Elon University - Phi Psi Cli Yearbook (Elon, NC)

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Of IS ELON COLLEGE ELON COLLEGE, NORTH CAROLINA A .. , i ' ' ■w ' ' !m 1 ; T E ' ff ' S i M r i i ?ij - " H lb ' . ' ' jtfi ■■fl ■ k- ' " !H K L jj ' ' ■». m I ally it This is Elon College . . . our campus, classrooms, and activities . . . our new dorms, the Senior Ook, " chow line, " those labs, that foreign language, last minute cramming, " bid night, " the Fighting Christians, Homecoming, " pep rallies, " the formals, snow fights. Student Union, May Day, those treasured sheepskins . . . which shall always remain a silhouette in our memories. ie ( nd - :ONTENTSJv lEDICATION FACULTY AND STAFF STUDENT BODY ORGANIZATIONS FRATERNITIES AND SORORITIES ATHLETICS FEATURES u c h spirit ii ChrisHans back fr One of Elon ' s monv pride " ■- ' « Students at work ond play with the typical Elon spirit. •J : . " O. t .m ' u I THE NINETEEN HUND DU FTY-SEVEN Published by the Students of ELON COLLEGE - Elon College, North Carolina SHIRLEY WOMACK JENNIE KECK Co-Editors CHUCK OAKLEY Business Monager resident ' s message THE CLASS OF 1957 When you entered Elon College four years ago, doubtless graduation seemed a long, long way off, but as you look back across the years and relive some of your experiences, time has a way of shortening itself. Today wth diploma in hand, you cast a wishful eye into the future. It may be additional schooling for advanced training, it may be business or profes- sional services or it may be the btiilding of a home and planning definitely for the future. Whatever your plans and hopes may be, Elon College is proud to have had you as students for your undergraduate work and to have had the privilege of making contributions to your lives which we trust may bear abundant fruitage for the good of society as the years come and go It has been a pleasure to work with you. You have been good students, cooperative and helpful in all campus affairs. You have helped to raise the standards of Elon College. Elon College is a better college because you hove been its campus and its classrooms. May knowledge, wisdom and truth be your possessions in hand and may the unfailing light of God guide you all the way through life. L E. Smith President i,.:cV w ' - :- Dr. Leon Edgar Smith Mrs. Leon Edgar Smith DEDICATION When loving service extends beyond all duty, when love of labor teams with Christ- ian purpose, when lives become dedicated to the improvement and growth of a noble ideal — then original words become inade- quate for praise. To justly describe the place our dedicatees have mode for them- selves in the life and progress of our college, we must grope for quotations from the pens of the great. Labor: " Two are better than one, be- cause they have good reward for their labor. " " The labor of the righteous tendeth to life. " Service: " Make them to be numbered with the saints in glory everlasting . . . whose service is perfect freedom. " " How well in thee appears the constant service of the antique world, when service sweat for duty, not for meed! " With love, respect and astonishment that we shall soon lose them, we, the class of 1957, dedicate this annual to Dr. Leon Edgar Smith, Sr., our president, and Mrs. Smith, our assistant president, for twenty- six years of service lovingly rendered beyond all duty. in grateful recognition and Selt DEANS To Each Student: You are embarking on a life full of adventure. You are facing a world which overflows with opportunities for advancement. You as college graduates may be prepared to meet the challenge of the future. You will be outstanding citizens of your nation, you will excel in your communities, and you will live a life of satisfaction to yourself and to your fellowmon. May your aspirations and accomplishments transcend the pinnacle of your dreams. " If we work upon marble, it will perish; if we work upon brass, time will efface it; if we rear temples, they will crumble into dust; but if we work upon immortal minds, if we imbue them with principles, with the just fear of God and love of our fellowmen, we engrave on those tablets something which will brighten to all eternity. " — Daniel Webster SYLVIA DEAN HARBERT Dean of Women To the Graduating Class: It has been nice knowing you and working with you. We shall miss you. We shall hope for your individual successes as you tackle your adult problems out yonder in LIFE. Let me offer a friendly challenge — a dare: I dare you to come bock to see us often; to let us hear from you; to back up YOUR COLLEGE at all times; to be the most loyal group of alumni and alumnae ever to go out from DEAR OLD ELON. J. C. COLLEY Dean of Men SyK Dean Harbert J. C. Colley . - f To the members of the class of 1957 The second stage of your foundation on which to build a life of useful service has been completed. The third stage is beginning; it will be completed in due time in either formal university classrooms or the university of experience. Your selection of the content for the next stage will have the potentialities of a long, useful, and contented life. It is all important that you constantly moke deliberate and wise choices. Isolate your problem; make accurate observations; correlate your data; and then render a conclusion. A. L. HOOK Dean of College Business Administration and Business Education «° . 1 3usiness Administration ond Professor of Business Administration WILLIAM T. REECE B.S. Assistant Professor of Business Administration FRANCES LONGEST A.B„ M.A. Commercial Educotion W. S. LOWTHER MORRIS MOSER B.S. Instructor of Busine AMELIA F. PHILLIPS AS. ssista t of Commercial Education Education and Psycholog ' JOHN L. WELLS B.S., M.S. Instructor of Busine; Business Admit JOSHUA C. COLLEY A.B., M.A., Ph.D., I Condidate) Chairman of Department of Education and Psychology; Dean of Men C. GILBERT LATHAM B.S., M.S. Associate Professor of Psychology Profe English and Dramatic Arts SYLVIA DEAN HARBERT B.S., M.A. Professor of Educotion; Deon of Women DEARL R. SEELINGER A.B., M.A. nstructor of Psychology ARNOLD C. STRAUCH B.S., M.A. Professor of Education JAMES HOWELL A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Chairman of Department English and Dramatic Ai Professor of English JOHN WILLIS BARNEY A.B. Professor of English dUCY M. BRASHEAR A.B., M.A. nstructor of English LUTHER N. BYRD JAMES M. HESS B.S., M.A., B.D., D.D. Professor of English CLYDE T. McCANTS A.B., A.M. Associate Professor of DARTHEA TUNNICLIFFE B.A., M.A. Professor of English Fine Arts OOHN FOSTER WEST A.B., M.A. Professor of English MELVIN E. WOOTON, JR. FLETCHER MOORE A.B., M.A. Choirmon of Department Fine Arts; Professor of Piano and Organ BLAKE W. GODFREY A.B., M.S.M. Instructor of Voice LILA C. NEWMAN A.B., Ph.B. Assistant Professor of Health and Physical Education BERNARD L. SHAAK B.S., M.A. Assistant Professor of Music JOHN D. SANFORD A.B., M.A., Ph.D., (Candidate) Chairman of Department of Physical Education; Associate Professor of Health and Physical Education; Baseball Coach JOSEPH BRYSON A.B. structor of Physical Edu tion; Assistant Football Cooch Home Economics Language JEANNE GRIFFIN GRAHAM L. MATHIS A.B. Assistant Protessor of Physical Education; Basketball Coach HARRY E. VARNEY A.B., M.A. Professor of Physical Education; Football Coach MARY G. BUTLER WILLIAM GOODRUM A.B., B.D., M.A. Assistant Professor of French and German HENRY S. HACKNEY A.B., M.A., Ph.D. (Candidate) Assistont Professor of Modern Languages BESSIE P. SLOAN A.B., M.A. Assistant Professor of Spanish and Natural Sciences WILLIAM MOSLEY BROWS A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Professor of Sociol Science Math ALONZO L. HOOK A.B., M.A., M.S. Chairman of Department of Mathematics; Professor of Physics; Dean of College N. F. BRANNOCK A.B., M.A., M.S., LiH.D. Professor of Chemistry HUGH CAZEL PAUL H. CHEEK B.S., Ph.D. Professor of Chemistry JANIE C. EVANS A.B. .tructor of Mathematii MILDRED HAFF A.B., M.A. Assistant Professor of Mathematics RICHARD HAFF FRED KEISLING A.B., M.A., Ph.D. A.B. Professor of Biology Instructor of Physii ALFRED KOGER MARGARET PERKINS A.B. Instructor of Mothematk PAUL REDDISH B.A., M.A. Professor of Biology lilosophy and Religion Social FERRIS E. REYNOLDS .8., B.D., S.T.M., Ph.D. ]irman of Depo lilosophy and R Professor of Rel and Greek Sciences JOHN S. GRAVES A.B., M.A. ssociote Professor i Religious Education and Bible Assistant Profe WILLIAM W. SLOAN A.B., B.D., Ph.D. Professor of Bible and Religious Education HORACE H. CUNNINGHAM A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Chairman of Department of Socio! Sciences; Professor of History TANTINAS AVIZONIS A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Professor of History JOSEPH Y. BLANKS A.B., M.A. instructor of History THOMAS D. HALL A.B., M.A. Assistant Professor of History and Spanish RAY SIZEMORE Instructor of Sociology DEWEY M. STOWERS, JR. A.B., M.A. Professor of Geography one History; Bond Director SAM WEBSTER HAZEL WALKER Field Secretary and Assistant Registrar and Director Director of Admissions Admissions ARABELLA GORE Catalogue Librarian LOUISE HAWKINS Special Cataloger JUNE DRIVER Secretary in the Admissions Office MARY JANE HAWKINS Secretary to the Business Manager ELIZABETH SHOFFNER Secretary to the Dean of the College FOUNDERS ' DAY North Carolina ' s Governor Hodges addressed alumni and friends of Elon College at the annual " Founders ' Day, " Monday, October 15, 1956, as Elon College launched a million-dollar fund- raising campaign. Along with his tribute to the founding fathers, the speaker also paid special and personal tribute to Dr. Leon E. Smith, Elon ' s president, who is winding up a full quarter cen- tury of successful service to the school. There was a special tribute to the Christian church, the college trustees and alumni and friends for the support that has made possible the expansion in recent years. Following the announcement of the new Elon fund drive, there were brief talks by a number of alumni and friends of the college, each of whom brought greetings and well wishes for the new campaign from special groups. 1 L X Amh Flocks of students . . . the breakfast line wound round and round . . . ten minutes to get from Virginia Holl to Alamance . . . lectures hanging on over the usual fifty minutes . . . tak- ing a break for some much-needed sleep . . . loafing around the Student Union . . . West par- lor and the after-dinner dates . . . residence halls filled with harmony at Christmas . . . countless walks through the colonnades. First row, left to right: Rebecco Hatch, Jean Loy, Dot Keck, Janet Crabtree, Carl Whitsell, Charles Franklin, Ronald Bergman. Second row: Martha Longley, Linda Simpson, James Biggerstaff, John McLouchlin, Carl Burke, James Compton, Margaret Honey- cutt,. Bill Watson. Third row: Bob Blonchord, John Biggerstaff, Louan Lambeth, Secretary; Jerry Moize, Parliamentarian; Bob Rickover, Doc Alston, Speaker. LEGISLATURE The Legislature, functioning as the legislative branch of student government, passes nearly all rules and regulations governing students at Elon College. Each legislator is elected by the students of his particular campus district. Officers are Vice-President of the Student Body, Speaker Pro-tem, Parlia- mentarian, Secretary, and Engrossing Glerk. OFFICERS OF THE STUDENT BODY LARRY BARNES DOC ALSTON PATRICIA CHRISMAN President Vice-President Sec reta ry-Treasu rer HONOR COUNCIL. Left to right: Benny Eones, Douglas Albert, Johnnie Apessos, Johnny Oakes, Margaret Patillo, Chairman. WOMEN ' S INTERDORMITORY COUNCIL. First row, left to right: Faye Weaver, Joyce Perry, Jockie Williamson. Second row: Shirley Womack, Marie Stone, Goye Branton, Lois Jean Grizzard, Ruth Douglas, Nancy Perry. MEN ' S INTERDORMITORY COUNCIL. First row, left to right: Wil- liam Hurdle, Earl Bradley. Second row: Guy Lambert, Johnnie Meadows, Chuck Oakley, Robert Bergman. STUDENT COUNCIL. Left to right: Bobby Or. Chairman; Evelyn Fritts, Ronold Bergman, Bobby John son, Jo Ann Atkins. HONOR COUNCIL The Honor Council, acting under the Student Council, tries coses involving Campus Code and Honor Code violations. This year the Council has strived toward making students properly conscious of their privileges and responsibilities as cit- izens of Elon College. Two seniors, two juniors, one sophomore, and one freshman are elected by the students to serve on this council. STUDENT COUNCIL The official voice of the student body of Elon College is the Student Council, which is composed of representatives of both men and women students with one mem- ber elected at large. This branch of the student government has final jurisdiction in all cases involving offenses against the student body and serves as a court of ap- pealo. INTERDORMITORY COUNCILS The Women ' s and Men ' s Interdormitory Councils ore composed of members who represent the resident men and women students. The councils ' main functions ore to improve living conditions in the dormi- tories, to enforce rules affecting the con- duct of dormitory students, and to speak for dormitory men and women in matters concerning the college. -(Sj tUo ANDREWS, Geneva W., Box 1293, Bur- lington, N. C, ENGLISH. ATKINSON, Delmer Dee, Mount Airy, N. C, PHYSICAL EDUCATION. " E " Men ' s Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1 , 2, 3; Tennis 4. AUSTIN, James Forrell, Box 46, Altoma- haw, N. C, BUSINESS ADMINISTRA- TION. Day Student ' s Organization 3, 4. BADGETT, James Ralph, Rt. 8, Sanford, N. C, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND HISTORY. Student Christian Asso- ciation 3; Veterans ' Club 4, Vice-Presi- dent 4. Transferred from Louisburg Col- lege. BARNES, Larry Everett, 401 MacArthur Ave., Portsmouth, Va., ENGLISH. Sigma Phi Beta; President of Student Body 4; Chairman of Honor Council 3; Student Council 2: Philosophy Club 4; Veterans ' Club 4; MAROON AND GOLD Editor 4, Reporter 3; Colonnades, Editor 3; Intra- murals 2, 3, 4; Chief Student Marshal 3; WHO ' S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVER- SITIES. BARRON, Navarre Thomas, Jr., 718 Clay Street, Franklin, Va., HISTORY. Kappa Psi Nu; Student Legislature 3; German Club 1; Science Club 1; Veterans ' Apart- ments, Manager 2, 3, 4. BATTS, Emma Wagoner, Box 763, Elon College, N. C, BIOLOGY. Tou Zeta Phi; Day Student ' s Organization 1, 2, 3; Class Secretary 1; Chemistry Club 2, 3, Secre- tary 3; Phi Psi CM 3; Commencement Marshal 2. BENNETT, Garland B., Ramseur, N. C, RELIGION. Ministerial Association 1, 2, 3. a 4 1= - 7 o u , BE NOLKEN, George H., Jr., 546 Circle Drive, Burlington, N. C, CHEMISTRY. BERGMAN, Robert Arthur, Jr., Rt 1, Uncasville, Conn., PHYSICAL EDUCA- TION. Sigma Mu Sigma, President 3, 4; Student Legislature 3; Men ' s Interdormi- tory, Vice-President 4; President of Caro- lina Hall 4; Band 1, 2, ' 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2; Track 3, 4; Intromurals; All-Campus Football 1, 3. BODENHEIMER, Robert Wayne, 2014 McKinney St., Burlington, N. C, BUSI- NESS ADMINISTRATION. BRADHAM, Charfes Whitney, 18 Ken- drich St., Sumter, S. C, HISTORY. Sigma Phi Beta; " E " Men ' s Club; Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, All-Conference 3, 4. BRAY, Gerald Winslow, 1222 N Rood St., Elizabeth City, N. C, HISTORY. BRIDGES, Eddie Carroll, 217 Randolph St., Morgonton, N. C, PHYSICAL EDU- CATION. BUCK, James Monroe, 201 Oak Grove Drive, Greenwoy Pork, Graham, N. C, HISTORY. Day Students ' Organization; Representative to N. C. Student Legisla- ture 4. Transferred from High Point Col- lege CAFASSO, Pat, 350 Atlantic Ave., Cedar- hurst, L. I., N. Y., PHYSICAL EDUCA- TION. German Club 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4. e7t CANNADY, Mory Jean, Box 558, Alamance, N. C, PRIMARY EDUCATION AND ENGLISH. Delta Upsilon Kappa; Day Student ' s Organization; Intra- mural Sports; Transferred from W.C.U.N.C. GARDEN, Patricia Ann, Mayfoir Apartments 1-2, Burlington, N. C, SOCIAL SCIENCES. CARTER, Richard Lee, 320 Park Ave., Leaksville, N. C, HISTORY. Day Students ' Organization 1, 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 2. CARVER, Fronces Knight, Box 624, Elon College, N. C, BUSINESS EDUCATION. Delta Upsilon Kappa; Beta Chi Epsilon; Women ' s Interdormitory Council, Vice-President 3; Student Christian Asso- ciation 1; Choir 1; W. A. A. 1,2, 3, 4, Council 2; Commencement Marshal 3; WHO ' S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNI- VERSITIES. CASHWELL, Clayton J., 1 123 Ferebee Ave., South Norfolk, Va., BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Kap- pa Psi Nu; Spanish Club 3, Veterans ' Club 4. CAYAVEC, William James, Jr., Box 173, Elon Col- lege, N. C, MATHEMATICS. CHRISMON, Leiand Melvin, Route 2, Elon Col- lege, N. C, HISTORY. Sigma Phi Beta; Day Stu- dents ' Organization 1, 2, 3, 4. COMER, William E., Jr., 102 W. Avondale St., Greensboro, N. C, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. CANNADY CASHWELL GARDEN CAYAVEC CARTER CHRISMON CARVER COMER c j2 nco CRABTREE, Janet Hudson, 2500 Indian Trail, Dur- ham, N. C, BUSINESS EDUCATION AND BUSI- NESS ADMINISTRATION. Delta Upsilon Kappa; Beta Chi Epsilon 1, 2; Student Legislature 4; Span- ish Club 2, 3, President 3; Women ' s Athletic Asso- ciation 1, 2, 3, 4, Council 3; Cheerleader 1, 2, 3; Homecoming Sponsor 2; May Day Attendant 4. CROCKETT, Jock L., 825 W. Union St., Wytheville, Va., BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Sigma Phi Beta; Spanish Club 2, Vice-President 2; MAROON AND GOLD, Reporter 4; Football 1. CRUMP, James Herbert, Aberdeen, N. C, MATH- EMATICS. Iota Tau Kappa; " E " Men ' s Club 3, 4; Spanish Club; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4; May Day Escort 3; Senior Class Vice-President. CRABTREE CURRY CROCKETT DANIEL CRUTCHFIELD, William E., 1302 Richardson Dr., Reidsville, N. C, ENGLISH. CURRY, Richard Arley, 300 Highland Drive, Leoks- ville, N. C, MATHEMATICS AND PHYSICS. DANIEL, Jai LISH. H., Jr., Rt. 1, Oxford, N. C, ENG- DAVIDSON, Edwin James, 1087 Brackenridge Ave., Brackenridge, Penn., BUSINESS ADMINIS- TRATION. " E " Men ' s Club 2, 3, 4; MAROON AND GOLD, Reporter 4; Football 2, 3, 4, Co- Captain 4; Junior Class President. DAVIS, William Lacy, Jr., Gresham, S. C , HIS- TORY AND DRAMATIC ARTS. Alpha Psi Omega 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4; Elon Players 3, 4; Span- ish Club 1, 2, Transferred from Campbell College. CRUMP DAVIDSON CRUTCHFIELD DAVIS r f ' Sk % DOFFLEMYER, Clark Dewey, Rt 2, Box 103, Elkton, Va., BUSINESS ADMINI- STRATION. Iota Tau Kappa, President 4; Pan Hellenic Council 3; Men ' s Inter- dormitory Council 3; Intramural Basket- ball 1, 2, 3. DORRIS, Henry Nathaniel, 434 Hyde Street, Burlington, N. C, PHYSICS AND MATHEMATICS. Veterans ' Club 4. DOUGLAS, Ruth Brantley, Box 56, Spring Hope, N. C, HISTORY. Tau Zeta Phi, Vice-President 4; Women ' s Interdormi- tory Council 4; Phi Psi CM, Feature Edi- tor 4. Transferred from University of North Carolina. DRUMMOND, William Edgar, 51 1 Ward Street, Graham, N. C, ENGLISH. Day Students ' Organization 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 3; Elon Players 4; German Club 4; MAROON AND GOLD 3, 4; Choir 3; Band 4. Transferred from University of North Carolina. DUCKETT, Roy James, Rt. 6, Gainesville, Ga., CHEMISTRY AND MATHEMATICS. Honor Council, Summer 3; Chemistry Club 1, 2, 3, 4. DUNCAN, Gene Arnold, Rt. 3, Siler City, N. C, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Kappa Psi Nu; French Club; Veterans ' Club 4. ENGLEBRIGHT, Marjorie Lerada, Box 462, Gibsonville, N. C, BUSINESS EDU- CATION. Beta Chi Epsilon 3, Assistant Treasurer 3; Pi Kappa Tau 2, 3, 4, Presi- dent 4; Day Students ' Organization 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 1, 2; Women ' s Athletic Association 2. FLYNN, Betty Marlene, Rt. 4, Reidsville, N. C, RELIGIOUS EDUCATION. Wom- en ' s Athletic Association 4; Student Christian Association 4. Transferred from Campbell College. FOWLER, Cloudy A., 209 Maryland Ave., Burlington, N. C, BUSINESS ADMINI- STRATION. FRETWELL, Sam M., Rt. 3, Reidsville, N. C, CHEMISTRY. Chemistry Club 3, 4. FRITTS, Evelyn Jeanette, Rt. 3, Lexing- ton, N. C, PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND HEALTH. Delta Upsilon Kappa; Student Council, Secretary 4; Junior Class Secretary; Women ' s Athletic As- sociation 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Cheer- leader 1, 2, 3; Commencement Marshal 3; WHO ' S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNI- VERSITIES; Homecoming Sponsor 2, 3; Homecoming Queen 4; May Court 3, Maid of Honor 4. GARRETT, Robert Glenn, Rt. 3, Burling- ton, N. C, RELIGION. Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, Secretary 3. GARRISON, Roscoe L., Jr., 100 Chestnut St., Morganton, N. C, BUSINESS AD- MINISTRATION. Sigma Phi Beta; Intro- murals 3, 4. GRANT, Eorl C, 107 Forrest Drive, Bur- lington, N. C, BUSINESS ADMINISTRA- TION. WHO ' S WHO AMONG STU- DENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. GRIFFIN, William Osborn, 411 Burling- ton Rood, Gibsonville, N. C, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. HALL, Dean, Rt. 3, Burlington, N. C, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Day Stu- dents ' Organization 1, 2, 3, 4. OJ ' ioO HALL, George L., Jr., Box 83, Leaksvilie, N. C, HISTORY. HARDING, Walter B., 1429 21st St., N. E. Winston Salem, N. C, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Kappa Psi Nu. HARE, MelYJn G., Aberdeen, N. C, MATHEMAT- ICS. HARRELL, Clorence Eugene, Rt. 1, Box 597, Suf- folk, Va., MATHEMATICS AND PHYSICS. Kappa Psi Nu; Choir 1, 2, 3. HARRIS, Earl D., 1731 N. Church St., Burlington, N. C, PHYSICS. HALL HARRIS HARDING HARRIS HARRIS, Thomas F., 1740 Virginia Rd., Winston- Salem, N. C, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. HASSELL, Alfred Snell, 2626 Pickett Rd., Durham, N. C, BUSINESS EDUCATION AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Kappa Psi Nu, Treasurer 4; Choir 2, 3, 4, Business Manager 3, President 4; WHO ' S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES; Commencement Marshal, Summer 3. Transferred from Duke Uni- versity. HASSELL, Jeannette Isaacs, Chapel Hill Road, Dur- ham, N. C, MUSIC. Tau Zeta .Phi; Choir 3, 4; WHO ' S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. Transferred from W.C.U.N.C. HARE HASSELL T5 1 lfelie. 4 ' c ' HAWTHORNE, Thomos W., Box 56, Haw River, N. C, ENGLISH. HOLT, Jerry Cecil, Rt. 1 , Graham, N. C, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Iota Tau Kappa; Day Stu- dents ' Organization; Baseball 3, 4. Transferred from East (Carolina College. HOYLE, Paul, 308 Trail 8, Grove Park, Burlington, N. C, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. HUGHES, Jesse James, Jr., Rt 1, Graham, N C , BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. JACKSON, L. Frank, Jr., 108 Young St., Hender- son, N. C, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. JOHNSON, Charles C, Jr., Chuckatuck, Vo., CHEMISTRY. Sigma Phi Beta; Chemistry Club 4; French Club 4; Tennis 3, 4, Coach 4. JOHNSON, Donald Billy, 901 West Broad St, Dunn, N. C, ENGLISH. Kappa Psi Nu; French Club 1; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Class President; Sen- ior Class President. JOHNSTON, Leslie C, Holland, Va., BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Kappa Psi Nu; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Elon Players. HAWTHORNE JACKSON HOLT JOHNSON HOYLE JOHNSON HUGHES JOHNSTON i V At% Mki A ' M JOHNSON, R. Neil, 1108 South Main Street, Burlington, N. C, BUSINESS AD- MINISTRATION. Sigma Mu Sigma, Vice- President 3; Day Students ' Organization 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 1, 2; Veterans ' Club 3; MAROON AND GOLD, Art Edi- tor 1, 2, 3. JONES, Charles Bernard, Rt. 1, Burling- ton, N. C, MUSIC, JOYCE, Bill F., Rt. 1, Mayodan, N. C, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Vete- rans ' Club 4. KECK, Jennie Lynn, 2012 South Church St., Burlington, N. C, SOCIAL SCIENCE. Senior Class Secretary; Spanish Club 2; Day Students ' Organization 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Phi Psi Cli, Co-Editor 4; Women ' s Athletic Association 2; Home- coming Sponsor 3, 4; Elon Players. Transferred rom W.C.U.N.C. KENNEDY, John J., 5814 Mosholu Ave., New York 71, N. Y., PHILOSOPHY. Alpha Psi Omega 2, 3; French Club 1, 2; Spanish Club 1, 2; Elon Players 1, 2, 3; Philosophy Club 4. KING, Thomas Coates, Jr., 2713 Garner Road, Raleigh, N. C, BUSINESS ADMIN- ISTRATION. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Intra- murals 1, 2, 3, 4. KITTENGER, Patricia Jean, 710 Pied- mont Way, Burlington, N. C, CHEMIS- TRY AND MATHEMATICS. Pi Kappa Tau, Vice-President 4; Day Students ' Or- ganization; Chemistry Club. KIVETT, Henry London, 71 3 N Main St., Burlington, N. C, BUSINESS ADMINI- STRATION. French Club 1, 2. AimM ' k KOPKO, Robert James, 117 Eighth St, Monessen, Penn., BUSINESS ADMINI- STRATION AND HISTORY. Sigma Phi Beta; North Dormitory Vice-President 3, President 4; Men ' s Interdormitory Coun- cil 3, 4; Spanish Club 1; " E " Men ' s Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3; Football 1, 2, 3, 4. LEE, Suk-Goo, 173 Songgok-Ri Hanson, Choong Norn, Korea, BUSINESS AD- MINISTRATION. LOY, Paula Stewart, 1901 Old Alamance Rood, Burlington, N. C, ENGLISH. Pi Kappa Tou; Spanish Club 1, 2. MocEWEN, Gertrud, Box 36, Elon Col- lege, N. C, FRENCH. MALE, Alfred B., Jr., Box 51 1, Elon Col- lege, N. C, BUSINESS ADMINISTRA- TION. McDANIEL, Donald Otis, 108 Scott Ave , Fayetteville, N. C, MUSIC. Sigma Mu Sigma; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Band. MARIANI, Vincent Joseph, 824 Mon- trose St., Vineland, N. J., BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. German Club 4; In- tramural Sports 1,2, 3, 4. MARTIN, Allen J., Jr., Box 543, Elon Col- lege, N. C, HISTORY. c j2 nco MARTIN, H. Virgil, Jr., 404 Willow Brook Dr., Burlington, N. C, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Transferred from U. N. C. MEREDITH, Edward A., Box 285, Graham, N. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. MARTIN, Wayne W., 316 W, Union St., Morgan- ton, N. C, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Sigma Phi Bete; Interdormitory Council 1; " E " Mens ' Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 1; German Club 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. MAYNARD, Charles, Box 583, Elon College, N. C, PHYSICAL EDUCATION. " E " Mens ' Club; Var- sity Football 1, 2, 3, 4. McKEE, Frederick J., Box 363, Elon College, N. C, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. MEDLIN, Curtis Wilton, Route 8, Sonford, N. C. RELIGION. MINNIS, Bobby L., 308 Climax St., Graham, N. C, ENGLISH. MOIZE, Jerry Dee, 507 Whitsett Avenue, Gibson- ville, N. C. HISTORY. Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4; Presi- dent 4; Vice-President of the Student Body, 3; Student Legislature, President 3, Parliamentarian 4, Committee on Administration Faculty Rela- tions, 3, 4; Chairman, Board of Elections, 4; Day Students ' Association, 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 2, 4; President 4; Philosophy Club 4; Commencement Marshal 3; North Carolina Student Legislative As- sembly; WHO ' S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 3, 4. MARTIN MEDLIN MARTIN MEREDITH MAYNARD MINNIS McKEE MOIZE n i MORGAN, Wilma, Route 1, Burlington, N. C, HOME ECONOMICS. Day Students ' Organization 3, 4; Home Economics Club 3, 4, Vice-President, 3; President 4; Transferred from Montreat College. MORITA, Shigemi, 9-5 Ryomachi Nishimokyo Nakagyo, Kyoto City, Japan, HISTORY. Student Christian Association. MURRAY, Ernest L., 325 Garden Street, Burling- ton, N. C, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. NEWBY, Henry A., Jr., 221 Boone Rd., Leaksville, N. C, SOCIAL SCIENCES. Day Students ' Associa- tion 1, 2, 3, 4; Veterans ' Club, 4; Transferred from Campbell Junior College. NEWMAN, Thomas, Box 682, Burlington, N. C, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. PARRISH, Wilma Brown, Route 7, Burlington, N. C, ENGLISH. Pi Kappa Tau, President 4; Alpha Psi Omega; Elon Players 3, 4; Spanish Club 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Student Marshal, Summer 4; Day Students ' Organization 1, 2, 3, 4. MORITA PARRISH PATILLO, Margaret Jean, 410 Guthrie Street, Bur- lington, N. C, PUBLIC SCHOOL MUSIC. Tau Zeta Phi; Vice-President of Sophomore Class; Secretary- Treasurer of Student Body 3, Chairman of Honor Council 4; Day Students ' Organization 1 , 2, 3, 4; Home Economics Club 2; Choir 2, 3, 4; Homecom- ing Maid of Honor 4, Homecoming Sponsor 2, 3; May Court Attendant 3, May Queen 4; Commence- ment Marshal 3; WHO ' S WHO AMONG STU- DENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COL- LEGES. PERRY, Sophronia Joyce, Route 3, Siler City, N. C, PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND HEALTH. Delta Upsilon Kappa; Honor Council 3, Secretary 3; Women ' s Interdormitory Council, President 4; Women ' s Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Sports Chairman 1, 3, 4; Women ' s Athletic Association Council, 2, 4; Intramurals 1 , 2, 3, 4; Cheerleading 1, 2, 3, 4, Chief 4; Commencement Marshal 3; Monroe Award Winner 3; WHO ' S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. MURRY PATILLO dfl4 PETERS, Mac Ray, 812 East Main St., Aberdeen, N. C, BUSINESS ADMINIS- TRATION. PETREE, Mildred B., 1813 3rd. St., Gra- bur Hgt., Burlington, N. C, ENGLISH. PITTMAN, Sylvia Cribb, Box 191, Saxa- pchow, N. C, RELIGION. Day Students ' Organization. Transferred from Furman University. PRESNELL, Shirley Ann, Rt. 1, Box 292, Asheboro, N. C, ENGLISH. Tau Zeta Phi., Vice - President 3, Pan - Hellenic Council 3; Colonnades 3; Choir 1, 2; Women ' s Athletic Association, Council Member 3. PRICE, Nathan L., Box 477, Swepson- ville, N. C, BUSINESS ADMINISTRA- TION. PRIOR, Alfred Frederick, Jr., 317 Second St., Laurel, Md., MATHEMATICS AND MUSIC. Student Legislature 2; Veterans ' Club 4; French Club 1; Colonnades 3; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 3, 4. PUGH, Richard K., Box 50, Rt. 3, Ashe- boro, N. C, BUSINESS ADMINISTRA- TION. Kappa Psi Nu. RAY, Brantley Marvin, Rt. 3, Hillsboro, N. C, HISTORY. Day Students ' Organi- zation 1; Veterans ' Club 4, Chaplain 4. REAVIS, Jack William, 1005 N. Main St., Burlington, N. C, BUSINESS AD- MINISTRATION. RENIGAR, James Richard, 213 Virginia Ave., Asheboro, N. C, BUSINESS AD- MINISTRATION. Day Students ' Organi- zation 3, 4. RICHARDS, Clinton Kerry, 1317 E Ma- hanoy Ave., Mahanoy City, Pa., HIS- TORY. Student Legislature 2; German Club; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; All Conference 2; All State Honor- able Mention 2; Most Valuable N. A. 1. A. 2. RIDDLE, Norman William, Jr., 1308 Sunset Drive, Burlington, N. C, ENG- LISH. Sigma Phi Beta; Alpa Psi Omega; Student Legislature 2, 3, 4, Parliamen- tarian 3; Day Students ' Organization 1, 2, 3, 4; Colonnades 3; MAROON AND GOLD 3, 4; Phi Psi Cli, Staff Photo- grapher 4; Elon Players 3, 4, Stage Man- ager 3, 4; Athletic Photographer 2, 3, 4; Tennis 4. Transferred from University of North Carolina. RILEY, Harold Allen, Rt 1, Efland, N C, MATHEMATICS. Day Students ' Or- ganization. ROUTH, Charles Richard, 806 Rankin St., Greensboro, N. C, HISTORY. Pi Gamma Mu. RUSH, Charles A., Jr., 403 W. Gilbreath St., Graham, N. C, MATHEMATICS AND PHYSICS. RUSH, Roger G., 605 Kivette St., Burl- ington, N. C, ENGLISH. c jz rUo RYALS, Joseph Franklin, Rt. 3, Box 27, Dunn. N. C, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Sigma Mu Sigma; French Club; Spanish Club; MAROON AND GOLD Reporter; Intramurals; WHO ' S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES; Manager of Bookstore. SAPP, David H., Rt. 1, Kernersville, N. C, BUSI- NESS ADMINISTRATION. Kappa Psi Nu. SCOTT, Bynum Ray, Seagrove, N. C, MATHE- MATICS. SEAMAN, Laura Ann, 409 Sunrise Ave., Hender- son, N. C, PUBLIC SCHOOL MUSIC. Beta Omi- cron Beta, Secretary 2, Vice-President 4; Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4; German Club; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4. SHARPE, Margaret Graham, Rt 2, Box 137, Bear Creek, N. C, FRENCH AND DRAMATICS. Alpha RYALS SHARPE SAPP SIMPSON Psi Omega 2, 3, 4, President 4, Vice-President 3; French Club 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 3; Student Christian Association 1; Choir 1, 2, 3; Elon Players 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Intramurals 1; Best Actress Award 3. SIMPSON, Richard bowers, Rt. 1, Elon College, N. C, CHEMISTRY. Day Students ' Organization 1, 2, 3, 4; Chemistry Club 3, 4, President 4; Band 1; Commencement Marshal 3. SLAUGHTER, Jerry Lee, Fieldale, Va., PHYSICAL EDUCATION, iota Tau Kappa, Secretary 3, 4, Sports Manager 2, 3, 4; Honor Council 4; German Club 3, 4; Intramural Council 3, 4; Men ' s Inter- dormitory Council 2. Transferred from Randolph- Macon College. SMITH, Joseph H., Box 782, Elon College, N. C, PHYSICAL EDUCATION. SCOTT SLAUGHTER r ifii j2 nco SMFTH, Lorry O ' Brion, Box 7, Liberty, N. C, BUSI- NESS ADMINISTRATION. Pi Gamma Mu. SMITH, Robert Yonk, Jr, 1005 Ingle St., Burling- ton, N. C, CHEMISTRY. Chemistry Club. SMITH, Sylvio Lee, Rt. 1, Henderson, N. C, RE- LIGIOUS EDUCATION. Tau Zeta Phi; Student Legislature 3; Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Chairman of Religious Life Commission 3, President 4; Phi Psi Cli 3; Choir 1, 2, 3; Commence- ment Marshal 3; Sophomore Class Secretary; Beta Chi Epsilon 1. SOMERS, William Robert, Box 281, Elon College, N. C, SOCIAL SCIENCE. Student Legislature 3, 4; Day Students ' Organization 3, 4; Veterans ' Club 4; MAROON AND GOLD 3, 4. Transferred from Guil- ford College. SPARKS, Jimmy Louis, Box 142, Cliffside, N. C, CHEMISTRY AND BIOLOGY. Kappa Psi Nu; French Club 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Chemistry 3, 4; Phi Psi Cli 4. SPARKS, Lloyd Griffin, 81 39th St., N. W., Hick- ory, N. C, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Alpha Pi Delta; Student Legislature 4; French Club. STANFIELD, Williom T„ 103 W. Third Ave., Lex- ington, N. C, HISTORY. Pi Gamma Mu 3; Student Legislature 2, 3; Day Students ' Organization 1, 2, 3; intramural Tennis 2, 3. STEELMAN, Joseph D., 506 Central Ave., Burling- ton, N. C, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. SMITH SPARKS SMITH SPARKS SMITH STANFIELD SOMERS STEELMAN theithA.MA . STEWART, George O., 1407 Jackson St., So. Norfolk, Va., MATHEMATICS. STONE, William Earl, Rt. 2, Madison, N. C, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Alpha Pi Delta; Legislature 3; Junior Class Vice-President; Spanish Club 1, 2; " E " Men ' s Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 3; Intramural Softball 1, 2, 3, 4. SUTTON, Lorine T., Rt. 3, Burlington, N. C, ENGLISH. TAYLOR, James K., 401 Grandin Rd., Charlotte, N. C, BUSINESS ADMINI- STRATION. Kappa Psi Nu. TEAGUE, Edgar N., Jr., Box 606, Elon College, N. C, BUSINESS ADMINI- STRATION. Alpha Pi Delta; Veterans ' Club. Transferred from Gardner Webb College. VARNEY, Glenn Raymond, Powell, Penn., HISTORY. Sigma Phi Beta; Fresh- man Class Treasurer; " E " Men ' s Club 1, 2, 3, 4; German Club 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4; All Conference 2, 3, 4. VESTAL, Girleta McPherson, 509 East Main Street, Sanford, N. C, ENGLISH. Women ' s Interdormitory Council 2, Sec- retory 2; Student Christian Association 1, 2; Day Students ' Organization 3, 4; Choir 1, 2. VITALE, Vincent, Jr., 522 Central Ave., Burlington, N. C, CHEMISTRY. Chem- istry Club 3, 4, Vice-President 4. I { A.»4 O ' ' UyO WALTERS, Henry H., 1307 N. Sixth St., Columbus, Miss., BUSINESS ADMINI- STRATION. WALTERS, Patsy Ann, Fuquay Springs, N. C, ENGLISH. French Club 4; Wom- en ' s Athletic Association. Transferred from East Carolina College. WARD, Gordon Carter, Box 752, Elon College, N. C, BUSINESS ADMINISTRA- TION. WATSON, Betsy Carrell, 1618 Sharpe St., Burlington, N. C, BUSINESS EDU- CATION. Pi Kappa Tau; Beta Chi Epsi- lon; Pan Hellenic Council 4; Day Stu- dents ' Organization 1; Spanish Club 1; Elon Players 3; Women ' s Athletic Asso- ciation 2, 3, 4; Homecoming Sponsor 4. WATSON, William Everette, 307 Mclver St., Sanford, N. C, DRAMATIC ART AND ENGLISH. Alpha Psi Omega 3, 4; Honor Council, Summer School; Student Legislature 4; Elon Players 3, 4, Presi- dent 4; Best Actor Award 3; WHO ' S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERI- CAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. Transferred from Campbell College. WILBORN, Archie Odell, 307 Austin St., Mebane, N. C, PHYSICAL EDUCA- TION. WITTSCHEN, Cudworth Alwyn, 184 Queen Street, Charleston, S. C, ENG- LISH AND MUSIC. Day Students ' Or- ganization; Veterans ' Club; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4. WOMACK, Shirley Nan, Box 316, Olivia, N. C, BUSINESS EDUCATION. Tau Zeta Phi, Secretary 2, Vice-President 3, President 4; Interdormitory Council 4; Spanish Club 1, 2; Beta Chi Epsilon; MAROON AND GOLD, Reporter 4; Phi Psi CM 2, 3, 4; Co-Editor 4; Choir 1, 2, 3. OFFICERS JAMES BIGGERSTAFF President LOUIS WILKINS Vice-President PATRICIA COGHILL Secretary CARL BURKE Treasurer First row, left to right: ALSTON, June G., 734 Crescent Dr., Reidsville, N. C; AMICK, Aubrey V., 1321 W. Davis St., Burlington, N. C; APESSOS, John, 12 Schoonmoker, Monessen, Pa.; APPLE, Ed Rufus, Box 1427, B urlington, N. C; ATKINSON, Mono Scott, Box 838, Elon College, N. C; BENNET, James Robert, 202 Macy St., Greensboro, N. C. Second row: BENNETT, Jorris, 820 Spring Garden St., Greensboro, N. C; BEVAN, Helen K., 112 Summit Ave., Burlington, N. C; BEW, Robert A., Box 371, Elon College, N. C; BIGGERSTAFF, James N., 109 Glenwood Ave., Burlington, N. C; BIGGERSTAFF, John D., 109 Glenwood Ave., Burlington, N. C; BIVINS, Charles F., 1707 Brown Ave., Burlington, N. C. Third row: BLALOCK, Benito F., 821 Grace Ave., Burlington, N. C; BLANCHARD, Robert L., 407 Mimosa Dr., Greensboro, N. C; BOWMAN, Bill B., 814 W. Harden St., Graham, N. C; BRADHAM, Richard P., 18 Kendrich St., Sumter, S. C; BRADLEY, Earl F., 601 East Covington, Laurinburg, N. C; BRANTON, Goynelle, Rt 5, Shelby, N C. Fourth row: BREWER, Robert L., Rt. 1, Bennett, N. C; BURKE, Carl W., 1522 W. Davis St., Burl- ington, N. C; BUSICK, Beaman R., Box 173, Elon College, N. C; CAPPS, Clingman C, Elon College, N. C; CAREY, Stanley O., Rt. 5, Burlington, N. C.- CAREY, Lonnie, 2116 Wilkins St., Burlington, N. C. First row, left to right: CASS, Stewart T., 1612 N. College Park Dr., Greensboro, N. C; CHILTON, Curtis S., Rt. 6, Reidsville, N. C; CHRISMON, Potricia E., Rt. 6, Reidsville, N. C; COGHILL, Jean, Rt. 4, Henderson, N. C; COGHILL, Patricia Lee, Rt. 4, Henderson, N. C; COMPTON, James S., Box 234, Cedar Grove, N. C. Second row: CREECH, Jerry K., 324 McLean St., Portsmouth, Vo.; CUBBAGE, Ladson G., 125 Church St., Sumter, S. C; CURTIS, Charles M., Box 25, Climax, N. C; DEMATTEO, Anthony J., 162 E. Savory St., Pottsville, Penn.; DESARRO, Donald, 88 E. Maiden St., Washington, Penn.; DIXON, Max T., 1012 Lindsey, Reidsville, N. C. Third row: DOSS, Neole, 651 S. Main St., Graham, N. C; DRIVER, James D., 1502 Tarleton Ave., Burlington, N. C; DRUM, Robert H., 1007 Forest St., Reidsville, N. C; ELLEN, Harold T., Box 303, An- gler, N. C; FAGGART, Richard L., Box 424, Burlington, N. C; FARGIS, James M., 315 S. Washington Ave., Reidsville, N. C. Fourth row: FARMER, Gary D., 921 Bainbridge Blvd., So. Norfolk, Va.; FOGLEMAN, Lawrence E., Box 11, Elon College, N. C; FOSTER, Charles L., 412 Maple Ave., Burlington, N. C; FRETWELL, Curtis S., Box 24, Elon College, N. C; FRYE, Katrine, Liberty, N. C; FRYE, Onita, Liberty, N. C. First row, left to right: GADDIS, Doris E., 533 Holly St., Asheboro, N. C; GARRETT, Betty F., Rt. 3, Burlington, N. C; GIBSON, Howard B., 807 Trail One, Burlington, N. C; GILBERT, Ralph B., 1211 Man- ning St., Leaksville, N. C; GOFORTH, Nancy S., 908 Highland Ave., Hendersonville, N. C; GOODWYN, Retta W., 1015 Rose Hill Ave., Durham, N. C. Second row: GRIFFIN, Donald T., 400 Sykes Ave., Greensboro, N. C; GRIZZARD, Lois Jean, Box 204, Courtland, Va.; GUITE, Richard C, 118 Russwin Rd., New Britain, Conn.; HALL, Lacy G., 206 W. Front St., Burlington, N. C; HARDY, Clinton R., 1010 Cypress Dr., Wilmington, N. C; HARGROVE, Marion D., Rt. 1, Snow Camp, N. C. Third row: HARRIS, Harold E., 1425 Vaughn Road, Burlington, N. C; HAYES, Harold G., 1209 Welch St., Burlington, N. C; HAYES, Harold L., 1339 Cloverdale St., Burlington, N. C; HEATH, Paul R., 19 Wooddale Dr., Elon College, N. C; HEDGEPETH, Betty J., 1004S. Main, Graham, N. C; HENDERSON, Jack L., 705 Second St., Towanda, Penn. Fourth row: HENDRICKS, Robert O., Rt. 3, Danville, Penn.; HOLT, Charles R., Box 63, Elon College, N. C; JOHNSON, Gaye Lee, Box 59, Elon College, N. C; JOHNSON, Sylvio E., Rt. 3, Mebone, N. C; JONES, Ann Wilson, Vets Apartments, Elon College, N. C; JONES, James E., 412 W. Market St., Reidsville, N. C. Hi mA ttti First row, left to right: JORDAN, Robert C, 908 Plaid St., Burlington, N, C; JOYCE, Gary D., Fiel- dale, Vq.; JOYNER, 0. Vernon, Walters, Va.; KECK, Dorothy E., 2012 S. Church St., Burlington, N. C; KING, Jerry W., Rt. 7, Burlington, N. C; KING, Morvin L., Box 251, Elon College, N. C. Second row; KINNEY, Thomas E., 239 S. Marshall St., Grahar , N. C; KINSLEY, Ronald B., Rt. 2, Towonda, Penn.; LAIR, Carl A., Box 252, Elon College, N. C; LEITCH, Henry T., 230th St., Cambria Heights 11, N. Y.; LEMMONS, Jimmy B., 1026 Maple St., Greensboro, N. C; LEWIS, Thomas B., Rt. 2, Chadbourn, N. C. Third row: LITTLE, Kenneth W., 713 Kivett St., Burlington, N. C; LONG, Harold O., 1003 W. South St., Raleigh, N. C; LOVE, Jacqueline, 411 Fountain Place, Burlington, N. C; LOY, Jerry A., 715 S. Main St., Graham, N. C; LOY, Robert S., 420 Glenwood Ave., Burlington, N. C; LYON, Jimmy T., 740 Pork Ave., Greensboro, N. C. Fourth row: MANGRUM, Carlton W., 117 Forest Rd., Burlington, N. C; MARGIOTTA, Frank P., 145 W. Belvedere Rd., Norfolk, Va.; MARION, Marie Chilton, 602 Sideview St., Graham, N. C; McCARTHY, Richard J., 6325 Ave. T., Brooklyn 34, N. Y.; McMILLAN, Marvin R., Rt. 2, Bear Creek, N. C; MEADOWS, Johnny W., 304 New Bridge St., Jacksonville, N. C. First row, left to right: MEREDITH, Helen N., Box 285, Bellemont Rd., Graham, N. C; MILES, Ray- mond M., 1008 Washington St., Burlington, N. C; MOONEYHAM, Robert L., 1340 Kilby St., Burlington, N, C; MOORE, Dwight W., Box 462, Elon College, N. C; MOORE, Lorene Ann, Box 462, Elon College, N. C; MORRISON, Carole Ann, 819 Rainey St., Burlington, N. C. Second row: MOTSINGER, Hillery M., Rt. 1, Kernersville, N. C; NEWCOMB, Lynn, 3524 Moody Ave., Richmond 25, Va.; NUNNERY, Lacy W., 233 Deep Creek Rd., Fayetteville, N. C; OAKES, Johnny J., 1515 Summit Ave., Greensboro, N. C; OAKLEY, Chuck K., Somerset Mills, Roxboro, N. C; ORR, Robert E., 704 N. Church St., Burlington, N. C. Third row: PAGE, Alfred I., 309 Watson Dr., Burlington, N. C; PAGE, Kenneth K., Box 656, Gra- ham, N. C; PARKERSON, Elwood M., Box 792, Elon College, N. C; PATTERSON, William C, 1007 Kil- by St., Burlington, N. C; PATTISHALL, Frank D., 1606 Wood Ave., Burlington, N. C; PAYNE, Sara J., 470 Biltmore Ave., Asheville, N. C. Fourth row: PETERSON, Christopher B., Brawer 508, Norwich, Conn.; PHELPS, Robert C, Rt. 3, Lex- ington, N. C; RAMSEY, Russell D., 405 Gilmer Cr., Reidsville, N. C; RATLIFF, Melville, 104 Wilson St., Graham, N. C; REID, Nelson K., 536 S. Lexington Ave., Burlington, N. C; RICE, Bobby E., 2121 2 High- land Ave., Burlington, N. C. O f f ' A t cl MdtM il»«, f J n p p First row, left to right: RICKOVER, Robert J., 2055 Cruger Ave., New York, Bronx, N. Y.; ROBBINS, Joseph E., 310 N. Spring St., Greensboro, N. C; RUGGERI, Robert J., 167 Westfield Ave., Clark, N. J.; SEAWELL, OIlie E., Box 732, Elon College, N. C; SHARPE, Emma Ruth, 1610 Wood Ave., Burlington, N. C; SHARPE, Ronald D., 122 Union Ave., Burlington, N. C. Second row: SHARPE, Roy H., 1801 Brown Ave., Grove Pork, Burlington, N. C; SHELLEY, William H., 4003 Peterson Ave., Greensboro, N. C; SHEPPERSON, Thomas E., 19 Park Ave., Danville, Penn.; SHERARD, Mary B., Box 124, Elon College, N. C; SHORT, Hilda K., 332 S. 2nd Ave., Siler City, N. C; SHROPSHIRE, Jerry T., 317 S. Fieldcrest, Draper, N. C. Third row: SIMONE, Joseph, Box 381, Elon College, N. C; SLAUGHTER, William A., Rt. 6, Burling- ton, N. C; SOMERS, Ronald 0., 302-C Vets Apartments, Elon College, N. C; SORRELL, Shirley Ann, 906 W. Markham Ave., Durham, N. C; SPINKS, Barbara A., 1505 W. Front St., Burlington, N. C; STAUFF- ENBERG, Robert J., 23 Lower St., Morea, Penn. Fourth row: STUMP, Froncis S., 78 Montour Row, Danville, Penn.; SUMNER, Phillip W., 805 Everett St., Burlington, N. C; TALLEY, Bobby E., 812 Oak St., Reidsville, N. C; THOMAS, Mary Ann, 23-A Brook- wood Apts., Burlington, N. C; TONEY, Rosaline E., 403 Somers Ave., Burlington, N. C; TURNER, Bill Lee, 3108 Branchwood Dr., Greensboro, sl. C. First row, left to right: TURPIN, Jerry W., Rt. 3, Reidsville, N. C; TYSON, Ruth Craft, Rt. 1, Elon Col- lege, N. C; UPDYKE, Wordon, 25 Woodward Ave., Angola, N. Y.; WALKER, Williom Victor, H-l-A Univ. Apts., Durham, N. C. Second row: WALL, Woodrow Anderson, Rt. 2, Reidsville, N. C; WAY, Jean, Liberty, N. C; WEAV- ER, Foye, 1306 Virginia Ave., Durham, N. C; WELSH, Janet F., Box 548, Elon College, N. C. Third row; WHITE, Betty Lou, Rt. 6, Burlington, N. C; WILKINS, Louis Bailey, Lenning, Va.; WIL- LIAMSON, Chorlotte, 739 Shamrock Rd., Asheboro, N. C; WILLIAMSON, Elmer L., Rt 1 Haw River N. C. ' ' Fourth row: WILLIAMSON, Jackie, Townsville, N. C; WILLS, Victor Leigh, 317 Highland Ave., Suf- folk, Va.; WINSTEAD, Yvonne, Rt. 1, Roxboro, N. C; WRIGHT, Lonnie Marie, Rt. 1, Graham, N. C. Ms ' ( Aa " W 0 ( 7GAc riO ' i£ S - OFFICERS GILBERT WATTS President WILLIAM JOYNER Vice-President NORIE LUCE Secretary and Treasurer First row, left to right: AGNEW, James W., Jr., 31 3 6th St., Burlington, N. C; ALBERT, Douglas, 40 Warris Rd., Lahore, Pak- istan; ALFRED, Janice, 1009 Maple Ave., Burlington, N. C; ALLEN, George C, 4310 Colesville Rd., Hyattsville, Md.; APPLE, Dorothy Roy, 323 Guthrie St., Burlington, N. C; ATKINS, Jo Ann, 1495 E. Main St., Albemarle, N. C; AUSTIN. James W., Rt. 2, Elon College, N. C. Second row: BARNES, Morsholl A., 907 Grayland St., Greensboro, N. C; BASS, Anne Pace, Star Route, So. Boston, Va.; BECK, John L., Jr., 122 Concord St., Greensboro, N. C; BEDSOLE, Carlton, Rt. 5, Fayetteville, N. C; BENTZ, Sandra, 304 N. Tremont Dr., Greensboro, N. C; BERGMAN, Ronald Warren, Rt. 1, Uncasville, Conn.; BERRY, Glenn, Rt. 1, Elon College, N. C. Third row: BOSWELL, Betty, 115 Cypress St., Greensboro, N. C; BRADY, Somuel J., Rt. 1, Bennett, N. C; BROWN, Edward S., Box 629, Hillsboro, N. C; BUJAN, Vincent, 21 Porter PI., Towondo, Penn.; BURCH, Janie Hester, Box 162, Yanceyville, N. C; BURGE, Jonet Muriel, Box 285, Sonford, N. C; CAMPBELL, Betty Lou, 116 Rolling Rd., Burlington, N. C. Fourth row: CAMPBELL, Louis Mitchell, Box 293, Elon College, N. C; CANUPP, James T., 922 Carrol St., Martinsville, Va.; CARCATERRA, Anthony, 329 Wanser Ave., Inwood, L. I., N. Y.; CARMINES, Ralph Thomas, 601 N. 7th Ave., Portsmouth, Va.; CHRISTLEY, Freddie, 1703 Hilton Rd., Burlington, N. C; CLIFTON, Ralph E., Rt. 3, Box 142, Reidsville, N. C; COBB, Roy Lee, 2, Burlington, N. C. n f rsf ' Of) i .MMik i .ir M ai.ii :i r , r . ( f ' , A :, A " » : A ji. ' n 0 i o n D ' n ffhA k.1 A A.. A .M tk, A. ( ( p ' CyriO ije First row, left to right: COBLE, Don T., Rt. 7, Box 136, Burlington, N. C; COBLE, John H., Rt. 5, Burlington, N. C; COLEMAN, Chorles, Box 781, Burlington, N. C; COOK, WiMie N., Rt. 1, Gibsonville, N. C; COPELAND, Louie Jomes, Rt. 7, Burlington, N. C; CRANFORD, Frances K., 407 Glenwood Ave., Burlington, N. C; DAVIS, George, Lewis St., Gibsonville, N. C; DAVIS, Harold G., Box 658, Roxboro, N. C, DELGAIS, Joseph, 165 Redwood Ave., Inwood, L. I., N. Y. Second row: DEMATTEO, Morris, 138 E. Savory St., Pottsville, Penn.; DENNIS Donol Keith, Dick St., Gibsonville, N. C; DESIBIO, Nicholas, 82 Fern Place, Inwood, L. I., N. Y.; DOBSON, William C, 1107 Marview Ave., So. Norfolk, Va.; DODEZ, Roy E., Jr., 311 West Ave., Leoksville, N. C.; DODGE, Lester, 18 Rodgers Place, Portsmouth, Vc; DOSS, Virgil L., 104 Highland Ave., Burlington, N. C; DRIVER, June, 1510 Robinhood Rd., Durham, N. C, DUNCAN, Terrell K.. 809 N. Grahom-Hopedale Rd., Burlington, N. C. Third row: ELLIOTT, Marguerite, Rt. 4, Box 2001, Oxford, N. C; ELLIS, Claiborne E., 11-3 N. Main St., Burlington, N. C; EMORY, Bryant D., 406 W. Front St., Burlington, N. C; ESTEP, George M., 205 Leftwich St., Greensboro, N. C; FARMER, Alvis Lee, 1405 S. Scales St., Reidsville, N. C; FAUST, Harold M., Jr., 1026 E. Market St., Mahanoy City, Penn.; FERRELL, Ernest H., Box 8096, Durham, N. C; FLEMMING, Nicholas T., 1025 Livingston Ave., So. Norfolk, Va.; FOGLEMAN, Betty, Rt. 6, Burlington, N. C. Fourth row: FOGLEMAN, James C, 915 W. Davis St., Burlington, N. C.; FULLER, Carl Lee, 512 S. Mebone St., Burlington, N. C; FUQUAY, William, Jr., 1030 Edgewood Ave., Burlington, N. C; GANN, Billy Junior, Rt. 1, Reidsville, N. C; GATES, Chorles Gilbert, Idle- wllde, Covington, Va.; GEORGE, Pulivelil, Kollodn, Pollam P. O., T-C State, S. India; COINS, Jack F., 717 Windsor St., Burlington, N. C; GREGG, Wesley L., 1217 Holly St., So. Norfolk, Vo.; GRIMES, Vernon C, Jr., 1 150 Stewart St., So. Norfolk, Va. Fifth row: GROCE, William L., 106 Charles Ave., Portsmouth, Va ; HALL, Robert J., Box 141, Elon College, N. C; HARRINGTON, Bobby R., 1517 W. Davis St., Burlington, N. C; HARRIS, Charles E., W. Horden St. Ext., Graham, N. C; HARRIS, Harold, Rt. 1, Pittsboro, N. C; HARRIS, Robert Roy, 501 W Park Dr , Siler City, N C; HARRISON, Henry H., 608 Virginia Ave., Burlington, N. C; HAWKINS, Mary Jane, Rt. 2, Hurdle Mills, N. C; HAY- WOOD, Reece T., 1026 Walnut St., Burlington, N. C. Sixth row: HODGE, Fred, 736 Brookwood Terr. Apts., Siler City, N. C; HOLLAND, Jomes R., 1522 Granville St., Burlington, N. C; HOWELL, Charles Henry, Townsville, N. C; HOYLE, Bobby Aaron, 1531 Shorpe St., Burlington, N. C; HULTMAN, Robert C, Box 382, Elon College, N. C; HUNT, Alice, King St., Hillsboro, N. C; HURLEY, Jack L., Rt. 2, Mebone, N. C, INGOLD, William C, 713 Phillips, Burlington, N. C; JACKSON, William S., 414 S. Chapman St., Greensboro, N. C. Seventh row: JERNIGAN, Wallace L., Rt. 1, Godwin, N. C, JOHNSON, Clem L., Rt. 2 Mebone, N. C; JOINES, Ronold Wayne, Reidsville, N. C; JONES, Willis H., 1211 Howthorno Lane, Burlington, N. C; JOYCE, Jackie David, Rt, 1, Mayodon, N. C; JOYNER, William, Rt. 2, Box 300, Franklin, Va.; JULIAN, R. Peter, 3402 High Point Rd., Greensboro, N. C; KAPPAS, George J., 331 N. Church St., Burlington, N. C; KIM, Chang Gill, 79-4 3-Ka Pil-Pong, Choon-Ku, Seoul, Korea. i.l ■F ■ rx t £ f y « Ifljf - - «- ' ■ ( p ' ' OyriO lj First row, left to right: LAMBE, Adam W., Rt. 2, Liberty, N C; LAMBERT, Guy Royal, 4 Downing St., Newport, R. I.; LAMBETH, Louan, Brown Summit, N. C; LANGLEY, Kenneth Franklin, Rt. 1, Staley, N. C; LANGLEY, Martha, Stoley, N. C; LASHLEY, Richard A., 117 Patterson St., Leaksville, N. C; LEMMONS, Nancy Anita, 448 Chapel Hill Rd., Burlington, N. C; LILLY, Tom Frederick, Rt. 7, Burlington, N. C; LOVE, Jomes Morion, 706 West Front St., Burlington, N. C. % Second row: LUCE, Lenoro, 131 Sound Ave., Riverheod, L. I., N. Y.; MANAVI, Bohrom, Teheran, Iran; McLAUCHLIN, John D., 524 Tarleton Ave., Burlington, N. C; MEDLEY, Way- land, 505 Franklin Blvd., Greensboro, N. C; MERCER, Robert Lee, Rt. 1, Fentress, Vo.; MITCHELL, Hal F., 310 Somers Ave., Burlington, N. C; MORGAN, Aubrey F., 115 Military Rd., Suffolk, Va.; MOTLEY, John Melvin, 1104 S. Park Ave., Burlington, N. C; MULLINS, William Clark, Rt. 1, Box 559, Hickory, Va. Third row: MYERS, Joyce, 933 Herbert St., Philadelphia 24, Penn.; NARDELLI, Roger, Box 658, Burlington, N. C; NEILL, William Lloyd, 1207 Maryellen Ave., So. Norfolk, Va.; NOVACUSKIE, Leon, 528 Delaware Ave., Burlington, N. C; OAKLEY, Charles G., Rt. 6, Burlington, N. C; PAYNE, Mack J., Swepsonville, N. C; PERKINS, Dorothy Gail, Rt. 1, Rox- boro, N. C; PERRY, Nancy Ann, 424 E. Raleigh St., Siler City, N. C; PIERCE, Albert Roy, Jr., 569 Parkview Dr., Burlington, N. C. Fourth row: PIERCE, Paul Glenn, Rt. 1, Box 72, Graham, N. C; PITTS, Arthur Laurie, III, Dillwyn, Vo.; PLATT, Lou Eorle, 2801 Bainbridge Blvd., So. Norfolk, Va.; PORTER, Daniel G., Box 13, Benson, N. C; RADFORD, Paul G., 311 S. Sharpe St., Draper, N. C; RAKES, Robert Cornell, Box 366, Fieldale, Va.; RAY, Clarence B., Rt. 1, How River, N. C; REECE, William. 719 River Rd., Draper, N. C; REYNOLDS, Betty F., Vets Apartments, Elon College, N. C. Fifth row: RHODES, Gene P., 937 Green St., Donville, Va.; ROBERSON, Alfred D., 1513 N. Craven St., New Bern, N. C; ROBERTS, Roeford D., 1503 Wentworth St., Ext., Reidsville, N. C; ROBERTSON, Morquito, Sandy Ridge, N. C ; ROHART, Mortha Ann, Rt. 2, Harrison- burg, Va.; RUMLEY, Helen L., 322 E. College Ave., Elon College, N. C; RYALS, Willie F., Jr. 1808 Eflond Dr., Greensboro, N. C; SALOOM, Eugene G., 515 Smithfield St., Mt. Pleasant, Penn.; SCHNEIDER, Poul J., 1014 Thomas Ave., Riverton, N, J. Sixth row: SEAMON, Victor H., Jr., 214 W. Gilbreath St., Graham, N. C; SHARPE, Arnold C, Rt. 2, Reidsville, N. C; SHAVER, Gilbert J., Carthage, N. C; SHELTON, Sara Dean, 144 Benefield St., Danville, Vo.; SHEPHERD, James D., How River, N. C; SHOFFNER, Elizabeth, Rt. 1, Julian. N. C; SIMONDS. Ronald, 1711 Wood Ave., Burlington, N. C; SIMPSON, Linda, Rt. 2, Elon College, N. C; SMITH, Albertus Leroy, 431 W. Ocean View Ave., Norfolk, Vo. Seventh row: SMITH, Randolph L, 2220 McKinney St., Burlington, N. C; SMITH, Richard, 813 Hazlett Ave., Brockenridge, Penn.; STEPHENSON, Oscar, 128 N. Ennist St., Fuquay Springs, N. C; STONE, Marie, Kittrell, N. C ; TAYLOR, Potsy L., Altamahow, N. C; TAYLOR, Wayne Forrest, 2129 Oaks Ave., Newport News, Va.; TEAL, Ralph, Box 38, Mc- Farlon, N. C; THOMAS, Barbara A., 1035 N. Mebone St., Burlington, N. C; THOMAS, John Rex, 407 S. Seventh St., Sanford, N. C. c ( p ' ' 07?zo ie First row, left to right: TILLMAN, Jomes M., 313 Hawthorne Lane, Bur- lington, N. C; TURNER, Mory Ann, Rt. 1, Yanceyville, N. C; UPDYKE, Eliz- abeth, 25 Woodward Ave., Angola, N. Y. Second row: VAUGHN, James Bud, 425 Ward St., Graham, N. C; VON DOENHOFF, Albert E., 91 Alleghany Rd., Hampton, Vo.; WALKER, Lawrence C, Rt. 5, Burlington, N. C. Third row: WALL, Shirley Jean, Box 33, McLeansville, N. C; WALTON, John L., 505 Mayflower Dr., Greensboro, N. C; WATTS, Gilbert J., 108 Gill St., Lourinburg, N. C. Fourth row: WEBSTER, C. Edward, Box 603, Elon College, N. C; WEST- ERFIELD, Poul, Rt. 6, Greensburg, Ind.; WHITSON, Dorothy, 526 Climax, Graham, N. C. Fifth row: WILKINS, Bobby Gene, Rt 1, Stem, N. C ; WILKINSON, Larry Ellis, 210 W. Jackson St., Mebane, N. C; WILLIAMSON, Nancy, 739 Sham- rock Rd., Asheboro, N. C. Sixth row: WILSON, Winder L., Rt. 1, Hillsboro, N. C; WINSTON, Tur ner, Rt. 2, Virgilina, Vo.; WRAY, Wayne R., Rt. 6, Reidsville, N. C. Seventh row: WRIGHT, Earl V., 2110 Mople Av YANCY, Joyce Annette, Buffalo Junction, Va. ington, N. C, 0 W ' n OFFICERS WILLIAM TOUCHBERRY President BOB SKINNER Vice-President DALE BARNWELL Secretary WILLIAM BYRD Treasurer mi)Ar-m:HT TOOHM- tiONA HKKy THEM COME ONE COME ALL First row, left to right: ADAMS, Corolyn, Rt. 2, Pilot Mountain, N. C , ' ALBRIGHT, William M., 1045 Queen Ann St., Bur- lington, N. C; ALLEN, Emma Frances, Box 236, Romseur, N. C; ALLEN, Iris Goil, Box 421, Senseny Rd., Winchester, Vo ; ALLEN, J. B., Jr., 912 Scott St., Burlington, N. C; ALLEN, Peggy Jean, Box 395, How River, N. C; ALLRED, Delmar Warner, Rt. 2, Elon College, N. C. Second row: ALLRED, Handy C, 1012 Grace Ave., Burlington, N. C; ANDERSON, Geroldine, Box 357, How River, N. C; ANDREWS, C. B., 202 Watson Drive, Burlington, N. C; ANDREWS, Patricia, Rt. 2, Liberty, N. C; APPLE, Homer, 409 Union Ave., Burlington, N. C; ARNOLD, Bobby Joe, Bassett, Vo.; ASHWORTH, Donald E., 515 Sondy Valley Rd., Foyetteville, N. C. Third row: ATCHISON, Lewis, 3316 Rittenhouse St., Washington 15, D. C, AVILA, John A., Meeting House Hill, Franklin, Conn.; AUSTIN, Harold, Rt. 1, Pelzer, S. C; BADAKHSH, Faribory, Saadi Ave., Kutche Fariob, Tehran, Iran; BALINT, Johnnie, 2701 Poplar, Hopewell, Va.; BARBER, Bernice, Box 29, Elon College, N. C; BARBOUR, Joyce, Angier, N. C. Fourth row: BARHAM, Robert L., 141 Dogwood Dr., Burlington, N. C; BARKER, Willie G., Milton, N. C; BARNWELL, Henry Dole, Rt. 3, Mebone, N. C; BARRETT, Billie Fay, Box 172, Windsor, Va.; BECK, Jerry, 909 Caldwell St., Greensboro, N. C; BE- LANGIA, Albert, Rt. 2, Elon College, N. C; BELL, Wilda, Altamahaw, N. C. Fifth row: BERRY, Daniel, Wolftown, Va.; BEW, Ruth, Box 371, Elon College, N. C; BLAYLOCK, Donald, Shoron St Gib- sonville, N. C; BLAYLOCK, Isaac, 414 Harrison St., Reidsville, N. C; BOGGS, Buddy, How River, N. C; BOLAND, Tommie ' , Box 242, Elon College, N. C; BOOTH, Mary Lou, 143 Winchester Dr., Hampton, Va. Sixth row: BRADY, John, Bennett, N. C; BRAME, Lena, Rt. 3, Reidsville, N. C; BRANCHE, William, 2846 Tait Terrace, Norfolk, Va.; BRANTLEY, Bobby, 527 Columbio Ave., Burlington, N. C; BRANTLEY, William, 142 Brewer Ave., Suffolk, Va • BRAXTON, Donald, 531 E. Willowbrook Dr., Burlington, N. C; B. ETT, Mary Ann, 210 South St., Franklin, Vo. j1 A£4A 7?Zj First row, left to right: BRITT, Etta, 1108 S. Main St, Burlington, N. C; BROOKS, William, Bonlee, N. C; BROSKY, Maurice, Rt. 2, Box 126, Punsutowney, Penn.; BROTHERS, Anito, 211-23rd St., Virginio Beoch, Vc; BROWNLEE, George, 6930 Wilson Ave., Drovos- burg, Penn.; BRUTCH, Paul, 222 W. Coal St., Shenandoah, Penn.; BULLA, Larry, 1 12 Humble St., Asheboro, N. C; BUNDY, Paul, 502 Smith St., Burlington, N. C; BUNKER, Helen, Rt. 3, Apex, N. C. Second row: BURGESS, Jane, Box 111, Boiley, N. C; BURNS, Grant, Rt. 2, Sanford, N. C; BYNUM, Carol, Rt. 1, Chapel Hill, N. C; BYRD, William, 2010 Angler Ave., Durham, N. C; CALLAWAY, John, Box 309, Smithfield, Va.; CALVIMONTES, Luis, Comercio 166, Mollendo, Peru; CAMPBELL, June, Box 475, Elon College, N. C; CAPETOLA, Emil, 48 Yellow Springs Rd., Malvern, Penn., CARDEN, Buel, 2 Mayfair Apt., Burlington, N. C. Third row: CATES, Linda, 2108 Sunset Ave., Durham, N. C; CHANDLER, Larry, 311 Highlond Ave., Burlington, N. C; CHANDLER, Robert, Apt. 27-A Brookwood Gardens, Bur- lington, N. C; CHANEY, Jocqueline, 709 Lawsonville Ave., Reidsville, N. C; CHEEK, Lou Anne, Rt. 1, Blanche, N. C; CLAYTON, Max, Henderson, N. C; COBB, Jerline, Box 133, Franklin, Va.; COBB, Numo, Jr., Rt. 1, Gibsonville, N. C; COOK, Edward, 409 New St., Graham, N. C. Fourth row: COWAN, Jerry, 332 Hillcrest Ave., Burlington, N. C; COX, Carol, West- field, N. C; COX, John, Jr., Meadow Rd., Spray, N. C; CRABTREE, Dewey, Rt. 1, Graham, N. C; CURLES, Jimmy, Ca-Vel, N. C; DARVISH, Johandar, Tehran, Iron; DEASON, Everett, 1716 Oklahoma Ave., Burlington, N. C; DOFFLEMYER, Pamley, Rt. 2, Box 81, Elkton, Vo.; DOVER, Cloude, 412 Trail 2, Grove Park, Burlington, N. C. Fifth row: DUKE, Louise, Rt. 3, Suffolk, Va.; DUPREE, Edward, Box 641, Elon College, N. C; EANES, Benny, 206 Pine St., Martinsville, Va.; EANES, Nelson, Rt. 2, Axton, Va.; EARLE, Carol, 216 Waverly Way, Burlington, N. C; EARP, Betty, 1203 N. Mebane St., Burlinston, N. C; EDELEN, Richard, Church St., Upper Marlboro, Md.; EDWARDS, Willie, 126 E. Elm St., Graham, N. C; EHRLICH, Michael, 5101 1 7 St. N.E., Washington, D. C. Sixth row: ELLIS, Benjomin, 332 Williamson St., Burlington, N. C; EVERETT, Bobbie Joe, Rt. 2, Greensboro, N. C; FARMER, James, Rt. 1, Box 408, Hamlet, N. C; FENTRESS, James, 1141 Virginia Ave., S. Norfolk, Va.; FERGUSON, Rex, Rt. 1, King, N. C; FLYTHE, K. Jane, 225 S. Main St., Graham, N. C; FOWLER, Woite, Erwin, N. C; FRANKLIN, Charles, Rt. 2, Box 391, Henderson, N. C; FRANKS, Vivian, Box 302, Elon College, N. C. Seventh row: FROST, John, Rt. 1, Box 350, Hickory, Va.; FYKE, Stuart, 318 Guthrie St., Burlington, N. C; GARAVI, Mohsen, Tehran-Iron; GASKINS, James, Jr., 913 Morehead St., Burlington, N. C; GAYLE, Cleve, 12th St., Virginia Beoch, Vo.; GEARHART, Yvonne, Rt. 5, Marietta, Ohio; GEARY, Ruth, 184 Austin St., New Bedford, Mass.; GILIIAM, Joseph, 413 Grove Pork, Burlington, N. C; GILLIAM, Lloyd, Wicker St., Gibsonville, N. C. Eighth row: GILLIAM, Rose Marie, 216 Union Ave., Burlington, N. C; GILLESPIE, Sandra, 529 N. Church St., Mooresville, N. C; GLASGOW, Morion, Rt. 1, Fronklinville, N. C; GOODMAN, Bobby, Altomohow, N. C; GRAVITT, William, Box 58, Virgilina, Vo.; GREEN, Delmer, Rt. 2, Lexington, N. C; GREEN, Edward T., Rt. 1, Middletown, Delaware; GREENE, Ernest, Rt. 1, Brown Summit, N. C; GREENE, Nancy, 1715 Chestnut St., Charlotte, N. C. JTll i»j ry r «:, Jk. J : , r 4.1 r H ■ill Tl r n . .1 i A -:.. mmmL .m 4 ■S SiliS dCVtttt W Mil w .i r. L l r A m Ju Attzj First row, left to right: GREGORY, Jorrett, Gen. Del., Troy, N. C; GRIFFIN, Benn, 61 1 Washington St., Portsmouth, Vo.; GRIFFIN, Thomas, 201 N. Church St., Smithfield, Va.; GROVE, Carlton, Rt. 2, Tomaquo, Penn.; GUINN, James, School St., E. Rockingham, N. C; GUNNERSON, Alf, Jr., 204 Glendale Ave., Burlington, N. C; GUTHRIE, Ada, 814 S. Main St., Graham, N. C; HAIR, Williom, Jr., 1010 E. Willowbrook Dr., Burlington, N. C; HALL, Charles, Jr., 2003 N. Ashland Dr., Burlington, N. C. Second row: HARDEN, James, Box 49, Graham, N. C.; HARRELL, Franklin, St. Brides, Va.; HARRIS, Adolphus, 351 Harris St., Leaksville, N. C; HARRIS, William, Rt. 1, Box 81, Chatham, Va.; HARTSOE, Shirley, Rt. 1, Box 54, Warrensville, N. C; HARTWELL, Mary Ann, Cedar St., W. Barnstable, Mass.; HATCH, Rebecca, 1229 Franklin St., Burlington, N. C; HAY, Emily, 417 Fountain Piece, Burlington, N. C; HAYNES, James F., 1 1 23 E. Willowbrook Dr., Burlington, N. C. Third row: HAYWOOD, Charles, 3510 Rose of Sharon Rd., Durham, N. C; HENSON, Gary, Duke Power, Rhodhiss, N. C; HERBERT, Dale, 1625 Baldwin Ave., Norfolk, Va.; HER- MICK, John, Charlotte St., Noss Plan, Rochester, Penn.; HILL, Jomes, Box 715, Elon College, N. C; HINTON, David, Rt. 1, Gibsonville, N. C; HITE, Edward, Clarksville, Va.; HOBBY, Richord G., 300 W. Gilbreath St., Graham, N. C; HOLLAN, Gerold, Rt. 7, Burlington, N. C. Fourth row: HOLMES, Doneose, 419 Fisher Ferry St., Thomasville, N. C; HOLSONBACK, James, Rt. 7, Burlington, N. C; HONEYCUTT, Margaret, 500 Guthrie Ave., Durham, N. C; HOPPER, Claude, Rt. 1, Box 44, Madison, N. C; HORTON, Earl R., Rt. 2, Hurdle Mills, N. C; HOVATLER, Robert, Rt. 4, Roxboro, N. C; HOWELL, Harlene, 26 Morven Rd., Wadesboro, N. C; HOWEY, George, Rowland, N. C; HOYLE, Beacham, 1531 Sharpe St., Burlington, N. C. Fifth row: HUFFINES, Walter, Jr., 615 E. Willowbrook Dr., Burlington, N. C; HUGHES, Hilda, Rt. 2, Elon College, N. C; HUGHES, Katherine, Box 605, Elon College, N. C; HUMPH- REY, James E.,.125 Moss. Ave., Southern Pines, N. C; HUPFER, Gwynne, 2433 Walker Ave., Winston-Salem, N. C; HURD, Linwood, 32 Ronald Rd., New Britain, Conn.; HURDLE, Wil- liam, Rt. 2, Hurdle Mills, N. C; INMAN, Joseph, Porkwood, N. C; INMAN, William, Park- wood, N. C. Sixth row: ISLEY, Ernest, 1227 Ebert St., Winston-Salem, N. C; IVEY, Arthur, Rt. 1, Aberdeen, N. C; JACOBS, Dean E., 109 S. Cherry St., West Union, Ohio; JARRETT, Joseph, Gerringer St., Gibsonville, N. C; JEFFREYS, Jerry, 301 Hanover Rd., Graham, N. C; JONES, Malinda, 1213 Richardson Dr., Reidsville, N. C; JONES, Peter, Rt. 2, Laurinburg, N. C; JONES, Robert, 621 Park Ave., Greensboro, N. C; KALLAM, William E., Rt. 1, Box 46, Mcyodan, N. C. Seventh row: KAKAVAS, Gus, 406 Hillcrest Ave., Burlington, N. C; KELLY, Anjalette, Rt. 2, Carthage, N. C; KELLY, John T., Rt. 4, Henderson, N. C; KERLEY, Jack, Rt. 2, M e- bane, N. C; KERNODLE, Gordon S., Rt. 4, Burlington, N. C; KIMB, Richard, Rt. 3, Liberty, N. C; KITTRELL, Frances, Rt. 1, Kitrell, N, C; LAIL, Fred, 234 Rolling Rd., Burlington, N. C; LANGLEY, Katie, Rt. 1, Stoley, N. C. Eighth row: LANGLEY, Marvin, 906 N. Chatham Ave., Siler City, N. C; LANIER, Ter- rence, 1052 Albemarle Rd., Asheboro, N. C; LAUVER, Robert, 59 Park St., Harrisburg, Penn.; LAWRENCE, David, 101 Aylwin St., Portsmouth, Va.; LEWIS, Joan, Rt. 5, Burlington, N. C; LEWIS, Margie Ann, Rt. 1, Elon College, N. C; LITTLE, Laura, 2621 Camden Rd., Greensboro, N. C; LONG, Diane, 902 S. Main St., Graham, N. C; LONG, Richord, Hurdle Mills, N. C. Ju4A ?n£ First row, leH to right: LOVELACE, Alvin, Forest City, N. C, LOVITT, Jerry L., 119 Ridgeley Point, Norfolk, Vo.; LOY, Billy, 123 W. Market St., Graham, N. C; LOY, Clifton, 701 B. S. Main St., Graham, N. C; LOY, Nina Jean, Rt. 2, Elon College, N. C; LOY, William A., 1027 Webb Ave., Burlington, N. C; MAIDEN, Charles, Rt. 4, Raleigh, N. C; MALLETTE, Agnes, 32 Washington St., Fair Haven, Vt.; MANESS, Jimmy F., 1719 Wood Ave., Burling- ton, N. C. Second row: MANGRUM, Daniel, Greensboro, N. C; MANGUM, Bobby, Box 143, Hills- boro, N. C; MARLOWE, Tom F., Mills Home, Thomosville, N. C; MARTIN, Ann, 902 George St., Reidsville, N. C; MASSEY, John, Rt. 4, Burlington, N. C; MATKINS, Howord, Rt. 2, Elon College, N. C; MAULDIN, Steve L., 317 Corona St., Winston-Solem, N. C; McCLURE, James Elon College, N. C; McEVOY, Morionne, Rt. 7, Burlington, N. C. Third row: MeFADDEN, Clyde, 521 Aycodk St., Greensboro, N. C; McLEAN, Robert, Box 2001, E. Rockingham, N. C; MELETIOU, Melba L., 925 S. Church St., Burlington, N. C; MILLER, Myra, Rt. 1, Hillsboro, N. C; MINTER, Ann, 208 College St., Martinsville, Va.; MOON, Nancy Lou, Rt. 1, Snow Camp, N. C; MOORE, Clarice, 811 Washington St., Bur- lington, N. C; MOORE, David A., Rt. 4, Graham, N. C; MOORE, Dovid W., Rt. 4, Burling- ton, N. C. Fourth row: MORRIS, Elizabeth, Virgilino, Vo.; MOSSUCCO, Louis, 37 Soyre St., Eliza- beth, N. J.; MURRAY, Julio B., 410 Tarpley St., Burlington, N. C; NEWMAN, Harriet, Y.W.C.A., Holyoke, Moss.; NEWMAN, Raymond, 261 Davis St., Henderson, N. C; NEWMAN, Robert, 405 Michael St., Reidsville, N. C; OAKES, Marion L., 1002-8 Elwell Ave., Greens- boro, N. C; OAKLEY, Tommy M., 810 Lynnwood Dr., Burlington, N. C; OAKLEY, William H., Rt. 2, Burlington, N. C. Fifth row: OLIVER, Bill, 1205 Grace Ave., Burlington, N. C; OVERMAN, Mary Lou, Box 316, Liberty, N. C; PARKER, Edward, 315 Georgia Ave., Burlington, N. C; PARKER, Lloyd A., 320 South St., Bedford, Vo.; PATTERSON, Clork, Rt. 1, Elon College, N. C; PAUL, Don E., 1 102 Grace Ave., Burlington, N. C; PAYNE, Jerry Lee, Rt. 1, Graham, N. C; PETERS, Frank B., 1 St. Denis Dr., Charleston, S. C; PHIFER, John, 413 Hillcrest Ave., Burlington, N. C. Sixth row: PIERCE, James, Rt. 3, Box 570, Suffolk, Va., PILLOW, Mary Lou, Rt. 7 Burlington, N. C; POOLE, Bobby E., 1204 Graylond St., Greensboro, N. C; POYTHRESS, William, 632 Tucker St., Burlington, N. C; PRICE, Carol Ann, 722 Texos Ave., Burlington, N. C; PRIDDY, Trov, Rt. 3, Box 412, Reidsville, N. C, PUGH, Thomas, 203 Greenridge Rd Greenburg, Pepn.; PULLIAM, Joseph, Rt. 10, Ridgeway, Va.; PUTMAN, Marjorie, 32 Wash- ington St., Fair Haven, Vt. Seventh row: RAMSEY, Peggy J., 7610 Sykes St., Burlington, N. C; RAY, William, Rt. 1, Gibsonville, N. C.; ' RAYLE, Charles W., 249 Morehead St., Burlington, N. C; REYNOLDS, William. Rt. 3, Rockingham, N. C; RHODES, Betty L., 824 Centrol Ave., Burlington, N. C; RICKS, William, 420 Market St., Burlington, N. C; RILEY, Frederick, 1105 N. Main, Bur- lington, N. C; RILEY, Odean, Rt. 2, Graham, N. C; RILEY, William, 4224 Wentworth Dr., Columbia, S. C. Eighth row: ROBERTS, Betty Jeon, Rt. 3, Hillsboro, N. C; ROBERTSON, Dixie, Rt. 6, Burlington, N. C; ROBERTSON, Frank W., Rt. 1, King, N. C; ROGERS, George, Rt. 11, Box 268, Charlotte, N. C; ROGERS, Kenneth, 110 Goldsboro Ave., Sonford, N. C; ROGERS, Vernon, Box 651, Elon College, N. C; ROSS, Jesse W., Rt. 1, Reidsville, N. C; RUDD, Joy N., Rt. 1, Brown Summitt, N. C; RUDISILL, Wayne, Rt. 2, Catawba, N. C. 1 f n n n pi n A r-i D O l. i h l fe %-, - h i c c a " C) o il ii « n o (Hf o m Jvi Atpzj First row, left to right: RUTLEDGE, Dovid T., Burlington, N. C; SASSCER, Chorles, Groom, Md.; SCARBOROUGH, Bill, 634 Walker Ave., Greensboro, N. C; SCORDO, Solvotore, 57 Railroad Ave., West Haverstrow, N. Y.; SCOTT, Walter, 1427 Richardson Dr., Reidsville, N. C; SCOTT, Ronald, Rt. 1, Bear Creek, N. C; SEAMON, Morion, 214 W. Gilbreath St., Graham, N. C; SHEPHARD, John, Box 105, Virgilina, Va.; SIMMONS, Lois Ann, Rt. 2, Box 423, Elon College, N. C. Second row: SIMMONS, Shelvey, Rt. 1, Dobson, N. C; SKINNER, Bob, 314 5. Main St., Suffolk, Va.; SLAUGHTER, Robert, Rt. 6, Burlington, N. C; SLAYTON, Lacy, Milton, N. C; SMITH, Betty Jane, 1718 Sharpe St., Burlington, N. C; SMITH, Peggy Jean, Box 257, Glen Raven, N. C; SOMERS, Daniel, Rt. 2, Elon College, N. C; SPOON, Alfred, 516 Mendel Terr., Graham, N. C; STEWART, Jock, Rt, 5, Reidsville, N. C. Third row: SUTTON, Boyd, Rt. 2, Elon College, N. C; SYKES, Vernon, 122 E, Berkley Ave., Norfolk, Va.; TART, Morjorie, Rt. 2, Clarkton, N. C; TATUM, Jimmy, 206 Bailey St., Asheboro, N. C; TEAGUE, Joe C, 201 Underwood St., Asheboro, N. C; THIEL, Henry, Rt. 2, Burlington, N. C; THOMAS, Raymond, 23-A Brookwood Apts., Burlington, N. C; THOMAS, Voyce Lee, Rt. 2, Graham, N. C; THOMPSON, Foy H., 306 W. Graham St., Mebane, N. C. Fourth row: THOMPSON, Howard, 1346 Long St., Burlington, N. C; THOMPSON, Wil- liam, 1624 McKnight Mill Rd., Greensboro, N. C; TILLETT, Jocqueline, Kitty Hawk, N. C; TINGEN, Hilda, 2502 Maple Ave., Burlington, N. C; TOMS, Stuart R., 117 S. Mebane St., Burlington, N. C; TOUCHBERRY, William, 275 Lakeside Ave., Burlington, N. C; TURNER, Shirley, Box 30, Rt. 2, Elon College, N. C; TYSOR, John, Rt. 1, Gibsonville, N. C; UNDER- WOOD, Donald, Rt. 4, Burlington, N. C. Fifth row: WALKER, Zoc, 1802 Vaughn St., So. Boston, Va.; WALLACE, Bob Roy, 318 Lakeside Ave., Burlington, N. C; WALTERS, Sue, N Dunn St., Angler, N. C; WARD, Johnny, Rt. 2, Elon College, N. C; WATSON, Geralyne, 916 King St., Burlington, N. C; WAY, Buddy Lee, Rt. 3, Liberty, N. C; WESLEY, Charles, 327 Depot St., Roxboro, N. C; WHEELEY, Dorothy, 123 Veterans Dr., Rt. 7, Burlington, N. C; WHITE, Samuel W., Rt. 1, Pittsboro, N. C. Sixth row: WHITESELL, Corl D., Burke St., Gibsonville, N. C ; WHITESELL, Franklin, 729 Beaumont Ave., Burlington, N. C; WHITESELL, Janie, Rt. 7, Burlington, N. C; WHIT- TEN, Mary Ruth, 108 W. Clifford St., Winchester, Va.; WHITTLE, Amberys, 317 Chestnut St., Burlington, N. C; WILKINS, Lafayette, Rt. 1, Box 845, Suffolk, Vo.; WILKINSON, Johnny K., Rt. 2, Connelly Springs, N. C; WILKERSON, Walter, 217 Corrington St., So. Boston, Va.; WILLIAMS, Clifford L., Box 71, Staley, N. C. Seventh row: WILLIAMS, Jomes T., 301 Oakgrove Dr., Graham, N. C; WINSTON, Patrick, Box 213, Clarksville, Va.; WOOD, Peggy, Box 22, How River, N. C; WOODS, Robert J., 1 1 Ansell Ave., Portsmouth, Va.; WRENN, Joseph, Tryon St., Hillsboro, N. C; WRIGHT, Rufus A., 1008 Rilley St., Burlington, N. C; WYRICK, Arnold D., 409 17th St., Virginia Beach, Va.; YANCEY, Gordon M., Clarksville, Va.; YATES, Julius C, 1 1 02 S. Main St., Bur- lington, N. C. Eighth row: YOUNGER, Harold, Joyner St., Gibsonville, N. C; YOUNTS, Lester, Rt. 1, Mebane, N. C; ZIMMERMAN, Peggy Jane, Rt. 4, Burlington, N. C. poses the student- body . . . individual respori4i- bility for responsible students . . . the efficient and effective movements of the Ministerial As- sociation . . . signs in the rotunda announcing the Elon Players latest production . . the roar of the press printing the latest MAROON AND GOLD ... the buzz of typewriters in the PHI PSI CLI office. PHI PSI CLI In the 1957 Phi Psi Cli, the staff has tried to por- tray the daily life of Elon College students. If you follow us through the colonnades, you will see the gay-campus scenes and take part in our college ac- tivities. We hope that this record will preserve some of our priceless memories and that when we reread our annuo! the best yeors of our lives will be brought bock to us — OUR ELON COLLEGE DAYS. SHIRLEY WOMACK CHRIS PETERSON LOUAN LAMBETH JIMMY SPARKS Copy Editor Sports Editors JEAN COGHILL JO ANN ATKINS PATRICIA COGHILL RUTH DOUGLAS MARIE STONE Feature Editors Typists NORMAN RIDDLE PROFESSOR JOHN F. WEST Photographer Faculty Adviser COLONNADES Writers, in their methods of presentation, may be broadly divided into several classes. Such was the case of Professor West ' s cre- ative writing class of 1956-57 — a class composed of students interested in the ac- tive participation in writing short stories. A wide variety of such talent was displayed in what proved to be one of the finest edi- tions of Elon ' s annual college magazine — THE COLONNADES. Left to right: Robert Page, Gene Rhodes, Bill Turner, Professor West, Betty Smith, William Crutchfield, Chuck Oakley. Left to right: Jim Taylor, Thomas King, Dottie Apple, Shigemi Morito, Edwin Davidson, Arnold Duncan, Shirley Womack. MAROON AND GOLD On a jaunt around the campus of Elon, we can ' t miss dropping by the MAROON GOLD confines now occupying part of the old dining haM. Here we find the bi-weekly hustle and clamor accom- panying the latest publication of the MAROON GOLD. Amidst the roar of the rolling presses and the clickety clack of the linotype machine, we prob- ably would spot Professor Byrd devoting his invalu- able time and assistance setting the type; Larry Barnes proofreading " Sounding Off, " " Under the Oaks " or an editorial; or Bill Walker making apolo- gies on bended knee for the tardiness of his " Walk- ing the Chalklines. " Possibly Chuck Oakley would scurry through like a scared rabbit escaping some person whom he ' d offended in the issue before — not to mention the many other behind-the-scene toilers (Walt " Square " Edmonds, Bob Somers, J. Biggerstaff, etc.) who lend their efficient talents to the common task. We shall always appreciate and remember those fortnightly publications of the college paper since they inform us on the recent happenings at Elon, not to mention what we find in the minds of those who compose the scribblings. Left to right: Larry Barnes, Louis Campbell, Chuck Oak- ley, Walter Edmonds, Jack McKee, Bobby Sharpe, Bob Somers. Larry Barnes Editor-in-Chief Chuck (Dakley Assistant Editor William Walker Sports Editor THE ELON COLLEGE CHOIR is an organization of students from both the Department of Music and the College at large who enjoy choral singing. Its first purpose was to furnish music for the regular Sunday services of the college church and for week-doy chapel services. This remains the primary purpose of the organization; however; its fame has spread and each year members of the Elon College Choir travel over 3,000 miles presenting programs of sacred music in many of the leading cities of the Atlontic states. At the present time, the choir, in addition to its Sunday duties at the College, present three major oratorios each year, including " The Messiah, " which, in the twenty- third consecutive annual performance during the Christ- mas season, has become one of the outstanding musical events of the state. In addition to numbers by the entire group, the choir programs include solos and work by various small en- sembles, resulting in performances which ore varied and Interesting without sacrificing musical excellence. FLETCHER MOORE, Chairman of the Deportment of Fine Arts, is a graduate of Elon College. While a student at Elon, he won first place in both piano and organ in the South Atlantic District, comprising the Carolinos, Georgia, and Florida, in the Student Musicians Contest, sponsored by the Notional Federation of Music Clubs. Mr. Moore continued his study at the Juilliard School with Sascho Gorodnitzski. After completing work for a Master of Arts degree from Teachers College, Columbia Univer- sity, he did work in piano with Dr. Guy Maier in Cali- fornia and Robert Pace in New York. Mr. Moore has completed requirements for on Ed. D. from Teachers College, Columbia University, where he Is now a member of the Summer-school piano faculty. He Is also North Carolina Chairman of Junior Federation Festivals, participated in by opproximotely sixteen hun- dred young musicians each spring from every section of the state. JOHN WESTMORELAND received his under-groduote study under the direction of Fletcher Moore at Elon Col- lege. After completing work for a Master of Arts from Teachers College, Columbio University, he returned " to Elon College as a member of the music faculty. Mr. Westmoreland continued his studies at the Juil- liard School of Music; University of Southern Colifornio; and New York University. During the summer of 1951 he received a Diploma in Conducting from the School of Music ond Fine Arts, Fon- tainebleau (France), where he was a student of Nodio Boulanger. During his study there, Mr. Westmoreland won the Lili Boulanger Prize and a First Prize in Con- ducting. Mr. Westmoreland returned to the Elon campus in the foil of 1955 after o year ' s leove of absence, during which time he was o Fulbright Scholar at the Academy of Music in Vienna, Austria and a private student with Dr. Hugo Zelzer of the University of Vienna. During the Spring of 1955, he made an appearance as Conductor in a Concert of Choral and Orchestra Music at the Concert House in Vienna. C I o n ( o 1 1 e a e ( fi o I 9 First row, left to right: Mary Anne Thomas, Donald McDoniel, Laura Seaman, Thomas Griffin, Jocky Love, Edward Robbins, Laura Little, Stanley Gary, Emma Allen, Vernon Joyner, Betty Boswell, Bill Turner, Dottie Apple, Al Hassell, Lorene Moore. Second row: Fred Prior, Ann Boss, Stuart Fyke, Ann Minter, Lewis Duke, Morgaret Patillo, Wynn Riley, Jeannette Hassell, Albert Von Deonhoff, Mary Ruth Whitten, Bloke Godfrey, Jane Burgess, Ray Thomas. Third row: Iris Allen, Johnnie Meadows, Rosemarie Gilliam, Jim Compton, Billie Fay Barrett, Sam White, Margaret Honeycutt, Al Wittschen, Mary Lou Booth, Thomas Lewis, Lois Jean Grizzard, Walter Scott, Dot Keck, Stewart Cass, Jerline Cobb, Leslie Johnston, Tommie Boland. ELON COLLEGE BAND The 1957 Elon College Band has kept the spirit of Elon rolling along . . . the many rehearsals . . . the new uniforms (finally) . . . " Homecoming Parade " . . . rain at most of the games . . . those bus trips; " Let ' s stop and eat! " . . . the concert . . . our cute majorettes ... oil odd up to a most successful year. MAJORETTES. Left to right: Laura Little, Nancy Wil iamson, Morjorie Putnam, Emily Hay, June Driver, Head DEWEY STOWERS Band Director eepi ng CHEERLEADERS Sporting brand new skirts, Professor John Brashear ' s cur- rent cheerleaders did a success- ful job of boosting our team ' s morale. Joyce Perry and her gang of maroon and gold-clad cheer- ers did a commendable job of leading the students in cheers. So, Elon College Cheerleaders, here ' s a hand! US oil ing Front row, left to right: Louon Lambeth, Jane Davis. Second row: Faye Weaver, Pat Chrismon, Joyce Perry, Chief. Third row, John Biggerstaff, James Biggerstoff, Bobby Orr, Norie Luce, Bob Blanchard. VETERANS ' CLUB This is a newly formed club on campus compos- ed entirely of veterans. Its primary function is to support social functions, participate in the college activities, to stimulate an interest in promoting and maintaining the highest standards of college life, and to benefit the veterans in any way possible. The Veterans ' Club got off to a good start this year under the able leadership of Joseph Steelman as president, Ralph Badgett as vice-president. Chuck Oakley as secretary, and Sol Scordo as treasurer. FRENCH CLUB First row, left to right: Dale Her- bert, Billie Faye Barrett, Agnes Mal- lette, Frances Kittrell, Mrs. Peorl Mc- Donald, Adviser. Second row: Wynn Riley, Jimmy Lyons, Doug Shepherd, Jerry Moize, Chris Peterson, Jimmy Lemmons. The Chemistry Club of Elon College is a collegi- ate professional society designed to bring those students majoring in Chemistry into closer contact with each other and with the various branches of Chemistry through meetings at which guest speak- ers familiarize the club members with their par- ticular field. The members themselves periodically prepare and deliver papers upon various research projects of their own. Speakers ore also brought in from other natural sciences to acquaint the club with other disciplines of science. All members of the Chemistry Club are student affiliate members of the American Chemical So- ciety. The French Club is a voluntary organization mode up of students who ore interested in the tra- ditions, customs, and cultures of our far away neighbors across the Atlantic. The group meets twice a month with the pro- gram including educational movies in French, music, games, and discussions. During the discus- sions, several members usually volunteer in prepar- ing and serving refreshments to the group. In the past this group has always been very active, and new members are always welcome. CHEMISTRY ' " CLUB First row, left to right: Bahrom Manavi, Robert Smith, Larry Dorton, Jo Ann Atkins, Pat Kittenger, Jerry King, Roy Duckett, Richard Simpson. Second row: Vincent Vitale, Dr. Paul Cheek, Adviser; Doc Alston, Frank Pattishall, Jimmy Sparks, Sam Fret- well, Chris Peterson, Wallace Butler, Charles Johnson. V ' -Wi ' l r«g M% MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION The Ministerial Associa- tion of Elon College is com- posed of Ministerial Stu- dents, Religious Education Majors, and other students interested in Christian vo- cations. The purposes of this or- ganization ore to provide instruction, practical train- ing, and Christian fellow- ship for the members of our group. We also endeavor to foster spiritual growth on the campus and to aid in the local churches whenever possible. MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION. Firsh row, left to right: Patricio Coghill, Ann Bass, Mory Ann Hartwell, Yvonne Gearhart, Lorene Moore, Joyce Myers, Dole Herbert. Second row: Pulivelil George, Grant Burns, James Pierce, Kenneth Rogers, Dwight Moore, Douglas Albert, Dr. Ferris Reynolds. Third row: Bill Neill, Bill Joyner, Carl Grimes, Louis Duke, Louis Wilkins, Lafayette Wilkins. M. A. OFFICERS Left to right: Louis Wilkins, Treasurer; Ann Boss, Secretory; Dwight Moore, President; Ronald Bergman, Vice-President (not pictured). STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION The Student Christian As- sociation working through its three commissions — Re- ligious Life, World Order, and Campus Affairs — is or- ganized on our campus as o fellowship of students and faculty members who are seeking to unite the student body of our college in a pro- gram of Christian study and S. C. A. OFFICERS. First row, left to right: Joyce Myers, Chairman of Campus Af- fairs; Patricio Coghill, Vice-President; Sylvia Smith, President; Louis Wilkins, Treasurer. Second row: Rev. W. J. Andes, Adviser; Rev. John Graves, Adviser; Guy Lambert, Chairman of Religious Life. Third row: Douglos Albert, Chairman of World Order. DAY STUDENTS ORGANIZATION Though there are some footsteps not heard as often on the campus as those of the resi- dent students, they nevertheless belong to a large and important group at Elon. These stu- dents participate in all campus activities. The sole purpose of the organization is to promote more activity between the commuters and residential students. ELON PLAYERS Great moments and small moments . . . happy moments and sad moments . . . moments of victory and moments of defeat ... all these fit neatly together to provide the magic net which holds those together who share a great in- terest in the stage. The Elon Players hove matured during their college days to the smell of grease point and the busy noise of the backstage hammers. Through hard work and concentrated effort, they have become attached to a world of dreams that they can make come true. They relish in the fact that they are the world ' s only honest hypocrits. The Players offered audiences a happy dish of hilarious comedy early in the year with the presentation of " Harvey. " The play met with great success and ran for three big nights. With Shakespeare ' s " The Tempest " successfully behind them, the players turned once ogoin to the Bard and pre- sented the famous tragedy, " Julius Caesar. " Mr. M. E. Wooten, Jr., profiting by experience gained last year on this campus, led the Players through an even more successful year. The advent of the dramatics major on Elon campus brought forth the first student directed production, " The Rainmaker, " a recent Broadway hit. All in all, it has been a great year for the Players, but no member will be satisfied to rest on his laurels. Each Player will agree, " The things we ' ve done will seem so small in face of the things we will do. We ore climbing a golden ladder that has no top. " " E " MEN ' S CLUB The " E " Men ' s Club is composed of those men who have been awarded the block letter " E " for their participation in Elon ' s intercol- legiate sports program. OFFICERS, left to right: Frank DeRita, Vice-President; Ladson Cubbage, President; Anthony Carcaterra, Secretary- Treasurer. First row, left to right: Wayne Martin, Glenn Varney, Charles Maynord, Pet Cafasso. Second row: Edwin Davidson, Don Lichok, Kerry Richards, Richard Smith, Wayland Medley. Third row: Anthony DeMatteo, Lynn Newcomb, Gilbert Watts, Robert Kopko. Fourth row: Ronald Kinsley, Ladson Cubbage, Jack Henderson. Fifth row: Dee Atkinson, Earl Stone, Anthony Carcaterro. •33 £ r r PAN HELLENIC COUNCIL The Pan-Hellenic Council is the organization which seeks to create an understanding among the sororities and fraternities on campus. Its members are representatives from each of the four sororities and four fraternities. Each Christmas the council co-operates with the Alpha Pi Delta fraternity in giving the annual Elon Orphanage party. At this time each of the sorori- ties and fraternities gives money to buy two bicy- cles for the children at the orphanage. Prior to rushing each spring and fall, the Pan- Hellenic Council meets and makes rules concern- ing the rushing period. The work of the council has made rushing much fairer and more enjoyable. SORORITY REPRESENTATIVES. Left to right: Joyce Myers, BETA OMICRON BETA; Jackie Love, TAU ZETA PHI; Foye Wea- ver, DELTA UPSILON KAPPA; Betsy Watson, PI KAPPA TAU. FRATERNITY REPRESENTATIVES. Left to right: Robert Hendricks, SIGMA PHI BETA; Bob Stouffenberg, IOTA TAU KAPPA; Wayne Taylor, KAPPA PS! NU. Blanchard, ALPHA PI DELTA; iMMiiAJD 1 JL H •JcaJl! C Cj frx i SENIORS: Robert Bergman, Neil Johnson, Bernard Jones, Donald McDaniel, Joseph Ryols. JUNIORS: James Big- gerstaff, John Biggerstaff, Carl Burke, Lonnie Carey, Stanley Carey, James Compton, Vernon Joyner, Hillery Mot- singer, Robert Orr, Edward Robbins, Joseph Simone. SOPHOMORES: Ronald Bergman, Guy Lambert, Roger Nardelli, Paul Radford. SIGMA MU SIGMA JOHN GRAVES Sponsor n Ji J AN IE EVANS Sponsor PI KAPPA TAU SENIORS: Marjorie Englebright, Patricio Kittenger, Poula Ley, Betsy Watson. JUNIORS: Helen Mere- dith, Barbara Spinks. SOPHOMORES: Dottle Apple, Linda Simpson, Patsy Taylor, Shirley Wall. FRESHMAN: Betty Smith. " iiiiiiTi iii ii SENIORS: Gerald Bray, Tom Harris, Paul Heath, Jack Reavis, Lloyd Sparks, Edgar Teague. JUNIORS: Robert Bennett, Bob Blanchord, Harold Harris, Jerry Loy, Roger McMillan. SOPHOMORES: Bryant Emory, Jackie Joyce, Robert Mercer, Eugene Saloom. ALPHA Dl DELTA DEWEY STOWERS TAU ZETA PHI SENIORS: Emma Batts, Ruth Douglas, Jeannette Hassell, Margaret Patillo, Shirley Presnell, Sylvia Smith, Shirley Wo- mack. JUNIORS: Doris Gaddis, Dot Keck, Jackie Love. SOPHOMORES: Jo Ann Atkins, Louan Lambeth, Marie Stone, Mary Ann Turner. FRESHMEN: Tommie Boland, Peggy Zimmerman. KAPPA PSI NU SENIORS: Tom Barron, Clayton Cashwell, Arnold Duncan, Walter Harding, Eugene Harrell, Al Hassell, Don Johnson, Leslie Johnston, Dovid Sopp, Jimmy Sparks, Jim Taylor. JUNIORS: Doc Alston, Lester Brewer, Chuck Oakley, Chris Peterson, Bob Rickover, Leigh Wills. SOPHOMORES: Tommy Bedsole, Harold Harris, Wayne Taylor. SENIORS: Laura Seaman, Ruth Sharpe, JUNIORS: Jean Coghill, Patricia Coghill, Carol Morrison, Rosaline Toney, Yvonne Winstead, Lannie Wright. SOPHOMORES: Ann Bass, Martha Langley, Nancy Lemmons , Joyce Myers. BETA OMICRON BETA JOHN BRASHEAR Sponsor IOTA TAU KAPPA SENIORS: James Crump, Clark Dofflemyer, Jerry Holt, Jerry Slaughter. JUNIORS: Richard Bradham, Harold Ellen, Tracy Griffin, Robert Phelps, Ronold Sharpe, Thomas Shepperson, Robert Stauffenberg. SOPHOMORES: Joey DelGais, Harold Foust, Mack Payne, Gilbert Watts. Go o o n r»i r ikt liiiiiii I Faculty Co-Sponsors DELTA UPSILON KAPPA SENIORS: Jean Cannady, Frances Carver, Janet Crabtree, Evelyn Fritts, Joyce Perry. JUNIORS: Goynelle Bronton, Patricio Chrisman, Nancy Goforth, Ann Jones, Jean Payne, Shirley Sorrell, Faye Weaver, Charlotte Williamson, Jackie Wil- liamson. SOPHOMORES: Janie Burch, Norie Luce, Dorothy Perkins, Betty Reynolds, Marquita Robertson, Mortho Rohart, Joyce Yancey. FRESHMAN: Vivian Fronks. Ep n f ' f r) T?3 HORACE CUNNINGHAM Sponsor SIGMA PHI BETA SENIORS: Larry Barnes, Whitney Bradham, Eddie Bridges, Roscoe Garrison, Bob Kopko, Wayne Martin, Norman Riddle, George Stewart, Glenn Varney. JUNIORS: John Apessos, Tony DeMatteo, Charles Foster, Bob Hendricks, Harold Long, Rich- ard McCarthy, Lynn Newcomb, Robert Ruggeri, Francis Stump. SOPHOMORES: Tony Coroterra, Mi rris DeMatteo, Arthur Pitts. WkLMi MMiM First row, left to right: Kitty Cranford, Ann Martin, Lena Brame, Barbara Thomas, Mary Lou Overman, Pat Andrews, Julia Murray, Nancy Moon. Second row: Bobbie Jo Everett, Carol Bynum, Marie Stone, Peggy Wood, Sondro Bentz, Harlene Howell, Sondro Gillespie, Cleve Gayle. Third row: Nancy Greene, Odean Riley, Jerry Harder, Helen Bunker, Jerline Cobb, Jackie Tillett, Shelvey Simmons. Fourth row: Lois Simmons, Peggy Smith, Wildo Bell, Shirley Turner, Ginger Robertson, Pat Jackson, Nancy Lemmons, Jerry Watson. Fifth row: Betty Rhodes, Peggy Ramey, Cornelia Guthrie, Dot Perkins, Lou Anne Cheek, Mary Ann Brett, Peggy Simpson, Ruth Bateman. Sixth row: Jane Flythe, Jackie Chaney, Carol Adorns, Diane Long, Linda Cotes, Carol Cox, Betty Jo Clark, Hilda Tingen. Standing: Mrs. Frances Longest and Mrs. Amelia Phillips, Co-Sponsors. BETA CHI EPSILON For students taking a secretarial course, Beta Chi Epsilon serves to mix business with pleasure. Members of this sorority are those who aspire to make o career through the nimbleness of their fin- gers on a typewriter. The group ' s main objective is helping to stimu- late the atmosphere of a business office in the classroom. This is done by inspection tours through various business organizations and by the sponsor- ship of modern office equipment. The club meets semi-monthly, with guest speakers and entertainers who provide enlightenment for the group. ALPHA PSI OMEGA Alpha Psi Omega is a Notional honor- ary dramatic fraternity which accepts those people whose interest, work and talents make them eligible. It provides wider interest in the college theater, a chance for personal and group improvement, as well as an acknowledg- ment of interest in the world of the the- ater. It is considered a good recommen- dation in obtaining positions after gradu- ation. First row, left to right: Leslie Johnston, Mar- garet Sharpe, William Davis. Second row: Norman Riddle, Professor Clyde McCants, Johnnie Mead- ows, Bill Watson. Third row: Tommy Lewis, Dottie Apple, Eddie Robbins, Tommie Boland, Chuck Oakley. PI GAMMA MU Pi Gamma Mu is a national society designed to improve scholarship in the social studies, to inspire social service to humanity by on intelligent approach to the social problems, and to engender sympathy toward others with different opinions and institu- tions by a better mutual understand- ing. Membership is accorded those who have distinguished themselves by extensive and outstanding schol- arship in the field of Social Sciences. First row, left to right: Dick Routh, Jerry Moize, Larry Smith. Second row: Professor Konstantjnas Avizonis, Professor Horace H. Cunningham, Bill Stanfleld, Dwight Moore, Professor John Broshear. (Dr. Williom Brown and Professor Gilbert Latham are not pic- tured.) Elon ' s Christians . . . the many u ng hours of practice . . . rejoicing at the sight of rain . . . " Homecoming game " . . . Basketball season again — a victorious team . . . with spring comes tennis, golf, track . . . cheering our boys on . . . our victories, our defeats . . . the Christians, our pride and joy. COACHES JACK SANFORD HEAD OF DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION Coach John D. " Jack " Sanford, who joined the coaching staff this year, has proved himself quite capable as director of the Physical Education De- partment. In addition to directing an improved program of intramural acti- vities, Coach Sanford is also head coach of baseball. JOE BRYSON ASSISTANT FOOTBALL AND BASEBALL COACH Another addition to the sports staff this year is Joseph E. " Joe " Bryson. A graduate of Elon, Coach Bryson assists as backfield coach for the football squad and serves as assistant coach for baseball. An active figure in the In- tramural program of the college, Coach Bryson has shown a genuine interest in his work. SID VARNEY HEAD FOOTBALL COACH Needing no introduction to the students of Elon, " Sid " Varney is head coach of the Elon Christians ' football squad. By working with each individual player, he tries to mold a rugged and winning team. His untiring efforts do not always end in victory, but his eagerness to win does not falter with defeat. Coach Varney is never too busy to give advice to a student. He is respected and admired all over the campus. " DOC " MATHIS HEAD BASKETBALL COACH One of the best known and respected figures on the campus is Graham L. " Doc " Mathis. His love for sports and sportsmanship seems to be project- ed into the players as they progress under his painstaking guidance. His domineering manner demands respect. With his patience, understanding, and knowledge of sports, he is considered a great asset by the student body and faculty alike. COACHES. Left to right: Joe Bryson, Jock Sanford, Doc Mathis, Sid Vorney. FOOTBALL TEAM FOOTBALL TEAM. First row, left to right: Dick Smith, Kerry Richards. Second row: Chuck Maynard, Pat Cafasso, Ed David- son, Lynn Newcomb. Third row: Whitney Bradham, Don DeSarro, Bob Ruggeri, Joey DelGois, Wayne Martin, Richard Bradham. Fourth row: Eddie Bridges, Lou Atkinson, John Apessos, Emil Capetola, Ronnie Kinsley, Nigk DeSibio. Fifth row: Jim Humphrey, James Guinn, Glenn Varney, Paul Brutch, Bob Stauffenberg, Harry Faust, Jack Henderson, Charles Maiden. Sixth row: Ladson Cub- boge, Louis Mossucco, Frank Peters, Carlton Grove, Jim McCIure, Toney Stump, Robert McLean, Tom Shepherson, Bob Lauver. Seventh row: Tony Carcaterra, Robert Kopko, Herbert Cooper, Maurice Brosky, Bob Hendricks, Oscar Stephenson. Eighth row: Joe Smith, J. B. Vaughn, Tony DeMotteo. running . . . passing . . . kicking ... the gridmen Elon 12 Alabama 13 The high-spirited Christians suffered a de- feat at the very beginning of the season. After traveling to Jacksonville, Ala., they dropped a heartbreaker to the Jacksonville State teachers, who were supposed to be much the superior. Dick Smith, Bob Stauffenberg, and Whit Bradham put the Christians ahead twice during the game, but when the final gun sounded it was 13 to 12, Elon on the short end. Jackson- ville ' s break came late in the fourth quarter when they recovered an Elon fumble on Elon ' s 3-yard line. Three plays later they scored for the final 13-12 count. Elon 53 Apprentice School 7 The second game of the 1956-57 season saw the Maroon and Gold fieldman bock on the winning leg as they smashed and shipwrecked rne shipbuilders from Newport News Apprentice School. The Christians fattened up their scoring column, with Stauffenberg, Smith, Kinsley, Humphries, Griggs, Richards, and Bradham all scoring touchdowns. It was not until the second half that the shipbuilders chalked up their lone tally. Jerry Prescott grabbed a Kerry Richard ' s pass and hot-footed it 55 yards for 6. The extra point made it 7. Other than this Elon ' s end zone was untouched and the final score wos 53-7. Elon 19 Appalachian 7 Almost opposite of lost year ' s score, the Elon Christians opened their North State Conference tilt by making the Appalachian Mountaineers wish they were billy goats. One of the most prominent factors was the Christian ' s forward wall; this along with a beautiful Whit Bradham run and a Smith to Corcatera pass play, told the story of the first half. The third period was hard played but uneventful as far as scoring goes. In the final period Appalachian posted their lone tally, and Elon topped it with 6 more points, to bring the final totals to 19-7 Chris- tians. Elon 7 East Carolina 19 The fighting Christians hope for a North State Conference title was slightly dampened OS the East Carolina Pirates knocked them into third place with a 1 9 to 7 clobbering. Quarterback Dick Smith scored Elon ' s lone touchdown, after a long sustained drive in which o Faust to Carcaterro pass combination really ate up the yardage. The Easties scores come in the first, second, and fourth periods on runs of 6, 9, and 1 yards by Nash, Maynard, and Speight respect- ively. The entire game was accompanied by a heavy fog which, along with the gome, did not help in the least to bolster the Christians ' spirits. display their talents Elon 14 Catawba 13 The Homecoming game of 1956 was a thrilling, fin- gernail-biting contest in which the Christians " sweated- it-out " until the final minutes of play. In the opening quarter the Indians jumped to a 6 to lead, which prevailed througho ut the remaining half. In the third period the men from Salisbury scored again, putting the count to 1 3 for Catawba and for the Elonites. It seems the average 226 lb. forward wall of the Indians was a bit troublesome. The final period proved a bit different, though. To start it off, we took a kicl .off and marched 85 successive yards on 6 " firsts " to the score. Bob Stauffenberg car- ried the pigskin over from the yard line and Ron Kinsley booted for the extra point. Now with two seconds left to play, Kerry Richards pitched the leather one yard to Tony Carcoterro for another score. Glen Varney clinched the thriller with the extra point. Elon 13 Lenoir Rhyne 27 The Lenoir Rhyne Bears proved too powerful for the late season tussle with the Christians. The Bears opened up the first half with 21 points to Elon ' s 0. In the second half the Maroon and Gold Gridders were good for 13 points, but the Bears also added 6 more to their total. When the contest ended, it was a sod 27-13 count in the Bears ' favor. Elon ' s scoring come first in the third period on a pass play from Richards to Carcoterro, good for 10 yards and 7 points. Our last 6 come in the fourth period on a one yard run by Maiden. ' THAT ' S THE END OF HIS LINE ' A VALUABLE POSSESSION " GETTING NOWHERE FAST " ' HOLD THAT PIGSKIN " " DOC AND DEE " CoQch and Coptair BASKETBALL Elon ' s quintet did a remarkable job in the 1956-57 Campaign. Their team, somewhat remodeled from the previous year, went on to post a good record and show success through- out the entire season. Also, as the season went on their plan improved. Our Christians lost some tough ones though, especially that one to High Point, 83 to 82. It must be recognized and appreciated that the achievements of the team took many hours of stiff practice under the capable and effi- cient eye of Coach Mathis. Our contingent of Dee Atkinson, Jim Crump, Ed Juratic, Paige Stout, Earl Stone, and Frank DeRita, was backed very closely by strong reserves, who certainly proved their worth many times. First row, left to right: James Crump, Larry Bulla, Gilbert Watts, Paige Stout. Second row: Ed Juratic, Tony Carcaterro, Marian Hargrove, Joe Turner. Third row: Frank DeRita, Gilbert Gates, Earl Stone, Buddy Woy, Dee Atkinson. ' NICE ONE EARL " ' REAL DRIVER " ' GOOD BLOCK ED ' ' CLEAR THOSE BOARDS " High Point, Appalachian, Lenoir Rhyne, V Highlights, and a bad one ... East Carolina GIRLS ' BASKETBALL w ide variety of activities Each year seems to bring added success and growth to the Intramural Athletics Program at Elon. Under the direction of Coach Jock Sanford, who worked diligently with the Intramural Council and managers of the various teams participating, this year ' s program proved to be quite successful. Planned for the benefit of students who do not participate in intercollegiate sports, a wide enough variety of activities is offered to give every student an opportunity to compete in at least one sport. Students who take port in the Intromurols have the opportunity to learn more about the minor sports. These include tennis, badminton, and volley boll. POLE VAULTING GIRLS ' BASKETBALL -jli offered through the intramurals Men and women students alike hove shown staff of officials were on hand. much interest in the activities throughout the year. To encourage participation in the Intramurals, Representative teams from the fraternities, sororl- , , , , , trophies were awarded to the winning teams and ties, dormitories, and various other campus organi- outstanding individuals in each sport. A per- zations took part in the competition. To supervise manent trophy was awarded to the individual with these games, a carefully selected and well-trained the most points. TABLE TENNIS • -»- . , " f " TONY CLOSES IN ' TRACK Elon 16 3-4, Roanoke 114 1-4 Elon 64 2-3, High Point 7 1-3 Elon 111, Lenoir Rhyne 39, A. C. C. 12 (Triangle Meet) Elon 66, Lynchbury 65. Elon second in Conference Meet. The Maroon and Gold " Tracksters " of 1956 ex- perienced a very successful season in which they were runner-up in the North State Championship contest. After trailing early in the meet, East Carolina ' s Pirates came from behind to clinch the title, with the Christians showing a close second. The outstanding performance of the meet was accomplished by the Christians ' Paul Watts. Watts, a senior from Taylors- ville, North Carolina, bettered the old mile mark by 22 seconds and set up a new mile record of 4 minutes, 38.5 seconds. Following East Carolina and Elon for the North State title were Catawba, Lenoir Rhyne, Atlantic Christian, and Guilford, in that order. 1 tj iil ■ p ■is Ir ' H 1 •f y- 1 M l ' ' ' 8 f i A.Ai i - ' • . 7 j . MEN ' S INTRAMURAL COUNCIL Composing the Men ' s in- tramural Council are repre- sentatives from all the men ' s dormitories, fraternities, the men day students, and the Veterans ' Club. This group serves as an advisory group for the Intramural director and works with him in plan- ning Intramural activities for the year. Their hard work and careful planning helped to make the 1956-1957 year a success. JEANNE GRIFFIN HEAD WOMEN ' S ATHLETIC DIRECTOR Mrs. Jeanne Griffin, a native of Virginia and an Elon graduate, has done a great deal to promote the interest of the women students in the physical education field. She planned and directed this year ' s Women ' s Athletic Association, which gave all women students an opportunity for participation in at least one sport. Because of her ability and willingness to work with students, she has become well known and liked by the entire student body. W. A. A. The Women ' s Athletic As- sociation is composed of the women students interested in athletics and offers them the opportunity to participate in a variety of sports. Under the guidance of Mrs. Jeonne Griffin, the following offi- cers led the group for the year: Evelyn Fritts, president; Betty Franks Reynolcif, vice-president; Norie Luce, secretary; Marion Glasgow, treas- urer; and Jeanne Payne, reporter. ' 56 BASEBALL SCORES The Christian ' s baseball nine paved the way for Elo " ' Williams 3 E s Carolina conference crown. In the last game Elon 13 Williams 3 Elon 6 Wittenberg 4 of the season, the Christians beat the Bears 13 to 1, Elon 2 West Carolina 9 , , , Elon 1 West Carolina 5 ' ' allowing the Pirates record to be tops. Elon 9 High Point 8 Elon 8 Guilford 9 The Maroon and Gold " diamonders " came out Elon 6 A. C. C. 2 , , , , , , , • n • i p. , , P ' Iford 1 ' ° ° record of their own. Mam stays ot E ' on 8 A. C. C. 3 ,-f g -gQ gi-e Nick Thompson, Bob Greene, Alton Elon 14 Appalachian 5 Elon 5 - Catawba 8 Meyers, Homer Hobgood, and Bob Shorpe, along with Elon 11 East Carolina 5 r-, , , , ,, Elon 10 High Point 1 ' ° " ° ' ° " 9 P ' tchmg staff. Elon Catawba 1 Elon 4 East Carolina 5 This year ' s team showed not only a good present Elon 5 Pfeiffer 8 . u . , , t EIq 2 Lenoir Rhyne 1 record, but also some promising young players for Elon 13 Lenoir Rhyne 1 he seasons in the future. BASEBALL First row, left to right: Joey DelGais, Don Lichok, Bobby Shorpe, Alton Meyers, Nick Thompson, Homer Hobgood, Don John- son, George Allen, Curtis Medlin. Second row: Jerry Holt, Bill Ross, Corbitt Hartley, Gilbert Watts, Larry Somers, Jack Henderson, Vince Bujon, Dolton Beamon. Third row: Hillery Motsinger, Tony Corcoterro, Clem Johnson, Paul Watts, Bobby Green, Dean Rob- inson, Mock Payne, Frank Goss. » k A 1- Left to right: Virgil Howell, Leslie Johnston, Steve Mauldin, Manager. ry Leitch, Chuck Oakley, Dick Simpson, Charles Johnson, TENNIS The tennis team of 1957 was a completely new outfit, and they did very well for themselves through- out the entire season. Their coach, Charles Johnson, did a remarkable job in getting his team in shape and guiding them through the campaign. GOLF The 1956 golf team — featuring the " four L ' s, " Leighton, Landress, Loy, and Lloyd — took the team title for ' 56 at Starmount Country Club in Greensboro. Previous to winning the title, they nad an ex- cellent season, going undefeated and untied. Good going, boys!! Left to right: Don Holt, Roy McGriff, Bobby Loy, Jim Leighton. ' : m Mr ik. je xiu t£ Homecoming . . . the alumni, a victorious football game, and plenty of rain as usual . . . the annual Homecoming Dance with the spons- ors in their glory . . . traditional beauty at Elon College — the queen and her court on May Day . . . the qualities most desired as personified by the outstanding fourteen of Who ' s Who ... the Valentine Dance — a last fling before exams . . . Senior Banquet and fond farewells . . . the evolution of the social phase of our life for four years . . . days and dates to remember. ' Loyal Subjects of her Mojesty " " Queen Evelyn Reigns " ' Elon Girls return to the Gay Ni " Throne of Royalty " Homecoming Parade creates enthusiastic " Choir Beauties " approva ' ' " ■ Ml .. . .j iiiiiii t y.. r : i " J First row, left to right: Martha Rohart, SIGMA MU SIGMA; Carol Earl, IOTA TAU KAPPA; Penny Updyke, STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION; Cleve Gayle, SIGMA PHI BETA; Hcrlene Howell, CAROLINA HALL; Marianne McEvoy, FRESHMAN CLASS; Dottle Apple, PI KAPPA TAU; Jackie Love, TAU ZETA PHI; Sylvia O ' Connell, MONOGRAM CLUB; Laura Seaman, ELON CHOIR; Louan Lambeth, FRENCH CLUB; Ann Minter, CARLTON HOUSE; Charlotte Williamson, ALPHA PI DELTA. Second row: Mary Lou Booth, MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION; Patricia Coghill, BETA OMICRON BETA; Jeannette Hassell, KAPPA PSI NU; Laura Little, CLUB HOUSE; Patricio Chrismon, JUNIOR CLASS; Betty Earp, DAY STUDENTS; Billie Faye Barrett, HOME ECONOM- ICS CLUB; Peggy Wood, EAST DORMITORY; Jennie Keck, SENIOR CLASS; Jo Ann Atkins, VETERANS CLUB; Jane Flythe, BETA CHI EPSILON; Marjorie Putman, NORTH DORMITORY; Linda Simpson, SOPHOMORE CLASS; Mary Ruth Whitten, ELON PLAY- ERS; Yvonne Winstead, ALPHA PSI OMEGA. Homecoming Queen and her royal yi liA[[.rin . h. . ' ,lillfiW« EVELYN FRITTS Queen MARGARET PATILLO Maid-of-Honor court i SENIOR ATTENDANTS Janet Crabtree Jean Cannady Escorted by Kerry Richards Escorted by Robert Bergman JUNIOR ATTENDANTS Patricia Chrismon Sylvia O ' Connell Escorted by Tony DeMatteo Escorted by Bob Stauffenberg May Day. ..1957 June G. Alston Frances Knight Carver Larry Barnes Frances Knight Carver Evelyn Fritts Fourteen students from the senior and culoted yearbook. This annual publication junior classes will represent Elon College lists student leaders in educational institu- in the 1956-57 edition of WHO ' S WHO tions throughout the nation. The selection AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNI- VERSITIES AND COLLEGES, nationally cir- Ben Kendall of these students, which is uniform for all universities and colleges, is based on a per- Margaret Patillo WHO ' S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN Earl Grant Alfred Hassell Jeannette Hassell centage of enrollment. Selections of stu- dent ore excellent in scholarship, leader- dents for submission to the nationally cir- ship, participation in extra-curricular and culated yearbook which list and give bi- academic activities, citizenship and service ographical sketches is made by a campus to the school, and promise of future useful- committee. Criteria for selection of a stu- ness to business and society. 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