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

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(Ho oueA uUke THROUGH THE YEARS X 0 Nineteen Hundred Fifty-Eight Published by the students of ELON COLLEGE El on College. North Carolina Patricia Coghill Stuart Fyke Nancy Lemmons Business Manager Co-edifor!i J. E. RoBuiNS, Jr. Photographer ' ? ife :S! |W8B, LAUGHTER INSTRUCTION The Phi Psi Cli Staff proudly presents to you, the students of Elon College, this pictorial review of the events which oc- curred during the 1957-1958 school year on the Elon College Campus. As you go through the years at Elon, many happy memories will be yours. To sustain those memories of various happen- ings during this year has been our aim in editing this book. It is our hope that this Annual will become one of your cherished possessions, and that during the following years you may relive some of the experi- ences which you had at Elon College by looking at the 1957-1958 Phi Psi Cli. WITHIN THESE PAGES WE STRIVE ELON! CONCENTRATION TO PORTRAY.,. (Ho cue . LIVING x. LAUGHING. ..LEARNING and LOVING lon OJoUege elon college North Carolina of Jilt Prceiatiil TO THE CLASS OF 1958 You ha e completed four years of college work. I congratulate you upon this attainment. The liberal arts training which you have received here on the campus of this Christian college will help you immeasurably as you take your place as a responsible citizen in society and as a useful member of your chosen profession. We hope that, as a result of your training here, that several changes have taken place. First, we hope that you have learned to think. The world desperately needs people who can think objectively and creatively about the problems which face m.ankind, particularly those in the realm of human affairs. Many of you are qualified to help in meeting this need. Seconci, we hope that your faith in the Christian way of living has been strengthened. As you leave this campus may you be nnore concerned about your fellow man, your relation to each other and to God. May you leave with a spirit of dedication to the Christian way of life and with a determination to give yourself wholeheartedly in helping to bring a spirit of love, cooperation, and peace to all the world. It is our hope that Elon College has given you adequate and thorough preparation and our prayer that God will give you guidance, wisdom, courage and strength for " the living of these days. " Sincerely yours. J. E. Danieley President ■rf ' ' ' 1 L. Dedicated To Mr. D. R. Fonville, Sr. DeRoy Ransom Fonville, Sr., a graduate of Elon College in the class of 1904, teacher in the public schools in the states of Georgia and North Carolina, received the M. A. degree from Elon College in 1907; a grad- uate of the University of Virginia Law School in 1909 with Phi Beta Kappa honors, admitted to the practice of law in North Carolina in 1910; served on the Board of Aldermen and the School Board of the City of Burlington, charter member and former president of the Kiwanis Club of Burling- ton, N. C. ; served as Y. M. C. A. secretary in service in France with the American Expeditionary Forces attached to the Second Di vision in 1918-1919, awarded the Croix de Guerre in May, 1919; a deacon and trustee of the First Christian Church (Congregational Christian) of Burlington, elected to the Board of Trustees of Elon in 1914 and has served as secretary of the Board since 1948. To Mr. Fonville, a leading citizen, a dedicated churchman, a loyal supporter of Christian higher education, we the members of the senior class dedicate the 1958 Phi Psi Cli. ADMINISTRATIVE LEADERS GUIDE AND DIRECT Deans ' Messages To the Graduating Class: As you complete your work at Elon College, I hope your activities both as a class and si.s individ- uals entitle you to the satisfaction of feeling that this place of learning is a better institution for your having been here. It is also my hope that you have acquired an understanding of the world you live in and your place in it. Our own nation ' s most valuable re- source is the intelligence of its sons and daugh- ters: and our institutions, if they are to be kept free, can be entrusted only to those who fullv understand them and have the capacity to work through them. You have no doubt learned the need for com- bining knowledge and faith. Spiritual forces must be predominant in nations which are today pos- sessed of great material might if our civilization is to be worth preserving. And you stand ready, I am sure, to assume your share of the responsi- bility for lifting that civilization to new heights. Sincerely yours, H. H. Cunningham Dean of College us mJuHcoA To the Class of 1958: A working definition of education says that it is the " process of growing up by learning. " You have been pursuing " organized education " for about sixteen years. You have persevered. Your diplomas indicate that you fought the good fight thus far. It is hoped that you will think of your edu- cation as a process rather than a product, that you will plan that your education shall go on and on. Meantime, Elon College will be proud of you and will miss vou. You must come back often to visit the GREATER ELON COLLEGE, WHICH YOU HAVE HELPED TO ERECT. Sincerely yours, J. C. Colley Dean of Men eoA . . To the Class of 1958: As I look back across the years I have lived and the miles I have traveled, at the people I have known, it seems to me that the successful life is made up of almost equal parts of thought, work, prayer, and laughter; richly seasoned, of course, with music, love, beauty, fun, and consideration of others. I could wish nothing better for any of you. God go with you, every one, and give you joy and rich fulfillment. Sincerely, Marjorie Hereford Dean of Women N • ■ Dedication Faculty and Staff Student Body Organizations Fraternities and Sororities Athletics Features Advertisements MILDRED S. ARCHER B.S.. M.A. Associate Professor of English William h. archer A.B., M.A. Associate Professor of French and Spanish Professor of History JOHN W. BARNEY A.B. Professor of English (Retired) FACULTY GEORGE H. BENOLKEN, JR. C. ROBERT BENSON, JF A.B.. M.A.. Ph.D. Professor of Education; Freshman Counselor W. JENNINGS BERRY, JR. A.B. English WILLIAM T. BLACKSTONE A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Philosophy NED F. BRANNOCK A.B., M.A., M.S.. Litt.D. Professor of Chemistry (Retired) WILLIAM M. BROWN A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Professor of Social Science JOSEPH BRYSON A.B., M.Ed. (Candidate) Assistant Professor of Physic Education: Assistant Footba Coach MARY G. BUTLER A.B., M.Ed. Assistant Professor of Home Economics LUTHER N. BYKD A.B.. M.A. CLARENCE B. CARSON B.S.. M.A., Ph.D. HUGH CAZEL B.S. PAUL H. CHEEK B.S., Ph.D. Professor of English: Publicity Director Associate Professor of History Instructor of Mathematics Chairman of Department of Natural Sciences: Professor of Chemistry FACULTY JOSHUA C. COLLEY A.B., M.A., Ph.D. (Candidate) Dean of Men: Chairman of Department of Education and Psychology: Professor of Education Dean of College: Chairman i Department of Social Scienc Professor of History RAYMOND F. DOWNING A.B. Assistant Professor of German EDWARD R. EPPERSON B.S.. M.A. Assistant Professor of ilJUT A. I-ISHKR M.S. liLAKK VV. GODFREY A.H., n..S.M., M.SM. JOHN S. GRAVES A.B.. M.A. ■ er in Mathematics As sistant Professor of Voice Associate Professor of Religi Education and Bible JEANNE GRIFFIN nstructor of Physical Education HENRY S. HACKNEY ;., M.A., Ph.D. (Candida Assistant Professor of Modern Languages MILDRED HAFF A.B.. M.A. Assistant Professor of Mathematics Professor of Biology FACULTY ILFRED S. HASSELL A.B. ictor of Business Education Professor of Englis ALONZO L, HOOK A.B., M.A.. M.S. Chairman of Department Mathematics: Professor Chairman of Department English and Dramatic Al Professor of English FRED L. KEISLING A.B. Instructor of Physics JOHN R. KITTP NCl- B.S.. B.D., S.T.M. Assistant Professor ( Bible and English ALFRED KOGER GORDON LAHEY Professor of Psychology C. ALBIN LINDQUIST B.S.. M.S. Associate Professor of FRANCES C. LONGEST W. S. LOWTHER FACULTY GRAHAM L. MATHIS CLYDE T. McCANTS A.B.. M.A. Associate Professor of Englis PEARL s. McDonald A.B., M.A. rofessor of French FLETCHER MOORE A.B., M.A. airman of Department Fine Arts: Professor of Piano and Organ Assistant Professor of Art Mathematics MIL S. REDDISH A.B., M.A. rofessor of Biology WILLIAM T. REECE B.S.. M.B.A.. C.P.A. Professor of Business Adr stration: Acting Chairman the Department of Busint Administration Chairman of Department of Philosophy and Religion: Professor of Religion. Greek, and Philosophy Assistant Professor of Piano Chairman of Department of Health and Physical Educatio Baseball Coach: Professor o Health and Physical Educati JAMES L. SARTIN. JR. B.S.. B.S. M.B.A. Assistant Professor of Business Administration FACULTY RAY B. SIZEMORE B.S.. M.Ed. of Sociology BESSIE P. SLOAN A.B., M.A. Assistant Professor of Spa JOHN L. STONE A.B. nstructor of Mathematii DEWEY M. STOWERS. JR. ARNOLD C. STRAUCH B.S.. M.A., Ed.D. Professor of Education TESSIK Z TAYLIIR Professor of EnElif JOHN L. WELLS JOHN F. WEST B.S.. M.S. A.B., M.A. Professor of English JOHN WESTMORELAND Professor of Pi: MELVIN E. WOOTON. JR. B.S.. M.A. Associate Professor of Dramatics WILLIAM I!. TERRELL BETTY WOOTON RMA LEATH STAFF of the College NANCY KERNODLE FRANCES RIDGE Secretary to the Business Secretafy to the Regist ffl Q First row, loft to right: Dexter Lancaster, Mar jorie Putman, Barbara Ellis, Richard Lashley, Vic Hoffman Linwood Kurd, Earl Murray, Jean Ley. Second row: Carl Whitesell, June Campbell, Peggy Zimmerman, Lacy Slayton, Duke Daily, Katie Langley, Marion Glasgow, Joyce Myers, Dwight Moore. Third row: James Pierce, Louis Duke Lacy Hall Parlia- mentarian; Louan Lambeth, Secretary; Robert Rickover, Charles Bivens, Zac Walker. Fourth row: Ronald Bergman Speaker. " ' THE STUDENT LEGISLATURE The Student Legislature is the supreme legislative power in the student body. The representatives are chosen from the various dormitories and classes. The representatives are chosen by the students they are to represent. Officers in the Legislature are as follows : Speaker of the House, who is the Vice-Presi- dent of the Student Body ; Speaker Pro-tem, Parliamentarian, Secretary, and Reading Clerk. The Legislature is one of the most important bodies in the Student Government. STUDENT BODY OFFICERS Jerry Loy President Ronnie Bergman Vice-President Linda Simpson Secretary-Treasurer Left to right: Walter Edmunds, Anne Bass, John McLauchlin, Dottie Apple, Faye Gordon, Sam White. Left to right : Bobby F. Johnson, Janet B James Biggerstaff, Betty Earp, Lew Atchison. HONOR COUNCIL STUDENT COUNCIL The Honor Council, which tries cases concerning violations of the Honor Code and Campus Code, maintains a significant phase of Student Govern- ment at Elon. The Council promotes Christian living in all functions of college life. Two seniors, two jun- iors, one sophomore, and one freshman serve on the Council. The Student Council is a part of the Student Gov- ernment. Its duties are to try misdemeanors violat- ing the student constitution of the college. Two men, two women, and one student from the student body at large are elected annually. INTERDORMITORY COUNCILS The Interdormitory Councils represent all dormitory students. The Councils ' main functions are to make the rules which affect the conduct of the students in the dormitories and to serve as a court to try violators of the dormitories ' rules and counsel with them. The Councils also speak for the dormitory students in matters concerning the college. First row, left to right: Rebecca Matthews, Fere- bee Abbott. Second row: Patricia Coghill, Gaynelle Branton, Margaret Butler. Third row: Jackie Wil- liamson, Mary Ann Turner, Martha Langley, Carole Earle. First row, ' left to right: Leigh Wills, Frank Har- rell, Tony Stump. Second row: Carlton Grove, Lafay- ette Wilkins, J. C. Pulliam. OFFICERS John Biggerstaff Jeanne Payne Vice-President Nancy Goforth Secretary Jean Coghill Treasurer THE SENIOR CLASS ALLRED, Don Clinton, 405 Pine St., Burlington, N. C, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Day Stu- dent ' s Organization 1, 2, 3, 4. ALSTON, June G., Jr., 734 Crescent Drive, Reids- ville, N. C, BIOLOGY. Kappa Psi Nu, Reporter and Historian 2; Dormitory Secretary 2, President 3; Class President 2; Vice-President of Student Body 3; Chemistry Club, President 4; Speaker of Student Legislature 3; Student Affairs Committee, Chair- man 4; Freshmen Orientation Committee, Chairman 3, 4; Commencement Marshal 3; German Club; WHO ' S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERI- CAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES 3, 4. APESSOS, John, 12 Schoonmaker Ave., Monessen, Pa., BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Sigma Phi Beta, Honor Council 3; Football 1, 2, 3. ASHLEY, Ruth H., Box 663, Elon College, N. C, ENGLISH. Women ' s Athletic Association 2, 3, 4; Day Student ' s Organization 2, 3. BENNETT, Bobby E., 5101 Wedgewood Drive, Char- lotte, N. C. BENNETT, J. Mai, c o W. W. Shope, Sr., Weaver- ville, N. C, BU SINESS ADMINISTRATION. " E " Men ' s Club 1, 2; Football 1, 2; Track 1, 2, 3; Intra- murals 1, 2, 3, 4. BIGGERSTAFF, John D., 109 Glenwood Ave., Bur- lington, N. C, PHILOSOPHY. Sigma Mu Sigma, Chaplain 2; Class President 4; Day Student ' s Organ- ization, Vice-President 3; Student Legislature 2, 3, Chaplain 3, Board of Elections 3; Cheerleader 2, 3; Philosophy Club, Vice-President 4; MAROON AND GOLD, Associate Editor 3, 4; Homecoming Parade Committee 3, 4; Intramural Sports 3; WHO ' S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVER- SITIES AND COLLEGES. BIVINS, Charles F., 1707 Brown Ave., Grove Park, Burlington, N. C, PHILOSOPHY. Student Legisla- ture 4; Day Student ' s Organization 1, 2, 3, 4; Vet- erans ' Club 3, 4; Philosophy Club 4; German Club 3; Spanish Club 1. BLANCHARD, Robert L., Jr., 407 Mimosa Drive, Greensboro, N. C, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Alpha Pi Delta, Pan Hellenic Council 3; Student Legislature 2, 3; Dance Committee 2, 3; Cheerleader 3, 4; Choir 1; Freshman Orientation Committee 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3. BOELTE. Edwin, Box 10, Vernon Hill, Va. BOLICK, Hubert F., 311 N. St. John St., Burlington, N. C, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. BOLICK, Leo M., 316 Trail 4, Grove Park, Burlington, N. C, MATHEMATICS. BRADY, Charles, 407 Hyde St., Burlington, N. C, MATHEMATICS. BRADHAM, Richard P., 18-B Kendrick St., Sumter, S. C, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Iota Tau- Kappa; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; " E " Men ' s Club 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4. BRADLEY, Earl F., 601 E. Covington St., Laurinburg, Pre.sident 3, Interdormitory Council 3, Secretary. N. C, PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Dormitory BRANTON, Gaynelle, Route 5, Shelby, N. C, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delta Upsilon Kappa, Vice-President 4; A. A. Degree Brevard Junior College; Women ' s Athletic Association 3, 4; Intramur- als 3, 4; Interdormitory Council 3, 4. BREWER, R. Lester, Route 1, Bennett, N Education Club 3, 4. BROWN, Woodrow W C, SOCIAL SCIENCE. Kappa Psi Nu; Veterans ' Club 3, 4; 20 Chestnut St., Sumter, S. C, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. T t Bl ' RKE, Carl W., Jr., 1.522 W. Davis St., Burlington, N. C, BIOLOGY. Sigma Mu Sigma. BUSICK, Beamon R., Box 172, Elon College, N. C, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. CAREY, Stanley O., Route 5, Burlington, N. C, PUBLIC SCHOOL MUSIC. Sigma Mu Sigma. CARTER. William V., 206-C Veterans ' Apartments, Elon College, N. C.„ BUSINESS ADMINISTRA- TION. WHO ' S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. CASS. Stewart T., 1612 N. College Park Drive, Greensboro, N. C, ENGLISH. Alpha Pi Delta, Secre- tary-Treasurer 2; Band 1, 2; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Madhatter ' s Elon Quartet 1, 2, 3, 4. CHRISMON. Patricia Ellen. Route 6, Reidsville, N. C, BUSINESS EDUCATION. Delta Upsilon Kappa, Corresponding Secretary 3; Beta Chi Epsilon; Secretary-Treasurer of Student Body 3; Fresh- man Orientation Committee 4; Women ' s Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Cheer- leader 2, 3, 4, Chief Cheerleader 4; Commencement Marshal 3, Homecoming Sponsor 2, 3; Homecom- ing Maid of Honor 4, May Court 3, May Queen 4; WHO ' S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. COGHILL, Jean, Route 4, Henderson, N. C, ENGLISH. Beta Omicron Beta, President 3, Secretary 4; Education Club, Treasurer 4; Senior Class Treasurer 4; PHI PSI CLI 3; Dance Committee 4; Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2; Women ' s Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 1, 2; Education Club 3, 4; Home Economics Club 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Homecoming Sponsor 2; Com- mencement Marshal 3; WHO ' S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. COGHILL, Patricia Lee, Route 4, Henderson, N. C, RELIGIOUS EDUCATION. Beta Omicron Beta, Treasurer 3; Interdormitory Council 2, 4; Class Secretary 2; Dance Committee 2; Student Christian Association, Chairman of Campus Affairs 2, Vice-President 3, Chairman of World Order 4, U. S. F. Delegate 1; Ministerial Association 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 1, 2, Secretary-Treasurer 2; Women ' s Ath- letic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Education Club 3, 4; Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; Orientation Committee 3; PHI PSI CLI 3, 4, Co-editor 4; Commencement Marshal 3; Homecoming Sponsor 3; WHO ' S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. COMPTON, James S., Jr., Box 234, Cedar Grove, N. C, MUSIC. Sigma Mu Sigma, Treasurer 4; Pres- ident of Carlton House 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Christian ' tion 1, 2; Student Legislature 3, German Club 2; Intramurals 2, 4. iiw CREECH. Jerry K., 324 McLean St., Portsmouth, Va., HISTORY. Wy ..j I J. 1 J c 0 o w W H .-3l)»i« % Sigma Phi CUGGABE. Ladson C... Jr.. 21 Riley St., Sumter, S. C, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Beta: " E " Men ' s Club, President .3; Vice-President North Dormitory .3; Football 2, 3, 4. CURTIS. C. Marshall, Climax, N. C, MATHEMATICS AND PHYSICS. WHO ' S WHO AMONG STU- DENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. DAVIS, Jane Adam.s, Route 1, Raleigh, N. C, ENGLISH. Delta Upsilon Kappa; Alpha Psi Omega; Choir 1, 2; Elon Players 1, 2, 3; Women ' s Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Cheer- leader 2, 3, 4; Homecoming Sponsor 2; Spanish Club 1, Secretary 1; Dance Committee 2, 3; Orientation Committee 2, 3, 4; May Court 4. J.. 162 E. Savory St., Pottsville, Pa., BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Sigma DERITA Kapp [TA, Frank A., 2408 Pacific St., Brooklyn 33, N. Y., BUSI .a; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; " E " Men ' s Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1 BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Iota Tau 1 E. Maiden St., Washington, Pa., HISTORY. North Dormitory President 4; Foot- DESARRO, Donald, ball 1, 2, 3, 4. DIXON, Max T., 1124 Lindsay St., Reidsville, N. C, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. DRIVER, James D., 1502 Tarleton Ave., Burlington, N. C, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. DRUM, Robert H., 1007 Forest St., Reidsville, N. C, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND HISTORY. Spanish Club 1, 2; German Club 4; Day Student ' s Organization 1, 2, 3, 4. DUNCAN, Terrell K., 809 N. Graham— Hopedale Rd., Burlington, N. C, PHYSICS AND MATHEMAT- ICS. ' ' ELLEN, Harold T., Box 303, Angier, N. C, PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Iota Tau Kappa; Baseball 3,4. FAGGART, Richard L., P. O. Box 424, Burlington, N. C, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND MATHEMA TICS. FARGIS, James M., 315 S. Washington Ave., Reidsville, N. C, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Class Vice-President 1, 2; Choir 1; French Club 1, 2; Day Student ' s Organization 2, 4. 533 Wilksboro St., Mocksville, N. C, ENGLISH. Elon Players 3, FIELDS, Norman L., Box 54. Ramseur, N. C, HISTORY. Alpha Pi Delta; Pi Gamma Mu. FARTHING, Llovd D Team 3. FOSTER, Charles L., 412 Maple Ave., Burlington, N. C, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Sigma Phi Beta, Secretary 2; Day Student ' s Organization 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 2, 3; Pan-Hellenic Council 2; German Club 1; May Court 3, 4; Homecoming Court 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3. FRET WELL, Curtis S., Route 7, Burlington, N. C, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Veterans ' Club. FRYE, Katrine, Route 3, Liberty, N. C, ENGLISH. Women ' s Athletic Association, Intramural Sports, Education Club; Day Student ' s Organization. FRYE, Onita, Route 3, Liberty, Treasurer 4; Intramural Sports N. C, ENGLISH. Women ' s Athle ; Day Student ' s Organization. ;ic Association; Education Club, GADDIS, Doris, 533 Holly St., Asheboro, N. C, HOME ECONOMICS. Tau Zeta Phi, Summer School Honor Council 3; Commencement Marshal 3; Chairman of Dance Committee 4; Women ' s Athletic As- sociation Council 4, Women ' s Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 2, 4; Dance Committee 2, 3, 4; Entertainment Committee 4. GARRETT. Betty F., Route 3, Burlington, N. C, BUSINESS EDUCATION. Beta Chi Epsilon; Elon Players, Student Director 1; Women ' s Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Education Club 4; French Club 2; Day Student ' s Organization 1, 2, 3, 4. GIBSON, Steve B., 308 Mulberry Ext., Martinsville, Va., PHYSICS AND MATHEMATICS. GOFORTH, Nancy Selena, 908 Highland Ave., Hendersonville, N. C, BIOLOGY. Delta Upsilon Kappa, Corresponding Secretary 4; Senior Class Secretary; Chemistry Club, Secretary-Treasurer 4; May Court 4; Transferred from Brevard Junior College with A. A. degree. GRAF, Donald E., 640 E. 35th St., Baltimore 18, Maryland, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Sigma Phi Beta. GRIFFIN, D. Tracy, 400 Sykes Ave., Greensboro, N. C, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Iota Tau Kappa, Secretary 2; German Club 1, 2, 3; Football 1, 2; Track 1, 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Intra- mural Council 1, 2. GUITE, Richard C, 118 Russwin Rd., New Britain, Conn., BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. GRIZZARD. Lois Jean, P. O. Box 204, Courtland, Va., MUSIC. Choir 3, 4; Transferred from Flora Macdonald Coliege. HALL, Jon L., 128 S. Lincoln St., Kent, Ohio, ENGLISH. Iota Tau Kappa. HALL, Lacy G., 206 W. Front St., Burlington, N. C, PHILOSOPHY. Philosophy Club, President 4; Day Student ' s Organization, President 4; Student Legislature, Parliamentarian 4; North State Student Government Council 4; North Carolina State Student Legislative Assembly 4; North Carolina State Intrim Council. HARGROVE, Marion D., Route 1, Snow Camp, N. C, PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Iota Tau Kappa, Basketball 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4. HARRELL, Clarence E., Route 1, Box 597, Suffolk, Va., MATHEMATICS AND PHYSICS. Kappa Psi Nu, President 4; Choir 1, 2, 3; Elon Players 2, 3. HARRIS, Harold M., Route 1, Pittsboro, N. C, MATHEMATICS. Kappa Psi Nu. HEATH, Paul R., Box 681, Elon College, N. C, MATHEMATICS. Alpha Pi Delta, Vice-President 2, 3, President 4; Day Student ' s Organization 1, 4; Bookstore Manager 1, 2, 3; Education Club 4. HEDGEFETH, Betty, Cheek Lane, Graham, N. C, ENGLISH. Education Club; Women ' s Athletic Association. HENDERSON, Jack L., 705 Second St., Towanda, Pa., PHYSICAL EDUCATION. " E " Men ' s Club 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. HENDRICKS, Robert C, 220 Honeymoon St., Danville, Pa., HISTORY AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRA- TION. Sigma Phi Beta, President 3; Pan Hellenic Council 4, President 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; May Court 4. HOLT, Charles R., 1344 Long St., Burlington, N. C, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. HUNT, Alice Cole, King St., Hillsboro, N. C, HISTORY. Pi Gamma Mu, Secretary 4; Day Student ' s Organization 1, 2, 4; WHO ' S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COL- LEGES. JESSEP, Dorothy Humble, Route 1, Liberty, N. C, ENGLISH. Pi Kappa Tau; Student Council 2; Education Club 4; Day Student ' s Organization 3, 4; Psiphelian Literary Society (1929, 1930, 1931); Women ' s Athletic Association 3, 4. JOHNSON, Bobby F., 305 Caswell St., Burlington, N. C, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Sigma Mu Sigma, Secretary 2; Class Treasurer 2; Student Council 1, 3, 4, Clerk 4; Day Student ' s Organiza- tion 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 2. .(ft r i1» A- «■ it 1 |ft en en PS o en W CD o CD ffi i JOHNSON, Henry C, Box 442, Siler City, N. C, MATHEMATICS. JOHNSTON, Mary Ann, 1341 Granville St., Burlington, N. C, MUSIC AND ENGLISH. Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Interdormitory Council 2; WHO ' S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. JONES, Bobby L., 1410 Pinecroft Rd., Greensboro, N. C, PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Iota Tau Kappa. JONES, Clara Hughes, 618 Sideview St., Graham, N. C, ENGLISH. JONES, James E., 519 Maple Ave., Reidsville, N. C, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. French Club 3, 4; Day Students ' Organization 2, 3, 4; Veterans ' Club 3, 4; Transferred from Catawba College. JORDAN, R. Curtis, 906 Plaid St., Burlington, N. C, MATHEMATICS AND PHYSICS. JOYCE, Gary D., Forth St., Fieldale, Va., PHYSICAL EDUCATION. JOYNER, Otis Vernon, Walters, Va., MUSIC. Sigma Mu Sigma; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Vice- President 3, President 4; Band 1, 2; French Club 1, 2, Secretary 2; Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 2; German Club 2; Accompanist for the Madhatter ' s Quartet. KECK, Dorothy Ellen, 2012 S. Church St., Burlington, N. C, PUBLIC SCHOOL MUSIC. Tau Zeta Phi; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Legislature 1, 2; Day Students ' Organization 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, 3; Cheerleader 2, 3; Pan Hellenic Council 2; Elon Players 2; Dance Committee 2, 3; Homecoming Spon- sor 4; Commencement Marshal 3. KING, Jerry Wayne, Rt. 7, Burlington, N. C, BIOLOGY. French Club 2; Chemistry Club 3, President 4. Vice- KINNEY, Thomas E., Jr., Box 341, Elon College, N. C, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. KINSLEY, Ronald E., Rt. 2, Towanda, Pa., HISTORY. Football 1, 2, 3, 4. KIVETT, Henry Landon, 713 N. Main St., Burlington, N. C, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. French Club 1, 2; Philosophy Club 5. KOPKO, Robert, 117 Eighth St., Monessen, Pa., BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND HISTORY. Sigma Phi Beta; North Dormitory Vice-President 3, President 4; Spanish Club 1; Interdormitory Coun- cil 3, 4; " E " Men ' s Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4; May King 4; WHO ' S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. LANGLEY, Kenneth F., Rt. 1, Staley, N. C, HISTORY AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 0fw LEMMONS, Jimmy Baxter, 1206 Maple St., Greensboro, N. C, PHYSICS. Platoon Leaders ' Class, U. S. M. C. 3, 4; French Club 3; Day Students ' Organization 1, 2, 3, 4. LEMMONS, Nancy Anita, 448 Chapel Hill Rd., Burlington, N. C, BUSINESS EDUCATION. Beta Omicron Beta, Secretary 2, President 4; Beta Chi Epsilon 2; Education Club 4; Day Students ' Organiza- tion 1, 2, 4; Women ' s Athletic Association 1, 2, 4; Intramural Sports 2, 4; Summer School Commence- ment Marshal 3; PHI PSI CLI Co-editor 4; WHO ' S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. LEWIS, Marion B., 507 W. Gilbreath St., Graham, N. C, MATHEMATICS. Summer School Commence- ment Marshal 3. LEWIS, Thomas B., Rt. 2, Chadbourn, N. C, HISTORY. Alpha Players. Omega; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Elon LONG, Harold O., 1003 W. South St., Raleigh, N. C, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Sigma Phi Beta. LOVE, Jacqueline. 411 Fountain Place, Burlington, N. C, MUSIC. Tau Zeta Phi, Secretary 1, Vice- President 2; Pan Hellenic Council 3; Hon or Council 1; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Day Student ' s Organization 1, 2, 3, 4; Homecoming Sponsor 3; Shackley Award Winner 3; Summer School Commencement Marshal. LOY, Jerry A.. 715 South Main St., Graham, N. C, HISTORY AND ENGLISH. Alpha Pi Delta, Alpha Psi Omega; Sophomore Class President; Student Body President 4; President of North State Confer- ence Student Government 4; Student Legislature 3; Elon Players 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 2; Faculty- Student Relations Committee 3; North Carolina Student Assembly 3, 4; Intrim Council 3, 4; Member of Rules Committee of N. C. Student Assembly; Chief Commencement Marshal 3; Debating Club 2; Intramural Football 1, 2; MAROON AND GOLD 4; Best Supporting Actor Award 1, Best Actor Award 2; WHO ' S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. LOY, Robert S., Jr.. 420 Glenwood Ave., Burlington, N. C, PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Day Student ' s Organization 4; Golf Team 3, 4. LYON, J. Thomas, Jr., 500 Sykes Ave., Greensboro, N. C, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. French Club 3, 4; Day Student ' s Organization 1, 2, 3, 4. MANGUM. Carlton W., 117 Forest Drive, Burlington, N. C, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. MARION, Marie, 602 Sideview St., Graham, N. C, RELIGION. Transferred from Guilford College. MARTIN, Allen J.. Jr., 1103 N. Main St., Burlington, N. C, HISTORY. Science Club 1,2; Interna- tional Relations Club 1, 2; Philosophy Club 4; Day Student ' s Organization 3, 4; Intramural Sports 1, 2; Student Christian Association 1, 2. McCarthy, Richard J., 6.325 Avenue T, Brooklyn 34, N. Y., BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Sigma Phi Beta. McCULLOCK, S. Mack. 840 Spring St., Burlington, N. C, MATHEMATICS. McKINNEY. William J., Route 2, Ro.xboro, N. C, MATHEMATICS. Alpha Pi Delta. McMILLAN. Marvin R.. Route 2, Bear Creek, N. C, PHYSICAL EDUCATION. MEADOWS, Johnny. 304 New Bridge St., Jacksonville, N. C, BIOLOGY. MEDLIN, Carole Morrison, 819 Rainey St., Burlington, N. C, ENGLISH. Beta Omicron Beta, tion Club 1, 3, 4; Day Student ' s Organization 1, 2, 3, 4; Women ' s Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, MELLBERG. Adolph G., Box 444, Elon College, N. C, HISTORY. MEREDITH, E. Andy, Box 225, Graham, N. C, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. MEREDITH, Helen Nott, Box 225, Graham, N. C, HOME ECONOMICS. Pi Kappa Tau, Secretary 4; Homecoming Maid of Honor 2; French Club 1; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Education Club 2, 3; Day Student ' s Organization 1, 2, 3, 4; Women ' s Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4. MOONEYHAM. Robert L.. 1340 Kilby St., Burlington, N. C, PHYSICS. MOORE, Claude R., Jr., .322 Bland Blvd., Burlington, N. C, Philosophy Club 3, 4; Sigma Mu Sigma; Homecoming Committee 3, 4; French Club 4. MOORE. Dwight W.. Route 2, Madison, N. C, HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY. Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4, President 4; Student Legislature 4; Ministerial Association 2, 3, 4, President 3; Day Student ' s Organi- zation 4; Philosophy Club 4; Choir 4; Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4; WHO ' S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. MOORE, Lorene Anne, Route 4, Salem, Ohio, MUSIC, ferred from Cleveland Bible College. Ministerial Association 3; Choir 3, 4; Trans- - - " ] Pt • if 1 n n o n o en O CD !f . d S Ml ' - tii h f ri " ' ft MORITA, ShiRcmi, 1060 Kitashuzeicho, Senbontake Yamachidori, Higashilru, Kamikvo-Ku, Kyoto City, Japan, HISTORY. Student Christian Association 3, 4. MOSELEY, Geneva Kathryn, Box 511, Elon College, N. C, PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Tau Zeta Phi, Secretary 3; Elon Players 1; Spanish Club 2; Women ' s Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 3. MOTSINGER, Hilary M., Rt. 3, KernersviUe, N. C, MATHEMATICS. Sisma Mu Sipma; WHO ' S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. NARDELLI, Roprer H., Box 058, Burlington, N. C, ENGLISH. Sifcma Mu Sijjma; Day Students ' Or- ganization, President 3; Student Legislature 4; MAROON AND GOLD 4; Dance Committee 2, 3. NEWCOMB, C. Lynn, 3524 Moody Ave., Beta. Richmond 25, Va., PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Sigma Phi NEWMAN, D. Thomas, Box 682, Elon College, N. C, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. OAKES, Johnny J., 1515 Summit Ave., Greensboro, N. C, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Pi Gamma Mu; Honor Council 3; Day Students ' Organization 1, 2; WHO ' S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. OAKLEY, Chuck, Somerset Mills, Roxboro, N. C, ENGLISH AND DRAMA. Kappa Psi Nu; Alpha Psi Omega; Veterans ' Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4; Elon Players, Treasurer 2, Parliamentarian 3; Chairman of Entertainment Committee 3; Carlton House President 3; Interdormitory Council Presi- dent 3; Choir 3; Colonnades 3; MAROON AND GOLD, Assistant Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 4; Repre- sentative to Student Council 4; PHI PSI CLI Business Manager 3; French Club 2; Tennis 4. GATES, Charles W., 108 Arden Place, Greensboro, N. C, ENGLISH. O ' CONNELL, Sylvia June, 410 W. Main St.. Sanford, N. C, SOCIAL SCIENCE. Delta Upsilon Kappa; Women ' s Athletic Association Council 4; May Court 3, Maid of Honor 4. ORR. Robert E., Jr., 704 N. Church St., Burlington, N. C, ENGLISH. Sigma Mu Sigma, Vice-Presi- dent 3, 4; Student Council President 3; Day Students ' Organization, Vice-President 4; Cheerleader 3, 4; Chairman of Board of Elections 4; Veterans ' Club, Secretary 4; Commencement Marshal 3; Student Leg- islature 2; German Club 4; MAROON AND GOLD Reporter 3, 4; Co-Chairman of Dance Committee 2; Intramural Softball 3; May Court 4; WHO ' S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVER- SITIES AND COLLEGES. PAGE, Kenneth K., Box 656, Graham, N. C, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. PARKERSON, Elwood M., 103-F Veterans ' Apartments, Elon College, N. C, BIOLOGY. PAYNE, Sara Jeanne, 460 Biltmore Ave., Asheville, N. C, HOME ECONOMICS. Delta Upsilon Kappa; Senior Class Vice-President; Home Economics Club, Secretary-Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4; Women ' s Athletic Association, Reporter 3; Homecoming Sponsor 3; Commencement Marshal 3; A. A. Degree from Brevard College. PETERSON, Christopher B., Drawer 508, Norwich, Conn., BIOLOGY. Kappa Psi Ni Club 2, 4; French Club 3; PHI PSI CLI Sports Editor 2, 3; Pan Hellenic Council 2. Chemistry PHELPS, Robert Graver, Rt. 3, Box 103, Lexington, N. C, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Iota Tau Kappa, Treasurer 2, 3; Honor Council 2; German Club 2, 3; Interdormitory Council 1; Pan Hellenic Council 2. PHILLIPS, George M., Jr., Rt. 7, Burlington, N. C, SOCIAL SCIENCE. PORTER. Daniel C. 801 Hay St., Fayetteville, N. C, BUSINESS EDUCATION. Kappa Psi Nu; Elon Players 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Freshmen Orientation Committee 4; Transferred from Gordon Mili- tary College. PRICE, Nathan L., Box 477, Swepsonville, N. C, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. RAMSEY, Russell D., 405 Gilmer Circle, Reidsville, N. C, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Day Students ' Organization 2, 3, 4; Transferred from Catawba College. RICKOVER, Robert J., 2055 Cruger Ave., Bronx 62, N. Y., MATHEMATICS. Kappa Psi Nu; Student Legislature 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Freshman Basketball Coach 4; Dance Committee Co-Chair- man 3; Board of Elections 3; Amateur Radio Club, Vice-President 4. ROBBINS, Joseph Edward. Jr.. 310 N. Spring St., Greensboro, N. C, DRAMATIC ARTS AND ENGLISH. Sigma Mu Sigma; Alpha Psi Omega; Elon Players 1, 2, 4, President 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; " Madhatters " Quartet 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Band 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; School Photographer 3; PHI PSI CLI Photographer 4; Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4; Track 2; Spanish Club 1, 2, Treasurer 2; Diploma in Pro- fessional Photography from N. Y. I., 2, 3; Participation in Nine Elon Players ' Productions; Fresh- man Orientation Committee 4; WHO ' S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. RUGGERI. Roger J.. 167 Westfield Ave., Clark, N. J., MATHEMATICS. Sigma Phi Betat SANDERSON, James AV., Box 754, Elon College, N. C, SOCIAL SCIENCE. SHELLEY, William H., 4003 Peterson Ave., Grc man Club 4; Day Students ' Organization 1, 2, 3, sboro, N. C, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Ger- SHERARD, Mary Brown, Route 6, Burlington, N. C, ENGLISH. Pi Kappa Tau; Women ' s Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4. SIMONDS, Ronald E., 1711 Wood Ave., Burlington, N. C, MATHEMATICS. SIMONE, Joseph, 117 Kent Ave., Bridgeport, Conn., RELIGION AND RELIGIOUS EDUCATION. Sigma Mu Sigma, Vice-President 4; Ministerial Asssociation 3, 4. SLAUGHTER, William A., Route 6, Burlington, N. C, MATHEMATICS. SOMERS, Boyd W., Route 2, Box 294, Elon College, N. C. HISTORY. -4: SORRELL. Shirley Anne, 906 W. Markham Ave., Durham, N. C, BUSINESS EDUCATION. Delta Up- silon Kappa, Secretary 3; Women ' s Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Director of May Day 2, Beta Chi Epsilon; Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4. SPINKS, Barbara Ann, 1505 W. Front St., Burlington, N. C, ENGLISH. Pi Kappa Tau; Education Club 3, 4; Day Students ' Organization 1, 2, 3, 4; Women ' s Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4. STAUFFENBERG, Robert J., 23 Lower St., Morea, Pa., BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Iota Tau Kappa, President 4; " E " Men ' s Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; All Conference Football 1, 3, 4; All State Football 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4. STUMP, Francis S., 78 Mondow Row, Danville, Pa., HISTORY. Sigma Phi Beta. SUTTON, Jack P., 322 Hillcrest Ave., Burlington, N. C, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Iota Tau Kappa; German Club 3, 4; Day Students ' Organization 3, 4; Pan Hellenic Council 4. TALLEY, Bobby E.. 812 Oak St., Reidsville, N. C, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND HISTORY. French Club 1, 3; Philosophy Club 4. TATE, James E., 1234 Franklin St., Burlington, N. C, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. C TILLMAN. James M., J-1 Mayfair Apts., Burlington, N. ENGLISH. French Club 2; Veterans ' Club 3, 4, Treasut 1, 2, 3, 4; Transferred from the University of California. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND Secretary 4; Day Students ' Organization fl - p I ' , C ;■ % ' Pi o w H CD CD O CD i " V 7 ■ • " 1 TONEY, Rosaline, 403 Somers Avenue, Burlington, N. C, ENGLISH. Beta Omicron Beta; Education Club 4; Day Students ' Organization 1, 2, 3, 4; Women ' s Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4. TURNER, William L., 3108 Branchwood Drive, Greensboro, N. €., ENGLISH. MAROON AND GOLD 4; COLONNADES 3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Elon Players 1, 2; Band 1, 2. WALKER, William V., H-l-A University Apartments, Durham, N. C, MATHEMATICS, ENGLISH, DRAMA. Alpha Psi Omega, President 4; MAROON AND GOLD 1, 2, 3, 4, Sports Editor 1, 2, 3, 4; COLONNADES 2; Intramural Council 1, 2, 3; Elon Players 1, 2, 3; Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; De- bating 3; Veterans ' Club 2; Student Election 1, 2. WEAVER, Faye, 1306 Virginia Ave., Durham, N. C, BUSINESS EDUCATION. Delta Upsilon Kappa, Pan Hellenic Council 2; Interdormitory Council 3, Secretary-Treasurer 3; Women ' s Athletic Association 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4; Dance Committee 3; Cheerleader 3, 4; Transferred from Greensboro College. WHITE. Bettie Lu, Route 7, Burlington, N. C, PHILOSOPHY. Philosophy Club, Secretary-Treasurer 4; Student Legislature 4. WILBORN, Archie C, 307 Austin St., Mebane, N. C, PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Iota Tau Kappa. WILKINS, Louis B., Lennig, Va., ENGLISH AND RELIGIOUS EDUCATION. Student Christian Asso- ciation 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 4; Ministerial Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 2; Education Club, President 4; WHO ' S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. WILLIAMSON, Charlotte Lynn, 239 Shamrock Rd., Asheboro, N. C, ENGLISH. Delta Upsilon Kappa. i " V WILLIAMSON, Elmer L., Route 1, Haw River, N. C, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. WILLIAMSON. Jacobyna Yancey. Townsville, N. C, BUSINESS EDUCATION. Delta Upsilon Kappa, Treasurer 3, President 4; Interdormitory Council 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4; Beta Chi Epsilon; Women ' s Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 4; Freshman Orientation Committee 3; Commencement Marshal 3; Monroe Award Winner 3; Homecoming Sponsor 4; WHO ' S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. WILLS, V. Leigh. Jr., 317 Highland Ave., Suffolk, Va., BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Kappa Psi Nu, President 4; President Carolina Hall 4; Men ' s Interdormitory Council, President 4; Dance Commit- tee 4; German Club 2, 3; Spanish Club 1, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. WINSTEAD, Yvonne Harris, Route 1, Roxboro, N. C, ENGLISH. Beta Omicron Beta, Recording Secretary 2, Corresponding Secretary 3; Alpha Psi Omega 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 3, 4; Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Elon Players 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3; Ministerial Association 4; Edu- cation Club; Home Economics Club 1; PHI PSI CLI 4; MAROON AND GOLD 3, 4; Homecoming Sponsor 3; Dance Committee 2. WINSTON, George T., Route 2, Virgilina, Va., BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. WITTSCHEN, C. Al, 184 Queens St., Charleston, S. C, ENGLISH. WRENN. Jack L., Route 2. Elon College, N. C, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. WRIGHT, Lannie Marie, Route 1, Graham, N. C. PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Beta Omicron Beta; Pan Hellenic Council Secretary 4; Women ' s Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, President 4; Choir 2, 3; Intra- mural Sports 2, 3, 4; Transferred from High Point College. THE JUNIOR CLASS First row, left to ripfht: ABERCROMBIE, Edwin G., 325 Courtland Terrace, Burlington, N. C; AGNEW, James W., Jr., 505 Walker Ave., Graham, N. C; ALBERT, Douglas, 40 Warris Road, Lahore, W. Pakistan. Second row: APPLE, Dorothy, 32.3 Guthrie St., Bur- lington, N. C; ASKEW, Joyce, Box 731, Elon Col- lege, N. C; BARRINGER, Sarah, 424 W. Horah, Salisbury, N. C. Third row: BASS, Anne, Star Route, South Boston, Va.; BENNETT, James R., 202 Macy St., Greens- boro, N. C.; BERGMAN, Ronald W., Route 1, Uncas- ville. Conn. Fourth row: BIGGERSTAFF, James, 109 Glen- wood Ave., Burlington, N. C; BOLAND, Tommie, Box 242, Elon College, N. C; BOSWELL, Robert A., 2009 N. Ashland Dr., Burlington, N. C. Fifth row: BOWMAN, William B., 814 W. Harden St., Ext., Graham, N. C; BRADY, Samuel J., Route 1, Bennet, N. C; BUJAN, Vincent, 21 Porter St., Towanda, Pa. pi ,1 First row: BURGE, Janet, Box 285, Sanford, N. C; BURGESS, William E., Shiloh, N. C; CAMPBELL, Dexter M., 1805 Trail 5, Grove Park, Burlington, N. C; CAMPBELL, Louis M. Box 29:3, Elon College, N. C; CARCATERRA, Anthony, ;329 Wanser Ave., Inwood L. I., N. Y. CATHEY, Anita, 415 S. Ellis St., Salisbury, N. C; CHANDLER, Robert D., Blanch, N. C. COBB, Roy L., Route 2, Burlington, N. C. Second row: COBLE, John H., Route 5, Burlington, N. C; COCKMAN, Lester G., 226 N. 2nd Ave., Siler City, N. C; COLEMAN, Charles M., Jr., 119 Brooks St., Burlington, N. C; COMBS, Floyd, 112 Glenwood Ave., Burlington, N. C; COOPER, Hubert E., 1213 E. Ridge St., Rocky Mt., N. C; CORDER, James N., Jr., Buckner St., P. O. Box 381, Graham, N. C; DAVIS, James C, 7i:? Piedmont St., Reidsville, N. C; DELGAIS, Joseph, 1G5 Redwood Ave., Inwood L. I., N. Y. Third row: DEMATTEO, Morris A., 1.38 E. Savory St., Palo Alto, Pottsville, Pa.; DAVIS, D. Keith, 510 Dick St., Gibsonville, N. C; DESIBIO, Nicholas, 82 Fern Place, Inwood L. I., N. Y.; DIPERNA, James A., 122 Morgan St., Brackenridge, Pa.; DOBSON, William C, 1107 Maryview Ave., So. Norfolk, Va.; DODGE, Lester U., 18 Rodgers Place, Portsmouth, Va.; DOSS, Virgil L., 921 S. Main St., Burlington, N. C; DUDLEY, Ken H., 2.3.3 Potomac Heights, Hagerstown, Md. Fourth row: DUPREE, Edward C, Box 641, Elon College, N. C; DURHAM, Ronald W., Route 4, Greene Acres, Burlington, N. C; EDWARDS, Dixie, Rt. 1, Box 255, Spring Hope, N. C; EDWARDS, Margaret, 1108 Cleveland Ave., Burlington, N. C; ELLENBERG, Florance, Box 225, Glen Raven, N. C; ELLENBURG, D. Vinson, Box 225, Glen Raven, N. C; ELLIS, Clai- borne E., 1103 N. Main St., Burlington, N. C; EMORY, Bryant D., Box 173, Elon College, N. C. gmri Fifth row: FALEY, Norman J., 141 Tarleton Ave., Burlington, N. C; FARMER, Alvis J., 1415 S. Scales St., Reidsville, N. C; FAULKNER, Glenwood F., 905 S. Main St., Burlington, N. C; FAUST, Harold M., Jr., 1026 E. Market St., Mahanoy City, Pa.; FERRELL, Ernest H., Box 8090, Durham, N. C; FLEMMING, Nicholas T., 1025 Livingston Ave., So. Norfolk, Va.; FOGLEMAN, James C, 915 W. Davis St., Burlington, N. C; FULLER, Carl L., 512 S. Mebane St., Burlington, N. C. Sixth row: GATES, Gilbert, Idlewilde, Covington, Va.; COINS, Jack F„ Jr., 717 Windsor St., Burlington, N. C; GREGG, Lawrence W., 1217 Holly St., So. Norfolk, Va.; GRIMES, Vernon C, Jr., 1150 Stewart St., So. Norfolk, Va.; GRISSOM, Doris, Rt. 1, Holland, Va.; HARRING- TON, Bobby R., 1517 W. Davis St., Burlington. N. C; HAWKINS, John L., Box 477, Gib- sonville, N. C; HAWKINS, Mary Jane, Route 2, Hurdle Mills, N. C. o IP o ■ j j D n ft ii 1. Ii i f p ii iii ii 49 CD C 2 O P H CD CD Pi o Z H p O p ( n hV N p p f V in fl Hi m UMM P a ill f ir) tiM p O (k First row, left to right: HAYWOOD, Reece T., 1026 Walnut St., Burlington, N. C; HILL, Webster J., Route 1, Robbins, N. C; HILLIARD, Herman D., Jr., Box 509-B, Burlington Rd., Greensboro, N. C; HODGE, Fred S., 736 Brookwood Apts., Siler City, N. C.; HOWELL, Charles H., Jr., Townsville, N. C; HOYLE, Bobby A., Route 3, Graham, N. C; HULTMAN, Robert G., Box 382, Elon College, N. C; HUNSICKER, Paul R., 703 W. Front St., Burlington, N. C. Second row: HUSKEY, Bobby K., 613 E. Willowbrook Dr., Burlington, N. C; JACKSON, June, McCormick St., Rowland, N. C; JACKSON, William S., 414 S. Chapman St., Greensboro, N. C; JERNIGAN, Wallace L., Route 1, Godwin, N. C; JOHNSON, Arnold O., Jr., 2715 E. Greer St., Durham, N. C; JONES, Robert L., 621 Park Ave., Greensboro, N. C; JONES, Vera, 200Vo Wilson St., Graham, N. C; JONES, Wilhs H., 1101 Garfield Rd., Burlington, N. C. Third row: JOYNER, William T., Route 2, Box 300, Franklin, Va.; JULIAN, R. P., 229 V, S. Elm St., Greensboro, N. C; LAMBERT, Guy R., 4 Downing St., Newport, R. I.; LAMBETH, Louan, Rt. 1, Brown Summit, N. C; LANGLEY, Martha, Staley, N. C; LASHLEY, Richard A., 117 Patterson St., Leaksville, N. C; LITTLE, Kenneth W., 713 Kivett St Burlington, N. C; LUCE, Lenora, 131 Sound Ave., Riverhead, L. I., N. Y. Fourth row: MATTHEWS, Rebecca, Box 80, Brodnax, Va.; McINTYRE, Richard, 119 Summit Ave., Burlington, N. C; McLAUCHLIN, John D., Jr., 524 Tarleton Ave., Burlington, N. C; MEADOR, Joseph E., Route 3, Reidsville, N. C; MERCER, Robert L., Fentress, Va.; MELE- TIOU, Melba, 925 S. Church St., Burlington, N. C; MITCHELL, Hal F., Route 2, Elon College, N. C; MOORE, Dona, Bassett, Va. Fifth row: MORGAN, Aubrey F., 115 Military Rd., Suffolk, Va.; MULLINS, William C, Route 1, Box 302, Hickory, Va.; MYERS, Joyce, 933 Herbert St., Philadelphia 24, Pa.; NEILL, Wil- liam L., Jr., 1207 Maryellen Ave., So. Norfolk, Va.; NOVACUSKIE, Leon E., 528 Delaware Ave., Burlington, N. C; OAKLEY, C. Grant, 4026 Maple Ave., Burlington, N. C; OLIVER, Bill C, 306 Gilmer St., Burlington, N. C, PATTERSON, John K., Route 6, Burlington, N. C. Sixth row: PEGRAM, Joan, 224 Woodrow St., Reidsville, N. C; PERRY, Nancy, 424 E. Raleigh St., Siler City, N. C; POPE, Myron G., 328 Albright Ave., Graham, N. C; PRICE, Doris, Altamahaw, N. C; RADFORD, Paul G., 311 Sharpe St., Draper, N. C; PAPER, Betty, 2317 Club Blvd., Durham, N. C; REECE, William D., 719 River Rd., Draper, N. C; REYNOLDS, William C, Rt. 3, Rockingham, N. C. First row, left to right: RHODES, Gene P., 937 Green St., Danville, Va.; ROBERSON, Alfred B., 1513 N. Craven St., New Bern, N. C; ROBERTS, Raeford D., 1503 Wentworth St., Reids- ville, N. C; ROBERTSON, H. Dean, King, N. C; ROGERS, Bobby Lee, Main St., Lakeview, S. C.; ROGERS, Robert E., Route 1, Burlington, N. C.; ROGERS, Vernon A., Bo. 651, Elon College, N. C: RUMBLEY, Helen, 322 E. Collete Ave., Elon College, N. C. Second row: SCARLETT, Edward A., Box 7-A, Route 3, Hillsboro, N. C; SHARPE, Arnold C, Route 2, Reidsville, N. C; SHAVER, Gilbert J., Carthage, N. C; SHEPERD, Betty Jo, Jeffreys St., Graham, N. C; SHOFFNER, ERzabeth, Route 1, Julian, N. C; SHUE, D. Dar- rell. Box 19, Elon College, N. C; SIMPSON, Linda, Route 2, Elon College, N. C; SMITH, Al- burtus L., 431 W. Ocean View Ave., Norfolk, Va. Third row: SMITH, Harold M., 903 Maple Ave., Burlington, N. C; SMITH, Herbert L., 2007 S. Ashland Dr., Burlington, N. C; SORRELL, David E., Nelson, Va.; STANLEY, Bangle Lee, Route 2, Reidsville, N. C; STEPHENSON, Nancy, 128 N. Ennist St., Fuquay Springs, N. C; STEPHENSON, Oscar P., 128 Ennist St., Fuquay Springs, N. C; STUART, Robert L., 313 Trail 8, Grove Park, Burlington, N. C; TARLETON, Ikey, 508 N. Mangum St., Durham, N. C. Fourth row: TAYLOR, Patsy, Altamahaw, N. C; TAYLOR, Wayne F., 2129 Oak Ave., New- port News, Va.; THOMAS, Barbara, 1035 N. Mebane St., Burlington, N. C; THOMAS, J. Rex, 4075 Seventh St., Sanford, N. C; TRUITT, Patricia, Glen Raven, N. C; TURNER, Mary Ann, Route 1, Yanceyville, N. C; UPDYKE, Elizabeth, Box 702 Elon College, N. C; VAUGHN, J. B. 425 Ward St., Graham, N. C: Fifth row: VESTAL, Richard V., Route 4, Box 314, Graham, N. C; VonDOENHOFF, Albert, Jr., 91 Alleghany Rd., Hampton, Va.; WADE, Benjamin T., 1332 W. Davis St., Burlington, N. C; WAGGONER, Kay, Route 7, Burlington, N. C; WALKER, Shirley, Route 2, Burlington, N. C; WALTON, Douglass L., Box 250 Central Falls, N. C; WELCH, Clyde E., Jr., 546 Circle Drive, Burlington, N. C; WELLS, Sara, Rt. 1, Haw River, N. C. Sixth row: WILLIAMSON, Nancy, 7.39 Shamrock Rd., Asheboro, N. C; WILKINS, Bobby G., Route 1, Stem, N. C; WILSON, Winder L., Route 1, Hillsboro, N. C; YANCEY, Joyce, Buffalo Junction, Va.; YATES, J. Carroll, 1102 S. Main St., Burlington, N. C; ZIMMER- MAN, Peggy, Route 4, Burlington, N. C. 1 . 1 ,o f ■ ( g ? J f! 9 . ? J " -1h ■ ( A O P P a P A O H vv- ' - V Steve Mauldin Vice-President Jean Loy Secretary Ann Minter Treasurer THE SOPHOMORE CLASS First row, left to right: ALBRIGHT, W. Malone, 1045 Queen Ann St., Burlington, N. C; ALLEN, Emma, Ramseur, N. C; ALLEN, George C, Jr., 4310 Colesville Rd., Hyattsville, Md. Second row: APPLE, H. Dean, 405 Gilmer Circle, Reidsville, N. C.; APPLE, Homer L., 409 Union Ave., Burlington, N. C.; ATCHISON, Lewis F., Jr., 3316 Rittenhouse St., N.W., Washington 15, D. C. Third row: AVILA, John A., Church St., Chester, Vt.; BADAKHSH, Fariborz, Saadi Ave., Kutche Fariab, Teheran, Iran; BARBER, Bernice C, Box 29, Elon College, N. C. Fourth row: BARHAM, William B., 134 Dogwood Dr., Burlington, N. C; BARNWELL, H. Dale, Route 3, Mebane, N. C; BARRETT, Billie Fay, P. O. Box 172, Windsor, Va. Fifth row: BEW, Ruth, 1039 Macy St., West Palm Beach, Fla.; BLALOCK, Donald K., Sharon St., Gibsonville, N. C; BLEAKLEY, W. Stewart J., Jr., 104 Markham St., Burlington, N. C. ,f o» 1 ii ik L M ' - 1? t rk First row. left to right: BOOTH, Mary Lou, 143 Winchester Dr., Hampton, Va.; BOWMAN, John A., 2109 Wilkins St., Burlington, N. C; BRANCHE, William C, 2846 Tait Terrace, Burlington, N. C; BRAXTON, Donald E., .5.31 E. Willowbrook Dr., Burlington, N. C; BROOKS, William T., Benlee, N. C; BROSKY, Maurice G., Route 2, Box 126, Punxsutawney, Pa.; BULLA, Larry L., 112 Humble St., Asheboro, N. C; BURNS, Grant J., Route 2, Sanford, N. C; BYRD, William C, Jr., 2010 Angier Ave., Durham, N. C. Second row: CALLAHAN, Horton €., Jr., 404 W. Gilbreath St., Graham, N. C; CH. TTIN, Albert M., Jr., 1811 Lynnwood Dr., Burlington, N. C; CHILDREY. Robert L., 415 Hyde St., Burlington, N. C.; CLAYTON, Max B., Route 4, Henderson, N. C; CLOUD, William R., 11 W. Lancaster Ave., Ardmore, Pa.; COBB, Numa W., Jr., Route 1, Gibsonville, N. C; COOK, Edward L., 402 Hollow St., Graham, N. C; COX, Richard H., Jr., Route 1, Four Oaks, N. C; CURTIS, Eugene R., Route 1, Burlington, N. C. Third row: DARVISH. Jahandar, Teheran, Iran; DAVIS, Harold G., P. O. Box 658, Ro.xboro, N. C; DOFFLEMYER, Pamley, Route 2, Box 121, Elk- ton, Va.; DONNELL, Patricia, 414 Birch St., Burlington, N. C; DOVER, C. Franklin, 412 Trail 2, Grove Park, Burlington, N. C; DUKE, C. Louis, Route .3, Box 602, Suffolk, Va.; EARLE, Carol, 216 Waverly Way, Bur- lington, N. C; EARP, Betty, 1203 N. Mebane St., Burlington, N. C; ELDER, James P., Jr., 110 Glendale Ave., Burlington, N. C. Fourth row: EVERTON, Willie M., 500 Elder Ave., Norfolk, Va.; FARMER. James W., 727 N. Park Ave., Burlington, N. C; FENTRESS, James H., 1141 Va. Ave., S. Norfolk, Va.; FORREST, John Watson, Box 5, Hillsboro, N. C; FRANKS, Vivian, Box 302, Elon College, N. C; FROST, John A., Jr., 4543 Hwy. 170, Norfolk 6, Va.; GANN, Billy J., Route 6, Reidsville, N. C; GEARHART, Yvonne, Route 5, Marietta, Ohio; GEARY, Ruth, 184 Austin St., New Bedford, Mass. Fifth row: GHARAVI, Mohsen Said, 23 Jalehe, Teheran, Iran; GILLIAM, Frank E., 1209 Aycock Ave., Burlington, N. C; GILLIAM, Rose Marie, 216 Union Ave., Burlington, N. C; GLASGOW, Marion, Route 1, Frank- linville, N. C; GREEN, Edward T., Route 1, Middleton, Del.; GREENE, Nancy, 1715 Chestnut St., Charlotte, N. C; GRIFFIN, Joseph R., 1035 Elwood St., Burlington, N. C; GRIFFIN, R. Thomas, Jr., 201 N. Church St., Smithfield, Va.; GROVE, Carlton W., Jr., 14 Market St., Tamaqua, Pa. Sixth row: GUNNERSON, Alf S., Jr., 204 Glendale Ave., Burlington, N. C; HARDEN, James A., Box 49, Graham, N. C; HARRELL, S. Franklin, St. Bridges, Va.; HARTWELL, Mary Ann, Cedar St., West Barnstable, Mass.; HATCH, Rebecca, 1229 Franklin St., Burlington, N. C; HAYWOOD, Charles F., 3510 Rose of Sharon Rd., Durham, N. C; HENSON, Gary E., Rhodhiss, N. C; HERBERT, Dale, 1025 Baldwin Ave., Norfolk, Va.; HILL, James R., 211 W. Kime St., Burlington, N. C. O Q O if ji ilAiltfiiv 1 § rl P ( .( 1 9 T o o Oh O w o o O W f „fS ll n ( f ) (a c? a o k r 4! l T ,i v -f -« R? C ' F ' ' ' ? J f - -? First row, left to right: HILL, Ronald B., Lebanon St., Elon College, N. C; HOLLAND, Gerald E., 595 Parkview Dr., Burlington, N. C; HOLLAN D, James R., 1522 Granville St., Burlington, N. C; HOLMES, Donese, 713 W. Hill Street, Thomasville, N. C.; HOOPER, Arch B., Jr., 403 Gilmer Ext, Reidsville, N. C; HORNER, Coy J., 1705 Highvievi ' St., Burlington, N. C; HOWEY, George P., Rowland, N. C; HUBBARD, Lynwood L., Route 1, Ramseur, N. C; HUGHES, Katherine, Box 605, Elon College, N. C. Second row: HUMPHREY, James E., 125 Mass. Ave., Southern Pines, N. C; HURD, Linwood R., 32 Donald Rd., New Britain, Conn.; HURDLE, Wil- liam B., Route 2, Hurdle Mills, N. C; ISLEY, Janice, 603 N. Main St., Graham, N. C; IVEY, Arthur M., Route 1, Aberdeen, N. C; JARRETT, Joseph P., 412 Gerringer St., Gibsonville, N. C; JOHNSON, William F., 1603 Sidney Ave., Burlington, N. C; JONES, Malinda, 1213 Richardson Dr., Reidsville, N. C; JONES, Peter F., Route 2, Laurinburg, N. C. Third row: KERLEY, Jack H., Route 2, Mebane, N. C; KITTRELL, Fran- ces, Route 1, Kittrell, N. C; LANGLEY, Katie, Route 1, Staley, N. C; LEWIS, Margie, Route 1, Elon College, N. C; LITTLE, Laura, 2621 Cam- den Rd., Greensboro, N. C; LIVERMAN, T. F., Jr., 1303 Freeman Ave., South Norfolk, Va.; LOMAN, Philip H., 221 W. Ray St., High Point, N. C; LOY, Clifton G., 701B S. Main St., Graham, N. C; LOY, Jean, Route 2, Elon College, N. C. Fourth row: LOY, William A., Webster Rd., Route 3, Graham, N. C; MAT- KINS, H. Eldridge, Route 2, Elon College, N. C; McCAULEY, Barbara, 301 N. First St., Mebane, N. C; McEVOY, Marianne, Route 7, Burlington, N. C; McINTOSH, William A., 708 Brookgreen Terrace, Graham, N. C; McLEOD, Nancy, 635 Country Club Dr., Burlington, N. C; MANGUM, Bobby K., Box 143, Hillsboro, N. C; MANGRUM, Daniel P., Virgilina, Va.; MARLOWE, Thomas, 211 Spring St., Thomasville, N. C. Fifth row: MARTIN, Jack A., Box 794, Elon College, N. C; MAULDIN, Steve L., 317 Corona St., Winston-Salem, N. C; MINTER, Ann, 208 Col- lege St., Martinsville, Va.; MOCK, Young So, 138-8 Hyo-ja-dong, Chong- no-Ku, Seoul, Korea; MOORE, Clarice, 811 Washington St., Burlington, N. C; MORRIS, Elizabeth, Virgilina, Va.; NEWMAN, Raymond P., 261 Davis Street, Henderson, N. C; OAKLEY, Tommy M., 810 Lynnwood Dr., Burlington, N. C; OVERMAN, Larry D., 507 Alamance Rd., Burlington, N. C. Sixth row: PARKER, Lloyd A., 320 S. St. Bedford, Va.; PARSONS, D. Larry, Box 88, Ellerbe, N. C; PATTERSON, Clark B., Route 1, Elon Col- lege, N. C; PAYNE, Jerry L., Route 1, Graham, N. C; PERRY, George L., 145 Hill Ave., Box 101, Sanford, N. C; PIERCE, James, Route 1, Box 416, Suffolk, Va.; POND, Richard G., Jr., Colonial Dr., Box 388, Burlington, N. C; POOLE, Bobby E., 705 Park Ave., Apt. 2, Greensboro, N. C; PUTMAN, Marjorie, 32 Washington St., Fair Haven, Vt. First row, left to right: PUGH, Thomas H., 203 Greenridge Rd., Greens- burg, Pa.; RILEY, W. Wynn, 4224 Wentworth Dr., Columbia, S. C; ROB- INSON, Jane, 522 Parkview Dr., Burlington, N. €.; ROGERS, J. Kenneth, 1102 Goldsboro Ave., Sanford, N. C.; RUDISILL, Wayne C, Route 2, Ca- tawba, N. C; SCOTT, L. Walter, 1427 Richardson Dr., Reidsville, N. C; SCOTT, Ronald G., Route 1, Bear Creek, N. C; SEAMON, Victor H., Jr., 214 W. Gilbreath St., Graham, N. C. Second row: SHATTERLY, D. Kent, 402 Laurel Hill Dr., Burlington, N. C; SHEPHERD, John G., Box 105, Virgilina, Va.; SIMPSON, John G., 601 Pine St., Burlington, N. C; SKINNER, Robert W., Z14 S. Main St., Suffolk, Va.; SLAYTON, Lacy B., Milton, N. C; SOMERS, James R., Route 2, Box 195, Greensboro, N. C; SMITH, Cleve Gayle, 12th St., Virginia Beach, Va.; SMITH, Randolph L., 2220 McKinney St., Burlington, N. C. Third row: SOCKWELL, Helen, Gibsonville, N. C; SYKES, Vernon L., 122 Berkly Ave., Norfolk, Va.; TATUM, Jimmy D., 315 W. Beasley St., Ashe- boro, N. C; TERRELL, Larry Leon, 1110 Graham St., Burlington, N. C; THOMPSON, Edmund Lee, Route 3, Graham, N. C; THOMPSON, Howard W., 1346 Long St., Burlington, N. C; THOMAS, Raymond L., 1341 Gran- ville St., Burlington, N. C; TODD, Thomas J., 1407 Maryland Ave., Dur- ham, N. C. Fourth row: UNDERWOOD, Donald H., Route 4, Burlington, N. C; WAG- NER, Carston R., Box 222, W. Hillsboro, N. C; WALKER, Edmund D., Star Route, Box 41, Gibsonville, N. C; WALKER, Joel W., 607 Pine St., Burlington, N. C, WALKER, Zac T., 1802 Vaughan St., So. Boston, Va.; WALTON, James, III, 518 Hillcrest Ave., Burlington, N. C; WATSON, A. Clyde, Box 784, Sanford, N. C; WESLEY, Charles P., 327 Depot St., Roxboro, N. C. Fifth row: WESTERFIELD, Paul, Route 6, Greensburg, Ind.; WHEELER, Eugene W., Whitsett, N. C; WHITE, Samuel W., Route 1, Pittsboro, N. C; WHITESELL, Carl D., Burke St., Gibsonville, N. C; WHITTEN, Mary Ruth, 108 West Clifford St., Winchester, Va.; WICKER, Harriet, Box 374, Elon College, N. C; WILKINSON, Larry E., 210 W. Jackson St., Mebane! N. C; WILLIAMS, William E., P. O. Box 631, Roxboro, N. C. Sixth row: WILSON, Edward C, Blairs, Va.; WOODHOUSE, Robert M., 1418 Westover Ave., Norfolk, Va.; WRENN, Joan, Route 5, Burlington, N. C; WRIGHT, Earl V., 2110 Maple Ave., Burlington, N. C; WRIGHT, Rusus A., 738 Rainbow Ave., Burlington, N. C; WYRICK, A. Dean, 409 17th St., Va. Beach, Va.; YANCEY. Gordan M., Box 293, Clarksville, Va. ? P 9. S r f D P ? f ? 5»S iSi ; : CD Oi O o o CD H H vx y TUIIM IN SJt«N «»9 V THE FRESHMAN CLASS First row, left to right: ABBOTT, Ferebee, 984 Maple St., Henderson. N. C. : ALLEN, Treely, Chester, Va. : ALLISON, Jerry W., 2411 Maple Ave., Burlington, N. C. : ANDREWS, James W.. 321 E. Fifth St.. Bur- lington, N. C. Second row: APPLE, Barbara, Rt. 1, Elon College, N. C. ; ATKINS, Car R., Rt. 3, Hope Valley Rd., Durham. N. C. ; AYRES, Thomas F., Jr. Vets. Apt., Elon College, N. C. ; BARBER, Amy. Rt. 1. Gibsonville. N. C Third row: BARE, Curtis V., 114 St. John St., Burlington, N. C. ; BAR- KER, Van N.. Semora, N. C. ; BASS. Walter H., Star Route, South Bos- ton, Va. ; BATEMAN, Jack E., 509 Oakgrove Dr., Graham, N. C. Fourth row: BEACHAM. William H., Jr.. Sunset Dr., Laurinburg. N. C. : BEDE. John, 2 Wilcocks Rd.. Peshewar, Pakistan ; BENTHALL. Henen C, Jr.. Box N367, Lackey. Va. : BENTLEY, Beverly, 805 E. 7th St., Hop- kinsville. Ky. Fifth row: BERRY, Wallace E., 2121 Elvira St., Fayetteville, N. C. : BIALOUSZ. Robert T., 475 Knox Ave., Monessen, Fa.; BLACKWOOD. Robert A., Rt. 1. Durham, N. C. ; BLANCHARD, George T., 1203 W. Harden St.. Graham. N. C. Sixth row: BLAND. Joe D., 401 W. Holt St.. Mebane, N. C. ; BLAY- LOCK, Lea D., 2714 Maple Ave.. Burlington, N. C. ; BOAS, Nils F.. 21 Pleasant St., Middletown. Conn. ; BOOTHE. Harry F., Rt. 5. Danville, Va. T ' P (? P p p O- First row. left to right: BOSWELL, Rachel. Rt. 3. BurlinBton. N. C. : BOYER. Lewis A.. 952 Woodland Ave.. Winchester. Va. : BRADY. John D.. Bennett. N. C. : BRAMMER. Juanita. 221 Highland Dr.. Leaksville. N. C. : BROADWAY. Donald C 430 Green St.. Burlington. N. C. : BROWN. Don N.. Rt. 1, Burlington. N. C. ; BROWN. Harrell R.. Manning Ave., Elon College. N. C. ; BRYAN. Jerry D.. Rt. 7. Burlington. N. C. ; BRYANT. Ronald G.. 602 ' j E. Covington St.. Laurinburg. N. C. : BURCHFIELD. Donald L.. Box 8. Barnum Rd.. Rocky Mount. N. C. : BURGESS, Robert A., 301 Thornapple St.. St. Clair. Mich. : BURCH. Rainey L., Main St.. Yanceyville. N. C. Second row: BURKE. H. Edwin. 1522 W. Davis St.. Burlington. N. C. : BURKHOLDER. Judith. Reidsvill. BUSSINGER. Janet. Box 411. Graham. N. C: BUTLER. Linda. Rt. 2. Reidsville. N. C. : BUTLER. Margar Winchester Dr.. Hamilton. Va. : CAMERON. Daniel W.. Box 204. Aberdeen. N. C. : CAMPBELL. Norma. 41d Ave.. Burlington. N. C. : CARTER. Clarence E.. 1549 Allbright Ave.. Burlington. N. C. ; CARTER. Samn 79 10th St.. E. Laurinburg. N. C. ; CASEY, Ray H.. 217 S. Blake Rd.. Norfolk. Va. : CASSELL. George J., ville Rd., Rt. 1, Box 347. Leaksville. N. C. : CATHEY. Jack W.. 310 Hanover Rd., Graham, N. C. Third row: CATON. Lynn, 183 N. Spring St.. Concord. N. C. : CLARK. J. Edwin. Box 37. Carrboro. N. C. : COATES, Cecil G.. Box 2S2. Roxboro. N. C. : COLE. Charles M.. 720 N. Church St.. Burlington. N. C. : COLE. John O.. Ver- non Hill. Va. : COLLINS. John M.. 125 W. Ave.. Brattleboro. Vt. : CONKLIN. Paydine. 321 Queen ' s Rd.. Sanford, N. C: COPELAND, J. Winston, Rt. 7, Burlington. N. C. : COX. Sara. Rt. 5. Sanford. N. C. ; CRABTREE, Dewey! L., Rt. !, Graham, N. C, CRAWFORD, Sue, Rt. 1, Chapel Hill, N. C. : CROUSE, Foy E., 1509 5 Hawthorne Rd.. Winston-Salem, N. C. Fourth row: CRUMPTON, John C. Rt. 4. Roxboro, N. C. : DALOLA, Albert J., 126 Clinton Ave., Cortland. N. Y. ; DAVIDSON. William W., Jr., 732 Timber Branch Dr., Alexandria, Va. : DAVIS, Martha, 3405 Tallyho Lane, Madi- son. Wis. : DICKERSON. Gerald R.. 905 King St., Burlington. N. C. : DICKEY. L. Glendale. Rt. 3. Burlington. N. C. ; DODSON, Nancy. Rt. 2. Liberty. N. C. ; DONAHUE, Errol J., 1119 W. O. V. Ave.. Norfolk. Va. : DORTCH. Nancy, 2101 Dumbarton Rd., Richmond, Va. ; DOWD, F. Raymond, Box 373. Elon College, N. C. ; DRUMMOND. Jack W., 326 Albright Ave.. Graham. N. C. : DURHAM. Drexel G., N-4 Mayfair Apts.. Burlington. N. C. Fifth row: ELLIS. Barbara. Rt. 7. Forest Dr.. Burlington. N. C. : EVERTON. Gerald T.. Rt. 4. Va. : FARLES, William S.. Spring St.. Ext.. Hamlet, N. C. ; FAUCETTE, James F., Rt. 1, Brow FAULKNER, Harold R.. Rt. 2. Snow Camp. N. C. ; FERRELL. Myrtle, 2115 Englewood Ave.. FISK. Suzanne. North St.. Montague. Mass. : FLINCHUM. William O.. Box 535. Carthage. N. Rt. I. Everett. Pa.; FORBES, Nancy. 127 Oakland Ave.. Leaksville. N. C. ; FULCHER, Joan, Box N. C. : FUQUA, Larry W., Rt. 4, Burlington. N. C. Box 56. Norfolk. 1 Summit. N. C. .- Durham. N. C. : C. : FOOR. Lois. 502. Haw River. Sixth row: GILLIAM. James C. 304 Grove Park. Trail 1. Burlington. N. C. : GILLISPIE. Robert V.. 412 Virginia Ave.. Draper. N. C. : GORDON. Faye. 218 Grace St.. Suffolk. Va. : GRAHAM. Robert V., 319 Albany St.. Burling- ton. N. C; GRAVES. William L., Rt. I. Burlington. N. C. : GRAVITT. Hugh M.. Rt. 1. Box 28. Virgilinia. Va. : GRIFFIN. Hannah Wise. Rt. 2. Windsor, Va. ; GREENE, Betty, Box S3, Elon College, N. C, ; HALL, Charles G., Jr., Rt. 1, Box 240, Stoneville, N. C. : HAMLET. Stephen B.. Jr.. Woodland Park. Reidsville, N. C. : HAR- MON. Carl M., Jr.. 502 Mendel Terrace. Graham. N. C. : HARRIS. Donald H., Rt. 4. Burlington, N. C. Seventh ro »: HARRISON, Rob rt M., 18 Rocky Knoll Cr.. Ilreensboro. N. C .: HARVEY, Robe, t L. Rt 1, Bur- lington. N C. : HAVERLAND, William G 1511 Morningside Ave.. Burl ngto 1, N. C. HAWKS, Ch rles W., Jr. Churchland , Va : HIGGS. James F.. Jr.. 412 E. Pall Mall St., Winchester. Va. HOFER , William H.. 308 Trail 4 Grove Park. Bl rlington. N. C. : HOFFMAN, Vict or H.. 7439 Elizabeth Rd.. Melrose Pk.. Philadelp hia 26, Pa, HOLDER. Bilb G.. Star Route Cartha ge. N. C. HOLMES. Richard P . Rt 1, Box 40, Bolton N C. HORN. James H.. 612 Fix St.. Burlington. N. C. HORTON. Coy J . 1705 High view St., Bur ington. N. HOVATTER D.. Roxboro, N. C. Eighth row: HOYT. Allen G.. 228 Fairview Ave., Mt. Airy. N. C folk. Va. : HUGHES. Hilda. Rt. 2. Elon College. N. C. : HUYBERT ISLEY. Daniel R.. Rt. 1. Graham. N. C. : ISLEY. Ervin F.. Rt. S. Scales St.. Reidsville. N. C. : JOHNSON. Alfred G.. 1308 Tucke Box 268. Liberty, N. C. : JOHNSON, Barbara, 530 Climax St., Gn N. C: JOHNSON, Rachel. Rt. 3, Box 211, Siler City, N. C. : HUDSON, N. David. 1466 Kempsville Rd., Nor- Dorothy, 215 Sir Oliver Rd., Norfolk, Va. : 3, Burlington, N. C. ; JACKSON, Patricia, 2332 [■ St.. Burlington, N. C. .- JOHNSON. Ansel P.. ham. N. C. ; JOHNSON. Virginia, Rt. 2, Mebane, P C) fT5 r) fT) o f fr. (! (f-j i iiiiM. " liiiii n p p Q ff! a z p p f A p P f 5 t r5 D ., p p f c! ,0 iliiii i f At : c. ii " CD C 2 ■• P S (-i p p ( f ii M iiilii p p ( j p (?5 (?!i I " a o, p O P f» P First row, left to right: JOHNSTON, Arthur, Rt. 1, Rising Son, Md. : JONES, J. Travis, 1410 Pinecraft Rd., Greensboro, N. C. ; JONES, Johanna, 108 Rolling Road, Burlington. N. C. : JONES. Lacy W.. Bennett. N. C. ; JOR- DAN. L. Selden. 712 Askew St., Burlington, N. C. : JOYCE, Ann. Rt. 2, Ridgeway. Va. ; JOYNER. Martha. Rt. 3. Box 66SD. Suffolk. Va. ; JULIAN, Mary Ellen. 3402 High Point Rd.. Greensboro, N. C. ; KEITH. Sandra. 737 Fla- mingo Dr.. W. Palm Beach. Fla. : KELLY. Steve F.. Rt. 3, Hope Valley Rd., Durham, N. C. ; KEOGH. John M., Rt. 7. Burlington. N. 0. ; KIDD, Lane M., Rt. 1, Timberlake, N. C. Second row: KING. Robert L.. Supply, N. C.: KING. Roger W., Rt. 4, Box ie3. Durham. N. C. : KIVETTE. Re- becca, Box 32. Ramseur. N. C. ; KLEEBERG. Fred P.. Rt. 1. Burlington. N. C. ; KLEEBERG. Richard S.. Rt. 1, Burlington, N. C. : KOENIG. John L., 1700 Lynnwood Dr., Havertown. Pa. : LAMB, Annie. Rt. 1. Brown Summit, N. C. ; LANCASTER. W. Dexter, 225 Rolling Rd.. Burlington, N. C. : LANKFORD, Winifred N.. 605 S. Sellars Mill Rd., Burlington. N. C. ; LEA, Ted M., 523 E. Willowbrook Dr., Burlington. N. C. ; LEWIS. Loren G.. Jr.. 1613 W. Davis St.. Burlington, N. 0. ; LIBBY, L. Williams, Quantens 33, Naval Air Station, Quonset Pt.. R. I. Third row: LILES, Anita. 458 Ridgecrest Ed.. Atlanta, Ga. : LING. Chai Seng, Methodist Church, Sibu, Sarawak; LIVELY, Ella. 1776 S. Scales St., Reidsville, N. C. ; LONG. Frances. Piosnect Hill. N. C. ; LONG. Lacy B., Hurdle Mills. N. C: LOWTHER. John. Box 45, Leaksville. N. C. : LOY. Forrest D.. 1103 N. Main St.. Burlington, N. C. ; MADREN. T. Wayne. 1207 Bradley St.. Burlington. N. C. ; MANESS, Bobbie D., Box 534, Gibsonville. N. C. ; MAREK. Joan, 75 Malapardis Rd.. Morris Plains. N. J. : MARTIN. Alan R., Box 310-A, Liberty, N. C. : MATLOCK, Judith. Yances-ville. N. 0. Fourth row: MATLOCK. Nina, Box 486, Elon College. N. C. : MAY, Richard A., 611 W. Davis St.. Burlington. N. C. T McCAULEY. Gene R.. 1823 W. Davis St.. Burlington. N. C. : McDANIEL, E. Ray. 511 Planner St.. Burlington. N. C. : McQUADE. Jo. 51A. Ave.. Richwood, W. Va. : McPHERSON, Chloe Dean, Rt. 6, Burlington. N. C. : ME- DARIS, Rae. Tabb. Va. ; MEDLOCK. Joseph P., Jr., Rt. 1, Tobaccoville. N. C. ; MELGARD. Patricia. DeSoto Ave., Symrna. Fla.; MICHAEL, Nancy, Rt. 1. Box 308, Gibsonville, N. C. ; MICHAEL. Paul W., Rt. 2. Elon College, N. C. : MICHAUD, Patricia. 313 Sachem Dr.. Forest Hgts., Md. Fifth row: MINCEY. William T., Rt. 1, Hillsbo MOORE, Judith, 2914 Shannon Rd.. Durham. N. MOSER. David L.. 206 Penny St., Garner. N. C RAY. H. Earl, Jr., Berlin. Md. ; MURRAY. Julia, sonville. N. C. ; NORTON. Eula Mae, Box 1237, Carl G.. Rt. 4. Reidsville. N. C. N. C. ; MINTON, Larry C. 1008 Fair St.. Burlington, N. C. : . : MORRISON, Roberta. 151 Four Mile Rd., W. Hartford. Conn.; MUMPOWER. Carole. 8391 2 Spruce St., Winchester. Va. ; MUR- 10 Tarpley St.. Burlington. N. C. : NEWBY. Glenda. Rt. 1. Gib- iirlington. N. C. ; OLIVE, Joyce. Yanceyville. N. C. : OVERBY. Sixth row: PARKER. William J.. Rt. 1. Holland, Va. ; PARKERSON. Mary, Vets Apts., Box 792, Elon College. N. C. : PARROTT, Kay. 404 Trail 2. Grove Park. Burlington. N. C. ; PATTERSON, Lacala, Rt. 1, Burlington, N. C. : PAYNE, James F.. 1040 N. Main St., Burlington, N. C. ; PETTY. Linda. Woodland Dr., Elon College. N. C. ; PER- FETTI. Anthony, 122 Elm St.. Cortland. N. C. ; PITTARD. Donald P., Rt. 1. Nelson. Va. ; PRITCHARD. David. 130 S. Williamson St.. Burlington. N. C. ; PROCTOR. J. Bernice. Hillandale Rd.. Durham. N. ' C. ; PUGH, Cleo W.. Box 259, Liberty, N. C. ; QUAKENBUSH. Benny H.. Rt. 3. Graham. N. C. Seventh row: RACKLEY. Cecil L.. Box 253. Independence. Va. : RASH, Eileen. 2307 Orcutt Ave.. Newport News, Va. : RAYBURN. Charles B.. Jr.. 3920 Krick St.. Norfolk. Va. ; REYNOLDS, Bradford. Holt St.. Elon College. N. C. : RIDER. Rebecca. Rt. 3, Graham. N. C. ; ROACH. Rita. Rt. 1. Brown Summit. N. C. ; ROBERTS. Carlton C. Dolphin. Va. ; ROBERTS. Lula. Dolphin. Va. ; RUNNELS. C. David. Jr., Rt. 1. College Court. Suffolk. Va. : SAN- TOS. Cecilia. Real Grandeza 281. Rio de Janeiro. Brazil; SCOTT. Douglas. Sherron St., Durham. N. C. ; SEMPLE. Stuart W.. 157 Warren St.. Waterburg, Conn. Eighth row: SHARPE. George D.. Rt. 2. Snow Camp. N. C. ; SISLER. David L.. 102 W. Hart St.. Winchester, Va. ; SMALL. Lynn H.. Star Rt.. Gibsonville, N. C. ; SMITH. Charles G.. Rt. 1. Box 224. Gibsonville. N. C. ; SMITH, Karen. Rt. 1. Brown Summit. N. C. ; SMITH. Margaret. 2943 Chapel Hill Rd.. Graham. N. C. ; SMITH. Richard V., 617 Aconn St.. Burlington. N. C. ; SMITH. W. Milton. 1119 S. Main St.. Burlington, N. C. ; SMITH, William M., Etlan. Va. ; SOMERS, Daniel E.. Rt. 2. Elon College, N. C. ; SOMERS. Vera. Rt. 2. Elon College. N. C. ; SQUIRES, Glenda, Rt. 5. Burlington. N. C. D P a n O ( O f) © " ? A First row. left to rieht: STALLINGS. William D.. 1817 S. Mia Durham. N. C. ; STANCO. Robert, 43 Bayberry Rd.. Cheshire STARNES. Nancy. 201 Holt St.. Graham, N. C. ; STEELE, I Gilbreath St.. Graham. N. C. Second row: STUCKEY. R. Gailes, 707 Maple Ave., Burlinetoi SUDDITH. Roger. Jr.. Halifax, Va. : SUMNER. Herbert. 325 I Burlineton. N. C. ; SWAGIN. Warren H.. 2103 McKinney St.. ton. N. C. Third row: SWALTNEY. Robert. 2945 Chapel Hill Rd.. Durham. N. C: TAYLOR. Janice. 614 Atwater St.. Burlintrton, N. C. ; TAPP. Tullic L.. Rt. 1, Efland. N. C. ; TROY, Robert J.. 5115 Central Ave.. Burlington, N. C. Fourth row: TULLOCK. J. Lee. Box 994. Burlington. N. C. : T Kaye, Box 106, Oak City, N. C. ; UDWARY. Karl. 1629 Woodlawi Burlington, N. C. : VANCLEVE. John R.. 807 Bancroft Rd.. Erie, Fifth row: VELIE. Claire, 14 Aigburt Rd.. Towsor. 4. Md. : WAGGONER, Sherron, Rt. 2, Graham, N. C. : WALKER, Esther, Rt. 3. Burlington, N. C. ; WALKER. Lila. Rt. 3. Burlington, N. C. Sixth row: WARD, Beverly. Rockv McDonough St.. S. Norfolk. Va. : St.. Sanford. N. C. : WAYNICK. L lie. Conn.: WATERS. William B.. 11 WATSON, Winnie Anne, 307 Mclv nda, 50,S Dick St.. Gibsonville, N. C. Seventh row: WEST, William H., Jr., Henderson, N. C. : WICKER. Har L.. Box 374. Elon College, N. C. ; WILKINS. Mary Helen. Box 9. Virgili; Va. ; WILLETT. Robert B., 1000 Neal St., Greensboro, N. C. light h row: WILLIAMS. M. Ray. Jr.. 909 Rainey St .. Burlin Eton. N. C: VOM BLE, . Arthur W. . Rt. I, Chapel Hil 1. N. C. : WOOD. Sand ra. 224 lano ver Rd .. Graham. N. C. ; ZELLERS, Jean. , 200 Putnam Dr.. Derby. i. Y .: ZIMMERMAN, L. Wade. Rt. 1. Brown Sumi mit, N. C. 9b hH Patricia Coghill Co-editor Nancy Lemmons Co-editor John F. West Sponsor THE PHI-PSI -This one is awful — discard. -No, Keep it. The ideas are fair, and it can be revised. -This picture is perfect. -Granted, it is good, but one member of the team is absent. Frances Kittrell Mary Lou Booth Kay Hughes Typists These are familiar sounds coming from the PHI PSI CLI office. Many long hours have been spent by the staff trying to record lasting memories of the year 1957-1958 for you, the students of Elon College. More than once it was a temptation to give up ; but now Marion Glasgow John McLauchlin Sports Editors f t t J. E. Robbins, Jr. Photographer J. G. Alston, Jr. Linda Simpson Feature Editors CLI STAFF that we look back on all of our efforts, it has been most rewarding. We hope that when you look at these pages in years to come, you will be proud to say, " I was there — living, laughing, learning, and loving every happy moment ! " It might be of interest to know that the PHI PSI CLI was begun by three literary societies on the campus. By 1913 the Philologian, Psiphelian, and Clio Literary Societies were the most important organi- zations at Elon; and it was they who first engineered the publication of an annual, to be carried on by the students ever since. Louis Wilkins Yvonne Winstead Copy Editors Stuart Fyke Business Manager Luther Byrd Advisor Chuck Oakley Editor John Biggerstaff Assistant Editor Bin Walker Sports Editor Walter Edmunds Assistant Editor MAROON First row, left to right: Ann Joyce, Ann Minter, Marianne McEvoy, Jackie Williamson. Second row: Richard Lashley, Jo McQuade, Richard Guite, Ruth Geary, Henry Walters, Dixie Edwards, Ladson Cubbage, Elizabeth Morris, Bob Orr, Charles Foster, Jane Robinson, AND GOLD Worden Updyke Press Operator Barbara Ellis. Third row: Lloyd Farthing, Jack Sutton, Frank DeRita, Mai Bennett, Robert Hall, Paul Heath, Bob Rickover, J. G. Alston, Jr. On a jaunt around the campus of Elon, we can ' t miss dropping around by the MAROON AND GOLD confines now oc- cupying part of the old dining hall. Here we find the bi-weekly hustle and clamor accompanying the latest publication of the MAROON AND GOLD, our college news- paper. Amidst the roar of the rolling presses and the clickety-clack of the linotype ma- chine, we probably would spot Professor Byrd devoting his invaluable time and assistance setting the type ; Chuck Oakley proof-reading " Under the Oaks, " " On the Campus, " or an editorial; or " Square " Edmonds making apologies on bended knee for the tardiness of his " Around with S quare " — not to mention the many other behind-the-scene workers. We shall always appreciate and re- member those fortnightly publications of the college paper since they inform us of the recent happenings at Elon. The ability to express one ' s self under- standably and interestingly is born in some — created in others. In creative writing class, students en- deavor to master the ability to transmit to others their thoughts of fiction and fact in an interesting and informative manner. Their efforts are published for your en- joyment in Elon ' s annual magazine, " The Colonnades. " John F. West Advisor COLONNADES First row, left to right: Nancy Green, Don Kimrey, John Frost, Doris Grissom. Second row: Arch Hooper, Gary Farmer, H. J. Douglas, Lloyd Farthing, J. F. West, sponsor, Wayne Rudisill, Richard Lashley, Jerry Loy. First row, left to right: Betty Lu White, Joyce Myers, Mary Lou Booth, Dottie Apple. Second row: Dwight Moore, Charles Bivins, Linwood Hurd, Dave Horn, Lacy Hall, Guy Lambert. Third row: John Biggcrstaff, Edward Aber- crombie. PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY ■ Some students possess an insatiable curiosity and burn with the desire to answer the seemingly- unanswerable. Because their knowledge never seems quite adequate to explain their world, they become engaged in a restless pursuit for a Higer Knowledge. These students, guided by Dr. F. E. Reynolds and Dr. W. T. Blackstone, have united to conduct weekly and monthly seminars, often inviting learned men to speak and aid them in their pursuit of knowledge — thus is the origin and purpose of the Elon College Philosophical Society. The Chemistry Club is composed of student affiliates of the American Chemical Society. The club strives to create interest in the chemical and medical fields. Several guest speakers, acquired through the Collegiate Academy of North Carolina, address the group each year. CHEMISTRY CLUB First row, left to right: Dr. Paul Cheek, John McLauchlin, Robert Jones, Mary Ann Turner, Claude Dover, Professor Roy Epperson, Chris Peterson. Second row: Bill Oliver, Ken Dudley, Carl Burke, J. G. Alston, Jr., Jerry King. THE ELON COLLEGE CHOIR is an organiza- tion 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-day 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 Atlantic 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-fourth consecutive annual performance during the Christmas 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 ensembles, resulting in performances which are varied and interesting without sacrificing musical excellence. FLETCHER MOORE, Chairman of the Depart- ment 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 Carolinas, Georgia, and Florida, in the Student Musicians Contest, sponsored by the National Federation of Music Clubs. Mr. Moore continued his study at the Juilliard School with Sascha Gorodnitzski. After completing work for a Master of Arts degree from Teachers College, Columbia University, he did work in piano with Dr. Guy Maier in California and Robert Pace in New York. Mr. Moore has completed requirements for an 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 appro.ximately sixteen hundred young musicians each spring from every section of the state. JOHN WESTMORELAND received his under- graduate study under the direction of Fletcher Moore at Elon College. After completing work for a Master of Arts from Teachers College, Columbia University, he returned to Elon College as a member of the music faculty. Mr. Westmoreland continued his studies at the Juilliard School of Music; University of Southern California; and New York University. During the summer of 1951 he received a Diploma in Conducting from the School of Music and Fine Arts, Fontainebleau (France), where he was a student of Nadia Boulanger. During his study there, Mr. Westmoreland won the Lili Boulanger Prize and a First Prize in Conducting. Mr. Westmoreland returned to the Elon campus in the fall of 1955 after a year ' s leave of absence, during which time he was a Fulbright Scholar at the Academy of Music in Vienna, Austria and a private student with Dr. Hugo Zelzer of the Uni- versity 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. ELON COLLEGE CHOIR First row, left to right: Mary Ann Johnston, Harolyn Hanford, Dottle Apple, Tommie Boland, Eileen Rash, Claire Velie, Ikey Tarleton, Mary Ruth Whitten, Elizabeth Shoffner. Second row: Ella Lively, Hannah Wise Griffin, Sandra Keith, Anne Bass, Lois Jean Grizzard, Linda Petty, Dorothy Keck, Nancy Stephenson, Rose Marie Gilliam. Third row: Jane Keck, Winnie Ann Watson, Douglas Scott, Ray Thomas, Tommy Griffin, Vernon Joyner, Bill Turner, John Collins, Mary Helen Wilkins, Lorene Moore. Fourth row: Bill Burgess, Eddie Robbins, Albert Von Doenhoff, Douglas Harris, James Compton, Wynn Riley, Hugh Gravitt, Johnny Meadows, David Sorrell, Joe Shoffner, Walter Bass. Left to right, first row: Laura Little, Beverly Bentley, Margie Putman, Carl Burke, Lula Roberts, Sarah Barringer, Kay Tyson. Second row: Tommy Griffin, Yvonne Goarhart, Sylvia Sims, Jo McQuade, Mary Helen Wilkins, Judy Burk- holder, Nina Matlock, Tommy Boland, Eddie Robbins. Third row: Ed Greene, John D. McLauchlin, Doug Albert, Doug Scott, Linwood Hard, Louis Boyer, Ed Boelte, Charles Wesley, Walter Bass, Al Roberson, John McCombs. Fourth row: James Payne, Ben Ellis, Foy Crouse, David Wall, David Sorrell, Eldridge Matkins, Eddie Burke, Wynn Riley, Bill Neil, Grady Radford, John Shepherd, Zac Walker. Not pictured: Terry Clem, Max Stinback, ELON COLLEGE 51 Cheerleaders The cheerleaders have worked hard and long- thi.s year to build up Elon ' .s school spirit. They have shared many great moments as well as many sad moments with the teams. Through hard work and faith- fulness, they have done a great part in cheer- ing the Elon Christians on to numerous victories and boosting their morals. First row: Jane Davis. Left to right. Second row: Louan Lambeth, Pat Chrismon, head; Jackie Wil- liamson, Carol Earle. Third row: Ann Minter, Faye Weaver, Noric Luce. Not pictured: Bob Orr. The 1958 Elon College Band has again had a most successful year of keeping Elon in good spirits. The football games on those cold nights . . . the bus trips . . . the " Homecoming Parade " ... the inauguration of our presi- dent, Dr. Danieley . . . the concert . . . and of course, last but far from least, our cute majorettes who did a wonderful job this year will long be remembered. Carl Whitesell, Patsy Fruitt, Donald Harris, Sichard Smith, Eileen Sash, Terry Tickle, Ferry Crompton, Jimmy Juries. BAND Majorettes First row, left to right: Laura Little, Barbara Ellis, head; Kay Tyson. Second row: Sarah Barringer, Beverly Bentley. Third row : Lula Roberts, Margie Putman. HE ELON Left to right, first row Ikey Tarleton, Winnie Watson, Martha Davis Second row: Dottie Apple Boots Kidd, Sandra Keith Mary Ann Hartwell, Fourth row: Sylvia Sims Ann Minter, Yvonne Win- stead, Stuart Fyke. Fifth row: Dan Porter, Linwood Kurd, Wayne Rudisill, Sam White, Billie Faye Barrett, Chuck Oakley. Sixth row: Guy Lambert, Gordon Yancey. Standing: Professor Melvin Wooten. " I wonder what play they ' re presenting this Thursday evening? " Here ' s a familiar question asked on the campus here at Elon. It, of course, has reference to the Elon Players. We feel very proud of the fact that we offer an evening ' s entertainment every Thursday night at 8:30 p.m. in Mooney Chapel Theater and sincerely hope that we ' .lave in some small way enriched the lives of all who have supported us throughout this year. May we thank you. Not only did you support our weekly presentations, but also our four major pro- ductions, " The Happiest Days of Your Life, " " All My Sons, " " The Crucible, " and our final production. All the actors and actresses, stage hands, publicity agents, and Dramatic Arts majors are looking forward to next year with great enthusiasm. We hope we can live up to your kind words of encour- agement and perhaps present your favorite play sometime during the year. See you around, huh? PLAYERS Left: " All My Sons " by Arthur Miller. Above: Applying make-up to " Mr. Pond " a character from " The Happiest Days of Your Life. " Right: A scene from our regular Thursday evening presentations. ■t . 2J 1 " ■ - -Ili , KMcdjpCe aul £ W(H Jc o First row, left to right : Mai-y Lou Booth, Teddy Standley, Kenneth Rogers, Yvonne Gearhart, Grant Burns, Faye Gordon, Lois Floor, Douglas Albert. Second row: Lynn Caton, Judy Burkholder, Kay Hughes. Third row: Louis Wilkins, Hannah Wise Griffin, Ella Lively, Sue Fisk, Beverly Ward, Claire Velie, Dave Horn, Tommy Griffin, Jim Humphrey, Rev. W. J. Andes. Fourth row: Patricia Coghill, John Bede, Said Gharavi, John Ling, Joyce Myers. The Student Christian Association, better known on the campus by the initials S. C. A., is an organization of college students and faculty members. Any student enrolled in Elon is eligible for membership. In order to provide a well rounded program, the S. C. A. functions through three commissions, which are as follows : Religious Life, World Order, and Campus Affairs. Through these Commissions, the S.C.A. seeks to promote Christian worship, study, and fellowship among the students. Louis Wilkins President Joyce Myers Vice-President Mary Lou Booth Secretary Jim Humphrey Treasurer Chairman of Campus Affairs Mary Ann Hartwell World Order Patricia Coghill Religious Life Bill Joyner STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION k ki Left to right, front row: Faye Gordon, Anne Bass, Jeanne Zellers, Yvonne Gearhart, Dale Herbert, Judy Burkhdlder. Second row: Beverly Ward, Mary Ann Hartwell, Lois Foor, Joyce Myers, Sue Fisk, Patricia Coghill, Mary Lou Booth. Third row: John Ling, Lafayette Wilkins, Rex Thomas, Bob Hultman, Bill Neil, Dr. F. E. Reynolds, Louis Wilkins, Grant Burns, Dwight Moore, Bill Joyner, Douglas Albert. Bill Joyner President Joyce Myers Vice-President Mary Booth Secretary Grant Burns Treasurer The Ministerial Association is composed of students who are interested in Christian Service vocations. The purpose of the group is to give its members a better insight into the various fields and opportunities in Christian service. The Association provides good fellowship, with many varied activities aimed at developing leadership. MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION DAY STUDENTS ' ORGANIZATION The Day Students ' Organization is composed of all students who do not live on campus but commute from surrounding areas. Being able to travel to college allows many people to work as well as attend classes. Nearly five hundred people come to Elon who attend classes but do not live on the campus. These students form the largest organization at Elon. The Day Students ' Organization is designed to bring day stu- dents together in order to look after their interests as far as student government, student affairs, and social affairs a-e con- cerned. The organization meets whenever a matter of business must be considered. The members of this group take an active part in all aspects of Elon College life. OFFICERS Lacy Hall President Bob Orr Vice-President Dot Keck Secretary Bill Oliver Treasurer First row, left to right: Robert Kopko, Tony DeMatteo, Jack Henderson, Ronnie Kinsley, Bob Stauffenberg, Richard Bradham. Second row: Frank DeRita, Harry Faust, Ladson Cubbagc, Lynn Newcomb, Maurice Brosky. Third row: Jim McClure, J. B. Vaughn, Joey DelGais, Larry Bulla, Gilbert Watts, Bob Hendricks. Fourth row: George Allen, Tony Car- caterra, Gary Henson. " E " MEN ' S CLUB The " E " Men ' s Club is an organization composed of students who have earned the block " E " for participation in football, bas- ketball, baseball, or tennis. Their main function is handling the internal affairs of all athletic events, including the supplying of ushers, selling of programs, and running the concessions. The object of this organiza- tion is to co-ordinate the activities of the athletes to a single, useful function through service to the school. J. B. Vaughn President Tony Carcaterra Vice-President Joev DelGais Secretary-Treasurer DORMITORY LIFE 1 mi r I - Ti U O o Q First row, left to right: Ann Minter, Tau Zeta Phi; Margie Putman, Delta Upsilon Kappa; Patsy Taylor, Pi Kappa Tau; Lannie Wright, Beta Omicron Beta. Second row: Bob Hendricks, Sigma Phi Beta; Steve Mauldin, Kappa Psi Nu- Bob Bennett, Alpha Pi Delta; Carlton Grove, Iota Tau Kappa. PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL The Pan-Hellenic Council is the organization on campu.s which has as its main purpose creating harmony and better understanding between the fraternities and sororities at Elon College. At the beginning of the year, the group met to elect a president and secretary. It is the duty of the president to preside at all meetings and to act as spokesman to the faculty whenever it is necessary. The duties of the secretary are to record all events occurring at the meetings held each Thursday and to write any information needed for the MAROON AND GOLD. At Christmas the Council works with the Alpha Pi Delta fraternity in sponsoring the annual Elon Orphanage Party which was held this year in the Student Union. Another task undertaken by the Council is the planning of the rushing period conducted in the spring and fall. The Pan-Hellenic Council is indeed instru- mental in the success of the activities conducted by the fraternities and sororities on the campus of Elon College. Carl Burke President Bob Orr Joe Simone Vice-Presidents Guy Lambert Secretary Jim Compton Treasurer i f Ci k ■ ' " :• - " y, ■ 1 5= 4 Dr. James M. Hess v)l r kV s - rf Mr. John Graves l Sk Mr. Sam Webster Dr. W. M. Brown feivl SENIORS: John Biggerstaff, Carl Burke, Stanley Carey, James Compton, Vernon Joyner, Claude Moore, Robert Orr, Eddie Robbins, Joe Simone. JUNIORS: Ronald Bergman, James Biggerstaff, Carl Fuller, Charles Howell, Guy Lambert, John McLauchlin, Bill Oliver, Grady Radford, Bob Wilkins. SOPHOMORES: John Avila, Donald Braxton, Franklin Dover, Louis Duke, Linwood Hurd, Wynn Riley, Ed Wilson, Gordon Yancey. FRESHMEN: Walter Bass, Douglas Scott. p o o ; 4V» d .t tf- l mi y f O 9 p on o o ci f j k J f= - ' I. J p P pop c J Linda Simpson President Barbara Spinks Vice-President Helen Meredith Secretary Margie Lewis Treasurer Mi-s. Janie Evans SENIORS: Dorothy Jessep, Helen Meredith, Barbara Spinks. JUNIORS: Dottie Apple, Linda Simpson, Ikey Tarleton, Patsy Taylor. SOPHOMORES: Ruth Geary, Margie Lewis, Clarice Moore, Joan Wrenn. ; " ' w Bryant Emory ■ President f - - Jackie Joyce Vice-President i Jim Humphrey Secretary V Jim Holland Treasurer . . 1. Mr. James Sartin SENIORS: Bob Blanchard, Charles Holt, Jerry Loy, Roger McMillan, Turner Winston. JUNIORS: Bryant Emory, Bob Mercer, Bill Mullins, Grant Oakley. SOPHOMORES: Jim Holland, George Howey, Jim Humphrey, Dan Mangrum, Dean Wyrick, Stuart Semple. 9 P (T C) CT) P ' W. Louan Lambeth President Mary Ann Turner Vice-President m Tommie Boland Recording Secretary iim Mm Betty Earp Corresponding Secretary Becky Hatch Treasurer Mrs. Oma Johnson Mrs. Betty Wooton SENIORS: Doris Gaddis, Kathryn Moseley. JUNIORS: Tommie Boland, Janet Burjje, June Jack- son, Louan Lambeth, Elizabeth Shoffner, Mary Ann Turner, Peggy Zimmerman. SOPHOMORES: Billie Faye Barrett, Carol Earle, Betty Earp, Becky Hatch, Kay Hughes, Laura Little, Jean Loy, Marianne McEvoy, Ann Minter. r md si Leigh Wills President Wayne Taylor Vice-President Steve Mauldin Secretary Robert Skinner Treasurer Mr. Clyde McCants Q Mr. Roy Epperson i rti%l SENIORS: J. G. Alston, Eugene Harrell, Harold Harris, Chuck Oakley, Chris Peterson, Dan Porter, Robert Rickover, Leigh Wills. JUNIORS: Ken Dudley, Larry Gregg, Wayne Taylor. SOPHOMORES: Bill Branehe, Jim Fentress, Steve Mauldin, Robert Skinner, Lacy Slayton, Zac Walker. M MJk Nancy Lemmons President Martha Langley Vice-President Jean Coghill Secretary Katie Langley Treasurer Mrs. John Williams Mrs. Michael Tunnicliffe SENIORS: Jean Coghill, Patricia Coghill, Nancy Lemmons, Carole Medlin, Rosaline Toney, Yvonne Winstead, Lannie Wright. JUNIORS: Ann Bass, Martha Langley, Joyce Myers, Elizabeth Updyke. SOPHOMORES: Pam Dofflemyer, Marion Glasgow, Dale Herbert, Frances Kittrell, Katie Langley, Elizabeth Morris. Robert Stauffenberg President Jon Hall Vice-President George Allen Secretary Tom Shepperson Treasurer Mr. Joe Bryson Dr. William Blackstone SENIORS: Richard Bradham, Harold Ellen, Jon Hall, Marion Hargrove, Ronald Kinsley, Bob Stauffenberg. JUNIORS: Joey DelGais, Harry Faust, Nicholas Flemming, Gilbert Gates, Gene Rhodes. SOPHOMORES: George Allen, Larry Bulla, Carlton Grove. f ir B f 4 l i " - I f r n p , p I T iL Jackie Williamson President Gaynelle Branton Vice-President Joyce Yancey Secretary Norie Luce Treasurer Mrs. Charles Griffin Miss LJla Newman SENIORS: Gaynelle Branton, Pat Chrismon, Nancy Goforth, Sylvia O ' Connell, Jeanne Payne, Shirley Sorrell, Faye Weaver, Charlotte Williamson, Jackie Williamson. JUNIORS: Norie Luce, Rebecca Matthews, Barbara Thomas, Joyce Yancey. SOPHOMORES: Vivian Franks, Donnie Holmes, Malinda Jones, Barbara McCauley, Margie Putman. T yi • iT " Nick DeSibio President T - Ralph Carmines Vice-President Maurice Brosky Recorder Im Robert Ruggeri Treasurer A vl Francis Stump Parliamentarian ■ A " k " Mr. Dewey Stowers B. SENIORS: John Apessos, Ladson Cubbage, Anthony DeMatteo, Robert Hendricks, Robert Kopko, Richard McCarthy, Lynn Newcomb, Robert Ruggeri, Francis Stump. JUNIORS: Vincent Bujan, Anthony Carcaterra, Morris DeMatteo, Nicholas DeSibio, James DiPerna. SOPHO- MORES: Maurice Brosky. First row, left to riRht: Sara Summers, Rachel Johnson, Sue Crawford, Nancy Forbes, Anita Liles, Ferebee Abbott, Kay Parrott, Nancy Starnes. Second row: Karen Smith, Rita Roach, Amy Barber, Annie Lee Lamb, Betty Green, Patricia Melg-ard, Margaret Walker, Rebecca Kivett, Cecilia Santos. Third row: Ella Lively, Mrs. Tessie Taylor, sponsor; Sara Wells, Judy Matlock, Joyce Olive, Nancy Dodson, Lynn Caton, Sara Cox, Juanita Bremmer, Sandra Hughes, Rebecca Rider. Fourth row: Mrs. Frances Longest, sponsor; Jerry Allison, Lacy Long, Dan Porter, Judy Murray, Carol Earle, Rachel Boswcll, Linda Petty, Joan Nail, Barbara Apple, Janie Smith. BETA CHI EPSILON The Beta Chi Epsilon Sorority is an organiza- tion composed of students enrolled in the Business Education Department. It offers an opportunity for business students to become a member of a group with common interests. During the course of the year, the members try to prepare themselves to take their place in the business world by learning and practicing better office methods. Guest speakers are invited from different business firms to meet with the sorority members and give helpful advice and information. The officers of the Beta Chi Epsilon are as follows : Frances Long, president; Nancy McLeod, vice- president; Rita Roach, secretary; and Rachel Boswell. treasurer. ALPHA PSI OMEGA The Alpha Psi Omega Fraternity is a national honorary dramatics fraternity on campus. It is composed of students and faculty members who are interested in the theater and dramatics. It admits new students on a point system. It leads to wider interests and experiences in dramatics. Anyone inter- ested in dramatics and willing to work hard can become a member of the Alpha Psi Omega. Mr. Melvin Wooton is the faculty advisor. Members are: Professor Clyde McCants, Yvonne Winstead, Chuck Oakley, Wayne Rudisill, Eddie Robbins, Linwood Hurd, Guy Lambert, Sam White, Dale Shepherd, Stuart Fyke, Ann Minter, Dottie Apple and Ikey Tarleton. Tommie Boland, Bill Walker, and Johnny Meadows are not shown in the picture. First row, left to right: Ikey Tarleton, Chuck Oakley, Yvonne Wins- tead, Wayne Rudisill, Dottie Apple, Linwood Hurd. Second row: Dale Shepherd, Sam White, Eddie Robbins, Professor Melvin Wooton, Professor Clyde McCants. 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 intelligent approach to the social problems, and to engender sympathy toward others with different opinions and institutions by a better mutual understanding. Membership is accorded t hose who have distin- guished themselves by extensive and outstanding scholarship in the field of Social Sciences. First row, left to right: Alice Hunt, Dwight Moore, Phyllis Wallace. Second row: Professor Gilbert Latham, Dr William Brown, John Oakes, Dr. Konstantinas Avizonis, Norman Fields, Nick DeSibio, Dean H. H. Cunningham. 7, Duke 8 (10 inn.) , High Point 11 , Oberlin 1 iberlin 1 lan (Rain) 6, East Carolina 1, Lenoir Rhyne 5 3, Atlantic Christian 2 (10 i 12, Guilford 1 9, Catawba 3 11, Western Carolina 4 4, Western Carolina 1 ' eiffer 17 12, Lenoir Rhvne 6 4, Guilford 15, Pfeiffer 7 5, Appalachian 12, High Point 7 5, Catawba 1 1, Appalachian 2 5, East Carolina 2 Atlantic Christian (Rain) Jil H-1 Maiden QB Stauffenburg FB Captain Carcaterra E o QtBALL ' " UnA e M l9 ? " Joe " Bryson Backfield Coach ' Doc " Parker Trainer Brosky E ■ iv -J J , ii First row. left to riRht: Perry Polychrono, Nick DiSibio, Ben Cubbajje, Bob StauffenberR, Jack Henderson, Bob Kopko, Ronnie Kinsley, Lynn Newcomb, Tony DeMatteo, Bob Ruggeri, Don DeSarro, Richard Bradham, Bob Hendricks, Bill Beaeham, Rex Moser. Second row: Wallv Berry, Charles Hawks, Tony Carcaterra, J. B. Vaughn, Joe DelGais, Harry Faust, Joe Click, Paul Brutch, Jim McClure, Tom Marlowe, Mike Tobin, Jack Hardison, Tony Markosky, Harold Elon 25 Guilford 14 Elon 21 Appalachian 6 Elon 37 East Carolina 12 Elon-Catawba (Cancelle d) Elon-Western Carolina (Cancelled) Elon 34 Newberry 7 Elon 20 Lenoir Rhvne 7 The Elon College " Fighting Christians " enjoyed the best season of its career this year under the capable leader- ship of Head Coach " Sid " Varney and his assistants " Joe " Bryson and " Doc " Mathis. LeNioR " Rhvne: ELON y ' n, Faulkner, Earl Donahue, Elmer Rouse, Jack Kerr, Charles Rayburn. Third row: Jim Short, Willie Edwards, Don Birchfield, Harold Austin, Carlton Grove, John Koenig, Bill Waters, Charles Maiden, Bob McLean, John Hermick, John Szydlich, Tunner Brosky, Jim Schreffler, George Johnson, Frank Sposito, Joe Rosenberger, Frank Wapinsky, Maurice DeMatteo, Gilbert Chilton, Bill Hunter. The gridders had a 4-0 conference standing, but the rules stated that five conference games must be played and this made Elon ineligible to accept the championship legally. This was a season not to be forgotten for many years by the members of the hard-working team and the student body. Here ' s wishing Coach Varney and his squad the best of luck for another successful year and this time, the Championship. First row, left to right: Jimmy Scoggins, Eddie Clark, Larry Bulla, Gil Watts, Lenzy Page, Richard Smith, Rick Turner, Leroy Myers, Frank Robertson, C. G. Hall, Bob Leonard. Second row: Cecil Wright, Eddie Burke, Duke Snyder, Bob Rickover, Frank DeRita, Tony Carcaterra, Marion Hargrove, Rob Bell, Steve Mauldin, Moon Mullins, Buddy Way. BASKET ' Oh No You Don ' t " ' Look Out, It May Explode. " After losing last year ' s starters through grad- uation, Coach " Doc " Mathis unveiled a completely new quintet on the hardwood this year. The team got off to a bad start by losing the first two but came back with wins over Guilford and Pfeiffer. Bad luck struck again as the quintet dropped twelve straight. Several of these were lost by close margins. They made a spectacular comeback by upsetting the East Carolina Pirates 85-70. Fine performances have been turned in all season by Captain Frank DeRita, Rob Bell, Tony Carcaterra, Larry Bulla, Gil Watts, C. G. Hall, Eddie Burke, and a very strong bench. With an experienced team next year, we hope you can have a perfect season with the North State Conference Championship, plus a trip to Kansas City again. Good luck. Boys. BALL Coach ' Doc " Mathis f; ' TRACK The Elon track team had another successful year when they were ranked as being the second track team in the North State Conference. Larry Gregg was highest individual scorer in the confer- ence tournament with 18 points. Elon 43 1-3, W. L 87 2-3 Elon 83 1-2. Guilford 47 1-2 Elon 90 2-3, Catawba 40 2-3 Elon 46, Lynchburg 76 Elon 89, Guilford 56, High Point 7 Elon 72, Catawba 59 Elon 67 1-3, Apprentice 54 2-3 Elon 22, Norfolk Div 100 A. .... 1 V i S j .f . WOMEN ' S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION The Women ' s Athletic Association is com- posed of women students interested in athletics. This group helps promote all sports participated in on campus. All women students at Elon College are members of the W. A. A. To be an active member, one must participate in at least one sport each quarter. This year the W. A. A. was led by President, Lannie Wright; Vice-President, Norie Luce; Secretary, Ann Minter ; Treasurer, Katie Langley ; and Reporter, Marion Glasgow. Special credit is to be given Mrs. Jeanne Griffin, Women ' s Athletic Director, for her in- terest and the work she has done to promote the interest of women students in the physical education field. INTRA The intramural program at Elon College is designed for those people who do not participate in inter- collegiate sports. The schedule is planned to include a wide variety of games. Because of the diversification, everyone can participate in at least one sport. Professor J. D. Sanford and Mrs. Jeanne Griffin work with the Intra- mural Council to set up a program that can be enjoyed by all. MURALS Men have an opportunity to par- ticipate in touch football, basketball, volleyball, tennis, badminton, ping- pong, and Softball. Women play bas- ketball, volleyball, tennis, ping-pong, shuffleboard, badminton, and archery. A staff of well-trained officials is always on hand to supervise the contests. At the end of the year, trophies are awarded to the winning teams and to the person who has acquired the most activity points. First row, left to right: Gilbert Watts, pitcher; Tom Shepperson, outfielder; Wayland Medley, outfielder; Don Lichok, second baseman; Larry Bulla, shortstop; Joe Teague, third baseman; Charlie Frye, third baseman; Al Lovelace, pitcher. Second row: Buddy Way, first baseman; Bobby Sharpe, catcher; Mack Payne, utility infielder; Buddy Montgomery, outfielder; Jerry Holt, outfielder; Bill Ross, pitcher; Gary Henson, pitcher; Lacy Hall, outfielder; Marion Hargrove, catcher. Third row: Henry Leitch, manager; Frank Goss, pitcher; Bobby Mangum, pitcher; Harold Ellen, outfielder; Tony Carcaterra, outfielder; Ray Scott, first baseman; Jack Henderson, pitcher; Ronnie Scott, utility infielder; Hillery Motsinger, third baseman; Ted Eanes, outfielder; Coach Jack Sanford. BASEBALL Coach John D. Sanford concluded his first year as Head of the Department of Physical Education at Elon College by turning out one of the most well balanced baseball teams in recent years to clinch the North State Conference Championship for Elon College. The crew contained many freshmen and sophomores who were molded into a steady outfit that hit and fielded well. Gil Watts had his best season on the mound and at bat this year by winning seven games while losing only one, and led in hitting with a .519 average. Watts struck out 43 and walked 32. Al Lovelace, a freshman hurler, showed his pitching ability by winning four games, striking out 22 and walking only 5. Jack Henderson, a junior, won 3 and lost 1. Gary Henson, another freshman hurler, won 2 games and lost 2. Don Mangrum, a freshman, won one game. The members of the championship team who won the coveted " block E " for participating in baseball were: Outfielders — Tony Carcaterra; Buddy Montgomery, who led the team in home runs with five ; and Tom Shepperson. Inf ielders — Larry Bulla; Charlie Frye; Marion Hargrove; Mack Payne; Bobby Sharpe; Joe Teague; and Buddy Way. Pitchers — Jack Henderson; Gary Henson ; Al Lovelace ; and Gil Watts. The Annual Staff and all the student body would like to wish Coach Sanford and his team continued success and a repeat performance of last year. GOLF The golf team of Elon College participates in intercollegiate tourna- ments. This year the boys are coached by a newcomer to the Elon teaching staff, Dr. Bob Benson. The linksters play a round-robin schedule with other North State schools. Since Elon «!»■« mSBOtl College has no golf course of its own, iE X-S m l well wishers may see the home matches at the neighboring Alamance .,„ . .. . ma mm ■%. County Country Club. mtRAa?— f-CT W m m M 1957 GOLF SCHEDULE " " ' Elon. 3 1-2 N. C. State 23 1-2 Elon . 8 1-2 N. C. State 18 1-2 Elon 12 1-2 Guilford 5 1-2 Elon 14 1-2 B. Abbey 12 1-2 Elon 13 High Point 5 Jfc Elon 6 Appalachian 12 - P - WP J« « V " ' Elon-Lynchburg (postponed) Elon 14 Catawba 4 Elon 6 Guilford 21 Elon 10 1-2 Catawba 7 1-2 Elon 6 1-2 E. Carolina- ll 1-2 Elon 10 Appalachian 8 Elon 12 East Carolina 6 Left to right: Bemice Proctor, Jim Foffleman, Vince Bujan. Fred Lloyd. ATHLETIC DIRECTORS Left to right: Sid Vamey, Joe Bryson, Jeanne Griffin, Jack Sanford. (Coach Mathis was not present when the picture was made) The physical education staff of Elon College, headed by John D. Sanford, plans its programs so that everyone can be a partici- pator as well as a spectator of athletics. The directors, who are " Doc " Mathis, head basketball coach ; Sid Var- ney, head football coach; Joe Bryson, assistant foot- ball and baseball coach; Jeanne Griffin, girls ' phy- sical education director; and John D. Sanford, head baseball coach; work to- gether diligently to form a physical education staff of which we are proud. ' Ji M J ' V ' . " Ml M i — . Dr. James Earl Danieley Thad Eure One of the outstanding events of 1958 took place when Dr. James Earl Danieley was in- augurated as president of Elon College on March 11. Dr. Danieley, who assumed his duties as president of Elon last July 1, was sworn in by the Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Thad Eure of Raleigh. Dr. Danieley, a native of Alamance County, graduated from Altamahaw-Ossipee High School. He received a B. S. degree from Elon College, an M. A. degree in Educational Administration from the University of North Carolina, and a Ph.D. degree in organic chemistry from the University of North Carolina. He has also done graduate work at The Johns Hopkins University in Balti- more, Maryland. Thad Eure has described Dr. Danieley as " a scholar, a Christian gentleman, and as an active and widely-known layman in the Congregational Christian Church. " All people who have had the privilege of meeting Dr. Danieley are impressed by his sincere Christian attitude and gracious manner. The PHI PSI CLI Staff joins with the faculty, student body, and patrons of Elon College in congratulating our new president on the event of his inauguration and wish for him every success in the future. h Homeeoming Oiieen Miss Cleve Gayle Miss Patricia Chrismon Maid-of-Honor 1 Left to right, first row: Ginger Johnson, Iota Tau Kappa; Rebecca Kivette, Beta Chi Epsilon; Sandra Keith, Club House; Carol Earle, Carolina Hall. Second row: Katie Langley, Beta Omicron Beta; Winnie Watson, Elon Players; Norie Luce, Sigma Phi Beta; Jean Loy, Alpha Pi Delta; Margie Putman, North Dormitory. Top, left to right, first row: Jackie Williamson, Senior Class; Faye Gordon, Sigma Mu Sigma; Louan Lambeth, Kappa Psi Nu; Marianne McEvoy, Sopho- more Class. Second row: Rae Medaris, Freshman Class; Linda Simpson, Pi Kappa Tau; Mary Lou Okey, Junior Class; Betty Earp, Tau Zeta Phi. Bottom, left to right, first row: Laura Little, Veterans ' Club; Linda Butler, Student Christian Association; Dottie Apple, Philosophy Club; Beverly Bentley, Home Economics Club; Mary Ann Turner, Chemistry Club; Dot Keck, Choir; Beverly Ward, Ministerial Association; Kay Hughes, Day Students ' Organi- zation. President and Mrs. Danieley Carl Burke Drum Major Our Homecoming Queen and Maid-of-Honor Sigma Mu Sweetheart sjL mjexu9 7Zin 957 Queen ' s Crowning The Winning Float Sponsored by The Day Students ' There will be twenty-five students rep- resenting Elon College in the 1957-58 edition of WHO ' S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVER- SITIES AND COLLEGES, a nationally circulated yearbook. The students recog- nized in this publication each year are nominated from approximately seven hundred colleges and universities. Campus nominating committees are instructed to Douglas Albert J. G. Alston, Jr. James Biggerstaff John Biggerstaff Marshall Curtis Mary Anne Johnston Robert Kopko Who ' s Who Among Students in American consider, in making their selections, the student ' s scholarship, his participation and leadership in academic and extracurricular activities; his citizenship and service to the school; his promise of future usefulness. WHO ' S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES awards each member a cer- tificate of recognition, presented on the campus at graduation or earlier in the year. Also, it provides a placement or reference service to assist seniors and graduates seeking employment. To be selected to WHO ' S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVER- SITIES AND COLLEGES is considered to be one of the gi-eatest honors one can receive while attending college. Dwight Moore Hillery Motsinger Universities and Colleges Joyce Myers J. Edward Robbins, Jr. Linda Simpson Rex Thomas Phyllis Wallace Louis Wilkins Jackie Williamson Who ' s Who May Queen Miss Patricia Chrismon MAY Miss Nancy Goforth { Miss Louan Lambeth Miss Jane Davis ' OURT Miss Sylvia O ' Connell Maid-of-Honor Miss Martha Langley " The Chow Line ' ' The Christian " " The Court Jester " LINGERING J Lm AuI yi P ' f. l- I BfeMMk A.! wRmP r tJH t ■ t 1 j 1 ' May Day ' 67 ' ' By The Jukebox Light " THROUGH THE YEARS Today we leave old Elon ' s cloistered walks To venture out on the broad highway of life. And though the road may lead us far away. Our hearts will turn with gratitude to those Whose minds have stimulated us. Whose friendship has gladdened us. 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