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

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I =»Wf«i ELON IN ABSTRACT 1963 PHI PSI CLI ELON COLLEGE ELON COLLEGE, N. C. ELEANOR SMITH Editor JANE HARPER Asst. Editor R. C. BAXTER Faculty Adviser mnt timtf UMth me.. FOREWORD Elon is more than a group of educational structures erected for the purpose of instilling intellectual stimulation. It is a feeling of truth. Christianity, and sincerity — a spirit of friend- liness and concern. Elon can never exist in completion except in the minds and hearts of its students. Who can capture the good time of a fraternity party, the thrill of a close ballgame, or the sorrow of a last farewell? In an attempt to portray to you Elon College as it really exists, the Phi Psi Cli staff presents " Elon in Abstract. " Stripped of the superficial which smothers her intrinsic beauty, Elon may be seen here as in the eyes of one who is now and forever a part of her. STUDENT BODY 30 All the little selves. Intermingle. Live with life not alone, but in harmomj. The one common self — the Student Body. ACTIVITIES 66 To learn from books is merehj a part of our preparation; the fulfillment of knowledge comes with living together and ivorking to- gether in the sphere of campus activity. SPORTS 82 The spirit of an athlete engraved with Sportsmanship. A field, a team, a crowd. The thrill of victory, the tears of loss. The surge of the muscle and the heart bound together in the drama of the sport. GREEKS 98 And so we proudly wear the cloak of bind- ing friendship, woven with the threads of the fraternal spirit on the loom of brotherhood. FEATURES 118 They aim for the stars and then shine in the radiant beams of recognition. We choose them as guiding lights. CONTENTS and Come. Come away ivith me and learn. Bring your mind, your laughter, your tears. Bring dreams, and we will go to lose youth. . . . dreams are like soft blue bubbles floating mutely in a still gossamer woven by starlight, round rainbows glint and circle in curved corners then disappear, only to reappear again in a tear, the bubble grows, and grows pale with a gasp of a sigh, thin sides bulge with an elbow nudge and strain with a final goodbye. . . . Autumn falls quietly, crinkled leaves chopped into mash carpet the campus. Under the trees in the grass blind ants laugh. mn. Cool, green wind in the leaves, sewer smoke, smoldering softly, swiftly swirling — curling coiling ' round colonnades. Umbrellas march like mushrooms in rain flitting like speckles beneath oak trees insane. Walking in the rain. . . so far away from now or never. . . but then, with him, forever. ii It m 11 -■ m ...xLl,... H - - ' - - - - ' L itnU Kw B ' ' .-- E ' A. rv,::;- 4 0 ; ' f B Hj Dance to the beat of hearts and lights and aromatic breath. Dance ' till feet ache and tired legs shake with spasms of misery and delight. Bring ifour mind Mumble, grumble, stutter, splutter crooked teeth bend the words soiling thoughts like sour curds. Minutes ivaste into days long, waiting for chapel bells to gong. Spaghetti sauce glopped on plates, co-eds pout and want more lates. Green blackboards, covered wi th math. Why, of course an alligator needs a bath! Nine o ' clock on a Sunday night — Quiet prevails, stillness is tight All are out, God ' s asleep. . . . black smears across a slick, slick floor tracks left by the horsemen four. SNACK SHOP Autumn mutates, leaves us, evolving into winter. School work vibrates like the pang of a splinter. Empty rooms with lights lit . . . open books, volted brain, surface stagnant, severe eye strain. Watching words wander — W her el A lack of ambition a serious perdition too deaf to Hear too blind to See too deep to Fear too frightened to Be mfft tmrs. . . Go I Go! Go! Go! )! nn! no! Football, basketball go, team, go! z - - BrUi dream,,,. Drip, Drip, Drip Pressure is low in the water tank. Snip, Snip, Snip Hedges groiv slotv, and the ivy is rank. Crip, Crip, Crip Classes are dull, and students — blank. College Pond is fine on a day to wander alone in the dream of May, aivay from tvalls of brick and cement to consider tomorrow, and the past lament. Slender fingers of pale yellow clay clutch at college and want to stay, to drape the open windoiv of adults and remain forever in childish cults. A water fall of smoke descends into evening shadows dissolving and uniting with the haze. The oppressive silence of a summer ' s eve is broken only by twittering of restless sparrows who perch — then flit from limb to limb, prophesying the tumultuous storm that lurks above the calm. Lightning and thunder add contrast and dissonance to the f hiving melody of life, and relief is found in tears from the sky . . . : Freedom from jobs and freedom from life in a block of mist away from strife- and m imff oo-,,. except within. .,,6h mt Cumulous clouds will fill the eye and rain rvill fall But . . . not always. Days pass like years; years from now . . . It ' s only been a day. A child ivalks tvith head down and pocketed thumbs. walks across the dried mud, and sits on a rock, and watches a bird. From his pocket he takes a pipe and blows velvety blue bubbles, bubbles that glint and dance lightly across the mud. He rises and runs chasing the bubbles, trying to clasp them, knowing not, that if he stayed on the rock Soon enough, the bubbles would youth. This is Eton in bits and scratches abstract and serious with laughter in patches. Together we are and through time will be threaded together by a sea of memories, and yesterday. . . J -JL w DEDICATION LILA CLARE NEWMAN Ph.B., Elon College; Graduate Work at Columbia University and Harvard University; Assistant Professor of Art at Elon College since 1929 Her love for the College, her friendly interest in her students and her patience in teaching have characterized her many years of service to Alma Mater. With deep gratitude and abiding affection we proudly dedi- cate the 1963 edition of the PHI PSI CLI to Miss Lila Newman. PRESIDENT OF THE COLLEGE Dr. J. Earl Danieley J PRESIDENT ' S MESSAGE TO THE CLASS OF 1963: You have completed four years of college work. I congratu- late you upon this attainment. The liberal arts training which you have received here on the campus of this Chris- tian 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, sev- eral 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 mankind, particularly those in the realm of human affairs. Many of you are qualified to help in meet- ing this need. Second, we hope that your faith in the Christian way of living has been strengthened. As you leave this campus may you be more 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 whole- heartedly 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 liv- ing of these days. " Sincerely yours, J. E. Danieley President DEAN OF THE COLLEGE TO THE CLASS OF 1963: We at Elon College realize that the condition of being a truly educated man or woman is an ideal to be striven for rather than a goal ever likely to be attained. Your college experiences have been but a part of this striving. Nevertheless, we hope that they have in some measure pointed the wav toward, and prepared you to seek further, that ideal condition, which can indeed make you happiest in yourselves and most serviceable to others. C. Fletcher Moore DEAN OF WOMEN TO THE CLASS OF 1963: Not so long ago you spent many happy hours playing a childhood game involving " steps. " Remember? " Take two baby steps . . . take one giant step. " Like many play activities of young children, this game was an imitation of adult activities. Now. once again, you stand ready to obey the command — " Take one giant step. " Those four endless years which stretched before you in September of 1959 have passed as quickly as the wink of an eye and graduation is upon you. No longer will you imitate adult activities. As you take your place in society you must assume the responsibil- ities and privileges of adulthood. As you raise your foot for the next giant step, pause for a moment and reflect upon the footprints you have made at Elon. When you entered as a freshman there was no sign of your footprints on the campus or in the minds and hearts of the friends you are leaving behind. Have you left an imprint there ? Does Elon know yo u have been on her campus? Have you given as much as you have received ? Your next step will place you in a community not un- like the one you found at Elon. A little larger, perhaps; more people; problems more complex than those which have challenged you; yet, all in all, a new untrampled plot of ground upon which you will place your foot. Will you tip-toe ? Will you plow through with little regard for others ? Or, will you walk firmly and gracefully through life, confident in your ability and secure in the knowledge that the ideals and objectives of Alma Mater have given your feet direction and helped to make the path ahead a smooth and rewarding one? It is my sincere hope that your future steps will truly be " giant " ones. Virginia A. Epperson Dean of Women DIRECTOR OF STUDENT PERSONNEL SERVICES TO THE 1963 SENIORS: It is with a great deal of pleasure that I take this opportunity to congratulate you on your accomplishment. To graduate from college is an accomplishment, and you have every right to be proud. It was only a few short years ago that you entered Elon College as a freshman. Some of you have taken advantage of what Elon has to offer you. Others of you have done just enough to get by. Whichever the case may be, it is my hope that Elon has meant much to you. We hope that you feel you are a better per- son for having attended Elon College. We hope that Elon College is a better place for having you here. Be assured that we wish for you the best of everything. A. S. Hassell FACULTY J. WESLEY ALEXANDER Acting Chairman of the Department of Mathematics Assistant Professor of Mathematics B.S., Appalachian State Teachers College, 1953; M.A., 1955 PAUL J. AMASH Assistant Professor of French and Spanish A.B., Juniata College, 1957 M.A., Pennsylvania State College, 1959 KONSTANTINAS AVIZONIS Professor of History and Political Science Diploma A.B., Ausros Berniuku Gimnazija ii Kaunas (Lithuania), 1927 Diploma of University of Vytayas the Great i Kaunas (Lithuania), 1933 Studies at University of Grenoble (France) M.A., Ph.D., University of Friedrich-Wilheln in Berlin (Germany), 1932 ROBERT BAXTER Director of Development A.B., Elon College, 195(3 LL.B., Duke University, 19J W. JENNINGS BERRY, JR. Registrar; Instructor of English A.B. Elon College, 1950 Graduate Work, University of North Carolina GEORGE K. BOYLES Assistant Professor of Biology A.B. Lenoir Rhyne, 1957 M.A., Appalachian State Teachers College, 1960 EDITH BRANNOCK Assistant Professor of Home Economics A.B., Elon College, 1939 Graduate Work, Woman ' s College of the University of North Carolina FRANKE J. BUTLER Associate Professor of English A.B., University of South Carolina, 1955; M.A., 1958 Carolina, 1955 Additional Graduate Work at Duke University W. E. BUTLER, JR. Business Manager and Treasurer A.B. Elon College, 1944 iduate Work, University of North Car FACULTY LUTHER NICHOLSON BYRD Professor of English and History i., University of North Carolina, 1928 PAUL H. CHEEK Chairman of Department of Natural Sciences; Professor of Chemistry B.S., Wake Forest College, 1941 Ph.D., University of North Carolina, 1950 J. C. COLLEY Professor of Education and Psychology A.B., Emory and Henry College, 1924 M.A., University of North Carolina, 1944 Additional Graduate Work, University of N. C. JAMES L. COMER Instructor of Mathematics B.S., Tennessee Polytechnic Institute, 1953 Graduate Work, University of North Carolina JANIE E. COUNCIL Assistant Professor of Business Education A.B., East Carolina College, 1943; M.A., 1947 HORACE H. CUNNINGHAM Chairman of the Department of Social Sciences; William S. Long Professor of History A.B., Atlantic Christian College, 1936 M.A., University of N. C, 1940; Ph.D., 1952 E. RAY DAY Assistant Professor of Dramatics A.B., Elon College, 1947 M.A., Cornell University, 1948 Additional Graduate Work, Cornell University, University of Missouri EDWARD ROY EPPERSON Associate Professor of Chemistry B.S., Millsaps College, 1954 M.A., University of North Carolina, 1957 DAVID A. FEE Assistant Professor of Bible A.B., Muskingum College, 1953 B.D., Princeton Theological Seminary, 1956 M.A., Yale University, 1958 Additional Graduate Work, Yale University FACULTY BETTY K. GEROW Professor of English A.B. Meredith College, 1937 M.A., University of North Carolina, 1945 WILLIAM RODDEY GINN Admissions Counselor A.B., Elon College, 1956 JOHN A.GRAVES Campus Minister; Associate Professor of Christian Education A.B., Elon College 1950 M.A., Hartford Seminary Foundation School of Religious Education, 1952 JEANNE GRIFFIN Assistant Professor of Physical Education A.B., Elon College, 1951 M.Ed., University of North Carolina, 1960 RICHARD M. HAFF Professor of Biology A.B., College of the City of New York, 1926 M.A., Columbia University, 1928 Ph.D., Cornell University, 1934 ARTHUR B. HARTUNG Assistant Professor of Mathematics A.B., Catawba College, 1959 M.Ed., Duke University, 1960 Additional Graduate Work, Duke University ALONZO LOHR HOOK Professor of Physics and Mathematics A.B., Elon College, 1913 M.A., 1914 M.S., Cornell University, 1926 Sc.D., Elon College, 1960 Additional Graduate Work, The Johns Hopkins iversity. University of Chicago, and Duke University JAMES HOWELL Professor of English A.B., Guilford College, 1925 University of North Carolina, 1931;Ph.D., 1942 FACULTY JOHN R. KITTENGER Assistant Professor of English B.S., Temple University, 1931 B.D., Lancaster Seminary, 1935 S.T.M., Philadelphia Lutheran Seminary, 1936 M.A., University of North Carolina, 1960 CHARLES GILBERT LATHAM Professor of Psychology and Sociology B.S., Ithaca College, 1931 M.S., University of Tennessee, 1941 Additional Graduate Work, Harvard University FRANCES LONGEST Associate Professor of Business Education A.B., Elon College, 1941 M.Ed., Woman ' s College of the University of North Carolina, 1955 Additional Graduate Work, University of North Carolina CHARLES LYNAM Assistant Professor of Voice A.B., Elon College, 1952 M.A., New York University, 1958 Additional Graduate Work, Indiana University GERTRUD W. MacEWEN Assistant Professor of German A.B., Elon College, 1957 M.A., Duke University, 1959 Additional Graduate Work, University of Munich, Germany and University of Heidelberg, Germany DOROTHY S. MASON Assistant Professor of Geography A.B., Woman ' s College of the University of North Carolina, 1957 M.A., University of Georgia, 1960 GARY B. MATTOCKS Assistant Professor of Health, Physical Education Assistant Football Coach; Head Track Coach B.S., East Carolina College, 1958; M.A. 1960 CHARLES MECIMORE Assistant Professor of Accounting B.S., Pfeiffer College, 1958 M.S., University of North Carolina, 1962 FACULTY WILLIAM R. MILLER Assistant Professor of Health, Physical Education Tennis Coach; Basketball Coach A.B., University of North Carolina, 1955 M.Ed., 1956 ELEANOR W. MOFFETT Assistant Professor of English A.B., Converse College, 1932 M.Ed. University of North Carolina, 1958 Ph.D., 1961 FRANCES MULDROW Chairman of Department of Languages; Professor of French, Spanish, and Latin A.B., Georgia State College for Women, 1939 M.A., Duke University, 1946; Ph.D., 1954 LILA CLARE NEWMAN Assistant Professor of Art Ph.B., Elon College, 1911 Graduate Work, Columbia University and Harvard University THEODORE E. PERKINS Librarian B.S., Western Carolina College, 1939 B.D., Duke University, 1946 M.Ed., University of North Carolina, 1957; B.S. in L.S., 1957; M.S. in L.S., 1962 PAUL S. REDDISH Professor of Biology A.B., Duke University, 1933; M.A., 1935 Additional Graduate Work, Duke University LAURIE TULLY REED Acting Chairman of Department of English; Associate Professor of English A.B., University of North Carolina, 1950; M.A. 1955 Additional Graduate Work FERRIS ERVIN REYNOLDS Ch nan of the Department of Philosophy and ion; Professor of Religion, Greek and Philosophy A.B., Butler University, 1928 B.D., Hartford Seminary, 1931; S.T.M., 1932 Ph.D. University of Edinburgh, 1935 FACULTY RUSSELL REYNOLDS Assistant Professor of Spanish A.B., University of North Carolina, 1953; M.A., HOWARD R. RICHARDSON Professor of English A.B., Elon College, 1927 M.A., College of William and Mary, 1932 Ed.D., George Washington University, 1952 FRED G. SAHLMANN Associate Professor of Piano A.B., Elon College, 1951 Mus. B., 1952 M.A., Teachers College, Columbia University, 1953 Additional Graduate Work, Academy of Music, Vienna, Austria; Eastman School of Music, University of Rochester JOHN D. SANFORD Chairman of Department of Health, Physical Education; Baseball Coach; Professor of Health, Physical Education; and Athletic Director A.B., University of Richmond, 1939 M.Ed., University of North Carolina, 1952 Ph.D., University of North Carolina, 1961 BESSIE P. SLOAN Assistant Professor of Spanish A.B., State College of Washington, 1929 M.A., Northwestern University, 1941 Additional Graduate Work, Universities of Indiana, lovi a, Madrid WILLIAM W. SLOAN Professor of Bible and Religious Education A.B., College of Wooster, 1925 B.D., McCormick Theological Seminary, 1929 Ph.D., Northwestern University, 1936 Further Study, Universities of Minnesota, Oklahoma, Usala and Northwestern; Graduate Work, Garrett Biblical Institute, Western-Seabury Theological Seminary, Presbyterian College of Christian Education ARNOLD C. STRAUCH Chairman of the Department of Education and Psychology; Professor of Education B.S., State Teachers College (Pennsylvania), 1936 M.A., University of North Carolina, 1951; Ed.D., 1957 WILLIAM B. TERRELL Alumni Secretary A.B., Elon College, 1925 FACULTY JAMES T. TONEY Assistant Professor of Economics B.S., Appalachian State Teachers College, 1952 M.A., 1956 Additional Graduate Work, Teachers College, Columbia University, University of Colorado GEORGE M. TUCKER Assistant Professor of Health and Physical Education; Head Football Coach B.S., East Carolina College, 1955 M.A., 1958 DUDLEY RAY WATSON Assistant Professor of Business Administration B.B.A., Wake Forest College, 1958 M.B.A., University of North Carolina, 1960 MANLY W. WELLMAN Part-Time Instructor of English A.B., University of Wichita, 1926 B.Lit., Columbia University, 1927 JON R. WENDT Part-Time Instructor of History A.B., University of Delaware, 1962 Graduate Work, University of North Carolina JACK O. WHITE Assistant Professor of Music B.S., Concord College, 1950 M.Ed., University of North Carolina, 1961 JOHN D. WIKE Director of Intramurals for Men; Instructor of Physical Education, Assistant Football Coach B.S., East Carolina College, 1960 JEANNE F. WILLIAMS Acting Chairman of the Department of Business Administration and Business Education; Associate Professor of Business Administration and Mathematics B.S., University of Rhode Island, 1944 M.S., North Carolina State College, 1946 STAFF aT Kay Halbert, Secretary to Dean of the College; Mary D. Thiomas, Secretary to the President. Bertie Fulks, Dormitory Hostess; Melene Hughes, Dormitory Hostess; Josie Livermon, Dormitory Hostess. Judy Samuels, Secretary to the Director of Develop- ment; Ethel C. Carter, Secretary to Director of Student Personnel Services. Hannelore P. Schwarzenbach, Assistant Cafeteria Manager; John C. Wells, Cafeteria Manager. if Lou Harper, Secretary to the Alumni Secretary; Emma Lewis, Secretary; Jacqueline Matlock, Secre- tary to the Admissions Counselor. Doris Johnson, Accountant; Claudette Ross, Secre- tary to the Business Manager; Doris Maney, Cashier. Corinna Foster, Secretary to the Registrar; Virginia Johns- ton, Secretary to the Registrar; Faye Danieley, Secretary to the Registrar. Alma Ellis, Dormitory Hostess. M1 - -r f cl STUDENT BODY All the little selves. Intermingle. Live with life not alone, hut in har- mony. The one coinmon self — the Student Body. Elon College is composed of many faces which express the faces of life itself. Here we travel together in a glass bubble along a winding path of words — education, culture, matur- ity — meanings obscure but growing as the venture progresses. A Fresh- man with brand-new shoes comes and plucks a leaf of ivy. A Sopho- more puts the ivy in his pocket and trips over an untied shoelace. The Junior scuffs the shoes and crushes the ivy. And, then, after the four- year wandering, the Senior presses the brown, crinkled ivy leaf in a scrapbook and shines his shoes with tears. This is the never-changing path of student life, with trails of a million ivy leaves, a million shoes, intermingling. Together living with- in the vibrations of a softly-spoken " Hello " is our Student Body. Here are presented these faces, the little selves. ' - f-:;; SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Jerry Hollandsworth, President ; James Shirley, Vice-President ; Barbara Burnett, Secretary-Treasurer. « f iiM RACHEL LEE ADKINS Box 531 Elon College, North Carolina Elementary Education Pi Kappa Tau, Treas., 4. JOHN ALLEN Ether, North Carolina Biology DONALD AMOS Murphy, North Carolina Physical Education DEWEY VERNE ANDREW Route 1 Snow Camp, North Carolina Mathematics Student Council 3; Basketball 1,2,3,4. CLASS OF ' 63 RICHARD APPERSON 223 Sycamore Avenue Newport News, Virginia Music HELEN ANN BAKER Box 213, Washington Blvd. Elkridge 27, Maryland Spanish and History Beta Omicron Beta; Women ' s Interdormitory Council 3; Student Council 4; Honor Council Revision Comm. 4; Intra- murals 1,2,3; Upperclassmen Chapel Comm., 4; Language Lab. Assistant 4; Commencement Marshal 3. ROBERT LEE BARHAM 141 Dogwood Drive Burlington, North Carolina English RAYMOND EDWARD BELL, JR. 2004 South Church Street Burlington, North Carolina Business Administration Business Club 3,4; Day Student Organization WILLIS F. BILDERBACK 713 Warren Drive Annapolis, Maryland History Sigma Mu Sigma; Honor Council 3. RICHARD BISBEE Apt. lOlF Elon College, N. C. Business Administration THOMAS G. BRADY, JR. Raleigh, North Carolina History and Philosophy Kappa Psi Nu; Pan-Hellenic Council 4; Class President 3; Senate 3; Chaplain of Senate; Student Affairs Comm. 3; Academic and Campus Affairs Comm. 3; Dance Comm. 3; Chapel Comm. 3; Executive Advisory Comm. 3; Choir 2,3,4; Basnight Award for Outstanding Biblical Student 2; Graduation Marshal 3. WHO ' S WHO IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES THOMAS BREESE 69 North Baldwin Street Johnson City, New York Physical Education CLASS OF ' 63 JAMES ALLEN BUIE Box 340 Darlington, South Carolina History Senate 3; Committee on Committees; Academic and Campus Affairs Comm., North State Student Government Assoc, delegate 3; Handbook Comm. 3; E-Men ' s Club 1,2,3; Football 1,2,3; Intramural basketball 1,2,3; Track 1; President of Student Body 4; Chief Marshal 3; May Court Nominating Comm. 2; May Day Escort, 3. RAINEY DeROY BURCH, JR. Box 162 Yanceyville, North Carolina Business Administration Kappa Psi Nu BARBARA LEDFORD BURNETT 240 Alpine Drive Danville, Virginia Elementary Education Tau Zeta Phi. 3,4; Sec.-Treas. Senior Class; Senate 4; Judi- cial Comm. 4; Finance Comm. 4; N.E.A.; W.A.A.; Graduation Marshal 3; Sigma Mu Sigma Sweetheart 4; Homecoming Court 4. GERALD PAYNE BYRD 119 Northbrooke Avenue Suffolk, Virginia Business Administration Council 1; S.C.A. 1; Elon Players. CHARLES THOMAS CARLBERG 4006 Buchanan Drive Hampton, Virginia Business Administration Kappa Psi Nu, Vice-Pres. 3; Pan-Hellenic Council, Pres. 2; Business Club, Vice-Pres. 3; Student Affairs Comm 3. BARBAROS CELIKKOL Bahadirlar Sok. 17 6 Kurtulus Ankara, Turkey Physics and Mathematics Sigma Mu Sigma; Honor Council (Summer School); Senate 3; Order of Oak; Physics Lab Assistant. DONALD CLINE CHILTON 330 Acme Street Reidsville, North Carolina Physical Education NANCY LEE CLARK 2343 Stevens Road Raleigh, North Carolina Elementary Education Tau Zeta Phi, Historian 2, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4; Women ' s Interdormitory Council 2,3,4, Vice-Pres., 3, Pres. 4; S.C.A. 1; Choir 4; Intramural Sports 2,3,4; Freshmen Orientation Comm. 2,3,4; Cheerleader 3,4; Graduation Marshal 3; Home- coming Court 4. WHO ' S WHO IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES CLASS OF ' 63 DEWEY DIAN CLARY Lawrenceville, Virginia Home Economics Tau Zeta Phi, Treas. 4; Home Economics Club; N.E.A. Phi Psi Cli 3; Cheerleader 2,3,4, Chief 4. KENNETH COOK Hillsboro, North Caroli Physical Education THOMAS JAMES CRANDALL Box 27, East Seneca Avenue Canastota, New York Business Administration Foreign Student Comm. 3; Dance Comm. 2; Homecoming Escort 3; Exam Schedule Comm. 4; S.C.A. ; German Club 3; Business Club 4; Band 2. BIRDIE W. CRUTCHFIELD Box 573 Elon College, North Carolina Elementarv Education N.E.A. JOHN DINO DALCIN, JR. 320 Clark Street Tamaqua, Pennsylvania History Sigma Phi Beta, Pres., 3, Vice-Pres. 2; E-Men ' s Club; Foot- ball 1,2,3, Scout 4; Captain Football Team 3; May Court Comm. Chairman 3; Maroon and Gold 1. BERNARD LEROY DODSON Route 1 Whitsett, North Carolina Business Administration business Club 3,4; Day Students Organization 1. JO ANNE DOWELL Route 3, Ridgefield Road Greensboro, North Carolina English Women ' s Interdormitory Council 3; Student Go Comm. 4; W.A.A. 3,4; Choir 3,4. JERRY LEE DRAKE Route 1, Box 156 Greensboro, North Carolina Health and Physical Education Sigma Mu Sigma, Chaplain 2, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4; Honor Council 2; Senate 4; Committee on Committees 4; Honor Council Revision Comm. 4; Parking Comm. 2; E-Men ' s Club 1,2,3,4, Sec. 3; Physical Education Major ' s Club 2,3,4, Presi- dent 4; N.E.A. President 4; French Club 3; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Graduation Marshal 3; N.C.A.H.P.E.R. 2,3,4; A.A.H.P.E.R. WHO ' S WHO IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES CLASS OF ' 63 JUNE ELLEN EVANS Box 373 Gilcrest Princess Anne, Maryland English Tau Zeta Phi; German Club 3; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Dance Comm. 4; May Court 3; May Day 1. THOMAS FARRELL Pittsboro, North Carolina History JANET FAULKNER Route 1 Burlington, North Carolina English Tau Zeta Phi 3,4; Maid of Honor, Homecoming 4. LARRY W. FUQUA 321 East Fifth Street Burlington, North Carolina History SARA LILA GERSHENGOREN 8 Old Well Court East Norwalk, Connecticut Education DIXIE LEE GLADSON 1400 7th Avenue Conway, South Carolina English Choir 1,2; Band 1,2; Maroon and Gold 3; Sec.-Treas. of Choir. • KATHRYN ROSE GOODE Box 353 Pineville, West Virginia Elementary Education Delta Upsilon Kappa; Baptist Students Assoc. 3,4; N.E.A. 4; Board of Elections 4; Revision of Constitution Comm. 4; Choir 3; W.A.A. 3,4; Women ' s Interdorniitory Council 4; Sec. 4; Phi Psi Cli, Senior Editor 4. HAROLD GRAY Hillcrest Drive Pleasant Garden, North Carolina Business Administration CLASS OF ' 63 JOHN A. GRIFFIN Route 1 Ruffin, North Carolina Health and Physical Education Alpha Pi Delta, Chaplain 2, Sports Chairman 2,3,4; Honor Council 4; N.C.A.H.P.E.R. 4; Physical Education Major ' s Club 3,4; N.E.A. 4; Track 4; Intramurals 2,3,4. ROBERT ALAN GWALTNEY 2945 Chapel Hill Road Durham, North Carolina Mathematics Orientation Comm. 4; Chapel Comm. 3,4; Comm. Chairman 4; M.A., 3, Vice-Pres, President 4; College Quartet 2,3,4; Honor Council Revisi Comm. 4; Who ' s Who Comm. 4; Chairman. Student Affairs 4; Choir 2,3,4, SUSAN SANDEFUR HARDY 201 Trollinger Avenue Elon College, North Carolina Music Tau Zeta Phi; Honor Council, Secretary 3; Handbook Comm. 3; Freshman Orientation Comm. 3; German Club 3; Choir 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2, Majorette; Elon Players; Homecoming Spon- sor 3; Shackley Award-Organ 2. JANE MARGARET HARPER 14-66 165th Street Beechhurst 57, New York Elementary Education Delta Upsilon Kappa; Pan-Hellenic Council 3,4, Constitution Comm. 3,4, Vice-Pres. 4; Freshman Board of Control 2; May Day Nominating Comm. 3; Homecoming Nominating Comm. 4; Episcopal Students Assoc. 4; N.E.A., Chairman Constitution Comm. 4; Phi Psi Cli, Organization Editor 3, Assistant Editor 4; Elon Players 2; Intramurals 1; W.A.A. 1; Graduation Marshal 3; May Day 2,3. CHARLES EDWARD HARRIS 2218 Wio:gins Street Burlington, North Carolina Business Administration Business Club SUSAN HARTIS 1324 W. Davis Street Burling-ton, North Carolina History J. SHIELDS HARVEY 303 Monmouth Avenue Durham, North Carolina Business Administration BARRY D. HODGE Route 1, Box 660 Burlington, North Carolina Physical Education Iota Tau Kappa; P.E. Major ' s Club; Monogram Club; Basketball 1,2,3. CLASS OF ' 63 JERRY LEE HOLLANDSWORTH Box 2096 Danville, Virginia Pre-Law Kappa Psi Nu, Sec, 3; Senate 1,3,4; Vice-Pres. of Junior Class; Pres. of Sr. Class; Social and Extra-Curricular Acti- vities Comm., Chairman 4; Senate Finance Conim. 3; Orienta- tion Comm. 3,4; Dance Comm. 3; Executive Advisory Coun- cil 4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Graduation Marshal 3; Language Lab. Assistant. HENRY HORTON, III 7 Emrick Avenue Newport News, Virginia Chemistry Kappa Psi Nu, Chemistry Club. PAUL HERMAN HUEY Route 1 Elon College, North Carolina History Alpha Pi Delta, Sergeant at Arms 3, Sec. 4; Student Council 4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Entertainment Comm. Orientation Comm. 3,4; Community Relation Comm. 3,4; Dance Comm. 3,4; Day Student Organization 1,2; Graduation Marshal 2. MILBURN JEROME JACKSON, JR. Route 2, Box 44 Henderson, North Carolina Physics German Club 3; Homecoming Comm. LARRY JENKINS 204 Springwood Drive Burlington, North Carolina Social Science BARBARA LOUISE JENSEN 4126 Presidential Drive Lafayette Hill, Pennsylvania Elementary Education Beta Omicron Beta; Women ' s Interdormitory Council 2,1 N.E.A. 4; W.A.A. 1; Choir 1,2; Elon Players. HENRY EVERETT JOHNSON 1627 Granville Street Burlington, North Carolina Pre-Law Sigma Mu Sigma; Day Students Organization 1; Rep. 3; Orientation Comm. 2,3. KENNETH FRANK JOHNSON Route 3 Liberty, North Carolina History CLASS OF ' 63 SAMUEL ARNOLD JOHNSON Box 125 Jonesville, North Carolina Business Administration Business Club 3, Pres. 4; Tennis 3; Accounting Lab. In- structor. WILLIAM CALVIN JONES, JR. 8536 Sanlando Avenue Jacksonville, Florida Business Administration Alpha Pi Delta; Intramurals. JEANETTE LAWSON Route 4 Martinsville, Virginia Elementary Education TED LEA 523 East Willowbrook Drive Burlington, North Carolina Business Administration JOHN ROBERT LEACH 202-B Veterans Apartments E!on College. North Carolina Physical Education P.E. Major ' s Club. LI THER WILLLAM LIBBY 1021 Hillside Avenue Norfolk, Virginia Physical Education E-Men ' s Club, P.E. Major ' s Club ; Intramurals f t?r ANTHONY WAYNE MAHANES Madison, Virginia English Sigma Phi Beta, Treas. 2,3, Pres. 4; N.E.A. 4; E-Men ' s Club 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 2. ERNEST BOYCE MANESS 40G Gerringer Street Gibsonville, North Carolina Biology AMY SUSAN LITTEN Greentree Road, Route 4 Burlington, North Carolina Biology Tau Zeta Phi, Sec. 3,4; Senate 3,4; Campus and Academic Affairs Comm.; Methodist Student Fellowship, Chairman 4; Order of the Oak; Dance Comm. 3; Day Students Organiza- tion 1; Homecoming Court 3,4. WHO ' S WHO IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. MICHAEL EDMUND LITTLE 234 West Penn Street Shenandoah, Pennsylvania Physical Education P.E. Major ' s Club; E-Men ' s Club; N.E.A. ; Football 1,2,3; Baseball 1,2.3,4. CLASS OF ' 63 ROBERT LOVELL 905 Everett Street Burlington, North Carolina Chemistry and Math KENNETH BRYANT LUMPKIN 118 Ficklen Avenue Danville, Vii ' ginia History Sigma Mu Sigma, Vice-Pres. 4; Pi Gamma Mu, National Social Science Honor Society, Vice-Pres. 4; Honor Council, Chairman 3; Senate 4; Honor Council Revision Comm. Chairman 4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Track 2,3; Graduation Marshal 3; Dorm Council. JUDITH CRAVEN MANESS 612 Main Street Ramseur, North Carolina Elementary Education Tau Zeta Phi; Sec.-Treas. Soph. Class; See.-Treas. Jr. Class; Senate 2,3; Constitution Revision Conim. 2; Dance Comm 3- Chapel Comm. 2; Comm. on Social Affairs 3; Student Gov ' t Office Improvement Comm. 4; S.C.A. 1,2,3, Sec 2 3- WAA Treas. 2, Sec. 3, Pres.4; N.E.A. 4; Elon Players 1,4 ' ; United Church Student Group 4; Maroon and Gold 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,4; N.C.A.R.F.C.W. 2,3,4; Homecoming Sponsor 2. WHO ' S WHO IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES DAVID MARSHBURN 108 Eastover Avenue Clinton, North Carolina English, History JAMES MARSHMAN 63 Tamaqua Street Audenried, Pennsylvania Philosophy DENISE ADRIENNE MARTIN 419 Dunbar Hill Road Hamden 14, Connecticut English S.C.A. 1,2,3,4; M.A. 1,2; Elon Players 1,2. CLASS OF ' 63 EDGAR WARREN MAY, JR. Box 145 Spring Hope, North Carolina Physical Education P.E. Major ' s Club 2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4. PAGE McCAULEY 119 Clarendon Circle Danville, Virginia English BERNARD ALFRED McPHERSON 1718 Hilton Road Burlington, North Carolina Physical Education MARIAN ROACHE McVEY Snovvf Camp, North Carolina English Delta Upsilon Kappa, Historian 4; Student Council 4; Publicity Comm. 4; Food Comm. 4; W.A.A. 3,4; The Colonnades 4; Choir 3; Intramurals 3,4. WILLIAM THOMAS MINCEY Route 1 Hillsboro, North Carolina Biology Senate 1. JAMES MOORE 1J2-A Watson Drive Turtle Creek, Pennsylvania Physical Education Sigma Phi Beta, Sergeant at Arms 1; E-Men ' s Club, P.E. Majors Club; Football 1,2,3,4. SIMON DOUGLAS MOSS, JR. 541 Tarleton Avenue Burlington, North Carolina Business Administration OTTO MUELLER 1416 Overbrook Road Burlington, North Carolina History, English, Mathematics CLASS OF ' 63 GEORGE NEAL 540 Banks Street Graham, North Carolina Chemistry BARRY OPELL 573 East SGth Street Brooklyn. New York Chemistry Lab. Assistant. Chemistry Club; Maroon and Gold; JERRY RANDALL OSBORNE Route 1 Stanfield, North Carolina Health and Physical Education Iota Tau Kappa; Physical Education Majors Club, Vice- Pres. 4; Basketball Manager 2,3,4; Intramurals 4. GARLAND EARL PASCHAL Route 5, Box 261 Reidsville, North Carolina Business Administration Business Club 3,4; German Club 3. i Sigma Phi Beta; Hellenic Council tramurals 1,3,4. WILLIAM PISCITELLI 13 Hernien Avenue Wellsville, New York Physical Education Chairman of Parking Committee 2,3; Pan- 3; P.E. Major ' s Club; Football 2,3; In- VIRGINIA DUANE POWELL 1301 South Church Street Smithfield, Virginia Elementary Education N.E.A. 4; Homecoming Dance Conim. 2; W.A.A. Homecoming Sponsor; Homecoming Queen. DUDLEY WALTON PURDY, JR. Route 2, Box 148 Edgewater, Maryland Physical Education Sigma Mu Sigma, Sec. 2, Athletic Director 3,4; Senate 2; Judicial Comm. 2; P.E. Major ' s Club 2,3,4; N.E.A. ; Track 1; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; N.C.A.H.P.E.R. 2,3,4; A.A.H.P.E.R. 2,3,4; Homecoming Escort; May Court 3. GEORGE JOHN RAISER, III 330 Wister Road Wynnewood, Pennsylvania History Student Affairs Comm. 3; Publicity Comm. 4; Campus Crier 4. CLASS OF ' 63 NANCY ATLESSA ROUNTREE Sunbury, North Carolina Elementary Education Beta Omieron Beta, Treas. 3; Senate 2; S.C.A. 1,2; M.A. 1; Homecoming Sponsor 1; N.E.A. 4, Program Comm.; W.A.A. 2,3,4; Intramurals 2,3,4. ROBERT BRUCE SAUNDERS 6006 Dickson Road Indianapolis 26, Indiana History and Philosophy Alpha Pi Delta, Chaplain 2; Pi Gamma Mu 4, President 4; Vice-Pres. Sophomore Class; Senate 2,3,4; Judicial Comm. 2.3, Chaplain 4; Orientation Comm. 3,4; Board of Elections 3.4, Chairman 4; Student Executive Comm. 4; Honor Sys- tem Revision Comm. 4; S.C.A. 1,3; M.A. 1,2,3,4, Pres. 4; Uni- ted Church of Christ Student Fellowship 4; Intramurals 2,3, 4; World Trade Fair 4; Freshman Board of Control 2; Graduation Marshal 2,3. WHO ' S WHO IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES MARTHA SEXTON Box 643 Elon College, North Carolina Chemistry CAROL HARRIS SHAVER 105 Greenwood Street Burlington, North Carolina Elementary Education JAMES A. SHIRLEY Business Administration Senate, 4; Chairman of Finance Committee; Vice-Pres. of Senior Class. HERB SINER 405 Maplewood Road Business Administration President of Iota Tau Kappa, JOAN ELEANOR SMITH 118 Alamance Road Burlington, North Carolina Spanish and English Pi Kappa Tau. Vicc-Pres. 2, Pres. 3; Women ' s Interdorniitory Council 4; Pan-Hellenic Council 3. ELEANOR CONN SMITH 2891 Monticello Drive Winston-Salem, North Carolina Mathematics and Music Tau Zeta Phi, Sec.-Treas. of Student Body 3,4; Orientation Committee 3; Secretary of Pan-Hellenic Council 4; Student Ciovernment Executive Comm., Student Government Finance Comm.; S.C.A. 2,3; Order of the Oak 4; Honor Council, Sum- mer School 2,3; Phi Psi Cli, Assistant Editor 3, Editor 4; Choir 2,3,4; Homecoming Queen 3; Homecoming Sponsor 4; Graduation Marshal 2,3; Mav Queen 4. WHO ' S WHO IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. CLASS OF ' 63 CHARLES RICHARD SOMERS Route 2, Box 195 Greensboro, North Carolina Physical Education FRANK SPOERR 140 Parsons Drive Hempstead, New York History MAURICE STALEY 1804 South Mebane Burlington, North Carolina Religion CHARLES WALKER STANFIELD Reidsville, North Carolina History GENE R. STOKES 118 S. Ervin Street Darlington, South Carolina Physical Education P.E. Major ' s Club; E-Me ' n ' s Club; Football 1,2,3,4. JUDY STUART 629-A West Front Street Burlington, North Carolina Elementary Education ROBERT DONALD TERRELL 6603 Carmel Road Richmond 28, Virginia English and Business Administration Kappa Psi Nu, Sec. 1, Pres. 4; Alpha Psi Omega, Sec.-Treas. 3; Senate 1,2,3, Speaker 3; Vice-Pres. Freshman Class; Pres. of Sophomore Class; Vice-Pres. of Student Body 3; Pan- Hellenic Council 2; Student Affairs Comm. 4; Who ' s Who Selection Comm. 3; Executive Comm. 3; Homecoming Comm. 2; Dance Comm. 1; Liberal Arts Forum, Chairman 1,4; Elon Players 1,2,3, Vice-Pres. 2; Maroon and Gold, Assistant Edi- tor 2, Editor 3,4; Phi Psi Cli, Organization Editor 2; Choir 1; Intramurals 4; State Student Legislature of N. C. 2; N.S.S. G.A. 2,3; Student Editors Conference on International Af- fairs 3 ; World Trade Fair 4. DENYSE THEODORE 1318 Bellmore Avenue North Bellmore, New York Elementary Education and English Freshman Board of Control 2; Student Council, Sec. 3; Publi- city Comm. Sec. 4; W.A.A. 1,2,3,4; N.E.A. 3,4; Program Comm. 4; Maroon and Gold 3; Colonnades 4; Campus Crier 4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Cheerleader 3,4. KATHRYN THOMAS Route 1, Box 333 Franklinville, North Carolina Beta Omicron Beta, Vice-President 3; Pan-Hellenic Council, Secretary-Treasurer 3. Graduation Marshal 3, Orientation Comm. 2, W.A.A. 1,2,3, Vice-President 3; Intramurals, Wo- men ' s Interdormitory Council 2,3, Student Senate 2, N.E.A., Phi Psi Cli 3, Maroon and Gold 3. DEMUS LEE THOMPSON 1524 Overbrook Drive Burlington, North Carolina Physical Education Sigma Phi Beta 3,4; Treas. 4, Constitution Revision Comm. 3; Student Affairs Comm. 3,4; Pan-Hellenic Council 3,4, Pres. 4; Community Relations Committee 3,4; Publicity Comm. 3; Stu- dent Union Improvement, Co-Chairman; Spanish Club 4; P.E. Major ' s Club 3,4; Intramurals 3,4; May Day 3,4; Homecoming Escort 4; Executive Comm. 3,4; May Court 4. CLASS OF ' 63 ALLEN TYNDALL, JR. 533 Dale Drive Fayetteville, North Carolina Philosophy and English Alpha Pi Delta, Treas. 4; Senate 1; Honor Council 3; M.A. 1, 2,3,4; S.C.A. 1,2,3; Phi Psi Cli 3, Feature Editor; Choir 3; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Dance Comm. 1,2; Freshman Board of Control, Chairman 2; Publicity Comm. 4; Board of Elections 4; Homecoming Comm., Chairman 4. AUBREY UTZ Star Route 51, Route 5 Madison, Virginia Administration Kappa Psi Nu LEE MARTIN VAUGHN 828 S.W. 19th Street Fort Lauderdale, Florida Business Administration Alpha Pi Delta ROBERT WALTON Route 5 Lexington, North Carolina History mm JO LOU WATSON 2305 Wake Forest Road Raleigh, North Carolina Social Science J. ALVIS WEBSTER Route 3 Graham, North Carolina Mathematics and Physic li i CLASS OF ' 63 WILLIAM C. WHITLEY 401 Middle Street Tarboro, North Carolina Music Lyceum Comm. 3,4; S.C.A. 1; Choir 1,2,3,4; Band 1; Quartet 1,2,3,4; Chapel Organist 1,2. THOMAS EUGENE WIGGIN 111 Llewellyn Drive Westfield, Massachusetts Business Administration Alpha Pi Delta; Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4; Parking Comm.; Intra- murals. ROBERT J. WILLIS Box 11, Route 2 Beaufort, North Carolina Physical Education and History L. DEAN YATES Mayodan, North Carolina Physical Education IN MEMORIAM HENRY EDWIN HORTON, III born September 1, 1941 died October 19, 1962 Henry Edwin Horton, III has paid us a rare compliment indeed. He has left a living tribute to Elon College, the administration, faculty and students. Aware that he had but a few weeks of his life-span left, Henry elected to spend them on this college campus in continuance of his pur- suits as a student. For him, application to the disciplines of learning was a way of life — one worthy of the most valuable of all investments of time and energy. Providence granted to him the privilege of seeing the pursuit of truth in a much clearer perspective than most of us are ever able to see it. All too often we look upon it as merely a stepping stone to a position, success, or to some other projected value. For Henry, this pursuit was valuable in and of itself. And he has made us heirs to this insight. Because of his sojourn among us he has left us still another bequest. We have learned that value of life is not just a matter of longevity. Socrates emphasized that the quality of life must be measured in terms of the ideals reached for, virtues exemplified, and the relationships entered into. In still another respect we are benefactors of Henry ' s so ' journ among us. Because of him we find it easier to believe that beyond this life there must be an opportunity to carry on and complete the unfinished business that has been undertaken. This provides a helpful standard for measuring the quality of our own lives. This memorial gives us the opportunity to say " Thank you " for the many benefits which have accrued to us because Henry chose to live among us as student and friend. X i L %»t, ' 3 ' r p J i 1 L t i T Wl JUNIOR CLASS OFFirFR S Larry Biddle President Valerie Spangler Secretary-Treasurer CLASS OF ' 64 Albertson, Jack 304 Monmouth Ave., Durham, N. C. Albertson, Joe 304 Monmouth Ave., Durham, N. C. Bailey, Elizabeth Rt. 1, Gibsonville, N. C. Barnes, Laura Box 39, Elon College, N. C. Bean, Maxine Rt. 2, Box 315, Granite Falls, N. C. Bell, Ronnie Rt. 2, Box 157, Leaksville, N. C. Bennett, Wanda 410 W. Willowbrook Dr., Burlington, Is Berwind, Judy 71 Jarvis PI., Lynbrook, N. Y. Blomberg. Bill 729 Holbrook Ave., Danville, Va. Broda, Ken 33-14 Nicholson Dr., Fair Lawn, N. J. Brown, Carolyn Rt. 1, Box 8, Troy, N. C. Brown, Ervine Rt. 1, Brown Summit, N. C. Buchanan, Eddie Box 142, Longhurst, N. C. Bulla, Keith 431 N. St., Graham, N. C. Carnevalino, Frank 667 Dekalb Pike, King of Prussia, Penn. Carter, Alpha 105 Fraley St., Faith, N. C. Carter, Peggy Rt. 1, Elon College, N. C. Ciotola, Nick 135 S. Lexington Ave., White Plains, N. Y. Clayton, Sheldon Rt. 3, Roxboro, N. C. Coble, Katherine 922 N. Fla. Ave., Deland, Fla. Cole. Patsy Rt. 2, Box 94, South Boston, N. C. Cook, Carolyn 509 Roach St., Reidsville, N. C. Cowall, Wendy 3819 Garrison St., N.W., Washington 16, D. C. Crutchfield, Jimmy Homewood Acres, Siler City, N. C. Gumming, Anne 24 N. 3rd Ave., Taftville, Conn. Davis, Jackie 2400 Carver St., Durham, N. C. DeVito, Jack 183 Fairfield Ave., Stamford, Conn. Ditzel, Robert 319 Stockton Ave., Roselle, N. J. Dodson, Peggy Rt. 2, Liberty, N. C. Dover, Brenda 412 Trail 2, Grove Park, Burlington, N. C. Downs, John 5228 Sylvester, Philadelphia, Penn. Faulkner, Jerry 1808 Old Alamance Rd., Burlington, N. C. Fisk, Pete North Street, Montague, Mass. Flemming, John 1025 Livingston Ave., South Norfolk, Va. Fletcher, Roger P. 0. Box 482, Elon College, N. C. ' MA JtJ J ( p p CLASS OF ' 64 £ iff) J- L iii isi i; 1. £ IL i ii 1. I Foley, Sara Route 1, Box 125, Stoneville, N. C. Foskett, Shirley Box 91, Lynnhaven, Va. Gonzales, Edmundo 1220 Spring Dr., Falls Church, Va. Griffin, James, Jr. P. O. Box 56, Elon College, N. C. Grose, Milton Box 132, Ramseur, N. C. Hettel, Gail 400 Hampton Rd. Ave., Hampton, Va. Hightower, Foyle 721 East Wade, Wadesboro, N. C. Hobart, Nancy 5110 Manning PL, N.W., Washington 16, D. C. Hudson, Judy 16 Wall PL, Ft. Bragg, N. C. Hurst, Myra 104 Madison St., Reidsville, N. C. Hyde, Paul 6925 N. Ashland, Chicago 26, 111. Ivey, Alice 163 Tarleton Ave., Burlington, N. C. Jones, Jimmy 219 N. 10th Ave., Siler City, N. C. Jordan, Libby Rt. 2, Box 305, Statesville, N. C. Keck, Steve 2821 Alamance Rd., Burlington, N. C. Kolber, Arlene 807 W. 22nd St., Wilmington, Delaware Lankford, Jeanne 515 E. College Ave., Elon College, N. C. Lester, Linda 507 Reed St., Reidsville, N. C. Litton, Sam Rt. 1, Box 198, Salem, Va. Luby, Bill, Jr. 53 Greenfield St., Wethersfield, Conn. Masten, Tom 106 Morgan St., Roxboro, N. C. Mattingly, Grayson 7628 17th St. N.W., Washington, D. C. McCauley, Gerry Box 63, Waverly, Va. Middour, Robert 207 Breedlove Ave., Durham, N. C. Mikell, Hinson Rt. 1, Box 321, Charleston, S. C. Milligan, Bill 92 Abbott Ave., Ocean Grove, N. J. Moize, Flonnie 507 Whitsett, Gibsonville, N. C. Morris, Doris Ann Rt. 1, Box 69, Stanardsville, Va. Mullis, Ada 1905 Taylor St., Greensboro, N. C. Murray, Geralene Rt. 1, Hillsboro, N. C. Nobles, Bill Rt. 1, Box 91, Chadbourn, N. C. O ' Hara, Hugh 904 Park Ave., Falls Church, Va. Olson, Bruce 365 Whitehall, Northlake, 111. Paska, Charles 5021 S. 25th St., Arlington, Va. Perry, Marion Rt. 4, Burlington, N. C. CLASS OF ' 64 Pope, Kenneth 428 Chestnut St., Henderson, N. C. Pruitt, Wayne Rt. 2, Ruffin, N. C. Quails, Nancy 313 N. Sellars Mill Rd., Burlington, N. C. Reed, John 114 Rodgers Rd., Fairfax, Va. Rice, Thomas 916 Bellevue St., Burlington, N. C. Rich, Frank 1219 Ridgecrest Ave., Burlington, N. C. Roach, Polly Rt. 3, Axton, Va. Robinson, Paul 300 Sunnieholme Dr., Fairfield, Conn. Rogers, Harold Rt. 1, Snow Camp, N. C. Roth, David Sky Meadow Farm, Purchase, N. Y. Russ, Tommy Shallotte, N. C. Ryals, Lynn 2617 Erwin Rd., Durham, N. C. Sawyer, Wally 6 Worden PI., Portsmouth, Va. Schucker, Larry Box 70, Rt. 3, Hickory, Va. Secrist, Philip, Jr. Vets. Apts. 302-b, Elon College, N. C. Shirley, Jim 209 Charles Ave., Portsmouth, Va. Smith, Wayne Rt. 1, Burlington, N. C. Smithwick, Carson 234 Apple Ave., Hampton, Va. Spangler, Valerie 404 Lexington Dr., Silver Spring, Md. Spitler, Lydia Rt. 4, Sanford, N. C. Stratton, Linda 822 N. Mebane St., Burlington, N. C. Strigo, Charlie Rt. 1, Mebane, N. C. Tart, Willie 200 E. Pearsall St., Dunn, N. C. Trageser, Carol Rt. 2, Box 95, Arnold, Md. Turnage, Larry 1601 Roseland St., Greensboro, N. C. Vining, Terry 705 Rivers Ave., Charleston, S. C. Webster, Aileen Rt. 1, New Hill, N. C. Wicker, Robert 28 Katherine PI., Asheville, N. C. Wilburn, Sonny 323 Caswell St., Burlington, N. C. Williams, Davis 220 Southampton Rd., Franklin, Va. Woodward, Brenda E. Berkshire, Vt. Wrenn, Gene 144 Tarleton Ave., Burlington, N. C. Yentis, Paul 2509 N. Utah St., Arlington 7, Va. Young, Bob 42 Burkis Ave., Oyster Bay, N. Y. Zimmerman, Scott 943 48th St., Brooklyn, N. Y. R 1 (P5 t Tf O f fr ' Q ' f m SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Fred Stephenson President John Jones Vice-President Linda Keck Secretary-Treasurer Aaron. Ann 711 Lexington Ave., Burlington Anderson, John Star Route, South Boston, V Andes, David Box 625. Elon College. N. C. Andrew. Howard Route 1, Snow Camn. N. 0. Arey, Ken 331 New York Ave., Harrisonburg, . Autry, John 21 Woodside Ave.. Buzzards Bay, Ma LASS OF ' 65 Baer. AI 135 Ohio Ave. Barker, Bruce Barnhar 318 Harden St, Barnwell. Jane 708 Lexington , West Springfield. 1. York. S. C. Portsmouth. Va. College. N. C. rlington. N. ( Jani Route 87. Columbia. Conn. Bass. Jewelle Star Route. South Boston, Va. Beals, Allen 24 Baldridge Rd.. Annapolis. Beery. Tom 1014 Tod St.. Falls Church. Binkley, Dianne 268 Hawthorne Rd. N.W Salem, N. C. Blair. Bill Box 95. Saxapahaw. N. C. Blanks. Jimmy Route 1. Roi Va. N. C. McLea Bolick, Jerry Bosqu Box 245. Hav Boyle. Carole 416 Churchill Boswell. Norma 10312 Ridgemoor Dr., Silver Spring, Md. Brandt. Roy 12 Margate Rd., Lutherville, Md. Bromirski, Adrian 1114 N. Stiles St., Linden. N. J. Brooks, Larry 1202 Ellis Rd.. Durham. N. C. Brower. Nancy 131 Othoridge Rd.. Lutherville. Md. Brown. Lynwood Rt. 2, Box 201. Hillsboro. N. C. Brown, Patsy Route 1. Gibsonville. N. C. Bryant, Judson 106 Laurel Lane. Virginia Beach. Va. Burke. Ellen 722 Ward St. Ext.. Graham. N. C Burton. Lorctta Rt. 2. Box 29. Brown Summit. N. C. Butler. Nancy 59 Elm St.. Tariffville. Conn. Byerly, Jerry 4457 Northampton Dr.. Winston-Salem. N. C. Caines. Phillip Route 1. Bolton. N. C. Cartin, Patty 1222 12th St. PI.. N. W.. Hickory. N. C. Catcs. Gerald 1464 Kennedy Rd.. Tifton. Ga. Cheynev. Linda 40 Decatur Rd.. Haverton. Penn Chilton. Ruth Route 1. Reidsville. N. C. Clark. Bill c o Com. Off.. Nav FPO San Fran.. Ca Cleveland. Mike 926 Box 152. 5721 S. St.. ngto Clinton, 19 Ronald Dr.. Waterbury. Conn. Conally. Tommy 123 S. Mebane St.. Burlington, N. C. Conklin, Nellie 906 Anthony St.. Burlington, N. C. Cook, Alex 813 Fontaine St.. Franklin. Va. Cookenbach. Carol 9 Williams Rd.. Haverford, Penn. Cooper, Russell 1939 McKinney St.. Burlington. N. C Corbitt, Tom 305 Second St.. Pocomoke City. Md. Corder. Olivia 821 Buckner St.. Box 381. Graham, N.C. Cote, Joseph 22 Prospect St.. Falls River, Mass. Cox. Terry 207 Co Dailey. Ji 119 Proctor St Denhart. Ronald bia Ave.. Ramseur. N. C. Suffolk. Va. . „.. N. C. Farnsworth. Mike 705 Devon Rd.. Richmond. Va. Ferguson, Susan 3606 East Oak Dr., Durham. N. C. Fischer, Karen 6136 N. 22nd St.. Arlington 5. Va. Fox. Leon Route 1. Roxboro. N. C. Garner, Steve 3033 Maple Ave.. Burlington. N C George, Roni 1548 E. 35th St., Brooklyn 34. N. Y Golla. Mike 202 Spring Dr.. Falls Church. Va. Grabenstetter, Louise 62 Peltier Ave., Metuchen, N. J. Grady. Roberta 69 Union St.. Norwich. Conn. Graham, Bill 804 Jefferson St.. Hamlet, N. C Greeson, Glenda Rt. 1. Box 123. Burlington. N. C. Gregory. John 103 Tonbridge Rd., Richmond. Va. Gunkel, Richard 1211 W. Lake Ave.. Baltimore 10. Md. Gwaltney, Cecil 328 Grace St., Smithfield, Va. Harding, Billy 614 Peachtree St., Emporia. Va. CLASS OF ' 65 Harper. Kenneth Box 1454, Elon College, N, Harriman, Dale 2808 Wesleyan Lane, Win N. C. Harris, Barbara 60G W. 1st St., Fairfax. Vt Helfand, Arnold 114 W. 30th St.. Wilmingt Hendrix, Diane instc -Salem, N. C. Blacksburg. Va. Hobbs, Hani 108 Jacks Hodkinson. Ronald 66 N. B Street, Taftville, Conn. Hogenaen. Marty 609 Hilltop Dr.. Lutherville. Md. Holmes. Jerry Box 194. Elon College. N. C. Horton. Helen 126 Crane Ave.. Taunton. Mass. Hosey. Bob Mill Cr. Rd.. Hockessin, Delaware Howie. Dennis 1242 Circle Dr.. Baltimore, Md. Huffines, Grover Rt. 3, Burlington, N. C. Hughes. Reid Rt, 2. Burlington. N. C. Humphrey. Sue 2602 Edgewood Ave. Ext.. Burlington, N. C. Iskyan. Hazel 1415 Broad St.. Durham. N. C. Isley. Dennis Rt. 4. Burlington. N. C. Jeffreys, Kay Rt. 6, Burlington, N. 0. 2308 Greenwood Dr., Portsmouth, Va. Johnson. Clayton 703 W. Elm, Graham. N. C. Marian Dr. Alexandria, , Burlington, 1008 Sidney Johnson. Pam 421 Mosby St., Manassas, Va. Johnson. William, Jr. P. O. Box 114, Elon College, N. C. Jones, Joe Larry Jone N. C. Rt. 5, Box 628, ones, Judy 706 W. 2nd Ave., Frankli ensboro, N. C, Julii N. C. Kallam, Carol Rt. 2. Walnut Cove, N. Keck, Linda 2025 S. Church St., Bur! Kelley, Dan ith Ave., [empson, Timothy 921 Spofford Ave. Dar S. C. Apt., Kev, Ker 205 A Ve Knautz, Dix Kronberg, Karlis ' Rt. 1. Haw Rive Lancaster, Ronald 305 Trail 2. Bu Lassiter. David Elizabeth, N. J. Elon College, N. C. 134, Gretna, Va. , N. C. Rt., N. C. Lewis, Ka 1707 Pinecrest St.. Burlington. N. C. Leypoldt. Marcia 4232 Opalocka Dr., McLean, Va. Longest, Bonnie 608 E. College Ave., Elon College, N, C. Loy. Jane 420 Glenwood Ave., Burlington. N. C. Lumbard. George 441 Argyle Dr.. Alexandria. Va. Macdonald. Alan 717 Woodlawn Ave.. Falls Church. Va. Maclntyre. Charles 113 Governors Dr.. Chester, Penn. Mahon. Linney 1206 Chatham Heights. Martinsville. Va. Marvin, Robert Center Rd., Woodbridge, Conn. Massey. William Shacklefords, Va. Mast, Edward 95 Brookside Rd., New Britain, Conn. McDuffie. Sally 41 Alden Ave.. Portsmouth, Va. McLaughlin, Ruth 701 Speyer Ave., Monaca, Penn. Michael, Voight Rt. 1, Gibsonville, N. C. Miller, Richard P. O. Box 636, Elon College. N. C. Monger, Carroll Rt. 2. Box Lo. Elkton, Va. Morgan, Billie Jo Rt. 2. Box 166, Elkton, Va. Morin, Deborah Main St., W. Boxford, Mass. Morris, Michael Box 374. Uncasville, Conn. Morrison, Bert 100 Pine Rfl.. Portsmouth, Va. Neal, Briggs 233 Academy St., Madison, N. C. Newman, Ann Rt. 1. Henderson, N. C. Nichols, John 429 New Ri Padgett, Don Upland Jacksonv Ave., Metuchen, I Parsley, Betsy Vets. Apt. 203-C, Elon College, N. Pepe, James 1067 N.Y. Dr., N. Massapaqua, L. N. Y. CLASS OF ' 65 Petty, Don , 115 Tarpley Street, Burlington, N. 0. Pierce, Patricia Rt. 8, Box 1000, Sanford, N. C. Pittard. Hal 109 Franklin, Oxford, N. C. Poel. Jim 104 Timber Lane, Wilmington 3, Del. Popowski, Carole 14 Harrison St., Sayreville, N. J. Potter, David 15 Flat Rock Rd., Easton, Conn. Powell, Beverley 3239 South Utah St., Arlington 6, Va. Price, Barbara LeaksviUe, N. C. Price, Linda 433 Patrick S Pridgen, Glenda Rt. 7, Sanford, N. C. Pruitt. Richard Rt. 1. Box 323, Pelham, N. C. Reid. Marti ,., . 7 Haslet Way Westhaven, Wilmingtoi e, Del. Rice. William Rt. 2. Graham, N. C. Rittle, Pat 18 Horst Ave.. Lebanon, Penn. Rix, Barbara , 2898 Monticello Dr.. Winston-Salem N. 0. Rohrs, Andrew 250 Main St., South Deerfleld, Mass. Rovere, Ken 702 Rt. 23, Wayne, N. J. Rowell, Tyrone 420 Andrews Ave., Henderson. N. C. Rudd, Sue Rt. 1, Brown Summit, N. C. Rumley, Tinita Rt. 1, Brown Summit, N. C. Saddler, Bob Rt. 3. Graham, N. C. Sandbank, Patricia 2923 South Columbus St., Arlington. Va Sandefur. Kathryn 905 Somerset Dr., Charleston, W. Va. Sargent, John R.R. 1, Box 34. Whitehouse Station N. J. Saunders, Peggy P. O. Box 7, Chuckatuck, Va. nidt. N. J. 522 Fernwood Terrace, Lii Seale, Dan 1 Early Dr., Portsmouth, Va. Sellers, John Rt. 3, Broadway, Va. Sharpe, Lillian Box 93, Rt. 2, Cedar Grove, N. C. Sharpe, Reita Rt. 2. Snow Camp, N. C. Shepard, Becky 522 Overlook St., Greensboro, N. C. Shields, Owen Blairs, Va. Shreves, Melvin Bloxom, Va. Simonds, Robert Brattleboro Rd., Hinsdale, N. H. Sinclair. Lowry 120 Sycamore Rd., Franklin, Va. Smith. Cleveland 354 Florence Street, Fall River, Mass. Smith, Leon 302-A Vet Apt., Elon College, N. C. Smith. Peter Miramar Inn, West Palm Beach, Fla. Stephenson, Fred 3 Danecroft Ave., Greenville. R. I. Stanley, Ellen 7529 Barrens Rd., N. W.. Roanoke, Va Strader, Betty Rt. 1, Box 382. Lugoff. S. C, Switzer, Stanley 124 Moore Ave.. Burlington, N. C. Teed, Ellen 135 Prospect St., E. Longmeadow, Mass. Tillman, Barbara 404 Edmunds St., South Boston, Va. Tillotson, Carolyn 2323 Okalina Ave., Winston-Salem, N. C. Tillotson, Rosalyn 2323 Okalina Ave., Winston-Salem. N. C. Trask, Alan 396 Huntington Ave.. Hyde Park. Mass. Turner, Wayne Rt. 3, Box 364, Suffolk, Va. Ward, Charles 145 Valley Rd., Southern Pines, N. C. Ward, John Box 1485. Wilmington. N. C. Watson, James 416 S. Maple St., Graham, N. C. Weber, George Waldorf, Md. Weid, Diana 19 Hillvale PI., Alexandria, Va. West, Bobby 2805 Fairview Rd., Durham, N. C. Womble, Donald 1703 Cobb St., Greensboro, N. C. Woodward, Albert 2600 Ferris Rd., Wilmington, Del. Woolard. Diane Rt. 2, Box 684, Washington, N. C. Wright, Betsy Rt. 3, Box 76. Mebane, N. C. Wright, Mary P. O. Box 228, Hampton, Va. York, Brenda Rt. 1. Liberty, N. C. Young, Peter Rt. 2. Box 104. Vienna. Va. Yule, Gay 528 South Marion. Bluffton, Ind. Zimmermann. Richard 466 Easton Road. Glenside, Penn. 1 LSgJLl Mtrndi m ? . ' y .! FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS , Oscar Fowler President Denny Parker Vice-President Dianne Hancock Secretary-Treasurer CLASS OF ' 66 Abrams. Ben 2742 Hydrangea PI.. V. Alper, Mark 1124 Hawthorne Rd.. W Anderson. Thomas Route 3. Chatham, Ela Va. 409 Union Ave.. Burlington. N. Augustine, Stephanie 47 Carol Rd.. Westfield. N. J. Avila. Charles Church St.. Chester. Vermont Bailey. Janet 2835 Robin Hood Rd.. Winston- N. C. Baines, Rufus 112 Katherine St.. Suffolk, Va. Barfield. Rodney 915 Veda St.. Fayetteville, N. C. Barker, Gayle 107 Beverly PL. Greensboro. N. C. Barnes, Edward Route 1. Reedville. Va. Barnes. Gayle Rt. 4. Lynbank Rd.. Henderson. 1 Becker, Richard 619 Hammond St.. Durham. N. ( Beeson. Bonnie 1603 Wilton Dr., Greensboro, N. i Benson. Mary 5335 B Carnarvon. Norfolk 13. Va. Best. Elizabeth Tarpley St., Burlington, N. C Blair, Anne Hen St., Or Va. Blanchard, Howard 118 Dogwood Dr.. Burl Booe. Kathryn Route 2. Elon College. N. C. Boone, Charles 1001 Gloria Ave., Durham, N. C. Boyd, Roy 3629 Barclay Downs Dr., Charlotte. N. C. Brady, Connie Route 3. Graham, N. C. Broadaway. Isaac Liberty. N. C. 4 Fairway Dr.. Portsmouth, Va. Brown, Jean 601 Fern Lane. Annandale. Va. Route 3. Liberty, N. C. Route 1. Elon College, N. C. Bryant. Mike «31 Watson Ave.. Winston-Salem. N. C. Barrage. Diane Box 722. Liberty. N. C. Bartsche, John 5 Hattie Ave.. Greenville, R. I. Cabaniss, Buddy Box 379, Conover, N. C. Caffee. Gayle 9 Carriage Lane. Newport News. Va. Cameron. Jerry Route 4. Santord. N. C. Canady. Lynda Rt. 1. Box 414. Hopemills, N. C. Carleton. Sandra Sherwood Forest. Cedar Mt.. N. C. Chafin. Mary 125 Rosedale Cir., Winston-Salem, N. C. Clapp, Robert 118 Cedar St., Norwich. Conn. Clarke. Lee 7624 Sweet Briar Rd.. Richmond, Va. Claxton, Helen 4448 Burlington PI., N.W., Wash.. D. C. Clayton. Ann Route 1. Hillsboro. N. C. Cobb. Eileen Box 276. Main St., Amherst. Va. Cobia, Robin 2007 Braxton Lane. Greensboro. N. C. Cockman. Richard 601 Fountain PL. Burlington, N. C. Compton. William Route 3. Burlington, N. C. Coolidge, Mary Church St.. Amston, Conn. Correll, Linda 109 West Lee St., Mebane, N. C. Council. Daphne Route 4. Burlington. N. C. Covington. Brodie 1512 Albright Ave.. Burlington, N. C. Crabtree. Scott Box 3000. Sparger Rd.. Durham. N. C. Crooks. Roger R.F.D. 1. Uncasville. Conn. Crutchfield, Becky Box 236, Swepsonville. N. C. Daniel. Nancy Jo 432 Clark St.. Henderson. N. C. Darden. Charles 407 South Main St.. Suffolk. Va. Dawson. Joe 515 South 3rd St., Sanford, N. C. Dean, David 138 Summit Ave.. Elkton. Va. £ 9 £■ f f CLASS OF ' 66 r J p DeHart, Jane B49 Richfield Ave.. Kenilworth. N. J. de Jonff, Marie 434 West Sixth Ave.. Roselle, N. J. DeLowrey, Richard 456 Garden City Dr., Monroeville. Penn. Denny. Bob 2927 Bon Air Ave.. Winston-Salem, N.C. DeRosier, Dian 511 Charles St., Mebane, N. C, Dickerson. Leon Route 2. Roxboro. N. C. Dodge, Bill 125 Providence, Wavcrly, New York Donghty, Linda 129 Guernsey Lane, Franklin. Va. Drake. Kay Route 1, Box 156. Greensboro. N. C. DuPre. Dong 6017 Tyndale Dr., McLean. Va. Ed wards. Wally Box 421, Spring Hope, N. C. Everett, Nancy 119 Linden Ave., Suffolk, Va. Fardella, Joan 157-OS 14th Ave., N. Y., N. Y. Farlow, Jean 1205 Hill Street, Greensboro, N. C, Farmer, Jane 350 Chestnut St., Fairport Harbor, O. Faw, Kenneth Mount Cuba, Delaware Fincher, Thelbert Rt. 2, Box 78, Candler, N. C. Fiorito. Jeanne Rt. 8. Box 71, Greensboro, N. C. Fitch, Douglas 87 Orchard St., Norwich, Conn. Foster, Kate 104 E. Greenway North, Greensboro, N.C. Fonshee, Tommy Box 726, Liberty, N. C. Fowler. Oscar Rt. 1. Box 90, Whales-ville, Va. Frye. Beverly Box 524, Hamlet, N. C. Gamble, Jennifer 905 Oakland St., Hendersonville, N. C Garner, Richard 720 Pothan Ave., Burlington, N. C. Garrett. Vance Route 1, Mebane, N. C. Gates. Anna Frances 516 S. Morcan St., Roxboro, N. C. George. Ronald Star Route, Chatham, Va. Gibson. Dwight Pine Hall. N. C. Giesler. Dong 1004 Florida Ave., Bristol. Tenn. Good. Richard 1152 S. Thomas St.. Arlington, Va. Gordon. Ann 609 W. Front St., Burlington, N. C. Graham, Jimmy 104 Minturn Ave., Hamlet, N. C. Griffin. Michael 2016 S. Mebane St.. Burlington. N. C Guyton. Amanda Glen Raven. N. C. Haffey. Marion 190 Greenwood St.. New Britain, Conn. Haigh, John jjSSlS Brunett Ave., Silver. Maryland Box 1353. Burlington, N. C. Hall. Margaret 737 Lee St.. Asheboro, N. C. Hall. Ray 2S16 Seawell St.. Greensboro. N. C. Halwachs. Roger 218 Post Ave. Hancock. Dianne 3301 Matoaka R Hancock. Gwen 208 Randolph St.. Fairfa: Lyndh d.. Hampton N. J. Va. Rt. Lexington. N. i-Salem. N. . Box 63. Suffolk. Va. Harvey. Jo 407 W. Seven Hege. Diane 2855 S. Main St.. Wins Hege. Robert 2012 E. Spra,rne. Winston-Salem. N. C Hendrickson. William 905 Thomas Ave.. Riverton. N. J. Hendrix. Mike Route 3. Winston-Salem N C Herbert. Mike 709 Douglas Ave.. Portsmouth. Va. Hicks. Janie Box 111. Haw River. N. Hill. Betty Lou Rt. 2. Box 143, Bennett, N. C. Hillers. Judy 10216 RWgemoor Dr.. Silver Spring. Md. Hoffman. Beth CLASS OF ' 66 Holman. Cheryl 4347 Old Belews Creek Rd.. Winston- Salem, N. C. Holway. Harry South Main St., Centerville. Mass. Hudson, Richard 507 Holly Oak Rd., Wilmington 3, Del. Huffines, Ellen Bo.x 266, Gibsonville, N, C. Hutson, Garth Box 325, Whitsett, N. C. Isley, Betty Route 2, Snow Camp, N. C. Jeffrey, Thomas 6209 N. Trenholm Rd., Colu Johnson, Betty Petticoat Pastures, Woodstock Valley, Johnson, Howard Liberty. N. C. Johnston, Linda 26 Park Lane Rd Jones. Eddie 1715 Woodland Av S. C. 2670 Ridgen Fairfax, Va. , Burlington, N. C. . N.W., Atlanta 18, Kanoy, Wayne 3309 Matoaba Rd.. Hampton, Va. Keeton, Carolyn 735 Harrison St.. Petersburg, Va. Keith, Carol 832 Crescent Dr., Reidsville, N. C. Kent, Evelyn 27 Crestview St., Granite Falls, N. C. Kernodle, Charles 444 Tarleton Ave.. Burlington. N. C. Kimbro. Kay 210 N. 6th St., Mebane, N. C. King, James 428 Circle Dr., Burlington, N. C. Krejci. Clayton 1717 Powells Point Dr., Bayside, Va. Kurrle, Chris Box 368, Rt. 1, Severna Park. Md. Lam. Gary Goodspeed Rd.. Virginia Beach. Va. Lambeth. Jack 202 Markham St., Burlington. N. C. Laufer. Paulette 14830 S. River Dr.. Miami, Fla. Layman. Donna Hq. USAREUR, APO 430, P A Div., N. Y., N. Y. Layton. David 413 Rocky Knoll Rd., Greensboro, N. C. Lee. Barbara 12 Summer St., Georgetown, Mass. Lent. David 800 S. Gerald Dr.. Newark, Del. Lester. Jill 702 N.E. 1st St.. Ft Lauderdale, Fla. Liebler, Charles 307 Hatton Point Rd., Churchland, Va. Lind. Donald 1145 Narra. Blvd., Cranston 6, R. I. Littiken, Homer 315 Climax, Graham, N. C. Little, Charles Route 1, Burlington, N. C. Little. Linda Lansing, N. C. Lougee. Carol 309 Monmouth Ave., Durham. N. C. Loy, Diane 2613 Saddle Club Rd.. Burlington, N. C. Lnkas, Barbara 458 Unqua Rd.. Massapequa, N. Y. Macey, William Box 77, Chester, Vermont Mangnm. Kent Lakeside Dr., Fuquay Springs, Westfield, Mass. N.C. Markey. Richard 793 Western A Mason. Charles 2007 Woodrow St., Durham, N. C Maarer, Sally 110 Case St., Norwich, Conn. McClellan. Sandra 901 Hillside Ave., Charlotte, N. C McClellan, William Box 707. Marion, Va. McDonald. Aubrey Route 1, Elon College, N. C. McFadyen. Robert 304 Oakwood Dr.. Raeford, N. C. Mclver, Alexander Route 2. Mebane. N. C. McLaughlin. Pam 524 Tarleton Ave., Burlington, N. McLean, Tom 427 Bland Blvd.. Burlington, N. ( McPherson, Lorraine 2698 Catherine Dr., Burl Melton, Jim Route 1. Burlington, N. C. Michael, Jerry nning Ave., Elon College, N. C. St., Henderson, N. C. jP ( ft |?5 « iCi £ i;£I IJ CLASS OF ' 66 v £ 1 fi £ Monday, Pegffy 3618 N. 13th St.. Arlington, Va. Montgomery, Theodore N. C. Rd Mur Mickey College, N. C. rart, Burlington West Rye. : Box 204, Elon College, Nagy. Sandy 43-23 220 Place. Bayside 61. N. Nance. Ruby Box 100. Cedar Falls, N. C. Neathery. Sandra 218 Ferndale Rd., Portsmouth, Petersburg. Va. Apt. 201 C, Elon College, N. C. Page. Thomas 704 Buchar Parker. Lydia 3211 William St.. Paschal. Linda 2416 Pickett Rd.. Di Payne. Betsy 925 N. Longfellow St Payne. Jim 701 City Park Ave.. Pearce. Russell 2713 Roxboro Rd.. Du Perkins. Brenda 909 Bellevue St.. Bui Perry. Lydia Route 1. Snow Ci Phillips. John Route 1. Liberty. Pointer. Jane Box 42. Semora. 1 Poore. Wayne 223 Reamer Ave.. Powers. Phyllis Route 2. Bennett, Price. Carolyn Sussex, Va. Price, Ronald Altamahaw. N. C Pruette, Sonny 1239 Hamilton i N. C. Pulliam. Eva Gray 819 Randolph Av. Quinlin. Judy 2203 Young St.. I Reeves. Linda Route I. Pilot Mou Reynolds. Joey Portsmouth. Va. p, N. C. Roanoke Rapids, ;. Boston. Va. ngton. N. C. 916 Bellevue St.. Burlington. N. ( Rice. Lee 7813 Jay Miller Dr.. Falls Church, Rich. Robert Route 3, Oraham. N. C. Riley. Sandra Route 3. Mehane. N. C. Ritter. James KOO McDonald Ave.. Hamlet, N. ( Robbins. Kaye Route 3, Kernersville. N. C. Roberts. Joey Route 2. Burlington, N. C. Robertson. George 1208 Winstead Rd.. Wilmington. D Rodney. Tom 115 W. 36th St.. Wilmington. Del. Rogers. Nancy Route 1. Martinsville. Va. Rost. Carl 220 Harding Rd.. Southampton. Penr Rutledge. Bor Bur aunders. Junior Box 473. Rohbin ftwyer. Bobby 804 Church St.. ngtc Zebu Penn. Schoonmaker. Paul 426.4th St.. Tyro Schwanda. Ben 28 Marshall St.. Old Gree Scott. Bill Route 1. Robbins. N. C. Seaman. Judy 409 Sunrise Ave.. Hendcr Clover, Va. Sedwick. Doni Sellei 6th Rd.. Arlingto CLASS OF ' 66 Sharp, Paul 11() Duke Dr., Portsmouth, Va. Sharp, Peggy 120 S. Washington Ave., Reidsville, N. C. Shields, Comar Blairs. Va. Shoffner, Mike Route 1, Elon College, N. C. ShuU, Graeme 1943 HarrU Rd.. Charlotte, N. C. Simpson, Martha 105 Chestnut St., Manchester, Conn. Smith, Becky 913 Barbee St., High Point, N. C. Smith, Jacquelin 46 Larone Ave., West Springfield, Mass. Smith, Kenneth Route 1, Liberty, N. C. Smith, Sharon 200 Horatio Ave., N. Merrick, L. I., N. Y. Smithers, Richard 2605 Hickory Ave., Burlington, N. C. Sonovick, Roy 929 Big Oak Rd., Morrisville, Penn. Spivey, Hilda 1018 Sunset Dr., Asheboro, N. C. Springle, Len 409 Henderson Dr., Jacksonville, N. C. Stanley, Rachel Box 185, Leaksville, N. C. Stutts, Jimmy Route 1. Burlington, N. C. Stutz. Russell 126 N. Wayne St., Arlington 1. Va. Swan, Karen 28 Linden St., Massapequa. N. Y. Swift, Vickie Route 1, Elon College, N. C. Swindler, Lynn 380 Bancroft Rd., McLean, Va. Tarleton, Gail 9509 Fern PI.. Annandale, Va. Tate, Elizabeth 1008 Garfield Rd., Burlington, N. C. Tedder, Martha Route 4, Asheboro, N. C. Terry, Billy Route 1, Chatham, Va. Tesche, Al 2603 Summit Terrace, Linden. N. J. Teuton, Diane Rt. 2. Box 129A. Smithfield. Va. Thaxton. Betty CO Thaxton Motel, South Boston, Va. Thompson, Bill 227 South Main St., Graham, N. C. Thompson, David 106 Watson St., Windsor, N. C. Throckmorton, John Armed Forces Staff College. Norfolk II, Va. Turner, Martha Rt. 1. Box 272, Stoneville, N. C. Turner, Rik 107 Constitution Ave., Portsmouth, Va. Van Dien, James 401 E. Melbourne Ave.. Silver Spring, Md. Wagoner, Denny Box 455, Rt. 1. Elon College. N. C. Wagoner, Leslie 227 TroUinger Ave.. Elon College. N. C. Walters, George 405 E. Graham St., Mebane, N. C. Walton, Steve 518 Hillcrest Ave., Burlington, N. C. Ward, Margaret Ware, Cary 515 Coleman St.. Reidsville, N. C Watkins. James Route 2. Stoneville. N. C. Watts, Joe Adsit. Virginia Weathcrly.Margaret 3224 Wake Forest Highway, Durham. N. C. Webster, Becky Route 6. Burlington, N. C. Weeks, Julie 4926 Bower Rd., Roanoke, Va. Welch, Deetz 600 Virginia St., Kingstree. S. C. West, Edward Route 5. Henderson, N. C. White. Glenda Route 3, Pittsboro, N. C. Wilkins. Molly 1110 Franklin St., Burlington. N. C. Wilkinson, Betty 21 Harbour Lane. Massapequa, N. Y. Willard, Alan R. F. D. 1. Chester, Vermont Williams, Harold 1500 Bowden, Ave., Bavside, Va. Wilson, Gladys Route 1. Robbins, N. C. Wimbish. Don 112 Sunset Dr.. Collinsville, Va. Wootton, Patricia Box 122. Clarksville. Va. York, Steve 605 N. 3rd St., Mebane, N. C. Younger, Ed Box 1482, Charlotte, N. C. - g | h " ' • pj C P iii C n fv P ? " i D P p J ' t f m lfr ' iji i Don ' t you people pay your bills around Young man, you are pre- ),era 9 OVerdUB. O ' Kelly never had it so good! Let ' s see . . . Six parts gin to how much vermouth ? Honey, the photographer ' s here. ■ ■ Hf VVI VN ' ERS 9 IL 1 B 1 r - N- " . " (i I i 1 1 B B SBB kit he copied my answers , . , . I, ,1, , But mother, he ' s a senior at For proper analysis, are you sure this was all that Carolina was left from supper? The boys will be here in a minute. And then she threw me over her shoulder Chapel was never like this. You must be kidding, Mr. WelK If I don ' t get off strict-campus soon ... ! ! ! Quoth the raven " Nevermore. " ACTIVITIES To learyi from books is merely a part of our preparation; the fulfill- ment of knowledge comes with living together and tvorking together in the sphere of campus activity. There is a place for every student at Elon where he can develop his out- side interests and broaden his scope. These student groups give all who participate a chance for personal en- joyment and an opportunity to pro- vide the campus community with en- tertaining and educational activities. The art of co-operation, be it through dramatics, academic groups, religious groups or other, is a product of active interest. Here then, we present our many organizations which have helped in giving the participants the fulfillment of knowledge. Jim Buie Lynn Ryals Eleanor Smith STUDENT BODY OFFICERS President of the Student Body Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer STUDENT GOVERNMENT To seek, with ambition, a noble ideal; To strive for, with patience, tnie understanding; To search for, with open mind, knowledge of self; To find, with reivard, an honest worth; This, through Student Government. The Student Government Association offers to each Elon student an open opportunity for growth. Through working in SGA, one can learn both principles of organization and a way of understanding which active participation offers. SGA stands for the students, and it is through this organization that student affairs and events are co-o rdi- nated by means of the legislative, judical, and executive Honor Council An honest character and a clear con- science are close companions. Jane Harper, Chairman; David Andes, Sophomore Representative; Cameron Little, Junior Representative; Buddy Williams, Freshman Representative; John Griffin, Senior Representative; Marcia Leypoldt, Recorder. Life at Elon is based on the Honor Code and the Campus Code which give to students pledges of high standards and good conduct. For those who err, we must have a system to provide regu- lation and to uphold justice. The Honoi ' Council performs the duty for us of dealing with violation of our codes. Only with control can our campus main- tain order and standards which provide a healthy college atmosphere and en- courage personal responsibility. To pro- vide the fairest and most efficient oper- ation, we have been constantly striving to improve the methods of the council and to establish organization which will promote the Honor System and show each student the worth of knowing the companionship of honesty and a clear conscience. sections, and a wide field of committee activity. SGA also handles communications between students and adminis- tration. The center of all student activity and the core of leadership, SGA serves and offers with a truly honest worth for those who seek, strive, and search; for they shall find. SENATE The invested responsibility for worthxj legislati Senator his goal of representation. to the SENATE OFFICERS Lynn Ryals Chairman Wally Sawyer Reader Judie Hudson Recorder Fred Stephenson Parliamentarian STATE STUDENT LEGISLATURE The students of today look to the horizons of leadership for tomorrow. Through State Student Legislature, an insight into the problems of democ- racy. Mike Herbert, Lowry Sinclair, Valerie Spangler, Kathy Sandefur, Rik Turner, Carol Trageser, Mel- vin Shreves, Russ Phipps. First Row: Mrs. Williams (adviser), Denny Parker, Valerie Spangler, Dianne Hancock, Sally McDuffie, Barbara Burnett, Linda Keck, Amy Litten, Karen Fischer. Second Row: Mike Herbert, Melvin Shreves, Oscar Fowler, Jim Shirley, Rik Tur- ner, Ken Broda, Lee Clarke, Jerry Drake, Ken Harper, Bob Young, Larry Biddle, Chip Saunders. Third Row: Barbaros Celikkol, Jerry Hollandsworth, Wally Sawyer, Judie Hudson, Fred Stephenson, Bert Morrison, John Jones. Fourth Row: Mark Alper, Bill Luby, Lynn Ryals, Bob Saunders, Jack De- Vito, Ken Lumpkin. STUDENT GOVERNMENT COMMITTEES Liberal Arts Forum The Liberal Arts. The knowledge of the world about broupht to us. Board of Elections The democratic vote, the free choice. For those who uphold this with hours of lotifr work, we mark " well-done " on the ballot for the Board of Election. Development Committee Environment influences life. The develop- ment of our sources in creativity for plea.s- ure, for comfort, by them. Honor System Revision Committee Only through constant revision, the prize of true and good judicial organization. To improve, to progress, and to know what change can bring. Chapel Committee We come together for service and learning and the song of those in prayer is mighty and yet solemn. Chapel meets as a weekly inspiration. Food Committee One leftover committee. Handbook Revision Cumniittee Our companion guide to the four years — our handbook. This group follows the chang ing world of campus life with revision. Parking Committee This is the " finest " Parking Committee, Community Relations Committee To .share with mutual benefit; to know the world beyond the ivy brick wall; to let them know us. This is Comnuinity-Rola- tions. Student Affairs Committee We work in harmony for the goal of under- standing. The core of representation, the students and administration aiming as a unit for betterment — the Student Affairs Committee. Publicity Committee Posters iust to let vou know, CAMPUS CRIER tells you so. This committee, sharp as a tack, Publicity-wise, they don ' t lack. Codification Committee The order of the Senate Bill. First rov: R. Turner; Second row: B. Simonds, M. Her- bert, W. Sawver, S. Rudd, J. Jones, S. FuRerson, P. Fisk; Third roir: C. Jackson, J. Hudson, B. J. Morgan, S. Fos- kett, J. Poole. Chairman: Wally Sawyer. DANCE COMMITTEE WrrI:-, iirl rlrnirr in in full swing, Al! II ill yirirl and whirl and sing: I ' .rhniil till- iriii-l: to make it so. ( ' ' iiiiiiiiiltri III! iiihrrs on the go. The stage is set for a success when active and creative students spend many hours with paper and paint to pro- duce a decorative atmosphere which, when set to music, becomes an unforgettable dance. This year, the Dance Committee presented to us a Japanese spectacular at Homecoming and at Christmas the holiday treat of a band with the beat. This appointed committee has the responsi- bility of planning our semi-formal dances. To transform the gym into a paradise for a night is their objective and one well-reached as the flowing formals swish across the floor in a chiffon, " Thank you, I ' d love to dance. " First row: B. Tillman, P. Cole, R. Crooks, D. A. Morris, B. Strader, C. Jackson; Second row: J. Rice, A. Tyndall, D. Parker, L. Sellars, R. Clapp, B. Rix. Chairman: Allen Tyndall. HOMECOMING COMMITTEE The alinnni return and find Eton still so. ivith warm- hearted welcome. We saw the " Fall of the Indians " this year personified by the dazzle of floats, displays, sponsors and a game of victory. Responsibility for the biggest week-end of the year is the Homecoming Committee, which plans the an- nual Burlington parade, half-time activities, the placing of displays on campus, and the presentation of the queen. All the time and effort of an efficient committee are spent to give past students a warm welcome and to all, an ex- citing week-end. ORIENTATION COMMITTEE They are here to let Frosh knoiv What to do and where to go. Parties, meetings, sights to see, " Mingle " , " Mingle " , that ' s the key. Places, faces, all so 7iew, To Dear Old Elon, " We welcome you. " A good beginning can determine an attitude which lasts. It is the duty of the Orientation Committee to greet and meet new students and to give them a program in- cluding the selling of beanies, the enforcement of Frosh rules, testing, meetings, d iscussions, speeches, a talent show, and social events, that will guide them in their awareness of the campus life — a new environment. These committee members become experts at answering; ques- tions, mingling, and tired feet. All this to acquaint the new with the old, the old with the new through orienta- tion. ENTERTAINMENT COMMITTEE C. Ward, J. Hudson, B. Milligan, K. Broda, Chairman: Ken Broda. We love the social life, .so shall we? To keep a student body entertained takes the effort of a strong committee. The SGA Entertainment Commit- tee has provided several week-end dances, juke-box hops, and the Sunday night movies. They highlighted the year with the Letterman at May Day. Those who take advan- tage of that planned find enjoyment in appreciation. Fir.st rou ' : D. Terrell, R. Phipps; Second row: L. Sin- clair, N. Clark, J. Hollandsworth, J. Jones, J. Autry, S. Rudd, K. Sandefur, M. Leypoldt, P. Fisk; Third row: P. Huey, F. Stephenson, H. Pittard, D. Andes, J. Lankford, G. Hettel. Chairman: Russ Phipps. P JP PHI David Marshburn Sports Editor WHKW! it ' s finally ready to mai Jane Harper Assistant Editor Stanley Switzer Photography Editor y McDuffie, Judson Bryant •jrity and Fraternity Editors " A concrete picture, a tangible memo of Elon in Abstract. " Jack Lambeth Photographer rhis is the last picture I ' l This year, the Phi Psi Cli staff brings you a true life story of campus life through pic- tures and words. Staff members, following the keywords " diligence " and " originality " , made lay-outs, wrote copy, took pictures and solicited ads, until at last the finished prod- uct is yours. Co-operative effort spiced with imagination has made the technical task en- joyable and has brought satisfying rewards to those who have worked to present " Elon in Abstract " for your keeping. Stanley, I ' ll bet this won ' t fit in the closet. WOMEN ' S INTERDORMITORY COUNCIL These are the girls with the so-called " thankless " job, but it is through their efforts that the women students gain a system of organization which provides a smooth- running dorm life. Call-downs are earned, not given; and more important than the regulatory duty of the council, this is the student group which speaks for the girls, gains for them privileges, and provides services bringing mutual enjoyment to women students in living and sharing as a community. Members include Ann .Jennings, Joan Eleanor Smith, Jo Dowell, Linda Cheyney, and Kitty Goode, seated; and Pat Pierce, Jackie Davis, Brenda York, Brenda Wood- ward (Vice-President), Nancy Clark (President), Bar- bara Jennings, Martha Barnes, and Doris Morris, stand- ing. Those « ' !o serve to maintain order are the symbols of respect. The organization to provide men students with a coun- seling and disciplinary system has been well-organized and strengthened this year. The elected officers have worked in co-operation with the administration to provide a cen- tralized dormitory government with supervision of con- duct. Members include Gary Taylor, Tommy Russ (Presi- dent), Rodney Barfield, Cameron Little, Thomas Farrell, Luke O ' Hara, Sheldon Clayton, Joe Dawson, Ronnie Bell, Reid Hughes. MEN ' S INTERDORMITORY COUNCIL $ i Ir V CHOIR OFFICERS Bob G vv a 1 1 n e y, President; Hinson Mikell, Vice - Presi- dent; Jewelle Bass, Secre- tary; Buddy Williams, Treas- urer. ' rofessor Jack White, Director f the Elon College Band • r f w. , ' i t ELON COLLEGE CHOIR voices in harynony is more beautiful than a thousand Professor Charles Lynam, Direc- tor of the Elon College Choir The mu golden : The Elon Choir, under the direction of Professor Charles Lynam, pre- sents each year both chapel and special programs of music for our pleasure. The " Messiah " and the Easter program are two annual events offered by those students who find companionship through song. First Row: Alma Blackwelder, Linda Keck, Diana Weid, Linda Paschal, Laura Rice, Shirley Foskett, Susan Hardy, Gail Tarleton, Donna Sedwick, Sarah Petty, Jo Dowell. Secoiul Row. Suzy Jones, Paulette Laufer, Pam Hitchings, Brenda Williams, Daphne Council, Margaret Weatherly, Nancy Clark, Harriett Noble, Mary Morris, Jane Farmer, Glenda White. Third Row: John Flemming, Jane Pointer, Marie de Jong, Judy Killers, Jewelle Bass, Eleanor Smith, Peggy Monday, Helen Claxton, Dianne Burrage, Sally McDuffie, Alice Mitchell, Jeanne Lankford, Mary Benson, Ann Gordon, Karen Brown. Fourth Row: Jack Lambeth, Robert Pease, David Andes, Wayne Kanoy, Oscar Fowler, Tom Brady, Thelbert Fincher, Hinson Mikell, Buddy Williams. Aubrey MacDonald, Kenneth Smith, Thomas Harrell, Howard Blanchard, Fred Stephenson, Charles Darden. ELON COLLEGE BAND High notes, low notes, Fast notes, slow notes, Swing notes, sing notes. Rock notes, ring notes. Who notes? We note. Through much hard practice and interest, our band has grown into a pride-of-the-campus group. Superlatives in surplus are credited to the band, this year under the direction of Professor Jack White. From gala half-time presentations, with tricky maneuvers, to public concerts, this music- minded group has provided us with pep in harmony. " WE thank you. " First Row: Paulette Laufer, Linda Johnson, Mike Bryant, Gwen Hancock, Jewelle Bass, Hannah Hobbs. Second Row: Harry Holway, Billie Jo Harvey, Gail Tarleton, David Hosmer, Don Padgett, Michael Griffin (captain), Nancy Daniel, Evelyn Kent, Mary Coolidge, Joe Cote, Prof. Jack White. Third Roir: Katherine Barker, Bob Simonds, Thomas McLean, Ronald Kidd, Dave Dean, John Autry, Bert Morrison, Jack Lambeth, Graeme Shull, Anna Gates, Mike Klesmer, Eddie Barnes. Fourth Row: Oscar Fowler, Turlev Higgins, Bill McClellan, Len Springle, Garth Hutson, Bill Whittenton, Roni George, Laura Barnes, Wayne Bean, Bill Ruth, John Fisher. Mike Bryant, Drum Major iii ' r. " t r ■ ' 1 }M, t MAROON AND GOLD Melvin Shreves, Assistant Editor. " A Vieiv from the Oak " Hinson Mikell, Assistant Editor. " Shades of Elon " Don Terrell, Editor-in-Chief. " A Voice from the Corner " Extra! Extra! New in headlines. Reporters sure to meet the deadl ines. Fold the papers, then to press, Tell the story, no more nor less. They have the news in caps and bold. Campus paper, MAROON AND GOLD. An insatiable curiosity, a nose for news, and a talented pen are the requirements for those who serve to inform the campus through the MAROON AND GOLD. Under the direction of Professor Luther Byrd, the newspaper is printed every two weeks on the press in South Hall. This four-page publication contains informative and en- tertaining articles and is highlighted by the special student columns on the subjects of campus affairs, Student Government, and sports. Professor Luther Byrd, Adviser. David Marshburn, Sports Writer. Ken Harper, Press Operator. HONOR SOCIETIES ORDER OF THE OAK Outstanding scholarship is the foundation for the future. This year a new honor society, The Order of the Oak, has been formed at Elon College. The purpose of the organization is to " recognize supe- rior scholarship, to encourage intellectual achieve- ment, and to foster the liberal and critical mind. " To be eligible a student must have at least junior standing with a cumulative grade point average of 3.30 and must be of good character. Election to the society is by vote of the faculty. Charter members of The Order of the Oak are front row : Loretta Hall, Carol Trageser, Jo Ann Braxton, Annie Cleapor, Eleanor Smith, Glenna Smith, Amy Litten ; second row : Paul Hyde, Paul Holsen- back, Leroy Miller, Paul May, Leroy Horwath, Barbaros Celikkol, John Reed. PI GAMMA MU Pi Gamma Mu is a national so- ciety designed to improve scholar- ship in the social studies, to in- spire social service to humanity by intelligent approach to the social problems, and to engender sympa- thy toward others with different opinions and institutions by a bet- ter mutual understanding. Member- ship is accorded to those who have distinguished themselves by exten- sive and outstanding scholarship in the field of social science. Members include Bob Saunders (President), Dr. H. H. Cunningham, Robert Wil- lis, Professor Gilbert Latham, Dr. Konstantinas Avizonis, Kenneth Lumpkin, Robert Baxter, and John Reed. ALPHA PSI OMEGA A true actor- has a soul glazed with imagination. To him, the stage is a little ivorld. The recognition of hard work, interest, and talent is the purpose of the Alpha Psi Omega dramatic soci- ety. Members are those who have been active in the stu- dent drama and have earned the point requirements for acceptance in the honor fra- ternity. Members include L a r r y Biddle, President ; Linda Lester ; Carol Trage- ser. Secretary - Treasurer ; Don Terrell ; and Grayson Mattingly, Vice-President. ELON PLAYERS Try-outs. Faint — got the part. Hectic day, rehearsals start. Lines to learn, can I do it? Practice, work, there ' s so much to it. Upstage, downstage, roundabout. " Watch your back! " directors shout. Props and lighting, what a mix-up. Gooey paint, a face to fix up. Then all at once, opening night. Ready to go. OH, stage fright. The show is over, job well-done. One conclusion — acting ' s fun! When actors get together with a director and stage men, it is time to do a play. This year, under the direction of Professor E. Ray Day, students produced The Imaginary Invalid, an in-the-round production, and The Bad Seed. This group offers entertainment for the public and is a learning ground for those students who find inspiration in things dramatic. For efforts of excellence, " ep- pie " awards are given each spring. Members in- clude Al Baer, Carol Trageser, Secretary-Treas- urer; Tyrone Rowell, Marie de Jong, John Autry, President ; Sally Gershengoren, and Peggy Dodson. Not pictured is Linda Lester, Vice-President. Peggy Dodson and Hunter Dula " r ' VWM BETA CHI EPSILON The musical notes of a typewriter compose the song for the business world. Beta Chi Epsilon and the Business Club are composed of those students enrolled in the business courses who enjoy mixing business with pleasure. Those who plan careers in the field join for the benefit of extra preparation and social life tuned to the keyboard of letters. Officers of Beta Chi Epsilon are Vickie Swift, President, and Sandra Hensley, Vice-President. Sam Johnson is President of the Business Club. BUSINESS CLUB niE VI H 111 1 MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION A pure Chiistian heart tn those who seek to achance the spun una lo e soul with fellouship and stiength of purpose. tes and unites. This, foi nd to enlighten the Members of the Ministerial Association are Oscar Fowler, Doris Morris, Jerry Cameron, David Lent, Bob Saunders (President), Jane Pointer, Sally Maurer, Carol Lougee, Jewelle Bass, Carolyn and Rosalyn Tillotson, Allen Tyn- dall, Leanna Sellers, and Ray Hall. he National Education Association is composed of stu- :nts who plan to become teachers. Jerry Drake is Presi- mt of the organization. W.A.A. OFFICERS Judy Maness, President; Mrs. Griffin, Adviser; Kay Jeffreys, Secre- tary; Nancy Butler, Treasurer; Sally McDuffie, Reporter. WOMEN ' S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION The smile of an athletic girl says, " Come, join in fellowship. " The W. A. A. is an organization open to all women students who wish to par- ticipate in intramurals and social get-togethers. The annual ice-cream and Christmas parties are two examples of the ways that the W. A. A. promotes recreation and calls to all girls to find the fun in participation. in ' flB KSEOCSa GCbSSi Ml W ' SPORTS The spirit of an athlete engraved with Sportsmanship. A field, a team, a crowd. The thrill of victory, the tears of loss. The surge of the muscle and the heart bound together in the drama of the sport. Our program of athletics includes varsity teams in football, basketball, baseball, golf and track. The intramu- ral program is wide. Through partici- pation, s tudents maintain the proverb calling for a sound body and a sound mind. Those who watch enjoy with anticipation and pride. These sport events give impetus to school spirit and offer the spectacle of game for all. Long and strenuous practice bring rewards of an exciting and fulfilling athletic program. Here, we present to you our teams in action. Froyit Rou—Gene Stokes, Sandy Meredith, Burl Clements, Wayne Mahanes, Willie Tart, Clyde Huff, George Wooten, Ken Rovere, Clayton Johnson, Larry Caskey, Sonny Pru- ette, Ralph Miller, Robin Cobia and David Mullis. Mid- dle Rou — Jim Melton, Bill Mahaffey, Gordon Cox, Wal- lace Edwards, Cameron Little, Richard Thompson, Isaac Broadway, Ed Fitzgerald, Alexander Mclver, Duffy Stri- go, Scott Crabtree, Bill Dodge, Joe Dawson, Joe Berdosh, FOOTBALL Coach George Tucker ' s Elon College football team of 1962 finally brought back the football machine which in the past enjoyed some impres- sive seasons in the Carolinas Conference. The " Fighting Christians " , with 21 lettermen back from last years team, found themselves with 7-3 record. The 7 wins was the largest number that an Elon football team has encountered since the 1950 season. It has been five full years, too, since we have seen the Christian footballers in the upper ranks in championship; and it ' s good to note our Maroon and Gold gridders finished in the runner-up spot this year. The Christians opened up their campaign with the prospects of having a better season, with a fine performance against Apprentice, winning by a 20-0 score. Other wins were against Guilford, East Carolina, Catawba, West Carolina, Newberry, and Frederick. Their 3 defeats came at the hands of Appalachian, Carson-Newman, and Lenoir Rhyne — the team they had hoped to beat in order to finish in at least a tie for the conference crown. Lenoir-Rhyne won to finish on top in the conference with Elon tapping off 2nd spot. Seniors Burl Clements, fullback; and George Wooten, quartei ' back ; and Cameron Little, junior guard; joined the list on the All-Conference team. Each boy also placed on the NAIA ' s All-District team this season. and Randy Warren. Back Row — Joe Bell, Jim Moore, Dan Kelley, Rex Harrison, Charlie Strigo, Don Amos, Dean Yates, Howard Arner, Tommy Mitchell, Gerald Burton, Russell Stutz, and John Gozjack, Alex Burnett, Ronnie Bell, and Tim Kempson. George Tucker Johnny Wike Gary Mattocks FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD Elon 20 Elon 10 Elon 12 Elon 20 Elon 23 Elon 15 Elon 14 Elon 13 Elon Elon 31 Apprentice Guilford 3 Appalachian 27 Carso n-Newman 22 East Carolina 19 Catawba West Carolina 13 Newberry 6 Lenoir-Rhyne 27 Frederick 6 Charlie Strigo, Tackle Howie Arner, Tackle Ronnie Bell, Guard Willie Tart, Halfback ' 62- ' 63 ELON Wayne Mahanes, Halfback John Gozjack, End Burl Clements, Fullback Dan Kelley, End Gordon Cox, Halfback Cameron Little, Guard David Mullis, Quarterback Jim Moore, End CHRISTIANS George Woolen, Quarterback Clayton Johnson, Halfback Don Amos, Tackle Joe Berdosh, Guard w mmmmmm ts moves : Willie Tart breaks louse on many of his break aways } l d. 4- Big Yoni (John Gozjack) Intercepts a pass and goes over for a T. D. Hard to believe, isn ' t it Yo . . . ni . . .? ■i -fri • A pile up I ' d say . . .! Tart, you ' re on the bottom . . .! Hard-nosed Wayne Mahanes must have been a little stubborn on this drive ... I He doesn ' t seem to want to lie down, does he? Jim Moore (No. 83), why didn ' t they pass to you? Don ' t feel bad, Jim, they scored anyway . . .! Just one of the many runs that George Wooten made in his brilliant career on the gridiron at " Dear Old . Elon. " . ..! First Row: Bill Morningstar, Jimmy Crutchfield, Roland Miller, Danny Hall. Second Roiv: David Winfrey, Mac Bowman, Arthur Davis, Dewey Andrew, Howard Andrew, Jesse Branson, Sonny Smith, Ron Denhart. Coach Bill Miller BASKETBALL SCOREBOARD Elon 64 — Pfeiffer 46 83 — A. C. C. 82 67 — Wofford 65 69 — Belmont Abbey 66 70 — Guilford 63 63 — Lenoir Rhyne 78 — Frederick 74 74 — Navy Sublant 87 — West Maryland 71 77 — Frederick 67 79 — A. C. C. 58 64 — East Carolina 73 Elon Elon Elon Elon Elon Elon Elon Elon Elon Elon Elon Elon Elon Elon Elon Elon Elon Elon Elon Elon Elon Elon Elon Elon 56 75 60 — Appalachian 93 Wofford 75 65 — Catawba 67 76 — Guilford 45 87 — Catawba 62 71 High Point 64 Western Carolina Pfeiffer 60 Appalachian 65 East Carolina 63 Campbell 50 Lenoir Rhyne 82 Western Carolina (Tournament Game) Elon 55 — Lenoir Rhyne David Winfrey Guard Roland Miller Guard Bill Morningstar Guard BASKETBALL Sonny Smith Forward Dewey Andrew Center sse Branson Forward CAGE ACTION Andrew shoots again! Guard, Morningstar, uses his arms. He ' s quite a way from the " Little brother " Andrew puts floof- in 2 against Lenoir Rhyne. What do I do now coach? " Mouths hang open on this beauty by Andrew ! toland Miller seems to be happy bout Andrew ' s shooting. " Watch out for my leg, Bill For my next trick Andrew gets held up as Bran- son fires for points. Morningstar fights for the bound. Looks like Dewey ' s guard is doing his daily exercise. Basketball of 1962-63 Season The " Fighting Christians " of 1962-63 finished an impressive season with a 17-8 record and wound up in the top half of the Carolinas Conference. This year the Christians were led by 6 ' 6 " Dewey Andrew, the only senior on the team. Andrew placed on the All-Conference list for his second year; and in his last two seasons of playing, he has averaged about twenty points per game. As the big pivot man, Dewey pours them in with his beautiful turn, jump shots and hook shots. Andrew re- ceived valuable assists from guards Roland Miller, Bill Morningstar, and Dave Winfrey. Up front were big Jesse Branson, Sonny Smith, and Howard Andrew. Branson received Honorable Mention on the All-Confer- ence squad this season and was outstanding in his jumping, shooting, and rebounding. Sonny Smith is another forwai-d with a fine push shot, and Howard Andrew seems to be developing into as skilled a ballplayer as his big brother. These boys, along with the reserves, provided basketball fans with an exciting season including many thrill-packed moments. Dewey Andrew lays one in. Fancy footwork displayed by Morningstar. Come on up and get the ball! Jesse and his " hopscotch " game. Long arms are helpful in this game. E. C. C. seems to be a little amazed at Morningstar ' s many abilities. Sonny Smith jumps. Looks like an East Berlin episode. You don ' t have to be tall, but it helps. ifP » S fM ' m The Elon College baseball squad of 1962, which played in tough luck much of the year, flashed brilliance at times to gain some highly pleasing victories. The squad mem- bers, shown left to right are as follows: Front Row. Jim- mie Holmes, Tom Piccininni, Roy Erlandsen, Jerry Pike, Danny Hall, and Wayne Allen. Second Row: Ken Cook, Mike Little, Charles Everett, Eddie Clark, Bill Garvey, Pete Crook, and Kerry Key. Back Row : Coach John D. Sanford, Mike Cleveland, Billy Bates, Phil Cheek, Jerry Tillman, George Oakley, Jerry Drake, Jim Leviner, and Manager Wayne Slaughter. BASEBALL SCHEDULE (Finals For Season) Elon 3, Susquehanna Elon 2, Su.squehanna 7 Elon 3, Susquehanna 5 Elon 4, Susquehanna Elon 8, Williams 3 Elon 7, Williams 1 Elon-W and L. (rain) Elon 3, At. Christian Elon 5, High Point 8 Elon 9, Williams 2 Elon 2, Lenoir Rhyne 8 Elon 6, Pfeiffer 7 Elon 11 , Campbell 2 Elon 5, Lenoir Rhyne 10 Elon 5, West Carolina 1 Elon 4, West Carolina 5 Elon 6, Appalachian 2 Elon 6, Fort Lee 8 Elon 6, Fort Lee 5 Elon 6, Fort Lee 5 Elon 5, Fort Lee 6 Elon 9, Guilford 8 Elon 1, High Point 4 Elon 5, Catawba 12 Elon 8, Guilford 4 Elon 8, Guilford 4 Elon 6, Campbell 8 Elon 7, Catawba 4 Elon 5. East Carolina 3 Elon-ACC (Rain) Elon 3, East Carolina 6 Elon 5. Newberry Elon 2, Newberry 4 Elon 3, Pfeiffer 10 Elon 10, Appalachian 5 BASEBALL The Fighting Christian baseball team had a fairly good year on the diamond although they did not win the Conference Champ- ionship. The team provided the fans with many thrills as they journeyed to the top and finishing the season with 18 wins and 15 losses. Plenty of action was furnished by individuals as All-Conference and All-State catcher, Mike Little, and the fire-baller himself, Jerry Tillman, pitcher. No one can forget the thrill of seeing a white .sphere sail over the fence for a home run. Outfielder Danny Hall furnished the fans with many of these. There was also the thrill of double-plays in which the whiz, Eddie Clark, helped set up, and then there were the calls everyone said the umpire did not see. These were thrills provided by the 1962 Plighting Christian Dia- mond Squad as they again filled our record books with a fine season. Coach John D. Sanford -¥ 4 The Elon Collefce track squad, which finished third in the annual Carolinas Conference track meet at Greens- boro is pictured above. The squad members are as follows: First Row: Tim Kempson, Ron Lancaster, Carl Bovender, Bill Libby, John Griffin, and Joe Lee. Middle Row: Clay- ton Johnson. Jack Moore, Willie Tart, Bob Gwaltney, Joe Cote, and John Gozjack. Back Row: Bruce Miller, man- ager, Howard Arner, Tom Beery, Al McDonald, Rex Harrison, Dick More, and Coach Gary Mattocks. TRACK Track once again seemed to be on the making at Elon as the 1962 team proved to be more successful this year than in the past few years. Below is just a sample of the vast thrills furnished as Roland Miller, sophomore distance ace, raced to a brilliant time in becoming the first two-miler in the history of the Caro- linas Conference to break the " Magic Ten " on the two-mile event. CHEERLEADERS 1 f 1 1ll III S B B H k " jr GREEKS And so we proudly wear the cloak of binding friendship, woven with the threads of the fraternal spirit on the loom of brotherhood. When the f rat paddles and sorority colors appear on the campus, the fra- ternal groups welcome new members into the growing circles of brother- hood. With this joining, new mem- bers discover the fun, the fellowship, and the worth to be found in belong- ing. Throughout the year, the social groups play a spirited part in campus activity. A cigarette-pack contest, a brother-sister party, intramural com- petition, a chariot race — these are a few of the events which provide the proof for each new member that a loyal purpose shall make him forever an old member. Here then, are our fraternities and sororities. PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL The more we get togctlicr, tin the dividend of benefit. nycr the unity toward mutual purpose, the greater The Pan-Hellenic Council is the common meeting ground for the social fraternal groups on campus. The main project for the organization this year has been the revision of the constitution which will place authority in the hands of this group to control infractions of the general rules concerning individual fraternities and sororities. The new constitution will make the council a stronger cen- tralized organization of supervision and co-operation. Each year, the Pan-Hellenic Council, composed of one represen- tative from each group, plans and executes a Christmas party for the Children ' s Home and sets the time and regulations for Rush. Greek nights are also held. Through this council, each fraternity and sorority can realize mutual understanding and can work toward friendly fellowship. Representatives as they are seated around the table include Eleanor Smith, Secretary-Treasurer, Tau Zeta Phi; Bob Saunders, Alpha Pi Delta; Arlene Kolber, Beta Omicron Beta; Tom Brady, Kappa Psi Nu; Jane Harper, Vice-President, Delta Upsilon Kappa; and Denius Thompson, President, Sigma Phi Beta. Herb Siner, Iota Tau Kappa, is not pictured. SIGMA MU SIGMA Allen Beals Bill Bilderback Ken Broda Adrian Bromirski Barbaros Celikkol Nicholas Ciotola Thomas Conally Jack DeVito Robert Ditzel 2nd Roiv: Jerry Drake Harold Gray Kenneth Harper Ronald Hodkinson Bob Hosey Paul Hyde Henry Johnson John Jones Bill Luby Srd Row : Ken Lumpkin Grayson Mattingly Skip Paska Dudley Purdy Frank Rich Harold Rogers Tom Russ Lynn Ryals John Sargent fTj- { f I J tj J[Z ■ ' P ,C Q f? O Wr y3 f-r [ l ' [ f- J Pj President Jerry Drake Vice President Ken Lumpkin Secretary Harold Rogers Treasurer Nick Ciotola Sponsors John S. Graves Paul S. Reddish George K. Boyles ithRow: Wally Sawyer Bob Schmidt Larry Schucker 5th Row: Fred Stephenson Albert Woodward Robert Young ?;-j O p5 , K. . Q -%- ' H.«,.-. g The Sigma Mu ' s are out on a cold night in December when Dick and Jerry rode the barrel out to sea; Mr. Reed with flashlight in hand looking in amazement; that ' s the price you pay for getting pinned . . . Ciotola twisted up a storm at the Frat banquet . . . Will we ever be able to get Ron up for class? . . . Our status symbol — Schucker ' s Cadillac . . . Anybody see Broda ' s contacts ? . . . Jack ' s kindness to the fall Pledges . . . Conally ' s dislike for the Pledge banquet . . . Harold can ' t get his car in the annual — maybe next year . . . our personality kid Spider ... the Troub stuck in the mud and the death of the goat . . . Mat ' s wild murals on the bathroom walls . . . Dance along with Wally (Indian or otherwise) ... the Little General ' s afternoon siesta . . . Adrian ' s and Hose ' s experience with a beer mug ... On the more serious side, the Mu boys rallied in working with the student government. Wild man Lynn holding order in the senate . . . " Casey " Jones emceeing the sophomore class . . . Stephenson con- ducting proper order in the senate under Ryals . . . the lucky thirteen Mu boys acting as representatives and . . . their man Biddle conducting the Junior Class meetings . . . The Turk voting in the Senate ... It was a good year for Sigma Mu Sigma; we started off by taking first prize honors with our Homecoming Float and kept busy with various service projects. ALPHA PI DELTA Tom Wiggin President Wayne Pruitt Vice President Davis Williams Secretary Allen Tyndall Treasurer Mr. D. Fee Sponsor The bonds of brotherhood unite us . . . " Swivel " - " Hip " Wigrgins sprains his knee before big game . . . Huey loses his first pin to some girl twelve times in ten days . . . Flag pole raising marred by " Battle of Alamance " . . . Vandals strike frat room; everything wrecked but the phinigan pin . . . Lover boy falls on his head in the twist . . . Tex moves to adjourn before the meeting starts . . . The Pruitts buy part ownership in the Rat . . . Wiggins. Jones, and Williams buy contract to build subway to Greensboro . . . Cote gets stuck park- ing, walks back . . . Remember Joe? . . . Reed and Tyndall visit frat room only to find furniture being carried out in a tidal wave . . . Allred becomes the official Tommy-Gun, takes his 37th shot in the game . . . Erlandsen misses baseball practice sixth day in a row . . . The Roadrunner found in the Dug-Out ; be- comes super-smoker ; Williams climbs a tree, accident- ally hit by wayward rocket . . . Horses carry chariot, Saunders blown off by wind . . . Harris caught in car says " We ' re only talking " . . . took a few prizes this year, right chariot team? Got the top team in action for football . . . For those of us graduating, we can look back at a successful year when we really became a fraternity. Those returning look forward once again to attempting to fullfil our motto: " Brotherhood through faithful service. " mM£it Jack Albertson John Griffin Joe Albertson Paul Huey John Allen Steve Keck Joe Cote Bert Morrison John Gregory Dick Pruitt Wayne Pruitt Allen Tyndall John Reed Lee Vaughn Bob Saunders Tom Wiggin -Wayne Smith Davis Williams Charles Somers Robert Willis BETA OMICRON BETA Presiden t Vice President Secretary Treasurer Sponsors Diane Binkley Gerri Murray Ann Jennings Arlene Kobler Mrs. Council, Mrs. Baxter f f o © Helen Baker Sally McDuffie Dianne Binkley Gerri Murray Peggy Carter Betsy Parsley Roberta Grady Barbara Price Glenda Greeson Linda Price Nancy Hobart Nancy Rountree Ann Jennings Kathy Thomas Barbara Jensen Aileen Webster Arlene Kobler Brenda Woodward Jeanne Lankford So here ' s to B.O.B. . . . Betsy, how ' s fish- ing? . . . Dancing star, Barbara. Also flies through three windows . . . Hobart, got a Hershey Bar? . . . Keep it quiet, Kathryn . . . The eyes of Texas are upon you, Helen Baker . . . Sally, how ' s your car? Running? . . . Ar- lene and Roberta, seen Mr. Wells lately ? . . . Ann is the only baton-twirling mechanic I know . . . Binkley uses her head a lot . . . Barbara, another plane ticket? ... A model W.A.A. representative, Nancy . . . Linda is nice " around the edges " . . . Aileen, aren ' t all A ' s monotonous? . . . What does the Ouija Board say for tomorrow, Brenda? . . . How ' s the supply for 12 D, Gerri? . . . Cook Greeson sometimes gets lost in graveyards . . . How ' s flute tooting, Peggy? . . . Jeanne ' s not late. Everyone else is early. IOTA TAU KAPPA President Herb Siner Vice President Frank Spoerr Secretary Ronnie Bell Treasurer Robert Walton Sponsor Mr. Toney -. oTyoVs , ITK . . . Tart, the Greek God, dropped all of Tucker ' s marbles . . . Cook, from Tucker ' s boy to Perkin ' s librarian . . . Spoerr, the white lightning kid . . . Yates, the " Career Student " . . . Frog, " You ' re nothing but a manager, boy. " . . . Wally, our masculine " sleeping beauty " . . . McDuffie and his campaign for prohibition — result is Cleve and his suffering ulcers . . . Fitz, personality plus . . . Maness, Mummie number one . . . McAteer, let ' s play some football . . . Mclntyre ' s regular visits to Annette ' s Health Center . . . The many loves of Bell . . . Davis and Denhart watch out for the " Wildcat " . . . Crutch ' s walk has a fatal charm, doesn ' t it, June? . . . Pork ' s Bid Night song, " Magde- lina " . . . Woodruff, how long are your apron strings? . . . Herb, our longest guiding light . . . Sti-igo, have you got any jelly for Tucker? . . . Amos, you blood-sucking whale . . . Cheek, has McDuffie brought his girl down to visit? . . . Lee, " I ' m going to bust your block, punk. " . . . Hodge, we hope our most serious member gets a laugh from this. Along with the laugh, the serious. All the words to describe our brotherhood . . . fellowship . . . loyalty . . . honesty . . . common goal . . . Iota Tau Kappa. L£ Don Amos Ronnie Bell Bill Harding Barry Hodge Lilt r. P ,i tm m i iii Charlie Cleve Charlie Robert Maclntyre Smith Strigo Walton Herb Sjner Prank Spoerr Willie Tart Dean Yates lB:A ' flid ( DELTA UPSILON KAPPA DELTA UPSILON KAPPA OFFICERS President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Sponsor Laura Barnes Ellen Burke Kay Jeffreys Wanda Bennett Mrs. Griffin The girls of Delta Upsilon . . . Laura, use a beacon light to take me to the leader — or the flash of a ring . . . Judie with the elfin grin . . . Marian is the poet laureate and news woman . . . Kitty, the " Gooche " . . . Carol — " Cookies, free from ants " . . . Kay — hee, hee, hee . . . Ann — two speeds, slow and slowe r . . . Reddi Loretta, how about the Jones boy? . . . Jane, another one to flash a rock — find her way " out of the briar patch " . . . Hey, Little Egypt — the Nile artist, Marty . . . Martha, the ring ' s the thing . . . Don ' t forget the hula-hoop gal, Ellen . . . Wanda, once upon a day . . . Brenda, the beach-comber . . . Jane, the Sweetheart of Sigma Phi . . . Watch out for the swinging door, door, door, Linda . . . Novelist Nancy — " Don ' t starve that alligator " . . . Ada, " Why for you do thees to me? " . . . Have a good time . . . Back-to Back . . . Hawaiian Hula Holiday at Rush-Time . . . and Italiano. We play international . . . Hey! Everybody switch to Phillip Morris ... so now we watch T.V. . . . How about the time we let a hundred dollars " float " away? . . . It ' s banquet time . . . Let ' s buy a compass for our pledges ... to Miss Lila we owe some gay p.j. parties . . . fun . . . laugh, ha, ha . . . The Battle of the Lamp. . . . sadness, cry at parting . . . We together in green and white . . . Ever onward, ever upward, with out goals before us . . . for our grand old Delta U. SIGMA PHI BETA President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Sponsor Wayne Mahanes Luke O ' Hara Terry Vining Clayton Johnson Mr. Kittenger Tom Breese Frank Ciamillo V , Clayton Johnson -r- Dan Kelley Tim Kempson Wayne Mahanes Tom Masten f Jim Moore Demus Thompson Terry Vining Sonny Wilburn Wayne Mahanes . . . you know I mean . . . Jim Moore . . . What ' s on T.V? . . . Dan Kelley ... did you call Lucy tonight? . . . Luke O ' Hara . . . Did you get enough guys to work tonight? . . . Frank Ciamillo . . . 10 o ' clock time to see Sam . . . " Yoni " Gozjack . . . What do you mean I didn ' t foul him? . . . George Wooten . . . Sigma Phi ' s All American . . . Clayton Johnson . . . The Lover . . . Howie Arner . . . Let ' s go for beer . . . Burl Clements . . . Did Connie say you could go? . . . Tom Breese . . . Watch out for swinging doors . . . Joe Berdosh . . . " Nice Day! " . . . Sonny Wilburn . . . Pin, pin who ' s got the pin . . . Cameron Little . . . Dollar down and dollar a week . . . Steve Ballard . . . What ' s her name this week? . . . Bill Piscitelli . . . Give the T.V. to the girls . . . Demus Thompson . . . Who ' s next on the list? . . . Tim Kempson . . . initiation means ulcers . . . Pete Crook . . . Mr. Snow man . . . Richard Thompson . . . Getting much sleep? . . . Dave Seidenspinner . . . How ' s life in the vets? . . . Terry Vining . . . Sigma Phi ' s strong man . . . Showdown at Red Dod Saloon. Let ' s get Patterson ' s, what ' s on the late movies? Let ' s get a pool up. The mud at Trollingwood, Drop the brick. Big Joe says everybody is welcome. The brothers will never change. That ' s Sigma Phi! TAU ZETA PHI TAU ZETA PHI OFFICERS President Nancy Clark Vice President Janet Faulkner Recording Secretary Patsy Cole Corresponding Secrctarij Amy Litten Treasurer Dian Clary Adviser Mrs. Boyles First Row: Second Row: Judy Berwind Susan Ferguson Carol Boyle Karen Fischer Barbara Burnette Shirley Foskett Nancy Clark Susan Hardy Dian Clary Gail Hettel Patsy Cole Judy Jones Wendy Cowall Amy Litten June Evans Judy Maness Janet Faulkner Sue Rudd I»t4 m m We are Tau Zeta girls . . . Pres. Nancy with a gavel and a K pin . . . Sweetheart Barbara, Susan with the " Hardy " voice . . . Het-tel the " Bod " . . . Yeah, yeah, yeah, Wendy ... the Gay little gal and the Three Bears— Pure Happiness . . . Susan, the Queen of the Poole . . . Amy, can you make a blonde wig in the chem lab . . . Mclver, what a bird . . . Campbell Soup Kid with another K pin . . . Janet, the HC Maid of Honor " PLEDGE ! " . . . " Roily " Rudd, our Mama— Oh, brother . . . 66rpm Judy, our beautician ... Oh for the beauty of a June day . . . Shirley and her creative touch . . . C.A., the biology major . . . Karen — MuMu, the eyes have it ... the ROOMMATES — don ' t know names . . . Patsy, watch those nationals . . . All-around Eleanor and we adjourn. Want to buy some stationery? Lessons in using chopsticks . . . Let ' s rummage around . . . Are you sick of Marlboro packs? We got a new t.v. (Yea K ). REMEMBER: The float that was a lot of bull? Almost ran away . . . Our long-lost pledges . . . the witching hour — 6:15 on Monday . . . Rush week, we fling, Bid Night, we sing. Bid Sunday, we pray. Initiation Week, we PLAY . . . the brother-sister parties . . . Let ' s hear the name of that animal, pledge . . . The Temperance League . . . our Annual Banquet ... the get-togethers . . . formal initia- tion . . . Red and Whites . . . " We are the girls of the Tau Zeta Phi. " KAPPA PSI NU Preside)! t Don Ten-ell Vice President Carson Smithwick Secretary Hinson Mikell Treasurer Carroll Monger Sponsor Jack 0. White John Autry Roger BediKi Bill Blomberg Jerry Bolick Tom Brady Judson Bryant Rainey Burch Tom Carlberg- Frank Lawrence Jim Hamill Rex Harrison Henry Horton . ' ,tli Row: Pat Kelly Hinson Mikell Carroll Monger Dan Seale Pete Smith Carson Smith vi( Don Terrell Aubrey Utz starting with a small nucleus of devoted brothers, the East Dorm inhabitants. Kappa Psi moved forward to another successful year . . . The sweetest sweetheart was Dian Clary, one of our own lovely Tau Zeta lasses . . . Call for Phillip Morris. They paid for our new T.V. Our third consecutive Marlboro award . . . The red bandana men proved they were lovers by blessing three lovely lasses with frat pins. Aubrey Utz left us after first semester and there was no one left to sing us goodnight. Mother Ganooche ! Pete Smith left for greater financial glories. We hear he ' s buying out Statler-Hilton ... We sacrificed Jerry Bolick to the Marines as our protecting patriot . . . One of the year ' s biggest tragedies was the time Bill Blomberg lost his comb ... We found it while attempt- ing to reconstruct the dorm . . . Carson Smithwick, one of the pinless, stopped by East occasionally between trips to Charlotte . . . Jim Hamill came back second semester and collected all past frat debts while singing exotic Egyptian dandies . . . Carroll Monger, our muscular brother, had his second annual date at banquet time, but the girls are still hoping . . . Jud Bryant, our Apollo symbol, kept blushing and kept the girls swooning . . . Frank Lawrence picked up the party life and fell in love a few more times . . . Dan Seale, " Mr. 409 " , was called on the carpet by the Williams High principal. Ex- planation, Dan? . . . Hinson Mikell kept notorious minutes, but won all the twisting contests . . . John Autry lost his pin, his head, and his aca- demic standing . . . Have you read " Utilitarianism in Off-Campus Apartments " by Rainey Burch? . . . Brady, Double-Bednarick. Poppa Pat, Beavers, and Sexy Rex were our domestic contributions. Our Big Time Operator was Don Terrell. IBM, that is. He ' s better known as the Playboy Presi- dent . . . It ' s been a great year! FEATURES They aim for the stars and then shine in the radiant beams of recognition. We choose them as guiding lights. The recognition of those who have been chosen to represent the Student Body for beauty, for service, for lead- ership — this is given to those stu- dents presented here. We have of- fered the best of our campus to stand for what we proudly claim as the worth. We feature here the Home- coming and May Courts and WHO ' S WHO IN AMERICAN UNIVERSI- TIES AND COLLEGES. yft . IIIk ' J. ) .. ? « HOMECOMING QUEEN Duane Powell MAID OF HONOR Janet Loy Faulkner Autumn beauty and the face of a lovely girl in soft smiling radiance. Miss Duane Powell, a pretty senior from Smith- field, Virginia, is 1962 Homecoming Queen. In her junior year, Duane was selected Sigma Phi Sweetheart ; and this year she represents the Senior Class in the May Court. The Maid-of-Honor is Mrs. Janet Loy Faulkner, a dark-haired, enchanting senior from Elon Col- lege, North Carolina. Janet, the Vice-President of Tau Zeta Phi Sorority, has well represented the Day Students in her activities. Ann Aaron, sponsored by Soph- omore Class; escorted by Ho- ward Andrew. Janet Bailey, sponsored by Alpha Pi Delta; escorted by Paul Huey. HOME Bonnie Beeson, sponsored by Beta Chi Epsilon; escorted by Steve Dunn. Barbara Burnett, sponsored by Sigma Mu Sigma; escorted by Kenneth Lumpkin. Nancy Clark, sponsored by Tau Zeta Phi; escorted by David Is- ley. Dian Clary, sponsored by Kap- pa Psi Nu; escorted by Don Terrell. COMING Eileen Cobb, sponsored by Wo- men ' s Interdormitory Council ; escorted by Robert Saunders. Joan Fardella, sponsored by Smith Hall; escorted by Mike Wyngarden. .«4 Dianne Hancock, sponsored by Freshman Class; escorted by Chip Saunders. Karen Helm, sponsored by Elt Players; escorted by Al Baer. HOME Kay Jeffreys, sponsored by Del- ta Upsilon Kappa; escorted by Demus Thompson. Linda Johnston, sponsored by Elon College Band; escorted by Lynn Ryals. Carol Keith, sponsored by Chemistry Club; escorted by Thomas Connally. Amy Litten, sponsored by Senior Class; escorted by Jerry HoUandsworth. COMING Jane Ley, sponsored by Sigma Phi Beta; escorted by Bill Pis- citelli. Linda Paschal, sponsored by Elon College Choir; escorted by Tommy Russ. Eleanor Smith, sponsored by Women ' s Interdormitory Coun- cil ; escorted by Judson Bryant. Diane Teuton, sponsored by Physical Education Majors Club; escorted by Steve Ballard. HOME Carolyn Tillotson, sponsored by Ministerial Association; escort- ed by Tom Corbitt. Carol Trageser, sponsored by Phi Psi Cli; escorted by Dan Scale. x r „ COMING 10 ,. wK %i ) % m S- 4 s — I V k L MAY QUEEN Eleanor Smith MAY DAY Queen and King of the May reign in the mist of dancing spring shadows. On the throne of the May Court this year is our own PHI PSI CLI editor, Miss Eleanor Smith, from Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Eleanor, a campus leader in service, academics, and beauty, held her reign as the climax of a full and rewarding college career. Jerry Drake is the elected May King. This active senior is from Greensboro, North Caro- lina. In his four college years, Jerry has offered his abilities and talents along with a friendly smile and undying patience in giving to Elon College. As the Maid-of -Honor is lovely Miss Barbara Burnett, another favorite campus beauty. Barbara is a senior from Danville, Virginia and is known for her courteous disposition and the warmth of a friendly heart. She also has contributed through effort in various campus activities. The escort for the Maid-of -Honor is Dewey Andrew from Snow Camp, North Carolina. The spark of a grin and the friend of all is Dewey. This senior has made an outstanding record on the basketball court as well as on the May Court. Dewey Andrew, escort for Maid-of-Honor; Jerry Drake, May King. MAY COURT Larry Schucker and Lynn Ryals, Junior escorts; Ronald Robertson, Freshman escort; Howie Andrew, Sophomore escort; John Gozjack and Demus Thompson, Senior escorts; Judson Bryant, Sophomore escort. f SGB J n " y fHi I H m I i Mclver Henderson, Senior Representative; Bonnie McEvoy, Sophomore Representa- tive; Judie Hudson and Gail Hettel, Junior Representatives; Jeanne Fiorito, Fresh- man Representative; Jane Loy, Sophomore Representative; Duane Powell, Senior Representative. WHO ' S WHO «=, of the Junior C ass and an outs tanding an dent governmen . In addition to his contri Tom is married the father of a darli List student, o of Tom ' s came during his Ju hen he " Nvls Award as the o utst nding " Btbl ' ical Student. •I -t James Baie, a history major has made his claim to fam President of the Stude nt Body. J. m has proved himself as a f leader of his fellow tudents and has their friendship respect through his ge leral concer 1 for their welfare. In addit to his dent activiti es, Ji m w on his monogram varsity football. Nancy Clark, an elementary education major, and President of Tau Zeta Phi has shown her ability as a leader on the girls ' side of campus as President of Women ' s Interdormitory Council. Nancy has fought many a time for " the equality of women " and has won the respect of the college community. She has been a member of the cheering squad and was an honorary commence- ment marshal. A personable individual, Nancy has freely given Jerry Drake, a health and physical e dent of Sigma Mu Sigma. In addition to being a good student Jerry lettered in baseball and was instrumental in organizing the Physical Education Majors ' Club. Jerry has been active in stu- dent government and was honored as a commencement marshal. Well liked by all those in his association, his well-sounded abilities and interesta instigated many contributions to student life IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES najor, is an officer in Tau Zeta Phi sor- the Order of the Oak for her outstanding n addition to being an interested student she maintained a quality leadership in her church. Amy, a very charming and friendly student, has been sistently popular with her classmates. Amy Litten, a biolog ority She -nas named t academic achievement government participant lentary education major, is a member of Tau 1 an active participant in the student govern- ition and in the Women ' s Interdormitory Council, of those girls you rarely observe working with flam- . the results of her activity is always a welcome landers, a history and philosophy major, is one of the most people around our campus. Acting as President of Pi a Mu, Bob is also busy with various phases of student gov- It most notably as the head of the Board of Elections. A r of Alpha Pi Delta Fraternity, Bob has been a representa- 1 the Pan-Hellenic Council. Eleanor Smith, a mat ber of Tau Zeta Phi Oak for high academ: was secretary-treasur cheerleader, and edito was honored as most popular a i. She was named to the Order of the inment. In addition to scholarship, she student government for 2 years, a le Phi Psi Cli. On three occasions, she irshal. One of the college ' s ■loved students, she was selected by her J May Queen. This lovely valuable asset to her alma mater. They lead who serve. They serve who lead. Excellence is reivard for what given. been nobly In recognition for work well done and in encouragement for the future, these students were chosen to represent Elon in Who ' s Who. Selections are made by a student-faculty com- mittee and are based on the student ' s scholar- ship, his participation and leadership in aca- demic and extra curricular activities, his citizenship and service to the school, and his promise of future success. formances and two awards for her stage prowess. Always willing ers. A consistent dean ' s list student, she is a member of the Or- real contributions to our school. " The Campus Crier " , h s earned I stable and popular position talents carried her to lead roles in five major Elon Player per- with the students of Elon. ts Y 1 -f ' 1 If only he could walk and talk! I dreamed I was studying in my . . . They could have danced all night, but the dorms closed at twelve. I don ' t care if the colonnades do leak! Who was the last faculty member to hang here? K V -V m 1 " 1 - T " " - Ci r cc 73 PW ■•• Mkl - " " ' - ' ' ■ ■ " C " ' J n Ubr i :, 1,9 ' «!• l ERTISEMENTS With thanks to those who give so that loe may give. A patron is vital to the success of a yearbook. We as students support the cost, but we cannot do it alone. We need the support of the surround- ing communities and their business establishments in order to produce the best. On the following pages, we give our advertisements with an ap- preciative " Thank you. " Burlingto n, largest and most diversified manufacturer of quality fabrics, hosiery, carpets and other textile products, offers career opportunities to qualified graduates in one of America ' s most essential industries. Visit the Burlington plant in your area, or write to BURLINGTON INDUSTRIES, Personnel Department, Greensboro, North Carolina. JLjUininQ TOri INDUSTRIES. INC. " Woicn into ZJ lie Lift of Amtnca " First the clock . , . then the plant — When a customer bought 100 cigars from the wholesale grocery firm of H. Cone Sons in 1870, he received a handsome clock. Some of these clocks are still licking away. In addition to selling cigars and groceries for their father, Moses and Ceasar Cone sold cotton plaids. Seeing a great future in fabrics, they started the Cone textile enterprises as a selling and commission house in 1891. They built the original manufacturing plant in 1896. J ' 7: ' f t i What of Cone Mills Today? From these small beginnings has come one of the world ' s largest and most progressive textile firms. With 18 plants employing almost 13,000 men and women. Cone Mills today is the world ' s largest producer of corduroys, denims and flannels. 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