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

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■t«r-- ' i ' - stj. i • v PRESENTED TO YOU THE CLASS OF 1964 FROM THE EDITORS AND STAFF OF THE ELON COLLEGE Elon College, North Carolina Sally McDuffie, Editor Roni George, Assistant Editor QQ Shades of Elon . . . spectrum of life . . . growing . . . changing . . . evolving . . . tradition established . . . seventy-five years . . . summer sparkle . . . casioal classes . . . beach time . . . baby oil and books . . . shady paths . . . borrowed bikes . . . popsickles . . . cheeseburgers . . . pepsis on ice . . . gloiving tans . . . ragged burns . . . sun streaked blonds . . . muddy FOREWORD THE SHADES OF ELON glow and sparkle in every phase of our life. The red of the sun- sets, the yellow of the leaves, the green of the grass and ivy, the blue of the ponds and lakes, the white of the snow, and the black of the night, are all a part of us. THE SHADES OF ELON filter into our spirit. The sin- cerity and fellowship we share with our friends, the friendly relations and admira- tion we have for our professors, the warmth we feel for our college shine throughout us. THE SHADES OF ELON guide our lives. The fairness we show to others, the trust and concern we display in our actions, the faith in God we live by shall remain forever with us. THE SHADES OF ELON will be an eternal afterglow within our hearts. The memories we shall hold will be tempered and endeared by THE SHADES OF ELON. Please pause a moment and peer with us through the diamond spectrum into THE SHADES OF ELON. atmosphere . . . close with laughter . . . prism changes in a dimming light . . . crickets on a summer night , sing their tale of wanton blue . . summer ebbs . . . fall faintly flickers . . . in retrospect . . . buttercup mornings . . crabapple eves . . . familiar faces . . . futility . . futility . . . golden apples . . . iced in a bucket . . . one never learns . . . except ivhat one already knows . . . new home . . . home sick . . . the spectrum glitters diamond-like . . . rust . . . cinnamon . . . toast . . . hrown . . burning leaves . . . smoky smell carried by the wind . . . choir sounds . . . hoi ' er round Whitley . . . softness and stillness . . . quisence . . . heady reproach . . . beanies, blazers . . . weanies and beans . frosh frolic . . . under the oaks . . . meeting, mingling . . . letter from mom . first tests . . . pop tests . . . quizzes . . themes . . . dating . . . luting . . . strict campus doom This is mif (Mm. . . r; lingering labs . . . improvivion steaming mugs of coffee . . science building . . . never quiet . . . never dark . . . unknoivns . . . knowns . . . weigh . . . measure . . slide-stick sick . . . take home tests . . . manuals due . . . discovering explosive truths . . . h4 weekend dayices . . . hrother-sister parties . . . Homecoming . . . Midwinters . . . Mayday . . . Society for the Preservation of Tea Drinking . . . 1789? 1879? 1963? Fresh Freshmen . . . Sophomore . . . slump . . . Jumping Juniors . . . Senior . . . slump . . . TkA (f rf Homecoming . . . ivork . . . plans . . . dates . . . pink chiffon . . red roses . . . dark tux . . . Queen ' s crown . . . glittering ivith diamond blaze . . . alumni . . . friends . . . parents . . . fans . . . Homecoming floats . . . oops . . . one fell apart . . . football cheer . . . Let ' s go . . . fight . . . win . . . conference champs . . . celebrate in the gym . . . band plays . . . cheers of joy . trophy . . .no case . . . ' W ■ mi ■ " v Qdoptedffome railroad rumble . . . three times a day . . . radiator riot . . . when ice do have heat . . . cold showers . . . scalding shoivers . . . flush the toilet . . . one . . . two . . . three . . . jump! sororities . . . frats . . .the rush is on . . . spagitte . . . ice cream . . . sukiaki . . . smokers . . . bid night . . . serenades . . . until ive meet again . . . church in couples . . . ' m £ mehm mm Christmas spirit . . . decorated doors . . . carol sings . . . stocking caps . . . knee socks . . . minus degrees . . . hall parties . . . pinatas . . . the council gives a show . . . West dorm tree . . . frosted in a gossomer of spun angel hair . . . dolls . . . games . . . shirts for little boys . . . tivo week break . . .jammed with . . . " fpoffunifif to- (earn. back for exams . . . term paper.-; lUn ... cafeteria majors in stew . . . chocolate and donuts ... a break at ten . . . ashes . . . ciggy butts . . . empty ball-point pens dripping wash . . . hanging from blinds . . apple cores . . . orange rinds . . . examtime . . . semester break . . . annual staff slaves . . . basketball team . . . rhythm in motion . . . candy stripped socks . floating scoreboard . . magical count . . . popcorn and cokes . . . thunderous crotod . . . Jess breaks a record , victory at court . . . Another semester . . . begins aneiv . . . transfer students . . . old friends back . . . winter diuindles . . . fore- shadoiving spring . . . spasmodic sprinkles . . . transfixed quietude . . . vagrant couples . . . loiter . . . holding hands . . . Slon L$ mif Gmminlfy. wool packed . . . cotton blossoms . . . walks in springlight . , diamond glow at moontide . . . block courses . . . practice teaching . . . graduate record . . . National Teacher ' s Exam . . . Comprehensives ? ? ? golf . . . track . . . baseball . . . tennis . . . watch for the symptoms . . . spying fever ' s a menace . Huey ' s . . . MacDonald ' s . . . Earls . . . Riches . . . This is truf (Me i ] After Easter . . . May is a mirage . the term is over . . . more books to sell , underclassmen depart . . . Elon in their heart . . . seniors stay . . . final day . . . ? ' o»i these halls of ivy . . . tve ' ve gained so much . . . leaving soon . . . new life to lead . . . a crinkled leaf . . . crystal blue tears . . . fondly think of our college years . . . alone in silence . . . ghosts . . . shadows . . . lavender memories . . .of the shades of Elon . . . for all we know . . . we may never meet again . . . I Jt 7 Tribute 7o DR. RICHARD M. HAFF Character is that quality of a person which gives him depth, separates him from the plant world, and in some cases makes him great. Dr. Richard M. Haff has such a character. His unselfish service, friendliness, and sincerity are remembered by all who know him. He served Elon with a spirit, devotion, and loyalty, that will forever remain an integral part of Elon. We of the 1964 PHI PSI CLI are proud to pay tribute to a man who has meant so much to our college. His face may not still be with us as we enter and leave these college walls, but his memory shall remain forever. ■■ PRESIDENT OF THE COLLEGE Dr. J. Earl Danieley MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT TO THE CLASS OF 1964: Congratulations! You have completed the required course of study and are a college graduate. During these years of study your Alma Mater has been deeply interested in you as an individual. We believe in the almost infinite worth of the individual and are dedicated to the proposition that we can and should help each individual student to grow and develop to the limit of his potential. Recently Dr. William DeVane, former dean at Yale, speaking of the liberal ai-ts colleges referred to the liberal studies as " the studies which . . . mature and ripen the mind and character of man, that activate his imagination, lengthen his perspective . . . and give his life direction and puii)ose. " We agree with Dean DeVane that these are results of education in the liberal arts. We believe that this is even more likely to happen when the liberal arts college is a Christian college. Elon College is a liberal arts college and it is a Christian college. Wei are convinced that this indication of our educational philosophy and this affirmation of our religious faith are essentials of the kind of education which will make possible that growth and development of the individual which we seek. As you go forth from our campus to places of employment or for graduate work, keep these twin goals in mind : the develop- ment of your intellectual capacity and the strengthening of your faith. Both of these are life-long processes. Both result from a consistent, conscious attempt on the part of the individual. Both are necessary if you are to be what you as an individual have the potential to become. May God richly bless you with opportunities to be of service to Him and to your fellowman, and may you so prepare yourself as to be ready to undertake whatever He calls you to do. Sincerely yours, J. E. DANIELEY President DEAN OF THE COLLEGE Mr. C. Fletcher Moore DIRECTOR OF STUDENT PERSONNEL SERVICES Mr. A. S. Hassell DR. ALONSO L. HOOK DEAN OF THE FACULTY Professor of Physics and Professor of Mathematics A.B., Elon College, 1944 Graduate Work, University of North Carolina J. Wesley Alexander Acting: Chairman of the Department of Mathematics Assistant Professor of Mathematics B.S., Appalachian State Teach- ers Collegre, 1953; M.A., 1955. Paul J. Amash Assistant Professor of French and Spanish A.B., Juniata Colleg-e, 1957; M.A., Pennsylvania State Col- lege, 1959: Additional Graduate Work. University of North Carolina. Ralph V. Ander.son Associate Professor of Business Administration B.S., Ferris Institute, 1947; M.A., University of Tennessee, 1948; B.D. North Baptist Theological Seminary, 1951; Additional Graduate Work, University of North Carolina. Jame.s Edward Aubrey Assistant Professor of French and Spanish A.B., College of William and Mary, 1952; M.A., Middleburtr College, 195fi. 1964 Konstantina.s . vizonis Professor of History and Political Science Diploma A.B., Ausros Berniuku Gimnazija in Kaunas (Lithu- ania), 1933; Studies at Univers- ity of Grenoble (France); M.A. Ph.D., University of Friedrich- Wilhelm in Berlin (Germanv), 1932. Wendell Bartholf Mus.B., Florida State Univers- ity, 1961; M.A., Florida State University, 19G3. W. Jennings Berry, Jr. Registrar; Assistant Professor of English A.B., Elon College, 1950; M.A,, University of North Carolina. 1964. Edith Brannock Assistant Professor of Home Economics A.B., Elon College, 1939; Gradu- ate Work, Woman ' s College of the University of North Caro- lina. Franke J. Butler Associate Professor of English A.B., University of South Caro- lina, 1955; M.A., University of South Carolina, 1958; Addition- al Graduate Work, Duke Uni- versity. Luther Nicholson Byrd Professor of English and History A.B., University of North Caro- lina, 1928; M.A., University of North Carolina, 1949. Paul H. Cheek Chairman of Department of Che 3trj 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 Col- lege, 1924; M.A., University of North Carolina, 1944; Addi- tional Graduate Work, Univers- ity of North Carolina. FACULTY James L. Comer Instructor of Mathematics B.S., Tennessee Polytechnic In- stitute, 1953; Graduate Work, University of North Carolina Janie E. Council Assistant Professor of Business Education A.B., East Carolina College 1943; M.A., East Carolina Col- lege, 1947. Horace H. Cunningham Chairman of the Department of Social Sciences A.B., Atlantic Christian College, 1936; M.A., University of North Carolina, 1940; Ph.D., Univers- ity of North Carolina, 1952. Edwin L. Daniel Assistant Professor of Art B.A., Elon College, 194G; B.F A , Abbott School of Fine and Com- mercial Art, 1951; Art Ed., Richmond Professional Insti- tute, 1960; Roanoke Fine A- Center, 1960-196- Herman Davis Part-time Instructor of Business Administration B.S., East Carolina College, 1956; M.A., East Carolina Col- lege, 1958. James Perry Elder, Jr. Part-Time Instructor of History A.B., Elon College, 1960; M.A., University of North Carolina, 1963. Edward Roy Epperson Associate Professor of Chemistry B.S., Millsaps College, 1954; M.A., University of North Caro- lina. 1957; Additional Graduate Work, College of the Pacific. David A. Fee Assistant Professor of Bible A.B., Muskingum College, 1953; B.D., Princeton Theological Seminary, 1956; M.A., Yale Uni- versity, 1958; Additional Gradu- ate Work, Yale University. 1964 Hilburt Adam Fisher Part-Time Lecturer in Mathematics United States Naval Academy. 1915; M.S., North Carolina State College, 1928; LL.D., Lenoir Rhyne College, 1940. Betty K. Gerow Assistant Professor of English A.B., Meredith College, 1942; M.A., University of North Caro- lina, 1945. Arabella Gore Catalogue Librarian A.B., Meredith College, 1935; A.B. in L.S., University of North Carolina, 1936; M.A., University of North Carolina, 1939. John S. Graves Campus Minister; Associate Professor of Christian Education A.B., Elon College, 1950; M.A. Hartford Seminary Foundation School of Religious Education. 1952. William Roddey Ginn Admissions Counselor A.B., Elon College, 1956. Jeanne Griffen Assistant Professor of Physical Education A.B., Elon College, 1951; M.Ed., University of North Carolina, 1960. Elvena B. Harris Part-Time Instructor of English A.B., Catawba College, 1958; M.A., University of North Caro- lina, 1961. Arthur B. Hartung Assistant Professor of Mathematics A.B., Catawba College, 1959; M.Ed., Duke University, 1960; Additional Graduate Work, Duke University. FACULTY James Howell Professor of English A.B., Guilford College, 1925; M.A., University of North Caro- lina, 1931; Ph.D., University of North Carolina, 1942. Mrs. C. C. Johnson Librarian of Historical Society Ph.B., Elon College, 1915; A.B., Elon College, 1930; B.S. in L.S., Columbia University, 1937. John R. Kittenger Assistant Professor of English and Bible B.S., Temple University, 1931; B.D., Lancaster Seminary, 1935; S.T.M., Philadelphia Lutheran Seminarv, 1936; M.A., Univers- ity of North Carolina, 1960. Guy Royal Lambert, Sr. Associate Librarian .A., Elon College, 1959. Charles (lilbert Latnam Professor of Psychology and Sociology B.S., Ithaca College. 1931; M.S., University of Tennessee, 1941; Additional Graduate Work, Har- vard University. Frances Longest Associate Professor of Business Education A.B., Elon College, 1941; M.Ed., Woman ' s College of the Uni- versity of North Carolina, 1955; Additional Graduate Work, Uni- versity of North Carolina. Gertrude W. MacEwen Assistant Professor of German A.B., Elon College, 1957; M.A., Duke University, 1959; Addi- tional Graduate Work, Univers- ity of Munich, Germany, and University of Heidelberg. Ger- Gary Mattocks Assistant Professor of Health, Physical Education Assistant Football Coach; Head Track Coach B.S., East Carolina College, 1958; M.A.. East Carolina Col- lege, 1960. 1964 William R. Miller Assistant Professor of Health, Physical Education Tennis Coach; Basketball Coach A.B., University of North Caro- lina. 1955; M.Ed.. University of North Carolina, 1956, Helen Evans Misenheimer Assistant Professor of French A,B., Elon College, 1961; M,A,, Duke University, 196.3, Alexander S. Moffett Assistant Professor of Dramatics A,B,, University of North Caro- lina, 1961; M,A,, University of North Carolina, 1963, Eleanor W. Moffett Assistant Professor of English A.B,, Converse College, 1932; M,Ed,, University of North Carolina, 1958; Ph.D,, Univers- ity of North Carolina, 1961. Voigt Morgan Assistant Professor of Biology A.B., Elon College, 1948; M.A., Appalachian, 1953; Graduate Work, Duke University and A.S.T.C. Frances Muldrow Chairman of Department of Languages; Professor of French, Spanish and Latin A.B., Georgia State College for Women, 1939; M.A., Duke Uni- versity, 1946; Ph.D., Duke Uni- versity, 1954. John K. Patterson Part-Time Instructor of Business Administration A.B., Elon College, 1959; LL.B., University of North Carolina, 1962. Theodore E. Perkins Librarian B.S., Western Carolina College, 1939; B.D., Duke University, 1946; M.Ed., University of North Carolina, 1962; B.S. in L.S.. 1957; M.S. in L.S., 1962. FACULTY Paul S. Reddish Professor of Biology A.B., Duke University, 1933; M.A., Duke University, 1935; Additional Graduate Work, Duke University. Laurie Tully Reed Acting Chairman of Department of English Associate Professor of English A.B., University of North Caro- lina, 1950; M.A., University of North Carolina, 1955; Addition- al Graduate Work. Ferris Ervin Reynolds Chairman of the Department of Philosophy and Religion 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. Russell Reynolds Assistant Professor of Spanish A.B., University of North Caro- lina, 1953; M.A., University of North Carolina, 1962. William Guy Rich Assistant Professor of Physics A.B., Catawba College, 1961; M.A., Wake Forest, 1963. 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. Joseph W. Robinson Assistant Professor of Business Administration B.A., Roanoke College, 1959; M.S., West Virginia University, 1962. John I). Sanford Chairman of Department of Health, Physical Education Baseball Coach; Professor of Health, Physical Education; Athletic Director A.B., University of Richmond, 1939; M.Ed., ' University of North Carolina, 1952; Ph.D., University of North Carolina, 1961. 1964 Bessie P. Sloan Assistant Professor of Spanish A.B., State College of Wash- ington, 1929; M.A., Northwest- ern University, 1941; Addition- al Graduate Work, Universities of Indiana, Iowa, Madrid. William W. Sloan Professor of Bible and Religious Education A.B., College of Wooster, 1925; B.D., McCormick Theological Seminary, 1929; Ph.D., North- western University, 1936; Fur- ther Study, Universities of Min- nesota, Oklahoma, Usala and Northwestern, Garrett Biblical Institute, Western - Seabury Theological Seminary, Presby- terian College of Christian Ed- ucation. 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., University of North Carolina, 1957. William H. Terrell Alumni Secretary A.B., Elon College, 1925. James T. Toney Assistant Professor of Economics B.S., Appalacliian State Teach- ers College, 1952; M.A., Ap- palachian State Teachers Col- lege, 1956; Additional Graduate Work, Teachers College, Co- lumbia University, University of Colorado. George M. Tucker Assistant Professor of Health and Physical Education Head Football Coach; Golf Coach B.S., East Carolina College, 1955; M.A., East Carolina Col- lege, 1958. Manly W. VVellman Part-Time Instructor of English A.B., University of Wichita, 1926; B.Lit., Columbia Univers- ity, 1927. John R. Wendt Part-Time Instructor of History A.B., University of Delaware, 1962; Graduate Work, Univers- ity of North Carolina. FACULTY Walter Westafer Associate Professor of Music B.S., Syracuse University; M.A., Cincinnati Conserv- atory of Music. Jack O. White Assistant Professor of Music B.S., Concord College, 1950; M.E., University of North Carolina, 1961. John D. Wike Director of Intramurals for Men; Assistant Professor of Physical Education Assistant Football Coach B.S., East Carolina, 1960. Jeanne F. Williams Acting Chairman of the Department of Business Administration and Busi- ness Education; Associate Professor of Business Administration and Business Education and Mathematics B.S., University of Rhode Island, 1944; M.S., North Carolina State College, Gerald A. Wolfe Assistant Professor of Geography B.S., Carroll College, 1961; M.A., University of Georgia, 1963. JL3 Bookstore Attendants John C. Wells— Cafeteria Manager; Mr. Fisler— Assist- ant Cafeteria Manager. 1964 Dormitory Hostesses: Left to Right: Mrs. Ellis— West Dorm; Mrs. Hughes- Virginia Dorm; Mrs. Livermon — New Dorm. ' ■3 3U Harper — Secretary to Alumni Secretary; Emma Lewis — Secre ,ry; Jacqueline Matlock — Secretary to the Admissions Counselor rs. Pope — Secretary to Director of Church Relations. ;taff rs. Johnson — Secretary to the Registrar; Mi the Director of Student Personnel Servi igistrar; Mrs. Brigman — Secretary. Danieley — Secretary 3, Secretary to the Mrs. Thomas — Secretary to the President; Mrs. Halbert — Secretary to the Dean of the Col lege. Avril Core — Assistant Cashier; Doris Johnson — Accountant; Doris Maney — Cashier; Mabel Perkins — Secretary to the Business Manager. Ml B if K ■ B 4 IL CLASSES It ▼ ( . ELIZABETH ANN BAILEY Route 1 Gibsonville, North Carolina English MAXINE MARY BEAN Route 2, Box 408 Granite Falls, North Carolina Mathematics Pi Kappa Tau, 2; S.C.A. 1 RONNIE EARL BELL Route 2, Box 157 Leaksville, North Carolina Physical Education Iota Tau Kappa, Secretary 3, Sergeant at Arms 4; Men ' s Inter- dormitory Council 3, 4- Dormitory President 3; Food Committee 3; Physical Education Majors ' Club; Monogram Club 2,3,4; E- Men ' s Club 2,3,4; Football 1,2.3,4; Intramurals 1,3,4, Intramural Asst. 2,3. WANDA FAYE BENNETT 410 West Willowbrook Drive Burlington, North Carolina Business Administration and Social Studies Delta Upsilon Kappa, Treasurer 3, President 4; Business Club, Recording Secretary 3; W.A.A.; Intramurals 2,3,4; Graduation Marshal 3. JOSEPH JOHN BERDOSH 1001 East Pine Street Mahanay, Pennsylvania Physical Education JUDITH ANN BERWIND 71 Jarvis Place Lynbrook, New York Home Ecomonics Tau Zeta Phi; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. LAWRENCE JOSEPH BIDDLE 720 West Front Street Burlington, North Carolina Biology Sigma Mu Sigma, Vice-President 4; Alpha Psi Omega; President of Junior Class; Homecoming Committee Chairman 2; Dance Com- mittee 2; Student Affairs Committee 3; Senate Committee Chairman 3; Elon Players, President 2; Biology Lab Assistant 4. BETTY GRAY BLANCHARD Route 2 Elon College, North Carolina Elementary Education WILLIAM HAROLD BLOMBERG. JR. 729 Holbrook Avenue Danville, Virginia Mathematics Kappa Psi Nn, Social Chairman 3, Corresponding Secretary 3; Transfer from Hampden-Sydney College; Men ' s Choir; Newspaper Staff; Baseball; Lambda Chi Alpha National Fraternity. MATTIE ELIZABETH BOULDIN Route 2 Pittsboro, North Carolina Home Economics N.E.A. MAC DONALD BOWMAN Route 2 Burlington, North Carolina Physical Education NORMA LEE BROOKS Route 1 Jrowii Summit, North Carolina Mathematics SENIOR LEE CAROLYN BROWN Route 1, Box 8 Troy, North Carolina Business Administration ROBERT KEITH BULLA 2114 Whitsett Street Burlington, North Carolina Chemistry and Biology LORETTA ANNE BURTON Route 2, Box 90 Brown Summit, North Carolina Elementary Education Delta Upsilon Kappa; Choir 1; Intramurals 1,2; N.E.A. 4; W.A.A. 1,2,3; Graduation Marshal 3. MADGE CARPENTER CARMICHAEL 610 Ridgeway Drive Burlington, North Carolina Elementary Education Glee Club; Duke Chapel Choir; Transfer from A.S.T.C. ALPHA MAE CARTER Box 187 Faith, North Carolina Elementary Education B.S.U. 3,4, President 4; N.E.A. 4, Transfer from Chowan College. JOHN J. CAVANAGH, JR. 40-07 Bell Boulevard Bayside 61, New York Business Administration Sigma Mu Sigma; Business Club 3; Radio Club - X P ' JANE CHISHOLM CHEEK 236 South Elm Street Asheboro, North Carolina Business Administration Delta Upsilon Kappa 3,4, Treasurer 4; Businei murals 3,4; Transfer from U.N.C. at Greensboro. Club 3,4; Intra- FRANK ANTHONY CIAMILLO 471 Pearl Street Oceanside, New York Physical Education Sigma Phi Beta, Intramural Representative; Elon Players; Physi- cal Education Majors ' Club, Vice-President; Football 1,2,3; Golf Team 1,2,3,4; Intramurals. m LASS NICHOLAS PETER CIOTOLA 135 South Lexington Avenue White Plains, New York Social Science Sigma Mu Sigma, Treasurer 3; Committee for Requirements of Who ' s Who 3: Committee for Selection of Who ' s Who 4; Ionian Society, Vice-President 3, Program Director 4; Business Club 4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. J. BAYNE CLAPP Route 1 Liberty, North Carolina Mathematics SHELDON PAYNE CLAYTON Route 3 Roxboro, North Carolina Biology Alpha Pi Delta; Men ' s Interdormitory Council 3; Honor Council, Summer Schoo ' 3; Honor Council Juror 4; German Club 2; Biology Lab Instructor 3,4; Marshal, Summer School 3. PATSY CAROLE COLE Route 2 South Boston, Virginia Business Education Tau Zeta Phi, President 4, Recording Secretary 3; Board of Elec- tions 1,2,3; Women ' s Interdormitory Council 2,4, Vice-President 4; Business Club 3, Corresponding " Secretary 3; Phi Psi Cli 2; Intramurals 1.2,3,4; Senior Class Secretary; Who ' s Who Selection Committee 4; Homecoming Committee 3; Academic and Student Affairs Committee 4. 39 PENELOPE FUQUA CONATSER 321 East Fifth Street Burlington, North Carolina Elementary Education Delta Upsilon Kappa; W.A.A. 1,2, Secretary 2; Day Students Organization 2, Secretary-Treasurer 2; Intraniurals 1,2; Cheer- leader 2; Homecoming Sponsor 1; Freshman Class Secretary- Treasurer; Graduation Marshal, Summer School 1; Chapel Com- mittee 2; N.E.A. 4. CAROLYN SUE COOK 509 Roach Street Rcidsville, North Carolina Elementary Education 3,4, Enlistment Chairman; Transfer from Gard- N.E.A. 4; B.S.U. ner-Webb College. WENDY MADELEINE COWALL 3819 Garrison Street, N.W. Washington 16, D.C. Tau Zeta Phi, W.A.A. Representative 2, Social Chairman 3, Cor- responding Secretary 4; Phi Psi Cli 3; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Dance Committee 2,3; Board of Elections 3; Homecoming Committee. BOBBY EUGENE CRAWFORD Route 7, Box 210 Burlington, North Carolina Mathematics and English SENIOR JOHN DAVID DOWNS 5228 Sylvester Street Philadelphia 24, Pennsylvania History and Philosophy Ionian Society THOMAS HUNTER DULA North Street Hillsboro, North Carolina English JOHNNA MARIE DAVIS 2400 Carver Street Durham, North Carolina Mathematics and Physics Women ' s Interdormitory Council 2,3,4; Math Club 3; Class Spon- sor 2; May Day Decorating Committee 3; Who ' s Who Committee PEGGY ANN DODSON Route 2 Liberty, North Carolina French and English Alpha Psi Omega; Radio Team 4; French Club 2, Secretary 2; Elon Players 2,3,4, Vice-President 4; N.E.A. 4; W.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Phi Psi Cli 4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. t K5 f l«lb JERRY WALTER FAULKNER 1808 South Mebane Street Burlington, North Carolina Business Administration Business Club PETER JAMES FISK North Street Montague, Massachusetts Physics Sigma Mu Sigma, Historian 4; Senior Vice-President; Student Senate; Dance Committee 1,2; Handbook Committee 3; Chapel Committee 3; Men ' s Interdormitory Council 4; Intramurals; Phy- sics Lab Assistant. JOHN FRANKLIN FLEMMING 1025 Livingston Avenue Chesapeake, Virginia Social Science Honor Council 1; Sub-Committee on Exam Schedule 3; S.C.A. 1,2; M.A. 1,2; Elon Players 1; Ionian Society 3,4; Phi Psi Cli 4; Choir 1,2,3,4, Stage Manager 4; Homecoming Committee 1,2. SARA LOU FOLEY Box 125 Leaksville, North Carolina Mathematics Student Teaching Association CLASS SHIRLEY ELAINE FOSKETT Box 2091 Virginia Beach, Virginia Tau Zeta Phi 2,3,4, Secretary, Historian, Reporter 3; Develop- ment Committee 3; Dance Committee 1,2,3,4; Homecoming Com- mittee 1; Chapel Committee 2; Honor Council 4; Elon Players 1,2,3; N.E.A. 3,4, Secretary-Treasurer 3; W.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Phi Psi Cli 2,3; Choir 1,2,3,4, Secretary Treasurer 3; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Maroon and Gold 3,4. RACHEL YOUNGBLOOD GARRARD 313 Trail 4, Grove Park Burlington, North Carolina Elementary Education Ionian Society; N.E.A. ; Pi Gamma Mu. DIXIE LEE GLADSON 1400 7th Avenue Conwray, South Carolina English Maroon and Gold 3; Choir 1,2,4, Secretary-Treasurer 2; Band 1,2. JOHN K. GOZJACK 446 East Elm Street Tamaqua, Pennsylvania Biology Sigma Phi Beta; E-Men ' s Club; Football; Track; Intramurals. MICHAEL CHARLES GRAFFEO Temple Trailer Park, Lot 25 Alexandria, Virginia Physical Education Kappa Psi Nu. JAMES WILLL M GRIFFIN, JR. 1411 Garfield Road Burling-ton, North Carolina English Maroon and Gold 3; Colonnades ,S,4. ROBERT ALAN GWALTNEY 26115 Wedgedale Avenue Durham, North Carolina Mathematics DANNY L. HALL Route 1 Stoneville, North Carolina English Iota Tau Kappa; E-Men ' s Club 1,2,3,4; B.A. Club 1,2,3; Maroon and Gold 3; Baseball 1,2,3,4, All-Conference 3; Basketball 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Dormitory Vice-President 1. SENIOR SEYMOUR JERALD HALL 306-B Veterans Apartments Elon College, North Carolina Chemistry Iota Tau Kappa; Senator; Chairman of Liberal Arts Forum; Student Affairs Committee; Pan-Hellenic Council; Chemistry Club, President; Campus Crier; Track 1; Intramurals; Representative to Symposium at Randolph Macon College; Head of Elon College Student Publicity Bureau; Chemistry Lab Assistant. JAMES WILLIAM HAMILL 2129 Woodlawn Avenue Glenside, Pennsylvania History Kappa Psi Nu, Treasurer 2, President 4; Ionian Society Intramurals. MARY JOANNA HARDY 208 Nissen Street Reidsville, North Carolina Elementary Education GAIL OGDEN HETTEL 400 Hampton Roads Avenue Hampton, Virginia Elementary Education ,4, Vice-President 4; Student Council 2; Board . . . Homecoming Nominating Committee 4; N.E.A., Secretary 4; French Club 2; Phi Psi Cli 2; Campus Crier 3,4; Intramurals; May Day Representative 3; Women ' s Interdormitory Council. Tau Zeta Phi 1,2, of Elections 1,2,3 DONALD WAYNE HINTON 214 Stuart Street Martinsville, Virginia Mathematics Intramurals 2,3,4; Math Club; Maroon and Gold, Sports Report- er; N.E.A. 1; Transfer from Mars Hill Junior College. NANCY CHANNEL HOBART 5110 Manning Place, N.W. Washington, D.C. English Beta, W.A.A. Representative 2, Pledge Master 3; Women ' s Interdormitory Council 2. DAVID ANSEL HOSMER 3 Ascadilla Road Worcester, Massachusetts Business Administz-ation Alpha Pi Delta, Treasurer; Radio Team; Band; Emanons Dance Band. JUDITH ANN HUDSON Route 4 Warsaw, Indiana French Delta Upsilon Kappa, Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4; Senate 3; S.G.A. Secretary 4; Entertainment Committee 3; Dance Committee 3; Chapel Committee 2- French Club 2; Campus Crier, Typist 3, 4; Intramurals 2,3,4; Women ' s Interdormitory Council 2; May Day Representative 2; Sigma Mu Sigma Svi eetheart 4. LASS MILBURN JEROME JACKSON, JR. Route 2, Box 44 Henderson, North Carolina Physics Senate 4; Dance Committee 2,3,4; Entertainment Committee 2,3,4; Committee 4; Freshman Chapel Committee 4; German Club 3; Men ' s Interdormitory Council 3,4. JIMMY SHELTON JONES 219 North 10th Avenue Siler City, North Carolina Business Administration JOHN PAUL JONES Route 5, Box 628 Greensboro, North Carolina Biology Jr. Class Vice President; Sigma Mu Sigma 2,3; College Bowl 3. ELIZABETH ANN JORDAN Route 2 Statesville, North Carolina Home Economics Lab Assistant; ARLENE SUSAN KOLBEK 807 W. 22nd Street Wilmington, Delaware Elementary Education Beta Omioron Beta 1,2,3,4, Pan-Hellenic Council 3; Women ' s Inter- dormitorv Council 3,4, Secretary 3, President 4; State Student Legislature Delegate 4; W.A.A., Vice-President 3; French Club 1; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. JOHN CAMERON LITTLE 935 Washington Street, Box 532 Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina Mathematics Sigma Phi Beta 1,2,3,4, Chaplain 1,2,3,4, Pledge Captain 1,2,3, Sports Chairman 3,4; Honor Council 3, Chairman 3; N.E.A. 3,4; A.A.H.P.E.R.; E-Men ' s Club 1,2.3,4; Math Club 3,4; N.C.A.H.P.E.R. Club 1; Maroon and Cdl.l : ' .; Track 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4, Tri- Captain 4; Intramural.- l.L:,:i,l; Chapel Committee 4; Men ' s In- terdormitory Council .!; lioiiiiitory President 3; All Conference Football 3; Marshal 3; All District Football 3. WILLIAM FRANCIS LUBY, JR. 53 Greenfield Street Wethersfield 9, Connecticut Business Administration Sigma Mu Sigma 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Spanish Club 2; Honor Council 2; Senate 3; Business Club, Vice-President 4; NSGA Display Committee 3; Homecoming Nominating Commit- tee 4; Defending Attorney for Honor Council 4; Freshman Board of Control 2. JOHN ZEBULON LYNCH 306 Lebanon Avenue Elon College, North Carolina Physics SENIOR EDWARD DOUGLAS MASON 720 W. Front Street Burlington, North Carolina Chemistry EUGENE GRAYSON MATTINGLY 7628 17th Street, N.W. Washington 12, D.C. Sigma Mu Sigma; Alpha Psi Omega, President 3; Phi Art Editor 3; Colonnades Art Editor 4; Elon Players; Club. Psi Cli German HINSON LEBBY MIKELL, JR. Route 1, Box 321 Charleston, South Carolina Music and English Kappa Psi Nu 2,3,4, Secretary 3; Graduation Marshal 2; Delegate to Liberal Arts Symposium at Lynchburg, Virginia 3; Men ' s In- terdormitory Council 4; Student Council 4; Constitution and Ho- nor System Revision Committee 4; Chapel Committee 4; Lyceum Committee 4; Colonnades 3,4; French Club 2; Canterbury Club 4; Maroon and Gold, Assistant Editor 3; Choir 1,2,3,4, Vice-Presi- dent 3,4; Organ Recital. ' 3,4; Piano Recitals 2,3,4; Intramurals 2,3,4; Organist at Hocutt Memorial Baptist Church 1,2,3,4. ROLAND LEE MILLER 66620 Juniper Road Lakeville, Indiana Physical Education Physical Education Majors ' Club 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Track FLONNIE ANN MOIZE 507 Whitsett Street Gibsonville, North Carolina Business Education Pi Kappa Tau, Secretary 2,3; Beta Chi Epsilon 1,2; Day Students ' Organization 1; Intramui-als 1,2. JAMES MOORE 131-B Watson Drive Turtle Creek, Pennsylvania Physical Education 1 THOMAS WILLIAM MORNINGSTAR, JR. 1114 Ash Street South Boston, Virginia Physical Education Kappa Psi Nu 3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4, Co-Captain 3,4; May Day Representative 2; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Physical Education Majors ' Club 2,3,4; Orientation Committee 2. ADA HERNANDEZ MULLIS 306-C Veterans Apartments Elon College, North Carolina Home Economics Delta Upsilon Kappa 2,3,4; Dance Committee 1,2; W.A.A.; Home Economics Club; Choir 1,2. :lass CORA GERALENE MURRAY Route 1 Hillsboro, North Carolina Business Education Beta Omicron Beta 2,3,4, Vice-President 3; N.E.A., Treasurer OCIE ERASER MURRAY Box 62 Virgilina, Virginia History and Business Administration Sigma Mu Sigma, Sergeant at Arms 3,4; Chief Defense Attorney for Honor Council; Ionian Society; Business Administration Club; Intramurals; Men ' s Interdormitory Council. BILLY NORMAN NOBLES Route 1, Box 91 Chadbourn, North Carolina Physical Education HUGH BERNARD O ' HARA 904 Park Avenue Falls Church, Virginia Business Administration Sigma Phi Beta 1,2,3,4, Parliamentarian 2, Vice-President 3, Presi- dent 4; S.G.A. Treasurer 4; Men ' s Interdormitory Council 3,4, Secretary 3; Senate Sergeant at Arms 4; Busmess Club 3,4, Vice-President 3; Maroon and Gold 4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Food Committee Chairman 3; May Day Nominating Committee 3; Grad- uation Marshal 3. t - EDNA YORKE OKEY 104 Albright Avenue Graham, North Carolina Elementary Education N.E.A.; Ionian Society. BRUCE DAVID OLSON 365 Whitehall Northlake, Illinois Physical Education Baseball 1; Baseball Manager 3,4; Physical Education Majors ' WTLBERT E. PASCHAL Route 1 Reidsville, North Carolina Business Administration CHARLES G. PASKA, JR. 5021 S. 25th Street Arlington, Virginia Business Administration Sigma Mu Sigma 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 4, National Historian 4; Stu- dent Council 3; Board of Elections 2,3; Parking Committee Chair- man 3; Business Club 4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Freshman Dance Committee 1. SENIOR ERVINE BROWN PERDUE Route 1 Brown Summit, North Carolina Business Education Beta Chi Epsilon 1; Business Club 3,4. THOMAS PHILIP PICCININNI 3806 24th Street L.I.C. 1, New York Physical Education Iota Tau Kappa 3,4; Physical Education Majors ' Club ball 3,4. KENNETH WAYNE PRUITT Route 2 Ruffin, North Carolina English Alpha Pi Delta 2,3,4, Vice-President 4, Sports Chairman 3, Social Chairman 4; Pan-Hellenic Council 4, Vice-President 4; Senate 4; Entertainment Committee Chairman 4; Class President 4; N.E.A. 4, President 4; German Club 2,3; Maroon and Gold 4; Choir 2,3; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Men ' s Interdormitory Council 3; Campus Mail- man 1,2,3,4. MANLY ANDREWS RAY, JR. 113 Trail 1, Grove Park Burlington, North Carolina Business Administration JOHN ROSS REED 114 Rodgers Road Fairfax, Virginia History Alpha Pi Delta 1,2,3,4, Chaplain 1, President 4; Pi Gamma Mu 3,4, Secretary; Chief Prosecutor of Honor Council 4; Order of the Oak 3; Intamurals 1,2,3,4. THOMAS LEE RICE 916 Bellevue Street Burlington, North Carolina Business Administration Business Club 3,4, President 4. POLLY ANN ROACH Route 3 Axton, Virginia History W.A.A. 1,2; N.E.A. 3,4; Ionian Society 3,4. PAUL BRINCKERHOFF ROBINSON 300 Sunnieholme Drive Fairfield, Connecticut Philosophy Food Committee Chairman 2; Radio Team Chairman 3,4; Orient- ation Committee 2; Fire Department Volunteer 1,2,3,4. CLASS HAROLD LANCE ROGERS Route 1 Snow Camp, North Carolina Mathematics Sigma Mu Sigma, Secretary 3; Mathematics Club 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. TOMMY SHELLY RUSS Shallotte North Carolina Biology Sigma Mu Sigma 1,2,3,4- Student Council 3; Men ' s Interdormitory Council 3; Honor Council 4; German Club 2; Who ' s Who Selection Committee 3; Who ' s Who Study Committee 3. 1 WALLACE CELUS SAWYER 6 Worden Place Portsmouth, Virginia Physics Sigma Mu Sigma 2,3,4; Historian 3; Dance Committee Chairman; En- tertainment Committee Chairman; Phi Psi Cli Business Manager 3; Track 1,2; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Men ' s Interdormitory Council. LARRY EVAN SCHUCKER Route 2 Chesapeake, Virginia Mathematics Physics Sigma Mu Sigma 2,3,4; Historian 3; Vice-President of Class; Math Club; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Senator 3. •1 PHILIF ' MOVER SECRIST, JR. Route 2, Box 16 Elkton, Virginia Physical Education Football 1; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Physical Education Majors ' Club 2,3.4; Committee Chairman 3,4; Co-Rec Carnival Committee Chair- man 2,3; N.C.A.H.P.E.R. 2.3,4. DAVID JOHN SEIDENSPINNER 342 Lakeshore Drive Massapequa Park, L.I., New York History Sigma Phi Beta 2,3,4; Ionian Society 3,4; Track 1; Physical Edu- cation Majors ' Club 1,2. ALICE IVEY SEIFERT 205 West Kime Street Burlington, North Carolina Religious Education Baptist Student Union LILLIAN MAE SHARPE Box 93, Route 2 Cedar Grove. North Carolina Business Education Chi Epsilon 1; Business Club 4, Treasurer 4. ■ %,: SENIOR HERBERT WILLIAM SINER, JR. 305-C Veterans Apartments Elon College, North Carolina Business Administration Iota Tau Kappa, Treasurer 3, President 4; Pan-Hellenic Counci 3; Planning Committee 2. GLENNA TEER SMITH 2423 Edgewood Avenue Burlington, North Carolina Elementary Education N.E.A.; Order of the Oak; Ionian Society LAMAR K. SMITH, JR. 315 Rose Street Rocky Mount, North Carolina Physical Education Physical Education Majors ' Club; Basketball 2,3,4. CAROL PATRICIA SPANGLER 10212 Brookmoor Drive Silver Spring, Maryland English and Education Tau Zeta Phi 2,3,4; Senate 1,3; Class Secretary 2; Elon Players 2; Phi Psi Cli Copy Editor 2,3,4; Colonnades Poetry Editor 3,4; Intramurals; NSSGA; SSL; Graduation Marshal 3; Committees: Development 3, Food 2, Handbook 2, Liberal Arts 3, Dance 2, Homecoming 2, Community Relations 2, Fi-eshman Board of Con- rol2. LYDIA FREEZE SPITLER Route 4 S?.nford, North Carolina Home Economics N.E.A.; W.A.A.- Transfer from U.N.C. at Greensboro. GARY EUGENE STEELE 515 East Willowbrook Drive Burlington, North Carolina Business Administration and Pre-Law V DURWARD TURRENTINE STOKES 5 Court Square Graham, North Carolina History Pi Gamma Mu; Ionian Society. LINDA MICHAEL STRATTON 822 North Mebane Street Burlington, North Carolina Mathematics LASS CHARLIE HARVIE STRIGO Route 1 Mebane, North Carolina Physical Education ALLEN PAUL STROHM 141 East Holt Street Burlington, North Carolina Mathematics and Physics WILLIE KNOX TART 201 South General Lee Avenue Dunn, North Carolina Physical Education and Business Administration Football 1,2,3,4, Tri-Captain 4; Track 1,2,3,4; Iota Tau Kappa; E-Men ' s Club. RICHARD LEWIS THOMPSON Route 1 Macon, North Carolina Physical Education Sigma Phi Beta; Physical Education Majors ' Club; Transfer from Chowan Junior College. CAROL ANN TRAGESER Route 2. Box 95 Arnold, Maiyland Enp:lish and Spanish Tau Zeta Phi 1,2,3,4; Alpha Psi Omega 1,2,3,4, Secretary-Treasurer 4; Senate 1,2,4; Campus Crier Editor 3,4; Publicity Committee Chairman 3; Entertainment Committee 2; Orientation Committee 2,4; Student Affairs Committee 2,3; Constitution Committee 1; Elon Players 1,2,3,4, Secretary-Treasurer 3; Pan-Hellenic Council 4; Phi Psi Cli 2,3,4; Maroon and Gold; Colonnades; Cheerleader 2,3,4; Order of the Oak 3,4; NSSGA 1,2,3,4; SSL 3; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities 3; Drama Awards: " Eppies " !,2,3, Strader Award 3; SGA Award 3; Homecoming Sponsor 2,3. DORIS ANN MORRIS TYNDALL Route 1, Box 69 Stanardsville, Virginia Religious Education and Philosophy JAMES WATSON, JR. 416 South Maple Street Graham, North Carolina Mathematics WILLIAM ROBERT WICKER 28 Katherine Place Asheville, North Carolina Physics and Mathematics SENIOR LEE MARTIN VAUGHN 828 S.W. 19th Street Fort Lauderdale, Florida Business Administration Alpha Pi Delta. TERRY WILEY VINING 705 Rivers Avenue Charleston, South Carolina Mathematics Sigma Phi Beta. WILLIAM CARLTON WILBURN 323 Caswell Street Burlington, North Carolina English Sigma Phi Beta 2,3,4, Parliamentarian 3; Day Students ' Organi- zation 2, Treasurer 2; French Club murals 1,2,3,4. Marc and Gold 3; Intra - EDGAR DAVIS WILLIAMS 411 Clay Street Franklin, Virginia History Alpha Pi Delta, Secretary 3,4; Board of Elections Committee; Ionian Society; N.E.A.; Intramurals. BRENDA JOY WOODWARD East Berkshire Vermont Elementary Education Beta OmicTon Beta, Vice-President 4; Pan-Hellenic Council 2; Women ' s Interdormitory Council 2,3, Vice-President 3, Secretary 2; N.E.A. 3,4; W.A.A.: Phi Psi Cli. GEORGE W. WOOTEN 123 Bluebird Drive Virginia Beach, Virginia Mathematics :lass GENE WHITE WRENN 144 Tarleton Avenue Burlington, North Carolina Business Administration Business Club; Golf Team IDA CAROLYN WRIGHT 513 Alamance Road Burlington, North Carolina Home Economics J - ' fiii u— u- JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Left to Right: Fred Stephenson, Pres., Gay Yule, Sec, Ronn Hodkinson, Vice Pres. JUNIOR CLASS SENATORS: Back Row: Judson Bryant, Joe Cote. Front: Stanley Switzer, Sally McDuffie, Mike Morris. Aaron, Margaret Ann BurlinBton. N. C. Agree. Norman Dillon 207 MorKar Street Spray. N. C. Andes, David Alfred Mebane. N. C. ROW 2 Andrew, Howard Lee Route 1 Snow Camp, N. C. Baer, Albert Gottlieb, Ji 135 Ohio Avenue West Springfield, Mass. Bass. Jewelle Adele Star Route South Boston, Va. Beals. . llen Mason. Jr. Roxboro. N. C. ROW 3 Boyle. Carole Ann 4701 Kenmore Ave. Alexandria. Va. Branson, H. Jesse Route 2 Snow Camp, N. C. Bringle, Alice Maxine 1023 Summit Ave. Reidsville, N. C. Bromirski. Adrian C. 1115 N. Stiles Street Linden, N. J. Brooks, Larry John 1202 Ellis Road Durham, N. C. Brown, Lynwood Jesse. Route 2. Box 201 Hillsboro. N. C. Bryant. Judson Dwight Bulla. Larry Lloyd 505 Worth Street Asheboro. N. C. utler. Na 69 Elm Street Tariffville, Conn. Cates. Gerald Lee 1464 Kennedy Road Tifton. Georgia Charles, Joe Route 2 Bennett, N. C. Cheek, Paul Phillip 206-A Vets Apts. Elon College. N. C. Chilton, Ruth Ann Route 1 Reidsville, N. C. Clark. Lydia Marie Front St. Swe N. C. ROW 6 Clinton, Dennis Corr 19 Ronald Drive Waterbury, Conn. Cook, Alex Lewis 813 Fontaine St. Franklin, Va. Corbitt. Thomas Savage 305 Second St. Pocomoke, Maryland Cote, Joseph Anthony 22 Prospect Street Fall River, Mass. Cowall, Lindsay WilUon Box 79 Elon College, N. C. Cox. Gordon Henderson 2665 Reynolds Drive Winston Salem. N. C. Coi. Terry Clark Crook. John San 4402 Ambler Dri Kensington. Mar Suffolk. Va. Davis. Arthur Morri 416 Charlotte St. Roanoke Rapids. N. Grabenstetter, Louise Elizabeth 2220 Young Street Gunkel. Richard Ju Denhart. Ronald Edward Route 1. Huffman .Mill Rd. Burlington, N. C. Dover. Brenda Gayle 412 Trail 2, Grove Park Burlington. N. C. Ellington. Irma Katherine Route 3 Box 7I-C Henderson. N. C. Farnsworth. Michael Peter 705 Devon Road Richmond. Va. George. L. Lorr 154S E. 35 Stre Brooklyn 34. N. Gillespie, James Woodn 121.1 Warwick I Burlington. N. Gilliam. James 306 Trail 1 Burlington. N. ( Gwaltney. Cecil Ward. Jr 328 Grace Street Smithfield. Va. Hairfield. Moir Griggs Harper. Kenneth Leon Box 1424, Vets Apts. Elon College. N. C. Elon College, N. C. ROW 6 Harrison. William 1 609 N. Main St. Graham. N. C. Hodkinson. Ronald Charlton Nun Str Elon College. N. C. Howell, Joyce Anne 519 Jones Street Suffolk, Va. iughes, Edgar Reid ioute 2 3urlinBton, North Carolil Jeffreys. Sandra Kay •fennings. Hazel Ann 2308 Greenwood Drive iPortsmouth, Virginia Johnson. Pamela Su 421 Mosby Street Manasses. Virginia Jones, Judy Carolyn 706 West 2nd Aveni Franklin. Virginia 4232 Opacoka Drive Falls Church. Va. Manass, Billy Robert fr North Carolil A ROW 5 Marvin, Robert Lewis Center Road Woodbridge, Connectici Massey. William Smith Shaklefords. Virginia 106 N. Morgan Street Roxboro. North Carolina McAdams. Charles Rankii 401 East Forest Mebane, N. C. Kelley, Dan Marion 243 Smith Avenue Darlington, South Carolil Lane, Reita Kay Route 3 Snow Camp, N. C. Lee, Joe Glenn 128 S. 2nd Street Smithfield, North C Mebane, N. C. McCann, Lucia-Lee McDuffie, Sa Oliver Sanford Miller. Richard LewU P. O. Box G35 Elon College. N. C. Mitchell. Ruth Lea 2455 Edgewood Avenue Burlington. N. C. Mizelle. Ralph Carroll 121 Turlington Road Suffolk. Virginia Monger. Carroll Wayne Morbell, Patricia Ann 9. Morris. Michael A. Box 374 Uncasville. Conn. Marray, Mickey Kay Route 1. Box 204 Elon College. N. C. Nichols. John Cowan 429 New River Drive Jacksonville. N. C. Parsley. BeUey Ann 203-C Vets Apts. Elon College, N. C. Phipps. Russell Allen 519 Bromfield Avenue Bayfield, Virginia PitUrd, Hal Kempto Popowski. Carole Ann Leaksville. N. C. Prnitt. Richard Boyd Route 1, Box 323 Pelham. N. C. Rice. William Madisor 2898 Monticello Dr Roberts, Hugh Livingston 128 Carolina Street Asheboro, N. C. Rohrs. Andrew Fred 260 Main Street South Deerfield, Mass. eth R. ROW 5 Rove re, 702 Route 23 Wayne, New Jersey Ryerson, Joya Box 801 Litchfield, Conn. Sandbank, Viette Patricia 2923 S. Columbus Street Arlington, Virginia Sandefer, Kathryn Horsley 905 Somerset Drive Charleston 2, West Va. Sanders, Ann B. Pageland. S. C. Benjamin David, Jr 712 Berry Street Falls Church, Virginia Seale, Dan Calloway, 1 Early Drive Portsmouth, Virginia Self. James Lee 2120 Joyce Court Broadway, Virginia Shannon. Judith Dii Route 1, Box 342 Melvin Lankford. Jr Nelsonia, Va. Sinclair. J. Lowry, III glgUggl Burlington. N. C. Weber. George Waldorf. Marylanc Weid. Diana Mari West Robert Shaw 2805 Fairview Rd. Durham, N. C. Stephenson. Frederick James 3 Danecroft Ave. Graham, N. C. Stewart. Fred 1 Strader. Betty Lou Lugoff. S. C. Stanley Oakley Cowpens, S. C. Thomas. Lowell Lawrence 332 W. Kivett Street Asheboro. N. C. Burlington. N. C. Thompson. Jerry Beck ROW 5 Wilder. William Newton Box 1120. Vets Apts. 202-A Elon College, N. C. Williams. Brenda Sue 21 Salisbury Pittsboro, N. C. Woodward. Albert Rodman 2600 Ferris Road Wilmington 5, Delaware Woolard. Judith Diane Route 2. Box 684 Washington. N. C. Wright. Betsy Anne Route 3. Box 76 Mebane. N. C. Faye ROW York, I Route Liberty. N. C Yule. Gay Ann 528 S. Marion Street Bluffton. Indiana Zimmerman. Richard Paul 4S6 Easton Road Glenside, Pa. s o p H O M O R E CLASS OFFICERS Vice Pres.— Denny Parker, Sec.-Treas.— Marty Simpson, Pres.— Mike Herbert 2 «bil Hpi ' felA . k ' w iR li lwm c L A S s CLASS SENATORS Linda Johnson, Rik Turner, Chip Saunders, Harry Holway ROW 1 Anderson, Tommy Route 3 Chatham. Virginia Apple, Elaine 409 Union Avenue Burlington, N. C. Augustine, Stephani 535 Clark Street Westfield. New Jei-s Avila, Charles Church Street Chester. Vermont Bailey. Bill Route 1 Graham, N. C. ROW 2 Becker, 619 Har Elon College, N. C. Benson, Mary 6805 Aurora Drive Va. Beach, Va. Best, Mike 601 Pin Oak Rd. Sevema Park, Maryland Blair, Dave 28 S. Stuyvesant Drive Wilmington 9, Del. Blanchard, Sonny 118 Dogwood Drive Burlington, N. C. Booe, Kathryn Route 2 Elon College ROW 3 Boone, Stan 3921 Nottaway Durham, N. C, Boyd, Roy 3629 Hard Charlotte, N. C. Bradham, Bill 120 Hendrie A Riverside, Con Brandon, Mrs. i £i Dov W. Da Burlington, N. C. Brandt, Roy 12 Margate Rd. Lutherville, Maryland Broadway, Zack Box 214 Liberty. N. C. Brooks, Dennis B04 E. Davis Street Burlington, N. C. ROW 4 Brown, Kaaren Route 1 Elon College 4 Fairway Drive Portsmouth, Virginia Burnette, Alex Buffalo Junction, Va. Burtsche, John S. Hattie Ave. Greenville, Rhode Island Cahoon. John 2418 Perkins Rd. Durham, N. C. Caines, Philip Route 2 Bolton, N. C. Cameron, Jerry Route 4 Sanford, N. C. 3 .w ROW 5 Campbell, Willa 202 Lee Drive Burlington, N. C. Claxton, Helen 4448 Burlington PL, Washington. D. C. Clohan, Bob 112 Heather Lane Falls Church. Va. Cobb, Eileen Box 276 Amherst. Virginia Cobb, Ranald 512 Sellars Mill Rd. Coghill, Pete 2300 Garfield . Wilmington, D ROW 6 Conally, Tommy 123 S. Mebane St. Burlington, N. C. Coolidge, Mary Church St. Amston, Conn. Cox, George 7531 Yellowstone Di Alexandria, Va. Crabtree, Scott 3000 Sparger Rd. Durham, N. C. Crooks, Roger Route 1 Uncasville, Conn. Crutchfield, Becky Box 326 Swepsonville. N. C. Daniel Nancy Jo 432 Clark Street Henderson, N. C. ROW 7 Darden, Charles 1200 River Rd. Suffolk. Va. 515 S. s ' rd. St. Sanford. N. C. Dean. David 138 Summit Ave. Elkton. Virginia DeLowery, Richard 456 Garden City Dr. Monroeville, Pa. Route 2 Roxboro, N. C. Doughty, Linda 129 Guernsey Dr. Franklin, Va. Edwards, Wally Box 421 Spring Hope, N. C. ROW 8 Everett, Charles 1121 W. Wakefield Dr. Apt. A-1 verett, Nancy jffolk, Va. aw, Kenneth Candler. N. C. Fiorito, Jeanne Route 8, Box 71 Greensboro, N. C. Fisher, John 40 Cax-ver Terrace Yonkers 7. New York Fonville, Don 119 Friendly Rd. Burlington, N. C. ROW 9 Fowler, Oscar Route 1, Box 90 Franks, N. R. Box 302 Elon College, N. C. Fritz, Luther 1751 Lexington Rd. Asheboro. N. C. Gamble, Jennifer 905 Oakland Street Hendersonville.N. C. Garner. Stephen H. 3033 Maple Ave. Ext. Burlington. N. C. Gates, Anna Frances 516 S. Morgan Street Roxboro, N. George. Ronald Star Route Chatham. Va. KOW 1 Gibson, Dwight Pine Hall. N. C. Giesler. Doug 1004 Florida Ave. Bristol, Tenn. Gordon, Ann 609 W. Front St. Burlington, N. C. Graham, Jimmy 604 Minturn Ave. Hamlet. N. C. Griffin, Mike 2016 S. Mebane St. Burlington, N. C. Griffin, Sarah K. E-38 Moore Apts. Burlington, N. C. Guyton, Amanda Glen Raven, N. C. KOW 2 Haffey, Marian 109 Greenwood St. New Britain. Conn Hair, Wes 1010 1010 E. Willowbrook Dr Burlington, N. C. Hall, Margaret St. Lanett. Alabama Hancock, Diane 3301 Matoka Rd. Hampton, Va. Hancock, Gwen 208 Randolph St. Fairfax, Va. Harrell, Tom Route 1, Box 633 Suffolk, Va. Harney, Jo 407 W. 7th Ave. Lexington, N. C. Harward, Becky 3826 Tremont Dr. Durham, N. C. Hege, Diane 2855 S. Maine St. Winston Salem, N Hendrix, Mike Route 3 Winston Salem, N Poi-tsmouth, Va ROW 4 Hill, Betty Route 2, Box 143 Bennett, N. C. Hillers, Judy 10210 Ridgemoor I Silver Springs. Me Greenvillage, New Je HoUiman, Lindaey 615 Providence Rd. Graham, N. C. Holway, Harry S. Main St. Centerville. Mass. Howie, Dennis 1242 Circle Dr. Baltimore 27, Maryla Hudson, Richard 507 Holly Oak Rd. Wilmington. Del, ROW 5 Huffines, Ellen Box 266 Gibsonville, N. C Hutson, Garth Whitsett. N. C. Jeffery, Tom 6209 N. Trenholn P f) Colu S. C. Jennette, Waiton 1159 North Road St. Elizabeth City, N. C. Johnston, Linda 26 Park Lane Road Fairfax, Va. Jones. Eddie 1715 Woodland Ave. Burlington, N. 0. Joyce, Donald Hampton, Va. Keeton, Carylon 736 Harrison St. Petersburg, Va. Keith. Carol 832 Crescent Dr. Reidsville, N. C. Kent, Evelyn 27 Crestview St. Granite Falls, N. Burlington, N. C. Kimbro, Kay 210 N. Sixth St. Mebane, N. C. Kirshner, Brenda Seymore Rd. Woodbridge, Conn ROW 7 Kraycirik, Richard Route 4 Green Acres Burlington, N. C. Kurrle, Chris Box 368, Route 1 Serverna, Maryland Ladd, Philip 560 Murdock Ave. Meridan, Conn. Lambeth, Jack 202 Markham St. Burlington, N. C. Laufer, Paulette 14830 S. River Dr. Miami, Florida Lawson. John R.F.D. 4 Martinsville, Va. Layton, David 413 Rocky Knoll Rd. " " 9 ,. f F p o ft - p N. C. Lewis, Bobby 4234 Reidsville Rd. Winston Salem, N. C. Loy, Diana Macey, Bill Box 77, Route 1 Chester, Vermont Mangum, Kent 109 Ea-st Lakeside Dr. Fuquay Springs, N. C, 702 Lexington Ave. McDowell, Nancy 17 Hillside Rd. Newark, Del. McGee, A. W. Route 2, Box 396-A Rockingham, N. C. McLauchlin, Pam 405 Manning Ave. Elon College. N. C. Mitchell, Alice Q ALLLL 116 Duke Drive Portsmouth, Va. Shields, Comar 603 Country Club Burlinfttoh. N. C. Shoftner. Mike Elon College, N. C Shull, Grame 1943 Harris Rd. Charlotte, N. C. Simpson. Marty 105 Chestnut Manchester, Conn. Smith, Sharon ,5917 Whiteman Av Worth 16, Texa 519 Woodsedge Rd. Windsor, Va. Steele. Linda 515 E. Willowbrook Burlington, N. C. Swift, Vickie Route 1 Elon College, N. C. Tarleton, Gail 9509 Fern Place Annandale, Va. Tedder. Martha Route 4 Asheboro. N. 0. ROW 7 Thompson, David 106 Watson St. Torreyson, Kyle Box 98 Whitsett, N. C. Turner. Rik 107 Constitution Portsmouth, Va. Wade, Jim Bo.x 372 Hillsboro, N. C. Wagoner. Denny Box 456, Route 1 Elon College, N. ROW 8 Warren. Randy 312 West R. R. Selma, N. C. Watkins. James Stoneville, N. C. Webster. Becky Weeks. Julie 4926 Bower Rd. Roanoke, Va. Welch, Deetz 600 Virginia St. Kingstree, S. C. West, Ed ROW 9 Williams, Harold 1500 Bowden Ave. Williams, Rebecca 701 E. Morehead St. Burlington, N. C. Wooten. Kinny 2901 St. Mihiel Ave. Norfolk, Va. Wootten, Patricia Box 212 Clarksville, Va. Wyrick. Diane Route 1 Elon College, N. C. Yoho, Helen 2522 Sevier St. Durham, N. C. Freshman Class Officers: Stocks Yasinski, secretary; Don King, president; Teeny Folgenian, vice president. Freshman Class Senators: Cherry Lana, Wayne Smart, David Dowdy, Johr Nicks, and Jessie Weaver. c V K S ROW I Aaronson, Michael J. 150-08 61 Road Flushing. New York Ahalt, Laura L. 728 Westland Drive Greensboro. North Carolii Allen, Reginald R. 116 Blenwood Avenue Burlington. N. C. Amick. John 0. 2124 W. Front Street Burlington, N. C. Anderson, Emily 75 Lanvale Avenue Asheville, N. C. Apple. Donna V. Route 1, Box 43 Gibsonville, N. C. Askew, Charles L. Route 7, Box 172-B Chesapeake, Virginia Mt. Airy. N. C. Bagdell, Charles R. Eclipse, Virginia Barfield, Rodney D. 915 Str Fayetteville, N. C. Barker, William F. Route 1, Box 198 Mt. Holly, N. C. Barnes, Edward C. Reedsville, N. C. Holland, Virginia Barts, Ronald L. 120 E. Ruffin Street Burlington, North Carolii ROW 3 Bason, Patricia P. 941 S. Church Street Burlington, North Carolii Bass. Thomas L. 3529 Brinway Drive Dravosburg, Penn. Bateman, Donald R. 1942 Hilldale Drive Burlington, N. C. Bennett, John T. 1.30 Ennis Street Fuquay Springs N. C. Route 1. Box 263 Ocean Drive, S. C. Bergman. Donald A. 311 Estes Drive Chapel Hill. N. C. Bergman. Sandra J. R.F.D. 4. Skyline Terrace Uncasville. Conn. lEMii Liberty. N. C. Burke. Thomas W. 102-E Vets Apts.. Box BOl Elon College. N. C. Ker II. Ja N. C. 711 East Davis St. Burlington. N. C. Billings, Johnny I. Route 9, Box 3 Lexington, N. C. Blackwell, Linda G. 107 Highland Avenu Burlington, N. C. Bodenhamer, Harold Route 6 Winston Salem, N. ( Boone, Myra E. Boroody, Cha ROW 1 ColUns. Melinda C. 308 E. Fifth St. BurlinBton. N. C. Comer. Grace E. Route 2. Box 214 Seagrove. N. .C Cooper, Gary W. 1943 McKinney Street Burlington. N. C. Corbitt. John E. 436 Union Street Bluefield, W. Va. Coward. Brenda Box 452 Liberty. N. C. Crem. Kent 302 Vintage Ave. Winston-Salem. N. C. Costner. Jessie I. Box 609 Kalon Drive ROW 2 Cartis. Susan D 337 Oxford Ave Elyria, Ohio Daniel. Rita An Rout. Box :ford. North Danieley. Route 1 Haw N. C. 5 Caldwell Road Bloomfield. Connecticut Dillard. Gerald - Route 1. Box 43 Car}-, North Carolina Dodge. Harold W. 213 N. River Drive Chesapeake. Virginia Donaghy, Joan C. 3445 N. Edison Street Arlington, Virginia ROW 3 Dorst, Patricia J. 217 Pacific Street Massapequa Park. N. Dowdy. David G. Fourth Street. Trailer Lot 17 Spring Lake. N. C. Drinkwater. Leroy E. 94 Cypress Street Manchester, N. H. Duncan, Moncure 218 South Fairfax Sti Alexandria. Virginia Dunn. Donna Ray 108 Glenwood Avenue Burlington. N. C. Dunn, Edgar L. 1722 Malone Road Burlington. N. C. Durham. Robert L. 322 Harden Street Burlii N. C. Graham. North Carolii Eddinger. Gay N. Route 1, Box 257 P. O. Box N. C. Edwards, Linda G. Bremo Bluff. Virginia Elder. Laura G. 110 Glendale Avenue Burlington, North Carolii Ellington, Elizabeth R. Box 7S-A, Route 1 Manson, North Carolina 4 41 L -1 L l L £, 44 4 L L li 4 H. M ROW 5 Ellixon, Kay F. Virgilina. Virgil Ferrell, Dora S. Route 3, Box 65 Raleigh, N. C. Ferrell, Robert 1 Fogleman, Virginia M. John Street Henderson, N. C. ROW 6 Fuller, Daniel 1 307 Kale Road redrick Pla Falls Church, Va. Gammon, Emmett H. Route 1 Woodsdale, N. C. Garner, Billy R, 3033 Maple Avenue Ext. Burlington. N. C. Garner. Larry B. 1612 Cotton Gn Lexington. N. ( Garrison. Linwi 304 Red Point Smithfield. Vin Gerry, Stuart Rd. ROW 7 George. Billye V. Box 53. Route 5 Chatham, Virginia Gerringer, Gwendoly. Route 2, Box 8 Brown Summit, N. C Gifford, Thomas C. 1923 Bayview Blvd Norfolk. Virginia Gilliam, Luthe P. O. 66 Virginia Greeson, Bingham G. 411 Shadowbrook Drivi Burlington, N. C. Gregory, Robert L. 117 Blake Road Norfolk. Va. Griffin, Sammy Kaye 712 Tucker Street Burlington, N. C. ROW 8 Groh, Alan H. 3215 Rittenhouse St.. I Washington, 15 D.O. Guthrie, Jane N. Route 1. Box 198 Nathalie. Virginia Haizlip. Julius E. Church Street Altamahaw. North Cai Hamilton. Gary E. P. O. Box 217 Lakeville, Indiana Hammock. Dolores Yvonne Route 1. Gibson Road Mebane, N. C. Haynes, Linda E. Route 2. Box 191 Leaksville, N. C. Edgar F. Pie N. C. LL M EA 1,1. k 4 Sttt 4 P p £ ' A 1.1 Jl £ £ li ROW 5 Knapp. Gary R. 838 Monio€ Avenue Elizabeth, N. J. Krejci. Kathleen V. 1717 Powell ' s Point Bayside, Virginia Baltimore, Maryland Lam, Sherry B. 603 N. Forrest Arlington Heights. II Lamm, Janet D. 507 W. Davis Street Burlington, N. C. Lee, Gregg C. 403 Dove Circle Vienna. Virginia Lee, Patricia N. 2006 Duke Road ROW 6 Leffers, Carol E. 1502 Fa irfax Road Durham , N. C. Leister, Margaret A. 1305 Pr. ovidence Road Towson, Maryland Lewis, Dace A. N. C. Little, Jo 2529 Deepwood Dr Wilmington, Delav Long, Calder W. Box 1356 Burlington, N. C. Long, Linwood M. 207 Morgan Street Roxboro, N. C. ROW 7 Longest, John P. 423 N. Main Street Graham. N. C. Lomax, William L. 15113 Rosecroft Road Rockville, Maryland Lucas, Jonathan 1211 Sutton Drive Kinston, N. C. McCauley, Ellen A. 140 Park Place Pine Bluff. Arkansas McDaniel, Margaret P. Road Cle Fla McDonald, Ernest O. 215 N. Marlboro McColl, South Carolir Mclntyre, Phyllis Route 1, Box 700 McLeansville, N. C. ROW 8 McKee. Johi n E. South Point Road Belmont, N. C. McNair, Nancy L. 26 Dorset D Kenilworth, N. J. McPherson, Ellen 709 Sideviev v Stree Graham. N. C. McPherson, Hilda McPherson, Linda Ruth Magrini, Rita E. 413 W. Gilbreath Street Graham. N. C. id, Californ ridgeville. Delawan Route 1. Box 204 Elon College. N. C Nelson, John C. Nichols. Kenneth D. 2445 California St.. N.W. Washington 8. D. C. Oliver. Alexander W. 515 N. Broad Street Suffolk. Virginia £ P F © 6 S.A. .A §. . p i»f ,i ROW 5 Paige. Judith C. 36 Merritt Road Riverside, R. I. Parrott. Carl M. Route 1 Oxford. N. C. Pattishall. Jane F. Box 282 Lil ert.v. N. C. Payne, Boyd V. 202 N. Aiken Street Fuquay Springs. N. C. Payne, Mary E, 1812 N. Inglewood Street Arlington. Va. Pearse. Thomas D. 713 Anderson Street Durham, North Carolina Phelps. Alta E. Route 1 Hillsboro, North Carolina Box 124 Alamance, N. C. Ploss, Donna M. 412 Kern Street Winchester. Virginia Pollow, Marilyn R. 711 Winhall Way Silver Springs. Maryla Porter, Sylvia G. Route 5 Sanford, N, C, Potter, Fay E. 1861 N. River Rd. St. Clair. Mich. Privott. Sandra F. Route 2. Box 460 Suffolk. Virginia ROW 7 Rankin. Samuel M. 7109 Providence Circle Charlotte. N. C. Rascoe. Weldon E. R.F.D. 4 Mebane. N. C. Ray. Michael A. 113 Trail 1. Grove Park Burlington, N. C. Reeves, Geneva J. Box 223 Hillsboro, N. C. Register, Phyllis A. 721 N. Church Street Burlington. N. C. Reid. Michael J, 2301 Danbury Rd. Greensboro, N. C. Reilly, William W, V. 190 Burns Street Forest Hills 76, New York ROW 8 Rich, Mary F. Route 2, Box 261 Laurinburg, North Car Rich, Thomas G. Route 1 Haw River, N. C. Richardson, Marlyn Box 282, Rt. 3 Siler City, N. C. Riddle, Judith C. Route 6 Sanford. N. C. Ridgeway, Celestial L. 918 N. Mangum Street Robin I, Henry L. Lumberton. N. C. Rodney, M, Thomas 115 W. 36th Street Wii ngton, Dela (xford. N. C. toney. Rebecca Louise tosser. Charles Eugene inderlin. Phyllis An (lawyer. Madonna Elain 106 N. Market St. [Vashington. N. C. lawyer, Wayne Clarke 13 Chesapeian Trail ' irginia Beach, Va. Rou 363 ialeigh. N. C. iharpe, Patrici harpe. Rebecca Louise Barker Rd. Jreensboro, N. C. jhreve. Cathy Jeanene oute 4, Box 92 Seidsville, N. C. Sink. Terry Wayne Houte 5, Fox Meadow Lane Winston Salem, N. C. JOW 3 Smart. Dennis Wayne J.F.D. 2 irgilina, Virginia smith, Larry Curtis loute 7 Surlington. N. C. Smoke. Emilie Joan .403 Huntington Crescei iTorfolk. Va. ionovick, Roy Daniel 129 Big Oak Road klorrisville, Penn. ' Charles Tillman. Jr. 800 Chamberlain Street outh Boston, Va. Speight. Charles David 09 Pennsylvania Ave. Suffolk, Va. Spencer. Sue Beeson loute 9, Box 404 Hreensboro. N. C. ROW 4 Stegall. Mary Anne i22 Rowland Street lenderson. N. C. Stiers, Gwendolyn Kay leidsville. N. C. Such. Richard Stanley 123 Charlotte Avenue Sanford, N. C. Sullivan. Judith Ann 116 Vista Drive =■8113 Church, Va. Sumner. Jeanette Faye 1808 Oak Grove Avenue Jreensboro, N. C. Sutcliffe. Diane Lee 16 N. Pelham Ave. jongport. New Jersey retley, Curtis Lyn if Stoneville, North Caro Thomas. Dorlo J. Route 7, Box 302 Sanford, North Carolil Thomas. Peggy E. P. O. Box 363 Elon College, N. C. Thompson, Linda Route Gr! N. C. Tickle, Terr. Bethel Church Road Gibsonville, N. C. Trogdon. Georgette E. Route 1. County Farm 1 Varner. Marsha 1511 Clover Cre Reidsville. N. C ROW 6 Wade. Thomas C. 110 E. Union Street Hillsboro, N. C. Ward, Thomas R. 1811 Malone Road N. C. Jo An Yanceyville, N. C. Weaver Jesse L. Route 3, Box 476 Suffolk, Virginia Webb. Rachel J. Ellerbe, N. C. Webster. James K. Route 1, Box 345-A Elon College, N. C. P. O. 196 South Boston, Virginia Whicker. Larry W. Route 3 Winston Salem. N. C. White, Melba L. 208 Fourth Street Mebane, North Carolina Whitlow, Cecil N. 1007 Burch Bridge Road Burlington, N. C. Whitney. Lynne D. 129 Cascade Avenue Winston Salem, N. C. Wilber. Sue C. 4112 Wadsworth Court Annandale, Virginia Willingham. Gay L. 110 Gilmer Street Burlington, N. C. ROW 8 Wilson. Peggy G. Route 5, Box 430 Asheboro, N. C. Wilson. Phillip R. 201 Stokes Avenue McCoU, S. C. Wood. Roger E. 212 Cypress Road Por tsmouth. Va. Wrenn. Robert E. 226 W. Tryon Street Hillsboro, N. C. Yasinski. Alenia R. 7 Wall Court Springfield. Vermont Yates, Nancy C. 604 Uw- ■ - Ashboro, N. C. Yount, Marvin E, 433 Ward Street Graham. N. C. Street GREEKS Roy Boyd Soph. Jerry Cam. Soph. Alex Cook Jr. Joe Cote Thomas Harrell Soph. Dave Hosmer ALPHA PI DELTA President John Reed Vice President Dick Pruitt Secretary Davis Williams Corresponding Secretary Bert Morrison Treasurer Dave Hosmer Advisor Mr. David A. Fee XX i f ' iJt Merrily we stagger along, the men of the Alpha Pi. Things started slowly, but soon the " Duck " made things " Click. " We were all surprised when Cote took a Gamble . . . Hey, what are you drinking Davie? Must be a Collins . . . Hey, Jerry, where ' s your frat pin? . . . Sight to behold: the Prez. sipping tea in the Dean ' s office . . . Fm not going to pay those fines. Right Lip? . . . We were all proud of Cassius Boyd . . . Harris opens Ahalt T. V. Hospital . . . The Duke and the Duchess create " Alice in Won- derland " . . . Fats Harrell is placed in charge of the Metrecal Committee . . . Hey, Jeff, how ' s the harem? . . . Hey, Chuck, ridden many horses lately? . . . Lent puts out No. 1 song, " Let Me Call You Daddy " . . . Another quote: " I passed a course " — John Nelson . . . About your wife, Georg e . . . Milspar — are you going to Pen — ington . . . Another quote : " I hate women " — John Sellers . . . And still another. " I can get it at half price with 127; interest " — Jack Albertson. About that smoking report, Pipe — Pull, fellows, we ' ll get Burt out of his car. Mr. Fee mediates between Yaweh and Baal — a moment to reflect on pleasant memories, a moment to look to the future, confident that our brotherhood will always unite us. BETA OMICRON BETA Once again we sister assemble in our newly decorated sorority room thinking about homecoming honors, candy sales, and carwash . . . Sandy, want another chicken? . . . Diamonds are a girl ' s best friend, right Hobart? . . . Sing Scotch and Soda, Jewelle . . . Ann, our talent winner and Presi- dent, Hey Keck, is the keyboard calling you today . . . what a beautiful sponsor Diane made, Sally, " Sorry I ' ve got to go to lab. " . . . Have you invented a formula for staying up all night, Micky . . . Let ' s get this done now, Harriet. Barbara, have you done your Daily Studying? . . . Vicki is your garage still standing after Homecoming . . . Given any call downs lately, Martha? . . . How do you like the BOB-ITK brand, Brenda . . . what ' s the report from the Pan-Hellenic, Nancy Jo . . . Brenda Woodward, keep in touch with your sisters. Heard from Hawaii lately, Kaaron ... To our cute and bright Math major, Judy . . . Our best chocolate salesgirl, Linda Price . . . For sisterhood always. IOTA TAU KAPPA President Phil Cheek Vice President Chai ' lie Strigo Secretary Willie Tart Treasurer Bill Harding Advisor Mr. Gerald A. Wolfe LP. A new year, and some old faces back after a while . . . Agee, Piccininni, McCutcheon, Clark ... A winning Homecoming float . . . also our own football team . , . McAteer comes by at night . . . Kraycirik each day . . . The " Flaming Four " leave initiation still untamed . . . Charlie runs from tailback . . . Bell gets well . . . Tart makes every list for Greek Gods . . . What a man, I mean Maness — our all-around star . . . Hodge may never get to teach . . . Hedrick is here . . . Marty leaves the late show for a long cold walk . . . show us the Lake Placid style Marty . . . Ozzie is the right-hand man . . Siner tells us about paddles, but the hard way, what a swat! . . . Sy and his world commentary column — we went all night about 31 . . . Danny always goes home, wonder why? . . . Amos, where ' s the big date? . , . Big Gun takes the plunge Howard and McLain, how fast does hair grow? . , . Joe Glenn, the all-star — have some mustard on your hot dog, Joe? . . . Why does Barnett plant trees, he likes them . . Park, would you repeat the words of that song? . . . Don ' t stand up, it ' s just Woodruff . . . Cheek, what a president ... is the new furniture here ? . . . Conga Denhart and Purdue . . . Tom Terrific, the channel switcher ' s delight . . . The Fugitive (Bill Whitten ton during initiation) . . . Combat (getting a seat for TV) . . . The Greatest Show On Earth (looking at Calves carry that watermelon on his shoulders) . . . Tarzan Davis and a guitar ... I hear Macdonald is the IBM of history . . . Hey, Lefty, who was that TW with you ? Hose nose and eagle beak — Art . . . Bill it is nothing to worry about . . . Rocky Winfrey, send them back to the dorm . . . Let ' s make a motion; . . . Laugh and joke . . . But every brother knows that Iota Tau Kappa means brotherhood, loyalty, honesty . . . IOTA TAU KAPPA. DELTA UPSILON KAPPA Lost pledges . . . the mud at Ada ' s . . . singing in the bid Saturday . . . C ' mon kids, let ' s get those bottles . . . Whaddaya mean we ran out of bids? . . . nine of us are Homecoming Sponsors, just imagine! . . . painting the sorority room, sanding down tables . . . oops, ran out of paint ... no more money . . . yeegads, let ' s get a banquet date . . . our sweet brothers and the valentine . . . bury your smile, pledge . . . the combo at our second party . . . an almost-Miss Burlington . . . No, we aren ' t Sigma Mu ' s sisters . . . boys, you can stop kissing the pledges now . . . there ' s a rumor DU has the highest scholastic average . . . don ' t know why, I flunked 5 out of 6 courses . . . boys, I said you can stop . . . there ' s a voice off pitch when the DU ' s sing . . . boys! . . . yes, the Sigma Phis baked a cake . . . where ' d the pledges go? . . . here ' s a little song . . . ever onward, upward . . . with our goals before us. s ' bi H . --f ., B Wooten is still our All-American . . . Franks — I ' ll tell her I ' m going anyway . . . Herbie Johnson — No, my legs aren ' t sore . . . Bray — I ' ve got a blue goat instead of a red Henry now . . . Gozjack — He can afford to be choosy . . . Smithers — You ' re Tom-Tom days are finished for good . . . O ' Hara — " We really have a weak leader. " . . . Vining — I ' ll guard Jesse Branson on the Frat team . . . Crook — Let ' s shake on that . . . Berdosh — Worked hard for that E jacket . . . Dawson — Providing strong com- petition for Mr. Heavy . . . Ciamillo — Our great exterior Christmas decorator . . . Shields — Yes, Carolina won the game but I ' ll still bet on it . . . Kelly — Mr. Sportsmanship . . . Schneider — Falling from moving cars is fun . . . Crabtree — What did you say her name was? . . . Broad- way — Look how big my stomach is! . . . Brandt — What ' ya mean, it ' s your dog? . . . Masten — Two consecutive semesters is odd for me . . . Little — I ' d run a fast mile for peanuts . . . Demus Thompson — Sigma Phi ' s problem solver . . . Kempson — Watch out for Cassius ' s right . . . Bowman — A life-saver at certain times . . . Fletcher — I ' ll work ' em over in spring practice . . . Wilburn — It ' s on my sweater now . . . Clayton Johnson — Two red-haired athletes equal one All-American 1985. k. TAU ZETA PHI il A A ■hV B Carolyn W i W ancy i». - B ' ' °- P jr Wright J M Everett L °° " ' ' JF- Vui.. Griffin 1 " We are the girls so wholehearted loyal " — Loyal to each other as sisters, to our group as a sisterhood . . . " Toiling and striving, aiming so high " . . . We shall aim towards growth in spirit and purpose . . . " Working and planning with purposes royal " — Projects or parties, rush or just meeting, we are guided by purposes engraved on our hearts — " We are the girls of the Tau Zeta Phi. " — " We are a sisterhood born of endeavor " — And we shall endeavor to strengthen our sisterhood " Child of a dream, a dream from the sky " — a dream guarded by a Red and White star . . . " Hearts with hearts beating in unison ever " — Unison with each other, with our brothers . . . " We are the girls of the Tau Zeta Phi. " — whistle — RAH YETA — HEARTILY EVERYBODY!!! . . . From bid night to bye night . . . Bake sales and station- ery . . . Roman orgy . . . chopsticks . . . pop- corn . . . interior decorators at work — those lovely curtains . . . sacred animals . . . " we owe it all to Phoeboe " . . . Our Brothers — the KYN ' s . . . ain ' t they neat! . . . " We can-can- can be in the talent show — at top speed " . . . " I ' ll never smoke another Marlboro " . . . cookbooks, silver charms, sweatshirts and blazers . . . new constitution ... old tradi- tion . . . yes, we are the girls of the Tau Zeta Phi. fSandefeur gm Johnston . riH HHScSui V Carol I H Judy H B l . , 1 H Judy Lea m g KAPPA PSI NU President Jim Hamill Vice President Carroll Monger Secretary Bing Greeson Treasurer . David Dean Corresponding Secretary Jimmy Brown Advisors Mr. James P. Elder, Jr., Mr. William Guy Rich Bill Bromberg Sr. Soph. Judson Bryant W David Dean Soph. Jimmy Gillespie Jr. vl» Mike Graffeo Sr. Jim Hamill Jr. Rex Harrison Jr. Jack Lambeth Soph. Hinson Mikell Sr. f Under the leadership of Jim Hamill, otherwise known as " pigeon, " Kappa Psi Nu had another good year. This past fall, the fraternity toolc in three new members: Bing Greeson, Russ Phipps, and Bill Stiles. When Marlboro Contest came up, the KY ' s, who are notorious smokers, were well enough forti- fied to win a portable TV set, the group ' s fourth contest win. Homecoming brought the Red-Bandana men a third-place display (outhouse with a revolving commode) in addition to a lovely sponsor, our own Karen Fisher. KY also fared well in all of the intramural sports. Incidentally, was it Carroll Monger who was heard singing a hillbillie version of " Love Letters in the Sand ie " ? Perhaps this happened near West Dorm, the center of Judson Bryant ' s extracurricular activities. Have you heard that Hinson Mikell, better known as " Roadrunner, " is starring in " Have Car, Will Travel " ? His gas bill proves it, too! Speaking of cars, LaRose how is it that you ' re parking the " batmobile " near New Dorm? Tell us Blomberg are you still postponing the math in order to find time to move some honeys? Little do they realize that no one is worthy of him. Oh, and Dean — Is B still your girl? On the lighter side, we hear that Richard Zimmermann has struck it rich — he ' s giving reducing lessons to girls while slow dancing. Meanwhile, Mr. Q. P. Seale has been playing Playboy Penthouse Party Boy while Roger Bednarick has become a self-sufficient " do-it-your- self-man. " Rex, how is our egotistical football hero? Oh, and Russ, would you sing us the prettiest song that you know? Bill Stiles told us about his biology grade. Too bad it wasn ' t the same as the first letters of his favorite show, Amos and Andy. Frank Law- rence not only added spice to our frat life, but also just the right amount of sugar. This year has seen important changes in Mike Graffeo — He no longer rides ponies. Jimmy Brown received a Warning early in the year, not from the school, but from the freshman class. On the other hand, we had a more alert brother, Morningstar, who was always on the ball (Basketball, that is). Our Burlingtonites hold a special place in all our hearts: There ' s Gillispie who ' s notorious for his ability to meet rushees — where did you say you met him, Jimmy? Bing, was last seen robbing the cradle; Teen-age idol Jim Self; Would Burlington be the same without Walter Williams? and last but not least. Hypo- chondriac Jack — Is it really lovitis, Jack? Rumor ' s around that Jim Hamill is a combination Campus AU-American and an IBM machine, and I suspect it ' s true — It ' s been a smooth year and a good one for the brotherhood of Kappa Psi Nu. SIGMA MU SIGMA President Nick Ciotola Senior Vice President Larry Biddle Junior Vice President Chip Saunders Secretary Ken Harper Treasurer Skip Paska Advisors Mr. E. Roy Epperson Rev. John Graves Mr. Jon R. Wendt Splash . . . splash . . . splash . . . splash . . . splash . . . and SPLASH!!!! . . . familiar sounds in the summer, but even more familiar in the fall and winter it seems . . . ask Nick sometime ... on the heavier side of things, Larry Schucker and Skip Paska claim they have learned the intricate art of cooking . . . and eating . . . about six meals per day . . . athletically, " winning isn ' t the most important thing; it is how you play the game " . . . scholastically, brothers Hodkinson and Stephenson qualified for the Order of the Oak . . . socially, an " on the porch " cookout and other get-togethers will not be forgotten . . . memorable times for " Everybody " . . . acquisition of a home ... in the field of service, ushering at the Lyceum Series, Christmas Seal Drive, publishing of College Student Directory . . . fraternally, Miss Judi Hudson, Sigma Mu Sigma Sweet- heart . . . improved fraternal serenading . . . more brotherhood. Rodney Barfield Fres. Allen Beals SPORTS o R As another year began, the men and women of Elon assembled to test their athletic ability on the various college and intramural teams. Throughout the year a great deal of determin- ation and sportsmanship was displayed on all fields of competition which was a credit to both the athletes and college. Each team faced great disappointments and great victories, but con- tinued relentlessly to finish their seasons with a winning year. OPENING KICKOFF FOOTBALL The 1963 Elon College football squad this year came into its own. Coached by George Tucker, the gridders tied for the Carolinas Con- ference title. This year ' s team was the culmination of several years of building and hard work by all concerned. After losing their first two games by a total of two points, the " Fighting Christians " came back to defeat Guilford. This game re- vealed the gridders for their true ability. The team went on to down Appalachian, Carson-Newman, West Carolina, Newberry, and Lenoir Rhyne. The defeat of Lenoir Rhyne was the first in several seasons. Throughout the game the Christians displayed determination and desire. The game was highlighted by the f leetfooted running of Charlie Strigo which helped to clinch a share in the Carolinas Conference Championship. The team was sparked by the Quarterback, Ed Wheless, who broke many Elon records. In the contest against Newberry, Wheless passed for 363 yards and four touchdowns. Performances such as this gave Wheless a place on the All-Conference team. Also selected for the All-Conference team were Dan Kelley, end; Joe Berdosh, tackle; Cameron Little, guard ; and Willie Tart, halfback. Willie Tart in his final year in Carolinas Conference competition was selected the most valuable back, won a place on the NAIA ' s All-District team, and last but far from least, Little All American. mmmMm. Left to right. Front Row — Ken Rovere, Richard Thompson, Richard White, Marvin Chewnin, Isaac Broadway, Jesse .James, Ernest McDonald, David Dean, Phillip Wilson, Sonnv Pruette, Clayton Johnson, Willie Tart, H. L. Robinson, and Tim Kempson. Second Row — Gordon Cox, Ed Wheless, Jerry Howe, Tommy Mitchell, John Gozjack, Joe Dawson, Scott Crabtree, Randy FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD Elon 6 Frederick 7 Elon 14 Emory-Henry 15 Elon 28 Guilford 7 Elon 16 Appalachian 13 Elon East Carolina 6 Elon 7 6 Elon 7 Catawba 12 Elon 19 West Carolina 10 Elon 34 Newberry 19 Elon 40 Lenoir Rhyne 7 Tri-captians, left to right, Dan Kellev, C Willie Tart. « ' ' M - h -m. Warren, Cameron Little, Ronnie Bell, Joe Berdosh, Morris Thomas, Bobby Ferrell, Allyn Hinton, and Frank Maness. Back Row — Alex Burnette, Fred Stewart, Pete Jarvis, Dan Kelley, Larry Smith, Doug Amick, Phillip Caines, Charlie Strigo, Rex Harrison, John McKee, Don Bailey, Darrel Morgan, Gene Brewer, Bill Mann, and Elwood Haizlip. 1 : ■ ■- ismi W k i SV, Imk. m I Danny Hall, Roland Miller, Bobby Atkins, Dave Winfrey, Bill Morningstar, Ronald Denhart, Arthur Davis, Richard Such, Lamar " Sonny " Smith, Jesse Branson, Howard Andrew, Reid Hughes. BASKETBALL BASKETBALL SCOREBOARD Elon 95 Frederick 58 Elon 87 Wofford 100 Elon 94 A. C. C. 74 Elon 80 Pfeiffer 71 Elon 77 Lenoir Rhyne 71 Elon 59 High Point 57 Elon 94 Pembroke 67 Elon 87 Lejeune 58 Elon 71 East Carolina 70 Elon 71 Campbell 64 Elon 96 Wofford 74 Elon 78 A. C. C. 71 Elon 82 East Carolina 57 Elon 89 Appalachian 61 Elon 71 Catawba 46 Elon 59 High Point 68 Elon 73 Belmont Abbey 66 Elon 86 Frederick 52 Elon 53 Catawba 73 Elon 63 Campbell 62 Elon 54 West Carolina 64 Elon 74 Pfeiffer 62 Elon 54 Appalachian 56 Elon 66 East Carolina 60 Elon 69 Guilford 63 Elon 60 Lenoir Rhyne 62 Elon 73 West Carolina 67 (Tournament Game) Elon 63 Guilford 67 ' " E l Mm The 1963-64 Elon College " Fighting Christians " had another fine season. Coached by Bill Miller, the cagemen ended the season third in the Caro- linas Conference with a 21-6 record. The highlight of the season was the annual Lejeune Christmas Tournament which Elon won for the second consecutive time. Big Jesse Branson led the team in point scoring and rebounding. Bill Morningstar thrilled the fans with fabulous ball control and with many fine scoring drives. Roland Miller continued this year to amaze the crowds with his long set shots and defensive play. The team had the strong back- ing of Howard Andrew, Sunny Smith, Dave Winfrey, Arthur Davis and freshmen Richard Such and Bobby Atkins. This year Jesse Branson, who broke seven and tied one Elon cage record, was chosen for the All Conference and NAIA District teams. Bill Morning- star, Roland Miller and Sonny Smith closed out their college basketball careers in a thrilling season. m m m H n i n P Front Row — Joe Lee, Bill Bates, Tyrone McDuffie, Danny Everett, and Ken Cook, Back Row — Allen Willard (assistant Hall, Gary Taylor, Roy Erlandsen. Carlton Highsniith and Milton manager), Bruce Alson (manager), Dan Kelley, Belton Saunders, Grose. Second Row — Jerry Drake, Gonier Shields, Alex Furnette, Arthur Davis, Phil Cheek, Harvey Keck, Kerry Key, Pete Crook, Joe Dawson, Sonny Smith, Dwight Gibson, Mike Little, Lefty Mike Best, and Coach John D. Sanford. BASEBALL Coach John D. Sanford BASEBALL SCOREBOARD Elon 10 N.Y.U. Elon 4 N.Y.U. - 7 Elon 9 N.Y.U. 3 Elon 4 Lenoir Rhyne - 5 Elon 8 Guilford . 4 Elon 13 W. and L. — 2 Elon 12 Catawba . 7 Elon 4 High Point 5 Elon 8 W. and M. 2 Elon 5 W. and M. 4 Elon 1 Elon Williams Williams (rain) - 2 Elon 2 Catawba 7 Elon 5 Pfeiffer - 2 Elon 6 Fort Lee Elon 7 Fort Lee 2 Elon Notre Dame 7 Elon 7 Appalachian . - - 6 Elon 10 Newberry . 5 Elon 4 Newberry — 5 Elon 5 West Carolina . 3 Elon 4 West Carolina 3 Elon 12 Pfeiffer 13 Elon 13 A.C.C. 7 Elon 3 17 Elon 3 High Point 4 Elon 10 Guilford . 3 Elon 11 A.C.C. 2 Elon 1 Appalachian 4 Elon 5 Lenoir Rhyne 3 Elon 11 Catawba , 2 Elon 2 Pfeiffer 11 Elon 6 Catawba . . 14 Eion 5 Campbell - 8 The 1963 " Fightinf? Christians " baseball team ended a fine season third in the Carolinas Conference. The Elon Diamond Squad, with only eight lettermen return- ing, had 19 victories to 15 losses. Elon baseball fans saw a great deal of fine pitching by Charles " Lefty " Everett, Roy Erlandsen and Jerry Drake. Drake ended the season with the best win-loss record of seven wins to five los.ses. Many of Elon ' s victories can be contributed to the hard hitting of Mike Little, Gary Taylor, Pete Crook, Ken Cook and Danny Hall. Taylor led the team in the hitting department, followed by Mike Little. Danny Hall, Charles " Lefty " Everett and Mike Little were selected for the All-Conference team. Gary Taylor, who did not make All-Conference, was selected for the NAIA District 26 team. Front Row — Clayton Johnson, Clyde Huff, Sonny Pruette, and Willie Tart. Back Row — Coach Gary Mattocks, Al Mac- donald, Carl Bovender, Tim Kempson, John Gozjack, John Griffin and Roland Miller. Trackmen not pictured are Cameron Little, Scott Crabtree, Howard Arner, Randy Warren, David Dean and Ron Lancaster. TRACK The 1963 cindermen, under the coaching of Gary Mattocks, had a dis- appointing season but sparked in individual competition. Fleetfooted trackmen, such as Tart, Bovender, Miller and Gozjack, contributed much stiff competition to the Carolinas Conference. Roland Miller, who a year ago broke the Conference record in the two-mile event, continued to break records. This year Miller broke the Elon record for the one-mile run. Also to break an Elon record was Willie Tart as he bettered the record in the quarter-mile event. The cindermen finished sixth in both the Carolinas Conference and District 26 NAIA competition. A lot of credit goes to Coach Mattocks and the rest of the squad for a fine effort and a lot of hard work. TRACK SCOREBOARD Elon 63 High Point .-- 67 Elon 35 High Point - — 861 2 Guilford — 40 Elon High Point - (Rain) Elon 65 A.C.C. - 66 Elon East Carolina - (Rain) Elon 34 East Carolina . 41 Washington and Lee - - 97 Elon 521 2 Guilford Elon 6th in Conference Meet — 48y4 Coach Gary Mattocks p t i t t Frank Ciamello, Jimmy Brown, Gordon Cox, Billy Harding and Coach Johnny Wike. George Wooten, Frank Lawrence, GOLF The 1963 Elon College golf team, under the coaching of Johnny Wike, had another fine season. In regular season competition the iinkmen posted a record of seven wins and three losses in the Carolinas Conference. Frank Lawrence, Gordon Cox and Frank Ciamello, playing in that order, came in with several fine victories. They were supported by Jimmy Brown, Billy Harding and George Wooten. The team shows a lot of promise in the coming seasons. GOLF SCOREBOARD Elon 13 High Point 5 Elon 11 Catawba 7 Elon 151 2 A.C.C. 11% Elon 91 2 Pfeiffer gi Elon 41 2 East Carolina 22y2 Elon Pfeiffer (rain) Elon 7% Appalachian 17% Elon 12 Campbell 15 Elon 8% A.C.C. 18y2 Elon 7 East Carolina 20 Elon 11 Catawba 7 Elon 1414 Appalachian 12% Elon 81 2 Guilford 9% Elon 11 Guilford 7 Elon tied 5th in Conference Meet Coach Johnny Wike Team— 1917- Gymnastics ft J TRACK TEAM BASEBALL TEAM WOMEN ' S WINNING VOLLEYBALL TEAM Front row: M. Haffey, Judy Killers, Carol (Poppy) Popowski, Peggie Dodson. Back Row: Sharon Smith, Sandy Nagy, Pat Sandbank, Louise Grabensetter, Roni George. ALL STAR VOLLEYBALL TEAM Front Row: Sandy Bergman, Martha Teddard, Carol Popow- ski, M. Haffey. Back Row: Kay Kimbro, Nancy Butler, Mary Boone, Sally McDuffie, Patsy Cole, Katy Krejci. ' Oomph " SPORTS FEATURES i ' V Bonnie McEvoy HOMECOMING QUEEN JANET FAULKNER Finalist For Homecoming Queen JANE LOY Finalist For Homecoming Queen HOMECOMING COURT SUE FERGUSON Finalist For Homecoming Queen KAY JEFFREYS Finalist For Homecoming Queen lalmfSkm The Line Up Th T arcuk Tk Foo6a((Garm i V n THE 1941 FOOTBALL TEAM ' ' " .- .r " ' ' ' ' s«rR ag " ' " ' - " - ::« r 1 i ' m " ' el ■-■ " ■■ ' ,! ■ ■ » ' ■ . - ■ ■ ■ ' " " ' i3 . . n , " lvt 11 ' ,!- ft 1 ' 1 fK ' ■ 1 ■ % |yK«P ' B t ' . ■ iiiE ..ffi . . - ,i,. ..! ,«t V3.. ...» Founders Vaif The principal figures in program for EIoii College Danieley, sixth president of ance of the college ' s seventy- professor of church history the featured speaker at the to serving as a seventy-fifth anniversary of Dr. Danieley ' which occurred on Founders the " Diamond Anniversary " Founders Day held on Wednesday, March 11, were J. E. Elon College, who presided over the observ- fifth anniversary ; and Dr. Franklin H. Littel, at Chicago Theological Seminary, who was convocation. The Founders Day, in addition birthday for the college, also marks the sixth s inauguration as president of Elon, an event Dav in 1958. The Order of the Oak, Elon College Honor Society, which was formed last year to honor academic excellence among Elon College students, has just inducted fourteen new mem- bers at special ceremonies held in the banquet room of McEwen Memorial Dining Hall on the Elon campus. The fourteen new members are pictured above along with Prof. Flecher Moore, Dean of the College, who is sponsor of The Order of the Oak. In the photo, left to right, are: Dean Moore, Fred Stephenson, Jack Brammer, Betty Turman, Don Johnson, Betsy Parseley, David Andes, Rachel Garrard, Edgar Powell, Lea Mitchell, Simeon Allen, Mabel Peeler, Glenn Ford, Larry AUred, and Herman Hecht. All of these people have a 3.3 or higher quality point rating on all their courses and are juniors or seniors. . - Aitf OAK Each Fall, WHO ' s WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES sing- les out those students who have made outstanding con- tributions in all phases of their college career. This year there are eight students representing Elon College. The students are selected on the basis of scholarship, participation and leadership in academic and extra- curricular activities, citizenship, and promise of future usefulness. Valerie Spangler, an English major from Silver Spring, Maryland, has contributed greatly to Elon publications. For three years she has been copy editor of the Phi Psi Cli and poetry editor of the Colonnades for two years. In addition, Valerie has worked with student government as a member of the food committee, school spirit committee, fresh- man board of control, secretary of Junior Class, a senator. College Bowl co-ordinator, and NSSGA delegate. A member of Tau Zeta Phi Sorority, Valerie was a graduation marshal last year. She has done well in all she has endeavored. Valerie ' s place in Who ' s Who is well deserved. Hinscn Mikell, an English and Music major from Charleston, South Carolina, is an active member of Kappa Psi Nu Fratern- ity. As an English major he has contributed poetry to the campus literary magazine and was assistant editor of the Maroon and Gold in his junior year. As a music major, he has performed campus i-ecitals on both piano and organ and for the past four years has served as organist at Hocutt Memorial Baptist Church in Burlington. Among other activities, he was a member of the honor council this past semester. Hinson ' s musical ability has reflected favor on the name of Elon. Patsy C. Cole, a Business Education major, is from South Bos- ton, Virginia. In her four years at Elon she has made quite a name for herself. She was president of her sorority, Tau Zeta Phi, and vice-president of Women ' s Interdormitory Council her senior year. She was busy in the Student Government while serving on the Academic and Student Affairs Committee, and Senior Class secretary. Patsy played intramurals and worked on the Phi Psi Cli for a little variety. Her election to Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities is the culmination to a very fine college " l l- ' -i ' li- ig -. , .■-■ ' 1 ' f|UNiISi-i: §tl ' sBl 1 Jm.i 1 V-..4M 1 ■ ' . 1 John Cameron Little, a math major from Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina, has quite a lengthy athletic record at Elon. A member of the football team for four years, Cameron was elected tri-captain this year. Other athletic awards bestowed upon him are outstanding lineman, All-Conference, All NAIA District 26, and honorable mention on the All-State team. He has also been a member of the track team for four years and a member of various athletic clubs on campus. Cameron is a member of Sigma Phi Beta Fraternity. With his many achievements, " Cam " has brought disti Mon and honor to Elon College. Judie Hudson, a French major and secretary of the student body, comes to Elon from Warsaw, Indiana. Judie has served on the Women ' s Interdormitory Council, dance committee, chapel committee, and Campus Crier staff. Judie ' s popularity can be confirmed by the fact that she is Sigma Mu Sigma Sweetheart, homecoming sponsor, and May Day sponsor. A member of Delta Upsilon Kappa Sorority, Judie has served as treasurer and vice-president. Judie has served Elon well and brings favor on the school ' s name. Carol Trageser, an English and Spanish major from Arnold, Maryland, has dedicated many hours of service to the Elon campus. Carol is a charter member of the Order of the Oak, a member of Tau Zeta Phi Sorority, and a member of Alpha Psi Omega, national honorary dramatics fraternity, serving as secretary-treasurer of the Elon chapter for two years. An active participant in student government, Carol has served on such committees as publicity, orientation, entertainment, con- stitutional revision, student affairs, school spirit, and executive advisory. A member of NSSGA, she has been a delegate to the convention for three years, a member of the executive board, and convention chairman. In 196.3 Carol received the SGA award of Elon College. She has served as editor of both the Campus Crier and Phi Psi Cli. She is a cheerleader and last year was a graduation marshal. Her other achievements include four dramatic awards — three " Eppies " and the Strader Drama Award in 1963. Carol has well earned her place in Who ' s Who. Wally Sawyer, the present student body president, hails from Portsmouth, Virginia. Student government affairs are not new to Wally, for he has been active in SGA since he was a freshman. A student senator for three years, Wally has served on the following committees: orientation, entertainment, dance, freshman board of control, executive advisory; he was a dele- gate last year to NSSGA. A member of Sigma Mu Sigma, national fraternity, Wally was elected vice-president of that organization. Wally ' s other activities include Chief Graduation Marshal, dormitory counsel- or, business manager of the yearbook, and a member of the track team. Wally, a physics major, is deserving of the honor bestowed upon him. MAY DA I ' ELEANOR SMITH JERRY DRAKE THE KING AND QUEEN -Nfc-t L. o.TtFr-r LTiilffi ORGANIZATIONS SGA OFFICERS Melvin Shreves, Jr. Vice-President of the Student Body Judith Hudson Secretary of the Student Body Luke O ' Hara Treasurer of the Student Body STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION The student ' s government ... be the first to sign up for the committee of your choice . . . big busi- ness office ... a file for filing the file to the files . . . four officers working every day behind an " open door " . . . two hundred complaints to every compliment . . . We ' re doing O.K. . . . " Hey, Judy, will you send Luke a note and tell him to call my office from Melvin ' s phone? " . . . Yes, Wally . . . pay your $7.50 . . . dances, buses, talent shows, ten- nis courts, concerts, movies . . . sponsored by SGA . . . " Will you stencil eight thousand copies of this notice, plea.se? " . . . " Is the president here? " . . . " Who do I see about this parking fine? I don ' t own a car " . . . organization, plan plan, communi- cation . . . participation ... " I care. I really care " . . . " This goes on the SGA bulletin board " . . . " Put the door key in the usual place " ... all students welcome to visit . . . book exchange . . . clearing house . . . stamped with the official seal . . . " Well, call Dr. Danieley about it " . . . " No, we cannot afford a swimming pool this year, just a type- writer " . . . executive, legislative, judicial . . . center of student activity . . . meet and plan . . . get to know the wheels that revolve with the dizzy dazzle along tracks of progress . . . " Let ' s have a student poll " . . . oppoi ' tunity for growth and understanding through co-operation . . . " From the desk of Wally Sawyer " . . . Keep a strict account with Luke O ' Hara . . . Respectfully, Judy Hud.son . . . Files in order by Melvin Shreves . . . Best SGA, 1963 . . . " The power of the students " . . . the pride of SGA . . . moving as the spokesman for students . . . carry on. " Hey! What are you doing at this important Big Four caucus? The office doesn ' t open ' til 2:00. " " That ' s right, Judy by tonight. " SENATE " In the Student Senate. ' The meeting will come to order . . . you can ' t vote with no tie and coat . . . Wednesday at seven on third floor Alamance . . . amendment . . . " Do we have the money? " ... all in favor say " aye " . . . passed . . . " I ' d like to make thirty ' friendly ' amendments in spelling " . . . " Point of order " . . . lawmakers . . . jawbreakers . . . " Previous question " ... 44 copies of each bill . . . not a floor of personal debate . . . legislate, represent, speak for the students . . . " Do we have the money? " . . . appropriate, let ' s debate . . . rules to make . . . " Will you check that point, Parliamentarian? " ... " I don ' t want to argue, but may I point out —? " ... eight from each class . . . " I move that " . . . " Do we have the monev? " . . . conservative versus liberal ... see your Student Senator . . . consult your classmates . . . " Get back " . . . Mr. Shreves with the gavel . . . " Who is the author of this bill? Is he here? " . . . " You ' re out of order " . . . " Why did I ever file for office? " . . . " What? The bill is passed " ? But I didn ' t hear the call for ... " ... " I hereby pledge my faith and honor that I will uphold the honor, integri- ty and reputation of Elon College, and that I will fulfill to the best of my ability all duties incumbent upon me as an officer of SGA ... " ... " The Student Senate shall have the power " . . . shall we table the discussion until next year? 1st Row: W Piuitt, P Fibk, C .latkson, R Hodkinson, C. Trageser 2nd row: .J Cote, D Williams, R Tuinei, D Paiker, M. Moms 3rd row H Holwav, J Bivant, M Simpson, G Yule, P. Cole tth row: D King, f Fogle " , D V e.i ei, S Y.i inski. 5th row: .J Nicks, Ken Broda, David Do wd.v, .( Vea oi ' You are out of order Jury — 1st row: Dr. Sanford, Mrs. Longest, Mrs. Gerow, Mr. Epperson, John Reed; 2nd row: Allen Beals. Jerry Cameron. Gail Campbell, Shirley Foskett. HONOR COURT The scales of justice . . balance of powers . . " You are on your honor under the Honor System " . . judges in conference . . students who err . . the right to a fair trial . . presenting a case . . defense and prosecution . . " A student ' s honor is the foundation of his character " . . awareness of wrong, triumph of right . . midnight shadows . . trying . . violation against the Student Body . . The Honor Court seeks to maintain order . . newly-revised system . . the law of the land . . respon- sibility on the part of all campus citi- zens . . " On my honor, I have neither given nor received help . . nor have I seen anyone else doing so " . . the symbol of trust . . verdict: not guilty . . or verdict turned ' round . . creating standards to live by . . striving for the worth and perfec- tion . . innocent until proven guilty . . SGA in operation . . necessary duty . . freedom to live with bonds of trust . . the Honor Code . . the Campus Code . . regulation . . each student makes his choice — each stu- dent agrees to uphold the codes when he enters the College . . the Court must exist . . self-imposed codes . . maturity . . grow- ing to heights of honor . . your own heart alone knows. iJudges — Marsha Leypoldt ■ Russ. STUDENT COUNCIL Judicial power invested . . minor of- fenses are no less important . . uphold- ing the spirit of honor and right . . Campus Code . . " You are bound on your responsibility as a gentleman (lady) to conduct yourself as such at all times, and further to see to it, insofar as possible, that your fel- low students do likewise " . . . you are your brother ' s keeper . . we all live to help one another . . fines and more fines . . small fines and large duty . . service for smooth SGA . . constitu- tionality checked — interpretation . . discretionary authority . . . betterment . . a trial in itself to human hearts . . knowing what must be done for har- mony on campus . . understanding . . words — " iurisdiction " , " subpoena " , " accused " , " privilege of assistance " . . symbols of court with strong, leading purpose . . line-breaking . . defacing . . debts to pay . . based on the right to due notice and fair hearing . . in- tegral systems inter voven with spirit of pride in self and pride in school . . Council meeting tonight — all robed judges attend . . business based on respect for the rules . . closed case . . no offense. Hinson Mikell, Karen Fischer, Eileen Cobb, Ken Harper, INTER-DORM COUNCILS " Break it up, you two. Time to shut the door. " Arlene Kobler, Presi- dent. Women ' s Council — 1st row: P. Cole, A. Mitchell, G. Hettel, Kay Kimbro, B. Lee, J. Pointer. 2nd row: M. Coolidge, A. Kobler. 3rd row: A. Jennings, M. Tedder, S. McDuffie, B. Rix, P. Hitchings, J. Davis, G. Yule. 4th row: K. Helm. " Quiet! " . . . call downs . . . " What will we tell Dean Epperson? " . . . " Room check? Open the closet, I ' ll throw everything in " . . . " You have WHAT in your room? " . . . time-keepers, counselors . . . thankless job . . . " But you ' re on strict campus, you can ' t take a late " . . . McDuff votes one negative . . . helping and guiding ... on the West side of campus. " Hey you guys — sweep up the water " . . . " 0. K.l Back to the dorm. It ' s 3 a.m. Move ' em out! " . . . " aI room check? Yeah, we ' re here " . . . social probation) . . . respect . . . again a thankless job ... on orderF to keep order . . . meeting with Dean Overton . East side of campus . . . noisy halls . . . " Put him to| bed. He ' ll sleep it off " . . . lights out. Men ' s Council — 1st row: B. Mann, T. Vining, H. Mikell, B. D. Schneider, P. Fisk. 2nd row: A. Woodward, P. Sharpe, R. Bell. tMW BS ) " We Board of Elections D. Williams, Ch., C. Popowski, R. Geoifje, " This is a variety of suitable entertain- ment, ' as it says in the handbook. " Entertainment Committee P. Johnson, W. Pruitt, Ch., J. Warner " Well, you said we were the liberal ar committee — isn ' t that program liberaH Liberal Arts Forum Mr. Elder, T. Paige " See ya there. " Publicity Committee Foskett, M. Hogensen, Ch., B. Payne. " Oh, Stanley, quit acting so trite. " " Left-outs " J. Bryant, Development C, R. George, En- tertainment C, J. Ryerson, C.R.C., S. Switzer, Dev. C, Ch. " I don ' t know if we can fine the faculty for parking in the men ' s dorm lot. " Parking Committee O. Murray, Ch., L. Fox " When it comes to revising handbooks we ' re left in the cold. " Handbook Revisions Committee D. Weid, K. Fischer, S. McDuffie, Ch., N. Butler. " You ' re goinK to the dance. " " That ' s what you think. " Dance Committee C. Jackson, L. Johnston, L. Doughty, A, Baer, Ch., B. Hoffman, J. Brown. S.G.A. " Hey look us over, outside world. We ' re from Elon, couldn ' t be prouder. " Community Relations Committee F. Stephenson, A. Baer, P. Robinson, C. Jack- son, Ch., B. Morris. " On behalf of the Chapel Committee, from us to you . . . " Chapel Committee D. Morris, S. Maurer, B. Gwaltney, Rev. Graves, Mr. Bartholf, C. Jackson, Mr. Elder, H. Mikell, Dr. Reynolds. S. G. A. COMMITTEES There will be an SGA committee meeting in the office tomorrow . . please be on time — it will last five minutes . . A new problem ? Let ' s form a committee . . " Sorry, we have enough people on that. How about the Food Committee? " . . movies . . posters . . milk machine . . College Pond Improvement . . counting ballots . . new Constitu- tion amendment . . Homecoming parade . . show the Frosh the ropes . . Friday chapel . . new speaker . . parking fines . . another handbook revision . . what about students ' affairs ? . . shall we develop something? . . keep read- ing . . everyone shop at Mother ' s . . " You ' ve only had ONE meet- ing? " . . " I don ' t know. See a com- mittee chairman " . . " What about a Committee on Committees? " . . " Have you gotten your $50 yet? " . . " How liberal is that commit- tee? " . . SOAR— not pictured. Se- cret Service . . arm bands . . hand in annual reports . . " Too few people for too many jobs. " . . " Let ' s send this to that committee so they can refer it to another committee. " . . " Can I have my own filing cabi- net? " . . " WHAT! " But I thought I was chairman of — " . . " No, I ' m only on four committees. Sure I have time " . . backbone of SGA . . backstage workers . . laugh when you read this chairmen . . work for students . . we need YOU . . " No meeting room? " . . . three girl chairmen . . " Appointed by the SGA president and approved by standing committees — vital part of SGA. committees — vital part of SGA. " Your problems are our problems. " Student Affairs Committee Dean Moore, Mrs. Meisenheimer, R. Hodkinson, Mrs. Williams, Ch., L. Ryals, B. Gwaltney, Ch., M. Simpson, E. Cobb, Dean Overton. " Your guess is as good as mine — it ' s a toss-up. " Food Committee T. Corbitt, B. Morris, Ch., C. Gwaltney, P. Johnson, P. Rittle. " Three cheers. This is our last meeting. " Homecoming Committee L. Doughty, P. Hitchings, M. Simpson, B. West, C. Gwaltney, Hoffman, L. Sinclair, Ch., J. Brown. " So you were walking on the grass, freshman! " Orientation Committee K. Sandefur, C. Trageser, L. Sinclair, M. Simpson, H. Holway, C. Jackson, E. Cobb, L. Johnston, M. Herbert, R. Phipps. " Shall we try the casual approach for this shot? " ICSCC R. Phipps, R. Hodkinson, K. Sandefur, Ch., V. Spangler, C. Trageser. ICSCC And away we go . . . contact other campuses . . . " It ' s Inter-Collegiate Sym- posium and Conference Committee — re- member? " . . . " We have our own file " ...$$$... " Where is our friend the treasurer? " . . . three parts . . . College Bowl . . . " Who paves the streets in Hick- ory? " . . . beat L-R on the academic play- ing field . . . " Did vou say ' psuedo-intel- lect ' ? " . . . " But we have GOT to have a team by tonight! " . . . SSL . . . contact the governor . . . " May I assume the seal? " . . . " Got the bill? NO — the one we wrote! " . . . Raleigh, here we come . . . vote in bloc . . . NSSGA . . . " We ' re staying where? " . . . steak dinners . . . delegation " confer- ence " . . . " Elon votes ... " ... " We ' ll send you a handbook " . . . same problems . . . " We ' ve got to win the award again " . . . new committee . . . centralize . . . socialize . . . whole page here . . . realize . . . money, money, who ' s got the money? . . . coming and going . . . hosts or guests . . . sharing problems . . . building our name . . . Elon was there, too — thanks to ICSCC. " A diller, some dollars, a set-up for the scholars, please. " College Bowl T. Paige, B. Blomberg, L. Biddle, J. Jones, V. Spangler, Ch. Rah, rah, rah . . . " Let ' s spell Elon " . . . " Come on everybody, yell! What do you think I ' m here for? " . . . lost voices . . . " Charge it to SGA " . . . " That ' s why we ' re on this page instead of in the Sports Section " . . . smiles, whirls . . . handclaps, sore muscles . . . " But you can ' t get butterflies NOW. There are 5,000 people up there! " . . . " Who you yelling for? " . . . " Do we have a ride to the game? " . . . " Rain, rain, we don ' t care. Oh what ' ll I do with my hair? " . . . " Please buy a mum for HC — we need megaphones " . . . practice . . . new formations . . . " Bozo " . . . pick alternates . . . sore hands make maroon and gold shakers . . . hep to the jive . . . " E " sweaters, thrill chills, excitement . . . " Constitu- tion? " . . . " Go big team! " CHEERLEADERS Head Cheerleader Elon ' s Pep Club — C. Trageser, J. Jones, G. Hancock, J. Loy, C. Boyle, H. Claxton, C. Keith, L, Mitchell, M. Benson, J. Fiorito. PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL Fraternize . . . " About the constitution . . . ' . . . " We have to plan. Rush. Yes, it starts tomorrow " . . . " We ' re under SGA, too. That ' s why we ' re here, too " . . . Christmas party . . . " Who is Santa? " . . . " Can anyone play the piano? " . . . " There aren ' t any name tags on these 200 gifts " . . . glee, cheer, joy, candy canes, and Jud with a broom . . . " WHERE is the constitution? " ' . . . bus to the games for the Children ' s Home . . . " No, that doesn ' t come under our jurisdiction — yet! " . . . Greek night . . . swinging, singing, rush, rush, rush . . . brothers and sisters . . . paddles and pans . . . " Yessss, we have a constitution. Somewhere " . . . one member from each Greek group . . . " togetherness " . . . " We ' re in the SGA Constitution. Won ' t that do? " . . . centralize . . . " Everyone has to have a float and display " . . . friendlv fellowship . . . common meeting ground . . . " Let ' s draw for Rush " . . . wash up for Rush . . . " But we need three years to perfect that document " . . . report the news to your group . . . mutual under.standing. " Constitution?? Get serious. " F. Lawrence, Pres., KYN, N. Daniels, BOB, S. Hall, ITK, C. Trag-eser. TZO, J. Bryant, KYN, B. D. Schneider, EOB. Missing: W. Pruitt, A D, K. Jeffries, DUK. t « nrM Recognition of scholarship in the social sciences . . . the torch of history . . . social ser- vice to humanity . . . national . . . better understanding . . . intelligent approach to social problems . . . bound by inter- est in the living society of mankind. R. Baxter, Stokes, B. Smith, Dr. Avizonis, Roberts W. Jones, G. Latham, J. Elder, R. Garrard, Dr. Cunningham. C. Trageser, Sec.-Treas., F. Rich G. Mattingly, Pres., A. Baer P. Dodson. National recognition . acting in the soul and heart I . . . talent intertwined with interest . . . aiming for stars . . . acceptance of those who I have contributed to the drama! . . . fraternity . . . curtain go- going up on the honored extra | bow . . . golden applause. A fi nuB pj ' P- f H 2 - ' " kXi N V r- BI If Ki l Hi , w ' ' Imfu M R PciinttT. David An.lt s ' iid row — Jerry Moore, Sally Maurer, Leanna Sellers, Dave Lent, Oscar Fowler. 1st row — Mary Ann Barnes, Janet Lamm. Christian Ideals . . . helping hands . . . working hands . . praying hands . . . fun together . . . float together , . what if I forget my speech . . . what if they ask me a question . . . weekly trips to the Home . . . weekly visits make life-long friends . . . Doc . . . memories. MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION Jerry Cameron, Chaplain; Jerry Moore, Vice President; Bob Gwaltney, President; Sally Maurer, Treasurer; Janie Pointer, Secretary. " Once upon a time IONIAN SOCIETY every " There ' s crowd. " Pam Johnson, Carol Boyle. As the world turns . . . socialize with the social sciences . . . study, history majors . . . " Who do you think will win in ' 64? " . . . " Now my views on this problem are ... " ... " But you can ' t drop your history major NOW. You ' re an officer " . . . solving the world ' s problems over coffee cups . . . " Well, that ' s three who have volunteered to help with the display " . . . Why didn ' t the Ionian Society write their own copy. I am only an English major . . . " Are you going to Dr. Cunningham ' s party? " . . . " This major is NOT a crip " . . . what is going on outside the red brick wall? . . . " Ask a history major for a date " . . . " Hi Red " . . . " Our department will go down in history " . . . that was the class that was . . . " Who ' s the elder in this depart- ment? " . . . politics . . . " WHO won the Civil war, Yank? " . . . this column is Greek to me . . . points of historical in- terest . . . academic fellowship . . . society viewing society. " I ' m sure one of these books has the date of the French Revolution. " R. Phipps, J. Cote, L. Sinclair. The 1st row: Russ Phipps, Pam Johnson, Carole Boyle, Mike Her- bert, John Swofford. 2nd row: Don Jenkins, Dave Sidenspinner, Walter Graham, Tom Corbet. 3rd row: Lowry Sinclair, Al Mac- Patriots dowell, Stokes, Larry Holloway, Ty Rowell, 4th row: Richard Gunkell, Ken Revere. p. E. M A J O R S c u B p. E. Club Display Officers: Ken Harper, President; Carole Popowski, Sec- retary-Treasurer; Frank Ciamillo, Vice President. P. E. Majors, Front Row: J. Ley, G. Mattocks, J. Wike, R. Bell, C. Shields, C. Keith, C. Popowski, S. Augustine, F. Ciamillo, K. Harper, B. Nobles, A. McGee, B. Scott, J. Sanford. Back Row: S. Pruette, Z. Broadway, P. Secrist, P. Cheek, D. Clinton, C. Johnson. Bill Nobles, Dr. Sanford — " I remember last year at the State Convention. " Carol Keith Homecoming Sponsor A 1 m h w M 1 Kf V ? sita Homecoming- Float. Sponsors: G. Mattocks, J. Sanford, J. Wike. M A J O R S C L U B ' What ' s this? A new cover on Playboy!? " Ken Harper. W.A.A Jane Loy Vice President Carole Popowski President Stevie Augustine Secretary- Council: C. Sealey, M. Boone, S. Biiisil Foskett, J. Loy, C. Popowski, Mr.s. Giil ' l ' s Haffey, D. Lov, V. Swift. Lee Mitchell Fashion Show Marty Hogenson Fashion Show BAPTIST STUDENT UNION " Hey — come on and join. We ' re having fun. " S. Ferrell, P. Roach, J. Moore, F. Moise, A. Carter, C. Cook, B. Wil- liams, S. McDuffie, D. Busick. ' We wish you a merry Christmas. ' Officers: B. WiUiams, Social Ch.; A. Carter, Pres. S. McDuffie, Social Ch.; C. Cook, Enlistment Ch. Distinctive denominational min- istry on campus . . . conserve and help train Southern Baptist stu- dents for effective Christian dis- cipleship . . . inspiration . . . infor- mation . . . fellowship and fun . . . creation of a spiritual climate essential for Christian growth while in college . . . friendship . . . skating parties . . . Christmas caroling . . . meeting in face-to- face discussion . . . mutual interests and mutual faith . . . bonds of Christian brotherhood . . . laughter . . . spirit of understanding . . . functions to remind each student of his respon.sibility to Christ, his church, his denomination ... to remind him of his obligations, re- sponsibilities, objectives . . . Christian citizens. MARCHING On the serious side. Marching Band — 1st row: V. Hardister, majorette, J. Dillard, drum major, B. Rix, majorette; 2nd row: G. Hancock, J. Bass, C. Hopewell; 3rd row: A. French, S. James, L. Johnston, C. Michaud, J. Lambeth, D. Hosmer, M. Chewning, M. Coolidge, G. Shull, M. Griffin, N. Daniel, R. Gregory, T. Bass; 4th row: N. Morgan, J. Bridgeman, H. Winter Concert Ready and one and two and . . . " So here ' s to dear old Elon " ... dandy uniforms . . . musical cheering sections . . . take note . . . pride of the campus . . . " Let ' s take that again — get out the squeaks " . . . band bus bursting ... " I am tired " . . . dusty throats thirsting . . . batons and boots lead the parade . . . the pep rally jive . . . " Now let ' s have the band against the crowd. GO ! CHRISTIANS ! " . . . " We thank you " . . . trademark . . . " Whoa — you ' re out of step " . . . " Don ' t get BAND Bodenheimer, D. Edwards, A. Garrison, G. Hudson, A. Oliver, A. Stegall, H. Yoho, J Harvey, J. Paige, G. Philips; 5th row: Mr. White, Director, B. Whittenton, L. Murphv, T. Sink, W. Lomax, B. Ruth, T. Milspaw, M. Saecker, E. Harris, B. Tysor, E. Barnes, 0. Fowler, M. Duncan, N. Rogers, T. Rowell, G. Kriel. •We want BEAR MEAT! Tips from the expert. your white slacks dirty " . . . pep . . . hep ... the sound of Elon music . . . " Can you play an instrument? We need you " ... a spectacle in rhythm . . . football over . . . change of tune . . . concert ' s coming . . . melody in silver, gray, blue, red . . . " Mute the horn " . . . tango . . . waltz . . . " Again, we thank you " . . . flute solo dances with smiling trumpet . . . music is happy talk . . . practice at three . . . none finer in Carolina. Row I: Harriett Noble, Ann Gorden, Agnes French, Jo Warner, Doris Tyndell, Carol Leffers, Jane Abbourt, Shirley Foskett. Row II: Marsha Varner, Brenda Williams. Mary Ann Barnes, Joan Donaghy, Sue Wilber, Laura Ahalt, Pat Morbell, Margaret Hall, Linda Keck, Dixie Gladson. Row III: Becky Horward, Sammy Griffen, Fred Stephenson, Allen Bush, John Longest, Oscar Fowler, James Marshall, Charles Boznall, Bob Gwaltney, John Flemming. Row IV: Billy Garner, David Andes, Wayne Karry, Ted Lindley, Harold Bodenhamer, Charles Viton, Wayne Sey- mour, Barry Goffney, Hinson Mikell, Ralph Johnson, Terry Sink. CHOIR QUARTET " Oh, we love these halls of ivy . . . " Gwaltney, R. Hodkinson, O. Fowler, F. Stephenson. Harmony and velvet voices . . . choir robes . . . chapel singing . . . concerts ... on the road to N. E. . . . " But I can ' t sing today. I have a cold " . . . " Hold that note, sopranos " . . . the annual Messiah spells joys of Yuletide . . . strong and full . . . soft and low . . . soloists . . . fellowship in tune . . . Easter program . . . " Where ' s my sheet music? " . . . music flowing gently over oak-tops . . . swirling with fall smoke . . . magical mist . . . hours of patient practice ... a prideful presentation . . . The Elon Quartet . . . four guys harmonize . . . vocalize . . . blending a song . . . " Oh, Shenan- doah " . . . fashion show performance . . . " With a hey. With a ho. " . . . couldn ' t forget that . . . " But we ' re suposed to sing, not act " . . . " The Halls of Ivy " . . . barber-shop style . . . pitch at perfection . . . clubs . . . meetings . . . the same meals everywhere . . . singing . . . vocal passion. RADIO TEAM " We welcome you to ' This Is Elon College, ' brought to you by ... " .. . WBBB . . . once a dream, now on the air . . . beg, borrow, buy equipment . . . " Tape that show " . . . DJ . . . inform and entertain . . . put Elon on the sound- wave map . . . " D-d-do vou know t-t-that was on the air? " . . . ' Paul, Chuck, Ty . . . interviewing ... ad libbing . . . twice a week tune in and listen . . . the guy in the headphones . . . lights flash . . . " You ' re on " . . . broadcast . . . fore- cast . . . re-cast . . . our sound around town . . . turntable turmoil . . . work . . . worry . . . plan . . . worry . . . WBBB . . . F.M A.M p.m. . ' . tell the listen- ing world about our world. i 5 ' m " Now tell us, Mr. Rowell — what do you like about Elon College Tyrone Rowell, Paul Robinson ' Hmnim — what can I say in the last five minutes? Chuck Michaud " Anybody know a good elephant joke we can throw in? ' 1st Row: P. Robinson, Ch., T. Rowell, C. Jackson; 2nd Row: J. Blanks, D. Hosnier, N. Butler, R, DeLowry, P. Dodson. THE ELON PLAYERS Curtain going up . . . " B-b-ut I ' ve got stage fright! " . . . " Whose death? " . . . " You haven ' t memorized your 3000 Hnes " ? The play is tomor- row! " . . . try-outs . . . greasepaint . . . Mr. Direc- tor — Sandy . . . " Quiet backstage! Whoooooops! " ... " A puppet?? " . . . props, .sets, flats . . . " Help! Prompter! " . . . " No, I can ' t come to dress re- hearsal " . . . acting, hammering, hamming, paint- ing, sanding . . . " Take that scene again " . . . " You cried real tears? " . . . " The cast party lasted ' til WHEN? " . . . " No, you can ' t take more than five bows " . . . " Sorry, full house " . . . acting is in the blood . . . " All this for three lines? " . . . " No lights back.stage? OOOH ! " . . . closing night . . . thrill of success . . . bare theater . . . the stage is a slice of life. . . . Cured Hams The Elon Players— D. Gadson. C. Tragcser, N. Butler, L. Rice. P. Menger, P. Dodson. A. Bar, T. Ro«ell, I. Steele, D. Brooks, F. Rich, D. Andes, J. Gilliam. Left to right: Sy Hall, Dr. Cheek, Tommy Con- nally, James Pepe, Martha Sexton, Sally Mc- Duffie. . . . Hey, we ' re having a meeting today . . . Chemis- try Club Charter ? . . . Homecoming . . . coopera- tion . . . Driver . . . Jim Jones sounds good . . . Talent Show . , . rain . . . Oh, just pick a key any key will do . . . Dix Hill is so near . . . mixing chemicals . . . M + E + S-2 = MESS . . . Display . . . don ' t trip over the tape recorder . . . midnight hammers glow . . . swinging . . . swaying . . . naw, that wire just looks like its breaking . . . what makes that noise? . . . Crvstalize the Catamounts ... 1st Prize . . . $25.00 . . . A. C. S. Meeting . . . White Tower . . . Methods, Molocules, and Models . . . confusion . . . Tasty Freeze . . . Yearbook page . . . the serious side . . . the labs . . . graphs . . . calculations . . . more labs ... a sense of achievement ... a spirit of friendship. It ' s the experiment not the ex- perimenter that goes in the hood! OFFICERS, left to right: John Fisher, Vice President, Sally McDuffie, Secretary; Sy Hall, President. BETA CHI EPSILON Left to right: 1st row against the wall, Cheryl Clapp, Patsy Sharps, Pricil- la Gerringer, Becky Crutch- field; 2nd row: Mary Payne, Gay Eddinger, Barbara Jackson, Brenda Coward, Sandra Pruitt, Faye Riser, Ann Nunn; 3rd row: Karen Fisher, Jane Pattishall, Donna Apple, Millicent Bos- der, Ellen McPherson, Phil- lis Sanderlin, Joan Guthrie, Linda Blackwell, Gail Por- ter; standing: Betty Hill, Kathey Krejci, Kay Ellix- son; 4th row: Barbara Rix, Faye Hurdler, Jackie Vau- ger, Mareia Leypoldt, Lin- da Doughty. Left to right: Linda Doughy, Sec; Mareia Leypoldt, Pres.; Karen Fisher, Treas. BUSINESS CLUB Left to right: back row: James Haris, Jerry Thomp- son, Larry Turnage, Grover Huffines, George Dickson, Tom Rice, Skip Paska, Bill Luby. Front row: Lillian Sharpe, Rachel B. Perdue, Ann Jennings, Barbara Rix, Jane Cheek, Karen Fisher, Mareia Leypoldt, Linda Price. YOUR HAPPY ANNUAL STAFF " This is our 75th anniversary. " . . . " You ' ve never made a layout before? It ' s easy. " . , . " We need exactly two million pictures, Chuck and Jack. " . . . " You have to be INSPIRED to write copy? " . . . " ONLY five rolls of film were exposed? " . . . run, rUn, run . . . " We ' re late, we ' re late, for a very important picture. " . . . " Do I really have to pose standing on my head? " . . . " Anything for the sake of PHI PSI CLI. " . . . " Get up, Sally! " ' . . . dummy sheets . . . galley proofs . . . " You liked the copy so you won ' t cut it? B it we can ' t afford to give magnifying glasses " , . . " No pictures of Home- coming? Quick. Get last year ' s. " . . . " But Stanley, we need your help. Just for one day??? " . . . " Don ' t miss the deadline — it was yesterday " . . . $15 a page . . . diamond sparkle — ha . . . " Happy semester break. " . . . diamond studded . . . diamond prism . . . diamonds ringing in my ears . . . " Nobody showed up for the picture? But we told them at least an hour in advance! " . . . " No, the advertisements canNOT be in color. " . . . " Are you sure you should have cropped his head off? " . . . " Yes — pose all the candids. " . . . , cut out — NOTHING . . . " But why can ' t we have a picture of that? It goes on all the time. " Editor ' s decision . . . copy re-written . . . photos done ... off to Max . . . annual on time . . . hope . . . COMPLIMENTS OF YOUR HAPPY ANNUAL STAFF! !!!... dazzling memories . . . these are the days that were . . . our yesterdays. •I know this drape fits Peggy Dodson, Senior Editor " What do you MEAN we don ' t have any pictures of Home- ■ng? " Diane Weid, Feature Editor " But — I just put it down here minute ago. " Carol Trageser, Organizations Editor " I wish that Organizations Editor would get organized so I could take these shots. " Chuck Michaud, Photographer " Oh well, what ' s a couple hundred cross i ences. " Judson Bryant, Fraternity Editor ' |i J n fr ' s ; Wx 1 Mi ' i I ■ 731 1 3 2 mi - : ' , " O.K., so I overslept! " Roni George, Assistant Editor Creativity In Silence Marty Hogensen, Art Editor " Only these few left to identify. " Harriot Davis, Sophomore Class Editor Pam Mergen, Freshman Class Editor Louise Grabbenstetter, Junior Class Editor " A couple of words on the 75th anniversary " If we get rid of the editor, we meet the deadline. " Til try Earl ' s first. ' Cecil Gwaltney, Advertisement Editor I ' t have to " Don ' t worry professor I ' m bound to get a good picture with one of these cameras. " Jack Lambeth, Photographer ' Want the inside story? " Carol Popowski, Richard Zimmerman, Sports Editors LADIES ■Wait Eileen! Only one page at a time, please. ' " Dr. Danieley, are you in? We have another issue for you to proof. " Staff — B. Whittenton, B. Powell, G, Cox, E. Cobb, S. Ferguson, T. Paige, G. Hettel, N. Butler, C. Trageser, Editor, S. McDuffie, K. Helm, J. Hudson. THE CAMPUS CRIER " The Voice of the Students " . . . editor in hot water — again . . . " But do you think we should print it? " . . . SGA office is covered with scrap paper . . . " Can you PLEASE help staple? " . . . " Please meet the deadline " . . . two-year-old publication . . . stencils, mimeo- graph . . . ink, typewriter . . . last-minute scoop . . . " Send a letter to the editor " . . . " Crying Campus " . . . two days to type 25 stencils . . . " Do we really have to eat dinner up here? " . . . laff, staff . . . " Does this copy look familiar? " . . . news, views, cut, snip, snippy . . . " But George, I KNOW this is no personal reflection ... " ... " We need more mastheads " . . . " The machine won ' t work " . . . proofread, re-read . . . " No mistakes this time " . . . " Who writes that column? " . . . communication . . . " Dear Administration — about that last issue ... " ... ramble, rumble . . . " NO ! You can ' t see that until it ' s published — it ' s about you ! " . . . bottles of stencil eraser . . . " What do you MEAN the stencil tore in half — that was the front page! " . . . " Now WHERE did I put the stylus? " . . . " Yesss — this is the temporary CC office " . . . get the news to the students . . . " Are you sure you put a copy in each faculty mailbox? " . . . " Who got a wind-up doll for Christmas? " . . . continued in next issue. " OOOOOOOH— why don ' t they tell you what " I ' ll need these for my scrapbook those buttons mean? " [■tides would do it! " You mean we can have an extra fifty cents ' i Cecil Gwaltney, Business Manager THE COLONNADES Revived, revised campus creation for literary minds . . . student magazine . . . meetings, decision . . . " But Mr. Butler, why do you need a complete sentence to create a mood? " . . . " What do you mean no one has turned anything in? " . . . " This is tremendous poetry, but Sandburg never went to Elon " . . . " Grayson, will you please explain how these zoo animals fit in with the theme? " . . . spats . . . writing from heart, mind, hand . . . coffee cups and cigarettes . . . " Wellllll — at least it stimulates thought " . . . " Cecil, we cannot spend $10,000 on a cover " . . . " When is this erstwhile publication going to have an- other meeting? " . . . " Let ' s see, this ought to condense into about three pages " . . . talent in print . . . " Here ' s a write-up from the Raleigh paper " . . . " Jerry. You know him — Get him to write some- thing " . . . " What do you mean we can ' t use the library room? " . . . office, office, we need an office . . . maybe somebody important will read this . . . " Get Mr. Butler ' s opinion " ... to press . . . here is art. you please get up — you re cutting off my circulation. " Ann Saunders, Scribe Lowry Sinclair, Circulation Editor " These go into the FILE. " Bev Powell, Fiction Editor " This seems a bit nebulous. " Nancy Lou Butler, Editor " I LIKE this . . . well ... I mean . WROTE it! ! ! " Valerie Spangler, Poetry Editor MAROON and GOLD Campus headlines . . . bold face type . . . student columns r a gripe . . . printing office in South Hall ... set the type type the story . . . " Yes, Mr. Byrd, I ' ll try to meet the last week deadline " . . . journalism class . . . " We ' re almost finished folding these things " . . . every other week the news and pic- tures ... " ... dedicated to the best inte rests of Elon College " . . . " Don ' t misquote any one " ... get the scoop . . . lay-out . . . galley . . . ink-stained hands . . . " There ' s a headline on your shirt " . . . " Watch that hot lead " . . . " Did you read the MAROON AND GOLD? " . . . need a picture ... old printing press comes through . . . by-lines . . . " You spelled my name wrong " . . . " Get your papers hot off the press in the Union " . . . sports page blaring . . . " Cover that speech " . . . " But this happened a month ago " . . . news worthy . . . timeliness . . . up-to-date . . . student press. Sv rx „ ' °ni over ;, " Careful now, we don ' t want to have CAMPUS CRIER. " istakes as the Indoor Football Practice? ? ? Which one has the Toney ? This is our President! The Biology Department ' s Mascot WORKMAN ' S PAINT PAPER CO., INC. Your Fr iendly Kyonize Point Dealer Paints — Wallpape — Artists Su pplies — Picture -raming 217 East Davis Street Burlington, N . C. Telephone 226-6416 Soy " Pepsi " , Please ' Pepsi-Cola Co., Burlington, N. C. Whc cores what is hoppening ot home — where ' the money? GATE CITY AUTO PARTS CO. Distributors of Automotive Parts Supplies 609 South Elm Street Greensboro, North Carolina Steaks Prime Ribs Italian Dishes Oyster Bar in The Cape Cod Room J 11 A.M. - 12 P.M. Greensboro, N. C. Mmf)o ' Hair cuts hove gone up to how much?! Compliments of R. E. BOONE Laundry Cleaners ff ui •1 m- T7 l V Let ' s see . . . which way to State College? good luck. CLASS OF 1964! Slater School and College Services wishes to thank the members of the graduating class for their patronage— to say farewell, good luck, and good health. Your school ' s administration reolizes that classroom performance often depends on planned nutrition. Through ARA Slater, they hove wisely invested in quality food, prepared and served in friendly style. We hope you ho e enjoyed Slate ' meals and service- that mealtime provided a pleasant social break in the day ' s busy routine. From all of us, good luck and good health in the years ahead! SLATER SCHOOL AND COLLEGE SERVICES 1 1 PHILADELPHIA 46, PA. 1 sE« io Slater Now Serves More Than 220 Schools In 32 States and Puerto Rico Compliments of WILBURN ' S ESSO SERVICE Elon College, N. C. Compliments of NEAL WRIGHT ' S JEWELRY 205 South Main Street Burlington, N. C. So you wonted better student-foculty relations, huh? New dorm ' s best friend! BARBOUR DRUGS Edgewood Avenue Near The New Hospital Burlington ' s Most Complete Drug Store COLEMAN ' S Men ' s Dept. Stagg Shop Village Roor 437 S. Spring Street Burlington, N. C. CURRIN AND HAY Men ' s, Ladies ' and Student ' s Wear • Gant Shirts • Bass Weejuns • McGregor and Manhattan Sportswear • Lady Gant • Lady Manhattan • Miss Adventurer Quit the act Butts — you ' ve gotta pay the tox YOU ' RE INVITED to visit our new studios! Sixth Floor ALAMANCE MOTEL The South ' s most modern radio facilities. AM WBBB FM 5000 powerful watts in Burlington-Graham Plus full STEREO ! CANNON SHOE STORE Shoes for the Entire Family Cum-Park Plaza Burlington, North Carolina Compliments of KIRKS MOTOR COURT BLALOCKS A-1 CLEANERS Tuxedo Sales Rental Service Jurlington, N. C. Compliments of BELK-BECK COMPANY Burlington, Graham, High Point, North Carolina Kothy, who fold you that you could teach? Wear it in good health! Processes and techniques discovered today by the textile indus- try ' s Research and Development teams assure us that tomorrow ' s fabrics wiil wear longer, look better, be more comfortable and require tess care. Fabrics never thought possible are ' In the beaker ' ' today. Burlington Industries, Inc. " Executive Offices; Greensboro, North Carolina ® Compliments of VAUGHAN ' S SHOE SHOP Fine Shoe Repairing Elon College GATE CITY MOTOR CO. Chrysler-Plymouth Valiant-Imperial 320 North Forbis St. Greensboro, N. C. RITCHIE ' S DRIVE IN Restaurant and Tap Rooom Beverages — Pizzas Sandwiches-All Kinds 2401 S. Church St. Telephone— 228-9184 Inspiration for Exodus. Fred, you ' re fresh. Greensboro Visit our Colony Shop for your school clothes. SWIFT Cleaners Laundry Williamson Avenue Elon College, N. C. ' Some Day Service " Compliments of MELVILLE DAIRY Burlington, N. C. Phone CA 6-6391 For Home Delivery EARL ' S DRIVE-IN Beverages Pizzas Charcoal Burgers 539 So. Church Street Phone: 228-9324 Burlington, N. C. TO WORK FOR CONE... YOU ' VE GOT TO BE SHARP! . Z ' A company is only as good as the people who work for it. Cone Mills through its people has achieved an enviable position as a major producer of high quality textiles. To maintain this position Cone needs sharp young people with initiative and intelligence. Cone offers opportunities in four areas . . . production, administration, sales and research. Interested in joining this progressive organization? Write Industrial Relations Department, Cone Mills Corporation, Greensboi ' O, N. C. CONE MILLS CORPORATION " Where fabrics of tomorrow are woven today. " EXECUTIVE OFFICES Greensboro, N. C. FINISHING PLANTS Carlisle Greenville, S. Greensboro Haw River MANUFACTURING PLANTS— Avondale, Cllffside, Greensboro, Forest City, Salisbury, Pineville, Reidsville, Gibsonville, Haw River and Hillsboro in North Carolina. Greenville in South Carolina. 4CONE» Compliments of SELLARS DEPARTMENT STORE Burlington, N. C. Ron Hodklnson — Vice President of Junior Class. Compliments of ALAMANCE BOOK STATIONERY CO. 208 Maple Avenue Burlington, N. C. Judson Bryant — Junior Senator Fred Stephenson — President of Junior Class. Compliments of TROLLINGER ' S FLORIST Burlington, N c. Gay Yule — Secretary-Treasurer of Junior Closs. " O zo ltiii ' JZ Sanlkng " BANK OF HAW RIVER Burlington — Haw R iver Compliments of HEUY ' S BAR-B -Q Seafoods, Cf- icken, Steaks Sandv niches Compliments KOURY ' S 443 S. Main St. Burlington, N. C. Where Smart Women and Teens Shop Give them o hand, they ' re trying. I wanna hold your hand These are the conference champs?! THE REMNANT SHOP " Sew and Save " Cum-Park Plaza Shopping Center Burlington, N. C Compliments of A FRIEND Compliments of JAMES F. HAYNES FURNITURE COMPANY Williamson Avenue Elon College, N. C. ■) Sally McDuffie — Junior Senator. Joe Cote — Junior Senc ESQUIRE VIYELLA INTERWOVEN BACHELOR ' S FRIEND HOLEPROOF JIFFIES MOJUD KAYSER SCHIAPARELLI PHOENIX SAPPHIRE MERCURY SUPP-HOSE FOR MEN AND WOMEN Manufacturers and Distributors of Hosiery and Casual Slippers KAYSERROTH HOSIERY COMPMY, II. Burlington North Carolina Congratulations To the Class of 1964 LATHAM ' S GROCERY Elon College, N. C. GARRISON ' S SODA SHOP Opposite College Sandwiches Made to Order Complete Soda Fountain School Supplies — Beauty Aids Elon College, N. C. Congratulations To the Class of 1964 MOTHERS


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