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Jf 1 :;ail aa aaa IM3 a a 1967 Phi Psi Cli ELON COLLEGE Elon College, N. C Volume Lll Foreword Life is a never-ending search — search for truth, for understanding, for knowl- ledge. Man is guided in his quest by many lights that keep his journey from being a mere groping in the darkness. One of the brightest of these is the light of knowl- edge. Elon College, a four year liberal arts school, is a small part of the light of knowledge — a tiny ray in a gigantic beam that shines over the entire world leaving that which it touches better than before. As each student leaves Elon College, he carries with him a part of her light. But the light does not grow dimmer. Rather, it becomes brighter for it reaches greater distances. As the student enters the world of wind and darkness, there is the danger that he will fail to keep his light burning brightly. The light of knowledge may be compared to a campfire: if it does not re- ceive fuel, it will die. Education must not end when the student leaves the class- room. Each graduating class is presented with the challenge of keeping the light burning bright. But this is not enough; it must shine brightly and steadily. The challenge now goes out to the class of 1967. These students must carry the light of knowledge to regions that are eager to extinguish its flame. They must work faithfully and ceaselessly to see that the light is not hidden or hoarded but that it is spread to all parts of the world so that all peoples might know the freedom that comes with learning the truth. ii ' ' i im 1 li » iiyj m ' I :? •■ - %JB., ™ Guiding Light Page INTRODUCTION 2 Foreword 2 Dedication 5 ADMINISTRATION, FACULTY, and STAFF 16 President and First Family 18 Administration 1° Faculty 21 Staff 25 ORGANIZATIONS 26 Student Government Association 28 Maroon and Gold Staff 32 Phi Psi CM Staff 34 Honor Organizations 38 Elon Players ' 2 Elon Band " Cheerleaders 6 Religious Organizations ° GREEKS Sororities Fraternities Pan-Hellenic Council 56 SPORTS ' ' Basketball Football 82 Spring Sports °5 FEATURES Homecoming Queen and Court " Spring Week-end Queen " Who ' s Who 96 go Personalities STUDENT AND CAMPUS LIFE 106 Seniors 108 1 9 " Underclassmen ' - EPILOGUE 1 " ADVERTISEMENTS l ' To an Inner Light of Elon, We Dedicate Mr. Willian ■lend to Elon College students Mr. William Brown Terrell; a graduate in the class of 1925, a public school teacher, principal, and super- intendent; active in his church as church school teach- er and in various offices and capacities; participant in the affairs of his community; first, last, and always — a dedicated alumnus of Elon College As Alumni Secretary for Alma Mater he has bright- ened our days with his friendly manner, encouraged us with his helpful suggestions, and been for all of us a good neighbor and friend. In appreciation for his unselfish service to Elon Col- lege and for his interest in each of her students as in- dividuals, we dedicate the 1967 PHI PSI CLI to Wil- liam Brown Terrell. 1 Rays of As the sun shines on the Elon campus, its rays strike the cross of the O ' Kelly Memorial and are reflected in many new directions. As the student views the memorial from a distance, he may at first believe the cross it- self as the source of light. On a closer exam- ination, however, he real- izes that this is not the real illumination. It of- fers him no warmth as does the sun. At every bend of the road man is confronted with many lights — some real, others merely reflec- tors. From a distance it is difficult to know the valuable light from the one that has no meaning. Sometimes man chooses the wrong goal. He trav- els toward it believing that when he reaches it, he will have found life ' s meaning and his search will be ended. But when he arrives at his destina- tion, he finds no warmth, no meaning. His search will have been in vain. At Elon, it is hoped that the student will learn to distinguish be- tween the sources of light and the reflectors. Life is too brief to be filled with meaningless quests. Religion Are Ever Present The brightness of the Prayer Room stems from the spiritual communica- tion of the human and the Divine. The religious light shines bright for here is a place where peace and solitude may be found in the presence of God. Religion is main- stay of our lives and its light shines upon all of us, influencing our every thought and action. The quiet peacefulness of the Prayer Room offers an excellent place to medi- tate and talk with God. Perhaps the spiritual brightness of this room makes God ' s presence al- most tangible because it is the Lamp of God that illuminates this small temple of worship. Campus Life Within Alamonce students learn. Even its steps provide o place for last minute looks at notes. The Stars and Stripes are raised over Elon Is Filled With Sunshine An excellent marching bond, the Elon Band takes a moment to pose formally. L ▼ TW|g ?r : i4 Entertainment for All . . . The lighted pathway of the Colonnades sym- bolizes our lighted pathway to knowledge. We are guided down the long road into the future by the lights that shine along the way, and this future will not be a successful one without the knowledge we obtain as we walk the path Just OS the lights of the Colonnades light our path to knowledge, so does knowledge illumi- nate the path into the future. The knowledge we obtain here will remain with us throughout our lives and will determine to what extent we succeed or fail in our efforts to reach our goals. The lighted path is here for all to follow; it leads to knowledge and a successful future. Ham it up! The spotlight is on your talents. Girls from New Dorm, over the net and on Pull and tug! Oops . . . watch the mud! Shadows from the Oaks Provide Peace Take a walk at night and do not lose yourself in your own thoughts. Notice the world. The lights flic- ker; the shadows fall. Is your imagination playing tricks on you? Is the world taking on an eeriness? Maybe so! But these shadows — as unreal as they seem — are a parr of reality. Many things in life are just as shadows — being reel and unreal at the same time. An example was the awesome unrealness of that first flight into space which we knew was very real. But was it really possible or even probable? This description could be said of anything new and different. So when walking among shadows, do not fear the unknown. Run to meet the new and the unreal reality of life to come. •V . ' Colors from reflected light are these ort students bosic tools. An Elon lomp shines over the compus ' paths in the darkness. urn- JHftfrn m I k ' " y K SSfi? ' -v . ., Light Shines Forever Entering the Seminar History room, one is aware of varying degrees of brightness; there is the soft glow of the fire- place, the fresh sunni- ness of the windows, and, above all, the overpow- ering light of the chan- delier. Life is like this. There are bright spots of worm experiences, filter- ed rays of memory, and the overall guiding light of spirituality. And yet this larger light is a many - faceted one, re- flecting the smaller lights with increased illumina- tion We see in the chan- delier reflections of fire- light and sunlight, em- bers of understanding, and rays of knowledge. And it is from the small talk that goes on in such rooms as this that big ideas begin to take shape. Each human experience is fuel for the flame of lasting life. Life is a house forever being built, a construc- tion of brightness and height, of darkness and depth. It is an edifice of ever-changing blue-print. Our own campus at Elon is presently un der con- struction with the build- ing of men ' s new dormi- tories, a new Student Center, and sidewalks to lead us there. Ours is a growing cosmos, expand- ing physically as well as intellectually and spirit- ually. A house IS built of much more than steel beams and sturdy brick; there must be a founda- tion, a base broad enough to encompass the entire building. The foundation of Elon College is the never-ending search for knowledge, truth, and un- derstanding, upon which our social and academic activities are based. To guide us in our doily seeking, God ' s light of inspiration shines in- tensely, pointing out the bright spots of our en- deavors And, yet, with light, there will always be shadows: new places to explore, raw materials to transform, hidden excite- ment to discover. ' W -A-- lij tt%: ,da% . mf -- " 3. f i Sources of Light Our lamps of knowledge ore eighty-nine in number. Each lamp Is classified under a depart- mental torch such as Mathematics, Science, Language, History, or Music. Each student selects a torch to follow and each lamp guides the way for these students to light their lamp from the torch. Thus, the light of knowledge may spread throughout the world. Here is our appreciation to those who aid the light of knowledge at Elon College. President Presides Over All TO THE CLASS OF 1967: Welcome to the ranks of Elon Alumni ' . You have fulfilled the requirements for gradu- ation from college and you now )oin those who have hod the advantages of a college education and who consequently have on en- larged opportunity for service At the end of your college years ceremonies were held which were called " commence- ment. " The name is significant because in so many ways this is the beginning for you. You have studied here but your education has only begun What we have attempted to do IS to help you to build a foundation which prepares you to continue your efforts to be- come an educated person. We hope that you have learned to think and that you will make a better contribution to society because of the competence which you hove developed. Elon College has a basic Christian com- mitment. We hope and pray that during your years here your faith has been strengthened and that life will be more meaningful for you because of your experiences at Elon As you go forth to your chosen place in society, may you dedicate yourself to the service of God and your fellowman and may God richly bless you in all your efforts. J. Earl Doniele The First Family, Mrs Danieley, Ned, Dr. Danieley, Mark, Jane Administrative Officers Plan For. . . C. Fletcher Moore Dean of the College R. C. Baxter Director of Development W. E. BuHer business Manager And Advise Students Theo Strum Dean of Women W. Jennings Berry, Jr Dean of Men Andrew V. Beale Registrar I J A. S. Hassell Dean of Student Personnel Services Faculty Members Instruct Students . . . sMWmgiM ' S The Search for knowledge Department of Frencti the Department of Music Assf. Prof- of Health ond Political Sci€ Mathematics Economics and P.E, -sistant Professor of Associate Professor of Wendell, Bortholf Andrew V. Beole Froncis Albert Berces W. Jennings Berry, Jr. Roy R. Bowie assistant Professor of Registrar Assistant Professor of Dean of Men Instructor of English Music Assistant Professor of English Assistant Professor of In Bigger and Better WJMMi Ctor of Assis Physical Educotic m y M u E Betty K. Gcrow sociate Professor i English Chairman of the Cat. Gore John S. Graves Charles W. Horper, Jr. AKene B. Hassell Associate Professor of Social Science Teacher Education Christian Education Hard work at play Things . . . The attainment of new height; i illiam W. Horner James Howell Omo U. Johnson Guy Royol L iociote Professor of Professor of English Librorron of the Chemistry and Historical Society Geologv D I Vincent J. p. Lomphier Chorles Gilbert Latham Frances Longest Dorothy $. Moson Gory B. Mattocks Assistant Professor of Professor of Associate Professor of Assistant Professor of Ass;stant Professor o Mathematics Psychology ond Business Educotion Geogrophy Heolth, Physical Which Brighten the Path of Life M M Theodore E. Perkins Soyre Stevens Durword T. Stokes Professor of Assistant Professor ( French History I Theo Strum Choirman of the Deon of Wome Department of Associote Professo Education and Education Psychology Professor of Education Tessie Taylor Jomes T. Toney ssistont Professor of Assistant Professor ( Business Educotion Economics o. r Roberta Young Staff Facilitates Work Load DOP Gwaltney Catherine B. Halbert id Officer Secretcry to the Dean Virginia Richardson Mory D. Thomos Worden J. Updyke Secretory to the Director of Technicol President of the Services i N »n . •• ' iJt ' tu - .» ' - : Organizations The Light Of Work And Fellowship All organizations at Elon Col- lege offer the light of work and fellowship to the students. Or- ganizations, no matter what their particular purpose, serve as a wholesome outlet for talents of all types. Capable Officers Head-up Elon S.G.A. The Student Government here at Elon offers to the students a dem- ocratic form of government. In the Spring of 1966, votes were cast for these capable leaders With their guid- ance the student body is assured a voice in all the workings of the college. President — C. V. May, Jr Vice-President Dove Johnson Treasurer — John Nicks Secretory — Sharon Cable Senators Represent Students Well Row 1: Som Troy, Gregg Knott. Row 2: Gory Jones, Fred Row 1: Doug Landau, Phil Larabee, Nina Martin, Don Tarkenton, Standing: Moon. Missing: Sondy Bueschel, Hilda Eoson, Candy Hope- George Cannon, Bill Cominaki, Grainger Barrett. well. Seated: Morcio Henry, Carol Lupinacci, Francine Gifford, Ronnie Tugw Standing: Dale Morrison, Dempsey Herring, Jimmy Lunsford. Seated: Susan Heotwole, Karen Melberg, JoNelle Skipper, Mary Ann Underwood. Standing: Noel Allen, Jay Odgen, George Hughes. S.G.A. Committees work for d Spring Weekend Committee Toni Wray, Carolyn Wright, Diana Wood, Tom Word, Nancy Morgan, Roger Wood, Amy Thomas, Lyn Michaels, Karen Melberg, Corol Luppinacci, Cathy Ccpeland, Deino Lineberry, Bev Anderson, Entertoinment Committee Stewart Adams, Bob Williams, Gary Knapp, Sandy Carrington, Barbara Ippolita. Religious Life Committee Sondra Myatt, Joan Anderson, Ken Hollingsworth, Russell Schetroma, Mary Ar Kimboll, Star Kinney, Elizabeth Woolsey. Orientation Committee Front: Larry Mabe, Mane Schilling, Yvonne Grand- jean, Jim Howell. 2nd row: Som Troy, Deanie Longest, Sandy Bueschel, Mortha Kellam, Linda Wesley, Tom Fulcher, 3rd row: Derf Busick, Noel Allen, Jay Odgen, George Martin. the Good of Students Board of Governors Francine Gifford, Fred Moon, C. V. May, Noel Aller Gary Jones, Sam Troy. -i Seated: Johnson, Hughes, Richard Campus Crier Ken HolMngsworth, Dale Morrison, Dave Jim Howeli. Standing: Gregg Craig, George Tom Ward, Dwight Davis, George Martin, Becker, Pete Pefanis. Dance Committee Seated: Nancy Morgan, Bev Anderson, Martha Kel- lam. Amy Thomas. Standing: Ronnie Tugwell, John Lucas, John Little, Lyn Michaels, Linda Wesley, Mary Faust, Peggie Fergurson, Dempsey Herring, Clyde O ' Ferrell. State Student Legislature Seated: Carol Luppinacci, Sandra Bueschel, Fred Moon, Francine Gifford, Nina Martin. Standing: C. V. May, Don Tarkenton, Grainger Barrett, Noel Allen, George Scott. Maroon Gold Staff Publishes College Newspaper The college class in )ournalism pub- lishes the Maroon and Gold. They serve as the editorial staff and see the paper through the press. The news- paper IS published every two weeks and is a member of the North Caro- lina Collegiate Press. Don King Robert Moel Colonnades— A Creative Publication In today ' s Highly organized world there appears to be a great- er need for campus literary pub- lications than ever before. They provide for the serious mind a creative outlet. Colonnades and magazines like it are vital. They offer a cosmic idea which is uniquely individual and representative. Front: Nancy Myers, Sharon Dwyer. 2nd row: Pete DeVault, Bruce Given, Carl King, Doug Dwyer, Wayne Seymore, Bob Creadick. Wayne Seymore, Carl King, Bob Creadick DeVault, Bruce Given, Doug Dwyer Phi Psi Cli Co-Editor-in-Chief Nancy Boone Co-Editor-in-Chief Sandra Bueschel Administration, Faculty and Staff Francine Gifford and Jeanette Robinette Logs the Year Art Editor Susan Heatwole Features Editors Lydia Farrell, Barbara Hudson Sorority Editor Mary Ann Kimball Class Editors Pat Demeter, Peggie Ferguson, Martha Kellam, Pam Ow Fraternity Editor Derf Busick Phi Psi Cli Staff Seniors Editors llye George, Elaine Phelps Sports Editors Phil Larabee, Leon Tew Sandy Bueschel Business Manager Cathy Cobb Men ' s Interdormitory Council; The Men ' s Voice Richard Becker, Bill Scott, Steve James, Dempsey Herririg Women ' s Interdormitory Council; Governing Body Seated: Sandy Bueschel, Pom Owens, Marcia Henry, Sandy Bergman, Betsy Dcarbjrne, Cecelia Cobo, Ellen Hammersley, Carol Luppinacci; 2nd row: Beth Rountree, Elcanur Zczzo, Kay Thomas, Lynda Moggio, Marie Schilling, Susan Heatwole, Judy Coines, Kay Savage. The Elon College Honor Court: Preserve And Protect The Honor And Campus Codes Chief Justice John Liftle Left to right: Mr. Bortholf, Mr. Stokes, Phyllis Register, John Little. Academic Excellence; Order of the Oak Those students who have at least a junior standing with a cumulative grade point average of 3.30 are rec- ognized in the Order of the Oak. They are recognized for their superior scholarship and are encouraged to intellectual achievement. Seated: Lilo Patterson, Lmdo Hardie, Linda Durham. Stonding: Dean Moore Robert Beisinger, Jim Howell, Pi Gamma Mu; Distinction in the Social Sciences in this National Social Science Honor Society are represented those students and faculty members who have attained distinction in the fields of social sciences. Each year during the fall and spring, an election takes place at which time seniors and others who are eligible con enter the society. Seated: Becky Vltou, Marshall Montgomery. 2nd row: Mr. Stokes Mrs Williarr Mr. Baxter, Dr. Avizonis. 3rd row: Larry Mixon, Carl King, Jim Paine, Mr. Lathar Mr. Elder. Alpha Psi Omega Rates Excellent in Chapel Hill This year Alpha Psi Omega produced two plays, one for a benefit program for the Elon College Children ' s Home and the other to enter the Dra- matic District Festival. Snow White and the Mirror led the year ' s productions with six performances. All proceeds went to purchase books for the Children ' s Home. In the spring, Alpha Psi Omega produced Miss Julie which was taken to Catawba for the Festival. Here, the fraternity won a " Distinguished " Award which allowed them to enter the State Festival held at U.N.C. in Chapel Hill. In Chapel Hill, the judges awarded an " Excellent " award to the fra- ternity for their work. Officers of Alpha Psi Omego (left to right): Wayne Seymour, Linda Thompson, and Ted O ' Brecht. Members of Alpha Psi Omega (left to right): Nancy Boone, Ed Pilkington, sponsor; Nancy Newman, Bill Scott, Emily Anderson, Wayne Seymour, Linda Thompson, Ted O ' Brecht, Susie James, Wayne Seymour and Kathy Copeland, co-star winning Miss Julie. The cast of Snow White ond the Mirror, production for Children ' s f Home Benefit. g Back-stage crew for Snow White and the Mirror. Wayne Seymour, winner of " Distinguished " Acting Award in the District Drama Festival. KL .iigg|-- Elon Players Produce The Elon Players began the dra- matic year with the production of J. B., based on the Book of Job. The play, a success, added to the already high prestige of the Elon Players The Players produced the Man Who Wouldn ' t Go to Heaven in the spring and entered the play in the District Drama Festival. The play won an " Ex- cellent " Award for this production. Also in the spring, the Players staged the opera Die Fledermaus played by the Music Department. Elon Players (seated, left to right): Dawn Leiand, Lyn Sturkey, Todd White, Emily Ander- son, Nancy Myers, Ed Pilkington, Director; Nancy Boone, Ted O ' Brecht. (standing, left to right): Doug Dolan, Susie James, Carson Khutner, Nancy Newman, Bill Scott, B. Y. Ward, Kathy Copeland, Wayne Seymour, Denny Kopik, Larry Sage, Pot McClousland, Gordy Poyne, Linda Thompson. ( ( J.B J ) The cast and crew of the Mon Who Wouldn ' t Go to Heaven, production which won on " Excellent " Award in District Drama Festival. Scene from J. B.: Reporter and Girl tell J. B. and his wife, Sarah, of the automo- bile death of their children. Zeus and Nickols look over the scene of the women comforting J. B. after the bomb de- vastation. Rehearsing the Comforters ' scene from J. B. And the Band .1 W L« i X., , ;«■ • V ' --- Bond Members: Dovid Abernathy, Clyde Bailey, Butch Bayllff, George Cannon, Terry Delong, Linda Duhl, Howard Eaton, Danny Fields, Agnes French, Al Garrison, Bob Gregory, Wolly Hardwick, Judy Hordwick, Judy Hardy, Eddie Harris, Candy Hopewell, Bob Johnson, Gory Johnson, Carson Kuhurt, Tom Lewis, Don Livingston, Judy Lockhart, Kim Luffberry, Nancy Morgan John Papa, Cleo Perdue, Eugene Perry, Elwood Porshia, Elaine Sowyer, Tom Short, Terry Sink, Judy Stevens, Robert Truitt, Barney Tysor, Donnie Underwood, Richard Wotkins, Jim White, Liz Woolsey, Lindsey Wyatt. Majorettes: Candy Allenzo, Evaline Garrison, Connie O ' Brien, Kaye Savage, Anne Atwater. Jock 0. White Played on • • • Kay Savage, Anne Atwafer, Candy Allenzo, Evelyne Garrison. Anne Atwater Band Rehearsal Mr. Jock White Band Rehearsal Cheerleaders Spur Teams Mary Anne Underwood Heod Cheerleader — Sandy Bergmor Barbara Hudson I a..1 i 1 Leslie James and Betsy Patte Junie Sparks On to Victory Jane Holler, Cec Copo, Leslie James, Sandy Bergmon, Mary Anne Underwood, Jonelle Skipper, Junie Sparks. U.C.C.F. Promotes Christian Fellowship The UCCF (United Campus Christian Fellowship) is an organization whose pur- pose is to cultivate Christian character and to develop Christian fellowship on the college campus. The UCCF is composed of members of the United Church of Christ, and Moravian denominations. Meetings ore held bi-monthly. Jay Odgen, Susan Brown, Star Kinney, Jerry Shum, George Cannon. Seated: Joan Anderson, Peggy Bell, Susan Ellis, Star Kinney. Standing: Susan Odgen, Dave Corey, Jerry Shum, Russ Schertroma, George Cannon. Malthatians: Aim is to Promote Christian Understanding Seated: Becky Vit u. Piggy Leister, Dr. Reynolds, Liz Woolsey, Joan Anderson. Stonding: Doug Dolan, Joy Odgen, Lindsey Wyott, Jerry Shumm, Larry Sage, Russel Schertroma, Johnnie Massey. B.S.U. They Instill in Their Members a Sense of Christian Fellowship, Inspiration A Quest for Knowledge Carol Leffers, Edna Brantley, Archie Taylor, John Huges, Reverend Cockram. Elon Singers: Joy in Song The Elon College Singers, directed by Professor Bortholf, sing their way through the school yeor with a spirit in song. Their two annual performances of sacred music were Handel ' s Messiah for Christmas, and The Seven Lost Words of Christ during the Easter season. The Singers also hold a winter and a spring concert each year. The Elon Singers represent the true spirit of the sacred and the secular at Elon College. Quartet Danny Chilton, Carson Kuhurt, Ken Hollingsworth, Allen Bush, Randy Smart. Physical Education Majors ' Club: Promotes the Field of Health and Physical Education Officers Sondy Bergman, Wright Anderson, Ray Wilson Coach White, Coach Williamson. Row 1: Jerry Midkiff, Elaine Crowder, Pam McAdoa, Adrian Moen, Sandy Bergman, Ray Wilson. Row 2: Gene Brewer, Jerry Hogg, Tom Rodney, Bobby Ferrel, Wright Anderson, Bill Clarke. Row 3: Charles VanLeer, Bill Scott, Frank Meinch. W.A.A. Encourages Participation The Women ' s Athletic Associa- tion is an organization of all women students enrolled in Elon College. The W.A.A. Council is composed of the officers and rep- resentative s from the sororities, dormitories, and day students The W.A.A. encourages the participation of all girls in intra- mural sports. Beta Chi Epsilon— Business is Their Business Beta Chi Epsilon functions for the benefit of the secretarial stu- dents at Elon College. Each of the monthly meetings has a program planned to aid these students in understanding the workings of the business world. There are class- room demonstrations of the latest office equipment, visits to local businesses and industries, and lec- tures from members of these or- ganizations. The Ionian Society: Adventure in History and Social Science The Ionian Society is a group of students and faculty who are inter- ested in History and Social Sciences. The primary purpose is educational. They hear various speakers, sponsor field trips which will prove to be en- lightening, and have discussions and debates on topics of interest. The Ionian Society also strives to foster a feeling of unity among History and Social Science Majors. S.A.M.— EnlighteningOrganization for Business Majors The Society for the advance- ment of Management is a club which is two-fold in purpose: (1) to undertake, sponsor, or promote programs for the betterment of all students enrolled in the Business Department; (2) to take united action and promote business, social, and economic welfare of the individual members of this organization. the betterment of all usiness Department. pr- cowers ■ 2S£ 4K k YM v?-- Greek Flames on Campus The Greeks are known for their en- lightenment of the world in knowledge, friendship, and service. The Greek or- ganizations on Elon ' s campus main- tain this light. Each fraternity and sorority, different in its own right, is a lamp from which a student may choose a richer campus life. Each pro- vides friendship and loyalty among members; each allows a lifetime rela- tionship among members. Although there is a lasting bond within on or- ganization, each also reaches out into the " world of Elon " by offering an opportunity to add to the flame of service and socialization. Rush begins with the Dther-Sister porties. Get to know one onother ot the Sister party for rushees. Pan-Hellenic Council Heads Greek Week The pan-Hellenic Council ' s purpose is to provide o wholesome atmosphere among fraternities, sororities and ad- ministration. To accomplish this goal, the Council oversees rush during Greek Week. The Council also ensures fair- ness and is a beacon to ail Greek or- ganizations on campus ids accepted, Hell Week starts. Alpha Phi Omega, New Fraternity on Campus The purpose of this fraternity shall be to assemble college men in the fellowship of the Scout Oath and Low, to develop leadership, to promote friendship, to provide service to humani- ty, and to further the freedom that is our national, educational, and intellectual heritage. We, the members of the Alpha Phi Omega (local) Fraternity of Elon College, in order to secure for ourselves, the youth of the nation and of the world, the blessings that come from the Scout Oath and Law, and to deliver a program of service to our fellow-men, are striving to bring to Elon a more concrete atmosphere of brother- hood. We hope that out of this will come leader- ship from service to the campus, community, and nation. Officers: (standing, left to right) Steve Long, Historian; Mr, Lambert, Advisor; Mr. Alexander, Advisor; Mr. Gwaitney, Chm. of the Advisory Committee; Ken Holiingsworth, Chaploin; (seated, left to right) Dwight Davis, Recording Sec; Joy Ogden, 1st Vice- Pres.; Buddy Sizemore, Pres.; Gerry Oxford, 2nd Vice-Pres.; and JoHin Hughes, Corresponding Sec. John Hughes Steve Long Mike Magruder Bob Massey Jay Ogden Gerry Oxford Van Rascoe Buddy Sizemore Randy Sweeney Curt Tetley Alpha Pi Delta, Happenings in the Lambeth House Officers: (bottom to top) Bill Clark, Pres , ' Mike Aoron- son, Vice-Pres.; Tom Bennett, Recording Sec; and John Michaels, Tres. Mike Aaronson Noel Allen Casper Bayliff Ned Poole Bennie Saunders Gerald Schumm John Stubblefield Bob Sutherland Jerry Webb Milling around during a Highland Fling. f ' Snug OS a bug in a rug. ' ALPHA PI DELTA, ' 66- ' 67 . . . Aaronson takes a final swim . . . Allen, the Bible toter . . . Bennett gets trapped in bathroom . . . Bowers, Girls eyes light up when he goes by . . . Burke brings everyone a date to a party . . . Clark got a new toy to play with . . . Daike, the lover . . . Eaton, " honey lips " on the horn . . . Garrison got out . . . Groh, the sharpshooter . . . Harris, the teacher . . . King loses out on those Virginia trips . . . Mobe, the " Coped Crusader " . . . Michaels, get left at Duke much? . . . Pace, the Furman Flash . . . Poole, date much? Belton Saunders mode the big move . . . Benny Saunders, " May I get your car, moam? " . . . Schumm, the Big Proctor . . . Sutherland likes those nights out of town . . . Webb always ploys it cool Hughes, the great hen-pecked one . . . Bayliff, the White Buck . . . Stubblefield always dotes beautiful girls. f } Pals or Enemies? Iota Tau Kappa, Question Arises . . On or Off? Paul Admundson David Clorke Steve Caddell Tommy Davis Ferrol Edmundson u 1 th .a»l j Ml Officers of Iota Tau Kappa (left to right): Andy McPherson, Pres.; Bob Williams, Pres.; and David Clarke, Treas. Danny Fuller Carl Hiatt Mike Jones Gary Knapp Sonny Long George Lumboard Charles Maclntyre Andy McPherson n Lyn Michael John Nicks Sam Rankin Mike Spillane Bob Williams ITK Brothers relax during break. " He olmost didn ' t make through initiation. " The Brothers of lota Tau Kappa pride themselves on their strong feeling of brother- hood within the fraternity. Let us open the door and venture into the fraternity room. The first person we meet is the famous Gomer Pyle, olios Danny Fuller, who is sipping on his usual cup of coffee and smoking one of his four packs of Winstons. Sitting next to Mr. Pyle is a grand mammal called the " Whole-Toil " who to his close friend we answer to the name of Gary Knopp. We can ' t help but notice that Mr. Knapp is holding o cute little figure in his hand. Why, it ' s Andy " Stump " McPherson who is afraid of all the strange people entering the room and is being consoled by his brother. Suddenly, there is a knock on the door. It ' s a delivery man who is driving a large van and dropping off Dave Clarke since he can no longer fit into his Volkswagen. As things settle down a little, we become aware of a beeping sound coming from the corner of the room. We are told that it is " Radar " John Nicks sending messages to his new love. We ore also told that the boy sitting next to " Rodor " is Sam Rankin who has token time out to visit the fraternity room. Well, it ' s about time for the boys to feed the " Wildcat. " So, all those who haven ' t met him must leave. But before going, we ask the where- abouts of Joe Lee only to learn that his wife has refused him a night out again. Opening the door we hear news that shook us, Larry Mixon has received his first " B " at Elon and has committed suicide while Sonny Long and Ferrol Edmundson are anxiously awaiting our next initiation. You know what they soy — " A cat has nine lives! " Kappa Psi Nu, Mooney Loners (Standing, left to right) Vernon Walker, Pledge Master; Jim Payne, Pres.; ' Bobby Ferrell, Sergeant at Arms; (Seated, left to right) Charles Bright, Sec; Tom Campion, Vice-Pres,; and Larry Garner, Tres. ' ,1: ' Tom Camoion Larry Garner Joe Jessup U D W1 [1 B Greg Kr Bruce McCotte Richard Moon Jim Payne Bill Styles Wayne Smart Larry Small George Simon Ronald Tugwell George Watts Spill your drink? Well, guys, is it strength or height that counts? 1967 marks the 49th year of Kappa Psi Nu fraternity on the Elon College cam- pus. Under the leadership of Jim Payne, Kappa Psi, in 1967, followed its tradition of brotherhood, high moral probity, and academic excellence. We would like to pay special attention to each of our brothers in the order of their acceptance into the fraternity. " Head Honcho " Payne, better known as GLORI ... A BOY set the pace for the " red bandana " men this year — Dean is still looking for that tool kit — he is our cigar-smoking " Le General " . . . Brown is now flying high in the " friendly skies " . . . Styles, " W " to his brothers, believes that an apple a day will keep old " Doc " mighty busy . . . Lee, what was that Diana said ' ' Keep punchen . . . Oman, Kappa Psi now sleeps well with " William of Wel- come " on duty at the door . . . Lucas, " Johnny, the Grit " is dividing his time between Piedmont and Dink, along with a few compony trips . . . McCotter, any- thing you want to know, ask " Howdy Doody " . . . Denny, heard a rumor that " Ichabod ' s " is buying out Vikon Chemi- cal with the family candy wrappings . . . Green, " Pretty Boy " is following the Brook- wood tradition . . . Smart, " Snowman " sets the style with the girls, be they trans- fers or just girls in general? . . . Moon, " Alfred " , our campus commuter % Tarle- ton Avenue. . . . " Date " Clayton is our little " Don Juan " of the Physics Dept. . . . Tugwell, better known as " Tugsie " or " Little Art " has gone and done it again . . . Small, " Scoop " is starting at the bot- tom . . . V.P. of the " Daily Times " . . . Knott, " Greggy " what was that " K " for again! ' . . . Keith or . . . Baker, " Stump " watch out for those curbs ' ! ' !! . . . Cam- pion, " Headman " , Fenton ' s Follower . to the ROCK . . . " Q.P " Gerringer, what ' s your choice, the meeting or the grocery store? Last but not least is our class of the Fall of 1966. " Steps " Jessup sure loves that HAY . . . " Slick " Simon is the frot booky . . . how about the races or per- haps a card game . . . " Rooky " Ellis, our diamond star, is it Arlington or . . . " Fing- ers " Bright, better known as " Crickett " is our man at the window . . . Garner, our little " Apollo " makes it at Longwood ' , Lynchburg, U.N.C.G., State, Chapel Hill, and of course ELON . . . Walker " THE QUIET ONE " is No 1 HOT DOG ... Watts is our star on the fairway: " Little Boogey " gets ' em in . . . Bringing up the rear is Bobby " THE BODY " Ferrell who rounds out the brotherhood of Kappa Psi Nu for 1966-67. Do you mean still there? ell me that hole Sigma Mu Sigma A Fire at Neese House! Derf Busick Tommy Bryant Pete Coghill Kent Crim Butch Cocke Officers: (seated) Don King, Pres.; (standing) Derf Busick, Tn Dole Harrison, Sr. Vice-Pres,; Jimmy Lunsford, Sec, Don King Jimmy Lunsford Danny Moore Bill Onufrak Tom Payne Phil Shaw Roy Sonovick Randy Smart Bridge, the intellectuals ' game? Miss Linda Smith Sigma Mu Sigma Sweethe Hall! Harr-i-son static under the oaks . . . 75 yards to the gallon won ' t get you to W.C., will it Incar ' How about to Coghill ' s? Is T.G. really drawing Medicare? Nice punch bowl say the Hell ' s Angels and Butch still believes it ' s not if you win or lose, it ' s how hard you fight . . . Payne dedicates " Double Shot " to Phil. Phil dedi- cates Payne to Franky . . . Franky dedicates " My Girl " to the back phone. The campus cat says that Derf can make some fine noises . . . Pledges elect Dean nice guy of the week . . . SMS wins Homecoming . . . Lips that touch liquor shall never touch mine. Super has got a new favorite comic book character. Wedding bells for Don and Jim ... our sweetheart Linda for Roy. Good luck to all ... Tom says hi, Henry. The girls at E.C.C. say O.R. is a knockout . . . Inca says never let Bear be banker; Danny backs him up and, as usu- al, Frank W. agrees . . . GAC . . . McCiure and Herbert are a constant reminder of life at home and home is Neese House. What ' s the bruise on Frank ' s armi ' Drinkwater is in good shape: ask third West or the Draft Board. It helps to have the best advisors. Hey, Pete, how about Sat. night? Good-bye, class of ' 67; glad to have you, class of ' 70. Sigma Phi Beta, The Frat With Color Officers: (Seated) Pete Jarvis, President; (Standing, left to right) Roy Wilson, Tres.; Don Williams, Vice-Pres.; Doug Amick, Sergeant at Arms; and Clyde O ' Ferrell, Sec. Wright Anderson Doug Amick Sheldon Batchelder Mockie Garden Ron Foresta Tom Fulcher Bobby Halstead Mike Ray " " ' -■- H. L. Robinson Ken Shaw David Speight Tom St. Clair Jeff Toylor Norman Ward Merle Whitney Don Williams Ray Wilson Come in, girls! g 5l ' And what for you, little gii R?ASi KOKtNO KAA l Beware Vets ' We understand Ray has a ' Super Spy ' . It ' s not a rabbit that soys, " What ' s up, Docr ' " Speight has officially been named House Mother. Morrison says his suggestions on having more affairs with the sisters is strictly unbiased. Shaw has been described as o combination of Sammy Davis, Jr. and ' Lost in Space ' . Jarvis con talk a squirrel out of his last nut. Academy Award for directing ' John- ny T.S. ' goes to Hector. Tom Cat ' s hair is waving — goodbye. Is Delta U dirty rushing Sheldon! ' Mack says, " You gotta do like the whole do, adopt. " Taylor has what? Powered by garbage. Tom and Sandy broke up for the third time ... to- day ' Wilson — 2 hamburgers wha-wha- well-done — wha-wha with nothing on them. " It couldn ' t be me, " says Perry. " I had the mumps and they dropped on me. " For a pack of smokes and a brown button, H.L. will sell his life. Whitney was cute while he lasted. J.B. and the Strippers played poker over semester break. Three out of four prefer Holiday Inn to Fleetwood. Right Ron? That game Burgin and Perry played — did they call it peek-a-boo? Old smoothy Amick must watch ' What ' s My Line ' ' . Right, girls? Help Lights to the phone and dial third Virginia. Sigma Phis and their steady rock. Beta Omicron Beta Pledges Love and Friendship The Officers of Beta Omicron Beta: Front, left to right, Cothy Mangum. Corresponding Secretary; Martha Johnson, Recording Secretary; Bock, left to right, Billye George, Vice-President; Carol Reynolds, President; and eth Rountree, Treasurer. Beth Rountree Judy Stevens Betty Talley Rebecca Whitaker Sherry Whitley m W 1 " n 1 ' , I U,n . - [L- ' la i 11 " ■; ' v- . • ■ " ■ : £ -, . : Miss Carol Reynolds, Homecoming Sponsor Zip ' Zip ' Zee ' We are the girls from BOB. . . . having pledged our love and friendship . . . Hang on, Snoopy Judy, Judy, come blow your horn . . . bonds with the faculty closely tied . . . Carole on our side . . . Martha, were you really married on horse back? . . . Our candidate for homemaker of the year — Mrs. Council . . . Jane, sing our song in English, will you? . . . Pledges with the cleanest hair around . . . Who ' s Who said the owl Tom answers, Sandy Bueschel . . . Sondra, get off the telephone . . . But, Sharon, we ' ve already paid our S.G.A. fees . . . Kay is our June bride ... To the Children ' s Home with gifts for Christmas . . . Rumor — Becky is dying her hair red . . . Sue, is there really more than one way to skin a cat? . . . Put down the bat and the oriole, Peggy . . . Early quiet hours at Sandy Isley ' s house . . . Pledges, wipe well . . . We ' ll ever be true . . . The New Action Army and Terry — beautiful couple . . . Serenad- ing . . . Cathy, what can we sing? . . . Billye and Billy aren ' t twins ... To spring — with cherished memories of a banquet and BOB. " swaps " . . . Beth, think you can get any of us married free? . . . Could it be? . . . Someone jumped out of the stacks to pierce Betty ' s ears? . . . Sherry . . . getting in good with the towing company in case of a new Mustang wreck ... To coin a phrase — a Penny in the hand is worth two in the bush? . . . the Blue and the White . . . the finest that you ' ll ever know! ' Zip! Zip! Zee! Delta Upsilon Kappa United By Friendship The officers of Delto Upsilon Kappa: Front, left to right, Barbara Ippo- lito. President; Gail Edwords, Treasurer; Bock, left to right, Pat Demeter, Vice-President; Kay Thomas, Secretory. Barbara Ippolito baro Keppler Ann Lomberth Linda May Mary Alice Toylor Kay Thomas Linda Thompson Dolly Walker Gladys Wilson Miss Paulo Hudson, Homecoming Spor 1 . " Christmos with Sigma Phi ' Delta U . . . a group united by the bonds of sisterhood and welded to- gether through loyalty and devotion... Our Pres., Barbara — Homecoming Queen, Sweetheart of Sigma Phi, lead- er of the DYK ' s — it ' s amazing how well we accept foreigners these days . . . Hey, Barby, doesn ' t that song go " Put a Can-die in your window? " . . . " Parting is such sweet sorrow " , says Janie every night . . . No girls, Cathy really didn ' t transfer . . . Pledge Thompson, can ' t you ever do anything you ' re told? . . . Gladys has finally found the perfect guy — " Wilt the Stilt " . . . Speaking of putting the cart before the horse Paula — what are you two going to go with 800 pots and pons? ' . . . Elaine is going to the islands next year to sooth the restless natives . . . Then there ' s another sorority sister who didn ' t make it to bid night because she was hoarse and couldn ' t sing — isn ' t that the way it was, Kay? . . . Famous quotes from the group — " I want to be along, " say Junie and Johnny, Judy and Sheldon . . . Ann ' s famous last words, " Well — I think I funked it — but everybody did " . . . " Of course I love you madly, Gail, almost as much as my new Citroen " ... I can tell you every word that has ever fallen from his beautiful lips, " says Pat . . . Donna, " Now if you ' ll just tell me the reason for all this stupid stuff I ' ll be glad to do it " . . . Hey, fellows, don ' t sweat the draft. Miss May ' s joining the foreign service to get the country straight . . . Mary Alice will be the next world-famous frog specialist . . . Dolly plans to in- crease the population of blond, blue- eyed children. Then there ' s Sessoms, our famous orchid-covered statuesque beauty . . . So here ' s a little song to Delta U ' Welded together through loyalty and devoti Pi Kappa Tau Promotes Sisterly Love The officers of Pi Kappa Tau: Left to right, Betsy Dearborn, Treasurer; Carol Lupinocci, Vice-President; Goil Campbell, President; and Peggy Beole, Treasurer. Gail Campbell Janice Carter llene Costner Betsy Dearborn Wanda Edwards Mary Faust Ellen Hommersley Susan Heotwole Marcia Henry Flora Hovis Mary Ann Kimba Diano Lewis Carol Lupinocci Karen Melberg Lynda Moggio Pom Dwen Phylli Register Gail Summers Vickie Thomas Phyllis Tilley Mary Anne Unde Miss Susan Heatwole, Homecoming Sponsor " The sisterhood of Kappa Tau is one we all hold dear . . . Gail Summers found a rock? . . . Chipmunk cheers . . . Alpha Pi chose Flora as their sweetheart . . . Coun- selors galore, Marcia, Pam, Ellen, Linda, Susan and more . . . What? Mr. Horton needs 24 girls to serve tonight? Our Who ' s Who Four — Gail, Lupie, Susie, and Mary Ann . . . Phyllis gets his pin ... 50c Please . . . Peggy ' s conversations with Ext. 300 ... Pledges Diana, Wanda, and Janice conducting Beethoven ' s Fifth ... A patent for Phyllis T. ' s laugh? ... Art Linkletter ' s Kiddies never looked so good . . , llene, not Physics for the third time ' . . . Jane ' s colls from Rhode Island . . . " As much as you can take, Mary " . . . Visitor causes panic at Moonelon . . . Vicki popular at Rush parties . . . Karen replaces Goren on Bridge . . . Betsy polices the dorm . . . Jenny, the perfect advisor . . . What do penquins symbolize? Truth, purity, kindness — " for all the girls who pledge themselves as sisters of Kappa Tau. " Would you believe our odvisor, Jenny Beale? ' Tau Zeta Phi Demonstrates Loyalty Officers of Tau Zeta Phi: (Front, left to right) Hilda Eason, Treasurer; Francine Gifford, Corresponding Secretary; (Bock, left to right) Rita Apple, Vice-President; Marie Schilling, President; and Deanie Longest, Recording Secretary. De De Ahladas Rito Apple Sandy Bergman Myra Boone Cathy Cobb Cec Cobo Hilda Eason Eveline Garrison Francine Gifford Sherri Hepburn Leslie James Martha Kellom Deanie Longest Carol Moore Betsy Patterson Kay Savage Marie Schilling Jo Nelle Skipper Anne Stegall Jean Stevens Amy Thomas Lindo Wesley Eleanor Zezzo jchilling, Homijc. .mi ng Sp " WE ARE TAU ZETA GIRLS ... " So we aren ' t the most organized but we manage to get things done . . . Dorm Council President . . . five cheerleaders . . . three maiorettes ... six Homecoming representatives . . . and that ain ' t all ... KAPPA PSI NU are our Brothers! . . . Deanie-KYN ' s sweetheart . . . wonder why? . . . " W " is for Rita ... Jo Nelle — a KY Scum is her loyal chum . . . Let ' s not forget our music lovers . . . How about a little baritone, Pearl? . . . Linda — It ' s the same old song, " BUTTONS and BOWES " . . . Carol — Tou Zeta ' s own Lady Godiva . . . Our officers are something else . . . Our treasury ' s a little low . . . know anything about it Hilda ' ' . . . Cec-Who ' s Chaplain " " ???? Eveline-TZ spirit all the way . . . Sandy, What ' s this about " work, work, work, for those who ore dedi- cated? " . . . and then there are our fun-lovers . . . Myra — our Honda Honey with the tenni- pumps on ... Every thought of installing a private phone, Francine? . . . Pledge Ahladas, have yoj had any Cop ' n Crunch lately? of cojrse we all have our goals . . . Marie finally found a Buddv . . . Pledge Patterson ' s favorite game, " Get Smart " . . . Hey, Anne, did you ever get that Atwoter sign? ... we have some campus cuties too . . . Kay, you sure swing a mean baton, and that ain ' t all " That mega- phone ' s q; big OS you are, Leslie . . . Your contacts ore working better. Amy . . . Let ' s go over it one more time, Eleanor. " The rain in Spain falls mainly on the plain. " . . . There ' s no CORN to our Cobb . . . Jean, what can we soy? . . . " Hearts with hearts beating in unison ever " . . PHI!!! We are the girls of the TAU ZETA " What a stacked group! " ' Did Eveline get a cigar Athletes Shine in Sports Elon provides students an opportunity for athletic endeavor with a variety of sports. The program gives competition for both individual and team efforts. Team- work begins the year with football and basketball and ends it with baseball. For individual merit, one may participate in track, tennis, wrestling and or golf. Through the years in the Carolina Con- ference, Elon has gained a reputation of sportsmanship and of quality in their ef- fort to win. With this tradition, Elon may look forward to a bright future. Basketball SCOREBOARD Elon 64, Elon 84, E!on 79, Elon 77, Elon 90, Elon 64, Elon 75, Elon 65, Elon 78, Elon 72, Elon 67, Elon 83, Elon 72, Elon 73, Elon 64, Elon 51, Elon 69, Elon 79, Elon 70, Elon 81 Elon 75, Elon 71, Elon 77, Elon 75, Wofford 77 Guilford 97 Cotowbo 77 Pfeiffer 59 A.C.C. Lenoir Rhyne 75 High Point 96 Appalachian 74 South Carolina 102 Wofford 71 Lenoir Rhyne 75 Campbell 79 Catawba 60 High Point 79 Catawba 68 Presbyterian 49 Western Carolina 83 Pfeiffer 60 Appalachian 75 Presbyterian 61 Pembroke 86 Western Carolina 75 Campbell 78 Guilford 80 TOURNAMENT Elon 80, Western Carolina 62 Elon 82, Appalachian 89 Cooch Miller talks it over with the boys during a time out Jimmy Friesinger Henry Goedeck l1 PS S w ¥Wi w-JSm i ■ 9 l Davis drives for two points. Goedeck has to go high for a basket. McGee with a short lumper Christians Shine In 9-15 Season Goedeck tips it in. Goedeck takes one from long range. Davis loys it up and in. Bowes takes it in for o boske Goedeck shoots and Bowes covers the rebounding Third Place In Conference Tournament Davis scraps for the rebound Goedeck dances them in! Fighting Christians in Football Elon 12 Emory and Henry ... 14 Elon 13 Guilford 35 Elon 2 Appalachian 8 Elon 6 Presbyterian 21 Elon Carson-Newman .... 14 Elon 39 Catawba 28 Elon Western Carolina . . .34 Elon 6 Newberry 28 Elon 14 Lenoir Rhyne 22 Elon 6 Frederick 28 Team-work begins with practi: Christians ' defense tightens up. Beole breaks loose for a long gaii Christians Sparkle in 39-26 Homecoming Win Christions find it tough going in the midd Oliphant brings the dow Christian defenders close in tor the tackle. Gridders Compile 1-9 Rec ord M " Hit ' em high ... Hit ' em low ... " 9 5 m 1 u Kra H r Wrestling First Row: Jack Shirley, Israel Gabrie, Mike Magruder, Jerry Johnson, Phil DeRisi Second Row: Leon Tew, Dave Harrison, Phil Larrabee, Bill Newson, Mel Allison. Third row: Gene Shaffer, John Anderson, Dickie Walters, Steve Conners, James Zumwalt, Mr Sebo, (coach). Baseball First Row: Comar Shields, Herbie Johnson, Dempsey Herring, Ray Wilson, Joe Byrtus, Larry Collins. Second Row: H. L. Robinson, Marshal Montgomery, Jock Bursche, Bobby Bulla, Alan Groh, Robbie Ellis, Tommy Newsome, Ron Tugwell, Jerry Jackson. Third Row: Ron ForestQ, Sam Moon, Tom Fucher, Tom Hauser, Paul Amundsen, Dean Coleman (manager), J. W. Pace (manager), Burgin Beale, Perry Williams, Ron Fitch, Coach Jack Sanford. SCOREBOARD Elon 0, Pembroke 5 Elon 1, Williams Elon s! Williams 1 Elon 4, Campbell 9 Elon 3; Appalachian Elon 1, Guilford 2 Elon 2, High Point 6 Elon 0, Newberry 1 Elon 5, Newberry 6 Elon 5, Appalachian 13 Elon 1, Wilmington 4 Elon 3 ' , Wilmington 5 Elon 1, Western Carolina 5 Elon 3, Western Carolina 4 Elon 3, High Point 4 Elon 5, Catawba 1 Elon 6, ACC. 14 Elon 3, Campbell 13 Elon 2, Lenoir Rhyne 1 Elon 1. Pfeiffer 5 Elon 0, Guilford 5 Elon 5, Pfeiffer 2 Elon 6, ACC. Elon 9, Presbyterian 1 Elon 11, Presbyterian 1 Tennis ' 66 Don Weed, Mike Meachum, Sandy Carrington, Jim Ritter, Henri Descheemaeker Elon 3, ACC 4 Elon 2, State Frosh 7 Elon 0, Carolina Frosh 9 Elon 1, Wake Forest 8 Elon 4, Guilford 3 Elon 4, Guilford 3 Elon 0, Appalachian 9 Elon 0, Pfeiffer 7 Elon 0, Pfeiffer 7 Elon 0, Carolina Frosh 9 Elon 7, Ferrum 2 Elon 2, ACC. 5 Elon 3, High Point 4 Elon 2, High Point 5 Golf ' 66 Elon 13, ACC. 11 Elon 13, Guilford 11 Elon 16, Pfeiffer 14 Elon 12, Pfeiffer 8 Elon 41 2, Wilmington 22K2 Elon 4, Catawba 20 Elon 4, High Point 20 Elon 6V2, Appalachian I7J 2 Elon 10 ' 2, High Point I31 2 Elon 9 ' 2, Catawba I4V2 Elon 18 ' 2, Milligan 5 ' 2 Elon 9, Appalachian 15 Elon 15, Wilmington 9 Elon 7th in Conference Meet Elon 10th m NAIA District Track ' 66 First Row: Jerry Hogge, David Gentry, Wayland Pond, Dovid Oilphant, Don Goldberg, Bucky James, James vAyers. Second Row; Coach Bennett Williamson, Wright Anderson, Jerry White, Bobby Ferreli, Bill Frank, Alex Burnetfe, Perry Williams, Lloyd Kanipe, Ted O ' Brecht Elon 42, Catawba 92 Elon 34, Wofford 70, Brevard 66 Elon 55, Campbell 76 Elon 34, H. Point 103, Guilford 39 Elon 53, W, and 1. 92 Elon 47, Catawba 83 Elon 79, A. C, C, 61 Elon 56, Guilford 70, A. C. C, 42 Elon 46, Campbell 81 Elon 9th m NAIA District Meet Elon 6th in Conference Meet iiitiaiii the finish line ohead of the Campbell runner Those in the Spotlight Those in the spotlight include not only beauty, but intellectual and cultural en- tertainment as well. To provide a well- rounded college atmosphere, the S.G.A., Liberal Arts Forum, and the Lyceum Com- mittee sponsor various activities including festivities, speakers, and performers. Show and pageantry — with our best foot for- ward, we proceed to show our beauty, our brains, our moments of mutual pride. I I 1 I J Barbara Ippolfo HOMECOMING . r 1 lll N pU i p ' r . ELON COLLEGE Presents Homecoming 1966 We have chosen to picture the loveliness of a pretty face — Homecoming Queen 1966, Miss Barbara Ippolito, who was selected by the student body of Elon College. Included in her extra-curricular activities are Delta Upsilon Kappa president and Sigma Phi Beta Sweetheart. The twenty- year-old Queen resides in Burlington, N. C. C. V. May ads o crowning kiss. The Queen and her court odd to the beauty of the game. Queen Barbara and her escort Don Morrison .make their entrance into the dance. Students Elect QUEEN ' S COURT X Miss Myra Boone r , es i Miss Anne Stegall s Spring Weekend Qu n Miss Barbara Hudsoji Highlight of May: Spring Week-End Spring week-end opened with a dance on Friday night. Saturday, the Beauty Contest was held and Miss Barbara Hudson was crown- ed as Queen for the week-end. Following the crowning, a carnival with booths of various campus ' organizations was set up. And a good time was held by all! Also on Saturday night, a concert was given starring Jay and The Americans. A memorable performance given, Elon students raved for weeks about the week- end. To end this week-end, the trio, Warner, Porter, and Warner, gave the Sunday after- noon concert held under the oaks. This, the second Spring Week-end held at Elon College, was a delight and joy for the students. Crowning touch for Barbara Hudson, Spring Weel -end Queen. The Court looks on May. bora Hudson is crowned Spring Queen by S.G.A. President C. V. WHO ' S WHO SELECTED FOR ' 67 Mr. Don King Mrs. Susie Boone Miss Sandra Bueschel Mrs. Mary Ann Barnes Miss Gail Campbell Miss Carol Lupinacci Personalities Highlight Special Moments at Elon College The trio Warner, Porter and Warner gove the Sunday after- noon concert during Spring Fes- tivities. Jay ond the Americans, presented in concert, climaxed a beautiful spring week-end. The vibrations played for the Saturday night Homecoming Donee. r-r, Liberal Arts Forum Stimulates Intellectuals ■ " % OF - ■m|r. ff i% p ?- Liberal Arts Forum: (standing, left to right) Alex Olive King, Mr. Elder, Robert Modell, (seoted) Fred Bright, Linda May, and Fred Moon. Drd, Darryl usiand, Der Jennus, Carl ny McGuire, Lyceunn Committee: (standing, left to right) Rev. Graves, Mr. Elder, Oliver Halle, Stewart Adams, Mr. Westafer; (seated) Mr. Pilkington, Mr. Daniel, Linda Duhl, Dr. Moffett, and Dean Moore. f- Lyceum Committee Provides Culture Candid Camera at Elon Elon Marching Band parades during Homecoming Festivities. J iyr ' ' ' ti Scenes from Homecoming Ain ' t love grond?! Won ' t we ever grow up?! E. I Snoopy, but no Red Baron? Since when ore we known for preaching Hell and Damnati ' A Share of Elon ' s Talent " Little Boy Blue, come blow your hon Allen Bush, Randy Smart, and Dave Layton belt out another one. Elon ' s Natural Beauty When snow falls, students Qt Elon enjoy the beauty of ..i -- whiteness. Lamps of Knowledge Through these colonnades pass a small ray of the light of the world. For the stu- dents of Elon, this sturdy stone structure echoes with the precious memories of years filled with laughter, tears, friendship, and dreams. The freshmen begin their passage through these portals with beanies, name tags, and an uncertain stride. But soon these frightened freshmen flower into secure sophomores and juniors who pass through these ivy-covered colonnades aware of the beauty and wonder to be dis- covered from within. Then as the Seniors stroll through their beloved archways, they hesitate misty-eyed to reflect upon all the wonderful memories these colon- nades have bestowed upon them. As one be one these Seniors take their places as freshmen in life, they carry in their hearts a tiny flickering candle lit from the bright lamp of knowledge forever flaming within these stately colonnades. Elon Gradu Senior officers; President, Gregg Knott; Vice-President, Sam Troy; Secretar Treasurer, Hilda Eason. Aoronson, Michael Joy — CHM Flushing, N. Y. Amick, John Douglos — BA Burlington, N. C. Anderson, Mory Emily - - EL Asheville, N. C. Apple, Rito Nell — BE Burlington, N. C. Bognell, Charles Robert — BIO College ates Begin . You ' ll lough too when you ' re a Senior Bueschel, Sandr Groham, N. C. Bush, Burnice Allen, Jr Eclipse, Vo. Last Days Edward — HST Clark, Williar Elon College, Coble, Charles R. — MTH Coghlll, Peter Morley — BA Cohen, Ronnie Dean Wilmington, Del. Comer, Groee Ellen — ENG Seagrove, N. C. Conally, Thomas Grody — CHM Cordes, Charles Dav Arlington, Va. of College Life Richard Arthu Greeson, John Michoel MTH Burlington, N, C, Gregory, Robert Leslie BIO Norfolk, Vo Grimson, Mortho Motf lew t Rockville, Md. Groh, Alon Holmes — PE Washington, D. C. With Bright the Fut McNoir, Noncy L. — ENG McPherson, Cheraw, 5. Andrew P. C — BA McPherson, Burlington, Linda Ruth N C, — MTH McPherson, Haw River, Rickey A. N, C. — HST Moy, Carl Vitus, Jr. — BA Burlington, N. C. Moy, Lindo Jeanne — PHL Richmond, Va. Montgomery, Marshall W. — HST Burlington, N. C. Morgon, James Dovid — MTH Burlington, N. C Hopes for ure O ' Ferrell, Clyde Johnson Peorse, Thomas Dean hillips, Patricio Ion College, N. e, Weldon Evon ng, Larry Alon — SS Robinson, Henry L., Jr. Lumberton, N. C. Roper, Robert Aso Chase City, Va. Sowyer, Modonno Elaine — MUS Washington, N, C, Schilling, Marie T. — BE Roanoke, Va Schoonmaker, Poul G. — HST Show, Lloyd Felix, Jr. — ENG Greensboro, N C. Shull, Graeme Hunter — ENG Charlotte, N. C. Smart, Dennis Wayne — BA Ugh! Muddy agaii Which Begins with Graduation Spring, and soon Mognolio blosson There is a guiding light which ushers us into the world of learning, its beams are the beams of desire, direction, and determination. And there is a light which shines on us when we remain in this world; it is the light of knowledge. For it is those things which we know, which we can recognize and confirm as truths thot reward us and fulfill the destiny of our rationality. Never is there a fact so small, on idea so universal that we cannot challenge its authority, test its assertions, and ponder its relevance to our own thinking. Man is a rational animal, but until he lights the flame of intellectual inquiry, he is a beast in the dark. Unquestioning man is a temporary flicker; rational man is an eternal flame. Senior Directory MICHAEL JAY AARONSON Senate 3; Homecoming Committee 3; Spring Weekend Committee 2, Class President 3; Homecoming Commit- tee Float; Alpha Phi Delta; Pan-Hellenic 3; Vice- President 4; Chemistry Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Temple Emanuel in Greensboro 1, 2, 3, 4. JANQUELINE L. ABERCROMBIE JOHN DOUGLAS AMICK Sigma Phi Beta 2, 3, 4; Sgt.-at-Arms; Young Demo- crats Club 3; Business Club 2; German Club 2, 3; S.A.M. Club 3, Treasurer 4; Football 1 ,2, 3, 4: Intra- murals 3, 4; Orientation 2; " E " Men ' s Club 1, 2, 3, 4. HOWARD DOUG APPLE French Club 2, 3; SAM. 4. RITA NELL APPLE Tau Zeta Phi 2, Recording Secretary 3, Vice-Presi- dent 4; Honorary Marshal, Summer School 3; Phi Psi Cli, Business Manappr 3; Homecomina Sponsor, Jun- ior Class 3; Spring Weekend, Junior Class 3. PATSY BULLA BARKER Board of Elections 3; Pi Koopa Tau 2, 3: Women ' s Interdormitory Council 3; German Club 2; Student National Education Association 3; Intramurals 2, 3. JOHN THOMAS BENNETT Alpha Pi Delta, Corresponding Secretary 3, Record- ing Secretary 4; Maroon and Gold 3; Intramurals 2, 3, 4. SANDRA JEAN BERGMAN Dance Committee 1; Board of Elections 2, 3; Tau Zeta Phi 2, Treasurer 3, 4; Phi Psi Cli, Feature Editor 2; Women ' s Interdormitory Council, Treasurer 3, Presi- dent 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; All Campus Volleyball Team 1, 2, 3; Delegate NCARFCW 2; Cheerleader 2 3; Chief 4; WAA 1, Secretary 2, Vice-President 3, President 4; Homecoming Sponsor 3; Board of Elections 2, 3; Dance Committee 1; P.E. Major ' s Club 1, 2, Secretary-Treasurer 3, 4: WAA Award 3, 4; Planning Committee for Long Student Center 3. MYRA ELIZABETH BOONE Tcu Zeta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; President 3, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; UCOCF 3, 4; Pan-Hellenic, Sec.-Treas. 3; WAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3; Homecoming Court 3, 4; May Day Court 3; P. E. Major ' s Club 3, 4. SUE KIMBALL BOONE Orientation Committee 2, 4; Pi Kappa Tau, Vice-Presi- dent 1, 2, 3, 4; Marshal 3; Who ' s Who 4; Phi Psi Cli 2, 3, 4; Women ' s Interdormitory Council, Parliamen- tarian 2, Secretorv 3: UCOCF 2, 3, 4; Women ' s Ath- letic Association 2, 3. FREDERICK WESLEY BRIGHT Homecoming Committee 3; Float Committee 2, Sigma Mu Sigma 2, Secretary 3, 4; Phi Psi Cli Co-Editor 3, Advisor 4; Intramurals 2, 3; Liberal Arts Forum 4; Board of Elections 3; Southern Historical Association 3, 4. SANDRA JOHANNA BUESCHEL Student Senate 4; Entertainment Committee 2, 3; Orientation Committee 4; State Student Legislature 4; Homecoming Committee 2; Beta Omicron Beta 1, 2, President 3, 4; Marshal 3; Who ' s Who 4; Phi Psi Cli 3, Co-Editor 4; Women ' s Interdormitory Council 2, 3, 4; Pan-Hellenic, Treasi ' rer 4; Judicial Committee 4; Homecoming Sponsor 4; Women ' s Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4. BURNICE ALLEN BUSH, JR. Spanish Club 2, 3; Student National Education Asso- ciation 2, 3; Intramurals 1; Choir 1, 2, 3; Elon Quartet 3, 4; Elon Players 1, 2, 3, 4; Elon Singers 1, 2, Vice- President 3, 4. DEUEL MONROE BUSICK, JR. German Club 3; NEA 3, President 4. FRED DE GROTTE BUSICK Honor Court Jury 3; Food Committee 3, 4; Phi Psi Cli 4; Sigma Mu Sigma 3, 4; Orientation Committee 2, 4; Business Club 2, 3; Young Democrats Club 3; Intra- murals 1, 2, 3, 4; Society for Advancement of Manage- ment 4. JIMMY BYRD Baptist Student Union 3, 4. GAIL CAMPBELL Student Senate 2; Honor Court 1; Class Secretary- Treasurer 3; Pi Kappa Tau 2, 3, President 4; Who ' s Who 3, 4; Student National Education Association 2, 3, 4; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Homecoming Sponsor 3, 4; Spring Weekend Chairman 3; Ministerial Associatiori 2, 3, 4; WAA 1, 2, 3, 4; North State Student Govern- ment Association 1; State Student Legislature 2, 3. WILLA RAYE CAMPBELL Marshal 3; Society for Advancement of Management, Corresponding Secretary 3, 4. JANIE LEE CARR Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4; Maroon and Gold 4. DAVID ANDREW CHAPMAN Intramurals 4. MARVIN EDWARD CHEWNING Maroon and Gold 4; Young Democrats 4; Track 2, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Ionian Society 3, 4; Board of Elections 4; Dance Committee 3; Entertainment Com- mittee 2. WILLIAM FRANCIS CLARK, JR. P. E. Major ' s Club 2, 3, 4; Alpha Pi Delta 2, Social Chairman and Sgt.-at-Arms 3; Presiden t 4- Intramu- rals 1, 2, 3, 4. PETE COGHILL Sigma Mu Sigma 3. 4; Young Reoublicans Club 2; Business Club 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. RONNIE COHEN Business Club 2; Intramurals 3; Dean ' s List 3. GRACE ELLEN COMER Honorary Marshal 3; NEA 4; WAA 1, 2, 4. THOMAS GRADY CONALLY Sigma Mu Sigma 2, 3; German Club 1; Chemistry Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 2. J. ILENE COSTNER Honor Court 2; Pi Kappa Tau 1, 2, 3, 4; Maroon and Gold 4; Campus Crier 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; WAA 1; Board of Elections 2; Nominating Committee for Who ' s Who 4; Methodist Student Fellowship Award 3. JAMES B. DAILEY Maroon and Gold 2; Track 2, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Ionian Society 2; Physical Education Club 4. ' ' ' JANE BENTON DAILEY Election Committee 3; Women ' s Interdormitory Coun- cil 2; Student National Education Association 3, 4. Senior Directory LINDA EILEEN DURHAM Marshal 3; Order of the Oak 3, Secretary 4; Choir Soloist 2, 3, 4; Elon Singers 2, 3, 4; Monroe Christian Education Personality Award 3. HILDA CORNELIA EASON Senate 4; Financial Committee 4; Senior Class Sec- Treas.; Tou Zeta Phi 2, Historian 3, Treasurer 4; Mar- shal, Summer School 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. LINDA GAIL EDWARDS Delta Upsilon Kappa 2, 3, Treasurer 4; Colonnades 3; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Women ' s Athletic Association 1; Homecoming Sponsor 4. AGNES LOUISE FRENCH Marshal 3; Beta Omicron Beta 1, 2, 3, 4; Elon Singers 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 4; Chapel Organist 1, 2, 3, 4; Col- legium Musicum 3, 4; Elon College Community Orch- estra 1, 2, 3, 4; Shackley Organ Award 1; Organ Re- citals 1, 2, 3, 4. BILLYE VIRGINIA GEORGE Beta Omicron B eta 2, WAA Representative 3, Vice- President 4; Senior Editor Phi Psi Cli 4; NEA 4; In- tramurals 1, 2, 3; WAA 1, 2, 3, 4. GWENDOLYN KAY GERRINGER Beta Omicron Beta 1, 2, 3, 4; NEA 2, 3, 4; United Church of Christ Fellowship 2, 3, 4; WAA 1, 2, 3; Community Relations Committee 4. THOMAS C. GIFFORD Homecoming Committee, Chairman 2, 3; May Day Committee, Co-Chairman 1; Who ' s Who Nominating Committee, Chairman 4; Spring Weekend Committee, Chairman 2, 3; Planning Committee for Long Student Center 2; Ionian Society 3, 4; Dance Committee 1, 2; Nominating Committee for Homecoming Queen 3; Southern Historical Association 3, 4. ANN GORDON Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Elon Singers 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 4; Collegium Musicum 3, 4. JOHN MICHAEL GREESON Maroon and Gold 4. ROBERT LESLIE GREGORY, JR. German Club 2, 3; Track 1, 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Methodist Student Group 3. MARTHA MATTHEWS GRIMSON Honor Court 1, 2, 3: Stur ' ent National Education Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Elon Players 1; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Women ' s Athletic Association 1, 2, 3; Lyceum Committee 4. ALAN HOLMES GROH Alpha Pi Delta, Sgt.-at-Arms 1, 2; President of Pan- Hellenic Council 3, 4; Baseball 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Orientation Committee 2; P. E. Major ' s Club 3, 4. OLIVER GRANT HALLE Intramurals 3, 4; Methodist Student Union 3; Lyceum Committee 4; Southern Historical Association 4. CARL PEIFFER HIATT Community Relations Committee, Chairman 4; Intra- murals 3; Iota Tou Kappa 4 MARY BETH HOFFMAN Homecoming Committee 4; Sprino Weekend Commit- tee 2; Campus Crier 2; Intramurals 2; Women ' s Ath- letic Association 1; Development Committee 2; Enter- tainment Committee 2; Homecoming Nominating Committee 4. LOU ROSS HOPEWELL Student Senate 4; Phi Psi Cli 4; Girls Tennis Team 1, 2, 3; Intramurals 4; Big-Brother, Big Sister Program 4- Women ' s Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4. JANE CAROL HOLLER Homecoming Committee 1, May Day Committee 1 ; Freshman Class Vice-President; Delta Upsilon Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4; NEA 3; Intramurals 2, 3; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; WAA 1 ; Homecoming Sponsor 2, 4; May Day Court 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Committee 1; Publicity Com- mittee 4. PAULA SUE HUDSON Delta Upsilon Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4; Marshal 3; Intra- murals 1, 2, 3, 4; Pan-Hellenic Council 3; Dance Com- mittee 2; Women ' s Athletic Association 1. WILLIAM ROSCOE JARVIS Sigma Phi Beta, Secretary 2, Vice-President 3, Presi- dent 4; German Club 2, 3; NEA 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Committee 2, 3; " E " Men ' s Club 1, 2, 3, 4; P. E. Major ' s Club 1, 2, 3, 4. GARY ROBERT JONES Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Ionian Society 3, 4; Southern Historical Association 3, 4; Board of Governors. AILEEN PARKER HOPKINS RICHARD B. HUDSON Young Republicans 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Ionian Society 1, 2, 3. MARTHA JANE HUFFINES CLARA SUE JAMES Honorary Marshal 3; Alpha Psi Omega 3; German Club 2; Band 1, 2; Elon Players 2, 3, 4; WAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Board of Elections 3. RALPH H. JOHNSON Senate 2, 3; Choir 1; Ionian Society 2, 3, 4. MARY ANN B. KIMBALL Honor Court Jury 2; Religious Life Committee Chair- man 4; Who ' s Who Nominating Committee 4; Pi Kap- pa Tou 1, Secretary 2, President 3, 4; Order of the Oak 4; Phi Psi Cli 3, 4; UCOCF 2, 3, 4; Choir 1; Ionian Society, Sec.-Treos. 3; Homecoming Sponsor 2; Mini- sterial Association 1; Chapel Committee 2, 3, 4. JAMES DONALD KING Senate 1, Parliamentarian 2, 3, 4; State Student Legis- lature 3; Orientation Committee 2, 3; Entertainment Committee 3; Constitutional Revisions Committee 3; Class President 1; Fleet Committp° 1 : Siama Mu Siqmo 1; Pledge Master 2, Senior Vice-President 3, President 4; Marshal 3; Who ' s Who 4; Maroon and Gold 3, Editor-in-Chief 4; Dorm Proctor 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Judicial Committee Chairman 4; Outstanding Freshman Moth Student 1; North State Student Gov- ernment Association 1; Physics Lab Assistant 3. GARY ROBERT KNAPP Orientation Committee 3; Entertainment Committee 3, Chairman 4; Pan-Hellenic Council, Vice-President 3; Iota Tou Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4; Maroon and Gold 4; In- tramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Board of Elections 3. Senior Directory GREGORY LAWSON KNOTT Senate 4; Senior Class President; Kappa Psi Nu 3, 4; Intramurals 3, 4; Southern Historical Association A. GREGG CARLETON LEE Student Senate 2; Judicial Committee 2; Kappa Psi Nu 1,2, 3, 4; Elon Colonnades 2, 3; Campus Crier 2; Young Republicians Club 2; Orientation Committee 2; Southern Historical Association 3, 4. CAROL ELIZABETH LEFFERS Student National Education Association 3; Baptist Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4; Baptist Student Union Choir 2, 3, 4; Elon Singers 1, 2; Women ' s Athletic Associa- tion 1 . MARGARET ANNE LEISTER Beta Omicron Beta 1, 2, 3, 4; Young Republicans 2; Ministerial Association 3, 4; Southern Historical As- sociation 3, 4. DACE ALLISON LEWIS, JR. Physical Education Club I, 2; UCOCF 1 , 2, 3, 4; South- ern Historical Association 3, 4. JOHN S. LITTLE Honor Court Jury 2, Judge 3, 4; Orientation Commit- tee 2; Dance Committee 4; Summer School Marshal 3- Dorm Proctor 2, 3, Chief 4; German Club 2, 3; Intra- murals 1; Orientation Committee 2. LENA NADINE LONGEST Tau Zeto Phi 3, 4; Beta Chi Epsilon 3; Women ' s Ath- letic Association 4; Homecoming Court 3; Board of Elections 4. JONATHAN LUCAS Dance Committee Chairman 4; Kappa Psi Nu 1,2, 3, 4; Maroon and Gold 4; Young Democrats Club ' 3; In- tramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Elon Players 3. ANDREW PATTERSON McPHERSON Iota Tau Kappa 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4. LINDA R. McPHERSON National Education Association 4; Elon Scholarship 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 3; Women ' s Athletic Associa- tion 1 . WILLIAM H. MANN, JR. Sigma Mu Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis Team ball 1; Intramurals 1, 2. 2; Foot- C. V. MAY, JR. Student Government President 4; Chief Marshal 3; Finance Committee 2, Chairman 3; Homecoming Queen ' s Float Committee 2; State Student Legisla- ture 2, Chairman 3, 4; Honor System Special Investi- gation Committee; Young Democrats Club 2, 3 4 ' Business Club 2, 3, 4; French Club 4; Baptist Student Union 4; Orientation Committee 2; Nominating Com- mittee for Spring Queen 3; Student Affairs Committee 2, 3. LINDA JEANNE MAY Delta Upsilon Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4; Liberal Arts Forum 4; Women ' s Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Orientation Committee 2; Dance Committee 2; Entertainment Committee 2; Student Affairs Committee 4; Dilet- ante Society 1, 2, 3, 4. NANCY LOUISE McNAIR MARSHALL WILSON MONTGOMERY Baseball 3, 4, Intramurals 3, 4. FRED W. MOON Student Senate 3, 4; Spring Weekend Committee 2, 3; Board of Governors 4; Finance Committee Chairman 4, State Student Legislature 3, Chairman 4; Business Club President 2, 3; German Club Chairman 2; So- ciety for Advancement of Management 4; Liberal Arts Forum 4; Most Valuable Senator Award 3. JAMES DAVID MORGAN Math Seminar 2, 3, 4. RUTH ELFREDA NEWBERG Elon Colonnades 2, 3, 4; Women ' s Athletic Associa- tion 1; Who ' s Who Nominating Committee 4; French Club 4; Young Democrats 2. CLYDE JOHNSON O ' FERRELL Dance Committee 4; Sigma Phi Beta 2, Secretary 3, Parliamentarian 4; Maroon and Gold 4; German Club 2, 3; Society for Advancement of Management 4; In- tramurals 4; Orientation Committee 2. GEORGE M. OLD, JR. Spring Weekend Committee 3; Homecoming Commit- tee 4. ALEXANDER WASHINGTON OLIVER, IV Phi Psi Chi Associate Editor 2, Editor 3, Advisor 4; Homecoming Committee 2; Spring Weekend Commit- tee 2; Board of Elections 2, 3; Campus Crier 2; Orient- ation Committee 2; Student Faculty Committee 2; Lyceum Committee 3; Who ' s Who Nominating Com- mittee 2; Bond 1, 2; UCOCF 2. JAMES F. PAYNE Kappa Psi Nu 1,2, 3, President 4; Pi Gamma Mu 4; Intramurals 1 , 2, 3, 4; Pan-Hellenic Council 2; Orient- ation Committee 2; Southern Historical Association 4; Monroe Award 3. ALTA ELAINE PHELPS Phi Psi Cli 4; Delta Upsilon Kappa 3, Corresponding Secretary 4; Student Notional Education Association 2, Vice-President 3, 4; Intramurals 1 , 2, 3, 4; Maroon and Gold 3, 4. DENISE CAROL PIERCE WAA 1; Ministerial Association 1; Elon Singers 2. SAMUEL M. RANKIN, JR. Iota Tau Kappa 1, Corresponding Secretary 2, 3, 4; Marshal 3; Dorm Proctor 4; Pan-Hellenic Council 2; In- tramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Moth Department Assistant 3, 4. MICHAEL ASHBY RAY Sigma Phi Beta 2, 3, 4; Maroon and Gold 4; German Club 2, 3; Society for Advancement of Management 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Orientation Committee 2; Dance Committee 4; " E " Men ' s Club 1. PHYLLIS ANNE REGISTER Marshal 3; Pi Kappa Tau 1, Treasurer 2, Pan-Helle- nic Council 3, Social Chairman 4; Women ' s Interdorm- itory Council 3, 4; Student Notional Education Associa- tion 2, 3, 4; UCOCF 1, 2; Homecoming Sponsor 2; Food Committee 3, 4. Senior Directory LARRY ALAN RING Young Democrats Club 1, 2; Basketball 1; Golf Team 2; Baptist Student Union 1, 2; Ionian Society 3, 4. ROBERT ASA ROPER Football 3, 4; Track 3; Baseball 4; Golf 3, 4; Physical Education Club 3, 4. JOHN ROBERT SADDLER Sigma Mu Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4; Dorm Proctor 2, 3; Ger- man Club 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 2; Liberal Arts Forum 2; Elon Singers 2; Homecoming Court 2, 3; Honors Group 1, 2; Orientation Committee 2. ELAINE SAWYER NBA 3; Choir 2, 3, 4; Band 3, 4, Elon Singers 2, 3, 4; Shackley Music Award 1. BILL SCOTT Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Coach-Player 1, 2, 3; N.C.A H.P.E.R.; A.A.H.P.E.R.; Alpha Psi Omega National Fraternity 2, Vice-President 3, 4; Interdormitory Coun- cil 4; Dorm Proctor 4; Elon Players 1, 2, 3, 4; Physi- cal Education State Convention Representative 3; PE. Major ' s Club 1, 2, 3, 4. L. F. SHAW, JR. Sigma Mu Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4; Dorm Proctor 2, 3; Ger- man Club 2; Intrarnurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 2; Liberal Arts Forum 2; Elon Singers 2; Homecoming Court 2, 3; Honors Group 1, 2; Orientation Committee 2. GRAEME HUNTER SHULL Spanish Club 3; Golf Team 1 , 2, 3, 4; Choir 1 ; Emanons 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4. TERRY WAYNE SINK Student National Education Association 2, 3, 4; Elon Singers 1, 2, 3, 4; Baptist Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4; Emanons 1, 2, 3; Elon College Community Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Collegium Musicum 3, 4. DENNIS WAYNE SMART Student Senate 1; Constitutional Revision Commit- tee 1; Kappa Psi Nu 2, 3, 4; Pan-Hellenic Council 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4. DOROTHY R. SMITH Biology Club 3, 4. ROY DANIEL SONOVICK Sigma Mu Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. C. DAVID SPEIGHT Sigma Phi Beta 2, 3, 4; Men ' s Interdormitory Council 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Pan-Hellenic Council 2, 3 FRANK D. STEELE, JR. Homecoming Committee Chairman 4; Young Republi- cans Club 2; Business Club 2; Society for Advance- ment of Management 3, 4; Elon Players 1, 2; Elon Singers 1, 2, Baptist Student Union 1, 2. MARY ANNE STEGALL Tau Zeto Phi 4, Student National Education Associa- tion 3; UCOCF 3; Band 3; Women ' s Athletic Associa- tion 1; Homecoming Sponsor 2; Homecoming Court 4; May Day Court 2; Homecoming Committee 2; Ma- jorette 1, 2, Head 3, 4; May Day Committee 2 WILLIAM F. STILES Kappa Psi Nu 2, 3, 4. JAMES SUTTENFIELD Sigma Mu Sigma 2, 3, 4; Moth Seminar 3. CURTIS LYNN TETLEY, JR. Campus Crier 1; Tennis 1; Intramurals 1; loanian So- ciety 3; Elon Players 1. LINDA THOMPSON Delta Upsilon Kappa 4; Alpha Psi Omega Notional Fraternity 3, Sec.-Treos. 4; Elon Players 1, 2, 3, 4; Women ' s Athletic Association 2. SAMUEL PARKER TROY Student Senate 2, 3, 4; Finance Committee 2, 3, 4 Senate Parliamentarian 4; Marshal 3; Class Vice President 4; Maroon and Gold 4; Dorm Proctor 3, 4 Homecoming Committee 1; Orientation Committee 2 3, Chairman 4; Freshmen Board of Control 2; Com mittee on Committees Chairman 2. REBECCA HARWARD VITOU Pi Gamma Mu 4; Honor Court 4; Marshal 3; Ionian Society 3; Choir 2, 3, 4; UCOCF President 3, 4; Home- coming Sponsor 4; Chapel Committee 3; Ministerial Association 2, Chaplain 3, 4. GENE FRANCES WALKER Delta Upsilon Kappa 2, President 3, 4; Phi Psi Cli Assistant Art Editor 4; Maroon and Gold 4; Homecom- ing Sponsor 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4. THOMAS RAY WARD Homecoming Committee 4; Spring Weekend Commit- tee 4; Public Relations Committee 4; Campus Crier 4; Young Democrats Club 3; Ionian Society 2, 3, Vice- President 4; Southern Historical Association 2, 3, 4. FRIEDA JANE WAY Pi Kappa Tau; Student Notional Education Associa- tion 4. CLAIRE L. WEBB Phi Psi Cli 3; Student Notional Education Associa- tion 3; Intramurals 3, 4; Women ' s Athletic Association 3, Representative 4; Physical Education Club 3, 4. DONALD L. WEED Maroon and Gold 4; Football Trainer 2, 3, 4; Tennis 2, 3, 4; Golf 2, 3, 4 HARRIETTE FOGLEMAN WHITLOW P. RAY WILSON Sigma Phi Beta 3, Treasurer 4; Maroon and Gold 3; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; " E " Men ' s Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Committee 3; Physical Education Major ' s Club 1, 2, 3, 4, ROGER E. WOOD Maroon and Gold 4; Student Senate 3, 4; Public Rela- tions Committee Chairman 4, Judicial Committee 3, 4; Spring Weekend Committee 3, 4; Homecoming Com- mittee 3, Co-Chairman 4; Young Republicians Club 2; Intramurals 1; Board of Elections 3; Dance Com- mittee 3. Abbott, Carolyn — Soph. Freshman Orientation Over. . . Allen, Noel — ! Buriington, N. C Allenzo, Candy ews, Jomes — Fr. Ashley, Rita — Soph. Attkisson, Grace Baer, Chorlo — Soph. Bagley, Carlton — Fr. Brady, Dennie — Fr. Brandenburg, Gretchen Cincinnati, Ohio Brantley, Edna — Soph Brown, Donald Brown, Kenneth — Jr Brown, Robert f t| f f f t ? And Another Year of. . . Dorden, Alice — Fr. Judith — Fr. Greensboro, N. C. ' irginia Beach, Vo. Dickerson, Brenda Burlington, N. C. Dickinson, Willian Suffolk, Va. Dove, Frank — Soph Fcirta , Va Doyle, Howord — Fr Burlington, N C Drinkwoter, ingt( 1, N. C. Officers of Sophomore class: (Left to right) Noel Allen, Pres.; Susan Heat wole, Sec.-Tres.; Tom Payne, Vice-Pres. Durham, Lorry — Dye, Dillord — Soph. Eodie, Bruce Eaton, Howord — Soph. Ccry, N. C. Edmonds, Reolo — Soph. Burlington, N. C. Edwords, Angelo — Soph. Elon College, N. C. Edwords, Wondo — Jr. Ralc:gh, N. C Eley, Eliiobeth — Fr. Windsor, Va. Ellis, Suson — Fr. North Miami, Flo. Euliss, Lono — Fr. Burlington, N. C. Forley, Morilyn — Soph. Hollins, Vo. Farmer, Borry — Fr. Blanch, N. C. roriier, Lee — Fr. Yoncevvillc, N C Farrell, Lydio — Soph. Pittsboro, N. C. Farrell, Sh -.on — Fr. Virginia Beach, Vo. Forrior, Dovid — Fr. GibsonvMIe, N. C. Fo ' JSf, Mory — Jr. Foux, Noncy — Soph. Woodbury, N. C. Ferebce, James — Fr. New Bern, N. C. t f f « Goldberg, Donald Suffolk, Vq. Goldberg, Joseph - College Life Began Boone, N. C- ughes, George — ' ilmington, Del. ughes, John — ilmington, Dela, Burlington, N. C. Inzctto, Robert — Jr. Ippolito, Barbara Lunsford, Jimmy - Winston-Solem, N, - Jr. C. Lupinocci, Corel - 5ta ford Conn -Jr. Lute, Terry — Soph. Lutterloh, Glenda Burlington, N. C. — Jr McCauley, Kay Denny — Soph. f f tt Mobe, Lorry — Jr. Star, N. C. Mogrini, William — Groham, N. C. - S oph Mogruder, Michoel Washington, D. C. - Fr. Mondell, Alon — f ' • Mongum, Potty — Durham, N. C. Soph. Morino, Anno — Ji Elon College, N. C. ' ■ Morshol, Jim — Jr Elkins Park, Pa Morshol, Noble — Roanoke, Vo. Fr. Mortin, George — Jr. Burlington, N, C Mostic, Doniel — Springfield, Va. Matthews, Wolter - Soph. Fr. Meochom, Mobel — Soph. Melberg, Karen — Soph. A New Student Center Added to. . . Miller, Charles — Orange, N. J. Fr. Miller, Donold — Burlington, N. C. Soph. Miller, Harold — Durham, N. C. Soph. Miller, Windsor - Lex.ngton, N C - Fr. Mills, Lana — Fr Concord, N. C. Bridgeville, Del. Jr. Miltier, Thomas - Sutfolk, Vo. - Soph. Milward, Jomes - Bloomfield, Conn. - Soph. Minor, Richard — Whitsett, N. C. - Fr. Mitchell, Bobbie - Glen Raven, N C — Fr. Mitchell, Edgor - Burlington, N. C. - Fr. Mitchell, Virginia Burlington, N. C. — Fr. Moen, Adrienne - Belmor-Wall, N. . - Fr. J. Yorktown, Va. Soph. Monacelli, Bob - Portsmouth, Va. • Jr. Moon, Richard — Jacksonville, Flo. Jr. Moon, Samuel — Snow Camp, N. C Soph. Moore, Bonnie — Winston-Salem, N Fr. C. Moore, Carol — , Graham, N. C. It. Moore, Charles 1, Mory — Fr S:lver Springs, Md. Scott, George — Soph. Our Recreation and Organizations Shaw, Borton — Soph. Annapolis, Md, Shaw, Kenneth — Soph Evergreen, N, C. Shaw, Robert — Fr. Norwaik, Conn. Smart, Edword Wolfe, Leonord — Fr. Burlington, N. C. Wood, Dionna— Soph. Westfield, Mass Wood, Michoel — Jr. G.bsonville, N, C Woodleif, Jerry — Fr. Rougcmont, N C Woods, Morgie — Fr. Burlington, N C. Woody, Jonice— Fr. Burlington, N C. Woolsey, Elizabeth — J Madison, N. J. Wroy, Sue — Fr. Leaksville, N. C, Wrenn, Sondro — Jr. Stcley, N, C. Wright, Corolyn — Fr. Virginia Beach, Vo, Wri9ht, Emma — Fr. Burlington, N, C Wyott, Lindsey— Fr. Wilson, N, C. Wylie, Dice— Fr. Mt Holly, N. J Yorbrough, Victoria—! Durham, N C. Youmons, Richard — Fr Irvingfon, N. J. Zorzar, Greta — Soph. Bethlehem, Jordan Zearley. Williom — Fr. Scotfdale, Po. Zezzo, Eleanor — Jr. Hartford, Conn, Zink. Al— Fr. Ballard Vale, Moss. Zumwalt, James- In Memoriam Jane Hartman, born October 6, 1948, died October 14, 1966, was the only child of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hortman, of Winston-Salem, N, C. She entered Elon College as a freshman this foil. The class of ' 70 pays Miss Hartman a lasting tribute with this Memoriam. Jane Madison Hartman Our campus leoders: C, V. May, S G A. Elon College. and Dr Danieley, Pres. of Life of Elon And a great term ot work agoin! Sorry, kids, It ' s broken ac And this Is the way we eat on Parents ' Day. JiiiiUlUiiUlUilLu " " Best Wishes to the " Fighting Christians " from DUTCH HOUSE DRY CLEANERS Masons Plaza Burlington KAY DAY INTERIORS Sq. = Service and Quality Iq. = Interiors of Quality 300 Trollinger Burlington, North Carolina Widen your horizons! Exciting tilings are happening in textiles today . . . materials for use in outer space . . . inner space . . . and on earth! Cone Mills, a major producer of high quality fabrics, is a part of this dynamic development. In this time of rapid change, we are constantly seeking imaginative, intelligent young people to help maintain our standards. Want a future with a challenge? Write Industrial Relations Department, Cone Mills Corporation, Greensboro, N. C. CONE MILLS CORPORATION " ■Where fabrics of tomorrow are woven today. " UECUTIVE OFFICES Greensboro, N. C. FINISHING PUNTS Carlisle, Cheraw Greenville, S. C. Greensboro Haw River, N. C. ■ MANUFACTURING PUNTS— Cliffside, Forest City, GIbsonville, Greensboro, Hav« River, Henrietta, Hillsborough, Pineville, Reidsvllle, Salisbury in North Carolina. Greenville and Whitmire in South Carolina. Houston in Texas. SALES HEADOUARTERS — Cone Mills Inc., New York If you ' re going to be brave enough to wear the new short skirts, better be coward enough to wear Glen Raven Panti-Legs underneath. " " j $3.00 per pair Sizes: , Junior Petite-4 ' 8 " -5 ' 1 ' J Petite-5 ' -5 ' 3 " f Medium-5 ' 3 " -5 ' 6 " I J Medium Tall-5 ' 6 " -5 ' 8 ' ' M Tall-5 ' 8 " and over m Fashion Colorsi CORTES RESTAURANT " One of the finest serving gourmet foods " Holiday Inn Burlington, N. C. HUFFINES SUNOCO SERVICE Church Holly St. Burlington, N. C. Lloyd G. Huffines, Owner Compliments of GUYES SMART SHOP Downtown Burlington or Cum-Park Plaza SOX SINCLAIR Located on Church St. Burlington, North Carolina Phone: CA 8-9197 W B B B Located on 6th Floor Alamance Motel The South ' s Most Modern Radio Facilities " WBBB-FM Now Broadcasting with 29,500 Watts— 101.1 on FM Dial in Burlington-Graham Plus Full Stereo Always refreshing. RITCHIE ' S DRIVE-IN Beverages — Pizzas Sandwiches — All Kinds 2401 S. Church St. Phone: 228-9184 HOSIERY AND CASUAL SLIPPERS For Men For Women • Esquire Socks • Kayser . VivellQ • Schiaparelli • Interwoven • Phoenix • Bachelors ' Friend • Sapphire | • Phoenix • Mojud . Jiffies • Mercury Supp - Hose For Men and Women by KAYSERROTH HOSIERY COMPAIY, 11. Burlington North Carolina Manufacturers Distributors Men ' s Dept. COLEMAN ' S Stagg Shop 437 S. Spring St. Burlington, N. C. Village Room MEBANE SHOE COMPANY 341 S. Main Street Burlington, N. C. Phone: CA 6-3211 " Shoes For All Occasions " SELLARS DEPARTMENT STORE Downtown Burlington and Cum-Park Plaza CURRIN HAY 117 W. Davis St. " Burlington ' s Oldest Finest Haberdoskery " Men ' s Boy ' s Wear Compliments of ROSE ' S 3 Locations: Cum-Park Plaza — Mebane- Downtown Burlington HUEY ' S BAR-B -Q Seafoods, Chicken, Steak, Sandwiches Located on Highway 87 A. D. PATE COMPANY " Producers of Quality Printing Since 1906 " Phones: 226-2491-2 Corner Davis Worth Streets Established 1923 DOLLAR ' S PHILLIPS 66 Service Station 509 U. Church St. Phone: 226-9608 Burlington, N. C. BLANCHARD ' S FASHION LOFT 2nd Floor Sportswear For The College Co-Eds by: Gant McMullen Lady Bug Austin Hill Lonz David Ferguson Country Shirt Country Set Etienne Aigner Compliments of KIRK ' S MOTOR COURT 1155 N. Church-Highway 70 Burlington, N. C. ZACK ' S Corner Front and Worth St. Burlington, N. C. " Hot Dogs at Their Best " MOON ' S FASHION SHOP Beautiful Fashions for The Ladies 130 N. Main St. Graham, N. C. GLEN RAVEN FABRIC SHOP Burlington-Elon Highway Phone: 584-7781 Dress Decorative Fabrics Glen Raven, N. C. NORTH MAIN SHELL 1166 N. Church St. Phone: CA 8-9322 Burlington, N. C. " We Give Green Stamps " Compliments of RICH THOMPSON FUNERAL SERVICE Burlington-Graham Phone: 226-1622 Both Locations Cimpliments of BIFF-BURGER Cum-Pork Plaza Burlington, N. C. Compliments of " The Happiest Sound in Dixie " W B A G AM-1150 FM-93.9 Alamance County ' s No. 1 Station Where More People Listen More Often Burlington-Graham N. C. T. A. BOONE TAILORS Fine Tailored Clothing Complete Formal Rental Service 221 S. Main St. Burlington, N. C. NEAL WRIGHT ' S JEWELRY Hand Engraving-Watch Repair 127 W. Front St. Burlington, N. C. KOURY ' S " Where Smart Women Teens Shop ' ' 443 S. Main St. Burlington, N. C. LIBERTY HOSIERY MILLS, INC. Gibsonville, N. C. Manufacturers of Full Fashioned Seamless Ladies Hosiery Ponti-Hose Stretch Tights Burger CHEF Hamburgers Home of the World ' s GREATEST 15? Hamburger! McCLURE FUNERAL SERVICE 605 Webb Ave. Burlington, N. C. and 141 S. Main St. Graham, N. C. BLANCHARD ' S GULF SERVICE 1903 W. Webb Ave. Burlington, N. C. Howard Blonchard, Owner All I said was " Burger Chef " People on the go ... go Burger Chef for the big new big chef. Two double-deck open flame broiled hamburgers with melted cheese, tangy sauce topped with lettuce on a hot, toasted bun. A meal of a sandwich for only 45c. 1610 S. Church St. Burlington, N. C. Next To City Park smm 1 i,,,,L...«...,i,,,,,,iiiii ' qpepsi„ slllllliiiinnniiimimnMiiii EARL ' S DRIVE-IN Beverages Charcoal Burgers " Where The Friendly People Meet " 1539 S. Church St. Burlington, N. C. Phone: 228-9324 Compliments of NATIONAL BANK OF ALAMANCE Graham, N. C. Complete Banking Service Compliments of KIRK ' S MOTOR COURT 1155 N. Church-Highway 70 Burlington, N. C. GLEN RAVEN DRUG, INC. Glen Raven Shopping Center Phone: 584-3681 ALAMANCE BOOK STATIONARY CO. 208 Maple Avenue Burlington, N. C. Compliments of HOLT HOSIERY MILLS Glen Raven, N. C. Compliments of ELON RESTAURANT A Home Away From Home Compliments of BIFF-BURGER Cum-Park Plaza Burlington, N. C. Look Young . . . Be Young . . . SHOP BELK ' S McDonald Hamburgers 1344 N. Church St. Burlington, N. C. HAL ' S MEN SHOP Ranch Room The Cambridge Shop Ladies Sportswear Men ' s Traditional Styles Compliments of NORTHWESTERN BANK SECURITY BARBER SHOP 205 S. Church St. Burlington, N. C. GRIFFIN TUBING CO. Burlington North Carolina CAROLE ' S STYLE CENTER Highway 100 Phone: 584-4491 Compliments of WILBURN ' S ESSO Elon College, N. C. Compliments of NCNB North Carolina National Bank ALAMANCE COUNTY NEW CAR DEALER Alamance Motors Inc. Graham Motors Sales Compliments of GARRISON ' S SODA SHOP Elon College, N. C. THE REMNANT SHOP " Sew and Save " Cum-Park Plaza Shopping Center Burlington, N. C. L B. SHEPHERD " Your Record Shop " 243 East Front St. Burlington, N. C. Phone: 226-7108 GOOD LUCK, CLASS OF 1967 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 realizes that classroom performances often depends on planned nutrition. Through ARA Slater, they have wisely invested in quality, prepared and served in friendly style. We hope you hove enjoyed Slater meals service that mealtime provided a pleasant social break in the day ' s busy routine. From all of us, good luck good health in the years ahead! SLATER SCHOOL AND COLLEGE SERVICES • ' ' ' ■■ - " 4 ' 1. ■»- . , 1 p liiil Hnoi ' . " .T!r2 f " " " " Ki r=3 l Sitt li a 1 ■I ■BEBll ' ' m k I 1 ». i»-, ;■:■« L ! — — t-r--- --; — - — :iii . ptii Ban QMQ J- ' ■■■ ' v,mmi

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