Emory University - Campus Yearbook (Atlanta, GA)

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He has shown the ropes and directed the energies: moreover, he was a friend and a person to talk to. Because of his many indelible but invisible contributions to Emory, we choose to proffer one small visible testament to his works. With an enormous amount of ap- preciation, the Campus of 1966 is dedicated to Dean Robinson. Y W Y I 1? ' '7 Y ' T, V' ' ' Q , ' . , in w The university . . . a quadrangle of classroom buildings . . . lights shining late into the night . . . empty desks . . . dormitories . . the setting. 1 M' H -W W 'a A gi 4 K 5.1 ,T H gn ,H m k N --5:-:-mf.. -,WP , ,. -e. .. yi mm Q N H H wumlw W YH H w1E, i , ,H H- 'gm wusszz 'ga mu 'TL Q TK W Q W2 , N an A Ti :k.:.:.:.E 'g13 4:24 ' ' J.. X . 'L The faculty . active participants . lecturing advlslng Ilstenlng Burg' Eagan uw uw I Um-www S 0 H, 5 NK ,Q V ,wE7n.-LH' u Mm Q ' , X Fx, mg 5 , X, w: t. Mk fu . ? 'Q-af WL, Q1 .ww mum na Jd --W mm H W M, ww, IW w, JH- H" . ,-n. H E H H ' 15? 5 Q 'li H H UM H ' fh Q W , M... 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'Q aff e 43? -ag, an 5 r W, V N ,:.1ss f S, JL , ' 'se 5 2 7 :YF I V' 1 '3,.. gf ,rk ' - -,. '- I Aw X, If- - .lr 5 . Y V , sn :f 1' fi 1 f " 11 MV 1 ,b , V If 6301 'Wham I' ff' K, 1' 43, , . 'f-:-, X, , .M Q, een. .f i df. .V 1 . fy I ,z .arf 'Q 4 fi, ifs :L gig,-ri . I w' NS The time passes quickly . . . gradua- tion . . . the educated gather . . . a diploma . . . symbol of growth in in- tellect . .. in awareness . . . in matu- rity . . . growth caused by exposure to the Multiversity of the University. 'Lili e..I"TFT. Hill I It i W tl n Beauties 1 L, ,H , ffwf T: ', 'wg-"bmi ' 1 1 w. B uw X H .FW LU. -4- .. 5- 'Z-.. 5 ,- , f.,PQ-fa : '-layfasfi 1 .- - . .4r'..-- -v4,L1Swi' 3 ' 'fJ3"7fgv'5T.5Lr, -5525151 ' , 1-fi , V,-,, -' T-i:l'VQi' 3 I M,-.-, -:gsfgli v 1 Q Q 3 ,-ny, ::.i.1::u. x rl , , 'fg3,'2MQ'Qgj:'f',, "NWT Egglqiigfw LW- fag X I ,sz , ew- 5 , J ,,'.,, ,, , . I 4 i ,QQ Q-'G 3. .-Lv,-f , x ,'.'.i9sf,. ' 'Si:?f:11:u- . X . J M:-fL-14. 'A Y ' 1.:,'w,f., .K Y -In-EASY? 322151. L Li':-Hf3Q2'41z'frhzffssf Y M --W. V. .,u.,,.M...lL.. Miss Emory miy az 11 11 11 1 1 1 11 1 "1" " 1111 1 .4- yu 11 111 Q9 5'-1 :111:1iQ:m11 11 1 L'- 1 1 1 11 3-2 111 111 11 1 1 1 11 11 1 111 1 1 1 11' H11 H 1 M1 11 111 111 1 11 11 .C ' 1: JN- ambi .fuorriaon First Runner-Up W'-'f 5 H1 ,. ., H .. "ww ,u fm"'u, w H M :I-:-:I-ss"-2 ' aura 0118.4 Second Runner-Up F 1 n 5.7! uw ' W lm In ' rvx xu lv , Wi, ' w gg i: Qin 1 A. 9 H ., V. . . .V . - . , , , A N., ' " ' .',-' ' ' ' -lf' - . :W , -. , N ,. ,.,,' -7-Ffgw' - 'ef' 3 --- f .1 - . - -,g f '- V -A S ff-1 "2-1' ., -1-: ff-xi--H J 7':. , '-- . , , '. f mv' , A A wif- Q xf ' . . Z .N V cs 3 I A fn A! . H ' -. ' ' il Y 1 N X -i , ' Y . n ' - :Tru , J-,N 'Y :gi '43 : A 44 V - rg' ,, V . H Hggggm fx Q 'N 1 ' ' 4 ' J ml.. in 1 , :, I 5 ' 5 :VJ W 9 f' ' -W6 f W, , " Wf"?N I, ', W Q' H w'11,yv'll?,"L?i.g.,"! A . 'A A ww 2 ' Y v J 5 ' f L 4 ' ,E I ! . 'Fw - -I ' ' f 3 ' vi? J' M F 1 - .5 L- ' , W S , V . 4 x ' A' E TY ::,LAl J 3 I - - ' '-Q1 ' '. fj - Fisk' . fi 1 if Xg'uE544...yNH, , 'I wvwqtjfz, swiifg, ff4 " f , ' mn? 1' x E s- . ,. 1 3' q.:..:.-' vw . r I X Q 1 .- Hui . X OC0 04l'l6lel'J0l'l yr J I X Lx vb w . 7 ?1 TN J. 'Q W 2, .. 54- 'W 1 1 4 Roberta .Houdion 1 alniia ,flowery Beverly Juarbul k 1: . , . 'nd 1 .-: 1., . M, ,, X, , 1, 'VN cgfeanor .xucuuiclzaef 7 1 v r s 1 A , pf-, -is ig v ,!f. .4 1, .,, Mary weaver ,Libr- XL 4. QL . I 9 9 line xv 1 .- !,lJ11'.L.,1,7,,,L, ,,,,, 7,, ,,,,,, ,.-. 'GX' u , ,. , . 'M 'jvs3LgQ2Q,x1,u.! 9 ' , A N -' 'K , 'J ff' ew A HV' K' X Y q -- 3 h 5 U11- mlx '-W. :nil jv.-1: - 2 "f ' ' woo s' J' . l M . NF C GRAB-15 If I 1 X ,b e o. o 5 D ,k The Brittain Ward - - john Michael Kelly . -rs- , , M will W lm The Brittain Award, given annually to one Emory student, is the highest honor an Emory student can receive during his college career. As the award reads, "This award is made each year to a student who has rendered notable service to the University. c It is intended especially to give public and permanent expression to the University's gratitude for service done Without expectation of reward or recognition." This award, given in the name of Marion Luther Brittain, is presented in the spring at Honors Day when the recipient first learns of his selection. A se- lection committee composed of the Deans of Men and Women and faculty members review recommen- dations and choose the recipient. 'M as W. H. Adair, Jr. Peter W. Day Ronald Carlisle . .ff 'X wa . I i U Jesse R. Fears N . -Q Q . .:'l2, 'l ' lv A at tl ,i' L 7 ,,.- Fi' l' I lp gh.. r .1 -xv ..:":'. -.4 A ' 1- TQ R. G. Deutschman lf' ills H Wm'ml, " n' .E 1 p' S 1 Victoria A. Harden ., 5,4-1 p L ' S 3 . I 'f if 1 gf? 1.5" f' .,g.jf,i,v,'5.g Y-lvllfqlll f if Y, as ,. J" N iTy'jQ'-tilt ra' X ..x ' f"" . d . ii 'el' ,9- "7' Juanita C. Draper Anita C. Henry Kathryn W. Dyar Len B. Lastinger Not Pictured: Barbara Elaine Beckham Katharine Weir Bennett Gloria Brickman Idalee Dolly Buff Bromberg Roger Stephen Brown Marion Farmer Combs Verne Eugene Cutler Freddie Tumlin Ford Don Wall Fowler joseph Sandor Haraszti Nell Wallace Harrell Barbara Elizabeth Jenkins Susan Cavelli Kimball Alan David Kirsh Catherine Alexander Large Michele Regina Linch Jean Elizabeth Loemker Charles Kenneth McAllister Bradley Saunders Merritt Sara Jane Padgett John Francis Sampson Roberta Snyder Ronald Willis Tripp Thomas Slade Tucker Fredric Max Wild, Jr. Sara Lee Wilson hi Beta Kappa Susan E. Leas . ' ,GE-.v -v. align if ' 1 7"- 'A T V aa.: ' 1 H- f - 1- Y- ff. 32" J . if 1 . - w- Igwgfwjfi lk i il wi' Wu i W 1 . F WE4 yi l -4 '-lla 5' if 1 1 w. f "'rM'W'l: yew gg-'L .2 51:-anal. Rm. ' lui X , .nu V LA L - , ixp --eff: . .L .... l , 7 , Bruce I. McIntosh Cecil E. Moore Joe Moore '77-Tir' . f ... 4. 255: ,- li ""i"iv. lm is. - A ii., - 'J . ' Y H. jr, ,Q t..:.5,. . V. ' H, L v .y V "-' a n-N V -. f .5 Eifquig H ,rrp Btiwvme , .iivia 4. Q ': a. zbe:',' . 1,3-f a. iii 'f 4"'.,'g, gina. aft" f' .-:gf.s'.gs1.if" .Q-rm, -...fuk M.. . 1 a JYQ' 3- .5 -4-'. '. T- '?.1,1-15.1 Exif if-jj," j"TQ's,'r aft ..f' Susan I. Pharr Phi Beta Kappa, the oldest na- tional honorary society in the United States, originated on the William and Mary campus in 1776 and was later established on the Emory campus in 1928. Emory's chapter is Gamma of Georgia. Phi Beta Kappa was established in order to encourage learning and to recognize outstanding scholar- ship. A student who achieves a 3.5 average his first three years in col- lege or a 3.25 average through the fall or spring quarter of his senior year receives the Phi Beta Kappa key. Also considered are courses taken, moral character of the stu- dent, and his general promise for future achievement. ':.'2is: W.. Q, lllgllw, gl i .f .p qi li All ' ' 'Ji I JP ij 5,-if 3 "'.,:- ,.1 ig , . , 'rl' H 1 -5 2 'S ,gain - f' f-, . wp- " X. i V t .' . - I ll l .. Y' V - xxx, .N . u :ll .-ff' fa.,..,..,. ' lll I 'K " - 'fa xt ff t tf i' f 1 459. Li M l X Gloria J. Spriggs A L- J 5 Judith Williams I'-I-5' 1 in i. ff fgl flaw' f 1. M ' '- -'-. uw. ' ff'-r-' '76 .. . 1-itll U ga ., is vi. I .1 -55. 1 ' - V l" :T F E I 1 : :J '- , ., ., . - -J' I 5 ' 1' ' ,Qi , El' T' 1l,,,wl.t, NH!! ml 451, X' . I I :V WW ra X. ,...,.. A . H , C. S. Yielding M. A. Walters 1 William Zewadski John B. Whitney Alpha Epsilon Upsilon-Fin! rofw, left to right: E. Whitman, A. Bessent, L. Deldin. Second rofw: V. Daniel, C. DeMore, M. Amsden, S. Cahoon. Third rovw: O. Mathews, B. Harrison, C. McGill. Alpha Epsilon Upsilon Alpha Epsilon Upsilon was founded at Emory- at-Oxford in 1906. It is the lower division honor society for the recognition of scholastic achieve- ment and is patterned after Phi Beta Kappa. A student who achieves a 3.5 average at the end of the third quarter of his freshman year or a 3.25 average at the end of the first or second quarter of his sophomore year is invited into Alpha Epsi- lon Upsilon. AEU presents at Honors Day its an- nual Outstanding Lower Division Student Award based on scholarship, leadership, and contribution to Emory to the outstanding student in the lower division. 5 p- gym: ' W ,nk ' 1 isirfgiiug S - - 15 ,b L2 --,S-Kii..,gt,.i,A l' nf s, j Si. Q1 f . ,-.e . x Y e ' ' 1 - ' .+- Front row, left to right: F. McDonnell, L. Grimmett, F. Decker, T. Davis, X. Wiggins, A. Wilbanks. Back ro-w: T. Hunt, H. Ward, P. jones, D. Clark, R. Frederick. On December 3, 1914, Omicron Delta Kappa, leadership honor society for men, was founded on the Washington and Lee University campus in response to the spirit of leadership shown by Robert E. Lee and George Washington. Eleven years later on the Emory campus, the Emory society of Mu Circle was granted a charter by the national council of Omicron Delta Kappa. Omicron Delta Kappa not only recog- nizes and encourages achievement and service in the fields of scholarship and stu- dent aiiairs but renders such service to the community as Well as to the University. Each year Omicron Delta Kappa sponsors a leadership Workshop for capable high school students in this area. ODK also Works for better student-faculty commu- nication by meeting with both administra- tion and faculty in an attempt to seek an- swers to mutual problems. g - wi- ., fri' -3224 'I-X". ni' ,:,7lfU,-s."'i Z , , f. - 1-eg, , 4,-1 L W z AJ. 51 1-X " ff, 131' l -f 3 Y It .' ., - 'L , ' at?1,e' , -ca 451' " , ' 3 'f V, -, Y 1 '- 5- i J 'Li' .1 T' . ' N' '. f ' , lf., 'Q ' I . Sf? F ' 44. ,A ' . fr- - ' .f ' -' -3 - Fifi 5. .- - ' ' 5' 11g.Q,fg'-'Milli ' -'i 1 '- 'At' 77 ' M , ffl JL-'. Mfg, ' 1' " -. fur: ' ' n' K' 'hw ii i ,F '34 , .41:1.,5vf'1:r.5 . ' -. .A - - 1 -- John R. Ball ,- j ,,, i v 1 i 1 . ',':fl'. . T , '- ' xv-1:1 ' -. . ifaugi... - -.,z,s- ,- 4: -.: john M. Kelly Thomas S. Carlock , .r Richard C. Langford Charles H. Egerton ' 'lc gig K. - 91 G I 7 V Y 2 fi 3' ge I x .. f A- -3 i 1. if ' V 7 1 1 x i j l F. M - rf? .rf ' I aj- . ' ' Lv X 1 A51 1 K 1 u X" Q 1 'fxlp ,V G f 2 4 s' J' r f li X ii 1 'iii L , K 1 yf' r 'Q ix it my L X.-ff 3 X x is i n micron Delta Kappa If , P K .X 's 4-A' 1 y 5 KK 9' Q":1f F1, "H" i"f-N' 'EQ-'i A -4 qgguilh if' f lk ,:,uv,5s.y ,- " iv V ' eq ta i X. N 74, 'sa ' ' V- t I - - 1 , ,, 4 - , l f 5545, " as 'Qtfqfffmw A it +L IW , ,thi ,Y , ,ii gi ,wg ,f 2 xi . it M. , . ,PA wi ri ,l ,ff-Q. me ii. w ' ,,,,Mi,f 1 1 . 1 ' , :ull Y- ...N . r A4 Bruce j. McIntosh Len Brooks Lastinger Lucian C. Rice Woodrow W. Leake, Ir i Ira J. Strumpf Joseph P. MacNabb 415 f I- M 1-gmt , 'J .. ,,,. -:"4,' Y Y ' -LMI'-2 --aa? r t I, 1 , s A L A if , In 5' I i if f W A I if A M l 1 J William V. Thrash Joseph O. Moore MH, A . Y 2 .'v, .Ar i -2? f A A4 EQ A if A Q :xi , .f 1. 4 Q' fjafigrxf. 'mg V W ., Ea 3' Wgghi? 4 4 S fs 1? P J Q A r sig ' K -.- " 2" 'Nu 3 s ,Sm eg . W .- mf .5 ' ,. ' lg f .-f '-'rg v ' 15: ifgl- 2- .,.,., J ' V -4, ,al,:.g3e, " X s 332 S Q as radii? . K , -r as '-" ,J i ' Wg 'Y Wj : 'g:.:.,. Thomas S. Tucker Eff: 393 3 - ' - 7 . 41 -, A 'surf-'i gf 'L -- :IE .tigeill .-f-- . Q 'fps 'n,u1 ff s 3 1 , 2 f f 5-rr ' . 4-11:4 'AW-:. I . .. ' ' -1 A . , rf". .J -4 4 'r I 2,311 2 - f- . Q., 1 ,fer iq'-'W J .. 3' 3 ms' , Eiirf' I -- .fl 1 w ."L1Q7?is- , g mga' X .1.,?:,-sf -V :gf :, , ,, 'yi-.L'2::l if' WW' Qieiles? 'aff mi ,-" " . , 'G'1?"1ll" .vig .- ' V -, .ESQ ,Ar .-1 png.,- ' f . ' 'A ww lPTfli'M 4'1FP' "'f '?"eff, Y F -I". "Mi, , '52 - Wi , s.,f.:g,,:fQii- ., Eng , , .15 ll, 'La ,., . l 9 542431. if: .L , -W x ,j:L1,5::Sg--1' 5:11, w If a .Z' ip' '1. 1 ..- A., f , I-!r:5..., i 'Se' Sk V fbi. -..: Carroll L. Wagner Larry D. Woods F- 4..A'?,,,, V I William K. Zewadski --4v- e 1- ff- if r , W pe., , , ,gu- ., Q ,A X V X E 1 y me , Ln.- ,.,.2, . in is N ,li W lv so gran- -- ,.,-fgfs-vnkr-i'r1'-'tr'.fsf"i' ' DVS Members, left to right: Thomas Slade Tucker, Lucian Candler Rice, joseph Odell Moore, Woodrow Wilson Leake, jr., Richard C. Langford, John Michael Kelly, Charles Henry Egerton. . 3, .fa a ""f '- ,........,-...--.. .--.. .....-...,... -- .. A.- . , H ,Sie - a i . ,..-.- ----- . -Y - - - . Y E, K LLM..-.-... ..-.r-M.-'-H...-Q--- M- ef- N-"" """' DVS, the senior honor society for Emory men was begun at Emory-at-Oxford in 1904. Initiation into DVS is the highest honor a man at Emory can receive during his college career. Membership is based on every aspect of student life and the contributions that the student has made to the University and his fellow students. The society observes the strictest secrecy in matters which pertain to the society. Each spring seven junior men are chosen from the College and the Business School for membership. This enables DVS to be not merely a reward for past con- tributions to campus life, but a challenge to the student to give even more to the University during his senior year. I7 I Q Q'-Q fn " 1 .rf F .I- :v V Catherine A Large 1' 1' wwf' Benie E. Bruner Carol A. Romick .f - .1 -'.' 1 Melba I. Cobb rx Elizabeth C. Walters 'a "1 Qt. ffl-If I 1 ' Barbara A. Spragens xxvx kj ii E Victoria A. Harden Judith Williams Mary P. Sprouse Anita C. Henry Ela E. VVilson WHO The Women's Honor Organization orig- inated on the Emory campus in May of 1954 as the first leadership honor society for Women attending Emory. The Wom- en's Honor Organization recognizes out- standing service, scholarship, and leader- ship, and is the highest honor which an Emory Woman can receive. A Woman tapped into WHO must have fulfilled the ideals of the Emory Honor Code and the high standards for Emory Women. To be eligible for membership in the Women's Honor Organization an Emory Woman rnust be a last quarter junior or a senior. Tapping ceremonies are held twice a year, both in the fall and in the spring. I Sara L. Wilson Q. xgq Catherine S. Yielding "is112?' Q- We 43 .fm-fe. if xg. .,.. .im ' 'Q Emerg. . in fp' .. a-,Hi-TW. Margaret Winston Q1-2.1 ff' ' P .- O . o D O . :D . :Q 5 La.,- "I U o ::4 In I N, :,, , . Tony Austin Don Brunson I Xu it 4 5 wg H i. 1 , , H .. 4 ' 5 I :,- ' - - . i i 5'-. 'J' , . a Q , , V,' 7, . W. up .HI if ,1...- 333, ml.. H' i.. xiii-3?wtil"'mQig ll ,iw lm .NIR w Q J c ""' X4 W 959 ea. ' , is Ewa. ffmfisfffecfzr QW-as is 2' ' .. i Nm Ll' Nm . .H W -3202 iii' '- 'BQZ1 ' 'n Susan Cahoon ... ..,.. A wp! vi It . f' 1' :Qin 'Q L ti . A ,. Q X i 1 a - ' W l L ian I H ' ml' in " F n Q Y f z if ' I A '-.wb 'K L.-'Q ' E f X lr 4 'll I mm ,ff Mini ry ,M ir ' if 1 nl 1Elllia.lillE:ae.llIill Sonny Deriso Eta Sigma Psi Eta Sigma Psi, the lower division leadership soci- ety, was established at Emory in 1928. The goal of Eta Sigma Psi is to encourage participation in extra- curricular activities by underclassmen and then to recognize this outstanding achievement. Election to membership is based on leadership, character, and scholarship. Tapping is held in the fall for sophomores and in the spring for freshmen. 11,5 ' ...4 '15-" -ah.: --Ka Y . .Y,- ,il i. 'Wi-1-L -:F -1 1. K- Q- ri' 'Ti' -- '- ' ' 'X vi. we-J ix - ' A- -J fi . Vx ' ,V-,Q -1q.L.,,.,,. 1 ,1.--.g- --A fa- . J' .:..?C-sg-:X '- ' ..-,S -N - - tr .1:T.sa'wGfY'f mff-'Q ' - 5 X-Egg' .,::,,,s1g,,J Jeannie Sera n . ., -:iw'1 ,f -1-' ,- L 1-'LVL ,r..l--4:2-.'?'. ,.". "I Bev Dew iaflii. l- , -1 .f 'V V . ,WS J Robert Zwerner Mark Frankel 1' aff. K H' '-vi?-3:52 -ff ,?BfrJ', . . .. . .,., .,,V ..r.. A , 'sau-f f., f i -Q-us-.pg N-sl' H .- if ,N .UMW ll " .1 , H. , i ' ' 1 I' RLT! ' . it Fo ii E Vg: 'fi 1:3-' Z 1' ., . Stipe Scholars, First rofw: B. Hollander, S. Leas, R. Deutschman, S. Blank, J. Terman, G. Iakovac, L. Deldin. Second ro-w: H. Huntley, F. LaCava L. Lastinger, B. Forry, B. Goerss, M. Moses, R. Harrison. Stipe Scholars The Stipe Scholar program began at Emory in 1957 and was named for John Gordon Stipe, past vice-president of the University. Each year Stipe Scholars are selected from every class as those stu- dents who have the most outstanding scholarship record. Approximately seventy students, fifteen from each class, receive this award. Members of the sophomore, junior, and senior classes are selected on the basis of their scholastic record while at Emory. Members of the freshman class are selected on the basis of academic achievement in high school, College Board scores, personal interviews, and promise of future work at Emory. By naming students John Gordon Stipe schol- ars, Emory wishes to perpetuate the memory of a man whose ideals of scholarship were high and whose abiding interest in the intellectual growth of undergraduates is reflected today in every phase of the academic program he worked for years to help build. The designation of a student as a Stipe Scholar indicates Em0ry's belief in the student's future. In turn, the student accepts the challenge of developing his potentialities to the fullest during his years as a college student. H 1 Career Scholars The Career Scholars program was begun in 1962 with the help of a grant from the Ford Foundation. This program is an at- tempt to not only recognize capable students but to encourage advanced study. The pro- gram provides both the incentive and the opportunity and guidance to superior stu- dents to undertake extra Work in prepara- tion for graduate school and a career as a college professor. The students concentrate their supplementary studies in four major areas: seminars, extra readings, a special project similar to a Master's thesis, and a knowledge of two foreign languages. This year the Career Scholars had forty- five advanced scholars and sixty new juniors. ,, , 3 H ' ' "NE-L. iii a Career Scholars, Firrt row, left to right: S. Cahoou, S. Leas, S. Pharr. Second ra-'w.' G. Mayes, H. Huntley, F. LaCava. 532 i H H., i,,,llw,- we if . T gif, VFW 6 Who's Who Last Winter, Emory participated in the national "Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities" for the first time. About 750 colleges and universi- ties throughout the country participate and are represented by outstanding students on their campuses. Membership is based on citizenship, schol- arship, contributions to the university com- munity, participation and leadership in aca- demic and extracurricular activities, and gen- eral promise of usefulness to society. Mem- bership is open to students in all the gradu- ate and professional schools as Well as to students in the college. National Who's Who provides a placement bureau, a national biography, and a Who's Who key for these students. l iam N ggi- i ,A V ,.,,F....,, . 'ix' A AV Ti... V, W 2 W J -X V -. ' ,iq 41 ' N- J' I l' A fl it ' Janet M. Askew College James M. Ahney, Jr. Aflf,-1f,..f.- ' Dentistry ,, if V , ' ' f , f gy if lf , 'rf i ' v ' -will , -.5 , ' , -asia: Clarence H. Brown, III Medical School Ralph M. Byers College V W uw. Ji B D- . we Thomas S. Carlock Laiw School Raymond W. Gibson, Jr. Theology 1 fa iilliiHT,2wq'm1 ll ll' Lllgsset "Hull Qiisiiliflls-Q 3' ssieergigiesifzil M. A Ronald L. Grimes Theology H M my , U 1 J ii ,m , wi' gg Y ng a- Iv , u vfuwuw m. in N i :um w,,1:,, N .W i ul M1 ,Y Q' If 1 W P .. Donald W. Heidecker Dentistry Who's Who John M. Kelly College Louis M. LaBella Law School ' 0 Y Y f , .a . 1, ty, . W, 4 v ' we' 1, i 1 ,, ix if F 1 -' ' 1 If . Richard C. Langford College Woodrow W. Leake, Jr. College Calvin W. Maas Theology "3" -. ul, K ,. Joseph P. MacNabb College I K TV' f if Susan C. McCain College -1-we - ll U7.:-" ' if,-,Q "' . f m? " 5 ' Q ' 1 ..:,ef5.1 'Q ' X -3 -C 1' V 1 .re fi -. ,Q -'1a',',,4:X5 X -N 1,5 ,. .1 .l IQ, 4 fl Y Bruce 1. Mclntosh College Joseph O. Moore College James C. Peterson College B ggi N... Lucian C. Rice, Jr. College Rudolph H. Rodriguez College ACS? ll ali Carol A. Romick N urxing ifnfr -e? .we . 5 Q . FNB 4 Q 4 i Z., -'lf u. ' 55.-. ' I. 4 , - ", 'lf- 5 1. aiiif ..!f:.. X X. 5 Zz - .1.:- I . .aiu-"-r , " f rjiv.. L 1 wg. 'I 'i 'H Nw Ly ' 'yf "2 ww ', my E H Olan W. Stubbs, Jr. Medical School Who's Who John C. Walker, III Business Thomas S. Tucker College fs Y"7"F"' " " "?' FiEf4il 5' 'Qml mga 54,1 '- 1 lil ' Richard E. Valdes Dentistry ,ISF 1191.7 Carroll L. Wagner College Judith Williams College Sara L. Wilson College Larry D. Woods College William K. Zewadskx College not pictured Louis D. Becker Graduate School Stanley Citron Graduate School Stanley D. Echols Graduate School George W. Hart Lafw School Jerry B. Wilson Graduate School ' .1 ,1" v i V X 1 , Q J 'fNh'w h if g as -if Qu 'Nl if an , ' 2:11 I fi V a5f.,., 'rf Al Q' ' " F . - ,. a.-5.5-f ' - A , Y air" Nev In nga:-1 . .' . 1' il' My . if 'iw' ' -,Ai- . l , :,' , ' V . ,I I up .:" ' "'.-'. J V" 1 .A q 1 .V fyfef ,,...,.,, i-'T H-,E 1 1.. . .. ..,-. , . J- A in iw- - + M Q' xl! VE , w h - ,gnnw 4 'nm in 1 15' M, ' f , 1 VQ. , , V' - N ,- luv.. N.- l ' J-gif 4' , ., , W Y 1 '91 . ix... 5 i I 3 l 5 Nu 1 I ,l 5 o i 3 3 E I i I I I .em I it . -g Acti ities f-'X 11' - M, LA, ,, 4 Ili rw .V 5 1 3 41? Student Senate member Sonny Deriso talks with Tom Van Sickle and other leaders of the Horizons '66 Symposium sponsored by the Senate this Spring. Student Senate The Student Senate, composed of elected rep- resentatives from the divisions of the College as Well as from other student organizations and divisions of the University, is responsible for the various operations on the campus involving the student. Through committees such as the ones involving student health, food services, operations and the book store, the Senate strives to improve campus functions and accom- modations. Through the International Rela- tions program, for example, an attempt is made to introduce the foreign students more com- pletely to campus life by various teas and sup- pers given in their honor. In these Ways the Stu- dent Senate seeks to fulfill its responsibility to the Emory School community. S? 4' Senate members discuss the functioning of the bookstore with Mr. Prater. Pictured are the Student Senate olii- cers: left to right, Dick Langford, Presidentg Rusty Rodriguez, Vice Presidentg Barbara Beckham, Re- cording Secretaryg Pitta Middle- brooks, Corresponding Secretaryg Bill Walters, Treasurer. Not Pic- tured: Reath Allen, Vice President. One of the busiest times on campus, Spring Elections, is sponsored jointly by the Senate and College Councilg these elections include not only Sen ate and Council officers and members but also class and dorm ofiicers. "ll 01 1 iw, H -1 3 4 ii . E in ll' we . ,. N -um ill !! we L , ,, H -A P . I H, m w HISTORY ' :gn-:ne--- li ii mlb me ,Q :V .H 1 tw we fa 5,25 V- I ,gwwgg -iff: ff. I il -f df we ff r -A The College Council Oflicers for 1965-1966 are Jim Winn, Vice Presidentg Suzy McCain, Secretaryg and Bill Kemp, Treasurer. Not available for photographing was Tommy Tucker, President. College Council Sponsored by the College Council are many of Emory's main activities of the academic year. Included are annual events such as Dooley's Frolics, The Miss Emory Pageant, Fraternity and Sorority Rush, Freshman Camp, Parents' and Who's Who Selection. The elected class representatives are also re- sponsible for campus communications, the elections each spring and the quarterly Fac- ulty and Advisor Evaluations. Special activi- ties this year included the Spring Symposium and Aflirmation: Viet Nam, which was pub- licized nation-wide. The 1965-1966 academic year is considered one of the Council's most successful in creating a more diversified and exciting calendar of events. B, K 3 V an 71 . 769' -01 Miss Emory finalists Eleanor McMichael, , Beverly Marbut and Mary Weaver wait i with Emcee George Fox for their big mo- ment during the Panhellenic Sing. i-rr--- --J --- t "V elif-rr rl ' ' Ml I r fi n Members of one of the Council's many , committees are shown in an informal meetingg pictured, front row, left to 1' right, are Terry Connally, Martha , Anne Hillman, Coco Anderson, Laura Jones and Kathy Fertig. On the back row, also left to right, are Bruce Yer- gin, Carol Wilson, Don Brunson, Jim DeBardeIaben and Dawson Jackson. W may --.,.,..m3r 45 rr 4' - Af' rl 5-is AY7: 111,-.fv F-.XXL 1' 4 "AiHrmation: Viet Nam" necessitated many back-of-the-scenes planning and work sessions. Below is shown one of the press conferences used to explain the aims of the rally, which had nation-wide coverage and interest. E' 'TYTW wtwwlf F 'V ' 5 Us ' "fa wifi-,ai , fi N. Fa . f 'arf X ,,i. -,. ., 40,1 ' sill? '11 A ' 'J E- f' wr" "-,. ' , H .rf 1' l rt . l 4?-1 I Two students make last minute baggage checks before boarding buses for Freshman Camp, held off-campus each fall by the Council to introduce Cam- pus life informally to the new freshman before the rigors of actual orienta- tion begin. xl K , I.. a"'i3'-33' 45.1 -mwg, w, W ,,lt f ulllm"l?'E?iifiEE3EE PPV-fy ,xv- 'x in l l I ly.-.J sp. Violation: A student is seen looking on another'-J examina- tion paper and is reported to the Councilg as the Council explains to the freshman at orientation each year, failure to do so would in itself be a violation. The accused is contacted and appears before one of the Council's faculty advisors, Dr. Mandell or Dr. Rushe, accompanied by a member of the Honor Council, so that hishyiolation and the council proceedings can be explained to im. Honor ouncil In order for the Emory Honor Code to be mean- ingful, it is necessary to have an authoritative proce- dure behind it to ensure proper respect and support. This authority is designated to the Honor Council, which has the sole responsibility for handling offend- ers through court proceedings. Because of the un- certainty in the minds of many students regarding the activities of the Honor Council, the Campus, in cooperation With the Council, presents an account of the occurrences following an offense. Since council proceedings are confidential except for an impersonal announcement in the Wlzeel, this is a fictitious casey however, all details are factually correct. During the trial, the accuser presents the facts to the members of the Honor Council: left to right around the table, Dub Leake, Ralph Byers, Tony O'Donnell, Lucian Rice, Chairman, Chad Price, Joe Moore, Recorder, and Rusty Rodriguez. .2 fri?" A V gn The accused is then presented with the evidence and questioned for an explanation. During the proceedings, he is considered innocent until proven guilty. If the accused is declared guilty, a recommendation for punish- ment is given to the Dean, who will inform the guilty party of his punishment, provided he agrees with the Council's recom- mendation. In all cases of the Honor Council, the Dean has accepted the recommended punishment of the Honor Council. After hearing all pertinent information, the council retires to discuss the case. Following the conference, a unanimous decision must be reached to convict the accusedg if any member of the council considers the person innocent, then all records of the case are destroyed, and the person is found innocent. l 1 J A f I EXECUTIVE HOUSE COUNCIL: Tap to Bottom, left to rightg Linda Evans, president of McTyeirg Terry Sue Connally, president of Harris, Sally Gooch, president of Thomas, jerry Floyd, Vice president, Ginger Still, secre- taryg and Jane Morrow Publicity. Not Pictured, Sally Wilson, president, Eleanor McMichael, Social Standards and Lee Paulk, Activities. JUNIOR HOUSE COUNCIL: Top rofw, left to rightg Nancy Perry, Bren- na Niper, Terry Shelley, bottom row, left Leigh Mann, Sally Gooch. to right, Marsha Fly, Betty Y, r...,, .. 1 43 ,pc 459 Top rolw, left to rightg Betty King, Donna Knowles, Norma Korb, Marsha Griffin, Linda Evans, Betsy Tanner, Katie Pool, Linda Hoge. 6' f f rxxgl l l e 1 if an f,-5 1- , 'i Q, " l I , el I ,V , f AEK, E44 , . K. .JQ V, E ' ' gh: gf fl , - , L -, f ali' .TM if ' illlali' Aid H f .V . f, N .1 is ' - 2:4 - v 1 l -, - 5, FRESHMAN HOUSE COUNCIL. 1- - A C 1 V A ki,-5 L fif if i Q lx ll ' Fi - " lie, ' ' 5 T K "' T 'file y ,Ts , , - - , . ,. K s'X"'-VH: xl 53 Q..-6?-vv I!! . mi.. -Y . l E ff ,i .lwuwgnuy Left to right: Bill Boice, Don Hart, Penny Smith, Chandler Petersony Dub Leake fpresidentl, Linda Carol Finklestein, Ellen Scherr, Judy Turner, Lawrence Cook, Bill Walters, Susan Cahoon, Tina Starr, Kathy Al- bert, Lee Guice. Student Center Board Each year the Student Center Board sponsors a series of programs, the Creative Arts Festival. The first program this year was a debate between Dr. Altizer fleftj of the college and Dr. Stokes frightj of the theology school. w 1 Dormitory Government Emory men and Women rule themselves in all phases of campus life in- cluding in the residence halls. The students elect leaders to govern the dor- mitories. These leaders control conduct, provide dorm functions, and formulate the rules that Emory students live by. VVith their responsible leadership, Emory is considered a pleasant place to live. If ' 2'-1 'ag f , ,' i. A r 1 s y, . .X 1 X Q sg , gig. 'X ,X 5 -Q R is l ' ' 'TQQL Q 1 -Q W. ll'- K -'Fx " i 1 " - ' lr ll Wlfi , ff ' "fl '." : F ,V '5 gS'T"f N ' 5 . di- I '4-f-,",.3'f1 ' . FRESHMEN ADVISORS: Top rofw, left to rightf Debbie Staton, Nancy Crane, Carol Risher, Tina Starr, Beth Huttong Bottom rofw, left to riglztj Ellen Holder, Phyllis Romita, Barbara Spragens, Carol Kelly. H9 COUNCILORS: Left to riglztg Don Brunson, Jim Winn, Len Lastinger, Sonny Mark Frankel, Craig Gdodman. . . , I ' J fl S 'ax 3 .V DORMITORY GOVERNORS: Top to bot- tom,' Steve Spore, Ira B. Grimes, Glenn Kirslog, Paul Butler. 75 e w- .I R , fvgm... uw H Betsy Tanner pauses during Sadie Hawkins' Day, sponsored by Indo. First ro-w: Myra Kerr, Rhonda Cox, Tommy Ann, Carlin DeMore, Second rofw: Robert Certain, Hank Ambrose, Bill Chapman Qpresidentj, Ashley Williamson, Vince Berquist. Indo if-J-..- ... if fn: .. 9... gf. 'UT-'352prgj1'f2 Y. ilfgiifilikl- 5 i' 'U ffl! I. NE?-fisgq w:T"v wi 'lg J-a. A , l N Mike Scott, Gwen Atkinson, and Martin Levin during the Folk Festival. Scenes from the Creative Arts Festival Marsha Houston in a scene from John Brofwrfs Body. M 1 H, l J J H -A. .V Dean Bonnie Strickland participating in the Folk Festival. Joe Dickey in the Glee Club and Chorale's performance of H.M.S. Pinafore. "Us , A - -.bl r.. nf. 5 " Q E l-nr' ' " ' - ! l ts l ' I FQ v-"M V V H . .. , ,ir -1 J . - 3' .P X Q 23 ,J 4 1 - , A-'J '. ' za, ' ' ' Fi Women's Athletic Association l ' 1w.,.-:.. . Q, .' ,: . I ', 1 W 3 I if I 1 Q ,, f f " ..' 4' ' V f' "gk-QQ " X 3 -f :." 'm?mf.A Alpha mega Prospective Emory students are greeted on Senior Day, an activity put on by Cir cle K to acquaint students with the college. Circle K W Dean Robinson speaks for the admin- And George Fox shows the lighter side President Dub Leaks greets the Seniors. istration. of college life. l l 4 l l l 1 X lx E Ei- Mio:-'Ai .7 -5 .UW 4-.V +V-we i.,.,1i, . ...Q n we Y Fu Jew Several of the Chamber Singers gather around Mike Morgan for informal singing. o hamber Smgers The Chamber Orchestra rehearses with Dr. Lemonds. Ar.r .rrn,rrrA, 3 e V r -.4 55 A E . lifes J! Lf ,A .37 I i,..,-1 A 'Z TA- A- 5 me ,1. A scene from the Chorale's performance of H.M.S. Pinafore during the Creative Arts Festival. One of the Chorale's many enjoyable concerts. 2 Q Q ' . ' ' Uiggmf' H ""'j?- V 'qffgrf ,W 'f fag vv F . ' ' ' ,-:: an -, "' S 9" Q4 :7 !"f3afif" J " 1 - 5 fx' J' V . 4,5 , 1 , ,fil A ,.,, ,. 111 ,, , an , ,,,, n fi gawxj xg522 " :.'1fg?H.f1 - 1 3,52 i H gf 'f?gf' f' Aw -f1gEAQ.:,- 1' W , 1 Xu -X.. .QQ -77.43 f VV , f veg, I f , M--V gig ,. : I f :fi g"f4'!wf7?sf'iiiQf 5 H1732 . ' -, fa-1q,.:' if-'1 1 1 f :ITT Q - X .. -91'-gIl':f1: - 'gvzifrjr-'ggi' i :N fm. " ' ' ' "lL . '9eS'- V ' ' " ' 2 z 1 9 . .- 1 -V Y' ia' :EQ Y: In ' N 15'-IQ ' . X .J w N ' - xi'Q'a:5" ' I JV.. , 'fig MW? 435. X' 15iF.1H W "' "' -' I .393 ,, r gn ,E K In uw W uw H uw 3 ,gg-5:52 ww f V ,rf .EJ-, , ,-.gf L' 13. Y 'N " - i,.x N' ,332 T' ' 1 - '1 ' f I ' ' . 7 H13 Q-2:1-I - . ' 1 f , ' 'J Emory Women's Chorale K4 The Glee Club was given the opportunity to meet one of the famous singers who visited Atlanta. The guests at the Emory Birthday Party were entertained by the Glee Club as well as the Chorale. The Players working on the set of the spring production, Candida. Left to right: Linda McCalman, Sue Wisler, Marsha Houston, Sally Olenschla ger, Kitty Greene, Alan Orton, Susan Kay, Kirk Quillian, Gary Deaton, Bernita Stanley, Margaret Jones fpresidentj. Emor Players Kirk Quillian, Marsha Houston, and Steve Bastedo in the Creative Arts' presentation of John Brohwrfs Body. Scenes from The Doll's House 'NWK fm. Terry Adamson Alan Baughcum Kaid Benfield Harry Bennett 1'9" Ab 3 Bm Boice George Bostick Susan Cahoon Bill Durden Mark Frankel Marsha Houston Harvey Huntley 'E'- i'1"fu H ul ul Richard Kantor joe Longiuo Bill McDaniel Frank Mikell The Barkley Forum ll l lin, fi Pl a 'S' ,, r Ml joe Newman Chandler Peterson Kirk Quillian Bill Walters Richard Willard Ted Wolf al,- nq N A W, M , ' ' - r HN HN 'U l -'WP vck' W H ll gn. ., 1, 1 l V. ' A y Q XX 1 ,fi 372'-21,1 all L , ' ' HF gg. ftf"'-' ' mi- 1,-5 ,f-,- 3P'l?'-- A 'Ni-f I fi- fl l'g:"1 , 5 .. L . ',5i1-'ig' W vw ? , Bob Sain Larry Woods w. ll n 1 F Rev. Laird, Director of Religious Life, discusses plans for freshman ., Camp with Lanie Wasserman. Emor Religious Association Officers of the ERA were lleft to rightj Jeff Maddox, treasurerg Ellen Holder, secretaryg Kathy Manry, vice-presidentg and Harvey Huntley, president. wigs,- Dr. William Stringfellow, a prominent New York author- attorney, was guest speaker for this year's Fall Symposium. Fall Symposium V- fl 4 :':,T1v.:: QL, .L -H . .1 ---,-EL-:-: A ' ,i- .ig j f ,wiv puff fe The panel discussion with Dr. Stringfellow included fleft to rightj: Dr. Boozer fmoderatorl, Dr. Levine, Carol Thigpen, Dr. Stringfellow, John Henderson, Dean Strickland, and Dr. Hessla. Winter eeture Series The speaker for Winter Lecture Series was Dr. Richard Luecke, a very animated and exciting lecturer. WT ,Q ' 5 13 1 ' ' ' 'W . A, ,V ., rr ' i, - , L. wma, mem - L Left to fzght rant: Ray, Turner. Sitting: Shelley, Pineo, Laird, Hamilton, Anderson, Deutschman. Standing: Vigodsky, Weisblatt Rice Fox Rohrer Maddox, Fink. Pi Delta Epsilon, Emory's Lit- erary Honor society, continued to represent Emory with some of the finest literary talents in the South. To become a member of IIAE , a student must demonstrate out- standing ability in the field of lit- erature. With the growing literary excellence on campus, IIAE this year, under the leadership of Pres- ident Em Cole, again continued to honor the best talents on campus. EM COLE, President of Pi Delta Epsilon 92 l 1 MARTHA LAIRD, Editor in Chief of 1966 Campus. Campus This year, the Campus switched from Taylor Publishing Company to Foote 8: Davies, and with this switch the Campus took on a whole new ap- pearance. Editor Ma1'tha Laird and her staff combined the new mosaic layout with more comprehensive cov- erage of the school to give Emory a yearbook second to none in appear- ance and content. The extensive use of color highlights the school year in a way to give both the graduating seniors and underclassmen a vivid remembrance of 1965-66 at Emory. N-'RJ fi? nl' ...ff fx TERRY SHELLEY, Associate Editor. RICK LENTZ Business Manager. l P 1 If .J ,GQ 1 5, . I Q,-gf ,Q fat b , x PL5: ',-r PM , Y V . of 'xv ' 1.1. " . I I ' x' 5 15 . of 5 Sgilag 91 Q- xiii? is I 2.1 at 'V x xg!! as-7 1: . .Q it vrivsti 6,9 In ,L ' P1 'gi'17f"5gvf'4, Fi 'i I 1 M157-,G 'a , "IU :fa-1 Jig,-x.,'y uf., in 4. I X-Iii? ,if 2, I if :.: - 'Q 1 ,' if A , ' r I A' ' ' L :Il , I -4" i M25 3'-Z. Liv- PQ J' f !Jv' Q 3 SA X ii I: g,..- gs slat. ,,' I' V. ,gg 1: - --- f" f .exQ'.?i...- JJ? - BOB HOWLAND, Boys' Sports Editor. rbi 'rar 4 0. 1 --Nt 5 ii -.L W 'ff . H ,Wag DIANE WILLEY, Girls' Sports Editorg SUSAN WILLIS, Sen iors Editor. LYNN MCARTHU ar . V f I R, Administration Editor ' ' fi'-'M' 'l Y -., ur , J L, 1. .- N551 v.. -ef gg-p JOHN BROWN, Publications Editor. SX, ,fa .' 1 v :wg u www v SUEIE WISLER, TINA CLARDY, CHERYL DIX, SANDY BURKE, CON- NIE BURGAMY, University. SHELLY HUDDLESTON, Theology Schoolg MONIQUE CHATAGNIER, Freshman Editorg LOUISA BOND, Business School. CAROL RISHER and MIMI HARRISON, Sororitiesg TOM MCGUIRE, Fraternities. 1 sfi s W 1 i W M 5511iQii'i'ilf"'l1"',l""vw giJmyAuiiJ5U1ezg3i3iEiQ5gi32i2?fafszagiWW N i , W NWN zu W Y ww is www H w A xi nggfni, X M , J" c' , i V, , N m H ww W ,. aww SUSAN PINEO, KATHY MANRY, Activities. K at Wheel This year, the Emory Wheel, headed by editors Otis Turner, Ken Ray, again li- vened up its reputation as the Southls most outstanding Col- lege newspaper. The Wheel expanded its already excellent news coverage into all facets of Emory life. The Wheel staff again turned in a fine performance, combining its many editorials with an out- standing array of coverage of such controversial subjects as "AHirmation Vietnam" to give the Emory student a precise and detailed coverage of all important events of the 65-66 school year. :V 1 i NVE 1 L., fs ii "Y 'uf , vi hegp, ap' I 'X ,. u KEN RAY, Editor November-Mayg OTIS TURNER, Editor May-October. 2 X viii KN ,W ,. ,-5 A? 3 Fl fl Z2 ?Yf'2lfi. ig!" 'a.3'i'l'Qi,?.l1'i- 32.6. ?i1'i."' ..igf-,- i Iii 'Ai .. , ' 'im '2?iggii2..ilf I ,,,I.,,.gu,i. af - -- :Qi .a,,r.5,l .. fuilgys .-, 1. .fff??"'.,2fl' nffI'iQ'i TT ,!.-. ,,.. - X. egiws-ga?f.1.g.J'g.. -V F, ,.-- ,.g-arf'-" .an Y -+, -Q. -1, -+, Q+ -+, - 4 -Q.,-Q . 5.2 1, 1 l 'li " -'.-f1f'5-2:73 L1 K 7 . 1m 1,x "5F,' :Zigi ' -f--'- i rffiwii 1, ' fli'l!l'.iM , ,,, i 51 ,.r.. :::i' W 6 i " .Mg L l I A A. JERRY COHEN, Cartoonist. i ' EM COLE, Associate Editor. 6 K 1 2.54 A, .fi 'I 1 X N, T xx , ...Sgr 1 N H ,w ,Www ww ,U w ,, ' my .-1 X55 M.'?Q.5'lg.- .HJ I' ET 7: ' '11, V4 Q EF? - "1 ' :rfb L11 WL' 1 ' ' ' 1,1 ,J.,., , 1 .. 4, , .. , V 1, 1 H w M, w M K. - 1. .mf 4 1, 1 ef ff , we , - W Q: U Y , -1- ' ,gr g N1 M 1 Q PEGGY STOKES and PITTA MIDDLEBROOKS. S. PHARR 31 i '. ,.-- s 1 g fmiwq lW541Y2 - k'15Wa2,w' Aww' W w "L, .4 I K. RICE and J. MADDOX. .1 ,afar i .r H ,F gl 31 5 1H.uff"":: 1 1 1 ! ' ,V qw? 'f . Ev-,NN W, I E H - 5, pm. ,Ni QTW - ' :.:w1'iiiwQ4 ,...,,,.,,,.,,. f. ml... ,XJ :SIR ., 'xx 5, - in' 2311. ""f' its - Q J ' f"is '- ,- Mggsziw, -5-lil STEVE RASH, Sports Editorg BOB FORRY, Assistant Sports Editor. F W L3 V wx W Hi in "' wi SUSAN HEMPHILL, SUSAN GOURLIE. ff BILL SIMPSON, Advertising Manager. , 1 1 '11::1M13!FE 1' " 1" H ' ' 1111 A W!"5 1 1 f 1 1 1 1 273' 1. 1 115 NW f I 1 u 1. W 1 H M H 1 1 fu. 11 11 '11"11 11 11111 1 11 if 11 1. H www!! S. MCCAIN, Exchange Editor. 1 . f -+- -...w.xW-.,,,,. , f .. Y -HI ..-. . ef--41' 1-ajfrp--nwgw-Q . , 1 Fm ij-d4:J.1.f:5:w+ff:.-y - W --.vez 1f sw- ...-,15-gl Kamen -W-7-11 '-"W" "'T'111 , I-I V l1l .. 1 ., 1 J .ggi W A.., was " 111M111Mg ,Q H-4 "'7 "Imax 1-' J , 1-111 1"11 "'11'1N 1 1 A1511 ' " "N" 1 'ezzssfaifissffu H 11111 1 11 m1 ' W" """.l1jg1Q'1 H ,sag 11. 111 111 111 11m11.H!H 11 11 111 g11:111 N 11111 11wmKJL11!11 1"11"'11"'11 ,M H W Egg'-ffM5f1,,1 " 1' .W1 M111 gf- 1111 X A. FINK, 'Executive Editor. N . s 1 1 bf: 1 mf.: 21' 11 11 1 . W 1 111 111 1 , I :Y , fm M , gg?gg,'g-5 ' .1 if 11, " 1 21Dw11fw111 ,g.f! v I . 11 1 , 11f342!1la2E14f.., 1 11 1 11 N :if?gfVf11N111 111 'H-1 1.115 "" H' 1 , Eiga rw av, g--v 1 1 -' I ' ' Phoenix Under the leadership of George Fox, the Phoenix, the South's oldest Collegiate Magazine, began its seventy-seventh year of publication. The Phoenix was expanded to a quarterly magazine published three times a year, with a "special" issue guaranteed to liven up any school year. To augment the excellent though sometimes pointed humor of the regular issues, the Phoenix combined with the Wheel to publish the first Phoenix edition of the Wheel, which had many BU. students frantically calling their draft boards. To top oil the fine year, the Phoe- nix sponsored the first annual Phoenix "Aggression Day Rally" which was indeed one of the dirtiest rallies in Emory history. ' Q 1' ' Q E ,mx W, 1 WF E Q GEORGE FOX, Editor of the Phoenix. 1 jr. RA N , m N ,L Q J PV- 7 eh" A 3: . ,LCKj,!d'i I :.:giw.:.: K , W - ar- fe ' K Elvis- , N , 2' P X f HH UTS nie- NA . '19 4- fig as T WAYNE WOOD, Managing Editor. 1 M ' P i I 1 I ,aff '01 fl Y fgxff Nl J. e Wir r Mfg 1 G H fssgu J XX,, E A X., , if-1 X, "fa m QWLQ l,,QfXw" 55211 is ' ' ' 'if 'H' m XX u0WXXX ,Q X M Us-.L ' WM XX ii i Xegawfaszif ,,fi,11g,iz H 3345 ' f ei ,A "W W " M 1 XXX X X X X X XX X ,mimi uw. H s N E- N 4 X ,': N af a N '? V - . HAROLD VIGODSKY, Business Manage 924.412 - ' nz A ., T f - 1-.,,--Aki.-V PEGGY STOKES, Special Edition Editor. 1, -'iiXX'1!'m H 1 'V " 'wi V .I , . H"--HH' ,wig 'fisglzijgz QE 'M w 1 w s wi- 42 w 1, w i , X , ' 4 W mi ' X . V I ! fi C 51 all. H WHHH X94 , H ,. if XX, H I ,.. fy' as 5' ,W V N X Archon The Archon, Em0ry's newest liter- ary magazine, Was conceived as a show case for the many talented Writers at Emory University. Dedicated to a pre- sentation of both dramatic and humor- ous literature alike, the Archon, under editor Susan Pharr, had a very full year and has earned its place among E.U. Publications. sa ,i A ,lg-EZMI . 2 if ff, - Z L. WISEBLATT il t S. PHARR, Editor of the Archon lg' if WINSTON MORRISS NZ rag S XXX? Xu! V55 1 y it .N ni' 1 X 41' RHODA DEUTCHMAN, head of WEMO. ...L 'fr- Wemo WEMO, Emory's very own radio sta- tion, completed the most successful year of its young history. Under the progres- sive leadership of Rhoda Deutchman, WEMO greatly expanded its facilities this yearg and next WEMO plans to expand its coverage to FM as well as AM, pro- viding Emory students with a continuous playing of their favorite music. twwm n pr' Lt. Col. Patterson Capt Ennever Rick Lentz, Cadet Commander Cadet Band A ,X- uw - -2 ,-Q-up-L, 5 ns-vw.. .-M. if .fi .ggi A , F' W. '10 f " 1 3' w Q 1, LPM -JfP"' ir Force RCTC ?:s"m'WT 4?-,:!'41.,ll' Y v""1u1"'f"'fT'i' Q wwf H 'H ,, H w Cadet Commander's Staff ,-ff , JL. ..' - 4 ' ff' f- M-, . - . .M--5 5 ,Arun -.A-, . H1 H, f4Px ' 9553 Sports Intercollegiate 1 Soccer Greatest Year Yet This year the Emory Varsity Soccer Team rolled to victory with an outstand- ing 11-1 record. Coached by Emory's Coach Tom Johnson and led by team captain Phil Lawrence, the Soccer team chalked up a straight win record till the last deciding game against Pfeiffer Col- lege. For the 1965 season two new im- pressive team records were set: more wins were registered and more goals scored than any other Emory Soccer team in the preceding years. 1965-66 Team fin alphabetical orderj: Al Allgood, Miles Abbott, Joe Bartenfeld, Bob Berglun, Ralph Byers, joe Canipelli, Alex Davenport Ross Deck, John Ertel, Joe Haraszti, Bob Hastings, Jim Henderson, Jim Keeler, Kirk Lalor, Len Lastinger, Phil Lawrence, john Lindstrom Buddy Lovett, John McAfee, Chuck McGill, Danny Martin, Doug Mitchell, Bob Myers, Ronnie Panky, Serg Payo, Charles Siemon, Stan Stock- dale, Tom Tucker, jay Turnipseed, John Vann, jim Weaver, Bill Petrie, Joe Rogers, Ed Spalty, Don Smith. Emory Emory Emory Emory Emory Emory Emory Emory Emory Emory Emory Emory Soccer -SCOREBOARD- Fla Southern 4 Rollins 3 Emory at Oxford 0 Berry 3 Oglethorpe 3 Sewanee l Vanderbilt 1 Emory at Oxford 1 Furman 1 Oglethorpe 1 Davidson 0 Pfeiffer 6 -r Y' L- A, . ,A ,. ,U ...U--,. .. 1.-.3,:,1:!,1.k21u1L.5s.'-'l'w'fLE.1-f4:f.f9SI'!1l.'J..1f-fl'.' . l - . A swift move keeps Rollins College from scoring . 1 ,v,7fQ W 'I :ill , , ,. T 1xqy"w,1 ir 3. - , gs- A ., f Q1 Q - J' M S iajelgfff f 11'v,.,,, N. A 1 X11 fi 1: 711 , :.:V .. , ' 111, , . 'll lflg . sfMw1y1e , N11 1 -111 - ,Zi 1 , . --, 1 H ' 1 yin ' 6,-lm? Q 3' -2 4' 5 1 , 1, -V, , , V -, 135 ,515 Q' ' ' Q lglrll ' 1 A i , ,, , y r f 5gQg,Ag..4-..lv1 if-,W..."' V- V 1 , iff lv MQ ' " '1!lfa,'3?,.jlflA,.1f f 1. d,1,W1! -H-,A :Frm lr g il , 4 ..-...uw M V If gh- .. "'E1aE,:.'f'M 'f 1 . T zlnkflf , LK? A 1 I Li- F? 1 Q, ' V 1 lr, wr 'mm W I 1 1,LE9M.f31lH,.:1,f11 au-1-kim V W. 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Q. -' , I ESA,-1wL-MB'm1EfwE"iP?Q?'m'i4 ww-"' if MM 45364 L 4' " , rw fu? 2563 X '- ,JW if 'aiu ' ui -25'.i,'t' '-uf Q-"'u . , 111 ibwe 'Q' . - ""i" V -Y A S W ntercollegiate Wrestling pvwgi., gg V- ...,, . . ,M A f fwfgf-ff Y llislwgll , H, , Wrestling Team-First rofw fleft to rightj: Fletcher Huber, Nick Ordway, Steve Schildecker, Al Meek, Bill McDow. Second rofw fleft to rzghtj Coach Turner, Bob Bookholt, Ashley Williamson, Harris Friedman, Archie Stokes, Karl Weickhardr, Bill Brotherton. Emory Emory Emory Emory Emory Emory Emory Emory 0 8 0 3 16 0 5 24 SCOREBOARD Sewanee Davidson Auburn Georgia Tech University of Ga Chattanooga Maryville Furman lu l' E Intercollegiate Swimming Even though the team Was not highly success- ful this year, much work and effort Went in the preparation of the l965-66 Varsity Swimming Team. After much grooming this year, all fresh- men and most upperclassmen will be back to put their best forward for the coming year. Led by team captain Tim Scott, the team scored two impressive victories over West Georgia College at the Carrollton and Emory meets for this year's wins. 1965 66 SVSlmmlDg Team fLeft to R1ghtSzttzngj Bob Yetter Steve Tolber Steve Richards, David Runnion, Peter Thomas, Tom Ostermann Robert Day fLe t to Rzght Stamizngj Tim Scott Bo Kagan Jim Atwood Chuck Hutton, jim Bumgardner, Steve Reighard, Richard Elmer xx , N r QHF ' , , - . - ' . l ,' il li A rg ' ' .f . l i ' V 1- ' . if' ,, yy, ,, . . . i l, , - , . -.iran . - ,. , rc P . -, .. .iv - 1 -- , .. . ,nu f --- .:,g:+:, -gg .. U L4 . S V. N XXL mn. f., VH a 'A ii ., , .. hx 2, , x 73 I . - -es!! x N Al i V- I , , , , , I 1 , A L --i ' ,' , . or ' 'H-g.,., ' .. 1 X ,f A ii! . 1, Nre--'ai f ' ' if D-Q: Fxe- ef-,isa 'NN 'fi' IQ.-3 . . , 1-. 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The excellent team held to a shutout five games in the year: Florida Southern, Georgia Southern, Mercer, Florida State, Univer- sity of Georgia, and Davidson, to end a record year. 1965-66 Tennis Team fAll not shownj: Jeff Batkin, Jerry Drummond, Paul Drummond, Jack Giles, John Hurst, Tommy James, Rick Sea- born, Bob Stagg, Sam Wiesel, and Richard Zorn. re!P"""' f-5 Q 'Qu Y V , - l Emory Emory Emory Emory Emory Emory Emory Emory Emory Emory Emory Emory Emory Emory Scoreboard Florida Southern Stetson Ga. Southern Mercer Stetson Furman Mercer Florida State Indiana Oglethorpe Sewanee Vanderbilt Georgia Davidson 1 i www l . H jeff Batkin scores J 4 " ,x..-up-- Z ,ua-5'..1i.a .- ,:. . , - -1 A serve in the Emory vs Georgia gam Emory ,1 wry., A ily Oglethorpe Intercollegiate Track The 1966 Track Team ended with a 7-2 Win- ning record. The biggest victories were over West Georgia, LaGrange, Florida Southern and Wofford Colleges. In addition, seven new school records were set: Pole Vault by Bob Harrisong Broad Jump and Triple Jump by Jack Buhrowg Discus Throw by Ed Spitzerg Mile Speed by Don Smithg 440 Relay by Charles Steman, Jack Buh- row, Eric Vihlen, and Ralph Byersg and finally the One lVIile Reay by Chet Walker, Danny Mar- tin, jim Newman, and Bob Yeakle. Q-- 1 az . I Hi f, 5 3 R' Y '1 1 51 L 1 1 111 , Q 1 1,-QML1 1 ' HW N H NW y A-1 , Y -V VL A Qi Y Y W ,, M W 1 1 11 H1 Y 1 1 1 I, 11 11! , ,,'W11,,111-"1 1 11"AFg W1 11 " ' 1 !g?xMWMMMwWmwMMwmMMwHhN HNHmwWM2QQ wMMpWMwf5mwwVWW1 M3231 HMVM 1,lM1 1 . 11 fag ' 1 1 1 1 ' 1115- 11' ,,f V X , 11 ? 1 1 WJWWMV 11 1 1 mwQQg f-1 ,-,Q ' 1 ,fa.N xzzv I ' 1 J .1 Lg . 'IW-1 , 1... 11 'ggi :' 'f N Q' 1 xg :Lf 'X 1 .. 511,11 , ,, ' . , ,,-,gal-afiikgi-L.1 V ' Q 'ifNT?:1 1 ' '11 -1 'H M111 fu4f11 1 111 1, if .1 . 11.- 11 1 1. - .iwQ1.gY . 11 !Lf 1 1 2.-' 1 1 r 171 , A I L, 1 W1 1 . 1 MM X ww 1 iw N Pffreu , 11.w MQ W? 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Maxine shows trophy winning form Enthusiastic crowd cheers team. 128 X 4 H '-2 ,-1 l' 1:1 , 13 A - Q W-f Viz? ' 'I ' ' - . iv f T 355: M: 433,-Q2 1 ,, -QV V , 5 , Qgymm X uf' "mmm I " 1 N , M w '51 , id-'-.hyl f" ' A fsfgp 1?Hi,j2 Lfgw 'Mlm ATL7'f , x lf' r N J I 129 Winter quarter brought another rough and tumble season in Women's basketball-with battle scars, tears and victory parties. The Independents won the championship for the second year in a row and Kappa Kappa Gamma took second place. - The toss-and the championship game is underway. N A . . 1 ' . . ,uw H ,- 1 - H ww. 1 Q , ., uw m' 1 w I F ! ,W M A E W.. V , N Q -7 77- 1 131 Spring quarter Emory women spent part of their time in "ye olde poole" and on the archery range. This year Alpha Delta Pi won the swimming and diving competition While Kappa Delta placed second. Kappa Alpha Theta's Winning Water ballet added enough points for a third. 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The Well-known names of Major Lance and the Platters are heard in the Saturday afternoon concert in the Field House. All this is appropriately climaxed with a semi-formal dance Saturday night downtown at the Biltmore Hotel. 4 r J at 4 V :,-.3121 -1 - 4- -1 rl 1' , r ,gif Thus, another visit from Dooley is ended, as he once more descends into his grave on the Quad. A week of parties, little studying, frustrated professors, lawn displays is now only a memory, while newly as- signed tests, too little sleep, and a desire for more fun are only too real. x- KI 1216 fy jp' IW c ix. z 5.51. , ' mn, ,, ,. Hi ,.-Wg' x. 'ilf 5 I gi Vx:-, fi k 4 'J' ' K 'Y'--41' sg s. P .pf ',1"U Wifi! '41 A, afar, I fx . - D' 7534 Z no 1w5. "P M -.ry ,-.. , , .. if J 12. , ., M ,' 'f Q N . ' I Q' ' f R. -' ,I 41, L , iw .- Via. , , M . .. 1 , 5 H Q, 6 13-A A ,L ..,t M. .- 7.9 a,Y ,LZ- -L 'f ' 'ZTfffiHL?g-r-21, , 42-, 'ggi I 1' 5' .Y I wr, 1 V1 Greeks ,,, , in l 1 I- Williams J. Cobb M. 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Director w . X H. Drecksler -.-' ':': , - iglggfi zzz ' x, . - .air Z. Lang 4. - .. ,..m... . Tl 3 'P 4... W ' - fi' A. Klein H1 PX E .. 4 . 4"'fgl ..z., YH H, .... . ...ML ,K .N .' E " 3 r f' H' . ' x . . W 'I R- Schwartz "" "-"5 Y ., 5 .Q- -fv " .' ll-ii la "" " . j x fl S. Hollander S. Horowitz f-1. -.QL-.21 E M. - ,.,.,.,., . 7 ,, aw.. .Ll 1 .. , ., 2 if .. PM - 1-. . . . Fi 15.-f -' F- . . 1' '3 f 'l I '. v 5 .. V . mx w . .- fn .' gy' , , ...Q 1 ' A. Wagman M. Weinberger I f J X I University it . . DR. SANFORD S. ATWOOD, Ph.D. President of the University K The Board of Trustees DR. JUDSON C. WARD, JR. Vice President and Dean of Faculties. if Ag ,jf L. ..,i: 1 GGODRICH C. WHITE, Chancellor of the University, Ph.D., LL.D., Litt.D., I-Il-LD., LH.D. lEE1g,llLf'Fn.1qg ,. ,. ill. 35, MR. JOHN T. MCTIER, Business Manager 1 fp' J my -B mu 53 MR. EWELL E. BESSENT, Treasurer and Controller , E:.1I.,..,.:11ff, ' MR. DYAR MASSEY, Director of Development li l m in .M DR. IGNATIUS W. BROCK, Registrar DR. BONNIE R. STRICKLAND, Dean of Women MR. E. JEROME ZELLER, Dean of Men ,ww MR. ROBERT WHITAKER, Assistant to the President A RRtt t. DR. DAVID W. ROBINSON, Dean of Student Affairs 1 L RH" 'i-W w ' i. '.1Q,5,Lj,'-2? , 211 MR. CHARLES N. WATSON, Director of Admissions MR. LEWIS L. CLEGG, Sr. Director of Admissions DR. SAM L. LAIRD, IR., .Director of Religious Life "hib- MR. BRYAN L. ALLAN, Director of Operations is . 1 . . 'Nfl MR. JOHN OUTLER, III Director of Personnel MR. HUGH HILLIARD, Associate Controller MR. RALPH C. DAVIS, Assistant Controller QS Z-WC MR. GUY R. LYLE, Director of Libraries I V , Ji A ,Ev ,N io MR. JOHN W. ROZIER Director of News Bureau . JH W 5 i i .Vw 6- C MR. RAY P. GANDY, Associate Director of Alumni MR. WALTER R. DAVIS, Director of Aiumni DR. HENRY P. MILLER, Dean of Alumni i ,T 'cw , V ' x 1. N , . -'f i . , wY.,.' ' . MR. CHARLES W. HAYES Director of Purchases MRS. HELEN ENKINS, J Director of Food Services f i' QM f- ' 1 ww- 5 Y W f gg gg, .. - . .L N wr f O vs 3. ii --sr Y .. it s 5 wwf'-'V . .. f . 1 , - -ui. ii -l.--.,,.., V. s mmf? V 'sg . , . i ZW . A . U I Y 5 ,5 5 QQQ.gfj'7i"'-A' "E A - : ,Y V 1 :Agn 4-my R sa 3? 4. ' f A, 'QL R' ' X 'K MR. ROBERT E. WILLIAMS Director of Auxiliary Enterprises Q 1 K 'With MR. DONALD D. GEHRING, Director of Men's Housing MR. DONALD R. MOORE, Director of Housing MRS. CAROLYN MOORE, Supervisor of Women's Housing W MR. NORMAN C. SMITH, Vice President for Development and Planning of the University DR. ROY MASON, JR. Director of Student Health aw I-' 's Af X I .f I I, '- 'I wx:-newwj--een-f.-71-fifif-:-e f ' .I ' N 7 ' ' LIN Elfkgfl - 1 -VP fi, liwgvhs V l , '- lff fi' -an f-' -:-:-: V -u ei ,aa .., f is", L, ' .- .. if , 1- -A f -PM wx- ' 7'-iii' Z l . . ..,.. 5 , ,x , V? 5,57 - Q A L-fy . .4 ,. t . eil lt., f -L JV V . ,. t V, V V Q WI. N . F V :I 'X' 5 ,ia " ' P' r y 1 gr!! 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QWSP,as,a., . .-r 41-5 ., ww l- ll 5 M5 y A . ' 'Mi ll- fl' ll mum M ww' l :ml 'gc " 'V Z "Y mia: - f , ,5 5 4- N ., 5 r"'- fu ww llll ll ll I l 'FLA -fi . . ij ,, '!iJ'f'i! ' ' ' Q DR. I. T. DOBY Sociology and Anthropology 1 Y -l Q y yyy Q l A I' -1.- ' an , v " , ,---....,,.. DR. G. E. KAISER Romance Languages lo,g4g.fL ,, , . DR. 1. J. KNOPF Psychology LT. COL. E. C. PATTERSON Aerospace Studies Qu. , A-'74-Iliglrmr 7! 'Q-Q2 E 355 1 T? DR. W. A. BEARDSLEE Bible and Religion "s Ll 4,41 , v, . .I f-J. , .,. mi . . ia ll I .V is . P f 1 . " gf .- ' 1... W, DR. R. A. DAY Chemistry DR. A. V. BEATTY Biological Sciences DR. W. TATE WHITMAN Economics if DR. E. T. LADD Teacher Education N 1 .544 X V l DR. C. E. BAIN English fActingj gl I fi f P 5. Q A 'l 'G 4 1-T f-I fi DR. A. T. ALLEN Geology DR. S. M. JOHNSON German DR. J. M. CONANT Classics ' 1- -4.-.,e' , 'SE Eiflfr- mqggu - .H ,J K 1 R.- . ' ,Y ku H. Y ,K y , H: JJ P ' - ,Q N 0 W ww...-.vw Q' P' DR. W. A. STRAUSS Humanities DR. W. R. CRELLY History of Art BX' MR. A. V. LAWSON Librarianship A wg ,',1..Lx DR. J. H. YOUNG History A DR. TRE VOR EVANS Mathematics F H ,...............-4 ' " in-Q-J-' DR. E. C. VVHITE Music l mil? MR. T. E. MCDONOUGH Physical Education l l l DR. R. H. ROHRER Physics DR. T. WILCOX Philosophy fActingj Di ff DR. C. W. Bain Political Science andler Professors Established in 1959, the Charles Howard Candler Professorships are awarded to professors showing outstanding teaching ability, productive scholarship, and distinguished service to the University in further- ing the cause of higher education. The professor- ships are given as a memorial to Mr. Candler, who served as chairman of the University Board of Trustees from l929 until his death in 1957. is im 1 . ' u f4-- -- es.- '15 DR. J. H. GOLSTEIN Professor of Chemistry DR. C. G. GOODCHILD Professor of Biology DR. J. G. LESTER Professor of Geology ,lub MR- STANLEY JOSLIN DR. LEROY E. LOEMKER Professor of Law Professor of Philosophy .ull 1 .ff E3 '5 in x :ins li "1 V 'It-'SEQ . , - iff-P-.rl'iQ,'-L -2112: 13 .1 41811 ,'-. ,I 'Z-.1"' 13115-,Q x-,'-- ,L L '.' '12 -. . .u figff- '.I- lf...- ,LQ f?gi7!,,,:,. l.f::,'.p '13 -tj.-?2:'.xr' f r ' . U 42, X -11 4- -' g:,f.Lf,f-.bar L- -. : ff -1 l gg:-v.':,:P,.P:1Yl.--5-'ir 1 'xiii-ig?f":-Liiifgi-T72 .c 'R 3.5 -.-Q4 .nn ., -, 4.-..-, ,, -H qw., - 4 ffwwfg, 3 v' J. " r-A W - f":3Z?Z2r ,,-.1-- W . 'HL ,gf--.us .4 ., --..-.: 224 y vw., DR. JOSEPH MATHEWS Professor of History DR. BELL I. WILEY Professor of History inn--f'3 '195w"" HJ' 5 955:10 wfw w'W.r"- "H " "M ' H H s- wx - 1 w rm- ,V V u DR. ALFRED E. WILHELMI Professor of Biochemistry DR. H. STEPHEN WEENS Professor of Radiology DR. W. TATE WHITMAN Professor of Economics ' 1-nil LT. COL. E. C. PATTERSON Professor of Aerospace Studies I DR. WILLIAM A. BEARDSLEE Professor of Religion DR. A. V. BEATTY Professor of Biology Professors IQ ...,il.' , DR. JACK S. BOOZER Professor of Religion MR. E. H. RECE Professor of Religion College DR. WILLIAM D. BURBANCK Professor of Biology DR. C. G. GOODCHILD Professor of Biology DR. A. C. CLEMENT Professor of Biology DR. ERNEST L. HUNT Professor of Biology i DR. H. L. CLEVER Professor of Chemistry DR. CHARLES RAY, JR. Professor of Biology DR. LEON MANDELL Professor of Chemistry , .:.-4,1i'ri ' W ..i'.-I'-'-' , U .w'f,:.:L'::::.- gb wx:-fi ' T51-.. 5515. fi' .,.n . .1 E','h--ef...:-.1-if .:::,, . 'figs . . ,.f,:,., w A 7.iri5 a- .- ' , .TSI 5' ' W5 'V V -I .' fn? ,,.. ' -1 1 .5 ' F 1: E,i.E.fE.'- . Fug . LSE? DR. R. A. DAY, JR. Professor of Chemistry DR. J. H. GOLDSTEIN Professor of Chemistry DR. WILLIAM H. JONES Professor of Chemistry DR. ARTHUR L. UNDERWOOD Professor of Chemistry i ,. l , G DR. J. M. CONANT Professor of Classics DR. HAROLD L. JOHNSON Professor of Economics DR. JOSEPH AIROV Professor of Economics DR. W. TATE WHITMAN Professor of Economics A ss A DR. RICHARD L. HENDERSON Professor of Teacher Education si Bs 2 . .. H lf. ,QE DR. WILLIAM G. M Professor of English DR. E. T. LADD Professor of Teacher Education IH E wr, ' l 4 O- ADsoN .-11" DR. ROBERT L. McCROSKEY Professor of Teacher Education DR. EDWIN T. MARTIN Professor of English DR. WARD PAFFORD Professor of English QV KN, ,Eggs ,NX -gsmnf U. DR. GARLAND G. SMITH Professor of English I-S DR. FLOYD C. WATKINS Professor of English DR. ALBERT E. STONE, JR. Professor of English if A w ,Mm , J 5 M r. ' ,ag . .V , ,ul . 0+ QWTQ, Q - ' 0 ag, W, H , 1 351-5 I 1' . L A - u gf . ..5:5 5:5.... . 5.15, 5' DR. ARTHUR T. ALLEN Professor of Geology ...ad DR. SIDNEY M. JOHNSON Professor of German 755 il' .G 37 ki. r 1 ..., DR. J. G. LESTER Professor of Geology 1 DR. GEORGE P. CUTTINO Professor of History DR. SAM M. SHIVER Professor of German s u A 1. . m Em I , X . DR. JOSEPH J. MATHEWS Professor of History Q , . 1 I 1 u DR. HARVEY YOUNG Professor of History DR. TREVOR EVANS Professor of Mathematics V' H' ,E Hijiiff ff DR. ERNEST W. NELSON Professor of History , T Y ---'T -1 Q .. R 5 , 3 H-,,.,, . - 1.,f:,:.r - .,,.. Q - N5 1 'N 'g f 1 . i L W 2 Hi W 1 . F Q . . D., v , Y M " "- lit., T"1 ' ' rf: 1 ' ' .ff WMI -- "' J, ,mi 1 I , BV I r X Ll " ' .,1-: 7 ' . K, " 8.39551 I sw. Q CJ. P W ' 1. m i 9' 'a DR. WILLIAM R. CRELLY Professor of History of Art FW' F7 DR. LEROY E. LOEMKER Professor of Philosophy 'L-is Z wfffl . DR. GREGOR SEBBA DR. JAMES W. SIMMONS Professor of the Liberal Arts Professor of Physics z 5 ,H 'Ei .gi '3' ,H 'E ' 1 4 i 1 3113 .2-as 9- 1 l if: X ' gs F, will nu , iii 5: ww ,,.gX 5 ' ' ' 1, 5. ., g f L 5 f ' DR. IVOR LECLERC DR. CHESTER W. BAIN Professor of Philosophy Professor of Political Science yml.!f'?'3xx If Y ' 1 lilifl MR. THOMAS E. MCDONOUGH DR. L. M. HOLLAND Professor of Physical Education Professor of Political Science 'll ll A mlif lf' ' R .ffl A DR. RICHARD F. STARR Professor of Political Science uP7KV 1 ,. Pl QA iiiiilgili ...E ,1- S' .m., P . DR. ALFRED B. HEILBRUN, JR. Professor of Psychology DR. WALTER ISAAC Professor of Psychology J.. is ffl lf DR. I. J. KNOPF Professor of Psychology 1" '1 if la 5 4 DR. CHARLES C. PERKINS Professor of Psychology DR. GRANT E. KAISER Professor of Romance Languages DR. ROBERT H. ROHRER Professor of Physics DR. JAMES M. SMITH Professor of Romance Languages ,Jp,- DR ALVIN BOSKOFF Professor of Sociology ' Q I DR. WALTER A. STRAUSS ' Professor of Romance Languages w DR. J. T. DOBY Professor of Sociology vf - K ., gasp Seniors CLASS OFFICERS President .....,... Joe Moore Vice President ..... Mike Wagner Secretary ...... Tina McGaughey Treasurer . . . .... Carol Wilson f- - - -Y 4 I, A , 4-,Y 1 . sr, ii ,wif iri P25 il-rl McGaughey, Moore, Wilson, Wagner iz COLLEGE COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES Francie Quillian Jim Palmour STUDENT SENATE REPRESENTATIVES Margaret Chase Timmo Kokko f I-rj Quillian, Chase Seniors f College - -pf A-. V V aff- fy 21' I i .. .J ' VP 4 .1 x . V A- . jv-7:7 -' CHELSEA' LEVONE BARTENFELD, Dalton, Ga.: Kappa Alpha: Cir- cle K: Eta Sigma Psi: Soccer Team: Baptist Student Union: Campus Staff. R. WALKER BATTS. Hawkinsville, Ga.: Chi Phi. KENNETH C. BAZEMORE, Warner Robins, Ga. BARBARA ELAINE BECKHAM, Coral Gables, Fla.: Kappa Alpha Theta, President: Alpha Epsilon Upsi- lon: Ford Career Scholar: Student Senate, Recording Secretary: Miss Emory 1965, Second Runner-up: Phoenix Girl., 1965. MARTHA MAE BECKUM. Wrens, Ga. LINDA BARBARA BELL. West Palm Beach, Fla.: Alpha Delta Pi, Recording Secretary. KATH- ERINE W. BENNETT, Laurinburg, N. C.: Delta Gamma: Chorale: Phi Sigma. JUDSON GREGORY BLACK, Greenville, S.C. If , I ty ALFRED BERNARD ADAMS III, Birmingham, Ala.: Beta Theta Pi, Rush Chairman, Vice-president: Student Publications Committee. Chair- man: Soccer. ALFRED L. ALLGOOD, Gainesville, Ga.: Sigma Chi: Soccer: E Club. WILLIAM I. ALLGOOD, JR., Oxford, Ga.: Phi Gam- ma Delta. WILLIAM KITTRICK ARMSTRONG. Atlanta. Ga.: Delta Phi Alpha, President. JANET MARIE ASKEW, Atlanta, Ga.: Kappa Alpha Theta. Vice- president: Secretary, Junior Class: Vice-president, Sophomore Class: Col- lege Council: Panhellenic Council: House Council Representative: Eta Sigma Psi: Traflic Court Judge: Chorale. CORNELIA P. ATTWOOD. Chattanooga, Tenn. JOHN ROBERT BALL, Auburn, Ala.: Delta Tau Delta. Vice-president, Treasurer: Alpha Phi Omega, Treasurer: Alpha Epsilon Delta, Historian: Stipe Scholar: Glee Club: Track Team. NANCY JEAN BARRITT, Tampa, Fla.: Alpha Delta Pi: Chorale. . ' r i , ,I . R. NANCY BOMAR. Atlanta. Ga.: Kappa Alpha Theta, Panhellenic Representative: Mock GOP Delegate, 1965: Greek Week Co-chairman. 1965. ANTOINETTE ROULHAC BOWIE, Anderson, S.C.: Kappa Alpha Theta, Chaplain: Emory Religious Association: Inter-varsity Chris- tian Fellowship. HARRY JAMES BOYNTON, Orlando, Fla.: Independ- ent: Phoenix. CORDELIA CAROL BRANNON, Montgomery, Ala.: Chi Omega. Social Chairman: Panhellenic Representative: President. Sophomore Dorm. ELIZABETH ANNE BRASWELL, Atlanta. Ga.: Chi Omega. Pan- hellenic Representative: House Council: President. Senior Dorm: Canter- bury Club: Kappa Delta Epsilon. ARMIN G. BRECHER, Decatur, Ga.: Phi Delta Theta, Vice-president: College Council: Campus. Fraternities Editor. GLORIA BRICKMAN, Miami Beach. Fla.: Alpha Epsilon Phi, President, Rush Chairman, Social Chairman: Kappa Delta Epsilon, Presi- dent: Hillel: House Council: Alpha Epsilon U ilon. TYRONE MI- CHAEL BRIDGES, Hialeah. Fla.: Delta Tau Dpglta. Treasurer. Corre- sponding Secretary: Emory Band: Alpha Rho Omicron. MARILYN LOUISE BROCK, Greenville, S.C.: Alpha Chi Omega. Presi- dent, First Vice-president. Assistant Pledge Trainer. PATRICIA J. BROOKS, Philadelphia, Penn.: Phi INIU: CIHUPUISI Student Center Board. SIMONE BROOME, Savannah. Ga.: Alpha Epsilon Phi: Ford Career Scholar: Phi Sigma. House Council Representative. DAVID WILLIAM BROWN. East Point. Ga.: Glee Club, Secretary. EDWARD MARTIN BROWN III. Atlanta. Ga.: Ford Career Scholar: Glee Club: Soccer. M. SUE BROWN. Atlanta. Ga.: Phi Mu: Chorale: Chamber Singers. BENIE ELIZABETH BRUNER, Atlanta, Ga.: Alpha Delta Pi, Publicity Chairman: Chorale, President, Publicity Chairman: Ford Career Scholar: Wheel, Social Editor: Pi Delta Epsilon. Vice- president: Kappa Delta Epsilon, Historian: Sigma Nu Sweetheart. IDA- LEE DOILY BUFF. Charleston, W. Va.: Alpha Epsilon Phi, Recording Secretary: Kappa Delta Epsilon. A '-.r JULIA KEITH CARSWELL, Thomaston. Ga.: Kappa Kappa Gamma, Public Relations Chairman: Chorale: House Council. WILLIAM C. CHAPMAN. Decatur, Ga.: IndO, President, Vice-president: Inter-varsity Christian Fellowship, President: Wheel Staff, Emory Religious Association. MARY E. CHAPPELL, Beaufort. S.C.: Kappa Delta: Chorale, Campus Staff. MARGARET E. CHASE, Lakeland, Fla.: Alpha Delta Pi. Pan- hellenic Representative, President: Student Senate: Newman Club: Semi- finalist. Miss Emory Contest. BARBARA CHRISTENSEN, Beaufort, S.C.: Kappa Delta. JAMES HENRY CLARKE. Ocala, Fla.: Pi Sigma Alpha: IndO: Wheel Staff. IIOHN HUMPHREY COBB. JR.. Cartersville, Ga.: Sigma Nu: Circle K. SANDRA FAYE COLEY. Nashville, Tenn.: Alpha Chi Omega, First Vice-president. Standards Board: Campus StaE: Sigma Chi Sweetheart: Kappa Delta Epsilon. Treasurer. Seniors f College .fn I W ,. , . ,- W1 , ' Z, :Ee a li ii- 2 -E H- LEWIS HILL BULLOCK. Cuthbert, Ga.: Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Geology Club. SALLY ANSLEY BURROWS, Tampa. Fla.: Alpha Delta Pi, Activities Chairman. Reporter. Historian: Chorale, Wardrobe Manager: Emory Concert Band, President: Chamber Orchestra: Emory Religious As- sociation: Wesley Fellowship: Emory Chapel Singers. MARION EILEEN BUTLER. Atlanta, Ga. CAROLE VINING CAMP. Atlanta, Ga.: Alpha Delta Pi: Chorale: Emory Chamber Singers: Sigma Chi Sweetheart Court, 1963: Ford Career Scholar: Phi Sigma Iota: First Runner-up. Miss Emory Contest. 1964: Smith College Junior Year Abroad. .I. CLYDE CAMPBELL, JR., Little Rock, Ark.: Chi Phi, Custodian. Pledge Trainer: Phi Sigma. LINDA JANE CANNON. Decatur, Ga.: Emory Players. Treasurer: Alpha Psi Omega: Wesley Fellowship. ANN ROWE CANTWELL.. Morristown. Tenn., Kappa Delta. President, Stand- ards Chairman. Editor: Campus: House Council: Executive House Council, Secretary. SAM JACKSON CARLYLE, Atlanta. Ga.: Sigma Alpha Ep- silon: Circle K. I i 'W .ii ii . , of- ii Seniors College an . N-ut' - vi LOUIS ANTHONY CROCCO, JR., Hialeah, Fla.: Sigma Nu, Treasurer: Collegiate Civitan Club. PATRICIA ANNE CULBRETH, Reidsville, Ga.: Alpha Delta Pi, Standards Chairman. VERNE EUGENE CUTLER, Springfield, Ga.: Alpha Epsilon Delta, Historian. PAMELA DENNY Elberton, Ga.: Alpha Chi Omega. RHODA GAIL DEUTSCHMAN, Miami Beach, Fla.: WEMO. General Manager: Phi Sigma: Alpha Epsilon Upsilon: Alpha Epsilon Delta: Hil- lel: Stipe Scholar: Phi Beta Kappa. REBECCA LYNN DIAL, Birming- ham, Ala.: Kappa Alpha Theta, Rush Chairman: House Council: Kappa Alpha Rose, 1963. 1964: Miss Emory. 1965. JANE ELLEN DIDDLE. Knoxville, Tenn. :' Delta Delta Delta, Song Leader, Corresponding and Recording Secretaries: House Council, Secretary: Emory Players. NANCY LOUISE DOMINGOS, Macon. Ga.: Alpha Delta Pi: House Council: Kappa Delta Epsilon. BRASWELL E. COLLINS, JR., Macon, Ga.: Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Glee Club. ELIZABETH A. CONGER, Moultrie. Ga.: Alpha Delta Pi: Exec- utive Council: Women's Athletic Association: Alpha Delta Epsilon Intra- murals. WILLIAM EDWARD COOK. Augusta, Ga.: Sigma Nu: Alpha Epsilon Upsilon: Alpha Epsilon Delta: Stipe Scholar. WILLIAM DAVID COOPER, Winston-Salem, N.C.: Kappa Alpha. GAYLE H. COUCH. Decatur. Ga.: Kappa Delta: Campus Staff. MAR- THA LOU COULTER, Columbus, Ga.: Kappa Alpha Theta: Campus, Associate Editor: Pi Delta Epsilon, Secretary. FRED DANIEL COX. Atlanta, Ga. TERRY ANN COX, lhliami, Fla.: Phi Mu. fu.,-ff ' .IUANITA CAROL DRAPER, Nashville, Tenn.: Alpha Chi Omega, Re- cording Secretary, Scholarship Chairman: Phi Beta Kappa: Alpha Epsilon Upsilon, Stipe Scholar: Ford Career Scholar: Wheel Staff Writer, Arts Editor. JERRY WALTON DRUMMOND, Shreveport, La.: Sigma Nu. Assistant Treasurer: Tennis Team: Alpha Epsilon Delta: Collegiate Civi- tan, Phi Sigma: Alpha Phi Omega, Historian, Vice-President: Baptist Stu- dent Union. JOHN PAUL DRUMMOND, Shreveport. La.: Sigma Nu. Parliamentarian, Scholarship Chairman: Tennis Team: Wheel, Advertising Manager: Baptist Student Union: Alpha Epsilon Delta: Phi Sigma: Col- legiate Civitan. LAURA JANE DUMAS. Cartersville, Ga. SUSAN PERKINS DUNGAN. Boca Raton, Fla.: Chi Omega. President. Rush Chairman: House Council, Vice-President: Women's Athletic Asso- ciation, Wheel. Women's Sports Editor: Pi Delta Epsilon. BARBARA ANNE DUNIVIN, College Park, Ga. PHIL THURNIAN DUNNING. III, Marietta. Ga.: Collegiate Civitan. President: Student Center Board: Lockheed Scholar. DAVID NORRIS DUPUY. Coral Gables, Fla.: Sigma Chi. Secretary. KATHRYN WILKIN DYAR, Greensboro. Ga.: Phi Sigma: IndO: Al- pha Epsilon Upsilon: Alpha Epsilon Delta: Baptist Student Union, Secre- tary. SARA FRANCES ELLINGTON. Jefferson. Ga.: Kappa Alpha Theta. Recording Secretary: Women's Athletic Association: Cambus Staff: All-Star Volleyball. JOHN PHILLIP ERTEL, JR., Jacksonville, Fla.: IndO: Soccer Team: Glce Club: Emory Athletic Association. JOAN CAR- LYLE FARABOW, Durham. N.C. HAROLD ALAN FENSTER, Miami Beach, Fla.: Alpha Epsilon Pi: Alpha Phi Omega: Collegiate Civitan: Young Democrats: Young Ameri- cans for Freedom: Inter-College Relations Board. ROBERT E. FERRIS. JR., Plantation. Fla.: Sigma Chi, Rush Chairman: Dorm Government: Pi Sigma Alpha: Soccer Team: Track Team. SALLY J. FLECK. Alpharetta. Ga.: Phi Mu. M. DELL FLEMING. Birmingham. Ala.: Kappa Delta. Secretary: Phi Sigma: Civitan: Student Center Board. LILLIAN LEE GARDNER, Birmingham, Ala.: Phi lVlu. SANDRA LEE GAY. East Point, Ga.: Emory Players. LEONARD NEIL GLASS, At- lanta. Ga.: Alpha Epsilon Pi: Alpha Phi Omega: Collegiate Civitan. MARTHA GREER GLENN, Mountain City, Tenn.: Chorale: Wesley Fellowship: Kappa Delta Epsilon. ALBERT F. GOSSETT, GriFlin. Ga. WILLIAM WALTER GRACE. Fort Myers. Fla.: Sigma Alpha Epsilon. JANET WYNELLE GRAHAM, Griffin, Ga.: Chi Omega: Civitan: House Council: Baptist Student Union. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN GRIFFITH, Savannah. Ga.: Sigma Chi. Seniors f College I fi? , ' V' 7 1 1 tif - - ,T Giza' P ' W ig " " :V H3 W i-- ,aw --, iii, mu, WE, Si gl pg. P rp., I fi .. I lufl iv 1 , w-.g.fY , o , , ,K .V A i im ,. . ' Q, ' H' i' l 332553 :4 "fl: F i?f7"':' Men., .ir V, 3,77 li. ,f MARTHA HELEN FOGLE, GriHin, Ga.: Alpha Chi Omega: House Council. Violations Chairman. MRS. FREDDIE T. FORD, Decatur, Ga. DAVID GORDON FOWLER, Decatur, Ga.: American Institute of Phys- ics: Math Club. DON W. FOWLER. Clarksville, Tenn.: Phi Gamma Delta: Barkley Forum: Delta Sigma Rho-Tau Kappa Alpha: Pi Sigma Alpha. Treasurer: Career Scholar. GEORGE M. FOX, Rockaway, NJ.: Tau Epsilon Phi, Editor, Historian. Social Chairman: Publications Award: First Prize, Georgia Press Associa- tion College Newspaper Competition: Dooley's Derby-Outstanding Senior Award: Phoenix, Editor-in-Chief: Wheel, Associate Editor: Pi Delta Ep- silon, Treasurer: Hillel, Treasurer: WEMO. Head Writer: Student Sen- ate Activities Fee Committee, Chairman: Publications Committee. HAY- WARD M. FOX. Miami Beach, Fla.: Alpha Epsilon Pi. President, Rush Chairman. CHARLES WALTER FREEMAN, Asheville, N.C.: Phi Gam- ma Delta, Corresponding Secretary, Recording Secretary: Circle K. SAN- DRA MARIE FRENCH, Orlando, Fla.: Phi Mu, Corresponding Secretary. Historian, Recording Secretary: Emory Players: Westminster Fellowship. if ,p. ,. i -- 1-pi ,- fl , H 1 QV - ..., . 'N '. r 1 ' , l "I -4 '-F' W pid' - Q i "gs: .X " W Y 1: Seniors f College RICHARD E. HARDY. Jacksonville. Fla.: Sigma Chi: Circle K: Dorm Counselor. JARED VINCENT HARPER, Atlanta, Ga.: IndO. NELL WALLACE HARRELL, Birmingham, Ala.: Kappa Kappa Gamma: Wheel, Copy Editor: Westminster Council: House Council: Alpha Ep- silon Upsilon: Alpha Epsilon Delta: Ford Career Scholar. GEORGE BRUCE HEAD. III, Hogansville, Ga.: Alpha Epsilon Upsilon: Glee Club: Wesley Fellowship: Vice-President. SUSAN LANGHORNE HEMPHILL, Columbia, S.C.: Phi Mu: Fresh- man Advisor: Wheel, Copy Editor: Chorale: Westminster Fellowship Council. ANITA C. HENRY, Clarksville. Tenn.: Kappa Kappa Gamma, Vice-President: Barkley Forum: Phi Sigma Iota, President: Freshman Advisor: Alpha Epsilon Upsilon: Phi Beta Kappa. MARTHA FLOR- ENCE HENRY, Waycross. Ga.: Phi Mu. JOYCE MICHELE HERSH- BERG, Atlanta, Ga.: Alpha Epsilon Phi: Phi Sigma: Student Center Board. Board Member. N. ELAINE GRYNKEWICH. Atlanta. Ga.: Kappa Kappa Gamma: Ford Career Scholar. CHARLES WILLIAM GUNNELS. III. Arlington. Va.: Beta Theta Pi: Soccer Team: Newman Club: Sigma Tau Sigma: ROTC. TIM R. HAILE, Atlanta, Ga.: Phi Delta Theta. STANLEY W. HALL, Atlanta. Ga.: Alpha Epsilon Delta. MARTHA HOPE HAIVIILTON, Jacksonville, Fla.: Chorale: Wheel: Hillel. NEEL HAMMOND, JR., Rome, Ga.: Sigma Alpha Epsilon. JOSEPH S. HARASZTI, Atlanta, Ga.: Chi Phi: Soccer Team: Track Team: Chamber Orchestra: Phi Beta Kappa: Alpha Epsilon Upsilon: Alpha Epsilon Delta: Ford Career Scholar. VICTORIA ANGELA HAR- DEN, Marietta, Ga.: Chi Omega: Chorale. Vice-President: Student Center Board, Secretary: Freshman Advisor: Creative Arts Festival Chairman: Kappa Delta Epsilon: Stipe Scholar. JESSE DRAKE HESTER, Colquitt. Ga.: Sigma Alpha Epsilon. MARY HOPE HEWES, East Point. Ga.: Kappa Delta: Canterbury Club. CAROLE ANN HEWITT. Columbus, Ga.: Alpha Chi Omega: Panhcllenic: House Council: Freshman Advisor: Stu- dent Center Board. JOY DIANNE HOLLAND. Sa- vannah, Ga.: Emory Religious Association: Baptist Student Union: House Council. VICTORIA LEE HOLMES, Memphis, Tenn.: Delta Delta Delta. Vice-President, Panhellenic Representative, Social Chairman: House Council. Vice-President. Standards Chairman: Alpha Tau Omega Sweetheart Court. SANDRA F. HOOD, Atlanta, Ga.: Phoenix: Campus Staff. DAVID HARVEY HOROWITZ. St. Petersburg, Fla.: Alpha Epsilon Pi: Col- legiate Civitan: Student Center Board: Bowling Team, Captain. HAR- RIET CATHERINE HOUK. Clayton, Ga.: Alpha Epsilon Upsilon: Ford Career Scholar: Phi Beta Kappa. ROCENA EDWARDS HOWELL. Lake City. Fla.: Kappa Delta: House Council. RALPH H. HULT, Bradenton, Fla. MARTHA M. HUSMANN, Win- ter Park, Fla.: Kappa Alpha Theta, Second Vice-President: Student Center Board: 1964- Miss Emory Contest Semi-finalist: Phi Delta Theta ,Sweet- heart Court. JOHN WALTER INGRAM, Columbus, Ga.: Pi Kappa Alpha. LAURANCE F. JACKSON, Atlanta, Ga.: Ford Career Scholar: American Institute of Physics, President: Pi Mu Epsilon. SUE ELLEN JACKSON, Tampa, Fla.: Phi Mu, President, Assistant Rush Chairman: Civitan, Secretary: Kappa Delta Epsilon. VIRGINIA ANN JACKSON, Atlanta. Ga. GORDON JACKSON JACOBS, JR., La- Grange, Ga.: Sigma Chi: Circle K. JON STEPHEN JACOBS, Miami Beach, Fla.: Tau Epsilon Phi, President, Scribe. Pledgemaster: Student. Center Board: Hillel: Circle K. I HU.JjWgg,..1"... ,v WILLIAM GERALD KEMP, Marks, Miss.: Delta Tau Delta, President: College Council, Treasurer: Al- pha Phi Omega. President: Wesley Fellowship. JAMES GORDON KENIMER. Decatur, Ga.: Chi Phi: Interfraternity Council: Circle K. ELEANOR L. KEOWN, Lawrenceville, Ga.: Delta Delta Delta. MARILYN KINDRICK, Danville, Ga.: Kappa Kappa Gamma, President, Second Vice-President: Westminster Fellowship: Kappa Delta Epsilon. JOHN SMITH KIRKLAND, Rome, Ga.: Chi Phi: Social Chairman, Pledge Trainer. DOW N. KIRKPATRICK II, Evanston, Ill. ALAN DAVID KIRSH, Clover, S.C.: Alpha Epsilon Pi: Civitan Club: Young Democrats: Alpha Epsilon Delta: Alpha Epsilon Upsilon. ERNEST KOELLA III, Rockford, Tenn.: Chi Phi, Pledge Trainer: College Council: Wrestling Team. TASIE C. KONTOS. Charlotte, N.C.: Phi Sigma: Ford Career Scholar. Seniors fCo11ege BARBARA E. JENKINS, Kingsport. Tenn.: Delta Delta Delta: Phi Sigma: Alpha Kappa Delta. BERT JAMES JOHNSON, JR., College Park, Ga.: Glee Club: Sigma Tau Sigma. JANE CAROL JOHNSON, Somerset. KY. JOHN RICHARD JOHNSON, Macon, Ga.: Sigma Alpha Epsi on. FRANK JUHASZ, Willimantic, Conn. ROBERT NICHOLIS KAY, Lakeland, Fla.: Kappa Alpha: Glee Club: Phoenix: Dorm Government: Civitan. JAMES E. KELLY, Hogansville. Ga.: Phi Delta Theta: Swim Team: Circle K. J. MIKE KELLY, 'Winter Park, Fla.: Sigma Chi, Presi- dent: Barkley Forum, Outstanding Freshman: Eta Sigma Psi: Delta Sigma Rho-Tau Kappa Alpha: Interfraternity Council, President: College 'Coun- cil: Junior Class Vice-President: Dorm Government: Omicron Delta Kap- pa: Lockheed Leadership Scholar: Student Senate: Business School Honor Council: "Who's Who." Seniors f College JOHN O. LILLY. JR.. Quitman, Ga.: Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Glee Club. Business Manager. NANCY M. LITTLE. Birmingham, Ala.: Chi Omega: Westminster Fellowship: Civitan. JIMMY FERRELL LOCKWOOD, Moultrie, Ga.: Phi Gamma Delta: AFIROTC: Emory Religious Associ- ation: Wesley Tutorial. JEAN ELIZABETH LOEMKER, Huntington. W. Va.: Kappa Kappa Gamma: Stipe Scholar: Phi Beta Kappa: Ford Career Scholar. SUSAN M. LOVETT, Atlanta, Ga.: Kappa Delta, Secretary, Editor. Activities Chairman: Sigma Nu Sweetheart Court. 1965: Kappa Delta Epsilon, Vice-President: House Council. EVERETT LOUIS LUND, St. Petersburg, Fla.: Beta Theta Pi, Pledge Trainer, President: Circle K. JOSEPH PARKS MACNABB, Newman, Ga.: Kappa Alpha: Omicron Delta Kappa: Eta Sigma Psi: Wheel. Business Manager: Junior Class Treasurer: Interfraternity Council: "Who's Who." GREGORY JAMES MAGARINN. Miami, Fla.: Glee Club: Alpha Epsilon Delta. PHYLLIS R. KRAMER, Atlanta, Ga.: Alpha Epsilon Phi: Phi Sigma. LUCINDA IRENE LAKE, East Point, Ga.: Kappa Delta: Chorale: Oxford-Baptist Student Union, Vice-President: Dooley's Dolls: Angel Flight. RICHARD CHARLES LANGFORD. Bartow. Fla.: Kappa Al- pha. Treasurer, Corresponding Secretary: College Council: Junior Class President: Omicron Delta Kappa: Swim Team: Circle K. CATHERINE A. LARGE, Flemington. N.J.: Phi Mu. LEN BROOKS LASTINGER, JR.. Tifton, Ga.: Sigma Nu: Stipe Schol- ar: Alpha Epsilon Upsilon: Alpha Epsilon Delta: Phi Beta Kappa: Soc- cer Team: Dorm Counselor. WOODROW WILSON LEAKE, JR.. Rome. Ga.: Phi Delta Theta: Glee Club: Campus StaE: Archon: College Coun- cil: Circle K, Secretary, Vice-president, President: Freshman Counselor: Religious Emphasis Week Chair- man: Student Senate: Student Center Board. Presi- - dent: Freshman Camp Chairman: Canterbury Club: Pi Delta Epsilon: Senior Honor Society: Honor Coun- cil. SUSAN ELISABETH LEAS, Atlanta. Ga.: IndO: Chorale: Phi Beta Kappa: Stipe Scholar: Ford Career Scholar: Alpha Epsilon Upsilon: Kappa Delta Epsilon. LAURIE CECILIA LEE, Atlanta, Ga.: Kappa Kappa Gamma: Pi Sigma Alpha. Secre- tary. CARL WILDRICK LENTZ III. Daytona Beach, Fla.: Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Student Senate: Circle K. Treasurer: Pi Delta Epsilon: Wheel, Asso- ciate News Editor: Campus, Business Manager: Pub- lications Committee: AFROTC Group Commander: Squadron Commander, Robert B. Knox Leadership Award. .A '-' f. 'C' 3 lied' , I - ' . ' 4- . : .f' Y I I V -. l , F '. .,, - , ' "ff 'i ' 'E Zag at , ' A :sg ffl. ELLIS LENDRUIVI MALONE. Dublin. Ga.: Pi Kappa Alpha, Historian, Sergeant-at-Arms. Recording Secretary, President: Ford Career Scholar: Phi Sigma. NANCY BOYCE MARTIN. Atlanta. Ga.: Chi Omega: Chorale. WYMAN BRADLEY MARTIN. Chamblee, Ga.: Sigma Chi, Vice-President. ROBERT BERRY MATCHETTE. Columbus, Ga.: Young Re- publicans: Young Americans for Freedom. JANE OZMER MATTHEWS, Atlanta, Ga.: Delta Delta Delta. A KENNETH MCALLISTER. Covington, Ga.: Sigma Chi: Alpha Epsilon Delta: Circle K: Phi Sigma. SUSAN C. MCCAIN. Atlanta, Ga.: Kappa Kappa Gamma. Secretary. Social Chairman: College Council, Secretary: Sophomore Class Secretary: Pi Delta Epsilon: Eta Sigma Psi: Wheel: Phoenix: Miss Emory Semi-finalist, 1965: Beta Theta Pi Sweatheart, 1963, Court, 1964: Foreign Exchange Committee: Freshman Advisor: Executive House Council. LYNDA MERRYL MCCALMAN. Breman. Ga.: Alpha Chi Omega: Emory Players: Transfer Advisor. GERALD LEE MCCARTHA, Conover, N.C.: Phi Delta Theta: Circle K. KAREN KAE MCCORD, Atlanta, Ga.: Kappa Delta. Social Chairman. CHARLES R. MCDOWELL, Virginia Beach, Va.: Beta Theta Pi, Schol- arship Chairman: Canterbury Club: Air Force ROTC. RUTH ALBER- TINE MCGAUGHEY, College Park, Ga.: Delta Delta Delta: Senior Class Secretary: Miss Emory, First Runner-up: Alpha Tau Omega CGa. Tech? Sweetheart: Ga. Tech Greek Goddess. PATRICK MCGINTY. Albany, Ga.: Oxford-Alpha Epsilon Upsilon: Tennis Team. BRUCE J. MCINTOSH, Tampa, Fla.: Delta Tau Delta: Student Senate: Track Team: Alpha Epsilon Delta: Glee Club. THOINIAS R. MCKIN- NEY, Decatur, Ga.: Chi Phi, Rush Chairman: Student Center Board: Interfraternity Council: Chi Phi Vice-President. SUSAN M. MENDEL- OFF, Atlanta. Ga.: Alpha Epsilon Phi: Panhellenic Council, Rush Chair- man: House Council: Delta Tau Delta Sweetheart Court: Ford Career Scholar. JIM K. MERKEL, Cocoa Beach. Fla. BRENDA JOY MORRIS, Birmingham. Ala.: Kap- pa Delta. Treasurer: Panhellenic Council, Treasurer: Civitan, Secretary: Young Democrats: Student Center Board. JACKSON LANE MORRIS, Jacksonville. Fla.: Sigma Chi. CATHLEEN LOUISE MORROW. Atlanta, Ga.: Kappa Kappa Gamma, Panhellenic Representative: Panhellenic Treasurer: Greek Week Chairman: Campus Staff: Miss Emory Semi-finalist: Pi Delta Epsilon: Chi Phi Sweetheart Court. JO- ANNA F. MOSELEY, Burlington, N.C.: Kappa Alpha Theta. Secretary, Social Chairman: Beta Theta Pi Sweetheart Court. ELIZABETH GAYLE MOUL- TON, Mt. Prospect, Ill.: Delta Gamma, Treasurer, Pledge Trainer: Chorale: Campus Staff: Baptist Student Union: Pi Delta Epsilon. JAMES W. MULLIS, Brunswick, Ga.: Alpha Tau Omega: Alpha Ep- silon Delta. FREDERICK L. NEELY, JR., Atlanta, Ga.: Kappa Alpha, Secretary. MARLINE ELIZABETH NEUHAUSER. Pelham. Ga.: Phi Mu: Kappa Delta Epsilon: Emory Religious Association. EPHRAIM MAYER NEWMARK, Miami, Fla.: Alpha Epsilon Pi. Seniors fCo1lege 4 CLAIRE MERRITT, Washington, Ga.: Kappa Delta, Rush Advisor: Phi Sigma. CHARLES SOMERS MILLER, Savannah, Ga.: Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Circle K. LARRY ALAN MILLER, Tampa, Fla.: Sigma Nu. GEORGE LEE MITCHELL, Decatur, Ga. PATRICIA ANN MONTGOMERY, Butler, Ga. C. EVERETT MOORE, JR., Douglas, Ga.: Phi Beta Kappa: Alpha Epsilon Delta: Stipe Scholar: Alpha Epsilon Upsilon. JOSEPH O. MOORE, Rochelle. Ga.: Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Honor Council: Circle K: College Council: Senior Class President: DVS: Phi Sigma: Alpha Epsilon Delta: Traflic Court. KAREN ELIZABETH MOORE, Chattanooga. Tenn.: Alpha Chi Omega: Chorale: Westminster Fellowship. , Seniors f College JAMES SANDERS PALMOUR, Cordele, Ga.: Sigma Chi: College Coun- cil: Glee Club: Chamber Singers. RONALD WAYNE PANKEY, Mem- phis, Tenn.: Air Force ROTC: Soccer Team: Oxford-Drama Club: An- nual Staff: Sigma Delta Sigma. JAMES DOUGLAS PARKS, Gainesville, ga.: rglpha Tau Omega. HUBER R. PARSONS, JR., Atlanta, Ga.: igma i. KENNETH AUGUSTUS PASS, GriHin, Ga.: Wesley Tutorial. RAN- DOLPH EVANS PATTERSON, Louisville, Ky.: Wheel, Managing Editor, Associate Editor: Pi Delta Epsilon: Ford Career Scholar. RICH- ARD MACK PATTERSON. JR., Douglasville, Ga.: Phi Gamma Delta. Historian, Pledge Trainer. Rush Chairman: Emory Players: Glee Club. GORDON SARGENT PATTON, Auburn, Ala.: Chamber Orchestra: gorg Career Scholar: Emory Religious Association: Stipe Scholar: Glee lu . JOE F. NONIDEZ. Birmingham, Ala. WILLIAM PRESTON NORRED. Hawkinsville. Ga.: Chi Phi: Phi Sigma. GEORGE FRANCIS NUNN, Perry. Ga.: Phi Delta Theta. JAMES HOWELL O'CALLAGI-IAN, At- lanta. Ga.: Kappa Alpha: Tennis Team. WILLIAM L. OWINGS, JR., Atlanta, Ga.: Beta Theta Pi: Stipe Schol- ar: Glee Club: Track Team. CLAUDIA HALL OWNLEY, Tampa, Fla.: Delta Gamma. Activities Chairman. Parliamentarian: Young Republicans: Canterbury Club: Wesley Tutorial. GEORGE STANLEY PADGETT, Rome, Ga. JANE PALMER. Jackson, Miss.: Kappa Delta: Panhellenic Council. .3 Y V 1 ' Y - ' If i jf '- I if , , l H. A 1, . . JIMMY LEE PAUL, Perry, Ga.: Phi Delta Theta, Chaplain, Secretary: Pi Sigma Alpha. RUSSELL ALLEN PAUL. Fort Lauderdale, Fla.: Sigma Nu. Vice-President, Treasurer. WILLIAM EARL PEN- NINGTON, Decatur. Ga. MAC C. PERRY, Jack- sonville, Fla.: Pi Kappa Alpha, Secretary, President: Glee Club. J. CHANDLER PETERSON. Ailey. Ga.: Sigma Chi. Rush Chairman: Young Democrats. President: Editor, Student Handbook: Circle K, Lieu- tenant Governor, State of Georgia: Student Senate: University President's Advisory Committee: Inter- fraternity Council, Constitutional Revisions Chairman: Student Center Board. Vice-President, Treasurer. Pub- lic Relations: Barkley Forum, Vice-president: Tour- nament Coordinator: All-Southern Intercollegiate Debate Tourney, Top Speaker: National Debate Con- gress, Party Floor Leader. Award of Excellence: Delta Sigma Rho-Tau Kappa Alpha: Bench and Bar Club: Omicron Delta Kappa: "Who's Who." SUSAN J. PHARR, Atlanta, Ga.: Archon, Editor, Business Manager: Wheel, Feature Editor: Alpha Epsilon Upsilon: Pi Sigma Alpha: Ford Career Scholar: International Relations Club: Operations Crossroads, Africa. JAMES WRIGHT PILCHER, JR., Louisville, Ga.: Sigma Nu. S. JERRY POOLE. Canton, Ga.: Phi Gamma Delta: Ford Career Scholar. CYNTHIA REID POWE, Las Cruces. New Mexico. DAVID J. POWNER. West Palm Beach, Fla.: Phi Gamma Delta: Phi Sigma. SERGIO RAYISIOND POYO. JR., Buenos Aires, Argentina: Chi Phi: Soccer Team. FRANCIE QUILLIAN, Lakeland. Fla.: Delta Delta Delta: Miss Emory Finalist: Freshman Class Secretary: College Council. ROBERT STOKES REEVES, lVIillen, Ga.: Sigma Chi, Recording Secre- tary: AF ROTC: Track Team: Bench and Bar. HARRY THOMAS REIN, Highland Park, N.J.: Beta Theta Pi: Circle K. ANNE P. RENFROE, Decatur. Ga.: Kappa Delta: Chorale: Oxford- Eta Sigma Psi: Dooley's Dolls. President: Student Activities Council, So- cial Chairman: Angel Flight: Wesley Fellowship, Vice-President: Miss Memory. LUCIAN CANDLER RICE, Albertville. Ala.: Kappa Alpha. President: Omicron Delta Kappa. Vice-President: Honor Council, Chair- man: College Council, Vice-President: Sophomore Class President: Eta Sigma Psi: Alpha Epsilon Delta. DAVID RIMLAND. Miami. Fla.: Alpha Epsilon Pi. Treasurer: Hillel: Civitanf MARTHA JANE SCHOFIELD, Montezuma, Ga,: Kappa Delta: Chorale: Pi Sigma Alpha. DEBORAH GENE SCOTT, Sanford. Fla.: Delta Delta Delta. TIMOTHY DAVID SCOTT, Carmichael. Calif.: Swim Team, Captain. HUGH J. SCRUGGS, Chat- tanooga, Tenn. RALPH BROOKS SCURRY. Green- wood, S.C.: Kappa Alpha. RICHARD DAVIS SEABORN. Atlanta. Ga.: Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Tennis Team. JOHN MADISON SHINALL. Cartersville. Ga.: Sigma Nu, Vice-President, Pledge Marshal: Circle K. THOMAS EDWARD SIKES, JR.. Columbus, Ga.: Pi Kappa Alpha. Vice-President, Rush Chairman: Stipe Scholar. MEREL ANN SILVERMAN, Winston-Salem, N.C.: Alpha Epsilon Phi. Panhellenic Representative: Kappa Delta Epsilon. Seniors College TOIVO EGON RIST, Atlanta, Ga.: IndO: Phi Sigma Iota. Vice-Presi- dent: American Institute of Physics: Air Force ROTC, Distinguished Military Student. DAVID JACKSON ROBERTS, Atlanta, Ga. DAVID MADISON ROBERTS. Sparta. Ga.: Pi Sigma Alpha. MARY ELLEN ROBINSON, Atlanta. Ga.: Alpha Chi Omega. LALLIE GRAY ROGERS, Doraville. Ga.: Phi Mu: Chorale. CHARLES EDGAR RUTHERFORD. Knoxville. Tenn.: Chi Phi, Social Chairman, Pledge Trainer, Secretary. Treasurer. President: Alpha Epsilon Upsilon: Stipe Scholar: Alpha Epsilon Delta: Phi Sigma: Track Team. JOHN FRANCIS SAMPSON,,Decatur, Ga.: Alpha Epsilon Upsilon: Phi Sigma: Alpha Epsilon Delta. ANDREW VICTOR SANTANGINI. Montgomery. Ala.: Delta Tau Delta. ini.: . ij . , : - a ' EYE '. l - . ,- -'-- , ,mln ' , ,F vyidig , 2- ' ix , 'U 9 I ' . V. :W il. -su' - - - .Q if . v . zg i , 153- G ul- F . . , Seniors f College S- , . i . PHILLIP H. SNAITH. Atlanta. Ga. ROBERTA SNYDER. Atlanta. Ga.: Alpha Epsilon Phi: Hillel: Emory Religious Association: Kappa Delta Epsilon. PAMELA AMY SPACHE, Gainesville, Fla.: Alpha Chi Omega: Chorale: Chamber Singers: Chapel Singers. BARBARA A. SPRAGENS, Danville, Ky.: Alpha Chi Omega : Freshman Advisor: Women's Honor Organization. MARY PICKERING SPROUSE. Clarksville, Tenn.: Delta Delta Delta: Miss Emory Semi-finalist. SUSAN CATHERINE SPURLOCK, Decatur, Ga.: Phi Mu: Chorale House Council: Kappa Delta Epsilon. MARY MILLER STAIR, Atlanta, Ga.: Delta Delta Delta: Panhellenic Council, Secretary: Alpha Tau Ome ga Sweetheart. J. RICHARD STALLARD, Wise, Va.: Phi Sigma MARY B. STAMEY. Shelby, N.C., Westminster Fellowship: Chorale. - - ue. C 'X , NANCY HUDMON SIMMONS, Sylvania, Ga.: Alpha Delta Pi. Cor- responding Secretary. WILLIAM BECK SIMPSON, Atlanta, Ga.: Sigma Nu: Wheel. News Editor, Advertising Manager: Pi Delta Epsilon. BILLY SMITH, JR., Dayton, Ohio: Sigma Chi: AFROTC: Circle K. MAR- GARET KATRINA SMITH, Macon, Ga.: Alpha Delta Pi, Guard, Corresponding Secretary. NANCY REGINA SMITH. McDonough, Ga.: Kappa Kappa Gamma. RICHARD OGLESBY SMITH, Columbus, Ga.: WEMO: Glee Club. STEVE W. SMITH, Atlanta, Ga.: Beta Theta Pi: AFROTC: Oxford- Sigma Tau Sigma: Phi Gamma: Annual Staff: Track Team. WADE BARNES SMITH, Wilmington. Del.: Delta Tau Delta. JAMES A STEED Bainbridge Ga Campus Club JAMES RONALD STEPHENS Forest Park Ga Sigma Delta Psi BRUCE LEE STERNBERG Dal las Texas Tau Epsilon Phi MARTIN V STEW ART Albany G Alpha Epsilon Delta Ford Career Scholar. WILLIAM MICHAEL B. STOD- DARD Marietta Ga.' Chi Phi Treasurer Rush Chairman' Bench and Bar Treasurer' Wheel. JUDITH ANN SUDHOFF. St. Louis, Mo.: Chi Omega, Pledge Trainer. DAVID WELCH SUGGS, Atlanta, Ga.: Beta Theta Pi, Pledge Trainer: Interfraternity Council: Greek Week Chairman. DANNY C. TATE, Atlanta. Ga.: Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Vice-President: Interfraternity Coun- cil: Alpha Phi Omega: Bench and Bar. CAROL MARIE THIGPEN. Atlanta, Ga.: Kappa Kappa Gamma, Marshall: Emory Religious Asso- ciation. President: Westminster Fellowship, Vice-President. CHARLES M. THOMAS. Decatur, Ga. CYNTHIA CARLE THOMP- SON. Birmingham, Ala.: Alpha Chi Omega. Panhellenic Representative. HELEN SHARON THOMPSON. Winter Garden, Fla.: Phi Mu: Chor- ale: Canterbury Club.'JO ANNE THOMPSON. Winder, Ga.: Kappa Alpha Theta. Historian. WILLIAM VIRGIL THRASH, LaGrange. Ga.: Kappa Alpha: Circle K: Alpha Epsilon Delta. JACK MICHAEL TIPPENS, Austell, Ga. KAREN JEAN TOUCEY. Oak Ridge. Tenn.: Kappa Kappa Gamma: Chorale. DAVID ALAN TRIPP, Coral Gables, Fla.: Phi Delta Theta. CARROLL LEWIS WAGNER, Atlanta, Ga.: Phi Delta Theta, President: Interfraternity Council, Vice- President: Senior Class Vice-President: College Coun- cil: Student Senate: Student Center Board: Harvard Cooperative Scholarship. RICHARD D. WALKER. Atlanta, Ga. DOROTHY ANN WALLACE. At- lanta, Ga.: Chi Omega: Chorale: Emory Players. EMILY KATHRYN WALLS, Atlanta, Ga.: Delta Gamma. Second Vice-President. President: Wesley Fellowship: Chorale. Secretary. MICHAEL AN- DREW WALTERS, Jacksonville, Fla.: Sigma Chi. Scholarship Chairman: Bench and Bar: Sigma Alpha. LELAND EDDIE WARREN, Dublin, Ga.: Pi Kappa Alpha: Archon. JAMES PERRY WATERMAN, Morristown, NJ.: Delta Tau Delta. LOUIS M. WEINSTEIN, Greensboro. Ga.: Alpha Epsilon Pi: Circle K: Ford Career Scholar: Young Democrats. BARRY JOSEPH WEINSTOCK. Miami. Fla.: Hermes: Phoenix. Seniors College ANDREA JEAN TROTTER, Lookout Mountain, Tenn.: Alpha Delta Pi. HARRIET ANNE TUMLIN, Marietta, Ga.: Kappa Kappa Gamma: Rush Chairman, Activities Chairman: Chi Phi Sweetheart: Wheel: Col- lege Council: Junior Panhellenic, Vice-President: Collegiate Civitan: House Council. MARY LYNN TURNER, Atlanta, Ga.: Intervarsity Fellow- ship: Oxford-Chorale: Westminster Fellowship. ORVILLE PARK TUR- NER, Griffin, Ga.: Alpha Delta Pi. OTIS GUY TURNER, Moultrie, Ga.: Alpha Tau Omega: Wheel, Edi- tor: Glee Club: Emory Religious Association, Vice-President. SUSAN M. VALLOTTON. Augusta, Ga.: Alpha Delta Pi, Chaplain: Chorale: Wes- ley Tutorial. JOHN W. VANN. Melbourne, Fla.: Alpha Tau Omega: Soccer Team. ETHEL JEAN VIGODSKY, Greenville, S.C.: Civitan: Young Democrats: Alpha Epsilon Pi Sweetheart. Seniors College . . X . L-2 fy P as l JUDITH WILLIAMS, Marietta, Ga.: Chi Omega: Panhellenic Council, President, Secretary: Phi Sigma Iota: Alpha Epsilon Upsilon: Phi Beta Kappa: Women's Honor Organization: Chorale. JAMES GASTON WIL- LIAMSON, JR.. Little Rock, Ark.: Delta Tau Delta: Wheel: Circle K: Alpha Phi Omega. WILLIAM FRED WILLIS, Swainsboro, Ga.: Sigma Chi: Oxford-Circle K: Baptist Student Union: Tennis Team, Junior Col- lege State Winner: Little E Club: Alpha Epsilon Upsilon. CAROLYN LUCINDA WILSON, Anderson, S.C.: Kappa Kappa Gamma, Activities ghairman: College Council: Sophomore Class Treasurer: Senior Class reasurer. JOAN WEBB WILSON, Atlanta, Ga.: Kappa Kappa Gamma: Panhel- lenic Council. SARA LEE WILSON, Chattanooga, Tenn., Delta Delta Delta, Treasurer: Women's Honor Organization: "Who's Who": House Council, Executive, President: Alpha Epsilon Upsilon: Ford Career Schol- ar: Stipe Scholar. JANET ROWENA WOOD, Gray, Ga.: Kappa Delta: Young Democrats, Vice-President: Student Center Board: Hillel. PAM- ELA JANE WOOD. Coral Gables, Fla.: Kappa Kappa Gamma: Beta Theta Pi Sweetheart Court, 1964: Miss Emory Semi-Finalist, 1965. DONALD S. WHITCOMB, Decatur, Ga.: Wheel, Circulation Manager. JOSIE F. WHITFORD, Atlanta, Ga.: Chi Omega: Panhellenic Council: Chorale. THOMAS L. WIEHER, Beth, Md.: Pi Kappa Alpha, President: Barkley Forum: Young Republicans: Civitan. HARRIET ANNE WIGHT, Cairo, Ga.: Alpha Delta Pi. VIRGINIA ANN WILEY, Bethesda. Md.: Phi Mu, Social Service Chairman, President: Westminster Fellowship, Secretary, President. BEV- ERLY ANNE WILKINSON. Greensboro, N.C.: Civitan: Kappa Delta Epsilon. CLARA LOUISE WILLIAMS, Anderson, S.C.: Kappa Kappa Gamma: Ford Career Scholar: Panhellenic Council: House Council: Women's Athletic Association Council: DAVID WAYNE WILLIAMS. Atlanta. Ga.: Phi Sigma. LARRY DAVID WOODS, Nashville, Tenn.: Phi Gamma Delta. President: Omicron Delta Kappa: Eta Sigma Psi: Freshman Class President: College Coun- cil: Interfraternity Council: Barkley Forum, Presi- dent: Delta Sigma Rho-Tau Kappa Alpha, Southern Governor, National President: West Point National Championship Qualifying Debate Team. MICHAEL ALLEN WORMAN, Daytona Beach, Fla.: Alpha Epsilon Pi. JAMES HOWARD WYNN. Avondale. Ga.: Indo. C. SUE YIELDING, Albany, Ga.: Alpha Delta Pi, Vice-president: Student Senate: Panhellenic Council: Women's Athletic Association: Ford Career Scholar: Chorale: Women's Honor Organization. Vice- president. LYN S. YOUNG, Macon, Ga.: Alpha Chi Omega: Wheel Stal? Writer. STEPHEN Y. W. YUNG. Hong Kong. LARRY W. ZELEZNIK. Chief- land, Fla.: Delta Tau Delta. Sergeant-at-Arms. WILLIAM K. ZEWAK- SKI, St. Petersburg, Fla.: Sigma Nu. Pledge Marshal: Omicron Delta Kappa: Pi Sigma Epsilon: Eta Sigma Psi: College Council: Stipe Scholar: Emory Religious Association Executive Council. Publicity Director: Wheel. Managing Editor, News Editor: International Relations Club, President: Ford Career Scholar: College Reading Program Selection Committee: Win- ter Lecture Series Chairman. ANDY MARK ZIVITZ, Miami Beach, Fla.: Civitan: Young Republicans: Phi Sigma. Junior Class CLASS OFFICERS President .... . . Andy Coley Vice President ..... Richie Wiener Secretary . . . . . Lanie Preis Treasurer ..... Laura Jones COLLEGE COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES Don Johnson Wayne Wood STUDENT SENATE REPRESENTATIVES Ralph Byers Tony O'Donne11 Wood, O'Donnell, Byers Coley, Preis, Jones, Wiener 1 ,,,, : , L . . 4 ,. 5:67 , I--'fu H . it 1' . ani"-n f'. . in 35,4 ' ' M T 1 1 L, t ff' Wm 'Q Q I - Judy Barrett ...... , . . Claudia Baum ........ J. L. Anderson Belcher ..... M. Christine Benson .... . . . Steven R. Berkman .... Neil L. Berry ........ William M. Berryman. Harriet Bigham ........ Barbara L. Bingham .... . Judith Black. ....... . Joseph Blackwell, Jr.. . Susan Blank. ...... . . uf- ' 1 wr 3 uniors College Clarence Abercrombie. . Edward H. Able ..... Carol Ackenhusen .. Bette Almand .... John S. Akin. . . Louicle Anthony. Jr.. . Julius Ariail ....... Jack Atkinson ..... Lynn L. Ayala ..... William Babcock .... Harris L. Bagley ..... W. Joseph Baird. . . Martha Baker ........ College Park, . . . .Decatur, . . . .Hialealh . . . .Atlanta, . .Carrollton, Butler, Thoma sville, Twin City. . . . . . .Tamar-1. Randall W. Barfield ....... Michael Barnhorst .... Ga Ga. Fla. Ga. Ga. Ga Ga Ga Fla . . . .Augusta, Ga . . . .LaGrange, Ga. . .... Moultrie. Ga. . . ....... Atlanta, Ga Montgomery, Ala . . Jacksonville. Fla. . . . .Flushing. N. Y. ...East Point. Ga. . . . Elberton. Ga. . . . .Charlotte, N. C. . . .Decatur. Ga. . . . .Atlanta, Ga. . . . .Ashburn, Ga. . . . .Atlanta, Ga. .,v7 .V e ,V ri '- 6 Y .1 Y li, i Fairburn. Ga Coral Gables, Fla .Anderson. S. C. . . . .Miami, Fla. . so .S fs Betty Booth ...... Michael P. Born .... George Bostick .... Dorothy Bostwick. . H. Hugh Boyter. . . . . William Brawner. . Beverly Bricker. . . CHE Bridges .... Mark Brinkman. . . Hilda A. Brown ....... . Charles Browne III. .... Marticia Bryant. . . . . .Abiugdon, Va. . . .Orlando, Fla. . . . . .Forsy'th, Ga. . . . .Bostwick. Ga. . . .Columbue, Ga. . . . . . .Ocala. Fla. .Rochester, N. Y. Greensboro, N. C. . . . .Findlay. Ohio . . .Columbus, Ga. . . . .Camilla, Ga. . . . .Atlanta. Ga. uniors College W. F. Bulloch .... Connie Burgamy. . . Sandy Burke ...... Jacqueline Burns. . . . Joseph L. Burton.. Lida Bushloper .... Marcia Byers .... Ralph Byers ...... Sarah Campbell ..... William Canterbury . . . .Atlanta, Ga. . . . . .Byron, Ga. . . . . . .Canton. Ga. . . . . .Carrol1ton, Ga. . . . , .Atlanta, Ga. . . . . Jacksonville, Fla. Wilmington, Del. . . . . . . .Decatur, Ga. . . .MonroeVille, Penn. . . . . . .F1orence, Ala. Josephine Carpenter. . . . . Thomas Carroll. . . Charles Cates ..... Alice Chambers. . . Jane Chaney .... . . . .Atlanta, Ga. . . . . .Atlanta, Ga. . . . .Thomaston, Ga. . . . . . . . .Augusta, Ga. . . .Chattanooga Tenn. ,AL 1 if ' Hia f r ee? ' Fw' W.. J C ., ,. U 5 .. Hy: .,, E .-I , ng -: jg, - 'fl K L it f I I MWQA 43: ' , ':, If -l nv., lx gi 4 i L, .1 I' ,eel , 5, , ' 1 ., . Q' 5' . it 'i'f2' A ,... ., if Q' ' . llF"..."'." M, ...g..gwgf.'LL'.1' ,--. 1 7.2 F.. .. J 1 f J' ' Av, . x I 4 . David Chapman .... . . .St. Petersburg, Roberta Chapman ......... Jeffersonville. Joanne Cheshire. Beverly Chew.. Katina Clardy. . Brenda Conner ..... David Cooke ........ Bev Crane ..... ..... Christopher Crecente ........ Claire Croxton ....... . . . . . . Laurence Cubbage. . , . Mary Frances Cureton ..... Robert Darby ....... Susan De Vane ..... Cheryl Dix ........ Charles Dudley ...... William Dunk. Jr.. .. Pompano Beach. . . .... Crawfordville. Fla. Ga. Fla. Ga. ...Greenwood, S. C W.. ...m...u..s".l, ii iii Y. 4. i ng -. wi W' . I David Clark. . . ...... Albany. Ga. Shirley Clark .... ...... A tlanta. Ga. Michael Cleaver .... .... F orest Park, Ga. V J. Alan Cohen ..... .... J acksonville. Fla. George Coke ..... ......... M acon, Ga Emried Cole... ' .... Jacksonville, Fla Andrew Coley ..,. .... M onticello. Fla 35.37 ' Gainesville, Ga. .Lovingstom Va. i i H, ' -1 Petersburg. Fla. T4 Q 'Q ..Moultrie, Ga. i , " .wi Hiliiiilvii J Atlanta. Ga. ' ..Leesburg. Fla. .Greenville. S. C. Vidalia, Ga. . . . . . .Adel, Ga. .Thomaston, Ga. . . .Atlanta, Ga. . .Leesbiirz, Fla. Ellisa Garrett ....... ..... A thens. Ga. Wvgi 1 , .,- ll :.h:: ,gggg i : "al::,, f 1' Marsha Fly ........ Dexter Followill .... Michael Foots ..... Carol Forman ..,.. Ronnie Fort ................ Houston, Texas Gurdon R. Foster .......... McDonough, Ga. Michael L. Fox ...... Gary P. Freeman ..... . . . . Nashville, Tenn. . . . . . .Columbus, Ga. . . . . .Douglasville, Ga. . . . .Miami Beach, Fla. West Palm Beach, Fla. .. . . . . . . .Decatur. Ga. Carole Funke ......... ..... P ittsfield, Mass. Luanne L. Garlan d... . . . . .Atlanta. Ga. uniors f College James Dutter ......... Frazier Dworet, . . . . M'. Cherryl Edwards .... Eric Ellington ...... Marian Ellis ....... David Emerson .... Virginia Eriksson. . . Jack Everitt ....... Susan Farrell ..... Dennis Feinberg .... Maxwell Ferguson.. Margo L. Fienberg. . Richard B. Fife ..... Linda C. Finkelstein. Jerry Floyd ........ Ronald Garrett .... .... G ray. Ga. Pete Gerum .... Julianne Givens. . Harold Glickman. . . .West Point. Ga . . . . .Atlanta, Ga . . .Savannah, Ga. . . . Clarkston, Ga. . .... Charlotte, N. C . . . . .Decatur, Ga . . . .Or1ando, Fla . . . . .Atlanta, Ga. . . . . .Atlanta. Ga. . . . .One1ika. Ala ...........Atlanta. Ga. . . . . . . .Kingsport, Tenn. . . . . . . Jacksonville. Fla. . .Birmingham, Ala. Pine Mountain. Ga. . . . . . .Smyrna, Ala. ... . . . . .Atlanta. Ga. Silver Spring. Md. Harold Goldberg. . . . . ....... Lakeland, Fla. Sally Gooch ......... ..... L ake Wales, Fla. Jonathan Goodwin ....... . .... Darien. Conn. Neal J. Gould... Betty Gray ...... Lawrence Green. . Martha Green ..... . . . E. Lynne Gregory. . . . J. Chester Grey.. . . . . . . . .Chevy Chase. Md. . . . . . . . .Atlanta. Ga. .New York, N. Y. . .Tallahassee, Fla. . . . . .Atlanta, Ga. . . .Atlanta. Ga. uniors Kenneth Grubbs ..... Jeannie Guerrero ..... Starling Halcomb .... Arthur Hall ...... Jane Hambrick ..... College ..Centerport. N.Y. . . . . .Da11as, Texas . . . .Atlanta, Ga. . . . . . .Tucker, Ga. . .Nashvil1e, Tenn. Mary Helen Hamilton ...... Owatonna, Minn. Rebecca Hamilton ..... Steve Hanges. ........ . . Robert Harbort .... .. Marion Harrison. . . . Donald Hart ......... Frances J. Hassell .... Robert P. Hearn .... Paula Helm ...... William Helms. . . . . . . .De1and. Fla. . . . . . .Atlanta, Ga. Sandy Springs, Ga. . . . . .Atlanta, Ga. . . . . . .Tampa. Fla. . . . .Columbus, Ga. . . .Colquitt, Ga. . . . .Da11as, Texas . . .Atlanta. Ga. , M W WH X., , li lr it , l X 1 W " Q ' E' i W 'fn ' ' in ' w r ll l r 1 .4 , " l- I I ?FSP1f1DL,'. Rm lr X X .QR , ll' irfi ,. je. 3 ng, . , 'TFPEF I QI Ziiily V EE ii ,R ii John Hiers ..... ...Moultrie, Ga. 'Q Nancy Hilton .... .... A tlanta. Ga. N' , , John Hines ..... ..... C ordele. Ga. ' vi Ellen Holder... .... St. Louis, Mo. 1 wi, f,'. Mg W N X, ,, R i,.,,. . fr, n X il' V :.1 . ..., nn 1 Catherine Holland .... .... M nninun, Ga. Bi Brina Hollander .... .... M iaml, Fln. 25.1. 1 ' elif Brenta Holsomback. ..... ..Macon, Ga. Y Frank Hood, Jr. ..... .. .Sa11sburY. N. C. 3, V-no , "' i ,. V Richard Hoodeupyle. . . . , .... Hiawaesee, Ga. .," Kathleen Horne ...... Signal Mountain, Tenn. " ' Roberta Houston ............. Pensacola. Fla. Nl A A Henry L. Hoyal. . . . ........... Macon. Ga. , Z, uc" Y Patricia M. Huddleston .... Jacksonville, Fla. John E. Hughes ............ Homervllle. Ga. Harvey L. Huntley. . . . .... Augusta. Ga. Robert F. Ingram .... . . .W1nder. Ga. Geraldine A. Jaime .... ..... S nvarmah. Ga. Frederick D. Jefferson ............ Cairo, Ga. E. John Jenkins ...... .... Frank E. Jenkins .... J. Stephen Jenkins... Donald Johnson ..... .Char1eston, S. C. Thomasville, Ga. Laura C. Jones ........ ...... Mary L. Kaebnick ..... ..... L aGrange . . . .Linda1e. Summerville. .Atlanta, Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. ,Q 9' any an 1 'li if 1 ri n ,x X i y" Half . 1 ,. .',.,.J v . .1 ,. I rr' J l 1 A U 1, ff i . A4 H i W. i nw, f - '-.. .X. "fJ" f 'S' jfgfijn 'T' - 1.1-2. . if ,ilygf 1 33' .1 f L - L .. . . fs .i .5 'f'F : 1: . Ji, In L A .4gf?f'sZ3 ii 'JS , 4222 mlfiiilll 'f .. ,Y-M r-- Juv Nr NR 1 . 4 l 1 L v vi 1 k 4 1 ' ,J , -e . .0 W I. '. Hmm . Myrick Leake ...... . . . . Merrilee Lee ............. Laura Lee Leischsenring. . . Lawson Lewis. , . . Kent Livingston.. Henry Loehr ..... Vera Susan Lovell ..... Anita Lowery. ..... . Charles Lutz ..... Hugh McCain, Jr.. . . . . Lynn McCoy ..... John McDuHie. . . . . . .Atlanta, Ga , - TA -i' . . . .Orlando. Fla: I i EV Q' ii-' .Oak Ridge. Tenn. in ia2fyidgfgf , . .bw . .Swainsboro, Ga. . . . .Augusta, Ga . . . Glenview, Ill . . . .Vienna, Ga . . .Rome. Ga . Indiatlantic, Fla. . . . .Atlanta, Ga . . . .Moultrie, Ga . . . .Preston, Ga , L ,1,. ...- uniors f College Carol Keatley .... .. ...... Columbus, Ga. Edward Kellogg .......... ...... O cala, Fla. Robert R. Kelly ......... St. Petersburg. Fla. Embry Mayo Kendrick .......,. Decatur, Ga. Rosalyn Keyserling ......... Huntsville, Ala. David King .....,... Timothy Kingsbury ..... J. Barclay Kirkland. . Carole Lynn Kirkland .... Elizabeth Kirkland. . . George Kozma ...... Duffy LaCava ....... Martha Sloan Laird.. William A. Lardin. . . Philliv Lawrence .... ..Fort Gaines, Ga. . . . . .0r1ando, Fla. . . . . . .Tampa, Fla. . . . .Columbus, Ga. .Watkinsville. Ga. . . . . . .Atlanta. Ga. Ormond Beach. Fla . . . . . .Atlanta. Ga. .Short Hills, N. J. Chattanooga, Tenn. ii rl, 'rel '-i N- C . Sally McHenry ..... James McManus ,.... Tom McWhirter. . . Linda Mack ...... Jane Mackey. ...... Kenneth Mahen .... Robert McGill .... .... ix-X . Panama City, Fla. D U ....... Decatur, Ga Williani Mclntosh .........,.. Moultrie. Ga Janet McKibbin .... .... . Birmingham, Ala Charles McLaughlin .... ...... T ampa, Fla. Pageland, S. C. Elanor McMichael ............ Quitman, Ga. Jennifer McMurray ......... Columbia, S. C . . . .Atlanta. Ga . Lexington, Ky. . . .Dawson, Ga . . . .Hohokus, N. J. uniors College Selene A. Main ...,..... Albuquerque, N. M. Robert G. Malmborg ....... Jacksonville, Fla Elizabeth L. Mann.. Linda Mansker ...... M. Diane Marsh. .. . . . . . .Clarksville. Tenn. .No. Miami Beach, Fla. . . . . . . . . . ,Wayside, Ga. Mary Ellen Martin ........ Wilmington. Del. Guy W. Mayes ..... George W. Mayo. . . M. LeCroy Melton.. Anne C. Mertins .... Patricia Middlebrooks . Larry A. Miller .... Linda Carol Monte. . . ........ Sparta. Lynne R. Moen. . Paul E. Moler .... . . . . . . .Thomastom . ...... Atlanta, . . . . Savannah. . . ........ Dublin, . . . .Montgomersn Ala. . . ...... Tampa. Fla. . . . .New Orleans, . ...... Decatur, sq,-aA---- :rt ,K Martha N. Moxlcrief. . Gwendolyn Mooney. . . Michael Morgan ....... P. Douglas Morrison ..... Winston H. Morriss. . Michael A. Moses .... Gordon M. Mumpower.. Rebecca L. Myers .......... Scotta Jo Myers .... John T. Naas ...... Leonee C. Nardin .... Linda E. Newman .... . . Conoerhill. Tenn. .......Dalton. Ga ...Twin City. Ga. . .Knoxville, Tenn. . .Birmingham. Ala. . Miami Beach, Fla. .Big Stone Gap. Va. .Evansville, Ind. . . . . . .Atlanta, Ga. . . .Hollywood, Fla. . . . . . .Atlanta, Ga. . . .Alexandria. Va. Margaret Nichols ..... . . . Jacksonville, Fla. Brenna Nipper ...... .... . . .Greensboro, Ga. Sally J. Nohlgren ........ Coral Gables. Fla. John P. Norris ..... Mary E. Norris .... Anthony 0'Donnell. . . . . . . .Greenville, Ga. . . . . .Alexundria, Va. ........Ml3ml, Fla. Donna L. Orcutt. ..... . . .Ponce. Puerto Rico Thomas Ostermann. . . . . . . . . Glendora. Calif. Sally Owens ............ Mt. Pleasant, S. C. Louis C. Parker .... ..... .... A t lanta, Ga. Paul D. Parker ..... Renee Parzen ..... . . . . . . .Douglas. Ga. . . . .Atlanta, Ga. Carter S. Rose ..... ii . J Alan R. Preiss .... Chad T. Price ...... uniors College Patricia L. Paulk. . James Paullin ..... Robert G. Payne.. .. . . . . . . ...Moultrie. Ga. Pomnano Beach. Fla. . . . . . . . . .Vicksburg. Miss. Olen R. Pearson .... . ....... Columbus, Ga. Bryon L. Perry .... . . . Nancy A. Perry. .. Richard E. Phillips .... Richard W. Pickett .... William A. Pirkle. Mahala J. Potter. . Jimmy M. Prather. Elaine J. Preis .... Larry W. Price ....... .... W est Point, Ga. Lawrence T. Pringos. . . . . . . Jimmy D. Puckett.. Richard W. Putman .......... Lakeland, Linda Rainey ...... Arnold C. Rausch ....... Ann Nix Rayburn.. .Chattahoochee Fla. .. ..... Cartersville. Ga. . . . .Alpharetta. Ga. . .... Atlanta, Ga. . . .Gainesville, Fla. . . . . . .Atlanta. Ga. ............Atlanta. Ga. . . . . . .MclN1innville, Tenn. ,- ' fx-711-1v:':l: I i ...........Rome, Ga. ' N iv . ...Winter Park. Fla. L . -Q! 5 Little Rock. Ark. ' 5 ,V , L " ,si Ga. Fla. . . . . . . .Birmingham, Ala. Va. Fla. Ga. Sherron L. Reiley. . . Carol F. Rice ...... Carole Ann Ridgewa . . . . . . .Birmingham. Ala. y .......... Atlanta, Ga. Robert M. Ridley .... Michael J. Ripps. . . A "iv-4415 f i . . . . .Hapeville, Ga. . . . .Wanamassa. N. J. Carol Risher ....... ......... S elma, Ala Roger W. Rizk .... . . . Jacksonville, Fla. Virginia M. Roane .......... Charlotte, N. C. Cheryl I. Robbins ........ Mamaroneck, N. Y. S. Ruth Robinett ............ Bradenton. Fla. Phyllis A. Romita ........ Winter Park. Fla. Michael D. Ross ..... Linda A. Royster ..... . . . . . . .Marietta, Ga. . .... Miami, Fla. . . . . . . .Macon. Ga. Fla. Kenneth C. Royston ........ Belle Glade. uniors Jolm Y. Rumble ...... Susan J. Salter ..... , . . . Edward L. Scanling. Jr.. Claude E. Scarborough, Jr. .... . D. Joseph Schliessmann.. Stephen Schreiber ...... Allison G. Sconyers. . . James T. Scruggs, Jr.. .. Gail Seaman ....... Cornelia A. Sellers. .. College ii 3 - ui , . . . .Atlanta. Ga. "ll ""' 'i'1" ""H . .... Atlanta. Ga. ,' ' ' . . . . , . .Atlanta. Ga. 2: .WL M M Clarkston. Ga. ff jillifif if "L gfiflt ' ' .Ie E:?El 'l7"?f ' U A ' 'W l . f 'nf ein, l i- w I f e. 1,4 , . . . . .WAtlanta. ga. H , 1 ,giiwiliyf---V3 aycross, a. i '.f'm..v' ,ll 'HQ T .....Dub1in, Ga. ,,L. N , gg.- . . . .Orlando. Fla. fi l im ' m,m'T1,. U ' ivilliiglniflvilllii ,.,f.i..L .- . . . .Atlanta. Ga. ......Miami. Cherrie A. Sessoms. . . . . . . . .Fanesvil1e, Ricky S. Sexton .... . . . . . .Atlanta. Ga. w' A ui Kathryn E. Smalley ..... Anne G. Smith ....... Barbara Smith ...... . . Craig F. Smith .... . , Florence Penny Smith. . . Nozman Joe Smith ...... William A. Smitha ..... Samuel H. Soloman, IV. Mike J. Soirtos .... Susan E. Spitler ...... Gloria J. Snriggs ............. . . . . .Thomson, . . . . .Moultrie, . . . .. .Tampa. . Jacksonville, . . .Clearwater, . . . .Tamna, Dempsey Springfield ........ Gainesville, . . Warner Robins. Mableton, Quincy. . . . . .Dallas, Texas Doraville. Ga. Fla. Ohio Teresa L. Shelley ..... Jan Shelton . . ...... . . . Eleanor Samille Sheriff. . Arnold D. Shevin ..... George M. Shore. . . James C. Sikes .... Gil C. Simonds .... Perry J. Simpson. . . . Sandra S. Sledge ...... Mary Alice Slemons. . . . . . . Barbara Small ...... William P, Shaver ....... Birmingham, Mich. . . . .Norfolk, Va .. Valdosta, Ga. Kingsport, Tenn .. . . . .Miami, J acksonville. . . . . .Macon . . . .Atlanta. Fla Fla Ga Ga . . . .Pelham. Ga Nashville, Tenn Knoxville, Tenn .East Point, Ga f!" Qj Y-I rv ., 4 S ,:, .,r, 1 :na , l Q f.. Ga. Ga. Fla. Fla. Fla. Ga. Ga. Fla. Fla. Fla. Martha V. Still ..... Dixie Ann Thompson ...... Jacquelin Tice ....... . . Steven Tolber ...... William Waite ..... Montgomery. Ala. . . .Fairborn. Ohio . . . . .Atlanta. Ga. . . . . .Atlanta. Ga. Brenda Waldon .... William Walker. . . William Walters .... . . . Elaine D. Ward. . . . . . . .Jonesboro, Ga. ..Anderson, S. C. . . . . .Bartow, Fla. Locust Grove, Ga. Linna Ward ..... .... .... W i nter Park, Fla. Raymond L. Warters. . . . . . . . . .Atlanta, Ga. Valerie J. Weissler. . . ......... Miami. Fla. Muriel D. Wells ..... ..... C harleston, S. C. uniors Bettina M. Starr.. College Deborah Staton .... .......... O rlando, George H. Stevans ......,...... Atlanta, Stanley Stockdale .... . . . . .Macon, Ga Fla. Ga. .North Palm Beach, Fla. . . . . .Sandy Springs, Ga. Neil A. Stokes. III ............ Atlanta, Ga. J. Peter Strauhe ...... . . .South Bend, Ind. Christian Streck ..... Jeffrey B. Talley. . . Emily L. Tanner .... . . .St. Petersburg, Fla. .. . . . .Marietta, Ga. . . . .Lawrenceville, Ga. Athlynne J. Teichert ........ Eau Gallie, Fla. Robert W. Teller ..,,. .... J acksonville. Fla. Dwight R. Thomas. . . , . .Savannah. Ga. William K. Thomas. . . .... Atlanta, Ga. Ronald G. Thomason... .... Decatur, Ga. Hugh A. Westbrook. James I. White ..... . . . . . . Jacksonville, Fla. . . . . . . . .Stockbridge Ga. Joanne White ........... Chattanooga. Tenn. Richard J. Wiener ......... Wilmington, Del. Diane L. Willey .... Reddoch E. Williams Alan Wilson, Jr. . . .Clareton Hills, Ill. . . . . ..... Opp. Ala. .. . . . . . . . .Orlando. Fla. Jill Wilson ................ Nashville, Tenn. Jim Stevens Winn ....... Warner Robins. Ga. Wayne W. Wood .......... Belle Glade. Fla. Virginia K. Wright ........ Birmingham, Ala. Annabelle Yang ...... ........ H one Kong William J. Yates ..... .... C harlotte, N. C. . . . . . . .Waycross, Ga. Shirley R. Yeomans ..... Harry B. Yeoman. . . . ..... Jesun. Ga. 260 I , l, Sophomores CLASS OFFICERS President ..... . . Don Brunson VICC President ...... Bruce Yergln Secretary . . . . . Coco Anderson Treasurer . . . . . Mike Jones fl-rj Frankel, Deriso STUDENT SENATE Sonny Deriso Mark Frankel COLLEGE COUNCIL Tony Austin Kirk Quillian A Roland Williams Robert Zwerner .ff ff' A Qlf li ""'l . . . Q.. ' A 1 A ju ,H ibwll va.. l NA 4 m ., .N J g ' I Sophomores f College Andre A. Abitbol. ....... Forest Hills, N. Y. Jerry Dewayne Abrams ........ Marietta. Ga. Carole J. Adams. ...... . . . . . . .Atlanta, Ga. Terence Burdett Adamson. .. .Calhoun, Ga. Walter Hugh Adcock. . . Charles S. Agricola. . . . . .... Decatur, Ga. . . . .Mableton. Ga. Dian Elizabeth Allen ...... . .lVlemphis. Tenn. Susan Janet Alley ........ Miami Shores. Fla. Lee H. Altmayer ....... Michael N. Amsden ..... . . . . . . .Atlanta, Ga. . . . . .Valdosta. Ga. Ellen Christine Anderson. St. Simons Island. Ga. Sandra G. Anderson ........... Valdosta, Ga. Sandra Andrews ........ Thomas Armour. .... .. George Fred Atwell .... . . . . .Ellenwood, Ga. . . . . . .Miami, Fla. . . . .Pensacola. Fla. Derst Koemer Austin ......... Dallas, Texas A Jack M. Averett ............. Columbus, Ga. 3 5, " -- la Qi William Gordon Ayres .... Lithia Springs, Ga. -.r Patricia Bartley ......., Pompano Beach. Fla. .41 fr le . Donna Rae Bastian .... . . .Augusta, Ga. Carolyn Ann Batchelor .... .... S myrna. Ga. Steven Leslie Begor. . . Richard E. Bell ..... . . . .Columbus. Ga. . . . .Shelby. N. C. Vincent Finual Berquist. . ..... Columbus, Ga. Suzanne Gilbert Berry. Brandenburg. Ky. Anne Bessent ...,............. Atlanta, Ga. Stanley Joe Bird. .... . . . . . Gainesville. Ga. . vb-ai 12 X-31 H 'S W1 "-.'U4 .. 0. William Henry Boice ....... Sandra Ruth Bonner .... . S sl' . ur. , "7-LJ., 2' - l l 4 X9 l at ,f a ,. 4 ,, ...., . .. ., .. Q . . . .Moultrie. Robert Glen Bookholt .......... Decatur, Charles E. Bosserman. . . Sandra Kaye Boutwell. . . Mark Kristen Brady ..... Patricia Elaine Branch. . . H. Eugene Brass ....... Hugh S. Bray .......... Miles Eli Brett ..... Sally Ann Bridges. ......... . . Mariorie Anne Britt.. Howard Thomas Brock.. Mariorie C. Brown. . . James M. Bruce, Jr. .... . . . . . . .Orlando, . . .Lake Worth, . St. Petersburg. . . . . . . .Atlanta. .Pompano Beach, .Buffalo Grove. .......lx'Il3ml. .Houston. Texas Ga. Ga. Fla. Fla. Fla. Ga. Fla. Ill. Fla. Anniston. Ala. . . . .Memphis, Tenn. . . Morristown. Tenn. Charlotte, N. C. i ' i :Sandy Springs. Ga. Sophomores College Ala. Donald Ellard Brunson ..... Birmingham, Richard Warren Burke. Jrnllflassanequa, N. Y. Marsha Carol Burket ..,..... Huntsville. Williamsville, N. Y. Cheryl Sue Burnham .... Barbara Louise Burns ....... Ala. Lake Wales. Fla. Ray B. Bush ................... Cadiz, Ky. JoAnn Charlotte Butler ...... Hollywood, Fla. Peter Bierken Butter ..... St. Petersburg, Fla. Sara Alice Buttram ............ Auburn, Ala. Ronald I. Cahen. ...... N. Miami Beach, Fla. Susan Alice Cahoon .... ...... A tlanta, Ga. Cookie Carter ...... ,... .... M e mohis, Tenn. Rebecca Ann Carter ......... Newington, Ga. Roy Fletcher Chalker. Jr. .... Waynesboro, Ga. Clayton G. Chambliss .......... Tarnva, Fla. l , 1 K N' D C Wallace H. Cheney ....... Spartanburg, S. C Judith B. Cherniak ............ Mobile. Ala Virginia Carolyn Cissua. . .Chattanoogzn Tenn Lindsey Jane Clark .... West Palm Beach, Fla Martha Lind Clark. . Frank D. Clemmer. , ....... Betty Sue Clinard ........... William David Cloud. ..... . Robert Vaughn Coble ........ Wendell Stuart Colby .... . . . Claire Coleman ...... Judith Diane Colwell .... . . . .. ....... Atlanta, Ga .East Point, Ga . . .Macon, Ga . .Orlando, Fla Bradenton, Fla. . . .IVIiami. Fla. ..Saluda, S. C. . . Orlando, Fla f ll ly' H el Q 4, I 'A 1 ' 1.1. vi ff ' v ,M Sallie May Cone .... ...Lake City, Fla. Mary Nell Conger ..... ...Moultrie. Ga. Robert Lamar Cook ...... .... N ewnan, Ga. Elizabeth Dorris Cooper ........ Atlanta, Ga. Nancy Ann Cooper .......... Prattville, Ala. Donald Robert Correll .......... Miami. Fla. Barbara Kent Croft ........ Tallahassee. Fla. Suzanne Elizabeth Crosswel1.Kansas City. Mo. Hoyt W. Crump .......... College Park. Ga. Emily Erwin Culnermer .......... Macon, Ga. Diane Alice Daniel. ........... Atlanta. Ga. Virginia Fay Daniel .... Temple Terrace, Fla. Gladys Patricia Davis ...... Nashville, Tenn. Lamar W. Davis.. ..... .... . Savannah. Ga. Sylvia Anne Dawson .... .... A tlanta. Ga. Flora Kennedy DuBose. Laura Carol Dumas .... Mary Ann Dunn .... Carole Del Eargle ..... Willis Jackson Edenfield, John C. Edwards ...... Richard Arthur Elmer.. Virginia Eng .......... Irvin B. Epstein ........ . . . . . . .Waycross, Ga . . . . . . .Atlanta. Ga . . . . Eagles Mere. Pa .. . . . .Seneca. S. C Jr.. . .Lakeland. Fla .........Macon, Ga .. . . . . .Atlanta. Ga . . . .Atlanta, Ga . Chattanooga. Tenn. Frank Lewis Eskridge, III ...... Atlanta, Ga Ann Cavender Evans. . . Dale Leigh Evans ....... .........Dalton. Ga . . . . . LaFayette. Ga 1 -aus! if J 1 . agfx . Sophomores College Michael P. Dean ...... Frances Louise Decker. . . . . James E. Delaney .... Lauren S. Deldin ...... Carlin Hope DeMore ....... Deryl Joyce Denton... Walter Mabry Deriso .... Sherryl Chris Destephano. Suzanne C. D'Huyvetter. . .Williston, . Jacksonville, . . . .Tampa. ...... .lN'Iiami, Clarkesville. Fla Fla Fla Fla Ga . . . .Macon. Ga . . . .Newnan. Ga . . . .Moultrie. Ga Beverly Sue Dew ............ Anniston, Ala Kinnelon. N. J Peter F. Dias .......... Port Jefferson, N. Y. Sharon Virginia Dishner ..... Kingsport, Tenn. Day Ann Doak ............. Shelbyville, Ky. Joan Dupree Dobbs .... .... A tlanta. Ga. Shirley Anne Dodelin ....,.... Columbus, Ga. Lynda Lucille Evans ........ Rock Hill, S. C. Mary Anne Eyles. ............. Atlanta. Darryl Lee Falls ........ Landover Hills, Robert Clark Ferguson ..... Janis Margaret Findeisen. . Nathan Finkelstein ....... Nancy Paulette Flatau .... . West Point, .Coral Gables. . ..... Opp. . . . . .Tampa. Don Edward Fortuna ........,.. Atlanta, Mark Steven Frankel ...... Michael Friedman ......... Douglas S. Fry ........... Richard L. Gann .....,.... Paul Leslie Garber ..,..... . . . . Sarasota. Birmingham, Ga. Md. Ga. Fla. Ala. Fla. Ga. Fla. Ala. Gatlinburg, Tenn. . . . . .Tampa. . . . . Decatur, Richard Harris Garner ......... Atlanta, Edward Anthony Geis ...... Fla. Ga. Ga. New York, N. Y. Sophomores f College Ronald B. Gerson.. . Mary Ghesuuiere. . . . . . . . . Charlotte Ann Gibson. . Herman Marlin Gilbert Judith Rae Giles ...... Susan Marie Gillen.. Jan Ellen Gillespie ....... Ira David Gingold .... . . . Columbus. . . .Pensacola, . . . . .Tamoa. . . , . .Atlanta. Birmingham, Orlando, Haveville, Decatur, Ga. Fla. Fla. Ga. Ga. Fla. Ga. Ala. Violet Elizabeth Glascock ...... Waycross, Ga. Marion S. Godown ....... .... C hicago. Ill. Ronald A. Goerss. .. ...... Sanford. Ga. Julie Ann Goodyear.. . ...... Atlanta. Ga. Jack B. Gordon ....... ...Hartsdale, N. Y. Susan Anne Gourlie ......... Abbeville. S. C. Sara Eleanor Graham .......... Vidalia. G B.. Michael C. Hall ............. Hampton. Ga. Lorraine Kay Hallman ...... Charleston, S. C. Mary Patti Hambrick ....... Nashville, Tenn. A. Cullen Hammond ...... Spartanburg, S. C. Christine Aston Hammond ...... Norfolk. Va. Lee R. Handel ..... Charles A. Hanie ..... Jennifer Ray Harris .... Robert Alan Harrison ...... Robert Morse Hartman . Shaker Hts.. Ohio . . . . Decatur, Ga. . . . . .Columbia, S. C. . . . . .Venice, Fla. . . . . . Clearwater. Fla. Mary Elizabeth Hemmel. .Ft. Lauderdale. Edwin Earl Heyer ..... Patricia L. Hill ........... Stewart McRae Hinson. Thomas Dean Hogan. . . . ....... Atlanta. . . . Columbus, . ....... Quincy, . . . Atlanta. Fla. Ga. Ga. Fla. Ga. Judith Ann Grant ..... . Corpus Christi, Texas Katherine E. Greene. .. ...... Pensacola, Fla. Robert M. Green ....... . . . . . .Lakeland, Fla. Sharon Elaine Greene .... .... A tlanta. Ga. Judith Elaine Greer .... . Marsha Lynn Griflin.. Linda Ann Grimmett. . W. Sanderson Grizzard. Patricia Anne Groover. Robert C. Hackman. . . Hunter D. Hale ..... Joe Hill Hall .... . . . .Nashville, Tenn. ......Tam1Ja, Fla. . . . . .Moultrie, Ga. .... . .Lakeland, Fla. . . . .Ft. Hood, Texas . . . . . .At1anta, Ga. . . . . .Dalton, Ga. . . . .LafaYette, Ga. 1 Nw-1. . A l is, A gf N N iii '. ,J 1 3' l 1 ir!-4 - T" "il H, is was J - -- - 2. if f. ,, 1 Ig. F N L :xii .EY . . . Nan Edith Johnson ....... 1? B 5 isfi 'J v- 4 'E L - .- i H- 5 X 3,8 i 'R . . . . .Perry, Ga. Sherman Darnell Johnson ....... Atlanta. Ga. David M. Jones ............. Columbus, Ga. Edward Lawrence Jones ...... Durham, N. C. H. Lamar Jones. . .V . Paula Anne Jones. . . Janice Lynn Jordan .... Lynwood D. Jordan .... . . . .Houston, Texas . . . . . .lNIacon, Ga. . . . .Wellford, S. C. ...Tampa, Fla. Knoxville, Tenn. Anne Sullins Jourolmon ..... Marie J. Kane .... ........... O rlando, Fla. . . . . .Savannah. Ga. Richard Kantor .... ..... Iris Lauren Kanter. . . . Nashville, Tenn. r. L 1. .4 . "-555.1-.1 I , ,:, 7, lf-J: A: .1 ' 'g 4 its 55, 'I X Sophomores College Linda Wright Hoge. . . .. . .. .Rome, Ga. Joan M. Hollenbach... ....... Atlanta, Ga. Betty Jane Housholder ...... Nashville, Tenn. Marsha Lynn Houston ..... Paul Fletcher Huber.. Lyndall Hutford ...... Judy Lynn Hughes ....... Thomas Holmes Hunt .... Greensboro. N. C. .Oak Ridge. Tenn. . . . .Pensacola. Fla. . . . . .Atlanta, Ga. .Fayetteville, N. C Katherine M. Hunter ........ Monticello. Fla Edward Gilmore Hutchings, III..Ca1nilla, Ga. hvllliam B. Hutto .... Alice Marian James. . . . Walter T. Jenkins ..,.... Ellen Margaret Jervis .... James Melson Jeter .... . . . .Charleston, S. C. . . . . .Atlanta. Ga. . . . .Chamblee, Ga. . . . .Louisville, Ky. . . .NIoultrie, Ga -, va 9 ...M -1. I. Susan Ann Kay ...... Jacksonville Beach, Fla. Edward Harold Keiser. Jr. ...... Tampa. Fla. Lyn A. Kilgo ................. Atlanta, Ga. Pierce Richard Kilgo ....... Ridgewood, N. J. Edwin Moseley King ...... Pascagoula, Miss. Harriette Elizabeth King ...... Sylvania, Ga. Donna Leigh Knowles .... Walter S. Kolesky ........ .Coral Gables. Fla. . . . . .Atlanta, Ga. Redlich Sims Koppel ....... Nashville, Tenn. Norma P. Korb ....... St. Karole Kuhnert .......... Kay Summers Langhorne.. Simons Island, Ga. . . . .Bristol, Tenn. .Newmgton. Conn. John Frank Laurent ..... , ...... Bartow. Fla. Nan Lawrence ........... Coral Gables, Fla. Joseph Baird Lefter ...... St. Petersburg. Fla. Sophomores f College Mary Conoly Lemon ..... Virginia Beach, Martin David Levin.. .... Chevy Chase, Myles Howard Levitt ........ Lakeland, Robert James Linn ..... .,... C alhoun, Hugh Alan Lofton. .. . .... Mou.ltrie. hlargaret Jean Long ...... Warm Springs, T. Joseph Longino, Jr. ........ . Elhy Laura Lores ..... Hubert Chapman Lovei Ethridge J. Lovett .... . . . .Coral Gables, 11' Robert W. Lowry ....... Gary Alan Lubel ..... Jr .... . .Macon, . . . . . .Orlando, . . . .DunwoodY, .......Miami, Decatur, Va Md Fla Ga Ga Ga Ga Fla. Ga Fla Ga Fi-an 'L ' ig ' Ga ' w 4' ,- :-P-'f - s Mariorie Marie Luckey ......... Harlem Charles R. Lull .....,... Chattanooga, Tenn. l J. Jeff Maddox ............. Brunswick. Ga. jlvy,-"rg "YH YI , . 4.1 W 2aa:s2.F::'-'- -" ?,ff5ar:?.E """ r "' 55.513 ,., - " af T . , J wig h I :"""' , H ,"' ...:': .rT. .. llllau ..eo.wyf" Fg , Jie , , A 1 1. S . I , 1 4' I E: . ' ' ,. vw' ,ll ..- X K, ,gli -f 1,4 , as . . f.ypiI.H W 4 if un i , g ,J-' N. " ' X Oliver P. Matthews .... Douglas Windsor Mau John Colbert McAfee. . Sarah Lynn McArthur. . . . . Orlando, Fla. Atlanta, Ga. Denver, Colorado Tampa. Fla. Michael J. McBrearity ........ i l i i I I I bJ'l3l'I1lJlEC, Gil. Sally Ann McCall .... West Palm Beach, Fla. Richard Earl McCullough ........ Macon, Ga. Roy Thornton McDaniel. .Fayetteville, N. C. William Griflin McDaniel. ..... Sarasota, Fla. Michael John McDevitt .... Jacksonville. Fla. Florence McDonnell. . . Daphne, Ala. .Brownsville, Tenn. William Ligon McDow. . . Kurt Charles McDuHie .... Charles W. McGill. .. John Joseph McGill. .. .Oak Ridge. Tenn . . .Jackson, Tenn Norwich, Conn p r . , S , I Patricia Anne Maiden.. Mark P, Maier ....... Horace Malcom ....... Michelle A. Malone... Katherine Ellen Manry .... Gerald M. Marlin .... Margaret I. Marshall. . Laura Karuline Martens. Biemann Alec Martin.. F. Jon Martin ........ Macon, Ga. Greenwood, S. C. . . . . . .Atlanta, Ga. . . ..... Atlanta. Ga. .Lake Wales, Fla. Miami, Fla. Conway. S. C. North Augusta, S. C. Decatur, Ga. Charlotte. N. C. Kenneth B. Martin ...... Merritt Island, Fla. Beverly Ann Matthews ......... Miami. Fla. ., ,Y X ., 1 ,,.. -. 'Qs if I A K lll lll 2 ii . - - l-:-. 1 I 1 , V ll'3"Y Sophomores College Philip M. McKinney. . . Michael A. McKinnon. . . . . .Huntsville, Ala. .. . . . . . .Atlanta, Ga. Robert Glenn McKinnon ........ Atlanta. Ga. E. Lynn McLarty ...... Louis Wilds McLead. . . Roger Joel Merritt ..... Michele Jo Meyer ...... Carol Lorena Miller ..... James S. Miller ....... Ruth Wilcox Miller .... Edgar Knox Mitchell .... .Chattahoochee, Fla. . . . . . . . .Mobile. Ala. . . .Miami Beach, Fla. .Daytona Beach, Fla. .Spartanburg S. C. . . . . . .Atlanta. Ga. .Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. . . . .Cincinnati, Ohio Jeffrey L. Mitchell ........ Huntington. N. Y. Thomas B. Mobley .... . ..... Cordele. Ga. Patrick English Montgomery ...... Rome, Ga. Charles Andrew Moore ........ Atlanta, Ga. Thomas William Moorman ..... Douglas, Ga. Henry Bradford Morris .... Birmingham, Ala. Barbara Ann Morrison .,...... Bristol, Tenn. Jane B. Morrow ..... ...., B irmingham, Ala. Thomas Marchant Musson. .... Eldorado, Ill Carol E. Nash ........,........ Macon, Ga. Jeraldine Neifer .......... River Falls, Wisc. Marsha L. C. Nelson ..... . ..... Cocoa. Fla William C. Nesbitt ........ Jacksonville. Fla. Jan Nichols ......... ..... C alhoun, Ga. Sally Olenschlager .... ..... S tratford, N. J. John Traylor Orr.. . . .Birmingham Ala. Yvonne Delores Oslin .... Nancy Jo Padgett .... Wiley A. Parker ..... W. Scott Parks, Jr .... . . . Patricia Lucia Patrick.. Judith Anne Patterson.. . . . . . .Atlanta. Ga. . . . .Walterboro, S. C. . . . .Bradenton, Fla. . . . . . .Rhine, Ga. . . . . .Tampa, Fla. . . .Winter Park. Fla. John Richard Payne .......... Anniston, Ala. William O. Payne ....... Billie Catherine Pearson.. Donald C. Pendergrast. .. Meyer I. Perlstein ....... Robert Lee Phillips .... Frances Alice Pierce. . Susan Jane Pineo ...... Anthony Joseph Pizza.. . . . . .Danville. Ky. . . . . . .Aiken, S. C. . . . . . .Atlanta, Ga. .Miami Beach. Fla. ........Miami, Fla. . . . . . .Atlanta, Ga. . . . . Boston, Mass. . .... Tampa, Fla. Sophomores College Mary Lee Poor. . . . .Woodstock, Ga Jean Pritchard ....... Carlene S. Prussncr .... Kenneth M. Pryse ....... . . . .Atlanta. Ga . . . .Atlanta, Ga . . . . . . Forsyth. Ga Steve Douglas Purcell ........ Haoeville. Ga Elizabeth Anne Rainwater ...... Atlanta. Ga John M. Ralls ............ Hogansville, Ga Lauren A. Rauber ....... Steve W. Reighard ..... Gail Lynn Resnick ..... F. Keith Reyher ............. Joseph Spratt Rhync. Jr.. . Roman Knott Rice. III. . . . . . . . .Decatur. Ga . . . .Lenoir. N. C. . . . . .Miami, Fla .Ashbnrn, Ga. San Rafael, Calif. . . . .Atlanta. Ga. Arthur Horace Richardson. . . .Atlanta, Ga. Ellen G. Rittenbaum ..... . . . . .Atlanta. Ga. Donna Harriet Routman.. William Glenn Roy ...... Richard Maurice Rubio. . . Robert Ernest Rudert ..... Terry H. Saxon ........ . . . .Anniston, . . . .Orlando. .. . . . .Tampa. .......Rome. . .... Marietta, Ellen Merle Scherr .......... Baltimore. Luellcn Townsend Scoates Margaret E. Scott ......,.. Stephen R. Seiter .............. Atlanta: Trudith Berry Sellers ..... Richard David Selman .... Jean Ellen Serafin ........ Mary Elizabeth Shanklin. . Ala. Fla. Fla Ga Ga Md . . . .Savannah Ga . . . . .Macon Ga Ga Falls Church. Va ......Rome, .Winter Park. . .Fort Myers, Ga Fla Fla Richard Eric Shaw ....... Washington, D. C Susan Anne Sibley ............. Atlanta. G 3. William Call Robbins ...... Mary Lynn Roberts ........ Jean Dawn Robertson.. Howard J. Robinson. . New Orleans, La Birmingham, Ala . . . .Atlanta. Ga . .Columbia. S. C James F. Robinson ......... San Diego. Calif Rebecca Jean Rogers ....... William L. Rogers ........ Robert Harry Rohrer, Jr.. . . Nancy Jo Ross ............ Margaret Ann Rossett ...... Karen Ann Roth .......... Martin Jerome Rotter ..... . . . . .Atlanta. Ga .Gainesville. Ga . . . .Atlanta. Ga .Rock Hill, S. C. .Memphis, Tenn. .AsheviIle, N. C. . . . .At1anta. Ga. 1: L :T H V " TED" 'Q FD , H?-Sflafg r . ' 5, p Qi ,Q . . - f' -- f' 1. .3 V. was . it N3 if V.-1AgQ?JP" ll -'T L LMPIPWV 'ff is - .'-4' ' "-a- ,N ll' 'fa 1 .- - 'I ' ' ' , ' ' w 1 M 5, Q ' 1 -, '. if A .V - 2 ' - ' .. - "' xii- ' 2:25 ' ,, .., :A,.,,2f " . ., l , -N E .'-. h " Q x Sophomores College Gloria Jean Silver ........ William D. Sirmali ..... . . . . .Marietta. . Goldsboro, N. C. Ga Della Kathryn Smith ..... ...lVIarietta, Ga. Laurel Melchers Smith ..., . .... Atlanta, Ga. Robert Woodrow Smith, Jr. .... LaGrange, Ga. Edward R. Spalty ..... -. . .St. Petersburg, Fla. Barbara Faye Spaulding.. ..Charleston, S. C. Kathleen Frances Spicer ........ Decatur. Ga. Bernita Ollie Stanley ........... Atlanta, Ga. John Walter Starr, III ......... Albany, Ga. W. D. Stephens ......... Silver Springs, Fla. Edward Ira Sternlieb ...... Coral Gables. Fla. Arch Yow Stokes ............. Atlanta, Ga. Margaret H. Stokes ...... Williamsburg. Va. 4 . f. Q9 . . Yu ff . 4 , Q I l r H 1 fm H u , t ' 1 - - . fe - . . S., ra Q 1 Walter Frank Strickland .... Jacksonville. Fla. Martha Tillman Stubbs.. Gregory Neel Stoddard Peggy Shaw Sullivan. . Roland A. Sutcliffe, Jr.. . . Violet NI. Sutherland.. .St. Petersburg, Charles Roy Sykes ....... James Hayes Swan. . . .. Betsy Kirby Tanner. . . John Karl Taylor ..... Malcolm Lyman Taylor, 5 Alan Harris Temkin. . . . . wr I? i T . . . . . .Tampa, Fla. . . . . . .Atlanta, Ga. Tiptonville. Tenn .......Miami, .......M1am1 . . . . . Hastings, 1 Fla Fla Fla Fla . .Knoxville, Tenn . . . . .Anniston, Ala r.. .Kingsport, Tenn . ,Torrington, Conn rr Betty Jo Strain ....... ....... A tlanta, Ga. , f. X 4 l Q Doyle William Thomas. Jr.. . .Woodstock, Ga Kenneth H. Thomas .... . ..... Columbus, Ga Lynn E. Thomas ............. Valdosta. Ga Constantine A. Thompson.lN'Iyrtle Beach, S. C Troy L. Thompson . ........ Franklin Allen Thornton, . Brunswick. Ga J r ....... Rome, Ga Susan Gershon Tourial ......... Atlanta. Ga. Katherine Hodnet Tribble ...... Rockmart. Ga. William Leonard Tucker ...... Columbus. Ga. Jay T. Turnipseed ............ Orlando. Fla. J. Gregory Upp .,....... Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Susan F. Upshaw .... ....... L akeland. Fla. Marshall P. Utterson .... .. .Savannah, Ga. Philip G. Van Dyck. .... ..... D ecatur. Ga. Robert Claude Vassey... ...... Ocilla. Ga. Linda Carol Vaughn ........ Greenville, S. C. L. Wesley Vaught ......... Little Rock, Ark. Sophomores College Rebecca Ann Vernon. .West Palm Beach. Fla. Harold Sidney Vigodsky. . .Westminster, S. C. Kenneth G. Vinson ........ Fort Valley. Ga. Susan J. Voges ......... Atlantic Beach. Fla. Thomas Andrew Wade, Jr. .... Columbus, Ga. Robert C. Walker ....... Balboa, Canal Zone Gay A. Wallace ..... Otis Robert Wallace. . . Valerie A. Ward .... Robert Perry Warnock. Elaine Wasserman ..... Virginia Lee Waters. . . Elizabeth A. Watson. Kathryn Ann Watts. . Mary Ashley Weaver College Park, Ga. . . . .Tamna. Fla. ' 'nil . . . .Orlando. Fla. . . .Anniston, Ala. . . .Nashville, Tenn. . ..... Aiken, S. C. . . .Wooster. Ohio . .Charlotte, N. C. .. . . , .Ocala, Fla. . Zi", ' E I1 we AQ? f 1 .L J 2 -ex 'mi A "ii lb V I i d r 3 ,I iff v . CV? 'XY HL- " X,.s l L l Harriet Marie Williams .... Marsha Emily Williams.. Roland B. Williams ............ Ashley D. Williamson .... George Gordon Williamson. James Miller Wilson, Ill. .,a,iA 7... u - V V., ici' I-v p 'A f- f I .fied . .fn A , i a -is l i 1 4 'e . ,. J'- . . . sf. .. .Greenville, S. C Alexandria, Va Macon, Ga . . . .Columbus, Ga .Little Rock. Ark Gainesville, Ga Kitsie Lee Wilson ....... Boynton Beach, Nlaxine L. Wilson ....... Roger J. Wise ....... ....... Susan Jean Wisler ....... Alan Stewart Walkin .... Valdosta., Orlando, . .Clearwater, Atlanta, Constance Wyatt .,... West Palm Beach, Fla Ga Fla Fla Ga Fla Fla Bruce M. Yergin, . . . .... Jacksonville. Charles A. Youmans.. ......... Augusta, Karin S. Zanger ........... Asheville. N. C William Vincent Zeller ......... Eustis. Fla Guy Alexander Zimmerman .... Tucson, Ariz Robert A. Zwerner ............ Atlanta. Ga Ga I Clarke B. Weeks ..... ..... P lant City, Fla. Maurice Weil, III ........... Louisville, Ky. Richard G. Weinkle ............ hliami. Fla. Marcia Rochelle Weinstock ...... Miami, Fla . . . .Orlando. Fla Henry G. Weisnman .... Susan E. Welden ........ .... N orcross, Ga Betty Catherine Wheeler ........ Storrs. Conn. Patricia Lynn Wheeler ........ Doraville, Ga Jerry Michael Whitlock ...... Thomaston. Ga. Ernestine Whitman .,...,.... ..Atlanta, Ga Xenia Rae Wiggins ............ Atlanta. Ga Amelia Wilbanks ....... Alexander City. Ala. V H -1--s Freshmen OFFICERS AND SENATORS President ...... Hal B. Parkerson Vice President ...... Jay Schwartz Secretary ....... . . Kathy Fertig Treasurer . . . Martha Anne Hillman Senators . . Myles Abbott, Bob Forry l 2 fx , ,-J 1 ri E iff? zip i 1 1-My V no . a . w-216' L f fl X ill' 'V 4 I ill fl-rj Hillman, Abbott, Parkerson, Schwartz, Fertig, Forry. COLLEGE COUNCIL Andy Arnold Terry Connally Dick Cresswell Jim Debardelaben Dawson Jackson Jim Rogers fl-rj DeBardelaben, Connally, Cresswell, jackson. Freshmen f College Abbott, Miles Bruce ............ Miami. Fla. Abernathy, John M. .... . . . . . .Columbus, Ga. Abrams, Ellis Hersh ....... .... A tlanta, Ga. Ackley, Starr ........... Adair. JoNell Emma ..... Adams, Frederick Fletcher .Hilton Head, S. C. . . .Hartsville, S. C. ..Snartauburg. S. C. Adams, Susan Carol ............ Atlanta, Ga. Adams. Sandra J. ...... . Adkisson, Thomas L.. . . . Akin, Joel Charles .... Akin, Allen Allen: Allen Allen: Warren....,..... . . . .East Point, Ga. . . . .East Point, Ga. . . . . . .Decatur, Ga. . . . Cartersville, Ga. Alexander Charles. .... Raleigh. N. C. Beniamin Heyward. ...... Athens, Ga. Charles Daniel .......... Atlanta, Ga. Ralph Charles ..... . . .Atlanta, Ga. Allen, Warren Whitfield ....... Forsyth, Ga Allgood, Diane Jeanette ......... Oxford, Ga Alligood, Lynette ........ ..... M eigs. Ga Amato, Albert L. ...... .... A tlanta. Ga Atwood, James Picker .... Sandy Springs, Ga. Ambrose, Henry Jr. .... . Anderson, Tina Armour, Mary Jane. . . . . . . .Memohis, Tenn Oklahoma City. Okla . . .Montg0mery. Ala Andruk, Richard D.. .St. Petersburg Bch., Fla Armstrong, James Houston. .Montgomery. Ala Arnold, Andy Taylor ...... Greenwood. S. C Arnold, Richard Steven ..... Jacksonville. Fla Atkinson, Gwendolyn A. . .W. Palm Beach, Fla Austin, Edward R. .... ..... C harlotte. N. C. Aycock, Charles William. ,Ft. Lauderdale. Fla. Ayers. Robert Ransome ......... Atlanta. Ga. Babinec, Lynne Marie ...... Spartanburg, S. C. Bain, Charles Lynwood ........ Decatur. Ga. Baker, Susan Louise ......... Rockville, Md. Baker, Thomas Newton ........ Atlanta. Ga. Baldridge, Buddy Bert ....... Lubbock, Texas Balz, Emily Elizabeth ...... Greenville, S. C. Barkell, Richard Colin ........... Rome. Ga. Barnwell. John Gibbes. . . Bates. Sandra Darlene. . . . . .Forest Park, Ga. ...Charlotte, N. C. Batkin, Jeffrey Alan ........ Hollywood, Fla. Freshmen f College Baughman, James Glenn. .... Fort Wayne. Ind Baughonm. Marshal Alan ..... Clarkston, Ga Beattie, Thomas Bruce ......... Augusta, Ga. Benfield, Franklin Kaid ...... Asheville, N. C. Bennett, Susan Elizabeth. .Lauringburg, N. C. Berglund, Robert Kent ......... Atlanta, Ga Binhs, Timothy Greene ......... Atlanta Bird, William Wylie ....... Jacksonville, Birdsall, Paula Anne. .... .. Bistany. Rose Anne. . . Blackburn, Linda Cheryl ....... Blackmon, Janet Lynn .... .Ga Fla . . . .Atlanta, Ga Charlotte, N. C .Decatur, . . . .Lafayette, Bloom, Barbara Ann ........... Forsyth, Blum, Madeline Bonnie .... Coral Gables, Boddiford, Laura ............ Millhaven v Ga. La. Ga. Fla. Ga. Bolton, Adene Parks .... Bond, Ernest Howard Jr. Bond, Louisa T. ........ . Bonner, Phillip Jay ..... Bonner. William E.. . . Bainbridge, . . . .Albany, . . . .Atlanta. . . . . Atlanta, Augu sta, Boone. Martha Barrie ...... Tallahassee, Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga Fla Bradley, Josephine Bones: 0 Bozzini, Gary J. ...... . Bradley, William Pierce. Chevy Chase. Atlanta, . Decatur, Bragg, Sandra Lee ...... Ormond Beach, Ga Ga Md Fla Braunstein, Ted B. ........ Miami Beach, Fla Breedlove, Anita Louise ........ Monroe, Ga Brcgler, Fredrick W. ........... Tampa, Fla. Britton, Arthur M. ....... lllontgomery, Ala. Bromberg, Edward ............. Atlanta, Ga. Brooks, Charles Harry ...... Norwood, N. C. Brotherton, William DeRoy. .Charleston, S. C. Brown, John Shillard ..... Brown, William A.. . .. Buhrow, Jack Alan .... Brubaker, Thomas Allen. . . Burton, Dorothy Jean.. Browder. Linda A. . Grosse Pointe Woods. Mich. Brown, Evelyn W. ...... Ormond Beach, Fla. . . . .Dallas. Texas ........Miami, Winter Park. .Cape Coral, . ......Auburn, Busbee, Ben Bob ............... hlacon, Butler, George B. Jr. ..... Butler, Paul B. ...... . . . Gainesville, . . Jacksonville, Fla. Fla. Fla. Ala. Ga. Fla. Fla. Freshmen f College Campbell, Leon L. .... .... A tlanta, Campbell, Nan Butler. ..... Atlanta, Carlock, James D. ..... .... R inggold, Carrier. Dorothy J.. . . ..... Atlanta, Carter, Manley L. .... .... M acon, Certain, Robert Glenn. ..... Bethesda. Chadwick, Raymond G. ....... Jonesboro, Chapman, Laura Marie .... Coral Gables. Chapman. Robert H... ..... Valdosta. Chatagnier. Monique F. ......... Atlanta Chivington, David R. .......... Decatur, Clements, Jane Ann ...... St. Petersburg. Clemmons, Alice Virginia. ..... Decatur, Cleveland, Lyn ........... Coral Gables. Clothier, Robert F. Jr. .......... Decatur, Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. Md. Ga. Fla. Ga. Ga. Ga. Fla. Ala. Fla. Ga. Cornelius. Llewellyna .... Courtney, Claire Lee. . . Cowen, Stephen S. ...... . Crafton. Steven Mark .... Crain, Eloise Hunt ..... . .Brentwood. Tenn. . . . .Hammond, La. . . . . .Atlanta, Ga. . . . . .Atlanta, Ga. . . . . .Atlanta, Ga. Creswell, Richard W. ...... Jacksonville, Fla. Daniell, Roy Burnette ........ Natchez, Miss. Davis, Jacqueline L. ........... Conyers, Ga. Dearen, Donna Carol ..... Arlington Hts., Ill. Deaton, Gary Floyd .......... Jonesboro. Ga. Debardclaben. James ........... Atlanta, Gu. Dechenaux, Marguerite. . .Daytona Beach, Fla. Deeb, Larry Charles ........ Tallahassee, Fla. Decker, Joseph F. ..... ...... S afford, Ala. DeGant. Julie G ..... .... O rlando, Fla. Cobb. Frances Reid. . . . . . . Cohen, Michael Joseph . . Cartersville. Ga. . . . . . .Atlanta, Ga. Cohen, R. Mark. ......... Jacksonville, Fla. Cole, Lee Marion. . . . Coleman, Gregory. . . . . . . . .Coral Gables. Fla. . . . . .Atlanta. Ga. Connally. Terry Sue .......... Dallas, Texas Cook, Ellis Peniston.. Cook. Mary Katherine. . . . . . .Savannah, Ga. .Signal Mtn., Tenn. Cook, Raymond Lawrence .... Houston, Texas Cooke. John Graves ......... Shreveport, La. Cooper, Joseph Cleveland..Milledgeville. Ga. Cooper, Ronald B. ........ Coral Gables. Fla. H 275 Dykes. Nancy Jane. . . Freshmen College Delman, Michael S. ...,.. .... A tlanta. Ga. DePew, Kenneth Charles. . . .Leesburg. Fla. Derrick. Rodney S. ............. Atlanta. Ga. Diehl, Sharon Lee .... ..... H ouston, Texas Director. Steven M.. . . Dixon. Carol Ann ...... Doyle. Robert Edwards. . . . .Savannah, Ga. . . . . . Gainesville. Ga. . . .Birmingham, Ala. Draughon, John A. ....,........ Nlacon, Ga. Drecksler, Howard T. .... Miami Beach. Fla. Dunson, Gail E. .... Jacksonville Beach, Fla. Durden, Robert J.. . . . . . .Statesboro, Ga. Dunbar, Scott Douglas. . . . . .Forest Park, Ga. .......Rome, Ga. Ferguson, William Joseph ...,... Ogden, Utah Eclclleman, Henry Clay ..... Edmondson, James .... Eidson, Susan Frazier. Elizardi, David James. Ellis, William C.. . . . Erwin, Margaret Ann Evans. David J. .... . Evans. Jane Ann ..... . . . Doraville, Ga. . . . . .Nelson, -Ga. . . . .Atlanta. Ga. New. Orleans. La. Wilmington, Del. . . . . . . . .Columbus, Ga. . Albertville, Ala. . Huntsville, Ala. Evans, Rogers K. ...... Shaker Heights, Ohio Evans, Rose- Wood ........... Lexington. Ky. Fackler, Charles Whitefield .... LaGrange. Ga. Fazts. William Samuel ..... High Point. N. C. Dysart. James Holden ....... Cartersville. Ga. Eaddy. Sarah Lynn. ..... Lake City, Fla. Fanning. Mary Jo ........ .... A tlanta. Ga. Faulkner. Betty Lou ............ Dover, Del. Fayssoux. Frances Pomeroy. . .Memphis, Tenn. Fehd, Joel Jeffery ............. Sanford, Fla. Ferguson, Margaret M.. . . .Falls Church, Va. Ferris, . Thomas L.. . . . . . . Fertig, 'Katherine Ann. . . Findley, Edward Lee ..... Finley, Larry Glenn .... Flowers. Mary Alida ..... . . .Cincinnati, Ohio . Manila, Philippines .Falls Church, Va. . . . . . . .Atlanta, Ga. . .Fort Valley. Ga. Fooks. Linda Barrett ....... Wilmington, Del. Forry, Robert Hadden ..... Spartanburg, S. C. Fowler, Glenda Ann ..... . . . Swainsboro. Ga. Freeman, Donald Wayne .... Jacksonville. Fla. Freshmen f College Friedman, Harris Leonard. .Coral Gables, Fla. Fuller, Teressa Lynn ..... Funk. David I. .......,..... . Gaines. Kenneth James ...... Galloway, Asher Byrd ..... . . . . .Orlando, Fla. . .Atlanta, Ga. - Nashville, Tenn. .. . . .Atlanta, Ga. Gamble, Steve Aaron ......... Columbus, Ga. Gammage, Mary King. . . ,... e.Sylvester, Ga. Garland, Catherine Russ ...... Fitzgerald. Ga. Gamer.'Judith Anna .... Garner, Marcia Tate .... . . . . .Americus, Ga. . . .... Rome. Ga. Garrett. Richard B. .... . . . .Montgomery, Ala. Gay. ARhodes .......... Gibbs. John Newton .... . . . Jacksonville, Fla. . . . . . . . .Atlanta. Ga. Goodin. Robert B. .......... -. .-.Atlanta, Ga. Goodwin, Nancy G.. . . . . . .Falls Church, Va. Harris, Benton N. ........... Baltimore, Md Harris, Frank Osborne .......... Dillard, Ga Harris, James N. .... West'Palm Beach, Fla Harrison, Charles Thomasflll. . .Atlanta. Ga Harwell. Mark -Alan. . . Hastings, Robert Ian K. Hattaway. Gary Lee. . . Head, William Thomas. . . . .Cockeysville, Md . . .Milledgeville, . . . . . .Bethesda, . . . . . . .Orlando. Fla. Ga Md Henderson, James Henry .... Wilmington, Del Heninger. Roland Keith . . . . . .LaGrange, Ga. Herring, Thomas H. .... . Hersh, Elissa ..,........ Hewlett, Pamela B. ...... . Hibbard, Laurence R. ...... .... . Herault, Pamela ...... . . . . . .Fitzgerald. Ga . . . . . .Atlanta, Ga. Bowling Green. Ky. .EmDorium, Penn. .Atlanta. Ga. Grainger, Christopher J.. Greenhill. Joel David. . . Grimes, Ira B. .... . . . . Gross, Leon Ray .... Grunewald, Mark ...... Hagood, David Taylor.. Hall, John .Luther ..... Hall, Ronnie ..... . . . Chattanooga, Tenn . . .Miami Beach, Fla . . . .-.LaGrange, Ga . . . . .Atlanta, Ga ..... .Hartwell. Ga . . .Birminghnm, Ala .... . .Newnan, Ga . . . .Sanford, Fla Halperin. Howard Gary ....... Sarasota. Fla. Hanger, Mary Genevieve ........ Miami. Fla Hanks, Henry Doug .... Harrell. William L. .... . .........Rome, Ga . . . .Valdosta, Ga. House. Gary Nolan ......... Fort Myers, Fla Howland, Robert Edward ....... Atlanta, Ga Huck, Judy Duane. ......... Fort Pierce, Fla Huddleston, Shelley. . . . . Hull. Alan Correll ...... Hunt. Robert Gordon .... Hutton. Charles R. ........ . Hyden, William Ulysses, Jakovac, Gloria Jeanne. . . . . Montgomery, Ala . . . . . .Oneonta, Ala. Jr. ...... Trion, Ga . . . . .Anniston, Ala Jackson, Kensler Dawson ......... Rome, Ga James, Charlotte H. .... . .......Greer, S. C James. Thomas Cleveland ........ Macon, Ga . .... . .Tampa, Fla. Memphis, Tenn. Freshmen Hilburn, Presley Jo ..,. Hill, Tommie Ann. . . . Hillman, Martha Anne. HiDDS. Michael ........ Hodges, Tom L. III. . . Hoffman, Mark S ...... Hogg, Lea Ann .... Holden, Lois Faye ..... Holland, Michael F.. . . Hollander. Steven Alan College . . . . .Tampa. . . . Clearwater. Fla. Fla. . . . .Bristol, Tenn. . . . . . .Eatonton, Ga. . . .Clarkesville, Ga. . . .Miami Beach, Fla . . . .Babylon, N. Y. Holman. William James .... Lake Wales. Holt. Gayle Paulette .... Hooningarner, Linda L. . Horrell. Gail ........... Horowitz. Stephen N... . . . . . .Newnan, Ga. . . . .Riverview, Fla. . . . . . . .Miami. Fla. Fla. . . Montgomery. Ala. . . .Bradenton, Fla. . .Moutgomersn Ala. . . . . . . .Miami, Fla. Johnson, Julia Lynn. ......... .Dallas, Texas Johnson, Neal Lauren .......... McLean. Va. Johnson, Thomas M. ....... Lawrence. Kansas Johnson, William Holland. . .Greenville, S. C. Johnston, Donald C.. . . Jones, James Pincknay. . Jones, Margaret H.. . . . Jordan. Julie Jane. .... . Jordan, Warren Boyd .... Jordin. John Bryan .... Jordon, Hill R. ...... . Joseph. G. Paul, Jr.. . . . . . Milledgeville. Ga. ..........Rome. Ga. . . . .Nashville, Tenn. . . . . . . .Atlanta. Ga. . . . . Memphis. Tenn. .Chattanooga Tenn. .Lawrenceville, Ga. .Myrtle Beach. S. C. Joy, William Cornelius ......... Atlanta, Ga. Kagan, Abbot ............. Fort Myers, Fla. Kasriel. Sarita Gay .... ....... A tlanta, Ga. Freshmen f College Kass, Howard Charles .... Katz, Janet Lenore. ..... . . Coral Gables. . Miami Beach, Katzen. Barry M. ........ Miami Beach. Kay. James Beniamin ..... Keeler, James A. ..... . Kersler, Glen William. . . King. Carole Ann ........ Kirk, Rebecca Ann ....... Kleiderer, Karen Grace ....... Klein, Andrew L. ....... . Knepp, Lester J. ..... . Knierim, Mary Alice. . . . . Knoph, Marianne ..... Koch. Randolph ..... Koenig, H. Steve. . . . . . . . .Augusta. . . . .Palmetto. .Riviera Beach. .. . . . .Athens. Fla. Fla. Fla. Ga. Fla. Fla. Ga. Chattanooga, Tenn. . . . . . Sarasota. . . .Fort Knox. .... . .AtIanta, Houston, Texas Fla. Ky. Ga. . .Kuoxville, Tenn. . . . .Cocoa Beach, ........M1ami. Fla. Fla. Leipold, Calvin Artie. Lester, Linda Diane. . . Lester, Mariorie Marie.. Lewis, Alison ........ Linz. James R. ..... . Loftiss, Thomas Jeffers Albany. Ft. Lauderdale. .Atlantic Beach, .........Tampa. . . . .Kensiugtom London, Judith Rachel ..... Montgomery, Losey, Michael H. .......... . Lundy. Joe M., Jr.. .. Lutz, Jerre Frederick ..... Luoma, Linda M .... Ludlow, Kathi ....... Lyles, Joseph H., Jr... Augusta. . Somerset. Ga Fla Fla Fla Md Ga Ala KY Los Angeles, Calif .. . . . .Atlanta. .....Falls Church ...........Jesup Mahr, Aaron Lee ......... Winter Park, Mallu, Pamela Karen. . . . . .Lantana. .College Park, Ga Ga Va Ga. Fla Fla - Kruglick, Karen Fay ...... Carol Gables, Fla. LaCava, Susan C. ....... Ormond Beach. Fla. Ladson, John E. ...... . . . . . . . . .Vidalia, Ga. Lamp'l. William Paul .......... Miami. Fla. Landers, Robert Randall ....... .Atlanta, Ga. Lanier, James F. ......... . . . .Miami, Fla. Lanier, James M. ..... . Lang. Zane A.. . . . Larson. James C.. . . . Layman, John W.. . . Lee, Thomas Peter. . . . Leech, Charles M.. . . . ..... Atlanta, Ga. . . . .Orlaud0. Fla. . . . Columbus, Ga. . . . .Evanston. Ill. Houston. Texas . . . . .Pensacola, Fla. McIlwain, Harris H. .... Temple Terrace, Fla. McKenna, Katharine A. ...... Bradenton, Fla. McKoon, Gerry Colleen ....... Columbus. Ga. McRae, Alex Malcolm .... New Orleans, Fla. Mead, Gordon McRae. . . Means, William E.. . . . Megaw, Judith Mary. . Merritt. M. Susan .... Mikell, Frank L., Jr... Milford, Jon David ...... Miller, Jonathan Lee. . Miller, Rebecca J.. . . . .Winter Haven, Fla. . . . .College Park, Ga. . . . . .Pitman. N. J. Albuquerque, N. M. . . . . Statesborn. Ga. . . .Hartwell. Ga. . . . .... Danville. Ky. . . . .Aiea. Hawaii Freshmen College Mangum, Merilyn G. ..... Montgomery, Marcus, Jud . ....... . Ala. . . . . .Miami, Fla. Coral Gables, Fla. Marder, Maryann ...... Marbut, Beverly Ann ..... Martin, Alva Lewis .... . . . . .Atlanta. Ga. . . . .Anderson, S. C. . . . . .Cumming. Mashburn, Martha ..... Mathews. Gary ........... Jacksonville, McCormick, Catherine F.. . .Winter Park McEachern, Dixie Lee .......... Tampa. Mclilhaney. Aubrey D.. . .,.... Atmore. n Ga. Fla. Fla. Fla. Ala. Ala. . . . . . . . .Cullman, ee ....... Orlando. McGahee, Betty ........... Tallahassee, McGill, Robyn Madelein. . -.Libya. N. Africa McGuire. Thomas Howard. . .Houston, Texas McE1vey, Linda Ann. McGaritY. Margaret D Fla. Fla. Mingledorff, Richard. . Mitchell, Douglas A.. Mobley. Lawrence F.. . . . . . .Roswel1, Ga. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Mize, Donald Lee ........... .Marietta. . . . . . .Decatur, lwonkman, Cynthia L. ...... Wilmington. Moore, David Alan. . . Moorer, Chuck ....... Ga. Ga. Del. . . . .Key West, Fla. Virginia Beach, Va. . . . .Saratoga. Calif. Morgan. Marilyn ...... Morgan, Mary Margaret ......... Rome, Ga. Morris. John Daniel ....... .... R ome, Ga. Morris. Terry Edward .... College Park. Ga. Mullens. William Edward ......... Venezuela Mundy, George Edward ...... Cedartown. Mullis. Lawton Harris... ..... Macon. Ga. Nunnally, Jeanette K. ........ Anniston, Ala. Ga. Freshmen f College Nash, Mary Elizabeth ........ LaFayette, Neel, Sara Elizabeth ....... Thomasville, Neff, Catherine H. ............ Orlando. Nelson, David Allan ....... Jacksonville, Newlin, Nina Beatrice .... Newman, Joe W. .............. Decatur, Newman, Simon Louis ...... Jacksonville, Noble, James Ward ......... Cartersville, Norton, Dolly Palmer ...... New Orleans, Ga. Ga. Fla. Fla, La. Ga. Fla. Ga. . .Houston. Texas Olansky. Leann ........ Avondale Estates. Ga. Oliver, Janet .....,..... Oliver. John Gladson. . . Opie, Eleanor C. .............. Staunton, Ott, Carol .......... ..... T allahassee, Otwell, John Philip .... ....... A tlanta, . . . .Palatka. Fla. .... . . . .Miami, Fla. Va. Fla. Ga. Pace. Jack Rodney .... ........ D ecatur, Ga Parker. Sally Hardin ....... Birmingham, Ala Parkerson, Hal B.. . . . ......... Bartow, Fla Patterson, Frank Winfred ........ Dalton, Ga Perusse. Cliff .......... . . . . . .Bethesda, Md. Peterson, David .............. Lakeland, Fla. Phillips, Caroline Major .... Nashville, Tenn. Phillips, Patricia Holmes. .Chattanooga Tenn. Phillips, Thomas Roland Pugmire, Richard H.. Pucciano, Kathleen M . . . . . . .Marietta, Ga. . ...... Marietta, Ga. . ......... Decatur, Ga. Pryor. 'Pamela ................ Atlanta, Ga. Preodor. Michael ........Tampa, Fla. Prater, Dorothy .......... Morristown, Tenn. Poulos, Nick George. Posner, Joanne F.. . . . Pollack, Drue Mindel Polizos, Victor Nick .... Poland, Laura Lee. . . . . . . .Atlanta. Ga. .... . . . .Atlanta, Ga. .. . . . .Baltimore, Md. . . .Montgomery. Ala. . . . .Alexandria, Va. Patton, Richard D.. . ....... . . .Decntur, Ga Payne, Janet Frances .... . Peach, Marcia Joan. Pelaez. Jill Ann .... Pemble, Charles W.. Pendergrast, Martha Penpas, Spero C. ..... .. Perry, Bruce C. ..... .College Park, Ga . . . . .Albany, Ga Shaw AFB, S. C . . . . .Miami, Fla. . . . .Atlanta, Ga. . . . . Atlanta, Ga. . . . . .Smyma, Ga. 1, . Freshmen f College Pu rcell, Melvyn Kenneth ....... Atlanta. Ga Quillian, Katherine R .... ..... L aGrange, Ga Ranslow, Mary Sue ......... Kensington, Md Reavis, Linda Carole .,..... Ball Ground Ga Reed, Alice E. ...... . . . . . . .Sarasota, Reed, Kim ............. .... . . .TamDa, Reeder, Stephen G. .... West Reimer, Judy Ann ,......... Melbourne, Reith, Mary Jane .............. Atlanta Reuter, Diana Rogers. ..... Palm Beach. Fla Fla Fla Fla Ga . Scarsdale, N. Y Rhodes, Robert Lee ........... Orlando, Fla. Richards, Stephen H. ......, Fort Myers, Fla. Richardson, Judith Anne ........ Smyrna, Ga. Riette, Eve Lynn .......... Jacksonville, Fla. Rinney, John D. ..... .... A lexandria, Va. A Ritchie, Sarah E. ......... Milledgeville, Ga. Roberts, Katherine L. .... Miami Springs, Fla. Rogers, Nancy Carol. . . Rolader. Donald Ashleyi .. Rosen, Seymour David ..... Rosenfeld, Raymond A.. Rountree, Susan . ...... . . Rudder, Catherine E.. . . Runnion, David Alan. . Russell, David H. .... . Sain, Robert L. ..... . Samess, Ronald Roy .... . . .Clemson, S. C. . . . . .Atlanta, Ga. Carol Gables. Fla. . . . . .Atlanta, Ga. .Kharkoum, Sudan . . . . .Atlanta. Ga. . . . . . . . .Decatur, Ga. t. Petersburg. Fla. . . . . .Atlanta. Ga. . .Hollywood. Fla. Sanders. Andrew L. ............ Atlanta. Ga. Sandlin, Martha Lewis ...... Anderson, S. C. Schildecker, Steven F. .... Daytona Beach, Fla. Schwartz, S. Arlene ........... Atlanta, Ga. Schwartz, Jay L. .... . . .Hollywood, Fla. Schwartz, June Ellen ....... Nashville, Tenn. Schwartz, Robert E. .... ..... An nanolis. Md. Schwartz, Sheila Arlene ........ Atlanta, Schwenke, Barbara Louise ....... Atlanta, Schorr, Warren E .... .No. Miami Beach. Fla. Scott, Mary Ethel .... . . . Scott, Sylvia Lee ......... Seay, Ellen Elizabeth ..... Seckinger, Rose. ........ . . Selwyn, I. Alan ..... Ga. Ga. Spartanburg. S. C. Spartanburg, S. C. . .Memrahis, Tenn. Jacksonville, Fla, . . . . . .Augusta. Ga. . . . . .Clewiston, Fla. Freshmen Sexton, Richard Wyatt.. College Shields. . . . .Huntsville. Shaw, Peter L. ....... . Christine T. .......... Waycross. Siegrist, Richard Anthony.. Simpson, James Chris .... Sklarolf, Nell ........ .Jacksonville, . . . . . .Sarasota, Ala. Ga. Fla. Fla. Skidmore, Barry J. .... South Pasadena. Calif. ' Elkins Park, Penn. . . ...... Anniston. Slate, Elizabeth Davis Smith, Anne. .,................ Tifton, Smith, Barbara Lynn. . . . . .Hampton. Smith. Caldwell Smith, Doug K. .... . Smith, James Ferris ............ Smith, Nantelle Elaine ...... .Enternrise, Snow, Dorothy J.. . . . . . . .Marietta, .........Orlando, . . . . . .Jcksonville, .Macon, Ala. Ga. Va. Fla. Fla. Ga Ala. Ga. Soto, Carlos Juan ,..... . . . . . .Atlanta, Ga Speed. Sally Walton ...... .. .Columbus, Ga Spence, Gary B ....... .... L ake Worth, Fla Spencer. James G.. . . . Spitzer, E. James. . . . . . . Spore. Steve Scott ........ Snruill. Catherine Lea. . . ....,INIiami, Fla Oak Ridge, Tenn .Winter Park, Fla . . . . .Atlanta, Ga Squadrito. Charles Lucius ....... Atlanta, Ga Stagg, Robert E. ...... . Stamper, Bryan Craig.. . Stanleford, Catherine .... . . . .Augusta, Ga . . . . . .Avondale, Ga . . . . .Durham, N. C Stephenson, David Allen ..... Evansville, Ind. Stevenson, Louise A. .......... lVIaitland, Fla. Stevenson, Pegy ........... Winter Park, Fla. Stone. Margaret Anne ...... Crossville. Tenn. Stovall. Richard Frank ......... Atlanta, Ga. Stein. Jonathan Mark ...... Coral Gables, Fla Strauss, Barbara E. ............. Miami, Fla Stretch, James Earle ....... Manhasset. N. Y. Stubbs, Robert S. ..... ....... A tlanta, Ga. Stucke, Carl Henry ........... Savannah, Ga Svitzer. J ack Richard ...... Swain, William F. ........ Coral Gables. Swann, Ralph W. .... ........ G ibson Taylor, Edward C. ............. Macon, Taylor. Terman Sara Susan. . , Jacquelyn.. . . ...... Orlando. . .Alexandria, Va Fla. , Ga Ga College Park, Ga Fla. Freshmen f College Thames. Thomas, Thomas, Thomas, Thwaite. Tina Lynn .... .........Macon. Ga. Peter Charles. . . Kay Elise .... Steven K.. . . . . . .Houston, Texas . . . . . . . .Atlanta, Ga. . . . . . . . .Atlanta. Ga. Susan Godwin ........ Atlanta, Ga. Tillis, John Fohl ...... Tingle, Susan R. ..... . Tinsley, William Carroll II. . .Columbus. Ga. Tinsley, William Dale ...... Greenwood, S. C. Trauring, Tony .......... New York. N. Y. . .Fort Myers, Fla. . .Asheville, N. C. Troup, .Robert L. ......... Spartanburg, S. C. Thomas William ......... Ocilla, Ga. Turner, A. Jane ........,...... Decatur, Ga. Turner, Donald James ......... Dunedin, Fla. Turner, Thomas Michael .... Tallahassee. Fla. Tucker, Tyre, Barbara L.. . . . Tyson, Lucy Jerolyn. . . . . . Varner. Ann Renfro ..... . . . . Venet. Cosima Lucille Vihlen, Eric ........ Vines, Helen Dudley. Vining, Alice Marie .... . . . Waddell, James Curtis .... . Wade, Carol D. .... . . . . .Decatun . .Bainbx-idge. .Co1umbus. . . . Glenview, . Homestead, Birmingham. .Thomastom . . . .Decatur. . . . .Dalton, Wagman, Allan J. ........ Chevy Chase, Walker, Marvin A. ......... Annandale, Walker, W. Wingfield, Jr. ..... Eatonton, Ga Ga Ga Ill. Fla. Ala. Ga Ga Ga. Md. Va. Ga. Wallace, James J. III .......... Atlanta, Ga. Ward, Edward Wells ...... Jacksonville. Fla. Ware, John Dwight. ....,.... Savannah, Ga. Watson, Roy W... .Panama, Ren. of Panama Watson, Victoria L. ........ Nashville. Tenn. Weathers, David Lee ...... Birmingham, Ala. Webb, James Lowe.. . .... Hogansville. Ga Webb, Patricia Sue ..... Weeks, Carl Solana. . . . . . . .Decatur, . . . .Savannah. Weinberger, Martin. ...... . .So. Miami, Ga. Ga. Fla. Weisenthal, Ann .... Miami Beach, Fla. Welch, Suzanne ..... .Montgomeryn Ala. Whaley, Jeanne O. ............ Atlanta, Ga. Wheeler, Nick A. ............ Lafayette. Ala. Whitworth, Henry L.. J r.. . .Forest Park, Ga. Business 'ln . Q... 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M RR'fQL'fM-Awpwf .... T- . M AN -EG 1 . . Dr. James M. Hund serves as Dean of the School of Business Administration. He is an able leader with an eye for progress, yet always has time for a student with a problem. . . . r' c tv l ,KEY Q .t i t 4 X, x X Dr. Harold L. Johnson gives an explanation to an eco- nomics problem. The School of Business Administration is housed in the Rich Memorial Building. This three-story structure contains complete facilities for the opera- tion of the school: classrooms, conference and semi- nar rooms, accounting and statistical laboratories, a computer center, and a special business and eco- nomics library. The faculty is composed of many Well-qualified professors and a group of guest lecturers represent- ing the various aspects of Atlanta business. An Ad- vitory Committee of prominent businessmen aids the school in relation to its opportunities for serv- ice in the business community. The Business School provides its students, through instruction in the sources and methods of assembling business information and in the analysis of business problems, a technique for pursuing on their own the specialized vocational interests that they may now possess or later acquire. Nap., y Q, -. ,Q s- . iw ' x . -' L. e up . Dr. William O. Shropshire takes a break between classes. Gary A. Luoma prepares a lecture on ad- ministration procedures. Instruction in the first year is directed to the use of the tools and controls of business and to the introduction to and the understanding of primary administrative and organiza- tional principles and problems. Laboratory practice and prob- lem analysis are integral parts of many courses. Dr. Thomas R. Masterson discusses facets of management. Serif 7 u M N, H Q.f1H3vvl"' "W 'ww Tv "H " Wm H fi . , 'Q 11 Mrs. Beverly K. Schaffer adds a feminine touch to the Economics Department. Alan L. Ritter checks over a paper for a student. 'MK 1 'll if ' ' Y l 1 - W? If ii, ' ii .MT Wait!-N N., M , Ii 37" , Q ff: 'L Dr. Ronald L. Jensen works in computer center. , K gave" :Mx H W, H 1 ,,,,.F:n.-sf--1' , N 4, .iw 5 Dr. W. Tate Whitman holds the distinc- tion of being a Candler Professor of Eco- nornics. in 1 Dr. Thomas D. Mara directs the Management Programs. ln the second year of Business Education the analytical and professional approach is stressed, with increased attention being given to the application of principals and to the analysis of business problems. 5 . 1 ' 5 A QI .J Q . 1 Johnny Walker, President Bill jackson, Vice-President Betty Wilson, Secretary-Treasurer BUSINESS SCHOOL STUDENT COUNCIL Students of Business Administration participate in all the activities of Emory College and the Greek system. In addition they have their own Business School Student Council which sponsors ac- tivities for business administration students exclusively. Members are selected on the basis of their interest and Willingness to serve. The council acts as a link between students and faculty and is re- sponsible for organizing the Wide assortment of field trips and interest programs that supplement classroom work. Left to Right, Council Members: Johnny Walker, Bill Jackson, Bill Lamb, Eddie Carrier, Steve Lewis, Lynn Spruill, joe Dickey, Bob Kennon Not Pictured, Richard Rogers. OW 3 vxlkxx v IQ ee Vaal . ,,f. ,,,...,.,. Vifu all ,H A it Y M in in "lf" ' Hi Left to Righl, Council Members: Mike Kelly, Steve Lewis, Charlie Egerton, john Walker, Lynn Spruill. BUSINESS SCHOOL HONOR COUNCIL Feeling that personal ethics lie in education and should be based on standards of individual honor, the Business School follows the Honor System that pertains to all Emory students. A sep- arate council is chosen from the school's student body to handle all academic problems arising in the business courses. Continuing high standards have resulted in students being selected for such honors as Degrees of Distinction, The Wall Street Journal Award, Beta Gamma Sigma, The Camp- bell Accounting Award, The C.P.A. Award, and many others. Charlie Egerton, Chairman Johnny Walker, Vice-Chairman Steve Lewis, Secretary W Na-an , BB. ,ir ., i EU! umors X Busmess Richard Wells Beatty, Greencastle. Ind. Robert Bennett, Adel, Ga. James M. Breman, Atlanta, Ga. William Edward Carrier. Atlanta. Ga. John M. Dollar, Memphis. Tenn. James A. Fox, Jr., Durham, N. C. Morton Strahan Hodgson, Ill. Atlanta. William Lawrence Jenkins, Albany, Ga. Robert Shipley Bridges. Atlanta, Ga. Edward Paul Coppedge. East Point, Ga. Diane Darling, New Orleans, La. Graydon Florence. Louisville. Ky. Craig R. Goodman, Barnesville. Ga. Robert Mell Kennon. Jr.. Tifton. Ga. William Stephen Lamb. Macon, Ga. Alan J. McCracken, Atlanta. Ga. Patricia H. Main, Birmingham, Ala. Terry Lee Neikirk. Savannah, Ga. Richard Lee Smith, Atlanta. Ga. Virginia L. Trump. Manhasset, N. Y. Graduate Division . B. A. Ga. Joseph Girard Louderback, Upper Darby, Penua. William L. Mickey, High Point, N. C. Thomas J. Patrick, Jr., Chattanooga, Tenn. Eugene L. Pearce, Ill, Atlanta. Ga. John Thomas Riddle, Jr., Chattanooga, Tenn. Joel D. Silverman, Kensington. Md. William Henry Thomas, HI. Opelika, Ala. Lewis B. Watford. Cleveland. Miss. PENELOPE S. BAUM. Highlands, N. C. Kappa Alpha Theta Treasurer. not pictured KEVIN V. CANIPELLI, Jacksonville. Fla. Interfraternity Football, Wrestling. Swimming, Varsity Wrestling, New- man Club, Phi Delta Theta Public Relations Director. ROBERT S. COHN. Columbus, Ga. lVIember Alpha Epsilon Pi, Freshman Government-Longstreet Hall. EDWARD GUY COLE. III. Newman, Ga. CHARLES H. EGERTON. St. Petersburg. Fla. DVS, ODK, Eta Sigma Psi, President-ODK. Chairman of Business School Honor Council, Commander of Sigma Nu Fraternity. Treasurer- Student Senate, IFC. Circle K. Vice-President of Freshman Class. President of International Relations Club. Chairman of Senate 50th Anniversary Fund Raising Drive. HERBERT GOROD. Dalton, Ga. Beta Gamma Sigma. Collegiate Civitan, President-APO, AEU Honor Society. Treasurer-Emory Young Democrats. JOHN EDWARD PETERSON, Mount Vernon. Ga. Sigma Nu Fraternity. RICHARD T. ROGERS, East Point, Ga. Sigma Nu Fraternity-Rush Chairman, Pi Delta Epsilon, Emory Wheel-Copy Editor, Senior Representative-Business School Student Council. ROBERT W. ROMEO. Dublin. Ga. Newman Club, ERA Treasurer, Pi Kappa Alpha Treasurer. JOHN CROCKER WALKER, Marshallville, Ga. Dorm Council, Secretary and Treasurer of Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Stu- dent Senate, IFC, Trafiic Court. President of Business School, Business School Student Council, Business School Honor Council-Vice-Chairman. ELA ELIZABETH WILSON. Piedmont. Calif. . Delta Delta Delta-President. College Council, Secretaryiof Business School, Sweetheart of Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Beta Gamma Sigma, WHO. ANNE E. WRIGHT, St. Louis, Mo. Chi Omega Sorority-Treasurer. Seniors f Business MICHAEL J. GRAETZ. Atlanta. Ga. Stipe Scholar. Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity. JOHN R. HAMMOND, Atlanta, Ga. - Wheel Staff-Feature Writer, Dobbs Hall Government-Social Chair- man. Stat? Counselor, Collegiate Civitan, Resident Hall Conduct Board. Archon. Atlanta Federal Scholarship 1965-66. MARGARET PENELOPE HUFF. Rome, Ga. WILLIAM RONALD JACKSON. Cleveland, Tenn. Historian-Kappa Alpha Order. Vice-President of Business School. JOHN STEVE LEWIS, Baxley, Ga. lgusiness School Senate Representative, Secretary-Business School Honor ounci . LARRY DELL MAULDIN, Sylvester, Ga. 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Membership is limited to those who demonstrate superiority in those traits which a college education in business should develop. To be elig- ible a student must rank in the upper ten percent of his graduating class. r frirfr3rr'f r TT f ' . az : ,.:, .4 1 ,pw V 1, -' ' , ' '1 ' ,ii !,E"f,,i 7 Ll N -W : 5 ig 25? V N .AL ,I 4. W Y 'Y is ' ' ' M pf i' Q1 il -5- .V page Q S ,ii f -:-: 1 -5 ,. 1 " " Syl , g 'f--Em at - ' Herbert Gorod Joseph Louderback Larry Mauldin Richard Rogers Thomas Patrick Betty Wilson I ell: SS' - Left to Right: Mr. Neace, Chuck Cornell, Dr. Jensen, Lynn Spruill, test new methods of accounting. THE MARKETING GAME The Business School organizes extra-curricular ac- , tivities that demonstrate the force of economic prin- ciples in action. This year students Went on field trips to a number of large corporations including the At- lantic Steel Co. and Kraft Foods Inc. These pictures were taken at a spring seminar, The Marketing Game. Left to Right: Francie Quillian, Sandra Coley, Becky Dial take part in seminar activities. Dental School gm, I-I. glam"- , H w H w, H I ,. ,14 HH H ie X X XX X ' ' 'lv 1 'Bi' 'HT ' ' if .1 M W 4 N1 W W H H , ,Q , 1 lu? 'vit' x lf' , W5 yy. , 1 - ' . - I mf: X A M Ugg 5 wgjgiius ,W ,XF X N " X "' mf?-" 5 wgeg .aww-1 .XM ' V35 in-313: I w' t , M 2f'?FV" Wi? ' 5 ww um W wma vu ..,..- L J lwwyb- 1 School of Dentistry Since 1883, the Emory University School of Dentistry has expanded its enrollment from six in the first graduating class to over 300 who are presently enrolled. The School has evolved from its initial role as the Department of Dentistry of the Southern Medical School, to the Atlanta Dental College, and finally to its present status as the School of Dentistry of Emory University. In 1960, Doctor George H. Moulton assumed the position of Dean of the Dental School. During that same year the graduate program of the School was ap- proved. The degree of Master of Science in Den- tistry is awarded to those participants completing the program. DEAN GEORGE I-I. MOULTON Student Council 1 v of- 1 Q fi 1:15. J ', If , , -ff l A. , Q Q . ---.- l fa 2 l . fly. is ' 'H . ...QQ H N 1 ' W gf . 1' 'lf . . . 4. . . A , . nz- I 1 . ' ' Al , fy, 3' ,W 1. , . . I A . not l PM Y .1 .. 1 ' " .-'- n f . .M 3 . Y Q V l L H 5 ' V 1 ff" ...ir . Y ii.. V i .vi It W, Y r P I ,T ' , A. B. Weinstein Ir. Rep. W. B. Thomas Sr' Rep' J. Mason Richard Valdes Soph' Rep' President and Sr. Rep. Ahikwim Lg: ,. ' ' , , . .. ,, 'w' l ' Q L ' my S. McIntyre , 1 'f fl Soph. Rep. ' . -." Aligi iig. lg In Z1 A. Frilingos ' ' If- ReP- P. E. Ledford Jr. Fresh. Rep. C. Lee Fresh. Rep H C .1 0 Y N I ' s"'f'0g V l on rw . g ' Q., . f 1 1 E . H . D K fi " I E. Peacock Rep. William Heidecker Chairman George Thomas Secretary S. Tourial Rep. i cs ,Q . , ' 1 ' 11' , I I, X , N,-c ,, o w a - "Silly, w If s eifsmfjmfelqewff' ! V' "' , linic Day jim Beall addresses a lecture clinic audience. Jim Abney fleftl, President of the Student American Dental Associa- tiong Vice-President Bill Heidecker, Clinic Day head. roi 1 ia! Richard Takeashita Crj and james Weir CD explain their clinic to Dr. McDonald. 296 l g 4 .4 - ,,gL, Y F 4 D? 41 uw ww, 'amy w ww Jaw QQSTHW ' Serving as judges for Clinic Day were Il-rj Drs. Parker Mahan, Donald Harvey, and Ben Lawson. ,, mg , www 1 ' em ' AE 5 ' ., , 'YI .v . ,r rf D. ----- '- use it P J ,Yi . r V - ., . ss-, ' E Er? -'.' ' V uw' , I . .Wu I I .1-,E m Lf f -... W filkkv-'V' T -q A,f1A-- -- 'Q 2 -,, "?'1:f.1 71:1 , . . v,-, vii" ie' I ,, ' X W" 515391213 ' "f+:.7:,Xf? W te -. D -' H e e ,-4: 1,,f: A A . , ,N N... H... ,uakdgi-ii"1U b A5 , ,N , H H -3' if?..,:,... H :se - H H new 5 V 5 ' - R- H me m' ru' A ,FQ-,. hgifnn 1113 I 5 CJ. an - "-.151 ,,,,. - 55 'ful 1' We v I 'VV Clinic D anquet Dr. William A. Garrett, President of the American Dental Association, gives the Clinic Day Banquet Address, "You and the ADA." The winners of each class of presentation during Clinic Day were flef! to rightj Paul Dunn and Frank Jenkins CLecturej, Fred Payne fTable Clinicj, and Stan Isaacson CPatieut Cliuicj. " f 55-' 4 4 ' 1-,f:-as . rx 1 , as n m H, 1 T , ij, 3 m ulmww Y, - i, W - t X , ,.,- L ,J , uwwqww , HU: - I ... , UN 1 mmmmusdlump M gin r ,W Mu I 1 ., W mm num nw in Bin, ,f .ry H ,. , a , 1,- , ,. Y 4 X H . , J Vs v ' vv w ' 1? ' -311' .. rr , C- ' ' ' ' ' 'V ....": V a .1 ,ay .,-- .5 I, 7: - p -g ' ,, , , , 1 ' fig? "im 5' 4' : I Y -JM l'1l- wg iv fn w - ..,. - fe ,N .lu ,Q nw , www f H ,K ,, , 1' , if " ,H-g gi ul Iegreef UQ, , g . ...T , 3: 1 1 ,v-21350 " 5' 1- V, 'xl :I -fx I EEL viii? :,,.. A 12- . em-L 25.6 XL- .AZ Q :A . , ,ff ,l 1 .i ...,. -.ul it 'wif-"" H. -.W 'H H. V M , 1 ,sv QQ l. B eeagefw, H., W H. l 1 'ff ' .' Y e X , I U I, . . . 1. F - - . - lwi , 'H-EN ' 141' ,. m"'mHV. , ' --lt? ww Aww' Nil .Munn 'NH Y'LQ.q1Qiiigtl"' 4 i L, -i ' V all it ,U-mx , wwe , 9' ,Af Hu. -H' M m"'wlllwi"i,l 5, , l it 1 lit Nine graduating students were recognized for their "academic accomplishment, conduct, earnestness, good character, and evidence of future professional leadership" by being tapped into Omicron Kappa Upsilon, the national honor society in dentistry The I'CC1plCl'ltSOf this honor were fleft to rightj Roy L. Ward, William C. James, Richard F. Hewitt, Stephen F Haney, Leland H Grxfiin Donald M Alexander, Donald W Hex decker, Edmund W. jones, and Robert J. Pasersky. James Abney Page Jacobson President of Student ADA nterlraternity Council 'fm 1 F 1 I I Boyd Williams Olin David Thompson Ed Hagan Stanley Isaacson President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Senior Class Officers xf? Richard E. Valdes William E. Preston George R. Lee, Jr. Robert A. 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' " ' . - . l ' ., .' , at 1 F lu v . Y : - i' 'vi "" N . la ir 1.55 - W s .Y A - JENNINGS W. BRISTOL. Hayesville. N.C.. Xi Psi Phi. JOHNNY L. CAPES, Covington. Ga.. Delta Sigma Delta. GEORGE M. CHRISTO- PHER. Hodges, S.C., Xi Psi Phi. LARRY E. COHEN. Atlanta. Ga.. Aloha Omega. MARRS M. COOPER. Thomasville. Ga., Xi Psi Phi: Student ADA. JAINIES I. DALE, Jackson, Miss.. Student ADA: American Society of Dentistry for Children. JOSEPH W. DASHER, Valdosta, Ga.. Delta Sigma Delta. RAYMOND L. DEI-ILER, Decatur. Ga.. Delta Sigma Delta: Junior Class President: Sophomore Class President. l E JAMES M. ABNEY, JR.. Nlelbourne. Fla., Psi Omega: Student Develop- ment Committee: Student American Dental Association fPresidentD. DON M. ALEXANDER. Hollywood, Fla., Psi Omega: Student American Den- tal Association fTreasurer and Program Chairmanl. WALTER E. ANDER- SON, Augusta, Ga., Xi Psi Phi. PAUL E. BERGER. Lakeworth. Fla.. Alpha Omega. ROBERT F. BERGER, Eutawville. S. C.. Alpha Omega. Inter-Frat. Council Rep. ALAN E. BLANCHARD. Florence. S. C., Xi Psi Phi: Stu- dent Council fVice-Pres. and Treasurerl. JOHN F. BLUMER. Tampa, Fla., Psi Omega. WILLIAM S. BOLTON. Waynesboro. Ga., Delta Sigma Delta, Student ADA. Class Treasurer 1964-65. V W s 1 ' l- . " 'ff I ' X ll , ' . ' , 1.1 .5 V r ' - I l A -1 ' -'gs . i ,Ns 1'e. .i 1 L L T.- J ga F41 , : 1. .L : Q. 5' f : r . . f-.Q - r , x 1 fi ' N j t fe A-F iv, 55,353 L . . v i I. 'Sa Ns-: L ' A s w f 'Qt I I JOHN M. FIELD. Albany, Ga.. Xi Pai Phi: -Student ADA. G. ELLIOTT FOGLE. Griflin, Ga., Xi Psi Phi. THEODOSIUS G. FRANTZIS. Tarpon Springs, Fla.. Psi Omega. THOMAS D. GARVIN. Atlanta. Ga.. Xi Psi Phi. L. HILL GRIFFIN JR., Macon. Ga.. Xi Psi Phi. CARL E. HAGAN, JR.. Sylvania, Ga., Xi Psi Phi: Student Council. JOHN M. HALL, Charleston. S.C. GEORGE L. HAMRICK, Decatur, Ga., Xi Psi Phi. STEPHEN F. HANCY. St. Petersburg, Fla.. Psi Omega. STANLEY M. HARRIS, Atlanta, Ga.. Alpha Omega. ROBERT S. HART, Tampa. Fla., Psi Omega. DONALD W. HEIDECKER, Atlanta, Ga.. Xi Psi Phi: Hon- or Council President: Student ADA Vice-President. ROBERT D. HILLER, Atlanta. Ga.. Psi Omega. RICHARD F. HE- WITT. Columbia. S.C., Xi Psi Phi: Student ADA. STANLEY Z. ISA- ACSON. Atlanta, Ga., Alpha Omega. WILLIAM C. JAMES, JR.. Sumter. S.C.. Psi Omega: Student ADA. 'f.:t,.-4 +- 1 If 1 i IW., N' ' Q, f' R- ,- ea . H E Wil H Ni , ie ,N . ,-, --iilfx A ,, iii X I fa' I ii 'Thang ii . fm ali 1 Ji lu ii ,i i 55 "" at " ai a c 5 .sr 1 E I r i ,M Q - ... JOHN D. MIXON. Hampton, S.C. JOHN T. OSWALD. W. Palm Beach. Fla.. Psi Omega. SAMUEL E. PARKER, JR. Florence S.C., Student ADA: American Society of Dentistry for Children. ROBERT J. PASERSKY. Mahandy City. Pa., Psi Omega. WILLIAM E. PRESTON, Fort Walton Bench, Fla., Xi Psi Phi, Vice- President of Senior Class. WILLIAM DREW ROBERTS. Atlanta, Ga.. Delta Sigma Delta. ARNOLD M. SHEIR, Miami, Fla.. Alpha Omega. Student ADA. IVIARC W. SHERIDAN, Lake Worth. Fla.. Aloha Om1.a. ,, Q I .ue Q i ? .1 1 ? in ii ,H H 1- iw 'lm W- ,, , ."I ' Y"f i .. . wk. . A W i ' . i 'Fi' nf i fi f ' 1 iii Y: , 1 , , ' - f i is j ' a , fgalf' iw A- H' was 'i 4- is 501 ' fijm, I f .f - I zj, .W H - M H W H. " . 7' :5.., 1. .1 -. Q5 '- -i fffiiiiiy I f I . . :li it , ii - if . Seniors Dental 1 3 in ,A nas in .. "Mi 5' 5 33 4 ' lr , 1 ,f - N ,. a ..- . EDNIUND W. JONES, Canton, Ga.. Xi Psi Phi: Honor Council. ROBERT A. KIRKLAND, JR.. Atlanta, Ga. JAMES A. LAWRENCE, Chatta- hoochee, Fla., Xi Psi Phi. GASPER LAZZARA, JR. Tampa, Fla. Xi Psi Phi CVice-Pres.J. GEORGE R. LEE, JR., Dublin, Ga., Xi Psi Phi: Student ADA: Sec- retary of Sophomore Class. Junior Class, and Senior Class. SILAS D. Mc- CASLIN, Gainesville, Ga.. Xi Psi Phi: Student ADA: American Society of Dentistry for Children. GLENN E. MCCLANE. Decatur, Ga., Xi Psi Phi. T. WAYNE McCORMACK. Atlanta. Ga.. Psi Omega. . s aw wvfmvyfw ., an i H H f"ys ri we ' ' . ' vz T ,, 1 . i L , il Q 1 A V, ' H ' 4-1 . al ......, . ' ' - ' I H A H Q .. 'Sa i A wp. , ww- -. . 1512 it ' 'W- Q " li I wr Wa , , xx.. N gl I i , 1 f i Y f ..., .. . ' L ":::' P' H15 ... . m , Seniors Dental IQN? "fT" 155 B. C. SHUBERT. La Porte, Indiana. ARTHUR B. SILVER. Atlanta. Ga.. Alpha Omega. ALVAN C. SMITH, Atlanta. Ga. ROBERT M. SMITH. LaG6ange. Ga.. Delta Sigma Delta. PETER SPOTO, JR.. Tampa. Fla.. Psi mega. RICHARD T. TAKESHITA, Los Angeles. Calif.. Psi Omega. WILLIAM B. THOMAS. Adel, Ga.. Psi Omega CVice-Pres.J: Student Council. OLIN D. THOMPSON. Vidalia. Ga., Psi Omega CVice-Pres.. Rush Chairman. Presidentb: Inter-Frat. Council Student ADA. RICHARD E. VALDES. Tampa, Fla.. Xi Psi Phi. President of Freshman. Sophomore. Junior. and Senior Classes: Student Council Secretary and President. Student ADA. HUGH S. VALENTINE JR.. Mfacon. Ga.. Delta Sigma Delta. LELAND R. WARD. Atlanta. Ga.. Xi Psi Phi. DAVID R. WARFIELD. III. Decatur. Ga.. Graduate Student. JAMES R. WEIR Coral Gables, Fla. Psi Omega. GEORGE A. WOODRUFF. Orlando. Fla.. Psi Omega. I i A me . ' EVANDER M. ANDERSON .... W. HEATH ALLEN, JR. ........ . EDWARD A. AMLEY ............. GEORGE D. BATCHELDOR. JR. . . .. FREDERICK A. BOOTH. III ..... THOMAS J. BUSH. JR. FRED J. CAMERON . ......... SAMUEL S. CARANANTE .... ....... WILLIAM P. DUNN. JR. . .. JOHN M. DORIS ......... DENNIS R. FERNANDEZ ANTHONY B. FRILINGOS RICHARD GooDRoE .,..... ROBERT GROLLMAN .... FRED M. GUNTER ..... . . . Decatur. . . . . Atlanta . . . Atlanta: . . . . Atlanta . . . Atlanta, . . . . . Atlanta. St. Petersburg. Atlanta. . . . . . Atlanta. . . . East Point . . . . Atlanta. . . .Atlanta, . . . . Atlanta . . . . Atlanta: . . . . Atlanta v v Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga Fla uniors Dental ANDREW H. ABBOTT ............................. Atlanta. Ga. WILLIAM F. HAMBY .. . Atlanta. Ga. ALLEN HARTMAN ...... . . . Atlanta. Ga. JAMES D. HAY ........... .... A tlanta. Ga. JOHN T. HANCOCK. JR. . . .... Atlanta. Ga. A. PAGE JACOBSON ..... . Atlanta, Ga. G. FRANK JENKINS ...... Decatur. Ga. ED. L. JORDAN ............. .... A tlanta. Ga. MICHAEL R. KENNEDY .... .... A tlanta, Ga. L. PERRY LANGFORD ...... . . . Lakeland. Fla. ARTHUR MacMENOMAY . .. .... Atlanta. Ga. EMMETT H. MILLER . . . . . . Atlanta. Ga. H. RICHARD MINTZ . . . , . . . Atlanta, Ga. ABNER G. MOORE .... . Atlanta. Ga. JAMES E. MORANG . . . Atlanta. Ga. J. ALFRED NORTON . . . . Atlanta, Ga. THOMAS F. PAYNE W. L. PETERSON .... JAMES T. RAHN ....... JOSEPH H. ROSALER JOHN C. ROTHWELL . .. LEONARD J. ROUTENBERG . . . J. ALFRED ROWTON ..... .. . AL M. RIDLEHOOVER ...... VADER SHELTON. JR. ...... . WALTER E. STEWART, JR. JON D. STRAIN . ........ .. W. DOYLE STRICKLAND .... ROGER K. STROSNIDER .. E. TRUITT SUTTON ..... GEORGE W. THOMAS . . . Decatur. Ga. . . . . Atlanta. Ga. . . . . Atlanta, Ga. . . . . Atlanta. Ga. . . . Atlanta, Ga. .. . Atlanta. Ga. . . . . Atlanta. Ga. Decatur, Ga. Atlanta, Ga. . . . . Decatur. Ga. Decatur, Ga. Decatur. Ga. Atlanta, Ga. . . . . Atlanta. Ga. Decatur, Ga. ,- III .III it I . -1 ,,- ,l??Q',gg?ir3jj f ' - I' ffl J I al V. I' IIAIILI - ' .. I , 1--9 ,V . .rg "I 7- ' I f -n I I.--. .. rx Wg!! .' r '.., 1, , F 4 . 1. I af- A Xl 'klgf VI if IE ' Y H Y ' 'i .4 l- " .V -2 ' Z - - 5-mg - I I il! . In . Jigl ' ' fi fi' II' Tiff? ,I ' ' "- " 7 Ig - ,.-.mx - u I I .351 f III! . r -Ifff I u I 5 - ' - -f 'legiz I X IIE?-5 '- .- A I nf ws .H , ,N J I Q, H., A ...omg ,, ' -.sf ., sk V in-, I -, ' -I ' , - I IQ. W 2 I H 5' Q If.. I- . ,','. X Q --I lf 'I I MH ' '- ' . if 'E+ " ' A If-E ,. .I """W , 6 ' ' ' ' ' r ...SZ ' 1' Ml I II ' fe: si I l" ig' Wg ,' , f II 'W ' -. ' if ffm' . ml I .xx 'Iy?7r'Q.,-Q ' ' N 'II . X I kfm HENRY G. BREITMOSER. JR. . . . C. PASCHAL BROOKS ......... BYRON H. BROWN .......... ROBERT M. BUNTIN .... GORDON B. BURNETT . .. CHARLES B. CLARK ..... .. JAMES E. CLARK ............. ELVERSON D. COATES. JR. JAMES L. COBB. JR. ....... . WILLIAM N. COBB ....... SOLOMON COHEN ........... ROBERT M. CONNER ........... WILLIAM E. CULBRETH. JR. TONY M. DELOACH ......... DALE L. DEIBLER .......... . . . . Jacksonville, Fla . - . . . . Colquitt, Ga . .. Laurens, S. C. Albany. Ga Colleee Park, Ga . . . LaGrange. Ga . Clearwater. Fla Columbia, La. . Clemson. S. C. Atlanta, Ga. .. . .. Atlanta. Ga New S .. Bradenton, Fla . . . . Mobile, Ala Unadllla, Ga myrna Beach, Fla uniors Dental "I 'Q' e.. -: , - T , , I' ' J- I I'E 'I'fB 1 !"', Sl 5gl!!.IJ.-5'-A 15211 I-fs..-- ' 1 r A -1- I I -xTI..ff'. IP. f. if P A . . 1 -i' 'P I ' VET' ' ' ' II I- " ,I 4 ' N - , 'll N ,err 'e-'17 ' ' I I ,. .X ". 5' U .I .I 1 I qs" ' .QF ' 'I I QQ, III III 'Q' 3 Q' -- I A ,nj ,. ' N III ig ,W " . ,'.I'IIIU-N IW' fl Wt III III. Q " - III' II' ' HIM' ' 5. f.IIff' . III I M II , I , ' ' f . - Q . N I-I 11. X . if-. 'F .A . I , E:ll'Q2:fII 3 I." .. 5? 'II I' 'II -II" 'fl "f' I I - . T4 .rl I ',g,,,, I , L .Q if-gn' ' NME ' 5 L, 1 1 ' l"rL I .' '.' , ,. Y fi? If 'I' I ' . .24 -A .. II. . P -,I -1 - -3 25 ',: --1 N- "II I " Ar ? 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X V '. ...'ig-" " i -.1 "X .'l '. I ' ' ' ' f I . " 'I ' I I - ,I . .' ' I ' M - .4 I I I ' 2' A I fm . MI.. In. f I- I-2i.I x 1-I -. I I' 451 ,,.II IQ ff? 'M ira ' I .6 91. gang .. ,, In wg ,I lb. ., ,. G .. . . V. ,H I.. .,,U,, ...Q ' ' 5--V - I nf, J if , 1-jw I YF 51,9 ' - - I I , ' if I. AI L ' IE ' -.. .- " PTJIZ' lj' ' , A' up ' IQ-f I ' .' 'I. .5 3 I! L. " O I Iflyf -Q ,L -"I-I-iv' 2.141 'LI 5:11. I .I I .IWW W S- I I I .I . Q r. gi. . rl I V V T, ,. ,,- I Y., ,V .nu I Fl gg wwe V Mg I i IIT 54-1.4 .Lg iff?-IIrII III - Ie-I ' L Ie- I In 1 5, ll 6 , . , - . -I I. .A - I .. Ir. 5' Q' - N I me . - ' -pp, .MQ W- M yi .Q -: Q 35,1-. fe w- 1 II III I , I' ' "" ' f -523, 35,15 3. .I - an I I , r W 5 I . A -' QQ 'iii A 'rim !h:4.5.'11. ,..,, .. .wry ,E Sophomores Dental BRUCE E. JENNINGS JOEL E. KAUFMANN HOWARD B. KAY ....... JOHN W. KEMBLE, JR. . . . CHESTON KIMSEY. JR. THOMAS J. LAMAR ..,. LARRY E. LANDERS .... HAROLD J. LOWRY ..... JOSEPH J. MAGGIORE JAMES H. MASON ...... JERROLD L. MCCLUNG LAWRENCE E. McCURDY' '.'.'. GARLAN s. MCINTYRE. JR. RICHARD D. McKIBBEN . . . WILLIAM M. McLAUGHLIN' i ...... . J A s fs - . .iw A if -Q . Columbus, Ga. . . . . . . . . Atlanta, Ga. . . . . St. Petersburg. Fla. . . Augusta, Ga. Clarkesville, Ga. Columbus, Ga. . . . Atlanta. Ga. Cartersville, Ga. Hollywood, Fla. . .. Atlanta, Ga. .Swainsboro, Ga. Manchester, Ga. Fitzgerald, Ga. . . . . . . Pinellas Park. Fla. . .. .... West Palm Beach, Fla. - 1 gf.-'ie',1f1'?i3??e:-gd if 4' 'y -' ,. .. . . e . 2, . . . bl Q, ' " . gl F -.152 A .., 'F 5 4 5 ' 1 V . Y -v fn? I e 1 - l f u""" 3 W .. . 0 I if L 'TTL :Ln ' ' ' .., 1 iff. T gg" 'T l . J 'i ESL' . ' yoj 'i 7' 2 J' ' .il - 'C -I. .1-:t .E . EVE :J L.-. YV .. li.. .1 .llflug x x ,ffl In rg. ,IA r,.,i. - .. . NJ J X ....,.IE, HM, .ff E 7, f - V 5' I ' '.-.l eff' uf " lf- QL, 2' 1. Ye -15-5 - .Z 5 , si ' - .fm E- . x.. 'W - 1- L4 lm , , 25 bali , '-,g'1. . lf. . Q Rl. .17 l- ig V . .4 bl ll I - J . 7 -V - ' f V iw - ' 1 f . - of 1. nj - Es..-. -1 -I ,VZ ' F i W'-H rf l ' ' .4 r N i Q. , . 1 " Ei w f . J l , , "' ' 17- 9 I..-, ll lei" ' J:.l.'3'f EWG! ' v J - , . -, -J .4 11. .- ...JJ . 1 is l '-I . I ' - lt 1-' Elf wo .L A . -J A H , - . in .23 .e ., . Q -fs. +1 - 'J I 1 .. . ' wail. -A W A 3-. f .'- ,. . ' 5.1 .L . L. . C , ll f L r Q31 IIKNLL' l 1' ' G ' . ..L.1- 'L QI' NORMAN K. DOZIERE . . . .. .. Hamler. N. C JEROME B. DUNCAN .... . ...... Smyrna, Ga MARTINO S. FAGGIONI ....... ....... P ensacola. Fla JOHN H. FERGUSON .......... .. .Mil1edgeville. Ga. RAY LAWRENCE GLEESPEN . . . ..... Blairsville. Ga NORMAN GORBACK ........ ....... N . Miami, Fla. JAMES A. GRANADE, JR. .... ....... W ashingtou, Ga WILLIAM J. HALE ........ Pompano Beach, Fla. PINCKNEY L. HARPER .... ...... T zlmna, Fla ALLAN F. HIXON ....... ..... B ainbridge, Ga. ARTHUR L. HOLBROOK . . . .... St. Cloud. Fla. HUGH M. HOOD ......... .... C olumbus, Ga. DAVID C. HUGHES .... .... T homson. Ga. RICHARD E. HUFF . . . . . . . Tampa, Fla. NORMAN T. IVEY .... , , , Macon, Ga, . ffl. , ffil.-541153 f X . If A! - .ll -" il W, 5 l l L, l . .T , ...I w ' ' . , l g 4 ' ' - - tl , 5 RONALD T. PEACOCK JORGE A. RAMIREZ .... CHARLES N. SMAHA .... ROSS H. THOMAS, III ...... w. ASHTON THOMPSON .... " THOMAS S. VEAL ..... R. GEOFFREY WEIHE JOHN D. WEST ......... LARRY E. WILSON J. ERNEST YOUNG . . . WILLIAM W. ADAMS. JR. . . . WILLIAM E. ALLEN .... .. FRANK J. ALLISON ....... JAMES J. AWBREY ........ . . ARTHUR W. BALDWIN, JR. .. i " Winter Park. . . . . . Atlanta, Donalsouville. Lyons, lVIil.ledgeville, St. Petersburg, . ...... Santee, Macon. I 1 -. Fla. Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. Fla. Ga. Washington. D. C. .. Greenwood. S. C . . . Atlanta. . . . Athens, . . . Atlanta. . . . . Dalton, . . . Dawson, Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. WILLIAM T. BASS ROBERT K. BOE ....... DONALD H. BOHNE .... DOUGLAS R. BROWN . . . DAVID R. BRUNER . . . WILLIAM G. BUCK ...... ROBERT C. CALHOUN HUGH R. cAsToN. JR. JOSEPH H. COLEMAN RAY L. COOLEY ....... PAUL D. CONNOR. III. . . . ANNE E. COWN .. .. WALLACE s. DePUY GEORGE H. EDMONSON RUSSELL G. EYMAN ..... . . . Daytona Beach. Pahokee, . . . . .. Atlanta . . . . Jacksonville, . .. . . . Newnau. n Fla Fla. Ga. Fla. Ga. . . . . . Pensacola. Fla. . . . . . . Beaumont, Tex. . . . Spartanburg, S. C. . . . . . . Decatur, Ga. . . . . Lucedale, Miss. . . . . . . Decatur, Ga. . . . . Loganville, Ga. . . . . . Cocoa, Fla. . . . . Magee, Miss. . . . Miami. gg-.-: fpaaemff' H M4 .A . 1 ,Q 1' '....'-x .fit Lf 'f'f. w -:gui I 1.1:--' , BARBARA F. KAST .. . JOE B. KENNON .... PAUL W. KING ........ THOMAS S. LACY ........ PARVIN E. LEDFORD. JR. . . CAUSEY C. LEE, JR. . . . RALPH R. LEHR, II ..... STEPHEN I. LEVINE .... SOLOMON LEVY ...... FRANK M. LODATO .... MURPHY W. MASSEY. JR. . . . WILLIAM R. MATHEWS . .. JAMES B. MONCRIEF, JR. .. GUY W. MOORMAN ...... FRED E. MURPHY ...... Fla. . . . . Jacksonville, . . . . . Live Oak. . . . Ft. Lauderdale. Atlanta, . . . . . . Atlanta, . . . . West Palm Beach, . . . . Ft. Lauderdale, Miami, . . . . . . Atlanta. . . . Tampa. . . . . McDonough, . . . Bradenton. .. . . .. Athens, .... . .. Douglas. . . . Thomasville. Fla. Fla. Fla. Ga. Ga. Fla. Fla. Fla. Ga. Fla. Ga. Fla. Ga. Ga. Ga. Freshmen Dental WILLIAM C. FARRELL . CHARLES E. FINKEL ...... DANE GEORGE FORST .... STEVE R. FRED .. ...... RONALD R. GADBOIS .. . . . . . Atlanta, N. Miami Beach. . Ft. Lauderdale. .. . . . . . Atlanta. . . . . . . Atlanta, Ga. Fla. Fla. Ga. Ga. MICHAEL E. HARRIS .. LEONARD E. HARTLINE. ' ' ' ' ' WILLIAM O. HUNNICUT TI iii WALLACE E. HUNT .......... CHRIS D. HUNTER .......... JAMES E. JACKSON ..... EVERETTE K. JOHNSON . . . JIMMY R. JOHNSON COURTNEY B. JONES DAVID M. KALI SH .... . . . Gilbertsville. . . . Jacksonville, . . . LaGrange, . . . . Atlanta, . . . Decatur. Ky. Fla. Ga. Ga. Ga. .. . Ft. Pierce. Fla. . . . Spartanburg, S. C. . . . . Palmetto, . . . Doraville. Ga. Ga. . . . . Macon, Ga. Freshmen Dental . .. 1 133 15 1 . l LEONARD H. ROTHENBERG .... GEORGE W. ROUADI ......... DAVID K. SMITH ........... PAUL E. SMITH ...... CYRUS J. STOW .... WILLIAM C. STRUPP. JR. , . . SIDNEY R. TOURIAL ......... DREW H. TURNER, JR. ........ . JAMES G. VANDENBERGHE .... GEORGE W. WILLS ........... WILLIAM H. WILSON , . . N. Miami Beach, . St. Petersburg, . . . Winter Park, . . . . Rockma-rt, . . . . . Cocoa, . . . Greenville, Atlanta . . . Jacksonville. Tampa, . . . . Abbeville. Fla. Fla. Fla. Ga. Fla. Fla. a. Fla. Ala. . . Columbus. Ga. HENRY A. NEAL ........ ROBERT L. o'KELLEY. mf I ff ..f CLAUDE K. OWENS ..... EDGAR H. PEACOCK. JR. JAMES C. PITTS ........ PETER A. PHRYDAS .... WILLIAM E. PIERCE .... THOMAS J. PIRKLE . . . . HENRY A. RAINES .... DANIEL F. RENTZ .... . . . . Dublin. Ga . . Gantville, Ga Jacksonville. Fla Aiken, S. C . . . Smyrna. Ga Lake Worth, . . . . Tucker Miami Atlanta Decatur. DAVID L. REUDELHUBER Pompano Beach. CLIFF S. REVELL .,........ ...., M onticello, VICTOR L. RICCARDI .... ........ A tlanta. MICHAEL B. ROGERS .... ......... A ugusta. THOMAS E. ROHAN .... .... F t. Lauderdale. lr Ga Ga Fla Ga Ga Fla Fla Ga Ga Fla. HW Y DEAN BEN F. JOHNSON 'Win -" "Swv ' w A ' QF PROF. GERALD L. KOCK A is W M . PROF. WILLIAM D. FERGUSON I M55 wmiiiax "uw H, v Deans and 'I if MR. JACOB SHACTER K I ruurf. G. STANLEY JOSLIN PROF. ROBERT s. STUBBS, II ' h.s4lun- :nm-5 'ff PROF. S. FRANK BURFORD PROF. WILLIAM H. AGNOR I Q , f Professors . 'i"x PROF. GEORGE S. KING PROF. MICHAEL D. DeVITO L Lk- -l- L fl! -I -I I 5 1 i 3 4, :gf R "X K H132 'EW-,T ,, .Mya W , N X ,ff l"f.".s A d ' PROF. DAVID C. JOHNSON PROF. DON S. SMITH PROF. U. V. JONES 1 ' ---- -'---'.-P T? """ Y W M ww W- U M in --f - 1... PROF. ALBERT M. WITTE PROF. BRUCE R. JACOB PROF. HAROLD L. MARQUIS Case Club Membership in the Case Club is re- stricted to sixteen students Who have met the requirements of completing the course in Legal Research, Writing, and Advo- cacy, and other similar qualifications. Each year the students team up in pairs and participate in an elimination competition through the presentation of appellate ar- guments before a moot court. On Law Day the two surviving teams face each other in a final argument. After being judged on presentation, argumentation, reasoning, and evidence of research, re- spondents Charles Evans and W. Bonneau Ansley were announced as winners this year. Left to right: Michael LaBella, Presidentg Richard Hostetter, Clerk, Thomas Carlock, Vice-President, and Cnot pictured, Bennett Knight, Vice-President. Student ar Association The governing body of the Law School is the Student Bar Association, consisting of a Day Division and an Evening Divi- sion, with a single president over the entire organization. As a member of the American Law Students Association, an affiliate of the American Bar Associa- tion, the Student Bar Asso- ciation functioned as host of the ALSA this year. Other activi- ties include the sponsoring of an annual Prominent Speaker Pro- gram, Which this year offered the students the opportunity of hearing U.S. Senator Richard B. Russell, State Senator LeRoy Johnson, and Speaker of the Georgia House of Representa- tives, Mr. George T. Smith. Left to right: Tony Hight, Vice-President fDay Divisionjg Bob Bell, President, Frank Strick- land, Vice-President fNight Divisionjg john Vierthaler, Treasurer fNight Divisionj 5 and Knot picturedj Tom Bryant, Secretary CDay Divisionjg Clay Moore, Treasurer CDay Divisionjg and john W. Williams, Secretary fNight Divisionj. Journal of ublic aw Editions of the Journal of Public Law are published twice a year by advanced law students under the general di- rection of a faculty commit- tee. This publication is inter- national in scope, reviewing law, government, and politics through the contributions of philosophers, historians, econ- omists, political and social scientists, lawyers, and legal scholars. Case notes are Writ- ten and edited by the stu- dents themselves as part of the Work on the staff of the Journal. Left to right: J. D. Fleming, Executive Editor, David Poythress, Associate Editor, Rich- ard Marchetti, Associate Editor, Kelly Kidd, Associate Editor, Ken Gilchrist, Editor- in-Chiefg and Lucy Forrester, Associate Editorg Knot picturedj James Avery, Associate Editor. Leftto to right: Bob Bell, Chief Justice, Ralph McCallum, Evening Division, Pat McMahon, Day Divisiong John Vierthaler, Evening Division, Frank Strickland, Evening Divisiong Knot picturedl Gene Driver, Day Divisiong Kelly Kidd, Day Division. l Honor Court In an effort to uphold the principles of the Emory Honor Code and the Code of Ethics of the legal pro- fession, the Law School W has established an Honor Court. This body deals with violations of these principles of integrity found Within the Law School. The members of the Honor Court consist of the presi- dent of the Student Bar Association, three members from the Day Division of the Law School, and three members from the Evening . Division. it 1 Guests and alumni register at the Law School. - ,C Justice Tom Candler awards gavels and plaques to Charles Evans and Bon Ansley, Winners in the Moot Court competition. 'ZLW Although Law Day has been cel- ebrated at Emory since 1949, it has been a national event only since 1958, When President Eisenhower declared May 1 a day for celebra- tion of the democratic Way of life under law in the United States. This year Law Day, the highlight of the year for law students, was A participant in the annual Moot Court Competition presents his argu- ment to the judges. held during the Weekend of May 6 instead of the usual one-day observ- ance. The most important events took place on May 7, which featured the annual Case Club Moot Court final competition and an address by Justice Abe Fortas, the most recently appointed member of the United States Supreme Court. Ben Shapiro, Chairman of Law Day, speaks prior to justice Fortas' address "There is a tendency througout the nation and throughout the World, I am afraid, for men to look to the acts of the few extremists and to judge the South by their acts. This is an injustice, a great injustice." . . . . uv- . . ..., 1 ,- Justice Abe Fortas delivers the principal address of Law Day. ' . '.fQ,,-f R4 1' Q5,T'gfi,. Q -' iv '- . nr ' ann - c'f'f ,gS:a:, "ft,jv, Yrs?g' - , Ir -la., , 'gr ,"'il,'?'N-5552935 HP d Q "" v -V515 fe- -- , C rotest must not egen- -ff gy Wax .: . Las, - - - - 1 a as .+ V ag., si., erate into rlotsg progress IS r- 41 e'-e ' I+ 5, e 1'? ,r 550 . . . 1 1. ' i 'wi g' M55 V. Q. .I Liz 'vt --' jf . not an 1nv1tat1on to chaos, A if .xg -zp, ,f 'wig' - - I t LY? 1 ,. nf tt-i 7: J --t -. if - 111: and freedom IS not a license v. .. be i" gtxQ1fA,.,. A . as ., to crlme. C1Vll rlghts are not ,n35,, '-1a .w -ew . f f - - - . ' .. fa Q g if - to be gained by invadmg the -- pier -T -'Jy'.,.-.' - " 'W r , I 4 ' L--'----,- -,M r 12 rlghts of others." V Yeah Jgxisg 1 .- -5.zg?Yg.,Egif3., ,.vv f ' -'Q a.:', : :,6 gf' ,..- f-" , -- lf , jx--V- t' W ww-ii ' ' Sh- na 5L'ZSl'2'iL-, 'fs ' " iN'. 1 : asm . E. .1 rc : -ily:-H The crowd listens attentively. "Be active! . . . If you do that and only if you do that, will Law Day continue to mean what it was intended to mean." Governor' Carl E. Sanders speaks to students and faculty on the lawyer's responsibility to actively serve his com- munity to end the Law Day activities. hi Alpha Delta Owen Adams Sturgis Bates Bob Bell Edgar Bowers William Brennan Fred Filsoof J. Owen Forrester Tommy Gresham Charles Hipps Kenneth Horwitz David Kell Lloyd Lake Charles Lumpkin J. Dudley McClain Christopher McClure Howard McGlasson .lwsfw 1 PBR' "H H X., V w ' 1 ,. 1 l l lil? A., li , R, ' N ll P l X ,1 . 1 Alxmixg. '- l "Mlm ml','Q'?l . . xx W, 5- T l 1 fl - I x Q :Qs ' B Q Main' Vp l A .U 1 ml ':f Ez' . ,. 5:5532-. w w"'uv",:C' 3,53 iisiwfl -ww 1 l w w l Oscar Nichols George O'Kelley Harold Thompson Karl Weickhardt Tony Hight talks with Mr. Frank Burford, faculty advisor of the fraternity. Charles Lester-Magister Tredway Shurling-Exchequer amar Inn hi Delta hi 5 gif' ,Q . '-gy--gl fy' V l-'llgfl 1 e - nzjgli ir. 4 I I F , 'fx 1. fm r 1 if A Q gg-'19 ii 1:9 1 ' iii if -:Tl , Y ,M ,,, J,M1, . ix ,, if - 415:33 ,Y ' 1 f'.e-- .fi i ll. - ' " WLM " -ia, H135 DDQ : f ,J V 51? .- i lv-9? J - 'K L if I il X , 5 . l , Q--1 1 Jim Campbell Tom Carlock David Drake Robert Evans Buck Fowler Kenneth Gilchrist John Girardeau Sandy Goldberg Max Hardy Marvin Hardy Gordon R. Hostetter Martin Huddleston Frank Jones Dick Keller Kelly Kidd Michael LaBella Mike Lane Frank Loomis Paul McLarty Paul Meiere Charles Merrill Harrison Merrill Clay Moore Michael Murphy Bert Oastler OHicers for 1966 Klcft to rightj: Hulett Askew, Magisterg Charles Weatherly, Clerkg Hugh Huddle- ston, Historiang Knot picturedj Clay Moore, Exchequer. Officers for 1965 Klefl to rightj: Charles Lester, Magisterg Tred- way Shurling, Exchequerg Hulett Askew, Historiang Knot picturedj Malcolm Ringel, Clerk., - Tom Raiford Malcolm Ringel Henry Rogers John Saunders Ben Shapiro Dunn Stapleton Marion Stokes Edgar Wilkin Seniors Law School STANLEY G. COOK, Rocky Mountain, N.C.. Student Bar Association. CHARLES M. DEBELE, JR., Savannah. Ga., Student Bar Association. A. JAMES ELLIOTT, Atlanta, Ga.. Journal of Public Law fAssociate Editorl. Law Day Co-chairman. Student Bar Association CVice-Pres.l. Bryan Society, Honor Council, House of Delegates of American Law Stu- dent Association. JAMES R. EPPS. Lake City. S.C. FRED F. FILSOOF, Atlanta, Ga., Phi Alpha Delta. J. OWEN FOR- RESTER, Atlanta, Ga.. Student Bar Association CSecretaryD, Phi Alpha Delta fPresidentJ, Law Day Co-chairman. LUCY S. FORRESTER. Bowl- ing Green, Ky., Journal of Public Law fAssociate Editorl, Bryan Society. Student Bar Association. KENNETH W. GILCHRIST, Decatur, Ga., Outstanding Freshman Award, 1964, Student Bar Association CI-Iistorianl. Phi Delta Phi fHistorian7, Journal of Public Law fExecutive EditorJ, Georgia Bar Journal, Law Day Chairman. 1965. OWEN E. ADAMS. Atlanta. Ga.. Phi Aloha Delta. WILLIAM F. BARTEE. JR., Atlanta. Ga. JOHN H. BEDFORD, III, Atlanta. Ga. EDGAR R. BOWERS. Harriman, Tenn., Phi Alpha Delta. RAY H. BRIDGERS. Decatur, Ga. JAMES M. CAMPBELL, Anniston. Ala., Phi Delta Phi. Student Bar Association. Law Day Ticket Chairman. THOMAS S. CARLOCK, Atlanta, Ga., Student Bar Association fPresi- dent, Vice-Pres., Social Chairmani, American Law Student Association Delegate, Chief Justice of Honor Court, Vice-Pres. of Case Club, Phi Delta Phi CPresident. SecretaryJ. ROBERT J. CASTELLANI, Syracuse, N.Y.. Student Bar Association, Recipient of Am. Jur. Awards fFederal Income Tax and Jurisprudencel, Honor Roll, Dean's List. JOHN C. GULLICKSON, St. Petersburg, Fla., Student Bar Association CCandidateJ, Journal of Public Law. W. INIARVIN HARDY, Elberton, Ga., Student Bar Association, Phi Delta Phi. TONY H. HIGHT, Colum- bus, Ga.. Student Bar Association CVice-Pres.J, Phi Alpha Delta fPrcsi- dentl. GORDON R. HOSTETTER, Winder, Ga.. Co-winner Law Day lVIoot Court Competition, Regional Moot Court Team, Student Bar Asso- ciation. Phi Delta Phi, Case Club CClerkJ. KENNETH A. JACOPPI. Alanta. Ga.. Student Bar Association fPresi- dent of Evening Division3. JOHN C. JOYNER, Atlanta. Ga. L. MI- CHAEL LaBELLA, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., Case Club CPresidentJ, Journal of Public Law flixecutive Editori, Phi Delta Phi fRush Committeel ROBERT C. LENIBERT, JR., Birmingham, Ala. J. DUDLEY MCCLAIN. Decatur, Ga. HOWARD A. INICGLASSON, JR.. Atlanta, Ga., Student Bar Association. Phi Alpha Delta. COLQUITT M. NICGEE. Atlanta. Ga. PATRICK J. MCGEE. Atlanta, Ga. PAUL M. MCLARTY. JR., Westfield, NJ.. Phi Delta Phi. CHARLES B. MERRILL, JR., Central Valley. N.Y., Phi Delta Phi. JOHN A. MOZLEY. College Park, Ga.. Student Bar Association, Bryan Society. OSCAR TERENCE NICHOLS. Jesup. Ga., Student Bar Association, Phi Aloha Delta. FRANK D. SMITH, JR.. Cartersville, Ga. FRANK B. STRICKLAND. Atlanta. Ga.. Honor Court Uusticcl. Student Bar Association CSecretaryJ. JOSEPH T. STRICKLAND, Lakeland, Fla.. Delta Theta Phi. HAROLD B. THOMPSON, Atlanta, Ga., Dean's List. Honor Council, Student Bar Association CVice-Pres. of Evening Divisionl, Phi Alpha Delta CTreas- urer . PATRICK J. WARD, Cairo, Ga., EDGAR B. WILKIN, JR., Colquitt, Ga., Phi Delta Phi. CHRISTOPHER C. YORK. New York. N.Y., Stu- dent Bar Association. Advocacy Award 1965, Southeastern Regional Moot Court Team 1965. Seniors Law School BERT R. OASTLER. Atlanta, Ga.. Phi Delta Phi. Journal of Public Law. GEORGE M. O'KE'LLEY. Atlanta, Ga., Phi Alpha Delta, Student Bar Association. JULIAN F. POWELL, Atlanta. Ga. MERLE A. RAMOS. Atlanta, Ga. VANCE 0. RANKIN. III. Atlanta. Ga.. Phi Delta Phi. MALCOLM H. RINGEL, Atlanta, Ga., Phi Delta Phi. JAMES B. RITCHIE, III. At- lanta, Ga.. Case Club. Moot Court Competition. Phi Delta Phi. HENRY S. ROGERS. Oxford. Ga., Phi Delta Phi. uniors Law School STURGIS G. BATES, III . HENRY R. BAUER, JR. . . ROBERT L. BELL .... VVILLIAM J. BRENNAN, JR MARY E. BROCK . . . BRYAN M. CAVAN . ROBERT J. EVANS . . LLOYD B. FOWLER . . . SANFORD B. GOLDBERG . THOMAS P. GRESHAM . . MAX B. HARDY, JR. . . . JOHN H. HOWKINS .... H. MARTIN HUDDLESTON RICHARD O. KELLER . . JAMES K. KIDD .... . Atlanta. Ga . Atlanta. Ga . Cairo. Ga . Atlanta. Ga . Atlanta, Ga . . Atlanta. Ga . . . . Rome, Ga Atlantic Beach, Fla . . Charleston, S.C . . . Atlanta, Ga . . Jacksonville, Fla. . . Sanford. Calif. . Milledgeville, Ga. TILLIE ANNE KIDD . LLOYD R. LAKE, JR. . SPURGEON W. LANE . Milledgeville, Ga East Point, Ga CHARLES T. LESTER, mf . ' FRANK H. LOOMIS . . Hattiesburg, Miss . Decatur, Ga . Atlanta, Ga ROBERT A. MARSHALL . . . . . Atlanta. Ga MICHAEL C. MURPHY . RICHARD PULASKI . . JOSEPH B. SHAPIRO. JR. F. TREDWAY SHURLING New York. N.Y . Atlanta, . Atlanta, Wrightsville, MARION B. STOKES ......... . . Atlanta, Ga MELVIN E. WEINSTEIN ......... Greensboro, Ga FRESHMENILAW SCHOOL HUGH I. ALLEN ............. Atlanta. Ga RONALD J. BECK . .... . Kingsport, Tenn WILLIAM S. CALLAVVAY . . Donaville. Ga . . Decatur, Ga. . . Leesburg. Ga. 4 I 5.4 .1 y lu.. JAMES C. CARR, JR. . . . E. CULPEPPER CLARK . . CLIFFORD D. CLEVELAND . . JOHN M. COGBURN . . . ROBERT D'AGUSTINO . MARGARET W. DEIMLING JOHN H. DeLUCE .... WILLIAM F. DENSON. III DAVID B. DRAKE . . . WILLIAM C. DRISKELL . . THOMAS O. DUVALL, JR. . ORINDA D. EVANS . . . JOHN E. GIRARDEAU . CHARLES A. GOWER . PRESTON H. HINES . :EA . . Atlanta, Ga. . . Cairo, Ga. . . Atlanta. Ga. . . Marietta, Ga. . New York. N.Y. . . Atlanta, Ga. . . . Rome, Ga. . . . Calera. Ala. . . . Smyrna. Ga. . St. Petersburg. Fla. . . . Decatur, Ga. Avondale Estates, Ga. . . . Claxton. Ga. . . Columbus. Ga. . . Atlanta. Ga. CHARLES W. HIPPS . . JOHN N. HOGENMULLER LARRY B. HOOKS . . . KENNETH M. HORWITZ FRANK H. JONES . . . LEWIS N. JONES . DAVID F. KELL . . . MICHAEL H. LANE . . CHARLES H. LUMPKIN . CHRISTOPHER E. McCLURE- . I . PAUL L. MEIERE, JR. . WILLIAM H. MERRILL . CLAYTON W. MOORE . JOHN A. NICHOLS . PAUL R. PIZZO . . Lake' J unaluska. N.C. . . . Miami. Fla . . Swainsboro, Ga . . Atlanta, Ga . Canton, Ga . . Atlanta, Ga . College Park, Ga . . . Albany, Ga . Carrollton. Ga . Clemson, S.C . Atlanta, Ga . Atlanta, Ga . . Dalton. Ga . Canton, Miss. . Tampa. Fla. Freshmen Law School THEODORE L. RAMIREZ JOHN D. SAUNDERS . . WILLIAM D. SMITH . . PAUL T. SPAHOS . . C. GLENN STANFORD . ELLISON D. STAPLETON JERRY L. STEPP . . . HERMAN E. TALMADGE CARL M. TOMLINSON . ROBERT TRAUNER . . BRAINARD T. WEBB, JR.. . KARL F. WEICKHARDT ROBERT E. WHITLEY . . GARY L. YINGLING . THOMAS C. RAIFORD. JR. . .... Atlanta. New Brunswick. NJ. . . . Atlanta, Ga. . . Barnesville, Ga. . Fort Valley. 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' A 33-WM 1 " ' v ve.. f"'+'- V4 -Q-.V-1725: 1 .,-.mee-S.V:4fV': VV Associate Dean DR. EVANGELINE T. PAPAGEORGE The basic program leading to the M. D. degree consists of four years of instruction, in the form of lectures, conferences, laboratory Work, demon- strations, examinations, and, in the last two years, clinical clerkships. Research opportunities are available to interested and qualified students. The goal of the Emory University School of Medicine is to offer a sound educational program in all areas. This allows its graduates to develop in the field of their preference, Whether it be gen- eral practice, specialization, administration, teach- ing, or research. School ol Medicine The School of Medicine of Emory University, oth- cially formed in 1915, originally began with the found- ing of the Atlanta Medical College in 1854. The subse- quent merger of the Atlanta Medical College, the Southern Medical College, the Atlanta College of Phy- sicians and Surgeons, and the original Atlanta School of Medicine, constitute the present Emory University School of Medicine. Since its founding, the School has rapidly become recognized as one of the outstanding institutions of its kind in the South. The School of Nledicine is located on the Emory Campus itself-the Anatomy, Physiology, and Wood- ruff Memorial Research buildings, Uppergate House, Children's Clinic, and the Laboratory of Opthalmic Research-and in the immediate vicinity of Grady Me- morial Hospital. Dean DR. ARTHUR P. RICHARDSON DR. STEPHEN W. GRAY Professor of Anatomy Acting Chairman of Department DR. JOHN E. SKANDALAKIS Professor of Anatomy A . M Q .H A H .L-' ' ff DR. W. C. OSMAN-HILL Professor of Anatomy ' . DR. JANE A. RUSSELL Associate Professor of Biochemistry .nz f . , ,.,. ... . V. 11 2 ' ssff' 4 ,,f"' -'u 521' 'Y fa. 51 ' - xzmrif sf. ' :RJ -12:51 'eg' 3, as . .... 4,351 ' f. , , DR. GEOFFREY H. BOURNE Professor of Anatomy 'A M su . m t,.. W-w N 1 , 1.1 's , 4 M . ,-fr, .H ... . ,. si W .rm N H ,N 1. i5",1i' -- DR. O. FRANCIS BINKLEY DR. ALFRED E. WILHELMI Professor of Biochemistry Professor of Biochemistry Chairman of Department DR MORRIS TAGER Professor of Microbiology Chairman of Department . T' DR. FRANK LANNI Professor of Microbiology DR. NEIL C. MORAN Professor of Pharmacology Chairman of Department DR. GERHARD A. BRECHER Professor of Physiology Chairman of Department DR. HARRY L. WILLIAMS Professor of Pharmacology DR. JAMES A. BAIN Professor of Pharmacology , Viv!! is W, W' H 5 g 3 DR. PIERRE M. GALLETTI 1 M.- Associate Professor of Physiology ' K f nw, ,L-s". Sq H ww v - lu H . 3 w J , in gssfssa.. '1 H 'I wx.. I y as y uQgpn,Uwng' R ' vv ' is w if H' ' -I , if -'r. ' -5 .gs 1, Y wg-Q V - J-I , ' f .-- Y A4- ' IA.. ' ,- ,, DR. JOHN E. STEINHAUS ff-qpq.,,,,....i Professor of Anesthesiology Chairman of Department 9, ll DR. WILLIAM H. GALVIN Professor of Anesthesiology DR. EVAN L. FREDERICKSON Professor of Anesthesiology DR. MALCOLM E. TURNER DR. JOHN D. THOMPSON Professor Of Biometry Professor of Gynecology and Obstetrics Chairman of Department Chairman of Department I gi, DR. BENJAMIN R. GENDEL Professor of Medicine DR. R. HUGH WOOD Professor of Medicine DR. J. WILLIS HURST Professor of Medicine Chairman of Department I DR. HERBERT R. KARP Professor of Medicine Sei' "" 4 xs We ' 'ffi DR. SIDNEY OLANSKY ' I Professor of Medicine 'Si "E", I q' i V x . P 4-.,., -, , , M , - T' R ' ' In Memory of n it ., DR. KATHARINE DODD 's " O ' uf Professor of Pediatrics V in , r X'-gk ,X ii,s"iiT2iEg,i"i '- ,Um 9' DR. JOHN T. ELLIS ri ,.A i n-.1 ' wr, .- -:. , "1' .V V if fi ,.. NIM t V5 i a sg xl' ,1 ' V - A Mg V1 ' 2 .sr EQ 1-Ir 1 , A -I A as Q52 "' maui mn :mga 'W , TK 9' E Q Wi A' . 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ROHRER "W "" ' Professor of Radiology 1 N, "Q , H , . Y DR,- N N w cm , "' J, ,, T M my IW.. Q M M . 4 4 .15 1 DR. JAMES V. ROGERS Q if ' 11' ASQ f Associate Professor of V F 'fi7fQ591a5-E3'5- 'Ei'.Ig.1. n ,. - M ' ':',fJ 5-Rub 'film T' Radwlvgy ' ' 5 qw - 'T .,., -- -5 ,A Eg :f av Q-5. -',A '.: '-3rF:.-fZ4. S..Li+251 f'::':' '25igS"' 73'e- , .f "lg f, 'L L , 4"" , , ffsf fu. - 5 N .,sg.,w 3 ,eff , ,1 V ff w A F' .N 'fivfi ' . V . 4. f . . . A, ,',.1-A V JPL 1' V ,L - M W, "" "'VJ2-vigil' wu.....um.... wu..f'M -' -1. 5.9-I DR. JOHN D. MARTIN Professor of Surgery Chairman of Department DR. EDGAR F. FINCHER Professor of Surgery M .5 V W L l' wk. Jw.. ' . 1 .H MS.. . DR. OSLER A. ABBOTT Professor of Surgery F, 5 -. N V , K ' 4.. . . 'L' - - ' if Xi: " .-if ' ......1-:m -1 . .M-:,:, u H H gi-rjw' "' " : Qu -, WNW1-1"uQw,!r1'mi?fQ,f!Qg . of , . ,-,!', T'9. - f - -R gf g f: E . H H H H W N' ' f.sf:,.. , . -. ., 951 F' ' . " . ' IR. - r H r TV H : . . V g r ' . 1 ..!! 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L. CZERMAK, JR. G. C. DAVIS, JR., J. A. DEAN, JR. W. C. EDWARDS. J. A. EHLERS D. V. FETTERS, C. K. FISCHER W. E. FULLER. M. L. HAWKINS C. L. HILLIS, F. M. HOUSER, JR. J. R. HUNT, B. N. JONES G. K. KEATS. P. E. KRUMPE W. C. LANG. JR.. E. L. LIME 1-i!i"77 . D. McARTOR. P. H. McCARTY E. McCRACKEN. JR. . C. MacCAUGHELTY P75 . E. MEES, JR.. C. O. MILLER C. PALMER, JR.. J. M. PEACOCK W. M. PHILIPS, JR., J. F. PHILLIPS I. M. PIKE. B. A. PORTNOY W. P. POTSIC, J. L. PRINTZ M. L. PURVIS. JR.. J. W. RAY C. D. ROSS, T. R. RUMBLE F. C. SALTER. E. W. SANDERS J. J. SHERMAN. S. SILVERMAN F. A. SMITH, III, I. J. STRUMPF L. M. TAKLE, H. G. TAYLOR. JR. H. H. TOWLER. JR.. A. L. TRACHT J. N. TRIPP, R. E. WARE R. S. WARNER. P. A. WHITLOCK. JR. J. V. WILDER. JR.. R. S. WILLIAMS E. F. WRIGHT. JR.. G. L. ZORN. JR. Alpha mega Alpha 'Z -,, sim' ff ii' -1 ,4 ., ,gig , 11 , President Vice-President 0. WYTCH STUBBS WILLIAM SPENCER The highest honor which a student of medicine can Alpha Omega Alpha strives to maintain this high attain is that of membership in Alpha Omega Alpha. standard of character and conduct among its members. The selection of members is based upon both the scholas- In addition, membership in such an organization makes tic records and the moral qualifications of its candidates. possible the recognition of such admirable achievements on the part of its members. 'Wm CLARENCE BROWN MURL HAGOOD CHARLES HALES V S-,fe JAMES KILEY BARRY LEVIN JAMES MCCULLAGH SAMUEL RAUCH. JR. PETER RE DAVID REYNOLDS WILLIAM HARRY MICHAEL STEIN ROGER S. WILLIAMS ROBERTSON. JR. SHUFFLEBARGER. JR. I TTTTTI , .I I D E N I ,K if- M :' 1 . 'J , 'Q " Presxdxns Senior .... ..... S HAIN SCHLEY Iv ' ' Presiding Junior ..... ................... J AMES KILEY - secretary ........ ................ B ILL ROBERTSON VH.. Treasurer ....... . . .BRUCE THOMPSON Cnot pictured, A -".- -IJ IQ- . 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FELTON HAGOOD RICHARD M. HAGOOD CHARLES A. HALES V WALLACE E. HARDY SAMUEL R. HARRELL HAL M. HERD FRANK M. HOUSER, JR. D RALPH R. EASTRIDGE. JR. W. SLOCUM HOWLAND. JR. JOHN R. HUNT BARRY N. JONES JAMES D. KILEY GERALD T. KILPATRICK PETER E. KRUMPE WILLIAM C. LANG. JR. J. MICHAEL McCULLAGH GEORGE M. MACNABB JOHN R. MOLINARO ROBERT S. NELSON WALLACE M. PHILIPS. JR. WILLIAM P. POTSIC SAMUEL D. RAUCH. JR. JOHN T. RENICK WILLIAM C. ROBERTSON. JR. CHARLES D. ROSS W. SHAIN SCHLEY WILLIAM B. SHADBURN HARRY L. SHUFFLEBARGER. JR. FRANK A. SMITH. III H. RANDOLPH SPENCER. JR. RONALD T. STAFFORD SIDNEY L. STAPLETON. JR. THOMAS B. WATTS CHARLES S. WEST. JR. PAUL A. WHITLOCK. JR. WILLIAM A. WOLFF EMIL F. WRIGHT. JR. GEORGE L. ZORN. JR. I 9? J i1 2 7' 'F P .. 3 . . .,a' .5- ' 153' ti .. 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Georgia . . . .Atlanta, Georgia MORRIS T. BIRD ........... ..... Temple Terrace. Florida PETER C. BOOHER ............. ......... C enterville. Ohio CLARENCE H. BROWN, III ..... ........ O rlando, Florida I ee'e A E I .V Q 'V In ..,. H H. 1 1 I H"-I ' i . . , -- 9 , '2 f 4 . V-,-f 1' 'i .Jig -1, it :l x .Q 'x if To , :-: i':' ,, i., W. Q-Q u' 1 :-: ' Y' 4 : 1- l,1f' T:5'fi r Ao , ' fl ' , ii" N M51 -.Q vfili A Jifyi is twig' V , - - L4 1 ' I., ,, - ., , ,. ' I "iff - 'i gi, ' 1 'I-rf 'N ' '-- -Q' HF ,I " ",. ii" 'ii "" L iiz' 5 if J fe zaz . za- I aa: . eff 1- Y -"i ,' :ff SENIOR OFFICERS Vice President .... . . ....... CHARLES A. HALES President . ,.,. ........... O . WYTCH STUBBS, JR. Secretary-Treasurer .... ...... R ICHARD J. BAGBY li ig HI' , ' L , I+, " V A .. "M in ,g "xi 1 ' In QV, '. 1 "F, if 1 W , I L-H5 'Fw-u ' ,w r I I WI SE 'N' in il. A ., E' iw 4 I X I if iv - Fi -, -jf." .mv V," - f ' fm v ' - V V' I U . 1 , ' f GWYNNE T. BRUNT. JR... JOHN Q. CLEVELAND, JR.. '.. CHARLES L. CZERMAK JR JOSEPH c. FINLEY ..... '. . . f I " c. KENNETH F1scHER ..... WILLIAM E. FULLER ..... CHARLES L. GENDEI. ....... CHARLES C. GREER, JR. .... . . . . . . . .At1anta. Gem-ia . . . . .Coral Gables. Florida . . . .Tarrytown, New York . . . . . . .Atlanta. Georgia . . . . .Atlanta, Georgia . . . . Evanston, Illinois . . .At1anta. Georgia . . . .Cordele, Georgia MICHAEL J. GRODE. . . ROBERT J. GROSS ..... M. FELTON HAGOOD. RICHARD M. HAGOOD .... . . . .Clearwaten Florida . . . . .Atlanta, Georgia . . . .Marietta, Georgia . . . . Marietta, Georgia Seniors f Medicine CHARLES A. HALES ..... .... M acon, Georgia WALLACE E. HARDY. . . .Atlanta, Georgia SAMUEL R. HARRELL. ..... Atlanta, Georgia WILLIAM S. HITCH... ..... Atlanta, Georgia mf 1ar.1f1i..1.11-'i: 'ex " L" ' T" LI I ti - . h I Wi -,,: In V 1,1 , f1 in . W1 1 f H 1 1.5 lf- gf' 1- -T. V 1-QL 1 S -'e' . 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SLOCUM HOWLAND. JR.. . . . GERALD T. KILPATRICK ..... JOHN W. KREGE ............. ROBERT B. McARTOR ..... JOHN F. MCCOY. JR. ..... . GEORGE M. MacNABB. . . . CHESTER O. MILLER. . . . . .Danvil1e. Kentucky St. Petersburg. Florida . . . . .At1anta, Georgia . . . .Bartow, Florida . . . .At1anta, Georgia . .Dunwoody. Georgia . . . .Decatur, Georgia . .T homaston, Georgia yr-'ii' 'Y-1ll'? .T F pid- ' f 1 L 1:-112' . 1 M " "?f"f"'f? E"i'1'E 1 f I I .11 I ' L F1 1 1 'I " ' 1 11? -141 i- . .-f -41,11 , . 1 HWN111111 1, 1 -.. ,,.1f 1.1161 H , 111 11 . 1 1 11 ...,... I i im 1' 1 I 1, I 'ff " 1 I R11 I 11111 'U' A U M 11 gy1!xg111m111HNh1 iffy l N1 X 11 at pi' . .LJ .rim rf -1 . . 21 1 J" ' QE, 1" 1 1. ' J U11 ' r 1 11 '1 X ' ljrifivwil 3-QJ11 "jig 1 11 ll ff , l V 11 v .1,, . , 3. 1-11 .-'V ,, -5:5 '. 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R Y '11 "U, ia Ta. .1 T55 f ' ,' 111-- .2 '1 ' Hg 1: 'Q '1 1-xl! Q. 1 ,.:- ' 1 ly L-ra 1,9511 ' 1 -JE, V 1-G1 I V J' ,1f' -"fil111i." . 5? 'QF1 ti' .511 '.":"f :':.:f-5:: 551 'K 1 i ' . V545 1 Ibm! 1:1311 n"" ll 15 11111 "11fff !'1111AQ1 111111l111'1 ' -V,g1,11 ' " 1. . V, J 4 115. jeff V 1 ,. .1 A. - If , . .N Q : R :SVN I 11, In W 5:25 ,1 '11 111 ' 4 1' .1 1 "ii" 'li5ii11'Mkn1111m: ... 11. 1,f.g,7i1:- gi 1 1143? H1111.iT' 111ff H 11 1 'i.'X?fm',I' 1' g?EE.1'w..'iWL',' vim! ' " Seniors f Medicine 1 5.51. ,,. , ' 'Eff-'H -:' - i '::.:,.... A f I iff If :SE ..-.-ia: ...rf . J, J -531 Hr.....:..f 12:75. 'bu' 'I 1... H 1-F wma ' ' F - -Q :-,I I, I ii .. al A I ' TV ' . if I9 , lf' .. ' f I e!::.ea:- " ' T Q ' 'f G xl' . X. lg ,L WILLIAM B. SHADBURN ........... HARRY L. SHUFFLEBARGER, JR.. . . . WILLIAM C. SPENCER, III ......... SIDNEY L. STAPLETON, JR.. . . . . . MICHAEL A. STEIN ....... O. WYTCH STUBBS ......... BENJAMIN T. TAYLOR. . . . . . . HORTON G. TAYLOR, JR. . . . . 1 I V i Q. .I I. , x 1 , I I . Mia 1 . . . . .Buford, Georgia . . . . . . .Tampa, Florida . . . . . . . .LaBelle. Florida . . . .Panama City, Florida Greenville. South Carolina . . . . . . . .Decatur. Georgia . . . . .Belmont, North Carolina . . . . .Rose11e, New Jersey 1551 sw Y Q I- I W P: . hy' 1 N A W, yr ,K . W5 Nil 4 . . J' I :ru w 4. I J. . . if ! I . ' ,f - , fi . '55 gt- i n kk' li . .fggjea-,if ' , 'Fr W ll YU L .J ,gy wir ,K an qu. 'hfeify "ff, -- Q rr gf' 'f-e" -...ear tes. I .Y Z.. I I ...WN 1 A .lu 'fr , -,, .' gl l J- ' .2 if ETA ' " QV. Ii '1 ei.- '.- ' ...- ,Q ' ' ." ...F 'LE Kijiji.. he , " Ulf. fi ,Q V Ycjiifgf '- -1.553 J isaskqig. i., 132, V- qv-55.1.9.3-2. xp! ' E I.: ,. 7 N- fi' , E I' . v r - '1 .' iii V ll i R ,Q - ' I 1 J . WARNER RAY .... PETER K. RE .......... JOHN T. RENICK ........ DAVID W. REYNOLDS ..... JACK A. ROSENBERG ....... CHARLES R. ROSENFELD .... E. WAYNE SANDERS. JR.. . . . W. SHAIN SCHLEY ........ I 1 5 I" A I YE I . . 1 1. ii V, '-rf lie ge' ,. jg -r 1 -if I vi " . ae. J Y- -,. V ,, ' 5 ' i ras' V I" 1.1. J., 1 , ' . -':. I - ' 1' -V' -. --af' fi. er If if 1. " N STANLEY M. TENENB AUM . . . . .Atlanta, Georgia . . . . . .TarnDa. Florida . .... Atlanta. Georgia Lawrenceville. Georgia . . . . .Atlanta. Georgia . . . . .Atlanta, Georgia . . . .Dothan, Alabama . . . Columbus, Georgia ii I L I f x .W . iff Ji , ' I 8 . y W ,V i I 3 4 l'l f' .if .. f .4 i I G '--.V g 4 is . 3 . PQ? fi' I . If . Atlanta. Georgia MARY JEWELL ToUcHToN.'.'.'f ff ff .Decarm Georgia H. HOWELL TOWLER, JR.. . R. EDWIN WARE ........... . . . ..... Thomasville, Georgia CHARLIE B. WILLIAMS. JR.. . . . . JUDSON VON WILDER. JR.. ROGER S. WILLIAMS. ..... . WILLIAM A. WOLFF ...... . . . .... Loxanville. Georgia . . . . . . Quincy. Illinois . . . . . . .0DD. Alabama . . . . .Atlauta, Georgia . . . . Columbus. Georgia JUNIOR OFFICERS President ....... . . ................ EMIL F. WRIGHT Vice-President ....... .......... W ILLIAM C. ROBERTSON Secretary-Treasurer. .. .... ELSA JOYCE SELL Knot pictured? M - 7.,-,--7? M :V -1. 1. X, 7, L- .., V in i if-P' '31 '5, ,, P' f fl. -J,,:' . 1 .11 K1 'sw - - 'L ff., rv ,:- af: Pc if :111 A , igir' 5 ,,, . ., Q. E . ':i'.','l I L 5 , ' EQ- " ' 1 V -I 15 -ii ' fl". -'F 1 ' gi. . ' '- ' 5571 . A ' -'-ff IM 1 .A rf- . nl 1 Y: F wp. ,, 'wr ' .7-if ' A " Ei. ..,. " , T " 1. . " ...:.1 , L iiigiio -' .1 .1 L Z, EFA., ... . , - 1 -' 1 -gf A-1 . .5 - - -..-1' hx' . :iff Mfg ri, - Y VH' 1.2 ff ,ffr I-Y.-.1 as .1 I 1 1111 , .1 X H 3 -A A ll: 11 ' 1 l': 1' .a ' . V 1. ,J . r i N. 1: l " A A ,fifizil A 1 r - v -"' ' A .. ""i 'W V me I m11 j1j1111 ' Q EQ. 1, :iii W M111 E 1- or 'j .- 1 - -, :1:.L 1 t- 1 L ,I 4 . 'LG' 1' 1 JH L-im 1' ' ' ' if f: , 13 1 , 15 A 5.'i!i.a, 1 -' .- . .11 ' 1 -. .ff 1 . ' .... 1 11' 1. W ., FLI11' 1 - -. - r- s:e1:-'- 1 1. 1- -z.: : ,I . Q ISADORE M. PIKE ..... JOSEPH L. PRINTZ ..... SAUL SILVERMAN. . . ROGER S. WARNER .... THOMAS B. WATTS. . . . J. HOYT YOUNG ..... . . . . . . . Savannah, Georgia . ..... . . . .AtIanta. Georgia . .Rio Piedras. Puerto Rico . . . .At1anta. Georgia . . . .Deczrtun Georgia . . . .Oci11a. Georzia uniors Medicine REGINALD J. BROOKER ..... JAMES A. EHLERS ......... CHARLES L. HILLIS .... HAMILTON E. HOLMES GERRITT K. KEATS. . . BARRY E. LEVIN ...... DONALD E. MEES, JR.. WALLACE M. PHILIPS. 1 5 ,t. E .3. 1 - .- '. .111 . . new . 1 -e ,J JR..... -Q..--- . . . . Chamblee. Georgia . . . .Atlanta, Georgia . . .Dawsou. Georgia . . .'.Atlanta. Georgia . . . .Hart1and, Wisconsin . . . .Bethesda, Maryland Lawrenceville, Georgia . . . . . .Sanford. Florida E , Wm T A X 1 1 X .ESQ "L H M111 1 L . , N I. .1 11 11 1 1 1 - .11 1 , 1 , JST . 11,1 . , . . 13 - L L :- . "2 iefffhf' "ww 5 ' 5 'U-'ng -V .nf .1 ' 111 'VH t . - V l1g,'1k3-F gig . . ' . fbi "J 'L ' 'lf 'ji S! :F Q 1 1711111 ' 11111 Tj" 1i,fg-V, 3. 11,2 U'-9' . Qo11WM in 1111 11m m "W ,N 1 , .411 N 1 A- .2 J- 1-.11-E, .1,.., . 1 . iw! 1 2' H-' 9' 1 " 1- 1: Y 1' 2241.1 ' " 1 1 Z '54, I 7 " a H .1 59: ., A J . .Y A 3 1. .. 'Eg.' ,1 ' . 1 . E i ' " ' J P1 1 1 .-2-f ,.,.,. ' " W- 1' " 5 ..... 1 , Y .V 1 , L .1 YS , A 1.54. r ' , 1: '- ' i'?l 1 , I 1111 pf 1 " MFE -X : .Mfr F1115 1 Q i 1 QFj,j-r 5 QM t if QW' , , -- ' . . Y K1 1 11 , 31,1 ,f - ., 1 z -:-:Eg 1 . ' - I 7' "1 ' A '- :' -'Siu .1 ' '.: -11 " 1 - sfs "11 ' 111 f.. ff. W if '- " 3. M1 15 a - HFEFQ JL 1 ! EW V Y , --it Q.- .. . 5-.Zi :I Q1 1 ,X .1 ,V 1 N I , 15. .- 1, J.: Z, I ia, 1 I 1' A .. "" . 11 'I . ,gil W WG 1 m 111 1 H 111 11 " 1 iii 1 N 11 Ex 111 111 uv U' Sophomores f Medicine A R, N-LU: -5 I., ' GEORGE T. ABERNATHY ..... . . . ARTHUR BOBRUFF ...... GARY L. BROADRICK. . . ' H" SAMMY C. CAMPBELL. . . . J. GRADY CANTRELL ....... LAWRENCE E. COOPER.. R. ROBERT EASTRIDGE. iiz.. . .. . SOPHOMORE OFFICERS A Vice-President ........ . .... SAMMY c. CAMPBELL 1 'K' g f" E fi" A Secretary-Treasurer ........... HELEN KAY HERRIN N.,-.51 President ............... GEORGE T. ABERNATHY ,M E . . . . . . . . .Atlanta. Georgia .West Hartford. Connecticut . . . . . . . . . . . . .Da1ton, Georgia . . .Henderson, Kentucky . . . . . . Cornelia. Georgia . . . . . . . . .Atlanta. Georgia . . . .Coral Gables, Florida MICHAEL L. HAWKINS. BARRY N. JONES ....... WILLIAM C. LANG. JR.. CHARLES D. ROSS ...... ELIZABETH L. LIME .... . . . .Coral Gables. Florida . . . . . . . .Atlanta. Georgia . . . . . . . . .Tamva. Florida Canton, North Carolina . Stone Mountain. JOHN N. TRIPP ....... .... . ........ S avannah. PAUL A. WHITLOCK. JR.. . . . GEORGE L. ZORN. JR... ........Newnan, . . . .Macon Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia FRESHMEN OFFICERS ' Vice-President ....... ........ E LIAS G. CHALHUB Secretary-Treasurer ....,....... KAREN JEAN BACK President.. ........ . ..... RANDOLPH P. MARTIN GUY C. DAVIS, JR. ..... ........... Al bany. Georgia JORDAN A. DEAN, JR.. . .' .... Clemson, South Carolina WALTER C. EDWARDS .... DAVID R. ENGELMAN .... NANCY V. EZZARD ...... DAVID V. FETTERS ..... C. STANLEY FINCH .... WESLEY E. GREEN ..... . . . . . . .Ringgold, Georgia . . .Or1ando, Florida . . . .Manafield. Ohio . . . . . .Albany. Georgia . . .Orland0. Florida Jacksonville, Florida Freshmen Medicine '17 w 1-. , . . H p'..m1.. . i.i ., H. A. THOMAS ALLEN, III .... KAREN JEAN BACK ....... R. EDWIN BALLENTINE. II ..... . . . EUGENE R. BERGER ....... . .Atlanta, Georgia Arlington, Virginia . . .TarnDa. Florida . .Atlanta, Georgia STEPHEN W. BLIEVERNICHT .... Atlanta. Georgia LAWRENCE D. BOURGARD. .AmityvilIe. New York EDWARD L. BOWEN ............ East Point, Georgia JOHN R. CILIBERTI .......... Schenevus, New York JAMES T. COOK, III .... ...... M ariarma, Florida Freshmen f Medicine JOHN ROBERT MOLINARD .... ....... D olgeville, New York JOSEPH F. PHILLIPS ..... WILLIAM PAUL POTSIC. BURTON V. REIFLER .... THOMAS REID RUMBLE. ELMER GEORGE SAL'TER , JR. . . . FRANK CARSON SALTER ...... MICHAEL J. SERBY ...... Tfgdf il Y Greenville, South Carolina ............Cicero.Illinois . . . . . . . . .Macon. Georgia . . . . .Forsyth, Georgia . . . .Auburn. Alabama . . . . .Auburn, Alabama . . . . .Savannah, Georgia f ' . WJ V-u-ali: - . ':"'4- HAL M. HERD ..... ....... F rankliu. Tennessee JOHN R. HUNT ..... ...Anderson, South Carolina M. W. KILGORE. II .... .........,. A tlanta. Georgia PETER E. KRUMPE .... ..... E ast Williston. New York T. CAMERON MacCAUGHELTY .... .... D urham. North Carolina ALLAN A. MALTBOE ............ ..... R aleigh. North Carolina PERRY HOVVELL MCCARTY .... . ........ Atlanta, Georgia LINTON E. MCCRACKEN, JR.. . . ........ Decatur, Georgia 1 ." X JOEL STEPHEN SHAVIN ..... ..... C hattanooga. Tennessee JERALD J. SHERMAN ......... ....... C olumbus. Georgia FRANK ALBERT SMITH. III .... ........ C rockett. Texas DONALD TATE STAFFORD ..... ..... T hornasville. Georgia IRA JEFFRY STRUMPF ...... .... . . .Miami. Florida LEIV MUNLAUG TAKLE .... .... L evanger, Norway ARTHUR TRACHT ........ .... O rlando, Florida CHARLES S. WEST, JR. .... .,.. O rlando, Florida f' 1 Both thoughts and conversation concerning the various fields of medicine may even be found at dinner time-whether it be a formal banquet, such as the one held by Alpha Epsilon Delta, ..... lx' ,, r 7 ' l 51.4- X, Q q, .XY if ,,' V 'ik M cl fu :xii-' ff ' lzu r,l,,.. l lh M, ,X faijasx . an ,w A ku, A 'kg' H N , . . . . . or an informal gathering of students at lunch. S, fl aesfkaww ,425 U E l 4 ww. "M Students gather valuable information concerning , w I ,3- Eif- V G if Kin wwflgp., ,, 1, .-f ,. . f"'IEfx H H AA My 'mf-v 've' , I A I :. '::: ,Q me .Y :--- ' "fi ' " ' 1" -A-'-g4E?tJ' j'gJQ"7ff' , . -.,, , . . at ., , .,,,. ,., . -,- A- Mgt us 'Av V Q3 , :Zyl rn-x XV, -. A . xyfaii-f 4151-Y ' t fig.-'4 f'fifjQ-'QE i. L" - -ffff-51? Q' v' ' "'P "."T Y 1g':"3r?,,: ...... g 7-' . 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Registered nurses are eligible to enter the masters program which runs for four quarters. This pro- gram trains the nurse to specialize in either Medical and Surgical, Public Health, or Psychi- atric Nursing. The School of Nursing is under the direction of Dean Ada Fort. L-17.7 .. v V. i .- a f: 9 'W ii," :ifiifiilu-iii 1 " ,V ,V 3:1-i i 'J-3 ,i-J, . .. . rE.,,, ,,, ij. ' l Y- W , EXECUTIVE COUNCIL: Front rofw fl-rj Carol Romick, Elaine Titus, Claudette Walters, Charlotte English, Kathy Woodfin, Donna Lee Robertson, Linda Patrick, jane Cobb, Virginia Lovell, Peggy Winston, Margaret Kinsland, Gail Gunter, Bobbie Mercer. Heads of Nursing departments - Mi -. A at sssthtm - . Z Wim, A .ual Mrs. Mary Hall, Head Public Health Nursingg Miss Betty Evans, Head, Department of Psychiatric Nursing. H : if , W . 0 , , , .. , W. N, - ,EI mWtsljga..."'... ,gj ..,N,.." m1 .,.s..w ..,!!!. fq 1 sim ' 5:-fs i 1- , Miss Nan Springstead, Professor Director, Baccalau- reate Curriculumg Dr. Mary Margaret Williams, Professor Director, Master of Nursing programg Miss Virginia Proctor, Director of Student Development. Mrs. Mrs. 5,3 N it y i i t XE-'Q 'P H 1 'W S . - HN, , . ""-'fl 'I -.' 7 T-. . -DX, mu ,,115iH"'.Ng.. A' ri3f 3W...r xm isjx 1 7 M H I is 1. Mabel Hamrick, Head, Maternal Child Health Nursingg Elizabeth Mabry, Head, Medical-Surgical Nursing. Graduate Students f Nursing .QW Madelon H. Henderson.. Ann Kennedy Hood ..... Sally Ann Horton ...... Charnell Elaine Jeffries. . Finley Patricia Kennedy. Ruth Louise Kulvi ...... Mfartha Jean Lancaster. . Marie Brown McGiboneY Martha A. Anderson. . . Geneva H. Bowen .... Joye Clark Bradley ..... June Mills Campbell .... Mary E. Cates ........ Martha E. Clark .......... Pearl Annette Domnia ..... Margaret Lorraine Farthing Julie S. Garner ....... Ella Pepper Garrison. . . Connie M. Hagood. .. Marion F. Hale .... . . . . .Hot Springs, N. C. . . . . . .Medford, Mass . . . .Charlotte, N. C. . . .Little Rock. Ark. . . . . Aiken, S. C. . . . .Chicago, Ill. . . . .Trion. Ga. . . . .Decatur, Ga. Nancy E. Neal ......... Helen A. Pemberton .... Betty J. Pierce ....... Julia Ann Purcell. . . Fay F. Russell ....... Cherrie S. Sellers ...... 4 . Betty Louise Shannon ..... Monta Rae Shelburne ..... Evelyn Sue Thomas. . . Billie Ruth Traylor .... Monda Susan Wade .... . . . .... Augusta, Ga . . . . .Kissimmee. Fla . . . . .Decatur, Ga . . . .Greenvi1le, S. C . . . . . . . Chamblee, Ga Fayetteville, N. C .Baton Rouge, La . .Evansville lnd . . . .Red Bank. Tenn . . . . .Easley, S. C .Little Rock, Ark . . . . .At1anta, Ga . . . . .At1anta, Ga. . . . . .Decatur. Ga. . . . . . Savannah, Ga. . . . .Columbia. S. C. . .Memphis, Tenn. . . . .Lafayette, La. . . . . .At1anta, Ga. . . .Louisvil1e, Ky. . . . .Dry Ridge, Ky. . . . . Gadsden, Ala. . Toledo, Ohio Betty E. Wllisenant ..... . . Springs, Ga. Advanced Seniors Nursing i 1 1 1 . l Class Oiiicers-Cynthia Brackett, V.P.g Mary Earle Rice, Pres.g Linda Patrick, Treas.g Vivian Smith, Sec. Dawn Coursey-after a long day at the hospital 'NS N-.gk Operating is a complicated business. JANET E. ADAMS-Roanoke, Va.: B.S.U., SNAG. YWA. KATHRYN GERTRUDE BLACK-Baxley, Ga. CYNTHIA ANNE BRACKETT- Atlanta, Ga.: SNAG, Vice Pres. of Adv. Sr. class. JANE BRITT- Johnston, S. C.: Vice Pres. of Student Nurses Organization, Sigma Theta Tau. 'A jf'. We MARY FRANK CLONTS-Atlanta, Ga.: Women's Chorale: SNAG: Independent Won1en's Organization. NANCY CHARLOTTE COGGINS- Atlanta. Ga.: SNAG, SALLY DAVIS-College Park, Ga.: Kappa Delta: SNAG. PAT DEATON-Little Rock, Ark. LYNNE DUFFORD-Dallas, Tex. CLAUDIA EHRINGER-Jacksow ville, Fla.: SNAG. SANDRA ELROD-Habersham, Ga. EDITH LILA HUDDLESTON-Atlanta, Ga. MARY LOU MARSHALL-Concord, N. C.: Kappa Delta-Chaplain. Social Service Chairman: Executive Council: SNAG-Representative, Chm. of Nominations. President CDistrict IID: Sigma Theta Tau: Emory Law Wives. BARBARA MCKOY-Woodruff, S. C.: SNAG: B.S.U. LINDA JANE MILLER-Melbourne, Fla. LINDA ANN PATRICK- Gainesville. Ga.: SNAG: Executive Council: B.S.U.: Treasurer of Adv. Sr. Class: Chm. of Publicity Committee. BETTY PITTARD-Savannah. Ga. MARY RICE-Anderson, S. C.: Kappa Kappa Gamma. DONNA LEE ROBERTSON-St. Petersburg, Fla.: Chi Omega-Treas.: V.P.: Alpha Epsilon Delta: SNAG: Student Senate Representative: Sigma Theta Tau. BETTY JEAN ROGERS- Chatsworth, Ga.: Student-Faculty Coordinating Committee: Honor Coun- cil: Sigma Theta Tau: SNAG. r , .1 I CAROL ANN ROMICK-Signal Mountain, Tenn.: Kappa Alpha Theta -Secretary: Alpha Epsilon Upsilon: Alpha Epsilon Delta: President of Sr. Class: V.P. of Nursing Student Organization: Sigma Theta Tau. MARIAN ROBERTA SMITH-Denton, Ga. MILDRED VIVIAN SMITH-Toccoa. Ga.: Sec. of Adv. Sr. Class: B.S.U.: SNAG: Y.W.A. IRENE ANN SPRAGUE-Decatur. Ga. NANCY ELIZABETH TINSLEY-Lynchburg, Va.: Intramural Sports: Chm. of Orientation Committee. E. LLOYD WINCHESTER-Atlanta. Ga. MARGARET WINSTON-Valdosta, Ga.: Pres. of Freshman House Council: Executive House Council-Pres.: WHO:Lower Division Honorary Scholarship Society. MARGARET NEEL WRIGHT-Thomasville. Ga. W... . Il' ir 1 '95 . was V Seniors Nursing SENIOR OFFICERS: Front rofw, Sandra Hilliard, Treas., Back row, Della Taylor, Student Fac ulty, Diane Currie, Sec., Jane Cobb, Pres., Ellen King, Vice Pres., Monica Moore, Chaplain. Anita Carol Laughlin ..... ..... C hattanooga, Tenn Mary Nell Lewis ....... .... Virginia Lovell. . . . . Bobbie Mercer .... Monica Moore, . . . Carol Ann Penland.. Sally Sheffield ........ Della Taylor. .... .. Caryl Ann Wellborn. Katherine Woodfin .... .. . . . . .Thomson, Ga. Winston-Salem. N. C. ...........Dub1in. Ga .........Vienna, Ga . . . . . .Decatur. Ga. . . . . .LaGrange. Ga. Hubert, N. C. . . . .Wilmington. Del. . . . .Nashvil1e. Tenn. S. Katherine Clark .... M. Jane Cobb........ Bobbie Dianne Coltrane ..... . . . Dawn Coursey. ......... . Diana Jean Currie. . . . Barbara Duncan ...... Charlotte English ..... Sandra Hilliard ..... Joy Jordan ....... Ellen King ..... . ..... Decatur. Ala . . .Walhalla, S. C. .Kernersville. N. C. . . . .Baton Rouge, La. .. . . . . .Atlanta, Ga. . . . . .Huntington, Va. . . . Spring City. Tenn. . . . . . . . .Reading, Pa. . . .Stone Mountain, Ga .........Athens. Ga unior Class Officers wi, rf.,g- if Y-7 l N ,. f' . Ri , 2 , 1 f" Jeannie Payattakool-Treas. Frank Creegan-Honor Council Rep Charlotte Rule-Vice Pres. Alice Long-Student Faculty Comm. Judy Turner-Alternate Gail Gunter-Pres. he ' A "rs 'Q if f wc ri 'X-. , f x -. ,, xl ,-. Evidence of nutrition in her early morning breakfast Ay Q we P y .x ea, -5 1 f if ' E.:-:.i .,r emi' fi P Practice makes perfect 'swf' ' ,f f r'- ,i ?fN: Precision is a requisite , cg - tg 15-' V Sarah Harriet Bowie. . . Linda Ann Burdine .... Carol Ann Burnes. .. Mary Ann Candler. . . Lucile E. Carnell ..... Francis Anthony Creegan .... .. . Gladys Marie Daniels .... . . . Carol Ann Dickson ..... Gwen A. Eagerton. ..... . . Jeanette Fraser Elliott.. Nina Mae Entrekin. . . . Diane Gambrell ....... Teressa M. Gammage. . . . Sandra K. Gauntz ..... Alice Jane Godfrey .... .- eff - fm -, ': l Q.. - .y Ya. , -- . . . .Due West. S. C. . . . . . .At1anta. Ga. . . . .Atlanta, Ga. . . . .Villa Rica, Ga. . . . .Decatur, Ga. .North Arlington, N. J. . .Bald Knob. W. Va. . . . . . .Charlotte, N. C. . . . . . . . .Bi-inson, Ga. . . . Birmingham. Ala. l 1 -. ,--f. L. . E5- ' 1 wr- JJ L .- .' 1 ' 4. M. Jane Maxwell ....... . Beverly J. McClure ........ .. Lynda Robbins McQuaig .... . .. Tamar R. Medley ........ . . Verna Gene Mobley .... Mary Ellen Moorer ...... ....... Nongluck Payattakool ..... .... Paula Wheeler Reid ..... .. Charlotte Gunhey Rule .... Ruth R. Savage ....... Jane E. Schlichtemeier. .. Judy Jane Shafer ......... .. Susan Elizabeth Tootle. . . . . . . . Judith Ann Turner ..., . . Judith Anne Wynne .... H Bangkok, Thailand Amityville. N. Y. . . .CrawfordviIle, Ga. . . Orlando, Fla. . . . .Decatur, Ga. . .Mou1trie, Ga. ':'- P' 3 Alexandria, La. " ' 'i V' A g! Af " ., ' Virginia Gail Gunter ...... Mary Elizabeth Hamilton.. Jean N. Henderson ...... Lallage Kay Henderson. Nancy H. Hotchkiss.. Lynn Carol Hunt ..... Beth Ann Hutton .... M. Olynn Jacobs ..... Cynthia Chase King .... Mary Alice Long ...... Jane Howard Martin. .. Leslie Kay Martin .... ..Decatur, Ga. "' 1' X . . . . . .Bremen. Ga. - lx ,I .Homerville, Ga. iw E . .Lake Forest, Ill. ' ' . .Decatur, Ga. 1 .Eufaula. Ala. ..Atlanta, Ga. . . .Athens, Ga. Savannah. Ga. . . Atlanta, Ga. . .Du1uth, Ga. . .Tampa. Fla. y .1 . ...... H . r ' in . . . . Tuskegee, Ala. w n 1 , 1.-... N. ' rf r uniors Nursing 4, gal, vw Y Il r ,. A, . . . Lawrenceville. Ga . . . . .Be1mont, N. C. . . . . . .Atlanta, Ga . . . .Orrvi1le, Ala. . . . .Lake Worth, Fla ...........Atlanta, Ga. . . . .Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. . . . . . . . . .At1anta, Ga. New Canaan. Conn. . . . . . .Roxboro. N. C. . . . .Springfield Tenn. . . . .Coral Gables, Fla. A H ,.,...,a - ..,,., -Fef- 1:1 Proposed School of Nursing PERSPECTIVE VIEW FROM ASBURY DRIVET PROPKISEU SCHOOL 0F NURSING ' EMURY UNIVERSITY - ATLANTA I sf 'z just a part of the daily routine A nurse finds every minute full u X X s au :nn M X . The cap of a nurse symbolizes qualities of kindness I Theology 1 -w?-21'-?4S.,gj+N'fi2f ' ws:'"'-'-f.5i1if:1fHf2-.4:r4s4::?r-:-'x:1:?w.:a'S2711Q--:liens Pi-1:1?:f'5:S-a' fifffae- :f:'f'2 .1 M521 ss' ' -:gg-fstigrx A-' . . :--.- ff-1'--A: :I-P' ' :M ' ' f'-':-1 1: 1. .' . -, 2 ':-- . 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These are designed to awaken the student to the best Biblical, historical, theological, and contem- porary insight into the Christian faith and its impli- cations for the Work of the Church and the ministry. The degrees of Bachelor of Divinity and Master of Christian Education are offered by the School of Theology. The curriculum seeks to achieve its pri- mary task, the professional training of the min- istry. It seeks to develop mature, growing persons equipped with the basic knowledge and appropriate skills necessary to meet the exacting demands of the high calling which is theirs under God. Student Council im -are 5.i--- vfggfv -me fe- 1 ' NH' X A Cl-rj T. Jennings, F. Windorn, J. Uselton, L. Grove, J. Dent. Rofw 2: E. Galloway, K. Porter, B. Oliver, L. Strickland, W. Clark, L. Thompson, B Smith. Not pictured: M. T. DeLoach, Richard Piper. Each year two outstanding stu- dents are given National Method- ist Seminary Awards. These are given on the basis of high academic standing and unusual promise of usefulness in a parish. The awards carry a 95500 stipend and travel seminar to all boards and agencies Qhe Methodist Church. fl-rj Ann Champion Gaynelle Miles, Sara Lowdermilk Norma Jean Wechtel Becky Williams Candidates For Master Cf Christian Education Degree im 9 an Theta Phi is an Honor Society for theological students, scholars in the field of religion, and outstand- ing religious leaders. The Society exists to encourage scholarship in religion and to fos- ter intellectual and eth- ical standards of the highest quality among religious leaders. in s rr f ' Theta Phi Candler Choraliers XQ- The Candler Cho- raliers of the Theol- ogy School is Well- known for its out- standing talent. The director of the Chora- liers is selected from the members. During the spring holidays, the group gave con- certs in churches and schools throughout Virginia, Tennessee, and Alabama. 2 -7----'W " vmvT ' rf uw 1 , my 155145, Bill Bostick Mrs. Jane Kibler M. Joe Parker Buddy Miller Senior lass Officers ' lk-. -My -wr XNVHWFG W' "Wing ?i3W'W-'U'W'Wi'T -, 1'M'W'WW"i,5,Ffv1sf HE if TM K 3 ,, 1-H N . N . E , H .Pm-rn ,H N w H H in w . .,. ff- Q H Y EV- , , ,, H WWW xg, H -' , 1. " ur H 3 EEE 532555 1-.L .W ww in A gs wfaexfszfs Y gsg-gramWww 'V-sw nm H xi M-W-,N ++ ff 565 , Yi ur, fl-rj jack Edwards, Ray Gibson, jimmy Ormon, not rhofwn: Carolyn Clayton. Middler Class Officers Theology :ui tae. ,, ligllfg if-' -"1":qQ Q:--ru 1 . -fi :' ,- ff- -ai 1 , -rv. -. . .aan -jf -1 f' '- , vr - ,, N -an-. , ,P f P , -' ' Kil ey Y ig Greene, Warren T... . Guttierrez, Milton ..... Hudson, David E.. .. Jiins, Sam D. .... . Kibler, Jane K.. . . Kyllonen. Mitchell Wayne .... . . . Lasater, John Allen ...... Levvard. James F.. . . . Lyda. Harold W. ...... . Maas. Calvin Wayne. . . . Noffsinger. Gerald ..... Parker. Marion Joe ..... Redding. Joseph T.. Jr.. .. Sanderson, Gary L. .... . Slife. William Frank .... l r A -. ll n ,Z P :PC 1 .V ' H 4 1 li , A' , 'ii' . wk Qozogeo ia W on o r eoeo J . af'-'-"' Ta '. 'X LJ! 'N M'-. 1' '- i - 5 ' I L L , 'En ' ..- --. f " f" 'W' Iliff , . ' ff I . -. P' Y -Q! x n i 'far n J 'fm 5 .43 1 . E if 3 i 5' is ,U .X ...f ' . " 5: i. X fn., 1 Q ru 'M all 1 L- i i .im ,BI . , 3' L r .. . vi f'g1-,,n A. . - 5i,:?:..5E5:3:.--,.,...i,i:. , --. . . -iz , 1:-ii-:wa , FT? iii! 1 , F235 ,Mg , 'T X- iv I-.5.-y- -4.1 iggggfw' . 1 e , I l IE S I 3 . .-- ., l X 1 qi . I ii i K A ' -4 Za" H 1 ll 4 W 1 ., -gil I .Yu -.f - i :J xl ' - va' is i. .ay 'FY ,il u 1 z l . - vm-if Y A . ,, 'f Seniors Asburst, Turpin Conway .... .... M ontgomery. Ala Beemer, Richard Lee ...... ...,. H enderson, lkiich. Brock. Donald .......... Burleson, Edison F. .. Clark. Donald Eugene . . . . . .Mayfield, Ky. . . .Pensacola. Fla. Cobb. George William .... .... B irmingham, Ala. Dailey. Marvin Ervin.. . DeLoach. Marvin T. . . . . Donnelly. Robert Bruce .... Felder. Hugh Robert. Jr.. . . . . . . .Clanton, Ala. . . .Statesboro. Ga. .. . . .Atlanta. Ga. . . . .Summit, Miss. ...win -'a j EEQX J. ' ' "i2:.'f.' As- ff J" Mg if. Q W Fetner. Franklin M.. .. ...... Roanoke, Ala. ff .- M , ff! 15' Aj, Fleenor, Jerry B. ....... . . . .... Bristol, Tenn. ' ' ' 5-354 Ti Q Flournoy, William W. .. ..... Buena Vista, Ga. ,ii P .4 EV. -f f ivgj- gig, I V. Frazier, Richard T. ..... . . . .... Decatur. Ga. - Kim , Gooch, William Luther .... .... V aldosta, Ga. Ti K, T . Q mr 5 S. , v:.'fi:.,.'1 v . ---- r L .--iifa 4 " -1, H -N 1- 1 - 1' -' 1 , ' i Y , in , Allb A IN lv V, Q D .1 i.: ....Pacolet Mills, S. C. f I ' Q P 5 ff .. . . .New Orleans, La. ir, . Sgr 3, . , f 4 .I 1- QVG- . ...... Dawson, Ga. ji. , if P 'Z' -i . . . . .Sparta, Tenn. 1 A ' z -.fi , JA ' - 3 M 1 . . . .Atlanta, Ga. P 'lf 1 ' - 'viii' f 3 " , ' , ' '-" A- . 2, ff' - X' a. N. xf e f . . lj - . ie 'rf . A-J - . V if, . y .Park Rapids, Minn. 1 il.-15. . . . . . . .Decatur, Ga. Ia..-T VL..." . . .Greenville, S. C. ' ' . . .Ellenwood, Ga. I . . . . .Lodi, Calif. F' 5'j'3, . . . .Nashville, . . . . . Statesville, . . .Knoxville, . . . . . Corunna, Tenn. N. C. Tenn. Mich. . . . . .Atlanta. Ga. J--. az ur IQ s -.- ..,..,f' Ai V I r "1 i -.a 5 'BN' X . ,':?.: 232' Ja Sneller, Donald W.. .... . Stephens, Carl Rubon ..... Strickland, Lewis W. .... . Thomas. Charles Rickard. . Vickers. Jr. Marvin Keron.. Walton, Asbury Bernard . . . . .Atlanta. Ga. . ..... Savannah, Ga. . . . ..... Hinesville. Ga. . . . Savannah, Ga. . . , . .Seale, Ala. Webb, Frederick, Beckham ..... ........... ly Iacon, Ga. Wechtel, Norma Jean ..... Williams, Carolyn Rebecca. St. Petersburg, Fla. . . . . ...... Woodstock, Ga. Windham, William Franklin ..... .,.. C ollege Park, Ga. Womack. Miles Kenan, Jr... . .... Quincy, Fla. Barlow, H. Eugene.. .......... Cairo, Ga. Baskin, James W. ...... ..... G reenville. S. C. Beam, Jerry Bostick .... .... T remout, Miss. Britt, James Marvin ..... .... B irrningham, Ala. Loveday, Lawrence J.. . . Bryant. Walter Snow ..... Buckner, Marvin Glenn. . . . . Clayton, Carolyn ..... . . . Clewis, D. Douglas. .. Cowan. John S. .... . Cruikshank. Robert E. .... Dalton, Perry M. .... .. Garrigues, Robert ........ Grimes, Ronald L. ........ . Hugaley, Bennie Frank, Jr. . . . . McCullough. Jack B.. . . . Neeld, Jennings A. ...... Norman, John Phillip ..... Oliver, William Wiley. . . . , 1 , - l if s li ., - " 7' Q Alaby, Jose Assan .... Arthur. Wesley E. ..... Barham, Ronald Jerry .... Barton, David William ..... Beaver, Randall E. ...... . Bowen. William Thomas. . . Case, Robert H. ......... . Champion, L. Ann ...... Cross. J. Walter ...... Crossman, Kenneth C.. . . Dickman, Charles T.. . . . Dilworth. John Edwin. . . East, Willard Russell .... Eldred. Eldon K. ..... . Fannin, Robert Eugene. . . . . .Birmingham, Ala. . .. .. .Tamna. Fla. . . . . . . . .Thomasville, Ga. W. Palm Beach. Fla. . . . . . . . .Cedartown, Ga. . . . . .Ramer, Ala. . . . . .Clanton, Fla. . . . . .Orlando. Fla. . . . .Clovis, N. M. . . . .Columbus. Ga. . . . . . .Plantation, Fla. . . . . Carbon Hill. Ala. .. . . .. . . .TamDa. Fla. . . . .Hnmeland, Florida . . . . . .Valdosta. Ga. . .Sao Paulo, Brazil . . . . . . .Roauoke, Va. . . . . .Meridian, Miss. . . .Huntsville, Ala. . .Kannapolis. N. C. . . . . . . .Baxley. Ga. McMinnville, Tenn. . . .Memnhis, Tenn. . . . . .Frostm'oof, Fla. . . . . .Toledo. Ohio . . . Gainesville, Fla. . . .ShreveDort, La. . . . .Louisville, Ky. . .Blanchard, Mich. . . . .Brooksville, Fla. i l :W D y ill Theology Ormon, Jimmy Vaughn. . . Peets. Thomas L. ....... . Phillips, Allen Albert, Jr... . Phillips. Terry Lamar .... Powell, Joseph Curtis .... Pressley. Clyde Feulner ...... Rutherford, James Halbert ..... Scott, James David ....... Shenton, A. O'Neil ....... Smith, Charles Matthew.. Speed. Larry Curtis .... Stephens, Ronny H.. . . . Stokes, Edward Boyd ..... Uselton, James E. ............. . , 'E' Le i, :V , rg' , Jr mu l U U 4 nl in ,H W., H .iv wx is lu W , Q . 1 . l 1 3 . . l 'v N 1. .e . . . . .Ellisville, Miss. . . . .New Orleans, La. . . . .Lincolnton. Ga. . . . . .Newnan. Ga. . . . .Lincolnton, Ga. .. . . . . .Selma, Ala. . . . .Knoxvil1e, Tenn. . . . . . .Marion. Va. . . . .Nubridge, Md. . . . .Louisville, Ga. . . . . .ColIins, Miss. . . . .Booneville, Miss. . . . .Statesville, N. C. . . . . . .Hereford. Texas U 1110 I'S Abbott Herbert- Ronald. . . ............. Winchester, Tenn. .Q 4 . V if V .V Nm. R H QW L' li? .1 .. f.,.m. . m'-'ii-.s'!, 'Ll ' A , '5::az,afj.::.g.. A ,wn",J"rii a 5,554 i ' muiviii , "4 rg ' '..' Ii in ,.. A -5' +231 LL" I H :ri . , - . i' mu m-' , ,- -" my -A Q' ll W . J, ,f ps -,. ,A qu V-1 J--A li 'w' 1.-0:41 5' 5' Q' as 5 - I '77 . ng . -f"' Q -. 1 ,. -- ' L U pl' ,ffm Theology "r a, , . :::: I ' ' x ,. - u x , , .. J I a.a so o so E525-'--gy I 1 If V rm ,I F iff ' Q fi. zgz , X51 4 ::1-. Q :I -,Q -W if J I - E . ., tis is 4 . 5, A ll Lowdermilk. Sara Louise .... Loy, James Harold ...... Mainor, Ben C. ....... . Middleton, James W. .... . Miles, Martha Gayoelle.. Mills. Grady Watson ...... . Mullinay. William Gordon.. Nave, Vaughn Milburn ..... Neal, Charles T. ....... . Page, Hugh S. ......., . ' fri 5. . . . . . . .Ashebor0. N. C . . . . . .Campbellsville, Ky .............Eufaula. Ala . . .Fort Walton Beach, Fla ...........Cullman, Ala. . ...... Waynesboro, Ga. . . . .Sandy Springs, S. C. . . . . .Kn0xville, Tenn, . . . . . . .Knoxvi11e. Tenn . . . .Murfreesboro, Tenn Farmer. Thomas Edison ....... . . .Mulberry, Fla. Fitzpatrick, Michael Gardner .... , . ...'.Birmingham, Ala. Fletcher, T. R .... ........... .... M o ss Point, Miss. Foust, William R. ......... Hall. Robert E. .... . Hammons, Thomas Lee, Jr.. . ..... Birmingham, Ala. . . . . .Marianna. Fla. . . . . . . .Athens. Ala. Hanger, John Howard ...... ........, M iami, Fla, Harrison, S. Clayton ...... Holland, Arthur Duane.. Hoover. Joan Short .... Hoover, Robert Willard .... Hyder, James D. ........ . Kittrell. Robert Harper. . . Lake, B. Hugh, Jr. ....... . . . .Waynesboro, Miss. . . . .Harrisburg, Ill. . . . . . .Rudd, Iowa ... . . . . .Rudd, Iowa . . . . .Anderson. S. C. . . . . . .Phenix City, Ala. . .... St. Petersburg. Fla. Langford, Ted Granville .... .... G reenwood, Miss. 'ff if 5 'A 1 N .I f 1 H W ' fl ' 's,,"iAbiJi ,f ., K-1 - 5' . -sz:-. .- .gmgzlh . . Y . r a Q I 1 T. r , l 'T J fir' Parker, Billy Joe .... Rice, Maxim Karl. . . . . . . . Riser. George Melvin. . ..... . Rogers, Theus Wesley, Jr... Seals, Thomas Archibald, Jr.: Sims. A. Gail .......... Smith, Loy Barrett ....... ........Newton, N. C. .ColumbiaViIle, Nlich. . . ..... Saluda, S. C. . . . .Denmark, S. C. . . . . .Orlando, Fla. New Lexington, Ohio . . . . . . .Lavonia, Ga. Sotzing, Julieanne. . . . . . . . . . . . . .... Bristol, Tenn. Tippens, Larry Kennedy. . . . . Turner. Otis ............. Wagnon, Leon Louis II .... Wellman, James H. .... . Wise. Denny C. ..... . Youtzy. Gerald R.. . . . Zahn, Fred ......... . . .Atlanta, Ga. . . . .A1bany, Ga. .......Union, S. C. . . . . .Foxworth, Miss. . . . . Goldsboro. N. C. . . . . .Geneseo, N. Y. . . . Marshall. Mo. . K 52 " " "' si ui H l A recent innovation has been the use of closed-circuit televisions which allow each student to see himself as he appears to others and thus make improvements in his manner of preaching. : Q'- is as H : mmnu i - ii ii .Sz in ii :ii 55,3 ' ' N 2 - wfm0'1m Sl'HWIN.,"'gQ'li.i"m"' it . div K , ' ' ' . M Cl-rj Wesley Arthur, Sara Lowdermilk, Russell East, Ron Grimes unction Staff ?f -vw! -vx 'Q- l Tj Q. ll 4,, 3: -fb"-fe ik 2 2' ...SEZEM W Q x . sNw'x M ' ' Hbcx , ,.-f ,av - . 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' ----: ,f , sind' Classes are often conducted on an informal basis. . i Dean Charles Lester discharges his administrative duties. Graduate Student Deepens Insights The graduate student occupies a unique niche in the academic World. He is at once a student and a teacher. As a teacher, he shares the knowl- edge he has accumulated with those of lesser experience. As a student, he realizes how inade- quate is his store of learning. Having completed one degree, he Works toward another more dif- ficult one, seeking to gain mastery of a specific field. In addition to accumulating facts, the graduate student attempts to organize his knowledge into a meaningful, viable pattern-a pattern relevant to his own life and bearing the stamp of his individuality. As he achieves increasing mastery of the outer reality of the World in which he lives, he simultaneously gains greater under- standing of the inner reality of the self. Ernory's Graduate School, designed to train scholars for positions of leadership, Was insti- tuted as a distinct division of the University in 1919. The School, currently under the direction of Dean Charles Lester, awards master's degrees in twenty-four disciplines and degrees of Doctor of Philosophy in eighteen. These degrees point toward a certain professional competency, but they also require a liberal arts background and include general education in their programs of study. At present there are approximately eight hundred students, four hundred full-time and four hundred part-time, fulfilling the requirements for an advanced degree. .. - 4 new ' L' Q SW i A candidate for a doctorate in English, james Bynum teaches a freshman poetry class. Sq . 11-1- . 'cm Z Robert Croker is examined by the Biology Department faculty, thus completing the requirements for the Ph,D. degree. Nunn? Graduate School E I I I' QI A ., 1 E 553' Hxmfjr f, f f'.' ,ml MARY E. GOLICH ..... LINDA J. GOOLSBY ,... ROBIN s. GRAHAM ..... '. . REBECCA A. HALYARD . RADFORD HAMILTON .... MARY C. HATCHER .... JANE G. HOBSON ....... CLAUDIA E. HOWLE .... JOHN D. HUTCHESON.. ANNE H. JOHNSON ..... ' ' EMILY R. JOHNSON.. HOWARD L. KELLEY. 1 .1 I . J if x V I 1 . . , .Chicago. Ill . . . . .ApoDka, Fla. . . .WestfieId, N. J . .... Atlanta, Ga .. . ...Atlanta Ga . . . . .Augusta Ga ...Andrews S. C J. JOSEPH ALLEN .......... TERRY V. ANDERSON ........ JAMES N. BLACK .............. MARY ANN BUTLER ....... ANN CATHEY CARVER .... RITA PING CHEN ........ ELLEN J. COFFEY ........ W. SIDNEY COOK. IV .... LYNN CROOK ........... MARGARET C. DALE ....... CHARLES R. EDWARDS ..... SHWIKAR ELWAN ......... KATHERINE M. ERDMAN.. . . . . . .Quitman, Ga. . . . .St. Paul, Minn. . .Atlanta. Ga. ELIZABETH B. BRUMMETT .... .......-.iBi.rmingham, Ala. .. ..... Carol Gables, Fla. MARGARET A. GI LLILAND .... 1 . . . . .Canton. N. C. . .... Taiwan, China . . . . . .Decatur, Ga. . . . . . . Covington. Ga. . . . .St. George, S. C. . . . . . . .Camden, Ala. ..Go1dsboro. N. C. . . . . .Cairo. U.A.R. . ..... Decatur. Ga. . Jacksonville, Fla. I A - : I-2 1 ' vu 4 I qqw Q Yadkinvi11e.' N. ci lf ? . . . .At1anta, Ga . . . .Atlanta, Ga . . . . .Easley, S. C. . . .Oglethorpe, Ga. 1 if , G 'HU Hit? I1m""'T? - is' ' a A A . A in ui, iw I uv 1 A., I -.QL-r , - uf. ii , , ,fy ' . SF ' 'I 1 'fs-1 ef ig wr' -. 5 1 I Q 'V .l - I , 1 ' :J -M .fl , QA. 'S' - - ,L 1 'UH V, rx L A A L A N ROBERT L. KOERKER ..... HELEN E. LITTLE ........ ROBERT L. MANNING... ANN F. MEBANE ........ ELOISE A. MELSON ..... FRANCES E. MELTON .... GRACE C. MOK ............. KEE CHUL NAM ........ . . . . .Midland. Mich. . . . . . .Kingsport, Tenn. THOMAS H. NEIGHBORS....'.'.-. WILLIAM M. PI CKARD .... THOMAS D. PIEPSZAK. . . . . PATRICIA S. PIERCE. . . . . LINDA L. RAY .......... FRANK W. ROEBUCK ..... EMORY W. SADLER ..... .. . . . . .Atlanta, Ga. Rocky Mount, N. C. . ,..,..... Miami. Fla. . . .Greenville, Miss. .Hong Kong, B.C.C. . . . . . .TaeiOn, Korea . . . . ...At1anta. Ga. . .Montgomersn Ala. .. . .TrentOn. N. J. . . . . .Dallas, Tex. . . . . . .Mobile. Ala. . . . .... Atlanta. Ga. ..Kena.nsvilIe, N. C. SCOTT C. SHAFFER .... MAXINE L. SHEER ....... JOSEPH G. SIRMONS ..... MARY E. SKINNER ..,.. KARL SPALVINS ..... JUDITH A. SPANGLER. .. CHARLES M. sPARAc1No.' f f f .' ROY STEADHAM ........ JANIE B. STONE .......... GAYLE L. STUBBS .... REBECCA G. VOLLMER ..... CHARLES E. WILKES. . . . INA JANE WUNDRAM .... Graduate School "H "WE F. - 5593? 3' xr. I. .3 E X. M... ......Tryon, N. c. 5: y - 5 A , . . . .Br00klyn. N- Y- T 1 an-., . A 'L':f.1i,.w4 , -- 5.1. J .. . . .Lake1and. Ga. . V Us 545 V 'ii' "W 1 -VL L 4 W ' .w - fZQ,3T'M " .L-'M -' " H '. 'ff . . . .Nassau. Bahamas LE. N5 Y .y ,M 1 zu. .,. ' . . . . .Cleve1and, Ohm T52 .3 , gl 4 V. 1 -. V fi. ff f . , U ' WEE: E ' 5:53, -:f-Ut - h 'N . " - A-WL' - M. . . -.'-.ze J - L ', . ...,Pear1sburg. Va. ' H , L 'B 1 . 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Naturally I wasn't in when they arrived, so in their zealousness to come out on time this year, they rifled through my room and made off with the Gideon Bible instead. Later they realized their mistake, and they came after my sun-bleached bones. fYup, if you go to Miami during the summer, you're sure to come back whitel. So at long last, here's my gazateer of the Year That's Been. September 1-Significant because Kal it was the beginning of September, and tbl Jerry Zeller became Dean of Men. In the year's best-kept secret, the Administration decided to give a local- boy-made-good another chance at school politics. Zeller also be- came the first DVS Man to amount to something worthwhile. September 8-10--Campus and potential politicians had their an- nual Field Day, as Freshman Camp convened at Rock Eagle. Nearly 80621 of the entering class attended, an important fact when you consider they should have been scared off by last year's ptomaine poisoning. September 10-With a hearty "Heigh-ho Madras! 350 Emory men made the annual Charge decided that Greekdom was made their annual haul. One to this year's pledge classes Rock Eagle. of Fraternity Row. Also, 200 females for them, too, and so the Sororities wonders what would have happened if there 'was ptomaine poisoning at September 14-Glenn Memorial had Standing Room Only for a change, as Dean Hebe Rece received the Jefferson Award, pre- sented annually to the outstanding faculty member. It was about time. September 24-The first Wheel came rolling out to nobody's sur- prise. And it contained nothing new, again to nobody's surprise. 24-25-"When in doubt, Retreat!" So Emory's leadership did just that, and headed off for two days at Callaway Gardens to figure out just what in hell they were supposed to do. The Leadership Retreat was a huge success, and even in spite of Glenn Pelham's ex- cellent speech, everyone came back reassurerd that all the BMOC's were equally naive, idealistic, and happy. September 25-WEMO started broadcasting on Fraternity Row, an incident which did little to help the air pollution problem. September 26-Coach Cooper established his treasured niche early this year, loudly proclaiming that he really intended to follow through on his plans for Freshman Athletics. September 28-The Barkley Forum came up with its answer to intercollegiate sports by starting a forensics training and tourna- ment program. Coach Pelham was in charge. October 1-The Wheel comes out for the second week in a row. October 4-The Student Center Board opened up its primary project for the year .... The Coke Lounge. Aimed at capturing those desiring a true "campus hangout," the Lounge was well- equipped with two pool tables on their last legs, a juke box, and . . . you guessed it, Coke. The room soon became a smashing suc- cess, as local pool sharks from Druid Hills High School frequented it. Nobody in Emory would go near it. October 8-Culture returned to Emory once more, as in a one week period, opera star Teresa Berganza and the Emory Chamber Guild performed. During the same week, the S.C.B. sponsored the film, "Grand Hotel." October 15-Once again The Wheel made a characteristic faux Compliments BARGE-THOMPSON, INCORPORATED Engineers and Contractors l4l5 Howell Mill Road, N.W. ATLANTA, GEORGIA COLUMBIA WORK-MODEL FORMERS Features 0 Accurate models 1 f ' . . sr' ,s as f,g,., 52 ', ::a-'egg-:1. . , ' ' Controlled dimensions I ' as 0 ReaClY for immediate use I I f :Eff - -' 'E . 0 Preserves and protects 1 ,ly 'g,, . . , .F L' ef "TF 'fl .iff fi t. Hilti if. 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Y., 10010 EMORY UNIVERSITY GRADUATE AND PROFESSIONAL STUDENT HOUSING 1523g2QEfDCfg'jLQ2jjTfggogihfggfjgjgljgf5Eng par, coming out with a lead headline of UGREEKS, CLIMAX DUE TOMORROW." Those in the know realized they were re- ferring to social intercourse of the Greek Week variety, which was about to end up its annual hoop-la. October 16-The Brothers Four gave the annual Greek Week concert. The event was marked by an outstanding performance and an apathetic audience. fBut they were coolly Later that night the Georgian Terrace Hotel contained the dance, with Wallace Broth- ers and comedian Will Mercer entertaining. Anyone remember the dance? Oh yes . . . we forgot to mention the IFC Sing. IFC Sing. And Sigma Chi won it, to the surprise of practically nobody ex- cept the KA's. October 20-Archon appears for the first time this year, selling at 50 smackers an issue. Most people kicked in an extra quarter and bought Playboy instead. October 22-Emory makes the Bigtime again, as Time acknowl- edges Dr. Altizer as one of the leaders in the "God Is Dead" Cru- sade. This is done in the same tone as if Time was recognizing Benedict Arnold as one of the fathers of the American Revolution. October 23-IndO threw its annual "Sadie Hawkins Day," com- plete with former Dean of Men john Pershing as Marryin' Sam. Several fraternity pledges learned how to climb trees, but to no avail . . . the wall-climbing girls were up there right after them. October 24-The Atlanta Journal-Constitution came out with a special supplement on Emory, reeking of a glossy public relations job. It was interesting to read, though, when you got done with the comics. October Z5-As students dreamed of not crossing picket lines to attend classes, Emory's employees started agitating for higher wages and better working conditions. Several meetings were held, but little was accomplished . . . rumor has it that each worker was given a free Coke and sent home. October 27-The Yerkes Regional Primate Center opens, causing residents in the area to reinforce their houses, lest some gorilla should come calling one night. Campus gossip has it that some pens have been put aside for student disciplinary cases, but the Honor Council declines to comment. October 29-The MERIT Program is announced, with a mini- mum goal of S25 million set. The Board of Trustees orders a horse- shoe placed above the door of the Board room, and gives each member a rabbit's foot. October 29-Intellectualism arrives at Emory, as a previously- frustrated group of students pull off "Conversation: Vietnam." Headlining the program with Norman Thomas and Eugene Pat- terson, the "Conversation" leaders managed to evoke extracurricu- lar curiosity among their fellows, and draw admirable crowds to Glenn Memorial. October 29-Otis Turner sings his Swan Song as Wheel Editor, as Ken Ray arrives with a Belly Flop. Needless to say, the news- paper starts sinking. Thankfully, it couldn't go much further. October 31-Student leaders meet with former President Eisen- hower, to con him into appearing in the upcoming "Horizons 66." lke reclines the invitation, but offers to help find a replacement. Suggestions include Nixon, Scranton and Mamie. November 1-Freshman elections open, and as fast as leaves fall from a tree, posters are put up. Sixty-five people enter the compe- tition for the twelve available positions. November 4-The annual war is on, as George Fox writes a Wheel column calling for a "Bag Lunch Day." The plans have every student pick up a sandwich and drink, then going to the cafeteria to eat it, thereby economically boycotting Cox Hall, The campus laughs as Mrs. jenkens throws a tantrum and serves spin- ach soutlle six days in a row. November 6-A Longstreet resident tried to brew some coffee, and set his room on fire instead. The occasion marks the lirst dorm Housewarming of the year, with three firetrucks present. Long- street residents alternately cheer the fire and firemen on. Note: while checking the room afterward, Housing Head Don Moore finds a bottle of vodka underneath the charred mattress, takes it with him. November 12-A Constitutional Referendum is held, and thanks to an editorial, the numerous sections are voted down. Mark Compliments of Your Friendly WO0LWORTH'S Twenty-two Stores in Greater Atlanta to Serve You DUNLAP AND COMPANY Insurance Since 1895 Walter T. Chandler '07 Madison S. Massey '24 Charles Howard Candler Ill '52 Joseph M. Fambrough '33 E. Thomas Johnson, Jr. '48 Candler Building ATLANTA GEORGIA READY to help you build your practice in prosthetics with the finest of craftsmanship, service and materials. KIRKLAND 81 McCI.ESKY Dental Laboratory 88 CURRIER ST. Stu. 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"' l WORK-AND-STORAGE CENTERS TAILORED FOR THE DENTAL OPERATORY An entirely new cabinet ideal A complete selection of work-and-storage centers positioned where you need them for more productive, less fatiguing oflice hours. Cost less-can be installed easily. Hamilton MANUFACTURING COMPANY TWO RIVERS, WISCONSIN "All right, who is first ?" Frankel, the Senate's Constitution Man, considers setting fire to himself in the middle of the Quadrangle. November 14-Ralph McGill addresses an informal meeting of Dobbs Hall residents. The session was the first in a series of "Colloquys," but probably the most far-reaching. See january 4th. November 15-The Emory Eagles win their twelfth straight game, defeating Davidson college. tBy the way, the Eagles play s0ccer.j The game is a first for Emory, with spectators, a parade, and general carousing in the stands. Slightly shaken by seeing Emoryites supporting them for a change, the Eagles lost their next game. November 16-The God is Dead feud continues, with the Nefw York Time: and the Atlanta Journal adding fuel. A 1948 alumnus takes an ad in the Journal urging others not to contribute to Emory until the infidel is fired. Theology's Dean Cannon issues a state- ment, "God is not dead at Emory," making everyone wonder whether Cannon is hiding Him somewhere in Bishops Hall. The University Board of Trustees keeps silent for a while, then issues a statement respecting Dr. Altizer's right to say what he wants. The student body stays confused through the melee, except for one junior who swore he saw God at Moes and Joes one night. November 18-Well how about that!!! The 1965 Campuses ar- rived, only two days before Martha Laird was to be hung in efligy. Circle K announces that 300 pints of blood were donated last week. The event was planned to coincide with midterms. November 23-Larry Woods, Bill Boice, Don Fowler and Wee Willie Walters debate Emory to a first place win in the regional Delta Sigma Rho-Tau Kappa Alpha tournament. Glenn Pelham orders a new trophy case. December 1-For the first time in its life, The Phoenix comes out on time. Reaction is overwhelming, as all 2500 copies are snapped up within a day. "Cox Hall Food Stinks" placemats are seen in the cafeteria . . . with faculty members as well as students. The only bad reaction comes from UG's Dean of Men, who reacts unfavor- ably CPD to the article, "Life at the University of Georgia, or How 1 Gi - at k- I Earned My Second High School Diploma." The writer is almost kicked out of school. December Z-The Administration announces its latest stream- lining technique: during prereistration, students sign up for two quaters at a time. To say this proved to be a mistake would be a gross understatement. December 4-5-Dr. Lemmons and his gang packed 'ern in again for their annual Christmas Concert. Students leave afterward with renewed hopes of getting through finals safely. December 5-The day comes early for Fraternity Row, as Empty Stocking Day drags the Greeks out of their beds early Sunday morning. Lured on by the throught of lukewarm hot chocolate and clammy doughnuts, Emory's delegation spends the morning waking people up in retaliation. December 13-Finals strike fear throughout the campus. KNOW how's that for a cliche?l January 4--A chaotic registration, brightened only by the ap- pearance of the Znd Phoenix. Students wonder why the copies are being sold. The Editors wonder why the copies are being bought. Students are welcomed back at registration with a special is- sue of the Wheel proclaiming "ARirmation: Vietnam." All the Georgia bigwigs were sponsors for the program, and the three- pronged project was to culminate in a big Atlanta Stadium cele- bration. Symbolic foreshadowing: the day "AHirmation" was an- nounced in Atlanta, it rained. january 6-Progress knows no bounds at Emory. After a strenuous week of renovation, the AMB offices get pushed around. The Alumni Publications get the old downstairs area affectionately known as l'The Catacombs." Student Publications get shunted up three flights of stairs to air-conditioned facilities, this area soon gets the name of "The Belfry." January 13-U.S. Representatve Bo Callaway announces on the floor of the House of Representatives that Secretary of State Dean Rusk will be the principal speaker at the "Aflirmation: Vietnam" rally. 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January 20-Joe Dickey walks off with first place in the annual Show and Tell of Emory . . . the Alpha Chi Capers. january 22-The Student Center Board gets bugged about over- organization and coordination, so it establishes a Coordination Committee. This was done on the premise that the only way to beat red tape is to create more red tape. january 25-The Field House turns into a ballroom, as Emory's alumni met for the Annual Birthday Party. The MERIT program is officially announced, as Chairman William Bowdoin starts col- lecting the presents. January 27-Noted economist Barbara Ward talks in Glenn Memorial. Thanks to the professors who made it a requirement for their courses there's a pretty good crowd. January 28-Dobbs Hall votes to go "wet," while Longstreet, Means and Winship decide to stay "dry." Makes you wonder where the still is. . . January 30-Hermes arrives, and becomes the first Emory pub- lication to be both financially and intellectually free. The first issue covers everything from "Afiirmation" to Wagner, making most peo- ple question how soon the editors will run out of diatribes. February 3-Sally Wilson, President of the Executive House Council strikes back at The Wheel for the latter's attacks on her organization. Eventually her soapbox crumbles, and the girls or- ganize under a new banner with newer rules. February 7-The "new" Creative Arts Festival kicks off, with Dr. Altizer and Dr. Stokes kicking around whether or not God has kicked off. No lightening reported in the area, but a few halos are spotted. February 10-The word is out, to nobody's surprise. Dean David W. Robinson has resigned to accept a position at the University of Wisconsin--Milwaukee. Students wonder who next year's De- parting Dean will be, as chuckles are heard from the vicinity of West Georgia College in Carrollton. February 12-Rain, rain, rain . . . but 15,639 people swim out to Atlanta Stadium for the "Aflirmation: Vietnam" rally. Everyone gets drenched, Dean Rusk forgets his speech and ad-libs, and at least one Georgia mayor goes away mad. As one War Critic has said, "Nobody knows enough to get out of the rain." February 14-Phase Two of the Creative Arts Festival brings on the outstanding event of the year. A dramatic reading of "John Brown's Body" is presented, with Marsha Houston, Kirk Quillian and Steve Bastedo dividing the honors. Only one criticism . . . it's too bad more Emory students didn't come out to watch. They'll never know what they missed. February 17-Extracurricular learning strikes another high note. The "Assembly on Activism" is presented, with "Aflirmation's,' Sutton, Peace Corps' Chakow, SNCC's Julian Bond, and YAF's Houston tossing the barbs. The event fills the AMB Auditorium, as Atlantans pick up seats where students leave off. At this point a germ of an idea starts, with Emory assuming a consistent, re- sponsible place in community affairs. February 28-The H.M.S. Pinafore sets sail in the AMB, as the Glee Club and Chorale grab oars and paddle through the most successful musical presentation of the year. After the show, Dr. Lemmonds can be seen riding the crest of a popularity wave. March 3-The paper's headline says, USELECTIVE SERVICE ELIMINATES ALL EMORY 2-S DEFERMENTS,', and a whole- sale riot is almost touched off. The Phoenix staff took over the Wheel for a week, and sent a pile of students rushing to transfer, quit school, and enlist before the supposed "All-Out" program went into effect. For those who were smart enough to read on, they quickly learned of the "AHirmation: God" project, the new Vene- real Disease Center, and "Three Delts: make a Tri-Delt." March 3-Georgia House Speaker George T. Smith addresses the Law School under a new program of the Student Bar Asso- ciation. The event is tl1e first in a series bringing top political names to the campus. Kudos to Bob Bell, President of the S.B.A. March 10-Another retirement is announced. After 46 years of being everything from Gym Teacher to head of the Geology Dept., Dr. James Lester decides to retire. This goes to prove the old saying, "Old geology professors never die . . . they just keep losing their marbles." March 12-Winter Quarter Finals start. Record crowds discover the joys of Batman. March 28-A day that will go down in infamous history . . . Way down. The "new" registration is held, without time cards, recent preregistration, or any ray of sanity. Chaos breaks loose only ten minutes after the doors open. Word goes out that classes may start a day late in order to leave enough time to get everyone out of the gym. April 1-2-"Conservatism in the South" was the theme of the first Horizons '66, and from audience attendance, you'd think Con- servatism was dead. Speakers included Senator Strom Thurmond, George Schuyler, and Tom Van Sickle. Meanwhile, campus wags begin to wonder if the Senate, College Council and S.C.B. shouldn't keep to themsevles from now on. On April Znd, the movie "Wuth- ering Heights" was presented in the AMBg the show in Glenn was later dubbed "Withering Heights." April 7-Dean Fagg reported in good condition, after being de- clared pretty hot stuff. He had been meditating on the life of a Vietnamese Budhist, when his apartment caught on fire. April 8-9-The annual flood of High School Seniors swamp Emory for Senior Day. Over 500 hopefuls attend the lectures and discussions, then choke down box lunches. Saturday nite the fra- ternities formally start rush, having sneaked as many brothers as possible into the Friday nite dance. April 13-Senator Richard Russell is conned into, speaking to Emory on Congress. April 14-The Robber Barons arrive. The Atwalkee fMilanta?J Braves play their first game, and the campus is noticeably quiet. April 14-The Office of Economic Opportunity gives Emory a S380,000 -contract to study poverty. Students wonder if poverty isn't spelled "MERIT." April 16-Alpha Epsilon Delta brings its national convention to Emory, with the President of the American Medical Association as principal speaker. Participating students suddenly discover strong distaste for medicare. April 22-If at first you don't succeed .... The Student Senate tries another push to get a Constitution passed. Most Emoryites vote with the usual amount of apathy, but some zealots try to prove the whole thing a farce by stuffing the ballot box. After inserting thirty falsified ballots en masse, they quit in disgust. Trouble Was, they didn't prove anything new. P.S. The constitution passed. April 23-It's Hammer-Nail-Paper Mache Week on Fraternity Row. April 27-In the midst of a drenching downpour, Sanford S. Dooley rises from a grave dug in front of the library. Immediately after appearing, he starts on his annual teacher persecution. First stop: the English Department, where one angry teacher asks if Dooley symbolizes the sex life of the Emory student. Never at a loss for an answer, Dooley writes on the board: "Teachers who have no sex life shouldn't talk." April 30-Saturday afternoon finds the Platters and Major Lance in concert . . . 'nuf said about that. Later on, the Medallions are scheduled to play at the evening dance, but are held up over a traffic ticket in Lawrenceville. Jim Wynn contemplates suicide, but happily the band shows up two hours late. The dance was also significant because for the FIRST time at an Emory function, there was an open bar. Will wonders never cease? May 1-WEMO is one year old. General Manager Rhoda Deutschman receives a number of sympathy cards. May 5-It's Open Season on Trees again, as Spring Elections kick off in its usual banal spirit. 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Reacting to the situation, one naive freshman wants to know if D.V.S. would now make Jim a Social Affiliate or some- thing. May 13-After six weeks of blood, sweat, and called meetings, Alpha Chi Omega walks off with First Prize in the Panbellenic Sing. Most of the girls spent the entire evening sucking lemons before they went on, but one sorority ate their hearts out . . . when it was their time to perform, their song leader hadn't shown up yet. Huzzah! Emily Balz is named Miss Emory for 1966-67. May 14-Parent's Weekend wraps up with Senator Hu'min Tal- madge speeching at Honor's Day. Dean Robinson receives both the Honorary Senior Award and Yearbook Dedication, making some people wonder if a new tradition hadn't been started last year. Mike Kelly receives the Brittain Award, and Mrs. Freddie Ford, having returned to school from her family, cops the top academic honors. May 16-The fourth Phoenix of the year come out. This time it takes only six hours to have all 3000 copies disappear. fWas any- body having a paper drive?J May 19-Dean Zeller is named new head of Student Affairs. Active students, realizing the tightness of the existing situation, start booking appointments with him for next year. May 20-The Resident Women's Association elects officers, and desperately hope that the old House Council will be buried and never dug up again. Elsewhere on the female scene, the sorority girls rack up in the Sigma Chi Derby and ATO Sweepstakes. May 26-Phi Beta Kappa keys go to 54 initiates. Alumni are thus reassured that not all of Emory is going to the dogs. May Z9-Three-hundred pounds of rotten tomatoes, fish entrails, Hour, feathers, chocolate syrup . . . mix 'em together and you've got the first annual Phoenix Aggression Rally. Six-hundred people turn out to watch the festivities, and the story is reported in papers as far away as West Germany. Only one sour note: one alumnus read about the Rally in the New York Times, and wrote Dean Strickland about participating in such undignified events. She wrote back: "It was fun." Attagirl!! june 4--The day arrives bright and sunny, but few people notice . . . final exams start. June 13-It looks like an early Halloween, as the Quadrangle is filled with people in multi-colored robes for graduation. The tem- perature at 8:30 a.m. is 760, but few people are deterred, much less the speakers. Degrees are awarded, and a special prize is given to one undergraduate who claims he had heard of all the honorary degree recipients before that day. An that was the Emory Year 1965-1966. It was a good time for the school, for never before had so many significant and important events shaken the campus. Altizer, "Conversation," "Afiirmation," the Activism Assembly . . . it was quite a year, and Emory made its mark. 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F FSIICCS Britt, James M.. 374 Britt, Jane E., 363 Britt, Marjorie A.. 168. 262 Britton, Arthur M.. 199, 274 Britton. Theodore S. Broadbear, Michael W. Broadrick, Gary L., 352 Brock. Beniamin B. Brock, Howard T., 262 Brock. Hugh W. Brock. J. Donald. 374 Brock, Marilyn L.. 239 Brock. Mary E.. 161. 330 Brodsky. David M. Bromberg, Barry B. Bromberg. Edward 114. 180, 274 Brook, Susan L. Brooker, Reginald J.. 342, 351 B rooks, B rooks. Charles H.. 189. 274 Charles P.. 305, 313 Brooks. Jennifer W. Brooks, Patricia J., 178, 239 Brooks. Brooks. Broome. Sandra A. VV. Scott Simone. 164. 239 Brubaker, Thomas A., 201, 274 Bruce. James M.. 262 Brumby, Jessie N. Brummett E. B., 382 Bruner, Benie E., 59. 162, 239 Bruner, Cavid R.. 315 Brunson. Donald E., 60, 71, 190. 261, 263 Brunt, Gwinne T., 348 Brush. Robert E. Brutvan, William J. Bryan, George W. Bryan, William A. Bryant. Julia M.. 162. 252 Bryant, Thomas E.. 320 Bryant. Walter S.. 375 Buchman, Joseph K. Buck. William G.. 304, 315 Buckner. Nlarvin G., 375 Buell, Guy V. Bueno. Anibal A. Buff. ldalee D.. 164. 239 Buhler, Karen A. Buhrow, Jack A.. 191. 274 Bullard. John F. Bullington. Joseph Bulloch. William F.. 187. 253 Bullock, Lewis H.. 198, 239 Bumgardner, James D., 114 Bunn. Lewis A. Buntin, Robert M.. 301, 306. 313 Burden. Anthony C. Burdine, Linda A., 367 Burgamy, Connie E.. 95. 174, 253 Burger, Leon R. Burke. Anne D. Burke, Richard W.. 202. 263 Burke. Sandra M.. 95, 172. 253 Burket. Marsha C.. 176. 263 Burkholder, Robert S. Burleson. Edison F.. 374 Burnes, Carol A.. 367 Burnett. Clifford F. Burnett, Ellowene R. Burnett. Gordon B., 306, 313 Burnham. Cheryl S., 174. 263 Burns, Charles B. Burns. Barbara L., 176. 263 Burns. Jacqueline. 174. 253 Burns. Mildred R. Burrows, Sally A.. 162, 239 Burstone, Marvin S. Burton, Dorothy J., 172. 274 Burton, Joseph L., 253 Busbee, Benjamin R., 199, 274 Campbell. James M.. 328 Campbell. June M.. 362 Campbell. Leonidas L.. 185. 275 Campbell. Nan B.. 160. 275 Campbell. Sammy C.. 342. 352 Campbell. Sarah A., 1178, 253 Campbell. Wm. W. Chen. Chi Chiu Chen. Rita Ping. 382 Chen, Rita Ping Cheney. Wallace H., 188. 263 , Cherniak. Judith B., 164. 263 Cherry. Maurice S. Cherry, Patricia L. Chesbrough. Myrasands Candler, Mary Ann, 367 Canham, Douglas E. Canipelli, Joseph H.. 108 Canipelli. Kevin V.. 192. 291 Cannon. Linda J., 239 Cannon, Wm. Z. Canterbury. Wm.. A., 253 Cantrell, James G.. 352 Cantwell, Ann R.. 174, 239 J Cantwell. Danny V. Capes, Johnny L.. 304 Caraballo. Virginia Caranante, Samuel S.. 304. 312. Caraway. James E. Carico, Winfred L. Carlisle, Ronald L.. 55 Carlisle, Washington H. Carlock. James D.. 275 Carlock. Thomas S., 57. 63. 320. 326. 328 Carlson, John E. Carlyle. Samuel J.. 198. 239 Cai-mack. Floyd Carnell, Lucile E., 367 Carpenter, Harris D. Carpenter. Josephine, 253 Carpenter, Philip G. Carpenter, Sarah J.. 168 Carr, James C., 330 Carr, James C. Carrier, Dorothy J.. 168. 275 Carrier, Wm. E., 288. 290 Carringer. Dennis C. Carroll, Thomas L.. 192. 253 Carson, Helen J. Carswell, Julia K.. 176, 239 Cheshire. Joanne, 253 Chestnutt, Lon B. Chew. Beverly G., 168. 253 Chivington, David R., 275 Cho, Cho ng Nahm Chou. Henwell H. Y. Christensen, Barbara. 174. 239. . Christopher. George M.. 308. 310 Christopher. Joan P. Chu. Ling Chun, San Cho ' Chunn. David H. Cilberti, John R., 344, 353 Cissna. Virginia C.. 176. 263 Citron. Helen R. Citron, Stanley, 63 Clardy. Katina C.. 95. 166, 263 Clark, Benjamin C. Clark, Charles B.. 313 V Clark David B. 253 cnfkf David Mi Clark. Donald E., 374 Clark, Dorothy G. Clark. Clark, E. Culpepper, 330 Glenn R. Clark. James E.. 313 Clark, Jelfrey I. Clark. Lindsey J., 263 Clark, Lizabeth. 162 Clark, Marjorie J. Clark. lylartha E., 362 Clark, Martina L. Clark, Norman Wayne Clark. Sarah Katherine, 365 Clark Shirley E. 253 ciafkf William vv. 370 Cartee. James C. Carter, Ann V. Carter. Edwin C. Carter. Irene B. Carter, Lemuel C. Carter, Malinda D. Carter. Manley L., 183. 275 Carter, Rebecca A., 162. 263 Carter. Sandy B. Carter, Stephen D. Carter, Tom Carter. Trudy H. Bush, Carol T. Bush. Harriet E. Bush. Ray B., 263 Bush, Stephen G. Bush. Thomas J.. 304. 312 Bushlo Butche Butler. Butler. Butler. per, Lida C., 253 r. David R. Douglas H. George B.. 189, 274 Jo Ann. 263 Carver. Ann A., 382 Carver, John B. Case, Robert H. Cass, Michael M. Cassellani, Robert J., 328 Castleberry. Robert 201 Caston, Hugh R., 304, 315 Cates, Charles W.. 182, 253 Cates, Mary Eliz. 362 Cates, J. L., 310 Clarke, Della S. Clarke. James H., 239 Clay. Wm. L. Clayton, Carolyn, 375 Clayton. Joan K. Cleaver. Michael W., 196. 253 Clement, Juel W. Clements, Jane A., 275 ' Clements. Wm. A. Clemmer. Frank D.. 263 Corbett, H. Duncan Clemmons. Alice V., 166. 275 Clemmons, Mary H., 192 ' Cleveland. John Q.. 342. 348 Cleveland. Clifford D.. 330 Cleveland. Lyn, 168, 275. Clewis, Denver D.. 375 V Clinard, Betty Sue, 166. 263 Clots, Mary F., 364 Clothier, Robert F.. 187. 275 i Cloud, William D., 263 Clower, Martha A. Coates, Elverson D.. 304, 313 Coates, John S. Cobb, Frances R., 176. 275 Cobb, George, 374 Cobb, James L.. 157, 308, 313 Cobb, John H. 239 Cobb, Melba J., 59, 172, 201, 360. 364 Cobb, Robert A. Cobb, Sarah K. Cobb, Wm. N., 308, 313 Coble. Robert V., 186, 263 Cocalis, Alexander Cocalis, Patricia W. Cock, John P. Coefield, Alfred J. Coffey. Ellen J., 382 Cogburn, John M. 330 Coggins, Nancy C., 364 Cornell, Charles H. Cornett, Linda L. Cornwall, Suzanne F. Correll, Donald R., 202. 263 Corvin, Jackie W. Cosper. Johnny H. Costrini, Nicholas V. Cotten. Edward M. Couch, Gayle H.. 174, 240 Coulter, Gary L. Coulter, Martha L., 172. 240 Coursey, Dawn A.. 363. 365 Courtney. Claire L., 176. 275 Courtney. Lee F. Cowan, Emory G. Cowan, John S., 375 Cowan. Raymond P. Cowart, Douglas O. Cowart, Harold M. Cowart. Janice J. Index Davis Alice C. Davis Arthur T. Davis, Charlotte M. Davis. Don A. Davis Edgar Q. Davis Gladys Patricia. 263 Davis Guy C.. 342, 344, 353 Davis Jacquelyn L.. 275 Davis, James H. Davis, Lamar W., 263 Davis. Louis L. Davis Michael J. Davis, Paul B. Davis Sally A.. 364 Davis, Thomas A., 56 Dawson, Sylvia A., 263 Day, Michael .A. Day. Peter W.. 55 Day, Robert E., 114 Cohen, Edward S. Cohen, Elliott N. Cohen, Gilbert H. Cohen. Jerome B. Cohen, Jerry A.. 96, 253 Cohen, Larry E.. 303, 310 Cohen, Max J., 200 Cohen, Michael J.. 180, 275 Cohen, Michael Joseph Cohen, Richard D. Cohen, Richard M., 275 Cohen, Sandra S. Cohen Solomon 180 303. 313 Cowen, Stephen S., 275 Cowles, Robert L. Cown, Anne E., 315 Cox, Fred D., 240 Cox, Rhonda. 78 Cox, Terry Ann, 178. 240 Crafton, Steven M.. 275 Crain, Eloise H.. 168. 275 Crain, Nancy C., 75 Cramer, Ardis L. Crane, Beverly, 176, 253 Cranford. Beauford F. Crawford, Jerry L. Cohn. Robert S.. 180. 291 Cohn, Sanford A. Coil, Robert F. Coke, George S.. 253 Coker, John C. Colby, Wendell S., 192, 263 Cole, Edward G., 203, 291 Cole, Emried D., 92, 96, 253 Cole, Larose M. Cole, Lee M.. 275 Cole, Paul L. Coleman, Gregory, 275 Coleman, Claire, 263 Coleman, Joseph H., 308, 315 Coleman, Robert N. Coley, Paul A.. 198, 251, 253 Coley. Sandra F., 161. 239 Collins, Braswell E.. 198. 240 Collins, James F. Coltrane, Bobbie D., 365 Colvard, David M. Colwell, Judith D., 178. 263 Combs, Marion F. Cone, Allie L. Cone. Sallie M., 172, 263 Conger, Elizabeth A., 240 Conger. Mary Nell. 162, 263 Crecely, Roger W. Crecente. Christopher, 253 Creech, John G. Creegan, Francis A.. 366. 367 Crepet, Pierre L. Cresygell, Richard W.. 183, 272. 27 Crocco, Louis A., 202, 240 Crockard, Craig S. Croft, Barbara Kent. 160. 263 Croft, Thomas H. Croker, Robert A., 381 Crone, Douglas Crook, Lynn, 382 Cross, Jay W. Crosby. Oscar Crossman. Kenneth C. Crosswell, Suzanne E., 160, 263 Crowder, Miles K. Croud, W.. 200 Croxton, Claire E.. 253 Crudup, Edward A. Cruikshank, Robert E.. 375 Crump, Hoyt W., 263 Cubbage, Laurence J . Culbertson. William, 192 Culbreth, Patricia A., 240 Coo er Conger. William R. Connal 272, ly, Terry Sue, 71. 74, 176, 275 Conner, Brenda J.. 253 Conner, Paul D.. 308. 315 Conner, Robert M., 306, 313 Conner Connol Conyer William S. ly, Thomas E. s, Christopher T. Cook. Ellis P.. 191. 275 Cook, James T., 344, 353 Cook John W. Cook, Lauree L. Cook, Mary K.. 160, 275 Cook, Raymond Lawrence. 76, 275 Cook, Robert L.. 183. 263 Cook. Stanley G.. 328 Cook, Walter H. Cook, William E.. 240 Cook, William S.. 382 Cooke, David, 253 Cooke. James D.. 182 Cooke, John Graves, 275 Cooley, Hoke S. Cooley, Ray L., 304, 315 Cooper . Clarence. 183 Cooper, Elizabeth D.. 162. 263 Cooper, Joseph C., 275 Cooper , Lawrence E., 346. 352 Cooper, Marrs M., 308, 310 Nanc A 170 263 Culbreth, William E.. 306, 313 Cullens, Joseph R. Culpepper, Emily E.. 178. 263 Culpepper, William D. Cunningham. Alice J. Cunningham. Mary A. Cureton. Mary Frances, 168, 253 Currie, Diana J., 365 Curry, Eugene L. Curry, Wayne A. Custer, Henry C. Cutler, Verne E., 240 Czermak, Charles L.. 342. 348 -D- Dagostino, Robert, 330 Dailey, Marvin E.. 374 Dale, James I., 310 Dale. Margaret C.. 382 Dalton, Perry M., 375 Dammann, Carrell L. Danek, Thomas A. Daniel Diane A..'172. 263 Daniel, Harold T. Daniel Howard G. Daniel, Van W., S6 Daniel Virginia F., 176, 263 Danieli, Roy B.. 187. 275 D - Y -1 . Cooper. Ronald B., 203, 275 Cooper. Susan D. Cooper, Susanne Cooper, Wiley B. Cooper, William D., 240 Copeland, Arthur J. Copeland, Frank M. Coppedge, Edward P.. 290 Cornelius, Llewellyna. 176, 275 Daniels Gladys, 367 Daniels, Marion L. Dann, Philip W. Darby. Robert W.. 25,3 Dare. Robert C. Darling. Diane. 290 Dasher, Joseph W.. 304, 310 Davenport, James A.. 108 Davenport. Richard A. David, Jemel N. Deal, Davey R. Dean. Jordan A., 342. 344, 353 Dean. Michael P., 196, 264 Dearen Donna C., 168. 275 Deaton, Dorsey M. Deaton, Gary F., 86. 275 Deaton, Patricia L.. 364 Debardelaben. James, 71, 203, 272, 275 Debele. Charles M., 328 DeCamp, Michael B. Dechenaux, Marguerite, 275 Deck, Norman R.. 108 Decker, Frances L., 56, 170, 264 Decker, Joseph F., 199, 275 Deeb. Larry C., 195. 275 DeFoor, Patricia A. DeGant, Julie G., 275 Dehler, Raymond L., 301, 310 Deibler, Dale L., 313 Deimling, Margaret W.. 330 Dekle, James C. Dekle, Larry C. Deklerk. Peter Delaney, James E., 184, 264 Deldin, Lauren S., 61. 156. 166. 264 Delgado, John Dennis Delman, Michael S., 181, 276 Deloach, Marvin T., 374 Deloach, Tony M., 306, 313 Delong, Ernest H. Deluce, John H., 330 DeLung, Harry L. DeMartino, Bruce K. DeMore, Carlin H., 56. 78, 264 Dempsey. Nancy R. Dennis, Normand A. Denney, Larry E. Dennis, John T. Denny, Pamela, 160, 240 Denson, William F., 330 Dent. Joel H.. 370 Denton, Deryl J., 172, 264 DePew, Kenneth C., 276 DePuy, Wallace S.. 308, 315 Deriso, Walter H., 60, 68, 75. 190. 261. 264 Derrick, Rodney S., 276 Destephano, Sherryl C., 264 Deutschman. Rhoda G.. 55, 61. 92 103. 240 DeVane, Susan K.. 174, 253 DeVaney Edward D. Devens, John S. Devereux, Curtiss R. Devuyst, Ross A. Dew, Beverly S., 172 Dew, James H., 60, 264 Dewey. Michael T. DeWoskin, Nancee S. D'Huyvetter, Suzanne C.. 162. 264 Dial, Rebecca L., 172, 240 Dias. Peter F.. 188. 264 Dick Hazel L. Dickey. Joseph T.. 77, 288 Dickinson, Charlotte M. Dickman, Charles T. Dickson, Carol A., 367 Diddle, Jane E., 168, 240 Diehl, Sharon L., 166. 276 Dill, Ralph L. Dilworth, John E. Dinwoodie, Winston O. Diorio, David A. Director, Steven M., 200, 276 Dishner, Sharon V.. 166. 264 Dix, Cheryl Kay, 95, 172, 253 Dixon, Carol A., 172, 276 Doak. Day Ann, 168, 264 Dobbs, Denny M. Dobbs, Joan D., 264 Dobes, William L. Dodd, Robert L. Dodeliu, Shirley A., 172. 264 Dollar, John M., 290 Dolvin, John T. Domingos, Nancy L., 163, 240 Domma, Pearl A., 362 Donnelly, Robert B., 374 Donner, Arlyne J. Donner, Gary W. Doris, John M., 304. 312 Dorminy, John H. Dorminy, William J. Dorta, Bernado N. Doster, Joseph A. Dowd, John M. Dowdell, James Dowell, Valerie F. Dowling, Wilbur R. Doyle, Robert E., 197, 276 Dozier, Norman K.. 314 Drake, Thomas M. Drake, David, 326. 330 Draper, Juanita C.. 55. 161, 240 Draughon. John A.. 199, 276 Drawhorn, John E. Drecksler, Howard T.. 205. 276 Driskell, William C., 330 Driver, Eugene H. Drummond, Jerry W.. 116, 240 Drummond, John P., 116, 203. 240 Duarte, Julio M. DuBose, Flora K., 172. 264 Dudley, Charles L., 253 Dudley, Margaret C. Dufford. Lynne L., 364 Duke, Lucy L. Dukes, Daphine D. Dumas, Laura C.. 264 Dumas, Laura J.. 240 Dunaway. John M. Dunbar, Ronald G. Dunbar, S., 201 Dunbar, Scott D., 276 Duncan, Barbara J., 168, 365 Duncan. Jerome B.. 304. 314 Dungan. Susan P., 166. 240 Dunivin, Barbara, 240 Dunn, Ann H.. 160. 264 Dunk, William C., 182, 253 Dunn, Clyde H. Dunn, Paul, 298 Dunn. William P., 308. 312 Dunning, Phil T., 240 Dunson, Gail E., 168, 276 Dunson, William C. Dupuy, David H., 201. 240 Durden. Robert J., 201. 276 Durham, Bryant L. Duttera, James T., 254 Duvall, Thomas O., 200, 330 Dworet, Frazier M.. 192. 254 Dyar. Kathryn W.. 55, 241 Dyer, Charles Lorton Dykes, Nancy J., 174. 276 Dysart, James H., 276 Dziewienski. Roman A. -E- Eaddy, Sarah L., 160, 276 Eadon, Nina E. Eagerton, Gwendolyn A., 367 Eargle, Carole D., 172, 264 Earls, Ray C. Earnest. Robert R. Earnest, Rose G. East, Willard R.. 375, 377 Eastridge. Ralph R., 344, 352 Eaton, Lowell W. Echols, Stanley D., 63 Eddleman, Henry C., 276 Edenfield, T. Keen Edentield, Willis J., 190. 264 Edens, Janice L. Edens, John A. Edmondson, James L., 194, 276 Edmondson, George H., 190. 375 Edwards, Charles R., 382 Edwards, James B. Edwards, James C. Edwards Edwards , John C., 264. 373 , Mary C.. 166, 254 Edwards, Pierce J. Edwards, Stephen L. Edwards, Thomas W. Edwards. Walter C.. 342, 344, 353 Edwards . William A. Freeman Egan, Edmund A. Egerton, Charles H., 57. 53. 203, 289. 291 Eggleston, Phyllis D. Ehlers. James A., 342, 344, 351 Ehringer, Claudia M., 364 Eidson, Susan F.. 276 Eldred. Eldon K. Elizardi, David J., 199. 276 Ellington, Douglas J. Ellington, Eric P., 254 Ellington. Sara F., 172, 241 Index Ferguson. Lucian M.. 254 Ferguson, Margaret M.. 176. 276 Ferguson, Robert C.. 198, 264 Ferguson. Thomas C. Ferguson. William J., 193. 276 Freeman, Charles W., 194. 241 Freeman , Donald Wayne. 195, 276 Freeman. Gary P.. 254 Freeman. Joe Littleton , Sallie Elliott, Arthur J. Elliott, James E., 328 Elliott, Jeanette F., 162, 367 Elliott. Luanne H. Ellis. Harry V. Ellis. Marion J.. 254 Ellis, Ellis, Mary R. Wiliam C.. 276 Elmer. Richard A.. 114, 194. 264 Elrod. Sandra E.. 364 Elwan, Shwikar I., 382 Emerson. David G., 254 Emerson, Marshal H. Emmons, Garland W. Eng, Virginia. 160. 264 Engelman, David R.. 344. 353 English, Charlotte. 160, 360, 365 English. Donna K. English, Gary C. Entrekin, Nina M., 178. 367 EDDes, John W. Emile. Donald G. Epps, James R., 328 Epstein, Irvin B.. 204. 264 Erdman. Katherine M., 382 Eriksson, Virginia E.. 179. 254 Erman, Hans S. Ertel. John P., 108. 241 Erwin. Margaret A.. 178. 276 Eschinger, Nlarilyn A. Eslcridge, Frank L., 264 Estes, Andrew W. Estes, INT.. 174 Etherton, William J. FHUS- Gehres, Evans Evans . Ann C., 176. 264 , Charles A., 322 Evans, Corliss J. Evans, Dale L., 264 Evans, David A. Evans. David J.. 276 Evans Hiram B. Evans, Jane Ann, 162, 276 Evans, Larry H. Evans, Lynda L.. 74. 176. 264 Evans Orinda. 330 Evans. Robert J., 326. 330 Evans Roger K., 276 Evans. Rose W., 162, 276 Everitt, Jack M., 200, 254 Exon, Carolan Eyles. Mary A., 264 Eyman, Russell G., 306, 315 Ezzard. Nancy V.. 353 -11.- Faclcler, Charles W., 183. 276 Faddis. Jo Fagg. William S., 191. 276 Faggioni, Martino S., 306, 314 Darryl L., 188. 264 Fannin, Robert E. Fanning. Mary Jo, 178. 276 Farabow. Joan C.. 241 Farmer, Thomas E.. 376 Farr. James H. Farrell, Susan C., 168. 254 Farrell. William C.. 315 Farthing. Margaret L.. 362 Faulkner. Betty L.. 170. 276 Faulkner. Clyde W. Fausett. Stephen A. Fayssoux, Francis P., 160. 276 Fears, Jesse R., 55 Federal, Robert K. Fehd. Joel J.. 195. 276 Feild. John M. Feild. William M. Feinberg. Dennis A., 254 Felder. Hugh R., 374 Feldman, Joel M. Felker, Donald M. Felkins, Mahlon S. Fenster, Harold A., 180, 241 Feorino. Paul M. Ferber, Stephen C. Ferguson. John H., 306, 314 Fernandez, Dennis R.. 309, 312 Ferris, Robert E.. 241 Ferris, Thomas L.. 276 Fertig, Katherine A., 71, 162. 272. 276 Fetko. George C. Fetner, Franklin, 374 Fetters. David V.. 342. 344, 353 Fienberg. Margo L., 164. 254 Fierman, Martin L. Field. J. M., 309. 310 Fife, Richard B., 188, 254 Fillmer, Dorothy C. Filsoof, Foad Fred. 324, 328 Finch, Charles S.. 353 Findeison. Janis M.. 162, 264 Findley. Edward L.. 195. 276 Fink. Arthur K.. 92, 99 Finkel, Charles E., 315 Finkelstein, Linda C.. 76, 254 Finkelstein, Nathan I., 180. 264 Finley. Joseph C., 346, 348 Finley. Larry G., 276 Finn, Linda L. Finney. Collin D. Fischer, Charles K., 342, 348 Fischer, Richard A. Fisher, David H. Fisher. Richard S. Fitzgerald. Wendell T. Fitzpatrick, Madge F. Fitzpatrick. Michael, 376 Flaschner, Alan B. Flatau. Nancy P.. 162. 264 Fleck. Sally J., 178, 241 Fleenor. Jerry B.. 374 Fleishman, Neill H. Fleming. Julian D.. 321 Fleming, Madge D., 174, 241 Fletcher, Taze R.. 376 Flexner. Richard D. Flint. Andrew Florence, Graydnn W., 190. 290 Flournoy, Wm. W.. 374 Flowers, Howard C. Flowers. Mary A.. 276 Floyd. Jerry K., 74. 172. 254 Fly, Marsha P., 74. 177. 254 Flynn William E. Foerst. Joseph R. Fogle. George E.. 309, 310 Fogle, Nlartha H.. 160, 241 Followill, Dexter C.. 187. 254 Fooks, Linda B.. 162, 276 Foots. Michael. 254 Ford, Mrs. Freddie T.. 241 Ford. Roger C. Fordyce. Michael W. Foreman, Carol S., 164. 254 Forney, Lanis Forrester, Julian O.. 324. 328 Forrester, Lucy B.. 321, 328 Forrester, Waymon H. Forry. Robert H.. 61, 98. 193. 272. 276 Forst, Dane G.. 304. 315 Fort, Ronnie L., 182. 254 Fortnnda. Donald E.. 264 Fossett. Sara N. Foster, Gurdon R., 190. 254 Foust, Wm. R., 376 Fouts, Michael L., 200 Fowler. David G.. 194, 241 Fowler, Don W.. 241 Fowler. Glenda A.. 162, 276 Fowler Lloyd B.. 326, 330 Fowler. Sigrid H. Fox. George M.. 70. 80, 92, 100. 204. 241 Fox Hayward M.. 180, 241 Fox. James A.. 290 Fox, Laura C.. 170 Fox. Michael L.. 182, 254 Fox, Stephen D. Franco, Ramon S., Frankel, Mark S., 60. 75, 88, 159. 204. 261. 264 Franklin, Rosemary F. Franklin, Shannon Frantzis, Theodosios G.. 306, 310 Frazier, Richard T.. 374 Fred. Stephen R., 315 Fredrick, Robert M.. 56 Freedman, Louis Martin Freeman. Archibald N. French, Charles C. French, Russell R. French, Sandra Marie, 179, 241 Friedberg. Lila G. Friedlander. Jack P. Friedman, Harris L., 113. 181, 277 Friedman. Michael. 180, 264 Frilingos, Anthony B.. 295, 309. 312 Fry, Douglas, S.. 182, 264 Fudger, Arthur W. Fuller, Teressa L., 277 Fuller, William E., 342. 348 Fuller, William F. Fulton, Travis R. Funk, Ira D. 181, 277 Funke, Carole A.. 168. 254 Furner, James W. -G- Giles, Jackson T., 116 Giles. Judith R., 170, 265 Gillaspie, William Gillen. Susan M.. 168, 265 Gillen. William A. Gillespie, Jack B. Gillespie. Jan E.. 168. 265 Gilliland, Margaret A., 382 Gilmer. Arthur C. Gilmer, Harry W. Gingold, Ira D., 180. 265 Gingrich, Newton L. Girardeau, John E., 326, 330 Givens. Julia A., 254 Glascock. Violet E., 129. 172, 265 Glass, Leonard N., 180. 241 Glass, Reeder Glessven, Ray L.. 314 Glenn, Martha G., 241 Glickman. Harold B.. 180, 254 Glickman. William H. Glover. Billy A. Glover, John T. Glover. Kenneth P. Go, Betty Godfrey, Alice J.. 367 Godown, Marion S., 172. 265 Gadbois, Ronald R.. 304. 315 Gaddy. Russell G. Gage, Hugh B. Gaines. Kenneth J.. 197. 277 Gallaudet. Richard L. Galloway. Asher B., 277 Galloway. Edward E., 370 Galtere. Glenn A. Gamble. Steven A.. 187. 277 Gambrell, Diane, 367 Gammage, Mary K., 277 Gammage. Teressa M., 367 Gammon, William R. Gann, Richard L., 198, 264 Garber, Paul L., 264 Gardner, Else M. Gardner, Lillian L., 178, 241 Garland, Catherine R., 176, 277 Garland, Luann L., 254 Goerss. Ronald A., 61, 188. 265 Goette r, William E. Goldberg. Aaron S.. 326 Goldberg. Howard M., 254 Goldberg. Sanford B.. 330 Golden, Edward R. Goldston. Steven Golich, Mary E., 382 Gonzalez, Jorge A. Gooch, Gooch, Sara K.. 74. 172, 254 William L., 374 Goodgame, James R. Goodin, Robert B.. 277 Goodman, Albert D. Goodman. Barry S. Goodman, Craig R.. 75, 290 Goodroe,.Richard N., 301. 309, 312 Goodwin, Jonathan H.. 194. 254 Garner. Judith A., 277. 362 Garner, Julia S.. Garner, Marcia T., 176, 277 Garner, Richard H., 264 Garrett. Arthur R. Garrett, Floyd P. Garrett. Mildred E., 178, 254 Garrett, Richard B., 277 Garrett, Richard E. Garrett, Ronald F., 254 Garrett, Shirley A. Garrett, William R. Garrigues, Robert G.. 375 Garrison, Ella P.. 362 Garrison, Webb B. Garthe, Gordon E. Garwer, R., 200 Garvin, Thomas D.. 309, 310 Gasaway, John M. Gates, Greg J. Gauntz. Sandra K.. 170. 376 Gause, Rufus H. Gay. Ed Gay. Ra Har T. lvh G. Gay. Rhodes. 277 Gay. Robert D. Gay, Sandra Lee, 241 James A. Goodwin. Lawrence E. Goodwin. Nancy G.. 170. 277 Goodyear, Julia A.. 162. 265 Goolsby, Linda J.. 382 Gorback, Norman R.. 303, 314 Gordon. Jack B.. 180. 265 Gordon, Mary J. Gordon. Richard Gorod, Herbert, 180. 291. 292 Gossett Albert 241 Gould. Neal J., 204, 254 Gourlie, Susan A.. 98. 174. 265 Gower, Charles A., 198, 330 Grabbe. Mary L. Grace, William W., 198. 241 Graetz. Michael J., 180, 291 Graff. Jeffrey Graham, Elizabeth G.. 172 Graham, Janet W., 166, 241 Graham, Robin S., 382 Graham, Sara E.. 265 Grammaze, M.. 174 Grainger, Christopher, 185. 277 Granade, James A.. 306, 314 Grant. Judith A.. 265 Graves, Pattie C. Graves, Varney A. Gray, Betty. 254 Gehring, Donald D. Geis. Edward A., 186. 264 Geist, William E. Geldbart. Jack J. Gelzer, John F. Gendel, Charles L.. 346. 348 Genins, Amelia J. Gerber, Leslie E. Gerling, Mary E. Gershon, Ruth H. Gerson, Edwin S. Gerson, Ronald B.. 180. 265 Gerum, Peter L., 254 Ghesouiere, Mary. 168, 265 Gibbs, John N. 277 Gibbs. Robert A. Gibson, Charlotte A. Gibson. David A. Gibson, Nancy K. Gibson, Raymond W., 63, 373 Gifford, Robert R. Giglio, James C. Gignilliat, W. R. Gilbert. Herman M.. 265 Gilchrist, Kenneth W., 321, 326. 328 Gray. James L. Gray. Sara E.. 178 Green. John H. Green. Josh D. Green, Lawrence E.. 204, 254 Green, Martha A.. 254 Green, Mary B. Green, Paula A. Green, Robert M., 265 Green, Wesley E.. 344. 353 Greenberg. Richard A. Greene, Ellen B. Greene. Judy W. Greene, Katherine E.. 86. 178. 265 Greene. Sharon E.. 171, 265 Greene, Thomas W. Greene , Warren T., 374 Greenhill, Joel D.. 181, 277 Greer, Greer, Greer. Greer, Greer, Gregg. Bill S. Charles C.. 348 Harry A. Judith E., 265 William T. James R. Gregg. Kenneth W. Gregor y, Eva L.. 166, 254 Hea Grentner. Charles G. Gresham, Robert M. Gresham, Thomas P., 324. 330 Grey, James C., 192, 254 GriHin, Harold H. Griffin, Leland H., 299. 309. 310 Hamilton, Radford C., 382 Hamilton, Rebecca, 255 Hamilton, Sara C. Hamilton, Thomas W. Hamling, Jeffrey C.. 182 Hamm. C. Jerome Index Haynes, Linda L. Hayes. Rachel F. Hays, Charles F. Hays, William A. , Hazzard, Anna K. rl, George B.. 242 Griflin, Marsha L.. 74, 265 Griflis, A. Lewis Griffith, Beniamin. 200. 241 Griflith, Frank J. Griffith, Lloyd E. Grimes, Ira B.. 75. 183. 277 Grimes, Ronald L., 64. 375, 377 Grimmett. Linda A., 56. 171. 265 Grizzard, William S., 182. 265 Grode, Michael J., 344. 349 Grullman, Robert A.. 303. 312 Gronbeck. David Groover, Patricia A., 178. 265 Gross, Leon R.. 181, 277 Gross. Robert J.. 349 Grossfield, Rena E. Grossman. Kenneth E. Grove, Wendell L.. 370 Groves, Elynor P. Grow, Rosemary D. Grubbs. Kenneth. 184. 255 Grunewald. Mark H.. 181, 277 Grynkewich, Nancy E.. 176, 242 Guddin, R., 201 Guerrero, J. Eugene Guerrero, Jeannie M.. 255 Guess, William M. Guice. Stephen L., 76, 198 Gulick, Priscilla L. Gullickson, John C.. 328 Gumb, Raymond D. Gumbert, Eva L. Gunnels, Charles, 184, 242 Gunter. Frederick M.. 306. 312 Gunter, Virginia G.. 360, 366, 367 Gurganus, Jane W. Gurley, James B. Guthrie. L. C. Haak, Richard B. Horton. Harrison. Hill Guthrie, Travis L. Guttierrez, Milton P., 374 MH.- Haas. William M. Hackman. Robert C., 182. 265 Hadley. Phillip W. Hagan, Carl E., 300, 308. 310 Hager, Edward A. Haggard, Theodore M. 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Pamela B.. 168, 277 Heyer. Edwin E.. 265 Hibbard. Laurence R., 277 Hicks. Charles F. Hiers. John T., 255 Higdon, James J. Higgins. Samuel O. High. James A. Hizhsmith, Robert S. Hivht. Tony H., 320. 324, 328 Hihn, Craig E. Hilburn. Presley J.. 162. 278 Hill. Beniamin A. Sally A.. 362 Harris. Thrae L. Harrison. Charles T., 187. 277 Harrison, Marion B.. 172, 255 Harrison, N. Margaret, 95 Harrison, Robert A., 61. 200, 265 Samuel C.. 376 Hill, Charles D. Hill. Julius Hill. Patricia L.. 166. 265 Hill, Robert A. Hill. Tommie A., 278 er, Robert D.. 306. 311 348. 349 Haley. Nedom A. Hall Arthur L., 194. 255 Hall Carl F. Hall, James H. Hall, James R. Hall, Joe H., 265 Hall, John L., 277. 310 Hall, John M. Hall, Michael C.. 196, 265 Hall. Hall Hall Robert E., 195. 277. 376 Sheldon T. Stanley W., 242 Hallman, Harry W. Hallman, Lorraine K.. 168. 265 Halper, Michael 1. Halperin, Howard G., 181, 277 Halpern, Norman B. Halstead, Charles L. 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Silas D., 309, 311 McClain, John D., 324, 329 McClane, Glenn E., 311 McClellan, Mary J. McClemens, David J. McClung, Jerrold L., 314 McClure, Beverly, 367 McClure, Christopher E.. 324, 331 McCord, John D. McCullagh, James M., 343, 345 McCullough, Jack B., 376 McCullough. Richard E., 188. 267 lVlcCumber, Betty A. McCurdy, Lawrence E., 307, 314 McCutcheon, William H. McDaniel. Roy T., 192, 267 McDaniel, William G., 89, 192, 267 McDevitt, Michael J., 190, 267 McDonald, Elvyn J. McDonnell, Florence A., 56, 267 McDow. William L., 113, 267 lVlcDowell, Charles R., 184, 245 McDuf1ie, John R., 256 McDuHie, Kurt C., 186. 267 McEachern, Daryle E.. 163 McEachern, Dixie L., 280 Mclilhancy. Aubrey D., 193, 280 Mclilhenny, George, Jr. McElroy, Beniamin R. McElvey, Linda A., 177. 280 Mcliadyen. Richard E. McFall, Timothy McGarity, Margaret D., 161, 280 McGarry, Garry C. McGaughey, Ruth A.. 168, 237. 245 McGee, Colouitt M., 329 McGee. Patrick J., 329 McGee. Susan R. McGehee, Lizabeth, 173. 280 lX4cGehee, Michael H. McGiboney. Marie B., 362 McGill, Charles. 56. 108, 182, 267 Nlabel, Robert NI. McGill, John H.. 190, 256 McGill. Robert D., 190. 256 McGill, Robyn M. 173, 280 McGinty, McGinty, Douglas T. Patrick, 245 McGlasson, Howard A., 324, 329 McGlinchey. Bruce McGrath. Frank B. McGraw. Stanley E. McGuire, Thomas H., 95, 280 McGuire, William, III McHenry, Sally E.. 168. 256 Mcllwain, Harris, 201, 280 Mcllwain, James E., Jr. lwclntosh, Bruce J.. 55, 57, 64, 188. 245 Mclntosh, William, 202, 256 McIntyre, Garlan S., 295. 307. 314 McKee. Melvin J. McKeen, Susan C. lV1cKennn, Katherine A.. 280 McKenna. McKenzie, McKibben M.. 178 Earl Richard D.. 307. 314 MacCartney. John D. MacCaughelty, Thomas, 342, 354 Mack, Julius L. Mack. Linda N., 177, 256 Mackey. James L. Mackey, Kathleen E. hiackey. Susan J., 168. 256 MacMenomay, Arthur E.. 312 MacNabb, George M., 345. 349 MacNabb, Joseph. 57. 64. 190. 244 Madden. John J. Maddox. Joseph J.. 90. 92, 97, 193. 267 Nfaffeo, Patricia A., 267 Magarian Gregory J., 244 Maggiore. Joseph J.. 307. 314 Mahen, Kenneth W., 194. 256 hlahr, Aaron L., 189. 279 Maier. Mark P., 202. 267 Main, Patricia H., 290 Main, Selene A.. 257 Mainor, Ben C., 376 Mainorana, Joseph J. Maioros, Lucie C. Malcom, George E. Malcom. Horace, 267 Malec, David R. Mallard, Charles E. hlallu, Pamela K., 173. 279 Malmborg, Robert G.. 196. 257 Malone, Ellis L., 196, 244 hdalone, George H. Malone, Michele A., 167, 267 Maltbie, Allen A., 354 Melveaux, Eugene J. Manchester, Margaret W. lylandell, Jane B. Maness. James H. Mange. Gerald B. Mangum. Marilyn G.. 173. 280 lylann, Elizabeth L., 74. 177, 257 lyfanning, Lonnie Manning Robert L., 382 Manry, Theo R. Manry, Katherine, 90. 95. 267 Mansker. Linda B., 164. 257 Manting. George Marbut, Beverly Ann. 49. 70, 163. 280 Marchant, Kerford A. Marchetti, Richard A., 321 Marcus, Jud, 181. 280 Marder, Maryann. 164. 280 Margeson, Kenneth L. Margalin, Robert R. Margolis, Lawrence D. Marks. Ann G. Marlin. Gerald M.. 180. 267 Marsh. Mary D.. 257 McKibbin, Janet B., 178, 256 McKinney, Philip M.. 190, 268 McKinney, Thomas R., 186, 245 McKinnon, Michael A., 188. 268 McKinnon. Robert G.. 184, 268 McCoon, Gerry C., 168. 280 McLarty, Edwin L.. 198. 268 McLarty, Paul M.. 326. 329 McLaughlin, Charles R., 256 McLaughlin, Dennis L. McLaughlin, Ellen W. McLaughlin, Jack M. McLaughlin, Rupert W. lVlcLaughlin, William H., 305, 314 McLeod, Louis W., 188, 268 McLeod, Lionel P. McMahon, Patricia D., 321 lVIcManus, James M.. 256 McMichael, Eleanor A., 50, 70. 163. 256 McMillan, Elvira C. McMillan, Mary L. McMorris, Jewell E. McMullen, Robert J. Marshall. B. Christine hlarshall, Linda S. Nlarshall, Margaret I., 267 Marshall, Mary Lou. 173, 364 Marshall, Robert A., 324, 330 Nlartens, Laura K.. 177, 267 Martin Alva L., 195. 280 Nlartin Biemann A.. 267 Martin Daniel C., 108 Martin, Jane H.. 367 hiartin John K., 202 Martin Jon. 267 Martin June H. Martin Kenneth G., 182. 267 Nlartin. Le Roy L. Martin Leslie E., 367 Martin Mary Ellen, 167, 257 Martin Nancy, 244 Martin Patricia A. Martin, Randall P. Martin, Randolph P., 353 Martin Virginia L. Martin, Wyman, 201. 244 Martinez, Feliz J. McMurray, Jennifer. 168. 256 McMurry. Richard McNatt. Eugene N. Mash, John F. Mashburn. Martha, 280 Mason, Dan E. Mason. David W. Mason. James H., 295, 307, 314 Mason, Joanne B. Mason. Wiley R. Index Mitchell, Jeffrey. 200. 268 Mitchell, Lois R. Mitchell, Ronald L. Mitchell, Thomas J. Murphy. Joseph E., 301 Murphy, Michael C., 326. 330 Murray, Wm. J. Musson, Thomas M., 200, 268 Morse, Massey. Joe B. Massey. Murphy W., 315 Matchette, Robert B., 244. 305 Matheny. Martha J. Mathews, Henry M. Mathews, William G.. 280 Mathews, William R., 315 Mattasits. Thomas A. Matthews, Beverly A.. 171. 267 Matthews, Howard A. Matthews. Jane O.. 168, 244 Matthews, Oliver P., 56, 182, 267 Mattina. Peter J. Mattox. Kendrick W. Mau, Douglas W.. 202. 267 Mauldin, Larry D.. 291. 292 Mauney, Wm. M. Maxwell, Eugenia B. Maxwell, Mildred J.. 167. 367 May. Faye C. May, George W. Mayer. Allen G. Mayes. Guy Wm.. 62. 257 Mayo. Dennis W. Mayo, George W., 198, 257 Mayo, Ralph E. Mazzawi, Hugh N. Mead, Gordon M.. 189. 280 Meals, James Means, Wm, E.. 280 Mebane, Ann F., 382 Medley. Tamar R., 367 Medori. Eugene A. Meek. Albert E.. 113 Mees, Donald E.. 342, 351 MeGaw, Judith M., 171, 280 Meiere, Elizabeth F., 331 Mciere, Paul L., 326 Melson, Eloise A., 382 Melton, Frances F., 382 Melton, Martin L., 257 Mendeloff, Susan M.. 157, 164, 245 Mensing, Raymond C. Mercer. Bobbie L.. 174, 360. 365 Meredith, Gerald R. Meredith, Wendell C. Merkel, James K.. 245 lVlerman, Jan H. Merrill. Charles B., 326. 329 Merrill, Wm. H., 326. 331 Merritt, Bradley S. Merritt, Claire, 174, 245 Merritt. Mary S., 174. 280 Merritt. Roger J., 204, 268 Merry J. Bradford Mertins, Anne C., 163, 257 Metcalf, Pauline W. Metz, Richard H. Meyer, J. Pat Meyer, Michele J.. 164. 268 Mickey. Wm. L., 290 Middlebrooks, Patricia, 69. 97, 169. 257 Middleton, James W., 376 Mikell, Frank L., 89. 201, 280 Miles, John Henry Miles, Martha G., 371, 376 Miles. Winifred M. Milford, Jon D., 199, 280 Miller, Carol L., 167, 268 Mitchell, Wm. W. Mixon, John D., 311 Mize, Donald L., 187, 280 Moate, Linda C.. 129, 161, 257 Mobley, Edne H. Mobley, Lawrence F.. 280 Mobley, Thomas B., 193. 268 Mobley, Verne G., 367 Mock. William E. Moen, Lynne R.. 170, 257 Mok. Grace Chi Keung, 382 Moler, Paul E., 257 Molinaro, John R., 345, 354 Moncrief, James B., 307. 315 Moncrief, Martha N.. 178, 257 Monkman Cynthia L., 169, 280 Montgomery, Patricia, 245, 268 Montgomery. Patrick E. Montgomery. Walter R. Montgomery, William D.. 199 Moon, Charles F. Mooney. Gwendolyn, 161. 257 Moore, Abner G., 198. 309, 312 Moore, Cecil E.. 55, 245 Moore, Charles A., 268 Moore. Clayton W.. 320, 326, 331 Moore, David, 181. 280 Moore George R. Moore, John Wm., 198 Moore. Joseph O., 55. 57. 58. 64. 72. 237. 245 Moore, Karen E.. 161, 245 Moore,'Laura A. Moore, Monica Jean, 177, 365 Moore, Nancy Lee Moore, Paul Lee Moore, Robert J. Moore, Sara G. W., Mrs. Moorer, Joseph P. Moorer, Chuck, 280 Moorer, Mary Ellen, 367 Moorman, Guy W., 307, 315 Moorman, Thomas W., 200. 268 Moran, Harry E. Morang, James E.. 305, 312 Morey, Annasaheb V. Mo rga n, Marilyn. 173. 280 Morgan. Mary M., 173, 280 Morgan, Michael W., 81, 257 Morgan, Porter P. Morgan, Ronald C. Morphy. Odette M. Morris Morris Morris , Brenda Joy. 245 . Henry B., 268 , Jackson L., 245 Morris, John Daniel. 280 Morris, Jon L. Morris, Mark W. Morris, Robert E. Morris, Terry E., 280 Morrison, Barbara Ann, 46, 173, 191. 268 Morrison, Louise S. Morrison, Paul Douglas. 204. 257 Morriss, Winston H., 102, 257 Morrow. Cathleen L., 157. 177, 245 Morrow. Jane B., 74, 177, 268 Morrow. Stephen E.. 301 John C. Muther, Daniel D. Myers, Myers, Myers, Myers. John David Rebecca L., 161. 257 Robert B. Robert L., 108 Myers, Scotta Jo., 177. 257 Myers, Stuart Myers. Wiliam R. Mykel, Maurice C. -N- Naas. John T., 257 Nabors, Jackie M. Nam. Kee Chul, 382 Nandy. Nardin Tapati T. Leonee C.. 257 Nash, Carol E., 163, 268 Nash, Mary E., 161, 281 Nave, Vaughn Milburn, 376 Neal. Charles T., 376 Neal, Henry A.. 316 Neal, Donald S. Neal Nancy E., 362 Neal, Richard W. Nease, Bobby G. Neel. Sara E., 173. 281 Neeld, Jennings A., 375 Neely. Elizabeth E. Neely. Frederick L.. 191, 245 Neg. Catherine H., 281 Neifer. Jeraldine K., 161, 268 Neighbors, Thomas H., 382 Neikirk, Terry L., 193, 290 Nelson, Carl A. Nelson, David A., 183, 281 Nelson. Donald O. Nelson, Eric R. Nelson, Ernest J. Nelson, Marsha L., 268 Nelson, Robert S.. 345, 349 Nesbitt, William C.. 268 Nesmith, Henry Rudolph Nesmith, Render E. Neuhauser, Marline E., 178, 245 Nevitt, Stephen H. New. Clay H. Newlin, Nina B., 169, 281 Newman, James E. Newman, John F. Newman, Joseph W., 89, 281 Newman. Newman, Newman, Linda E.. 167, 257 Robert B. Simon L., 181, 281 Newmark, Ephraim M.. 180, 245 Newton, Edward T. Newton. Nancy E. Newton, Norman E. Newton. William E. Ng, Anne R. Nichol, Aleene M. Nichols, Jan, 169, 268 Nichols. John A., 331 Nichols, Margaret F., 177. 257 Nichols, Oscar T., 325. 329 Nigota, Joseph A. Nipper, Brenna. 74, 167. 257 Nisbet, John R. Nishimura, Shin Gilber Miller, Charles S., 245 Miller, Chester O., 342. 349 Miller, Eblen G. Miller. Emmett H.. 312 Miller, James S., 268 Miller, John R. Miller, John T. Miller, Jonathan L.. 280 Miller, Larry A.. 202. 245. 257 Miller, Linda J., 364 Miller, Neal M. Miller, Rebecca J., 161, 280 Miller. Robert B.. 346. 349 Miller. Ruth W., 268 Miller Thomas M. Milikin, Elizabeth B. Mills, Grady W., 376 Mills. Rena G. Mingledorif, Richard, 280 Mintz, Harold R., 305. 312 Mishoe, James G. Mitchell, Charles S. Mitchell. Douglas A., 108, 201, 28 0 Mitchel Mitchel l, Edgar K., 268 l, George L., 245 Morton. Mary Ann Moseley. Joanna F., 173, 245 Moses, Alvin R. Moses Michael A., 61, 181, 257 Mosteller. Robert C. Motes, Robert A. Motley, William W. Moulton, Elizabeth G., 171, 245 Moulton, John W. Moulton, Victor G.. 292 Mozley. John A., 329 Mozley. Samuel C. Mozley. Thomas N. Mozzer, Joseph W. Mugg. Gregory Mullens. Wm. E.. 199, 280 Mullinax, William G.. 376 Mullins, Homer Stewart Mullis, James W.. 182. 280 Mullis, Lawton H., 245 Mumford. Esther W. Mumpower, Gordon M., 257 Mundy, George E.. 203, 280 Muratori, Raymond J. Murphy, Diane M. Murphy, Frederick E., 307, 315 Nobe, James W.. 281 Noblitt, Hubert D. Noffsinger. Gerald, 374 Nohlgren, Sally J.. 166, 257 Nonidez, Jose F., 246 Norman, John P. 375 Norred. William P., 186, 246 Norris, John P., 190, 257 Norris, M., 161, 257 North, James W. Norton. Dolly P., 179, 281 Norton, Frank Norton. John A.. 309. 312 Nugent, Jeffrey T. Nunan. Walter E. Nunn, George F., 193, 345 Nunnally. Jeanette K.. 280 Nuss, Merrill E. Nyberg. Lynn E. -0- Oastler, Bert R., 326, 329 Ocallaghan, James H., 190. 246 Odell, Norris Lee Odormell, Anthony J., 72, 193, 251. 257 Odonnell, John H. Ogletree, David L. Okelley, George M., 325. 329 Okelley, Jerry F. Okelley. Robert L., 307, 316 Olansky, Leann, 281 Olenschiager, Sally J.. 86, 179. 268 Oliver, Janet M., 167, 281 Oliver, John G., 193. 281 Oliver, William W., 370, 375 Olson, David R. Olson, Kristin Lee Oneill. Marion V. Opie, Eleanor C., 177. 281 Orcutt. Donna L., 174, 257 Orders, John D. Ordway, Olgierd N.. 113 Oriley. Myles Ormon, Jimmy V., 373. 375 Orr, John T.. 202, 268 Orthwein, Adolphus B. Orton, Alan A., 86 Oslin, Yvonne D.. 268 Osteen, Anne R. Ostegmann, Thomas C., 114. 200 2 7 Ostrander, Charles C. Oswald. Johnny T., 307, 311 Ott, Arlene H. Ott. Carol, 174, 281 Ott, John Frederick Otwell, John P., 281 Otwell, Raymond C. Owen, Sally, 257 Owens, Claude K., 307. 316 Owens, Dorothy M. Owens. Sara E.. 169 Owens, Wm. D. Owings, William L.. 184, 246 Ownley. Claudia H., 171, 246 .p. Pace. Jack R.. 281 Padgett, George S.. 246 Padgett, Nancy Jo., 175, 268 Padgett, Sara J. Page, George W. Page. Hugh S.. 376 Pak. Chong Min Palmer, Ellison C.. 342, 349 Palmer, Hermine R. Palmer, Jane, 175 Palmes, Albert Poss Palmour, James S., 200, 246 Palmour, Jody Pankey. Ronald W., 108, 246 Pardoll, Peter M. Parker, Andrew T. Parker, Billy J., 376 Parker, Harold L. Parker, Louis C., 200, 257 Parker, Marion J., 373. 374 Parker, Paul David, 257 Parker, Robert C. Parker, Sally H., 175. 281 Parker, Samuel E.. 311 Parker, Wiley A.. 268 Parker, William I.. 200 Parkerson, Hal B., 272, 281 Parks, James D., 182. 246 Parks, Wm. S., 184, 268 Parrino John M., 2 Parrott, Thomas S. Parsons, Hubert R., 200, 246 Partridge, Robert L. Parvis. Paul M. Parzen, Renee, 257 Pasersky, Robert J., 299, 307, 311 Pass. Kenneth A., 246 Paterson, Malcolm Patrick, Linda Ann. 360. 363, 364 Patrick, Patricia L., 268 Patrick, Thomas J.. 290. 292 Patterson, Donald C. Patterson, Edward C. Patterson, Frank W.. 191, 281 Patterson, Joseph W. Patterson, Judith Anne. 177. 268 Patterson, Randolph E., 246 Patterson, Richard, 246 Patterson, Robert S. Patterson, Rosalyn V. Patton, Gordon S.. 246 Patton, Richard D.. 281 Paul, Jimmy L., 193, 246 , 415 Ritchie, Paul, Russell, A.. 202, 246 Paulk, Patricia L., 173, 258 Paullin, James N.. 200. 258 Index Pool. Kathrine L., 74 Poole, Sherman Jerry Poole. Thomas A. Pawlicki, Helen K. Payattakool, Jeannie. 366, 367 Payne, Janet F., 179, 281 Payne, John R., 193. 268 Payne, Robert G.. 258 Payne. Thomas F., 305. 313 Payne, William O.. 198. 268 Poor. Mary Lee. 179. 269 Pope, George L. Pope, Robert T. Porep, Sandra Anne Porter. L. Kimball, 370 Portnoy, Barry A., 342, 346. 349 Posey. James A. Payo. Serg. 108 Peabody. Joe P. Peach. Marcia J.. 167, 281 Peacock, Edgar H., 295. 305. 316 Peacock. John M., 342, 349 Peacock. Ronald T., 309. 314 Pearce, Morris D. Pearce, E. L.. III, 290 Pearson, Billie C., 161, 268 Pearson. Charles P. Pearson. Olen R.. 258 Pearson, Thomas D. Peats. Thomas L., 375 Pelaez, Jill A.. 175. 281 Pemberton, Helen B.. 362 Pemble, Charles W., 195. 281 Pendergrast, Donald C., 186. 268 Pendergrast. Martha E., 161, 281 Penland, Carol A., 175. 365 Pennington, William E., 246 Posey. Kay E. Posner. Joanne F., 164, 281 Potsic, Wm. Paul, 342, 345. 354 Potter. Mahala Jean. 177, 258 Poulos, Nicholas G.. 281 Powe. Cynthia R., 246 Powell, Billy Joe Powell, David C. Powell, Hugh R. Powell. Joseph Curtiss. 375 Powell. Julian F.. 329 Powell, Larry Don Powell, Robert H. Powner. David J.. 247 Poyo, Sergio R.. 186. 247 Poyston, K., 200 Poythress, David B., 321 Prater, Dorothy L., 163, 281 Prather, Jimmy M., 258 Pratt, John David Peslar, Peppas, Spero C.. 281 Pergament, Michael L. Perkins, Nancy P. Perlestein, Meyer I., 205. 268 Perry. Bruce C.. 281 Perry. Byron. 258 Perry. Claud W. Perry. MacCarthy C.. 196 Perry, Marion B. Perry. Mary K. Perry, Nancy A., 74. 167. 258 Perry. Nancy J. Persons, Oscar N. Perusse. Clifford A., 201, 281 Doran A. Preis, Elaine Joan 181 251 258 Preiss Alan R., 186. 258 Preodor. Michael E.. 281 Presley. Delma Eugene Press, Jay Pressley. Clyde F.. 375 Preston, William E., 300, 309. 311 Prevette. Isaac G. Prewitt. Jerry C. Price, Alan David, 183 Price. Bobbie B. Price. Charles T.. 72, 182. 258 Price. Larry W.. 202, 258 Phillips. Wallace M., 342, Peters, Bonnie E. Peterson, David A., 201. 281 Peterson. James C., 64, 76. 89, 200. 246 Peterson, John Edward. 291 Peterson. William L., 305. 313 Petree, William A., 108 Pettys, Norman Wm. Pfister, Douglas R. Pharr. Susan J.. 55. 62, 97. 102. 246 Price, Samuel J. Price. Sandy M., 349 Quiggle, George W. 345. 351 Phillips, Allen A., 375 Phillips, Caroline M.. 281 Phillips. Claude F. Phillips, David Phillips. Fred H. Phillips, John C. Phillips, Joseph F.. 342, 354 Phillips. Patricia H.. 163, 281 Phillip Phillip s. Richard E.. 258 s, Robert Lee, 268 Phillips, Terry L.. 375 Phillip s, Thomas R., 187. 281 Phrydas, Peter A.. 305. 316 Pickard, William M.. 382 Pickett. Richard W.. 258 Piepszak, Thomas D., 382 Pierce, Betty Jean, 362 Pierce. Frances A.. 163, 268 Pierce. Patricia S.. 382 Pierce, William E.. 316 Pike. lsadore M.. 342, 346. 351 Pilcher. James W.. 202. 246 Pineo, Susan J.. 92. 95. 268 Piper, Richard K. Pirkle, Thomas James. 305. 316 Pirkle. Wm. Arthur, 202, 258 Pittard, Betty C.. 364 Pittman, Richard E. Pitts. James C.. 307. 316 Pitts, Rufus Dempsey Pizzo, Anthony J., 190, 268 Pizzo, Paul R., 331 Platter. Catherine M. Poetter, Willie Mae Pogue. Eva Pohl. Raymond F. Poland, Laura L.. 281 Polizos, Victor N., 183, 281 Pollack. Drue M.. 164, 281 Pollett , D. Eugene Pollock. Richard A. Pollock. Sharon Lee Pringos, Lawrence T.. 183. 258 Printz, Joseph L.. 342, 347. 351 Pritchard, Ida Jean, 269 Prussner, Carlene S., 171, 269 Pryor, Pamela C., 281 Pryse, Kenneth M., 269 Pucciano, Kathleen, 281 Puckett, Jimmy D.. 258 Pugmire. Richard H., 201 Pulaski. Richard, 281, 330 Pullen, Leonard A. Purcell, Julia A. Purcell, Melvyn K.. 189. 282 Purcell. Steve D.. 190, 269 Purvis, Brenda S. Purvis. Mattox L.. 342. 349 Purvis, Virginia M. Putnam, R., 195. 258 Putnam, Patricia E. Pyle, Joel Malcolm .Q- Quillen, Kathleen K. Quillian, Katherine R., 175. 282 Quillian, Kirk, 86, 89. 261 Quillian, Margaret F.. 169. 237. 247 Quinn, Jerome D. -R- Rachelson, Ira L. Racine. Philip Rahn. James T., 309. 313 Raiford, Thomas C.. 327. 331 Raines. Henry A.. 316 Rainey. Linda D.. 167, 258 Rainwater, Elizabeth A.. 173, 269 Ralls, John McK., 193, 269 Ralls, Nancy Ann Ramirez. Theodore L., 314 Ramos. Merle A. Rand, Joyce L. Randolph, Wm. P. Rankin, Charles M. Rankin, Vance O.. 329 Ranslow, Mary Sue, 171. 282 Ravv. Carl A. Rash, Harold S., 98 Raskin, Alex B. Raskin, Frederick D. Rasmussen, Ada lylarie Ratchford, Walter J. Ratner. Lee David Ratnow, Steven M. Rauber, Lauren A., 188. 269 Rauch, Patricia F. Rauch. Samuel D.. 343, 345. 349 Rausch, Arnold C., 258 Ray, John W., 342, 350 Ray. Kenneth W.. 92, 96 Ray. Linda Lee. 382 Rayburn, Ann Nix, 173, 258 Re. Peter K.. 343, 350 Rea, Jane B. Read, Henry R. Read, John McArthur Reavis, Linda C., 282 Rece, Ellis H. Redding- Joseph T., 374 Redwine, Frank H. Redwine, Patricia B. Reed. Alice, E., 282 Reed, E. Stephens Reed, K., 199, 282 Reed, Richard A. Reed, Rolland R. Reeder, Stephen G., 203. 282 Reese, Clopton D. Reese, Philip S. Reeves. Albert C. Reeves, Brian J. Reeves, Rhesa H. Reeves, Robert S.. 200. 247 Regensburg, John E. Regenstein, Lewis G. . Reid, Paula W.. 169, 367 Reifler, Burton V., 347. 354 Reighard. Steven W., 114, 269 Reiley, Duncan A. Reiley, Sherron L., 173. 258 Reily- Michael J. Reimer, Judy Ann, 171. 282 Rein, Harry T.. 184, Z47 Reinecke, Paul S. Reiter, Sharon Lee Reith. Mary Jane. 177. 282 Renfroe, Anne, 175, 247 - Renick. John T., 345, 350 Rentz. Daniel F.. 309, 316 Repkin, Allan H. Resnick, Gail L.. 165. 269 Restrepo, Adrian L. Reudelhuber, David L., 305. 316 Reuteler, James T. Renter, Diana R., 282 Revell. Cliff, 307. 316 Reyher. Franklin K.. 188. 269 Reynolds, David W., 343. 350 Reynolds, Gladys H. Rhoades, Yolande J. Rhodes, Edgar L. Rhodes, Frank J. Rhodes, Robert L., 282 Rhyne, Joseph S., 182. 269 Ribis, Samuel J. Riccardi, Victor, 307, 316 Rice, Carol F.. 171, 258 Rice, Edmond L. Rice, Elizabeth D. Rice. Leon L. Risk, Robert T. Rist, Toivo Egon, 247 James B.. 329 Ritchie. Sallie E., 173, 282 Rittenbaum. Ellen G., 165. 269 Rives. Mary Susan Rizk, Roger W., 182, 258 Roach. David L., 203 Roane, Virginia M.. 169, 189. 258 Robbins, Cheryl I., 258 Robbins. James A. Robbins, William C., 190, 269 Robert. Mary I. Roberts, David Roberts, David J.. 247 Roberts, David M.. 247 Roberts, Dean W. Roberts, Earl J. Roberts. Ethelyn E. Roberts, Henry E. Roberts. Jane S. Roberts, Katherine L.. 282 Roberts. Mary Lynn, 269 Roberts, Richard T. Roberts, Wallace E. Roberts, Wm. D.. 305, 311 Robertson, Charles H. Robertson, Donna L., 360. 364 Robertson, Jean Dawn. 179. 269 Robertson, Wm., 343, 344, 345. 3 Robinett, 51 Sarah. 258 Robinson. Harriet B. Robinson, Howard J., 269 Robinson, Hugh B. Robinson , James F., 269 Robinson, James R. Robinson, hlary Ellen, 247 Robinson, Nlary M.. 161 Robinson, Rhoda D. Robison. Gilmore C. Rodgers, Nellie M, Rodriouez, Josetina Rodriauez, Rudolph H., 65. 69. 72 Roe, Carroll H. Roebuck, Frank W., 382 Rogers, Betty Jean, 364 Rogers. Bobby A. Rogers, James E. Rogers, Henry S., 327. 329 Rogers, James M. Rogers, Joseph B. Rogers Joseph D., 108 Rogers: Lani. G.. 179. 247 Rogers, Michael B., 307. 316 Rogers, Nancy C.. 167. 282 Rogers, Oscar F. Rogers. Rebecca Jean, 175. 269 Rogers. Richard T., 202. 291. 292 Rogers, Rosalyn S. Rogers, Theus Wesley. 376 Rogers, William Lee. 198. 269 Roguske. Frederick Rohan, Ronald H. Rohan, Thomas E.. 307. 316 Rohrer, R., 92, 188, 269 Rolader, Donald A.. 197. 282 Rolen. James M. - Rollins, Richard C. Romeo. Robert. 197. 291 Romick. Carol Ann. 59, 65. 173, 360. 3 64 Romita, Phyllis Ann. 75. 171. 258 Rice , Lucian C., 57. 58. 65. 191 247 72. . Rice, Mary E.. 363, 364 , Maxim K., 97. 376 Rice, Rice Roman. 269 Richards, Blair P. Richards. Herbert Richards, Stephen H., 114. 203, 282 Roper, Thomas B. Rosaler. Joseph H., 303, 313 Rose, Carter S.. 258 Rosen. Murray Rosen, Seymour D.. 181, 282 Rosenberg. Jack A., 347. 350 Rosenbluna. Karen R. Rosenfield, Charles R., 341 Rosenfield, Raymond A.. 181, 282 Richardson. Arthur H.. 269 Richardson, Judith A.. 175. 282 Ricketts. Wm. A. Riddle, John T., 291 Ridenour. Gordon L. Rider, Lynn A. Ridgeway, Carole Ann, 173. 258 Ridlehoover, Al M., 308. 313 Ridley. Robert M.. 258 Riegel. Theodore Riette. Eve Lynn. 282 Rimland, David, 180, 247 Ringel, Malcolm H.. 327, 329 Rinzler, Marlene Rippey, John D.. 189. 282 Ripps, Michael J.. 180. 258 Riser, George M.. 376 Risher, Carol L., 75, 95. 173, 258 Rosenthal, Allen H. Rosichan, Ellen S. Ross, Charles D.. 200. 342. 345. 352 Ross, John C.. 196 Ross. Michael D., 205, 258 Ross. Nancy Jo. 161. 269 Rossett. ltiargaret A.. 269 Ross, Winifred A. Rotch, Lelah G. Roth, Karen Ann, 165. 269 Rothenberg. Leonard H., 316 Rothwell. John C.. 313 Rotter. Martin J., 205. 269 Rotunda, Nelida Rouadi. George W.. 316 Rountree, Elizabeth P. Rountree, Susan. 177, 282 Roupas, Charles T. Routenberg, Leonard J.. 305. 313 Routman, Donna H.. 269 Rowe, George R. Rowe, Jan O. Scott. Margaret E., 1 Scott, Mary D., 167 Scott, Michael R.. 77 Scott. Robert M. Scott. Sylvia L., 282 Index Simmons, Simmons, Simmons, Simonds. Slmonet. Simpson. Rowe . Nancy L. Rowe, Walter F. Rowell. Geary M. Sendelb Spencer, Smith Rowton, James A.. 307. 313 Roy, Wm. G.. 269 Royal, April Royster. Linda, 175. 258 Royston. J. Perry Royston, Kenneth C., 258 Rubin, Harold R. Rubio, Richard M., 202. 269 Rudder, Catherine, 161, 282 Rudert, Robert E., 186, 269 Rue Wm. H. Rule, Charlotte, 366, 367 Rumble, Joanne G. Rumble. John Y., 195, 259 Rumble, Thomas R., 342, 354 Runnion, David A.. 114, 197. 282 Runyon, Cynthia Russell, David H., 282 Russell, Fay L., 362 Russell, Mary J. Rutherford. Charles 187. 247 Rutherford, James H., 375 Rutledge, Dorothy S. Rutman. D., 165 -5. Saade, John M. Sadler. George M. Sadler. Emory W., 382 Sadler, Wm. H. Saggus, Charles D. ' Sain. Robert L., 89. 201. 282 Sakamoto, Dan K. Salome, Sister David J. Salter, Elmer G.. 354 Salter, Frank C., 342. 354 Salter, Susan J., 161. 259 Samess, Ronald R., 181. 282 Sampley Charles W. 4 Sampson. John F. 247 Sanders, Andrew L., 282 Sanders. Edward W.. 342, 350 Sanderson, Gary L.. 374. Sandlin. Martha. 169, 282 Santangini. Andrew. 188, 247 Santi, Kathleen M. Sapp. John L. Sapp. Linda H. Satteriield, Karen H. Sauls, Muriel L. Saunders, Frederick F. Saunders, 'John D.. 327 Saunders, Stephen W. Savage, Ruth R.. 161, 367 Sawyer, Frances F. Saxon, Terry H.. 186, 269 ' Scanling, Deward L., 259 Scanlon, John R. Scarborough. Claude E., 259 Scharfenberg, Stephen Schaul, Lewis J. Scherr. Ellen M.. 76, .165. 269 Schildecker, Steven. 113. 191, 282 Schindelar, Frances Schklar, Steve L. Schley. Wm. S.. 344. 345. 350 Schlichtemeier. Jane E., 367 Schliessmann, Donald J.. 259 Schmid, Ellen C. Schmidt, Raymond L. Schneider, Howard S. Schneider, Lawrence L. Schofield, Martha J., 175. 247 Shoonover, Wm.. D. Schorr, Warren E.. 181, 282 Schreiber. Stephen 180. 259 Schuler, Frank A. Schulze, Thea Eunice Schwab, Morton I. Scott, Timothy D.. 114. 247 Scoville, Paul Scruggs, Hugh J.. 247 Scruggs, James T., 188, 259 Scurry. Ralph B.. 190. 247 Seaborn, Richard D., 116. 198, 247 Seals, Thomas A.. 371, 376 Seaman, Gail, 169. 259 Seay. Ellen E.. 169, 282 Seckinger Rosalyn, 169, 282 Secor, Albert Wm. Grover C. Nancy H., 163. 248 William C. Gill Carl. 259 Sonia Buddy B. Snyder, Robert A. Sobczynski. Monique M. Sockloff, Alan L. Solomon. Samuel H., 190. 259 Solomon, William G. Sorrow, John Lee Soto, Carlos J., 283 Simpson, James C., 201, 283 Simpson. Perry J., 196. 259 Sotos. Steven N. Simpson. Ralph F. Simpson. William B., 98, 248 Simpson. William C. Sims, Arnold G., 376 Sims, John E. Sims, Sam D., 374 Sims, Susan P. Sinclair. John A. Segal. Joe N. Segraves, Julian E. Seiter. Stephen R.. 195. 269 Sell. Elsa Joyce Sellers, Cherrie S., 362 Sellers. Cornelia A., 259 Sellers, Michael Sellers, Trudith B., 177, 269 Selman, Richard D., 186. 269 Selwyn, Ira A., 181, 282 ach, Richard F. Smitha, William A., 259 Stephens Barbara L.. 282 Schwartz, Jay L., 181. 272. 282 Schwartz, June E.. 282 Schwartz, Michael L. Schwartz, Robert E., 205. 282 Schwartz, Shelia Arlene, 165. 282 Sch wenke. Scoates. Luellen T., 269 Sconyers, Allison G., 196. 259 Scott, Deborah G.. 169, 247 Scott. James D.. 375 Scott, Lane A. Senn, Conrad A. Sentinella, Jean R. Seratin, Jean Ellen, 60. 161, 269 Serby. Michael J., 347. 354 Sessoms, Cheire Ann, 259 Sewell, Charles W. Sexton, Richard W., 185, 283 Sexton, Ricky S., 200. 259 Seymann, Richard G. Seymour, Elbert H. Shackelford, High W. Shackleford, James M. Shadburn, Wm. B.. 345. 350 Shafer, Judith J.. 367 Shaffer, Scott C., 383 Shamas, Gilbert A. Shanklin, Mary E., 163. 269 Shannon, Betty L.. 362 Shannon, Deward H. A Shapiro, Joseph B., 323, 327. 330 Sharp. Polly E. Shaver. Wm. P.. 182, 259 Shavin. Joel S.. 347. 354 Shaw, Peter L., 181, 283 Shaw, Richard E.. 269 Shaw, Ruth H. Shearer, Calvin T. Shedcl, Margaret Sheer, lylaxine L., 383 Sheffield, Sally Sue, 365 Sheir, Arnold M., 303, 311 Shelburne, Monta Rae, 362 ' Shelley. Teresa Leanne. 74, 92. 95. 167. 259 Shelton, Gerald Shelton. Jan, 179, 259 Shelton, Vader. 305, 313 Shenton, Alton 0'Neill. 375 Sheridan. Marc. 303, 311 Sheriff. Eleanor S., 175. 259 Sherman, Jerald J., 342, 347, 354 Shevin, Arnold D.. 204. 259 Shields. Christine T., 173, 283 Shinall, John M.. 202. 247 Shirley. Sallie B. Shohat, Miriam V. Shore, George M., 196. 259 Short, Alvin P. Shoup, Donald Showalter, David S. Shubert, Burl C.. 312 Shuillebarger, Harry L.. 343. 345. 350 Shulman, Robert H. Shurling. Eleanor B. Shurling, Francis T.. 326, 327. 330 Sibley. Susan Anne. 161, 269 Siegel, John M. Siegrist. Richard A., 183, 283 Siemon. Charles L., 108 Signer, Arnold V. Sikes. James C.. 259 Sikes. Thomas E., 196, 247 Silber. Ronald J. Silberberg, Wm. P. Silver. Arthur B., 303. 312 Silver, Gloria Jean. 270 Silverman, Joel D., 290 Silverman, Merel Ann. 165. 247 Silverman, Saul. 347, 351 Silverman, Stephen M., 342 Singh, Shiva Nayak Singley, Theresa Jane Sintz, Peter V. Sirmali, William D., 184, 270 Sirmans. Sylvia L. Sirmons, Joseph G., 383 Sittman, Mary X. Skelton, H. Gray Skidmore, Barry J., 189, 283 Skinner, Mary Ellen, 383 Skinner, William F. C. Sklarod. Neil, 205, 283 Slate, Elizabeth D.. 161, 283 Sledge. Sandra S., 169. 259 Slemons, Mary Alice, 163. 259 Slife, William F.. 374 Smaha, Charles N.. 307. 314 Smales, William P. Small, Barbara L., 259 Smalley. Betty L. Smalley. Kathryn E., 175, 259 Smethurst, Wood Sotzing, Julieanne, 376 Soud. Robert S. Spache. Pamela M., 161, 248 Spackman, Elwood H. Spaieder, Elizabeth W. Spaeder, Susan Mary Spahos, Thomas P. Spalty, Edward R.. 108. 203. 270 Spalvins, Karl, 383 Spangler, Judith Ann, 383 Sparacino, Charles M., 383 Sparks, John Thomas Spaulding, Barbara F.. 270 Speed, Larry C., 375 Speed. Sally W.. 163. 283 Spellman, John W. Spence, Gary B.. 185. 283 Spencer. Herbert R., 345 Spencer, James G., 195. 283 Spencer, William C.. 350 William E.. 343 Smith Smith , Alvan C.. 312 Ann G.. 259 Smith: Anne, zss, 364 Smith, Anne Gardner Smith Smith Smith Smith . Barbara Kay , Barbara L., 259, 283 . Billy. 200. 248. 370 , Caldwell W.. 283 Smith, Charles M., 375 Smith. Cliftord W. Smith, Craig F., 259 Smith, Curtis R. Smith. David K.. 307. 316 Smith, David L. Smith. Della K.. 270 Smith Douglas K.. 283 smahf Du Pont P., 108 Smith, EIizabeth.H. Smith Elizabeth M. Smith: Florence P.. 259 Smith. Frank Albert, 342. 345. 354 smin., Frank Dodd. 329 Smith, Gary C. Smith. George G. Smith Gerald J. Smith, Helen D. Smith, James F., 283 Smith, John S. Smith, Laurel M., 177. 270 Smith Leon M. smnhf Leonard K. Smith, Loy B.. 376 Smith, Margaret K.. 248 Smith, Marian R., 364 Smith, Mason C. Smith, Mildred V., 163. 363. 3 Smith. Nancy B.. 177 Smith, Nantelle E.. 283 Smith. Noel L. Smith. Norman J.. 259 Smith Paul E., 307, 316 Smith: Penelope C., 76, 161 Smith, Richard Lee. 290 Smith, Richard C., 248 Smith , Robert M., 305. 312 Robert R. 270 Smith, Robert W. Smith, Steven W.. 248 Smith, Thomas E. Smith, Thomas R. Smith, Wade R.. 188. 248 Smith, Wilburn G. Smith, William D. Spicer, Kathleen F., 179. 270 Spikes, Jimmie R. Spirtos. Michael J.. 259 Spitler, Susan E.. 177. 259 Spitzer, Edward J., 187, 283 Spore, Stephen S.. 75, 183. 283 Spoto. Peter. 307, 312 Spoto. Salvador, Psi Omega Spragens, Barbara A., 59. 75. 161. 248 Sprague. Irene Ann Sprague, Rosalind Sprawls. Perry Spriggs, Gloria J.. 55. 259 Springfield, Dempsey S., 183, 259 Springstead, Richard W. Sprinkel, Robert W. Sprouse, Mary P., 59. 169, 248 Spruill, Catherine L., 283, 288. 289 Spruill, Mervin L. Spurlin, Jerry R. Spurlin, Susan M. Spurlock. Susan C., 179, 248 Souadrito, Charles. 283 Squires, Raymond J. Starr, Jadwiga M. Stacks, Jerry D. Stafford. Ronald T., 345. 354 Stagg. Robert E.. 116, 199. 283 Stahl, Loren C. Stair. Mary M., 157, 169, 183, 248 Stallard, James R., 248 Stamey. Mary. 248 Stamper, Bryan C., 182, 283 Stanford. C. Gleen Stanford, John W. Stanley, Bernita O.. 86. 270 Stanley. John 0. Stapleford, Catherine, 175. 283 Stapleton, E. Dunn. 327. 331. 350 Stapleton. Sidney L., 345 Starling, Rudolph Starr, John W.. 200, 270 Starr, Martha B., 75, 76, 260 Staton, Deborah Ann, 75, 163. 260 Steadham, Barbara Steadham, Roy, '383 Stearns. Fred P. Steed. James A.. 248 Steeves, Philip W. Stegall, Frank D. Stein. Jonathan'M.. 181, 283 Snaith. Phillip H., 248 Sneller, Donald K., 347 Snider, David James Snider, Michael T. Snipes. Herman G. Snow, Dorothy J.. 283 Snyder, R.. 165, 248 Stein, Michael A., 342, 343. 347, 350 Steinhauser, Rahel A. ' Stephens, Berry Wiley Stephens. Carl R.. 374 Stephens, Cornelius L. Stephens. James R., 248 Stephens, Mary C. Stephens, Ronny H.. 375 , William D., 199. 270 Stephenson, David A., 193. 283 Stepp, Jerry L.. 331 Sternberg, Bruce Lee. 205. 248 Sternlief, Edward I., 180, 270 Stevens, George H., 260 Stevens, Peter Jay Stevens, Peter S. Stevenson, Jessie K. Stevenson, Louise A., 167. 283 Stevenson, Margaret L., 175, 283 Stevenson. Mary J. Stewart, Charles P. Stewart, Martin. 248 Stewart, Walter E.. 307. 313 Still. Martha V., 74, 260 Still. G.. 173 Stith, Barclay Ann Stockdale, Stanley C.. 108. 182. 260 Stoddard. Frederick R.. 182 Stoddard. William M., 186, 248 Stokes. Archie Y.. 113. 199. 270 Stokes. Stokes. 161 Stokes, Stokes. v Edward B.. 375 Margaret H., 97, 100, 270 Marion B.. 327. 330 Neil A.. 260 Stone. Burgess W. Stone. Henry A. ndex Tanner. William J. Taranto, Alan I. Tarrh, Francis Michael Tate. Cecil F. Tate, Danny Clyde. 199. 248 Tate, Lucile Ann Taylor, Beniamin T.. 350 Taylor. Delia H.. 365 Taylor. Edward Alan Taylor, Edward C.. 283 Taylor, Horton G.. 342. 350 Taylor, James R. Taylor, John Karl. 189. 270 Taylor, Malcolm L., 193. 270 Taylor, Roslyn D. Taylor, Sara S., 169. 283 Towe. Robert E., 309. 313 Towler, Henry H., 342 Towns, Jane 0. Tracht, Arthur L.. 342. 347. 354 Trauner, Robert, 331 Trauring, Anthony. 284 Traylor, Bille R., 362 Treadwell, Harriet Treash, Anne G. Treash, Gordon S. Tredway, Thomas S. Tribble, Katherine R.. 167 Tripp. David A.. 193. 249 Tripp. John N.. 342, 352 Tripp, Ronald Willis Troelstrup, Richard L. Vines, Helen D., 284 Vining, Alice M., 173. 284 Vinson. Edward A.. 197 Vinson, Kenneth G.. 271 Voges, Susan Jeanne. 175, 271 Volimer, Rebecca G., 383 , -W- Waddell, Howard S. Waddell. James C.. 284 Wade, Carol D., 284 Wade, Monda S., 362 Wade, Thomas A., 187. 271 Wager. Wm. F. Taylor, W., 161 Te, Deest Ronald H. Tedford, William H. Teichert. Athlynne J.. 260 Teller, Robert W., 203, 260 Trapper. Richard H. Trotter, Andrea Jean, 163. 249 Troup. Robert L.. 284 Trump, Virginia L.. 290 Tubb, William Larry Tucker, Lt. Daniel R. Stone, Janie B.. 383 Stone. Margaret Anne. 167, 283 Storck, Jean Anne Storey. Charlton A. Storrs, Bruce B. Story. Mary M. Stovall, Richard F., 185, 283 Stow, Cyrus John. 305. 316 Strain, Betty J.. 169, 270 Strain. Jon D.. 307. 313 Straube. Jon Peter, 184, 260 Straughan. William T. Strauss, Barbara E., 165, 283 Strauss, Lilo T. Streck, Christian John. 197, 260 Stretch, James E.. 203. 283 Strickland, Daniel M. Strickland. Edmund A. Strickland. Frank B., 320. 326 329 Strickland. James D.. 307 Strickland, Joseph T., 329 Strickland, Lewis W., 370, 374 Strickland, Priscilla Strickland, Walter F., 196. 270 Temkine, Alan H., 180. 270 Tem les Co H n Y . Tenelhbaum. Stanley M.. 346, 350 Terman. Jacuuelyn, 61. 165. 283 Thames, Tina L., 163. 284 Tharpe, Thatche Mary M. r. Rodney J. Thigpen, Carol Marle, 91. 177. 248 Thomas, Charles M., 249 Thomas, Charles R., 374 Thomas, Doyle W., 270 Thomas, Dwight R., 260 Thomas, Evelyn S.. 362 Thomas. George W.. 295. 306, 313 Thomas, Glen Ray Thomas, Herbert S. Thomas Hoke Jose h n D Thomas. Kay E.. 179. 284 Thomas, Kenneth H.. 197. 270 Thomas Thomas Lyndie E., 186. 270 Peter C. 114 183 284 Thomas.Ross H..'305.'314 ' Thomas Steven K.. 284 Thomas: William B., 295, 306. 312 Thomas, William H., 260. 290 Tucker. Marcia G. Tucker. Thomas S., 57, 58. 65. 108 Tucker. Thomas W.. 183. 284 William L.. 270 Tucker. Tucker, William M. Tuerk, Edward F. Tumlin. Harriet Anne. 177, 249 Turman, Donald W. Turnbu ll, Robert H. Turner, Anita J., 284 Turner, Claude O., 182 Turner, Donald J., 284 Turner, Drew H., 305. 316 Turner H. Haywood Turner: Judith A., 76, 366, 367 Turner. Mary Lynn, 249 Turner, Orville P.. 249 Turner. Otis, 92, 96. 249 Turner. Otis. 376 Turner, Stephen B. Turner, Thomas J. Turner, Thomas M., 284 Turner, Vernon P. Turner, William C. Wagman Wagner, , Allan J.. 205. 284 Carroll L., 57. 65, 249 Wagner, Janet M. Wagner. Mike 237 Wagner. John L., 193 Wagnon, Leon L., 376 Waite, Wm. W., 201, 260 Waitzman, Aviva S. Wakefield, Anne Kay Waldon, Brenda M.. 171. 260 Strickland, William D., 313 Strosnider. Roger K., 305. 313 Tyner. Strumpf, Ira Jeifry, 57, 342. 347. 354 Thomason, Ronald G.. 260 Thomason, Bruce H. Thompson, Constantine. 161, 182. 270 Turnipseed, Jay T.. 108, 200. 270 Turnipseed, William D. Twitchell. Susan C. Larry Eugene Waldrep, Linda K. Walker, Alfred C. Walker, Charles A. Walker. Clarence B. Walker, James P. Walker, James T. Walker. John C., 65. 288. 289. 291 Walker, Marvin A.. 195, 284 Walker, Melissa G. Walker, Paul L. Walker, Ralph W. Walker, Richard D., 249 Walker, Walker. Walker, Walker, Wall, J. Robert C., 271 W. W.. 284 Wm. B., 260 Wm. Walter Edward Wall, Sharon Lee Wallace, Wallace, Wallace. Wallace, Wallace. Wall ace. Charles E. Dorothy Ann. 167. 249 Gay Arlene. 173. 271 James J.. 187, 284 Michael H. Otis R., 189, 271 Wallis, Caroline F. Walls, Emily Kathryn. 170. 249 Olin D., 300. 306. 310 Strupp, William F., 305, 316 Stubbs, Gayle L., 383 Stubbs. Martha T.. 179. 270 Stulgbs. Olan W.. 65, 343, 348, 3 0 Stubbs, Stucke. Robert S., 187. 283 Carl H., 189. 283 Stnddard, Gregory N., 270 Sturdivant, Mary B. Sturdivant, Robert V. Sturm. Robert H. Styron, Clarence E. Su, Louise T. Sudhoff, Judith Ann. 167, 248 Suggs. David W., 185. 248 Sullivan, Louis G. Sullivan, Peggy S., 177, 270 Sullivan. Peter W. Sullivan, Thomas K. Summerlin, John Lee Summers, Jack E. Summers, James E. Summers, Laura C. Sumpter, Ronald K. Sundling. Richard L Sutcliffe, Roland. 193, 270 Sutherland. Violet M., 179. 270 Suttles, William L. Sutton, Edgar T.. 313 Sutton, Remar M. Svitzer, Jack R.. 194. 283 Swain, William F.. 283 Swan, James H.. 270 Swann, Ralph W., 195, 283 Swanson, Richard W. Sykes, Charles R., 203. 270 -T.. Takeshita. Richard T., 296. 307. 312 Takle, Leiv M.. 342, 354 Taliaferro. Donnie H. Talley, JeErey B.. 193. 260 Talmadge. Herman E., 203, 331 Tanner, Betsy K.. 74. 78, 270 Tanner, Emily Lou, 175. 260 Thompson, Cynthia C., 249 Thompson, Dixie Ann, 163, 260 Tyre, Barbara L.. 163, 284 Tyson, Lucy J.. 161, 284 Thompson. Harold Britt, 325. 329 Thompson, Helen Sharon. 179, 249 Thompson, Hugh L., 370 Thompson, James B. Thompson, Jo Anne. 173. 249 Thompson. John Davis Thompson Thompson, Thompson, Troy L.. 270 William A.. 309, 314 Ubukat Underh ..U.. a. 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Uselton, James E.. 370. 375 Utterson, Marshall P., 199, 270 .-V.. Valdes, Richard E.. 65, 295, 300. 309. 312 Valentine, Hugh S.. 305. 312 Vallotton, Susan M., 163, 249 Van De Carr, Stephen W. Vandensehghe, James G., 305. 316 Vann. John Wm., 108, 182, 249 Van Dyck, Phillip G., 203, 270 Vanendingham, W. J. Van Sickle. Tom. 68 Vargo, James D. Varner, Ann R., 175. 284 Vassey, Robert O.. 203, 270 Vaughn, Linda C., 161, 270 Vaught, Lloyd W., 189. 270 Veal, Thomas S.. 314 Venator, Edmond R. Venet. Cosima L., 284 Vernon, Rebecca Ann, 177, 194. 270 Verzyl, Richard Vickers, Gary B. Vickers. Marvin K., 374 Vierthaler, John J., 320, 321 Vigodsky, Ethel Jean. 249 Vigodsky. Harold S.. 92. 101. 205. 271 Vihien. Eric M.. 193. 284 Vilece. John Charles Vincent. Albert L. Walsh, Edward J. Walsh, George Charles Walsh. Richard S. Walston, Stephen T. Walters, Elizabeth C., 59, 360 Walters, Michael A.. 55, 201, 249 Walters, Wm. E., 69, 76. 89. 203. 260 Walton. Asbury Bernard, 374 Walton, Edward W. Walton. Lawrence M. Walton, Roger A. Wang, Joseph Shou Jen Ward, Adele M. Ward, Edward W., 197, 284 Ward, Elaine D.. 179, 260 . H . Ward Wardm, enry A Hacisib O. Wardm, Hanes O. Wardm, Kubba Wardm, Wardm. Rit K. Vakerue Abbe Ward. Jackson P. Ward Ward . James P.. 329 , Linna, 175, 260 Ward, Roy L.. 298. 309. 312 Ward, Valerie Anne. 271 Ware John D., 187, 284 Ware, Robert E.. 342. 347. 350 Ware. Suzanna Emily Warfield. David K.. 312 Warner, Roger S., 342. 347. 351 Warnock. Robert P.. 271 Warr. Charles P. Warren, Howell R. Warren, Leland Eddie. 197, 249 Warters, Raymond L., 260 Wasserman, Elaine, 90. 165. 271 Waterman, James P.. 189, 249 Waters. Charles D. Waters Natalae A. Waters. Virginia Lee. 163, 271 Watford, Lewis B., 290 Watkins, Thomas Watson, Elizabeth. A., 271 Watson, Leroy W.. 284 Watson, R., 203 Watson, Victoria L., 173. 284 Watterson, Daniel M. Watts. Eugene J. Watts. Kathryn A., 167, 271 Watts, Thomas B., 345. 351 Way. Richard L. Weatherly, Charles L., 327 Weatherly. Wm. D. Weathers, Arthur K., 305. 313 Weathers, David L., 183, 284 Weathers, Dwight R. Weaver, James L., 108 Weaver, Mary A.. 50, 70. 163. 2 Weaver, Olin H. Webb, Brainard T.. 331 Webb, Frederick B.. 374 Webb, Glenn F. Webb, James L., 189. 284 Webb, Patricia Sue, 284 Weber, Suanne K. Wechtel, Norma Jean, 371, 374 Weeks, Carl S., 284 Weeks, Clarke B.. 271 Weeks. David W. Weickhardt, Karl, 113, 325. 331 Weihe. R. Geoffrey, 305. 314 Weil, Maurice, 205, 271 Weinberger, Martin. 205, 284 Weiner, R., 159,180 Weinkle Richard G., 180, 271 Weinstein, Weinstein, Weinstein, Alan B., 295. 303. 313 Marion L., 180. 249 Melvin E.. 330 Weinstock, Barry J., 249 Weinstock, Marcia R., 271 Weir, Jam Weir, Rob es R., 296. 307. 312 ert F. White. John C. White. Judy Ann White, Mary J. White, Robert A., 292 White, Stephanie White, Stephen R. White, Williston C. Whiteman, Harvey M. Whiteman, Joseph B. Whitfield, Mary C. Whitford. Josie F.. 167. 250 Whitley, Robert E., 331 Whitlock, Jerry M., 271 Whitlock. Paul A.. 342. 345, 352 Whitman. Ernestine, 56, 175. 271 Whitman. Judith Ann Whitney, John B., 55 Whittemore, Kenneth R. Whitworth, Henry L., 284 Wible, Elizabeth Ann Wicklilfe, Charles W. Widerman. Frederick H., 302, 313 Wieker, Thomas L.. 250 Wiener, Richard J., 251. 260 Wiesel. Sam W., 116. 127 Wiesen. Kenneth J. Wiggins, Robert S. Wiggins. Xenia Rae. 56. 271 Wight. Harriet A.. 250 Wilbanks. Amelia. 56, 161. 271 Wilbanks, Carlos S., 305, 313 Wild, Fredric Max Wilder. Judson, V.. 342. 350 Wilensky, Frank B. Wiley. Virginia Ann. 179, 250 Wilkerson, George S. Wilkerson. Lawrence D. Wilkes, Charles E., 383 ndex Williamson. James G.. 189. 250 Williamson. Thomas R. Willis, Charles J. Willis, Susan L., 94, 175 Willis, Terry E. Willis, Wm. Fred, 201. 250 Wills, George Wesley, 305, 316 Wills, Richard J. Wilock, Robert A. Wilson, Alan W., 260 Wilson, Alice E. Wilson, Betty Ann. 168. 288. 292 Wilgon, Carolyn L., 71. 177. 237 2 0 Wilson, Clyde H. Wilson. David K. Wilson, Ela Elizabeth, 59. 291 Wilson, James M., 271 Wilson. Jerry B.. 65 Wilson. Jill. 260 Wilson, Joan W., 250 Wilson, John Mark Wilson, Kitsie Lee, 177, 271 Wilson. Larry F.. 307 Wilson, Lawrence A. Wilson. Lawrence E., 314 Wilson. Maxine L., 128. 161. 271 Wilson, Sara Lee, 59, 65. 168. 250 Wilson. Steve L., 199 Wilson, Wm. H.. 316 Wimberly. Neil E. Weisblatt, Larry M., 92 Weisel. S., 199 Weisenthal, Ann. 165, 284 Weisman, Henry G.. 205. 271 Weissler, Valerie Joan, 165. 260 Weissman, Norman M. Weitman. Ravenel T., 306. 313 Welch, David E. Weich, John Bruce Welch, Suzanne E.. 171. 284 Welden, Susan E.. 169. 271 Wellborn, Caryl Ann, 163, 365 Wellman. James H., 376 Wells, John Gay Wells. Muriel Dee, 169, 260 Wendt, Hilda H. West, Charles S., 345. 354 West, Ellis McKinney West. John D., 307, 314 West, Sam C. Westbrook. Hugh Ashley. 260 Westervelt, Robert F. Wexler, Michael. 302, 313 Whaley. Jeanne D., 167. 284 Whaley. Robert H. Whutlcy. Julian A. Wheeler, Batty C.. 271 Wheeler, Lawrence D. Wheler, Nicholas A., 191, 284 Wheeler. Patricia L., 171, 271 Whelchel, Harry Jones Whipple, Alice A. Whipple. Robert L., 343 Whisenant. Betty J.. 362 Whitaker, William Wfhitcomb, Donald Scott, 250 White. Barbara E. White. David J. White. Douglas G. White, James I.. 260 White, Joanne. 260 Wilkes. Jacklyn Wilkes. Reeves C. Wilkin Wilkin Wilkin Wilkin Wilkin . David S., 199 , Edgar B., 327. 329 s, Jerry 0. son, Beverly A., 250 son, Dwight E. Willard, Richard K., 89 Willen s. Barney A.. 181 Willey. Diane L.. 94. 177. 260 William, Richard G. Williams, Alfred K. Williams, Ann L. Wiliams. Betty Jean, 371 Williams, Billy Gene Williams. Carolyn R., 374 Williams. Charlie B.. 350 Williams, Clara L., 250 Williams, David W.. 250 Williams, Harriet M.. 167. 271 Williams, Harry B., 300. 305, 313 Williams, Henry M. Williams, Jack Henry Williams, James Ronald Williams Joe P. Williams John B. Williams John Louis Williams. John W.. 157. 320 Williams Judith. 55. 59. 65. 250 Williams, Lola Williams Marsha E.. 271 Williams Pamma Bess. 169 Williams, Powell G. Williams, Price S. Williams, Reddoch, 260 Williams Williams Roger S., 342, 347, 350 Roland. 261, 271 Williamson. Ashley D., 78. 113. 271 Williamson, David R. Williamson, George G., 189, 271 Wimbish, Daniel J. Winchester, Elizabeth, 364 Windham, James David Windom. Wm. F., 370. 374 Winn, James, 70. 75. 199. 260 Winslett Sylvia J., 167 Winston. Margaret, 59, 360. 364 Winter. Donald R. Wise, Denny C.. 376 Wise. Roger Jay, 182, 271 Wisler, Susan Jean, 86, 95. 167. 271 Witcher Wm. G. Wolcott, Roger T. Wolf, Theodore P., 89 Wolf, Thomas E. Wolf, Virginia A., 175 Wolfe. William H. Wolff, Wm. A.. 345. 350 Wolfson, Robert L. Walkin. Alan S.. 205. 271 Wollstein. Harold N. Womack, Fred D. Womack. Jerry O. Womack, Miles K., 374 Womack, Sonya F. T. Wood. Douglas S. Wood, Janet. 175. 250 Wood, John G. Wood, Pamela Jane. 177, 250 Wood. Wayne W., 100, 182. 251, 260 Woodall. Joan G. Woodbery. Wm. P. Woodfin, Anne K., 161. 360, 365 Woodruff, David E., 342 Woodruff, George A., 307, 312 Woods. Larry David, 57, 65. 89. 195. 250 Woods, Linda L. Woods, Robert H. Woodward, Stewart H. Workman, Robert G. Worman, Michael Allen, 250 Worthington. Clarke S. Wright, Anne E.. 166. 291 Wright, Emil E., 342, 345, 351 Wright, Gary Pierce Wright, James G. Wright, Joan S. Wright, John F., 305. 313 Wright, Margaret N., 364 Wright. Reba Kay Wright, Virginia K., 260 Wu, Tsai En Wukas, Judith Ann Wundram. Ina Jane. 383 Wyatt, Constance, 167 Wynn, James H.. 250 Wynne, Judith A., 51. 173, 199. 271. 367 Wyss, Margaret A. ...Y- Yancey. Bettye B. Yang. Annabelle, 260 Yates, Wm. J., 193, 260 Yeakle. Robert D. Yeoman, Solomon J. Yeomans, Harry B., 201. 260 Yeomans, Shirley R., 175. 260 Yergin, Bruce M., 71. 180. 261, 271 Yetter, Robert A., 114 Yieldingg Catherine S.. 55. 59. 163. 250 Yingling. Gary L.. 331 A Yoda, Koji Yohan. Walter York, Christopher C.. 329 York, James L. Yoshida, Shin Ichi Youmans, Charles A.. 271 Young. Betty J. Young, James E.. 314 Young, James H., 351 Young. Leona G. Young, Lynette S., 250 Younkins, Datie B. Youtzy, G. R., 376 Yu. Seung Hee Yung, Stephen Yung Wah, 250 Yungblut. June Johnson .Z. Zachary. Wm. E. Zahn, Frederick, 376 Zamore, Gary A. Zanger, Karin Sue, 271 Zee, Ya Youn Yvette Zeleznik, Larry Wayne. 189, 250 Zeller, Joan D. Zeller, William V., 271 Zettler, Clarence Zewadski, William K.. 55. 57, 65, 203, 250 Ziegler, James C. Zielonka. Carl L.. 302. 313 Zimmerman, Beverly M. Zimmerman, Charles Zimmerman, G. F., 183 Zimmerman, Guy A., 271 Zink, Robert Lee Zivalich, Tony J. Zivitz. Andrew Mark, 250 Zorn, George L.. 116, 342. 345, 352 Zorn, Richard L., 201 Zwerner. Robert A., 60. 190. 261. 271 What is a university? There is not just one simple answer to this question, for a university, especially Emory, is a multitude of things-classrooms, cafe- teria, library, tests, books, fraternities, dances, con- certs, lectures. But more than these, a university is people-people -with different backgrounds, inter- ests, talents, feelings, and attitudes. It is this diver- sity which adds much to richness and uniqueness of the university. This diversity also makes the univer- sity a vibrant, exciting place, always changing, de- veloping, and -growing. It is the responsibility of the annual to try to capture this multiversity of the university. The year- book must portray both the tangible and intangible Yiafmvo.. 'deofa-8. aspects of the varied life of the university. 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