Frederick College - Driftwood Yearbook (Portsmouth, VA)

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Blair 3316 Mapleton Cres Cllesapeake, VA 235321-5438 f75Q Qnjgfwoo NINETEEN HUNDRED SIXTY-THREE SECOND PUBLICATION OF FREDERICK COLLEGE PORTSMOUTH, VIRGINIA ANITA VIRGINIA WRIGHT, EDITOR MISS LUCILLE VINTSON, ADVISOR BRENDA SUE KELLY, ASSISTANT EDITOR ROBERT DIETZ, BUSINESS MANAGER f7a5Q gf Gonfenfs 0149 C0014 Created by so few for so many, the DRIFTWOOD is the summary of the second year at Frederick College. Between these covers are captured the spirit and elegance of your school. On these pages are recorded the fragments of your year, and the impression your :uersonalities leave in the history of Frederick' College. This book is bound with your laughter and imprinted with your hopes for the future. You will see more in these pictures than we could ever express in words, For they are portraits of you, the essence of Frederick College. This is your diary, your calendar, and your :ilmanac-the i963 DRIFTWOOD. ADMINISTRATION CLASSES , , . , FEATURES . . , . , ORGANIZATIONS GREEKS,,,.... ATHLETICS , i , , REMEMBER WHEN ff Garry 2159 Mme Cfjvefywfefe n ,f?5gLgQ,1 N,,w5W.,6 Xu M, gm e Qpeofcafe The i963 Driftwood has the great pleasure of dedicating second edition to Professor Francis H. Madigan. The selection of Coach Madigan was made by the senior class on the basis of his contributions to indiyiduals, student activities, and, most im- portant, in promoting school spirit. His activities on campus in- clude the following: Chairman of Health and Physical Education Department and Education Department, member of the Aca- demic Committee, Chairman of the Athletic Committee, Chair- man of the Student Life Committee, Director of Intramurals, Assistant Football Coach, Director of the Recreational program, and sponsor of the Co-Recreation Night. Coach Madigan is also well known on campus for his art and design work. The Driftwood r Class have selected this method to thank Coach and the Senio Madigan for his never ending help and cooperation. egl? 1 9122014 J l l r FRED WARTON BEAZLEY October ll, l9l2-December 28, l962 One of the principal benefoctors and founders of Frederick College and the Beazley Foundation, Deceased. Mr. Fred W. Beazley Justice Lawrence W. l'Anson Chairman of the Board of Trustees J oar gf fzzsfees Justice Lawrence W. l'Anson Mr. Fred W. Beazley ...,. Mrs. Marie C. Beazley . . . Mr. Paul G. Blanford .... Mr. Fred W. Beazley, Jr." , . Mr. Malcolm F. Beazley, Jr. Mrs. Jewel A. Beazley ,.., Mr. John T. Kavanaugh . , . Mr. Joseph J. Quadros, Jr. . Portsmouth, Virginia Portsmouth Virginia . . . Portsmouth, Virginia , . . Portsmouth, Virginia .,....,. Dallas, Texas . . . Portsmouth, Virginia ...,.. . Dallas, Texas Portsmouth, Virginia . . . Portsmouth, Virginia w QW u,, 1' C9 eslbgn Jr B ,d Alfa AB E' el . n . 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Logan Registrar North Georgia College, B.A. The College of William and Mary, M.Ed. KI ri 'E-" as ' W 'WS ' N ' A f 1 . gl 4, x fm , f lag , 5 ' 5 Vivian L. Gibson : rg U W i" ' Dean of Women l if f t Woman's College, University of ' l --,Ag ,- North Carolina, B.A. if-515g-i ,M 'W' University of Alabama, M.A. ' M , ' , nz 1' University of Indiana, Advanced ' - Graduate Study. 'A I fSyracu5e University, Advanced img. V XR Graduate sway. A- 4 2 9 W"-'fl "5 l l tl x 'ii 'jj f, ,- Joe A. Howell , ' Dean of Men A l Sis E Southeast Missouri State College, Q Ill. , B 5 A2 W V 5, H- George Peabody College, M.A. I' ,f5,L, George Peabody College,Advanc- - ed Graduate Study. M1 52? 'V 0 L. Mil' I .:7 - .ffl Q J, CJ. ,. tyfif? ' . . 1 F' r ve..,.,y-5.. --.4 ,gy- GQJJ W122 y X151 ' if Xi . ee . mg 'ieklrgf B ff s . V ' i if it 1 - e we ' V 1 X ' gg . 5 T 1 1 F- 1 THE FREDERI The Junior Class of 1960-1961 designed this ring for Frederick College Seniors. This ring is a symbol of honor, achievement, knowledge, and above all, our love of God and fellow man. The columns which form the circumference of the dome represent the stately columns on our buildings. May we always be as strong as these towering white supports. The Book of Knowledge with the letters BA. on its pages is symbolic of the many hours spent in pursuit of knowledge, and represents the crowning glory, a degree, for our arduous labors. The school crest is shown with a lion on either side. The lion is not only our school mascot, but also the symbol of strength of mind and body, a quality each of us must earn. Below the crest is' the year in which the college opened. Our campus borders on Hampton Roads, the world's largest natural harbor. This is signified on the ring by a nautical compass. A second Book of Knowledge is shown with the year of graduation. Below this date is the coat-of- arms of Portsmouth, Virginia, the city in which our CK COLLEGE RING college was founded. ln conjunction with this is the Virginia State Seal. A vast and colorful herit- age, one in which we have pride and reverence, stands behind each one of these shields. The Union and Confederate Flags represent the famous battle of the Monitor and the Merri- mac which was fought in nearby waters. This is a reminder of the scar which our country has borne since 1862. May we never again become divided, but stand together as one. There is a braid connecting the two sides of the ring encompassing the perimeter. This chain is the symbol of unity between school, city, and state. The objective of the Junior Class in selecting the design for this ring was to create a symbol of harmony and unity, and at the same time leave the graduate with a tradition and beauty of which they can be proud. V Frederick College, All Hail! ,f ff-21? . '-4. . . iight-- . S ui Yet! lijrn-,gg i l' i ll l W 5 afiiglfi C. . :fig ' E" lililltll ' wi--fa. 'il'..z.,:?iFlf1li3l :tl cl fi: WQRLLQQQ , W , , i'll'Z,:' 1- 112925151 FREDERICK COLLEGE COAT OF ARMS The custom of bearing symbols on shields, hel- mets, and standards existed as far back as the tribes of Israel. Heraldic symbols, as we know them today, developed with the use of armor in the Middle Ages so that the knights could dis- tinguish friend from foe in battle. Symbolism was a vital force in the thought and action of medieval times. During this period, heraldic symbols were also used in everyday life by persons who could not write, so they had to develop some way of providing the authenticity of various documents. After the suit of armor became obsolete, the symbols more and more became an emblem de- picting the ancestry of particularly distinguished individuals. Today, nearly all organized govern- ments, be they large or small, have' symbols for use on official documents. ,Frederick College is particularly proud of its official seal which is here presented to the public for the first time. The description and interperta- tion of the Coat of Arms is given in simple under- standable language, rather than in technical heraldic terms. At the top center the helmet represents both vision and strength of courage. ln the upper right quarter the ship with furled sails and oars in action stands for progress with steadfastness. This portion of the shield is taken from the Beazley Coat of Arms in which the patee crosses appear. ln the lower right quarter the crowned heart stands for the benevolence of the founder of Frederick Col- lege. ln the lower left quarter the Maltese cross symbolizes the Christian principles upon which the College is founded. The lamp in the upper left quarter is the conventional representation of knowledge. The lions on either side of the shield stand for courage and strength. May each individual connected with the Col- lege always be guided by the salient characteristics emblazoned on our Coat of Arms. 'Y - -1 , --vw M. rx I 5 M : 5 If 5 ' J 9 1 1 X i 1 0- 'J f .5 'fs f th mi., Sify 54 A A55 N 22 r N- iw -gy 33 ff-Ag' 1 Q we I Ja- +4 ' V ' ' ' N ""'f ,gi L , N ' U 2 'V . , , E1 Ma" ll 1? - "p g , T Z"2f ,X W Q!-.,' Zi? -'W ,N W,-.1 PH! aww, N1 ' , H- 'WwwQs,.assffg.4-' ' Wezvwzwfwx ,- 1 , f H U1 Lzsszicsllsf 9 'P QZLAA .4 :':':': :1:1:::. v 5"': 4 ' 'H4Z'f-sae, iii? gi, ,gil I ,QQ-i , .4 li,-JifW'Y: ' ' , , n '5"' . .. ,1 .. Y 7 15' "5 l '-,-F I X ,, , V, sazkw x jx. P1 'f' , Eggleston 11:00 p. rn Hum -fir Xlf Guardian Vi rg?" .T X ,S 5-s r - vitls rr, z ,-,,c f -I ,avg ,TA - Q f"f'x I 0 1 iv' I 0 EQQY'--15 gf-125. - Hx Pr' vi' lj .avfigf S " .4 'QM N '- Worry Now This ls The Way Keep The Home Fires Burning I was given gre 0Qr1k:'f Gogzye - L7 GIZQQ fo Eiga Z7 I I I asked for ANSWERED PRAYER I asked God for strength, that I might achieve, I was made weak, that I might learn humbly to obey . . . health, that I might do greater things, I was given infirmity, that I might do better things . . . I asked for riches, that I might be happy, I was given poverty, that I might be wise . . . I asked for power, that I might have the praise at men, weakness, that I might feel the need of God . . I asked for all things, that I might enjoy life, I was given lite, that I might enjoy all things , . . I got nothing that I asked tor- but everything I had hoped for, Almost despite myself, my unspoken prayers were answered. I am among all men, most richly blessed. -Unknown Confederate Soldier Quffng M acu gy Earle H. Barclay Jerome E. Blair, Jr. Associate Professor of History U.S. Miliary Academy,B.S. Georgetown University, M.A. ,W .stasis lllll Professor of Science 84 Health University of Virginia, C.E. Johns Hopkins, Ph.D. R. Wesley Batten Associate Professor of Geology University of North Carolina, B.S. 8. M.S. W. P. Covington, lll Professor of Speech and Dramatic Art University of North Carolina A.B. 81 M.A. E t.-is 1 Norwood Davis Associate Professor of Religion Mars Hill Junior College, A.A. Wake Forest College, B.A. Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Th.M. Dwight E. Ericsson Associate Professor ot Religion San Die o State College B A Q , . . Bethel Theological Seminary, BD. University of Chicago, Ph.D. eu U v H Us e gf ' I -l' 't, 2 1,4 F , ' l ' X l Walter F. Harris Associate Professor of Modern Languages Wake Forest College, B.A. University of Virginia, M.A. Robert G. Forrest Associate Professor of Mathematics The College of William and Mar BS V1 - - Ohio State University, M.A. R. Baine Harris Professor of Philosophy Mars Hill Junior College, A.A. University of Richmond, B.A. Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, B.D. University of Richmond, M.A. Emory University, M.A. Benjamin Harvey Hill Professor of Science Texos Christian University, A.B. 8g M.S. University of Illinois, Ph.D. Mabel W. Hill Assistant Professor of English Solem College, A.B. Columbia University, M.A. Andrew K. Helmbold Professor of Religion University of Dubuque, B.A. Mission Seminary, B.D. Dropsie College for Hebrew, Ph,D. ,4s'F'Ts, Q ,J ,gn , figltgglm Jack Kidd Associate Professor of English Randolph Macon College, A.B, George Peabody College, M.A. it W. A. Hoerr Associate professor of English Washington and Jefferson College, B.A. University of Pittsburgh, M.A. ibm ' , . . William B. McDonald Associate Professor of Health and Physical Education Athletic Director and Head Football Coach East Carolina College, B.S. 8. M.A. Robert Fields Hodges Assistant Professor of Physical Education East Carolina CoIlege,B.S., M.A. l 415 Francis H. Madigan Professor of Health and Physical Education East Carolina College, B.S. University of North Carolina, M.A. X: . if Frances McDonald Associate Professor of Business East Carolina College, B.S. 8t M.A. WN T" John S. Meroney Assistant Professor of Physical Education Guilford College, A.B. Hilda Marban Lecturer in Modern Language Vedado-College, B.A. Havana Cuba, B.S. University of Havana, Cuba, M.A. 81 Ph.D. Alan Mandell Associate Professor of Science- Holy Cross College, B.S. University of Virginia, M.Ed, . fx, U , W QQTF1 favs 115' Joseph P. Moore Associate Professor ot Mathematics Virginia Military Institute, B.S. University of Virginia, E.E. t l, ,+R an ww' Vernon W. Morgan Associate Professor of French Stetson University, B.A. Southern Baptist Seminary, B.D. Southern Baptist Seminary, Th.M. Kevin G. Miller Assistant Professor of Business Administration Madison College, B.S. 81 M.S. San Diego State College, M.S. tier James E. Radcliffe Associate Professor of History Bowling Green State University, B,A,, B.S., M.A. Cleveland-Marshall Law School, LlB, Clyde N. Parker Professor of Psychology University of Richmond, B.A. Univerty of Louisville, B.S. Southern Baptist Seminary, M.Th. Southern Baptist Seminary, Ph.D, , is Charles E. Payne Professor of Spnish Perkinston Jr. College, A.A. Mississippi Southern College, B.A. University lnteramican, M.A. 81 Ph.D. QR? mi :fe James Lewis Robbins Assistant Professor of Science Centenary College of Louisiana, B.S. Northwestern, M.S. Walter J. Satneck Associate Professor of History New York University, B.A., M.A., 81 Ed.D. Paul G. Reitzer Associate Professor of History LeTourneau College, B.A. Boylor University, M.A. Southern Seminary, BD, Robert C. Stapleton Assistant Professor of History Syracuse University, A.B. 81 M.A. Ciirl A. Schultz, Jr. Assistant Professor of Mathematics Western Michigan College B.S. 8. B.A. Florida State University, M.A. Betty Scott Assistant Professor of Music Knox College, B.A. University of Michigan,M.M. Wie George Edward Stetson Associate Professor of History Yale University, B.A. University of Delaware, M.A. West Chester State College, Tchg. Cert. -il Joseph L. Stevens Visiting Professor in Modern Languages Lecturer of Modern Languages University of Vienna, J.D. George Washington University, M.C.L. Patricia M. Stouffer Assistant Professor of Health 81 Physical Education University of West Va., B.S. 81 East Carolina College, M.A. Wayne Tipps Lucille Vinton Assistant Professor of Music Associate Professor of English Middle Tennessee State Huntington College, A.B. rw- College, A.B University of Wisconsin, Ph.M. , George Peabody College, M.A. Ralph Warren Associate Professor of Science Duke University, A.B. East Carolina College, M.A. X iiiaxa-C M. G. Wetherington Associate Professor of Physical Education East Carolina College, B.S. 81 M.A. William Walter Wicker Librarian University of Mississippi, B.A. Louisiana State University, M.S.L.S. , . r N 1 I ' ' ix . ,A L5 -K S30 A, 1 .f L,-1 .:,' r -.Q I if . fx--- . .4 , X '.,, - -, xiiisr' E. '25, Egfr X is, - ,'fQ,- 1 It -.xflxt Vt xfq L' fcdllxt X. Norman H. Weems Assistant Professor of Science Middle Tennessee State College, B.S. George Peabody College, M.A. Professor of Science Arthur S. Withers Professor of English Emory and Henry College, B.A. Vanderbilt University, M.A. difqjf . Mrs. Martha Cameron iff i "5 f ll Secretary to the President it o. .L if ? Y D ly K Egg' ' . . ji its - I . Q ,L Mrs. Ralph Warren Q 333' R, 1 s , , Bookkeeper l 31 i X .y , """a ' -- Mrs. Alice K. Iceman Boakkeeoer Mr. John Stauffer Student Store Manager Mrs. Margaret Tu rnbow Dietitian Mr. R. W. Faison Maintenance Superintendent .V zrf',e1-'int . -fff"'twf'5 A 'Al S E " 1 1 .af , K. ,.. we 11a:am'ssi'A1 mx: 1: l E ..o,,11 W 11:gu Q., 121 H. ,z ,M 111 em J W- We .1-sm 1 ,,,.. 11 'f', M1-1111. 11-1i 11- H Hi et-win M115 11, , l R l Ji X 1 ,, w X-11 111231, Ma 11511 11 1 if ll ill 11 fl K 1 1 l l l tw Aff 1 TL 1 111 4122, ' V' . fill' ' e , ,g1' t.gff1 F A sm . 1:-eg' if-A ,,. p 1 J .321 it - . FR ' , 11 ' 1 ,1- 1 ' , gffiw J' ' " wifi? 1 F fl! :mYf '1..15l"' T ' ' ,. . kr , L 11 W 5.23 A ' nf . , - ' 33 ' ' 1 , 2 1. rg! Yr " 111 11 t ' ' , mi li. H ll " I :fain iflif 1 if' 1 xx ..,, si? 111, 'H gf .xmlex E: 1 l "ala 124 :QQ W 1 1 1 1. M Q 1 1-11 nw 1 19 Mrs. Rosa Bain Mrs. Edith Hooper Mrs. Eunice Ward Mr. Frank Alexiou Mr. Matthew Kunz Mr. George Moffett Mr. Theodore Stanley Mr. William White Mr. Dean Meadows Mrs, James Radcliffe Mrs. Sarah Hanbury Miss Mary Gilmore Mr. Harold Boll Mr. Dallas Bledsoe Mr. Niel Bledsoe Mr. William Burden MF. R. W. Faison Mr. John Gilmore " -. qv . ll Ml A Q ' l , fied-'Wil A-6 h in Q . Almgwq. fa- 1 ' Eu. - -H ll 1 - lv -1 V I i -m - ' l . . -I ' I ll , '21 ' .. X 1 , XX XM ,, f C . 1 uf., , PM""fT.i , vbp l lxfyffz-,4'3 ', f ,vkxagg y -,fafggld -ki Xf- X -f-v--3, '35 .,.-f"""' To , , P " 'Ns I" Q5 1 Ow Borba SW -1 fp. ' .giikzlxgg -f 5 ' " '.+ 'L' S Vai ' u x - V' 5 4. Mfrkiifis , 'W' '. A .. ,jig 5 ' f X U x , , Y ,. , .- 'ik 1- ,La - , I. ,' . , ' ' 1 ' ' 4' , - 3 V v V A, .I -1' qg,,,f1,, iw 1" , '. n -I ' f .. x'w9:.Q.5', 9" , E9--. , , 'yur rin is Jw mfg 5 am l l 1 J L i 1 1 l 4 I ,...-...J M-..- t.. i , Q sf i 4 i G ass 0 1963 We, the class of '63, wish to express our gratitude for the interest and effort shown in our behalf by the board of trustees, administration, faculty, and students of Frederick College during our four years here. lt has been a pleasure being associated with people of such high caliber. As we step out into the world and the future, we wish you the greatest success in years ahead and hope that you will keep a fond memory of the first graduating class of Frederick College. Looking ahead to greater heights we bid you farewell, leaving our thoughts with you, and hoping that someday we will meet again. MR. MANDELL-Advisor LAWRENCE D. WARD-President THOMAS DAVIS-Vice-President WILLIAM A. COPELAND-Secretary-Treasurer ROBERT WESTBROOK-Historian f csezzzbr GQJJ C5012 y We are the first of those who came To ask, to learn, to seek for fame The search is done, the goal is won, We stand possessed of life begun. Graduotion's here at last. College years are now our past. Many friends we'll never see- Not until eternity. Lift a song and give a toast, Call again our youthful boast. Life is dear and life is good, Live we now in brotherhood. csenzbr GQSS gjoem MAN The endeavor of the finite mind To fullfill itself Must recognize what was-what is- And that for which it hopes. The mind of man awaits The dream of new horizons Which, "brooding within the certitude of time Will be its inspiration to achieve That goal intended by its Nature and its God Man! for whom the future Surely holds no end, no boundary, No limitation of the heights to which you may ascend, Hold fast to Truth in which you have been nurtured, Abiding with humility and faith The tempest of this life Until there is revealed The task appointed and the sacred trust For which you live and have your being. 2 GMU jhsfory fggnior College opened its doors to the anxious citizens at many at us this would be our tirst prolonged lite. Frederick College emerged as a h student was to participate. it ots, 'for three ol' its twen- ing this year there ions tor the On September l'2., l958, Frederick Virginia and the surrounding territories. For absence tram home, and our tirst taste ot military iunior military college with a rigorous schedule in which eac was here that the V963 Senior Class ot Frederick College has its ro ty-two Seniors began their College education at Frederick in l958. Dur was very little to do in the way ot activities, but we worked, socialized, made p tuture, and we looked 'rorward to the years to come with great aspirations and hope. in our Sophomore year, i959, we were ioined by lo additional class members beginning their college lite, During this year the Circle 14 Club was tormed. This club was a service organization designed to help promote good spirit within the student body and to help the entire college by sponsoring worthy proiects. The completion ot the sophomore year meant graduation tor many students, and was prob- ably their proudest moment, but now they 'raced a ditticult decision. Were they to enter an- other college in the tall, or were they to wait tor Frederick to emerge os a senior college? This question could not be answered by anyone, because no one knew with any degree ot certainty when the new college was to emerge into the world ot institutions dedicated to the idea ot building worthy young men and women. Flowever, atter some deliberation and de- bate, there were some students who were willing to wait and see it Frederick would soon materialize. Following this wondertul year, came another year ot success and happiness. During the year, l960f6l , our iunior year, we worked together, sang in the boys' choir, attended sports activities and dances. As the year drew to a close, the students received word that the new Frederick College would open its doors to receive its tirst student body iin the tall ot l96l. Exciting plans tor a new way ot lite in a co-educational liberal arts college began. Some ot the enthusiastic students made plans to organize traternities, which would be a part ot the new Frederick College. Y At the end at our second year, we, the Sophomores, walked proudly across the stage to receive our iunior diplomas. We now realized that we had reached the halt-way mark in our college lite, and all ot us eagerly looked torward to our next two years ot college. Atter arriving on campus tor our iunior year, two more iuniors 'from another college ioined us. This, our last year, proved to be our hardest and most interesting year, because we or- ganized several more clubs and organizations which were beneficial to the student body as well as to the entire college. lt was now time tor us to endeavor to leave something tangible to Frederick College as a r at its tirst Graduating class. We decided to donate a new and more beautitul and ce to the college. the privilege ot choosing the diploma which we 'felt would retlect ld also please everyone connected with it. This was one ot ' Class as a whole, but it was not quite the end at the l ok torward to with a great deal ot pride: That lk proudly across the stage and receive our rerfiinde imposing entran We were also given credit on the College, and wou the last acts pertormed by the Senior ear. Now we still had something else to o long awaited day at graduation when we would wo dipl0rflOS. W he .- ii Ex. ss fggii ii?--l as ii iii : ff ,,,WWz'il 'IN , Mi l , Q Nathan Eugene Adams lIGenell mm Mojor: Physicol Education Minor: History l Mojor: Biology Minor: Sponish W ll ill Wall wif? 5 WT: X exil e gg Willie Reives Bryant, Jr. W. R." ro- H VME' 2, H 1 25 ' , Mail-w . 'ET 'i1g egylee iiei w i i ii i Gary Wilson Callahan g "CUNY" o i Mojor: Biology Minor: Geology w 1 or i' ' 1 ,'i, 'F-425-fi--E"--gifs" 'ff' g-"iii ' 1:4 - ? .-K?-,?5?:flL:,,,v,-:- f ri- , R G , , E-fi 2 3? ,QEFQE gage , fa?-M, L' , "' " il gssszsiwi, ,i " A i ff iieilzvsf 1 Hmfggvzssvw Q ' , .aww asm Nil lp ,ill i A SM .. x I W g g Y i! 5 -11 Q r 'Y in 2 i 1 :QV EM 'i X if fQl5Q':5'e:'- , F, . wi Z 1 ,if.'nze:g.fY ,L jf, Q15 gi 1 ' ' is .' ,?T"fi'f-'ff f .132-' F ' ,lg fcitgwigf ,Q 3 e- ff -5' TH --5 'ir e' - 1 4' 2:5 ,,w ' FQ BAE ' 914 s ii i ff .. M ., ' am i iffiwn Self, ,Hi Y ' i' E a owne 5, - .. i m :if Y Mgglgeiii i, Vin, ,Wifi 'S iiilllwwl ,ii 93: Fifi? Ronald Elmer Cutler "Ronnie" Major: History Minor: Politicol Science ll -1 William Albert Copeland, Jr. IlBuddyll Major: Biology Minor: Geology li me c eel get wire, ffgwsdlg gs ,,., ,gfg, ,,, it ":,2g,e,ii ,Ye E 1 i mfg? l A . ,,, :V .Jul " : YI? 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' , . ,,,,q,,y 5v,!.f4 . . ,-, William Elliott Gillenwaters IlGi I lyll Major: Chemistry Minor: General Science -fi' W ,ps ,ie T52 5 EXE? 1 fi, ll A waz M 2:32 lj" ll, A 5 M1 'Zz Q 2 PM, vs, if if -Q his e .:,,. -, 656' :M lf, 2 we 1 .. is-Q?" he , M- on lil " Nil ,Q -ee N ii ew ware: , E N John Leonard Harnmerstvand ll "Hammer" . Mojor: Biology ,if E. fre' '-23 1 , 'gf - .:. Q15 I g ill. will ELM Elie we l , Q5 gin- 14 ,rl Floyd Randall Jones, Jr. g 7l Z I Major: Biology Minor: Geology ll Il Randy i Ni ,i ,, Ni M gg H 5.5 253 , , 'lg ' Ysssiggsglll 'Y Z ' Y Fw ri is ' ll W milf? - 'lll ll AWN, ill' "l ' , b lg ll e g g? - l 74 " ,H ' 7 - 1 gjigvillll ' .fe - -1 ' - . ff ' Q-'Z' - W size, ,- L, , - mf' 1 E H1 "iii: . E11 '- " emi . ll ellie? V James Lamarr Kennedy "Lamarr" Major: Chemistry Minor: History 4 11 - an il- 1 , .75 .J 4 - -,,f-:-- , my Q.-W, I ' -' 9-,EFF-".f' 2-fffffe .1 if ff. -:- .-.-.- 5 :,...: 1 :fl - 1:53-1? 'mn-T:,, 5. , Q gil -2 ,1 :mill 5 , ., 1 . l , , .,.,., 1 A -.. .A L mt u 51" VJ J 5 .1wi?,'w , i , ii Kiki Herbert Max Kirk, Jr. Eiiliii :': ,, eezfvi- ' Major: American History ri Minor: Speech W if f f - 1"Li'i ,ze iq 'M W - 'W' 11 ii 1, - ff 1 N ' Wfwfesz f , 5 V ww s, E 'MN w 11 " msn 2 is ii mi mf ii S i 1 Major: History Minor: Science Hu.. x X Charles Willis Rhodes, Jr. "Pete" 6 , . - -refs Clarence William III-ukell Major: Business Minor: Philosophy gr-. e ed V. see' ii - in 1-3 pyulhi B , M ww six ii. ml. .f',.-Wiz: gg, :-.Ne in , :H 3,7 .gf .s:'.-5' 'L ,A-,-E-il 4 - ' i - if -f::.ff..:z3-:,,:,r McCoy Jr ,Al ,n.. ii N-1 c-' YL-v .. - :Iwi -f",i:' 1:-1 ,Jw-xii' el '- J. .""f1 r . --. lr" ,x - 1 ' wwui H :X . 1 , . , . j1l,.2,,Q..fQ J , ' ' L Vi lg ll,-lil.,-? Al- . ' ' ,,1,d'g.' gg, -Jeaifgf' , --2 '- f :Ti ifu' 3f1..?i'1-ir' 1' f -' 1-7'-WJ' WTJF? .. f c:-"ff :ue-fi E, :A il., A 5.2: 'Q V. ' 'L"'i.' gi" Q 9' if MP. M1513 3' -FWYF-'K-flff f,-if -5: 1 - -,Ti ff ' N 155' ,-J-an Y F1H'iii?' -45-,dr -We ,J ng . -,Es ' -I lr :e-i':5f2z't.i-ie" 351- . lgg-,rujfr 'P' -, fiijiii' WS E: W' - " .-,sg emi Q H "ki uw Q51 E- an ea David Edward Smith "Dave" Major: American History Minor: English , -ws! X ,Ei m,gsi,U,, ,,, E me 5. , ,Q ?g?2c11?iVii"u ,A .min 1 -, , ii H. iw' W..g3g,,i , .vrgffjfigr l mu ei lege? Y, Kenneth Ray Rose llKenll Major: Biology Minor: Physical Science rf' E 1 VP sg 5, , - 1 W a I, , ,-'W' 5? Y - v Lawrence Dee Ward llLarrylI Major: Psychology Minor: Math Robert Phillips Westbrook Ilwestyll Majors: English 84 Philosophy 'S if Kenneth Lee Wimbrough llKennyII Major: Chemistry Minor: Moth Wayne Clinton Wilborn "Willie" Mojor: Biology Minor: Geology 55,2 , c . I Iii iii I ii iii ii ii' Donald Ea rl Woodard llDOnIl Major: American History Minor: Science LE V I ii . 4 .. i . .Ni ...... .3 Y ,Y 5? V: -. .1c,., l- J, 2-53 -,ie .'ie1.2 5E2STii':1' -ei F: ' gf--.r .1 .isis Ei' '5 Zeii.-ff Mk 'I'f? A'.F-'sf' .eg i . -g Q: 35.653 1 355? Ru 2-I 1 'f'--fgiyf ezyzor Adams, Nathdn-Football, Baseball, Hustl- ing Award, Platoon Sergeant, International Relations Club, Football Co-captain, Phi Kap- pa Delta, Athletic Club, Dorm Championship Softball Team, Track, Pan Hellenic Council, Sergeant-at-Arms, Student Honor System. Bryant, Willie-SGA Representative, Non- Commissioned Officer, IO Merit Ribbons, Circle K Club, Baptist Student Union, Chem- istry Lab Assistant, Intramurals. Callahan, William-Various Ribbons, Cor- poral, Best Drilled Squad, Geology Lab As- sistant, Intramural Championship Team. Copeland, William-Intramural Champion- ship Team, Baptist Student Union, Sec. and Treas. of Senior Class, 3 Merit Ribbons. Cgfafzlvfzcas Cutler, Ronald-Glee Club, Newspaper Staff, Track, Dance Band, Corporal, Crack Platoon, Crack Squad, Wrestling, Honor Cadet, Staff Sergeant, Treas. of SGA, Chairman of Con- stitution Committee, Monogram Club, In- tramural Football, Basketball, Wrestling, Pres., Baptist Student Union, V. Pres., SGA Student Life Committee, President, Philosophy Club, Intramural Championship Team. Davis, Thomas-Annual Staff, IO Merit Rib- bons, Sergeant First Class, Intramural Sports, Student Council Representative, Judge ot Honor Court, Member, Social Committee, Sec., Phi Kappa Beta, Ring Committee, Champion Intramural Dorm Team: Pres., Phi Kappa Beta, V.-Pres., Senior Class, Chairman, Betterment Committee. Farrow, David-Track Team, Rep., SGA, Chairman, Election Committee, Phi Kappa Beta, Intramural Championship team. Gillenwaters, William-3 Honor Ribbons, Staff Sergeant, Radio Club, Treasurer 81 President, Sigma Delta Phi, SGA Member, Chemistry Lab Assistant. Hall, Eddie-Good Conduct, Marksmenship Ribbons, Track, Saph. Class Treas., lntra- mural Champion Basketball Team, SGA Treas., Phi Kappa Beta, Sec., Student Life Committee, Chairman SGA Finance Com- mittee. Hammerstrand, John-Track, N. D. C. C. Corp., Intramurals, Biology Lab Assistant, SGA Rep., Judical Committee, Sigma Delta Phi, Pledge Master. Jones, Floyd-Phi Kappa Beta, Treas. Board ot Trustees, Social Committee, Justice on Honor Court, By-Laws Committee, SGA Rep., Betterment Committee, l2 Ribbons, Swim- ming and Wrestling Team, Glee Club, Intra- mural Basketball Championship Team, Lab Assistant, Sergeant First Class. Kennedy, James-Glee Club, Church Choir, Crack Platoon, Best Drilled Company, Best Drilled Platoon, Best Drilled Regular Squad, lO Ribbons, Basketball, Social Committee, Baptist Student Unio. Kirk, Herbert - Phi Kappa Beta Social Chairman and Corresponding Secretary, Juror on Honor Court, l2 Ribbons, Crack Platoon, Pistol Team High Scorer, Annual Staff Editor, Private First Class. McCoy, Clarence-President, Student Gov- ernment, lst Lt. Chorus, Ring Committee, Good Conduct Medal, Treasurer, Sigma Phi Alpha. Rhodes, Charles-Good Conduct Medal, As- sistant Squad Leader, lntramurals, Phil- osophy Club. Rose, Kenneth-Manager of Football 3 yrs., Basketball, Baseball, Christian Student Union Rep., Most Outstanding Military Cadet. Smith, David - Battle Group Commander, Outstanding Citizen Award, Circle K Club, Crack Platoon Commander, Honor Cadet, Top Ritle Marksman, Glee Club, Dance Bank Leader, Drum Bugle Corps, Head Bugler, Editor of School Paper, Senior Class Song Composer, Company Commander, Platoon Leader, 2l Ribbons. Ward, Lawrence-Baseball, Football, Sports- manship Award, Glee Club, Monogram Club, Corporal Lieutenant, 5 Merit Ribbons, Honor Court Juror, Annual Staff, Intramural Cham- pionship Team, SGA Council, Alpha Sigma Delta, Panhellenic Rep., Pres., Senior Class, German Club, Assemble Committee, Honor Cadet. Westbrook, Robert-Staff Sgt., 8 Merit Rib- bons, Crack Platoon, Circle K Club, News- paper Staff, Chorus, Christian Student Union, V. Pres., Philosophy Club, Pres., Inter-varsity Fellowship, Westminster Fellowship, Intra- murals, Senior Class Historian, SGA Rep. Wilborn, Wayne-Intramurals, Philosophy Club, Varsity Football, SGA Rep., Phi Kappa Beta, Varsity Club. Wimbrough, Kenneth-Phi Kappa Beta, Swimming Team, Good Conduct Award, ln- tramural Championship Team. Woodard, Donald--Pres. Student Government Association, Circle K Club 8t Chairman of Board of Directors, Pres., Glee Club, Chris- tian Student Union, Annual Staff, Interna- tional Relations Club, Philosophy Club, Inter- varsity Christian Fellowship, Alpha Sigma Delta, Sigma Delta Phi, Superior Cadet Most Outstanding Cadet, NDO Award, Cadet Corporal, Sergeant, Captain, Awa rd , Honor Court, Best All-Around Student Award, Honor Code Committee. Gkss 0 1964 With our goal almost in sight, our past years have molded the foundation for our future. What is college for, if not to insure this future? Every incoming freshman wonders if he can fulfill the requirements, and endure the difficult times that lie ahead. Being juniors, we have met and overcome the doubts we faced as Freshmen. We now stand ready to face our last year with pride and self-satisfaction. Our past three years have brought many changes in our personalities and our ideas. Through these changes we hope we are ready to assume our responsibilities as the graduating class of l964. William Alexander Raymond Archer Stanley Barfo William Belch Calvin Birdsall Robert Chauncey Larry Coley George Cotton Otis Deaver - 1'-'41 ' . FV- ,lQ:'fel'- f ' t , zii' vi - 1 ...J l J' A L A' ' , " Q. L, -ia ww" V ilk w 4? 2,32-r ii-N 41 T J J :V 'F L ' ' - v 5725 ,wax :fu F F tT"" iff in K1,.5,,, V ai Q . ,gm if , - Q. 5'gi::?iZ' X l 1 15 5' ,Z 1 - V, , , , 5 Y fm G , F 1 if ' my ,ff . - I- H ", ,U , - , .. 1 B, Ll. ,. LJ 7 li .L..H- 'ie-L !',"',, 'ful bi Qggzg M. 4. 4 ,Knife N "' " l' -'ln' '- F 4 A ffiiil-if"fe5-if1.':va. .J 9. . . - '-V' M ""iE32':??!!1'?f'1i""1"'-+-Fi?-21 E 5 H--five' 'fflffr'.iiifk,f1,:MNw.-'-i:::fefe4 ,, P -I j3.qe,.,1, 5-A, N f l, MW. 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Now they endeavor to meet the standards set before them, and more important, they must develop their own standards. Though graduation seems far in the future, they must decide their course of study and develop habits that will enable them to achieve their personal goals. Edwin Adair Mary Jane Airney Sandra Allen Charlotte Altizer Elizabeth Anderson William Anderson Linda Armstrong Karen Ashworth Chester Baake Kenneth Babb Garald Bacon Joan Barrett -qfd' f r me .15-' Wri',7"' K ' ' MF' -e 5, f N ' W , IZ 'zz " f' 11 -Q 1 H M gn lv 1 'refs Q . Y 1 .,, .-1 -.,. ii H' ' V' Sf , ' i g g, H '. 'f ---- izif E f Mi 2 'L V- f .1 ' A le . mm iw .M 5 m in X l L ,, W ww W 1 l s B l I :., .4 55 T, ,Q Kee 6 M 1 , T , J.,- 'mf-12.53151 x.-ex..-B Robert Bazemore William Benson Henry F. Berck Joseph Bernier Roger Beuerman Howard Blackman Harold Blake Florence Blanchette Lucille Bouldin Garland Bradshaw Donald Brault William Breedlove Audrey Briggs Gene Bright Gary Brinkley Fred Britton Clara Brock Anne Brown Janet Buchanan Guy Buffane Wallace Bulman " Q av? ES... Y""" f I is 'Sl Q . ' of-ig Nw- Vw- ki " "Web Alton Bush yg-f' Q fi , , in gl X4 5-Ki . V '-v Thomas Caddy Alan Caplan gil. ggi. X N 4 ' , x P in . ' :mit vy- '.. ' 'tv- aw.,,, ' 2 ef-5, V - .Q-1 - gm ,i I .- Q1. V is may James Cavender Linda' Cherry Joseph Collins Ronald Collins Chester Coltrane John Conover Joel Cottrell William Cousins Donald Craun Donald Creed Richard Cribb Alan Crigger Charles Crane Jerry Cross Allyn Cummings Barbara Curlee Dan Cushing Virginia Davis Winifred Davis Donna Day Mary Deans James C. DeKrafe Katherine Demkowicz Nancy Dill .V -- A H ex, W. in fir vii H ziiszil? 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JWQ W ,'.n s 1,5 Richard Marrero Kenneth Marshall Sallie Matlock Sharon Meredith Clara Michelic Donald Miller Owen Mills Mina Moffett Betty Moore Mary Moore Shirley Moore Edgar Morgan Barbara Moscopulos Judith Mott Thelma Mountcastle Dorothy Muehlbauer Patricia Murphy Edward Murray 524121225 'IFN 'Wi ff- if, E ,, leonar- 5 - ix PM! msg -IITSW' V : i :': 1. , V '51 . , V ..., -gg . -ns nb., Robert Murray 3 Mary Nolan Ann Scott Norfleet Jack Olden Robert Owen Paul Owens :Ck 15 Pip- Hwgf. ,KSN rf-.- A -nl.. qi- '3 nc ,,.. 144' :. 0' ' P J -' .gg,, Q :gm A K -- , --,253 x fi' 2 , fe E R aa- l m K rig 'W A Q 3 wr is H N 4. A 3 K A 41 fi..-v any-me 7'E?'1f,, 6' .. lem 0 el N wi ' 3 l Q , Jgi:i1gj3' a ' P A 'Z I 7 W 11115 3. ff ,. Xa ,ari se ,......gF 3335 i , -- iii J., .fu AE, 4 l?" Kb-' , 42' L 5112? Beverly Parker John Parker Nancy Parkinson Sue Parlett Charles Pavey Gloria Phelps Marbury Plant Brenda Porter Barbara Pound John Powell George Poy Thomas Presnell Ronald Prince Richard Purvis Carolyn Rhodes Paricio Riley Mary Ann Rothermel Robert Royster Kenneth Rugg Tommy Runnels Gary Sanderlin Frank Sawyer Robert Scott Edward Seal MN naive Kg-'WK' ,ml 24 f ' .- A ""' ii 2 I ' Aki' x XX! ' " ggkiiixysx A- - we V i ' S vi S Q gl , ' as 'FF .Ash .X 1, Y". ,gf -na-- v..g.....,- gif, is 541, I . my wage- ' -M-. ii www ' ,. H ii i- ni ii gf' gre 5 5,-'sl .. , .., Lance Sidel Harland Simonde Ellis Smith William Smith Shelby Spain Wilson Spruill Phillip Staples Thomas Starkey James Stathis Willia-m Steigman Kay Sterling Harold Stewart Melanie Strickland Paticia Sullivan Faye Taylor '?9b A 4 qgun-.,w fi. .Wa i. 1 IR -4 if'-.J-131 Louis Temple l ' 1' . ' Q 5 'A ' 1 Walter Thompson Camille Thornton V- 4 NS.-- w,-n 2-3 Sidney Tilling l y ,,,...ql , Jo Ann Twiddy Wayne Vaughan If X 1. 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S' fs-Q me 'Qx 4445, ' -nr"-V" ' , ww SV ' W " , H ,Q 9 ,. vi rw 'R lx -L.. w Robert Willoughby wx r .r-'Y President, Greene McCollumg Vice-President, Paul BassettgSecretary, Judy Awtreyg Treasurer, Jack Holland. 1285 I22dI2 GLSS Four busy years lie before the Freshman who enters Frederick College. As the months pass, the freshman adjusts to college life, finding that classes have much more to offer than those experienced previously, and learning to broaden his outlook and understanding through social ond cultural ac- tivities. His immediate goal is to become a sophomore, an achievement which sometimes seems far off, but which now is surprisingly close, and for most, within reach. Georgia Adams Raymond Almond Janet Arculin Linda Ashton Carolyn Atkins Judy Awtrey Betsy Baer Bonnie Baker James Bailie Calvin Bailey Graham Balderson .lean Barte Alfred Bastinilli John Battenfield David Begor Richard Bell Franklin Bennett Jeanett Bishop Danny Blankenship Judy Bloodgood 'SUN sg, W?" 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The atmosphere of the South Seas was enjoyed, as native girls executed the bamboo HER ROYAL HIGHNESS Miss Lynn Sterling dance. Wise and stately sages performed their intriciate steps, comtemplating the events of the day. Cinderella was visited by her two ugly sisters who vied for her favor with a dance. Eight lovely ladies, representing Spain's Ambassadors of Good Will, performed a dance that culminated in a Spanish Panic. A colorful May Pole dance by the graceful ladies of the court concluded the impressive and colorful pageant. -J sri 3 'i King Thomas Holland and Queen Lynn Sterling ,q ii 64. U , Af" - i' 'xg 'Xl K i G52 ere Q 75 ouff 1 Lady Sharon Meredith Sir Wayne Smith i Lady Patricia Lingo Sir Warren Wheeler Lady Kothlene Lane Sir Boyd Spruill Lady Marjorie Wills Sir James Etter K Maid of Honor Lady Mina Moffett Sir Richard Ingling Lady Barbara Curlee Sir Robert Watkins stall? 55 1' Lai' l E , Lady Mary Jane Airney Lady Sally Naff Lady Frances Wysockg Sir Joseph Bernier Sir Edward Ratley Sir Chester Booke fjnferfazhm enfpf a zzeen racy tg Biff, b fi '79 C, V if , ,of S 55 if 3 - 4 ,nd ..-,MZ-..: Amwbw-'.J,j1S'E:j,V3' ereffog . Crown "PQ . ee, - ' . OWN Ninn Sxefwxg L ueen we' Q tw W e 95:42 Corol Eagle os cm statue Honors J the Queen with o dance before the ' ,- v jf' Court. , . ,w V.V-5 -S ff. ' A' ' ,E-:N N ? Y '5' - -'11 1 1 zfgffi M '1 5 ' fy 14,1 I fu KU V K jf .4 g iq 2 7 ' . ' . I ' --. .,... .,,, .. -,ay -fam ' V A , . , A . 1 - ' . 1.4 " . 1 - 33? E Sa! f. L. ' . ' I v ,FL 55,57 ,lf -ET. , 3,1 . 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" . . - "li f ' ' ' - V.: gf '1 ' ' ' -V 1 ,-335 '-i ii-, i, 1- Q41 , 1 . ' 735 " ' ' . Q . 1 77? 7 314 ,Eff ":f'Lf,' TWT - - 'Q . v . ws' - "G:-, bi ' . in . -52 ' QQ" -235235, ' M?f "'5Ti " , - Y f' - P .' -'f-...V g. 5 if . - ,Wvf-S -115-1 V- .1 'fa "-1 2 1,1 2' , .. 'vfffz , v .. wx H V V ...mx-.H...a-gl.wgj1irl'1fE,s... f1...w- W. .4 ' - ' . A "iff 1 Gfrzkfmas gn yjfze 7 7 G0 Uflf Miss yzdafjbrzb My Mba 97ZiyjQff M35 yyfary jane Sqzfrney 976195 csfaron yyfereogkf sag my 975293 grances Zvysocfz' if res man 72161216 iii? The Freshmen are welcomed to Frederick Col- lege with many social functions as well as tests and registration. The Freshman Picnic is held at the pool, and everyone serves himself to hot dogs and potato chips. The College band is on hand to furnish the entertainment for the evening. C3fUOQI?f Wecepbbn The faculty of Frederick College is introduced to the student body at two receptions. Freshmen make new acquaintances and upper classmen re- new old friendships. -0' Administration and Faculty Receive Students. 9121614 The Senior Class is honored ot 0 Teo in the lobby of Godwin Hcill. The sociol is sponsored by the Junior Closs to honor the first groduoting clciss of Frederick College. QQ 'x li r-e fs o A Fra ' Y QSXUQQJQZ' as many SI. es P7 I low Fights Xnstrudxon Study Skating lfl1l4' dances . W Fridov N9 Blessed R est! Sw Wm-n'mQ ff" amz WCUIQQFS 75 aa. 1 -1 fi Wash u'.j'35- A YL'-,Q - - ' 1, ,V ,- ,i , .,,.V M g Y , QSZZUOQJQZ' gooefnmenf The Frederick College Student Government Association is made up of the entire student body. From the student body an executive council is elected consisting of five officers. The remainder of the Student Council is com- posed of six class representatives, one lnter-fraternity representative, and one Pon Hellenic Council representative. These students are selected as chairmen and committeemen of the eleven committees within the associa- tion. The S.G,A. has set the following aims as the purpose of its existence: to encourage self government, to promote constructive policies pertaining to scholastic and extra-curricular activities, to stimulate the highest standards of honor in all matters of personal conduct, and in co-operation with the College Administration to make and enforce regulations which will encour- age a progressive and co-operative student life. 6 ' , Dwoxa "l A? W 00656 fx, resideht 1 ff 1 I Kathy M C Corn-,y Ssefjfe tory K., Wears Cutler--Vice President 9,0 'oefx owe I cvouoceq Suifxce R Eddie Hall-Treasurer ,.,.--- Mr Rod ' Cliffew dvisor I 1 Y-.Sign 7, K.: ziggy 3? J ,, ic., N, ,efcfmn 2 '- si- K, l Ng ..,, , ,il 'l ,, I2 . J M M- , M , J 1 . Q x , , . I W img E li' 5 l g W. J su, 'E 3 fr? i 'J E if i ,Q 5 .. . W M CSfU0QI2ZZ gooefnmenf Donald Woodard . , ...d.. President Donald Cutler , . . , , , Vice President Kathy McCarthy . , , ...... Secretary Eddie Hall ,r.l., .... T reasurer Robert Chauncey . , , . Chief Justice Mr, J. E. Radcliffe .. r... Advisor l i SW 5 'ii P: 1 .52 COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN Lee Mumford . . . Frank Peele .... Robert Westbrook Edward Hall ,... Robert Chauncey . Sally Hayman 4 . . Ronald Cutler .. Thomas Davis . . . Ann Scott Norfleet Kathy McCarthy . , . . Social . . . Movie . . . , . Assembly . Finance . . Judicial Handbook , By-Laws Betterment . . Election Publication Committee Committee Committee Committee Committee Committee Committee Committee Committee Committee Ks def' SW new W e totwes h n rese rep IA. G. 5. SGA . ,12q7l'0f,-ygrfejgiglf presehfs fe! l E017 On,-, ?VlSlb Doe Cvmnofgfi Som lNl0Zs:seEi,j:e::'Dgie . - ' 5 jeff U1 be . O . J-' i lj ! 5 OO as xecwt ww Jo' B051-seho mes P-' qs 56 1' Charles 71 Vetter lectures on "Meeting the Challenge of Cofnfnu NW I nisrnu if pit. ffcfe if C3616 The Circle K Club, sponsored by and under the guidance of the Kiwanians who promote the training of the youth of today for the leadership they will assume in the near future provides the key by which the club college and community may be brought closer to gether. Through their various proiects and activities, the college and community are relieved of many problems and are otherwise generally benefited. OFFICERS President: Bill Roberts Vice President: Fred Woodoll Secretary: Bob Dietz Treasurer: Bill Maiette Historian: John Conover Clrcle K Ralph Jones 1 Officers donates blood . - fvi, i alilffi at Cirkle K Bloodmobile. , 1:1406 if Ciczfwzfes President Bill Roberts Addresses Members. 9 , uv Y H it 124 gi- ,ii-I ?qfi ,r . at Dr. J, E. Stevens addresses Circle K and Kiwanis mem- Bill Roberts welcomes Mr. and Mrs. Thurston to the bers at the District Training Conference. District Training Conference. Also present are District Governor Dawson Watkins and Lt. Governor Nelson Harris. ,-,, , age -1 DR I FTWOOD Staff The DRIFTWOOD is a Student publication under the sponsorship of the Publications Committee of the College. lt is a pictorial re- view ot classes, activities, and advancements made during the year. The DRIFTWOOD is compiled and edited by a voluntary staff. Pro- fessor Lucille Vintson served as a capable and helpful adivsor to the staff. lt is hoped that this issue of the DRIFTWOOD will be a treasure ot lasting memories for our first graduating class. Assistant Editor Brenda Kelly f 6000 ..- w- X Class Editar Jo Ann Gay Qsfqyf Business Manager Editor Anita V. Wright Advisor Professdr Rohan Dim Lucille vimon C000 . 'V Organizations Editor Shirly Winburn Irj Art Editor Nadine Forbes ..f .1 w Features Editor Charlotte Ewell ,J 0145 Sports Editor Dwight Johnson ecfzbn Photo Editor William Majeffe -IW ala, Typing Editor Kay Sterling Cgfqff af OTA - me-e S4 QW S-.1 Editor If ,Planning .insch fef explains Q Tech rllque , 'fl Oflryuol la .VOU13 'ves ' xsofx 9x ProiesS0' vm the QOH C i ew hints OU the WON! H Shovxd be done The Merrimac is the bi monthly newspaper of lt is student managed, student planned, and stu Frederick College It covers news of other colleges as dent executed under the advisorship of Professor . , . , David Smith A . , . Barbara Hill Garland Bradshaw . , . . Robert Dietz , . Thomas Lawson . . . . Bettie Flythe . . . . Melvin Payne Mary Ellen Rhodes A William Mojette 1-4? '...1, -...,v ,, David Smith, Editor of the Merrimac maps out assignments. Betty Flythe and Pat Bucher interview Norbert Dannhaeuser of Germany. Barbara Hill, Associate Editor of the Merrimac, meets Justice Lawrence l'Anson at a Faculty Tea. 4' Bill Maiette Head Photographer 9750110 Cgfcyyf The Photo Staff is composed of students who are in- terested in doing a service for the school, and at the some time furthering their knowledge of photography. Under the direction of Dr. Barclay the staff takes pictures for the yearbook, the newspaper, and for general school use. These boys spend many, many hours developing and printing pic- tures. We owe them a vote of thanks. Robert Mann Wk Michael Parker l Paul Owens Bill gives instruction in lens, Donald Miner David Smifh tits? lil 'V lli 6 E wsffiii Q wilt igigl , 5 5 -is ef z MEMBERS Gffzkfzdn QSfz10Q12f Wnjon The Christian Student Union is composed of mem- bers of the various Christian organizations on cam- pus, These representatives work together to promote Christian ideals in college life. The C.S.U. believes that a better understanding of the principles of each denomination will create unity and understanding in religious work. OFFICERS President ..... .i.i...... . . Butch Morgan Vice President . . . . . . Thomas Starkey Secretary ..... . . . Sallye Hayman Treasurer . . . . . . Sam Reynolds Sponsor ., .. Rev. Davis J czloffltf CSZUUQJQZ' Qfnzbn OFFICERS President ......,,......., Ronald Cutler lst Vice President . , . . . Robert Chauncey 2nd Vice President 4 . , . Gloria Phelps Secretary ...ii.... , , . Kay Sterling Social Chairman . . . . . . Patrica Ellis The Baptist Student Union is dedicated to pro- mote Christian fellowship among Baptist students on the Frederick College Campus. Guest speakers are invited to bring spiritual messages to those who attend. The Union cooperates with the area colleges and attends many social and special functions to- gether. QCUIZQQIQ The Newman Club is a Catholic organization that fosters the spiritual, intellectual, and social interests of the Catholic students of Frederick Col- lege. The Newman Club is a member of the National Newman Club Federation and the Piedmont Pro- vince and is engaged in the work of both. Father Robert Howe of Saint Paul's Parrish in Portsmouth, Virginia is the sponsor of the New- man Club of Frederick College. OFFICERS President ,..,..,..,.,.... Patricia Riley Vice President , . , ,..., Patricia Sullivan Secretary ,..... . . . Dorothy Muehlbauer Treasurer . . . . . . William Steigman 1. 5 N :-...-- Bi! lg 1 li EE 4 l 4 i an fefgzzr The Canterbury Club is an organization of Episcopal stu- dents on campus. lts purpose is two fold: ll to maintain a bond between church and campus life, and 23 to provide frequent services of Holy Communion on campus. OFFICERS Secreta ry-Treasurer ...,.,.. Robyn Stanek C. S. U. Representatives ..,,.. Ralph Jones Louise Smith Advisor . . . . . . Professor Jerome Blair Sponsor . .. ......,.. Rev. Kellner i i - Qs ' -as ci' igh Hr, P I si I fvg., -E Q 1? wesfmfhsfer gem cw 120 Organized in the spring of '62, the Westminster Fellowship began its work providing a fellowship available to all Presbyterian students on campus. A program is usually presented in the form of films, discussions, speakers, dramatic presentations and any type of program suggestion which may be use- ful, enlightening and enjoyable. OFFICERS President .......,...... Vice President ,..,........ Secretary-Treasurer .,..... C. S. U. Representatives , , . Edward Ratley . A Anne Brown Sallye Hayman Judy Mott Sallye Hayman '1 yzaezfoogsf CSZZUUQJQJI Wzizfbn President .,,, Vice President Secretary ..,. Treasurer . , . Recreation , . . Chaplain . . , The M. S. U. is a group organized by the Methodist students on campus to foster ideals of Christian fel- lowship. Officially known as the Methodist Student Movement, the group receives some support from the State Board of the Methodist Church, although any student is invited to participate, During each academic year, four state wide conferences are held at various Virginia Colleges. Rev. John W. Inge, director of the Wesley Foundation at Old Dominion College in Norfolk, makes regular visits to the col- lege as advisor to the fellowship. The advisor in residence is Professor Ralph Warren, under whose di- rection several projects and social events were under- taken during the Year. OFFICERS EdgarMorgan . . . . . Joan Barrett . , . Faye Mihelic Kay Deans NancyDilI . . , Melanie Strickland Qejoarfmezyf zkce The Fire Department is composed of volunteers who work together to aid the school in cases of emergency. Al- though they haven't been too busy, they are available in times of need. V , S Members cott adjusts vofves Wayne Smith ' Robert Scott Kenny Babb Kenny Duncan Jim Savage Walt Thompson Turn on the Water Always Ready for Action. Thompson inspects motor. T7 '7 MEMBERS Airney, Mary Jane Morgan, Edgar Bartel, Clarice Beverman, Roger Chauncey, Robert Coltrane, Chester Creed, Donald Cutler, Ronald Kelley, Earleen Massengill, Leon Messner, Hugh Phelps, Gloria Rhodes, Carolyn Rothermer, Mary Sciscent, Joseph Starkey, Thomas Sterling, Kay Ward, Mary Westbrook, Robert Woodard, Donald U7 ,fwpgy om The purpose of the Frederick College Philosophy Club is to stimulate an interest in the major philosophical systems through the presentation at appropriate programs. A number of guest speakers are invited throughout the year to speak on various topics in philosophy. The principal club ac- tivity is managing the Book Nook. The store carries a wide range of educational books. we 1 rye Lind? +A mi , .n , . LH- KH. ,W Re, --w gif "1 U, we -- is , i l, G 1 i 7, sq xr-I FP' OA Leah Rountree, Mr. Moffett, Barbara Pound Lawton Baker, George Godwin, Ike Nelson, Edward Adair, Jay Stencil, James Green, Tom Starkey yu N Ss film 0 ' ,sr X- -F 1- ,,, N az 112 + " 'E' I nm Polnais, The SC bkouw he Tb Fnedemck Hx: dank cF lad- mam. w dl-WINS :I -Hui CHART in ,Pau .ER.'-muigg ed M mmm, gg WE S, 1Ff.,,Md. V131 'vi' T 1 ' Polris underway +R pi P-R P . GA: "Afro pc-an he ,Signals was in V1 Humming, IMP! 1- P., uslmmf 'fs uicfqn F Q Puiusx' D O'-n S -1 7 'R Fa 'TY-awwi '10 :Law Qu"'P'11i'YnQg Qdtailk 'Nw siqlm SN Pgqh-,sur +0 Palm 1-w fm, Lui :F +ima1nz,,, 'Q emma Le ge Q 1 Q 1-Q um R SlFi.Q,,s,SQR' FNUQ , sch ., -..., ,r,,"' - gxwwxwx' N-LM 'Vx l- ,ff H T Vw ff"f if Anne Brown Chrustens Polans B . Danger on starboard zyma Qefla 79 1' Sigma Delta Phi is an honorary science fraternity established for students who have shown superior ability and aptitude, and are either majors or minors in the field of science. Sponsor- Dr. E. H. Barclay ELSE OFFICERS William E. Gillenwaters ......., President Jim O'Briant ......... . , , Vice President Rufus Jones . . Paul Owens ..., William Majette Dr. E. H. Barclay Secretary Treasurer Historian . Sponsor OFFICERS Y.. Work in Progress MEMBERS Donald Woodard William Gillenwaters Ralph Jones John Hammerstrand MEMBERS Paul Owens W. R. Bryant William Majette Jack Olden Richard Cribb Jerry Philbrick William Roberts James O'Brian+ Donald Miller John Conover Fred Woodall MEMBERS ".'7O Alpha Phi Omega was established to assemble college men in the fellow- ship of the Scout Oath and Law, to develop leadership, to promote friend- ship, to provide service to humanity, and to further the freedom of our national, educational and intellectual heritage. Although the group has not yet affiliated itself with the National Fra- ternity Alpha Phi Omega under whose name all of their work has been done, the group hopes to do so in the near future. MEMBERS OFFICERS James O'Briant V . .. ...... ..... P resident Edward Seal .,... , , . , . . Vice President Gene Bright ....... ....,..,.... ' .. . Secretary Kenneth Marshall 4 , , . . . Corresponding Secretary James deKrafft ..,.., ..,.,..,.... T reasurer Ronald Prince .,....... . , , Photographer Professor Jerome Blair . . . ,.,,.. Sponsor Business at Hand !0QQC ift i S712 35140122 G The Frederick Players form the dramatic group on cam- pus. Their first production, "Christ in the Concrete City," was presented on campus and at many area Churches. Under the direction ot W. P. Covington, the drama group was very successful. "Christ in the Concrete City" CRUCIFIXION SCENE "Christ in the Concrete City" GETHSEMANE SCENE 5 'QEZZF' wil ii' ii ' X EE Mi i if . - ' it i lm A i 'l fi I i sl f M l' l lf i ORAL INTERPRETATION Ann Brown and Nat Walker Another phase of drama is the Oral Interpretation pro- grams. The speech students present anecdotes and short ,' selections for the students and local civic groups. Costume fitting for Frederick Players sry ,Ev . fllit if it l , l . gl -L i li i ,- wi ' iw. l 7" 1 il 'gc gf: 5 J . f ,,,-.tl ,.-,I .iw W v xcif V Q! '55, ! f ', of Q-.' m D f . ., . gg X sg, , 1 I guess It 't matter anymore! we 2 Are the Stars Out Tonight? uk 8 l . f'r"fi'-K, X1 E CUHWIS Clown 1 1 ,W , . 'gi o , ,Q-' ei , y Z?d!U.S. I1"s UD to you! Y OKNQ we x ,4 5, X ff- , ,ff Enchanted! N IS ORN m oke be have A nivun l V l s x v 1 Han, ,N 4 . o if Q M- o 4, R " .14 vu!-" ' 1 Y 'A' ve got o " crush on you . ,,. ,A a4 f fp qv 'P' 'f . If ' 'LL 4 1 f xg' EN Q w k f ,ww A ' X' M X -AT? V tif 'XL' J, -if . W ,E f , So Rare' ' 5 A -2 - 1. - a. L fl L - , A' Y' 1' ,Q-.2 iw oy :.fT"'5w , 'W - 'J l",- ' ' , 1 I' ,,,:::,:' , ' . , ,A V " J ' , ' I y -: H oi' 'Q ' 4 4 Vf:- ,3"'f4s? ,'1'- - w - ' ' 1 L 4 5, F Q I2CZ!0S There are Smiles . . . i ug Don gxoxl -ff" Hi R Jgaff ' f 5 . . I ' . A ull 'H L ' ' 5 ,fa VR A - 55 Q I - l ,Z Q gy-f'1'-hqxxil ' mf 1,5 M5513 Q Ev-N ..---q1.'g2p5A' V'-fffj ' my 11W"' ,nt 1 'ji-fylsf' -, ' ' WUT .-Lf' , ,'-f -' -, XA f1H 5 "" " H- L 'VX 4' I ' , 1- ,:E,'g.m" Lrg K TTA' 'AA . 1, . ff Vx le' Q " ilfirx "l iid' -'L V X55 "L ..-P ' V f ax ll, . V W 1 fur, Y ff" , ., ,fl -,iil r f ' 'f Jg-4, "I V SS K- '::, ' 5, X Xove E' 3' -- 'V ' 'N ordde' ' M p M M1 f ,W ,X W' .7-G, -'TNS .- ., 1 . rg, W-TM-1 W U X' w ww , . Wai ' 'Z f' d ,4 - 1 XNGXXQG ' ,x', :gf ' RW when we wr T .0 , K P I I M I T1 A K A I A r MKQJ Don fhe Roof ff . me ' ' W KY! Dance vwose Lhe Ompi. Ole 'Qh fer I zzszkz M i expels GgOIf The Frederick College Vesper Choir, composed of men and women stu- dents, perform both ecclesiastical and popular music. The activities of the choir include singing for Sunday Night Chapel Services, singing for var- ious church and civic groups, and making an extended tour in the Spring. The choir gives two concerts on campus twice a yeor. Membership in the choir affords the student the opportunity to sing, to receive voice training, and to enlarge his understanding of music. ,nn if ' YJ i 5 13 'K lan? 5 MEMBERS Vivian Jones, Nancy Dill, Sallye Hayman, Lucille Bouldin, Edward Moro- witz, Louise Joyce, John Conover, Henry Hutten, and Kenny Simpple. 1- , EQ5,5yEE3,g f- Ai , THE MADRIGALS The Madrigal singers are one of the oldest forms of group singers in existence. The Madrigal Group on Frederick Campus is composed of ex- perienced voices. They attempt difficult music and try to achieve a musical sense of balance, tone, and harmony. 5-gras:-nf: l U Q ESP 5 .EY , X' I ff? -im f' 5 A fl?---311 . 'F 1 ul J S X f 94 T '- 5 . i 492 N f .32 5,4 dv I 1 I1 ef 1, , .25 ,QMS 415-fir Q Q L ,LV-1: .f I. , ' .V ix Q lv, v 1 X1 fm I I g f 'wi 'it 'NL if X if vi" K- , R X , , X' ef I ..-- 1, 1 X . f N , K 1 I lx 5? P 'K 'D 4 1 Q N . ' H Vs., , -. gf' .. l 'ni N X 2 infix .fl f -'wk Jan Flutes Carol Glenn Clarinets Bernard Johnson William Heilig Betty Carol Moore Richard Schreiner Clifford Gates Paul Owens Alto Clarinet Jean Maddy Bass Clarinet Ann Bouldin June Silverstan lC.l-l.S.J Bassoon Kay Deans Jo Ann Long CC,H.S.J Alto Saxophone Sam Reynolds Tenor Saxophone Patricia Lingo French Horns Frank Peele, Jr. David E. Smith O. J. Parker Trumpets Ronald Collins Robert White William Culpepper Gary Gardner Trombones Joey Collins Leslie Reading C.H.S Wayne Weaver Baritones Arthur Smith James Cavendar Basses Lloyd Grant John Conover Tympani Leroy Vaughan Percussions John Carter John MacCoy John Bowers Qef uf fo Nam f Q gnfere gfafernzky 630111201 James Savage David Walton Thomas Caddy John Hayes Gary Everton Roger Humphries Edward Hoffler Dr. Charles Payne Cecil Hanes MEMBERS Gene Adams William Heilig George Weikel Walter Florie Creamer Scarborough William Breedlove Jerry Rawlings David Blake OFFICERS President ..... ,......,. ,..A... J a mes Savage Vice President .. .,....,, Cecil Haynes Secretary .,.,. , . . Creamer Scarborough Treasurer ...... ,....., W illiam Heilig Parliamentarian . , . . , Roger Bauerman Sargeant-at-Arms . . . . . Eugene Adams Chaplain .....,, . . Roger Humphreys 'IFC plans activities for the year ?3r'Z':f , rm , r v- :if ivi n, NYU "W 'ff lg? 4 ,vm , cgi. it 'SS' 12" 74060 zyma we fa Alpha Sigma Delta social fraternity creates and maintains a strong bond of brotherhood among a group of select men. The fraternity has strived to give both academic and social activities their proper considera- tion. The brothers of Alpha Sigma Delta are planning several new projects for the year. 'W '21, Alpha Sigma Delta boys making plans for the coming year. AEA President: Nat Walker Vice President: Ed Ratley Treasurer: Roger Beuerman Recording Secretary: Ronnie Jones Corresponding Secretary: Gil Hedgepeth Public Relations Director: Bill Heilig Sergeant-at-Arms: Boyd Spruill Advisor: Mr. Robert Forrest a csfyma mega yaekxes Have a cigarette! r F all its i ' i' fff Zi: lil 1? fl E r V l : l i 1 ' l ll l 'a f l ll l 'S as, 7710? In order to engender a spirit of brotherhood and mutual endeavor and to foster social ac- tivities, the mole students at the Old Domin- ion College created the IMPS Fraternity. On October l2, 1961, a chapter of this Fraternity was established at Frederick College, under the supervision ot a faculty sponsor. The members of this Fraternity maintain and de- fend the ideals ot Integrity, Manliness, Per- severance, and Sportsmanship for which the Fraternity stands. 3 K I B' .Q 9 Q'-me Yr? 5 93 1' Mpc Bella Phi Kappa Beta was organized in i960 at Frederick Military College. Due to its early formation, the members of P.K.B. are mostly upperclassmen. The fraternity sets its sights on high goals and strives to attain them. The purpose of the fraternity is to offer a change of pace, a relief from scholas- tic endeavors. These men believe that the academic work at Frederick Col- lege will prepare them for a station in life and that Phi Kappa Beta will prepare them socially. Through the combination of social functions, brother- hood, and learning, P.K.B. will become better equipped for adulthood. MEMBERS: Bill Alexander, Randy Jones, Tam Davis, Ed Woodard, Dick Smith, Tom Cotten, Elmer Black, Wayne Wilborn, Calvin Birdsall, Herb Kirk, Joe Parrish, Ed Hall, Tom Bush, Hugh Mes- sner, George Weikel, Kenny Winbrough, Jerry Philbrick, Woody Haynes, Creamer Scarborough. 5 . v4 Q3 ii OFFICERS: President: Tom Davis, Vice President: Woody Haynes, Secretary: Ed Hall, Corre- sponding Secretary: Herbie Kirk, Treasurer: Randy Jones, Sergeant-at-Arms: Wayne Wilborn, Historian: Tom Bash, Social Committee Chairman: Tom Cotten, Sponsor: John Stauffer. iff X , i P.K.B. relaxes after a hard day. f-M' CU President John J 1' jfappa Qefa OFFICERS Tom Leewe James deKraft John Hayes Dick Purvis Professor Alon Sponsor MEMBERS Charles Crane Tom Leewe Dick Purvis James cIeKraft Chester Baake John Hayes Dan Cushing Wilson Hogg Hayes Mandell 'B..' .l'.s., 1 N V . " . 4. A , , , X il 1 t 11 'u - ,fffiifli L Pw- gg -fs. . if. I. , : "' v- -I- Tczking if easy orrlcens' Q V, A.: - 'VGQWZ Iifegffig- . W xg v ggi -A Zig gm ,... ,, qu 0 Q I ,U yi? 2: ' psi.: 1 , ww M1 ,, L gg 4' d 8 u se- 1 mg: , v u 1522 ze :1 r ,1., 1 Lffxqun 3 X Q . he W , sg 2 'I. - '-N 52 1,1152 I A 'O'-.J-r 1. .. -15.-. .5 i, 'Q L61 H as gx 2 1 ill af .AS , .fx 4, I ,L 6 is M L R 'X , , -, m .Lv ' .- 5 . -ep, Y . ' ' if Q? ,, 33.ig a3fvTZ?, x+-i1-'- ' 5- . ,- -wig, gg? 'i-1: f.-F' -fmiiaaf' . ' ' -,xl :WM-:,2q124f:f"" -' fr- --12' M' -1- - A wa'--X' J W ' ,-U 1553 . 5, -- 0 ., 1 :Jig-I I . ts, ii , 4 ss ' q i' wx 25 r a5'?.feW Y "Ffii5f' Lgff wa, ,-Q , 3, A " W 5 E , 'wwf' R 71 5 7 f ' at ., jg if 2 . ,ff :fri OFFICERS President ......,..,..Q, Jim Savedge Vice President .......... Fred Britton Secretary ...., ..... T ony Gantt Treasurer ,..... . . . Walt Thompson Pledge Master . Sergeant-at-Arms A . . Bill Anderson ..... Art Bauer MEMBERS Jim Savedge Tony Gantt Kenny Duncan Thomas W. Caddy David Walton Philip Turner Fred Britton Wayne Vaughan Walt Thompson Donald Creed Pace Fonville Bill Cousins Bill Anderson Phil Staples Larry Joseph Tom Glassburner Art Bauer OFFICERS it . Q f Qi 9 Y l l 1 l ,F ff- ' ,t,f:.g.' .1 ,, ,ii- 4s.... Sigma Phi relaxes?? ff azz zyma Tau Sigma Chi's fraternal purpose is to be a direct, positive force in developing well-rounded, serviceable members of society. Its motto is "Pray as if everything depends upon God. Work as if everything depends upon you." The fraternity was organized in October l96l, when sixteen boys joined in brotherhood and established the name of TAU SIGMA CHI. The "Tau Sigs" desire is to produce Brothers who will take their place as well- rounded citizens and contributors to the world, MEMBERS: John Peterson, Melvin Payne, Garland Bradshaw, Jay Gwaltney, Frank Sawyer, Jerry Hoftler, George Godwin, and Roger Humphries. S7 ' , wus-t , tl ' "' . . . . I Rawlings, Bernie Johnson, Butch Spain, Eddie 'f "'- l' V 2' -. 'lt' I It If 79? 5' S Qfzl PIT ,TL Tau Sigma Chi shield 'I-ZX President . , . Vice President Secretory . . , Treasurer . . . Sponsor , . . ,Q QI ,..g X3 .ii OFFICERS: Mary Jane Airney, Social Chairman, .lo Ann Vice President, Dee Stanek, Chaplain, Kitty Lane, Historian, Gay, Parliamentarian, Janet Buchanan, Treasurer, Anita Marie Farrow, Sergeant-at-Arms. Wright, Secretary, Sarah Killen, President, Sharon Meredith, appa zyma 97 1' Kappa Sigma Phi was established in November, l96l, with the idea of promoting sisterhood among its members, and loyalty to Frederick College. These sorority girls decided that the motto "Purity, Wisdom, and Sisterly Love" would best describe their goals. Now, Kappa Sigma Phi is known on campus for its services to the school and faculty. The twenty-tour "Kappa Sigs" are proud of the name they bear and the services they do. It is no surprise that these girls strive always to live by their motto. The "Kappa Sigs" discuss plans for a sorority pin. .pm , bf I ft Frances Wysocki ' as 2357 Pat Sullivan I 1 we ... f' . X X Nadine Forbes -4- E if - . in 2 . 'Q X Shirley Moore , E. 'iii' . ""' K 15 R K ., .. 09 ' ' Marjorie Wills 1- ',,-,N 5 Qc' Brenda Kelly Z' F .,v af' .N Q 4 K , , it wg, 1 " Ln- 5 ' 'Ve ' . Phyllis Guthrie -fr-' QI x Anita Wright xi " ' . 1 I , , J' ws.. r ,, , is 3 v M. 5. V5 144- Sharon Meredith s, ,A KS w, Faye Taylor Sarah Killen rf -A ' Earleen Kelley HJ K lm X Janet Buchanan 4. M ".n.J V Ann Twiddy Brenda Porter Jo Ann Gay lla llll Betty Moore M S Marie Farrow Marbury Plant Lgfx , if Mary Jane Airney Kitty Lane . ,21- X K 'K-fx' f 1 52 1 1 A Dee Stanek ,QQ 1 'I at 1 ,X W mm Shirley Winburn Johnnie Baughman 1' wk Us T x . if 5... ki? 39 if? xi is P" . A A shift . 151' - 1 Y' f Lambda Tau Omega girls relax after classes. dI2260Q gdll I22Qyd Lambda Tau Omega is a social sorority whose purpose is providing social life and promoting high ideals among sisters. Organized in l962, Lambda Tau is the smallest of the social organizations, but it is well known for its contributions to the college. 'Y ' ' . X ,i -at W "' .W l' H ji , Url w i,, 4. OFFICERS: Lea Johnson, President, Vice President, Diane Duerrp Secre tary-Treasurer, Toni Davis. 3, wwf 'lf Liz Anderson Y? Mina Moffett dI226OQ dll I22Qyd E Lea Johnson Diane Duerr 0z1z20Q0f 1962 Toni Davis Cathy Demkowicz Gail McConnell OFFICERS: President, Anna Fay Grayson, Vice President, Annette King, Secretary, Nancy Parkinson, Treasurer, Joan Barrett, Chaplain, Mary Ann Rothermelg Sponsor, Mrs. Pat Robbins. Advisor: Mrs. Pal' Robbins amma Zefa Gamma Zeta Sorority was established on the Frederick Campus in November of l96l . . . There were thirteen charter members who selected colors of purple and white and a patron goddess, Pallas Athena. The goals selected were high scholastic standards and high ideals. These girls spend many busy hours on cam- pus in various activities which promote the high name of Frederick College. Gamma Zeta's at a car-wash. .. 'fry . 2- ..'K. .. . ' .g .. I . i ,f.,- .,fN H-1 Ang. . .-:- 5- ,. I 1 pl .F . , . K. ,,, -V ----45 J. f -I -L. -' 1-. f T . -- in .., 1855 , 1. . xl., -55-,r H 4 , . r 4- - -,Lp . . f, --gem . ,, . Y .. .. .t fwfr- .. - - we-M .... .. - ' A,-A Q lag- ,.f- U' v .- H51 312.2 5,-gong-, V x is F. gel, z , J L ...:,. I . i L ix f x . ' ' ' O '.' - ' .. In.. , ve I u el' .ff z: ' ff 0. .tl - A , - . - .I -- ,,........s-f,3 , Gamma Zeta's relax EMU! Ann Scott Norfleet Dianne Wilson Nancy Parkinson Mary Ann Rothermel Q-of xy Joan Barrett sony Nuff "Oh Gamma Zeta, we all are proud be Cl art of this sisterly crowd To p - Purple and white we shall never forget, And we'lI remember the good friend Priscilla Ault -ef' - Anna Faye Grayson s we've met. ll .je -'iw Diane Murphy fx- l Charlotte Altizer Barbara Curlee m gg egg, , . - ll .i,r, y l 'N Y -i.,,i, zl 'l' 455 , l l 'l -' W full f Ll i. - ' ' f 1 L ' ix' ' ,Q If 'ff , 'YH fag N jg' l i ' ,Q ii! 1, i 'Q Q ii i i , w i . fx lv' . we X Eva Dubin 2 A , fx M RR , X fd 3 1 ' 3 Z ' wmxmm uma X -fi , az' vp No hands! 1 Q 1 2 . 4- V v 3.5. x vw 1 - 182 Rr '-539' -x -2:15 Ready now? or not' ww 1119 W I2 JQIZQOI' 0 WILLIAM B-. McDONALD "When the sun goes below the horizon, he is not setg the heovens glow for 0 full hour after his departure. And when o great ond good man sets, the sky of this world is luminous long after he is out of sight. Such ci mon cannot die out of this world. 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Q ii. 1,5 ,, gd si, we 2 in as Emu .V i ,Wd 5-: af EFSZRE: .I 5 a'l.i - H ,,-. H... ' ' . I, ,ij ,, S ,Y , fr- an pf ":fu1" 3. ,. gg-'- ' .rib , .1 . A . J ' pew- ' 3 . . ,ig .,. TH Sept. Sept. Oct. Oct. Oct. Nov. FREDERIC Frederick vs. Frederick vs. Frederick vs. Frederick vs. Frederick vs. Frederick vs. IONS CHEDULE Newberry-Home N. N. Apprentice Wofford-Away Gu i I fo rd-Away Lenoir Rhyme Elon-Home P K O O G Bobby Gray--Co-Captain 2 NZ Gene Adams -Ji I Lib Bobby Watkin 1 .s X e-,.., . ., "Li 5j"".": , 4-m 1' 1 H X u 2" w 9 3 'X xwpiw x a:?.s,n 1. xr' I Yi! 4 fav, 0 -1' V I . . v, I .,, 1 ,. n QQ , X if A qv Q' w.w.1,-,Q Leon Potter George Duncan Linwood Rogerson Glenn King f-- -- FREDERICK ON DEFENSE Fred Britton Joe Crater 5 4 13 4 'E . ,, J 3 H E if NH 4' K 'f .A------4 , ,M j - 'Q W 2 J--ff:-. -gc' V-.Q M ' ' -1- iii :-'sw , w . U ibm-c' - M- ffl- H ' gyxsqwy 4 R ' fr :'4'iQ M? 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U, j"'f- -- 3-'aiu 3? --1.1 1, y f his v GRAY GOES FOR LONG YARDAGE Lance Seidel Carl Cooper ,mean Gene Jordan Charles Parnell Charles Thomas Mike Mason ,,. -n 5932 ' I-,3'x'P" F. 5 lfx FREDERICK TACKLED HARD John Taylor Billy Boswell ' J Xm l 'r A 2 l l ,akin f ,I I 'E X as ' t L W i W9 ak' ,, A54 mfg? a.1"l , " I rf, 4,1 1 -1 Q 15, ,wat ,f N. Mx x. H,Ax"w ' .L5'K44xx-'d 'Q' 1 Bob Wilkins hz I I 'I V, fffge , ,xv 45 waz- rv Res wwwz 'Yi Km sg, w vb uf J W fwifi 1 'fi V lf"-3 wa" A ,gm 4 .y i . Q: 4' Lg' , Mar. Hai.. -Lf-'S We 1' sm. x .. Q. , ' 6, e L , 1 A- if f , 1 ,pf , ' " Q: 1- . . , .2 fi' W I , .5 W ,4 ,, ff I In 4 5 - . 'W ' " 1 A I -f 'i 1 . 5' , I " f - Tlisf' if ,l 4 ' -- cliff"-'g" . P f ' 'igiiffil' ,N 3' .iw -' - . ' fi-'Lf swf: - H't!g!'ll:-N xg i - 'F' -JL , 11,45 J V fl-Q11-aes., - 1 ar. .iv -. -.Ju A - Q' 'gm T215 QTM1 .,v'i'5'1:'Ti nil - Q4 4: wr ' 1 -- f -1 3-',+?.i'f1-A-3-1154. if W, 1. ff' ' .. 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SIGMA PHI ALPHA GAVIN SWINGS HARD ynffam ur resffby 1.1, 4 we 2 ' ., ISL, 1, -1, ,. K QI-f' T ' wie fEg4.,Q CUTLER NEARLY PINS HEAD f FRANKEN PINS HIS MAN REINHOLD TAKES THE ADVANTAGE WAYNE AND JOE FIGHT FOR THE ADVANTAGE nfram zzfaf Zjasfefgalf EJ I' 2 A , E x d ff ff' , 'UUQKSJ X ff, I ' I D 'LW-fl . .. V. 1 wi. N',. -. . L, A V ' V1 ,A Lf .'.' ,xf V . 1 1 f -- Q - X ' III' ' I t ff-:wife 3 Q I tl The Duckworth Ducks Varsity League t g I Form?? Everybody is greedy Mann Hull Intermediate League. SZ Q f of If O C A e 7 QI? 5 ynframur 3 .xl-ly.-, 3 '29 Q TECH , F7 gf gg, BEATNIKS: 'lsr row-Smith, Brown, Hawkins, Bloodgood, Wilcox, 2nd row-Moore, For row lCoptoin7, Twiddy, Peele, Moore, Rountree. Will they make the point? lx , V 'M ..: -1- - .,5,:-li v . .T ig "5 ' Jr' V" . l A I - . livnvw 1 v WK! I Q f - Of LAMBDA TAU OMEGA: Demkowicz, Davis, Duerr KCoptainD, Lingo, Finch, Baer, Walton Sinkovich, Gibson, Howell. Mrs. Stouffer gives the girls a few pointers. 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I. ........ . elmont Abbey . . Ion ..........,.., . N. Apprentice t. Andrews ..... embroke ....... ornpbell ...... igh Point ....,. outhecistern U. , , . N. Apprentice tlcmtic Christian . P. I. ......, , Campbell .... . . t. Andrews , . CAGERS Ball on the loose. - S .,., . i'-YQ, wuz, 5 9. - 4-L" 'QI Steve Cottrell Forwa rd Howard Blackman Ken Edwards Forward Guard Pete goes up for two. . , ?8.+'.ff 1 '46 , Bernie Flynn Forward Jerry Gavin Henry Hemphill Center Center Gavin goes high in the air. zl,'.n , , f,,.:..n...l.15nL,314, Larry Joseph Center Tex Murray Tom Joseph Guard Forward Murray fakes foul shot. m new U .M 1 1,,, H -, uf, . 1. F - 'Ma '- X ,I N H ..,, , , - , 2,3 1, .' H I 1 , N -, n ' HW-5 - V W Kenny Rugg Forward H I F M' Ksfff , W um rggfvriu rr L Shia " r-,3ffm"a"..2H so rr w.. 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ROGER FINISHES IN GOOD TIME WADE HEAVES A SHOT 'I of 04 , ' V .'l'. - N :.1r.'i , ,.,, ..i.v.5""- I "N 'V JIM GOES UP AND OVER is in Wu.- , ff' , -lr.. P 5 Me' f . 4 , -1-,,fJ,' '-4.tQ-L.- , '- GRAY JUMPS FOR GOOD DISTANCE TURNER RUNS THE HURDLES rf Av f Sf W i R 1 Q 2, 24? , fm? .4 .Q . Q fn- 4' R? 6 ra wmv it-ff P1 Q I , I .V . u ni?-::, ' i . ' 1- - -b ' 'A'l?'se,g - f W .M 4 -W . . 1' , Q-Q wi W0 'I Y W Y ff- Y ' QS- , I -, " 'W . '1 xg' v 'g - gig i x - , .1 v X W' H- ., J, - 14 K1 xg. . 4 if l y Q vii, 3. . -A+: , fvfiag, fi 7 , 'ist ,..- 1? F .. ff if ,, 52 A A ggi :Q S-E OVER OFF AND RUNNING ,.V Y-553459153 P,,..4...f- I WHAT DOES JIM SEE? Adair, Edwin M. .. Adams, Georgia C. Adams, Nathan E. Airney, Mary J. .. . Alexander, Wm. J. Allen, Sandra L. .. Almond, Raymond C Altizer, Charlotte . Anderson, Elizabeth Anderson, Wm. C. . Archer, Raymond B. Arculin, Janet A. . Armstrong, Linda .. Asble, Alex W. Ashton, Linda J. .. Ashworth, Karen W. .. . f zkeecfor . . .Portsmouth, Va. ....Carrsville, Va. . . . .Raleigh, N. C. Va . . . .Norfolk, . . . .Norfolk, Va . ..... Norfolk, Va .. .Va. Beach Va .. . . . .Norfolkf . . .AIexanclria, . . . ,... . Richmond, . . . Portsmouth . , , . . .Suffolkf . . . .Va. Beach, Va Va Va Va Va Va .Hazardville, Conn Va . . .Portsmouth, Atkins, Carolyn G. .. .... Churchland, Va Awtrey, Judy A. .. ..,.. Norfolk, Va Baake, Chester H. . .... Chester, Va. Babb, Kenneth C. . ...... Suffolk, Va Bacon, Gerald E. .... Portsmouth, Va Baer, Elizabeth J. . .... Richmond, Va. Bailey, Thomas L. Bailey, Wayne B. .. .. Amherst, Va Baker, Bonnie K. . .... Millsboro, Del. Baker, Lawton H. .... Portsmouth, Va. Bailie, James M. .. ..., Hampton, Va. Bailey, Calvin K. . ..,.. Amherst, Va. Balderson, Graham .. ..... Warsaw, Va. Barnes, Stacy R. .. ...... Norfolk, Va. Barrett, Joan C. . .. ...Portsmouth, Va. Bartel, Clarice V. . . ...... Fort Lee, Va. Barto, Stanley F. .. .. .Bowers Hill, Va. Barte, Jean A. .... ..... R ichmond, Va. Bastinelli, Alfred . ..... Portsmouth, Va. Battenfield, John . . . . . . Glenn Allen, Va. Bazemore, Robert , . . .... Portsmouth, Va. Begor, David M. .. ..... Hampton, Va. Belch, William D. ........ Norfolk, Va. Bell, Richard W. .... .. South Norfolk, Va. Bennett, Franklin . . .. .Goldsboro, N. C. Benson, William M. -..P0l'fSl'l'l0Ufl1, VU- Berck, Henry F. .... .... P ortsmouth, Va. Bernier, Joseph B. .... ....... R ichmond, Va. Beuerman, Roger W. .. ...... Philadelphia, Pa. Birdsall, Calvin ..... .... N ewport News, Va. Bishop, Jeanett S. .. .....,. Hopewell, Va. Blackman, Howard .. .... Portsmouth, Va. Blake, Harold D. .. ...... Chester, Va. Blanchette, Florence ...Richmond, Va. Blankenship, Danny ...Emporia, Va. Blooclgood, Judith .... . . . .Hampton, Va. Blow, Warren C. ..., .... P ortsmouth, Va. Boone, Kay L. .... ....... S uffolk, Va. Bonnette, Susan L. ...... Suffolk, Va. Bord, Glenn E. .... ...... N orfolk, Va. Bouldin, Lucille . . . . . .Portsmouth, Va. Bowers, John L. .... .... P ortsmouth, Va. Bradford, Joseph . . . ..... . . .Norfolk, Va. Bradshaw, Garland .. ....... Portsmouth, Va. Brantley, George .... Princess Anne, Va. Brault, Donald J. . . . . . .Portsmouth, Va. Breedlove, William .. .... Portsmouth, Va. Briggs, Audrey G. .. ....... Norfolk, Va. Bright, Gene G. .... Back Bay, Va. Bright, Martin O. . ..New York, N. Y. Brinkley, Gary P. .West Norfolk, Va. Britton, Elizabeth . ...... Suffolk, Va. Britton, Fred W. .. ..,, Edenton, N. C. Brinkley, Ronald D. ...Portsmouth, Va. Brock, Mariorie L. .. ..... Norfolk, Va. Brock, Neal N. Brown, Anne H. ..... Norfolk, Va. Brown, Carroll G. .. .... Colerain, N. C. Brown, Claude E. . . ..New York, N. Y. Brown, Judith ..... ....,. S uffolk, Va. Bryan, Mildred L. .... Charlottesville, Va. Bryant, Fred B. ......... Vienna, Va. Bryant, Willie R. .... Portsmouth, Va. Buchanan, Janet M. . . .Portsmouth, Va. Bucher, Ronald J. . ...Portsmouth, Va. Buffone, Guy L. .... ........ B erwick, Pa. Bulman, Wallace R. ...... Norfolk, Va. Bunch, William D. . .... Newport News, Va. Bunn, Bobby A. Burner, Reginald F. Bush, Alton T. . ..... . . Butler, Elma Louise Butler, Shirley M. . Byrd, Noel M. .... . Caddy, Thomas W. Cahoon Julia F. .. Callahah, Gary W. .I Caplan, Alan B. Carter, Phillip R. .. Carter, Robert H. . Castellanos, Patricia Cavender Jomes A. Chauncey, Robert E. .' Cherr Linda R y, . .... . . Childress, Godfrey .. . Clarke, Fitz O. .... Clem, Colin T. .. Clem, Tim L. Coley, Larry R. .. ....Pikeville, N. C Va . . . .Arlington, . . .Portsmouth, Va. , . .Portsmouth, Va. . . .Portsmouth, Va. . . .Portsmouth, Va. . . . . Bayside, Va . . . . . .Suffolk, Va. . . .Portsmouth, Va. . . .Portsmouth, Va. ..Chadbourn, N. C. .. . . .Hampton, Va. . . .Portsmouth, Va. . . .Portsmouth, Va. . . .Portsmouth, Va. .South Norfolk, Va. . . . .Richmond, Va. . . .Whaleyville, Va. . . . . .McLean, Va. ,.. .McLean, Va. . . . .Norfolk, Va. Collier, Linda ...... Collins, Joseph E. .. Collins, Ronald J. ... Colonna, Jett M. .... Q.. .. Coltrane, Chester G. Conover, John T. Cook, Hurley S. . Copeland, William A. Corbell, Claudia A. . Costen, Carolyn R. Cottingham, John G. Cotton, George T. Cottrell, Joel S. Cousins, William R. . Covington, Francis C. Coyle, Kathleen M. Crater, Joseph W. .. Craun, Don W. .... . Creasman, Melvin D. Creed, Donald L. .. Cribb, Richard G. . Crigger, Allen O. . Crone, Charles F. .. Crooks, Carlton L. . Cross, Jerry T. .... . Crute, James B. Culpepper, Herb A. Culpepper, William Cummings, Allyn G. . Cummings, Donald R. Cummins, Herbert P. .. Curlee, Barbara A. Cushing, Dan L. . ..... .. Cutler, Ronald ..... Daley, William L. .. Dannhaeuser, Norbert Davidson, Janet . . . Davis, Thomas J. Davis, Virginia A. . Davis, Winifred .. Day, Donna L. . . . . Dean, William E. .. Deans, Mary K. Deaver, Otis E. . . . . DeKraft, James A. Demkowicz, Catherine Dietz, Frederick W. .. Dietz, Robert R. Diggs, Emily S. .. . Dill, Nancy A. .. Dixon, Frances A. Dobbins, John P. .. Donaldson, Vivian Doran, Edward P. .. Dorricott, Medric .. Douglas, Aubrey F. Dubin, Eva L. .... . Dudley, Vicki s. ., Duerr, Diane ....... Duncan, George A. Duncan, Kenneth W. Eagle, Carol L. . . .. Eason, Michael H. Eaves, Edward C. Edwards, Kenneth P. Edwards, Purvis L. .... Eley, Mary C. .......... . Ellingsworth, Thomas Ellis, Bobby Ray .... Ellis, James W. Ellis, Patricia A. ..... -A Engard, Penelope C. Eyoyl Wyn W, , ,,,,, A. 4. i. Heddon' Heights, 'N Ewell, Charlotte F. .. . . Farrow, Linn David Farrow, Marie E. Faulkenberry, Hope Fenton, Sharon M. .. Ferguson, Robert T. Ferradaz, Norbert .. Ferree, Brenda G. . . . Finch, Joan P. .... . Findley, Texie E. .. . Flammia, William R. Florie, Walter M. .. Flynn, Bernard K. Flythe, Bettie B. . . . Fonville, Pace M. . . Forbes, Ben W. . . Forbes, Sybil -N. Forehand, Benlamin Forrest, William R. Francis, William L. . Francisco, David C. Franken, Gary R. .. Franklin, Frederick . Freeman, Lynne L. Fry, Sharon M. .... . Fulkerson, Brenda Gantt, Tony G. Garber, Ned E. ..... .- Gardner, Gary N. . Garnett, William J. Garrett, Kenneth G. . . . . . . .Suffolk, Va .- ...... Roanoke, Va . .New Bern, N. C .... . . .Norfolk, Va . . . .Newport News,Va .Highland Springs, Va .......Durham, N. C . . . . . .Churchland, Va ......Norfolk, Va ........Suffolk, Va . . .Laurinburg, N. C . . . .Portsmouth, Va .. .Henderson, N. C . . , .Portsmouth, ........Suffolk, .Suffolk, . .... Winston Salem I . . . . . .Portsmouth, . . . . .Richmond, . . . .Portsmouth, . . .Wilmington, . . . .Wytheville, . . . Arlington, . . . . .Richmond, . . . .Portsmouth, . . . .Richmond, . . . . .Norfolk, . . . . .Smithfield, . . . .Portsmouth, . . . .Portsmouth, . . . .Annandale, . . . . . . .Yorktown, . . .Bowling Green, . Newport News, . London Bridge, . . . . .Portsmouth, .,.....Suffolk, . . . Monroeville, ........Driver, . . Portsmouth, . . . .Va. Beacn, . . . . .Portsmouth, . . . . .Portsmouth, . . .Washington, N. ........An1eiia, . . . .Va. Beach, Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Pa. Va. Va. Vo. Va. Va. C Va. Va. . . . . Wolcott, Conn: . .... Portsmouth, . . .Port Haywood, ........Norfolk, . . . .Portsmouth, . . . .Portsmouth, . . . Alexandria, ......NorfoIk, . . Petersburg, . . . Springfield, ......Back Bay, Long Island N. Z :Falls Church, .......Bayside, . . . . . .Hampton, . . . . . .Portsmouth, . . . . . .Portsmouth, , . .......... Grifton, N. .Rocky Mount, N. ..,......Suffolk, Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. '-la. Va. Y. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. C. C. Va. ......Millsboro, Del. ..Rocky Mount, N. . . . . .Portsmouth, . . . . .Portsmouth, Richmond ........Norfolk, . . .Bryn Mawr, . . . .Portsmouth, . . .Portsmouth, .......Bayside, . . . .Springfield, . . . . .Portsmouth, .,.......Hampton, , . .Newport News, . . . . . .Portsmouth , . ...... Glenn Allen: .. .Jacksonville, N. . . .Wilmington, N. . . . .Portsmouth, . . . .Richmond, . . . .Norfolk, . . . .Hickory, . . . . Norfolk, . . . .Portsmouth, . . . .Portsmouth, . . . . . .Richmond, . .Newport News, . . . . . . .Montross, .......Norfolk, .......Orange . . .Freemont, . . . . . .Portsmouth, .......Arlington, . .Newport News, .........Suffolk, C. Va. Va. Va. . J. Va. Pa. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. C C Va Va Va Va. Va. Va. Va Va Va V a Va Va C Va Va Va Va . . . Charlotte, N. C Zzkeecfor Garris, Judith C. ..., , . .Portsmouth, Va. Gates, Clifford C. . . . . .Alexondria, Va. Gatling, James P. .. ...... Suffolk, Va. Gavin, Gerard J. . .. . . .Brooklyn, N. Y. Gay, Jo Ann . ...... ...Portsmouth, Va. Gibson, Roberta L. . . . . .Portsmouth, Va. Gillenwaters, Wm. .. .... Portsmouth, Vo. Gillis, Sandra 'L. .. ..... Norfolk, Va. Gladstone, Robert . . . ..... Norfolk, Vo. Glassburner, Thomas . . . . . .Hunter AFB, Ga. Glenn, Carole M. . . , . . .Portsmouth, Va. Godwin, Curtis S. ..... Suffolk, Va. Godwin, George E. . . . . .Portsmouth, Va. Goode, Read F. . . . . .Midlothian, Va. Gorrell, Alice E. , , . . .Portsmouth, Va. Grace, Robert T. . ....... Dare, Va. Grant, Lloyd M. .... Bayside, Va. Graves, George W. . .... Richmond, Va. Grayson, Anna Fay . . . . .Portsmouth, Va. Green, Martin E. .... ...Alexandria, Vo. Gregory, James B. . . . Richmond, Va. Grimes, Jinnette L. . . . .Portsmouth, Vo. Gross, Robert J. ..... . Maplewood, N. J. Gurrieri, James L. .... New York, N. Y. Guthrie, Phyllis L. .. ....... Suffolk, Va. Guyot, Ann G. . ...... ...Portsmouth, Va. Gwaltney, Howell G. . . .Portsmouth, Va. Hoge, Mishel J. . . . . .Norfolk, Va. Hall, Allen P. .,.... Norfolk, Va. Hall, Darwin E. . .... Millsboro, Del. Hall, Eddie D. ........ Tabb, Va. Hall, James C. .. Newport News, Va. Hall, Russell E. .. .Comosorinos Md. Hamlett, Marlene .. ...... Norfolk, V0- Hammerstrand, John . . . . .Portsmouth, V0- Hammond, Janice F. . . .. .Portsmouth, V0- Handy, Virginia L. . .-.- MGfh9lfV5, VG- Haney, Garlon W. . ...Alexandria, VU Harper, Linda A. .. ..... SUff0lk, Vo Harrell, Randy F. .... Colerain, N- C' Harrell, O. Riddick .. ...... Suffolk, VG- Harrell, Virginia L. --..'4 Suffolk, V0 Harris, Karen M. .. .... Portsmouth, Vo. Harvey, John P. .Massles Mill, VG Hatchell, Tyler L. . . . . .P0I"f?m0U'fh, VO Hatzfeld, Theodore .-.. AI'lll'1Ql'Ol'l, VO- Hawkins, Doris M. . . - . -POffSmOUll'1, VG Hawkins, Thomas C. --4A'- Suffolk, V0- Hayes, John A. .... Newport News, .Va Hayman, Sallye E. . ...... Norfolk, VO Haynes, Cecil W. . .. .... Wicomico, Vo Hazzard, Victoria .,.... .,.,... S uffolk, Va. Hegd, Bruce Wayne ...... NOI'fOlk, VO. Head, James K. ..... ...Falls Church, Va Hedgepeth, Gilbert . .---,- N0l'fOll4, VCI Heilig, William W. . .. .Portsmouth, V0 Hemphill, Henry ..... .... P xttsburgh, Po Henley, Little James ,,,VO- 390531, Vo Hickle, John Molen ..... Tongier, Va Hill, Barbara A. ..--.-,, ROFTIE, GG Hoffler, Thomas Ed. . . . .Portsmouth, VC Hoffman, Frederic .. ..Falls Church, V0 Hogg, Reginald W. . . ..... HamDT0l'l, Vo Holland, Everett W. . . . .. Holland, Vo Holland, Nathaniel . . . .Portsmouth, Va Hollingsworth, T. P. South Norfolk, Va Holmes, Charles T. . . . . .Portsmouth, Va Holmes, Edward G. ...... Norfolk, Va Honeycutt, Jerry P. . . .Portsmouth, Va Hord, Ruble A. ..... .... R ichmond, Vo Horton, Charles N. . . . . .Whaleyville, Va Howell, Edith S. .... Lynnhaven, Va Hubbard, Edward L. .. .... Denbigh, Va Hubbard, George R. . . .Richmond, Va Humphreys, George R. ...Portsmouth, Va Hunsucker, Donna K. ..,.. Norfolk, Va Hutchison, Charlotte ..... Norfolk, Va Hutten, Henry James .. .... Norfolk, Va lngling, Richard T. .... .. Morehead City, N. C lvers, Suzanne C. ..... . .,... Suffolk, Va Ivey, Frances G. ...... Suffolk, Va. Ivy, Bonnie L. . .. .. .Portsmouth, Va. Jackson, Wm. P. ...Portsmouth, Va. Jean, George R. .. ...... Emporio, Va. Jereme, Mary Ann ...Portsmouth, Va Johnson, Archie C. Norfolk, Va Johnson, Bernard . . .Vienna, Va. Johnson, Charles . . .Suffolk, Va. Johnson, Elbert R. ..... Norfolk, Va. Johnson, Leland A. . ...... Norfolk, Va. Johnson, Mary J. .... Woodford, Va. Johnson, Wendell . . .Portsmouth, Va. Johnson, William .. Portsmouth, Va Joiner, John C. . ...Portsmouth, Va Jones, Betty G. ...... Suffolk, Va Jones, Floyd R. . ...Portsmouth, Va Jones, James S. .... Bon Air, Va Jones, Jean M. . . . ....,.. Urbana, Va. Jones, Ralph M. ..... Ashland, Va. Jones, Robert C. , Newport News, Va. Jones, Ronald S. .. ...South Norfolk, Va. Jones, Shirley A. ....., Suffolk, Va. Jones, Vivian C. . .. .... Forest Hill, Md. Joseph, Lawrence ,... ,,.. S eaford, Del. Joseph, Thomas A. . ....... Dover, Del. JOYCQ, Louise A. . . . . . .Portsmouth, Va. Joyner, James T. . Kash, Robert ...... Keene, Shirley D. . .. Kelley, Charles E. .. Kelley, Virginia ..... Kellon, William L. . Kelley, Brenda S. . . . Kennedy, Douglas .. Kennedy, James L. . . Keppler, John E. . Kestner, Garnett . . . Killen, Sarah L. .. King, Mary A. ,... Kinlaw, James M. . Kinney, John R. . . . . Kinsella, Ellen L. .. Kirk, Herbert M. . . Koll, Richard J. .. Lacerte, Gerald A. .. Ladd, Roger E. LaManna, Thomas J. . . . . Lancaster, Joy A. . . . . . . . Lane, Braxton L. . Lane, Kathleen B. .. Laughlin, Jane E. .. Lawrence, Mallory . Lawrence, Gordon .. Lawson, Franklin . .. Leake, Winnon B. . Leewe, Thomas W. . . . Leggett, Joseph C. . Lewis, Elsie M. . . . . Liebman, David S. Lingo, Patricia R. . Linton, Robert B. . . .. Lippard, Janice E. . Long, Steven ...... Lovett, Charles R. Leucke, Patricia A. . . . .... London Bridge, McCarron, Wm. L. . MacGorvey, Douglas McCarth Katherine Y McClennyi Robert L. . McCollum, Wm. G. . McCourt, Gordon B McLamb, Lynwood .. McCoy, Clarence . . . . . . ....... Portsmouth, . . . . .Suffolk, Va. ....Alexandria, Va. . . . .Portsmouth, Va. . . . . .Hampton, Va. . . . .Portsmouth, Va. . . . .Warrenton, Va. . . . . .Oceana, Va. ..... Faison, N..l .......Hampton, Vo. ...Maplewood, N. J. . . . .Lynchburg, Va. . . . .Vo. Beach, Va. . . . .Portsmouth, Va. . . . .Hampton, Va. . . . . .Berwick, Pa. .......Suffolk, Va. . . . .Portsmouth, Va. . . . .Portsmouth, Va. . , . .Portsmouth, Va. Va. . ...... Arlington, Va. . ...Falls Church, Va. Elizabeth City, N. C. ..... Va. Beach, Va. . .Stone Harbor, N. J. ........Suffolk, Va. . . . .Portsmouth, Va. . . . .Portsmouth, Va. . . . .Glenn Allen, Va. . . . .Falls Church, Va. . . .Washington, N. C. . . . .Portsmouth, Va. ...,.Norfolk, Va. .....Millsboro, Del. . , . .Portsmouth, Va. . . . .Portsmouth, Va. ........Norfolk, Va. ...,Cherry Hill, N. J. . .... Portsmouth, Va Vo .. .Newport News, Va. ........Norfolk, Va. , ..... Richmond, Va. .. Newport News, Va. Haddon Height, N. J. Four Oaks, N. C Va . . . . . .Portsmouth, Maddy, Jean S. .. .... Newport News, Va. Maddrey, Wm. . . . ........ Bayside, Va. Maiette, Wm. C. . ..... Yorktown, Va. Maltby, Edward .. ..... Norfolk, Va. Mann, Jacqueline .. .... Portsmouth, Va. Mann, Robert .... ....... H ayes, Va. Mann, Sarah .. .,.... Norfolk, Va Manning, Jean .. .... Portsmouth, Va. Markos, Sylvia .. ...... Norfolk, Va. Marrero, Richard .... Deer Park, N. Y. Marshall, Kenneth .. ...... Windsor, Va. Martin, Michael . . . .... Portsmouth, Va. Mason, Michael . . . . . . .Falls Church, Va Massengill, Paul .... .... P rinceton, N. C. Matlock, Sallie Jo ..... .......... N orfalk, Va. Matthews, Nick John ...Newport News, Va Mattox, Leighton ..... ..... P ortsmouth, Va Maxey, Dwight .... .... L ynnhaven, Va Meads, Robert L . ,...... Bayside, Va Mercer, George R. . ..... Portsmouth, Va Medford, Linda ., . ........ Suffolk, Va Meredith, Sharon . ..Virginia Beach, Vo Merrill, Garrison . . . ....,. Portsmouth, Va Mertig, Robert .. ......... Eclipse, Va MESSUSF, l'lU9l'1 - - , ......... Dover, Del Messner, Robert .... ........... D over, Del Michaels, Nicholas . ..Virginia Beach, Va Mihelic, Clara F. .. . ,...... Norfolk, Va Miles, Lawrence P. . ..... Richmond, Va Millen, Thomas .... .... M obiack, Va Miller, Donald .. ....... Norfolk, Va Mills, Owen P. .. Miner, Donald . . Moffett, Mina . . . Molleen, Clifton . . . Moore, Betty Carol .. Moore, John Edward Moore, Judith Ann Moore, Mary Q. Moore, Shirley A. , Morgan, Edgar M . Morgan, Jane H. . . . Morgan, Tommy A. Morowitz, Edward .... Moscopulos, Barbara Mott, Judith B. Mountcastle, Thelma Moyer, Robert A. .. Muehlbauer Doroth Mumford, Lee ... Murphy, Patricia . . Murray, Edward . . . Murray, Robert G. . Noff, Sally M. .... . Nichols, Herman . . Nolan, Mary Ann . Norfleet, Ann Scott .. Norman, Shirley A. . Niles, Raymond R . . . . .Portsmouth, Va . . . .Portsmouth, Va . . . . -Norfolk, Va . . . . .Cradock, Va . . . .Portsmouth, Vo . . . .Portsmouth, Va .......Suffolk, . ...... . . . .Norfolk, Va Vo . . .South Norfolk, Va ........Norfolk, Va ........Suffolk, Va ....,.Franklin, Va . . . . .Portsmouth, Va ........Norfolk, Va . . .South Norfolk, Va ........Norfolk, Va . . , .Portsmouth, Va . . . . .Norfolk, Va . . . .Alexandria, Va . .... Norfolk, Va . . .Newark, N. J . . . . . . .Norfolk, Va . . . .Boones Mills, Va. . .South Norfolk, Va. ........Norfolk, Va. . . . . . . .Suffolk, Va. . . .Portsmouth, Va. . . . . .Norfolk, Va. ...Newport News, Va Oberhauser, Bart A. . O'Briant, James P. . Olden, Jack ....... Overman, Barbara J. Overman, Judith F. . Owens, Owen, Owen, Owens, Pace, Barbara . . . Robert R. .. Wm.N. Paul . . . Luther . . . Palacio, Wm. .. Parker, Beverly .. Parker, Bruce .,.. Parker, John G. . . . , . Parker, Marsha T. .. Parker, Michael .. Parker, Otis ...... Parkinson, Nancy .. Parlette, Sue M. .. . Parris, Jefferson . . . Paschall, Herman .. Paulis, Charles .... Pavey, Charles .. . .,...., Norfolk, Va. Peake, Denice .. Peele, Frank Peele, Marcia . . . . Perry, Leon ....,. Phelps, Gloria F. .. Philbrick, Wm. . Pierce, Roberta . . . Plant, Marbury . Pierce, George .. Porter, Brenda . . . Porter, Walter . . Potter, Leon .. Potter, Wm. Potts, Dorothy .. Pound, Barbara . Powell, Brenda . . Powell, Linda Powell, John .,..,,...... Powers, Sarah V. ...w Pay, George . ....... Precythe, John ..,.., I Presnell, Thomas .. Prince, Ronald . . . Pullen, Nina L. .. Parnell, Charles .. Purvis, Richard .. Putman, Teddy .. Raines, Thomas .. Rory, Gloria ..... Ratley, Edward Reynolds, Sam M. Rhodes, Carolyn S. .. Rhodes, Charles Rhodes, Mary E. .. Riley, Patricia .. Roberts, Wm. . . . . Robbins, Johnnie .. Robinson, Danield Rogerson, Linwood . Rose Kenneth ,..... Rotlrfermel, Mary Ann' U Rountree, Leah C. . . . Royster, Robert S. . . . Rugg, Kenneth . . . 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FQ erzbf gn Y!-?C'fIbZ2 Y Y .L , ii 'f ' N ' W L , 'Na' Q, S, 1 1 1 w ww ,, '- Q p-4,1 , W , ,fa ..l V, Wm, - REL, ' Q00 O OK And didn'f H i ' V N Ofz, r 66.36 ,hgh That was o short one - for? 1 This wwf-of S it rain Break Time! re0Q1'1Cf Gokye, On May 30, 1962, in a dramatic narrative brilliantly sprinkled with satire and humor, Professor Lucille Vint- son reviewed and brought sharply into focus the accom- plishments of this struggling first year institution. The presentation lasted well over an hour, but action moved swiftly with surprise following surprise. The program was interspersed with musical numbers by the college choir and band, and, Frederick's Seven Danc- ing Dwarfs, who came in unannounced, provoked the audi- ence to hysterical laughter. At the beginning of the program, President Blanchard and several of Frederick's professors were seated on the stage, but no one knew what to expect. Professor Vintson began by saying that Frederick had done exceptionally well for a nine months old youngster, and continued by saying, "Frederick, where are you? This is your life! Will you please come forward so that we may honor you'today?" With these words, Tye Covington, son of Professor W. P. Covington III, sauntered leisurely down the aisle from the rear of the auditorium, dressed in a Frederick College red night shirt and stocking cap, and carrying the first issue of the college annual, The Driftwood. He stopped to shake hands with a few men students and to kiss a few of his beautiful coeds. He was beckoned to the stage, and stood beside the microphone to hear these words: "You have very much to be proud of today, Frederick, and we are proud of you. Let's look back to the beginning of your life in September so that we may see your accomplish- ments in their proper perspective." Miss Sallye Hayman selected and played appropriate background music on the organ throughout the entire program. Quoting from the script, which was written and nar- rated by- Professor Vintson, the highlights of the program were as follows: "There is a song entitled 'You're Nobody 'Til Somebody Loves You,' and you are blessed, Frederick, with many who love you. First of all, you were a dream in the gener- ous heart of your .great and benevolent founder, Mr. Fred W. Beazley. He must have loved you very much to have established your home in one of the most beautiful and most historical settings in the Old Dominion. Your home borders on approximately two miles of Hampton Roads, one of the greatest natural harbors in the world, and leisurely spreads over 800 acres of scenic coastal land. Rich green forests add much natural beauty to your coast- al home. Here, on March 9, one hundred years ago, the famous battle between the Monitor and the Merrimac took place. Three years later Abraham Lincoln, himself, was in these waters. It is the dream of your founder, Frederick, that those who attend here will dedicate them- selves to purposes and ideals befitting your noble heri- tage." "In keeping with this unexcelled dream and incompar- able setting, your founder obtained the services of the most capable and highly respected legal mind in the coun- try as Chairman of the Board of Trustees-the Justice of the Supreme Court of Virginia, Lawrence W. I'Anson." "Next, Frederick, someone had to be chosen to watch carefully and steadfastly over you, night and day, hour upon hour, to give that meticulous care and .guidance that little fellows need-someone who loved you as much as the founder loved you-someone with an understanding heart and an unsurpassed devotion. That man was found, Fred- erick, a man who is unequalled in honor and integrity, un- derstanding and strength-a man who in spite of the trials of the strenuous tasks demanded of one in his posi- 13 yo ur 1' ef tion-always extended a warm handshake and a winning smile to everyone on every occasion. Regardless of how old you get to be, Frederick, you will remember with love and pride this great man who set your feet on the ground and started you walking toward a place in the educational Sun. President Willard J. Blanchard." "Robinson Crusoelhad his man Friday and President Blanchard has his girl Friday. I am speaking of the scin- tillating darling of the Administration 'Building, Mrs. Martha Cameron, whose efficiency and charm are exceed- ed only by her wit. Take a bow, beautiful. Mr. Walter Martindale, president of the Freshman class, then presented a plaque to President Blanchard, flowers to Mrs. Blanchard, and a silver tray to Mrs. Elsa Radcliffe, Secretary of the Deans. Mr. Tom Holland, president of Pan-Hellenic, presented a silver tray to President Blanchard. "In introducing this next man, Frederick, I am remind- ed of a quotation from that great Chinese philosopher, Confucius. 'The way of a superior man is three fold: virtuous, he is free from anxieties, wise, he is free from perplexitiesg bold, he is free from fear! This is the man who possessed the goodness, the wisdom, and the courage to set your scholastic course. This is the man upon whom all of us, administrators, faculty and students, have lean- ll ed for counsel and guidance. This can be only one man- our beloved and highly respected Dean of the College- Dr. Ernest R. Wood." "The next honor bearer, Frederick, is one whose unex- celled service has won a position of National acclaim for you by being listed this year in "Who's Who in American Education." This same person was initiated this year into the Delta Kappa Gamma, an inter-national honoraryl sorority for women of accomplishment in Education. This is the lady who will turn out the office lights while you cry, or will serve you a cup of coffee for a pick-up. This is the lady who offers a helping hand with the problems of students and faculty alike. I am referring to that en- thusiastic angler and sailor, that nautical neophyte, your Dean of Women-Dean Vivian L. Gibson." "The next honor bearer is a member of 'Who's Who in American Science'. He is also the author of an article on teen-age marriage which has been accepted for publi- cation by the Broadman, Press, Nashville, Tenn. Dr. C. N. Parker." "In the matter of publications, Frederick, there are many more. Another member of your faculty has a treatise entitled "A Note on the Authorship of the Apo- calypse" published in "New Testament Studies", a schol- arly bulletin which is circulated all over the world. Dr. Andrew Helmboldf' "In this month's issue of the Science Teacher there is an article written by another professor in your institu- tion. This article is entitled "Closed Circuit TV in Science Instruction." This same gentleman is the recipient of a National Science Foundation Grant at the University of North Carolina to do graduate study this summer in Bot- any. Mr. Allan Mandellf' "There's more to come, Frederick. Another honored member of your faculty had an article in the February issue of "The Southeastern Geology Magazine", published quarterly by the Department of Geology of Duke Univer- sity. This article was entitled "Sediment of the Beaufort Inlet Area of North Carolina". The eminent author has also received a National Science Foundation grant for ,College Teacher Research Participation at Virginia Insti- tute of Marine Science at Gloucester Point, Virginia, to continue his doctoral research. Mr. Roland W. Batten." "This next man, Frederick, who brings you honor, has achieved national prominence by having some of his poetry, essays and short stories published in different anthologies. He is also the author of a play entitled 'iShirt Tail Boy" which is being used in numerous text books in Drama in Virginia, New York State and other states of the union. This year the University of North Carolina and the Carolina Dramatic Association selected four of their most outstanding playwrites who had been students at North Carolina during the past 40 years. On the basis of "Shirt Tail Boy" this faculty member was selected as one of the Big Four. Also, at Moorehead State College in Kentucky on May 19th of this year, the out- standing student in the field of Drama was resented a P key bearing his name. Only this week he 'received a trophy from the Portsmouth Little Theater for having the best directed play of the 1961-62 season. This is your own famous author and playwrite, Frederick, who is said to walk so fast that he gets to class before his clothes do. Mr. W. P. Covington III." "Frederick, the talent of this man was never more evi- dent than in his recent production of "Christ in the Con- crete City." It was a superb production, and I think it would be fitting to have the cast rise at this time and share honors with him." "Another member of your faculty has brought honor to you by receiving a National Science Foundation grant to attend a summer conference at the University of Michigan, and is required to initiate a research project at this time. Mr. Robert G. Forrest." L "Another member of your faculty, Frederick, has brought honor to you by being selected as a member of the "American Men of Science". These men are selected for outstanding achivement in their field.Mr. R. Baine Harris." We cannot complete introductions of honored faculty members, without congratulating a young lady who, through her ability and imagination, has established a tradition for you, Frederick, by her beautiful and im- pressive production of the first May Day Festival. Mrs. Pat Staufferf' Three other professors were recognized for their recent publications in national journals. X "Percentage wise, Frederick, there is no faculty of any college that can boast of so many men of letters and ac- complishments, or so many members who have won na- tional recognition. Someone has said that the clue of one's destiny lies at the foot of the cradle. This being true, Frederick, you are certainly destined to become a great fellow." "Time does not permit the mention of many other hon- ors that these same members and other members of this faculty have received this year and in former years, so we are recognizing today only those who have received the most outstanding honors in this, your first year of life." "Some of us haven't brought any special fame to you this year, Frederick, and the man who summed up all certain our feelings along this line was uttered by a faculty member when he was asked what honor he had gentle- received this year. To quote that gentleman's man, Colonel Jerome Blair, 'I have received the greatest honor of all, the privilege of associating with the out- standing wonderful people of this campus and areal" "To quote Paul Whitehead, 'True courage is not the brutal force of vulgar heroes, but the firm resolve of virtue and reason'. This quotation describes that portion of your splendid students, Frederick, who walked hand in hand with the faculty and administrators in cour- fif XS? age, in untiring effort, and even personal sacrifice, in some cases, to see that you would have successful first year. In promoting the poses of an educational institution, the charged with as much responsibility as an exceptionally ideals and pur- student body is the faculty and administration. In one short year, Frederick, your stu- dent body came through with flying colors. Every or- ganization necessary to your well rounded life was formed and was successfully operated. In the face of overwhelming odds you formed some thirty odd organi- zations for governmental, scholarly, and social programs." The following students were introduced for their outstanding service to the college: Mr. Clarence McCoy, President of the Student Gov- ernment Association, Miss Carol Bodie, house president of Godwin Hall, Miss Marie Farrow, house president of Eggleston Hall, Miss Barbara Pound, president of over-all Women's Student Government for the following year, Mr. Elmer Black, recipient of a certificate of pro- ficiency in behalf of Duckworth Hall, winner of intra- mural sports, Eighteen students who made the Dean's List for high scholastic average during the first semester, Ten students who received honorable Dean's List, mention on the Miss Pat Riley received an award for the most out- standing Math student in the freshman class, Mr. Edgar Morgan, recipient of a Distinguished Serv- ice Medal for 1962 from the Demolay Organization of Virginia, Miss Sandra Barker, an award for the most proficient typing student, Miss Anita Wright, Editor of Frederick's first col- lege annual, Mr. Robert Dietz, Business Manager of the annual, Miss Betty Moore, Beauty Teen of the Week selected by radio station WNOR in Norfolk, Miss Sally Hayman, college organist, Miss Sandra Dawn Williams, 1962 winner of Miss Portsmouth contest, and Miss Mary Jane Airney, second runner-up of the 1962 Miss Portsmouth contest. Mr. J oe Silvestri was given a medal by Mrs. Augustus Rawls from the Fort Nelson Chapter of the DAR for his proficiency in American History. The student body sang the Alma Mater, which was written by one of Frederick's professors, then Professor Vintson ended the program with these words. "Frederick, it has been a memorable year, and every- one is extremely proud of your many accomplishments and honors. The brightest crowns that are worn in heaven have been tried, and smelted, and polished, and glorified through the furnace of tribulation. Frederick, your President has led us through the fires of that furnace in your very first year-and he who can heroic- ally endure adversity, as you have done, will bear pros- perity with equal greatness. There are enough people who love you to see you through to manhood and to see you take your rightful place among the finest, most distinguished colleges in the nation. As a reminder of your first birthday under the leadership of our ad- mired President, here is a copy of all your accomplish- ments as reviewed here today. Inside it, also, are our dreams and hopes for a brighter future, our undying spirit of loyalty and love." "Frederick" presented the book to President Blanchard, and the audience dispersed in high spirits-feeling that everything was "Go!" for Frederick in 1962-63. EXT T ' x . -. 5 . X. .. ,3 1 ' W1 01. v qw, v N fy ,,,. , ,fi W' 6- ' FX-.A sis! :qh'i:-M' ,gait 'L' KJ ' . N v-.. B IA JJ , A , E ,' ' h 'I '14 w1y"'-f- '::'2.,9. N - 7 41 1 , V. W I 1 " . ' L i f 4 vi U an . r,,. -1 ' M, wqs. If A fa, T . JV V Yif,5:.,7 ,, :IZ ,Q V ,, all az: '4 "'1: + , n M5 ' f' - -f-as-' '-:sei-rw-f 5 W ' J f:g5g1ffv,m-k-2., .,4:- n 1, M' Init' V1 ' .. w n 1 , ' Q 45 ' O 1 Ri NR 1' A fn' . Q s .,, ,V H an If 'I 15 ' 5 at vm. ' if m . 4 . f u .v , ,- - 'G . Q' V- 'ly ' , N 7'-55 vs who s ff "U, x 'VAL A if-: .f' V . .3 'U fu. I t. 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