Frederick College - Driftwood Yearbook (Portsmouth, VA)

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K , ' . 2- 1- fe At Yorktown, October 19, 1781, the surrender of the British Army under Lord Corn- wallis to the allied French and American forces commanded by General Washington marked the virtual close of the American Revolution. if r ,. lrriif 2 4 15. -fs. w , R 4 .' .4,'I :Q , , W, A. hm gsqiiqul 5 Ut. N !..'-tlelir .H '1fSk"M9kQfXXQ 1 .ww : M 1 1.1 '. . ,, 3. gil. ' Rf:WTf'v5 1' X S123 Ffa ' ,' In A A',xyg3,. . zx3 ,!",w1 -In ll ig? MUN 'Hg N, 5 rf' ' -7- . , . WM W My -G . H. '. 3 4 Q f e ggwg S A -74 1 S ,f ' x A X x 2' XX . fx l , . .X mln ol' 1 -, tl.: jx . - , f sf Jamestown: Over three centuries ago, December 1607, more than a hundred men, including Captains Newport and John Smith, sailed in three small vessels from Eng- land to establish a colony in Virginia. if No longer does this cannon roar to ward off British Infantrymen attacking Washington's troops. 6 Dinner party by Frederickians at Josiah Chownings Tavern in Williamsburg. J .0 .Q NEWS FROM YORKTOWN COCTOBER, 17815 "Past two o'clock and Cornwallis is taken." How the message is sped and gone To the farm and the town and the forest Till the world was one vast dawn! To distant and slave-sunk races Bowed down in their chains that morn, How it swept on the winds of Heaven. Like a cry for God's justice born! xAnonymous is 5 ,W N -, 251 ... .:. Q, X ,,,+' in 1' D Q' QI'-QM' Q. "rf--JJ. rw 'F - 3' ,- '. . ' I 4 ,1 9 , 4 is 7 v 'fi' fag! x 5 VW ,L U fi f ', R s ff if ' 'P'?f,i'! x. .. 4 -Q -'K R E Q4 'II .I -ge E55 ,F I :V-z' ,9 iw 55- 1. ., , , - 111 Fr. -1 :HL .mm ,pr 5 fr av, 'VA 1. H . ' 8 b V -iff' I K - I ,S .p':,. ' D, s A h ' , ', 1, L ,'g ' 'At r I V x '. . .5 - .L . of ' 5 A' ' 0 I' v 'YK x 9 -.ffl 'ff H , L' l QA 5s La, Wfgi? 'qw Lvlqwuul 5 u rl., I., Z IQ! S., f4f12:'9ffi9 "' 'He :gf gag , my ,.'+,'rff fa- '1'5" Mfg: -251 :Cf .wi - . fi' ' I ' .Q -nah , , 'IW' ,.f .Q n ,Q ' J." ""' un Cxfzywil VFW' -v0t-- "Il, ., A '- -din . ' 'Hahn - ' - wdlbav- ff , 1 """" 3 . Wvfffr QA Asia' -ifgff' -. . ,,.- , fa :gg Bruton Parish Church, Williamsburg. where Virginia's leaders worshipped. jf R1 N On this green bank, by this soft stream, We set to-day a votive stoneg That memory may their deed redeem, When, like our sires, our sons are gone Spirit that made those heroes dare To die, and leave their children free, Bid Time and Nature gently spare The shaft we raise to them and thee. - Ralph Waldo Emerson Life in colonial Jamesa town was no easy ex- istence for the women who first came to the colony in 1619. Here senior Sallye Hayman demonstrates the lost art of drawing water from an old covered well in front of a model of one of the thatched roofed homes of the early settlers. ' .wfifl-r,A ,J -frrlri ' ,gf 'Wh J 1... ,zu L 55.3" mi 541, G, , ,gif ifiizfyrn .l h. 12722 lil. LIZ' 'L 7:5 .A ' .V fig' Z5 Ei ig 47" - "Z, 4:-Q aj-' , --5 x at X, M, I - ... XE 1- p A -- : l A rf? ga ,1 if F' 1 UQ? Qfg Q Q hlig fi I fw I 3 4- . .f -fr' '. - Af -:. ' -, 1.3 glv- ,,.:- Y.,. ','-"' f--f- ,- 'lff' 1 sir 1 4, r - .. ' vafg Pf'.g:" f 71 r lr " 442' - , 4, - . .0 ,,.. , . -f-, .M , .l . w. X, On the Chesapeake's broad bay, in the month of May. England's cross-St. George's ensign flowed Where ne'er before emblazoned banner glowedg Where English breasts throbbed fast as English eyes Looked o'er the waters with a glad surprise, Looked gladly out upon the varied scene Where stretched the woods in all their pomp of greeng That flung great shadows o'er the land. - Anonymous I3 Uamestownj Eg The two churches pictured here are representative of America. Trinity Episcopal Church on High Street in Portsmouth is on site do- nated by William Crawford, Founder of Portsmouth. In its graveyard are many revolutionary figures' graves. The church below is at Jamestown. Within its walls Virginia's great gentlemen worshipped and gave thanks to God. 'NX' ' 4 . 4, at ' ,P l on 'F ali:--1 . 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O' " 16 Not as the conqueror come, They the true hearted, cameg Not with the roll of the stirring drums And the trumpet that signs of fame: Not as the flying come, In silence and in fear, They shook the depths of the desert gloom With their hymns of lofty cheer. Amidst the storm they sang, And the stars heard, and the seag And the sounding aisles of the dim woods rang To the anthem of the free. The Ocean eagle soared From his nest by the white wave's foam, And the rocking pines of the forest roared This was their welcome home. What sought they thus afar? Bright jewels of the mine? The wealth of seas, the spoils of war ?- The sought a faith's pure shrine! Ay, call it holy ground, The soil where first they trodg They have left unstrained what they found the- Freedom to worship God. fFrom The "Landing of the Pilgrim Fathers In New England" by Felicia D. Hemans.J Close ties between the City of Portsmouth and Frederick College are as vital in building this institution as any other phase in our development. Pictured here are radiant co- eds on the steps of Portsmouth's historic Court House located on High Street. Below, Jean Maddy poses at one of Portsmouth's picturesque old homes - another heritage of colonial Virginia. . ' ' '.lX 0 l ar ,pf -'13 uf? ft! ff ,pf Erected in 1876, this monument at Court Street was dedicated to "Our Confederate Dead." Q . -l- 2 5 . 5 3 l 1 'ii i"" 44,2 When Captain Smith landed at Jamestown in 1607 in a ship similar to the one pictured here, he found the Indian villages guarded by images such as the one pictured above. After a few months the settlers of Jamestown established this Fort for protection from their new and often hostile environment. 5 1 ??'F"'.v-vqwv-nr W. ,.,,.., , ATLSE . , X'f,-4.2-FV , f - . - lff.a'.i'K1 r l fewafnll , -, 3 S X .m ffiigvgj .y A i?'aJ,H'fgI 53 I. Y. 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'FT ' ' UN -. . ,k,,. , WE SALUTE OUR PRESIDENT IN I-IIs FINAL YEAR AT FREDERICK 'Q 946 Dr. and Mrs. Alford and son Andy In the three years that Dr, Alford has been president of the college we have seen the Fred- erick "Pioneers", as he labeled them, make great strides. This year Dr. Alford is leaving to accept a position as Superintendent of Schools for the City of Portsmouth. The College is losing a man who has Worked hard in a great "labor of love" and Who has done much to see Frederick take its place among the small colleges on the East Coast. It Was during his administration that we saw Frederick become accredited by the State of Vir- ginia, for which Dr. Alford deserves much of the credit. We are sorry to see him go but our love and prayers will be with him always as we know his will be with the college. Dr. Ernest R. Wood Dean of the College Ohio University, B.A. Ohio University, B.S. Clark University, M.A. University of Chicago, Ph.D. mzhflsfrafjbn Joseph H. Harkey Dean of Men Chowan College, A.A. University of South Carolina, B.A. University of Tennessee, M.A. Vivian L. Gibson Dean of Women Women's College, University of North Carolina, B.A. University of Alabama, M.A. Linz D. Brown Registrar Bethel Junior College George Peabody College for Teachers B.S, and M.A. Uhnn, in -sun fI9f gum 122, Iihr Qezntuns uf PV 0 giuuguur I5 meztlxnvss is 3HHez1ri1u2-as I ' uvvh if YJU. , ' ' I c "' BUZ, r nth, ruin Qrnnlir Qlhupeln 1- I 'ii Q Szacu ly Teaching at a small college requires a sacrifice of personal freedom and implies a challenge to individual ability. The competition is not great, but criticism from all sides is strong. Professorship at such an institution demands an interdependence and co-operation among faculty members. The small size of the student body results in a close contact between students and faculty. Since the ideal small college should be a tidy homogeneous community, personal contribution by each of its members is a requisite for the maintenance of an equi- librium and a constant, gradual progress. For a very young college, the rate of expansion and the establishment of a student body of high caliber depends heavily on the influence of a good faculty. Through their inspiration and their example, the intellectual atmosphere of the campus is charged. To the students, they represent the voice of authority in each of their individual fields. They have the personal power to arouse or smother a student's native curiosity in a particular area of knowledge. We look to our faculty with gratitude for those professors who have been the most demanding of us, and the most enthusiastic about their subject matter, and we remember all of them, as each has had his effect upon the development of our minds and our lives. IE Dr. Clyde Parker Dr. Andrew Helmbold Co-ordinator of Division of Co-ordinator of Division of Psychology and Education Philosophy and Religion 26 Professor Arthur Withers Co-ordinator of Division of Communications Dr. Raymond Morgan Acting Co-ordinator of Division of Social Sciences l ... Dr. Francis W. Brown Co-ordinator of Division of Mathematics and Natural Sciences re0f2r1'cf Gojeye Jerome E. Blair Associate Professor of History U S Milita Academ B.S. - - Iv . .Y Georgetown University, M.A. f I I Dr. Francis W. Brown Professor of Chemistry Mass. Institute of Technology, B.S. Harvard University, M.S., Ph.D. 1 , 'Q-ffffgfehi 'f,::5"Ifl:i'X' g . Q Qiin ilp ' 7 ' VI J. ffim' -Es .V It-5' 191 , 52,2 roi, J., ., ' e 'I si' :WG r - , 1 I t.,-.F " f if 5 . . T ' 5' I L, 3 I " 3 Henry Marshall Booker Assistant Professor of Economics Lynchburg College, B.A. University of Virginia, M.A N. i W. P. Covington, III Associate Professor of English University of North Carolina, B.A., M.A. Philip Buchanan Assistant Professor of English University of North Carolina, B.A. University of Virginia, i xv s . i ff' Claude W. Crist, Jr. Assistant Professor of Geology Virginia Polytechnic Institute, B.S. University of Virginia, M.S N01'W00d Davis -""' "" ' ' 1,f Associate Professor of et i , Religi0I1 ' 1 ' i, , , , Wake Forest College, B.A. ' " i'i,T Southwestern Ba tist k' . N W P Theological Seminary, Th.M. f ,Xxx , x :gs X ,Q S fs , ,Qigq it bv v s Xa s we E a his 'W' x YASQWQMQ xt., T f '-:r::4:.,.fe.:q-a4eff:sP ., " +143 , F .rzww-gf If 5 -. . Va .. V mx ww, ,Q....f, AQ, X ,X W? X kc is Q N N dx vi is l X we H t, Q Y NE? RQ IQ , xi fx 'vk 1 if , W 5 Dr. Dinorah Esteva Assistant Professor of Physics Vedado Institute, B.S. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, M.S. University of Havana, Ph.D. -525' , - st.s P c 4,yl R. Baine Harris Professor of Philosophy University of Richmond B.A., M.A. Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, B.D. Emory University, M.A. 1 I W I Walter F Harris Associate Professor of Modern Languages Wake Forest College, B.A. University of Virginia, M.A. 28 3 Dr. Dwight Ericsson Associate Profesor of Religion San Diego State College, B.A. Bethel Theological Seminary, B.D. University of Chicago, Ph.D Andrew K. Helmbold Professor of Religion University of Dubuque, B.A. Mission House Seminary, B.D. Dropsie College for Hebrew, Ph.D. Robert F. Hodges Assistant Professor of Health 8z Physical Education East Carolina College, B.S., M.A. X f Dr. Bemamm H. Hill Professor of Biology Texas Christian University, B.A., M.S. University of Illinois, Ph.D. Mabel Hill Assistant Professor of English Salem College, B.A. Columbia University, M.A V I i of 1 Austin Howard Associate Professor of Mathematics St. Lawrence College, B.S. Cornell University, M.S. 29 Willmer A. Hoerr Associate Professor of English Washington and Jefferson College, B.A. University of Pittsburgh, M.A. James W. Howell Assistant Professor of Biology Memphis State University B.S., M.S. 1 mfg 1 is ,XX 9, iff 5 3' I -' l f is 4 x .M '.LPe1,n"' '- Gwvrf V -L+... -. V .W-'.f,,51-,w:,r ,.,. Q,-gf 5. f A MQ.. . ":5fLf:1:a2N if ' 211.4-affze 4 :e z if f'f2::5S? - ' ' . .www . ,, V M' '.. - - V-4 fsfifff. 4: 'BMI cf, 5" -:. fl 5 V A fringes-'vs-5 , . . fi - " ' 1 ' 2 alia? . 'iv-5 ' rf ., F . 55: Richard L. Lage Assistant Professor of Physical Education Lenoir Rhyne College, B.S. East Carolina College, M.A. Robert N. Joyner Assistant Professor of Mathematics East Carolina College, B.S., M.A. Jack R. Kidd Associate Professor of English Randolph-Macon College, A.B. George Peabody College, H M.A. Francis Mc Donald Associate Professor of Business Administration East Carolina College, B.S., M.A. Ns... Barbara Madigan Co-ordinator of Elementary Education for Student Teachers East Carolina College, B.S., M.A, Francis H. Madigan Professor of Health and Physical Education East Carolina College, B.S University of North Carolina, M.A. Alan Mandell Associate Professor of Dr. Raymond W. Morgan Professor of Business Administration State College, Indiana, Pennsylvania, B.S. University of Pittsburgh, Ph.D. Biology Holy Cross College, B.S. University of Virginia, M.Ed. 'tra' -x ,l . Dr. Clyde N. Parker Professor of Psychology University of Richmond, B.A. Southern Ba tist Theo p - logical Seminary, Th.M. University of Richmond, M.A. Southern Baptist Theo- logical Seminary, Ph.D ig 2 '77 i X 31 1 I ' wx Vernon Morgan Associate Professor of French Stetson University, B.A. Southern Baptist Seminary, B.D., Th.M. A ufffvgl Robert F. Marshall Assistant Professor of Spanish Guilford College. B.A. Georgxe Peabody College M. . Virginia Parker Co-ordinator of Student f i ' A Teachers V, f University of Virginia, , ,qi - -i B.A., M.A. fax? A sag 'iss Mf Frederick W. Patterson Associate Professor of Mathematics Lafayette College, B.A. West Virginia University, '. 3?3f?i'1 ' '- 7 V, ,..1-vl.E4,gL2Z1.- fi' ' 'Q e.: rs-1,531 it egg? I. ' '. V , V. iia agifez' 1 Aw 'F 1.2.4 iii" ,. ' X gf' I I S X . I , N. Q - 1 1' I Paul G. Reitzer Associate Professor of History LeTourneau College, B.A. Baylor University, M.A. Southern Baptist Theo- logical Seminary, B.D, Dr. Charles E. Payne Professor of Spanish Perkinston Junior College, A.A. University of Southern Mississippi, B.A. La Universidad Inter- americana, M.A , Ph.D. E. Murray Rudisill, Jr. Assistant Professor of Mathematics North Carolina State College, B.S. University of North Carolina, M.A. Harry T. Rinehart, Jr. Instructor of Psychology Bridgewater College, B.A. 5 i r S Dr. Margaret K. Shen Professor of History Yenching University, Peking, China, B.A. Columbia University, M.A University of Wisconsin, Ph.D. Patricia Stauifer Associate Professor of Health and Physical Education West Virginia University, B.S. East Carolina College, M.A. I X 1 N' i 1' Donald Smith Assistant Professor of Music Director of Choral and Vocal Program Eastman School of Music of the University of Rochester, B.M. University of Michigan, M.M. Stanley Rola-Szustkievicz Associate Professor of Chemistry fLwow Institute of Tech- nology, Polandj North Carolina State College Pennsylvania State University University of California "'H"'-7' Z George E. Stetson Associate Professor of History Yale University, B.A. University of Delaware, M.A. I Robert E. Stapleton Assistant Professor of History Syracuse University, A.B., M.A. 3 xii l Dr. Joseph L. Stevens Visiting Professor of German George Washington University, M.C.L. University of Vienna, Ju.D v Wayne Tipps Assistant Professor of . Music . 1 ' Middle Tennessee College, 'T mm'-A B. Mus. Ed. ,- . ' George Peabody College for Teachers, M.A., Mus. Ed. 1' E. Lucille Vintson Associate Professor of English Huntingdon College, B.A. University of Wisconsin, Ph.M. Ralph L. Warren Associate Professor of Chemistry Dube University, A.B. East Carolina College, M.A. Norman H. Weems Associate Professor of Biology ' . Middle Tennessee State College, B.S. George Peabody College for Teachers M.A. f - 7 1 ' L .S 1 Milton G. Wethermgton " ' - rt' '-:-: Sit. . , ' Associate Professor of - - fsf'Xvn-"g,1f.f,- Physical Education E t C 1' C ll -- - as aroma o ege, . - ' Sw Bag- , . ,,, , 1 ' 'NS in'-fx. ' t R William W. Wicker Librarian n W University of Mississippi, B.A. 1 A 1' Louisiana State University , leg 3 1 M.S.L.S. f FN 1 S at I 34 Anita W. Withers Assistant Professor of Psychology and Education High Point College, B.A. Presbyterian School of Christian Education, M.A University of North Carolina, M.Ed. X, Professor Advlses Student on Curriculum Professol Stetson Contemplates His 7 O clock Class X "I have no doubt that I often speak of things which are better treated by the members of the craft, and with more truth. This is simply a trial of my natural faculties, and not of my acquired ones. If anyone catches me in ignorance, he will score no triumph over me, since I can hardly be answerable to another for my reasonings, when I am not answerable for them to myself, and am never satisfied with them. Let the man who is in search of knowledge fish for it where it lies: there is nothing that I lay less claim to. These are my fancies, in which I make no attempt to convey information about things, only about myself. I may have some objective knowledge one day, or may perhaps have had it in the past when I happened to light on passages that explained things, but I have forgotten it allg for though I am a man of some reading, I am one who retains nothing. So I can offer nothing certain except to recount the extent of my knowledge at the present moment. No attention should be paid to the matter, only to the shape that I give it. Let it be judged from what I borrow whether I have chosen the right means of exalting my theme. For I make others say what I cannot say so well myself, sometimes from poverty of expression, sometimes from lack of understand- ing. I do not count my borrowings, I weigh themg had I wished them to be valued by their number, I could have loaded myself with twice as many. They are all, or very nearly all, by names so famous and ancient that I think their authors revel them- selves without my mentioning them. .Mu ww' ' ' In the case of arguments and ideas that I trans- plant on to my own soil and mix with my own, I have sometimes deliberately omitted to name my source, in order to check the rashness of those hasty critics who pounce on writings of every sort, es- pecially on new books by men still living, written in the vulgar tongueg a practice which permits the whole world to comment, and seemingly to prove that their conception and design are vulgar also. I will gladly take on my nose the tweak that is rightly Plutarch's, and receive on my head the rage that should be poured on Seneca's. For I must use these great men's virtues as a cloak for my weak- ness. But I will love anybody who can strip me of my feathers, by clarity of judgment, I mean, and merely by distinguishing the strength and beauty of the ancient language. For though my memory is so faulty that I constantly fail to recognize their place of origin, I can very well tell, by measuring my own capacities, that my soil is quite incapable of producing any of the more precious flowers I find sown there, and that all the fruits of my own growing would never equal them in value. If I get myself into a muddle, if there is some- thing empty and faulty in my reasoning that I am unable to perceive for myself, or incapable of see- ing when it is pointed out to me, then for this I may be held to account. Mistakes often escape our eyes, but it is the sign of a poor judgment if we are unable to see them when shown to us by another." T fi S. bf? ii If ai WSI if lm rm 'K gg -Q v M-ga! .-N, 'X,. Ks. -we J. " A jf?-' .' gig 2-A" ' lr. 4 I V Q , 5 Ax .- L . , ' 4.s.'1,'f ' h . 1 Y , , , ,. . I. . , ,M ,t .. " '-f' 1 . .1 -g 'if - 'L ,.I- 'I' I I X3 gf- A74 .' 'V Xl . . R- ,yvmf ! 'IJ ,lg ai I- V V . Y .,x6a,,kLJ,r. :g' 5 h- .lp f I .fy 3 U- ' . . ., - Y .L I ' , .,. - .- Sy Q kiw i ja , I .. 2 1 .5 sjgqi .J "L ' 'aff E be 'S' ' X 5. If-. I A As I 'I' wi ' ' ' 1 . . L1 Q ' ,pw- r' " ' "- ' " Tim! . 1 X A .' .f-d -3: I ' - ' I ,. 'Q H I- A X A r 1 .. I v A - 4 ' i " 5 K ' Y -LY N ' , , 3 I K , I QV! ir .Ll lid. 5 gi f .,,, A 'I uv I : 5: I N- H new A , 4 it , Sw rs,-Q, X, Z -- Y A 1 'L-.-g.si1:f. :F n . :g:-..LE,,!- e, r in -L J' j ' ,' Y Lfsii - v n A it E J . I 1 A A .life 4z..a.f -, . - ,- hs Agn f Knowledge and truth may dwell in us without judgment, and judgment also without themg in- deed to recognize onels ignorance is one of the best and surest signs of judgment that I know. I have no other drill-sergeant but chance to put order into my writings. As my thoughts come into my head, so I pile them up: sometimes they press on in crowds, sometimes they come dragging in single file. Even if I have strayed from the road I would have every- one see my natural and ordinary pace. I let myself go forward as I am. Besides, these are not matters about which it is wrong to be ignorant, or to speak casually and at random. I could indeed wish to have a more perfect under- standing of things, but I do not wish to pay the high price that it costs. My purpose is to pass the re- mainder of my life pleasantly and not laboriously. There is nothing for which I would care to rack my brains, not even the most precious of knowledge. In books I only look for the pleasure of honest entertainmentg or if I study, the only learning I look for is that which tells me how to know myself, and teaches me how to die well and to live well. When I meet with difficulties in my reading, I do not bite my nails over themg after making one or two attempts I give them up. If I were to sit down to them, I should be wasting myself and my timeg my mind works at the first leap. What I do not see immediately, I see even less by persisting. Without lightness I achieve nothingg application and over- serious effort confuse, depress, and weary my brain. My vision becomes blurred and confused. I must look away, and then repeatedly look backg just as in judging the brilliance of a scarlet cloth, we are told to pass the eye lightly over it, glancing at it several times in rapid succession. If one book bores me, I take up anotherg and I turn to reading only at such times as I begin to be tired of doing noth- ing. I do not easily take to the moderns, because the ancients seem to me fuller and more virileg not to the Greeks, because my mind is not satisfied with my imperfect schoolboy's knowledge of the lang- uage." -Montaigne "Books" I I H x 'VY' n M, .gffxi i QR' USR . 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Sv: fe 196.5 enzbzf Ckss Wears Joseph Collins Professor Alan Mandell President Advisor They have been dubbed,"theVPioi1eer!.Qlass'flsince the eoniinencement of the college. fi' This year marks the Qeulmination of! finding, rewardingleatllrnieiflluerloii.-lille lilass that inward their years of character prepared themselves to the depends on v 'fefl '- 'T ,..N -'?1QQif ,,,' Q "ff 'jjff '9Qi,5,Qgs'Qmw how well they developed l Frank A. Douglas Sandy Schwartz LiIlW00d McLamb Vice-President Secretary Treasurer MARY JANE AIRNEY Norfolk, Va. MAJOR: Business MINOR: Philosophy 2, CHARLOTTE ALTIZER ELIZABETH NASH ANDERSON Norfolk. Va. Alexandria, Va, MAJOR: English MAJOR: History MINOR: Education MINOR: French LINDA ARMSTRONG Virginia Beach, Va. MAJOR: Enxzlish MINORS: Psychology and Spanish I JOSEPH B. BERNIER Portsmouth, Va. MAJOR: Psychology MINOR: English X Q JOAN C. BARRETT WILLIAM BELCH Portsmouth, Va. Norfolk. Va. MAJOR: Math MAJOR: History MINORS: History and German MINOR: Spanish AIRNEY, MARY JANE-May Court: Sec. of Philosophy Clubg Kappa Sigma Phi, Chaplain, Social Chairman: Christmas Court: May Court: Sec. of S.G.A. ALTIZER, CHARLOTTE-Gamma Zeta Sorority, Intramurals, Sweetheart of Phi Kappa Beta Fraternity. ANDERSON, ELIZABETH NASH-Lambda Tau Omega Sorority, Choir: Mad- rigalsg Dramatics, ARMSTRONG, LINDA BEATRICE-Driftwood Staff: Merrimac Staff: Intra- muralsg Methodist Student Movement: Kappa Sigma Phi Sorority: Dean's List. BARRETT, JOAN CECIL-Gamma Zeta Sorority: Methodist Student Movementg President Christian Student Union: "Best Citizen" award from Kiwanis Club. BELCH, WILLIAM-Sigma Delta Phi Fraternity. BERNIER, JOSEPH BRIAN-Football: Sigma Phi Alpha Fraternity: Judge of Traflic Courtg Psychology Club: Monogram Club. 41 BEUERMAN, ROGER-SGA Representative: Philosophy Club: Alpha Sigma Delta Fraternity: President of IFC. BRIGHT, GENE GARLAND-Circle Kg APO: President of Young Democratic Club: "Most Improved Scholar" 1963-64. BROWN, ANN HOLLY-Frederick Players C"Christ in Concrete City", "Destry", and "Victoria Reginanjg Homecoming Court 1964. BUCHER, RONALD J OSEPH-Phi Kappa Beta and Intramurals. BUNCH, WILLIAM DARDEN-Imps Fraternity. CADDY, THOMAS WILLIAM-Sigma Phi Alpha: Phi Chi: IFC, Vice-President: Young Businessmen's Club: Newman Club: SGA: Merrimacg Young Democratic Club 5 Intramurals. CAVENDER, JAMES ANDRES-Band, SGA, Treasurer: Dean's List. GENE G. BRIGHT ANN HOLLY BROWN Virginia Beach, Va. P0l'fSm0UU'l. Ya- MAJOR: Business MAJOR: Eng'll5l'l MINOR: Political Science MINORS: Drama and speech ,+3ei:i'?'i 11 "' "- fgffa A ,1-2:5254 ' N .,,,, is .,. wg, . , 139335 ' . TT 'isa f I dag: . E i ' l RONALD BUCHER THOMAS W. CADDY Portsmouth, Va. Virginia Beach, Va. MAJOR: Business MAJOR: Business MINOR: Speech MINOR: English , i .- :C . - x ,A en," '7-?':::v::: 'Q . - . , ,, 0 : W 'UWM Q Nvbw ' A OES sy? K Q ee .3 QA fa, 5, I' 4 1 ,. V ,. 5 pi, , a . , , Q i s E ROGER BEUERMAN Lafayette, Indiana MAJOR: Psychology MINOR: Education WILLIAM D. BUNCH Newport News, Va. MAJOR: U.S. History MINOR: Political Science JAMES A. CAVENDER Portsmouth, Va. MAJOR: Business MINOR: Psychology LINDA RAE CHERRY South Norfolk, Va. MAJOR: U.S. History MINOR: Political Science A 'ini ii i' ' 'iii ' 1 fififfl A A 'I' 1515533 j 'Q Q ,.,,N. A fc, -. . - . fi I 'ff-R A' A , Q RONALD COLLINS Washington, D. C. MAJOR: Music MINOR: Music Education JERRY T. CROSS Portsmouth, Va. MAJOR: Physical Education MINOR: Biology and Psychology I GODFREY CHILDRESS Richmond. Va. MAJOR: U.S. History MINOR: Political Science 2 . I, . gg. JOHN T. CONOVER Highland Springs, Va. MAJOR: Chemistry MINOR: Physics l l JOSEPH E. COLLINS Roanoke, Va. MAJOR: Music MINOR: Music Education 4 DONALD W. CRAUN Portsmouth, Va. MAJOR: Biology MINOR: Psychology CHERRY, LINDA RAE-Honorable Mention to Dean's List: Pep Club: Intra- mural Sports: Cheerleader: Lambda Tau Omega Sorority, Secretary. CHILDRESS, GODFREY WAYNE-Varsity Track and Imps. COLLINS, JOSEPH ELMER-Band: Dance Band: "Knights," Leader: Chorus: Madrigals: Band Council: MENC, President: Intramurals: Junior Class Presi- dent: Senior Class President: SGA, Betterment Committee Chairman. COLLINS, RONALD J.-Varsity Football, Intramurals, Concert and Marching Band: Stage Band: "Knights": Brass Ensemble: MENC, SGA, Band President: Dixieland Band, Choir. CONOVER, JOHN THOMAS-Photography Staff: Band: Choir: Circle K, Treas- urer, President: Sigma Delta Phi, Secretary, Treasurer: Chemistry Lab Assistant: YDC: Intramurals, Merrimac: Driftwood, Editor of Photography. CROSS, JERRY THOMAS-Sigma Phi Alpha: Footbll, Track. CRAUN, DONALD WAYNE-Glee Club: Vesper Choir: Intramurals: Merriniac: BSU: YDC: APO: SVEA: SGA: Chief Justice. 43 DAY, DONNA LEE-Gamma Zeta Sororityg Women's Intramuralsg Canterbury Club. DEANS, MARY KATHLEEN-Methodist Student Movementg MENCg Band Mem- ber of the Monthg Woodwind Quintetg Woodwind Triog Band, Vice-President, Secretary and Director of Public Information: Concert Bandg Marching Bandg Pep Bandg Dormitory Councilg Merrimac Reporterg "As You Like It". DE KRAFFT, JAMES ASTLY-Sigma Delta Phi, Chaplaing Band, Geology Lab Assistant. DEMKOWICZ, CATHERINE ROSE-Intramuralsg Most Improved Scholar 19615 Lambda Tau Omega Sororityg Miss Lambda Tau, 1964: Dormitory Council. DILL, NANCY ANN-Chorus: Madrigalsg Gamma Zeta Sororityg Honorable Mention, Dean's Listg MSM, Secretary and Treasurer, Merrimac Staffg Intra- muralsg SVEA, Frederick Players. DOUGLAS, A. FRANKLIN-Vice-President of Junior Classg Phi Kappa Beta Fraternity: Intramurals. DUERR, DIANE G.-Intramural Directorg Lambda Tau Omega Sorority, Vice- President and President: Pan-Hellenic Council, Secretary. MARY K. DEANS Portsmouth, Va, MAJOR: Business MINOR: Music NANCY DILL Chesapeake. Va. MAJOR: Psychology, Education MINOR: History I JAMES DeKRAFFT Amelia, Va. MAJOR: Chemistry MINOR: Geology A. FRANKLIN DOUGLAS Petersburg, Va. MAJOR: Business Administration MINOR: History DONNA LEE DAY Portsmouth, Va. MAJOR: Physical Education IVHNOR: Psychology CATHERINE DEMKOWICZ Virginia Beach, Va. MAJOR: Psychology MINOR: Education DIANE G. DUERR Long Island, New York MAJOR: Physical Education MINOR: Psychology '- Q , 1""7 KENNETH DUNCAN Virginia Beach, Va. MAJOR: Business Administration MINORS: Psychology and Education iw' BOBBY RAY ELLIS Rocky Mt., N. C. MAJOR: Physical Education MINOR: Psychology 15 SYBIL NADINE FORBES Chesapeake, Va. MAJOR: Business Administration MINOR: English -'ws E ' ,.i'.j.l' .4 lf? it 4' Q -of f s 1 . ' Q l CAROL EAGLE Hampton, Va. MAJOR: Biology MINORS: Psychology and Education Gig, " w-f id' WTZPI MARIE FARROW Portsmouth, Va. MAJOR: Physical Education MINOR: Psychology KENNETH EDWARDS Grifton. N. C, MAJOR: Physical Education MINOR: Psychology ,amz ' :.-f.?'.55.,, , , : egg.: li! ,L Jn., "JT Qi - x l s 1 'f . ll' : i if XV 1' ,- xx '- '57 , ,A N " ci I BETTIE B. FLYTHE Portsmouth, Va, MAJOR: English MINOR: Religion DUNCAN, KENNETH WAYNE-Chairman Student Special Events Committee' Varsity Football: Fire Dept.: Choir: Sigma Phi Alpha, Historian and Chaplain' Intramurals: Security Police. 1 EAGLE, CAROL-Band: Majorettes: Frederick Players: Westminster Fellowship. EDWARDS, KENNETH PAUL-Basketball: Baseball: Alpha Sigma Delta Fra- ternity: Frederick College Sportsmanship Trophy: Intramural Football: Mono- gram Club: Student Teaching. ELLIS, BOBBY RAY-Baseball: Basketball, Manager: Intramurals. FARROW, MARIE ELENA-Kappa Sigma Phi Sorority: Intramurals: Dorm President: Big Sister Organization: Girls' Basketball Team. FLYTHE, BETTIE B.-Big Sisters: Baptist Student Union: Intramurals: Merri- mac, Feature Editor: Ledger Star Reporter. FORBES, SYBIL NADINE-Pep Club, Vice-President: Big Sisters: Kappa Sigma Phi, Vice-President: Driftwood Staff, Art Editor: Merrimac: Dorm Council, Eggleston Proctor. 45 GANTT, TONY GARRISON-SGA, Sigma Phi Alpha Fraternityg Phi Chi Society: Merrimac StaHig Driftwood Staff 3 Dramatics Clubg French Clubg Cosmopolitan Culture Clubg Young Republican Clubg Young Businessmen's Club: Newman Clubg Art Show Winner, IFC Representative: Golf Team, GAVIN, GERALD JOSEPH-Varsity Basketballg fMost Valuable Player 196453 Assistant Basketball Coach 1964. GIBSON, ROBERTA LEE-Lambda Tau Omega., Vice-Presidentg Big Sister: Dorm Of'Hcerg May Courtg Homecoming Court. GRACE, ROBERT THOMAS-Security Patrol: Dorm Proctorg Intramurals. GRAYSON, ANNA FAY-Gamma Zeta Sorority: Pan Hellenic Council: Sopho- more Class Treasurerg SGAQ Merrimac Staff. GROSS, ROBERT JOHN-Phi Kappa Beta: IFCQ SVEAg Fellowship of Christian Athletes: Baseball, Co-Captain, All-State Catcher. HANDY, VIRGINIA-Frederick Players: Intramurals: Canterbury Club. GERALD GAVIN Brooklyn, N. Y. MAJOR: Business Administration MINOR: Physical Education ANNA FAY GRAYSON Chesapeake, Va. MAJOR: English MINOR: Speech ROBERTA GIBSON Portsmouth, Va. MAJOR: French MINOR: Spanish -'---up "Qld I iaea L 1 V A .." Q Q " . ...i ', 1 S l i ROBERT JOHN GROSS Maplewood, N. J. MAJOR: Physical Education MINOR: Psychology E' -muff' TONY G. GANTT Portsmouth, Va. MAJOR: Business MINOR: English r E , ROBERT GRACE ' N' Dare, Va. MAJOR: Business MINOR: Psychology VIRGINIA HANDY Port Hawood, Va. MAJOR: Psychology MINOR: English Phi Alpha. RANDY F. HARRELL Colerain, N. C. MAJOR: Physical Education MINOR: History XZ, f-6' .5' KARIN M. HARRIS Portsmouth, Va. MAJOR: Psychology and Education MINOR: English f-.Z3."gg. Ra- I I ' FB ' ,. hx .ea ,- -is - , I JOHN A. HAYES Newport News, Va. MAJOR: Business Administration MINOR: History SALLYE E. HAYMAN CECIL WOODFORD HAYNES, JR. BRUCE WAYNE HEAD Norfolk, Va. Wicomico, Va. Norfolk, Va, MAJOR: English MINORS: German. History and Psychology WILLIAM W. HEILEG Portsmouth, Va. MAJOR: Psychology MINOR: Business MAJOR: Business MINOR: Speech MAJOR: English MINOR: History HARRELL, RANDY FOREHAND-Varsity Club: Football, Co-captain: Sigma HARRIS, KARIN MAE-Lambda Tau Omega Sorority, Vesper Choir: F1'6Cl8IlClx Players: Madrigals: Merrimac: "Destry Rides Again": Intramurals: Driftwood Staff. HAYES, JOHN AUDOBON-Phi Kappa Delta: Newman Club, Pi Chi Society: Intramurals: IFC Rep.: Sophomore Class President: Young Democratic Club: Philosophy Club: Young Businessmen's Club. HAYMAN, SALLYE ELIZABETH-Methodist Student Movement: Westminster Fellowship: Chapel Organistylntramuralsg Cosmopolitan Culture Club: German Club: German Lab Instructor: Gamma Zeta Sorority: SGA Representative: Christian Student Union Executive Council: Honorable Mention, Dean's List: Frederick Players. HAYNES, CECIL WOODFORD-PKB, Vice-President: IFC, Vice-President: Student Government Representative: Dorm Proctor: Track: Monogram Club Chairman Board of Directors of PKB: Intramurals, Representative IFC. HEAD, BRUCE WAYNE-Football Cletterj, Track: IMPS: Merrimac Staff: In- tramurals: Wrestling Champion: Monogram Club. HEILIG, WILLIAM WHITE-Alpha Sigma Delta Fraternity: Intra-Frat Council: Pistol Team: Drum Kr Bugle Corps: Good Conduct Ribbon: Intramurals: Glee Club: Marching Band. HEMPHILL, HENRY W.--Basketball, 4 yrs.: Intramurals: Football and Soft- ball: Monogram Club: May Day. HOGG, REGINALD W.-Intramural Football and Softball: Marching Band. HOLMES, EDWARD G.-IMPS Fraternity, Secretary and Vice-President: IFC, Vice-President. HOWELL, E. SHARON-Lambda Tau Omega: May Day: Chorus: Intramurals: Cheerleader. JEAN, GEORGE-IMPS Fraternity: Intramurals. JEREME, MARY ANN-Lambda Tau Omega Sorority: Newman Club: Student Va. Education Association. JOHNSON, DWIGHT W.-Phi Alpha Pi Fraternity: Circle Kg Intramuralsg Alpha Phi Omega: SVEA3 Young Democrats: Driftwood. REGINALD WILSON HOGG, JR. EDWARD G. HOLMES Hamptgn, Va, NOl'f0lk, Va. MAJOR: Spanish MAJOR: Biology MINOR: History MINOR: Geology ' 1 5-53 r f -J GEORGE JEAN Emporia. Va. MAJOR: History MINOR: Psychology MARY ANN JEREME Portsmouth, Va. MAJOR: English MINORS: History and Psychology HENRY W. HEMPHILL Pittsburgh, Penna. MAJOR: Mathematics MINOR: Physical Science E. SHARON HOWELL Charleston, S. C. MAJOR: Physical Education MINOR: Psychology and Biology W. DWIGHT JOHNSON Portsmouth, Va. MAJ OR: Business Administration MINORS: Psychology and Education LELAND A. JOHNSON Winston Salem, N. C. MAJOR: Psychology and Education 4'-4? VIVIAN C. JONES Forrest Hill, Md. MAJOR: Education and Psychology MINOR: History E. RODNEY JOHNSON Virginia Beach, Va. MAJOR: French MINORS: English and Psychology 5 . LAWRENCE E. JOSEPH Seaford, Del. MAJOR: Physical Education MINOR: Psychology ROGER E. LADD Portsmouth, Va. MAJOR: Business Administration MINOR: Psychology A " ' iw, THOMAS A. JOSEPH SARAH LOGAN KILLEN Dover, Del, Virginia Beach, Va. MAJOR: Business Administration MAJOR: Biology MINOR: History MINOR: History JOHNSON, RODNEY-Drum and Bugle Corps, Band, Intramural Footballg Soft- ballg Basketballg Good Conduct Medalg No Demerits Medal. JOHNSON, LELAND A.-Lambda Tau Omega Sororityg Dormitory Council, Choir: Intramurals, May Day 119625. JONES, VIVIAN C.-MSM: Choir, Madrigal Singers, Gamma Zeta Sororityg Dea.n's List, Merrimac Staff, "Destry Rides Again", SVEA. JOSEPH, LAWRENCE E.-Varsity Basketballg Alpha Sigma Delta, May Day 1196415 Intramurals, "Father of the Year" 119653. JOSEPH, THOMAS A.-Alpha Sigma Delta Fratg IFC, Basketball. KILLEN, SARAH L.-Kappa Sigma Phi Sorority, Treasurer and Presidentg Pan- Hellenic Council, Treasurer and President. LADD, ROGER E.--Intramural Football and Dean's List. LANCASTER, JOY A.-Lambda Tau 'Omega Sororityg President of Godwin Hall, President of Big Sister Organization. LAWRENCE, GORDON B.-Speech Choir, Intramurals, Circle K. Club, Merrimac Staff. LINGO, PATRICIA-Lambda Tau Omega Sororityg Intramuralsg May Day Courtg Dormito1'y Council. LINTON, ROBERT B.-Alpha Phi Omega, Annual Staffg Circle K Club, His- toriang Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowshipg Christian Student Uniong Young Democratic Club, Treasurerg Choir, Glee Club. MCLAMB, LYNWOOD-Junior Class Treasurerg Senior Class Treasurerg Basket- ball, Footballg Softball, Intramural, Baseballg Varsity Clubg Softball Team, MEREDITH, SHARON D.-Kappa Sigma Phi, Vice-Presidentg Art Editor, Mer- rimacg Queen, "Christmas in Blue", Homecoming Queeng Dean's Listg May Court Attendantg Intramuralsg Hockey, Basketballg President of Eggleston Hall. MIHELIC, CLARA F.-German Clubg MSMg Merrimac Staffg Driftwood Staff, Photography Clubg Intramuralsg SVEA. -an , 'W Max 'T r' .37 we A GORDON B. LAWRENCE Portsmouth, Va. MAJOR: History MINORS: Psychology. Geology and Education 'SB 15' 'S LYNWOOD McLAMB Four Oaks, N. C. MAJOR: Physical Education MINOR: Psychology PATRICIA LINGO Millsbora, Del, MAJOR: Physical Education MINOR: Education SHARON D. MEREDITH Virginia Beach, Va. MAJOR: English MINOR: History JOY A. LANCASTER Portsmouth, Va. MAJOR: History MINOR.: Psychology ' N ROBERT BURTON LINTON Portsmouth, Va. MAJOR: Business Administration MINOR: Psychology CLARA FAYE MIHELIC Parksley, Va. MAJOR: English MINOR: Psychology MINA MOFFETT Norfolk, Va. MAJOR: Psychology and Education BARBARA A. MOSCOPULOS Norfolk, Va. MAJOR: Psychology and Education MINOR: History DOROTHY A. MUEHLBAUER Norfolk, Va. MAJOR: Mathematics and French MINOR: Physical Science . ,-5' 4. NH pil: :?'1!::,: ff., ." 1 f -4. 'z "v?- lf EDGAR MILLER MORGAN, JR. MARY CAROLYN MOORE Suffolk, Va. Portsmouth, Va. MAJOR: Business MAJOR: PsyCh0l0E!y MINOR: Religion MINOR: History and Philosophy JUDITH B. MOTT THELMA E. MOUNTCASTLE Chesapeake. Va. Norfolk, Va. MAJOR: Education and Psychology MAJOR: Psychology and Education MINOR: English MINOR: Religion MOFFETT, MINA-Labda Tau Omega: May Court: Christmas Dance Court: Intramurals. ELOERE, MARY CAROLYN-Intramural Basketball: Dean's List: Psychology u . MORGAN, EDGAR M.-Intramural Director: President of Philosophy Club: President MSM: Christian Student Union: SGA President: Vice-President State MSM: Philosophy Club: Alpha Phi Omega: Circle Club: Outstanding DeMolay of Virginia. MOSCOPULOS, BARBARA-Merrimac: Inter-Varsity Religious Club: Intra- murals. MOTT, JUDY-Big Sister Organization: Merrimac: CSU Rep.: Westminster Fel- lowship, Vice-President: Philosophy Club, Secretary: German Club: Frederick Players: Mixed Chorus: Women's Chorus: SVEA. MOUNTCASTLE, THELMA-Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship: Choir: SVEA: CSU Representative: Intramurals: Merrimac: EK Club: YWA. MUEHLBAUER, DOROTHY ANNE-Intramurals: Newman Club: Eggleston Dormitory President: Dean's List: May Day: Girl's Basketball Team. 5l MURRAY, EDWARD ALEXANDER-Varsity Basketball Captain 1960 and 19613 All State, 1960 and 19615 Most Valuable Player, 1960 and 19613 Alpha Sigma Fraternity. NAFF, SALLY MARIE-Homecoming Court, Gamma Zeta Sorority. PALACIO, WILLIAM BENJAMIN, JR.-Merrimac News Editor: Driftwood Staff: Intramuralsg IMPS Fraternity. PARDAL, ELVIRA-Newman Clubg Spanish Club: Assistant Student Proctor of Patten Hall: Big Sister Organization. PAVEY, CHARLES FRANKLIN-Sigma Delta Phi, President: Phi Alpha Pig Intramurals. PERRY, LEON IRVING-Alpha Phi Omega: Circle K Club: BSU: Methodist Student Movementg Philosophy Club: International Relations Club: Auditorium Staff: Young Republicans Club: Dramatics Club: Christian Student Fellowship. PHILBRICK, JERRY-Phi Kappa Beta Fraternity: Intramurals. ww X SALLY MARIE NAFF Portsmouth, Va, MAJOR: Elementary Education MINOR: English CHARLES F. PAVEY Alexandria, Va. MAJOR: Mathematics MINOR: Physics and History NR . iw 0 J x :WM ' '- we . I .-to fx , X . V ,t?3N,l.X,5gx ywiwr -urn? BILL PALACIO Norfolk, Va. MAJOR: Business Administration MINOR: English 5 - LEON I. PERRY Chesapeake, Va. MAJOR: History MINOR: Psychology and Education , 1rw.g1,g,., a w :sm X I-TNA EDWARD A. MURRAY Newark, N. J. MAJOR: Physical Education MINOR: Psychology ELVIRA PARDAL Portsmouth, Va. MAJOR: Spanish MINOR: Psychology and Education i JERRY PHILBRICK Portsmouth, Va. MAJOR: Psychology and Education vo' 4? rr GEORGE POY Norfolk. Va. MAJOR.: Biology MINOR: Chemistry .wie ds MARY ANN ROTHERMEL Norfolk, Va. MAJOR: Physical Education MINORS: English and History FRANK L. SAWYER Norfolk, Va. MAJOR: Psychology MINOR: English fini ., 'K-Q53 . is :H 1' 9531, , Q,-. CAROLYN RHODES PAT RILEY Norfolk, Va. East Brunswick, N. J. MAJOR: Business Administration MAJOR: Mathematics MINOR: Philosophy MINOR: Chemistry Q-A we ' -X Q 3- :kip-:' 1 Ji - ' -1"Sigf'- , - r - at :V . V' f f i m f.. '- 1 i , 1 1 'i e t' ,Q p l - i KENNETH L. RUGG TOMMY RUNNELS Brooklyn- N., Y' Meridian, va. MAJOR: Business MAJOR: Business Administration MINOR: HISIOFY MINOR: Psychology POY, GEORGE JR.-Chemistry Club: Intramurals: Dean's List. RHODES, CAROLYN STORY-Officer, United States Navy. RILEY, PATRICIA L.-Outstanding Freshman Math Award: President Newman Club: Intramurals: American Mathematical Society. ROTHERMEL, MARY ANN-Gamma Zeta: Philosophy Club: Girls Basketball Team: Intramurals: Pan-Hellenic Council: SGA: Homecoming Court: May Queen: Merrimac: Women's Choir: Pep Club: Social Committee: Driftwood. RUGG, KENNETH LLOYD-Baseball Team, Co-Captain: Basketball Team: Newman Club: Phi Kappa Beta: Social Committee. RUNNELS, TOMMY-Intramurals. SAWYER, FRANK LARRY-Frederick Players: Circle K Club: Merrimac: Alpha Phi Omega, Vice-President: Psychology Club: YDC. 53 SCHWARTZ, SANDRA LOUISE-Gamma Zeta Sorority, Secretary of Student Government, MSM, Madrigals, Dormitory Council of Patten Hall, Secretary Junior and Senior Classes, Intramurals, Frederick Players: "Destry Rides Again", "Between Two Thieves", "As You Like It". SEIDEL, LANCE EDWARD-Football Team, Co-Captain, Dean's List, Psychol- ogy Club. SHRINER, ALVAN B.-Young Republican Club, Sigma Phi Alpha. Fraternity Afliliate. SMITH, ELLIS LOUISE-House Council, Dean's List, Canterbury Club, Kappa Sigma Phi Sorority, President of SVEA, Big Sister Organization, Intramurals, Christian Student Union, Vegetable Garden. SPENCE, WILLIAM LAFAYETTE-IMPS Fraternity. STANEK, DOROTHY-Kappa Sigma Phi Sorority, Chaplain, Pan-Hellenic, Cap- tain of Cheerleaders, Honorable Mention on Dean's List, Canterbury Club, Pep Club, Big Sisters, Driftwood Staff, Dormitory President, Intramurals, Women's Chorus, May Day Dancer, 1963 and 1964. STATHIS, JAMES-Alpha Sigma Delta Fraternity, Varsity Basketball, Intra- murals. -, .ix Q ' ,5YQ,4:i.1- F "AY , .... if K A .. .. .rainy ALVAN B. SHRINER, JR. Ellicott, Md. MAJOR: History MINOR: Psychology LANCE E. SEIDEL Portsmouth, Va. MAJOR: Psychology MINOR: History l - DOROTHY ANN STANEK Virginia Beach, Va. MAJOR: Spanish MINORS: Psychology and Education WILLIAM L. SPENCE, JR. Virginia Beach, Va. MAJOR: Business Administration MINOR: Political Science SANDRA LOUISE SCHWARTZ Norfolk, Va. MAJORS: Psychology and Education MINOR: History ELLIS LOUISE SMITH Norfolk, Va. MAJOR: Psychology MINOR: English y. l JAMES STATHIS Long Island City, N. Y. MAJOR: History MINOR: Education i WILLIAM F. STEIGMAN, JR. Charlottesville, Va. MAJOR: History MINORS: Psychology and Education i PAT SULLIVAN Norfolk, Va. MAJOR: English MINOR: Psychology PATRICIA ANNE VAN ELLS Newport News, Va. MAJOR: English MINORS: History and Psychology KAY MACDONALD STERLING MELANIE PHYLLIS MAJORS: Pi5,sl?3irii1ifif?Q'gifii Education Si n MINOR: English MAJORS: Education 'and ' Psychology MINOR: History ! SIDNEY E. TILLING ROBERT LEE TRIVETT, JR. Portsmouth, Va, Madison Heights. Va. MAJOR: Business MAJOR: Histor? MINORg Speech MINORS: English, Psychology and Education STEIGMAN, WILLIAM F.-Intramurals, Varsity Track, Varsity Football, Alpha Phi Omega Fraternity, President: Newman Club, Speech Choirg Merrimacg Drift- woodg International Relations Club, Young Republicans Club: Christian Student Union, Traffic Court Judge. STERLING, KAY-Glee Clubg Baptist Student Union: Philosophy Club, Drift- woodg Intramuralsg Young Women's Auxiliary, President, SVEA, Charter Member. STRICKLAND, MELANIE-Secretary and Treasurer of Methodist Student Move- ment: Philosophy Club, SVEA. SULLIVAN, PAT-Merrimac, Newman Club, President, Kappa Sigma Phi So- rority, President, Student Supervisor of Patten Hall. TILLING, SIDNEY E.-Intramuralsg Basketballg Softball, Canterbury Club, IMPS, President. TRIVETT, ROBERT-Vice-President of Philosophy Clubg Merrimac: Vice-Presi- dent of Alpha Phi Omega Fraternity, lntramuralsg Secretary of Young Demo- cratic Clubg Winner of DAR Award for Excellence in U.S. History, Dean's List, SVEA: International Relations Club. VAN ELLS PATRICIA ANNE-President Eggleston Hallg Honorable Mention to Dean's List, Spanish Clubg Newman Clubg Merrimac Staff, Driftwood Staff, Glee Clubg German Clubg Frederick Players: "Destry Rides Again", "World of Carl Sandburg", Intramurals. 55 TURNER, PHIL-Football: Baseball, Track: Sigma Phi Alpha Fraternity: In- tramural Basketballg Softball: Monogram Clubg Usher at Graduation Services. TWIDDY, JO ANN-Academic Scholarship, Intramurals: Big Sister Organiza- tion: Kappa Sigma Phi Sorority: German Club, Chorus: Dormitory Oflicer. WADE, SAMMIE SUE-SVEAg Canterbury Club: Y.W.A.g Dean's List. WADE, WILLIAM T.-Varsity Football. WALTON, LINDA-Baptist Student Union: Lambda Tau Omega Sorority: Good- Win Hall, Vice-President: Journal Club: Chorus: Young Women's Auxiliary' Intramurals. 7 WARD, LAUCK W.-Intramurals and IMPS Fraternity. WARD, MARY-Baptist Student Union: Philosophy Club: Eggleston Hall, Vice- President, SVEA. JO ANN TWIDDY West Chesapeake, Va. MAJOR: Business Education MINOR: Psychology WILLIAM T. WADE, JR. Roanoke, Va. MAJOR: Physical Education MINOR: Psychology 'N x X QNRWQ if is is 'K 11 ,a f V :sr 1: '.EI-ffffifzi. --"' ' 4 -. . , i.-Efrikiazigi 32 5 Y -: Y fl ' is .- -- 'rQ'f's?i.f- .. - E 45. , ..,: I Q it Q- t ' "fn LINDA G. WALTON Virginia Beach. Va. MAJOR: Biology MINOR: Chemistry LAUCK W. WARD Richmond, Va. MAJOR: History MINOR: Education A 'EFI PHILLIP WAYNE TURNER Newport News, Va. MAJOR: Physical Education MINOR: Psychology SAMMIE SUE WADE Portsmouth, Va. MAJOR: English MINOR: Spanish MARY ELEANOR WARD Whaleyville, Va. MAJ ORS: Psychology and Education MINOR: History ROBERT N. WATKINS Southern Pines. N. C. MAJOR: Mathematics MINOR: Physical Science FREDERICK W. WILLIAMS, JR. Franklin, Va. MAJOR: Business MINOR: History 1' ' CHESTER JOHN YOUNG Maplewood, New Jersey MAJOR: Physical Education MINOR: History i PERRY 0. WHITLEY, JR. Suffolk, Va. MAJOR: Biology MINOR: Psychology a 'fs' ANITA VIRGINIA WRIGHT Chesapeake, Va. MAJOR: English MINORS: Psychology and Education WATKIN S, ROBERT-Varsity Football. ROBERT D. WILKINS Woodsdale, N. C. MAJOR: Physical Education MINOR: Psychology FRANCES P. WYSOCKI Norfolk, Va. MAJORS: History and French MINOR: Education WHITLEY, PERRY-APO: Intramural Football and Basketball. WILKINS, ROBERT-SGA: Footballg Track: Intramural Basketball: Softball WILLIAMS, FREDERICK-Circle K Club: Judge of Traffic Court. WRIGHT, ANITA-Driftwood Staff: Kappa Sigma Phi, May Dayg Merrlmac Staff. WYSOCKI, FRANCES-Kappa Sigma Phi, Cheerleader: May Court Attendant Christmas Attendant, Queen of Silver Bells: Secretary of Freshman Class. YOUNG, CHWET-Intramurals, Football, Basketball, Baseball, PKB Social Fra ternity. v U' 1' ,. 5 'f. fi s 1, I I 'J ,ivy :jf if x H ' . .' tg! VV :V wx . . " G- -"I r. wife- 1xp. ,fs-1 ' -.s...,... . en., V ' 4 ' 'new 1- Lv'r."" V ' 1 ,Swv Q ' Ti' I 41,2 I' . mv J .- 2'?5!':M':9" ' 10 - 2 aiu 53 . -A x' .. 44: ww., ,vw b 9 EMI .. 'rw 1? AT... A .-, -.1 fi! kj A I , 'A-if Y gs 5. J, A M of 0 - .4 .01 A 1. 3 'C 55:15 U. , ,. . .i' x-X-'Y 'x qu Q U, ' v fl' JUG 1,.?'1?3' aww' .xy D . 5 .1 J v gi -. .y Q 44 ! 3 Arg g F 3 W 1 .F .ef 5 ' I N P' 5 3 7551, Z. A Big Sisters and APO Help at Gate I 51111 Q 5 XXNX XX Xxx X X M .Q ,. WXX . - 5 X 2 .aw NX' WN X gm X XX X X if XGXXXS X X X ,XS S 5: SAX X'XWf Q3'xt2'fi X K -Lv' ixgsji , 1 'am- N: 61 36 XX 'ye' -2. Q , ,X X5 a iiw xii X X V X3 X N XX N X X A X X M QQNXX N X XXX N X X . X:- Nuxg xiktk f. X QQWQ. X X1 X S .TS- Beanies Everywhere .X fe S H-1149! E A 122612 Panic at the Deans' Offices NYNHME IS Maw WHATJ YOURS? 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Well' it , 'SIN 1 'XX 60 I Sightseeing in New Orleans. ,A i It sure is a long way down! H .mx-NN ' X A "3 A lf ' Q x - 'T if XALN 'Tw ..,,,, : x 5 2 w 1 , ffz' X12 A63 The 'team inspects the Sugar Bowl. We JUS Manager Kestnelr .Musters Team Sp1r1t l rwwar Zan .uef Y Coach Mickey Wetherington presents "Most Valuable Baseball Player Award" to Kenny Rugg. Coach Bob Hodges presents 'lMost Valuable Basketball Player Award" to Jerry Gavin. Coach John Meroney presents "Most Valu- able Member of the Track Team Award" to Leon Potter. Coach Frank Madigan presents "Most Valu- able Football Player Award" to Wade Traynham. ii'-7" The Lettermen Beverly Wright Performs Q3 5 16145 ome ,Av 'fl f ' ' 4 The Lettermen ix 5 64 Peter N 70 ZGQOQFIC 1 1,171 i'. l il , 5 1 . Q it ' lg THQ A' 5 . 112 .Hifi I ' E li ill'lli- 4 l 3 5 I :E 5,31 , :rail z - F S l ' . q 1 i j 'l Q L 1 Q - . In Concert The Dolphins gg xXx ffifx X New Beverly Wright, Popular Folk Artist 11 -. - 2 ry - .X ., P - V V. ,y , . Sa. ,sf A ' gf, RQ FI- . '-.2Q5x,:s" .Jr A ' . ' no . 8? , g ,l., N .V X A - The Feldman String Quartet Sugar Zane opmezzf r 4 5 Blanford Performs Skit 7" Election Time with Messrs. Hardy and Lustig f'U ff? gre Ogrzbf fQye1'7s f r00Q1Cf1b123 f S 67 Z 1 Q 9 C 5 5 Af 4 d -XX' X E U' 'x "1 M- 'fl E' 'X xl Y C 51984 77 BY GEORGE ORWELL 57 jreoferzkrf TQyerG Trodzcfzbn Robyn Stanek serves "Victory Coffee" as morning work N0 one can be trusted, not even your own daughter, as Virginia Handy is to find out soon. Here John Sadler and Virginia Handy are threatened by Virginia's daughter, Betty Holsinger, who has been taught to report to Minitruth anyone, including her own parents who do not live up to the expectations of Big Brother and who violate his laws. is distributed at the oflices of Minitruth. Minitruth is "Newspeak" for Ministry of Truth. When "Big Brother", who is always present on the overhead screen, took over the World he had the laborious language changed, and words and phrases were assimilated to make understanding easier and communication quicker. The players pictured here are at work on the "Nefwspeak Dictionary". Q . 68 Myyzy Zfofger gs ?Uafc5122y youv A 2 6 .wg A l 4 3 5.5 i 'pre-Us-L: 2 :- 'A-,N . org., 1 1, ll - i e It did not take O'Brien long to find out that Win- ston's greatest fear in life was of rats. They de- termined that the best way to get him to co-operate was to expose him to his phobia which is what they do in the photo on the right. "Big Brother" is omni- present on the screen above. sails' sill 69 Winston's love for Julia, portrayed by Emily Diggs, has led him into a conspiracy to over- throw "Big Brother". However, his confidence was betrayed by O'Brien CDavid Williamsonl, and Winston found himself and Julia in the dreaded cellars of "Minitruth". Here those who have fought being brainwashed, and following the directions of "Big Brother", are thoroughly tortured by the most grotesque means available. In the photo to the left Winston is being taught that two plus two equals five, as "Big Brother" has said it does. This is to completely break down his thinking processes so that he will be able to follow explicitly the directions of the new regime and be a better worker for Big Brother's government! The torture is over and both Winston and Julia have been thoroughly brainwashed. Here they are considerably older and have met once again in a coffee house. Their ordeal at "Mini- truth" has been so thorough that they do not recognize each other, even though it was their intense love which brought on their problems from the beginning. gre 0Qf1c'f Gokye gcc This year marked the second year that the Faculty of Frederick College has participated in special presentations of evening lectures in the areas in which they are interested. The program is sponsored by the Special Awards and Events Committee of the Faculty under the direction of Chairman Jerome Blair, Professor of History. The lectures are spaced at monthly intervals, except during vacation periods, and are open to the public. 655468 EX LIBBISHXQ K C if li? .. ll I Q30 , iF., HDATELINE GERMANY 1970 - OUR FIFTY-FIRST STATE" Dr. Joseph Stevens, Professor of Political Science and Modern Languages presented a unique lecture concerning the possibility of having Germany as our fifty-first state. The title of the lecture - "Dateline Germany 1970 - Our Fifty-first State" - was an original idea conceived by Dr. Stevens. He believes that within the next ten years we could make Germany a state of the union. The initiative for the statehood would have to originate with the people of Germany. They would make application for statehood. In his nine trips to Germany this year Dr. Stevens had. the opportunity to interview Germans from all walks of life, and he feels that the Dr. Joseph L. Stevens When and if West Germany becomes a state of the Union, we would automatically inherit East Germany from the Communists, because there is no legality to the separation of the two states. This of course brings about a matter in practicality of just how we would free the East Germans. UARCHEOLOGY IN THE HOLY LAND! PRESENT STATE OF THE ART" This past summer Mr. Davis spent much time touring the Holy possibility of them favoring statehood is good. Dr. Stevens contends that the mere fact that every day newer and faster modes of transporta- tion are coming to the forefront is reason enough to suppose that distance would be no barrier. English is taught in schools in Germany as a com- pulsory language and he feels that reciprocal ac- tion in the U.S. would compensate for any lan- guage barrier. Land and retracing the paths of Christ and his Apostles. He recorded vivid scenes on slides and was able to visit the sites of the most recent archaeological discoveries dealing with the Bible. In the presentation of his lecture Mr. Davis showed slides and explained with the use of the slides and artifacts, which he brought back to this country, how these people of the ancient lands are still, to a large degree, living the very way they did during the life of Christ and his Apostles. Mr. 'Davis visited the region in Egypt where the Aswan Dam is being constructed and he pictorially recorded the life of the people who lived for centuries on this land. The new dam will now flood and force these people to flee from their ancient homes. Mr. Norwood Davis V Q- igx x I . ,y Ee Cfufe enes "AMERICAN ECONOMY: INDUSTRIAL GIANT IN LILLIPUT' The third lecture in the series was delivered by Dr. Raymond W. Morgan, Professor of Business Administration and Co-ordinator of the Social Science Division. Dr. Morgan's lecture was entitled "American Economy: Industrial Giant in Lilliput". The lecture served as part of the program for Frederick's annual Religious Emphasis Week, which used a theme this year dealing with the role of the Christian and the Church in Business and Commerce in America. Dr. Morgan's lecture was concerned with the economical aspects of America, past, present and future. Dr, Morgan put forth the idea that the America is an industrial giant and Whether or not We have reached our industrial capacity is debatable. Dr. Raymond Morgan "POPULAR AMERICAN MISCONCEPTIONS ABOUT FRENCH LITERATURE" Professor Walter Harris, Associate Professor Modern Languages brought forth a lecture entitled "Popular American Misconceptions About French Literature" which proved to be an enlightening clarification of some of the ideas Americans have traditionally held concerning the validity of French Literature. Prof. Harris began his lecture with a background into the ethnic origins of the language and traced the progression of the French literary movement from its beginning to the present day existen- tialists. Prof. Harris aroused much controversy within the school by tracing the English literary movement and language to the French, dating with the Norman Conquest in 1066. His statement that most Frenchmen consider Shakespeare's works to be barbaric and uncouth brought some unrest to the audience, particularly those noted Shakespeareans on our faculty. The lecture was concluded with readings in French from the drama, poetry and novel by students. Those participating were Seniors Roberta Gibson and Rodney Johnson g Juniors Liz Anderson and Mary Jo Wimsatt. K Prof. Walter Harris "DEMOCRACY AND MARXISM IN LAND OF CONFUCIUS Dr. Margaret Shen The final lecture was presented on April 22 by Dr. Margaret K Shen, Chairman of the History Department. Dr. Shen spoke on "Democracy and Marxism in the Land of Confucius." Dr. Shen felt that Marxism would have no far-reaching effects in the Far East. Democracy can prevail in that area depending solely upon the way in which the West exhibits itself to the people in relation to the teachings of Confucius. The modes and traditions of these people must be taken into consideration when we begin spreading the doctrine of Democracy to them, in order to avoid upsetting a way of life which pre-dates ours by hundreds of years. We must remember that the center of life in the Far East is the family and we must gear our teachings toward it. The fact that Communism has not really won in that area, despite its con- stant agression, is adequate encouragement when we look at the free Chinese Republic in Formosa. They are a constant people, set in their ways, and unwilling to move or give up their past overnight for a new ideology which teaches against all that has been inherent in their civilization for centuries. i , In gr' T, 2 5, NX. -!.' ,x' t . 1-rr N ..:' " O122QCOI22Ik? y ff I' , A A. l Q Taps sound for HELP ! Wpiemul K .4,...... f K . mf, 0 'Y xg' N V Pretty co-eds show their talents CDeC01'a!9bz25 wwf the vanquished Emlllp Fu-eelerlclf. ..., M. H591 Don't growl at me 'zlifylap 1 itil? IQA Show those muscles girls J eanzes W ALMA MATER Nest1'd by clear blue waters 'Neath the whispering tall pines Stands our noble Alma Mater, O Guardian of Time. Chorus : Lift the chorus, speed it onward. Long may She prevail, Frederick College we praise thee, Alma Mater, all hail! With our love We embrace Thee, Thy dear name we enshrine. We shall never forget Thee, Through ages of time. 'QI It was Homecoming and the Fresh- men at Frederick took on an aura of glee which permeated throughout the class. At long last they were able to shed their heads of those horrid beanies which acted as their badge of distinction and served to tell upperclassmen that it was time to have a Frosh, show his musical tal- ents, and sing the Alma Mater. Karl Nordstrom, Frosh Class President, prepares to doff his beanie. 1964- 65 0122 ecomzlny ueen lo- 'H-Tifliiie X ,- ""7-'Ml A K ,QI 1 Lg: f 43 'Y I' I 1,41 n' J' sw P , ueen anof G0 arf ' R' is Queen Sandy receives kiss from a proud mother. " ' ' The Band plays her theme and Queen is given an ovation by crowd, ' 1 y 1 l 11 1-wmv-, .-' L. to R. Roberta Gibson, Anne Brown, Debbxie Pugano, Queen Sandy, Maid of Honor, Jackie Bishop, Pixie Hudzina, Macy Ward, Emily Diggs. An eventful day was topped off that evening with a concert sponsored by the SGA Featured on the program was the folk sing- 1ng VOC31lSt MISS Beverly Wright and another folk singing group well known and on their way to stardom, The Dolphins. After the concert was ended the evening was kept alive with fraternity obq x I A parties at the varlous houses Wh1Ch lasted until midnight, when d'W 72 f V the clock struck and all the Cinderella s turned into pumpkins. UA f Cjoenzkyy fo twem em er ry., f F X 9' ,K After a thrilling football game in the afternoon during which Frederick beat the Newburry "Indians", Mr. Aument, the Dietitian. prepared a feast it for a queen which was served in Land Cafeteria at a buffet supper for the college students, guests and returning alumni. ,,ai' Xin, ,V a F 55.4, i if WN fig k if me ' 1 -rc 13 E x ,, 5 'Q '-r - 1 f ,ffm ,, 7 f - .f jf 1 I , '!2.f , 'fz 73 IQHIEVES CARNIVAL AR 8 THRU I 3 U N I - 'fl .TWG g.,,,x, . '14, ii aw ,,'Q ,L2 . . if A , ew' I 7 mn ,J 4' , ,... X . ff , firlfjllblil lm I NNW f Mary Jail? Airney and GUY Chi1d1'9SS "Chips" Holsinger and Harry Redding Herb Cummins and Tom Raines WAS 1 XA' E . Q if A HJ S-- X A - S 'Pi -33 Al , KS xgffn n. 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According to the Times . . ." fLiz Anderson and Chuck Kelleyj The Harlequin pictured at the right was the unify- ing factor in the play. He was portrayed by Jimmy Kay and he kept up a constant repetoire of clarinet music throughout the play, which eventually forced M'lady to cut loose at him with "You, my good man, are getting on my nerves". y X sl. 9,5 .0,,,' -4' I W n 4 K J, . I, I w . fx ' -A' 3 .sf 'X P . 39 ,7 R ' 1 FE Tr: qi v,i'. 1.i,YQ:g ' " ' ,ga-, 1 -Q 7 ' '. x.- X . 5, L Q gash 4 la? " vc , K ' , . - - x lr, .o. , . I V . .Q ." ' 514 ' " 'l' WZ fi' J .Jil 1, .". Q My 5. 1 H III 'I dir.: Ill li Ql'.'l I 'g!'ll .lg ll ll - I-- 9'g'- 'U ll 7p'j' l'g4 y 1 ' i I l ' u" I 'L I I, I l 1 + l 'lull 'Q' 'th' I 5 I r '- .K 'KX 11" Q! V V A F i I "I am not afraid of the dark." fLittle Girl played by Sandie Fosterj K CQIQQS V 2 "Lads, that's the first time, the three musketeers maneuver to miscarryf' fDavid Williamsonj 5, "Come to your father, la.ddie." CRaines and Cumminsj I "My little Robber Girl." fMacie Ward and John Sadlerj "Nursemaid is triumphant over thieves." C David Williamson, John Sadler, Guy Childress and Chips Holsingerj 76 if es fDQa0f "He's Dead Alright" is a low comedy, centered around two murders and the lovely murder- ess. Macie Ward played the beau- tiful housewife who killed her husband, played by Bill Palacio, and the naive policeman played by Myron Segal, who came to in- vestigate the mysterious happen- ings. Direction was by Mary Jane Airney with Robyn Stanek assist- ing her. YOU LL FEEL BETTER IN A MINUTE, CLARENCE, AFTER YOU REST. THERE, iw' 9 Mary Jane Airney Student Director QSu120Qy Cosfs we Qsos CAST: SUE ELLEN HOWELL CAROL ANN SKUNDBERG BETTY HOLSINGER SANDY SCHWARTZ GUY CHILDRESS "AS FOR ME, I YOU!" KL. TO R. In this zany little comedy of errors the eternal tri- angle repeats itself again. The aggressive female of the species, jealous of the amorous advances shown her lover by competitors, inevitably end up fighting over the affection of their lover, played by Guy Chil- dress, The problem here is that in this peace-loving little village there stands a statute levying a five-peso fine for fighting on Sun- days. It turns out that the jealous women, in an effort to gain their lover's affec- tion, get into a scuifle and are iined five pesos, much to the dismay of the much soughtfafter Childress. Anne Holly Brown Student Director AM FINISHED WITH ALL WOMEN. GOOD AFTERNOON TO SUE ELLEN HOWELL, CAROL ANN SKUNDBERG, CHIPS HOL- SINGER, SANDY SCHWARTZ AND GUY CHILDRESSJ 1 8iEiX . ff 759 Zack y3f'1'g57 "The Dock Brief" was experiment "A" in a series of experimental one-act plays produced by student directors as a part of their final examination in Dramatics, entitled "Techniques of the Actor and the Director' '. This play was directed by Miss Barbara Grabau, who is a junior from Caldwell, N. J. The play was written by John Mortimer. Thomas M. Raines, a junior from Wakefield played the meek, frail, and bird-loving Fowle, who had killed his wife because of her sardonic sense of humor. Kenneth L. Sipple, a junior from Dover, Del., played the learned, an- xious and failing lawyer Morgan Hall, who handled Fowle's case. "The Dock Brief", taking place in a contemporary prison, was well cast and well received by the audi- ence. Stage manager was Virginia Handy, a senior from Mathews, Vir- ginia, and she was assisted by Lois Forsberg, a freshman from New York City, CAST: TOM RAINES KENNETH SIPPLE '65 97-af Ag 1 Barbara Grabau Student Director -1- 'Ni .7 fit gag Qgemesfer Linda Armstrong Mary Kay Deans Pat Dryden Senior Senior Freshman H 'Qi A Irene Ferraday Joan Garrette Freshman Freshman John Hayes Eddie Hubbard Vivian Jones Semor Junior Senior Ol l erm 75 3 11:1 Gerald Lacerte Kenny Lipscomb Sharon Meredith Sophomore Sophomore Senior aw- 3' Barbara Qverman Judy Owferman Senior Semor mm 'M George Poy Pat Reiley Louise Smith Senior Senior Senior Not Pictured: Barbara Mandell, Jo Wetherington, Robert Trivett, Walter Thompson, Sammie Sue Wade. i 1 - I BF: N194 5,1 I i E 1 1 r Q v 5 8 A 12 asfezfdff Now you've got it - what are you going to do with it? Will it come down? l. w. .Wv ,. ..,.. , ,M I 1 xxx , ,I s 1, ,WW ,,, W V 1 - Grace blocks Rudisell. Somebody get it! B3 x 121911 9571212 zz ,.- N.,...o .... N, OLD LIONS RETURN TO THEIR HOME GRID This year marked the inauguration of a new tradition at Frederick - the annual Alumni Football Game. All Alumni of the ...B college who have played football return to their Alma Mater at this time to war against the young cubs who have replaced them on the field. This year's game was a joyous occasion as familiar faces returned to the campus. The week-end long rain did its part to dampen the spirits of the crowd but in no way hindered the superb playing of near pros. Churchland High School Stadium was the scene of the first annual event. It seemed to please Athletic Director Frank Madigan to no end to see a score of 0-0 on the board at the end of the game. It must give some satisfaction to know that such great play- ers were turned out of Frederick such that they could not even score against those who have followed their footsteps. 41' Britton and Walters Give Team Plays 'X Last Minute Check on Strategy ff? J 0,03 OI? Cen! Madrigal Singers Render a Medley of Folksongs Becky Keith and Lloyd Lane serenade with old favorites. The Varsity Five composed of football players put some fun in music fEd. Browder, Leslie gmitha Skip Bouchard, Leon Potter and Eddie aves . Under the direction of Prof. Donald Smith the music department presented its "Pops Concert" on March 30. The evening was highlighted by several solos by Lloyd Lane, Anthony Young, and others. The program even allowed the audience to join in singing some of the old time favorites. The very versatile Lloyd Lane and Becky Keith did an excellent job in a duet consisting of a medley of popular songs. The cut up antics of the Varsity Five was a novel break and then one member, Leslie Smith, proved their tal- ent with a solo. Q55 The Theory Quintet: Lloyd Lane, Ronald Collins, Charles Torian, Ken Lipscomb, Joey Collins, MAY DAY 14164 2 ?6n35 Way CDW 1562 2-5 at a ff, Uamf ornayfs 56,09 t A A WI' ZKQOQFICA b Way Zey 1964 Her 'manner was gracious but hardly fervent And she seldom raised her voice to a servant. She was often mistaken, not often blindg And she knew the whole duty of wornankind, To take the burden and ' have the power And seein like the well-protected flower . . r Hwgclzbzzs 0 a Cgoufferzz 500977 - aa Aug 52 f- ii 1 , W , V W Q k itll 3' yi! 'iii gf' 'lil -A ' .H ffje f' ' af' ,.. . f' i A . 5 .- V . She knew her Bible-and how to flirt With a swansdown fan anda brocade ski-rt. For she trusted in God but she liked formalities And the world and heaven were both realities . . . The gentlemen killed and the gentlemen died, But she was the South's incarnate pride That mended the broken gentlemen And sent them out for the war again, That kept the house with the man away And baked the bricks where there was no clay, Made courage from terror and bread from bran And propped the South on a swansdown fan Through four long years of ruin and stress, The pride-and the deadly bitterness. - Stephen Vincent '- X .. ,f 5951- .- . .."X . "V '-J-, THE BLUE AND THE GRAY By the flow of the inland river, Whence the fleets of iron fled, Where the blades of the grave grass Asleep are the ranks of the dead, Under the sod and the dew, Waiting the judgement day:- Under the one, the Blue : Under the other, the Gray. These in the robings of glory, Those in the gloom of defeat, All with the battle blood gory, In the dusk of eternity meet:- Under the sod and the dew, Waiting the judgement day,'- Under the laurel, the Blue: Under the willow, the Gray. From the silence of sorrowful hours The desolate mourners go, Lovingly laden with flowers Alike for the friend and the foe,- Under the sod and the dew, Waiting the judgement day,- Under the roses, the Blue, Under the lilies, the Gray. So with an equal splendor The morning sun rays fall, With a touch, impartially tender, quiver, On the blossoms blooming for ally- Under the sod and the dew, Waiting the judgement day ,- 'Broidered with gold, the Blue, Mellowed with gold, the Gray. wr Shy JI , 'I W. QQ . -,f,.,-Ru. Ji 7 km.: Qfxs. , - . y , '93 -,.i. W , . e I V 13 ,ii .TX x , Ill . 1 1 dll X viii p5 Saw x V. fi. X Sa, when the summer calleth, On forest and field of grain With an equal murmur falleth The cooling drip of the rain:- Under the sod and the dew, Waiting the judgement dayg- Wet with the rain, the Blueg Wet with the rain, the Gray. Sadly, but not with upbrauiing, The generous deed was doneg In the storm of the years that are fading, No braver battle was won:- Under the sod and the dew, Waiting the judgement day:- Under the blossoms, the Blue: Under the garlands, the Gray. No more shall the war cry sever, Or the winding rivers be red: They banish our anger forever When they laurel the graves of our dead! Under the sod and the dew, Waiting the judgement dayg- Love and tears for the Blue, Tears and love for the Gray. -Francis Miles Finch 1. - - G, - I WMS' if if as n .1i., X X, I! 1' if so f if fli i . f it r T .I il NNN Q NW X if 13? Drummer Boy Frank Madigan Carries Crown. Come listen to another song, Should make your heart beat high Bring erlrnsoln to your forehead, And lustre to your eye. It is a tale of olden tinze, Of days long since gone by . . . wane iwfv Qtr i lx x Annette Kin' C ns The g, row New Queen, Mary Ann Rothermel. 'lY""'eg SS ' www " ai Q -X D Egg'-1 13 fr riff A Q , ' X -ix ffw g ,Kg lf 1 'f' sf ' Z' f'-ff?"-N:Er ff AF: I 4 The u'ar drum is beating, prepare for the figlzzi The trumpet is sf1u11cIz'uy from mountain to shore Your swords and your Iaucvs must slumber no nzfmf. Fling fortlz to f1ze.QzmI1'f111t, Your banner nu I1 iglz, Inscribed ll'I'HI the ll'Clfl'llll'117'd, "We C0IIQ1l6'l'0I'dl'6J.H 1 s . . , ther old and thu yf-um: I J. F 1 5 3, U11 thug' 111211111 . . . ZU1SNX'1'I'lIlLL' 1229 ouffgaom war General Messner Leads His Lady Out . . . Three Yankees in Queen Mary Ann's Court 475 Farr! that Banner for 'tis zveczry, Round its staff is droppiiing clAreary,' Furl if, fold it--if is best: For z'lzere".s not cz man to wave it, And tlzerds not a sword to save -it, And tlzere's not one lift to Iave it In the blood which, heroes give ity And its foes 'now scorrz and brave z'f,' ' Furl it, hide lit-let it rest! 5 1 a 4 5 Q a c 0 1 The Officers Follow Their General and His Lady Q.. ,J I, lf! X X21 ff f iikhiii Ladies of the South Display Maypolc Danci- The s A a : . S I1b6l' sf 2 ' , v Souls Mal' on to War 51 6 rf Q A 550011112 y 7 eargoof eme This is the pictorial story of a great farce. The many beautiful historic shots that you see throughout this book were a re- sult of two successive weekend excursions by the Senior Class and the Driftwood Staff to shoot historic themes in the Tidewater area. Somewhere along the line someone forgot to communicate with nature and as a result you see the umbrellas in the pictures. When we discovered that it was raining it was too late to cancel the chartered busses, so we went on the trip anyhow. The follow- ing pages give a candid account of just what went on during the day. Fortunately the rain did not dampen the Pioneering Spirit of Frederick College and the results proved satisfactory, at least from a photog. Through the Camera's Eye Early Morning on the Bus and Liz Has to Make with the Jokes 5"'ff-44 ,. Editor Seeks Refuge in Cornwallis' Cave Mid Morning Break l C X, L .P 6,2 , ,1 ' 4 rx .4 .- V , .A L ' "' 'Wa , G X bs-: n- SGA President Morgan Entertains His Harem at Brunch in Yorktown What Ammunition 92 ,K .. w -V+ ,ig What Seems To Be the Problem? Guess What? It Stopped Raining Lunch at Jamestown Early afternoon brought some relief from the rain and the "pioneers" trudged on - Just like Hollywood. Photography Adviser Bob Yingling Cbottom rightb was good and wet by the time the rain stopped. Everyone else used good judgement and stayed on the bus, out of the rain. Bob decided at every stop that he would have to get off the bus to shoot pictures. Guess that is the fate of a photographer. The school was more than happy to pay his doctor bills for treatment of pneumonia for the next two weeks. Now that Mr. Yingling is fully re- cuperated he is eager for a rainy day so that he can begin photographing the theme for next year's annual. ,-Q.. Jmf you QQ 94- UAW? 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""'--2 1 f ' 4 ' ' , - "fri sf 'K , gig. ' "xv Fx ., ' v ..14:- 'i'2i, 1 : Vvatgh your Step Look kind of "fakey" dO6SIl't it v A Wu' rv ,sas I dldnt get in the pictule "1 H1575 . 1. M- N rl... Gracefulness on a mudslope Q... P" ,gil-,Q -5 .sm rf' :,..' -a'.:'::. -1-'11 '.:124::. -T3-'J' ' " f:::.':.':. fifgf. , 5:E:'5'5F:. 5 A 5-1:53 .7 I' '-'14 131 .- . . V J... .... - n , Eg. e ef- V , ' ig? , ' " 'LCS' yi.: .-fm' ,- ...--.4. 'nf' v, - . ' 'Q 1 - " N-nv .lo-4' 1 A Now you know why umbrellas were waiting f7re0f2r1k?f 'gn Uaogs fjfe fbzpbmafzc' GIfCkS On Monday, March 15, the rank and file of Fred- erick College Political Scientists invaded the Diplo- matic Circles of our nation's capitol, Washington, D. C. The trip was sponsored by Dr, Joseph L. Stevens, Professor of Modern Languages and Polit- ical Science. Dr. Stevens made arrangements for the students to tour the Department State's new office building. After the tour we were ushered to the fifth fioor conference room where we received a briefing on the functions and policy of the State Department, as it was pertinent to the world situation at the time. The briefing was by Mr. Morrow, Special Ad- Erisor to the Secretary of State on Community Af- airs. Following the briefing, Mr. Morrow held a short question-and-answer period where astute scholars from Frederick tried to corner him on some of the current State Department policies regarding Viet Nam and other trouble spots throughout the world. It was obvious that Mr. Morrow was a polished politician, as he gave answers to the group which seemed to allay their gravest fears of the validity of some of the recent key decisions. Mr. Morrow is a former Congressman from New Hampshire. The visit to the State Department was followed by a brief tour of the National Gallery of Art to view the Space Exhibition, From there we went to the Aero-Space Exhibition at the Smithsonian In- stitute where several students tried to blast off in "Freedom 7". The next leg of the tour found us on Embassy Row where we had a tour of the brand new German Em- bassy. A lecture was presented by one of the per- sonnel of the Cultural Division of the Embassy. Dr. Falk, Assistant Cultural Attache. The cost of the new Embassy was approximately six million dollars and American labor was employed. American ma- terials were used with a few exceptions, such as, custom-made furniture and fixtures. Of these ar- ticles the material was purchased in the U. S. and shipped to Germany for fabrication. Answers Students Queries , . ,.--. , T N...-me I- CJ , -,,., . . ...J 'fi f. fm.. K ,.., , -,.-.. ,.,. .-. g,.,,,, -, Dr. Stevens greets Mr. Morrow, the Advisor to Dean Rusk, Secretary of State. K sd? WENT OP is 1 3 'I 71 li ,gs fi 3- W ICA of J'-1 Q xK?f 1 ffl " 9 1 i f - l Jr: vi' I IlQj,Ili'ff .,, 56 1 'ik N Q! J' Another Frederick College First. State Department Employees were amazed to see an entourage of students parading through State Department corridors with box lunches under their arms and even more amazed when we joined them in the cafeteria for lunch. Thinking of Blasting Off? This little chateau was built so that the custodial This is the new S6 million German Embassy. Staff 001114 be quartered C1059 '00 the Embassy- Prof. Falk, Assistant .Cultural Attache, and an assistant from the Cultural Division pose with the students in front of the Embassy. 7 Gobnzdf Gfnlsfzzzas Cffrzkbn as af 97re0f21'1C'f -1964 , Q ' , ., . . '.'- ' W C Jr f ' r' 'GFI-' -' 5 55, Q. E 1552 A , Y fffci' 5151 if A33 f ivj ??,5'l'f E ff? - fifif :A avg 'fi 's 15,1 if ,bl Il .Ll . 'V' " ., 1. Ni v .W ..x,. 1... '. , K . X. M. v 'K ,qv Q-.-. k a 5' A -.... 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And on that cheek, and o'er that brow, F But tell of days in goodness spent, at peace with all below, - -Lord Byron JK So soft, so calm, yet eloquent, V ., smiles that win, the tints that glow, ff ' heaigwhose love is 1 M l g1f ' "ff QI. R ,BJ . X us ,, . 1 L L r if lx' 6 . K'-Wi. Al 3' ' 1" ' ' V' G Q I rd, 'E 1,26 6? I ,. ,W ,A-Agg. 759 1112136 eof yjroofzcf Herb Cummins builds a chandelier. X X-.. dh Sallye Hayman and Jim Cav- ender design mural. IOO fx,-'Q' Carl Nordstrom, Freshman Class President lends a hand. , zu' 57 K MPN , 5 -1 s., ,f5,A5'P'... Sallye Hayman Serves Some of Her Delicacies s..- f, 'x Q, B --... 411' it E, iff: X 4 51" .Nga 6.2- .,,g, 1964 Senior Class President Mumford and Miss Mancuso. 101 any Dance 9122 Q Q- Q c- - I. ...X X xxbxg-, A.-1 9 vas. S' -f'.'-4-:- -xo Q57 - -Q-533. -,J ','c, '. .,-, :' C" ll! X: -V' , , I, 1 'f f 'J 51,11 A 1 ..- U 'I 14.5 Queen Kathy tours the Floor with SGA President Morgan. Our Faculty and Staff enjoy it also! H W Caroling by the Choir 'K A Frederick Santa Brings Joy to Orphans Band Serenades Campus 4 I Becky leads the cnroling. Butch opens the Christmas Cheers to you too! season with song. Jim and Pete entertain with duets, trge Carol along with Robyn. By A.P.O. E The Band adds more spirit. Vw 411211 4. '1- The Spirit of Frederick College - a yellow slip and a black boot. Anyone for an old wives' tale ? Ciyyf25f012 if M fl A W 1 .41"""a M'L' N H Mmzzfeezz 'fl' ' 4 'l j .1 Fan? Q God knows I tried, boys. This looks rather strange. Ei, I 'Y-rs v 1 i L 5,-1.331-Qs , ,.,1..:-., W-an - H J - ,, . , if - V V 4' 5 -W-If--1 10 "" , Q, 'l7"k'5r..g.'-. . T' '- "x Q ,.' 3 wwf fi'-:nv 2. .f-ESQ ' . .J-, fx, -- ' X ,, wi.-A . .fyi ,A .ff 2,3C,.5g:4.g",,.--A'-A-' - 2 Q 5 1 U ..-..........-.,..,,......,...... " 3 381 r..x Q . l l 1 Qllll- . The Spirit and the Body unite. A Y 'calm and freeg as .aeNun, with adoration: the broad sun ' Y'. ,. 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' ,D ,V A , , ., 1,1 . , , .14, , Q 1. x ., ,.,-, . . x . , . . A 1. ., 1. :.,, 4. H. , ul-vs ,---,HM - .. ,-u . -X mf! .f .., .k N gt A 1 f , ' '- si yAJ'owV,,,'-Q , 4. 1 ...Liu gif 1 ' V 1. my, - x'-1. f aX:.,, u -Q 'U gif, ,,....-,, ' X . f".-1."?-'q4"4'fi'V'4 Q . - X. . 1 x ,f.. - ,r s . Q N x X x 4 r . , x J 1 . My-gg. x Jaifkfkx S:- K., QSXUQQJQZ' gouefnmenf Jqssoczdzifozy Left to right: Donald Craun, Chief Justiceg Mary Jane Airney, Secretaryg Butch Morgan, Presidentg Jim Cavender, Treasurerg Warren Walters, Vice-President. STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION Headed by an executive council of five elected members, the Frederick College Student Government Association supports a mem- bership of the entire student body. Other council members include representatives from each of the four classes, the Inter-Fraternity Council and the Pan-Hellenic Association. As SGA' participants, these representatives assume working positionslon eleven separate com, mittees within the organization. A major aim of the SGA is to encourage an interest in self- government. It depends on the students, as a whole, to suggest con- structive policies pertaining to all scholastic and extra-curricular activities. The SGA endeavors to stimulate high standards of honor and a high degree of cooperation with the Administration in making and enforcing regulations which will encourage a progressive and cooperative campus. r Q3 9? Qycfzbn -nm Aeixutll l 0 'l fe John Uszynski, Freshman Class Representative, raises a question for discussion. 'L K 1 x. Warren "Smoggy" Walters evades the eyes of the public in an informal shot of the SGA in conference. O Someone's Missing Things Could Be Worse Butch Morgan conducts a regular meeting of Student Government representatives and officers. C eczzrzf Orce "N-s 2 C' Q v-wwe Left to right: John Gillmore, Mr. Ripley, James Harcum, Richard Flythe, Bob Grace. Security oflicer, Mr. John Addams Cwho replaced Mr. Ripley who is pictured abovej, directs a patrol of eight scholarship students, who act as the campus police force. Their duties range from night patrol in the security car to sentry work at the gate of the college. Though the group is untrained, they function efiiciently as a student-protecting and law- enforcing unit. , Mr. John Addams Mr. John Gillmore, a familiar face for campus commuters. fn' '1-M RX 'X-,Ls v . 'Q SEER, 5 vl3X5'f,.fLf' . 'Inga' X -Bbxltgiiyss.. X.-Wlbax:,s,:f Q blilbhglg. if bbmpylg.. g , .,. X X55 ,gpg : n1,L:'. gh xNuXsXn.A,:,,: :Lf - e QBXXXT- :I 5' 5 L itll. :N 1f '55 A t J , 5 J 4,2 . lx: ff' 2 r' X ,'xlXX'5,w HW Bbff' lx--11 'px , Exylxgtbf. 7 'X , N "S, 1 gh XXXL ' ' XX B -N 5 Exif: - 'xx X N 35x P5532 ' 106 , , 'JW , I 6 5. ij ' ilk Jim Gregory at his post in the gatehouse. Calling all Richard Flythe, F- t ready to answer a call. IO7 I Y 117-1 -W.-w-.v 1 J Y, l 4' T FQ ofzrzbf Gokye 012 ceff 0114 1 ilw ,V ji C Q, l Left to right: First row-Betty Geiger, Vivian Jones, Jean Maddy, Tish Hoffman, Robyn Stanek, Emily Diggs, Mary Ann Rothermel, Nancy Dill, Betty Parrish, Becky Keith, Second row-Sharon Easty, Phyllis Miller, Linda Walters, Carol Mancuso, Anne Johnson, Karen Harris, Ronald Collins, Joey Collins, Dixie Stevenson, Cindy Spurrier, Dee Stanek, Jim Kay, Third row - Lloyd Lane, Pete Shusterman, David - . 5 1 35- 'l THE MEN'S GLEE CLUB Left to right: First row-Robert Taylor, Dave Humphrey, Lloyd Lane Joey Collins Pete Schusterman, Al Bastinelli, Jim Kayg Second row-Arthur Youmans Jim Hutton J, 3 . 012291275 JgO!'U.5' Cs f ark M l 5 l ,.' '.,, J .fi 'YQ 575' ' I 'Wir " ' " f K . . ' i 7 L n lil Left to right: First row-Betty Parrish, Betty Geiger, Vivian Jones, Tish Hoffman, Jean Maddy, Becky Keith, Sedond row -Phyllis Miller, Sharon Easty, Robyn Stanek, Emily Diggs, Mary Ann Rothermel, Dee Stanek, Nancy Dill, Third row- Linda Walters, Anne Johnson, Carol Mancuso, Karen Harris, Dixie Stevenson, Sandy Gillis, Judy Mott, Cindy Spurrier, Gladys Mialek. J W2 '-1-if .49 'Q-.5 THE VARSITY QUINTET Left to right: Leon Potter, Dennis Kozlowski, Leslie Smith, Ed Browder, Eddie Eaves. Wa Ofdzyaf Cgzbyers unu- 3 5 THE MADRIGAL SINGERS Left to right: Front row-Betty Geiger, Lloyd Lane, Joey Collins, Al Bastinelli, Vivian Jonesg Second row-Betty Par- rish, Jean Maddy, Tish Hoffman, Charles Torian, Jim Hutton, Pete Schusterman, Emily Diggs, Nancy Dill, Becky Keith. pv- X! 110 + f6 K L W3 N gym ai Ejiy J, SE 4 'l ii e l 5 if ien '- f i 'Qs A li E 3 ' gfekifzbf Gokye an Cf The Concert Band contributes to the cultural development of Frederick Col- lege. Through hours of individual and group rehearsal, the band has performed some of the most challenging music in band literature. The band has presented two formal concerts this year in addi- tion to numerous appearances for assem- blies, lawn concerts and other special events. The Frederick College Marching Band of the South entertained football fans both at home and away, this season, performing at half-time shows, including Homecoming. The Oyster Bowl Parade was also one of the highlights of the marching season. Rehearsals for these performances take many hours of diligent practice on the part of students and instructors. emfimilgfr li' 'J 4 gl' lil r S06-IH FIELD HOUSE The Woodwind Quintet was organized this year by Charles J. Torian Jr. The Quintet is composed of outstand- ing instrumentalists from the concert band. This group has performed both standard and contemporary compositions in concerts on campus, and has also been the guest of the Virginia Educators Association on two occasions. I-"'..S' .D 'fl Left .to right: Charles Torian, Bernie Johnson, Kay Deans, Ronnie Collins, Barbara Stephenson. Il2 Charles Torian, Assistant Director of Bands. Tk. dxwx-.2 1 .3 H L S Left to right: Beverly Guffy, Linda. Roberts, Carol Eagle, Claudia May, Deedee Wilson, Eve Cruz. i l - l 4 l Q i . ,ll w. new-M-.Q x p . 'Vin , 2 , 4 A 'Q 3+ Q xi Q K, . r J Y' v .V . w X . 5 , x BX! r MQ, 3. cr A Y' N si- - --l. Q. IQ . Q ' '1 i,,X-Q x'X . "':"w,.L A . , as Q .' ' 1 ' -6.- I' ' X --.iv if 'IVA 3 or N Q -. ew we or i Freshman, Frank Knott, leads the Marching Band across the football field at half-time. 'VP Pep Band instills spirit in the stands at the Homecoming game. .,,,.,. .. . 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' if , , rl f A New Phase in Yearbook Editing G. .9 Marty Green, Editor-in-Chief Editors Have A Rough Life Being Editor Requires Versatility Drij 5 I I uood I I I 1 I I Csffyjf if Phyllis Miller, Photography Editor .mf 'Q Mary Jo Wimsatt, Assistant Editor is-' 3 .. 'Ni lv-fi Jeanne Neff, Secretary To Editor Robert F. Marshall, Advisor I ., ,. '1 , 'gg' C7662 QDfMw000fQ3ffjfgf1965 701 . 9 ooss C.J E gi Marty Green, Pixie Hudzina, Pat Dryden, Madeline Condino, Jeri Loftis, Jim Gatling, Sandy Pickering, Hank Beuke, Linda Maxey, Grey Edwards, Eric Seidel, Judy Mott, Peggy Tierney. l '1 7 ,l N, l l w I I l I il i L. to R.: flineelingl Debbie Pagano, Sharon Dewey, Cindy Spurrier, Pat Elkey, Mary Ann Alston, Faye Mihellc, Jeanne Neff, Evelyn Shep, Mary Ellen Etheridge, Carol Mancuso, 1 J l l l I 1 I I l l i i 1 xxx, ..n- A WMF. Sw N Mary Ann Rothermel Danny Gardner Anna Faye Grayson Features Editor Sports Editor Special Copy Editor 3' I --.. Y-'li' if 3:1111 wg .. Jr ga 'xx Garland Bradshaw Copy Editor F' f -4 hun-nn-I Organizations Editor, Faye Mihelic, QRJ discusses plans with Pat Elkey and Jim Gatling. .ir Throughout the school year many things happen which affect people and the amount of work they are able to contribute toward building a successful college. It is impossible to picture everyone who had a hand in making this book. To those people who have been omitted I extend my sincere apologies. Many people gave up their evenings of study and entertainment to lend a helping hand and to all those people I extend my sincere gratitude for a job well done. Marty Green, Editor-in-Chief i , s-- , by , 1-. - ' 1 4'l i in F '- "" ' 3 ' Jery Loftis, Classes Editor f if A E E 'Q 1 ,ul '- W 33. 3. Qu.. f-5.1: . Hi' -f ' LL- 'K Al" Judy Mott and Peggy Tierney, Art Editors. 119 fe Erfzm ac' Jack Battenfield, Editor Wayne Head, Sports Editor James Bailie, Assistant Editor QW THE MERRIMAC is the bi-weekly student newspaper of Frederick College published for and by the students of the college. The newspaper is paid for by the school and is distributed at no charge to the students. The Merrimac carries on an exchange program with other colleges and universities through- out the countries and over three hun- dred copies of the paper are distributed in this manner. 1 Sffyjf lfftgmm 5 The newspaper is edited by Jack Bat- tenfield whose position will be taken over next year by James Bailie, Assis- tant Editor this year. Professor Wilmer Hoerr is the advisor of the paper and in no way censures what the editor prints but merely offers constructive criticism as far as journalism goes. All photo- graphic work including developing and printing for the paper is done on camp- us by students under the direction of Mr. Bob Yingling who is a professional photographer residing in the area. 5. rift!" -r F9 'flfzipzfi 'f iifilf-3'3if?J 571 l ' it -' fi " .LLf"i',I5:7" Y' " " r -x'.- ,.-a,:r- i I . Q ysk ' ik, '-WJ ?Qj'14'xJ .' ' ,, N-, .L ..,- A V,-Q V 4, ' ' ' . r,- 2415.-'fp jf 1 3'-nw! -1 ' QQXAESFW - ' " v r ?6j1'if'ij2'f, ' -- ' . ' Q i5'::i1f"'f' ' 'FA Wx f . Y , x . fir., A f sg .Y , f 1' A - .K I ' - If i ,Q '- p '. .I . uf' fn ' g . . dun 1 "mu 0 ':f1f.2snn . go' .' 'un 0' o - . . w Q if - A . - Prof. W. A. Hoerr, Advisor 1 1 ' 1 sr v , k was fu KK I S' v J 47 Bill Palacio, News Editor Faye Mihelic, Assistant Editor and Mary Anne Rothermel Assistant News Editor nv--an-11: Q aUlferr1k22 ac af or if Three Generations of Editors Garland Bradshaw, Jim Bailie and Jack Battenfield PhX.g j :XIX in . "wanna ,,-: He works here too Q. A I , f aw, f 6 Y I' I ,.. I we f 'E Q Dwight Young, Photographer Mihelic and Elkey get assignments from Editor The Staff: L. to R.: Anita Wright, Bill Palacio, Jack Battenfield, Faye Mihelic, Bill Stiegman. C2nd Rowbz Anna Faye Grayson, Brenda Feree, Linda Armstrong, Nadine Forbes, Wayne Head, Vivian Jones, Pat Elkey, Debbie Pagand, Mary Anne Rothermel. C3 Rowlz Joan Barrett, John Plichta, Eric Sidel, Tom Raines, M. J. Wimsatt. Darkroom Break: Joe Payne, Marty Green, Phyllis Miller Hard Working' Copy Reader and Bob Yingling. vi p '.-g f"ff " ' f ' 1 K V5-'43, ?FfEffL'l?:. 'iv '. 7 ' X N -,,3.'.'. -xg .- 1. . ., 1.1, Lifildiy Jiflagazinz FREDERICK COLLEGE, PORTSMOUTH, VIRGINIA Vol. 1, No. 1 SPRING, 1964 IMITATION OF MILTON Resolving conflicts breeds depression deep When rationality suocumbs to soul. The spirit grows in order to cajole An ordered world from its decisioned sleep That well-trained, regimented minds will reap. What early power is there that can console A man upon the academic knoll With soulful man-his sanity to keep. Contentment lies within no mortal's reach While answers spring from out depression's guise Or else within the logical facade. So, seek not from yourself save to reach Solutions born of love and compromise As given by an understanding God. LEE MUMFORD The Spring of 1964 saw the first Publication of The Literary Magazine, made up of work of college students. The task of compiling and supervising this monumental task was undertaken by Jack R. Kidd, Professor of English. Professor Kidd worked many tedious hours with students writing and re- writing their compositions for publica- tions. His expert criticisms and advice made this first literary attempt a pub- lication that will set a high standard for all forthcoming publications of that ' nature. eva -H-2 J . Y' K' -- 3- ,J Professor Jack Kidd, Sponsor of Frederick Co1lege's First Literary Magazine. Donald Brault, Mary Wimsatt and Marty Green lstandingi discuss forthcoming pub- lication. 1?- jjfofografo Y csfqf 37- Photographer for the Portsmouth Ledger Star, Mr. Robert Yingling directs the work of Frederick's Photo Staff. Here, he explains the printing process to staff member, Phyllis Miller. The Photo Staff is composed of students who are interested in do- ing a service for the school, and at the same time, in fLu'thering their knowledge of photography. The staff takes pictures for the annual, the newspaper, and -for general school use. These volunteers spend long tedious hours in shooting, de- veloping, and printing pictures. Photographing for them in Williamsburg. 124 -'tg ix Rob Jenkins loads film. Phyllis Miller and Joe Payne V -2- A f - A. 1 .K ! 3 ,Q J In Q bk 3 Xgm 'P Ai' " Q' Q- g- , Freshman photographer, Joe Payne Look closely for imperfection. Danny Gardner Rob Jenkins Phyllis on the side-lines. ' F ' ',-' : 9 :SA rv A' U' X . A s - 3 ' y lf: u J Kwai? All 1 49 :E ,,, 'lv .rw-' ' --al' xlfff if If QSILYZZQIO zyanziafzbn Left to right: Front row-Judy Overman, Hope Faulken- berry, Marcia Peele, Jane Laughlin, Barbara Overmang Sec- ond row-Janice Hammond, Judy Bloodgood, Meredith Jones, Brenda Fulkerson, Dean Vivian Gibson, Emily Diggs, Vir- ginia Handy, Jean Maddy. The Big Sister Organization is in its second active year on the Frederick College campus. The Dean of Women created this group for the pur- pose of helping freshman women become oriented to college life. "Big Sisters" are both guidance V counselors and friends to the shy "green" fresh- man Coeds. Big Sister Judy Bloodgood assists at Freshman Orientation. 126 , Y X -f'3 uhm 6 -AW- nj' Officers: Judy Overman, Brenda Fulkerson, Virginia Handy. Vivian L. Gibson Dean of Women Sponsor and Advisor Marcia Peele introduces freshman coeds to Dean Gibson at faculty reception. 127 1 ffck C1215 l 1 K z ,,g,Qt5:5 1l1nnq-,-.Q--r- 'L'-Q.-Aa- Someone's Enjoying It 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 together. Through their various projects and activities, both the college and community benefit. This year one hundred fifty-five Frederick College students donated their blood in the Red Cross drive Jsponsored by the Circle K. This became the greatest contribution since the first drive, sponsored by the Circle K in 1962. X. 'Tidewater Bloodmobile Arrives Brave Volunteers f Organizations Compete For Most Blood Donated J mx 5, W' v 1 fl at Q T I ' ... 1 1 31 cf, f T,?Il.iggTON R. Romano J. conoven ca. ansumsw Jecfelaray .Fruiaent U1 rf' -.vfwiarn I '?1'ea.fL,Hf:- W . C ' , D 5' Q' xr - U , Q 1 ' ' 19 Q - o ' ' I 'I I I ll L E w K , I ' " 5 pi o 5, Q. i O sv AS O X Q s. 5 5 so x f -- , V J , -25' i kj' Q 1 i4 'C 5 1 - Q Q. U f , I , 4 L J- RMON S V ' F WILLXRMS A . f: S3 1. ' 59 L I 1 ? x y S 3 ' o - 1 , ' 1'- I-small .a-- 1 6. EELCH X ' 5 ' s' s' s-' s Q' v' ' s S' so Q'sL' Q f N, 5- qv Qc L4 .s qv 5 s o .LSOMMH A ' Q. ,- .... W. M.M.......... ,M R A-H, K! 3 , 4 , - 'XJ b ' LU 'L 2 VV -K - 1 A , 'Q , jj .: ax sf 1 u-Lesncn -3 I LVPRRKER M.L. HHRRIS QR. Mauna Ll. .ffwaars Hdvisaz' vfaculfvy Jfdluisur .I 3 , QQ 'HI I il 1 99 Lrj D'BuRRE"" P. NUTTW cor-use , Q -" K. ' , as --..1 Ji ,fx 3 x . mcomusu J. GHTLING G. Cunnan R. Lmron w. Lewrsa R, MQRRLS H 1 a Om eya afzbnaf Cseruzce lgfafernzfy ' The APO is a service fraternity G g 1' 57451 C 160 P fe I1 and the only national fraternity on the Frederick Campus at the pres- ,X I ff ' ent. Alpha Phi Omega is dedicated .X I. .L 1 XX ff , QW:X, WgMgfS ' to the principles of leadership, , -, R friendship, and service. It was glgiflf' W' Ni N- p founded in 1925 at Lafayette Col- LQ N lege in Easton, Plennsylglfania. APO , QF " -' c apters are c artere on more L7' H E V LQ. than three hundred campuses in f X X Elie? ? ,J the United states. J. A 'x A - ,, Y -, ax ffm: The purpose of Alpha Phi X'-ct N EFX' Omega, ". . . to assemble college ' --x X5 P 3. men in the fellowship of the Scout Q7 Qi NX MF Oath and Law, to develop leader- ' Q ship, to promote friendship, to pro- Fft 'big' vide service to humanity, and to further the freedom that is our national, educational, and intel- lectual heritage", has been well exemplified on the Frederick Campus through projects and APO Omcers everyday undertakings. Left to right: First row-Leon Perry, Fred Berck, Eric Trivett, Bobby Linton, Dwight Johnson, Richard Headly, Bill Seidel, Hank Green, Gene Bright, Pete Wiggins, Charley Steigman, Jim Sykes, Darrell Shepherd, Paul Owens, Donald Craun. J if li-:I APO shows Home coming spirit. APO s faculty ad visor, Mr. Jerome Blau, l3O YZ . , UIIQIQI For Frederick's second annual Homecom- ing, a brilliant sunny day, and a victorious game with the Newberry College Indians - a warm and happy reception for the return- ing graduates, relatives and friends. Returning graduates of Frederick gather at Home- coming half-time for a picture with President Alford and Dean Harkey. I I - -.2!'4- - I ssoczdfzbn Last year's officers, Lee Mumford, Sam Reynolds, and Annette King, pose with SGA President, Butch Morgan. V . :sn .xl Lee and Carol chat with Mr. and Mrs. Brown at a tea given following the game. Q. 7' , A - 1 r A , L: Butch Morgan, President of SGA, is greeted by last year's President, Sam Reynolds. 2 1 fi vamp-0,0 5, om ' .c , ' 1' i i R S 'r 5 ..f W., ...."' . , ,, , ',,50",4ia'9' ' .. ,, - ,f pl 4 .pr t -. , M L ,X iff- V K if: - ,-,ry , . Y ' V, . -- v ., . - V ' . ---1 -,gf , - ' !,,,- Left to right: Front row-Thelma Mountcastle, Nancy Dill, Melanie Strickland, Butch Morgan, Mary Jane Airney, Mary Ellen Rhodes, Hope Faulkenberryg Second row-Jack Batten- geld, Judy Mott, Professor R. Baine Harris, Susie Davis, Jim ai ie. 1 R R it The Philosophy Club of Fred- ' erick College is composed of U ' I students who are either minor- , A ing in Philosophy, or those who ' x" have completed basic Philosophy A ,gg courses. These students, under l G the direction of Advisor R. , V up R Baine Harris, procure noted lec- ii I A turers, read philosophical jour- nals, and anticipate many group - discussions. President Butch Morgan S9Cl'9tal'.V M3117 Jane Aifney 132 Oflicers: President-Tom Somma, Vice-President-Mary Jo Chamberlin, Treasurer-Grey Edwards, Recording Secretary -Sandy Foster. 9: ' ' 3 V' If 'haf Q germ an C7136 . 1.1. air! ' ' A '?'E"g5-Y,-"A-"' "" i .t , .H , 'Y f . , vm Zee I W if'f"'2.- T " 'xo -all 'I . '1.Li?i'7tlf7'f'i:?fLf!- ' V V ' - 3-.-.. ...,.. fx. , fm . . .-.. . MV ""l-fi QA: -'gi -.ff J' ' gg, t v -- , , .2 i gf 1 I J K K A' f..s,' 'f'5Nf'1-, ,N The German Club was or- ganized under the direction of Dr. Stevens to propagate an lnterest in Germany, the lan- guage, and the culture. 'isa Dr Joseph Stevens Student- 5 '5- Left to right: First row-J. Gibbon, Martin Green, Grey Edwards, Tom Somma, Bill Lewter, Richard Cornish, Second row-Sandy Foster, Mary Ellen Etheridge, Joan Garrett, Sallye Hayman, Joan Barrett, Judy Blankenshipg Third row -Gene Thompson, Al Caplin, S. B, Watson, Robeit Kitz, Joe Payne, Robert Leuhrs, Rob Jenkins, Neil Flyn. Herman Linneweber, Frederick's Hrst foreign exchange XX in lv'-Q gyma Zeffa 79 1' j2Qn0rary CSCIQUCQ grafernzky D. 'FEW f Q A GRA i R x , 1 ' fill Officers: Left to right-John Conover, Robert Romero, Charles Pavey, Darrell Shepherd ga Eli T v. , , . Q wiv . f , I ,A .. Q. ' A ' ' Left to right: First row-Paul Owens, Robert Romero, Charles Pavey, William Jackson, Y Second row-Darrell Shepherd, Fred Berck, John Conover. l34 , iii---., B I , K 1' -A Charley Trivett, 769 ,IidI?yUdyQ Irene Ferradaz, Norberto Ferradaz - f - ......,.m ff, vr,,y,gixXE ' Q .I R h -...,,....,..a: l The language lab is a workshop for the improvement of pronuncia- tion and listening comprehension in three languages. Charles Trivett of- ficiates over the French language labg Herman Linneweber, takes charge of the German labg and Nor- berto Ferradaz is responsible for the classes in the Spanish lab. 2 yr ,y . x- . 7 s fo K it 745.5 ,. . Mr. Robert Marslmll, at the Con- trol boards. rt, f 'U Students listening in. kk ,, , I , V . . -g 4 ,QQ l35 Mr. Morgan's French class takes notes on a recording from the language lab's library. 0110? ery-6Q!0U6ACGI2S Jim Sykes, Howard Whitehurst, and Butch Morgan attend a Young Republican's Conven- tion at Hampden Sydney. l , . Dobbins ounj Qemocrafs 5 Lfil 5 fi vw ge. li it Left to right: Tom Dolan, L. Justis, L. Burstyn, Ali Abedg Second row- Howard Whitehurst, Gene Wright, Robert Taylor. 136 Left to rlght Front row M1m1 Harrell Kay Deans, Deedee McAll1ster Second row Bert Marshall Pete Wlggms Jim Sykes John CSXUOQJQX Tjzfyzhja OQICGfIbZ2 fv530C1df1b12 oe .jizvef fifapfezo lll'llll A A lilllki Left to right: First row-Linda Armstrong, Nancy Dill, Mary Janice Hammond, Melanie Strickland, Sandy Schwartz. Ann Jereme, Louise Smith, Karen Harris, Jo Ann Twiddyg Brenda Ferrce, Judy Overmanp Fourth row-Charles Trivett, Second row-Thelma Mountcastle, Jerry Doughty, William Jane Laughlin, Peggy Tierney, Jim Sykes, Dwight Johnson, Daley, Vicki Dudley, Susie Davis, Bob Gross, Barbara Over- Bill Steigman, John Dobbins, Mary Ellen Rhodes, Donald many Third row-Hope Faulkenberry, Sammie Sue Wade, Craun. The S.V.E.A.'s main purpose is to acquaint prospective teachers, mem- bers, and non-members with the basic requirements of the state in which they intend to teach. Secondly, it attempts to present would-be teachers profession. Occasionally, there are guest speakers from various school to attend state SVEA conventions. Miss Withers is the SVEA's Faculty Advisor, and Louise Smith is its President. I37 with some of the daily difficulties that will confront them in the teaching systems throughout the state. There are several opportunities each year yy 1131515125 7 gee Czfczf Last year the tradition of music recitals by mem- bers of that department were begun. Among the first was a recital given by Miss Sallye Hayman and Mr. Charles Torian. The power on campus Went off in the middle of the recital and candlelight was hastily improvised. Thus the tradition of a candle- light recital was begun. This year Miss Hayman accompanied Mr. Torian once more in a recital given in April. The candlelight was an impressively romantic setting to compli- ment the superb music. Others offering recitals this year will be gradu- ating seniors Joey Collins, Ronald Collins and M. K. Deans. Miss Hayman 8: Mr. Torian uifwm Mr. Torian demonstrates his skill on the alto sax Sallye also participated with three solos. -M. .' .fi " 4,5 '4- lw hi X v J I A X . hr. ' 1 : at I, ' ...Vt ' , ABP Q- ' 1 . . . ,-'94 -af . , Q 'W +1 Y ' x 3 A I .1 4.4 TN. .,, X.-'.-1 hi ,T x An' I .,. v., .f , '.. vv-.V - 4, , ,.. X mfil, . T 5. ,, ,,-.- 'S-. CjQ7lSbkz12 CSXUOQJQX M2102 Left to right: First row-Dixie Stevenson, Sallye Hayman, Eric Seidel, Joan Barrett: Second row-Mary Wimsatt, John Cottingham, Tom Raines, Hope Faulkenberry. The purpose of the CSU is to coordinate all student religious activities on campus. This year the CSU has sponsored several Sunday night chapel programs, given devotions at appropriate school functions, and cooperated with the Re- ligious Life Committee on the various activities of Religious Emphasis Week. The CSU proper is composed of all members of the five affiliated or- ganizations: The Methodist Student Movement, The Baptist Student Union, The Canterbury Club, and the EK Club. The executive committee is composed of two representatives from each of the above organizations. Mr. Walter Harris is the club sponsor. Officers: Left to right-Jim Flanagan-Treasurer, Joan Bar- rett-President, Pete Wigins-Secretary. Mr. Walter Harris, CSU sponsor t yzaeffaoflsf QSXUQQJQX yRcOUQ!2AQ1?Zl v nr-4 5 Left to right: First row-Faye Mihelic, Mary Ann Doremus, Linda Armstrong, Jane Laughlin, Becky Keith, Joan Barrett, Second row-Melanie Strickland, Ellen Skyles, Nancy Dill, Vivian Jones, Vicki Dudley, Third row-Ronnie Trent, Butch Morgan, Ted Hatsfield, Pete Wiggins, Karl Tull, Bob Taylor. W' 1. 'UW OFFICERS Pete Wiggins, Nancy Dill, Melanie Strickland, Vivian Jones Q .l P' czpfzlyf CSfu0Q12f Wnzbn Left to right: Front row-Betty Flythe, D. Burrell, Janice Hammond, Rev. William Bonner, Kay Sterling, Second row-J. Keety, R. Headly, S. Harlow, Bob Moyers, Larry Hischober, Eddy Hobbs. 0610? W Complete group-Left to right: Front row-Nancy Stanford, Janice Hammond, Kay Sterling, Mary Ellen Rhodes, Second row-Emily Diggs, Hope Faulkenberry, Brenda Fulkerson, Sammie Sue Wadeg Third row-Thelma Mountcastle, Jane Laughlin, Betty Flythe, Mrs. Brown. 142 K"" . . wow Q12 7.9 UXI far I a l E. S i. -' , if QQ L ' ' NNN Officers-Left to right: First row-Sammie Sue Wade, Brenda Fulkerson, Mary Ellen Rhodes, Sec- ondd row-Jane Laughlin, Mrs. Brown, Nancy Stan- for . 7 e jjifksofo y avg fb L. 'ev Qin.- l Officers: L. to R.: Mary Jane Airney, Judy Mott, Jane Laughlin. 2nd row: Butch Morgan, Tom Worthington and Gerald Lacerte. - 'il , if I - f N The Philosophy Club, under advisorship of Prof. R. Baine U l 3. 53 J Harris, endeavors to give students who are taking philosophy courses more insight into what philosophy is. To become a . , g member a student must have nine hours in philosophy. The club brings guest speakers to campus from all over the 1 , 1 . country. . R. Baine Harris, Sponsor l43 Q 1 Qwmfm C116 Left to right: First row-Bill Steigman, Eric Seidel, Mary Ann Jereme, Madeline Condino, Mary Wimsatt, Tom Somma, Richard Cornish, Second row-Brenda Ferree, Susie Davis, Pixie Hudzina, Debbie Pagano, Jeanne Neif, Evelyn Shea, Carol Mancusog Third row-Irene Ferradaz, Peggy Tierney, Norberto Ferradaz, John Plichta, Jim Matusiak, Tom Dolan, Cherry Brock. 1 161 X. Oflicers: Bill Steigman, Eric Seidel, Madeline Condino, el' Z Left to right: Front row-R. Adams, S. B. Watson, Pete Wiggins, Jim Flannigan, Thelma Mountcastle, Howard Whltehurst, Richard Headley, Dr. Helmbold. I44 M 1 "-was ,-w-.,-0--wqnfgy ' 0. , .' . ' , fr -. . w Q- - -we.f..x . Ny3I'0lZQI'g000f 77 ca0Qm1Cs gem wsifjo 65011129 A1 V911 X 94? 3 5 gl 'A " Q 3 5 . ' EI . .TA'f'fQ'3' 3. Q S9529-YV, A vw' l X jjanejifekzyzkl' ouncz' T ii i EQ P J n ani! QF' Left to right: Phyllis Finch, Pat Lingo, Sarah Killen, Emily Diggs, Mrs. Patricia Stauffer, Judy Bloodgood, Macie Ward. The Pan-Hellenic Council is composed of repre- sentatives from each of Frederick's three sororities - Lambda Tau Omega, Kappa Sigma Phi, and Gamma Zeta. This council, inaugurated by Dean Gibson, coordinates the activities of all the sorori- ties and establishes rules for the activities of Rush Week. They also control membership and fees for each of the three sororities on campus. Mrs. Patricia Stauffer, Advisor to the Pan-Hellenic Council. 146 , 0140177135 X 12 706612 i 3 o 1" My N s K ws 1 if i A Toast To Sisterhood I 5 Q. 'E iff 255 2 ' '1 gy f 1 of Beauty Look What Santa Brought iiwses f vl .. f , , , A, in X is , - -- ':.i5,.'. - gif:-fm: ug, ' , , -f r- 'i 'af - 57: 'jf' 5' 11' 'i :iw T521-zfTRi3i?235 i ' .-hi . 71,1 , A if :ENN - xg 1 if 2 3 1? ' 1 5 5 ' A ' -.iff v - ' , .' 1 I ' M ,L .i if i g Things Are Looking Up Punch Anyone? 147 , -Kawai i .ZIUJJ gzzfez' grafefnzky Cslyma 474750 3 . yjfz' 775050 Qyfofa magma Qelfa ? n A A n n n jjfzlylgpfoa Zefa if q , , n n n n ry n n S7611 .5 ' n n n n rx n rw 551' .Y V n n rw n n n n 1 . H 0 0 V' H W Roger Baverman, President Sigma Phi Alpha Il l1.LL.LLAlL1Lll Jglglkalllie, iue LLeL1uent II Il Il II II II 157. 3 5 5 J U U U U U U U as U .- ' ':.1'iy,Q" , r .4 J U U U U U U U " J U U U U U U U 4 U U U U U U U J NN on r' zn k FSZSHTBI4- A K.. rafer1212'1Q3 1Q 011612 VY Pledge Parties Abound Christmas for Orphans ' "f 1? ?'4":"f, l49 That Good L1fe On the Beach ff? appa zyma J KAPPA SIGMA PHI, found- ed in 1961, was the first women's social sorority on the Frederick campus. It is dedi- cated to the principle of loyalty, sisterhood, and service. Active in civic as Well as social pro- grams, the "Kappa Sig" girls are proud of the name they bear and the service they perform. I 150 1 1,91 1 f ,Q f J R ff X fi X P v J BLOODGOGD 'iv X 50 'W' V. 0' CONNOR D. STRNEK "W aX' n N X W f .. N ' . f N XX I aw.: 1 L 1 'E' 113 V 3 , , X 1 I P SZLLLNRN N 1 ' f , 1 ,lgmmla 19111 ga . x- U- 1 .- - fxj FQ' X V ' 1014, - 0 L 17115 k U11 r 5' 1 Q L 1 P 94 A , W - C 4 . i'E2?Zi:if1 . q an i 1 2,4111 E1 5 WF un 49 X I 'IT E31 x v f ,X if ' S111 U L1 . 133411. 'QV Q 1 ' 4 .g s M PEELE ' M HDRMS , -, 13.363 Q ' 1 " 3 . J .1 S MOORE M HIRNEN .. 1, amp: ' . , -, X, I , -1- A 552 A- 11 SMEREDITH F WYSOCM Zljilfglfux 122' f is 5 5 BHZENORE K If-if il , S R WRIGHT 'K J , A -6' f X HILL + Jw -.- , 1 N16 A M J NES . 1' 'Qf' L HRM TR N .Jn ... 5 KILLEN li -qs L lf 2, v env K an ni , -can-P'5-b Y Gamma Zeta has been active in giving baskets of food, toys, and money to needy families, and Easter egg hunts for faculty children. They have carried out school spirit at Frederick this year. Of the three sororities, Gamma Zeta has maintained the highest cumulative scholastic standing. l52 X, .ixii ' ,f 1 F- 3' asvenex ' X f-Q'fQ f 3-o.1:.LvnI f' 7 I , A ' 1 ---'V ,NVIX 11,9 emacs W1 cr - Aprvszdnf Q , H h gg , 5 5 J JNERMRN .sn ,-, fd fi, BAOVERMRN If fI'If' Duff! 'Q f Q'.5Q"y'q' 1-lsxv N' 'Q ' 5, . 1 y nw wk .. , X . ' - 1 - . DIIIIIID lf El - 1:m:11'1+ 6 ' I sunk ' f s 5 in x Q 5, i V 'Q 4, fn I Q X M X905 34 " wil - - :iw sf v + U , DI ,mum 11, 4 11- -Q 'slulf Wonas 1 41191 S, A s sci-mwanrz -. E I M. wane -Ci? wi ,' . f .K , , is c, mmzsra ' g bw. V m. new ,EJ M 5 - P' 3' Eff! A D . A -3, ssess " Sw if 95: t if MVROTHERMEL 4. aennerr A! GMYSQN Sfwzw ay' a'mH 1' ky,fgL,., Q -gb wx Q xx M CHMERON sf,,.,.,f +9 , C an x .L aooow IN fz,.A,,',,-1 z V, WNW f? S HAWMAN fa as ...YA T N DVLL , 'U- 33 V N. sraNFow,o K J 6 'G M CONDXNL' You're in the Pepsi Generation 'gg x Stacked " Washed The Days of Wine and Roses Though small in number, the sisters of Lamba Tau Omega sorority enjoyed some activity throughout the year. In the fall, Lamba Tau sponsored two dances in Record gymnasium for the enjoyment of those who attended. Though missed the first semester, the shoe shine reappeared in February. Founders Day was combined with a tribute to the seniors and celebrated by a banquet. The rush season brought a series of festive parties and a new class of pledges. Among other activities, the pledges made the annual visit to an or- phanage This year, the last of the charter mem- bers of Lamba Tau Omega Sorority will graduate But they will have left behind a c ose sorority, socially as well as morally Guess Who ? 0 022- 4- The Misses Lambda Tau Ready! Dried 154 " " " ' 3' 0 f M .fx 0 f -, '3 K, X 3 6 v , qu-1, 1 'I 9 ,f x . Fi' ' . ,M .t ll, J-,-Z .V I l,:.as'?"-iq. . X ' wil. N' ' W , 5 x K x V 1 P4 UNGO R- GCBSON L. CHERRY C- DCMKOWCZ fn-.n at-nl Uwe 'lfrnfden I 1 M ---- , NX Jn rflary QW-W"-" wg. .. , . , . , fx , ' " X. 1 'mv '- . - ' . t :s X c ' J 7 - . ' if S X 4-gf 7' I ., .. . .- Q .Q ,1 -- P 1 . lf, 1, ' "'g,,CsisA,-' 'Ni-::ff,. 2 f N- ..xX -. P.srnuFFeR .,,A..f! 5- HOWELL '7'f"""" M. Mowerr 0'-zvfvff' fn-flmmnlm-fm 3 , wlmsvlsg XX., .Ml-Q,,,k'1 .v , , X . 5-f V H 5 . X 1 , s , 'xx .--" ' S H- i Q. n VV VV V , s kv 0 it X . .' xv . 1 ' 1 F ..-- V V, - 3' B u, f ' N,-' A Eflf gf --f ' . , . r . 4 -1 1 - 1, f f r "ri ' Xwkifl , -. K! 1 -"' "M N., t x.- , ' I .X ' I J X . f 'Y f f x ,f X -s 'A ' X ' ff X X , f X " X XA 'V V X f? ,, X fi' 4 'Q - ' , 5 ' , X A 9 1 if 5 -., ,.-K' T X ..,,s...,,- 3 t 51 ' L L' ' ' ' QQ . 1' E -X .' ' Q4 Up . , f 1 mi' . 3 . N f W . 1 1 falls ,I... " .. ,. ,. , 'Q A-.Q " "' , Iligfz, 2: 4 .,.- ' ' Q J Am' f- ' - A nf' A . , - v 1 .c V? " " ' ,, 3 '- f .Q 3, ' :Y b 5 L. WALTON D HREGER LHNDERSON K, R91 RDQN .. -A , .Q -' l y i 'Q-'igiifgfr' 1 Q., Y , , Q , Ag' can . J-fu - x . , .I I u.1.nNcns1'aH c suuwoaeac. 0 susan wnaams p, F,Nc,, 155 l N T 1' a Zfczfernzky Q4 vi. V fi. L. to R. Clst Row! Wayne Weaver, Exchequerg Martin Green, Grand Chan- cellorg 12nd Rowy James Bailie, Scribeg Herb Cummins, Grand Vice Chan- cellorg Norberto Ferradaz, Comptroller. Battenfleld Entertains Prospective Pledges "Pineapple Pie" Trio L . 1-M Phi Alpha Pi was formed two years ago by three of its charter members: Ronald Brinkley, Marty Green and Herb Cummins. The idea of forming a new fraternity on campus was to radiate an aura of academic achievement within a fraternity, provide a worthwhile con- tribution to the college campus, and provide its members with an opportun- ity to have a clean, wholesome social life. The Fraternity was accepted as a member of the Inter-Fraternity Coun- cil in February, '1965. At the same meeting of the Council Jim Bailie, a charter member of the fraternity, was elected Vice-President of IFC, Among its members are the editors of the col- lege newspapers, The Merrimac, and the yearbook, The Driftwood. .I Bailie gives a sales pitch to pledges . S-1' A Our Queen, Miss Mary Ann Rothermel 0 W ff' " f M" lip lg . Q' ,Wg F , 5 i ' -Q.-a "' , x' lg V1 ' Q ' "" 5 ."'A, If.. 1.41 4 ' '-" ' 7 , ... , ,, '9' U 1 , 1, .-.N -- . P. sc:-mvven w weaves M. amen H. Cummins BA FERRGDH7. J BHHUE '74-fffr' af' Kffudl fzchefuer' Gram! fdancefbr Ihre- ST?ance.ib,- famhv-frallef Scribe 1 5 I 4 g .' 5 .9 w , f 1-,.f1-, .ww . ' F f 9 1 U ,Q I g .4 9 I 3 , , 4 v' 0' 0'0' 6' b'b'L? 9'6'K5' SS' Q' 'Q' Q' So s"15'q' vo. Q " A 1 A tx " 9 0' Q' 'QW 'Q'Q' V' 9'0' Q' wupv 'S 'Q " Q Q "1 H' ' Y 2- 5 1 ., .W.m . , I J PROP. J, KIDD PROF. R. STRPLETON Grandfage .fraud 1152-1-1T'.i '- g-552 Jllrffllnnmzlllllnnunllll Jgxfxxl UQ ix Q, 4-,2'K g G l n ?4:11f1Ifs1 n1:1L1fI1, 1711 gm In gg -3:-fs-g,S:y3s-'fggfwa v. xjqgwl 1: K 'V rqaaa gif' 23, ' 'S K Y xx ' 2 ' - ' 'J F' xv! 1 - lo 5 D- JOHNSON 11 MtLLEN c. KELLEY H. vwvre c. rmwaw 5'r'HdzL: J: ,5'ml!.'l Q 29P.':'o.1 gn I em 017.6022 genfon Da uyfn Our ygroffer How sad we are to have lost you, brother! With you have perished all the joys which your sweet friendship gave to our lives. In your death brother, you have destroyed all our comforts, and all our souls are buried with you. Since you have died we have abandoned all delights of our minds. Shall we speak with you again? Shall we never hear you talk again? Shall we never look on you again, oh brother dearer to us than life? But certainly we shall always love you. -Catullus 158 TAA, -Y , .,. , , -,,, - I fi? f "' 1 ' " is I fy 1 LMHOLT J PHILERXCK C: MC CQLLUN R CLEHN E5 F- DOLJELRS Zreasarrr LYH - .li"s.sL Jeni :U-fs. a af. r Jecrefaic Jirgecnf -af -Zinn ' 3 i ., 1 LS JSTHUFFER ..?JL'J5s.'," I ,U Q 9' S' ' 47 ml f' S' V 0 Y-I 1 ' X V ' N n X I V 4 A . n , - .1 1 -I . r- 1 5 9 . 5 n , . ' 'll W1u I,I'n .Ir QQII 11 i Vlmllxm K' S' 5. 5. 1' 5.xyo ' 1, gg- -g "S'vxs' IX Q' xy- gf--,-5, ... ,. ,. x. - ' A I Q i Q ,. ,. - M Sf. ,S7 s ' ' L" C Q Y 1 5 I Ze . . '21 Q 9' 9' . - - ' ', ' 1 , . ,J 1-E' fzruzaw Ln. I wsu: ' . u s' ,. f s' ,. Q- ' ' 1 ' - ' x 'S s x S N Q X s S 5 L TLT o 3 t I l A 1 ' ff- . N s- x ' l N, ' NX 3 -2 rr ' 215 5: ' 1 'I' 'V ' X ' 5 1- f ' - 1 5 f - L1 - X x. llag mmmx. ' 1 5 w.HHYNE5,JR M WRIGHT ' X N' " ' f' . . in Q . -Q Z gd 1 , ' -QI ., 4 ,Q S4 ""' N12- Q '- '51 ' B- SEKHRDI K. RUGG R. Gnoss cm oune J. Hannon ' -4... 4'-A R Q i .A-u" , 'J A - n f, f x . A .1 Q , ggi. ' -'fr 4 V K 4, K T' PUMPELLY T' BUSH 5- GI-R55 M. LRWRENCE R, Bugyqgg Jzuarm of .fmm 4 wr-mm 3 . 5 fs 3 1 dill I-'sail 'lla 994 I1 -. .K 'Web L , ffl Q, 23 Q- ..,,f .Iii . ar Q I 57" T V .ff , """F? ,, . A. sl .,,." K au zyma It Was A Hard Day's Night Camera Hogs Jail. GAHKJSZHQQS joy 70 013050125 -,J Tau Sigma Chi was the small- ad' est social fraternity on campus for this year. The size of the fraternity has nothing to do with the bigness of heart of the brothers as they showed at Christmas time. Christmas joy was spread to orphans who might not have had any Christ- mas at all had it not been for the party and gifts given by Tau Sig and their Santa Claus. l6O NWN M ' I 'V ' I Mag, , , , if rr 2 ' I I , . I -o X I ' ' I 1 'If' . I k I I I I . - -. 4 .- Iv .m-.,.....l , I, ....-.I ILCOTTINGHFIM BOOHNSON RFERGLJSON Q SMITH FGPICSUFKI' irendenl Lice -Afesfdfni J'e:rfIJQ-I S :af 3 ff x t 3' I l k. I .-, 109' y- I .'I lL.p'3II,II IV III. "II II'i IlII'." I Sv svx X, Q-S' ,.vs 'S s vs I-5 sf st N"x sfs s'v 1 X, fl f xxx A f If 91 sf 9. sf I 9 ' 9' ' . - 4' I ' I 1 I I I I I I N ' I I I I I 4 fy' v fx"-s S"Aw's' 'Hg' ,Q ,- xv 'w' sf Q' s' gf . I I ' ' I . I , I il .x S . RMRRSHHLL Ilagrslrale 3 ?4'?1' 'I a - Y -lf1'i.,.., - Z., .F 1A '- ' Q . . 3 If 5 ef -' 0 . Wen'-' -- flaw-I SMH 17 ' - 151 1 5" 'Q' Q' sv S ' xv 'v 50.16, ' I!'!5"s 1 iw! , As' LHLIBBHRD GBRRDSHHW 'A-Rz:Qx,x v 1 " xv", K.GHRRETT E BERNSTEIN LTLIRNER QLGRRBER T. WARRWGTON 6111060 If Jbvfilr .F tzlellan . 1- . -'K '5l"N:.1' d9"""S Party time, Frederick College Steve Cotrell presiding f z W Alpha Sigma Delta Fraternity Alpha Sigma Delta social fraternity was founded Sep- tember 14, 1961. The fra- ternity creates and main- tains a strong bond of brotherhood a m o n g its members both socially and academically. This select group of men has contri- buted much to campus life this year and will continue to do so in years to come. '77 M" ' , f., -ww" M N H cg Q 5 2 - ' " ' ' , F ' 1 ., W ' , . A r, -as - 9 , I n f-. Q 'e . ' In 1 " " N x -4 1 f Y ' ' 'J' . , , M q ' . x '3 J 1 ' ' , 'C I I f 3 ' 1 YMVNAVY iYYA -J L4--M A-Y Lum' l k V A . J.5TRTl-N5 C1.MC COURT 5 COTTRELL T. Q05-,EPM Mgmgg ,J 5HELL, Jergmul-al -frm: Carrgslparrdmg' Jrcmwly Pre.-nm-nf Ufce-,ffgsfarnf 5?fgpafumgJ':c1-dar! Grpgskppr ' 5 Nw fi . jx' . fn 1 ,g,-nl in idk Jlfahzf Y fgff ff sf , 3 -I X gf L: 4 mils, Q, 1 I '-3 ' -C .., 4 I . . . a.Hsu.ns A f a rnuame M.BuCHnNRNN fn? ,fdvxsar 2 2 .. V I 5 ' Z 1 ' I ' " 1, 'M' u go ' S fi ' -5 'r,MuRRH , , Y ', 4.2 1 5.GODw1N , F V P M ,gb . ' V' rf fn if, 'x " ' H' ' ' T 4 ' I' . - ,J-1 ' I 4 'Ni RBELIRMRN V D.BLRNKEN5u-up U51 -11? : . ' , ' X- K' .r I ' P' ' G 3 G ' ,K .3 V . N , f-1: 91522 4 D1 315151161111 " if ' - MWLHEL 1 . lv , 15 s vw s'SW s-. Q0 -X' ,.,, ,Q ,,,,,. ,,.,,. .,'vg'-in X -'v aoapev A. 'M G HRNEY A " ' . ' 5 'Z . N lg " 2 F -.N S ' Q A 4,- I , .XAI X , 43 V H QL '1 1 KX 'a .x 5, , A x ' , e. cuus wuoness T. oonnn T. new ' WBLHCKMHN E.FlDHlR MDORRKCOTT' B,5RNDFORQ Jfuana J'a71l11 .Q 10218511 x f ff ff? 1 '-is -'-f . . A felt A I M If . , ' 5 I 'I 1 ,I N' S , 3 SI' u l' .fzmi-ge. , t 4 Q '- ' - ' 7 , , x '51 1 fi' 1 gf -1 . 4 a Q? . Q 5, 2 , 2 H Si i . 5 .Q y . A -ra John makes f 5'5- V-nffix A W, K Magi . .sq :1::?s,,f,,Qv Christmas Party at Westhaven Boys' Home -,, "" I ,,.,.: ,i -Q ., 'QA 3 4 ' sp, if v '51 5 ww if wa 2 , 3 Q, 3 .Aff Q x if D is , ' x " , 2 Q, gg: ., ,,, 'Q ' 2 A ' 4 X R 1 z ? ' 'I Q M V . X Q g a ' N' Q s 1 xx-,fix csv fl .5 X Q wi SRX' ' v X ' I am , gs ' X . A 1'N1Ex?sa-T" fr' ' he .si 'B 'KS , My ' f fx l Lui N ' . . ' 2 .4 ,I 1 Z O cn f-I CII Z SWEETHEART e: 11-1:-f ::...v :-.3-'4 2 NNQA .. 8 . 4-gQjf'i"f ' A 35549. 1' ' ' ' , as ,I v-v Vyf .3 JY' Sxgma. Phi Alpha ln the swxm 164 P . .6 I 1. W V. 'I .P 'V " 1 e V 1 A -,Q 1 I 4 a ' 1 ' " 5' 1 , ' V- Z 1. wr , 'J":, 1. 5 Ae L, - L,.POTfER JGREGORY F.SRlTfON 7-HFWNNS WATHOMPSON Chaplcm d'ea-ring Prfagakm Qian -.f-I-enasnf Z-fu...-er - 1 f 5 f - f Q' S A N 4 'Q I ' - ' ' . . . . . m. 1 fl ,nm "l'El1IZi'lTll1J4I kai' 5. n vu s'SS' 3' s's s' Q s's' 's Q' sfxs' 'N' s. xx' 5'-g'gv ,-s'.' s'X" ..f ,. ., Q, ,- X N 1 ' ' 1' Q , ,av sv ' ' ga-" V ff 7 1 - V . if , -f Q, Q Q ' L 'F - 5 . 9 . ' ' . l 5 , x ' . Q ,I-1-c. 411- wi X mi Q can ,- A, N V v xv-x'., ..N-..-- XV x .-.. .,"l'- --- jg RMRRRELL N TMLQR ., rt 5 77 777 V. L, 'ft Q I . , 4 ,Egg V I-' S? ' .LMC HHLE vs... V4 QBFWTLE5 1 cis-if-I L c.P-awe L Q' fauwer , 1 ' .Y 1 - W- WWE w,wa.:raas , r-.1 ,f 21 -V . ,A AH , AE rf, ' . ., I lx' , I en, Q' . . my .1 ..N- , A--Q- lvsrgln xi V A R.F,t-IHRRELL K DUNCRN if ' V . 9 1, f ' v ef 8 3 1 y , ' i . I ' ' ' l ' E T '7 'Y I 1 ' 5 L 4 ' 9 ' El b Y filfivlll ll-.f.1., fL,1lf.1111-., rf. R BRSUNELLQ ,ua T. CHLTRGIRONE . N.. V-Qgjn., x 1. ., ,qw-, .I .fx . , J x 5 . , wi IQ , -V 5 ' Q s. al ? I A Y' Q x N f . 1 1 U 1-I1 Li 'fs - W " J -L BERNIER J. CROSS GEDWHRDS G u5Rw r, purmfm M RENNE ' R R CHP'-HN J Mensnow .mam 434' di-111111 .G umm, Q 5 - -Q., .55 v ,ax I 1 s. n x v 'El O ' x. X.. s fu I-N12-,f ef'-U .Q 'QW' ,L . W-'F Q35-e -1 . Qs K-iff-ASNE4 , .sm s.,-3'-., : ' ?'vfi,9 X? it Mwnw ish.: X N Uk ww .,1. rv., Ti! N, ,,,- - , fx.. .-N..-annie l Z KJ ii ull? 1'-4 1 rv. 1 If ,fbi I 1 f 5' wif' ,,.,,...-.mamsmnfnwv 5 Q ' I' 5-V B. WAHAB J.,Y....e . Yun, ' 7 3 WT """" gig, ,951 V T5 I K l . 5? 'O . Q sr . -9- 'T g h " 'Q 1 i 5 i ' - J Q s D c.mFF1N J, s'rsNcaL B FORFHANU :,.uM,l,. 'nn Fruraiwf PN,-an-6 U-rea' B SPENCE J HARCLIM snr, .A x vw- -1 .. N yi, gf ,. 4 A K SIPPLE J' fvfupm-. J.-.-U 1.-uf.. . x X,-Afqfi Aa 4 all 'Axdf X 0 Q Q br 5 1 Q 1, V! Ml l ".:. f '1 1 ' i " ' - 2 G-T. 1 .TL . 5 TILLING ' 3?. -4 5 11? ' a. JEAN -Vw v , A.LAw , J E.Hou4Es A 4. . -2' L55 ' f' . .3 ,, -351- vl 1 vw 1 X J. HENLEY 11119 J mhzfv YF af - cl 1 1 ,J fm-gf, gzip, . h an , PROF C-EPRGE STETSIQQ ' l 4 K SN -f ,1 , , Qpmfiiulsmila, x l1'Ql I1l.fl CPAULIS a -ka J -4: ' 'lid -F' B. WHEELER G CNILDRESS W HEAD Q BULMAN 167 5 , U QA .? 1 -If-dy S STIGALL 'Z Q9 NAFRSTEK we 1 'S I , , y ' sl "U 'X 1. , ., g 7 ,. 14 J EARTH JJ Y B PALACHO "' fr A D D BUNCH 9 A R GLADSTONE '2 1. j S' A.. A 9 nrosfsn li IGQQA Justice I'anson receives Alpha Phi Omega National Charter Pledge parties are fun F7 QW 5i9m0 . jllllfld pd C251 gud sw QWG NPS Q 4' I.F.C. poses E . E f 5 f E, K i , " fi 5 Tau Sigs clown around 168 There are Q wa wfffflff Ji Zeta Wine W P1 ugxlvlld GDR aww Moi 519510 0117696 1 561126515 7011 for a shot. Sororities too! Q It looks unanimous! FW" 'iff 1 , Q, A J Greeks read good literature! I Lambda Tau reception in Godwin Hall -5..:-514:-:,,' .J 1' ',. 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Moffett ll .J -Sy v ,4 A gi W3 4 Gail Gotherman Kathy Seaton 559914 QGOQFS x n f. ,,.A,,v . -me If ' ,qw ., ' w rf is , 4 , '.ffBElz-1'- , 5: 'yvf Thaw , ' ?,aii....i, G' 'fi' Q, N up ,-Q. .,,fgre,,g?Q, A . N 1. K I J., I- . 8 s . 'fi - : "' ' ff. 1 ci-47 f' X . ww f. 'S nf X ' ,z. ' Jw '1' , n, , naw, M 'C Q' , .L nw - Q. mf ' , .- . 'Wg-Qgx , 'a ., ' - 1, fav- ' . ,k -. swf:-1. n 1 ' ' -K P. . "fi 5' ' ,"', : . 5 ,'. gf, -,-W, ,-.-gs, V D. 1- Jr . -- Nu b Sf' vw- j , , ,-A .,....g,f 'Wi . ' W1 ' Q25-,, - A -Q3 1 " ' ' lu' ' ' ming ' 1 n 'A .fri-1 'if .-'Lf m 4:5 . 'cf Q? + ngtfn, , n' ff-A 4.-Q 1 1 gy A 1'-f -3. , ...rl Mina Moiett Diane Dickinson K O 1 O . 9 15123 1964 Football Schedule Indiana State 20 Frederick 14 . Presbyterian College 47 Frederick 17 Hampden-Sydney 40 Frederick 25 Emory Sz Henry 6 Frederick 25 6 Newberry 6 Frederick 27 Catawba 14 Frederick 17 a Lenoir-Rhyne 27 Frederick 3 .4 Salem 2 Frederick 0 Elon 48 Frederick 7 Southeastern Louisiana 26 Frederick 0 Q QM J W Q E F M .. W +- ara. ui 'I K' v w 37, ,I ,I ,- W X ,. X A 3 cigenetaig wialat BQMLWBBQ1 c L if Uifgiiigg N4 4 ,,tc 7, ' 1 ,, 99 c" ', 'ritesvf-feds' V Hx A5 U -' tif' 'T' 5, 'a r 1 'Q fi UiQ42eeeu44 1 U" Z-2-P 6' if f S X ,. : ,, 4 5 A, ,Q l:,3. - - -,fy 1.4, QW in .mg u m Q First Row-Cottingham, Bouchard, Crutchoff, Vivona, Har- relle, Harrell-Co-Captain, Seidel-Co-Captain, Head, Turn- er, Culpepper, Taylor, Smith. Second Row - Cross, Hall, Garrett Potter Matusiak Fer uson Pa , , ' , g , rker, Walters, Wil- kins, Hawkins, Woodard. Third Row-Coach Wetherington, Putnam off for a score. Hasner, Eaves, Wade, Schulz, Uzynski, Garber, Waggoner Edwards, Watkins, Bob Watkins, Tarkenton, Coach Lage Fourth Row - Coach Madigan, Smith - Manager, Britton Safrit, Spencer, Kozlowski, Lyons, Creasy, Woodard, Norby Johnson, Browder, Stiegman-Trainer, Kestner-Manager. The Many Sides of Athletic Director FRANK MADIGAN 0 o far You go your way, and I'll go mine! Encouraging the Co-captains, Randy Harrelle and Lance Seidel. Coach Frank Madigan was appointed Athletic Di- rector in the spring of 1963 after the death of Athletic Director, Bill MacDonald. This year marks Coach Madigan's twelfth year in coaching and his fourth year at Frederick. Madigan is a graduate of East Carolina College and the University of North Carolina where he received his B.A. and M.A, respectively. After college, he coached service football in the Far East and was voted "Coach of the Year" in 1955. Coach Madigan has worked hard in an effort to build the mighty "Lions" into a team of which the college can be proud. l7l Things are looking good now! 1959.14 ES' 769 GOGCAXQS Dick Lage Mickey Wetherington We X9RpdI?GyQf'.S' if I-E+ 2' E 1 Head Coach, Frank Madigan '72 Stiegman, Smith, Kestner '-Q - 5-:.. :V , 551 X , 13633 'H 'Q Crutchoff goes to the three. Jerry Cross makes a four-yard gain against Salem Steve Hasner slows Newberry halfback down, while the Lion's defense closes in. Riddick Harrelle breaks up Newberry pass. T73 Where did you come from ? fs' 1 ' '!":'! l l is V , Randy Harrelle Jim Cl'llf01'l0E Riddick Harrelle Skip Bouchard 11 if 'NY X! . Kenny Garrett E n"' M' 3 K 3 , . wg N K ' , ,V u ' 5' . L 5,31 n Wayne Head li F Il , Q,: Q X3 X E we gl , - LE, ax Phil Turner I 4 i ,fl ., in 1 ' V p -m.. L , X : E Q mf : L " If 1 " Q Jerry Cross i ! 4' Q -, ,:--if, - , ,,, .. 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' fp. , if T A g ,, V .,, -, 15,-rg.: . 'V V. ,kg 52,1 f,.. . .W Q ..:'1.,,q . ' -:l -My - I - . ' . -, ,. - -f ? .. b f- 4.,4.l:T A . ' " iiEg 1g?T-2 ' Q'- +-fffxfzff' -12-W - -wi -A s ' f " 5- . if .. .51 .. Ax, A .W w :UH . e l. Q I X' '. " x" 1Fr'x" 2:16 15 5-K... 1:-: Fred almost got the big six. gg N " 1-1015 --w, N' La as-N xx, -QT- ,Q if 1, Q, .,, ... , .. '7 . Q if Q fb A ' ' oily' +1 Qyl, . . 'A ff- ' 1:2 v , , . .. . f ' . '- . ' 1 rl L.e..A Jag, . 4 1. .fi-.'--A",-o3.'1r: . f' .K .5 :Zi . ,NG-111' 2 J-.. -I ' . " . . - ,- , ,. I.-'f w., Tb? ' ' Je A:-v. Randy Harrell runs for touchdown. "Britton throws a block, for once". 4 of va' .. G- , ,. b A -sf - Q , h fwks . , -J. C . V x s , 1 1 a XT:-f I ' ,573 ' . Sf V ff' XX ,. 5, ., .. U uh wt. '1 I I.-'ta ,. 4... Lf '-4-L "x .wb ALLA .1-- . I 'N Bob Wilkins closes in for the tackle. "Wait a minute, I lost my contacts". ' I Y' 'P' b i .Yan if -l I K In ' . F- u ,L .H , -:-,' , gfff A, -a 4 4 ,. for 4 4 , a -I . ' ...J n we' -- -W wx Ai? vc, q , . 1 1 v K-5 1 .FYR 5119 -Q ' 'E 1 v hi,-,. .y"+f:l-Blix If . . A W x ' W, ....,g.,,74-Z ' ' ' dw he 1Q,i.nk?2F'7'l'.'.-"'f',f fr ,,.. 'X , N f -f- f . x , -OKC. X .Y A X I l. 4,-Q., ' c f . - K .' 1 fi .QV V I 'QQ XJ fl 'ax :Eff : , ' 5 .. A ,,,. 'f ' X-' ' , X , . , ,ikf"i". A x Vg. ' i:f "" "' . ' AW , ff" m an-"lf, 4 ' . fff Whoa to Beanie! "Mama !" The big one that got away. "Head, go get me a coke". 177 1 J!! 7 Vw N The Epitome of the Mode of Travel for the Team, New Orleans or Bust". "You want to 'what', little boy!'?" 4.4- "I Remember the Time . . ." It was a long season, but what a way to end it-New Orleans l78 I F' In the season's opener against Indiana State fPennsyl- vaniaj, the Lion's coaches were elated by the performance of Teddy Putnam, who maneuvered his way for a seventy yard touchdown 1'un on the first play from scrimmage, but an over-powering Indiana State team ran up the score and defeated the Lions. The next two games were defeats for the Lions, but freshman, Jim Crutchoff showed great potential as quarterback against Hampden-Sydney and Presbyterian. Jerry Cross set a new record in the game with a ninety yard kickoff run, and Dennis Kozloski began showing promise when he caught a pass from Randy Harrelle for a seventy yard touchdown. Coach Richard Lage was put in charge of a new defense which halted the Emory-Henry offense. Phil Turner inter- cepted a pass that was good for a touchdown. The Lion's offense rolled up over three hundred yards in rushing as full- back Russell Hall and halfback Jerry Cross found their old form with quarterback Randy Harrelle calling one of his best games. In the Homecoming game, against Newberry College, Wayne Head brought the crowds to their feet as he scored a touchdown on a sixty yard punt return, This scoring held for three quarters until Frederick exploded for three touch- downs in the fourth quarter. The big game was Catawba's Homecoming. The Lions went into the game a decided under- dog against the Carolina Conference leaders. The outstanding moments in this game came in the last minute of the game when the defense made a goal line stand to save a sweet victory for the Lions. Against Salem, the offense could not get going and the Lions lost a heart-breaker in the closing minutes of the game. Against Lenoir-Rhyne the Lions lost to a strong offense. Purvis Edwards and Bill Wade were stand-outs in this game. Then came the much anticipated Elon game. Frederick had two drives which resulted in scores .f oofgczf 1112 Weozew but i't was not enough to win over the very powerful Christians. Kenny Garrett's punting seemed to be the only bright spot in this game. In the final game of the season a powerful Southeastern Louisiana team was held to twenty-six points by the Fred- erick defense. This trip seemed an eventful way for the seniors to end their football careers at Frederick. It was a long and hard season for the Lions, but of course there were many outstanding moments which this team will always remember. The season was eventful for many individuals. Phil Turner led the team with seven pass interceptionsg Jerry Cross set a kick-off return record of ninety yards, Fred Britton set a state and Frederick College record of the "most-passes-caught-in-one-season"g Randy Harrelle con- cluded the season with the record of most passing yardage in one year. Purvis Edwards, Bill Wade, and Bob Wilkins were all standouts on the line. Lance Seidel did an out- standing job at his linebacking post. Wayne Head scored his only touchdown in college in the Homecoming game, Joe Bernier started for the first time in the Hampden-Sydney game. Bobby Watkins, although hurt in the first game of the season, became the fourth member of the coaching staff. Kenny Garrett's punting came in handy during the touchy situations which the Frederick offense sometimes got them- selves in. Of course, you must pay special tribute to the man behind the scenes the managers-Artie Smith, Spike Kestner, and trainer Bill Steigman, who held the team together. Of course there are those who received awards for out- standing contributions and playing. Purvis Edwards was "Most Valuable Player" and received the annual Mac Donald Trophy along with being selected to be a member of the All-State Team. Fred Britton was also chosen All-State and Bob Wilkins as Honorable Mention All-State. ar.,- i C 759 6.5 2316125 fre omzlny QW? .. ' , ,F N ff A f 59544 ,,-XSL. ' ' Q -536 ' FZ. ' X- 1393.2-5' wr . sw. .Fx A, ,.,, .4 ., wtf- . i 1 '- ',,,,u- . "Wx A 'Y' , . nf. ': M . . ,M 'f.., '-.,, " f Q, :QL lf! , 1 ,I X, ,. , Q ' mg a M J ,'-Sims! 1 W -:gc -:wif ig, - S . K f .Mn ,. X, 4 4 4. -xx? 1? ? Tv' 1 ' 1 ' f ....,-W '. . .1 , ' .FLQZ tu ' I ,R x - ,Y If -1 Q 'i .WL . , ' f' -.i ' -M1-' . 5 H 251 4 0 X ry. ,I 'd , LZ: Nicholls State .............. - .....,.......,..........................,.............................. Frederick FREDERICK COLLEGE RESULTS 1964-1965 89 G 92 Southeastern La. State .......... ...... Pembroke ...................................... ...... S Wilmington ..... s ........ R. P. I. ..- ,........................ s. Alfred University ....... Slippery Rock State ......... Catawba ..... - ........................ Wilmington .................... N. C. Methodist ........ Pembroke ................................ - ......... ..... Wilmington ........ - ......................... ...... Elon .........,.... . ...................... - ....................... ..... R. P. I. .................................................... .... . Belmont Abbey .............................................. .................... 8 4 Q Belmont Abbey ..................... Z! Southeastern University Southeastern University G Won--12 Lost-9 fl Campbell .............. - ................... - .... ..... Campbell .................... - .......... - ....... ..... East Carolina ......... ............... .......... ......... - ..... 1 0 1 Frederick Frederick Frederick Frederick Frederick Frederick Frederick Frederick Frederick Frederick Frederick Frederick Frederick Frederick Frederick Frederick Frederick Frederick Frederick Frederick 103 77 67 97 106 96 86 76 82 93 75 77 96 78 94 56 96 78 72 72 97 Top Row-Shell, Coach Hodges, Sanford, Middle Row-Ellis-Manager, Hemphill, Hodges, Sterling, Flynn, Cottrell, Haney-Manager, Front Row-Murray, Johnson, Joseph, Elson, Edwards. Isl my Wany yzime J GOGC6 E906 260993 "It has got to come down sooner or later." Bernie fights for two big points. FREDERICK COLLEGE FINAL STATISTICS - 1964-1965 FGA FGM Percentage FTA FTM Percentage Total Pts. Average Hodges ........ ............ 3 27 151 43.2 133 101 75.2 403 19.0 Murray ........ ............ 3 21 144 44.8 86 67 77.9 355 16.8 Cottrell ..... ............ 2 73 112 40.6 99 62 62.6 286 13.6 Edwards ....... 154 66 43.3 46 32 69.1 164 7.8 Joseph ............. ...,... 1 67 65 40.6 45 24 53.3 154 7.3 Hemphill ....... 99 45 45.5 44 28 70.0 118 5.6 Flynn ........... ....... 1 15 47 40.9 31 20 64.5 114 5.4 Shell .............. ....... 9 6 32 33.3 60 38 63.3 102 5.0 Elson ................ ....... 3 6 18 50.0 6 3 50.0 39 3.8 Kozlowski - ..... 18 9 50.0 6 5 87.5 23 2.1 Johnson .......... ....... 1 0 3 30.0 6 5 25.0 11 1.0 Sterling .......... . 3 1 33.3 4 1 3 1.2 Sanford .......... ....... 1 0 1 10.0 2 .5 ...........1623 693 42.7 565 386 68.3 1774 84.4 Team Average 84.4 Opponents Average 77.4 186 H1 I I4 I e I S fifmlliin we I Q? ll . , 323006 N . 60 f 5 IA N-T 1 fflfi ' d '-' NQQQB Z LS, wwf? Q f 12? G G Z? FREDERICK COLLEGE FINAL RESULTS Freshman Team 1964-1965 Frederick- 45 W 8: M Frosh .................................. Frederick- 75 Bynum Finance ........ Frederick-107 Smith-Massey ........... , .................. Frederick-104 Smith-Massey ............................... Frederick- 70 College of The Albemarle . Frederick- 73 Fred. Military .............. - ............... Frederick- 85 Campbell Frosh ............................ Frederick- 72 Chowan ................ Frederick- 77 F. M. A. ............... . Frederick- 71 W Sz M Frosh ......... Frederick- 70 Chowan ..... , ....................................... Frederick- 77 Campbell Frosh ........ , .................. Frederick- 89 College of The Albemarle . Frederick- 67 Bynum Finance ............................ Frederick- 51 Newport News Apprentice Frederick- 97 College of The Albermarle Won-10 Lost-5 I I I I I I . I Left to Right-Brockwell, Green, Temple, Sanford, Sterling, Bernstein, Kozlowski, Johnson, Mehosky, Back-Lewter-Manager and Coach Jerry Gavin. IBB 'UC il- Jerry Gavin "To be or not to be, two points." W2 ' v 23 , 0 . ' , 1- Kozlowski, d0n't just Stand they-ey help meg' A long reach helps Sterling make that rebound 159 C' Q Sprints Javelin First Row-Haney, Smith, Dadiana, Cross, Begor, Metcalf, Steigman. Second Row- Potter, Gurriuri, Sanford, Bryant, Hall Wade. Third Row-John Meroney, Coach. V r4f'v.'-S . ' Jfgf' 4' Sl ' v u I J , - ., - x-, .V 1' A.. . - . rg. 'S , 41. ,--, . . Q ,- .l N .. . -f- gy-.V VSA, 1 V! ,L At, Lx, A .:i:..i. .lf .,,, ' X. Q A . ., V ,- it .3 .. -1. , fr' .--4-fy Q . . xi?-, !fa Ra39l Q S .-4-M.-.. ,: -4 W . -.M iw ' , -Q - - -.A ,, -N. . . - -3' . vw 'J' 4-Y Pole Vault Shot Put l9O ff i -,. Q , 'I Q 1 " . ,. fa. X ' np., 1'-fi f--fe: ,Q M, X, . . A.: J, 3 Q' .ww " I I . "1-fr: .3854 - -f.l,b2iwfl?2QIIf -i 'ff M, X W . . 'iff 1 s- . ,. 'A' w.:.Q- ,K 3 .. . 5 ?" ,, Discus Q S Just one more. f75e G P f M. 'W 10 .idx gi- 'Judie 9 :ia 29 G 1' V I2 WAEE S POEIISFER 4 ilk wqxui ink-5 X . X P X , K f M pfps J S X ug-"9 'ffi 5" I i Fred tries again. if 19X "Man, that was close!" Leon is Hying high again. L I U O "When Mr. Stauffer says jump, you jump." f . w I ,' . ' l WT' y i , 'Lia 'k ' K 1 ,W ' x dh f' i. fr ' 3rd row-Ferradaz, Culpepper, Knott, Norstrom, Stencil, Holland, Coach Stauffer. 2nd row-Buber, Lacerte, May, Scanlan, Walton, Daley, Ward, lst row-Duerr, Harrell, Rhodes, Leibman, Kitchen, Funk, Goodwin. "Now boys, you know that you don't have to be so rough with the girls in practice." I lx.- 192 "This will teach you to stay away from any man "My mother always told me to never take on more than I could handle." ix: "Why are you always picking on me ?" Mr. Stauffer demonstrates a difficult throw to one of his students. "Boy, I'm glad I'm not out there! Practice makes perfect. Can you figure this situation out? Frederick College has become unique in many ways, but the thing which has really made us unique is that We are probably one of the few col- leges with a judo team. Under the coaching of Mr. John Stauffer, the judo team was begun in 1963. The team progressed so well that it was continued this year. The team meets for practice every Monday and Wednesday, and it consists of both men and women who have shown a great interest in judo. Mr. Stauffer, who learned his judo in Tokyo, Japan, under the tutorship of a private civilian in- structor, has achieved a black belt rating in judo and has won many medals in this sport. We feel that through teaching judo on his own time, Mr. Stauifer has been of great assistance to the school, athletic department, and to the students of Frederick. This year, the team participated in the State AAU Judo Meet, returning to the college with five medals, three gold and two silver medals, Mr. Stauffer says that if the team keeps progressing as rapidly as it has in the past two years, the judo program will expand a great deal in the future. Q ---ffl' 5' 6,55 I . Q 1 'Wm ,awaken ,..- xg. H , I L' N ,V s 1' if fi! Q , -, A L- . ' M ' K. F 55-.f5,N., s N.. ,Lg '- A-. Q .1 . snug td V A ,,5d.q,Qfg -.'.. B -v 'f ...X if I :MJF 'rf f 27: XX!! ,J J , ,- sq ' Y Herb Cummins, Manager Coach Mickey Wethering't0H He's ln! Watching It Break ' 1 ,... , M Q, Q s. . -nn. W, 4 KT Rugg Gets His Man 194 It Looks Close for Edwards Bobby Gross 5, ,N .nv 1 ,. ,.5gl?,1,-.I-:Lf ,f ,Wu . ,ff--is '- 9 ' ff 'i :Q Q 5-" 44: Q , HG i IW i h- i W- - 7 . 537' M' , 2, ' fs j 1 u- 6' K - V 1 w, ,xr gl , F ,Q A tflff 4 ' J. A '-' Q : h . f . V : N, ..- -- ' Q 4 '-. Tex Murray JY rv W-Q -54,4 .r Q A , jgtz I 5? lc' 131114. 4 ' df , I :, ' -Q mg, 4 A. ,kt , 1, Q, ", f, i ' ' ,. ff--fi 'F'-.. ' 1' , - 1 ' H A- , ' if .J '-Ns ' Ld ,Q .,ni:'4,i."' l -0 - xg .S 'w'1!"",5 2' - - :sq 1 . 'lxyxn , 5 5 Q ,r,7.6?'- Y Q Q 4 A," -- fr . . we ,QT Ll: ' Otis Deaver fi 161'-yy' ,rt W v 5 J nor' 'Vw r' 1 ai , . Q "fr ,, t yy' 1- V. 3 ul ' A Q 1. I I " s -.lg X 1 1 5 . " In x 'f 'XX Imxl ,Q 5 ' - ..ig, ! :'J:. I .' , ' I fr iq C , X, , ,A'.2"l" " ' 2 ' 4' - , 4 ax f' X, Q: , Q 1 x ,Q f ' "' N C. 'L XP Z I 3'3" Q 14'-' . - - - 1. . Y "v Q i ' 1w,'::' ' Aj N'-GYM Q "fb . '. s-'Sl ' 1 4 if 75' Q ' ' EJ 'W . ,fa.g3,g:,T 4 44,0 35-54 - ,,.... 4 . , 1- qw L o,g..e K- , ,Z ,b "LW X D Y J., " "IW, '5 . ' 1 '-J' . . . '. '. 'f -' w ' Y 15.4 if , 1 f 0- I V "fa ,Ie . fx' f . V-,A V: , ga.. , . "R: '. . " I , "1 ' - A . "gi f 4 1 .5, ggy fl! VU" ,-4 Q ' ' ,' , f. A Bonnie Stevenson Bobby Ellis :fy Li, J. . . H ., ' 1 ' Q., 'T' . V, , 1 ,F - .. I ' W ' . l A, qw, E, 3 1. ff- 4 JL :Q 'wif' i .Ji ' 11 ' .. -,ve rv -,.,: n' 11 . : : ti .,.:'6'4 2" ' - ' -Q :nf "gi -"'X,"A ka,-z" -. I9-2' ' Q 'JI' .,5. - of-L fiflfi. . if- 5,4- H . vit- .J I - 4,3-..m , - - " - .L I !: t '34 qs! ' 1 "A Q .L Y 4 -V -, I. 'V 4 f. ' X 1 4 -'O""m 1 fw - ' .-' -lu -'E . ini-1 fa- V' 1 - KJ' , "N Q ' ' . I 5 -, 1 li TT- ' '7, f i -1? :- Q ' V if .M .,.'. , r .X I 1-j gri-f' 1- fl?" K 3. rw? 'K 07.752 ,- ' , . .' , 'N L-' . " ' Y - -gn O V f ' ,ri , .av ,Q 1 1' , 'H ,, -. .- , w' 1, 3 5' A " f 'Q .F -' ls :Yr 4.7 9 V-tiwaie i n -. ' 1 i its I 4 f K 5,3 1-' 5 ,. A 'V' ns V . , , i'-FE - A " -.-, I' 1 f -x ,, ' ', ' -9 Vg- in W' W, I V 5 4 ff 'wg .1 -5 ' fx i . .. - ,f -',, I- -A 6 , 1 .,., ,.g.. if . ' Q' A b ifv Ak, '43, 3? r' ' "' .' V ' " w 'r-gf! C ' x Xl ii 1 7144! , , x 5 . e N .f . '- 1 ' XS", 'if' . ,454 i I Q 1. 1 . Y ,, I . 1 U y f f 'tsl R. 1101 Kenny Edwards ? -B 1 Q-W-an... Chuck Paulis 'Q ' 4 Q ,.4. QJ FHSV, 'Q J 1 ff p.. 'K AQ- 151224 J, '3 ':.f':::?f- ogg -A 'N - .ny - v Y 1 , .V ,fig AV., g 3 I T, .Vfn, W ...cl "' . rl J 4,9 'r .A-,'. .'- ,,- L , A . 'f ' 1 .. ' r- 'A '4 4 7', g-N , vi o .. ec . m Kr' NJ ' 6 4 ' 44 .1 ' td! 1 rf 1 il 'sq A 4 -ight x Y . ' A ,' .V v -,' Y x s ai , p . . - A A X! Ll :BJ r, N ' .FV Earl Worthington '95 Kenny Rugg '4 ll Tommy Staples ennzls The 1965 spring semester is the first semester for tennis here at Frederick College. Practice began in the fall of 1964 with intra-squad matches. The squad played each other in matches so that the ranking could be determined for positions on the team. At the start of spring practice Phil Bartles and Chris Rola were at the top in the ranking with other team members pressing hard for the top positions. Although the schedule is not complete, East Caro- lina College and the University of Richmond are now scheduled. Professor Patterson feels that as the season goes on more teams will be scheduled for matches. The tennis team is composed of students who are interested in tennis and who have the ability to play competitive tennis. Frederick College can look forward to many winning seasons from the tennis team. So far, the tennis team is undefeated. Professor Fred Patterson R Top Row-Cogdell, Green, Carter, Schmalhoter, Rola, Coach Patterson. Bottom Row- Ellis, Kinlaw, Parsons, Battles, Hogg. .5 qv fv- D' f-. Z1 PF' rv- IT W rv- v-4 O C1 UQ D' rr rv' O UQ CD rr 1 Q- O P+: rv- ET UI U' fi U' FD Ph O "1 FD '1 3 E :T P- gnfram ur 3 LAKD gon Watson can't figure out whether to catch the ball or the oy. i., T ' 4 Q 1 -yet-- ' ev- FST?-'Y ' 1 .' of A I 5 H J aw s-f. W y fi, ' T, "2f'-:"M-""-31?.zi2" ,, ,gz,+:Sf? , 525: v- . . r .aifwliiifs 'wffgi - A ,. 'l ' fy - " ft' i .gI'ef'gfw'fv ' ,-,Ig -ur ,Q 'W' :Hoa .. . N, - .shi-'fy .wg 1-XQJ5 ,.g,-33.34F Tw -:gif-?35:"' N - .4 .4-wx'-Q-Qi-,-jf--,.'-' - 5 3957-.MQ ,.f4,a5-4'j-:swf u bQj-:5Tu:g-5-- ,gf ii.,-1r. .. 1 A W N - o - -it eff. fi-4 , A - .wx f Ni it ,.:'a,.x..x:wMu'M M1 ml z lynx,-r ,. . ' .. as-iz: i 4.-fl ix K 'H' A -'N!'if' 33 ft- M5-elgy ,Ag:iv,,Zx,:.4.3,,.:?v, N, Q., Pu, A, - . ...un "Twist and shout." That quarterback must think that Earl "The guy who named this game touch IS Frank Budd. football must have been out of his mind." ' ,, goofgaf ampfons Closing in for the tackle. Bain Hall 197 gnfram ur . l 415' ' w iw? ' B goofgaf 1552 513 b W, LH ' A as 1 Buck Lawrence makes another important stop. "I'1l get the tackle, you get the halfback." 1 Y' Somebody did.n't run the right pass pattern. You think that Bob Sanford would wait for 'the ball to catch up with him before trying to catch it. 198 912457160 ey "Ruff and Ready." ..'s "Bully," 'wa "Is my slip really showing? 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Ks .OK-. fi uk, - U", . f - 'S Ufvtl- " t 'Nan lrsq' ' an , o'.f, I N" W ,l nw 5 ' w. I 1 WQQ 37109 X 1 4 'Filing ,Q i 'TV 11121614 CQ55 ELL 3. YIIJ 49 as ', Q 33 N 'Ts QF 3 L.-R.: Bert Ferradaz, treasurerg Marcia Peele, secretaryg Garlon Haney, vice-pres.g Gordon McCourt, president. f . ' if ,... I ' "'AV 4 fa ,nvndriih iw KW? wx :J . N G x s my ,J 'L p X 1311 "' Mi x Q o 5 - ,Wy V 4- .fb gi W ' ' im X ' K 6.'oII "r ,wbcrxck W3 Q z-1' ' 4 In J Brewer Moore, Portsmouth Planning Duectoi Speaks to State and Local Government Class iPhoto by McClennyJ Jack Battenfield Triangle, Va. Judy Bloodgood Hampton, Va. Donald Brault Portsmouth, Va. Gary Brinkley Chesapeake, Va. Wallace R. Bulman Norfolk, Va. Jett Colonna Norfolk, Va. John Cottingham Laurinburg, N. C. Herbert Cummins Annandale, Va. William Daley Virginia Beach, Va Christine Susie Daw is Norfolk, Va. William Dean Portsmouth, Va. Emily Diggs Matthews, Va. .ln . .unqu- Dba.. John Dobbins Hobson, Va. Edward Doran Alexandria, Va. Medric Dorricot Norfolk, Va. Vicki Dudley Virginia Beach, Va Michael Eason Portsmouth, Va. Purvis Edwards Rocky Mount, N. C Jim Ellis Chesapeake, Va. Hope Faulkenberry Portsmouth, Va. Brenda Ferree Hampton, Va. Phyllis Finch Newport News, Va Russel Flammia Glenn Allen, Va. Brenda Fulkerson Freemont, N. C. Miss Etheridge Is Experimenting Again! Bernard Flynn Wilmington, N. C. Ned Garber Arlington, Va. The Classrooms Late at Night James Gatling Suffolk, Va. Sandra Gillis Norfolk, Va. Curtis Sammy Godwin Suffolk, Va. Barbara Grabau Caldwell, N. J. Lloyd Grant Virginia Beach, Va. Henry Green Alexandria, Va. Marty Green Alexandria, Va. Janice Hammond Portsmouth, Va. Garlon Haney Annandale, Va. Ted Hatzfield Berlin, Germany Tom Hawkins Suffolk, Va, Jack Holland Portsmouth, Va. ,nv 'Wi' Eddie Hubbard Dewbigh, Va. Frank Izenour Washington, D. C Archie Johnson Norfolk, Va. Bernard Johnson Vienna, Va. William Johnson Chesapeake, Va. Meredith Jones Urbana, Va. Robert Kash Alexandria, Va. Bill Kellon Portsmouth, Va. Charles Kelley Hampton, Va. John Kepler Maplewood, N. J James Kinlaw Hampton, Va. Gerald Lacerte Chesapeake, Va. Conover Watches Budding Scientists Just Dwight Maxey Portsmouth, Va. Greene McCollum Newport News, Va. Gary Merrill Chesapeake, Va. Robert Mertig Eclipse, Va. Thomas Millen Mobjack, Va. Don Miner Portsmouth, Va. Robert Moyers Portsmouth, Va. Diane Murray Norfolk, Va. Herman Paschall Virginia Beach, Va. Kermit Paschall Virginia Beach, Va. Chuck Paulis Virginia Beach, Va. Marcia Peele Portsmouth, Va. Nallory Lau rence Suffolk, Va. William Maddrey Virginia Beach, Va. 2 l a K -06 Q l ?,..-nen4- Jerry Shell Haddon Hts., N. J. Darrell Shepherd Norfolk, Va. .N -Sa 3:- AQ Q ,mu-Q. " QEX. STB' ' Gloria Phelps Portsmouth, Va. George Pohle Maplewood, N. J. Leon Potter New Bern, N. C. Teddy Putnam Henderson, N. C. Barbara Overman Suffolk, Va. Pi Judy Overman Suffolk, Va. C7 Mary Ellen Rhodes Norfolk, Va. John Saddler Mathew, Va. Woodrow Safrit Portsmouth, Va. Henry Sawyer Portsmouth, Va. Peter Edward Schryver Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Eddie Seal Richmond, Va. A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words we Neg: 6 .Qi ...E Q 5 fit:-of ,je YK -vw- Ydr ' 541 l, xl . M1 5:35 lille: S A Typical Student from Patten Eleanor Sinkavich Pittsburgh, Pa. Diane W'ilson lNo1folk, Ya. Peter Shusterman New York, N. Y. 103 1 , . ,KAL l 9'-Q Arthur Smith Long Island, N. Y. Thomas Somma South Orange, N. J. Robyn Stanek Virginia Beach. Va. John Taylor Suitland, Md. Charles Thomas Kinston, N. C. Bill Verniel Hampton, Va. Mike Verniel Hampton, Va. Warren Wheeler Portsmouth, Va. William F. White III Fairfax, Va. Tommy Warrington Suffolk, Va. Howard W'hitehurst Norfolk, Va. Peter Wiggins Chesapeake, Va. HB ww . c 1 . Q if FJ X wi 'a v i p ?-33' 'l I. ,ii L- 1 I fn 7 'fr' .,.., Q.-. 'ab sr.- 207 'Y"'Vl C5 Q05 01220149 CASS L.-R.: Henry Billups, treas.g Dixie Stevenson, sec.g Jack Flannigan, vice-president and Bert Marshall, president. Marilyn Adams Falls Church, Va New Research Angles are Found Daily. George Allison Portsmouth, Va. Bill Baker Urbanna, Va. Richard Barth Maplewood, N. J. Phil Bartles Suffolk, Va. Al Bastinelli Portsmouth, Va. Sandra Bazemore Chesapeake, Va. Paul Bernstein Woodbridge, N. J. Henry Billups Norfolk, Va. Jackie Bishop Chesapeake, Va. Danny Blankenship Emporia, Va. Warren Blow Portsmouth, Va. Ronnie Brecher Newport News, Va. S Richard Adams Portsmouth Va '.L. i , nl.. i 1- ffm is 2. 5 'X i t rw X il t ,A - Q2 :J- '- .,,- X . ., Wm' ' T S5 ,,., i Q: 1 . 1, " r 9 :- '5-gy - W 421 .aw -ii K. ,:f . . q , I fs. C ,, L M it , 'L ll '. Q""'1r ,. Q f :UQ rw Donald Collins Washington, D. C. Ronald Collins Washington, D. C, Q,,. -4, John Brittle Wakefield, Va. -we , V ' Cherry Brock it Portsmouth, Va. James Brown ff' 3 Timonium, Md. Frank Bryant Portsmouth, Va. Donald Burrell Newport News, Va. ,mt Thomas Caltagirone . . Pat Castellanos Portsmouth, Va. Ernestine Cartwright Portsmouth, Va. l Reading, Pa. SM. .pf Mary Jo Chamberlin Annandale, Va. Richard Cleaves Portsmouth, Va. Bill Cline Lynchburg, Va. Al Colby Virginia Beach, Va. SGA President Morgan Must Be Carrying Out a Strategy Meeting ,BQ I . ... Hug... . 4 I A an-rv'-K A ' Qs 4 N , . Ca ,a. V-.r-L. A9 ,, .. 'sig Lge, M., 'vw 4 "" McElmore Entertains Frederick Researchers. Richard Cornish Fairfax, Va. Charles F. Crone Norfolk, Va. Nancy Counts Portsmouth, Va. Jim Cruthoff Portsmouth, Va. Herbert Culpepper Virginia Beach, Va. John Dadiani Arlington, Va. Bill Del Purgatoria New York, N. Y. Karl Dennis Portsmouth, Va. Tommy Dew Richmond, Va. John Dixon Portsmouth, Va. Mary Ann Doremus Keller, Va. Macie Ward Norfolk, Va. Richard Com erford Fairfax, Va. Madeline Condino Inwood, Y. o 9 Q, , S.. "'3Z.'3' ,ws Jerry Doughty Willis Wharf, Va. Pat Dryden Keller, Va. Evan Dubin Springfield, Va. Ray Eason Chesapeake, Va. Eddie Eaves Portsmouth, Va. Grey Edwards Hampton, Va. Mary Ellen Etheridge Virginia Beach, Va Jeff Elson Newark, N. J. Norberto Ferradaz Portsmouth, Va. Robert Fines Williamsburg, Va. Jack Flannagan Exmore, Va. James Flanagan Columbia, Va. Flash-Newspaper Editor Teaches Basketball and Love ' Neil Flynn Paulsboro, N. J. Richard Flythe Portsmouth, Va. ,sz U Li' ' "' .V John Folgelgren Arlington, Va. Lois Forsberg New York, N. Y. Welcome Break at Lion's Liar between Classes. Raymond Foster Newsport News, Va. Robert Foster Newsport News, Va Lynne Freeman Norfolk, Va. Danny Gardner Norfolk, Va. Joan Garrett Portsmouth, Va. Greg Gladden Wachapreague, Va. Robert Gladstone Norfolk, Va. Albert Glass Dinwiddie, Va. Victor Goodiel McLean, Va. Jo Anne Goodwin Virginia Beach, Va. James Gregory Miami, Fla. Marion Grigg Suffolk, Va. ..- 'D vnu-Q, Y-IV fi Gul 'vafzr 1 3: Af' A s -r 7 hs, 1 H, E I .Q- 'Z 'ii Beverley Guffey Norfolk, Va. Jimmy Harcum Norfolk, Va. Stuart Harlow Baltimore, Md. Riddick Harrell Suffolk, Va. Ralph Harrison Georgetown, Del. Steve Hasner Brooklyn, N. Y. Richard Headley King George, Va. Douglas Hemmings Chesapeake, Va. Valerie Hill Portsmouth, Va. Neil Hodges Scotland Neck, Va Betty Holsinger Portsmouth, Va. William Holt Alexandria, Va. Term paper or Yearbook Deadline? Willard Hudgins Grimestead, Va. ' Dave Humphreys Arlington, Va. M 'T A '- A353 , 12.4 mama, , l Diana Kreger Cranford, N. J. Alan Law Alexandria, Va. David Liebman Norfolk, Va. Ken Lipscomb Newsport News, Va. Jimmy Lowe Franklin, Va. Carol Mancuso Bethpage, N, Y. Charlotte Markham Vienna, Va. Jerry Marsh Bloomfield, N. J. Bert Marshall Windsor, Va. John Marshall Suffolk, Va. Jim Martin Fort Washington, Pa. Peter Martin Yorktown, Va. Boom! Annie Kitchen Virginia Beach, Virginia Joyce Koelsch Nutley, N. J. 55. Q-Q . g? 'ii-TIP 'WD 215 Q Q 1' 'z ir., 'Qi' ,f,-ed:-5 Y. 'fi'- , 4 'V .-, Q l K 4 . . f .: , , yt K 'M91 ' fi 4--fs. NV' Nick Matthews Newport News, Va Linda Maxey Portsmouth, Va. J. T. McHale Arlington, Va. Lee Mershon Bena, Va. Stephen Metcalfe Alexandria, Va. Phyllis Miller Portsmouth, Va. Eddie Mitchell Portsmouth, Va. Randy Morris Key West, Florida Pat Nelson Portsmouth, Va. Roger Nitto Elberon, N. J. Pat Nuttycombe Charlottesville, Va. Vertrude 0'C0nnor Portsmouth, Va. ah ww- 'nuff' Oliver Osborne Chesapeake, Va. Louis Parker Hopewell, Va. Ladies and Gentlemen: Germany Will Be Our Fifty-First State By 1970' Prof. Rola Gives Student Assistant Romero a Lesson. Kathie Rairdon Somerville, N. J. Michael Renner South Orange, N. J Joe Salta Lanham, Md. Art Sanborn Vienna, Va. Robert Sanford Cary, N. C. .Ieryl Seaman Hampton, Va. Eric Seidel Richmond, Va. Carol Skunberg Portsmouth, Va. Leslie Smith Portsmouth, Va. Charles Henry Smith Portsmouth, Va. Spencer Smith Newport News, Va. Mike Standing Virginia Beach, Va. Carolyn Patterson Waynesboro, Va. William Principe Brockton, Mass. . fff ifiif .' 4 -...i-ws? ., ' if 'S Vs 4 Av ig.- sr V--v 5 F ,ara--Q. 'Q-.-.ff 4 CN Q-..,v .41 im-on ii' - Ye-Q' Gene Usry Richmond, Va. James Vaughan Chesapeake, Va. Q 2l8 --45 vi? eg i.. V N. Nancy Stanford Gloucester, Va. Stuart Stegall Robersonville, N. C. Dixie Stevenson Midlothian, Va. Dennis Strickland Portsmouth, Va. James Sykes Norfolk, Va. Robert Taylor Suitland, Md. Charles Thompson Kinston, N. C. Tom Thurston Jacksonville, N. C. Peggy Tierney Richmond, Va. Bill Tribble Richmond, Va.. Harry Truslow Waynesboro, Va. Cecil Turner Kinston, N. C. Hubert Wendell White Portsmouth, Va. Ronald White Fairfax, Va. Mary Jo Wimsatt McLean, Va. Robert Willoughby Conway, N. C. Thomas Winfree Bon Air, Va. Fred Woodard : Portsmouth, Va. Arthur Youmans Vienna, Va. gs. Donald Watson Norfolk, Va. Frederick's First Exchange Student, Hermann Linneweber Language Lab. i V l 'I,"S I 45 Y I vs of Germany, Operates f-4 J JFQS man ass L.-R.: Jim Matuyiak, Evelyn Joyner, Don Draughn and Karl Nordsfrom, president. .IN . ,-4' Q W-Ns :XM - W"--.. Freshmen start to arrive on campus. 770 Prof. Vintson's Literature Class Ali Abed Norfolk, Va. Robert Adams Alexandria, Va. K VY. 9' 1r-- Allen Alberti Portsmouth, Va. Carolyn Allen Portsmouth, Va. Mike Allen Franklin, Va. Mary Ann Alston Chesapeake, Va. John Amon Falls Church, Va. Barry Anderson Staten Island, N. Y. Richard Aqiula Woodbridge, N. J. Lee Armistead Portsmouth, Va. Sandy Armstrong Falls Church, Va. Helen Ashton McLean, Va. Laura Askew Portsmouth, Va. Tom Baber Vienna, Va. 1 ...L 'mi- T19 IQ .- I 'rv ivan- .:4""' .- ,qy-vo:-. Pr X2 if ,X 491 Carl Bond Portland, Va Phillip Booth Seaford, Del. vwuv-f gg Steve Bailey Wilmington, Deleware Tommy Ballentine Portsmouth, Virginia Barbara Bass Richmond, Virginia Robert Behling Crewe, Virginia James Bennett Apex, N. C. Michael Berry Winchester, Va. Dick Best Herndon, Va. Hank Beuke Hampton, Va. Randall Blackburn New York, N. Y. Judy Blankenship Chesapeake, Va. Vince Blasco Falls Church, Va. Bruce Blatz Falls Church, Va. That Must Be A New Type Film She Is Developing fx -fr, -I -Vs. -E F' ' Q"'ff-ff" the x -sf Ste-we Borlch xx' Snow Make Campus A Winter Wonderland Elizabeth Borum Norfolk, Va. Skip Bouchard Arlington, Va. Rick Bowers Claremont, Va. Brian Boyle South Orange, N. Sharon Bray Remlik, Va. James Brittle Wakefield, Va. Bucky Brockwell Suffolk, Va. Edward Browder Dandston, Va. Clifford Brown Alexandria, Va. Doris Brown Hampton, Va. Tom Bryan Seaford, Del. Michael Buchko Falls Church, Va all 'AP' '95 ... .. , ,1gj1,l.:'w- .I lv . I 'I' M: . -I V U' xi C , 'LAW at ,x...,,... Andy Compagnola Haddonfield N. J. Richard Copeland Chuckatuck, Va. Q air ' .3 .K . A ..-- v 3, 3, , .. Y Y' fmt 'SSS if Betty Buohl Pennsauken, N. J Sue Burgess Portsmouth, Va. Larry Burstyn Springfield, Va. Tommy Campbell Norfolk, Va. William Carlton Vienna, Va. Byron Carmean Blakes, Va. Ralph Carper Norfolk, Va. Gerald Carr Suffolk, Va. Robert Carter Norfolk, Va. Chuck Cloniger Arlington, Va. Mike Cogdell New Bern, N. C. Lana Collins Bridgewater, Del 224 Dr. Jekyl . . I Presume! Its a Foo Bird 1MaybeJ! Frederick Is Noted for Its Many Species of Foo Birds. flt Could Be The Prowlerll Evelyn Cruz Woodbridge, Va. .Ionelle Daley Norfolk, Va. Macon Davenport Richmond, Va. Christine Davis Norfolk, Va. Robert Davis Blackstone, Va. Louie De Camps Alexandria, Va. Sharon Dewey Annandale, Va. Margaret Diane Dickinson Portsmouth, Va. Tom Dolan Springfield, Va. John Dooms Waynesboro, Va. V Pat Dunbar Norfolk, Va. Thomas Dunford Virginia Beach, Va. David Cox Dover, Del. Douglas Creasey Lynchburg, Va. VT' 0,2153 f""h 225 3 4 if 'U N 'QA F' 'Tl 'Sw lf Sharon Eastey Chesapeake, Va. Walter Edenton Virginia Beach, Va. Doulas Edwards Takoma Park, Md. Pat Elkey Alexandria, Va. Richard Evans Arlington, Va. Fred Eversole Norfolk, Va. Edward Fellona Haddon Heights, N. J Irene Ferradaz Portsmouth, Virginia William Fetty Woodsbury, N. J. Bill Fick North Cape May, N Wanda Fields Spring Grove, Va. Earl Flinchum Alexandria, Virginia Looks like the South Has Risen at Frederick. Gene Folllard Urbana, Va. John Ford Portsmouth, Va. 226 t V b.. 434 I -1' ,-.H -"V: 4 1 "Lv" , sf- A 'K' f?5f'i'f- . PM hw +33 is v X :Arrays Q, fa, -r ' f "H Tix ' 'ink i if A f 0 H X, f 1 ,,, , ,, va , . i . ,V 'Q -55 Q F. f f 'tif 'L , . P3 ki f s 1 ' I , ,Ni , , ,N on f 1 ,A if' ., XY- . " Como esta usted? Darwin Hall Millsboro, Del. Gene Harmon Newport News, Va Mary N. Harol Virginia Beach, Va. -' Claude Harrison Newport News, Va Ross Hearn Seaford, Del. Larry Heischober Portsmouth, Va. Edmund Hickey 4-an Seaford, Del. 'sry Louise Hill Virginia Beach, Va. Lloyd Hobbs Portsmouth, Va. Patricia Hoffman McLean, Va. Fenton Hord --v Richmond, Va. Rusty Howell Virginia Beach, Va Bobby Greene Montross, Va. Ronald Gutierrez Garden City, N. J 5- Sr?" aw. f"' gf A945 '27 fm-A 11.4, 'Eff C? YY -u -4 . James King Cranford, N. J. HC! 1. A we ,f 5 if 'sf YJ' , xv is Evelyn Joyner Carrollton, Va. Louis Justis Parksley, Va. Richard Kantor East Orange, N. Jimmy Kay Portsmouth, Va. Donald Kean Cape Charles, Va Allen Keeter Portsmouth, Va. John Keeter Portsmouth, Va. Rebecca Keith Norfolk, Va. Jeanne Kelley Portsmouth, Va. Constance Kelley Falls Church, Va. Barbara Kesler Portsmouth, Va. Cami Kilgore McLean, Va. Roast Beef Again? J Arlene Kitchen Vienna, Va. Madonna and Rose lor Existentialist Angell! Sheridan Funk Alexandria, Va. Robert Garner Portsmouth, Va. Virginia Garnett Suffolk, Va. Bruce Garrett Wilmington, Del. Tom Garrett Blackwood, N. J. William Gavin Brooklyn, N. Y. Betty Geiger Philadelphia, Pa. Joe Gibbons Falls Church, Va. Dave Gillespie Fort Monroe, Va Bonnie Gootee Chesapeake, Va. Gail Gotherman Alexandria, Va. John Grayson Portsmouth, Va. Sandra Foster Norfolk, Va. Michael Fox Waterford, Va. 1 , ff, 'N rf " . 3 0. it. Q' 13 1--5 QS s-ff k""U Sue Ellen Howell Portsmouth, Va. Bill Howland Atlanta, Ga. Pixie Hudzina Alexandria, Va. Irving Hughes Norfolk, Va. Mary Hunt Portsmouth, Va. Linda Hurdle Virginia Beach, Va Greg Huston Bon Air, Va. James Irvin Suffolk, Va. Robb Jenkins Bearsville, Va. Ann Johnson McLean, Va. Eddie Johnson Portsmouth, Va. Pete Johnson Brooklyn, N. Y. The Big Fishermen" Conscientious Objectors Bobby London Denbigh, Va. Richard Luurtsema Washington, D. C. Wayne Luehrs - Virginia Beach, Va. John Lyon Madison, N. J. Richard Malanda Irvington, N. J. Paul Matthews Richmond, Va. James Matusiak Portsmouth, Va. Claudia May Manassas, Va. Nancy McAllister Chesapeake, Va. Kathryn McPherson Portsmouth, Va. William McGarry North Arlington, N. J. Ivan Mehosky Fort Knox, Ky. David Little Irvington, N. J. Linwood Logan Wakefield, Va. , TSN: ' L 1 1 I 'T' , ."T..Aj:'Y:C.:-'n.1.-, X Q , xk.. N or 8 Q.-uv W ,A X Gladys Mialik xl ,jr g Clifton, N. J. ,vm Kathy Owens Portsmouth, Va. Melinda Owens Virginia Beach, Va John Owings Middletown, Va. Karl Nordstrom Dare, Va. Anthony Nelson Norfolk, Va. Jeanne Neff Arlington, Va. Charles Naprstek Norfolk, Va. Howard Mullins Portsmouth, Va. Edward Motley Arlington, Va. Carl Moser Ashland, Va. Fred Moscatiello North Arlington, N J Frank Mintz Chesapeake, Va. Portrait of a Lady and Scholar Linda Mlhellc Parksley, Va. 232 1'- new 'fi w s i r 1 ! I w T 1 On the Outside Looking in Dennis Kozlowski Wilmington, Del. Mickey La Garde Fairfax, Va. Wayne Lambert Woodstock, Va. Lloyd Lane, Jr. New Bern, N. C. John Layton Matthews, Va. William Leiter Suffolk, va. William Padgett Alexandria, Va. Deborah Elaine Pagano Chesapeake, Va. William Pagnella Fort, Belvoir, Va. Glenn Palmer Sweet Hall, Va. Betty Parrish Richmond, Va. Larry Parsons Portsmouth, Va. l 41' -.,v qc: Robert Kitz Yonkers, N. Y. Frank Knott Hampton, Va. lv L- 9.-v X , 1 X Q 1 . I nf'-' 233 Q- 'S' WHT? 5' fi. H' f , . , Q ,'- ' ii PX 1 J 'W' X N ' W kwbfzwlx K. ,N .., f : , 'yi J oe Payne Lynchburg, Va. George Phillip Falls Church, Va. Sandra Pickering Richmond, Va. Melvin Pittman Williamsburg, Va. John Plichta Newport News, Va. Jeanne Powell Portsmouth, Va. Terry Pruden Chuckatuck, Va. Thomas Pryor Rahway, N. J. Harry Redding St. Petersburg, Fla. Don Reed Suffolk, Va. John Rabena Portsmouth, Va. David Ragan Portsmouth, Va. Leslie Reading Norfolk, Va. David Readyhough Alexandria, Va. Sigma Phi Studies Too ' .,r' V f . t A Study in Solitude Russell Rhodes Windsor, Va. Larry Riggs Portsmouth, Va. Gup Ripley Beaverlett, Va. Blake Rochelle Chesapeake, Va. Bruce Roulstone Virginia Beach, Va. Sharon Rusk Norfolk, Va. Steve Rusk Norfolk, Va. Earlene Rutledge Chesapeake, Va. Bobby Rutman Brooklyn, N. Y. Rene Saunders Chesapeake, Va. Pat Scanlon Exmore, Va. George Schmalhofer ff-V , Hr Dover, Del. gr-at lft Qs ,fi 2 1.71 Jackie Reynolds New York, N. Y Linda Rheindt Portsmouth, Va. 'S'---7' po J ew ' 1 w .Q-v 1:1- CU' Q5 .CN l ,- ff 1 235 ' vt. YN' 'ST' ,... yan. Q., Q-f-'if' fi 52 Mswggvwa 5. ' Q Y... 1 ., , ' -pf A'-. ' It 41" "fr", E Paul Schulz Hopewell, Va. Clarence O. Seam Hampton, Va. Kathy Seaton Hampton, Va. Harry Self Lottsburg, Va. John Sessoms, Jr. Sewell, N. J. Evelyn Shea Portsmouth, Va. Isabel Shepherd Richmond, Va. Maria Shetenhelm Arlington, Va. Stephen Siegfried Portsmouth, Va. Nina Jo Skinner Chesapeake, Va. Ellen Skyles Grimestead, Va. Bruce Smith Lynchburg, Va. 3. l it -vo' Nancy Smith Roanoke, Va. Edu ard Snyder Portsmouth, Va. Practice Makes Perfect, so They Say. VJ' Q X 5. to x. He Seems Anxious for the Siren, Larry Stallings Virginia Beach, Va. Marie Standing Virginia Beach, Va. Teddy Stennette Richmond, Va. Warren Stephens Norfolk, Va. Barbara Stephenson Portsmouth, Va. J im Sterling Crisfield, Md. Allan Tarkenton Norfolk, Va. Bernice Taylor Chesapeake, Va. John Temple Seaford, Del. Helen Thomas Arlington, Va. Edward Tippett Dendron, Va, Barry Threewitts Portsmouth, Va. ,-51 .4 e-,. xg 1 L. :AN -39' .. W x ! Sylvia Spruill New York, N. Y. Lucille G. Spurrier Oakton, Va. q . 'f"'b .1 a - ':1.f-w-c:-rf-,4-- - . , '---ff -f-:ze ---ft-ev . 'wr-.-r, -' ' v 4--1"--v""x ' 4' Y v-f2Nssw?3fq:r:'?1w3. . E ' fa-af, -. ,, :,f.,N,,g.-,,y ,5- Joe Townsend Portsmouth, Va. Ronald Trent Chesapeake, Va. Carl Tull Seaford, Del. Robert Tyson Summersville, W John Uszynski New York, N. Y Douglas Varner Alexandria, Va. Jim Vivona Madison, N. J. Teresa Wadner Roanoke, Va. Buzz Waggoner Roanoke, Va. Emmitt Wallace Chesapeake, Va. Linda Walters Norfolk, Va. Joan Ward Quinton, Va. I'll Take Mine on the Rocks. Oscar Ward Portsmouth Va. Pat Ward Crisfield Md. ". . . Now the Day Is Over . . ." Laura Williams Richmond, Va. David Williamson Churchland, Va. Dolores Wilson Millsboro, Del. Ronby Wilson Alexandria, Va. Carolyn Willis Suffolk, Va. Marion Wise Saluda, S. C. Gordon Woodahl Horndon, Va. Guy Woodard Deltaville, Va. Tyrus Woodard Roanoke Rapids, N. C. Donnie Wynne South Orange, N. J. Dwight Young Oakton, Va. John Zegras New York, N. Y. Eric Weissman Portsmouth, Va. 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Mary Constance Hagan Lynchburg, Va. Anita Hedrick Portsmouth, Va. Paula Hunt Portsmouth, Va. Linda Ivans Portsmouth, Va. Beverly Jones Portsmouth, Va. Madeline Lester Norfolk, Va. Shirley Lindell Chesapeake, Va. Pat Melvin Chesapeake, Pa. Roselyn Munnerlg Chesapeake, Va. Judy Smith Fredericksburg, V Karen Smith Portsmouth, Va. Linda Spenovics Chesapeake, Va. Nancy Sweely New York, N. Y. Judy Sullivan Chesapeake, Va. Rita Terry Aulander, N. C. Emma Varney Portsmouth, Va. Carol West Portsmouth, Va. Joan Williams Chesapeake, Va. Vicky Wine Portsmouth, Va. Marcia Winters Uxbridge, Mass. Linda Witt Fredericksburg, V V KY.-NYS 'xx- '23 '90 5 I F 0 .moi 4' 4s'x Xl' -r '- - x -xr fs' '53 , :Q , J' tu 4 .. i , , a I I ll 5.9 0 I fly, c' ,xi -.Q xx L 7 Kathy Funke Williamsburg, Va. Shirley Hall Coneway, N. C. Donna Hershy Norfolk, Va. Audrey Hinton Weldon, Va. Leah Rountree Suffolk, Va. Lib Sadler Williamsburg, N. C. Greta Turner Rich Square, N. C. Pat Williams Greensboro, N. C. ouzlve Odfcz' y7Zpem0r1'afj26sp17czf 50500 gf urszby Kitty Crellin Hampton, Va, Donna Delaney Richmond, Va. Katy Ege Virginia Beach, Va. Sandra Holland Holland, Va. Linda Loehr Waverly, Va. Gaye Marshall Hopewell, Va. Nancy Rogerson Elizabeth City, N. C. K The Student Nurses of Obici Memorial Hos- pital and Portsmouth General Hospital attend classes in Anatomy, Psychology, Chemistry and a Special English Class. They come to Frederick three days a week and have been an integral part of the student body since the founding of the college. The supervisor of the Obici School of Nursing is Mrs. Foster, R.N., and the super- visor of Portsmouth General Hospital School of Nursing is Mrs. Williams, R.N. MARTIN GREEN EDITOR IN CHIEF ED HUBBARD BUSINESS MANAGE L VINTSON FACULTY ADVISOR reilmfizk Qlnllege Elini-tsmnuth, Hgirginiu ZIP CODE 23703 We IQQJUQOQQJQQQJQXJ It is impossible to give credit to everyone who has participated in the making of this yearbook. There are a few people though, to whom I would like to give laurels, for they most certainly did more than their share in bring this book to the student body. Sports Editor Danny Gardner deserves many thanks for taking over the job after three other people were unable to complete the job. Phyllis Miller kept the cameramen rolling and saw that we were kept in pictures first semester. She was also the chief pacifier and tranquilizer for the editor. Robb Jenkins and Dwight Young did an excel- lent job on photography under the instruction of Bob Yingling, who is also responsible for all our beautiful color shots. Jeanne Neff was an excellent secretary and secured her job well by setting up a file system that only she could understand. Jerri Loftis worked arduously at all the little necessary jobs no one else would do and also did a beautiful job with the "Classes" section. A big laurel crown goes to Mary Anne Rothermel for helping with proof read- ing and layout through the year. Mary Jo Wimsatt did an impeccable job as assistant editor and deserves bouquets for putting up with all my griping. Thanks to Anna Faye Grayson, who came in at the last minute to help with an index and typing. Money is always lacking in a yearbook budget and thanks go to Dr. Alford for giv- ing additional funds needed to complete the book. Perhaps our biggest laurel should go to Professor Robert Marshall who was possibly the best and most co-operative ad- visor any group could have. Red roses to Dean Vivian Gibson for recruiting personnel and giving them curfew exemptions to work late. Thanks to Professor Vintson for her hours of proofing and to Mrs. Raynor, Mrs. Ward and Mrs. Bain for keeping the girls straight and opening the doors for them. These are but a very few of the many that we owe laurels and bouquets to but they are the ones who worked most diligently and were most dependable. To those few I have forgotten my thanks go to you also. h A Appreciatively, X - 41f'?,..if V75 . . 'us -- Martin Green, 5 m ' Editor 4 ?Y A Acknowledgments, p. 241 Administration, p. 24 Alpha Phi Omega Fraternity, p. 130 Alpha Sigma Delta Fraternity, p. 162 Sz 163 Alumni Association, p. 131 Alumni Game, p. 84 Sz 85 Awards, p. 62-63 fsportsj, 80 Sz 81 B Band, p. 111 Baptist Student Union, p. 142 Baseball, p. 194 Sz 195 Basketball, p. 82 S1 83, 180-189 Big Sister Organization, p. 126 Sz 127 Board of Trustees, p. 22 Bruton Parish Church QWilliamsburgJ, p. 10, 16 C Cheerleaders, p. 168 Sz 169 Choir, p. 108 Chorus, p. 109 Chownings Tavern fwilliamsburgl, p. 3 Christian Student Union, p. 140 Christmas Parties, p. 102 Sz 103 Circle K, p. 128 Sz 129 "Colonial Christmas" pp. 97-101 Color Guard, p. 113 Concert Band, p. 111 D Dean's List, QFallJ, pp. 80-81 Dedication, p. 20 Sz 21 "Dock Brief", p. 79 "Driftwood", p. 116-119 E Entertainment, pp. 64-66 F Faculty, pp. 25-39, 70 Sz 71 Faculty Lecture Series, pp. 70 Sz 71 Football, pp. 60-63, pp. 84 Sz 85, pp. 170-179 Fraternities, pp. 156-168B Frederick Players, pp. 114 Sz 115 Freshman Class, p. 220 Freshman Orientation, pp. 56E-59 G Gamma Zeta Sorority, pp. 152 Sz 153 German Club, p. 133 Governor's Mansion CWilliamsburgJ p. 1 H Halloween Party, p. 104A "He's Dead Alright", p. 77 Homecoming, pp. 72A-73 Honorary Fraternities, p. 134 I Inter-Fraternity Council, p. 148 Intramurals, pp. 197-200B Imps Fraternity, pp. 166-167 J Jamestown, pp. 6, 11, 13, 14, 18 Judo, pp. 192-193 Junior Class, pp. 200E-207 K Kappa Sigma Phi, pp. 150-151 L Lambda Tau Omega Sorority, pp. 154 Sz 155 Language Laboratory, p. 135 Lecture Series, pp. 70-71 "Literary Magazine", p. 123 0!01Cafg1Q0QX M Madrigals, p. 110 Majorettes, p. 112 Marching Band, p. 113 May Day, pp. 87-91 Memoriam, p. 158 "Merrimac", pp. 120-122 Methodist Student Movement, p. 141 Meyer's House fNorfolkj, p. 1, 15 Music, pp. 86, 108-113, 138 N Newman Club, p. 144 Newspaper, pp. 120-122 Norfolk, pp. 1, 11 0 Orphan's Parties, p. 102 P Pan Hellenic Council, p. 146 Phi Alpha Pi Fraternity, pp. 156 Sz 157 Phi Kappa Beta Fraternity, p. 159 Philosophy Club, pp. 132, 143 Photography Staff, pp. 124 Sz 125 Plays, pp. 67-69 C'1984"J, 74-76 l"Thieves Carnival"J, 77 f"He's Dead Alright"J, 78 f"Sunday Cost Five Pesos"J, 79 C'Dock Brief"J. Pops Concert, p. 86 Portsmouth, pp. 14, 17 Portsmouth Court House, p. 17 S Security Force, pp. 106 Sz 107 Seniors, pp. 40E-56B Senior Class vs. Faculty Game, pp. 82 Sz 83 Senior Class and "Drigtwood" Trip, pp. 92-94 Sigma Delta Phi, p. 134 Sigma Phi Alpha Fraternity, pp. 164 Sz 165 Sophomore Class, pp. 208-218 St. Luke's Church, p. 12 Staff fCollegeJ, pp. 40A Sz 40B Student Government Association, pp. 104E Sz 105 "Sunday Costs Five Pesos", p. 78 SVEA, p. 137 T Tau Sigma Chi, pp. 160 Sz 161 Tennis Team, p. 196 "Thieve's Carnival", pp. 74-76 Thoroughgood House fNorfolkJ, p. 11 Track Team, pp. 190-191 Trinity Episcopal Church CPortsmouthJ, p. 4 V "Varsity Five", p. 109 W Washington, D. C., pp. 95 Sz 96 Williamsburg, pp. 1, 3, 16 Y Yearbook, pp. 116-119 Yorktown, pp. 4, 5, 6, 7, 8-9, 15 Young Republican's Club, p. 136 Young Women's Auxiliary, p. 142 CPe'rsonneZ Index On Page 21,41 s 243 Abed, Ali J. 136, 220 Adams, John 40-A, 106 Adams, Marilyn A. 150, 209 Adams, Richard J. 209 Adams, Robert C. 102, 144, 220 Airney, Mary J. 104-E, 105, 132 Alberti, Allen 220 Alford, Andy 23 Alford, Marion E. 23, 37, 62, 127 Alford, Mrs. 23 Allen, Carolyn J. 220 Allen, Michal R. 220 Allison, George D. 209 Alston, Mary Ann 39, 118, 128, 220 Altizer, Charlotte D. 41 Amon, John J. 129, 220 Anderson, Barry 220 Anderson, Elizabeth N. 3, 41, 75, 92, 103, 154 Aquilla, Richard 220 Armistead, Lee B. 220 Armistead, Margaret A. Armstrong, Linda B. 41, 137, 141, 150 Armstrong, Sandra K. 220 Ashton, Helen G. 220 Askew, Annie L. 220 Aumenl, James 40-A, 57 Bailie, James M. 132, 156, 201 Bailey, Steven C. 221 Baine, Rosa 40-A, 101, 104-A Baker, Wm. L. 209 Balderson, Graham A. Ball, Harold 40-A, 101 Ball, Mrs. Harold 40-A, 101 Ballentine, Wm. T. 111, 221 Ballou, Wm. E. Barber, Sharon 239 Barber, Tom 170, 220 Barrett, Joan C. 41, 103, 133, 140, 141 Barte, Jean A. 201 Barth, Richard R. 209 Bartles, Phil W. 164, 196, 206 Bashford, Larry V. Bass, Barbara G. 128, 221 Bastinelli, Al 108, 110, 209 Batchelor, John S. Battenfeild, John 132, 156, 201 Bazemore, Sandra 150, 209 Beazley, Mrs. Jewel A. 22 Beazley, Fred W. 22, 20, 21 Beazley, Malcom Jr. 22 Behling, Robt. E. 221 Belch, Wm. D. 41 Bennett, James 111, 113, 221 Berch, Henry F. 130, 134 Bernier, Joseph 41 Bernstein, Paul S. 188, 209 Berry, Robert M. 221 Best, Dick 221 Beuerman, Roger W. 42 Beuke, Henry A. 209 Billups, Henry O. 209 Bishop, Jacqurline 72-E, 209 Blackburn, Randall E. 102, 221 Blackman, Howard E. DSX Blair, Jerome E. 27, 130 Blanchard, Mrs. 40-E Blanford, Paul 22 Blankenship, Danny 209 Blasco, Vincent G. 221 Blatz, Bruce E. 221 Bledsoe, Keith 40-A Bledsoe, Neal 40-A Blick, Sandra F. Bloodgood, Judith L. 56-E, 126, 146, 150, 201 Blow, Warren 209 Bond, Carl A. 221 Booker, Henry Marshall 27 Booth, Phillip W. 221 Bord, Nedra 222 Borich, Steve C. 222 Borum, Elizabeth A. 222 Bouchard, Roger D. 61, 170, 172, 174, Bowers, John W. Boyle, Brian R. 222 Bradshaw, Garland S. 119 Brantley, Sharon 239 Brault, Donald J. 96, 123, 201 Bray, Sharon E. 111, 113, 222 Brecher, Ronnie 209 Bright, Gene G. 42, 96, 130, 136 Brinkley, Gary 201 Brinkley, Ronald D. 129 Britt, Joan 139 Brittle, James R. 21-D, 222 Britton, Fred W. 88-C, 170, 175, 176, Brock, Cherry L. 144, 210 Brockwell, Henry B. 37, 188, 222 Browder, Edward R. 86, 109, 170, 222 Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown Brown Anne H. 37, 42, 72-E Clifford L. 222 Doris L. 39, 111, 113, 222 Francis W. 26, 27, 37 James 210 Linz D. 24, 37 Rosa 37, 142 Bryant, Connie 239 Bryant, Harvey F. 210 Buchanan, Philip 27, 36, 38 Bucher, Ronald J. 42 Buchko, Michael S. 222 Bulman, Wallace R. 201 Bunch, Wm. D. 42 Buohl, Elizabeth A. 62, 104-A, 223 Burden, Wm. 40-A Burgesse, Susan E. 200-A, 223 Burrnell, Donald W. 142, 210 Burstyn, Larry J. 67, 68, 136, 223 Caddy, Thomas W. 42, 107 Caltagirone, Thomas R. 210 Cameron, Martha 40-A Campbell, Charles T. 223 Caplan, Alan B. 39, 133 Carlton, Wm. H. 223 Carmean, Richard B. 223 Carper, Ralph W. 223 Carr, Gerald 223 Carter, Philip R. 196 Names in italics are members of administration, faculty or staff. 222 177, 200-B Carter, Robert E. 102, 108, 223 Cartwright, Doris E. 210 Castellinos, Mrs. Mary 40-A ZQQQX Diggs, Emily S. 68, 69, 72E, 108, 109, 110, 126, 142, 152, 201 Dill, Nancy 44, 108, 109, 110, 132, 137, 141 Edenton, Walter 225 Castellinos, Pat 40-A, 210 Cavender, James A. 42, 100, 104-E, 105 Chamberlin, Mary Jo 133, 210 Cherry, Linda 4.3, 72-B, 154 Childress, Godfrey W. 43, 78, 96 Claus, Santa 210 Cline, William C. 210 Cloniger, Chuck 223 Cogdell, Michael G. 108, 196, 223 Colby, Collins Alfred W. 210 , Donald H. 210 Collins, Joseph E. 3, 40, 43, 93, 105, 108, 110, Collins, Lana 223 Collins, Ronald F. 15, 108, 210 Collins, Ronald J. 15, 43, 93, 102, 103, 111, 112 Colonna, Jett M. 201 Commerford, Richard M. 211 Compagnola, Arthur A. 66, 197, 223 Condino, Madeline R. 118, 144, 211 Congleton, Barbra 239 Conover, John 43, 108, 111, 129, 134 Copeland, Richard S. 223 Cornish, Richard L. 223 111 Dixon, John F. 211 Dobbins, John P. 96, 136, 137, 202 Dolan, Thomas W., Jr. 96, 224 Dooms, John D. 224 Doran, Edward P. 202 Doremus, Mary Ann 102, 141, 211 Dorricott, Medric T. 202 Doughty, Jerry N. 137, 211 Dryden, Patricia A. 118, 211 Douglas, Aubrey F., Jr. 40, 44 Dubin, Evan E. 67, 211 Dudley, Vickie S. 131, 141, 202 Duerr, Diane 44, 154, 192 Dunbar, Patricia 224 Duncan, Kenneth 45 Dunford, Thomas R. 224 Eagle, Carol L. 45, 93, 111, 112, 113 Eason, Raymond O. 211 Easty, Sharon H. 108, 109, 225 Eaves, Edward C. 60, 109, 170, 175, 177 178 211 Dadiani, John 190, 211 Cottingham, John G. 140, 170, 174, 201 Cottrell, Joel S. 108, 181, 183, 200-B Counts, Nancy L. 211 Covington, W. P. 27, 39 Cox, David A. 224 Craun, Donald W. 43, 104-E, 130, 137 Creasey, James D. 57, 70, 175, 224 C-redle, Pat 40-B Crist, Claude W. Jr. 27 Crooks, Carlton L. Cross, Jerry T. 43, 170, 173, 174, 176, 190 Crowe, Linda 239 Cruthoff, James G. 170, 173, 174, 177, 211 Cruz, Evelyn L. 111, 112, 113, 224 Culpepper, Herbert 170, 171, 192, 211 Cummins, Herbert P. 74, 76, 86, 100, 156, 194, 201 Edwards, Douglas W. 225 Edwards, Kenneth P. 45, 62, 181, 183, 187, 195 Edwards, Purvis L. 170, 174, 175, 176, 177, 178, 202 Ege, Katy 240 Elkey, Patricia L. 63, 103, 118, 119, 225 Ellis, Bobby 45, 181, 195, 196 Ellis, James W. 202 Elson, Jeff 181, 184, 211 Ericsson, Dwight Dr. 28 Esfcua, Dhzorull, Dr. 28 Etheridge, Mary E. 118, 133, 211 Evans, Richard M., Jr. 225 Eversole, Fred L. 225 Faison, R. W. 40-B Farrow, Marie E. 45 Faulkenberry, Frankie H. 126, 132, 137, 140, 142, 202 Daley, Daley, Jonelle S. 133, 192, 224 William L. 96, 137, 201 Davenport, Macon A. Jr. 224 Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Christine A. 224 Norwood 28 Robert H., Jr. 224 Susie 132, 137, 144, 201 Day, Donna Lee 44 Dean, William E. 201 Deans, Mary K. 44, 111, 112, 136 Deaver, Otis 195, 200-B DeCamp, Louis E., Jr. 224 DeKraft, James A. 44 Delaney, Donna 240 Del Purgatoria, Bill 211 Demkowicz, Catherine R. 44, 72-A, 154 Dennis, Karl 211 Dew, Thomas R. 211 Dewey, Sharon A. 104-A, 118, 224 Dickinson, Margaret D. 112, 108-E, 168-E, 169, 200-B, 224 Diemal, Unice 239 Fellona, Edward J. 225 Ferguson, Robert T. 170, 175 Ferradaz, Irene C. 135, 144, 225 Ferradaz, Norberto 135, 144, 156, 192, 211 Ferree, Brenda G. 94, 104-A, 137, 144, 202 Fetty, William E. 225 Fick, William H. 225 Fields, Wanda L. 225 Finch, Joan P. 146, 154, 202 Fines, Robert E. 211 Flammia, William R. 202 Flannagan, Jack 108, 111, 113, 211 Flannagan, James G. 140, 144, 211 Flinchum, Earl W. 197, 202 Flynn, Bernard K. 181, 184, 186, 187, 202 Flynn, Neil F. 128, 133, 211 Flythe, Bettie B. 45, 72-B, 142 Flythe, Richard T., Jr. 105, 106, 107, 211 Fogelgren, John R. 212 Folliard, Eugene M., Jr. 225 Forbes, S. Nadine 45, 150 Names in italics are members of administration, faculty or staff. Ford, John R. 103, 108, 225 Forehand, Benjamin F. 169 Forsberg, Lois I. 212 Foster, Raymond E. 212 Foster, Robt. D. 212 Foster, Sandra E. 133, 228 Fox, Frederick M. 228 Freeman, Lynne 212 Fulkerson, Brenda G. 126, 127, 142, 202 Funk, Sheridan 192, 193, 228 Funke, Kathy 240 Gantt, Tony G. 46 Garber, Ned E. 175, 202 Gardner, Daniel H. 86, 118, 125, 212 Garner, Robert S. 228 Garnett, Garnett Garrett, Garrett, Garrett, Garrett, Gatling, Virginia N. 228 William J., Jr. 203 Bruce H. 228 Joan 133, 212 Kenneth G. 170, 174, 176, 203 Thomas E. 228 James 118, 119, 203 Gavin, Gerard J. 46, 63, 188, 189, 200-B Gavin, William M. 228 Geiger, Betty L. 108, 109, 110, 228 Gibbons, Joseph W., Jr. 133, 228 Gibson, Roberta L. 46, 72-E, 88-D Gibson, Vivian L. 24, 92, 101, 127 Gillespie, David L. 228 Gillis, Sandra L. 72-E, 108, 109, 203 Gilmore, John 40-B, 106, 107 Gladden, Greg 212 Gladstone, Robert T. III 212 Glass, Albert K. 212 Glassburner, Thomas M., Jr. Godwin, Curtis S., Jr. 203 Goodiel, Victor 212 Goodwin, Jo Anne 192, 212 Gootee, Bonita C. 102, 228 Gotherman, Gail 108-E, 158-E Grabau, Barbara 203 Grace, Robert T. 46, 106, 107 Grant, Lloyd M. 103, 111, 203 Grayson, Anna Fay 46, 105, 118 Grayson, John 57, 228 Gregory, James B. 107, 212 Greene, Bobby D. 188, 226 Green, Henry D. IV, 130, 196, 198, 203 Green, Martin E. 40, 46, 92, 116, 118, 123, 124, 133, 135, 156, 159, 203 Grigg, Marion L. 212 Griggs, Peggy 239 Gross, Robert J. 46. 137, 195 Guffey, Beverly M. 10, 111, 112, 113, 213 Gutierrez, Ronald E. 226 Hagan, Mary C. 239 Hall, Darwin E., Jr. 128, 226 Hall, Russell 170 Hall, Shirley 240 , 169, 200-B, 228 712 061 Hammond, Janice F. 126, 137, 142, 203 Handy, Virginia L 46, 68, 126, 127 Haney, Garlon W. 96, 181, 190, 203 Harcum, James L. Jr. 106, 107, 213 Harkey, Joseph H. 24, 37 Harlow, Stuart J. 142, 213 Harmon, Gene 226 Harmon, Harry E. Harmon, James R. Harol, Mary M. 136, 192, 193, 226 Harrell, Randy 47, 170, 171, 173, 176, 177 Harrell, Riddick 108, 170, 171, 173, 174, 177, 213 Harris, Karen M. 15, 47, 109, 137, 154 Harris, R. Baine 28 Harris, Walter F. 28, 39 Harrison, Claude C. 226 Harrison, Ralph 2123 Hasner, Steven M. 86, 135, 170, 173, 174, 177, 213 Hatzfeld, Theodore S. 141, 203 Hawkins, Thomas G. 170, 175, 177, 203 Hayes, John A. 47 Hayman, Sallye E. 40, 47, 86, 92, 93, 100, 101, 103, 124, 133, 140, 152 Haynes, Cecil W., Jr. 37, 47, 105 Head, B. Wayne 47, 61, 170, 171, 172, 174, 176 177 178 Headly, Richard A. 130, 142, 144, 213 Hearn, Ross M. 226 Hedrick, Anita 239 Heilig, William W., Jr. 47, 111, 113 Heischoper, Larry D. 142, 226 Helmbold, Andrew, Dr. 26, 28, 37, 38 Hemmings, Warren D. 213 Hemphill, Henry W. 48, 181, 184, 200-B Hernandez, Dulce M. Hickey, Edmund F., III 226 Hill, Dr. Benjamin H. 29 Hill, Louise 226 Hill, Mabel 29 Hill, Valerie J. 150, 213 Hinton, Audrey 240 Hobbs, Lloyd 142, 226 Hodges, Neil H. 181, 184, 213 Hodges, Robert F. 29, 60, 63, 171, 172, 1 Hoerr, Willmer A. 29 Hoerr, Mrs. Wm. A. 40-A Hoffman, Patricia S. 108, 109, 110, 226 Hogg, R. Wilson Jr. 37, 48, 196 Holland, Jack 192, 193, 200-B Holland, Nathaniel W. 203 Holland, Sandra 240 Holmes, Edward G. 48 Holsinger, Betty G. 67, 68, 213 Holt, Bill 213 Hord, Fenton N. 226 Howard, Austin 29 Howell, Edythe S. 48, 72-B Howell, James W. 29 Howell, Russell M. 226 Howell, Susan E. 130, 154, 169, 229 Howland, Wm. H. 108, 229 Hubbard, Edward L. 93, 204 Hughes, Irvin 229 Hudgins, Willard R. III 213 Hudzina, Virginia K. 62, 72-E, 118, 144, 229 Humphrey, David R. 108, 213 Names in italics are members of administration, faculty or staff. 87 Hunt, Mary W. 229 Hunt, Paula 239 Hurdle, Linda R. 229 Huston, Gregory G. 156, 229 Hutten, Henry J. Jr. 63, 103, 108, I'Anson, Lawrence 22, 62 Iceman, Alice 40-B Irvin, James R. 108, 229 Ivans, Linda 239 Izenour, Frank M. Jr., 48 Jackson, Wm. 134 Jean, George R. Jr., 48 Jenkins, Leslie 124, 125, 133, 229 Jereme, Mary A. 48, 103, 137, 144 Johnson, Ann M. 108, 109, 229 Johnson, Archie D. III 204 Johnson, Bernard L. 112, 204 Johnson, Edward T. 174, 229 Johnson, Elbert R. 49 Johnson, Leland A. 49 Johnson, Peter H. 181, 185, 229 Johnson, Richard R. 229 Johnson, Robt. D. 229 Johnson, Dwight 48, 130, 137 Johnson, Wm. J. 170, 204 Jones, Beverly 239 Jones, Jean M. 126, 150, 204 Jones, Mrs. Martha 40-B YJQUQX 110 Jones, Vivian C. 49, 108, 109, 110, 141 Joseph, Lawrence E. 49, 178, 181, 183, 187 Joseph, Thomas A. 49 Joyner, Evelyn B. 227 Joyner, Robert N. 30 Justis, Louis 227 Kantor, Richard D. 227 Kash, Robert 204 Kavanaugh., John 22 Kay, Cecil J. 108, 111, 227 Kean, Donald K. 227 Keeling, Bruce W. Keeter, Allen H. 227 Keeter, John A. Jr. 142, 227 Keith, Rebecca A. 63, 102, 103, 108, Kelley, Charles E. 74, 75, 204 Kelley, Jeanne S. 227 Kellon, William L. 204 Kelly, Constance 227 Keppler, Jonh E. 96, 204 Kesler, Barbara L. 227 Kestner, Garnett T. 61, 170, 172 Kidd, Jack R. 30, 36, 39, 157 Kilgore, Camilla R. 227 Killen, Sarah L. 49, 72-B, 146, 150 King, James C. 227 Kinlaw, James M. 196, 204 109, 110, 141, 227 Kitchen, Arlene M. 104-A, 192, 200-A, 227 Kitchin, Margaret A. 193, 214 Kitz, Robert W. 133, 232 Knott, Frank M. Jr. 37, 72-E, 111, 112, 192, 232 Koelsch, Joyce C. 214 Kozlowski, Dennis S. 109, 170, 175, 176, 178, 188 189 232 Kreger, Diana E. 88-D, 154, 214 Krogh, Kenneth E. Lacerte, Gerald A. 192, 204 Ladd, Roger 49 Lagarde, Michael J. 232 Lage, Richarcl L. 30, 60, 171, 172 Lamana, Tom 204 Lambert, Wayne 231 Lancaster, Joy A. 50 Lane, Lloyd V., Jr. 108, 110, 232 Laughlin, Jane E. 126, 137, 141, 142, Law, Alan 214 Lawrence, Gordon B. 50 Lawrence, Mallory W. 197, 198, 205 Lawson, Virginia 111 Layton, John F. 232 Lester, Madeline 239 Lewter, James W. 133, 188, 232 Liebman, David S. 111, 113, 192, 214 Lindell, Shirley 239 204 Lingo, Patricia A. 50, 88-D, 108-E, 146, 154, 168 E 169, 200-B Linneweber, Hermann, Jr. 95, 96, 195 Linton, Robert B. 50, 130 Lipscomb, Kenneth A. 102, 103, 108, 111, 197, 214 Little, David K. 230 Loehr, Linda 240 Loftis, Jeri 118, 119, 135 Logan, Linwood F. Jr. 230 London, Robert F. 37, 230 Lowe, Jimmy 214 Luehrs, Robert W. 67, 133, 230 Luurtsema, Richard T. 230 Lyons, John T. 170, 175, 230 McAllister, Nancy 128, 136, 230 McCollum, Greene 205 McCourt, Gordon R. 105 McGarry, William 230 McHale, John T. III 215 McLamb, Lynwood 40, 50 McPherson, Laura K. 230 MacDonald, Frances Mrs. 30, 101 Maddrey, William W. 205 Maddy, Jean S. 17, 108, 109, 110 Madigan, Barbara 30, 142 Madigan, Francis 14, 30, 60, 63, 171, Malanda, Richard R. 230 172, 177 Mancuso, Carol L. 101, 103, 108, 109, 118, 131 144 214 Mandell, Alan 31, 40 Mann, Robert K. Mann, Sarah M. Markham, Mary C. 214 Marsh, Jerry 214 Marshall, Bertram C. 100, 105, 136, 214 Marshall, Gayle 240 Marshall, John H. Jr. 214 Names in italics are members of administration, faculty or staff. in ex Marshall, Kenneth S. Marshall, Robert F. 31, 38, 93, 94, 135 Martin, James C. 214 Martin, Peter N. Mason, Michael B. Matthews, Nick J. 215 Matthews, Paul R., Jr. 230 Matusiak, James L. 144, 170, 171, 172, 175, 178, 230 Maupin, Stephen Y. Maxey, Linda 62, 104-A, 215 Maxey, Wilburn D. 118, 205 May, Claudia 111, 112, 192, 230 Meadows, John 40-A Mehosky, Ivan P. 188, 230 Melvin, Pat 239 Mercer, George R. Meredith, Sharon D. 50, 150 Meroney, John 63 Merrill, Garrison L. 205 Mershon, Lee 215 Mertig, Robert L. 96, 205 Messner, Blair 88-D Metcalfe, Stephen L. 190, 215 Mialik, Gladys 108, 109, 231 Mihelic, Faye 50, 118, 119, 141 Mihelic, Linda 231 Millen, Thomas 205 Miller, Phyllis V. 63, 67, 93, 103, 108, 109, 117, 124, 125, 156, 215 Miner, Donald E., Jr. 205 Mintz, Frank 231 Mitchell, Clinton E.. Jr. 215 Moffett, Mina F. 51, 108-E, 112, 154, 169, 200-B Moore, Mary C. 51, 93, 94 Morgan, Edgar M., Jr. 51, 63, 92, 97, 101, 103, 104-E, 105, 131, 132, 141 Morgan, Raymond W., Dr. 26, 31, 135 Morgan, Vernon 31 Morris, Kemp 215 Moscatiello, Alfred L. 231 Moscopulos, Barbara A. 51 Moser, Carl G. III 231 Motley, Edwin P. 231 Mott, Judith 51, 102, 108, 109, 118, 119, 132 Mountcastle, Thelma E. 51, 92, 132, 137, 142, 144 Moyers, Robert A. 108, 142, 205 Muehlbauer, Dorothy A. 51 Mullins, Harold L. 231 Mumford, Lee 101 Munnerlyn, Roselyn 239 Murphy, Patricia D. 103, 205 Murray, Edward A. W., 52, 181, 183, 195 Naff, Sally M. 52 Naprstek, Herbert C., Jr. 231 Neff, Jeanne J. 38, 86, 111, 112, 113, 116, 117, 118, 135, 144, 231 Neff, Victoria A. Nelson, Anthony P. 231 Nelson, Patricia A. 105, 164, 215 Newcomb, Harold Nitto, Roger 215 Norby, Gary R. 170, 172, 175, 177 Nordstrom, Karl M. 72-C, 105, 160, 192, 231 Nuttycombe, Pat 215 O'Beirne, David M. O'Connor, Vertrude 150, 215 Osborne, Oliver 215 Overman, Barbara J. 104-A, 126, 137, 152, 206 Overman, Judith 126, 127, 137, 152, 206' Owens, Kathryn 231 Owens, Linda 231 Owens, Paul 111, 130, 134 Owings, John K. 231 Padgett, William E., Jr. 232 Pagano, Deborah E. 72-E, 118, Pagnella, William J. 232 144, 232 Palacio, William B. 52 Palmer, Walter G. 232 Pardal, Elvira 52 Parker, Clyde Dr. 26, 31 Parker, John G., Jr. Parker, Louis E. 170, 171, 175, 215 Parker, Virginia 31, 39, 154 Parrish, Connie E. 103, 108, 109, 110, 232 Parsons, Larry L. 108, 196, 232 Paschall, Herman D. 205 Paschall, Kermit G., Jr. 205 Patterson, Carolyn L. 105, 216 Patterson, Frederick W. 32, 196 Paulis, Pavey, Payne Payne Peele, Perry, s Chuck 195, 205 Charles F. 52, 96, 134 Charles E. Dr. 32, 37 Joseph P. 124, 125, 133, 233 Marcia 126, 127, 150, 205 Leon 52, 130 Phelps, Gloria 206 Philbrick, Jerry 37, 52 Phillip, George 102, 111, 113, 233 Pickering, Sandra 102, 118, 233 Pittman, Melvin P. 233 Plitcha, John 144, 233 Pohle, George W. 206 Powell, Jeanne 233 Porter, Frederick H. Potter, Leon B. 61, 63, 109, 170, 17 Poy, George 53 Principe, Wm. 216 Pruden, Terry R. 233 Pryor, Thomas E. 233 Putman, Teddy T. 170, 206 Qnadros, Joseph Jr. 22 Rabena, John 233 Ragan, David 233 Raines, Thomas M. Jr. 74, 76, 79, 115, 140 Rairdon, Kathleen A. 154, 216 Raynor, Mrs. Lellon 40-B, 101, 103, 104-A Reading, Leslie 233 Readyhough, David 233 Names in italics are members of administration, faculty or staff. 248 6, 190, 191, 200-B, 206 I I J 5 1 O l I a-1.64- . 1.. :ra W . 1 Redding, Jarry C. Jr., 74, 75, 108, 233 Reed, Donald A. II 233 Reitzer, Paul G. 32, 37, 101, 105 Renner, Michael 216 Reynolds, Jacquelyn A. 234 Reynolds, Sam 131 Rheindt, Linda M. 103, 234 Rhodes, Carolyn 53 Rhodes, Mary E. 132, 137, 142, 192, 206 Rhodes, Russell 234 Riggs, Larry J. 234 Riley, Patricia L. 53 Ripley, Mr. 106 Ripley, John G. Jr. 234 Rinehart, Harry T., Jr. 32 Rochelle, Hubert B. II 234 Rogers, Eddie 61 Rogerson, Nancy 240 Romero, Robert A. 129, 134, 216 CVJQQQX Rothermel, Mary A. 53, 86, 87, 88-B, 88-D, 88-E, 93, 100, 108, 109, 118, 152, 156 Roulstone, Donald B. 234 Rubino, John 66 Rudisill, Murray E. Jr. 32 Rugg, Kenneth L. 53, 63, 88-D, 195 Runnels, Tommy 53 Rusk, Sharon L. 234 Rusk, Steve 234 Rutledge, Rairy E. 128, 234 Rutman, Robert 197, 234 Sadler, John B. 68, 69, 115, 206 Sadler, Lib 240 Safrit, Woodrow S. 170, 175, 178, 206 Salta, Joseph R. 216 Sanborn, Art 216 Sanford, George R. 181, 185, 186, 188, 190, 198, 216 Saunders, Renay S. 234 Sawyer, Frank L. 53 Sawyer, Henry R. 206 Scanlan, Patricia 192, 193, 234 Schmalhofer, George F. 196, 197, 234 Schryver, Peter E. 88-C, 88-D, 110, 135, 206 Schulz, Paul M. Jr. 127, 170, 175, 235 Schuster, Rudolph E. Schwartz, Sandra 40, 54, 137 Seal, Edward M. 101, 206 Seaman, Clarence O. III 235 Seaman, Jeryl A. 86, 216 Seaton, Kathleen 97, 98, 99, 101, 108-E, 168-E, 169, 200-B, 235 Seidel, Eric S. 118, 130, 140, 144, 216 Seidel, Lance E. 54, 170, 171, 175, 176, 177 Self, Harry L. 235 Segal, Myron 37 Shea, Evelyn T. 104-A, 118, 144, 235 Shell, Jerry N. 181, 185, 200-B, 206 Shen, Margaret K. 32, 39 Shepherd, Darrell 130, 134, 206 Shepherd, Isabell I. 235 Shetenhelm, Maria E. 103, 235 Shriner, Alvan B., Jr. 54 Shusterman, Peter A. 103, 108, 111, 113, 207 Siefgried, Stephen A. 2135 Names in italics are members of administratio Sinkavich, Eleanor E. 207 Sipple, Kenneth L. 79, 115 Skinner, Nina J. 235 Skundberg, Carol A. 78, 216 Skyles, Smith, Ellen 141, 235 Arthur D. 88-C, 88-D, 172, 207 Smith, Bruce W. 235 Smith, Charles H. 216 Smith, Donald 33 Smith, E. Louise 54, 137, 150 Smith, Judy 239 Smith, Karen 239 Smith, Leslie W. 61, 92, 109, 170, 172, 177, 216 Smith, Nancy L. 92, 93 Smith, Spencer 216 Snyder, Edward W., Jr. 235 Somma, C. Thomas, Jr. 133, 144, 207 Spence, William L, Jr. 54 Spencer, Richard A. 170, 172, 173, 175, 177 Spenovics, Linda 239 Spruill, Sylvia J. 236 Spurrier, Lucile G. 108, 109, 118, 200-A., 236 Stallings, Larry G. 236 Standing, Marie T. 236 Standing, Michael J. 216 Stanek, Dorothy 54, 72-B, 108, 109, 150 Stanek, Robyn R. 68, 69, 103, 108, 109, 153, 207 Stanford, Nancy G. 142, 217 Staples, Tommy 195 Stapleton, Robert E. 33, 36, 39 Stathis, James H. 54, 96 Stauffer, John 101, 192, 193 Stauffer, Patricia 33, 101, 146 Stegall, Stuart 217 Steigman, William F. 55, 130, 137, 144, 170, 172, Stencil, W. Jay, Jr. 192 Stennette, Theordore P., Jr. 236 Stephens, Jennings W. 236 Stephenson, Barbara A. 111, 112, 236 Sterling, James E. 56-E, 181, 185, 188, 2 Sterling, Kay M. 55, 142 Stetson, George E. 33, 35 Stevens, Joseph L. 33, 37, 95, 96, 133 Stevenson, Bonnie 195 Stevenson, Dixie 108, 109, 140, 217 Stewart, Harold A. 197 Strickland, Dennis 217 Strickland, Melanie P. 55, 132, 137, 141 Sullivan, Judy 239 Sullivan, Patricia 55, 150 Sweely, Nancy 239 Sykes, James R. 95, 96, 130, 137, 217 Szustkiewicz, Christopher 196 Szustkiewicz, Stanley Rola, 33, 35, 38 Tarkenton, Allan R. 170, 175, 178, 236 Taylor, Bernice F. 236 Taylor, John 170, 177, 207 Taylor, Robert A. 102, 108, 136, 141, 217 Temple, John O., Jr. 188, 236 Terry, Rita 239 36 Thomas, Charles L. III 60, 118, 172, 174, 207, 217 Thomas, Helen 102, 103, 236 Thompson, Walter M., Jr. 133 n, faculty or staff. 249 Threewitts, James A. 111, 236 Thurston, Thomas L. 129, 217 Tierney, Margaret R. 118, 119, 137, 144, 217 Tilling, Sidney E. 55 Tippett, Edward 236 Tipps, Wayne 34, 72-E Torian, Charles J., Jr. 102, 103, 108, 110, 111, 112, 113, 130 Townsend, Joseph S. 237 Traynham, Wade L., Jr. 63 Trent, Ronald L. 141, 197, 237 Tribble, William M., Jr. 217 Trivett, Robert L., Jr. 55, 130, 135, 137 Truslow, Harry L. Jr. 217 Tucker, Ellis E. 35, 95, 96, 193 Tull, Carl A. 102, 141, 237 Turner, Cecil A. 102, 191, 217 Turner, Greta 240 Turner, Phillip W. 56, 170, 171, 174, 176, 177 Twiddy, Jo Ann 56, 92, 93, 137, 150 Tyson, Robert B. 237 Usry, Gene D. 66, 164, 217 Uszynski, John 105, 170, 237 Van Ells, Patricia A. 55, 103 Varner, Douglas D. 237 Varney, Emma 239 Vaughan, James L. 217 Vaughan, Fenton 158 Verniel, Michael A. 197, 207 Verniel, William 197, 207 Vintson, Lucille E. 34, 39, 92, 101 Vivona, James W. 60, 170, 172, 174, 177, 237 Wade, Sammie S. 56, 137, 142 Wade, William T. Jr. 56, 62, 170, 171, 174, 176, 177, 178, 190, 191 Wadner, Teresa R. 237 Wallace, Emmitt 170, 237 Walters, Linda K. 108, 109, 237 Walters, Warren H. 104-E, 105, 170, 175, 176, 177 Walton, Linda G. 56, 72-A, 192 Ward, Ward Ward Ward, Ward, Ward Ward Mrs. Eunice 40-B Joan A. 103, 200-A Lauck W. 56 Macie, 72-E, 103, 146, 211 Mary E. 56 Oscar W. III 192, 193, 237 Patricia A. 2137 Warren, Ralph L. 34 Warren, Mrs. Ralph 40-B Warrington, Thomas E., Jr. 207 Watkins, Edward M. 170, 171, 175, 177 Watkins, Robert N. 57, 96, 170, 175 Watson, Donald O. 197, 219 Watson, Shelley B. Jr. 133, 144, 238 gn QQX Weaver, Allan W. 93, 94, 108, 111, 113, 156 Weems, Norman H. 34, 38 Weissman, Eric 238 West, Carol 239 Wetherington, Milton G. 34, 60, 63, 172 Wheeler, Warren B. Jr. 207 White, Hubert W. Jr. 156, 219 White, Ronald M. 219 White, Thomas N. 238 White, William A. 40-B White, William F. III 207 Whitehurst, Howard H. 136, 144, 207 Whitley, Perry O., Jr. 57, 93, 94, 200-B Wicker, William W. 34 Wicker, Mrs. William W. 40-B Wiggins, Petter T. 130, 140, 141, 144, 207 173, 175, 176 177 178 Wilkins, Robert D. 57, 170, Williams, Frederick W. Jr. 57 Williams, Joan 239 Williams, Laura A. 238 Williams, Pat 240 Williamson, David A. 39, 56-E, 67, 68, 69 103 108 238 Willis, Carolyn L. 238 Willoughby, William R. Jr. 197, 219 Wilson, C. Diane 207 Wilson, Dolores E. 111, 112, 113, 238 Wilson, Ronby T. 238 Wimsatt, Mary Jo 17, 67, 92, 93, 94, 117 123 140, 144, 219 Wine, Vicky 239 Winters, Marcia 239 Wise, Marion C. 238 Withers, Anita 35 Withers, Arthur 26, 35, 37 Witt, Linda 239 Wood, Dr. Ernest R. 24, 36, 61, 178 Wood, Pearle S. 35 Woodahl, Woodard Woodard, Woodard Woodsby Gordon L. 238 Frederick E. 170, Guy T. 238 Tyrus E. 170, 238 Pam 240 Worthington, Earl 195 Wright, Anita V. 57, 150 Wright, John H. 37 Wynne, Donald J. 238 Wysocki, Frances P. 57, 91, Yingling, Bob 93, 124 Young, Chester J. 57 Young, Dwight J. 125, 238 Youmans, Arthur 108, 219 Zegras, John S. 197, 238 Names in italics are members of administration, faculty or staff. 174, 191. 219 150 n . C . y gtg.. ., , Q Q v- ' w 1 v.f,g4.a., -zygmgnxf. , I A Jil , u ".4 p 1 . , . , , j!-1. --rx A . .-.- 52135, My J J 12,111 ' 1"s-W 1 1 ' 1' 1 ' 4 1 1 ,1- 1 1 1 Q I 1 1 1 1 ' 4 1 141 Q, ., . JL L 1 ' 4 u 1-,if - .nf i .' v. 'x ,ge . . -: . M-Y D? 5 7 . . 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