Frederick College - Driftwood Yearbook (Portsmouth, VA)

 - Class of 1966

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For example, the emergence of great historical figures may lend prestige to the schools from which they graduated or attended, and this prestige is veritable life-blood to the Alma Mater. Also, physical plants ranging from Doric to Motel Modern architectural styles often rate esteem, both from the professionally trained and from the mere layman in beauty, who, after all, owns eyes and can revel in a mass of ivy, columns, monuments, ancient buildings and elm-shaded walkways. Another mirror is the institution's setting, for setting is the element which gives the atmosphere one remembers twenty or thirty years after his college days, and, if an institution finds itself in an industrial setting, the institution will be earmarked in a certain, indefinable way-just as if it were set in Victorian London, or on the sprawling plains of the Texas Panhandle, or atop snowcapped mountains in Colorado. Frederick College is a new institution, and it lacks the age, the maturity and perhaps the prestige of the nation's older schools. We have little that we can show to reflect or mirror a past, but we have much on which to build. Our greatest asset is most certainly the people here at Pig's Point on the great Hampton Roads, and within these pages we have tried to use these people in such a way that a total and accurate picture of our college-Frederick College-might be presented to you. K Reflections of the day. Allen County Public Library 900 Webster Street PO Box 2270 . Fort Vllayrre, IN 46801-2270 "lt could have been worse l suppose F om here to w here?" Contents Introduction , . 4 Dedication . . . I8 Administration , , . 20 Faculty . , A , , 25 Classes , 40 Features 106 Organizations 154 Sports . . . 218 Enchanted by French Lecture ,W' ,eff-' . -Qi in I, 5 Q .if J? X'Yf'55.f, - Y ,QV X '49 "Are you being serious?" A - X - x-X. , A D '--Xx ,, , . Es. '- X51 ff-'PTS' !'-- ' ' Fr ederick girls mean business. And then it sprung o Ieok. ,v ,pp-nik New bond uniform for a pep rolly LQ . From turmoil to tranquility. Sleeping frogs, godflies, axes and all that. Q ,r,rn, A ..t.ff"' ,M-W" ,,ppg,ggqQ,., , , 'P' "7"4?" 7' mama. K-0.3, .A- K ' .ME U Z.: i .-3 - , 5 .,: S ...J Someone got surprised! ff jbxvmv f f N- . ' x x' ' Ev 5 52323 A' p vf. 'Q X L a. X HS. ' xx ,K , 4.2 , " 6+ m ......, E451 U r x., V wh ,. . 1 M .7 ,. "S 34, ' fpiwavf fm? - 5.2 vezisipf, ' 3555125325 . fm,- n- :Rr Q? 73:1 s W I 2 -+ 4 wiki W 5 3? - wg 'i arf S 3 in ,538 BB? Sk, fx A A .ISM0 ja ' N' V in 1 Q4 Some are born with It 'Mu Mr. Everything just might have everything. We regret to inform you Commcndoes try harder. ww ESE' ' EM' ' "Why Can't Frederick feed us like this?" il' np..- l l X l Q is l liillfil 1-". Q X 01 x is X Q X X X X Q X X Q X. w. W xv' Ein - g sflir., it y - ,E '51, if , 4'-Q ff" " 4- 1 ' ' ,Z i he. ' wasiiktg 1 -1 ' '-,if A ,ff , L, ,, gf' G wi 'A -'-' 5 Q., , '- :Jaw .w'xr-' 4 l xx . Q , 1: Qruk I Y. ,IA 1,1 A' as -A " 5:-'11-away-Mr . f Q ms f 4 , f Q' 1 s 1 K , i s A H' i 2 " - " ' - 4, """ ww .gp-an What happens next? 8 It's not even posed. That smile should capture the world. Perfect three-point landing. in i 5 Dean Gibson portrays the "Spirit of Christmas" 39 'xx If you'II pardon my saying xt XX xbkikig-'tm xi , 5, We SSN , "This situation is definiteiy not improving." Frederick Nocturne i "Gold Dust Twins" at smoker. A I K-in '21 X -A BR Q22 CV: otft 1"" U71 Where have oil the photographers gone? s , aswwx vw . -XX x X X Y Q 'i-. u X . X i N X , X21Y,ix Y s v X sa- N .i l "I dare it to come down." ll il ll ls rl 4'-K 'D "We are here to help and understand you." Spirit of Frederick College personified. Special entertainment by the colorful Iberian Dancers. Tift 1 1 1 l '.l .3351 5341-' " i J. ll , 1. 5 . 5 it l Q 1 l ! 1 ,L Stu A, I I . p LO: Ex r I"'72fcrpT,-,fi Wy XX Wonder which one is Goldilocks? Someone give them o cheer! High School "wonder boy" works out. .am ,Y,,..f-'T 11 It looks as if the Bears like the taste at honey Must have been a rough game. "I shot an arrow into the air Pennies won't buy those thoughts. V' ff:f':-....,Z.-M -.1 'f, , - -. - .. . - , A mf... A nearby industrial center on the water They are still pounding away. .fav-ff 5. on 'ng Dr. Wood working his wciy through the never ending flow of poper work. Tribute in After the homecoming concert, Dr. Wood discusses the week-end with Dean Horkey and student leaders. H illan Dedicated ln lite ln an interview with a student early in the year the president of the college related the occasion for making the decision to accept such a monumental task. When the Board of Trustees approached him about taking the position, he hesitated. After some deliberation he had his decision. The reason he gave was that "I have always been, to my knowledge, fair and honest with the students of Frederick, and l feel that if I accept this job they will be fair and honest with me and give me their fullest co- operation which would be necessary if the College is to succeed." To students who have dealt with and known Dr. Ernest R. Wood, there is no doubt that the above statement is probably the most objective appraisal that anyone could give of the man, and it is ironic that it came from Dr. Wood himself. While oc- cupying two positions of responsibility which kept him busy every minute of the day, he was never too busy to help a student with whatever problems were facing him. His warm smile and friendly handshake have become a tradition all their own at Frederick and both have given many students the ambition to carry on and finish what they started. It is to Dr. Wood, the man who has been a source of inspiration, a dear friend, and helping hand when needed that we dedicate the 1966 DRIFTWOOD. fn.. Dr. Ernest R. Wood, President of the College and Acting Dean Lance Siedel is awarded a cum laude tassel at commencement. Board Ui irusiees Justice Lawrence W. I'anson, Choirrncn Portsmouth, Virginia G .' Mr. Fred W. Beazley Portsmouth, Virginia Trustees At Faculty Reception 18 I Mr. Joseph J. Quadros, Jr. Portsmouth, Virginia Trustees Mrs. Jewel A. Beazley Mr. John T. Kavanaugh Portsmouth, Virginia Dallas, Texas Mr. Malcolm F. Beazley, Jr. Portsmouth, Virginia Mr. Paul G. Blanford Portsmouth, Virginia Knot pictured! Mrs. Marie Beazley I9 iieileiielis llew President Dr. Ernest R. Wood President of the College and Acting Dean Ohio University, B.A. Ohio University, B.S. Clark University, M.A. C 2. 4 fb -. UI :J '4 O 'fs , 0 ' I O D ID go 'U Fl' U Mff..,..,......N Dr. and Mrs. Wood pose at home. 20 This year Frederick College was fortunate to have a person of the caliber at Ernest Wood to assume the position of leadership of the school. Dr. Wood has held both the job of Academic Dean and President of the College this year. Dr. Wood's varied background has served as a source of guidance and inspiration to the school during his administra- tion in both capacities. He was graduated from Ohio Uni- versity with honors. At Clark University Dr. Wood received his Masters degree and later earned a Ph.D. from the Univer- sity of Chicago. He is a leader in American education and has served with distinction in all phases,-teaching in the elemen- tary, secondary and college levels. He has done noted re- search in the fields of evaluation and educational measure- ment, and authored textbooks for educational use. He has served in the Ohio State Department of Education and with the U. S. Constitution Sesquicentennial Commission in Wash- ington, D. C. His administrative experience includes school superintendent, guidance director, college dean and college president. lldminislraliun Dr. Ernest R. Wood President of the College and Acting Deon A l L 1 . 5 l 5 i l . 5 . l i 1 ? I l 3 f ' 2 l -i -f l l 5 i 1 A ,. r l 1 l l .Xt , , ' :f I l s l Q , l NSS, 4 4' vx Linz D. Brown Jefblfle E. Bldil' Regigfrqr Director of Admissions Bethel Junior College, A-A U, 5. Military Academy, BUS. George Peobody College for Teachers, B.A., M.A Georgetown University, M.A. 2l Xwg we 5 Joseph H. Harkey Dean of Men Chowon College, A.A. University of South Carolina, B.A. University of Tennessee, M.A. 2? Hdminislraliun Vivian L. Gibson Dean of Women Womon's College, University of North Carolina, B.A. University of Alabama, M.A. ..., E 'fr- 'Tn -,Ns Dean Horkey confers with Marshal proctor, Jerome Strickland. 22 xx- M., FHCUHU s sf. .' A' , "" . Y,-,. iifzjf , . , 4 f ' 1 .1 ' i ,' , 4 'Y Q 2,- .. . zz 7'5- - -A . , - ' f" X' N gl 1 C li? 2 - fy 2 . 56' X 1: 'fgf :fs 5- J 1" uggvrvi Yi -i A , ' s 4121! ef. 'W I "3 , J A 5 - . Q ' . r PM ' W W2 ,V-,Ii-X N A . :,,2.1'Tf:1f: W L ,1., Meditations by Professor Daughtery. This teaching life is sure tough! i E lift? Dr. HemboId's day is over. rg wi r- 2 it M F Professor Marshall demonstrates the automa- tic Bat Language tutoring machine. In lllemonam News x 'S X X N QSQ XSSS ,xx X s QXQ s SX Xi Se bf X S X ce XX ret K Shen History De Marg of fT'lGf'l Xxx N Dr Cha """9ln.. Acting ir ed In this life it is often hard to be acquaint with a person who is a lady and a scholar and above all a friend Those of us at Frederick College had the opportunity in one brief year to associate with Dr Margret K Shen a ady whose life proved to be an inspiration to each l i l l l li ll is l i i l l 4 partment h person associated with her. we the students who learned so muc from her not only in history but also in the art of living life, leave Frederick and go on to whatever awaits us, the guidance and in spiration of a lady will be with us. 24 I i . , L X RX E 'RQ -, X NY- N- ,fre , ' ,sf Q si. - ssl -- , S Q i P is ,Q .X f V. r , - X , ,. . .ig Q " -, sw X I r ,Q Q gk - t. S+ ...XXX xxx? S , e X WX- XXX-. -' S me -X XXRN t .V 4 S Si-we ' " 5 XI L3 Wwe .1 , fl - V Nec X, 3 XX fx X ,gi X9 Q: Q ,Q X A 'S S QS' .itil-. Ss F X X, . t ,XX .Q ,. , ,N Q ,N ' lx , , f Q sk ,rig . . , , AS , , , . . . , l Dr. Raymond Morgan Division 00-uidinalois Q-g,f'57 ...J-""" Social Sciences Dr. Andrew Helmbold Philosophy and Religion ' '44 I . Q .i . 'xi X. ,'V! I' Arthur Withers Frank Madigan Communications Psychology and Physical Education 25 .. +fx91'?T5"f'K5"im Dr. Francis Brown Mathematics and Natural Sciences .ws iw'-f.Q?',.c3' iv. C:i'EZ-Yirmzy lhe iacullu Q A ,: , 1 -fx . ,px , v .5 sg? 5 r 5 A s s. X :ffm ey' Francis Brown Co-ordinator of Division of Mathematics and Natural Sciences Chairman Science Department Great Spiritual Conclave. Professor of Chemlslry wp. - :Z W-..., . 55: Zf'.k:-.7fl1" . wt 'WX' ,sh rl , ve X Philip Buchanan Assistant Professor of English University of North Carolina, B.A. University of Virginia, M.A, Mary A. Burr Assistant Professor of History Mary Baldwin College, B.A. University of Delaware, M.A. 26 Massachusetts Institute of Technology, B.S. Harvard University, M.S., Ph.D. ,PF F K.. M: r , A - N , -its .sfs r qrvf z- 'ri N' .El 5. I W. P. Covington, lll Associate Professor of Speech and Dramatic Arts University of North Carolina, B.A., M.A. ui Frederick College Y i 'fi Q l 'Q l A i Life must really be funny. Claude W. Crist, Jr. Assistant Professor of Geology Virginia Tech, B.S. University of Virginia, M.S. Francis Leo Daugherty Assistant Professor of English Western Kentucky State University, A.B. University of Arkansas, M.A. W1 if 'fc Egfiiiiiliif ' V . .1-Af1.9-..:-,aw.mf6zr'ww-ew: .45 deem,-,,.. f -im-Y 1- -.V if- -W f -"1,isE,'Mt-?f'3kl.:".f2 ' .zzz ' . i,,wWfy5?x:w4? ' f m: . ,i ' - 9, if ,.,.. . 5 ky. 1,929 , 1 ' 1737? ff 5' . R... . 64,3151 ' J f f ,f f ff' ' , ff Z , ,f w ,, 4 1,7 f y 412' 614 ,aff 0 fa I 74 !,f, 1:5 f , X If Cf? 1' C jaw W 2, Q4 f ' ,ZQMQM fp- ff 41 i if. ' f if f" fo 4 f o n v. Av gtk X F 4' , f f f 1 1 1 ,,,,. ' ' W 3? ' TF W f, . , I-:VIN U 41 ff! , , l 27 Dwight Ericsson Associate Professor of Religion San Diego State College, B.A. Bethel Theological Seminary, B.D. University ot Chicago, Ph.D. ' 2 1' I z 5211- '- if -i 1 WM- , 1, A I 7, - . .'fff1:7,fif'I1i:J ' fn. V 'iff 'l ' ,QQLEZW ,- M?" Dinarah Esteva Assistant Professor of Physics Vedada Institute, B.S. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, M.S. University of Havana, Ph.D. lhe iacullu nl mud fywpic I I w 4,1 Ginny Daugherty substituting for Daddy. -5 William Hasker Assistant Professor of Philosophy Wheaton College, A.B. Berkley Baptist Divinity School, B.D. University of Edinburgh, Ph.D. I Walter F. Harris Associate Professor of Modern Languages Wake Forest College, B.A. University of Virginia, M.A. 28 Samuel T. Hallman Assistant Professor of Psychology Wofford College, A.B. University of Tennessee, B.M. University of South Carolina, M.A. Andrew K, Helmbold Professor of Religion University of Dubuque, B.A. Mission Home Seminary, B.D. Dropsie College for Hebrew, Ph.D. frederick College 9 'i l Q2.:i?121i'5 Q, -ws xibwfwi-L eweesiees H ,, gAw,.- .2 ' ' . 'iii A fghfff A, 'wt - 3' .f s' 1 A .Q l , ' l l I 1 Robert F. Hodges Assistant Professor of Health and Physical Education East Carolina College, B.S,, M.A. V 11,1 1 Yagi 5 JQYTU W4f3?. 1" gf swemlffs- s " - -. 'V , ,gE?E?R3Yl , ,zjij , . ??wi?fffpf12-J '-'A' egg 5 ' . e,, V,g5yf .fy l l Baron J. R. von Reinhold Jamesson Associate Professor of History and Anthropology Hobart College, A.B. I' fx Wilmer 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 "No! We used your credit card." 29 , . ..1-,.y-:,4:,5.1'ry:j.5sgZ:-11: "Ez?E'i5f V . . ' .4 i' " " 4','-fQ' er i is .V l ' , , 1 l l i lv s, Prof. Mandell ponders biology test. -2 . A : 15 " - ' 'ffepflitfsfiaefst 5 'I Ea5Q,:,,,,. -.1-5-41 2, '?gvQ "A"':"f'li99 ' "" -. E i s . ' -' 5 zrgsggmpaqv i X ' ' . .. fma.,e,94:5:2 . ,a 'r -1 Q -2,.,:S- - ,:f:,'f.':9p.-nfs, 4.-if::...f::,.:,-QLQQ5' 4 'rf 2'.3'-w,1f.a2:-six- '-s 3- -. :-' -6.2.1, '- :lm f- ?:.fs:':fi--ifffz -wet:-:.55:9 X ti i """'A"f"'i' 2 1 . 2 R H Jack R. Kidd Associate Professor of English Randolph-Macon College, A.B. George Peabody College, M.A. Richard L. Lage Assistant Professor ot Physical Education Lenoir Rhyne College, A.B. East Carolina College, M.A 30 lhe laculiu ul v,,.:r, 9?'.jf!,,I ' ' ' 'M' "ef -' ' H' - H, f V, 'A '11 ' "- 'Liv' X' JE, .,V' .X f, .- Robert N. Joyner Assistant Professor of Mathematics East Carolina College, B.S., M.A. Frances McDonald Associate Professor of Business Administration East Carolina College, B.S., M.A. frederick College 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 Biology Holy Cross College, B.S. University of Virginia, M.Ed. l I And what makes your clay so cheerful, Sir? ' ' sf'- X. sb so gf. Robert Marshall Associate Professor of Spanish Guilford College, A.B. George Peabody College for Teachers, M.A. 31 A 2.1 x V' 23? V f D 1 1.-6-wh I, 32 . -4 ,wall fd -,..sg ,, 51 W f WW.. . I ' " 3 ,-,-ef..-5:-f--f,z,5.w-sus4-4:--f-4,1-Vw - V' V. , ,f W. 4,1..,.,,:.,V-,-,Cs 1 , V , . ,V sg- .gl ' in . . V C1 ur' fg1'.':f.1"-7' V, :I-"W ' ,:L:,"1 ' ' ' ' 43322 : ' . :ll--1 wr: - of A le- if-Q' V' -, " . ,Z-f If Q . F" gb, V .5 ts,-jr-In f ll it Richard B. Miller Assistant Professor of History Colgate University, B.A. Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy CTufts Universityl, M.A. Now how can l work the Civil Wor into my Beowulf" lecture?" 'i-f':ST:55's.'2lS Z-251.521-irii wi f fl F N D 9' ,g i 5551 33 it , 1 l Frederick W. Patterson Acting Head of Math Department, Associate Professor Lafayette College, B.A. West Virginia University, M.S, lhe Facullu oi 3g,44Z:1:Z6zEf?'iE'f: e ,f s - 1: W' " f ' ' ,J "VV ' ' f . 57' 2 g , 5 l Raymond W. Morgan Professor of Business Administration State College, Indiana, Pennsylvania, B.S. University of Pittsburgh, M.E., Ph.D. i 1 Vernon Morgan Associate Professor of French Stetson University, B.A. Southern Baptist Seminary, B.D., Th.M. Charles E. Payne Professor of Spanish Chairman of Department of Modern Languages Perkinston Junior College, A.A. 5 University of Southern Mississippi, BA. , K La Universidad Interamericona, I MA., Ph.D. 32 Frederick College A f A Harry T. Rinehart, Jr. Instructor of Psychology Bridgewater College, B.A. University of Kentucky, M.A. Q , - f fs'wx'g", " ' :.,. , .A A 1 F ,P : .:1. a,2:'. y , -f ,, is . . 3:21 V. , Russell E. Sloan Assistant Professor of Business Administration and Economics Vanderbilt University, B.A., M.A. - .cf im ., 'B .egzwuzxf - .-12 .1 ,, 9 Q55 4' .1 Q4- ?fezf:yfss129v':.'w2: -1' . X ' 'f -eavf ff' . , an y ,,,, . - 5 'x e Q: l,. A ' " " 'Q V f 4 . ,.v f Stanley Rolo Associate Professor of Chemistry Lwow Institute of Technology, Poland North Carolina State College Pennsylvania State University University of California, B.S., M.S. E. Murray Rudisill, Jr. Assistant Professor of Mathematics North Carolina State College, B.S. University of North Carolina, M.A. "No, class! l'm supposed to win." 33 "It must have been the punch." 599 3...-eewu Robert C. Stapleton Associate Professor of History Acting Chairman of History Department Syracuse University, A.B. M.A. 'Ni W.--' Patricia Stauffer Associate Professor of Health and Physical Education West Virginia University, B.S. East Carolina College, M.A. 34 w-' lhe lacullu nl I . " JL - Asi f- I -r fs- I '-.. C, ' . A , ,gg 1 fi 3 , ' ' 2 of-......,w fi? 'Q 73W if 2 ,- 1.-. Mr , , . - -e.::f-gg, ,Q .g f 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, K ,Y "WfWf'fzrril5' 1 . 11 Q .. Nz ,ar fl 'S -'--', 1 ,ffvgf t.,., . Joseph L. Stevens Professor of German and Political Science Duke University George Washington University, M.C.L. University of Vienna, Ju.D. Frederick College l Wayne Tipps Assistant Professor of Music Middle Tennessee College, B. Mus, Ed. George Peabody College for Teachers, M.A., Mus, Ed. "O.K., you guys! Shape up or ship out." , x ,ff , '4v' 'R LJW QY Lucille E. Vintson Associate Professor of English Huntingdon College, B.A. University of Michigan, M.Ed. 35 1, ja Ellis Tucker Acting Librarian University of Mississippi Louisiana State University B AE M Ralph L. Warren Associate Professor of Chemistry Duke University, AB East Carolina College, MA TW lhe lacullu ul Frederick College -N... ., 1 211.53 'if:f'fI2:':- . T571-S... - 4+1.'.':4-1':-15.,": -...-.gsm .,,, , A H af-C' And a voice came from heaven . . . OOPS!" ' 1 l i' : -1 X A ,. , Milton G. Wetherington Associate Professor of Physical Education East Carolina College, B.S., M.A. . ex'-Zin . 1 ,tw we - il ." "tiff:-1.. , gel" Anita W. Withers Assistant Professor of Psychology and Education High Point College, A.B. Presbyterian School of Christian Education, M.A. University of North Carolina, M.Ed. 36 .df vw-MXN A- me fl: .13 A WK - 'rlv Y N .lr",v. " A fi 1 1 Norman H. Weems Associate Professor of Biology Middle Tennessee State College, B.S. George Peabody College for Teachers, M.A. . .,,. ,V . ..,, . Jw, F V,Q.,-i:.1L-iii,f:Q2rf..1'f Q f i- ' - A Q' N z n .Sift N ' .. w- . 5. , x. JJ' ' ' - v Rep . Q. A . ' S-'SFA .5 K E Arthur S. Withers Professor of English Co-ordinator of Communications Division Emory and Henry College, B.A. Vanderbilt University, M.A. -Q1.,i,,: N .,, -.N.,, s 3 N x -Xing-v .:--f.-A X V. X Esc' g -3-:zz-,V Frederick llnlleqe Slall Mr. John Adams Security Officer Mrs. Rosa Bain Supervisor, Godwin Hall Mrs. Edith Ball Manager of Laundry Mr. Harold Ball Carpentry Superintendent Mrs. Berline Blanchard Secretary to Social Deans Mr. Neil Bledsoe Assistant Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds I ,ne ag, 19, , ' 6 .5X K? x Q!!!- lti 5 lvl Dean Meadows, Barber, cuts Professor Sloan's hair. mm? Y vt-. . ' vw' -H he ---as v. F Sv' , ... gy we . .t-1 N ,cf ,, .--,, 5, N, 1 X -S515 ,,--- ar- ' 1 ff S ,sv rc . " ' ,Xwp 1 4, .f , , , V+... -.-UN ,,V,A in 4 All I O' 'E Mr. William Burden Mrs. Martha Cameron 'V Superintendent of Buildings Secretary to the President ' f' and Grounds Mrs. Mary Castellanos Mr. R. C. Freeman Bookkeeper Assistant Librarian E ,'.A Q in g.giE1:'i ' ,f ' P gt, .V'1f,'.,.:? t ---'. ,l W,-A ,I " V... , jf. W In in-3 I ,,- ,..'. - . r .. M ,,A,' sf t E .1 Mr. John Gilmore Mrs. W. A. Haerr Mrs. Alice Iceman Gatekeeper Secretary to Academic Dean Bookkeeper Mrs. Martha Jones, iR.N.l Nurse f- - rv u. Mrs. Grace Pulley Secretary to Registrar John Stauffer takes time out from running "Lion's Lair" to do some light work. 'YS J Y 'x ,fs 53 Mrs. Sandra Poole Mrs. Lellon Rainer Mrs. Eunice Ward Mrs. Ralph Warren Secretary to Director Supervisor of Eggleston Supervisor of Collins Hall Bookkeeper of Admissions Hall Mr. William A. White Mr. Nothing, Campus Morale MPS- C- R01-'l'-lei MTS- E- Simms Supervisor of Bain Hall Booster. Dietitian Secretary to Librarian 39 1 f., 4 x A, , XA xx X ,-V..-,.. I . . . .SEAN C wf,:w.' "3'.' w Q1 A fl' - 1 'via 4.15 ' ,-'T s' '-I - '1"L A . Ir 6, 6 PTM " r M AI - 4 .Jw Ml! ,u 1 f. Jnt"'.'l'- Q' xv' . . , .f .. . A - 1 : 1 4 . l'l . . 414 -is ' . 9 . Q : ,Q A 1 ' .' ,. . rs"'f'vf.,, HFS' N1- , - al 5 M . Q q ' 4 ' I 5 " A . ,-l I x 4 fm, . 9 . ,- , ,h A, , e -' , 1 ,. QS' x --gm' 'I' .1 ' T' .1 -3: - F ' .'f'f'-" iv :W " '..o 'Q s , .- . . .4 ,. , .-Jn.. 1 , 5 ,- ' ff -1' . f' . 11- -U 1' .1 ' '. N 1 D V I I I Q-. .. k . A 'Q Q 'I 'RM "wi " Y ' r y . n , V "Y . 4 sn. g.-.'1- M' , L- 1 . .' ' '- Q, ' 5. r . 1- , . , A 5 W - MN M 'f s I ,' ' 1 wg" , -' 115,-' ,' ' ' 'IN ., , 'V ,-A Av- , ' . w 9 , . 2 . Q lug: .. I. l AA lliv' X , Q? gm . 5- .1 K U x h M 245 .. m -' - A 1" A H J-' " . A A L.-fr., , ,-a . I. rs.,',- V- " :,- "-PT 5 9' -1Hfzm,.i N 5 - . , ,: . .- . . .. . ,M U T- I A V Q, -:V -'- rn- 'Q ' , Jw- 4 N: IAN. , l. 'K X 1 ., , . Ii ' ' 2" v M , r v Q ,. 5 Q I sg- i' 4, 'N - , If 4 6' ' -X., ' ' V V fv ,,, W.. . 1W4:gS'f 'G' "'l"IWil9. James Bailie President "H2ff'rwW ' ,.'---::j135i.:1" "" iff -if? ,21'iM.-fzrfffizi .. .Zz . ,Q .. 'ww ,J .. X -.227 er.s4-ggosw-1-1- Q-'-' -: :,4f:'-1:-f 2314 , wx' 'o,::- --77132 1.f.Z5lk'5' -51' 95-423' '- - Q, .ii-f. ' 5 , I ' - ' " 1142111115921.1:-,Q -' -' wi K 1 i 5 Jack Kepler Vice President WCW' Marcia Peece Robert Mertig Secretary Treasurer Frederick College will some- day be a fully accredited institu- tion and it will be through the efforts of these people, the grad- uates of Frederick, and their suc- cess in the outside-world that this will be made possible. Through- out their four years as students they have made many wholesome contributions to the School and now, as graduates, we wish them success in whatever they attempt. Seniors EDWIN MARSH ADAIR Major: English Minor: Speech and Dramatic Arts Frederick Players: Alpha Sigma Delta Fraternity: Christian Student Union: lntramurals. 1' - i z ' ' 'vi 53-531 I'::3-311:212,:w11.1.f'-.'-'Qsi-':r:4:3325 - -,. f 41' Jai' figgywgf rp.,-gi-.,1:g1,V-mg:iii.,-:43f5,g:. . rr-2-virw"'1z -9' as a. :--- -... . x '94 -W-ff' ..-ff1'r?-5'5l4wgZ?5'-f3-v---X'-V-1.9--41+ ' ' - I ' ' 1 '- A- ' " 'i' N f 1.52 42 " " 'fy-a:FfaEasel-z21'2e?l:::'2i'W'2A I 1.-5 f"f:T:: .5351 . ,ai ., 5 ' . 123. 4252193 -5:QgE1'jZ'-5,,:vj1j.', I A ,. . .3 fag If ,- Nxeswl--1.9 , x ,yffam "If X. 3, 4 xo 7 or ' Q , K 4 s fx MJ V+ .ef W' 4 Y ' ew., Q ,f 'igfgsii vi ,,, 4 "ry.'ff'-' Nj' fg- 4 Q, 4 M 9 , , 4 3 2 1 1-4 Phi 4' K X QM ,s P3 , fig .4 .,x gg , X X M Z Q 6 ,s J? cf W ' Q S , N Q S s. "4 ' Q 95" an ss-1393 2 4 is , I 'fs ,cuff 1 W M , 'wx :YJ mi W-sf-fam-5" , X- L, 'i'53'- wi Zigi'- 1.. , , I b ' .iff - ' if I . . ,... . -1 . Q 5' .ag .x s.,,-,,., Q, 4. Q f ' ' vf' R ,Q its L I , , Q V 'rg . . GRAHAM ADDISON BALDERSON JR. Maior: Mathematics Minor: Biology JAMES MATTHEW BAILIE Major: Biology Minor: Chemistry 8. Psychology Vice president of Inter-Fraternity Council: Phi Alpha Pi Fraternity: President of Senior class: Social Chairman of S.G.A,: Dean's List: Asso- ciate Editor of Merrimac: Intramurals. r 4135: , 1 .ji Q 1. -3 i, JEAN BARTE Major: Business Administration Minor: English Sigma Delta Phi Honorary Fraternity: lntramu- IMPS Fraternity: Newman Club: Intramurals. rals: Christian Student Union. 43 l n TVN M592 .wif I i f flzff' " 5- - X5-S532 ,, 1, NOW, for my next act . - , if fm' f"',, - , 1' ' ' T,. r A I .I-.bwi?5??fwZ"fS1-iw" '4'-'f f ' N , 1 r 1, gg34.f,j2fiQ:2xr1'.:'-'21-' -4 . ,:,1W4.,.f- Mg-.. H 1 J j:3yZ92:Z4:f:4Qv':-'-151 :I ' A- 1' - .-... .- 4123231:5.x,yxg,::5:gg-553 ' , ':.'1:E:'-:Zim ll 1 ' x . A1 ,,....-..,.-04.1.1 .15 .,1 JOHN BATTENFIELD IV Maior: English Minor: Biology Editorial staff of Literary Magazine: co-editor of the Jetsum: Editor of the MERRIMAC for two years: Phi Alpha Pi: charter member of Philoso- phy Club: Senior Class representative to S.G.A.: Student Public Relations: Honorable Mention Dean's List. 5 'ff 1 ...ng ' Viv'-'.. 1 ii ., i 'YY bl l Q .. --7 li M gi li l l i i i 5 l L , ,-- 5 . - 1 f of 4, ' "5" ' 7 HOWARD BLACKMAN Major: Business Administration Minor: History Alpha Sigma Deltag Basketballp Intramurals. ,p-.A .nw f-3 JUDITH LEE BLOODGOOD Moior: Physical Education Minor: Psychology Kappa Sigma Phig Pan-Hellenic Councilg Big Sister Organizatiang Women's Intramural Direc- torg S.V.E.A.g Merrimcic, Exchange Editor. S 1 r .J Studying deficiencies in the sex life of the male frog. 1.4. 2.29 Z4 JOHN LAURENS BOWERS DONALD J. BRAULT Maior: Business Administration Moior: History Minor: English Minor: English I l Bandg Intramurals: Newman Club: Honorable Philosophy Clubg Driftwood: Dean's Last Mention Decm's List. 44 FRED WILLIAM BRITTON, JR. Maior: Physical Education Minor: History Sigma Phi Alpha, President: Footballg All-State Football Team. ALAN BRUCE CAPLAN Maior: History Minor: Psychology German Club, Treasurer and Program Chairmang lghilosophy Clubp Sigma Phi Alpha: Marching and. l it Seniors f GUY LEWIS BUFFONE, JR. ALTON BUSH Major: History Major: Biology Minor: English Minor: Chemistry Intramural Baseball and Footballg S.V.E.A.g Phi Phi Kappa Beta Fraternityg Christian Student Kappa Beta: Newman Club. Uniong French Award of Merit. FITZ ORMAN CLARKE, JR. JOHN GIBSON COTTINGHAM Mqjorg English Major: Religion Minor: Psychology Minor: Philosophy and Psychology Student Virginia Education Association. Tau Sigma Chip Football 45 Q: , ,, 1 Q " , ., 'fr ' " a.,,.- ' -Us ' '..ff'.:-::.1'52:.. - 1.:ff.4,s:- 37 --.v,, -Q ' :41p-:ug!--,z:::2g',:g- :gy f ,. - -, 4 . ' 'Wav' if, . ' - - . ' W . : i f ' ss. -Qffrfff-w ia .fp7g,w:--54:41-1 1'-if,-, .. re- :vs .. . :.: rr ifsrzms. .,,f:,ff. -if f ., -. T I-i'1fffii?15j'5-1I1ffi'iEf'1E: -, ,ne -i . 41:4 31'-,35::m1E6g2945E.gig., is- - ,. - v,.g:,.s,g,.,-,4..:g V , ., '::,.:,:.,..::'i::f1:,. V, ,. 3'-C. . f , r ai . ' 1 VA,, .. 1 N 4 I J "g if-f" . 'IW HERBERT PAUL CUMMINS Major: English Minor: History Phi Alpha Pig Baseballg Literary Magazine: Drift- wood: Merrimocg Frederick Players. 2 il" " -, -,-mi-1 2 1: 11 1- WILLIAM L. DALEY Major: U.S. History Minor: Political Science Alpha Sigma Deltag Student Virginia Education Associationg Baptist Student Union. EMILY SHERRILL DIGGS Major: English Minor: Psychology Gamma Zetag Frederick Plcyersg Choirg Madri- galsg May Courtg Pon-Hellenic Councilg Big Sis- ter Organization. VICKIE DUDLEY Maior: History Minor: Psychology Gamma Zetag Choirp Christian Student Uniong Methodist Student Movementg Student Teacher. Seniors DONNA DAY Major: Physical Education Minor: Psvcholooy Gamma Zetag Patten Hall Housemotherg Girls lntramuralsj Christian Student Union. I i I I' i l A PURVIS LEE EDWARDS Major: Physical Education Minor: History Football, All-State, Honorable Mention AlI-Ameri- can, McDonald Trophy, Co-Captaing Intramural Wrestling. 46 l "in, K . ' '11-lug? So I' - may w- .fu 11 tee: vfiff -' 45115 " ,V . I , A , - ..--41... Just taking it easy between classes. BOBBY RAY ELLIS Major: Physical Education Minor: History lntramuralsp Basketball: Baseball. JAMES W. ELLIS HOPE FAULKENBERRY ROBERT THOMAS FERGUSON Major: Psychology Major: English Major: Math Minor: English Minor: History Minor: History Phi Alpha Pip Tennis Team: Christian Student Gamma Zeta Sororityg Girl's Intramurals. Football: Tau Sigma Chig lntra-Fraternity Council Uniong Baptist Student Uniong lntramuralsg Trackg Fraternity League Basketball. 47 NH' JOAN PHYLLIS FINCH Maior: Psychology Minor: English Lambda Tau Omegag Pan-Hellenicg Treasurer of Sophomore Class: Cheerleaderg Homecoming Courfg Intramurals. KENNETH G. GARRETT Major: Physical Education Minor: History Tau Sigma Chi: Football: Track. 48 0 0 0 You English majors find the symbolism in this! MARTIN E. GREEN Major: History Minor: English. Driftwood Editor two years: Merrimac Features Editor: SGA Representotiveg lntramuralsg Grand Chancellor and Charter Member of Phi Alpha Pi Fraternityg Literary Magazineg Head Photo- graphic Staffg President Bain Hall i62-635 63-6431 Editor of Jetsem U964-651 German Club: lnter-Fraternity Council. f 'ii' SANDRA LOY GILLIS Major: Psychology Minor: Spanish Kappa Sigma Phip Eggleston Dormitory Govern- mentg lntramuralsg Homecoming Queen 64-655 Sigma Phi Sweetheartg Senior Class Officer. JANICE FAYE HAMMOND Major: Psychology 8. Education SGAg Baptist-Student Uniong Christian Student Uniong Big Sisterg Student Virginia Education Associationg E. K. Club. 49 Seniors .:eW21nif"" if-1 ff iv ' TQ -W ' 'f"' b ff f fu?f,:'f ' f f' -' '-'1f?241'7 ' ' "Ui ,1 475, 'gf f..ff1,. 1-' , 75? -6. f- .-Lv., , ., . 2:2 ' ' ' ' -39:92 . ,Q-f2Y'f1'Yij'P' 5: 5 3 I 4 if f ' s A V "N--mf I HENRY DUNCAN GREEN, IV Major: Business Administration Minor: Spanish A Spanish Clubg Westminster Fellowshipg Alpha Phi Omega National Service Froternityg Dean's Listg Tennis. X GARLON WINFREY HANEY Maior: History Minor: Political Science Manager, Basketball 8 Trackg Alpha Sigma Del- tap German Clubg Secretary of Sophomore Classg Vice President Junior Class. ' i - "7 T 1491, c - - 5151'f'tgf:Ef2Q.f4s2,:!fsl'l.Z?414: if ., ,"'5M f.w'?. if ' W' 1' on I ,. ' lf ff' " , cf,f?nfff?2f,m.7' .,.,f+f.r,4f1-Mfr,.z2ff,4ff..,aww 1...-rc,:iiWi.g-,-..w'fS,f.f-f I 1 I an .Wafyf -- ., .-.ffwfw jyfwwf, "' - 1.1. -fy 13:4 ,Qf ,, , f fb! ,I 'r -' fr .A A , -zmnv.-m.v.q4-'-..ff -fp' is - . dmc. .wr , ., ff 2 ,,, awfff 11:-.r-..,vfw'.' ,ff ff " p"2af'i+:Y:f:41'g'f ' K ' j11e'f',3"':"fArif'-f:ff1 2,S,w,:Jf3fnw+. S . ydhnfrfr-2-1-f-f.: -4- f,1...' I 13. ,M l ., , 4, ,fx "fm are fimE1:".1" '- ' -4 ' " fx, 4 1:94. - , , iz "fam:-tgp. . , - 'r ' ,, 1 -:swf . ,awe - V ,X 1, f , ,fw J: . - . 2 ,,.fvQ'fg 5:3 1, ,fi Q ' 1 1 , , A f . - , Q, ,- ., if 'I x.'.,v , i ,- I ,, ,fn --Mauna . Tlflfii 1251523-:I , - , ,, A ff- - I . THOMAS G. HAWKINS EDWARD HUBBARD FRANK MILTON IZENOUR. JR Major: Physical Education Maior: Business Administration Major: History Minor: History Minor: Psychology Minor: Political Science - Footballg lntramuralsg Christian Student Uniong Tau Sigma Fraternityj Dean's Listg Intramurals. Tau Sigma Chi Fraternityg Intramurals Rep ' ' ' ' ' ' Cl b Sigma Phi Alpha Fraternity. l.F,C., Rep. S.G.A., Traffic Court, German u , Philosophy Clubg Honorable Mention, Dean's List ARCHIE DEVEROW JOHNSON Ill Major: Psychology Minor: English I ' S WILLIAM JACOB JOHNSON Major: Business Minorz English Intramuralsg Psychology Clubj Circle K Club' l3.S.U.g Dorm Officerg Judo Tearng Student Teach- ing: Student Virginia Education Association. Intramural Baseballg Merrimac Staff, That's what we call confidence! 50 Seniors L.-g. . , 'I 4.4.1 2.1: 1, ' "9 'Q ff f'f4fwjff.i, g 2.53 .. 4 -:.:,:5j,.1f2-?jhgQv.g.,f '- -:.73:.::Q,y.i.-V , ig L . gl.. 'n ' " 51. ...Q ,, .. .... - 4L.,:gfx5:v,g?f,A 4 ,V ' ' 'HEP' 4 JE' ffm- Q +23 . 1-it 955, ie -4' ,W r,, 4 A3 1, Iam" ' 4 ' 2, Y 7 Q ,Kiss . Fixx, 9, 'k I, J 1 fy n ls "r - I. JEAN MEREDITH JONES ROBERT KASH Things look much better up here! Major: Education 8. Psychology Major: Business Administration lntramuralsg Girl's Basketball Teamp Big Sister Minor: Psychology Organizationg Dormitory Government: S.G.A.5 Dormitory Proctorg Intramurals. Kappa Sigma Phi Sorority. KX ' , i E1 . i CHARLES E. KELLY JOHN EDWARD KEPPLER JAMES MILTON KINLAW Major: Mathematics Major: History Major: Psychology Minor: Psychology Minor: Political Science Minor: Business Phi Alpha Pi Fratemityg Comptrollerg lntramu- Intramural Football, Basketball, Softball: Jr. Trackg Tennis. ralsg Newman Club. glass S.G.A. Rep.: V. Pres. Senior Classy Dorm roctor. Sl Manual Therapy for "The Troops." ,A f- :I-9 . . -. -- 5 51111. if:-.'f,5z.f2f":'2f'9Ih ' P,"'f'yfs2,WV4e9ff:f22.:s1-- I N . -' :-5355-12v'.f::x:'255lM:a-Q . ' :., -Q. ., J. .5 - - -a-,.,s:gf: 3,,,g,g -a- . . , is -- H 'f--:Ka 1 A-'W ,gg L, - j ff .gig .- ' A ,f I 5113-13- f, GQRDON ROBERT MCCOURT Major: Business Administration Minor: Psychology President of SGA5 President of Junior Clczssp Secretary of Alpha Sigma Delta Fraternityg SGA Representativeg lntramuralsg IFC Rep, Seniors A 3 V :-e:.gfx?im '- J. , - 4 4 ,. - A ...-1,1444 v f- ,f 7 ..- v -. .-.Y . , -:yAg,5fp,z.':s,.v1,' ' 1 . -A ' ' .' Q-.4 , V . W E-. it ' , --I-1-f-ffl!! Q, --'V -""" .-. l S ,i GERALD A. LACERTE MALLORY WAYNE LAWRENCE Major: Biology Mciiori Biology Minor: Psychology Minor: Psychology Phi Alpha Pi Fraternityg lnframuralsg Philosophy lntramuralsg Phi Kappa Beta Fraternity. Clubg Dean's List. JEAN SHARON MADDY Major: Religion Minor: Music Concert Choirg Women's Chorusg Madrigalsg Big Sisters Orgonizationg Honorable Mention, Dean's Listg Homecoming Court, Sophomore Year. "Where Are My People?" 52 MRS. BARBRA E. MANDELL Major: Mathematics Minor: Biology Dean's List. GARRISON L. MERRILL, JR. Major: English Minor: History T.K.D.5 Christian Student Uniong Angry Young Meng Baptist Student Uniong E.K, Clubg Footballg Basebollg Alpha Phi Omega. SARAH MANN Major: History Minor: Psychology Student Teachingg Christian Student Union: Women's Intramurals. ROBERT MERTIG Maior: History Minor: Political Science Merrimac Staffg Tennis Teamg Senior Class Treasurerp Traffic Court Justice. 53 KENNETH SHIREL MARSHALL Major: History Minor: English 4 4 A Alpha Phi Omegag Sound Crew, Praiectionist. l THOMAS LEE MILLEN Major: Math Minor: History and Psychology Phi Alpha Pi Fraternityg Dean's List: Dormitory Proctorg Intramurals. -,Q - Q Q 'Aff " ,as , 1.15 - 'ee -zf-ws. 6,5 . 4-r ' Sl ff -s. - .ai xx- 0 N IQ, 'M I y..tclS't:'i:- - 32:1 5-ui-ig X X X X s m ils wx r- . 9 2155 Z.:-. DONALD E. MINER Major: History Minor: English f M 124.-210,144 f fiifiif' ' " ' fff .-41:90 7 ' cf ' . Lezggff 1 " Q' . " ' ' "tt-i'::7'.f'E'f1i"f jf X iq., 'R '- ' an .- V. ,.r: - xiii: - '.-sg, 1- ROBERT ALLEN MOYERS Major: History Minor: English Chief Justice of SGA: Intramurals: Alpha Phi B,S.U.,Choirg C.S.U.g Frederick Players. Omega Service Fraternity. AGB GBE? BARBARA JEAN OVERMAN Major: Business Education Minor: Psychology Big Sisters Organizationg Gamma Zeta Sorority: Young Republiccn's Club: Student Virginia Edu- cation Associationg Dean's List: Dorm Officer. .IUDITH FAYE OVERMAN Major: Spanish Minor: History Intramurals: Methodist Organization: Young Re- publican's Club: Gamma Zeta Sororityg Student Virginia Education Association: Dorm Officerg Big Sisters Organization: Dean's List. 54 and PATRICIA D. MURPHY Major: Psychology ' Minor: History Kappa Sigma Phi Sororityg Women's Intramurals: Homecoming Court: Sweetheart of SVEAg New- man Club. vs, g 5 .ogg Ii l x jg.. PAUL LINCOLN OWENS Major: Biology Minor: Business Alpha Phi Omega Fraternity, Sigma Delta Phi Fraternity: Band: Circle K Club, 2.+g2Ei":f.'sL. 'i ..i:,- f-ii.:-Q1 . ig 5.3-'-1'::s.i1-.V 4, l,s:: 'v,,..'.'-3 tg"J53.1-9.vss'z,'iz:.1':z: ,1 . gym? 055' r U "l9i"f -'.'-,.-'3- W, ffl' T., 2507, .v-, 1 V-fs ' ,JW A ,Q Y , ffff ffgw' ' 1 Glu ian Q 4 -. X K' W Q ef r H ,, ..-. Qgf , lxqvlvzvz 2-' 7 ,ij ..: ELVIRA PARDAL HERMAN D. PASCHALL Major: English Maior: Business Administration Minor: Mathematics Minor: History Student Virginia Education Associationg Newman Christian Student Uniong Circle Kg Bookstore Clubg Gamma Zeta. Wheelg Intramurals. ffisi-aff-.wg 11.522 Y' l KERMIT G. PASCHALL MARCIA ELOISE PEELE Major: Business Administration Maior: English Minor: History Minor: Psychology Circle K5 Christian Student Union: lntramuralsg lntramuralsg Kappa Sigma Phi Sororityg Dorm Newman Club. Ofticerg Big Sister Organizationg Junior Class Secretaryg SGA Secretaryg Cheerleadersg BSU. 55 Seniors ,ai if Si -X ' .rgiv 1 X ' i X ii ln physical education students learn good sportsmanship. Seniors 1-' fe:-saf: 2' W, V 'Y --s,,4s,y,ga'f . -1,- lf. -1 Q , ,..,., ,,.., , ,. , .f . ,. .. 11' 'mf' ' sg-,WZ5 fy ' ,wars ! If 4 4 K Y ? Q' f 6 X' Q f-f , 2 4 I 5 , f GLORIA F. PHELPS LEON B. POTTER THOMAS M. RAINES, JR. Major: English Major: Physical Education Major: English Mlnofi Hi5f0l'Y Minor: Psychology Minor: History B.S.U., Y.W.A., Intramurals. Footballg Trackg Christian Student Uniong Fel- Christian Student Uniong Canterberry Club Presi- lowship of Christian Athletes, dentg Merrimclcp Literary Magazine. X2 ,t ,:- A, M -. ',:N- ' . , -r fs, 115254.-'3f,g.':,:iff:.r1-- .- - - - ' ,A . ff--g -. . azz:-1gf:f.g " ' ,,,.,..,:.,,.:.,.g.- il -.Q-M-A-,z ,:.1-+ f:-:fi-f-.v, is I as-sq gmt,-s, . A, ,,.,. V- - .-,1,,,,1.f, , 5 t 21i?azE5.?2iss,1 V - 41- . - 3-vw.-Q., :- P Qwxl ' 5: "'I'fi:31'iff 1 ' f .. jf? " ' A xx wt 1 Ns 2 Maier. Psygfcicolgtstfg-dlffil RHODES CHRISTOPHER PETER ROLA- ROBERT A. ROMERO , uca ion ' - . - Merrirrmc Staffg Student Virginia Education As- Mmm. Bi0IOgyscZUsTcIEwIcz gljggitry Sccmhon' Minorg Chemistry Sigma Delta Phig Honorary Fraternityp Men's Tennis Team: Newman Club. lntramuralsg Newman Club. 56 f gn ngjkfvfii V-Hi fn 5"47'1,i5" Wi? I 3' ,J Z: fri! :ffm y f ' 'wtf' f , 414' ,V fi ,gg fy 4' 2 W 244 ' V 25? A 2' 1 Q , W W, if If . 22555 f zff LV Y ' ':. ., . gf! +11 f -' s f C " ' fi f iw , , ,. -fi ff 1 .f -. V 659, 5 "H 'iw' f"'Y '. "' '51 r , -f A . ,Lg 441.0 -I- fq, 9 .'i' 'f' , ' .'. , -. .- -1-'--'1.v:, "'-' ,yy 24 'ff -If '-j'-gin? if-' .G fr' " 'ttf ,Y f' nv., t 3, +I, I ' n f fi' 4512 ..-my 'gif , 1 qw, ' 1 , X fi gfiif - in 1 i .94 , , I , wc- 14.322-3,7541 ,- ,44 fn, A I ,,.iQ-439.211 i .fi 4" jg"Z.fz,: P , f Q- , '-'ffl ' .-Y. - ,' . ,gy-5',gZg4v:Q-y ' 4- '- 1: "ig 1, 5 I' A A 4 , , - gt ,U V, ., V! f' ff ff ,V 4' ff PETER EDWARD SCHRYVER Major: U.S. History Minor: English All lntramurcilsg Merrimacg Driftwoodg Phi Alpha Pi Fraternity. :ff , 4: I 1 1 GERALD N. SHELL Major: Business Administration Minor: History Vice President SGAg Co-Captain Basketball Teamg Alpha Sigma Delta Fraternztyg Philosophy Clubg Traffic Court Justiceg President Sopho- more Classy Intramuraisg IFCQ SGA Class Repre- sentative. t 11-if-of---. -f'-,r:- ------ ff, 7-.ge af W 42-www .,,, fy, .. ,MW ,.4 l..,. ,f, . 1.551 y 1 MQf,,,i.,j,f 53f2P.2,,':j ' 1' ,. . 1 ', ' 54, 113- ,-5 f 1f:gtn1vfgfZP'g,'j,,' ,?f".ff1'1'21'5?F'ZViffl' "" 1 I' 'Rl ' ' , 'bfgfff IWW' '?4ZQi.4"'fQZQfZjf?Q -1 H .ww .-.I+ ,, 4:6922 4: ,-gyff ELEANOR E. SINKAVICH ARTHUR D. SMITH CARMINE THOMAS SOMMA JR MOiOI'Z Cl'19mlSfI'Y Major: Physical Education Major: Chemistry Q MiFl0f1 PSYCVTOIOQY Minor: Biology Minor: Psychology ACGCIQYTIY of MGN1 Gnd SUGHCEZ SOUV HOUV HOST' Tau Sigma Chi Fraternityg Football Equipment President German Clubg President Academy of ESS of the YSGVI GUVS lV1fl'OfYlUfGlSi Pl'lil0S0DhY Managerg SGA Representativep lntramurals. Science and Mathj Sigma Phi Alpha Fraternity Clubj Christian Student Unionj BUTSCIY of ll'Y1D5 Newman Clubj Deqn'5 Listj Judo Team Track Fraternity. Team. Why doesn't she tell us that one? ROBYN R. STANEK Major: English Minor: Education Gamma Zeta Presidentg Women's Intramurals Christian Student Uniang Student Virginia Edu: cation Associatiorig Marianne Faithful of Freddy- ville. 58 WALTER J. STENCIL Maier: Business Administration Minor: Psychology lmps Fraternity: Intramurals. I 5 its WALTER M. THOMPSON, JR. Maior: Business Administration Minor: Psychology JOHN R. TAYLOR Major: Physical Education Minor: Psychology Football: Track: Sigma Phi Alphai Christian Stu- dent Union. Psychology Club: Intramurals. i Dean's Listg Sigma Phi Alpha Fraternityi IFCQ Seniors f CHARLES J. TORIAN, JR. Major: Music Minor: Music Education Frederick College Marching and Concert Bands Woodwind Quintetg Trio Brass Ensembleg Hon- orary Member of Alpha Phi Omega Fraternity Madrigal Singers. ,X J l i J i THOMAS ELSWORTH WARRINGTON, ALLAN WAYNE WEAVER JOHN HOWARD WRIGHT JR, Maior: English Major: Business Administration Mqioi-3 Ei-igiish Minor: History Minor: Psychology Ming,-3 philosophy Phi Alpha Pip Vice-Grand Chancellor: Bondi lntramuralsi Circle K Clubg Sigma Delta Phi Tau Sigma Chi Fraternity: phiiosophy Ciub: Band Member of the Yearg Band President, ln- Fraternity. Young Republican's Clubi Dormitory Proctor. fmmumlsf Chorus- 59 Junior Blass Rapid growth and transition have been the keywords to this class. They have witnessed the great "face lifting" of Frederick College as a new entrance gate is erected, modeled after the original sentry gate left by the military and inherited by Frederick College. They have seen new trails blazed as industry made its mark upon Frederick's eight hundred acres of beautiful woodland and shoreline. The Junior class has watched as the benefactors of Frederick made many new improvements for their benefit, among them being a new ceiling for the student center, a new theatre in the round, and vari- ous other improvements around the campus. i l l i. l ,, Qs. X A L. to R.: James Flan- agan, President, Kath- leen Rairdon, Secretary Phil Bartles, Treasurer. Mike Adams Falls Church, Virginia Phil Bartles Suffolk, Virginia ' ' George Allison Portsmouth, Virginia William Baker Urbanna, Virginia Ronald Bashford Sandra Bazemore Chesapeake, Virginia Virginia Beach, Virginia A 61 Hank Beuke Ft Monroe, Virginia Henry Billups Chesapeake, Virginia Richard Cleaves Portsmouth, Virginia William Cline Lynchburg, Virginia Jacqueline Bishop Chesapeake, Virginia Ronald Brinkley Portsmouth Virginia Alfred Colby Portsmouth, Virginia Donald Collins Washington, D. C. Thomas Caltagerone Reading Pennsylvania Mary Jo Chamberlin Annandale Virginia -vm W M., fa, 'il sv ' X ..:.,g Q ,., f fit f , 6 ., 1 x 53:7 Sl Q 2 CQ, - r gm' give nu QQ? A, -Q M: 'Mer its 1 4 A X I Qi 4 in .xf.X,i. ,x Cro-magnon hermit browses in the library 62 -C""v Claudia Corbell Nancy Counts James Cfl-ll'l'1Off Norfolk Virginia Portsmouth, Virginia R0Cl4f0fd, llllf10lS Louis DeCamp Alexandria, Virginia John Dixon Mathews, Virginia Edward Doran Alexandria, Virginia Mary Ann Doremus Keller, Virginia Jerry Doughty Willis Wharf, Virginia Patricia Dryen Keller, Virginia Michael Eason Portsmouth, Virginia Raymond Eason Chesapea ke, Virginia Evan Dubin Springfield, Virginia George Duncan Falls Church, Virginia Edward Eaves Portsmouth, Virginia Grey Edwards Hampton, Virginia 63 John Dadiani Arlington, Virginia William Dean Portsmouth, Virginia 4 . , 1 , -:-E Q4 1 . ff' f'.." V- f " ,,. I, .M.,.-f J if I 'iii ,.,, , .1 i , W i Maxx J -X.. V? Noberto Ferradaz Robert Fines John Fitzgerald, lll James Flanagan Williamsburg, Virginia Norfolk, Virginia Columbia, Virginia Portsmouth, Virginia Ned Gerber William Flanagan Exmore, Virginia NNN. R -'SN-' Arlington, Virginia Gregory Gladden Wachapreague, Virginia Robert Gladstone lll Norfolk, Virginia Jo Anne Goodwin Virginia Beach, Virginia Neil Flynn Paulsboro, New Jersey Richard Flythe, Jr. Portsmouth, Virginia Lloyd Grant Norfolk, Virginia James Gregory . . Portsmouth, Virglnlo John R. Fogelgren Arlington, Virginia Frederick French, Jr. Alexandria, Virginia Donne Griffin Norfolk, Virginia Marion Grigg Suffolk, Virginia 64 Q-. X . . .,, , X, 3. 4. . X .QNX N X fm . Q X s X . X V - WN 5 X 4-c ' is if . .,':e:sOii1i-Vw 5 M., , , oN Nw..- V - ' Ye, . QQ , Q Sirk if ii X MN 4....,.-' i .S i '44 -, fy it 6 f Y - ,, X X, K' Q if -Q ..m,..1-f f',x U, t W, '-FQ 1 . 3 Q' 'fi -P-f 1, ,,,, . A lfiiif' Qfxllg g x X ' ik'-x' ' XX iff: ,,. ,, ,. - Beverly Guffey Norfolk, Virginia Darwin Hall, Jr. Millsboro, Delaware Riddick Harrell Suffolk, Virginia Steven Hasner New York, New York James Harcum, Jr. Norfolk, Virginia Stuart Harlow Huntsville, Alabama Richard Headley King George, Virginia Warren Hemmings Chesapeake, Virginia Valerie Hill Portsmouth, Virginia Neil Hodges Scotland Neck, North Carolina 'l ' 1 ' ,Q """'1-wt 1: Q, 2' K ,, ,W -1 1:f5'3g,'i+.:'r. 'Zi V 56' ,J f 1 13? ' 1+ , U 2 , J, , ' ja ,., gggg., ., ,V , V, A3 vvr' .,.,q. ..,,,Q, . 3 ,,.,, 2 2 1 'L we Betty Holsinger Front Royal, Virginia sg-f.....,r ""'--w.....v--...W N Home T" X XNRX Young nurses to be, learn anatomy under Professor Weems' guiding hands. 65 Willard Hudgins lll Grirnestead, Virginia .i-wa., t v ,,.. . .,.,, , , H, ,QW if Y 5' N 1 XX get W,,,,..-----X Mat' Q, God knows he tried to make it. . W .,...t,,. 'Nw' ,F ff' A 'R A N -, I Kenneth Lipscomb Newport News, Virginia John McHaIe lll Arlington, Virginia Joyce Koelsch Nutley, New Jersey Diana Kreger Cranford, New Jersey William Maddrey Virginia Beach, Virginia Bertram Marshall Windsor, Virginia Jane Laughlin Stone Harbor, New Jersey James Lewter Suffolk, Virginia James Martin Fort Washington, Pennsylvania Michael Mason Portsmouth, Virginia 66 David Humphrey Arlington Virginia Garnett Kestner Lynchburg, Virginia .V ,,."" -J 1 Qi. Vg 4 av, f tx .Q-my.. 5, f ,Q , FLM" . Q1 l if ik 'Cz'-we - xx X K X 1 I .,,xX L x v-A.. lf . J ' w is ,tt .. X X, X 1 K 1 I X 1 S, XS, XX 2 f 1 f we , as 5' ni 1 NUI. X ll I2 st . -, ' ' ln J we , ' iw 'f Nick Matthews Newport News, Virginia iv" 9-Q sg... "' Q f Wilburn Maxey Virginia Beach, Virginia Kathryn Owens Portsmouth, Virginia Louis Parker 47 T' we Hopewell Virginia George Mercer Portsmouth, Virginia 9-Q . 4- , Clinton Mitchell 5" Portsmouth Virginia HQ? f-Q-' 1--11' + . q--7 Robe rt Pen rod Forest, Ohio '55 Carolyn Patterson Waynesboro, Virginia Charles Paulus Bel Air, Maryland Herbert Naprestek Norfolk, Virginia Victoria Neff Centreville, Virginia Patricia Nelson Portsmouth, Virginia Oliver Osborne Chesapeake, Virginia George Pierce Mobjack, Virginia Qi ew.. -lr.. 67 ,WA it Kathleen Rairdon Somerville, New Jersey Paul Richardson Narrows, Virginia we George Pohle Maplewood, New Jersey -' - G ',.,22f'4Q" me t c is 2 i , f2 - - W W A! .Lf e 05' l 'L 47' 4 1 -asf'-sv Robert Taylor Washington, D. C. Charles Thomas lll Kinston, North Carolina 2- -sa John Sadler I Matthews, Virginia Joseph Salta rl Sanham, Maryland 1 gg ! f Myron Segal :li .. Elizabeth, New Jersey W Eric Seidel Richmond, Virginia George Sandford Cary, North Carolina Jeryl Seaman Hampton, Virginia Charles Smith Townsend, Virginia Donald Smith Virginia Beach, Virginia Leslie Smith Chesapeake, Virginia Nancy Stanford Glouchester, Virginia Dixie Stevenson Robensanville, North Carolina James Sykes Norfolk, Virginia Peggy Tierney William Tribble Harry Truslow Richmond, Virginia Richmond, Virginia Waynesboro, Virginia 68 'tv 'W' tes 'R QQ. 'TQTP Cecil Turner Kinston North Carolina Leroy Vaughan Portsmouth, Virginia 343' 0.9 'QS Lesson in how to make Dean's list. Michael Verniel Hampton, Virginia Macie Ward Portsmouth, Virginia . ,S Donald Watson I 'V 'W' Norfolk, Virginia g fi : , , fs. ' Shelley Watson Aix? 'MP X 'il' Q1 lu W ' Suffolk, Virginia , 5 Q , -. -' -6, ffm Peter Wiggins " N ' gay... Chesapeake, Virginia William Willoughby Conway, N. C. Ronald White Fairfax, Virginia Howard Whitehurst Williamsburg, Virginia Mary Jo Wimsatt McLean, Va. Frederick Woodard Portsmouth, Va. 69 Sophomore Class sl F L to R: Jim Matusiak, Vice-Presidentg Allen Tarkington, Presi- dentg Eddie Fellona, Treasurer and Gladys Mialik, Secretary. "l am a scarlet lady tonight." The inheritance of self-confi- dence from their freshman year leads this class into their great sophomoric bliss. An environment of active, wholesome training for a better life on the outside is es- tablished for them at Frederick through the capable guidance of able administrators and planners. They are encouraged to use the facilities they are endowed with to continue an enlightening Search for the great "answers" which will someday lead them from their "blissful" state. 7 O ' N -1' "- ' Z 31. ,, , A' is is , 1 Laura Askew Portsmouth, Virginia Tommy Ballentine Portsmouth, Virginia 6. il, fm, , fy! "'12.i'.f ' 1 194, ry A Wasil' , i.,.. , . Q , um mx " J. 5, 4- ,riiifi 'T '1L'q2-if5Ei'v , -Qf',e:g-, .if ' f x U: 'N 1 M 5 i eg ,AQ b :VHA lip, ,Qt Ze? Ali Abed Robert Adams Lana Ambrosius Lee Armistead VirgiI'1iO BGCICIW, AleXGf'lClf50f VifQl"llCl Brodbecks, Virginia Portsmouth, Virginia Virginia Margaret Armistead Sandra Armstrong Alex Asble Helen Ashton Matthews, Virginia Falls Church, Virginia Chesapeake, Virginia McLean, Virginia er-" 41... Steve Bailey Kendall Park, New Jersey William Ballou Norfolk, Virginia Imitation of the infamous "Hands" 71 Larry Bashfard Barbara Bass Robert Behling Portsmouth, Virginia Richmond, Virginia Crews, Virginia kg A:-- - ":V. X fr' K X Q ,--V 1 3 ss -WNW' X fgw R N nmg lxgbft Q Vincint Blasco Bruce Blatz Sandra Blick Falls Church, Virginia Falls Church, Virginia Portsmouth, Virginia .-fl -. 'Y 4 . 'Q-'5 4, ' 21 J f A 'ef li" 53 "But Sir, it's recommended by Duncan-Hines!" ti. R iw 72 .'Sf s5:: "' : J-ill ' Randall Blachburn Alexandria, Virginia Judith Blakenship Chesapeake, Virginia . .315-V ' X. A .tr Q ses, X. Q5 Philip Booth Steve Borich Seaford, Delaware Alexandria, Virginia -M ,N Q . Elizabeth Borum Norfolk, Virginia Roger Bouchard Arlington, Virginia Richard Bowers Brian Boyle Claremont, Virginia South Orange, N. J. Salad dressing at Land is improving. 5:85 'X g 'LQ X 1 l Norfolk, Virginia V Doris Brown Hampton, Virginia Ralph Carper Norfolk, Virginia Robert Carter Norfolk, Virginia Michael Buchko Falls Church, Virginia Springfield, Virginia Michael Cagdell New Bern, North Carolina Arthur Campagnolo Haddonfield, New Jersey Charles Campbell Norfolk, Virginia William Carlton Vienna, Virginia David Cox Dover, Delaware James Creasey Lynchburg, Virginia 73 v ,U , -6.329 X . ' me fafrif -,mf . 2.- ,,, -'Mm 4541? ' .,,g,-I :Q . ,V -I . 1 X., 15.1 'r' 1 Mfltfsw -fgs:no.'- gp. 'i"s'iGfi"X9-,'Six? Us V -es, - X' iiu of' 5 x 4 X K S If 3.33515-S 19,91 Q23 ' 'f '+fi'Zii2aX!ff?Qf'i'- J Sharon Bray ,,,. X ll Iyiiiij fiflll, 4- X V gfg,g,q:,4f--if . H7 ' Hg f X 1 lk , Remlik, Virginia James Brittle Wakefield, Virginia -1' is fl... me ii ' " , if- it, Q X' 1,' 5llE?frH'K Q 211 62 S. L xii ,Q v X X X X R X XXX X X ' 5 xg Q NX X XX X X X ga- 4- 1 Q k 5 ,fi is sg. X X 1 , X ya X X, X qs, H X xx if S S X ' s it X ' at , :-33:3 X. .- W S 1' X W. Maureen Crispen New York, New York Eve Cruz N X X is A X . . -4:--' N- -' R Woodbridge, Virginia Donnie Draughon Chesapeake, Virginia Thomas Dunford Virginia Beach, Virginia Jonelle Daley Norfolk, Virginia John Dobbins Habson, Virginia Sharon Easty Thomas Dolan Chesapeake, Virginia Douglas Edwards Tahoma Park, Maryland Springfield, Virginia John Dooms Anna Maria, Florida Patricia Elky Alexandria, Virginia Mary Ellen Etheridge Virginia Beach, Virginia Richard Evans Vienna, Virginia Edward Fellona Haddon Heights, N. J. ! 1 1 iii 5, .NX Irene Feredaz Portsmouth, Virginia ENN "Don't you know what time class starts, son?" William Fetty Woodbury, N. J. XX.- .J 74 gigs 1 l lf' l YITLT l l 1 M' A i or , " S. ' ik' .X " , qt, 5 ix'-2 ffwfox ' l l l 7 'z "SIX - f J f 1 ,N N, , is X , :SY X so ' l A f J , '-M r ' ' uv' xi s l l Wanda Fields Spring Grove, Virginia Qu- I Eugene M. Folliard Urbanna, Virginia ' 1 Sandie Foster Portsmouth, Virginia Thomas Garrett Blackwood, New Jersey A651 1 2 .s , 'f" -: 'e i fs! t Q , A X ' ttf? of xxx -irq. , . N -t X , 'lk 4 X .S ,sf X Michael Flaherty Falls Church, Virginia , U W W' N A 6 s. . . . , N5 4 Q mX'w"'f si "gh Q ....i . .. . John Ford Portsmouth, Virginia ,pavi- ff WX fs , f j 41.4 i x,,s-ftxsw 1 5 , '- ,. t 2 f at ty. .tl - xv-X-R X, IK- 1 .3'."yi- xx' e xt 1.Tmt'P'x t. . R Michael Fox Waterford, Virginia on 'GNN' p William Gavin Brooklyn, New York You can write your own caption. The staff cannot explain this one .JS 4. nm- :+19u4f.f'f.4:.x r - - Yvvzir. Robert Fox Arlington, Virginia q,e"f""" W Daniel Gardner Robert Garner Norfolk, Virginia Portsmouth, Virginia "l'?"'TV xx Betty Geiger Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Joe Gibbons David Gillespie Falls Church, Virginia Fort Monroe, Virginia Albert Gloss Dinwiddie, Virginia .. - -,,,-gg S vm X tt X X 1 + wk we . H, X X t D it Q X , JS X Mimi Harol Exmore, Virginia .. 5 X A me 1 Q- as , Q XX Fenton Hord Richmond, Virginia Susan Howell Portsmouth, Virginia get , , . . jg 'ill I i is A Ns it E -W-Q -W V ' V 'wi i.e::1."+5si'-'- gg.,-gps t -ww.. ss-r-iswissl a 1: X "" it. X ,Y X . Q 'S . Y Dm q. . as C ' Q Qvmivg -X -PQ' sz o Q34..?Rxg4e5oxw'1sQ. X Us .,,.,..,,, .N we N xxx X UN Q ' P.:- Victor Goodiel McLean, Virginia Ng.,--:sv Ross Hearn Seaford, Delaware it N5 Bonita Gootee Chesapeake, Virginia R. iv- XS .M :AI x -: ' rv Dulce Hernandez Portsmouth, Virginia t Ba rbora Go re Front Royal, Virginia 52... 1 ,QSM -. 1. - .- ' ' .r . + , es as ' .4 33:32 3 is -Q uv-vu 4'1.+,. . ,wk , ,ae . -xttgs 'Jw ' .A r :at , Ze i-N '+R' fifixsiiciv Q' 5 Y 3 X xx, eg ' i ' K . x . 1' ir' 'Ea 'k K vi NS 6 R ,E 3. Q ., Q, r. if Y I B tw 'ii s, 1 asv' . Nbmgtiii QQ no-f N., Bobby Greene Montross, Virginia Guy Hickey William Holt Seaford, Delaware Alexandria, Virginia an Rusty Howell Norfolk, Virginia Linda Hudgins Grimestead, Virginia .,- 1 v- N ..., H. s Xl X 5, 76 's. 'QQ xr ss.. t X Nh '-,v -N Arm.. . . in Do you get the message? . :iw W vu. .f -.f--. wg-Of 5 ...,x- 1- t l .4 ,x . .XX N. Nxt X X i Vx K Q- Q A' 'l Q-SR Virginia Hudzina Alexandrio, Virginia Linda Hurdle Virginia Beach, Virginia iw. 'ref- 'VV E VE J f t A '16 -'S-13 ,,.,uO"i' ,ig 'f12'1fWWt"i " . ...Q .ww Mary Hunt The object of the game is to use your imagination and interpret this Portsmouth, Virginia Greg Huston Richmond, Virginia , Q' A -:fl l Q Ann Johnson McLean, Virginia Pete Johnson Brooklyn, New York Allen Keeter Portsmouth, Virginia John Kuter - Portsmouth, Virginia Richard Johnson Reedville, Virginia Louis Justis Parksley, Virginia Rebecca Keith Norfolk, Virginia Ronald Keller Arlington, Virginia Richard Kantor East Orange, New Jersey Bill Keeling Eclipse, Virginia Jeanne Kelly Portsmouth, Virginia Barbara Kesler Chesapeake, Virginia 77 "','17 'GQ 2, -i ,.-, ei 6 1 ,,.. -ga, s A ' i :Q 3 15 'A Y. 1' Q . , 6 1' 'H' '2 K Q 5 Cami Kilgore McLean, Virginia i 1 vi l ., , -i 'D ,Qi ' T . 3' . .l.: ..i: , X J ' A K "I'm majoring in nuclear physics." ' : Robert Kitz Yonkers, New York Dennis Koslowski Michael La Garde Lloyd Lane David Liffle Wilmington, Delaware Fairfax, Virginia New Bern, Irvington, New Jersey North Carolina .tin ,A Nszw-yr -l0l'1"' l-Yon Dee Dee MCAlll5f9" Jerome Marsh Paul Matthews MGC-liSO"1, NEW Je"5eY Cl'Te50D90l4ef Vil'Qif1iO Bloomeld, New Jersey Richmond, Virginia 78 l Arlene Kitchen Vienna, Virginia K S Qi - ' Y X A N-A X X N X we QXXN K X Nx ' FI . .W if-if Q' ,. ' T555 ' 5 I. X 'ff.,.lg: ' time 'ltamk xv Y- x R AM .ic . ' Frank Knott Hampton, Virginia 1-new ' Richard Luurtsema Washington, D. C. James Matusiak Portsmouth, Virginia lf? , v . A. qw' f ,,...-F Wvtvi ' .rt -Rig-gk . ss X K ' as sis 51' w S s 2, s iaildifiii. 1' .1 a s ff QW. ' jig: g, ,fi - : X s. 3 rf I A J x ,I 6 s , , , 11 5 Q' Mt ss sw? J B t Q X -ji Karl Nordstrom Grafton, Virginia John Owings Middleton, Virginia fs vu f Michael O'Beirne. . Portsmouth, Virginia Deborah Pagano Hampton, Virginia Stephen Maupin Portsmouth, Virginia Claudia May Portsmouth, Virginia Fred Moscatiello North Arlington, New Carl Moser Ashland, Virginia Ivan Mehosky Fort Knox, Kentucky Stephen Metcalfe Alexandria, Virginia Edwin Motley Arlington, Virginia Harold Mullins Portsmouth, Virginia Gladys Mialik Clifton, New Jersey Linda Mehelic Parksley, Virginia Jeanne Neff Arlington, Virginia Gary Norby Springfield, Virginia Jersey 'Sk' ,nm ..,.. wr. G, KAR. 5. -- - QSM .V -...W NN RK . : V , ,Q b y 1, . Sasffsfn 5511 11- is . 'xx F- u, ..,s.1,s?' :ws M , A . '5' 1 ug X-xlf3ff!5TM2,. - ' . l ,f Q be ,Q lQm "All we asked for was your I.D. number" 79 ' -- X X. K ,X ':' 'gf . -Y r rss Q. ff' i- akgiwzv-5.:f::a:X'-Fl" Xi--.5 rw.-A t::..w4. --1:-X 5.2-I.:-i'-re. 'I-'zilifv i5523-15Ei,15".r'2- ' -xv.. gametes, ., .X fp . f 41- sri, Glen Palmer Sweet Hall, Virginia Larry Parsons Portsmouth, Virginia 'Ns X x 2: . .nr 1 i 't -me .ff ' e if fm 'W , b '55 X xlgcsi. , N' " il' i X Betty Parrish Richmond, Virginia Joseph Payne Lynchburg, Virginia if , , Ss, I N. X. -9 ,. .L .Y bin s. nys . N .M g - . r-gg. K Q George Phillips Straight from the treasure chest. Falls Church, Virginia Melvin Pittman Williamsburg, Virginia Thomas Pryor Portsmouth, Virginia Suffolk, Virginia Larry Riggs Portsmouth, Virginia Blake Rochelle Chesapeake, Virginia Donald Roulstone X X Donald Reed """ 1 i "' X X X XXX David Readyhough Alexandria, Virginia Jackie Reynolds Arlington, Virginia Steve Rusk Norfolk, Virginia New York, New York Earlene Rutledge Chesapeake, Virginia Renee Saunders Portsmouth, Virginia 80 -9- I .K Nffi? 'is il A. wr, George Schmalhofer Dover, Delaware Patricia Scanlon Exmore, Virginia l l ,--V0 Paul Schulz Rudi Schuster Hopewell, Virginia Newport News, Virginia Clarence Seaman Kathleen Seaton Evelyn Shea New York, New York Hampton, Virginia Portsmouth, Virginia Q- Al l if I fy i t U W . n ga N--karl, 11525: ,PSN ' vi . FEA E S ',i., ' Q3 kt A. Edward Snyder Richard Spencer Larry Stallings Portsmouth, Virginia Portsmouth, Virginia Virginia Beach, Virginia xl T., 'fl q - f YA 'UN ,V 4. I. ., W J , WM -f i. ,f i 1 X 'iii ' 1 JJJA Jx jf I 11: Class, it's all beyond me." tr QE -AR Nancy Smith Roanoke, Virginia lsabel Shepherd Richmond, Virginia , " . , f 5.2 . - M x vi 'PY-14 r Q W ti t b' df i it Barbara Stephenson Jim Sterling Portsmouth, Virginia Chrisfield, Virginia g.. offs 159 Aa. A .5,: x-,, 3 Q sg., Alan Stough "People really have passed this course before, believe me!" Allen Tarkenton Norfolk, Virginia 'xn- -uus-N.s . X as Robert Tyson Barry Threewitts Ronald Trent Carl Tule Dendran, Virginia Chesapeake, Virginia Seaford, Delaware x sl. -, V in W Y? 'X x.: i- . -::.- ' ' :,-, my .. . 11 4 .13:,g.w 5. - 4:--, 5 .?",'iggr,ak5:r Q'-'fi.'2:,-'23-'xii Y -1-1: h.,:. i'Fg+fwscv i -rag-r dl' -4 O-e:f'v:.i-'-,sn x- A-,A -if-rg -L , , .. '..sfx:i.1-'situ , 511 -'E -' fir., . Melvin Walker Woodbridge, Virginia if Joan Ward Quinton, Virginia Summersville, West Virginia 'IX Oscar Wa rd Pat Ward Jerome Strickland Jeannette, Pennsylvania Portsmouth, Virginia John Temple Seaford, Delaware George Vega Brooklyn, New York Edward Watkins Portsmouth, Virginia Chrisfield, Virginia Arlington, Virginia 82 an " 1 ' .1 - , -v-- iwf ' Y., Carolyn Wenger Laura Williams Staunton, Virginia 'Sva- N'nn...vf Marion Wise Kirk Wood Guy Woodard Tyrus Woodard Saluda, South Carolina Portsmouth, Virginia Deltqvillel Virginia Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina J ,i Mafia invades traffic court. 83 J, David Williamson Dolores Wilson Tom Winfree Richmond, Virginia Churchland, Virginia Seaford, Delaware Bon Air, Virginia , 23+ - . 01, ', ' . ,ig ' 2, ,X Weir' " 1"-wi, 51 , 1 P 13: 7' :aff if f Q- -1 :mi -:emacs Mgiggvyr ,zw:zJ'1fa.i:,: ,. ' J , Z-' John Zegras New York, New York freshmen Class That freshman look! Frederick in a winter wonderland. ' s s f- T1 4. , . 4, V ff: : Q4-qs, I 4 at 4 10 i., , 'fi 'fl-1 1. -if - .P "A A Bottom to top: Richard Conway, Treasurer, Theo Pherson, Vice-President, Jimmy Heinz, President. 84 dore Layne, Secretar P -1 , . , ,l ' ,'-'- . J ,rt , iN' L -W fr '35, V1 5 . . . '55 ,. . 9.- , 5, . 1 1 WI. 1- ,N 'rg,Q+- L .wr Q.:-Lg: 4-' . 'fx l it Je., Don Mc- Brenda Abernathy Roanoke, Va. Jeff Aberle Poughkeepsie, New York. Emmett Aleshire Fort Royal, Va. Manfred Aligood Portsmouth, Va. Judy Anderson Falls Church, Va. Thomas Anderson Clarksville, Va. Dave Angelica Manassas, Va. Alvina Arehart Stuarts Draft, Va. Q V- . .. . .4 ew. -vf l In Q, -1 iv I if QA- 1 -vi l 'ig I' QW ,yi - . 3 32 1-2 fi ,js af 'T 'K ig..- ", ' f 'fl' , '--v. 1 .. ne, vv" ' ' 42.3, A .4 , Gunther Aukamp Portsmouth, Va. Carolyn Austin Hampton, Va. Lynn Baker Chesapeake, Va. Ronald Barr Alexandria, Va. .gi ' fwvfnp-.f..fA. fn.. ' W. . . J , . ,L--. -w,f,...ft mf 1 V. I Q .?c'1,.1.f:. .ip-,--i:1. " 4 if f . ,, K My ?-'1 . -' 'zyx-94: 'f'sf'wLf ,, :, . , X N N S '1 3 ,ZZ 1 fd L I 2 .A ,J A , Z f l ' 14' ' J 1 John Batchelor Springfield, Va. Brian Beardslee Brightwater, New Y John Blellock Virginia Beach, Va. David Blasco Arlington, Va. 85 Students entertain Mrs. Wood at a reception. Connie Brown Thomas Bryan Woodbridge, Virginia Rhodesdale, Virginia Helene Buckles Stuart Bullock Vienna, Virginia Chesapeake, Virginia Elizabeth Buohl Susan Burgess Pennsauken, New JerseyFalls Church, Virginia ie 1 if X x t X X w Q """' Ng ,Q -ss. ' Qt N t t l f Q , kwa , w, ' W .fr--si R JK :. . xi x www. -sm' ' .-it H . i- ip k -xi 1435 '.-' -1 yi: L"'Q'- i fa?" 1 ft- , if 3, " , , 'K 'nw ' K ii N wu- 4 ' r- . x Et. . .. Q X -ry' X' ,- ' ,Q A, . es- . .' h .1 Q ' ' N. ! k oi f ki X B 'ii xx? ww. ,X ., my 'i" 43 if ig 'Q 1 Aw , , if! -.il 4' Z 5- - -5:- I .V I K i, -. 1,5 . , . Sandra Boatright Theodore Bank Newport News, Virginia Runnemede, Virginia Jack Boone Barbara Boyd Greenville, Chesapeake, Virginia North Carolina Richard Brittingham Randall Brooks New Church, Virginia High Point, North Carolina Captivated audience in assembly. nkik V Ann Byrd ' 'QV' ff: Portsmouth, Virginia f gig Patricia Callen - 1 A' Quantico, Virginia dv 5.4. VM' , ir is-r', -we 75? "" ' My ctxj J Byron Carmean ' ." ix I Mathews, Virginia 'fx 1 33,13 Y" 1 - Q.-ailfzgf ls, ,fllll , - Dori Carroll - 1 'Q Haddon Heights, New Jersey if Y 1 PeggyACallen I l' , Quantico, Virginia 1 '. 9- I. 1' 1247 Michael Canham -ff' 9- 'N 1 Hampton, Virginia ' b QA ' A 0 . A Roy Carroll , , .tx AFT 'A Chesapeake, Virginia Q: i n KX ., . X ?'2Nit: 1 i s I Kathleen Carson ' ' " Norfolk, Virginia If: 1" 'b'Qrs , - ,. - 5 1 3 Y N , - Lian- f Q. QV ' I T' ,, : l iqgi-f ' . ' 1 X l Bill Cary Dawn Cl-irigmqn Vera Christenson John Clements Eclipse, Virginia Portsmouth, Virginia N0f'fl" Plainfield, Gloucester, VlfQl"ll0 New Jersey l. iq QM if f" ffl "---M f gm- f Allan Cline James Cole John Colegrove Bill Compton Vienna, Virginia RiCl1mOf1d, Virginia Falls Church, Virginia Graham, . North Carolina ' 87 , . 4,4 , I ji' 'Z f- .. .M Azz' 11: , 5,3 3 ' 'Q iff ' ' fi ,IG ' f, . A ' .25 , Wye. ' - ' , 9: - ,nw-'. " ' ' ' iff 't "'Wi ' , rf ' L, ,c animibr, Vaughn Davis " i we fa , , 5 ' , ' , 45. .- Q ' ' " ' W.. 'HM 1525-i:7'fff 2 I 5 21 , . I gm -V T? . 14 . , 4 ' ' 1' Q? A N ff Q 1 ' M- I ff. 15 - 1 V? ., if t n , Q fl f iii l LW 1 1 'SF 6 pg X at sf eff f f rw 12, . ,, in , Q. , Elsie Dawson Chesapeake, Virginia SC"'ld5TOV1i VifQl"ll0 Paula Devitt Elizabeth, New Jersey A ATM., .5 i-: L4 - eat?-. ,- gif, , 4 'V j,-pu.. 9 'Q -A fri? 1 , Ellis Diggs Port Haywood, Virginia 3' I 44" 92 'Q Q '4-'2"r 1 ' 11-35 .gg New wi in A lx' +..,.W Richard Conway Newport News, Virginia Roberta Corbett Hampton, Virginia Betty Cordill Portsmouth, Virginia John Coscia North Arlington, New Jersey Bill Cox Richmond, Virginia Andy Crew Pleasant Hill, North Carolina Camille Crofton Norfolk, Virginia Lindo Davidson Falls Church, Virginia Edmund DiStefano Poughkeepsie, New York Linda Dukavich Virginia Beach, Virginia ,jg-3.0, :Lv Xe... , x, George Drummond Edinburg, Virginia Gerald Early Waynesboro, Virginia ...Q . 11 Gary Elmore Seaford, Virginia Ellen Eppinette Cherry Point, North Carolina Fred Eversole Norfolk, Virginia I think l've missed the point here," Frank English Kensale, Virginia Art Evans Fairfax, Virginia Paul Falconiero Camden, New Jersey Q ff- -5 tain, Y.. A i ar-fr IU' Q? Q , -,uv N . ,E s , As' 9331 . 5:5 " . N1 s ' . :ivk-Q 1 f yw . l x 2 'H' s . Virginia Fiocca South Orange, New Jersey Penny Forehand Alexandria, Virginia Sheri Funk Portsmouth, Virginia an-Y 'li 2 'sz ' .- CFM... if Y. - "5f':'. lil o: ' 1 rrvrff, .M V -7. X . ' ' " 13 ? Q?" "' "V - g K I I r James Ford Portsmouth, Virginia Estella Frazer Portsmouth, Virginia Nina Gallup Herndon, Virginia Make a joyful noise unto Mr. Smith. . LIN!! lQjti'r'fJ1"V' - i , As. , Q Gay Gantt Norfolk, Virginia James Garrett Bedford, Virginia Robert Gibble Virginia Beach, Virginia , , '--ee , W, :Q it i' ' , X V , i':.i1'2'---:Z ' 3: . 5522 1 ' ' . , fi 72 , 'f f ,1 . 5, , J " Y 1. ififfi "" , . "-' 'QQ ff :-I--:A ' Gilmer Garrett Portsmouth, Virginia John George Salisbury, Maryland Joan Goodrich Dendron, Virginia my , ,M , 4 lm, arms , J ., 222, .g KWQA N ,il i .gy V1 ' . , X, -QA 4 i Qui .J , I V 1 ..i. fee 5 ' 1 1 ji V ' , ,V, , Alf J- ' m4......... -M L- . www -di ,,.-ug, g mv iwwmq Q img fnnnmuanunni 2, ly' f P. R' 'Q f Just checking the old box out. Robert Gower Portsmouth, Virginia Thomas Graves Imelda HGH Waynesboro, Virginia Portsmouth, Virginia Joseph Hall F R I V' " Judy Halstead ront oya , irginia West Chesapeake, Virginia Ralph Harrison Georgetown, Delaware .,.,. . 4 "See what I made in Arts and Crafts. X G5 -L itg if Asif w X 51 Pi .sfwmww 90 'RY 1 .... , -FN: ' fgwf, te-'NN f isle 'K gsm.. Q, , W Nancy 'Hart Bethpage, New York Glenn Hedman Caldwell, New Jersey Larry Heischober Portsmouth, Virginia Garnes Hensley Virginia Beach, Virginia Edward Heyden Wilmington, Delaware 'Horace Higgins Waverly, Virginia Mary Height Rockville, Maryland Marvin Hill Richland, North Carolina www 5 'SC . QW., 3.4 HH-fifxz rfwizfzg ?'-M l James Hines A Elig- Newport News, Virginia I n Jimmy Hodges 1. ,.,. .,,N,, Chesapeake Virginia ' 9 Linda Holmes , W Norfolk, Virginia "i' ff '2af' H ,A:,,, , gg 'fgv Thomas Holt A Virginia Beach, Virginia Andrea Hofer Red Bank New Jersey Michael Hogan Arlington Virginia Harold Howard Lynchburg Virginia William Howland Atlanta, Georgia 91 ., 16. t l ' , uf - fi - .,s, ,,., 'Q E so J t ilst X 1:?:' " 'f ' , V John Hughes ' Portsmouth Virginia ' -- Mechanicsville, Virginia James Irvin Suffolk, Virginia ' ' if Mary Hundley Ted Jackson Fayetteville New York fx . I " Terry Hunsucher . , Newport News, Virginia . 'Pi Jane Husk V H, ' I -f ' Virginia Beach, Virginia 'Q .Q f , , -7 1 Francis Jannetti ' V: Q Brooklawn, New Jersey V ,V Edward Johnson Portsmouth, Virginia ., .IA 4 X ' , MX b ,A 'Qin , , "v21i'T"' Keith Johnson Bill Jones Roberta Jones Linda Jordan Virginia Beach, Portsmouth, Virginia Urbana, Virginia Conway, Virginia South Carolina freeze ,UF-ft Q.,-Q Q A xx Betty Justis Michael Karibian Ted Karnezis Jim Kay Parksley, Virginia Virginia Beach, Oxon Hill, Maryland Portsmouth, Virginia Virginia 92 -. - -s TF: eggs X A "ww ff ! ,X ,N like 'X ' V 2 g , 3 13 E .sn 2 mm "Aw, come on fellas!" Margaret Kresovich Norfolk, Virginia George Kuhnel Camden, New Jersey Robert Langer Portsmouth, Virginia I V I 'eg ,...,, 53. I K we Carol Kegley Roy Kendall L Portsmouth, Virginia Front Royal, Virginia . Bruce King Warren King I Nantucket, Virginia Beach, Massachusetts Virginia Charles Knowles Marilyn Kooz Chesapeake, Virginia Wayne, New Jersey Kenneth Krogh Sparta, New Jersey Joseph Landen Portsmouth, Virginia Linda Laubach Stone Harbor, New Jersey WF""'9v "But it says so right here." fire' -x. f. Robert Luehrs Virginia Beach, Virginia Beverly Lutz Suffolk, Virginia Judith Marvin Arlington, Virginia "And furthermore Larry Lurnsden Troutville, Virginia George Mahler Bremerton, Washington Cary Massey Gaston, North Carolina 'QQ-? L Q, lr f X ,,,,., N- Ni ' 53353 , Q X .fe- Qii 1--xx 5, i ANN ,xsgigwi XT S3 .I T5 N L, 1, , ,A ., wi'-, . Y .t Q Ng we 2 , is 5 Anthony Lane Ernest Leta Richmond, Virginia Toms River, New Jersey Elliot Levine Jerry Liles Queens, New YOVI4 Dewitt, Virginia Sue I-5P5C0mb Bom Landon Norfolk, Virginia Denbegh, Virginia Where's Robin? s-Q. .WK 'il 2 fL:vl..,,,,,. , Carol Molineu Edinburg, Virginia 5:51 fl Michael Moran N Hampton, Virginia John McCarty Lewes, Delaware Ken McCracken Arlington, Virginia Don McPherson Graham, North Carolina Darlene Middlekauff Alexandria, Virginia it J Eugene Montgomery Bill Moody Annandale, Virginia Chesapeake, Virginia ""Y"" Lynne Moore Rockville, Maryland Gail Morton Linda Muse Joseph Nappa McLean, Virginia Portsmouth, Virginia Atlantic Highlands . ,V A2 y ' V JQ .' m e-:Vi-. af" w , ' ' -Y'-ff' 4 ' "' -, ' Z " 3 4 if Thomas Orr Thaxton, Virginia Virgil Palumbo Windber, Pennsylvania 1 . ' I ,Wan 5 2 as 5 ., yew., an . ,,,g -fn, ,. ,V Carol Pace Clarksville, Virginia Richard Parker Norfolk, Virginia '--LL," Neff: fr I 54:55 RX K iff? , , p5,f.?- K . ,.,. xiii' EQ J Q V' fl. 1 Q . X "-" "il" ,Qi ,.,., .15 -,, Ie, f x 'fl C if X Niki fin wa.. V., 3 ,, i 17 4,6 - Pu -- bi 152, ma 5 ee fy: aaa a'a'a no - ,ou P ' . i '45 J V. 5 Y ,w we f 1 J ,':.,,.v 1 . ,if-.1,.,-3 V, ,, , W: Andrea Nelson Norfolk, Virginia Anthony Nelson Norfolk, Virginia James Nelson Newport News, Virginia Harold Newcomb Chase City, Virginia Thomas Nixon Virginia Beach, Virginia David O'Beirne Salem, Virginia William Olinger Caldwell, New Jersey Patricia O'Reagan McLean, Virginia Allan Pearce Chesapeake, Virginia Jerry Peverall Roanoke, Virginia ,- .Jig-:TL JC' Ks.: ww i Joseph Petrie Portsmouth, Virginia Robert Phillips Falls Church, Virginia , t, . X S 5- , K, j' - ' ' " Sig, gg 5 A' ' Sir .k'.-kit-T TPS . ,.. K . fi I l 5, Rss-X , Y 5 1.-3-X r . 21 ,tj 5 Looks like an interesting class. Brenda Radford James Ramsey Portsmouth, Virginia Chase City, Virginia Deo Read Waller Reveley Poughquag, New Jersey Virginia Beach, Virginia Bonnie Richards Kenny Richardson Roanoke, Virginia Chesapeake, Virginia P"""'4 -.nom g .t.', was-- -f i I.. , f ...,.... 5 , we' .' 'v'r'4""5 5 NN- V 5 N4 it Sl X f 1 xt f William Phillips Lawrence Pitts Waverly, Virginia Maplewood, New Jersey John Plichta Fred Porter Newport News, Virginia Portsmouth, Virginia Paul Pottgen Jeanne Powell Stamford, Connecticut Portsmouth, Virginia Beauty and the beast. .....-.01 , x bf- , , . YU S ,. 1 X f 1 W' " ' ' fx. 1 ' ' Zjtj ,V 1 N W. N- 1, .A 'J' A vzs, V ..., .. V L .x P Q , ,rw I . EX JQW X' i - J ' , i ,..::-Et' s X l r . - w g! , ,.A, , N ' 5 ' 'K it 243, . r xx A .S 'QNX N Q -- X N Wi? ., . , ez :I . Betty Richardson Portsmouth, Virginia Henry Rimmer Danville, Virginia David Roberts Arlington, Virginia i E N x NSN J1- X ex!-K N 5 X'--., . X , s X . Neil Richter Falls Church, Virginia Dan Roberts Dover, Delaware Terry Roberts Roanoke, Virginia Snow at Frederick starts early. 4' ,- 3-1: -" ' Q..-.f,Z'u, ' ' ' ' . -' '- -"- Y' ,Q - 11' 'gf 'A 'V' Q 1 ', R I A if 'I-'f n' IQII 3 if --',, , ,. . 1- NL 5 43" 1 ,..,. J ' ' - 'i' .-ff ,6z14:..., -v-. .2-.K . ".' 1,-.,,,t .,,,,,f:' ?4sfJ- -QQ:f" "-fi rg 'A g . .- ijvrfrlv ' L- .'.., 4 4 ' - lj -:'-- " s ' 1 :Le-A Riff e, P - V . V ', If .,v, we I k ' ' N,,,.xf,., 3,3-,,, v,.: '-1: ,iw f x N, F xi ' Ie W5 ai' If X J A 5 'gy ,E -. XR . tx, N -1 'ht ,se p ia Q 'l V4 jf' .,,, ' iw -- l , A K ' 1 s V 41? 3 --..,--wa' N - --x. ,.-......,..... ,. A -4 Q' 211. -i---1 --.-W ' R . . for-:wie X N 'R -' - " - A . .A ' ' -'fffir.ri1-'-fag -1 ,".. ,- . , - ,,. at ,.., V ,A ,Q-if l. x " gi "fl.S?4:f55El:"i'f5rE'g 'fl ,1 ' .V - , V . . 'fl . , X i... , I P A 2 + A V f HV 'pg D " 'L ,L ",,fltl5f.Q- -13.-gg-15, , ' 3 " . ' ,5 .l A ,. -.V 1 ,, ' i r ,V y . :Q V Q ul igfyatiiiagif -51,41 :E gi U . ig -6 - '- 3 -1 'Q' 1, - -f-f 98 ,qwrmmw Merrill pulls the switch and cuts the barber's hair. Vic Rol Cl Q Evander Rowell Newport News, Virginia Portsmouth, Virginia Dennis Russell Robert Ruecraft Annandale, Virginia Seaford, Delaware Richard Sailey William Sacks Hampton, Virginia X ' ,K x, 5 g. X . A NW GSX N N X2 it' X ixx -. Wi F ,X Azfgs-Q: x Ns? v':RATE3 X Virginia Beach, Virginia 4 1 3 X M 1 RN- V X . 'W V 913 we . r- - 'H it me V' , Q X. . . X . , ev ix ,. X fmt N5- am -M -.F-:-Q K N i :eff . l " e 1 ... ,.. Q. y X 1-s f , ,mx N 4 2 X ' ' 1 -2 .X .-RNXQ QRSXQ E Charles Sanfilippo North Arlington, New Joseph Sayblack Annandale, Virginia John Schaffer Alexandria, Virginia Michael Schemering Arlington, Virginia Joseph Seekford Front Royal, Virginia Nelson Seeney Wilmington, Delaware Norma Semones Arlington, Virginia James Shafer Hampton, Virginia 5 Je rsey il: X Q -r 1' x 4 KW' 1.1 David Sharber Chesapeake, Virginia 'VI' -vs -' 2 ins, 'V Ray Sherry fx ' S L Gloucester, New Jersey George Short . 1 Portsmouth, Virginia I.. Ii' Donald Shrum S, ' A Woodstock, Virginia A A- h A. N ,If 3 Y, .sQ:.gi7" gttfg l --ai ,Y X- lg X. E :ii wi. x 5721 1 Don Simpson Vienna, Virginia Frank Singleton ' '3 Portsmouth, Virginia ' ' 'X r l Alvin Smuzynski Arlington, Virginia Keith Stansbury Rockville, Virginia 99 a V I Ji- ,fe- nf' V' '1""+N '- I N, . as ,- 'Q 2 ies- , "" A rn SS A HV. l 1 , ,g ,M fx " JA I A gs! f 4' 35, , ,-zz., .f . fy., ' 5 it is , 'f ' W.. f I , W 1 'hh 6- ' x 4 'CQ 'iff' L7 ,, m l ,E 321:2 1 ' f , 452 4 .. . -,i I I I . 'MQ .gg 5 2 Q l . .S t i ul . af , , Wi La rrV Stiefel ' 'J 1 Ft. Eustis, Virginia , .V ' Diane Stone , ' is Portsmouth, Virginia af 1 ' 1 1 4 Q' f ' ' I I Aj W van.: -, 'fr' , .q.,:,,. . ..,. if el-.1,., ,. ., E I 3 x Qfifm, .. - was-. , . fsmzf V. 5-2-':2,.,:5af.1"'-a -.::ff.,. ,ij J: - 2 .- :aa-a:f:'. A515 i.,. 12- J, A '- Paul Sturgill Suv A Michael Sullivan Utica, New York Robert Sunday Norfolk, Virginia Edwa rd Strickland Wilmington, Delaware Portsmouth, Virginia Gerald Sriatho Metuchen, New Jersey Corky Tally Wilmington, Delaware '4Nfe' . -T1 2- if ..' 49-'I' Sandra Tarr Paul Touro Robert Taylor John Thompson Chincoteague, Virginia Highlands, New Jersev Washington, D. C. Sparta, New Jersey X I f -me Fran Thornton Dennis Toci Roger Touhey Susan Turner C0r"'Well5 l'lel9l'1fS, Eost P0fe"S0l'L Front Royal, Virginia Portsmouth, Virginia Pennsylvania New Jersey 100 i - X Q. Ml N top , fy N, Helen Underwood Portsmouth, Virginia Linda Van Doren Annandale, Virginia Richard Vincent Portsmouth, Virginia KA Q., ,ll 3, A Y V -2 gf" ' f Sigma Phi and their pig. Rita Wagner Staunton, Virginia Thomas Warfle Alexandria, Virginia Ginger Watts Alexandria, Virginia Janice Upton -,N f Chesapeake, Virginia Douglas Varner Alexandria, Virginia Theresa Wadner Roanoke, Virginia "l'll understand it all someday." Q...- Robert Walls Lewes, Delaware Glen Watkins Camden, New Jersey Marcia Weaver Harrisonburg, Virginia 1-Q ,A . ir Y-s::'?2'.A' ' fv ' """ 11- j 1' 11,3 . G X l 3' 'Cff I 9515 lOl "'f Ronnie West Seaford, Delaware William Whittaker Jacksonville, Florida "lt's just wild." Wayne Vifheeler Poughkeepsie, New York Larry Williard High Point, North Carolina 'vor f James Wells Portsmouth, Virginia Gary Wermick Portsmouth, Virginia 1 Cin., Q Morris Wells South Hill, Virginia Charlotte Wise Virginia Beach, Daniel Willis Peter Wilson Virginia Chesapeake, Virginia Norfolk, Virginia 'I wxsusiy X if Y 41m-M .. P--s ' X x 'e K . A r Y X- Q , t t st " .- xi Q. -'F . " ' -, X i5l"g5i-5 Nik' R T- I .. N ffiiffl M Ng: Kmimf P .- E MNCYV' :ig ips. fy gk .-me :P,iat'Q.bt ,-12. SSN 1312 - sux. Donlf PUSl'1,1USfSl"0ve gently- . 2 "No,! I always come in from dates with a daffodil and a towel." Barry Zachary High Point, North Carolina Paul Zolak Donora, Pennsylvania Klaus Zunke Hanover-Dohren, Germany me if i ,kms A if , Wil.. ill? "N.,S:i .- Egg-ig, 1, , ,gg 2-'39-:ff P H, tgquau 41- it! X F. " T11 .Q ...-3, X 4 Y 'glue 2. t v K 5 N N .4 Bill Winder Newport News, Virginia Florena Woods Portsmouth, Virginia Wayne Wright Woodstock, Virginia Awwww . . . come on and give me a break." . Q gym ,gk fgg ,V E x -.v. gl-5' , . - Q is 'Q -. sh ,E , Am- -. A 1 1-1 gi 4 1, A A l xx 1 Carol Woodroof Bedford, Virginia Debbie Wright Hampton, Virginia Dwight Young Oakton, Virginia Ain' -rw ' gf 334511-.'-Lg-,, :', -.- 1 -.".h-'lw1. .,v,' :'. , ,f.. ' A-.lu V, -, ff f f - f. 1. .gf Q' , ' A ., ,:f,':lf. ,- Vg ,,f fl, ..1A H . N.. ,. - . ' 'v 55 . -'ns'-v k an ,4 .: W-. '.':.v.-:.-,, -- 1-. 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M Wm df. ,MV ir A-4y.,,,,i,1, ..,.,1:,'A, A I N ., , ,. , - , . v . 1 ' -1-:fx "- vw ,-4 Q. . . , V . c - Jw-. g -if V 1' s ,rd ,, " 'Tw , V' '-'--qv., N , H, ., ,. 1, ' ' - - T , ...L 3.14 iN.Av:,Vs,V .13 , .14-,x..2,f ' . - wi , . 3' . : - f-1'T .I ' ' 'f"'- ., f'-f.5,, Q L" 'W ',,w:k7',, ., 1 ' gl",- Vf 'f,Ql,'1m. ' -- ,,g..,A www. , 'V , '., H.kj3,gec-., ' ,, 17 4. ' ' ,AQ Q ex-fZm.N, ,. 'Q u -"',::jn 1 -Hfw:".- ." iw-'1"' ' , f'1"- " 'Q ff: ,- '-- :, ,y3'. N ,4 .,Sf...fry--.n-3qn.fq.,.,V ,. 5, .Q-1. -1 5' , N.. Y - lp, -1--.4, VA ,1-':-'.,z:,N-T. -f "QQ J --X1 .,.,-. -.,! r ,qv U fV'1f, "'f1"3iH::+.'2g1. w. 1 -f' . ..4.: Z,-14, AV UDMA' M rv, ,RAY ,w ",. mvvmfx 1 ' A I. -u J "f7:'gf- . ,-. I -.f-V, ' ihfi- ' Big Sisters wait at gate to greet Frosh girls. vrvvgv 'rg Q-f""' '9'O'o CI -, - 3262? ., 2 sm . vi ' x Af' 4 ,J x I 'V I l b I M Wx 1 vt 14 I 5 , 1 Q 4 J .,I "Nl-:-B' . 6 in '23 ,,,,. . fn M . Q ,4f1r':'.?.L.w,, Q x , 5-ig w- '-: Q., cess' Richard Headley and Margaret Armisted give directions to Dean's office. Freshmen Urienlatiun i V .... A H - , . 'N' ,P Q., - - f ,'.,. . . ' X-'N-. . A 5 "wt 4.f. as. V Dr. Ericsson arrives to meet freshmen advisees. r , " Y ti li iif ii .'e'x X' Xe as W fs il . . -- Xi A if 'xii V3 ., . ini, ,:ow,s.x.sQ QNWX Bonnie Gootee, Big Sister, and Shelley Watson of APO greet new students. 'ww . K A fx .s-: , M.. - N Q , r X f:1,e .m - " w N .- we Y- +V S, .sv N + r . .: +Q,s:Q,e , 533 . - Q gf' . , .Ss .,f - we ,ft is .s,x .sr. us is , N ,, TN Q .:,'W3,zQ' ,-.ggi-:.'. N NNN Q he s Q- 'f ae -fs ew- ss- K ' A M K' ft' sf 'mm f "" f ' - .:-sw 'A+ ,Q-3-A es: " ,. , . 'Q1vwg,gS if ' X vacuum .gf . - A 4 K Ni -X ,rg .A 'Q ff, .vw ,, 5 Q ess.S:.,S.cS? ' Tis'-'-'Y V' I' f,I?'- w.+.i' 'lm ' 1 ' Q 1 2 K X J' 2:23. 'g mr .s'iff'1'f":. . l' il ,gag t ...vs vos.: 4 . r - ,, . -N - it it' N. -wx ' BW . ' C x- i ,u Q -- X, S all . 1 -cw .i. .Q N E. - Remix' ' "No, Sir! You're not lost - this is Frederick College. 106 Hnd Hnnuai Picnic im After this line the food had better be good. ann. , A xi-S? .+f Y 3 ' Y? 'gg S E ,S xgmqi ,eww Cafeteria help charcoal hamburgers as hungry Frosh wait. IO7 Young Worthies garbage in Hvmevnminu 1965 0UeenHnd Court -lx. ,.v W , . 1 ,pos R ' 5 A 0 C 6 fvfr' lm Freshmen finally get rid of beanies. Queen Jackie Bishop and escort Jim Gregory. A A - ,N . -- 'Q '- '2-31IlIB!4'hilF!A2.'i., 'ci IO9 -at . 1 T to te! ,, , Maid of Honor Kathy Seaton with escort Steve Cottrell lf..-L,..':s.. J 1. x-x. - - X-1 .mxgmmwammfmmma-azxwnvww , -fi.. ,- Q. - .,.s.:s. vw-A..-..1..w -..,1..:.,,:.- A Y.,,1..,w-' ' .. f . , I , 5' , g , ' "" i' . X 4 J' -. - lf -P 2 i . X K fx i X 'i i . V' . I , I h.-:,Kyvv:gfsi-,'-- Hx. kia: ' .. ,. f-. .-M,5A,1-,,,,.' -fQ.,.Xfs 5. ,,, N :N.zM.wsww.'m,,?k ,I if f' gn- V., I.. J, 3 N, L . l -, . wx I If x 1 Q, -Q, i , , . , Q V IJ Q--9, .2 ,ff , , . .,, v F I . i ' X ' .X ' ..., J' .l.,.,',,a.qx., ,- P. , .Nik-,f:.-ms . ag 311 , 1 gr--.s ,,,. i s YgNQs- A in ,... . , . .V V A ia w3,:s,,,.- ,J ,, 'E ks... U 53 i ibvk - - , s K m V ,X It ci 55 N N , 5 i i x ww N ' i a -.- S fp-.-,xi R . N X X 1X x E V. ,s Xxx Nx X X i i XX R 'X X Xx x NQR 4 X . X Xxgx xx x , SV wx q 5 sv X' fl X W xxx !2 i Xa X 'T' 'S-wg What does it all mean? And that is what the Lions did! Q xxb X N S x SX V Nga ,of WV!! "'- "' f:, :X 'Kwik' 1 'ifififis A - 4 i1f.,3:rf'W1' . r 'wav :X S ,Y Qs, wr --:Sa x f ,5 N :.. N -. N,-,W 1 .ag Q-.W J , f-5g,x.- , X-.Qs 1'1r" 'f:- - gg? lg QQ. 3, .Sag iii- .I ., 3563i N 5, sm QQ, - ivy.-.w ,,.':5:,1 - X QNX? -.5-wi ' . x N g,::gX..i.a: 2 'V 1. v few:-gy 1. ' -:eff ' i INS .jf -' if X if ' . E - .I '-'Kwai V N .f-'QQ' Nw Q . ' x X -SFif.5.' ' N 'f s. xx HO Homecoming llleeliendi Dorm - X Butch Morgan, past president of the SGA poses after crown- ing Kathy. First Annual IFC Sour Hour. Ileeeiaiiens, Buiiei Dinner Hnd Ueneeii H L 1 ' ,,55'7i --gif v wg, 494, '. . . - Q 1 Q , --,f .,, 445 , 1 , V4 912.2951 , " . F'-'G' " -ne. rp. 1' F NIE", Q - "-cr.. ' . V'-:ci L- 'X mv " ." . ,. Q I ,.- vie x me :- . L 5-94 -E ln,-.,4"'5 Shrum's famous 40 yard run gave the Lions the lead over Lenoir Rhyne at Homecoming. Four Freshmen provided entertainment. E Linz Brown, Registrar, gives a few pointers to the Freshmen. ,. ... .v,., , .., , V:'.4e4e2 . 5 Buttet Fur Students Hnd Guests r Y vu .N 'iff J 9 1 N X f.5'f' . , ai ' fx ' ' ' H . 'ff efgni :Q M ' 'la' i ti' e ' it 1 te m e 31519 -.,f, A4,, 5 t tfeus. 1 ex 5 f -We tj'-55 .N ' . ' X -rw eta F' 54 Nft' ,xg,-v..i's?.'i:"f":j3Lf 5 'U . 1 A u Ame ' s exudes . gg L E, - t-" ' it fe x- weft-g.i Plenty of delicious food for all. i ,.,,:,,v ' -- L eta P ' -' ' ' 'fttzfiyrn .I , . e , ,I .J NJ , lm, Qi? A s, .,,. -1 we l 1.1, 4" .AT e M. f F u " .v.44gf' 1" l' Buffet dinner served in Land Cafeteria 'J' N. -- -- ,'f-. C- pf- 1, ff, " z.r,fj,fLj. V xN'e f' v.. ' , v ','f .1 A - -.f Cy f '-a.,':n. - xg. - - Q C, L - .-- ,, 'za' , - -.4 , . , I, -- 1, r ,Q . in A t' -, 'P :-r: 0- ,: '1g14,,.2f.' . .,"eq'fff' a .,- H' 1' 14 ' ' - .,'f' 'I'j ' '-54.1,-.ur Nm . - - . fn- s' f- 1- 4,-. - 1 fl w ' " ' ' 1: ' 'if' ' 1 1 . .I -.5 -. . 4.x ' ,,,,'. 1 N- . xkxgh . Avi? 5 ,sg .I -, 3 -, Y2,,v-"1 V, 1-,If -we .ut -. K -. f . , -s-1:-"1 f X - -- -.H ' -,fn 1.4-.ff Af .W 1 -- ..,---- :.,-,g-,,v. 41 -,J 0 5 "-", 51.411-, 42: -'J 5 ' Y . Q. v X .t 1 --L',g, --1,104,451-.5 'ff' gf C. X L ,-- .- QQZZ4-. 5-f Cf. -C',:xg 4 hes' .X-,-'I.":i'f't '21, 5-fi", ' . ,- . .: f 'X ' '- rf 5' L Xxx xi X r X I: '4' 'NN K ug-Q up ti fy. , ,,M,.iiKM H M Vt ,LVM V Q-.- K! -4 n :ff K Four Freshmen entertain in Arena freshmen 'llueen Ut Hearts" Dance Connie Brown is escorted to her throne by Mel Walker. Whot's Tom looking ot? Queen of Hearts, Connie Brown ond her court, Jane Husk and Delores Wilson with escorts. Maybe this? l l 3 Circle ll Sponsors Blond Drive A A Bloodmobile at Record Gymnasium. Well, it did look like fun. Annually Frederick College Circle K Club sponsors a blood drive in conjunction with the Tidewater Chapter of American Red Cross. This year the bloodmobile collected two hundred and ten pints. A plaque was awarded to the campus organization having the highest percentage of donors. Looks like it could be fun. I F lt's a matter of being cool about it all. , - tx gf sw 5. S osfrrfii i A1 'sf' f- A E lifi -.-C 'f.lx11 n What's her next act? ll4 Frederick Cenceil Series wer..-: ,Y The Iberian Folk Dance Group was the first tall presentation in the Frederick College Concert Series sponsored by the college at no charge to students, faculty or the community. Charles White, Concert Pianist Mr, Charles White, second offering ot the Frederick Concert Series, astounded everyone with his unique style ot playing. X X an i J we Following Peter Nero Concert lost spring, IMPS fraternity spon- sored o Howoiion Luau in Record Gym. Imps Ga Hawaiian Hssemhlu Sliils le Puhlieize Christmas Uueen Candidates 1 45' fx as RQ' il if s, r WQUBF5' I. as ., N X ji Q, "All the world is gay . . ." -Wordsworth V 7' "Well - would you believe . . ." Tk- fb W s .. 'fl sei i l I 1 ' will Y if Q squmnzu Mann Hall actors demonstrate the residents' innate intelligence. l l7 iiedeiiclis first four Hear Anxious candidates listen for commencement addresses. One hundred and nine members of the senior class of i965 received degrees in a graduation ceremony May 3l. This was the first four year class to graduate from Frederick College, The exercises were held in the evening on the lawn behind the Science Building. Senator A. Willis Robertson of Virginia was the prin- cipal speaker at graduation. Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Frederick College, Justice Lawrence W. l'Anson introduced Senator Robertson to the audience. After Senator Robertson's address eleven candidates were graduated with honors, the first in the history of the school. Baccalaureate services were held on Sunday, May 30, in Tyler Auditorium with the Reverend Samuel McCom- mon of Green Acres Presbyterian Church, Chesapeake, delivering the address. The invocation was pronounced by the Reverend Charles Vache of Trinity Episcopal Church, and the benediction by the Reverend J. Carroll Fink, pastor of Centenary Methodist Church in Chesa- peake. Activities included a Senior Day on May 29 which was held off campus and included a day of picnicking and swimming. A dance was held that evening. On Mon- day morning the faculty sponsored a breakfast for the graduating class where the faculty served tables for the seniors. ,.,.-all ,JA Justice Lawrence W. l'Anson introduces Senator A. Willis Robertson. Class Hluarded Degrees Joan Barrett is given Cum Laude tassel by Dean Wood. Dean of the College, Dr. Ernest R. Wood certifies seniors for flgV,w.2. graduation. Q E Dr. M. E. Alford, President, confers degree on Roberta Gibson as Dr. Wood looks on. Liz Anderson's smile would make you think it was worth four years. 119 ,, ,, fl., -A 'Vega ff fr, ' , 4 I-. - V.- 'N ' ,79 '1!-2-lf . l ' .. e , . , , A.. Vg , -amy- ,4 je, V- . Q ,. -1 , -.5 - fl. .., 3.5,--'f' ,,1.gVLM I - ' V- 4 -'X . , "fs, V - " 0' x if'-skim, "' , .Jw Q-V , . V , 1 , ,f,,t.s it-.ef-. 1 ' ' P- . la. uhm 'wx 5 'Jn .v f 4' ,T -1-' 'i 1. eu r Je... , T 'W' ,. .. 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Color it what you will. li -igolml Halloween l-ll Eqqleslen Hall Don't worry, it was Thursday night. e l l, A li "Dedicated to worthy young men- women." l2O 1 HII The llliiches Hnd Guhlins Our fnghtmg men in octuon ,414 After all the mopping wos completed and everything returned to its place in the lounge, lhe Pa ilu Hller lhe Parlu everyone settled down to Q few quiet hours of folk music ond sing along with music provided by Robyn Stcinek ond Glen Heodmon. N' XR ... b 1 3 QM XX XXQ X X X N X in X .,,, l22 N ,J , .J FN I K-'K -pe 5 if , vs Q, ,, , . 5 fi 4, 1: M.: ,- ..,. Q3 , WHA. ! ...-f' N Wm . me . 1 43- 2 .. hm, Y 1 J we ,g 2 if H P ! S ,X 35. 9 : . V' 'wx km? N s Panel of students participation with moderator J. Blair. L, to R.: Jim Hutten, .lack Battenfield, Col. Blair, Klaus Zunke, and Bob Adams. ' 5 5 i i ' 1 . i l i . 6 Q. 1 iii , Iwzmev, xfziffa-Www? wwfaffwfwanffvfwvuf lleui Version Ut Great Debate "As an anthropologist and historian Well . . you got me there S . it S X 5 4 js' , , . 'iii 1 fe, X, 3 . if A Q March 7, I966: Something was held during Chapel hour at Tyler Auditorium. This "Something" was labeled a "debate," and it purportedly argued the values of the Christian Tradition versus those of the Scientific Disciplines. The two principles were Professor J. R. von Rheinhald-James- son fCaptain, Science Team? and Dr. Wil- liam Hasker fGroup Leader, Paradise Lost Squadl. Able support was lent by panel members Jim Hutten,'Jack Battenfield, Klaus Zunke, and Bob Adams. Moderator Jerome E. Blair cast his own certain brand of partial impartiality over the entire af- fair by praying on the one hand and prey- ing on the other. The stadium was packed, and the spectators were on the edges of their seats, but nothing much happened- except that a flood of mail protesting var- ious aspects of the whole affair flooded the Merrimac office during the "week after." ' i Religious Emphasis llleeli Dr. Docherty is entertained at a faculty reception by Prof. Withers, Prof. Helmbold, and Dean Harkey. .f Dr. Docherty. Mrs. Wood discusses Dr. DoCherty's address with students and Mrs. Eunice Ward. 125 wx V. '- vE,..? T " Je: . ' in Student members of Christian Student Union serve faculty Serving refreshments from I. to r. are Dee Dee McAllister, Joann Goodwin and Peggy Tierney. aqqmwm-www Hnnual Faculiu vs Circle ii Game .,.-an gil . . .X W Q 'S 'N N : J Y s Q x xx ,anww , N R, i s .......,.s.,......s.m-f..v2Q.W.M.annun Y. "Swish " Morsholi takes the court. , ,.,., .,,. - ,V 'f-cv " - --urn-1 H, sv i.. . .Q ..- ' 11 11 It went that way. 'sqx k. - YQ X " X- '-T is "V X xx X .X X .QNX YM-.Q-siw.-is M-xv-ngxwa-,Y : ' ,',- J .aumwsxx1w-j- w ' x ' i s i -A : . ' +A: X SXNNH P S ' NgQvsxivm w is ix . iixxvix .WF k X x A ,W x .Mx ' W X ' si Q sv- ., X ar ,ts X N 'Q' jg 'E-I .sr is . sm. w ,,,l M R Coach Hodges shows them the woy to do it. It's all o matter of simple mathematics X, r.. X Typ ri., . VX, 3 s 5 r X X , X 4? x- .4 zfzgwog- X NS. Docorolloo Record Ballroom v ,P George Pierce and Deon Seal hang porcrchutes. XS . ,N Q S Q X 3 E X R -3 tk: X .. X K N 'Q oe X x TFLX-iwi' ' V oi,-Q Q XEIQX -. - P X , if si" 3 , K- .Xe b .mT- ,Sr ' , or if.-S-fQ.'--eifixx ,, if X.,Xg,: QAM K X. O XXXi.xX5g! Q .rX,.X1 I 'NX fi XS?-i" :ww -ow :e,g.s,W ,ya Q i X . jx X X X .A rXXX X XXXNISTZX. . .NM Xxxgmeimxgiikx .Wai wx fx-ff' XX X . x N,BSAXNNR,e on few. ,X.XX , N A r, ,x M AX.MS :.i rX.X...WMx Q "There must be on easier woy to eorn cr living." n X if! f .Q N if xv X X Y L. Q . ,X X- x X X lx O- . , Xx 128 X . x, " ' o ' X- s - K . X X M , N .V X , X x f X, -N x XJ .oak X- Q. .xx x ,. XX: iwx A 1 X i l . X-wig l' 9X kd 3 Mr. Tucker, SGA Advisor, gives helpful supervision. SGA President Gordon McCourt, Mrs. McCourt and Mr. Tucker arrive. mistletoe Hnd Hollu President and Mrs. Wood and several faculty members enjoyed the Christman festivities. Everything worked out fine. Cafeteria workers served refreshments. It was hard doing the Watusi in that dress. F mistletoe Hnd Hnlln Dance miss Uarnlnn Patterson, llueen SGA President Gordon McCourt crowns Queen Carolyn Patterson. AQIYA S . 1. A night to remember, Refreshments from Land Caterers. McCourt gets the first dance as the court watches. Pause for the cameraman. Everyone came. ' i 5 311- ,ifrffe ,, 1' :,g f r ,T QM . 1 f gms? Surrealism hits Godwin Hall. Angel hangs angels on her door. Mrs. Ward believes there is a Santa. llhiislmas Spirit QV 132 invades Frederick E ,K Sf! 5 , 04. Af . -N4 vay Mother Hill admires her handiwork. 5 . 9. A . ,1 dx. 1 . 1 ll .'-g - 'Z 4 1 .di i. 1 s i , 'bfi P" It's more than a decoration if you want to take it for what it is worth. That is the best news Frederick has had since the last catalogue. 133 l l . l ' 1 1 l r lielllns Hall llelehrales Uulelide ,af Don't believe cz word of it. "Try af. Look what Santo Claus brought I mode it myself I34 Sanla Claus Came ln Eggleston QS. 'Q ' -A l u , ,. -l , t will l l 1 "Twos the night before Christmon vocation ond oll through the dorm . . Always getting in the picture Look what Santa brought It won't be so bad once you use it, Borb! Mrs. Rainer. Mrs. Wood is guest of honor ot the party. Don't bother counting the colories tonight, girls. ,rM'97I"? 136 Santa lllill llol Home Until lhe Girls 60 lo Bed Maybe they will find use for it lf only it would fit. X cf Q 5 ff swqw Surprises For Hi 1 "But that is not what I wanted." "The stockings were hung by the fireplace with care." Sing along time 137 That would be a nice surprise in anybody's stocking. IUGH lilicmphnnies lllalie fiisi lllin Swish" Marshall goes to the board. ,f f 'ft . 1,a',4 P 4 ' "Honest John" Stauffer tries for two points. lt's about time to do something Microphonies provided consolation entertain ment tor the defeated faculty. 138 In Seasons Uver frederick Facultu Wonder what this crew is watching? tt ' :-254.4 ,W :Nm a i! 91. I W N LW- 1 fx it P 3 EQ' 5 N- -I ,K -2, , t' : :Ri 53x Q' E Qt -' ig: A 1 It 33- f ,ff .- - ,gf A Q . . :Nav 2 ' -- f ' .- ' Q -fi ff' ---3 X- - ti -1 ii- 1 'EE' . it X .V 315 W it -. .J ix f R t 3 - , Q? 12 5 lb x.kb. Q ,asa by 1 V a P 3 " 3 I 2 ' - q - f at if '. '- 1 111. .f--'F' , 1 2' 5? . ,z iv 1' - ' ci u '21 X t -' " W is s. -,lwvf 1 ' ,L Pussycats work out with students. J ' ' N' V A "'- . X, . f N V ' ' -.-sis, wz-?.-mZ--Ve?:'-- 11,59 , 5 The WGH Golden Pussycats make their en- fl'Ol'1CE. 139 ,v'd,,,- Spring Formal AP,- ml. EEG ui Music provided by "The Clefsf' 'if Vsxx Q r 'f 3 :rw 41" YE? What's in the cup? Aw, come on ond dance with me. 140 -351 Dee Dee swings out. wif' Everyone gets his yuks, . 4, 353 - Mr. and Mrs. Boll chaperone the dance. It was 0 great evening. You are not supposed to ioak at the camera. Q fl? i--wi , X f 5 X Q-q.m.'S::Q N' If .,l "Gee, Nance, that tickles." The Band Plaued Un Q" 3 n-ww: ff Xi Wcfvi if X ,Q Administration comes to join the fun. 142 1445. , "X - V' f Everybody hams it up at Happy Hour. X fs' xxx "' TQ-gif' , ., fs, K I6 ,MQWWW ' --- 4-lx lx W X, 5. " -K XX :xg Q : X S Nm 1' Q YQ ,X 3 5 tk fr sg xx Ku Xxx? b X 4 , x 1 www M Q V N Mi Myron is still looking for his people. lmps Happu Hour for lun llnd Insp . " ' 5-I L2774. 1 1 l IL x i 2 ig. iralion Y , .,,, 1 Wm, ' M -'n-...,...., These guys only have ginger ale in the containers. But Jimmy, everybody is supposed To be happy. l43 an- ..- - ' -.Nj ,. .,.,, ,nimivi Pep Rallies lend Spiiil ln lions Cowboys and Indians go at it again! L. to R. Pat Nelson, Fran Thornton, Kathy Seaton, Elsie Dawson, Phyllis Finch and Marcia Peele. Cowboys and Indians at peace again. Mourning for C. W. Post. We even tried to threaten them. l44 Cheerleader Captain Phyllis Finch leads the crowd. Fly much? l- V ir Spirited Freshmen build a bonfire for Friday night pep rally. Lose much playing time for injuries? IY, Male cheerleaders recruited for tumbling exhibition at half time. l45 Cheerleader sponsor Mrs. Pat Stautfer imitates Coach Madigan in skit poking fun at the football team. Graduate Record Exams frustrate Seniors A hack 4 Mass frustration-or so they said. Jerry Gavin ponders exam. I Quit now and avoid the rush. I4 Trivett took it all too seriously. v.:-: i 5535: Chest X-Rags Hre Hee in ' MT 5: Hmm , I sexy. va --. D V lia r NN ' ,E -E355 4 .x -ifgzgfzggk '-xiii.. -:L .ff if A . F 9-psf - -fi: , - Y' . - - . , f V.. n ew Virginia Department of Health Chest X-Ray Unit bases at Frederick for a day. trade ink Now what do I do? That didn'f hurt, did 147 2 I E -, '.,:"' L ,. 1 1552 il -f . fif:?lf'2?i?i 5. ii , 9' ,if fs Jack Holland steps up to the Bat Ray. i ...,...u ....,- . - I th! . 3 I . as I i 1 Winter '15 -1 CD D- CD -I CD D Q D 'D D CD E' D D -I D CD C1 DD 1 D CD D - D- A 'S if A-v'do-I ...na Dr. Helmbold and his family troop to Land Cafeteria. 148 'QPF' X-,gx i 'Li 5 :W , - WW! n in: 4:1 .Vs 4 6.,v:'i ""- 3431 X V NL 1-1. X fbi' -v A Ji . x I Hay, K r M .S A""N r " , X A-:..L,.,g ., W. .... .., J U.. V ,,,,,,,WA . J F 1 , a1'1:2 2mj,f'r' ... ,5 15- '1 ,,'.' r"-'. -:, .' fs--"' - pf. I ' i 4"'fv-' f 1 ..f-is ' . .,.. BEEF- - 5 if , . "MT-" '11, ..-1' U v.: Il- f v,-., ' ' mr, 1" v, , ,,,,,N.Q-.-l'.V,,5?ql-'Az' ' ' D fi' .1 X ' 'X . H .W .. wggfi' dglx. . ., Q 'yy' K e. . -iv W-I KF ind: .sw -S " Q: ,- .-wh .-5' A 5.2,- s,-wf .X 4 , 1 an , . 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After only four years . . . "But they told me when I came here . . l . - im "P ,fu H1 . e.,, . X 'I X. ,L .X REX lgl x.1,llHera-mug' X l f I nik h X then there are stereotypes of idiots Q 'X 1, , 1 ., Y A Q 4-- -53. 5, - - k me W . ' 5.-!.w!'..-5 Y TK H And we have brilliant young authors . . . .3 -5 JV- px. . ., . , L.. , . world. Iwi, to all the problems fOCif1Q the So the Big Bear put the Greenwood to bed. m Personalities ln licliun F' H in ,Q wa f-we '1 + "Oh! What's the use?" Guess it's just been too much! -:sn -Q 1 -pm en, gf.. 0.4 .5 .. ,Q 'G 5 Q yt ' i , xr 'X 2 t.. -41 2 Q , 4 Q -g-if ,. it 'S sr-'QS K 52 at 9' "Look Ma, no feet!" We won't tell Gladys, Pete. The caption was supposed to be "Have an apple horiey"g but Gardner always has to get in the act. . No, I've adjusted very well to college lite." 5. 0 TKD foils them again. ". . . and furthermore boys and girls . . ." "l'm supposed to be twenty-three but I was sick ci year." 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Clst Rowl Carl Nordstrom, Irene Feredaz, Delores Wilson, Pot Nelson, Dixie Stevenson and Kieth Johnson. Second Row, Frank lzenhour, Jack Flannagann, Eddie Hienz, Bobby Gladstone, Mike Hogan, Bert Marshall and Karl Schultz. .....,.,,......,,..fA-v,..i-,.,.. , ,,,.4,.: 2 r . QM Jim Cavender administers oath to incoming treasurer Richard DY- M. E- Alford is PfeS9ft'f9d with 0 feDliC0 Of fhe C00f'0f'5VmS in Flyft-,el assembly. l55 Z 1 lt S SGH Eiooii os Go Bio Timo lliiih Borrowed Voiioo Iiiaohioo Butch Morgan, SGA President and Jim Sykes demonstrate use of voting machine. Here goes the first customer. She will not say how she voted. Now Butch takes a turn. 156 A X F' Q . sbs... X Y I Xf Q' Y "' Traffic court turned into a travesty when the Mafia invaded. SGH Hciiviiies SGA sponsored the Christman formal. Gordon crowns Carolyn Patterson Queen. President Gordon McCourt officiated at Homecoming activ- ities. "Let's see now! The instructions are here somewhere." Securitu Patrol Protects Campus ja' A 4 J , "7 J' , f"f'k ,H Ailllfli Six ,. W .f Mr. John Adams, Security Officer. rf . N9 Security officer Jim Harcum makes a little money for the SGA. f 2 f. , K W'- gr' if wc Security Force, CL. to R. lst Row? Bill Kellon, Mr. Adams, Walter Thompson, Standing: Jerry Marsh, Tom Pryor, Maike Mason, Woodie Safrit, Jim Harcum, William Fetty, and Tom Cciltigirone. l58 'w i uv'- S ' 1 ' 4 fa lb, KY Frederick College Choir 4, I un' ' Mr. Don Smith, Director. 9 ., .. . ..Q.1..p.y,m.s:..a. Nl mmm arms Practice makes perfect Hi' 'I 5' vw if 9 J ."', ,Q I f -gf! gif P vs 1 ' 6' 'E Q: ix.5: 'i? 'Y ff W g x 9. 3. Q ,J Wegsxi i!xi ?l ? ' Q. Q , , - . ., , . , , 3 m M 1.m F' 'M " ' H an ,fr K-Qm"wf1-'.,.fg,,--2-,-x""""N E Mr. Smith directs the chorus in a practice session. if '1 Chorus leads the student body in Christmas Carols Modrigol Singers. ., ik , Frederick College Band y A- . - - A , , , , ' ' 4 " l . uf- """-vw-vunnv1l24!a..f5f. 'V .. .. ' van Mb.. mz1,:.f" ,V , 44 I Q ' -w , 5,5 7 we, . , . E l ' . ' ,M Q: . -1- an - 1 ,Q gf.: '-rfb , .. - ' - .5 " i1-- , ,.-+ve-g:..,.,.e-ff " fM.H1,. V- 4 , 3, 1 ,Q 441739 "gi, ' ',-,EQ---4.1, K Vg e ,bf -J'-ff' 4 ' , -. -H-4,-'--r.-x IA, -wr F V-LA . x, '- e. . -ms V. ,-.,--, - 5s1.,,,,ef-,gg-1i,,,g5g-.,5, . ..- -'-- --' -A,---S. , ' A- A ,A is .. . ..T,,uZ..f . - Y , - M , 're ' is-1',,g-ag if -' " - i . - Msn V Q: ..-l-,H l .il ' .'?'Q' : ,-.41 V Y - Lf' -.."'lt '-fag -. T011 . 'tl 5 --5-.nf 's . I Cv-'F 5 -.711 -' ,HM 1' ' -Qtr pb' 'gr Q , 1 . , Q , 1 .. W vw , . V. - .Af , F ' f::"f...J3.' .fu "lm, -:.ff' "'f.g.' Professor Wayne Tipps, Chairman of the Music Depart- ment. M-A T- , kv y 1 -I 'nm ll f1'1-3'i14"7l ff' l "W . I j, M . - N343-.r '- 'L :""3.- . Concert Band The Frederick College Concert Band, under the direction of Mr. Wayne Tipps, devoted its time to the study and performance of some of the finest band literature. lt opened the '65-'66 school year with a lawn concert. ln January the band participated in the Concert Series with a concert performance. February closed with a concert which premiered Second Suite for Band, Opus 2, No. 2, by Charles Torian, Jr., Assistant Director of Bands, Other formal concerts were presented before closing a very successful year with a series of lawn concerts. Ill The South Left to right--Lloyd Grant, Doug Mills, Wcyne Weaver, Bob Gibble. Neil Richter perfecting his playing 11 1 i i R 9 li 4 T 4 i E BAND COUNCIL: 'i ,MM L R., Frank Knott, John ' Ford, Doris Brown, Don i Smith, Kenny Lipscomb. fWayne Weaver missing from picturei. Bands. 1 Charles J, Torian, Jr., Assistant Director of E. in Percussion section leading band during re- hearsal. Mr, Tipps instructs students on correct playing procedure. Band during lawn concert. 164 I 1 i i Leroy Vaughn conducts the "Thirsty Thirteen". W- 1---J Left to right-Tom Winfree, Wayne Weaver, Barry Threewitts, and Lynn Baker bring enchanting music to the audience supporting the basketball games. Left to right-Joe Sayblack, Jack Flanagan, George Phillip, and Frank English during a performance of the "Thirsty Thirteen". l65 Lett to right-Danny Willis, John Ford, and Kenny Rich ardson prepare for winter concert. The percussion section during a lawn concert iplv ,aff ?'1-Zifhia 'f miuxiuaxaf -- Qian e -. -531 R, , ,. W, -,, i.,,,.-i ilu, 2" 7213: fi 'f'f1"i 1.4 ..,,f,i 3, .Zz ' ' 1151 ,ii is-S522 . 9' 4,119 I as X- ,., - r , .- e Y s' Pg- "" G lf Q lv .I - --sq ,,,,,,.Q lv aqui QR. .X '-S1355 l V, P PTM! f A 1 ' N if-if X lllarchinq Band Sophomore, Frank Knott, leads the Marching Band across the football field at half-time for the second straight year. 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J fx RX Q N q 'won ,. rafsfr Q l X il , f X ui 1 , - ..-:egg Y A N s :ski A X -W . ..x, The 1965-'66 Color Guard on the field at half-time. frederick College Plauers ' 'E id I , . , ghd. W. P. Covington lllg Director. ' i , W N. . 'ii Tom Raines starred in "Dock Brief". 3: VX Herb Cummins and Tom Raines in "Thieves CarnivaI". Frederick Players produced the very appropriate "I 9 8 4" 167 A jx. ,I SSS ,.. ., . f ' fu . , . 'M .1 A ff, , ,ss-'n eff' .,., V, ,gm e .qw 5. jf 1 .ff Ng 9 . ,, . '43hiriiers" QI U. HI. S. lIicCIeIIan 4, fy.. , ' A iff John Belper , . . Margref Belper Richard Murray -' :M ky : :gk P , .:' af' gsmf, .4 Bla Ai 72,2 "I can't stand it any longer . . ." XX ! "Never with a knife my boy." 168 Directed by Myron Segal, assisted by Robyn Stanek. CAST OF CHARACTERS r .Q as Rick Bowers , . . Fron Thornton . . Skee Stansbuty X Q "I'm going to and NOW!" ,Q -fm, i A".-71' lil' X '--'rf A mM 1 , M-Lil . ' Ex I "Noe-ooooooooooo!" Q ,:"' , . em.: "The Bum" hu Hman llheknv CAST OF CHARACTERS Un order of appearoncel Directed by George Pierce with SueElIen Howell assisting LUKA ....... ....,, ,.,...,,,.. ..,. L a r ry Short MRS. POPOV . . , ...... .,,.. , , Mary Height GRIGORI STEPANOVITCH SMIRNOV John Schaffer . "lt isn't right ma'arn. You're wearing yourself out! "I'll grind you to powder." "Sir I beg of you-don't scream!" "Will you be my wife?" "l'll Shoot." A This ls The Driftwood Staff: 4 Martin E. Green, Editor-in-Chief. Prof. Philip Buchanan, Advisor. 4 Hvlaas Fred Porter, Assistant Editor. Frank Knott, Sometime Assistant Editor. 1966 Driftwood Staff, Color It Gone Danny Driftwood, Sports Editor 170 Color Il Uccasiunal Q. t. f . c l Barbara Gore, Organization Editor. ng' 'ig l I 135 it 'T if .W ' Y X v, if ttf ix l it , D i K4 .basl- .- ,, . zxbfr, u.,fa."" I Features Editor Carolyn Wenger and Assistant Linda Hudgins. ii? ,xv , ,V ,arf "Baby Huey" Bullock helped with indexing and copy work. The Saturday night crew: Herb Cummins and Joann Twiddy. Jim Cole earns pledge merits for PHI ALPHA Pl by helping a frustrated 4 , ,4 editor. lllheie Have Hll lhe Uuunq Journalists Gone? Jeanne Neff, the only secretary who cannot type, file or sweep floors. Our idol and inspiration! Danny Driftwood, Sports Editor, just cannot take it. lt is only 3 a. m. and the night before the final deadline. D. J. Young lends his valuable knowledge in cropping pictures. ,,r' f Professor Buchanan checks over final copy. Q! 1 , si v i svo 1 1 s , 'C John Bottenfield IV, Editor QTLSS. X' A f 27 l n O SWT' 4 i 51 ,.- :n. u.,. ,, P .. , fs 'fi' V A eases f, A x2l El A9 ' Q K ,- , -- , , 4 " l Professor Wilmer H o e r r serves as Merrimac advisor. -.. .554 , F vrlv A , Q-M-A , 1 xwgef' W' Staff member Fred Porter works feverishly to meet deodline. Jock discusses loyout of new issue with Bill Cline. Dwighf YOUVWQ heUCl5 Meffimuc Dl'10l0QVC1DhY' I73 iiierrimae Serves ie Veiee Students Ideas Qing Editor Battenfield cuts paper dolls to pass the hours, .'xXYl'25:t ,Q. N ' X ,fl 'Rain k x CMQWX fKwx :xp-:cg .5 :. . . ,- ' - g ,I-fS33yX,.a.-. . .x Phyllis MilIer's typing sure did give the printers a .A I X -4 Let's get this thing organized. 1 451 elim r 1 will-I iuiirliil' llliiilx ' .fffnrunulaiiuamill Ill-519 Ililxx+N" iiieniiei Everyone shows up on Monday evening for assignments. literate magazine Publishes Creative llliitinqs Ut Students as contributes Jack Battenfield, Merrimac Editor, helps with technical details of layout as well s 1 i Herb Cummins gives copy a final proofing Marty Green in his typical loafing position --fi. Mary Jo Wimsatt self styled poet lauretress of Frederick The Spring of i966 saw the third publication of THE LITERARY MAGAZINE, composed of work by college students. The effort of compiling and super- vising 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 literary works for publication, His ex- pert criticisms and sincere advice made this third literary attempt a publication that will set a high standard for all forthcoming publications of this na- ture. Phutnqiaphu Siafi lllalies Marty Green tries to figure it all out. Each year Frederick College is fortunate enough to be able to publish a yearbook, newspaper, and va- rious publicity brochures. Little is seen or known of the very few people who make it possible for this lit- erature to be illustrated with photographs of the campus and student life. No one has ever sat down and totalled the hundreds of hours these people spend every year in the darkroom developing and printing pictures without any compensation to themselves. A photograph is something we may look at once and form an image of it in our minds, but just now stop and reflect upon the many hours it has taken to produce just one picture. These students often make a very dear sacrifice in fulfilling this job. Many have spent so much time trying to meet publisher's dead'- lines that they have failed to meet minimum academic requirements and were thus forced to leave school. Next year as each of the publications is prepar- ing to go to press and you see photographers around campus trying to supply photographs for your year- book and newspaper, give them all the assistance and co-operation that you can. Also, give them a big pat on the back, they deserve it. Danny Gardner served as print washer and dryer first semester. Glen Headmann kept the photography staff rolling first semester. 'EZ' ,i,A':f s. 'Q i, Publication Ui Ueaihiiuli Possible .vos 1' 'N l Nha -E- s Fred Porter is still trying to figure out where to put the 'film Frank Knott uses 35mm enlarger. 5 74 1 FREDE C DLL! .,. 3 Dwight Young looks Q little tired after meeting his deadline. l77 Big Sister lliqanization Hids L. to R. lst Row: Barbara Overman, Kathy Seaton, Macie Ward, Emilie Diggs, Jean Maddyg l2nd Rowl Hope Faulkenberry, Sandra Bazemore, Valerie Hill, Judy Bloodclot, Jackie Biship, Betty Holsinger, Carolyn Patterson, Diana Kreger, Kathy Rairdon, Mary Ellen Etheridge, Judy Overman, l3rd Row? Joy G., Jane Laughlin, Mike Adams, Dixie Stevenson, Marcia Peele, Pat Nelson, Dean Gibson, Nancy Counts, Nancy Stanford, Janice Hammond, Robyn Stanek and Maredith Jones. incoming Freshmen women find that the task of adjust- ing to college life is often more difficult than they had an- ticipated. In order to combat this condition, Vivian L. Gibson, Dean of Women, organized a Big Sister Organization several years ago. The purpose of this organization is for upperclass- NTNTRM men to greet the freshmen when they arrive and show them around the campus, help them in getting settled and adjust- ing to their new life. The organization is divided into two groups. The upper- classmen form the older and guiding group of the Big Sister Organization while the sophomores from the junior group. Each girl is assigned an incoming freshman girl as a little sister. The girls also help the deans with the registration and assignments of rooms and post office boxes for the girls. Dean Vivian Gibson, Sponsor 178 lleui lieshuiomen ln Selllinq Big Sisters Dee Dee McAllister, JoAnne Goodwin and Peggy Tierney serve at faculty Getting settled at last. reception. First Row: Jeanne Kellie, Sharon Eastie, Betty Geiger, Nancy Smith, Laura Williams, Becky Keith, Gladys Mialik, Kathy Owens. Second Row: Arlene Kitchen, Bonnie Gootie, Sue Howell, Pat Ward, Dulce Hernandez, Judy Blankenship, Kathy Seaton, Jackie Reynolds, Bobbie Kessler, Irene Ferrandez, Laura Askew, Doris Brown, Mary Hunt, Joanie Ward, Barbara Stephenson, Margaret Armisted. I79 Circle ll llluh y.. 'A L. to R. lfirst rowl: Bob Romero, Glenn Palmer, Bert Marshall, William Fettey, Dick Mercer and Tom Pryor. Standing: William Luter Howard Wright, Doug Paschall, John Amon and Archie Johnson. I l .s .get Sim Mi: N35 like is t . S si 180 lift 553i x Q 'Q Professor E. Murray Rudisill, Advisor 1 , r -Q l r tl iir 1 l , r P E Officers, l. to r.: Howard Wright, Vice-President, Doug Paschall, President, and John Amon, Secretary-Treasurer. 'IMA Uirolo ll Sponsors goes is Blood Drive 8 Faouliu Sports Willing volunteers wait in line to donate. The Circle K Club, sponsored by, and under, the guidance of the Kiwanians who promote the trahnng of the youth ot today for the leadership they will assume in the near tuture, provides the key by which the club, College, and community may be brought closer to- gether. Through their various proiects and ac- tivities, both the college and community bene- Ht This year one hundred and fifty-tive Fred- erick College students donated their blood in the Red Cross drive sponsored by the Circle K. This became the greatest contribution since the first drive, sponsored by the Circle K in l966. . ,, ,g 1 4 Q H 1 , mv..- 47 . 1 b 2 W 3 1' 3 E Y 2 Q Q ,. - , Q E Q E 2 E I 5 5 2 f 2 2 ' 1 , 2 a E ' Wx 'Q We ,.....f as W """'4u"w AM-ff 034- ASS 4 M. E, v f'S'K 5 s 'KK 1 if Q E 3 '1 . 1 -N , - I QL V , 1 W , 'P 'Q '3 'Q 'Q 3 3 3 , X 2 f 2 9 : 1 1 ' V v ' 5 ' H ' 3 ,Z ' 5 5 3 5 1 1 ' .W ' ,.., V, M, -N, A-11. M, Q Q W' Q, 'Aw 'Q 'V-Q "4-1' .,, W, 'N'-K M. Q 1. W- M R x -S ., . , ,... 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I, John, Jock, ond Dorris survey remodeling of The music building. P Y z Ken Lipscomb ploys solo during Iciwn concert. I l r F Mr. Wayne Tipps, Advisor, gives work crew doily instructions. 183 ,gsm A Jock instrucis Dorris in ploying snare drum. Phi mu Mappa f f 19 l .fit Members of M.E.N.C. are distributed throughout the music department Becky Kieth and Lloyd Lone discuss future plans of M.E.N.C. Post President of SGA joins M.E.N.C. Christmon Carrol- ers. music Educators National Conference j gf. .x -.-'tries'-f , ' i v e' . 5 N X ,J .gvf j J K E 3 . , . '-seen. " ' Q5 Pfvcig . at in ' ' K ,IS , 9 Q . Q , t 12. t - 1, .ww- 1, -X W Q 5,90 X . sy ' f N ., wk , g et I -- fgy gffff Q it e "R . tlee ll Hnuiell Chapter Student Virginia Edueatinn ilsseeiatinn .V V .,, 4 - . is-e is ,Que gs we 3 , X Q Q ax- , X ff : ,,. rg ,fs L to R, First Row: Judy Bloodgood, Joyce Koelsch, Judy Overman, Frank English, Brenda Feree, Barbara Overman, Linda Muse. Second Row Mary Ann Doremus, Brenda Radford, Vickie Dudley, Peggy Tierney, Carol Pace. ve Miss Anita Withers, Sponsor. Russell Flammia, President. The S.V.E.A.'s main purpose is to acquaint prospec- tive teachers, members, and non-members with the basic requirements of the state in which they intend to teach. Secondly, it attempts to present would-be teachers with some of the daily difficulties that will confront them in the teaching profession. Occasionally, there are guest speakers from various school systems throughout the state. There are several opportunities each year to at- tend stote S.V.E.A. convention. llounq Republicans A 33245 1 ik L to R: Donald Simpson, James Sykes, Bert Marshall, Tom Fettey l llounq Democrats Seated, l to ri Eve Cruz, Brian Ugynski, Jeanne Neff. Standing: Tom Fettey, Larry Burstyn, Tom Dolan, Tom Pryor. I86 'V 9' Headem ill Science Ui frederick College U ii L to R: Pat Dryden, Brenda Ferree, Rita Wagner, Darlene Middlecoft. Standing, l to r: Eric Siedel, Mary Jo Chamberlin, Bob Romero, Ginger Watts, Bob Fines, Fred Porter. l l i A V ' ter-wr . . , ,BW q3zg,,7,,-K. , ' ' ,s ' . f 52:2 . ' . 3- , ' . ee " V. . .: v -1 E' Prof. Rolo, SPOnsor. if ' Oscar Ward is brewing up something in lab. .xr Officers: Ginger Watts, Secretary, Tom Somma, President, Mary Jo Cham berlin, Vice President, Fred Porter, Treasurer. l87 . fx -:s55gi1xi1.5:i - - ANQAFF1 - f . ' 'iiiffig b I g . 1 - In . I 3, it 'dh I' I . , :ig A is ' F mx ' gi J SYKES .7rec1su:'fr Vcc HAESldYl1l H GREEN Vl ., 'Q 7 1- R. HERDLEY Presfdenf Q- 'f:1:,pQ,.V . 3: ,, M. .. tiff? Q' . '50 m y aa SNNRTSON E, simon Sec:-e tary Pledgevnaslcr gn on z rvifz Wrulfzwiifg ffhrnpfzl' fF1'zclz1'i1: li Qffuszgz Q Q2'wr3:kEQ.11-::1.:5I:3c:'gs::g5a '- ' W' ,- . - ., ' . 31-j:..5jfj -. .51 , EN. I 9-131535 , A ,QQ 7-'f'X': - 1: ' .P S+ x J BLGIR Jacfzfliol' D. ERICSSON J4dll!I5OP' an W HARRIS Jqduzsur Sw gif av., ,, g v- -Y Ex "gr" ,' M xv ,X 'TZ' E TUCKER J,HOWELL LYJUI 501' L JUXIIITOI' W Wm- :5 + 1 ' v, H51 gzfw V S L f if , U 9 ii , 5 .1 '1-jgfizfil. Q Jw fy X V" - ' ' M 6"3' ' ., R za, my VV is 2' TX ' - xr ' XLL- X. - 0 Q' of X S ,. , Q N, K Q Al 5: .nr f sfI?m:rL1'f' I1 LT? I I g I 11 I 1:1 snsrcmre ' W ' ' " " ' ' ' W ' 7 EVSNYDER wx Qs- -QSNQQA 4 -1.-.I ..k.,-:Nw Xxx Q H X - :-N118 N X .2 X. sw- P -Q Q i", KMHRSHGLL .J FORD wwnnrenuasr P OWEN5 L PARSONS R-CARTER 188 Sludfo of Sfmlfz 5 fwfffllll L V H ha Phi Umeqa Serves School 1- ff' APO Installation Banquet. , ,.. ..kxV s VM... ima-r muuuunuluh-. A-NNE-X X x ,A rf t g Z""X it U 1. W I 'wt K, -A A QR AWK ' -NV e . c sm ls. 'V ' A - ,H ' ' .Al 5 2' Member Pete Wiggins helps out with Freshmen Orientation. New Officers are installed. l to r: Larry Parsons, Sergeant-at-arms, Bob Carter, Chaplain, Steve Metcalfe, Corresponding Secretaryp Shelley Watson, Recording Secretary, Eric Seidel, 'Second Vice President, Henry Green, First Vice President, Richard Headley, Presi- dent. !"4" f' 4 It APO Members construct map of campus. ' Annual Spring Picnic. gs, gi. .qw A I .,g: ,e.3.Sg?:i,, Sigma Delia Phi Hunorar Science Q , is - S ll x Ti E .. , ,,. L! X 11 i pv- t Bruce Blatz, Howard Wright, Tom Pregor, Richard Luvrtsemo. 2nd row: Dave Gillespie, Pete Sm'th N I T ' Fraieinii U I , Tom Garrett, Anthony e son, om Winfree, Paul Owens. 4 fm Prof. Stanley Rolo, Sponsor ,. - ' f-m ae., - .. wp I x X ' X H- 1 if X :x 2. ' A W J Q ., X ' D .et. Z lx -,gs ,r i Officers Cl. to r,l: Dave Gillespie, Pete Smith, Tom Garrette, Anthony Nel- I son, Tom Winfree, Paul Owens. 190 llehale Club L to R: Don McPherson, Warren King, George Phillips, Kenny Richardson, Earlene Rutledge, Danny Willis, Richard Sailey, Don Miner, Larry Burstyn, Donald Simpson. QE v . 4 1 E, 3 . 1 2 x S E - - ' : . 2 3 1 A 5 5. s l li Professor Lucille Vintson, Advisor, ill ' L Officers, L to R: Warren King, President, Earlene Ruf- ledge, Vice President, Don Miner, Secretary-Treasurer. Members stage mock-deba te. AAQZLL l9l S l Q, GENER4 SQA I 0 Q0 Om O 1 3 11? 3: 4 3 gr 0 -. '. , x 4,6 Q59 MOUTH, 'lx Q'-A' , ,N.. , ..,, .,., A :,,mf, ,-,, N V J if 15-fy " 2 .1' A A "", '. V .vga ' 211:11 . 1. , qu i, ' wi , , W ,Q 5553: r -4 wwf-f . Q U . ,, ,.V.. ::1-3' ' 1. Wig! - Rik. ,3,:, b'5 . , 'J V x.,, . li. X A ,Q s,-it - 'N 1-,T ef www:-5 ,Q ax " J Arlene Baines Winnice Boush Paulette Burch Joyce Cockrell Gail Crumpler Madalyn Culpepper Charlene Dimmock Fay Grant Bertha Harrison Virginia Havis Pam Hudson Diane Hunter Vickie Koonce Paula Odell Carol Rice Judy Rickman Martha Schaaf Evelyn Schaller Ruth Tate Judy Rickman and Fay Grant check Portsmouth General layout for year Q1 Z rr l.,,l r 2:24575- .4 . Pi A A- 5 . 1 X ' Xa. I H289 GSX iw V 1. e a QQ? Scenes from Greek AT!! Ulumems e 71 S Q .,, Q X y x . - fe g - X920 se je lnlei-Fialeinitu Council Holds Since there are five social fraternities on the campus of Frederick College, occasionally there are minor prob- lems which arise between the fraternities lsuch as party conflicts? which must be resolved. The Inter-Fraternity Council is established by the individual fraternities to see that these conflicts are worked out to the benefit of the parties involved. The Council serves as a communications center for fraternal activities and functions. Under Inter-Fraternity Council Sponsorship, there have been several parties this year which were sponsored by a joint effort of all the fraternities. During Homecoming Weekend, the Council took a major lead in festivities by promoting a concert featuring the Four Freshmen on Campus, and by sponsoring a cocktail hour that afternoon. All pledge activities are closely regulated by the Inter-Fraternity Council. They establish the dates for the various pledge parties and for sending .out bids. The l. F. C. Judiciary Committee is responsible for seeing that all fraternities abide by pledge regulations and to penalize them if they do not. ff, 5'-x Officers seated are Bob Fergusson, President, Standing, L. to R. Buck Lawrence, Bernie Flynn, Neil Hodges and Jim Bailie. L, To R. First Row: Phil Bartles, Tom Ballentine, Buck Lawrence, Skip Bouchard, Standing, Bob Fergusson, Matt Mathews, Frank lzenour, Bernie Flynn, Neil Hodges, Ned Garber, Pete Schryver, Jim Bailie and Frank Knott. l94 Check on Campus fraternities X X -ts "' 0 MW N X st SX as 1 a -'Q Xa , F --, Q ,qsfg X ,,,,.. .- Ellie Sinkavitch is hostess at first annual I.F.C. Sour Hour. Froternity advisors in action at smoker. Frat man gives details to prospective pledge ot smoker. Smokers give pledges an opportunity to see what the fraternities are like lmps and PKB swing out at Petite Ballroom 195 Panhellenic Council Serves Hs f Dean Gibson discusscs sororities with Pan Hellenic Presi- dent Phyllis Finch. S-. wg i Mrs. John Staufter, Co-Sponsor , A Y Pan Hellenic executive council from L to R are Sondra Bazemore, Dean Gibson, Phyllis Finch, Standing Judy Bloodclot, Nancy Stanford, Delores Wilson, and Emily Diggs. The Pan-Hellenic Council is the governing body for Frederick's sororities-Gamma Zeta, Kappa Sigma Phi, and Lambda Tau Omega. The association, consisting of delegates from each sorority, strives for the promotion of cooperation and unity among the sisterhoods. The Pan-Hellenic Council takes an active part in the Homecoming festivities by sponsoring a tea for alumni and their families. It is the responsibility of this organization, working with its advisors, Dean Vivian Gibson and Mrs. Patricia Stauffer, to designate and regulate the rules for the activities of Rush Week. Sniuiitu Sounding Board sw- ! , Pajama parties occur frequently. lwhoopsl wrong captainj 5: Y Sorority members take advantage of our aesthetic Tl'1at's the way to can members! setting. - l97 Still at the pajama game. QQ I , X Fax Q wx , ., N w 4 X ' N - ,A . Q Sv i .,""S wr x 5 x 5 LL M ressianl' Se r 1' r Q CWD i!3l1llZl.Pl'11l5' , W 9:11:11 Qbullggg 19 "" E15 'N X H54 H ,S X M P r-1.1.4. N ffsmfmfh, QD M390 XS X N XXI ' .A 5 N3 .. Q2 1 X - Q. X ' ' pu- V -. s'LNTj -'KEN N Rx." Mappa Sig In llciiun . -, 5 if ' I.: A' K "' X ll Sig' G - -, if 'fl' Ill QU. 2' , . 31, , ,.. Q, ml. . ., R, r-ri 'ag il, , rc.-.L 7 .sy-,wif .. 1 fp ,Q A Qing?-Q7,'4 ,iw . Q g .I 1 I V t ' . 4 ai 'Y ' jf- -, ,EI ' 'm1t ,.::- i A 4 , . fr . ' 54' ' . 4 Vg ' if ,lx . ' Q ,, -A+: , ,, -0 Q? . , ,F I- V :vi-ku Q ,X , 2 , 1 if ' ,ggi T 2 kj,-' But Merde - - - you love field hockey. .. 3555351.11--.,,f vi: M '73 ' aim 1 Hang it up girls! KAPPA SIGMA PHI, founded in l96l, was the first women's social sorority on the Frederick campus. lt is dedicated to the principle of loyalty, sisterhood and service, Active in civic as well as social programs, the "Kappa Sig" girls are proud of the name they bear and the service they perform. "Two miles of beautiful beach . . ." l 1 Officers are L. to R.: Valerie Hill, Mike Adams, Marcia Peeleg 2nd Row, Gladys Mialik, Sandy Gillis, Peggy Tierney and Pat Ward. 199 ,ff"Wf 47 , f A . ..x' Vigil ' A f ,125 , ,- if'- Q il?'1i"f " . .-an ..,, . 1 ,, ' 4 .wmv . -5 A 1: , , f52z,4.g,1f:, .: ' - ' If 44 f 1. f flfpyf A X ..,. . ,if , , , qv ' , ,fi ww -- - v,.',w! f , , "' 7 ai ' . A I 2 -.Q , ,- , ' - '- u . -Da. V . x , ' V x ff , ,-Q, , Lifj "' Z W , '- 9' V 1 D KREGER K RFMRDON P NELSON B HOLSINGER p,.eJLalc,Zf DMZ fl-Uuzfhyf Seczsefazty Z'zaJzL1'e7' I' yj, 5 ZHFERRADRK J KELLY Qfzkzfldgfz 1DL1P'f1amel1fa.1'1a.n Gmbam sau Qllnzgu Urultify QFfE:ElEII'iCi3' Qifflltgg ui? yy ' 1 ,V 4.14 Q6 fllfx ,Q N -5 1 , 1: klx, W3 S A Q? ,w 2: Q W -fv R- lp X, X1 1JI'1L5mUuH1 Wirgirwifl K C KILGORE K SEHTON , " I , xx i v-'5 6 1 X 1 A - ,: 0 "' , ,, K Q f- , W. tn K ,,, 4. M Q ' f ' Q Q A ' 'A N. :,, Nw g - IP V HLENX-,L U3 K OWEN5 D WILSQN P FlNCIlI Y Q L SKLJNDBEF36 jfua'n.v az' bln.-ff? C' Ll".-lxtlk-fr 200 'Y 0 lambda lau Is lint HII Serious xg! Officers: L. to R.: Chips Holsinger, Treasurer, Diana Kreger, President, Kathy Rairdon, Vice President, Stand- ing: Irene Ferrandez, Chaplain, Pat Nelson, Secretory, Jeonne Kelley, Parliomentarian. 54 ? r'-"" fi- ' Zi H ,1 gig 4 '33 ..,' . :..' .v,,.,,5, i 1. 1 '14, Pt' . -:+- ,. .sf vvfwzew ' .W s B .. . 'tg - .sr What a way to go-go. y Bill ii 1 l ,,f 19,2 ' What a way to spend the night, JSM JY41 ! , W .fikbwai My 'M ' f,. c ,fx .'1Jh'4i"f'52 .5 , l ir? -es?'?'-- 1'-',"1 ?'3'virf'v , 1- .a 1. , And it's off to the "Slipper." .,, . ! .' e, ' x - Q HK?'lo'." , ..,,. A, ,nu nfs 123-fh:'T.1'r i 201 Always ready to climb new heights. Lambda Tau sponsored dances after all the pep rallies, in Record Gymnasium, for the enjoyment of those who attended and tor stimulating school spirit. 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, in honor of their alumni and sponsor, the sorority has planned to hold small dinner parties for them during the yecir. ' , ' 1 V , N ds - 'x""::NSW Ni -V 'A 'l A 5' 3' 1' " is , ' U K Sk' x 'X'x o ER "MES, JFHQN M cnmERoN 551-:S Sponsor '1 V- oczizanas A , E usecs Zflcfz larmldzull H Q ,a 1 we ' ,. -H -W K-w , : 159 , H Fauwewasmu w S' , K Sacreluflf 3 "" Q .... , A K n T U H E N I'rcu5Lz1vr' " M w A R D Wm: zmzi U zgz 5 A- ? Cgnmniu 5521 guru rifg Fw Gmqgr 1,516 1-jf" Q Q 1 1' R' 'H - -14 N. X. 4 ML HLLIC-TEN Fm 1Ls111UuH1,f17u, N, X H STIXNEK I ns -34 'xv as B QVERMHN 202 - f Q ,,. P1 CONDINO XXX S N , X X wyx LW S HLDWELL ,X WISE? xr Li KEITH x x 31111110 nj Nm . N STHNFORD , i?'G'Y.1w.. F X Qzygsisilx 5' 5- ' , S, N CHPXNBERLIN f f fx 4- .,,.- S J GQOUWIN ? S' .Nl xx xl NEFF :II1:, im 111:11 Gamma Zeta Snraritu Swings llut r? "ww Sisters entertain themselves at a pa- jamo party, L. to R.: Emily Diggs, Judy Overman, Hope Faukenberry, Macie Ward, Barbara Overman, Made- line Condino, .leane Neff, Robyn Stanek, Nancy Stanford, Jo Ann Goodwin, Becky Keith, and Arlene Kitchen. ,A . 118 Mrs, Martha Cameron serves girls at re- ception. Founded on November 30, 1963, Gamma Zeta became the second social sorority on campus. lt has been active in civic as well as social affairs. Yearly, baskets of food are given to needy families. Easter egg hunts are sponsored for faculty children. The sisters have carried out school spirit at Frederick this year. Of the three social sororities, Gamma Zeta has maintained the highest cumulative scholastic standing. New members are initiated. A . , ' 4 91 gn -f af' . M... 5. . Q1 v , go- - . V 3, ' t:,.'., E A - .rs- Q Y 40' 47 e , .Jn E .Z' A J , 2 Q W af., . it V -43 t A , , .1 f . : 1' if 5 5 ? 1 .. 25 1 ?" , -'five ' 3 f ', . 'x - 5 , ' if ':. If . " ' 203 N1 C . PAULIS A". 10- gl ,lg fx .1 wr K. if :wife Ei: ' ! STENCIL FL -4' 'V b . .dh nkf ' Sf 4...- XL SEQMQN Q. 4... f 1 L " -'Q I TF . I .0 in, F 5 .Rf A ...gg -.Q r -J: f-gf-v. 'i -'il '9 I . .. . JIM MRRTON Treasurer JIMMY HQRCUM ROBERT GLHDSTONE JEQN BQRTE Vice- Preszkiffzf Trfszdenf Sec:-efazfj 5 Vru'lfz1' r1i1'g pI'IZEllZl'iEfl4 Qnlllzgz M ... 1 x W- 3 J VON REINHOLD JRMESSON fldw sor Q MR FRED PHTYERSON Adu1SO7' .X I3 ISE , . I js "ES ' J E M OT L E V vga:- 'I' I y ' ' 1 M Q ' ' , .. ' fum' qnrnuflw JDIVQIITI II .Sf 1 .1 R . S IPPL E -x-1:Q.Q':f2 xwiliqwgxgfqjx Q N ' ' X A -f' az xx V. f' b ' ' - 'Ray .N . AQ .4 X A fer? 1 -'- 'X ,' sk -Q ,A .rf ... v ..- ' 'V .'1"' f- --- 'S' "" " A l cwmpnsrau 3 ronzmmo o,u.R1FrxN 0 HUMPREY 0 WHEY- 5 K'H55?5'3 JY .-. .Ju .1 Ur' J"z:ff,'1 ,7l1'rHJ.'r 204 llllPS live Up ln lheii llame To Hawaii for a lei. I , mf - WAV-i if ' 'X V ' Q' 'ln ' . 461 I W ' lmps drive against water pollution. l Foreharid comes through again. "Lagoona Tuna" lmps Sweethearts, XQ g 1 Q ie fi V7 1 i' l 'nal ll xx 1 is .Fr-i'mX' fox T ' 'i ' ff .i L H5211 i if - A , 1 WHVS1 l X Q 'X r ' "r ix QN fy I 'Q in haf' X l y N' iv X t fx 1 i .V , f V Q Qin, Av .l ' l lmps at the mead box. .1 -we ' A few lmps get on Right Track. lmps elect "Mother of the Year." 205 1 E .,,., g. ""- Fkh xf - ' - ""' '52-5:-. ' iii''-'im-55E'.1'X,' I'-ifdx -A. .-9-W2-r.'-..O - .:-x : w.. 1 .V . V ' 1, ' 3 f Q .an .'- W f, 'J .I ' S jx WjQifg' y- -3 f 1 "" ' '. 'Q - .3 si' s 1' , .4 ff" x .Q 'Tj' A , 5 1 " 5 5 TY . X 'J i ff' f 75 , , gr 5 I 1 1 ll -gi Q, 1 M 6 I JBHILIE F. KNOTT P SCHRYVER W WEAVER T NILLEN N, FERRBDRZ I 7C Hep. L7C Pep. Grand CVYGHCFIIUI' Ute Gram! Chanczllor Grand Scrfbz Comptroller V if +R. . . s Q . - of 5' . ni E, If f H wmv i f i . 'Q 1: , Q , W , sz ' W' 5 'W' Q ',. Z1 - Q + - 0 x ml f Q41 ,B p M i fzflfnflf ig sf Qvvv' c 4Zvi""Q4-rwo 1' .Q av an 'Wwe 'bo 0 Ov Q. sf f ' 'Q S 'fl 2- fs 9 9 . X - aw .Q .,,s S A S 5 " S sf -- ,p as H X Y ' ' S 3 Q Q xzw ima 'Nw sf Q Xu 4-f Q Nh as 4: Nr - 'W S M X b 1 2 ' ,f s S , . w f LW kliiqy my-5 ,nrrr W ngk. mg, ,,,,,v E X X , ,...,,,.. .H . Y,.. .. --Q----, ---X-4 PROP. LJRCK KIDO PROP ROBERT STHPLETON G1-mm' Sage Grand' Vwzarai Il lllllllzlllllnllllllll w 4 xx! MQW K i i 1? ,,, ' 3. X Q Q5 N X , f K f j Elfl'+5 ITIUSU V 71, 1 1 I an ma i '9 'W A xi xx :isp W, ' wx " HN" A. -f Qx f .31 p -.460 xx 1 QQ.. ' 1 5 use , 4 M GREEN C KELLEY G, LACERTE Sfmflz f.'Wflfon -J ELU5 .1 BRTTENFHELD H CUVWNN5 206 lwzgrlrzn 51:11:00 of Phi Hlpha Pi - lhe Campus Paceseiieis Phi Alpha Pi has been active this year in several capacities to serve the school and com- munity. During Thanksgiving, the fraternity sponsored seven needy families by supplying them with food. The fraternity has had several wild orgies this year, and even more are in store for the coming year. Somebody got pinned, but he's not in the picture. lt was Halloween .4 Green tells prospective pledges about This must be some kind of mistake f,-Qfemify, sponsor, Dr, Payne. ies -'WCW . W T l llll l W y ww . T . sm , T i . T .., WF. V . If y N l K 'A il ' . T sk K-ii l V X A , Q.. .li if y ' , W I l , '," ,X , l Y i ,MW T lg?" , gr- -l ' f lc -I lvbr gn i 'W Our hero l ' V' ' 'f" l 7. 5' .II f 1, 9 'lil 'll l 'I Brothers host at smoker l M' ' TOT-f? x. aff lx f., fr ' " 207 ll X i ,ar wx 42 's S' vss, 9 iv' 4 'if ' '05-A 5 .'il-"" I 'X 8 J Schryver receives returned bids from .N V ' ' -+ l Q W ' 1 ' , ' . wggifi. if Q- 1 . ' . P ff' , . W if ' gg '3 V A - -25? ca Q ,Q - ,3 aw , 5- -3 x V 5 f 11- E, -sb . N46 , -x ' sg -Q ' M! 3 f K . 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'Q '. w ox xx Xa X .4 i' ,Cry S ,If X-" -:- f A RQ DEQ La BEUKE Q FEQQUSQN M FOX a wmsswwfs S BOWCH E B W , . jig ju' .jf .J.v1.':'.ff' .x .iJc'1'f.Hr 2 lau Sigma Chi llinves llui Left to right, lst row, Fergusson. 2nd. Row. and Ed. Hubbard. 3rd, John Fogelgren, Hank Beuke, John Cottingharn, Skip Bouchard, Artie Smith, Bob Ed. Watkins, Ken Garrette, Cecil Turner, Barry Threewits, Ed. Browder, Steve Borich Row. Frank Izenour, Paul Schulz, Paul Bernstien, Ned Garber, Mike Fox. N Q X FM , 4 'I RQ! - 4, X ,B X wiv! 292, .. 1- - .f'T'l'b'Q'S?Qss ,jw ..,.xM - .I , A-Lv. ,, . . .tk k.-2 ' ' ' -- . ..h . 42' Fergy in a feat of strength. I A . f YF . . . X f 5 Tau Sig enjoys first annual Sour Hour. gs' if Bringing home the goodies. 209 w 'X L g, 1' -+1 "vc-55:15 1 A 535221 .jqgi ff' ' - H s , A -' - " 1 I-3:1 A '. , ffl ' ' 1 f ' f "' : ' vii . ' 'L U '1' 'N' - '5f:f3'-i- ' ,- 'i im" L L--IN I ' 'K 1 ' ? We ' b f' L' - Q- '-- .- -di f ' Xfvd. gf " 'V ' xg. I Z ' ' 1, 4 ,f i H1 5 Maia-if LM , 1 ' 1 v N GRICG G HRNEY B TRHBBLE N. HQDGES B.cLnNE B, SANDFORD Cm 1'mpLmd:r1y 5'rzu'elulLy Recarohng Secrelaay H-eazdenf Vice H-eszdenf Zwasul-er ffergeanlfar 041-fm . . I ' " 2 - -1 - 5 X-:Vw 1 - Y jig-'R -fs, I ,P A.-13' 3 ' ,sc ,L ,AYY ..,, . , A ., L .L .L f!,L-,A,g P BUCHANAN H RINEHRRT 1.'4f,Ul50l' L74dVlSOI' A ...K . ,gf Q e , - , 3 , ' x Q .L 'S ' . , X Q' -' -' 2 L +' I N . f 9 - . . L 0 4 Vz stu: cr zgz I+ 5+-4 Af? ' ,ga-. Ja q Hi? 4 . 1 WN-N X3 f ff SX L -4, Q Elf W ' - an vu sw- 4, -, Ns- i Q P I Ky' , y fn J 2 4 M 1JrfsLmNuLd'H 1, ILVSIHHILEL 9 RE ED D. EVHNS Q LL- -f' xxflxw N fax? M N N. Q -N NN XX--NNN., L -. - X vw X . -.xx xg .. .L . ' ' N---Fw ,Q fgxfi ., A 'f I' I-Q55 'SSP as f 53 'T 19 ' -"Ng f :K gg- E f- , X 4 . x V , X 1. ,R X X 3 . - ' QQ ' -'R -,,- 'Q N2 x -A X "' J - ' Y fr 5 V' '- 1 'r' - l L N, ., , 4 ' . L , S S? L- R HORD B. DALEY H BLRCKNBN F HORD E. aoam B.RouLsroNE , iqfliil- f:b5?5?fF wg g Fx S .Q Ci.: ' H .X,. T Y, X gg 'L ,S x , .,.. wg.. N ' J , ., A L N- M -X am- '23 . -N, K L--. . N- IG! L' Q. 9' - 3 ' . NN , i ,Q . L 5 .SL Q Ns X 'Tv ' X Q OX, 5:1 :S h . L .N .1-:,:N:i -..Ma lx H WISE H TRusL0w cs sem-1m.HuFeR R HOWELL R. HEGRN 1' DUNFORD .1 FLHNHGGN WLJNW1 210 Sludn- uf 5: :J 1 Delia Bous Show Huw in ilu li Miss Debbie Pagano, Sweetheart. 3 5 fi lst Row ll. to rj Harry Truslow, Ross Hearn, Bruce Roulstone, Tom Dunford, Dickie Evans, Don Reed. 3rd Row: Harry Rinehart, advisor, Howard Blackman, Bill Row: Jim Sterling, Bob Sanford, Neil Hodges, Bernie Flynn, Fenton Hord. 2li 1 'Q-ig xx Impressing rushees at smoker. i 2nd Row: Rusty Howell, Jim Flannagan, Marion Grigg, Cline, Garlen Haney, Billy Tribble, Marion Wise. 4'rl'i f n 1 . 1 g + ' . 2 1 - ' . fu' i ""f A I n, l ' A 'A' ' I I . fi 5 4 1 1 . . ' . . , ' ' ' i K 1 , 1 5 f Pg 1-RENT T. ausu e, x.AwReNc.E J. DOOMS '-7'f:'.1Auw-ef' jfnzg-737-:.fifn! f'1-e,g-lsr-6 Q M " ,V ' A . fe ' ' t qs . A 19,1452 1"'- :-1 "2,23L.1ff L Z' . S fu - ,a , ..a . A . 1 Q Q , 'gg f, ' 1' 'Z 1 Q ' ff . '.,,:f:53f f 4 E I ww. 1 3 3 I P 1... my L.....,.q.il L DPNUGHERTY N. WEEM5 .Year-:fa 1-'57 lfflrglor ,L7.,1vi4 Q 1' " Q" + arffo 4' -o Ir' G' qv-v' 'mall 5 Q" -vow" 0 , bv Q 9 v Q .rv v fr 0 0 Q' . ff M L. if II ff I b 3 4, , b, ,g W W . .v . ' i5 . ? . QI QE f Qslilba-g 5 p W we W Q o 'W , - 'H-f -As . .. -Q -M .V .Q P , . 1 Q 5 A' ' 'nm 1 agp' Mm , Ed- in-inc is , . ew z Q- 1345: P. MATTHEWS 'I -:Z . if ' 33? -A' ff ' I ' ' uEEIfVxS1lnI4InEQIil 1 ' 1 1 M - -S., ,fn rv.-.s.-.-g, s -. 1.s---s, i N VIRTTHYLWS 55' - ..:':QjQZ:f:-131 . 51 V I Q. t ,Q YE A f"' Li ff '. " ':'i 's Q 3' f Lx 39 ' ' Kf! .." ? : ' 5- X x ' Wi. - 1 F . -as ff xr , 4 ' D QLEAW.-5 G. ewrome J. SRLTH B HOLT 212 D DRAU6-HON A. GLASS G. MQQOLLUM Sl ,up .J5-Hill. 5 A than . w C22 Y 'N XX 'N 6 ' 'll' 1 N WSW? , Q z ' .- . xy X .J- 1' P. ll. B. Does Il Up Hiqhl Left to right, lst row: John Dooms, Buck Lawrence, Joe Salter, Chet Young. 2nd row: Al Gloss, Bill Holt, Ronnie Trent, Guy Buffone, Nick Mathews. 3rd row: Don Draughon, Alton Bush, Norman Weems, Advisor, Paul Mathews. Diana Kreger, Phi Kappa Beta Sweetheart. Officers, Seated: Buck Lawrence, President. Stand- ing, left to right: John Dooms, Secretary, Don Draughon, Vice President, Ronnie Trenel, Treasurer. W ' K P.K.B. Alumni in rare form. 11 c if - "-' P 1 Let's hope it's still Halloween. Celebration of Halloween at "Sheps." Watusi Action! 213 Y x ,f Q 1 1 3- + 4 X f 5 I .g , M, . . F , V xxx-:-:X AL. 2 X4 'R ,X ,K 'Nd x 5 A 1 ! S X f 4 x . i A A 1 '. ff," , gs . , , Q Y- . I, 'R - A M ft. , ' , l A I , l A A t L POTTER J. GREGORY T CALTAGIRONE W. THOMPSON R FLYTHE P SMITH Sgf . a I- 017119 Qcordzrfy Secrefay Mce-fare siflenf 9-es: deaf Correspamh ny Sec Pea sur-er 4: , 'i 1 I 4 5 O O I I1 1 4 DWF 'cams'-iv" :QQ o 90 ' ' OO! 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Ll-XNE if R TAYLOR K WOOD X XX if Q . G Housrow P KS -0 , K' A X-4:3 5. 4 J. OWINGS vi 'ea uc: -v itil' J. TAYLOR . . ISI, 'RE Q , Uh , L an 1 f X, .5 ' Q ws X FN TQRKENTON T HFNWKINS G EDWARDS Sfudm if Smzfh s. Ulelfon W WHLTERS Sigma Phi liinves Strong Un Campus A ..,. 1 Q S Y 5 Barbara Gore, Sweetheart of Sigma Phi Fraternity. Pledges walk the pier to commemorate past memorable expedences in gl 1 i Officers of Sigma Phi lL. to R., Seotedl: Tom Caltegirone, Vice Presi- dentg Walter Thompson, Presidentg Pete Smith, Treasurer. lStandingl: Grey Edwards, Recording Secretaryg J. T. McHaIe, Sergeant-at-armsg Richard Flythe, Corresponding Secretaryg and Lloyd Lane, Pledge- master. Sigma Phi dines together at Land Supper Club. i , l .ff News N H A if --' A ,fu 4? 1 'E "x ., M 4 i, 'AP' ". iff' - ' -A 4. , 11 l have felt betterp but l can't Tension Released! remember when." 15155,-g,f,.4.:,,, . L-I f . ,,, r 4 , I - -we L-V'--.aim-.-:. 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Coach 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 serv- ice football in the Far East and was voted "Coach of the Year" in l955. Coach Madigan has worked hard in an effort to build the mighty "Lions" into a team of which the college can be proud. Coach Madigan with assistants Mickey Wetherington and Dick Lage. 2 19 L.:-afar. - -. - , . - ,- . , as 7 , ,.,. I - - .Q v . .- f -- " ' . l 1- ,- I 5-L, Q. 1 ,1 e f W r. .. .ic ff- ,, As V U -' ' 2 ' 1. 4 ' Q "F if -iii" 1 L uv : -r T l ,, W Y Q , ,, .- . - ,ff , , ,-' ' ns gs, up . 1 Ex I -I KT T3 , .. W, '44 - , ,, . .Jim 1 W ,, hiv, , Y . ,, -vu f , " ., ., 1 nfs "fp t i ' , 1 J V . : . 1' ' . 'i-:i P 281 .nf :iw :tis -334--115215 Q :wi 'A A 35" 'V' -H" 'W ' rf'-ff K- 7-km , W1 ' - ' -'Q 15 1 . L' 'T . V 'lu T" xyf, I , iff -'suv ilyiiffie rv ,I . T 'Z X - u -fan 1 . 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" 'wife .N ' 4 -fuse-6PZag'ft:"'3yr?f1: -ffs-ap .wah 'a -55, '+j,l,. , . 13:53 '3Q-My1i'13I,Eua.:i-bfi.:?541'1?.",n. ' ' l-'1f.-fis'i'--S-M- 'Y :f"'rZ4.'. -"nz .. ' f - --mgzffd.-:z1.v'g.2:ii1Zi,.:'w'ff1:if-A' rv 1 ' Sikl..-T'1f , . It 1 ,4 4' W'-Qifee.3:':5?96usgsg:,. Q ' ' - ..+, wp s:. ,- 5,-X Y -4' ' '- - 1.5. -f'-ri4.1.-K-min'-.t.,.'-.-.E . Brooks stops short to elude C. W. Post linebacker. T- ,y ..:isriSiFY3.a5'. ' i ' W Q 'X Frederick defense in hot pursuit of Catawba fullback. Hasner blocks out one of C. W. Post's over-sized tackles dur- ing extra point attempt. Putnam grabs pass and goes for big yardage against C. W. Post. 221 J s Ti, LUSH!!! W E? gli 12, , ' ,, , ' f- . ' 211914 C' ,, THQ 4 F . Q , , , ,fr ' Q w i - F. Q -,lb Y. 5 A .A. vrv ve -V ,A V V-, LQ- X Q ,gr J f . . .., 11 i t Y , E 1 QA -is ' it 5 . A, ff . -fees' jr is L-fs QL it we ff. 1 i 'fp X -'., , X ' ' .. , vs . g .... g i B-'six , 41. Q -K r i Ta q 5 ' - 7 ? , " Siva' ' 1-'SJ W yft - + of i t P.: it 5, .... . fwegs- K V K.. N. . ya g e Teddy Putnam on the move again. ,. w, '--1 Q 5, 5 Q r 5 . I- 4 .1--C NWA-'qpq' , ,.. , . x 1 . - at fl V . ' it? ' ' ' gs, ,J -'I' , is g Nw' 5 X"-ff-3-,Mzgx..M Q-if: xxx X W x Coach' Madigan and Captain Charles Thomas Woody Sofrif Tom Hawkins Graduating Seniors The years of collegiate football are over for these seniors who have put their hearts into the gridiron at Frederick. The last season of their collegiate football careers was not the best one in which they had participated, but it had the same hard-hitting brand of football to which they had grown accustomed. They have left a mark in athletics at Frederick and they will not be forgotten. Charles Thomas, the captain of the i965 team, was known as one of the most hard-hitting ... iK Artie Smith ws. we-'S 4, 1 P' is B X N W ,"' r . X98 . ' X ' . - st-Q5 Xgsxzkss wg -a. Q. N, m sx 5 t X. Teddy Putnam guards ever to play at Frederick. Teddy Putnam was the top scorer in the state and set records in scoring with 66 points in a single season, rushing with a total of l,Ol5 yards in a single season, and an offensive career total of l,979 yards. We must, of course, remember the senior linemen who did an outstanding job throughout their years at Frederick: Eddie Eaves, Louis Parker, and Tom Hawkins. Senior backs who did outstanding jobs were Leon Potter, Woody Safrit, John Cot- tingham, John Taylor, and of course Teddy Putnam. No one shall forget the managers, Art Smith and Bob Ferguson, who struggled through the rigors of the football seasons without a single scar. All these boys have contributed greatly to the advancement of athletics and fine sportsmanship at Frederick College. Alu-5 ar.. .J I'-A if my Y .,....,, ,tm 'V Charles Thomas Louis Parker Leon Potter John Taylor Eddie Eaves John Cottingham 222 Nb-J , ..,. ,, ,..o- gf. x ,oA-w. ws- , if . ,U ,.- .K - .- " , . .fc -cf.f'5g--11L.'!'.5:'z.1A ,. , -1 f her- V --" ,uv Cruthoff rolls out around Hampden-Sydney line. In a tough one-on-one situation, Brooks brings down his man. i The Frederick offense lines up against a tough Hampden-Sydney defense. Parker and Sfurgill in pursuit of Catawba halfback. Tarkenton warming up before a game. Heads-up line action by the Frederick offense. 223 len's Cheerleaders PHYLLIS FINCH The spirit of the Lions and the student body is carried through the efforts of the Frederick College Cheerleaders. Under the di- rection of their advisor, Mrs. Stauffer, these eight girls led our team with un- surmountable vigor. They backed our team through hardship and led it through victory. With the students' rec- ognition of a job well done, seniors Phyllis Finch and Marcia Peele will graduate with the praise of the fac- ulty and the student body. The other six girls have also gained the praise of the student body and will return to carry on the job. Through the inspired work of these devoted girls, the spirit of the Frederick Col- lege Lions will triumph. PAT NELSON 224 Fron Thornton Elsie Dowson Penny Forehond "u r-'WA "-,, . -..........,..,,., f ...V-,127 ',:.': A- A.. ,V ., ,. -1 gg, ' ff' '2'4:.7"".., Y-.f: " A-:::"m-':' :"x"..F7f",4-Fzz ' V-,3 Y ' no----11142 3i.T"T' 'n am 1 ggi 4 ,. 1. " 'iggig Q, , ........ ........... ... , . N 2- ,yvu -Q., no oo o : m:w:g,, ' - -2.-1154 Q. H f .. 1 -154.4-ggnxf . ,- ,I ., - f . , tw,-,,.,.,1,.,f' ,. -Io ,--5'-'-LT'.Q'-4'-..3..i-.'L.T...i'f'F - - - - - .. -.fff...... ..- -., ..'x'k.-1, ....w1::::.:.::4.:' '-:-f--'-...,..:1x'L' ' L ii " A ....... ...ua wsu 'un ut I ,., 10. ... .. 1 K . 1 """"' ...- mo , X , 3 . x ... X' f-- ... 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I ' jj " 1. 5315 165. v',' 3:,??l'l'7 ' f ' gjw. f - ., .V . -:'4v,,:. I ,, V .. C - -1 -' ff 1 ' :kk J-I . f -f 32 1 . , -,a n Kothy Seoton Morcio Peele 225 "This is what I call high stepping." a.. Q. . We x f ws,s,X.,. sw ss we . .ws iw it Okay you g spit ball? XS 'X .,,,..,, . A-. st.. .- Q. Nsw ' sg uys, who threw the Mr. Cool checking things out. The Cheerleaders put their heads to- gether. J'-, N I just don't think the Bible will help either. ,gf R! 5g1d'5.Q1Lt?Q'5s "jr 'til The Cheerleaders' mascot. The Cheerleaders play the role of Indians at pep rally. 226 lion's lracli SCHEDULE Fort Eustis Lynchburg Davidson College Relays University of Richmond Fort Eustis East Carolina College Newport News Apprentice School Dick Lage Track Coach PM Standing CL to Rl: Jim Matusiak, Ed Johnson, Claud Harrison, Bill Stiegman lmanagerl, Don Burrell, Bob Sandford, Richard Spenser, Ruddy Shuster, Ed Browder, Leslie Smith, Coach Lage. Kneeling lL to Rl: Leon Potter, Bill Wade, Bruce Blatz, Bruce Roulstone, Jim Creasy, Terry Pruden, Jim Vivana. Leon Potter Cleqrg the pole with The Frederick College Track Team inches to spare. took on formidable challengers who gave the cindermen stiff competition. Fred- erick met some of the top track teams on the East coast in the Davidson Relays and showed well. Leon Potter did well in the pole vault and Bob Sandford im- proved greatly in the high jump. In the field and track events, Richard Spenser, Ed Browder, Leslie Smith, Jim Matusiak did an outstanding job considering the competition they faced, In the words of Coach Lage, "lt was a long road to travel, but the cindermen will be much improved in l966." 227 The l965 tennis team took on all challengers, playing a total of twelve matches, two against the faculty, four prepara- tory schools, and four college matches. The final record was linn's lennis six wins and six losses. Outstanding players for the season were Phil Bartles, John Cottingham, Jim Ellis, Bob Mertig, -lim Kinlaw, and Hank Green in that order at the season's end. In doubles the final line-up was Mertig-Cottingham, Bartles- Ellis, and Kinlaw-Green. Two others, Chris Rola and Mike Cogdell, were unable to finish the season. Letters were re- ceived by Chris Rola, Jim Ellis, Phil Bartles, John Cottingham, and Mike Cogdell. With the addition of three indoor courts to the facilities, an ever-improving team is anticipated. Frederick Frederick Frederick Frederick Frederick Frederick Frederick Frederick Frederick Frederick Frederick Frederick S I .:, I .,,:,:1i22: 3 l F 2- 2- ' f 1' 't , . . J if f' r' , Q --,I ','- , g ,iii f zz 1' KL to Rl: Robert Mertig, Henry Green, Jim Ellis, James Kinlaw, Phil Bartles, Coach Patterson. Churchland High 2 William and Mary Frosh 9 Churchland High 2 Franklin High 2 Frederick Faculty 4 University of Richmond 9 Lynchburg College 7 Virginia Episcopal School 7 Franklin High 2 Frederick Faculty 4 East Carolina College 9 Norfolk Academy 9 Mr. Fred W. Patterson, Coach 228 linn's Baslielhall Coach Hodges wth captains Neil Hodges and Jerry Shell. Hampden Sydney l l l Wilmington lOl N. C. Methodist 90 Pembroke 75 R. P. l. 97 Philadelphia Textile 99 Walsh College 74 Quantico Marines 8l New Haven College ll5 Hampton Institute lO2 East Carolina 73 Campbell 76 R. P. I. 87 Southeastern University 83 Asheville-Biltmore 79 Pembroke 85 Campbell 98 Wilmington 76 Stetson College 95 Rollins College 85 Florida Southern 98 Frederick Frederick Frederick Frederick Frederick Frederick Frederick Frederick Frederick Fiederick Frederick Frederick Frederick Frederick Frederick Frederick Frederick Frederick Frederick Frederick Frederick 79 77 lO5 83 lO9 74 82 79 98 92 64 79 86 l I5 lO3 80 9l 65 8l 99 77 ,fr fi 1 'Q-4 - F g L to R: Mehosky, Schemmering, Fench, Roberts, Nuckles, Falconeiro, Hodges, Sterling, Bernstein, Flynn, Shell, Modeliszewski, Riggs, Johnson, Stewart, Kneeling: Luter, Haney, Palmer. 229 Neil Hodges Bernie Flynn L.. KVA Five promising freshmen make the team. 230 Hodges tries a shot in a one on five situation 13? Bob Sanford ,pynla Mwllpxx Alf, as i. , """ , , ' Hodges struggles for another two points, Sanford flies high to retrieve o rebound. 231 Bob Modeliszewski Pete Johnson Jerry Shell Rich French Hodges doing the monster mash against Phil. Textile Hodges on the move. Dan Roberts Richard Nuckles 232 fl it "', u U . You can't hold Shell down. Mike Schemmering Jim Sterling Hal Stewart Sterling defends against Phil. Textile lvan Mehosky Paul Bernstein Paul Falconiero Larry Riggs Game FGA Hodges 20 548 Flynn 21 169 Sterling 20 76 Shell 21 174 Johnson 21 191 Modiszewski 10 156 Stewart 21 80 Kozlowski 8 24 Falconiero 9 20 Roberts 14 72 French 3 3 Riggs 9 13 Nuckles 4 17 Schemmerings 18 40 Sandford 8 81 234 FGM 251 80 32 86 89 79 32 6 6 34 1 5 3 15 33 The 1965 Frederick Basketball team showed promise at the be- ginning of the season, but Ester a long hard road of away games the team finished with the first losing season in Frederick's basketball history. The Lions lost six letter- men from the 1964-1965 team which left the Lions with only one starter returning. The team de- pended heavily on freshmen and sophomores to give much needed depth. Neil Hodges led the team in scoring with an average of 31 points per game. Seniors Jerry Shell, Bernie Flynn and Hal Ste- wart did outstanding jobs in the final year of their careers. Fresh- man Bob Modiszewski led the team in free throws with 87 percent of throws made. Only three lettermen leave the squad this year and the team will have twelve experienced players returning. ' PERC. FTA FTM PERC. TOT. AVER REB. PTS AGE AVG. 45.8 154 118 76.6 620 31. 13.3 47.3 45 33 73.3 193 9.1 10.5 42.1 21 8 38.0 72 3.6 6.5 49.4 91 62 68.7 234 11.1 3.8 46.5 81 57 70.3 235 11.1 1.9 50.6 24 21 87.5 179 16.1 12.0 40.0 48 33 68.7 97 4.6 2.0 25.0 6 4 66.6 16 2.0 2.6 30.0 6 4 66.6 16 1.9 1.5 47.2 24 19 79.1 97 6.9 5.2 33.3 1 0 .O 2 0.6 .0 38.4 0 0 .0 10 1.3 0.5 17.6 0 0 .0 6 1.2 0.9 37.5 19 12 63.1 42 2.3 1.7 40.7 16 8 50. 74 9.2 7.9 Jerry Gavin blocks shot by Jerry Shell. Bernie Flynn passes as Larry Joseph and Steve Cottrell defend. ln the Spring of l965, the first annual alumni basketball game was held. This game pitted the returning basketball players against those who graduated and those who would be graduating. The returning basketball players were Jerry Gavin, Steve Cottrell, Tex Murray, Kenny Ed- wards and Larry Joseph. By bringing back the stars of the past, this game will prove to be most interesting game in the future. Hlumnl Basketball llama Larry Riggs shoots as Steve Cottrell defends Larry Riggs drives in. Dennis Kozlowski shoots jumper from around the key 235 fi! rf. . linn's Baseball Rs' B , ix Y' V if 'N-mm-v-' "ll:-iw First Row CL. to RJ: Tarkenton Comerford Turner Gross Murry Pohle 2nd Row Cruthoff Steward Rugg Wheeler, Boyles, Coach Wetherington 3rd Row Therston McLamb Turner Tyson Frederick Frederick Frederick Frederick Frederick Frederick Frederick Frederick Frederick Frederick Frederick Frederick Frederick Frederick Frederick Frederick Frederick C. W. Post William and Mary Wilmington W 8. L Pembroke N. C. Wesleyan Campbell South Conn South Conn Pembroke Wilmington Salisbury Wesleyan Salisbury Campbell R. P. I. R. P. I. . fav. ---W X Q, 3..,w,,, .3 weft..- ,A, M... ff ......a. fggqge? 'Q-mr xi A X' w B - Q ' .n 5 v M Q -" ,AE , ,, A Q Q. .Mg , . . me ,.,,,,,,,y-L. , - ' - ' . 'fifQ1Q'7""'5 I 'K .. -V 1 , -...Q K ',, it 'V'xWV.,.Y., H. . ' ,tai f K ,N 'L' QL 'lg:ji5. . . A .- I 5 9,5 ,. :Ay . - 15.1.14 nj, ...,.,-Ira i v... ' .M . -51-f Q, Manager Bobby Ellis puts eye smudge on Linwood McLomb. M3352 . A 'J 3: ,- ,- I ., .W .7 .j W "Yes, my boy, AI has the best .',.,. , ,f 1 AJAAAK- 4 ' IA , .N :-:sf g-i f fy?-zsgifs 4: : . , K- , k, ir'-' , 5 I. -5. . A ,. , , , i,i..,.'iAs., 1 .,. I . h ERA wh!! I : A V Ex... v i.. . LI., t -ye ., - A 136'-.--. M v5...iw-.-Q.-4g,w,fts-c..tQi,g,.,,,g,.,' '- . .. . ' A- rx'-1 " 2 f' iw,-A:-.o.:. ..1 ,. ,,:.e -x .-. . 4. 4- u-- --as 1 1. - -x...,.. , . . - . ., X- '.:'tt:n."YwHtfii. , N w 'X W - -- . 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The Board of Trustees, according to hearsay, that student sup- port of baseball was not enough, discontinued all funds to the baseball program. Whether this was a mistake on the part of the Board has been argued. lt is a fact that the baseball teams have been the most successful of all the athletic teams. On the East coast, the Frederick Baseball Team has been a prominent power-house and has played the most rigorous of schedules. It has been said that the l965 infield was one of the best ever fielded by any Frederick team. The infielders were Bobby Gross, Kenny Rugg, Buck Wheeler, Hal Stewart and Tex Murray. The pitchers, including Cecil Turner, Allan Tarken- ton, and Butch Pohle, all had winning seasons, The outfield did an outstanding job in the defensive department. Phil Turner, Linwood McLamb and Jim Cruthoff made up the outfield. The team had an outstanding season llO wins and 6 lossesl as have all other baseball teams fielded at Frederick. ii.. .. .... Lyqsgbis, mgyy . -. -is-, it t P , A Xe A Great Game, Great Season. 239 l lun's Intramurals luolhall -a. ' A Steve Bailey makes a long gain against Duckworth. l E W zr F ry 1 lt? V illll jv Q 3 Z Wi jg.. 1.2.5.3 " ' -K4 . V I ' Qlil I f' ups 7 I V ,.. - fl , A-J if ' -A " . Y X' P3 , ' , ' f- 5 . .H Bain Hall pass defense holds up against Moss Hall. 'X ...QT - .- 5 'K S l s 5 IIQQ C iff QEPQR 4 . A .. . V WA , V .-..g., ,..,, -ps 0 , Q. gigs I- 354 ,ve gui :rj-jk 5 Q- 1 3 ....-:Y-. ---M vim- -he ' f , W -sf V -1 -"- ' . - f E - gl .. - 1 E i 'H l 3 X I ri X " s 1-1 l - Y x ' .N ' ffifi' ST 5 ' ' .t 4 x s rr S- . 1 -. N . - J Ns - gs ,N X ' " L sf" - h ---w w. f sm. V F I t ,.. 2. r F K, sf ,NQXSMXF r H H - 'N xxx 5' 'gg is 'tr f 1 1 r K - -, X. Q ' ' . ' W- .-L' i Wx KW - I. . ' 1. K vwsvs p- S ,Q . K s Q14 if ... ' 'Q .X ' , X -' s ' - at f -.ss .tt -rw sw. -X . . - r , we - . Q K .' . if .xr 'v ,Q sf-gf . J Q" . 1 , .. X- .. . 31 X ' P .N - fggfeuy. . , - .ix X... 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'z i ,-Q-35-we John Zegras gets pass off against Duck worth. -glzffl X Crocker defense stops Barth in championship game. u 7 fs ,. 1, .,,., ...W 1' A61 KL to Rl: Jim Flanagan, Donnie Collins, Cecil Turner, Dan Gardner, John Zegras. 241 fi' 1 f z . Mp. gl? ,ax X N. - X Girls Hoclieu This is either a traffic jam or girls playing hockey. Arlene Kitchen in chase . ,A .'K . + if Practicing a physical art, M ,- if X X v JZ Z ,Z ...zillfld x. ...N . A - Q 1, eg Defense in hot pursuit. 24 ls that o new dress you are wearing? ,,. One more score and Eggleston takes the lead Sollha ,,- 4 tu :nv ., Q 1 l , '- ffIf2'---1.'-'-lfijlftiail -X i.-u - f- ,fy X '- 'As A Li F3 'l ' W 5- '33 , v Q .k.... ,,, I BM fl Q . A 3 .C .Q ,ts V. .I -Q ip V. -LN K atv. . ,ygit-ft?-14 X . I kx,qxMNrkig'gJv:A:t. 1 , r-we get wfseffs ga: r J '-l-M ' ,ns - '- , ,.t,., -- NAV-Q' J xr 'Q if fl i A A N, N , . '- . " "4-bw, N3 wx-mt, .. . ff K, M I 5. ws -, ,. X-,Que any A' is Nm? R .i -. ,. " 4 'H i ' A .. '1 " .Q ' - X sm . R vw. 1 1 XV i b s.s..fi , rf. .fs " 4 ' lil' " ' sie. t 3 L., .might in ,rw l ..f..-, ' A, Joe Nappo at bat against Bain Hall. Rick's form is very unusual. Umpires: Tom Hawkins and Charles Thomas. P1iw.4.1.- Rick Barth delivers against Crocker batter. Softball Champions: Bain Hall. Don Watson flies high to grab re- bound.- lnlramuial Basllalhall Srnoggy brings down another rebound. Fred beats them all to the ball. Just a little pushing off 5-:fb -:ax li "Oh! There it is." 244 N.'w 1 L. 1 1 3 I YI , ' ' , ,- x Xxwf lf I" X .mv 1 ?L-xXz'ww:!sGx9ilv:r1+ " gf Christian Student llninn 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 ot the CSU is to co-ordinate student religious activities on campus, This year CSU spon- sored several Sunday night chapel programs, given donations at appropriate school functions and co- operated with the Religious Life Committee on the various activities of Religious Emphasis Week, CSU proper is composed ot all members of the tive attili- ated organizations: Methodist Student Movement, Baptist Student Union, Canterbury Club and EK Club. The executive Committee is composed ot two repre- sentatives from each ot the above organizations along with Mr. Walter Harris, Sponsor. 246 . M W' tv t Htl, fl Officers: Left to right-Jim Flanagan-Treasurer, Joan Barrett President, Pete Wiggins-Secretary, - t Mr. Walter Harris CSU sponsor ...gm X 3, X 5. 5 5 'rf S 5 Q X2 wa- Q , E 1 ii We X e KJV .v 1 J ff' if if x is B' Q .5 if it 1' e J' a. fp ' R J, y 'i , 'Tv . . . me ,f f K - 5 Xp' . .Y . 2 K 211' ,Apwfv--'L-fa JU' .4 f 4 ,. 'iggg5f.1.i- f z -:f:,af'f-f1,f'r- 'K W " I --frm if L MW. . N Rms:5.,g,. i .5 -,ms -V ' . xi ,. ' Mqcgpzv Q.. ' 'K' .s xhxql o- , er Despite the many handicaps the staff has worked under this year, we are proud to have been able to present another edition of DRIFTWOOD. This year was unique in that the DRIFTWOOD had no staff which started in September and finished in May, but' rather during the school year there were several people who volunteered services at various times throughout the year, as they were able. lt was the effort of these people that made this presentation possible. Special thanks go to the people who undertook a iob and stuck with it throughout Danny Gardner, Sports Editor for the second consecutive year, did a splendid iob with that section and was also a tremendous help with some of the editorial duties. Fred Porter, Assistant Editor, joined the staff second semester and spent many long hours filling in gaps left by others who did not finish their iobs. Barbara Boyd and the girls from Collins Hail did a fabulous iob with the copy typing. Debbie Pagano and Maureen Chrispan worked very hard with Hunter Publishing Company representative John Perry in laying out the class sections and together they turned out a splendid job. As the final deadline drew near, "Baby Huey" Bullock and several Phi Alpha Pi pledges came to the rescue to read copy and type. Photography in this year's book was the work of a handful of people who spent many long hours in the college darkroom. D . J . Young, Glenn Headmann and Fred Porter are to be thanked for the wonderful co-operation they gave in supplying photographs for the deadlines. There are many others who devoted time to this, our effort, and to each of them goes the sincerest appreciation of the editor and staff. lt was their group effort and co-operation which made the l966 DRIFTWOOD possible. Wcgmest personal regards, 'K., M rty reen Editor 248 ff ff' ,Ag . 4 ' , " '- J .. N ' 1 x " C K ' - Lyn, -3 ..,' 'il' A , 1 F Q -1 K .,. . , H K 0' ,. . 1.0 u H A ! hi 1 -We "' ' L." - . A w x '-.3 ., :Q '- I N' 'I '. F' ' ' - - - s'?'+3Q',2:f Q9QA 'fa ,A U Un sp, VT' 31.2, 1 '45 "f'qf--q,,.,5f Z'-N,4'f '-Q. 1"l'j,,",- -4- L f'34.f',::?e'4,vm ff-'f gl x 4 f ' ' Qu! 'My-,tai 'ir '- ' , Q ' , , ,1 w- K E 935: 4-41, 5g'E, '-'P fx " ' g , 1 . ff , H ,. 1. " A U' f 1 , ,N ,-5 " WR-, fi .M v , P 'K s z ,TV 50' l x XT' ,i, 9 ' , f f-sw 4' W i r, xv W tx' .' . . 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