Frederick College - Driftwood Yearbook (Portsmouth, VA)

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01 1 L 1 5' a s I S n . E 1: El O 'Q 'X E a fr-u .4 10' - as wi ov, The ggrififnnnrl gifreclerirk Qlullege lgurismuuih, 'jgirginia Jeanne Neff Editor-in-Chief qguhlitatinn Jeryl Seaman Ass't. Editor Thomas W. Anderson Business Manager 1957 Mrs. Doris McLean Faculty Advisor sf 2 1 fo Myron has finally found his people 4 urefnnrd We here at Frederick College are surrounded by the sea - a sea without beginning, without end, a 'sea nebulous and unfathomable. lt is gray and dark, and there is uncertainty and doubt brooding within. But the sea calms, and night passes, and the sun rises and with it a new day, a new life. For the freshman, it is a time for eagerness and anticipation. A freshman is like he who has just awakened from a long sleep and is anxious to flex his muscles and to be on the march. For the sophomore, it is a time of reflection and quiet meditation. It is a lull in the college student's storm of affairs. It is the high noon of his college days - and the question arises: "Where am l going?" For the junior, it is a busy time - decisions to be made - deadlines to be met - endless worry - study, study, study! For the senior, his sun is setting, and he is almost ready to emerge into the world - a fresh, new, vigorous force. He is full of longing and hope. He is confident of what the future will hold in store for him, and, for the most part, he knows his place in that future. The DRIFTWOOD Staff knows that a moment once gone by can never be recaptured, but we have all en- deavored to stay time, by word and picture, by caption and quote, and to bind within this volume the hopes and fears, the joys and heartbreaks of the daily life that we at Frederick College have experienced and endured and profited from. Allen County Publlc Library 900 ,Webster Street PO Box 2270 Fort Wayne, IN 45801-9970 Dedication ,A... Board of Trustees Administration . Academics .,.. Faculty . 1 . Seniors . . , Features ..... Organizations , . Religion ,.., Greeks . , A Sports . , . Classes . . Qlunienis 4 6 8 12 24 40 56 104 137 143 168 200 3 I Qs CUIHH11 rzcliwinrl L17 rerlnrirla Effck The Senior Class and the DRIFTWOOD Staff proudly dedicate the I967 DRIFTWOOD to Dr. Alan Mandell. This man has given freely of himself and his time to further the goals of Frederick College. He is an expert in his own field, and his knowledge and experience have added greatly to his own department. He has always been ready to go beyond that which is expected of him, for example, this year he took on the task of being the head of the photography lab. In addition to this, Dr. Mandell served as the advisor for the Science Fraternity, a job for which he was so ably suited. We know him as a person whose principles and integrity have served both him and each of us as a guide in our education and daily life. 5 L s,'y.w: s ' 1 'vl, A , 0 , ' ' ,, rs f - page s M--r uarri uf rusines Mr. Fred W. Beazley Portsmouth, Virginia Justice Lawrence W. I'anson, Chairman Portsmouth, Virginia Mr. Beazley and Justice I'cznson in conference ':. Q. E4 ,, if 5 , i F J 0, Mr. Joseph J. Quadros, Jr. Portsmouth, Virginia g? Mr. Malcolm F. Beazley, Jr. Portsmouth, Virginia lmi IQ 'Q -sling, Mrs. Jewel A. Beazley Dallas, Texas Mi' 5 is l5r.t'!1 'li'- fff 41' 'iii' Kfifl .- mi , ,F I E.: x . A Jef x I' 'W' A "JM H . , 'I 3 ' wi' ' 232 , P' 1- ,N..r9' ' M . . : E 3 ZA- 1 . "cu fi A, ' ...A s .. hx 0 ,cz-ii. ,I f. f :Saw 5'1- Y-. it-:".iJ'. Mr. John T. Kavanaugh Portsmouth, Virginia . ' ,f,gr5Zg J ii X gin: li . X 1 F551 iiffi ', ' ' . F N 511- ' .sl Q M i His:-" X if A BK -xi'- f'x,f' J' Mr. Paul G. Blanford Portsmouth, Virginia fwmtsvaz, Dr. Ernest R. Wood President of the College Ohio University, B.A. Ohio University, B.S. Clark University, M.A. University of Chicago, Ph.D. Frederick College was indeed fortunate to have a man of Ernest R. Wood's character and dedication as President. His leadership has indeed been a source of guidance and inspiration to the entire faculty and student body this year. Dr, Wood's educational background is quite impressive. He was graduated from Ohio University with honors. At Clark University, Dr, Wood received his Masters degree and later earned a Ph.D. from the University of Chicago. He is a leader in American edu- cation and has served with distinction in all phases,-teaching in the elementary, secondary, and college levels. He has done noted research in the fields of evaluation and educational measurement, and authored textbooks for educational use. He has served in the Ohio State Department of Education and with the U. S. Con- stitution Sesquicentennial Commission in Washington, D. C. His administrative experience includes school superintendent, guidance director, college dean and college president. he qgresirleni an uf fiction 1-4 Ellerd Miner Hulbert, Dean of the College On May l7, President Wood announced the appointment of Mr. Ellerd Miner Hulbert as the Academic Dean of Frederick College. Mr, Hulbert graduated from Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut, and has served as a military intelligence officer with the United States Air Force in Japan, He received his Masters of Art degree from Yale University in l957, and he remained at Yale for one year's advanced study. His major field of study has been history, with a special emphasis on the history and language of Russia. Dean Hulbert will have received his Doctor of Philosophy from the University of Chicago. Mr, Hulbert has served for four years as the Acting Dean of Park College in Missouri, He received a leave of absence from this institution so that he might complete his doctoral work. While at Park College, he served as the director of a curriculum development program which initiated courses that were taught by professors ot the arts, humanities, and the natural and social sciences. Frederick College is indeed fortunate in having a man of Dean Hulbert's stature in its administrative offices. 9 if nan uf the Qlullege -. , : i Jerome E. Blair Director of Admissions U.S. Military Academy, B.S. Georgtown University, M.A. Dr. Charles E. Payne Registrar of the College Parkinson Junior College, A.A. University of Southern Mississippi, B.A. La Universidad lnteramericana M.A., Ph.D. Qlullege iikii., ' Qsdminisirzxinrs Francis H. Madigan Dean of Men East Carolina College, B.S. University of North Carolina, M.A. Vivian L. Gibson Dean of Women Woman's College, University of North Carolina, B.A. University of Alabama, MA. wrlemirs fvmvwu' ' v A I A I Sf' A Li - w I . and .5 "gf-VA, K - Il ff . ,nw -Y: , 'L bf" 5.16" A- 'W ' A -. ,. .fe',f' 'W ,fx-34.4, M i' Q .ig ,, ,. 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A -4 t' fi' .-,rfwg 3 rtflemure Eflilurarg may Mn l 4,59 fm: ,rs- , is 1 N ........ ,N S XS N x Q McLemore Library's staff is proud to have added two thousand volumes to their shelves which brings the total of bound volumes to approximately twenty-eight thousand and five hundred. In addition to these volumes, the library subscribes to ten American published news- papers and one foreign one. Two hundred and thirty periodicals are also available. As soon as an appropriate reader can be purchased, Micro-cards will enable the library to greatly enlarge the selection of periodicals. The library staff hopes to be able to prepare two thousand new volumes to the shelves within the spring semester. sms' .. .i,ssf'qx u - I4 X-'M ! ,,.4 , .. 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Byron Carmean 3.68 Jeanne Jaylyle Neff 3,66 ref 1 Raymond Oliver Eason 3.57 -.1 James Matthew Bailie 3.52 Deborah Jess Wright 3.51 Jane Morgan Husk 3.57 Constance Louis Brown 3.51 'L vim A .' ' lfPiw1'?ff 15: J' 1- - -ss A 3, .. , ' gl ix . 6 'i X. John Battenfield 3,50 . Xx . 5 S l Florence Elaine Woods 3.62 . , Helene Marie Buckles 3.54 'O -eli- Jaan Phyllis Finch 3.50 23 45' Qui f V2 5 X5 Fa. Q- 'J 'Q Bonita Claire Gootee 3.61 Helen Marshall Underwood 3.60 A QQ r-Q ah- . . 1,-5,9 - v x . i L X Linda Benson Hudgins 3.54 Charles eJnkins Tarian, Jr, 3.53 Spring Semester 'EE ' ' r eg . ,,.. -A ' . X 'T--P . -.49 Gerald Alan Lacerte 3.50 Judith Faye Overman 3.50 ,- A 1-E113 . rf Y 'pq' ' f. , 'P 4? 'il 'Q Thomas R, Cglfggirone 4.00 Mary Jo Chamberlin 4,00 Joan Garrett 4.00 emfs Judy Sims 4.00 gllall Semester Paul Richardson 3.80 Pat Dryden 3.93 Helene Buckles 3.78 Eddie Mitchell 3.80 Carl Tull 3.78 Peggy Tierney 3.76 list 3. A 0...-4 12:10 Ginger Fiocca 3.75 fs. IN, 3 ,f', Peggy Kresovich 3.74 sw-W 1 -lf i gr-...q Thomas Anderson 3.66 Phil Booth 3.64 Robert Adams 3.60 lNot pictured! Donald Smith 4.00 Josephine Wefherington 4.00 Kevin MCGuin 3.94 Ann Welch 3.93 Vincent Daniels 3.58 Gail Morton 3.60 Raymond O. Eason 3.52 Kirk Wood 3.50 f'?' nw. Dr. Morgan pauses to relax with a pipe Dr. Hembolt lectures on the life of Christ Q P l i 5 x Studying for exams? gllzxcultg Say not the struggle naught availeth, For while the tired waves, vainly breaking, The labor and the wounds are vain, Seem here no painful inch to gain, The enemy faints not, nor faileth, Far back, through creeks and inlets making And as things have been they remain. Comes silent, flooding in, the main. lf hopes were dupes, fears may be liars, And not by eastern windows only, lt may be, in yon smoke concealed, When daylight comes, comes in the light, Your comrades chase e'en now the fliers, ln front, the sun climbs slow, how slowly, And, but for you possess the field. But westward, look, the land is bright. Arthur Hugh Clough in his Say Not the Struggle Naught Availeth I 3 Wilmer A. Hoerr Associate Professor of English Washington and Jefferson Colle e, B.A. Q University of Pittsburg, M.A. I 3311115 mn uf X Arthur S. Withers Professor of English Co-ordinator of the Division of Communications Emory and Henry College, B.A. Vanderbilt University, M.A. Lucille E. Vintson Associate Professor of English Huntingdon, B.A. University of Michigan, Ph.M. Philip Buchanan Associate Professor of English Universit of North Carolina B.A. Y I University of Virginia, M.A. 28 Harry L. Cole Associate Professor of English Beloit College, B.A. University of Wisconsin, M.A. . I Vernon W. Morgan Associate Professor of French Stetson University, B,A. Southern Baptist Seminary, B.D., Th.M. Qlummunicatinns I i , I Walter F. Harris Associate Professor of Modern Languages Woke Forest, B,A. University of Virginia, M.A. :eff i - ' -. . -A' :LH .,, Eififii 1 76.2. ' 'A r- i . A . " . ,N -Q, x 5 ' VV Robert F. Marshall V Assistant Professor of Spanish 'f ' Guilford College, A.B. George Peabody College ' for Teachers, M.A. W. P. Covington III Associate Professor of Speech and Dramatic Arts University of North Carolina, B.A., M.A. 29 X K ms- R M. .,,,. ,U,:,,. 1 7 Q .lf '-we '-xg. ' gf :sg -- X .Quia fJ,.YgJ4'19-wmvI::,1'11A!:3:5fQt, t f'- X ,X - X .7 ft- 1 , ff-,115 4, .- Q,-11fgg:igi+4itgffvtir2 -,. e?111sf" 'ls ll' 5 l-l-'3,- 92" -. " - if " JN' '. ' b. wS'3l:f,f - .V -sys,:',:1,-rr,-gn15,-1,.r.-:xiii -ft.-, . rf . . '-. My rf . -' 2 V " ' - ii, ,, , , sf- I -1 " .w i 'Sm -1 , tg 1"-is f W. 1:17 ' . , 5A fx ' , A . I Raymond W. Morgan Co-ordinator of Division of Social Sciences Pennsylvania University of Indiana, B.S. University of Pittsburg, M.Ed., Pl'1.D. Piitisiun uf nrial cimces i xt C Q' Allen T. Crandall Assistant Porfessor of History Ithaca College Syracuse University Walter Heleniak Mrs. Francis McDonald Assistant Professor of History Associate Professor of Business Knot pictured! East Carolina College 30 A . I f I Richard B. Miller Assistant Professor of History and Political Science Colgate University, A,B. Fletcher School of Law 81 Diplomacy, Tufts University, M.A. Robert C. Stapleton lnof Plcfufedi ?if2ff.'2leilS?fZfS3Q O2 SNOW Robert W. Whitdker Maxwell Graduate 'School, Assistant Professor of Economics Syracuse University, M.A. 31 A Mary Augusta Burr Assistant Professor of History University of North Carolina Mary Baldwin College, B.A. University of Delaware, M.A. "'f-IF' gigitxisiun nf Elmailiematins Fred W. Patterson Associate Professor of Mathematics Lafayette College, B.A. West Virginia University, M.S. Virginia Polytechnical Institute Robert N. Joyner Assistant Professor ot Mathematics East Carolina College B.A., M.S. H i J E. Murray Rudisill, Jr Assistant Professor of Mathematics North Carolina State, B.S. University of North Carolina, M.A.T. Alan Mandell Associate Professor of Biology Holy Cross College, B.S. University of Virginia, M.Ed. University of North Carolina, Ed.D. James W. Howell Assistant Professor of Biology Memphis State University B.S., M.S. Stanley Rola-Szustkievicz Associate Professor of Chemistry Lwow Institute of Technology Poland North Carolina State Pennsylvania State University University of California, B.S., M.S. Norman H. Weems Associate Professor of Biology George Peabody College University of Tennessee Medical School Middle Tennessee State College, B.S., M.A. 33 Ralph L. Warren Associate Professor of Chemistry . University of North Carolina National Science Foundation Duke University, B.A. East Carolina College, M.A. "ls l find aiural nienres M1542 J,,,,g , N ' Xt"f8Q'W'cffM--,,.-'V , '. Q 3Qg.4g?2i .is. G32 52.524551 , f -lrslikitewrf .i fmi f ' ..- ..,, A - - ' f'QF.'Z'3Tf?E:ii3 ff ' TT- ' as f-3391? ' L' T -' 'r ' r . :.-:nf : A 'JT - -'I '. if-fi . v 1,1 'yy 39,- . + fzmg, ,j . , , gfs"'N- J 3 4 - i .mi-:' .g X Qs? ' ,WA . Claude W. Crist, Jr. .5 Assistant Professor of Geology ,V Washington and Lee University ,MN . - 2' J University of North Carolina Texas A8-M University 5 Michigan Technological institute Virginia Polytechnical Institute, B.S. University of Virginia, M.S. its Roland H. Waters Samuel M Holton Professor and Co-ordinator Associate Professor ot Education of the Department ot University of Virginia Psychology and Education Duke University BA Baker University, A.B. University of North Carolina MA Kansas State University, M A 2511115 mn Kgs by is University of Chicago, Ph.D. rw ' .- , 1' u ??ff' ' ,mf,.., In ,Q ,. ,Q ,fm ,3 '-rfswws21,6-:Isa .' .-no-9:22 Y. :yy fztfvifug, . , ,, - -. r v . tp 'w,,,,q,, ,ef sk"'Lt'-.Qui . ff N Q .Q --52. A-K 1 - ' f t ' ' it - . -H, 3 H fgQ.3:1.:,3k-1 5 .". . F. 4 - . V' . 1 V' I 't All - no-up wen? l Harry I. Rinehart, Jr. Assistant Professor of Psychology Bridgewater College, B.A. University ot Kentucky, M.S V Patricia Stauffer Associate Professor of Physical Education and Health West Virginia University, B.S. East Carolina College, M.A. Qmrl 7 rlucaiinn I . ft I ,,: , ia Milton G. Wetherington Associate Professor of Physical Education North Carolina State, B.S. East Carolina College, M.A. 5 L. tai A- , ' a, A ,za , t yi -3 -,,,. A X . Robert F. Hodges Assistant Professor of Health and Physical Education East Carolina College, B.S., M..A. Cary C. Parker Assistant Professor of Health and Physical Education East Carolina College, B.S. East Carolina College, M.A Fred W. Britton, Jr. Assistant Instructor of Health and Physical Education Frederick College, B.S. Andrew K. Helmbold Professor of Religion Co-ordinotor of the Division of Philosophy and Religion Dubuque Presbyterian Seminary University of Dubuque, B.A. Mission House Seminary, B.D. University of Pennsylvania Dropsie College for Hebrew, Ph.D. 5 1 J fiitisiun uf Philvfvvhz and Qiieliginn Deryl F Johnson Associate Professor of Philosophy and Religion University of Iowa Wheaton College, B.A. Asbury Theological Seminary, B.D. Fuller Theological Seminary, Th.M. Yong Choon Kim Assistant Professor of Religion and Philosophy Belhaven College, B.A. Westminster Theol. Seminary, B.D. Temple University, Th.M. 36 Hllilsrarg usin: Peparimeni Wayne Tipps Assistant Professor of Music Chairman, Department of Music Director of Bands Middle Tennessee State Colege, B.S. George Peabody, M.A. Donald Smith Assistant Professor of Music Dir. of Choral and Vocal Program Univ. of North Carolina, Chapel Hill Eastman School of Music, B.M. University of Michigan, M.M. 37 Ellis Tucker Acting Librarian University of Mississippi Louisiana State University, B.A.E -419 ,fin Mrs. Rosa Bain Head Resident, Patterson fum Mrs. Blanchard Secretary to Social Deans First Row: Chips Holsinger, Barbara Steph- enson, Jane Husk. Second Row: Diana Kre- ger, Pat Nelson, Carolyn Patterson, Pot Ward, Jeanne Powell, Camille Crofton. 7 rzderick Qlnllege iizxff. Mrs. Edith Ball Manager of Laundry Mr. Harold Ball Carpentry Superintendent Nga? . as , 'N me f ' 25 a .1 Q ff N .V X .h tw K S AA h K ru- :Ln Mr. Burden Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds Mrs. Alice Iceman Bookkeeper 38 X Mrs. Mary Castellanos Bookkeeper -M ffffg l 5 K. if ,tr .X -2 , lil' Mrs. Martha Jones, R.N. Campus Nurse g, id l l l l Q I l I. he lgeuple Behind 1 2 cm Mrs. Florine Chappell, Secretary to Registrar takes a coffee break. o ii, X ' X x Mrs. R. Miller x Secretary to Academic Dean Mrs. Eunice Ward Head Resident, Collins Mr. John Stauffer Head Resident Bam Proprietor of Lions Lair mints W yggwtfa .. -A 4 A L 4,1 .Wax 4 'li wb. W4"'wa.f ,ig wa. 5 cl , yr ,g.,,a -, V- 1 1 :1',"F" N 1, Wm, ig' fy M1 ,, cf -Q . f W ,, 1' M J.- Z, W V, 'r ,H 5 4 . , ,W mf, 'fav Mi' Richard Headley, Vic Nelson, Secretary. e-President, Cecil Turner, Treasurer, Grey Edwards, President, Pat George D. Allison MAJOR: Biology MINOR: History 42 Michael Ann Adams MAJOR: Elementary Education, Psycho IOQY ' MINOR: History Kappa Sigma Phi, Pres., V-Pres., B.S.U. Intramurals, Eggleston Sec., Dean's List Big Sisters. John J. Amon MAJOR: Business Administration ,11- X .0 if William L. Boker MAJOR: Business Administration I Paul Berstein AJOR: History INOR: Political Science au Sigma Chi, Pres., IFC, MERRI- AAC, Sports Editor: DRIFTWOOD, iparts Co-Editor, Intramurals. . -1 .ce .-,,,:, . I - . I . 4 , o f-1' 'H . f4YF1..Q 1 .. C. ,-.3 is ,nifi- V ..W, A" 'f , I ft o 'Sc x' , U sygx. . r 5, K Ft' gk F 3. pri I 'kv F X if Phil W. Bortles MAJOR: Business Administration MINOR: Psychology Chief Justice of S.G.A., Junior Class Treasurer: IFC, Dorm Proctor: Security Force, Varsity Tennis, Sigma Phi AI- pha, Sec., Treas.: Alpha Phi Omega, V-Pres, Pledge Master. Wallace R. Bulman, Jr. MAJOR: Biology MINOR: General Science 43 Sandra Bazemore MAJOR: Physical Education MINOR: Psychology Kappa Sigma Phi, Pres.: Pan-Hellenic, Big Sister: Choir, Dorm Proctor, YO- YO Champion. A .il 1 ' . " Henry O. Billups MAJOR: Business Administration MINOR: Biology, History Intramurals, Sophomore Class Trea- surer. I ji: I ' I L- I I Thomas R, Caltagirone MAJOR: History MINOR: Political Science Newman Club: Sigma Phi Alpha, V- Pres.: Alpha Omega: Junior Class V-Pres.: Security Force: Dorm Proctor: MERRIMAC, S.G.A. V-Pres.: Dean's List: History and Politi ' - ciety. ical Science So Richard M. Comerford MAJOR: Business Administration MINOR: Political Science Phi Kappa Beta: Newman Club: Base- ball: Intramurals: History and Political Science Society. I i i I Madeline R. Condino MAJOR: Business Administration MINOR: Psychology Gamma Zeta Sorority, Parliamentari- an, Historian: Big Sisters: Westminis- ter: SVEA: Intramurals. Mary Jo Chamberlin MAJOR: Chemistry MINOR: Mathematics German Club, Pres.: Academy of Sci- ence and Mathematics, Pres.: DRIFT- WOOD, Gamma Zeta Sorority: Big Sisters: Newman Club: Dean's List: "Most Outstanding Chemistry Major at Frederick College" awarded by Amer- ican Chemical Society. Richard B. Cleaves MAJOR: Psychology MINOR: General Science Phi Kappa Beta: Intramurals. Claudia A. Corbell MAJOR: Psychology and Education Choir: S.V.E.A.: Dorm Proctor: Y.W.A.: B.S.U. 1 L i I John F. Dixon MAJOR: Business Administration MINOR: Psychology Frederick Players, Business Manager John P. Dobbins, Jr. MAJOR: History MINOR: Political Science Mary Ann Doremus lMAJOR: Psychology and Education i I l i i il ll S.V.E.A., Pres., M.S.M., Sec., Pres. E.K. Club, 1 'S Edward P. Doran, Jr. MAJOR: Business MINOR: History Alpha Sigma Delta, Newman Club, Club, Intramurals. Jerry N. Doughty MAJOR: History MINOR: English rt John Dadiani MAJOR: Biology MINOR: French Sigma Phi Alpha, V-Pres, Trackg ln- tramurcils. Patricia Dryden M.S.M., DRIFTWOOD Staffj Dorm Council, Dean's List. Edward C. Eaves MAJOR: Business Administration MINOR: History Varsity Football: Track: Sigma Alpha: Varsity Five: Men's Glee Club Phi Evan E. Dubm MAJOR: English MINOR: History George A. Duncan MAJOR: Physical Education MINOR: Psychology Michael H. Eason MAJOR: History Minor: Psychology Raymond O. Eason MAJOR: History MINOR: General Science Phi Kappa Beta: History and Political Science Society Dean's List: Intra- murals Grey H. Edwards MAJOR: History MINOR: Religion Sigma Phi Alpha: Alpha Phi Omega: President of Senior Class: B.S.U.j ln- tramuralsg S.G.A. Representative 46 Norberto Ferradaz MAJOR: Business Administration MINOR: Spanish Phi Alpha Pig Junior Class Treas.j Spanish Lab. 77 , Robert E. Fines MAJOR: Business Administration Frederick Players: German Clubp Aca- demy of Science and Mathematics: Phi Alphi Pig DRIFTWOOD: MERRIMAC John A. Fitzgerald, III MAJOR: English MINOR: History Phi Alpha Pig MERRIMAC, Editorg Band: Choirg Intramurals: History and Political Science Society: DRIFTWOOD 'VFP' Richard T. Flythe, Jr. MAJOR: History MINOR: Political Science Sigma Phi Alpha, Pres.g Alpha Phi Omega: S.G.A. Rep.g "Outstanding Citizenship Award"j S.G.A. Treasurer: Varsity Football: Mr. Lambda Tau Omega: Dorm Proctorg Chairmen School Spirit Committee: Security Force 1 James G. Flanagan MAJOR: Biology MINOR: Psychology Dean's List: E. K. Club: C.S.U.g B.S.U., President of Junior Class' S G A Re , . . - D., Alpha Sigma Deltag Intramurals William E. MAJOR: Music John R. Fogelgren MAJOR: Mathematics MINOR: English Tau Sigma Chi, Hist.g Dean's List Honorable Mention: Traffic Court Judge NIS-1? 47 Flanagan Hazel J. Garrett MAJOR: Religion MINOR: History German Club: E, K. Clubg Dean's List Albert K. Glass Curtis S. Godwin MAJOR: History MAJOR: Business MAJOR: Music Lloyd M. Grant MINOR: Music Education Pep Band Director: Phi Mu Kappa, Pres.: Dance Band: Concert Band: Brass Ensemble: Concert Choir: M.E.- N.C.: Intramurals. Donnie M. Griffin MAJOR: History MINOR: Business IMPS, Chaplain, Tres., Pres.: IFC. Tres.: Intramurals. Jo Anne P. Goodwin MAJOR: Religion MINOR: English Gamma Zeta Sorority, Chaplain: Fred- erick Players: Canterbury Club, Sec.: C.S.U.: E. K. Club, Sec: Intramurals: DRI FTWOOD: Big Sisters. I C MINOR: Spanish List Beverly M. Guffey MAJOR: Psychology and Education Maiorette, Soloist: M.S.M.: S.V.E.A.: Dean's List: Honorable Mention Dean's James L. Harcum, Jr. MAJOR: Business MINOR: Psychology IFC, Pres.: IMPS, V-Pres.,..Sgt. at Arms, Pledge Master, Corres. Sec.: Dorm Proctor: Security Force: Intra- murals. 48 'L 5 l Richard A. Headley MAJOR: Religion MINOR: History Alpha Phi Omega, E. K. Club, B.S.U., C.S.U., Vice-President of Senior Class, Tra ffic Court, S.G.A. Valerie J. Hill MAJOR: Business Administration MINOR: Psychology Big Sisters, Kappa Sigma Phi, Sec., V-Pres., Sweetheart of Phi Alpha Pi, Ihtramuralsg Dorm Proctor. Neil H. Hodges MAJOR: Physical Education MINOR: History Basketball, Co - captain, All - State Basketball, Intramurals, IFC, Alpha Sigma Delta, Social chairman, pub- licity director, V-pres. Betty G. Holsinger MAJOR: Physical Education MINOR: General Science Student of the Month Award, Assist- ant Stage Manager, Frederick Players' Lambda Tau Omega, Tres., Big Sisters V-Pres., Hall Proctor, President of God- Evin Hall, Sweetheart of Phi Kappa ETC. 1 1 David R. Humphrey MAJOR: English 49 Warren D. Hemmings MAJOR: History MINOR: General Science Alpha Phi Omega, S.G.A. Representa- tive, Dorm Proctor, Intramurals, Diana E. Kreger MAJOR: Psychology and Education MINOR: History Lambda Tau Omega, Pres., Big Sis- ters, Homecoming Court, May Court, Garnett T. Kestner MAJOR: Physical Education MINOR: History Athletic Trainer, Intramurals. Joyce C. Koelsch MAJOR: Education, Psychology MINOR: English Big Sisters, M.S.M.: S.V.E.A., Dean's List. Jane E. Laughlin MAJOR: Education and Psychology MINOR: History Big Sisters, Cosmopolitan Culture Club, M.S.M., S.V.E.A., Seo, Intramurals, Young Women's Auxiliary. '32 pew- 3 . . f ' ' .s-can . , ,Q ' R ef, V , I 35 , ' ' 5 A we xg 'f . ' I A 3. P f' 1 " X is 1- I , - x ' X R ?' . , 'i- . . was , XY ewan-raw' -' - . . . I I -' 'I James W. Lewter MAJOR: Physical Education "Destry Rides Again", Traffic Court Judge, Majorette, Phi Kappa Beta Sweetheart. Kenneth A. Lipscomb MAJOR: Music MINOR: Music Education Dean's List, MENC, Pres., V-Pres., Phi Mu Kappa, Pres., V-Pres., Band Coun- cilg Virginia Inter-Collegiate Band, Choir, Brass, Trombone, Drum, Clar- inet Ensemblesj Male Quartet, Band Member of the Month. Wilburn Maxey MAJOR: Business Administration MlNOR:, History IMPS, Library Staff, Photography I V- Statfg Intramurals: Chess Club. ls- 50 ,iii Bertram Marshall English Philosophy Representative: President of Class: Young Republican Club, Pres., Mann Hall skit. ' v E - Greene McCollum MAJOR: History MINOR: Political Science President of the Freshman Class: Dorm Proctor: l.F.C., Sec.: Phi Kappa Beta, Pres., V-Pres.: Alpha Phi Omega: President of SGA John T. McHale lll MAJOR: History MINOR: English Sigma Phi Alpha, V-Pres: Intramurals. N3 4-A' James C. Martin MAJOR: Business Administration MINOR: History IMPS, Tres.: Intramurals. George R. Mercer MAJOR: History MINOR: Psychology Clinton E. Mitchell MAJOR: Business Administration MINOR: History S.G.A, Treasurer: President of Fresh- man Class: S.G.A. Representative: Traffic Court Judge: Circle K, V-Pres. Delegate to State Circle K Convention: Honorable Mention Dean's List: Deon's List: Intramurals: Assistant for Special Funds Account. 1 51 R , ' 'ifflfz d A . - y ' ff. " ' ' ' .',a I ,T . ' N . .f+i?fri3. rgj- ' .' '1wr' f5-2. - f f .gtk ,Mu s f ,Q Q 151252: .,, gfsuf-s-zns. X ,z seg. 4 .. ,?3q'f,5, Q 1:.3'53"iSi - ' . ' fi , gist veg.-.l,3g,L.'s..SI,.' A "5 ' , as ,,,:gz-.Q fgjbxnr :' 1.3 'J K',l2.'i sf-.Xe ..-f .A , , ,. 5: 'ze R. , . .. , Q f: ' ' W 1 .P X4 I Michael B. Mason MAJOR: Physical Education MINOR: History -an I I I I I I I I I I I l , I I l I l bg. Charles H. Naprstik, Jr. MAJOR: History MINOR: Political Science Kathleen Ann Rairdon MAJOR: English MINOR: History Lambda Tau Omega, V-Pres.: Home- coming Court: Big Sisters: DRIFT- WOOD Staff, Feature Editor: Junior Class Secretary. ' I And for the other half of my work scholarship I Louis Parker MAJOR: Physical Educa MINOR: Science tion Football: Circle K, V-Pres., Pres. George E. Pohle MAJOR: History MINOR: Political Science S.G.A. Representative: Varsity Base- ball: Intramurals. 52 Patricia Ann Nelson MAJOR: Psychology and Education S.G.A.: Lambda Tau Omega, Sec., Chaplain: Cheerleader, captain: Home- coming Court: Sweetheart of Sigma Phi Alpha: Senior Class Secretary. Paul F. Richardson MAJOR: Religion ' MINOR: English Transfer: E. K. Club: M.S.M.: C.S.U.: Intramurals: Track: Dean's List. I K. Il Joseph Salto MAJOR: Business MINOR: Psychology Phi Kappa Beta: Intramurals. Dixie Lee Stevenson MAJOR: English MINOR: French B.S.U.5 C.S.U.g Big Sisters: S.V.E.A.j S.G.A. Representative: Intramurals: DRLFTWOOD Staff: Dorm Council: Sophomore Class Secretary: Honorable Mention for Deon's List. Jeryl A. Seaman Eric Seidel MAJOR: Mathematics MAJOR H'5f0"Y MINOR: Philosophy DRIFTWOOD, Assistant Editor: Gam- ma Zeta Sorority. Nancy G. Stanford MAJOR: History MINOR: Psychology and Political Science Big Sister: Gamma Zeta: Pan Helle nic, Pres., History and Political Science Society. Leslie Smith MAJOR: Physical Education MINOR: History Football team: Track: Sportsmanship Trophy 19665 Varsity Five: Circle K 53 William M. Tribble MAJOR: Business MINOR: Speech Alpha Sigma Delta, Pres., l.F.C. Rep- resentative. Robert Taylor MAJOR: Business MINOR: Psychology C.S.U., Pres.: M.S.M., Pres.: Alpha Phi Omega, Tres.: Sigma Phi Alpha, Chap- lain: History and Political Science So- ciety: S.V.E.A.: Men's Chorus. '. ,c Margaret R. Tierney MAJOR: Psychology and Education S.V.E.A., Corresponding Sec.: Newman Cluh Pres.: Eggleston Hall, Head Hall Proctor, V-Pres., Pres.: Kappa Sig- ma Phi, Historian, Chaplain: DRIFT- WOOD, Art co-editor. if . , James R. Sykes MAJOR: History MINOR: Political Science Alpha Phi Omega, first Vice-President, Tres.: History and Political Science Society, Pres.: Young Republican Club, Pres.: MSM: S.V.E.A.: Movie Commit- fee. Cecil A. Turner MAJOR: Business MINOR: English Tau Sigma Chi, Sec.: Varsity Base- ball: Letterman: Intramural Director: Senior Class Treasurer: MERRIMAC: Dorm Proctor: Intramural. 1-1 b EX MAJOR: Business I MINOR1 History . t '-Q "if 'rr . n Shelley B. Watson, Jr. MAJOR: English MINOR: Religion Alpha Phi Omega, Sec., V-Pres., Pres., Canterbury Club, German Club, E. K. Club, Pres., C.S.U. Peter T. Wiggins MAJOR: Religion MINOR: History M.S.M., E. K. Club, executive board, Alpha Phi Omega, MERRIMAC, Intra- murals, Movie Committee. Michael A Verniel Phi Kappa Beta, Circle K History and Political Science Society, Varsity football- Intramurals Donald Watson MAJOR: History MINOR: Political Science Phi Kappa Beta, Circle K, Dorm Proc- tor, Intramurals, History and Political Science Society. Ronald M. White MAJOR: Business MINOR: Psychology Choir, Madrigals, Intramural Basket- ball and Baseball, Phi Alpha Pi, Tres. 55 o-Q7 ..i - Howard H, Whitehurst MAJOR: Religion MINOR: Psychology E. K. Club, Pres., Westminister Fel- lowship, C.S.U., Young Democrats, Pres., Alpha Phi Omega, Dorm Of- ficer, Intramurals. S'-sp Frederick E. Woodard MAJOR: Psychology Football, Track, Christian Student Union '62 , ,.g:,2,,5:". f-.g::.Q'- 1' 5 Qg,?,L.,.,.w 1 5 'gjux 'X A . mm- 25:55-ri x 5.-,-,,.-'si 1-. 4 .'31'm','1 nf X QQ:3'5Q',ff1-E,Qii2F1,L34-If . .. :WV i ., if f' s 'if 'Q 'fl ,S xt. E Q' 2 s.- .A- - 39 .Tj v x 44. w .L . ' .M vm- X -4 -N, 'af ' -P ,. , 11 f Eff 'I .yg"l?ZN15 Q! '1'15.'-5Q'5'I.' jf? 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Barbara Magelof, escorted by President Walt Ewell, represent the Freshman class on the Homecoming Court. 58 V Qlampus Qsziiniiies 6 I A w 1 I 1 u I 1 1 1 r L E. 1 I+ .DJJ l-...nl "Anyone got o match?" Rally round the flag, boy "On, on, Frederick . . l Y l 7 rzrlericlfs 7 uuri sriivy 'lS?"' It doesn't seem possible four years could pass so quickly Ninety-two members of the Senior Class of 1966 received degrees in the graduation ceremony on May 30. This was the fourth an- nual commencement at Frederick College. The exercises were held in the evening in the Arena. The Honorable Mills E. Godwin, Governor of Virginia, was the principle sepaker at gradu- ation. Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Frederick College, Justice Lawrence W. l'An- son, introduced Governor Godwin to the audience. After Governor Godwin's address, six candidates were graduated with honors. Following, Alan Caplan was commissioned in- to the Navy, and Pete Schryver and Frank lzenour were commissioned-into the Marines. Baccalaureate services were held on Sun- day, May 29, in Tyler Auditorium with Dr. James P. Martin of the Union Theological Seminary delivering the address. The invo- cation was pronounced by the Reverend W. Martin, the Episcopal Chaplain of Old Domin- ion College, and the benediction by the Reverend William J. Ridenhour, Pastor of St. Andrew's Lutheran Church, Chesapeake. Activities included Senior Day on May 27, which was held off campus and included a day of picnicking and swimming. On Monday morning, the faculty sponsored a breakfast for the graduating class, where the faculty served the tables for the Seniors and guests. The principal speaker, the Honorable Mills E. Godwin, addresses the audience. rmual C5rz1rluaiiun AH444' Barbara Overman receives a Summa Cum Lauda tassel from Justice Lawrence I'Anson. Justice l'Arison confers ci B.A. degree to John Keppler ii'- V -upv-1' N .Www Ybmm 1 .f""'? can f..l j J Frank Izenour proudly receives his degree. 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Q I..-.i.,,,,m..cK.., ,dau ,qi-' .fpvo Lg-gy s s ' ...f A 3?1.',,i,-'O it ' - - :Q L. le ,valet ,y .sys .. 1 VA r x an ' . :BQ iqggrgtsgkfl-5 f f .. W, 1 ,A .-, ' ,sw V . ' !,,ppg3Qg.j.v5-2' ., :if ' ,N ,svn-,D V , -s , ,iw , . . - 1 W 'A I W W X- , ,zvxvf-5 Xu V- 5' s- .-se .- , . - - . .5 , -. tv: X ,- President Greene McCollum to read winners. They are Johnson with Butch Pohle, Kathy Rairdon with .lack Keppler, Sonny Bazemore Randy Brooks, Diana Kreger with Kenny Rugg, Pat Nelson with Leon Potter, Dee Wilson with Nick Matthews, Candidates await SGA Ann with and gd Other candidates Elsie Dawson with Steve Borich and Barbara Magelof ' . umetnmmg 3 . Us-Q., cy. hxsgsg dm i.. ., rx., EL, 5 . ' ' ' rl ' ' 'wi X EQ.. Qziiill '- Miss Sandra Bazemore, a Senior, is crowned Homecoming Queen. Her Maids of Honor are Miss Ann Johnson, a junior, and Miss Barbara Magelof, a fresh man. W' K: -A 1 ,l7' . "'s....,- cf x:..-, Queen Sonny leads her court from the field to preside over half-time Miss Tana Lane, a freshman, leaves her car with the help of ceremonies. escort, Richard Pusey. if qi ns gf 5 l ,, lllllllll Pat Nelson and Kathy Rairdon, two of the four Senior represen- tatives, arrive at the game. yv M4 i.... . I ggi 'il I rife' ,...a- .mgqdl 'MJ' - , Richard Luurtsema, a pledge of Alpha Sigma Delta, shows that they're behind the team. The Lions are greeted by the bond and cheerleaders. . . fmrl glialf- une Frederick College Band of the South performs. Y Queen Sonny and her escort preside over the half-time show by the band, gi l .s ' "'f W .f fo nrm ecuraiinns s.. 'I Q, is 2 'R Q? 'K 11 ' A . fl ' tlgfiz .. - 3 .I lt ff' K' .vaV 54, Q. b A q A,.. g :gf 1' ,J J' i 'N ,Q , 'VP V., ""' 4 Qggrg fffs' - I . -i M ai vw.. M . , f . v 2 H ' , , U . , , 4 Se ' ,. V FO --' xx ""' 'Q 2- A ,,., b ,M I X it M A Q . fvjksvg - ' -f s- . ' Q' 1, i V ' "Pl-,:?e13??'wl.j', lt .g .A , H , ju N r X A H 4 i K ' 'fill 1 ' 2 -1 2' ,l il ff . T ll l.lOlN S Llllla , - I v -1 - i ff. I V EEOILEDTICER I. tx ' .Q .QQ Fsuw'rrcrw'roNcuz tg Y.,3k ..-M Y ' 4. L .ig , 3 ' PICKLEDTICEK raw Collins introduces Frederick, the tiger trainer. it 2, I'd hate to meet the guy who fits into that shoe. lol NLICEDTIG-LR TlC,ER STEM Tiara ROAST N01 Lau LQ., i . .ff 1 I Oh, well. At least it's not roast beef. .Sw ,gqmlkxnf Swiss 1: Qi N , . A :Qeg 5.3 x' ,. 'N , Nr ,A . . 'ies , ' 2 2 X i X Q -sa l' ' xiii' ' H .. 'jvc QQ - Q 51.5725 ' r A ss iEf'JjffV' ,Z Y xfs. .-' f Eggleston's winning decorations ' Goddard features little Lions in his jungle. 66 Frederickians view Godwin's King Frederick. ,171, And we thought Viet Nam was bad! The Pruitts of South Portsmouth P Eiiier 7 url 'W We 5 ingers 43111 Qlunuzri "Honestly, Mr, Adams, we didn't mean to park there." "Nestled by clear blue waters . . I 1 F Who said, "Girls can't play football?" gilullufnxzen Qlapers: Chickenman protects young co-eds from crime andfor evil. , ' W 'W "OI 4 mf i lqw Q ' ,. - N. V, 43 V ' xmi, ' F" 'N J if :Q SM ., , E? ag Qs' bi, 'F I V 'E' 1 . , ax t Q l .Q , -we :sig rf. i A worthy men-women? Why don't I date? Could it be bad breath? 4 , - fi A fswft ,J Collins proctors are really different-need I say more? i ,, - id-Semester fsfiermaih 3 'UH 55 I X 1 ggi: Q I v HKD' Peggy's concerned over the dorm leadership. "" x :ml "Yes, some of us are from North Carolina." Q 'i E 3 in Pretzels and beer in Collins Hall? "What's in the bowl, Miss Muffet?" i - ' 3' 5 If-zgeif. . . X , X ,+,i.5.x.R gag QQ. W, N' its x X rx Q t 'QT i v 3 XX x K x 'Eg r, ex X X N N ui UQ x X .,t.:ie+-4. X N . gg 15:13 3 it--,Z t ,xkv 'iv' if-:fQgQ, x-' 'ff ' vi' 2 A N c s Xt x x N m r ,jx g i t .1 ' 'Q-H - fr. 4 .Qfifef -15,2495 .yr gt Y wig-azgjq-tk '. ' we :m s S Q me , ix. . -gg,-F? -s , 4 -tw Wa . Aw.: 'myEtx:,,m?2"ik .N N -,JL2,f.lY- . .1552 . Eggleston lays an egg. ,ivy Dameron has 21 per cent fewer cavities 69 4 l 1 i .gg - -...if gvliieq Robert Ferguson, President of IFC, lights the ceremonial torch to begin Greek Week. The First Annual Greek Week was held last May. lt was initiated to create school spirit and healthy competition among the Greeks on the Frederick College campus. The different events were held during the week. For each event points were given. Then the winners were deter- mined by the fraternity and sorority having the greatest amount of points. Tau Sigma Chi Fraternity and Lambda Tau Omega So- rority were the winners. Marion Grigg of Alpha Sigma Delta and Diane Kreger of Lambda Tau were chosen Greek god and goddess. 70 7 irst 21111111111 ,Lu f 1 , , I x J Q H , , gf,:',! 1 ' ' ', ..:- I '54 1 1.5 f 7, J ' -V 1 ' ' -' ' f.,-1-' . ' f f " -.-".L'- , Y, ,- -'I , 'f " . ,. Q V, .J ,I A lk 4- 1 N ' YL, ,. , A 1' ...a . .- gg-g,jf'j,,,, "-. S.,-'pf X . - A -:f'Z?-i'W1- 3 . - .s.'1'..5' - Q, ig F'tgq,,.1gff-2.1.-'ff' ' - 1 -A -if ,-.,g,,gf :F-gf ' 'lrffigf ,- ' FJ! H. f... Lv-f Iv. -r 1-.,.. 173 .5 ,1?'f!:8, , - I .ntjgt A. . s,,3g1gr.x:-:,,.-5.1.1, i PKB tries again. viii What pretty legs Teddy! .i ii 1 Greek meek riani A -f.n. 05.192631 ' ' n 4 ,733 "Hey, Coach - this ain't hard boiled!" "Sorry 'bout that, ref!!" Baby G works out. X V 4 K ' ff -, If . fa I tak" -wmv X 0' L51 F LEM- 3 - -- . ., ...gy 5i5,,'.., N ,- fx i, 5 ,. x -., V ., 5,5 Watch your foot, Buzzard. 71 Donnie practices for future "running Greeks emunsiraie 'lift 48 pig, U if ' 1 04. ig... . . . Total !"'aiqv ' 'f,af.,-N A , ,mn if x ,f ,. . ' K 5? W ' . 'L '35 , " M, Aria pe.. 1.81 ' l-2-3 O'l-eU"Y And she wasn't even breathing hard. "Damn Seagulls" fsihleiir lgrufness S an-'r V---v- lIl'l llll r Hurry up! Here comes Adams! l l Marvelous Mel scores again. Power! ! If 1 xr 5 -.1 A x x . LQ: Q. Yr 33 . ,. V.-5. 1 . V ' W 51435 atm ibm-- :..: ,."5,., xgqy-Y f"g 4. .s 'os 'JFTH .wiiwv No, Ron, the ball!! ,,.. HRW ,..,. 5 Dr. Ernest R4 Wood presents Paul Berstein, President of Tau Sigma Chi Fraternity, with the Greek Week Torphy. innersl M123 zf 5 -H 5 , 'tif ts - JMX Diana Kreger, President of Lambda Tau Omega Sorority, and Phyllis Finch accept the Greek Week Trophy from Dr. Wood. Greek god and goddess are Marion Grigg and Diana Kreger. 74 Qlircle QR Spnnsnrs Blnudmnhile "Son, are you sure you're 2I?" "SureIfeei,..lfeeI...lfeel... "By the way, nurse, my arm's turning green." On December I, 1966, the Tidewater Chapter of the American Red Cross mode its annual fall visit to Frederick. This year the bloodmobile collected one hundred and thirty pints. Alpha Phi Omega and Tau Sigma Chi were awarded a plaque for having the highest percentage of donors. 75 WF? "What do you mean 'bottled in bond'? Tau Sig backs 'em up We'd rather fight than switch! S 5' ,,,,.. ,J ,,.'A""' Q 1 I g 1 fr 1356 ' Say, group, that's not the cheer we practiced! r,,,. WYE -r E That's all right, Homer, they'll stop on the way. I 5 iv 0-"W lt W i ff gi T, Y i i i i f ii 'i i C511 I 'ffiinnsli I 4 5 i 1 1 .-n-2 fin Xi S .Nl W ......-1 .QW 'xc-,,-:N :' -W: + , f -11- V 'Ninn-, I mf-. AT ,F!'v Give it to them! X' 77 "A family affair" ' ' ti, ', "" -fa -. 1 1 5' A 5 fx Q xl' X- ll' f v-.gm ' "f-!f22s ' m7,j' rs a f ' -my . xx ,f ff r i. 1 I ! Freddy takes o break Hey, Myron! 'nf 2 1 99 a 'i 1, ., W' Q agua .+ ip' Fl " 2- . , x 4 rl, 5 if.. 2, . S ew, -iff.-? if riff.-Q 'fr ,Z ,f,, Wa 1 ' Q' M -cf -,Q . w, 1, A, -M-.gi atm I in Q, H I Eli.: Q? HA "fi ir 'J J 121' 'll f Luiz T ,l 4 Sq Sfudenfs enjoying fhe Ari 5hOW. Joe Salta proudly displays his abstract painting, Q . ' vi , , S , Q , Y. gi . .. 7 xhillii Jeb Blair contemplates a bust of Albert Schweitzer by Prof, McLean, 0 '67 On November 29 and January 12, Mr. John Perts gave a lecture on the art of caricature. This is one of the many lectures planned by the Art Department. 79 l .4 unhellmic Sponsors TV il QIIIIBI' ance x f 1 . 5 X : ! Randall Brooks 5 B J I' 1 Li'I Abner 1966 ' fi 1 1 X i -R six svn The charming candidates for Li'I Abner. '...an4 www! . N. KA xiii", 1 f . 'Y 2. fi-" .. 5' : Q g , 'gfff fs ' fn- ,, ,iff X The band played on and on and on. 80 At Frederick, we regress instead of progress. ?1T-- - 'fflamhda alan fI9mega Qllnirudures Kathy Rairdon presents Richard Flythe, Mr. Lambda Tau, with a sterling mug. up A I x l " -i P ' l Richard and his girls Next? 81 Richard, speechless? Clmr. lambda 'alan . r iii Earbara Kurt Qfhrisimas Qbueen I az :saggy-:fg'.:fg N.-V .,VX. -WJQQQ Qlhrisimzxs Bnrnraiinns fsrlrl Qilnlirlag Qlheer J 'wx gf -Auf Ag, Santo's helper strikes again. Qllqrisimas Skim K x. ! The Reverends Gladstone and Sipple bestow their blessings. I Till ls THAT what they wear in Carolina, Jimi? A ar I' Thank goodness Linda Mihelic can take a joke. Leave it to Duckworth 'L -Q 'ik lxx 5 N, Ji 2? c Miki K ' 9 1 in , ,t 1 fs f :W ' any 53 's I Con Get lt for You Wholesale w 5,7 . ., fi , . -.-. Y ' .,f-M.1f'f i J ., My 2 2 Q if ' if n.,,, All right, you guys, don't give me any lip! 3 - S "On the good ship Lollipop 'L i 5 Q A . i Q my ii w xl -W2 ' bf'zi',e ., .. ,gyjgl Wfff ,ASQ 5 3: ma L ,... ,Q N .fi WM. ,- ca .4.. .fm 5. . .lf ,,,4'.g4A. - , ,. -Q .Ag 5 -.A ww .Wx QS. , ,P Wl'1ere's your tie? ffffv.-gm! , 1, b 1 fm N S N?" SMT' 1 s .. as , X if X : K+ :6 X NEW' Nwfl Q x X V Vw , M?" 4' Nr' - - : .--x,-nz., .1 x N X. x v 555 i , Q 6 S QS Qslplqa C9megz1 1 Glar Bash wht? John Ford takes his turn. 5 i 1, ...I 'iw' 'W S xbbgay Alpha Phi Omega Sweetheart, Barbara Gore, takes a swing. E is Q Li I John Schaffer works otf frustration Q A r i Jerry Sviatko strikes the initial blow, " i GI X , , ' The boys don't look too convinced! HI' The Driver Education Car Rodeo was a class project sponsored by John Temple, a junior. lt was held on January l4, l966, behind the arena. A series of events, including weaving foreward and backward, front and rear bumper placement, guiding the right tire between cups, and parallel parking, were set up and judged by two Virginia State Troopers. Each sorority, fraternity, and dormitory was invited to enter a contestant. The winners were Doug Edwards from Duckworth Hall and Judy Anderson of Gamma Zeta. Out of a pos- sible 35 points, Doug scored 29 and Judy 22. Second place winners were Greene McCollum with 28 and Barbara Bass with l9. Each contestant used the same automobile, the new Driver Education car, and their efforts were made more difficult by a steady drizzle. lt's harder than it looks! 88 x X 1 lil ., 4l nrleu ,T Q- Well, you know how it is! Trooper Robertson fries his luck ., 1 Y 7 if , .Qw::.,4- What ore the chances Boy, that was o close one! 89 giurleni nf nuemlaer CHIPS HOLSINGER received the Student of the Month Award for her contribution as the female lead in Amphitrgon 38. She did an outstand- ing job. Chips is a member of the Frederick Players and has worked as an assistant stage manager. She has served as the vice-president of Big Sisters, as a hall proctor, and as the president of Godwin Hall. Q., A- FFP-is M .X ,X 5 1 K . . ' r . pl X x.. . , of dm: R X it EL 1 ,. 1 S li ' f' fl gl etemller NED GARBER was co-captain of the I966 Lions football team. He kept the team united in spirit and kept alive a burning desire to win. Frederick faced overwhelming competition this year and many of our victories were due in some part to the actions of Ned. He is a Biology major with a Psychology minor, and a member of Tau Sigma Chi Fraternity J tlte gllllunih fsfnard fllztnuzxrg For the last two years, GEORGE PIERCE has headed the committee to decorate for the Christmas Dance. He has achieved spectacular effects with his brilliant usage of color and lighting effects. While at Frederick, George has been a member of the Frederick Play- ers and is presently serving as presi- dent. He is a member of Alpha Sigma Delta, and has worked with the SGA in their activities in the past four years. George has been a member of the college chorus, band, and has worked with the Frederick Players since his freshman year. He has appeared in several of their productions, and play- ed the part of Destry in "Destry Rides Again". He directed several produc- tions of the Players, including "The Public Eye", "The Boar", "Blackouts", and appeared in several presentations in community theaters. George is majoring in English and carries a minor in Speech and Dra- matics. fi . ,.- 4. . iii. ' -,:',,T: x. 7 ellruztrg lt is rare for any student to make all A's. lt is particularly difficult for a freshman to do this. For this reason, the SGA Student of the Month Award was given to Judy Sims and Craig Smith. Both are fresh- men and earned a 4.00 quality point average at the end of one semester in college. This speaks well for their maturity and ability to adjust. 91 'Chav- Qsmphiirgnn 38 N I, YQ, ' 5333 :Q L -f ' . ' '-w . , .W V -a. - i 5 E 1' ff'r ' T1 . l ,Y Q fl 5 ai ll' 'sit ali: Ni F'- l , . sf . N1 ' Y? xzifgazxgx Y f is xx X Q VH ...X 'A gs? rags- 3 Q A s X vi 4 U :N Y 1 T' ' l X :li-Zaysfisfi? Y . iz lu -Nix Ss W 5 S is s X XXQQM. .s px 9 My-Q -.a 51? QQQ5' , ' - 'les S' 'f . X , ff. ,Q , , ' Y-i . ' V W: ' Q it J S' , . . . k 1 1- X ft s e , .t - sz r:'.s-gr -xi: 1: s 1 1 xx X . First Row: Ann Mastantuono, Myron Segal, David Little, Pat Taylor. Second Row: Rudy Schuster, Ted Bonk, Gina Pittman. Third Row: Chips Holsinger, Eddie- Patterson, 1 in WJ' x ea. -rf Chips Holsinger and Rudy Schuster play the leading roles. "Uh, Rudy, um, they're plastic." I gif, Between them they've got 87 teeth. gr 5 , 3 Y C e W eee A ' r fa f- .0 K 'X ii f P ef' 1 -rg? . ' - 2 .l 'Fin 1 ferr I X W Ann Mostotuono ond Pot Taylor ploy serving girls. Nha fx F' nmetun... il Big competition at Freddy's lt was a bright and sunny morn- ing, and Coach Parker awoke to find that the football team had taken his car and placed it upon the bleachers of Lawrence Stadium. His hair has returned from the shocked white the said it was Ash Blond? to the normal brown. The entire school was in an uproar. The students were extremely pleased. Coach Parker started psycho- therapy. And Dean Madigan parked his car in his garage. Although it was in fun, Coach Parker began to think the worst. Little things popped into his mind, such as does the car insur- ance cover falling off bleachers or being dropped. Everyone gathered around as the team started to the top to bring down the car. They waited with anxious faces as someone would stumble. Coach Parker was very brave. He only fainted twice. The trick must have given the team the spirit they needed, for they defeated the Hamp- den-Sydney Tigers in the Homecoming Game. With the opening of the only place around that serves decent food, yo-yos became popular again: The entire campus consisted of students with their arms outstretched and two pieces of wood and a piece of string dangling from their finger. With the discovery that a few of the exceptionally co- ordinated students could actually perform trick stunts with their yo-yos, it was decided by Mr. Stauffer to hold a yo-yo competition with a prize of 55.00 to be given to the male and female winners. The big night arrived and the contest began with Gail Morton and Danny Hand, the judges, giving an exhibition of the tricks to be performed. Representing the male popu- lation were Roger Christopher of Blanford Hall, Nick Matthews, and Jimmy Hodges, and a couple of other people whose names we cannot think of at the moment. The females were represented by Fran Thorton and Sonny Bazemore. After a tough game of yo-yoing, Roger Christopher and Sonny Bazemore were announced as the winners. Sonny, the Homecom- ing Queen, proved that her only talent does not lie in just being beautiful. The winners were then told that they would represent the college with their appearance on "Compass", a WAVY-TV program. On the program they showed the Tidewater area that not all the college students were out demonstrating against the war in Viet-Nam. They were in school paying tuition to learn how to yo-yo, so that when they marry and have children, they will be able to teach their chil- dren the basic fundamentals in life, along with jacks, hop scotch, and gin. ume lgrulilems . . . 41: , 2 l .... C ' . , Cor? What car? l V l l ...J uma elzxxaiinn . . . Vince trys his hand in the pool room. And you think if's bad outside the mail room? LQ... 95 ume Qlhzlns Nancy hard at work? 7 rerlerich nllege Qluncert Series ., , WE lt ls , i l S t li lx t 49 Feldman Theodore Ullmann, one of the finest artists on the concert stage today, presented a piano concert an October l9. Mr, Ullmann has also presented concerts in many foreign countries while taking part in the cultural exchange program of the Music Foundation Artists Bureau. The pianist holds the BS., MA., and PhD. degrees, having attended such institutions as the Juillard School of Music, Conservatorie de Paris, the Sorbonne, Columbia University, and New York University. On November 22, the Jazz Ensemble from the Shenandoah Conservatory at Music presented a concert. There- was a varied program of music drawn trorn such musicians as Stan Kenton, Count Basie, Dave Brubeck as well as other compositions also in the jazz idiom. The Jazz Ensemble was on a tour throughout Vir- ginia which they continued on after their stay at F. C, The music was well played and the audience well entertained. Earle Spicer, a noted ballad singer, presented a very well rounded and entertaining concert on February l6. His humor and charm captivated the audience while his music and adlibing amused and fascinated us all. His score and theme, however, which was the highlight ot the evening came from tour areas: Traditional English Ballads, Shakespeare, Gilbert and Sullivan, and Early American Folksongs and was well appreciated. The Feldman String Quartet returned again this year to give another excellent concert. The warmth and enthusiasm at the audi- ence of last year was matched and excelled by the listeners of this year, The Quartet presented a varied program ot classical and semi- classical arangements which appealed to us all and in all probability, we can look forward to the Quartet in '67, String Quartet l 96 Theodore Ullmann eniur Qfieniials H., ,. my In , ,. H . .sf '1. I- :Si w 15' X y -1.1 . 'r 1 ' , " V" n Sf, 44:11 " 1 U wr. :v ' 1 ' E k L A Vx r. r or 1 Q, We M 11" ' Xu , f- -' -5' ' H-' I mffii Q61 lp it X A' 1 ug 1 V4 lctrg, 2 , Q1 f ' ' 52? ,-,v I X ffm ' fi K 1 pg r "' .,-5 ' ,P iz: ix ,M 4 1-'f - 4. ,- !: 15 X ' Q ,, f rr fs e r A if ff l e V ' 5 , 'if 5 o V c 5 f 6? 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Q - 5'-Q!-,saglql M 4. ,Q ' "' I 1, , N Q V.,Y"J 5.. 1gV" W' , , 3 1562?-V' V -,,1'w,..+lV!-2, V- 'z Ar - V' uf' . . .- --VV "v fV , ' b- ,V 1 wifi, ., , . V , , ,V V .A my 2 29935 "L" 1,3hf.'si5,, 'Q' 'z' -f-0-ev, -. Q 'jg-, . -, j - '-' x Q F, "W '1f?fi'VV- LL' r ' "1V,7'?!2.w,i5fFbz- "" . ,Y VM-V '-4" ' 'fl ' ' ' ' ' " -.4-,. ,, f-: s59?r. "'44?ig.gQL,,:ffel' V ii 'iTf K,4sF,,..',,-VVV. 4 if xi l i l 1 gl fl i il i l l l l l l mi l i ll SE ii Student Enhernmeni Greene and Cal pose after election results. X , .,.,,, -s,.t:,,,...,.,:,,. V ,, : ' 'T 2 ' a-.-W :r--1' .-.4 -:-rg.-:-'-L X ,eu The Student Government Associa- tion provides each student with an equal voice in student affairs. When a student registers, he or she auto- matically becomes a member of the S.G.A. This membership in the aca- demic community entitles one to all the privileges of a bona fide student. Also, it thrusts upon the new member the responsibility of observing the traditions, customs, and regulations ot Frederick College. This year the S.G.A. booked The Bitter End Singers for the Homecom- ing Concert and held many dances. The SGA. has also brought the Fri- day movies to campus. The highlites of the S.G.A.'s activities were the an- nual Christmas Dance and the Spring Semi-Formal. "2 ' " :ET 839.51 Ni: ,:' , 2 X'fff?:z.t -.rw -i...f-1-Q.-if, .fe -f N ..,,. C5173 - .., --.,x.g,., : , are-wg, Q yt ,te - Reb xg' .'gQ-Kgs kb .J-N, - idx.: -' Ai ...f H- ,vg L " . T Esisa-i i4sQ.i,fir-me SX -K . --,V Q, ...... 1 ,Hs ezggzfwzes 35- , we , ii Q-5 2. H-'S 42.-.-2.121-':-1'-2"S1.e,. rs.: a fr. -1 A'-K 1 N' fi , as z vw .:-fi' ' r,a'-iff.,-315.5 -rzckarc. , f .F ' 1 . ,. ffi v gs 'N . wg. 1. ' -.9-:::,353.,Hi ua fe 1-ge: jfs- ,gi ?R. . shy X 'fist sw 'Q 2 -as ,,., A 1 W,v..f...t.N.mAxN My tg? .. .. . Q- tif? A J mwg, 2 , A ,Y 5-.,,.,m-Wwwm qw: 'lO6 . r ii ssuriaiiun First Row: Tom Coltogirone, Vice-Presidentg Greene McCollum, Presidentg Dolores Wilson, Secretoryg Ed Mitchell, Treosurerg Phil Bortles, Chief Justice of Traffic Court .Lang Mr. Ellis Tucker, Sponsor Greene officiofing ot the Homecoming ceremonies 107 Traffic Court Judges Seated left to right: Diana Kreger, Phil Bartles iChief Justice? Jane Husk, Standing: Carl Moser, John Fogelgren As a part of the Student Government Association the Traffic Court is empowered to try cases dealing with stu- dent traffic violations. This gives a student the benefit of being tried in a lawful manner by his peers thus pro- viding an excellent opportunity for both the student judges and student defendants to practice good citizen- ship. sm. A student government representative, who is elected by a particular class or organization, is given the re- sponsibility of working both for the group of students who elected him and for the betterment of all aspects of college life. Student Government Representatives Seated left to right: Richard Headley, Darlene Hastings, Judy Blankenship, Linda Hudgins, Betty Ray Andrews, Paul Owings Standing: Frank English, Bruce Roulstone, Marion Wise, Carl Tull, Joe Cayblack, Dennis Kozlaski, Al Smuzinski, Steve Guinn, Walt Ewell, Doug Hemmings, Gil Garrett - L S it E Greene and Eddie take a break from S.G.A. activities to watch T.V. in the Student Center. I i . - fx 'seg , x. X ' nfi ti-'f P99 iff' ,suv I J 4 N 4 we-iff , Col makes notes in preparation for the next issue of the JETSAM, -y' AAN Q Q' erm' 112 nrce Richard Headley directs visitors. James Harcum, Richard Pusey, Mr, Adams, Harry Pusey HO Mr. John Adams is Vlvfik, .ia ' Mr. John Gilmore fe A 'R l 5 KX. E a E XJ. Q, it Q, x Q N . 4 my "SAS-I I x R X X'Nf'1fl llc- I ' ' .:., 5-w 11 gi 55 i tx 9 g,sf,5.".1j:'f , 5' -' , 5.1 , Q31 emuriam 1' t 4 dfnard ingclrzr -, 5 . -bixiiiwe N01 5 ,rc-lv 11 QNQ?':'.S- f:3',v,4 wg vias . X MN x x X N N K Si X XX I . sikszx iivf-S :ff 'Ill Q X Q kgvm . X , X Xf, v . "' Sf- Y . 2 - N Q . I . ..,g' ' W K .I, Qi. , f E Y X , . lf! an if . f f We 'W ' lf1 4 if' . ' 9 1 NWN ,Y VY. Yr , . . . " .. , ' 'Wa , ,I 1 'W ' 'I xo A UC' ' ' -2 f, 4' V ' . -1, -.' 5 I - 6 Z . , , 'fd 1 ' ' . K -11-, jk X-4 v - QI . . NP P - . ,N I . '1 ll- , n is N1 w. W1,f fk 'FRP 2321116 Knights ggancrz Band Igercusslun 5-5 r L , U ul JL and Bev leads the bond. Y arching land i I 5 i i A 7' . Moss confusion i i I fi Frank Knott gives the high sign. ip, 114 5 7' D? 132 V .1 , 4 -rw , . ..., 4'4---gn-., itil' . 1. V. ' ,..',,,. . Fww' ,M -I U N, 9 ' I X ' '35 .I w V , rqvw 5113, .. ' I' X 3. '17-rim. .,.fu x ,g1s8"- "W, , uv -Nw ' ..,' . . . X . ,M-fr D Q --uv A ' i' - ' ' 'QA'-fr, ""' 4 ff? -f 1: I" " o.4.,A-. Quite 0 show! Qmrl Qmajureiies .np A J , -zum. - W in 5'5"-N. N-vvw MH' we HQ! -I-i .. The mcjorettes swing out! Grand Finale MW.. .Y nw.. ,...-- oral The choral performs Easter Sunday on WTAR Television. 1 J Q 1 I ! I 4 I 3 5 1 4 3 W I ----i who jmadrigals JY QC : Q Qlunrrri Qlhuir X 8 . ,,y V KVIJIAM 19 af I, A . 1... AF. -I' 4 1-Sa In ' 1 wee -....... .Q 5 L. GRANT fresfderzf ', 131 .062 ,u -,..5. 5 i?3i'X'f:1:sef:"f5 In P 1 Y ' . 41 t 9- , .2 -, f' , Q X 1 9 WGYNE TIPPS N JEL 55.11. ET E32 1 f-. shea Qi vi-. w Q 5? Y 4 Q5 X an ,-. an 'W 'wwf' D. BROWN ,5Lw.z-1 1211-N51 F .fe-cas rer X xv M wfvvfwn ,-A-. k"fV,'f"' Q JZYVISOR' Xx ml ff H ' W . iw 3211 av ., Q . f I J' 5191! IZ QfN fW5 A 'W' fb, wk 1 A 2 A I' E El IW III I El an if mf a.4,1,1,l1. ,, U gwym, hy. K WW II8 B. KEITH Sfucfla 34' Szxxuplqune 7 nsemble Student 'jgirginia 7 clucaiiun ssuciatinn I- l l ll, l ? 535-U54 H.,.':xwp'Xi3lmf'553N!n' me A ' ' -' 4 Q "xt cthxw, fx X ' " P , Ml? Seated: Linda Muse, Fra k English, Mary Arm Doremus, Jane Laughlin, Louise Jusfis. S d Row: Dixie St venson, Madeline Condino Beverly Guffey, Cl da Corbell, Th d Row: Jim Sykes, E S d I, Donald Simpson. ' was 7 nsemblv Q l Q x uf! Z Jn 2BriHfnnurl Jeanne J. Neff, Editor-in-Chief X. at ' ,W X, if N + fn-we xii? ' Jeryl A. Seaman, Assistant Editor LM 5351.1 'ii Coming back from Philadelphia after the year- Mr. John Perry from Hunter Publishing Company works on the cover contract. book convention, "What i967 DRIFTWOOD?" diiurs Jeanne Kelly, James Shafer, Copy Editor Junior Class Editor Bob Ca rter, Classes Editor 121 I' QX " Kathy Rairdon Features Editor , 1957 5 2' ,Erififnund Staff 1 Ei " J- 1 -B u 9 Q' : "fl-W 5, j ff, , ' Q M TQ f 7 35 'QM' 1' IV nv 3 J' 5 3 2 5 5541 I' ' W: ' f J - - .. 7, 5 . f i 5 i f lf. First Row: Pat Dryden, Tom Anderson, Jeryl Seaman, Jeanne Neff, Margaret Armistead, Gary Elmore, Jeanne Kelly, Second Row: Betty Parrish, Jacquie Brown, Arlene Kitchen, Dennis Kozlowski, Judy Blankenship, Peggy Kresovich, Sandy Blick, Jackie Reynolds, Maureen Crispen, Carol Woodroof, Linda Mitchell. Margaret Armistead helps out with the group shots at Godwin. 122 Pat Gardner helps Jimmy with the typing. +1 "live 'Q xi? Q X ,.m.?,. . . Y 2,5 'X 5 'nw' Ht a , 2 .JU 35.1 . -nS'+'rf,..-V L 1 N :LQ W H ,ge ' U 2 'X A Yi s v- .sa- f:e"wk1w . Just take that comero ond . . .! '-hx ll The Spirit of the DRIFTWOOD. ,sw NX,- .1- L 'W Mfg -ss, D .X 11" iw "You've been using that telescopic lense ogcmin, haven't you?" 123 "So who's worried about the draft?" Vince Blasco works on the football section. . 1319 Jeryl puts in time on her work scholarship. 124 ,- yr' ,nv "All right! l'II clean up the mess." we "What do you mean 'You've got something else for me to type?' " Wonder what she did? Neatness counts-unfortunately not here! 125 TKBTUT THER: lf you can'l lake a joke ar and Flunk You! 3001 windy: ds who gh less n 130 , f th ' 4211 - H' ,4 - , 1 ilI ' i xx.. feilffigd Wgfa Brix MJZI.. E ,4Q!:s.!i.ase!u.!.l-lniiefiw x - W escort. mm 6.5. 9. glfgllild VI W FREDERICK COLiiEIg,nPlORTSMOUTH, VA., FEBRUARY 10, 1967 - qi if" A petition for what? The look of cm editor the night before the deadline. 126 X I Linus complex? The MERRIMAC is the stu- dent newspaper of Frederick College published for and by the students of the college. The newspaper is paid for by the school and is distributed at no charge to the students. The newspaper is edited by John Fitzgerald. Professor Cole, the advisor of the paper offers constructive criticism in the field of journalism. John Fitzgerald and Bob Adams discuss the next issue. Fhvfusfavhg - Y EQ Q sl ek Tyrus Woodard, Head Photographer Max Hertwick from the Ledger-Star came out to campus two times a week to help photographers and teach the es- sentiais of printing and developing, 128 1 , 1 .t , t 1" - 1 lk I - Q et t ,Xi Staff Z s ,.,-'ff 'ff -,-4 ff X aw V if'-QW' W Off to the darkroom, UGH!! IH-Sis-pf li- Guess who? Xxx V , Jeryl Seaman, Photography Editor EQ 5 isiizrs 5 508831, 'qw V W JJ '91 ' . ff Lime-4,5 , .. Q-'fa Q Old Members First Row: Gladys Mialik, Nancy Smith, Mary Hunt, Doris Brown. Second Row: Madeline Condino, Margaret Armistead, Chips Holsinger, Barbara Stephenson, Jackie Reynolds, Jeanne Kelly, Betty Geiger. Third Row: Evelyn Shea, Chris Davis, Judy Blackenship, Barbara Kesler, Arlene Kitchen. Fourth Row: Valerie Hill, Pat Ward, Nancy Stanford, Pat Nelson, Sharon Bray, Diana Kreger, Kathy Rairdon, Carolyn Patterson. ft I, Barbara Stephenson President Dean Vivian Gibson Sponsor of Big Sisters New Members First Row: Carol Woodroof, Ann Byrd, Jane Husk, Ellen Eppinette, Alvina Arehart, Dee Dee McAllister. Second Row: Debbie Wright, Linda Hudgins, Pat Scanlan, Ca- mille Crotton, Jeanne Powell, Dolores Wilson, Barbara Boyd, Peggy Kreshovich, Fran Thorton, Finley Jones. Qltrrle 4 Qlluh The Circle K Club, sponsored by, and under the guidance of the Kiwanians who promote the training of the youth of today for the leadership they will assume in the near future, provides the key by which the Club, College, and community may be brought closer together. Through their various projects cmd activities, both the college and community benefit. Seated: Bill Lewter Standingg Frank English, Richard Knuckles Hugh Brady, Jerry Sviatko mhz Qrademg uf Seated: Prof. Rola, Pat Scanlon, Gil Garrett, Steve Quinn Standing: Horace Hig- gins, Frank Sauser, Fred Porter i The Academy ot Science and Math- matics was founded for the purpose of promoting the interest in the natural sciences and mathematics, and introduc- ing to the students the progress of tech- nology in our modern age. This year the Academy has attempted to do just this by presenting short lectures at each meet- ing by various members ot the Academy. Guests have lectured on such topics as cancer and tuberculosis. As you know science consists of tour elements, an atom, a molecule, life, and the Universe. Examples were given of each this year, Alpha Phi Omega is the only national and only service fraternity at Frederick Col- lege. This year APO has contributed greatly to Frederick. Before the beginning of the fall semester the brothers painted the lines in the parking lot in front of the Student Center. To promote school spirit for the Homecoming game, a car bash was held in which everyone could crush a Tiger. ln De- cember, APO tied for first place in having the highest percentage of donors for the Bloodmobile. On December 9, Bill Jones, Jimmy Shafer, and Syd Carroll were initiated as new brothers. Also this year, APO has run the concession stand at the Friday night movie and given two dances. APO builds men. K, s.. N ' " sr V Qfh J .,,.,fN?,,' lik-5 E Cx s.-.. I K X ' fa Q: 4, f I gl gglig t A MXSQR ' T 54 U, M565 glflhfl Q9megz1 John Ford tests his strength at the Car Bash. . . X I tx tl fl I N W Z Q NNW wfg lfttE f', .5 e e 49, X2?J' ,,.-av" Sponsor Walter Harris admires his new cigar- ette lighter. S S 1 2 'e Sweetheart Barbara Gore shows off her cameo necklace. And then she agreed to be our Sweetheart. ' 132 J I inf: "" ' ,. 0 0 ', 'V f lx 2 5? 'LW' ' JA 33' 4 . ' r u- 1 l I ' tg. I1 id Wd 0 , '::- - I ' J X ,QW ,za ' .au AS L X959 xy A R.l-IERDLEY R mvwsz J svuss s wmsow R CARTER P zsaafLE5 1 -,-,. -5 Chyvlaln jf-c.1sur'cr 11,41 p,-.,,5,Jf,,f ,1f,-k5,,,L-ml 'Q,,u,,.J,,N 5u.,,!,,u,j ,LUNK ,131 1 L 'Jv'L"T!v ' I I I , ' 1 1 1 if I Z Q N n of If 01,1455 ft qi.. " f,,,.If-xiw iw. Q -'sf fv - ' f Y . f . mrmwwl smwsiz , m n 1 ig ,. ,, 'f . A , X 1 ,531:1L1 C I'r1:1 Q he 1' Ng W5 Xu-1 .xx yluislxfix 'v lvlx 3' cl ' C ' E5f'1E Ii f Ihr 5' ,! Pg N' N ,' iv? X ts 1, xliv' ,Q as J W , YXI4 'N W--'ONES X .V E swfsi h 1 X ' ,Wx-DQ f N at K N5 w HQRQXS Q X , Jflh :.vu." .-F vu .iw '4 1 cf-mncneons 54513 'i iii ia , 5 f A-Eb 5 7 :!- in K . , ,A .x . ab ? my -. -xy Q, Q, .' 'S ' 'stigfv fu -4 Q. " :rim S " V' ' 5 Y ' -i'LfSQf?i7 ' - 4 - , 5 ' i 3 4-'limi .1 ,5,IlI,EUal 5 , 1, , JJ .I.I?I, .m mamma mouuson ,M -'V V ' 4 'H S H - ww w Q + 1' Q + A R i g: . -.l .D S V' -U U, 3 H '-Q K -f -31 X -A , xxwg' P wuccms J BLELLOCH J rono F Knorr +4 RICHARDSON X. 1 X .SQ 1. .Q I "' ' , rw g A .- r . -In J 'rf 1" ' ' yf -?-ff ' ' . . Nnfiff-N -. - - . ' if 55:55, 9 L. PERSONS G EDWRQDS S. CFNRFZOLL WHEMMINGS G MC COLLUM J SHPOF-'ER -1 41 lr ,Q E SEIDEL -ina 'iv x 1 , 9 'si' I .xxfr .Nl 1 5 f-GFUQTNN .1 SQSNBLACK W N. 'ff r' Lg -,j gi N. E B QOCHELLE R 5.lu,Ew ,Q fri- ' 1 ,rv 1, :fi-4- -. ' if in A. I .fi ' -N5 E .A - 1- J fa WPHTEHUFZST M MASON 1 Sr...1:v of A .-.fa M.-fm' isturg and 'jgnlitical idents urieig t L 4. A l . .E Seated: Brenda Radford, Neil Flynn, Ali Abed, Jim Sykes, Dee Dee McAllister, Lou Justis, Nancy Stanford. Standing: Derby Hall, John Dobbins, Jerry Doughty, Paul Quel, Brian Boyle, Gregory Jerozol, Al Glass, Don Watson, Don Simpson, Ray Eason, Jesse Slauson, Bob Taylor, Larry Burstyn, Tom Caltigirone, Dick Cummerford. 'Eff' L fs ' Njw T- Deir it S ' of f' TS- ' P x ill ' x Q 6 4 - G l if x Q If I, gf N S X -. Y. 1' . .ff ' X X QR 1 Lge Xxx 0 5 K5 The purpose of the Society is to broaden the knowledge, interest, and development in history and political science. The society mem- bership includes all interested students. lt is sponsored by the entire history department. 4 Qllqess Gllult Jesse Slauson, Don Simpson, John Dobbins, Larry Burstyn, Gregory Jerozal, Gil Garrett. 134 Sigma 3521121 ginnnrarg Stienre glfrzxierniig Bruce Roulstone, Larry Parsons, Ruchord Luurtzemo, Bruce Blotz, Robert Garner, Jesse Slczuson, Alon Mandell I swam? ag N si ' X' MQ L . i 4 i n l35 ,-,7 ,- ark 1, V - agar 1- ' ,, 4, . 7:- ' ,,:n1.'- 1 . .g1't.zEi'93',5'?,:f." 1 ,: , , A-, ,. , 5.1 !5'V.5J2'f -?."'i-" ' V," ', .. . , . , . , V, , ,-,I-44 ,-1, , X. ..f -2-UH. V 1.-5: 1 ,J fu ' wx ,..,r.'- 'Lil '-j"' -f'iy'. .f-, .M v ..,:.-- 'ay -' ,x-, - . x I W l x S. . ..,. , . 7L5'C+:: mg-LL gm- ' ' , , vm V--4 1' 1-A v :,,5,,,f ..:A,, B .S :iz -. l. . - ,y-eh, hr..-JY-mx .,.V,2,a.,,, Y , wr. s -ea 1,., 1' .1,-1,--:ig ff 1 Llygltfl f,x9J,.5.'fJ.5 1 f- - ,- .. '1-l':.,,w,gf,gq,q.'."1.1','g.'.ju.' - I v- I A 1 f- ,li-my-. - rim' H f- 1-111122114 .s'fr,:!. Q15-iw 1- -- V "H f'-11-Fm..-' 419, ' " " 6fe1f3r.ffi2":. ap 1 4 1 .: 3+ , , va K 1 Cla? , ,A Til' g .- if 5 '.f.. rf. .- .1771 hifi' ff :ul-V 2-'L of ff -2,-1-1-ff 4 1251, 11:9 'fi-iff if.: 55:54 . , ,... ,., ,, :ff .L -if W' 131541 ?ff551f1'iIz2f'i+ I .1 c.51?F14,:G .w f rfsfzy. -f,- 'fifmrffi fl. . . - v4,r , ?jlgi!54,.',,f- ' A , 7 I. , -any I 65172-ff1',eaw ani , 17, f. -fl 'K' Tw ,LQ-.f1i,' 51-1 - , 7 - - .,-,.1 . ,,,, J 1 J 1 1 J r r ' 1 fan: if 7 ifilq Qmnuzxl eliginmz- 4 mphasis wk 7 Qllurzlrg ZE-Cllllarrlq 3, 1957 Dr. Earnest J. Lewis was the leader for Frederick's fifth annual Religious Emphasis Week. Centering his work around the theme: "Lite's Crucial Questions", he spoke Sunday evening, Feb, 26 on, "What God Asked Adam", and on Wednesday, March l, on "What ls God Really Like". During the week he had seminars each day with the following topics of discussion: "Tripping Up the Star Way", "Wisdom ls For Children", "Rebel With A Cause", "Spiritual Drop-Outs", and "Fit To Be Tied". Dr. Lewis is a graduate of Wheaton College and Princeton seminary. He has spoken at Religious Emphasis Week programs at Oklahoma University, Oklahoma State University, Northeastern University, Sterling College, Pikeville College, Miami University and numerous other universities. l-le has held many important offices in the Presbyterian church and is now a member of the Special Com- mittee of Thirty of the General Assembly. 'NF I 4 r. 7 rnesi Vetnis ,g - umtvi -.f - t - -E, i Faculty members hold reception to welcome Dr. Lewis. 138 The College Hill Presbyterian Church of Cincinati, Ohio. Listening to Dr. Lewis! il l l l i 1 l l l 1 l ,l i -l A rms: "7Vife's Gllrnrial flbuvstinnsn Dormitory Liason Representatives Bain - Howard Whitehurst Blanford - Eric Seidel Duckworth - Paul Richardson Crocker - Tyrus Woodard Mann - Louis Sarratt Marshall - Frank English and Walt Ewell Moss - Grey Edwards E Collins - Maureen Pedone 2 Godwin - Sandy Blick Dameron - Patterson - Goddard - Judy Sims Eggleston -- Linda I-ludgins ' M Dee Dee and Jo Ann serve ot faculty reception Qllqrisiian Student laniun 'Z Q ,-??"'f H' Mqyai 9- OSI ff? First Row: Brenda Radford, Dudley, Robert Adams, president, Dee Dee McAllister, Barbara Gore. Second Row: Frank English, Richard I-leadley, Eric Seidel, Shelly Watson, Vic Rola. 139 1 yt fl? .. A risks Wi, 1' 17 f '5 -2 vi 4 I. ,E M, ' 'ww I J aims Jo Ann Goodwin and Shelley Watson, two Religion Majors, pose with Dr. Helmbolt, Heod of the Religion and Philosophy Department. 140 Q, ,J ' j Sl", 'ljvg f I: . K fig 5 11, . ,J . R ,Mi , , ? 9 'Q Bob Adams, president of the Christian Student Union, participates in a panel discussion at the Sunday Night Chapel. Z. P x it . 75 -2 3 , Clmnnzmeni l il i Q 3 3 l L i . l Cfllleilqurlisi li ,Swami li 5' 'Sf Seated: Martha Pope, Linda Muse, Brenda Radford, Mary Ann Doremus, Sylvia Grizzard, Standing: Ben McMahon, Jerry Doughty, Beverly Guffey, Frank English, Norma Thompkins, Pete Wiggins, Judy Sims, Perry Horsley, Pat Dryden, efnmzm Qspnsiulairz Seated: Neil Flynn, Kathy Rairdon, Eric Seidel, Ann Byrd, Tom Caltagirone. Standing: Richard Comerford, Brian Boyle, Jeanne Neff, Vic Rola, Gil Garrett. 141 Seated: Madeline Condino, Richard Headley, Dr. Helmbold, Sponsor, Joan Garrett, Dee Dee McAllister. Standing: Shelley Watson, David Dudley, Pete Wiggins, Joanne Goodwin, Howard Whitehurst, Bob Carter, Bob Adams. E N pqxm 1 ' 3, xx ,031 f, ,ff , is fl if E 2 -.Q13 I ll ,CXI- N "fg,'12Cf1ahf1 l 7 . Qlluh F J E K Officers Richard Headley, Joan Garrett, Shelley Watson, Howard Whitehurst. mztnierhurg Qlluh Seated: John Blelloch, Blake Rochelle, Jeanne Neff, Mike Mason, Shelley Watson. Standing: Bob Adams, Bob Taylor, Nancy Stanford, Bob Carter. 'ff 1 3 f ,Q ,Q , ' ,,,,,.,A ..n..,. ,,,,,,, Q I , .jj , 'Y'-8 --' al nn'--.f--f vhs- ' '?f?,1,,j'1'-'MH ' ' ' , , -:A:,?"sv ' :sf .Q . wffgff ,-ix? , v X N 5 ,""15i. , . ' : 'wi-a 'a x "w i fi f- 9: J - 3 .. X ,, ,- Q, . r- - 3 ,g ' uf. ,J W Y 3 Eff 'X 'f - Q, .- . 1 1 -N v ,,, , , fy, K 'tx X,r,,,3 1 X , 1 L , 'N-Q., - . Qxxqxw U: L- N W ' X , -W . X, , .Nxt , L , sb , . .N , ,xf-, L NN ' . X A fm N Q Y, , ,Q . N. , + A , ' Wx K , , , bi K? 5' I X . ' X X H f".,:.,. , X ' "' ' - 1 'I,' HEL- s 1 , . 1. - Q5.,,.i-15 5 Q X I N...-.x 4 :ff':.f?5 ' 1 ' ,,q1.:g..'5,.H 'Xp .v 1, 4 f W' , , Q I Uh 1 U 1 A x I I i 4' P I Cilnier-4 raierniig Gluuncil i , 1 i i i i 1 ii ' V i I i i i First row: Bruce Rauistane, Vice-Presidentg Jim Harcum, Presidermtg Ed Felonna, Secretary, Second row: Jerry Marsh, Treasurerg Jerry Peverallg Ron Kellerg Frank Knotig Stuart Harlowg Paul Falconierog Richard Flytheg Nick Matthewsg Hank Beukeg Don McPherson. Not pictured: Donnie Griffing Sammy Godwing Paul Bernsteing Morris Wells. x . i A S A ' 5,5 0 y t , 146 ,i1 . f P 52 V , X V-'Q' 1 , Yu' if Lx X 'Ik' ' F, 1, mx!- 'W f "ff K Peggy Callen Treasurer Mrs. Patricia Stauffer Co-sponsor - Ex A, 1 I I , x y Q 5, -E 2 iv N Jeanne Powell Vice-President nv' V' Nancy Stanford President lganhellenin Glnunril Sonny Bazemore A -' K ti ix, N rg Y . A 5 Aw- X Nqvw-,Vi - 9- 'Q J l Linda Hudgins Dean Vivian L. Gibson Co-sponsor I. Dee Dee Wilson wm,,,,..w1w"W' Q N X- , M Q. www' NWN? N LM twwwwwmx New-Www ,emu ,ln r. oekun 05 X X is I ' A-MSX 'mw,,w.e:+mn-N-"-W"N""' "W V Gamma Zeta's field hockey team. ,fm .ff K t l Ea Z 5 mma 2 at X X, I Q ,Z7 V , l J aff Pallas Ee V' X fi 'f jing! V J!! ATV f Q ' ll K, Athena Gamma Zeta went out Halloween night and collected things for the people in Viet-Nam 148 i I 1 Emegrif X f resin ff M-'41 U, ' .A X Wil- M.cRa5PEN , ' ' Mkt pvesicfenf X z Z Q .XNNWV-I-,A ',.f A . N. Mc Pn.m.n2n'ER . 5 Secretary ' -' H.KECHEN Zfre-1.S4.wer .1 f 'I' wv' 3 1: 5 v X wr., -' '. 'Q 'Q 5 3 ' . -a ' ' 5 1 Y 1 3 , f A Q 4 ' n v 1 I V I I 4 1 ' s ui , an w--an-'S A--o s up fr va X, W--as 5 y 'Q mu, ur xi., ' 9 In , .Y ' 2 Q an Q iwifwfx "', 1 ' " F MN? 1'-M ifsffvff' ,MQQQ Q 5 5 5 5 xt .-M-v 5 44.5 N .-nn 5 -v N .5 5 J-tv 1 L-Q JJ, -Q Q 4 N 1 Z. , xv .Q L 1 " e' . . . ,Q .. 11 arginm in -x- 5 5 I 3 5 X E e.sTePHENsoN N.5T9NFORD n w 4 x -Q W . L.. HUDGINS S. EFSSTY J. GOODVVIN X R4 LSERMHN N5-.r ' sm s' v, , N-.5 . R lag , 7 , , 13. X Magi , WW? B.GE1GE.R l J. RNDERSON ' rf Az Ez?-ii-296 4 I 'x 'K Q 1 fu r C . C-CROFTON Smcao .wr Smffh g 1 is 1-..-I. I ,,. H. 51 M5 Jffjv F5011 1 Nb 413 ' -r amgfh . ff' ' S V 5- KEITH ffvaplain S. HOVVELL. A . Q.. , 4 f. C 4, Q jf Nw. "- -.Q we ii .3 WX I R FP. SCGNLON 5' . A -.. 1 I M. CHHMEERI, X 'l.F ' ., 3 . -1. N is '15 Q H. QREHHRT :Jcffon Nobody sleeps at a paiama party. ,A - sa. -4 K. r :vs if l 4 Kappa Sig says . . .! 'FHPPH i Sigma F h . A sister is someone to lean on Kappa Sig promotes school spirit. Happiness is receiving new pledges. 150 Y 6. l s aazzmoszs . Jareszdfnb M RDFNMS V- HH-L G MIAUK V Q Pg-eydenf S:c:'c:'.1r-5 F JONES v71.'Sfd.".M,'r 0 A. H. G SHTON QIQITIEL f 5 f 111 U A mr? 1 Eggs. X N 1 9 '- J 1 X 4 X xxsgx EN X U Q -di . fu' N in X 'I FS X MRS B. MRDIGRN I J7du1Sor , . at - o owe 3175 ITT s ,, ., 1 SON D MKDDLEKQUF L, DUKOVKCH - 1 U ,I X X 5 Saas J POWELL P THORNTON D WGRD Pr. JOHNSON l , 0 Richard Flythe, Mr. Lambda Tau, makes himself at home. Lambda Tau helps Mr. Stauffer celebrate his "2lst" birthday. ills 4'-. Wonder why everyone's so happy fre Q N ,nc at .-Q fl 'll .. " Lambda Tau Omega Sorority has always played an active part on the Frederick Com- pus. Having sponsored dances, car washes, shoe shines, and the annual talent show, they are presently reigning as the champions of lost year's Greek Week. Among the outstand- ing functions of the present year are the co- sponsoring of a Halloween dance with the lmps Fraternity and a picnic with Sigma Phi Alpha Fraternity. An initiative sorority, Lambda Tau Omega highlighted the year with selecting the first Sorority Sweetheart, Richard Flythe, as Mr. Lombda Tau Omega. Throughout the year, the rush parties and pledge season were eagerly greeted, ,ga I:-g , . x , A 'xi .. asf, 3 Hia" tk X' 'S X 5 Q' oft R . s x Yr N I Q 3 ,tx Nw' L .,. AJ! AXA. . t- I mswfkw--'X X 1 -Q k s lf. ia' "" ,- v ' QQ, . !' " ' g E Carolyn and Pat offer Mr. Bailey ci few pointers. Lambda Tau consists of all types. l52 What Q group! Q , r-7 If fl' V .av-. . lf' NX ,Nz K D. KREGER CFL SKUNDBEFCC: A N .presztfenf VLQG. prcsncfcrvf ' X-Q .- J- REYNOLDS 'mm' 07 -H WH D. VVQLSON Sccrifary M -J in .A H " """"f KVIAA Y 1 ' ' V Jie, Qsu rg rx R Nem.soN ' Chaplain "J 4, 1 f pci I x 1 1 , K ? LM- " 'V I I 9 5 s 1 :N A ., .ai 45 'Q Q v iw: 'fn wtf, . ., 9 K , Qs' 1 ' ,' if X , ,- -' W,4 ,W ,,,. .M.M A., AvQ . Q,,. L Q , 5 X Q' G ,,-'M ""' W V' ""' v 5 , ' '. ,.f""" A' xx 4- . X l 1,1 ,V I5 xx X! l ,,,. v- " X 3 " ? ., s XM' ff 1 'S 5 5 n s g 1 .. T 9 , 3 4 . i 1 K i P N, x, v ,a I , e x Sr,..--- ' -N- f 5 41 1 E v X A , I Q x ,. Wi "1 N x ff 3 ,F K ., Ygx 5 at 1 L AM. ' ' Sei 1 W S I 4,1 A K K 4 3 A r Q .0 9 L v Q 1 Ag -C eq gg E -- 4 N1 N WLBLHNKENSHIP 'X' A' ' Q A ' Q N 2' N. Q 5 5 5 J' 5 ., ' 'Y 5 W x I wx, 6 Q -vw I E . J. Husx Z X 5 J. KELLEY Z X 5, MQRTQN Q N c. woocmom: R. WAQNQR .3254 1'5g'X'u"4Xi a, -H x Af--S, -avi. J: 31" fa. emo o.ca-uasmam X R. CORBETT C. HOLSINGER N.SEr1oNES . 1' . -..- -Q. Ln 'YYY li p I' -Q. R-JKROON rlulrvwavvhg nh V7 -A 'x xw .I C. 7-'QTTERSON 4,4- .x ,. 3 Uk Q.:- v . 'U Q. KENNEDW' JS-5 N "'. Av-'iN5?ir3D F X 511.9146 f7'TH"f1'g UJQIIQW Ri F. CHLLEN The "Pi Five" Pi A Go-Go Phi Zilvh un H12 gn The Swinging Cuban Hey, Frank, what happened? Think that pole will fall, Ron? Confusion 7 F A E I "' a 4 Q .0 I ' I X 1 if + A i 1 3 f ,pw l L - X 1 1 5. BULLOCK F. KNQTT B. FERRQDRZ R.WHlTE -It G Sec refa 7-37 -Preszafcm' 'Wee --Fir-esfdrrvf Z7r'ef1sare'r' R, I ? 9 3 l 3. 9 i? ' , 31 I 'rj RKELLER 1 -f 1 1 'I 'I jmw 'I 1 'M niannouen 9' SSN of 5'1 ssp- .. N- sf-'fs'--sss-sf M , ' O U 5 QI-zwmzik QCD!!-ggi K . ' 1'.q. iii J , ' il' 4 X 1 f 9 y.-'NES R. JOYNER W. HOWELL L, WILLARD J flllfzlllllallllllll 4 xx! ff X f .5 42' 4 K C FITZGERFSLD ' Y' Y 4 MKNOWI-ES Q WW XA- , ,a R portsmouth, V1FglUlG B. PEN Ron T- GRHVES "Ji 'S' RN in s ' ... F1 ig ,Y ' 13 ,,,, V N - R F. ENGLISH G. DRUMMOND J. STRICKLRND FLBROOKS .LCOLE L. SHORT B. TAYLOR Skfunffn gf' Sm: ffl fa" . g ' lex SIX s X E X -1 Fl if 5 -V :-1-535245519 1. -'if"i?',.,-1 i - W.g:t'W'Q 1 P625 ffl 5.3 I HPPH A H gif?" Halloween with P.K.B. First Row: Al Glass, V-Pres.: Nick Matthews, Pres.g Ray Phillips, Sec. Second Row: Bill Holt, Social Cornmitteeg Phil Booth, Treasq Carl Tull, Corr. Sec. 'lt-2' P Chips Holsinger Ae. X 1 . . --'isis W- vailziiqgl-gbgi ilk s'?f3s-.N.' 4: sans .s-gl. K .5gE?s., 'N ,y '93, g B - is bers veg: get ,V et-3"xs1-s -. Wx P - X-'swiss sssbixxk qv ta - - -x N5 .tj ?i'ls3i9b'j3 , . F- 3 5W ,-.ww-'-.,. fi F. '. ' e.:.-Q-..Hg?.w . ,.f-2:1-:irish Q -4 1-2:15,-qs ., -Y , f gi A , .:-Q, .11 fesisfftr,-isafw 1-: gf , .. 21.- 5 N. 1:5 qw.:-if: ,-:eww Nix - X ,E .0 N 2 :ls s - , eft irg Sweet- Hearts ,JNCI V-si Patsy Lewis B, HOLT 1941 -e I 1 A gn' M 3 1 ff mfg, .N , 1,8 x L V .. 3? 1 C. 'FULL P. BOOTH , L :Q 7 f53ff'f5' V ca ve ' 2 RY Nd N' "9 1.1 W. -4 .1 N. IVXRTTHKWS A. GLASS R Pv'1lLLlF'S P T'1F4.TYHE.'Jf, Corrtsfvnfni Jzrrcfdrif A7"Cd.Sur-cr' Z,rcsrclc 11 6 IL .' e, f'1-c,v4.l1 1.1 rgcg-zmf. JA.. nina, ff!" 'fl'a,lif,' ' 'I' xv'-Y44f-f .al ll l w if if Q Q gg, k I 1 ,?. N I N W E E N S r771.f1fdsov' ,.-f, ,1 A, 1' Afiffiyifffq. fx 1' X f'?F F?1' 'f i ,f ' M' ,,-N5-,ynlyy .N aa: bi : . M, xi xx , 'PH XX .xx M S2 ,X X X , X i as X . A L. SWOOPE. 19 3 R ,A L g ' iv X X N I 'la X xx X X N A N X x X1 J. SGLTPM B. BOYLE K MC. LKRLKEN fy , ' 3 rv ' ' ' 45-K Q ! I'zgfz Q u " r t ++ JDOOIVWS 1 ' 1 i '7 Q N Q Q! X Us . , 51 ,Q . 3' .J xx 0 - f 4 1' f ' ' E f i Q , , A A X , -, : 4 0 , , I fl ,fr 1 sm: mf ET , .JJ XELIJI-I CL - fNv N Q ' V . --. 'S N' Q -"Q 9 N s 4, Q . . fs x U 5 Qmfm Q V H W - Q , A .2 .. s g M. f "Www ' as 1' HQ ' . 5532.95 ' Egkfx Sw In V' Qhix gif .Q - - Q f N - M X 1 . , --I 5 X 'vf -. .f , ,.. 'M -M ' , ' X L- 'I -Eh, V2-gy. , X ,M 31 A " L Qhisjfwd r - 5 R. EBSON G.McC.oLLuM Y. GARRLTT D, comeafoao x-1 vaRweL is smxaa X eb, Q: -Iv.: C gfixjw: Ywgmglgfs,-gigs-5, -it s-xg 15,533 'y-SR Q Q x K 'VW gs YW 'iwwff N ffyflfgh -' -gg... ' g:5'fy11's' Axqi' - - ' 'FN I i?g'sws5' 'N-fl ' - 0 w . f A 5 s f ' 1 V 1 3 sea' M .A . - ' -4- , M' ',T"T f '. ff 1 I 'ywv - - is nd 1 I 'wx ' Y ix I . xbi P. FGLLONIERO U . HODGES G. GPIRRETT R, cxiavzs L. BGKER D. CQRROLL D war:-ow .ff...zw .ns.,.uL am efllun Greek Week Champions Tian Sigma Glhi 5113 fgnlrlen 'Quant w 25' of man if if Miss Jane H k LIL x, , ,ff N. CAREER H. BEQJKE P. BERNSTEXN E. JOHNSON E. xxA1x,N5 pledge. .Master Vibe preslcknf .Pv-csldmf liuwgfw-J Jmasufgf W LQ 1 Mr - fm ff A dw-. 1 - 451117911 ,, Ci 1 zFaa,?r1zI1'1, 1. 11 - 4 ...J ----' vu N M- Y Mm- nm Y A I 1-I v v,i 5 1:-377 -i' X ?Q S' ' , J I. , f1z1s1'sm1 lla ' 141111 lzfrglz J WEuL.5 . 15 'K f'W cv NNSK R. MARS:-1Ra.n. 244151 50 5 'T B mm .... ff? ,T-WEA laritigk D. Sur-4 T7 vu, .iq . - ' ie A 'S x' ' SI' P 5"uRGu.L. 'Y R SPENCER J. NELSON 5 BOUCHQRD D COLLINS LFNNNE. G. EQRLX 1 J. -Va af , , Q N Q e f 5.31 1991? 'Hff'4gfI5UI!fh.viLhf'Q'U1fI'Q , HPTEHQSIKN ' x .Q A fa K' ':- 45354- 'L Pevsmm. J. Foeepensm J. MRTUSWK 5. some'-e MSCHEMERING C'Tw'lf'-ER E- BROWDER M. FOX N. 4 , .Ln .. -. ,, The beach crowd Alpha Sigma Delta social fraternity was found- ed on September 14, 1961. The fraternity creates and maintains a strong bond of brotherhood among its members both socially and academ- ically. This select group of men has contributed much to campus lite this year and will continue to do so to come. Delta in Greek Week 5 ,V 6. In - Q" tit SA, . 1 -9:3 S ss, 1, si 5 X - -as Q 33' ,as gs is 1. Miss Pat Elkey, Sweetheart Delto Wines and Dines I The Snowmen 160 Il '66 Spring Pledge Class minus one Ca. HICKEY D. EVHN5 MC PHERSON ,-----V W- - ..... 1 r L ,V V 4 , V L4 I c Qffm '-gf: I 4 " ' - S v I ' jf : A fz -. 1 QP' 55: w ' r - 1 :NS X-mm", .:.-'f:-X 1 f','1' r '5 . .U-'V ' . f , ' ' , 1 , sn I ' I 'I "'g:r w I N rg! Q ' V 1 V V rhi ness nw: E. aczoowm M. Gmac ' F1 Hoao R. Hem-aw Secrcfay Recorcfrzg ecrelafg lgnsicfcrrl' 'Misa llresidcrri' .Treasurer 5.1-gwnf' .Lf 41-nu, ' ' F- M -E P ' . I I 'f ' Q 5 V A N: 4 v Aff f -v J 5 ., ., , N 3 - 4 vt, . 1 E ' ll A E xx ' ' i 4 5 B. RQULSTON R ELJCHHNHN H. RQNAEHQRT Advisor Jvtsor f 5 f 7 "' 'Q ' 0 X 5' 3. -0 Q' 5 S W , Q - S 1 .E 1 ' 9 Vx -T, : s 3 A w W, Y 5 5 j Q G 3 ' , Q Q r "5s"'W iw' MD' M' Q-"' 4-'Q--"'f' "-'sswmw 'H-K? XV-"-'N-rn" ""'A'A"A" " " ' '-vsp Mfg . R. Lwrzveerwa Frederick Ciollegc . .,, J 3 K ' . l n , ,A 'Qt 3 -' I md' J! ' V X-my x Q N V. .f 1 7 ' ' B COMF-'TWN -Q' V k ' 5- 1 .V . L Q ,Q 1 X J' ,As ,AW .Rf 1 - 5 5. ll N, B. TRIBBLE N. HODGES "-f : .zl V 1 Pcrtsmouth, virginia P. NN H.ivC9N WN VX xi, ? wi, Xx X X X 15 xy, fa , ,X hw ,415 H 1 ' - 3 , V J 5 Ns' .. "f1'V?Sgg, - if, J' ..-. ji 1 L I it Wa W .Qi - W. ,gif .-: N f A I ' ' ' 251' :Q'.3P":.,. V All . 1.2:-V 'C BRYHN R. FRENCH B. FLYNN B- SQNDFORD J. FLHNQGQN T1 rqNOER5ON Stull: of fj 11111.11 f fifcll, -V- 3... Aren't they sweet! Sigma Phi Officers zyma 1' a li What do you see, Frank? Lambda Tau Picnic X Miss Connie Brown - Sweetheart of Sigma Phi ., .gm Spanish finally got a date! Who is he trying to kid? I62 ' ,mm J mee, Ilklf-H' 1 f , 1 , - ,, " Q" xw v yy ,yr , A sb zigfgiif if 'XXL-P 'ffff' Qxgwi 'A ' IQ. . ' 152:-,Q 95" . 4 A . -2461 35 - , , rs " WH' dl f -2 . Q f an ", , N213 . --- J' f , ' f N X f .Q ' ' A ' " ' 'W P , , ,- 1 R. HRRFLELL, J. OWaNC15 J. DHOMN4 R. Fu THE H. TRRKENTON sa BAR-:Ugg ww 1 -- F 1 Z ! Sefgmnfxat- 26-ms Ream-dwg Sec:-dawg mba prcsidurk pr-eslcfenk Cuf f-a.sp.md. nj SQ., ,-CQMJ U'f.u5,, Y-U f 'YI S'11 1.1.1f 4 m. i W ' A' fs W M'ijk""T nw ' 'n11f1f1'11"+v 'I .uma , ,Cm ,,z1f11s.i f?Q1.1zg1z WW ? R, MILLER R.0CR9ND9L..L. fizfwsof um Lhoperorm 1 4 .df 'WF' vnu ogg X. .fr V Q . P. SMITH A Xx Nxxw x r x 3 X X H :MQ E " ' ' xaqf Q Y:fT,. :QLQQ Q-.t - -a.: . NT f 5 - U hi is 5 1 X l .. :yah 'FR J..- E 'FFP f ...- 3:-Q ' :C QF 'U3 ' 9,6 4 - I , rm . ,,A . N Q I x . : X '6- s 1 ' Q W ag? Q. .f ,- 3+ fs: ' -R " 4 A0 1 ' ' W v '-.ai C. MONHHRN af' VHKQ Q-fr ' I BRLLENTX NE 'sm f ' xv . wwf- XS' ' ' N '-'ff f ' 7 f Xtgxlxfx r - fu Y vw- -"' ' Q52 1" X , I., -' N 1 X 3535- ' 96 lv , - ' X -7. X 'T X W 5 3 17 c,m.'rHc1uRoNE G. EDWARDS J. Mc HHLE , m E. PELLONH F-1.COMPP1GuNOk.H Q, mane-H 5. 'aw .ofa Tix - I : S :gi 1 . fx -, '::. N , , . 3' F7 ,A 5 ' Q , , "ef f ""r1:P ,U xx ---fv . , ' ' . .. X - ' Y ,?-7:1 M. coeoau. R. Hnamsow FL Faassen E. eaves R. aRwnNe.:-mm J. some KN. FETTV N I wont sit down! Miss Carolyn Patterson-Imps Sweetheart 1966 mi We should have checked this place out before we rented it Zlmvf 5 TV ine 313111 u T' Qiugnnmen . : Hwy :,, .KE i x: -xc . , A Cigars, cigarettes, birth-control pills. lmps pqrfigipqfe in Vista prgjecfl 164 R 'f r Q ,., , - :F I S323 K Av . .. ,.,,,-,.,.. M... F--. , ,..A , , ,. ,, Y . . I ' XM: ff "v--J , y 1, M7130 ' ' " " ' . "WEEE Y " 1 - - ,tm , ' .if N- WEL'-9 Kerr:-4 smuseum .Scamtar -f , .lg , . . X X 1 i Q P TGURO - CHHRLES NFIPRSTEK JHME5 F'1F.RT4N DONNIE 'GRIFFKN Vac. pr-...nde nt -Wcqsurcr President ev, 5 I 5 - H ,wmv W fx Q s -wr Cf XXX I Q. 'uri s .wa wg Q, -9 QQ? .. . - ,L Ra K SIPPLE ""' ., 1' ii I 1 J, A A . I ' 7 ff N 4 X l f X 4 ax A x X H4 4 N 4 S. 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CHRLTON Ox fv- , 1-.xv F,MO5C,f91TlEt.l.O :is V. PQLUMBO J. HPIRCUM G. FOLLIIQRD Sfuclo ofjrrufh e l.Lle.ltun FZ. RUTMQN . A , .rz '5" - ',f:,,:g.- - ' , Nxt , -54214 V ' . , -,151-5.11 flgyfl-E"':ew-f'f 1 f r ., 1 ' ' Gamma Zeta's Spring Banquet n U1 2 Greeks IMPS Homecoming Buffet V Lambda Tau and Kappa Sig participate in Intramural Fieicl Hockey PKB once, PKB twice . . . ! fsciiun Lambda Tau gives an on campus dancef we Alpha Sigma Delta Smoker Phi Alpha Pi takes a break. ZEIH 5FlY5ii wrri rnmr liilnngiihnll lj HI Sigma Phi Alpha relaxes if f 'P FWQ4' 4 - V , S -- A 1,1 ' g -H ,L 'S 3 r -4a.Z' N i,n:?"wl?1 -S ,. . 1 ir .f""5H',' n .',lf'-.SQ 141,61 ', 17 Y ,..,. . , 1. QU Q, ,3 .,:,,y - 'Aw' - il: '3.., . 1 ,, ' nf , -' '.' . i I 1 ' A :aa . l 1 1 ', '. ,' 1 . , ' -Y 1 2,-' 1-3,-1 nm'-' ',a-f-ff,-1-.:f-- :f : 1: rv. 31512, .if -f'-fa,g:Yf5ff1Qk5 42.6" ' P144 :.-tj, u',5,:'1,1 114.,-:1E-en-:-- A' lp ,,1f: f.- fmsifyfvf'iffn-:fm:film-5.31--:A-11.4. x 17. 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With outstanding team effort the Lions brought home a thrilling homecoming victory over Virginia small col- lege power, Hampden-Sydney. And in the final game of the season, the Lions went out a winner by thoroughly handcuffing high touted Elon College. The Lions were sorely inexperienced during this season, but next year sees a bevy of returning veterans and promises to be Frederick's greatest season. l75 vig' Gr g an 517' r f H 'V I r 4 ,ai 'l J 'Pb K' 'H 1 irfv ig: '? "rv -r . l l 1 4 I l' 1 N5 ,, X , if inn . Y i ' ual., , h, A qqqll L. f V H xg - 1 t X - e " ,cf "WX it R gy sg 1 0 gl f X 'xg 4' af f I ' i ' 5 J 3 P . F-pn is Y ,. Y 4-1 R -15: ' A " K pl. 1: "Q, . SS N n G A-1 H , ,-3 A " g . .-N, R x,:g.,W.33 - , A ,, 1' ,.-N- my . x -f4.f, . v, I f-x'b7'5lw X- -f Q f 'T L! I" 'X x N' N '- ,' "' , -W 1 ',.,,,-ii' , ilgx, v b 5-' ,QU 'Z' -A , .Xalan-Swf' . , Lions pre-game prayer Up for the kick-off "Snuffy" out wits the defense . . .? l 'D ,, , r -sh r f""-'IW Wg. 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Kiwis 3 fl' - V Q44 ,img aqHiw Nw,Xuxe A. ,X .R Q ..6 W'ggxR,4 xx 4, 5 m I 'Sf lvl A ski-Q QQ' sl" 3 55" ' 5 f 1 .tVK"fx'ff"5" 'K . "'- 'f fixfff- 'WAI ' Q? '-'x -R "uf bfQf"':' C " if 2 1 ' Z .. A 5 . , , I V 9 s, Y Alf N Nrgx.?g:gvg,i.,gj3: H bl ' if . But the sun is still shining . . . Here comes the thunder . . i ggilemma 4 V' N-'Q SX Ai Vv 75" 4.1 - my e "" 'M -. 5' 'Wi ' ' wie-3 .... ' 'iff M--'HN 'iff 7 ,, , , , ., . . Then lightning strikes. It's enough to make you wont to become a half beck 'Ox - , X . it Some guys get all the glory, 179 ,lxwgfggusxl Q Q , it Coach Frank Madigan closed out his coaching career with a victory against Elon. We can not think of a more fitting tribute to a man who has given so unselfishly of himself for the betterment of Frederick College. As a coach, Frank Madigan has molded men, and as a man, Frank Madigan has endeared himself in the hearts of all that know him. x 4 x "What do we do now, Coach? Now for the news, weather and sports . . 1 A 1 1 i "Hey, Logon - where's your tie?" P g af, L Q -ugh 'Y Ryan e f 2 gf' , V 11 Ve xlihwf 1 3 5 i 0 li -1 5 lg J WN New muds QSM 1957 BEIIII ff- hl, 2",,51sqv ' ' , , ..1f?1,g: f W-V l i' Ziff .V '5':' 1i:"5' "A I .pf f ' du :fi ' M E.,- 57,- L -5 ' ""' - ' 1 -f ' '. . .Xu ggi!! if--.I-Z3 .M TF If ,A ' Y '- :sf .' 3 . -3.1: I .. I + at if Q1 ' -:L ,af U ' .-5' Z.. ' -h -JL .- ' Q , . 'QW fw fmw 31A QA'X-.Mx C- 51-gf fl, f .' ...,,g,:f' Q' , 1 'W wwvh, ff . 2' Wiin . igpkiwm-W X A k 'YQ-l,9f.:j.j55 : ' EQ. ' f? ,'Q5'f- 1 . YT' 4, I r. .Q f f' P ' s f . 5 in-A V .V -I 2 , 9 ,3 A 1: ,KQ- '45 " 5"S 'x " - 1 . F5 " ,ff V . iwsi' fee 5 ' .. 2 gil- 1 Mr. Fred Patterson, 4' ' Tennis Coach I 82 , 5 Q i . -E-,5 .9- K, 1 I J fflezxm The T966 Tennis Team The i966 Frederick College Tennis Team completed its second season with several rec- ords broken. Aside from several practice matches, the team marked its first intercol- legiate victory, thus ending its losing streak and setting a record for the number of wins in one season. The final record was one win and four losses. Outstanding players for the season were Mike Cogdell, Chris Rola, Phil Bartles, Kirk Wood ,and Jim Ellis in that order at the season's end. The doubles rank- ing had Cogdell-Bartles at the number one position and Cottingham-Rolo at the number two position in the final match. Letters were received by Cogdell, Cottingham, and Bartles. One match was played on our indoor courts, a nine to zero loss against William and Mary. "i" 'Y' fi' T. Lea 4'-fr 'TT sf - . t if Mr. Patterson and Phil Bartles, an outstanding player of I966. Date 41 5166 41 5166 4123166 4127166 . 51 9166 1966 Record Opponent Location Winner Score University of Richomnd Home U. of R. I-8 Old Dominion College Home O. D. C. l-8 Davidson College Freshmen Davidson, N. C, D. 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They worked and played very hard so that they might attain a winning season. Coach Hodges has said that he "could not give the team enough praise. They deserve all the credit that they can get". The team scored a total of 2144 points with an average of 82.5 points per game. This gave the team a winning average of 62.5 per centg meaning that the Lions had awinning season this year. The Basketball Team did much better on its home court than away. Coach Hodges strongly suggests that this was due to the tremendous support of the students. .. 95 r 1 r r rr i 6 .Femme see t + 7 R.P.i. . 7 we Randolph-Macon' A. A 1. Newberry .". 69 ., ' Hawthorne Fort Bragg. R.P.l. .65- 84 High Point. College 761 Wilmington College 76 Baptist College 79 Q!-lclntico Marines Campbell College 73 6 ao Southeastern Univ. -48 Greensboro College 61 . Pembroke State 83 Campbell College 92 O.D.C. 87- Southeastern Univ. 67 R.P.l. 71 Wilmington College 72 Baptist College 68 High Point College 88 Hampden-Sydney 96 F ss. .., s . Wflll lfgr ff g"'J A . .1 I llllSK 131112 "1 'EI-Ir1',"'f:lf:.fF "xi5"f"E7v,f " 1-:f"'S'Z 1?1?:L'.r 'QSI4' YTPEYP Gfisrfl-' 3' 'E -' 3? . 4- 'fi :'i4r1Qf?.-.Z X , :J-.1-sffpf? W ' i ' , -.f.Q.Nfg3s5, 'ia is :pi 36 1 ro -.m.g.,... 'am , - --V' get .: ., F ws- :N . .xx ,cr r'...'r.i'f1 Frederick Frederick Frederick ' .ieV' i Frederick' 76f'Q'f.,.1fil Frederick Frederick ze.. Frederick Frederick .'1. 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No you don't! 192 S - .W .,.s g ' SCOYES Two more for Frederuck :ig . . -,'., - - 1 V, . 1 ' - fra mimi.. .N A ,R VH'-fm- , ' ' if fs' f "' , , X., wywwmww . , Life is cz kick in the head. They got ci few. at 1 Everyone was there! 7 rerlerirla 97 Sterling ended this dream. M, .,..wf. , x 1 .i .. - umg.1.s--A-,ww , - W . 5.-N-l-, -'f- -iw M-.V-,,X,,, ,, ,ef . 3, .. - -.. . W . I N ..:. if ' VW- ., . f .. , V 1 . ' -. ,-Nu. 1. P, 1 ' Wei.: . , , ,150-W kr va' -ff' , 2, . A ,. ff- x X,.f,, ,A , ja? ...- 3. X It wasn'Y easy. Lions get control Lions on the rampage . ,nnruf-nm: Jw N ,Q-Efgggvfffg. f 'L-5 ':kZ5,f-Qzkiiisr ., .- 2 1, x 1 . .L E1 if ,Y E ' . f ' 0 ' 1" f' ' ' f S w 35,1 Tsiwsixifrvi f' f K- 1 4 ' "W, ,,,...1V5 1,1 .IV 313' -, 9? fe-. wwf? ' X ,- f, I I' fi ,' . au' ' A, ,Q-1 51.54. 2,5 ni 5 , A-A . .-ik:,.Z.' 'X ,,n4' , wr -'11, . .55 ' Q: ,,- 4- , ' ' ' X- .- f.. 1- 5 1' V 'i . l X5 - 2' "bas, ,4 M' N V' 1 ALJ 1 - . -5 .Nm . . ',,,. Bimbo odds two! "wt I V Q 195 .- .'..i.:.u..4.. ...M , - ... ...... ...1 ... -A Elflinn Qlheerleaders Pat Nelson, Head Cheerleader, il Pat Nelsong Fran Thortong Jeanne Powellg Norma Semonesg Joan Kennedyg Mrs. Patricia Stauffer, sponsorg Elsie Dawsong Jane Husk. 196 Cheerleaders' Mascot iparh jrlquul Spirit Elsie Dawson UQ. Q-.I 4.1. of . I Q.. ai .23-Y' iffy., .,,f, .m ,. - maswg A-'ff -' .equi-,z NNN!- ,. A 4p"i,e 'RWM .Q 'f ' , , ,. - 4 ,- ,' , ,,, aw. ... 4 ., " ' x. . lv . 1 . A U-K "'N:'f' , I f Nj.. 2 .. . . "' 7'9" " vfgmrw ' "f'f1"x ", ,. X . ,. , K ,NKQ Jane Husk cheers on the football team 1 so ,, , ,Q,i'515f..i 36. - x 3 Yi? - ,ja t Q g I - ,. V , 7 'Mi' 1' H 0 .Q . Q- , 1 'Y as' ff wx' .4 4 f 1. ,171 , eb, 3 1 . .. .ml The cheerleaders ond bond owont the feom's return offer holhtime lniramural 7 uuilmll -l Z. 54,1 V Q l 1 g 1 l i .. l l l l i l l Crocker Hall Champions 1966-1967. Vince Blasco, Robert Yowell, Mickey LaGarde, Jim Martin, Cliff Brown, Greg LaVigne, Richard l Luurtsema, Fred Moscatiello, Kneeling: Doug Hemmings, Morris Wells, Henry Billups, Eddy DiSteffono, Bruce Blatz. Not pictured: X Tyrus Woodard, Jock Higgins. Bain on the offense. Crocker on the move, 198 If f Qllniramural 7 ielrl uclzeg xx fo NN X ,Qb Gamma Zeta and Kappa Sig battle it out twig Arlene plans the strategy. X gif' ff Do you always put pumpkins on your knees? The Mafia NN Y, A, -, 5:5 xr 'fm 2 I MY fswfrw-mil af! H -x ,. sm n - ...M .sw , ., ,pk gigs -X- X. ,T .,. 1 ,X 11 I I, X M V 4 1, X.X- -X X -, 1 Qgig-.ygnfQs,X1E,,ff!g'h,rS'?,iy!ib'Xf4rX-411215.1Xf.,q7,!.X,-13? h.,.'v:v' I ' ' ' ' ' X, XA'- 4 X 93. A 1. 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Frederick College has really felt the effect of the Juniors this year for they have established themselves as leaders and workers in various organizations on cam- pus. Junior Class Officers Marion Wise, Presidentg Dennis Kozloski, Vice Presidentp Margaret Armistead, Treasurerg Ar Iene Kitchen, Secretary , Q i , 311119 . 'fiiiikii as '-,s:,I'Qr."vigt1.,"'f2p'i.,JXgf1'Q?1'' A , '4.'l.?AiTf.Gif3--'Ilg.'.,w5-pf: ' Y: ,-ff-. 191.3-QL' -.':,k...' ' . 'iw1f'qt'w---fvvx.:-1,..: . 'Q U, ,.,:x Joseph Bew Judith Blankenship Vincent Blasco Bruce Blatz Sandy Blick Philip Booth Steve Borich Rick Bowers .mr if--,n mm, .. ' Sandy Armstrong Helen Ashton Hank Beuke i 203 Ali Abed Robert Adams Lee Armistead Margaret Armistead if 'L ' Sharon Bray Ed Browder X 'tix wifi , J Q W xi ex. as sg f Cliff Brown Dixon Brown - 'Rr'-wsffj Ronald Collins Maureen Crispen Doris Brown Thomas Bryan Michael Buchko Q..-.P Susan Burgess 'itrrr Larry Burstyn Michael Cogdell The photographers at Frederick never give up. Christine Davis Patricia Elkey ,AMAA 25, Sharon Easty Richard Evans 'Qznv Edward Fellona William Fetty Eugene Folliard iv .js- Y.. Fred Eversole John Ford Michael Fox Betty Geiger .figk X He's everywhereg he's everywhere! Joseph Gibbons Ti FS.. Greg Gladden Sandy Foster Fred French Thomas Garrett Barbara Gore .M Robert Garner William Gavin Marion Grigg ' ' Climbing the wall? Ralph Harrison Steve Hqsner Ross Hearn Guy Hickey 206 Fenton Hord Linda Hudgins Virginia Hudzino Mary Hunt Fran Jannetti Ann Johnson Richard Johnson Louis Justis Allan Keeter Becky Keith l r l l l i l 4 Ronald Keller Marilyn Kooz Jeanne Kelley .I , ,A 5- ll -x I Barbara Kesler Dennis Kozlowski Michael LaGarde R 33 SL. Q:-r Q : ,,i 1 Arlene Kitchen Robert Kitz ine Robert London Richard Luurtsema G-3, Jerry Marsh Paul Matthews Jim Matusiak Dee Dee McAllister Ivan Mehosky 207 Gladys Miolik ' JL Linda Mihelic Carl Moser Harold Mullins Fred Moscatiello Gary Norby John Owings Glenn Palmer Carolyn Patterson Allan Pearce George Phillip N- Richard Parker Jeanne Powell '34 . 434. N ' .. sv -Q X N 1:-' Betty Parrish Thomas Pryor -:N Jeanne Neff 'iff La rry Pa rsons David Readyhough 1 2' -vv W V I I N n L ,p-X Lorry Riggs Bob Rutmon Evelyn Sheo Noncy Smith Jornes Sterling John Sumner Allan Torkenton John Temple Paul Toms Carl Tull Robert Tyson Douglas Varner George Vega Teresa Wadner Melvin Walker Joan Ward Pat Ward Edward Watkins Delores Wilson Marion Wise Tyrus Woodard 2ll Supltumnre 0112155 The Sophomore class returned to campus with more confidence than in l965. After a year of cam- pus life, they were prepared to en- joy another year at Frederick. As most Sophomores, they show the air of bliss and contentment. Through the leadership of faculty and administrators, they will ad- vance from this state to a state of true confidence and of knowledge. 212 Larry Short, President, Finley Jones, Treasurer Dan Roberts, Vice-President '-:Q V7 w., Jeff Aberle Manfred Alligood Judy Anderson Tommy Anderson David Angelico l Alvina Arehart Lynn Baker Barbara Bass Carol Bast John Blelloch Passed out again! 1 Rick Brittinglwom Rondoll Brooks Helene Buckles Stuart Bullock Ann Byrd Peggy Collen Byron Cormeon Donald Corroll Ted Bonk Jock Boone Borbo ro Boyd H ugh B rody The Singing Nun? 'Xtra' - 1 214 l l '53 .1-f". X . .. -'55 A, x. is-. el -Tai" it N Syd Carroll Charles Cary John Colegrove , H wr Dawn Chrustman Jim Cole I as-gf' QT AN John Coscia gk it Qirx I XM William Compton ' .QAN N Richard Conway x S S Andy Crew Warren Covington William Cox Camille Crofton 215 -uns QBW-A Two, Cha! Cho! Cha! 1' I 216 X Lisa Dadiani X Elsie Dawson John Daughtry Wayne Dewey Edmund Di Stefano Oswald Drummond Linda Dukovich Gerald Early Gary Elmore Frank Enlish Ellen Eppinetfe Paul Falconero K-1 ix sm. j Virginia Fiocca Joan Goodrich DYZTSR ' I , -:Ji Michael Flaherty Catherine Folsom 5. I ., r l X J is Thomas Graves Sylvia Grizzard Judy Halstead Nancy Hart Dulce Hernandez Horace Higgins 217 Penny Forehand ,sf- " 1 .3 H IF! Imelda Hall Gaines Hensley James Hines sp... Robert Gibble -1 ' .- we--v E -cn., l 1 J 2 5 ? 3- l N Joseph Hall , "gn, '-is Jone Husk Ted Jockson ' A Jim Hodges George Jenkins Bill Jones qw Thomas Holt All Mory Hundley Terry Hunsucker Roberto Jones Betty Justice Ted Kornezis Bill Keeling 218 Q Lf 'Q-1" Corol Kegley Mike Knowles Wolter Knuckles Peggy Kresovich Joseph Londin 1 Joon Kennedy if Warren Kung Glenn T. Knight Robert Longer Anthony Lone ,fa-5, ' 219 tsl Sewers-4955 Independent Study. Larry Lumsden Beverly Lutz F45 QSM' 153' Don McPherson Charles Mills MW Vs..-1 Peter Ma rtm Ken McCracken Cherryl Mitchem Harry Montgomery Michael Moran Gail Morton Linda Muse Joseph Nappa 220 wg... X , .3 X . ii i ls in uf I '!E'..L" 'hw-,Y l l Andrea Nelson Jim Nelson l l 4 i i l l if W-:ff Q Pot O'Reogon Y' Joseph Petrie Jerry Peveroll Robert Phillips .-r -qu . . . and Mr. Burden did it with his own Erector Set. I 42 Carol Poce Q.- S, ' if Lorry Pitts 'TNQ Virgil Polurnbo Poul Pottgen is Charles Powell Brendo Radford Sonford Reveley 221 William Sachs Ronnie Richards Betty Richardson Richard Sailey Ken Richardson Dan Roberts Charles Sanfilippo David Roberts Terry Roberts Joseph Sayblack Vitold Rola Dennis Russell 222 It's been done before .. 5 ,.-. 0 dwg. sk ,E QS K 'Q Q' 'L 7.1 -M. .,....w.. : 5-11- 'Vlvxp R yi? iz , If Larry Stiefel Paul Sturgill Robert Taylor John Thompson Carroll Turner Susan Turner Janey Vaughn Richard Vincent 'QT"'x' 4927 Robert Sunday Gerald Sviatko Paul Tauro Fran Thorton Dennis Toci Norma Lee Tompkins .... l A On the boat to Happydole! ' 224 Where's the happy hour? Rita Wagner Marcia Weaver Larry Williard Dwight Young tv ax Ronald Watkins James Wells Danny Willis Barry Zachary Morris Wells Peter Wilson Gary Wermick Ca rol Wood roof Ronnie West Deborah Wright if Aff' 225 'kos l 7 res man 0112155 'nik 1. Thor Freshman look! -+5 X . 1. y"I9:5ki, 5?-255653 N555 - 4, s V:-K-:'1-X-x-is X,.-3:1535 ,v fa . 2- :,1.,:-y. -.q,:rg53g5.-- V5 .si -s N 1355 'Qygf w '-J-rgg, Q iw YJ-ixiiizav -:vfgz-.sew fi 5 Q Rag, , X, rx2iq.,R23-1w+fT:I'vfQici:-'f Qmxxg . . , X N, X . . X vx Q-saw ,Q is I sf-gig , A f X 1 SX X :..,,,.S X X ,X X A fl -isfsxcis -X X 93 i iQxiEQrlv'W , 'QS'-vis K ' X-TH at xii: rm. i.,x,ssf:NgsNiw -A lg -s Wmwwaxv mx NN X X . My ...ima mm X M rw v :f-lf X-.-.wg sw eq X-mfgwswx X xr-,l,qw,x.X 'QW QSNQ-5 N. NN-mrkffrkv It-mxms.ANR K -aw-,gwvxxsx , .1 X ,, xx, xxx.-.-fsww. :-mess: . Freshmen Class Officers: Bob Gebron, Tres.g Tono ' P Sec't.g Richard Pusey, V. Pres., Walt Ewell, res. 226 Lone Tom Bailey Ann Allman Leroy Almarode Mike Almeida Betty Andrews Barry Apple Allen Applewhite Gail Beck Susan Berger 227 l f as 44 .yi . is.. -Y Walter Burnham ira- QW? Mark Berryman Randy Boone Sammy Bush William Boyce Wayne Braswell James Butler Wayne Butler Gerry Braun Wendy Brown Vicki Brundt Alicia Bryan John Buono Bolton Bunting 228 1 X Robert Chapman Mary Cleary 'rv Sheryl Cooke Mana Covington Carolyn Coyle Edwin Colvin Ed Conner -1+ .2.f- "fun-4-vw - L, U r M ' ' ' .3-in - f---f'-sqSlr-u-- ...M "Ashes to Ashes, Dust to Dust . . ." 'Q""f7 Arnita Dapsausku Harry Daniel Vincent Daniels Rex Davis 'lt-zu 229 X arf' N Sharon Dellinger Gnd in fl'1lS COFHSI' . . . Carolyn Dewberry 'QR 'hp-M., Dennis Dexter Donald Dickerson Larry DiFabio Mitchell Denton Pete De Wolf Paul Dmicola "I" Steven Doritz ...u-N' Bettie Downey Den Drugash 230 -1. 5 5-I Barbara Dytnergkr Charles Edmonson, Jr. Wayne Ellerson Nga fl IR' Qu... Ed Ellington Steve Ellis Thomas Engel Walter Ewell George Fa rush Gmny Farnworth In Teddy Feazell Prudence Fels Frank Fesnnak Stephen Fogelgren 231 John Freeman John Fuquay E--nv 1 Jim Fleming Dewey Floyd Alice Gallina Patricia Gardner Robert Gebron Granville Hudson James Ford Ed Foster Russell Greene Stephen Guinn 232 Danny Hand Richard Harris 'QQ Kathleen Gum John Hague Deene Hall Claudia Hamilton Nathaniel Harrison Darlene Hastings James Hawkins Michael Head 'ilu- QN- '15 --Qs,-2. V Y..-,J4-- - V 1 vis- :TQ , ,x, . X ....n Penelope Hedge Christine Hendrix Paul Henry Hal Hern Vernon Hill Frank Holick Janice Holmes Ronald Hooper William Horsley Cheryl Howard A' ' as 3,110 I K 11 1 .1 4.1 J 1 Q x Let the expressions speak for themselves. VI if 234 Keene Pot Keoveny :SF -5 ' lex.- ig 'X Q 9 The newest thing in recruiting. John Kolste Lynn Kravitz Bonnie Lone Lindo Louboch Jerry Lavenstein Greg LaVigne Tim Keister Roy Kendall Martha Kimball Michael Kohler ond now let us praise famous men 236 Virginia Lawson William Lee Lee Lewis Home Loan Pete Logan Sandy Lugar Ralph Lyons Barbara Magelof 237 Ma ri Iyn Ma roney Margaret Martin Rosemary Marvin William Mason 238 John Mercer Marvin Mewborn Frederick Meyers Eleanor Milne Carolyn Miltier Linda Mitchell William Moody l QS. -53:47 f .aaa E... YZ' ian-N. Tim Mote George Nazarovitch Ellen Newcomb Thomas Nixon A lx, we--N Martha O Briant Jim O'Leary 239 Larry Owens 3-Wa" .5 A ,V Mug -5 gf- - ES. E Michael Palena Ed Patterson Bruce Pawson Adele Pilkington 1382? 136 fy f - 4-Av , JIM! 232' Bob Pingley Sheryl Pittenger Martha Pope Tommy Prince mix ' fi' .A X vs 9 ' "Hx Harry Pusey "My name ees . . 4 Paul Quel Joseph Quig James Ramey James Redecker Myra Reeves Willard Reid Davld Rellly Neil Richter Barry Robertson Stephen Rochelle Forest Rockett Ronald Rorle 241 Ylffl PM ICQ Q,--ng. Gloria Routten Virginia Schulherr Christine Shaw kfly i' as l' Bill Sanderson Q""1 " Robin Rumph Tom Sentz Sandra Shaw Mike Shelby Y gh, if -. if V - , , . KT, A' is- VA I HJ l Chris Sherard 242 Ronald Shifflit Esther Simpson Judy Sims 'lion-1 'EYES' .um W., ,, I Agnes Skutka Bill Smith Craig Smith Kathryn Smith Q , 'VK .Ars SSN ,af f '13 I Scott Smith Walter Smith Wayne Smith David Smythe Robert Solly Paulette Spindle Dale Sprinkle Robert Starr Sandra Stauffer Norma Stephenson Clara Sterling Linda Stewart Q...-I ttf ,A T7 X mm... 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Jerome Talley Mike Taylor Patty Taylor William Tenbusch Michael Tierney Jimi Thomas Carter Thompson June Tignor William Torbert 45- y Stephen Unthonk Mo ry Travers Roger Touhey Lindo Williams Cheryl Willis Cecil Willis Wilfred Wilson Cephos Witt Robert Yowell Mory Zepp Katherine Worrell Ann Welch 245 A Academics Divider 12, 13 Academy ot Science and Mathematics 131 Alpha Phi Omega 132, 133 Alpha Sigma Delta 160, 161 Amphytryon 92, 93 Art 19,19 Band 11 1-1 15 Baptist Student Union 40 Basketball 184-195 Big Sisters 130 Bloodmobile 75 Board of Trustees 6, 7 Business 20 C Canterbury Club 142 Bar Bash 87 Car Rodeo 88, 89 Cheerleaders 196,197 Chest X-Rays 99 Chess Club 134 Chorus 116,117 Christian Student Union 139 Christmas 82-86 Circle K 131 Classes Divider 200, 201 Concert Band 112 Concert Series 96, 97 Contents 3 D Dances 80, 81 Dean of College 9 Dean's List 22-25 Dean of Men 11 Dean of Women 11 Dedication 4, 5 Director of Admissions 10 Driftwood 120-125 E E. K. Club 142 upiwl Cfilnrlex Ensembles 113,119 F Faculty Divider 27 Features Divider 56, 57 Football 170-181 Forward Forward 2 Freshman Class 222-245 G Gamma Zeta 148, 149 Graduate Record Examx 62 Graduation 60, 61 Greek Divider 144, 145 Greek Week 70-74 H Halloween 68, 69 History and Political Science Homecoming 63-67 I lMP'S 164,165 lnterfraternity Council 146 Intramurals 198,199 K Kappa Sigma Phi 150, 151 L Soc Lambda Tau Omega 152, 153 Language Labs 19 Library 14,15 M Mailroom 95 Majorettes 1 15 Marching Band 115 Memoriam 1 1 1 Merrimac 126, 127 Methodist Student Movement N Neuman Club 141 246 iety 141 0 Organizations Divider 104, 105 P Pan-Hellenic Council 147 Pep Rallies 76, 77 Phi Alpha Pi 154, 155 Phi Kappa Beta 156, 157 Phi Mu Kappa 118 Photography Staff 128, 129 Pool Room 95 President of College 8 R Registrar 10 Religious Divider 136, 137 Religious Emphasis Week 138, 139 S Science Labs 16, 17, 18 Seasons 102, 103 Security 110 Senior Divider 40, 41 Senior-Freshmen Pictures 100, 101 Sigma Delta Phi 135 Sigma Phi Alpha 162, 163 Sports Divider 168, 169 Staff 38, 39 Student Government Association 106-109 Student of the Month Awards 90, 91 Student Virginia Education Association 119 T Tau Sigma Chi 158, 159 Tennis Team 182, 183 Title Page 1 W Westminister Fellowship 140 Y Yo-Yo Contest 94 153, 199, 204 A Abed, All Jalal 94, 134, 167, 203 Aberle, Jeffrey B. 213 Abernathy, Brenda Jean Adams, Marilyn Ann 42, 101, 151 Adams, Robert Charles 25, 125, 126, 127, 133, 142, 203 Addams, John 110 Alligood, Manfred D., Jr. 213 Allison, George David 42 Allman, Gloria Ann 227 Almarode, L. Harvey 227 Almeida, Michael Anthony 176, 181, 226 Amon, John James 42 Anderson, Judith Ann 25, 149, 213 Anderson, Thomas N., Jr. Andrews, Betty R.-227 Angelica, David Frank 213 Apple, Barry A. 227 Applewhite, Lloyd A. 227 Arehart, Alvina Anita 130, 149, 213 Armistead, Lee B. 203 Armistead, Margaret A. 122, 130, 152, 153, 166, 202, 203 Armstrong, Sandra Faye 150, 151, 203 Asble, Alex W. Ashton, Helen G. 150, 151, 203 Askew, Laura 151 Aukamp, A. Guenter 11O,172, 122, 160,213 Bailey, Thomas Everett 227 Bair, Peter Andrew Baker, David W. Baker, Lynn Woodrow 157, 213 Baker, William Lee 43, 157 Ballentine, William Thomas 85, 163 Barr, Ronald T. 181 Bartles, Phil Wayne 43, 107, 133, 162, 183 Bass, Barbara Gail 213 Bast, Carol Ann 213 Bazemore, Sondra Werschell 43, 63, 64, 65,101,147,150, 151 Beard, Richard D. 170 Beasley, Coy M. Beck, Gail 227 Berger, Susan 227 Bernstein, Paul Sheldon 43, 74, 158, 159 Berryman, Mark 228 Beuke, Henry Albert 146, 158, 159, 203 Bew, Joseph Ernest 171, 203 Billups, Henry Otis 43, 198 Blankenship, Judith Lynn 122, 130, 152, 153, 167, 203 Blasco, Vincent G. 95, 124, 198, 203 Blatz, Bruce Edward 135, 198, 203 Blelloch, John William 133, 142, 213 Blick, Sandra Faye 122, 203 Bank, Theodore 92 Bonner, Robert Alston Boone, Bernard Randolph 228 Boone, Jack Lee 163, 170, 173, 176, 178, 179 Booth, Philip Wayne 25, 72, 156, 157, 166, 203 Borich, Steve Charles, Jr. 158, 159, 203 Bouchard, Roger D. 158, 159, 170, 173, 177, 178, 179 Bowers, Charles Richard, Jr. 203 Bowman, Doran A. Boyce, Willaim Lee 228 Cillndiitirluzxl Qlnclizx Boyd, Barbara Sue 130, 153 Boyle, Brian Raymond 134, 141, 157 Brady, Hugh E., Jr. Brandt, Vici M. Braswell, Charles W. 228 Brault, Donald John 228 Braun, Gerry Cole 228 Bray, Sharon Evans 130, 150, 151, 204 Bresnahan, Theresa L. Brittingham, Richard Savaga 163 Brittle, James Randolph Britton, Fred 35, 171 Brooks, Randall Sanford 155, 170 Browder, Edward R. 73, 74, 158, 159, 170 173, 176, 204 1 Brown, Brown, Clifford Lee 198, 204 Constance Louise 23, 162 Brown, Dixon G. 118, 204 Brown, Doris Lynn 125, 130, 204 Brown, Jacquie 122 Brown, Wendy Kathleen 228 Bryan, Bryan, Alicia D. 228 Thomas Hastings 161, 204 Buchanan, Philip 161 Buchko, Buckles Michael Scott 204 Helene Marie 23, 24 BUllOCli: slum wma 155 Bulman Bunting Buono, , Walace Reid 43, 165 , Bolton M. 228 John R. 228 Burgess, Susan Elizabeth 204 Burnham, Walter V. 228 Burstyn, Larry Joe 134, 204 Bush, Samuel E. 228 Butler, James M. 228 Butler, Wayne A. 228 Byrd, Ann Elizabeth 130, 141, 152, 166 Byrd, Basil H. 94 C Callen, Peggy Ann 147, 152, 153 Caltagirone, Thomas Richard 22, 24, 44, 100, 106, 107, 109, 126, 133, 134, 141, 163 Carlton, William Henry 165 Carman, R. Byron 23 Carroll, Donald S., Jr. 157 Carroll, Ray S., Jr, 95, 133 Carter, Robert Earl 95, 121, 133, 142 Cary, Charles W. 157 Chamberlin, Mary Jo 18, 22, 24, 44, 148, 149 Chapman, Robert 229 Chrisman, Dawn M. 152, 153 Christopher, Roger L. 94 Clark, Linda Claxton, John R. Cleary, Mary E. 229 Cleaves, Richard B. 44, 157 Cline, Allan Rhoades Cogdell, Michael George 163, 183, 204 Colby, Alfred Wright 94 Cole, James Manning 164, 155 Colegrove, Loren John Coleman, Carl D. Collins, Collins, Colvin, Comer Donald Harold 159 Ronald Frederick 158, 183, 204 Claude E. 229 Michael A. comefiofd, Richard Maclmel 44, 141, 157 Compagnola, Arthur A. 163 Compton, William Rogers 161 Condino, Madeline Rose 44, 101, 119, 130, 142, 148, 149 Conner, Clarence E., Jr. 229 247 Cooke, Sheryl 229 Conway, Richard S. Corbell, Claudia Ann 44, 95, 119 Corbott, Leona Roberta 153, 167 Coscia, John Michael Counts, Nancy Lucetta 22 Covington, Leverne Warren Covington, Mana G. 229 Cox, William Dale Coyle, Carolyn L. 229 Cral, James Crandall, Alan 163 Crew, Andrew Ellis Crispen, Maureen Karen 122, 148, 149, Crist, Claude 17, 18 Crofton, Camille Borden 149 Cummerford, Dick 134 130, 145, 148, D Dadiani, John 45, 162 Dadiani, Lisa 150, 216 Daniel, Harry Van 170, 229 Daniels, Vincent C., Jr. 229 Dapsauski, Anita D. 229 Daughtry, John Malcolm, Jr, 188, 216 Davis, Christine Allen 130, 204 Davis, Rex A. 229 Davis, Seven Dewey Dawson, Elsie Marie 196, 197, 216 Dean, William Edwin Dellinger, Sharon Lee 230 Denton, Michael H. 170, 230 Dewberry, Carolyn H. 230 Dewey, Ernest Wayne 216 DeWolt, Peter Robert 230 Dexter, Dennis A. 230 Dickerson, Donald F. 230 DiFabio, Lawrence N, 230 DiNicala, Paul L. 230 D1Stefano, Edmund Joseph 198, 216 Dixon, John Faulkner 45 Dobbins, John Patrick, Jr. 45, 134 Doran, Edward Patrick Doremus, Mary Ann 119, 141 Doritz, Steven 230 Doughty, Jerry Nelson 45, 134, 141 Douty, Stephen P. Downey, Bettie E, 230 Draughan, Donnie William, Jr, 71 Drugash, Otho D. 230 Drummond, Oswald George 155, 216 Dryden, Patricia Ann 22, 24, 45, 122, 141 Dubin, Evan Eugene Dudley, Hilman Jackson, Jr. 142 Dukovich, Linda Sue 151 216 Duncan, George Albert 170, 173, 174, 176, 177 Duvall, Dallas Andrew Dytnerski, Barbara Ann 231 Early, Gerald Clinton 159, 216 Eason, Michael H. 134 Eason, Raymond Oliver, Jr. 23, 25, 157 Easty, Sharon Helen 148, 149, 204 Eaves, Edward Carson 162, 163 Edmondson, Charles Edward, Jr. 231 Edwards, Douglas W. Jr. 170, 171, 181 Edwards, Grey H., Jr. 133, 163, 166 Elkey, Patricia Lynn 18, 150, 151, 160, 204 Ellersan, Wayne 231 Ellington, Edward 231 Ellis, Benjamin S. 231 Elmore, Gary Edward 122, 216 Engel, Thomas 231 English, Frank Edward, Jr. 119, 141, 155, 216 Eppinette, Edythe Ellen 130, 216 Evans, Richard Maddox 160, 161, 204 Eversole, Fred Larry 205 Ewell, Walter Jones 58, 231, 226 Falconiero, Paul Ronald 146, 157, 188 189, 192, 195, 216 Farish, George 231 Farnworth, Virginia 231 Feazell, Teddy V. 231 Fellona, Edward James 146, 163, 205 Fels, Prudie 231 Ferradaz, Norberto 154, 155 Ferrara, William Fesniak, William K. 231 Fetty, William Edward 163, 205 Fines, Robert Evans 25, 155 Fiocca, Virginia Theresa 217 Fitzgerald, John Anderson, Ill 126, 127 Fitzgibbons, Linda Jean Flaherty, Michael Elroy 217 Flanagan, James G. 101, 118, 161 Flanagan, William Edward, Jr. 97 Fleming, James 232 Floyd, Dewey Coleman 232 Flynn, Bernard King 110, 134, 161 Flynn, Neil Francis 141 Flythe, Richard Turner, Jr. 146, 162, 166, 167, 170,174, 181 Fogelgren, John Robert 158, 159 Fogelgren, Stephen W. 231 Folliard, Eugene Jr. 165, 205 Folsom, Martha Catherine 217 Ford, James Alfred 118, 232 Ford, John Robert 133, 187, 205 Forehand, Penelope Jill 217 Foster, Edward M., Jr. 232 Foster, Frances Diane Foster, Sandra Elaine 205 Fox, Frederick Michael 159, 205 Freeman, Michael 232 French, Frederick Harold Jr. 160, 161, 188, 190, 192, 193, 195, 205 Fuquay, John V. 232 G Gallian, Alicia J. 232 Gantt, Frances Gay 22 Garber, 170, Ned Eugene 72, 90, 158, 159, 172, 173, 174, 175, 178, 179 Gardner, Daniel H. 154, 155 Gardner, Patricia 122, 232 Ga rner, Garrett, Garrett, Garrett, Robert Sharpe 135, 205 Gilmer B. 134, 141, 157 Hazel Joan 22, 24, 142 Thomas Edward 157, 205 Garnett, William Julian, Jr. 22 Gavin, William Michael 205 Gebron, Robert P. 226, 232 Geiger, Betty Lee 130, 148, 149, 199, 205 Geiger, Eric P. Gerloft, Margaret L. Gibble, Robert L. 217 Gibbons, Joseph William 205 Gibson, Dean Vivian L. 86, 130, 147 Gillmore, John 110 Gladden, Gregory S. 205 Gladstone, Thomas Robert 84, 165 Glass, Albert K. 48, 134, 156, 157 Godwin, Curtis S. 48, 101, 160, 161 Goodrich, Joan Marie 217 Goodwin, Jo-Anne Penelope 48, 72, 100, 142, 148, 149, 199, 204 Gootee, Bonita Claire 23 Gordon, Brenda Joyce Gore, Barbara Lee 40, 82, 87, 132, 133, 205 Granville, Hudson 232 Grant, Lloyd Michael 48, 97, 118, 159 Graves, Thomas M., Jr. 155, 217 Greene, Russell I. 232 Grier, Charles W. Griffin, Don M. 48, 165 Grigg, Marion Lee 74, 160, 161 Grissom, Thomas F. Grizzard, Sylvia Rose 141, 217 Guffey, Beverly Marie 22, 48, 65, 119, 141 Guinn, Stephen 232 Gum, Kathleen Ann 233 H Hague, John W. 233 Haley, David T. Hall, Darwin Edward Jr. Hall, Deene L. 233 Hall, Imelda 217 Hall, Joseph Richard 134, 155, 217 Halstead, Judy C. 150, 151, 217 Hamilton, Claudia 233 Hammond, Jesse A. Hand, Daniel L, 233 Harcum, James Linwood 110, 146,165,166 Hare, Gene R. 172, 177, 180 Hare, Ronald R. 170, 176 Harlow, Stuart James 49, 146, 165 Harol, Mary M. Harrell, O. Riddick, Jr. 170, 172, 173, 174, 177, 181 Harris, Richard T. 233 Harrison, Nathaniel W. 233 Harrison, Ralph Harry 163, 206 Hart, Nancy Lee 217 Hastings, Darlene Kaye 233 Hasner, Steven Mark 170, 172, 174, 175, 206 Hawkins, James W. 233 Head, Lon H. 233 Headley, Richard Allen 49, 110, 142 Hearn, Harold C. 206 Hearn, Ross M. 161 Hedge, Penelope J. 234 Helmbold, Dr. Andrew K. 142 48, 70, 94, Hemmings, Warren Douglas 49, 133, 198 Hendrix, Catherine 234 Henry, Paul D. 234 Hensley, Gaines Richard 217 Hern, Hal 234 Hernandez, Dulce Maria 217 Hickey, Edmund Ferris 111, 161, 206 210 Higgins, Horace Rogers 217 Higgins, Jack W. Hill, Valerie 49, 101, 130, 150, 151 Hill, Vernon G. 234 Hines, Jameis O. 159, 217 Hodges, James Ryan 94, 157, 218 Hodges, Neil H. 49, 100, 160, 161, 205 Hodges, Robert F. 35, 188, 191, 193 Hoffman, Anne Holick, Frank E. 234 Holmes, Janice L. 234 Holsinge, Betty 49, 90, 91, 101, 130, 152, 153 Holt, Thomas Edwin Jr. 218 Holton, William Weinman 156, 157 Holt, Mr. Samuel M. 34 Hooper, Ronald L. 234 248 Hopkins, Patricia Ann Hard, Fenton N. 160, 161, 206 Horner, Susan Lynne Horslay, William P., Jr. 141, 234 Howard, Cheryl A. 234 Howard, Harold E. Howell, Mr. J. W. 133 Howell, Nancy J. 235 Howell, Sue Ellen 149 Howland, William Harry Jr. Hoyle, Joe 235 Hubbard, Edward Lewis 22 Hudgins, Linda B. 23, 130, 147, 149, 206 Hudzina, Virginia Kaye 206 Hulbert, Dean Ellerd 9 Humphrey, David Ralph 49, 165 Hundley, Mary L. 218 Hunsucker, Terry Lee 218 Hunt, Mary Wren 130, 206 Hurley, Diana L. 235 Husk, Jane Morgan 23, 130, 145, 152 6 197 153, 19 , , 218 Hutten, Henry 165 J Jackson, Linda D. 235 Jackson, Ted Hart 218 Jacobs, Martha Jannetti, Francis Anthony 206 Jasper, Thomas Dean 188, 189, 235 Jenkins, George Robert 218 Jerozal, Gregory 134, Johnson, Ann Middleton 151, 206 Johnson, Edward T. 159, 170, 181 Johnson, Linda 235 Johnson, Richard R. 133, 206 Jones, Lana Jones, Roberta F. 130, 166, 212, 218 Jones, William Alden, Jr. 133, 218 Justis Betty Jean 218 Justis, Louis Charles 110, 134, 206 K Karnezis, Theodore Alister 218 Karnezis, Art Keating, James Philip 235 Keaveny, Pat, 235 Keeling, Bruce William 218 Keene, Robert 235 Keepler, John Edward 22 Keeter, Allen H. 206 Kegley, Carol Dawn 219 Keister, Timothy R. 236 Keith, Rebecca A. 118, 149, 206 Keller, Ronald R. 146, 154, 155, 207 Kelley, Jeanne 121, 122, 130, 152, 153, 207 Kendall, Roy Wayne 170, 236 Kennedy, Joan Eve 153, 196, 197, 219 Kesler, Barbara Lee 130, 207 Kestner, Garnett Thomas 50, 120, 171 Kim, Chung Ja Kinball, Martha Blair 236 King, Hollace King, Warren Dallas 219 Kitchen, Arlene M. 71, 122, 130, 148, 149, 199, 202, 207 Kitz, Robert Walker 207 Knight, Glenn Thomas Ill 219 Knott, Frank M. 133, 146, 154, 155 Knowless, Charles Michael 155, 219 Koelsch, Joyce Carol 50 Kogan, Deborah I. Kohler, Michael John 236 Kolste, John E. 236 Kooz, Marilyn 207 Kozlowski, Dennis Sogmund 122, 167, 170, 172, 173, 176, 177, 190, 202, 207 Kravitz, Lynn E. 236 Kreger, Allen Victor Kreger, Diana Elaine 50, 64, 74, 130, 152, 153 Kresovich, Margaret Ann 25, 122, 130, 219 L LaGarde, Michael John 198, 207 Landin, Joseph Clifton 219 Lane, Bonnie L. 236 Lane, Tana 64, 226 Langer, Robert Charles 219 Langston, Anita Paige Laubach, Linda Kristine 236 Lauglin, Jane Elizabeth 50, 100, 119 Rickett, Beverly Lavenstein, Jerry L., Jr. 236 LaVigne, Greg F. 198, 236 Lawson, Virginia M. 237 Layne, Anthony Tredway 159, 219 Lee, William R. 237 Lemons, James Lewis, Lee G. 237 Lewter, James William 50, 188 Lipscomb, Kenneth Austin 50, 97, 118 Little, David K. 92 Loan, Homer 170, 174, 175, 181, 237 Loder, Kenneth Logan, Pete 170, 175, 181, 237 London, Robert Franklin 207 Lugar, Sandra Joan 237 Lumsden, Larry M. 165, 220 Lutz, Beverly Leigh 220 Luurtsema, Richard Thomas 65, 135, 161, 198, 207 Lyons, Ralph Larry 237 M McAllister, Nancy Diane 95, 123, 127, 129, 130, 134, 142, 148, 149, 207 McCauley, Vernon W. 238 McClain, John R. Jr. McClanahan, Judy A. McClaud, John E. 170 McCollum, Greene W. 51, 56, 64, 101, 106, 107, 109, 133, 157, 194 McCracken, Kenneth Quinn 157, 220 McDowell, Jo Ellen McFarland, Robert A. 238 McGinn, Kevin E. McHale, John Thomas 51, 162, 163, 166 McKee, Thomas Michael 238 McMahon, Beverly K. 141, 238 McPherson, John Donald 146, 161, 220 Magelof, Barbara 58, 64, 237 Maher, Mark Charles 237 Maitland, Geroge 237 Makarski, Robert L. 237 Marable, Susan A. 237 Maroney, Marilyn 238 Marsh, Jerome Walter, Jr. 46, 163, 207 Marshall, Bertram C. 51 Marshall, John Henry, Jr. Martin, Jim Charles 51, 198 Martin, Margaret J. 238 Martin, Peter Newman 133, 165, 220 Marvin Judith Marvin, Rosemary T. 238 Mason, Michael Bruce 51, 133, 142 Mason, William R. Ill 238 Mastanuono, Ann 92, 238 Matthews, Daniel L. lll 238 Matthews, Nick John 64, 146, 156, 157, 166 Matthews, Paul Raymond 157, 207 Matusiak, James Lee 148, 159, 170, 176, 194, 207 Moxey, Wilburn Dwight 51, 165 Mehosky, Ivan 158, 159, 207 Menke, John 238 Mercer, Charles D. 238 Mercer, Geroge Richard 51 Mercer, John L. 239 Metcalfe, Stephen Lee Mewborn, Marvin B., Jr. 239 Meyers, Frederick J. 239 Mialik, Gladys A. 130, 150, 151, 207 Middlekauf, Darlene L. 151 Mihelic, Linda Gail 84, 208 Miller, Phyllis Virginia 74 Miller, R. 162, 163 Miller, Mrs. R. 162 Mills, Charles Douglas, Jr. 220 Milne, Eleanor F. 239 Miltier, Carolyn A. 239 Mitchell, Clinton Edward 24, 50, 107, 109 Mitchell, Linda L. 122, 239 Mitchell, William P. 170 Mitchem, Cheryl E. 220 Monahan, Francis Marion, Jr. 183 Monell, Robert Pawson, Jr. Montgomery, Harry Eugene, Jr. 220 Moody, William Richard 239 Moran, Michael George 94, 220 Morgan, Ellen J. Morton, Gail L. 25, 152, 153, 167, 220 Moscatiello, Alfred Louis 165, 198, 220 Moser, Carl Gilmore, ll 208 Mote, Tim 170, 176, 239 Mullins, Harold Lee 208 Muse, Linda Diane 119, 141, 220 N Nappo, Joseph Charles 220 Naprstek, Herbert Charles, Jr. 52, 165 Nazarovich, George M. 170, 178, 239 Neff, Jeanne J. 23, 120, 122, 124, 141, 142, 148, 149, 208 Nelson, Andrea Elizabeth 150, 151, 221 Nelson, James Monroe 159, 221 Nelson, Patricia Ann 52, 64, 65, 130, 152, 153, 196 Newcomb, Ellen 239 Newcomb, Harold J., Jr. Nixon, Thomas Edward 238 Norby, Gary R. 165, 208 Norstrom, Karl N. Nuckles, Walter Richard 188 O O'Briant, Martha L. 239 O'Leary, Jamss F. 239 O'Reagan, Patricia Dianne 221 Owens, Larry 239 Owings, John Keller 208 P Pace, Carol Anne 221 Palena, Michael 240 Palmer, Walter Glenn 188, 208 Palumbo, Virgil Raymond 165, 170, 175, 221 Parker, Cary 35, 171 Parker, Louis Edgar 52 Parker, Richard Cornelius 163, 170, 172, 208 249 Parrish, Connie Elizabeth 122, 208 Parron, Linda J. Parsons, Larry Lee 133, 135, 208 Patterson, Carolyn Louise 71, 130, 152 153, 208 Patterson, Fred 185 Patterson, James Edwin, Jr. 92, 240 Pawson, Bruce Arthur 240 Payne, Joseph P. 210 Peake, Susan Lee Pearce, Allan Bance 208 Pedone, Maureen E. Pegues, Constance Jeanne Penrod, Robert Leroy 155 Petrie, Joseph Lee 155, 221 Peverall, Jerry 146, 159, 221 Phillip, George J. 208 Pierce, George Franklin 91 Phillips, Robert Lee 221 Phillips, William R. 156, 157 Pierce, George Franklin 91 Pilkington, Maxine Adele 240 Pingley, Robert Franklin 188, 240 Pittenger, Sheryl Faye 240 Pittman, Reginia Marie 92 Pitts, Lawrence Ronald 221 Pohle, George William 52 Pope, Martha A. 141, 240 Porter, Frederick Hancock Pottgen, Paul Andrew 221 Powell, Charles C. 221 128 Powell, Jean Marie 130, 147, 150, 151, 196 Presson, Wilbur C. Prince, Thomas H. 240 Pryor, Thomas Eugene 208 Pusey, Harry L. 110, 240 Pusey, Richard Wayne 110, 226 Putman, Don Juan 170, 173, 176 Putman, Teddy Tyrone, 70, Q Quel, Paul D. 241 Quig, Joseph B. 241 R 163, 164 Radford, Brenda R. 134, 141, 221 Hairdon, Kathleen Ann 52, 64, 65, 74 101, 121, 130, 141, 15 Ramey, James L. 241 Ramsey, James Eugene Readyhough, David 208 Reclecker, James V. 241 3, 167 Reed, Donald Albert, Jr. 161, 209 Reedy, Ronnie W. Reeves, Carol Ann 150 Reeves, Myra 241 Reid, Williard C. 170, 241 Reilly, David R., Jr. 241 Reveley, W. Sanford 170, 221 Reynolds, Jacquelyn Alice 122, 130, 153, 209 Richards, Bonnie Lee 150, 151, 222 Richardson, Chester K., Jr. 118, 133, 222 Richardson, Elizabeth Jane 222 Richardson, Paul Frederick 22, 24, 52 Richter, Neil Christopher 129, 241 Riggs, Larry Joe 188, 191, 209 Rinehart, Harry 34, 161 Roberts, Dan Walter 188, 191, 193, 212, 222 Roberts, David Bruce 222 Roberts, Terry Wayne 22 Robertson, Barrett F. 241 Rochelle, Hubert Blake 133, 142, 208 Rochelle, Stephen 241 Rockett, Forest R. 170, 172, 178, 241 Rolo, Satnley 17 Strickland, Sharon 243 Tignor, June E. 244 Rarie, Ronald 170, 241 Roulstone, Donald Bruce 64, 135, 146, 160, 161, 167, 209 Routten, Gloria Carol 242 Rowell, Evander Hoyt, Jr. 22 Rumph, Kathryn J. 242 Russell, Dennis Gary 222 Rutledge, F. Earlene 22 Rutman, Robert 170, 209 Rye, Frederick D. 5 Sachs, William Harvey lll 222 Sailey, Richard H. 133, 222 Salkowski, Frances Lucille Salta, Joseph Robert 53, 157 Sanderson, William W. 242 Sanderson, George Robert 72, 100, 160, 161,187,188,189,191,192,193, 195 Santillippo, Charles Joseph 222 Santmers, Ronnie E. Sarratt, Louis J. Sasser, Franklin Miller, Jr. Savedge, William Henry Sayblack, Joseph John, Jr. 133, 222 Scanlan, Patricia 72, 130, 148, 149, 199, 209 Schaffer, John Henry Schemering, Michael Edward 158, 159, 188, 190, 191, 195, 209 Schmidt, Edward Eugene 223 Schulherr, Virginia 242 Schulz, Paul Martin 158, 159, 223 Seaman, Jeryl Ann 53, 54, 120, 122, 124, 125, 129, 148, 149 Segal, Myron Jeffrey 92, 95, 165 Seidel, Eric Stephen 53, 119, 133, 141 210 Semones, Norma Jean 59, 152, 153, 196, 197, 223 Sentz, Tommy 242 Shafer, James Lawrence 121, 123, 124 125, 133, 223 Sharber, David Benson, Jr, 223 Sharp, Nancy Jane 223 Shaw, Cristine M. 242 Shaw, Sandra Louise 242 Shea, Evelyn Teresa 130, 209 Shelby, Michael L. 170, 242 Sherard, Christopher W. 242 Shifflett, Ronald B. 242 Short, George Larry 154, 155, 212 Shrum, Donald Wright 170, 171, 173, 223 Simpson, Donald Ray 119, 134, 223 Simpson, Esther Lee 134, 242 Sims, Ann 15, 149 Sims, Judith C. 24, 91, 95, 141, 242 Singleton, Frank W. 223 Sipes, David L., Jr. Sipple, Kenneth Lee 84, 101, 165 Skimmer, George Frank, Jr. Skundburg, Carol Ann 152, 153 166, 209 Skutka, Agnes 242 Slauson, Jesse Freeman, Jr. 134, 135, 209 Smith, Charles Henry 163 Smith, Donald Craig 91, 182, 242 Smith, Donald Edward Smith, Kathryn H. 242 Smith, Leslie Woodrow 53, 170, 172, 173, 176, 181 Smith, Nancy Lee 130, 210 Smith, Odie W., Jr. 242 Smith, Scott S. 243 Smith, Tommy Wayne 243 Smith, Walter M. 243 Smuzynski, Alvin Walter 159, 194, 223 Smythe, David G. 243 Snyder, Edward 133, 210 Solly, Robert C. 243 Spencer, Richard A, 158, 159, 170, 173, 175, 176, 179,210 Spindle, Paulette Tyler 243 Sprinkle, Dale 243 Stallings, Larry Gordon 210 Stanford, Nancy Gray 53, 95, 100, 130, 134, 142, 147, 148, 149 Stansbury, Alvin Keith 165, 223 Starr, Robert M. 243 smufief, Mrs. Patricia 35, 147, 153, 196 Stouffer, Sandra F. 243 Stephenson, Barbara Ann 72, 130, 148, 210 Stephenson, Patricia 243 Sterling, Clara Jean 243 Sterling, James E. 22, 188, 189, 194, 195,210 Stevenson, Dixid Lee 53, 119, 149 Stewart, Mary Linda 243 Stiefel, Larry Robert 224 Stine, Thomas Stone, Patricia Diane 151 Stout, Teddy Strange, Jimmy E. 243 Strickland, Jerome K. 53, 155 V Van Doren, Linda Carol Varner, Douglas David 211 Vaughan, Janey Perry 224 Vaughn, Donald William 245 Vega, George Ralph 198, 211 Verniel, Michael Alan 55, 157 Vincent, Richard Mason 224 W Wadner, Teresa Rose 153, 211 Wagner, Rita Delores 152, 153, 225 Ward, Joan Ann 151, 166, 211 Walker, Melvin Edward 165, 211 Ward, Oscar Wilde lll Ward, Patricia Ann 130, 150, 151, 211 Warfle, Thomas Michael Warrell, Katherine 245 Waterfield, David J. Waters, Dr. Rolland 34 Watkins, Edward Monroe 158, 159, 170, 173, 211 Watkins, Ronald 225 Watson, Shelly B., Jr. 55, 133, 142 . Weaver, Marcia Ann 225 Weisbrod, Kenneth F. Welch, E. Ann 245 150, 151, 1 Sturgill, Paul Curtis 159, 170, 173, 224 Sumner, John Wayne 188, 189, 194, 195, 210 Sunday, Robert Lewis 224 Sviatko, Gerald Robert 87, 224 Sykes, James Richard 54, 95, 100, 119, 133, 134 Sykes, Jerry W. Roll-Szustkiewicz, Vitold 141, 222 T Talley, Jerome 244 Tarkentan, Allan Ray 162, 210 Tauro, Paul William 165, 224 Taylor, Michael A. 244 Taylor, Patricia Elizabeth 92, 244 Taylor, Robert Arnold 54, 133, 134, 142, 163 Tenbusch, William 244 Temple, John Paul, Jr. 210 Tipps, Wayne 118 Thomas, Charles L., Ill Thomas, Jimi Elizabeth 84, 244 Thompson, Carter 84, 244 Thompson, John L. 224 Wells, George Morris, Jr. 165, 198, 225 Wells, James Edward, Jr. 159, 225 Wermick, Gary Gene 225 Wese, Charlotte M. 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