Furman University - Bonhomie Yearbook (Greenville, SC)

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. , . ftieAetUecL Cy tfo St 44 fij t6e TfautecK 0?i£t f-'?i . Because of her sincere interest in all of us, her willingness . . . even eagerness to give unsparingly of her time and energy toward making student life at Furman memorable, because of her friendliness, delightful sense of humor, and zest for joyous living, and because of a life w h i c h truly manifests the Christian ideal of regard for human personality, we dedicate the 1954 Bonhomie to MISS MARGUERITE CHILES . . . the students' friend.(fattwfo fan 1954Sketches Pictorial Review of the Year Administration.. Class Officers . . . Seniors......... Juniors......... Sophomores . . . Freshmen . . . . Honorarics . . . . Student Government Publications . . . R. O. T. C. . . . Organizations . . . Sfc ltC Football........ Basketball . . . . Spring Sports . . . Intramurals . . . . Women's Sports . . Social 10 34 44 46 82 91 98 106 115 121 126 135 160 166 171 174 176 Fraternities Beauties . 180 1901PLACE FOR STUDY AND BETWEEN CLASS GET-TOCETHEKS; THE BLOCK MEETING PLACE. FALL SUMMER OVER . . . BACK TO BOOKS Before we knew it summer was over ... it was time to l egin again our search for book-learning... back to friendly Furman . . . students were gathering in groups to reminisce about the past year, discuss those summer parties, and plan for a last (ling before we really started studying . . . new Furman-ites broke into our cliques . . . familiar faces from home entered as green-horns . . . moving in . . . cleaning up—in a fashion . . . almost ready to settle down . . . thoughts of fraternity parties . . . meeting new freshman girls. GATEWAY TO "HOME" UNIVERSEBLIGHT OF ORIENTATION; FEAR OF MATRICULATION; A NEW EXPERIENCE September’s clean slate ... orientation—the actual beginning . . . freshman sighs. . . “So this is college" . .. paid little attention to our advisors . . . "What’s the Zoo?" . . . Geer and Townes became home . . . rooms were filled with high school letters and awards . . . name cards gave the new Furmanites a spirit of being subordinate to upperclassmen . . . nights were spent learning new people . . . freezing in the mountains (for the girls) .. . hut a nap during those eternal orientation speeches took care of that . . . the President’s Reception was the big get-together for freshmen (we all went, of course) . . . getting more confused by rules . . . "Why do I have to sign out?” . . . Mother John watched over Geer ... Mrs. Lee kept the girls straight with their weekends, etc. . . . all junk collected for four years was dumped into our rooms that were to he our home for an eternity of nine months . . . tours of the campus . . . finding off-limits . . . trying desperately to remember what we should about Furman rules . . . then, the struggle to cram into our jumbled brains the words of several songs . . . “Could I take nine harrowing months of this?” . . . the handbook was our guide . . . we were given a paper alxmt thirty feet long listing classes and times . . . our heads buzzed ... eyes popped ... “What to do with this?” . . . “We pick our classes from this thing?” . . . what next! . . . enough to make some cry . . . would it ever end? ... it finally did . . . hut. then, we were to have our first glimpse of registration . . . Oh. well, now we would he a part of Furman! Year . . . A KIHST LOOK X Y=6? WOMEN S FRESHMAN ADVISORY HOARD. First Row. Lcfl to Right: JANE TERRY, BETTY BRYAN. JOYCE K L Y N N. MAI.BA GARDNER. NELL IIARDINC. Second Row. BETTY WOOLBRICHT. BARBARA SMITH. MARGARET RIDDLE. SARA TIMMERMAN. JOYCE BURRIS, FRANCES SHELL. Third Rou. JANE WILLIAMS. FOLLY WOOD. ANN HURST, BARBARA BAI.T7.EGAR. ELNEDA PADGETT. JEAN THOMPSON.THE END AT LAST! HARROWING REGISTRATION, CONFUSION, CRIP COURSES?... NO SATURDAY CLASSES! A line resembling that of a gigantic army in (luction formed in the Administration Building and corridors of W. C. to fill out forms and blanks -and cross the treasurers palms with green stuff . . . next stop—West flail . . . line waiting . . . meanwhile, girls are wandering all over the Zoo scheduling their classes .. . “What subjects shall I take?” . . . desperate searches for crips, easy professors, no Saturday classes... crumped hinds resulting from filling in countless matriculation cards . . . utter chaos . . . lines form at the rear! . . . another mistake, change again . . . we stand Registration Hopeless Search CHILLS IN STORE INEVITABLE WAITMEN'S FRESH MAX ADVISORY BOARD. I'irst Row. Left to Riuht: KENNETH HILL REMRERT TRULUCK. WALTER MARTIN. GEORGE GIBSON. WAODY CHAPMAN. TOMMY SAWYER. Second Row: JACK ROWAN. BENJY TRULUCK. JACK HAMES. JOHN DYER. DICK RII.EY. JAMES STEWART. DICK PATTY. iu lint for cards and vital statistics for hours . . . by the time we reach the head of the line, our stammering and stuttering overcomes us . . . naturally, the hour that one wants has just been filled AND YOUR NAME? For Crips! THREE HOURS CREDIT. ... after rearranging and changing schedules not less than fifty times, we think wc have conquered registration . . . “Oh, you dreamer!” . . . we then find out that the registrar won't allow us to take eighteen hours . . . hack to the front of the line, same old process . . . you are finally asked to remove yourself quickly from the pressing mass ... with pleasure . . . now to hunt old textbooks, rearrange lunch hours, search for new classrooms —and then forget to go to them ... a Furman student for another semester! PASS IN REVIEW.MANLEY PEP RALLIES . . . EXCITEMENT REEKS! Pep rallies at Manley Field . . . glorious excitement . . . bonfires . . . promises of a good football season . . . sore throats . . . hysterical cheers . . . endless veils . . . “Will the team set a new record for winning games?” . . . pep band blasts through jubilant selections . .. the crowd screams for Shelby to render a yell in his shimmy fashion . . . the team trips in from the right gate midst clammering excitement . . . coach introduces his boys . . . then, hats off, it’s "Dixie” time , . . cheerleaders warble and wobble through many yells . . . same old ones, of course . , . some bright guy peeps, "When will they ever find a new one?" . . . after giving blood, sweat, and tears in our enthusiasm, we are called to our feet by the strains of our Alma Mater . .. slowly the fans leave Manley Field, each making his own decision concerning the outcome of the game.WARM-UP. NO MERCY! RATTING . . . PLACARDS . . . FRESHMEN DEFLATED Ratting was almost entirely obsolete this year on the men’s campus ... just because the Freshman Class was almost twice as large as the Sophomore Class . . . but on the womens campus, the mighty Sophs showed no mercy ... this was the year the girls laid it on thick . . . one Rat Court meeting was the only scheduled excitement that the men had . . . however, placards were always worn before ball games by “ratinen'’ . . . more spirit . . . the girls were late getting rat hats . . . the situation was remedied by wearing signs, "I am a rat without a hat" . . . the boys never did get around to a special rat day program . . . again, the women outshone them by staging a gigantic show on their athletic field . . . all rats were dressed suitably . . . big ears . . . whiskers . . . bowing to sophomores ... a swell time for all . . . but the femmes were glad when it was over . . . the sophs lowered the egos of the rats and raised theirs ... the end of ratting . now they were full-fledged Furmanites . . . never will forget the chase for rat hats from other schools . . . ball game tussles ... a couple of dillies to add to collections. GIVE ME LIBERTY. ON MY HONOR.CHEEHLEADEHS. Eitsl How. Lift In Kitf itr BARBARA BALT KCAR, BETTY SHIRLEY. JOYCE BURRIS, MARY LANE CL.ELAND, RAT MEALING. Second How: I.UC1US WEEKS. JOHN HUBBARD. FRANK VERNON. BILL HENDRIX, CHARLES BROCK. EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES ENTER STUDENT CALENDAR PICTURE Extra-curricular activities... more parties . . . thoughts toward fraternities . . . fashion show . . . always meant to study . . . tardy again . . . jolting rides on yellow buses ... we ate three times a day-more or less . . . lab-ruined afternoons . . . parallel—the blight of an otherwise existence ... "How many more reports this semester?” . . . daily tests—all-night cramming . . . "Many more tests and I won’t get to go to the movie but twice this week.” 16 SCIENCE MALI____I.AB-RUINED AFTERNOONS!CONFUSION . . . PROBLEMS . . . CONFUSION . . . MID-SEMESTER . . . CONFUSION . . . SAME VICIOUS CIRCLE . . . BONHOMIE PICTURES . . . “AH, WILDERNESS” The alarm goes off too soon ... too often ... roommate’s troubles ... "I have enough of my own" . . . “Will those freshmen ever grow up?” . . . "A phone call for me? ’ . . . “If it’s from Georgia, tell him I’m not here” . . . constant waiting at “the desk” . . . “How do I know which one to rush for!" ... Daisy Chain, Dutch Treat, and Magnolia became everyday words . . . just try to push through the canteen between classes ... “Stop the bus ‘til I get there!” The Zoo weekly infested with Cowdets . . . the men’s campus swarming with big cars filled with Greenville High girls . . . freshmen agog, in both cases ... “Nothing ever like this before" . . . love begins to blossom . . . rings that fit are replaced by smaller or larger ones ... W. C. is filled with gold numbers 1, 2. 3. 4 . . . signifying preference of lineage? . . . Block “F” becomes a place for rides . . . all in all it amounts to that which makes the world go ’round. Bonhomie pictures . . . everyone scrambling to have his picture made . . . some waiting until after the week is over to discover that he has not been photographed ... "Sorry, too late” . . . “What!” .. . “I’m a senior" . . . “Signs were posted two weeks ago that yesterday would be the last day, it was plainly stated on your appointment card that no other appointment could be made, the Hornet published last week a reminder that yesterday was the last day” ... “But, I’m a senior" . . . never a pleasant day for the dear old eds . . . the professors with their dread of camera . . . time will tell . . . “Is it possible to have my picture made another day?” . . . next . . . after three weeks of this torture for all, the photographer departed. Student picnics missed this year ... replaced by unsuccessful sings in Fine Arts . . . the first play of the year, “Ah, Wilderness," finally had enough script to be presented . . . about this time announcements were sent out concerning Junior English exam . . . everyone wondering whether to study or hope for the l est ... in the end, it wasn’t as bad as we had thought . . . study continued . . . grades slumped lower. IMPOTENT TRIBUNAL WEEDING THE CHASS? 17A BIT OF EDUCATION NIGHT CALI. Then came the announcement of the nineteen lucky seniors named to Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities .. . Fulbright scholarship applicants rushed to complete details . . . the newly organized BSU male chorus made its first appearance in the chapel... R. L. Hebbleth-waite, Furman s new horticulturist from England, began planting the campus with bulbs and trees .. . the football team was tied for first place in the conference. Secretary of Army Stevens was on hand to dedicate new armory on Laurens Road ... drill platoon and band went out to liven up affair . . . Hornet got an interview with hir.d The occasion of the year took place on Friday, November J3, when about fifty F. U. lovelies vied for finalists in "Miss Bonhomie contest . . . nine were chosen . . . then, pictures were sent to New York for final judging .. . pep band wowed ’em with Dragnet and waltzes . . . Johnny Wright meed the show . . . Jay s Florist gave the many flowers for the show ... a big event! SECRETARY OF ARMY STEVENS SPEAKS CONSTRUCTION BEGINS ON ... "A GREATER FURMAN The beginning of a new and bigger Furman disclosed at the historical ground-breaking ceremonies on the new campus site . . . the Singers sang . . . many dignitaries turn e d ground . . . thoughts of the new plans excited everyone . . . “We can actually canoe from the men’s dormitory to the women’s?" . . . “and also the dining hall” . . . completion set for 56 . . . the band . . . all the splendor and excitement ... a greater Furman for a greater tomorrow.Wild Caf .Sfow On Furman s TWAS THE NIGHT BEFORE HOMECOMING WHOOPIN' IT UP AT THE ZOO $15.00 FOR DAY STUDENTS SOPHOMORES’ “REAL GONE" FLOAT REIGNING BEAUTIESAVI I AT IT WAS, WAS FOOTBALL" BLAZING SPIRIT . . . WELCOME ALUMNI ... BIG PARADE ... LEAPORD REIGNS ... THRILLING HOMECOMING . . . DECORATIONS . . . FLOATS . . . QUITE A DAY School spirit blazed anew the night before homecoming . . . the annual snake through main street stirred up enthusiasm of all of us . . . after a stirring pep session, people hurried to secluded buildings housing their floats . . . work, effort, work, ideas, work ... to bed before three ... up by six to finish . . . lining up of the floats . . . parade over which Mildred Leopard, queen of the occasion, reigned graciously . . . the day students copped first place in floats . . . Singers came through with second . . . all the fraternity houses rang with “Beat Davidson' . . . the alumni back at the old stomping grounds . . . football decorations and splendor excited everyone . . . after the parade, floats were martyred and all headed to Sirrine . . . rush Greenville traffic made some fans late . . . drop-ins were scheduled by all groups . . . the queen was crowned . . . sponsors for football seniors introduced . . . old friends met at the stadium . . . homecoming was a joyous occasion for all . . . we won the game ... it was over . . . that night came the big affair sponsored by the alumni at Gallivan’s Hall . . . intermission parties . . . what a day! MAIN STHKKT KKPTII.g MAHGII HOMECOMING FINALEMEN WAIT OUTSIDE DEAN BONNER’S OFFICE FOR CHOICE FRATERNITY RIDS • xusK U zeK RUSH WEEK . . . NEW STUDENTS ARE KINGS . . . FRATERS LOOK FOR FUTURE BROTHERS . . . CHARMING RUSH GIRLS . . . SHINING PIN ... A NEW LIFE Rush Week is the week when freshmen are treated like kings. Each fraternity carefully selects a few to be entertained royally by his clan. Parties are scheduled every day by each fraternity. A closed night is enjoyed in some secluded spot by many rush girls and un$us- TKE WELCOMES NEW MEMBERS TO THE HOUSE NERVOUS MEN RECEIVE BIDS AT POST OFFICE THETA CHI CLOSED NIGHTSAKS HAWAIIAN CLOSED NICIIT KA S ENJOY FELLOWSHIP PI LAPS ENTERTAIN pecting rushees. He is pounded on the hack; his hand is mashed beyond repair by over-fricndlv pin-wearers ... brothers meet late into the night examining each rushee like a prize race horse . . . after a cpiiet period, the anxious freshmen and transfers assemble at the Dean’s office to check bids. It’s a great feeling when he’s told that he made the grade—a greater feeling when he’s greeted at the house—HIS house. Then, a shining pledge pin and a new life. Kush Week ended, all fraternities became friends again, all strife ceased, enter brotherly love. DEAN BONNER WARNS MEN TO BE SURE OF THE B1C STEP THAT THEY ARE TAKINGWINTER A WINTERS TALK Handel's “Messiah” topped the season off musically with the combined efforts of the Singers and First Baptist Choir rendering the annual performance. SILHOUETTED TREES . . . FURS . . . BASKETBALL AND SELVY . . . ALL SIGNS OF WINTER A few of the lucky girls drag out furs, and, thus, usher in winter . . . hare tree limbs silhouetted against gray skies .. . basketball came into the picture . . . mid-semester reports were pondered ... "I solemnly promise to study an hour each day on each subject” ... the Furman float and band in the annual Christmas parade . . . students would soon leave for the holidays with visions of giving and receiving frat pins and rings . . . saving their gifts for later—the faculty pestered the home-hungry students with petty tests ... and movie attendance soared ... frost-covered benches . . . stalled autos . . . tournament in Oklahoma, the Paladins gave Oklahoma U. a great battle ... a look at Selvy as he proved his All-American ability . . . the Bonhomie staff worked diligently to beat the deadline . . . the concert drew students from closed study... caroling was heard everywhere. Hanging of the Greens was revived . . . Old English custom prevailed ... eating with hands proved a problem for few . . . all the girls attired in vari-colored costumes . . . one mistake: the men couldn’t witness it . . . the girls burst from the dining hall with branches of mistletoe over their heads . . . nippy weather. GROUP SINGS AGAINST CHRISTMAS BACKGROUNDBonhomie goes to press ... the staff collapses . .. High School Weekend came in February . . . “Naughty Marietta” brought down two more packed houses with its rollicking performances . . . high school seniors were feted by parties, operetta, basketball game, and other entertainment . . . State Teachers’ Exam left prospective teachers dizzy . . . Fabulous Frank dazzles nation with his record-breaking performances . . . mobs stuff Textile Hall to see game. YE LORDS AND LADIES UP WITH DECORATIONS DR. FLANDERS W ITH THE MISTLETOE FOOI„SCONTINUOUS CRAMMING FOR EXAMS FRANK SELVY, THE LAD WHO BROUGHT NATIONAL FAME TO HIMSELF AND FURMAN, RECEIVES DELL ALL-AMERICAN AWARD PAUSE THAT REFRESHES SLAVE MARKET DR. WOOD ADMIRES THE STUFFED SHIRTS BEHIND THE SCENES WITH THE "BONHOMIE" PHOTOGRAPHERIFC PAUSES BEFORE COMPLETING PLANS FOR THE SPRING ALUMNI-SPONSORED FORMAI-S SPRING Flowers began to burst anew ... the bulbs near the infirmary tried to spell Furman . . . tennis courts saw plenty of action . . . love was just around the corner for many . . . baseball headed the sports calendar . . . blight for seniors was graduate record exam. POLITICIANS FIND OUT IF THEY REALLY ARE PUPPY LOVES . . . LOOSE POLITICIANS . . . BLOSSOMING FLOWERS . . . WANDERING THOUGHTS . . . GRADUATION Politicians broke loose to drum up a few votes for what they contended to Ik the “winning candidate” . . . the l ookstore was filled with campaign propaganda .. . new leaders for the coming year . . . grudges almost forgotten . . . and all striving to unite all for a better Furman next year. FINE ARTS STILL RECKONED TO STUDENTSA LOOK AT THE NEW BLANKET PARTY Then came Spring Camp ... up to the mountains . . . sleeping under three and four mattresses . . . cold feet . . . red noses . . . making plans for next year ... all leaders taking part.. . thrashing out problems to make things run more smoothly . . . spring fever overtaking us by the minute . . . administration officials stressing the importance of good leaders . . . trying to bring the campuses closer together ... changing rules . . . learning al out the new campus . . . “Should we start now to plan for these changes?” . . . that’s what spring camp is for ... leaders of today to leaders for tomorrow. . . . THOUGHTS ASUNDER AT SPRINC CAMP . . .HONORARY CADET COI JANE GRAY SULLIVAN PRESENTS MEDALS BSU LEADERS INSTALLED . . . AND HERE'S A LITTLE NUMBER TO SET GIRLS DREAMING (AND HOYS. TOO) Spring brought out the wedding clothes, formats, and clothing for the women staged in fashion shows . . . BSU had an impressive installation of officers at First Baptist . . . diamonds sparkled. The blight of all times came upon ns—spring inspection . . . cadets could be found in their rooms this one day in the year avoiding the invasion of Third Army brass . . . salutes were many . . . ROTC day came too soon . . . with sponsors galore . . . medals flowed like water . . . many hearts were a flutter. "SURE YOU CLEANED THE BARREL?" I j MAY DAY TKIPPEHS May Day was celebrated . . . lovely queen reigned supreme with her court . . . ampitheatre scene of the colorful ceremony . . . soft May weather . . . many visitors. 1 CROWS Til EETEARS, ANXIETY, JOY, SORROW-GRADUATION . . . CLASS DAY The end of school came too soon . . . alumni came “1101110” . . . class day was observed . . . 1U)TC men were commissioned . . . tears rolled down many cheeks ... the daisy chain brightened the day ... seniors reigned supreme in their caps and gowns . . . Shakespeare’s “Midsummer Night’s Dream” was presented by the Theatre Guild as part of the celebration ... graduation took away many friends ... but sent the Furmanites on their way in their chosen profession . . . farewells came . . . school was over for another year . . . the class of 1954 were alumni. "AND THE SCHOLARSHIP CUP TO THE MAX MAKING THE HIGHEST ACHIEVEMENT"COLD WEATHER AHEAD IMPRESSIVE PLEDGE SERVICE TANKS ON THE MARCH SNACK ON THE RUN DR. EVANS SPEAKS "HAVE MERCY. MY LORD" WAITING FOR TIIE GEER PHONE DR. PLYLER BREAKS GROUND 3?SUMMER THREE MONTHS! TORTURE FOR SOME, PLAYDAY FOR OTHERS Doubts left from last semester vanished . . . exams were over . . . summer was beckoning us for three months of rest . . . not for some . . . the junior ROTG men were headed for summer camp . . . six weeks of torture . . . better soldiers . . . more lucky souls headed for the beach . . . worries forgotten . . . blistered backs . . . the process of peeling . . . relief for tired students .. . wandering minds . . . that last class was the longest of the year ... house-parties . . . new faces . . . slight case of laziness prevailed . . . some would soon start to work for tuition or spending money for next year . . . soon—all too soon—we find that the ringing of the bell in the tower calls us hack to our lx)oks and friends . . . and we will approach the campus wide eyed for old chums. A PARTI c: GLANCE AT THE OLD BELL TOWEK BEFORE WE LEAVE. TIRING SUMMER CAMP TYPICAL 1IOUSKPARTY ON A FAR AWAY LAKEA Greater Furman For A Greater Tomorrow FURMAN UNIVERSITY has a noble tradition. Conceived in the hearts of men whose passion was for the Kingdom of Cod, the first institution to bear the name Furman opened at Edgefield, S. C. on January 15, 1872. From that day to this, unselfish men and women—persons of intelligence and heart—have made their contribution to the Furman tradition. Furman is their monument—“a monument more lasting than bronze ' Today we have an outstanding institution—a college widely recognized as one of the best in the nation. It would be easy to he complacent and to glory in the past, but such an attitude would be unworthy of the Furman tradition. That tradition is one of progress. An institution is like a man—“born to grow, not stop." And so the trustees of Furman have secured a new site of more than one thousand acres to the north of Greenville, close to Paris Mountain, with the Blue Ridge Mountains in view. Already a trained horticulturist is in charge, a nursery for plants and shrubs is being constructed, a small lake has been built. Mere great buildings will arise—functional structures, yet beautiful to the eye and hence ministering to the spirit. A large lake will occupy thirty acres. One of the high points of the campus will be the chapel, symbolic of the spiritual significance of the entire enterprise. To this new campus will go the faculty and the student body, carrying with them the spirit of the old campus—a spirit of devotion to truth, of the use of truth in the service of mankind; a spirit of friendliness and above all of reverence, that reverence of which Tennyson wrote: Let knowledge grow from more to more. But more of reverence in us dwell; That mind and soul, according well. May make one music as before, But vaster. Jlatetf 'Ptyt i. 'PieaicieHt 35TIBBS EBFFT EXECUTIVES ALBERT ELIAS TIBBS, Tii.D.. Litt.D. Dean of the University KENNETH REYNDEKS ERFFT M.A., Litt.D. Business Manager FRANCIS WESLEY BONNER, Ph.D. Dean of the Men's College OLIVIA FUTCH, Ph D. Dean of the Woman’s College ROBERT NORMAN DANIEL Ph.M., Litt.D., LL.D. Dean Emeritus of the University BONNER FUTCII DANIELF A C U L T Y DANIEL BOWEN CARDN'ER HI I AM E CILPATRiCK RIDDLE BLACKWELL BURTS ROBERT NORMAN DANIEL Pii.M., Lrrr.D. LL.D. Professor of English EUGENE ELROY GARDNER. Ph D. Professor of French and Spanish DELBERT HAROLD CILPATRICK. Ph D. Professor of History REECE CROXTON BLACKWELL. Ph D. Professor of Mathematics LAWRENCE HENRY BOWEN. Ph D. Professor of Mathematics DcPRE RHAME. B.Mus. Professor of Mttsic CHARLES DAYTON RIDDLE. M.S. Professor of Biology CHARLES WATSON BURTS. B.D.. Ph D. Professor of Psychology and Director of Graduate Work JOHN RICHARD SAMPEY. PhD. Professor of Chemistry OLIVIA KUTCII, Ph.D. Professor of Education PAUL LEWIS FISHER, Ph D. Professor of Biology and Geology ETHEL REED WAITERS, M.S. Professor of Home Economics WENDELL KEENEY Professor of Music JOSEPH CARLYLE ELLET, Ph D. Professor of Economics HENRY GRADY OWENS. Ph.D. Associate Professor of Education COLUMBUS ANDREWS. Ph.D. Professor of Sociology SAMPEY FUTCII FISIIER WATTERS KEENEY ELLET OWENS ANDREWS 37 FURMAN’S k 38FACULTY JOHN ROLAND PATTY, Pm.D..................................Protestor of Phytic CARROLL HENRY LEEDS. Pm.D.............................Professor of Psychology ALBERT ELIAS TIBBS. Lirr.D............................Professor of Philosophy SARA LOWERY. M.A.........................................Professor of Speech AARON LESLIE RUTLEDGE, Th.IX- Professor of Psychology of Religion nod Director of Personal Guidance EDWARD PINCKNEY VANDIVER. JR.. Pm.D......................Professor of English BL'RRELL LUSHA WOOD. JR.. Pm.D........................Professor of Chemistry ROY EDWARD W ATKINS. Pm.D......................Professor of Greek ami Latin ELBRIDCE L. BRUBAKER, B.F.A. . . Professor of Military Science and Tactics AILEEN COCCI NS. M.A...........................Associate Professor of I tench META EPPLER GILPAI RICK. M.A. . . . . Associate Professor of English LEN’NIE LUSBY..................................Associate Professor of fu%ic ARNOLD EVERETTE PI TMAN. M.Mcs. . . . Associate Professor of MuHe LAURA SMITH RBAUC1I, M.A.....................Associate Professor of Sociology MONA HOWARD KEENEY..................... Associatc Professor of Music RAYMOND WILLIAM HEATWOLE. M.A. . . Associate Professor of Economics LYLES ALLEY. M.A. . . . Associate Professor of Health and Physical Education HUBERT RAY DOBSON. M.A.. Associate Professor of Health and Physical Education MeDONALD WATKINS HELD. M.A.....................Associate Professor of Strccch ARTHUR HENRY MOEHLENBIIOCK, Pm.D. . . AsstH'iatc Professor of German LOUIS GRESSETP WILLIAMS. Pm.D....................Associate Professor of Biology JOHN ANDRAL BARRY’, JR.. Tn.D..................Associate Professor of Philosophy FRANCIS WESLEY BONNER. Pm.D......................Associate Professor of English JOHN WILLARD HOSKINS. Pm.D.......................Associate Professor of Sociology ROBERT WILSON' JACKSON. Tii.D..................Auociatc Professor of Religion DOROTHY’ RICHEY'. Pm.D. Associate Professor of Speech LAUREN WOODROW SINGLETON, M.S. . Associate Professor of Engineering HENRY JACKSON FLANDERS. JR.. Tii.D. . . Associatc Professor of Religion ALBERT LEROY' MYERS. Pm.D......................Associate Professor of Chemistry JEFFERSON DAVIS SADLER. Pm.D. . . Associate Professor of Greek and I Ml in JAMES II. TUCKER. Pm.D........................Associate Professor of Education LEMUEL EDWARD SMITH. Tm.D.....................Associate Professor of Religion ELIZABETH DONN’ALD, M A........................Assistant Professor of English CATHERINE BOYD CALHOUN. M.A.......................Assistant Professor of Art VERA ELVIRA BURNETTE. M.S. . . . Assistant Professor of Home Economics THOMAS BROTHERS KIMBROUGH. M.A.. Assistant Professor of Secretarial Science NORA EMILY’ MULLENS. M.A.......................Assistant Ptofassot of liintogy U'INSTON (.'HANDLER BABB, m.a...................Assistant Professor of History CLAUDE ELIZABETH BRISENDINE. M.A.- Assislant Professor of Health and Physical Education SCHAEFFER KENDRICK. LL.B.....................Avvirfrtnf Professor of Economics CHARLES LEWIS RASOR. M.A.......................Assistant Professor of English CATHERINE CHAMBERS, M.A........................Assistant Professor of History FRANCES HUDGENS, M.A. ... . . Assistant Professor of Education LEWIS EDGAR HILL. M.A...........................Assistant Professor of Economies CHARLOTTE REED SMITH. M.A........................ Assistant Professor of Music W ALTER LINDSAY’ SMI III, M.Sac.Mus. ... Assistant Professor of Music ERNEST EUGENE HAHRILL, M.A. . . . Assistant Professor of Political Science ELLA GRAY’ WILSON, M.A., Assistant Professor of Health ami Physical Education DANIEL EDDIN'S KIRK. M.A..........................Assistant Professor of Biology IRA LEE RAKER. M.A...............Assistant Professor of Journalism and English OTIIA LAMAR GRAY’. M.S...................................Assistant Professor of Economics ALBERT NEELY’ SANDERS. M.A.................................Assistant Professor of History LLOYD RUEBEN EVANS, B.S., Assistant Professor of Military Science and Tadics SAM II. ARNOLD. ILA........................................Assistant Professor of Music ROBERT BROWN. M.A. Assistant Professor of Psychology LAURIE EDWARD GREEN, M.S. . Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Physics PAUL GILLIAM HATCHER. M.A. . Assistant Professor of Mini Cm languages WILLIAM ADDISON HOVER, M A. . Assistant Professor of Moslem I .an gauges ROY FOSSETT. M.A................................Assistant Professor of Political Science MARIE SMITH HINDMAN. M.S. . . . Auldunl Professor of Home Economics JOE M. KING. Tii.D.................................Assistant Professor of Religion WOODROW W. POWELL. M.A.............................Assistant Professor of English HARLAN L. SIFFORD. M.F.A............................Assistant Professor of Art WALTER L. WITHERS. M.A. ...... Assistant Professor of Riology JOHN DOUGLAS STERRETT. Captain. A.B Assistant Professor of Military Science and Tadics RITA MAY’ RAKER. B.Mvs......................................Instmetor in Music LILIAN JEAN BEY NON..................................... ... Instructor in Music CAROLYN A SCIIOENBCGE. M.Mis................................Insimctor in Music ERVIN LAJOS SZISACYI, Jok.D.................................Artist in Residence J9ADMINISTRATION OFFICERS LIBRARY CHARLES LEWIS RASOR, M.A. Registrar atul Director of Admissions, Men's College EULA BARTON, M.A. Registrar and Director of Admissions, Womans College ELDREDCE MOBLEY CASKEY. B.A. Treasurer HENRY GRADY OWENS, Pii.D. Director of Summer Session ERWIN LAWRENCE Me DONALD, B.D. Director of Public Relations ROBERT CINNAMOND TUCKER. M.A Librarian ALICE BENSON ADAMS, B.A. Assistant Librarian BETTY MILLER ARWOOD, B.A. Circulation Assistant VKRENA BRYSON MARGIE CLARK QUEEN Typist IDA JACKSON THOMAS MARGARET WEAVER ADMINISTRATIVE AND HELEN BARRY, B.A. baptist Student Secretary GARLAND CARRIER, B.A. bursar MARGUERITE CHILES, M.A. Director of Student Personnel, Women’s College JOHN M. KING, B.A. Accountant PERSONNEL STAFF ELIZABETH CRUDUP LEE Resident Counselor DAVID ALLEN WARDLAW. B.A. Manager of book Store SARAH ELLEN SWANN, B.A. Associate in Public Relations RASOR BARTON TUCKER ADAMS THOMAS WEAVER KING LEE CASKEY OWENS McDOXALD A R WOOD BRYSON QUEEN BARRY CARRIER CHILES WARDLAW SWANN 40SECRETARIES AND ASSISTANTS DANIEL FOSTER NANCY BALLENTINE BAKER. B.A. Secretary to President ELIZABETH DUNN CAROLYN FECTEAU LEE FLETCHER BOBBIE FULLER ERNESTINE HATCHER. B.S. VIRGINIA HAULBROOK Secretary to Director of Summer Session CAROLINE ANN KARST. B.A. Secretary to Business Manager ALICE LEAGUE RAMONA MANKY Carolyn McConnell mary McDonald, b.a. Admissions Secretary JEAN MIDDLETON Secretary to Dean of the University MARY WARDLAW, B.S. Admissions Secretary VIRGINIA WATERS. B.A. Assistant to Registrar VIRGINIA BASKIV RESIDENCE AND DINING HALLS J. THOMAS CHILES Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds ETHEL LANGSTON Hostess INEZ LINES Assistant Dietitian RONALD L. HEBBLETHWAITE Superintendent of Grounds for Sew Campus PAUL C. GREER Bookkeeper, Dining Hall LORENEJORDON Assistant Dietitian, Men's Campus INFIRMARY LULA WHITESIDES Nurse, Womans College ATHLETIC AND R.O.T. C. STAFF BILL KERR Athletic Staff JAMES McQUEEK Assistant Coach ANNE IIENERY Secretary DAN M. STOKELY R.O.T. C. Staff » 41ADAMS. WELLS. BABB. GARDNER COX. REED. BRAILSFORD Class of ’54 Frank Sklvy and Edna Wells led the senior class through another successful year. Bill Cox and Martha Babb served as vice-presidents; Olnk Heed and Kaye Adams, secretaries; and William Brailsford and Malba Gardner, treasurers. With four overflowing years of learning and fun behind us. we donned our caps and gowns and headed for that long-awaited and much-anticipated diploma. Class of ’56 The mighty sophs were guided past the half-way mark by Kenneth Hill and Pat Smith, with John Hubbard and Pat Mealing, vice-presidents; James Britton and Frances Self, secretaries; and Frank Vernon and Sara Gambrf.ll, treasurers. Hat Court sessions built up our egos. Class SELF. SMITH. MEALING. CAMBRELI BRITTON. HUBBARD. VERNONDkVORE. HIGHTOWER. BIUNTLKY BABB. BILKS. HUNTER, CAMPBELL Class of ’55 L. G. HicirrowKH and Dolores Biles served as junior proxies with Jack Hiiantujy and Catiiy Hunter as veeps; Jof. DkVork and Barbara Babb, secretaries; and Nick Compton, and Marlene Campbell, treasurers. The Follies, Junior-Senior banquets, and thoughts of being seniors set us ready for our final flight into explanatory space. Class of Furman Lanclky and Ann Baldwin wound up on top in the candidate-heavy freshman elections. Sammy Morton and Mary Sue Darr were selected veeps; Bay Aim in and Malanky McClure, secretaries: Byron Walker and Imockne Walker, treasurers. We passed the greenhorn stage and arc now full-fledged Furinanites! Officers WALKER. BALDWIN. IMBB, McCLL'RK WALKER. LANGLEY. AUSTIN. HORTONSeniors KAYE FRANCES ADAMS. Greenville B.A. Sociology ... friendly, sincere .. . kept very busy with many campus activities . . . organist . . . Senior Order . . Sociology Club and Senior Class secretary . . . intends to housewife for Don. WILLIAM FLETCHER ALLEN. Hartsvih.e B.A. Eng us 11 . . . Blue Key . . . Cloister ’53. '54 . . . Hornet editor '52-’53 . . . Hornet sports editor. Echo editor senior year . . . winner, lliolt Journalism Trophy, junior year . . . intramural sports manager . . . nose for news. BESSIE ANN ALLISON, Brevard. N. G. B.S. Mathematics . . . finished in three years ... a very sincere and capable person . . . Chi Beta Phi, Student Volunteers ... a knitter in spare moments . . . liked ix-ing engages! to Edgar . . . will teach. ANTHONY C. AMOS, Greer B.A Sociology . . . Sociology Club . . . curly hair . . . ‘ huge smile . . . day student . . . may be a minister. CARL ARMSTRONG. Fountain Inn B.A. IIistoiiy . . . one of those hair-pulling practice teachers . . . little to say. much to do . . . lived in Ceer . . . seldom stayed then-. BARBARA BABB. Princeton B.A. Business Administration . . . WAA Council, secretary- of Junior Class ... last of a long line of Babb’s to graduate from Furman . . . lovely red hair, hnt not the disposition to go with it . . . sweet nalurcd ... to enter the business world. MARTHA BABB. Greenviuj- B.A. Sociology ... in many campus activities . . . always dependable . . . friendly . . . president of Day Students, Westminster Fellowship . . . made Choir tours jolly . . . vice-president Senior Class . . . can’t miss in her chosen career as a DRE. FRAISER BAILEY. Marianna, Ark. B.A. Physical Education . . . football player . . . freshman line coach . . . energetic . . . interested in his work . . . not seen as regularly this year ... an all-round athlete . . . capable.’54 FRANCIS P. BARRY, Summerville B.A. Physical Education . . . Inner known as "Bo” ... vanity football team four years . . . baseball team three years . . . drives blue Buick , . . KA forever... Scabbard and Blade . . . Pistol dub . . . loves lower state . . . Hat Court sophomore year. COY REID BATES, Union B.A. Psychology . . . Ministerial Union . . . praetie.il-minded . . . independent ... a daily school traveler often seen . . . conscientious minister ... on to seminary. JAMES LEE BATTLE, JR.. Atlanta, Ca. B.A. English . . . the Cloister all four yean . . . Baud freshman and sophomore years........lumber of llontcl staff junior year . . . business manager of Echo junior year . . . active mainly in publications . . . sidekick of Allen’s. BARBARA ANNE BEAM, Crekxville B.A. Elkmkntaky Education . . . lovely red hair . . • loyal SAE rush girl . . . Bomiomii: staff . . . swimming and bridge her bobbies . . . will tcacb. POSEY BELCHER. JR., Inman B.A. IIistohy . . . BSU, secretary, men's campus . . . Student Volunteers . . . Ministerial Union . . . Senior Superlative . . . made friends in the dining ball. FRANCES EMILY BELL, Atlanta, Ca. B.A. ElkmkntaiiY Education . . . pixie-face . . . clue . . . subtle humor . . . Marshal Board. WAA, KI)E. Social Standards . . . "Bell’ . . . Bomiomii: editor . . . stylish, stunning, studious ... a delightful friend . . . goes for clean-cut boys and mood music ... to teach. ADOLPHUS I). BENNETT. Holly Hill A.B. Physical Education . . . Turret and Track . . . played freshman baseball and basketball . . . on varsity basketball and baseball teams the last three years . . . vice-president of Student Council . . . SAE . . . He and Frankie. JOSEPH BENNETT, Hendersonville, N. C. B.A. English . . . Student Volunteers . . . transfer student . . . never failed to speak . . . interested in any religious activity. Seniors LYDIA BEHGHAUSER, Bkltsville. Md. B.A. Enci isii . . . happy personality . . . music her hobby . . . YWA Council, vice-president «»f Student Volunteers . . . another valuable Mars Hill transfer. BILLY F. BILLINGSLEY, Hendersonville,N.C. B.A. Exc.ush ani Piiilosoi'IIY . . . Student Volunteers Council . . . Furman Singers . . . bring on those operettas . . . BSU . . . loves to sing. BETTY CHAPMAN BISSELL. Pelzer B.A. Business Administration . . . married in junior year . . . Marshal . . . Bonhomie Beauty . . . former East girl and a bridge fiend . . . just wants to be a housewife. ELSIE ALICE BLACKWELL, Greenville B.A. Musk; . . . most talented senior . . . composing and writing as hobbies . . . Who’s Who . . . accompanied Furman Singers . . . inspiration to all who know her . . . Prelude . . . engaged to James. MAYNARD W. BLAND, Caffnf.y B.S. Bioi.ocy . . . regular visitor at the Nurses' Home . . . will enter S. C. Medical School . . . Alpha Epsilon Delta . . . Chi Beta Phi . . . American Chemical Society . . . TKE . . . finished college in three years . . . able pledge master of TKE. BETTY BOLEN, Wii.i.iston B.A. Exclisii . . . vice-president House Board . . . held down office job and many campus activities . . . East Dorm proxy . . . WAA. Student Council . . . likes all sports . . . attractive and likeable person . . . will teach. WILLIAM RAY BOWEN, Greenville B.S. Economics ... Pi Kappa Phi . . . filled with slow-burning energy . . . interesting person to talk with . . . enjoys life to the fullest . . . Spanish was no crip to him. JAMES L. BRADLEY, Chesepeakk, W. Va. B.A. Rkijcion . . . his glasses give him that typical preacher look . . . always cheerful . . . day student.’54 WILLIAM M. BRAILSFORD, Manninc B.A. Economics . . . Turret and Track Military Fraternity . . . treasurer of Senior Class . . . Cadet Pistol Club ... a love for military . . . pinned to June, nurse at Greenville General . . . Tan Kappa Epsilon. MICHAEL BRANDI, Bloomfield, N. J. B.A. IlisTOHV . . . BSU . . . Student Volunteers . . . BSU Council junior year . . . Furman Baud . . . Ministerial Union . . International Relations Club ... to enter the ministry. ROBERT EUGENE BRISSEY, Ware Shoals B.A. History . . . Ministerial Union . . . Student Volunteers ... marked up cuts ... a petite bundle of happiness . . . smiles from one ear to the other . . . always a friend. LOUELLA BROOKS. Greenville B.A. Mi;SIC . . . music main interest. Music Club, A Capclla Cboir . . . quiet nature . . . dependable . . . KDK . . . plans to leach music . . . ardent collector of records. ROBBIE ANN BROWN, Westminster B.A. Elesikstahv Education . . . always friendly and cheerful . . . BSU president, YVVA president . . . Senior Order. Who's Who. Student Council . . . Uidgccrest and Lee her favorites . . . plans to Ik- a DEE. FRED H. BROWN. Spartanburg B.A. Encusii . . . one of the Nona St. gang . . . enthusiastic over studies . . . constantly seen with English professors . . . looks like a big future. ROBERT SLOAN BROCK. HoSka Path B.A. IIistomv ani .............. in ROTC . . . Turret and Track . . . future minister . . . Ministerial Union. BSU . . . married last summer after finding a home at Fort Knox . . . praised the many G. I. parties. MARY EVA BRUCE. Camden B.A. 11 istouy . . . never loo Busy to miss a good time ... BSU Council, YWA. Student Volunteers . . . assistant to Dr. Gilpatrick . . . plans to ! • an educational director. BRAILSFORD BIKXIKS BHANDI BRISSEY BROCK BROWN. H. BROWN. F. BRUCESeniors BETTY BRYAN, Greenwood 15. A. Elkmentaiiy Education . . . gentle are her ways, reasonable, reliable, respected . . . will make an ideal teacher . . . neat as a pin . . . VNVCA Council, A Capelin Choir. NANCY JO BUCK, Charleston B.A. Economics . . . fuu loving and carefree gal ... a very friendly |H'rsonulity . . . noted for blonde hair and Ceochie brogue . . . live music her favorite . . . will do secretarial work . . . loyal always to her friends. DAVID S. BUFFAMOYER, Lebanon, Pa. 15,A. Psychology . . . played footl all all four years . . . "I5ig Dave” . . . outstanding as the block in fooll all . . . heavy eater . . . deep-sounding laugh. JOY BURCH, Greenville 15.A. Elbmbntahy Education . . . spent many weekends at Duke with her future doctor ... A Capella Choir, Wesley Foundation, French Club . . . sweet smile . . . will teach . . . engaged. JOYCE MARIE BURRIS. Charleston B.A. 11ISTOKY . . . sparkling jrerson.dity . . . Seniol Order. Who’s Who. vice-president Student Body . . . outstanding in all phases . . . cheerleader . . . active in athletics . . . unusually well-rounded and a natural leader . . . will marry Howard in summer. GERALDINE FRADY CARLISLE, Lyman B.A. Business Administration . . . thinks there’s no place like Clcmson . . . fun-loving . . . married Johnny in August . . . intelligent . . . FBLA . . . sensible . . . loves to laugh. SARAH CAROL CARTER. Lakeland, Ga. B.A. Encu.mi . . . Pat’s little sis . . . transfer from Brevard College . . . plans to teach . . . friendly . . . neat and very attractive . . . Rosemary her favorite. LOUISE BAILEY CARTER. Greenville B.A. Elkmkntaiiy Education . . . local lavs . . . loves to play bridge and go to SAE functions . . . on BonkOMu: staff . . . usually seen in her yellow car . . . friendly, amusing . . will teach.f54 ROBERT EARL CASH ION, Slater B.A. Economics anh Business Administration . .. very active in intramural . . . basketball . . . varsity baseball junior ami senior years . . . active in tin International Relations Club . . . frequently seen with Poole. JULIAN A. CAVE, JR., Greenville B.A. English . . . BSU Council . . . Ministerial Union . . . directed BSU Men's Choir . . . quiet . . . musical-minded. WADDY WILLIAM CHAPMAN, JR.. Inman B.S. Biology . . . president of SAE ... a brain with a terrific personality . . . Blur Key president . . . Alpha Ejssilon Delta . . . Chi Beta Phi . . . Echo business manager sophomore year . . . Student Council . . . BSU Council . . . Turret and Track . . . Furman Band first two years ... a friend to everyone. HAROLD L. CHESSER, Cleveland. Tekn. B.A. Kkugion . . . transferred from Lee College, Cleveland. Tcnn. . . . prominent in sports and extra-curricular activities while at Lee . . . another day student. CLINTON RICHARDSON, Westminster B.A. English . . . one of Furman’s returning veteran . . . beaming always . . . never a sordid word . . . full of energy ... a right jolly 'ole soul. JAMES ROBERT COLE. Charleston B.A. Ilisrouv . . . Ministerial Union . . . track team . . . intramural football ami liaseball . . . transfer from Mars Mill Junior College . . . active in religious activities . . . a future Rev. EUNICE ANN COOPER, Ware Shoals B.S. Home Economics . . . president Home Ec Club . . . Senior Order, Alpha Psi Omega . . . Theatre Guild . . . vice-president of State Home Ec Association . . . kept busy with all her activities . . . will teach. DOUGLAS VV. COPELAND, Greer B.A. Economics ... a businessman of the future . . . the economic state of man . . . all spelling work in a fine degree . . . mirrored in Psychology.Seniors SAMUEL L. COPELAND. Sumter B.A. English . . . Ministerial Union . . . married . . . friendly always . . . off to the seminary . . . enjoys talking to the professors; VINCENT M. COSTER, Greenville B.A. History . . . upright smile . . . future not known . . . interested in History. JOHN C. COTHRAN, Williamston B.A. Economics . . . charter member of Scabbard and Blade . . . Pistol Club . . . tennis team . . . treasurer of Scabbard and Blade . . . that businessman look . . . dorm student bis senior year. WORTH M. COTTINGHAM, Dillon B.A. Business Ai mi. t.stmation . . . SAP. all the way . . . class secretary first and second year . . . made frequent tri| s to Winthrop to see Ix u . . . Student I-cgis-lain re senior year . . . Furman Singers . . . lab. assistant senior year . . . roomed with George . . . good friend to those that know him . . . loved his summer in '53. CENE CARY COX, Greenville B;S. Biology . . . AKD . «i . Chi Beta Phi . . . Science Hall his second home . . . Seldom heard from . . . future M.D. WILLIAM GLENN COX. Cartersville, Ga. B.A. Economics and Physical Education . . . "Bill" . . . kept track of all KA's money . . . pinned to “Deo” . . . there’s no place like Georgia . . . and X. C. . . . Intramural standout . . . president of Intramural Council . . . always on all-star team . . . vice-president of Senior Class. DONALD E. CRAPPS. Columbia B.A. History - - . transfer from North Greenville . . . Foreign Missions Volunteer . . . well liked in all circles . . . pledged Pi Kappa Phi . . . quite active in Hr. Hichcy’s acting class . . . Ministerial Union . . . looked forward each year to the operetta with the singers . . . loved to sing on Volunteer trips . . . found a home at Furman . . . loved Haver's Spanish class. BUDDY FRANKLIN DAVIS, Fairfax B.A English . . . Forman Singers . . . Student Vohrn-t -er . . . always a smile . . . constantly attended vespers . . . plans to teach . . . loved Miys Baker's Music Appreciation Class . . typical “Geeehic" brogue.’54 ROBERT E. DAVIS, JR., Camden B-S. Chemistry . . . active in all intramural . . . Kenny’s big brother . . . Student Legislature . . . will go to nied school . . . represented SAE on IFC . . . secretary of Sophomore Class . . . worked part time. MARY LOUISE DEAN, Brevard, N. C. B.A. Elfmentamy Education . ... transfer from Brevard College . . . known to most as "XI. L." . . . big help on Bonhomie staff . . . active in religions organizations . . . genial jK'rsonality and fine friend . . . plans to teach. ROBERT S. DENDY. Weavervillk. N. C. B.A. SoCtorox.Y . . . Furman Singers . . . Westminster Fellowship . . . Sociology Club . . . transfer from Mars Hill Junior College . . . plans to enter the Presbyterian ministry . . . filled with humorous remarks. Richard H. DkShiemw, Crkf.nville B.S. BioijOCV . . . Turret and Track . . . Intramural iKiskctball ami football . . . Tail Kappa Epsilon . . . Westminster Fellowship . . . helped tremendously with Tekc homecoming float . . . strictly a Presbyterian . . . prolxiblv to see sprint in army. DAVIS DEAN .• DeVKN NY ottW I NTH U YSE N TOMMY A. DeVENNY, Charleston Heights B.A Speech . . . Alpha Psi Omega . . . Blue Key . . . Theatre (mild . . . president of Hat Court . . . Debating team . . . member of Ministerial Union . . . engages! to "Kay”. BEATRIX deWINTHUYSEN, Barcelona, Spain B.S. Bioi-oov . . . hones to In- a landscape architect . . . presislent of Cosmopolitan Club . . . love to travel ami meet people ... a very interesting personality . . . intelligent. VIRGINIA DARE DIXON, Bennett, N. C. B.S. Home Economics . . . Jenny . . . transferred from Campbell College . . . Theatre Cuild and Alpha Psi Omega . . . YWA ami BSU . . . very creative . . . plans to teach. JOHN C. DYER, Chickamauca,Ga. B.A. English . . . Blue Key . . . Cloister . . . BSU Council, local and state . . . loyal momtar of the Furman Singers . . . Echo business manager . . . president and deputation chairman of Student Volunteers . . . roomed with Mike ami Ryan . . . little boy with a big heart and personality . . . worker! in Dean's office . . . freshman advisor . . . liked participating in the operettas . . . very friendly. DENDY DeSHIKLDS DIXON DYERSeniors FRANCES EDENS, Dalzell B.S. Bioi-Ogy . . . studious Iml always ha time to lxr friendly . . . usually seen with twin Nelson . . . transfer from Winthrop . . . quiet . . . hopes to go into technology field. CHARLES A. EDWARDS. Cheer B.A. Rei Kaos: . . . Ministerial Union . . . transfer student from Bob Jones . . . new to Furman campus this year . . . Seminary bound. ELIZABETH E. EDWARDS, Corbin, Ky. B.A. History . . . "Liz” . . . beautiful black hair . . . graduated in January to mam- John . . . unpredictable . . wittiest senior . . . never ft dull moment when she's around . . . frequented summer schools . . . Bonhomie staff . . . Singers . . . will teach an«? housewife. PATRICIA ANNE EDWARDS, Greer B.A. Rei.k-.ion' . . . day student . . . will mam- Joe... beautiful voice . . . usually seen knitting or talking to fiancee . . . neat anti very- attractive . . . will do secretarial work. WM. RUSSELL EDWARDS, Moncks Corner B.A. English . . . worked on tin- Hornet . . . Furman Band in 1950 ... the big two Bill and Joe . . . (hat Charleston brogue . . . drives a green Ford . . . plans to tench. FRED C. ELLEN BURG, Greenville B.A. Physical Education . . . full of vim and vigor though it doesn’t always show . . . studious look . . . tlay student. NONA CLAIRE ERGLE, Langley B.A. Elkmkntawy Education . . . friendly to everyone . . . a soul of generosity and a true friend . . . kept us amused . . . pizza pie her weakness . . . large, pretty eyes . . . will teach . . . known as "Babes". MARY FRANCES EVANS, Lancaster B.A. Sociology . . . “MelBc” . . . limitless supply of energy which keeps her constantly on the go . . . another Ehaugh enthusiasts . . . summer school resulted in January- graduation . . . partial to Yankees, "cat” music . . . will do social work.’54 RAY E. EVANS, Buffaix) B.A. Socioukiv . . . served in the- Army between junior and senior years . . . subtle humor . . . Sociology Club . . . Furman Singers was bis favorite activity . . . will go to Southern Seminary next year. HUGH C. FINKLEA. Latta B.S. Cm mistiiv . . . SAE . . . Blue Key . . . Chi Beta Phi . . . Cloister . . . Turret and Track . . . business manager of Hornet . . . editor of Echo junior year . . . vice-president of Student Legislature . . . Freshman Advisory Board . . . president of American Chemical Society . . . Hat Court . . . studies late at night . , . loved to eat and drive "A" model . . . jovial . . . everybody's friend. THOMAS EARL FLOWERS, Alexandria, Va. B.A. Airr . . . Fletcher Hall was Ins second homer . . . rninored in English , . . played varsity football in ’46 and '47 . . . is married . . . ate lunch in canteen . . . "Tom" . . . Art Club . . . will make art a career. GARY T. FORRESTER. Taylors B.A. Spketii . . . frequently seen at Theatre Guild . . . Ministerial Union . . . Debating Club . . . what an actor! . . . liked history. RUTH FOSTER. IIonea Path B.A. Ei.lmi'.ntaky Education . . . very- effective as president of House Board . . . Who's Who, Senior Order, Student Council . . . enjoys many sjxuts and displays a mean stroke in tennis . . . never bashful . . . amusing and lively . . . will teach. NORMAN N. FRITTER, Falmouth, Va. B.A. History . . . transferred from Mars Hill . . . president of Canterbury Chib ... a Montague resident . . . German brain. LES W. FULLER. Dallas, Texas B.A. PsvcuoiOCY . . . Theta Chi president . . . varsity football all four years , . . Lt. Col. in ROTC in 11)50 . . . alternate captain of football team in 1950 . . . Army as a career. MALBA MOZELL GARDNER, Joanna B.A. Ei.kmkntary Education . . . dependable reporter for BSU . . . money holder for Senior Class ... A Capella Choir . . . YWA Council . . . quiet, sweet . . . to do Beligious Education work.Seniors MAXIE L. GARRETT, Laurens n.A. Economics . . . future in (he world of business . . . gmxl sport . . . sharp eyes . . . always neat . . . willingly interested. WILLIAM II. GEORGE, Greenville B.A. Business Administration . . . SAE forever . . . Turret and Track . . . Cadet Major in ROTO junior year . . . look up to him. DORCAS JANE GIBSON, Denmark B.A. Elementary Education . . . quiet natured and sweet . . . birthday present was a diamond from Charlie . . . active in YWA, BSU, Student Volunteers and A Capclla Choir . . . KL)E . . . will teach. GEORGE H. GIBSON, Charlotte, N. C. B.A. Histohy and Fnolisii . . . edited Echo his sophomore year . . . Blue Key . . . SAE . . . worked in Public Relations office • • • "ill lx an intelligence officer in Army . . . probably will go to graduate school . . . switchboard wonder . . . graded for Daniel . . . assistant Intramural Athletics Director. NORMAN E. GILLESPIE, Liberty B.A. Rki.iciox . . . one of Furmans daily commuters ... interested in Sociology ... a future in religious work ... may go to a seminary. JOSEPH M. CILREATH, Horseshoe, N. C. B.A. Physical Education . . . KA for the glory of the Ole South . . . Purple Hurricane's mainstay . . . basket-hall and track . . . our Cadet Colonel . . . often seen with "Bo” . . . shined at Fort Knox . . . hails from N. C. mountains. BRENDA AMELIA GLENN, Marion, N.C. B.A. Business Administration . . . usually seen with Webster . . . good friend and an understanding listener to troubles . . . blue Buick and many pizzas . . . intellectual . . . enjoys music ami bridge . . . hopes to work for the government . . . engaged. ALICE GOODWIN, Union B.A. History ... a real blonde . . . East Dorm president . . . Furman Singers. IRC . . . neat . . . loves to sleep . . . bridge player . . . easy going . . . will teach.’54 SYDELLE COSNELL, Crkknvujj: B.A. Music . . . known as "Sadie Dellc" . . . her dish is anything musical . . . BSU and Day Student Councils. A Capelin Choir . . . found time to (each piano . . . will work in the field of music education. ALAN W. GRAGG. Brunswick, Ga. B.A. Histuhy . . . varsity tennis . . . varsity debating ... tall blond . . • well informed . . . good natures! . . . contagious grin ... to complete training for ministry . . . pleasing appearance. REGINALD FAY GRAHAM, Seneca B.A. Elkmkntahy Education . . . "Reggie” . . . Sociology Club. Theatre Guild . . . KDK . . . enjoyed her practice teaching . . . graduated in January . . . pretty girl . . . very understanding nature . . . lots of fun . . . will teach. CHARLES R. GRANGER. Greenville B.A. Physical. Education . . . Theta Chi all the way . . . Blue Key . . . Ouatcrion Club . . . one of the Purple Paladins . . . track first three vears . . . football r rv'Jnan year... president of Student Body ... president of t heta Chi . . . president of South Carolina Student Government Association . . . “Best Dressed” Senior Superlative. BEN T. GREEN, Greer B.A. Economics . . . day student . . . commuted from Crecr every day . . . quiet and reserved . . . liked by those who know him . . drives an Olds . . . most c lasses io West . . . returned to campus only for KA meetings. JACK A. GREEN, Greenville B.A. llisTonv . . . amicable smile . . . talks with interest . . . affable . . . meticulous dresser . . . cosmopolitan nonchalance. DOROTHY A. GREENE, Bi.owing Roc k, G B.A. Business Adminintoatiox . . . "Dottie" . . . attended Lee's McRae College ... a golf and bridge enthusiast . . . talent for marrying off roommates . . . always fun to he around. HOWARD J. GREER. Spartanburg B.A. English . . . Furman Singers . . . loads of fun... startling character . . . will go to the seminary . . . unusual personality . . . always talking. GRANGER GREER GRAHAM GREENE GRAGG GREEN. J COSNELL GREEN. BSeniors CLARENCE O. GRIFFIN, Spartanburg B.A. Sociology . . . Phi Kappa Phi . . . Furman Singers . . . Sociology Club . . Debaters . . . an eye for the women . . . member of the Trio . . . enjoys singing and singers. WENDELL C. CROSS, Cumberland, Md. B.A. History . . . loyal mendier of the Furman Singers . . . Ministerial Union . . . sings in "the Trio" . . . transferred from North Greenville . . . always pleasant . . . an eye for pretty girls . . . loves to sing . . . operettas’ friend. 4 HAL W. HALL. Belton B.A. Physic a i Education . . . makes himself known . . . anything but quiet . . . that smile will slay you. LARRY M. HARDING, Buffalo B.A. English . . . former sports editor to the Hornet and Bonhomie . . . baseball for four years . . . intramural football . . . Block "F" Club . . . Furman Singers . . . miuored in Journalism. CHARLES D. HARRELL, Florence B.A. Business Administration . . . business manager of Home! '52 . . . SAE forever . . vice-president of Freshman Class and Sophomore Class . . . member of Student Legislature . . . cheerleader . . . Freshman Advisory Board. JOSEPH K. HARRIS. Charleston B.A. Psychology . . . pledged SAF. . . . very jovial . . . Psychology Club . . danced in 'The Red Mill" . . . entertained freshmen ami sophomores with song and dance routines . . . very friendly . . . most sincere personality . . . "Cccehic" boy. JAMES M. HAYMORE, Mc.Caysvillk.Ca. B.S. Biology . . . TKE . . . definitely a golf fiend . . . a Teke ping-pong fan . . . deep voice . . . spare time at the golf links . . . jovial . . . Santa Claus laugh. PATRICIA IRENE HAYS, W. Palm Beach, Fi.a. B.A Elkmkntahy Education ... graduated in January . . . loves bridge and writing letters . . . Sociology Club . . . attended her share of summer schools . . . variety of interests . . . will teach.'54 EVANS S. FULL. Eclectic, Ala. B.A. Psychology . . . plans graduate study in psychology . . . married . . . day student . . . seldom heard him speak. JAMES C. HIGHSM1TH, Laurens B.A. Rni igion . . . will probably attend the seminary next year . . . showed interest in his studies . . . should succeed in his field . . . fine person to know. MARY JOYCE HINES. Campobello B.A. Klkmentaiiv Kdwaiio.v . . . friendly . . . transfer from Gardner-Webb . . . likes the mountains . . . attractive. industrious and good-natured . . . BSU, YWA, YWCA . . . diamond at Christmas . . . will teach. DELMAS G. UODGENS, Tayi.ous B.A. Anr . . . Theta Chi forever . . . minored in Sociology . . . always interesting . . . fun-loving ... a good word for someone . . . success I round. RUFORD R. UODGENS. Florence B.A. Bra ii.ion . . . vice-president of Ministerial Union . . unusual speaking voice . - • inspirational talks in ehapet for vespers. JO ANNE HOLLAND. Greenville B.A. Fhkncii . . . “Jody" . . . quiet hut always friendly . . . KDE . . . dependable and willing worker . . . plans to teach French . . . likes music ami movies. COLUMBUS R. HOPPER. Forest City, N. C. B.A. Sociology . . . seldom seen around the campus ... Sociology Club . . . conscientious in his studies . . . comes daily from X, C. JACQUELINE HORNE. Orangeburg B.A. Business AdministmatioN . . . “Jackie" . . . married George in December . . . well dressed, well known, well liked . . . Bonhomie Beauty . . . Social Standards . . . studious ami stately.Seniors BETTY LOUISE HORTON. Early Branch B.A. English . . . transferred from North Greenville — active in YWA, BSU, Student Volunteers . . . like, : music, poetry . . . interested in being a minister's wife . . . to teach. LEWIS HOVE, Newberry B.S. Biology . . . brilliant . . . Theta Chi dream girl . . . flirtatious, friendly . . . Chi Beta Phi, Hand and Torch . . . plans to enter x-ray technician school . . . charming. JOSEPH B. MUCKS, Conway B.A. Spanish . . . shy, but friendly . . . easy-going . . . considerate to all . . . liked by everyone. BARBARA JEAN HUGHES, Union B.A. Sociomxiy . . . Ehaugh fan . . . slur will do social work . . . Sociology Club. YWCA. YWA. BSU . . . excellent worker with children at Shriners Hospital. KENNETH W. HUGHEY, Greenwood B.A. Encusii . . . BSU . . Furman Singers . . . transfer from North Greenville Junior College . . . future minister. ROBERT YV. HUNTER, Chkesville B.A. Business Aoministhation . . . "Chub" . . - lived in Dorm senior year ... a place in the mountains . . . sporty . . . known by all . . . .small of stature . . . full of energy . . . sleepy look . . . SAK, MARY WELLS HURSEY, Falkland B.A. Economics . . . scholarly skilled, unlimited abilities . . . Prelude. Social Standards, editor Echo . . . unique personality .. . interesting to know . . . intense viewpoints . . . fashionable . - . loves music. ANN KATHERINE HURST. Knoxviux,Tens. B.A. Spkkch . . . always busy with a play . . . president Theatre Guild, vice-president Alpha Psi . . . WAA Council . . . likes all sports . . . reads poetry as a hobby . . . plans to teach.'54 ALBERT W. HUYCK, W. Palm Beach, Fla. B.A. History . . .active in all religious activities . . . will enter tin- ministry . . . HSU and Student Volunteers . . . hails from the sunny state . . . lived in coveted Ccer apartment with NVcndel and James . . . liked by all. BEVERLY JUNE JANTZEN, Charleston B.A. Kkolisu . . . versatile . . . "Bev" . . . LSA, Sociology Club. NVAA . . . talented, talkative, tops ... a sincere friend . . . transferred front College of Charleston . . . to teach . . . pretty red hair. BETTY SUE JENKINS. Greenville B.A. Enclimi . . . "Jciiks" . . . usually Seen with Wool-bright . . . co-president of Townes . . . BSU and YWA Councils . . . sincere . . . well liked. DAVID W. JOHNSON, Hendersonville, N. C. B.A. Histomy . . . Kappa Phi Kappa . . . Cosmopolitan Club . . . came to Furman from Brevard College . . . educational fit-id may be bis profession . . . clean-cut... not overly interested in some subjects. ELINOR HALL JOHNSON. Walhalla B.A. Ei.kmkntahy Education . . . sweet, smart . . . transfer from Shorter College . . . secretary KDE, president of Psychology Club . . . thoughtful . . . many weekends spent at The Citadel . . . future teacher or graduate work. FAITH JOHNSON, Magnolia. N. C. B.A. English . . . transferred from Cardm.-r-Webb . . . sincerely interested in others . . . wears a sparkler on third left . . . always friendly . . . attractive. JAMES D. JOHNSON. Benson, N.C. B.A. English . . . Furman Theatre Guilt! ... in several plays . . . Philosophy Club . . . Cosmopolitan Club . . . good pianist and organist . . . BSU tanincil and director of BSU Choir junior year . . . Ministerial Union . . . Student Volunteers . . . one a. in. bull sessionist . . . admired Daniel and Rutledge. FRANCIS LEON JOHNSON, Sumter B.A. History . . . (raster of Madison Baptist Church... will enter seminary soon . . . married . . . always smiling . . . not too fond of Geology . . . studious . . . hard worker. IIUYCK JANTZEN JOHNSON. E. JOHNSON. FAITH JENKINS JOHNSON. D. JOHNSON. J. JOHNSON. FRANCISSeniors MAYER L. JOHNSON, Kinakds B.A. English . . . Cloister . . . constantly studies . . . lived in Geer . . . dressed neatly . . . intelligent . .. quiet spoke.........literary. NORMA ALINE JOHNSON, Union B.A. Ki.kmkntaiiy Kducat ion ... a lovely face and a good mind . . . many boy friends but settled to one this year . . . noted for “Norma Notes" in Hornet . . . Bonhomie, KDE, Singers . . . Clcmson was fre |uently her lestination ... a real wit and well rounded personality . . . many interests . . . will instruct "little ones". MARGUERITE JOHNSTON. Greenville B.A. English . . . came t i Furman by way of Agnes Scott . . . intelligent . . . KDK. Hand and Torch, Prelude. Art Club. Marshal . . . oo-editor of Echo . . . very attractive . . . neat dresser . . . talented. CLARENCE R. JOLLY, Prentiss, Miss. B.A. Business Administration . . . transferred from Ole Miss. . . . tops in anyone's book . . . well rounded personality . . . enjoys a good time . . . excellent taste in clothes and other things . . . Pi K A .. . will he successful because of his capabilities . . . thinks married life is the most. MARGARET SUE JOLLY. Edgefield B.A. Elementary Education . . . finished in January . . . added the Mrs. to her name last summer . . . pleasing personality and likeable person . . . KDK. secretary of Freshman and Sophomore Classes ... a real talent for cooking and looking after Clarence . . . intelligent, gracious . . . will teach the smallest ones. ED B. JONES, Greenville B.A. History . . . Ex-Marine . . . took most of Dr. Gilly's classes . . . one of Graham Field’s residents . . . married . . . IRC prexy . . . bounding voice . . . friend to all. LEWIS EARLE JONES, Ware Shoals B.S. Ciikmisthy . . . American Chemical Society . . . intramural tennis . . . SAK . . . friendly, easy going, well dressed . . . hangout on first floor Geer . . . what a smile. PAUL JUSTICE. Waynesvili-e, N. C. B.A. Encijsii . . . came to Furman from Navy . . . tennis enthusiast . . . made friends quickly ... is bound to succeed in whatever he chooses to do.'54 HAL DAVID KELLEY, Greenville U.A. Poutical. SciKNtK . . . International Relations Club . . . Political Forum . . resided at Furmanville... capable . . . favored politicians. NEVELLE C. LAMBERT, Manning R.A. Socioi.OCY . . . Band . . . TKE . . . Sociology Club . . . Student Volunteers . . . Ministerial Union . . . intramural football, basketball, softball . . . president of Band . . Color Guard . . . worked afternoons at Belles. LOUIE B. LAWRIMORE. Hemingway B.A. Economics . . tolsacco fanner from lower state . . . lived in 204 Geer four years . . . liked military . . . Scabbard and Blade ... Pistol Club proxy ... substituted for night watchman . . collects guns . . . Theatre Guild. GAYLORD J. LEHMAN, Inman B.A. History . . . BSU . . . transferred from Gardner-Wcbb College . . . defimtelv engager! . . . good speaker . . . will succeed in bis field of ministry . . . reserved. CHARLES A. LENARS, Nice, France B.A. Enci.ish . . . will return to France . . . plans to come back to the States . . . maybe to teach . . . Cosmopolitan Club . . . fine personality . . . went to Mexico last summer . . . frequent help to French classes . . . fine jx-rsonality. MILDRED LEOPARD, Liberty B.A. Enousii . . . "Mick" . . . sincere, quiet, friendly . . . transferred from North Greenville . . . active in religious organizations . . . very attractive . . . Home-coming Queen . . . engaged to be a doctor's wife. DONALD II. LINDSEY, Charleston B.A. Business Administration ... Pi Kappa Phi . . . Block "K" Club . . . Iniseball all four years . . . Intramural Council and all of its activities . . . fraternity-minded ... bard to get to know ... of Montague crowd. WILLIAM LOUKIDES, New Haven, Conn. B.A. Business Administration . . . joyous always . . . black hair, dark complexion . . . agreeable nature . . . that slow sure type . . . abided usually at West Hall . . . headed toward the business world.I CHARLES HENRY LUCADO, Columbia B.A. IliiTOHY... of flic Gruhatii Ml wig... toll ami frtcnctl,.. often nrii iiumliiin outside Shin in Imll MvMoni... always lools marly inlantrd. VANITA LYDA, Husdfmsyilu:, N. C, HA. Music... beautiful voice... always chirr fid.,. ardent Furman Siiijter ami president of. . . hobby is incimtri iiig HcmtM jitolcj ... Mfc mountains,,. iw lx a music inslnicfor. HERBERT L LYNCH Norn B A. IIlstohv ,,, roomed a( Plylcr's this year... Quiet ami likeable ... Furman Sinjlcn... StMord ml Blade ... Kappa Wii Kappa ,., UKmojtolifan Club... BSU and SIikkiiI Volunims . . . plaint to teach , . . seen with Janie . JESSE C. MADDOX, LaCka.nce, Ga. B.A. Km.umi ... arsily football, lowball, tennis .., Blue Kcv . . , SAK . . . pnMdctil ol Junior Cl.m . . . Tnibby'. . . Block "E” Club ... vet)’ vnergetfa J. C. MAINEK, Ijasiivnc, Km. B.A. Sw-row . . . active fn church .. . music director in out-of-town church . . . furnished music for vespers... his future !« • within .• church. LKONAKD II. MAN CUM. Cmt: vo.u: B.A. Mistohv . .. K.ipjvi Phi K. | | .i .. . evidently plans to loach ... if »». should succeed ... set in ways . . . active person.'54 DOROTHY JEAN MANLY, Creknvillk B.A. Bisinuss Administration . . . "Dottle" . . . local lass who etunr from Mars Hill . . . like.' Furman Singers . . . didiked studying; so did office work in afternoons . . . to do secretarial work. WALTER LEE MARTIN, Ware Shoals B.A. Business Aomin is Thai ion . . . roomed with Mike . . . Who's Who . . . neat dresser . . . Student Legislature proxy . . . Handbook editor . . . went to all the parties . . . had purple door . . . Quaternion Club . . . Press Club . . . Blue Key . . . Freshman Advisory Board . . . business manager of Bonhomik junior year. DAISY IVELL MANN. Avon Park. Fla. B.S. Home Economics . . . sincerely friendly . . . transferred froitt Anderson College . . . will teach and be a housewife . ■ ■ BSU, Home Ec Club . . . Newberry often her destination for weekends. JAMES B. MATTISON. Belton B.A. Encunii . . . tell him by bis walk . . . quiet and reserved . . . big eyes . . . slow moving . . . always went steady with Dot . . . appreciates good wit . . . roomed with a freshman. LOUISE MARCUM. Easley B.A. Akt . . friendly day student . . . very talented ... enjoys sketching . . . worked in the art department . . . intends to teach art. for which she is well qualified. JAMES C. MATTISON. Belton B.A. Business Administration . . . competent treasurer of TKE . . . Teke "House Mother" ... a friend to everyone . . . good listener . . . profitable ideas. DAN II. MARSHALL, Greenville B.S. Ciikmisthy . . . likes golf . . . the tall linksman .. . one of the married men . . . trying to overcome a costly op]x»iug birdie ... a possible future in Chemistry. JAMES C. MAYO, Elmer, La. B.A. Religion . . . ministerial student ... in the Navy-five years previous to Furman . . . married . . . two children . . . “The Highest Calling" . . . plans to go to a seminary. MARCUM ' MARSHALL MATTISON. J. C. MAYO MANLY MARTIN MANN MATTISON, J. B.Seniors JAMES D. McCLAIN, Ware Shoals B.A. Encijsh . . . varsity golf . . . Furman Singers . . . active in Student Volunteers . . . wonderful pianist . . . well-dressed. OTIS BILLY McDANIEL, Warrenvillr B.A. Sociology . . . faithful Student Volunteer . . . Ministerial Union . . . Greater Council of BSU . . . little in stature, big in heart . . . future in religious work. WILCEY M. MCDONALD, Liberty B.A. Physical Education . . . active in intramurals . . . transferred from North Greenville Junior College . . . married . . . love of sports . . . future plans not decided. BLANCHE MejUNKIN, Pickens B.A. Elementary Education . . . quiet, friendly . . . always willing to be helpful . . . transfer from North Greenville . . BSU. Student Volunteers. YWA . . . assisted Miss Lula during epidemics . . . intends to go into foreign missions. PAUL B. MejUNKIN, Greenville B.A. History and Poluical Science . . . member of 1KC . . . contributions to "One Man's Opinion" in Hornet . . . freshman basketball team . . . will teach or do work in State Department. LUCILLE WINIFRED McMINN, Greenville B.S. Biology . . . lalw kept her busy . . . music is her ItastiiiK . . . day student . . . Dr. Williams one of her avorftes . . . will go to med school or x-ray technician. HAROLD H. MILLER. Spartanburg B.A. Business Administration . . . secretary of Pi Kappa Phi . . . transferred from Mars Hill . . . the guy with free smokes . . . Ann's brother . . . truly a great person. JOHN A. MILLER, Belmont, N. C. B.A. Philosophy and Hisiohy . . . BSU Executive Council . . . cheerful smile . . . HOTC staff . . . always happy . . . vice-president of Student Volunteers.'54 LEWIS T. MILLER, Seneca B.A. Psychology , . . a reserved look . . . frequently quiet . . . oval face, one wave on top . . . dedicated to serve in the religious field . . , out to succeed. WILLIAM C. MILLER, Greenville B.S. Biology . . . KA brother . . . AED . . . Chi Bela l’hi . . . always seems happy . . . interesting smile . . . friendly . . . nonchalant walk . . . alert . . . future in medicine. CEORCE J. MITCHELL. Greek B.A. RiUJCiox . . . his thinned hair didn't affect his beaming personality ... a preachcr-lmy bound to complete his high calling. MARTHA MOORE, Meridian, Miss. B.A. Music . . . head marshal . . . president of North Dorm . . . lovely voice lead operettas . . . Furman Singers, Music Club. Social Standard . . . flirtatious, friendly, vivacious red head . . . intelligent ... a sweet girl ... to teach music. WILLIAM P. MORROW. Landrum B.A Mathkm.vtics . . . frequently seen with C.'rapps and company . . at vipers regularly . . . seemingly carefree . . . never sameness in expression. • GLENN R. MOSTELLER. Greenwood B.A. Histoiiy . . . Ministerial Union ... to attend Southeastern Seminars . . . friendly to all . . . highest Christian ideals. JACK S. MULLINS. Creenviuje B.A. Piiii.osoi'iiv asii Bki.ioion . . . Hand and Torch ... Student legislature . . . Ministerial Union . . . deputation chairman of Student Volunt rers . . . Geology |al assistant . . . minister to be. SYLVIA MURRAY. Mr. Vernon, Ga. B.A ExclJSil . . . transfer from Brewt Parker Junior College . . . BSU, YWA. Student Volunteers . . . likes to hike ... to teach . . . sweet personality.Seniors WILLIAM P. MYERS, Canton, X. C. H.A. Psychology . . . Tunc! and Track . . . Psychology Club . . . married . . . active in religious activities . . . received commission last spring. JUDITH ANN NEILEY, Ridgewood. N. J. B.A. Business Administration . . . clever, cute, chatty . . . friendly ... A Capella Choir. Wesley Foundation. YWCA . . . | artiai to N. J. . . . future secretarial work . .. pleasant. BILLY B. NELSON, Greenwood B.A. History . . . another Bill . . . light complexion . . . an apparent love for bow ties . . . usually serious-minded . . . will probably study further in a seminary next year. MARGARET ELIZABETH NESMITH. Nesmith B.A. SociOLOCY . . . attractive, neat . . . transfer from Coker . . . active in religious organizations . . . Sociology Club. Furman Singers ... to teach. KENNETH M. NEWTON, Greenville B.A. History ... to continue study for ministry at Wake Forest . . . married . . . hidden smile . . . very congenial . . . not seen too frequently . . . candid . . . frank- . . . slender. ORLA FISK NIELSSEN, Houston, Texas B.A. Political Science, Economics, and History . . . mcmlxT of JKC . . . TKE all the way . . . wrote “One Man's Opinion" for the llomct . . . intramurals . . . married . . . ‘‘Niel” . . . favorite professors Gillie, Hooper. Hat rill. Babb ... on Dean’s list every Semester ... to set some sort of r cord with 160 hours. JAMES T. NORWOOD. McBee B.A. Enc.ijsu . . . Ministerial Union . . . Student Volunteer . . . Cosmopolitan Club . . . BSU Executive Council . . . always lending a helping hand . . . graduates in August . . . future minister. GUY S. O'BRIEN, Florence B.S. BunXX:v . . . Miss Douglas' assistant ... a Geer Hall playbov . . . plans to enter rned school in the fall . . . SAE.'54 BENC-CHENC OON- Teluk Anson, Perak, Malaya B.S. Biolocv . . . definitely the .studious type, luvs the average to prove it . . . Chi Beta Phi secretary . t . Cosmopolitan Club . . . Who’s Who, Hand and Torch . . . well liked by students and faculty . . . very sincere. SENG KOK OON, Teluk Anson, Perak, Malaya B.A. Mathematics . . . ping-pong and tennis expert. lover of TV . . . good student . . . TKE . . . "Lean-it”. BETTY OWEN, Greenville B.A. Elementary Education . . . transferred from Meredith College . . . smart in appearance . . . hair of unusual color . . . varied interests ... to teach. JOCELYN PARRY, Charleston B.A. Sociot.ocv . . . beach is her favorite place . . . Winthrop transfer . . . made up hours and filled up date hook simultaneously at The Citadel summer session ... plans to do case work. CARL E. PATTERSON. LaKhance B.A. Religion . . . Ministerial Union . . . transfer from Anderson Junior College ... a preacher who can psychoanalyze his congregation. JOHN F. PEARCE, Nichols B.A. Mathematics . . . Engineering Club . . . Chi Beta Phi . - . Cloister . . . BSU . . . taught freshman class of math . . . walking brain . . . good looking . . . married senior year. CHARLES L. PARKS, Lockhart B.A. Art . . . prexv of Art Club . . . Echo art editor... future artist ... of the incomparable dean’s office gang . . . seen with Waddy. RUFUS C. PEARSON, Calhoun Falls B.A. History . . . definitely svholehog for History . , . enjoys Babb’s bull and Gillies dry-humor . . . fin’d him waiting under the tower between classes. 00N. B. PARRY OON. S. PATTERSON OWEN PEARCE PARKS PEARSONSeniors : EUGENE S. PEDRICK. Fitzgerald, Ca. B.A. Physical Education . . . football all four years . . . baseball freshman year . . . footI ;«H whiz, especially .sophomore year . . . hardly ever a smile . . . a sjxut in all maimers . . . his eyes seemed to hold a secret no one knows . . . sly humor. JO ANN PERKINS, Nashville, Ca. B.A. Business Administration . . . capabilities unlimited . . Senior Order, Who's Who, WAA, Furman Singers . . . president of Student Body . . . conscientious in everything she does . . . engaged to Joe . . . wonderful person to know. JO BETH PERKINS, Nashville, Ga. B.A. Physical Education . . . very cute . . . annual May Court member and homecoming attendant . . . loved by all who know her . . . WAA Council . . . interested in the Navy, but still a Furman male favorite . . . always well dressed . . . marriage is her main goal. HAMPTON I. PERRY. Greenville B.A. English . . . pastor of Welcome Baptist Church . . . worker! for Western Auto . . . sold insurance . . . very friendly to everyone. JOHN W. PHILLIPS, Greek B.A. Political Science . . . member of IRC. ... of the political band . . . has that contented look about him ... a future muylic in politics. RICHARD S. POLLOCK. Georgetown B.A. Sociology . . . corresponding secretary for KA ... editor of the Hornet . . . extremely loyal . . . "Polly" . . . vice-president of the Furman Singers . . . Battalion Staff PIC) in ROTC . . . president ol Pn-ss Club . . . proudly hailed from Georgetown . . . friendly . . . always working on the lloruct. RORERT R. POOLE, Cijvyton. N. C. B.A. Sociology . . . BSU . . . Student Volunteers . . , Sociology Club . . . freshman basketball . . . varsity basketball sophomore and senior years- . . . made a wonderful showing with the Paladins after a years absence . . . shy Bob ! . . future minister. CHARLES L. POWER, Greenville B.A. English . . . transferred from Mars Mill . . . BSU . . . great jokestcr . . . plans to enter ministry . . . enthusiastic . . . conversationalist extraordinary . . . personality plus . . . all-round great guy.’54 HELEN ANNE PRICE. Seneca B.A. English . . . married Ray after finishing in January . . . gracious, gifted, gay . . . French Club, KDE, Prelude . . . "Bridge, anyone?’’ . . . ambitious ... a good Student. THOMAS R. PRICE. Greenville B.A. Economics ami Business Administration . . . enjoyed baskctlwl! as witnessed in bis now famous Madison Square Carden episode . . . member of the debating team . . . worked for Kress. CHARLES H. RABON, Lucoff B.A. Psychology . . . intramurals . . . president of Ministerial Union . . . married before liis senior year . . . likeable . . . earnest worker . . . future minister. JoLENA RABON. Siiklby. N. C. B.A. English . . . Cardner-Wobb transfer . . . became , .Mrs. last summer . . . studious . . . friendly and always a smile . . . plaits to teach, hut mainly housewife. MATTHEW M. RABON, Taylors B.A. Sociology . . . Ministerial Union . . . pastor of Bock If ill Baptist Church . . . very likeable . . . not seen on the campus very much. KATHRYN JANE RAINES. Columbia B.A. Mathematics . . . outstanding grades . . . Chi Beta Phi . . . YWA, BSU, Student Volunteers . . . engager! to Bcmett . . . loved Furman Singers . . . trustworthy and efficient, exact ... to Iw a preacher's wife. JO ANN RANKIN, Liberty B.A. English . . . very friendly person . . . willing worker . . . frequent proctor in West . . . president A Capolla Choir . . . active in BSU, YWA . . . another Clcmson fan . . . will teach. JAMES I. RANSBOTHAM, Atlanta. Ga. B.A. Political Science and History . . . three varsity seasons of football . . . tennis team . . . married . . . sports-minded.M ARION K. REED, Winter Garden-, Fla. B.A. Fiivsicai. Education . . . loyal KA . . . om- who studied . . . married Dot last spring . . . well liked by .ill . . . Kappa Phi Kappa . . . State shot-put champ . . . Scabbard and Blade . . . Pistol Club . . . Bat Court . . . four years of varsity football. WILLIAM B. REEVES. Greenville B.A. Bcmnkss Aoministhation . . . KA forever . . . fraternity column writer for the Hornet . . . president of KA . . . secretary of I EC . . . ROTC officer. PATRICIA RICHARDSON, Seneca B.S. Home Economics . . . received a diamond from Nevoile . . . Home Ec is her main interest . . . “Pat" . . . plans to teach . . . enjoys sewing and cooking. RICHARD W. RILEY. Greenville B.A. Business Adminisimation . . . vice-president of Bine Key . . . Quaternion . . . Who's Who - . . took part in all intramoral' . . . president of Student Council . . . Freshman Advisory Board . . . Student-Faculty Board . . . Senior Superlative Most Friendly . . . SAF.. MARTHA RODGERS, Caujson B.A. Enolish . . . I-ander College transfer . . . prevy of Rosemary . . . forever smiling, talking . . . head desk girl . . . BSl Student Volunteers . . . friendly . . . pleasant to be around. FULTON F. ROGERS, Florence B.S. Chemistry . . . Student Council all four years . . . secretary of Senior ('lass . . . Bonhomie photographer sophomore year . . . varsity tennis team for him years . . . always seen with SAF brothers . . . another “down stater". MIRIAM ROPER. Six Miu. B.A. SociOLOCV . . . friendly . . . Mars Hill transfer . . . witty . . . active in religious organizations . . . YWA president . . . Sociology Club . . . sweet, kind, helpful . . . a sincere person. CHARLES H. ROSS. Carteksvillk. Ga. B.A. Economics . . . played all intramural sports . . . freshman baseball . . . effervescent personality . . . lived in KA bouse . . . hearty laugh . . . eoo]H-rative . . . sports enthusiast . . . big frame . . . walks with pride.JOSEPH P. ROSS, JR., Blanky B.A. Business Administration . . . four years with the Fumun Band . . . Fc-p Band . . . RiHc Team . . . roomed with brother . . . quiet . . . nice penon to know . . . to) al ImikI member. MARY BELL KUDO. Riockvillk B.A. Phvmtal Education . . . slender, graceful person . . . transfer from Campbell College ... PE Majors Club. WAA. Social Standards Board, A Capclla Choir . . . active in sports . . , deep, mellow voice . . . likely to teach. OTIS W. RUTLEDGE, Greenville B.A. Musk: . . . with the Furman Band three years . . . proxy of tin Band and student conductor junior year . . . Pep Band director . . . Music Club . . . married and has a child. HELEN PATRICIA SAUNDERS, N. Augusta B.A. Frknch . . . "Pat” . . . came to FU by way of Augusta Junior College . . . president of French Club . . . BSU. Prelude . . . spent many hours in the French listening room . . . always- pleasant . . . friendly . . . will teach. MYRTLE SE1CLEK, Waltehboro B.A. Elf.mp.ntary Education . . . “Myrt" . . . transfer from North Greenville . . . witty . . , hanlworkcr . . . likes the lower jxirt of the State . . . plans to go into religious education work. FRANKLIN D. SELVY, Corbin, Ky. B.A. Physical KdCCATION . . . “Fabulous Frank, the Corbin Comet” . . . All-American in iMskctkdl . . . Nation's No. I scorer on the hardwood . . . SAK . . . Senior Class prexy . . . made Furman famous as well as himself . . . Dell Sports Trophy as the All-American . . . great in more ways than one . . . Blue Key . . . Who’s Who. EFFIE WORLEY SEWELL. Crhwit i B.A. Elemextarv Education ... Bobs wife ... active in many sports and organizations . . . '33 Bonhomie business manager . . . Senior Order, KDE. preside nt of Sociology Club . . . dependable and like-able . . . will teach. BUTLER T. SHAW, Belton B.A. Rlucion . . . transfer from Anderson College . . . plans to preach and teach . . . couldn't always account for his class cuts . . . slow-moving . . . frequently seen in the Dean's office. SAUNDERS SHAW ROSS SKICI.KK RUDD SELVY RUTLEDGE SEWELLSeniors EMMA FRANCES SHELL, Greenviu.e B.A. Sociology . . . "Sneed” . . . very jolly personality . . . Wesley Foundation president . . . Day Student Council... always ready for a good laugh ... A Capelin Choir , . . possibly a Religious Education Director. BETTY SHIRLEY, Anderson B.A. Fi.EMKVTAKY EDUCATION ... always on the go — most original senior . . . active on BSU Council . . . president of Main Dorm . . . transferred from Anderson College . . . well known and liked. BARBARA RUTH SHOCKLEY. Union B.A. English . . . attractive . . . finished in three years . . . summer school at Wofford . . . isetitc . . . SAE sweetheart . . . Social Stand arils . . . lighthearted . . . starred with Jackie in dorm dramas . . . kept Furman boys in a whirl. GEORGE O. SHORT. Greenville B.A. Business Administkation . . . SAE . . . Scabliard and Blade . . . Student Council . . . Hornet business manager. Student-Faculty Committee, president of Future Business Leaders of America . . . married last year. ELSIE SMALL. Heath Serincs B.A. Physical Education . . . transfer from North Greenville . . . energetic, especially in sports . . . likes people . . . practice teacher who looked like a student . . . will teach. JERRY W. SMITH. Lyman B.A. Sociology . . . Furman Singers . . . Pistol Club . . . played in intramurals . . . practically engaged . . . admiration for Mr. Biiamc. HENRY HOLMAN SMITH, JR.. Inman B.A. Physical Education ...varsity football four years . . . Theta Chi . . . really a nice fellow . . . married two weeks before summer camp . . . will make a fine coach. JOE K. SMITH, Greer B.A. Economics . . . transferred from North Greenville . . . good Matured . . . high standard of value . . . genuine . . . friendly . . . n liard worker.’54 ROBERT L. SNEAD, Greenville B.A. Physical Education . . . (our years of varsity football . . . good athlete . . . married to Mary Jo in 52 . . . cheerful and full of fun . . . great morale builder at Fort Knox. WILLIAM Z. SNOW, Simpsonvhxe B.S. Biology . . . TKE who made most of frat life... Pistol Club . . . Rifle Team . . . will go to mod school . . . summer camp is yet to come. FRANKIE MAE SOLESBEE, Greenville B.A. Business Administuation . . . day student . . . quiet, unassuming . . . nice to know . . . plans to l e an accountant. LENA REYNOLDS SPANGENBERC, Edcefield B.A. Psychology ... a wonderful person to know . . . married Jim last Summer . . . commuted from ‘Tiger town" . . . Dr. Rutledge one of Ivor favorites . . . was sccrctary for him . . . intends to do student counseling, for which she is well qualified. ANITA SPARKS, Spruce Pine.N.C. B.A. Elementary Education . . . "Nila" . . . definite drawl . . . vice-president KDE. Social Standards. Marshal . . . loquacious . . . May Gmrt freshman year . . . original wit . . . pretty hair and eyes. JOE DAN SPARKS, Greenville B.A. Political S iknck . . . Kappa Alpha . . . IRC . . . an ROTC finalist . . . another YVcst Hall dweller . . . future first with Uncle Sam. GERALDINE SPIVEY. Charleston B.A. Psyciioiccy . . . "Jerry" . . . transfer from College of Charleston . . . The Citadel Summer School her stomping ground . . . Mr. Brown her favorite . . . trade mark is "always in place" blonde hair . . . Clemson a main interest . . . Psychology . . . very attractive. ANNE JOYCE STEEDLY, Charleston It.A. Elementary Education . . . intelligent as well as pretty . . . Bonhomie Beauty sophomore year . . . May Court. Marshal and Social Standards member . . . balanced budgets for KDE. posters for WAA . . . always neat . . . artistic . . . Dean her main interest . . . will make a good teacher.Seniors ROBERT F. STEIGER, Williamsport, Pa. B.S. Biology . . . Lutheran Student Association . . . SAE . . . intramural football . . . worked at Texizc Chemical, Inc. . . . part-time student, l ack for 3th year to finish up ROTC. JAMES L. STEWART. Gheenvilijs B.S. CmMivniY . . . pre-med student . . . Blur Key . . . Who's Who . . . AEI) . . . Chi Beta Phi . . . president of BSU . . . very gorxl looking . . . friendly . . . pal to Gene Cox . . . wheel on the campus . . . made a success at Fort Knox, future 2nd lieutenant in Army... pleasing personality . . . one who is sure to be successful. MARY LAURENE STEWART. Camden B.A. Sociology . . . future in social work . . . Sociology Club . . . likes bridge, deep sea fishing . . . one of East Dorm residents . . . pleasant personality. PATRICIA SUMMEY. Slater B.A. fvstc . . . lovely voice . . . always neat . . . petite . . . KDE. secretary of Music Club . . . Furman Singers . . . tea drinker . . . will be a public school music teacher. GEORGE R. SUTTON, Greenville B.A. Physical Education . . . KA brother . . . Block “F‘‘ Club . . . font years of varsity football and baseball . . . coy at tum s ... a sportsman. ELIZABETH LEE SWOFFORD. Laurens B.A. Elementary Education . . . engaged to Johnny . . . KDE. Furman Singers . . . marie the movies her home away from home . . . bridge fiend . . . good naturerl . . . loved living in North . . . easy going. HARR I KITE TALLEY, Marietta B.A. Mathematics . . . always bubbling over with fun . . . good Matured . . . Chi Beta Phi. A Capelin Cltoir. Student Volunteers . . . partial to Clernson . . . third finger, left hand occupied . . . Dr. Bowen her favorite . . . will teach. MARION S. TERRY, Greenwood B.A. History . . . transferred from Lander College . . - pleasing personality . .. bright outlook . . . good attitude.’54 DAVID M. THOMASON, Peioer B.A. Klementahy Education . . . four wonderful years at Furman . . . fanner . . . staunch look . . . when lie smiles, it covers his face. MARGUERITE THOMASON, Greenville B.A Elementaiiy Education . . . friendly day student . . . Day Student Council . . . transfer from Greensboro College . . . likes bull sessions in days students' lounge . . . plans to teach. SARA LYON TIMMERMAN, Edgefield B.A. Ei-KMuntaky Education . . . policy maker for West Dorm . . . "Sabie" . . . genteel, good-natured, capable . . . president of KDK, sophomore Glxss . . . Bonhomik staH ... in general, likes ’em long and lanky . . . understanding ... a sincere friend ... to teach. SARAIl ELIZABETH TOMLINSON, Florence B.S. Business Administration . . . vivacious . . . petite . . . May Quirt attendant . . . loves classical music . . . proxy YWCA . . . married Enoch in December . . . Hand ami Torch . . . sweet, intelligent. WILLIAM W. TROUTMAN, Greenville B.A. Business Aoministhation . . . part-time work at Heyward Mahon . . . spent a time in the Air Force . . . determined. THOMAS A. WALDREP, Greenville B.A ftvCHOLOCY . . . Block TP- Chib . . . loyal K . . . football and Isasclsall . . . an eye for good-looking women . . . Simile Bruiser. CLETA BURDETTE WATSON, Greenville B.A. Speech . . . S.M.U.'s loss. Furman's gain . . . girl with a lovely smile . . . hohhies arc theatre and television work . . . Theatre Guild . . . always neat . . . plans future in radio or TV. CONSTANCE FRANKIE WAY, Holly Hill B.A. Elementaiiy Education . . . capable Social Standards chain nan . . . Furman Singers . . . cheerleader . . . Marshal . . . May Day attendant . . . Bonhomik Beauty two years . . . active in sports . . . engaged to A. D. . . . well liked. THOMASON. D. THOMASON. M. TIMMERMAN TOMLINSON TROUTMAN WALDREP WATSON WAYSeniors LENOKA WEBB, Ckkknville B.A. Music . . . versatile is the only word to describe "Nonie" . . . interests include music, writing, speech . - . chairman of Senior Order, president of Junior Class, president of Music Club . . . awarded s| ecch cup in 19. '3 . . delightful personality ... a favorite of everyone. LUCIUS WEEKS, Charleston B.A. Psvchoujcy . . . loyal KA. president . . vice-president of 1FC . . . four years with the Rifle Team . . . cheerleader . . . drove an English Ford . . . always full of fun . . . anything for excitement ... a likeable person . . . ministerial student . . . BSU . . . Ministerial Union. EDNA WELLS, Sumter B.A. English . . . outstanding grades, covers campus for the Hornet. Senior Order . . . Who’s Who. Hand and Torch. BSU Council . . . summer missionary to Cuba . . . president Senior Class . . . active in intramural sports ... radiant personality... president WCA junior year... has worked in some capacity for four years . . . mischievous. CHARLIE WEST. W. Monhok, La. B.A. Business AuminisThatio.V . . . another loyal KA . . . main force for reorganizing Block “F" Club . . . captain of Purple Hurricanes . . . good all-round athlete . . . Malaney . . . will probably coach after stay with Army. HAROLD WEST, Spartanburg B.A. Psychology . . . Ministerial Union . . . beaming smile . . . that good ole Furman spirit . . . friendly ... ho)K'ful preacher. BILL WHITE, Simpsonvii.le B.A. Business Administration . . . little in stature, big in energy . . . played ping-pong with Snow . . . active in intramurals . . . speedy. TOM WHITE, Saluda B.A. English . . . transfer from North Greenville . . • excellent speaker . . . friendly . . . fun loving ... a real wit. DONNIE WILDER. Clinton B.A. English . . . former sports editor of Hornet and Boniiomik . . . elected Hornet editor but resigned to become FU Athletic Publicity Director . . . liked Miss Ebaughs Sociology course . . . wrote for Echo . . . Rat Court . . . Sociology Club . . . SAE.”54 ELEANOR R. WILLIAMS, Lake City B.A. Physical Education . . . “El" . . . able president of WAA . . . lists bobby as "sleep" . . . participated in all intramural spoils . . . her laugh is known by all who once heard it . . . an all-round good sport . . . “anatomy" was her headache . . . Bill. HAMPTON WILLIAMS, Taylors B.A. English . . . TKE . . . intramurals . . . member of W'eslcv Foundation . . . day student . . . crew cut . . . takes life easy. HIRAM J. WILLIAMS, Oranckburc B.A. English . . . Ministerial Union, Student Volunteers . . . quiet but friendly ... a Geer guy . . . loves Hover’s class. KATHRYNE JANE WILLIAMS, Easley B.S. Home Economics . . . redhead without the proverbial hot temper . . . sews Ix-autifuliy . . . plans to teach or do Home Demonstration work . . . member of KDK. Furman Band. BSU Executive Couneil . . . always cheerful with a pleasing manner. THOMAS P. WILLIAMS. Laurens B.A. PsYciKiMKiv . . . football all four years . . . Theta Glii . . . freshman coach . . . second showing in senior section . . . "Tommy" . . . will coach . . . pleasing personality . . . wide grin. ROBERT A. WILLIAMSON, Stone Mtn.,Ca. B.A. Music . . . four years with the Furman Singers . . . business manager of Singers . . . Mr. Hhamc’s right-hand man. always seen working in the chapel . . . enjoyed lour and working in operettas, hated listening exams . . . loved Dr. Richey’s stage acting class . . . Bonhomie staff . . . Theatre Guild. MARY ELIZABETH WILL US. Greenville B.A. Elementaiiy Education . . . jxlite red head . . . came to Furman from Agnes Scott . . . always dependable . . . KDE . . . Wesley Foundation . . . pleasing smile . . . plans to teach . . . typical day student . . . likes musicals. MARTHA NELL WILSON. Grkf.nvii.lk B.A. Elementaiiy Education . . . “Marty" . . . always grinning . . . worked at White’s in Sparc time . . . pleasing personality . . . plans to do secretarial work or teach . . . likes to listen to records.Seniors POLLY WOOD, Ware Shoals B.A. F.ucmkktauy Education ... a favorite with everyone . . . main interest is Marion . . . worked diligently m BSU, Student Volunteers. YWCA . . . favorite i ro-fessor is Dr. Flanders . . . hates "loggers" ... a January graduate . . . curly hair is envy of all. BETTY WOOLURICIIT. Ahhkvillk B.A. Encmsii . . . "Wooly" . . . energetic plus . . . transferred from North Greenville Junior College ... a good word for all . . . YWA and BSU Councils . . . player! Iiuskcth.dl in intr.imurals . . . co-president of Townes dormitory . . . will make a radiant foreign missionary. ALBERT P. YOUMANS. JR., Greenville B S. Physics . . . typical day student . . . not seen on campus after classes . . . played intramural football . . . a sharpshooter at Fort Knox . . . SAK . . . rode motor bike. ERNEST A. YOUNG, JR.. Union B.S. Physics . . . Hornet spirts editor . . . all intramurals . . . Hand and Torch ... a hig collection of phonograph records . . . capably led TKE . . . president of Inter fraternity Council . . always June ... to do graduate studs at Duke.EASY THERE. MAY! STUDIOUS SENIORS 81 SPELLBOUND SIX WEEKS’ IIOUSEPARTYJuniors JEAN ADAMS, Greenville; RUSSEIX. A HO, Georgetown; HAROLD ALLEN, 1’elzcr; CARROLL ANDREWS, Umar; RICHARD ARCILES1. Greenwood; NORMA JEAN ASH. Greenville; CHARLES ASHMORE, Greenville; THOMAS AUSTIN. Greenville; ROBERT AVERS. Piedmont. THELMA BALLEW, Greenville; MILDRED BALDWIN, Simpsonvillc; BARBARA BALTZEGAR. Charleston; HOLMES BAUMGARDNER. Asheville. N.C.; HORACE BEARDEN. Pclzer; TOMMY BELCHER. Greenwood; WILD A BELL. Asheville, N. C.; WILLIAM BENSON, Greer; PAT BLAIR, Piedmont. WILLIAM BOYD. Greenville; WILLIAM BRADLEY. Woodruff; SAMMY BRANT. Ulmers; JACK BRANTLEY, Cloverville; MARY RUTH BRIDGES, Augusta. Ga.; BILLY M. BRIDGES. Augusta, Ga.; CEORGE BRIDWE1.L, Woodruff; KIRBY BUNTON. S.noaks; MARY JANE BURGESS. High Shoals, N.C. RONNIE BYRD. Greenwood; DEAN CAMPBELL, Landrum; M A R L E N E CAMPBELL. Campobcllo; RAY CAMPBELL. Clemson; WALTER CAMPBELL. Charlotte, N. C.; JOHN CANN, Greenwood; JACKIE CANNON, Laurens; RUEUS CANTRELL. Chesnee; BRUNSON CANTRELL, Liberty. FRANK CAPE HART. Mt. Pleasant, W. Va.; MARGIE CAPELL. Easley; JANE CAROL. Greenville; JAMES CASS. Greenville; LYNN CATER. Easley; CHARLIE CLEGG, Dalton. Ga.; BILLY COCHRANE. Matthews. N. C.; NICK COMPTON. Greenwood; WILLIAM COX. Greenville. EVER KITE CROOK, St. George; JOSEPH CROOK. St. George; ORIS GROUT. Greenville; HERBERT CURRY, Greenville; JANE CURRY, Fountain Inn; A. L. CURTIS, Gaffney; DICE DAVIDSON, Swannonoa. N. C.; BOB DEATON, Page-land; MARY dkSAUSSURK. Charleston. JOE DkVORK. Greenwood; VOLINA DIXON, Greenville; SARA JANE DODSON. Piedmont; HUGH DONNAN, Tigerville; THOMAS DRAKE, Greenville; JOHN DUBOSE. Hartsville; GARY DURHAM. Landrum. MARLOWE DURHAM, Cleveland; MARY DEAN EDENS, Six Mile. 8283Juniors GEORGE ESKEVV, Greenville; THOMAS ESKEW. Greenville; JOYCE FLYNN, Spartanburg; HUGH FORSYTH, Donura, Penn.; CONRAD FREEMAN, Dacus-ville; G. R. FREEMAN, Dacusville; SARA GALLOWAY, Trenton; TED GARNER. Buffalo; RUCK GAY, Taylors. NANCY GOLDSMITH. Greenville; CAROLYN CRACC. Brunswick. Ca.; BEAUFORT GRAHAM. Williamston; ROB GRAHAM, Charleston; JACK GREGORY. Ware Shoals; ANNA GUEST. Greenville; ROGER HALL, Pclzer; JACK IIAMES. Drayton; NELL HARDING. Greenville. CAROLINE HARTSEI.L, Travelers Rest; CLINTON HENDERSON. Greenwood; RILL HENDRIX, Chickamauga, Ca.; LEONARD HENDRIX, Kershaw; SARA RUTH HIGGINS. Hodges; L. C. HIGHTOWER, Bamberg; ROBERT HOLLAND. Fountain Inn; MAURICE HOLLEY, W. Palm Beach, Fla.; DAN HOWARD. Dale. JOSEPH HUDGENS. Taylors; BILLY HUFF. Greenville; SYBIL HUMPHRIES, Gaffney; JULIAN HUNT. Greenville; CATHY HUNTER, Ridgeland; BETTY JO ISBELL. Asheville. N. C ; BOB IVEY, Woodruff; BILL JETER. Greenville; TOMMY JOHNSON. Miami. Fla. MARGARET JOHNSTON, Greenville; SARA FRANCES JONES, Greenville; JAMES JORDAN. Charleston; JOHN KILGORE. Simpsonvillc; HILDA KING. Kings Mountain, N. C ; JAMES KISSELBURG, Candler. N. C.; BILL LAN-DRETH. Greenville; BETTY LEE. Waltcrboro; THOMAS LEWIS, Greenville. THOMAS LEONARD, Greer; ADRIAN LITTLEJOHN. Shelby, N. C.: DEMETRIUS LINDER. St;utex; JAMES LINDSEY. Liberty: MARSHALL LINDSEY Greer; SMITH LOCKHART. Gaffney; MARY LOTT, Williston; WOFFORD MALPIIRUS, Ridgeland; CLAYTON MANN, Candler, N. C. RAYMOND MANNING, Ridgeville; LEE LING MAYO. Hong Kong, China; CHARLES MARCH BANKS. Greenville; DOUGLAS MARTIN, Winston-Salem, N. C.; DON MASSEY. Greenville; JIMMY MATTOS. Greenville; DAVID MAULDIN. Easley; DON MAULDIN. Greenville; JAMES MEDLOCK, Greenville. 84Juniors HUGO METTS, Orangeburg; FRANCES McCALL; Pelzer; JOHN McCAS-KELL. Lancaster; WILLIAM McEAClIERN, Concord. N. C.; MARY JANE McELRATH, Roebuck; EUGENE MrELHANNON. Greenville; PEARL Mo JUN'Kl.N. Greenville; RUBY McKINLEY, Anderson; DELOS MILES. Coward. DONXIS MITCHELL. Saluda; WILLIAM MITCHELL. Greenville; JAMES MONROE. Honca Path; JERRY MONROE. Gastonia, N. C.; PAUL MOORE. Simpsonville; MARY MORGAN, Brevard, N. C.; VERA MULLIKIN, Greenville; BETTY MULLINAX, Pendleton; CLYDE MURPHY. Belton. PHYLIS NATIONS, Concord, N. C.; BETTY NELSON. Milford. Conn.; DEE OSBORNE. Greenville; LOUISE OWENS. Trion. N. C.; JACK PARHAM. Anderson; CHARLES PARK. Greenville; PAT PARRISH. Brevard. N. C.; FLOYD PARRISH, York; DICK PATTY. Greenville. TOM PAYNE, Toccoa, On.; ROMARICO PORDOMO. Cuba; SPERO PETRA-KOS, Greenville; LAWRENCE PEAEF, Greenville. Penn.; ANN PHILLIPS, Greenville; HELEN PHILLIPS, Joanna; ANN PITTMAN, Columbus, N. C.; HAROLD PITTS, Valdosta. Ca.; RALPH POLSON, Greer. RANDALL POOLE, Travelers Rest; JOE POWELL, Moneks Corner; CEORGE POWELL. Parkway, Conn.; HAROLD PRIDMORE. Gaffney; MIRIAM PUTNAM, Greenville; JOAN QUICK, Greenville; DAN RAY. Greenville; BARBARA RAINES. Greenville; BILL BEANIES, Johnston. JIMMY RICHARDSON, Shnpsonvillo; Dil.ORES RILES, Greenville; ANN RIVERS. Columbia; CHARLIE ROBINSON. Lancaster; DELORES ROBINSON, Greenville; FRED ROBINSON. Greenville; THEODORE ROBINSON, Rock Hill; LARRY ROGERS, Ukcview; HAROLD ROSS, Blaney. JACK ROWAN. Utta; MILTON SANDERS. Walhalla; JAMES SAYLORS, Williamston; JIMMY SENN, Newberry; SHIRLEY SEXTON. Woodruff; JOE SLAGLE, Bakersville, N. C.; MALCOLM SILFKIN, Bloomfield, N. J.; JOHN SOCHA. VVidlington. N. J.; BARBARA SMITH, Laurens. 8b87Juniors BISHOP SMITH. Greenville; GEORGE SMITH. Easley; OSCAR STARK, West Terra Haute, Ind.; FREDERIC STEADMAN, Greenville; FRANCES STEWART, Six Mile; PAUL STEWART, Camden. MEROLYN STILL, Barnwell; CHARLES STOREY. Graham. N. C.; WILLIAM SUMMEY, Greenville; BILLY TAYLOR. Piedmont; REBECCA TAYLOR. Lancaster; ROBERT TAYLOR. Greenville. HELEN THEILE, Greenville; JOE THOMAS. Woodruff; HERMAN THOMASON. Spartanburg; BOBBY TOWNES, Pickens; MARION TRUETT, Taylors; BENJY TRULUCK, Ridge Spring. ELAINE TURNER. Nashville, Ca.; AARON TYNER, Travelers Rest; HERBERT TYLER. Dillon; THOMAS WAGNER, Travelers Rest; MARY ELIZA-BETH WALL. Lyman; ROY WATKINS, Greenville. CAROLYN WATKINS, Durham. N. C.; SALLY WATSON, Charlotte, N. C.; CARLOS WATSON, Greenville; DICK WICK LI FF, Greenville; FRED WILLIAMS, Moncks Corner; GENEVIEVE WILLIAMS, Greenville. HERMAN WILLIAMS, Charleston; WEBSTER WILLIAMS, Florence; MYRTIS WILLIAMS, Crcenville; BETTY WOOD, Union. SYLVESTER WRIGHT. Corbin. Ky.; TED YAKIMOWIEZ, Wallington, N. J. 86 J r 89FRESHMEN LEAVE FOR ORIENTATION. WEEP NO MORE. MY LADY. LUCKY CUY . . . LUCKY CALS. FRESHMAN BSU COUNCIL. LINE FORMS AT T1IE REAR. YES, WIIAT FUN! DR. ROGERS SPEAKS. LISTEN TO THE MAN, POLLY!Sophomores DORIS ALLEN LILY ALTMAN JANE ANDERSON CLARENCE ARONSON ALEX ASHRAUCH BARBARA AUSTIN PEGCY ANN BAGWELL MAY FRANCES BAILEY CLIFTON BALTZECAR ALTON BARNETT JIM BARNETT VOLNEY BARNETT CHARLES BEALL BILLY BEAVER HAROLD BELL AUBREY BESSINGER ANDREW BIELECKI DOUGLAS BLACKWELL ALICE BLAKE NANCYE BOUSMAN JIMMY BOYLE JAMES BRANHAM BARBARA ANN BRANNON NORMAN BRIGGS J. C. BRITTON CHARLES BROCK EUGENE BROWN JACK BROWN JOSEPH BROWN WINTON BRUCE FRANKLIN BRYSON DEAN BUCHANNON 91Sophomores JAMS BURESS . . . JOANN BURGESS . . . MARVIN GANN . . . JEANNETTE CARROWAY . . . PATRICIA ANN CARTER . . . GEORGE CASE . . . MARILYN CHRISTOPHER. EVELYN CLEVELAND . . . MARY LANE CLELAND . . . CHARLES COBB . . . JACK COCHRAN . . . GINGER COLEMAN . . . MARY JO COLLINS . . . HAWKINS COOK. HUBERT COOPER . . . CAROLYN CORLEY . . . THURMAN COTHRAN . . . PATRICIA JO COTHRAN . . . LYNN CROOK . . . WILLIAM CROOKS . . . ANN CUDD. ELLEN CULBERTSON . . . WALTER DAVIS . . . BOB DELLINGER . . . MICKEY DEW . . . NED DOBSON . . . MARY DOMINICK . . . ROSE ERWIN. MARY EVERETT . . . BOBBIE EEELEY . . . ANN FEEZER . . . HAROLD FELMET . . . MAX FERGUSON . . . THOMAS FENNELL . . . ALTON FINK LEA. 9?’56 DARNELL FLOYD . . . BARBARA FOX . . . FRED FRALEY . . - BETTY FRANKS . . . BATSIE FREEMAN . . . SARAH ANN CAMBRELI_CARROLL GARRETT. DONNIE GARRISON . . . TOMMIE GAULT . . . BARBARA ANN GODFREY . . . BROCK GORDON . . . JIMMY GREENE . . . BILL CULI.EDGE . . . GLORIA HALL. BILLY HALLMAN . . . ALFRED HAMMETT . . . JOYCE HARRIS . . . NANCY HARRIS... ELEANOR HAULBROOK . . . EUGENE HAYES . . . ANITA HECKLE. HELEN HICKS . . . JESSIE LEE HILTON . . . DOUG HINDS . . . JULIUS HOKHOLD . . . EDDIE HOLCOMBE . . . BILL HORTON . . . DAVID HOTTELL. EDWARD HOWARD . . . JOHN HUBBARD . . . SARA HUDSON . . . MARVIN HUGHES . . . CHARLES HUNT . . . FRANCIS JENNINGS . . . PATRICIA JENNINGS. 93 Sophomores 94 JAMES JOHNSON HAUllY JONES MARTIN JONES EUNICE JORDAN FLETCHER KEITH JIM KELLER ELOISE KENNEMORE DONNA DEE KLINGER CHARLES KING KENNETH KING LIKE KING JOHNNY KNIGHT AL KYRER GEORGE LANDRUM JEAN LANFORD JIMMY LEACH ROBBIE EICON JOAN LIPSCOMB BOBBIE JEAN LISTER MAX LITTLE BILLIE LUDWIG CHARLES LYNN JEAN MACHKN joanne MacKinnon EMILY MAIN WARING FRANCIS MALLOY WARDLAW MARDRE ELLA JANE MATTHEWS LOUISA MATTHEWS libby mcdowell CAROL McCEE DAN McCEEJUNE McGEE KAY MoGEE NANCY McMANAWAY JO ANN McNATT DELANO McMINN PAT MEALING ADA MARGARET MEEKS NANCY MINER CI I AR1X)TTE MOKH LE N BROC K FRED MOORE LOU JEAN MOORE PHILLIP MOORE BRONA FAYE MOOREFIELD JOYCE MORSE KENNETH MOSS BOBBY MURRAY ANNE NICHOLSON JOSEPH NICHOLSON BURNETT OWEN BY ALLAN OWENS RACHAEL OWENS ELNEDA PADGETT HAROLD PARKER JAMES PARRISH EMMETTE PATRICK MARY LOU PEEPLES BUB PETTIT MARTHA PHILLIPS ARM IN PITMAN CUS PLACIANIS BILL PRICE CUS PRINCELS 95Sophomore FRED PRIVETTE . . . RITA POQl_JOHN POPSON . . . JACK POWERS . . . JAMES POWERS . . . JUSTIN RABON . . . ROLAND RABON. CAROLYN RAINES . . . JOANN RAINES . . . JOHN RHODES .. . ANITA RICHBOURC... MARGARET RIDDLE . . . WILLIAM 1UPPY . . . NEL RIVERS. CHARLES ROBBINS . . . JOHN ROMEY . . . ROBERT ROPER . . . CHARLES RUTH . . . ALBERT SANDERS . . . JEANNE SAUNDERS . . . BILL SAWYER. DONALD SAXON . . . BARBARA SCIIUMPERT . . . JACK SEA WELL LARRY SEAY... FRANCES SELF . . . DAYNE SHARPE . . . CLYDE SHAW. DAVID SHANDS . . . NANCY SHANNON . . . FRANCES SKELTON . . . CAMPBELL SKINNER . . . JIM SMITH . . . JOEL SMITH . . . MARTHA SMITH. 96’56 PAT SMITH . . . MARGARET ANN SNUCCS . . . ROBERT SPANN . . . MARGUERITE SPARKS . FORD SPRINGFIELD . . . JEANNINE STEEDLEY . . . JOE SUBLETTE . . . JANE GRAY SULLIVAN. VIRGINIA SUMMEY . . . JANE TERRY . . . GEORGE THOMAS . . . HASKELL THOMAS . . . PAUL THOMPSON . . . JEAN THOMPSON . . . LEAH THOMPSON . . . JOYCE TRIPP. REM BERT TRULUCK___AARON TURNER ... TOM TURNER . .. PEGGY ANN TURNER . . . MARGARET ULMER . . . PAUL UNDERWOOD . . . PATRICIA VOLTER . . . FRANK VERNON. BARBARA WATKINS ... BERNETTE WAITT . . . HOWARD WALTERS . . . BABS WATTS ... JEAN1THA WEAVER ... HESTER WELBORN . . . JOY WELBORN . . . PAT WIGGINS. HERMAN WILLIAMS . . . JERRY WILLIAMS . . . JANE WILSON . . . SUE WINCHESTER . . . JANIE WOOD . . . FAYE YONKER . . . DAVID YOUNG. 97Freshmer BETTY ABERCROMBIE JAMES ADAMS WILLIAM ADAMS SHIRLEY ALLEN NETTIE ALLCOOD JO ANN ANDERSON ROBERT ARNETTE DONALD ARNTS MARTHA ARRINGTON WALTER AUSTIN JAMES BAGWELL NORMAN BAGWELL HENRY BAIR AMOS BAKER ANNE BALDWIN Rat bai.lentine HAROLD BALLEW ROLLY BANNISTER TERRY BARROWS TOM BARROWS JAMES BASS DONALD BATSON RHODEN BATSON ARCHIE BEARDEN JOHN BELL DAN BISHOP EUGENE BISHOP CLAUDE BLACK JERRY BLAIR PHILLIP BOGGS SHIRLEY BOLEN FRANCES BOOKER DAVID BOOKER WILLIAM BOURNE GEORGE BRADLEY KENNETH BRANNON POLLY BRIDWELL ROSEMARY BRI DWELL BILLY BRIDWELL ROBERT BROCK ANN BROWN DAVID BROWN JO ANN BUCHANNAN JACK BUICE WYATT BURKE JANICE CAMPBELL CHARLES CARTER EDWARD CASH CECIL CAVE JO ANN CIIAMBLEE RICHARD CIIAMPEY MARTHA CHAPMAN JAMES CHEEK ALFRED CIIESLER WALTER CHILES CHARLES CLANTON ROBERT CLARDY JACK CLARK JOAN CIOFFI CARLTON COLLEYJUNE COLLINS BOBBY COMPTON GERALD COOK PATSY COOK JOE COOPER DONALD COPPEDCE MARY LOUISE COTHRAN RILEY COTHRAN PAUL CRAVEN JAMES CRISWELL JAMES CULBERTSON AUBREY DANIELS WILLIAM DANTZLKR MARY SUE DARR JOHN DAVIS SYBIL DAWSEY MAURICE DuFOOR ROBERT DENDY CORDON DENNIS EDDIE DOFFINS JANICE DOSCHER RENEE DuRANT MARTHA DURHAM OBIE DYCHER SHIRLEY EDENS JOE ELLENBURC ROBERT ELLIS EDITH EVANS NANCY EVANS JAMES FAYENSKY DAVID FERGUSON HORRY FLOWERS CHARLES FLOYD MARION FOGLE RODNEY FOREMAN ANNE FRAKER JULIAN FREEMAN MONA FREEMAN FRANCIS FUNDERBURK BILLY CAINES BOBBY CAINES DONALD CANT JAMES GANTT EUGENE GATLIN CAROLYN GARNER JIMMIE LEE GARRETT ROBERT GAY JOHN GILLESPIE JOANNE GLENN ANN CODSHAI.L BARBARA GOODMAN CHARI.KS GOODNOCGII PHOEBE COWAN FAYE GRAINCEH GLORIA CHAYBEAL BETTY ANN GREEN BLAKE GRIFFITH JUDITH GROUT CARL CULLEDCE BARBARA GUYFreshmer WILI.IAM GWINX ROBERT HALFORD ROBERT IIALL ROY HALL DALE HAMEL AL HANCOCK WILLIAM HANKS ANDY HARPER SHIRLEY HARPER CAROLINE HARRISON FRANKLIN HAWKINS JAMES HENDRICKS RUTH HERMAN JAMES HERRING CATHERINE HESTER ROBERT HILDEBRAND OTIS HILL AVERY HINSON FRANK HINTON JO ANN HIPPS JEAN HODGES CHARLES HOLLIDAY ROBERT HOLMES SAMUEL HORTON CHARLES HOWARD CHARLES HOWELL SHIRLEY HUBBARD RILEY IIUCKABY BETTY JEAN HUDSON CLESTA HUFF SAM HUGGINS BITTY HUGHES JAMES HUGHES LISKA HUMPHRIES BONNIE HUNNICUT LEAH HUNTER MARY LEE HUTTO RONALD HYATT TALMADCE IXFINCER CARNESS JACKSON HUGH JEFFORDS JAMES JENKINS THOMAS JENKINS CLARENCE JETER CARROLL JOHNSON JOHN JOHNSON LOUISE JOHNSON WILLIAM JOHNSON JOE JONES WILLIAM JONES LLOYD KELLY ROBERT KENDRICK ROBERT KERRY JAMES KERNS HARRY KILPATRICK ALBERT KINNETT BETTY KNIGHT ELAINE LANGFORD FURMAN LANGLEY J. B. LAVVRIMOREJAMES LAWTON MARTHA LEATHERS ROBERT LEE SARA LOU LEVER JOHN LEWIS FRANCIS LINDER CAROL LITTLEFIELD DAVID LONG JAMES LYNX FRANCES MACKIE TOMMY MADDEN SIDNEY MADDOX SARA FRANCES MACILL JAMES MAHAFFEY SYLVIA MAW BEVERLY MANSEAU LaVERNE MARTIN THOMAS MASSEY TROY MATHENEY CAROLYN MATHIS JOHN MATTHEWS SIDNEY MAXWELL MARGERY MAYFIELD peccy McClain john McClellan MALANEY McCLURE CHOICE McCOIN CAROL McCONIBS sarah McCrary MARGARET McCRAY rose ann mcdaniei. MARGARET ANN McCEE CAROLINE Mr.KEN7.IE phil McKinney ons Mc Kinnon TOMMY McMANUS THOMAS McMANUS AL McNEEI.Y BETTY JO McQUEEN JOYE MEARES ROBERT MEDLIN WILLIAM MELDRUM JOHN MIDDLETON ANN MILLER TED MILLER JANICE MOORE SALLY MORRIS HIRAM MORGAN BEELER MORRIS JAMES MOSS GAIL MOUL ROBERT NALLY CHARLES NEWTON JOHN NEWTON FRANKIE NORRIS CLYDE NUNN HUGH O’NEIL CHARLOTTE ORMAN MARTHA ORR PEGGY Ol’TEXFreshme SYLVIA OUTEN BETTY PALMER MARY ANN PARDUK PHILIP PEARCE EMILY PEIRANO CHARLIE PERDUE ANN PETTY ALFRED POOLE SHERRY PORTER JAMES POUND LAWRENCE QUEEN DAVID RAILEY LUTHER RICHARDS NORMA RICHARDSON CHARLES RIDGEWAY PEGGY RIVERS IX)ROTHY ROGERS MARTHA ROOK SARRA SAVAGE AUBREY SAYLORS LILA SCOTT JAMES SEYMOUR JERIE SHAW JANE SIMMONS GAIL. SLOAN ARTHUR SMITH CLARENCE SMITH GUS SMITH HAROLD SMITH JOYE SMITH JO SNYDER JULIAN STAGGS JOHN STATON FRANCES STEADMAN WILLIAM STEPHENSON-LEE STOVER REBECCA TAPP STEVE TATE II. L. TAYLOR WILBUR TAYLOR ROSA LEE TIIERRELL FRANCES THOMAS 102COZETTE THOMASON DOYCE THOMPSON FRANCES THOMPSON MARY MARGARET TIBBS CHARLES TIDWELL HARIET TONEY THOMAS TURNER RICHARD ULMER JAMES VICK NOEL WAKKLYN JACKIE WALDROP THOMAS WALKER EMMA WALKER MARY LOU WALSH BEVERLY WARD GILBERT WATERS JOYCE WATKINS JAMES WATTS CHARLES WEAVER CRETCHEN WEBER HERBERT WELLS WILLIAM WELLS MARTHA WESTMORELAND CHARLES WHITE WILLIAM WHITE BARBARA WIGGINS JERRY WILHITE JEFF WILLIS DONALD WILSON EARL WILSON HILDA WILSON DONALD WIMBISH ARMIN'A WITHERSPOON MARY WOOD SHELBY YOAKUM CAROL YOUNG 103FLETCHER ALLEN ELSIE BLACKWELL ROBBIE ANN BROWN JOYCE BURRIS WILLIAM CHAPMAN Who’s Who in American Universities and Colleges Nineteen seniors were named to this year’s Who’s Who, Furman’s highest honor. Members were chosen for outstanding qualities of leadership, character, and scholarship during their college careers. Their biographies will be published in the i954 edition of the Who’s Who yearbook. CHARLES GRANGER WALTER MARTIN BEX CIIENC 00X JO ANN PERKINSmen Aim RILEY FRANK SELVY JAMES STEWART LENORA WEBB EDNA WELLSSenior Best Leaders I)IC:K RILEY JOYCE BURRIS Favorite Professors DR. GILPATRICK MR. IIARRILL Most Athletic FRANK SELVY ELEANOR WILLIAMS Most Versatile RILL CHAPMAN LENORA WEBB Friendliest GENE REED ROBBIE ANN BROWN Best Looking "BO" BARRY MILDRED LEAPARI)Superlatives Most Dependable POSEY BELCHER JO AW PERKINS st Dressed ;d chancer ,CKIE HORNE i ned Wittiest MIKE O BRIEN ELIZABETH EDWARDS Most Original LUCIUS WEEKS BETTY SHIRLEY .LS Most Talented .Vt nVFKLeft to liiKht: R. BROWN', K. COOP Kit. It. FOSTER. J. BURRIS. J. A. PERKINS, E. SEWELL. E. WELLS. L. WEBB. Senior Order Blue Key Honors Outstanding Women Selects Men Leaders "Do much and say little” sums up the aims of S. O. After the 53- 54 tapping and wearing of the honored black and yellow scarves for a week, they settled down to make a better Furman. The group consists of twelve per cent of the class during its junior year. Those chosen must have shown outstanding ability of leadership and scholarship. Composing this years S. (). are: Kaye Adams. Kohhic Ann Brown, Joyce Burris, Eunice Ann Cooper, Ruth Foster, Effie Sewell, Jo Ann Perkins, Edna Wells, and Lenora Webb, chairman. The Blue Key, national honor fraternity, is composed of those men who have contributed an outstanding service to the U n i v c r s i t y through student leadership. Members are sejccted on the basis of their leadership, service, honor, and scholarship. The Blue Key serves the University by decorating for Homecoming, directing the Hurricane Drive, Greater Furman Fund Drive among students, and activities of service to the students and the University as a whole. Members serve as marshals for all University events. hint Hou. I a'ft to Right- W. MARTIN. secrctary«trca$urrr; II. FIXKLEA, J. DYER. corresponding secretary; OR. BONNER, facility advisor; H. DEATON. I). RILEY. Second How: J. STEWART, T. DkVENNY, J. ROWAN. J. IORDAN. Absent When the Picture tens Made Were- BILL CHAPMAN, president; FRANK SKI.VY. CORDELL MADDOX. GEORGE GIBSON. DICK PATTY. FLETCHER ALLEN. BUD GRANGER.Hand and Torch Represents Highest Scholars on Both Campuses This year, Zctosophia joined with Hand and Torch as another step toward bringing the two campuses closer together. This group is composed of students who have obtained the highest scholastic achievements in their class. The men’s group was organized in 1927 and the women’s organization was instigated in 1922 to recognize students of high caliber who have obtained high scholastic standing. Students who have obtained this honor are recognized on Scholarship Recognition Day by wearing colored scarves on academic gowns. This day is not only for recognition of the distinguished students but it serves as a challenge to other students to strive for Furman’s highest honor. The biggest thrill comes at graduation, when after each member’s name is read nuigtia cum or some other phrase indicative of scholastic superiority. MEMBERS INCLUDE, Sailed. LEXIS HOVE. SARAH TOMLINSON. BEN-CIIEXC OON. Standing MARGUERITE JOHNSON, ERNIE YOUNG. TOMMY Dr VENN Y. WADDY CHAPMAN, JACK MULLINS. GEORGE GIBSON. EDNA WELLS.Finl Row: DAVE STANFORD. DR. OWENS. GENE REED. Second Row: DR. MARTIN. MR. LATHAM. MR. WRIGIIT. MR. HATCHER. Quaternion Kappa Phi Kappa Represents Highest Attainment in Student Leadership The highest achievement that a leader on the men’s campus can attain is to be asked to join the Quaternion Club, [established in 1903, the organization requires its initiates to wear red bandannas as a sign of membership. Their club house is "Old College," the oldest building on the campus. It is a traditional requirement for the new members to whitewash the building prior to the general meeting of the entire club during Homecoming activities. Chosen this year were Bud Granger, Walter Martin, and Dick Riley. Stimulates Interest in Men Who Enter Education Field Kappa Phi Kappa, the honorary educational fraternity, was established at Furman in 1951. The organization is for those men who plan to enter the field of education upon graduation. This fraternity is primarily a graduate organization, many of whose members now hold prominent positions in the field of education. Dr. Henry Grady Owens, who was largely responsible for the founding of the chapter at Furman, now serves as faculty advisor. Gene Reed was president of the group this year. A ED Seated• DURHAM. BLAND. SLIFKIN. PABIIAM. SlaiuliiiR: STEWART. KIRK. MR. WILLIAMS. ROSS. Alpha Epsilon Delta Honors Future Pill Peddlers AED is an organization that recognizes the scholastic achievement and general ability of pre-medical students. Momentum is given to students by interesting programs ana opportunities to meet important people in the medical profession. This fraternity, which was organized on the Furman campus in 1937, is noted throughout the men’s campus for its informal but rigorous initiation. Chi Beta Phi Notes Scholarship of Those Scientifically Inclined Established at Furman in 1928 to promote scholarship and scientific interest and to coordinate activities in the natural sciences and mathematics, Nu chapter of Chi Beta Phi. national honorary scientific fraternity, requires members to have a “B” average for twenty semester hours of science courses. Bi-monthly meetings are held with outstanding speakers discussing scientific interests. Dr. A. L. Myers is sponsor; Hugh Finklea. president; Don Mauldin, vice-president; Joe Thomas, secretary, and Yolney Barnette, treasurer. CHI BETA PHI First Row: PATTY. BLAND. PARHAM. Second How: SEWELL. WICKLIFFE. JONES. FINKLEA. Tlnnl Row: YOUNC. STEWART. DR. WOOD. MONROE. MITCHELL. Fourth Roto, 00N. SLIFKIN. HAYMORE, ESKEW.Alpha Psi Omega Dramatic Personalities Every Theatre Guild member looks forward to the time when he will be tapped for Alpha Psi Omega, the honorary dramatic fraternity. Its members, taken in on the basis of a merit-point system of participation in plays and back-stage work, endeavor to promote dramatic interest and achievement. Its faculty sponsor is McDonald Held. Its officers are Tommy De-Vcnny, president; Ann Hurst, vice-president. The members are Virginia Dixon, Sara Ruth Higgins, Charles King, Lenora Webb, Eunice Ann Cooper, Charles Brock, Nancy McMana-wav, Bill Laiulrcth, Clcta Watson, and Martha Smith. After the aspirants have been tapped, a formal, impressive initiation is held, which will never be forgotten. Its members take pride and pleasure in working together to uphold the old adage, “The Plays The Thing.” First Row: DR. RICHEY, SARA RUTH HUGGINS. EUNICE INN COOPER, ANN HURST. NANCY M MANAWAY. TOMMY DiA KNNY. Second Row: VIRGINIA DIXON, BILL LAN-DHETH. CHARLES KING. First Row: TIMMERMAN. W I I. 1. I A M S. STEEDLY.K Johnson. spaRKS. GRAHAM. SIt. u. HELL. HOLLAND, WILLIS. tui.or. way. N JOHNSON. Third Rom BROOKS. JOHNSTON. HUMPHRIES. G. WILLIAMS. SEWELL. SWAFFORD. PRICK. Fourth K..U JOLLY. GIBSON; MITCHELL, BLAIR Fifth lion . PITTMAN. CAMPBELL, SUMMKY. EDENS. IIARTSELL. Kappa Delta Epsilon Recognizes Outstanding Students in Education Kappa Delta Epsilon is the national honorary sorority for students interested in professional education. Its purpose is to promote the cause of education, seeking to foster among its members professional ideals, high standards of scholastic attainment, and a spirit of mutual helpfulness. Bids are sent out to those who have shown outstanding ability in education as well as in other college work. Discussions were held at meetings to help members solve problems of the school and community. The regional convention of the southeast was held on our campus this year as an added interest. Officers for the year were: Sara Timmerman, president; Anita S p arks, vice-president; Elinor Johnson secretary; Joyce Steedly, treasurer; Jane Williams, reporter; and Marguerite Johnston, historian. Miss Frances Hudgens is faculty advisor and Dr. Olivia Futeh is an honorary member. 14STUDENT BUD GRANDER President CHARLIE WEST Vice-President GRANGER LEADS STUDENT BODY; RILEY PRESIDES OVER COUNCIL Furmans stud cn t body is self-governed except for a few regulations laid down by the university. The government, which has two branches, is typical of our state and national government. Student lx dv president Bud Granger headed the executive branch this year aided by Charlie West, vice-president; Mickey Walker, secretary; and Jack Haines, treasurer. The judicial branch is the Student Council, which is elected by popular vote. The council tries violators of Furman’s triplex system of honor and conducts student elections. Dick Riley served as president of the council this year. JACK IIAMES T rcaiurcr MICKEY WALKER Secretary STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERS: PrcsuLnl DICK RII.EY. Presiding. First Row: ROGERS. CHAPMAN. PARHAM. PATTY. McCEE. Second Row: SAWYER. BENNKIT. SHORT. GORDON. ROWAN. DEATON.GOVERNMENT LYNX CATER Secretary FRANCES SKELTON Treasurer PERKINS HEADS WOMEN’S GROUP; DEVELOPED GOOD HONOR SYSTEM The Woman’s Self-Government Association seeks to develop in students an honorable (rode of living and a knowledge of good citizenship. This year the association emphasized the honor system and sought to make it effective in every phase of college life. The council, composed of the executive officers, class and organizations presidents, and representatives from the classes, day students, religious groups and publications met weekly to enforce campus regulations and strive for better student relationships. Memories of student government include a perpetual fear of being fifteen minutes late . . . failing to sign out . . . or in . . . minors . . . majors ... a curiosity about meetings . . . but not wanting to find out from experience . . . students’ choice of representatives. JO ANN PERKINS President JOYCE BURRIS Vice-President WOMEN'S COUNCIL. First Roto: BROWN. TOMLINSON. CATER, WAY. HARDING. Second Row: HUNTER, WILLIAMS. BABB. WELLS. WATSON. Third Ron-: RILES. THOMPSON. SMITH. FOSTER. MEEKS. SMITH, FLYNN.Left to Right: MONHOE. CANS', LEACH. WICKLIFFE. HUBBARD. HUNT. MARTIN. BELCHER. ARCILESI, MULLINS. COTT1NCIIAM. JORDAN. Student Legislature is Furman’s Law-Making Part of the Government Walter Martin led the Student Legislature through a strenuous year. Many rules were changed concerning the varied elections and other student activities. This legislative branch of the Men's government has absolute power in all legislative matter pertaining to the student body, has the power to impeach any student officer, composes the handlxx k tests, and amends the constitution. Members include Walter Martin, Bob Davis, Hugh Finklea, Donnie Harrell, Jack Mullins, Jim Leach, Marvin Cann, John Hubbard, Richard Arcilesi, Tommy Belcher. James Jordan, Bill McEachem, Dick Wick-lifTe, Bill Hunt, Worth Cottingham. Jem- Monroe, and Charles Both. House Board Set Rules for Women’s Dormitories I louse Board related itself to all phases of dormitory life on the Woman’s Campus. Memlxrs were responsible for the dorm parties as well as for giving penalties called demerits for infractions of dormitory rules. Not all tasks of House Board were pleasant; the early morning fire drills were never popular among the sleepy “zooites”. However, all distasteful duties were forgotten and forgiven as we decorated for Homecoming and Christmas and entertained at Orientation. The purpose of House Board is to make the buildings more livable. Ruth Foster served as President and Betty Bolen Vice-President. Dormitory' Presidents were Martha Rogers, Sara Timmerman. Betty Jenkins. Betty Wool-bright. Martha Moore, Betty Shirley, and Alice Goodwin. First Row: GOODWIN, M(X)RE, SHIRLEY. BOLEN. Second Row: J E N K I N S. WOOLBRIGHT, FOSTER. ROGERS, PERKINS, TIMMERMAN. Student-Faculty Committee Strives for Closer Relationship This organization is composed of a group of faculty members and students elected from the two campuses and it acts as an integrating factor between the men and women students to bring about a closer relationship among students, faculty, and administration. Suggestions are presented at the monthly meetings, and recommendations approved by the committee are submitted to the administration for appropriate action. Chairman of the c o m m i 11 e c was Lcnora Webb. Serving as experienced members were Lcnora Webb and Bill Chapman. Resident members were Betty Bryan and James Jordan; non-resident members were Kay Adams and George Short. Faculty members were Miss Chiles, Miss Coggins, Dr. Barry and Dr. Blackwell. Scaled: CHILES. BAKRY. COGCINS, BLACKWELL. Standing; CHAP-MAN. BRYAN, SHORT, WEBB, JORDAN. Social Standards Board Promotes W. C. Refinement The high standards for the social life of the Furman girls are set by Social Standards Board. The aim of the organization is to help girls to look and act their l)cst at all times. Posters and a pamphlet. “Miss Suzy Zoo" give hints on how to make a success in the world of refinement. Under the chairmanship of Frankie Way the Board sponsored semi-formal dress dinners, "Good Grooming Week", after-dinner coffee and Sunday teas. This year Social Standards gave out "pink slips" for infractions of rules. It was responsible also for music during our evening meal. First Row: BALTZEGAR. NIcDOWELL. DOMINICK. WAY. LISTER, SPARKS. FOSTER. Second Ron OARROWAY, FLYNN. SKELTON, deSAUSSURE. HORNE. 119Marshals Direct Fine Arts Traffic At all campus functions the Marshal Board carries out its tasks of maintaining quiet, ushering people to their seats, and being of general assistance to the guests in the auditorium. Dressed in evening dresses, black dresses or white dresses, the marshals show at all time an attitude of quiet dignity and efficiency. They are chosen for their dignity, poise, and cordial personality. This year Martha Moor e served as an efficient Head Marshal. First Roto: MOORE. WAY. Second Ron : BELL. CORLEY. Third How; MORRIS. LISTER. RIVERS.dkSAUS SURE. Fourth Row: CATER. S TEWART. WOOD. TAPP. First Row: BABB. THOMASON. LUDWIG. Second Row: PHILLIPS. STEADMAN. SHELL. NICHOLSON. JENNINGS. COSNKLL. Day Student Association is Vital Part of University System 'The Day Students Association, which is composed of all non-resident students, is an important part of the life at Furman. The day students’ float won first prize in the Homecoming parade. Doughnuts and coffee were Served by the day students to the boarding students during exam week. This has become an annual event with the day students. Day students are represented in Student Council and have a Council of their own; and they share with the resident students privileges and responsibilities given to all students. The Lounge, in the basement, is home at the zoo to most day students. Officers of the Day S t u d e n t s were Martha Babb, president; Nell Harding, vice-president; and Pat Jennings, secretary and Treasurer. Serving on the Council were Marguerite Thomason, Frances Shell. Sydell Gosnell, Ann Phillips, Freddie Steadman. Mvrtis Wilson, Margaret Ulmer, Ann Nicholson, Billie Ludwig and Margaret Johnson. 120PUBLICATIONS 121BENJY TRULUCK Editor FRANCES BELL Co-Editor ’54 BONHOMIE Changes Style BONHOMIE Clarifies Memories of 1954 It s over. The long hours of toil, ever reaching toward a February deadline that seemed destined to elude us. Endless numbers of pictures to be made, lists to be corrected, copy to l c compiled. feelings to be soothed, infinite other details that go into putting out an annual. The continuous havoc that pervaded our cubicle. The long afternoons of work. Sleepless nights and hurried days. But with the urging from the editors and moans from the staff the Bonhomie was finally completed. The deadline was met. Work began early last spring. As ideas and plans began to formulate in the editors’ minds, they were made up into our "baby dummy”. When school began in the fall, work was well under way on the ’54 Bonhomie . . . an annual that we hoped would be different from any Furman has had recently. The staff was loosely organized and assignments were made. The fight was on to meet that deadline. Our photographers arrived, spent several weeks saying “smile", then departed; one of our worries was over. Business managers. Marlene Campbell and Alton Barnette were frequently seen juggling figures and walking the streets looking for ads. The layout was running over the strict budget and the balance bad to be made up or the book cut down. More worries. The Beauty Contest was completed successfully, financially as well as otherwise. We began to get down to serious work on the book. Holidays came and went, but ours were filled with work and worry on and about the Bonhomie. Outlook was not encouraging. The word deadline became an obsession with us. a thought that distilled cold sweat on our brows. The pace of our work accelerated to a high intensity as the time drew nearer. The book was first. Personal lives necessarily vanished into obscuritv. Deadline. Work. Worry. Effort when there was no effort left. But the long-awaited glory day arrived, seemingly unnoticed. except in the hearts of the haggard editors and worn staff. There was no rejoicing, only an inward satisfaction and even a tinge of sadness that the work was over. The Bonhomie, which we felt was our own child, had gone to press. STAFF WORKS TOWARD DEADLINEALTON BARNETTE MARLENE CAMPBELL Business Managers Many changes have been made in our l ook, but they have helped to improve the quality of it we feel and also to bring out our keynote of informality. The order of the hook has been altered to allow for our “Sketches” division, headlining was added to write-ups, and pictures have been made to look less posed. Our efforts would have been in vain without the cooperation of our staff. Thanks go especially to Miss Elizabeth Donnald and Mr. Al! ert Sanders, our faculty advisors. Also to Price Coursey of the Charlotte Engraving Co., Ed O’Cain of The R. L. Bryan Printing Company, Maurice Holley, our staff photographer. Gillespie-Cole Photographers, who did our division pages and beauties, and Waller and Smith Photographers who did our class pictures, goes our sincere appreciation for their help to us. And to the students . . . we hope that the '51 Bonhomie will he all you wish it to he and in years to conic will bring back old memories and much pleasure. STAFF Associate Editors ELNEDA PADGETT JOE DkVORE Sports Editors LARRY HARDING MARY BELL RUDD Contributors SARA TIMMERMAN LIZ EDWARDS MARY LOUISE DEAN MARGARET JOHNSTON LOUISE CARTER FRANCES STEADMAN ELAINE LAXFORD GAIL SLOAN JO ANN ANDERSON MARGARET RIDDLE NORMA JOHNSON JO ANN RANKIN ANNA GUEST CLAIRE FRGLE NANCY SHANNON J6ANN RAINES ARMIXA WITHERSPOON JACK BRANTLEY JIM KELLER DOUG MARTIN smith lockhart RICHARD ARGEI.ESI BOB WILLIAMSON ANDY HARPER DON GANTT BILL MITCHELL ROY WATKINS JACK POWERS HAROLD BELL DICK WICKLIFFE HOCEY BAUMGARDNER Art Work: REMBERT TRULUCK CONSTANT SEARCH. ALWAYS AT WORK. LEARN BY COMPARISON.The Fur TO STRIVE, TO SEEK Hornet AND NOT TO YIELD' FURMAN UNIVERSITY. GREENVILLE. S. C.. FRIDAY. APRIL 23. 195-1 Hornet Gets First Place Rating "Wc need more copy, and we need it now!” These arc only a few famous last words that were heard down at Hiott Press on Thursday nights. The editor was always in a hair-tearing tantrum wondering if the columns were going to lx filled when the copy was taken to the composing room. Wc never printed any blank spaces. With our skeleton staff we managed to get a paper put to bed each week. We had our troubles, but who doesn't have? Whether we accomplished any goals or not we don’t know, but we do know that we set the campus afire with a few issues. Voicing student opinion we had an interesting newspaper. Few new features were added, but an improvement over some of them was noted. Of particular interest was the excellent fraternity column written by Hovd Reeves. Under the capable leadership of editor Pollock, the llornct received a first-place rating . . . lacking very few points getting All-American ... in the bi-annual AGP contest. RICHARD POLLOCK Editor IIARD-WORKINC STAFF OFFICIAL WORK STAFF GETS PAPER HEADY IN THE 'WEE" HOURS. ADVISOR BAKER ADDS HIS APPROVAL. Since we didn’t have a co-editor, most of the responsibility was shifted to the editor. With the aid of Joan Lipscomb, the editor was able to survive the trials and tribulations of double duty. Frances Skelton and Dean Campbell went down to the press every Friday morning to give the Hornet another glance to see if everything was spelled right. Most of the time it was. but has there ever been a perfect paper anywhere? Our news editors. Charles King and Joan Lipscomb, did most of the leg work in frantic searches for scoops. Our main competition was not with another paper, hut with our Public Relations. Fletcher Allen's sports page was one of the most widely read sports pages in years . . . thanks to an excellent year in athletics and Fletchers ability to write and to create interesting make-up. The paper was well received, thanks to the untiring efforts of editor Pollock. All in all it was a good year and the staff has few regrets. POLLOCK AND ALLEN PROOFREAD HUGH FINK LEA JEANNE SAUNDERS Business Managers 125MARGUERITE JOHNSTON FLETCHER ALLEN Editors The Echo Presents Student Writings The oldest publication of the campus is the Echo, Furman's literary magazine. First published in 1887, the supervision of the magazine passed into the hands of the Cloister and Prelude in the spring of 1988. It carries verse, fiction, book reviews, editorials, and feature articles on campus activities. Any member of the student Ixxlv may contribute material for the three issues of the magazine, which appear at Christmas, spring, and graduation. All art work and typography for the magazine is done by students. John Dyer served as business manager. Student Handbooks List Furman’s Regulations Furman’s two handbooks contain all regulations and information necessary for Furman students. Before 1940, the Handbook was published by the YMCA and Administration, and since then has been a project of the Student Body. Freshmen and new students are required to become familiar with the material supplied by this guide book for all campus activities. Walter Martin and Ruth Foster served as editors. 126Cloister and Prelude Encourage Literary Creativeness CLOISTER The Cloister is a literary society made up of young men who exhibit outstanding ability in creative writing. Members are selected on the basis of a selection of their work submitted to and examined by the Cloister members. The Cloister meets each month to study the work of other writers and to criticize writings submitted from the membership. The Cloister is the oldest departmental club on the Furman campus. It was founded by Dr. It. N. Daniel, who is present faculty advisor for the organization. Membership includes Hugh Finklea, George Gibson, John Dyer, James Keller, Charles King, Hughby C o o p e r. Hill Heanies, Fletcher Allen and James Battle. PRELUDE The aim of the Prelude has always been to raise the standard of literary achievement and to encourage creativeness. This year noted a marked increase in membership and in production of material. The members made excellent contributions to the Echo. Mary Wells Ilursev served as president with Margaret Kiddle as vice-president. Jcannene Steedlv as secretary, and Frances Skelton as treasurer. The club would like to express its sincere appreciation to Mrs. Gilpatrick for her counsel and encouragement. Ton Picture. First How; ALLEN. DYER, BATTLE. Second How: COOPEIL KING, GIBSON. KELLER. FINKLEA. 1)R. DANIEL. JOHNSON. Standing; PEARCE. Bottom Fu ture. First How: STEEDLY. MRS. GILPATRICK. IIURSEY. Second How: LIPSCOMB. SMITH, HARRIS. McMANAWAY. SKELTON. WELLS. McDOWELL, THOMPSON. 127LT. COL. K. L. BRUBAKER MAJOR STERRKTT CAPT. EVANS Blade fraternity and received a charter. A. I). Bennct, VV. W. Brailsford, W. VV. Chapman, J. C. Cothran, VV. G. Cox, president; B. H. De-Shields, J. M. Haymore, VV. M. Hendrix, L. B. Lawrimore, II. L. Lynch, W. P. Myers, J. F. Pollock, and M. E. Reed were charter members. Later in the year, a Pershing Rifles Company, national honorary military group, was organized. Win ton Bruce served as Commanding Officer; David Bryson, S-l; Bill Landreth, S-3; and R. T. Sewel, Executive Officer. Furman’s R 0 T C Unit Grows Under Leadership of Lt. Col. Brubaker Furman’s military department, organized four years ago to qualify men as second lieutenants in the Army Reserve Corps, was capably led by Lt. Col. E. L. Brubaker, Professor of Military Science and Tactics. Major Sterrctt and ('apt. Evans served as assistants with several non-commissioned officers aiding in i n s t r u c t i o n, administration, supply, and maintenance. The Cadet Battalion was organized with a battalion staff, four companies, a drill platoon, and a band. The battalion staff consisted of: Battalion Commander, Joe Gilreath; Battalion Executive, W. VV. Chapman; Battalion S-l, Bill Cox; S-2, 'Pommy Williams; S-3, Russell Sutton; S-4, Louie Lawrimore; Chaplain. Tommy Dc-Venny; and Public Information Officer. Richard Pollock. This year. Turret and Track applied for membership in the National Scabbard and THE FAITHFUL SERGEANTS: CASE. MATNEY. KLl’TZ, SZOCINSKI. DAMS. UPTON. MANOR AC HI.BATTALION OFFICERS PERSHING RIFLES The Rifle team participated in matches with other colleges, went to the State match, and took part in the National ROTC match and Randolph Hearst match. Under the direction of Louie B. Lawrimore, the Pistol Club was organized this year. Maj. Sterrett was advisor to the group, which uses .22 caliber pistols in matched competition. Last year at the first annual Military Social activity, Miss Jane Grey Sullivan was crowned Honorary Cadet Colonel. At the end of the first year of advanced course, students attend a six-weeks training program at some military camp where they learn what it’s like to live under actual military conditions. Furmans unit won many honors and placed among the highest ranking of forty colleges represented last summer at Fort Knox. rhe ROTC unit at Furman has an all-time high in enrollment of three hundred eighty-two. The Department received a superior rating in the annual Third Army Inspection. COLOR GUARD: K. TAYLOR. HENDERSON. LAMBERT THOMASON BAND UNDER LEADERSHIP OF JOHN McCLELLANCOMPANY A MALANEY McCLURE Sponsor OFFICERS CHARLIE WEST .... Company Commander GEORGE SHORT .... Company Executive RICHARD DeSHIELDS . . . Company Officer THOMAS DURHAM................First Sergeant JIM PARRISH.................Guidon Hearer OTHER MEMBERS OF COMPANY AI LYNN CATER Sponsor I OFFICERS NV. W. BRAILSI'ORD . . . Company Commander KYLE WIGGINS.............Company Executive A. D. REN NETT.............Comjktny Officer GUY O’BRIEN.................First Sergeant DARRELL FLOYD...............Guidon Bearer 1 COMPANY B OTHER MEMBERS OF COMPANY B COMPANY c JO BETH PERKINS Sponsor OFFICERS THOMAS WALDREP . . Company Commander ROBERT BROCK .... Company Executive JAMES STEWART..................Company Officer AL YOU MANS.....................First Sergeant JIM NORRIS.....................Guidon fearer OTHER MEMBERS OF COMPANY CCOMPANY D CATHY HUNTER Sponsor OFFICERS MARION REED............Company Commander G. C. COX................Company Executive HUGO METIS..................Company Officer CHARLIE ROSS................First Sergeant LARRY SEAY..................Guidon Bearer OTHER MEMBERS OF COMPANY DSCABBARD AND BLADE DRILL PLATOON The completion of battalion headquarters includes: Assistant S-l, R. S. Howard; Assistant S-2, F. P. Barry; Assistant S-3, H. II. Smith; Assistant S-4, II. L. Lynch; Assistant PIO Officer, W. F. Allen; Assistant Chaplain, Mike Brandi; Band Officer, L. H. Weeks; and Sergeant Major, 0. W. Grout. During the first two years of ROTC, men become acquainted with military organization, policy of the United States, National Defense Act, map and aerial photography reading, military psychology, first aid. mobilization, leadership, exercise of command, and communications. The advanced course enlarges on all military subjects previously covered and prepares men for a well-trained future in the service of their country. RIFLE TEAMORGANIZATIONSFirst Row: CALLOWAY. SKXTON. SMALL. Second Row: WIL-LIAMS. JORDAN. MISS BRISENDINE. NELSON. RUDD. Third I Row: AUSTIN, MEALING. P. E. Majors’ Club Led by Betty Nelson The Physical Education Majors’ Club is an organization which offers increased opportunities for professional growth and leadership in the field of physical education. This organization fosters friendship and cooperation among majors in this field and also renders service to the department. Hetty Nelson served as president and Bobbie Austin as secretary-treasurer. Miss Brisendine and Miss Wilson were advisors. Furman served as the presidents’ school for the S. C. Physical Education Majors Association. Eleanor Williams being president and Betty Nelson, corresponding secretary. Art Students League Enlarges Dabblers’ Interest Art Students’ League was established for those who wish to increase their knowledge of art. The organization is not only for art majors but for those who arc interested in art as a hobby. With the aid of their advisor. Mr. Sifford. the club has taken many trips to nearby exhibits. The annual student art exhibit held during high school weekend was one of their main projects. I.eland Parks served as president of the group; Bill Chapman, vice-president; Batsey Freeman, treasurer; and Jo Ann MacKinnon, secretary. Home Economics Creates Home Understanding The purpose of the Home Economics Club is to create a desire in college students to understand the privileges and responsibilities of home and family living and to provide opportunities for training in improving home, family, and community life. The club is affiliated with the American Home Economics Association. and member participant in both state and national projects. Other activities include entertaining new students and high school students, servicing faculty banquets, and publishing newsletters. Officers of the club are: Eunice Ann Cooper, president; Margie Cupel), vice-president; Pat Richardson, secretary; Ann Rivers, treasurer; Mary Dean Edens, reporter. Scaled: BURGESS. HARRIS. RIVERS, COLLINS, A. RIVERS. CAPELL. COOPER. RICHARDSON. EDENS. FOX. M. BURGESS, KLINGER. Standing: MAYFIELD, CHAMBLEE. FREEMAN. MINOR, DIXON. MANN. LOWLESS, MISS BURNETTE. RAINES. M. FREEMAN, MACKEY. BRIDGES, SNUGGS. WILLIAMS. MRS. WAITERS.Press Club Interviews Campus Leaders This year s Press Club consisted almost entirely of members of the newspaper staff. Several Monday afternoons were filled with questions as the club interviewed student and administration leaders. This discussion of school problems and duties of Furman's leaders were reported weekly in the Hornet. Richard Pollock served as president; Charles King, vice-president; Joan Lipscomb, secretary; and Benjv Truluck. historian. Other members included Bill Meldrum. Hugh Fink-lea, Fletcher Allen. Jeanne Saunders. Hester Wclbom. Albert Kinnett, Bill B a 11 e n g c r, Nancy Harris, Margaret Johnson, Frances Skelton. Dean Campbell, Jo Ann Rankin, and Frank Vernon. Mr. Ira L. Baker was faculty advisor. Sociology Club Discusses Social Problems The Sociology Club is an organization for majors and minors in Sociology who have shown an interest in social problems. Its aim is to promote good fellowship and disseminate information of mutual advantage to students in the club. Officers were Kffic Sewell, president; Jocelyn Parry, vice-president; Miriam Roper, secretary; Clarence Griffin, treasurer; Margaret Nesmith, social chairman. International Relations Club Led by Ed Jones Discussions, foru ins, reports, and guest speakers highlighted IRC programs this year under the leadership of Ed Jones. The club purposed to secure an understanding of international problems and politics. Many members attended the Southeastern Regional IRC Convention in the spring. Charles Marchbanks served as secretary-treasurer of the group; Joe Sparks and Bruce Mcjunkin composed the program committee; and Mr. Fossett and Mr. Harrill served as faculty advisors.is for French Brains lx Salon Franca is is a club made tip l advanced French students who speak and write the language. The organization was indeed fortunate in having Charles Lenars ol Nice. Franco, as an honorary member this year. At the monthly meetings of the club members presented short French plays, enjoyed French games, and held discussions on French life and customs. Under the sponsorship of Miss Aileen Coggins, the organization nearly doubled in size during the past year. Fat Saunders served as president. Davnc Sharpe was secretary. French Club CV erc s j f SYudenU Compose. American CYiem ca Society VunvguVs Xvncnctm CYnetnlcaX Soriebj vs composed ol cWwnsUv uya ot$ wmV olVvei slve denis nleiesled vn eYievmsUv. Monl v wrafc nvgs U-aIutc pTOgjvnns cA vnletesl Ivvr eVvwVAv ;wu nvauv sludewls ntc Aided n n vVA v v xllet oY $ n xnduslvv or tavom os V m vw graduate scYtOcAs. WcmWtt include•. V W a u YY x n Vann rcnce Queen. Tom XVaVcVvn, o ncv WvtwelVc. XnuA Clyde V taYct. CatoIn u UanisooATvAiVrs Howell. Y oo Mauldin. oe TYvouyas, WvnJ VinYlen, l.von CtooY, Yooclwe Wlnnd. WwJ Wll Yliomas Y.sYow, Yat vata a Y .c$vt, Y. lingers, and HetWtl Wells. Music Club The purpose of the Music Club is to create a deeper appreciation for music and to Rive the music students an opportunity to meet together in a common interest. At the monthly meetings interesting and instructive programs arc presented. The dub is a member of the National Federation of Music Clubs. Officers this year were: Martha Moore, president; Ellen Culbertson, vice-president; Patricia Summcy. secretary-treasurer; and Nanc i ’ Shannon, social chairman. Creates Deeper Appreciation lor Finer Music' Philosophy Club Meets Monthly To seek the answers to some of the big questions in life, the members of the Philosophy Club met one Thursday in each month. One of the advantages of the club is that it permits the consideration of problems from all of the other departments on the campus— it is not limited. Dean Tibbs and Dr. Barry were advisors for the group. AI Miller led the group which . included Boy Watkins. Jack Hamcs. James I). Johnson, George Powell, Jack Brown. Jerry Monroe. Donald Crapps. Marguerite Johnson, J. C. Mainer, Jack Mullins, James Jordan, Herman Williams, and Bill Bridges. Cosmopolitan Club Stresses A United World Members of the Cosmopolitan Club are from many corners of the world and try to explain their country’s interests to other nationalities. A reception for new members and faculty, (diaries Lenars’ lecture on Aztec temples, David Johnson’s talk on his European trip, and the representation of the group by Beatrice de Winthuysen and Ruby Cooper at the Carolina institute of International Relations at Guilford College were top projects. Beatrice de Winthuysen was president of the group; Charles Lenars, vice-president; Herbert Lynch, treasurer; Ruby Cooper, secretary; and Mr. Babb and Miss Lowry, advisors. Other members were Lilian Mao, Beng-Cheng Oon. Nancyc Jen. Marlene Lie. David Johnson. James D. Johnson. George Powell, and B. Perdomo. Psychology Club Reorganized in Fall The Psychology Club was organized again this year after several years lapse. Mr. Boliert L. Brown provider! the impetus that got the organization started. The club, composed of psychology majors ‘and minors, sought to bring together those with a common interest in psychology in order to discuss new ideas and create a greater interest in psychology. The group enjoyed visits from professional workers in the field of psychology, movies, and field trips. Olficers were Elinor Johnson, president: Jerry Spivey, vice-president; Norma Johnson, secretary-treasurer; Betty Lee. program chairman.lX'PRE RHAME Director ELSIE BLACKWELL Accompanist Furman Singers Tour Three States One of our best years . . . top-notch quality in both voices and personalities . . . many laughs, and much inspiring music . . . "An institution of Southern Baptist" ... a very flexible organization from the great spirituality of "The Messiah” to the hilarity of "Naughty Marietta” ... Three-state lour, well received in Atlanta, Charlotte, and Winston-Salem . . . This institution offers plenty of hard work, but even more in friendship, fellowship, and good clean fun, under our most capable captain. Officers were: Yanita Lyda, president; Richard Pollock, vice-president; Kay McGee, secretary-treasurer; Bob Williamson, business manager; Charles Storey, assistant business manager. FLOAT FEATURES RESUME OF PAST OPERETTAS SCENE FROM OPERETTA THE RED MILL"PERSONNEL OF THE SINGERS SOPRANOS Lily Altman Jeannette Carroway Jam's Doscher Betty Ann Green Mary Wells Hursey Demetrius Lindler Vanita Lyda Martha Moore Rrona Faye Moorefield Margaret Nesmith Sarra Savage Betty Lee Swofford Pat Wiggins Wilda Bell Mary Ruth Bridges Mary Jane Burgess Caroline Hartsell I.iska Humphries l.ibby McDowell Kay McGee Marcia Poole Betty Shirley Pat Summey Genevieve Williams Mary Wood ALTOS Anne Baldwin Pat Balentine Patsy Cook Jo Ann Glenn Alice Goodwin Anna Guest Betty Knight Jean Lanford Margaret McCray Dottie Manly Margery Mayfield Sylvia Outcn Jo Ann Perkins Jane Raines Margaret Ann Smiggs Jo Evelyn Snyder Becky Tapp Babs Watts Frankie Way Lydia Berghauser Lynn Cater Ellen Culbertson Mary Sue Darr Joyce Harris Joyce Hines Clista Huff Norma Johnson Ann Miller Peggy Rivers Jeanne Saunders Nancy Shannon Pat Smith Co ette Thomason Lenora Webb TENORS Bill Billingsley Brownie Bradley Kenneth Brannon Danny Dantzler Bob Dendy Don Gant Gene Gatlin Bill Gulledgc Richard Pollock I Icrman Thomason Richard Ulmer Sammy Brant Jack Buice Hoagy Baumgardner Warner Burke Jerry Champey Buddy Davis John Dyer Wendell Gross Sammy Horton Kenley Jones Adrian Littlejohn Tommy McManus Bcnjy Truluck I toward Walters Billy Wells Bob Williamson Shelby Yoakum BASSES Henry Blair Charles Brock John Gann Charlie Clanton Ray Evans Bill Horton Marvin Hughes Bill Jeter James Pollock Paul Thompson Jimmy Watts Anderson Bass Tommy Belcher Jack Brantley Donald Crapps Aubrey Daniels Bob Davis Thomas Eskew Francis Funderburk Clarence Griffin Andy Harper Herbert Lynch J. P. Matthews Jerry Smith Charles Storey Tom Turner Jimmy Vick Herman Williams MlTheatre Guild Embodies Idea . . . The Play is the Thing Troupers in the true meaning of the word . . . had a good year . . . much serious work on theatre arts for the enjoyment of all . . . Three top-notch performances of "Ah, Wilderness” . . . one of them in Westminster . . . abundance of laughs and a good story . . . made trip to see “John Brown’s Body” . . . made many plans for the coming year . . . had some really nice parties . . . members helped with operetta . . . ended year with a successful May Day performance of Shakespeare’s "A Midsummer Nights Dream”... first Shakespearean production since "Julius Caesar" in '51 . . . had wonderful sponsors in Mr. Held. Dr. Richey, and Miss Lowrey. "WHAT'S THE .MATTER, HONEY?”, MORRIS TEASES KING. SUPERB SCENERY AND ACTING MAKE O’NEILL'S CLASSIC A HITTHEATRE GUILD TROUPERS Officers were: Ann Hurst, president; Reggie Graham, vice-president; Jane Terry, secretary; Virginia Dixon, treasurer. Members were: Bill Landreth. Tommy DcVcnny, Virginia Dixon, Eunice Ann Cooper, Reggie Graham, John Hubbard, Jane Terry, Nancy McManaway, Ann Hurst, Sara Ruth Higgins, Pat Mealing. Martha Smith. Clinton Henderson. Evelyn Cleveland. Frank Vernon, Bud Forrester, Cleta Watson, Mac Baltzegar, DeLorcs Riles. Charles King, Leah Thompson, Frances Thomas, Bob Williamson, Lenora Webb, James D. Johnson, Benjie Truluek, Charles Brock, Louie Lawrimorc, Tom Turner. Dean Campbell.A Note-Worthy Group . . . A Capella Choir CHOIR IN GONCEK1 Furman’s all-girl chorus on the campus changed its name this year from Chapel Choir to the A Capella Choir. Under the new directorship of Mrs. Walter L. Smith, the choir enjoyed a successful season. The all-girl choir presented special music at Thanksgiving, Christinas and Easter and a program of secular music in a spring concert. Oflicers of the group are: Jo Ann Rankin, president; Martha Babb, robe chairman; and Frances Shell, librarian. I SOPH A.NOS Nettie Allgood Betty Bryan Joy Burch Malba Gardner Dorcas Cihson Barbara Goodman Ann Godshall Fay Grainger Carolyn Gragg Joan I.ipscomb Millie Matthews Carol McCombs Janice Moore Arinin Pittman Martha Rogers Frances Shell Gail Sloan Harriettc Talley I .call Thompson Helen Thiele Hester Welborn II SOPRANOS Martha Babb May Frances Bailey Patsy Blair Evelyn Cleveland Sydellc Cosncll Jo Ann Chamblce Anna Clyde Fraker Catherine Hester Hilda King Frances Mackie Sylvia Murray Judy Ncilley Jo Ann Rankin ALTOS Kay Adams lamella Brooks Sara Jan Dodson Anita Heckle Emily Mainwaring Pat Saunders Frances Self Emma Jean Walker Sally Watson Frances Skelton Mary Bell Rudd 144Furman Band Improves Tremendously Smashing a membership record in the history of Furman, the Hand came into its own this year l egilining with numerous half-time activities at football games, climaxed by Homecoming. Parades were next on the agenda. Many musical contacts were made with families of the Greenville area through the medium of radio. A novel interlude in this year’s program was the tour which won for Furman many new friends. Under the leadership of our fine and capable director. Sam Arnold, traditional programs were rendered at May Day and Commencement exercises ending one of the most successful years in the history of Furman bands. FLUTES Joye Smith Frances Hooker Elneda Padgett CLARINETS Malcolm Slifkin Huth Herman Kirk Lawton Tom Jenkins Joe DcVore Virginia Summcy Sally Watson Caroline Harrison Mary Lou Peeples Carol Young BASS CLARINET Jackie Waldrop OBOES Mary Frances Steadman Elaine Lanford TROMBONES Jimmy Senn Otis Hill Hames Culbertson Fred Moore Roland Ralxm HORNS Charles Howell Justin Hnhon Charles Lynn Hetty Abercrombie BARITONES Paisley Jackson Hob Ivey HASSES Herbert Tyler Cecil Cave Smith Lockhart Ozzie Lee Garrett BASSOON Sybil Humphries SAXOPHONES Nancy Miner Harold Bell Phil Moore Ralph Poison Richard Arcilesi CORNETS Hawkins Cook Will Dendy Robert Ellis Jim Barnette Charlotte Orman Clarence Smith PERCUSSION Jerry Williams Paul Ross Lila Scott Gene Long Nancy Evans Rcmbcrt Tniluck DIRECTOR Sam H. Arnold STUDENT DIRECTOR Herbert Tyler LIBRARIAN Jimmy Senn ARNOLD'S PROTEGES FUtIMOH FURMAN Furman Baptist Student Union Unifies All Baptist Activities on the Campus . . . Year-Filled Calendar SUCCESSFUL FOUR OF RELIGIOUS EMPHASIS WEEK Robbie Ann Brown and James Stewart headed the BSU this year with new zeal and zest. BSU unifies all the Baptist activities on the campus as well as trying to place Baptist students in a local church. It promotes spiritual development of students by emphasizing prayer, Bible study, Christian fellowship, and participating in local church organizations. The year’s calendar was filled with many highlights: pre-school retreat at Camp Parker . . . entertaining freshmen at the annual party at the beginning of school . . . State convention in Columbia where the State BSU chorus was heard under the direction of John Dyer . . . Religious Emphasis Week was the highlight of all the activities of this organization. BSU worked together with all the other religious groups on the campus to have a week of spiritual uplifting. Dr. Overman, Dr. Rogers, Dr. B.S. U.'s CHEATER COUNCILFIRST BAPTIST PRESENTS PLAY BY PLAY VIA RADIO JOINED WITH OTHER RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS IN SUCCESSFUL RELIGIOUS EMPHASIS WEEK IN FINE ARTS AUDITORIUM Evans, and Mrs. Pearce were the speakers for this special week . . . Christmas caroling at the hospitals . . . banquets . . . vespers . . . spring installation service . . . radio party at First—the Army game. W o r k i n g with the presidents were Lcnora Webb, Bill Chapman, Betty Shirley, Albert Iluyek, Joyce Burris, Dan Ray, Jane Williams, Posey Belcher, Betty Sue Jenkins, R o I a n d Rabon, Mary Ruth Bridges, James Norwood, Jean Thompson, Rembcrt Truluck, Frances Skelton, Tom White, Vanita Lyda, Julian Cave, Edna Wells, John Cann, Mary Eva Bruce, Jack Rowan, Kaye Adams, James Johnson, Malba Gardner, Tom Turner, C h a r 1 e s Rabon, John Dyer, Bud Granger, Jo Ann Perkins, Sarah Tomlinson, and Joan Baily. The pastor advisor is Dr. Earle Cooper. Mrs. Helen Barry is the BSU secretary. Dr. Barry is the faculty advisor of the Men’s Council and Dr. Flanders is the faculty advisor for the Women’s Council. Dr. Jackson, as Religious Counselor, has an office in the Administration Building where many problems were settled that disturbed Furman students. INSTALLATION OF INCOMING OFFICERS. EXECUTIVE COUNCILFurman’s Ministerial Union Serves as Focal Point for Religious Workers The Ministerial Union is composed of those men who have felt a call to enter some definite phase of Christian work. Members seek to promote a bond of Christian fellowship on the campus. The ministry of the group includes weekly services at the jail and the Negro mission and filling pulpits during associational “Furman Days". Many students regularly serve as pastors, song leaders, and educational directors in local churches. Officers for this year were: Charles Rabon, president; Ruford Hodges, program vice-president; Dan McCec, enlistment vice-president; Hobby Cole, secretary; Hill McDaniel, treasurer; Tommy DeVenny, extension director; Hill Reamcs, jail service chairman; Hobby Hrissie, Negro mission chairman; Bcrnie Waitt, social chairman; Tom Sawyer, athletic director; Clarence Criffin, music director; and Marvin Hughes, pianist. Faculty advisors were Dr. Flanders and Mr. Dobson. SYMBOLIC ACTION IN IIIS NAMEStudent Volunteers Take Time Out for Service Student Volunteers—young men and women whose love for Christ causes them to seek opportunities to serve Him. There was fun, food, fellowship and lasting friendships for all of the members, but most of all, there was the witnessing through song, personal testimony, Sunday School class teaching, and preaching. These all helped to strengthen the tie that binds us together as a band of Christians and to increase our devotion to Christ. Officers were John Dyer, president; Jerry Spivey and Bob Poole, social vice-presidents; Frances Self, treasurer-secretary; Dorcas Gibson and Jack Mullins, deputation chairmen. The officers and members were indebted to Dr. and Mrs. Fisher for their leadership throughout the year. OFFICERSOFFICERS OF Y.W.A. The purpose of Y. W. A. is to unite young Baptist women to study about, pray for, give to, and serve as witnesses in the World Mission program. Y. W. A. Supports World Missions Y. W. A. s dedicate themselves to finding their individual roles in world missions “That in all things lie might have preeminence”. Col. 1:18. President this year was Miriam Roper, vice-president; Betty Woolbright, secretary-treasurer; Pat Smith, program chairman; Mary Dean Edens and Kay McGee. Council members were Virginia Dixon, Frances Self, Mildred Leopard, Ann Rivers, Marlene Campbell, Lydia Berg-hauser, Jean Saunders, Jean Machen, Don-nis Mitchell. Joyce Harris, Phoebe Rowan, Nancy Miner, Carol McCombs, Margaret Nesmith, Patsy Cook, Helen Stewart, Jin-nie Lee Garrett, Blanche Mcjunkin, Helen Phillips, Sylvia Murray, Eleanor Haul-brook, Merolyn Still, Leah Thompson, Carolyn Watkins and Phyllis Nations. First How: NIcCOMBS, HARRIS. MACHEN, MINOR. SELF. COWAN. Second How: WATKINS, MITCHELL, STILL. NATIONS. IIAUUBROOK, BERCIIAUSER. THOMPSON. Third Raw: NESMITH. STEWART. CAR RETT. CAMPBELL. PHILLIPS. McJUNKIN. DIXON. RIVERS. LEOPARD. C(X)K. SAUNDERS.Y. W. C. A. Stands for Internationa! Religious Understanding The Young Women’s Christian Association is an interdenominational religious organization. It endeavors to create a better understanding of foreign students, to deepen their spiritual faith, to develop in them responsible citizens for the community and world, and to hind them closer with a feeling of campus fellowship. To begin the year, “Y” held its autumn retreat at Miss Ehaugh’s cabin in the mountains, and later sponsored the Thanksgiving banquet and in December the Christmas party and Knights of the Round Table. It maintained the Candy Kitchen, held International Coffee I lours, made Kits for Korea, worked on projects with the local “Y”, and in May had the Senior Bonfire bidding farewell to the graduating class. Officers of “Y’’ were Sarah Tomlinson, president; Anita Ilcckcl, vice-president; Margaret Riddle, secretary; and Martha Moore, treasurer. ISIWESTMINSTER FELLOWSHIP IS2Wesley Foundation Links Church with Furman Students; Meet Monthly The Wesley Foundation seeks to bring about a closer connection between the Methodist students on the campus and the local Methodist churches. The group meets on the first Tuesday night of each month at the Buncombe Street Methodist Church for a supper meeting. During the fellowship of these meetings the students entertain deputations from other South Carolina colleges and take their turn at sending deputations to these colleges. At Christmas time toys were given to children at the Anderson Road Mission. Nell Harding was president of the organization; Sara Tomlinson, vice-president; Joe DeVore, secretary-treasurer; Frances Shell, deputation chairman; Barbara Loyless, publicity chairman; Martha Arrington, chairman of World Christian Community. The group is under the guidance of Dr. R. Bryce Herbert, minister at Buncombe Street Church, and Miss Mary Howard. Director of Christian Education. Westminster Fellowship Unites Presbyterians; Led by Babb Westminster Fellowship is composed of all Presbyterian students at Furman. The group meets each Sunday night in the homes of members of the different Presbyterian churches. For first projects this year, the group directed Sunday School each Sunday at Little Mission, a mission of the First Presbyterian Church and ‘“adopted” a Negro Kindergarten for parties and special events. Martha Babb served as President of the organization. 153Canterbury Club Provides Fellowship for Episcopalian Students Lutheran Students’ Association Meets Monthly at Trinity Lutheran Church The L. S. A. seeks to serve as a link between the Lutheran college students and the local church. A supper meeting, followed by a speaker or study group, is held the first Tuesday of each month at Trinity Lutheran Church. The association provides fellowship among the Furman Lutheran students besides fostering church attendance and interest in community religious activities. Officers for the past year were: Norman Briggs, president; Beverly Jant-zen, vice-president; and Helen Thiele, secretary-treasurer. The Canterbury Club is composed of the Episcopalian students at Furman. Its aim is to serve the mission of Christianity in higher education by fostering better understanding of the faith and practice of the Episcopal Church and to encourage loyalty to the life of the church. The group, which met once a week at Christ Church, provided for lectures, entertainment, and social functions for its members. Officers of the club this year were: Jeanne Beckwith, president; and Lee Stover, secretary-treasurer.DEBATERS PREPARE FOR ACTION. KING TUT S WERE NEVER LIKE THIS. CAUGHT! ONLY A LIBRARY SLIP??? IS5 iHEAD COACH BILL YOUNG POSTED THE BEST RECORD SINCE 1936. P. C. and Florida State provided little opposition as the Hurricane combined strong running and passing attacks to crush the Blue Hose 19-0 and outpoint the Seminoles 14-7. Rated a several-touchdown underdog going into the Wake Forest game, the Purple Hurricane blew for three touchdowns, one an 82-yard punt return by Captain Charlie West, to nose the Deacons 21-19 and thus complete one of the finest seasons in the school’s history. Besides Perone’s honors, John Popson made United Press All-State team and Roland Barefoot and West were picked for second team honors. Football Team Ends with 7-2 Record . . . Best Since 1936 The 1953 Purple Hurricane roared relentlessly over Newl erry; blew itself completely out against Army and South Carolina; slowed to a brisk breeze against Wofford; and then reached the height of its intensity by sweeping through the remaining schedule, leaving Presbyterian, Florida State, and Wake Forest in the wake of its ever-mounting fury. Coach Bill Young, in his fourth season as head football coach, produced his second consecutive winning team and coached this year’s Purple team to a 7-2 won-lost record, the best since 19-36. Fed by Co-Captain Vince Perone, All-State and All-Southern selection at guard, the Purples blew the helpless Newberry Indians all over Sirrinc Stadium in a .33-0 win in the season opener. After successive losses to powerful Army and South Carolina, the Hurricane reasserted itself and posted convincing 27-0 and 34-0 wins over The Citadel and Davidson. Traveling to Spartanburg for a tussle with arch-rival Wolford, the Purples were hard pushed to grind out a 7-6 victory over the neighboring Methodist institution. THESE FOUR MANAGED THE PURPLE IIURRI CANE: METTS. HUNT. MASSEY. ROBINSON. COACHES HOLT AND McQUFEN PUSHED THE TEAM FORWARD IN BACKFIE1.D AND LINE DHILI.S.ARMY PROVED TOO BIG A TEAM FOR FURMAN’S JITTERY HURRICANE Army Thrashes Hurricane 41-0 A bruising Army team, seeking national recognition after two mediocre seasons, handed the jittery Furman Hurricane a sound 41-0 thrashing in the Cadet's opening game at West Points Michie Field. Fumble-itis proved the downfall of the Big Wind, who lost the ball nine times at costly moments. The Black Knights of the Hudson recovered a Purple fumble in the early moments of the game and promptly started flashing the form that was to make them one of the nation’s top teams. Halfbacks Ted Yakimowicz and John Popson were the only consistent ground gainers on the Purple squad. Yakimowicz contributed a 37-yard kickoff return in the first period and Pop-son caught several passes to spark the weak Hurricane offense. Guard Vince Perone was outstanding on both offense and defense, and began the play that was to gain him All-State and All-Southern. HOMECOMING FURNISHED EXTRA THRILLS FOR THE YEARFurman Smashes Newberry 33-0 Furmans Purple Hurricane ushered in the 1953 football season on the Hill with a resounding 33-0 whitewashing of the visiting Newberry College Indians. Held to a 13-0 lead for three quarters, the Big Wind erupted for three touch-clowns in the filial period to insure victory. Halfback Yakiinowicz threw a 26-yard touchdown pass to end Holdnian Smith to start the route in the second period. Later on, Bo Barry ran 67 yards to the Indian five, from where Russ Sutton bulled over for the second six-pointer. In the fourth period, Furman scored three times as John Popson raced 44 yards to tally and Jim Boyle passed to Jim Ransbotham for one score and ran 57 yards on the last play of the game for the final touchdown. Hurricane Whitewashes Citadel 27-0 REED POPSON The Hurricane exploded in the second half in a complete reversal of form from their outing with Army to wallop The Citadel 27-0 in a Southern Conference tilt at Charleston. All-State halfback John Popson scored three touchdowns on runs of 2, 18, and 4 yards. Yaki-mowicz scored from the five for the final touchdown, L. G. Hightower added the final two points by blocking a Citadel punt in the Cadet end zone. Furman tallied 14 first downs to only 4 for the Bulldogs and rolled up a total of 394 yards while limiting the Cadets to a gain of only 57 yards from scrimmage. FULLER PIUNGELS SUTTON SNEADWILLIAMS HARRIS HIGHTOWER SEAY South Carolina Conquers Purples 27-13 South Carolina’s Gamecocks, ranked fifteenth in the nation, resorted to a strong passing attack to outscore Furman 27-13 and hand the Hurricane their second defeat of the season. The Baptist’s rushing yardage far surpassed that of the Gamecocks as they rushed for 247 yards as compared to 171 by Carolina. The passing of Johnny Gramling proved too much for the Purples, however, and the Gamecocks took an early lead which they never relinquished. End Roland Barefoot intercepted a pass in the first quarter and traveled 46 yards for Furman’s first score. Quarterback Jim Boyle drove over the one-foot line for the final score with less than two minutes remaining in the game. FRESHMEN TANGLE WITH THE CITADEL FRESHMEN BAREFOOT RIELECKI Davidson Swamped 34-0 at Homecoming Davidson s W ildcats caught the Baptist eleven on the relxnmd and were swamped 34-0 as the Purples set a new all-time Furman rushing mark of .304 yards in the Hurricane Homecoming at Sirrinc. Furman started the rout early in the first quarter with Popson crashing over from the one-yard line on the eighth play of the game. Popson added the extra point and the Hurricane was off to the races. Minutes later Popson popped 39 yards for his second score ami Jim Boyle, Boh Dellinger, and Captain Charlie West added six-pointers to the delight of the homecoming alumni who saw the nation’s top rushing team in action.BYRD CRAM LING CARRIES EOR CAROLINA CARRISON Furman Slips by Wofford 7-6 After romping over Southern Conference rival Davidson the week before, Furman ran into a fired-up Wofford eleven at Snyder Field in Spartanburg and barely nosed the fighting Terriers 7-6. Substitute quarterback (his Pringles came off the bench to spark the Baptists to their lone score. Pringles set up the touchdown with a pass, plunged over for the score, and then booted the extra point to provide the margin of victory. COBB Wofford scored early in the fourth period but the conversion attempt was wide and the Terriers were never able to overcome the one-point deficit. BUFFAMOYER SOCHA YOUNC SPRINGFIELD1 1 WEST COES OYER AGAINST DAVIDSON Purples Overwhelm Blue Hose 19-0 Although known chiefly for its prowess on the ground, the Purple Hurricane scored twice through the air in the first three minutes of the game to whitewash Presbyterians blue Hose 19-0. On the first play from scrimmage, quarterback Jim Hoyle passed 56 yards to end Roland Barefoot who scored standing up. Moments later. Boyle passed to halfback Paul Stewart and the Blue Hose were doomed to defeat. Boyle threw a perfect strike to Stewart on the last play of the first half and the speedy halfback wound up Furman’s scoring with his second touchdown of the night. The vaunted P. C. air attack failed to materialize as quarterback Harry Hamilton was rushed hard by the entire Hurricane forward wall. Hamilton passed to Blue for a few short gains but the Hose were never able to present a serious scoring threat. MADDOX GILREATI1 CLEGG SMITH POL STEWARTSTEWART AND SMITH CLOSE IN ON WOFFORD BACK Furman Overpowers Florida State 14-7 Buss Sutton recovered from injuries long enough to spark the Hurricane to a 14-7 win over favored Florida State at Tallahassee in the eighth game of the season. Sutton, displaying the running ability that made him an All-Stater as a sophomore, scored Furmans first touchdown in the opening period and ran a Seminole kickoff back 87 yards to set up the winning score. Hurricane dreams for their sixth victory of the season were realized when fullback Bobby Dellinger slanted over right tackle for the deciding touchdown. Automatic Gus Pringles converted and Furman went ahead to stay. Senior center Grubby Maddox with fifteen individual tackles, and Co-Captain Vince Perone sparked the stubborn Furman defense that halted a determined drive by the Semi-noles in the waning moments of the game. BAREFOOT DANCES ROBSON DELLINGER CO CAPTAIN PE RONE Furman Upsets Wake Forest 21-19 in Season's Biggest Thriller Needing a win over heavily favored Wake Forest to complete the best record in 17 years at Furman, the Hurricane pulled one of the year’s top upsets by pinning a 21-19 defeat on the Deacons in the season finale. Thirteen seniors sparked the win as Furman posted a 7-2 season mark—the best since Dizzy McCleod’s 1936 team. Captain Charlie West, one of Furman's greatest allround athletes, sprinted 82 yards with a Deacon punt in the second stanza and Roland Barefoot caught a 27-yard touchdown pass from Jim Boyle to put Furman out front at halftime. In the fourth quarter, trailing 19-14, the Purples drove 77 yards for the winning marker with Boyle sneaking over from the one, thus climaxing one of the best football seasons in the history of the school. CAPTAIN WEST MADDOX INTERCEPTS FLORIDA STATE PASS COACH VOL'NC GIVES SIDELINE BOOSTBasketball Flourishes ALL-AMERICAN FRANK SELVY . . . CAPTAIN OF U. S. BASKETBALL SELW CAPTAINS ALL-AMERICAN TEAMS Led by Captain Frank Selvy, who re-wrote every record in major college basketball history, the Purple Paladins posted a record of 20 wins and nine losses and coasted to their third straight Southern Conference tourney berth. The incomparable Selvy, who captained both the Associated Press and United Press All-American teams, broke 22 major college records in setting his unbelievable 41.7 points per game average for 29 games. Fabulous Frank, the Corbin wonder-boy, carved the name of Furman on every state in the union. For this and his other contributions to Furman, basketball jersey no. 28 was retired permanently—the first in the history of Furman. 166COACH LYLES ALLEY, BUILDER OF CHAMPIONS. Paladins Get Off To Usual Bad Start; Win 19 Out Of 22; Play In Garden Furman, in typical Paladin fashion, lost six of their first seven games, but with the addition of sharpshooters Darrell Floyd and Ken Dcar-dorff, and continued improvement by sophomore center Bob Thomas, proceeded to win 19 of their 22 remaining games. Highlighting the season was Frank Selvy’s unparalleled feat of scoring 100 points against Newberry College on February 13. Selv v, who was named the outstanding player in the nation by United Press sports writers, scored 50 or more points eight times during the season. In the Southern Conference tournament held at Morgantown, West Virginia, the Paladins beat Davidson 84-68 in the opening round and then lost to Richmond 85-81 in an overtime thriller. Frank Selvv led the balloting for the All-Tournament team w bile Darrell Floyd landed a berth on the second team. Floyd, the nation’s seventh leading scorer who finished the season with an average of 25 points per game, joined Sclvy to form the highest scoring pair in the nation. WARM-UP CAME WITH A TEXTILE TEAM. SELVY AND FRALEY SHINE IN ALL-COLLEGE OPENER IN OKLAHOMA CITY. WITH OKLAHOMA UNIVERSITY.BROCK CORDON FRANK PUSHES IT ONE AGAINST VPI. Basketball Team Ably Supported; Freshmen End Season Undefeated With 22 Other I '. U. reliables were Ken Deardorff, set-shot artist; A. D. Bennett, defensive demon and ball hawk; Bob Thomas, rebound mar- KEN deardorff vel; and Fred Fraley, floor man and scoring threat. Bounding out the team were Bob Poole, Joe Gilreath, Brock Gordon, Al Kvber, Charles Ruth, Sylvester Wright, and Harry Jones. Freshmen Win All While their big brothers were averaging an unprecedented 92 C1IARLES RUT„ points per game, Coach Bill Kerr’s baby Paladins were coasting to an undefeated season with 22 wins. Led by Bob and Bill Gaines, Phil McKinney, Bill Hanks, Joe Cooper, and Jimmy Herring, the fabulous freshmen scored 100 or more points in 10 of their games. David Railey and Gene Matheny rounded out the very successful first-year team. BOB THOMASSYLVESTER WRIGHT DARRELL FLOYD FRED FRALEY Results Are Outstanding Furman . . . 74 N. C. State . . . 100 Furman . . . 76 Duke 110 Furman . . . 76 Mercer 89 Furman . . . 103 VPI 75 Furman . . . 70 Oklahoma City . 82 Furman . . . 78 Mississippi . . . 88 Furman . . . 77 Cincinnati . . . . 93 Furman . . . 67 Presbyterian . . 66 Furman . . . 93 South Carolina . 75 Furman . . . 87 Clemson 69 Furman . . . 91 Tin Citadel . . 63 Furman . . . 109 Presbyterian . . 79 Furman . . . 85 Newberry .... 67 Furman . . . 114 The Citadel . . 72 Furman . . . 70 Clemson 55 Furman . . . 92 Manhattan . . . so Furman . . . S3 LaSalle 100 Furman . . . 97 Richmond .... 70 Furman . . . 97. George Wash. . 102 Furman . . . 114 Georgia Tech . . 67 Furman . . . 149 Newberry .... 95 Furman . . . 123 Wofford 102 Furman . . . 93 Mercer 49 Furman . . . 68 South Carolina . 50 Furman . . . 83 Richmond .... 76 Furman . . . 117 Wofford '73 Furman . . . 105 Davidson .... 93 SOUTHERN CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT Furman . . . 84 Davidson . . . . as Furman . . . 81 Richmond .... 85 THOMAS m i d BY CITADEL BASKETEER. A. D. BENNETTJOE CILRKAT1I SELVY AROUND. UP. TWO POINTS. Basketball Schedule Toughest and Best Led by Fabulous Frank, the Paladins completed their roughest schedule by thrilling millions of basketball fans. Credit is given to one of the nation’s greatest coaches. Lyles Alley, for beginning the basketball craze at Furman last year. Participating in the All College Tournament at Oklahoma City was a highlight for the team as they were given their first opportunity at big-time basketball. Playing in Madison Square Garden in New York and in Chicago proved stepping stones to national recognition. Never before has any Furman organization left the name of our University imprinted on the lips of every state in the union as the 1953-54 Paladins and Frank Selvy. As the annual went to press, Frank Selvy was still spreading "the word” about the best basketball team and best University anywhere via television guest spots, playing in the East-West game, and constant top performances on the nation-wide tour of the College All-Stars and the Harlem Globetrotters. HIGH LIGHTED F. Us HARDWOOD SEASON HARRY JONES BOB POOLEBaseball Team Win Seven; Alley, Edwards Coach Furman’s 1953 Hornet baseball team won seven games and lost eleven. Highlighting the season was an opening day 5 4 win over Duke’s Blue Devils, who went on to capture the Southern Conference title. Coach Lyles Alley, assisted by Eddie Edwards, piloted the Hornets to wins over Duke. Clemson, The Citadel, Davidson, and South Carolina. Losses were suffered at the hands of North Carolina, Wake Forest, Clemson, The Citadel. Wolford, and South Carolina. Third base m a n Bobby Dellinger, shortstop Bussell Sutton, second baseman A. D. Bennett, and catcher John Popson provided power at the plate. Pitcher Buck Gay proved the most consistent winner, leading the club with three wins and three losses. With the same infield and pitching staff returning, along with outfielder Sam Pou who was ineligible last year, prospects for a winning season appeared bright as the Bonhomie went to press.Golf Team Seeks Successful Season Returning Icttcrmen Dan Marshall, Douglas McClain, and Jim King were successful in only one golf encounter in 1953, a win over P. C. Losses were suffered to Wofford, Davidson, P. C., Clemson, and South Carolina. Coached by athletic director Bill Young, the team was composed of Marshall. McClain, James Simmons. and Buck Gay. Several promising freshmen strengthened the 1954 linksinen who were still playing when the Boniiomik went to press. Track Team Reorganized; Looks For Good Year Mattos, West, Reed Shine Last spring, for the first time in several years, Furman fielded a track team under the able tutelage of Coach James McQueen. The Purples, led by Jimmy Mattos, Charlie West, and Gene Reed, placed fourth in the state meet held in Clinton. Mattos ran the mile in 4:33 for first place in that event, Reed placed first by throwing the shot put 48[ 81 2", and West pole vaulted 12 feet for second place honors. L. C. Hightower, discus; Harry Jones, 440; Ted Cothran, hurdles; Mac Balt-zegar, hurdles and 100-yard dash: and Joe Gilrcath, javelin; rounded out the very successful first-year team.Tennis Team Led by Maddox, Ransbotham The L953 tennis team doubled the number of victories of the preceding year, and wound up the season with four wins and eight losses. Included as victims of the Purple netmen were South Carolina, Erskine twice, and the College of Charleston. Losses were suffered to South Carolina, Clemson, Wolford, The Citadel, Presbyterian, and the College of Charleston. Captain Cordell Maddox led the team with eight wins and ten losses. The doubles combination of Maddox and Jimmy Ransbotham won nine games and lost ten. The number one man on the Furman court was Maddox; number two, Ranslxrtham; number three, Bobby Rogers; number four, Alan Cragg; number five, Billy Mitchell; number six, Johnny Cothran; and number seven. Bill Price. Charlie I Iolt served as coach for the racqueteers.KAPPA ALPHA'S INTRAMURAL FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS Intramurals Has Successful Program Under Direction of Coach "Red” Dobson Furman’s highly successful intramural program, under the capable direction of H. R. “Red” Dobson, rolled oil another eventful year as the boys got a large dose of Mr. Dobson’s “mental satisfaction!)" and at the same time racked up victories for themselves and their teams. In one of the most fiercely contested football seasons on record, Kappa Alpha beat Pi Kappa Phi, Theta Chi, and Sigma Alpha Fpsilon to capture lx)th the intramural pennant and playoffs. The K. A.s led by quarterback Al Curtis, finished first in league standings with seven wins and one loss and then bounced S. A. E. and Theta Chi in rapid succession for the football trophy. Theta Chi, Pi Kappa Phi, and S. A. E. wound up in the second, third, and fourth slots. S. A. E. nosed McGee Hall 15-14 in extra innings at Manley Field to cop the 1953 intramural softball crown. The Lions, led by Bill Leake, Ken Davis, and Bobby Rogers fielded a well-balanced club and were not to be denied when they reached for the all-important winner's trophy. Kappa Alpha and S. A. E. ended the 1954 intramural swimming meet in a tie for first place, each accumulating a total of 29 points. K. A.’s Al Curtis and S. A. E.’s Charles Beall were high point men in the meet. Theta Chi and Tan Kappa Epsilon rounded out the top four teams. FRED BROWN PREPARES FOR A LOVE SETTHE TROPIIY CASE STANDS KILLED WITH TREASURED CUPS FOR INTRAMURAL CHAMPS The basketball supremacy still hung in the balance when the Bonhomie went to press, with Theta Chi’s Red Bombers leading the league with seven wins and no losses. Running a close second was K. A. with six wins and one loss. At the annual intramural dinner held in the college refectory. Bill Leake was presented the Best Athlete Award and Dayton Riddle the Coveted Sportsmanship Trophy Serving as officers of the 1953-54 intramural council were Bill Cox, president; Jack Rowan, vice-president; Lee McDowell, secretary; and Bill Hendrix, recorder. BASKETBALL SEEMED 1 0 DRAW BIGGEST l HUMORAL ATTENTION BASKETBALL IN FULL SWING PAUL JUSTICE SWINGSTHE CLATTER OF HOCKEY HARDWARE KEEN MARKSM NSIIIP AND POISE RE LEARNED IN ARCHERY CLASSES Sportin’ Figures Women’s Athletic Association Leads Women’s Sports She swims, plays tennis, volleyball, tennis . . . in fact the zooite is a pretty active girl. And for the sake of organization, we have a Women’s A t h 1 e t i c Association. W. A. A. does the planning, keeps the ball rolling, makes awards to the winners and draws up schedules. The theme for this year’s W. A. A. program was “play for plays sake" and with this in mind, W. A. A. council endeavored to carry out its aim of making sports a part of each girl’s college life. This program works to combine work, play, and competition for college girls’ health and fun. THE IDEAL SPORT FOR KEEPING FIGURES TRIM Standouts in this year's program were W. A. A.’s participation in the Homecoming events: serving coffee and donuts for workers on the floats and designing and building the queen’s float. Winthrop Play-day was next, with Furman coming home with honors in the swimming meet. Furman was host to Converse, Frskine, and Lander in a basketball plavday.Besides the regular sports, volleyball, basketball, softball, hockey, swimming, tennis, tumbling and ping-pong, new sports were added to the agenda—badminton, archery and horcshoes. W. A. A. sponsors class tournaments and individual tournaments in all these sports. Ending the year’s activities was the annual banquet where individual awards and plaques were presented. Also the W. A. A. council houseparty concluded a full sports season. WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION COUNCIL hirst Row: HARRIS. JANTZEN. NEUSOX. C(K)K. STEEPLY. JOYCE. Second How: GUEST, CALLOWAY. BAILEY. STEEPLY. JEAWEXE, MEALING. WILLIAMS. AUSTIN. Third Row: DAVIDSON. BUDD. MISS WILSON, JORDAN.KAPPA ALPHA “Do or Die for Dixie.” The Kappa Alphas enjoyed one of the best years it has had. The only regret we have is that the year was not long enough. The year began with rush-girl parties and ended with our spring houseparty. In between we had other enjoyable social privileges, including some with our brothers from Wolford, P. C., and Carolina. Every time anybody said “party" we had one. Our rush girls were tops ... a better group couldn’t be found. Rush Week parties found ns at the Mansion, the Country Club, Greenville 1 lotel, or at the home of an alumnus. Jane Gray Sullivan was second in the national KA Rose contest in Dallas, but she’s still our first choice. Cathy Hunter was last year’s most valuable rush girl, and she deserved the title. With the close of another year the book of college days is closed for many of us, but the memories of Kappa Alphaism and our brothers will close only with death. Lucius Weeks was president; Herman Williams, vice-president; Al Waldrep, recording secretary; Bill Cox, treasurer; Richard Pollock, corresponding secretary; Larry Rogers, historian; Charles West, parlimentarian. convivian TIME. LUCIUS AND MU'. DIGNITARY. AT THE OLD SOUTH. 160SKINNER THOMAS POLLOCK ROBINSON MAULDIN HENDRIX HAYES ROSS SUTTON WALDREP GREEK WEST WILLIAMS. II. TYLER BARRY WEEKS WILLIAMS. W. HOLCOMBE ROGERS COOPER COX ARCILESI BARNETTE BELCHER REEVES Pledget: POLSON SANDERS JOHNSON. J. BOYLE ELLIS WILLIAMS. J. REED IIOTTEL SAXON JONES JOHNSON. W. GfLREATII COOK POOLE ieiPI KAPPA PI The Pi Kaps under the capable leadership of Archon Jimmie Nlattos had a most successful year. Early in the year a group journeyed to Charleston for a Pi Kap Leadership Conference. Many things to improve our chapter were learned and put in use. One of the highlights of the year was the presence of our guest for Homecoming activities, Miss Miriam Stevenson, Miss South Carolina of 1954. She was the inspiration for our beautiful float on which she rode in the Homecoming parade. Miss Stevenson will represent the Delta Chapter in the National Hose of Pi Kappa Phi contest. Hush Week proved a big success when eleven men chose to wear the Pi Kap pledge pin. Our rush week would not have been a success without the faithful work of our rush girls. From all of us to all of them—Thanks! The annual Rose Alumni affair was a great success and as it goes down as history so will our senior members depart from us. We hope we can uphold the example they have set for us and that they shall always remember the fellowship they have enjoyed in Pi Kappa Phi. Jimmie Nlattos was president; Oris Crout, treasurer; Hal Miller, secretary;Ted Cothran, historian; and Micky Walker, warden. MKNIBERS POSE DURING AN EVENTFUL OCCASION. A MINUTE OUT FOR A GROUP PICTURE. JUST PARTYING. 182BOYD COTHRAN MATTOS Plnlges; CROOKS C RAPPS BLAIR BOGGS HOWARD WILHITE HORTON- WHITE MILLER LINDSAY ROUT ASHMORE 183SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON Watching over the activities of South Carolina Phi chapter of SAE is a gilded statue of Minerva, the goddess of wisdom, and the Lion, lord of the forest, her protector. This pair sees the traditional social functions of the fraternity. They see parties, Homecoming, Hush Week, the Founder’s Day Banquet, the Sweetheart Alumni affair, and Spring Houseparty. More interested are they in other aspects of fraternity life. Minerva places an emphasis on learning and scholarship to secure the most from a college experience. The Lion stresses assuming responsibility and using initiative in all phases of college life. There is a feeling of friendship and comradeship which developes among men working out common problems and sharing the same experiences that is most meaningful in the expression and expansion of personality. SAE does develop brotherhood, scholarship, and leadership in its members. Because these qualities arc important to SAE. it has been able to contribute much to the Furman campus and to sixty Furman men during the past school year. As graduation separates fast friends and silences and darkens the halls of Minerva, there still lingers the ghost of good fellowship rare. The Goddess and her Guardian expectantly await the return of September when the ranks of SAE will swell again. Jack Rowan was president; Mickey Dew. vice-president; Bud Pettit, secretary; Tom Drake, treasurer; Frank Vernon, correspondent; Bill McEachem, herald; Bill Hunt, cronical; and Bill Price, warden. HOUSEPARTY SCENE. BROTHERS CAB SESSION. HOMECOMING DECORATIONS. URflflNriJNT Htii 0UR5PEClM n 184HUNT, J. WICKLIFFE ROWAN THOMAS COTT1NGHAM PETTIE JONES DEW CHAPMAN GEORGE FINKLEA GIBSON MARTIN RILEY UNDERWOOD WILDER YOUMANS PATH' PRICE DRAKE CASS SHORT METTS SELVY LEACH l SKEW SIIANDS BENNETT ROGERS O'BRIEN MADIX)X. C. HUNTER HARRELL M I VCHERN HIBBARD DAVIS BEALL BARNErr VERNON FUdgCs: MADDOX. S. HARRIS LINDLER PATRICK WRIGHT JEFFORDS BE RDEN COOPER DANIELS M KINNEY 185 JONES W ELLS HOWELLamma Changing from the dormitory to our house was the year’s first hig excitement "A home away from home” was the cry of Tan Kappa Epsilon as the bond of brotherhood and friendship was drawn closer together. After we settled down and got the house presentable, we invited the faculty to open house. Following many successful Rush-Girl parties came Gamma Mu’s biggest homecoming celebration, with the 1 ekes having a swell float and house display, a gigantic-drop-in for parents, rush girls, and alumni, and ending the night with an intermission party before the last half of a memorable affair at Oallivan's 1 fall. Ibish Week activities were the greatest at the Legion Hall. Greenville Hotel, and the house. Nine men joined our ranks as did others at the end of the semester. The Red Carnation Alumni Ball at the Poinsett Hotel was the highlight of the year followed by a never-to-be-forgotten house-party in the mountains. Winning the National Scholarship Supremacy Trophy was our crowning achievement . . . frequent visits to Howard Johnson’s . . . exciting parties . . . selection of Eunice Ann Cooper as Dream Girl of TKE (it was a difficult choice to make from all our fine rush girls) . . . the best rush week ever ... no better rush girls . . . once a Teke, always a Teke . . . no better life . . . the brotherhood of Tekedom brought us closer together ... a strong chapter—united, ever-growing, always the cream of the crop . . . guided by the might and strengthening character of Apollo. Ernie Young served as president; Bucky Brailsford. vice-president; joe DeVore. secretary; J. C. Mattison, treasurer; Benjy Tru-luck, historian; Maynard Bland, pledge master; Malcolm Slifkin, chaplain; a n d Maurice Holley, sergeant-at-arms. TIME OUT UNDER OUR SCHOLARSHIP TROPHY. OUR CIO ANTIC HOMECOMING FLOAT; RUSH WEEK TEA. 186KLANI) MATTISON RUTH SLIFK1N ROBBINS OWKNS WILLIAMS MURPHY YOU NO BELL TRULUCK DkVOKE OON BARNETTE IIOLLKY SNOW BRITTON DrSIIIELDS BRAILSFORD Pledges: CRISWELL CAPEHART MAULDIN MIDDLETON MOORE WATKINS WAKELYN VICK NIELSSEN KIN NETT HAYMORE BURKE LAMBERT JENKINS BANNISTER 187THETA CHI Having possession of the house for the first time over a full year, the members of Gamma Beta returned to Furman looking forward to a season highlighted by parties and good times. They were not disappointed. Drop-ins, Hush-Girl parties, Hush Week, and the Carnation Alumni Ball, featuring Dean Hudson, were all terrific successes. The fraternity was well represented on the varsity football team, which compiled the best record at Furman in many years. Congratulations to these men on a job well done. Theta C'his were happy to welcome nine new pledges into their midst and add to their list of rush girls. All of the girls did a fine job and we will miss those who are leaving. The members all showed a great amount of spirit and interest throughout the year. The brotherhood reached a new peak, and the fraternity was active in school affairs Everyone worked hard and had a good time, and they can be proud of a job well done. Although we will miss the members who will not return for the next term, those remaining are looking forward to another year of Theta Chi at Furman. Bud Granger served as president; Bill Landreth. vice-president; Jim Brenon, secretary; Tom Johnson, treasurer; Bonnie Byrd, marshal; Charlie Clegg, chaplain; Hal Prid-more, first guard; L. G. Hightower, second guard; Dave Bryson, historian; N o r m a n Briggs. librarian; and Ken Cobb, assistant treasurer. LENIS HOVE... SWEETHEART AT A RUSH PARTY. HOMECOMING DECORATIONS AT TIIE HOUSE, 168FULLER COBB BRYSON I’ERDOMO CLEGG BRIGGS JOHNSON LANDRETH PRIDMOKE GRANGER HIGHTOWER BYRD BIELKCKI SEAY PETRAKOS SMITH WILLIAMS HciIrcs: BALT7.KGAR GUILES ROBINSON YAKIMOWITZ IT5RGUSON HODGES I 1TTLE MORGAN U9NonKMT 0 l.r.wiH Jwurj W, •7 I ttj U».t MlillW a.V «l» C«r 1»M ••• !MhJ • A.HtMf'-l tut.» tMt tl »o .tffw.ltl In .IX r.'.fun t« r'"'- ! • i»». I r«.Il» Jtxni jrfri riloulJ Xnltt.t. Uu. feudal .(..V. t» iM«I f •noli.? (K. r f.U . B.?Ieu: .«B » fecX.Ion U Mk jifl.p « »» «i »r» »f «e w»ntf»tton «r-l 7 •«.Di»l f«r Ilor.i.. t »y ri» i 7 ..r ►»•» to .II «. Iot.Ii rwiMr»V »ol JO r«w »!• IKar.oal., ejaU'.i'iI.sii'B.l 5tnc.r«l7 feredeatctiy Miss BONHOMIE c4adm i 1954 ROBERT Q. LEWIS 190I Mary Dominick SPONSORED BY WOMEN’S SOPHOMORE CLASS Miss Jane Gray Sullivan SPONSORED BY KAPPA ALPHAMISS JEANNETTE CARROWAY Sophomore Class MISS I.YNN CATER Junior ('lass Miss Mildred Leopard HOMECOMING QUEEN Attendants MISS RENEE Di RANT Freshman ('lass IUMiss Betty Galloway MAY QUEEN 1953 Miss Mona Ruth Looper MAID OF HONOR 197 IA RCA RET K EN DRIC K FRANKIE CATER MM MARILYN HUNT Queen’s ATTENDANTS LYNN CATER JOYCE FLYNN CATHY HUNTERJOYCE STEEDLY JO ANN PERKINS JO BETH PERKINS May Day, 1953, was celebrated on a lovely May afternoon with ivy-covered Fine Arts Building as a scenic background. The Queen, Betty Galloway, was preceded by thirteen attendants beautifully attired in their dresses of pastel net. As Crown Bearer, Janet Flanders, presented the crown to Mona Looper. the Maid of Honor, who encircled her majesty’s head with the regal halo. ■The attendants honored the queen by dancing the pavane, a ceremonial old dance by couples. 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Anderson, Jo Ann . . . 2202 9th Avc., Bradenton, Fla. Sr. Andrews, Carroll Willis..................Main St., Lamar Jr. Arcilesi, Richard.................Maxwclton, Greenwood Sr. Armstrong, B. Carl...................Rt. 1, Fountain Inn Fr. Amettc, Robt. L...................Acline Avc., Lake City Fr. Anils, Donald . Ill E. Felton St., X. Tonawanda. N. Y. So. Aronson, Clarence.....................Woodbury. Vermont Fr. Arrington, Martlta .... 19 Wilton St., Greenville Jr. Ash. Norma lean . . 4 Belk St., City View, Creenvillc So. Ashbaugh, Alex .... 1195 Gordon, Atlanta, Ga. Fr. Ashley, Albert R............29 Callivan St., Creenvillc Jr. Ashmore, Chas. Bums . . . Rt. 4. Box 237, Greenville Fr. Ashmore, Tamara . 145 Maryland Avc., Charleston, W. Va. So. Austin. Barbara .... 4 Oak Haven St., Greenwood Jr. Austin, Thomas David . 7 Smythe. Monaghan, Creenvillc Fr. Austin, Walter Ray .... Atlantic St., Ml. Pleasant Jr. Ayers. Robert..................Creenvillc Rd.. Piedmont Sr. Babb, Barbara...................................Princeton Sr. Babb, Martha...................301 Perry Ave., Greenville Fr. Bagwell. James Chas. . 509 White Horse Rd.. Greenville Fr. Bagwell. Norman R......................Rt. 2, Spartanburg So. Bagwell. Peggy Ann.........................Rt. 1, Piedmont Sr. Bailey, Frazier.....................Marianna. Arkansas So. Bailey, Mac Frances.................. 320 Lyles St., Caycc Fr. Bair, Henry Martin.....................Rt. 3, Orangeburg Fr. Baker, Amos.................................Rt. 1. Oswego So. Ballcnger, Win. L. . 8 Ponce dc Leon Avc., Creenvillc Fr. Ballew, Harold . . Rt. 2, Woods Lake Rd., Greenville Jr. Ballew, Thelma...................13 Smith St.. Creenvillc Fr. Baldwin, Anne . . 703 Third St., New Cumlretland, Pa. Jr. Baldwin. Mildred....................Rt. 2, Simpsonville Fr. Balentinc, Pat . . . 1102 Buncombe St., Greenville Jr. Baltzegar, Barbara . . . 120 Sheppard St., Charleston So. Baltzegar. Clifton .... Connie Maxwell, Greenwood Fr. Bannister, Roily................................Mountvillc Jr. Barefoot, Roland..................7 Elm St., Lancaster So. Barnett, Alton............................Rt. 2. Woodruff So. Barnette, James . . Willow Rd., Hendersonville, N. C. So. Barnette, Volncy . . . 310 Anderson St.. Creenvillc So. Barrett, Janies.................. 308 Crayton. Anderson Fr. Barrows, Terry . . 716 Breakers. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Fr. Barrows, Tom . . 716 Breakers, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Sr. Barry. Francis Bo . . . Carolina Avc., Summerville Fr. Bass, James...................... 753 Sumter, Rock Hill Sr. Bates, Coy......................100 Highland Dr., Union Fr. Batson, Donald . . 203 Donnybmok Ave., CreenviQe Sr. Battle, James . 1728 Inverness Avc., N. E.. Atlanta, Ca. Fr. Batson, Rhoden D. . . . 3806 Buncombe, Creenvillc Jr. Baumgardner, Chas. . . 10 Rcdfcm. W. Asheville. N. C. So. Beall, Charles . 4010 Wash. Rd.. W. Palm Beach, Fla. Sr. Beam, Barbara .... 135 Mt. Vita Avc., Creenvillc Fr. Bearden, Archie .... 29-1 E. Paris Rd., Greenville Jr. Bearden. Horace.............................Rt. 3.‘Pelzer Fr. Beaty, Doris (Mrs.).........................Mountain Rest So. Beaver, Billy . . . Apt. G-0, Clauvsen St., Greenville Sr. Belcher, Posey...............................Rt. 1, Inman Jr. Belcher, Thos...................213 Hampton, Greenwood Sr. Bell, Frances . . 115 Willowood Cir., S. E.. Atlanta, Ga. So. Bell, Harold.........................South 2nd St.. Seneca Jr. Bell. Wilda.................23 Fulton St., Asheville. N. C. Sr. Bennett, A. D........................... Holly Hill Sr. Bennett. Joseph . . . Box 362. Hendersonville. N. C. Jr. Benson, William..............................Rt. 3. Greer Fr. Benton, Billy . . . 3510 Richland Ave., Nashville. Tenn. Jr. Berry, Fred....................416 Townes St., Greenville Fr. Berry. Richard................ 628 Suuunitt Dr., Greenville So. Sr. Jr- So. Sr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. So. Sr. Fr. Jr. So. Sr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Sr. Jr- So. Fr. Sr. Jr. Sr. So. Sr. So. Fr. Jr. Jr. r . Jr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. So. Sr. So. So. Fr. Sr. So. Fr. Fr. Sr. So. So. So. Sr. Jr. Sr. So. Sr. So. So. Fr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Jr! So. So. Sr. Bessenger, Aubrey .... 298 Church St., Bamberg Bcrghauser. Lydia .4115 Pcohurst Ave., Baltimore 15, Md. Bidguod, Herbert...................Miller Couity, Inman Bielickc, Andy ... 77 River St., E. Rutherford, N. J. Billingsley, Bill . . Rutledge Dr., Hendersonville, N. C. Bishop. Dan .... 101 Arrington Avc., Greenville Bishop, Eugene . . 104 Vanderbilt Cir., Greenville Bissell, Betty...........................Box 127, Pelzer Black, Claude .... 117 Kant Rd.. Springfield, Pa. Blackwell, Douglas , . Rt. 3, Courtland Dr., Creenvillc Blackwell, Elsie . . 322 University Ridge, Creenvillc Blair, Jerry................311 Mills Avc., Greenville Blair, Pat............. 2705 Plainview Rd., Anderson Blake, Alice.......................................Belton Bland, Maynard.................... 204 Fairview, Gaffney Boggs, Phillips . . . 264 S. McDuff, Jacksonville, Fla. Bolen, Betty....................................WillLston Bolen, Shirley........................Box 127, Williston Booker, Frances.................Pendleton Rd., Glemson Book ter, David . . . 745 S. Bcltline Blvd., Columbia Bourne, Wm............................4th Avc., Conway Bousman, Nancy ... 911 Maxwell St., Pensacola. Fla. Bowen, Charlie.............................Rt. 2. Liberty Bowen, Wm..................Berea Heights Rd., Creenvillc Boyd, Wm.....................149 Augusta Ct., Creenvillc Boyle, James......................310 W. P’ e, Florence Bradley, George . . . 1076 Columbia Rd., Orangeburg Bradley, James .... Box 182, Chesapeake. W. Va. Bradley, Wm.......................Chamblin St.. Woodruff Brandi, Michael . . 477 Abington Ave., Bloomfield. N. J. Brannon, Barbara Ann . . 4 Addlcstonc Ave., Charleston Brailvford, Wm..............210 W. Boyce, Manning Branham, James...........................Rt. 1, Lugon Brannon. Kenneth . . 36 Pinccrest Avc., Great Falls Brant, Sammy...........................Green St.. Ulmers Brantley, Thos.......................Box 234, Glovervillc Brenon, James ... 3 Woodland Way, Crccnbolt. Md. Bridgcman, Bobby . . 141 Sunset Dr., Laurinburg, N. C. Bridges, Mary Ruth .... 112 Ellis St., Augusta, Ca. Bridges. Wm.................112 Ellis St., Augusta, Ga. Bridwcll, Billy.........................Rt. 7. Greenville B rid well, George.......................Rt. 1, Woodruff Bridwcll. Polly.........................Rt. 7. Greenville Bridwcll. Rosemary......................Rt. 7, Greenville Briggs. Norman . . 9107 Autoville Dr.. College Park. Md. Brissey, Bobby.......................Rt. 1. Ware Shoals Britton, James...........................Rt. 1, Alcolu Brock. Charles.....................South 2nd St., Seneca Brock, Robert...........................Rt. 5, Seneca Brock. Robert Sloan . . . Brock Ave., Honca Path Brown. Ann Carolyn .... 720 Florence St., Aiken Brown, Ann Lee..........................Mountain Rest Brown. David . . . 104-A Dale St., N. Charleston Brown, Fred..........................Rt. 5, Spartanburg Brown, Hubert...........................Box 44. Caycc Brown, Jesse......................................Wagoner Brown. Joseph.......................Main St., Williamston Brown. Robbie Ann .... Box 123, Westminster Brown, William...........................Rt. 1. Santue Bruce, Mary Eva........................Rt. 1, Camden Bruce, Winton.........................Rt. 2, Martin. Ca. Bryan, Betty............... 243 Penn Ave., Crcenwood Bryson. Franklin .... 402 Bennett St.. Creenvillc Buchanan, Harold....................1 Lake St.. Drayton Buchanan. Jo Ann . . . 635 Walnut St., Rock Hill Buck. Nancy................1199 King St.. Charleston Buffamoycr, Dave.....................Rt. 2, Lebanon, Pa. Buice. Jack.............1241 Trenton St„ Atlanta, Ca. Buiee. Willie .... 12-11 Trenton St., Atlanta. Ca. Bunion, Kirby..................................Smasks Burke. Wyatt.................. 322 Hampton. Creenvillc Burgess. Mary Jane . . . Box .303. High Shoals, N. C. Burgess. Joann .... 200 Blyth Ave., Greenwood Buress, Janis . . 809 W. McGailliard Rd.. Muncic, Ind. Burch, Joy..................106 McGee St., Greenville Compliments op HUNTER'S TIRE SERVICE 216STUDENT DIRECTORY—Continued So. Burnett, Joseph...........................Ht. 2, Taylors Sr. Burris, Joyce . 318 Homes Ave., Palmetto Car., Charleston Jr. Byrd, Ronnie ... 128 V. Cambridge, Greenwood Jr. Campbell, Carroll Dean .... Rt. 2, Landrum Fr. Campbell, Janice ... 2-1 Maple St., Gastonia, N. C. Jr. Campbell, Marlene..........................................................Campobcllo Jr. Campbell, Melvin Ray...................Box 1061, Clcmson Jr. Campbell, Walter A. . . 1515 Peachtree, Charlotte, N. C. Jr. Cant), John McKinney . . 307 Henrietta, Greenwood So. Cant), Marvin Leigh . 2375 Fairway, Winston-Salem, N. C. Jr. Cannon, Jacquelyn .... 709 Chestnut St., Laurens Jr. Cantrell, Rufus R.........................Rt. 2, Chesnee Jr. Cantrell, W. Brunson.........................................................Lil erty Jr. Capchait. Frank IF. . 116 Park Dr., Pi. Pleasant, W. Va. Jr. C pcll, Margie.......................North A St., Easley Sr. Carlisle, Geraldine F. (Mrs.), 309 Buncombe St., Greenville Jr. Canroll, Jane..................20 Duke St., Greenville So. Garrowny, Jeannette . . 168 E. Palmetto St., Florence Sr. Carter, Carol..................Box 292, Lakeland, Ga. Fr. Carter, Charles Allen . . 607 Arlington Ave., Greenville So. Carter, James Ed. . Rt. 56. White Horse Rd., Greenville Sr. Carter, Louise .... 318 Crescent Ave., Greenville So. Carter, Patricia Ann........................................................Ridgeland So. Case, George F.. Jr............1 Cleveland St., Easley Fr. Cash, Edward Woodrow......................Rt. 3, Piedmont Sr. Cashion, Robert Earl..................Webster St., Sinter Jr. Cass, James K., Jr. . . . 203 E. Earle St., Greenville Jr. Cater, Lynn....................139 South B St., Easley Fr. Cave, Cecil R., Jr.....................Rt. 3. Orangeburg Sr. Cave, Julian A., Jr....................Rt. 5, Greenville Sr. Chalk, Harry E............................Rt. I, Switzer Fr. Chamblcc, Jo Ann..........................Rt. 4. Anderson Fr. Champey, Richard G.............18 Victory Dr.. Sumter Fr. Chapman, Martha.................................................................Inman Sr. Chapman, Wnddy Wm.. Jr. . . Oakland Ave., Inman Fr. Cheek, James Roy .... 2 Worley Rd.. Creenville Fr. Chester, Alfred................ 332 Lodi, Elyria. Ohio Sr. Chesser, Harold I.. . . 1480 Church St., Cleveland. Tcnn. Fr. Chiles. Walter I!.. Jr............414 M Ave., Cayce So. Christopher, Marilyn . . 302 W. Prentiss Ave.. Greenville Fr. Cioffi. Joan .... 42 Linden Ave., Long Branch. N. J. Fr. Clanton, Chas. Tommie . . 311 McAlway, Charlotte, N. C. Fr. Clardy, Robert C.. Jr. . . 716-B King St., Charleston Fr. Clark, Jack Moore.............. 1205 2nd St.. Hartsvillc Jr. Clarke, Mack Kelly..........................Russell, Ky. Jr. Clegg, Chas. C....................Box 422, Dalton, Ga. So. Clclnnd, Mary I anc.......................Box 115, Seneca So. Cleveland, Evelyn . . . 505 Townville St., Seneca So. Cobb, Chas. Kenneth . . 115 Bennett St., Greenville Jr. Cochrane, Billy................Rt. 3. Matthews, N. C. So. Cochran, Jack..........................1U. 4, Greenville Sr. Cole, James Rol ert .... 63-D Beaufain, Charleston Fr. Cole, Page .... 1-A Virginian Apts., Greenville So. Coleman, Virginia...............................................................Cross Hill Fr. Colley, Carlton Eugene . 2331 S. W. 7th St.. Miami. Fla. Fr. Collins, June .... St. Matthews Rd.. Orangeburg So. Collins, Mary Jo......................Box 133, Chesnee Fr. Compton, Bobby Dale.....................Hazelwood, N. C. Jr. Compton, Leonard N. . . Connie Maxwell, Greenwood Fr. Cook, Gerald Owen . . . Thomas St., Spartanburg So. Cook, Hawkins Miller .... 103 Hilton St.. Greer Fr. Cook, Patsy...................................................................Kershaw So. Cooper, Bert H., Jr.......................................................Springfield Sr. Cooper, Eunice Ann.........................Ware Shoals Fr. Cooper, Toe Edward . . . 665 W. Meadow St.. Gaffney Sr. Copeland. Douglas W........................Rt. 5, Greer Sr. Copeland. Samuel 1.............16 Chestnut St.. Sumter So. Coppcdgc, Donald W. . . . Box 501. Sullivans Island So. Corley, Carolyn................ 257 Riggs Dr., Clcmson Sr. Oyster, Vincent M.............. 420 Keith Dr.. Greenville Sr. G thran, John C........................Rt. 1. Williamston So. Cothran, Patricia Jo......................Rt. 3. Belton Fr. Cothran, Riley.........................Rt. 1, Williamston So. Cothran, Thurman D. . . 133 Mallard St., Greenville Sr. Cotlingham. Worth M...................Jackson St.. Dillon Sr. Cox, Gene ('ary . . 201 E. Augusta Dr.. Greenville Jr. Cox, Otis..................................Wisner. Ga. Sr. Cox, Wm. Glenn . . . 222 E. Main. Cartcraville, Ga. |r. Cox. Wm. Max...........................Rt. 2, Greenville Sr, Crapps. E. Donald . . 1101 Olympia Ave., Columbia Fr. Craven. Paul J.. Jr. . . 26-1 Savannah Hwy„ Charleston Fr. Criswell. James M. . . . 802 Yardly Dr.. N. Augusta Jr. Crook, Evcrcttc D.............................St. George Jr. Crook, Joseph Earl............................St. George So. Crook, Lynn...................................St. George So. Crooks, Wm. E., Jr. . . 200 E. Augusta Dr., Greenville Jr. Grout, Oris E. . . Apt. G-4. Claussen St., Greenville Jr. Crymes, Caroline . . . 608 Crescent Ave., Greenville Fr. Cublwge, Latlson C., Jr. . . . Rt. 4, Box 291, Sumter So. Cudd, Ann . . . 2:10 West Main St.. Brevard, N. C. So. Culbertson, Ellen . . . 591 S. Converse St., Spartanburg Fr. Culbertson, James F., Jr. . 570 $. Greenwood Ext., Ware Fr. Culbertson, J. F., Jr. . 570 S. Greenwood Ext., Ware Shoals Jr. Curry, I lerbcrt Leard . . . 407 Ansel St., Greenville Jr. Curry, Jane..................N. Main St., Fountain Inn So. Curry, John Broadus . . . 1612 E. North. Greenville Jr. Curtis, A. L..................S. Limestone St., Gaffney Fr. D'Amhrosio, Bcnj. J., 2755 Grand Ave., Niagara Falls, N. Y. Fr. Dacns, Curtis .... 308 W. Arlington Ave., Greer Fr. Daniels, Aubrey Clise . . 120 Thomas St.. Lake City Fr. Dantzlor, Win. Daniel . . . Rt. 1. Box 170. Holly Hill Fr. Darr, Mary Sue............... 300 Hickory St., Clinton Jr. Davidson, Dee May.......................Swannanou. N. C. Jr. Davis. Buddy Franklin...................Box 243, Fairfax Fr. Davis, Chas. Buford ... 18 Lois St., Greenville Fr. Davis, John Robt. ...........................Box 88. Enorec Fr. Davis, Kenneth E........................Box 388. Camden Jr. Davis, Ottis I,..............1 Ladson St.. Greenville Sr. Davis, Robert E., Jr....................Box 388. Camden So. Davis, Walter 1..............18 Sitka Ave., Greenville Fr. Dawscy, Sybil . 11 Woodville Ave.. Overbrook. Creenville Sr. Dean, Mary Louise......................Brevard. N. C. Jr. Deardorff. Kenneth O. . . 240 Stoimvehr, Gettysburg. Pa. Jr. Deaton, Robert L........................Box 94, Pagcland Fr. DcFoor, Maurice Fred . . . Box 111. Eastaroller,Ga. Fr. Dellinger, Robt. Lee . 237 3rd St.. N. W., Hickory, N. C. Sr. Dendy, Robert S. .................Box 68. Weaverville Fr. Dendy. Wm. Harper . . 15-15 Church St.. Whitmire Fr. Dendy, Wm. Rolx-rt . . 407 Aberdeen Dr.. Greenville Fr. Dennis, Gordon E............. 253 S. Church. Florence Jr. deSaussuro, Mary . . . . Rt. 5. Box 3-13. Charleston Sr. DcShields, Richard H. . . . Rt. 1. Box 91. Creenville Sr. DeVcnny, Tommy A. . 35-11 Admiral Dr..Charleston Ilgts. Jr. DeVore, Joe Wilson......................Rt. I. Greenwood So. Dew, Duncan M. Ill...........................Dew St., Latta Sr. deWintbuyscn, Beatriz....................Barcelona. Spain Sr. Dixon, Virginia..............................Bennett, N. C. Fr. Dobbins, Eddie Eugene . . 304 W. Park Ave.. Creenville So. Dobson, Nod T.................................Neboy N . G. Jr. Dodson. Sara Jane.......................Rt. 1. Piedmont So. Dominick, Mary .... 209 North Ave.. Anderson Jr. Donnan, Hugh H...................................Tigcrville Fr. Doscbcr. Janice . . . . 812 Academy St.. Johnson Jr. Drake. Thos. M...............34 Callivnn St.. Creenville Jr. Duarte. Hugo Alberto.................Cruces L. V.. Cuba So. DuBoxe, John C.. Jr. . . 1907 Home Ave., Hartsvillc Jr. Duncan, Paul I).........................Rt. 8. Creenville Fr. DuRant, Renee .... 1221 Cherokee Rd.. Florence Jr. Durham, Marlowe T.................................Cleveland Fr. Durham, Martha.....................................l andrum Jr. Durham. Thomas C....................................Landrum Fr. Dyches. Ohio Dunbar.....................Rt. 1, Blackvillc Sr. I ycr, John G..........................Chickamauga, Ga. Fr. Ebert, Robert E.......... 406 Belmont Ave., Creenville Fr. Edens, Benny M...............112 E. Elm St., Florence Sr. Edens, Frances......................................Dalzcll Jr. Edens, Mary Dean..............................Six Mile Fr. Edens, Shirley..........................Box 159, Pendleton Sr. Edwards, Charles A......................Poinsett St., Creer Sr. Edwards. Elizabeth . . . 109 Laurel Ave.. Crirbin, Kv. Sr. Edwards, Patricia . . . 103 Memorial Drive, Creer Sr. Edwards, Wm. Russell......................Moncks Comer Sr. Ellenburg, Fred C. . Hollywood Dr., Rt. 5. Creenville Fr. Ellenburg, Joe D.............116 McDaniel Ave., Easley Fr. Ellis, Robt. L.....................15 Bridges St., Inman Sr. Ergle, Nona Claire.................22 Pelzcr St., Langley So. Erwin, Rose.............. 305 S. Ervin St.. Darlington Jr. Eskcvv, George M.............124 Capers St., Greenville Sr. Eskevv, Thos. J., Jr. . . 1311 E. North St., Creenville Fr. Evans, Edith........................................Cameron Sr. Evans, Mary Frances . . . Chesterfield Ave., Lancaster Fr. Evans. Nancy.................Rt. 3. Box 109, Andrews Sr. Evans. Ray E.................................Rt. 1. Buffalo So. Everett. Mary . . N. Church St.. Mountain City. Tcnn. Fr. Fayonsky, James L. . . . 702 W. Main St.. Walhalla 217STUI)EXT DIRECTORY—Continued So. Fcclcy, Bobbie . . . 124 S. Palmetto Blvd., Clcrnson So. Fcezor, Ann.........................Rt 7, Lexington, N. C. Fr. Felmcnt, Harold Dean . .7136 Buniett, Spartanburg So. Fennell, Thos. S................18 Crestview. Greenville Fr. Ferguson, David Win. . 2-110 Buncombe Hd., Greenville So. Ferguson, Max E. . . 28 W. Hillerest Dr., Greenville So. Ferris, Abraham G......................... So. Finldca, Alton C., Jr...............Richardson St.. Latta Sr. Fin Idea, Hugh C.....................Richardson St., Latta Fr. Fletcher, C. V., Ir.. 1900 Arlington, Hendersonville. N. C. Fr. Flowers, Bobby Rav . . . . Rt. 1. Box -13, Lake City Sr. Flowers, Thos. Earl . . Box -118, Rt. 1, Alexandria, a. Fr. Floyd. Ghas. Leon...................Feris Rd.. Greenville So. Floyd, Darrell C................Rt. 2. Thomasville, N. G. Jr. Flynn, Joyce................P. O. Box 263. Spartanburg Fr. Fogle. Marion A.................................................Orangeburg Fr. Foreman, Rodney Nl. . . . 1876 Rose, Sarasota, Fla. Fr. Forrest, Roy Otto . . 327 Furman Hall Rd., Greenville Sr. Forrester, Gary T., Jr.....................Rt. 3, Taylors Jr. Forsyth. Hugh Hogg . 339 Thompson Ave., Donora. Pa. Sr. Foster. Ruth...................................Honea Path So. Fox, Barbara........................Jcrvcy Rd., Greenville Fr. Fraker, Anna Clyde .... Rt. 8. Greeneville, Term. So. Fraley, Fred R............................Wayland, Ky. So. Franks, Betty.........................Rt. 4. Greenville So. Freeman. Batsic .... Rt. 1, Box 206, Greenville Fr. Freeman, Mona Ruth.....................IU. 1, Greenville Fr. Freeman, Julian . . 26 Thornton Ave., LaGrango. Ga. Jr. Freeman, G. B.........................Rt. 1. Dacusville Jr. Freeman. Lawrence G............................Dacusville Sr. Fritter, Norman N...........................Falmouth, Va. Sr. Fuller. lx-s V................Glenwiek St., Dallas, Texas Fr. Funderburk, J. F....................Rt. 2. Roxboro. N. C. Fr. Gaines, Billy B. . . . Park Cir., Old Hickory, Tenn. Fr. Gaines, Bobby Clay . . Park Cir.. Old Hickory, Tenn. Jr. Galloway, Sara...................................Trenton Fr. Gant, Donald Lee................Rt. 1. Swannanoa. N. C. Fr. Gantt, James S...................40 Luring Pi., Sumter So. Cambrell, Sarah Ann . . 20 Tomassee Ave., Greenville Sr. Gardner. Mall a....................P. O. Box 62. Joanna Fr. Garner, Carolyn...............117 Lawrence St., Lyman Jr. Garner, Ted II. H................................Buffalo So. Garrett, Carrol Frank......................Rt. 1. Owing Fr. Garrett, Jimmie Lee . . 730 Bennett St., Orangeburg Sr. Carrett, Maxie L............100 Con wav Ave.. Laurens So. Carrison. Donnie....................Oak Lane. Liberty Fr. Catlin. Eugene ... . . 4820 Russell. Columbia So. Gault. Tommie.........................Rt. 2. Simpsonville Fr. Cay. Rolx-rt.........................Box 397. Winnsboro Jr. Cay, William........................South St.. Taylors Fr. Gentry, Hugh .... 13 A Lewis Village, Greenville Sr. George, Win. II..............4 Arcadia Cir., Greenville Sr. Gibson, Dorcas...................................Denmark Sr. Cil»on. George . . . 300 Manor Rd.. Charlotte, N. C. So. Gibson, Stephen .... 937 Middleton. Orangeburg So. Gifford, Robert . . 2335 E. North St. Ext., Greenville Fr. Gillespie, John.................S. Main St., Abbeville Sr. Gillespie, Norman...............19 Hedgcpath, Liberty Sr. Cilrcath, Joseph........................1 Ioreshoc. N. C. Fr. Gilstrap. James..............1 Burdette St.. Greenville Sr. Glenn. Brenda .... Rt. 1. Box 129. Marion, C. Fr. Glenn, Joanne . . . . 2126 Montford Ave., Charleston So. Godfrey. Barbara................Rt. 2, Box 63, Nichols Fr. Cods hall, Ann...................106 South St., Union Jr. Goldsmith, Nancy . . . 2319 Augusta Rd.. Greenville Fr. Goodman, Barbara....................Rt. 2. Westminster Fr. Goodnough. Chas. I). . . . 316 Orders St., Greenville Sr. Goodwin. Alice.... 504 Perrin Ave., Union So, Gordon, Brock . . 315 Evarts, N. E., Washington, D. G. Sr. Cornell, Sydellc.38 Blake St.. Greenville Fr. Cowan, Phoebe Ann..................Perrin Ave., Union Sr. Cragg, Alan.............. 929 Egmont, Brunswick, Ga. Jr. Gragg. Carolyn .... 929 Egmont, Brunswick. Ga. So. Graham, Beaufort .... Rt. 1. Box 231, Williamston Jr, Graham, Bobby .... Bt. 5. Box -176. Charleston So. Graham, Isaac L...................Rt. 2, Travelers Rest Sr. Graham, Reggie.............................Rt. 4, Seneca Fr. Grainger, Faye.............................Rt. 2, Nichols Sr. Granger. Charles .... 40 Allen St., Greenville Fr. Craybeal, Gloria.8 Hampton Apt.. Sumter Sr. Green, Ben T......601 N. Main St.. Greer Fr. Green. Betty Ann......................Rt. I. Lynchburg Sr. Green, Jack..................26 Simmons Ave., Greenville Sr. Green, Dorothy........................Blowing Rock, N. C. So. Sr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. So. Fr. Jr. S«. Fr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Jr. So. Sr. So. Fr. Jr. So. Fr. Fr. So. Jr. Sr. Sr. So. Ir. Fr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Ir. So. Jr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Fr. So. So. So. So. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Sr. So. So. Ir. Sr. Tr. Fr. Fr. Ir. Sr. Fr. So. Sr. Crccnc, Jimmy............................Rt. 5, Greet Greer, J. Howard....................Rt. 5, Spartanburg Gregory, Jack...........................Ware Shoal Griffin, Clarence .... 18 Wells St., Spartanburg Griffith, Blake L......................Rt. 1, Pendleton Gross, Wendell . 515 Woodlawn Ter., Cumberland, Mil. Grout, Judith . 36 Fernwood Lane. Clev. Park, Greenville Guest. Anna ..... 103 Butler Ave., Greenville Culledge, Carl...............................Wcdgcficld Culledge, William...................Box 85. Eastover Guy, Barbara Jo..............28 Sunset Dr.. Greenville Cwinn, William . . . 496 Pinckney Ct.. Spartanburg lalford. Robert lull, Gloria . (all. Hal . . tail, Robert . lull, Roy . . . . fall, William . . (all, Wrn. Roger . lallman. Win. Blake lamci, Dale Louis . lames. Jack . . . lammctt, Alfred . lancock, Alexander lanks. Win. F. . . larding, Nell . . larding. Larry . . larpor, Andrew . . . 5111 Colonial Dr., Columbia . . . 207 Jones Ave., Greenville . . . . Blue Ridge Ave., Belton 1312 E. Crcen St., High Point, N. C. . 204 N. Franklin Rd., Greenville ................Box 596, Williamston .........................Rt. 3. Pelzcr . Rt. I. Box 40. Spartanburg . . . Rt. 3, Massiolun, Ohio . . . . Spring St.. Drayton . 8 R St.. Judson, Greenville 109 Front St.. Oxford, N. C. 506 E. Broad. Stateville, N. C. . 403 Pettigm St., Crecnville . . . Jennings St., Buffalo 1620 Club Rd.. Charlotte, N. C. larper, Shirley.....................................Martin larrell, Chas. D. ..... S. Church St.. Florence lanis. Jack..............................Sulligcnt, Ala. larris, Joyce, 4 Chadwick Rd.. S. Windermere, Charleston larris, Joe . 4 Chadwick Rd.. S. Windermere, Charleston larris. Nancy....................Harrison Ave., Walhalla lanrison, Caroline . . . . 302 Church St., Greer lartsell, Caroline...................Rt. 1. Travelers Rest laulhrook. Eleanor . 317 W. Fredericks St., Anderson lawk ins, Franklin D. . 401 (xMimmnity St., Rock Hill lawkins. Nora..............................Rt. 3, Greer layes. Eugene .... 201 Tiudal Ave., Greenville laves, Ralph...............13 Williams St., Greenville lays, Pat............. 619 27th St.. W. Palm Beach. Fla. I ymorc. James.........................McOaysville. Ga. leekle, Anita......................Hillerest Dr.. Chester lendorson. Clinton......................Box 207, Ghesnec lendricks. James..........................Box 26. Pickens lendrix. Bill .... English Ave., Chickamauga, Ga. lendrix. Charles .... 408 Grid ley St.. Crcenville lendrix. laronard.......................Box 337. Kershaw lonson. Louis.............................Rt. 2. Marietta lerinan, Ruth .... 106 Suimysidc Dr.. Greenwood lerring. James . . . 215 S. Main St.. Moultrie, Ga. I ester. Catherine . . . P. O. Box 156. Lake Park. Fla. lester. William....................2 Elrod St.. Crecnville licks. Helen............................Rt.. 8, Greenville liggins. Sara Ruth..........................Rt. 1. Hodges lighsmith. James...........................Rt. 3. Cmrens lightower. L. Glam.......................Rt. 3. Bamberg lildcbrand. Robert........................Rt. 2. Cameron fill. Evans..........................Rt. 1. Eclectic. Ala. 1 11. Otis........................Pocalla Springs. Sumter lilt. William . . 6115 Kanuga St.. Hendersonville. N. C. filler. Carl...................Waverly Ct., Greenville lilton. Jessie Lee.................................Rethune linds. Douglas .... Willowbank Rd.. Georgetown lines, Joyce.............................Rt. 1. Camnobello liason. Avery................................Holly Hill linton. Frank..................................Six Mile lipps. Jo Ann...............................Rt. 3. Belton lodgcns. Dolmas....................................Taylors lodges, Jean.............................Box 213. Taylors lodges. Buford .... Timmonsville Hwy.. Florence lokhold, Julius ... 26 Washington PI.. Greenville lolcombe. Eddie . 102 Beth Dr., Leawood. Greenville lolland. Robert..............Farvicw St.. Fountain Inn lolland. Jo Ann . Rt. 7. New Buncombe Rd., Greenville rollrv, Maurice . . 267 Barcelona. W. Palm Beach. Fla. lolliday. Charles . ... 6 Graham St.. Easley lolinos. Robert .... Box 285. Huntersville. N. C. lorton. Betty.............................Earlv Branch lopper. Columbus . . . . Rt. 3. Forest City. N. C. lorton, Samuel............................Rt. 4. Pagcland lorton. William . . . 132.3 Winthrop Dr.. Rock Hill lome. Jackie.........................Box 90, Orangeburg 218STUDENT DIRECTORY—Continued So. Hottel. David..........................Box $3. Glendale Sr. Hove, Lennis.........................Box 317, Newberry Ft. Howard, Charles................39 Druid St., Greenville Jr. Howard, Dan............................ • •_ . Dale So. Howard, Edward.................98 Grace St, Greenville Jr. Howard, Richard . . . 128 Converse St.. Greenville Fr. Howell. Charles . . 2261 Selwyn Ave., Charlotte. N. C. Fr. Hubbard, Shirley .... 909 Mohawk Dr., Florence So. Hubbard, John...............1002 College Dr., Gaffney Fr. Huekaby, Riley .... 2-19 Andrew Ave., Greenwood Sr. Mucks, Joseph............................Rt. 4. Conway Jr. Hudgens, Joseph.................................Taylors So. Hudson, Sara Atha ....... Rt. 4, Greer Fr. Hudson, Betty Jean . . . 602 Greenway Dr.. Florence Jr. Huff. Billy..................21 Thniston St., Greenville Fr. Huff. Clista .... 121 West Fatis Rd., Greenville Fr. Huggins, Sam.....................................Nichols Fr. Hughes, Janies . . 6 Hortcnse 1 1.. N.W., Atlanta. Ga. Sr. Hughes, Barbara .... 107 W. South St., Union Fr. Hughes, Betty . . . 399 Summers Ave., Orangeburg So. Hughes. Marvin .... 905 Colleton Ave., Aiken Sr. Hughes. Robert..............33 Varner St.. Spartanburg Sr. Hughey, Kenneth .... 811 S. Main, Greenwood Fr. Humphries, LLska . 25 N. West Ave.. F.. Belle Glade. Fla. Jr. Humphries, Sybil.........................Rt. 5. Gaffney Fr. Ilunninitt. Bonnie Sue . Flora Ave.. Rt. 56. Greenville So. Hunt. Charles.............22 Broughton Dr.. Greenville Jr. Hunt, Julian.............199 Riverside Dr.. Greenville Jr. Hunter, Jessie Catherine......................Ridgeland Fr. Hunter, Leah . . Rt. 2, N. lax- Hwy., Cleveland, Term. Sr. Hunter. Robert .... 5 F.. Ilillercst Dr.. Greenville Sr. Ilursey, Mary Wells...........................Pagcland Sr. Hurst, Ann . . . 4701 Barbara Ave., Knoxville. Term. Fr. Hutto. Mary Lee . . . 1520 Boundary St.. Newberry Sr. Huyck, Albert . . . 727 Upland, W. Palm Beach. Fla. Fr. Hyatt. Ronald W...................................Latta Jr. Isbill, Betty Jo . . . 40 Morris Ave., Asheville. N. C. Fr. Infinger, Talmadge . . 209 Park Rd.. North Charleston Jr. Ivey, Bob........................17 Chamblin, Woodruff Sr. Jacks, Frank...........................Rt. 2. Westminster Fr. Jackson, Carness................... 502 2nd Ave., Dillon Fr. Jackson, Donald................721 Saluda St., Rock Hill Sr. Jautzcn, Beverly . . 507 Wappoo Hall Rd., Charleston Fr. Jeffords. Hugh . . . 1223 Wuvcrley Ave., Florence Sr. Jenkins. Betty Sue..........................Rt. 4, Greer Fr. Jenkins, James.................................Chesterfield Fr. Jenkins, Thomas................ 1407 Silas St., Newberry So. Jennings, Francis B. ... 222 S. Bull, Columbia So. Jennings, Patricia . . . 110 E. Stone Ave., Greenville Fr. Jeter, Clarence . . . 1216 Highvicw Ave., N. Augusta Jr. Jeter, William.................M-l Lewis Plaza, Greenville Fr. Johnson, Carroll....................................Nesmith Sr. Johnson, David . . 1129 Hyman, Hendersonville. X. C. Sr. Johnson, Elinor....................................Walhalla Sr. Johnson, Francis L..............106 Church St., Sumter Sr. Johnson, James D. . . . 209 W. Parrish Dr.. Benson So. Johnson, James L. . . . 300 Houston St., Greenville Fr. Johnson, John R................................ 402 Goer Fr. Johnson, Louise .... 2208 Bay St. Ext.. Beaufort Sr. Johnson, Mayer L....................................Kinards Sr. Johnson, Norma .... 210 Catherine St.. Union Sr. Johnson, Faith..............................Magnolia. N. C. Jr. Johnson, Tommy . . 1053 N. W. 34th Ave.. Miami, Fla. Fr. Johnson, William .... Rt. 5, Hendersonville, N. C. Sr. Johnston, Marguerite . . 422 Crescent Ave., Greenville Jr. Johnston, Margaret ... 33 Briarcliff Dr., Greenville Sr. Jolly, Clarence.............................Prentiss, Miss. Sr. Jolly, Margaret Turner............................Edgefield Sr. Jones, Albert....................7 Woodfin Ave.. Greenville Sr. Jones, Ed....................E-3 Graham Field. Greenville So. Jones, Ham'.....................Ill College St.. Greenville Fr. Jones, Joe Kcnley .... 213 Oregon St.. Greenville Sr. Jones, Lewis Earle................Cork St.. Ware Shoals So. Jones, Martin .... 136 Bradley Rlvd., Greenville So. Jones, Sara Frances .... 137 Capers St., Greenville Fr. Jones. William ... 15 Blue Ridge Dr., Greenville So. Jordan, Eunice . . 6 Albemarle Dr.. Giro. Ter.. Charleston Jr. Jordan, James D. . . . 6 Albemarle Dr., Charleston Jr. Justice. Paul............................Wayncsville. N. C. So. Kay. Lewis......................210 Henrietta, Greenville So. Keith, Fletcher .... 3 N. Beaver Lane. Greenville So. Keller. James.................. 4230 Kilboumc, Columbia Sr. Kelley, Hal David ... 101 Fumianville, Greenville Jr. Kelley, Ralph....................17 Kim St-. Greenville Fr. Kelly, Lloyd E..........................Rt. 56, Greenville Fr. Kendrick, Robert . . 67 7th St., Woodside, Greenville So. Keuncmorc, Eloisc . . . 215 W. Faris Rd., Greenville Fr. Kerby. Robert.....................51 Allen Dr., Cltarlcston Fr. Kerns, James.....................12 King St., Greenville So. Kibler, Gracclyn .... 615 Meadow St.. Columbia So. Kilgore, John..........................Rt. 1, Simpsonvillc Fr. Kilpatrick, Harry.................22 Duke St.. Greenville So. King. Charles..................... 238 North B St.. Easley So. King. Kenneth.............................Rt. 2. Woodruff So. King. Luke B. . . . 1526 Richardson Dr.. Hartsvillo Fr. Kiunctt, Albert . . 408 Tarplcy St., Burlington, N. C. Jr. King. Hilda . . 100 Baker St., Kings Mountain, N. C. Jr. Kixselburg, James....................Rt. 2. Candler, N. C. So. Klinger. Donna .... Jeda-Ki Acres. Rt. 1. Liberty Fr. Knight, Betty...................301 Main St.. Chesterfield So. Knight, Johnny................................Simpsonvillc Jr. Knighton. Donah!...................3 Reeves St.. Enorec So. Kylrer. Alan.....................1006 62nd St.. Brookmont Sr. Lambert, Nevellc.................Rt. 1. Box 159, Maiming Jr. Landrcth, Bill............... 508 McCrary St., Greenville So. Landrum. George ... 65 Crcstvicw Apts.. Greenville Fr. Lancy, Howard.......................Rt 5, Lincolnton. N. C. Fr. Lanford, Elaine...................E. Georbia St.. Woodruff So. Lanford, Jean.....................15 Tyler St.. Greenville Fr. Langley, Furman...................The Groves, Mt. Pleasant Fr. Lawriinorc, J. B.....................Rt. 2. Hemingway Sr. Lawriinorc, Louie.....................Rt. 2. Hemingway Jr. laiwson, Kenneth . . . 215 Saluda Rd.. Greenwood Fr. Lawton, James....................................Kiugstrec So. Leach. James . . . 231 W. Mt. View Ave., Greenville Fr. League. Russell .... 114 W. Park Ave., Greenville Fr. Leathers. Martha.....................35 Lyman St., Pfizer Fr. la-apord. Robert..............................Rt. -I. Greer Fr. Lee. Robert...............................Rt. 1, Landrum Jr. la-e, Betty . . . 312 S. Jefferies Blvd., Walterlxmr Sr. Lehman, Gaylord......................................Inman Sr. Lenars. Charles.............................Nice. France Jr. Leonard, Thomas............................Rt. 5. Greer Sr. Leopard. Mildred ................Rt. 2, Liberty Fr. Lesley. William..............................Rt. 2. Pickens Fr. Lever. Sara lam .... IE. Ilillercst Dr., Greenville Fr. Lewis. John .... 200 W. Ilillercst Dr.. Greenville So. Lewis. Thomas .... 8 B Lewis Village, Greenville So. Ligon, Bobbie . . . 408 West View Ave.. Anderson Jr. Lindlcr, Demetrius.................II Walnut St., Stnrtex Fr. Lindlcr, Francis M. . . Bt. 6. Box 209. Savannah. Ga. Jr. Lindsay, James....................2 Hillcrost St. Lil erty Jr. Lindsay, W. Marshall................1 Haynes St.. Greer Sr. Lindsey, Donald ... 20 Darlington Ave., Charleston So. Little, Maxwell . . 136 Chilean Ave., Palm Beach, Fla. Fr. Littlefield, Carole . . 516 Hampton Dr.. Spartanburg Jr. Littlejohn. Adrain .... Rt. 3. Box 48. Shelhv. N. C. So. Lipscomb. Ioann............................Rt. 2. Walhalla So. Lister, Bobbie Jean . . . 323 Pickens St., Rock Hill Jr. Load man. Jack . 3800 14th St., X. W„ Washington. D. C. Jr. Lockhart, James.................221 E. Smith St,. Gaffney Fr. larng, David.............................Bamberg St.. Latta |r. Lott. Mary......................................Williston Sr. Look ides, William . 1360 Chapel St.. New Haven, Conn. Ir. Lowder, Harold .... Rt. 7, Box 894. Naval Rase Sr. Ix»ylcss, Barbara .... 7 Hampton Cir.. Rt. 3. Taylors Sr. l.ucado. Charles .... 2131 Park St.. Columbia So. Ludwig. Billie .... 602 Buneoml c St.. Greenville Sr. Lyda. Vanita.......................Rt. 1, Flat Rock. N. C. Sr. Lynch, llcrlrert.....................................North So. Limn. Charles.................17 Sitka Ave.. Greenville Fr. Lynn, James............... 607 Kershaw St., Cheraw Jr. McCall, Frances............................Rt. 1. Pfizer Jr. McCall, James................ 200 Guess St., Greenville Jr. McCuskill. John..............Lynwood Dr., Lancaster Sr. McClain. James . 73 S. Greenwood Ave.. Ware Shoals Fr. McClain. Peggy . . 97 Mitchell Ave., Asheville. N. C. Fr. McClellan, John.................. 106 7th Ave., Easley Fr. McClure, Malancy . . 2-115 Edge-wood Ave., Anderson Fr. McCoin. Choice . 139 Sylvan Way. Marshall F.. Greenville Fr. McCombs, Carol.........................Smyth St.. Belton So. MeCravey, Thomas....................Arlington St.. Greer Fr. McCrary. Sarah...................Rt. 1. Brevard. N. C. Fr. McCray. Margaret . . . . . Rt. 4. Monroe. N. C. Fr. McDade. Roy .... 660 Federal Ter.. Atlanta, Ca. ?I9STUDENT DIRECTORY—Continued Sr. McDaniel. Otis..........................Rt. 1, Warrenville Sr. It. McDamcl, Ruse Aim, 739 N. Main, Hendersonville, N. C. Sr. Jr. Mciaonaki, Wilccy....................................Rt. 1, Liberty Fr. So. McDowell, Elizabeth. Rock Spring Rd., Wake Forest, N. C. Sr. So. McDowell, Melvin .... 23 First St., Greenwood So. Jr. McEachcrn, Bill . . 14 Myrtle Avc., Concord, N. C. Jr. Jr. McElhannon, Eugene . 1 1st St., Woodside, Greenville Sr. Jr. McElrath, Mary Jane.........................................Roebuck Jr. Fr. McGee. Carol . . . 19 E. Mt. View Avc., Greenville Jr. So. McGee, Daniel.......................................Rt. 1, Anderson So. So. McGee, June.............................................Fountain Inn Jr. So. McGee, Kay . . 1918 Brantley St., Winston-Salem, N. C. Jr. Fr. McGee, Margaret Ann.....................................Ridge Spring Fr. Sr. Mejunkin, Blanche....................................Rt. 1, Pickens So. Sr. Mejunkin, Paul . . Rt. 1, Saluda Dam ltd., Greenville So. Jr. Mejunkin, Pearl .... 14 Whittier St., Greenville So. Fr. McKenzie, Caroline .... Harper Avc., Honea Path Sr. Jr. McKinley, Judy...................................Rt. 2, Anderson Jr. Fr. McKinney, Phil.....................Rt. 2, Kirklin, Indiana So. Fr. McKinnon, Otis .... 110 Montanna St., Greenville Fr. So. McManuway, Nancy . . 117 V. Earle St., Greenville Jr. Fr. McManus, Tommy D.Rt. 5, Lancaster Fr. Fr. McManus, Thomas, Jr.Rt. 2, Lancaster So. So. McMinn, Delano . . . Momingside Dr., ToccOtt, Ca. Fr. Jr. McMinn, Lucille .... 14 Whilncr St., Greenville Fr. So. McNatt, JoAiiii..................104 Riggs Dr., Clemson Sr. Fr. McNeely, Al....................................22 Rowley, Greenville Fr. Fr. McOueen, Betty Jo...............................Dogwood Dr., Mullins So. So. Maelien, Jean..............215 Perry Avc., Greenville Sr. Jr. Mackey, Barbara.........................Rt. 3, Honea Path Fr. Fr. Mackie, Mars- Frances . 105 S. Main St., Granite Falls Jr. So. Mnckinnon. Joanne . . 301 Williamston Rd., Anderson Jr. Fr. Madden, Tommy . . . 903 Arlington Ave., Greenville Sr. Sr. Maddox, Cordcl . . 1303 Austin Avc., LaGrange. Ca. Jr. Fr. Maddox, Sidney . . 1303 Austin Ave., LaGrange, Ca. So. Fr. Magill, Sara Frances . . 707 Woodland Dr.. Lancaster Sr. Fr. Mannffcy, James . . Box 218, Plinoy Cr.. Simpsonvillc Sr. Sr. Mainer. J. C.......................Box 638, Leesburg. Fla. Fr. Maimvaring, Emily, 518 White Pine, Hendersonville, N. C. Jr. So. Malloy, Francis E......................Iaegcr, W. Va. Fr. Jr. Malpbnis, Wofford....................... . Ridgcland Jr. Jr. Mangum, Leonard , . No. 5, Triangle Apts., Greenville Sr. Sr. Manly, Dorothy . . . 130 E. Tallulah Dr., Greenville Sr. Jr. Mann, Clayton......................Rt. 3. Candler. N. C. Fr. Sr. Mann. Daisy . . 121 N. Verona Ave.. Avon Park, Fla. Fr. Fr. Mann, Sylvia .... 18 Underwood Ave., Greenville Sr. Jr. Manning. Raymond.........................................Ridgeville Jr. So. Manoa, Jimmy......................2 Barrett St., Greenville Fr. Jr. Marchbanks, Charles .... 309 Cornelia, Greenville So. Jr. Marshall. Dan.....................G-2 Clausscns, Greenville So. Sr. Marcum, Louise..........................Box 426. Easley Sr. Jr. Mao, Li Ling. 23 Stafford, Kowloon Tong, Hongkong.China Fr. Jr. Martin, Frank Pong . 236 Locklund, Winston-Salem. N. C. So. Sr. Martin, Walter.....................Rt. 1, Ware Shoals Jr. So. Murdrc. Wardlaw . . . 515 Watts Ave., Greenville Fr. Fr. Martin, laiVcrno...............................Rt. 1, Greer Jr. Massey, Joseph..............10S Biltmorc, Greenville Sr. Fr. Massey. Thomas............... 309 Bccchwood, Greenville Jr. Fr. Matheney, Troy..........................Rt. 3. Gaffney Fr. So. Mathews. James .... 1125 E. Church, Bartow, Fla. Sr. Fr. Mathis. Carolyn . . . 580 W. Main St., Spartanburg Sr. Fr. Matthews, John .... 209 Acline Ave.. Lake City Fr. Fr. Matthews. Louisa ... 14 Washington PI., Greenville Jr. So. Matthews. Ella Jane ... 112 Ackley Rd., Greenville So. Sr. Mattison, James B............................................Belton So. Sr. Mattison, James C..................II Pelzer, Belton Sr. Jr. Mattos, Jimmie .... 530 S. Main St., Greenville So. Jr. Mauldin, David........................Rt. 4. Easley So. Jr. Mauldin. Donald .... 300 Mulberry St.. Greenville Jr. So. Mauldin. James.................. 606 Townvillc, Seneca Fr. Fr. Maxwell, Sidney.........................Rt. 1. Well ford Fr. Sr. Mayo. James................................Elmer, D. Fr. Meador. Guy...................P. O. Box S9. Chester So. Fr. Mayfield, Margery.................109 Miller St.. Greer Fr. Fr. Medlin, Robert...............1108 Kings Ave., Florence Fr. So. Mealing. Patricia . . 103 Forrest Avc.. North Augusta Jr. Fr. Mcarcs. Joyc................Ware Shoals Inn. Ware Shoals Sr. Jr. Mcdlnck, James .... 53 Air Base Dr.. Greenville Fr. So. Meeks, Ada Margaret . . 307 Moultrie So.. Anderson So. Fr. Mcldrmn. William . . . Park Hgt. Apts. 1-B. Greenville Jr. Jr. Metis. Hugo......................Ellis Ave., Orangeburg So. Fr. Middleton. John.......................Main St.. Elloree Ir. Jr. Miles. Delos............................Rt. 2. Coward Sr. Fr. Miller. Ann............515 Pinckney St., Spartanburg So. Sr. Miller, Harold .... 515 Pinckney St., Spartanburg Sr. Miller, John................Apricot, N. Belmont. N. C. Miller, Lewis........................102 E. Main, Seneca Miller, Ted.................................Rt. 5, Union Miller, William .... Cleveland St. Ext., Greenville Miner, Nancy.........................................Rion Mitchell, DonnLs............................Rt. 4, Saluda Mitchell, George......................Oakland Avc., Greer Mitchell, William A. . . . 218 Beechwood, Greenville Mize, William.................311 Long Hill, Greenville Moehlcubrock. Charlotte . . 210 Waccamaw, Greenville Monroe, James................Central Ave., Honea Path Monroe, Jerry . . . 307 IIillcrest Ave., Gastonia, N. C. Moore, Janice.................414 School St.. Kingstrcc Moore. C. Phillip.........................Cliffside, N. C. Moore. Fred........................................Latta Moore. Loti Jean....................Rt. 5. Spartanburg Moore. Martha . 393:} Grandview Avc., Meridian, Miss. Moore. Paul...................................Simpsonvillc Moon-field. Brona Fay...................Rural Hall, X. C. Morgan, Hiram........................................Ware Shoals Morgan, Mary Lillian . 311 Whitmire St., Brevard, N. C. Morgan, Ralph.....................................Seneca Morse, Joyce.........................Box 156, Laurens Morris. Beeler.............. 906 Augusta St.. Greenville Morris, Sally...............................Murphy, N. C. Morrow, William P.. Jr.................Rt. 2, Landtum Moss. James R..............119-A Clevcrvine, Greenville Moss, Kenneth R. . . 105 President St., CrecnviUe Mostoller, Glenn R. . . 565 Reynolds Avc., Greenville Moul. Gail Allan . . 1630 Augusta St., NV. Columbia Mullikin, Vera..........................Rt. 1. Greenville Mullinax. Betty S. (Mrs.)................Rt. 2. Pendleton Mullins, Jack S....................11 Mallanl, CrecnviUe Murphy, Clyde E...................................Belton Murray, Bobby G..........................Rt. 5. Greenville Murray. Sylvia...........................I.udovvice, Ga. Myers, William P..............25 Locust. Canton, N. C. Nations, Phyllis .... Rockland Cir., Concord. N. C. Nally, Robert D. . . 4 Vemer Springs Rd.. Greenville Nelson, Betty . . . 292 Seaside Avc., Milford, Conn. Nelson, Billy B.............201 Coleman, Greenwood Nesmith, Margaret.................................Nesmith Newton, Charles R. . . . 990 Moss Avc., Orangeburg Newton, John R. . . . 990 Mo Ave., Orangeburg Newton, Kenneth M........................Yongcs Island Newton, Theodore L. . . . 5 Atwood St., Greenville Nichols, Hcinry P. . . . 3101 Augusta Rd., Greenville Nicholson, Anne............................Rt. 3, Taylors Nicholson. Joseph R.....................7 Barton, Easley N'ielssen, Orla Fisk . . . 2019 Bo Is over. Houston, Texas Norris, Frankie ...»......................Rice St.. Easley Norris, James A.....................Box 218, Williamston Norwood, James T.. Jr...............................McBce Nunn, Clyde Z. . . 102 Parker Rd., Oak Ridge, Tcnn. O'Brien, Guv S., Jr. . . . 1008 Kalmia St., Florence Odom, Frank A...............35 Curley Ave., CrecnviUe O'Neil. Earl Hugh . 118 Wcdgewood Dr., Greenville Oon, Ben-Cheng, 1672 Hose Rd.. T k Ancon. Perak, Malaya Oon. Seng Kok, 1672 Hose Rd., Telak Anson, Perak. Malaya Orr. Martha....................24 Cosnell Ave., Inman Osborne, Dee Ann . 206 W. Prentiss Ave., Greenville Owcnby, Burnet C. . 329 W. Prentiss Avc., Greenville Owens, Allan J...................Washington St.. Barnwell Owens, Betty . . . 308 W. Prentiss Ave., Greenville Owens, Douglas C..........................Rt. 1. Easley Owens, Rachel................1314 King Ave., Florence Owens, Louise......................Box 1402, Tryon. N. C. Onion, Pcg p'................. 623 Morris St., Rock Hill On ten, Sylvia...................................Pageland Padgett. Elneda.....................4 Irby St., Woodruff Palmer, Betty....................................Ridgeway Paulue, Mary Ann . . . 404 Stroud Cfc, Greenwood Park. Charles A. . . . Ill Williams St. Greenville Parks. Clarence L.. Jr..................Box 274. Lockhart Parker, Gary V.. Jr. . . . 5 Norwood St., Greenville Parker, Harold W........................R. R. St.. Pickens Parrish, Floyd I..........................Clover St.. York Parrish, James D......................417 N Avc.. Caycc Parrish. Patricia Atm....................Brevard, N. C. Parry. Jocelyn...........5 Rivcrdalc Dr.. Charleston 42 Patrick. Emmett L., Jr. . . . 100 Williams, Lake City Patterson, Carl E.....................8 4th St., LaFrance 220STUDENT DI RECTORY—Contin tied Jr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Sr. So. Fr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. So. Fr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. So. So. Jr. Jr. So. Sr. t Fr. Jr- Jr. Sr. So. Sr. Fr. Jr. FI! Jr. Jr. Sr. So. So. Sr. Sr. So. So. Jr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Sr. So. Sr. So. Jr. Fr. So. Jr. Sr. Sr. So. Sr. Sr. t Jr. Sr. Sr. So. Jr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Sr. So. So. Fr. Fatty, Richard R.............Kt. 6, Box 297. Greenville Payne. Thomas E.........................Rt. 3. Toccoa, Ca. Pearce, John F...........................Rt. 2, Nichols Pearce, Phillip ii....................................Nichols Pearson, Rntus C...................Box 482, Calhoun Falls Peden, William S., Jr........................Rt. 2, Pelzcr Pedricli, Eugene S. . 609 E. Altanuiha, Fitzgerald, Ca. Peeples, Mary Lou......................................Estill Pcirano, Emily .... 214 Elizabeth St., Greenville Perdomo, Romarica, 317 Vicente G., V'. de las Tunas, Cuba Perdue, Cliarlie P.................311 Lloyd, Greenville Perkins, Jo Ann..........................Nashville, Ga. Perkins, Jo Beth.........................Nashville, Ga. Pcroni, Vincent J., Jr. . . 327 Parker, Hackensack, N. J. Perry, Hampton 1. . . . G-l Cluussen St., Greenville l’ctrakos, Spero S.......................24 Croft, Greenville Pettit, Lcland E............. 328 Jones Ave., Greenville Petty, Ann...................114 Rose Ave., Greenville Plait, Lawrence A..................Box 203. Greenville, Pa. Phillips, Ann Marie . . 2016 Augusta Rd., Greenville Phillips, Helen.............................Box 383, Joanna Phillips, John W.............................Rt. 5, Greer Phillips, Martha........................Box 624, Williamston Pitman, Arinin......................... 103 3rd Ave., Dillon Pittman. Ann.................Box 53, Columbus, N. 0. Pitts. Charles 11............1614 lola Dr., Valdosta. Ca. Plagianis, Cus S. . 8 Wade Hampton Blvd., Greenville Pollock, Richard S. . . . 222 Screven St., Georgetown Poison, Ralph D................... 600 W. Poinsett, Greer Pool, Rita..............11 N. Meinminger St., Greenville Poole, Alfred J., Jr. . . 300 McDonald Ave., Greenville Poole, Ervin R...............Box 236, Travelers Rest Poole, Marcia.........................................Clemson Poole, Robert B. . . . 321 Fayetteville, Clayton, N. C. Popson, John . . . 339 Slocum, Swoyerville, Pcima. Porter, Mary Kate (Mrs.), 16 2nd Ave., Poe M., Greenville Porter, Sherry .... 2025 E. Park Ave., Greenville Porter, Winfred W. . 16 2nd Ave., Poe Mill. Greenville Pou, Samuel C...........................Rt. 3, Greenville Pound, James E. . 1529 Cilworth Rd., Charlotte. N. C. Powell, Joe Marion.......................Moncks Comer Powell. George D. . . . 39 Beardsley Parkway. Conn. Power, Charles L. . . 108 E. Augusta Pi., Greenville Powers, Jack E......................6 Mill St., Woodrufl Powers, James B..............107 Bath Dr., Greenville Price, Anne............................................Seneca Price, Thomas R. . . . F-l Claussen Ave.. Greenville Price, William W. . . . 910 Broad St.. LaGrangc. Ga. Pridmore, Harold L.................108 Magnolia, Gaffney Pringcls. Cus T..............107 Virginia Dr., Sumter Privett, Leo F..........................Rt. 4. Darlington Putnam. Miriam..........................Rt. 53, Greenville Queen, Lawrence D. . . 18 2nd, Woodsidc, Greenville Quick, Joan..............121 W. Stone Ave., Greenville Rabon, Charles 11............................... . Lugoif Rabon, Jo Lena (Mrs.), Apt. E-5, Graham Fd.. Greenville Rabon. Justin F........................................Logoff Rabon, Matthew M............................Rt. 3. Taylors Rabon, Roland O.............................Rt. 1, Logoff Ragsdale, Walter II.........................1st St.. Easley Railcy, David E. . . 1303 Russell Rd.. Fort Smith, Ark. Ramey, John, Jr. . . 38 Duke St., Duncan, Greenville Raines, Barbara . . 42 Scvele St.. Duncan, Greenville Raines, Carolyn . . 42 Sevelc St.. Duncan, Greenville Raines, Jane................. 4001 Vcmer St., Columbia Raines, Joann................12 McMillin Cir., Inman Rankin, Jo Ann..............................Rt. 1. Liberty Ranslmtham, James I.. 500 Lovcjoy, Apt. 467, Atlanta, Ga. Ray, Dan Allan..............................Rt. 7, Greenville Raymond. Sara (Mrs.) . 206 S. Mcmmingcr; Greenville Reanu-s, Billy L.....................................Johnston Reed, Marion E. . 160 S. Lakcview. Winter Garden, Fla. Reeves. William B............11 Spruce St., Creenville Rhodes. John R. . . . R. D. 3. Reynoldsvillc, Pcnna. Rich, Lester C..............................Rt. 2. Taylors Richards. Luther A.. Jr. . . 50 Woodruff St.. Woodrufl Richardson. Clinton A...................Rt. 3. Westminster Richardson. James F. . . . Laurens Rd.. Simpsonvillc Richardson, Norma...........................Rt. 1. Pendleton Richardson. Patricia .... South Fifth St.. Seneca Riehbourg, Anita ... 17 E. Hillcrest Dr.. Greenville Riddle, Margaret .... 339 Jones Ave.. Greenville llidgway, Charles M. . . 117 Waccamaw Ave., Greenville Jr. Riles, Dolores . . 18 West 9th St., Woodsidc, Greenville Sr. Riley, Richard W...................201 Grove Rd., Greenville So. Rippy. William D. . . . 9 Lawton Ave., Greenville Jr. Rivers, Anne.............. 2507 Wilmot Ave., Columbia So. Rivers, Nolle...................... 205 Faris ltd., Greenville Fr. Rivers, Peggy...................................Ml. Croghan Jr. Rivers, Ruth.............. 2741 Heyward St., Columbia So. Roane, Gales M. . . . 12-5 E. Earle St., Greenville So. Robbins, Charles R. . . College St., Huntersville, N. C. Jr. Robinson, Cliarics A. . . . 406 Fairfield, Lancaster Jr. Robinson, Delons . . 103 Crestvicw Apts., Greenville So. Robinson, Fred E. . . . 104 Townes Ext., Greenville Jr. Robinson. Theodore R..................126 Long. Rock Hill Fr. Robinson, Wm. W., Jr. . 1627 E. North St., Greenville Sr. Rodgers. Martha.................Cullison Fr. Rogers, Dorothy Anne.....................Box 254, Sumter Sr. Rogers, Fulton F., Jr. . . 911 Jackson Ave., Florence Jr. Rogers, Larry L...................................Lake View Fr. Rook. Martha....................................Box 4, Drayton Sr. Ross, Charles H. . . 131 Church St., Cartersville, Ga. Sr. Roper, Miriam...............................................Six Mile So. Roiier, Robert T., Jr. .... S. Main, Fountain Inn Jr. Ross, Harold E..........................................Blaney Sr. Ross, Joseph P., Jr....................................Blaney Jr. Rowan, Edwin J..........................................l.atta Sr. Rudd, Mary Belle...............Ridgeville So. Ruth. Charles R.......................Rt. 1. Fletcher, N. C. Sr. Rutledge Othis W................... 405 College. Greenville Fr. Sanders, Albert M. . Apt. 11-E Lewis Village, Greenville Jr. Sanders, Marvin M......................14 Lucas, Wulhallu Sr. Sanders, Helen Pat . . . Rt. 3, Box 362, N. Augusta So. Saunders, Jeanne . . 105 N. Inman, Bessemer City, N. C. Fr. Savage, Sarra .... 127 Montclair Ave.. Greenville So. Sawyer, William T..................141 Swance, Spartanburg So. Saxon, Donald V., Jr. . . 1 Park Hgts. Apts., Greenville Fr. Saylors, Aubrey H. . . . 101 Arlington Ave., Greenville Jr. Saylors, James C., Jr.................Rt. 1, Williamston Sr. Schroder. Charles F................ 802 E. Main, Walhalla So. Schurnpert, Barbara...................Box 444, Williston Fr. Scott, Lita.....................Whitmire Fr. Sealaudcr, Charles W. ... 64 Wilcox. Dumont. N. J. So. Seawcll, Jack...................... 308 Frederick, Anderson So. Seay. Larry.....................................Rt. 1. Inman Jr. Seiglcr, Myrtle .... 611 Pendleton St., Greenville So. Self, Frances..................12 Graham St., Rock Hill Sr. Sclvy, Franklin D..................Steele St., Corbin, Ky. Jr. Scnn, James B......................69 Player St., Newberry Sr. Sewell. Efiic V. (Mrs.) . . 7 S. Memminger, Greenville Jr. Sewell. Robert T., Jr. . . 7 S. Meinminger St.. Greenville Fr. Seymour, James L......................Box 124, Whitmire Jr. Sexton, Shirley....................13 Poole St., Woodruff So. Sluiuds, David R...............31 Melville Ave., Greenville So. Shannon, Nancy . . . 208 Forest Ave., Marietta, Ga. So. Sharpe. Daync . . 642 Felder Ave., Montgomery, Ala. Sr. Shaw, Butler T....................................Rt. 4, Belton So. Shaw. Clyde B. . Apt. 90. ML View Homes, Greenville Fr. Shaw, Jerie Ann . . . 336 Dellwood Dr., Greenville Sr. Shell, Frances.....................29 Perry Ave., Greenville Sr. Shirley. Betty.....................Ill Webb St.. Anderson Sr. Shockley, Ruth .... 220 Walker Heights, Union Sr. Short, George ()., Jr. . . 205 Lavinia Ave., Greenville Fr. Simmons, Jane......................Millikin Ave., Spartanburg So. Skelton, Frances .... 22 Keowec Ave., Greenville So. Skinner, Argyle C.................. 230 NVinyah, Georgetown Jr. Slagle, Joe Lee...........................Bakersville. N. C. Jr. Slifkin, Malcolm . . 68 Brighton Ave.. Bloomfield. N. J. Fr. Sloan. Gail...............................Hillcrest Rd., Aiken Sr. Small, Elsie..........................Rt. 2. Heath Springs Sr. Smart, Robert L.Itt. 8, Box 848, Charleston Fr. Smith, Arthur 11., Jr. . . . 30 Thurston St., Greenville Jr. Smith, Barbara.................911 W. Main St.. Laurens Jr. Smith. Bishop E................516 Watts Ave., Greenville Fr. Smith, Clarence L...............................Rt. 2. Piedmont Jr. Smith, George D..............Rt. 2. Easley Fr. Smith. Cus A.............................Bennett St.. Greer Fr. Smith. Harold R.........................Star Route. Seneca Sr. Smith. Henry 11..........................10 Collins, Inman So. Smith, Jack S...........................................Taylors Sr. Smith. Jem- W...........................5 Pacific St.. Lyman So. Smith. Jim D. . . . 530 Lowndes Hill Rd.. Creenville Sr. Smith. Joe K..............212 E. Arlington Ave., Grocr Fr. Smith. Joye........................Box 1142, Spartanburg So. Smith. Martha . . 1408 Waldron Rd.. Fort Smith, Ark. So. Smith. Pat.......................... 324 Jones Ave., Greenville 221STUDENT DIRECTORY -Continued Sr. Snead, Robert I...............F-5 Claussvii St., Greenville Sr. Snow, William Z...............................Simpsom-illu So. Snuggs, Margaret Anne . 5801 Dannecl, New Orleans, I .a. Fr. Snyder, Jo Evelyn ..... 20 Sevier St., Greenville Jr. Socha, John, Jr. . 161 Anderson Ave., Wallin gUm, X. Sr. Snlcsbcc, Frankie..............211 Lois St., Greenville Sr. SpungenWg, Lena R. (Mrs.)..........................Clcmson So. Spann, Robert S. . . 102 E. Prentiss Ave.. Greenville Sr. Sparks, Anita.................Box 697, Spruce Pine, X. C. Jr. Sparks, Betty...............5 Woodsidc Ave., Greenville Sr. Sparks, Joe Dan .... 5 Woodside Ave., Greenville So. Sparks, Marguerite . . . Box 697. Spruce Pine, X. C. So. Spearman, Joe M., Jr.................Liberty Dr.. Easley So. Springfield, Ford B......................Rt. I, Whitmire Sr. Spivey, Geraldine .... Rt. 5, Box 395. Charleston Fr. Staggs. Julian W.......................Box 854, Landntiu Jr. Stark. Oscar I.. . 220 W. Lee Ave., West Terre Haute. Ind. Fr. Staton, John E.........................Box 87. Greenville Jr. Steadman. Frederic . . 224 E. Augusta Pi.. Greenville Fr. Steadman, Mary Frances . . 103 Marion St.. Laurens So. Stccdly, Jennene . . . 169 Sans Souei St., Charleston Sr. Stccdly, Juvce .... 169 Sans Souei St., Charleston Sr. Steiger. Robert F. . 520 Vcmon Ave., Williamsport. Pcnna. Fr. Stephenson, Wm. E..............25 Whitney St.. Slater Jr. Stewart. Frances............................Six Mile Fr. Stewart. Helen..............100 Haygood St.. Pickens Sr. Stewart. James L., Jr. . . 20 W. Tallulah, Greenville Jr. Stewart. Man- .... 1516 Lakevicw Ave.. Camden Jr. Stewart, Paul H. . . . 1516 Lukcview Ave., Camden Jr. Still, Merolyn.........................Box 213. Barnwell Jr. Storey, Charles .... 347 Albright, Graham. X. C. Fr. Stover, lac....................2 Elm St.. Greenville So. Sublette, Joe S................Augusta St., Westminster So. Sullivan. Jane Cray . 2409 Edge wood Ave., Anderson Sr. Stimmcy, Patricia .... 19 Lindhcrg Ave.. Slater So. Summcy, Virginia .... 208 Florence St.. Pickens Jr. Summcy. William I...........Augusta St.. Westminster Sr. Sutton, George R...............E. Worth St.. Greenville Sr. SwofFord, Betty................120 Todd Ave.. Laurens Sr. Talley, Harricttc........................Rt. 1, Marietta Fr. Tapp, Rebecca..................105 Victoria Ave., Greer Fr. Tate, Steve B............... . Rt. 1, Moon-sboro, N. C. So. Tathani, Kenneth D. . 107 W. Marion Rd.. Greenville Jr. Taylor, Billy F..........................Rt. 2, Piedmont So. Taylor, Frank C. . . . Woodland Homes, Greenville Fr. Taylor, Hazel L..................................Pagcland Jr. Taylor, Henry L„ Jr. . . 202 Greenville Rd., Easley Jr. Taylor. Rebecca................ 305 Elm St.. Lancaster Jr. Taylor, Robert W. ... 9 Stephenson St., Greenville Fr. Taylor, Wilbur E.............................llarleyvillc So. Terry. Jane............................Rt. 1, Tucker, Ga. Sr. Terry. Marion S............. 329 Grove St., Greenwood Fr. Thaekston, Joe B. . . . 113 Kcowec St., Greenville Fr. ThetTclJ, Rosa Lee . . . 100 McCall St., Greenville Fr. Thomas. Frances................ 426 E. Main St.. Easley So. Thomas, George W. . . Ill X. Washington St.. Sumter So. Thomas, Haskell M., Jr. . 512 S. McQueen St.. Florence Fr. Thomas. Hubert E...............Rt. 2. Box 161, Piedmont Jr. Thomas. Joe G..................Anderson Dr., Woodruff So. Thomas, Robert W. . 1011 $. W. 73rd Ave.. Miami. Fla. Fr. Thomas. Shirley .... 504 Pettigni St.. Gr cnville Fr. Thomason, Cozcttc .... 32 Melville Ave.. Greenville Sr. Thomason, David M........................Rt. 2. Pelzer Jr. Thomason, Herman V. . 260 W. Henry St., Spartanburg Sr. Thomason, Marguerite. 905 E. Washington St.. Greenville Fr. Thompson, Doycc R. . Shepard St., Hendersonville, X. C. Fr. Thompson. Frances . (Carrier 53, Air Base Rd.. Greenville So. Thompson, ...............................Box 404. Easley So. Thompson. Leah . . 314 Wade St.. Montgomery. Ala. So. Thompson. Paul S. . . . 17 Palm Ave., Savannah. Ga. Jr. Thiele. Helen..................10 Means St.. Greenville Fr. Tibbs. Mary Margaret . . 321 Unix . Ridge. Greenville Fr. Tidwell, Charles L.............42 Smythc, Greenville Sr. Timmerman, Sara..................................Edgefield So. Tollixon. Walter F.. . . . Ill Watts Ave.. Greenville Sr. Tomlinson, Sarah...............Mohawk Dr., Florence Fr. Toney, Harriet................................... Trenton Ir. Townes. Bobby J. . . . 301 Cedar Bock St.. Pickens So. Tripp. Joyce.............................Rt. 4. Greenville Sr. Troutman. William W. . 8 W. Prentiss Ave.. Greenville !r. Trnett. Marion F.................. . . . Rt. 2. Taylors Ir. Truluck, Arley B...........................Ridge Spring So. Truluck. Remlx-rt S.. Jr. . . . 101 Woodrow. Clinton Jr. Tucker, Boyd T.................. 420 Perrin Ave., Union Jr. Turner, Elaine..........................Nashville, Ga. So. Turner. Peggy Ann .... 17 Rowley St., Greenville Fr. Turner, Thomas F. . . . North Main St., Woodruff So. Turner, Thomas S. . . . Rt. 3, Box 222. Greenwood Jr. Tyler, Herbert B...............................Rt. 1. Dillon Jr. Tyner, Aaron. Jr.........Box 1 11. Travelers Rest Fr. Tyner, Hazel Miller (Mrs.) . Box 141, Travelers Rest So. Ulmer, Margaret...............14 Jones Ave., Greenville Fr. Ulmer, Richard E.............. 1209 First St., Hartsville So. Underwood, Paul B., Jr. . . . 146 Buist St.. Greenville So. Valter, Patricia..............25 Smith St., Ware Shoals So. Vernon, Lewis F. . . 322 Grove Rd., Greenville Fr. Vick. James D.................40 Harvey Ave., Charleston Jr. Wagner, Thomas L..............Box 57. Travelers Rest So. Want. Bcmett M............................Box 364, Winnsboro Fr. Wakclyn, Noel T. . . 1956 Furliu Ave., Green Bay, Wis. Sr. Waldrcp, Thomas A. . . 101 Argonnc Dr.. Greenville Fr. Waldrop. Jackie...........................Box 127, Laurens Fr. Walker, Augustus B. . . 1131 Ridgecrest, X. Augusta Fr. Walker, Emma Jean...........................Ninety Six Jr. Walker, Mickey A......................Clinchfield, Marion Fr. Walker. Thomas T..............12 2nd St., Greenville Jr. Wall, Mary Elizabeth...........................Rt. 1. Lyman So. Walters, Howard M., Jr. . . 928 King St., Charleston Fr. Walsh. Mary Lou . . . Rt. 2. Box :J48, Summerville Fr. Ward, Beverly A. . 1111 Woodland Shores, Charleston Fr. Waters, Gilbert D.....................................Bcthunc So. Watkins. Barbara .... Box 518. Mt. Holly. X. C. Jr. Watkins, Carolyn . 211 X. Guthrie Ave.. Durham, X. C. Fr. Watkins, Joyce............................Rt. 1, Piedmont Jr. Watkins, Roy E., Jr...............Pelham Rd.. Greenville Jr. Watson, Carlos B..........................Rt. 2, Greenville Sr. Watson. Cleta . . . 221 Cleveland St.. Creemille Jr. Watson. Sally, 3007 Commonwealth Ave., Charlotte. X. C. So. Watts. Barbara.........................................Lugoff Fr. Watts, James B.......................................Pagcland Sr. Way. Frankie....................................Holly Hill Fr. Weaver, Charles B., 1124 Jefferson. Winston-Salem. X. C. Jr. Weaver, Dean Moore . . 26 Concstcc Ave., Greenville So. Weaver, Jeanitba (Mrs.) . 26 Concstcc Ave., Greenville Sr. Webb. Lcnora . . , 207 E. llillcrcst Dr.. Grcenvdle So. Webb, Marion E.......................................Barnwell Fr. Weber. Gretchcn...........................Rt. 1, Greenville Sr. Weeks, Lucius H. . 7 Wedge Park. Caro. Ter., Charleston So. Wei bom, Hester...........................Rt. 1. Pendleton So. Wollxirn. Joy..................................Ninety Six Sr. Wells, Edna............................401 Church St., Sumter Fr. Wells. Cars1 G.......................68 Allen St.. Greenville Fr. Wells, Herbert....................Cleavcrvinc St.. Greenville Fr. Wells, William ... 7 E. Kennedy Ave., Statcs!x ro, Ga. So. Wenig, Thomas I. . . Apt. C-4. Graham Fd., Greenville Sr. West. Charles L. . . Rt. 3. Box 326. W. Monroe. La. Sr. West, Harold L................150 Princeton, Spartanburg Fr. Westmoreland, Martha Claire . . Box 122. Summerville Fr. White, Charles R..............31 Blake St.. Greenville Sr. White, John W.......................Box 232. Simpxonvillc Jr. White, O. 7... Jr.........7 Lowndes Hill. Greenville Sr. White, Tom Clark...........................Calhoun St.. Saluda Fr. White. William R...........................Smith St.. Mullins Ir. Wickliffe, Richard E. . .21 Windsow Dr.. Greenville Fr. Wiggins. Barium . . . 238 Curoton St., Greenville Ir. Wiggins. Kyle N'. . . . 100 Mills Ave., Greenville So. Wiggins, Patty. 13 Sheridan Rd.. S. Windermere, Charleston Sr. Wilder. Danny.................100 Woodrow Dr.. Clinton Fr. Wilhite, Jerry 1..............101 Russell Ave., Greenville Sr. Williams. Eleanor . . . 203 Williams Ave.. Lake City Jr. Williams, Fred E........................Moncks Corner fr. Williams, Genevieve ... 110 Vannoy St.. Greenville Sr. Williams. Hampton M............................Rt. 2. Taylors Ir. Williams. Herman J. . . . Remount Rd., Charleston Sr Williams. Hiram J . . 131 Henley, X. E.. Orangeburg Sr. Williams, lane.................................Rt. 1. Easley So. Williams, ferry ........ Box 40. Gadsden So. Williams, fohn H.............. 885 Pearl St.. Darlington Sr. Williams. Thomas P..................118 Jones St.. Laurens Ir. Williams. Trov W.......................Howard St.. Florence Sr. Willianiso". Rol ert A. . Rockbridge Rd.. Stone Mtn., Ga. Fr. Willis, lefl H.. Ir. 303 Mclver St.. Greenville Sr. Willis. Mary Elizabeth . • 303 Mclver St.. Greenville Fr. Wilson. Donald W........................211 Hubert St.. Greer Fr. Wilson, Earl L . . 39 A Woodland Homes, Greenville Sr. Wilson, Martha Nell . . 322 Mills Ave. Ext.. Greenville Fr. Wilson. Hilda .... 822 Mill Ave. Ext.. Greenville 772STUDENT DIRECTORY—Continued So. Wilson, Jane.................1106 N. Main St., Greenville Jr. Wilson, Myitis . . . 822 Mills Avc. Ext., Greenville Fr. Wilson, William T........................Bt. 3, Piedmont Fr. Wimbish, Donald . . 1235 Browns Ave., Charlotte, X. C. So. Winchester, Sue...................................Sunset Fr. Witherspsxm, Annina . . . 208 Roberts St., Anderson Sr. Wood, Betty........................................Union So. Wood, Janie................... 225 E. Smith St.. Gaffney Fr. Wood, Mary . . 923 Fassifem Ct., Hendersonville. X. C. Sr. Wood. Polly.................................Ware Shoals Sr. Woolbright. Betty Both . . 112 S. Main St., Abbeville Fr. Wright, Fay................16 Pacific Avc.. Greenville Jr. Wright. Sylvester .... 203 16th St.. Corbin. Ky. Jr. VakimovvicA Ted John . 9 Wadsworth St., Wellington, N. J. Fr. Yoakum. Shelby T.......................Bt. I, Wolftox So. Yonkcr, Faye . . . 2121 N. 12th Avc., Pensacola, Fla Sr. Youman, Albert P.. Jr. . . 101 Whitsett $t., Greenville Fr. Young, Carol .... % Adv. Technical Service School, Naval Recruiting Station, Washington, 1 . C. So. Young, David B. . . . 45 Mauldin Avc., Asheville. N. C. Sr. Young. Ernest A., Jr...............Hart St. Ext., Union INDEX FOR THE 1954 BONHOMIE A Capclla Choir.......................................... 141 Activities Section....................................104-154 Administrative Assistants................................. 41 Administrative Officers................................... 40 Advertisements........................................... 200 Alpha Epsilon Delta...................................... 113 Alpha Psi Omega.......................................... 114 American Chemical Society................................ 138 Art Students' League..................................... 136 Athletic Section......................................136-177 Band................................................... 145 Baptist Student Union.................................146-147 Baseball ................................................ 171 Basketball............................................166-170 Beauty Section...................................... 190-195 Blue Key................................................ 110 Bomiomik Staff........................................122-123 Canterbury Club.......................................... 154 Chi Beta Phi............................................. 113 Classes Section........................................42-103 Class Officers.........................................44- 45 Cloister................................................. 127 Cosmopolitan Club........................................ 139 Day Students Association................................. 120 Deans..................................................... 40 Dedication................................................4-5 Dramatics.............................................142-143 Echo 112 Faculty................... Football.................. Fraternities Section . . . French Club .............. Freshman Advisory Boards Freshman Class . . . . Freshman Class Officers . Furman Music Club . . Furman Singers . . . . 36- 39 153-165 180-189 138 13. 18 98-103 45 138 140-141 Golf 172 Kappa Alpha.........................................180-181 Kappa Delta Epsilon ... 114 Kap|ia Phi Kappa........................................ 112 Library Heads ........................................... 40 Lutheran Students Association........................... 154 Marshals................................................ 120 May Day..............................................196-199 Ministerial Association................................. 148 Miss Bonhomie.......................................190-191 Organizations........................................... 135 Physical Education Majors Club.......................... 136 Philosophy Club......................................... 139 Pi Kanpa Phi....................................... 182-183 Prelude............................................... 127 President Plylcr.....................................34- 35 Press Club.............................................. 137 Psychology Club......................................... 139 Publications.........................................121-126 Quaternion.............................................. 112 ROTC ................................................128-134 Rush Week..............................................22-23 Senior Class.........................................40- 80 Senior Class Officers.................................... 44 Senior Order............................................ 110 Senior Superlatives................................108-109 Sigma Alpha Epsilon..................................134-135 Sketches Si-ction.......................................8-33 Sociology Club.......................................... 137 Social Section.......................................178-199 Social Standards Board.................................. 119 Sophomore Class.......................................91- 97 Sophomore Class Officers................................. 45 Sports Section...................................... 157-278 Spring Camp.............................................. 28 Student Government...................................113-117 Student Legislature..................................... 118 Student-Faculty Committee............................... 119 Student Volunteers...................................... 149 Hand and Torch....................................... Ill Handbook............................................. 126 Homecoming.........................................20- 21 Home Economics Club.................................. 136 Honoraries Section................................106-111 Hornet Staff......................................124-125 House Board........................... . . . . 118 International Relations Club......................... 137 Intramural Sports.................................174-175 Tan Kappa Epsilon...................................186-187 Tennis................................................. 173 Theatre Guild.......................................142-143 Theta Chi...........................................133-189 Track.................................................. 172 Woman's Athletic Association........................176-177 Wesley Foundation...................................152-153 Westminster Fellowship..............................152-153 Who's Who...........................................106-107 VI Junior Class . . . Junior Class Officers 82- 89 44 Young Women’s Auxiliary . . . . Young Women’s Christian Association 1.50 151


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