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 JACK BRANTLEY MARLENE CAMPBELL (Suiine.65 I Plan agcri: JACK POWERS ELNEDA PADGETTDEDICATION,, After more than a cerftury'of servic the traqi-tion-laden and beautiful cardpus will yfdtd soon to the Furman of Tomorrow. With an awareness of the deep-rooted affection which Vitudents past and present have for the '"Mill andjAfc •"Zo'ijY the Staff wishes to pay tribute to thesenallpwegjj halls by ded.cat.ng this V ° ■5® h m IP :rl oKi . ■ V ■« £'. - ; After many days arjd even some nights of hard 'orlc, by no mje ite urirnixed ith pleasure, the Staff presentsythe ,1955 B(5Nf4oMlE for your approval. Your delight in the book ftir be more than ample rewaidCfor our effort. It is our sincere desire thaf a you ttirn the pages recollections; which are stimulated will 'be altogether happy. f W havejtried to depict life prr. ihe Old Campus F anefto pointconfidence to ffe'Juture of our f University on the Ntfw. Tne traditionally mag-, nificent spirit oL Furman has become a very real jpart, of us and we do not hesitate to admit that - 'a touch of sadness creeps into our hearts as we 8 4leave the cherished old campuses. May th is book serve as does your abiding appreciation of the splendid heritage that is yours, to make lasting the bond between you and Furman University.3u HUmnnam DR. J. DEAN CRAIN 1881-1955 As a loyal and devoted trustee for more than thirty years and vice-chairman of the Board of Trustees of Furman University for many years. Dr. Crain rendered incalculable service to his beloved Alma Mater. He believed inherently in the value of Christian education in a democratic society. His vision of a greater University on a new campus was one of the motivating forces which helped to change the dream into a reality. "... Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord from henceforth: Yea, saith the Spirit, that they may rest from their labours; and their works do follow them."—Revelation 14:13. 4TABLE OF CONTENTS ADMINISTRATION Executives .... Faculty.......... Staff ...... Student Administration 8 11 14 16 ACTIVITIES Music Organizations.................................. . 26 Dramatics................................................... 30 Departmental Clubs............................................32 Religious Organizations.......................................38 Honoraries....................................................48 Publications........................................£■.... 56 Military ......................................... • • ; 62 SPORTS Football......................................................70 Basketball....................................................85 Spring Sports.................................................91 W. A. A.......................................................98 SOCIAL Fraternities . . . . . . . •: . ..................... • 102 Beauties ............................. 112 May Day....................................................118 CLASSES Student Life .... 122 Class Officers.............................................134 Senior Class...............................................136 Senior Superlatives . . ...................................160 Junior Class............................................. 162 Sophomore Class...................................... • 172 Freshman Class........................................... 178 s ADVERTISEMENTS . 184E D ■nistration 8 HE effective leadership of President Plyler in the planning and in the development of the new campus will rank among the most significant of his many contributions to the progress of Furman. Now in his 17th year as President, Doctor Plyler has proven many times his ability as an educational administrator and his excellence as a Christian leader. Furman's strength as a Christian educational institution evidences this dedicated leadership.SCARBOROUGH, B.A., LL.D. listrotive Director Dean, Men's College EXECUTIVES OLIVIA FUTCH, Ph.D. Dean, Woman’s College ROBERT NORMAN DANIEL Ph.M., Litt.D., LL.D. Dean EmeritusFaculty of Administration CHARLES LEWIS RASOR, M.A. Regiitrar and Director of Admution . Men » College EULA BARTON, M.A. Regular and Director of Admiuiont, Wom«n'i College ELDREOGE MOBLEY CASKEY, B.A. Treaiurer CHARLES WATSON BURTS, Ph.D. Director ©I Graduate Studie HENRY GRADY OWENS, Ph.D. Director of Summer Settion DYAR EDWIN MASSEY, JR., M.A. Director of Development MARGUERITE CHILES. M.A. Director ol Student Pertonnel, Woman College EDWIN W. TENNEY, JR., B.A. Director of Student Pcrjonnel, Wen t College Faculty of Instruction ROBERT NORMAN DANIEL Ph.M.. Litt.D.. LL.D. Profeuor of Engl. h LAWRENCE HENRy 80WEN, Ph.D. Profeuor of MathemotKt EUGENE ELMORE GARDNER. Ph.D. Profeuor of Modem Language DuPRE RHAME B.S., B.Mu . Profeitor Of Mul’C DEL8ERT HAROLD GILPATRICK Ph.D. Profeuor of H.itory CHARLES DAyTON RIDDLE. M.S. Profeuor o! B oiogy REECE CROXTON BLACKWELL Ph.D. Profeuor of Mathematic CHARLES WATSON BURTS Ph.D. Profeuor of Piychology JOHN RICHARD SAMPEy. JR. Ph.D. Profeitor of Chem.itry WENDELL KEENEy Profeuor of Mu c OLIVIA FUTCH. Ph.D. Profeuor of Education JOSEPH CARLyLE ELLETT. Ph.D. Profeuor of Economic PAUL LEWIS FISHER Ph.D. Profeuor of Biology and Geology HENRy GRADy OWENS. Ph.D. Profeuor of Educat or) ETHEL REED WATTERS. M.S. Profeuor of Home Economic FACULTY JOHN ROLAND PATTY. Ph.D................. CARROLL HENP.y LEEDS Ph.D........... CHARLES EUGENE LOOPER, Ph.D............. ALBERT ELIAS TIB8S. Th.D.. L.tt.D....... JOHN ANDRAL BARRY. JR.. Th.O............ FRANCIS WESLEY BONNER. Ph.D. ........... JOHN WILLARD HOSKINS. Ph.D.............. SARA LOWREY. M.A..................... EDWARD PINCKNEY VANDIVER. JR.. Ph.D. BURRELL LUSHA WOOD. JR.. Ph.D........... . . . Professor of PhyStCS . Professor ol Psychology Professor of Poht'C il Science Professor of Philosophy . Professor of Ph.loiophy . . . Professor of English . . Professor oi Sociology . . . Professor of Speech . . . Professor ol English . . Professor ol Chemistry ELBRIDGE L. 8RU8AKER B.F.A. .... Professor ol Military Science and Tact-c AILEEN COGGINS M.A. ................................Awe-:.ate Professor ol French META EPPLER GILPATRICK. M.A................................Auocate Proleuor o' Eogl.th LENNIE LUS8Y.............................................Associate Proleuor ol Mu vie ARNOLD EVEREUE PUTMAN. M.Muv. . . Assooale Proleuor ol Mut.c LAURA SMITH ESAUGH, M.A ... Associate Professor of Sociology MONA HOWARD KEENEY.......................................Assoc ate Professor ol Mus.c RAYMOND WILLIAM HEATWOLE Ph.O. Associate Professor of Economics LYLES ALLEY, M.A . Associate Professor of Health and Physical Education WINSTON CHANDLER BABB. Ph.D..............................Associate Proleuor ol H.story HUBERT RAY DOBSON, M.A. . Assoc.ate Professor ol Health and Physcal Education CHARLES EDWARD BLACKWOOD. 8.FJV...................Assoc.ate Professor ol Art MCDONALD WATKINS HELD. M.A......................Assoc.ate Processor ol Soccch ARTHUR HENRY MOEHLENBROCK Ph D. Assoc-ate Professor of German LOUIS GRESSETT WILLIAMS. Ph.D...................Associate Professor o! Biology ROBERT WILSON JACKSON Th.D..................... Associate Professor o' Religion DOROTHY RICHEY, Ph.D .... Assoc.ate Professor of Speech LAUREN WOODROW SINGLETON M.S . . Assoc ate Professor o! Engineering HENP.Y JACKSON FLANDERS. JP.„ Th.D . . Associate Professor of Rel.g on JOHN DOUGLAS STERRETT A.B, . Associate Professor of Military Sconce and Tactics JAMES H TUCKER, Ph.D.......................... Assoc-ate Professor ol Education ELIZABETH DONNALD. M.A .............................Au-stant Professor of Engl.sh CATHERINE BOYD CALHOUN M.A. Ass stont Professor of An VERA ELVIRA BURNETTE M.S.................Ass-ttant Professor of Home Economics THOMAS BROTHERS KIMBROUGH. M.A Assistant Professor of Secretarial Science NORA EMILY MULLENS M.A, . Assistant Professor o‘ Bology CLAUDE ELIZABETH 8RISENDINE M.A., Asst Prof, of Health and Physical Educat.cn SCHAEFFER KENDRICK. LL.8 ... Assistant Professor ol Econom.es CHARLES LEWIS RASOR, MA. ... . . Assstant Professor of Engl.sh CATHERINE CHAMBERS M A. . . . . . Assistant Proleuor ol H.story FRANCES HUDGENS. MA ...................................Assstant Proleuor of Education ERMA RIGGINS LOOPER B A n Mus. . Au-stant Professor of Muse CHARLOTTE REED SMITH. M.A ................................Assstant Professor of Music WALTER LINDSAY SMITH. M.Sac. Mus. . Assistant Professor ol Mus ERNEST EUGENE HARRILL M.A. Ass-stant Professor of PoLt-cal Science LEMUEL EDWARD SMITH, Th,D. Ass-stant Professor of Rel.g on ELLA GRAY WILSON. M.A . Ass-stant Professor of Health and Physical Educat on IRA LEE 8AKER. M.A Assistant °to(cisor of Journalism and English OTHA LAMAR GRAY. M.S. . Ass-stant Professor of Economics ALBERT NEELY SANDERS. M.A............................... Assistant Professor o' History SAM H. ARNOLD. M.Mut.Ed. . ROBERT L. BROWN M. A. . . LAURIE EDWARD GREEN M.S PAUL GILLIAM HATCHER. M.A. MARIE SMITH HINDMAN M.S JOE MADISON KING Th.D. WOODROW W. POWELL, M A. WALTER L. WITHERS. M.A. . . ANN FLEMING DEAGON Ph.D. . CLAUDE W. HICKS. Ph.D . . . . Ass stant Prolessor of Mus e Assistant Professor ol Psychology . Assistant Professor ol Chem-stry Asvstant Professor of Modern Languages Ass stant Professor of Home Economics . . . Assistont Professor ol Religion . . . Assistant Professor of Engl.sh Assistant P-ofessor ol Biology Ass-stant Professor ol Classical Languages . Assistant Professor ol Sociology JAMES REID PATTERSON M A. . STUART PATTERSON. M.S. . . . PITA MAY BAKER. B.Mus........... LILIAN JEAN BEYNON . . . . DONALO B. JEFFREYS. M.A. . . . DONALD DAVID DEAGON M.A. FREDERICK CARLYLE MARTIN M.A ERVIN LAJOS SZILAGYI. Ju-.D. . . ROBERT CINNAMOND TUCKER. M.A ALICE BENSON ADAMS. M.S . . Assistant Professor ol Physics Assistant Prolessor ol Chemistry ...................Instructor in Music .................Instructor in Music ....................Instructor m Biology . . . . . Instructor in English Instructor .n Modem Languages . . . . . Artist n Residence ............................... Librarian ..................... Assistant Librarian I 12 13ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF VERENA LEWIS BRySON. B.S. in L.S. A'.Pitant Librarian MARGARET TEMMA WEAVER, M.A. in L.S. Catalogcr HELEN B. BARRY, M.A. Baptilt $ udent Union Secretary GARLAND CARRIER, B.A. Burtar, Woman College SARAH SWANN CATRON. B.A. Auocatc m Pobl c Relation! J. THOMAS CHILES Superintendent ol 8u Idingi and Ground JEWEL WARD DOUGLAS, R.N. None Mrn College RONALD L. HEBBLETHWAITE, C.D.H. Superintendent of Ground! on the New Campui LORENE D. JORDAN Ait'itatnt Dietitian. Men' College JOHN M. KING, B.A. Accountant ETHEL LANGSTON Ho!te»i and Director ol Houimg. Woman i College ELIZABETH CRUDUP LEE Revdent Coumclor. Woman'! College INEZ M. LINES, B.A. Alintant Dietitian Woman-! College DAN M. STOKELy Mil-tary Property Cuitod an DAVID ALLEN WARDLAW. B.A. Manager of BooLitore, Men t College LULA WHITESIDES. R.N. Nuii Woman » College VIRGINIA MARSH AREy. B.A. Secretary to Regittrar. Woman i College BEny miller atwood, b.a. Circulation Auutanl, Library VIRGINIA COLLINS BASKIN Receptiomit Men-! College CAROLYN MADDOX FECTEAU Secretary to Ri giitfar, Men-! College VIRGINIA WADDILL GARRETT, B.A. Secretary, Office of Development ANNE MOSS HENRY A vitant ond Secretary to PMS T VIRGINIA MARKS HAULBROOK Secretary to Director of Summer Semon WILMA HEWIN, B.A. in Mus. Secretary to Dean of Men'i College EVA GREY HUTCHINS Secretary. Athletic Department CAROLINE ANN KARST, B.A. Secretary to the Adminiitrot-vc Director MARY SHEPARD KELLY Secretary to Bunar. Woman i College MARGARET KENDRICK. B.A. Secretary to Pre! dent ANNIE WOOD LAWTON Bookkeeper ALICE VERNE LEAGUE, B.A. Nowi Ajv.itant Office of Development RAMONA SANDERS MANEY Secretary to Treoiurcr AGNES MARTIN Secretary. Office of Development THELMA JEAN MIDDLETON Secretary to Dean of the Univcriily MARGIE CLARK QUEEN Catalog Typist. Library JACQUELINE HORNE SHORT. B.A Secretary to Dean of Woman-! College JULIA T. SPARKS Caihicr. Men'i College IDA JACKSON THOMAS Secretary, Library MARY GULLICK WARDLAW. B.S. Admuvoni Secretary. Men-! College VIRGINIA STEELE WATERS, B.A. Asvitanl to Regntrar Men ! Collegehe Council. All other cases shall fc Committees or by the Dis- Hing with cases in-W shall be the duty Pgulations passed by nforced. I M f he duty of the Student Coum S fci ii all bulletin boards and make chapel one week be- fore any nominations and elections are to be held. Sec. 22. All elections shall be conducted in the manner and at the time prescribed by the Student Council unless a specific time for said election has been stated. Sec. 23. A candidate must have received a majority of the total votes cast, unless otta wise specifically stated, to be Student Council. Sec. 24. No me shall hold a class i participation in the positions on the CcJ Council hold a po;l unless he shall refl Sec. 25. Any didate for anv eStudent Government at Furman works as two separate branches, one branch being for women, the other for men. The goal of each is to function in a democratic way, to uphold the Honor System, and to promote good citizenship on the campus. STUDENT GOVERNMENT Under the capable leadership of James Jordan on the Men’s Campus and Lynn Cater on the Women's Campus, student offices have run well. Bob Deaton and Dee Riles have served ably as vice-presidents, as have Frances Skelton and Brock Gordon as secretaries and Dan McGee and Emma Jean Walker as treasurers. ■ FRANCES SKELTON 16 LyNN CATERMen's Council First Row. l !t to R ght: DAN McGEE. TOM My SAWYER. JACK ROWAN. BILL REAMES. SIDNEY MADDOX. Second Row: BILL PRICE BILLY MITCHELL. BROCK GORDON PHIL McKINNEY. BOB DEATON. DICK PATTY. Furman’s honor system is enforced by the Student Council, the judicial phase of its three-branch system of government. The other function of the Council is to conduct campus elections. The twelve members of the group are elected by popular vote of the students. Jack Rowan served as Council president this year. The aims of the Council are to bring about a higher respect for the honor system, and to help the student to have a better appreciation of self-government. Fr»t Row Left to Right- ANITA HECKLE. KAY McGEE. MARY deSAUSSURE. ANN BALDWIN. SARA GALLOWAY MARGARET RIDDLE. JEAN THOMPSON. MARGARET JOHNSTON. Emma JEAN WALKER. Second Row: BARBARA SMITH. CATHY HUNTER. HELEN STEWART. DEE RILES JOYE MEARS. JOYCE HARRIS. ANN MARIE PHILLIPS. ELOISE KENNEMORE ELNEDA PADGETT. Women's Council The Women's Self-Government Association seeks . . . "to develop in students an honorable code of living by making the honor system 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, meets every Monday night. This group acts as coordinator for all campus activities, and enforces the regulations. 17STUDENT LEGISLATURE Better student government was the motive of the Student Legislature this year. President Jerry Monroe gave a view of the year’s work in the first meeting. Though the legislature realized the inadequacy of the old constitution, it decided to enforce the laws as they stood. One example of this was the charter issue. JERRy MONROE President The Legislature has started work on a joint constitution with the Women’s Council. As it stands, the new constitution will not be presented for ratification by the student body until next year. The student body first must vote to have a joint constitution. At present the Legislature is amending the entire men’s constitution. The student body budget was approved by the Legislature with the stipulation that the surplus fund was to be spent- only with the approval of the Legislature. Left to Right: RICHARD ARCHESI. JOHN HUBBARD. BILL HUNT. CHARLES RUTH. JAMES MONROE. JlMMy LEACH. JERRy MONROE. BILL McEACHERN. HERBERT TyLER. FRANK HAWKINS AUBREy DANIELS. RAy AUSTIN. MARVIN CANN, MARVIN HUGHES. 18HOUSE BOARD All phases of dormitory life on the Woman's Campus are supervised by House Board. The purpose of House Board is to make dormitory life livable. House Board has the distasteful tasks of giving penalties for infractions of dormitory rules and of conducting fire drills, but it has more pleasant duties. The members are responsible for MARY dcSAUSSURE Prf -d nt dorm parties. Homecoming and Christmas decorations, and the entertainment of the freshmen at Orientation. Mary deSaussure served as president and May Frances Bailey, vice-president. Dormitory presi- dents were Mary Dominick, Betty Lee, Rebecca Taylor, Caroline Hartsell, Mary Jane McElrath, Virginia Coleman, and Sara Atha Hudson. Lynn Cater, president of the Student Government, was also a member. Left to Right: LYNN CATER. 8ECKY TAYLOR SARA ATHA HUDSON. MAY FRANCES BAILEY. MARY deSAUSSURE. VIRGINIA COLEMAN. MARY JANE McELRATH. BETTY LEE CAROLINE HARTSELL. 19Stand-no: BILL MtEACHSRN, JERRY MONROE FRANK VERNON. B08 DEATON. RAY AUSTIN. DAN McGEE. TOMMY BELCHER. Seated: JOE DeVCRE JACK BRANTLEY. JIM KELLER, JOHN CANN. MARVIN HUGHES. BENJY TRULUCK DON GANT RICHARO ARCILESI. Faculty and student advisors worked together this fall to make the orientation program meaningful to freshmen. Tours of the campus and discussions of regulations and organizations served, we hope, to familiarize the new students with our campus. The program was directed by Bob Deaton, vice-president of the student body. Assisting him were: Richard Arcilesi, Ray Austin, Thomas Belcher, Jack Brantley, John Cann, Charlie Clegg, Joe Cooper, Joe DeVore, Don Gant, Brock Gordon, John Hubbard, Marvin Hughes, Bill Hunt, James Jordan, Jim Keller, Charles King, Bill Mc-Eachern, Dan McGee, Phil McKinney, Bill Reames, Jerry Monroe, Harold Ross, Jack Rowan, Tommy Sawyer, Benjy Truluck, Frank Vernon, and Mickey Walker." FRESHMAN ADVISORY BOARD Left to Right. Fourth Row: CATHY HUNTER. MAY FRANCES BAILEY. 8ARBARA SMITH. Third Row: CAROLYN WATKINS JEANNE SAUNDERS. KAY McGEE MARLENE CAMPBELL. Second Row: SARA LOU LEVER. SARA GALLOWAY. ELNEDA PADGETT. ANITA HECKLE HILDA KING. Firit Row: ANNE BALDWIN ANNE MARIE PHILLIPS. BECKY TAYLOR. JANIE WOOD. Stand.rg: SARA RUTH HIGGINS DEE RILES FRANCES SKELTON. Members of the Freshman Advisory Board of 1954 made history in that they were the last group of student leaders to accompany the freshmen on the traditional three-day orientation session at Caesar’s Head. Several days after the yellow busses had brought the girls back down the mountain, the historic Caesar's Head Hotel burned, ending a fifteen-year tradition of orientation sessions at that beloved spot. With Dee Riles, vice-president of the student body, presiding, members of the Board got the class of 1958 off to a good start with advice about regulations, traditions, and the Furman spirit. Members of the Board were: Sally Watson, Mary Lane Cleland, Hilda King, Jeanne Saunders, Ann Baldwin, Rebecca Taylor, Frances Skelton, Marlene Campbell, Kay McGee, May Frances Bailey, Cathy Hunter, Janie Wood, Joyce Flynn, Sara Ruth Higgins, Sara Galloway, Barbara Smith, Anita Heckle, Emma Jean Walker, Elneda Padgett, Ann Marie Phillips, Sara Lou Lever, Nell Harding, Nancy McManaway, Pat Smith, and Margaret Riddle. 20DAY STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION Formed in the spring of 1940 to unify day students and to bring day and boarding students closer together, the Day Students’ Association is now a vital part of the college life. It functions in much the same way as a campus hall unit. The Day Students have their own lounge and lockers. The members share the privileges and responsibilities given to all students. It is represented on Student Council and has its own Council. The officers arc Anne Marie Phillips, president; Eloise Kennemore, vice-president; Hilda Wilson, secretary-treasurer. Council members are Clista Huff, Jo Evelyn Snyder, Gretchen Weber, Pat Jennings, Anne Nicholson, Margaret Ulmer, Nell Harding, Freddie Steadman, Genevieve Williams, and Mrs. Gales Roane. R«t Row. Left to Right: MARGARET ULMER. PAT JENNINGS. ANN MARIE PHILLIPS. CLISTA HUFF. FREDDIE STEADMAN. Second Row: JO EVELYN SNYDER. ELOISE KENNEMORE. MARGARET JOHNSTON ANNE NICHOLSON. MRS GALES ROANE. NELL HARDING. HILDA WILSON GRETCHEN WEBER. 21Left to Right: SAMMY 8RANT, NANCY MINOR. ADA MARGARET MEEKS, BILLY MITCHELL JAMES JORDAN, MISS CHILES. MISS LOWREY. MR. HARRILL. NELL HARDING. DR. JACKSON. STUDENT-FACULTY COMMITTEE The Student-Faculty Cooperative Committee was established to maintain a harmonious relationship between the students on the separate campuses, the faculty, and the administration. Among the many things discussed are inter-campus problems, regulations, and other subjects pertaining to the student body and its growth. The group has no power other than to recommend procedures. Members this year include: Nell Harding, Nancy Minor, Ada Meeks, Billy Mitchell, James Jordan, and Sammy Brant from the student body, and Miss Sara Lowrey, Miss Marguerite Chiles, Mr. Ernest Harrill, and Dr. Robert Jackson from the faculty. 27 Marshals To maintain quiet, to usher people to their seats, and to be of general assistance to the guests in the auditorium are among the duties of the Marshal Board. The main responsibility of this group is to usher at chapel and graduation. Each class chooses three of its members to serve as marshals on the basis of their efficiency, poise, dignity, and cordial personality. The marshals create an air of quiet dignity at all programs in the auditorium. This year Joyce Flynn was the conscientious Head Marshal. Pint Row. Left to Right: MARY dcSAUSSURE. JOYCE FLYNN. DEE DAVIDSON ANNA GUEST. Second Row: JOYCE HARRIS. ADA MEEKS. LILA SCOTT. Third Row; HELEN STEWART EDITH EVANS. CLAUDIA GARRISON. Fourth Row; MARIETTA MARTIN. ROBERTA HARRIS. Social Standards Board •ft to R.ght: EDITH EVANS. MARTHA CHAPMAN JOYE MEARES. MARY OMINICK. CATHY HUNTER PEGGY OUTEN. DEE DAVIDSON MARY SUE DARR. R8ARA SMITH SARA GALLOWAY. FRANCES SELF. FRANCES SKELTON. 80BBIE AN LISTER JANIE WOOD. JOYCE FLYNN. ADA MEEKS. The purpose of Social Standards Board is to set standards of dress and conduct on and off the campus at the Zoo. "Miss Susy Zoo" pamphlets which contained helps and hints concerning social behavior at Furman, were sent to all freshmen before school opened. After-dinner coffee on Sunday and semi-formal dinner were among the weekly projects of the Board. Music at evening meals was also sponsored by Social Standards. Chairman of the group v as Barbara Smith. 23 OFFICERS— left to Riqfit: JACK BRANTLEV President: WALKER BRELAND. Accempnn.it: JEANNE SAUNDERS. Vice-Prevdent: CHARLES STOREY. Scerctary-Treatufei Furman Singers "All's Well That Begins Well" The Singers had an auspicious beginning with newcomers helping to make one of the largest groups in many years. Performances for the State Convention began the year. Religious Focus Week saw additional performances and "The Messiah" at First Baptist Church was inspiring. By public demand, three top-notch performances of "The Three Muskateers" were given—one for visiting high school seniors. The directors are to be commended and the cast deserves bouquets for fine portrayals. On tour MR. RHAME Director NAUGHTy MARIETTA A willingness to work, a cooperative spirit, and a feeling of love for the organization helped to make the year a success. Parties at Mr. Rhame’s, which cannot be equaled, provided an enjoyable departure from the many rehearsals. Well-received performances were given in cities throughout the Palmetto State on the annual spring tour. Tears and regrets, especially for the older members, followed the traditional rendition of "Battle Hymn" at graduation—a fitting climax for an outstanding year. Members SOPRANOS Lily Altman Grace Ann Barbour Wilda Bell Claudia Garrison Carolyn Grag9 Beverly Graham Betty Ann Green Betty Hughes Karolyn Kendrick Shirley Lee Sara Martin Kay McGee Brona Moorefield Margie Ross Joanne Singletary Joy Smith Margaret Moss Watson Pat Wiggins Geneveve Williams Patricia Williams Demetrius Lindlcr Jackie Privctte Peggy Small Mary Jane Burgess Caroline Hartsell Marcia Poole Liska Humphries Mary Wood Jimmy Lee Garrett Phinalia Blackstone Joyce Lovelace Shirley Hubbard Ann Cox Sue James ALTOS Ann Baldwin Ann Brown Susan Clary Patsy Cook Evelyn Ellison Ina Eaile Anna Guest Barbara Holbrook Jean Hcape Betty Knight Jean Lenford Margaret McCray Sylvia Outen Margaret Ann Snuggs Jo Evelyn Snyder Becky Tapp Cozette Thomason Barbara Watts Wanda Weaver Martha Swanson Martha Dobson Lynn Cater Ellen Culbertson Mary Sue Darr Eleanor Gathings Susan Harbin Clista Huff Jean Machcn Ann Miller Jeanne Saunders Nancy Shannon Helen Stewart Vivian Jenkins Roberta Harris Norma Richardson Pat Smith TENORS Brownie Bradley Kenneth Brannon Bill Durham Benny Hughey Jimmy Reich Ted Robinson Herman Thomason Richard Ulmer Bill Gullegc Sam Blanton Holmes Baumgardner James Blockwelder Sammy Brant Warner Burke Sam Horton John Hewett Kenley Jones Adrian Littlejohn Tommy McManus Jerry Owens Benjy Truluck Howard Walters Billy Wells Shelby Yoakum BASSES Charles Brock Henry Bair Lee Blakely Dean Buchanan Jack Buice Bob Chapman Charlie Clanton Alvin Cothran Owen Dyches Harry Eskcw Gatha Gilbert Charlie Gwinn Bill Horton Marvin Hughes Bill Jeter John McClellan Gail Moul Dean Owens Jim Watts Clifton Alexander Lin Barnett Andy Bass Tommy Belcher Jack Brantley Truman Brown Wayne Cooper Riley Cothran Aubrey Daniels Tom Eskew Andy Harper Kirk Lawton Joe Mctts Marshall Parrott Harold Ross Charles Storey Tom Turner Carl Vick Jim Vick Herman Williams MRS. SMITH A Capella Choir The Furman A Capella Choir combines the singins talent of almost fifty women students. The group, in its second year under its title of "A Capella” and under the directorship of Mrs. Charlotte Reed Smith, increased its number and did most of its programs from memory. The major presentations of the group for the year were special musical programs at Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter and a program of secular music in the spring. Officers were Hilda King, president; Catherine Hester, secretary Patsy Blair and Hester Welborn, publicity chairmen; May Frances Bailey, social chairman; and Ann Godshall, librarian. Accompanying the group at rehearsals was Sara Ann Gambrell. I SOPRANOS Nettie Algcod Evelyn Cleveland Elaine Koger Barbara Goodman Ann Godshall Helen Gurley Julia Hollester Joan Lipscomb Ella Jane Matthews Carol McCombs Janice Moore Gail Sloan Hester Welborn Gretchen Weber Clarice Wise II SOPRANOS May Frances Bailey Patsy Blair Frances Booker Linda Bullington June Collins Anna Clyde Fraker Virginia Coleman Rochelle Hall Catherine Hester Hilda King Donna Klinger Elaine Lanford Ann Nicholson Helen Phillips Caroline Harrison Sybil Dawsey ALTOS Lena Califf Janice Campbell Dee Davidson Sara Jane Dodson Edith Evans Sara Galloway Anita Heckle Eloise Kenncmorc Emily Mainwaring Eileen Muckcnfuss Dot Sanders Frances Self Frances Skelton Terry Thomas Mary Lou Walsh Carolyn Watkins Emma Jean Walker Barbara Ann Brannon 28SAM ARNOlO Director Furman Band The Furman Band, under the direction of Mr. Sam H. Arnold, won statewide acclaim for its performance this year. The forty-five members played all types of band and orchestral music. Spirited sonss and precision marching made the bond a feature at football games. In the spring the band toured the Carolinas and Georgia. On April 22 the annual spring concert was presented in connection with May Day Festivities. Playing for Commencement ended the year's work. OFFICERS JIMMY SENN.................. MALCOLM SLIFKIN............. JERRY WILLIAMS.............. HERBERT TYLER ............... . . President Vice-President . . Secretory Social Chairman FLUTES BASSOON Marion Lark BASSES Elncda Padgett Sybil Humphries Robert Tyler Wilfred Platte Frances Bailey Clarence Smith Cecil Cave CLARINETS SAXOPHONES Sue Tally PERCUSSION Malcolm Slifkin Phil Moore TROMBONES Jerry Williams Ruth Hermon Robert Stewart David Daniel I f v 1 • » Jimmy Senn Jimmy Phillips Charles Reaves Jimmy Bonner Frank McCravy Clyde Taylor (Drum Major) Richard Arcilcsi Jimmy Culbertson Charles Yoeman Linda Messer Joe DeVorc Ronnie Neal Lila Scott Nancy Evans Nell Hill CORNETS HORNS Robert Siegmann Hawkins Cook Joan Raines STUDENT DIRECTORS David Cothran Herbert Tyler Sybil Humphries BASS CLARINET Robert Moorer Bob Ellis Don McMinn Roger Poore Jimmy Senn OBOE Frances Steadman Jimmy Rampey BARITONE LIBRARIAN Charlotte Orman Paisley Jackson Jimmy Senn COWARDS! WHY HAVE YOU MURDERED HIM? CRIES PAT MEALING AS OUEEN MARY OF SCOTLAND Theatre Guild The Theatre Guild began its twentieth season with "Mary of Scotland", the 75th major production, and completed a successful year with top-notch performances o? "The Corn Is Green" and "The Importance of Being Earnest Under the leadership of Nancy McManaway as president. Dean Campbell as vice-president; Jo Anne Mac- I M IN A COMA SAYS JO ANNE MocKINNON AS BESSIE WATTY IN THE CORN IS GREEN . Kinnon as secretary, Al McNeely as treasurer, and McDonald Held and Dr. Dorothy Richey as directors, the Guild achieved its purpose of promoting greater interest in drama at Furman. Eleven members were tapped for Alpha Psi Omega—the height of every Guilder's ambition. PRODUCTIONS "MARy OF SCOTLAND” . . . October 21-22 . . . Historical play by Maxwell Anderson. Leading roles played by Pat Mealing, Norma Richardson, and Frank Copehart. "THE CORN IS GREEN” . . . December 2-3 .. . Comedy by Evelyn Williams. Leading players were Nancy McManaway, Dean Campbell. Jo Anne Moc-Kinnon, and Fraser Lyon. "THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST" . . . March 31 April I . . . Oscar Wilde's great English comedy. Leading roles taken by Dean Campbell, Al McNeely, Leah Thompson, Mary Vann Hughes, and Jane Terry. 30PRECEDING THE PLAY—Jo Anne MacKinnon and Elaine Koger do some inevitable painting on sets long before the opening night. AFTER THE PLAY—Mr. Held checks his light meter for pictures that will be handed down to posterity. This is probably the only time Dr. Richey remained still. END OF THE PLAY—Dean Compbell and Nancy McManawoy reveal the thespian's feeling when the curtain falls for the last time. F.rst Rcw Left so R:ght: NORMA RICHARDSON. JACK BRANTLEY. JENNENE STEEDLEY, MARY JANE BURGESS. VIVIAN JENKINS. Second Row: DEAN CAMPBELL NANCY McMANAWAY. DR RICHEY. MR HELD, JO ANNE MocKINNON AL McNEELY. Th.rd Row: EVELYN CLEVELAND. CHARLES KING, PAT MEALING. CHARLES BROCK. LEAH THOMPSON FRANCES THOMAS. BENJY TRULUCK. Fou.tS Row: 30e HOLMES. JOHN HU88ARD. CAROLE LITTLEFIELD. FRANK VERNON JANE TERRY. FRASER LYON CLINTON HENDERSON, FRANK CAPEHAR7Music Club The purpose of the Music Club is to enable the students and faculty not only to learn more about music, but also to become better acquainted with each other. Representing Furman at the State Federation meetings was one of the activities of the club. Highlights this year included a welcoming reception for the new members, a discussion of music by the foreign students, talks by faculty members, and programs by the student members. The officers were: Sally Watson, president; Nancy Shannon, vice-president; Sarah Ann Gambrel!, secretary-treasurer; Ellen Culbertson, program chairman; and Hoagy Baumgardner, publicity chairman. Philosophy Club Zeta Alpha meets one Thursday in each month to seek the answer to some of the big questions in life. One of the advantages of the club is that it permits consideration of problems from all of the other departments on the campus. Officers for this year included: Jerry Monroe, president; James Jordan, vice-president; Herman Williams, program vice-president; Jack Brown, secretary-treasurer. Faculty advisors for Zeta Alpha are Dr. Barry and Dr. Tibbs. Seated Lett to Right: BOB IVEY. JEAN THOMPSON. BETT LEE, CAROLy.N WATKINS BVRON WALKER, CHARLES REAVES. Standing: WALTER CAMPBELL, JACK BROWN, BOB DEATON. ALAN GPAGG, HERMAN WILLIAMS. JAMES BRANHAM JERRY MONROE, PHIL ELLIOTT JAMES JORDAN. DR. BARRy. 32Art Students' League The Art Club was established during recent years for the purpose of sustaining and advancing the interest of those who wish to increase their knowledge of art. The organization, accompanied by their advisor, Mr. Blackwood, took several trips during the year to various exhibits and lectures in the nearby area. One of their main projects was the annual student art exhibit. Mary Margaret Tibbs was president of the Club; Mary Jane Mc-Elrath, vice-president; and Frances Thompson, secretary-treasurer. Sociology Club The organization at Furman for those students interested in social problems and majoring or minoring in sociology is the Sociology Club. At monthly meetings the group heard prominent speakers from Greenville and at the first and last meetings of the year met at Miss Ebeugh’s cabin in the mountains. At the December meeting, Greenville social and welfare workers enjoyed a tea with the club. Hugh Forsythe, president, was assisted by Betty Lee, vice-president and Mary Lott, secretary. Members of the Sociology Department, Miss Ebaugh, Dr. Hoskins, and Dr. Hicks, served as advisors. Upper Photo—Fi»j! Row: MARY JANE McElRATH. MARY MAR-CARET TI8BS. FRANCES THOMPSON. Second Row. Left to R.ght: JACKIE TRULUCK. NANCY EVANS CATHERINE AVANT. LEAH HUNTER. BILLY LUDWIG BATSIE FREEMAN. ERIN WINGO. MARy MARTHA HAIGHT MYRA ARMSTEAD MR. BLACKWOOD. Lowe Photo—Pint Row: BARBARA SMITH. ROSE ERWIN. LEAH THOMPSON. Second Row: FRANCES SKELTON. JAMES ADAMS. MARY LOTT, ELNEDA PAOGETT. MARy LOU PEEPLES. Third Row: JUNE McGEE. TOMMIE GAULT. RUFUS CANTRELL. DAVNE SHARPE. ROBERT ROPER ELAINE TURNER. PATSV BLAIR. 33Press Pint Row. Left to Right: RICHARD AUSLANDER. JEANNE SAUNDERS. DEAN CAMPBELL. AL Me-NEELY. CHARLES KING. Second Row: IRA L BAKER. MEROLYN SJILL. DAN MeGEE. MITCHELL CARNELL. CAROL YOUNG. NELL PUR MAN, KEITH SHELTON. MARTHA TAYLOR. JEAN PORT. PRANK VERNON DON GANT. The Press Club is an activity for "Hornet" staff members. This year the club held press conferences once each month with well-lcnown personalities, who were subjected to extensive questioning. Information which was pertinent to the student body was reported in the ‘'Hornet”. Dean Campbell served as president of the group; Margaret Johnston, vice-president; Jeanne Saunders, secretary-treasurer; and Charles King, historian. Other members included AI McNeely, Frank Vernon, Harold Hudson, Mitchell Carnell, Merolyn Still Joan Lipscomb, Andy Bass, Judy Bryson, Dan McGee, Chick Young, Herman Williams, Benjy Truluck, Dwain Blackston, Robert Gay, Elaine Koger, Alfred Miller; Frankie Norris, Barbara Wiggins, Bill Meldrum, Jimmy Culbertson, Keith Shelton, Bill Bal enger, Sammy Horton, Richard Auslander, Don Gant, Brona Faye Moorefield, Nell Furman, Peggy Rivers, and Jean Fort. Ira Baker served as advisor. Membership in the International Relations Club afforded an opportunity for studying world problems and conditions. Members of the Club who have visited Europe gave informative and interesting talks on their travels. From time to time guest speakers discussed current international conditions. Officers for this year were Huby Cooper, president; Pearl McJunkin, secretary; Charles Busha, publicity chairman. International Relations Club P ut Row. Left to R-ght: SUNE LARSSON. CHARLES MARSHBANKS BOB COLEY. AL GEORGE ROBERT PULL BRIGHT. DAVID PITT MAM. TAL MADGE INFINGER.CHARLES BUSHA. Second Row: DR. LOOPER PEARL McJUNKIN. HUBY COOPER. JANE CURRY KIT KHADHIRI MR. HARRILL.Le Salon Francais Seated: MARY MARGARET TIBBS. ElOISE KENNEMORE. MISS COGGINS. DAYNE SHARPE. ANN BALDWIN. Stand.ng: ROBERT HILDERBRAND. CHARLOTTE ORMAN. JEFF WILLIS. GAIL SLOAN. SARAH GAM8RELL. NANC MINER. ANDRE LEVy. BETTy ANN GREEN. The organization for advanced French students who speak and write the language well is Le Salon Francais. This year the club increased in size and held several of the meetings in the homes of the members. Programs included discussions about French life and customs and the presentation of French plays by prospective members of the club. President was Dayne Sharpe and Eloise Kenne-more served as secretary. The Cosmopolitan Club strives to establish fellowship and mutual appreciation among the various nationalities represented at Furman. Several of the meetings centered around informal social activities at which members of the group gave informative talks about their native countries. There are 11 foreign students at Furman this year. Officers of the club were chairman, Riadh Khad-hiri and secretary, Nancy Jen. Sara Lowrey and Albert N. Sanders served as sponsors of the group. Cosmopolitan Club F ut Row: LILLIAN MAO. NANCY JEN. YUNG DOO YCO. Second Row: MYUNGHOON CHO. MISS LOWRY. KAP KYUNG. MR. SAN-DERS. MISS LANGSTON. SUNE LARSSON. GERMIT BRAICH, HUBY COOPER. KIT KHAOHIRI.F-it Row Left to R.ght: JOE THOMAS. VOLNEr BARNETT ANNA CLYDE FRAKER. Second Row. WILLIAM RIPPY. PHILIP PEARCE HAROLD BALLEW. TOMMY GUEST BARBARA BALTZEGAR Th,rd Row: ED HOLCOMBE. ALFRED CHESLER, MARGIE WILLIAMS. SyBIL JOHNSON. PHIL MOORE. Fourth Row: DICK PATTY, BILLY WHITS. TOM ESKEW BOB TAYLOR TOM WAKELYN. RAY ROBBINS. F,(th Row KENNETH TATHAM BILL MITCHELL. MAC MEARES SHELBY YOAKUM. JOHN CURRY LYNN CROOK. American Chemical Society Furman’s American Chemical Society is affiliated with the national society and is composed of students who are majoring in chemistry or chemical engineering. Monthly meetings were held featuring programs of special interests to student chemists. Through the national organization seniors are aided in obtaining positions in either industry or graduate school. Officers for this year were Joe Thomas, president; Volney Barnett, vice-president; Anna Clyde Fraker, secretary; and William Rippy, treasurer. Home Economics Club The Home Economics Club was founded in 1934. Its purpose is to create an interest in and an understanding of the privileges and responsibilities of home and family. The Club is affiliated with both the State Association and the American Home Economics Association. In addition to participation in state and national projects, the Club’s activities include entertaining new students, serving at faculty banquets, issuing newsletters, and helping worthy students. The Club awards a medal annually to the outstanding Home Economics senior. The officers were Margie Capell, president; Mary Dean Edens, vice-president; Mary Jane Burgess, secretary; Ruth Rivers, treasurer; and Joyce Harris, reporter. Mrs. Ethel Watters and Miss Vera Burnette are the advisors. F.nt Row. t«lt to Right:JOYCE HARRIS. MARY ANE BURGESS. MRS. WATTERS. MARGIE CAPELL MARY DEAN EDENS, RUTH RIVERS. S «md Row ANNE RIVERS LISKA HUM-PHRIES. MRS. BURNETTE. MARTHA PHILLIPS. LOUISE MATHEWS SHIRLEY FREEMAN JUNE COLLINS. JO ANNE BURGESS. BARBARA FOX. MARY LENA CALIFF. JOYCE SANSBURY. BARBARA HILL 8ATSIE FREEMAN Th-rd Row: NANCY MINER, MARY WILLIAMS. MAYME CATER HELEN McDANIEL. MARTHA CHAPMAN EDITH EVANS.EXECUTIVE COUNCIL Baptist Leading the B. S. U. this year in its varied activities were Kay McGee and John Cann. The B. S. U. is the link between the college student and the local church. B. S. U. serves as a basis for all religious activities on the Furman campus. Christian development, daily devotionals, and close fellowship are the stressed points of B. S. U. Main events of the year included the pre-school planning retreat at Camp Rawls, the annual B.S.U. Convention in Charleston, the annual Christmas caroling party, the B. S. U. banquet, and Religious Focus Week with its theme “Christ Above All”— the highlight of the entire year. GREATER COUNCILWELCOME THE NEW SPIRIT OF 8.S.U. Aiding the presidents were Roland Rabon, Jane Terry, Dan Ray, Joyce Harris, Dan McGee, Jean Thompson, Marvin Cann, Sara Galloway, Marvin Hughes, Eunice Jordan, Thomas McManus, Emma Walker, Frank Hawkins, Carolyn Watkins, Andy Bass, Patsy Cook, Bill Horton, Student Union Jean Lanford, Tom Sawyer, Caroline Hartsell, Tom Turner, Mary Margaret Tibbs, Bill Bourne, Volina Dixon, James Jordan, Merolyn Still, Bill Reames, Jeanne Saunders, Helen Phillips, Anita Heckle, Lynn Cater, and Revonda Russell. Dr. Earl Cooper served as the pastor advisor, Mrs. Helen Barry was B. S. U. secretary. Dr. J. A. Barry was the faculty advisor for the Men's Council, and Dr. Jack Flanders was the faculty advisor for the Women's Council. Dr. Robert Jackson served as Religious Counselor. GALLOWAy CRACKS A CORN Ministerial Union The activities of the Union began with a planning conference of the Executive Committee. In October there was a joint social event with the y. W. A., also a "Furman Day” in the Beaverdam Association. November was climaxed by the play of the Ministers' football team in intramural competition. The team finished in third place. In March of 1955, there was a “Furman Day” in the Greenville Association, a joint installation banquet with y. W. A., and a campus emphasis on "March to Church in March”. Program personalities for the year included Dr. Park H. Anderson, Dr. Perry Crouch, and Dr. Robert Jackson, Dr. Archie Ellis, and Dr. Jack Robinson. The Negro Mission and jail ministries continued to progress during the year. In all these things the Union sought to serve and thereby to promote a Christian spirit in all its areas of activity. Officers of the Union for the year were: Bill Reames, president; Dan Ray, program vice-president; Bob Compton, enlistment vice-president; Ted Robinson and Don Gant, secretaries; Conrad Ashbaugh, treasurer; Frank Hawkins, extension director; Delano McMinn and Rembert Truluck, jail service directors; Howard Walters, social director; Byron Walker, intramural athletic director; Andy Bass, music director; Holmes Baumgardner, pianist. Dr. John A. Barry and Mr. H. R. Dobson acted as faculty advisors. 40Student Volunteers Student Volunteers is an organization of students who are interested in active Christian service. The membership is not limited to those training for special religious professions. Groups of students make trips to colleges and churches throughout South Carolina to present programs. Monthly meetings are held for the purpose of coordinating the religious work on both campuses as well as for inspiration. Helen Phillips served as president; Merolyn Still, secretary-treasurer; Marlene Campbell and Jerry Monroe, deputation chairmen; Frances Self and Jack Rowan, program chairmen; Martha Orr and Charlie Clanton, music chairmen; Mary Margaret Tibbs and Gene Colley, publicity chairmen; and Dr. Burrell Wood, faculty advisor 41I OFFICERS—DONNIS MITCHELL. MARGARET ANN SNUGGS. JEAN SAUNDERS Y. W. A. The y. W. A. endeavors to create among students a deeper understanding of all the peoples of the earth and so to come a step closer to the World Christian Community. It is open to all students interested in the study of world problems. The organization is guided by its council, which fosters all activities and urges the members to participate. Y. W. A. joins the Ministerial Union in sponsoring a Negro Mission, a fall party at Paris Mountain, and a spring banquet. In December it observes a Week of Prayer for Foreign Missions and the Lottie Moon Christmas offering. Serving as president is Jeanne Saunders; vice-president, Margaret Ann Snuggs; secretary-treas-’ urer, Donnis Mitchell. Mrs. Helen Barry and Mrs. Robert Jackson are the advisors. COUNCIL 42F.rtt Row: MARGARET MOSS WATSON. SARA RUTH HIGGINS. JANICE MOORE. JOYCE FLYNN. CHARLOnE ORMAN. MAVIS NESBITT. BETTY HUGHES. JANIE WOOD. GWEN DcBERRY. VIRGINIA COLEMAN. $«ord Row: MISS CHILES, MRS. BARRY DR RICHEY. MISS COGGINS. SALLY WATSON. ANITA HECKLE. ADA MEEKS. BETTY ANN GREEN. Y. W. C. A. y. W. C. A. is a non-denominational religious organization. Its purpose is expressed in four different commissions. These are Christian Faith and Heritage, Campus and Personal Affairs, World Relatedness, and Social Responsibility. y. W. C. A. sponsored the Thanksgiving banquet, and the Christmas party. It also maintained the Candy Kitchen, held Hall Devotions and International Coffee Hours, and in May gave the graduating class its annual Senior Bonfire. The officers of y. W. C. A. were Anita Heckle president; Ada Meeks, vice-president; Sally Watson, secretary; and Betty Ann Green, treasurer. ca.iv WATSON ANITA HECKLt. 4344Wesley Foundation Meeting every month at the Buncombe Street Methodist Church is the Wesley Foundation which seeks to bring a close unity between the students and the church. This year the group has sponsored and participated in various activities. During several meetings deputations from other colleges were guests. Dr. Bryce Herbert, pastor of the Buncombe Street Church and advisor for the group has been among the speakers who appeared on the monthly programs. President of the organization was Dick Wickliffe; vice-president, Joe DeVore; secretary-treasurer, Martha Arrington; deputation chairman, Mary Wood; publicity chairman, Betty Ann Green; recreation chairman, Dick Patty; and WCC chairman, Nell Harding. Dr. Jack Flanders is the faculty advisor. Westminster Fellowship The Westminster Fellowship at Furman is one of 173 such groups for Presbyterian college students in the United States. The organization at Furman started in 1948 and has had as its major purpose the proclaiming of God’s love and the bringing of college students together in Christian fellowship. The main project for the year was the Sunday School work at Parker Heights Chapel. During the fall the members enjoyed a fellowship retreat at Montreat, N. C. The group was under the guidance of Miss Lillian Simpson and Mr. Marvin P. Cannon, Jr. The officers were Nancy Goldsmith, president; Shirley Hubbard, secretary; and Anna Clyde Frakcr, treasurer. 45The Lutheran Students" Association The Lutheran Students' Association was organized on the Furman campus in 1950. It helps to promote closer ties between the student and the local church. The Lutheran Students’ Association provides fellowship among the Furman Lutheran students at the meetings which are held the first Tuesday of each month at Trinity Lutheran Church. Pastor J. Milton Frick, who is the Lutheran Student Pastor for this area, serves as the advisor. The officers for the Lutheran Students’ Association are: Helen Thiele, president; Gretchen Weber, vice president; Lewis Tollison, secretary; and Billie Ludwig, treasurer. Canterbury Club The Furman Canterbury Club, which is part of the national organization for college students of the Episcopal Church, seeks to bring about better understanding of the faith and practice of the Episcopal Church. Organized at Furman in 1950, Canterbury Club meets each Sunday night for round-table discussions led by local ministers, laymen, and club members. Each year it is represented at the South Carolina Diocesan Conference of Canterbury Clubs. Ann Godshall was president with Lee Stover, vice-president; Paige Sco-vil, secretary-treasurer; and Mrs. Tom Shirley and Rev. John Paul Jones were advisors. 46J . . ;• ••« L,.7o f aqulty j 0‘ ,°l I •• 'V sy M V 3 «e . mWHO'S WHO m -j, mencan u muer5i itie5 an dCJL e ed The biographies of twenty Seniors will appear in the 1954-55 issue of Who’s Who in American Universities and Colleges. The basis of recognition for this national honor organization are leadership, scholarship, cit:zenship, and promise of future usefulness. JAMES JORDAN JAMES MONROE JERRY MONROE RICHARD PATTy BILL REAMES DOLORES RILESJACK BRANTLEY MARLENE CAMPBELL FRED ROBINSON JACK ROWAN REBECCA TAYLOR SALLY WATSON DICK WICKLIFFE HERMAN WILLIAMS Seated: JAMES MONROE JOYCE TRIPP DICK PATTY REBECCA TAYLOR. JERRY MONROE. Stondrg: BILL REAMES JAMES JORDAN FRITZ SCHRODER. Hand and Torch Hand and Torch, organized in the spring of 1927, is an honor society for students based on scholarship and character. Only members of the graduating class are eligible for membership. Election is by the faculty, on recommendation of the faculty committee. The standard is such that ordinarily about ten percent of the class is eligible. New members are elected in the fall and in the spring. Chosen for membership first semester were Rebecca Taylor, Joyce Tripp, James Jordan, James Monroe, Jerry Monroe, Dick Patty, Bill Reames, Fritz Schroder. Chosen for membership second semester were Alan Gragg, Elizabeth Lee, Margaret Johnston, Clayton Mann, William Rippy, Everett Crook, Fred Robinson, Deloris Robinson, Delos Miles. soF, t! Row Left to R.ght: OEAN BONNER BILiy MITCHELL. JACK BRANTLEY, CHARLES KING Second Row; JAMES JORDAN DAN McGEE MARVIN HUGHES. TOMMy SAWyER. Third Row. DICK PATTy. JERRy MONROE. OlCK WICKLIFFE. BOB DEATON. BILL REAMES. JAMES MONROE. ALAN GRAGG. JOHN CANN. Blue Key Members of Blue Key, national honor fraternity, selected for their leadership on the campus and scholarship, have contributed outstanding service to the University in many fields—religious, scholastic, social, and journalistic. Blue Key spearheaded the Greater Furman Drive and directed the annual homecoming activities. The organization seeks to promote good relations with other colleges. Blue Key members serve as ushers at all home football games. This year James Jordan was president of the regional organization of Blue Key. On the Furman campus Blue Key was headed by Dick Patty, president; and Jerry Monroe, vice-president. Left to Right: MARLENE CAMPBELL. JOYCE FLYNN. BARBARA SMITH NELL HARDING SALLY WATSON. DEE RILES. LYNN CATER. Senior Order Senior Order works behind the scenes preferring no publicity as it carries out its purpose—service to the school. Senior Order is not simply for recognition and honor, but it offers further opportunities for service to those who are tapped. Discussions of school problems arc held every Monpay night. Twelve per cent of the rising Senior Class is chosen each spring on the basis of leadership and scholarship. Members of Senior Order this year were: Marlene Campbell, Lynn Cater, Joyce Flynn, Dee Riles, Barbara Smitn, Sally Watson, and Nell Harding, chairman. SiAlpha Psi Omega Alpha Psi Omega is the summit of each Theatre Guild member’s achievement. Selection for this honor group is made by a system of points earned by participation in Guild productions. Each member displays outstanding dramatic ability and particular interest in the theatre. After an impressive tapping ceremony the new candidates must submit themselves to a "stiff" initiation, after which they are pledged to more and greater accomplishments. Officers of Eta Psi Cast are Nancy McManaway, cast director; Benjy Tru-luck, cast stage manager; Al McNeely, cast business manager; and Dean Campbell, cast activity director. Members include Frances Thomas, Jane Terry, Bill Horton, and Pat Mealing. McDonald Held, Dr. Dorothy Richey, Miss Sara Lowrey, and Paul Hatcher are members from the faculty. Frank Capehart, Bud Morgen, Leah Thompson, Bud Forrester, Bill Landreth, Charles King, and Charles Brock were tapped for membership this year. Scaled: MR. HELD. NANCY McVANAWAY. DR. RICHEY. CHARLIE BROCK. CHARLES KING. Stond-ng; FRANK CAPEHART, JANE TERRY. DEAN CAMP8ELL. FRANCES THOMAS. BENJY TRULUCK PAT MEALING AL McNEELY. LEAH THOMPSON. Left to R.ght: JAMES JORDAN. JERRY MONROE E. J. ROWAN Quaternion Club Chosen this year to wear the traditional red scarfs as initiates of the Quaternion Club were James Jordan, Jerry C. Monroe, and E. J. Rowan, III. The Quaternion Club is an organization, composed primarily of Furman Seniors of outstanding leadership ability. It was organized in 1903 and is the oldest club on the campus. According to tradition the initiates have to white-wash "Old College", the oldest building on the campus, where the annual general meeting ol the club is held during homecoming weekend. 52Alpha Epsilon Delta l ft to R.ght: PROF. RIDDLE RAy ROBBINS OR. WOOD. LYNN CROOK. HAROLD ROSS. PHILLIP PEARCE. DAVID SHANDS WM. RIPPy, JAMES MONROE. Alpha Epsilon Delta, organized at Furman in 1937, is the national honorary fraternity for pre-medical students. Through this organization excellence in pre-medical scholarship is encouraged and members are given numerous opportunities to make valuable contacts with the medical profession. A. E. D. was led this year by James Monroe, president; Harold Ross, vice-president; William Rippy, secretary; Phillip Pearce, treasurer; and Lynn Crook, recorder. Other members included Malcolm Slifkin, Ray Robbins, Gary Durham, David Shands, and Dr. B. L. Wood, honorary member. Professor C. D. Riddle was faculty advisor of the sroup. Chi Beta Phi In order to recognize scholarship and to coordinate activities in natural sciences and mathematics, Nu Chapter of Chi Beta Phi, national honorary scientific fraternity, was organized for science majors at Furman in 1928. Its requirements are twenty hours of science courses and a "B" average. Monthly meetings are held with talks given on subjects of scientific interest. Social activities of the year include the winter banquet and the spring picnic initiation. Officers for the past year were Dick Wickliffe, president; Tom Eskew, vice-president; and John Hubbard, secretary. Other members were H. L. Curry, William Rippy, Dick Patty, Malcolm Slifkin, Jim Keller, Ralph Kelley, George Bailey, Herman Williams, James Monroe, Billy Mitchell. Dr. B. L. Wood served as advisor to the group. Fir»t Row. DICK WICKLIFFE. Second Row L«ft to Right: JOHN HUBBARD. WM. RlPPy THOMAS ESKEW. Third Row: DICK PATTy, JAMES MONROE BILLY MITCHELL Fourth Row: JIM KELLER, RALPH KELLY. H. L. CURRY. GEORGE BAILEY. 53Kappa Delta Epsilon, Furman University's professional education sorority, recognizes outstanding students in education. Its purpose is to promote the cause of education and to foster among its members professional ideals, high standards of scholastic attainment, and a spirit of mutual helpfulness. During the year the sorority enjoyed a Christmas party and a spring picnic. The monthly programs were centered around the one idea of helping the members to become better teachers. During November the president, secretary, and advisor of the group attended the National Convention in Cincinnati. Rebecca Taylor was president of the sorority with Mary Dean Edens, vice-president; Sybil Humphries, secretary; and Ann Pittman, treasurer. Advisor was Miss Frances Hudgens, and Dr. Olivia Futch was honorary member. Kappa Delta Epsilon Rack Row L«ft to Right: MARLENE CAMP8ELL MAY BAILEY. ANNA GUEST. ELISE OWEN. ALICE BLAKE. Second Row: PAT COTHRAN. ADA MEEKS. BARBARA BRANNON BILLY LUDWIG. CATHY HUNTER. TERRY THOMAS. LOU JEAN MOORE. MARY JO COL-LINS. Third Row: 8ECKY TAYLOR. MARY DEAN EDENS. SYBIL HUMPHRIES. . PATSY BLAIR. Phi Mu Alpha First Ro». Left to Right: MR. RHAME JIMMY SENN. CHARLIE CLANTON BROWNIE BRADLEY. BEVERLY WARD. JIMMY VICK. WALKER BRELAND. JIMMY BONNER ADRIAN LITTLEJOHN HERBERT TYLER. Second Row: BENNIE HUGHEY. BILL HORTON. JIMMY REICH. CHARLES STOREY. ANOY HARPER BOB CHAPMAN. RICHARD ULMER. PAISLEY JACKSON. Seated: HOLMES BAUMGARDNER. Phi Mu Alpha—Sinfonia lives again on the Furman campus! This National Honorary Music Fraternity was first chartered at Furman in 1938, but lost its charter soon thereafter when a depletion of ranks followed World War II. The Sinfonians have a four-fold aim: to advance the purpose of music in America; to foster the mutual welfare and brotherhood of students of music; to develop the truest fraternal spirit among its members; and to encourage loyalty to the Alma Mater. Membership is conferred on a candidate according to his qualifications in academic standing in music, his musical abilities, and his participation in musical organizations on the campus. Furman men who were initiated into the organization as charter members on January 10. 1955, include: Holmes Baumgardner, Jimmy Bonner, Brownie Bradley, Walker Breland, Charles Brock, Robert Chapman, Charles Clanton, Andy Harper, Bill Horton, Bennie Hughey, Paisley Jackson, Adrian Littlejohn, James Reich, Jimmy Senn, Herman Thomason, Herbert Tyler, Richard Ulmer, James Vick, and Beverly Ward. An induction of new members was held during April. Officers for this session included: Charles Storey, president; Herbert Tyler, vice-president; Jimmy Senn, secretary; and Bill Horton, program chairman. Professor DuPre Rhame, a long-time member of the fraternity, is faculty advisor for the Sinfonians. 54JACK BRANTLEY Ed to». Mtn't Campui MARLENE CAMPBELL Editor. Womens Camput Bonhomie... 1955 Faced with a limited budget, an infinity of minute details, and hours of indecision, we relaxed on February 16, (we went to press the 15th), hoping that we had made the 1955 Bonhomie one of the best yearbooks in Furman's history. After months of selection and approval, we told the story of 1954-55 verbally and pictorially. No one would deny that work was the password to enter the small office that received a "face-lifting" this year. We gave the Bonhomie a face-lifting, also. With the new cover, the enlarged sports section, the "misplaced" class section, and the presentation of the school year in terms of a favorite week, the 1955 Bonhomie emerged into the realization of the editors' dream. ASSISTANT EDITORS SMITH LOCKHART GENA JO PANT SPORTS EDITOR BILLy MITCHELL ASSISTANT SPORTS EDITORS MAC MEARES BILL PRICE CLASS EDITORS CHARLIE BROCK CAROLyN GRAGG ACTIVITIES EDITORS JIM KELLER OEAN CAMPBELL JO ANN RAINES GAIL SLOAN PHOTOGRAPHER HAROLO HUDSON fraternity editor HERMAN WILLIAMS ARTIST REMBERT TRULUCK faculty advisors MISS ELIZABETH DONNALD MR. ALBERT SANDERS STAPF MEMBERS S SPORTS STAFF—Left to Right: BILL PRICE. BlLLy MITCHELL Seated. Lei to Right: GAIL SLOAN GENA JO PANT. Stand.ng: MAC MEARES. SMITH LOCKHART. CAROLYN GRAGG CHARLIE BROCK. JACK POWERS ELNEDA PADGETT Business Manager STAFF BETH 8ALLEN7INE HOAGy BAUMGARDNER DWAIN BLACKSTONE 808 COLEY HUBY COOPER JOE DeVORE JUANITA FLOYD CLAUDIA GARRISON ANNA GUEST ANDY HARPER NELL HILL JOYCE HINSON WANDA KETCHIE ELAINE LANFORD ADRIAN LITTLEJOHN CAROLYN LITTLEJOHN JOYCE LOVELACE DOUG MARTIN JOYE MEARES CHARLES REAVES KATHLEEN SMITH BENJY TRULUCK HAROLD HUDSON. Photographer STAFF MEMBERS 57 Charles king Edto DEAN CAMPBELL New Edilo! AL McNEELY Spo'ti Editor The Fur A bigger and better paper was the 54-'55 "Hornet” staff s goal with staffers working hard to attain it. Outstanding accomplishments included several six-Dage issues and an eight-page issue. Make-up of the paper was streamlined by flushing subheads to the left, omitting column rules, and giving more photographic coverage. Through the editorials the editors stressed those things which they believed would build a stronger student body. Editorials written on Concert Series, Progressive Education, Joint-Student Social Activity, Adoption of a Joint Student Body Constitution, and School Spirit, together with symposiums of student opinion about Rat Court, Honor System, and Segregation, made the editorial page the voice of the Furman students. F.fit Row, Le t to MEROLYN STILL DAN McGEE. AL McNEELY. CHARLES KING Second Row. KEITH SHELTON. DEAN CAMPBELL NELL FURMAN FRANK VERNON JEANNE SAUNDERS DOT GANT. TN -d Row: RICHARD AUSLANDER. IRA BAKER. MITCHELL CARNELL. CAROL YOUNG. MARTHA TAYLOR JEAN FORT S8Exclusive interviews with Senator J. Strom Thurmond, Eleanor Steber, Dorothy Thompson, John C. Caldwell, and John Mason Brown, added to the ''HornetY‘ success. Critical reviews of plays, concerts, and recitals were included in campus coverage of news. Publicity was given to the Community Concert Series in regular news items as well as in editorials. An excellent sports page included complete coverage of varsity sports, intramurals, and news of the changing of coaches. Timely news articles and regular columns of world events, social activities, military happenings, thought-provoking questions, and general chit-chat helped to make the ''Hornet" one of the foremost college newspapers in the state. HIOTT PRESS HAUNTERS AND OUR THREE ANGELS REFRESHMENT 8EFORE INTERVIEW 59HUBy COOPER JOAN LIPSCOMB Published since 1887 the “Echo" is the oldest student publication at Furman. The staff is chosen through the two literary clubs, the Cloister and the Prelude. This year the “Echo" was edited by Huby Cooper and Joan Lipscomb, assisted by business Manager, Jim Keller, and Prelude president, Evelyn Cleveland. Mrs. Gilpatrick is faculty advisor. CHARLES RUTH FRANCES SKELTON Handbook The "Handbook” edited by Frances Skelton and Charles Ruth is published primarily for new students. The "Handbook" contains the regulations of the student government with which all students should be familiar. Opportunities available at Furman and her rich traditions are outlined. 60fcrtt Row Loft to Right: BROWNIE BRADLEY. JIM KELLER. HENRY BAIR. DEAN DANIEL. Second Row; DEAN CAMPBELL RAY AUSTIN RICHARD ULMER. BILL REAMES. JOHN JOHNSON Cloister Cloister grew last fall from a membership of only three when school started to a total of ten. New members are selected from ‘'Echo” contributors and those who in freshman English have shown promising ability to write creatively. The Cloister meets once a month in the home of Dr. Daniel, faculty advisor. In these meetings works of Cloister members or of other writers are discussed. Occasionally a member of the English faculty is invited to take part in the discussion. The Cloister takes pride in being the oldest departmental club on the campus. Officers are Jim Keller, president; Huby Cooper, program chairman; and Henry Bair, secretary. Other members include Ray Austin, Brownie Bradley, Dean Campbell, John Johnson, Charles King, Walter Ragsdale, Bill Reames, and Richard Ulmer. Prelude The Prelude, as a result of an enlistment campaign, has grown in size. Prelude's purpose is to encourage students in creative writing. Its members, under the leadership of the president, Evelyn Cleveland; vice-president, Leah Thompson; secretary, Barbara Smith; and sponsor, Mrs. Gilpatrick, provided good material for the "Echo''. Members included Jennene Steedly, Margaret Riddle, Frances Skelton, Nancy McManaway, Joan Lipscomb, Margaret Johnston, Nancy Shannon, Nell Harding, Frances Thomas, Anne Baldwin, Becky Tapp, Patricia Williams, Mary Vann Hughes, Jentzie Hearon, May Frances Bailey, and Barbara Sammons. F.rst Row. L ft to R.ght: MARGARET RIDDLE NANCY SHANNON. JOAN LIPSCOMB MARGARET JOHNSTON. $ cond Row. BARBARA SAMMONS. PAT WILLIAMS MRS. GILPATRICK EVELYN CLEVELAND LEAH THOMPSON. BAR. BARA SMITH. JENTZIE HEARON NELL HARDING. Th.,d Row: BECKY TAPP. MAY FRANCES BAILEY. FRANCES SKELTON. MARY VANN HUGHES. NANCY McMANAWAY ANN BALDWIN. FRANCES THOMAS. 61COLOR GUARDS LT. COL. E. L. BRUBAKER PMS T R.O.T.C. Now in its fifth year, the Furman R. O. T. C. cadet training corps has continued on its way toward improvement. Lt. Col. E. L. Brubaker, P.M.S. T. of the Battalion, has been an inspiration to the corps and has been the influencing factor in the strides toward improvement and the general "esprit de corps" of the group. Major Sterrett continued in his duties as assistant to the colonel and instructor of the seniors. Captain Kennedy and Capt. Denny joined the staff, completing the limited staff of commissioned officers. The sergeants, with M Sgt. Van Leeuwen as 1st Sergeant, efficiently carried out their duties. MAJ.jOHND. STERRETT CART. j. L. KENNED . JR. CAPT. E. R. DENNy.JR. 6?THE 8ATTAUON STAFF SCABBARD AND BLADE MARY VANN HUGHES Honorary Colonel CADET BATTALION HEADQUARTERS LT. COL. A. C. CONNELL . MAJOR L. G. HIGHTOWER CAPT. F. H. CAPEHART . . CAPT. T. J. BRANTLEY . . CAPT. W. A. MITCHELL . . CAPT. C. B. ASHMORE . . CAPT. R. L. DEATON . . . LT. A. B. TRULUCK . . . . . . Battalion Commander . . Battalion Executive ..................Adjutant . . Intellisence Officer Plans and Training Officer .... Supply Officer ....................Chaplain Public Information Officer FURMAN S ROTC 8AND PERSHING RIFLESCompany A SUZAN CLARy Sponjo OFFICERS FRED ROBINSON . . . . Company Commander JAMES MONROE...................Executive Officer DAVID T. HOTTELL.............1st Platoon Leader MILTON SANDERS...............2nd Platoon Leader WILLIAM McEACHERN .... 3rd Platoon Leader OTHER MEMBERS OF COMPANy A ]mm sii Mf LYNN CATER Sponsor Company B DON MASSEY . W. B. CANTRELL HERBERT TYLER JULIAN HUNT . DICK PATTY . . OFFICERS ...........Company Commander ...............Executive Officer .............1st Platoon Leader .............2nd Platoon Leader .............3rd Platoon Leader OTHER MEMBERS OF COMPANY 8 6SCompany C CATHY HUNTER Sponior OFFICERS JACK ROWAN..................Company Commander TOMMY BELCHER...................Executive Officer DAN HOWARD...................1st Platoon Leader WILLIAM BENSON................2nd Platoon Leader LEONARD COMPTON .... 3rd Platoon Leader OTHER MEMBERS OF COMPANY C UOUR NON-COMS" SPECIAL DRILL PLATOON The extra-curricular activities of the Cadet Corps consist of such organizations as Scabbard and Blade, Pershing Rifles, Special Drill Platoon, Rifle Team and the Pistol Club. Each has added greatly to the spirit of the corps and to the idea of wholesome competition with other colleges. The Special Drill Platoon was outstanding this year in its performance at Homecoming and the Christmas Parade at Greer. The Pistol Club and Rifle Team continued to uphold the name of Furman in meets with other universities and colleges throughout the state. All in all, the Cadet Corps had a successful year. After a hard six weeks at Fort Bragg, N. C., the seniors returned to school more learned in the ways of army life and with a foreknowledge of what was to be expected of an officer in the United States Army. 67 THE PISTOL CLUB THE RIFLE TEAMcy-. r. --CHEERLEADERS Bad Row: JOHN HUBBARD. JACK ROWAN. Head Cheerleader: FRANK VERNON. SAMMY BRANT. CHARLIE BROCK. Front Row: MARY LANE CLELAND. BOBBIE BALTZEGAR PAT MEALING. BOBBIE AUSTIN. STARTING LINEUP Front Row: BAREFOOT. YOUNG. WILLIAMS. CLARDY. SOCHA. HARRIS. HIGHTOWER. Bad Row: POPSON. BOYLE DELLINGER. YAKIMOWICZ.JOHN POPSON All State All Southern WEBSTER WILLIAMS All State All Southern Football 1954 Plagued all year with injuries to key men and a lack of experienced reserves, the 1954 Purple Hurricane gamely battled its way through a tough 10-game schedule to finish the season with a 5-5 won-lost record. However, Coach William A. (Bill) Young and his staff came through with a encouraging horde of freshman talent to supply the crutch that the team needed. The '54 season was not an unsuccessful one. Sparked by the outstanding play of All-Southerners John Popson at halfback and Webster Williams at guard, the Hurricane swept to five wins—one a rousing 7-6 upset of North Carolina State. Four of the Purples’ five losses were to heavily favored opponents. The heartbreaker was a 0-19 loss to Wofford—a defeat that shattered Furman’s hopes of a winning season and Coach Young’s chances for his third consecutive winning campaign in five years as head mentor of the Purple and White. WILLIAM A. (811) yOUNG Head Coach 71JAMES R. (Mac} McQUEEN Line Coach THOMAS H. (Tom) FETZER Baelfield Coach FRAZIER 8AILEY Line Coach Left to Right: CHARLIE ROBINSON. Trainee: DON MASSEY. Head Manager; MACK BAITZEGAR. CHARLES GWINN. BRAD GWINN. Results Furman . . 19 Newberry . . 6 Furman . . 13 Miami . . . SI Furman . . 27 P. C. ... 0 Furman . . 7 S. Carolina 27 Furman . . 31 The Citadel . 20 Furman . . 19 Davidson . . 7 Furman . . 7 N. C.State . 6 Furman . . 6 Clemson . . 27 Furman . . 14 Fla. State . . 33 Furman . . 0 Wofford . . 19 72Front Row. Left to Right: GRANT. HARRIS. DELLINGER BOYLE SOCHA YAKIMOWICZ. WILLIAMS. POPSON. MADDOX HIGHTOWER. APPELLO. Second Row: PENLAND. PFEIFER. REUGNER LINDLER. CLARDY. MEDLIN. PRINGELS. FREEMAN. HAMEL PETTY. BOLICK. MINCEY. Tlwd Row: TZOUVELAKAS. ANDERSON. BIELECKI, KOLANS ALBERTS. JOHNSON WEIR, HALL. CARTER. STOKES. YOUNG. CRAVEN. SEAY. LYLE. EDWARDS. 73DELLINGER SCORES THROUGH BIG HOLE IN NEWBERRy LINE BOyLE ADDS SECOND T. D. FURMAN 19—NEWBERRY 6 Coach Bill Young shod loose the wraps from his 1954 Furman football team, and the Purple Hurricane utilized an effective second half ground attack to grind out a 19-6 victory over a scrappy Newberry Indian eleven in the season opener at Sirrine Stadium. The Indians jumped to an early 6-0 lead in the first period on a Brabham-to-Maksim touchdown pass. But the Hurricane quickly countered with a drive that carried 70 yards in six plays and terminated with a two-yard scoring thrust by quarterback Jimmy Boyle. The extra point was blocked, leaving the score tied 6-6 at halftime. Furman's offense began to dick during the second half, and the Purples forged to a 12-6 lead in the third quarter when fullback Bob Dellinger spurted six yards for a touchdown. Just three minutes later halfback John Popson applied the clincher when he took a pitchout and sprinted 55 yards for the finol Hurricane touchdown. Gus Pringles' conversion was good, making the score 19-6. DAVE yOUNG. Tackle BOB DELLINGER. Back CECIL CLARDV. Center ROLAND ANO L. G. HELP SCALP INDIANSDALE HAMEL. Gua'd JIM BOyLE, Bad HAROLD BOLICK Guard JACKIE HARRIS. End FURMAN 13—MIAMI 51 The University of Miami hit Furman with the full force of a tidal wave and left the Hurricane nursing its worst defeat since 1950, as the Floridians pummelled the Purples, 51-13, before 42,000 spectators in the Orange Bowl. But is was Furman's resplendent halfback, John Popson, who furnished the game's biggest thrill. In the second quarter Popson fumbled a Miami kickoff, scooped up the loose pigskin on the two. and galloped straight up the field 98 yards for a touchdown. Although a rock-ribbed Miami forward wall stifled Furman's ground attack throughout the contest, the Purples' aerial game sparkled. Quarterbacks Jim Boyle, Charlie Carter, Gus Pringles, and Dick Kolans pooled their efforts to amass 149 yards through the air in completing 14 of 35 passes, one of which was a Kolans-to-Jerry Penland touchdown heave. The power-packed Floridians employed a concentrated ground attack to compile 426 yards rushing while grinding out their seven touchdowns.pmjtz POPSON PLOWS ACROSS RIGHT GUARD FOR FIRST F. U. T. D. FROSH PETTY ON LONG GAIN AGAINST 8LU6 HOSE FURMAN 27—PRESBYTERIAN 0 Furman returned to Sirrine Stadium and unveiled a "new look" two-team system that lifted the Hurricane to its second win of the infant season, a 27-0 whitewashing of Presbyterian Collese. Jimmy Boyle’s "B" unit, the starters, accounted for two of the four Furman touchdowns, scoring once in the first quarter in a 72-yard drive and again in the third period after a 48-yard morch. Big John Popson registered ooth tallies as he knifed through PC defenders on five-yard and one-yard scoring plays. Charley Carter's "C" unit, the freshmen and sophomores, struck for touchdowns in the second and fourth quarters to contribute its half to the team's scoring. Freshman halfback Jerry Penland bucked over from the three just before the half, and sophomore end Sidney Maddox snared a PC aerial and raced 29 yards into the end zone in the last period. Bobby Stokes added the final extra point. Halfback Ted yakimowicz was outstanding on both offense and defense, while guard Webster Williams and center John Socha stood out along the Furman forward well. L. G HIGHTOWER EndBOB MEDUN. End GUS PRINGLES. Bad JIMMY GRANT. Bad FURMAN 7—SOUTH CAROLINA 27 Quarterback Mackie Prickett filled the air with pigskins and caught Furman with its pass defense down to direct his South Carolina Gamecocks to a 27-7 triumph over the Purple Hurricane in Sirrine Stadium. After spotting the Gamecocks a touchdown in the last fifteen seconds of the initial quarter, Furman's ground forces roared into action and, accelerated by the explosive bursts of fullback Bob Dellinger, the Big Purple swept to a quick touchdown to knot the score. Dellinger smashed four yards for the tally, and Gus Pringles followed with the conversion. Furman fans were delirious. But the complexion of the contest soon altered—Prickett took to the air and by the end of the half South Carolina had pushed ahead 20-7. Upon receiving the second half kickoff, the Gamecocks immediately initiated a 98-yard drive that carried them to their final touchdown of the rock 'em, sock 'em game. Although Furman's attack was definitely hampered early in the game by the loss of John Popson through injury, freshman halfback Joe Appello, twice thrilled the spectators with kickoff returns of 75 and 50 yards. APPELLO S 74-YARD PUNT RETURN YAXIMOWICZ PICKS UP FIVE YARDS AND FIRST DOWNNICK TZOUVELAKAS. Guard BOBBY JENNINGS, Bad FURMAN 31—THE CITADEL 20 Spaced by the exciting running bursts of halfbacks John Popson and Ted yakimowicz, the Furman Purple Hurricane cut loose its most-torrid offensive attack of the season to sear the scrappy Citadel Bulldogs, 31-20, before 8,000 electrified homecoming fans in Sirrine Stadium. Popson, who returned a Citadel kickoff 103 yards and scored twice more, and Yakimowicz, who scored once and was the leading ground-gainer of the day, converged their efforts to pave the way for Furman’s third win of the year. But the Hurricane found no push-over in The Citadel. Just alter Popson scored the initial touchdown of the game on an eight-yard romp, the Bulldogs grabbed a 7-6 lead when quarterback Miles got free for a 63-yard gallop and halfback Broome swept 1 7 yards for a touchdown. However, late in the second period "yak" scampered 50 yards for a tally and Pringles converted to put Furman ahead to stay. Popson all but decided the issue when he gathered in the second half kickoff three yards behind his own goal line and whistled straight up the middle untouched for another touchdown. After that the Purples scored twice again: once on a 17-yard pass from Boyle to Sidney Maddox and finally on a one-yard buck by Popson. The Citadel fought back with two second-half tallies, but was unable to close the gap. JERRY PENIAND. Bsc! LARRY SEAY Center ALL SOUTHERN POPSON SCORES ON EIGHT-YARD DRIVE FOR THE FIRST OF HIS THREE TDi FOR THE DAYHOMECOMING MRS. Pi.yj.ER WELCOMES GEN. MARK CLARK Queen. LYNN CATER a. c. McCall crowns homecoming queen MARy SUE DARR 8RONA FAYE MOOREFIELD SIDELINE SUSPENSE AND ITS EXPRESSION MARy VANN HUGHES POPSON OPENS THROTTLE ON 103-yARD JAUNTCHARLES CARTER Bad FRANCIS UNDER T«llr RONNIE MINCE . T ci' DICK KOlANS Bacl YAK SEAQy TO PASS OVER DAVIDSON DEFENDERS COACH FETZER REWARDED WITH SMILES AND GAME BALL FURMAN 19—DAVIDSON 7 For the second week in a row Furman cut loose a one-two punch in the persons of John Popson and Ted Yakimowicz and their efforts rocketed the Hurricane to a sound 19-7 licking of Davidson. It was “Tom Fetzer Night" for the Hurricane—three weeks earlier Coach Bill Young had turned the strategical responsibility of the game over to him, and the young backfield coach masterfully delivered Furman its second conference win, Fetzer was backfield coach at Davidson before coming to Furman. Popson rampaged to amass 101 yards gained and scored his seventh and eighth touchdowns of the season to gain him the title of the Southern Conference “Player of the Week". His six-pointers came on a four-yard buck in the first quarter and on a seven-yard pass from Jim Boyle m the third period. Yakimowicz compiled a total of 87 yards gained and scored the game’s longest touchdown in the second quarter hen he gathered in a Boyle aerial and skipped through Davidson defenders on a 48-yard scoring play. Dellinger kicked the extra point. Davidson's lone touchdown came in the fourth quarter on a 33-yard run. Jimmy Boyle played an outstanding game at quarterback, completing eight of 17 passes for 119 yards and two touchdowns. JOE APPELLO. Bad 8ILL PETTY. BadFURMAN 7—NORTH An ‘'old-fashioned" seven-man line against the singlewing and eight "iron men” gave Furman a dramatic 7-6 upset win over favored North Carolina State in a terrific battle in the bitter cold at Raleigh, N. C. The victory was the third straight for the Hurricane and expanded Furman’s won-loss record to 5-2 with only three games remaining on the 1954 schedule. Although Furman managed to squeek out a 7-6 edge during the first half, the Baptists had shown little evidence of being able to stop State’s multiple-offense system. The Wolfpack, with little George Marinkov the ringleader, had been shifting in and out of the single-wing and darting through the Big Purple defense for chunks of yardage at a time. But during the intermission. Coach Bill Young and Line Coach Jim McQueen dusted off the old single-wing menace—the seven-man line—and infused it into the CAROLINA STATE 6 Furman defensive patterns. It worked, and Furman won. In grinding out its hard-earned victory, the Hurricane used only 16 men—eight of whom gave an inspired 60-minute performance. The iron men were ends L. G. Hightower and Sidney Maddox, tackles Julian Freeman and Dave Young, guard Webster Williams, center John Socha, halfback John Popson, and fullback Bob Dellinger. State had jumped to an early 6-0 lead in the first quarter, but Furman roared back in the second period to grab the lead. Socha recovered a 'Pack fumble on the State 43, and five plays later Jim Boyle sneaked over from the one. Pringels followed with the game-winning conversion. Victory was costly for the Hurricane, however, as Furman lost the services of Captain Ted Yakimowicz for the remainder of the season through a leg injury. Quarterback Boyle suffered a hand fracture. QUARTERBACK BOYLE SQUEEZES THROUGH N. C. STATE'S LINE FOR SCORE OHN JOHNSON, Guard DICK PFEIFER. End JACK STEWART. Back BOBBY STOKES. GuardPAUL CRAVEN. Tad' ROGER HALL Guard JACK ANDERSON Guard JOHN ALBERT. Bad FURMAN 6—CLEMSON 27 Furman found Clemson’s highly touted defensive unit about as easy to penetrate as a brick wall while fancy Tiger runners weaved through the less concrete Furman barricades and scored often enough to give Clemson a 27-6 win over the Hurricane. Some 18,000 fans watched the Tigers roll to their homecoming victory over Furman in Clemson’s Memorial Stadium. That the big Clemson line was able to stop Furman’s herc-to-fore potent ground attack is evident from the statistics—Hurricane backs were able to gain only 15 yards rushing all day. Furman failed to make a first down rushing. although the Purples did pick up three first downs and 77 yards on passes. Statistically speaking, Clemson racked up 18 first downs, 258 yards rushing, and 88 yards passing. Furman’s lone touchdown came in the third period after o 57-yard drive. A ricochet pass from quarterback Charlie Carter off the chest of Clcmson's defending halfback Paglieli and into the arms of end Bobby Stokes—good for 23 yards—gave the Hurricane its score. Popson missed on the extra point try. Clemson took command of the contest early in the first quarter when fleet halfback Joel Wells scooted 20 yards for a touchdown. Halfback Buck George bucked two yards, quarterback Don King breezed 21 yards, and Wells bolted one yard for the other Tiger touchdowns. SOCHA CLOSES IN ON CL£M$ON$ BACK HIGHTOWER HAMEL AND DELLINGER SMOTHER KING F. U. DEFENDERS JUST BEFORE SPILLING WELLSGEORGE BECK. Tadic BOB HALFORD. Tarfl. GRADY LYLE. TocU. EMIL REUGNER. Center MADDOX RAISES F. S. U. BACK OFF HIS FEET FURMAN 14— FLORIDA STATE 33 Florida State's Seminoles found their best offense a leaky Furman pass defense, and the Florida Indians concentrated on tnat fact to roll up a 33-14 win over a scrapping Furman Hurricane in Tallahassee, Florida. It was the Seminoies' first win over the underdog Hurricane in three meetings. But it remained for Furman's scatbaclc Joe Appello to furnish the game’s most-thrilling episode as he reversed his field and raced 77 yards before being pulled down from behind on the one-yard line late in the final pediod. The run set up the Hurricane's second touchdown, as Jimmy Boyle stepped over a couple of plays later. Dellinger converted for the extra point. Florida State lost little time in compiling the points, 'coring once in the initial period on a three-yard smash and twice in the second quarter on a 60-yard runback of an intercepted pass and an eight-yard dash. The Seminoles led 20-0 at the half. The Floridians scored again immediately after the kickoff on a 68-yard drive, and Furman registered its first touchdown as several F$U backs booted a fumbled ball around in the end zone, and Hurricane freshman tackle Jack Anderson fell on the loose sphere for the score. Gus Pringles converted. State tallied again in the final quarter on a 26-yard pass after a 76-yard drive, and Appello set up Furman's last touchdown with his run to round out the action. Boyle's score came with only four minutes remaining to be played. SEMINOLE 8ACK STRUGGLES WITH F.U. TACKLERS FRESHMAN GRANT SLANTS OFF ENDTRICKY APPEUO STOPS AND THEN GOES FOR 77 YARDS HAZLE ROARS INTO END ZONE FOR WOFFORO S FIRST SCORE FURMAN 0—WOFFORD 19 Ploying alert, aggressive football and capitalizing on every Hurricane mistake, the fircd-up Wofford Terriers wrecked Furman's hopes of a winning season and dealt the Purples a bitter 19-0 upset before some 7,000 stunned spectators in Sirrine Stadium. Furman's 16-game scoring streak, which started in 1953 after its shutout loss to Army, crumbled before the Methodists' impregnable defense. The loss, the fifth in ten games for the Baptists, marked the season's finale for the Purples and their third defeat at the hands of Wofford in 28 games. The Terriers, quick to pounce upon every opportunity, struck for their first touchdown early after recovering Boyle's pitchout on the third scrimmage play at the Furman 41. Eight plays later halfback Joe Hazle streaked into the end zone for a 6-0 lead. Wofford's other two touchdowns came in the third quarter, one on a 24-yard pass, and the other on a 10-yard jaunt. The last tally was set up by a 46-yard run back of an intercepted pass. Although Furman actually outgained their conquerors both on the ground and through the air, they were never able to penetrate beyond the Terrier 30-yard line. PETE WARD, Bad DONNIE GARRISON Cent ! VERNON EDWARDS BaciBasketball Once again it was a busy season for statisticians and record-book tenders across the country as the famed fast-breaking Paladins of Coach Lyles Alley continued their assault on the major college scoring records during the 1954-55 basketball campaign. Spurred on by the brilliant play of All-American Darrell Floyd, Furman unlashed its “blitz attack on 27 opponents to sweep to its third straight national scoring title and set a new national all-time scoring record of 95.3 points per ame while compiling a 17-10 mark for the season. The aladins also established a new NCAA all-time individual game offensive mark of 154 points (against The Citadel), and eclipsed the 100 point mark a record 12 times. For Darrell Floyd it was a brilliant year. The dazzling 6-1 point master for Thomasville, N. C. popped in 897 points in 25 games to finish the campaign with a 35.9 average and the national scoring title. Floyd cracked the former all-time 2-year point average of 27.1 set by Frank Selvy of Furman by compiling a 31.8 average in 42 games. His 2-year total points mark of 1,335 ties the record held by Buzz Wilkinson of Virginia. The 1954-55 basketball season at Furman saw the Paladins adhere closely to the same precedented patterns of the past few years: a slow start, a good fast break, a strong finish, and new scoring records. After losing to Richmond and Texas Tech and dropping close decisions to William and Mary and Presbyterian with lyLES AlLEy Head Coach only a single win over Newberry in the first five games. Coach Alley’s Knights suddenly found themselves. Led by Floyd and Fred Fraley, the Purples upset New York University, 93-85, dumped Miami University, 91-74, and spilled Erskine, 102-85. Then Furman experienced its hottest night of all time to shatter The Citadel by a record 154-67 count. Floyd tallied 50 points, while Bobby Gaines, who had scored 29 against Erskine, contributed 34 points to the Furman cause. NATION’S NO. 1 OFFENSIVE TEAM FOR THIRD CONSECUTIVE YEAR STATE CHAMPIONS. 8acl Row. L lt to RlgKt: RUTH. R. GAINES. FlOyD. HANKS. HERRING. W. GAINES. FRAlEy. Fiont Row: RAILEy. WRIGHT. KftER. THOMAS. McKINNEy. GORDON. JONES. COOPER.DARRELL FLOYD—All-American The Paladins fell before the powerful Wolfpack at North Carolina State, 81-105, but bounced back to down a rangy Georgia Tech five, 111 -95. Floyd swished 48 to spark the Purples over the Engineers, who had twice upset Kentucky. After havinq a bad night against St. Joseph’s in a 76-85 loss, the Paladins returned to Textile Hall to drop a terrific scoring duel to Morehead State, 117-130. Darrell Floyd hit his career’s peek by pumping in 67 points, but More-head capitalized on 50 points via the free throw route to take the win. The game point total of 247 points was a new NCAA record. Furman then raced to wins over VPI twice. South Carolina, and Clemson before losing to potent George Washington, 71-76. Floyd and Fraley, with 25 points each, spearheaded a qallant effort that almost gave the Paladins an upset over the favored Colonials. Floyd dropped in 40 to rocket Furman to a 128-94 conquest of Newberry in "The Hall". Taking to the road without the services of Darrell Floyd (he was ill with influenza], the Purples led by Bob Thomas, Fraley, and Gaines routed Davidson, 96-67, and squeeked by The Citadel, 26-24, in a "deep freeze" contest. Paced by Floyd, Thomas, Fraley, and an improved Al Kyber, Furman rolled up decisive wins over South Carolina, Davidson, and Presbyterian. Thomas had perhaps the most outstanding night of his career in the P. C. game, hitting for 35 points and getting 28 rebounds in Furman’s 110-87 win—a win that gave the Purples claim to the 1954-55 state championship. After losing again to Richmond, 79-73, Furman closed out its season with a 124-87 rout of Clemson, with Floyd pitching in 56 points. Dave Railey and Charlie Ruth were outstanding on defense. Finishing fifth in Southern Conference play, the Paladins faced fourth place Washington and Lee in the post-seasonal tournament, but had an off day against the tall Generals and bowed out, 63-97. Floyd hit 20, but the Paladins made only 20% of their shots. Floyd was named first team All-American by the Associated Press, captain of the All-Southern first team, player of the year in the Southern Conference, St. George Jaycee Trophy for the best basketball player in South Carolina, and captain of the All-State team. 86BOB THOMAS All-Staten a 9ROCK GORDON. Forward SYLVESTER WRIGHT. Guard FRED FRALEY. Guard JOE COOPER. Guard CHARLIE RUTH. Forward BILL HANKS. Center 1954-55 Results Furman . . 87 Richmond .... . 101 Furman . 10! William and Mary . . 103 Furman . . . 98 Newberry .... . 56 Furman . . . 82 Presbyterian . . . . 83 Furman . . . 103 Texas Tech . . . . IN Furman . . 93 New York University . 85 Furman . . . 91 Miami . 74 Furman . . 102 Erskinc . 85 Furman . . . 154 The Citadel . . . . 67 Furman . . . 81 N. C. State . . . . 105 Furman . . . Ill Georgia Tech . . . 95 Furman . . . 76 St. Joseph's . . . . 85 Furman . . . 117 Morehead State . 130 Furman . 125 Virginia Tech . . . . 87 Furman . . . 89 Clcmson .... . 73 Furman . . . 86 South Carolina . . . 72 Furman . . 60 Virginia Tech . . . . 58 Furman . . . 71 George Washington . 76 Furman . . . 128 Newberry .... . 94 Furman . . . 96 Davidson .... . 67 Furman . . . 26 The Citadel . . . . 24 Furman . . . 100 South Carolina . . . 79 Furman . . . 125 Davidson .... . 76 Furman . . . 110 Presbyterian . . . . 97 Furman . . . 73 Richmond .... . 79 Furman . . . 124 Clcmson .... . 87 SOUTHERN CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT Furman , . . 63 Washington and Lee . 97 4. In gd I-3.2. i P m n 4 i • PHIL MCKINNEY. Guard BILLY GAINES. Guard DAVE RAILEY. Guard BOBBY GAINES Fc--vdBob Thomas was voted first team All-State, while Fred Fraley was picked up on the second All-State team. Sylvester Wright, hustling senior reserve, will be Coach Alley's sole loss by graduation from this year’s team. Paced by the all-round excellence of Ed Berryhill, the steady play of Carson McClain, and the uncanny ball-handling of Frank Haight, Coach Bill Kerr's freshmen rolled to a 17-5 record to complete a fine season. Although lacking any big men, the little Paladins showed plenty of scrap and a good fast break to thrill the spectators on many occasions. Highlight of the season was a 91-89 upset win over a highly touted North Greenville Junior College team, Berryhill won the game with o spectacular shot with only seconds remaining. His 28.4 point average was tops for the team. FRESHMEN. 6- • R©» Manag.:■ Al HANCOCK TERRY MARTIN CARSON McCLAIN MAX BELL BUD GALLOWAY BOB SIEGMANN Coach BILL KERR F-ont R©«: Manager PANDv PUSSER ED BERRYHILL. GREGG HORTON. FRANK HAIGHT WALLY CASE BILL WEIR.FRAZIER BAILEY. Coath Tennis 1954 Paced by the splendid play of Captain Cordell "Grubby” Maddox, the Furman tennis team experienced one of its most successful seasons in recent years as they copped first place in the South Carolina Invitational Tourney and placed second in the Southern Conference Tournament. Maddox, who lost only two matches during the entire season, volleyed to capture the South Carolina Invitational singles trophy and reached the quarter finals of the conference tourney at Davidson, N. C. to lead the team individually. Bobby Rogers, number two man on the team, also played outstanding tennis to complete four years of competition as a member of the team. Although the netmen lost eight of their 14 matches during the regular season, they looked very impressive in talcing double wins from Clemson and Erskine, and single wins over South Carolina and Donaldson Air Force Base. Three of the losses were one-point heart-breakers to Wofford, College of Charleston, and South Carolina. Other members of the team were Johnny Cochran, number three man; Billy Mitchell, number four man; Bill Price, number five man; Jack Parham, number six man; and Tom Sawyer, number seven man. r . D , . . , CORDELL MADDOX. Captain hrazier Bailey served as coach. State invitational Champion ROGERS CONGRATULATES MADDOX ON WINS BacV Row: GRUBBY MADDOX 8ILLY MITCHELL. TOM SAWYER. Front Row: JOHN COTHRAN. BOBBY ROGERS Abicnt: BILL PRICE. JACK PARHAM.BILL VOUNG Coach Golf 1954 Competing with only three returning lettermen, the 1954 Furman golf team was handicapped by a lack of experience and consequently managed to cop only two of its ten intercollegiate matches. During the season the linksmen saw action against such state and Southern Conference teams as Wofford, Presbyterian, University of South Carolina, Davidson, and The Citadel. All home matches were played at the Greenville Country Club. Dillard Veal joined lettermen Dan Marshall, Douglas McClain, and Syl Wright, to complete the four-man team. Bill Young, athletic director, served as coach. Left to R.'ht: DOUGLAS McCLAIN DAN MARSHALL. SVL WRIGHT. Abvcnt: DILLARD VEAL 9 2Track 1954 Although boasting of some of the state's outstanding individual cindermen, the Furman track team lacked sufficient depth and finished out the season with an impassive 2-4 won-lost record. However, that the losses came more frequently than the wins is no indication that the season was unsuccessful, for the team represented the I school well with its keen sense of spirit and sportsmanship. Charlie West copped first place in the pole vault at the annual State Track Meet in Clinton with a leap of 12 feet, six inches. L. G. Hightower placed first in the discus throw with a heave of 136 feet, 43 inches. Joe Gilreath threw the javelin for a second place award, while Gene Reed took third place in the shot put, and Jimmy Mattos finished third in the mile run despite an injured foot. Dashman Mack Baltzegar paced the cinderman as the individual high point man for the season. Other members of the team were Emmett Patrick, Harry Jones, Charlie Ruth, Ted Cochran, Ted Yakimowicz, Jimmy Boyle, Roy Still, and Gus Pringels. Jimmy Mattos was captain of the team, while Skip Lindler served as manager. Bill Kerr was the coach. Bad Row. Manager LINDLER. RUTH. MATTOS. HIGHTOWER Coach McQUEEN. Front Row. PATRICK BALTZEGAR. MATTOS BREAKS TAPE IN MILE L. G. HIGHTOWER State Discus Champion BALTZEGAR BEATS CLEMSON DASHMAN J WEST—STATE POLE VAULT CHAMPION GENE REED Shot PutF;» t Ro Left to Right: Manner BRIGGS. COMPTON SUTTON. GAY. WALKER. HARDING. Manager HOLCOMBE. S«ood Row: Coach KERR. WEST. ROBINSON. GARRISON MILLER. POU. LINDSEY. CASION. Ab» nt: ALLEN KY8ER. Baseball 1954 Although lacking depth in pitching, the Furman University baseball Hornets showed a definite affinity for hitting the ball to wind up the season with an 8-7 won-lost record. Captain Russ Sutton, talented shortstop who signed a professional contract with the Cleveland Indian organization after graduation, and first baseman Ted Yakimowicz sparked the Hornets throughout the campaign with their outstanding play. Both were selected to the All-State team. Senior pitcher Buck Gay blazed his name into the school’s Hall of Fame by twirling a no-hit game against the Wofford Terriers. The Hornets opened the season with a 4-6 loss to P. C. but quickly retaliated to knock off Washington and Lee, 9-4, in their first conference game. After sustaining one loss to Clemson and two losses at the hands of The Citadel, Furman squeeked past Davidson, 4-3. The Hornets then fell victim twice to V. P. I. and once to Wofford before etting back into the win column with a 9-8 win over resbyterian. Gay then stifled Wofford with his no-hit performance. The Purples traveled to Charleston and out-slugged The Citadel to sweep a double-header from the Bulldogs, 16-5 and 11-7. Russ Sutton had a field day as he banged out six hits and stole 12 bases to lift Furman to its double win. The Hornets then eked out a 3-2 win over Newberry by executing a unique double play in the last inning. The play occurred with one man out, the bases loaded with Indians, and Charlie West on the mound for Furman. Newberry attempted a squeeze play, but the batter popped up. Yakemowicz gathered in the ball but threw wildly to third as he attempted to catch the runner off. Two runs scored for Newberry as a result of the wild throw. However, West quickly tossed the ball to Cashion at third, and the umpire called the lead runner out for failing to tag the base after the catch by Yak. This, of course, cancelled both Newberry runs, registered the final out of the game, and gave Furman a 3-2 win. The Purples extended their win streak to six straight and finished out the season with an outstanding 13-9 upset win over highly touted Clemson in Tiger Town. Yakimowicz's big bat boomed out three triples and a single for five runs-batted-in to spark the Hornets to their big win. Bill Kerr was coach of the team. The freshman baseball team had an outstanding year and several of the frosh are expected to help the varsity greatly next season. No picture was available of the freshman team. BOB CASHION left to R.ght: WEST. GAY LINDSEY. ROBINSON HARDING. KING TED YAKIMOWICZ All St«t Infield. Left to Right: yAKIMOWICZ. WALKER, SUTTON. CASHIONINTRAMURAL COUNCIL Front Rows Conch DOBSON WALKER FLOYD HENDRIX CLEGG MATTOS Second Row BOURNE McEACHERN HANBERRY HALLMAN MORGAN Intramurals | Under the capable direction of Coach H. R. "Red-' Dobson and his staff, Furman experienced another successful year of spirited competition with a well-organized intramural athletic program. A powerful B. S. U. eleven tucked away most of the honors in the strong football league as the Baptists swept through a dcfeatless season to cop the league pennant and the playoffs. B. S. U.’s sole loss on the gridiron was a post-season upset by the Icogue all-stars. Kappa Alpha finished second, while Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Theta Chi claimed the third and fourth sports. The Ministers, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Pi Kappa Phi, and the Independents rounded out the second division in that order. The sharp-shooting Theta Chis breezed through an undefeated season to wrap up the league pennant, only to lose the playoffs to a fired-up K. A. team in the fast ‘mural basketball competition. Gus Pringels, L. G. Hightower, Ted yakimowicz, and John Popson sparked the Theta Chi play, while Harry Jones, Bobby Jennings, and Bobby Dellinger were mainstays for the K. A.s. S. A. E. downed the Ministers to win the consolation title in the playoffs. Final league standings found the Pi Kaps and K. A. tied for second place. T. K. E. fourth, the Ministers and S. A. E. tied for fifth, the Independents seventh, and B. S. U. in the cellar. S. A. E. captured the 1954 volleyball crown by edging out second place Kappa Alpha. Theta Chi finished third, with the Ministers winding up the season in fourth place. The Theta Chi cindermen snatched seven first places and piled up 60 points to gain top honors in the big '54 COMPTON GAINS FOR PI KAPS ALL STARS Bock Row. Left to R.gHt: MARLOWE SNOW. McCLAIN SAWYER ARNOLD. Front Row: HORTON CULBERTSON MATTOS Mr EACHERN KELLEY. Left to R qht: NUNN 80URNE McKINNEY. HANKSB. S. U. Bacl Row. Loft to Right: HORTON. BRYSON TURNER. TURNER DIXON. V ddlc Rc : NUNN HAMILTON POWERS. BENTON. SIEGMANN. Front Row: BOURNE. DUBOSE TAKES REBOUND FOR TKEt intramural track meet. S. A. E. compiled 52 points and five firsts to come in second. K.A. finished third in the event. The Ministers rcisned champions of the 1954 softball play by edging past four clubs for first place. At the end of regular season play, S. A. E., T. K. E., the Pi Kaps, and Theta Chi found themselves deadlocked for the second position. However, a post-season playoff gave Theta Chi the second spot, T. K. E. third place, and S. A. E. last place. Tod laurels in the 1954 tennis tourney went to S. A. E., with K. A. finishing a dose second. Emmett Patrick and Bill McEachern and Sid Maddox paced S. A. E. while Darrell Floyd and Herman Williams led the K. A.s. K. A. dominated the annual 'mural swimming meet by copping four first places to lead the field by a wide margin. Theta Chi came in second, S. A. E. was third, and the Ministers finished fourth. Winners of the various events were: 40-yard Free Style—Julian Freeman (S. A. E.), 20-yard Breast Stroke—Fred Chester (K. A.), 20-yard Back Stroke—Sidney Spann (Theta Chi), 60-yard Medley Relay— Kappa Alpha, 160-yard Free Style Relay—Kappa Alpha, and Diving—Billy Gaines (K. A.). Officers of the 1954-55 intramural council were Jimmy Mattos, president; Charlie Clegg, vice-president; and Bob Townes and Bill Hendrix, who performed the secretary, treasurer, and reporter duties.UP AND AT EM Beck Row: SHIRLEY SEXTON. SARA GALLOWAY. Firii Row: JOYCE HARRIS OEE DAVIDSON. WAA The organization on the Woman’s Campus which keeps "Susie Zoo" trim is the Woman's Athletic Association, headed this year by Sara Galloway. The WAA provides opportunity to "Zooites" for stretching lazy muscles—bike riding, swimming, and participating in various intramural sports. Every member of the Woman's student body is a member of the WAA. Block "Fs" are acquired by attainment of a certain standard set by the WAA Council. The Council is responsible for coordinating and providing athletic activities. Points are awarded for participation in any of the athletic activities and when a sufficient number has been obtained, a Block "F" is awarded. Flirt Row: BOBBIE AUSTIN. ALICE BLAKE. MARY LANE CLELAND ERIN WINGO. PAT WIGGINS. Second Row: EUNICE JORDAN. DOT CORLEY. MISS BRISENDINE MISS WILSON. CHICK YOUNG. CAROLYN WATKINS. Th.rd Row: JOYE MEARES MAY FRANCES BAILEY. HELEN STEWART REBECCA TAYLOR. SARA LOU LEVER. PATSY COOK. COUNCILWHAT? NO GUARDS? Preliminary planning for the year is carried our at spring retreat. During the year tournaments in volleyball, hockey, basketball, tennis, horseshoes, ping-pong, and other sports are scheduled. One highlight of the year was the trip by a Furman delegation to Play Day at Winthrop College. ON WAY to PLAy DAy ALL EYES ON THE BALL WAA was responsible for the float for the Homecoming Queen in the annual parade, the Halloween Carnival, and the Spring Play Day. The annual banquet closed the year with the presentation of awards and Block "Ps". LOVELY SET KAPPA ALPHA OFFICERS FRED E. ROBINSON . . THOMAS E. BELCHER, JR HUBY COOPER . . . . DAVID MAULDIN . . . DON MASSEY .... RICHARD ARCILESI . . WEBSTER WILLIAMS . . HERBERT TYLER . . . . BILL HENDRIX .... ..............President . . . . Vice-President . Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary ..............Historian ............. Treasurer ..................Censor .................No. 8 ....................No. 9 ROBINSON BELCHER COOPER MAULDIN MASSEY ARCILESI WILLIAMS TYLER HENDRIX COOK HAYES HOLCOMBE HUDSON JOHNSON, JOHN SANDERS WILLIAMS PLEDGES ARNTS BLACKWELL BOYLE ELLIS PLOYD JENNINGS JOHNSON. W. R. JONES 102lota Chapter The KAs returned early this year to complete the redecoration of the interior of the Mansion, which had been begun in the summer under the inspiration and direction of Brother Jim Barrett. The "Crimson Room" was more crimson than ever, and the chapter room, done in shrimp and green, soon became the "Shrimp Room". The social activities of the year began right away with parties at Paris Mountain, the Hilltop, and the Mansion. Then in November there was the traditional fall houseparty at Lake Jamiki. Homecoming eve found the Southern gentlemen and their faithful Rush Girls working late into the night to complete the fraternity float, a giant adding machine, "adding up for Furman". One of the highlights of the year was the Christmas party for the children of the Shriners’ Hospital. In intramurals Kappa Alpha kept up its winning ways, and on the varsity football team the fraternity was well represented. Winter came and all interest centered around the Purple Paladans, led by Kappa Alpha’s "Zeke". Rush Week was a tremendous success, thanks to our indispensable Rush Girls, led this year by Waynie Pardue. Convivium, the Old South, and the Magnolia Festival were the outstanding social events of the second semester. SECOND SEMESTER PLEDGES: Back Row: JOE DERRY. WENDELL WATKINS. JAMES STEWART. FRANK McCRAVEY. KEITH SHELTON. JIMMY MOSS. F»o«t Row: B08BY DELLINGER RICHARD AUSlANDER. DAVID DANIEL. SAM BLANTON. DON McCARTER. Kntel.nq; DWAIN 8LACKSTON ROBERT MOORER. 103PI KAPPA PHI OFFICERS JIMMY MATTOS...............................................President CHARLES HOWARD.............................................Secretary BOBBY TOWNS................................................Treasurer HUGH O'NEIL................................................Historian BILL BOYD...................................................Chaplain MATTOS Boyo O'NEAL HOWARD PLEDGES CROOKS HILDER8RAND PARKER .Delta Chapter The Pi Kappa Phis enjoyed 1954-'55 with a full social calendar. The year was opened with a delightful smorgasbord celebrating the opening of our new lodge, which we equipped with new furniture and drapes. Shortly afterward we entertained with a picnic supper for our Rush Girls at Sulphur Springs, and later we went to Table Rock for a most enjoyable houseparty. We had a very successful Rush Week and pledged some fine men. Our Rush Week consisted of several smokers, a drop-in at a home in town and one at our lodge, with a dinner party at the Elk's Club for our closed night. As usual we had our annual Rose Celebration which was held in the Poinsett Hotel. We did not limit ourselves to parties. We were busy during the Greek Week activities, and went en masse to the Sunday church service that began the week. Also, we offered seasonal cheer to underprivileged families during Thanksgiving and Christmas. Lj SECOND SEMESTER PLEDGES: Bad Row: JERRy DAVIS. TOBy CARSON. ROBERT GAV. BUCK BISHOP. JIMMy GAINEy. JIM BONNER. Front Row; TANK 'MARLOWE, TERRy ROPER. JERRy MARTIN. KENNETH BRANNON. MILTON SEABORNE. STEVE GRIP FIN. BILL LEWALLAN. I0S 'i_ SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON OFFICERS JACK ROWAN................. MAX ESKEW.................. BUD PETTIT ... .... TOM DRAKE.................. FRANK VERNON............... BILL HUNT.................. SKIP LINDLER . . ... J. P. MATTHEWS ....... . . . Archon Deputy Archon . . Recorder . . Treasurer Correspondent . . Chronicler . . . Herald . . Warden P Jkh ROWAN ESKEW PETTIT DRAKE VERNON HUNT LINDLER MATTHEWS BEARDEN BARNETT CASS COOPER DEW FREEMAN HANKS HUBBARD HUNT JONES KAY LEACH MADDOX MONROE McEACHERN McKinney PATRICK PATTY PRICE SHANDS UNOERWOOD WICKLIFFE WRIGHT PLEDGES CULBERTSON DANIELS FREEMAN GANTT GORDAN HYATT JEFFORDS MEARES THOMAS 106South Carolina Phi Chapter South Carolina Phi enjoyed one of its best years ever. We feel that we accomplished many worth-while things this year and made many strides toward bettering our order. Highlighting the first of the year was the move into our newly obtained house located on University Ridge. Renovations and repairs involved many hours of work, but the pleasure was supreme when we began to enjoy the house and its numerous ossets. We felt very proud to entertain our bevy of beautiful and dependable Rush Girls (and many thanks to these fine and loyal Zooites) at a lawn party at the house at our first social event of the year. Many other wonderful occasions followed this initial one. The fall houseparty at Lake Sega . . . drop-ins after the football gomes . . . frequent mountain parties . . . hob-nobbing with the boys ... the inspirational Wednesday morning prayer meetings under the direction of Chaplain Bill Price . . . homecoming was fun but really left us and The Citadel a wreck (os evidenced by our float and house decorations) . . . many Rush Girl parties . . . the excellent participation of the Lions in intramurols . . . the enjoyment of Greek Week . . . Christmos parties and the true feeling of the season felt by adopting a needy family and providing for them . . . and just parties. These events spiced the calendar of the Sig Alphs. Second semester saw the presidential gavel changed from the hands of Jack Rowan to those of Bill Hunt and the occurrence of the big events of the school year. Bill McEachcrn and his committee led the frat through a very successful Rush Week— an informal party at a local club house, informal tea at the Poinsett, closed night at the Cotton Club, a smoker at the house, and an elegant outing on Saluda Lake. What a fabulous week! The Founders’ Day Banquet was another red-circled day on our calendar. Then the highly anticipated spring affair and houseparty topped off an excellent year. But more important to us than all these social events were the deeper and more meaningful things offered to the Sons of Minerva. The development of brotherhood, scholarship, and leadership were evident in each of the members. SAE became our home away from home which provided us with a glorious adventure in corporate living and learning. SECOND SEMESTER PLEDGES: Sock Row: JIMMY LIPSCOMB. GENE RASOR. AL HANCOCK, BUD GALLOWAy. RANDY PUSSER MAX BELL. ALGIE BROWN GENE GODBOLD. JIM PHILLIPS. M.ddlc Row: LEWIS TOLLISON, ROGER POORE. JIM PLYLER DON GANT. F,0nt Row: ERVIN BAGWELL LARRY BRYSON. JIM PATE. 107TAU KAPPA EPSILON 5 OFFICERS CHARLES RUTH............. RAY ROBBINS.............. CLYDE MURPHY............. JOE DcVORE............... MALCOLM SLIFKIN.......... FRANK CAPEHART........... BENJY TRULUCK............ DAN HOWARD............... . . . President . Vice-President . . . Secretary . . . Treasurer . . . Chaplain . Plcdse Master . . . Historian Sergcant-at-Arms RUTH ROBBINS MURPHY DcVORE SLIFKIN CAPEHART TRULUCK HOWARD BARNETT MOORE OWENS WAKELYN PLEDGES BURKE CAMPBELL FUNDER8URKE HORTON McKinney MAULDIN VICK WATKINS WATTS 108Gamma Mu Chapter This was another year of improvement and growth for TKE. Many honors came our way this year including winning for the second time the National Scholarship Supremacy Trophy, winning Furman's first Fraternity Sing, and winning third place in the national TKE publication contest with our chapter paper, "Gamma Musing". After a most successful Rush Week that included closed night at the Clemson House, partying in the mountains, and elaborately decorated private buffets, many were added to give new lifeblood to our "fraternity for life". Our Rush Girls deserve much credit for helping make this Rush Week the great one that it was. And we‘11 never forget all those Rush Girl parties during the year—and that skit by the Zoo girls. Doris Ann Bowen was chosen our most beautiful Rush Girl, Dream Girl of TKE. The gigantic Red Carnation Alumni event at the Poinsett Hotel, gifts and teas from the Mothers' Club, homecoming drop-in, decorating for the homecoming float and house display, housepartics, and other such social events made our 1954-1955 year at Furman most enjoyable. Stressing scholarship, brotherhood, and character, Tau Kappa Epsilon has led and served the Furman student body in many ways since its recent appearance on the campus. Maybe it's the strength of our patron saint, Apollo, that inspires us to be represented in nearly every campus organization. May we continue to strive under the inspiration of our sacred bond based on the twelfth chapter of Ecclesiastes, which begins, "Remember now thy Creator in the days of thy youth, while the evil days come not, nor the years draw nigh, when thou shalt say, I have no pleasure in them." SECOND SEMESTER PLEDGES: Back Row: LAWRENCE QUEEN, AL McNEELY JIMMY GAINES. SHELBY YOAKUM. GALE MOUL. P'ont Row: CARL VICK. CLYDE TAYLOR. CHARLES CANNON. 109THETA CHI OFFICERS CHARLES CLEGG....................................President JACKIE HARRIS...............................Vice-President DAVID BRYSON ....................................Secretory KENNETH COBB ....................................Treasurer L. G. HIGHTOWER....................................Morshal DOYCE THOA4PSON...................................Chaplain CLEGG COBB HIGHTOWES THOMPSON ARNOLD 8ALTZEGAR BIELECKI 8LACK BRIGGS LANDRETH MORGAN PETRAKOS ROBINSON SEAY TIDWELL PLEDGES KHADARI SMITH SPANN noT Gamma Beta Chapter The members of Gamma Beta of Theta Chi returned to school with renewed zest, looking forward to another year of wholesome social activity. The first activity of the season was the house project. All members pitched in and repaired the house, giving it a general reconditioning inside and out. We added a new game room and decorated it for use within a short time. During the year the scholastic and religious aspects of college life were encouraged, and brotherhood improved among members. Gamma Beta was honored this year to participate, along with the other fraternities, in "Greek Week". Everyone felt that it improved relations on the campus, and helped to fulfill our motto, "The Helping Hand". For our project we collected clothing for those who were in need. However, the year was not all work. The brothers, pledges, and rush girls enjoyed good, wholesome fun at the chapter's functions. As we entered into second semester the wheels began to turn. Theta Chi worked hard and produced an outstanding Rush Week agenda which was enjoyed by all. The annual Spring Celebration was a success, thanks to the excellent leadership of our president, Charles Clegg. in THETA CHI’S "DREAM GIRL ’—PAT MEALING.• • Miss Mary Sue Darr Sponsored by Furman Singers Selected by MARGE AND GOWER CHAMPION 112155 BU Br ara Inn 'rannon Sponsored by SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON Sponsored by KAPPA ALPHA 155 ary A ominicl’155 Va am vann uf JitaLes Spomored by SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON Spcriiorcd by BAPTIST STUDENT UNION 155 ! olerta JJc am5155 s4cla iLl arcj aret feeted Sponsored by WOMEN'S JUNIOR CLASS f caau Outen 156 Sponsored by WOMEN'S SOPHOMORE CLASSIildred oLeoparo MAY QUEEN, 1954 'oore MAID OF HONOR lltfLADIES IN WAITING ay at Furman An adaptation of the May Day Celebration of the Greenville Female Academy in 1837 was presented in 1954 in keeping with tradition. Fine Arts Auditorium served as the background for the colorful festivity. MINUET AN EXPRESSIVE DANCE OF THE SEASONSRUTH SHOCKLY DEE DAVIDSON ATTENDANTS FRANKIE WAY CAROL CARTER LYNN CATERSARA LOU LEVER SARA GALLOWAY BOBBIE JEAN LISTER Lovely attendants including Martha Moore, the Maid of Honor, preceded the Queen Mildred Leopard. The Queen was crowned by the Pages, Mary Helen Barry and McDonald Held, Jr. A program, which portrayed the seasons in dances and Old English airs, was presented in honor of the Queen and her Court. JEANNETTE CARROWAY MARGARET ANN SNUGGS RENEE DuRANT BEEN ADDEDAT FURMAN... Each week has a Monday; each Monday has classes and each Monday begins by getting up if one has the will power. The guys don their khakis, polish their brass, salute and are transformed into cadets. Suzy stops dreaming of the wonderful weekend and prepares for work. The President's Reception proves that the University is really co-ed. Peals of laughter and song are heard as Santa presents gifts at the Servants' Party. Council and House Board claim the attention of many. Fraternity brothers get together. Church bulletins, advertisements, occasional letters and packages dust mail boxes. Monday IF you DON'T . . . THREE DEMERITS DRINK. DRINK, DRINK!!! 12}THE PURPOSE OF THE LESSON TODAY IS . . . TOUCHE Tuesday SHARE AND SHARE ALIKE! BUT I'M A MARRIED MAN!SERIOUS BUSINESS Wednesday "Don't forget council ", i$ the usual greeting. By this time of week business at the library is booming. There is always time to exchange news and to laugh at jokes. The bookstore gets the money that could be turned into a soda. ONE Wednesday there was snow. Early in the year loyalty to student government is pledged. Junior-Senior Committees are appointed and announcements are made at class meetings. Nothing is more pleasant than a Wednesday afternoon lab, unless it is a Wednesday make-up lab. Badges of courage are awarded to those who brave the bouncing buses. Wednesday nights find many at prayer meetings. FAULTS, FOSSILS. AND FISHER TOMMY TACKLES TERM PAPER MAN ON THE LAWN!!! i?STHAT WAS A GOOD ONE! "LOVE THOSE SOPHOMORES" "DOUBLE BUBBLE, TOIL AND TROUBLE ..." Thursday Three napkins, chicken, and drippins ice cream come with Thursday and the student body picnics. Clubs have business sessions and parties. Professors explain those inevitable tests. Chants of B-e-a-t . . . Beat Newberry fill the air; the team restlessly waits to introduce themselves. Chemistry Labs are found by following the nose. Judges compare notes on poise and charm as the beauties glide across the stage to the rhythm of the Pep Band. BRING ON THE GIRLS BEAUTIES AND THE BEAST 127MINCE-MEAT AND MERRY LADIES Excitement runs high os the week draws to a dose. Football takes the spotlight in the fall. Fools and the Lord of Misrule furnish delight to the Zooites at the traditional Hanging of the Green. Home, Clemson, and Conventions call for long weekends. Visitors begin arriving. "Come on Floyd", 38-39, "Make that goal", "Down in front!” add up to a thrilling ball game unless you’re at The Citadel. "TEAM! TEAM! TEAM!" "HAIL THE WHITE AND PURPLE” TENSE MOMENT"I WAS GLAD WHEN THEY SAID UNTO ME ... " Sunday The long-awaited weekend arrives. The unlucky ones go to 12:00 o’clock class as others answer the urge to visit "far away’’ places. Suitcases, winding roads, Caesars Head, tours of the campus, frequent meetings in the chapel make up orientation for the freshmen. Dark circles tell of late hours spent on homecoming floats. "Wanted at the desk" resounds the hall at the "Zoo". Sunday morning finds Furman students in groups hurrying to church—some to preach; some to sing; others to be a part of a congregation. "ONE SUNDAY MORNING . . . 131 CATERING TO FRESHMENClass Senior Class CATHY HUNTER, President; CAROLINE HART SELL, Treasurer; JOYCE FLYNN, Secretary; NELL HARDING, Vice-President. DOUG MARTIN, Secretary; JAMES MONROE, Vice-President; JOHN CANN, President; HAROLD ROSS, Treasurer. Junior Class EUNICE JORDAN, Secretary; MARGARET RIDDLE, President; JEAN LANFORD, Treasurer; JEAN THOMPSON. Vice-President. MARVIN HUGHES, Secretary; DARRELL FLOYD. Vice-President; MARVIN CANN, Treasurer; CHARLES RUTH, President.I Officers Sophomore Class BETTY ANN GREEN, Secretary; RUTH HERMAN, Treasurer; SARA LOU LEVER, Vice-President; ANN BALDWIN, President. PAUL CRAVEN, President; AUBREY DANIELS, Vice-President; JIMMY CULBERTSON, Treasurer; CLYDE NUNN, Secretary. Freshman Class SUSAN CLARY, Treasurer; CAROLYN LITTLEJOHN, Secretary; JACKIE FREEMAN. Vice-President; BARBARA COLEMAN, President. BILLY FALLAW, Treasurer; JERRY PRIVETTE, Secretary; WILFRED PLATT, President; ROGER POORE, Vice-President.AHO ARNOLD ADAMS. J. F. ANDREWS ADAMS. J. ARCILESI ALLEN ASH Senior JAMES FRANKLIN ADAMS, Kershaw 8.A. Sociology . . . BSU . . . Ministerial Av»oci«t»on . . . Sociology Club . . . future preacher . . . will enter the icminary . . . lived at 4 Nona Street senior year. JEAN ADAMS, Greenville 8.A. Business Administration . . . attractive . . . friendly . . . day student . . . SAE rush giH . . , slow drawl ... to do office work. RUSSELL E. R. AHO, Georgetown B.A. History . . . transfer from North Greenville . . . vice-president sophomore class at North Greenville . . . plans to teach , . . graduated in January. HAROLD N. ALLEN, Pelzer 8.A. Economics and Business Administration . . . lived in Geer . . . seldom seen . . . believed in studying . . . will go ploces in the business world. CARROLL W. ANDREWS, Greenville B.A. Religion . . Ministerial Union . . . BSU . . . transfer from North Greenville . . . minored in English. RICHARD W. ARCILESI, St. Louis, Mo. B.A. Economics and Business Administration . . . Kappa Alpha . . . Student Legislature . . . band all four yeors . . . PEP band . . . IRC . . . BONHOMIE 54 . . . played ntramgral football, basketball, volleyball . . . KA treasurer . . . bus driver . . . popular with the girls. JOHN P. ARNOLD, Greenwood 8.A. Psychology . . . Theta Chi . . . commiss oned army officer . . . Pete" . . . always seen with Theta Oils. NORMA JEAN ASH, Greenville 8.A. History . . . companionable . . . cute . . . delightful laugh . . . a workmg girl . . . history scholar . . . liked Dr. Gilpatrid. 136CHARLES BURNS ASHMORE, Greenville B.A. Economic . . . day student . . . wit) be one of Unefe Sam's boy . . . student of Economic . . . uwally quiet . . . S-4 in ROTC. THOMAS DAVID AUSTIN, Greenville 8.A. Hi»tory . . . minored in English and Psychology . . . transfer from Mar Hill . . . student teacher . . . day student . . . married Edna, THELMA BALLEW, Greenville BA. Elementary Education ... an enjoyable personality . . . cheerlu'. considerate . . , fun-lov ng . . . plan to teach. BARBARA BALTZEGAR, Charleston B.S. Chemistry . . . Bobbie . . . pretty blonde . . . well lno»n, well tiled ... led cheers for three years, president tophomore das . Student Council. Sod a I Standard 8oatd, American Chemical Society. VOLNEY THEODORE BARNETTE. JR., Greenville 8.S. Chemistry . . . Tau Kappa Epu'on . . . minored in Math . . . one of Dr. Wood's boy . . . BSU . . . chemistry lab assistant . . . d-d research wort for Dr. Wood . . . will graduate in August . . . plan to go to medical school. CHARLES HOLMES BAUMGARDNER. Asheville, N. C. B.A. Mathematic . . . Furman S-ngcr . . . Hoagy" . . . Ministerial Union . . . Mui'C Club . . . Phi Mu Alpha . . . student teacher . . . BONHOMIE . . . transferred from Mars Hill . . . whiz at Math . . . appeared in operettas . . . minored in muiic. HORACE CARLISLE BEARDEN, Pelzer B.A. Musk . always seen at the Zoo practicing music . . . majored in Theoretical Muvc . . . very lilable . . . day student . . . many recital . THOMAS EDWARD BELCHER, JR., Ninety Six BA. Political Science Kappa Alpha forever . . . Student Leg s lature all four years . . . Furman Singers . . . Scabbard and 8lade . . . Burp" . . . I.vcd in KA house senior year . . . pinned to Ann ... a friend to everyone. 137BRADLEV BUNTON BLAIR BRlSSEy BELL BRANT BENSON BRANTLEy Senior KAY WILDA BELL, Asheville, N. C. B.A. Music Education . . . contented . . . reliable ... a talented musician . . . transferred from Mars Hill . . . Furman Singers. Music Club . . . plans to teach and do church music. SAMMY HOLMAN BRANT, Ulmers B.A. Sociology . Student-Faculty Cooperative Committee . . . cheerleader . . . Ministerial Union . . . BSU . . . Student Volunteers . . . Furman Singers . . . Sociology Club . . . student postmaster . . . worked in the canteen . . . ROTC Band . . . entertaining comic. WILLIAM S. BENSON, Greer B.A. Economics ROTC . day student . had trouble w.th car at camp . . . tales everything easy . . . good dry humor . . . interested m Political Science. PATRICIA ANN BLAIR, Anderson B A. Sociology ... Patsy ... transferred from Anderson College . , . cute smile and happy personality . . . KDE. A Capclla Choir, Sociology Club. BSU Greater Council ... to be a teacher or social worker. THOMAS JACKSON BRANTLEY, Gloverville B.A. Business Administration . . . Blue Key . . . Who's Who . . . BONHOMIE editor . . . Jack . . . Freshman Advisory Board . . . treasurer sophomore class . . . vice-president junior class . . . minored .n Polit ca! Science . . . Furman Singe's. president, co-business manager . . . Theater Gu-ld . . . comic lead in "Naughty Marietta" ond "Three Musketeers". BOBBY BRISSEY, Greenville B.A. Religion . . . checked chapel seats . . . woiked m the Dean's office . . . lived off campus h s senior yeor . . . minored in English . . . a North Greenville transfer . . . future minister. WILLIAM D. BRADLEY, Woodruff B.S. Chemistry . intramural tennis and football . . . lab assistant lor chemistry department . . . m.nored in Math . . . kept the fourth floor of Geer in an uproar his freshman year. KIRBY L. BUNTON, Smooks B.A. English . . Student Volunteers . . . double minor in Religion and Speech . , . BSU . . . always ready to lend a helping hand . . . composed. 138 MARY JANE BURGESS, Hi3h Shoals, N. C. B.S. Home Economic , (hiding hoir and eye . . . bubb'og . . . wordless—when asleep! . . . secretary Home Economic Club...plan socials foe YWA . . . Furman Singer BSU. Student Volunteer . Theater Guild. JOSEPH WILLIAM BURNETT, Greer B.A. Political Science . . t'antfer (rom University ol Maryland . . . Air Force veteran . . . favorite profeuor were Vandiver and looper . . . a tall guy with a drawl. DEAN C. CAMPBELL, Landrum B.A. Speech and Engli h . . . Tau Kappa Epi'lon . Alpha Ps Omega . . . Cloister . . . new editor Hornet . . . 80NH0MIE . . . Theater Guild veep . . . Prett Club pre«y . . . McMillan Oratory Medal "54 . . . appeared with Guild and Little Theater . . . nine production in two year . .. acting future after hitch a Naval officer. SARAH MARLENE CAMPBELL. Campobello B.A. Hi tory . . . dependable, induitriou . . Who Who. Senior Order. KDE junior clo » trcaiuier, YWA Council. Student Volunteer . BSU . . . valuable friend . . . get things done . . . buiine manager. d.to- 80NH0MIE. WALTER ALFRED CAMPBELL. Charlotte, N. C. B.A. History . . . Phitoiophy Club . . Student Volunteer . . . Negro Missions chairman . . . Ministerial Union . . . trantfer Irom Mar Hill . . . intramural football and basketball in junior college . . . future minister. JOHN M. CANN, Greenwood B.A. English . . . Blue Key . . . Who Who . . . Pershing Rifle . . . president senior das . . . preiident BSU . . . State BSU Council . . . officer M ni»ter,al Union . . . Student Volunteer . . . Furman Singer . . . assistant chaplain ROTC . . . Jean . . . pastor of a small mountain church. JACQUELYN CANNON, Laurens B.A. Elementary Education . . . Jackie'1 ... a little gal “ho giggle . . . Dean’ List, homecoming »pontor . . . entertaining . . . plan to teach and marry Johnny. RUFUS ROY CANTRELL, Chesnee B.A. Sociology . . trans'er (rom North Greenville Junior College . . . minored n Psychology . . . I.vcd m North Hall . . . like Mi Ebaogh . . . cen at the Zoo. 139CAPEHART CLEGG CAPELL COBB CARROLL COMPTON CATER CROOK Senior FRANK HOWARD CAPEHART III, Pt. Pleasant, W. Va. B.A. English . . . Hegemon ©I Tau Kappa Epsilon . . . Scabbard and Blade . . . Alpha Ps Omega . . . Theater Guild . . . Pistol Club . . . Ministerial Union . . . captain Rifle Team . . . transfer from R.o Grand College . . . football, basketball, baseball . . . battalion staff. MARGIE JANE CAPELL, Easley B.S. Home Economics . . . engaged to Jack . Singers Home Economics Club president, treasurer State College Department of HEA . . . seen with Cathy or Ruth . . . w.osome . . . will teach or proctice her major otherwise. GLORIA JANE CARROLL, Greenville B.A. English . . . considerate . . . liked Mrs. G'lpatrick . . . good-natured. fun-loving . . . wavy blonde hair . . . often seen with Myrtis . . . worked at Sears . . . plans to teach. SARAH LYNN CATER, Easley B.A. History . president Student Body . . . Senior Order, Who's Who, BONHOMIE beauty . soil-spoken . . . Bob Thomas' devoted fan . . . Homecoming Queen. May Queen . . . poised, good-looking. CHARLES C. CLEGG, Dalton, Ga. B.A. Physical Education . . Theta Chi, president senior year . . . football junior year . . . vice-president of the Intramural Council senior year ... a nice person . . . Senior Superlative. CHARLES KENNETH COBB, Greenville 8.A. Economics and Business Administration . . . Theta Chi treasurer senior year . . . intramural sports oil four years. NICK COMPTON, Greenwood B.A. Economics ... Pi Kappa Phi . . . military man . . . Scabbard and Blade . . . minored m Phys;cal Education . . . played top-rate baseball for three ycors . intramural w.th Pi Kappo Phi . . . treasurer junior doss . . . freshman football . . . married Ruth his junior year. EVERETTE D. CROOK. St. Georgc B.A. Religion , . . enjoys a good orgument . . . transfer from North Greenville . , . Graham Field was home while ot Furman . . . married . . . seminary in the future. 140 JOSEPH EARL CROOK, St. GeorSe B.A. Religion . . . pastor of a church . . . transfer from North Greenville . . . enjoy a good jolc . . . leminoty in the fall . . . lived with family on Graham Field. ORIS ELZER CROUT, Greenville B.A. Economic . . . Pi Kappa Phi . . . varsity track sophomore and junior yeort . . . married . . . day itudcnt . . . "Kitty" . . . friendly . . . will enter the Army after graduation. HERBERT LEARD CURRY, Greenville B.S. Chemiitry ... Chi Beta Ph, . . . trad freihman year in 1947 . .. American Chemical Society . . . day itudent ... not seen on campus e«cept during dosses. JANE CURRY, Fountain Inn B.A. History . . . horse shows and blue ribbons ... the youngest cand.date for a 8-A. . . . January grad . . . dreams ol a future in the State Department. DEMETRIA MAY DAVIDSON, Swannanoa, N. C. B.A. Elementary Education . Dee . transferred from Mars Hill . . . will teach if necessary . . . o blonde beauty . . . Marshol. Social Standards. WAA Council. May Court 'S4. Maid of Honor S5. A Capella Choir . . . winning personality ... to marry 8ill in June. ROBERT LEE DEATON, Pa9eland 8.A. English . . Blue Key . . . Pershing Rifles . . . Scabbard and Blade . . . Furman Singers . . . BSU Council . . . Ministerial Union . . . Student Volunteers . . . vice-president Student Body senior year . . . Who's Who . . . Student Council lost two year . . . Bob . . . chaplain of cadet corps . . . intramurals. MARY GEORGIE deSAUSSURE, Charleston 8,A. History . . . president House Board . . . Social Standards Board . . . Marshal . . . artist-c . . . striking appearance . . . finished in January . . . married Martin in Fcbruory. JOE WILSON DeVORE, Greenwood B.A. Business Administration . . Tau Kappa Eps lcn . . Freshman Adv sory 8oard . . . vice-president Wesley Foundation . . . Furman band all four ycart . . . assistant editor BONHOMIE '54 . . . tecrc tary junior class. 141DIXON DODSON DRAKE DUARTE DURHAM EDENS ESKEW.G. ESKEW. T. Senior MARY VOLINA DIXON, Greenville B.S. Elementary Education . . . transferred from Mars Hill . . . wavy darl hair . . . smiles often . . . BSU Eiccutivc Council . . , yWA . . . warm, generous ... to teach. SARA JANE DODSON, Piedmont 8.A. Elementary Education . . . big-hearted . . . sparkling personality . . . beautiful red hair ... A Capello Cher . . . engaged ... to teach. THOMAS MITCHELL DRAKE, Greenville B.A. Economics and Business Administration . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . doy student . . . not on the campus very much . . . talented singer. HUGO A. DUARTE, Tigcrville B.A. History ... a brilliant student, especially Kt Politico! Science . . . ready smile . . nice looting . . . friendly . . . worked in afternoons . . . tool much teasing about Latin American affairs . . . married. MARLOWE TILMAN DURHAM, Six Mile 8.A. Sociology . . . pastor of a church ... a married day student . . . mmored in religion . . . will go to the seminary in the fall. MARY DEAN EDENS. Six Mile B.S. Home Economics . viee-pres dent KDE ond Home Economics Club . . . editor Home Economics Newsletter . . . YWA Council . . . dainty . . . fine features ... to teach or do demonstration wort. GEORGE MAXWELL ESKEW II, Greenville B.A. Economics . . . Sigma Alpha EpS'loo. secretary junior and sophomore years, vice-president senior year . . . popular day student . . . 98 Olds" . . . January graduate. THOMAS J. ESKEW, JR., Greenville B.S. Physics . . . Chi Bcto Phi . . . spent much of h.s time in the Science Building . . . is bound to succeed in whatever he chooses to do . . . day student. 142ABRAHAM R. FERRIS, Drayton B.A. Religion . , . ordained minuter . . . minored in Psychology . . . seen around the campus with Jack . . . went to summer school. G. B. FREEMAN, Easley B.A. History . . . capable history student . . . friendly . . . doing a good job as pastor . . . wore many beautiful ties . . . married . . . day student. JOYCE DEAN FLYNN, Spartanburg B.A. English . outstanding in oppearance. scholarship, activities . . . Senior Order, May Day. Who's Who. Head Marshal . . . served well in many student government activities . . . conscientious . . . finished in January. SARA CORRINE GALLOWAY, Trenton B.A. Physical Education . . . transferred from Mors Hill . . . contagious laugh . . . sparkling personality . . . WWA preiy. kept BSU minutes. Student Council. Social Standards Board. Moy Court ... to do yWCA work. j GARY T. FORRESTER, Taylors 8.A. Speech . . . Alpha Ps- Omego . . . Theater Gold . . 8SU . , Student Volunteers . . . Ministerial Union . . . debating team . . . seen in several Guild productions . . . "the old man" . . . distinctive laugh. ELEANOR REBA GATHINGS, Bessmer City, N. C. B.A. Church Music . . . transferred from Mars Hill ond Hardin Simmons ... a talented organist . . . YWA Council. Furman Singers. BSU Greater Council . . . e«presslve eyes . . . sincere, earnest . . . seminary nest year. HUGH H. FORSYTH, Donora, Pa. 8.A. Sociology . . . Sociology Club, president senior year ... the married student representative on BSU Council I952-S3 . . . minored •n Psychology . . . one of Miss Ebaugh's fans. NANCY ROSS GOLDSMITH, Greenville B.A. History . . . president Westm nster Fellowship . . . IRC lived in the dorm . . . 2.471 . . . generous, sincere, ciactmg "Bridge, onyone?” ... to teach and marry Robert in June. 143GRAGG. A. GRAGG. C. GRAHAM GREGORY GUEST HALL HAMES HARDING Senior ALAN W. GRAGG, Brunswick, Ga. B.A. History . . transfer from Mart Hill . . . Blue Key . . . creep tonal abilities . . . varsity tenn.s . . . varsity debates . . . brilliant . . . distinctive sense ol humor ... to be a minister . . . Southern seminary in '5$. CAROLyN ELIZABETH GRAGG, Brunswick, Ga. B.A. English . . . transferred from Mars Hill . . . easy Georgia drawl . . . posed . . . Dean s L it. A Capella Choir. BSU Greater Council Student Volunteers . . . loves that beach Me . . . neatness personified senior class editor BONHOMIE. BOBBY D. GRAHAM. Charleston B.A. English . . transfer from Mart HU., morned . . rrinored .n History . . . day student. JACK HOLT GREGORy, JR., Ware Shoals B.A. Sociology . . transfer from North Grecnv.lle . pres dent freshmen class at North Greenville . . footboll and baseball freshman and sophomore years. ANNA BERRy GUEST, Greenville B.A. Elementary Education . . transfer Irom Winthrop . . . KDE. Furman Singers. Marshal. BONHOMIE Staff. WAA. Student Volunteers . . . pmc lace . . . considerate . . . likes to swim . . . "everything will be okay" . . . will teach the little folks. WILLIAM ROGER HALL, Greenville B.A. Mathematics . married . . . works between and after classes . . . neat dresser . . . pledged Tau Kappa Epsilon hit sophomore year . . . mmored in Business Administration. JACK EUGENE HAMES, Spartanbur3 B.A. Philosophy . . . treasurer student body junior year . . . Min istcrial Union . . . Philosophy Club . . . married tenior year . . . lived at home senior year . . . former Teke. NELL EVANS HARDING, Greenville B.A. English . . pmned to Dick ... an outstanding day student . . . treasurer sophomore class, pres dent Wesley Foundation, vice-president Day Students' Association. Student Council, chairman Senior Order, vice-prci dent tenior class, Student-Faculty Committee . . . seen laughing. 144CAROLINE HARTSELL, Travelers Rest B.A. Music . . . tronsler from Mart Hill . . . proxy of North . . . tcnior doti treasurer . . . Furman Singers . . . BSU Executive Council . . . genial smile . . . interested in teaching and Bobby . . . donees in operettas. CLINTON DANIEL HENDERSON, Chesnec B.A. History . . . Ministerial Union . . . BSU Student Volunteer . . lept stage lights burning . . . Theater Guild . . . drove the bus . . . maintained quiet in Montague. BILLY MILAN HENDRIX, Chickamauga, Ga. B.A. Psychology . Koppa Alpha . Scabbard and 8!ade . . Mimttenal Un.on . . . BSU . . . intromurol football, basketball, and softball . . . freshman basketball . . . Intramural Council . . . cheerleader . . . treasurer sophomore doss . . . ROIC chaplain junior year . . . Furman Singers. LOUIE GENE HENSON, Marietta B.A. Religion . . . transfer from North Greenville . . . married . . . rmnoted in English . . . postor . . . married . . . day student . . . January graduate. SARA RUTH HIGGINS, Hodges B.A. English . . . amiable smile . . . ”S. R." . . . mischievous manner . . . yWCA Cabinet. Theater Guild. Alpha Psi Omega . . . likes the Gilpatricks . . helpful . . . dependable . . . plans to teach. LOYAL G. HIGHTOWER, Bamberg B.A. Business Administration . . . Theta Chi . . . popularly known as "L. G." or "Lug . . . junior class president . . . Scabbard and Blade . . indispensable on the gridiron . . . football all four years . . . ROTC officer. JULIUS M. HOKHOLD, Greenville B.A. History . . . doy student . . . enjoyed practice teaching . . . quiet . . . unusual brogue . . . worked in library during summer school. ROBERT BROWNING HOLLAND. Fountain Inn B.A. Economies and Business Administration . . . Sociology Club . . . graduated in January . . . transfer from Clemson . . . day student . . . drives a green Chevie. 145HUDSON HUNT HOTTEIL HUGHES HUFF HUMPHRIES HOWARD HUGHEy Senior DAVID T. HOTTEl, Glendale B.A. Economks end Business Administration . . . Kappa Alpha . . . day student . . . left the campus as toon at dettes were over . . . worked while in school. ROBERT D. HUGHES, Spartanbur9 B.A. Sociology . . . attended Spartanburg Junior College Phi Theta Kappa. BSU Counol . . . alto attended Mitvttippi College . . . Minittcrlal Attoeiation. DAN I. HOWARD, Dale B.A. Political Science . . . Tau Kappa Eptilon . . . cam. to South Carolina from Iowa . . . played junior college batkctball . . . transfer student . . . minored in H'ntory . . . outstanding in Teke intramuralt . . . quiet, but full of fun. BILLY E. HUFF, Greenville B.A. English . . . future minister . . . minored in Religion . . . attended summer school before senior year . . . likable guy. JOHN HAROLD HUDSON, JR., Greenville B.A. Economies . . . BONHOMIE and Hornet staff photographer senior year . . . Kappa Alpha, secretary two years, chairman of pub! city committee . . . minored in Political Science . . . married ond lives in the castle . . . makes commercial pictures. KENNETH W. HUGHEY, Greenwood B.A. English . . . BSU . . . Furman S "«ers . . . transfer from North Greenville . . . enthusiastic member of the Interpretative Reading class . . . worked during senior year . . . future minister. SYBIL ANN HUMPHRIES, Gaffney 8.A. Public School Musk . . . secretary KDE . . . plays anything Irom cello to bassoon . . . secretary and publicity director of band . . . happiest ot football games, saddest during parallel reports . . . to teach band. JULIAN HUNT, Greenville B.A. Business Administration . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . football manager second and thud years . . . ROTC . . . married . . . Jean . . . track manager . . . day student. 14bJESSIE CATHERINE HUNTER, Ridgeland 8.A. Business Administration . . . ’ Cathy' . . . the ideal college m.ss . . . president jenior class, Student Council. Social Standard . KDE May Court. KA's Sweetheart. L. G.'s homecoming sponsor, BONHOMIE contests . . . heard calling "Margie". BETTY JO ISBILL, Asheville, N. C. B.A. Business Education . . . chairman Election Board ... a whir .n shorthand . . . subtle humor . . . easy going . . . slccpyeyed look . . . attractive . . . never missed a Clemson party. BOB A. IVEY, Woodruff B.A. Religion . . Ministerial Union . . . Philosophy Club . . . Furman Band first three years . . . pastor of Unity and Cedar Grove Baptist churches . . . plans to enter the seminary nc»t fall. WILLIAM ELIAS JETER, Greenville B.A. Voice . . . most unusual laugh . . . stalwart Furman Singer all four years . . . minored in German . . . married . . . Irved in Plara Apartments. MARGARET MIMS JOHNSTON, Greenville B.A. English . . . transfer from Mars H II ... a journolist . . . co-editor of the Hornet . . . vice-president Press Club . . . capable, busy, stud-ous ... a future In religious journalism on the Commission. SARA FRANCES JONES, Greenville B.A. Elementary Education . . . Casey" . . . transferred from Mars Hill ... a tiny girl with a great big heart . . . engoged to Ed. will teach, too . . . warm, sympathetic, always hos time for everyone's troubles. JAMES D. JORDAN, Charleston B.A. History . . . Blue Key . . . Quaternion . . . president Regional Blue Key . . . Who's Who . . . pres dent sophomore class . . . president student body . . . Student Legislature . . . Student-Faculty Cooperative Committee, chairman . . . Freshman Advisory Board . . . Philosophy Club . . . Hand ond Torch . . . BSU Council . . . Ministerial Union. RALPH E. KELLEY, Greenville B.S. Physics . . . B.A. in Music n 1951 . . . won freshman achievement award in Chemistry . . . Chi Beta Phi . . . will attend graduate school . . . drove 'S4 Chcvic. 147KISSEL8URG LEONARO landreth LINOLER LAWSON LITTLEJOHN Senior HILDA KING, Kings Mountain, N. C. 8.A. Church Mutic . . . "Snil" . , . happy personality . . . Putman's l ttlc helper ... A Capella Choir president. yWA Council, Greater 8SU Counol ... a wonderful fr end . . . vocational plans—religious cducot.on. JAMES A. KISSELBURG, Candler, N. C. 8.A. Religion . . . minored in History . . . day student . . . not seen on the campus except during classes . . . nice lellow . . . transfer from Mars Hill. WILLIAM MONTGOMERY LANDRETH, Greenville B.A. Psychology . . . Theta Chi . . . Penh ng Rifles . . . Scabbard and Blade . . . commander of Drill Platoon . . . Theater Guild . . . Aloha Psi Omega . . . day student. KENNETH RUDOLPH LAWSON, Greenwood 8.A. Religion . known as Petr . . 8SU four years . . . council sophomore year . . . Student Volunteers . . . very friendly ... to be a minister . . . ROTC 8and . . . minored in Speech. ELIZA8ETH EARLE LEE, Walterboro B.A. Psychology and Sociology . . Betty . . transfer from Queens . . . original wit . . As . . . Veep of Sociology Club . . . Student Volunteers . . . BSU Greater Council . . . plans to do psychiatric social work. THOMAS J. LEONARD, Greer B.A. Religion minister . day student . , . marr.ed . . . m-nored in psychology . . . will attend the seminary. BERTIE DEMETRIUS LINDLER, Startex B.A. Music Education . . Mccchie . . enthusiastic Furman Singer, loved tours and operetta . . . Music Club . . . soprano . . . genial . . . taught us to knit . . . finished in January, to teach in Charleston. ADRIAN MOWERS LITTLEJOHN, Shelby, N. C. B.A. History . . Furman Singers . . . IRC . . . Student Volunteers . . . Sociology Club . . minored in Spanish and Voice . . . loved those operettas . . . transfer from Gardner-Webb Junior College Sigma Pi Alpha . . . liked by everyone . . . willing to help when help is needed . . . Phi Mu Alpha. MBJAMES SMITH LOCKHART, Gaffney B.A. Psychology . assistant editor BONHOMIE . . . Joel's right-hand man—put many hours on BONHOMIE . . . dependable Smith . . . loves P'«a . . . m.nored in English . . . friendly . . . well-hied . • . Furman Band 2. 3 . . . ROTC Band I. 2. JOHN B. McCASKILL, Lancaster 8.A. History . . . transferred from Wingate Junior College . . . married day student . . . seen on campus only during classes . . . future minister . . . will attend seminaty. MARY FRANCES LOTT, Williston B.A. Sociology . secretory Sociology Club . doily letters to and from Annapolis . . . planning for a June wedding . . . blessed with big brown eyes and dart hair, neat and noticeable. EUGENE McELHANNON, Greenville B.A. History . . . day student . . . Iiled by .-veryon.- . . practice teochcr ot Parker . . . plons to be o minister . . . not on the campus very much e«ccpt during classes. FRANCES MARGUERITE McCALL, Pelzer B.A. Secondary Education . . . transfer bom Anderson Junior College . . . Doy Students' Association . . Intelligent, sincere, and unassuming . . . Oeon's List . . . will teach business . . . finished in January. MARY JANE McELRATH, Roebuck B.A. Art . transfer from Winihtop . . pretty clothes . . posters! . . . Townes pre«y ... A Copelia Choir . . . yWA Council . . . Quick trips home . . . spent many afternoons in art lab ... to teach art. JAMES B. McCALL, Greenville B.A. Business Administration and Economics transferred from North Grecnv.lle . . . minored in math ... a married day student . . . plans to be a business man. DARTHA PEARL McJUNKIN. Greenville B.A. History and English . . . showed much nterest in world affair-. . . . IRC secretary . . . debating team . . . capable, competent, confident . . . likes Or. Gilly and Mr. Harrlll. U9Senior JUDy M. McKINLEY, Pendleton B.A. Religion . . . minor History . . . future minister . . . not on the campus eicept during classes . . . day student. DELANO T. McMINN, Toccoa, Ga. B.A. English . . . Min stetiol Jail Chairman 1954-55 . . . attended Mars Hill . . . summer 8SU president . . . minored in Religion . . . married after junior year . . . very likable person. BARBARA MACKEY, Ware Shoals 8.A. English . . . day student ... a working gal . . . conscientious student . . . minored in Religion . . . BSU ... to be a high school teacher. LI-LING MAO, Hong Kong, China B.A. Business Administration ... on attractive foreign student . . . likes the United States-—and parties . . . minored in home economics ond secretarial science . . . distinctive dothes . . . finished In three years. FRANK DOUGLAS MARTIN, Winston-Salem, N. C. B.A. Economies and English . . . BONHOMIE staff junior and senior years . . . secretary senior class . . . Wesley Foundation . . . ''Doug-' . . . roomed w.th Dovid . . . worked in the library? DAVID LEE MAULDIN. Easley B.A. Economics and Business Administration . . . Kappa Alpha forever . . . BONHOMIE staff . . . corresponding secretary for KA . . . a nice person and a wonderful friend . . . drove a new '55 Chevic . . . a sports enthuliost . . . always willing to help anyone. 150 RAYMOND L. MANNING, Ridgeville B.A. Psychology . . . married student . . . minored in Sociology . . . I ked Dr. Leeds' classes . . . day student . . . earnest worker. DELOS MILES, Coward B.A. Religion ... a vete'an day student . . . married . . . many hearty laughs . . . graduated in January . . . will enter the seminary. ELEANOR LIGON MIMMS, Greenville B.A. Elementary Education . . . friendly unite and subtle wit . . . Mo" . . . came from Columbia College her junior year . . . those much-envied naturol curls! . . . will teach. NANCy RAYE MINER, Rion B,A. Home Economies . . . beguiling cy.-s . . . bubbling laugh . . . Student-Faculty Committee . . . Home Economics Club . . . French Club . . . Band ... a sincere personality . . . graduated in three yeors . . . plans to be o dietitian. DONNIS GERALDINE MITCHELL, Saluda B.A. Elementary Education . . . d-amond ;-om Raymond . . . January graduation . . . KDE. yWA. yWCA . . . effective, efficient librarian . . , plans to teach the little ones. WILLIAM A. MITCHELL, JR., Greenville B.S. Chemistry . . . 8!ue Key. alumn. secretary . . . Scabbard and Blade, secretary ... Chi Beta Phi , . . Student Council . . . Student-Faculty Cooperative Committee . . . BONHOMIE sports editor . . . varsity tennis all four years . . . intramurals . . . American Chemical Society . . . S-3 in ROTC . . . future dentist. JAMES R. MONROE, Honea Path B.S. Biology . . . lob inhabitant . . . Blue Key . . . Scabbard and Blade . . . senior class vice-president . . . Who's Who . . . Student Legislature . . . Alpha Epsilon Delta . . . Chi Beta Phi . . . room with a verando. JERRY C. MONROE, Gastonia, N. C. B.A. English and Philosophy . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . Blu.- K-:y vice-president . . . Quaternion . . . Who's Who . . . Hand and Torch . . . president Student Legislature senior year . . . president Philosophy Club . . . deputation chairman Student Volunteers . . . mlnored in Greek . . . liked fencing. PAUL A. MOORE, Simpsonville 8.A. Religion . . . transferred from North Greenv.'lc . . . ployed textile basketball . . . married . . . minister . . . minored in History . . . will enter the seminary. VERA LEE MULLIKIN, Greenville B.A. Business Administration . . . sunny sm'-lc . . . picas ng personality ... Dr. Flanders her favorite . . . Intends to do secretarial work. i ISINATIONS PARRISH MURPHY PARK OSBORNE PATTy OWENS PETRAKOS Senior CLYDE E. MURPHY, Belton B.A. Economic! . . . secretary Tag Kappa Epsilon . . . member of Bond freshman year . . . liked Or. Ellctt ... a friend to all . . . plani to teach. PHYLLIS ANN NATIONS, Concord, N. C. 8 . Elementary Education . . . Pish" . . . traniferred from Mon Hill . . . faithful in putting up mail for Zoo girl . . . BSU and yWA . . . a jinee'e penon . . . well liked. CHARLES ANDREW PARK, Greenville B.A. Buiinesi Administration . . . accounting lab assistant senior year . . . day student . . . liked by everyone . . . not on the campus very much. PATRICIA ANN PARRISH, Brevard, N. C. B.A. History . . . transferred from Breva'd Junior College . . . BSU . . . yWA . . . twinkling brown eyes . . . unruffled, calm . . . plans to teach. DEE ANN OSBORNE, Greenville B.A. Elementary Education . . . well dressed . . . mdustnous ... a constant friend ... a Clemson interest kept her busy . . . plans to teach and marry William in the summer. RICHARD ROLAND PATTY, Greenville B.S. Physics . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . Blue Key . . . Chi Beto Phi . . . Scabbard and Blade . . . Who's Who ... a Baptist in Wesley Foundation . . . "Methodist influence shown by Nell. VIOLET LOUISE OWENS, Tryon, N. C. B.A. Elementary Education . . . quiet, dutiful . . . concerned with studies . . . daims Miss Ebaugh as her favorite . . . Sociology Club . . . will teach. SPERO STEVE PETRAKOS. Greenville B.A. Business Administration . . Theta Chi . . . likes French . . . dnves a Chevy convertible . . . "Speedy" . . . very likable . . . day student. 152LAWRENCE A. PFAFF, Greenville, Pa. 8.A. English . . . teacher at Holmes B;ble College . . . minored in Religion . . liked lit. eourscs under Deon Oonicl . . . day student. ANN MARIE PHILLIPS. Greenville B.A. Spanish . . . one to count on when there's work to be done . . good-natured • • WCA Cab net . . . presdent Day Students' Association . . . "8ring-cm . . . will do secretarial work. HELEN REBECCA PHILLIPS, Joanna B.A. English ... a North Grcenvil'e transfer . . . studious, serene, sincere . . . BSU Executive Counol . . . pres;dent Student Volunteers . . . yWA Council . . . o future in teaching and religious work. ELIZABETH ANN PITTMAN, Columbus, N. C. B.A. Elementary Education . . . ndustrious . . . treasurer KDE . . . yWA . . . spent many weekends at home . . . counted the days until she married Robert in December . . . finished in January . . . will teach. CHARLES HAROLD PITTS, Valdosta, Ga. 8.A. History . . . attended Emory before entering the Navy . . . likes Babb's classes . . . lived off campus senior year . . . attended summer school. MIRIAM WILMA PUTNAM. Greenville 8.A. Psychology . . . Mickey' . . day student w th definite ideas . . . favorite professor ■$ Dr. Leeds ... a Southern 8ell girl . . . finished n January ... A Capelfa Choir . . . plans to do personnel work. f FRANCES JOAN QUICK, Greenville B.A. English . . . Jo" ... a working girl . . . scholarship pfos . . . engaged . . . beautiful hair . . . pleased with English professors . . . will enter the business world. BILLy L. REAMES, Johnston B.A. English . Who's Who . . Blue Key . . . Cloister . . . Furman Singers . . . president Ministerial Union . . . vice-president Student Council . . . minored in History.Senior LESTER CONRAD RICH, Taylors S.A. Religion . . . do ng a good job as « lull-lime pastor . . . friendly . . . willing worker . . , not teen around the camput very much . . . married. DOLORES RILES, Greenville B.A. History . . . Dee . . . Student Council. Theater Gu ld. Wcst-m.ntter Fellowship . . . Who's Who. vice-president sophomore class, pres dent junior class, vice-presdent student body . . . unpredictable . . . talented . . . o future in journalism and writing. VIRGINIA ANNE RIVERS, Colombia B.A. Home Economics . . . TWA . . . BSU . . treasurer Home Economics Club . . . real red hair . . , smart clothes . . . seen with o tall blond guy ... to teach. RUTH HANNA RIVERS, Colombia B.A. Home Economics . . gentle, gracious . . . expert cook and seamstress . . . marshal . . . Furman Singers . . . Home Economics Club . . . dark hair, dark eyes . . . chic. CHARLES A. ROBINSON, Greenwood B.A. Physical Education . . . Theta Chi . . . baseball all four years . . . tra-ner for football, team senior year . . . nurse's friend . . . minored in Biology . . . manager for Shrine Bowl game '54. DELORES GRACE ROBINSON, Greenville B.A. English . . . Dec' . . . transfer from North Grecnv.lle . . . worked on "Greenville Piedmont" . . . busy . . . day student . . . minored in Psychology . . . Miss Mullens her favorite ... to continue newspaper work. FRED E. ROBINSON, Greenville B.A. Economics and Business Administration . . . Kappa Alpho. president senior year . . . Pershing Rifles . . . Scabbard and Blade . . . Who's Who . . . president Intcrfratcmity Council '54-'5S . . . Best Drilled Cadet '53 . . . ROTC Company Commander '54-'5S . . . "Chicago Tribune" Medal for Outstanding Junior Cadet '54 . . . liked by everyone. THEODORE RAY ROBINSON, Rock Hill B.A. English . . . secretary Ministerial Union . . . Furman Singers . . . played Burghley in Mary of Scotland . . . teen often with Walter . . . transferred from Mars Hill . . . quiet mannered. 154HAROLD EUGENE ROSS, Blaney 8.S. Biology . . . Alpha Eos loo Delta, reporter . . . intramural football and tenn.» . , . treasurer senior claw , . . Rifle Team . , . Furman Band freshman year . . . Singers senior year . . . future doctor . . . very triable. EDWIN JOHN ROWAN III, Taylors BA, English . . . Sgmn Alpha Epsilon, president . . . Blue Key . . . Quaternion . . . Who's Who . . . president Student Council . . . Scabba'd and Blade pre y . . . Student Volunteers . . . Pershing Rifles . . . 8SU. ctcnsron vice-president , . . intramurals all lour years . . . cheerleader . . . Endel Oratory winner . . . distinguished military student . . . outstanding cadet award at ROTC Summer Camp . . . Freshman Advisory Board. CHARLES FREDERICK SCHRODER, Walhalla 8.A. History . . . m.noted in Muse Hand and Torch . Muse Club . . . taught p an© . . . one of Keeney's admirers , . . plans to teach. JAMES ByRNES SENN. Newberry 8.A. Music . . Phi Mu Alpha . Furman Band all lour yea's president, student conductor and librarian senior year . . . Pep Band . . . Musie Club . . . Military Band . , . practice teacher at Parler . , . w.ll male a great band leader . . . the life of any party . . . witty . . . minored in Education . . . trombone soloist. SHIRLEY SEXTON, Woodruff B.A, Physical Education adores parties and sports . . . always pleasant . . . vice-pres dent WAA. secretary P. E. Major Club BSU. Student Volunteers. Band. 80NH0MIE Contest . . . studies hard— at test time . . . plans to teach. JAMES BERNARD SHUMATE, North Wilkensboro, N. C. B.A. Economics and Business Administration . . P Kopoa Ph. . . . IRC . . . minored in Political Science . . . married. MALCOLM SLIFKIN, West Orange, N. J. 8.S. Biology . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon, chaplain for three years . . . Alpha Epsilon Delta . . . Chi Beta Phi . . . "Slil" , . . Furmon Band, clarinet soloist . . . lover of fine mus c . . . more fun that a barrel o! monleys . . . studious . . . Hies airplane trips . . . should male a great M.D. . . . Military Band. BARBARA IRENE SMITH, Laurens B.A. Sociology . . nformed . . . Senior Order. «tetary Prelude . . , chairman Social Standards Board . . . efficiency plus . . . a future social worker. ISSSPARKS STEADMAN STILL STOREy SUMMEY, V. SUMMEY. W. TAyLOR. H. TAyLOR.B. Senior BETTy CARYL SPARKS. Greenville 8.A. History . . . day student . . . on the go . . likes history professors . . . sparkling . . . seen with Jo . . . wants to travel. FREDERIC JOAN STEADMAN, Greenville 8.A. English . . . "Freddie ... A Capella Choir . . . Day Students Council ... all out for a good t-mc . . . engaged to Bulord . . . will teach. MEROLYN STILL, Barnwell B.A. Biology ... a North Greenville transfer . . . feminine, precise . . . BSU Executive Council . . . secretary Chi Beto Phi . . . secretary-treasurer Student Volunteers . . . Dan . , . plans to teach. CHARLES STOREY, Graham, N. C. B.A. Music . . . Furman Singers, but.ness manager, secretary-treaiurer . . . led in Naughty Marietta" and Three Musketeers" . . . transfer from Mars Hill . . . well liked by his classmates ... a nice guy . . . Phi Mu Alpha, president. VIRGINIA ANGIE SUMMEY. Pickens B.A. Business Administration . . . Jenny" . . . pleasant, cheerful . . . Band . . . BSU Counol . . . Student Volunteer . . . yWA yWCA . . . favors Mr. Kimbrough . . . engaged, wedding in June . . . will teach or do secretarial work. WILLIAM L. SUMMEY, Greenville B.A. History . . . day student . . . married . . . minored in Psychology . . . seldom seen except during classes . . . plans to teoch in high school. HENRY L. TAYLOR, JR., Easley B.A. Psychology . . . transfer from University of South Carolina . . . day student . . . ex-marine . . . liked Dr. Leeds' classes. BILLY F. TAYLOR, Piedmont B.A. Economies and Business Administration . . . day student . . . minored in Political Science . . . easy-going . . . one of the Graham Field gang. 156MARY REBECCA TAYLOR, Lancaster B.A. Elementary Education and History . . . Becky . . . Who Who. Hand and Torch, pro dent KOE. YWA Council. WAA Council. prc ident East Dorm . . . cand d . . . excelled scholastically . . . a future teacher. ROBERT WAYNE TAYLOR, Greenville B.S. Chemiitry . . . American Chemical Soe;ety . . . minored in Math . . . blond headed . . . well Irked . . . day ttudent . . . drive a "Chevie" . . . going to graduotc ehoot in Chemistry. HELEN THIELE, Greenville B.A. Biology cute and friendly . . . m nored n French . . . secretary Lutheran Student ' Association, also president . . . treasurer Day Student Association ... A Capella Choir . . . yWCA Council. HERMAN VIRGIL THOMASON, Spartanburg B.A. English . . . Furman Singers all four year . . . Music Club . . . Student Volunteers . . . Choir Director at Leawood Bapti t Church for four year . . . plan to teoch English . . . minored in Education. LEAH ELIZABETH THOMPSON, Montgomery, Ala. B.A. Sociology . . . minored in French . . . president's scholarship . . . debating team. Theater Guifd. Alpha Ps- Omega YWA Council. Prelude » vicc-pre dent . . . »olt spoken . . . dramatic tar ... a future in religious drama. JOYCE MARIE TRIPP, Greenville B.A. English ntcll gent industrious . . . seen n Mr. Tenney's office . . . Hand and Torch . . . finished in three years . . . always ready lor fun . . , to be a director of religious education. MARION F. TRUETT, Taylors B.A. Economic and Business Administration . mamed and Ived at Graham F.eld . . . minored m Education . . . I.led Psychology. ARLEY BENJAMIN TRULUCK, Ridge Spring B.A. Music . Tau Kappa Eps'on . Alpha P i Omega Hornet columnist BONHOMIE editor |unior year . Pres Club . . . Furman Singers . . . Theater Guild . . . PIO n ROTC battalion staff . . . awarded national historian award of TKE last year . . . participated in many operettas and plays . . . unlimited abil ties . . . plans graduate work in musk alter two year hitch with Army. 157TylER WATKINS WAGNER WATSON. C. TURNER WAIL WAIDREP WATSON. S. Senior JOAN ELAINE TURNER, Nashville, Go. B.A. Sociology . . . Lorn'.- . . . mony clothe , m-Id disposition... Band . . . Sociology Club . . . o magazine rcoder . . . liked Mr. Kimbrough . . . will be a iccrctary. ELIZABETH M. WALL, Spartanburg B.A. Elementary Education . . one ol the Mart H-II transfers . . . 'Libby" . . . conscientious . . . unusual blue eyes . . . teen in Rosemary with peanut butter and crackers . . . will teach. HERBERT BURNETTE TYLER, Dillon 8.A. Music . . Kappa Alpha . . . pres-dent Band and student director junior year . . . director Pep Band . . . Student legislature . . . Whale" . . . intramural football, basketball, swimming all four years ... all star team jun.or and senior years . . . Intramural Council . . . pinned to Lila . . . Band trophy . . . Military Band . . . Phi Mu Alpha, vice-president senior year . . . National Intercollegiate Band. THOMAS LEON WAGNER, Travelers Rest B.A. Economics and Business Administration . . . Claussen Street resident . . . man with a family . . . worked alter classes. HARRY D. WALDREP, Easley B.A. Political Science P. Kappa Phi . . . Quaternion '51 . . . Student Council ' 9, '50 . . . pres dent student body '52 . . . IRC commissioned Army officer . . . returned to complete senior year ofter service with Unde Sam. CAROLYN JEAN WATKINS, Durham, N. C. B.A. Religion . . . transferred from Campbell . . . radiant personality . . . jokes constantly , . . loves to iron and sing . . . BSU Council. A Capclla Choir. WAA Council. Student Volunteers. yWA Council. Student Volunteers. Philosophy Club ... a campus favorite . . . will do religious work. CARLOSE B. WATSON, Greenville B.A. History . . . day student . . . mmored in Religion . . . future minister . . . seldom seen around the campus. SALLY ALMA WATSON, Charlotte, N. C. B.A. Music . . . genteel . . . rates h gh in scholarship and musical ability . . . Senior Order. Junior Council Representative, Who's Who. Band Music Club, Symphony . . . finithed in Jonuary . . . engaged to Charlie, president student division South Carolina Federation of Musk Clubs. 158 RICHARD E. WICKUFFE, Greenville B.S. Physics . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . Blue Key . . . Chi Beta Phi . . . Scabbard and Blade . . . Student Legislature . . . secretary sophomore daw . . . president Wesley Foundation . . . Furman Engineering Club . . . Who's Who. TROY WEBSTER WILLIAMS, Florence B.A. Business Administration and Psychology . Kappa Alpha . . . footboll letterman all four years . . . All-Southcrn senior year . . . served time with Army . . . morried Brenda . . . has always maintained a high scholastic average. FRED E. WILLIAMS, Moncks Comer B.A. History . . . Ministerial Union . . . mirrored in Religion . . . day student . . . hard worker . . . lived in Greenville while in school. GENEVIEVE CASTLEMAN WILLIAMS, Greenville B.A. Elementary Education . . . ' Genna . . . transferred from Wmthrop . . . KDE. Day Students' Council, Furman Singers. Student Volunteers , . versatile, vivacious . . . beautiful eyes . . . plans to teach. MyRTIS LOUELLA WILSON, Greenville B.A. English ... a real friend . . . seen with Jane . . . worked at Sears . . . sweet disposition . . . studied seriously . . . many class notes . . . will probably teach. HERMAN J. WILLIAMS, Charleston B.A. Philosophy . . . Kappa Alpha . . . Alpha Epsilon Delta . . . Philosophy Club ... Chi Beta Phi . . . American Chemical Society . fraternity editor BONHOMIE and Hornet . . . intramural basketball and tennis all four years . . . Who's Who . . . worked in the Infirmary. SyLVESTER ALBEN WRIGHT, Corbin, Ky. B.A. Physical Education . Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . moored i Psychology . . . "Syf“ . . . ployed varsity basketball three years . . . oct.ve in intramurals and in golf . . . Rat Court member . . . stayed at Zoo most of the time. 159MOST DEPENDABLE MOST ATHLETIC MARLENE CAMPBELL JAMES MONROE L. G. HIGHTOWER SARA GALLOWAY Senior BEST LOOKING DEE DAVIDSON ANDY KING FAVORITE PROFESSORS FRIENDLIEST DR. FLANOERS DR. 8AB8 CAROLYN WATKINS 803 DEATONT MOST TALENTED WITTIEST DEAN CAMPBELL SALLy WATSON SAMMY BRANT DEE RILES Superlatives MOST VERSATILE 8EST INFORMED BEST LEADERS NELL HARDING CHARLES CLEGG ALAN GRAGG PEARL McJUNKIN LYNN CATER JAMES JORDAN Junior LILY ALTMAN, Falls Church, Va.; JANE ANDERSON, Williamston; JAMES ARMS, Pickens; JANET ARNOLD, Greenville; DONALD ARNTS, North Tonawanda, N. Y.; CLARENCE ARONSON, Woodbury. Vermont. BARBARA AUSTIN. Greenwood; EDNA AUSTIN, Timmons-ville; PEGGY ANN BAGWELL, Piedmont; GEORGE BAILEY, Greenville; MAE FRANCES BAILEY, Cayce; CLIFTON BALTZEGAR, Charleston. ALTON BARNETT, Woodruff; BILLY BEAVER, Greenville; AUBREY BESSENGER, Bamberg; ANDREW BIELECKI, Rutherford, N. J.; PHINALIA BLACKSTONE. Easley; JAMES BLACKWELDER, Fort Mill. DOUGLAS 8LACKWELL, Greenville; ALICE BLAKE. Belton; ROBERT BOSTON, Darlington; NANCY BOUSMAN. Pensacola, Fla.; WILLIAM BOYD, Greenville; JIM BOYLE, Florence. JAMES BRANHAM, Lugoff; BARBARA ANN BRANNON, Charleston; FRANK BRAZZLE. Rock Hill; NORMAN BRIGGS, College Park, Md.; CHARLES BROCK, Seneca; GEORGE BROOME, Waxhaw, N. C. 162JESSE BROWN, Wagener; JOSEPH BROWN, North Charleston; DEAN BUCHANAN, Drayton; JO ANN BURGESS, Greenwood; MELVIN CAMPBELL, Walhalla; MARVIN CANN, Winston-Salem, N, C. CLAUDE CARNELL, Woodruff; CAMPBELL CARROLL, Greenville; PATRICIA CARTER, Ridgcland; GEORGE CASE. Greenville; JAMES CASS, Greenville; ROBERT CHAPMAN, Albany, Ga. MARILYN CHRISTOPHER, Greenville; MARY LANE CLE-LAND, Seneca; EVELYN CLEVELAND, Seneca; MILDRED CLINKSCALES, Greenville; GWENN COLE, Gastonia, N. C.; VIRGINIA COLEMAN, Cross Hill. BOBBY COLEY. Concord, N. C.; MARY JO COLLINS, Chesnee; HAWKINS COOK, Greer; HU BY COOPER, Springfield; WAYNE COOPER, Greenville; PATRICIA COTHRAN, Belton. WILLIAM COX, Greenville; JAMES CRAFT, Greer; JIMMIE CRENSHAW, Cateechee; LYNN CROOK. St. George; ELLEN CULBERTSON, Spartanburg; JOHN CURRY, Greenville. 163Junior OTTIS DAVIS, Greenville; DUNCAN DEW, Latta; EVELINE DILLARD, Simpsonville; NED DOBSON, Greenville; MARY DOMINICK, Anderson, JOHN DuBOSE, Hartsville. BENNY EDENS, Florence; JOHN ELLIOTT, Lancaster; PHILLIP ELLIOTT, Boiling Springs, N. C.; ROSE ERWIN. Darlington; INA FAILE, Kershaw; GENA JO FANT. Winnsboro. BOBBIE FEELEY, Clemson; ANN FEEZOR, Lexington, N. C, THOMAS FENNELL, Greenville; MAX FERGUSON. Green- ville; DARRELL FLOYD, Thomasville. N. C.; BARBARA FOX, Greenville. WILLIAM FOX. Greensboro, N. C.; FRED FRALEY, Wayland. Ky.; BETTY FRANKS. Greenville; BATSIE FREEMAN, Greenville; LAWRENCE FREEMAN, Dacusville; ROBERT FULBRIGHT, Waynesville, N. C. ANSEL GAMBRELL, Travelers Rest; SARAH GAMBRELL. Greenville; TOMMIE GAULT, Simpsonville; JEAN GIL-REATH, Greenville; BARBARA ANN GODFREY. Nichols; CHARLES GOODNOUGH, Greenville.BROCK GORDON, Washington, D. C.; BEAUFORT GRAHAM. Williamston; JIMMY GREENE, Greer; WILLIAM GULLEDGE, Greenville; HELEN GURLEY, Rutherfordton, N. C.; MARY MARTHA HAIGHT, Anderson. ISABELLE HALL, Greenville; WILLIAM HALLMAN, Spartanburg; JOYCE HARRIS, Charleston; NANCY HARRIS. Walhalla; EUGENE HAYES. Greenville; JAMES HEMBREE, Union. LEONARD HENDRIX, Simpsonville; WILLIAM HESTER, Greenville; HELEN HICKS. Greenville; HAROLD HILL, Greer; DOUGLAS HINDS, Georgetown; BARNETT HIOTT, Greenville. EDDIE HOLCOMBE. Greenville; WILLIAM HORTON. Rock Hill; EDWARD HOWARD, Greenville; DON HOWELL, Travelers Rest; JOHN HUBBARD, Gaffney; SARA HUDSON, Greer. MARVIN HUGHES, Aiken; CHARLES HUNT, Greenville; RONALD HYATT, Latta; TALMADGE INFINGER, Charleston; HAL JACKS, Greenville; VIVIAN JENKINS, Lenoir, N. C. 165PATSy JENNINGS, Greenville; JAMES JOHNSON. Green-ville; CHARLES JONES, Taylors; HAROLD JONES, Sandy Springs; HARRY JONES, Greenville; MARTIN JONES, Greenville. EUNICE JORDAN, Charleston; LEWIS KAY, Greenville; JAMES KELLER, Columbia; ELOISE KENNEMORE, Greenville; CHARLES KING, Easley; DONNA KLINGER, Liberty. ALAN KYBER, Brookmont, Md.; JIMMY LaBOON, Greer; JEAN LANFORD, Greenville; JAMES LEACH, Greenville; Junior MARSHALL LINDSAY, Greer; JOAN LIPSCOMB. Walhalla. BOBBIE LISTER, Rock Hill; BILLIE LUDWIG, Greenville; JO ANNE MacKINNON, Anderson; VERNAN McABEE, Landrum; BILL McEACHERN, Concord, N. C.; DAN McGEE, Anderson. JUNE McGEE, Fountain Inn; KAY McGEE, Winston-Salem, N. C.; FRED McGRIFF, Marietta, Ga.; NANCY McMANA-WAY, Greenville; JEAN MACHEN, Greenville; EMILY MAINWARING, Hendersonville, N. C. 166Class CHARLES MARCHBANKS, Greenville; JOSEPH MASSEY, Greenville; ELLA MATTHEWS, Greenville; LOUISE MATTHEWS, Greenville; JIMMIE MATTOS, Greenville; DON MAULDIN, Greenville. PATRICIA MEALING, North Augusta; ADA MARGARET MEEKS, Anderson; LINDA MESSER, Waynesville, N. C.; CHARLES MILLER, Gastonia. N. C.; GENE MILLER, Greenville; CHARLOTTE MOEHLENBROCK, Greenville. LOU JEAN MOORE, Spartanburg; PHILLIP MOORE. Cliffside, N. C.; WILLIAM MOORE, Greenville; BRONA MOOREFIELD, Rural Hall, N. C.; JOYCE MORSE, Laurens; BOBBY MURRAY, Greenville. NORMAN NEELY, Piedmont; ANNE NICHOLSON, Taylors; ELEISE OWEN, Central; JENNINGS OWENS, Barn-well; RACHAEL OWENS, Florence; ELNEDA PADGETT, Woodruff. HAROLD PARKER, Pickens; MILTON PARKER, Columbia; EMMETT PATRICK, Lake City; PHILIP PEARCE, Nichols; MARY LOU PEEPLES, Estill; GLAIN PENNELL. Kannapolis, N. C. 167LEIAND PETTIT, Greenville; MARTHA PHILLIPS, William-ston; DAVID PITTMAN, Burlington, N. C; GUS PLAGIANIS, Greenville; JACK POWERS, Woodruff; JAMES POWERS. Greenville. WILLIAM PRICE, LaGrange, Ge.; LEO PRIVETTE. Darlington; ROLAND RABON, Lugoff; JOANN RAINES, Inman; JOHN RAMEY, Greenville; DAN RAY, Greenville. CHARLES REAVES, Mobile, Ala.; JOHN RHODES. Rcynoldsville, Pa.; JAMES RICHARDSON, Simpsonville; Junior MARGARET RIDDLE. Greenville; WILLIAM RIPPY, Green-ville; RAY ROBBINS, Huntersville, N. C. JACQUELYN ROBERTS. Weaverville, N. C.; ROBERT ROPER, Fountain Inn; CHARLES RUTH, Fletcher. N. C.; MILTON SANDERS, Walhalla; JEANNE SAUNDERS. Bessemer City, N. C.; WILLIAM SAWYER, Spartanburg. LARRY SEAY, Inman; FRANCES SELF, Rock Hill; DAVID SHANDS, Greenville; NANCY SHANNON. Marietta. Ga.; DAYNE SHARPE, Montgomery, Ala.; BRUCE SHAW, Greenville. 168RUFUS SHERMAN, Greenville; ROBERT SHORT, Tigcrvillc; RAY SIMMONS, Greenville; FRANCES SKELTON, Greenville; PEGGY SMALL, Lancaster; GEORGE SMITH, Easley. JACK SMITH, Taylors; PAT SMITH, Greenville: MARGARET ANNE SNUGGS, New Orleans. La.; MARGUERITE SPARKS, Spruce Pine. N. C.; OSCAR STARK, West Terre Haute, ind.; JENNENE STEEDLY. Charleston. MARTHA SWANSON. Asheville, N. C.; KENNETH TATHAM, Greenville; FRANK TAYLOR, Greenville; MARGIE TEASLEY, Anderson; JANE TERRY, Tucker. Ga.; GEORGE THOMAS, Sumter. HASKELL THOMAS. Greenville; JOE THOMAS. Woodruf ROBERT THOMAS, Miami, Fla.; TERRY THOMAS, Clinton; JEAN THOMPSON, Easley; JOANN TOMPKINS. Joanna. REMBERT TRULUCK, Clinton; BOYD TUCKER. Union; AARON TURNER, Spartanburg; THOMAS TURNER, Green, wood; AARON TYNER, Travelers Rest; MARGARET ULMER. Greenville. 169Junior Class PAUL UNDERWOOD, Greenville; FRANK VERNON, Green, ville; BERNETT WAITT, Winnsboro; WILLIAM WALLACE, Columbia. HOWARD WALTERS. Charleston; ROY WATKINS, Greenville; BARBARA WATTS, Lugoff; GARY WELLS, Greenville. PATTY WIGGINS, Charleston; JERRY WILLIAMS, Columbia; EDWIN WILSON, Greer; SUE WINCHESTER, Sunset. ERIN WINGO. Mt. Solon. Va.; JANIE WOOD, Gaffney; TED YAKIMOWICZ, Wellington. N. J.; FAYE YONKER, Pensacola, Fla. 170 171 Sophomore JAMES ADAMS, CLIFTON ALEXANDER, SHIRLEY ALLEN, ARCHIE BEARDEN, DORIS BEATY, RICHARD BERRY, NETTIE ALLGOOD, TAFT ANDERSON, JO ANN ANDER- EUGENE BISHOP. HUBERT BISHOP. CLAUDE BLACK. SON, ROBERT ARNETTE, MARTHA ARRINGTON. MULDREW BLAKELEY. FRANCES BOOKER. RAY AUSTIN, HENRY BAIR, ANN BALDWIN, HAROLD WILLIAM BOURNE, CHARLIE BOWEN, BROWNIE BRAD-BALLEW. WAYNE BARNETT. ANDY BASS. DON BATSON, LEY, KENNETH BRANNON. BILLY BRIDWELL, ROSEMARY RHODAN BATSON. BRIDWELL. LOUISE BRIGHAM, ROBERT BROCK. ANN BROWN. DAVID BROWN, JACK BUICE, WILLIE BUICE, WARNER BURKE, JANICE CAMPBELL, CHARLES CARTER, DAVID CATRON.Class CECIL CAVE, RICHARD CHAMPEY, MARTHA CHAPMAN, JAMES CHEEK. ALFRED CLESLER. CHARLES CLANTON, CARLTON COLLEY, JUNE COLLINS. JIMMY CULBERTSON, AUBREY DANIELS, MARY SUE DARR, JOHN DAVIS, MAURICE DeFOOR, THOMAS DIXON, PATRICIA DOMINICK, MARTHA DURHAM. BOBBY COMPTON, PATSY COOK. JOE COOPER, OBIE DYKES, ROBERT ELLIS, EDITH EVANS, NANCY DONALD COPPEDGE. RILEY COTHRAN, ANN COX, EVANS. JAMES FAYONSHY, ALTON FINKLEA. BOBBY PAUL CRAVEN. WILLIAM CROOKS. FLOWERS, BARBARA FLOYD. RODNEY FOREMAN. ANNA CLYDE FRAKER, ROBERT FREELAND, CHARLES FREEMAN, FRED FREEMAN, MONA RUTH FREEMAN, WILLIAM FREEMAN, JEAN FUNDERBURK.Sophomore 80B8y GAINES. BILLY GAINES. DON GANT. JAMES GANTT, JIMMIE LEE GARRETT, DONNIE GARRISON, ROBERT GAY. DARIEN GEORGE. DONALD GILLESPIE. JOHN GILLESPIE, ANN GODSHALL, BARBARA GOODMAN, EDGAR GOSS, BETTY ANN GREEN. THOMAS GUEST, CARL GULLEDGE. ROBERT HALFORD, ROY HALL, DALE HAMEL, ALEX-ANDER HANCOCK, BILL HANKS, ANDREW HARPER, BOYCE HARRISON, CAROLINE HARRISON. FRANK HAWKINS. NORA HAWKINS, JAMES HENDRICKS, RUTH HERMAN. NORMAN HERNDON. JAMES HERRING. CATHERINE HESTER, ROBERT HILDERBRAND. CHARLES HOLLIDAY, ROBERT HOLMES, SAMUEL HOR-TON, CHARLES HOWARD. SHIRLEY HUBBARD, RILEY HUCKABY, CLISTA HUFF, SAM HUGGINS.I Class BETTy HUGHES, LISKA HUMPHRIES, LEAH HUNTER, CARNESS JACKSON, HUGH JEFFORDS, FRANCIS JENNINGS, CARROLL JOHNSON. JOHN JOHNSON. LOUISE JOHNSON, SYBIL JOHNSON, CLYDE JONES, KENLEY JONES. LLOYD KELLY, ROBERT KENDRICK, R08ERT KERBY. JAMES KERNS. PHIL McKINNEY, RALPH McKINNEY, THOMAS Mc-MANUS, TOMMY McMANUS, AL McNEELY, BETTY JO McQueen, Sidney maddox, james mahaffey. RADAH KHADHIRI, HARRY KILPATRICK, ALBERT KIN-NETT, BETTY KNIGHT, ELAINE LANFORD. KIRK LAWTON, MARTHA LEATHERS. ROBERT LEE. SARA LOU LEVER, FRANCIS LINDLER, CAROLE LITTLEFIELD, john McClellan, choice mcCOin, carol McCOMBS, SARAH McCRARY, MARGARET McCRAY.Sophomore JOHN MATTHEWS, FREDERICK MAUS, MARGERY MAY-FIELD, EDWIN MEARES. JOYE MEARES. ROBERT MEDLIN, WILLIAM MELDRUM, ANN MILLER. TED MILLER, JANICE MOORE, HIRUM MORGAN. GAIL MOUL. RONNIE NEAL, CHARLES NEWTON, JOSEPH NICHOLSON. CLYDE NUNN. EARL O'NEIL. CHARLOTTE ORMAN. MARTHA ORR, PEGGY OUTEN. SYLVIA OUTEN, BETTY PALMER, MARY ANN PARDUE. WILLIAM PEDEN. EMILY PEIRANO. ALFRED POOLE, MARIA PASADA, LAWRENCE QUEEN. DAVID RAILEY, NORMA RICHARD-SON, THOMAS ROBERTSON. DOROTHY ROGERS. TERRY ROPER. LILA SCOTT, JERIE ANN SHAW, JANE SIMMONS. GAIL SLOAN, TWANDA SLOAN, CLARENCE SMITH, HAROLD SMITH.I Class JOYE SMITH, THERON SMITH, JO EVELYN SNYDER, SIDNEY SPANN, MARY FRANCES STEADMAN, HELEN STEWART, REBECCA TAPP, HAZEL TAYLOR. FRANCES THOMAS, COZETTE THOMASON, DOYCE THOMPSON, FRANCES THOMPSON. WILLIAM THOMPSON, MARY MARGARET TIBBS, CHARLES TIDWELL, RANDALL TURNER. HAZEL TYNER, RICHARD ULMER, JAMES VICK, NOEL WAKELYN, JACKIE WALDROP, BRYON WALKER, EMMA WALKER, MARY LOU WALSH. BEVERLY WARD. JOYCE WATKINS, JIM WATTS, BILLY WELLS, PEGGY WEST, MARTHA WESTMORELAND, CHARLES WHITE, MARGARET WILLIAMS. 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Alumni, students, and friends of Furman continue their support of the expansion program through gifts to The Greater Furman Fund which will enable the University to let contracts for new buildings as rapidly as funds are available. An investment in the New Furman University is an investment in America's resource—the lives of her young men and women! THE GREATER FURMAN FUND 197 Ft’UMAX UXIVKKSITV GKKKXVILLE, S. C.STUDENT DIRECTORY Class Name Addieit Class Nimt Addttu So. Abercrombie. Nancy.....................Bo 577. Fountain Inn. S. C. Jr. Adam . James F.............................8ox 44. Kershaw. S. C. So. Adams, James M. . . . 122 Marshall Cr.. Oak Ridge. Tenn. Sr, Adams. Jean .... 715 Crescent Avc.. Greenville. S. C. Gr. Adams. Ted R.....................9 Cornell Ct., Greenville. S. C. Sr. Aho. Russell E. R. . . . 715 Prince St., Georgetown. S. C. Fr. Albert. John J................7 Talmadge St., New 8runswick. N. J. Fr. Alewine. Edward C............................Bo H. Taylors. S. C. So. Alexander. Clifton D..............................Six Mile. S. C. Sr. Allen. Harold N................................Rt. 2. Pelier.S.C. So. Allen. Shirley....................8 Elm St.. Great Falls. S. C. So. Allgood. Nettie.............................Rt. I. Pendleton. S. C Jr. Altman. Lily .... 704 W. Broad St.. Falls Church. Va. Sr. Amos. Anthony C..........................R. F. D. 5. Greer. S. C. So. Anders. Louise Thompson (Mrs.)......................Lyman. S. C. So. Anderson. G. Taft . . . 316 Tremont Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Anderson. Jack W.........................R. F. D. 3. Hartwell. Ga. So. Anderson. Jane................... 205 Broad St.. Williamston. S. C. So. Anderson. Jo Ann . , 2202 Ninth Avc., Brandenton. Fla. Sr. Andrews. Carroll W. . . . 8 Crcstview Apt.. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Appcllo. Joseph D. . . 417 Chester Ave.. Roselle Pk., N. J. Fr. Armistcad. Myra......................East First Ave.. Easley. S.C. Jr. Arms. James C................................Rt. I, Pickens. S. C. Sr. Arcilesi. Richard W................Maxwelton St.. Greenwood. S. C. So. Arnette. Robert L.....................Acline Avc.. Lake City. S.C. Jr. Arnold. Janet .... 2804 Augusta Rd.. Greenville. S. C. Sr. Arnold. John P. . . 332 Magnolia St.. Greenwood. S. C. Jr. Arnts. Donald F. . 111 E. Felton St., North Tonawanda. N. Y. Jr. Aronson. Clarence W...................................Woodbury. Vt. So. Arrington. Martha .... 19 Wilton St.. Greenville. S. C. Sr. Ash. Norma Jean . . 4 Belk St.. City View. Greenville. S. C. Jr. Ashbaugh, Alei C.................1195 Gordon St.. Atlanto. Ga. So. Ashley. Albert R. . . . 16 W. Stone Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Sr. Ashmore. Chorlcs B..............Rt. 4. Box 237. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Ashmore. Robbie Nclle . Rt. 4. Augusta Rd., Greenville. S. C. So. Ashmore. Tamara . . 145 Maryland Ave., Charleston. W. Va. Gr. Atkmson. Thomas B..........................Rt. 4. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Austandcr. Richard C. . . 7 Montcith Cr.. Greenville. S. C. Jr. Austin. Barbara .... 4 Oak Haven Ct.. Greenwood. S. C. Jr. Austin. Edna Smith (Mrs.) . . . Rt. I. Timmonsville. S. C. Sr. Austin. Thomas D................7 Smythe St.. Greenville. S. C. So. Austin. Walter R. . . 209 Atlantic St.. Mt. Pleasant. S. C. So. Avent. Catherine . . . 419 S. Franklin Dr., Florence. S. C. Fr. Bagwell. Charles E...............102 N. "C" St.. Easley. S.C. Fr. Bagwell. Ervin E.................Greenwood St.. Ware Shoals. S. C. Jr. Bagwell. Peggy Ann...........................Rt I. Piedmont. S. C. Jr. Bailey. George O. . . . F-8 Claussen Ave- Greenville. S. C. Jr. Bailey. May Frances................................ 320 Lyles St- Cayce. S. C. So. Bair. Henry M............................Rt. 3. Orangeburg. S. C. So. Baldwin. Anne . . . 705 Third St- New Cumberland. Pa. Sr. Baldwin. Mildred.........................Rt. 2. Simpsonville. S. C. So. Ballengcr. William L. . 8 Ponce De Leon Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Fr. 8allcntine. Beth .... 613 Cam St- Walterboro. S. C. So. Ballew. Harold C............................Rt. 2. Greenville. S. C. Sr. Ballew. Thelma..................13 Smith St- Greenville. S. C. Sr. Baltxcgor. Barbara . . . 120 Sheppard St.. Charleston. S. C. Jr. Beltzegar. Clifton L. . . 120 Sheppard St- Charleston. S. C. Fr. Barbour. Grace Ann . . . Rt. I, Box 270. Greenville. S.C. Jr. Barefoot. Roland C.....................7 Elm St.. Lancaster. S. C. Fr. Barfield. Ruby....................Rt. I. Box 173. Logoff. S.C. Jr. Barnett. Alton J............................Rt. 2. Woodruff. S. C. Fr. Barnett. Bennie M. . . . 8 Montana St- Greenville. S. C. So. Barnett. Frankie................................Rt. 2. Greer. S. C. Fr. Barnett. Vcrlin E..................................Ridgeway. S. C. So. Barnett Wayne J. . . . F-3 Claussen Ave- Greenville. S. C. Jr. Barnette. Volnoy T„ Jr. . 304 Anderson St- Greenville. S. C. Fr. Barnhill. Johnny G....................Landsdale Dr„ Gaffney. S.C. Fr. Barnwell. Ales Lee ... 24 Burdette St- Greenville, S. C. Fr. Barrow. William D- Jr. . . Rt. 8. Box 330. Greenville, S. C. Fr. Barton. John B.............1109 8uncombc St.. Greenville. S. C. So. Bass. James A.. Jr. . . . 753 Sumter Ave- Rock Hill, S.C. Sr. Bates. Coy R...................100 Highland Dr.. Union, S. Cc So. Batson. Don R. . . . 203 Donnybrook Ave- Greenville. S. C. So. Batson. Rhodan D. . . 3804 Buncombe Rd- Greenville. S. C. Sr. Baumgardner, Holmes . . 10 Redfern St- Asheville, N. C. Fr. Beall. Suzanne....................................Bcltsville. Md. So. Bearden. Archie D. . . 204 E. Farris Rd- Greenville. S. C. Sr. Bearden. Horace C..............................Rt. 3. Pelzer. S. C. So. Beaty. Doris Thrift (Mrs.) . . Mountain Rest. Greenville, S.C. Jr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Sp. So. So. Fr. So. Jr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr. So. So. Jr. So. Jr. So. Fr. Jr. So. Fr. So. Sr. Jr. Jr. So. Sr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Jr. So. Jr. So. So. Jr. So. Jr. Jr. So. Jr. Fr. So. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Beaver. Billy C.............G-6 Claussen St- Greenville. S. C. Beck. George B..........................Bo 121. Holly Hill. S.C. Belcher. Thomas E......................Bo 81. Ninety Six. S. C. Bell. Edna Jeon .... 15 Hamilton Ave- Greenville. S. C. Bell. Mo K..........................................Bethune. S. C. Bell. Wilda.....................23 Fulton St- Asheville. N. C. Benson, Williom S............................Rt. 4. Greer. S.C. Bentley. Earl K............9 N. Florida Ave- Greenville. S. C. Benton. John R..............................Bo 64. Midville. Go. Berry. Richard T.............119 Curcton St- Greenville. S. C. Berry. William D. . . . 103 Sherwood Ct- Greenville. S. C. Berryhill, Edwin L. . . . 1521 Mimosa St- Chorlotte, N. C. Bcssengcr, Aubrey L....................Church St- Bamberg. S. C. Bidgood, Herbert J. . . . 192 Park St- Spartanburg. S. C. Bielecki. Andrew .... 77 River St- E. Rutherford. N. J Biggcrstaff. Robert W. . . 812 Carolina St- Gastonia. N. C. Bingham. Robert E...................9 Wren St- Greenville. S. C. Bishop. Dan M. . . . 101 Arrington Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Bishop. Eugene H., Jr. . 104 Vanderbilt Cr.. Greenville. S. C. Bishop. Hubert E. . . . 100 Dcoyley St- Greenville. S. C. Black. Claude L. . . 1320 E. Washington St.. Greenville. S. C. Blackstone. Phinolio ... 112 East "C" Ave- Easley. S.C. Blackston. Ronald D........................Bo 611. Seneca. S. C. 8lackwelder, James O...................R. F. D. 2. Fort Mill. S. C. Blackwell, Douglas L.......................Rt. 3. Greenville. S. C. Blair. Potsy.............. 2705 Poinview Rd- Anderson. S. C. Blake. Alice..........................................Belton. S. C. Blake. Brent R. . . . 508 Rutherford St- Greenville. S. C. Blakely, Muldrcw L...................Rosemary St- Andrews, S.C Blanks. Robert L.............................Rt. 3. Chester. S.C. Blanton, Sam C........................Bo 247. Summerville. S. C. Bolick. William H.............18 Emeral PI., Clark Twp..N.J. Boling. Warren E. ... 121 E. Augusta Dr- Greenville. S. C. Bolt. Ernest C- Jr. . . . 1316 Parkway Ave- Charlotte. N. C. 8onncr. Jimmy C......................62 White St- Corrolton. Ga. Booker, Frances....................Pendleton Rd- Clemson. S. C Bookter, David C. . . 745 S. Belt Line Blvd- Columbia. S. C. Boston, Robert W. . . . 135 Spring St- Darlington. S. C. Bourne. William F........................4th Ave.. Conway. S. C. Bousman. Nancy . . . 911 E. Maxwell St.. Pensacola. Fla. 8owen. Charlie M...............................Rt. 2. Liberty. S. C. Bowen. Doris Ann ... 711 Arlington Ave- Greenville. S. C. Boyd. William A- Jr. . . . 149 Augusta Ct- Greenville. S. C. Boyle. James A.. Jr. . . . Westminister Dr.. Florence. S. C. Boyleston. Graves L. . . 2817 Augusta Rd.. Greenville. S. C. Bradley. George B. . . 1076 Columbia St- Orangeburg, S. C. Bradley. William D..................Chamblin St- Woodruff. S. C. Branham, James.................................Rt. I. Lugoff. S.C. Brannon. Barbara Ann . 4 Addlestone Ave- Charleston. S. C. 8rannon. Kenneth J. . . 36 Pinecrest Ave.. Great Falls. S. C. Brant. Sammy H............................Green St- Ulmers. S.C. Brantley. Thomas J.....................Bo 234. Glovervillc. S. C. Brazzle. Frank B. . . . 1152 E. Main St„ Rock Hill. S. C. Breland. Walker L . . 240 N. Jefferies Rd- Walterboro. S. C. Brenon. James C.............3 Woodland Way. Greenbolt. Md. Bridwell. Billy J.........................Rt. 7. Greenville. S. C. Bridwell. George M.......................Rt. I. Woodruff. S. C. Bridwell. Polly Ann........................Rt. 7. Greenville. S. C. Bridwell. Rosemary........................Rt. 7, Greenville. S. C. Briggs. Norman F„ Jr. . 1907 Autovillc Dr.. College Park. Md. Brigham. Louise .... 401 Pettigru St.. Greenville. S. C. Biissey. Bobby E. . . . 1948 Augusta Rd.. Greenville, S. C. Brock. Charles E...........................2nd St- Seneca. S.C. Brock. Robert O...........................R. F. 0. 5. Seneca. S.C. Broom. George L......................................Waxhaw. N.C. 8rown. Algie C..............312 W. Earl St- Greenville. S. C. Brown. Ann Lee............................Mountain Rest. S. C. Brown. David G. . . . 104-A Dale St- N. Charleston. S. C. Brown. James Carroll . . . 149 Forest St„ Spartanburg. S. C. Brown. James Charles . . 1606 E. North St.. Greenville. S. C. Brown, James E.......................................Saluda. N.C. Brown. James H. . . 211 Victoria Ave- N. Charleston. S. C. Brown. Jesse B......................................Wegener. S. C. 8rown, John D..............101 Brushy Creek Dr.. Greer. S. C. Brown. Joseph T. . . 211 Victoria Ave.. N. Charleston. S. C. Brown. LeFoix W.................................Rt. 3. Union. S.C. 8ryant. Lilian Gibson (Mrs.) . 207 Kirk Blvd- Greenville. S.C. Bryant, Terry E..............................Rt. I. Pacolet. S.C. 8tyson, Franklin D. . . 40 Crestview Apts- Greenville. S. C. Bryson. Judy .... 19 Lekccrcst Dr- Greenville. S. C. 198STUDENT DIRECTORY—Continued Clan Njmt Addrett CUtt Name Addrcti Fr. Bryton. Newman L...............................Bo S27. Trion. Ga. Jr. Buchanan. Herald D......................• Lake St.. Drayton. S. C. So. Buice. Willie E.................C-6 Graham Fid.. Greenville. S. C. So. Buice, Jack P...................E-S Graham Fid.. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Bull. John D...............................Rt. 2. Piedmont. S. C. Fr. Bullington, Linda ... 415 Irby Ave Ext, Lauren . S. C. Sr. 8unton. Kirby L.......................................Smoakt. S. C. Jr. Burse . Joann................. 200 Blyth Ave.. Greenwood. S. C. Sr. Burge . Mary Anne....................Bo 303. High Shoal . N.C. So. Burke. Wyatt W. . . . 322 Hampton Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Sr. Burnett. Jotcph W. .... 105 Pine St.. Greer, S. C. Fr. Burton, Willodcan ....... Rt. 2. Greer. S. C. Fr. 8u ha, Charle H.....................I Summit Dr.. Liberty. S. C. Fr. Fr. Sr. So. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Sp. Jr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Fr. So. So. So. So. Jr. So. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Fr. So. Fr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Jr. So. Fr. So. Jr. Fr. So. Sr. Gr. Sp. Jr. Coliff. Mary Lena . . 213 Victoria Ave.. N. Charlcjton, S. C. Campbell. Allen H.. Jr.............Rt. I. Traveler Re t. S. C. Campbell. C. Dean..........................Rt. 2. Landrum, S. C. Campbell. Janice...............24 Maple St.. Gattonia. N. C. Campbell. Marlene...............................Campobello. S. C. Campbell. Melvin R....................R. F. D. 2. Walhalla. S. C. Campbell. Walter A. . . 1515 Peachtree St.. Charlotte. N. C. Cann. John M. . . . 307 Henrietta St.. Greenwood. S. C. Cann. Marvin L. . . 2375 Fairway Dr.. Wintton-Salcm. N. C. Cannon. Charle G.........................Bo 4. North. S. C. Cannon, Jacquelyn .... 709 Cheitnut St.. Lauren . S. C. Cantrell, Rufut R..........................Rt. 2. Che nee. S. C. Cantrell. W. B.. Jr. . . . 33 N. Convene St.. Liberty. S. C. Capehart. Frank H. . . 116 Park Dr.. Point Pleatant. W. Va. Capcll. Margie......................North "A" St.. Ea ley. S. C. Carnell. Claude M.. Jr...................Rt. I. Woodruff. S.C. Carroll. Campbell E. ... 28 Clau en St.. Greenville, S. C. Carroll. Jane..................20 Duke St.. Greenville. S. C. Carton. Walli M. . . 120 Batetview Dr.. Greenville. S. C. Carter. Charle A. . . 607 Arlington Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Carter. Jamet E.........................Rt. 56. Greenville. S. C. Carter. Patricia Ann............................Ridgeland. S. C. Ca e. George F..............23 Thurtton St.. Greenville. S. C. Cate. Wallace E. . 55 Flat Rock Ave, Hendertonville. N. C. Ca h. Paul P.. Jr. . . . 107 W. Marion Rd.. Greenville. S. C. Ca»t. Jamet K„ Jr. . . . 203 E. Earle St.. Greenville. S. C. Cater. Lynn................139 South "B" St.. Eatley. S.C. Cater. Mayme.................139 South "B" St.. Eatley. S.C. Caltron. David W.............................Juction City. Ky. Cave. Ceceil R.. Jr....................Rt. 3. Orangeburg, S. C. Champey. Richard G...............18 Victory Dr.. Sumter. S.C. Chapman. Martha.......................Oakland Ave.. Inrran. S. C. Chapman, Robert L.................613 Haley Dr.. Albany. Ga. Cheek. Jamet R...............2 Worley Rd.. Greenville. S. C. Chetler. Alfred......................... 332 Lodi. Elyria. Ohio Cho. Myunghoon Y........................................ Korea Christian, Lynn .... l5' 2 David St.. Greenville. S. C. Chrittopher. Joel L. ... 16 2nd St.. Greenville. S. C. Chrittopher. Marilyn . 302 W. Prenti Ave., Greenville. S. C. Clanton. Charles T. . . . 311 McAlway Rd. Charlotte. N. C. Clardy. Cedi D........................3 Lee St.. Liberty. S. C. Clary, Edward O.....................Rt. I. Warrcnville. S. C. Clary. Sutan.........................Bo 175. Cameron. S. C. Clegg. Charles C.....................Thornton Ave.. Dalton. Ga. Cleland. Mary Lane.......................Bo 115, Seneca. S.C. Cleveland. Evelyn .... 505 Townville St.. Seneca. S. C. Clifton, Barbara Jean . . 24 Piedmont Ave.. Charletton. S. C. Clinktcalct. Mildred . . Ill Aberdeen Dr.. Greenville. S. C. Cobb. Charle K. ... 115 Bennett St., Greenville. S. C. Cobb. Fay...................................Rt. 2. Taylor . S. C. Cochran. Jack............................Rt. 4. Greenville. S. C. Coker. Jimmie G..............................Holly Hill. S. C. Cole. Gwen....................Ranlo Station. Ga tonia. N. C. Coleman. Barbara . . . 608 Union St.. Spartanburg. S. C. Coleman, Virginia............................Crott Hill. S. C. Coley. 8cbby E............................Rt. 9. Concord. N. C. Colley. Carlton E............. 2331 S. W. 7 St.. Miami. Fla. Collin . John B...................................Ridgeway. S. C. Collins, June .... St. Matthew Rd.. Orangeburg, S. C. Collin . Mary Jo.........................Bo 133. Chewee. S. C. Compton, Bill J..............8 Fo hall Rd.. Greenville. S. C. Compton. Bobby D.....................Bo 364. Hazelwood. N. C. Compton. Nick ... . G-3 Clautten St.. Greenville. S. C. Conklin. Elizabeth J. . . 116 Vanderbilt Ct.. Greenville. S. C. Connell. Alfred C.........................Rt. 2. Lancaster. S. C. Cook. Hawkint M.....................103 Hilton St.. Greer. S.C. So. Cook. Patty...........................................Kerthaw. S.C. Fr. Cooke. Heyward F. . . 216 S. Ervin St., Darlington. S. C. Jr. Cooper. 8 rt H.........................Bo 71. Springfield, S. C. Jr. Cooper, Douglas W. . . 1402 Laurens Rd.. Greenville. S. C. So. Cooper. Joe E. . . . 605 W. Meadow St.. Gaffney. S.C. So. Coppcdgc. Donald W. . . 8o» 504 Sullivan Island. S.C. Fr. Corley. Dorothy Ann . . . 257 Rigg Dr., Clemton. S. C. Fr. Cothran, Alvin H.. Jr. . . . 20 Oregon St.. Greenville, S. C. Fr. Cothran. David E..........................Rt. I. Williamtton. S.C. Jr. Cothran. Patricia Jo.........................Rt. 3. Belton. S. C. So. Cothran. Riley............................Rt. I. Williamtton. S. C. Fr. Count . Wayne B............................Rt. I. Protperity. S. C. So. Co . Ann..................................Brown Ave., Belton, S. C. Sr. Co . Ori ...............................................Witner, La. So. Cox. Ronnie L....................301 Perry Rd.. Greenville. S. C. Jr. Co . William M.............................Rt. 2. Greenville. S. C. Gr. Co . Wilma H...................................Bo 188. Slater. S. C. So. C'aft. James B....................... 205 North Ave.. Greer. S.C. So. Craven. Paul John. Jr. . 264 Savannah Hwy., Charleston, S. C. Fr. Crowley. Sylvia..............................8o II. Ruby. S. C. Sp. Creamer. Joe H...............................Rt. 2. Ander on. S. C. Jr. Crenshaw. Jimmie L. ... 16 Main St., Cateechee. S. C. Sr. Crook. Everctte D.............................St. George. S. C. Sr. Crook. Joseph E...............................St. George. S. C. Jr. Crook. Lynn....................................St. George. S. C. So. Crook . William E. . . 200 E. Augusta Dr., Greenville. S. C. Fr. Cross. Robert L. 206 Lavinio St.. Greenville. S. C. Sr. Crout. Ori E...G-4 Clautten St.. Greenville. S. C. Jr. Culbertson. Ellen . . 591 $. Converse St.. Spartanburg, S. C. So. Culbertion. Jamet F., Jr. . 17 Cobb St.. Ware Shoals. S.C. Sr. Curry. Herbert L................ 407 An el St.. Greenville. S. C. Sr. Curry. Jane...................................Fountain Inn. SC. Jf. Curry. John B..................1612 North St.. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Fr. So. So. Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr. So. So. Jr. So. Sr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Fr. So. Jr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Jr. So. Jr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Gr. Fr. Sr. Daley. Richard T....................General Delivery. Millen. Ga. Daniel. David E. . . . 1008 E. Frederick St.. Gaffney. S.C. Daniel . Aubrey.......................Thoma St., Lake City. S.C. Darr. Mary Sue................. 300 Hickory St.. Clinton. S C. Davenport. Robert ... 19 Greenville St.. Piedmont. S. C. Davidton. Dee May................................Swannanoa. N. C. Davit. B;llie Carol..............149 Wett End. Chetter. S. C. Davis. Jerry C. . . . 193 Brooktide Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Davi . John R.........................110 Park Dr.. Union. S.C. Davit. Kenneth E.........................Box 388. Camden. S.C. Davi . Otti L. ... 41 6. Woodlark St.. Greenville S.C. Dawsey. Sybil . II Woodville Ave.. O'brook., Greenville S.C. Deaton. Robert L.........................Bo 94. Pagelard. S. C. De8erry. Gwendolyn . . . Rt. 4. 8o 356-A. Sum-if. S.C. Deery, Samuel J........................................E.bH. S. C. DeFoor. Maurice F. . . D-6 Graham Fid, Greenville. S. C. Deitz. William F.............................Rt. I. Clinton. S.C. Dellengcr. Robert L. . . 237 3rd St.. N. W.. Hickorv. N. C. Dendy. William R. . . 407 Aberdeen Dr.. Greenville. S. C. Denton. William H........................Rt. 2. Camden. S. C. dcSautture. Mary . . . Rt. 4. Bo 3 3. Charletton S.C. DeVore. Joe W............................Rt. I. Greenwood. S. C. Dew. Duncan M......................................Latta. S. C. Diamond. Jim G. . . 400 Rutherford St, Greenville. S. C. Dill. Norman................................Rt. 2. Greer. S. C. Dillard. Eveline .... 12 Woodtide Cr, Simptonville. S. C. Ditmuke. Henry C....................................Lyons. Ga. Diion. Harley....................Rt 2. King Mountain. S. C. Dixon. Thoma D. . . Carrier 53. Augutta Rd, Greenville. S. C. Dixon. Volina .... Carrier 53. Augutta Rd, Greenville. S. C. Dobson, Martha Jane.............................Fairforett. S. C. Dobson. Nod T..................F-2 Clautten St, Greenville. S. C Dodson, Sara Jane.......................Rt. I. Piedmont. S. C. Doffin. Jamet E, Jr......................Rt. 6. Charletton. S. C. Dommick. Kay .... 1417 Johnstone St, Newberry. S. C. Dominick. Mary................ 209 ''N" Ave, Anderton. S. C. Dominick. Patricia . . . 1012 N. Harper St, Lauren . S. C. Donnan. Hugh H..................................Tigerville. S. C. Drake. Thoma M. ... 34 Gallivan St, Greenville. S. C. Drexler. John B, Jf,................Box 97. Honea Path. S.C. Duarte, Hugo A...................................Tigerville. S. C. DuBosc. John C, Jr. . . . 1907 Home Ave, Hart ville. S. C. Ducker. George A.........................Bo 872. Bamberg, S.C. Durham, Bill G............................. Rt. 2. Picken . S. C. Durham, Geraldine .... 107 Mary St, Greenville, S. C. Durham. Marlowe T.....................Rt. 2. Traveler Rest. S.C. 199STUDENT DIRECTORY—Continued T CUn Name Address Class Name Address So. Durham. Martha.............................Boi 56. Landrum, S. C. Sr. Durham. Thomas G.......................Lyles Ave.. Landrum. S. C. So. Dyches. Obie D..............................Rt. I. 8lackville. S. C. Fr. Dyches. Owen L.............................Rt. I. Blackville, S. C. Fr. Dyer. Carolyn .... 525 Thompson Blvd., Union. S. C. Jr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Gr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Fr. So. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Edens. Benny M...................112 W. Elm St.. Florence. S. C. Edens. Jean..................... 520 E. Main St.. Easley. S. C. Edens. Mary Dean................................Sis Mile. S. C. Edwards. Vernon G.........................Bos 224. Bartwell. Ga. Edwards. Williom R. . , . 224 Main. Monels Comer. S. C. Elliott. John E......................Bo 451. Lancaster. S. C. Elliott. Philip L..........................Boiling Springs. N. C. Ellis. Robert L.................. 3054 Acorn Rd.. Augusta. Ga. Ellison. Evelyn .... 1203 Home Ave.. Hartsville. S. C. Erwin. Rose.................. 305 S. Ervin St.. Darlington. S. C. Eskcw, George M. . . . 129 Capers St.. Greenville. S. C. Eskcw, Harry L . . . 311 Irwin Ave„ Spartanburg. S. C. Eskcw. Thomas J.. Jr. . 1311 E. North St.. Greenville. S. C. Estes. Richard L..........................Rt. 8. Greenville. S. C. Evans. Edith........................................Cameron. S. C. Evans. Nancy (2nd Sem. Fr.) . . Rt. 3. 8ox 109. Andrews. S. C. Evans, Ray E.................................Rt. I. Buffalo, S. C. Evans. Roberto......................Rt. 3. Box 109. Andrews, S. C. Ezell. Betty...................... 302 Austin Dr.. Gaffney. S. C. Jr. Faile. Ina.................................Box 147, Kershaw. S. C. Fr. Follaw, Billy K.........................501 Byrd, Columbia. S. C. Jr. Font, Gcno.............................Box 293. Winnsboro, S. C. So. Fayonsky. James L................. 702 W. Main. Wolholla. S. C. Fr. Felder. James C.. Jr. . . . Rt. 10. Charleston Heights. S. C. Jr. Feeley. Bobbie . . . 124 S. Palmetta Blvd.. Clemson. S. C. Jr. Feezor, Ann................................Rt. 7. Lexington. N. C. Fr. Fender. Betty Anne....................................yemassee. S. C. Jr. Fennell. Thomas S. . . . 8 E. Circle Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Jr. Ferguson. Mox E..................28 W. Hillcrest. Greenville. S. C. Sr. Ferris. Abraham G....................................Drayton. S. C. So. Finllea. Alton C.. Jr..................Richardson St., Latta. S. C. So. Finley. Robert Q............................Rt. I. Easley, S.C. So. Fisher, Lannie................................Rt. 2. Greer, S. C. Fr. Fleming. Mory Anne......................Rt. I, Wore Shoals. S.C. Fr. Flowers. Bobby Ray.........................Rt. I. Lake City. S. C. Jr. Floyd, C. Darrell........................Rt. I, Thomosville. N. C. Fr. Floyd. Juanita.................... 528 W. Tugalo. Toccoa. Go. Sr. Flynn, Joyce......................Box 263. Spartanburg. S. C. Fr. Fogle. Millie .... 1726 Tippah Ave.. Charlotte. N. C. So. Foremon, Rodney M. . . . 1876 Rose St.. Sarasota. Ha. Sr. Forsyth. Hugh H. . . . 339 Thompson Ave.. Donora. Po. Sr. Forrester. Gory T...........................Rt. 3. Taylors. S.C. Fr. Fort. Jean.................... 300 Argonne Dr.. Charlotte. N. C. Fr. Foster. Jackie T............................Rt. 4, Easley. S. C. Jr. Fox. Barbara.........................Jervey Rd.. Greenville. S. C. Jr. Fox. Williom Douglas . 2709 Pinecraft Rd.. Greensboro. N. C. Fr. Fox. William R........................... 3019 8th Ave.. Tampo. Ha. So. Froker. Anno Clyde........................Rt. 8. Greeneville. Tenn. Jr. Froley. Fred Richard.................................Wayland. Ky. Jr. Franks. Betty...............................Rt. 4. Greenville. S. C. So. Freeland. Robert H. . . 1116 Moplc St.. Conshohoclen. Pa. Jr. Frecmon, Batsie . . . . Rt. I. Box 206. Greenville. S.C. So. Freemon. Charles F...........................Box 56. Tuxedo. N. C. Fr. Freemon. Dora Ann.......................Rt. I. Westminster. S. C. So. Freeman. Fred J.......................................Lanctt. Ala. Sr. Freeman. C. B..............................Rt. 2. Easley, S. C. Fr. Freeman. Jacqueline................Rt. 2. Box 493. Easley. S. C. Fr. Freeman, James P..........................Dacusville. S. C. Jr, Freeman. Lawrence C.. Jr................Dacusville. S. C. So. Freeman. Mona Ruth..........................Rt. I, Greenville. S. C. Fr. Freeman. Shirley Fay......................Dacusville. S. C. So. Freeman. Williom L.. Jr......................Rt. 2. Easley, S. C. Jr. Fulbright. Robert Guy ...... Rt. 3. Waynesvillc. N. C. So. Funderburk. Jeon F. . . ................Rt. 2. Pageland. S. C. Fr. Furman. Nell .... 708 Prospect Ave.. Hot Springs. Ark. Fr. Furr. Ada Ann...............................Box 223, Clinton, S. C. So. Gaines. Bobby C..............Park Cr.. Old Hickory. Tenn. So. Gaines. Billy ........ Park Cr.. Old Hickory, Tenn. Fr. Goincs. Jomes H.. Jr. . 315 W. Stone Ave.. Greenville, S. C. Fr. Gainey, James C.. Jr............Box 43. Hartsville. S. C. Fr. Galloway. Albert B...............Main St.. Trenton. S.C. Sr. Galloway. Sora............................Trenton. S. C. Jr. Jr. So. Fr. So. Fr. Sr. Fr. So. Sr. Jr. So. Jr. So. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. So. So. Jr. Fr. Jr. So. Fr. Sr. So. Jr. Fr. Jr. So. Sr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Fr. So. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr. So. Jr. Fr. Sr. Fr. So. Jr. Jr. So. Fr. Fr. Gambrell. Ansel K.....................Rt. I. Travelers Rest. S.C. Gambrell, Sarah Ann . . 20 Tomassee Ave., Greenville. S. C. Gant, Donald L...........................Rt. I, Swannanoa, N. C. Gantt. James S...................40 Loring PI.. Sumter. S. C. Garrett. Jimmie Lee . . . 709 Bury St.. Orangeburg, S. C. Garrett. Milfred L . . 127 E. Wclborn St.. Greenville. S. C. Garrett. Ozie L. . . . 1203 Woodside Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Garrison, Claudia . . . 1702 Green Hills Dr.. Nashville. Tenn. Garrison. Donnie C..................311 Ook Lane. Liberty. S.C. Gathings. Eleanor . . 104 N. 9th St., Bessemer City. N. C. Gault. Tommie...........................Rt. 2. Simpsonville. S. C. Gay. Robert K..........................Box 397. Winnsboro. S. C. Gay. William H.............................Box III. Taylors. S. C. Gentry, Hugh E...............13-A Lewis Vil., Greenville. S. C. George. Albert. Jr. . . . 400 Stewart St., Greenville. S. C. George. Darien .... I7-A-2 Bailey Ct.. Anderson. S. C. Gettys. Ruth Anne . . . 209 N. Mountain St.. Union. S. C. Gibson. Ann...................312 Catherine St.. Easley. S.C. Gifford. Robert M. . . 2335 E. North St.. Greenville. S. C. Gilbert, Gotha C.. Jr. . . 723 Edisto Ave., Charleston. S. C. Gillespie. Donald E. . . 154 Augusta Ct.. Greenville. S. C. Gillespie. John D. . . . 105 President St.. Greenville. S. C. Gilneath, Jean .... 24 Hawthorne Lone. Greenville. S. C. Godbold, Jeon H..........................Box 382. Dillon, S. C. Godfrey. Barbara Ann . . . Rt. 2. Box 63. Nichols. S. C. Godshoil. Ann.........................106 South St.. Union. S.C. Goldsmith, Barbara . . 5 W. Augusta Dr.. Greenville. S. C. Goldsmith. Nancy . . 2319 Augusta Rd.. Greenville. S. C. Goodman, Barbara.......................Rt. 2. Westminster. S. C. Goodnough, Charles D. . . . 316 Orders St.. Greenville. S'C. Goodson. Charles T........................Rt. 2. Hartsville. S. C. Gordon. Brock 8. . . 315 Evarts N. E.. Washington. D. C. Goss. Edgor R..................17 Irene Cr.. Greenville. S. C. Gragg. Alan W................... 929 Egmont St.. Brunswick. Go. Gragg. Carolyn.................. 929 Egmont St.. Brunswick. Ga. Graham, Beaufort L.....................Rt. I. Williamston. S. C. Graham, Beverly..................GHIsbrook Rd.. Lancaster, S. C. Graham. Bobby D......................• Elm St.. Greenville. S. C. Grant, James M. . . . Confederate Ave.. Rock Hill. S.C. Green. Betty Ann.........................Rt. I, Lynchburg. S. C. Green. Mory Evelyn .... 203 North Ave., Greer. S.C. Greene. Jimmy P.............................Rt. 5, Greer.S.C Greenwood. Robert E.. Jr..................Rt. 6. Greenville, S. C. Greer. Lewis F.......................... 36 5th Ave., Poo. S. C. Gregory, Alvo . . . . Rt. 4. Box 239, Greenville. S. C. Gregory. Jack H.. Jr. . . 106 Central Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Griffin. Danny W..........................Rt. I, Greenville. S. C. Griffin. Joon....................Box 300. Travelers Rest. S.C. Griffith. Blake L. ... 109 Chandler St.. Greenville. S. C. Griffin. Steve.......................Rowland Rd.. Foirmont, S. C. Griggs. Robert E..........................Rt. 4. Hartsville. S. C. Guest. Anna.....................28 Pinkney St.. Greenville. S. C. Guest. Thomas D...........................Rt. 7. Greenville. S. C. Gulledgc, Carl O................................Wedgefield. S. C. Gulledge, William G.. Jr. . G-l Claussen St.. Greenville. S.C. Gurley. Helen..................Green St.. Ruthcrfordton. N. C. Guy. Barbara Jo .... 28 Sunset Dr.. Greenville. S. C. Gwinn. Bradford W. . . . 496 Pinckney Ct.. Spartanburg. S. C. Gwinn. Charles E............. 496 Pinckney Ct.. Spartanburg. S. C. Fr. Hack. Mory Gladys..........................Rt. 5. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Hoight. Front R.................. 302 Boulevord. Anderson, S. C. Jr. Haight. Mary Mortho . . . 302 Boulevard. Anderson. S. C. So. Holford. Robert V. . . . 5111 Coloniol Dr.. Columbia. S. C. Jr. Hall. Isabelle .... 141 Augusta Ct.. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Hall. Rochelle .... Rt. 9. Box 186. N. Charleston. S. C. So. Mall. Roy P. . . . 204 N. Fronklin Rd.. Greenville, S. C. Fr. Hall. W.lliam E..........................Box I. W.lliamston. S. C. Fr. Hall. W.lliam R. . . . 205 Oakland Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Sr. Hall. W.lliam R..............................Rt. 3. Pelxer. S. C. Jr. Hallman. Williom 8. . 1655 Rosewood St.. Spartanburg. S. C. So. Homel. Dole L...........................R. F. D. 3. Massillon. Ohio Sr. Homes. Jack E.....................H Spring St., Drayton. S.C. Fr. Homlin. Charles A......................104 Lee St.. Liberty, S.C. Fr. Homilton. Paul M. . . 117 St. Margaret St.. Charleston. S. C. Jr. Hommett. Alfred B. . . . 8 "B" St.. Judson. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Hanberry. Jack A....................................Denmark. S.C. So. Hancock, Alexander H. . . . 109 Front St.. Oxford. N. C. Sr. Hancock. Barbara 8. (Mrs.) . • McRae Rd.. Camden. S.C. 101 Atwood St.. Greenville, S. C. 200STUDENT DIRECTORY—Continued Class Name Addicts Class Ntmc Addicts Jr. Hancock. Hughey L. . . 101 Atwood St.. Gieenville. S. C. Fr. Hancock. James B. . . . 2224 N. W. 81st St.. Miami, Fla. Fi. Hancock, Maitin D. . . 1002 W. Cedar St.. Floiencc. S. C. So. Hanks. William F.. Jr. . . . 506 Broad St.. Statesville. N. C. Fi. Harbm. Susan . . . . 815 Adams St.. Westminster. S. C. Fi. Harden. Patricia .... 404 Ravcnal St.. Columbia. S. C. Sr. Harding. Nell .... 403 Pcttigru St.. Greenville. S. C. So. Harper. Andrew H.. Jr. . . 1620 Club Rd.. Charlotte. N. C. Fr. Harris. George L. . . . 1206 Gregg Ave.. Florence. S. C. Jr. Harris. Jack T.....................................Sulligcnt, Ala. Jr. Harris. Joyce . 4 Chadwick Rd.. Wmdemerc. Charleston. S. C. Jr. Harris. Nancy ....... Harrison Ave., Walhalla, S. C. Fr. Harris. Roberta.........................Monroe St.. 8revard. N. C. So. Harrison. Boyce E. . . . B-2 Graham Fid., Greenville. S. C. So. Harrison.Caroline................... 302 Church St.. Greer. S. C. Fr. Hartsell. Albert S.. Jr. . . . 539 Liberty St.. Rock Hill. S. C. Sr. Hartsell, Caroline.................Rt. I. Travelers Rest. S. C. Fr. Harvell. Kenneth T........................Rt. 8. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Hatcher. Carlos L...............................Rt. 2. Seneca. S. C. So. Hawkins. Franklin 0. . . 404 Community St.. Rock Hill. S. C. Fr. Hawkins. Hugh A. . . . Rt. 3. 8ox 333. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Hawkins. Nora Faye (2nd Sem. Fr.) . . Rt. 3. Greer. S. C. Jr. Hawkins. Wesley L............................... Swannanoa. N. C. Jr. Hayes. Eugene F...................HO Jones Ave.. Greenville, S. C. Fr. Heape. Jean.................................Rt. 2. Eastovcr. S. C. Fr. Hearon. Clara Virginia .... 17 Lee St., Bishopville. S. C. Jr. Heckle. Anita......................Hillcrest Or.. Chester. S. C. Jr. Hembree. James T...................313 Hart St.. Union. S. C. Sr. Henderson. Clinton D......................Box 294. Chesnee. S. C. Jr. Henderson. Sue Anderson (Mrs.) . . . Rt. 2. Taylors. S.C. Fr. Henderson. William E.. Jr. . 28 E. Tallulah Dr.. Greenville. S. C. So. Hendricks. James E.. Jr.....................Main St.. Pickens. S. C. Jr. Hendrix. 8 lly M. . . 107 Engtsuh Ave.. Chickamauga. Ga. Jr. Hendrix, Leonard........................Rt. 3. Simpsonville. S. C. Sr. Henson. Louie G.....................................Marietta. S. C. So. Herman. Ruth .... 106 Sunnyside Dr., Greenwood, S. C. So. Herndon. Norman C. . . 606 Pinckney St.. Greenville. S. C. So. Herring. James A.. Jr. . . 21S S. Main St.. Moultrie. Ga. Fr. Herren. Kenneth D.................................Eastanollee, Ga. So. Hester, Catherine........................Box 156. Lake Park. Fla. Jr. Hester. William R...................2 Elrod St.. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Hewitt. John M............................Box 218. Florence. S. C. Jr. Hicks. Helen...............................Rt. 8. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Hicks. Lula Anne.............................Rt. 2. Gaffney. S. C. Sr. Higgins. Sara Ruth...........................Rt. I. Hodges. S. C. Sr. Hightower, Loyal G.. it..............................Bamberg, S. C. So. Hilderbrand. Robert M.........................Rt. 2. Cameron. S. C. Fr. Hill. Barbara......................................Varnville, S. C. Jr. Hill. Harold D..............................Pine St.. Greer. S. C. Fr. Hill. Nelle........................Hill Rd.. Timmonsville. S. C. Fr. Hill. Rivanna............................Box 25. Cross Hill. S. C. Fr. Hillard. 8obby H. . . 502 E. LaFayette St.. Salisbury. N. C. Fr. Hillyer. Otis R...............................Rt. 2. Easley. S.C. Jr. Hinds. Douglas L....................Willowbank. Georgetown. S C. Fr. Hinson. Joyce .... 3207 Lakewood Ave., Columbia. S. C. Jr. Hiott. Barnett 0.................21 Jones Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Jr. Hodgens. Delmas G............................Box 304, Taylors, S. C. Sr. Hokhold. Julius M. . . 26 Washington PI.. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Holbrook. Barbara..........................Rt. 6. Anderson. S. C. Jr. Holcombe. Eddie C. . . . 102 Elizabeth Dr.. Greenville. S. C. Sr. Holden. Bessie Allison (Mrs.) . . . Box 38. Landrum, S.C. Sr. Holland. Robert B. . . . 8 Fairview St.. Fountain Inn. S.C. Fr. Holland. Wells D. ... 205 W. Prentiss. Greenville. S. C. Sr. Holley. Maurice E. . 267 Barcelona Rd., W. Palm Beach, Fla. So. Holliday. Charles E....................S Graham St., Easley. S. C. Sr. Hollister. Julia N. (Mrs.) . 105 Townes St.. Greenville. S. C. So. Holmes. Robert M....................Box 285. Huntersville. S. C. So. Horton. Samuel M............................Rt. 4. Pageland. S. C. Fr. Horton. W.lliam G...................................Pageland. S. C. Jr. Horton. William L. . . 1325 Winthrop Dr.. Rock Hill. S.C. Sr. Hottell. David T..........................Box 83. Glendale. S. C. Fr. Hough. Jan..................................Box 16. Nichols. S.C. So. Howard. Charles E. . . • 39 Druid St.. Greenville. S. C. Sr. Howard. Dan I...........................................Dale. S. C. Jr. Howard. Edward J. ... 78 Grace St.. Greenville. S. C. Jr. Howard. Richard . . . Summit Dr.. Greenville. S. C. Jr. Howell. Don B......................Rt- '• Travelers Rest. S. C. Fr. Howell. Kay...................................St. George. S.C. Jr. Hubbard. John R. . . . 1002 College Dr.. Gaffney. S.C. So. Hubbard. Shirley .... ’09 Mohawk Dr., Florence. S. C. So. Huckaby. Riley N. . . 9 University Ridge. Greenville. S. C. Jr. Hudson. John A.. Jr. . . Isaquecna Apts.. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Hudson, Sara Atha.........................................Rt. 4. Greer, S. C. Sr. Huff. Billy E.................21 Thruston St.. Greenville. S. C. So. Huff. Clista................121 W. Faris Rd.. Greenville. S. C. So. Huggins. Sam N................................Rt. 4. Nichols. S.C. So. Hughes. Betty . . . 399 Summers Ave., Orangeburg. S. C. Gr. Hughes. Carol E.............................Box 176. Duncan. S. C. Fr. Hughes. Marian..................Jones Ave.. Simpsonville. S. C. Jr. Hughes. Marvin C. . . . 905 Colleton Ave.. Aiken. S. C. Fr. Hughes. Mary Vann...............................Old Fort. N.C. Sr. Hughes. Robert D. . . 247 S. Spring St.. Spartanburg. S. C. Fr. Hughey. Bennie M.................109 Locust St.. Clinton, S.C. Jr. Hughey. Kenneth W. . 301 Hampton Ave., Greenwood. S. C. So. Humphries. Liska . . . 25 N.W. Ave "F", Belle Glade. Fla. Sr. Humphries. Sybil.............................Rt. 5. Gaffney. S. C. Jr. Hunt. Charles W., Jr. . . 22 Broughtcn Dr.. Greenville. S. C. Jr. Hunt. Julian G. . . . 801 Crescent Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Gr. Hunt. Thomas W........................................Pickens. S. C. Sr. Hunter. Jessie Catherine .... Box 576. Ridgeland. S. C. So. Hunter, Leah .... 231 Melville Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Hutchins. Charles A. . . G-2 Claussen St.. Greenville. S. C. Jr. Hyatt. Ronald W.........................................Latta, S. C. Jr. Infinger. Talmadgc S. . . . 209 Park Rd.. Charleston. S. C. Fr. Irvin. William H...........................Rt. 8. Greenville. S. C. Sr. Isbill. Betty Jo .... 40 Morris Ave., Asheville. N. C. Sr. Ivey. Bob A..........................Chamblin St.. Woodruff. S.C. Jr. Jacks. Hal K...................23 Wallace St.. Greenville. S. C. So. Jackson. Carncss P..................... 502 2nd Ave.. Dillon. S. C. Fr. James. Joe E......................4 Archie St.. Piedmont. S. C. Fr. James. Leon G. .... 18 Kenwood Lane. Greenville. S. C. Fr. James. Sue...................216 Aaron St.. Martinsville. Va. Gr. Jarvis. Mary F.........................................Hodges. S. C. So. Jeffors. Hugh M...................1223 Waverly. Florence. S. C. Gr. Jen. Nancy Yi-Ying....................................Taiwan. China Jr. Jenkins, Vivian................130 Broadway St., Lenoir. S.C. So. Jennings. Francis B... 222 S. Bull. Columbia. S. C. Jr. Jennings, Patsy Ann . . 110 E. Stone Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Sr. Jeter, William B..............I-M Plaza Apts.. Greenville. S. C. So. Johnson. Carroll D....................................Nesmith. S. C. Gr. Johnson. David W.. Jr. . 1129 Hyman, Hendersonville. N. C. Jr. Johnson, James L. . . . 300 Houston St.. Greenville. S. C. So. Johnson. John R...................A. P. O. 46. New York. N. Y. So. Johnson. Louise .... 2208 Bay St. Ext.. Beaufort. S. C. Fr. Johnson. Robert E...............................Lake View. S. C. So. Johnson. Sybil..........................Rt. 3. Travelers Rest. S.C. Jr. Johnson. Thomas L...............1053 N. 34th Ave.. Miami, Fla. Fr. Johnston. William R...................Rt. 5. Hendersonville. N. C. Sr. Johnston. Margaret ... 33 Briardiff Dr.. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Jollie. Billy G............................Rt. I. Anderson. S. C. Fr. Jones. Beverly.................101 Franklin Dr.. Florence. S. C. Fr. Jones. Carroll C...................117 Asbury. Greenville. S. C. So. Jones. Charles V.........................................Rt. 3. Taylors. S C. Fr. Jones. Clarke A...............Sharon Hill Rd., Charlotte. N. C. So. Jones. Clyde....................................Rt. I. Saluda. N.C. Jr. Jones. Harold E............................................Sandy Springs. S.C. Jr. Jones. Harry.................Ill College St.. Greenville. S. C. So. Jones. Joe K.................213 Oregon St.. Greenville. S. C. Jr. Jones. Martin C.. Jr. . . 82 Crestview Apt., Greenville. S. C. Sr. Jones. Sara Frances ... 137 Capers St.. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Jones. Wm. Ezell ... IS Blue Ridge Dr.. Greenville. S. C. Jr. Jordan. Eunice . 6 Albermarle Dr.. Carolina Ter.. Charleston. S. C. Sr. Jordan. James D. . 6 Albermarle Dr.. Caro. Ter..Charleston. S. C. Fr. Justis. Charlync .... 402 Cutler St.. Greeneville. Tenn. So. Kay. Lewis M................210 Henrietta St.. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Keenan. Johnny H. . . . 215 Elizabeth St.. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Keith, Ryan Dale . . . • HO Sumner St.. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Keller. Elbert.....................Providence Rd.. Gaffney. S.C. Jr. Keller. James H............... 4230 Kilboume. Columbia. S. C. Sr. Kelley. Ralph E.......................17 Kim St.. Greenville. S. C. So. Kelly. Lloyd E. . . . Rt. 56. White Horse Rd.. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Kelly. Mary Shepard (Mrs.) . Rt. 7. Box 489. Greenville. S.C. Fr. Kendrick. Karolyn . . . 109 Westmoreland Ave.. Greer. S. C. So. Kendrick, Robert M. . . D-6 Graham Fid.. Greenville. S. C. Jr. Kennemore. Eloise . . . . 215 W. Faris Rd.. Greenville. S. C. So. Kerby. Robert Y.....................SI Allen St.. Charleston, S. C. So. Kerns. James T....................12 King St., Greenville. S. C. 201STUDENT DIRECTORy—Continued Class Name Addtctt Class Name Addrcu Fr. Ketchie. Wanda .... 705 Carolina Ave., Spencer. N. C. Ft. Khadhiri, Ridah M.....................................Baghdad, Iraq Jr. Kilgore. John 0..........................Rt. I. Simpsonville, S. C. So. Kilpatrick. Harry D..................22 Duke St., Greenville, S. C. Jr. King. Andy.............................510 Dellwood, Greenville. S. C. Ft. King. Carolyn . 2-D Poinsett Apt .. Summit Dr.. Greenville. S. C. Jr. King. Charles G., Jr........412 North 8", Easley. S.C. Sr. King. Hildo Ann . . . 512 Baker St.. Kings Mountain. N. C. Fr. King, Thomas A.. Jr..............119 Cumberland. Easley, S. C. So. Kmnett, Albert D. . . . 408 Tarplcy St., Burlington, S. C. Sr. Kisselburg, James A...........................Rt. 2. Candler. N.C. Fr. Klme. Barbara . . . 139 Elmwood Ave.. Ho-Ho-Kus. N. J. Jr. Klinger, Donna Dee . . . Jeda-Ki Acres. Rt. I, Liberty, S. C. So. Knight, Betty..................301 Main St.. Chesterfield. S. C. Sr. Knighton. Donald Lee .... 6 Woodruff. Woodruff. S. C. Sp. Knox. Kenneth Walls ... 12 Longforcst. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Kogcr. Elaine . . . . Rt. I. River Rd.. Johns Island. S. C. Fr. Kolans. Richard A.........................54 Quick, Raritan. N. J. Fr. Konduras. Jimmy S...............3 Barrett St.. Greenv.lle. S. C. Jr. Kyber. Alan Herbert . . . 4006 62th St., Brookmont. Md. Jr. LaBoon. Jimmy Robert.....................214 S. Main, Greer. S. C. Fr. LaCoste. Flora Mae . . . S. Calhoun St.. 8ishopvi!le. S. C. Fr. Lance. Jolly....................715 Pendleton. Greenville. S. C. Sp. Landreth. Ray Eugene . 507 Hampton Ave., Greenville. S. C. Jr. Landreth. Wm. M. . . . 5-8 McCrary St.. Greenville, S. C. So. Lanford. Elaine..................E. Georgia St.. Woodruff. S. C. Jr. Lanlord. Jean.....................15 Tyler St.. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Langley. Furman B...................Box 512. Mt. Pleasant. S. C. Fr. Lark. Marion Dodson . . 19 W. Main, Wore Shoals, S. C. Sp. Larsson, Sunc.................................................Sweden Fr. Lathem. Richard Frank..........................Rt. 3, Easley. S. C. Fr. Latimer. Mory Louise.....................Rt. 2. Simpsonville. S. C. Fr. Lowtimote. Annie Sue......................Rt. 2. Hemingway. S. C. Sr. Lawson. Kenneth R. . . 205 Saluda Rd.. Greenwood. S .C. So. Lawton. James Kirk...............................Kingstree, S. C. Jr. Leach. James M.................231 Mt. View, Greenville. S. C. So. Leathers. Martha Ellen .... 4 Anderson St.. Pel er. S. C. Sr. Lee. Betty . . . . 312 S. Jefferies 8!vd.. Walterboro. S. C. So. Lee. Robert Earle...........................Rt. I. Landrum. S. C. Fr. Lee. Shirley . . . 919 Third Ave. W.. Hendersonville, N. C. Sr. Leonard. Thomas J...............................Rt. 5. Greer. S. C. So. Lever. Sara Lou ... IE. Hillcrest Dr.. Greenville, S. C. Sp. Levy. Andre.............................................Pans. France Fr. Lewallon. Bill E- Jr. . . 27 Rock Creek Dr.. Greenville. S. C. Sr. Lindler, Demetrius .... II Walnut St.. Startcx. S. C. So. Lindler, Francis M................201 Fox St.. Lancaster. S. C. Fr. Lmdlcr. Gloria Jean.................................Leesville. S. C. Jr. Lmdsay, W. Marshall........................I Haynes. Greer, S. C. Jr. Lipscomb. Joan............................Rt. 2. Walhalla. S. C. Jr. Lister. Bobbie Jean . . 127 E. Moore St.. Rock Hill, S. C. So. Littlefield. Carole . . 516 Hampton Dr.. Spartanburg. S. C. Sr. Littlejohn. Adrian M...........................Rt. 3. Shelby. N. C. Fr. Littlejohn. Carolyn . . . 735 Otis Blvd.. Spartanburg. S.C. Jr. Lockhart. James S................. 224 E. Smith. Gaffney. S. C. Fr. Lollis, Billy Earl ... 35 Smythc. Duncan. Greenville. S. C. Gr. Loper. Mary Helen .... 108 Wilshire. Greenville. S. C. Sr. Lott. Mary Frances..................................Williston, S. C. Fr. Lovelace, Joyce....................................Townville, S. C. Fr. Lowe. Benjamin F.. Jr. . 832 Edgcmont. Rock Hill. S.C. Fr. Ludlam, Joe Henry.......................10th Ave.. Conway. S. C. Jr. Ludwig. Billie ... 60 2 Buncombe St.. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Lyle. Grady H.. Jr. . . . 219 Charlotte. Rock Hill. S.C. Fr. Lynch. David E.............106 N. Franklin Rd.. Greenville, S. C. So. Lynn. Charles E.................17 Sitka Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Lyon. James F............................Kershaw St.. Cheraw. S. C. Jr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Fr. So. So. Fr. Fr. Gr. Fr. McAbee. Vernon E..................................Landrum. S.C. McCafferty, William L. . . 25 Eastview Dr.. Greenville. S. C. McCall. Frances...........................Rt. I. Pelier. S. C. McCall. James 8.. Jr..............160 Hill St.. Greenville. S. C McCarter. Dan W....................... 205 Nolane. Greer, S.C. McCaskill, John B..................Lynwood Dr.. Lancaster. S. C. McClain. William C. . . . 17 Elm St.. Great Falls. S. C. McClellan. John M.....................108 7th Ave., Easley. S. C. McCombs. Carol..........................Smyth St., Belton, S.C. McCombs. Jane............................Smyth St.. 8clton, S. C. McConnell. Carey Jo.....................Rt. 10. Charlotte. N. C. McBcrrle. James G........................Rt. 5. Greenville, S. C. McCoy. Everard A. ... 71 Montgomery. Graniteville. S. C. Fr. Fr. So. So. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Sr. So. Jr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Fr. So. So. Fr. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. So. So. Jr. Sp. Sr. Jr. Fr. So. So. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Jr. So. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. So. So. Jr. So. So. So. Jr. So. Sp. Jr. Fr. Sr. Fr. So. Jr. McCoy. Roy Maxie.................. 302 Southway, Easley. S. C. McCracken. Reuben G. . Apt 90. Crcstview. Greenville. S. C. McCraney. Thomas S................Arlington Ave., Greer. $. C. McCrary. Sarah...........................Rt. I, 8revard, N.C. McCravy. Frank E. . . . 101 Vannoy St.. Greenville. S. C. McCray. Margaret........................Rt. 4. Monroe. N.C. McCuen, Charles M. . . 30 W. Tallulah Dr., Greenville. S. C. McCuen, Mary Jane .... 16 Neal St.. Greenville. S. C. McDade, Roy Dale . Apt. A-1. Graham Fid.. Greenville. S. C. McDaniel. Helen .... 3406 Monroe St.. Columbia. S. C. McOuffie. Koye .... 1003 King Ave.. Florence. S.C. McEeochern. 8 ll C.................14 Myrtle. Concord. N. C. McElhannon, Eugene. Jr.................................Iva.S. C. McElrath, Mary Jane.................................Roebuck, S.C. McGee. Carol . . 19 E. Mountain View Ave.. Greenville. S. C. McGee, Daniel B........................Rt. I. Anderson. S.C. McGee, June................................Fountain Inn. S. C. McGee. Kay . . Rt. I. Old Town Rd.. Winston-Salem. N. C. McGee. Sandra . 19 E. Mountain View Ave.. Greenville. S. C. McGriff. Fred Chas.....................Carnes Dr.. Marietta. Ga. McGuirt, James 8...........................Rt. 3. Camden. S.C. McJunkin. Pearl . . Rt. I. Saluda Dam Rd.. Greenville. S. C. McKinley. Judy M...........................Rt. 2. Pendleton. S. C. McKinney. John R. . . 25 Underwood Ave.. Greenville. S. C. McKinney. Phil E.............................Rt. 2. Kirklin, Ind. McKinney. Rolph W.................... 700 Edisto, Johnston. S. C. McHahan, Clarence R. . . Lowndes Hill Rd., Greenville, S. C. McManaway. John E. . . 15 Douglas Dr.. Greenville. S. C. McManaway. Nancy . . 117 W. Earle St.. Greenville. S. C. McManus, Thomas. Jr....Rt. 2. Lancaster. S. C. McManus. Tommy Dave....Rt. 5. Lancaster. S. C. McMinn. Delano T.....................................Toccoa. Ga. McMinn. Don Jackson . . . 238 Morningsidc Dr.. Toccoa. Go. McNeely. Al Raymond . . 22 Rowley St.. Greenville. S. C. McQueen. Betty Jo......................Dogwood Dr.. Mullins. S. C. Machen. Jean.................215 Perry Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Machcn. Tierce R.. Jr.........................Rt. I. Lyman. S.C. Mackey, Barbara........................Rt. 3. Honea Path. S. C. MacKinnon. Jo Anne 301 Williamston Rd.. Anderson. S. C. MacNces. Nancy . . . 1405 N. Main St.. Greenville. S. C. Maddox. Sidney Jay . . 1303 Austin Ave.. LaGrange. Ga. Mahaffey. James P..................Phney Cr.. Simpsonville. S. C. Mainwaring. Emily . 518 White Pine Dr., Hendersonville. N. C. Mann. Clayton J............................Rt. 3. Candler. N.C- Manning. Raymond L................................Ridgeville. S. C. Mao. Li Ling (Lillian) ... 23 Stafford Rd.. Kowloon Tong. Hongkong. China Marchbanks. Charles J. . . . 309 Cornelia. Greenville. S. C. Marlowe. Thos. F.. Jr. . . . Mills Home. Thomasville. N. C. Martin. Charlie J.......................Main St.. 8lackville. S. C. Martin. Clyde J.................12 Don Dr.. Greenville. S. C. Martin. Frank D........... 236 LocUand. Winston-Salem. N. C. Martin. John T.......................123 Mahaffey. Belton. S.C. Martin. Marietta .... 608 Bonham Ct.. Anderson. S. C. Martin, Martha..........................St. Lo Cr.. Easley. S.C. Martin. Sara Frances...................Rt. 3. Anderson. $. C. Mason. William Wendell . . 216 Sycamore. Greenville. S. C. Massey. James L...............................Rt. 5, Greer. S. C. Massey. Joseph D...............108 Biltmore. Greenville, S. C. Matthews. Ella Jane . . 112 Ackley Rd., Greenville. S-C- Matthews. John P.. Jr............... 209 Aclme. Lake City. S.C- Matthews. Louisa ... 14 Washington PI.. Greenville. S. C. Mattos. Jimmie G. . . . 530 S. Main St.. Greenville. S. C. Mau!dm, David Lee.............................Rt. 4. Easley. S.C- Mauldin. Donald E. 300 Mulberry. Greenville. S. C- Maus. Frederick S.. Jr. . . 100 W. Decatur, Greenville. S. C. Mayfield. Margery....................109 Miller St.. Greer, S. C. Mealing, Patricia . . 103 Forrest Ave., North Augusta. S. C. Mearcs. Edwin M.. Jr. . . 16 Riverside Dr.. Greenville. S. C. Meares. Joye . . Ware Shoals Inn. Ware Shoals. S. C. Medlin. Robert L. . . . 105 W. Nance. Whiteville. N. C. Meeks. Ada Margaret . . 307 Moultrie Sq.. Anderson. S. C. Meldrum. Wm. H.. Jr. . Apt. I-B. Park Hgts.. Greenville. S. C. Merritt. Charles M. . . . 19 Gallon St.. Greenville. S. C. Messer. Linda . . . 216 Leatherwood St.. Wayncsville. N. C. Metts. Joseph 0.................. 840 8erry. Orangeburg. S. C. Miles. Delos................................Rt. 2. Coward. S-C. Miller, Alfred Lee.....................43 Gray. Woodruff. S. C. Miller, Ann .... 515 Pinckney Ct.. Spartanburg. S. C. Miller, Charles J............531 W. Rankin. Gastonia, N.C- 202STUDENT DIRECTORY—Continued Class Name Address Class Jr. Miller. Gene Howard . . 24 Lawton Avc.. Greenville, S. C. Jr. So. Miller. Ted Maurice..............................Rt. 5. Union. S. C. Fr. Sr. Mimm . Eleanor . . . 106 Aberdeen Or.. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Fr. Minccy, Billy Ronald.......................................Citra. Fla. Sr. Sr. Miner. Nancy...............................................Rion, S. C. Fr. Jr. M.skelly. Roy E......................137 Charlotte. York. S. C. Fr. Sr. Mitchell. Donnis.................................Rt. 4. Saluda. S. C. Sr. Sr. Mitchell. William A.. Jr. . 218 8eeehwood. Greenville. S. C. Jr. Jr. Moehlenbrock. Charlotte . 201 Waccamaw Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Sr. Monroe. Jomes R..................Central Avc.. Honea Path. S. C. So. Sr. Monroe. Jerry C.................. 307 Hillcrest. Gastonia. N. C. Jr. Fr. Moore. Charles............................................Latta, S. C. So. So. Moore, C. Phillip.....................................Cliffside. N. C. Fr. So. Moore. Janice....................414 School St.. Kmgstree. S. C. Jr. Jr. Moore. Lou Jean.........................Rt. 5. Spartanburg. S. C. Sp. Fr. Moore. Pattic Rose.....................Bo« 177. Simpsonville. S. C. Fr. Sr. Moore. Paul A.. Jr................................Simpsonville. S. C. Jr. Jr. Moore. Paul C...............................Rt. 5. Union. $. C. Jr. Jr. Moore. William F............213 Cammer. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Jr. Moorefield. 8rona Faye.......................Rural Hall. N. C. Sr. Fr. Moorer. Robert I. . 103 Cherry. Ashley For., Charleston. S. C. Fr. So. Morgan. Hiram 8............................Ware Shoals. S. C. Fr. Jr. Morse. Joyce............................8ox 156. Laurens. S. C. Sr. Fr. Moss. James E.................... 304 Providence. Gaffney. S. C. Sr. So. Moul. Gail A. . . . 1630 Augusta St.. W. Columbia. S. C. Sp. Fr. Muckenfuss. Eileen........................8o 648. Summerville. S. C. Fr. Fr. Mullikin. Carol...................12 Wilton St.. Greenville. S. C. Jr. Jr. Mullikin. Vera .... 718 Arlington Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Sr. Sr. Murphy. Clyde E......................................Belton. S. C. Jr. Fr. Murphy. Myrtle..................• SS Milton Rd.. Joanna. S.C. Sr. Jr. Murray. Bobby G.........................Rt. 5. Greenville. S. C. Jr. Fr. Myers. Walter E.............. 2333 E. 5th St.. Charlotte. N. C. Fr. Fr. Sr. Nations. Phyllis........................Rt. 9. Concord. N. C. J». So. Neal, Ronnie S. . . - 749 Fulton St.. Spartanburg. S. C. So. Jr. Neely. Norman E.........................Rt. I. Piedmont. S. C. Sr. Fr. Nesbitt. Mavis .... 1918 Haywood Rd.. Asheville. N. C. So. Fr. Neves. Dennis E............................Rt. I. Travelers Rest. S.C. Fr. Gr. Newton. Alma L..............27 Thurston St.. Greenville. S. C. Jr. So. Newton. Charles R. . . . 990 Moss Ave.. Orangeburg. S. C. Jr. Sr. Newton. Theodore L. ... 27 Thurston St.. Greenville. S. C. Jr. Fr. Nidles. Jonnienell . . . 1607 Easley Br. Rd.. Greenville. S. C. Sp. Jr. Nickolsoo. Anne.................................Rt. 3. Taylors. S. C. Jr. So. Nickolson. Joseph R.......................7 Barton St.. Easley. $. C. Fr. Fr. Nolens. Margorie................. 655 King Ave.. Florence. S. C. So. So. Norris. Frankie..............................4 Rice St.. Easley. S. C. Fr. So. Nunn. Clyde Z. . . . 102 Parker Rd.. Oak Ridge. Tenn. Fr. Jr. So. O'Neil. Earl H. . . . 118 Wedgewood Dr.. Greenville. S. C. • So. Orman. Charlotte . . Maiden Lane. Livingston Manor. N. Y. So. Orr. Martha......................24 Gosncll Ave., Inman. S. C. Sr. Sr. Osborne. Dee Ann . . 206 W. Prentiss Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Fr. O'Shields. Alvin B......................Rt. 56. Greenville. S. C. So. Fr. Osteen. William G. . . • 202 Cornelia St.. Greenville. S. C. Sr. So. Outen. Peggy................. 663 E. Mam St.. Rock Hill. S.C. So. Outen. Sylvia..........................................Pageland. S. C. Jr, So. Overton. Martha....................Boi 247. Hendersonville. N. C Sr. Jr. Owen. Eloisc.....................................Rt. I. Central. S.C. So. Jr. Owenby. Burnett C............4 Nona St.. Greenville. S. C. Jr. Jr. Owens. A. Jennings . . 1815 Marlboro Avc.. Barnwell. S. C. Jr. Fr. Owens. Charles J...............................Rt. 2. Kershaw. S. C. Fr. Fr. Owens. Dean E................Marlboro St.. Barnwell. S. C. Sp. Jr. Owens. Douglas C.................................Rt. I, Easley. S.C. Jr. Sr. Owens. Louise...........................Box 1402. Tryon. N.C. Sr. Jr. Owens. Rachael....................1314 K.ng Ave.. Florence. S. C. Jf. So. . . . Arlington Ave.. Greer. S.C. Fr. . . . 4 Kirby St.. Woodruff. S.C. Fr. ...................Ridgeway. S. C. Jr. . 404 Strand Ct.. Greenwood. S. C. Sr. 111 Williams St.. Greenville, S. C. Fr. . . . . R.R. St.. Pickens. S.C. Jr. , . . . 313 Church St.. Sumter. S. C. So. .....................Williamston, S. C. Fr. . . . 410 Hillcrest. Columbia. S. C. Jr. . . . . Rt. 4. Timmonsvillc. S. C. Fr. . . . . Catawba St.. Clover. S. C. Sr. ...................Brevard. N. C. Jr. 2109 Chambwood Dr.. Charlotte. N.C. Jr. 528 Avondale Dr.. Columbia. S. C. So. Fr. Paget Benjamin L. . . Jr. Padgett. Elncda . . . Fr. Palmer. Betty . . • • So. Pardue. Mary Ann . . Sr. Park. Charles A. Jr. Parker. Harold W. . • Fr. Parker. John R. . . . Gr. Parker, Leona M. . . Jr. Parker. Milton D. . . Fr. Parnell. Elvin E.. Jr. Sr. Parrish, Floyd L. . • • Sr. Parrish. Patricia . . • Fr. Parrot. Robert M. . . Fr. Pate. James A. . . Name Address Patrick. Emmett L. Jr. . . 100 W.lliams St.. Lake City. S.C. Patterson. Robert D. . 519 5th Ave W., Hendersonville. N. C. Patty. Lou......................Rt. 6. Box 297, Greenville. S. C. Patty. Richard R................Rt. 6. Box 297, Greenville. S. C. Patty. Sue......................Rt. 6. Box 297, Greenville. S. C. Poyne. Larry E.............217 W. Faris Rd.. Greenville. S. C. Payne. Thomas E................................Rt. 3. Toccoa. Ga. Pearce. Philip...............................Rt. 2. Nichols. S.C. Peden. Joe W...................................Rt. 2. Pelier. S. C. Peden. William S.. Jr..........................Rt. 2. Pelier. S. C. Peeples. Mary Lou.....................................Estill. S. C. Peirano. Emily .... 214 Elnabeth St. Greenville. S. C. Penland. Jerry D.......................Barbare Ave., Greer. S.C. Pennell. Glain S................ 207 E. 7th. Kannapolis. N. C. Pennell. John D.................211 Townes St.. Greenville, S. C. Perdue. Charlie P. . C-4 Graham Fid., Greenville. S. C. Pctrakos. Spero S...............24 Croft St„ Greenville. S. C. Pettit. Leland E................ 328 Jones Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Petty. Bill G..............301 E. Robinson St.. Gaffney. S.C. Pfaff, Lawrence A. . . . 186 Columbia St.. Greenville. Pa. Pfeifer. Richard P. . 324 Cleveland Ave., Hasbroock Hgts., N. J. Phanchct. Somkid.............................Bcngkok. Thailand Phillips. Ann Marie . . 2616 Augusta Rd.. Greenville. S. C. Phillips. Helen.............................Box 383. Joanna. S. C. Phillips. Henry J............... 509 Mills Ave., Greenville. S. C. Phillips. Jomes E.. Jr. . . 129 Aberdeen Dr.. Greenville. S. C. Phillips. Martha.............................Williamston. S. C. Pittman. Ann.............................Box 53. Columbus. N. C. Pittmon. David F. . . 412 N. Main St.. Burlngton. N. C. Pitts. Charles H. . , . . . 1614 lola Dr., Valdosta. Ga. Plagianis. Gus S.................8 Super Hwy., Greenville. S. C. Platt. Wilfred C..........................Yonges Island. S.C. Plyler. James D. . . . 308 University Ridge, Greenville. S. C. Plyler. John L., Jr. . . 308 University Ridge. Greenville. S. C. Poole. Alfred J.. Jr. . . 300 McDonald Ave., Greenville, S. C. Poole. Marcia....................................Clemson.S.C. Pool. Rita ...... 406 Pettigru St„ Greenville. S. C. Poore. Roger S............................Ellis St.. Joanna. S.C. Popson. John................... 339 Slocum St.. Swoyervillc. Pa. Powers. Jock E..........................6 Mill St., Woodruff. S. C. Powers. Jomes B.....................107 Beth Dr.. Greenville. S. C. Price. Marcus F....................College St.. Wrightsvillc. Ga. Price. William W...............910 Broad St.. LaGrange. Ga. Prince. Charles E. . . 102 S. Rhett Ave.. N. Charleston. S. C. Pringles. Gus T.................107 Virginia Dr.. Sumter. S.C. Privettc. Jacqueline......................Rt. 4. Darlington, S. C. Privcttc. Jerry A. . . Short and Jackson Sts.. Concord. N. C. Privette. Leo F...........................Rt. 4. Darlington, S. C. Pruitt. Ansel L. (Auditor)..................Rt. I. Wellford. S.C. Pusser. Theodore R..............................Chesterfield. S. C. Putmon, Miriam...........................Rt. 53. Greenville. S. C. Queen. Lawrence . . 18 2nd St.. Woodside. Greenville. S. C. Quick. Joan...............121 W. Stone Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Raboo. Roland O...............................Rt. I. Lugoff. S. C. Ragsdale, Walter H...........................1st St.. Easley. S.C. Railey. David Earl . . 4303 Mussett Rd.. Fort Smith. Ark. Roines. Joann...................12 McMillan Cr.. Inman, S.C. Ramey. John. Jr. . . 38 Duke St.. Duneon, Greenville. S. C. Rampey. Jomes H.. Jr. . . 8 Oakview Dr.. Greenville. S. C. Rosor. Eugene L................212 W. Hillcrest. Greenville. S. C. Roy. Dan Allan ... 104 Ponce dc Leon. Greenville. S. C. Rcomcs. Billy L.....................................Johnston. S. C. Reaves. Charles D...............169 S. Georgia. Mobile. Ala. Reed. Obera McGee (Mrs.).....................Rt. 3. Easley. S. C. Reeves. Betty................................Rt. I. Easley. S. C. Reich. James David . . 227 Craft St.. Winston-Salem. N.C. Rhodes. John R..........................Rt. 3. Rcynoldsville. Pa. Rich, Lester C...............................Rt. 2. Taylors. S.C. Richards. Luther A.. Jr. . Apt. G-8. Claussen. Greenville. S. C. Richardson. Jomes F....................8ox 91. S mpsonville. S. C. Rkhordson. Normo..........................Rt. I. Pendleton. S. C. Richardson. Sally..............................Simpsonville, S. C. Riddle, Margaret . . • 339 Jones Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Rigsby. Billy W.......................... 926 Horry. Aiken. S. C. Riles. DoLores . . 18 W. 9th St.. Woodside. Greenville. S. C. Rippy. Wm. David ... 9 Lawton Avc. Greenville. S. C. Rivers. Ann.................. 2507 Wilmot Ave., Columbia. S. C. Rivers. Peggy................................Mount Croghan. S.C. 203STUDENT DIRECTORY—Continued Cl.Ml Name Address Class Name Address Sr. Rivers. Ruth................................... 2741 Heyward St.. Columbia. S. C. Jr. Roane. Galls (Mrs.) . . 125 E. Earle St.. Greenville. S. C. Jr. Roberts. Jacquelyn....................Bo 424. Weaverville, N. C. Jr. Robbins. Charles R................Bo 239. Huntersville. N. C. Fr. Roberson. Leonard W...........................Rt. 3. Taylors. S. C. So. Robertson. Thos. I.. Jr. . 117 Hampton Ave., Greenville. S. C. Sr. Robinson, Chatles A. . . 406 Fairfield. Lancaster. S. C. Sr. Robinson. Detoris . . . 103 Crestview Apts.. Greenville. S. C. Sr. Robinson. Fred E. ... 104 Townes Ext.. Greenville. S. C. Sr. Robinson, Theodore R. . . . 126 Long St.. Rock Hill. S. C. Fr. Robinson, Wm. E. . . . 302 Honour St.. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Rochester. Wm. F., Jr. . 34 Holly Ridge Apt., Greenville. S. C. Fr. Rogers. 8cnjomin F. . . Rt. 5. State Pk. Rd.. Greenville. S. C. So. Rogers. Dorothy Ann......................Bo 254, Sumter. S. C. Fr. Rogers. Merle..................................Lake View. S. C. Fr. Roper. Jane...................100 Todd Ave., Laurens. S. C. Sr. Roper. Miriam....................................Si Mile. S. C. So. Roper. Pleasant Terry.........................Rt. I. Liberty. S.C. Jr. Roper. Robert T„ Jr.........................Fountain Inn. S. C. Sr. Ross. Harold Eugene...................................Blancy. S. C. Fr. Ross. Margie E........................................Blaney. S. C. Sr. Rowan, Edwin John.............................Rt. 3, Taylors. S. C. Fr. Runion. Clyde L.........................Bo 178. Great Falls. S. C. Fr. Rucgner, Emil H. . . . 1074 Mt. Vernon Rd.. Union. N. J. Jr. Ruth. Charles Ray..................................Fletcher. N. C. Fr. Ruth, William Carl.............. 402 E. 38th St.. Savannah. Ga. Fr. Salmon. Elizabeth . . . 504 E. Jefferies St.. Gaffney. S. C. Fr. Sammons. Barbara . . Wade Hampton Blvd., Taylors. S. C. Fr. Sanders, Dorothy................138 Marlboro St.. Aiken. S. C. Jr. Sanders. Marvin M.....................14 Lucas. Walhalla, S. C. Fr. Sondcrs. Myron B......................Bo 161, Blaekville. S. C. Fr. Sansbury, Joyce ... 176 Rutledge Ave.. Charleston. S. C. Fr. Satterfield. Heather Ann . 11 W. Augusta Dr., Greenville. S. C. Jr. Saunders. Jeanne . 105 N. Inman Ave.. Bessemer City. N. C. So. Saunders. William H................Rt. 3, North Augusta. S. C. Jr. Sawyer. William T. . . . 141 Swance. Spartanburg, S. C. Jr. Saion, Donald V.. Jr. . . 111 E. Earle St.. Greenville, S. C. Sr, Schroder. Chas. F................. 802 E. Main. Walhalla. S. C. So. Scott, Lilo...............................Rt I, Whitmire. S. C. Fr. Seaborn, Milton R. ... 19 Tmdale Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Jr. Seay. Larry Marcus.............................Rt. I. Inman. S. C. Jr. Sell. Frances................12 Graham St.. Rock Hill. S. C. Sr. Seen. James Byrnes ... 69 Player St.. Newberry. S. C. Fr. Seo. Kap-Kyung.......................................Seoul. Korea Jr. Se ton. Shirley .... II Lakewood Dr.. Woodruff. S.C. Sp. Shands. David Ralph . . 31 Melville Ave., Greenville. S. C. Jr. Shannon. Nancy.................. 208 Foust Ave.. Marietta. Ga. Jr. Sharpe. Dayne .... 642 Felder Ave., Montgomery. Ala. Jr. Shaw. C. Bruce .... 6 Hall Rd.. Rt. 7. Greenville. S. C. So. Shaw, Jerie Ann . . . 336 Dellwood Dr.. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Shelton. Keith A. . . 1809 Chamberlain St.. S. Boston. Va. Jr. Sherman, Rufus G.. Jr. ... 18 Sitka Ave.. Greenville, S. C. Jr. Short. Robert W.........................Bo 5. Tigerville. S. C. Sr. Shumate. James B. . . . Rt. 4. North Wilkesboro. N. C. Fr. Siegmann. Robert M. ... 27 Avondale. Charleston. S. C. Fr. Simmons. Clifton B. . . , 804 Perry Rd.. Greenville. S. C. So. Simmons. Jane.............................Bo 47. Drayton, S. C. Jr. Simmons. Roy lewis.......................Rt. 5. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Sims. Abner Bruce...........................................Rt. 2. Pelxer. S. C. Fr. Sims. Charles F.. Jr...............1210 Hyatt. Columbio. S. C. Fr. Singletary. Joanne..........................Rt. 3. Florence. S. C. Jr. Skelton. Frances .... 22 Keowee Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Sr. Slifkin. Malcolm . 161 Pleasant Valley Way, W. Orange. N. J. So. Sloan. Gail...................... 605 Hillcrest Rd.. Aiken. S. C. So. Sloan. Twanda..................212 Cleveland St.. Clinton. S. C. Jr. Small. Peggy Ann . . . 708 Central Ave.. Lancaster. S. C. Sr. Sm.th. Barbara . . . . 911 W. Main St.. Laurens. S. C. Fr. Smith. Carol................ 509 Houston St., Greenville. S. C. So. Smith. Clarence L........................Rt. 2. Piedmont. S. C. Jr. Smith. George D.............................Rt. 2. Easley. S. C. Sp. Smith. Harold D. . . 7 Chas. St.. City View, Greenville. S. C. So. Smith. Harold Ross.......................Star Route. Seneca. S. C. Jr. Smith. Jack Stephen.........................Rt. 2. Taylors. S. C. So. Smith. Jim Dan . . . 530 Lowndes Hill Rd.. Greenville. S. C. So. Smith. Joye........................Bo 142. Spartanburg. S. C. Fr. Smith. Kathleen . . . . 911 W. Main St.. Laurens. S. C. Fr. Smith, Martha Ann . . 109 White Hall St.. Greenville. S. C. Jr. Smith. Pal................... 324 Jones Ave., Greenville, S. C. Fr. Smith, Ralph E.. Jr. . . . 405 Perry Ave., Greenville. S. C Fr. Smith, Sylvia . . No. 4. San Bancho, Chiyoda-Ku. Kojomachi. Tokyo. Japan So. Smith, Theron V......................34 Celand, Greenville. S. C. Gr. Smith. William Wistar . . 306 Briorcliff Dr.. Greenville. S. C. Gr. Snead. Mary George.....................................Hodges, S. C. Gr. Snead. Robert Lee......................................Hodges. S. C. Au. Snipes. Cecil Eugene {Auditor} . ... Rt. 2. Taylors. S. C. Jr. Snow. William Zaidee...........................Simpsonville, S. C. Jr. Snuggs. Margaret Anne . . 2802 Napoleon. New Orleans. La. So. Snyder, Jo Evelyn .... 20 Sevier St.. Greenville. S. C. Jr. Socho. John. Jr. . . 164 Anderson Ave.. Wellington, N. J. Fr. Souther. Jo Ann.......................Rt. 2. Campobello. S. C. Fr. Southerland, Robert F..................I Front St.. Pelxer, S. C. Fr. Southern. Thomas D............................Rt. 3. Belton. S. C. So. Spann, Robert S. 102 E. Prentiss. Greenville. S. C. Sr. Sparks. Betty...............5 Woodside Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Jr. Sparks. Marguerite .... 37 Pine St.. Spruce Pine. N.C. Fr. Sparks. Martha...................37 Pine St.. Spruce Pine, N. C. Fr. Staggs. Julian Wade......................Box 354. Landrum, S. C. Fr. Stanton. James H................31 Circle Dr.. Greenville, S. C. Jr. Stark. Oscar L. . . 220 W. Lee Ave.. West Terre Haute. Ind. Sr. Steadman, Frederic . . . 224 E. Augusta PI.. Greenville. S. C. So. Steadman, Mary Frances . . 103 Morion St.. Laurens. S. C. Jr. Steedly, Jennene . . . 169 Sans Souci St.. Charleston. S. C. Fr. Steele. Ethelese Harrison (Mrs.} . 310 Butler. Greenville, S. C. So. Stewort, Helen..................100 Hoygood St., Pickens. S. C. Fr. Stewart. Jack Warren , . . 319 Congress. Winnsboro, S. C. Fr. Stewart. Jomes G. . . . 606 Glenwood. Anderson. S. C. Jr. Stewart. Paul R.............. 522 Hompton St., Camden, S. C. Fr. Stewart, Robert C. . . 20 W. Tallulah Dr., Greenville. S. C. Sr. Still. Merolyn............................Bo 213, Barnwell, S.C. Gr. Stoddard. Rudolph M.........................Rt. 2. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Stokes. Bobby E...........................Rt. 3. Bishopville. S. C. Sr. Storey. Charles .... 347 Albright Ave.. Graham. N. C. Fr. Strawhorne. Mory Lou . . . Bo 333. Ware Shoals. S.C. Fr. Styles. Charles F................Box 174. Travelers Rest. S.C. Fr. Sudduth, Devo Ann.....................21 Crest St.. Lyman, S.C. Sr. Summey. Virginia .... 208 Florence St.. Pickens. S. C. Sr. Summey. William L. . . 13 Evergreen St.. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Sutherland. Carol Ann......................Rt. 2. Piedmont. S. C. Jr. Swanson. Martha . . . . 131 Woodrow. Asheville, N. C. Fr. Talley. Sue.........................N. Third St., Seneca. S. C. So. Tapp. Becky.....................105 Victoria Ave.. Greer. S.C. Fr. Tarrant. James H. . . 803 7. 8th St.. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Tate. Gerald T.................................Rt. 4. Greer. S. C. So. Tate. Steve B...........................Rt. I. Mookesboro. N. C. Jr. Tatham. Kenneth D. ... 61 Allen St.. Greenville. S. C. Sr. Taylor. Billy F.............8-1 Graham Fid., Greenville. S. C. Fr. Taylor. Clyde C..............114 Converse St., Greenville. S. C. Jr. Taylor. Frank C.................Graham Fid.. Greenville. S. C. So. Taylor. Hazel L.....................................Pagclond, S. C. Sr. Taylor. Henry L.. Jr. . . . 400 Greenville Rd.. Easley. S. C. Fr. Toylor. Martha Ann. 305 Elm St.. Lancaster. S. C. Sr. Toylor. Rebecca.... 305 Elm St.. Loncoster. S. C. Sr. Toylor. Robert W. . . . 9 Stephenson St.. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Teochy. Gordon L . . . . 302 S. 5th St.. Easley, S. C. So. Teasley, Margie.................. 704 Jackson St.. Easley. S.C. Sp. Tenery. James M.................25 Celand St.. Greenville. S. C. Jr. Terry. Jone.........Rt. I. Bo 232. Tucker. Ga. Fr. Therrell. Rose Lee .... 100 McCall St.. Greenville, S. C. Jr. Thiele. Helen...................10 Menus St., Greenville, S. C. Fr. Thode. Peggy Ulmer {Mrs.} . 24 E. Foris Rd.. Greenville. S.C. Jr. Thomas. George W. . . Ill N. Washington St.. Sumter. S.C. So. Thomas. Frances..................518 E. Main St.. Easley. S.C. Jr. Thomas. Haskell M.. Jr. . Apt. 4C. Lewis Vil.. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Thomas. Jim D. . . . 112 Bccchwood Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Jr. Thomas. Joe G...................Anderson Dr.. Woodruff. S. C. Jr. Thomas. Robert W. . . . 1041 S. W. 73rd Ave.. Miami. Fla. Jr. Thomas. Terry...................102 Woodrow Dr.. Clinton, S. C. So. Thomason. Cozette . . 518 Woodland Woy, Greenville. S. C. Sr. Thomason. Hermon V. . 260 W. Henry St., Spartanburg, S. C. Fr. Thompson. Billy P. . . . 202 Eastlon Dr.. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Thompson, Charles W. . . 1611 Sherman St.. Decatur, Ala. So. Thompson. Doycc R...................Bo 401. Hendersonville. N. C. So. Thompson, Frances . . Car. 53. Air Base Rd., Greenville. S. C. Gr. Thompson. James H..............................Rt. 2. Taylors. S.C. Jr. Thompson, Jean................... 404 S. "8" St.. Easley. S.C. Sr. Thompson, Leah .... 314 Wade St- Montgomery. Ala. Fr. Thompson. Richard K. . . . 202 Donnan Rd.. Taylors. S. C. 204STUDENT DIRECTORY—Continued CUss Njmc Address CUtt Name Addrctt So. Thompson. William M.. Jf. . . 16 Bragg St.. Greenville. S. C. So. Tibbt. Mary Margaret . . 324 University Rg.. Greenville, S. C. So. Tidwell. Chorles L. ... 42 Smythe Ave.. Greenville, S. C. Fr. Timmerman. Joe A. . . . E-3 Groham Fid., Greenville. S. C. Fr. Tolliton, Lewis W...............29 Sevier St.. Greenville. S. C. So. Tolliton. Walter E. . . . 15 Paris View Or.. Greenv.lle. S. C. Jr. Tompkins. Joann........................................Joanna. S. C. Jr. Townes. Bobby J...................... 207 Mam St.. Pickens. S. C. Sr. Tripp. Joyce...............................Rt. 4. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Trowell. Ridd.ck C............. 208 Valley St.. Walterboro. S. C. Sr. Tructt. Marion F.............................Rt. 2. Taylors. S. C. Sr. Ttuluck. Arley B............................R'dge Spring. S. C. Fr. Ttuluck. Jackqueline . . . 104 Woodrow Dr., Clinton, S. C. Jr. Ttuluck. Rembert S. . . . 105 Woodrow Dr.. Clinton. S. C. Jr. Tucker. 8oyd T...................... 704 Perrin Ave., Union. S. C. Jr. Turner. Aaron W. . . . 772 Howard St.. Spartanburg. S. C. Fr. Turner, Audrey.............................Box 31. Woodruff, S. C. Sr. Turner. Elaine.......................................Nashville. Ga. Fr. Turner. Moxine . . II Ninth Ave.. Judson. Greenville. S. C. So. Turner. Randall B......................................Taylors. S. C. Fr. Turner. Thomos F..........................Box 125. Woodruff. S. C. Fr. Turner. Thomas J................ 207 Town St.. Greenville. S. C. Jr. Turner. Thomas S. . . . Rt. 3. Box 222. Greenwood, S. C. Jr. Turpin. William H..................Hamilton St.. Williamston. S. C. Sr. Tyler. Herbert B..............................Rt. I. Dillon. S. C. Fr. Tyler. Robert A..............................Rt. I. Dillon. S. C. Jr. Tyner. Aaron. Jr..................Box 141. Travelers Rest. S. C. So. Tyner. Haile Miller (Mrs.) . . Box 141. Travelers Rett. S. C. Fr. Tzouvclekas. Emanuel N. . 315 Aberdeen Dr.. Greenville. S. C. Jr. Ulmer, Margaret.....................14 Jones Ave.. Greenville. S. C. So. Ulmer. Richard E....................1209 1st St.. Hartsville. S. C. Jr. Underwood. Paul B. . . . 146 BuiSt Ave_ Greenville. S. C. Fr. Vehaun. Lewis P. . . . 234 Spring St.. Spartanburg. $. C. Fr. Vehorn. Thomas W. . 2 Spring St.. Woodside, Greenville. S. C. Fr. Vernon. Daniel H................. 322 Grove Rd.. Greenville. S. C. Jr. Vernon. Lewis F................. 332 Grove Rd.. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Verdin. Joe K................................Rt. 2. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Vest. Bobby J..................10 Bradshaw St.. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Vick. Carl S.........................40 Harvey Ave., Charleston. S. C. So. Vick. James D........................40 Harvey Ave.. Charleston. S. C. Fr. Vickers. Patricia N. (Mrs.) . 115 8ennett St.. Greenville. S. C. Sr. Sr. Jr. So. Sr. So. So. Fr. So. Sr. Sr. Jr. So. Jr. So. Fr. Fr. Sr. So. Jr. Fr. Wade. Vernon D...................219 Buist Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Wagner. Thomas L......................Rt. I. Travelers Rest. S. C. Waitt. Bernett M.................Rt. 4. Box 39. Winnsboro. S. C. Wakelyn. Noel T................. 7345 Delmar St.. St. Louis. Mo. Waldrep. Harry D.....................IMS. 2nd St.. Easley. S.C. Waldrop. Jacquelyn...........................Gray Court. S.C. Walker. Augustus B. . 1131 Ridgecrest Ave.. N. Augusta. S.C. Walker. Barbara Ann..........................Rt. I. Seneca. S.C. Walker. Emma Jean............................Ninety Six. S.C. Walker. Mickey A.........................E. Court. Marion. N.C. Wall. Elizabeth . . . 780 N. Vernon St.. Spartanburg. S. C. Wallace. William T. . . 1909 McFadden St.. Columbia. S. C. Walsh. Mary Lou . . . . Rt. 2. Box 348. Summerville. S. C. Walters. Howard M.. Jr. . . 728 Ring St.. Charleston, S. C. Ward. Beverly A.................Rt. 5. Box 404, Charleston. S. C. Ward. Jesse L....................Rt. I, Box 3. Centreville. Va. Waters. Thelma .... 5420 Colonial Dr.. Columbia. S. C. Watkins. Carolyn . . . 211 N. Guthrie Ave.. Durham, N.C. Watkins. Joyce............................Rt. I. Piedmont. S. C. Watkins. Roy E.. Jr.................Pelham Rd.. Greenville. S. C. Watkins, Wendell R. . . . 118 Manley St.. Greenville. S. C. Sr. Fr. Sr. Jr. So. Sr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. So. So. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Gr. So. So. So. Sp. Jr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. So. So. Jr. So. So. Sr. So. So. Jr. So. So. Fr. So. Jr. So. Fr. So. Jr. Watson. Carlos B...........................Rt. 2. Greenville. S. C. Watson. Margaret Moss . Seldom Rest Farms. Orangeburg. S. C. Watson. Sally . . 3007 Commonwealth Ave.. Charlotte. N. C. Watts. Barbara.............................Box 333. Lugoff. S. C. Watts. Jimmy 6......................................Pogeland. S. C. Weaver. Dean M. . . . E-l Graham Fid.. Greenville. S. C. Weaver. Wanda............................Box 161. Moultrie. Ga. Weber. Gretchcn...........................Rt. I. Greenville. S. C. Weeks. Melvin 0..........................7th St.. Denmark. S.C. Weir. William O. . . . 2829 Heyward St.. Columbia. S. C. WelkK»m. Hester..........................Rt. I. Pendleton. S. C. Wells. Gary G.....................68 Allen St.. Greenville. S. C. Wells. Herbert E......................Box 1355. Greenville. S. C. Wells. William . . . 7 E. Kennedy Ave., Statesboro. Ga. West. Peggy.....................40 W St.. Asheville. N. C. West. Raymond E.................................Simpsonville, S. C West, Wayne W. . . . 17 Ottoway Dr.. Greenville. S. C. Westerveller. LaVelle (Mrs.) . 248 McDaniel A.. Greenville. S. C. Westmoreland. Lillie 8. . 1714 Easley 8r. Rd.. Greenville. S. C. Westmoreland. Martha Claire......................Summerville. S. C. White. Charles R. ..... 31 Blake Dr.. Greenville. S. C. White. William K. . . 21 Underwood Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Whitlock. Franklin P............30 Robinson St.. Greer. S.C. Whitmire, William .... 4 Hatch St.. Greenville. S. C. Wickliffe. Richard E. ... 21 Windsor Dr.. Greenville. S. C. Wiggins. Barbara . . . 238 Cureton St.. Greenville. S. C. Wiggins. Kyle N..................Sheridan Rd.. Charleston. S. C. Wiggins. Patty. 13 Sheridan Rd.. S. Windermere. Charleston, $. C. Wilhite. Jerry L............101 Russell Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Williams. Ben...........................Church St.. Buffalo. S.C. Williams. Fred E.........................Moncks Comer. S.C. Williams. Genevieve . . . MO Vannoy St.. Greenville. S. C. Williams, Herman J. . . . Rt. 9. Box 296. Charleston. S. C. Williams, Hiram J. . . . 131 Henley St.. Orangeburg. S. C. Williams. Jerry .... 1547 Covenant Rd.. Columbia. S. C. Williams. Lynwood N. . . 664 E. Paris Rd.. Greenville. S. C. Williams. Margaret . . . 1006 E. North St.. Greenville. S. C. Williams. Mary...............HO Vannoy St.. Greenville. S. C. Williams. Patricia Ann . . 719 Chestnut St.. Laurens. S.C. Williams. Troy W...............Rt. I. Box 137-A. Sumter. S.C. Willis. James P., Jr..................Rt. I. Travelers Rest. S.C. Willis. Jeff R.. Jr.......... 303 Mdver St.. Greenville. S. C. Wilson. Donald W,.................211 Hubert St.. Greer. S.C. Wilson. Edwin L..................E. Poinsett St.. Greer, S.C. Wilson. Hildo . . . 822 Mills Ave. Ext.. Greenville. S. C. Wilson. Jone...............1106 N. Main St.. Greenville. S. C. Wilson. Myrtis . . . 822 Mills Ave Ext.. Greenville. S. C. Wilson. Shirley Edens (Mrs.) . 2-D. Calhoun Trs.. Greenville. S .C. Wilson. William T. . . . 227 W. Earle St.. Greenville. S. C. Winchester. Sue.....................................Sunset. S.C. Windolf. Harold C.............................Rt. 2. Taylors. S. C. Wingo. Erin....................................Mt. Solon. Va. Wise. Clarice.....................Darby Plantation. Trenton. S. C. Witherspoon. Armina . . . 208 Roberts St.. Anderson, S. C. Wood. Janie................. 225 E. Smith $t„ Gaffney. S. C. Wood. Mary .... 923 Fastifern Ct.. Hendersonville. N. C. Wooten. Dorothy............................8ox 156. Blaney. S. C. Wright. Fay..................16 Pacific Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Wright. Sylvester A.................. 203 16th St.. Corbin. Ky. Jr. yakimowicz. Ted J. . . . 9 Wadsworth St., Wallington. N. J. Fr. Yeoman. Charles G......................Rt. 3. Travelers Rest. S.C. So. Yoakum. Shelby T......................Rt. I. Box I. Wolfton, S. C. Jr. Yonker. Faye...............2121 N. 12th Ave.. Pensacola. Fla. So. Young. Corol . 6316 Carson A.. Southland. Washington 21. D.C. So. Young. David R. ... 45 Madeline Ave., Asheville. N. C. 205INDEX A Copclla Choir..................................................28 Activities Division.......................................24, 25 Administration Division....................................6, 7 Advertisements Division.........................................184 Alpho Epsilon Delta..............................................53 Alpha Psi Omesa..................................................52 American Chemical Society........................................36 Art Students League..............................................32 8eptist Student Union............................................38 Baseball.........................................................94 Basketball.......................................................85 8eautics...................................................... 112 Blue Key....................................................... 51 Bonhomie.........................................................56 Cadet Battalion Staff............................................63 Canterbury Club..................................................46 Chi Beta Phi.....................................................53 Class Officers..................................................134 Classes Division.........................................132, 133 Cloister.........................................................61 Company A........................................................64 Company B...................................................... 65 Company C........................................................66 Cosmopolitan Club.............................................. 35 Day Students Association.........................................21 Dedication....................................................... 2 Drill Platoon.................................................. 67 "Echo"..................................................s . . 60 Executives...................................................... 10 Faculty o( Administration . 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II Football.........................................................71 Foreword......................................................... 3 French Club......................................................34 Freshman Advisory Boards.........................................20 Freshman Class..................................................178 Furman Band....................................................29 Furman Singers.................................................26 Golf.............................................................92 Hond and Torch...................................................50 Handbook.........................................................60 Home Economics Club..............................................36 Honorarics Division..............................................47 "Hornet”.........................................................58 House Board..................................................... 19 In Memoriam...................................................... 4 International Relations Club.....................................33 Junior Class....................................................162 Kappa Alpho...................................................102 Kappa Delta Epsilon............................................54 Lutheran Students Association..................................46 Marshals..................................................... 23 May Day.......................................................118 Men's Council..................................................17 Military Department............................................62 Ministerial Union..............................................40 Miss Bonhomie.................................................112 Music Club................................................... 31 Phi Mu Alpha...................................................54 Philosophy Club................................................31 Pi Kappa Phi..................................................104 Pistol Club....................................................67 Prelude...................................................... 61 President................................................ 8. 9 Press Club.....................................................33 Publications Division..........................................55 Quaternion.....................................................52 Religion Division..............................................37 Rifle Club ....................................................67 R.O.T.C........................................................62 Senior Closs................................................136 Senior Order...................................................51 Senior Superlatives.........................................160 Sergeants......................................................67 Sigma Alpho Epsilon...........................................106 Social Division.........................................100. 101 Sociol Standards Boord.........................................23 Sociology Club.................................................32 Sophomore Class...............................................172 Sports Division..........................................68. 69 Student Administration Division................................15 Studcnt'Faculty Committee .....................................22 Student Legislature............................................18 Student Life..................................................122 Student Volunteers.............................................41 Table of Contents.............................................. 5 Tau Kappa Epsilon ............................................108 Tennis....................................................... 91 Theotrc Guild..................................................30 Theto Chi.....................................................110 Track .........................................................93 W.A.A..........................................................98 Wesley Foundation..............................................45 Westminster Fellowship.........................................45 Who's Who......................................................48 Women's Council............................................... 17 y.W.A..........................................................42 y. 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