Georgetown College - Belle of the Blue Yearbook (Georgetown, KY)

 - Class of 1962

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I am leafy trees whose branches iingerlike Reach skyward, Quiet walks interlacing familiar brick buildings Where enter those who search for knowledge And find God. I am learning, pleasure, friendship, service, Opportunity, inspiration, achievement, purpose. I am growth. But even in these you cannot really know me, For my spirit can only be found In the hearts of those who love me, In 'the lives of those who walk my paths, VVho enter into my buildings, Who stand beneath my trees. You are my spirit, student. It is to you ' I speak: The life of a flower must end with the fading of its petals, but if its beauty has touched the heart, leaving there hap- piness and sweet memories, it cannot die, but blossoms eternally in the soul. I wish for you a similar happiness, in dreams, experiences and all that become a part of you while you were with me, that it will ever recreate in you the memory of the things you loved, and the person you were at Georgetown College. Nancy Usher ONTENTS GEORGETOWN COLLEGE LEADERSHIP ATHLETICS GREEKS INDEPENDENTS SERVICE ACADEMICS mw.1wwA if , if! 1. -Q97 L:L-:IF-gl '-' -I -U A, ,, iff' ggi? A F4259 'Y C' -J' Av w.-::,a-'- - ' v i by some magic 'ufnclivined if - wo fa ming slowly gold? l . Robmson 5 9 1 "Al r a ' -5,4 Georgetown' is the signpost that I ' ' . - : W , nts loaded down with suitcases, h h schoo nd high hopes as fretful parents em t . 4 retch down the autumn hued of O ddi 3 rive. Having entered the gate- way ew op ortunity and adventure, each student is off o is r ' er proper destination to survive the dr f ga scr mbles unpacking and the joys of new acquaint- 3110" lstoric I-Iighbaugh Hall serves as a reminder to all students of the history and traditions of Georgetown College. YYYYYYY- LY-YY-Y Y- oYY- YY YY- YYY.: Y Y Y -1 Y Y and it takes a lot of exercise to get a team in shape. Y Once settled, the student soon becomes oriented the harried pace of college life. After enjoying beauties of the Bluegrass due to the fun-filled sponsored by the BSU, the student spends of time, energy, and tears making his Way the long registration lines. "But I have to have S eech l07! I can't take , I3 ry 7th period. Oh, no! Not Saturday classes!" an faculty members a11ke go home weary happy Befor classes begin, students fill their days about the campus and become acquainted s who are doing the same, like Dr. Mills seems to have a fondness for the multi-colored of an auturnn day. clamor from all parts of the campus to football practice, What exercises! But soon, the ordeal of registration ends and d . e S a..Nf-a,.s..6SiE. , A., 'S Ml" nw H Y M X Q X I A k Hmm Km 1 um A I, 'M ,.xs-4 , . swag 1 wx uw ' Q L2 f 1, . 1 We can make it if we all pull to- getherf' SOCIAL LIFE ON CAMPUS V 4 K X Qf M fg- fl gi s .f E ll uf' , 3 x ' x ,W , - -Y Some students are seen signing name cards at a recep- tion honoring the faculty, administration, and the stu- dent body. to And, a scene from one of the open house programs. Dinner at the Blue Grass, K .f W ' Q 1 l v. l X V4 f f l5Qjir,s?"?1fa, Hui .4 nm kk M swf? G wwf' . ,' C-vfz 5 M f x ' A A512 -w.sr,wfm.w. .v...., ,rf-,wN:.,. ww ,pe H- - - A M z From IS seen on her way to the football game 111 a cal duven by to right are Linda Jones, Jewell Campbell, and Betty Bell Lykins. In the Late Fall "Season of 'mists cmd mellow fruitfulness Close bosom-friend of the maturing s'ufn,." Keats As the trees shed the beautiful browns, reds, 3 and orange of their autumn foliage, a bursting ment grips the campus. The falling leaves marked eventful time in the life of every GEORGETO the HOMECOMING of Georgetown College Al Mr. Brad Jones, the college Athletic Director, rewards the Homecoming Queen. Visions of floats, parade, and game danced in the heads of every Georgetonian as they gathered to see the 1962 Homecoming Queen crowned. Moments of anticipation, followed by bursts of applause an- nounced that Miss Jewell Campbell had been named Queen for 1962. Brad Jones placed the ollicial seal on the cheek of Miss Campbell and all were off to a rousing pep rally before the big game. "Hey, hurry up! The Homecoming Parade starts in a few minutesllll' N t E It -S M L., e 'Nix Q. fi 'Sis KJV gh ,, .5 , . 6 K- www .. " Q 'nt .Q Q '- "NV 4 The Homecoming Queen and her courtg left to right, Betty Bell Lykins, Jewell Campbell, the Queen, Mary Rodgers, Bonnie Sams, Vicki Ritter, Linda Jones and Dianne Murdock. "Sabotage, or just a cautious, judge?" wig ,gm mimi it , as A X Q? N I J . 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V . Q e se ",,I"' nflsf' t ' -5 , ' V211 MM' r 1 vw -ka-55gQ,:i" mr: 1, 5 , e wr Eggs gm V X L .V K A 5 ro 0 4 my 4 Egg? f Y' 57 -Q ou ue at ' W Q5 . 3, W . P-W'3Uf-ML 5 9 l 0 63171 I, 5,15 , ,X I, 'f .,,. K, ' 'mfg """' J T? at L - , fr fp-,g:: -gm, - , X igif . , ' Wir , fesf iww 5 , . 2 1 L , E 1 ...,.,,. .,.. M , M, i QM One for the road A V I , ,Ry 43" S m K K, V A .NP ff"- Ngw- sg 233 YE W , 'lf -V W gs-Alf: M A? K f , f U J Qu '29 F' :E L. ,Q Q i x if fi x, T9 4 lv 9 X I an A 7 . .. r V x 1 ' 1 r Y. -Fi! f 4 X ,a. . f 1 v v I vw sf "in just spring when the world is mud luscious." Cummings In the spring a young man's fancy turns to love, melancholy, and the wild blue yon- der. And, he has time for none. The call of the outdoors beckons, but students can't afford to answer. Orals, exams, May Day, Graduation all clamor for attention. And attention they have. But, we must confess, so does Spring and the lures it brings. Splmg cleaning fm Piofessoi Tllfold began wlth May Day Queen Miss Kay Vogel recexves con- gxatulatlons at the receptlon honormg her count. Gif ff! ,.4?"lf1 gif:-fyffx, Z' Ylx J XXX x 'Q xxx Ry 3.3, XSL Six NX I M .xx K X S x 'x XX x fl., 'KR px ,tx Hx XX x X X x K 4:25 The beginning of the end, -1 "One shadow ls won th a thousand words? The forward look! 2' 1 Sax? LA: MMV: mf? ,. A fllefm e GEORGBTOWN COLLEGE The refidevzt RUBERT L. A IAPYIST INSTITUTION SINCE FIB! Gzoncrrowu, Kan-rucxr MILLS r ss one-r Dear Geo rgetonian: The graduation of the Class of 1962 marks the completion of Georgetown's one hundred thirty-third year as a degree granting institution. In the deepest sense, Georgetown College is an evidence of faith in your infinite worth as an individual: in your capacity to learn: in your ability to discipline yourself physically, mentally and spiritually: in your creative ingenuityg and in your normal urge to contribute lasting values to mankind. Those of us who serve at Georgetown do so with the conviction that knowledge is essential, obtainable, possible of transmission to others and, when animated by moral and spiritual ideals, becomes a sound basis on which to construct human society. ItUis our sincere hope that you are going forth from Georgetown College determined that in all your relationships with your fellowman you will honor and exemplify those great principles which set the Christian apart. In so doing, you will be fulfilling the ideals of your Alma Mater. Most sincerely, Robert L. Mills 'RLM:ih gl' """""'o I' ". " " wwvfzffz f x i f i I A .. o,g5 if 15 'nm' 0 1 Q C " " IHIIIIIIIIIIII llllllllllllllll 56-- Qsiof ,W V tres' Q . 0, Q 5 75 0 n . + ,g int IFE? 39? I illlli a WV -. Qefdwlf N c-gg 'usA .aiu Mmm "lra:11laal I 9 a'. .'. .0 , - ' ,f , 0. xx' ' x Q U . ,,,.... A l Q ' - , J, - 1 - , V . 1 Q 1 xl, 4 gi Z:-z 1 S., hai: 5 M ' . I I 1,1 ,yan L ' -gf' -3 .3-,.,' - 'Q' -v :X Q '. . ' 'f ' 1 :Q 1- '7 I.. --1 , ff. 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Dean of Graduate Work B.A. Georgetown Collegeg M.A., University of Chi- cagog Ph.D. George Pea- body College for Teachersg further graduate study, University of Angiers, Franceg Columbia Univer- sityg Harvard University. L. E. JONES, M.A. Business Managetr B.A., Georgetown Collegeg M.A., University of Ken- tucky. KENNETH C. FENDLEY, B.A. Public Relations Director B.A., Georgetown College CHESTER. R. DELPHA HOWLAND, ALEXANDER, M.S. M.Ed, Dean of Men Dean of Women B.S., Eastern Kentucky B.A. Stetson Universityg State Teachers Collegeg M.Ed., University of North M.S., University of Tennes- Carolina Women's College. seeg further study, Univer- sity of Chicagog University of Kansas. Admimlrtmtzbn HUBERT BECK Treasurer J. FOLEY SNYDER, M.A. Registrar and Director of Admissions. B.A., Georgetown Collegeg M.A., University of Chi- cagog further graduate study, University of Ken- tucky and Columbia Uni- versity. VIRGINIA MAE COVINGTON, M.S.L.S. Librarian B.A., Georgetown Collegeg M.S.L.S., University of Kentucky. BW?! v.-i5XFl?HZ5S'KWEi H FHCMZZIQI First Row: CHESTER R. ALEXANDER, M.S., Head of the Chemistry Department. TRACY ALEXANDER, M.S., Full-time Instructor, Chemistry. COLEMAN ARNOLD, Ph.D., Head of the English Department. MRS. LUCILLE BRADLEY, M.M., Associate Pro- fessor, Music. RENA CALHOUN, M.A., Head of the Speech De- partment. Second Row: GENEVIEVE CLARK, M.S., Assistant Professor, Biology. LESTER CRAFT, M.A., Assistant Professor, P.E. MRS. ELMA CRANFILL, M.A., Associate Profes- sor, Sociology. SAMUEL E. CRANFILL, Ph.D., Head of the Eco- nomics and Business Administration Department. RALPH CURRY Ph.D., Professor, English, Third Row: DAVID DAVILA, M.A., Instructor, Spanish. ROBERT DAVIS, M.A., Assistant Professor, PE. MRS. MARY DIEFFENWIERTH, M.A., 1'a-t-Time Instructor, Music. HAL DIEFFENWIERTH, M.M., Assistant Profes- sor, Music. DONALD DODGE, M.A., Head of the Art Depart- ment. Fourth Row: MRS. JOHN DRAKE, M.R.E., Part-Time Instruc- tor, English. JOHN DRAKE, M.S., Associate Professor, Business and Economics. MRS. CAROL DUNCAN, M.A., Instructor, French. FRANK ELLERS, B.A., Instructor, English. CARL FIELDS, Ph.D., Head of the History and Political Science Department. First Row: MRS. ANITA GARNETT, M,A., Instructor, English. MRS. MARY GILLASPIE, M.A., Associate Profes- sor, Education, MARION HALL, M.M., Instructor, Music, MRS. MARION HALL, M.A., Part-time Instructor, Home Economics. HORACE HAMBRICK, Ph.D., Professor, History. Second Row: HENSON HARRIS, Ed.D., Head of the Mathe- matics Department. CHARLES HATFIELD, M.A., Sc.D., Professor, Mathematics. ELINOR HAY, M.A., Associate Professor, Home Economics. MATTIE HORT'ON, M.A., Assistant Professor, P.E. HAROLD HUNT, M.A., Instructor, Drama and Speech. Folculzy Third Row: LORE JAMES, M.R.E., M.A., Instructor, Speech and Spanish. WAYNE JOHNSON, M.M., Assistant Professor, Music, L. E. "BRAD" JONES, M.A., Head of the Physical Education Department. R, D. JUDD, Ph.D., Dean of Graduate Work, DWIGHT' LINDSAY, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Biology. Fourth Row: MRS. RUTH LONG-ACRE, M.A., Instructor, Latin. MRS. SUZANNE LOWS, M.A., Assistant Professor, Speech. MRS. JANET LUCAS, M.A., Instructor, English. JAMES MCCORMICK, M.A., Instructor, Art. Fam hy First Row: MRS. ZONA McG-UIRT, B.A., Associate Professor, JAIVIES MITCHELL, M.A., Assistant Professor, P.E. FRED MOFFA'I'1', M.A., B.D., Assistant Professor, History. MRS. ROBERTA MOORE, B.A., Student Assistant, P.E. JAMES MOORE, M.A., Instructor, Music, EDITH L. MONSON, M.A. Head of the Language Department. Second Row: H. Y. MULLIKIN, M.S., Head of the Physics De- partment. WILLIE HERDON OFFUTT, B.A., Assistant Pro- fessor, Commerce. LARRY PHILLIPS, B.A., Student Assistant, P.E. GEORGE REDDING, Ph.D., Head of the Bible Department. RICHARD SCUDDER, Ph.D., Head of the Sociology Department, B, A. SIZEMORE, B.D., Instructor, Bible. Third Row: ROBERT SNYDER, M.A., Assistant Professor, tory and Political Science. WOODRIDGE SPEARS, Ph.D., Associate English. FRED W. TANNER, M.A., Assistant Professor, cation, A. G. THOMSON, Ed.D., Head of the Music partment. MRS. MARGARET THOMSON, B.S., Part- Instructor, Home Economics, DANIEL TILFORD, M.M.E., Assistant 1: Music. Fourth Row: J, ELMER WELDON, M.A., Professor, Psg MARY WHARTON, Ph.D., Head of the Department. WALTRAUD WOYACK, M.A., Assistant F German. GLENN YARBROUGH, Th.D., Director of gious Activities. First Row: ESTHER ALEXANDER, Printing Supervisor. ELIZABETH ASHLEY, Assistant Registrar. JEANETTE BEASLEY, President's Secretary. BOB BOTTOMS, Assistant to the Treasurer. BONITA BOWEN, Assistant to the Treasurer, DEE BURTON, Registrarls Secretary. MARGARET CLOAR, Adams House Counselor. LULA COLLIER, Faculty House Hostess. f Second Row: MARY COPES, Kappa Delta House Counselor. RUTH DENNEY, Pi Kappa Alpha House Counselor. ELIZABETH DRAUGHON, Assistant to the Public Relations Director, MARY EMERSON, Campus Nurse. GLADYS ESKRIDGE, Registrar's Secretary. REITH GLASS, Lambda Chi Alpha House Coun- se or. JANET HODGE, Public Relations Director's As- sistant. PEGGY MILLER, Dean of Students Secretary. staff Third Row: JOSIE MORRIS, Rucker Hall House Counselor. SADIE MORRIS, cashier. DAISY MULLIKIN, Assistant to the Librarian. MILDRED OSBORNE, Treasurer's Secretary. CORNELIA PARRISH, Sigma Kappa House Coun- selor. LARRY PHILLIPS, Lewis Hall Counselor. MABEL SCO'I'I', Assistant to the Treasurer. ELIZABETH SHEFFIELD, Cashier. Fourth Row: CAROLOU SKEANS, Registrar's Secretary. MIRIAM SMALLEY, Vice-President's Secretary. ANNETTE STORY, Registrar's Assistant. HAZEL SUMMERS, Calhoun Hall House Coun- selor. PEARL TUTTLE, Pawling Hall House Counselor. MARY VOIGHT, Kappa Alpha House Counselor. 29 igww, S W ,5 . :.. 392' ' . .igz Q Q5-we ' H w A? gm mwwwlilvggwa W w igjlgwwf. wi? Nmwmwx-ML ij gummy-yl i 5, H M E W , V Izinwwf 4 " ':-: E SS E B Y :.: :.: B B Q, F :.:,'.:. :.. H zz E - 1 51 H E X: K X . mmm N E A L, myyfy M.,v,uXf'- S512 ' . Silghgagiw' Q Q 12-2 F W . f M , Q 45582 n us' E2 H rf. has s naw ai msn :sm -X aT. 76113161 l' DR. ROBERT MILLS sgw 5 2 BSS-' 5 M Wi W Y 1 X Q :sm mm ls +swmssezss9s .7 .4 xi ns' --mi 1 .vw sf 1 I TFL gk SQWTT' AM1.m:-sv? fs. A "T0getl1erness" In a white house on Main Street there lives at physical, mental, and spiritual giant, Dr. Robert L. Mills. During the three years he has been president of Georgetown Col- lege, his interest, concern, and love for the college and every individual connected with it have won for him the respect and admira- tion of all Georgetonians. His door is always open to any who seek his counsel. A big smile and warm "Hi" greet all who scurry past him on their way to class. At Christmas time his booming voice and toboggan cap add color to the faculty serenade. The open house for students, party for the adminis- tration, attendance at pep rallies, games, plays, and concerts, and ride in the home- coming parade express in a tangible way his love for Georgetown. Her charm, gracious- ness, and abiding faith in God make Mrs. Mills an asset to her husband and a guiding example of a good wife and mother to the "We love a parade. "And further more, we're gonna beat 'emi' coeds of Georgetown. When Dr. Mills came to our college he pledged to uphold the purpose of Georgetown, "To give a liberal arts education of quality in a Christian context." His constant endeavor to do this has made him a college president of out- standing abilities and achievements. U l 5 Mzkf Belle of flee Blue Cemelz'elel1fe.f LAURABELLE BARR ANN DYKES Sponsored by Sponsored by Calhoun Hall Pauling Hall LINDA JONES JUDY KLOPP Sponsored by Sponsored by Kappa Alpha Kappa Delta R x LINDA EVITTS JUDY GREEN Sponsored by Sponsored by Pi Kappa Alpha Sigma Kappa LINDA TEITLOFF CAROLYN WITT Sponsored by Sponsored by Rucker Hall Lambda Chi Alpha li gg K ' if ? eil l CAROL ROBINSON ANGELA STUCKER Sponsored by Sponsored by Knight Hall Anderson Hall W l,5R, - xr I X i 3 X I M ' 5' -E r, Wallace Briggs, one of the judges, dines with the Miss Belle of the Blue contestants. Barr competes in the talent division, f Z . The judges-Mrs. Ruth Devine of Aleix Adams Modeling Agency, Mrs. John Benson, Mr. John Benson, the publisher of the BELLE OF THE BLUE, and Mr, Wallace Briggs, the chairman of U.K.,s Drama Department-interview Linda Jones in one of the Hl'St rounds of judging. Miss Belle of the Blue '61, Bernice Gabby, crown the new Miss Belle of the Blue, Judy Klopp. ZWJJ Belle of tlye Blue in-1 sgi A E E seg . m ,a ass Amglm-fe 553565 Kew? Q zQmxsQ UH HWS , in-2 ggi-15,555 5-me af weiewitff '- --'- af ef: 2 at we-1. N W SU? W T masse? E Q s 5 5 Q 1 Quiet, friendly, sincere, studious, dependable de- scribes Miss Belle of the Blue of '62 . . . sparkling brown eyes, quick sense of humor.. .looks like a model, walks like a model, should be a model . . . one of a family of eleven . . . Madison, Indiana proud of its outstanding citizen . . . valedictorian . . . biology major . . . teaching . . . grad- uate Work then biological research . . . Beta Beta Beta . . . WAA . . . Kappa Delta's historian . . . Kappa Delta proud of their sister Miss Belle of the Blue . . . "Klipp Kloppn . . . excited, scared and mixed emotions that BIG night . . . patriotic monologue moves audience . . . what about that Hu? . . . beauty hidden among the stacks . . . piano player- occasionally . . . long-night hours to get that high scho- lastic standing . . . this is our Miss Belle of the Blue. if H, Maj wig 11, amz, sv' Meg Mr' as if 4' 51 bs , ,Ml-,,qU, . 3x X ,iizsqggi , Q A, 'AK' ,,, Dedzkation He who, from zone to zone, Guides through the boundless sky the con flight, In the long way that I must tread alone, Will lead my steps wright." Wm. Cullen Br To a man who exemplifies the virt of faith, hope, and love and who tre the paths of life humbly and ste fastly, we, the graduating class of 1 would like to show in a small way appreciation for a man of such g stature by dedicating the 1962 BE OF THE BLUE to Professor B. A. S more. A. SIZEMORE oft Popular Pro effor JEWELL CAMPBELL Homecoming Queen Ju li Bnsfkdi N if ,X . ,Q 5' ra M Q '56 10, iii? 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Win ' sf x Y- wnwwslxml Exif 3' M . mn sw mmm WE :W s mg EE mf B w x Delta P111-Lfenzor Womens Honorary BECKY MARTIN MARILYN IVEY sm m ss .am 4mg :xml H W hs The purpose of Alpha Psi Omega is to stimulate interest in dramatic activities at Georgetown Col- lege, to secure for the college all the advantages, and mutual helpfulness provided by a large na- tional honorary fraternity, and by the means of electing students to membership, serve as a reward for their worthy efforts in participating in the plays staged by the dramatic organizations of this college. AQJloa .ri Umega i Kappa Delta 0Hicers Gay Braner, President Tom Smith, Vice-President Dave Ritchey, Secretary Judy Green, Treasurer Joy Paw-son, Publicity Miss Rena Calhoun, Sponsor Mr. Harold Hunt, Sponsor Officers Carol Wheeler, President Patsy Johnston, Vice-Pres- ident Dick Crofts, Secretary w Jim Craft, Treasurer Barbara Holland, Reporter and Corresponding Secre- . tary Mrs. Raymond L. Lows, Sponsor Peitho Kale Dikaia, The Art of Persuasion, Beau- tiful and Just, explains the ideals of this honorary forensic fraternity. Formed to recognize work in debate, oratory, discussion, and extemporaneous speaking, Pi Kappa Delta has become the largest organization of its kind. The Kentucky Alpha Chap- ter sponsored the Intramural Debate Tournament, the Bluegrass Tournament, and the Pi Kappa Delta Initiation Banquet. Delta Omicron International Music Fraternity was founded at the Cincinnati Conservatory in 1909 for women majoring or minoring in music. One of its purposes is to encourage excellent per- formance and appreciation of good music. Delta Delta Chapter was established March 18, 1933 at Georgetown. elm Omzkron Otiicers Marilyn Ivey, President Patti Phillips, lst Vice- President Sue Gay, 2nd Vice-Presi- dent Roxie Satterly, Secretary Frances Patrick, Treasurer Mrs. Hal Dieffenwierth, Faculty Advisor Mrs. Daniel Tilford, Chap- ter Advisor Officers Jim Kerrick, President Charles Vice, Vice-Presi- dent Dan Brannock, Secretary Parker Ridings, Treasurer 1 Mrs, Danny Tilford, Spon- ' sor The purposes of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia are to advance the cause of music in America, to foster the welfare and brotherhood of music students, to develop the true fraternal spirit among members, and to encourage loyalty to the Alma Mater. Theta Psi was established at Georgetown College, May 16, 1960. Activities include serenades, an All-Amer- ican concert, and support of campus music activities. bi Mu AQDIM This national honorary art fraternity is devoted to promoting the interest and appreciation of art among all the students on campus. A campus im- provement is a special project for the organization each year. Annually Kappa Pi furnishes the Christ- mas wreath and Easter cross behind Giddings Hall in remembrance of these seasons and to be en- joyed by students and town's people alike. Kappa i rllllgfmd Tau Delta Officers Wally Miller, President Freda Platt, Vice-President Jean Ross, Secretary Chesta Webb, Treasurer 0lHcers Gay Braner, President Dave Ritchey, Vice-Presi- dent 3 Virgie Peckenpaugh, Sec- retary-Treasurer Dr. Coleman Arnold, Spon- sor Eta Alpha of Sigma Tau Delta, the professional English fraternity, was established on our campus for the study of literature and styles of writing with special emphasis upon creative writing. One of the bright spots in Sigma Tau Delta's history on our campus came in the spring of 1961 when, after a year's work, we were able to present our sponsor, Dr. Arnold, with a trip to England. Beta Sigma Chapter of Pi Delta Phi, national French honorary is composed of French majors and minors having a 2.0 average. The Jules Verne Award for the outstanding advance French student at Georgetown is given, as well as first and second year excellence awards. The chapter also gives awards to Kentucky high school students partic- ipating in the national Pi Delta Phi Poster-Slogan Contest. Officers Helen Stevens, President Carol Wheeler, Vice-Presi- dent Betsy Martin, Secretary Kay Koehn, Treasurer Anne Lewis, Program Chairman Miss Edith Monson, Spon- sor i Delta hi Officers Don DeBorde, President David Dowell, Vice-Presi- dent Marlene Rohner, Secretary Carla Griesser, Treasurer Nancy Chambers, Historian Sibley Burnett, Parliamen- tarian Gamma Theta chapter of Eta Sigma Phi, 'the honorary classical fraternity, tries to stimulate interest in the classics and the classical languages. New members are selected in the spring semester. Two awards are given tot two high schools in Ken- tucky, Elizabethtown and Georgetown High. The student who has the highest average in beginning Latin here is given an award also. id .fzgma Phi Sigma Delta Pi, national honorary Spanish fra- ternity, seeks to promote a better understanding of the Latin American and Spanish people. To provide incentive in scholarship, Chi chapter, founded in 1929, gives awards for the highest grade averages in first and second year Spanish. To gain membership one must be an advanced Spanish student with a 2.0 average. Szlgma Delta Pi Officers Peggy Horton, President Helen Daniels, Vice-Presi- dent Carol Riley, Secretary Laurie Williams, Treasurer Professor David Davila, Sponsor A401961 Phi Gamma Officers Gale Holtzclaw, President Dave Ritchey, Vice-Presi- dent Judy Hobbs, Secretary- Treasurer Prof, Frank Ellers, Sponsor The purpose of Alpha Phi Gamma, journalism fraternity, is to recognize individual ability and achievement in journalistic pursuits in the college and to stimulate an appreciation in the field. Mem- bership is obtained by being a major editor of one of Georgetown's student publications. Plans were begun this year for The Tiger Rag, a campus humor magazine to be published by the members of the fraternity. Gamma Sigma Epsilon, a national honorary chem- ical fraternity founded at Davidson College in 1919, is composed of chemistry majors and minors. This club's p1.u'pose is to promote interest in the study of chemistry and to learn to appreciate the im- portance of chemistry in our daily lives. With the hope of encouraging scholarship and a greater desire for knowledge, a student award is given yearly for the highest general chemistry average. Gamma fi moz Elbyilon Officers Dean Parks, President Carolyn Popper, Secretary Charles Lucas, 'Treasurer Evalyn Tosh, Sergeant-ab Arms C. R. Alexander, Advisor Ofiicers Betty Baker, President Randy Keith, Vice-Presi- dent Carol Bartlett, Social Chairman Steve Noland, Treasurer Beta Upsilon chapter of Beta Beta Beta, national honorary biological fraternity, seeks primarily to stimulate sound scholarship among its members. Its purpose is to spread scientific truth and knowl- edge. By engaging in various projects of research and promotion, investigation in the life sciences is encouraged. A student award is given annually for the highest scholastic average in botany and zoolofgy combined. Eid em Beta This honorary history fraternity is established for history majors and minors, with special emphasis on the continuing of the importance of the study of history outside the classroom. Among these studies are included the spirit of respect, the belief in the brotherhood of man, and the love of truth. A presentation to the most outstanding student in history of civilization is the fraternity's main award of the year, Phi Alpha T beta Officers Mary Anne Fitzpatrick, , President Carol Wheeler, Vice-Presi- M M - dent Marcella Hall, Secretary- Treasurer, Officers Joe Farris, President Charles Bolten, Vice-Presi- dent Lucian Borders, Secretary Bob Gritton, Treasurer Ag3b6l Beta i Alpha Beta Pi, an honorary business fraternity, is designed to appeal to the business majors and minors, probably the largest organization for ma- jors and minors on the campus. A monthly program is arranged with leading executives and corporation representatives as the speakers. 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V- 1'- 6 .,L -, ' ' 'gp 3,71 yrmfrf' ?:gg,Q2lw?2f?P"'gi?W' VE?-53,5 iffmsi W L f it 4 - Www-4 3Wi""'igs vain Kia V :W 25' ,Q " ' fx j V ii 'vfffgff-i"7TQ.'?.,1 A -WA, - K-e'Z'1,5?'fL'-B mi, if ,, y ' 1- Q' ' A ""'X,:'4-,iff my iff HX Q, ,- Top to bottom and left to right-Tina Grogan, Suzanne Beams, Barbara Gunn, Linda Evitts, Dona Street, Mary Alice Ishmael, Judd Strader, Captain C Jean Ross, and Linda Stevens, 61 Tom Dowling Dave Bogart CO CAPTAINS OF THE FOOTBALL TEAM Charlie McGu1re FOOTBALL SCORES Sept. 23 G'toWn .... 18g Hanover Sept. 30 G'town .... 6g Howard .... Oct. 7 G'town .... 14g Maryville .. Oct. 14 G'town .... 6g W. Va. Tech Oct. 28 G'town .... 27g Millsaps Nov. 4 G'town .... 125 Franklin Hard driving Dickie Fuller in action as he led the Tlgers. victory. 'Ill' Georgetown ended its 1961 football season a record of two wins, three losses, and tie. Although the team was composed of rookies and only a few veterans, was always a "never give up" attitude at all of the games. Under the of Lester Craft, Jerry Henry, and our team defeated Hanover while losing to Howard, Mary- and ranklin. Even though the team feel the loss of such seasoned veterans Dave Bogart, Charlie McGuire, Tom and Bill Ellis, the coaching staff about next year because most team will be returning. The team is Fuller crosses over Dowling and the goal line, as the Tigers sink Millsaps, FOGTBALL TEAM Front Row-L-R-C. Gregory, D. Gregory, Elliot, Winn, Echols, McGraw, Gauspohl, Horn, Coach Craft. Second Row - Ass't Coach Phillips, Shelton, Wells, Lykins, Shields, Gerken, Bain, Bogart, Lee. Third Row-Athletic Director, Jones, Dunn, Hol- loway, Hundley, Rhode, Bucklew, Bell, Ful- ler, Ass't Coach Henry. Fourth Row- Steumpel, Dowling, Moleton, Gibbs, Brown, Cornell, Leach, Manager Fields. to be congratulated for its fighting spirit which it displayed all through the season. "Hey! Get off my back man!" says Winn as he gains some vital yardage. ...... 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Flick 1. mf sw f E if 5 . 3 if .., V... 15 we V . 1 . 25. X . BILL ELLIS X : ..,. . w... ... E v aa U, . 5 :- x 1 I L gi. CARL SHIELDS 2 Q 'ff A . 4 5 Q 5 A 31 .Q 2 ' ' BILL SHELTON .Q J Q FS mf JOHN MOLETON "Don't sweat it Gang! It's only Transy!" Bmleetball SEASONS RECORD Georgetown .. 86 Campbellsville . Georgetown .. 94 Hanover ........ .... . Georgetown ...... 93 Campbellsville . Georgetown .. 92 Cumberland Georgetown. ..... 75 David Lipscomb Georgetown ...... 83' Tampa ........ Georgetown .. 86 Rollins ...... . Georgetown .. 73 Stetson ....... . Georgetown ...... 100 MacMurray .... Georgetown ...... 76 Western Illinois Georgetown ...... 88 Villa Madonna . Georgetown ...... 94 Morris Harvey Georgetown ...... 84 Pikeville ...... Georgetown ...... 81 Union ......,. Georgetown. ..... 88 Bellarmine Georgetown ...... 84 Cumberland .. Georgetown ..... . 72 Berea .......... ..... Georgetown ...... 104 Villa Madonna Georgetown ...... 85 Berea .......... ..... Georgetown ...... 86 Bellarmine Georgetown ...... 69 Pikeville .... Georgetown ....., 98 Hanover ...... Georgetown ...... 84 Union ................. Georgetown ...... 71 Villa Madonna ......... Georgetown ...... 75 Transylvania Georgetown ...... 71 Transylvania K.I.A.C. Tournament Georgetown ...... 101 Berea ........ Transylvania .......... Georgetown ...... 74 N.A.I.A. District 24 Playoff Georgetown ...... 85 Villa Madonna ......... N.A.I.A. In Kansas City Georgetown ...... 51 Carson Newman ....... Westerlield goes "up in the air" to help sink the opponent! Hey, it's twisting time!"-as Tuttle drives in for a layup. "Tree" Lorenz - "Tree for Two." 67 "Up, up, and away"-leapin' Joe Farris connects for a goal. Georgetown College ended its regular basketball season with a tremendous 21 wins against only 5 losses and again winning the K.I.A.C. tournament, the team Won the N.A.I.A. District 24 playoff entitling the boys to go to Kansas City again for the second straight year. Overall the team wound up with 23 wins against 7 losses. G'town contributed three out of the top five scorers in the K.I.A.C. with Dick Vories, Cecil Tuttle, and Joe Farris averaging 25, 19, and 18 points respectively a game. Georgetown also placed Dick Vories on the United Press Little All-American Team. An- other reason why Georgtovvn was again tops was due to the rebounding power of Bob Jones, who again led the K.I.A.C. with an average of 15 rebounds a game. Two other boys who did a tremendous job, especially during the tournaments, were Tom Wester- field and Gary Lorenz. All this added up to one of the best sea- sons Georgetown has ever experienced. Al- though the team will feel the loss of three of its starters, Coach Bob Davis will look to some fine freshmen prospects to fill their shoes. 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'Iijf .5 R Qzififi R1 'NWFP .fx 2- wfiff' in ' 1 f - Mya- -w-Mvigggikea ,A : , w-uv-gimfivw .. VNS, . Wzwiw ,A,54,.,f3,eh .MW-+f-4-ff'fp'M Q 4 w -xx ,naw Q Uma'-1 wwww, w uw - 3-,frfmm X M , - Q A -A -sux 'WF CEEIL TUTTLE E-5'-1 as azfwdf Wm YK i X K we 7 xx 3 W I Ki Ia' Q 5 'Q 0 H gf 113 W 1 X W ,f X was 1 fe A F Z 4 figii W Lf MX N' Lb X 1 F4 'Z gg? ff 1 Q v. f mmm gf M 'ifjffi Q 1 My-fi 1 Wa 1 QSWEW Hi' ,ms Wl ill 5 ef ' w :, 3? 1, x -uw is .., my as ff Baseball Georgetown's baseball team, coached by Jimmy Mitchell, wound up its 1961 season with 6 wins and 7 losses. Due to the loss of quite a few seniors, our team was under- going a rebuilding season, but still ranked fourth in the KIAC. Even though the team lost such veterans as Don Duvall, Ron Eck- ler, Herbie Kays, some returnees are Bobby Jones, Bob Tripure, Bill Fogle, and Donnie Kays. Some rookies expected to add strength to the team are Charles and Dave Gregory, Dick Vories, Tom Creamer, Gary Friedly, and Steve Leech. Because of the returning lettermen and these newcomers, Coach Mitchell is very optimistic about the 1962 season. Back row: Jimmy Mitchell, Coach, John Browng Bob Jones, Charlie Gauspolhg Ron Ecklerg Herbie Kaysg Front row: Bill Fogleg Donnie Kaysg Ken Arbuckleg Bob Tripureg Kenny Horn. BASEBALL SCORES Georgetown ..... 105 Campbellsville ..... 5 Georgetown 9 ' Centre ....... 0 Georgetown Georgetown Georgetown Georgetown Georgetown ..... 10 Georgetown ..... Georgetown Centre ....... Transylvania . Berea ........ Bellarmine . . . Villa Madonna Villa Madonna Transylvania . Georgetown ..... Bellarrnine . . . Georgetown Berea ........ Georgetown ..... U. of Louisville Georgetown ..... U. of Louisville v L.,,ji?"""K MMYM f., 1 i,M,,, .ufqw-Trax: -4 "Stee-rike" "Over the fence, Herbie!" "Bob winds up!" 1 Q n -1 WO "Throw it home, Trip!" w lb Q mpwv- mfr .-,L f JT, BIA-EM' wwlw '-ge M. Ji' 5, , Left to right: Ron Barber, Bill Galivani, Denise Mudd, Ken Burton, Tennis Univ. of Kentucky. . 65 Georgetown ..... O Transylvania ...... 35 Georgetown ..... 4 Union ............ 25 Georgetown ..... 7 Berea ....... . ........... Rained out Bellarmine . . . .............. Rained out Berea .......,..... 55 Georgetown ..... 2 Villa Madonna ..... 15 Georgetown ..... 8 Transylvania ...... 45 Georgetown ..... 3 Bellarmine ........ 7 5 Georgetown ..... 0 Berea ........................ Rained out K.I.A.C. MEET Bellarmine ........ 65 Georgetown ..... 1 Bellarmine .... . . . 35 Georgetown. . . . . 6 Bellarmine .... . . . 95 Georgetown. . . . . 7 "Here's Mudd in your eye!" E L , - . "What form!" Georgetown's tennis team, coached by Ron Barber, ended the 1961 season with 5 wins and 3 losses and ranked second in the KIAC tournament. In the KIAC tourna- ment., the doubles teams consisted of Herbie Kays and Ron Barber, while Ken Burton and Stafford Brandon were the two players in the two singles matches. Although the team lost 3 veterans, Stafford Brandon, Her- bie Keys, and Ron Barber, the two returning veterans will be Dennise Mudd and Ken Burton. Even though it will be a rebuilding year for the team, the players feel that the outlook for the 1962 season is very bright. "What a forearm!" -1,4 My L, ,, . . . T , . . sr 15.7, ax- N . .vw f. .. ..:71f:L T ,. L i -7 I , 1 7. ' --AA Liga A . .7. 'This 5 2 ..., li: Y. , 7 wil l 7 I ' W-Q i Z M? 4 4 5 V I . - . A H L qymemm-2: - M r -a..,as,:.:, .- -' -I V ngf: . , ,Ai 4 4 Q s Q . i ::iF,,.::: 5' ,--- ,-:-i'.-45:53-":':::I:-Qing. I e new fr -f aa,.-,. , . 2 , , k GOV Georgetown's golf team ended its 1961 season with six Wins and ive losses, rank- ing second in the KIAC tournament. The team was coached by Richard Carlton who also won the individual crown in the KIAC tournament, While Bill Hale and Doug Weick, the only two returnees, tied for fifth place. The team is to be greatly commended for its win over Bellarmine since Bellarmine has only been beaten by one other team in the KIAC. We are proud of this relatively young sport at G'toWn and the outlook of the 1962 season is very good. GOLF SCORES G'town 5 g Eastern .... .... 1 3 G'town Slfz, Morehead . . . . . V2 G'town V25 Bellarrnine ...... 81h G'town 7 g Berea ...... 5 G'town Eastern .......... 10 G'town 8 3 Union ........... 0 G'town 112 Transylvania ..... 2176 G'toWn .... . lfgg Bellarmine ...,.. 1715 G'town 155 Morehead ....... 12161 G't0iwn ....... 5 g Transylvania .... 7 G'town 12 5 Berea ...... . .. 0 G'town's Golf Squad composed of Richard Carlton, pictured at toy left, and Bill Hale, bottom left, and standing are Doug Weick and Fred Saunders. Tmck l Charlie McGuire breaks the tape as the Tigers top Berea. Joe Farris in action as he wins the K.I.A.C. high Jump. v Geo1'get0wn's mile relay team consisting of Tuttle, Henson, Hogg, a.nd Fuller. Due to the loss of quite a few seniors, Georgetown ended its 1961 season with a record of 2 wins and 9 losses while finishing fourth in the KIAC tournament. Some standouts during the season were Jim Hogg in the low and high hurdles, Joe Farris in the high jump, and Dick Fuller in the half- mile. The mile relay team, composed of Cecil Tuttle, Brenton Henson, Jim Hogg, and Dick Fuller, was also a standout throughout the season. Since the team was undergoing a rebuilding season, it didn't lose many veterans and will be strengthened by newcomers. Some returnees expected to strengthen the team will be Dick Fuller, Joe Farris, Charles McGuire, Torn Dowling, and Cecil Tuttle. The team was coached by Brad Jones who feels that the outlook for the 1962 season is very good. TRACK SCORES Georgetown .... 72 5 Centre 59 Georgetown .... 25155 Eastern 1051f2 Georgetown .... 39 ,Morehead .... 90 Georgetown 26165 Eastern 1041!2 Georgetown Sllkg Union . Georgetown 48 3 Bellarmine . . . Georgetown 57 g Berea . Georgetown Georgetown 40 gMorehead .... 69 5 Cumberland .. 7926 82 74 91 62 .,: .. so E ly 5 rs -, ' will ,rams Anderson Ha11's Eddie Watkins hits for two during an intra-squad game. They're laughing now, but you should see them when they finish. Dave Herrod gets away a pass against the K.A.'s, the intramural football champs, as Pawling loses a real close one. Boyfr I1atmmu1fozl.r Gene Farley, Dean Parks and Ron Waldridge are seen competing in the intramural cross country race. ,. - Kappa Delta and Sigma Kappa participate in volleyball. Carolyn Head is ready to play ping pong. 5 Tina Grogan prepares to knock a homer. ,Girlfr Intmmumlf Peggy Horton is active in girls' intramurals, but now it's time for tennis, a non-intramural sport. 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Szggma Kappa "One Heart, One Way" is the cry a Sigma girls hasten back to campus early t Retreat . . . Founder's Day refreshes me ories of Colby College Days and the fourlll ing of Sigma Kappa November 9, 1874 . . But Santa Claus, I Wasn't expecting you . . . Rah! Rah! Tigers! Tina trills . . . Peg Snyder beams as Lambda Chi Alpha CRES CENT GIRL . . . Vicki Ritter passes Pi Kapp Alpha laurels to Judy Allen . . . Joy Parso: polishes halo for Patsy Johnston . . . Hobb voted lVIIss GEORGETONIAN and Most out standing . . . Judy Green named Most Likelg to Succeed . . . Vicki Ritter reigns as the 196 MAY QUEEN . . . Silver blades sparkle iz the moonlight as Alpha Chi's hit the ice a the Valentine Party . . . 19 sport shiny nex pins . . . 34 pledges run over the hill . . Casualties of Cupid's Darts decorated - Grimes, Ritter, Asher, Johnson, Mulberr5 Dotson, Hobbs, etc .... The curfew will nc ring tonight . . . Stereo is super!-Try dana ing'???? . . . The Blue-grass Run . . . A-Hal Observatory-Watch those shades . . . Alum tops . . . redecorating results in speckle faces . . . Nerves, nerves- . . . Rush for re serves . . . Cold Slaw brandishes the hickor stick . . . Ping shapes up the house . . . Caro lyn Witt and Judy Green-Belle of the Blu Hnalists . . . Parson, Stamper, Ping carry or dramatic tradition . . . International flavc added by Stamper and Dyer . . . Hobbs an Baker bop back from New England . . Strummin' to singin' . . . Rainbows . . . Littl Bunch of Violets . . . 62 Belles and all's we . . . L'envoi. . . . Smile, y0u're on T.V. Next year, when we move in the house- x ,.. E Q5 ' .... 1 . -- H. x E Q E .. W fi ' ' .:.:::: . v- 1 F 11:85 'QQ X: 5 Si gs Sully COCJIIIIII gm 4 me we 'Sims e W2 is .M , Q li:-mm Davis .:., 2 ffafefi -b" Joys: nee: 3 -5 QQ .:::.:.. I .. ggi if? - z. mi' . .Q.!. K M vagina sme- Fil l . W il 5 Q is 3 . EEHL, 5 cur Ping 5 ,S ,W 1? W xg?-Q e., ., i x! fig W ni ii wa, if cwenesfm .UH era W" H Q . 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Corresponding Secretary ARBARA DOTSON ALLY COCHRAN Spring Semester AROLYN WITT .... ATSY JOHNSTON... AT HOWARD ....... NGELA STUCKER . . . . .Treasurer House President . President I-RG SCUDDER . '. .. I. I. u. I ............ .First Vice-President . . . .Second Vice-President . . . . . .Recording Secretary OXANNE VAUGHN .... Corresponding Secretary . . . . .Treasurer UE PING ........... . . .House President 1. Q .,. ..., ,:, ' H ami-zu iiff' 5 F iw I' ' 'VI' :.5 . . .- 5:54 22 fffffi: Q' ' S1 :sez 5 31 Tina Cvnuigurl 'X 43 M ' E if ' . W es idle H ef f 5ue51mk'1l EK 65 1 135 I .,.., mf.. is . Muriel' -vwg le g i si E sw. .r R it .,..,.., .5 , .,. ...,.... , Bama-v our-K-34 W5 ' M Si: -:"2 "-- .. : its gifs lj? -- "s - .V Q1 '1 .,.. Clnrk Swift! Cm 1528- 5 5551 I Z2 gm ..,. V , We v lg .:..-- " gk, lriihfibnndi Ebkne Thacker W ' h is 5 rf 2 ir , ag .:.4...i, if L AX of Wbccier Km. ,, E.. iw ' -E 'L vc 581 Li:-dwg if ss 5, was . 'F M ig. -Q " E- ee M V C ' ' '- '1 asf: my e-.iw Fi' i t Sn '5 s 1 Q .9 W1 .. . E - .... gi B1 Rat Hart' 2 is Q 3: V bg: em 'E 51 H 'Mg Vu: new . . 1 Bn H3 Hn ll 'j U, x Q-1" Q, H - -Q1 V.. M. 'E y i . Q "2 M Q ,. E - 5 1. as :ff . ram, im- cvs me E ZA EET? Kew, egg 'H .'E, Q I an g Q is ik H .. . mfr S Lx X a Z .sf Louise frcrmor . i f it ,X 5 . 1 f' 3 2 Edna Jdmsovl A 5 5 5-T 'nsgtgfi f ting- ' he E mi X 3 5 is A .,. ....... R U elif X 5 v Bi-C934 61.401 Sig'ma's Declaration of Vic Loretta Dav i it S km t i , fi W ...es -gy M ff, i's.:v':" x K if 1 74,322 tory" is signed by KY iii Beta Lambda Chapter OUNDA AW 5 If I Our rolling stone gathers much glory- Helen with the gavel of Kappa Delta and a Who's Whog Gay, our star, in "Glass Me- nagerie," also in Wh0's Who and Eta Delta Phi, Lynda, our prize debater and another Lynda, a majorette, 7 KD cheerleaders, Bonnie, Mary R., and Dianne on Homecom- ing Court, Suzanne, Most Popular Girl, Bev and Linda, PiKA Dream Girl Court . . . "Miss Belle of the Blue," our own Judy Klopp with Linda Evitts in her court . . . "Deep Down in Our Hearts" . . . "Sweetest Fellow," Bill Chestnut . . . Sloppy-joes, baked potatoes, and football players . . . "Gold Rush," well, it was original . . . Va- riety Show with our "intellectuals" in "Brave New G'town" . . . Sisters, pinned, lavaliered, and "going steadyv . . . Smoke- filled rooms-please, fix our furnace . . . White Rose Week . . . pledges, pledges . . . Eve, Best Pledge . . . 31.00, Actives, for spa- ghetti, Those KD "athletes" . . . Pizza party at UK . . . Green blouses . . . 7 AM song practice . . . Campus Sing-what to Wear??'? . . . "She's your Kappa Delt Sweetheart" . . . Burn that midnight oil, gals . . . Student teachers?-some even walk, huh, Kay . . . Some sisters to Europe . . . Spring . . . Flor- ida, backyard sunworshipers . . . Graduation . . . Mixed emotions, Helen, Mae, "Koonie," Mary Anne, Gay, "Moonie," and J anice? . . . Now for a job, Sr., or a middle-aisle . . . Tears, gripes, Work, laughter, talk, dreams, memories . . . a year . . . Love in A.O.T. Miss Kentucky contestant Linda Evitts. Kappa Delta "Did you hear the one about the farmer's daughter?" "For all we know we may never gripe again." mN..mavf:mxeuw:awr'sfw xa:.'zssrm.amm ...... m :wm 2 1:ss..m bf H , .:5 .5. .........a. 5 1 . M., I -. ei . fi . SS -3 . Q .. : -f. I fx N Y 2, K -1, ZA x .W , A ,isfirmf 'f 33' , , 3 ' , iw ya ,fm , .. ,W ,A if H.-.v Anne r.u,-san sum'-sg Mme Li-.N nm- my mem- neun arcwm. may umm- .very comb, rmilmm A...1.-mm A--f nf, u.Mm,- m.,..-.M lm mf ,-A-Emmy A.:-i-ful mf Awww: m-...ww hw p,.,...-.1 "J, fffiiwfegg f -- , . 5' HW- I' -:E " 4x lt , . ,gg rappzr :EUR np .. , ig, 5 5 1 X35 ig lwfq' sv' Y ' K Lv-W Q ' ' A A i 's A 'Y - - A my sfmw .umm mum. nm- mu.-U AA-agyx.-A umm . 19 621 , e 1 M, . ' .3 - '- '-' 1 :v Y Z Pi, . Q' 1 fi?-a ,gp . Av, Q, " PM l A . Judy men. Jmm gm-, E4i.wkn'u1-1- 697 Som-ie Saw. L,,n.l-. 5-9.-wne Hg ' Ann Wilidll ff,.,:s-, 660 zfgetuwlt Qfullsge EN E iam msrkufw ., .uiifmf 5332? ' M f . 3 6 .wgmff , ' QV, ...z . ,I 1 . ' if 2.32.1 'K - 25, 5, if YM if . ' 2 N W '- 4- 5 H -. ii 'M ' awe ..::, 'sg ff QQ , . .nf :If gn. FH 'gg 155 - I i N " ' M-zvyNu.c Nu-ual M-my Cmgms Lynda lvvin Freda Plaff . M2-R!Mw.:9:A32:54 A- 3' iff MX. V Vg' S' '- "I . ,.. , , rf f. -- 9 wi ,f S .- -- 1 3 i ' " f: ff. ' E ' be 'F' . . - 'H ' 2 fix.. '-" ww if' . . .. W - Rv 13 2 ' .f.:. . Y 5 . 27 K Sr 7' . ' EER - W' ' lf.. Q A U " ,. gr I ir T Q Q we 5,5 A -fs- L m ,K 'Q is '1- Ahce F-.mlm lx-mu Bmun wye hung ,muy Q.-seg nskviufchmnkncl- . x , M f ,WR ,FM I , , n V we I ., S ': ' .mme Nun mu sum ,mm Tw-ner, emu new Mmm om-.4-U. , 7 , 1. 'M Y- I , - I. I 5 A 6 I 1 '1 51 f. A rw- asf Q.. e 4 ir 5, iufwx 2' , 1 M V 5" b V 321 5 I "' M, .,:., . S I . , . dx L .41 ,mu--f mmm- mm- swwns moyse :human Braid! mer amy cwmgfuy 1 - 2 Y OFFICERS Fall HELEN STEVENS ........ MARY BROWN . . . . . .Vice-President KAY KOEHN .. JUDY COMBS LYNDA IRVIN EVE TOSH . . . JUDY COMBS Spring SANDRA TURNER .. . ..... President . . . . . .Secretary . . .Treasurer . . . . . .President Vice-President . . . . . .Secretary . . . Treasurer Q T: 2, 4' A f ,f linda Evnifs fi , M 1 'Q - Hi J' fi "K" 'L 51 A: 15 ' 7 A .... iw .. we ,U Eve 1051! aww cfm..- , . Q at .nk Q ,M K I K, Dru Frefl' J!" 5-me, namwl JR' a in 'Eh 5 Burma.: Gunn I 5 . 1 4 an gm Tm.,-rw ,, smug. M.-...M by I A, 1, 75 cm .ng-1 mm - - . -'Y 3.4 I fu-may c-..,,afmi 1.17 ff Fw M 5 Sew N We 5- E M-.lvlurl Wvx! k e . ' U Er 'V mqlmn' NAA!-x'k 1 . , 1 ,, 4 FVJN lfvnaul J 1. nam. f-...mu KH The KD's pan for a victory and rush for a goal and they did, :rj 1-Era: 4 CII? i 1Mi6755'Cyoaf eww f ofllegpl ZHM The year starts with a bright note, the house turns green . . . Chestnut's baby, the Cha te? KO News, is delivered successfully . . . P Don and Tonyis "Crescent Moonv catches on . . . Our float, "Spirit of Georgetown," is shot down . . . Bobby Joe most popular on the campi, also is Mr. Georgetonian . . . "Let's get together," and they did . . . I've got the In-o-n-o, mononucleosis blues . . . "Can't stay, gotta go to the BELLE OF THE BLUE office," quote Ritchey . . . our nominee, Carolyn Witt, among finalists in "Belle" contest . . . Did you see my toothbrush? . . . Jones sudses and-. . . quiet, you guys, Flint's got a Bac- Ti test tomorrow . . . Chad leads chem frat . . . Peg Snyder-Crescent Girl . . . Tony hangs 'em up . . . Roberts and Parks win in- tramural debate trophy . . . King vs. Qua Cfor third timej . . . Lambs win Campus Sin . . . Quiet hours!! McKinley becomes Grand High Duckwalk Coach . . . That'll cost you fifty . . . KO initiates two outstanding honor- aries . . . H. A. Crofts elected treasurer of student body also makes VVho's Who . . . Hey, Bear, hear you're getting a new car . . . Borders has new chapeau . . . Foley's stilll looking for King Tut in Fox Field . . - Pledges converge in Zinzinnati to inspect the Big G . . . Last Chance Don Juan . . . Pi Nuts, sports editor of GEORGETONIAN . . . Dwight-Success at last . . .Let's go th Grass route . . . Mom's Club redecorate house . . . "Another scholarship trophy'?' Chestnut is KD fella . . . "Just one more- Peggy Snyder, Lambda Chi Alpha Crescent Girl.- Yeaff, Says Barber ' - - Mom Glass, UI told you not to bring those girls in this housen . . . the last for which the first was made . . standing together . . . Yours in Z.A.X. Lambda Chi AQJIM "And the whale was in the belly of Jonah three It seems we always have to redecorate this par- days and three nights." ticular room, ,W-4 9F"'W""T1'!-H---55 - -'L: .E 5 . tt S 6 n.wuum9e L. smears s E 3 ,...... , i s ,185 Y 0 fd? Q if-f ,slit fi ' si X' use F! Foley . . ' J. 05660141 35: . . . MUIWO 51 X! 6 ,af V 5 as Nh, E Saunders. g . 3. +2 K. 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Roberts 11 Gibson W. gulsfatgut' 1550-f9jL5'5 Qkuvgetnwn Qfullnzgz 19 ez -.L .aff . F . R umbbu Qlhi Sllpha t -' .5 - 2-. .. - Z i 2 H W , .f: . r -EE f 1 f 2229222 .. , 1 A- M .-.f':T :-, - M 1 'f A ' F 2 1 gi W ,.. .... ...H -- A A .'2:' in 12:2 ...'.'.'. . ax 4, 'H A ggi F is Q H sv 45 . W .. . :i f I-: l,5!'I:I 'Z 51581135 is B e H EV it X WV , . . .... ,...,,,, , M 'VV 11 'G M, r W ,: 'gf T Whitfield WS R- 0' 55 R.wi Icy D HUYFUISGU y.,u,.2,,.,f3.Y - .- .f. . -sw-msn: .H .,, . . . - - as '4 G61 X. . .. 4 - . M M 4 Z2 . wr E?-it. ' f as ---- P - 5 ' fs., -.f sw 5 v jg. is . .2-fi: v 3 132543-Q - . 4 lj - 53, 5: :.- M 32" - it 3' t H , HJ.: Aa 2 ',:,. , . . mm sm J H 3 wwf B n Q use may 'Hmm t ifix 4 3 E5-,222 I .Q . 3, 1 1 K.. Wai kins W. Beams J. Clemons D. Johnwn CK CROFTS ................ ..... , . .President BBY JOE MCMAHAN. . . ..,. Vice-President VE RITCHEY ........ ...... S ecretary RY SNYDER ............... . . .Treasurer CHESNUT ........................ President UG GIBSON ....... .... V ice-President OLL ROBERTS .. ...... Secretary L FRANK JONES .. - - AXA -- as M www-2 si-msg x H x H X 1. 15 rare QIQQI' ' L ,W 5 KZ F' rv -Wie 7? f 8 Q L. 31 uf-Q W Q A jsag M V Wx U. Mctki 11163 W x Q -a stu. ,ss-,sm-.5 W. ww.-.zweg We Q -1 M may-- ia 2255. K sums .mr- irfrggi .W ,. Ml.. y 4 A 1' 1 a.mumug Magi ss sz fi E 1,3 1 Q setigf iiisf .. gg , Q f 'N SQ. 2 2 J. Walker 1 X i Am J r Q, ix gf 5 v M. Snyder Q39 2 ' X X i m X gf I t 3 W Ig Kin R, fig 'Lp iv' 5 f D. Chance NNW ' XJJ,.- .... .. 2531515 'Ir-2 T ff 4 Hx , an . ,Q sg -if 5, cw X an -f D Guth -':2 2 FPS , 5, gb 121 5 f FZ Arnoki 5 5 2 EV -5 'x 5Q24r3E'f 5. Francis Flight to Victory, "It'll never get off the ground." . . .Treasurer , . W' +P """5f74Yl6 IYII, 'J -'WDKIR :E :':": i'H?i'RQ3E,, ' Kappa Alpha Order, which was founde at Washington and Lee University in 1865 under the spiritual guidance of Robert E Lee, opens another big year at Georgeto . . . Beta Delta begins year with 100'Zu pledg ing, twelve for twelve . . . Half of the chapte was in the hospital after the Howard Colleg massacre . . . Three rushees injured by rush move "technique" on the Maryvill College football trip . . . Our Variety Show act brought down the curtains literally . . Villa Madonna loses their Confederate Fla for second consecutive year . . . The South ern Gentleman receive a cordial letter fro the Kansas City Chamber of Commerce in viting us out for another big year . . . Threel on their way to church waterbagged . . Men of Kappa Alpha begin packing for another goodwill trip through the Midwes' to Kansas City . . . Chan DeMoisey i caught on the roof with a waterbag in hid hand . . . Evangelist, Don Brandeis, afte completing a successful revival on the cam pus, becomes an official sponsor and backe of the fraternity . . . Plans for this year' Old South are drawn up which includ the chapters at U. of K. and Transylvani . . . The celebration of Robert Ei. Lee's birth day is held March 2, at Oelsner's Coloniaf Inn in Covington, Ky .... A Beard-Shavin contest was held to climax the Old Soutg Week . . . A faculty Open House is held t display our refurnished house . . . Pricg Smith gets pinned on a "rental" basis . . After Hnals are completed, another year if Finished and men who are fighting for th Southern cause, leave for home with warm spot in their hearts for the days spen at Georgetown. Profiles in courage. ,"T"' w ,I ' :E f N, ,g,, .hwy ,, , fc r W Dennis GHG Yll 1 M 'fa "-'14 MCE- , ' . ' sysj, r A W 38 x Ns . ' c PE v K 9 ami M4 K Q1 Hollis Griiion yavfi -' iw if X 3 ,f I me 1-53 x A g k QL? Grown Gay Loren: WM I wax W yas M I Wawvr a-3,5 - Q . ,wig , Ag Z A xii' I-13513505 Lindsay Apple ,., Q -' Qwxw smsmasng 'X gif: all QQ Hgf NM B 2? Va fs? X 'S r 'E 4 ? is w NCIS Fuller I fWWQ?f fra: M :Q 5 W ,V ,. Wi :-- 51 Qs? V2 ' Af wa em rogue M 17 Q ra. .3 1? R UP 1 K Q ""- ,:.,. ' Qfgggg A W' 5 1" 1 Y' Bill Etiis KI JR E. 1, ,. ft, had ,'., ' P WE . ,Q ., . . ,L,s,,o, ,In Ra 'M:::'5f555 2 - ' " ' I :, 4' ., ', ' . S 1 E gn if? i g 'L I 1 ES ri , QP, 'K in 'aw ia Q2 1' . r.: . msn omg 1 ' :gn ummm Lgmlpwtel Li,ga .,5: .,E5 :.. .. . s I H J, fs- X M ' - 'M- ff e ,Myrna Raigiek 0 54' Q f , ,N Q A F rl 5 5, 4' , I Wg . f' rl qi l Remy DKIKISOI a g ,stag I giglgyyglg Q' gg I eg 5.1 g 1 if ,, gm .. agar F? John !! , 'F ' .-:-- .. Bwwif Qeurfgdfnwu. Cullege 2 X, W " Q12 mf, Wifi 11,2351 2 Sf We Q a-V' 2 lf. is may Q' Nh. NL Voighf' ffm. "3-SQSSTQQSI wi , i 45 . , f Q 5? 1 T 1 'Q ' sl? f QL -1: f .Ka-. isigasa ...... 5 -gag 1 I ,Q af 1 I ,,.x Bill Cumcr ., 1-:-521 .1.,f, ,fs , f-XA S 1 v V 1,235 PM f 1 , Q, Ya J af , 1 if 1962 . 4: .V A Y flu gg I ry I Ken wells 'P .A.... . v,.. I an 51 ,. , 1,7 .. .Q ...Msg fi F bs y '- 1 QM Ea I X Hgfpw iff, W - Chen lbmiseg EQWEY? Q .42 I QQM' 232, I ,z 'i ' ilig LIhdIl,J0h25 . R066 KA as Ralph Drwrg John Ball-mHne Louis Knox OFFICERS Fall Webb Dunlap ...... e Gray ...... I Ellis ....., le Hubbard ......... Spring Ie Hubbard rman Brown . . kie Fuller . . 1 Barnett .. ...No. I .. .No. II ...No. III ...No. IV ...No. I ...No. II ...No. ...No. III IV X QW :aa a Q - get ' ai-aa? ,E W If 8urne3SuHou . as ,295 M' ml? - f-5,2 ,ai qi gf fa 0' '11 Donnie: Kugs E. wa qi ,Q I -'-- S541 '1 'K ff' I A- Doug wcick . .,,..V A If :,, Y I -35 I xi' A,.,.,,'- " rag 5' lf ' is rd laik jcfykvi' ,.-.g'?"Y v j 7 fa f Bill Barnefi' 52321 ii'-Ei""1 as g -. V-...gf F 3, weiff. ,wwf . . f m if . .JW , . My I Jim Arelurr Rivet, ' ' " ' A Mfpgwm Q4 sf '23, Q2 B' 51 1 -b 1' -- Lf M.. 9 A W H . Z, umier Wands , nm F'-5-1:41 Famous alum Robert E. Lee, helps KA's "Paddle Millsaps." fwhf A, Hg, , ,, .. A rs Nix- - 'U , s 'f"1-'W' -RC' .vi .T ' ,g,?fjq.1-rgg:'- '.-WM' - Q I ,. ,ff Alpha Lambda Chapter Judy Allen, Pi Kappa Alpha Dream Girl. Pi Kappa Aqaba -mar r.s1'r5:Ue'w The Pikes got off to an early start thu year vvith the purchase of a fire truck . . Led by fire-fighters Allen and Akridi we Won cross-country, and with "Spik Allen leading the fire brigade We al, took first place honors in volleyball . . Fireman Tripure led the intramural footb squad and we managed to salvage secoii place . . . As basketball season got into f swing the firemen of Pi KA were in t number one spot for the third straight ye . . . The Tiger Football Team was captain this year by Brothers Bogart and Dowli and the basketball squad was greatly help by Brother Westerfield . . . Engineers Cr and Cook, along with Rookie Firem Baker, Bertram, Campbell, Hale, Koe Snawder, and Taylor constructed our wi ning Homecoming Float. Fireman Johns engineered our Christmas Party with t assistance of Firemen Gilkey, Nolan, a Sullivan . . . Our new Dream Girl elect at this party Was, Miss Judy Allen, an e mentary education major from Madisonvil Kentucky . . . The spring semester fou Firemen Stewart, Lucas, Martin, Hag and Gregory studying hard for those rn school exams . . . As the new semester beg Rookie Firemen Cole and Henson W activated . . . It has been another higg successful year for Pi Kappa Alpha and owe a vote of thanks to our "big four" fi men, Goode, Bogart, Bolton, and Wils for their leadership throughout the year. They look fascinated, "Red Draggin' Waggin'." w:.,nmmmmm-is :zulu 1'f a Wm Alle n lm nw T1 :put s ,ww Picasa wx wfwmv? E 5?Q5n k ww, 'R Anen T wesksfcki L rerhnom' oregon, 3, R Mn 'Hull M4:vChel eww " ff wluh A Akrld-qc' Mmhn Nolan Emuwn L vwsro! I .4 CL Wa bon F. uvoda wnlyy mmm.-uf Qkorfgzfnwn fr if :Jw H N 4 V Rrdsngs Kappa Qllpha Berh am T Sufhvrlond M5 g p gan,-9 'bm Ki Moyes C. Jolnwu OFFICERS Fa L GOODE AVE BOGART VICE I ARLES BOLTON ........ Spring . . . . . .President ' NNON STOKES ........ . BBY COOK ...... . . .Vice -President M CREAMER .... ...... I UCK JOHNSON .. BDQLV , C. 504 lsr n.f,w-A3-f Hwmtgz? 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Ha The Vo1'ies'jump." "Camera Shy??" "I dreamed . . ." '1Mating only ' 'iRags" "That five minute break for study," Romance blooms even m mholaatxg suxxoundxngs INDEPENDENTS Mom xoflects on the past ne, on the rocksz' "Keith enjoys zz balmy autumn day," 1 W K 11 llgbl Hall ,' F C A W E' Somebody even told us that one has mastered the telephone, I Carol Ann Barlett, President Knight Hall . . . Trophy collector . . . Trophy Number One: our homecoming float . . . "It's Tiger Sapping Time" . . . Our tall tree . . . Lift the wires, boys . . . Homecom- ing Queen, Jewell Campbell . . . Linda J ones, Betty Bell Lykins in the court . . . Trophy Number Two: our Variety show act . . . How to survive fallout . . . in song and DANCE . . . Every Time it rains, it rains strontium 90" . . . Radioactive Rock- ettes and BeBop Bombers . . . Choreography by Joanne Browning . . . Lyrics by Jane Pilson . . . Script by Barbara Maupin, our hardworking Social Chairman . . . Open houses . . . Never knew how many were coming . . . Country and 'Western theme . . . A winner-"The Saps Are Running." , Just dieting between meals. Singing around the campfire findoors, yetlj . . . Kitchen shower . . . From Us to Us . . . Our cupboard was bare . . . so we filled it . . . Christmas Formal . , . "Silver Bells" . . . in the Phoenix Fountain Room . . . Anyone want to buy a mug? . . . Christmas door decorating contest . . . Won by Mr. 8: Mrs. Snowman . . . Serenade . . . Led by Patti Phillips . . . Steven Foster songs . . . Second semester, a new Mom . . . Mrs. Margaret Cloare . . . To help Mom Trosper, our gal- lant defender against the powers that be . . . Proudly We hail . . . Ann Dykes, Linda Jones. Carol Robinson-Belle of the Blue Pageant contestants . . . Six girls made Who's Who . . . "But Mom, it's not electric and another winner. s HK' aw? swf ew 55 aa 52555255 E gang: WHEE- EM? sw- 55853551 Yrwyiif 52 si? ' Rucker Hall Individual act winners in the Variety Show: Treble Tones-Sue Bohannon, Cheryl Leonard, Julia Carter. Everybody's doing it! H , 'A s' sv Carolyn Head, President. Sprawling red brick castle of royal mem- ories . . . four iloors of happiness . . . laugh- ter and tears . . . hen parties and study . . . joy and heartbreak . . . cooperation . . . closeness . . . lasting friendships begun . . . decisions wrestled with . . . personalities shaped . . . secrets shared . . . popcorn par- ties . . . quiet hours . . . house meetings . . . Carolyn President . . . "man in the hall" . . . Mom Morris and Mom Summers . . . Lou leads Y.W.A.'s . . . Dennise Veep of S.G.A. . . . Becky, J oada, Nancy, Sandra, and Den- nise named to Who's Who . . . Janice most athletic girl . . . blast at spring outing . . . working on the Hoat-Don't let them cross our "Gold line' . . . "Treble Tones"-Julia, ef 5 in it Kitchen case. Cherly, and Sue win variety show . . . Rucker second in intramural debate . . . Jan Evans in "Phoenix Too Frequent" . . . Fran- ces heads Delta Omicron . . . volleyball team champs at Centre . . . Becky member of Eta Delta Phi . . . Carolyn Simpson heads S.N.E.A .... serenades . . . room checks . . . telephone calls . . . hall devotion . . . impos- sible assignments . . . 10:30 deadline . . . "I forgot to sign in" . . . "Quiet hours, girls!" . . . "Only thirty-five days 'til spring vaca- tion" . . . "Wanna go to Lex?" . . . "Can I borrow your blue sweater?" . . . dormitory song-"On the campus of old Georgetown, Rucker Hall stands proud and tall-" Qi. Anderson Hall ,vu - Q, fm?-1. TT' Q V 1 Q Q 5 trim Patsy Johnston, Anderson Hall Angel. Charles Vice, President Established in 1956 in honor of Herbert Anderson . . . fifth year as largest independ- ent men's dorm on campus . . . men with broad outlooks on life . . . composed of 202 angels in this heaven . . . half of them com- ing from Calhoun, Adams House, and Lewis House . . . successful outing at the Thor- ton's farm . . . nominee for Miss Belle of the Blue, Angela Stucker . . . Short house meet- ings and to the point . . . Man! is this place messed up . . . trying to combine four hours into one . . . always on the DODGE of our house counselor . . . weird mail calls . . . quiet study hours . . . gained a few good ball 6'Tense . . , taut . . . gripping excitement!" --.gf 'fWe're building a new wing for this dorm, and we strongly caution you not to bother us!', players . . . Pepe, Turtle, Foots, Twiddy Bird . . . Don Debord set the record of high jump-the Wire in front of the dorm . . . Brad should be proud . . . received a Pepsi machine that gives three for a dime . . . Ken Taylor our ping pong champion . . . plan- ning a fine spring formal and outing . . . Patsy J ohnston-Our Angel. OFFICERS CHARLES VICE .............. ........ P resident PAUL COX ........ .... V ice-President RONALD JONES .... ....... S ecretary JOHN MCDANIEL . . . ..... Treasurer i fi f H-3 M 3, X i K . wi sei 6 K '25 :gf 'ev ' r wiv? .iris QMWA Q assi? ii is P6lW!l.71Cg7 Hall ' -.N if iii Wallace Williams, President. Dona Street, Pawling's Queen. Pawling Hall . . . Oldest house used for housing . . . Named after Issachar Pawling . . . Built in 1844 . . . Has been used for everything from offices to classrooms . . . And now dormitory . . . Just one big happy family . . . all 75 of us . . . Houses many dif- ferent types of boys . . . Green Freshmen . . . Old "Vets" . . . Ministerial students and Inside Georgetown, TODAY. " . f 7 ,.W"w" -W '.-www-3' ",.,-ff..-4 NH. , H- iv' '.. 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Dona Street-Our Queen. all V' Q' iTm1'.'5,,Kll'iiwW.f' 1 H - mx 5 WW.EAf.La,S4aYi:iJ.EuW Terry Taylor, President C0lIl70Zl11 Hall Born September 28, 1951 . . . departed this life January 15, 1962 . . . unembalmed, unin- terred, but not unsung . . . named for Miss Rena Calhoun, twenty years Dean of Wom- eng Head of Speech Department . . . honored to have her name . . . the honor of our dorm -"Mom', Summers . . . Calhoun has known all these . . . our song is now swan for now we're all gone . . . across the campus, across , the pond, amalgamated with the hall beyond . . . Our Hall is now vacant . . . but not in spirit . . . the stanza of our theme song still rings in each and every mind . . . "We are the mighty men of Calhoun, loyal sons and L0iS Caudiu, Calh0un's Countess proud, our laughter and our songs of tri- umph ring o'er the campus loud" . . . and thanks to Terry for being a fine president. All the Young Men. The Age of Reason Begins. foo 1 5 xg I, ,' Smile, you're on T.V, Jerry Fields, President Lemlr Houfe Lewis House . . . Tiger's Den . . . Under guidance of "Mom" Phillips . . . Housed the members of the basketball team . . . with a few football players thrown here and there . . . Still "Untouchable" . . . Training Rules . . , Early to bed . . . Practice and more prac- tice e've'ry afternoon . . . "Special" diet . . . Boys were invited to a picnic by the Kappa "The Society for the Investigation of Einstein's Theory of Relativity at Lewis House" by "MOM" Phillips. Delta's and a supper by the Sigma Kappa's . . . Lots of fun . . . Plenty of food . . . Boys moving all their belongings to the basement of the new wing of "Andy" . . . All settled . . . Back in the same old routine . . . Classes . , . Sitting in the Grill . . . More Classes . . . Then Practice . . . And finally to bed . . . 'SM I .,.. ,.,,.. .,.,.. ,we Looks like Sunday, Ken Burton Wa1frendale Little houses a block away . . . babies cry, night and day . . . dual roles, no choice . . . cram for test then head for home . . . work- ing wives earning too . . . with their effort "push hubby through" . . . students still but different too . . . a part of Georgetown just as you. "O, K., so you told me about the Birds and the Bees, What's that got to do with people?" ul' """"'p 4" "- r' 'O - W WWW X . X5 , - N g a-vwl Q " 15 5 Il llllll I "XA" II yy 'lf' . W Ts: u mfr, s 0 -2935-' '. 's:cQ it! pf 'lempff 6533 5 -'isbn - kgcifggixwg D "'I0lll1l" I 0' '- c' . '- g X 2 ff Q Q xf . Q 4' 'x ' - 4 +, - . - 5 --, ff, , .X , 1 F' 'l iv iii. g- ,. 1 - . - 1 n s J. ..- li: fggehl s , ' 1 ' , I ' ' ,,. n , . ,. - fs 1 . 0. .6 -O' A 1 'M""" - '-' ' .Q ' 6- '0 ' ' v.. 0. 5 nl . :"Al '-. 35: 'N I-' I '1, -l- ' ' ,.,. '1 0 - -Q 5:,,'!.1 H5525 'I 'li-15' gy- -.g '-241-.1 ,-f fftl fif the :. .1-1. :zfhv ., I, .. :L 5. "-Fra. 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QV M : ,IA . -f. - ' ' - ....' -' ' ' ' ' 5 "' M mg'-"" VV "' . .:-: :-:- ' B Mm F w -. -:- ,-' V E-E 1-:L :-:p' ' "2:- 11-:J 'L':.E'E ' 5-: Q ". I - :::,,"'.-ff":"'-:-19-:.':::-"' 'I' J , ,L ,, .- R L , .xmidu 3 . - . sv-V 555151-: 1 Q Y H My 4 4 H 1 1 1 4 1 1 n 3 4 1 I 'I J -4 v 0 l 112 N xl Hx-we'..1.wf:'1v xxmawunm!-A3 'x 1:x 7 :-X Iv.- s 10 vi me 'PZ-Q15 x,5,,.4..: E 5 , fx , ' ' YJ' "TWG gf sf W-E3 .mv N . x '- ,, 4' fg- 1 Q v..u'x 1 3 " i li! as sw 1 W XL xx ur X A mf, 49-.M .5 ,N ' ,, whim. fl? Q 'HS , x MW gm I Q DAVE RITCHEY KYLE HUBBARD PATSY JOHNSTON PRICE SMITH DR. RALPH CURRY Tloe 1962 Belle of the Blue DAVE RITCHEY . . . PATSY JOHNSTON KYLE HUBBARD . .............Editor . . . .Assistant Editor , . . .Assistant Editor PRICE SMITH .......... .... B usiness Manager DR. RALPH CURRY LINDA WOOTEN . . BILLY LEET ....... ALICE BAUGH .... MARION SIN CLAIR . . . . . . . .Honoraries Editor EDDIE WATKINS .... . . . WELDON HARRIS . BONNIE SAMS ..... . . . JUDYRALSTON... BILL CHESNUT . . . JUDY KEITH ..... JEAN ASHER ..... EDNA JOHNSON . . SUE STAMPER .... . . . . . . . .Faculty Advisor . . . .... Leadership Editor . . . . .Faculty Editor Superlatives Editor . . . . . .Sports Editor . .Intramural Editor . . . . . .Greek Editor Independent Editor . . . . .Service Editor . .Academics Editor . ..... Freshman Editor .............Sophomore Editor . . . . . .Junior Editor CAROL WHEELER, PEGGY SNYDER ............ Senior Editors BETTIE SCHOENE ................ Literary Editor BELLE OF THE BLUE photographer, Chester Wainscott. JEAN ROSS. CHESTA WEBB ......... Art Editors RITA STUMP, EVE TOSH ........... Head Typists JACQUE CASTLEBERRY, VIRGINIA SCUTTER.. Miss Belle of the Blue Pageant Directors 5 The editors take a day oif. The 1962 BELLE or THE BLUE is the com- bined efforts of many people, many talents, and many ideas. It is symbolic of our school -a combination of many into one, a combi- nation of much into one. Working with a philosophy that the yearbook is a memory book for all, a creative effort of the staff, and a statement that presents Georgetown Col- lege 1961-6-2 to the World, the staff members present this collection of memories. Smile, Ritchey, the yearbook is almost finished. Bonnie Sams, Jean Ross, Linda Wooten, Betty Schoene, and Jacque Castlebewy proof-read Kyle Hubbard's typing, "We'll do anything for a picture." Patsy Johnston explains some of the equipment used in cropping pictures to Bill Chesnut, Betty Schoene, Chesta Webb, and Price Smith. "I hope they use that picture of me," thinks Chesta Webb, Eve Tosh, Eddie Watkins, Anne Thompson, and Edna Johnson. And, we did. 4329 -L.. I8 'Q ORGETOW5 F .A 4 1 it fff, VOLUME 76 FEBRUARY 26 1962 NUMBER I7 i i 1 ' ' ' 1 I Holtzolaw And Hobbs Head Staff i 'The Georgetonian' I Gale Holtzelnw, '62, and Judy Hobbs, '62, have been named co-editors of THE GEORGETOXI.-XX for the year 1961-62. Their appointment was released today by the Chairman of the publications committee, Dr. .-X rn old. 'Ramona Whaley, '63, will serve as news edi- tor for the second year. An English major from Louisville, she has been on THE GEORGQTOXIAX staff For three years. Two newcomers to the editorial staff are Sue In- man, '64, and Carroll "Peanuts" Roberts, '64, i 1 l - 4' - . , THT-I GEURGETONI,-XX, the campus news organ of Georgetown College, is published each week on Monday afternoon. 'Edited by the students ofthe col- lege, the paper is under the supervision of a facul- ty advisor, Nlr. Frank Ellers. The annual project of the staff is the elect- insect' fl so wig fofzzazz "Don't ge! tough u-ith me, sormyf l'!l lake an ad when I get Me Georgetnnian vin, ceoncsrouw co1.1.EcE ceoxecsrown, xefvrvcxv o1Eg'L xVvjT,'L 46 3 + TQ, L1 Cams?- Wrilten and edited by 'students olGeorge'tou':1 College, publish' ed weekly- by Georgelorru College lexcepf lvolirlavs mul examsl. THE GEORGETONI.-LY is tlfc' ollicial publication of Gvorgelrrwn College, Georgetown, Kentucky. lt is printed by the Fryc- print- ing Co., X. llnmilfon Sl., Georgetown, Ky., Entered ns second class mail at the U.S. Pos! office, Georgetown. Kentucky. C0-EDlTORS. . . NEWS EDITOR .... SPORTS EDITOR .... FEATURE EDITH .... FACULTY ADVISOR. . . Gule Holfxclcw Ramona Whaley Carroll Roberts . . . .Sue Inman . . . . . Mr. Frank W. Ellers ADVERTISNG MANAGER. . . . . ..... Tim Herring VAR!-TYPISTS. ....... STAF F. ............ Lucien Borders CIRCULATIQQ MANAGER ......... . . . .Beffy .lo Covington, Tim Herring Jerry Howard, Ewlyn Sodom, Lido Htndefson, Alice Buudi, Judy Stringer, Ken Lawson, Bev Maficmy, Wanda Reese, Carol Thomas, Gloria Ferenbocls. I "PVC 10512 my key." "You ugly old witch." Tom Corts plays Tom and Joy Parson is seen as Tom Corts rebels when his mother, Gay Braner, Laura ln THE GLASS MENAGERIE. jllzlfkfd .r Sue Ping and Webb Dunlap rehearse a scene for A MIDSUMIVIER NIGHTS DREAM. tries to run his life. The 1961-62 season was a very busy time for the Ma rafters. In a year that has been filled with major productio student productions, and a campus variety show, Lewis Au torium, the home of the Maskrafters, was scarcely withou moment when a set wasn't being constructed, a play be' rehearsed, or a performance being given. ' The first major production of the year was Tennes Williams' The Glass Menagerie, directed by Mr. Harold Hull the drama professor and sponsor of the Maskrafters. Shakespeare's Midsummer Nighfs Dream was the seco major production of the year. The members of this large c received valuable experience in the theater as they world with this play. Plagued by an unusual number of illnesses a the usual number of exams the thirty members of the c presented to the campus on March 9, 10, 11, 16, and 17 a cl lightful evening's entertainment. The Campus Variety Show is sponsored each year by Markrafters and is spiced by acts from each house on cam plus run-ons and fillers the Maskrafters add. Knight Hall w an act directed by Barbara Maupin won the trophy for the b house act. The Treble-Tones won the individual act competition Five student directed productions added to an already b season for the campus drama group. "The Sign of Jon directed by Dave Ritchey was the first one-act of the year. Parson presented the comic opera "The Telephone" and F Egge directed "A Phoenix Too Frequent." These two plays w paired and provided a full evening's enjoyment for the audien Bill McGibney and Master of Ceremonies Tom Smith entertain in the Maskrafter Variety Show. "The Happy Journey" by Thornton Wilder was presented the cond semester under the direction of Nick Worley. The final dent directed play, "Christ in the Concrete City," was di- cted by Gay Braner. This religious drama was toured to veral cities. It was with pride and regret that the Maskrafters lowered e curtain on the 1961-62 season. Pride-because of a feeling a job well done. Regret--because this is the end for some of eh' work in college theater. But, combined with the pride and gret is the look to the future and hope for another successful ason for the Maskrafters. The Maskrafters learn to work back stage as well as on stage. Jan Thomas prepares Kay Cooney for her first big part, Bob Coker, Jerry Hummell, Tony Doris Nourse and Tony Whitfield Jan Thomas and Jay Conner strike Whittield, and Phyllis Collins per- finally agree to marry in this scene a classic pose in form in THE SIGN OF JONAH di- from THE TELEPHONE directed A PHOENIX TOO FREQUENT rected by Dave Ritchey. by Joy Parson. directed by Ford Egge. 119 Music Dqbmftment The Georgetown College Music Depart- ment plays an intricate part in the college tradition. The annual tours by different mu- sical organizations create in Kentucky and surrounding states the harmonic awareness of Georgetown College. Whether at the dedication of the floral clock or the lighting of the Christmas tree at the state capital, or performing in churches and schools, and at our games, the college is represented in an excellent man- ner by these performing groups. ' First Row, left to right: Mary Dan Kuhnle, Sarah Henson, Roena Bennett, Mary Pomeroy, Sue Bra- den, Mr, Johnson, Doris Nourse, Susan Steele, Janice Johnson, Patricia Phillips, Carolyn Kelly. Second Row, left to right: Mary Ellen Guenther, Margaret Scott, Jo Ann Browning, Betsy Martin, Martha Scott, Ann Dykes, Patricia Stiles, Joy Par- son, Louise Carver, Brenda Hampton. Third Row, left to right: James Kerrick, Hubert McQueen, Jerry Keys, Robert Bonner, Robert Curtis, Bill Frank Jones, Stephen Lake, Robert Harris, Robert Webster, Bruce Brinkham. Fouth Row, left to right: Tony Whitfield, Henry Ledbetter, Tom Neuen- schwander, Evans Baird, Edwin Perry, Parker Rid- ings, Paul Walker, Jerry Erion, Don Bivins, Bill Johnson. A Cappella Choir si N'!Ffi . . ...-- . .Y ---- ' . . . .- .. ,-.. ..,. 1 .. , .,,g,, Y Chapel Clooir ' Bai. P .... A ...' First Row, left to right: Anne Thompson, Linda Wooten, Sally Kauitman, Lena Woosley. Jo Anne Brooks, Jeanene Nichols, Lois Downey, Becky Roberts, Linda Evitts, Patsy Radford, J oada Palmer, Sydney Hancock, Cindy Phillips, Marion Hall. Second Row, left to right: Frances James, Frances Patrick, Sharon Griggs, Sandra Hodges, Eleanor Beisner, Roxie Satterly, Barbara Keeling, Jean Huffman, Brenda Caldwell, Judy Young, Jonda Craft, Cathy Gaines, Susan Sell, Third Row, left to right: Betty Bennett, Donna Thomas, Elwood Mack, Darrell Evans, Randell Bryan, Don DeBorde, Gary Meiman, Bob Gillis, Gary Forbus, William Stover, Frank Conrad, Bonnie Puckett, Jan Thomas. Fourth Row, left to right: Dixie Carrier, Margaret Hays, George Cocanaugher, Larry Cook, Ford Egge, Bob Hunter, Hugh Sturgill, George Staggs, Roger Comer, Jim Black, Byron Wunderlich, John Conner, Barbara Watt, Ann Colbert. 11fQw"'f" ' ' . ' 'L,.m,f12T.QYgf?Y5' '-Magee-Q ag atm :Q-f-,Q wave . V- M ' ' i , aw my Y K , ' fs, ' '- H -4 . wit sf' . , 5 ' , . I 2, , f . -1 - 51 Bmw' Left to Right, front row: Marcia Branson, Jack Walker, Donna Braun, Brenda Beckett Suzanne Shaffer Anne Parker Carolyn Pepper,,Paul Cox, Charles,Skeen, Leonard M C, Dreier, 4' Left to Right, second row: if Kenneth Lawson, Carol Funk, Jonda Craft, Re- becca Lewis, Jay Conner, Johnny Varner, Sarah Douglas, Charles Vice, Doug Cotton, Stan Hughs, Phillip Arnold, Larry Hall, Jim Hall. Left to Right, back row: Bob Harris, Judy Stauffer, Bill Reiley, Fred Wheel- den, Kenny Creekmore, Carl White, Ann Duncan, Billy Tumer, Bob Curtis, Bill Hawkins, Craig Whitlock, Bob Hunter, Danny Brannock, Paul Dowd, Dave Thomasson, Conductor-James Moore. Members of the music department provide enter- tainment at many events on our campus-Jud Stradder, Carl White, Paul Cox and Frank Conrad performed at the Variety Show. The Varsity Quartet-Evans Baird, Bill Johnson, Jerry Erion and Tom Ledbetter. RN'-IW? FT The Maskrafters have this year provided town's people and college people with excellent dramatic fare. A varied season which ranged from Tennessee Williams to Shakespeare, under the direction of Mr. Hunt, provided the Lewis Auditorium with some of the brightest moments it has ever known. Mafkrajcterf Debate Squad OFFICERS GAY BRANER President TOM SMITH Vice-President DAVE RITCHEY Secretary JUDY GREEN Treasurer JOY PARSON Publicity Sponsor MR. HAROLD HUNT Sponsor DICK CROFTS Captain Although hampered severely by the graduati of many varsity members, the Debate Squad w the college-sponsored "Georgetown Opener' took both the novice and varsity divisions of t 1961 Western Kentucky State College Tourn The Debate Squad, under the leadership of Raymond Lows, also sponsored the "Bluegr Debate Tournament" January 5, 6, 1962. MISS RENA CALHOUT A relatively new organization on campus and a .ew area in the speech field, this choral interpreta- on group seeks to provide training for students 'ith special ability and interests through an extra- ricular speech activity in the specific area of oric interpretation of literature. This club was unded in 1958 and has gained prestige by deliver- g various appearances around the state. Wordmaitery OFFICERS GAYLE PINKSTON President PATSY JOHNSTON Vice-President BOB BONNER Secretary-Treasurer LORE JAMES Sponsor OFFICERS LINDSEY APPLE President DIANNE McMAN'IS Vice-President JUDY CASEY Secretary KAREN MYERS Treasurer I Le Cercle Francais is a club organized for begin- mg and intermediate French students. Its purpose the promotion of interest in the French language, e advancement of French culture, and practice in e spoken language. A variety of interesting pro- 'ams are presented during the year followed by mes, songs, and refreshments. This club is spon- red by Pi Delta Phi. Le Cercle Fmncmk The Junior Guild of Organists is sponsored by the Lexington Guild of Organists, The two meet for programs, and both work together for the advancement of Christian worship by serving through the office of music. This club presented an electric clock to the music building and redeco- rated the organ studio, They hope to obtain an- other practice organ similar to the portative Schlicker organ purchased in 1956. unior Guild of Urgazniftf MENC OFFICERS EVANS BAIRD President PATTI PHILLIPS Vice-President ROXIE SATTERLY Secretary BECKY MARTIN P Treasurer MRS. LEWIS BRADLEY and MR. DANIEL 'I'ILFORD Sponsors OFFICERS PAUL COX President SUZANNE SHAFFER Vice-President REBECCA BERNA Secretary CAROL PRATT Treasurer SUE GAY Program Chairman The main purpose of the Music Educatoris Na tional Conference is to make available to membe opportunities to become acquainted with leade in the music education profession, assist the sch in various projects throughout the year, and a quaint students with privileges and responsibiliti of the music education professon. Membership i this organization is open to all music majors a others interested in music as a profession, The International Relations Club, composed of a group of students desiring to study current prob- lems in foreign aifairs, attempts to find the truth as best it can by independent research and the sharing of ideas. Disagreement is not only tolerated but encouraged. It is recognized that world prob- lems are extremely complex and that there are many sides to a question, thus, considerable effort is made to go behind the headlines. OFFICERS I 1'lf67'1Z6lfi07fl0ll R6ldIi0lZI Club EULA TINGLE President DAVID DOWELL Vice-President CLETUS MARICLE Secretary-Treasurer OFFICERS BARBARA FRIEDLY President PAT HOWARD First Vice-President BARBARA GEEIN Second Vice-President BONNIE LeMAY Secretary ARLENE AN STEATT Treasurer A style show, dinners for the faculty and awards to the most outstanding freshinan and senior are the highlights of the Home Economics Club. A member of the Kentucky Home Economics Asso- ciation, this club is composed mainly of home ec. majors and minors. The main emphasis is on the importance of good homemaking and on training tcihcfdgirls to be more professionally minded in their . e . Home Economzkf Club The purpose of the Young Democrats Club is to promote an interest in politics. Every student will be confronted with state and national politics upon graduation, Any preparation or interest a student can gain in college will help him later on. The discussion of political issues and speeches by poli- ticians are interesting and enlightening, This club is a co-sponsor of the campus mock election held during election years. Youn Democrcztf Youn Rqlublzkolnf OFFICERS PETER O. HAGGERTY President W. G. COOLEY Vice-President LINDA JONES N Secretary N EARL SMITH ' Treasurer KYLE HUBBARD Party Chairman OFFICERS GARY ROBERTS President GYNE DUNCAN Vice-President CAROLYN MULLEN Secretary TERRY MILLER Treasurer PAT HOWARD Program Chairman Republican leadership believes in satisfying hu- man wants through a competitive private economy with government help, but no domination. It is th purpose of the Young Republicans Club to foste and promote these ideals and to make each mem ber conscious of his duty as a citizen of thi country. It supports local, state, and national elec tions providing capable Republican leaders wh speak at both club meetings and chapel programs The B.S.U. Choir is organized to help provide usic for B.S.U. services and to sing for Baptist hurches in the state and surrounding area, This oir gives students an opportunity to participate n state-wide B.S.U. activities such as the annual tate convention and the music festival held in the pring. B. jf Choir OFFICERS RANDELL BRYAN President PAUL COX Vice-President MARY POMEROY Secretary BECKY MARTIN Director ff-Q OFFICERS CLIFFORD COLEMAN President GEORGE STAGGS Vice-President DANNY LAMBERT Secretary B. A. SIZEMORE Sponsor The main purpose of Georgetown's Ministerial ssociation is to challenge and to inspire the pre- inisterial students in their religious efforts on ampus. A supplementary group to the B.S.U., onthly meetings are held with leading ministers d Christian laymen as the guest speakers, Evan- elism and maximum dedication is the very heart f this organization which is preparing its mem- ers for the future. M Z.1fLZlff67'Z2ll Affoabltzbn The Student National Education Association is an organization for students who plan to enter the teaching profession. Its purpose is to help pre- pare college students for future jobs. The group last year gave a tea for prospective members and a Christmas party for underprivileged children at Great Crossings School, The programs have in- cluded a formal banquet, movies, and speakers such as Dr. Frank Beans of the State Department of Education. B. S U Executive Council OFFICERS CAROLYN SIIVIPSON President NANCY DAVIS Vice-President JANE LOWRAN CE Secretary-Treasurer MRS, MARY GILLESPIE Sponsor OFFICERS WALLACE WILLIAMS President SARAH JO DYER Vice-President PATTI PHILLIPS Enlistment Chairman JANICE CONNOR Social Chairman SARAH LASSITER Devotional Chairman JEAN ROSS Secretary FRANCES PATRICK Music Chairman 1 SUE PING Publicity Chairman The Executive Council is the group responsible for the leadership of the Baptist Student Union which encourages the spiritual maturity of each person at Georgetown and urges students to main- tain a vital relationship with the area churches, The B.S.U. sponsors the unit organizations and pro vides numerous opportunities for missionary activij ties, devotional experiences, and social development. C.S.O. is an organization for people who are interested in Christian service of any kind. Chris- tian work of all types is explained at meetings. Speakers, such as successful Christian businessmen and summer missionaries, stress Christian work and the great need for it everywhere, C.S.O. co- operates with the B.S.U. in off-campus programs at places such as Kentucky Village and the State Tuberculosis Hospital at Paris. ClJ1'i.fl'ioln 597"1fZb'6 rganization OFFICERS 1 ' ' ' ' JERRY ERION President MELISSA CHILDRESS Vice-President JO ANNE BROOKS Secretary BECKY MARTIN Program Chairman OFFICERS LOU WILSON President NANCY DAVIS Vice-President MARLENE ROHNER Secretary , , The Ann Hasseltine Y.W.A, has been the leader in organizing the Focus Week, G.A. Houseparty, and a Welcome Tea for freshman girls. The annual Lottie Moon Christmas offering is sponsored by the Y.WA.'s for the benefit of foreign missionaries. The special emphasis of the organization is on prayer, study, stewardship and service for Christ. The Young Women's Association is in accordance with the campus B.S.U. organization. YWA. Again this year the Women's Athletic Association won the Kentucky Women's Volleyball Tournament at Centre College, Our college is proud of these Women participants because of their sportsmanship and fine quality of ability. The main objective of this organization is to stimulate the athletic interest activities of women students. All phases of athletics are studied, thus presenting our females with a variety of interests in the field of sports. WA. A. OFFICERS DENNISE MUDD President JANICE CONNOR Vice-President SARAH JO DYER Second Vice-President LORETTA DAVIS Secretary X CAROLYN HEAD Treasurer "GD Club The "G" Club is made up of members of the various varsity sports: football, basketball, base- ball, track, cross country, tennis, and golf. The Homecoming Queen and her court are selected by this organization. The main objective of this or- ganization is to promote sportsmanship, a greater appreciation of benefits of athletics and to further school spirit and unity among the participants. Sponsored by the cheerleaders, this organization gas established to organize effectively the student lody's support in athletic contests. Pep rallies, post- rs and such movements as "The 20th Decem- rists" are sponsored by this group, Our college 'and is deserving of much credit because of its Ld in building school spirit. The effect of this rggarmizatiods efforts can be seen in our col1ege's e record in inter-collegiate activities. Ben all Backers OFFICERS BETTIE SCHOENE President BONNIE SAMS Vice-President DIANNE MURDOCK Secretary CHERYL LEONARD Treasurer e main objective of the Physical Education ub is to correlate physical fitness along with ntal preparedness in one's college education. The b provides athletic activities for its members d increases the knowledge of various sports by rticipation. The members are composed mostly majors and minors in the field of physical edu- ion. byyzkal Education Club 45-'P Student Government Officers-Richard Lows, sec- retaryg Webb Dunlap, chief justiceg Randy presidentg Dennise Mudd, vice-presidentg an Crofts, treasurer. Student Goafernment S.G.A. President Keith introduces a guest to Keith, d Dick Presi- dent Nills at the President's Reception. Q 132 Georgetown's Student Government has as its primary purpose the promotion of welfare of each student attending the collegeg damental to this purpose, as stated in the Constitutoion, is the fact that students are, participation in this organization, trained in democratic processes of government and the of citizenship. In a general sense, activities of the SGA all actions taken by its Executive, Judici , Legislative branches, both those which are result of specific directives in the constitution those which are necessitated by occasional stances, Constitutional provision is made for vision of campus elections, proper enac legislation necessary for efficient operation of organization, conduction of all official co ence, maintenance of a system of student and documentation of all oificial action. During the 1961-1962 school year, the activities and events have been sponsor Student Government Association: 1. Election of cheerleaders. 2. Preparation of homecoming festivities. 3. Freshman Week. 4. Election of superlatives. 5. Movement to obtain longer Christmas v 6. Message of sympathy, signed by approxi hundred students, to Transylvania Colleg sion of the death of two of their student 7. Tea for participants and personnel of B f Blue Pageant. 8. Student talent program in chapel. 9. Lawsuit against City of Georgetown protesting fair taxation of students. 10. Class officer elections. 11. Participation in various conventions by SGA 12. Studies by association committees of car lems, such as the establishment of a men fraternity, campus recreation, and co revision. Student Government officers discuss a campus problem. Judicial Council-Sara Jo Dyer, Webb Dunlap, Ann Moore, Doug McKinley House of Representatives Senate 133 SENIOR CLASS-Vicki Ritter, treasurer, Peggy JUNIOR CLASS-Sue Ping, treasurer, Linda Evitts, Snyder, secretaryg Sarah Jo Dyer, vice-presidentg secretaryg Suzanne Beams, vice-president, Bobby Bobby Joe McMahan, president, Cook, president. Clam' 0 zcem SOPHOMORE CLASS-Nancy Asher, secretaryg FRESHMAN CLASS-Kenny Mahanes, president, Martha Donovan, vice-president, Andy Clark, pres- Charles Chaney, vice-presidentg Laurabelle Barr, ident, secretaryg Elaine Provo, treasurer. 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JOSEPH THOMAS ALLEN, Finchville, Ky., Ma- jor: Commerce, Pi Kappa Alpha 1, 2, Athletic Director 3, House Manager 4, Alpha Beta Pi 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4. Second Row: THOMAS EUGENE ALLEN III, Shelllnan, Georgia, Major: Political Science and History, Phi Alpha Theta 3, 4, Sigma Tau Delta 4, Dean's List 3, 4, Walter B. Smith Oratorical Contest Winner 3, Maskrafter Best Minor Role 3, Maskrafters 3, De- bate Squad 4, Young Republican Club 3, Justice on Judicial Council 4, Conservative Club, Program Chairman 3. GEORGE RUSSELL ARVIN, Bedford, Ky., Major: Business Administration and Economics, B.S.U., Young Democrats Club 3, 4, Third Row: JOHN MIEREDITH ASHCRAFT, Walton, Ky., Ma- jor: English, Senator 3, Member of House of Rep- resentatives 4. THOMAS EVANS BAIRD, Manchester, Tenn., Ma- jor: Music, MENC 2, 3, 4, Organ Guild, Treasurer 1 2, Secretary 3, President 4, A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4, Chapel Choir 1, Opera Workshop 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3. Fourth Row: BETTY MORRISON BAKER, Hopkinsville, Ky., Major: Biology, Sigma Kappa 1, 2, 4, Treasurer 3, Beta Beta Beta 2, Treasurer 3, President 4, Sigma Tau Delta 3, 4, Co-Editor of Plume 4. MARIGRACE BARNETT, Pikeville, Ky., Major: Business Administration and Economics, Alpha Beta Pi. Fifth Row: BRENDA BRUCE BECKETT, Cynthiana, Ky., Ma- jor: Secretarial Studies, Band 1, 2, 3, YWA 2, BSU, Organ Guild 2, 3, Social Chairman 4. REBECCA ANN BERNA, Scottsburg, Ind., Major: Music, MENC, Secretary 4, YWA 1, 2, 3, Chapel Choir 2, 3, Oratorioi Chorus 3, MENC 3, 4, BSU 1, 2, 3, 4, BSU Choir 2, Le Cercle Francais 1. Sixth Row: CHARLES DAVID BOGART II, Louisville, Ky., Major: Physical Education, Pi Kappa Alpha 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 4, Co-captatin of Football Team 4, F-2Cl51b41, 2, 3, 4, P.E. Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Football CHARLES SEMAN BOLTON, South Fort Mitchell, Ky., Major: Business Administration, Pi Kappa Alpha 1, 2, Sergeant-at-Arms 3, Treasurer 4, Alpha Beta Pi 2, 3, Vice-President 4. The Senior First Row: LUCIAN CURTIS BORDERS, Gallatin, Tenn., Ma- jor: Business Administration and Economicsg Lambda Chi Alpha 1, 2, 3, Athletic Director 4, Alpha Beta Pi 2, 3, Secretary 4, P.E. Club 3, 4, Georgetoniaxn, Advertising Manager 3, Business Manager 4. ALGER BOWEN, Louisville, Ky.g Major: History. Second Row: LINDA GAY BRANER, Owensboro, Ky.g Major: Speechg Kappa Delta 1, Historian 2, Activities Chairman 3, Editor 4, Kappa Pi, Secretary 3, 4, Alpha Phi Gamma 3, 4, Sigma Tau Delta 2, Secre- tary 3, President 4, Eta Delta Phi 3, Program Chairman 4, Alpha Psi Omega 1, 2, 3, President 4, Who's Who, Maskrafters 1, 2, 3, President 4, Belle of the Blue Staff, Intramurals 2, Literary 3, SNEA 3, WAA 1, 2. MARY REBECCA BROWN, Owensboro, Ky.g Ma- jor: Englishg Kappa Delta 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 4, WAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Reporter, Young Republican Club 1, 2, 3, Secretary 4, Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Georgetonian 1, 2. Third Row: MARJORIE BRUNTON, Louisville, Ky.g Major: Biology. LARRY KENNETH BURKE, Louisville, Ky.g Ma- jor: Sociology and Economics, Ministerial Associa- tion 3, 4, Life Service Band 3, Mission Band 1, Band 1, Student Senate 4, Warrendale BSU Special Ccfinmtitee 4, Transfer from University of Louis- vi e. Fourth Row: RON BURKHART, Ashland, Ky., Major: Sociology. SIBLEY CHARLES BURNETT, Nashville, Tenn., Major: Physics and Math, Eta Sigma Phig Fresh- man Physics Award, President of State BSU, Who's Who, Band 1, 2, Life Service Band 1, 2, President 3, BSU 1, 2, 3, 4, Executive Council 3, 4. Fifth Row: KENNETH ALLEN BURTON, Erlanger, Ky.g Ma- jor: Sociologyg Ministerial Association 2, George- tonian Stalf 2, Tennis Team 3, 4, BSU Greater Council 2, BSU Executive Council 4, President Warrendale 4. DAVID RALPH BURRIS, Louisville, Ky.g Major: Biology and Economicsg Pi Kappa Alpha 3, Rush Chairman 4, Circle K Club, Alpha Beta Pi 2, 3, 4. Sixth Row: RICHARD CALLIHAN, Ashland, Ky.g Major: Busi- ness. JEWELL LOUISE CAMPBELL, Evansville, Ind.g Major: Physical Educationg Delta Omicron 2, 3, Scholarship Chairman 4, Homecoming Queen 4, YWA 1, 2, 3, 4, WAA 2, 3, 4, Physical Education Club, Treasurer 3, First Vice-President of Knight Hall 4, Life Service Band 2, 3, Pep Club 3. Clan' of 1962 First Row: NANCY ROSE CHAMBERS, Danville, Ky., Major: Latin, Maskrafters, YWA, Chapel Choir, BSU, Eta Sigma Phi 3, Historian 4, Debate Squad 4, Coach of Intramural Debate Team 4. LINDA GAYLE CHAMBLISS, Hardinsburg, Ky., Major: Sociology and Economics, BSU 1, 2, 3, 4, BSU Choir 1, 2, 3, Greatter Council 2, YWA 1, 2, 3, 4, Georgetonian 1, House of Representatives 4, Knight Hall Reporter 3, SNEA 4, Circle K Club 1. Second Row: DONALD EDWARD CHANCE, London, Ky., Ma- jor: Economics and Sociology, Lambda Chi Alpha 1, 2, 3, Pledge Trainer 4, Inter-Greek Social Chair- man 3. ALBERT ROY CLARK, St. Louis, Missouri, Major: History and Bible, Pi Alpha Theta 3, 4, Ministerial Association 2, 3, 4, Basketball Public Address An- nouncer 3, 4. Third Row: GEORGE TRUETT COCANOUGI-IER, Danville, Ky., Major: Speech, Chapel Choir 2, 3, President 4, Wordmasters 3. Oratorio Choir 2, 3. SALLY ANNETTE COCHRAN, Lexington, Ky., Major: Elementary Education, Sigma Kappa 1, 2, 3, House President 4, Wordmasters, Vice-President 2, President 3, Women's House Council 3, 4, Creden- tials Committee 4, WAA 2, 3, Pep Club 2, 3. Fourth Row: CLIFFORD B. COLEMAN, Middleport, Ohio, Ma- jor: Bible, Vice-President of Ministerial Association 3, President 4. JULIAN ELWOOD COMPTON, Lexington, Ky., Major: Bible, Life Service Band, Vice-President 2, Calhoun Devotional Chairman 4. Fifth Row: WANDA MAE CONGLETON, Lexington, Ky., Ma- jor: Secretarial Studies, 1, 2, Secretary 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, WAA 1 2, 3, 4, Young Democrats 1, YWA 1, 2, 3, 4, SNEA 4. LAQUITA CONLIN, Lebanon Junction, Ky., Ma- jor: Elementary Education, Mission Band 1, 2, 3, SNEA 2, 3, 4, YWA 1, 2, 3, 4. Sixth Row: JANICE SUE CONNOR, Paducah, Ky., Major: Bi- ology, Most Athletic Girl, Rucker Hall Oflicer 2 years, BSU Oilicer 3, WAA Officer 3, 4, Mission Band Officer 3, YWA. WILLIAM GOY COOLEY, Gravel Switch, Ky., Major: History, BSU 1, 2, 3, 4, International Rela- tions Club 4, Young Democrats 3, 4, Maskrafters 3, 4, Senate 4, French Club 1, 2. The 56711.07 First Row: EDWARD COOMER., Louisville, Ky., Major: His- tory, International Relations Club, President 4, French Club 2, 3, 4, Phi Alpha Theta 2, 3, 4, Fresh- man History Award, American History Award, Honor Roll, Conservative Club, President 4, Stu- dent Senate, Men's House Council. PAUL WATHEN COX, Paintsville, Ky., Major: Music, Phi Mu Alpha, President 3, Chorister 4, Who's Who, MENC, President 4, A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Oratorio Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Band, Vice- President 3, Anderson Hall, Vice-President 3, 4. Second Row: KENNETH WAYNE CREEKMORE, Somerset, Ky., Major: Business Administration, Pi Kappa Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4. DICK CROFTS, Louisville, Ky., Major: History, Lambda Chi Alpha 1, 2, Vice-President 3, President 4, Sigma Tau Delta 3, 4, Pi Kappa Delta 3, Secre- tary 4, Alpha Phi Gamma 3, 4, Debate Team 3. Captain 4, Who's Who, Student Body Treasurer 4, Sports Editor Georgetonian 2, Sports Publicity Director 3. Third Row: MARILYN JO CRUME, Mount Eden, Ky., Major: Elementary Education, Sigma Kappa 1, 2, First Vice-President 3, 4, Homecoming Queen 3, Home- coming Queen Court 2, Belle of the Blue Candi- date 3, May Day Court 3, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, YWA 1, 2, SNEA 3, 4, WAA 2, 3, 4. CAROLYN LORETTA DAVIS, Kingsport, Term., Major, Elementary Education, Sigma Kappa 1, 2, 4, WAA Representative 4, Bengal Backers 1, 2, 3. 4 YWA 1, 2, 3, 4, WAA 1, 2, 3, Secretary 4, BSU 1, 2, 3, 4. Fourth Row: MARY JANE DAVIS, Greensburg, Indiana, Major: Elementary Education, Second Year French Award, Who's Who, YWA 1, 2, Vice-President 3, Circle Leader 4, SNEA 2, 3, Vice-President 4, House of Representatives, Women's Self-Governing Board. ROBERT LEE DOTY, Ravenna, Ky., Major: Eng- lish, Transfer from Henry Ford Junior College. Fifth Row: BARBARA JOAN DOTSON, Huntington, West Va., Major: Chemistry, Sigma Kappa 1, Scholarship Chairman 2, Publicity Chairman 3, Treasurer 4, Gamma Sigma Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Eta Delta Phi Secre- tary 4, Dean's List 3, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, French Club 1, 2, WAA 1, 2, 3, 4, International Relations Club 3, 4, Student Senate 2, Judicial Council 3, SNEA 4. DORIS FAYE DOTSON, Hazard, Ky., Major: His- tory, French Club 1, 2, Life Service Band 1, 2, 3, YWA 1, 2, 3, 4. BSU Choir 1, Knight Hall Secretary 4, SNEA 3, 4, IRC 2, 3, 4. Sixth Row: LLOYD WEBSTER DUNLAP, Wyandotte, Michi- gan, Major: Chemistry, Kappa Alpha 1, 2, Corre- sponding Secretary 3, President 4, Freshman Chem- istry Award, Dean's List, Who's Who, President Intergreek Council 3, Editorial Board of George- tomlim 3, Chief Justice of Student Government As- sociation 4. SARAH JO DYER, Louisville, Ky., Major: Biology, Sigma Kappa WAA Representative 2, Rush Chair- man 3, Second Vice-President 4, President of Junior Class, May Day Court 3, BSU Vice-President 4, WAA 1, 2, 3, Second Vice-President 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Publicity Chairman 4, YWA 1, 2, 3, Circle Leader 4, Judicial Council. Clow of 1962 First Row: MARCIA MARIE EASTON, Belleville, Illinois, Ma- jor: Elementary Eiucation, Transfer from Belle- ville, Ill. Jr. College, Home Economics Club 4, SNEA 4, BSU Choir 4, YWA 3, 4. WILLIAM E. ELLIS, Shelbyville, Ky., Major: His- tory, Kappa Alpha, No. IX 2, No. 111 3, Football 2, 3,, Tennis 1, Circle K Club 1. Second Row: JOSEPH THOMAS FARRIS, Winchester, Ky., Ma- jor: Commerce, Alpha Beta Pi 3, President 4, Most Athletic Boy 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, G Club 2, 3, 4. MARY ANNE FITZPATRICK, Hazard, Ky., Major: History, Kappa Delta 2, 3, House President 4, Delta Omicron 1, 2, Chaplain 3, Historian 4, Phi Alpha Theta 3, President 4, SNEA 3, 4, YWA 1, 2, 3, 4, IRC 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club 1, 2, Chapel Choir 1, 2, Oratorio 4, House Council 3, 4. .. Third Row: PHILIP MARSHAL FOLEY, Cynthiana, Ky., Major: Business Administration, Lambda Chi Alpha 2, 3, Rush Chairman 4, Alpha Beta Pi 2, 4, Social Chairman 3. BARBARA EARL FRIEDLY, Georgetown, Ky., Major: Home Economics, Home Economics Club 1, 2, Publicity Officer 3, President 4, Pep Club 1, 2, YWA 1, WAA 2, 3, SNEA 4, Sigma Kappa Pledge Class 1, 2. Fourth Row: CARRIE SUE GAY, Eubank, Ky., Major: Music, Delta Omicron 2, Scholarship Chairman 3, Second Vice-President 4, MENC' 2, Vice-President 3, Pro- gram Chairman 4, Organ Guild 2, 3, 4, Chapel Choir 2, 3, Oratorio Choir 2, 3, French Club 1, 2, Life Service Band 1, 2, BSU Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, BSU 1, 2, 3, 4, YWA 1, 2, 3, Chorister 4. EARL ALLAN GOODE, Louisville, Ky., Major: Commerce, Pi Kappa Alpha 2, Pledgemaster 3, President 4, Alpha Beta Pi 3, 4, Who's Who, Inter- Greek Council 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2. Fifth Row: RICHARD MICHAEL GRAY, Louisville, Ky., Ma- jor: History, Kappa Alpha 2, No. V 3, No. 11 4, Young Democrats Club 2, 3, 4. JULIA SUE GREEN, Lexington, Ky., Major: Eng- lish, Sigma Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4, Sigma Tau Delta 4, Alpha Psi Omega 3, Treasurer 4, Campus Beauty 4, Most Likely to Succeed 4, Maskrafters 1, 2, 3, Treas- urer 4, Wordmasters 1, 2, YWA 1, A Cappella Choir 1, Oratorio Choir 1, BSU Freshman Council. Sixth Row: EVA JO GREENFIELD, Mortons Gap, Ky., Major: Elementary Education, YWA 1, 2, 3, 4, WAA 1, 2, 3, 4, SNEA 2, 3, 4, House of Representative on Woman's House Council 4. HARRY KEITH GRIGSBY, Louisville, Ky., Major: Sociology, Radio Guild 1, Anderson Hall Parlia- mentarian 2. I E E U1 H swam -nw sm XSKB H EE :il-In HE EE x M ,,... The .lienior First Row: JO ANN GRIMES, Covington, Ky.: Major: Sociol- ogy and Economics: Sigma Kappa 1, 4, Social Chair- man 2, 3, Young Democrats 1, 2, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, WAA 1, 2, 3, 4, SNEA 4, Womenls House Council, Secretary 2, YWA 1, 2, 3, 4. HOLLIS GRITTON, Lawrenceburg, Ky., Major: Business Administration and Economics, Kappa Alpha 2, No. VII 3, Circle K 2, Young Democrats Club 1, 2, 4, Vice-President 3, Alpha Beta Pi 1, 2, 3, 4, SNEA 4. Second Row: ELLEN LOUISE GUYNN, Glendale, Ky., Major: Commerce. ERIC STEVEN HAGER, Sellersville, Ind., Major: Chemistryg Pi Kappa Alpha 4, Transfer from In- diana University. Third Row: LYDIA FLORENCE HAHN, Richmond, Ky.: Ma- jor: Elemetntary Education, YWA 1, 2, 3, 4, SNEA 2, 3-, 4, BSU 1, 2, 3, 4, Pawling Hall Queen 3. WILLIAM CLEO HALE, Manton, Ky.g Major: Bi- ologyg Golf 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4. Fourth Row: PATRICIA ANN HART, Lexington, Ky., Major: Sociology and Commerce, Sigma Kappa 1, 2. 3, Publicity Chairman 4, Georgetonian Staff 1, YWA 1, 2, WAA 3, Pep Club 1, 3, 4, Wordmasters 2, 4, Young Democrats Club 1, 2, BSU 1, 2, 4. GLEN W. HAYES, Louisville, Ky., Major: Com- merce. Fifth Row: GLORIA PATRICIA HIGGINSON, Cave City, Ky.g Major: Sociology, Sigma Kappa 2, 3, Historian 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, WAA 2, 3, YWA 2, 3, 4. MARCELLA RAE HILL, Williamstown, Ky., Ma- jor: English and History: Phi Alpha Theta 3, Sec- retary-Treasurer 4, Dean's List 3, 4, WAA 1, 2, SNEA 3, 4. Sixth Row: I , JUDITH ROGERS HOBBS, Lexington, Ky., Major: English, Sigma Kappa 1, 2, 4, Triangle Correspond- ent 3, Sigma Tau Delta 1, 2, 3, Pledge Trainer 4, Alpha Phi Gamma 3, Secretary-Treasurer 4, W. B. Jones Prose Award for Freshmen, Most Outstand- ing Girl 4, Georgetonian Staff, News Editor 2, Ed- itor-in-chief 3, Co-editor 4, BSU 1, 2, 4, Publicity Chairman 3, Pep Club 1, 3, 4, Publicity Chairman 2, Miss Georgetonian 4. AD YOUNG HODGE JR., Sturgis, Ky., Major: Sociology, Band 2, President 3, Phi Mu Alpha Pledge Master 3, Transfer from Murray State Col- lege. 144 Clair of 1962 First Row: BARBARA GAYLE HOLLAND, Owinsville, Ky., Major: English, Pi Kappa Delta, Records Secretary 4, Excellent Pi Kappa Delta National Convention in Debate and in Sweepstakes, Debate Squad 3, 4, YWA 1, 2, WAA 1, SNEA 4. GALE MARIE HOLTZCLAW, Danville, Ky., Ma- jor: English, Sigma Kappa 1, 2, 4, WAA Repre- sentative 3, National Convention Delegate 3, Alpha Phi Gamma 3, President 4, Sigma Tau Delta 4, Georgetonian Feature Editor 3, Co-editor 4, YWA 1, 2, 3, 4, BSU Choir 1, BSU Greater Council 4, Pep Club 3, 4. Second Row: MARY THOMAS HOMAN, Springfield, Ky., Ma- jor: History and Sociology, Sigma Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4, International Relations Club 3, 4, Young Republi- can Club 2, 3, 4, WAA 1, z, 3, 4, YWA 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4. PEGGY SUE HORTON, Plant City, Fla., Major: Biology, Sigma Delta Pi 2, Social Chairman 3, President 4, Vice-President of Freshman Class, Ky. State Volleyball Championship for Girls 3, Maskrafters 1, Mission Band 1, 2, Social Chairman 3, Band 1, 4, WAA 1, 2, 3, House Representative 4, IWO 1, Social Chairman 2, BSU Choir 1, 2, 4, Christian Service Organization 4, YWA 1, 2, 3, Publication Chairman 4, Assistant Editor BSU Publication 4, BSU 1, 2, 3, 4, Greater Council BSU 2, 4. Third Row: BRENDA ANN HOWE, Eagle Station, Ky., Major: Secretarial Studies and Business Administration, Alpha Beta Pi 4, YWA 1, 2, 3, 4, BSU 1, 2, 3, 4, Young Democrats 3, 4, Le Cercle Francais 1, 2. MARILYN FLORENCE IVEY, Flatwoods, Ky., Ma- jor: Elementary Education, Delta Omicron 1, Philanthropy Chairman 2, Secretary 3, President 4, Eta Delta Phi, President 4, Who's VVho, Le Cercle Francaise 1, 2, SNEA 2, 3, Publicity Chairman 3, Program Chairman 4, YWA 1, 2, 4, Reporter 3, Band 1, 2, Chapel Choir 2, 3, Oratorioi Choir 1, 2, 3, MENC 1, 2, 3, Mission Band 1, Rucker Hall Vice- President 2, Junior Guild of Organists 2, 3, 4, Georgetomlan Staff 1, Devotional Chairman of Knight Hall 3, Standard Editor 2. Fourth Row: EDWARD LEACH JAMES, New York, N.Y., Major: Speech, Pi Kappa Alpha 3, Entertainment Chair- man 2, Chaplain 4, Sigma Delta Pi 2, 3, 4, Presi- dent of Sophomore Class 2, President of Junior Class 3, President of Freshman BSU Council, Band 1, Choir 1, 2, President of International Relations Club 2, BSU Evangelism Chairman 3, Radio Guild 2. HAROLD EUGENE JAMES, Georgetown, Ky., Major: Biology. Fifth Row: SANDRA JA1VIES, Owensboro, Ky., Major: Sociol- ogy, Pi Kappa Alpha Dream Girl Court 4, Pep Club 2, WAA 2, YWA 2, 3, House Representatives 2, Transfer from Western Kentucky State College. DVVIGHT DUDLEY JOHNSON, Paintsville, Ky., Major: Biology, Lambda Chi Alpha 4, Alpha Pi 3, 4, Baseball 1, 4. Sixth Row: ROBERT EARL JONES, Bellevue, Ky., Major: Business Administration and Commerce, Basket- ball 1, 2, Captain 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. LINDA LEE JONES, Burlington, Ky., Major: His tory, Kappa Alpha Rose 4, Homecoming Queen At tendant 3, Belle of Blue Campus Favorite 4, Junior Guild of Organist 2, Young Democrats Club 1 2 3, 4, YWA 1, 2, 3, 4, WAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club i' - ,., gt 1, 2, 3, 4, House of Representatives 4. - ..', I :Y . f' ' N -if r ig: . -..., The Senior First Row: ARLENE ELEANOR KAMENUK, Canister, N.Y.g Major: Home Economics: Home Economics Club 3, Treasurer 4, SNEA 4, YWA 3, 4, Transfer from William Woods Junior College. JOHN RANDALL KEITH, Lebanon, Ky.: Major: Biology, Sigma Tau Delta 3, 4, Editor of Plume 4, Beta Beta Beta 2, 3, Vice-President 4, President of Student Government Association 4, House of Rep- resentatives 2, Senate 3, House Reporter of Ander- son 2, 3, Editorial Board of Georgetonian 3, Chapel Committee 4, BSU Choir 1. Second Row: CAROLYN FEANETTE KELLY, Hamilton, Ohio, Major: Elementary Education, A Cappella Choir 3, Secretary-Treasurer 4, SNEA 3, 4, TWO 1, 2, Ora- torioi Choir 3, 4, BSU 1, 2, 3, 4, BSU Choir 2, 3, 4, YWA 3, 4, Le Cercle Francaise 1. BARBARA ANITA KNAPP, Mt. Washington, Ky., Major: Elementary Education, Snea, 3, 4, Mission Band 2, 3, Independent Women's Organization 2, YWA 1, 2, 3, 4. Third Row: KAY KOEHN, Charleston, West Virginia, Major: French, Kappa Delta 1, 2, 3, Secretary 4, Pi Delta Phi 2, 3, Treasurer 4, Young Republicans Club 3, 4, secretary 2, WAA 2 3, 4, BSU 1, 2, 3, 4, YWA 1, 2, 3, 4, Le Cercle Francais 1, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4. BESSIE MILLER LEARY, Ahoskie, N.C.: Major: English: BSU 1, 2, 3, 4, YWA 1, Community Mis- sions Chairman 2, Life Service Band 1, Program Ehaigmaln 2, House of Representatives 3, Dean's ist , . Fourth Row: SHIRLEY ANN LEE, Beech Grove, Ky.: Major: Secretarial Studies, YWA 1, 2, 3, 4, BSU 1, 2, 3, 4. GERTRUDE ANNE LEWIS, Whitesbury, Ky., Ma- jor: French, Pi Delta Phi 2, 3, Program Chairman 4, Sigma Delta Pi 3, Historian 4, Dean's List 2, 3, 4, Jules A. Vern Award 3, Who's Who, BSU Choir 1, BSU Greater Council 2, 3, International Relations Club 1, 2, Vice-President 3, Secretary 4, SNEA, Social Chairman 3, Reporter 4, Life Service Band 1, Publicity Chairman 2, 3, 4, Historian of Knight Hall 3, YWA 1, 2, 3, 4, Le Cercle Francais 1, President 2. Fifth Rfow: JANE ALLEN LOWRANCE, Carrollton, Ky., Ma- jor: Elementary Education: Pi Delt Phi 3, 4, SNEA 2, 3, Treasurer 4, YWA 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club 1, 2, IRC 2, 3. CHARLES THOMAS LUCAS, Louisville, Ky., Ma- jor: Biologyg Pi Kappa Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4, Beta Beta Beta 2, 3, 4, Gamma Sigma Epsilon 3, Grand Re- corder 4, Dean's List 3. Sixth Row: W. GLENN LUCKETT, Louisville, Ky., Major: Business Administration and Economics, Alpha Beta Pi 3, 4, Pawling Hall Treasurer 2, 3, 4, Radio Club 2, 3. WILLIAM BROWN McGIBNEY, Morning View, Ky., Major: Music Educationg Phi Mu Alpha 2, 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 2, 3, Oratorio Choir 1, 2, 3, Chapel Choir 1, Band 1, 2, Maskrafters 1, 2, ,3BSU 1, 2, 3, 4, MENC 2, 3, 4. lm-.r of 1962 First Row: HOWARD DOUGLAS McKINLEY, Elsmere, Ky., Major: Biology, Lambda Chi Alpha 1, 2, Pledge Trainer 3, Devotion Chairman 4, Asociate Justice of Student Body 4, BSU 1, 2, 3, Stewardship Chair- man 4, BSU Choir 2, 3, 4. J. BOYCE McLEAN, Woodlocke, Ky., Major: So- ciology. Second Row: BOBBY JOE McMAHAN, Somerset, Ky., Major: Economics and Sociology, Lambda. Chi Alpha 1, House Manager 2, Vice-President 3, 4, Alpha Beta Pi 2, 3, Social Chairman 4, Most Popular Bov 4, Senior Class President, P.E. Club 1, 2, 3, 4, BSU Summer C'ouncil, Circulation Manager of George- tonicm 4, Mr. Georgetonian 4. THOMAS EDWARD MAHANES, Lexington, Ky., Major: Physical Education. Third Row: MARSHALL JR., SIDNEY RUSSELL, Frankfort, Ky., Major: History, Pi Kappa Alpha, Kappa Pi, Golf Varsity 2, I.R.C. 1, 2, Senator, K Club 2. GERALD E. MARTHENS, Bristol, Va., Major: So- ciology, Economics, A Cappella Choir 1, 3, BSU Summer Council 2, Ministerial Association 2, Ora- torio Choir 1, 2, 3. Fourth Row: BETSY KAY MARTIN, Hamilton, Ohio, Major: French, Pi Delta Phi 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Jules A. Vern French Award 3, Deans List 3, B.S.U. 1, 2, 3, 4, YWA 1, 2, 3, 4, IWO 2, Georgetonian 3, French Club 1. REBEKAH JANE MARTIN, Decatur, Ga., Major: English, Delta Omicron 2', 3, 4, Warden 4, Eta Delta Phi 3, 4, Deans List 3, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, Who's Who, Chapel Choir, A Cappella Choir 2. 3, 4, Rucker Hall Representative 2, Senator 3, Mission Band 1, 2, 3, President 2, Secretary 3, Christian Service Organization 4, Program Chairman, YWA 1, 2, 3, 4, BSU Choir 1, 2, 3, Director 4, BSU Executive Coun- cil 2, 3, Organ Guild 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Treasurer 4, Valentine Queen 4. Fifth Row: DAVID B. MASON, Owenton, Ky., Major: Biology, French Club, SHEA, Young Democrats. BARBARA JANE MAUPIN, Louisville, KV., Maior: Elementary Education, BSU 1, 2, 3, 4, WAA 1, 2, 3, 4, YWA 1, 2, 3, 4, Wordmasters 1, 2, Secretary 2, Knight Hall Secretary 3, Social Chairman 4, Lewis ggi? Devotional Chairman 2, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 4. Sixth Row: DONALD HOWARD MEISHER, South Fort Mitch- ell Ky., Major: Business Administration, Pi Kappa Alpha 1, 2, Treasurer 3, Fire Chief 4, Alpha Beta Pi, Treasurer 4. TERRY HAYES MILLER, Hartford, Ky., Major: Bachelor of Science in Commerce, Anderson Hall Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Athletic Chairman 4, Alpha Beta Pi 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 4, George- tonian Staff 1, 2, 3, 4, Young Republicans Club 4, Treasurer 4, Maskrafters 1. YE 4 55 "H at is l ll rl , WW l i se as The .fenior First Row: WALLACE EMERY MILLER, Louisville, Ky., Ma- jor: Art, Kappa Pi 3, President 4, Kappa Pi Award for Best Achievement in Art in 1960-61, Chapel Choir 1, 3, A Cappella Choir 1, Oratorio Choir 1. JOHN R. MOLETON JR., Wyndote, Pa., Major: Business Administration and Economics, Kappa Alpha 1, 2, 3, No. 7 4, Alpha Beta Pi 3, 4, Football 3, 4, G Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Second Row: JEAN MONTAGUE, Bagdad, Ky.: Major: History, Transfer from St. Petersburg Junior College. LINDA EARLE MOON, Savannah, Georgia, Major: Elementary Education, YWA Secretary 2, BSU Council 3, Kappa Delta 2, 3, 4, BSU Sunday School Representative 4, Rucker Hall Treasurer 2, Sigma Delta Pi 2, Program Chairman 3, WAA 2, Chapel Choir 1, 2, BSU Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Wordmasters 3, SNEA 3, 4, YWA 1, 2, 3, 4, Mission Band 1, Senate 3, Oratorio Choir 1, 2, 4. Third Row: ANN LYNN MOORE, Bethesda, Md.: Major: Sec- retarial Studiesg YWA 1, 2, 3, 4,, Mission Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Knight Hall Devotional Chairman 4, House of Representatives 2, Senate 3, Associate Justice 4. JUANITA JUNE MOORE, California, Ky.: Major: En-glishg Phi Alpha Theta 2, 3, 4. Fourth Row: DENNISE KAY MUDD, West Point, Ky.: Major: Physical Education: WAA 1, 2, Vice-President 3, President 4, Physical Education Club 2, 4, Secretary 1, Vice-President 3, Vice-President of Student Gov- ermnent Association, Most Athletic Girl, Who's Who, Rucker Hall President 3, Social Chairman 4. NANCY ANN MULBERRY, Norwood, Ohio, Major: Elementary Education, Sigma Kappa 1, 2, 3, Cor- responding Secretary 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, WAA 1, 2, 3, 4, YWA 1, 2, 3, 4, SNEA 4, BSU 1, 2, 3, 4. Fifth Row: DORA RIDINGS MULLEN, Broadway, Va.g Major: English and Art: Kappa Delta 1, 3, 4, Assistant Treasurer 2, Kappa Pi National Art Fraternity 1, 2, Secretary 3, 4, WAA 2, 3, YWA 1, 2, 3, Young Re- publican 3, House of Representatives 3, Word- masters 3. JOYCE NELL NEEL, Versailles, Ky., Major: Music Education, Sigma Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4, Delta Omicron 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 4, Junior Guild of Or- ganists 1, 2, Treasurer 3, 4, Music Education Na- tional Conference 3, 4. Sixth Row: GODFREY THOMAS NEUENSCHWANDER, OW- ensboro, Ky., Major: Music Educationg Phi Mu Alpha 2, 3, Alum Secretary 4, MENC 1, 2, 4, Re- porter 3, A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4, Chapel Choir 1, Oratorio Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Life Service Band 1, 2, 3, BSU Choir 2, Le Cercle Francais 1. JOADA JEWELL PALMER, New Philadelphia, Ohio, Major: English, Sigma Delta Pi, Vice-Presi- dent 3, Program Chairman 4, Sigma Tau Delta 4, Dean's List 3, 4, Who's Who, French Club 2, YWA 1, 2, 3, Prayer Chairman 4, Mission Band 1, 2, Publicity Chairman 3, CSO 4, SNEA 2, 4, BSU 1, Greater Council 2, 3, 4, BSU Choir 2, 3, Librarian 4. Clam' of 1962 First Row: CHARLEY DEAN PARKS, Louisville, Ky., Majors: Chemistry, Math, Lambda Chi Alpha 1, 2, Secretary 3, Ritualist 4, Gamma Sigma Epsilon 2, 3, Presi- dent 4. JOYCE LYNN PARSON, Harrodsburg, Ky., Ma- jors: Speech, Voice: Sigma Kappa 1, 2, Music Chair- man 3, 4, Delta Omicron Social Chairman 2, Pianist 3, Director Musical Activities 4, Sigma Tau Delta, Pi Delta Phi, Eta Delta Phi, Alpha Psi Omega Pub- licity 4, Intermediate French Award 2, Anderson Angel 3, Dean's List, Best Actress in a Minor Role 3, Whois Who, A Cappella Choir Social Chairman 1, 2, Vice-President 3, 4, Wordrnasters 1, Mask- rafters 2, 3, 4, MENC 3, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, WAA 3, BSU Devotional Chairman 3, YWA 1, 2, 3, Oratorio Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Sigma Kappa Senator 3, Opera Workshop. Second Row: VIRGIE LEE PECKENPAUGH, Brandenburg, Ky.g Major: English, Delta Omicron 2, Historian 3, So- cial Chairman 4, Sigma Tau Delta 2, Program Chairman 3, Secretary-Treasurer 4, Who's Who, Rucker Hall Senator 2, Wordmasters 1, President 2, 3, Chapel Choir 1, 2, 3, Knight Hall Treasurer 4, Georgetonian Staff 1, 3, Speech Council 2, Ora- torio Choir 1, 2. JANE EDNA PHILLIPS, Washington, D.C.g Major: Latin. Third Row: PATRICIA ANN PHILLIPS, Elizabethtown, Ky.g Major: Music Educationg Delta Omicron 2, 3, First Vice-President 4, Eta Delta Phi 4, French Award 2, Who's Who, BSU Executive Council Music Chair- man 3, Enlistment Chairman 4, Knight Hall First Vice-President 3, Song Leader 4, Organ Guild Social Chairman 3, Vice-President 4, MENC Secretary 3, House of Representatives 2. CHARLES THOMAS PINKSTON, Harrodsburg, Ky., Major: History. Fourth Row: JANE GAYLE PINKSTON, Louisville, Ky., Major: History, Sigma Kappa 3, Chaplain 4, Wordrnasters President 2, 3, 4, House of Representatives 3, WAA 2, 3, 4, Pep Club! 3, 4, International Relations Club 4, Freshman Week Committee 4, Maskrafters 3, 4, Intramural Debate 3, 4. JANICE POLLOCK, Livermore, Ky.: Major: Med- ical Technology, Kappa Delta 1, Sergeant-at-Arms 2, Historian 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, WAA 1, 2, 3, BSU 1, 2, 3, Young Democrats 3, YWA 1, 2. Fifth Row: GINNY LEE POLSGROVE, Louisville, Ky.: Major: French, Sigma Kappa 1, 2, 3, Social Chairman 4, Pi Delta Phi 3, 4, Radio Club Secretary 1, 2, WAA, Pep Club. WILLIAM POWERS, Hawesville, Ky.: Major: Bi- ologyg Who's Who, Robert T. Hinton Biology Award, Chapel Choir 1, French Club 1, 2, Pawling Hall House Ofticer 3, 4. Sixth Row: PHYLLIS RANDALL, Alexandria, Ky.g Major: Latin. ' ALMA RIGGS, Pleasant Ridge, Ky., Major: Latin, Life Service Band 2, 3, YWA 3, 4, SNEA 3, Pub- licity Chairman 4. The Senior First Row: DAVID RITCHEY, Simpsonville, Ky., Major: Speech, Lambda Chi Alpha 1, 2, 3, Secretary 4, Wordmasters 1, 2, Sigma Tau Delta 2, 3, Vice- President 4, Alpha Psi Omega 3, Secretary 4, Alpha Phi Gamma 3, Vice-President 4, Georgetonian 1, 3, Maskrafters 1, 2, 3, Secretary 4, Belle of the Blue 1, 2, 3, Editor 4. VICKI RAYE RITTER, Somerset, Ky., Major: Physical Education, Sigma Kappa 1, 2, Social Chair- man 3, Registrar and Activities Chairman 4, Class Officer 4, Pi Kappa Alpha Dream Girl 4, Home- coming Attendant 3, 4, May Queen 4, Pep Club 2, 4, President 3, YWA 2, 3, 4, WAA 2, 3, 4. Second Row: GARY LEE ROBERTS, Evansville, Ind., Major: Economics and Sociology, Lambda Chi Alpha 1, 2, Treasurer 3, Corresponding Secretary 4, Alpha Beta Pi, Secretary 3, Parliamentarian 4, Young Repub- licans Club Treasurer 3, President 4, House of Representatives, President Pro Tempro 3. BEVERLY SUZANNE SHAFFER, Kent, Ohio, Ma- jor: Music Education: MEN C 2, 3, Vice-President 4, Oratorio Chorus 2, 3, 4, Chapel Choir 1, 23, 3, 4, BSU Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, YWA 1, 2, 3, 4, BSU 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Third Row: CAROLYN GERALDINE SIMPSON, Louisville, Ky., Major: Elementary Education, SNEA 2, Sec- retary and Treasurer 3, President 4, BSU 1, 2, 3, 4, YWA 1, 2, 3, 4, Life Service Band 1, 2. CHARLES CLEVELAND SMALLEY, Atlanta, Georgia, Major: English, Ministerial Association. Fourth Row: FRANK RUSSELL SMITH, Greensburg, Ind., Ma- jor: Sociology, Ministerial Association. FRANKLIN PRICE SMITH, Georgetown, Ky., Ma- jor: Commerce, Kappa Alpha 1, 2, Treasurer 3, 4, Alpha Beta Pi 3, 4, Circle K Club 1, 2, Young' Democrats Club 2, 3, 4, Business Manager Bell of the Blue 4. Fifth Row: KENNETH DAVID SNAWDER, Louisville, Ky., Major: Biology. DAVID ALLEN SNEED, Belle, W. Va., Major: Political Science, Ministerial Association. Sixth Row: PEGGY LOU SNYDER, Vine Grove, Ky., Major: Elementary Education, Si-gina Kappa 1, 2, Assistant Treasurer 3, President 4, Lambda Chi Crescent Girl, Wh0's Who, Class Officer 4, Pep Club' 2, 3. 4, WAA 2, 3, 4, Geo'rgetonia11, Staff 3, Belle of the Blue Staff 4, SNEA 4, YWA 2, 3, 4. SHARON ANN STELZER, Louisville, Ky., Major: Elementary Education, BSU Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, YWA 1, 2, 3, 4, Mission Band 1, 2, 3, SNEA 3, 4, WAA 1, 2, 3, 4. Clow of 1962 First Row: HELEN LYNNE STEVENS, Harlan, Ky., Major: French, Kappa Delta 1, 2, Membership Chairman 3, President 4, Pi Delta Phi 2, Program Chairman 3, President 4, Who's Who, Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4, YWA 1, Stewardship Chairman 2, 3, 4, WAA 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Inter-Greek Council 2, Vice-President 3, 4, French Club 1, Secretary 2, Debate 2, BELLE or THE BLUE Pageant Campus Fa- vorite 3, Young Democrats 3, 4, Junior Guild of Organists 3, 4. GLEN DONALD STORY, Waynesburg, Ky., Ma- jors: History, English, Latin Award 1. Second Row: JUDSON WILLIAM STRADER, Beverly, W. Va., Major: Biology, Cheerleader 4, House Oiiicer 4, Transfer from Blackburn College. SANDRA KAYE STRICKLER, Paris, Ky., Major: Business Administration and Secretarial Studies, Who's Who, Intermediate French Award 1, Dean's List 3, 4, French Club 1, YWA 1, 2, Publicity Chairman 3, Circle Chairman 4, Life Service Band 2, BSU 1, 2, 3, 4, BSU Choir 1. Third Row: ROBERT TAYLOR TIPTON, Frankfort, Ky., Ma- jor: Sociology, French Club. SYDNEY KAY VARNEY, Williamson, W. Va., Major: Biology, Sigma Kappa 1, 2, 3, Assistant Rush Chairman 4, WAA 2, 3, 4, YWA 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, SNEA 3, 4, Secretary of Class 3. Fourth Row: RONALD EDWIN WALDRIDGE, Louisville, Ky., Major: Biology, Lambda Chi Alpha 2, Rush Chair- man 3, House Manager 4. BARBARA ELAINE WATTS, Hallie, Ky., Major: English, French Club 2, 3, International Relations Club 1, 2, 3, Social Chairman 4, YWA 1, 2, 3, 4, SNEA 2, 3, 4. Fifth Row: THOMAS WESTERFIELD, Utica, Ky., Major: Chemistry, Pi Kappa Alpha 3, Pledgemaster 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, G Club 2, 3, 4. CAROL ANN VVHEELER, lVIidway, Ky., Major: French, Sigma Kappa 3, 4, Pi Delta Phi 2, Secre- tary 3, Vice-President 4, Phi Alpha Theta 3, Vice- President 4, Pi Kappa Delta 2, 3, President 4, Who's Who, Best Intramural Debate Coach 3, SNEA 1. Sixth Row: HAL WHITE, Charleston, West Virginia, Major: History, Pi Kappa Alpha, 1, 2, 3, 4. DAVID LEE WHITE, Rockford, Ill., Major: Bible and History. The Senior First Row: CALVIN CLARK WILKINS, Evansville, Ind., Ma- jor: Bible. LAURIE PARKER WILLIAMS, Washington, D,C.g Major: Spanish and French, Sigma Delta Pi 2, Treasurer 3, 4, Vice-President of Warrendale 3. Second Row: WALLACE WILLIAMS, Chamblee, Ga., Major: English, Who's Who, Most Likely to Succeed, BSU President 4, Pawling Hall President 3, 4, Mission Band 3. MARY Jo WILLIAMSON, Inez, Ky., Major: Ele- mentary Educationg Transfer from Virginia Inter- mont College. Third Row: ROBERT NATHAN WILSON, South Fort Nlitchell, Ky., Major: Business Administration, Pi Kappa Alpha 1, 2, 3, Secretary 4, Alpha Beta Pi 2, 3, 4, Baseball 22, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Circle K Club 3, Secretary 4, Georgetonian Staff 3, 4. JAMES NICHOLAS WORLEY, Stearns, Ky., Ma- jor: Speechg BSU 2, 3, 4, Ministerial Association 3, Maskrafters 3, 4, Wordmasters 3, 4, Young Repub- licans Club 4. 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B OOST E RS KELLY OSBORNE REAL ESTATE GLENN THEATER WESTERN AUTO RUBY'S BEAUTY SHOP MAC'S KENTUCKY FOOD STORE R. D. JAMESON CRAVEN'S JEWELRY KELLER'S JEWELRY GEORGTOWN NATIONAL BANK HOLT'S BARBER SHOP DANIEL W. GOODMAN GEORGETOWN LAUNDRY ANI DRY CLEANERS- HASSLOCH'S FLORIST IDEAL CAFE BRADLEY AND BRADLEY HAMBRICK SHELL COLONIAL MOTEL PARKER B. WAINSCOTT PRATHER BROS. S-COTT COUNTY MOTORS DAIRY OUEEN CLARK BROS. ASHLAND SEYMOUR'S ONE HOUR MARTINIZINO MODERN CLEANERS DAIRY MART GREEN'S CLEANERS FIRST NATIONAL BANK CARDINAL GIFT HOUSE THOMAS' K. SHUFF PARKER 84 PARKER FIRESTONE MCKNIGHT 84 PRYOR BURROW'S MARKET PRICE'S KEMPER-FOSTER SHOPPE BLUEGRASS DRIVE-IN THEATER GEORGETOWN HOTEL JUBALL'S BARBER SHOP JACOB'S FARMER'S BANK AND TRUST COMPANY GEORGETOWN LUMBER CO. F. W. MCMILLEN REAL ESTATE BEN FRANKLIN STORES HAROLD'S CLOTHING ROSEMARY'S BEAUTY SHOP Donald Chatham, M.D. Alumni President Dear Alumni and Friends, Among the most compelling words we know are those of duty and love. They evoke a response in us of both action and reaction. With duty we act to repay an obligation. It is a response which has been evoked because something good has been received. Love is the affection which holds us together as family and friends. It is the healthiest and most enduring emotion. Those of us who are graduates or former students of Georgetown College should feel both of these emotions. We should feel a sense of duty or obligation because of quality education coming from an institution of proven academic excellence 3 a school strengthened through years of labor by dedicated christian educators. K We should have a feeling of love because of the devotion of the same people who , as they taught , loved us and helped us over the road of growth and maturity. My feelings toward Georgetown College cannot be expressed as beautifully as the words stated by my beloved former pastor, Dr. C. W. 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