Georgia Institute of Technology - Blueprint Yearbook (Atlanta, GA)

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The freshman expresses his anxiety through deep searching eyesg eyes that seek an answer to a thousand and one questionsg eyes that stare in awe and wonderment at the enormity of it alll eyes that see an entire new world opening up before him in the form of eight o'e1oek Classes, fraternity rush parties and midnight bull sessions. 1 4 'stery of CO1- lat fills the h one burn- ahead? 5 his anxiefl' 'eSL CYC5 that ind and one in 21We and lity Of it alll ew World he form n in I terni Y 1 56SSl0nS' t fLlSh me A 5355 For a Week and a half his footsteps lead him to fraternity row, where, amid vigorous handshakes and cute rush girls, he seeks to find his place in this new society. At last, on pledg- ing Sunday, the roaring cheers tell him in no uncertain terms that he has been accepted, that he is now a fraternity man! 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Saturday evening the weekend is concluded with the crowning of the Homecoming Oueen, Juanita An- 'Xa drew lar ai nity displ with Ki at G' dum mint fifth rovides its of excite- denly and t disheart- the field, icit on the 'eekend is ing of the mita An- drews, and her attendants, Jackie To- lar and Jane Arnold. Theta Xi frater- nity is awarded the cup for the best display and the Sigma Chis walk off with the Reek laurels. King Football makes its last stand at Grant Field as the Yellow jackets dump a highly-regarded and revenge- minded Georgia team to Clinch their fifth bowl bid in as many years. Less than a week later, however, national and international attention is focused on Tech as her men march through Atlanta in loud protest over the bowl ban. 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W2 'W xl nv W J' K ww THE DEANS ,. re, . 1 lf l 'Y f"" 2, ., ,., ,,,, ...ya-sum .J 'if "Hilf- 2, ,Y 'yn . ,1 -. V? . DEAN WEBER-On july 1, 1955 Dr. Paul Weber was named Dean of Faculties, This marked a milestone in a remarkable career which began thirty years before upon his graduation from the Southeastern Missouri State College. He received his M.S. in Chemistry from the Missouri School of Mines in 1927 and in 1935 his doctorate in Organic Chemistry from Purdue University. Beginning his permanent stay at Tech in 1955, Dr. Weber served as a chemistry professor until 1948 when he was named head of the School of Chemical Engineering. A native of Nashville, Tennessee, Dean Weber is a man of rare qualities and ability and deserves much credit for the outstanding job he has done in his first year as Dean of Faculties. DEAN MASON-Since commencing his faculty work at Tech in 1938, as an assistant professor in the School of Chemical Engineering, Dean Mason has earned the highest respect of the student body and the esteem of his contemporaries. A graduate of the Speed Technical Institute in 1930 and earning his Ph.D. at Yale in 1935, he was instrumental in the Chemical Engineering Departments qualification to become Tech's first doctorate offering school. In 1948, when he was named Dean of the Engineering College, he was also selected to Who's Who in Engineering. Known about the hill for his outstanding work and his never being too busy to listen to any student's problem, Dean Mason is truly a credit to the faculty and an inspiration to the student body of Georgia Tech. DEAN HEFNER was graduated from Roanoke College in 1925 with a B.S. degree and received his M.S. degree in 1927 and his Ph.D. both from Chicago University. He served as Head of the Department Of Mf1fhemf1flCS from 1936 to 1945 when he was named Dean of GCD' effll SFUCUCS- Ifl 1948 his title was changed to Dean of the General College. In 1950 he was selected to Who's Who in America primarlll' because of his outstanding work in this position. His honorar1CS include Tau Kappa Alpha, Phi Kappa Phi, and Sigma Xi and he was a member of Pi Kappa Phi social fraternity. His favorite pastimes are amateur magic, photography and collecting tropical fish. Truly a bill' hant gentleman, Dean Hefner has long been looked up to by studer1IS as a shining example of outstanding ability. 24 Grifllflf is Per la bers the Scggge terniWr hi? hi 1 the School S g D639 became iid hiS iflfofma - r ' eaCh and eve :ld admiration ' or has come In C DEAN AJAX' from EYHQIY Ur gfee. During th United SW l Egan of Sruden and milfll' ggfadu ment detail? HU' fraternifY, his ho and Phi KHPPH be remembered has their interes DEAN PERSHI his A.B. in Bit Education from Indiana Univer. fraternity and cl immeasurable af litations and hz program. Tbrou :ions have deve their problems 5 the crew-cut an- Xml Weber was namedD 1 .1 remarkable career tl ,ration from the Soutltqw MS. in Chemistry front l 9 55 his doctorate in Orgl nning his permanentlsml mem istry professor 'until l of Chemical Engineering ber is a man of rate flllli r the outstanding 10bhl faculty work ar. Tech mg Chemical Englneermgirt e student bOdY andthe . S ed Technical lnsllmii pe - umfnlf' C 1 - h wfas IIISU l e. becomeilh yualification I0 dw when he Wa-5 nam? Who selected to Whggdrk all 1,3 outstanding M: ident'S Problem' Deililnrl . - SYU sPitntlOf1 to the 1 1935' uanoke C0155 ehiil Ph.D-l , 1927 3 1151611 Zilla of fha Deficit D fre was lbanjidof theqfl 6 - :lil liiiiviifw if' Amfirifihitlf tis p05lUQn' Xiallflhl hi. -Ind Slgmaite Pasumcl iifv. Hi? favflgll. Trulyflllg mi! tropical I I0 blls seen lflflked up ilflr' DEAN GRIFFIN-Georgia Tech's only "home-grown" dean, Dean Griffin, is perhaps one of the best-known and most-liked faculty mem- bers the school has ever known. lntormality is the constant watchword in his presence with "What do you want, boy?!" being the usual greet- ing upon entering his office. A member or Pi Kappa Phi sociai fra- ternity, his honors at Tech include ANAK and Omicron Delta Kappa, the schools highest. Named Assistant to the Dean of Students in 1950, he became Dean of Students in 1946. Known for his humorous speeches and his informal personality and most of all for his most sincere interest in each and every student, Dean George C. Griffin has gained the respect and admiration of every student and faculty member with whom he has come in contact. DEAN AJAX-A native of Corinth, Mississippi, Dean Ajax graduated from Emory University in 1930 and in 1931 obtained his Masters de- gree. During the war years of 1943-1946 he served as a Lieutenant in the United States Navy and upon his return he was named Associate Dean of Students and since that time has coordinated veterans' affairs and many graduates will long remember his efforts in handling employ- ment details and guidance. A member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon social fraternity, his honoraries include Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Beta Kappa, and Phi Kappa Phi. Known and well-liked for his wit, he will long be remembered by the students as a genuine servant who at all times has their interests and welfare first and foremost in his mind. DEAN PERSHING-A native of Canton, Ohio, Dean Pershing earned his A.B. in Biology in 1939 and in 1946 received his Masters in Education from Springfield College and his doctorate in Education from Indiana University. He was a member of Alpha Tau Omega social fraternity and claims his hobbies are variable. Dean Pershing has given immeasurable assistance to fraternities, campus organizations and pub- lications and has been instrumental in the fine freshman orientation program. Through his efforts, fraternities, organizations and publica- tions have developed immensely and whenever freshmen need anylof their problems solved they know they can always go see "the man with the crew-cut and pipe." 1' 41 THE ADMINISTRATION PML WEBER, OETHE .PRIESIDENLLUHM p,-erirlenl VIRGINIA PEED ............ Secrerary IfI.IZAI5li'l'H G. KOENIG ...... Execrrlive Secrelflfll QFFICE OF THE CQNTRQLLER Bm-1.Y JEAN VALIGi'lN ,........ Recepiiorirrr JAMIE R. ANTHONY ......., , J Controller OFFICE OF THE DEAN OF THE GENERAL COLLEGE EWELL I. BARNES ........., . . Auditor RALPH A, HEIYNER, Ph.D. .......... Dean FRANK B. WILSON . . . . Piirclmxing Agent and MRS. l.OcgRIE IVIORTON .......... Secretary Coordinator of Hozmng MILTON T. WHITFIELD . . . . Afmmnz Aiidiror OFFICE OF THE DEAN OF THE ENGINEERING COLLEGE JESSE W. MASON, Ph.D., D.Engr . . . . '. .U - - DMN MRS. FRANCES M. MORTON . . . Ailmii2im'rzl1L'e Auifiiznl V MRS. MARJORIE MARTIN ....... , Sewemyy CO-OPERATIVE DIVISION JAMES G. WOHLFORD, MLE .... . , ,. , DJJWOJ OFFICE OF THE DEAN OF FACULTIES I PA III. XVISBER, Ph.D. . . Dean of Frzcrrlliei fficling Prexiclenlj SZEXLAALLZCIELJ-ETCHA B-M-11 ' ' ' fimffein Drreclor DIARY ELEAZAR BROWN .... Aclrzzirziflrwiive Affifmrzl HELEN FRECH .' u' -' .' i u . . ' -- U- I- gjgjfgg OFFICE OF THE DEAN OF STUDENTS GEORGE C. GRIFFIN, B.S. in CE. .... Dean of Sziiilerzlf FRED W, AJAX, B.A., A.M. . . . Auociale Dean of Stnilenlf JOHN J. PERSHING, A.B., M.Ed., D.Ed. . . . Auociizze Dean of Slnilenrs JAMES A. STRIIQRLAND, M.Ed. in Guidance THE LIBRARY MRS. J. HENLEY CROSLAND .... Direczror of Librarje, DALE L. BARKER .... Auocinle Director of Librariey MISS SOPHIA SULLIVAN . . . Chief of Teehrrrmr pmefm MISS MARY LOU BARKER ...... Heinl Calaloger and Counseling . . . Direclo,-I Grizrlance and C ozinfeling M155 ELEANOR SMITH J , u ..... cataloger IN'lARl-I3NE NABORS . . . . . Secremry, Denn Grijin ERS' IYZLMA LQSSLO ' ' ' ' Cmlogef WILHELRIINA DOUGHERTY . . . Ailrninifzrnzioe Aniiznnl, MESS JQASSEAMQEIIAIL ' ' ' ' ' ' Cmlogef Dean of Stiiclenlf ' - . .... Calaloger SHIRLEY ANN OXFORD .... Secretary, Dean Perflaing MRS' BEATRICE CAINE ' - - A5W?f?f?011J Librarian RI."1'H G. IVIONEY, A.B., Sociology .... Pfycboinetrift, SIDNEY S' THOMAS ' ' ' ' AWWJWUVZJ Llbfdfldll Guidance and C onnfeling MISS DOROTHY JONES ' ' - - -I DOCZIWZGWI Librarian MISS SARAH LEVY . . . . Pbyfical Procexfex Librarian INIARGARET ANN PFEIFFER, B.A., History and Political Science . . Secrezrzry, Gziirliznce anal C onnieling BEVISRLI' S. IVIATTHEWS .... Clerk, Korean Vezerizny MISS SAFFORD HARRIS . . . Special C ollectionf Librarian MISS FRANCES KAISER .... Interlibrary Loan Librrrrirri MISS TATTIE MAE WILLIAMS . . . Science-Technology OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR Libmmm WILLIAM I.. 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I'hJmn1l Procexfei Libyan Ipt cial Collections Libmu I l1fL'1'll!i!'cIl' ' Loan Librw' J I . . S 1161169-TGCIIJIOII I.1I7li1V.. I .R fi,f1.u11 Science-Te6If10II Libr' J. Y ANTHON R. M IEConh,oIIel' MISS ZANIER DOWNS . . . Affiitant Science-Technology Lihrarian ARTHUR N. CORONTZES .... General Stnclief Lihrarian MISS EMILY MALLET .... Ayfiftant General Staalief Lihrarian MRS. CHARLES T. POTTINGER ..... Marie Librarian MRS. BETTY JEAN FAXAS ..... Secretary to Director OFFICE OF THE ALUMNI W. ROANE BEARD . . . Director of Alztmni Placement anti Sernicef ROBERT B. WALLACE, JR ..... Editor, Georgia Tech ALUMN US Miss MARY VASS DAUGHTRY . . . Bookkeeper MRS. MARY E. PEEKS .... . . . Secretary MRS. JEAN TOWNSEND . . . Clerh-Typift MRS. THERESA H. WARD ........ Clerk-Typift GEORGIA TECH Y.M.C.A. W. ROANE BEARD Execuiive Secreiary, Alumni ROBERT C. COMMANDER, B.S., B.D. . . General Secretary Assoclahon MRS. CLYDE LYON ........ Oyfce Secretary DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC RELATIONS LESLIE F- ZSUFFA, B-Sv M-B-A-I M-E' ' - I- 3 Dhlfeghol' J. W. WALLACE, B.B.A .... Chairman, Service Gronpf ALICE CHASTAIN -""--' Editorial Affhfmm ROBERT B. WALLACE, JR., B.S .... Heacl, Pnhlication Sernicex PA K EZNGINEERIIIJGD EXPERIMENT STATION D. R. A. HALL, B.S. ...... I-Ieacl, Mechanical Sernicef UL ' AEAWAY' 1' """" .' Ifectw R. A. MARTIN, M.S ....... Heacl, Snpply Sernicex IAMES E' BOYD, PED' """' AIIQCMZE DIWUOI' J. E. GARRETT . . H eacl, Photographic anal Reproclitction HARRY L BAKER, JR., BS ...... Affiftant Director 5-ewicw FREDERICK BELLINGER, Ph.D. Con leavej .- Chief, Chemical ROBERT J KYLE MS Hemi Technical Sdemef Diwjion A I I I I I I I I I Information Sernicef W. C. WHITLEY, Ph.D ..... Acting Chief, Chemical Sciencef Division BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS T. W. JACKSON, Ph.D. . . . Chief, Mechanical J. R. JENKINS, LLB., LLM ....... Siiperintenclent Sciencef Dinifion W. H. TRIPOD .... . Material: Specialift E. K. RITTER, Ph.D. . . . Chief, Rich Electronic JEWELL ARP . . .... Secretary Compnter Center INEZ B. GOFF . . . . Clerk Typift A X A , I 5 f .: SE HORACE w. STURGIS JAMES O. WOHLFORD ROBERT C. COMMANDER Associa+e Regisfrar Direcfor, Coopera'rive Division General Secre'I'ary, YMCA 27 Shori' Courses and Conferences CHARLES H. TAYLOR, LL.B., M.B.A ..., , I Director MRS, ERRY W. DUNNAM . . . Secretary to tb D' ,l J lnclus-Irial EcIuca'I'ion e Wm' THOMAS H. QUIOLEY, A.B., B.S ...... , Dmm MRS. ELIZABETH C. SEVERANCE. B.S. . . , , , 5 Ins'riI'u'Ie of Public SaIe'I'y ewelalll N, COX, BE., . . . Aclrnlnlr ' WILLIAM Sou'II'Iern Technical InsI'iIu'Ie lmlwe Head LAWRENCE V. JOHNSON, B.S., M.S ..., , , D,,emT LOY Y. BRYANT, AB., M.A ......,, Regimm, GEORGE L. CARROLL, AB ..... Dean of Baric Stadin GEORGE L. CRAWFORD, B.S., M.S .... Dean ofTeclorrir,I1 Dlvitiorz CYRUS L. MADDOX, A.B. . .... Dean of Staderrn MRS. MINNIE N. MARITY . . Atlnztntttratioe Atrlrtarrt MRS. IRENE DAVIS ......... Steno-TIM, MRS. IULIA FLOYD ...... Secretary to Regimrm- MRS. MARTHA A. LELAND . . Receotionirt and Steno-Twin MRS. FRANCIS LUNDY .... Secretary Veterans Affairt NS MRS. GERTRUDE RUSSO . . Secretary, Sttpt. Bnilrlimtf JAMES R. JENKI and Ground. Superiniendeni, Buildings and Grounds MRS' ARMENTA SIMMONS , , I Cle,k,S,e,n,,Qmpbel MRS. 'TOYCE SMITH . . . . . Financial Secretarrt MISS TONI V. WILLIAMS ....... Clerk-Typirr MRS. MILDRED WILSON ..... Placement Secretary HEALTH DEPARTMENT AND INFIRMARY S. LESLIE MORRIS, JR., B.S.. M.D .... Director of Health IOHN B. RIGGSBEE. AB.. M.D ..... School Phfvtician Viritlng C onrttltarzt ENGINEERING EXTENSION DIVISION Office of Ihe Direcior ROOIQR SHEPPARD HOWELL, B.S. in M.E., M.S. . . Drrector LAMONT HENRY, B.S.. M.D .... . MAX M. BLIIMBERG, B.S., M.D. . Arrociffte School Phifrlcltztz MRS. IVIILDRED E. IVIOORE . . . Secretary to the Director EVDEITSIY E-IA,EiLLlEY """""' Kellie MISS BIESSIE C. SHARP, B.S ...... Financial Secretary MIZLRAARGIE MITCHELL 'RN ' ""' Head MRS. BLANLHE B. T IIRNER ........ Regtrtrar MRS' SARAH F. SPRUELL. RN. ' ' I I ' Num Engineering Evening School MRS. MARY M. ARMSWONG. RN .... . . Narre RIILTON R. MtgCI-uRE. B.S. in I.M. ...... Drrrector MRS. MARIE STINER. RN .......... Nrrrre VIOIIN W, SRIIITHERS, B.S., M.S. in I.M. . . Artirtant to the CHARLES C. CRAWFORD . . . . Meriiml Terhrricitr Difecwr ALBERT M. TINSLEY . . . X-ran and Phrtfiotberaoi MRS. livA H. BURKE ...... Secretary to Director Techrricirnr MRS. ANNE C. -IOINER .... Secretary Veteranr Ajairr MISS IJEGGY ANN SMITH 1 I SQMQWII ROGER S. HOWELL Direcior, Exiension D' ' ' . LESLIE F. ZSUFFA IvIsIon DIrec+or. Public Relafions Dirgggrlr gpgiieyvgglion 28 5 The Gradu which the I grants advar Ind architect The grow netting, of architecture on the part tions in the tion must bf fully with P can be obt: graduate edt education IJ day's work I status Shoulr R. L. SWEII HELEN HA IANEY SIM .Ygfft-Idr Y I Dum . I I . hon ' 0 me Duff, . ' Difffl safety ' Seft- - fitfllnllfjf ' , r f , lnshfufe anew Q' .' ' ' ' girefr , ' ' ' , eflfffv. . Drag of Bam Studi, - - earl ofTe51,,,i: D Dwisi - -. ' etmlof Strider AJm1m,v1rat1z'e Amin- Steno . Setremry fo Regijg .cbflnzzfff and Slerzofw Secreltzri' Vetemm ,155 .Xt cremry, Slfpy- Bngldir A and Grout, . Clerk-Slerzngmpg . Financial Secret . . . . Clerk-Tit . Placement Secrlti ND INFIRMARY . . Director of Hui . . School Pbwif? . . Vi,fitin,2 Clvllllk. A f tor: 'fe Sclvool Pbwif? . . . . . lvzftr . . . lnlff . . Head Nl' ' ' I Nr . , , . . . Nl' I . MgdifnlTetlv1ff.' X-rm' and Pbvfioilffl Tgfblllil , Semi, l Y L 'usp- Y K, CALAW3a+g0n Ewerimeni R. L. SWEIGERT The Graduate Division is that part of the Institute through which the faculty of the Georgia Institute of Technology grants advanced degrees in engineering, science, management, and architecture. The growing complexities of science, of professional engi- neering, of modern organization and management, and of architecture result in a need for additional higher education on the part of those who contemplate entering various func- tions in these professional Helds. More and advanced educa- tion must be obtained to enable the engineer to deal success- fully with professional engineering problems. This education can be obtained by a man through his own study or by graduate education. Few lind it possible to acquire the needed education by their own reading and study following a full day's work on the job. Therefore, those desiring professional status should give serious consideration to graduate study at GRADUATE DIVISICJN some institution. Graduate study is highly recommended for students of engineering and science who wish to work in research, devel- opment, or highly technical and scientific design, for students of management, science or engineering who are interested in industrial management at a high level, or who wish to serve as consultants in industry or government, for students who wish the fields of science, management, or engineering educa- tion, and for those who have personal objectives calling for graduate study. Master's degrees are offered in all engineering, science, and management departments. The degree of Master of Architec- ture and Master of City Planning are offered in the school of Architecture, and the Doctor's degree is offered in Chemis- try, Civil, Chemical Engineering, Physics, and Electrical Engineering. THE ERA IIOI compufed is housed in the newly built Rich Elecfronic Compufer Cenfer. R. L. SWEIGERT, Ph.D. . . . Dean HELEN HAIR . Secretary to the Dean JANEY SIMPSON . . . Secretary fa ll LP D. w. DUTTON Hudson, Caslles, Carnes, DuH'on, DUCOHS. HGVPGVI Mann school Ol AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING It is the aeronautical engineer who shapes the destiny of tomorrows transportation. Recent developments in jet- propulsion, rocket power and super-sonic flight have con- trihutetl immensely to the prominence Of the aeronautical engineer. Here at Tech there are, in addition to the undergraduate curriculum, facilities for advanced work on the master's level and future plans for doctorate offerings. The physical plant is well equipped to oller laboratory work to augment the theoretical courses. Features Of the plant are the 9-foot and 211-foot and the supersonic wind tunnels. Since its establishment in l95O through a gift from the Daniel Guggenheim Fund, the School has developed into one or the finest in the nation. . I x ' ' , . J 1 'N- DONNELL W. DUTTON, B.S. in M.E., Ms. in AE .......... . Ptvf-W' Director of School WALTER CASTLES, JR., B.S. in A.E. . Aftocme Profeffo' ARNOLD L. DUCOFFE, Ph.D .... Anocme Profenof JOHN J. HARPER, B.S. in M.E., M.S. in A.E. ....... Associate Profetwf WALTER R. CARNES, B. of A.E., M.S. . . - lffffmizz WESLEY MERLE MANN, JR., B. of A.E. . . IWW WILLIAM C. SLOCUM ..... . . Model GEORGE W. D. COOK . . . Refeafrclv T HENDRIK R. HUDSON, Bs. in ME. . . . . . . . My Miss SARAH Q. SLAUGHTER, A.B., M.A. . - Smemy Miss SARA N. ROBISON ..... . - ' Sem Wind-Tunnel HAROLD BQRIS JAMES PAUL HOW HIN DAVID H, GRIF JULIAN DEMETR D.S.C. RICHARD IsAAC Afghita RICHARD A, FRAN RUFUS MALCOLU ROBERT A GEORGE VERNON C. MALC4 NORMA ' NATELL REGINA . LUCIA F. MARTHA Firsl Row: chrone, Pri -4635? -if 14 .y .ff M ' ,i L 3 J' A . .1 ii .1 li fl ,na D. W. i Q J A i . rg , up R551 f-4 ERING in ME., gf ,S-Cb00l Agocia A.E. . . I . ' Ayyocrafe .. I Ayiociate .E.,M.S. - ' ' of ' i .i .l ReiaarCffT . lWil1f!'TIHm f AE., MA- Q el HAROLD BUSH-BROWN, A.B., M.Arch. . . . P1-ofetror Dzreczor of School BORIS W. BOGUSLAVSKY, B.S., M.S.,D.Sc. . Proferror JAMES H. GRADY, B.Arch ......... Profeitor PAUL M. HEFFERNAN, B.S., B.Arch., M.Arch. . . Professor HOWARD K. MEN1-IINICK, B.S., M.L.A.C.P. Regeazi' Proferror HIN BREDENIECK, Diploma from Bauhaus Associate Profeiror DAVID J. EDWARDS, JR., B.A., B.Arch. . H. GRIFFITH EDWARDS, B.S. in Arch. . -TULIAN H. HARRIS, B.S. in Arch. . . DEMETRIOS A. POLYCHRONE, B.A., M.S., Aiiociate Profeifor Arrociale Profeiror Aiiociate Profeiior Ariociaze Profeiior D.S.C.E. ......... . . . Associate Profeuor RICHARD H. PRETZ, B.Arch. . . ISAAC E. SAPORTA, Diplom-Ingenieur, Architect ......... RICHARD WILSON, A.A. Diploma . A. FRANK BECKUM, B.S., B.Arch., M.F.A. Aiiiitant Profeiior RUFUS R. GREENE, B.S., B.Arch. . . MALCOLM G. LITTLE, JR., M.C.P. . . ROBERT F. RABUN, B.S., B.Arch. . . GEORGE W. RAMEY, JR., B.S. in Arch. . VERNON M. SI-IIPLEY, JR., B.S., B.Arch. . Afrociate Profeiior . Associate Profeiior Airiitarzt Profeiror Artinian! Profeitfor Assistant Proferior Assistant Professor Assistant Profeiior C. MALCOLM GAILEY, B.S., B.Arch., M.Arch. . . Irzizfraczor NORMAN L. WORRELL, B.A ...... . Imrraczor NATELLE ISLEY, B.A., M.A. .... . Librarian REGINA D. NAVIA . . . . . . Secretary LUCIA F. PULGRAM, B.A. .... Secretary MARTHA RAND, B.F.A. . . Clerical Assistant In today's modern age the emphasis in the modern home is placed on gracious living. In the Ordinary aspects of architecture, that is, producing line, comfortable homes with labor-saving devices, and in the allied fields of Indus- trial Design, Light Construction and City Planning, todayls architect is thrust into new prominence. Tech's School of Architecture offers four options, architec- tural design, structural design, industrial design and light con- struction. The first two are five year courses leading to a Bachelor of Architecture degree and the second two are four year courses leading to a degree of Bachelor of Science. Grad- uate work is oliferecl for concentration in design, structure, history and city planning. school ol ARCHITECTURE f- - . I , F. + R I I-.HI I F nl Heffernan, Bush-Brown, Edwards, U., RIClK6l'?S .... Secohd Row. Boy clxoneivgreii, Eecltriieniinivliss Isley, Greene, Wilson, Bredendleck. . Third Row: Galley. Hunllkef. Manhinick, Rabun, Ramey, Worrell. SIWIPIGY- H. BUSH-BROWN LANE MITCHELL WM' ll I, M. I I , I 'I I. Navarre, Mifchell, Hansard, Wysong school of CERAM C ENGINEERING One of the south's oldest industries is embodied in the work of the ceramic engineer. Ceramic and mineral indus- tries have long looked to the ceramic engineer for new developments in such products as brick, tile, glass, cement and other products of non-metallic minerals. The course of instruction covers four years and leads to a degree of Bachelor of Ceramic Engineering. Graduate work leading to ll degree of Master of Science in Ceramic Engineer- ing. A degree holding student has the foundation that should enable him to succeed in production, research, administration .Ind sales of any of the ceramic industries. .. Qin? i? LANE MITCHELL, Ph.D ...... . . Pwfeffo' Director of School CHARLES F. WYSONG, B.S ...... WILLIAM C. HANSARD, B.S .... Afrimmz Profeffof HARRISON W. STRALEY, III, Ph.D. . Pfofefrof, Geology ALFRED T. NAVARRE, M.A ........ Associate ProfeJJ04'I Gedoggl MISS JANIE RUTH HOLLAND . . . . - - Sewwf THoMAs MACKROVICH . . . Teclafmimz , , Pfofetrof 32 H. C- NATHA W. T. H, V.C R, N. . H. C. I C. A. l MRS. E' S C 11 I 4252. "2 is '- f Iii I If'i 21.21, Ifg ERING 5. I I Y f 565001 JILD. - ,-I I'If1L'f411e - Anil!!! PII v l . pmfessoh . . - WM. MEESE NEWTON, Ph.D . . . Acting Director of School . . . Profeiiof' J. M. DALLAVALLE, Ph.D ..,.. Regefzlf' Profeiror H. C. LEW1s, Ph.D. . . . , , , pmfmo, NATHAN SUGARMAN, Ph.D. . . . . Profefior W. T. ZIEGLER, Ph.D. . . ..... P1-ofefyof H- V- GRUBB, Ph-D- - . . Afmciaze Pfofefsor R. N. MILLER, Ph.D. . . Auociaze Profeiyor H. C. WARD, Ph.D. . . Arfociate Profeyior C. A. MAYES .... .... M ecbrmig MRS. EVA BROWNING . .... Secretary s The chemical engineer develops and operates chemical and manufacturing processes in which materials undergo chemical change to make them useful. Needless to say, in today's accelerated industrial and manufacturing age the chemical engineer is in a prominent position. Offering a bachelor's degree for completion of the four year undergraduate program, the School of Chemical Engineer- ing offers masrer's work and was Tech's first doctorate offering department. Through a fine curriculum augmented by limited registration in the Junior and Senior classes, the School of Chemical Engi- neering has progressed immensely in recent years in providing industry with key men in this highly technical field. school of CHEMICAL ENGINEERING , Firsf Row: MiIIer, Newfon, Ward, Lewis .... Second Row: DaIIaVaIIe, Ziegler, Weber, Grubb. GU M WM. MEESE NEWTON Chemistry has been in the basic curriculum since the establishment of Tech. It is required of almost all freshmen and many departments have required courses in this de- partment. The Chemistry curriculum is especially attractive since there are a number of electives which permit a student to later change to such courses as law or medicine. Comple- tion of the undergraduate program leads to a Bachelor of Science degree and in addition, masters and doctorate work is ofTered. The doctorate degree is olTered in the fIelds of organic, physical, inorganic and analytical chemistry. Truly the man-behind-the-scenes, the chemist paves the way for greater progress in nearly all fields of industry and manufacturing. K. CALAWAY, Ph.D. Con leavej . , p. PAUL Director of School mfem' ILLIAMM SPICER PhD . . . Professor W l , . .... . . Acting Director of Scnooi WILLIAM H. EBERHARDT, Ph.D ..... , profem, HENRY L. EDWARDS, Ph.D. . , pmfmor JACK HINE, Ph.D ....... . I profemr WILLIAM S. TAYLOR, Ph.D ..... . , , profemr WYATT C. WHITLEY, Ph.D. Con BENJAMIN B. WROTH, Ph.D. . LOYD D. FRASHIER, Ph.D .... TAMES K. GLADDEN, Ph.D. . . TERLING GROVENSTEIN, JR., Ph.D. TAMES A. KNIGHT, JR., Ph.D. . . R. FRED SESSIONS, Ph.D. . TAMES A. STANFIELD, Ph.D. . ALLAN C. T oPP, Ph.D .... WALTER H. BURROWS, M.S. . JACK K. CARLTON, Ph.D. . ERVIN CoLToN, Ph.D. . . NORMAN H. HORTON, M.S. . . leavej i f r . J. T. WATERS Ross, MS .... . A. THEODORE TRIMBLE, JR., Ph.D. . . - - . Professor Pmfeffor Emeritus. Associate Professor Associate Professor Associate Professor Associate Professor Associate Professor Associate Professor Associate Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor DANIEL M. MATHEWS, M.S. . . .,.. Irrsrrrrrror DAVID A. MATHEWES, M.S. . . . . Iosrrooror EDWIN G. VASSIAN, M.S. . .... Iosrrooror HARRY K. GRANT . . . .... Maclgirrisr MRS. W. C. THIBADEAU . . Chemical Technician MRS. MARSUE D. CROW . ..... Secretary school oi CHEMISTRY LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Colton Taylor Spic V I T SECOND O . Horion, Grovensiein, Frashier, Sfanfield. THIRD ROW.: KTITRQTIT: SZZTCTFIS, EC.IwardSR Gxigodieierhigisll FOURTH ROW: Trimble, Mathews, Ross, Mafhewes, Carlfon, WILLIAM M. SPICER FIRST ROVI Sowers, Bail ROBERT E CARL E. If RICHARD Rf-DNOR ' GEORGE E MARION I AUSTIN B WERNER IAMES H. HARRY c. FREDERICI DON B. J. IAMES R, MARVIN E ROGER JOHN A. - CHARLES' MRS' ELEA MISS MAR A 5 E I Iflfvrjrpf D... In-I . - a 'If SKZIIIUI Ic.Ix'cI , - - . Profestor - - Associate - . Anociate - ' - fluociate ' - flffociate . flfsociate - fluociate . Associate . Assiftant . Auistarzt . Airistarzt . . Asristant . . . Auixtant Pro Auistant P1011 I. - . . Imtri . Imln. . Instr. . IIIatIz' . Cltemical Technic I fiat ROBERT E. STIEMKE FIRST ROW: Fincher, Saxe, Grune, Siiemke, Kindsvafer, Carsfens .... SECOND ROW: PaqueHe, Sowers, Bales, SchuII'z, Lucas, King, Jones. . . Sent WILLIAM M' SPICEI school of CIVIL ENGINEERING ROBERT E. STIEMKE, M.S., C.E. . . Director of School CARL E. KINDSVATER, M. S. . RICHARD KING, M.S .... RADNOR J. PAQUETTE, M.S. . GEORGE F. SOWERS, M.S. . . . . MARION R. CARSTENS, PHD. . . AUSTIN B. CASEMAN, M.S. . . . . WERNER N. GRUNE, Dr.Eng.Sc. . . JAMES H. LUCAS, M.S .... . HARRY C. SAXE, Sc.D. ..... . FREDERICK W. SCHUTZ, JR., Ph.D. . . DON B. JONES, M.S ....... JAMES R. FINCHER ..... MARVIN B. COHEN . . . ROGER C. LIND . . . JOHN A. MCCARTHY . . CHARLES H. MULLIS . . . HOMER J. BATES .... MRS. ELEANOR R. KLUGE . MISS MARY RUTH WADE . 35 . Pro feuor Regent! Profecfor . . . Profeffor . . . Proferfor . . . Profeffor Afrocicite Profersor Afrocictte Proferyor Associate Profenor Arrociczte Profeffor Afforficzte Proferfor Affociczte Proferfor Assistant Pro ferfor . . . Inftriictor Grczcinczte Arfiftcznt Grczcinczte Afrirtant Grczcinczte Arrirtcznt Grczcinczte Affiftant . . . Technician . . . Secretary . Clerk-Typist Civil Engineering is the oldest of the engineering profes- sions. The civil engineer coordinates the resources of nature, man and machines toward a goal of better living. He works in the broad fields of surveying, and mapping, sanitation, transportation, hydraulics, structures, mining, irrigation and reclamation. The physical plant includes modern classrooms and in addition, these labs: hydraulics and fluid mechanics, high- way materials, masonry building materials, sanitary engineer- ing, soil mechanics, stress analysis and surveying and mapping. Through a rigorous four year program, the school pre- pares the student to adequately meet the challenge of the future progress in this diversified field. It .5,,nmt5:i,3, ZW ! ! . I BENJAMIN J. DASHER, Sc.D. . . Director of School FRANK O. NOTTINGHAM, JR., Ph.D. . DOMBNICO P. SAVANT, M.S., E.E. EDWARD R. WESTON, M.S .... DAVID L. FINN, Ph.D .... F. KENNETH HURD, Ph.D. . . HOWARD L. MCKINLEY, M.S., E.E. WILLIAM J. MCKUNE, Ph.D. . EDWARD E. PERKINS, M.S. . . ASHFORD W. STALNAKER, E.E. . DANIEL C. FIELDER, M.S., E.E. . JOSEPH L. HAMMOND, M.S. . . 1 Q . Pfofejjw. ' ' - Pf0fe.rJor Professor Emerimi ' ' , ' Pfvferror Arrocmte Proferror Arfociate Proferror Arrocivzzfe Proferror Arfociate Profenor Arfociate Proferror Associate Proferror AIJiJlE72l Proferm Arrirmnt Profefrof GEORGE B. HAWTHORNE, JR., M.S .... , Lecym, PAUL T. HUTCHISON, M.S. . . Arrirmnz Pfofem, . - - - E DALL L. SU Ph.D. . . ' In today's world or electronic controls, communication K N , Affffffmf Pfofeffvf , . . 1 THOMAS M. WHITE, M.S. . . Awww, pmfem, rind sound reproduction systems and the eyer-Increasmg use SAMUEL N. WIN, IRG, M.S- U . i h 1 Lecturer of electric power, the electrical engineer is thrust into new JOHN M. BAILEY, JR., M.S. . ' . Inmmor and unheard ol prominence. ' ' JOHN C. COLE, JR., M.S. . . . , lmmmo, The curriculum at Tech includes comprehensive training NICHOLAS J. EXARCHOU,.M.S. . , lnmwo, in fundiunental sciences. Courses in other departments as well ARTHUR HAGEDORN, B.S. In E.E. . . Imtmctor us culruriil courses are required in order to give the electrical HENRY E- MEADOWS, JR-, M-S - . lmzmrmr engineer a broader look at the world around him. Satisfactory gI'V2VfLLACi9ILR-, MS- ' - 111-WWOT completion of four years work leads to a degree of Bachelor MRS EILMIIIASQZLM' ' ' ' ' lmffffvlvf ol lilecrrical Engineering. MRS' MARJORY 522121 ' ' gewemll Prcsenrly the School of Electrical Engineering is the largest RALEIGH M FORP' ' ' MZZZQ .ir lc-cli, Ll position ir has held for a number of years. EULIE H. HOTCHKISS I . Tedmicm I C F' R 1 - - - . 1 5 hlgldoivz VNfl!L+S'?orYJ'Jflon'dWIl1:le- hl?a5l1ef. FBHUDS.. Su, Hammond, Slalnaker, Prince .... Second Row: A Y' .1 L . . ear , u+c ison, .Bailey, Finn, Nollingham .... Third Row: Hagedorn, Fielcler, if ' H nj' McKinley, Wallace, Exarchou, Cole. 42. Xkwjjgk BENJAMIN J. DASI-'ER x ..gMf'-'JZ FRA . A I l i I I W i .K ?l ,. A 1 . Q of-I sch FRANK l WILLIAI ROBERT JOSEPH ROCKER4 RAYMOL HARWEI WINFIEI CECIL G NELSON l0HN B, PAUL T. TEE H. DONALD lAMEs Q CHARLEs WILLIAA JAMES Q FRED E. MRS- BEI f -X-5170171 ' ' pfoffx Ph.D, , 1 . , . p II. . Profefm, ' ' - fixrotiafe . ilitrociaye , ' - Jrocmre ' - - firtociate lr' - - flrrociare - - fluociate ' - ' iilffrttafzt .. M.S. . fm" - - - Arriflant . Arrirtant - Atsirtant S. f f ir. . , , . . SHI: Sew . . IIIHI. . 'l'erIIQ ERING . Sgc0III' I I K r, Prince--" . EIwTfiird Row: H09edom'F' ff FRANK F. GROSECLOSE Sitting: Brooks, Lehrer, Groseclose, Sfafon, Cox .... S'I'anding: Hei++, Day, Johnson, Rogers, Holmes, Eafon, Moder, Trowbridge. school OI INDUSTRIAL ENGINEER NG FRANK F. GROSECLOSE, M.S .... Dufeclor of School WILLIAM N. COX, JR., . . . ROBERT N. LEHRER, Ph.D. . . . JOSEPH J. MODER, Ph.D ..... ROCKER T. STATON, JR., Dr.Eng. . RAYMOND N. TROWBRIDGE, M.A. . HARWELL L. BOYD, JR., M.S .... COn military leavej WINFIELD A. BROOKS, M.S .... CEcI.L G. JOHNSON, B.I.E. . NELSON K. ROGERS, B.S. . JOHN B. DAY, B.S .... PAUL T. EATON, Ph.D. . TEE H. HIETT, B.S. . . DONALD S. HOLMES, M.S .... JAMES C. COOLEY ...... CHARLES T. JOHNSTON, B.I.E. . . . . Pro fefror . . Proferror . . . Proferror Arrociate Proferfor Arrociate Profefror Arrociazfe Proferror Arrirtauzf Proferfor Arrirlaut Profefror . . . Iuftructor . luftruczfor . Lecturer . Lecturer . . . Lecturer . . . Lecturer Graduate Arrirtarzzf Graduate Arrirzfarzt WILLIAM H. MUSE, B.S. . . Reiearcb Grad. Arrirzaru JAMES C. FRY, B.I.E ......... Tecbuiciau FRED E. HENRY .... ..... T ecbrziciau MRS. BERNICE G. FOWLER . 37 . Secretary With ever increasing emphasis on rapid production, quality controlled manufacturing and sound engineering management the industrial engineer's demand is now the highest ever. Here at the Flats the curriculum Offers much in the way of well-equipped labs, numerous plant trips and visiting lecturers to better enable the student to "step right in" upon graduation. Successful completion of the course leads to a degree of Bache- lor of Industrial Engineering. Since Industrial Engineering is synonymous with leadership in most industries, much emphasis is placed on sound judgment, proven philosophies and scientific knowledge rather than spe- cial techniques and handbook formulae. 'A r-'V' -7" : Andel Buckingham, Follc, ' R z Ald d , C r, Brewster, Morgan, James. . Seconfl Row - g T:gl'T1PFgi'1, Proeliorlili . .clixliaril Row: Wenn, Law, Gordon, Bollinger, Fllnn .... Fourfh Row. McCullough, Moeller, Elheridge, Brown. Monfgomery. MAURICE R. BREWSTER school of INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT Only if engineers have the necessary resources, can they keep the wheels of industry rolling. The management that enables the engineer to obtain his money, equipment, and supplies is developed by the Industrial Management De- partment. The Industrial Management Department at Tech teaches the student the policies and problems of business and industry. The Department is divided into four categories which acquaints the student with sales, costs, accounting, the distribution of the linished product or service, and the personnel in industry. The other schools and departments are open to the Industrial Management student. Thus, the student's education grows more liberal and thorough. The four year curriculum leads to a degree of Bachelor of Science in lndustrial Management. MAURICE R. BREWSTER, M.B.A. . Director of School ALPHEUS R. MARSHALL, Ph.D. . . WILLIAM J. PROCTOR, M.A. NOAH WARREN, M.A. . FRED B. WENN, M.A. . . ERNEST W. ALDREDGE, Ph.C. J. CARLTON BROWN B.C.S. WALTER S. BUCKINGHAM, JR.,.Ph.Di GLENN W. GILMAN, Ph.D. ROY A. JAMES, M.A. . . . SAMUEL THOMPSON, Ph.D. E. R. BOLLINGER, M.S. . . JOHN T. ETHERIDGE, M.B.A. WILLIAM A. FLINN M.B.A. ' . . . . GEORGE E. MADDOXZ M.S. ton ileayej WILLIAM M. MCCULLOUGH, M.B.A. WARREN E. MOELLER M.B.A. . A. J. COOPER, III, M.Si . . MARLIN V. LAW, M.S. . JOHN E. MORGAN M.S. . . Proferror . Pfoferror . Profefror' Proferror Proferror Arrotiate Proferrof Atrociate Proferror Associate Proferror Arrociate Pr0f6JI0f Arroctate Proferrof Arrociate Proferrof Arrtrtaat Proferror Arrirtaat Pf0f65f0' Arrtrtaat Profeffof Arrtrtatzt Profefwf Arrtrtattt Proferrof Arrirtaat Proferwf , , , Imtratt0f , , , Iartrattof . lmtratwf . . u LEROY W. BARNIQS, B.S. . Part-'mae iirrtrta1ttPf0fef"0' T. B. CHISLOM, M.S ........ Spectal Lfffffwl' HENRY L. ANDEL, B.S. . . ALBERT D. MAYNARD, Ph.D. JOHN R. SECKMAN, M.S. . CRAWFORD M. SITES, B.I.E. ROY B. COOPER, B.I.E. . . WILLIS G. GORDON, B.S. . CI-IANNING E. JONES . . EDWARD E. MONTGOMER, III, MRS. ANNE CHASTAIN, B.C.S. MRS. JOAN RATTEREE . . 38 B.B.A. Part-time lmtratwf Part-time l1trtr1ttt0f Part-time Ittrtrattof Part-time lmtrattof Graduate AIIZWW Graduate Arftrtattl Statient Affffmnl Gracirfate Arrtrtattf I , Setretafil' ' , Setretdfy H,K.F A. H- Q W. WALTE M. 1131- D. - J. C. Ch W, B. J. R. G C, H. 11 J, A. N A. L S' J. H. W J, C. BR B. M. U A, E. FI R. H. K W. A. . G. K. C W. M. C. T. P HENRY W. R. S' C. R. S J. R. V. G. A. E R L. H1 T. E. SL LORETT. ye First Roy . . . Thir JRICE R, BREWSTER MENT A. . . . . .PW j' School 1 . . . Ml Pill: Proj: Afrociate PW. Arsociaie A yyociate A ,fyociute A gociate Ayjilldfll Anirfdflf A Jyiftunt A yjlffllfll Aniifflfll Ammwf Ph.Di 11 'le.1'vCl MBA. X. - ' Alfflfwll 5 em ' Pdfffl , Pnrmme rt-Nm ' pgmdlzaff pf, rf-lllI16' A ' ' 5111 W . HRA. GN" 1 1 i - , H. K. FULMER, M.A .......... P1'0fe5j01- Acting Director of School A. H. BA1LEY, Ph.D. . . C. W. HOOK, M.A .... WALTER REYNOLDS, M.S. M. B. SLEDD, Ph.D. . . D. M. SMITH, Ph.D. . . J. C. CURRIE, Ph.D. . W. B. EVANS, Ph.D. . J. R. GARRETT, Ph.D. . C. H. HOLTON, M.A. . J. A. NOHEL, Ph.D. . A. L. STARRETT, M.A. . J. H. WAHAB, Ph.D. . J. C. BROOKS, M. A. . . B. M. DRUCKER, Ph.D. . A. E. FULTON, M.A. . R. H. KASRIEL, Ph. D. . W. A. MARTIN, M.A. . G. K. OVERHOLTZER, Ph.D. . . W. M. PEREL, Ph.D. . C. T. PURv1s, M.S. . . HENRY SHARP, JR., Ph.D. W. R. SMYTHE, JR., Ph.D. C. R. SWENSON, M.A. . J. R. VAIL, M.A. . . G. A. YORK, M.A. . R L. HERRING, M.S. . . T. E. SUTTLES, JR., M.S. . LORETTA ALEXANDER . . . . . . . . Profefror Profefror fEme4'itmj . .... Profefror . . . . Proferror . Proferfof' fEme1'im5j Afrociaze Profesror Affociate Profefror Afrociaze Profeuor Arrociazfe Proferfor Affociate Proferror Afrociate Professor Arrociazle Profesror Auirlmt Proferfor Afrimznzf Pffofeyror Airman! Proferfor Afrirmnzf Profefror Arrifmnzf Proferror Affirmnzf Profefror Arfimmt Profefrof Affiftant Profeffor Arriyzfanz Profeyyor Arrimmt Pffofefror Arfimmt P4'ofeJJ01' Anirzfavzzf Profefsov' Afriftmzt Proferfor . . . Imtmczor . I1zm'zfcto1' . S ecfetmy The School of Mathematics embodies one of man's oldest sciences. It is a school which boasts of no great new achievements in its field yet whose offerings are by far the most important to a sound engineering background. Primarily a service department at Tech, the department Offers both B.S. and M.S. degrees in Applied Mathematics. Especially significant is the fact that the number of advanced courses out- numbers that of undergraduate courses in spite of the fact that every freshman and sophomore takes courses in the Math Department. With the completion of the Rich Electronic Computer Cen- ter, the mathematicians now find themselves very much in demand and the way has been paved for a deeper look into one of man's most ancient and fascinating sciences. school of MATHEMATICS Row: Reynolds Currie, Fulmer, Drucker, Hollon .... Second Row: Bailey, Marlin, Sledd, Garrett. Third Row. Qverholfzer Krasiel Herring Syn . . . Fourth Row: Nohel Pervls, Wahab, Acheson, . PM flJ.f0c'lz1f0 PIQZ1 ' ' ' i Sharp, ,', , Fifth 'Row: Perel, Ful+on, Brooks, Smyfhe, Vail, Evans. 'R H K FULMER HOMER S. WEBER Xf F- +R Goglia Ramirez Weber Allen Trotter .... Second Row: Holland. Hif1f0n. F05'fef. Thomas. Irs ow: . - ' ' - - Jackson .... Third Row: BarneH, Gortofh Plchai HGVYISOD. Hollman. school of MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Demands on industry on newer and better methods of heat and power generation and transmission and the atomic age have challenged the mechanical engineer as he has never been challenged before. The lirst degree-granting department at Tech, the School has long been most highly respected. Four years of study lead to a degree of Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering, with grad- uate work otiered for a degree of Master of Science in Mechan- ical Engineering. The basic aim of the course is not to cover the entire held of technical thought and achievement but to acquaint the stu- dent with basic fundamentals to better provide thought stimu- lation and creative achievement in this held. I. 'V HOMER S. WEBER, Ph.D ..... . Ptr0feff0" Director of School MARIO J. GOGLIA, Ph.D ..... ROBERT L. ALLEN, M.S. A. DINSMORE HOLLAND, M.S. . . THOMAS W. JACKSON, Ph.D. . . JOSEPH P. VIDOSIC, Ph.D. HORACE O. FOSTER, M.S. CHARLES W. GORTON, Ph.D. OTTIS M. HARRELSON, M.S. WILLIAM A. HINTON, M.S. JOS L. MORRIS, M.S .... KENNETH G. PICHA, M.S. . RICHARD A. TROTTER, M.S. HAYDEN ZIMMERMAN, M.S. FRANK A. THOMAS, JR., M.S. J. W. KECK, JR., B.M.E. . R. P. RAMIREZ, M.S S. C. BARNETT, B.I.E J. H. MURPHY, M.S. . GEORGE Z. BONNER . JOHN W. DAVIS JOSEPH G. DOYAL MARVIN C. INGRAM CLIFFORD R. BANNISTER . THOMAS D. SANGSTER . W. W. Scorr ..... MRS. ELSIE L. NORRIS . . . N MRS. MARY ELLEN CHAPMA 40 Regents' Professor . . . Professor Professor Research Professor Professor Associate Professor Associate Profeswf Associate Profeswf Associate Professor Associate Professw' Associate Professor Associate Professof Associate Profefwf Assistant Profeffof Part-time Imtracwf , , , lizstrattw' pdwfime Lecturer Part-time Lectafef . Shop Assistatlf , Shop Assistant . Shop Assistailf . Shop Assistailf Moliief iii FOZWM i . . I I Mechanic . Tool Room Ciistoditflff . I1zs11'ame1zt Castoafiail , . . Secraafl' J,H.H V, CRAf I. D- N E, E. BC Q, H. I W, P. E H. M. 1 E. T. PE T. L. W J, Q. W H. A. 4 M. L. N W. K. W, C. E J, R. ST O. B. W C. D. E E, L. BE E. T. P. V. SHIE R. E. A VERMA : Holland, Hinton, Fosleril GVFISOH. Hollman. EERING ,,f Nts.. . Plc D. J.. N NV Pm :gfAifl0f Regentf Pfl- . . , , P14 ,I lleyifafiblfll Pill Affofiaze Pfi- Afsocidlflfl' , Anociaff ll ' Ayocidff P A550!ldl? ll Anofidle ll Ajj0Cidie P Atrofifffel ' ,qffiifafffl i . im?t,fi77W ' puff-fxw ' bv? 5 . ' i 5h0l'f,,f ' 5110? HI ' . - Iuioldgf , t , lifi 1 . I, I . 01, . ' Ill T001 Rainy Cm: lm-zffffff , Sf? J. H. HowEY, Ph.D ..... Director of the School V. CRAWFORD, Ph. D. . . . . L. D. WYLY, Ph.D. . . E. E. BORTELL, M.S. . . C. H. BRADEN, Ph.D. . W. P. EWALT, M.A. . . H. M. HERREMAN, M.A. . E. T. PRossER, M.A .... T. L. WEATHERLY, Ph.D. . J. Q. WILLIAMS, Ph.D. . H. A. GERSCH, Ph.D. . M. L. MEEKs, Ph.D. . . W. K. PURsLEY, M.S. . W. C. SIMPSON, Ph.D. . J. R. STEVENSON, M.S. . O. B. WIKE, M.S .... C. D. BAILEY, A.B. . . E. L. BEESON, B.S. . . . . E. T. PATRONIS, JR., B.S. . V. SHIEL, B.S ..... R. E. ANDERSON . . VERMA REESE . . 4 . Afyociczze Arfociate Afrociczzte Afrociaze Affociaze Afrociczle Afxociczte Afrimmt Anifmmf Africmnt Arrifmnc Auiflamt Afrimmt P1'0fe.r.r or Profesrof' Profeffor Proferfor Profefror Profeuor Profeffor Profeffor Profeyior Proferfor Proferrov' Profeffor Professor Proferf 01' Profefyor Profeffor I fzmfzcczfor I mzfffzcctor I mlm ct 01' I mtrzcct 01' M ecbcmic Secretary school of Physics embraces all types of engineering in some varying degree and in every department are found traces of its far-reaching effects. In the past few decades, however, the physicists have emerged from their laboratories to work side by side with the engineer on more practical applications of this age-old science and in addition have thrust them- selves into the spotlight in recent years for their efforts in harnessing the atom. The completion of four years work leads to a degree of Bachelor of Science in Physics with work on the Master's and Doctorate level offered. The course at Tech is designed to enable the student to select either the practical aspects of physics or the traditional scientific phases of physics as his career. PHYSIC JOSEPH H. HOWEY Firs+ Row: Crawford, Gersch, Howey, Williams, Wiley, Weatherly .... Second Row: Borfell, Harrison, Stevenson, Wike, Prosser, Braden .... Third Row: Ewalf, Beeson, Bursley, Simpson, 'Pa+roniS, Bailey. 'IIN The South's oldest and largest industry, textiles, is sup- plied with creative talent and manufacturing genius by the textile engineer. His work is widely diversified, covering in its Scope the design, sales, chemical and technical aspects of the industry. At Tech the A. French School of Textile Engineering offers degrees of Bachelor of Textile Engineering and Bachelor of Science in Textiles. The former embodies the administrative phases of the industry while the latter is divided into the Manu- facturing Option and the Chemistry and Dyeing Option. M.S. degrees are available in both Textiles and Textile Engineering. Clonsidered the most outstanding textile department in the nation A. lfrench School constantly strives to produce the Hnest engineers to meet the ever increasing challenge of this, the Souths most valuable industry. HERMAN A. DICKERT, A.B., M.A., Sc.D. . , p,f0fe,,0, Director of School CHARLES A. JONES, B.S. . . JAMES L. TAYLOR, Ph.D. RALPH L. HILL, B.S., M.S. GERALD B. FLETCHER, B.S. J. W. MCCARTY, B.S., M.S. . WILLIAM POSTMAN, Ph.D. RALPH C. LATHEM, B.S., M.S. . SAM M. WILLIS, B.S., M.S. . MRS. W. V. SAGGUS, B.S. Pifoferror IEmertuiJI - ' - - Pfofesror . . . . Profertof Arrociale Profeym Arrociate Proferror Airman! Proferror Arrirzant Proferror - . . Imtrzzctor . Secretary school of TE TILE ENGINEERING Silfingz Flelcher, Diclteri, Jones, McCarly .... Standing: Hill, Posfman, Willis, L Lafhem Taylor CIP: 'Ti' ...A H ERMAN A. DICKERT I I i First Row: I Gray, Bliss, i I I . - y clivif I I I DRA WILLIY BRYAN FRANC ROY K PHIL B FRANK FRANC' JOSEPH YJAKOB JAMES JOHN I ISHMAH FRANK HARRY WILLIP DURWA JAMES EARL It IRA E, .IOSEP WILLI IOHN U. S EVERA FRFMO Ret WILLI THEOR U. S. .IOHN Arm ARTHU U. S. lERoY I . MA., XD I Y I ml I ., .I . L ,ll- A ' ' Pfoienor V6 .. flsfociaie flfioriate Attiitam 1'I.fJiJIayn .ING S.. ERMAN A' WILLIAM B. JOHNS ,A-W 1 Firsi' Row: Armsfrong, Clark, Savage, 'JoI'1ns, Heim, H'II, B ,,,, S cj R . - Gray, Bliss, Linfhicom, Middlefon .... Third Row:I Dulidaevnri Mandelekcecr Wei,t,:ii.er?+eNJI:lrJ2I,yLaIElJ,g2 Jacobs .... Fourfh IRow: Hodso-n, Sheridan, Bullock, Bragg, I ' division of ENGINEERING DRAWING and MECHANICS WILLIAM B. JOHNS, JR., M.S ....... Proferror Director of Diviiion BRYAN L. BROWN, M.S., In Charge of Drawing Proferror FRANCIS M. HILL, M.S ......... Proferror ROY K. JACOBS, Ph.D ......... Profmor PHIL B. NARMORE, Ph.D ..... Regentf' Proferror FRANK BOGLE, M.S. .... Arromzze Proferror fRez.Q FRANCIS C. BRAGG, M.S ..... Arrociaze Proferror JOSEPH C. DURDEN, M.S ..... Arrociate Profeffor -JAKOB MANDELKER, Dr. of Engrg. Sc. Arfociazfe Pvfoferror JAMES H. ARMSTRONG, M.S .... Arfirtmzt Professor JOHN C. CLARK, M.S ...... Arsiymnz P1'0fe.r.f01' ISHMAEL I.. ELLIS, B.S ...... Affirzfmzt Profeffoi' FRANK M. ROWAN, B.S. . . Afyiitmzz Profefror CRet.Q HARRY C. SAVAGE, M.A. . . . Arrirmn! Profefroi' WILLIAM G. BULLOCK, B.S. .... Imzmczoif DURWARD V. CASON, B.S. . Imzmczor JAMES R. GRAY, B.S. . . . Imzmczoaf EARL M. WHEBY, B.S ......... f7Z.I'Z7'ZL6l01' IRA E. WILKS, B.S .......... I7ZJIf7'Z6Cl07' JOSEPH W. ADAMS, Captain, U.S. Navy CRet.D Lecmrer WILLIAM C. BLISS, Colonel, A.U.S. CRet.J . . Lecmrer JOHN P. EDGERLY, Colonel, U. S. Army CRet.J ...... Leczfzrrer KRe1f.j EVERARD M. HEIM, Lt. Cdr., U. S. Navy CRet.j FREMONT B. HODSON, Brig. Gen., U. S. Army CRet. D .......... WILLIAM J. LARSON, Captain, U. S. Navy CRer.J THEORDORIC C. LINTHICUM, Captain, U. S. Navy CRet.D ...... JOHN W. MIDDLETON, Brig. Gen., U. S. Army fRet.J ........ ARTHUR J. SHERIDAN, Colonel, U. S. Army CRet.D .... LEROY P. STERLING, M.S. . 43 Lecm1'e1' Lectmef' Leclrfref' Lecmrcv' Lecmreff' Leczzfrei' Lectm'e1' Regardless of his field, no engineer has received proper training without adequate knowledge of certain basic sub- jects-Service courses as they are called. This division offers such courses in two fields-Engineering Drawing and Me- chanics-with the purpose of providing students of the Georgia Institute of Technology with sufficient knowledge of these subjects to perform the services required of an engineer. Engineering Drawing, fortified by descriptive geometry, is designed to give students a basic skill in making and under- standing drawings and putting their ideas into graphical repre- sentation. Mechanics concerns forces and their effects in pro- ducing and changing motion and in altering shapes of bodies. This is the foundation for the design and construction of Machinery, structures and equipment. it J r . Is'..e.t.'- in:-1315445 The English Department is one of the largest and old- est departments on the campus. lts twenty-six members have taught at Tech a total of more than two-hundred twenty- five years. The department teaches required courses to all freshmen and sophomores and eighty per cent of the juniors in addition to Offering elective courses for a large number of upper classmen. lt is especially interested in campus organizations and sup- plies faculty advisors to such organizations as the Debate Club, the ,l'C'L'l771IIfllC'. the Y.M.C.A. and ODK. But its chief aim is to see that every Tech student speaks well, writes clearly, thinks clearly and reads wisely. ANDREW J. WALKER, Ph.D .... . . Professor Heaci of Department LLOYD W. CHAPIN, M.A. . . HAL C. BROWN, A.B., M.A. . . EDWIN H. FOLK, A.B., M.A. . GLENN W. RAINEY, A.B., M.A. HENRY W. ADAMS, A.B., M.A. DAVID B. COMER, III, Ph.D. . EDWARD FOSTER, B.S., M.A. JAMES B. HAMAN, A.B., M.A. W. RICHARD METCALFE, A.B., M.A. TOM F. ALMON, B.S., M.A. . RALPH BERGAMO, A.B., M.A. MILTON CHAIKIN, Ph.D. . . A. FRANK HAMRICK, A.B., M.A. ALTON A. HOBGOOD, A.B., M.A. . SAMUEL C. KETCHIN, A.B., M.A. . WILLIAM B. MULLEN, Ph.D. . KARL M. MURPHY, Ph.D. . . RALPH R. SPILLMAN, A.B., M.A RICHARD WIEGAND, A.B., M.A. ROY E. AYCOCK, A.B., M.A. . ROBERT I.. BANKS, A.B., M.A. JOHN B. BENSON, A.B., M.A. . WM. J. DEMPSEY, A.B., M.A. . JNO. P. O,NEILL, B.S., M.A. . JNO. W. PLATT, JR., A.B., M.A. JAMES E. SISSON, B.S. in Ed., M.S ROBT. J. SMITH, A.B., M.A. . v - . Regents' . S . . . . Associate Associate Associate Associate Associate Assistant Assistant Assistant Assistant Assistant Assistant Assistant Assistant Assistant Assistant Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Instructor Instructor Instructor Instructor Instructor Instructor Instructor Instructor MRS. MARY NELL IVEY, A.B., M.A. . . Drama Director HELEN AUCLAIR ...... . . . Secretary department ol ENGLISH L ..- ANDREW J. WALKER First Row: Banks, Smith, Comer, Adams, Walker, Spillman, Bergamo, Follc .... Second Row: Hamriclt, Mullen. l'l0b900d. Haman. Almon, Chaikin, Sisson, Murphy, Rainey, Plaii, O'Neill, Metca lfe, Wiegand, Foster. Arm C ARTHUR It FRED LANG LYLE WEI NORRIS C, l- H. PIT-f IOHN T. I3 BYRON A- IOHN Q HERBERT TOMMY BETTYE If P-ir:n' 'Ill ' Pm' . g 5 . Regemf pmi ,f'.a,.sp V2 m - ' ' - Proj. IAA- . n ' ' - Pnl .X. . . 1-luodaze ' - Atropiafe X' - fitsociate H M X- ilirtoclate ' " - Isocxate X - - - Axmtany ' - - - Auittam ' - - fluittam I ' ' I - - - Aniftanz M..-X. . Anittam MA. . Artixtanl ' - - Aftittant Pm. - . - Auittant PIII... B I . A. . Atsiftant Pnl M A. . Afsiftant Pfofy .A. . , , . . . IMI.. . . . . Inn' IA. . . . . Inn .. MS. . . . Inn .....Inn' .M.A. . . Dramalli' pl Y. ...Ir Second ROVHHI' RaiL1gJI.PI8II,O'N9Iu ARTHUR M. COLEMAN yi Firsf Row: McAuIey, Fosfer, CoIeman, Lanoue, Welser .... Second Row: Hyder, Gilbert, Dean, Pi++ard, Plaxico. department OI PHYSICAL TRAINING ARTHUR M. COLEMAN ...... . Profeuor H emi of Department FRED LANOUE . . . . . . Profefror LYLE WELSER . . . . P4'0fe.f.r01' NORRIS C. DEAN . Affociazfe P1'0fe.f501' I. H. PITTARD . . . Arrociale Profeffor IOHN T. FOSTER . . . Arfimmz Profermr BYRON A. GILBREATH . Axfiftmzt Profeffor JOHN C. HYDER . . Aftifmnlf Profefyor HERBERT MCAULEY . AJIiIfd7Zl Profeuoi' TOMMY PLAXICO . . . Ammmz Profeffor BETTYE jo HICKMAN . . . . Secremry E e. Y '6 Strength of the mind and body are closely related. The Department of Physical Training presents a two year course designed to keep the student physically fit while at Tech and in addition give him some instruction and motivation in "carry-Over" sports that he may pursue after graduation. The freshman course of instruction is divided into swimming, gymnastics and track. The swimming course is nationally known as a usurvival' course. The gym develops skill and bodily coordination while the track course develops lungs, heart, etc. The sophomores take indoor, Outdoor and recreative sports. These are designed primarily as 'maintenance' courses. Walker, Campoamor, Wright, Lewald. El'Vln- The Department of Modern Languages seeks to first give the student sutiicient mastery of a foreign language to en- able him to read and understand with reasonable facility the scientific and technical literature of that language. Fur- ther it seeks to inform the student through the medium of the foreign language, of the civilization and literature of the countries where that language is spoken, and as a result produce a much broader understanding of the world and its problems. department of SOCIAL SCIENCES JAMES D. WRIGHT, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. . . Profetxor Head of Department ROBERT M. ERVIN, A.B., M.A., Dipl. du Prof. . Proferrgy IOSEPH A. CAMPOAMOR, A.B., M.A., LL.B. . . Pmfmo, GEORGE F. WALKER, B.S., A.B., M.A. . Arroriaze Pmfem, HERALD E. LEWALD, A.B., M.A ...... lmrruczof HUGH K. WILSON ..... . Secretary department of MQDERN LANGUAGES The Department of Social Sciences serves the college as an integral part of its program of general education. To be a fully educated citizen the engineer must have a broad back- ground of general training in fields not specifically technical. Among these are courses in government, history, sociology, current affairs, and applied economics. The election of these courses tends to broaden the view of the prospective engineer and to help him understand the far-reaching problems of our complex modern society. Fr'-'mi ROW? Gable. Sislr, Mantel .... Back Row: Hendricks, Walter, Tsoucleros, Scharf, Medalia. ,ifxx N. Slsx. Ph.D. ........ , I-loaf nf fJLffhl!'l211L'1If A Romfm' Sr H.-xmf. Ph.D. ..... Armcifzfe Profermr XXlI,l.l.-KM R. Ci.'XI4l.lf. Ph.D. . . f1,f,fj,fm,,, pfofejm, lbxxpwxnn A. Ll.-xsiox. JR.. MS. . . Arrirzanf Profefror L roam? lelisxnwsxs. Ph.D. . . . Armzmzz Profermf Must. -I. M.-xxrtfl., -IR., Ph.D. . . fl,i'.ff.fI:llIl Proferror X xl-ll'M Z. MUD.-XI.l.-X. Ph.D. . . fl,f,ri,rm111 Proferror loux IZ. Tsormsitos. Ph.D. . . flrrirmnr Prof0U,,,. NNIETH CT. XY.-XGNliR, Ph.D. . fir.-imnzr Pmfe,,,,,,. fl.YlN lit Kli. PILD .... . . . Lecfzzrer L KIXIES XY. XY.-Xl.'l'l?R. Ph.D. . , , I Lc,,.,m.w I Mas. 'Ion V CioxN.x1.1.Y . . , 5c,,.,.c,,,,,,. 1 Proferror f 9379 -HM hung, Students indeed all in industry and sanita partment i industrial sanitation industrial problems 1 JOSEPH E- It EDWARD H. LILLIAN G, A-. Ph.D, if?-Irrnzcm ., Dipl, d M MA., Iilltigof B., MA. , ' ' ent ol xNGUAG ices serves the college eneral education. Tol must have a broad not specifically tefltllfr iment, history, S0Cl0llE tics. The electi0I10l f the prospective Cllgll: reaching ptoblemsllll iclzs. Walter. T5'ude'o5'W Cannon, Wyckoff, Fetner, lngols. Students of engineering, chemistry, management, and indeed all who intend to assume positions of responsibility in industry, are vitally concerned with the problems of health and sanitation, both industrial and environmental. The De- partment of Public Health and Biology provides courses in industrial and environmental sanitation, water and food sanitation and the modern methods and techniques used by industrial and governmental agencies in the solution of the problems of public health. department of PSYCHCLQGY JOSEPH E.MooRE,Ph.D. . . . '. . . . Profersor Head of Departrrterrt EDWARD H. LOVELAND, Ph.D. . . . Arrtrtarrt Proferror M. CARR PAYNE, JR., Ph.D. . . Arrirtartt Profertor LILLIAN GULLEY .... .... S ecretary 47 Head of Department department of PUBLIC HEALTH and BIOLOGY The Department of Psychology was established at Tech as a service unit in 1945. The philosophy of the department has been to stress the importance of the human factor in all phases of engineering. An attempt has been made to make the students sensitiveito the whole man, his attitudes, his feel- ings, his fears and his desire for recognition and security. Through these courses the human element takes its rightful place among the factors which make up the fine engineer. Seated: Moore .... Standing: Payne, Loveland. ...Ve HUGH A. WYCKOFP, M.S ........ Proferror ROBRRT S. INGoLs, Ph.D ........ Professor ALBERT E. CANNON, M.S. . . Arrociate Proferror LESTER M. PETRIE, M .D. . . . Special Lecturer JOHN W. LEMON, M.S. . . . Special Lecturer -WX COL. H. C. MOORE ca- 4' The Air Force Reserve Ofhcers' Training Corps unit at Georgia Tech has a history longer than most of the ISS other such units in the nation. lt was one Of seven Air Corps units established in 192 l, but went out of existence in 1927, to reappear in 1950. Its purpose is to select and prepare students to serve as oflicers in the Regular and Reserve com- ponents of the United States Air Force. Air Force R.O.T.C. is the principal source of procuring future Air Force Oflicets. The generalized course of instruction commenced in 1955- 195-i is now in operation throughout the four Air Science courses. It has received minor modification to emphasize leacl- ership lcnowledge and air power concepts. ---.vb-61, -. ..1...Ki4A- 'S O ,iffy I X I - I I-,I D M I W'Il', Moore, Reynolds, Sloan, Stephenson .... Second Row: Pafen. Exile RSL Kfsiriflijsieaggr, ul:ri,eMal1c:i:1, Crocker .... Third Row: Elkin, Heimericlr, Davis, Milender, AIR FORCE ROTC HUGH C. MOORE, Colonel, USAF Profeffor BEN JAMIN C. WILLIS, Lt. Colonel, USAF PHILIP G. DEMURO, Major, USAF . . RAUL REYNOLDS, JR., Major, USAF . . KAY W. KROEPSCH, Captain, USAF . . ROY O. SLOAN, JR., Captain, USAF . . RALPH STEPHENSON, Captain, USAF . . ALFRED M. FIRTH, lst Lieutenant, USAF WALTER H. OTT, lst Lieutenant, USAF . LIONEL V. PATENAUDE, lst Lieutenant, USAF , , , , , BURREL C. YEAGER, of Air S crence Affimznt PAS Affluent PAS Arfrrrnnt PAS Aurtzfrzrrt PAS Afrifmrzt PAS Airman! PAS Afrirtnrz! PAS Affrftnnr PAS Ayfrftnnt PAS Master Sergeant ..... Arlminirtrrztine Afriftnrrt EDWIN F. CROCKER, Technical Sergeant . MURREL C. DAVIS, Technical Sergeant . . RAYMOND S. ELKIN, Technical Sergeant . LAWRENCE E. MCMAHON Technical Sergeant . ., ..... . LEONARD W. MILENDER, Technical Sergeant DEWEY E. R WILLIAM C. TOWNSEND, Technical Sergeant RICHARD P. HEIMERICH, Staff Sergeant . DOLORES CHARLENE GIBSON ..... Snpply NCO S enior Clerk S enror Clerk Senior Clefk S enlor Clerle S enior Clerk Snpply N C 0 S enlor Clerk , Secretary 'l W , ,W I A .1 I 1 1' r ILLIAM I W Arty-, E CHARLES f VITALY K' KEITH M-1 CECIL C- MILLARD I EUGENE 12 WARREN - CORWIN B PAUL E. C JAMES T- ROBERT IV HOMER H WILLIAM. NORMAN 3 NEWTON . WILLIAM HORACE 1 DAN BILI HARRY E- CECIL M- JOSEPH N JOHN M. HAROLD l HERMAN MILFORD RUSSELL WILLIAM WILLIAM THOMAS HERBERT M!Sgi WINNIE THELMA MILDRED g ...ia 5 "WZ 1 4. ,. , r 5 V f r A. r 'V Cf. Z .ff Q 'Ml r r C T 'SI 'Phensorn . , , ge d I. Elin, Heimericl,coliaviimll'i RCTC SAF Pfvfrfmf of Al' Ulonel. USAF USAF , USAF , USAF USAF ,,L'SAF . L-nam, USAF Int, USAF Adazirzistrtlrzft il Sefgeam i Senitfi Scrgwnf ' ' jtnitfl .il Scfswnf ' Seflfwi Sglllgl Irma. gait' l, , ., I i I. ..Il Sc Vrgigeant Sllpiill J' o ' I I Il Sffgefm smell SW.. ? QCr'uC,1nt ' I Still. WILLIAM F. CURREN, JR., Colonel, Arty., B.S .... Professor of Military Science and Tactics CHARLES A. HALL, Lt. Col., Ord. C., B.S VITALY KOVALEVSKY, Lt. Col., Inf., B.S. KEITH M. ROBERTS, Lt. Col., Arty., B.S. CECIL C. BALDMIN, Major, C.E., B.S. . MILLARD F. MCKINSEY, Major, Arty., B.S. EUGENE E. MONK, Major, Cml. C., B.S. WARREN S. ANDERSON, Capt., C.E., B.S. CORWIN BOAKE, JR., Capt., Inf., B.S. . PAUL E. CHAMBERLAIN, Capt., Arty., B.S. JAMES T. HAYNES, Capt., C.E., B.S. . . ROBERT M. HERRON, III, Capt., Sig C., B.S. HOMER H. JONES, Capt., Inf., A.B .... WILLIAM W. MILLIGAN, Capt., Ord. C., B.A. NORMAN E. SUDNICK, Capt., Cml. C ., B.S. . NEWTON B. MORGAN, lst Lt., Sig. C., B.S. . WILLIAM E. LOOMIS, CWO, USA . . . HORACE R. ABSHER, MfSgt. Ord. C. . . DAN BILLINGS, M!Sgt., Sig. C ..... HARRY E. BUTLER, JR., SFC., Ord. C. . . CECIL M. COLE, Sgt., RA Uriasgd .... JOSEPH M. CLARAHAN, MfSgt., RA Unasgd. JOHN M. ELDRIDGE, Sgt., RA Uriasgd. . . HAROLD P. EMBREY, M!Sgt., Cml. C. . . HERMAN L. MCAULAY, Sp2, RA Unasgd. . MILFORD R. FRANKS, M!Sgt., Sig. C. . . RUSSELL A. PELL, M!Sgt., C.E ..... WILLIAM J. RENTZ, M!Sgt., Arty. . . WILLIAM G. Ross, SFC, RA Unasgd. . . THOMAS L. WRIGHT, SFC, RA Unasgd. . . HERBERT L. ELLIS, Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor . . . Adjutant Assistant Instructor Assistant Instructor Assistant Instructor Assistant Instructor Assistant Instructor Assistant Instructor Assistant Instructor Assistant Instructor Assistant Instructor Assistant Instructor Assistant Instructor Assistant Instructor Assistant Instructor MfSgt., USA, Ret. . . Assistant Military Property Custodian WINNIE C. BLACKSTOCK .......... Secretary THELMA H. KITCHENS .,........ Secretary MILDRED W. NORTON . COL. W. F. CURREN . Secretary ARMY The Federal Government maintains, at Georgia Tech, a Senior Division of the Army Reserve Officers' Training Corps. General objectives of the course of instruction are to produce junior officers possessing qualities and attributes essential to their progressive and continued development in the Ofiicers' Reserve Corps of the Army of the United States and in the Regular Army. The complete course of instruction of the Senior Division R.O.T.C. program comprises four years, with approximately 130 hours of instruction in each of the two years of the basic course and 160 hours of instruction in each year of the ad- vanced course with the addition of a summer camp. ROTC Firsf Row: Herron, Kovalevsky, Hall, Curren, Roberts, Baldwin, Monk .... Second Row: Anderson, Millican, Sudnick, McKinsey, Haynes, Jones .... Third Row: Loomis, Chamberlain, Morgan, Boake. . . . Fourth Row: Elclrid e Clarahan Butler, McAule , Cole .... Fifth Row: Embr , Reniz, Coo er, 9 . 1 Y Y P Wright, Absher, Billings. W9 ' The Naval Reserve Officers' Training Corps Unit at Georgia Tech is one of the fifty-two units at colleges and universities throughout the United States. Its purpose is to provide both regular and reserve officers for the U. S. Navy and Marine Corps. Courses are offered leading to a commis- sion as Ensign, Line or Supply Corps in the Navy and Naval Reserve. A portion of the students attend Tech under the Navy scholarship program in which most of their expenses are paid by the Navy. The number who may enroll is lim- ited by a quota established by the Bureau of Naval Person- nel each year. L. R. LAMPMAN, Captain, U. S. Navy ...... Profefior of Naval Science C071Z71ld72l!j7Zg Ojfcer FRANK j. HILL, Commander, U. S. Navy ........ Executive Officer WILLIAM T. MILLER, Major, U. S. Marine Corps ...... WAYNE L. ROBERTS, LCDR, U.S.N.R. JAMES D. HEREFORD, JR., Lt. fSupply Corpsj U.S.N ..... DONALD H. CAMPBELL, Lt. U.S.N. . JOHN H. KOACH, Lt., U.S.N .... CHARLES R. MERRITT, LTJG, U.S.N.R. GEORGE A. BORK, FTC, U.S.N. . . PAUL A. GARDNER, QMC, U.S.N. . RAYMOND S. GENT, SKC, U.S.N. . VANDER T. HAMILTON, MfSgt., U. S. Marine Corps . . . VERNON HAND, GMC, U.S.N. JOI-IN -I. PICA, YN1, U.S.N. . MRs. MARGARET L. CRONE . Miss BONNIE R. SCROGGS . NAVY ROTC Arrociaze Profefror Affirtant Profeyrgf Airman! Proferror Affirtant Profeyygy Arriftant Profeifor Affiftmzt Proferror Arriflmzt Profefror . . . Imtrzzclor . I12.rt1'11ctor . Imtmclor . I mtrfzctor . I mtmctor . I mtmctor . Secretary . Se crelary Furs? Row. Hill, Lampman, lvliller .... Second Row: Gardner, Pica, Hand .... Th' d R g R b Campbell, Merrill, Hereford .... Fourfh Row: Hamilton, Gent, Koach, E-Drk Ow o erls. QQ .,J' , X CAPT. L. R. LAMPMAN M .- LII V. . X p, . D. K H. pf -P p, . Pr -- Pr A p. . luv Ii, It if I 1: 5' iw. W, ian 3 . f ' AQ f f Y Y .A Vw Ac 5 wiv sw f - f + f 1 f I www q.,, uyf f WL ' ZA . 1. X, ,gf ' A Xxvx ,jg ag N f 3 ,arifi 5 'K' . L4 Liga ,iQ 'wmv jfi' "mfr, ' 2 ","3 .H 'A x f X . ff ftx fi A' . fx ' 4 0 ,b ,ff-'Q i " J Xi ...ll -""" The athletic program at Georgia Tech includes in. tercollegiate competition in football, basketball, track, baseball, cross country, swimming, gym, tennis and golf, Under the capable leadership of Athletic Director Bobby Dodd, the Tech coaching staff is continuously trying to P 't produce winning reams and in doing so their aim is also P ' H' '- to develop fine athletes and men of high character. The , 7,57-,rf I Jgpg x ' reams vary in proficiency with some being close to na- , , , tional champions and others not faring so well. But one , 1,1 , '31 i 'f' thing can be said, the teams have always represented , .4 '51 .' I ' V the school well and have given Georgia Tech a good ' 9- '- at-A l name around the country because of their conduct and sportsmanship. This is a tribute not only to the individ- ual players but to their coaches as well. The athletic facilities will be greatly expanded during , 'c', the summer of '56 when Alexander Memorial Building ' is completed. Boasting a much larger seating capacity than the existing gym, the new building will allow V Tech to expand its basketball program as well as give new offices for the coaching staff. ,ff-f' N ..--" ' 4 ' 5' ' "' N 1 , I -5 . .. . ' fffvk . Coaching Staff Develops Fine Athletes TONTO COLEMAN Assis+an+ A'rl'1le+ic Director PubqlEE VSEST lciy lrec+or HOWARD ECTOR Business Manager 37 JOHE Freshman NORl Trac .42 . f, fwffi Hx, , . :if ' nh lntlu nl I I. Imslqefball FPIQIT - ' d , gym, tennis am tliletit Dir qontinuougly try mg so their aim ol high charm mme being close ,Airing so well. Bm. Cetot 1 e iff JOHN BELL ve always represeni Georgia Tech a go!! e ol their conduqz mot only to the indji-I 5 well. I rently expanded let Memorial lirger seating x building will oi rim as well as Xlhlel Freshman Team Coach NORRIS DEAN Track Coach TOR D EC AR Managef Vi BOB MILLER Line Coach EARL BORTELL Tennis Coach RAY GIRAVES Head Line Coach i BOB BOSSONS B-Team Coach N My FRANK BROYLES V Alll Head Backfield Coach I I TOM PLAXICO Golf Coach JACK GRIFFIN End Colach FRED LANOU E Swimming Coach , -'Jw A Iflax WHITEY URBAN Line Coach LEWIS WOO DRU FF Backield Coach 53 If -5-I f 1 ,-S First Row: R. B. Wilby, L. W. Robert, Jr., Dr. Paul Weber, Lloyd W. Chapin, Coach Bobby Dodd .... Second Row: Howard Ector, Jack Glenn, A. M. Cole- man, R. H. Thorpe, H. A. Wycoft, W. L. Carmichael, John O. Chiles, Dr. W. C. Whitley, George Harris, Jimmy Morris .... NOT PICTURED: James R. Anthony, Russ McDonough. Athletic Association To the Georgia Tech Athletic Association go the plau- clits for putting Tech in the national athletic spotlight. In recent years thc- Association, uncler the chairmanship of the lntc- Cfol. Blake Vain Leer, has paved the way for progress DR. PAUL WEBER .3 4 Supervises Athletics by Tech in all sports. It is the policy of the Association to work with Athletic Director Robert L. Dodd to produce not only winning teams but moreover, teams which display the highest in sportsmanship qualities. fgs COACH BOBBY DODD . -.- l '. I J! V., W 6 .i 'l ,E 1 , A A 1 i l l 5 K , I i 2 I I I - . o f l . E . -- lliiig- . kia., L ,Lg :K . ""l.r:T:1', I ,-QW. - 'rg Y. 42 -.es . Q- , - Ir-I On April day that tl contract he Building, 1 Alex. The nev concourse. ' and will sez ri practice 5 third Hoot lifting trily W. A. Ale A beaut The A. M. Cole- lED: James R. etics ssociation to produce not 1 display the On April 23, 1955, a dream came true. It was on this day that the late President Van Leer announced that the contract had been signed for the new Alexander Memorial Building, thus materializing the dream of the late Coach Alex. The new center is actually two buildings connected by a concourse. The large dome-shaped affair will be the main gym and will seat 7,000. The rectangular-shaped building will house a practice gym, physical training facilities and lockers. On the third Hoot will be the studios of Tech's radio station, WGST. A beautiful edifice, the Memorial will stand as a long and fitting tribute to one of Tech's greatest contributors, Coach W. A. Alexander. Alexander Memorial Construction on +he dome began +he spring quaner ot i955 Jackets Winter Home The huge building stands as a memorial to the late W. A. Alexander, coach ot the Jacket tootball team tor many years. ffffff X EX 1 1 . M 3 iwmsf' 1 ' 4 A' X ,, pf 5 J ,, H C3 ' Y X ww? ji .fw ' ' . ff K H ,-1 a fy Q K ?! I if 5' 2 ' U W f, f f-, - VX 1 " EA C . , ws, Q A U" 'Yi V I f - Qt I , 'I' - . x .DW , . 'O I L V ' G g vt . , 4 ,-V . .Q . ' ' I - 0 vt 1 ' 'Q V4 I 0 f N ,, ' 1' - . . 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He is one of the most versatile backs to perform at the flats in quite a while. ln the rushing department this year, George gained 585 yards in Sl carries, more yardage than any other two jacket backs combined, and established a new school record, averaging 7.2 yards per carry. He also found time to pass, punt and receive offensively, as well as being one of the finest defensive halfbacks in the conference. The United Press honored George by placing him on the second-string All-SEC eleven, and his teammates have elected him Co-Captain for the coming i956 season. GEORGE VOLKERT l ti 1 i 6+ X v Q F .. Qi. . gr. il u- 'Q 5" 1, . .7. ., ".,".,7'J ,, . I,-'5!:wiQL,A.'5,p,,, :gf MA.. ,A Q" if. xl" It! x 1 bn ,W--.1 'I , "Af A 'NY .VS " 5' .""5'- W s V 1 at 'Q N5 P"' ' 'F 1 ffl' . A ' S - . "ff-7 I' 14.0, -is ' V i- L - 15332 '1.5Q.' ' avg. . -.I 'S Q .e ' xg,-'J'S,,s'0f1',x-r1fff,.,Q.44g', gK.g.i,cI" '1fxl1"4ds . if p .1 Ai, ix. 'gg f -1 V ' Q,.,. .- ,n.f . ps . itfk'-014-q.A . -44'-1' ,g , '7.f,v'2',-' V . "aT'1'.'if'6N'z"5!f5.4. J 1 ' 'I ' i A - . Q. gr myiag- U 4 .- . 5. W ,-fe' 54 .1 t N FRANKLIN BROOKS Franklin Delano Brooks, in four years has compiled one of the most outstanding records of any lineman to perform in the White and Gold. Frank participated in fhree Sugar Bowls and one Cotton Bowl, played first- ffffmg guard for three years, led the jacket defenders in tackles in his junior and Senior years, and was se- lected on the All-SEC team two years in a row. For his all-around aggressive play, he was awarded the Most Valuable Lineman Award by the Fox Theatre. 25116 Atlanta Touchdown Club selected him as the Futsfanding Lineman in the Southeastern Conference. or Us Sffaf defensive Play in the 1956 Sugar Bowl, he was awarded the Wfarren V. Miller Trophy as the Q60-H16 S Most Outstanding Lineman in the Southeastern onference. Wfhile at Grand Field, he broke the Geor- ?g15gf6Cl1 blocking record held by Hal Miller since Capfainin tin flimmy. badger. He A four Yeafm Bowl. He h Outstanding State, AHS' reaCl1Cd his Tech, due l game of his All-SEC ter ment maio being elect membered leadership. of ViCl4Sbu blue eyed, M0l'ris lille SCI-:SJ ,Qi xt fi gs 3. 'Baia compiled neman I0 ripated ifl iyed first- defend6fS j was se- row. F0f rded the Theatre- q as the nferef1CC- af Bowl, .ly as the fheaStCf1'1 he Geof' er Since 1955 Captain - Jimmy Morris Captaining the 19 5 5 Georgia Tech eleven is james Mar- tin Cjimmy, limb Morris a 6' 2" 200 pound center and line- backer. He has been one of the jackets stellar performers for four years, participating in three Sugar Bowls and one Cotton Bowl. He hails from Vicksburg, Mississippi where he had an outstanding prep career, being named to All-Conference, All- State, All-Southern, and All-American teams. He never quite reached his full potential, or gained equal honors while at Tech, due to a severe knee injury received in the Alabama game of his Junior year, but was named to the second string All-SEC team by the United Press. An Industrial Manage- ment major, he was further honored by his team mates by being elected president of the T-Club. jim will be long re- membered at the flats for his team play and inspirational leadership. Jim is married to the former Miss Ann Deweese of Vicksburg, and their pride and joy is their blond haired, blue eyed, three-year old daughter, Marti. W,,,s Q- 1 ,,,, f ' " ' EV? " w " X if X f Q xt If i Morris met by wite, Ann and sponsor-daughter Marti. It was the tirst time in the school's history that a football captain was sponsored by his daughter. ,f,,, f L' as 1 1 2 ii R f,, af 'a x le 4 ' x 41, , nt, ' 24 i f 7 www, . , " M W F L av fy, , 4 , uhm A 1 fi? NQ H. ,, 5 I I .hp Y if . ,,.i,. e. s-4ax.7s-+f.sx,g3. .-1 .+ s---.-.As . . - ' ' ' I1 bobble againsf Miami for 'Ihe Ad d b Fulchers block, Rofenberry sprinfs 60 yards goalward wifh firsl' quarI'er fair cafc Yelliw lgclcefs' opening score of fhe season. Georgia Tech's alerf play was rewarded as illegal 'lacltle penally was refused. 7th In Nation Jackets End 8-1-1 Year THE YELLOW JACKETS SWARM AGAIN The Georgia Tech Yellow jackets of 1955-the team that was to jell in 1956-buzzed into its early opponents in a manner that brought a gleam of an- ticipation to the eyes of the coaching staff. Their hopes were soon to become realities, as the "babes" became men some twelve months ahead of schedule. TECH RANKED SECOND IN NATION AFTER MIAMI WIN ln the lirst full color football television on a na- tional network, the Yellow jackets met the roaring Hurricanes of Miami University. Tech picked up seven points midway in the first period on a disputed fair- catch signal. Paul Rotenberry was the alert man who picked up the bouncing pigskin and set sail for the goal line. After that, Miami pushed up and down the lield at willl but never succeeded in crossing the goal until the third quarter. XVhen they missed the extra- point. Tech held a 7-6 lead. Late in the last period, .limmy Morris plucked a desperation Miami pass out PAUL ROTENBERRY JIMMY MORRIS of the ozone and scampered back 25 yards for a touch- down as Tech took Miami 14-6. Next the jackets braved the power-laden Gators of the University of Florida. After 13 minutes of the first quarter the Gators held a 7-O lead. Tech finally tied the score near the end of the half with Owen, Volkert, and Flowers doing most of the running. jimmy Thompson almost broke the game up as he took the second half kickoff and flew 70 yards before being caught on the Florida 17. Tech was stopped on the two this time. The Gators continued to hold the jackets at bay until the fourth quarter when Vann sneaked over from the one to give Tech a 14-7 Victory. The next week the Yellow Jackets brought more joy to the Tech followers as they blasted SMU 20-7. The line play was probably the brightest spot in the entire game. Tech took the opening kickoff and moved straight to a touchdown with Vann sneaking over from the one. Early in the second period Tech picked up another score after an SMU punt went out of bounds on the SMU 30 yard line. In the third period, Tech moved 94 yards for its third score. SMU racked up its lone talley late in the fourth period. Hdmmck Cenf FRANKLIN BROOKS WADE MITCHELL ef' 4 sql' , H N L T , is ' ... 'ya A P if J " 7 .- ., Q, as r - V v., 4 ', Es x-,ys.,i-, I ,H 4 .s,.-r -V ' K. .. . - M V V Q 1 la . Guard Quarferbaclt STAN FLOW Halfbacli -1 E s s 2 6 In Y I I y . n r 1 l s Sh I E I lacltel Soplqom i Vann for a gair 'li for -the s refused. EI' a touch- Farors of s of the h finally h Owen, running. Lp as he ls before upped on hold the rn Vann ' victory. ht more U 20-7. rr in the i moved fer from cked up ' boundS rd, TCCl'1 rd up its STAN FLOWERS ALLEN ECKER Halfbaclc Guard 'N v.h,"-A ruin h DON STEPHENSON KEN THRASH Cenler Tackle Ro+enberry 'lakes M:+chells hand off and blas'l's off guard as Ecker opens up a iough Hurricane line. Q Wwe W Jaclcel' sophomore halfbaclc Sian Flowers lakes an aerial from Toppy Vann for a gain of I5 yarcls wll'h Florida s Sieve DelaTorre in pursuil' 5 MITCHELL arferbacli W 9' .5 Don Ellis and Frank Broolcs combine +o bring clown Miami baclc Paul Hefii cleep in frhe shadow of his own goalposls. I i NC 24' J lf 3 . ,, ,. ,gf K.. . rover VANN FRANK CHRISTY Tackle Quarlcrback Coach Bob Miller and the Engineer sfarfing eleven huddle, as 'lhey do before every game in which they play, in a pre-game prayer. CARL VEREEN TED SMITH Tackle End Tech then moved to Baton Rouge to meet the LSU Tigers. After being turned back four times in the first half, the Jackets finally worked up a scoring drive, jimmy Thompson took a punt on his Z0 yard line and slammed 80 yards for a score, but the officials ruled he had stepped out of bounds at the Tech -40. From there, Tech moved to a touchdown in three plays, climaxed by a 45 yard scoring pass from Vann to Volkert. The remainder of the game was mostly de- fense on the part of both teams. AUBURN BREAKS FIFTEEN YEAR FAST Going into their Hfteenth year without a victory over Tech, the "XY7ar Eaglesn of Auburn brought a team to Grant Field that just would not be stopped. Auburn took the lead late in the first quarter. Tech hacked out a score late in the second period but failed to hit the extra point. Volkert electrified all in the opening moments of the second half when he took a handoff from Mitchell and scampered 59 yards for il F h T ained I I2 yards rush- Yan srreaks I6 yards fhrough the S. M. U. defense for Tech's second score of fhe game. or+ e season oppy g mg, comple+ed 2l of 36 passes for 270 yards and 3 'rouchdowns and led 'rhe individuals in scoring for The season wifh 37 pOiHl5' Ken Owen, ggel breaks upflf as l 4 I gan Flower: In lhe game DON lv Gut QAIFQV . ,s. ,, WY ED SMITH fl 1 meer the LSU mes in the first scoring drive. 0 yard line and 1 officials ruled ech 40. From in three plays, from Vann ro was mostly de- AR FAST 'hour a victory urn brought a lor be stopped. ' quarter. Tech eriod but failed fied all in the 'hen he took 21 59 yards for a l I I2 yards rush- wil'h 37 poinls. Guard Franklin Brooks s'I'ops Auburn's .loe Childress wil'h a driving 'Iackle Frank was responsible for 89 individual 'Iackles during fhis pas'r season Ken Owen, holding a 4.3 yards per carry aver- age, breaks upfield a'fl'er eluding a Muslang. GEORGE VOLKERT Halfback JIMMY JOHNSON Cenfer, Fullback ., .. lr xx f Slan Flowers races 29 yards wilh an Auburn kickoff. Sl'an's repealed gains in I'he game proiecled him as an up and coming s+ar on Tech's grid horizon. DON MILLER JIMMY NOE KEN OWEN Guard Hal-fback FLIilb6Ck 1 I3 .ff r l 1 ! A f.. . , ,. ew f -H r f' ...::- nr. em- V.. A ,Wf ,.4,,gL-,,- .1-Q1,,yve.v ,,, 1.3,-9 zafuh'-G' -1. g fggntf , 4 , A , M. is . ' " - ' 4 'WA - . V , a e----.few -off: ,.,.'?!:3' ,rf-fra: N f y gr, .Surf afefvr-A,,f,,,,.,.rY,E,,A ir., we :H-new-'rf . r M-1' "yn-F. l ,Mr -fl BOBBY MCCAULEY BURTON GRANT STAN COCHRAN Hawback Quarlerbaclr Halfback . .,', 4 ,- 1 .ev .4 4 'F f - at - -'fr' T X . w' A, ' QQ' r , ,n0i,,'o Y' L' ' fl A. ,Q ,rg V ' . .Q-I ,lfj 1' 1.27. 1'-f Mp' ""'h.J ' ' .Q ,ri ' ' 5' Ii . , - A ,xr i . 1"LA'!'52'.'7'g Q -f' 7 A.ie.,'H-..-r 'Tiff ' U1 ' - f " f , , 1 ' - 1 1 , ', '1 f' ' - 4 rch". .' ' 3 ',I.f,'?: I :A "'.' Q ff' .1-I-I ' l Q1'."5o, if ' 1 ,3Iy.553HS, U Mil.: .L 95,1 ' a PA :1l5rTr""' S ' 93-' ' :.f'x1.'t+'f' 1a..fm-. - -er I-fa. ' ' , , , -. I + 1: -1 i l Q ' I S-plhf' I u 'L I' 3,31 rj of of i ,f , . 'i,.,.,Q..t .-amaze i '. 'rl 1 T' i . Qff T . - ' donor ' 'r cl 'rh 'r . Th se b s will soon be Tech slars as 'the Engineers I Jacket reserves alienhvely so y e ac ron e .0.Y H' bs as much experience as IS posslble concenlrale on a wide margin of vrciory buf on giving e Su PAUL VICKERS L End JIM SUMMER Cenier BUCK WILEY Center TOMMY GOSSAGE Tackle A Florida S+a'fe lineman brings clown halfbaclc George Volker-1' i after a shor+ gain. The Jackeirg sophomore end, Tommy Rose lays oui' his F. S. U. coun'ferpar+l OHNNY l J Halfbi touchdown. Auburn SOl trouble aga On the a chance tc downs on 1 take over. T Burt Grant Paul Vicks teamers. JACKETS With ar Tech Yell Devils off Day victor ter and pt The Tech three frtst a doubt tl for the jg The fo kets of T. early in A perately 2 closing H Tech squr DlCK Fu BURTON GRANT QU-irierb k s fhe Engineers :lol erience as is P0S5'l JOHNNY MENGER 6 Ifb k C Ha ac Volkeri' dashes 'foward 'I'he Duke Goal for Tech's second T. D. The field general, Wade Mifchell, heads downfield 'ro 'I'hrow fhe key block 'lo shake George loose. touchdown. Again the extra point attempt was missed. Auburn soon took the lead again and was never in trouble again that day. On the following weekend the first two teams got a chance to rest, as they racked up three quick touch- downs on undermanned FSU and then let the reserves take over. The subs punched out two more scores with Burt Grant, Stan Cochran, Ted Smith, Bob McCauley, Paul Vickers, and a host of linesmen playing like first teamers. JACKETS RAP DUKE IN HOMECOMING GAME With an overwhelming show of power, the Georgia Tech Yellow jackets literally blasted the Duke Blue Devils off the playing field in a 27-O Homecoming Day victory. The Jackets scored twice in the first quar- ter and poked across two more tallies in the fourth. The Tech defense held the potent Blue Devils to only three first downs in the entire game. This was without a doubt the greatest team effort of the season thus far for the Jackets. The following week Tech ran into the loaded mus- kets of Tennessee Volunteers. Tennessee took the lead early in the opening quarter and then held on des- perately as Tech drove again and again. Finally in the closing minutes of the game, the Vols weakened and Tech squeezed out the tying score on a fine pass recep- DICK GOOKIN BILL FULCHER Avenging lasl' year's sefback, Tech's Dickie MaHison bulls over from fhe Blue Devil 'I'wo fo s'I'ar+ 'rhe af+ernoon's rouf. ORMAND ANDERSON BIALL LINGINFELTER Tackle Quarferback Fullback Guard 3 A X f F g I E V294 1' 'J--.f .1-v?Wdk,. DlCKlE MATTlSON Fullbaclt En Don Ellis' last period catch of Wade Mi+chell's 'loss ' ' T see. enabled Tech 'ro he a fired up 'team from GMES 'ml-1 i i The Engineers roared into Alabama the next week- end and they had blood in their eyes. Tech racked up 7 14 oints in 19 seconds in the first quarter on a run I P by Mattison and a pass interception by Thompson. Early in the second period, Rose blockeda punt which s recovered on the ,Bama 13. Two plays later, Ro- wa tenberry went in for the third score. Tech's final score came in the closing seconds of the game when Vann tion by Don Ellis. 4 i l , faded back to pass-supposedly-and faded all the way our of the end zone. A TECH SWAMPS GEORGIA FOR SUGAR l i BOWL BID 1 In the Golden Anniversary game of Georgia- l Georgia Tech football, the Yellow Jackets of Tech l downed the Bulldogs of Georgia 21-5 for their seventh ' straight victory over the men from Athens. Immedi- ' 'd ' ately after the game, they received and accepted a bi to the Sugar Bowl for their fifth straight major bowl game. Georgia jumped off to a quick but short lead l on a field goal early in the first quarter. Tech came l back with a touchdown late in the same period when "'s' Danny Bagwell made a brilliant, diving catch of 21 Matiison tialces B. lyli+chell's handoff and plows 5 yards for first Toppy Valli! paSS. In the SCC01'1Cl frame, Mitchell T- D- 59a'n5l' Alabama S Crimson Tide at Birmingham's Legion Field. sneaked over from the one for the second Tech score. l JERRY NABOR5 JIMMT-in-LOMPSON CHARLIE HUFF W. A. eLAzntR acl' End Guard , , 1, -. .3 if DON ELLIS DANNY BAG d E d I1 ,,, sa , 7.-xi .gf A 1, .- 'i .- , ',f'3'i-'VL' '.w..'s-. Y I A "T ix 11" gviriag. 1, if, I -,z?,. i . v T : 21: -- V. 552 ,,b'.7f'-' 11,4 3 W- 1 if., . , Li. x , 3. Bfibbv Dad Splrll' of .FI ffopefiliol 'm Pfomii speC'l' campus. 1. Off Georg DUN ELLIS End E a the next week. Tech racked up quarter on a run . by Thompson. cd a punt which plays later, Ro- fech's final score tme when Vann :l faded all the JR SUGAR ie of Georgia- lackets of Tech For their seventh lthens. Immedi- l accepted a bid ght major b0Wl but short lead 'ter. Tech came ne period when 'ing catch of fl frame, Mitchell and Tech Sfofe' W. A. GLAZIER Guard 553 DANNY BAGWELL nd I 'aw TOMMY ROSE End Anoiher Bulldog biles l'he dusl' in 'lhe wake of Frank Brooks' 3 year 'tenure as 'lhe hard-charging s'rar'ring guard. Racing down 'lhe sidelines wilh a Georgia pun'r Volkerl receives ex- cellenl downfield blocking as Rose 'lakes oul' Young and Ecker is aboul' lo lay an impor'ran'r block on Crr. Bobby Dodd, whose warm spiril' of friendliness and cooperalion has gained him prominence and re- specl' bolh on and off campus, leads his boys off Georgia Tech's field. 3 star I M4 .., . K., ef-""' hdown earl in the first period following disputed interference call. oumefbacl wade Mansell sneaks over for Techs only touc y Tech Stuns Pitt for Fifth Bowl Victory The Yellow Jackets continued their New Years'- Television lnvincibility, by defeating a never-say-die Pitts- burgh Panther eleven 7-0 before 80,175 electrified fans in theil956 Sugar Bowl. It was the jackets' seventh Bowl Don Ellis goes high in the air in attempt to snag pass. Officials called interference on the play giving Tech ball on the Pitt one. V victory under Bobby Dodd and their fifth straight. The gambling Panthers furnished the strongest opposition since Baylor stubbornly gave in at the 1952 Orange Bowl. Captain jimmy Morris won the toss and elected to receive the pigskin first. The jackets were unable to move the ball against a strong Pitt forward wall and punted out. The Panther pounded its way to the Pitt 31 by mid- way in the quarter. With the ball resting on the 31, quarterback Pete Neff fumbled, and alert Allen Ecker pounced upon it. , On the first play Wade Mitchell, faking beautifully to Mattison, and then to Paul Rotenberry, dropped back and shot an aerial to Don Ellis in the end zone. Ellis was unable to grasp the oval but interference was ruled and Tech was awarded the ball on the Pitt one. Two plays later Mitchell crashed over for the score, and then kicked squarely through the uprights to send Tech ahead 7-0. The Panther got rolling again after the kickoff, and moved to the Tech 44, where they were stopped when Bill Fulcher recovered a Lou Cimarolli fumble. Ken OWCI1 then punted, and the ball stopped on the Pitt one. The Panthers returned the ball to Tech on a punt, but johnny Menger put them right back in a hole by punting out on the Pitt five. Late in the second quarter, the Panthers began Whaf was to be their deepest penetration into jacket territ0fY' The drive began on the Pitt 21 and carried 79 Yafdfto inside the Jacket one. The forward wall refused to give up those last few inches and the Jackets took over as the half ended. Receiving the kickoff after halftime festivities, the Panthers moved to the Tech 17. Corny Salvaterra WHS thrown for a loss atempting to pass back to the 22-I on the next play, he got the toss off, but into the waiting Tec Yell Tecl1's vali. .!" wel - il ,. .., K., xy ,, . 22,1-fril W-Y ' IP 1' f i "'s .r 'v, "W 5 ,N -et. - g.5xgS+i.hlg k 'N K . at :Ly k3j,.,:V,1.' i .ie r S3124-' qs- r if . Q - is 3 -we . raw ' -Ei ' N 'wk Ng' - .gzev-EQ, Ad 5 - . ,,:.-l k,.,,.i. . ' 4'wws .- he aa . Raitt ' . ffl: Jig' l . F L f .- -'eggs ' X i NVQ " i Aslsq a - . 2 lk fa 1 '13 ti' . .puff T Tldffti V A ' ..+ ference call. clory 11 straight. The gest opposition Z Orange Bowl. and elected to unable to move all and punted Pitt 31 by mid- ng on the 31, tt Allen Ecker 5 Tech's longesr gain of 'the day comes lo an end as 'two Piflsburg secondary men 'rrap halfback Sian Flowers. The YellowJacke1's' sophomore sensalion has iusl' bulled his way +o pick up I4 yards on a wide end run afler raking 'rhe handoff. Tech's valianl line slops Pi'H'sburg on l'he one-yard slripe in a brilliant stand 'ro end 'the Pan1'her's deepesl penelralion of the game. ihw, ..., . ..... . .. . ,..l 6 way ha f,0,w,.,,., . -W . . .f - aM,,vy W g beautifully t0 guw. upped back and zone. Ellis WHS was ruled and ine. TWO plays nd then kicked .1 ahead 7-0- ie l4iCkOfIr, and stopped when ble. Ken Owen Pitt one. 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V, , gg, ,f,5gjz.3aslvg,?f,,,,w2, .Q ,Auf ,g .t,w,,'N get ,VN :Min 5i,fa.iaQ1iy'4'Wmp,3 A Ik I- I , 4 x,,,,, y , M6 ,,,,,,,4,,,x,5n,,,,.,, 1 f Q,,vi,,5..-- ,f ,A f, -fy, ,,'1.,,,.s43NQ,L sea, 4 - -' uw- , - uffv' fn ,fr ,gl '-.V f 4 nN,ws"f' , f- My ' 1 "V "0 -Q W I 14:52-f'f9z, 9' 3' we 'ia-+,,L."1'r:rzg,f-at Guard Allen Ecker pounces on a Piilsburg fumble on 'ihe 34-yarcl line. Tech +allied +heir only score iwo plays laier on a sneak play hands of Allen Ecker, who returned 12 yards to the 57. With Toppy Vann directing the attack, Volkert, Roten- berry and Mattison moved the ball to the Panther 7. On the next play, George Vollcert got loose around right end and was apparently headed for sure pay-dirt when the m his arms back to the eleven where Ken ered. Volkert attempted a running pass but if was intercepted by Ray Dipasquale, and the Panthers got out of the danger zone. Even though the jackets had failed to score and lost possession of the ball, they had med over ten minutes, and now time was all-impof- nt. It was at this point that Coach Michelosen took the ff south aw hurler Darrell Lewis. Lewis directed ball squirted fro Thrash recov CODSU 113. wraps o a p 7 the Panther, mixing his running and passing game, to the Tech three yard line where the final whistle sounded with every member of the stands, standing and holding their breath. h h ' hi H r 'ihe firsl' eriod score pulling Tech ahead lo stay 7-0. 'i"'-E' - Quarterback Wade Milchell kicks ihe exira poini 'lhroug + e uprlg s a e p an-. o .i A A.. 5 vm. Qi My ,Rh ... ,V . . 7 . ,H y, Y! ,-.y ,Y , as rx, 3 .Fw .,i 4 i s- ,N ,t -i .. l- i Q.,-,..jqf.rf4 -fv- P Us 'fish .sn .,..:lN.,. 1 7? Wg 'B h' ,tv , . i., 4 - 1, ..- Q uv- AQ..-an 'fl K W"--..,,'Q' .Hx ,x , y z.. M.,,..x 5 ,, t , 1 ,,,..,. .,. , 'Bl nu.kvxAq'4T, ,.,A'..r4 ia -'A++ af 55 Q, . , 1' I If W !5gfR1 an a K S31 fs .Que .Nr W , ,Ma i , P' s wah, i We i t 5 i infill ' sf- ' i k"3ff"fZ' i My at , f i 53 54, 1 -v 'Eta , Q2 ig QE. 4 . t,,. ggakikwll tf . ' 4-T-Q' hifi 5' 'WJS2 T -ogjmi, S ,'. ,f f Q ,,2Q'?,Vj,,f 4594 1 :fer si. ,t .V ws.: Ou'rs+ai Lou Ci ouisian ., Volke-rt, Romn- Un ghr he ll me Pamhem S6 around ri ily-diff when the ming Pass bun the Panthers got the jackets had IC ball, they had Je was all-impof, :helosen took the Lewis directed Slug game, to the stle sounded whh nd holding rheh rad 'ro slay 7-0. me X . my X ,if-. 'T ,Q , Q , . , .fi ,fu .5 is :'- ' W Q.. may i X, , if .s , A , new . ,, frx. -fr y,-ef.,-eg V' my v 4-s ' s .,-,Q Q . "' ,.1 , 4. .1 .yea we , 'Q ' Oulslanding defenses marked lhe af+ernoon's play. Here PiH's Cimmarolli is slopped sborl of Hue scrimmage line by alerl play Lou Cimmarolli, Panl'l1er ha fback, is slopped by Tecl1's Brooks l1aH's ano+l1er Pill back wifh a crunching lackle, as Rose l8Ol Oulslandlng 9U6l'd. and 'fhe 96me'S MVP. Frank Bl'00liS- Vereen l76l and Ellis l89l handle 'the opposing linemen's inlerference. i n M Yr shes, ,, K I . f V Av' iw fwwih' ,M N . ,. 7 s 1 1.0, 4, .X B The B-Team gels a workou+ during annual T-Day game. Many boys will be called up l'ol'l'1e Varsily for full 'lime duly as a resull' of 'lhis game, B-Team Serves As Practice Foe lor Varsity As it has in tlie past, Cloath Bob Bossons B-Team, or lietl Shirts .is they .ire .illettionately called by the Varsity, playetl .i inaior role in the sutcess of Georgia Tech on Sat- urtl.n' afternoon. The li-Teain furnishes the opposition for tlie Varsity during daily prattite sessions and consequently run .tlinost every formation in the book. They are called upon t-.ttli xxeeli to learn the plays of Techs coming oppo- nent .intl tri' them out against the Varsity defenses. The li-'l'e.iin stlieduletl two games for this season. The Nliatni gaine had to be tancelled because of the Homecom- ing testix ities during the Duke varsity game. The llces tlid, liowever, meet and defeat the Florida State Seininoles lf?-I i. 'Taking heed from the Senior jackets, the ,lnniors nsetl the "home-run" most effectively. Bobby Dover got things rolling offensively for the jack- ets, when he took a handoff from Bill Linginfelter, sliced off tackle, eluded would-be tacklers, and tip-toed down the sidelines for fifty-two yards and the first TD. The PAT was missed, and the Jackets were ahead 6-O. A few minutes later the Jackets took over from the Semi- noles, and with the ball resting on the 15, Bill Linginfelter hit Dover in the end zone with an aerial and the Techmen assumed a twelve point lead. TeCh's final score came in the last quarter when Fred Teague took advantage of beautiful faking, and seampered seventy-four yards to the Seminole goal. Bobby MaeCauley added the extra point with a placement through the up- rights. EIRST PLOW: Bobyby Wooylf, Bobby Bubanlts, Mike McGinnis, Roy Steiner, Dave Broolts, Harvey Brown, Allen Key, Dan Logue, Wesley Gibbs. SECOND ROW? Ugmar ar'-gln,IJo n Lasc., Jirnmy Dial, Tommy Mansfield, Freddie Teague, Ken Maynard, Dave Robison, Milne McAdams. THIRD ROW: Walter Weeks, Ted OT""'tV'C 'C'1'f5- RCQQW l'l"0"t Clidrlge BVYGM- Sian Cochran- B0l9l9Y MCC6uley, Bobby Almand. Gayle Manley. FOURTH ROW: George Sherlock, ROSCOB Holland, Buck Wiley, Gray Poficr, Charlie Carlyle, Ed Crawford, -ia - - - . .. , l - . . . ' '. '. YC' T , ' ' " 1--4:"."' "1r"" ' , ' -4. r -it ,, , , ., , . .f .H 1: V , Q -.-. I. 7.l-J .' , , L. iv.-.3 gs W Q ,, e'1!.,?f,.-. D. gigs. , J geggaye .ay K 1 C .1 " t . -' ,rj 4 4 "v e '. ' 2, P -..-,-N'-'-. ' -'---f--Q-Ms' , ,,f"1." 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ROW1 5, Ted loscoe v as ' ' -af, 5. f ae! , . I '55, ii . FIRST ROW: Herberi' Hardy, Roy Maclrley, Paul Avanf, Floyd Faucelfe, BobbyiDo+son, Meade Sfallings Bernard Haney W. H. Geren S'm Fulcher Kendall Brady. SECOND ROW: Olin Greene, Larry Fonts, Dan Smiih, Merlin Lewis, John Rober+ O'Neal, Milne Cammaclt, Larry Clingan, Bill McKinnley, Jimmy Clepper, Bill Chapin. THIRD ROW: Bob Slone, Tony Heywood, Jimmy Woods, Jerry Arnold, Buddy Pilgrim, Owen Schweers, Bobby Hardison, Don Hill, Joe lnfanie. FOURTH ROW: Larry Waison, Leon Tye, Foster Wafkins, Toby Deese, Joe Doggeff, Irvin Serenco, Jerome Green, Eddie Elward, Dan Turbury. FIFTH ROW: Doug Veazey, Archie Cobb, Jack Rudolph, Tim Slnglefon, Freddie Trainer, M. A. Davis, Foreman Miles, Bod Tidwell, Rausey Mason, Lesfer Simmerville. Fleet Backfield Sparks Freshman Viciories The 1955 edition of the Baby jackets, guided by Coach john Robert Bell, compiled a 2-1 season with wins over Clemson and South Carolina, and a loss to arch-rival Georgia. The Frosh got off to a fine start, turning back Clem- son College 25-14. Tim Singleton led the offensive showing with TD runs of 81, 70, and 3 yards. The fourth score came on a forty yard pass play from Floyd Faucette to Lester Simmerville. Back in the friendly surroundings of Grant Field, the Baby Jackets met South Carolina University. Tim Sin- gleton was again the leading ground gainer as he racked up 73 yards in 16 carries. The Freshmen got off to an early 14-0 lead, but saw it dwindle as the Gamecocks King Dixon put on a great offensive show. The jackets were not to be denied victory though, and Floyd Fau- cette sneaked over from the one, and Lester Simmerville kicked the all-important extra point, to give the Jack- ets a hard fought 21-20 victory. The Bullpups from Athens came rolling into Grant Field on Thanksgiving day with the distinction of hav- ing been beaten by the Tech Frosh for the past 6 years. Not since 1949 had they been victorious. All good things must come to an end, however, and when the dust of battle had been cleared, the Bullpups had them- selves a 23-0 victory. Singleton again carried the brunt of the offensive attack, and Eddie Elward, Sim Fulcher, Hlffl Jack Rudolph came up with some fine defensive p ays. Tim Singlefon carries 'rhe ball in ho+ Freshman acfion. Archie Cobb, Larry Clingan and Floyd Fauce++e lead +he Tech downfield blockers. 73 l ' ,f ' ,M , 1 . . l ff' f , a i . , l ' .12 at ' 'Lf' 'f 4 ,H ,W George Griffin, Tech's Dean of Students as well as Cross Country Coach. '55 Cross Country Team Third ln SEC The Harriers of Tech made a good showing in the SEC meet after a season which was not bad, but neither was it good. The Tech trotters lost a close one to Ala- bama by a 29-27 count, but they bounced back to de- feat Bryan University 26-31 in fhCif 11CXt outing. The Techsters then handed an inexperienced Georgia team a 16-42 licking as they welcomed the Bulldogs back into the trails again. After losing to Florida 38-18 and Tennessee 43-16, the Griffin-coached harriers met Mer- cer and picked a 16-34 win. In the last run of the regu- lar season, Auburn took a 45-15 victory over the Tech- men. In the SEC meet, the Tech cross-country team copped third place to make the season as a whole quite a bit brighter. Lettermen for this year were: Captain james Goode, Dick Devane, T. L. Ellis, W. Fortune, J. P. Potts, F. L. McClung, and manager john Powers. cl lt J h P M r .... Bottom Row: George To Row: Coach Griffin, John Fortune, Terry Ellis, Dick Devane, Clitcford Wilson, John Potts, Cole Bryan, Te Coo o n owers g P Dick, Richard Hinch, James Richardson, Captain James Goode, , 'T --?- as 'ro assassins gqgsp.. A 1 'J' f I ?x4l"fJ.' 5 Oscar Zeller, Frank McClung, and Ken Beavers. ' st' , f E 2 if? ' Z 4' 1 3 Q t '. -9151 V .y .V X Q, fix ,1"pfep5-. 'f " ' 72f'VaW", If I Q! 'Fin Q 2 f' . N l'a+t??"' 2 . as , 4 ,A , Cap The cl sparked son. Tl nastic enliven bama, ntry SEC howlng ill the id, but neither -ie one to Ala- fd back to de. ct outing, The Georgia team Bulldogs bagk 'ida 38-18 and 'riers met Mer- in of the regu- over the Tech- s-country team S a whole quite were: Captain J. W. Fortune, r John Powers. .om Row: Ge0l'9e 0 Captain Harry Stevens executes a backtlip. . I . X5 . . v ... -a a i ...,. , ,t A Lb, -at , vi' Nas, , 4 4 ,Z,,r'.t. .,,,,,w,W. N ,A -- . -vm.. . , A 14M W gg 5'aii'wn. "'- . Q., r 0 I yg I . , t 'Q , . . c sg gg, . sffi.- Teva-Q' was --fe 4 W P . 5. g, ,pg ilu X. 5' :.,,, . 'H AN lx -ll?-Nl' in ss :Lei "', Qi L1 ii ii y. gf-ag if 'Mk' ,wi 'EW-aa' , ae. fi We Q- X' a 1 f f . Q, , ?"'Si3'Y5f2-7" s . . , :44f?gz5f5tx5 Wiglaae fire . tai Q 'f. ,A, b , t .u:. 4, 1 f? -,xx Top: Gene Newton .... Middle: Bill Adams, Eddie McDowell .... Bottom: l Gene Brown, Harry Stevens, and Gerry Carson. Cheerleaders Direct S irit In Right Path . The cheerleaders headed by Captain Harry Stevens sparked Tech's Rambling Wrecks to an impressive sea- son. The rah rah boys, who are chosen for their gym- nastic prowess in addition to their cheering ability, enlivened the jackets' home games as well as the Ala- bama, Tennessee, and Sugar Bowl games. Vfith their usual brilliance they executed a variety of Hips and twists which added to the effectiveness of creating spirit. The Pep Rallies, pre-Georgia game bonfire, and other coordinated efforts of the cheerleaders all added up to a good season and a spirited student body. The cheerleading squad's urgent shout of "hold that line" is quickly talcen up by the Tech student body. a IE 5. 5 4 F s 1 I, ,T, ,.-if SPH, ,.ff- 0.-Wm-9 ' .-tv--. Q '-x. iw- - ..., il 1- .5350 ' A we, . - W, ,.j. TIL-l"-'W Qu: I n t r a m u r a sl w,w" f " ' ' ., , ,Myst , , ,f A-wt. ' 'G 'wh Ns L. W' 1 tae l ' rw 1 -4 .. - Phi Delta Theta Wins Intramural Swimming In a hotly contested e1ght event program Phi Delta Theta captured the 1955 Intramural Swnnmmg CIOWU The Phr Delts had 56 points twenty more than the sec ond place SA Es S P E was third was 35 po1nts and the Kappa Srgs and Ch1 Ph1s fimshed fourth and fifth xx 1th 27 and 17 pornts respecuvely Phi Delta Theta won the ZOO yard Medley Relal and the Tug of War S1gma Alpha Eps1lon captured mo firsts by takmg the 200 yard Free style Relay ilfld h Wfright of Chr PS1 won the Tteadlng with Welghf ontest by staying up 55M seconds M1lton Mott Of Sigma Nu garnered the d1v1ng crown Bob Soderh0lm Kappa S1gma toole the 75 yard Medley and R0 Baader of S P E won the Plunge for distance travelx 8 662 feet E Cl The the fr Claret frater Phi, I thami Sigmz close thee C Kapp: factor Cham! 'Seas . A O . , V 3 1 . u , Q Q 1 is . . I I V . ' , V V i the S.A.E.'s Bill Bellingrath won the 100-yard Freestyle. BO . . . . . 5 of ' - - U c A . . . 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W - ,gtg if? r . ,A .,,,.,. .Mo ..,-qc-ul ,A s , 56335 i V "Avia Spiriled compelilion was 'lhe lreynole of foolball play 'lhis year as +he Kappa Sigs and 'rhe Geechee Club 'fied for fhe championship. Kappa Sigs and Geechee Club - Football Winners The intramural football league this year wound up with the fraternity champ and the independent champ being de- clared co-holders of the title of school champion. In the fraternity playoffs, Alpha Tau Omega, Kappa Sigma, Chi Phi, Pi Kappa Phi butted heads to determine the fraternity champion. After four straight days of football, the Kappa Sigma team emerged as fraternity champion with ATO a close second. In the independent Pigskin league, the Gee- chee Club outlasted the others to earn the right to meet the Kappa Sigs for the school crown. Time was an important factor, however, and the officials decided to declare a dual championship. t, aa 1-M, I - LW, WL, i . . it ia-isgaga ,W if .mm W Many arms s+re'rch +o snag a pass as every single play counts. , i 4 'X ., f, , . : Q Vg' nw ,,,, if ew . fu 5 i ,-"9 i 'jx , m,, ,, A '?. , V ..- . .. A "" vw- - 2 . A 5 gawk? t ,IJ f 5 'H f ' V' Q54 all 1 Z ,..,- 'ALJ 'ns 4 'cirek z!:"'! ,J 'i " 1 I Zfff Q .I , Q R R - ,Nw .J-P L .-7' I 1 ' ir' x e 1 Rogimenfal SMH: Trowbridge, Adams, Herbert Van Leer, Lanier, Zeller 1 ZF ' E fli CADET MAJOR S. W. VAN LEER , CADET MAJOR J. D. LANIER . . CADET LT. COLONEL R. D. ADAMS CADET MAJOR E. ZELLER . . . SD REGIMENTAL STAFF CADET COLONEL C. B. HERBERT . . Regimental Commander CADET LT. COLONEL R. H. TROWERIDGE . . Executive Owner Regimental S-I Regimental S-2 Regimental S-3 Regimental S-4 X . f CADET L1 A I 9 .F E 1 5? 5. CADET LT. , Q, X I I I F 1 .i .5 fc? , f Arm mmander ve 0jfC6f rental S-1 zenlal S-2 rental S-3 rental S-4 W Y, LW. CADET LT. COLONEL B. FAUST CADET LT. COLLONEL R. E. ENGLE CADET LT. COLONEL J. P. PERRYMAN Arfillery BGHBIIOFI Chemical Corps Baffalion Engineer BaHalion ROTC Trains Cadet for Future Service ew CADET LT. COLONEL D. M. sl-IEPPARD CADET LT. coLoNLEL A. F. GANDY CADET Lr. COLONEL w. T..HULL, JR. lnfanhy Baffalion Ordnance BaH'alion S'9n5l COVPS B5'Hal'0n L,r. ,W ., , W f MW s N.,,hL X , xl K 9 J Ex' I I The uniform brings a cadet 'ro 'rhe realization that he is now an actual part o Army ROTC leache f the army ROTC training program. s the cadet a sense of responsibility for his weapon. 1' cl 'r C lonel C B Herberl' receives his colonel's bars 'from Briga- C . . dill-reGenZral Werner and Colonel Curren, PMST, of the local unit. "AWright you guys, fall in on the dou- ble!" . . . It was these charming words that began six Weeks of military life and procedure. . . . The uniform line was filled with remarks about the poor taste in color and someone even asked what happened to the belt buckles on the backs of the pants .... Of course there were the more enjoyable moments such as marching through the rain on bivouac .... Remember that inspecting officer in the barracks? Boy, l'll bet his wife catches it! . . . Those days on the rifle range weren't too bad except that we -,Z' Much praciical experience is gained ai' the summer camp. 9 gm l a 5 l The ir couldl my he cle cor up in Seems in Wh night would next 1 PNY "hurrj as if ti The hike +G bars from Bri ot the local in on the dou. ring words that ' and procedure. 'd with remarks d someone even t buckles on the e there were the h as marching . . . Remember tracks? Boy, l'll ose days onthe except that we 9 Summel' Camp- a -'f' "eff Pla The training at the summer camps produces cadets ready to serve. couldn't hit the targets? . . . 'Td sure like to get my hands on the guy who invented those obsta- cle courses!" . . . Remember how we used to get up in the middle of the night Cit seemedh. Seems like they could find a different eight hours in which to do a dayis Work .... How about the night all the guys slept on the Hoot so they wouldn't mess up their bunks for the inspection next morning? . . . Remember the 'imilkshaken party the last night? . . . However, when the "hurry up and wait" days were gone it seemed as if they began only the day before .... The hike to the nights bivouac area is an untorgetable expel'ieI1C6' Q44-' Cadets zero in their lvl-I rifles at Tracy Range, Ft. Belvoir, Va. during ROTC summer training camp. R ' ' N- 'V-I' :wif-'V 5,13 lptygzeirfxfef The Engineers learn by actually carrying out the maneuvers. .10 1V-. A I g Douqan ,ff MIDN MIDN MIDN MIDN MIDN MIDN The NROTC T BATTALION STAFF CAPTAIN j P KLINKE Batmlzon Commnmief LCDR R W DEVANE Sub Commmzcief LT W T LANIER Opemzfzom Ojjlicef LT W J DOUGAN Aalyurmzz LT J E DILTS Supply Officw CPO D M GAY Cbzef Petty Officw -Slbthqm . -. K MIDN. L' Comp ral A Con if Q 2 E 3 1 i V JRCDTC lion C 07ll77Z!1I1!z6I' S1117 Commander Lpemtiom Ojfcer . , Afijllfdflf . S1rpplj'0fCff bief Petty Offcer MIDN. LT. P. J. CHLRISTENSEN MIDN LT T F DAVENPORT . - - . . f ,JR. Company C Commander Commander Company B Trains Men for the Fleet ,ifl MIDN. LT. J. A. NEAL MIDN. LT. W. A. SCHNFFER Company Commander C Commander Company D ff ff ' r 85 .wvwwawww wfveqvgsn vm., u ,pi .5 if One of fhe inifial and painful preparations for summer cruise is p y I .lx i W, V .M-, r D 0 lg! 0 Y 4 'ini-,Sf F5 43" Y'-?' r ll A o- l Mfr 9 Qi, 3 Chapel services on deck serve 'ro promote 'rhe spiriiual lives of the men. 'rhe h sical and the endless line of vaccinalions and sho+s. Staring in awe as he climbed the gangway, our midshipman stumbled onto the quarterdeck and saluted the OOD .... After finding his compartment and bunk he then looked for the chow line, which had just been secured .... His first enemy aboard ship was that "ilf?fZ8c" Bos'un who piped reveille in the middle of the night .... However, all was not badg the holy- stone and swab handle provided hours of enter- tainment all during the day. Also, GQ. C gen- eral quartersb drills provided the ultimate in chaotic scrambling above and below decks .... Will he ever forget eating while sliding across the deck during that storm? Fond in his memory are the messengers who vigilantly shined the Life aboard a training ship has many varied and in+eres+ing phases. Midshipmen are introduced into +he aviation aspecl' s.1 ..., r -5-a N i' nf 'fi fi of the Navy during one of lheir summer cruises. . ,. - ,, -4 ff i f.' ms, . 1 'sv' i,,,.i .. '.,' c e - P - i '-' L 'f'p.'::. 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I K f W M wwf- , Z X -fag 'ws 1 3:..x'Q xX k w as as X A s s s 'x Qt iss ,ref X XEQ5 X X25 X A t Q A regular llashlig watch lMC X shipme ately!" no - all wel and Pa Of cou ship wi weeks turning nimo I .. .Aft ship lil the baj bound eight vi 9 Q f' 42:-assay, Milf wa,,,w sr W1 ,mfs X ,Q i s X 'fillf' ' 1 iff?- MQ T' A , . .iv siiziky The mil 1 , ns and shots. ed the gangway, 5 the quarterded Xfter finding his n looked forthe 'en secured. . .. is that "i?f7b6t" he middle of the or bad, the holy- 'd hours of enter- Ailso, G.Q. lgen- the ultimate in below decks. . .. tile sliding HCIOSS nd in his memory antly shined tht is aviation aSQ9Cl Summer cruises- 's I x A regular Navy student receives practical experiences in tlight training while on summer cruise at Corpus Christi, Texas. flashlight in his face while looking for the mid- watch relief and, of course, the Bos'un on the lMC who constantly shouted, "Now all mid- shipmen who have not done so, do so immedi- ately!" or "I-Iereafter, there will be no - be no - be no - E" . . . But hitting port made all well again. London and its Piccadilly Circus and Paris and its Moulin Rouge! . . . Um boy! Of course, the fun was short-lived and soon the ship was on the high seas once more .... Two weeks more of the routine of watch standing, turning to, and long chow lines .... Guanta- nimo Bay, Cuba, was the next, and last, stop. . . . After gunnery practice in the Caribbean, the ship finally weighed anchor and nosed out of the bay and headed northward - homeward bound after a long and definitely educational eight weeks at sea! T' ff 'wif' X xiii 'X ""-u A X X mxii A s. 2 1 fo fc f i s if 2 X D W 'ff E il ' ftif ,gi . it f W ,., . 7 , ' i X ' ' 1 X Q , The Supply Corp offers many opportunities tor service. ' s ,, s The midshipmen are indoctrinated into many phases ot the NavY'5 87 an I ' . s .05 varied training program through active participation. N Wing Sfafl: Q-qui' l . . 1. Z .flf il WW f si- ff X. E 'E ia .f E-l ,jj A 959' X Q? ff T, gx O. FORC6 Y AF RCTC Williams, Slevens, Worm, Crandall, Liflle, Maloof, Leeper, Kelly WING STAFF I 1 X C si C BXX SQ' . l x E Q, f . .1 ., , CADET 5 1 -::-1" T ' ' 'l" lv- f Nj ggi .531 f.. 1 . ff CADET COLONEL R. M. LITTLE .... Wing Commamier CADET LT. COLONEL J. K. WILLIAMS . Depzfzy Commmuier CADET LT. COLONEL J. E. WORM . . . Impector General ' CADET LT. COLONEL C. H. CRANDALL . . . Muzerial Officer CADET MAJOR J. C. KELLEY . . Infowmztiovz Service OWCGI' CADET LT. COLONEL R. M. LEEPER . . . Opemriom Ojicer . N 1 'ary 1, :-.:- ww ' ,. 21.4449 " ' - Q 1' 5 -Mm.. ,. 1 .. T X ., - .T if ' -U a E ff Z i? Y X ' 0. .453 f,.,f....! K -Kffffglzfijl . I5 1 L", Y ' 2'gg.i?5z?QN ' -" ' ' ".I'zQZkN:f 1 xl Z .Jag f i ' ,ge ' J A ,F 1 " il 'xx ,, V f f C Y 9 9 xl - 5 ? ,NN yl 25, N f ax 573 ,K 3 1 lp f x? 1 .Jia "7 V' 1 X N. lx Q x x l' ll' ? px X A f A r A 4'3" Mi 4 I S9 Q . f , X O. Q. Q--O' RCTC Commander C ommamier :fiom 055667 ctor General 'terial Officer ?rz'ice Ojfcef A . CADET COLONAE . . Commandtr-TG:-ouE?SSAGE CADE-r COLONEL J- S. WALKER JR Commander Group Il I . CADETCgn?nl:.3ZleErLGV:2uFE IERANT Traens The Future Pilots of The Air Force xi X X if fm Wa, 'T rf' j rf ff 5,77 My Af, J, ix -lp 'X . ,, ' Nothing could have been more frightening than going through the Base gates and reporting to the cadet office for the first time .... To in- sure maximum enjoyment for everyone, morn- ing inspections began immediately and the usual spit and polish brilliance and measured 45 de- gree corners on the beds seldom met with com- plete approval .... No one ever figured out why a bunch of air force cadets had to march, and lnslruciors are inslrumenlal in 'rhe forming of good officers. Furure pilols receive 'fraining in high allifude flying under simulaled aimospheric conditions while a+ 'I'heir summer camp. ,V W " l l Summer camp also offers The cadeis an opporiuniiy to relax. lhe aclual 'FIigh+ not fly, e most enjl spent in . . . Wh the time during t like iron the cadei thousand cers Clul veterans. tactical 0 pool! . . the last t was all 0- Ellaf it Vg Neelness is a l mortunity to relax. tightening 1 reporting . . . To in- Jne, morn- d the usual ted 45 de' with COIU' ed out Whl' narch, and ummef camp' gd, ,W T sir- Ah The actual flight is the all-important moment tor the cadet. not fly, everywhere they went .... Perhaps the most enjoyable moments of the entire six were spent in the lecture hall-asleep on the floor! . . . Who will ever forget the gas attack and the time the cadet OD was grabbed and mauled during bed check .... Those T-33's looked like iron monsters at first but after an hour up the cadets landed and walked and talked like thousand-hour men .... That evening the Offi- cers Club was filled with tales of these new veterans .... Of course, on the last night the tactical officers were dumped in the swimming pool! . . . Passing through the main gates for the last time brought sudden realization that it was all over and then also came the realization that it wasn't so bad after all .... 'lness is a byword ot the cadets at summer camp- sf'47f?ss A fax f SYM X The Linlc Trainer is an invaluable training aid in learning to tly. L l i l gl l l l Cadets have top marlcsmanship whether in the air or on the ground. 91 THOMAS F. DAVENPORT The supreme goal, the highest achievement of all brass shit inv, mirror-gazing oflicers of the Army, Air Force and Navy is D the National Society of Scahbard and Blade. It is composed of men who have proved outstanding leadership and intelligence. In addition to being an honor society, the organization annu- ally sponsors the Military Ball, which ranks second only to IFC as the year's outstanding school dance. This year the Society waited until spring to have the Ball so that Billy May could be obtained to play. In the winter the usual tapping ceremony took place at a special dance at the Atlanta General Depot. OFFICERS MEMBERS NOT PICTURED THOMAS F. DAvENPoRT DI J J - - FFLEY, . . C"pM"I KENNEDY, D. B. NEWTON G. Himniu 8521155 Q- S- I7i11r1Lfclllc'm11I1 PRINGI-'F J' Ricgimizn W, DEVANE ggffllgsggi' E' w Sccmzzf Lf6'llfCIIzH1I SUMMER J- ' A' HOMER hl. BOA'l'WRlGH'l' 'QRQQAKNEELURS D' Firff Scrgenlzl WANNAIf,iA'KIfR J' K. Scahlsa rd and Blade, Top Milila ry Honor va i All-w- H' Afranh W W Arn., , U , . . un W- H. E4i?SQ,,R'NwG Eqamziel, T. G. Davenoorf, T. F. giiliahni Rh R' Boafwrlghl, H. H ch . ,,,,,Oo,- A' G WS- G- Wt Harvard, r, P e- -W- Epps E p ' flsfensen. P. J. com a. w . . . Monroe, G. D. Moon W C 4 rljulll, W. T, Klinke pi Gossage, T. L. G,-ang' W B' J ' ' ' ea J A . ' 4 - Lindsay, J, C Lilllel R .Ml ' F Schaffer, W, A, SQNQM Cp H SVR I I A .ie ley, R, H. Terr Il C, 5 Richards, R. V. Rosselof, R, Rourk .Jfwi Q addell, D. W. Williams, J. K. Zeller , E. H2 Aikman, C Eden, R. I Marbul, Sharbrou Ar One of Air Socie better in tant Obje the laym as 21 resul Memb dents wh dlSPl21yecl Years of ROBE Sqffddr W. B Exe T. M aaa, T. Oper in Shir 11 of Cflce. nnu- ly. to vciety ld be took K or W. M. W. Aikman, C. D. Anderson, W. K. Andrews, W. K. Boalwrlghl, H. J. Bolger, P. E. Bullard, K. P. Collier, R. E. Cook, R. Eden. R. M. Epps, C. l'. l'onu, -J. 5. fvvasdge l. L. blunl, W. B. Hunler, C. M. Lee, N. W. Lune, K. M Marbul, R. G. Markwaller, G, E. Mafiison, R. C. Monroe, G. D. Pallon, W. W. Remson, J. G. Robertson, T. C. Schuessler, M M Sharbrough, F. W. Sherrow, H. R. Stevens, C. H. Slickley, R. H. Talbot, C, D. Waddell, D. W. Williams, J. K. Worm, J. E Arnold AirSociely Is AFROTC Honorary One of the youngest college honor societies, the Arnold Air Society strives to promote better student-faculty relations and better inter-school ROTC relations. Perhaps the most impor- tant objective is a broad program of public relations whereby the layman may better know and understand the Air Force and as a result,'raise the standards of the Air Force. Membership in the Society is limited to those advanced stu- dents who have maintained a 'B' average and, moreover, have dlSP1aYCd outstanding leadership traits during their firSt IWO Years of Air Force ROTC training. MEMBERS NOT PICTU RED OFFICERS ROBERT M. LITTLE DYFRf FHBA Squadron Commander W. BURTON GRANT ' 533553, YQIUTI3. Executive Ofcer STEWART? J, W, I . D. T. M. WANNAMAKER 222225 13. 5, Adjutant-Recorder WANNAMAKER, T. M. T. L. GossAG Operation! Oficery J. S. WALKER Fzmmce Officer ROBERT M. LITTLE I I Tl ,jA,.ugll "1 , 1.- "",z' .'f 'dn f 4- , - , . 4. .5 .f-Vagff , O, .,, '- ,.MA.pq,, ,fv 1 ..+ -o.,,L y ' - . .M - A. I . ,, rv Ret' A . ' . A ' .3 1. ,. --.- , .S .x .-an ' 'Q-'f -'..-.,,A A M . . if iii 7' 'A f- ' - ' '- "5 'ff' .' .Skfffi-'-.-."'.tS The Pershing Rifles BAILEY, J. B., JR. BAILIE, A. C. BERRY, A. W. BOND, J. E. BOWEN, J. D. R. BRANNON. R. L. BROWN, B. S. BROWN, F. K. BROWN, J. E. CAMIJIIIZLI., J. F. CLARK, G. M. COLLAZO, J. L. CONE, J. C. CURTIS, D. B. D'ALESSIO, A. T. DAvIS. D. L. DUNHAM, K. B. EDWARDS, B. D. ELMORE, D. W. ERLIENKOTTER, D. FALCON, G. D. FIELD, H. H. FIELD, S. E. GILLIAM, R. N. GILMORE, R. A. GODFREY, C. S. HAMMOND, W. R. HARLING, B. L. HARRIS, C. T. B., JR. HARRIS, D. E. HARTFORD, R. B. HENLEY, C. F., JR. HERRINGTON. T. N HIDDLESTON, E. W. UI I ANN HOLLINGSWORTH, HUBARD, J. B. HUGHES, R. R. I-IULLENDER, J. R. JONES, A. O. JONES, M. D. KIRK, L. R. KOLLIE, T. G. LAMBERT, G. B. LANGSTON, D. L. HILL, C. A. HILTON, R. G., JR. H " I W LATIMER, R. T. LU, H. H. MAHAL, R. R. MANN, C. K., JR. MARTIN, J. R. MCDONALD, W. D., JR. MCDOXVELL, G. M. MCDUFFIE, G. L. MCGEE, B. D. MCGREGOR, A. J. MCKINNEY, H. G. MILLER, P. S. MINTER, J. T. MOORE, B. L. MORRIS, J. W. NICHOLS, A. C. O'DONNEL, P. E., JR. OWEN, J. D. PATTERSON. R. W. PEAVY, J. H. PILKINGTON, G. B., III POOL, R. F. POU, M. E. PREISTER, K. C. RAY, R. W., JR. REEVES, H. F. RICHMOND. H. G. SCI-IMIDT, J. D., JR. SHEER, M. A. SILVER, J. P. SIMPSON, C. L. SIRMANS, J. W. SOMER, T. R. STEITZ, R. A. STEVENS, R. R. SURRENCY, J. R., SWANCY, G. W. TAYLOR, L. J. THURMOND, R. TILLISON, J. R. TOMLIN, H. F. VICKERY, R. H. WALKER, B. R. WARE, J. M. WINN, D. B. WRIGLEY, F. L. THOMAS, D. O., JR. H. Per: ery I men Catic foun T year Harl D stam drill shov U wean Geo h ,. I 5 . ZW Sw . WW, .V Sh. f-,,"v An.. . . ',,f...,x H -A .. a ' ,. fi M 4 .5-1 .." - Y.: fav- .- 229132 'A M. f. ffl-I f is f Q51 .,, kia, W- rjlii'--f 'le x.: g. . + -was 1-- Hgnw :.,l Q E. lfle PREISTER, K. C, RAY, R. W., JR. REEVES, H. F. RICHMOND, H. G. SCHMIDT, J. D., Jr SHEER, M. A. SILVER, J. P. SIMPSON, C. L. SIRMANS, J. W. SOMER, T. R. STEITZ, R. A. STEVENS, R. R. SURRENCY, J- R- H' SWANCY, G- W- T AYLOR, L. J- Tnoms, D- 0---ll THURMOND- R- TILLISON, J- R- TOMLIN- H- F- VICKERY, R- H' WALKER, B- R- WARE, I- M' WINN, D- B' WRIGLEY- F- L- H. Pershing Rifles is a fancy drill team which is a national soci- ety of the college R.O.T.C. units throughout the nation. All members are volunteers who have met the standards and qualifi- cations of good citizenship and discipline as set forth by their founder, General john J. Pershing. The Pershing Rifles have selected as their officers for this year: J. W. Sirmans, captain, D. D. Curtis, first lieutenant, B. L. Harling, first lieutenant, G. M. Clark, first sergeant. During the past year the Pershing Rifles have made an out- standing show While participating in drilling maneuvers on the drill field. They comprised the main feature of the halftime show during the Tech-Georgia game this year. Under the leadership of Captain jones the Pershing Rifles, wearing their white helmets and leggings, have represented the Georgia Tech Army R.0.T.C. in many drills and competitions. ,-f""W- JAMES W. SIRMANS Excel In Fancy Close Order Drill . 1' , if' - M Age, 95 . S U 5 f Z 2 udcnt Athuns franlll .uno- wberrg in co- wgrgllll, ptnk. pd Air L The chan sUnl Q N The Class of '57 this year had at the helm Joe Pinnell, Vice-President, Wade Mitchell, Secretary-Treasurer and Bobo Davis, President. JUNIOR CLASS . AHIQRCROMHHQ, S'1'ANLm' Ii., JR. . . . Salisbury, N. C. Della Tau Della - ADAMS A, 5'rANifORn ...... Bnrnesville, Ga. AnAMs. Jimias V., Pi Kappa Alpha . Middle-sboro. Ky. AIKMAN, COLLIN D., Sigma Na . . . Mobile, Ala. ALIEXANIHER, LON C., JR., Kappa Alpha , Columbus, Ga. ALFORD, DIZNNY S., Della Sigma Phi . Covington, Ga. Al.KOFliR, l-AXX'RliNCli H ...... Savannah, Ga. ALLEN, KEITH R ......... Decatur, Ga. ALLEN, MALCOLM C.. Alpha Tau Omega . Roberta. Ga. ALLEN, RAY K ....... . Ninety Six, S. C. Aiiou ANTHONY L., JR. . . . Tallahassee, Fla l'XNClll'iRS, AMIES A., JR ..... Memphis, Tenn. l Kappa Alpha ANDERSON, WILLIAM K., JR. . . . Clarksdale, Miss. Sig Hill Phi Iipsilon ANDREXVS, WILLIAM K. ...... Linden, N. J. N10N Fl XDIO C-lrarus Venezuela A.".', ...... .. , . ARMSTRONG. ROBERT E ...... East Point, Ga. Lalmhzia Chi fllpha ARRINGTON, NELSON B.. JR. . . . Greenville, S. C. Kappa Alpha AUSTIN, RICHARD D., Sigma Chi . . Atlanta, Ga. 0 AXY"I'RliY, BERNARD S., JR ...... Atlanta, Ga. AYI3LI?l'l'. CHARLES L ...... Portsmouth, Va. L.m1hiia Ch! fllpha BAADIZR, RONALD J., Signm Phi Ifpsiion Baltimore, Md. BACON. GARLAND R ,....... Tucker. Ga. BAGXi'I?l.l. GARY D ....... Greenville, 5. C. BAILEY, X'f'II.l.lAM D., JR.. Sigrizii Chi . Atlanta, Ga, 0 BAKER. RAYMOND XY., Kappa Signm . Shreveport, La. XNNIVHR RON uh L Yew York N. Y. B.4.'.'.'E, ..... . , BARHER, MONROE D., Phi D.-li.: Thera . Moultrie, BARBER, RICHARD YV.. Phi Kappa Sifllhl . Decatur. BARRIER. ROBERT L., I.anih.!a Chi .alpha . Fairheld, B.-XRFIELD, GEORGE XV ....., Dade Ciry, 0 BARIN.-is, BERNARD G., Th.-ra Xi , Yfilmingron. BARINR.-xr, EUGENE C. ...... Clarkston. BARKER. ,IAMEs M. JR. ...., Jaizksonville. BARNES, ROBERT H.. Alpha Tau Omega . Terrell, Ga. Ga, Ala, Fla. Del. Ga. Fla Tex N N XVILLI-KM 9 Delta Tau Deira Columbus. Ga BARi'Ef. . . L.. ' . BARNHILL, -l. ALEX ...... Glenwood, Ga . D. -..........11 BAUMGARDNEI ES BAYLY, EES BEAN, J BEARD, EDWAI BEARDENfi53i EEEKWORTH: I BEGGEROW, CI MAN, MAX iiiiMAN, STAT BERNREUTER, RERREY, U-RK BERRY, WALL' BETANCOURT, BEVAN, NCHA BEVERLY, JAM BILLIAN, LEO? BITTLE, RUD01 BivENs, HUGE BLAHNIK, JAN BLAKE, ANDRF BLUM, LEONAQ BOEO, KENNE1 BOLGER, PATR1 BONDURANT, Q BORsH, RICHA BOSWELL, MIC BRANCH, WIL BRANHAM, CH. BRICENO, H. C BRIM, JOHN L BRIM, THoMAf BROACH, WILL BROMAN, RAL BROOKES, DON BROOKS, LYLE BROOM, JAMES BROWN, CHAR: BROWN, DONA BROWN, ELBER 'his year had at the ill, Vice-President Secretary-Treasuiti President. BAUMGARDNER, CARI1 M. . Saint Simons Island, Ga Phi Delta Theta AMES G., JR. ...... Covington Va, BAYLY, , ES F. ........ CO1 b BEAN, JAIIZIWARD L Phi Delta Theta D, E ., . . , QEQEDEN, DONALD R., Delta Tau Delta . Armuchee, Ga , Ga. Ga. BEAVER, THOMAS D. ........ Jesup, Ga, BECKWITH, PAUL B., Phi Kappa Sigma . Melbourne, Fla. BECKWORTH, FLOYCE R. JR ..... G Smgrna, Ga, ND, BOBBY .... . . teens , G , BEELA Lamhda Chi Alpha Oro a BEGGEROW, CHARLES W ..... Lake Wales, Fla. Pi Kappa Alpha BERMAN, MAXWELL D., Chi Pri . . Jacksonville Fl. BERMAN, STANLEY E., Taa Kappa Eptiloii . Atlantal, Ga, BERNREUTER, DON L. . . . . Tayernier, Fla. BERREY, LARKIN E., JR ....... Atlanta Ga. BERRY, WALLACE W., 1. S. O. .... Chipley: Fla. BETANCOURT, FAUSTO ..... Cienfuegos, Cuba BEVAN, RICHARD J., Alpha Tau Omega . Madison, Fla. BEVERLY, JAMES R ........ Moultrie, Ga. BILLIAN, LEONARD ....... Baltimore, Md. BIT'I'LE, RUDOLPH G., JR., Pi Kappa Phi . Decatur, Ga. BIVENS, HUGH M ....... West Point, Ga. BLAHNIK, JAMES E. ....... Atlanta Ga. BLAKE, ANDREW E. . . . . Griliini, Ga. BLUM, LEONARD C. . BOEO, KENNETH N. ...... Chamblee . Wood-Ridge, N. J. , Ga. BOLGER, PATRICK E., Delta Tau Delta . . . Crete, Ill. BONDURANT, JOSEPH E ....... Fulton, Ky. BORSH, RICHARD J. ...... Valatie, N. Y. BOSWELL, MICHAEL R., Theta Chi . . Dayton, Ohio BRANCH, WILLIAM D ..... . Atlanta, Ga. BRANHAM, CHARLES E., Theta Chi . . Paintsville, Ky. BRICENO, H. GUSTAVO J .... Caracas, Venezuela BRIM, JOHN H., Sigma Chi .... Orlando, Fla. BRIM, THOMAS M., Sigma Chi . . . Orlando, Fla. BROACH, WILLIAM H., Alpha Taa Omega . Macon , Ga. BROMAN, RALPH C ...... Bridgeport, Conn. BROOKES, DONALD H., Sigma Chi . BROOKS, LYLE A., JR ..... BROOM, JAMES M., JR ..... Alpha Tail Omega BROWN, CHARLES W., Chi Phi . . Livingston, . Atlanta, Ga. . Atlanta Ga. . Decatur, Ga. Ala. BROWN, DONALD C., Sigma Chi . . Tallahassee, Fla. BROWN, ELBERT H ....... Gainesville, Ga. CLASS CDF it 4' I 57 BROWN, STERLING T., Kappa Alpha . Memphis, Tenn. BROWN, WILLIAM D ..... Boynton Beach, Fla. BROWNE, ROBERT A., Sigma Chi . . . Atlanta, Ga. BRYANT, ALFRED M ........ Atlanta, Ga. BUCHAN, CHARLES R., Theta Chi . Tallahassee, Fla. BUCK, EDWIN H., JR ........ Macon, Ga. BUCKLEY, ARTHUR H. . .... Edwards, Miss. BULLARD, KENNETH P ..... Washington, D. C. BURKHALTER, SWINTON B., Sigma Na . Claxton, Ga. BURNETT, OLIVER W ..... Morristown, Tenn. BURRELL, FRANK W., JR. .... Albemarle, N. C. Sigma Phi Epriloii BURTON, CLARENCE N ...... Thomson, Ga. Alpha Taz: Omega BUTLER, JAMES A., JR ....... Atlanta, Ga. BUTLER, JOSEPH H., Lamhlla Chi Alpha . Macon, Ga. CANNON, JOHN D. ........ Atlanta, Ga CANNON, ROBERT S., JR., Chi Pri . . . Atlanta, Ga. CANTRELL, JAMES M., JR. . . . Murfreesboro, Tenn CANTY, CHARLES L., Theta Xi . . Brookline, Mass CARRI, ROEERT L., Pi Kappa Phi . . Queens, N. Y CARTER, DON C. ........ Camden, Ark CARTER, JAMES V., JR ....... Atlanta, Ga CARUSO, J. STEPHEN ....... Tampa, Fla CASSETTI, MARLOWE D., Pi Kappa Phi . Elmira, N. Y CATTANEO, JOHN C .... San Luis Obispo, Calif Theta Chi O DIECKIQR, XVILI.ARD C. ..... Great Neck, N. X. 0 DORN, PAUL L., JR., Sigma .fllphri Ifpfilnii . Atlanta, Ga, I DUGAN, X'i'll.LlAM S.. JR .... Chattanooua, Tenn hi fl" all .IUNIORS C COOK, JOHN C., Siignia Alpha lfpsilmi . Charlotte, N. COOK, hlARCl7S li ....... Spring Place, COOK, TED H., Sigrna Alpha lfpsilfiii . Alexandria, CORIDING, ROl5liR'l' H., JR ...... Atlanta, Lumhila Chi Alpha C'OSSI'l'l', Rlt.Il.-XRD li., Sigriia Phi Iipriloii . Atlanta, Ll CU'l'l'RAl'X, S'l'liPlllEN P., JR., Kappa Signiil . Atlanta, Cow.-YN, llllWARID L., IR., Signiii Chi . . Conyers. CRIQMIN, JOSEIIII W., 'lllhltlll Xi . . Brooklyn, N H CRUDIIR, lfDXY'ARD A., JR., Kappa Alpha . Rome, Ga CRURIIsI.IiY, TIIOMAS C. ...... Savannah, Ga CUl.lfiXilliNIS, CIIEORGIZ A ...... Atlanta, Ga CUMMINLLS, HAROLD B., lll . . Chattanooga, Icnn CUMRIINOS, JOIIN L., JR ..... Cartersville, Ga flipha 'lim Oriicgii CURTIS, JOHN P,, Phi Kappa Tim . . . Gary, n CU'I'RIt2II'I', lflfGlENli A. ..... Laltc Charles, La Lamhilri Chi Alpha D.-XNTZl.lER, BRYAN O ....... Rossville, Ga. Lamhila Chi Alpha DARROQII, RORIQRI' D ...... Arlington. Tex. D.-xt't:II'I'IzRS, XVYNNE L ...... Dayton, Ohio lj.'XYlDSON, XVILLIAM C., Della 'Iliff Della . Lithonia, Ga. D.-WIS, lfDXY'ARD XV., Alpha Tim Oniega . Thomaston, Ga. DAVIS, PAUL H ....... Chattanooga, Tenn. D.-WIS, THOMAS A., Sigma Chi . . . Savannah, Ga. D.-KVISON, JOIE L., Signia Alpha Epsilon . LaGrange, G' DEARMOND, MAX If ........ Joplin, Mo fliphti 'llili filllc-Url Dlil'lOXY'l'l'l', JACK R. ..... L.It.Icun,ua. Ecuador DlEJARNlTl'l'lE, FRIED R ...... Portsmouth, Na. l.Iimh.I'l1 tfhi xllphti DELONG, GLEN L., Kappa Signm . Mountl City, MO. DEM.-XRlE5'l', JOHN T ..... . Hapeville, Ga. DONALDSON, CARL L.. JR. .... Atlanta, Ga. DOVER, RORIQRT L., Ima '1'h.i.i Pi . . . Alcoa, Tenn. DOxt'NI5Y, RICHARD A. ...,... lntliana, Pa. DORNINO. RORIQRI' R.. JR.. Kappa Alpha . Naylor, Mtl. DROYVNS, ROIIIQRT li ....... Portlantl, Me. DI ll.: 'I'.1:1 Dull.: Dt'BOsIf. ROIIERI' F., Dtlra 'Ilia Dtlra . Fast Point. Ga. DUNDIERVILI., XVALTIER li., Dali.: Tan Dalia . Rome, DUNL.-XP. LESLIE A. ........ Atlanta, DUNN, CHARLES E., JR ....... Decatur, . Alpha T.m Orrin.: DUPREE, CH.-XRLF5 NY' .... . . . Savannah, Ga DURLING. ROBERT A.. JR ..... Baltimore. Md Phi Kappa 'I'.::1 100 OHN A CAWLEY, EDWARD H. . . . . Augusta, Ga. . ERIC CHAMRERS, RARION P, ....... Douglas, Ga. DYER, FRED EST CHAMBERS, SHELBY E ....... Franklin, Ga, EATON, ERNFFE CHANDLER, GEORGE K., Kappa Alpha . Jackson, Miss. EATON, GEO M CHANEY, JOSEPH I-I ....... Newport, Tenn, EDENFIELIL JSE, Phi Gamma Delta EDWARDS, JO CHARAK, IRA, Alpha Epriloa Pi . . Brooklyn, N. Y, Om, o EI5I:gEEfIjlOMA CHIEIESIEIHOROUGH, FRANK W., ll . . Augusta, Ga. ElJ,2lNl3TONiV?3 Theta C Ji 5 MAR Clllixv, JONG M., Phi Kappa Sigma . . Atlanta, Ga. EIZISLJSH, HARL CHU, JAMES C. F ....... Hongkong, China CI.ARK, CHARLES T ........ Marietta, Ga. ENGLISH, ROBI CLARK, GARY M. .....,. Atlanta, Ga. CLARK, JERRY A., Phi Kappa Tau . . Columbus, Ga. . ESPY, GOODMA EVANS, CLAYTON, RICHARD E. ...... Columbus, Ga. 53,222 FREDEF Lambda Chi Alpha l CLOSE THOMAS M. . . U. .... Macon, Ga. FALTA, RONAI COAN, ROBERT J., Phi Kappa Sigma . . Camden, Ark. COATS, BARRY W., Theta Chi . . Collierville, Tenn. COHEN, AARON S., Phi Epsilon Pi . Brooklyn, N, Y, COHEN, XVILLIAM C., Kappa Alpha . Greenville, S.C. COLE, FRANK ......... COLEMAN, ALVIN A ........ Dublin, COLLINS, ROBERT H., JR., Kappa Sigma . Metter, Ga COLLINS, WILLIAM R., JR ...... Atlanta, Ga Alpha Tan Omega COMIETTO, DANTE J ..... Huntington, W. Va CONNELL, RICHARD J. . . . . Atlanta, Ga B Lakeland, Fla. Ga. F,-iusr, RALPH o FINNELL, HAR FLRICHALL, 5 FLOYD, CARL 3 FORD, JOSEPH FORSYTHE, R11 FoRrsoN, CU 0 FOURQUREAN: FREEDENTHAI FRESHWATER, FRIEDMAN, Ri FRISBEE, EDW FUDGE, T H018 o FUGLAAR, Rt FUSSELL, JOE GALLAGHER, GAMBILL, RI GAZAWAY, A GERMON, CI 0 GERNATT, P, GETMAN, Rc GI-IEESLING, GIBSON, HA GILBERTSON GILBREATH, emu . Metter ' August - Dguglail - Franklin G' ' laf'lS0f1,ilIIta' Newport, Tens- ll. Brooklyn, N' Y ' Augusta. ca, - A l Hongkgna??hQa. - Marieita I - Arla l - Colun-,EEE Ill Ga. Ga. 1 Ga, - C0ll1IIlbu5,Ga - - Macon . Camden, Collierville, Tenn' Bfooklvn, N. Y' - Greenville,S,Q1 ,Ga - Lakelancl,F1a, - - Dublin ,Ga ,Ga - . Atlanta, Ga, uminSf0f1, W. Va. - . Atlanta, Ga, OHN W., JR ....... D DUSKIN' J Lamlula Chi Alpha awson DYER, FREDERICK B. I ..... Statesboro, EATON, ERNEST L., Phi Della Theta- . , Atlanta EATON, GEOFFREY B., Pi Kappa Phi . . Atlanta ELD AMES C Smile N11 Claxton NFI r .I " 0 ' ' ' Q gIg5VARDS, JOSEPH L., JR., Delta Tail Della . Atlanta, EISINGER, JOHN L., Phi Kappa Sigma . Savannah, ELDER, THOMAS R ........ Atlanta, ELLINGTON, THOMAS G., JR. . . Thomaston, ELLIS, MARVIN G. ...... Jacksonville, ENGLISH, HARLEY B. .... - . . Thomaston Sigma Alpha Epsilon ENGLISH, ROBERT L ....... Savannah, Espy, GOODMAN B., III, Bela Thera Pi . Jackson, EVANS, CHARLES E ........ Augusta, EVANS, CLIFFORD J., JR., Delta Taa Delta . Rome, EVANS, FREDERICK D., JR. . . . Daytona Beach, Phi Kappa Sigma FALTA, RONALD W .... Jacksonville Beach, Alpha Tau Omega FAUST, RALPH R. ......... Rolla, FINNELL, HAROLD M ....... Savannah, FLETCHALL, GERALD W ..... Jacksonville, Lamhrla Chi Alpha FLOYD, CARL M., Tau Kappa Epsilon . . Atlanta x Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga Fla Ga Ga Ala Ga Ga Fla Fla Mo Ga Fla , Ga FORD, JOSEPH S., H, Sigma Na . . Charlotte, N. C FORSYTHE, RICHARD W. .... Daytona Beach, Fla Lamhila Chi Alpha FORTSON, CLYDE M., JR., Sigma Na . . Atlanta, Ga FOURQUREAN, WILLIAM E ..... Savannah, Ga Pi Kappa Phi FREEDENTHAL, CAROL, Alpha Eptilon Pi . Atlanta, Ga FRESHWATER, PHILIP L. .... Los Alamos, N. M Phi Kappa Sigma FRIEDMAN, ROBERT F., Alpha Eptiloa Pi . Newark, N. J FRISBEE, EDWARD H., I. S. O .... . Racelancl, La FUDGE, THOMAS G .... . . . Kingsport, Tenn 0 FUGLAAR, RUDOLPH N. . . Pineville, La FUSSELL, JOHN W. . . . . . . Atlanta, Ga. GALLAGHER, LAWRENCE P .... Jersey City, N. J GAMBILL, RICHARD K., Sigma Chi . . . Atlanta, Ga GAZAWAY, ARTHUR J., Kappa Alpha . . Atlanta, Ga GERMON, CHARLES L ....... Atlanta, Ga GERNATT, PAUL W., I. S. O ..... Savannah, Ga GETMAN, RONALD K. ..... Minneapolis, Minn Sigma Phi Epsilon GI-IEESLING, SAM E ........ Augusta, GIBSON, HAYWOOD L ....... Colquitt, GILEERTSON, ROGER G. ..... Lansdowne, Sigma Phi Eptiloii A GILBREATH, EDDIE W., JR .... Madisonville, Phi Sigma Kappa Ga. KV 3' A i -'I" it I O GILLIAM, WILLIAM R ...... Nashville, Tenn. Phi Sigma Kappa GILMER, TEDDY W., Sigma Chi . . Birmingham, Ala. GOMEZ, BASILIO V. ....... Holguin, Cuba GONZALEZ, RAUL J .... . Havana, Cuba GOODE, JAMES J ......... Atlanta, Ga. GOODMAN, FREDERICK I. ..... Brooklyn, N. Y. Alpha Epsilon Pi GOTHARD, GRADY L., Phi Gamma Delta . Arlington, Va. GRAHAM, JACK G. ........ Atlanta, Ga. GRAVENMIER, JACK E ...... Memphis, Tenn. GREER, LEE V., Sigma Alpha Epfiloiz . Valdosta, Ga. GREY, EDWARD R., Sigma Chi . . . Savannah, Ga. GRIFFIN, MARTIN M ....... Gainesville, Ga. GROGAN, JOHN W., Lambda Chi Alpha . Netcong, N. J. GROOVER, CLIFFORD C., JR ..... Atlanta, Ga. GRUBER, MORTON M., Alpha Epfilon Pi . Atlanta, Ga. GUDELSKY, ERWIN M., Phi Epfilon Pi . Baltimore, Md. GUTHRIE, GEORGE T .... Signal Mountain, Tenn. Alpha Tau Omega HACKETT, PRESTBURY T. ...... Tampa, Fla. Lamhila Chi Alpha HADDEN, THOMAS E ........ Atlanta, Ga. HALL, ALFRED L ....... Indian Valley, Va. HALL, GEORGE M., Tail Kappa Epsilon . Tallahassee, Fla. HAMILTON, CHARLES H ....... Macon, Ga. Sigma Alpha Epsilon HANNA, RONALD F .... New Smyrna Beach, Fla. Alpha Tau Omega HANNAH, WILLIAM W ...,.. Baltimore, Md. Lamhila Chi Alpha v 4 i , r, . ff ol oI1NsoN, KEY HARDY, EDWIN L. . . Warnm 551035, N OR, , , HARUNG, BEN L., JR. . ...... t anta, 3, OHNSO , . 4 A , HARLOXV, DENNIS L. . D ...... Atlanta, GH- JOHNSON, ROE , ' A ! se, , i HARRELL, FRANK C., phi Delia Theta . West Point, Ga. ONES, CHARL f. :ID I r ,Q , Q I do HART, CARROLL Bu Kappa Alpha . . Joanna, S. C, JONES, EARL P . .-Q . A fi HARvARD, THOMAS P., JR .... Chattahoochee, Fla- JONES, FRANO " ' Alpha Tan Omega 5 , g J ' f - HASSLER, CHARLES F., Delta Tan Della . Rocky Face, Ga, O JONES, GEORGJ I., HATCHER, XVILLIAM ,l-, ,JR ..... Decatur, Ga. JONES, THONU . Alpha Y an Omega , , JORDAN, FRED I h ., HAUENSTEIN, RUDOLPH Rl. . ,. . Birmlnrzhum. All JORDAN, JOHN .-as ' ap ' A ff 'W Bela T Jera li I... ,ja f V HAUENSTEIN' XVILLJAM R, , , . Birmingham, Ala, JORDAN, JOHN I Ja -if , Bela Thela P1 , ER, WILL , Q Il HAYES, FRED L., Sigma Alpha Epftltm . Toccoa, Ga. JOYN l I -5 J Q X HAYES, JAMES, Phl Kappa Sigma . . New York, N. Y. .' I HAYS, CHARLES G., JR., Alpha Tau Omega . Macon, Ga. , KAPLAN, PHIL ,' , ' 3 J, l HAYS, JAMES C., Della Taa Della . . . Atlanta, Ga. KARR, RICH?-If J 9 1 qs W, f ', .-J. V - 3 Y' HEAD, CLARENCE M., JR ...... Decatur, Ga. KEENAN, JOHJ , JL 1 I, Q ,I5 , if Phi Gamma Della , KEITH, FREDEJ V, . ,... J . " 1 V.V,i , . ' , . HEARNE, DAVID C., 'JR ...... Nevkllberia, ga. KEITH, 'l A HIQASLEY, EDWARD F .... . . ,t anta, a. KEITH I 4 A QQ A my HECK, JOHN A., Theta Chi . . . Baltimore, Md. , 0 HEDGES, CHARLES S ..... Tarpon Springs, Fla. o KELI-EY, Dfigj , M Phi Gamma Della A KELII:vl3,Y,GlIEAD, - f HEEKE, JNIARION T. V. . . , .... tlanta, Ga. KEL , R ' HEISEL, RALPH A., Sigma Chi .... Atlanta, Ga. KELLYJOSEPI HELLERSTEDT, WILLIAM E. . . Blue Ridge, Ga KENDRICK, RI' HELMS, MYERS J., JR. . . . . ., . Malone, Fla v HELRIS, SEBA G. . . . Union Springs, Ala. KENNEDY, JA1' .I U N I 0 R S 0 KENNERLE Jt KENNEY, EIS l'lliNIJl:llSUN, Rotslilt li .... . Atlanta, Ga. J' " Vj , A KEYSER, AI-BE HIQNDIQRSON, WII.1.IAM P., JR. . . Amerieus, Ga. HJ-' ll , ' , V ,,-,' , KILLIAN, Wir llIaNRY, JASIIES P ..... . . Atlanta, Ga. J, if X , I: KIMMEL, ROB l-lIfNRI', 'l'IIOSIAS P. . . . . . College Park, Ga. . - hrs. 3' , 7 A -. ff' V, ,Qi KING, ROBERT lllillhlb, l5Il.l.Ili B ......... Smyrna, Ga, 4' A 2- , J, ,' HIQRNDON, l2l.lZAl5li'l'H C., fllphi Xi Della . Atlanta. Ga. 5, - " - " 3 V . . I , , , .. , V , J 0 KINGRY, SIDNI HICKS, l2NIORx' G., JR. .,... Birmingham, Ala. . Q ' L, , 4,1 KITTEL, JOHN HILL, GAIIRIIQI. C., Ill, Slglllcl Chi . Spartunlnurg, S. C. ,fl ' ' ,f KLAAS, ANTH l'lIRSt3II, BENJASIIN ....... Atlanta, Ga. , ,e ' , r V KLEIN, GREG I-IIRSCIISIAN, I-IIQNRI' ...,, Charleston, S. C. Q J . , --' KLEPPER, ALI HOLLAND, XVILLIAM Ii. . . , . . . Chipley, Fla. .pa h., S , , fav 5 3 Jia., Q2 . A KNOX, PETER lolOLl.Ill:XY, RIQVIIIQN A., Delia 'lan Delta . Auletrsta. Ga. 21, . J , . - r ff S A . 1 l'lOl.'l', JACK N. . . . St. Petersburg, Fla. 2' t, -llfl 5 , , V I 4 9 KNOX, RALPIE HOOVER, ALAN li .... . Germantown, Tenn. ,A Q fi, M KOHLHASE, C l-lOxw'ARD, IfRANK R., JR. . . . . Atlanta, Ga. A . KOLMAN, ROI HLIIIIARII, XY'll.LIAM M., JR ..... Houston, Tex. Eg, - ' V, , . I KRATSCII, R15 Hl'lflfAKl2R, ROISIERT li ..... Chrittztnooga, Tenn. l , I KROLL, BERN ,Ph1 Della 'llhela V ,' v :L '. ZR k IA , .f f , '22 ,-M., , KYLE, RONAL HL'Glll?S, CARL C ...... W. ASheville, N. C. f I , A Q . , - S A-aa f A I -aff I ., l-lL'tsIII5S, lix'IaRIi'I'I' M. . . . . Union, S. C. l ' ,V ' A ' J 3 Hl.'GlllEY, DANIEL R., . ., . . . Baltimore, Mtl. A V JR 2 3 ggfklg, , ' JV, A Ph! ,Slglnrl .kappa ' ' 'J N" "" TT 1, ,V, Ht'N'I'IaR. CLINTON M., JR .... Greenville, S. C. J ff V "' f f r V, Kappa .-llpha I , r , , I i , I f, l'lL"I'ClllESON. CIIARLIES M.. JR .... Decatur, Ga. -,TP J Q an ' ,,, I .2 V .ll Q V V, f , :Q .-llpha Tim Omega , .V.' , , 5 A f , . ', I HVTCIIISON, PIuI.I.Iv T., Sigma .Na . . Atlanta. Ga. f . fl' J I A ii . li? fa! IIIORG. GIQNIE I... Sllffi-1 Phi ISP-film' - - Atlanta. Ga. I 8, , J A ' Q , J A , i' . ,V c g A 0 ll.LGlE5, Allli, JR. .YPQVIIJ .-llplra Iiprilafr . Columbus, Ga. mx Y A ISRAIQI., XY'II.I.IANI li.. .Allplnr Eprilaa Pi . Lenoir. N. C. IYIZY, HENRY A., JR., Alpha 'Ilm Omega . Decatur Ga. f 1 '. lvizr, JASIIQS C., JR ...... College Park. Ga. -, 39 , I -f, - ' l,.:n:h.l.z Chi .-llpha ,Q , A A X! Q ,. CQ' JACKINS, GIQOROIQ A.. JR ..... Kempsville. Xa. '24 fr' 5 -L 1 Kappa Signta J , l , " , , 'V ky 'T 'q 1 fVV JACKSON. IANIIQS li ..... . lE.iSt Point Gu . J J . A A ' W I' - - ' ' LA af ,skx f ' v',V,, Ji M . r t 'Q C I V 51 ,,., - I .. 0 JACKSON, KlZNNlZ'I'll M.. Pi Kappa Alpha . Atlanta, Ga. fi, . , J.'KCQl'lf'I'I'lZ. XY'II.I.I.xS1 J.. JR., 1. X. O. . Stanifortl. Conn. . , ' A 7 f li , JAt'NSI5N. XV.-XRREN H., D.f!:.r 'Ian Dtlfa . Augusta. Ca. lf.- Sa. A -4 :Q ff Sw A 551'-f 5 JIEDLICK.-I, CIIARI.I5S L .... , . Baltimore, hltl. ,111 V fu' ', - af YQ.-T t QIIZFFRIEY, ll-XVID XY., Kappa Sigvza - - Jcancrcttc, LI. :ll ' J ' . ' V t .J . . . ' - N' :- - A 1-1 ' 'N 1 " Je", JI2IfI2RIIfS. RONALD lu, Bt:.r Thaw P: . .-Xrlinuton, Va. iggffv. ff t' 'J V V, o JENKINS. ROIIIIRT L. .... Sr. SimonS lSlantl, Ga. V , " JERVIS, JL'Ll.-KX S.. 5igr1:..' .Yu .... Decatur, Ala. Q .V .. " ' V' AWN IESSEI2. Rt'SSIzLL D.. JR. . . ., . . . Atlanta. Ga. 3 7 , V, - Phi Gan: rn.: Dali.: JOHNSON. CIIARLES R ......, Deland. Fla JOHNSON. EDWIN H., Pi Kappa Alpha . Columbus. Ga . Ga. JOHNSON. GEORGE D., JR .... . Atlantg Sign.: Alph.: Eprifo ' z.V l0'2 -- hr . a. H 2' , ,1 X X M , ' Vai " f 4 aff . , 5, ,. , J . J , -Fr 9 I 1 ,X 1 ff " ' affffff' f - ., f , f i , 41 O S f , 1 Q, 1 if vi I f Q a . . I 5, A A , . , if ' . if 5 . W H' f. .L 1. az . .gay .- " - . 5 '-get r., Macon, Ga. 3 KOLMAN, RONALD, JR. ...... Savannah, Pfiftss, hflallta Xtlama Ga. t Ga, i G I P0i1-lt, anna, S. Q' Oocheei Fla, iy Face, Ga. 5ecatur, Ga' Jgham, Ala, nghami Ala, Toc , G YOfi5aN. QQ Atlanta, Ga. Pffrafur, Ga. V Iberia, La, Atlanta, Ga, ltimore, Md, SPfil1gS, Fla Atlanta, Ga Atlanta, Ga : Ridge, Ga Malone, Fla Springs, Ala. P V1 I . O E ir. O ' , B. G I . 5 JOHNSON, KEITH A. . ., . . 1. Washington, D. C, Delta Sigma Phi JO!-WSON, ORA G ........ Wilson, N, Y, Ga JOHNSON, ROBERT F. . . .1 . . Z . Atlanta, JONES, CHARLES M., Delta Sigma Phi Sarasota, Fla. JONES, EARL P., JR., Sigma Chi ., . Savannah, JONES, FRANCIS L., Phi Kappa Sigma Pensacola, a JONES, GEORGE H., Lamhala Chi Alpha LaGrange, JONES, THOMAS B., JR ....., Albany, JORDAN, FRED O., Sigma Nu . . . Atlanta, JORDAN, JOHN A., JR. ..... Pittsburgh, Alpha Tau Omega JORDAN, JOHN C., Chi Phi ..... Forsyth, JOYNER, WILLIAM E., JR ..... Decatur, Alpha Tau Omega KAPLAN, PHILIP A., Phi Eptiloa Pi . Baltimore, Md. KARR, RICHARD P., Phi Kappa Sigma . San Marcos, Tex KEENAN, JOHN P., Phi Kappa Tau . Rochester, N. Y KEITH, FREDERICK R., JR .... Saint Pauls, N. C KEITH, GARNETT L., JR., Sigma Chi . . Atlanta, KEITH, RICHARD B ........ Decatur, KELLEY, DONALD T., Sigma Chi . . . Decatur, KELLEY, JERRY C., Alpha Tau Omega . Mitchell, KELLY, GRADY V., JR ....... Smyrna, KELLY, JOSEPH D., Lamhda Chi Alpha . Rabun Gap, KENDRICK, RICHARD P ....... Marietta, Tau Kappa Eptilon KENNEDY, JAMES A., JR. .... College Park, Delta Tau Delta KENNERLY, JOHN F., Theta Xi . . . Atlanta, KENNEY, HENRY C., Kappa Sigma . . Moultrie, KEYSER, ALBERT R., JR ...... Pensacola, KILLIAN, WILLIAM P., Delta Tau Delta . Sarasota, KIMMEL, ROBERT B ...... Panama City, Ga Ga Ga Ga Fla Fla Fla KING, ROBERT M., Sigma Phi Eptilon . Memphis, Tenn KINGRY, SIDNEY K. ....... Chamblee, Ga KITTEL, JOHN P ........ Columbus, Ga KLAAS, ANTHONY R., Delta Sigma Phi . Mobile, Ala KLEIN, GREG H., Sigma Phi Epxilon . . Atlanta, Ga KLEPPER, ALLAN C., Phi Eptiloa Pi . Orlando, Fla KNOX, PETER S., III, Alpha Tau Omega . Thomson, Ga KNOX, RALPH N., Delta Tau Delta . College Park, KOHLHASE, CHARLES E., JR., Theta Chi . Americus Ga Ga Ga KRATSCH, RICHARD C ...... Milwaukee, Wis. KROLL, BERNARD, Tau Eprilou Phi . Flushing, N. Y. KYLE, RONALD K., Beta Theta Pi . . . Atlanta, Ga. 'R CLASS OF I 57 LAIRD, EDMUND C., JR ....... Atlanta, Ga. Sigma Alpha Eptilon LANSING, PAUL B., II, Sigma Chi . Webster Groves, Mo. LARIZZA, EDWARD P. ..... Pleasantville, N. Y. LASATER, JOHN P., Ill, Lamhda Chi Alpha . Paris, Tenn. LASSETTER, LEWIS A., JR ...... Atlanta, Ga. Tau Kappa Epfilotz LASSITER, THOMAS U., JR., Kappa Sigma . Moultrie, Ga. LAWRENCE, RICHARD N., JR. . . Johnson City, Tenn. LECRAW, RUPERT E., Chi Phi .... Atlanta, Ga. LEE, ALBERT J., JR., Phi Gamma Delta . . Cairo, Ill. LEE, CARL E. ....... Johnson City, N. Y. LEE, NORMAN W., JR ........ Mayo, Md. LEEPER, ROBERT M., Sigma Chi . . . Atlanta, Ga. LESLIE, WILLIAM F ..... . Cedartown, Ga. LEVERETTE, THOMAS J., JR. .... East Point, Ga. Delta Tau Delta LEWARE, JAMES F ...... St. Petersburg, Fla. Alpha Tau Omega LEWIS, EVAN L., Pi Kappa Alpha . Huntington, W. Va. LEWIS, FRANK W ......... Atlanta, Ga. LIEE, FREDRICK T ..... . . Tulsa, Okla. LIOTTA, STEPHEN J. . . . . . Atlanta, Ga. LITTLE, JOHN A. ........ Atlanta, Ga. LITTLE, ROBERT M. . . . . . Winchester, Tenn. Alpha Tau Omega LIVINGSTON, WILLIAM C., JR., Sigma Chi . Orlando, Fla LOARD, HENRY W., JR., Theta Chi . . . Atlanta, Ga LOEWENSTINE, ALLISON F .... Portchester, N. Yi ? I 1 I ., ,2 I3 iw AA., 1 1 Attalla Ala 0 LOGAN. EDWN L ..... . l , . A A ' l . Erwm, Tenn. LONG, JAMES A., Sigma An . . LONG' XVILBER L,, JR., I. S. 0. .... Ma-con, Ga. LO'I'I', LUTHER S., JR .... 2 . . Amencus, Ga. Sigma Alpha Epfilon LOXVNDIES, THOMAS, JR., Pi Kappa Phi . Decatur, Ga. LUIIEL, ALLEN M., Alpha Eprilozi Pi . Birmmgham, Ala. LUCK, GEORGE E. ....... Wrightsville, Ga. LLIIIWIG, WILLIS D., JR., Chi Pri . . . Narberrh, Pa. LUEIIIZRS, ROIIERT J., JR. . L . . . Savannah, Gu. Phi Sigma kappa LUNIJY, h1lEI.VlN D., JR ...... Chamblee, Ga. I,U'1'I'RI2LI,, JOHN I7 ...... . Decatur, Ga. MACDONALII, ROIIERT N .... . Decatur, Gu. Pi Kappa Alpha MACGREGOR, DANIEL S. .... Jellersonville, Intl. Alpha Tau Omega I 'R R451 f R. g . I I ,I . o ., -A - -Ju I ' 4 .In W L73 Q I , G , ,. ,. --.' . A Q3 A l- T f I , ' f r if - I . , AI, . I, T -n -'Q 17 2- f ,. . Y 4A .5 , . g ' :T ,, ', I ,Ar - a . .. . U I 37 Q A 4 "' A ,Q R 'I' I f 1 K 1 49 ' t J hlA'l'l'l5ON, RIIQIIAIIII C., Phi Dalia Thaia . Atlanta, Ga. hlAlll.IhlNG, XVILLIAM R., Dalia Sigma Phi . Atlanta, GII. M.-XXwIil.I., JAMES C., Phi Kappa Sigma . Pensacola, Fla. hlAXXY'lil,L, TIIOSIAS H., JR .... Avon Park, Fla. Tau Kappa Ifpxilwi MAY, JMQOII 'l'., Thala Chi . . Wlest Palm Beach, Flu. hlAYIiS, JOIE A. ......... Marietta, Ga. MQIIRAYIQR, TIIOSIAS I2 ....... Marietta, Ga. Mc1C.fII.I.uRI, RAI.IfII G., JR., Thrfia Chi . Wilmcrtc, Ill. MILCARISION, HORAc1Ii R., .Sigina Na . Maryville, Tenn. Mc1C.fxI'tzIIIaY, JOIIN W ...... Brrltimnrc, MII. Sirgma Phi liprilrm AlClCl.IENllON. JACK P., Kappa .S'i,qiua . Xvnrren, Ark. . E?-l UNIORSJWWJ ' I INIAGEE, KERRY B ...... Z . . Atlanta, Ga. BIALONE, NOEL H., JR., Sigma Chl . West Pomt, MISS. AIANGHAM, ARNOLD, Tau Kappa Epsilon . Atlanta, Ga. MANLEY, GAYLE N. . .,.... Moultne, Ga. BIANNING, WILLIAM H., JR. . . . Atlanta, Ga. BIARBUT, ROBERT G., Della Tan Delta . . Athens, Ga BIARNEY, THOMAS E ....... Vfrrycross, Ga. BIARTIN, GEORGE W ....... Chtton, N.. J NIARTIN, ROBERT E. ...... V1CkSbUfg, MISS MASON, RONALD T., Phi Della Thcfa , Clearwater, Fla INIASSEY, ELVIN H. . . . Barwrck, Ga. b V ii 5. I 1. on- . -if pg, . 1 If IR 'S' I lr mb '-1. il. 3, 'rs Alpha Tau Oniuga Mc:CI.Ifxcz, IHIANR I. ...... . Arlanrn, Gu.. MctCRORIav, ROI' B., JR., Chi. Phi . . Atlanta, Gn. MILD.-INIIQI., ROIIIQRT I. .... . Mc,DONAI.II, IQISNNIQTII IE. . . . Augusta, Ga. . Sumner MIQDONNIQLI., RICIIARII H. . . Manchester, MI:DOxx'IsI.I., IEIIIVAIIII D., JR ..... Macon, fl lpha Tan O nicga MciIEI.Rm', NORTON .... . MI1G.-xL't2IIY, IEIIIVARII I.. . . XVinIhrop, Mass. Camden, Ark. AICGIEIQ, XVll.l.l.-XM W.. JR, . . . Decatur, Ga. McilN'I'OSII, CII.-IRLIZS A., JR. . Srrvrrnnnh, Gn. Mc1IN'I'OSII, HISRIIIQRT A. . . . . Augusta, Ga MCKIENZIIE, J.-XMIES IT., JR. . . . ClIrIttrInOO,uu, Tenn Mc1KINI.I2I', ALTON P., JR., Kappa Alpha . New-nun, Gu MCKINNIQY, HENRY C.. III .,.. El Dorado. Ark MIZLIQROY, RICII.-IRII XV ......, Atlrmrn, Gu MCMILLIFN, JOHN F., Phi Kappa Tan . Canton, Ohio MCPIIIERSON, I.-XMIES T. .... Johnson City, Tenn. AlliSHlfl7HY, lilCIl.'XRl5 K., SR. . . SIJICI1 lSlLll"Ixl, X, ,imhrla Chi xll wha I I Mt'XY'IIOR'I'IER, HISNRY S, ..... S1IvIInnah, Ga. Phi Kappa Sig ma 0 MI1XY'IIOR'I'IzR. TIIORI.-IS R ..... Annantlalc, VII. MI2.fIIIoxx S. lfI.Ia1't'III2R E. ..... Jarksnnvillc. PIII. MIQIZKIZR, XY'Il.LIAM A., Sigma Nu . . Alliance. Ohio hllill.-XlflfI?Y, GIEORGIQ P. ..... Asheville. N. C. MIERCFR, l'lOXX'ARII L ..... Ch.Itr.Inoo,u.I. Tenn. K .: p p.: Si Q rn.: MFRCIER. JOHN E ..... . M.Irsh.Illvillc. GR, I MIQRQIQR. Al.-XRTYN C., JR. ..... Carlarrnwn, Gd, Phi Sl-QNIJ Kappa MIQRRIILI.. XYILLARII R.. JR. . . . . Arlanra. Ga. Tau Kappa Ifptilri li MIERRITT. GERALD R. ....... Broyton, Ga. AIICH.-XEL, IARIES Bu IR .... GCI'm.1nIOwn, Tenn, ' Pi Kappa .alpha MICIION. JOIIN M., I..1mh.!.r Chi Alpha . M.Iriann.1. Fla. MILE. JULIAN P. ...... T.Illul.Ih Falls. Ga. 2 ..,., , I . , Q ', x .. , . ., f, 5 ' -0' 6 . X'-0 gy ' ' , fl if ..- ... ,Q Q , . ., . I ' A 1 ,, A' A 4 if . A RE CLA MILEY, MILLER, MILLER, LER, FRED gIIh:LSr ROBEB MINOR, JAMEI l MITCHELL! . MOORE, DAVII vIooRE, HUN MOORE, JAME AUL MOORE, P MooRE, WILL Wu MORGAN , WI' MORGAN, MOSER, HUGH Moss, GEORGJ Moss, WII-UA Move, CLIFFC MUELLERI H1 MULLEN, JAN MURPHREE, L MURPHY, JAN MURPHY, JOH MURIPHY, LEW MURRAY, Rof NASON, GEOR NESMITH, WII NIEDERMEYER NORRIS, TROY O'BRYANT, RI OGLETREE, RC OLIVER, CALV 0'NEAL, CHAI O'NEAL, JOHN ORTIZ, MARCC OSMER, JERE C 0'STEEN, GEN OVERMAN, LAI PAISLEY, CLYD PALMER, GORI A't?'11a. Al . , a Rin, Tenn- Macon, G., lericus, Ga' 'ecatut-, Ga- lgham, 1fSville, Ga arberth, pa hannah, Ga lmbleei GH. iecatura GB.. lecatur, Ga. 7I1VlllC, Atlanta, Ga, Point, Miss. Atlanta, Ga, oultrie, Ga, Atlanta, Ga, Athens, Ga, aycross, Ga, ifton N a . Sburg, Miss. trwater, Fla, larwick, Ga, MILEY, CLARENCE C ..... . . , Tickfaw, La, MILLER, DON E., Kaffe Alpha - - KIHESPOH, Tenn. ,DONALD S ....... K' t , 3, Q, MILLER Lamhila cha Alpha lugs me MILLER, FREDERICK J. .... I . . . Atlanta, Ga, MILLS, ROBERT M., JR., Theta Chi . Georgetown, Conn, MINOR, JAMES E ........ Gainesville, Ga, MITCHELL, GEORGE H ...... Valparaiso, Fla. MITCHELL, ROBERT D., JR .... Fort Meade, Fla. MITCHELL, WADE T., Phi Delta Theta . Atlanta, Ga. MOORE, DAVID F., Phi Delta Theta . Chattanooga, Term, MOORE, HUNTER R., JR.. . . . Johnson City, Tenn. MOORE JAMES T., Phi Sigma Kappa . Knoxville, Tenn. 7 MOORE, PAUL J., JR., Delta Sigma Phi . Key West, MOORE, WILLIAM T., JR. . . . Fort McClellan, Pi Kappa Alpha MORGAN, WILLIAM J ....... Savannah, MORGAN, WILLIAM R ..... Birmingham, Delta Sigma Phi MOSER, HUGH E ........ Jonesboro, MOSS, GEORGE D., Lamhila Chi Alpha . Bronwoocl, Moss, WILLIAM L., II ....... Athens, MOYE, CLIFFORD L. . . . Atlanta, MUELLER, HUEL J ........ Macon, MULLEN, JAMES J ...... Ft. Lauderdale, Phi Kappa Sigma MURPHREE, LELAND C., JR .... Gainesville, MURPHY, JAMES L ...... . Atlanta, MURPHY, JOHNSON L., JR ...... Augusta MURIPHY, LEWIS T., JR., Theta Chi . . . Griliini MURRAY, ROBERT V ........ Rome, NASON, GEORGE F., III . . . . Wilmington, Beta Theta Pi Fla. Ala. Ga. Ala. Ark. Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. Fla. Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. Del. NESMITH, WILSON R., Beta Theta Pi . Birmingham, Ala. NIEDERMEYER, OSCAR D., JR. . Nicaro, Oriente, Cuba Sigma Chi NORRIS, TROY P., Phi Kappa Taa . . Paducah, Ky. O'BRYANT, RICHARD O .... West Memphis, Taa Kappa Epsilon Ark. OGLETREE, ROBERT A., Delta Tait Delta . Glenview, Ill. OLIVER, CALVIN C ....... Chickasaw, Ala. OINEAL, CHARLES H ........ Miami, Fla. O'NEAL, JOHN B., JR.' ...... Columbia, S. C. Delta Sigma Phi ORTIZ, MARCO A.. .... Guatemala, Guate., C. A. OSMER, JERE G., Theta Chi .... Vero Beach, Fla. O'STEEN, GENE N ....... Thomasville, Ga. OVERMAN, LARRY J. . . . . Tullahoma, Tenn. PAISLEY, CLYDE A. . . . . Atlanta, Ga. PALMER, GORDON G. . . Gladwin, Mich. CLASS OF' l 57 PARIKH, ANIL G ....... Ahmedabad, India PARKS, ROBERT S ........ Savannah, Ga. Kappa Sigma PARRISH, BOBBY M ...... . Pulaski, Ga. PATTERSON, WILLIAM O., JR. . . . Grifiin, Ga. Phi Delta Theta D PAULK, LINTON A., Beta Theta Pi . . Douglas, Ga. PAYNE, BLANTON M. ..... . Winder, Ga. PAYNE, JACK V., JR ....... Dunwoody, Ga. PEACE, STUART E., Lamhzla Chi Alpha . Franklin, Va. PECK, ROBERT P ........ Ben Hill, Ga. PEELER, MILLER A., JR ....... Atlanta, Ga. PENA, AUGUSTO J ...... Caracas, Venezuela PERCIVAL, DAN S., R. ..... Panama City, Fla. J Phi Kappa Tau PERRIN, VICTOR D., Sigma Chi .... Atlanta, Ga. PETROPOLE, JOHN A ........ Rome, Ga. PHILLIPS PHILLIPS JAMES D ...... Birmingham, Ala. Sigma Alpha Epsilon WILLIAM A ...... LaGrange, Ga. Delta Sigma Phi PICKREN, ROY A., JR., Kappa Sigma . New Orleans, La. PINNELL, JOSEPH K., Delta Tail Delta . Augusta, Ga. PORTANOVA, PETER L. .... White Plains, N. Y. PORTER, WILLIAM S., JR ..... Wauchula, Fla. PORTWOOD, HENRY R., JR ...... Atlanta, Ga. Delta Taa Delta POTTER, DIXON G ....... Madison, Tenn. POWELL, ARTHUR G ..... . .I Atlanta, Ga. POWELL, GENE R. . . . Lincolnton, Ga. Rll'l.l-.Y, lllUMAS A IR .-Q, 'Q I I Sfgfiia' fllphtr 'lipifm Rl'l'l'l'lNllfYlili IOIIN M., JR. . . Balt: Thrill Pj Rl'l'l'lER, l'xl.Al s ll. . . RlVKNMARK,l1ARVhY Bu HL . ROIIIaIt'I'S, l'lI7t3II R., -lll., .Sigma Chl . . ROIIIeR'I's, JAMES B., lift.: 'lhtfla Pi ROIsIaR'I's,JOIa H. . . ROIIIQRTS, BlARl0N l.. . ROIIIaR'I'SON, 'l'llOMA5 li. . ROIsIaR'ISON, TIM C. . A l 4 6 3 l , I RK x JUNIORS . Atlanta, Ga. . Atlanta, Gu. 'l'allalIttssec, lfltt. Savanntth, ba. . Atlanta, Ga. . Russell, Ky. Xvliitwell, Tenn. Jonesboro, Gtr. Richmonrl, Va. . Atlanta, Gu. Charleston, 5. C. ROIIINSON, RliLilNAl.lJ li., JR. . ROIIINsON, XVll.l.lAM M., JR., Chi Pri . LaGrange, Ga. RODQLERS, JOIIN A., -Ili .,..... Marietta, Ga. RODOIQRS, JOIIN C., Rapp., .xigffra . . ljaltimore, Mtl. ROIJGIERS, NVll.l.lAM H.. 'Ilia Kappa liprilmr . Maron. Ga. ROLLINS, ROY Li., l'lIl .xlllllltl Kappa . . Augusta, GTI. ROTII, AlARVlN J., Phi liprilfm Pi . New Milford, N. J. ROXYIE, ROIIIQRT A. . . . . . . Augusta, Ga. RUXY'l.ANll, HIENRY S.. lll ,... Birminglunm, ALI. Phi Dt ll.: 'l'ht'lrI ROZlfl.l.li, GFORUIE D., Ph! Kappa 'Ian . Pgllmkcc, l5ltI. Rt'MIII.Ii. ,lOSlEl'll XY. Rt'sII, -lOllN XY, . . Rt'sIIIN, ROllliR'l' R., 31,011.1 clit Rt'sII'I'ON. l4I1I.I.txI . S.-Xl.YAlIOR. MARIO lf. . . Atlanta, Ga. . Rome, Ga. . . Atlant.I,G.I. . Twin City, Gu. Canxttgucy, Culu SANDERS, FR.-XNK B ..... . Dawson, Ga. SANFORD, BRIAN XY., 'l'ht!.1 Chr. Montgomery, Ala. S.-WP. 'lOSlil'll C.. P: Rapp.: .-llpha . . . Vitlalta, Ga. SAR.-XYO, -lAMlfS Y., 'I'ht:.r tjlt! . . . Newport, R, l, SAVlfl.l., W'll.l.l.XM H., XlQlli.I Chi . AIlJDl.l, Ga. SAYIID, Nl0llAMlfll ll. SCLKRPlfl'lAA, RIfIxAI.IwO 'l'.::1 K Jpp.: lfpiilun St'IIAIfIf.MIiRIaIII'I'IILQ..IR. , . . . SClllEMMliL, l.IfO B., JR SCHMIIIT. Rlt ll.XRl1 M. St'IINIaPIfIf. ROIIIfRT XX' 0 SCllOliNlfliLll, l:Rlil3 R. .. .N1,,v... .Xa . . 5lxlOll,l.Cl7,lllUl1 Bogota, Culonilwia Yiqlcslwurg, Miss. . . Alljllll, Ga. New York, X. Y. R Irv.: C fi . B.1ltinIOre,5ltl. .. ,l .. St1III'IfssLIfR. MORGAN M. . Rapp.: .al:'pf'.r SCIIt'Lz, Rl'lIOl.lf li. . SCl'lL'STlZR. lRXXlN X. . . . Phf lff'.ff.'f1I: l SCOTT. lEL'GI2NIf D.. tiff-5 Pi-5 . SEATON. XY'lLLlAM XY . . .'XIlJDlJ.GJ. . Roanoke, Ala. . . -I-.lHlP.1,l'l.1. . . St. Petersburg, Fla . . Rome, Ga ' IR NNW' X71 . Atl.Int.1,G.1. ., .,,.x f I .X R 19 .QQ -.ff "IF" Qt -1 . K .. da B A l I ibzw I 'ma fl... i I XA 'D ff in I l' sl" POWER, HARRY D. . . . Atlanta, Ga. PRATT, RICHARD B., JR. . . . . Atlanta, PRICE, PABLO G. ........ Cali, C010mb1a PRIESTLEY, JOSEPH T ..... Germantown, Tenn. PROPP ROBERT R., Phi Eprilon Pi . . Corinth, Miss. PROSSBR, THOMAS E. . .... Coral Gables, Fla. Alpha Tau Omega LL CHARLFS B Ball Ground, Ga. PURCE , 1 ...... PUTMAN, DONALD l-I., Lambda Chi Alpha . Austell, Ga. UANT GUILLERMO A Managua Nicaragua Q , 1 .... , RAHUN, ROBERT L., JR. ...... Thomson, Ga. Alpha Tan Omega RANEW, ROBERT C., Theta Chi . . . Savannah, Ga. RATHER, DANIEL B. ...... Birmingham, Ala. Sigma Alpha Epsilon RAY, DONALD L., Sigma Phi Epsilon . Kenova, W. Va. REBANE, HENN, I. S. 0 .... Burke's Garden, Va. REDDEN, PAT T. . . . ..... Murray, Ky. REED, CHARLES L., JR. ....... Atlanta, Ga. REED, WILLIAM A ..... West Palm Beach, Fla. Tau Kappa Eprilon REESE, JOHNNY M. ........ Atlanta, Ga. REEVES, ROBERT P., Theta Chi . . Fitzgerald, Ga. REID, FRED D, ...... . Atlanta, Ga. REMSON, JACK G., Them Chi . . Atlanta, Ga. RHODES, CLEM O., JR. ....... Norfolk, Va. RICHARDSON, JEWETT E., JR. . . . Montgomery, Ala. Sigma Alpha Eprilon RINER, JAMES R. . . . . . . . .Adrian,Ga. :W 1 4 - s 106 2 N o SELF, GORDCZIL SEWELL' PA T SHADGETL PE SHAPARD, SHEPPARD, R SHERROW, HE VER, MARIA E o SH1 SHOEMAKEK 5HORNHoRsT, SIBLEYI WILLI' 5 RALPH 3IItE , UF SILLSI ARTH o SIMMONS, OSC 5LAToN, GEOF SMITH, CHARL SMITH, EARL 1 SMITH, EDWAR SMITH, THOMA 0 SMITH, WILLI. SNAVELY, MIC SNYDERI DP-V1 soci-IRIN, SUM SOULIER, PAU. SPACE, CHAR1 o SPLAWN, JAMI SPRAGINS, GE1 SPRUELL, Hut STAFFORD, GC STAMM, CHAR STASTNY, TH1 0 STEELE, WILL STEPHENS, Rt STERN, LAWRI STEWART, WI STOMBERG, G2 STORLEY, RIC 0 SUAREZ, CARI SUMRALL, Nr SWANSON, CA SWARTZ, EDW SWAVELY, CR, SWINDLER, Pl -G round SHIVER, MARLIN B ....,. . . Lakeland, Atlan lftlanigi 3: lr, Qolombia towns Tenn agflgh, Missi 2 les, Fla- , G , Austell, G:- fi, Nicaragua homson, Ga. lvamlah, Ga. Ingham, Ala, Iova, W, Garden Murray Atlanta fl Beach, Fla. Va, 9 VH. , Ky. ,Ga. Atlanta, Ga, itzgerald Atlanta, Ga, Atlanta, Ga, Norfolk, Va, YSOIHCIV, Ala, , Ga. Adrian, Ga, tram.: is 'rfsav -z' 2 1- . . . 34 . Y s I , . 7 f ,H V, . . g al aL ggi Q' W a! , 1 . lf"-ff.l -E J .5 giant .P A "" SELF, GORDON H. . . . . Atlanta, Ga, SEWELL, PAUL C., JR ...... Cave Spring, Ga, SHADGETT, PETER L ........ Athens, Ga, Delta Tau Delta APARD THOMAS L III Kappa Alpha Grimm SH 1 " " ' ' U a SHEPPARD, ENMAN .lu JR- . ----- . Dublin, SHERROW, HERBERT R., JR., Kappa Alpha . Decatur, Ga. Ga. Ala. Fla. Lamhala Chi Alpha S1-IOEMAKER, EDWARD R., JR. .... Waycross Ga, Delta Tau Della SHORNHORST, ROBERT J-, JR-' .... Miami, Fla. SIBLEY, WILLIAM A. L., JR., Sigma Chi . Union, S, C, SIKES, RALPH S. ........ Savannah, Ga, SILLS, ARTHUR D. ...... Miami Beach, Fla. s SIMMONS, OSCAR W., JR. ..... Statesboro, Ga. Phi Kappa Tau SLATON, GEORGE H. ..... . . Boaz, Ala. SMITH, CHARLES W ..... . . Decatur, Ga. SMITH, EARL M. . . . Greenville, S. C. SMITH, EDWARD J. . . . . . Marietta, Ga. SMITH, THOMAS M ....... Sanclersville, Ga. SMITH, WILLIAM E., Lamhda Chi Alpha . Raleigh, N. C. SNAVELY, MICHAEL C. .... Mexico City, Mexico Tau Kappa Epsilon SNYDER, DAVID L., Delta Sigma Phi . . Atlanta, Ga. SOCHRIN, SUMNER B. ...... Se mour, Conn. Y Alpha Epsilon Pi SOULIER, PAUL R ....... New York, N. Y. SPACE, CHARLES C., Pi Kappa Alpha . Jacksonville, Fla. SPLAWN, JAMES L ...... . Rutherford, N. C. SPRAGINS, GEORGE L., Sigma Nu . . Huntsville, Ala. SPRUELL, HUGH J. ........ Atlanta, Ga. STAFFORD, GORDON P., JR., Sigma Chi . Fitzgerald, Ga. STAMM, CHARLES F. ..... Johnson City, Tenn. STASTNY, THEODORE G ...... Baltimore, Md. Sigma Phi Eprilon STEELE, WILLIAM J. ..... Aquirre, Puerto Rico Bela Thela Pi STEPHENS, ROBERT L ........ Macon, Ga. STERN, LAWRENCE S., Phi Epriloa Pi . Jacksonville, Fla. STEWART, WILLIAM A., JR ..... Tupelo, Miss. STOMBERG, GEROLD W. ..... Vero Beach, Fla. STORLEY, RICHARD A. . . Beloit, Wise. SUAREZ, CARLOS E. ....... Holguin, Cuba SUMRALL, NEAL B., Tau Kappa Epiiloii . Atlanta, Ga. SWANSON, CARL H., Sigma Chi . Detroit Lakes, Minn. SWARTZ, EDWIN H., Alpha Epsilon Pi . Salisbury, N. C. SWAVELY, CRAIG E., Phi Kappa Sigma . . Lebanon, Pa. SWINDLER, PAUL E ........ Marietta, Ga. CLASS OF '57 TALLEY, WILLIAM F., JR., Sigma Chi . . Atlanta, Ga. TANNER, CHARLES M., III ..... Palatka, Fla. TATRO, PETER R., Sigma Phi Epriloii . Westfield, N. J. TAVENNER, DONALD L., Theta Xi . Springfield, Ohio TAYLOR, JACK D .......... Lyons, Ga. TAYLOR, PHILLIP T ..... . . Atlanta, Ga. TAYLOR, THOMAS M., JR., Sigma Chi . Kingsport, Tenn. TEAGUE, WILLIAM T ., Phi Kappa Tau . Marietta, Ga. T ERAMO, JOHN L., Pi Kappa Phi . . Cedarhurst, N. Y. TESTON, THOMAS J ......... Jesup, Ga THERREL, ROBERT C., Sigma Nu . . . Atlanta, Ga THIGPEN, JAMES G., JR ..... . Decatur, Ga THOMAS, WILLIAM N., Alpha Tau Omega . Vidalia, Ga THOMPSON, CHARLES W. ..... Savannah, Ga THOMPSON THOMPSON JOHN C., JR. . . Wellesley Hills, Mass ROBERT E. ..... Jacksonville, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fla THOMPSON, ROBERT L., Chi Phi . . . LaGrange, Ga THOMPSON, WILLIAM H. .... . Atlanta, Ga. o THOMPSON, WILMER R. . . . Atlanta, Ga. THRUSTON, ALFRED D., JR, ..... Atlanta, Ga. TILLMAN, GRAY E. ....... Columbus, Ga. TIPTON, JAMES A., Phi Kappa Tau . Brownsville, Tenn. TOLBERT, RALPH H., JR., Sigma Chi . . Athens, Ga. TOMLINSON, ELWYN C ....... Atlanta, Ga. Sigma Alpha Eprilou SD ir 107 JUNIORS WI.I.t.II, lloI'S'I'oN L., -lll. .... Hattieslnuru, Miss. X"L'lil.DuN, UIAMLS XV., -IR., Signia Chi . . Tampa, Fla. XVl:l.l.S, lilmxxzxlilw XV ......., Macon, Ga. YY'lil.l.S, J. NORMAN .... Kingsland, Ga. XY'II.x'i'I.Iix', 'l'oM G., 'l'htf1a Chi . . . Helena, Ga. X'Xi'lll5NAN'l', RIt.IIARIm A. . . . . Iinka, N. C. XY'lll'l'l-Q, CQIIARLI-5 C., -lll ...... Columbus, Ga. Xigiiia Alpha lfpjilml XVIIITIQ, l,,xxx'RIaNtgIz XY., Phi Kappa Sigma . Atlanta, Ga. X'i'lll'I'l6, RONALD B ,...... Owensboro, Ky. XY'III'I'I2IIIi.'xD, RILIIARD li, hlli. . . Alpha Tau Omega . . Atlanta, Ga. XY'III'I'I.IeY, lfR.'xNR L., -lll .,.. Ventnor City, N. J. w'lll'I'l'lNKi'l'ON, lfl.l.lS L ,... . . . Omega, Ga. XK'llOR'l'0N, RoI4IaR'I' B., lll . . Gatlstlen, Ala. XVIIftpM.fxNN, lfR.fxNt1Is l.. . . . Baltimore, Mtl. XY'II.I.II.-IM, l'l.fXllOl.lb, JR. . . . Atlanta, Ga. XY'ILI.I.IxMS, Joiix B., JR. . . . . Macon, Ga. X'i'II.I.I.-IMS, MoRRIs M. . . . . . Orlantlo, Fla. NY'lI.l.I.'xMS, W'll.l.lfXM lf. . . . Chattanooga, Tenn, Kappa .Ylgiiia XY'll.l.l.-XMS, XY'ILI.I.'xM V., JR. . . . . Macon, Ga. l..m,-hila Chi Alpha XY'II,I.oI't1IIIn', RoIu2R'I' li ...... Decatur, Ga. XY'II.SoN, lfRNl5S'l' XY' ......., Macon, Ga. I,-IIIIIALI Chi Alpha XVILSON, P.xl'l.. -IR ..... lfast Northport. N. Y. Yi'II.soN, 'l'll0M.XS M. ....... Austell. Ga. XY'lMlllfRl.Y, -lOSlFl'll J.. lll .... College Park, Ga. lit 1 'l'lv 1 Pi f. .tli XK'INuoRN, SAM R., JR., Kappa ,fllpha , Qulumlwus, Ga. XVINN, XY'll.l.l.XM H., Phi Cli1m11z.1 Iptlfrl . Bellaire, Tex. XYISF, XYIl.l.l.XNl l.., lll ..... C.Imbritl,ur:, Mtl. XY'OI.l-'ORIL BYRON G ..... Newport News, Va. XY'0Ol1ll.XM, lfl5XX IX Vl., l'f Kiipfltl .-Ilpha , l,.IGr,Ingg, Ga, Wooiis, 5.XMl'lfl. .-X., JR. . , . XYooIm'.xRD. J.xMIfs H.. JR. , . X' 'iz' I' Ph' Ppfilfin XY'UOl1YI7.XR, XY'II.I.I.xM li. . . . XYRAY. Joiix D.. 'l'ifa:.: cjhi XYRIGIIT, J. Q .,.... XY'RlLillT. RoRIfR'I' B., Chi lit: . X'i't'NIiR.xM, liIixxe.xRIi C. I" K Tp.: .'lJph.1 . .I XY'I'Rs'I', JAMES li. , . XY'x'.x'I'I'. GIQNIQ B. . . . X'i'YATI', JAMES C .... . . Yoxv. JESSE C.. JR.. Dtlra 'I'.::i DJ: ZANToPt'Los. HARRY . . . . ZRAR. JACK J.. .tilplaf Ep,.'g,fm, Pi . . Brunswiclz, Ga. . Tulsa. Olila. . Harwootl, hltl. . R.Ilt:iul1, N. C. . l,lGf.1D,EC,GL1. . Copiauuc, N. Y New Orleans, La . . . hlciuS,G.I bt Petersburg, lila . . Jackson. Tenn . . Atlanta. Ga. . Canton, Ohio . . T.1mpa,Pl.i. .- , .... A , , , 2 lv r ,,, 'a .e 9, A wa gn' M l V I . I .A fi , Pi i ,I 51 ,D . I 31' 5 5 - .. 4- '-,' . f ., ' ' I -fa Q .' TOUCHTON, CHARLES F., III, Sigma Chi . Dade City, Fla, TOWNS, DONALD L., Phi Gamma Delta . Decatur, Ga, TRANSOU, THOMAS B., Kappa Sigma . Houston, Tex, TURNER, EUGENE W., JR., Kappa Sigma . Marietta, Ga, TURNER, JAMES A., JR ..... Winnsboro, S, C, Alpha Tau Omega TUSSEY, JEROME L., Theta Chi . . St. Petersburg, Pla. TUT'l', CLARENCE B., Kappa Alpha . . Columbus, Ga, TYSON, OVERTON S., Lamhzla Chi Alpha . Linclale, Ga, VALENTINE, MAX L ..... O' ' r r , Sigma Chi XVALLEJO, ROIJRIGO ..... VARNEDOE, HOWARD . VAUGHN, HENRY C. . lslahoma City, Olclq, . . Cali, Colombia . Lumber City, Ga, . Charlotte, N, C, VICKERS, DREW L., Kappa Sigma . . . Moultrie, Ga. WAGNER, WILLIAM B .... Delta Tau Delta WALKER, ARTHUR H ..... WALKER, WILLIAM R .... WALZ, KENNETH G ..... WARE, FRED A., JR., Chi Phi . . Rome, Ga WARIE, PAUL N., Delta Tau Della . . WARSHAW, STANLEY I., Phi Eptilon Pi . Boston, Mass WATTS, WILLIAM T ..... WAY, DAVID L., Phi Kappa Tan . WEAVER, EMORY L ........ Tavares, Fla WEBB, DELMAS L., JR., Lamhila Chi Alpha . Macon, Ga rf! ' 4 ga? K A . '41- -. 5 Al F g mass fa., ' ' , if l ., A, Q.. ,KN ' T . I i il 4 'D I I . 7 .t,, .. 1 . X 15 . ft lox . ,. I I 'V' V . - I I "3 . Fairmont, XV. Va. . Fayetteville, Ga. . . Concord, Tenn. . East Point, Ga, . . Augusta, Ga, . . . Monroe, Ga. . Ridgewoocl, N. J, Il's A 52.21, T .Q P, X fi ,f 1 Wy f. "s- f .mm Dade City, Fla, Decatur, Ga- Houston, T . ex. Marietta, Ga. msboro, S, Q, etersburg, Fla. Iolumbus, Ga, . Lindale, Ga, na C' - ity, Okla. Cali, Colombia uber City, Ga, harlotre, N, C, Moultrie, Ga. mont, W. Va. ayerreville, Ga. joncord, Tenn. East Point, Ga. Augusta, Ga. , Rome, Ga. Boston, Mass. , Monroe, Ga. dgewoocl, N- J- Tavares, Fla. va . MaCOIl, Ga- lq Wlqai' ll It's The PeOPle That Make Tec .4 WV! X ,M , I .1 W' . .U , 'S n ,f WL A l I ,M l S mf 'bf' lf 41' .rw-A X .,, 1. ' .. , if i ' . f s 'T XM. . 1 M im" -q fl? A f fx ' wi This rrio guided the Sophomore Class. They are Lynn Strickland, Vice-Presi- dent, Fred Osborne, President, and Bob Buck, Secretary-Treasurer. fl "W ': .R , . . , -"f'tQg'5Vg V", L' D- .N . ' Q .x 5 ,z 9 an -4 Q 1 l f 'H '31, K K' J - ' ' SOPHOMORE CLASS ADAMS, -IOHN R., I'lJi Ijvflzl Them . Halwkinsville, Almsls, Ll.oYlm N., ,IR ....,.. Savannah, Almxls, RollliR'l' B., Phi Siem.: Kuppf: . Baltimore, Md. Almsls, Wll.l.lAxl W., III, Sigma Chi . . Arlnnru, Ga. AxRll1ola, ulmllss M ........ Pelham, Ga. Al.llRl'l'l'oN, Dfmllal. I.. ...... Camden, Ala. ALLIEN, BONA, IV, Signm fllplm lfprilrm . Buford Ga. ALLEN, .IUDSON T., jR. ..... Montezuma, Gu. Sjlllllcl flfplm lfplilrm Al.'l'lENl5liRN, Dolfczms C. . . . Germllnrown, Tenn. Kappa fllplm 2 4' ANlmliRsoN, -lollx B., Ill ,... Gainesboro, Tenn. Bda -I-hbftl Pi Axlmlalxsox, joslilfll R. ...... Wichica, Kans. 'lim Iiuppfz Ifpfilan Axlmlaxvs, Al.l.lzx K., Keppn Silqnm . . Bnlrimore, Md. ANlmRl2ws, FRANK E. . . . Augusm, Gu. ARCHER, Hoxli S., JR. . . . . Arlglnm, Ga. ARc:lllzR, ,l.-xxllis H., -IR. . . . . Arlrinra, Ga. ARDON, IZRICK ....... Alajuclzl, Costa Rica ARNol.lm, M.'xL'Rlr3lz W., -IR. ,.... Bogota, N, -I. AsllToN, -lmllis D., 'IM-fd Chi . . . Hopewell, Vu. AT.-xssl, Gll.-xzw.-xx S, . . Homs, Syria AT.-xssl, I-ill.,xl.ol'li S. . . . Homs, Syria Bfxllv.-xx. -Iollx . . . X'Ol'1kC'l'S,N. Y. -0 Brxciox, Rlc1llARli C. . . . B.-xciox, Rolllfm' D. . . B.-xl:xx'l2l.l., ,lfmlfs lf.. Keppli .llphlr . . lrwinton, Ga. lrwinton, Ga. . Gainesville, Ga, B.-lll.lss, l2l.lllaRT I... Kdppli .l'i,4m.1 . XE'.llh.illu, S. C. B.-xll.liY, FRANK B. ...... . Dcdlrur, Gul. B.lll.lax', Rlcill.-xRlv C ...... . Arldnm, Ga. Xfflllil xlfffful 1ffH.5fnr,' B.-xlslwlfx, Dux.-xl.lw N ..... . Leesburg, Fla. B.-xl.i1lSR.-xx. RolllQR1' S. ..,,.. Bdlrininre, Md. L.m:l1.!.: Cflfli xlfpll.: B.xl.L.'xRn, RonlfRT M.. JR.. Drk.: 71m Drk., . Rome. Ga. B.ll.l.E'r, Mlcll.usL. PM D.-Ire Tb. . Birniinghdm. Ala. BARKER, joslzml T. .....,.. Auron, Ga. BARNm'r. Bll.LY. JR. .,,,. Winner Robins. Ga. B.xRNll.lRnT, JACOB C.. JR.. Sigru.: rim . Clurlorre, N. C. BARON, DONALU A. ...... P.1lm Bench, Pls. BARRY. ARTHUR P.. .IR ....... Maron, Ga. Sigm.: .lfplnz Epxflfin 110 BARTON' R2 BATES' HU O BATLLE, J . BEACHAM1 BEAN, LAW' BEAUDROTi BEAVERS, R BECKER, W BELK, FR-41: L' BENTLEY, If BENZING, IN BERRY, ART BEST, CECII BIALKO, Al- BLACK, D01 BLACK, JOH BLAND, WI, BLANTON, l BLEDSOE, D Bono, JEAN BoGGs, BLA Ph0II1ore Class. nd, Vice-Presi. President, and reasurer. BARTON, ROBERT P., Kappa Alpha . . . Cordele Ga, BATES, HUGH F., JR., Sigma Chi . . . Wayctoss, Ga, BATES, JAMES R., JR. . . . Charleston Heights, S, C, Bela Theta Pi BATLLE, JOSE R. ...... Stgo. de Cuba, Cuba BAUGNON, WILLIAM F., Theta Xi . . . Atlanta Ga, BEACHAM, RICHARD C ....... Atlanta: Ga, BEAN, LAWRENCE M. .... . . Beloit, Wis. BEAUDROT, THOMAS P., JR ..... Tupelo, Miss, Phi Sigma Kappa BEAVERS, ROY K., Lambda Chi Alpha . Hapeville, Ga, BECKER, WILLIAM F. ..... Hempstead, N, Y, Phi Sigma Kappa BELK, FRANKLIN P., JR ...... Columbus, Ga. BENNETT, SIDNEY C., Della Tau Della . Waycross, Ga. BENTLEY, JOHN G. ...... Milleclgeville, Ga. BENZING, NELSON S., Delta Tau Della . Hamilton, Ohio BERRY, ARTHUR W., JR., Kappa Sigma . Memphis, Tenn. BEST, CECIL A ......... Columbus, Ga. BIALKO, ALFRED E ......... Farrell, Pa. BLACK, DONALD N. . . Augusta, Ga. BLACK, JOHN E ......... Augusta, Ga. BLAND, WILLIAM P., Sigma Chi . . Statesboro, Ga. BLANTON, ROY W., JR .... . Albany, Ga. BLEDSOE, DONALD W. .... . Atlanta, Ga. BOBO, JEAN E., Beta Theta Pi .... Lyman, S. C. BOGGS, BLAIR A., Sigma Chi . . Tallahassee, Fla. CL Ass OF'5s 111 0 BOIN, KARL L. . . . . . . . Baltimore, Md. BOLDEN, RONALD L., Theta Xi . . , Gainesville, Ga. BOND, DON E.. . . . . . . . . Reynolds, Ga. BONNEN, CHARLES W. . . . West Palm Beach, Fla. BOOTH, BARRETT L. . . . . . . Vicksburg, Miss. Phi Sigma Kappa BORDERS, VERNE H. . . . . . . Carrollton, Ga. o BORON, FRANCIS L., JR .... North Canton, Ohio BOSHER, JOHN L. . . BOULWARE, ROBERT A., Bela Theta Pi . Lakeland, BOXVERS, ALBERT W. BOWLING, HAROLD T., BOWMAN, JAMES A. . o BOYCE, HARRY F., JR., BOYD, WALTER L. . BOYENS, GEORG J. . BRADEN, RICHARD P. BRADFORD, NATHANIEL V. BRADLEY, NEAL E. . o BRADLEY, WILLIAM D. . BRADNER, HOWARD G., JR. Phi Sigma Kappa R'DY, JAMES W. . . . R 'NCH, PAUL A. . "R'NrON. EWIN L. . Chi Psi . . . . . .Savannah, Ga. Fla. . . . . . . . Atlanta, Ga. Theta Chi . . . Corclele, Ga. . . . . . Dry Branch, Ga. Phi Delta Thela . Columbus, Ga. . . . . . Baton Rouge, La. . . . . . . . Many, La. . . . . Zephyrhills, Fla. . . Linlolnton, Ga. . . . Decatur, Ga. . . . . Chatsworth, Ga. . . . .Glen Rock, N. J. . . . . . Savannah. Ga . . . . . Camilla, Ga. . . . Manchester. Tenn NRANDT, PETE S., Phi Delia Theza . . . Atlanta, Ga O BRFNNER. OLIVER D. . . BREWTON, KENNETH L., JR. . BREWTON, LEE K. . . . Elizabeth, Pa. . . Estill, S. C. . . . . . Atlanta, Ga. BRILLEMBOURG, RENE, JR .... Caracas, Venezuela BRVNKLEY. ROBERT C., Sigma Chi . Tullahoma, Tenn. BROADFOOT, JOHN W. . . . . . . .Vidalia, Ga. O BROCK, WILLIAM L., Chi Pri .... Carrollron, Ga. BROKENSHIRE, RICHARD W., Kappa Sigma . Macon, Ga. BROOKINS, NORMAN R ...... Columbus, Ga. Lambda Chi Alpha BROOKS, EARL D. ........ Marietta, Ga. BROOKS, ITHAMA B ....... Newberry, S. C. BROOKS, JERRY C. . . . . . Lithonia, Ga. I 0 BROOKS, WILLIAM B., Phi Delia Theta . . Atlanta, Ga. BROOKS, WILLIAM D. ....... Grilfin, Ga. J BROWN, ELLIOT C., JR. ....... Macon, Ga. I BROWN, J. HARVEY . . .... Augusta, Ga. BROWN, JAMES T. . . . Winston-Salem, N. C BROWN, JOE S. . . . . Royston, Ga A. I 'f" f5'Q'Ff 1 Wg ' I -, 2 4 Q -+ -e I 1 it f 3- f,F . .v I. B AY A N W I . ! u A It J lg: .9 f - I' Jjfff, .au . Xa L- V Q - "'fKx",. ' if , " it , ,M I, ,. ' , 1 ,,,,,, .. Nay' 3 ' 1 , 1 fm I JT if 3 . I ' . 1 ' I -. .N Ill... . Eff? A . I. A .I Q I, ',gj'5.,- i W Th.: riff.. A - ch ' TI?-PV' 0 - I tiff." I A lf A Q In A . I 1 -' . ,A , l, xfv .A A . hi , I fr ia A ' 'V' I 0 t,:v ' L.. ,3 'Shi . S tl -if if f . l .lah In L,-,x HW' -.4 :uh l I -... , , Il J ia. SGPHGMOR CIIAMPION, I.l"l'lIlER I7., Phi Ci'i1111111a Della . Atlanta, Ga. ClIANDl.IiR, DAVID D,, .Yi,Q111a Chi . Charleston, XV. VII. fill XPNI KY 'XIIYVR I3 III . Stone Mountain, Ga. LII.-Xl'I'IiI.L, ITIIRAM R., JR. ....,4 Atlanta, Ga, CIIAYIQS. .'XI.IIIER'l'O I. ..... Santurcc, Puerto Rico o LIIISNIIY, I-RIQIYIQRIIZR D.. JR. . . 0 CIIIERRY, BRI'CIz M., I'iK.1pp.1l'hi CIIIN. JASIIQS ....... CIIIOSSONIS, AI't9I'S'I'O li. . . CIIRISTOPIIISR, IEIIZNRY B., 1. X, 0 CI,.1Yt'RI'S1,GIQORCISI... . . , Cl..-XI'S.'XIll5I.l7..'XRTIIl'RI5. . . . 0 Cl..-XRK, BILLY R. . . t'L.xRR. CIIARI.IfS .-Y . t,I..xRR. 'IIFRRY li ,.,4 . CLARK, R.-XI.I'lI T.. JR. . . . . . CI.ARR,XY'I ' 'S CI..'xRRIf,5lIfRIfI1ITIIG. . . . I.Ll.XMI-..III,l7t.f.:1.1 fl . . DuhIin,Ga. . Thomasville, Ga. . . Atlanta, Ga. C.Ir.Ic.Is, Venezuela . Dalton, Ga. . . Oxford, Ala. . Gettysburg, Pa. . App.II.IchI.1, Xa. . Alex.IntIri.I Va. . Altoona, Iil.I, . . TOCCOQI. Cya, Diff.: . Arl.Int.I,G.I . . AfI.lf1I.l,Q3.li O CLARI-QI5, ROIIIERT A., Pi Rapp.: .-lip!-,i . Houston, Tux CLIFTON. ROY If .,,.,,. Coral Gables, Ifla I..:11:l:.:'.: Ch: .'I.'pl'.: COBB, JOSEPH li .......... Atlanta, Ga, COCIIRAN. JOHN M.. JR.. Nigii,-J N71 . Greenville, 5. C. CODNER, LEONARD ...... Lind O'L,ikgg, ffl, COGAN. ROBERT NI.. Phf K.:,!'f'.: Si,-11..: . PcnS.IQOl.1, I7I,1 BROWN, IOHNNIE W. ...... Providence, Ky, BROXVN, 'JOSEPH E ...... Battle Creek, Mich. Alpha Tall Omega BROWN, NEWMAN H., III .... Little Rock, Ark, Bela Thela Pi BROWN, ROY E., Alpha Tau Omega . . Columbus, Ga, BROWN, WILLIAM H., Theza Chi . . Gulfport, Miss, BRUCE, ROBERT E., Phi Kappa Tau . Washington, D, C, BRYAN, COLEMAN J., Chi Pri . . St. Augustine, Fla, BRYANT, CHARLES R., Phi Delza Them . . Miami, Fla, BRYANT, CLAUDE R., JR. ...... Atlanta, Ga. BRYANT, DAVID J. . . . Atlanta, Ga, BRYANT, ROBERT P. . . . Cocoa, Fla. BUCHSBAUM, ALAN J. . . Savannah, Ga, BUCK, ROBERT W., JR ...... Brooklyn, N. Y. Tdll Kappa Epsilon BURCH, BRITI' W., Tau Kappa Epsilon . . Atlanta, Ga, BURKS, WILLARD R., JR. ...... Lonoke, Ark. BURNS, ROBERT, JR., Phi Delia Theza . Jackson, Miss. BURTON, JACK S ..,...... Atlanta, Ga. BUSH, AUBREY M ....... . Macon, Ga. BUSH, JAMES F. . . ...... Zebulon, Ga. BUTLER, HENRY ........ Gadsden, Ala. BUTTON, HAROLD F. . , Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada Delta Sigma Phi CALAGNA, ANTHONY F ..... New York, N. Y. CALDWELL, JAY F., II ..... Tullahoma, Tenn. Phi Sigma Kappa CALMES, CLAUD C., JR. ..... Greenville, S. C. CAMERON, JOHN W ..... . St. Petersburg, Fla. CAMPBELL, HOMER L., JR., Chi Psi . . Villa Rica, Ga. CAMPBELL, WILLIAM B ..... Clarksdale, Miss. CANNON, HAL W. ........ Cordele, Ga. CANNON, ROBERT L. . . . Albany, Ga. CARNER, HAL L., JR. . . . Charlotte, N. C. CARPENTER, GEORGE W., JR. . . High Shoals, N. C. CARROLL, JESS M ...... Martins Ferry, Ohio CARSON, GERALD P., JR., Kappa Sigma . Savannah, Ga. CARSON, JOHN K ........ Reynolds, Ga. CARTER, JOHN A ......... Atlanta, Ga. CASACUBERTA, FRANCISCO M. . . Habana, Cuba CASON, BASIL E. . . Augusta, Ga. CASS, BARBARA J. . . . . . Atlanta, Ga. CERVEITI, JOHN M ....... Memphis, Tenn. Alpha Tan Omega CHAMBERS, HUGH G., I. S. O. ..... Ailey, Ga. CHAMBLESS, BOBBY D. . . . . . Conway, S. C. CHAMNESS, FRANCIS E. . . Bennettsville, S, C. ES . I-5. r ...,, . , . .s-Q" . I-. .tx A . iff' . fad' L 'r.f,.f"ff'f":ffffv W ,.. R R fi - -2' J,- ax I I . I 4 .4 A -A Ili I Col-IBN, Q CO1-IEN1 . CO1-IEN1 I: CoLE, WA COLLE'ITi COLLINS, A COLLINS, I COMSTOCK CONE, D0 CONE, WI CONNELLI CONNOLLT CONNORY CONWAY, CooK, BET CooK, CHI Cooic CooK, CooK, ME COPELANU , H0 Jos COPELANII JrOvidenCe K : Creek, ' . Y- . Mich ttle ROck, Ark COlumb 3H11fD0ri1sMga x 155 hlflgtgn, C Augustine, . Miami, - Atlanta - Atlantal y Savannah. Ga. rO0k1Yf1, N. Y, . Atlanta, Ga, Lonokey Ark' Jacksofli Miss. Atlanta, Ga. - Macon, Ga. Zebulon, Ga, Gadsden, Ala, hewan, Canada I' York, N. Y. lahorna, Tenn, reenville, S, C, letersburg, Fla, Villa Rica, Ga, arksdale, Miss. . Cordele, Ga. Albany, Ga. harlotte, N. C. . Shoals, N. C is Ferry, Ohio Savannah, Ga. Reynolds, Ga. Atlanta, Ga. Habana, Cuba l Augusta, Ga. Atlanta, Ga. emphis, Tenn. , Alley, Ga. Conway, S. C. ettsville, S. C- Fla. Fla. Ga. G . ' Cocoa FIS. COHEN, ARNOLD J., Phi Epsilon Pi . . Savannah, Ga. COHEN, KENNETH J. ...... Hollywood, Fla. COHEN, NEIL H., Taa Eprilon Phi . Hartford, Conn. COLE, DAVID P. ......... Nyach, N. Y. COLE, JULIAN V ...... Elizabethtown, N. C. COLE, WALLACE D. . . . . . Nicholls, Ga. COLLETT, RICHARD E ...... Greenville, S. C. Alpha Tau Omega COLLINS, DONALD B. ....... Forsyth, Ga. Sigma Alpha Eprilorz COLLINS, DAVID C., Alpha Tau Omega . Camilla, Ga. COMER, JERRY L. ......... Macon, Ga. COMSTOCK, RALPH J. ...... Norwalk, Conn. CONE, DONALD C. . . . . Marietta, Ga. CONE, WILLIAM G ....... Manchester, Ga. CONNELLY, RICHARD B. .... Chattanooga, Tenn. Phi Gamma Delia CONNOLLY, JOSEPH L., JR ...... Toccoa, Ga. CONNOR, MILES A., JR. . . Sampson A. F. B., N. Y. Theta Xi CONWAY, GLENN I., JR., Chi Phi . . LaGrange, Ga. COOK, BENJAMIN H. . . St. Germain En Laye, France Sigma Chi COOK, CHARLES L., Kappa Alpha . . . Atlanta, Ga. COOK, HOMER, JR ....... Clarkesville, Ga. COOK, JOSEPH I., Phi Kappa Sigma . Bainbridge, Ga. COOK, MERRILL C., JR. .... . Fairburn, Ga. COPELAND, ARTHUR J., JR .... . Grifhn, Ga. Phi Delia Theta COPELAND, WILLIAM R., JR. . . . Camden, Ark. Pi Kappa Alpha 1 :sag ss: 2 ASS OF '58 0 CORRON, CHARLES W. .... Huntington, W. Sigma Phi Epsilon O Cox BOBBY E. ......... Cordele Sigma Alpha Epsilon CRAVER, LARRY W. ........ Apopka Sigma Alpha Epriloii CRISP, CHARLES D ..... . . . Sarasota, , J Phi Gamma Delta CRUTCHFIELD, JAMES S., II . Howey-in-the-Hills, Pi Kappa Alpha Phi Delta Theta Pi Kappa Alpha Phi Gamma Delta H3 COX, ADDIS F. ........ West Point, COXZ JAMES N. ...... . St. Petersburg: COX, WALTER R., Phi Sigma Kappa . . Americus, CRONIC, EUGENE A ........ Augusta, CROSS, RAYMOND J., JR., Pi Kappa Alpha . Tampa, CROW, THOMAS G., Theta Xi ..... Adel, O CROWE, ANNE C. ........ Doraville, 0 DANGERFIELD, LIONEL ....... Atlanta, DANIEL, JAMES R. ....... Bowdon, DANIELL, HAL S., JR ...... College Park, DAVIS, ARTHUR W.. JR. .... Powder Springs, DAVIS, DONALD L. ........ Athens, DAVIS, EMERY G. . . West Palm Beach, Va. COSNER, JERRY L., Phi Epsilon Pi . . Kansas City, Mo. COURSEY, JOSEPH R., Theta Xi . . Trussville, Ala. COWAN, JOEL H., Alpha Tau Omega . Cartersville, Ga. COWARD, CLAUSON R. . . . North Charleston, S. C. Ga. Ga. Fla. Ga. Fla. Ga. CRAWFORD, LAWRENCE R., Theta Chi . Columbus: CRESON, ROY F., JR. ...... Memphis, Tenn. 0 CREWS, JOSEPH L., JR., Della Sigma Phi . Covington, Ga. Fla. CROMMELL OSEPH S ..... Washington, D. C. Ga. Fla. Ga. Ga. Fla. Ga. CUNARD, EDWARD A ....... Allentown, CURRY, JOHN C., JR., Kappa Alpha . Hattiesburg, Miss. CURTIS, DANIEL B., Phi Delta Theta . . Tampa, Fla. DALLAS, EUGENE J., Phi Sigma Kappa . Canton, Ohio Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. Fla. o DAVIS, HERBERT A. ...... New York, N. Y. DAVIS, RICHARD E. ..... St. Simons Island, Ga. DEAN, O. C., JR ....... Collierville, Tenn. DECARDENAS, GONZALO ..... Habana, Cuba DELAFOSSE, ROY E., JR ..... Grapeland, Texas DELANEY, DONALD R .... West Palm Beach, Fla. I DENBY, DON B., JR., Phi Gamma Delta . Carlinville, Ill. DENSON, WILLIAM F. .... . . . Atlanta, Ga. DIAMOND, EARL H ....... Clarksdale, Miss. DIAZ, MIGUEL A. . . . Habana, Cuba DICK, GEORGE A. . . Canton, Ga. I DICKEY, ODIS L., JR. . . Claxton, Ga. , I i,, 1. l t,'7 , .an ' 'QQ Q1 ,. gl '. S .. I, , A I It . 2 . sw I, Q . l' - I DIx, RICHARD E. . . . Atlanta, Ga DJUJICH, RADIVOJ ........ Gary, Ind, DODDS, CHARLES L., JR ...... Columbus, Ga. Alpha Tau Omega DONALDSON, WILLIAM B .... . Tifton, Ga, Lamhrla Chi Alpha DONNIGAN, ALAN E ........ Dublin, Ga, DOXVLER, ROBERT, Della Sigma Phi . . Charleroi, Pa, DOWNING, BERNARD D., Phi Kappa Sigma . Naylor, Md, DRESSLER, CHARLES R,, JR ..... Baltimore, Md, DRIESSLEIN, WILLIAM G. . . Lake Hiawatha, N, J, Theta Xi DRIGGERS, THOMAS M. ..... Jacksonville, Lamhfla Chi Alpha DUCKETT, KERMIT E ..... Fla. 1 . Canton, N, C, DUHIG, JAMES J. . . - . Atlanta, Ga. DUNCAN, CECIL S. R. . . Americus, Ga, DUNCAN, DAVID A ........ Newnan, Ga, DYCHES, JOHN B., II ....... Savannah, Ga, EASTON, IVIARGARET J., Alpha Xi Delta . Lantana, Fla. EDWARDS, JACK D., Sigma Chi . . . Montrose, Ark, EDWARDS, MONROE S., I. S. O. . . Augusta, Ga, EDWARDS, THEODORE L ...... Roanoke, Ala, Phi Kappa Sigma ELLIS, GEORGE R., Lambda Chi Alpha . . Decatur, ELLIS, IVIARION D ......... Dalton, ELLIS, ROBERT W ........ Camden, EMERY, DONALD K., JR. ...... Deland, Ga. Ga. Ark. Fla. ENDOM, DONALD P., Delta Tau Delta . New Orleans, La. ERICKSON, GERALD F., Sigma Phi Epfilon . Orlando, Fla. ERNSBERGER, GALE R. ....... Palatka, Fla. ESTES, JOSEPH T., JR. ..... Chattanooga, Tenn. Alpha Tau Omega ESTES, RICHARD D. ........ Atlanta, FAGLIER, RICHARD W., Della Taa Delia . Augusta, Ga. Ga. SARL., ,lm . l 5 3 . . ' R 42 , .' "ah , 5 ,n na fa K :V 'sk , , iw' .. f 17, .3 , ,..,,. i, , A X at V I A I, ,L i 'l Eff., Q' K '-3 ' A 0? ,.-'lg ' ' ' . L 1 5 VV 5 411 ,7 ' 0 li I I, A I , ., . VI A Ei ' , lt - Ulf L. ' f- fl Y.. i-S I I " I "4 6' 'ff'i7- Ll: A - ' ,R iff-ihx I 0 l:ISlllfR, JAMIQS R., 'lim Kappa Eprilon . . Atlanta, Ga. TTR l:I.liMlNG. S.-XMl'lEl. H. ....... Auuusta, Ga. Sig11.'r.' Alpha lfpyilml l:l.liTCllliR, CH.xRI.IiS A. ..... Kingsport, Tenn. Phi Sllfllld Kappa l:l.lNClll'M, 'lOllN A ........ Atlanta, Ga. lil.INK, l,.Ixx'RIaNc:I2 Phi Eprilfm Pi . . Miami, Fla. l'l.OOlH, P.xl'I, M., Sitglfrri .XQII , . . . Atlanta, G41 O FONT.-xN.x, CILIRLIQS lf. ....., Aliuuippn, Pa, Phi ,Yiglrra Kappa FORD, .IAMFS l.., Xi,qn1.1 ,Yu . . Alcxantlcr Cirv, Alu ITORTVNIE, JOHN XY. . . . . laiwrcnccvillc, Ga. lfOxx'LI2R, CHARLIES R ..,... Blfllllli-ll'l.ll'l1, Aln, l..:r1:l1.l.: Chi .'lI"pha Fox. XY'H.I.I.-IM l.. JR., Sigma Chi , . . Danville. Ky. FR.-XNCO, Al.'XNL'lfl. S., JR. . Gll.lKCll1.ll.l City, GU.lICIHJlg1 0 FR.-XNlvOl.lG, .IOSIEPH T. ..... Aransas Pass, Tex. FRISCR. CH.'xRI.IfS A., '1'l-au Xi . . Sr. Perershuru, Fla, FR1flI1fRIc1K. SINc1..euR A.. IR.. tim ffm . lforr Vallov. Ca. l7Rlfl?M.XN, XY'II.LI.-IM J. ....... A meritus, Ga. l7Rl?lENY. ST.HxNI.I3'I' l.. , , .,,, lggkgtynv xlisgk l:RFll3, R.-XLPH R., .-llph.: lfpyglflip Pi , Brlmlglyn' N. Y. l7L'Gl'l'I', BIENJ.-xMlx G.. JR. . . . Atlanta, Ga. FL'LI.IfR. CLAYTON. JR. , . . . , Cairo, GI, FLNR, BIELTORD H.. JR. , , , Ltsuigt-IIIC, Ky- l'i'i ,Yj.g11.'.: Kapp, ' l7L'RUlSH, JAMES P., Ci-5 Pl-.1 . . . . Atlanta, Ga, G.-IBRIIQL, GIQORCIE. JR., CZ-I Pi-5 . Norfolk. Va. GALLOIVAY, D.-win F. S.. Ill Pb! fx.Jf7fV.: X"n' L., . Pensacola, FIA, 4 l s 114 FALCON, GLENN D. ...... New Orleans, La. FALVEY, HENRY T. ...... Milledgeville, Ga. FARFEL, MARTIN I., Alpha Epriloa Pi . Portsmouth, Va. FARILL, TRENT G., Theta Xi . . . . Conyers, Ga. FARMER, BOBBY F ...... . . Atlanta, Ga. FARMER, WILLIAM C., JR. . . . . Springhill, La. Phi Kappa Tau FAUSOLD, IVIARSHALL, JR ..... Tallahassee, Fla. Tau Kappa Epsilon FAXAS, EDUARDO V. ...... Manzanillo, Cuba FEE, GENE B. ........ Spartanburg, S. C. FEINMAN, MARVIN A., Alpha Eprilon Pi . Boston, Mass. FILIPPELLI, DONALD F. .... East Meadow, N. Y. FINCHER, JAMES S. ........ Atlanta, Ga. FISHER, GORDON F., ll ...... Bethesda, Md. ES Phi Sigma Kappa J GAMM0 ' GINDYI QQ? GANDY' Hi GARRARDI GIRRWI WJ GARTNERI W GAY, GEVASI NIC GIBB5, GILBERT, GILBERT, WA GILES, MTH: GILLEM, RIC GILLISI A'-VA GIROIRI HW GLANTZBERG GLAZIER, WE GLENN, R031 GQAD, FRANK GODWIN, R01 GQEMBEL, M GoINs, RODR . Atlanta, Ga G n Columalmrtlg, - Tifton, Ga Dublin . Charlerof, "' - NaY10r,Mtl ,Baltimore fllawatha, J' acksonville, Fla. Canton, N, C - Atlanta, Ga: Arnericus, Ga, - Newnan, Ga, . Savannah, Ga . l.antana,F1a: Montrose, Ark- - Augusta, Ga, Roanoke, Ala. . Decatur, Ga, . Dalton, Ga, Camden, Ark, . Deland, Fla, Jew Orleans, La, 1 . Orlando, Fla, . Palatka, Fla. attanooga, Tenn. . Atlanta, Ga. . Augusta, Ga. Jew Orleans, La. lilledgeville, Ga. Portsmouth, Va. . Conyers, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. , Springhill, La. Tallahassee, Fla. flanzanillo, Cuba partanburg, S- C- i . Boston, M2155- : Meadow, N. Y- , Atlanta, Ga- , Bethesda, Md- GAMBLIN, CHARLES R., Sigma Chi . Clarksville, Tenn GAMMONS, VANCE S ....... Cowan, Tenn GANDY, EARNEST E. ..... . . Cairo, Ga GANDY, WILLIAM E ........ McRae, Ga GARRARD, HOLT V. ...... Coral Gables, Fla Alpha Tau Omega GARRETT, JOEL M., Sigma Alpha Epsilon . Albany, Ga GARRETT, WILLIAM J. ...... Columbus, Ga Lamhila Chi Alpha GARTNER, WILLIAM B ...... Newark, N. J Lamhila Chi Alpha GAY, KERMIT E., Delta Sigma Phi . . . Millen, Ga GEVAS, NICHOLAS J ....... Newark, N. J GIBBS, WESLEY W., JR. ..... Memphis, Tenn GILBERT, GEORGE J ...... New York, N. Yi Lamhila Chi Alpha GILBERT, WALTER C., Chi Phi .... Atlanta, Ga. GILES, ARTHUR P. ........ Decatur, Ga. GILLEM, RICHARD D. ....... Atlanta, Ga. Sigma Alpha Eprilon GILLIS, ALVA K., JR. ...... Jacksonville, Fla. GIROIR, HAROLD J., Sigma Phi Epriloa . Odessa, Tex. GLANTZBERG, FREDERIC E., JR. .... Atlanta, Ga. Lamhila Chi Alpha GLAZIER, WEYMAN A., Kappa Alpha . . Newnan, Ga. GLENN, ROBERT W. ....... Valdosta, Ga. GOAD, FRANCIS A. ...... Clendenin, W. Va. Phi Sigma Kappa GODWIN, ROBERT O. ...... Holly Hill, Fla. GOEMBEL, MARVIN H ....... Sanford, Fla. GOINS, RODRICK L., JR. . . Fitzgerald, Ga. CL ASS OF '58 O 115 Q J . 75 t Q . l l GOLDWASSER, JERRY, Phi Epsilon Pi . . Atlanta, Ga. GONZALEZ, RAFAEL ...... Santiago, Cuba GOODLOE, JOHN M., Alpha Tau Omega . Decatur, Ga. . Norfolk, Va. GOODWYN, CHARLES A., JR. . Phi Della Theta GOOKIN, RICHARD B ..... GOULD, DAVID W., JR. . GRANGER, LUTHER G. . GRAU, JORGE A., III . . GRAY, THOMAS E. . . GREEN, WILLIAM J ..... GREENE, RAY E. ..... . GREENE, REGINALD E., Theza Xi Nashville, Tenn. Thomasville, Ga. Hogansville, Ga. Santiago, Cuba . . Cocoa, . Camilla, . . Macon Thornaston, Fla. Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. GREENE, ROBERT W., Pi Kappa Alpha . . Atlanta, GREGORY, PERCIVAL C., III, Chi Pri . Greenville, S. C. GRIFFIN, SAMUEL M., JR ..... Bainbridge, Ga. Sigma Alpha Epsilon GRIMES, CLIFFORD B ........ Perry, Ga. GRIMES, GEORGE H., JR ..... Monroeville, Ala. Si ma Chi 8 GRIMES, JIMMY M. ........ Atlanta, Ga. GROOVER, ROBERT L., Della Tau Delta . . Atlanta, Ga. GUGGOLZ, ALAN D., Pi Kappa Phi . Ozone Park, N. Y. GUNTER, CURTIS W., Theta Chi . . . Decatur, Ga. HAAR, DAN ....... Rio cle Janeiro, Brazil HALL, DONALD F., Sigma Chi .... Atlanta, Ga. HALL, GEORGE R ..... West Palm Beach, Fla. HALL, HOWARD L., JR. ...... Richmond, Va. Phi Kappa Sigma HALL, JOHN F ...... North Charleston, S. C. HALL, MILTON S., JR ....... Cheviot, Ohio HALL, THOMAS H., Ill., Phi Delta Theia . . Macon, Ga. HALL, WILLIAM K., JR. ...... Augusta, Ga. HALLIGAN, JOHN J. ....... Savannah, Ga. HALPERN, DONALD F. ..... New York, N. Y. HAMBY, HERBERT O., JR., Della Sigma Phi . Atlanta, Ga. HAMER, ROBERT C. .... Franklin Square, N. Y. Della Tau Della HAMILTON, RICHARD R ....... Tampa, Fla. HAMILTON, TALBOT R. . . . Albany, Ga. HAMMONS, JAMES H. . . Jonesboro, Ga. HAMMONTREE, JESSE F. . . Chickamauga, Ga. HANCOCK, JOI-HSI F. . . . . . Thomasville, Ga. HAND, CHARLES A., Il . . . Balboa, Canal Zone HARDIN, LAWRENCE E., JR ...... Tampa, Fla. HARPER, CLEMENTS L., III . . Stone Mountain, Ga. Kappa Sigma HARPER, LLOYD W. .... Sarnia, Ontario, Canada In s.- l YT? -4' l'lOl.l..-XND, HARRY L., lll tjhi Phi . . . Atlanta, Ga. I-lOI.I.IiY, lillw.-KRD R.. JR. . . . . . Atlanta, Ga. l-'lOl.T, JOSIEPII M.. JR. ..... Lcwisburg, XV. Va lid.: '1'ht.'a Pi HOl.'l', ROIIERT C., 'I'htli1 Chi . . Oak Ritlgc, Tenn HOOPIQR. W'!iNlbIEl.l. P. . . . HOPKINS, DALI5 P ,... HOPKINS, JAMIES H., JR. . . . HORN, LIESLIIE J., '1'iit:.i thi . . HORTON. JAMIQS J.. 1. X. U. . . HOWARD, GEORGE R., JR. . . . . HOWARD, JOHN L.. Pi Kappa .-Ilpha HOR'IsI.I., GIQORGIQ XY.. Pi Kappa Phi Asheville, N. C . St. Albans, XV. VII. n 8 . Atlanta, Ga. .,- , Brooklyn, N. Y . Ailccn, S. C. ,A Columbus, Ga Cullman, Ala S.Iv,Innah, Ga HOxx'I5I.I., JAMISS H .....,, Cordova, Ala HOxx'I2I.L, J ISSSI2 S., JR.. Pi lxlxpf.: .llpha . West Point, Ga HUIHARD. JOHN II. ...... Iiiyotrcvilla, N. C HUDSON. Ciitiii. l.. JR.. Pi Kappa .-Ilpha . Acworth, Ga Ht'IrmisR, CIIARLISS H. ...... Hopewell, Va 1 ' A' - J i l,:r':'2..'.1 6.0: .'i.f'l,'.l . 1 HVIETHIER, CII.-xRI.IfS XY' .,... Baltimore, Md .Y:.gn:.: Phi lfpsiloiz HUGHES. DONALD R., Dtif.: Siqm.: .Phi . . Millen, Ga HLGHIES. FRANK XY., Sigm.: Xa . . Erwin, Tenn HUGHES. THOMAS J.. Phi Silgm.: Kappa Aliquippa, Pa HL'GL'LEY. THOMAS C.. JR .... . Atlanta, Ga HULL, RICHARD G. . . . East Point, Ga. HUNT. TOMMIE N. . . . Perry, Ga llf 0 HARPER, RICHARD M., Chi Phi . . Albany, Ga, HARRELL, DONALD R .... . Chipley, Fla, I-IARRELL, THOMAS B., JR. ----- A-fIf1iSr0n, Ala. HARRELL, WILLIAM H., JR. . . . Portsmouth, Va. Pi Kappa Alpha HARRIS, FRANKLIN R. .... . . Hiram, Ga, HARRIS, ROY V., JR., Sigma N11 .... Augusta, Ga, o HARRISON, FRANK H., Phi Kappa Sigma . Amarillo, Tex. I HARVEY, DAVID D., Beia Theia Pi . . . Rome, Ga, i HARWELL, WILLIAM E. .... Shaker Hts, Ohio Alpha Tau Omega I-IASRELL, CLYDE C ........ Tampa, Fla, HAUGLAND, ALFRED G ....., Brooklyn, N. Y, HAWKINS, GEORGE C., Della Sigma Phi . Miami, Fla. HAWRINSON, TOM A., .....,. Atlanta, Ga, I Sigma Alpha Eptiloil ' 4. HAYNIE, VUILLIAM S., Kappa Sigma . Bradenton, Fla. HAZLETT, HARRY L., Bela Theta Pi . . Davenport, Fla. HEAD, PETER S., Phi Gamma Delia . . Decatur, Ga, HEARD, BILLY F ......... Marietta, Ga. HEIKAUS, KLAUS G. ...... Lynbrook, N. Y. HEINE, GEORGE R., II, Kappa Alpha . . Tampa, Fla. HELMS, MARSHALL L ....... Valdosta, Ga. HENDERSON, CECIL D. ...... Savannah, Ga. HENDRIX, ROY E. ........ Newnan, Ga. HERBERT, DAVID B., Phi Della Theta . Nashville, Tenn. HERRMAN, CHARLES C., JR. . . . Williamsport, Md. Lamhrla Chi Alpha ' 'L o HIERS, ROBERT S., JR ...... Thomasville, Ga. HIGGINBOTHAM, J. D. . ..... Hamburg, Ark. Phi Sigma Kappa HIGGINS, FRED B., JR. ...... Portsmouth, Pa HIGHTOWER, WILLIAM H., Sigma Chi . Thomaston, Ga. HILL, ALBERT B., Sigma Alpha Epsilon . Louisville, Ky. HILL, EVERETT L ......... Atlanta, Ga. ,, HILL, ROBERT G., Sigma Alpha Epiilorl . Atlanta, Ga. HILLMAN, DAVID C., Sigma Phi Epiilon . . Erie, Pa. HIMES, FRED E., Phi Kappa Sigma . . . Savannah, Ga. HINCKLEY, FILEDDIE L. .... Fort Lauderdale, Fla. HINE, JOHN P., Chi Phi ....... Rome, Ga. HIRSCH, HENRY, Tau Epriloii Phi . . Tampa, Fla. HO, DONALD C. . . . . Tampa, l'la. HODGES, LESLIE R. ....... Brunswick, Ga. HODGES, WILLIAM L ....... Davisboro, Ga. HOGG, BRIAN DOUGLAS, Sigma Chi . . Frankfort, Ky. HOLBROOK, CHARLES D. ...... Atlanta, Ga. V, 5 K? i HOFFMAN, ROBERT M., Delta Sigma Phi . Bayside, N. Y. HUNTER: , J-IDTCHISS HYDE' T9 HYDE, TI' HYMANJ IMLAYs -IC INGRAM, 4 JOANNIDE JRVIN, GF IRWIN, W IVIE, JAM JACKSON, JACOCRS, JAMES, Di JANKOWSI JENNING5 JOHANNEI JOHNSON, JOHNSONi JOHNSON, JOHNSON, JoHNsoN, JOHNSON, - Albany . , G Chllllev, Fl: Aflfllston ' ortsmoutli, Vg' - Hiram, Ga - Augusta, Amarillo, Tex - Ro ' lkef Hgleaolllg Tampa. Fla. fooklyfl, N. Y - Miami, Fla: - Atlanta, Ga' Bradenton, Fla. DaVef1P0rt, Fla. Decafllf, Ga. Marietta, Ga, mbrook, N. Y. - Tampa, Fla. Valdosta, Ga, Savannah, Ga, Newnan, Ga, lashville, Tenn. lliamsport, Md, homasville, Ga. Hamburg, Ark. Portsmouth, Pa fhomaston, Ga. Louisville, Ky. . Atlanta, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. . . Erie, Pa. . Savannah, Ga. Lauderdale, Fla. . Rome, Ga. . Tampa, Fla. . Tampa, Fla. Brunswick, Ga. Davisboro, Ga- , Bayside, N. Y- Frankfort, Ky. , Atlanta, CA O 0 HUNTER, PHILIP R. . . HUSSEY, MARTIN M., JR. . . . . HUTCHISON, JOSEPH B., Sigma Chi . , HYDE, THOMAS E. ....... . HYDE, THOMAS H. . . HYMAN, NELSON L., Phi Epriltm Pi . . . Atlanta, Ga. Tampa, Fla. Sanford, Fla. Canton, Ohio Hapeville, Ga. Baltimore, Md. IMLAY, JOHN P., JR., Delta Sigma Phi . Savannah, Ga, INGRAM, CHARLES W. . IOANNIDES, ROMILOS R. IRVIN, GERJALD A. . . IRWIN, WILLIS L. . . . . . . Fayetteville, Tenn. Athens, Greece . Atlanta, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. IVIE, JAMES R., Bela Theta Pi . . Clayton, Ga, JACKSON, CLARENCE B. JACOCKS, JAMES L. . . JAMES, DAVID R. . . . . . Brinson, Ga. Hampton, Va. Albany, Ga. ANKOWSKI FREDERICK J. .... Greenvale, N. Y J , JENNINGS, RICHARD W. Delta Tau Delia . . . . Old Hickory, Tenn. Sigma Nu JOHANNES, RICHARD K. Augusta, Ga. JOHNSON, BILLUPS P., JR. ...... Macon, Ga Sigma Alpha Eprilou JOHNSON, CHARLES E. ...... Brunswick, Ga JOHNSON, CHARLES S., JR., Baia Theta Pi . Albany, Ga JOHNSON, JAMES W. ....... Conyers, Ga JOHNSON, ROBERT J ...... Memphis, Tenn JOHNSON, ROPER B., Chi Pri . . . Warwick, Va CL ASS OF '58 l C i 5 l l 0 117 JOLLY JONES, JONES, JONES, JONES, JONES, JAMES P. . ALAN G. . . CLARENCE E. . EDWARD S., JR. Sigma A EUWELL L., JR, zaaa' Eprilon WILLIAM M., JR. . . . . . Atlanta, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. Savannah, Ga. . . Atlanta, Ga. . East Point, Ga. Hamburg, Ark. JORY, PHILIP D. ......... Atlanta, Ga. JOSE, JOSE L ....... Santurce, Puerto Rico JUDD, DONALD K., Phi Kappa Tau . . Paducah, Ky. JUE, JOHNNY ......... Turrell, Ark. JUE, PAUL R ........ . Augusta, Ga. JUNCO, JOSE A .... . Habana, Cuba KEITH KEITH, KELLS, KELLY, KELLY, ! KEARSON, ROBERT F., JR. ..... Blackshear, Ga. Alpha Tau Omega FRED L. ......... Atlanta, Ga. Phi Sigma Kappa WILLIAM F. ...... . Atlanta, Ga. BILL, Delta Sigma Phi .... Miami, Fla. BROUGHTON R ...... Savannah, Ga. Phi Sigma Kappa PATRICK W. . . . . Chattanooga, Tenn. Alpha Tau Omega KELTON, JAMES C ...... Murfreesboro, Tenn. KENDRICK, WALTER M. ...... Morven, Ga. KENT, JOHN W ......... Augusta, Ga. KEY, ALAN M., Phi Delia Theia . . . Macon, Ga. KEYES, JOSEPH W ....... Alexandria, Va. KEYSER, ROBERT N. .... North Charleston, S. C. Lambda Cai Alpha KILLINGER, DOUGLAS E ...... Pensacola, Fla. KING, GRAHAM B. ...... Delray Beach, Fla. Lambda chi Alpha KING, ROBERT D ....... Hattiesburg, Miss. KING, ROBERT K. ........ Felicity, Ohio KINSLEY, ROBERT A. .... North Plainfield, N. J. Phi Gamma Della KIRBY, ROBERT E. ...... Princeton Jct, N. J. KIRKPATRICK, DAVID A., Chi Pri . . . Fairfax, Va. KITCHENS, MARION D., JR .... Milledgeville, Ga. KITCHENS, WILLIAM H. ...... Decatur, Ala. KLEIMAN, CHARLES E ...... Cincinnati, Ohio Phi Kappa Tau KNESS, THOMAS R. ....... Clearwater, Fla. KOLCI-IIN, LEONARD J. ..... Flemington, N. J. Alpha Eprilon Pi KORNAHRENS, EDWARD F., JR. . . Summerville, S. C. KOSINSKI, ANDREW J., JR ...... Olean, N. J. KRAUSS, DANIEL L. L., JR. . . St. Simons Island, Ga. Phi Delta Theia KUSHNER, BURTON A. ..... New York, N. Y. LAIRD, DANIEL F., Tau Kappa Epsilon . Lakeland, Fla. LAMB, JOHN W., Chi Phi ..... Augusta, Ga, ji rf. 1 1 ,P 94 ,e 54 O Q . f' 5' t T 2 ' Y' it - - ' C' . f , Vi' - .125 -f' J. f fab . , f v , I v' Q 9 A M, Q" 1 .ws if xv 1 i .' I, . V L 1, :l I . 135.5 " g ' -1 I ' if ' Q, f .. my K ,. A i in Y 8 Z v ' i xx' I i O 1 1, an .1 I as y -, A ', 3 1 ga 5 I A l 4- A - ' ' I . . ' X .V 0 I I lil A i A ii B-'Bl . ,,,A 5 ' . .. ' If in vii, .V,.A ,H . .l fi? A fi ' - YR ,l n A -." V 4 4. A 1 . 1 ' T , "9 . if fi Q P .P 7 I A 4 O K - . ., I- J Lx-Vv . . V V . V r . ,tiff , ,, j Q i A , ' ' ', I . li. ?: , A - lfff. if I z -. J ' in 3. ' T A Z ' . x -I R 1 a f ., ' i .j, O .V 'Q aft ,lk .3 V4 VW? efrsby f 2 '- 1 fl A . K 12-P 'W 1 f I I x Iii , if i .i...' 6 P4 . 751 A M.'XR'l'lN, DOVGLAS E ..... . . Harrisburg, Pa. if M.-xR'I'IN. HARRY li. . . . . . M.xR'I'IN. JOHN R., Him Thtia Pi ROBERT M., lll, Sigmii X11 MARTIN. MARTIN. XVILLIAM E.. JR. . . . Phi Delia Theta M.-xS.'xR.-xNI. Azz.-xM ..... NlASl.AR, JOSEPH li . . . . M.-xssriii, -lOSl?Pll S., Si,qii.'.i Nu . M.-xssliv, IEDMLND C., lll . . bl.'XTlllEXYS, HARLAND li ..... .-llph.: Tan Omega M.-wills, JAMES B., JR.. Phi Gamma MAISON, XYll.l.I.-XM R.. JR. . . Pi Kappa .I-llpha 5lA'l'l'lliZXY'S, GEORGE XY. . . . . MALI EIJXY.-KRD H.. JR.. Thti.: Chi . M.-YYNARII. CII.'xRI.Ifs N. . . . . M.-XYO. Nlill H., Phi Signs.: Kappa MQALPIN, w'lLLI.-XM J., .I-llpha Tau Omi- DlCCl.iESKlEY.H.-XROLIHE. . . . . DICCLIESKEY. JAMES M.. J. . . . L.:n:l1.l.: Chi .fllplia DICCLCR. ROY L ....... BICCOLLUM. JIZRRY D ..... l.Jmh.l..I Chi .Rllpha MCCOOR. JAMIE W.. lll. Phi D.-ir.: DKQCOXYIEN. ALBERT I.. JR., Kappa Alpha MCCRARY. ROBERT E.. JR. . . . . . Hialeah, Fla. Jackson, Miss. . Cleveland, Tenn. . Pinopolis, S. C. . Homs, Syria . Nanty-Glo, . Atlanta, . . Macon, . Columbus, Della . Decaru r, . . Sarasota, . Miami, . Atlanta, . . Decatur, . . l..1nc.1ster . . Atlanta, . . Fairtield, . . Atlanta, . . Hartwell, Thu.: . Macon, . Macon, . . .M:1cOn, Sigma Alpha Epriloii ga. Atlanta, Pa. Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. Fla. Fla. Ga. Ga. Pa. Ga. Ga. Ala. Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. LAMBE, JOE L., Beia Theta Pi .... Lakeland, Fla, LAMPERT, LEONARD A ..... Rego Park, N. Y. Tau Epriloiz Pi LAW, FLEMING, Chi Phi ...... Atlanta, Ga- LAWRENCE, RALPH E., Il .... College Park, Ga. LEAGUE, RUSSELL A., JR. . . . Greenville, S. C. LEBRUECHER, RALPH P., JR .... Nashville, Tenn. Thela Chi LEBL, DUANE C., Thela Chi ..... Tyler, Texas LEDBETTER, ROBERT H ....... Rome, Ga. Sigma Alpha Ep.fll0ll LEE, JOSEPH M., III, Chi Phi .... Augusta, Ga, LEIBOWITZ, THEODORE .... Bronx N. Y., N. Y. Alpha Epsilon Pi LEITER, DARRYL J., Phi Eprilon Pi . . . Atlanta, Ga. LEON-YORK, CARLOS ..... Jinotega, Nicaragua LERDON, WESLEY E., Chi Psi . . Winter Haven, Fla. LESLIE, WILLIAM H., Sigma Chi . . . Greenup, Ky. LEVERETI, WAYNE F ....... Yatesville, Ga. L'HOMMEDIEU, FREDERICK J. . . Glen Cove, N. Y. Phi Kappa Sigma LINDSAY, HERBERT E ..... LINEBERGER, WILLIAM F. . . . Greenville, S. C. . Hapeville, Ga. Statesville, N. C. College Park, Ga. . Garden City, N. Y. LIPPARD, LEWIS L. . . . LIVINGSTON, THOMAS J ..... LOFBLAD, ROBERT P., JR. . . LONGINO, CLIFFORD L., JR., Sigma Chi . Atlanta, Ga. LONGO, ADRIEL ........ Havana, Cuba LOPEZ, HUMBERTO O ..... . Habana, Cuba LOVEIN, CHARLES E., JR. .... . Macon, Ga. Phi Delta Theta LOVELACE, FREDERICK S. ...... Atlanta, Ga. LUCE, STEWARD M. F. ...... Dunwoody, Ga. LUITICH, ALFRED B ...... Coral Gables, Fla. Tau Kappa Epiilon LUPO, EDWARD D., Sigma Chi .... Atlanta, Ga. LUSSKY, WILLIAM G., JR ..... Louisville, Ky. LYON, WILFORD C., JR., Kappa Sigma . Jacksonville, Fla. MABRY, RICHARD B., JR ....... Macon, Ga. MACDONALD, HERMAN I., JR. . . Kappa Alpha MACEVITT, JAMES M., III .... Delta Sigma Phi MA JZOUB, NADIM ....... MANGAN, THOMAS H., III, Theta Chi . . Sanclersville, Ga. Babylon, N. Y. Sidon, Lebanon Arlington, N. J. MANN, JAMES N ........ MARICUS, GIDEON, Phi Epsilon Pi . . MARLOWE, WARREN J. ..... . MARSTON, LLOYD E ..... . IVIARTIN, BILLY G. . . MARTIN, CHARLES J. . . ES . Decatur, Ga. Baltimore, Md. Richmond, Va. Hewlett, N. Y. . Atlanta, Ga. Hinesville, Ga. 118 U iv il l I in 0 Q P a 4 '49 I 1 'P l I F. Q I MCDANIEL' C .4 McD0WELL'v MCGAHEEA T MCGARRITL ' I MCGEEQ JAM. MCGEE, wuz MCGINLEY, P MCGINLEY9 C MCGOWEN, MCGUEEEE, J MCINTYRE' IS Mamas, WIP MCLEMORE, F MCLENDON, J MQMAHAN, C MCMASTER, I MCNAIR, D01 McPHERsoN, MCQUILLIN, MCTIER, ROB keland 1: Park, Atlant IC Par-ii nville, S, C' ville, Tenn: rylef, Texas Rome, Ga. fugusta, ea. ' Y'a N. Y, Atlanta, Ga. ly Nicaragua Haven, Fla. ireenu K ' , P, V. tesville, Ga, 'over N. Y. uville, S, Q, tpeville, Ga, 'vines N. ge Park, Ga, City, N. Y. Atlanta, Ga, avana, Cuba abana, Cuba Macon, Ga. Atlanta, Ga. nwoody, Ga. Gables, Fla. Atlanta, Ga. uisville, Ky. xonville, Fla. Macon, Ga. lersville, Ga. iylon, N. Y. on, Lebanon ngton, N. J. Decatur, Ga. ltimore, Md- ehmond, Va. wlett, N. Y. Atlanta, Ga. nesville, Ga- MCDANIEI., CHARLES H., JR. .... LaGrange, Ga, Phi Delta Theta MCDONALD, JERRY L ...... Dyersburg, Tenn. MCDOWELL, BRUCE D. ..... Silver Spring, Md. MCDOWELL, GEORGE M., JR., Theta Chi . Atlanta Ga. 1 MCELVEEN, WILLIAM H., JR. .... Sylvania, Ga. MCGAHEE, GRADY L. ....... Camilla, Ga. MCGARRITY, ADDISON L., JR. . . . . Macon Ga. Lambda Chi Alpha MCGEE, JAMES D. ....... East Point, Ga. MCGEE, WILLIAM H ...... Cave Spring, Ga. MCGINLEY, CHARLES T ...... Narrows, Va. MCGINLEY, PAT H ........ Narrows, Va. MCGOWEN, OLIVER W., Delta Taa Delia . McRae, Ga. x MCGUFFEE, JERE S., Sigma Chi . . Clarksville, Tenn. MCINTYRE, ROBERT L. ...... Toronto, Ohio MCKEOWN, THOMAS W ...... Estero, Fla. MCLEES, WILLIAM L. ...... Anderson, S. C. MCLEMORE, HOLLIS N., Sigma Na . Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. MCLENDON, JAY R. ...... Douglasville, Ga. MCMAHAN, CHARLES A ..... Hattiesburg, Miss. MCMASTER, DAVID G. .... Murfreesboro, Tenn. MCNAIR, DONALD W., Pi Kappa Phi . . Atlanta, Ga. MCPHERSON, CHARLESTON H. . . Montgomery, Ala. MCQUILLIN, STAFFORD J., JR. . . Englewood, N. J. MCTIER, ROBERT F., Sigma Chi . . . Waycross, Ga. CL ASS OF '58 MOORE 0 MOORE, 119 o MEACHAM, GEORGE O., JR. . . MOORE, 7 MOORE, MOORE, ROBERT G., Sigma Na MOORE, ROBERT R. . . . . MOREIRAS, JOSE ..... MORGAN, WILLIAM E., Phi Delta MORI, JEAN A., Phi Della Theta . o MORRIS, BILLY L ..... MORRIS, GUY V., Theta Xi . . MORRIS, ORRILL H. ...... . . . Rossville, Ga. MEADOWS, ROBERTS A ...... Cedartown, Ga. MEHAFFEY, CHARLES R. ..... Carrollton, Ga. MEHAFFEY, THOMAS M ..... Little Rock, Ark. Sigma Alpha Epsilon MENGER, JOHNNY V. ....... Augusta, Ga. MERL, FRANK H ....... . Atlanta, Ga. 0 MERRY, KENNETH H ....... Augusta, Ga. Sigma Alpha Epsilon MERTINS, HARRY B., Pi Kappa Alpha . . Augusta, Ga. MESTRE, RICARDO W., Sigma Phi Epsilon . Atlanta, Ga. MIDDLETON, SANFORD G. ..... Chamblee, Ga. MILAM, WALTER D. ...... Fayetteville, Ga. MILLER, GEORGE E., Phi Gamma Delta . Baltimore, Md. 0 MILLER, MARION A., Pi Kappa Alpha . . Atlanta, Ga. MILLER, MARK B. ....... Jacksonville, Fla. MILLER, ROBERT G., Lamhila Chi Alpha . Bradenton, Fla. MILLIKAN, ROBERT C ..... Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Phi Kappa Sigma MILLS, WILLIAM W. ....... Seaford, Va. MILTON, DAVID, Alpha Epriloa Pi . . . Miami, Fla. 0 MIMS, WILLIAM D. . . Memphis, Tenn. MINTER, JAMES T. . . . . . Atlanta, Ga. MINTER, JOHN R. . ...... McDonough, Ga. MITCHELL, JAMES O ...... Orangeburg, S. C. Si ma Phi E rilon 8 P MITCHELL, PAUL L., Delia Sigma Phi . LaGrange, Ga. MITCHELL, TOLEN R ...... Columbia, Tenn. Tau Kappa Eprilon 0 MONROE, DONALD H. ...... Cartersville, Ga. MOODY, DANIEL M. ....... Clarkston, Ga. MOONEY, WALTER E ...... East Ridge, Tenn. Phi Gamma Delta GEORGE C ...... St. Petersburg, Si ma Phi E rilon g . p . JAMES D., Phi Delta Theta . Brunswick, JOSEPH P., Sigma Chi .... Atlanta L. SILAS ..... . . Worthington . . . Hamburg, I Fla. Ga. Ga. . . . Decatur, Ga. . . . .Decatur, Ga. , KY . . . Havana, Cuba Theia . LaGrange, Ga. . . Jackson, Miss. Ark. . . Falls Church, Va. . Atlanta, Ga. MORRISON, J. MALCOLM, Phi Delia Theta . Atlanta, Ga. MORSE, RALPH B ........ Cranston, R. I. l MOSELEY, JACK L., Lambda Chi Alpha . Atlanta, Ga. 0 P.-xsYANOs, EMM.-IN PATIS, lfORRIis'I' W. PA'I'IsRsoN, J.-xt.K R., Phi Dalia '1'hti1.r P.-ITI'IiRsON, D.-IYID I 1 f" 2.125 i. I r E y. I , ,. . Ky. r SO New Port, R. I . . . . . . . XVarwick, GJ . Clearwater, Fla Ii., Ill, Phi Drill: The-ra . Griliin, Ga l'l3l. N., '1'h.1.i cjhi . P.-xI'I'I5RsON, Hlil.liN J. ....... Blakely. Ga I'AT'I'l5RSON, M.-Il.t'Ol.M R. . . McEwen. Tenn PAI'I'I2RsON,XY'II.I.IAMB. . , . . H.irtieslYurg,Miss PAl'l., LUIS C., . . Kappa ,Iiplu . . . . . XY'.P.IIm Bc.Ich,I7l.I E . I ... ,., . X If si ' 2 I..- -.L..-.a P.-Xl'LR, JOHN R .......... Wray, Ga P:Xl'l.L'S. GERALD M. ...., . Augusta, Ga. PI2.-ICOCK, JAMI2s XY., .Yi,gm.: .Ya . . . Dothan, Ala PII.-IKE, AIVRR.-XY XY., Phi l7tir.i 'l'h.:.i . Maron. Ga PI2tiK, S'I'.fxNI.I2Y J., .-Ilpha Iipfiinri lk- . Portsmouth, Ya PFCKINP.-Xl'kill, CIIARLIZS I... III . . I:.IIIS CIIUTQII, YA PI2IfK, HORACIS H.. PI2LLIt't'IOI'I'I. G.-In PPRKINS. BILLY lf. Kamp.: Sig n:.r III .... I-DoI-tout Mtn., Tenn Bri.: 'lihrfa P: RIM. P ,.,.. B.1IIIrIIOrc, MJ . . . . . .LII'CCl'l5IW0l'U,QI.1 PERKINS, XVILLI.-IM Ii., Xigff:.: tffff: . S.l's'.lfN1.1II, Ga. PERRY. JAMEs L.. 'Ii-.:e tjiei . . . Atlanta. Ga. PIrI'IfRs. BENNIE H.. l': Kappa Phi . . Monroe. Ga. PI?rI5RsoN. RAY M ....... Mr. Vernon. Ga. PEITIS, DONALD XY. ...... Memphis. Tenn. l,.:mh.:'.: Chi ,-Ifph.: PHELPS, PERRY D., l..w:!'f.1'.: Chi .al.'pi'.: . Greensboro. Ga. PHILLIPS. ZANE M. ..... . Reitlsville. Ga. .V YQ " .X JI 1- .gf A -U 5 it ? ,xl . ,E K ...... PI-IO I 0 Al 120 ga Vw X t .Qi I .A MOR I Mljf, BIOSELEY, OLIVER . . - - AIIHIIIH, Ga. , MosHER, ORLEY E., JR. . . 1919535 CIW, MO. I MOSNY, ALBERT . . . . Little Falls, N. Y. Moss, WILLIAM R. . . . . . East Point, Ga, INIULHERIN, ROBERT M. . - - AUSUSIH. Ga. INIULLINS, DON W. . . . LOHRVICW. Tex. MURDOCH, STROTHER E., JR. .... Columbus, Ga. BIURPHEY, THOMAS H., JR .... McDonald, Tenn. Tau Kappa Epriion CHARLES A. . . . North Charleston, S. C. Phi Kappa Tau CHARLES C., Della Sigma Ph a Sigma INIURPHY INIURPHY. DIURPHY, CRAWFORD O., JR. . BIURPHY RALEIGH E. . BIURRAY, THOMAs L. . BIUSSER, CYRIL F., Kapp NABORS, JERRY H. . . NAKAGAWA, TATSUO . NASH, INIARSHALL B. . NAWAM, INIAYLOR, NELSON, NELSON, INIESBITT IMAD M. . WILLIAM J. . CECIL K. . . CHARLES P. . i . Atlanta, Ga. Cambridge, Md. East Point, Ga. . . Jesup, Ga. . Decatur, Ga. Talladega, Ala. . Tokyo, Japan . Atlanta, Ga. Sitlon, Lebanon Rochester, N. Y. Greenville, S. C. . Savannah, Ga. INIILTON H., JR. . . Phi .Sigma Kappa NEWSOM, ERIC A., JR ....... Reynolds, Ga. Asheville, N. C. NICHOLS, ALFRED C., Ill, Sigma Chi . Savannah, Gu. NICKLOW, ROBERT M. . . . . . . Tampa, Fla. NICODEMUS, J. VERNON, JR. . . David City, Neb. Thela Chi NOGGLE, LUKE H., JR. ....... Atlanta, Ga. OBERLIES, ROBERT H. . . . . Fayetteville, N. C. OGBURN, ALTON F. . . Moss Point, Miss. OGBURN, LLOYD A. . . . Vidalia, Ga. OLDHAM, JOHN H., ll ..... Mt. Sterling, Ky. Sigma Alpha Epsilon O'NEAL, EDWARD A., Pi Kappa Alpha . Clarksville, Tenn. OSBORNE, FREDERICK J., JR. . . Chattanooga, Tenn. Pi Kappa Alpha OSTEEN, ROBERT L., JR ....... Macon, Ga. O'I'I'LEY, JUNE D., Chi Phi . . . . Atlanta, Ga. OWEN, SAMUEL K .... . Salisbury, N. C. 0 OXFORD, WILLIAM D., JR ...... Harlem, Ga. PARKER, JOHN L ...... Rocky Mount, N. C. PARKER, PATRICK N., III, Sigma Chi . Charlotte, N. C. PARKER, RICHARD J ...... New Orleans, La. Lambda Chi Alpha PARNELLE, JACK C. ........ Estill, S. C, PARRISH, GAVIN P., Theia Chi .... Atlanta, Ga. ES E DM PIERC ' LPI RA PIKE, ROBE1 prrc . PILKINGTIQSI PINDERQ I PLEDGER, EL PooL, RUSS! POPOVICHI POWELL. H' PRATT, FW PREACHERI PREDDY, FRI PRESSLEY, R PRICE, R031 PRoV0, JAM PRUITT, DN PULLUMI D1 QUERRY, W QUIGLEYQ R RABERN, TP Atlallla , Ga Jsas C' ' he FallSfy1KJM?' . last Point, 'Ga' AUS-usta, Ga: Ongvlewm TEX :Olumb bonald usa GH, arleston, 5, C- Atlanta, Ga lmbridge, Md. hast Points - JCSHP. G Decatur, GZ: rauadegas Ala. Tokyo, Japan 4 Atlanta, Ga, 15011, Lebanon chester, N, Y. eenville, S, Q, Savannah, Ga, Sheville, N, Q, Reynolds, Ga, Savannah, Ga, . Tampa, Fla, City, . Atlanta, Ga, etteville, N. C. :ss Point, Miss. . Vidalia, Ga. t. Sterling, Ky. arksville, Tenn. tanooga, Tenn. . Macon, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. alisbury, N. C. . Harlem, Ga. Mount, N. C. Iharlotte, N. C. w Orleans, La. . Estill, S. C. . Atlanta, Ga- 312' ala ts. - - fat 'a 1 ha 2 ' ..... Q g , aa, . S . am ,f maya ,. I a aan ag a , . .,.. i if ,, V. Wiz: 3 as-a.:. .za Efsaafta , ., .- , Spa-: Yiwu'-3 f 5 file-if ga-1 , 1 . ella - . 'f I 5435? ahh? ' Q 2.4 iifstixi. ataaa a . e Riga, iii., tae, aaa' . ., I, 5 af gi ASI ff A if M? ,. 55:2 2 IS a L! ln I Tenn, C PIERCE, DAMON P., Alpha Tau Omega . Sylvania, Ga. PIKE, RALPH W., JR., Pi Kappa Alpha . Orlando, Fla. PIKE, ROBERT D., Pi Kappa Alpha . . Arcadia, Pla. PILKINGTON, EDWARD L ...... Conway, Ark. PINDER, RONALD W., Bela Thela Pi . Key West, Fla. PIRKLE, DONALD S. ........ Atlanta, Ga. PLEDGER, EUGENE R., Theta Chi . . Atlanta, Ga. POOL, RUSSELL F ...... . . Atlanta, Ga. POPOVICH, RAY L. ..... Columbus, Ohio POTEET, JAMES E. ........ Augusta, POWELL, HAL B., Theza Chi ..... Pooler, PRAGER, BEIRNE M., JR., Phi Epriloa Pi . Columbus, PRATT, FRANK W., Phi Kappa Sigma . Clearwater, Ga. Ga. Ga. Fla. PRATT, PARKS W., JR., Delta Sigma Phi . Covington, Ga. PREACHER, RONALD P., JR., Kappa Alpha . Dawson , Ga. PREDDY, FRED A., JR. ...... Mt. Airy, N. C. Lambda Chi Alpha PRESSLEY, RICHARD F., T hela Chi . . Greenville, S. C. PRICE, ROBERT L. ...... Washington, D. C. PROVO, JAMES L ....... St. Petersburg, Fla. PRUITT, DANIEL D., Chi Phi .... Savannah, Ga. PULLUM, DON P. ........ Camden, S. C. QUERRY, WILLIAM Y., JR ...... Epworth, Ga. Lamhda Chi Alpha QUIGLEY, RICHARD B ....... Detroit, Mich. RABERN, THOMAS J., Tau Kappa Epsilon . Atlanta, Ga. CLASS OF '58 RALEIGH JOHN L RALL BYRON D RANDALL, COLEMAN T ..... RADF RD, ILBUR E. . . . , ....... , ...... C READ, ROBERT D., JR., REEVES, HAZARD E., JR. . . REEVES, ROBERT G ...... REGOPOLOS, ARTHUR E Warwick, Ga. Oak Ridge, Tenn. . Jacksonville, Fla. Atlanta, Ga. hi Phi .... Atlanta, Ga. . Franklin Lakes, N. J. Pacolet Mills, S. C. . . . . North Augusta, S. C. REU, NORMAN E., Alpha Tau Omega . Wilmington, Del. REULAND, WILLIAM B., Bela Theta Pi . Kansas City, Mo. RHODES, EDWARD S., Alpha Eptiloii Pi . Philadelphia, Pa. RICHARDSON, ELMO A., JR ...... Macon, Ga. RICHARDSON, GEORGE M, JR. . RICHARDSON, JAMES G., JR. . . Kappa Sigma RILEY, EDWARD W., lll .... RINELL, JOHN E., Phi Sigma Kappa RISSE, BEN J. ...... . ROACH, JERRY B. . ROBERTS, DONALD L. . ROBERTS, HAROLD E. .... . ROBERTS, JAMES G. .... . ROBINSON, ROBINSON ROBINSON ROBINSON Lamhzla Chi Alpha CHARLES S. . . . . Atlanta, Ga. . Little Rock, Ark. . Portsmouth, Va. Celina, Ohio . Toccoa, Ga. . Dalton, Ga. Atlanta, Ga. Atlanta, Ga. . Lake Charles, La. Orlando, Fla. JACOB I ...... Miami Beach, Fla. Phi Epsilon Pi , JAMES C., Jr.. Bela Theta Pi . Jackson, Ala. OSCAR L. . . . . Hamerville . , Ga Rico RODRIGUEZ, OCTAVIO, JR. . . . Arecibo, Puerto RODRIGUEZ, RAYMOND, JR. ..... Hialeah, Pla. ROLSTON, FRANKLIN E., JR. . . Miichigan City, Ind. ROMERO, ANICETO A. .... Maracaibo, Venezuela ROSE, HENRY I-I. ...... Johnson City, Tenn. Lamhzla Chi Alpha ROSS, DWIGHT H., JR ....... Savannah, Ga. ROYAL, BOB R., Phi Della T hela .... Atlanta, Ga. RUARK, RAYFORD C., JR., Sigma Chi . . Atlanta, Ga. RULEY, CHARLES L. ..... Huntington, W. Va. RUSS, JAMES L., JR., Della Sigma Phi . . Atlanta, Ga. RUSSELL, ROBERT E. ...... Union City, Ga. 0 RUTHERFORD, THOMAS R ...... Atlanta, Ga. RYLEE, LOUIE W ......... Atlanta, Ga. SAACKE, ROBERT W., Phi Delta Theza . . Atlanta, Ga, SACCONE, PETER P. ...... Bridgeport, Conn, SALLEE, JOHN P. ...... Murfreesboro, Tenn, SAMPERA, ERNESTO O. . . . . Havana, Cuba l SIKIES. GLENN H ........ Cobhtown, Ga SII.x'Iax', JOHN V.. Phi Delta Thiia , . Glensitle, Pai SIMPSON, CIIARLES l. ..... Chattanooga, Tenn Alpha 'llm Omega SIMS, XV.-Kill? K., Phi D.-Im Y-lldld . . . Atlanta, Ga SINGLET.-KRY, RL'PlER'I' L ..... Thomasville, Ga SIsTRuNx, DONALD C., JR., Sigma Chi . Jacksonville, Pla. Sl..-KL'GHTl?R, S.-xML'I2L G ...... Lynchburg, Va Sigur.: :llpha lfplilnrl SLOAN, X"l'lLLI.-XM M., Della Sigma Phi . Memphis, Tenn SMITH BENJAMIN, I,.m:h.lJ Chi Alpha . Gainesville, Ga SMITH BILLY li. . ....... S.1vannah,Ga SMITH CHARI.Ias H., JR ....... Vidalia, Ga SMITII FRIZDIZRICK li.. JR., Sigma Chi . Savannah, Ga SMITII, GLEN C., Kappa SIQUIJ . Decatur, Ga SMITH HAROLD A .... . . Rome, Ga SMITH JAMES R. ......... Grirlin, Ga SMITH JOHN li.. Phi D,l:.i Thu.: . . . Atlanta, Ga SMITH KAYTON, JR., Phi Epmnii Pi . . Savannah. Ga SMITH, LAWRENCE L.. Pi Kappa Phi . . Olean, N. Y SMITH, LEONARD E. . . . . . . Fitzgerald, Ga SMITH MANDIEYILLE, JR., Sf-QVIJJ Chi . P.1n.1m.1 City, Fla. SMITH RALPH L.. JR. . , . . Denmark, S. C. SMITH, XVILL R .... .... A lbany, Ga. SMITH, YVILLIAM C. . . Memphis, Tenn SNAPP, ROBERT I.. . . Fort Valley. Ga PHOMOR SANDERS, XVYLIE H, . . . . Decatur, Ga, SANDIFER, CARI. H. . . . . Jax Beach, Fla. SAPP, AUBREY E., JR- -"' Winston Salem, N. C. SAPP, JOHN T. ........ Gray Court, S, C, SAULS, THURMAN B., Delta Sigma Phi . Columbia, S, C, SAVAGE, DAVID B., JR. ....... Atlanta, Ga, SAYERS, SAYE, HENRY A., Sigma Chi ..... Atlanta, THOMAS A., Delta Sigma Phi . LaGrange, Ga, SCARBROUGH, CHARLES F ..... Fort Valley, Ga, Alpha Tau Omega SCHEFF, ERVIN L., JR. ....... Atlanta Ga, THOMAS V. ..... Huntington, Va, Ga. SCHILL, A Sigma Phi Epsilon SCHMIDT, JAMES R., Theta Chi . West Orange, N. J, SCHMIDT, JOHN W., Kappa Sigma . . Memphis, Tenn. SCI-IMIDT, ROBERT M ..... . Lakeland, Fla. SCHOOLSKY, SAMUEL S. ..... Pawtucket, R. I. Tau Epfilon Phi SCOGGINS, CONYERS D ....... Atlanta, Ga. SCOTT, SCOTT, SCOTT, SCOTT, CHARLES W. ..... Huntington, W. Va. Sigma Alpha Epsilon DAVID W. .....,.. Scottdale, Ga. PAUL B., JR., Beta Theta Pi . Kingsport, Tenn. SAMUEL F., JR. ..... Reiclsville, N. C. SCRUGGS, ROY M ......... Moruen, Ga. SEARS, HENRY N., JR., Alpha Tau Omega . Atlanta, Ga. SEICH, JOSEPH R., Phi Sigma Kappa . . Canton, Ohio SEIGLER, IRVIN S., JR. ..... Summerville, S. C. Sigma Phi Epsilon SELLARS, DUNCAN W., Sigma Na . . . Atlanta, Ga. SETLIN, HOWARD A ...... Miami Beach, Fla. SHACKELFORD, BENJAMIN W., JR. . . Meridian, Miss SHACKELFORD, ROBERT G ..... East Point, Ga. SHANKLIN, WADE R., Beta Theta Pi . . Lyman, S. C. SHATTI, FARUK ....... . Damascus, Syria SHAW, CARL F., JR. ........ Atlanta, Ga. SHEFFIELD, JAMES E., Kappa Alpha . . Kingsland, Ga. SHEFSKY, OSCAR . .... . Memphis, Tenn. SHELDO SHELTO SHENG, SHEP1-IE SI-IOEMAKER, JAMES L. . . SHROPSHIRE, JOHN G. . . SHULER, GROVER W. . . . Y, MAHOUND S. . . . SHWEIK SHWEIKY, WALID S. . . ES N, ROBERT A ...... Brooklyn, N, Y. Phi Kappa Sigma N, JOHN D ...... ALEREDO S. N. . . Nashville, Tenn. . Hong Kong, China East Point, Ga. Ceclartown, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. Franklin, N C. Damascus, Syria . Damascus, Syria RD, JAMES R. . . . -1 Y.,- 122 HEN NEADv QNIDEFQ SNYDERQ S SOLOMONMI SORROW' ,L SPECKJ GE SPEIGHTv VA SPENCE, SPIKESy 5pRING, JOH STALLING5, . STAPLER, W STARRETT, F STARRS, WU STATZEK Cf STEINER, RC STEPHENS, F STERN, EDW STEVENSON, STINER, WA STITH, HENI STOKES, BEF STOKES, IOH STONE, JOI-Ir .S Marietta, Ga Decatur: GH E Beach, Fla' Salem, N. C' . Court, S. C' lumbia, 5, C' Atlanta, Ga' Atlanta, Ga. Ga. Ga. lGrange, T Valley, Atlanta, Ga 3011, W. va: ltange, N- f11PhiS, Tenn. akelanda Fla. 'fucken R. I. Atlanta, Ga. gtons W- Va. icottdale, Ga, ZSPOYI, Tenn. lsville, N, C, Moruen, Ga, Atlanta, Ga, Ianton, Ohio ierville, S. C. Atlanta, Ga. i Beach, Fla. eridian, Miss st Point, Ga. Lyman, S. C. mascus, Syria Atlanta, Ga. ingslancl, Ga. nphis, Tenn. aklyn, N. Y. hville, Tenn. Kong, China st Point, Ga. tlartown, Ga- Atlanta, Ga- anklin, N mascus, SYQA mascus, SYM SNEAD, HENRY T., Kappa Alpha .... Tampa, Fla, SNIDER., ROBERT A., Kappa Sigma . . . Atlanta, Ga. SNYDER, SLEPHEN L., Phi Epsilon Pi . Swarthmore, Pa. SOLOMON, STEPHEN M,, Phi Delta Theta . Macon, Ga. SORROW, MELVIN W. ....... Atlanta, Ga. SPECK, GERALD E ........ Americus, Ga. SPEIGHT, VAN R ........ Memphis, Tenn. SPENCE, HENRY L., Phi Sigma Kappa . Grapeland, Texas SPIKES, M. L., Phi Kappa Tau . . . Panama City, Fla. SPRING, JOHN B., JR., Kappa Sigma . Clevelancl, Tenn. STALLINGS, JOHN R., Phi Sigma Kappa . Aliquippa, Pa. STAPLER, WILLIAM T. ...... Meridian, Miss. STARRETT, ROBERT B ...... Stamford, Conn. Phi Sigma Kappa STARRS, WILLIAM A., JR. ..... Jax Beach, Fla. STATZER, CHARLES E., JR. ..... Bristol, Tenn. , Beta Theta Pi STEINER, ROY H. ........ Rossville, Ga. STEPHENS, ROBERT B., Beta Theta Pi . Chamblee, Ga. STERN, EDWIN H ....... Woodmere, N. Y. Alpha Epfilou Pi STEVENSON, PAULA C ..... . Atlanta, Ga. STINER, WALTER G ....... Harrisburg, Pa. STITH, HENRY H., JR., Sigma Nu . . East Point, Ga. STOKES, BENJAMIN B., III, Beta Theta Pi . Atlanta, Ga. STOKES, JOHN J ........ Memphis, Tenn. STONE, JOHN T., JR., Kappa Alpha . Shelbyville, Tenn. CL -,Se ASS CDF '58 STOVER, JACK D., Phi Kappa Tau . . . Canton, Ohio STRATTON, HAROLD L ....... Poplin, Mo STRICKLAND, CLARENCE L .... Birmingham, Ala Beta Theta Pi STRICKLAND, JOHN B., Theta Chi STROZIER, ROBERT M. Alpha Tau Omega STRUB, THOMAS J. . STUCKEY, CHARLES W ..... Phi Kappa Sigma STUDSTILL, WILLIAM T .... SUDDUTH, JAMES C. . SUMMERS, JOHN C., Sigma Chi . SUNDY, ROGER J., Theta Chi . . SWAIN, WILEY N ...... Johnson City, Tenn Savannah Ga '. Bock Hill, S. C . Atlanta, Ga . Columbia, S. C Americus, Ga Lakeland, Fla Savannah, Ga. Waycross, Ga SWALLEY, FRANK E. ...... Birmingham, Ala. SWANSON, DONALD K. ..... College Park, Ga SWEET, CARL T., Pi Kappa Alpha . . . Atlanta, Ga. SYTZ, ROBERT V., Alpha Taa Omega . . Fonda, N. Y TAYLOR, HARRY A. ...... Marcus Hook, Pa Sigma Phi Eprilon TAYLOR, NORRIS E. ...... Thomasville, Ga Sigma Phi Eprilon O TAYLOR, WILLIAM L., Chi Pri . . . Peekskill, N. Y. TEAGUE, HENRY H. .... . . . Atlanta, Ga TEED, DAVID D ........ Little Rock, Ark TENNENBAUM, MICHAEL E ..... Marietta, Ga Alpha Epxilon Pi TERRY, VINCENT J., JR. . . . . . Elmhurst, N. Y THARPE, EZRA J., I. S. 0. . . Mt. Vernon, Ga. THIGPEN, AMBERCE M ...... Rockledge, Ga THOMAS, DONALD R. ...... Brunswick, Ga Sigma Phi Epsilon THOMAS, J. DORN ..... Balboa, Canal Zone Pi Kappa Alpha THOMAS, ERRELL M . Cooter, Mo THOMAS, 'vu 123 THOMPSON, JAMES R., JR., Sigma Nu THOMPSON, JIMMY E. .... . THORNTON, DEWEY H., Beta Theta Pi THORNWELL, EARLE E., Kappa Sigma THURMAN, HARRY T., SR. . . . . Phi Sigma Kappa J . .... . . TERESA N., Alpha Xi Delta . . Atlanta, Ga Bessemer, Ala . Jasper, Ala . Atlanta, Ga Savannah, Ga TIDWELL, BOBBY F ....... Columbia, Tenn Tau Kappa Epsilon TIERNEY, JAMES F., Pi Kappa Phi . Granby, Miss TIERNEY, MICHAEL W ..... Delray Beach. Ifla Phi Sigma Kappa TINNEY, JAMES F., Kappa Alpha . . TODD, HENRY E ....... TOOTLE, C. T HEO ....... TORRANCE, MARTIN A ,..... Delta Tau Delta TRAVIS, WOODROW J., Sigma Chi . . Elberton, Ga Clinton, S. C Manassas, Ga East Point. Ga, . Jackson, Miss. 0 'L 1 i C il.. ia P . if ' zf, fa. ' Roig ivy. i ' i i 'rg ., f3 vi" .S ' if J . 'P f -A L , . aa, ...Yi A . , .MEN Pi., ,- , M a, in 3 -. X. if z A' -- f 1-- g:.,f Lg. - J'-'J g, ,, . i 1? f ,,. i A wx.. .L XY'A'l'SUN, 'IOIE l.,, l,an:h.la Chi Alpha Yi'li.-XVIFR, C.-IRL lf. ..... . WIfiNs'I'I2IN. l5liRNARll L. . . , 'l'.m lfpiilm: Phi WilZlSSIfNlll:RlQ, l7lf'I'liR ..,.. Phi Signs.: De l!.1 XYlfl.KliR, JIMMY B ..... Sr. fllplu- 'I'.1.'1 firm 5.1 X'i'i2I.1.ixs. RUIWRAI' S.,lU'i!I5pi5lf,1: P: XY'Ifi.I.s, XYKIRRVN K., Ph: Rapp.: N.-yi XY'Ifl.I,S, XW'll.l.l.XM R .,.... XY'i2STifiIf1.D. R0lllfR'l' G ..... XYITXLVR. l'.XL'l. L.. IMF: lig-film: lf: . XYIi.xI.IfY. l?im'.xRD Nl ..... , XVII.-x'1'I.IfxA, Rm' .-X. . XYlllflfl.lVR. JOHN .-X.. JR , . XY'lllfl.llll5l.. llll.l.Y II. . XY'lIIl'l'l.lf, Kifxxifrii lf, . . XYIIITIT, DONALD lf. . . . . XY'iiiTif, GORDON N.. N:gH.'.: if-5 XYIIITIP. Al.XNlliS lf. Ill. Yrgma cf!-: SOPHOMOR . Memphis, Tenn. . NY'OOrlhury, Ga. Nashville, Tenn. New Yorl-4. Y. Simons Island, Ga. XY'OOrlmcrc, N. Y. .1 MI, vCl'I1OD,Li3l. . XVinLlcr. Ga. Rirligcwoml, N, J. Sr. Augustine, lfl.i. Coral Gahlcs, Fla. Yiulashurg. Miss. , AlcI'l1pl1is,Tcnn. . . C.llllUL1Fl,CS.1. . . Perry, Ga . Blue Rirlgc, Ga . . C.rOssctt,Arl: . C.h.IrlnrIc, N. C XY'iiITif. XY'iI.i.I.AxM B. ..... Sr. Pcierihurlu, Fla Phi Cf.:fi:1I:.: DL lf : YY'lIlTlEllI?.eXl3. Hum P.. JR.. 'I'b.:.r cl-E . . .-Xilanm, Ga. XY'lll'I"l'LlE, EDWARD D ........ Cordele, Ga XVICKS. RONALD C ..... . Cwlurhlaigl, Tenn XVIGGER5. .ALTON G. . . . Greenville, S. C, XYILKINS. BERT. JR.. K.:f'f.: .'l:'pi'.: . l-latticihurg, Miss ,pr TRAYLOR, ROBERT C ...... Maryville, Tenn. Bela Theta Pi TRAXNVICK, JESSE T., JR. . . . Sr. Simons Island, Ga, TRIBBLE, WALTER W. ....... Grifhn, Ga, TRICE, XVILLIAM H., Alpha Tau Omega . Paragould, Ark. TROBAUGH, JIMMY L., Phi Kappa Sigma . Milan, Tenn. TROGLIN, DAVID E. ........ Arlanra, Ga, TROXLER, MICAGER D., JR ...... Arlama, Ga. TURNER, INIARVIN A. ..... Charranooga, Term, Phi Kappa Sigma TURNER, RAYMOND E ...... Swainsboro, Ga, Della Sigma Phi TXY'lT'I'Y, PAUL M. ..... NXlesr Palm Beach, Flu, Alpha Tau Omega UFFER, ROY A., Alpha Epiilon Pi . . Memphis, Tenn, UHLIER, ROBERT E ....... Hampstead, Md, Sigma Phi Epxilon ULLENBERG, RONALD T. .... Charranooga, Tenn, Phi Kappa Sigma UNDERXVOOD, HERBERT L ...... Arlanra, Gil, UNDERXVOOD, JOHN L., III . . . . Arlama, Ga. UPTON, WILLIAM H. .... . . Douglas, Ga. VAN DER HORN, ROBERT G. .... Clifron, N. I. Pi Kappa Phi i VANGELDER, ALAN R ....... Sussex, N. J. VERNON, JOHN M., Tan Kappa Epsilon . Laurel, Miss. VICK, JAMES H., JR., Alpha Tau Omega . Rome, Ga. VINES, CHARLES R. ...... Birmingham, Ala. VOLKMER, WILLIAM D. ....... Rome, Ga. VROOM, FRED Q. ........ Lakeland, Fla. WADDELL, KENNARD M .... Humingron, W. Va. WADE, CHARLES R., Phi Kappa Tan . . Marieua, Ga. WAINWRIGHT, RONALD G ...... Tampa, Fla. Della Tau Delta WAITS, MYRON B., JR ...... Talladega, Ala. WALKER, BAYLEY R., Delia Tau Delta . Atlanta, Ga. WALKER, JAMES H., JR. ..... Falls Church, Va. Phi Gamma Delia WALKER, JAMES R., Phi Sigma Kappa . Savannah, Gai. WALKER, MILBURN L. ....... Decatur, Ga. WALLACE, THOMAS S., Them Xi . . . Bogota, N. ,l. WALLER, FRANK D. ...... Sandersville, Ga. WALLER, SELMAN D ..... . Reidsville, Ga. WALTERS, LOUIS D., Jr. ..... Good Hope, La. Phi Gamma Delta WALTERS, ROBERT T ...... Hamburg, N. Y. WARNER, WILLIAM E ..... Sr. Petersburg, Fla. Lamhda Chi Alpha WARNOCK, BRUCE E ...... Bay Village, Ohio WASHBURN, MERLE C., III . . . Middleboro, Mass. Lamhzla Chi Alpha WATERS, RUSSELL S., Alpha Tan Omega . Sylvania, Ga. WATKINS, PAUL P., JR ....... Arlama, Ga. WA'fKINS, WILLIAM G. ...... Midland, Ga. ES ,...,.,.,.... .. .. f -- . 1 fi, . f A - 1' '-if, flfff- QF . l . 'Hifi ir df? 'W , .lyk 32:5 . Z ' 7 Cir ' A521 5.5 N111 f' 1 ' ' . 'i,...3u ' l -'ii .8 Q WOOD, FREDD RAT ILLIAMS EE W ' N ' WILLIAMS' or WILLIAMS, E 'Ji WILLIAMSIZEQ D WILSON' CLIFF' 0 XVILSONQ WIP soN ED WIIIZSON' WILBl W' ' WAR WINN, STE Y WOLF, HARR WOLFF, ROBER Il WOODCOCK, R' WooDc0X, VA WOODDALLI C1 W0ODWARDa D WOOSLEY, HAP 0 WORRALL, FRA WORTHINGTOIN WRIGHT, RICH WRIGHT, ROBE WURZ, JOHN 1 WYNN, CURTI: o WYNNE, GEOB YEUNG, PETER YoRK, GUY P. YouMANs, Ro YOUNGBLOOD, ZEITOUN, RAI ATecl Prohle E8.Cl1 quart is faced with HC knows th, difficult pfgbl moments of r fOr over half is closed out j the mad dash and then star a Chance fOr Q lenn. I Ga. Ga. Ark, 'enn. ,Ga Ga. 6l'lII. Ga. Fla. 'enn. Md. fenn. Ga. , Ga. , Ga. N. J. xr. J. lMiss. . Ga. Ala. , Ga. , Fla. . Va. , Ga. , Fla. Ala. , Ga. I, Va. I, Ga. 7, Ga. N. J. , Ga. 2, Ga. e, La. NI. Y. ' Fla. ty Ohio Mass. I, Ga. I, Ga. 1, Ga. V 576515 ' Q-sig , .' a. FT A ,S Q3-R 'YK l .SX 0 WILLIAMS, FRANK C ..... . Jackson, Miss. WILLIAMS, HENRY J., JR ....... Bryon, Ga. Tau Kappa Eprilozz WILLIAMS, RONALD E. ..... Savannah, Ga. WILLIAMSON, JOHN D., III . . . Hattiesburg, Miss. WILLS, JAMES M., Tau Kappa Epsilon . Meridian, Miss. WILSON, CHARLES O., JR .... Charleston, W. Va. Phi Kappa Sigma 0 WILSON, CLIFFORD B. . . . . Sweetwater, Tex, WILSON, EDWIN P ..... Jackson Heights, N. Y. WILSON, WILBER H., JR ..... Singapore, China WINN, STEWART D., Kappa Sigma . . Decatur, Ga. WOLF, HARRY C., III ..... Charlotte, N. C. Phi Delta Thela WOLFF, ROBERT E., Sigma Chi . . Atlanta, Ga. 0 WOOD, FREDDIE M ....... Johnston, S. C. WOODCOCK, ROBERT H., JR., Chi Pri . Glennville, Ga. WOODCOX, VANCE K ....... Atlanta, Ga. WOODDALL, CHARLES E. ..... Atlanta, Ga. WOODWARD, DOUGLAS L ..... Glenwood, Md. Pi Kappa Alpha WOOSLEY, HARRY L., Kappa Sigma . Shelbyville, Tenn. 0 WORRALL, FRANK G., Della Sigma Phi . Miami, Fla. WORTHINGTON, THOMAS L .... Charlotte, N. C. WRIGHT, RICHARD H., Delta Sigma Phi . Monroe, Ga. WRIGHT, ROBERT M ........ Macon Ga. r WURZ, JOHN A., Sigma N11 .... Marietta, Ga. WYNN, CURTIS E .... . Thomson, Ga. 0 WYNNE, GEORGE A. . . . Atlanta, Ga. YEUNG, PETER S. K ...... . Atlanta Ga. a YORK, GUY P., Sigma Na ..... Atlanta, Ga. YOUMANS, ROBERT M., Thefa Chi . . Savannah, Ga. YOUNGBLOOD, GEORGE E., Thela Chi . . Pooler, Ga, ZEITOUN, RAFEOUL F ...... Nazareth, Israel CLASS OF '5 1 A Tech Ma n's Quarterly Problem - Registration Each quarter when a Tech man returns to School he is faced with the Same grim problem. Registration. He knows that it will be a day filled with long lines, diliicult problems and many headaches. There will be moments of deep despair when, after Standing in line for over half an hour, the class that he was hoping for .. wr V 3. is closed out just three boys ahead of him. Then comes ,.'. , the mad dash back to the gym to rearrange the schedule V and then Start all Over again. Oh well, there's always I a chance for an 8:00 time card next quarter. ' ll... an This yearling Class was led by Presi- dent, Paul Roberts, Vice-Presidem, Tad Kzuninsky and Secretary-Treasu' fer, Bill Harris. FRESHMAN CLASS .XRIiI. Al.I2X.XNI3I1R II.. Si,qm..x Pl-i Epxiion . Neenzh, NVIS. KIIRA NI S, SAM II.. PM Epxilrm Pi . . . XVRIRXIAN. TIIONIAS G ....., .Xk'.L'I I'. ADAMS RUIIIiRT I... JR.. Sigur.: Nu . . . ARTHUR C., Bri.: Tl:-'I.: Pi. . . AIJAMS, IDONAIIE I. ...4. . . XIJAXIS. JIRRH C.. . . . . . XIXXNIS, JUIIN G. . XDANIS. NYII.I.I.-XXI A ..... . . . .XIJI.I-'R, II.XSKI'II T.. Cl-i Phi . . . . AGRIN. .XI.IJI'R .XI I.I"N AI.I IFN XR. IIRNANIJO L ..... H110 MAN. ,I.XXIIfS B., PM Guurvu DI'i.'..I . ,IOIIX lk.. Tau Karp: ifpriion . . . RAYMOND NI.. Driu Tau Drila .xul-x. Rom RT R.. T... K.,-Ip. gpg,-.W . .ux1'N. Rumi:-IT xv., sw... Nu AINIANI7. IIOIIIJY If. . . AINIAND. PIIILIP H. . . .XI YARI 7. .X NTONIO I'. . ALYORI3. CIIARLITS W. . . AXLXSON. IACKSOX I. .... . . . . ANIIJCR. NIIXL O.. PM Epnlfm Pi . . ANINION5. RICH.-KRD B.. N-i Sig'-u K.rpp4 ANDERSON. CECIL E ....... ANDERSON. CHARLES E. . . .XNDF RSON .XNDF RSON ANDERSON ANDERSON I DAVID NI., Slqru CHARLES wr., JR. curve x.. IR. JAMES R.. III . . ANDERSON. JERRY C. . . XNDERSON. ROBERT N. . .XNGARITA YRANCISCO . Cbi Bro0IaIuvcn, Miss. . . Atlanta. G: . SpringHcId, Mo. . Douglas, GJ. . Columbus. Ga. . Elbcrlon, GJ. . Decatur, Ga. Docxorlown, Ga. . . Arlznta, GJ. Rey, Pucrxo Rico . . Griiiin. Ga. . . Arlxnu, Cz. . Blxckshcar, GJ. . Camden. Ark. . Columbus, GJ, . F-Izcon. Ga. . . Decatur, Ga, . I-Izbznz. Culu . Hzpcvillc, Gm, . . YaIona, GA, NIi1mi Buch, FI3, . . Marion, S. C, Moultrie, Ga. . Xhcon, Ga, . Douglas, Ga, . Marietta, GA. . u-IYCTOSS, G1. . Brunxv.-igk, G,- - . Aiken, S, C. . Allanu. GJ, CANDY. Ycnczuch :J , if J, - Y . 1 1 126 1 12 FRANK J , RRI,O'II1'LIRNA5"Rg1 ILSIEGUIEITIQONY 'IKNETTI 'ERRY G- IRNOLD JPAUL R. ,IRNgb2' DANIEL .I RT V y E G' . isHLfI' LE D., J asuswh ISHIRIRURIA 'ITRINSO ' HARRY IIURANDTEJHN PAU IVANT, I-IFARO B-, IVlLF'S'fx ACK C' RYCOCIR, .ID J., A, AREAS, FREALD K- II1II5INv GE JACK .' B., RRILEJ2 ISIIN c. 0 BAILEY BAILEY, D. BAILEY' ROEREIEID c mmf, IISILLIAM ms' BAKER. BRADLEY I OHN A- ' ' Iussm E I vm 1 BALDWIN, DA BALDWIN, JAMES SAMIDE51 M- ' Iain. RICHARD I INIFORD CHARI- IIQJQHETII. JOHN I RRNRSTON, WILU4 BARFIELD, CECIL A BRRHELD, JAMES I RRRGERON. I-UCIU BARGERON, ROMIE BARKER, G- R" A' HARLANDI EDWIN BARNES, JOHN WA o BARRETT, ARNOU RARRETT, GRANT RRRRON, oTTlS L. RRsR1N, HARRIS 1 BATCHELOR, P. 51 RRTEIIRN, WILLIAI BATES, ROBERT L. DAUGUS, JOHN R. 0 IIRIUMGARTNER, H BAXENDALE, I-IARC BAZEMORE, EDWAI IIEACHAM, ANSEI. BEADLES, CLAREN I BEASLEY, THOMAS ITECKNELL, WILLII HELI., HOWARD D ' BEI-I-. RONALD M. IJELLEN, ROBERT I HIELOTE, ROBERT BENKOVICI-I, JOHI BENNETT, BENJAI BENSON, JACK W BENTLEY, CHART, BERANEK, DAVID O ARBOUR, FRANK B ..... ARD, JULIAN S., Phi Dr-.Fla Thcla ARISTEGUIETA, RODOLFO F. . . ARNETT , ANTHONY W., Theta Chi ARNOLD JERRY G ....... ARNOLD, PAUL R ....... ARTHUR, DANIEL J., Della Sigma Phi ASHLEY, LEE G ,.... . . . 0 ASKEW, JOHN D., JR ..... ATKINSON, MAURICE L., JR. . AURANDT, HARRY P. . . . AVANT, JOHN PAUL . . AVILES-ALFARO B., JR ,.... . Atlanta, Ga . Abilene, Tex . Miami, Fla . . Augusta, Ga . . . Dalton, Ga . . Lake Charles, La . Bat Shore, N. Y . . Atlanta, Ga . Hattiesburg, Miss . Kingsland, Ga . . Atlanta. Ga . Wetumpka, Ala . . . Atlanta, Ga AYCOCK, JACK C ....,.. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla AYERS, FRED J., Alpha Tau Omega . . . Atlanta, Ga BABIN, GERALD R ....... . Joncsvillc La O BAILEY, JACK K., JR. , FOI-egg Park, GJ, BAILEY, JOE B., JR. . . . . Macon, GJ. BAILEY, JOHN C. . . . . . Chattanoga, Tenn. BAILEY, ROGER D ....... . . East Point, Ga BAILEY, ROLAND G., Bala Thvla Pi . Tallapoosa, Ga BAILEY XVILLIAM W ...... . Lafayette, Ga BAILIE, ANDERSON C ...... . . Augusta, Ga BAKER, BRADLEY H., Phi Gamma Della . Springfield, Mass 0 BAKER, JOHN A .... . . . Baltimore, Md. BAKER, RUSSELL E ....... . . Lafayette, Ga. BALDWIN, DAVID K., Sigma Chi ..... Atlanta, Ga BALDWIN, JAMES E., JR ...... St. Albans, W. Sigma Phi Epsilon BALSAMIDES, M. .,...... Perth Amboy, N BALTE, RICHARD A. . . . . BAMFORD, CHARLES R. , BANCHETTI, JOHN J. . O BANKSTON, WILLIAM S. . BARFIELD, CECIL R ..... . BAREIELD, JAMES H ...... ..., , BARGERON, LUCIUS A., Alpha Tau Omega . . Wrcns, BARGERON, ROMIE W ...... BARKER, G. R., Kappa Alpha . . a was led by Presi- Ts, Vice-President BARLAND, EDWIN S., Bela Thrla Pi BARNES, JOHN W., JR., Kappa Sigma Va - I . . , Decatur, Ga . Belle Glade, Fla. . Vicksburg, Miss. . . Fort Valley, Ga. . Thomaston, Ga. Eastman Ga. Ga . . . Sardis, Ga, . . , Macon, Ga . Port Gibson, Miss . Birmingham, Ala o BARRETT, ARNOLD E. . d Secretary Tmsu' BARRETT, GRANT c. . . BARRON, OTTIS L ..... BASKIN, HARRIS P. JR. . . BATCHELOR, P, STINSON, III . BATEMAN, WILLIAM C., JR .... Tau Kappa Epsilon . Murrayvillc,Ga . . . Meigs, Ga . McComb, Miss. . Valdosta, Ga. . Eatonton, Ga, . Macon, Ga. BATES, ROBERT L., JR., Delta Tail Della . Waycross, Ga BAUGUS, JOHN R .,..... o BAUMGARTNER, HUGH L., cm Phi BAXENDALE, HAROLD F., Chi Phi . BAZEMORE EDWPXRD F ..... BEACHAMJANSEL F., JR., Chi Phi . i BEADLES, CLARENCE V ..... Sigma Al-pba Epsilufl BEASLEY, THOMAS W ...... BECKNELL, WILLIAM S. . . . BELL, HOWARD D. . . O BELL, RONALD M., Thcla Chi . . . . . Atlanta, Ga . . Atlanta, Ga. . Memphis, Tenn. . . Atlanta, Ga. . Savannah, Gil. . Waycross, Ga. . . . Macon, Ga. . Thomaston, Ga. . Forest Park, Ga. . . . . Atlanta . I Ga BELLEN, ROBERT A., Tau Epsilon Phi . . New York, N. Y BELOTE, ROBERT F., Thrla Chi .... Dycrsburg, Tenn BENKOVICH, JOHN A., JR., Phi Sigma Kappa . Beloit, Wis BENNETT, BENJAMIN F., III, Theta Xi .. .... Porterdalc, Ga BENSON, JACK W ........... Paducah, Ky. BENTLEY, CHARLES E ...... . . Roberta, Ga BERANEK, DAVID N. . . . Charlotte, N.C CLASS OF '59 1 I 127 BERGER, CHARLES F ....... BERGER, DONALD E., Alpha Epsilon Pi BERGERT, FRED L., Sigma Chi . . BERGMAN, DAVID L. ..... . BERLIN, ARNOLD, Alpha Eplilml Pi . BILLINGSLEY, CHARLES R ..... BIRD, JAMES L., JR., Pi Kappa Alpha BISHOP, ELXVYN A., Sigma Nu . . BISHOP, ERNEST N. . . BISHOP, OTIS L ..... BITHER, WALDO J., JR. . BIVINS, GUY A .... BLAIR, CHARLES E ........ BLAIR, PAUL M., JR ....... . . LouiSville,Ky . Montgomery, Ala . . Orlando, Fla . . Atlanta, Ga Washington, D. C . . Smyrna, Ga . . Florence, S. C . Beckley, W. Va . . Marietta, Ga Atlanta, Ga San Antonio, Tex . . . Macon, . . Thomson, Atlanta, BLAKELY, TILMAN T., JR., Phi Della Theta . Griffin, BLALOCK, JAMES M ........ BLANDIN, RAFAEI. M ....... Mountain View, Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga Caracas, Venezuela BLATTNER, RALPH WL, Sigma Phi Efliiilllll . Baltimore, Md BLEMKER, RAY, Phi Sigma Kappa . . . Huntinghurg, Ind BLEVINS, RAYMOND I. ,....... Memphis, Tenn BLUNT, THOMAS O., Delta Tau Drlla . . College Park, Ga BLY. THOMAS G .......... Brooklyn, N. Y BODENHAMER, WILLIAM T.. Della Sigma Phi . TyTy, G1 XY'ashington, D,C BOERLIN, HAROLD L.. ll . . . . . BOGAN, CARL R., Pi Rapp.. Alpha . BOGGS, ROBERT E .,..... BOHANNON, DONALD L ..... BOHANNON, ROBERT R., Sigma Nu . BOHNERT, CHARLES E, ..... BOMAR, STEVE H., JR, ..... . A vondalc, . . Savannah . Covington Ft. La..defd.lc,' Charleston, W . . Atlanta 1 Ga Ga Ga Fla. Va. Ga. BOND, JACKSON S., Sigma Alpha Epsilon . Knoxville, Tenn BOND, JOSEPH E., Il ..,.... Sf. Albans, W, v,' Sigma Phi Epsilon IIROXYN, IJ.-XYIIJ I . . . IIRUXYN, IRIIJIRIK R R., JR . Alexandria, Va. . Savannah, Ga. IIROXYN, CRIIR XY., JR. . . . . . . . NVrcnS, Ga. IIRUXYN, GROYIR V' .,...,... GICDYOCIC, N. IIROWN, IOSI I'II I., Pl-I fi.rnInf.J Drlla , Sl. Pctcrxburg, Fla. IIROXXN, IIUYII A., l'l-I Kappa Tan .... ILaLlucaII, Ry. IIRCTIXN, NILI SON I ....... IIROWN, RAYMOND S., Tau Kappa Fpli-'un . Atlanta, Ga. , . CIcvuIand,Ti:nn. IIRUVJN, ROIIILRT A., Clzi l'lIi , . , l'uIIDn ILIanI, Ark. IIRUNYN, ROIIIiR'I' D., IR., Kappa Alplla . Newman, Ga. IIRUWN, STIQVIQ XY. ..... ..., B Iaricua, Ga. IIl'NINI'N. IIRIXLIL . . . IIL'R.XN. RUN.-XLD D. . . IIVRIIANK, WIILIAM I., I'iK.1ppa PM . . . Tampa Ifla. IILfRCIIIi'I"I', IIMMY O., JR IIl'RIIIl R, RIC'II.'XRD F., l'I Kappa .-Llplra . Brockport, N. Y. IIURIIISON, Nl'II,I.I.XM IS., 'Sigma .Y IIL'RRIl,II.'I'I'R, JAMI-'S IJ ..... IIl'RNI'i. IIL'RNI'I'. i.IIARI.I'S A., JR. IIRLTIE J .... IIURRLSN, JIRIL A . . . IIL'R'I'Z, CIZURGIQ A ..., IILNIIY. IUIIN .X ..... IIl"I'l'IIIR, JOIIN K., .Ilplia Tan Om. 11. . . Atlanta, Ga. . . Atlanta, Ga. . . . Commcrcc,Ga . . Auguua, Ga. . . . Lindalc, Ga. . New Hebron, Min . . , Maricua, Ga. . . . Arlanla, Ga. . . Iiasr Point, Ga. . . Azlanu, Ga. 'qs . Slircvcporl. La. IIYARS, IIARRY II., JR. . IIYNL'M, IOE II., JR., Sigma :Ilplu lfpiilurr . Birmingham, Ala. IIYRD. 'I'IIOA1.IS J., JR ........... A Xrlanza, Ga. IIYRI I Y, I'.XL'I I.., JR., Kappa Sigma . I l. Lauderdale, Iila. IIYRON, lL'I IAN R ....,.. Mrlaanicsbur' IL: . . . MouItric,Ga. . - . - S . . C.XIIRlR.I, RIINII I ......... Camagucy,kCpba QHXIII Ii, XVII I IAM R., Tau Kappa lfplivlon . . Ihxlcy, Ga. KIIIN, XX'.XI'I'IfR D., ,IR ..... ..., I Ilanra, Ga. l'.XI.DI-YI'I.I., JOHN IQ., IR., Alpha Tau Omrga . Madison, Ga. KQXMI RON, IARRY M ,.... .... I .iIIIonia, Ga, i'.IMM.XC'R, I'RNI'S'IA G., Chi PM ...., Sav,nn1h,G,, 1,IMI', JI'ROMIf ,X .......... Magnolia, Ark, 4 A XMI. IUIIN S., PM Kappa Tan , . Nnrrli fiharlciuun, S. C. Q , . IIIIIIIIII.. JAIIIS I ..... . , WI,'..,,..II., xc, Q. . IMI-IIIII. JOHN J., IR. . . . . . . IIC.. HilI,Ca i'.XXII'IIIiII, Rcwxxx ci, JR., nfl. Tm. Pi . D...,,J,,, G. f'.XN.XD.X. IOII I.. llrlfa Tau Dalia K. .. . XNNOY. N. XY., IR, . . CXI'I'. TIIONIXS II.. KVI: Pl 1 XRIY, XYISIIY CI, JR. CXRII. IXMIAR , . . . . CXRISUN, IINRRY Ii. IR. C.XRNIIi'Il.Xl'I, IIXYID FI.. . Sig-Ia QYXRXIY. XYIIIIXXI I', JR larvlala F i l'l'i Epi: I-I .EI I pl-I . . Rinqsrrcc. S. C' II-Ainilun-Salrm, N. C, . . , Norcrnq, GJ, . . . MIamI.I'Ia, Niagara I'aII1, N.Y. . . . Pcniacola, Fla, . Sparranlwurq, S, C, Iam . . Shr-IIN-iiIIc,J,,,J, L' XRROI I , ROY II D N. . . . .,.. Illanu, Ga. LLXRRUI I. S. DON ,,... . . , Mfmphii, Tenn, CXRRUN I IWW XRD I ., l"l-I Sig'-Ia Kappa . . Eilnyil Miq, K' XRSON, RUIIFRT D ...... . . Grrcnx Illc. S, li. K'.XRTIAI'. IIONYXRD If ...... I'IunIin:mn, XV. Ya. k'.XR'I'I R, IIL'I ORD II.. JR ........ LaGrange. Ga FXRTI R. RI NYITII M.. .Ilflu Taz O-:fra . Madison, Ga, CXRTIR. WILI IKM -I ...,..... I I Cqmqr, Rv, CARTI EDGE. NORMAN D., Slgnu C7-I . , -Im-Jvbogo. G,- CASIIIN. JOSITII Tl-rt: CLI . . . , ,Xugugh G, CASON. CIIARIFS E. . . CASTIFN. XYIIIIAM G , LIXTFS. GEORGE F . Pi-I II.-l: CXTTARIX. ROIIFRT Ii.. Dflra Sig-v CENE. ORTAY ..... CIIAFEE, ROBERT S. . . J TNI: . Szau-ik-Oro. Ga. . . .-Xulanu, GA, . . . Arlanu, Ga, Piw . Alliancc, Ohif- . . Anlara, Turkey . . .Xlexan-:Iria, Va. 4 I al fi I I ., R1 FRESH-IMEN BOROM, WILLIAM R .... . . North chan. Phi Kappa Tau mm' S- C. BOUCHARD, RICHARD J., JR .,.. , , mms Bt EOUGHNOU, THOMAS R ..... , h A,',m'mUda EOWDEN, RALPH T ...... , 4 . - JMAGI. BOw"EN, DAVID, Della Tau Dalia . . . . All P'G" IIOWEN, FRANK R., sigma Alpha Epsilon . . Amefixi' G" WEN OHN D R ' G11 A BO , J . .......... R J, . ' BOWER, JAMES M., sigma cm . . , L,,,,,,,,,,,1,,mI-fgnl. 'I ll, BOWERS, EDGAR R ......... Harriman T BOWIE, MARSHALL L,, JR ......, , ' 'M' Atlanta, GL BOWMAN, WALTER O., III, Tiara xi . , , 5,,,,.,,,, G BOYD, WILLIAM P ......... . LaGran ' " BRADY, KENDALL L ....... .G. Oak Rid UIQ' BRAISTED, FRANK A ....... L, L' ""' BRANAN, JAMES T., Sigma Alpha Epsilon BRAND, ALVA L., JR., Tbrla Xi . . . BRANNON, RICHARD L ....... BRANSFORD, THOMAS L., Sigma Chi . BRASWELL, DONALD R ....... BRAZELTON, JAMES E ..... BREARD, ARMAND E., Kappa Sigma . BRENNAN, JOSEPH L., Cbi Psi . . . BRIDGES, JIMMY R ........ ERIOHAM, CHARLES W., JR., sigma Nu. Hopatcong, 'Q I . M:IrsI'1aIIviIlgL - - Smrfm. G.. . . A:Ianu,G,, Union CIW, Tenn. . . Dccamf, GL . Huntsvillg, All. - . Monroe, La, Hempstead, N, Y. . Tliommn, GL - - Ausvm. GI. RRITTING, KENNETH R ..... Ridgelield PAA, NJ Tbeta Cbi BROACI-I, WILLIAM B., JR .... BROADFOOT, LARRY M ..... BROCK, JAMES D., Della Tau Della . BROODING, HURLEY R ..... BROOKS, CUYLER W., JR ...... BROWN, BRADFORD S., Sigma Chi . . BROWN, CARL M., JR ..... . - - . Rome, GJ, . Vidalia, GA, . . Mayfield, Ry . . . Toccoa,GI, . . DccaIur,GJ, Daymna Beach, I'Ia . . . Cairo,GI, f Q .1 I ef- f Af. S I 3 f 3 128 ND IIAYMO Bel cHAf'II' JELLYL . I ' CHAIJKLL' JOE ERS, ERT QQRIJLERI LOB P11 IHEODOREM CHASE WILLQAQL P HA ' B0 " LHIPWQL JOHN R' CHAPPELI LI LE, WLL IA 'CHiiiILILR. STEPHIII LILLY. LLANALIIL EE CHRISS, DQSRY G. CHRIST, ION RONA Cnnlgglgs M ANUEII1 i :sv ' ' ENC ILLAIIKI LAWR I AMI N A., ,cLAIIQ. KNEE W.. CLARK' Sign v CHARD A' CLAIIIX. EAL-I-ER L. LLARII, I B. ELAIIL. HALER CLARK? Iggy Lf, I , ROLLLT B" JIOBER -sIaIIFIIII1AIf cons. TOMMY H".-in COQHIAN. CARLM' coHLN. NED HRW COIL, SAMUEL - COLE, CHARLES E' ' COLE, HAROLD S' coLEHouR. SAMUEL 'coLLIIAN. IUCHALL COLEYI KENNETH L COLLINS, GUY M. COLQUITT. CCY W' COLVJN, RONALD K COIIPIIONI, ARNOLI CONE, FRED L., IR .CONI-I, JAMIE c. . CONIEI, WILLIAM I CONLEY, WILLIAM J. CONNER, JIMMY H. CONWAY, JAMES F Loon, JIMMY H., JF coox. JOHNNY E., coox, c. MELIIYN OCOOK, ROBERT C. COOPER, MARSHALL COOPER, WILLIAM ' COPELAND, JOHN I' CORDELL, WILLIAM CORNLEY, ROBERT COSSON, GUSTAVO COTHRAN, ALFRED OCOTTRELL, LESTER OOURSON, JAMES I COWAN, GENE P. cowAIT, JOHN p, cowAIIT, ROBERT WYLE, IAcII H. CRABB. MICHAEL I I CRADDOCK, CRARII rth Charleston, S C i I Flatts, Be i ' - Atlmtimud' l ' Jesup: - , - Atlanta . 'I ' ' flmericus: ga' L. . Rnhway N a. ooltout Mtn ' .rg J. 'I nn. . Harriman, Tm . . . ggtlznu, Gil. ' ' myr I ' . . Lacrangg ga. - OI-ik Ridge, fm: ' opmons. N ' nl , Marsh H , -J. J vlllei Ga . . . gmymycaj ' ' - Atlanta G - Union C- ' " WY, T ' ' - Decatur, - Huntsville, Ah: I i ' Monroe, La. ' Hempstead, Nl Y . . Ti..,,,,,,,,,, Ga' H ' ' AUgusta,G,, idgefield Park, NJ, ' ' - Rome,G,' . Vidalia,G,. . Mayfield,Ky- ' ' - Tocfoaca ' - . Decatur, Ga, D3Ytona Beach - ' - Cairo, Ga. 1 Fla. CHAFIN, RAYMOND A ..... . CHALKER, JERRY, Beta Theta Pi . CHAMBERS, JOE L ..... . CHANDLER, ROBERT L., JR. . . . Phi Sigma Kappa CHANG, THEODORE C. T ...... CI-IAPIN, WILLIAM M ....... CHAPMAN, BOB C., Phi Della Theta . CHAPPELL, JOHN R ........ . . Austell, Ga. . Adairsville, Ga. . Carrollton, Ga. . . Atlanta, Ga. Hong Kong, China . Knoxville, Tenn. . . Columbus, Ga. Newport News, Va. CHAPPLE, WILLIANI E., III ...... Woodbine, Ga. CHEVALIER, STEPHEN P., JR., Phi Kappa Phi . Ware. Mass. CHEW, FRANK s., Kappa Alplaa . . . CHRISS, DONALD E., Phi Sigma Kappa CHRIST, JERRY G ......... . . . Macon, Ga. . . Columbus, Ga. . . Tampa, Fla. CHRISTENSON, RONALD L. . . . . Bremerton, Wash. CISNEROS, MANUEL A. ..... . . . Habana, Cuba CLARK, LAWRENCE N. JR .... Jacksonville Beach, Fla, Bela Theta Pi CLARK, MARION A., Phi Gamma Della . CLARK, OLIVER W., JR ....... Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . Atlanta, Ga. Birmingham, Ala. CLARK, RICHARD A ....... Fishers Island, N. Y. CLARK, WALTER L. ..... . . CLARKE, HARVEY B ........ CLARKE, JOSEPH R., Sigma Alpha Epsilon CLEARY, LARRY L., Della Sigma Phi . CLEIN, ROBERT B., Phi Epsilon Pi . CLENDENEN, ROBERT L ...... CLOAR, WILLIAM C., Alpha Tau Omega COBB, TOMMY H., Pi Kappa Alpha . . COCHRAN, CARL A ...... COHEN, NED B., Phi Epsilon Pi .... COIL, SAMUEL W ..... . . . COLE, CHARLES E ..... . Charl . Richmond, Va. . . . Perry, Ga. . Marshallville, Ga. . . Mobile, Ala. . . Atlanta, Ga. Charleston, W. Va. . Dyersburg, Tenn. . Vicksburg, Miss. . Hogansvillc, Ga. . . Atlanta, Ga. . Sapulpa, Okla. eston Heights, S. C. COLE, HAROLD S. . .... Waycross, Ga. COLEHOUR, SAMUEL J ..... COLEMAN, RICHARD H .... COLEY, KENNETH R., Kappa Sigma COLLINS, GUY M ....... COLQUITT, COY W., JR. . . COLVIN, RONALD K. . . COMPRONI, ARNOLD J. . . Pensacola, Fla. . Savannah, Ga. . . Orlando, Fla. . . Dawson, Ga. Lawrenceville, Ga. . . Madison, Fla. . Greenbelt, Md. CONE, CONE. FRED L., JR. . JAMIE C .......... CONLEY, WILLIAM H. CONLEY, WILLIAM J., II CONNER, JIMMY H. . CONWAY, JAMES F. . COOK, COOK, COOK, COOK JIMMY H., JR. . JOHNNY E., JR. G. MELVYN . . ROBERT C. . . Q pi Kappa 'Alplaa COOPER, MARSHALL J., Phi Kappa Tau . COOPER, WILLIAM T., III, Sigma Nu . COPELAND, JOHN R., Kappa Sigma . . CORDELL, WILLIAM F., JR., Baia Theta CORNLEY, ROBERT W. COSSON, GUSTAVO L. COTHRAN, ALFRED R. COTTRELL, LESTER S., JR. COURSON, JAMES H. . .....St. . Atlanta, Ga. Winter Park, Fla. . . Atlanta, Ga. . College Park, Ga. . . Decatur, Ga. . . Atlanta, Ga. . Atlanta, . Franklin, . . Atlanta, Ga. Ga. Va . Memphis, Tenn. . . Atlanta, Ga. . . Atlanta, Ga. . . Atlanta, Ga. Pi . Bryan, Tex. Simons Island, Ga. Caracas, Venezuela . . Decatur, Ga, Holly Hill, Fla. . . Douglas, Ga. COWAN, GENE P ..... . COWART, JOHN P., . . COWART, ROBERT H. . . COYLE, JACK H. ..... . CRABB, INIICHAEL A., JR ..... Sigma Phi Epsilon CRADDOCK, CHARLES J., I.s.o .... Lithia Springs, Ga. . . Atlanta, Ga. . Bronwoocl, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. . Memphis, Tenn. Hurricane, W. Va. CRAIG, GERALD F., Chi Phi . . CRAIG, HAROLD I: ..... . CREIGHTON, ALBERT Ii., JR. . CREMEANS, CLIFF A., Sigma chi . CRISP, PAUL E ........ CROCKARD, FRANCIS H., JR .... Phi Dalia Thria CROW, DAVID C ....... CRUMLEY, WILLIAM F. . . I Wa ,. f 4 i S . I an f 9 I 2 ,,,. aa f , s R 4? 28 - 7' Z X . hu la l x 129 CUCCHIARA, PETER F. . . CULBERTSON, JACK T .... CULBERTSON, THOMAS W ..... CULPEPPER, RONALD M., I.S.O .... CUNNINGI-IAM, DONALD D., Chi Phi CUNNINGHAM, JOHN M ...... . . Savannah Wlcst Memphis. . . . Tampa, . Midkifi, W. . . Sarasota, . Birmingham. . Carrollton . Gainesville, Ga. Ark. l'la. Va. lila. Ala. Ga. Ga. . Hammond, La. . . Shannon, . . Marietta, Silver Springs, . . Lavonia . East Point Ga Ga Md. Ga. , Ga CURREY, JAMES H., Tau Kappa Epsilon . Nashville, Tcnn DADISMAN, WILLIAM E .....,... Atlanta, Ga DALY, PAUL Bi .......... DANEMAN, JACOB, Alpha Epsilon Pi . DANFORTH, HARRY P., JR .... DANIEL, ANTHONY M ,.... DANIEL, DAVID T., Kappa Sigma . . DANIELL, FREDERICK H .... . DARDEN, BILLY R., Della Tau Dalia . DARDEN, JUNE I: ......... DAHIKE, C. NVAYNE, Lambda Chi Alpha DAVIDSON, JAMES I., JR .... . DAVIDSON, KENNETH W' .... DAVIES, TERENCE R., Chi Phi . . DAVIS, CARL G., Della Sigma Phi . . DAVIS, EDWARD N., Pi Kappa Alpha . DASHER, DONOVAN Ii., Thcla Chi .... Valdosta, Ga D'ALESSIO, ARTHUR T., Pi Kappa Phi . Englewood, N,J . New York, N. Y Chattanooga, Tcnn . . . Miami, Fla . , Atlanta, Ga, . . . Cocoa, Fla. . College Park, Ga . . Waycross, Ga . . Waycross, Ga. . . Cullman, Ala. . . Bonaire, Ga . . Bonaire, Ga . Arlington, Va . Robertson. Mo. . Sheffield, Ala ,Q Y-1 V DAVIS, IRA D., JR ...... , , - ,. DAVIS, JAMES H., Kappa Sigma . . -Miuzcslgtpnlle, GI, DAVIS JAMES T ,..... 1 'if-Tenn. DAVIS MARCUS A. . . , t . 1. Tame.. DAVIS, MQCAMMIE E. ,... , Mined IIIRAII. DAVIS, MICHAEL A., Tbrla xi . . . , ATI'-G.. DAVIS, WILLIAIII T ...... , I' Dc am'-Ga. DAWSON, TULLY J., Alpha Tan Omega n Woodgxsiv ga. I I, DAY, CECIL B., Sigma Alpha Epgilm: I 4 Ma DEAL, THOMAS H ....... . AIISQHIGI- DEAN, JOE H .......... , . l MFG'- DEATS, PATRICK M., :Ii Kappa Phi . . . Hnuuon I I DEBOER, MICHAEL R ...... DEESE, MARION D. . . , . DELIND, JOHN XV., Kappa Sigma DENNIS, LARRY M ..,... DEWHIRST, JOHN W ...,... DEWHURST, ROBERT L., Pi Rapp., pp: DICK, PHILLIII XV ........ DICUS, FREDERICK II, , DILLARD, LARRY S. . , DIXON, RONNIE M. . DOBSON, JERRY W. . , DODD, CHARLES E. . DODGE, WILLIAM D., Phi Kappa Sigma , DOLAN, KENNETH -I .....,, DOLSON, RICHARD R., CII: Phi . . DONNOLLY, WILLIAM T .... DOUGHERTY, FRED W., IR .... Drlfa Tan Dalia DOUGLAS, GEORGE R ...... DOWDLE, DONALD E. . . . DOWDEY, CHARLES F. . A Winter I'arII, ' - EJs!I'oinI, . West Palm BcacI'I,l - . Mi:mi,H T"'1dfR1.AlIl FII, GI. . Washinglun, D' C- - . I'Ii:l:zII,H,- - - W . Somrrscl, KIA XI Jyncxville, N, . . Arlam, Q, III. ' - Pifdmonf, AI.. Alphareru, fy, . Savannah, GL - Kittery, Mp, . Arlanu, GI, . Azlanu, G, Tallahassee, Ill, Monreaglc. Tum, . Azlanu, GI, . Americus, GI, , W, ,..,.,-, C , .. -4'-in Y- - -IM. V I f .ll , w . V I gi? ? I. 1, V, V Q 3 . f DIS. . yt ,I I, Q ig., 'Q ,I,,. .J I IA? 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E- LA ,I E, ALTON I IORD, JANE? TEEIIRI IORSYTHEI 'CHN IORTHIIANGJIE T - TER, JA ' IIIIVLER, JAMES V' IIIANKI PATRICK H' . TON I IRINRLIN. EUR TIS YKLIN, CUR III. I. 6 :IOEI-ILICH. MIM WLCHEII, JAMES E. IIIICHER. SIM B-- SU WQUA, QIIENTIS G. GIIILE, RAYMOND L GADRIX. VINCENT I .a.ILLION, GEORGE GIILOWAY, PHU-IP GANDIA, ALBERT A. GINTTI JOHN R--,SI EIRIIN, PATRICR I GARY, GEORGE W.. GIIIER, CHARLES C., D :amy ARTHUR O. . cn, ROBERT M., DI GEIGER, JOI-IN E., AI GENTRY, JAMES E., I GIBSON, TI-IOMAS E., GIBSON, THOMAS N.. III, IAIIREANO E. GILES, BENJAMIN E., IGIIL, NELSON W., JI EILLESIIIE, ERED T. GIILIAII, ROBERT N GILLILAND, CLINTOD GILLILAND, JAMES II GIIIIORE, RICHARD GIRARD, EDWARD I-I EIUNTINI, RONALD IGIASURE, ROBERT T GLENN, CHARLES G, GLENN. JACK, JR, 5 GLUSING, WILLIAIII I GODFREY, CLAUDE 5 GODFRFY. LONNIE I QQIEY. JAMES E., . ROBERT Q, - Milled , Seville Memphis, fps. 0 b . iam., . hIilledg,,:m:'ga. I . , , ' ' Atlanta: G ' l""'Sd , ' Dewar, Glu ' Woodkock 1 1 Ga, ilon , X . ' 1 Taco , , , . . Ariana bi i ' ' Ava ' . Houston, Illia... 1' Tallad lm . Winter PEE? . . EastPoini,g:i - - Washin Pl' SW D- . 1 Ji . . . SH1aleah,1:E ' ' - om f XVa5'nesvi5iitlpla' ' ' - - Atl ' . West Palm Be:l,z',g:' . I ' Pieflmvm, Ali ' AlPl'laretta, G, S. igma . . Savannalgg, ' Klttefh lk. - f'-flaws.. - - - Atlantic, lu Tallahassee, El, - . Monteaglg, Tm, ' - . Atlarm, G, ' - Americus, Gi, FERRELL, STEVE K., JR., Theta Chi . . . Waycross, FIELD, STEVEN E., Tau Kappa Epsilon . . . Columbus, FIELDS, WILLIAM H ...,... . Grovetown, FIGGE, IRVING E., Phi Kappa Sigma . . . Atlanta, FINCHER, JULIAN W., Theta Chi . . Atlanta, FINK, DELFORD R ...,.. . . Belle, W. FINLEY, WILLIABI C ..... . . FLASTERSTEIN, STUART L .... Alpha Epsilon Pi FLEETWOOD, ROBERT W .... Della Sigma Phi . College Park, . Brooklyn, N. Y. . Alexandria, FLEMING, GEORGE D ...... . New York, N FLINT LUCIEN A .... . . . Hapevillc, Va. FLOYD, PHILIP L. , . . . Jasper, FLYNT, JAMES L. . . . . Griffin, FLYNT, JAMES W .... . Decatur, FOLSOM, LEON L., JR. . . Atlanta, FONTS, E. LARRY . . . Miami, EH. FONVILLE, ALTON D., JR., Kappa Sigma . Richmond, Va FORBES, ALEXANDER C ...,... . . Miami, Fla FORD, JAMES T., Della Sigma Phi . . Panama, Rep. of Pan FORSYTHE, C. GERALD . . . . Daytona Beach, Fla. FORTHMAN, JOHN H. . . . . FOSTER, JACKIE T ....... . . Malvern, Ark. . . Eastley, S. C. FOWLER, JAMES V ........ . Decatur, Ga. FRANK, PATRICK H, II, Sigma Chi . . Atlanta, Ga. FRANKLIN, BURTON E., Sigma N11 . . . . Metter, Ga. FRANKLIN, CURTIS F ......... Anniston, Ala. FREE, DONALD L ......... FROEHLICH, RAYMOND F ..... West Helena, Ark. West Haven, Conn. FULCHER, JAMES E ........... CoCOa, Fla FULCHER, SIM B., Sigma Alpha Epxilozi . . . Augusta, FUQUA, QUENTIS G., Phi Sigma Kappa . Hopkinsville, Ky. GABLE, RAYMOND L ........ Silver Spring, GADRIX, VINCENT E. . . Atlanta, Ga. GALLION, GEORGE A ...... . Ashland, GALLOWAY, PHILIP L ...... GANDIA, ALBERT A., Phi Kappa Sigma GANTT, JOHN R., Sigma Chi . . . . . Atlanta, . . Sanfurcc, P. R. . Kingsport, Tenn. GARVIN, PATRICK P .... . . . Macon, Ga. GARY, GEORGE W., JR. . . . . . Decatur, Ga. GAVER, CHARLES C., JR ....... Fair Lawn, N. Della Tau Della GAY, ARTHUR O ............ Tifton, Ga. GAY, ROBERT M., Della Tan Della . . . Huntsville, Ala. GEIGER, JOHN F., Alpha Tau Omega . . . Brunswick, Ga. GENTRY, JAMES E., Phi Gamma Della . . Charleston, S. C. GIBSON, THOMAS F., JR., Phi Sigma Kappa . Gatun, C. Z. GIBSON, THOMAS N., III, Phi Sigma Kappa . Biloxi, Miss. . . Havana, Cuba GIL, LAUREANO F ........ GILES, BENJAMIN F., JR ........ Moultrie, Ga. GILL, NELSON W., JR., Sigma Nu . . Memphis, Tenn. GILLESPIE, FRED T ........... Smyrna, Ga. GILLIAM, ROBERT N .... GILLILAND, CLINTON R. . GILLILAND, JAMES F. . . . . . Dover, Del. . . Ramey A. F. B., P. R. Cleveland, Tenn. GILMORE, RICHARD A ......... Tampa, Fla. GIRARD, EDWARD H., III, Phi Sigma Kappa . Savannah, Ga. GIUNTINI, RONALD E ........ Memphis, Tenn. GLASURE, ROBERT T .,.. . . . Decatur, Ga. GLENN, CHARLES G .... .... . Decatur, Ga. GLENN, JACK, JR., Sigma Alpha Epxilon . . Atlanta, Ga. GLUSING, WILLIAM H .......... Miami, Fla. GODFREY, CLAUDE S., Pi Kappa Alpha . . . Atlanta, Ga. GODFREY, LONNIE L ....... Ashburnham, Mass. GODLEY, JAMES E., JR. ....... Savannah, Ga. GOETZ, ROBERT C., Alpha Tau Omega . . . Miami, Fla. CLASS Q? l 43 ,sp OF '59 mi., W! GOFORTH, BOBBY XV ...... . Gaffney, S. C. GOLD, DONALD S., Tan Epxifnu Pi . . Memphis, Tcnn. GOLDEN, EDNVARD R ..,....,. Moultrie. Ga. GONZALEZ, JOSE J. . . . Mexico 12, D. F., Mexico GONZALEZ, JOSE P .... . . . Holquin, Otc., Cuba GOODE, JOSEPH A ........... Atlanta, Ga. GOODE, MARTIN E., III, Phi Dalia Thvla . Covington, Ga. GOODHEW, JOHN XV., Ill, Kappa Sigma . Birmingham, Ala. GOODROE, XVILLIAM J ...... . . Buena Vista, Ga. GOODSON, JOSEPH XV., Phi Della Thrla . . Columbus, Ga. GOOLSBY, HENRY G. . . GORALGZYR, GERALD Ai. GORBANDT, CHARLES R. GORDON, JOHN B., JR. . GORE, THOMAS R., JR. . GORMAN, JOHN G. . . . . Carncsville, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. . Decatur, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. GOTSCH, ROBERT D. .... . . . Albany, Ga. GOULD, ROBERT B .,.... . Memphis, Tenn. GOWING, CHARLES J., Thvla Xi . . . Atlanta, Ga. GRACY, RONALD A. . . GRANADOS, JUAN A., JR. GRANDUSKY, JAMES F., JR GRAVES, GERALD I.. . . GRAVIANO, RICHARD A. Tau Kapp GRAVITT, CHARLES A. . GRAY, JULIAN J., III . . . Ringgold, Ga. . . Havana, Cuba . Allegany, N. Y. . . Norcross, Ga. . Vfasliinglon, D. C. . . . Atlanta, Ga. St. Simons Island, Ga. 131 Alpha Tan Omrga GREEN, LOWELL S ........ Ormond Beach, Fla. GREEN, MICHAEL I., Sigma Nu .... Woodmere, N. Y. GREEN, ROBERT H ...... . Chattanooga, Tenn. GREENBAUM, GILBERT A ...... Miami Beach, Fla. Alpha Epsilon Pi GREENDLINGER, MICHAEL L .... . Hewlett, N. Y. Tau Epsilon Pi GREENE. OLIN L., JR ...... . Miami, Fla. I CRI.l.5Qb'I'l.IN, l.I1ON.XRIJ, .llfu lflI.a,u RU XID Il., Sian.: ,'.' .... faRl.Caf,, 5.. . CIRIAIIKI-I, IIAROIIJ I., . . CaRI.SII.I.F-I, llI.RIal.l'.I R. . GRIIIIN, f..ll.XRLI.5 Il. . . . . . faltllllfi, 'IIIO'-IAS Ill, SI.,-iz. . CRIKICI, 5II.I1II?.C, I., JR , Il.: Inf.: ilifrla . Ridirxxiand. CIRUELII, IILNRII A .,.... . Cal.Il6IlR, IRANK ll., JR., Slam.: Cb: . In , N-ariiall., . Llarlaiilifa M Ya. In. . . . Rlamc, GA. . . f-Iiletcxd, GI. Sgvxrlinilurg, 5. C- . . R .Lin-Illc. NIJ. Ya. , Lali, Culumlvlg . Cfccnvxllc, Ga. . Slcnxplxix, 'I':nII. CiLl.SI4, RUIIIRT L., JR. . . . . . CILFQN, LUX N ..,......., I.IlIIxIllr, Slim. fIl.'RIl.'l', 'IIIIUTIIAS II., Kappa Alpha . . llulncxburg, Klum. bl.'RNl.Y, ISAAC F-I ..,.. . . Hanan Runga, l.a. Xa. Cal.'Iil.R?-IL Ill, JOIIN P-I. . . CLI, IJANIIJ I. ..... CaL.'YI'UN. CIIAE-ILS W. . IIAIJI.. , . ILXCI. HAIR, JA!-II.5 C IIAIR, I.l.RUY LI., PIII K.ug-pa 'l'.Iu HAI I., IJUN S. Il.XI.I., IILNRY D. . . . . IIAII., I'lIUM.X5 A. , . ILXLI., WILLIAM R. . , . III JUSIIII NL. .,... IR, ILXNIORIII Nil , Lili PIII . Bl. Albany, NI. . Humax ilic, Ala. . . . 5-lawn. ba. . I 252,110 I 5445, Hail. , . ,QV .I I , 1 . !,P . I'gu.I,,gOulJ, Klux, l . . Augusta, . . IccOnIpIu, . Iiirnxingharn, . IIIuc Rldgc, Stun: 5-lounlaxlx, Clnzunouga, 'I' . . Chamblee, " ' 'lf ,I u ' . . Mcrnphlx, 'I' v: I Il.XlIlIJ.XY, IILNRY C , JR., Dall.: Sigma PIII . Decatur, IIXIIIRN LIIIIIRI N I lljxll III: ' .I ...,: IIA?-lISII.N, ROIIIRI A., I. a, IIASIIIY, IR.xNRI.IN ll ....... II.xr.IIII', JAMIS C. . . . . IIINIIIN IIRI. A., JR .... . . R . Big Slunc Gip, . . Moultrie, . Cuxingwn, . . Macon Orlando IIA?-ILIN, JAC IN l'., J ....... . , IIAMMAN, IILNRY R.. l'lil Dall.: That.: . . Iluuslun, CI. I.A. Ala. Ga. Ga. Ga. GI cnn Ya Ga Ga Ga l'I.I. Tux. HU. . 9 su . I HAMM OND,WAYNER ......... G ndsd ea. I ,ws J. . . Qi Q S. , . R ! .. J: ,. --I li " ,z i I 1 1 HAMON, BRUCE L., Phi Sigma Kappa . . Winchcmr, K,-, HANCHETT, RICHARD M ...... Rumford, R. I, HAND, CALVIN H., JR ...... . Minerva, N, Y, HAND, RONALD R. . ..... Enigma, GI, HANEY, JERRY E ......... Fredericksburg, Vx. HANING, ROY I. ....... South Charleston, W. Va. Sigma Phi Epsilon HARDEE, JAMES E., JR., Dellla Tau Delia . . Madison, Ifla. MES C Birmingham Ali HARDEN, JA ......... , HARDEN, WILLIAM D., III, Chi Phi . . . Augusta, GI. HARDIN, GODFREY P. ..... . . AIIIHKLGI. HARDIN, ROBERT 'I' ..... . . Culladen, GI. HARDISON, ROBERT H ........ Welch, W. Vx. HARDY, JOHN B., JR .......... Macon, GI. HARDY RICHARD H., Sigma Alpha Epsilon . Valdosta, Ga. HARMAN, JEFFERSON H .... . . Wxlmangaan, N. c. HARMON, LAWRENCE R., JR .... Martinsburg, W. vi. Alpha Tau Omega HARMON, WILLIAM F., JR., Alpha Tau Omega . Atlantli GI- HARNAGE, MALLIE J., JR ....... Moultrie. G1- HARRELL, DAVID M., Kappa Sigma . . . Jacksonville, Fla. HARRELL, OLIN J., JR., Sigma Alpha Epsilon , Waycrvss. GIA HARRIS, ANDREW J., JR., Delta Sigma Phi . . I.Iaaaa.G-A HARRIS, BENJAMIN E., JR ........ Grilin. G1- HARRIS, CLIFTON T., JR., Pi Kappa Alpha . Barnesvillel G-- HARRIS, DWIGHT E ...... .... L ula. GI' HARRIS, EMORY F. . . . Fayetteville. GA HARRIS, HENRY E .......... For: VaIIey,G1- HARRIS, ROBERT M .......... Orlando, PI'- HARRIS, RUSSEL C., JR., Pi Kappa Alpha . . CorfI:If.GII HARRIS, WILLIAM s., Sigma Alpha Epsilon . Amencusi G1- HARRISON, CARL M., JR. ..... collage P'Ik'9" HARRISON, EDWARD E., Sigma Phi Epsilon . Jackson- IIN" HARRISON, EUGENE T., III .... . - - Mlm- GI' HARRISON, LAURIE H., JR. . . . . -M-MMIII?" HARRISON, WILLIAM B.. JR. . . . . - P"'Y'G" HART, HARRY L ....... . Srewarzsrown, Pl' Nashville. Tw' HART, JOE W., Phi Della Thela . . . HART, JOHN F. .... . . . HART, ROBERT C., JR ..... HASTINGS, GEORGE D., JR ...... Phi Gamma Della I, Columbuh G" , AIiql1iPP'v If" , Phoenila Am' Forrest Ci!Y. Mk' Fort Gaines, GL Decatur. GI' I, I, Atlantll GI' 0 HAWKS, JAMES M., JR. . . HAYES, MICHAEL E. . . . - HAZELTINE, DON R ..... . . HERR, DARIC G., Chi Pri .... - - HERRINGTON, THOMAS N, ..... Delta Sigma Phi WH Ga Swamsboroi HERRON, KENNETH L ...... - - - D dm HERRON, RICHARD D., Lambda chi Alpha . fabddge' G, HESTER, CAWTHON B.. JR. . . . - - II"I' 132 HEAD, WILLIAM D ......... D ld ohm HECK, RICHARD R., Della Tau Della . . Spfmsfif ' G, HEISEL, WILLIAM D., Sigma Chl ...., Allaah? Gi' HELERICH, CARL P., Chi Phi . . . ' 5"""" ' 0.1 HELTON, JAMES R ...... . , Elberwn, 0 HEMPHILL, JESSE C., JR. .,,, , Chattanooga. Tenn. Pi Kappa Alpha , N y' HEMSLEY, RICHARD, Sigma Phi Epaflaa . Brof-xv1II'fW',,,, HENDERSHOT, FRED A. ..... Hunnngwnv - Si ma Phi E xilon HENDERSON, DONAED E. . ii .... . P-'IMI' HENDERSON, HAROLD V., Theta chi . . . A'1f"":'G,, HENDERSON, WALTER B., Chl Phi . a Am' ' G, HENDON, BLAKE M ...... . . - AIIIWZ' G.. HENDRICKSON, ROBERT L., Chi Phl . . NI" ' rl. o HENDRIX, DEWANE L ....... . . Cfofsfm 'lah HENLEY CHARLES P., JR ...,.. Jackaaaa. fs.c. Ormggb'uIg,N Y HERLIHI3, ROBERT A., Bala Thela Pi . H , Arnllyvl ey GL Han -bmi IMMIE O H55Tl5Rb15Iy ANTI HEYWO T ., I HICDIJESTON, EU ID I HIGGINS' IINII IGHTOWER' I HILESI MILTON N Y-1 BYRO 'IH A- HILL. GIIQKGEJEI HILLBMT 'CHAR HILTON. I-I RL HINCHI RICH-AH HINESI HARLEY HJNES. JIM COCK. JM 0 RQBERT Honors, HAIIOII HODGES. ROIIIRI HOGG. GMIII R HOLCOMBE. J0I'II HOLDING. WII-II HOLLAND. RICH HULLENDER, JOH ' HOLLINGSWORTI-I HOLLOWAY. JAM HOLT, JAMES E. Hon, ROBERT Q I-IOIIANS. ROIIEII HOOD, JOHN II' HOOVERI DAVID I HOROWITZ. STUI HOUSE. SARA L. HOWARD. HALL HOWARD, JOHN Hows, PHILIP G. HOWELL, GEORGE HOWELL, KENNEI HOWLE, WILLIAN O HUBBARD, ROBEI HUDGINS, JAMES HUDSPETH, ROBE HUEY, STEWART HUFFSTETTER, KI HUGHES, JULIUS HUGHES, LARRY HUGHES, RUFUS F I HUIP, DONALD E. HUIE, DOUGLAS I HULSEY, JOE M., HIIIIPHIIEYS, CI-IA HIIIIPHIIEYS, JAN HUNDEII, RICHAI HUNT. JOSEPH P. HUNT. THOMAS 1 OHUNTER JAMES HUIIST, JAMES J., IIIIIITADO. GUILL HUIQHINS, JAMEQ IIIIICHINSON, BE, HUTTEMEYER, L55 IIIIITON. HERBER IIIES, GEORGE cw . . . . Gadsden, Ah, Ia . . Winchester, Ky. . . Rumford, R. l. . . Minerva, N. Y. . . . . Enigma, Ga. . . Fredericksburg, Va. outh Charleston, W. VI. Della . . Madison, lilz. . . Birmingham, Ala ii . . . Augusta, Ga. . . . Atlanta,Gi. . . Culloden, GI. , , , Welch, W. V1- . . . . Macon, Gi. Epsilon . Valdosta. GI' , , Wilmington, N- C' , Martinsburg. W- V" LW Omega . Atlanta, GL , , , , Moulttlli , , , Jacksonville. GI. lila. a Epsilon . WIYCYOSS-GL rna Phi . . MICWPGI' Griihni Ga. Alpha Bia rnesvillt, Gi' - , , Lula. ', Fayetteville. GL Ga. Fart Valley. G" ' ' i Orlanclvi Alpha' cordflfffn' Epazaa . Amffifus' g , College Pifk Epsilon . Jackson- . , Macon. ' I Musettai I l , Perry. artstowfli Sifljshville, T . In ColumlJu5v , AliqUiPP" ' phoenix, Forrest CifYi For, Gaines, ' Dtcgtufi ' I Atlanfii . . .sdringagldy 'a - - Athnta. . ' ' savannah, - I' Eusertona Cl1attano0S" Bronxvillf :'l 71 ' . W I0 Huntinggoni 4 Atlmtl, ' ' ' l AUSUW' 'hi - ' ' Aglanlfv , . I ' Athnui Pla. Gi. , Ga. Miss. Ga. Ga. Ga. Pi. enn. Ga. Pi. Ari!- ,Arl- G1- Gi. Ga. Ohio Ga' Ga. si Tenn- .Nf- , vi. Ga. GI' G1- ci- ci- , . ' ' Atljnlir hi--' afl- CroSff"' gi. , . . Jgckson rallgeb villf. C. . - uri' . O . Pi ' - yvlllt , . Anggzinsbor 1-Iart"'ll ,dem 'Alpha' ' D5 bi-id5" . Bun 016 I 51. TAP' ci HESTER, JIMMIE M., Sigma Chi . HEYWOOD, ANTHONY c. . . .' ' HIOREY, PAT T., Chi Phi ..... HICKS, HENRY L ......... HIDDLESTON, EUGENE W., JR., Thaaa HIGGINS, ERNEST J ,...,.. HIGHTOWER, JAMES c., JR. . HILES, MILTON E., chi Phi . . HILL, BYRON Y., Tau Kappa Epsilon . HILL, CARL A .......... HILL, GEORGE ..... . HILLBRATH, HENRY S ...... HILTON, RICHARD C., JR ..... HINCH, RICHARD R., Phi Kappa Sigma . HINES, EARL H .......... HINES, JIMMY L. . . HITCHCOCK, JAMES E ....... HIXSON, ROBERT R., Alpha Tail Omega HODGES, HAROLD W., Della Sigma Phi . Dublin, Ga. Chattanooga, Tenn . . Savannah, Ga. . Alpharetta, Ga Chi . Marietta, Ga. . . Sebring, Fla. . Atlanta, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. . . Atlanta, Ga. . . Macon, Ga. . Port Allen, . . Atlanta, Ga. . . Tampa, Fla. Nashville, Tenn. Lake Charles, Ln. . Bainbridge, Ga. Memphis, Tenn. . Cleveland, Tcnn. . . Tennillc, Ga. La. HODGES, ROBERT W ....... johnson City, Tenn. HOGG, GRADY R., JR ......... Moultrie, Ga. HOLCOMEE, JOHN R., Pi Kappa Alpha . . . Atlanta, Ga HOLDING, WILLIAM I., III .... Pi Kappa Alpha HOLLAND, RICHARD L ..... HULLENDER, JOHN R ..... HOLLINGSWORTH, WILLIAM F. . Pi Kappa Alpha HOLLOWAY, JAMES R ...... HOLT, JAMES E. T ....... HOLT, ROBERT G., Sigma Phi Epsilon ' HOMANS, ROBERT R ....... HOOD, JOHN B ..... ..... HOOVER, DAVID G., Pi Kappa Phi . Bigstonc Gap, Va Charlotte, N. C Tunnel Hill, Ga . . Decatur,Ga. . Americus. Gi. . Rochelle, G.: . Bainbridge, Ga. . Brunswick, Ga. Miami Shores, Fla. . . Atlanta, Ga. HOROWITZ, STUART M ....... Brooklyn, N.Y HOUSE, SARA L .......... Cartersville, Ga HOWARD, HALL C., JR., Kappa Alpha . Montgomery, Ala HOWARD, JOHN R., JR., Alpha Tau Omega . Roanoke, Va HOWE, PHILIP G., JR., Kappa Alpha . HOWELL, GEORGE L., III ..... HOWELL, KENNETH F., JR ..... Phi Sigma Kappa HOWLE, WILLIAM H., Pi Kappa Alpha HUBBARD, ROBERT E ...... HUDGINS, JAMES L., Kappa Sigma . HUDSPETH, ROBERT N ...... HUEY, STEWART M., Kappa Alpha . HUFFSTETTER, KEITH N ..... HUGHES, JULIUS C., JR ..... HUGHES, LARRY E. ...... . HUGHES, RUFUS R., II, Beta Thcla Pi . HUIE, DONALD E. ...... . HUIE, DOUGLAS E. ...... . HULSEY, JOE M., JR., Kappa Sigma . HUMPHREYS, CHARLES B ...... HUMPHREYS, JAMES H. .... . Jacksonville, Fla. . . Atlanta, Ga . Wharton, N. J. . Plainview, Tex . . Atlanta, Ga. . Stonewall, Ga. Sweetwater, Tcx. . . Atlanta, Ga. East Point, Ga. . . Atlanta, Ga. Spartanburg, S. C. . Parkin, Ark. College Park, Ga. College Park, Ga. . . Metter,Ga. . Moultrie, Ga. . Moultrie, Ga. HUNDER, RICHARD L ..... North Charleston, S. C. Phi Kappa Tau HUNT, JOSEPH F., Sigma Chi .... HUNT, THOMAS M., Bffrl Theta Pi . HUNTER, JAMES F ...... HURST, JAMES J., JR. . HURTADO, GUILLERMO . HUTCHINS, JAMES D. . . HUTCHINSON, BEN H., JR. . . HUTTEMEYER, LESLIE C ..... Phi Sigma Kappa HUTTON, HERBERT M ...... IMES, GEORGE C., III . . . . . Sanford, Fla. . Ruston, La. . Miami, Fla. . . Atlanta, Ga. . Cali, Colombia . Jefferson, Ga. , Hapeville, Ga. Ridgewood, N. J. . Columbus, Ga. . Griffin, Ga. CLASS OF '59 INGRAM, JAMES R. . INMAN, FRANK . . IORII, GAYLE ..... . . ISAZA, GUILLERMO ....... ISON, ROSWELL D., Phi Delia Theta . . IVIE, ROBERT E. ....... . JACKSON, E. ALLEN, Phi Gamma Drlia JACKSON, JESSE D., Kappa Alpha . . . JACKSON, MAUDINA A ....... JACOBS, RICHARD L., Alpha Tau Omega JACOBS, ROBERT NV ..,. .... JACOBS, STEPHEN A., Phi Gamma Della JACOBSON, GARY S., Alpha Epaiiaa Pi . JAMES, CHARLES N ........ JARRETT, LEROY K. .... . JAY, ELTON E. . JEFFARES, DONALD J ....... JENKINS, GEORGE T., Chi Phi .... JENKINS, HENRY A., Delta Sigma Phi . JENKINS, MARVIN E ........ JENKINS, ROBERT A., Pi Kappa Phi . JEINPNINGS, HOMER C ....,. JOHNS, JAMES E. . . . . . . JOHNSON, CHARLES R. . JOHNSON, DONALD E. . . JOHNSON, ELISHA ..... JOHNSON, FORREST T., chi Phi . JOHNSON, PRED I ..... . JOHNSON, HILTON K., chi Phi . JOHNSON, JEROLD W. . . . . . JOHNSON, RALPH W., chi Phi . . . JOHNSON, WILLIAM R., Bela Thela Pi . . Decatur, Ga. Memphis, Tenn. . Sarasota, Fla. Cali, Colombia . Atlanta, Ga. . Clayton, Ga. . Jackson, Ga. Gainesville, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. . Miami, Fla. Raymond, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. Brockton, Mass. Caroleen, N. C. . . Eton, Ga, Batesville, Miss McDonough, Ga . Norfolk, Va Juneau, Alaska . Thomson, Ga. Charleston, S. C. . Paducah, Ky. Woodbine, Ga. . Rossville, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga, . Umatilla, Fla. . Hazard, Ky. . Athens, Ga, . Norcross, Ga. - Corclele, Ga. - Atlanta, Ga. Gainesville, Ga. I IIIRTINDALE, ROB! IN XL'I NLXY, IUSI l'II I . IX . Cfanmn. UITIU RIRNIS, IILIRIIS xx . . . . IIIIIIIIIIHI, Om., lxI.XI, I-l'IllI.XNI M. . . . . . , Ml. Sxcrling. Ry. RIIIIII, IANIIS Xl., Ph: lJ.'l!.i 'l'h.l.i . . . I.aGr.mgc, Ga. IRIIIIY, RUIIIRI' Il., IR .....,. Nlilludgrxillv. Ga. RIIIUII, fR.XIG R., Phi Kappa Sigma RIlIOc.c., OORIION I-. . . . . RINNIDY, IIORILRRII O., JR., Kmla RIYS, NUIIII. Y., l.awh.f.l ffm .Ilpl-J RIIORARI, IIIJAN JIXI ..... . Madicra Beach, . . Clearwater, Sigma . Parrult. Fla. I'Ia. GJ. . . Cxrrcruillv, Ga. . . IJuver,N.J. RII KIIUXX, .XI Ill RI I. . . Nlanclmuucr, Ca. IRIIGURI, IIIRNAIIIJ .X, . , Carrollton. Ga. RIKIIIRU, KI NNI Illl I., . . .'XlI.1nlJ, GJ. RINCI, VII I IAM ll .... . . IIr.n.l':nIun, I-la. RINNI IIRI XY, KUISI RT I, . Ilaylunl I.I':JclI. IRIJ. RIRIIY, NXAYNI. N. . . . l.lIIx Clxurfll, YJ. RIRR, ,KIPRIAN I.. JR ...,...,. Maritim, Ga. RIRR, I..XRRY R , Mani.: l'hI lpuluu . SI. Albam, XY, Ya. RISSI KN, JUIIN Il., ,III ...,. Il. I..IuLlcrI.l.IIc, l-la. KI I IN, I .KXVKI N4 I. Y., l'.Iu l.pIi hu Phi . New York, N.'1'. RI I IN, MXNI RIQIJ Nl' ,... . Cranberry I.aIIc, N. kII'I'l', RUIII.R'l' ,l. ...,. . . . , Auguxu, GJ. kl I.'IEZII.N. S. ILXMUN, Phi Kappa Sigma . Sw.Irtl1mOrc, I'.I. RI INIIIINSEIA, C II.-KRLI S I.., Sagvua Ph: Iipxxluu . Yurk, KNI'ZI,YIlII, Y. JOHN II . KNICLIII, KIIARIIS I ..... KNIGHT, I INXIXRII l,,, K.:pp.l Sigma KNIGHT, I'. IlII..XNU, Kappa Srhgma RRASNUW, I'l7W.XRIl II ..., .Ilplfa rpI.1..,. In RR.XYI'I'l, R.XII'II, lliu l'pIilfm I'l-I . RYII, RAIPII 'I'., JR .... . . IANIAR. RUIIIRI U., III, Sigma Chi I.XXIlIlRI', GIURCI II. . l.XNl1GRIIIl', IJONXIIJ If . IXXUIURIB, IIUXXQXRIJ .X. . . . I'.I. . Miami, Iflz. , . , Enka, N.C.. . C:IuGrandc,Ari1. . . . Sumrcr, S.C. . Ilrldgcpurt , Conn. Wlxilclal.-:, N. Y. , . Dccazur . Truxuillc. . . . Rome, Ifaxr Point . . Jefferson IANOIORII, ,IUIIN Il ,........ III...I,.,,,, IxNc.SI'ON, IIIXIIR I , II.-.IJ JI.. mn, . . Rum.: IINIIR, IIUIIN A., JR., sm., Im 1p.II..., , ,I.I,,,,, IXNIIR. ,IUIIN N., I'I Kappa ,lIpv".I . , College Parl. IXIAIXIIR, ROY l', Suqvu .Yu , . I YI'I'.Il, GIRAID l., Th.-la Xi . IW. ,IAXIIS I ,,..... Iwwx, IIXXIU O . . . In ION, IIINYIAMIX T. . III..II.xxI ..... .. III. ,IAXIIN ca, .... . . III. RIK IIXRII II, llala Tfw-I'.: PI III, XYIIIIXNI J, I'flI'a Sig'-I: Viv, III. uIIII.xxI T., mv.. Iv'-I . IIIIIIXRI, SIRGIU ,X , Nm IINNIR, XIII, P741 Ifufvr: I'l IIXIIN LIIKRIIN I' NI,"rJ IEP: IIXXIN, JMR I , 741. Riff: Iplihw IINX li, RUIII RI' Xl, PM IfI..'- I: Pi IIXXIS, XLUNI I ...,., . IILZUX. I II XRLI S R. If-.F-JS CFI ,Iig IIIIS. ,IMR II.. Kapfa N14-'IE . . IININAY. I'RNI'i'I' D, PM Y.,-H My-7- LIXIISEY. GIRRY D ,.,... IIXDSEY. LEWIS C ,... , LITTIE. IRANCIS II. . . IITTLEYIOIIN. ERROI. M. . IIYIXGSTUN, CIIARIIS II LIVINGSTON, GERALD ,I .Xlcxandcr Lxly, . Perth .Xnllmxg X Ga. Ala. Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. GA. GJ. .XlJ. .W J. lhy Inna Buch. I Ia. . . . Ruanukc, YI. . Sandcrv-Illc. GI. . . Allann, Ga, . L.harIOIIc, N, C, . . . .XIIanu,G.1. . Svccuuxcr, Tn. . . Monlrmc. Ark. I'c.IrI-. Sula, Ilundurar . , Chnlnwn, S. C. , , .XlIanu,GI. . . . CIunlun..Xrl.. , II-rcs: IIIIIJ, 5 5 - . . Miaml, FII. a . BIrmIngl'um, Ala. , Mfmphs. Tmn, . . .XIlan:x,Ga. . CI-Iumbia. Tcnn. . Coral Gai-Iss, FII. . . Moscow, Ohir. . Spnrunburg, S C . College PHIL. GA. . . 5IlfItX!1,G1 FRESHMEN OHNSTON, JONATHAN D ......, , - . J Lambda Chi Alpha Mmm' Fl'- JOHNSTON, WILLIAM C ..... UW, Mon, JONES, ALLEN O ......... JONES, BURKE C., Sigma N11 . JONES, CHARLES D. JONES, DAVID R. . JONES, ELDON W. JONES, JAMES F., JR .... . JONES , JEREMY B., Drlla Sigma Phi , , JONES, JOHN M. . JONES, JON W. . . Clair, NJ - - Allanhi Ga: - - Eufaulq, All - Twin CI.. G.. ' ' AUSusu,C,,, ' T'mP1.Fh. - - Arlanu,Q,, Nwhpm, R. I . Ensr Point, G,: ' APISOD. Tenn JONES, LEIGH M., Phi Gamma Delia , Schcnccudy N Y. JONES, MALCOLM D., III, Kappa Sigma . Fort Monrge 'V. JONES, MITCHELL D ,... ....., I Iaconlgal JONES, ROBERT E., JR. . , , , ,,,,bi,,'M'- JOSEY, FRED H., JR. . , JJ,J,lJ,dgevmt1G:' JOYNER, DAVID E .... . . . , ,,,,,,,,, G JOYNER, MARION R., JR .....,, , C,,,,,,,,,,d' V'- JUDGE, THOMAS J., JR. Dc-.lla sigma Phi . . Ilioluilg-'All' RAHN, FREDERICK E., Alpha Epxilon Pi . . DallasITL RAHN, LLOYD E., JR., Phi Epxilou Pi . . New York 'N 'Q' RAISER, JAMES S., Delta sigma Phi .... AIIIIIQ 5,-' KALCOS, EFTHYMIOS P., Dvlla Sigma Phi , Brunswiclr CIO KALLELIS, JOHN P., cm Phi ...... IIIACOII, R Y' KAMINSKY, TAVIN A., Tan Epxilrm Phi . . Fitzgerald GI RAMPMEIER, WILLIAM xv .... . . c1mI.n.,,,, i,,,,,' RAPP, WILLIAM R., JR ..... Wes: Hempstead, Ny Phi Sigma Kappa KAROBA, JORGE A ........ Gunyaquil, Ecuhju, RARTZMARK, ROY M., JR .... . , , D,L,,,,J, lil: Sigma Phi Epsilon A I RAUDER, WILLIAM F., JR ..... Lookout Mm., T,,,,,, KAUFFMAN, FRED F., Pi Kappa Alpha . . . AtlanIa,G,, KAUFFMAN, JAMES F., Brla Thvta Pi . . Princeton, Mg, 13-1 AMES W' RI OCR, I 1 HAR 'IoCIR33I5. IAMEZ LOCIRWBERNARD Lggis, ESEQYLL' si. JOGUEI 3561.1 M., LOKEY. LD. LOND oN, GERA L. V DANIEL LONG, UL L. ou,,.FgTQVm,UR 11? UIIHDWRE HQ E IRIIEL RENNEEPH L ' os LUCIANR LLROY T. LUDWIG' ERT LUDWIG, ROE KLIIN IIIIIIIUS, PRA? R. I LUIIRYJ IMIIEJARDR LUTTRELL, LUTTRELL' E J IION5' GEORGOBEI1 IIIIGREIEQEI' QUTHI J1,cKlN ' R IIIHAL, RONALD P. I IIAIIA, EDWAEQHE II.IILIxRD,LIgQANZA IIIILOY- IIANN. CHARLES If ' IRS CHESTER XIII I IIIRR. I1RREgfA,ff, IIIRSHALL. C IIARTENSI WALTER o IIIRTIN. ALEXRNI3, IIARTIN, RU-E G' IIIRTIN, DAVID H IIIRTIN. EDWARD IIIRTIN. GEORGE IIIRTIN. JAMES If IIARTIN, JOHN R- IIIRTIN, THOMAS I IIASILEK, WILLIAM I IIAsoN, DAVID W. MASTERS, DAVID I IIATHIS, DARRYL I MATTHEWS, LUTHE Im, ROBERT M., 1' IIIINARD, HOMER OIIICALMAN, JAMES IIICAUGI-IAN, ROBEI A IIQCLESKEY, CARL IIICOLLUM, JOHN I IIICOLIUM, RICHAR IIICONNELL, JAMES IIICONNELL, LAWSK IRCULLOCH, JOHN o IIIQURDY, OLEN T.. IIIDONALD, WILLIA I II.DoRouGH, ROBIH IIIDONOUGH, TI-I0 IIcDUFFIE, GROVER RCDUGALD, THOM. IWUGHEY, WALTI IIIGIE, Ronny DEE ma i MCGJNNJS, 505 B, , . Carrollton, Ga. . . . . Mi1mi,FIa UPI' ' o fl' Mo , U 'Hclaii-,N . S 'EA'l1nra, A ullfaula, A . TWU., City i ' Augustaig ' Atlanta, G1 . Northporr, N Y . ' EaS'.1'0iM,'c Allison I' Sch ' Tenn Port 1x1,,,,me, X, U ' Macon, Ga - Mobile Al . Milledgevmei 1. Gi. ' ' - Atlanta, G 1 im: R C0""l1f1diI'l' iz Pi, U ' Mobile, Alai ' ' Dallas, Tex . . New York, NUY. ' 1- - Athalia, 01,-' J Phi . Brunswick, G? ' - - Mineola, N. hi . . Fitzgef,1d,G, Wg' Chatunogaf Tenn' st Hempstead, N, yi ' Guayaquili Ecuador ' ' ' DfLH1d.r1.. Lookout Mtn. Tenn. , I N - . . Atlanu,G1, - Princeton, Mo, Tampa. FII' U o enectady N Y' LOCK, JAMES W ......... LOCKWOOD, HARRY, Della Tau Dalia LOCKWOOD, JAMES C., Chi'Phi . . I LOEB, BERNARD S ......... Alexandria, Va. 1 LOPTIS, ESLEY L ......... LOGUE, DAN L., Sigma Alpha Epsilon LOKEY, HUGH M., Kappa Alpha . . LONDON, GERALD, Alpha Epsilon Pi LONG, DANIEL L .... LOVETT, PAUL L ...... LOWE, WILBUR F., Sigma Chi . . LU, HOWARD H., Theta X1 .... LUBEL, KENNETH E., Alpha Epsilon Pi . . Bronx, N.Y. W'inter Haven, Fla. 3 . . . Atlanta, Ga. . Las Cruces, N. M. . Greenwood, S. C. . . . Decatur, Ga, l . . Atlanta, Ga. . . Baltimore, Md. . Way'nesbor0, Ga. Daytona Beach, Fla. . Greenville, Miss. . Birmingham, Ala. 1. LUCIANI, JOSEPH ......... Elmont, N. Y. LUDWIG, LEROY T., Phi Kappa Sigma . Atlanta, Ga. LUDWIG, ROBERT P ....... . Miami, Fla LUMMUS, FRANKLIN E., Phi Della Thrla . Cloumbus, Ga. LUMRY, JAMES R., Dtnlta Sigma Phi . . . Dunwoody, Ga. LUTTRELL, BOARDMAN C., JR. . . . . Atlanta, Ga. LUTTRELL, CHARLES L ..... . LYONS, GEORGE J ...... MACGREGOR, ROBERT D. . . MACKINNON, LUTHER G., III . . MAHAL, RONALD R., Theta Chi . MALIA, EDWARD P., Della Tau Delia MALLARD, MATTHEW A., III, Theta Xi MALLOY, LORANZA D ...... MANN, CHARLES K., JR ..... MARKS, CHESTER D., JR., Phi Kappa Tan . Atlanta, Ga. MARR, MARCUS J., Thala Xi . . . MARSHALL, CHARLES E., JR .... MARTENS, WALTER E .... MARTIN ALEXANDER L., III . . . Phi Gamma Delta MARTIN BILL G. ..... . MARTIN DAVID H ..... MARTIN EDWARD E. .... . MARTIN, GEORGE H., JR. . . . . MARTIN, JAMES J., Sigma Phi Epxilon MARTIN, JOHN B ......, MARTIN, THOMAS D., Chi Phi . MARTINDALE, ROBERT E ..... MASILEK, WILLIAM L., Phi Kappa ra.. . MASON, DAVID W ..,.... MASTERS, DAVID A. . . . MATHIS, DARRYL E ..... . MATTHEWS, LUTHER J., JR. . . . MAY, ROBERT M., Phi Kappa Tan . MAYNARD, HOMER S ..... MCCALMAN, JAMES R ..... MCCAUGHAN, ROBERT I-I ..... Alpha Tan Omega MCCLESKEY, CARL M .... . MCCOLLUM, JOHN P., JR .... . MCCOLLUM, RICHARD M ..... MCCONNELL, JAMES D., Phi Kappa Tap MCCONNELL, LAWSON J., cm Phi . MCCULLOCH, JOHN R ...... MCCURDY, OLEN T., Phi Della Thr-la MCDONALD, WILLIAM D., JR. . . Phi Sigma Kappa MCDONOUGH, ROBERT H ..... Della Tau Dalia MCDONOUGH, THOMAS J., JR. . MCDUEEIE, GROVER L ...... MCDUGALD, THOMAS T. . . , . MCGAUGHEY, WALTER N ..... Sigma Alpha Epsilon MCGEE, BOBBY D. ..... . . Rockwood, Tenn. . Brunswick, Ga. . . Beloit, . Greenville, . Memphis, Tenn. . . Brooklyn, N. Y. . Worchester, Mass. . . . Chipley, . . . Decatur, Ga. . . Richmond, Va. . . . Atlanta, Ga. . Greensboro, N. C. . Baltimore, Md. . I-Iinesville, Ga. . Marietta, Ga. . Decatur, Ga. . Griifin, Ga. . Dublin, Ga. . . Tampa, Fla. , LaGrange, Ga. . . . Bartow, Fla. N. Charleston, S. C. . . Jonesboro, Ga. . . . Miami, . Donalsonville, Ga. NVinston-Salem, N. C. . . . Tampa, . Brunswick, Ga. Chattanooga, Tenn. . . Crossett, J .i . . Russell, . Royston, Ga. . . Atlanta, Ga. Summerville, Ga. . Marietta, Ga. . Bainbridge, Ga. Forest Park, Ga. Wis. Ala. Fla. Fla. Fla. Ark. Ky. . Randallstown, Md. . Yonkers, N. Y. . Savannah, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. . Dundee, Fla. . Macon, Ga. . Decatur, Ga. .M Y i Y CLASS I OF '59 Lu.. I I 5 MCGOOGAN, JOE T. . . AICGREGOR, ALBERT J ...... Phi Delia Theta MCINTOSH, WILLIAM M. . . . . Dalia Sigma Phi BICINTYRE, GEORGE B ...... MCKAY, HENRY M., Kappa Alpha . . MCKELUEY, HERBERT L., Bela Thfia Pi RICKENNEY, HENRY R., JR ..... Lambda Chi Alpha . Brunswick, Ga. Union City, N. J. MCGRATH, ROBERT J ..,,.... Managua, Nicaragua . Harrisburg, Pa. . . Ailey, Ga. . . . Macon, Ga. . Franklin, N. C. . Woodbury, Ga. MCKENZIE, JAMES S., JR., Phi Delta Theta Bainbridge, Ga MCKENZIE, JERRY M., Sigma Chi . . . Chattanooga, Tenn. MCKEY, HAROLD A., JR., Della Tan Delia . Rockmart, Ga. MCKINNEY, HAROLD G., Sigma Nu . . MCKINNEY, JAMES H. ....... MCKINNON, RAYMOND K., JR. . MCLAIN, DAVID K., Theta Xi . MCLEAN, JAMES E. . . MCLENDON, XVM. P. . MCLEROY, EDDIE I: .... . MCMAHON, RICHARD O ...,.. MCNEILL, DAVID A., Alpha Tau Omega MCNEILL, DONALD R ....... MCQUEEN, JOHNNY E. . . MCSXVAIN, DELANO R. . BICWHORTER, KENNETH . . . . MEADOWS, PHILIP O ....... BIELLICHAMP, DUNCAN A., Bela Thtla BIENDEZ, JOSEPH C ........ METZ, PAUL J., JR ...... BIEWBOURNE, THOMAS XV .... Alpha Tau Omega . Owensboro, Ky. . . Atlanta, Ga. . East Point, Ga. . . Buford, Ga. , . Alma,GJ. . Atlanta. Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. . Wheaton, III. . . Thomson, Ga. . Augusta, Ga. . Vidalia, Ga. . Rebecca, Ga. . Carrollton, Ga. . . Vidalia, Ga, Pi . Albany, Ga. Falls Church, Va. . Memphis, Tenn. . Decatur, Ga. MEYER, HARRY, JR., Della Sigma Phi . . Savannah, Ga, MIDDLEBROOKS, CHARLES O., JR. . . . Marietta, Ga, ' I I Y. WI FRESHMEN ' g ,HMM .f. Q o ' I ' A I 'A " . '- 1 I I4 ,, Q -' ,fi t . A . -: ' I l 4' EI: BPS 4' a v I f. I 1 Lx. l I nxt . . I I 'M r .Q V 1 4 'Q I V 3 . f ,P ' ' '2 L ' , ' -C J f , Il : 1' f, ,P . 1 1 ' , I A J - ' V R4 IZ! , I j ' , ' 1 , , ,. 2 A I . . I 3 5 4 Y I 1 6 -l ' '42 . ' I' -- ' A , I L J J. I 1: ni I , I ' 'J C :II ' I ' I I Lf I It O MORRIS, JAMI S Xl, . . lurt I'Icnt- Il.I. NIURRI5, ROIILRI I ..,.. . , . llmliurxt, Ill, .I NIIIRRIN, x.xMt'II xx ,, . . RIIIIIII. GI. Ntukxl , ROI .XXII I., I'l'l Kafvfu I-414 . . . S.n.Iun.llI, GJ. XIURIIIUN, V .Xl 'I'I R II , Ilf-lt.: IJII Um. PJ . Vf'.IyErw.x, Ga. J KIIJSLI Y, GARY I . . . . Xlacnn GJ. NIUSI R, XYII I IAM R . . ..., . Mxirllrvuxlmru, ' clltl. Sigma MOSS, XI.XR'I'II.X K. . . .Xtl.Int,I, GI. 'I q O XIUI I', RUCII R XI. , . . . Nlurmy Ry. I XIlJL'l'l'UN, I l'IiI NI l'., . TIIIIIIIII Ifallx GJ, I .NItbL'l'l'UN, JLIINON Il AIA... . I'aLf...... I-I.. , 5II'I I'K II, IIl.XRI I S .X .1 'I'.1u . 'I'.Imp.I, I'l.I, NIl'IIlN, .XNIIRI XX N. , . Culurnluux Ga. W MQW.: 5 MFI I IN.-XX, RUIII R I' I . Ihlwrttiti, OIIIII Ii NlL'NIlY. ,IOIIN II. . . Gainutvillc, Ga. 5 XIINN, IRII7 U., IR. , Iliarlnttc, X.C. I I - O MLNUZ, MAXIMU I. MUNROI-., LIIARI I S I'., Sigma tlu . . NIL'Rl'IIY, CIZORUI XY., III . . . . ML'RI'IIY, JAM! S If, Sigur.: I'lII Iptiln N III V .IL'RRAlI. ILXSLUM XV.. 1 , .. MYERS, IIIOMAS J., l'lfI C,.Iwm.I IJ.-lf.: x,xI.I, JAMIS xv. . . NRNII, J.xMIs M. . Ii., I ' o NRNII, LARRY c. . in NIM., DON M.. IR. . I NIANI-., DARYIN N, . I NIEIIII.xM,xx'.xI.'I'IR II.. Il . . . . , NI"I'II.Y, IIAROIII II., lI.la I 1-.III P. . I NI.II.Y. JOHN R.. JR. J XIISUN, JIMMY M.. ,IR . NIINON, M.XL'RItI 5. ,IR I o NINIIIRRY. JMRNIIN li R.I,,M I'l-I I NINYIIIRRY. IIIUMAN XI. ., IR. . . . "I NI-WXIAN, I'RRI,'I'I' IJ I I NILIIUI., . . NICIIUIS. IIOII II. . NILIIUIS, JUIIX .X, lll, IJIIIJ SI. l NICIIUISON, IIULMIAN .M . . 1 'I NOR MAN, ,IOL M NORTON. RICIIARII .X., NI,1v..' I' NURION, ROXAID I .I Rout, IIANII.. R.,-.I I-fl. . NLNNAILI. ULIB. II ' UARIS, Rlll R.. IR. . UDLIIIR. SIMON R. . 0 UGIILRN, LILXRIIS I. AYRIIAII, DAYIII .X. . 0 URILON, MIIYIN XI. NIWX SOMI, IRNI NI' I., Nixma I'f'I lfw IIXRRI I IR III NI Ra O XILIIUISUN. IIUXI XRIJ IJ, VI'-I I UK ONNOR, IUHX R, Ill, N.,-fa O RYIIUNNIII. IXXLI I , IR, Ana. N UIIRIRS, RILILXRIJ III OEIJIX. XXIIIIANI II.. lll OGII'I'RII', CILXRIIN R UIIRTMAN. DON .X, l'f" xv . I In ana, Cuba . Iircctixlxurtr, rl . . Urlatldu. St. SIIIIIIIIN Island. . . . .XtlInt.I. . . Decatur. . X .trtwll . Nncllxillv . . Oak I'JrI., . . Saxannalx, . , Nlilml, l'la. GI I'l.I. Ga Ga. GI. GI. Ga. Ill. QA. . llntluttc, N. C. . . .Xtl.IIIt.I, . III: Iminl. . . .XtI.mta, . IIIIIIIIIIIU, 'IA . l'I-vcru Illu . . SIIIILII I c GJ. Ga. GJ. cnn. GI. nn. . . XX.-IIdrutI.S,C. :fwfr . Ilttlvcuvll PP- . Xnlivillc. 'I' . . Atlanta. 'VII . XIcIt1pI1Iw,'I' . . Iltanattqq C XI. unit. GI. rm. CI. f-IIJJIII l': . NIRJIIIIIII, GI. . tlurlt-ttc. XA '-I I MI. Ju . lit-nun, III, . , t Int.-n, CII. . Kurticld. NMI. - I-'frwt I'ItI,. GI. II.,f... I'III x.I,, Nw. . Ii IJ..rItlII, ,XrI,, . XIIIIIII, III IJ. Xrtt-I, N. XY. l. I 'til Iialfi.-R, III Il:.IttI: GI . . Nita-.Xl . . . Kv.It..n, . lII.NNN:..r. X - . . XIIIIIII, XIcmpII,., 1 I" YI Li I .I. II. nn ORON. JAMES .L . . . MIIHII, C.. OLIVER. GEORGI' I. . II.. Pfins. C., otsfx. MEIEIN tx. IR... Rf,-I I , P.,.,.n,,,,,,, tt, ITNEII. L'I,XL'IlIL'i O . I.:....,G, URR. JERRY N.. P1-. A-f I' . , tt..H.JJ, R., OTTOMEIER. D.XlI' J . . . . IMA. IA., I ,g.,, OWEN. JAMES II . . I'reg:cI,.. H.AI,,,, MIDDLETON, JOHN H., Sigma Nu . . , MIDDLETON, WILLIAM A., Sigma Nu MILES, GRADY M. . . EDWARD G., JR ..... MILLER MILLER MILLER. MILLER, MILLER JACR C., JR. JAMES R.. Alpha Ta-u Omega Pl-IILLIP S., Kap RALPH B., JR. pa Sigma . . Tau Kappa Epsilon MILLER, ROBERT C., JR., Sigma CEI MILLIGAN, DONALD L. . . . . MILLIRAN, ROBERT J. MILTON, EDWARD V., III . . . MILTON, ROBERT P. . MITCHELL, JAMES R., JR., Rapp... sigmi MITCHELL, WILLIAM R ...... Delta MOBLEY, EDGAR L., JR. Tau Drlta MONTGOMERY, JOHN C ..... Sigma MONTIEL, CESAR R. . MOON, GERALD R. . MOON , RICHARD A. . MOORE MOOREZ MOORE MOORE MOORE, MOORE MOORE MOORE BOBBY L. . . DOUGLAS S., K Phi lipxilon Silver Spring, - - Atlanta, - - Atlanta, - Atlanta, gl' . Atlanta, gf ' ' PUIYI Ga. - Claxton, GI' . Alexandria, Lf - - . Savnanah, G4 ' Sanford, FII. - - . Savannah, G, - . Savannah, G,: ' ' Miami, FII. V - . Marietta, QL .MIL . East Point, G., . East Point, G.. Grow CIW. Pa. . . . . . Marianne Havana,Cub, appa Sigma EMORY L ....... GEORGE B. . HOWARD E., JR. . JAMES M., JR. LARRY D. . . PAUL W. . . MOORPIEAD, JAMES J. MORGAN, JOHN D., JR .... MORGENSTERN, LESLIE I ..... Alpha Epsilon Pi MORRIS, HENRY P., Tbrla Cbi . . East Point, G., - - Atlanta, G., - Decatur, GL ' MCIIIPIIIS. Tcnn. - . Lindalc, GL . . Atlanta, GJ, Hansville, S, C, - . Atlanta, G., . . Atlanta, GI, - - Atlanta, GI, Middletown, Ohio . . Atlanta, GJ, Miami Beach, lil., . Tcnnille, GI. I I I PENS' FAEIIITI9 gzMENTJ BLARRY PADGET 'TOU- PAPACHEEENE H JIAPI-IIE? FRANKI- PAIIIKER' HAROLI SQFIERI NORMA Y E. PARKS' PEREALL ' PARK' IEIAIIJEIL A PAQQIETJ IIALJJQ PA ' AR PARTLOIQE HWIL PARTIUDRRQ E. JIATE. JE N JAC JIATTERSO ' I TERSONI PA I :QITERsoN6gQi p,.rIILLo. RT PAIILR. ROBE ,J PAYNE. JAMES PAINE, JOILS5 PEAK. IOH Auf, PEARSONI P FEARSONJ WIIJLEIA PEARL. JOPIIIN ,Ji PEAVY. J0 D ', PECII. WILLAR ' PEGG, ROBERT J. JPENFIELD. JERRY NICK JosEPH PE I PENN, LUCIU5 I NA, THOMAS ' IIRZ. GERMAN. PERKINS, JAMES A PERKINS' JOHN PERRY, CHARLIE? PETERSON. DAVIP PETERSON, PAUL PETERSON, RICH' 9 PETH, JOSEPH E.. PETRIE, LESTER I PFEFFER, ELEZAR PHARR, CHARLES PHILIPS, CHARLE: PHILLIPS, JOE R. PICKARD, THOMI PIERCE, DOYLE C o PIERCE, JOHN A. PIERCE, JOHN H. PILGRIM, RAYMO: PINKNEY, FRANCQ PITIIAN, PETER P PIITs, CHARLES PITTS, JOHNNY I PITTS, LUCIUS L. o PoLLARD, RALPH PooRE. BOBBY c PORTWOOD, MIC PosEY, FRANK H PosT, ALLEN W., POST, CURTISS E POSTON. CHARLII POTTS. JOHN P., H- MNH--. Atlanta ' . ' Allinhlgl ' I - . ' Arima y. , I . At1.,,,:g W ' ' . H SJ - ' i Clpffry, cl - , t l Al lxgonlq , . . h Elllndda LL 'lon ' S"'nInalIlGl . ,N Clif . l ' ' sinfo .1 . - SlI'il1n2hl 21 U . Savannah' G1 . , i ' ' Miami,H:' Sixma , sux Miriettyq - . lf' 5P'inst. Ili fa - East Pnintycil . . East Poinncl lan. l ' Grove CitI.P. . Maria:-430 Hahn: Cub . , I 1 - East Point, 0,1 ' ' - Atlanta,G,l - Decanilg, ' MemPl'Iis, Tm, ' - Lindzle Q, sl - Atlanta: G, ' Hartsville, SIE ' - M-Mi - - Atlanu,G, ' - - Atl ' . . hiiddleroviillhiz l ' '. ' ,A'l1m1yGI. 1 Pi ' Mmm' B"Ch,II.. ' ' ' - Ttnnille,GJ, OWENS, FARLEY R., Bela Thrla Pi . . Clevelanel, Miss. OZMENT, BURTON R ..... . . Greensboro, N.C. PADGETT, LARRY R ........... Darien, Ga. PAPACHRISTOU, JOHN ..... Mount Vernon, N. Y. PAPE, EUGENE H., Phi Kappa Sigma . . . Savannah, Ga. PARKEL, FRANKLIN T ........ Trussville, Ala. PARKER, HAROLD W., Phi Kappa Tau . . Atlanta, Ga. PARKER, NORMA E ....... . . Leslie, Ga. PARKS, PERRY E., JR ......... Gainesville, Ga. PARR, RANDALL L., Theia Xi . . . Winston-Salem, N. C. PARRISH, NEIL A., Alpha Tau Omrga PARROTT, VALUARD D ..... PARTLOW, HARRY A ....., PARTRIDGE, WILLIAM K. . RATE, JERRY E ..... PATTERSON. JACKIE E. . PATTERSON PAT R. Chi Psi . . PATTILLO, CHARLES E ...... . . . Ewa, Hawaii . . . Dalton. Ga. . Lincoln, Ala. . Augusta, Ga. . Decatur, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. . Glennvillc , Ga. PATTERSON: RALPH Delta Sigma .Phi . . Atlanta, Ga. . . . LaGrange, Ga. PAULK, ROBERT A ......... . . Wray, Ga. PAYNE, JAMES W ....... . . Rome, Ga. PAYNE, JOE S .......... . . . Rome, Ga. PEAK, JOHN D., Lambda Chi Alpha . . Columbus, Ga. PEARSON, PAUL L ........ . Savannah, Ga. PEARSON, WILLIAM B., Della Sigma Phi . . Atlanta, Ga. PEARL, JOHN F., Dalia Sigma Phi .... Regina, Canada PEAVY, JOHN H., Delia Tan Dtullu . . Barnesvillc, Ga. PECK, WILLARD S. ......... Huntsville, Ala. PEGG, ROBERT J ........ PENFIELD, JERRY W., Tau Kappa Epsi PENICK, JOSEPH C. ..... . PENN, LUCIUS W ........ PENNA, THOMAS M. . PEREZ, GERMAN ...... PERKINS, JAMES H ....... PERKINS, JOHN E., Kappa Aiipha PERRY, CHARLES N ...... PETERSON, DAVID O ..... PETERSON, PAUL L ....... PETERSON, RICHARD A ..... Lambda Chi Alpha PETH, JOSEPH E., Tau Kappa Epsilon PETRIE, LESTER M ........ PFEFFER, ELEZAR S., Tau Epsilon Pi PHARR, CHARLES R ....... PHILIPS, CHARLES W., Kappa Alpha . St. Petersburg, Fla. lon . Guilford, Conn. . . . Cornelia, Ga. . . . Douglas, Ga. . DelRay Beach, Fla. . . . Havana, Cuba . . . Atlanta, Ga. . Tallahassee, Fla. . . . Atlanta, Ga. . Birmingham, Ala. . Cartersville, Ga. . . Tampa, Fla. . . . Marlow, Ga. . . . Decatur, Ga. . Caracas, Venezuela . Lawrenceville, Ga. . . Atlanta, Ga. PHILLIPS, JOE R ......... . . Bartow, Fla. PICKARD, THOMAS E ...... . Rossville, Ga. PIERCE, DOYLE C ..... . . Trion, Ga. PIERCE, JOHN A., Kappa Sigma . . . Morrilton, Ark. PIERCE, JOHN H ..... . . . West Jefferson, N. C. PILGRIM, RAYMOND W ..... PINKNEY, FRANCIS D., Phi Phi . . PITMAN, PETER P., Tau Kappa Epsilon . IHITTS, CHARLES P. .... . . PITTS, JOHNNY H., JR ...... PITTS, Lucius L., II, Thrhi xi . POLLARD, RALPH E., Kappa Alpha . POORE, BOBBY G ........ PORTWOOD, MICHAEL L ..... POSEY, FRANK H., JR., Della Sigma POST ALLEN W. JR. Chi Phi . . POST: CURTISS Ii., JR ...... ' ' Tan Kappa Epsilon POSTON, CHARLES A ...... Phi Sigma Kappa POTTS, JOHN P., Phi Sigma Kappa . . . . Lafayette, Ga. . . . Savannah, Ga. . . Atlanta, Ga. . . . Moultrie, Ga. . Thomaston, Ga. . . . Rome, Ga. . . Lake Charles, La. . . Candler, N. C. . . . Decatur, Ga. Phi . . Atlanta, Ga. . . Atlanta, Ga. . Chattanooga, Tenn. . Chattanooga, Tenn. GNJMCLASS OF '59 I .av . , M POU, MICHAEL Dalia Tan Dvlla POUND, POSTER E ....... l . . Winter Park, I'la. . . College Park, Ga. PONVELL, HENRY R., III, Della Tan Delia . Augusta, Ga. PREETORIUS, CHARLES D .... PRESCOTT, WILLIAM D., JR. . . Pi Kappa Alpha . . . . AuJ5uSta,Ga. . . . Savannah,G.I. PRESTON, JOHN R., Kappa Alpha ..... Mama. G.. PREVAL, LUIS G. ...... Central Manari, Otc, Cuba PRICE, PAUL T., Phi Dalia Thria .... LaGrange, Ga. PRIEST, RICHARD E., Sigma Nu . PRIESTER, KENTON C ...... PRUITT, PLEMING S., JR., Pi Kappa PRUITT, ROBERT B., Chi Phi . . PULIDO, JOSE ........ P RVINE HARVEY R U . . J ...-- PRINCE, XVILLIAM W., Sigma Nu . . PYE, REGINALD P .... . . . QUEEN, GARLAND L ...... QUINONES, JESUS E ...,.. . . Georgetown, S. C. . . . . Macon, Ga. Alpha . Staresboro, Ga. . . . . Savannah, Ga. . . Cicnfucgos, Cuba . . Atlanta, Ga. . Hen Hill, Ga. . Odum, Ga. . . . . Casar,N.C. . . Ceiba, Puerto Rico RAHNER, JOSEPH D., III, Chi Psi . . . Arlington, Va. RAINEY, CHARLES D ..... RAINEY, EDWIN Q. . . . . . RAMONES, RAFAEI. A ...... RAMSEUR, ARTHUR, JR., Kappa A RAMSEY, DAVID W ...... RAY ROBERT W JR RANDALL, WALTER T. . RAYMOND, ROBERT E. '. '. '. '. w . . . Logan. Utah . . . Atlanta, Ga. . . Caracas, Venezuela lpha . Greenville, S. C. . . . . Atlanta, Ga. . Columbia, Ky. . . . . Macon, Ga. . . . . Palm:tro,Pla. REDFERN, CARLTON ., JR., Sigma Nu . . Marietta, Ga. REDEORD, WILLIAM R, . . . . REED, JAMES D ........ REED, SAMUEL J., III . . . . Decatur, Ga. . . . . Atlanta. Ga. . . Morristown. Tenn. REEVES, LEWIS F., JR., 'Baia ThRla.Pi . . . Clayton, Ga. RLNR, IIlRIIIR'I' S. . ml' A RIIHSIR, JOIIN xx., IR RUV-'I, AMIS II, R. . . AII.InIa.Ga, IIISIIcnwaILI. Tenn, I J RmS'I.xNII, c,R.x'I'I'.Lx xx IR SWA. ffl.. . ALIIAIRGI. ROu'SI', JOIIN I. . . ROY, KLIURGI I., llfln 'I.iIi IL'll.I . . RVARK, IURIN I., IR RL'IllJIR, IIIARIIS II, RIQNRI I, RUIII RT S. Rl'I'II, IIYRUN II . NAKRIR, RUIIIRI' J. SAIIITRII, JIRRI' I., I' S.xc.LS'I'I'xII, XIIRIIDU SAJISI, JOHNNY I. . NAIAZAR, AIIRII70 A I Kufifu I'lfI . . vi -I , , Gulfpurt, ITIJ. AIIIIcIIcxlv:l'. N. II. . . .ALIJnK1. GJ- . , Azlann, Ga. , . Ruckvillc, Md. . Ridgcwuml, N. Nfw Orlcanx, I.a. . . . , . . Rey Vfcxl. ITIL . . Ailmu, GI, Yu S1ILaLIOr, ISI Salvador Atlanta. GJ. Managua, Nicaragua I.amlIJ.i fffu xlflffu SAMXIUNS, CIIARIIS I' ...... Ilunxingmn, XV. VI. Drlla 'l'.uI Dill.: SALT IR, IIUNAIID Ci., 'l'f-rl.: AI . . . Sumpx, Ark. SAXX'YI.R, XYIIIIAM C. SAYIUR, jI.RRY AX. I.Iur:nCcLIIIC. GJ. . . AIIanU.G.1. Ni XRRAIMI, IIARRY A., VIR., Bri.: 'lilwI.i l'i . Mmluluuin, GI. SlIIAI.I-IIR, IARRY G. NIIIAIIR. IAMI-S M, NC IIMIIl'I'. IIRRY Il. , . lake C.IIy, I'I.I. . . Atlanta. Ga . Springlicld, Ohio Sl IIL'i IIIR'I', I'IIIIII' G., II.-11.4 Siguhi Phi . immn. Ohh- SLIILRIL R, IISLSQLRD I., l'l-T KSN-I TA, , I'crn CML, Ry. SL.III"I'I'I, .IRI ND II.. ,IR ...... , CIIun1IvIT:c'.GI. SQIIXYANIIIIIII, WIIIIAM I.., IR. . . r . Saxlnnah, Ga. Kappa Sigma NK IIN!-'AR'I'l, 1 IIARI IN I.. .Alpha lpuliiu Fi , N.1iIniIIc, Tenn. Nl UIIIY, XXIIIIAM I'. . NVUGCINN, IIAYIIJ M., xL0'l"l'. CRAIG K. . . . . . . . , NaShx'iIIc,Tcnn. Drill Yiwu.: Phi , . AtIanta.G.I. . . . . . . . . AtIaI:Ita,G2. Sl RIYI NIR, IIARRY XY.. II . , ,Iacl.mnLiIIc,I'I1. NIIARX, I'I RRY I-Y, Sign.: C'lII . . . . Orlandn, I'Ia, RIAY, MARVIN I , I'I K.If'fv.I Phi . ..,. Xllanla, Ga. NIGRAYIN, XX XYNI I, NIliRI.5-IA, RUIIIRI' Xl., NIIIIR5. RUIIIRI R.. SINIIIIR. IIDXYARI3 I' NINRIIIII, ML'RRXY II NIRINL U. IRYIN I , TJ SIRXIL I, ILMIS II, rf-. Sw-.S RIMS . Kappa .Alpha ...,. Xllanla. Ga. l'l-I YIQHIJ K.lf'fu K. . . , . . . . . .-Ilcgf I'ark.Ci.I. . RucILIcL.Igc. IIa. . . . . , . lLSIunIIua.h.l.. , , . . . . . . IIIrcrun,G1. Ii Ifwilfwi I'f'I . . Mrmphis, Tenn, . klarkcunllc. GI. SIWLRIT. XYIIIIAM II. III, Iwi. Sw... rfv. . .LLIIAU C., SINYIII, GIUYIR II, IR., Mgr-1.1 Chi . . , Ncwnm GI, NIIARV. IUIIN I. . NIIAXX. KIIARIIS NI . . . . . . . . . DccaIur,Gi, . . . Ccdarmun. GI. NIIIIIIAN. IIIUNIXN I. Uh: Phi ..,, Sninmh GL NIIFIR, Xl YIIS X , Pi-I lfwilfn Pi . . Miami Beach, Fla. SIIIII. ,ILSIIS L , SIIIITLIN. IILIRLLI I SIIII IRIN, IUII3 I SIIL.I'I'.xRII, I. I3 . SIIIIWIAN. " , . . . Ilruniwicl.. Ca. . AIIanII, Ga, - . Auguila. Ga. . , Aihnu, Gi, i4"'.: K.M"a ' - ,, ..lamdcn.3.l. IIII I I' N NIIOIAIARIR. IIXII R, ,IR . , . i'IrIcruIIIe,Ga. '-IIL'I'I'S, RUIIIRLI' IW, SIIL'MATF, MARVIN XL SIKLGFIKOW. ROIINIVY U, 'Il . . , . Azlanu, Gi, . . Ilcphzibah, GI, . McHrnr1, III. PI Raffs PM SIRIS. ROBERT II. Tuff, Sw.. SIIBERMAN. IRA J.. T-S. Ip.: r... . SILYFR. JAMES It . . SIMMONS, RICHARD Ii.. IR. . , , , McIIcr.Ga. . Rey' Taxi, FIA. . . . . . Sl, Louis, Mo. . BnI!imOrt. Md. Drffa TAI- Iliff.: SIMON. ALEXANDER A SIMS. CHARLES A.. 1.4-:E-JE SIMS. JOE D ..., , IR . . Dclrav Beach. Fla. .Ifffu . BII'mingI'Iam.AIz, . . . . COIumbIarIa..Aia. SINGER. WIllI.XAI, .iffiw Iifxlf 'E FI . Thomnwn Gm. o REID, EDWIN J-. JR.. Chi Phi . REMPE, E. TED, BL-Ia Tlzvhr Pi . Atlnnu, G, - . Coral Gablu, ph: I RHEA, CLAUDE S ..... Hunrin RHOADS, LEE A., JR .... - - . HiiiiI:2,:I:-IE. RHODEN, GRADY L ..... Chm.,,,,,,ga +1w. RICE, DAVID L., Kappa Alpha . . , , Adm' ""'- RICHARDS, ALLEN R., The-In xi , . Q n Smyriz. ci. RICHARDS, JAMES B ...... . Mi. Srerliiilgtgg' Q RICHARDSON, EDWARD D .... , B,,,,,,ng,um RICHARDSON, JAMES E ...... SI. 5 - 'M'- Lamhda Chi Alpha UU Pnngs' Md' RICHMOND, HENRY G., Dt'IfJ Sigma Phi , , T RIMBLAS, RAFUEL M ....., Holgiun, oriEiIiTa'qFt' J .4 RINGWALT, ROBERT W ......., Bainbridgg E' Lv RITTELMEYER, GEORGE A,, Brin Thrla Pi . ALI, ' " ROBBINS, ALFRED H., III, Phi Dvlla Thrlu G -',?'G" ROBERT, LAWRENCE W., cm Phi .... IATIIIMI' ROBERTS, EDDIE L ..... . Moultrie G, ROBERTS, PAUL J., cm Phi . . . , F,,,bum'G- ROBERTS, THOMAS M ........ M ' 1' Ii' , Sigma Alpha Epsilon amp ls Tenn' RODDENBERY, WALTER B., III . RODGERS, EDWARD G., Sigma Nu ROGERS, AUGUSTUS C., JR. . . ROGERS, OSCAR F .... ROGERS, WILLIAM F ...... ROLEY, RICHARD G ..... ROSE, JOHN E., JR ...... Ia J . ROSS, CARROLL M. . FRESHMEN ROBISON, JOHN S ........... Monroe, ROBISON, VVILLIAM A, ...... Daytona Beach, ' ROMEH, GEORGE B., III, Chi Psi . . ROBERTS, WILEY D ......... AIEALIEEIIAG, ROBINSON, RAMON G., Phi sigma IOWA . Pensacola I:I,I . Ga. I'Ia. - - - . C:iro,GI, . Mariana, GL . . . Grillin, Ga, . Bolingbrokr, GJ, . Memphis, Tenn. - . Miami, Fla. . . Miami. IIII. . Charlene, NC, - Inckson, Min. I 138 'viii N, Wil SINGLETO AME5 ' 'YARD-I D SHN AVI 4 SISSIQISALEZOS, SRA HEN' SLAYTONQTUAR SLIPPENQ KENN SLOBOD ' D I SMITI-I, DAVI SMITH. GEORGE M.. SMITH. 1:13125 T, SMITH, CIUS SMITH. LUKE R., SIIITI-I. MICHOLT SIIITST QED N, gIIIT . SMITH. THOMAS IIOMAS -I-WILLIAM SIIITHI WILLIAI1 SMITI-I. ZEQIVQSLT, SIHTHEY' AMES SMITHE, J . SOBERHOLM. R01 SOLOMONT LAUR N SOMER5. JOH SOMMER. TOMMI SORTON, MELVII' STATAEORA. D05 SPENCER, JAME SPERRYT RICHAR SPIETHT EMIL E- SPIVEY, DONALD SPIVEY, LEVY J-- SPRINGERS DELBF SPROLES. WALT0 STACEY, WESTOT STALLINGS, JAM1 STANDARD, JAM' STANLEY, BOLLII STARLING, KENN STARR, WILLIAM STEIGT .IAMES M-S STEITZ, ROBERT STEPHENS, I-IARR STEPHENS, RAYM STEPHENSON, JAI STEvENS, ROBERT STEWART, EDGAF STEWART, H. BO! STEWART, JAMES STEWART, JAMES STEWART, MORRI STEWART, WILLIII STINNETT, WALT ST. JOHN, JAMES STOCRI-IAM, WILL STOGNER, WILLIA STONE. JAMES H. STONE. JONES E STOVER, FREDERI STOVHR. JAMES . STREET, HARRY I STRICILLAND, JA STRICRLAND, WH ' ' Mlvultrie . . l Adam I ' Coral G 11 I Haatia,,,:"'S7. Ili, . C.h Henderson: . atganooga . , I ' Alla Tea, Ma G - . S , ' I. - Mt mum' G1 - Sterlin ' ' Birmin - lm t a Sl- Sm. I lie: Spflllggi Pl' .IH rx. h . Tam Olgmn, O. P31 s. I, Illz, lild, rie H" B Me, CUM 'hi-aa' Pi' ainbndae, ta T1 I ' Atlanta aria V Gri ' . , Sa, ' ' Atlinfa ' - Fairbupn' , ' MemPl'1is,'1' Q ' ' Monticell WPP4 . Peusaeolr ' ' ' - Mo . Da5'tona nxt' ' - Cairo, ' - Marietta, - - .- Griiiin, ' Bolmgbroke Gi, Ga. G2. 1 Gi. Ga. GI. enn. Ga. Fla. Gz. Yli, Gz. Gi. Gz. . liflempl-,i5,'1i,S:: - - Miami, Ph. ' f - Miami, Fl, - Charlotte, NL: ' .l1Ckson, Miss, SINGLETON, WILLIAM C., Dalia Sigma , SINYARD, JAMES T ...... , . . SISSON, DAVID K ........ SKARPALEZOS, HARLAN L ..... SLAYTON, HENIS D ........ SLIPPEN, STUART L., Tau Epsilon Phi . SLOBODY, KENNETH, Alpha Epaflaa Pi . Mem his Tenn. ' P I Birmingham, Ala . . Lindale, Ga . Brunswick, Ga . . Atlanta, Ga Hempstead, N. Y New York, N. Y. SMITH, DAVID F .......,.. Fairbanks, Alaska SMITH, GEORGE C., JR ...... Daytona Beach, Fla. Sigma Phi Epsilon SMITH, HAL M., JR. . . . . . Eastman, Ga. SMITH, HOKE T-I JR., Sigma Chi . . . . Cordele, Ga. SMITH, LUCIUS D ,...... SMITH, MIKE R., Pi Kappa Alpha SMITH, NICHOLAS L. . . SMITH, TED N. . . . . . . SMITH, . Millcdgevillc, Ga. Almirantc, Panama . . Palatka, Fla. . Cleveland, Tenn. THOMAS G.. Sigma Alpha Epxilon . Atlanta, Ga SMITH, THOMAS L., JR., Kappa Sigma . . Bainbridge, Ga SMITH, WILLIAM C., Lamhzla Chi Alpha . . . Grifiin, Ga SMITH, WILLIAM J., JR., Kappa Alpha . . Sandersvillc, Ga SMITH, ZENAS A., JR., Phi Kappa Sigma . Ludowici, Ga STVIITHEY, WALTER A .......... Origin, Ga SMYTHE, JAMES L., Della Tan Drlla . Huntington, XV. Va SODERHOLM, ROBERT V., Kappa Sigma . SOLOMON, LAURENCE, Alpha Epanaa Pi SOMERS, JOHN E. . . . . . . . SOMMER, TOMMY R ........ SORTON, MELVIN R., Sigma Phi Eprilon . East Point, Ga . Yonkers, N. Y . . Vidalia,Ga . . Decatur, Ga . Anderson, S. C SPATAFORA, DONALD V., JR., Kappa Sigma . Monroe, La SPENCER, JAMES R. ...... . SPERRY, RICHARD A. ..... . SPIETH, EMIL E .......,,. SPIVEY, DONALD W., Pi Kappa Alpha . SPIVEY, LEVY J., chi Psi . . . . . SPRINGER, DELBERT H., Phi Kappa Tan SPROLES WALTON H. aafa Thcla Pi STAcEY,, WESTON M.,yJR., Kappa Alpha. STALLINGS, JAMES M ........ STANDARD, JAMES W ....... STANLEY BOLLING C. JR ..... STARLINO, KENNETH E., Bala Theta Pi ' STARR, WILLIAM E ...... . STEIG, JAMES M., Phi Epafqlaa Pi . . STEITZ, ROBERT A ...... . STEPHENS, HARRY G., JR. . . . . STEPHENS, RAYMOND A ....... Phi Sigma Kappa STEPHENSON, JAMES L., III .... Phi Dalia Thfla STEVENS, ROBERT R., Delia Sigma Phi STEWART, EDGAR D ........ . . Milton, Fla Memphis, Tenn . . Miami, Fla . Florence, S. C . Manassas, Ga Round Lake, Ill Kingsport, Tenn . Columbus, Ga Centreville, Ala . . Grifhn, Ga Tallahassee, Fla . . Atlanta, Ga . . Macon, Ga Miami Beach, Fla . Rumford, R. I . Nctcong, N. J Ft. Benning, Ga . Macon, Ga . . Tampa, Fla . Atlanta, Ga STEWART, H. BOARDMAN, II, Kappa Alpha . Atlanta, Ga. STEWART, JAMES I-I., JR ...... STEWART, JAMES W ........ STEWART, MORRIS P ........ . . Atlanta, Ga. STEWART, WILLIAM J., Pi Kappa Alpha . . Decatur, STINNETT, WALTER M., Della Sigma Phi . . Tifton, Ga . . Atlanta . ST. JOHN, JAMES L., Della Tau Della . . . Atlanta,Ga. . Thomaston, Ga , Ga STOCKHAM, WILLIAM H., II .... Birmingham, Ala Sigma Alpha Epsilon O STOGNER, WILLIAM S. . . I-Iartsvillc, S. C STONE, JAMES H., JR. . . STONE, JONES E ...... STOVER, FREDERICK W., JR ..... STOVER, JAMES A., JR ....... . . Atlanta, Ga . . Adel, Ga . . Atlanta, Ga . . Suchcs, Ga. Ga. STREET, HARRY L., JR., Afpha Tau Omega . Decatur, Ga. STRICKLAND, JAMES R. ..... , . Douglas, Ga. STRIICKLAND, WILLIAM W., Sigma Chi . . Savannah, Ga. J CLASS OF'5? 139 STUART, HARWELL C ........ McCaysvillc, Ga. STUBBS, JAMES A., JR., Tan Kappa Epsilon . Atlanta, Ga. STUTZAIAN, ROBERT J ......... Eustis, Fla. SUGARMAN, BARRY F., Phi Epsilon Pi . Miami Beach, Fla. SUGGS, CLARENCE E., III ....... Marietta, Ga. SULLIVAN, JAMES H., JR ......... Jcsup, Ga. SURRENCY, JOHN R., JR., Thrfa Chi . . Memphis, Tenn. SUTCHRITPONGSA, SAK ..... Bangkok, Thailand O SULTON, DANA M. ......... Norcross, Ga. SNVANK, ROBERT R., JR., Thala Chi . . College Park, Ga. SWINDLE, ORSON G., III, A-"pha Tan Omega . Camilla, Ga. SYPNIEWSKI, CARL J ......... Newark, N. TABER, CHARLES D., JR ........ Carncsvillc, Ga. TALENTINO, JAMES P. Thcla Chi . . Chevy Chase, Md. TAMAYO, OSCAR M ........ Caracas, Venezuela TAN, CHUHUI S ....... . . Phuket, Thailand O TANNER, ROBERT Ii., III, Thcla Chi Memphis, Tenn. TASBER, JOHN J., Pi Kappa Phi . , Johnson City, N.Y. TATMAN, DANIEL R., Thrla Xi . Wilmington, Del. TATUM, SAMUEL A .... . Richmond, Va. TATUBI, WILLIAM E., JR. . East Point, Ga. TAYLOR, ERNEST E., JR .... . . RTZCOD, Gi. TAYLOR, JERRY W' ..,.... . . Austell, Ga. TAYLOR, JOE XV., Alpha Tan Omrga . . . Brunswick, Ga. O TAYLOR, LEONARD J ..... Forest Park, Ga. TAYLOR, ROBERT D ....... . Jefferson, Ga. TAYLOR, ROBERT H., Kappa Alpha . . Atlanta, Ga. TEASLEY, HARRY E., JR., Sigma Chi . Orlando, Fla. TENLY, EDMOND D., JR .... . TENNISON, ALFRED A., JR .... TERHUNE, VERN B. . . . TERRILL, ROY N ..... . . Starke, Fla. Texarkana, Ark. . Atlanta, Ga Adairsville, Ga 'I'oRRIZ, jUSIi R .... . Sm TRACY, IIUGII W. . . . . TRAINIER, IIRIEIJIERICQK Ii ...... TRA3I5IIiI.I., Xl'II.I.IAM II .... . . TRANSEAU, LION NW., IJI-.Va Syqma Plii TRAVIS, KI:NNI-'l'II II ,....,. TROUT, JAMES C., Sfgmu Clfi . . . 'rRL'I.Y, RILIIARII II., KIMI Alplu . TLT RIR, IIERNARII AI., PIII Ipsilnu Pi I'L'GGl.Ii, JACKSON A., ,IR .... . TL'NIi, IAMES II., IIrl.I Tin-l..I Pi . . . TURNER, DANILI .... . . TURNER, GIQORGI' l'., ,IR ..... . Alplu Tau Orrlrga Criuulnl, Ycnclucla . Brunswick, Ga. . . Anlann, GJ. . . Azlmu. G.I. . Dclxncc. N. . . Atlanta. G-1. . . Tnmpx, Fla. . Meridian, MISS. . Ihonlglyn. N. Y. . . Decatur. Cu. . . Ihrtow, Plz. Chappaqul, N. Y. . jxcluonrilllt, Iila. Tl,'RNI"R, Ill'RIIIfRT R., PM Cunlnra DI'.Ila . . Mobile. Ala. TURNER. RUIIERT D., PlIi Drlla Tlvrla . Vfcxt Point, GA. TURNER. THOMAS R., Tlvrl.: Xi .... , Aluami, Ifla. TURNI R, XY'll.l IAAI I'., IR. . . . Cl'I.IuJnoOg1. Tenn. Tl'TTUN. fill.-XRI IIS AI., IR. . . Summerville, GJ. TL'XIIl,'RY, DAN fi ......... Ozk Ridge, Tenn. TNYIGCS. lU'l'lIlfR W., Clu FII ....,. Ihxlcy. GJ. TYE, l.IfONlI3.-XS, AY., Sigma Alpfm ffpsilun . Amcrlcus, GJ. VrXl.DIfS-DAUSA, R. ......... Haluna, Culu YAI I'NTINIf, CII.-XRl.l5S M., IR., Kappa Alplm - Atllnu, GII, YALLE, NELSON A ........... Tnmgu, Fla. YANLII, RUIIl'.R'I' II., IR., D.-li.: Sigma PM . Allnnrn, GJ. VANCE. ROIILRT XI ........ YANDIYFR. LINTON M.. II. CIII Plvi VANIIOOSER. ROIIYRT F., IR. . . IIPIJ TIII-I.: Pi VANIANITINGIIAXI, WIIIIANI II. . My ffl.: CII: VANN, GIZORGI' I., .Upfu Tau OlIIr,q.1 VARII..-X. ,IOSL I .,... . . . vARONx, IfNRIQl'I' I.. IR. . VIfNAIIIIf, RAY II.. IR. . VICKYRY, RONAID II. . YIDALIQS. VIII KIDO, AI I RI'IJO I' ...... YIVI, VA CUSTAYU If . II ....... YUGAN. AR'I'IIL'R XY, Df.'J.I T.I:I II.-Il: YROOAIAN, I'lIIllI' In . PI KJMS .Ilplu NIZIIIF, IIl'CII I' .,....., II XYAIIIF, J.xc'K lf . . . xx'.xm', xi. Ifx'I'I. IR. . . . . . W'AI5I'. ROIII-'RT I , 1.90, . . . . XYADF, ROIITRT NI., PIA! CJPI'-I.: Drll.I XYAIIV, NYAITIR IIIWARII IR . . XYAIISXYURTII. IIXRRIIRTTI' if . . AYXINIR. IIIAYIIW S.. ,IR ...,. . SIg"u .Ilpl-1 lfxilfvn AYAI IIRON. YIOIIY I3 . K.Iff,A.I S14-I.: . AYAI l5RUl'. VICTOR ll. IR. . AYAIRFR. A. GIIURGI , IR. . AYAI RPR, ITAYIIT XI .... . . WYAIRFR. YARI XI .... . ,Incl XYAIKFR. ,IAXIIN N .,... . XYAIRYR. ,IOIIN lf. Mg'-:J .Ya . . WAIKPR. IARRY T ..... WAIKFR. ROIWYRT ,I .... WALKER, ROBERT L ...... . W'ALKER. STI9H'ART I'.. ,IR , Ci-I Pi-I T.-ILL. YLEYELAND ,l.. ,lR. . . . W'.-XLLACE, MARVIN ,IR . . . . XYALLER. JAMES II .... . . . XVALTER5. WIILIAAI S.. IR.. K:ff4 Mg- xr.xI.ToN. ,IOSEPH M. . . WA RDI A NY. ROBERT A . . . . Grcn.Ida,MicA. . . . ROmc,GI. . joncslvIrO,Arl4. . Sxvmnnzh, GA. . Allunyq GA. . . Il1lunI.Culn . Mirxmzr, Culu . MHIIIIIIIY. Tcnn. . . . Rome, Cx. Cicnfucgfn, Culu . . . Il-1Iv.ln1.CuIu . AYCYKIICILI. Mlm. . New Tulle. IH. . . All:Inu,G1. mm illc Ilcach. FII. . Xllnmu. CI. , l'cI.mn, GI, . . , NI1c.In,G.I. . Slwrc'-'cport. In. . . I'Irrou. GI. . C'nIunIlIm, CA, . Yxld-nu, GI, . YIIIIIIIU, Cz. . 41rIcr-IIIlc, GI, . . AIImII.CI. . . Xlnnr-Ic. N.f --vvvllc IIcIcI'I, I'II, . Ilcmfrrs--n. Rx . Tr-:nI.1rI, Tenn: C-Illccf. l'IrL. GI . . Du?-lIn, GA. . Flbcrr-In. GI. . Aucuszz. Ga. Timmmn. GI. . . Tucker. Gi, . . Deqnur. GI . Vcmpluu, Term S-:ul CIFCIC. GJ. . . I.I:xyc:tc,GI, FRESHMEN o TERRY, MAJOR D ......,, , , Chmwo ,I TETTENBURN, HOWARD T., JR. . . Diablo C " 'G-. THATCHER, WAYNE A., sigma PIII Epsilon ' Tal zone THIELEN, JORGE ....... ' ' 0"'-P- THIGPEN, HUGH I., .IR ..... THOBTIXS, DAVID O., JR., Sigma Nu THOMAS, JAMES E., Alpha Tau Omcga THOMAS, VYALTER R ...... THOMAS, VUILLIAM C., III . . . Caracas, VWHMIQ ' - Dublin, Q, - - Azlann, Gil ClIl!KJD00g3' Tenn' ' - Allznla, Gp - Sulesboro, G, THOMASON, JOHN M ...... T ,. , . Sigma Alpha Epsilon homasullc' Nc' THOMPSON, JOHN II., JR., cm Phi , , ,,,,,,,,, THOMPSON, JOHN E., JR ........ AII.m.'G'A THOMPSON, JOHN R., Ia.-I.. Tbala Pi ,.,,d,,,c,S,mr THOMPSON, JOSEPH P .... . . . . RI..I.,,K'G" THOMPSON, KARL v., Kappa Sign.. , , Mon," '- THOMPSON, THOMAS L., cm Plai . 0" I'- THOMPSON WILLIANI M., Sigma Nu - . I.:IGrange,Q,- I - . AtIinu,G1 THURMOND, JOHN E ..... . Columbu, G' THURMON. ROY H., JR ..... ' '- TI-IWAITES, MURRAY J. JR .... Sigma Phi Epsilon - . Columbux G, - Fort Ixlyq,-,:I:I,. TILLINGER, ARNOLD J., Tau Epsilon Phi . Starcsbufo TILLSON, JOHN R ........... AIIIM, TINSLEY, ALBERT M., JR., Della Sigma Phi . AII.,,,, TODD, AARON ......... TOLAR, BURRL H. . . TOLSON, THOMAS V. . . . TOMFORDE. ERNEST I. ..... . TOMLINSON, DENNIS G., JR. . . . GI, . GI. I Ga. Mu rfrccsbom, Tenn, - . Madison. FII, . Bay Shore, N, Y, Ft. Lauderdalr, FII, . Cartersville, GI TONEY, LARRY O., PM Sigma Kappa . . , I1:,CoI,,'S-lj' TONEY PHILIP A Phi Kappa sigma Lake MII ' , -I . . . - Il H I TOOMES, ,IUHAN ......... Stockholm. Swrdrln TORO, SANTIAGO . . Mcdcllin, c.,I.,,,,I,,, 1-10 NY M- WARE, IOHEAYMOP ' IIAKIISI' ARTIZUS WAR ' ,AME RWARREQZ IOSEPH I MARK F' ,ATERSI EPI-I 1 IAISONI IOS I ATSON KERMITH ,. . RRY I -I IsoN, LA E 9 IATTENBARGER' A, WAX KEI .EATHER - R' IlI'EAA'ER',gl3,ll1EISQ L. IILIIER, GNDRA E. 'IEEE' IIJHERT GI .V , L I.,,,I5TocR. JOE ,. CECIL C- ' 'HAROLD WELL? IigDIIfSAT" phi II'El-l-I ly D ITISIIER. DOIEIEILD I'LscoTT, LYCK ,IJ I-HATLEY. JA E WHITE. BOBBY ' I IIIIIEI DONALD ' I-IIITE. PIERCE II'-I I-PIIIL. SHERRIL ES I-IIITEHEAD, JAM I-IIITNEY, HARRY IIIIIITEN, JERRY I I-IIIITIE. CHARLES IHITWORTH. GEOR 'DENERI JACK K-- ' f,.IGG,N, CI-IARLES c WIGGINS, WILLIAM IIGGLESWORTH, TI IIIGHTMAN, HAL, I IIILIIORN, LAMAR E IILIIER, CARLTON I IIILIIER, WILLIAM II I QWILIIE, CHARLES E. I TIIIIES, LESTER A. I IIILIIIE, C. EDWARD I I I , WILLIAMS, AUGUSTU ' WILLIAMS, BENJAMII , WILLIAMS, EURITI-I I I WILLIAMS, FRANK E TILLIAIIIS, JOE B. . IIIIILIAIIIS, JOHN L. WILLIAMS, KENNETH WILLIAMS, MADISON IIIILIAIIS, PAUL H. I Sig: I WILLIAMS, ROBERT I Sis WILLIAMS, ROBERT h WILLIAMS, WALTER Pl ' WILLIAMS, WILLIAM I UIILUNGHAM, BEN I IIIILIS, WILLIAM v, I IILLOUGHBY, DONI II'-50N. HOWELL II. III-ION. JAMES J., II Il'-SON, JAMES II., WILSON, AM ,MON .I ES K., - JOHN A., I . I I I I I I I I I I I I . . 1 Q Chmw ta I . Du b Pl-- 1spa1,,f,' lo- calf b n' .- Caracas., xzrlih Av. h- . . r,, ' . A vi its.: . Chatglnmilanhml i ' ' . Alluignl a,g, u .... stmsbo xilon ' Tlwmasvilleixcl Phi , " . . . . Atlantic l. , . I Al ii 1. Pi . Frederickimg-31 W .. . . . Marimlrct i - . I. -I.alg0nrD"l4 nnK'iG:, Y , A li ' ' AtllI'liI,G, l . . . C0.lumbu,y - . I . .FColum1,,,,,GL lou I on Milfiiili .1 ' non. Ph: . Stateshom, GL Sigma Phi' ' All1nu.G1, - . M.i.fQ.'i,tl'n"'C1 es only Ten ' ' M'diS0.Il . Bay Shore,nN, . . Ft. clgaudenme, HL V ' ' - 2rtersviIl,Q PIM' . . . Pacolezfgi " ' ' ' I-akei11fi.fl. . . . Stockholm,5,-,dh . MedeIlin,C0l0miZ A I WARREN, WARREN, WARREN, WATERS. WATSON , WATSON, Q WARE, JOHNNY M., JR., Kappa Sigma . . Jackson, Miss. WARNER, RAYMOND, JR., Delta Tau DcI'la . Aiken, ARTHUR B .......... Atlanta, JAMES F., JR ......... Quincy, JOSEPH P., Pi Kappa Alpha . . Barnesville, Ga. JOHN F ......... Takoma Park, JOSEPH S., JR ...... Slimgerlands, N. Y. Tau Kappa Epsilon 3. KERMITH G ..... .... R eidsvillc, Ga, , LARRY L., Allpha Tau Omega . Thomaston, Ga. WATTENBARGER, EDWIN T ...... Cleveland, Tcnn. Alpha Tau Omega WEATHERWAX, KENNETH P., Kappa Alpha . Atlanta, Ga. WEAVER, JAMES R ......... Lewisburg, Tenn. ' WEBER, GEORGE L., Tau Kappa Epsilon . . Atlanta, Ga. WEEKS, SANDRA E. .......... Atlanta, Ga. WEESE, ROBERT G ......... McCaysvilIe, Ga. WEINSTOCK, JOEL I., Alpha Epsilm Pi . Jersey City, N. J. WATSON WELCH, CECIL C .......,. . Atlanta, Ga. WELLS, HAROLD M., JR., Sigma Chi . . Atlanta, Ga. WELLS, LOUIS T., JR., Phi Sigma Kappa . . . Atlanta, Ga. WELLS, ROY A., Phi Kappa Tau .... Ycrington, Nev. WELSHER, DONALD R., Tau Epsilon Phi . New York, N. Y. WESCOTT, LYLE D., JR., Phi Kappa Tau . . Miami, Fla. WHATLEY, JACK W., JR ....... Asheville, N. C. WHITE, BOBBY E ........... Argon, Ga. WHITE, DONALD I .......... Winder, Ga. WHITE, PIERCE W., Della Sigma Phi . . . Atlanta, Ga. WHITE, SHERRILL W., Sigma- Alphal Epsi-Ion . Jonlin. Mn. WHITEHEAD, JAMES S. ....... Cuiclad Trujillo, Dominican Republic WHITNEY, HARRY R. . . . . Marietta, Ga. WHITTEN, JERRY I... . . . . . Bartow, Fla. WHITTLE, CHARLES . . , . . Macon, Ga. WI-IITWORTH, GEORGE T. . . Elberton, Ga. WIDENER, Jack K., JR ......... Augusta, Ga. WIGGIN, CHARLES C., Sigma Alpha Epxilbn . Columbus, Ga. WIGGINS, WILLIAM B., .... Chattanooga, Tenn. Bala Theta Pi WIGGLESWORTH, THOMAS H., JR. . WIGHTMAN, HAL, II, Bela Theta Pi . WILBORN, LAMAR E ....... WILDER, CARLTON S ........ WILDER, WILLIAM B., Phi Sigma Kappa WILKE, CHARLES E ........ WILKES, LESTER A ......... WILKIE, C. EDWARD, Tau Kappa Epsilon WILLIAMS, AUGUSTUS J., JR., Sigma Chi WILLIAMS, BENJAMIN D., Bela Thrla Pi WILLIAMS WILLIAMS WILLIAMS WILLIAMS WILLIAMS WILLIAMS WILLIAMS WILLIAMS WILLIAMS WILLIAMS WILLIAMS . Elbertcn, Ga. . Miami, Fla. Atlanta, Ga. Atlanta, Ga. Kingsport, Tenn. . Sanford, Fla. . Macon, Ga. . . Atlanta, Ga. . . Cordele, Ga. . . Lavonia, Ga. , EURITH D., Kappa Alpha .... Atlanta, Ga. , FRANK E ......... Gardena, Calif , JOE B ........ . Winterville, Ga. , JOHN L .... . Atlanta, Ga. , KENNETH R. . . . Smyrna, Ga. , MADISON J ......... Augusta. Ga. , PAUL H ..... .... F orrcst City, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Ark. , ROBERT F ........ Charlotte, N.C. Si ma Phi E silon S P , ROBERT J., Delta Tau Delia . . . Rome, Ga. , WALTER D., JR ..... Chattanooga, Tenn. Phi Kappa Sigma , WILLIAM E ...... . . Uvalcla, Ga. WILLINGHAM, BEN H., Phi Kappa Sigma . Nashville, Tenn. WILLIS, WILLIAM V., Phi Kappa Tau . . . Atlanta, WILLOUGHBY, DONALD A ...... Thomaston, WILSON, HOWELL K., Phi Sigma Kappa . . Savannah, WILSON, JAMES J., Della Tau Dalia . Huntington, W. WILSON, JAMES K., JR ........ Davisboro, Ga. WILSON, JAMES K., Kappa Sigma . . . Daytona Beach, JOHN A., JR. Drlla Sigma Phi . Covington, WILSON, Fla, .5 CLASS or '59 775'fw'f'v:Wfz',, f 4 , , 5' affix I 4 ' Citi x DI' f .I l' WILSON, JOHN D. ..... . WILSON, MICHAEL C ........ XVILSON, THOMAS M., Kappa Alpha WINN, DAVID B ........ WINTER, THOMAS E. . . . WISE, HENRY H. . . WISENIAN, BILLY . . XVITT, DANIEL K. . . Martincv. . . Decatur, Anna Maria, . Savannah, Ga. Ga. Fla. Ga. Pocahontas, Miss. Washington, D. C. . Bridgcborn, Ga. . . Macon, Ga. VINOROWSKI, XVALIJXCE . . Miami, Fla. WONG, EUGENE Y. J. . . . Boston, Mass. NVOO, ROBERT K. Ii. . . Augusta, Ga. XVOOD, EARLY NV, . . . Pavo, Ga. WOOD, ROY L .... . . . . . lvIac0n,Ga. WOODALL, DANNY I7 ...... . . Cornelia, Ga. XVORRILL, JACK R., Phi Kappa Tau . . Atlanta. Ga. WORSHAM, STEPHEN M ....... Winchester. Tenn. Alpha Tan Omrga WIRIGLEY, E. LAMAR . . Macon, Ga. NVYNN, WOODSON D. . . . . . Atlanta. Ga. XIRAU, JOSE G. ....... . Habana, Cuba YAEGER, JERRY, Alpha lipsilon Pi . Ccdarhurst, N.Y. YARBROUGH, HARRY If .... . Savannah, Ga. YOST, JOHN xv., cm Phi .... . . Atlanta, G... YOUNG, EMORY J. ...... . Brunswick, Ga. YOUNG, MAYNARD JR., Phi Kappa Tau . miami, G., YOUNG, ROBERT G ....... . Decatur, Ga. YOUNG, RONALD L ........ . . Boaz, Ala. YOUNG, THOMAS L., Della Sigma Phi . . Decatur, Ga. YOIINGBLOOD, JAMES S ....... Farmington, Ill. ZAPIAIN, RAFEL ........ hlcxico City, hlexico ZEIGLER, JERRY G ,.... .... s ylvmiaci. ZELLER, OSCAR, Pi Kappa Alpha .... Jacksonville, Fla, ZITTRAUER, NEIL A., Drlla Sigma Phi . Garden City, Ga 2-X Q 135 f 4 7 Z ,,. Q, Z V A ,7 ,ik .f ., ff .1 2 ff X 1 .773 ,J ,I , X 1 XM Lai Z f K 9 ,, rw 1 Z 'J 9 Zi, 7 AT QQ A fi -' X24 'iq ia- G . X N1 v la I N ew kv , . X N 1- tg, W -1 , QR , , - iv .,,,. v "-:ff-,,3.4 a fi , QQ? f P , V-1 5 I I A o 3 45 'K ng E R at 4.47, 'Q' .lj 5- 1 -fa V Wx. wt.. f. .' 514.65 L as . wwf?-.., The Coming' of winter brings an end to the high-geared festivities of the fall and heralds the arrival of an earnest effort to get down to the business at hand - an education. Learning picks up with an ever increasing cre- scendo as the school digs into its books searching for the answers to "Why?". "I-low?", and a thousand other ques- tions. The professors redouble their efforts to impart a bit of their knowl- edge to the quizzical brains of the stu- dents. Labs buzz with activity as class- room principles are applied to practi- cal problems. Great minds combine talents to uncover new facts and solve mysteries handed down from genera- tion to generation. And all of thiS business goes to make a giant labora- tory of knowledge, a university. The wisdom of the ages is here col- lected in one location and is available for the asking. The thoughts, disc0V- eries, accomplishments and fai1urCS 0 great men of all times are put on f dis- 7 W f 'L' Ph To further interest in engineering, each year Engineers' Week is staged to acquaint the public and especially prospective Tech students with the many phases of engineering. In conjunction with this, about lifty of Georgia's outstanding high school seniors are invited to Tech for the week-end as guests of St. Patriclds Council. VVhile here they attend class- mmf lj - - 25, -Pi: 5 4 2 65, talw of inter Cfa1,leai Should 1 The of displ which Sl of the i include model rinks. promin winner man Ti es, take tours through the local points of interest and industry and in gen- eral, learn what they will be up against should they come to Tech. The real attraction is the series of displays in Crenshaw Fieldhouse which show some element or elements of the various departments. Displays include cranes, television-telephones, model bridges and even ice skating rinks. All displays are judged by arominent local engineers and the D winner is awarded the Bonner Spear- man Trophy. ,, Us 4l vision set that is trying vainly to gain their attention. To many, however, the cold winter months provide the perfect backdrop for nostalgic remi- niscing as thoughts of the girl back home, dreams of the days that will be spent on the tennis courts in the spring or just plain wondering about that quiz tomorrow, begin to fill the mind of even the staunchest book worm. But as winter draws to a close it seems to dispell the gloom of winter by affording new hope for springs first appearance. ,J N S X X K t X I I ' Sr .N Winter Contents ERATERNITIES. . . . 151 VARSITY SPORTS. . . . 245 INTRAMURALS . . . 254 ORGANIZATIONS. . . . 257 HONORARIES . . . 259 STUDENT GOVERNMENT . . . 289 PUBLICATIONS . . . 293 DEPARTMENTALS . . . 301 COUNCILS AND CLUBS. . , . 325 RELIGION . . - 353 130 ff 1 75 Z ff ,inf , , X I Wff , f, f nw 1 f 1 '7. ' Z, 2' 1 an f . , ,fum t A 5 gy-94g . ,' , -.V his 'Y A bm 'ix Y' Q, , ,, X f, V, ,," ' 5 , gf ':,wf,Wzf,,p ' if K W ff ' X "fd, fhviiiffvff' J, ff f ff A ff C , mg ' 1 f M' f X 5 if ,I ff . ,, 1 ' . I fav 5 I ' - Q 2 ' A Q ' W Af' 1415? V' ef A ffm I ,, , Www, My x Q " ' 'V ' , mr" V H r iw 2. 'A - wx ,W - ,Nswf A, wx 'J-xwgqgy My -X ffgxgxxm 2' .W ff "9 X. .A ,f x. , U ,. . wit-'X',wt-iixz-Q '- f-affzffxg 12115 xvg, 5 , 1 if ' X ge ' 'Xf'.f'...iQg2i:g'XfS XXX , f 1 gy .,. X , ,E 7 If f f aff' ny' . ff,,fJ:3:., A Vx" , , 4' f 4 my Q A .. -- a I fff,A,,yf my ff f, 'frfm nw., M-,.4,ef-f M, 'fir 4- M", ' KM Wfwm-?f?42W4fwf.f , , -wwf. 'f' 'j"fI5'fp4f nw K fu,,'..ffvn,j Wm' J Nm, ' ff f,fQ 'f 'V f ' ' wg -12:4 fdffyzf,,g,f?-256622, p 'X , ' l Q ' 4 ff Q' ffl ' f ff. ' Wg-' if' A31 ' Q f , fl ,I , 4 1 I -' Y Awfvfff, A 4 ff-1, .-If , x 1, f gm ', ' V ! f .,-,gf , 1 :gy ,f?2f3ff V . 4 ,W 151454, 47 4 Nw f, STAN GUMBLE, Presidenf OFFICERS STAN GL:RIIII.Ia . . . Prefidenz Rl'DY KI.AAs . . Vice Prefideur DICK BARNHARDT . . Secretary JOHN GREASE! .... TI'L'l1IllI'L'IA INTERFRATERNITY .. . I BILL ALI ,... DICK BARNHARDT STANLEY BERMAN CARL BLIEM . . BERTRAM BOONE . MARCUS BOROM . LEE CAMPBELL . MING CHEW . . RICHARD COOK . C. H. CRANDALL, JR. . . BILL DAVIDSON . BILL DRIESSLEIN . JOI-IN GREASEL . ED GREY . . . STAN GUMBLE . RICHARD HARPER . . CHANNING JONES JACK JORDAN . . PETER KEENAN . RUDY KLAAS . . ALLAN KLEPPER . ED KOCHER . . LENNY LAMPERT . T. U. LASSITER . ROBERT LITTLE . MEMBERS . Phi Della Them . . . . Sigma Chi Tail Kappa Epiilon Taii Kappa Epyilfm Sigma Phi Epxilon . . Kappa Alpha . . . . Chi Pri Phi Kappa Sigma . Taii Epfilon Pi . . Kappa Alpha . Delia Tau Delia . . . Theta Xi Lambda Chi Alpha . . Sigma Chi . Phi Epfiloiz Pi . . . . Chi Pi . . . Theta Xi Alpha Taii Omega . Phi Kappa Tail . Delta Sigma Phi . Phi Epfilon Pi Phi Sigma Kappa . Taii Epariloii Phi . Kappa Sigma Alpha Taii Omega All. W. Barnhdrdf, R. Berman, S. glqem C B Eook. jfracrdallj c. H. Jr. Savidson, w. ofamie:-4 w sicl2fAIB'J gofom. M- campbeun L chew M. 9""' ' O' on' ' ""'Pn- P- Klaas, R.. ' ' ' WY- E- G mbl ' Harpaf. R- Lmla, R. Lonq. B. Lud-1I9. W. MacDonald, R, 'S:S?:r.FA. niche? E. Laumpeff, L. Lasgiifif, ' ' Y- - Meeker, W. MHC e , - 152 BILL LOB WILLIS L RICHARD FRANK M JAKE MA' WILLIAM WADE M1 CRAWFOR AL NICKI STAN PEC TOMMY P HUGO PE' V. T. R01 HANK RC BENNY RI SAM SIBLI PETER TA MIKE TIE JAMES TI JACK VAN Low WAI LARRY W KELL WII JOHN WL BOBEY YI M RPWI' C Tlpfon WIIIIai,,,' K I Theta Wd Chi Epxiloiz Epsilon Epsilon Alpha Sigma ilon Pi 'Alpha t Delta feta Xi Alpha ia Chi ilon Pi Chi Pi eta Xi Omega va Tait na Phi floa Pi Kappa on Phi Sigma Omega iz. 1. W. MEMBERS BILL LONG .... WILLIS LUDWIG .... RICHARD MACDONALD . . FRANK MARTIN . . . JAKE MAY .... WILLIAM MEEKER . WADE MITCHELL . . . CRAWFORD MURPHY . AL NICKELS .... STAN PECK . . . TOMMY PERRY . HUGO PETERS . V. T. ROBERTS . HANK ROSE . BENNY RoUsE . . SAM SIBLEY . . PETER TATRO . MIKE TIERNEY . . . JAMES TIPTON .... JACK VAN VOLKENBURG . . Low WALTERS .... LARRY WHITE .... KELL WILLIAMS . JOHN WURZ . . BOBBY YOUMANS . Murphy, C. Peck, S. P9f2fS. H- Rose, H. Tafro, P. TIGQUGY- M- Tipfon, J. Walters, L, While. L' Williams, K. Wurz, J. Ybumans. 3- CII Q Ti Q 114 5? . Phi Gamma Delta . . . . Chi Pri 'il' . . Pi Kappa Alpha . Pi Kappa Alpha . . . Theta Chi . . . Sigma Na . . Phi Delta Theta . Delta Sigma Phi . . Kappa Sigma . Alpha Eprilon Pi . Delta Taa Delta , . . Pi Kappa Pi . . Beta Theta Pi Lamhtla Chi Alpha Sigma Alpha Epriloii . . . . Chi Phi . Sigma Phi Epfiloiz . Phi Sigma Kappa . Phi Kappa Tait . . Beta Theta Pi . Phi Gamma Delta . Phi Kappa Sigma Sigma Alpha Epriloii . . . . Sigma Na . Theta Chi The I.F.C. 'l'ro h is the hi hesi' P 9 I award a fraiernlfy may receive. To the Interfraternity Council of Georgia Tech falls the work of regulating, expanding, and Coordinating the activities of the twenty-six national fraternities located on the campus. Operating under the capable general supervision of Dean John J. Pershing, its fifty-two members seek to increase the scope and value of fraternal life at Tech. A realization of the fine accomplishments which an organi- zation of this type is capable of contributing to the school has made the I.F.C. a leading factor in the promotion of athletic, scholastic, welfare, and social events. Characterized by the spirit of competition, all the council's activities serve to further instill in the fraternity man a pride in his particular chapter. Various intramural sports constitute a large part of the I.F.C.'s program. An even greater interest in these sports and also in scholarship is developed by the annual presentation of a trophy to the fraternity which has earned the most points in various forms of I.F.C.-sponsored competition. Best illustrating the welfare work of the council is its part in the Empty Stocking Fund Drive conducted each Christmas by the Atlanta Junior Chamber of Commerce. This year the council held a "help week" for pledges of all fraternities. Rounding out the campus social life were the l.F.C.'s concerts in the fall and winter quar- ters and its formal dance in the spring. 153 J ALAN SALZMAN, President OFFICERS j. ALAN SALZMAN P!'C'.l'ilfC'l1f Wfxiziuaw EPs'rE1N Vita' Prcavirlczzl Ifizianiziutgx Gooimfw Sci'rc'1m'y S'mNi.12Y PECK Trc'ai'1n'ttr Dreams maferialize. Three AEPi leaders wield 'the shovel af The recenf ground brealting exercises. ALPH I' A Charak l Epsiein W Esmond, J. D, B , . . - - f , Egilgijjlk-A, Fzinllrhan, M. Flasfersfein, S. Freedenfhal, C. Friedman, R. During the fall quarter the campus spotlight fell on Zeta Chapter of Alpha Epsilon Pi as the chapter held a groundbreak- ing ceremony and began construction of their long-awaited new house at the corner of Third and Techwood. Designed by Paul M. Heffernan, member of Georgia Techls School of Architec- ture, the new three level domain for the blue and gold features some of the newest styles in fraternity houses .... The Zeta men marked one of their most successful rush seasons with the pledging of twenty new men .... Topping the list of social activities were the annual pinning dance, the sweetheart's, pinning affair, and the Southeastern Regional Alpha Epsilon Pi Conclave held in Atlanta .... Besides having their own, fraternity life, members were active in various campus groups, the chapter having representation in Drama Tech, the Tech- mqfze, Wforld Student Fund, Phi Eta Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, as well as a host of other worthwhile activities. Sfriding out for a long gain, as fhe 'terrors of 'lhe pledge feam sfarl' 'ro clicli. 5,43 'is 'Ub- A EPSILON P A 1531: X sg.. 1 1 ..t.- 1 S ws feiiwiiil'--.f1a'f, R P IQS1111111- f 1s .X -11 ..... 1111. X "1 11 s 111 11s111111- Q :111X.i12' 11-' 1111111, Freid, R, Kolchin, L, Mofflenslern, L, Solomon' L. MEl BEnNsmN E COHFN, Afig DANEMAN J DAVIS, s. ' ' DUBER, W I FE1GELs0N'R GREENE, lj On ani l 'ZetaCl1apler 0 nh,-5, EZ. 'QV Vxfnh . . -1 e -. U t ne lg Q n ' 4 P, Q 'E n ' 5- 1 J Q 'P L.: Freld, R. Goodman, F. Greenbaum, G. Greenslein, L. Israel, W. Jacobson, G. Kahn, F Kolchin, L. Krasnow, E. Loeb, B. London, G. Lubel, A. Lubel, K. Milton D Morgenslern, L. Okeon, M. Peck, S. Schwarlz, C. Singer, W. Slobody, K. 'Sochrin S Solomon, L. Slern, E. Swarlz, E. Tennenbaum, M. Uffer, R. Weinsfock, J. Zbar, J MEMBERS NOT PICTURED BERNSTEIN, COHEN, A. DANEMAN, DAVIS, S. DUBER, W FEIGELSON, R GREENE, D. LEVIN, J. LOEF, F. MORROW, R. SIEGEL, H. J SIMON, J. VINEss, J. D. YOUNG, D. On pledge clay. manY P90Pl9 6"1llCIPa'f9 of +l1e new led es. and speculale on all P 9 155 I f ig J f Beta Iota Chapter A I 33 Goodloe. J- M' 6' Harvard. T- P- HE A3 Akins, P. Allen, M. C, Ayers, F, J. Baldwin, E. Bargeron, L. A. Barnes, R. H. Bevan, R. J. Broach, W. H. Broom, J. M. , Brown, J. E. Brown, R. E. Burton, C. N. Butcher, J. K. Caldwell, J. E. Carter, K. M. Cervetti, J. M. Cloar, W. C. Collins, D. C. Collins, W. R. Collett, R. E. Cowan, J. H. Cummings, J. L. Curtis, J. R. Davis, E. W. Dawson, T. J. Denton, P. D. Dodds, C. L. I Drislrell, R. H. Dunn, C. E. Estes, J. T. Falta, R. W. Freeman, T. S. Garrard, H. V. Geiger, J. F. Giddings, J. I. GOQII, R. C. C. "SX, ' I OFFICERS JOHN DAVIS Pfefident JIM GIDDINGS Vice Prefidevzt HARRY STEVENS Secrelary RONNIE H ANNA Treamrer A Tech 'Football player spits intl? 5 spitoon where Mr. Blue Devil sits. Way Omeg Tech 4 ord, h years. seasor annua round list Bl of Tai on th: due, n Ietes Vicke. basebr proud Broom, J. M- Colllns, D. C Dodds, C. l-- Goetz, R. C- SERS Davis cient DDING5 eficienf LTEVEN5 tary HANNA zl1'67' .+ 8 I' SHS' Je Goodloe, J. M. G Harvard, T. P. H . ALP H A mu OMEGA Way back in September, 1888, Beta Iota of Alpha Tau Omega received its charter and became the first fraternity on the Tech campus. Since then the chapter has made an admirable rec- ord, having won the l.F.C. ,trophy three times in the last five years .... The year got off to a good start with a hne rush season, including a unique Esquire calendar girl party. The annual spring formal, house parties, and numerous dances rounded out the year .... Beta lota's own "Who's Who" might list Bob Little, vice-president of Alpha Pi Mu, and member of Tau Beta Pi and ODK, junior Class president Bobo Davis, on the staff of the Engineer were Harry Stevens and Phil Par- due, managing editor and art editor, respectively. Named ath- letes on varsity teams were Bob Trowbridge, baseball, Vic Vickers, football, Will Decker, swimming, and jack jordan, baseball .... With another banner year, the ATO's uphold a proud reputation as an outstanding fraternity. A ' ' Q ...rg i QA 1 X x ,f c A 1 Q ' ,Ars .Jwh xi 'abr JOHN DAVIS, President ' ray, J. Guthrie, G. T. Hanna, R. F. Harmon, W. F. Harm L K arwell, W. E. Hatcher, W. J. Hays, C. G. Head, W. D. Home C E y l l l 5 l 1 l l ll r l l 2 ill E - 1 l 1 1 1 l 1 6 A silver bracelet presented to Sweetheart Phyllis McGel1ee by the ATO's is admired by her escort. i F -vf MEMBERS NOT PICTU RED AMHLJR5, L. Buuxs, j. C. Coxx'fxk'1', L. Iblacxxarz, W. lil 1 l:l,, A. IENNIS, j. l:liANKl.lN, 5. Ho1.1.lNcz5xvo1c'rl l'll3Glll5S, 13. W, Kim., P. KlN1+,x1.1., R. 5lANSlfllil.lJ, R. N15xv'roN, G. POND, C. 5u,xlmoN, H. 5'1'oK1as, R. S'1'R1c3K1.,xNn, B. Vlcxlins, V. XVli5'I'MORlEl.AN XVIGTON, R. XVILIDASIN, j. 1, L.. lu, L. Bela lola Clwaplel' Howard, J. R. Hull, M. H. Hufcheson, C. M. Jacobs, R. L. Johnson, R. E. Jordan, J. A. Joyner, W. E. Kearson, R. F. Kelly, P. W. Kelley, J. C. Knox, P. S. Lane, H. F. Leware, J. F. Lillle, R. M. MacGregor, D. S. McCaughan, R. H. McAlpln, W. J. McDowell, E. D. McElveen, W. H. McKenzie, T. S. McNeil, D. A. Malhews, H. E. Mewbourne, T. W. Miller, J. R. Inq HCS- Tlle Pfesenlallon Ol The lovely Sweellrearl' Phyllis McGel1ee and l1 er courl' wilh +l1eir escorls is made a'l' ATO's annual 'Formal da 158 Miller, S. S. Sayers, R, S, Syh, R. V, VW. G. L. f-1 .x XFX III S SE xxx? T f I QNQQ. 5:2 :-- l X .- ALPHA TAU OMEGA Jordan J A M er S S Morr Myers J A New, W L Newberry B H Pa rush N A Prosser T E Rab R u N La e H F Sayers R S Scarbrough Sears H N Simpson C L Sfevens C H Shckley R H Street H L Sfrozler R M Swrndle O G MCDowell E D Sy 1 R V Taylor J W Thomas J E Thomas W H Trice W H Trowbridge R H Turner A Turner G P Tw: fy P M M er J R Vann G L Wallace B Walson L L Waffenbarger E T We ker J B Wlulehead G K W rams F E Worsham S M Yearly W T Q ggi Sex Q 3 al 45 XX 2 Tfiewi IE L i 'A -V Three fingers mdlca+e whose birlh day IS a+ a Chrlsimashde parly 1 1 DICK DEVANE, Presidenl' 11-, BETA TH ETA Pl-, Adams, A. C. Adams, R. D. Anderson, J. B, Bailey, R. G. Barland, E. S. Bang, J, R, Boafwrighf, H. J. Bobo, J. E. Brown, N. H, Campbell, R. C, I 1 - , 1 1 l I . l l kfi f A W ' v An unusual work of ar-l' draws a quarlerie iogelher for a chal' during an in+erlucle al a house dance. "Mons+er from ll-ne Blaclt Lagoon." Beiag I give a wel' birlhday parly for Alan Neal, The Betas started the year right with a great new pledge class of 28 and a third place in the cross-country meet. Gamma Eta chapter won the I.F.C. trophy last year and hopes to repeat the feat this year. Always high scholastically, they now have earned the Sigma Chi Foundation scholarsship trophy for five years .... Headed by chapter president Dick DeVane as varsity track captain, some of the Betas, campus wheels include Newt Hardie, president of Tau Beta Pi, and Charlie Cobb, president of the Senior Class and business manager of the Blue Print. Dick Rosselot is secretary of the Student Council and vice president of ODK, and Wayne Waddell is Senior Class secretary-treas- urer and a member of Koseme. Five Betas claim the distinction of having been elected to Whok Who in American College! and Univeryitier .... On the social calendar, a football game and party with the Emory chapter, the Beta weekend in the winter, and the annual spring house party are the big dates, with other parties filling in. lags? , , , . ' r Ga 9 Chalker, J, - Hard' N . N. . G. Hlckerson, J, M Johnson, P, l DICK D EVANE - DEV ' ON MONROE WAYNE W ADDELL 3 RUDNEY COOK l l l lle Bela T A air of I Oflely C3amma Eta Clxapter . ,V-.KAL I I I I I I Barland, E .S. Campbell, ll. C, W pledge . Gamma to repeat mow have y for five as varsity ide Newt esident of 'imi Dick president :ary-treas- listinction College! mall game ld ifl the gig dares J , awk? -J F 7 1 'rl Q J 1' " X.. . 1 p Q 4 ii I l ls. l E ! - 1 3 3 5 .I -E Challfer, J. Clark, L. N. Cobb, C. K. Cook, R. W. Cordell, W. F. Epps, E. P. Espy, G. B. Y Hardie, N. G. Harris, L. I. Harvey, D. D. Hauensfein, R. Hauenslein, W. R. Hazleff, H. L. Herlihy, R. A. Hlckerson, J. M. Holf, J. M. Hughes, R. R. Hunf, T. M. lvie, J. R. Jefferies, R. F. Johnson, C. S. Johnson, P. Johnson, W. R. Kauffman, J. F. Kyle, R. K. Lambe, J. L. Lee, R. H. Marlin, J. R. 'wma ' 5v oFFloERs DICK DEVANE Preudenz DEVON MONROE Vzce President WAYNE WADDELL . . . Secretary RODNEY COOK . . Treamref , f-zgkq' " f' .lg TT 7 5 AEON c. 6'-""" The Bela Tl1el'a Pi wreck lies al' resl' in an 1' 09' air of lonely solilude, ils usefulness gone. 4 'l' u ,,4. Peel: Omega Chapter. N, X . . . . Adl , H. T. B f , H, L. a d I , H. F. aeacham. A- F- -a-Boo!" The Chu Phu coolc is a lnllle camera shy. BoSlZrn,,F. M. O Bfaucnligfelr w, Brown, R. A. Browne, D. T. lauakiu, N. G. cammack, E. O. Cage. T- H- Conway, G. I. Craig, G. F. Cunningham, D. D. Davies. T. Dalson, R. R. Gabriel, G. N- Omega cha campus to ov has this year ter was quick the campus t. terrihc homel . . . Paul Rc Ware was BZ mural foorba start toward been an our! but also 51686 have la, 3 i' 4 lff 1' OFFICERS GENE SCOTT President JOHN JORDAN Vice Prefideazl FRED WARE Secretary LEE THOMPSON Tfeamrer Gloomy faces, including llce s- 9XP'e55 lille Chi Phi clejecfion affer fhe Auburn 'lame' X s 1., r r XLXX , , ' . -may S . ,lg gi -exft 4 r 1 . Beacham. A' F' Brown. R' A' Cape, T. H- Davies. T- 15 DTT Z! DAN dent .RE 7 PSON ?1' he ls. expressafhe. Auburn 9 r 5 r PHI GENE SCOTT, President norm, R. R. Eniae, H. E ri, H. P. F d ' k s A. ' Gabriel, G. N. eilberf, w. c, Hggler, D. w. Hrffaeerif Wfo. iiiffiiiiif it Omega chapter of Chi Phi was the first fraternity on the Tech campus to own its house, and its present house at 720 Fowler Street has this year been the scene of some memorable activities. The chap- ter was quick to put to use the abilities of its pledge class, largest on the campus this year. One of the products of their handiwork was a terrific homecoming display that copped second place in the judging. . . . Paul Roberts was elected Freshman Class president and Fred Ware was Blue Print advertising manager .... In taking the intra- mural football crown in the Tornado League the gang got a fine start toward their share of campus honors .... Chi Phi has always been an outstanding fraternity on the campus, not only socially, but also athletically and scholastically. It is the only fraternity on the campus that is authorized by the I.F.C. to have tea dances, and these have always been big affairs after all the football games. A prize-winning Homecoming display for Chi Phi A group of poker faced gamblers break 'the bank a+ the Reno parfy for rushees. Omega Chapter MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Bnrxgx, U. S. DAVIS. T. 5. Gfxxx, A. H1c.miY, P. 'I'. I-Ioi.l.Ar:1w, I.. A. D. McLl,fxl:c5u1.lN, B. lf. O'CnNNoR, G. O'Kia12lflfl2, W. C. Romims, P. j. ROBINSON, j. D. Sruviaus, R. SIISLIEY, S. H. SMITH, J. S. 5P12.'xux1AN, A. C. . S'1'1uc3K1.lz11, 'l. . f Sxx'lN'1', S. H. 'l'HoMPsoN, I.. Uvsimxv, P. i 1 fs" r A --,H , Q X i 5 i Helfrich, C. P. Henderson, W. B. Hendrickson, R. Hiles, M. E. Hine, J. P. T Jenkins, G. T. Johnson, F. T. Johnson, H. K. Johnson, R. W. Jordan, J. C. 1 Kallelis, J. P. Lamb, J. W. Law, F. LeCraw, R. S. Lee, J. M. .1 s 'f . A i if C1 V KI V. Z' ml K 2 K 1... . V ' of , Ch f ' k d + I + I 3m9ew4Kf'f" e s enloy a co e an conqra ua e each o+her on +I-me quala'ry of +he chow. Sa+isfied smiles suppori' fheir confidence. ' . 166 Lockwood, J. C. Pruifi, R. B. Thompson, J. B. HIP H 2 ii . f , . - 1 'nel J- P. Loc-kwood, J. C. Martin, T. D. McConnell, L. J. McCrorey, R. B. Pinckney, F. D. Posi, A. W., Jr. Pruiff, D. D. fda,-,I J. C, PrulH, R. B. Read, R. D. Reid, E. J. Roberf, L. W. Scoff, E. D. Sheehan, T. Sfrickland, J. C. Ee, J. M. Thompson, J. B. Thompson, T. L. Vandiver, L. M. Walker, S. P. Wamsley, A. Ware, F. A. Yosf, J. W. .ffi f JA - f - 1 ,ff Q5 1, W g .g3:Hf: 4-5- K r gi H 5 as. Elie - 555231 W we 2 .1 26 lll X -ff lllllllll - T"i'd e . gi 5 A -1 .2322 1llllll lIlIlI mu,- X 3 - 12 3 21 - 'fa 4 225552 H! - Q I 1--f :Q ,. -gf .1 -' -.,. ,. 23. cw tee-.e . -'i 1+'f"f"'f"' f " -A s-v- A slrraining Chi Phi wreck s'rrug'gIes io pass in review before fhe judges siand. - if ,K . 'Wil -ti .V ' if My ugh ,MAY-V V. .R -fl N: .., , 'v4 JYLXV, :xf X,- . , N' aff, . gig .. 9522 , T fn fn. . ' 1, .5 Wt V,.-wf X vi fffi 4 MLW 4 'fn All -1 if BOB CANNON, President Ll. -. , . X fax ' I My f 1, . ,A 1 ' vm I s 4 - ' fg .i-1,555 ei Q , W . gas' ' i N-?:3j T..ff'-gpg g, .'!- , '- ll . , .pg -u .1 as 9 - 8 ' Q ig, F . l 'Ei L 1 if - W ll. iq A dreamy mood overfalres a couple at a rush party. I i Welcome! A package from home excifes . 3 the diefary fhouqhfs of this Chi Psi crew. l CHI PSI Berma, M. D. Boron, F. L. Brennan, J. L. Brock, W. L. Bryan, C, J, Campbell, H. L. Cannon, R. S. Deloach, J. L. Gull, J. P. Gregory, P. C. The men of Iota Delta started their annual run in great style. One of the highlights of the year was the interior remodeling of their lodge. In the rejuvenated atmosphere social life Hour- ished with the holding of many house parties, informal dances, and costume parties .... Moving steadily forward, the gang continued to pick up steam and they ground out a second in I.F.C. football and a third in volley ball .... Some of the prin- cipal cogs in the works were Daniel Berman, treasurer of A.S.C.E. and member of Chi Epsilon, and Bob Cannon, member of Pi Tau Sigma .... Coleman Bryan made the cross-country and track teams, while Bland johnson represented the chapter on the golf team .... Chi Psi prides itself on encouraging 21- well rounded college life for all members, with due emph21SiS being placed on scholarship. IC Herr, D, G, Ludwig, J, C. ldhnfr. J. D. Truss. L. w. mini' hidden Coslumes Bryan. C. J. Gfe90ry. P. C. 1 great style. remodeling I1 life Hour- 'mal dances, d, the gang a second in Of the prin- rreasurer of on, member ross-country the chapter couragillg Q Ie emphfwis uc 41, . i 'QT fQQW5fDeHe Chapter. iE0 Herr,.D. G. Johnson, R. B. Keels, A. J. Kirkpairick, D. A. Lerdon, W. E. Ludwig, J. C. Ludwig, W. D. Mitchell, R. D. Pafferson, P. R. Porfer, J. J. Rahner, J. D. Robinson, W. M. Romfh, G. B. Spivey, L. J. Taylor, W. L. TWIQQS. L. W. Vaughn, W. R. Whifley, F. L. Woodcock, R. H. Wright, R. B. 2 ' , S ,f -ef- i S- - Xe ff llllllll Wu 2 2 I - 2 THU .J r' -1 4 3 QI 2 g -,.,4fLQA--at-A-7,4 K AIAA, ff' ' , S Many hidden desires are exposed by fhe cos+umes of a Secrei' Ambifion Par+y. 1 GO -IP- l-.J OFFICERS BOB CANNON Prefident LEE CAMPBELL C 07'7'6.fp07Z6ii7Z g Secretary BILL ROBINSON Secretary BILL VVOODCOCK Treawreir MEMBERS NOT PICTURED W. G. DAVIS A. W. EISENHAUER J I. GOODRICH W. R. TITTLEBACH GEORGE LEACH, Presidenf fi, Smiles show lhaf a rescue party mus'r have reached fhis pair af the Della Sig's famed shipwreclt par+y. An old fashioned bar, slighlly modified, seems io be popular af 'this rush parfy. DELTA SIGMA PHI L 5- lp Alford, D, S, Arfhur, D. J. Bodenhamer, W. T. Buffon, H. F. Caff Cleary, L. L. Crews, J. L. Davis. Their first year in the new house behind them, the Delta Sigs started the year off on the upswing by rushing and pledging the largest pledge class in twenty years. With rushing over, the spotlight shifted to the Carnation Ball on December 10. In the winter quarter they took to the alleys to defend their last year's bowling title. Spring quarter saw the long awaited Ship- wreck Ball and the naming of the new sweetheart. Among the Chapter's campus leaders are I.F.C. Vice President Rudy Klaas, Fred Button, Chairman of the Fraternity Honor Boardg Dave Snyder of Pi Tau Sigma, and Regis Walker in Chi Epsi- lon. Mike Charles was again this year a member of the varsity swimming team. Alpha Gamma Chapter of Delta Sigma Phi looks back on the past year as one to be long remembered. -9 R E C. G. Dowler, R. Engel R E WS, A. C. Harman, J, H Imlay, J, p, ' Kalcos, E, p, RUDY Vice DAVE FRED chorus DH I Callarln, KE Engel, R. E, Delta Sigs fl pledging hing over, ber 10. In . their last iited Ship- 't. Among lent Rudy mor Board, . Chi Epsi- che varsity Sigma Phi nembered. AlphalGamma Chapter , 1 fl pay , 'QR f i ' .--, 'vo .42 , l EVGUS. A- C. Fleelwood, R. W. Ford, J, T. Gay, K, E. Gwin, P. H. Halliday, H. C. Harman, J. H. Harris, A. J. Hawkins, G. C. Herringfon, T. N. Hodges, H. W. Hoffman, R. M. lmlay. J. P. Jenkins, H. A. Johnson, K. A. Jones, C. M. Jones, J. B. Judge, T. J. KalC0S. E- P4 Kells, W. Khoram, B. Klass, A. R. Lee, W. J. Lumry, J. R. OFFICERS GEORGE LEACH Prefidevzl RUDY RUBESCH Vice Preyieienl DAVE SNYDER Secretary FRED BUTTON Treamrer A gay chorus of Della Sig pledges pours forlh a sponlaneous volume of jauniy song. JZ Hamby, H, O. Hughes, D. R. Kaiser, J. S. MacEviH, J. M DELTA SIGMA PHI X11-1 Delia Sigma Phu s sweeihearf is presen+ed wuih a big bouque+. Mgwldinq. W. R. Mclnfosh, w. M, Meyer, H. pm Mnchell, P. L. Moore, P. J. Morgan, w. R. mfs-f' F- Myrphy, C. C. Nichols, J. A. Nix, A. H. Snydg -B. 0 Neal. J. B. Paiferson, R. W. Pearson, W. B. walkers MEMBERS NOT PICTURED F. L. CARLSEN, JR. M. P. CHARLES S. R. ELKINS, JR. L. E. HALLER J. E. HARRELL H. J. KORSRUD R. C. MAZEAU H. D. STAPP, JR. W. H. STEWARD J. F. STEWART i A +ableau of belies have lured ,f an oc'l'opus on +o view Hwings. 172 X. i Egg! 5 I Delfa l ear annual' Alpha Gamma Chapter - Weiss'-' 1 fr'-'r'-A .. ,i -8 . Q 4 ' . r T. 352 l 'T' 3 l vi 1 5 ' A Lseswwws U2 Meyer H. Pearl, J. F. Phillips, W. A. Posey, F. H. Pralf, P. W. Richmond, H. G. Rubesch, R. A. Russ, J. L. Morggn W, R. SGUIS. T. B. Sayers, T. A. Schucherl, P. G. Scoggins, D. M. Scofl, W. S. Sloan, W. M. Smith, H. A. Nix A"H, 5"'YdGf. D- L. Slevens, R. R. Sfinnefl, W. M. Tinsley, A. M. Transeau, L. W. Turner, R. E. Vance, R. B. Pea'rson' W' B. Walker, R. V. While, P. W. Wilson, J. A. Worrall, F. G. Wrxghl, R. H. Young, T. L. Zilfrauer, N. A X , Y 1'--'-1 53555 s: - l, I Tx , g j-. gi 2 l SIIIIIIENIF I F 1 :72 T i a A - The Della Sigma Phis convenienlly enioy 'lheir annual Carnafion Ball in a new house. 173 Qc.. f , M .J L Gamma Psi Chapter DEL .44-f 1 ff .. 'Vi YR B ll d R B W B rre S R BafeS R. Bearden, D. P. Abercrombie, S. E. Allen, R, a ar , . arnes, . a , . . , Bennell, S. Benzing, N. Bolger, P. Bowen, D. Braselfon, W. Brock, J. C5911 R- HA Canada, J. Carr, J. D. Clark, W. L. Darden, B. R. Davidson, W. C. Dougherty, F. W. Downey, R- 1 Du8ose, R. F. Dunderville, W. Dye, W, N. Edwards, J. L. Endom, D. P. Evans, C. J. FBQIIGV. W- OFFICERS DAN CARR President SHELBY BARRE Vice President BILL DAVIDSON Secretary ED FORD Treasurer A real cool combo pr6PQ"95 'For a real hol' lazz session. 174 Ford, R. Hardee, J. E- The Del1 campus sir the fme W ro the hour lighter side house part annual Rai Tau Beta jaunsen, a. were in SQ hell and P berths on tj and Bob I team and I V1 t Bearden. Caqle. R- DowneY- R- Faglier, W. IR 'IRE ml QON seSSl0r" 7-l D. P. H DELTA TAU DELTA 2 2, I 4 5Ve". - - 5. - . roover, . . K ww Bmef Ford. R G C C G y R M G R L H R Hardee, J. E. Hari, P. G. Hassler, C. F. Hays, J. C. H k R R ec, Q 'Vu A DAN CARR, Presiclenl' The Delts can mark another highly successful year on the campus since their founding here in 1921. Worthy of note is the fine work of the parent club in giving that home touch to the house and in helping with various activities .... On the lighter side of life were numerous house dances and a spring house party. Crowning event of the social calendar was the annual Rainbow Ball .... Among Gamma Psi's notables were Tau Beta Pi members Shelby Barre, Frank Prosser, Warren Jaunsen, and Lee Edwards. Gordon Oliver and Bob Ogletree were in Scabbard and Blade. Koseme members were joe Pin- nell and Pat Bolger, prexy of the Society .... Holding down berths on the swimming team were Hal Reeves, jack Leverette, and Bob Ballard, while Sheby Barre performed on the gym team and Martin Torrance was a mainstay of the track team. llluslrafecl inclicafions of successful "Del+a Sl1el'ra" par'l'y The Dells' ramblin' reclc ascencls The hill during l'l1e annual Reclc Parade. MEMBERS NOT PICTURED BRAUN, j. P. CAlNi'liLL, li. M. GnAM1.lcii, R. B. HANNA, C., JR. HARRii1.l., S. R. Hiscgmifw, R. Hoxvlav, j. R. JOYCE, j. KiNimsv,x'1'l5R, K. KNIGIIT, j. L., JR Pismw, T. M., Jn. PQLLARD, R. F. Sciiiuusn, A. G. 'I'm'LoR, W. N. rry skies and 'rhe dreamy music of a combo 'd h ' - R 'J 'lllir '!, V ' "' J VA.'.A M- J Gamma Psi Chapier 9 Holliday, R. A. Jaunsen, W. H. Jennings, R. W. Johnsion, R. A. KennedY, J- A- Pmngll,J. K, Killian, W. P. Knox, R. N. Langston, D. L. Leverelle. T. LqCkWO0d. H-R Robinson, G, H, Malia, E. P. Marbuf, R. G. McDonough, R. McKew, H. A. Mitchell, W. . Smylhe, J, L, Murchison, J. D. Oglelree, R. Oliver, A. G. Parks, W. J. PGHVY. J- H- Wdqner,W, B' K r i R i PVQV' 95 an GHC anflng evening for 'l'he Delis and 'lheir house dance. 176 DELTA TAU DELTA . --- ,--.,..,-. ,-:QQ I: U 4 VV 1 . Tv , , V f , V rf' ,J . . ki . 0 Kennedyljjl Pinngll, J. K. Poriwood, R. Pou, M. E. Pow ll H. R. P F . HiZF5TdwH'n. 5f'2'32R1?nJ.i'H' 2352. EJ 2?.m'2,'mcC' 2Ch5a4Tmlf' ER' S33?3!++.'P7'L. 52325533 R 5:51.25 ' ' ' '. .' ' an 9. - wei er, . . T - ' ' - peavy, J. H. Waqner, W. B. Wannwrnghf, R. Walker, B. Warger, R. NATTIITTSSQ u?I2g?1II'J-PJ" xgaanj ,W I , , 6? N . y gf TL , T 'S L , x i i --3 s -. , ff 1 Z-5 5 ' .if W, R fi-ii !-1 lmliii !!jl1 Z-1 ll I.. In g?g31?: :5 51E.lE fx 11353 ii!! 1 nf Z s gsgfsfa 'W -ED J p r.- 1 Q Graham Jackson and his boys enferfain 'Phe gang a'l' a Del'I'a Tau Delia smoker. b W5 dance' . L- ' r"Fw.y.,. if' J gk 1 MARcus BOROM, Pfesaaem T KAPPA ALPHA An+b.,.. .. Amanda" L' C' en pm sen, F. L. sie, F. w. Brown. R. D. Barion, R. P. 1 fi nf i ' -LL... T' gi L 3- V 1 Confederate uniforms and lovely Sourhern belies are traditionally in siyle for ihe KA's "Old South" Ball. Tommy and Jimmy Dorsey enierfain ai' Kappa Alpha's renowned "Old Sou+h" Ball. Beck, G. The men With the Southern tradition came to Tech in 1899 and since that time have always been very active in school activities, and 1955-'56 was no exception . . . C. F. Hollberg, john Klinke, Marcus Borom, and Eugene Dunwoody were all members of Anak and in 'iWho,s Who". Dunwoody was also in O.D.K .... In varsity athletics Bill Cohen was a basketball standout, and the gridiron notables were Don Miller, W. A. Glazier, and Burton Grant .... The KA's are well known for their line social activities. There was a very successful Christ- mas Party, and at the Winter Formal Bo Stewart was named the outstanding pledge. The highlight of the dance was the naming of the KA Rose, Miss Susan Foxworth .... ln the spring quarter, the Old South Ball was one of the campus's outstanding dances, as well as being somewhat unusual, with all the members growing beards and wearing Confederate uni- forms. 4 grown, S. 1 urr , J, C H fy if . C. Jackson, J, MARCUS BON FRANK HOLL' l0HN KLINKL CARROLL HAI Broil fame Barrett, S. R. Brown, R, D, ich in 1899 2 in school I Hollberg, :ly were all dy was also L basketball ler, W. A- vell known ssful Christ- was named lce was the , . . In the ne can1Pu5,5 lusual, wifh Tederate Hill' QO WQ Alpha Slgma Chapter fe l ? rr .qv 1 .. 54 1 af I' 1, , . if 1 Q2 . s lf "'- ' 4 :Q Q Q B 'IJ' .4-Q -qi BFOWFI. S. T. Chew, F. S. Cohen, W. C. Coleman, H. Cook, C. L. Crandall, C. H. Crudup, E. A. Curry, J. C. Downing, R. R. Dunwody, E. Edmondson, R. S. Glazier, W. A. Grant, B. G,-urley, T. B. Hafl. C- Heine, G. R. Hollberg, C. F. Howard, H. C. Howe, P. G. Huey, S. M. Hunter, C, M, JaCk50f1.J. D. King, R. D. Klinke, J. P. Lokey, H. M. McCowen, A. McKay, H. M. McKinley, A. P ,J X 1 O FFIC E RS MARCUS BOROM .... Premlevzz FRANK HOLLBERG Vfce P1 efzclent JOHN KLINKE . . . . Secretmjf CARROLL HART . . T1 GJZJIMCI Brother Pat Boone, ot "Ain't That A Shame tame, holds the envious center ot attentron MEMBERS NOT PICTURED ARNALJ, tl. A. Asxiaxv, I.. C. AU1.'1'M.'xN, C. F. BAILEY, A, C. BASS, R, Bowvian, I-I L. BRYANT. C. M. BURNS. ,l. D. CAR'r'liR, A. L. COLE, R. I. lDAN'rzl.f5k, L. N. DUSON, H. lfmzliiu, C. I.. GARNIER, R. R. Hiirxlzm. D. Humsfxlm, W. J. jonxsox, R. D. LILLY, I. I. Mums, ln. Moluus, rl. C. NIEIEL, L. OWEN. J. QUlcsL1iY, A. J. RAMSHY, W. L. SLAM, j. C. SMITH, D. STACIEY, W. M. STOKIQS, C. J. TAl.liO'I'. C. D. Wfxlxisk, M. P. XVOOIJWARIJ, R. KAPPA ALPHA Mellon, H. I. Miller, D. E. Nipper, W. A. Pafferson, W. B. Paflon, W. W. Perkins, E. Philips, C. W. Pollard, R. Preacher, R. Presfon, J. R. Rainey, D. Ramsuer, A. Rice, D. L. Schuessler, M. Seqresl, R. M. Formal be-decked Kappa Alpl'1a's slep lo some livel music '+I-1 H1 Y WI eir escorls a+ a parly l1igl1ligl1'r of l'l'1e social season. ISO X X X . X S . 'SNP' X p .9 N X x N X N N M sf Q S fa 21322 fs J' 6 3 Shep. Taylo Wea? f X Alpha Sigma Chapter i l , l r Fallon, W.W. Ehapard, T. L. Presionk JI R' naylor, Roberl Segresf RIM, Wealherwax, K. gg Sheffield J. E. Sherrow H. R. Smilh, W. Snead, Thomas, R. Tinney, F. Truly, D. Turner, G. Welch, H. L. Wilkins, B. Williams, D. Wilson, 1 i 4 , . 'X . Slewarl, B. Slone, J. T. Tuff, C. B. Valenline, C Winborn, S. R. Woolf, R. , lmjl-I n- h r 1-15-,'g:.:?H 3 -,.,-- ' f ' -gif I 1 ,F A lllllll g A 14'-.:'i'?"":' ff.-- - - V . tj-, .- ,IQ ,...2,,: sedfon' A prelly rush girl displays her lalenls as a group of rushees displays il's aclmiralion. into , we Al ha Tau Chapter 0,232-D p V. 3 fi v '3 1' fa "Uh -99 i l S l l l l I r Andrews, A Byrley, P. L Culp, W. R Drigqcrs, R . W an I I A l l I R " 1 ' ' ' I I' MAA A I l T' V l A r 3 ' "' 4 X K Bailes, L. E. Baker, R. W. Barnes, J. W. Beach, R. R. Berry, A. W. Breard. A- E- l Carson, G. P. Cheek, W. C. Coley, K. R. Collins, R. H. Copeland, J. R. CPHFBUX. 5- P- , Daniel, D. 1. Daniel, T. G. Davis, J. H. DeLind, J. w. Denmark, R. Difflev. J- J. , Folly, H, H. Fonville, A. D. Fowler, L. C. G-oodhew, J. W. Harper, C. L. Harrell. D- M- 4? 'K h..., 5, . ., Pts nf' ,f in 9, K' 4- . if .-Ngfj .,,i. OFFICERS LYNN FOWLER Prericient ZELLE LASSITER Vice-Prerident RAYMOND BAKER Secretary BILL CHEEK Treamrer The housemolher accompanies 6 Gluaflel of brolhers singing 'fralernily favori'reS- Haynie, W. 5- leflrey. D. W' Wichi started taken v a leagi homecc of the ' aclclitioi Sigma activity Engine well ar Club p the Ka party a traclitic and a i A t t -'I' Breardv A' E' Coffraux. 5- P' nimey. J- J- Harrell. D- M' u QER i ,T ER ent AKER EK r udfiel ani65 5 q 'fe PFDHY favof' PA 5 I ca M A Haynie, W. S. Hearn, L. A. Hudgins, J. L. Hulsey, J. M. Jackins, G. A Jeffrey, D. W. Jones, M. D. Keller, M. J. Kennedy, H. O. Kenney, H. C. With the opening of school and the campus' third oldest fraternity started its quest for those elusive I.F.C. points. Among the honors taken were second places in the reck parade and cross-country meet, a league championship in football and fourth in swimming. At homecoming their neat modern house boasted a great display, one of the best. Fall quarter saw a pledge class of 38 and the welcome addition of a house mother, first in chapter history .... Kappa Sigma is well represented in almost every campus honorary and activity. Bob Beach and Russ McDonough are the editors of the Engineer and the Technique, respectively. Brothers Baker and Thor- well are active in Student Council work, and Lynn Fowler is Bulldog Club president .... Self-reputedly party champions of the campus, the Kappa Sigs started another spectacular year with a real gone party after the Miami game. Big events of the social year were the traditional Black and White Formal, the Founder's Day celebration, and a very informal house party. qi. wk if '1 LYNN FOWLER, Presidenl' Jubilaiion reigns: the Kappa Sigs win anol'l1er one A group of s+ags enjoys +he cameraman while more energelic dancers enioy lhe fast combo 1 MEMBERS NOT PICTURED BAKER, R. F. BEARD, R. DAVIS, J. H. EDWARDS, j. M. ELLERISEIE, T. B. IILIEMING, W. S. FOWLER, R. D. FRANTZ, j. B. GlusON, C. A. Gmvlis, P. D. HYDE, j. L. LORD, R. li. BIANUEL, M. F. BICINTOSH, G. P. IVIOYE, M. 5lUENNIG, M. K. NICRELS, A. S. Piasom, J. M. RA'rHuUN, j. P. ROBINSON, R. D ROGERS, L. j. ROGERS, R. C. ScO'1'r, W. H. TRMPLES, J. H. Wfms, L. XVRIGHT, C. E. Alpha Tau Clwapler i i . l . 1 ' l I . P Q Q r I 8 1 Knight, F. D. Lassiter, T. U. Liles, J. D. Lymburner, L. E. l-YPU. W- McCIendon, J. P. McDonough, R. B. Mc6aril'y, P. Miller, M. M1IIer.P' Milchell, J. R. Moore, D. S. Moore, J. G. Moye, J. E. MUSSQV, C- Nafhanson, L. S. O'DonneII, P. E. Oxford, E. C. Peckinpauqh, C. Plckren, R- A- This Une looking pledge class reflec+s an oufsfandin fall h 9 rus season and promises a group of oufslanding members. 184 ?' 4 -sf? x . , l ri . E: L , ig ' le . mai J. 1 1 if -q .," N V? ' x I . ,!vL, A l f f Pierce, J, A, Singlelon, W, C Tanner, J, F, Waldron, J, D, 'iii KAPPA SIGMA , f X I 1 xc L, 5: ,. , a Ya f 4 , 'Q 35:3 ri 31+ J . . . 2 K I Y , .1 .V , -QW , l l.! ll I f ,Ci 1 L Ax l Z l 16? . l l . .Ali H "1 .1 t l . l W PQGFCG. J. A. Richardson, J. G. Rodgers, J. C. Schmidf, J. W. Schnabel, J. A. Schwanebech, W. L. Sikes, R. D. l-YPD' 'S 5"'9lei0f1. W. C. Smith, G. C. Smith, T. L. Snider, R. A. Soderholm, V. Spafafora, D. V. Spring, J. B. , Nl1Iler.P- ' Tanner. J. F. Thompson, K. V. Thornwell, E. Transou, T. B. Tucker, R. C. Turner, G. Vickers, D. L. l usser C Waldron, J. D. Walfers, W, S. Ware, J. M. Williams, W. F. Wilson, J. K. Winn, S. D. Woosley, H. L. M I' Pickreni li l' x ,. ' 'Wi' 3 4 f 1 N P' - 1. 5 X XS, K 6 : . - K I glllnlll 5 2:1 .- --- - - - - N S- Esfsasm ' - 'S-':1-3 :Z l E , Sf"-"' - -- - --- , mf-siisai Nc' -K-- Q : 2 - -1 - . f -. - -Q A 1 j. . l+ may look a liH'le unear-l'hly, bul' il' acfually ran--ran away wilh second place hOr1OrS gm embe Q LAMBDA CHI ALPHAL, KURT HENDRICH, President -"C Clouds of smoke almost obscure Lambda Cl1i's wreck plugging an "Ugliesi' Man on Campus" candidaie. Casual clothes and a relaxed atmosphere pre- vail ai' Lambda Chi's Founder's Day Parry. L. A 'f , R. E. Aydleil, C. L. Balcerak, R. 'S. Barber, R. L. geclairgds, R. K. Bg2lzrligl:lgB. G, Bickel, R. F. Boling, J. T. Boling, J A Since its founding at Tech in 1942 the Beta Kappa Chapter of one of the nation's largest social fraternities has grown stead- ily to a high position in campus leadership. The Lambda Chi's claim more than their share of "wheels" among which are Ed Smith, Tau Beta Phi and Phi Kappa Phi, Bob Simerly, Al- pha Pi Mu, james Hundley, Eta Kappa Nu, Cary Rutland, Sigma Gamma Tau, Charlie Pinson and George Moss in the Bulldog Club, and john Greasel is treasurer of the Interfra- ternity Council. Bob Brickel brings home the bacon on the varsity track team. Lambda Chi Alpha has members in nearly all departmental societies as well as other extracurricular activi- ties. Social highlight of a memorable year came in the winter quarter with the annual Crescent Formal, featuring the crown- ing of the Crescent Girl for the year. E E 2 'z Bw k' ,N. . Dahlilkglsfl. wli Flelchall, G, W, Hackeil, P, T, 96 'Im fivm surf , LPH Y dijx ,. 1 0 o i',Bela Kappa Chapter i l Bl 'IQ ,. li l X ' . 5- Barber, R. L, . Bolinq, J, A, lppa Chapter grown stead- .amhda Chi's g which are Simer1y,Al- .ary Rutland, Moss in the the Interfra- lacon on tbl? lers in nearly ricular activi- in the winter lg the crowfl- ae vbqr s W. ,vw Brookins, N. R. Brown, D. A. Busby, J. A. Buller, J. H. Carney, W. E. Clayton, R. E. Clifton, R. F. Dahlke, C. W. Danlzler, B. O. DeJarneH'e, F. R. Donaldson, W. B. Douglas, G. R. Duskin, J. W. Ellis, G. R. Flefdldll. G. W. Garrefl, W. J. Gartner, W. B. Gilberr, G. J. Glanlzberq, F. E. Gordon, W. G. Greasel, J. E. Hackeif. P. T. Hall, J. F. Hannah, W. W. Heinrich, K. J. Herron, R. D. Hundley, J. C. Ivey, J. C. OFFICERS KURT HEINRICH President WILLIS GORDON Vice-Prefident FRED PREDDY Se crelary CHARLES PINSON T7'8d!7l1'67' Exchange s'ruclenl', Frckry Morcos, from Egypl 'ralks wi'rh a pair of Lambda Chi's. "" -lr'---. T: X -2? 9 ', . rf ' 'Q' Q W , .. ii - . . , 'f , Cording, R. H. Erskine, F. C. Grogan, J. W. Jones, G. H. E lliill ri' f ff LAMBDA HI ALPHA MEMBERS NOT PICTURED lM'1'1'fxcs1.IA, A. W. G. l3l.liAxl.iiY, C. C. Buss, R. N. Buss, R. W. BOND, D, li. Homme, C. L. l.lOXY'liN, R. N. BOYKIN. J. H. CU'l'lllGll'I', 12. A. Diusoliks, 'l'. M. l:OR5Y'l'Hli, R. W. GILLI5, W. S. GRAY, T. Ii. HENIJRICQKS, -I. Ii. HHRMAN, C. C. l'lliU'I'lllili, C. H. I-Ioufxm, J. KOUN5, D. I.. I.lT1'LIi'1'oN, If. C. MCGUIGAN, DI. l9ROC'I'OR, C. R. Souzfx, A. C. 'I'1Ll.MAN, C. A. TUCKIZR, W. T. URQU1-1ART, J. L. Lasafer, J. P. Keilh, R. M. Kelly, J. D. Keys, N. V. Keyier. R- N- . King, G. B. Ligon, C. K. McClesky, J. M. McCollum, J. D. McGarriiy, A. L. McKenney, H. R. McSheehy, R. K. Meadows, R. A. Mlchon, J. M. Miller, D. 'S.' Miller, R. G. Miller, W. R. Monroe, D. H. Morrison, R. M. Moseley, J. L. 'on !llll! alll' Y.lllllQg '6llz:j. .'i 392427, Ig. 'I "loaf, -Nx,,f 'LFQQ' A par-'ry on fhe Lambda Chi pafio is highly enjoyed by everyone and lhese chaperons are having as good a fime as anyone. l 155 Moss, G. D, Pulman, D, H, Salazar, A. A, Slone, J. F, l 29' 5 Q"ii'li'iilillll' A" IUJJII llllr' f S 'kent er M055 G D Parker, R J Peace S E Pe J D Peihs D Phe ps P D Plnson C L Preddy F A eg 'WM Pufmaf' D H Querry, W Y Richardson J E se B Roberfs D A Roberfs J G Roe H H Rufland C H MC MDS Self-rar A A shwer, M a Slmerly R L Sums c A sm. h B M sm. h c E smnh w c Smlfh w E M 'ef Sf ne J F Tyson, O S Warner W E Washburn M C We b D L Wcks R C Wnllnams W Wulson W H 'Fl Thus group sngmfles gen'I'lemanly leisure and 'Hfue con+en'I'men+ of a sprung day 189 Qfifj -Q 9 , we 3 i Ch 1 , - , Geor la Del a ap er r . P H i ll T J... .. L 5 l 5 1 Q , - l ' i 4 l i Z T I l ll The Phi Dell' Molhers' club gels inlo 'lhe spirif of 'rhings as lhey plan for lhe annual Chrislmas parly. Adams, J. R. All, W. H. Balliel, M. Barber, M. D. Benson, J. W. Blakely, T. T. Brandi, P. S. Brooks, W. B. i s l l , i he fe- ish ii .P Anderson, R. C. Ard. J- 5- Baumgardner, C. M. Beard, E. L. G Bo ce H F OFFICERS BILL ALL Prefident BOBBY WAUGH Reporter JIMMY JOINER Secretary NED EDGE Treamfer Everyone is anxiously wailing +0 greel' new Phi Deli' pledges on Pledge Sunday- Bowman, R. . Y . - - Brown, J. T. BYYGDY. C- R- 5 Chapman, B. C. Fuller, S. H. TheI intram winnir ing Te mal, tl parries preside Psi, Gs dent C Marrisc ballg B Ned Er addirio Helms lf 21 HCV Delta '1 X B , . A,-di J, S. 0C9.' ran.' Beard. E'l' By l C reel - 9 gdgeigunday' D E L T A T H ET A B. C. Copeland, A. J. Crockard, F. H. Curtis, D. B. Eskew, H. L. Chapman, Fllllef. 5 H. Goode, M. E. Goodson, J. W. Grlgg, S. T. Hall, T. H. The Phi Delts started their list of significant honors with the intramural championship. A very worthy achievement was the winning of the Empty Stocking Fund Drive with a sum break- ing Tech's previous record. Sociably speaking, the Winter For- mal, the Bowery Ball following Hell Week, and three house parties were the big ones. Bill All was in ANAK, ODK, and president of the Y.M.C.A., Dykes Barber, vice president of Phi Psi, Gene Mori, Tom Brown, and Dickie Mattison on the Stu- dent Council. In varsity athletics the Phi Delts list Mitchell, Mattison, Rotenberry, McAdams, Bryant, and DeLaney in foot- ball, Baumgardner, Moore, Smith, and Williams in swimming, Ned Edge on the golf team. Everybody agreed one of the best additions to the chapter was the capable service of Mrs. W. G. Helms in her first year as house mother. All this and more made it a never-to-be-forgotten year for Georgia Delta Chapter of Phi Delta Theta. qi:-"IV BILL ALL, Presidenl' ix 'al A group of Yellow .laclcel football stars leave fhe Phi Deli house on their way fo 'rhe Sugar Bowl. Paiamas, caps and nigh+shir+s enliven 'rhe Phi Delfs' "nigh+ before Christmas" party. MEMBERS NOT PICTURED AIIAMSON, -I. ALLISON, B. BAUKNIGII'I', C. BIQILIQHAM, B. B0GLIa, B. BOSwI2I.L, B. CARNHY, D. CIIMIIILHSS, H. COOPIZR, j. COIIISIJINII, M. CRONK, j. EIIGIE, N. ELLIS, H. l2VlERI'l'l', H. IYIIIEIEMAN, B. GIRIII.IsR, D. GUIiS'I', H. HAYS, A. JOHNSON, B. KIQEIALIE, G. LOMASON, H. MCAIMMS, M. MILGIIIQ, G. MIa'rc3AI,If, B. hlYRlCK, R. POWIQLL, C. RO'I'I2NIIIsRIzY, P. SIII2RI.OcLK, G. SIMMIzRvII.I.I2, L SMITH, D. 5'I'IavI2NSON, j, 5wILLm', B. VICKIQRS, P. XVHITE, B. XVILLIAMS, B. Herberf Kelly, Lf Lummus McCook iii I ,, ,1- , The Phi Delis gei' sei fo do some hard rocking during an inframural fooiball game wifh 'Phe ATO's ai' Piedmoni' Park H rberh M' K:llY. L-Q-E Lummufl -W Mccookij' ' PHI DELTA THETA AR A LL 0 V orjfia' ,, Q23 ., . Aflll. .J o-.L..4.4.,f ... AI, 1 ,, , f 2' ' 52 4 of P K G g . ff. ,av R j I fr at 7 , a v fi! Rf ,fo 1 , wif' fi n. ' A L. .119 14" mCCU"dY. 0- T. McDaniel, W. B. McDaniel, C. H. McGregor, A. J. McKenzie, J. S. Mitchell, W. T. Moore, D, F, POTKFG. J. D. Morgan, W. E. Mori, J. A, Morrison, J. M. Pafferson, D. F. Paferson, J. R. Pafierson, P. R Se? E- M- W- Price, P. T. Robbins, A. H. Rowland, H. s. soooko, R. w. snvoy, J. v. Sims, w. R, 'mf - J- E- Smyth, E. Solomon, s. M. Thiqpen, H. I. Turner, R. D. wooon, R. L. wolf, H. c. I' Z3 S f ' ff'-' in mise 51:2 if -A ' :1 .-'sa 'lil' WEL. f -1 ' ' ill ':, gi 1 l 5-X135 hi. ix gb. E The +rue spiri+ of Chris+mas is exhibl+eci 61' ihe Phi DeH'a Thefa Orphans' parfy. "0" 'U' 1 193 X727 BOB JESSUP, President MEMBERS NOT PICTURED EPs'1'li1N, G. R. Mm'1sRsxx', M. L. hllLLI2R, B. W. JMORRELL, H. P. OFFICERS Bon jussup Prciidcnl ALAN Kuivvizn Vice Preridczzf Roisum' XVELLINS Trca,t11rcr PHILIP KAPLAN Sccrvlary There is nofhing like a mud ba'H'le for some good clean fun ouldoors. PHI EPSILGN PI .11 ?, Abrams, S. H. Amdur, N. O. Clein, R. B. Cohen, A. 'S. Cohen, A.J Cosner, J. L. Engel, R, T. Fennman, H. E. Goldwasser, J. Flank, L. In a very busy year highlighted by all sorts of social, scho- lastic, athletic, and extracurricular activities, the crowning event was the fortieth anniversary dance, where Miss Deedie Levy was crowned Dream Girl of Phi Epsilon Pi. Misses Brenda Hirsch and Nancy Shreder were members of her court .... The Phi Ep's lead a well rounded life with scholarship being stressed above all other activities. Yet with all, many of the brothers are to be found in some of the various campus groups and honoraries, and new pledges are urged to join these worthwhile activities .... Philip Kaplan is in Pi Delta Epsilon and is fea- ture editor of the Engineer, Bob Propp is a member of Tau Beta Pi and Eta Kappa Nu, Alan Klepper is in Scabbard and Blade, and Stan Gumble is president of the Interfraternity Council. in G. Gudelsky, E Kleppery Afc' Pfdqer. B. M Snyder, 5. L.. The +h S M. D e xi I Xl Chapter . A Jessup, R. C. Marcus, H. E. Schusfer, I. N Tucker, B. M. w , . Sheer, M. A. O lp FQ r"' Kaplan, P. A. Nicholson, H. 8. Smifh, K. Wexler, P. L. ill 4 593 F -AA, We Ga m m a Ta U Cha pfef "Vo, NK ,- , ...Ml V T X A, , .f. , . 111. 51 K. . V ,f A , gg, If , , , QI., M , :J5,.V,.-, ' A l ' l 1 f t , J. A .gg QA l .l . ' f 'V'f:fQ'3 ' ' A ff . lla, Q V f ! l A M" I V f X Av i:f,f5.if.,Ve3f '. . '1- -. V' 'T 1 Q I 'W . . V xv A ll A ' I , 'M V--5 I 1557 ' V ' -fy ' " 1- 4-' ' I 'V , k X QL- .. . -L-9' . "V" M-s...,l I , 1 ,, 4 Q . g I 1- .. J X M -V . L , . V. ,I . I -if . ,gg l' ,"VW' . swf , - "p' ff 'I P -' lg lil " . l f ., V' J' 'P f ' 54 ' 'lg .. V .. - V ei... V V. . fffff ff' . . , : V" ' I-59? 2515 1 -. . .- , 1 Z . .VL 4 - 1' A' Famfrl. V y K' A dv. ,A I I. n as , A I V VV , V . .f 'f" ' " Ai' ..- ' ,7z.Qi.l:,q.g,,g, 3 l' Q .11 Q," fjQ5.iZV:f2:giQfliFf 1- ' l '- 6Vl'f"L:V '- ' . - V-N ' ' .P f . - ,, ffm, , ,VV ,,wf.ffV 53 . fi J ' N. 1 1 'i iii? q 5: '-11.21 WEL - , 7 5' .4 I ,V f. b -V ,gf . M. ff- 'if-f. 1, 1?A?E.,.h I- , . V 1 V gi, A .T.fS-'i7..f42'1?fl q'f'!'t'onT l- 5 ,. ,. A xl, 'tv-vw fe ,i'tffi?:'SY.', B k B H - VM- UA V.. 1-1... . J- - - ' Alderman. J. B, Ci1er:1.pi6n .D Brown J. l. 5 - ' . - ' ' ' Connelly R. "Genius al' worlc": Pln Gams beqln lhelr wreck. Chaney. J. H. - 4 y, wg:- . -. - -.1-. ix 'E 5 . -Q. L 1 N.. ,f.:..A -'Q pq- .qc Boor, S. B. Champion, Cooper, J. A crew of loyal ancl hard worlcing asslslanls, perl' of ll1e lvlol'l1er's Club, please l'l1eir sons by posing for a plCl'l-'fe' 196 Cromwell, J Elclerd, R. ll Head, C. M W are plc for lig wa wa ba. hil W on the mul in A DELTA ik' CHARLES HEDGES, Presidenf OFFICERS CHARLES HEDGES Prefidenr PETE DENBY Secretary BILL WINN Treamrer B 5 B C c'I,aQ,,p,,,,,Lr E,Q'Q:Q'e',l 145 Delaney D L Danby D B Dewhurst J w Cooper JR Head C M Genf"Y J E Gofhard G L Hashngs G D Head P S Hedges C S Holey J G a PM ure' With Charles Hedges in the driver's seat, the Fiji Crew started off the year in fine fashion with a great pledge class .... The fall quarter saw a Christmas party for deserving Atlanta orphans .... In the spring the spot- light fell on the spring formal where the new Fiji queen was crowned .... Also in the realm of the social whirl Was the annual Fiji Island party and pig dinner-a real ball .... Seen doing quite a bit of Q'wheeling" about the hill were Bill Long and Dee Walters in I.F.C .... Dee Walters was circulation manager for the Technique. . . . Bill Winn was chosen to Koseme Society and was On the swimming team .... With a great year behind them and with plans for a new house, the North Ave- nue boys are looking forward to bigger and better things in the future. 19 7 PIN AW al, gr it H M "Here's pie in your eye." AI Lee is on fhe receiving end of fhe dirl'y work boughf by Russ Morse's dollar. S I Myers, T. J. Turner, H. R. Walters, L. D L Q :Ps l 4,-4 Q Aiggs . k g '- N ' :::::::iPf :semi F .5"9WN:""'K 34 'wx "HI x S 4 . , gif .. ,X A fin fumb PHI GAMMA DELTA Myers, T. J. Nicander, M. T. Towns, D. L. Jones, L. M. Turner. H. R. Wade, R. M. Walker, J. H. Marlin, A. L W6lleI'S. L. D. Whife, W. B, Winn, W. H. Mooney. W- E' 7 4 Pele Denby and crew ponder over lhe wheel which will mo'l'iva're l'he unique Phi Gam Homecoming display. X f- N E12-R - 5 f-,Lg::::::Ei NTT --4 xii 1 ' 'T' .... D.-- - L. , 52551525 A -N A if : If-1552's .-.Wwos 2 Q . W ."" '- 'T :':::i8Q:W'e1v1 x5"03"'?E"lll .iv A , 5::'l"'i- .zz 5 'Q2 . !'v rf ff,-'Y A327-A -- - . , Q -4' do-1 ,. -::- ei - 4 --" 1,7 iff,-6.2! " f"" 5'4 N-ff A finished producl, 'rhe Phi Gam reCli rumbles along on ils 'rrip pasl' l'he iuClg6S- it ,f,V. JA., ,IL will-f I , Mlm,- -X. bw., .I-, Tl .4 , 11 Q'- f,-f 1 F , -- Q1 'ju M "S -. NA LY. , . 5 . xii? T' ,Q ' 6... 'ff if' xi P-T x bw 4 QV 1 l l 1 l i 1 ,.Hi,,i N DICK KARR, Presidenf OFFICERS Dlczx KARR Prafizfezzt M ING CHEW l!fL'C-P!'C.fflfEl1l PHILIP l:RIESHWA'I'ER Sc'tre1arj' L it-- I ' 76 l A loyal. happy crew gathers ai fhe Paradise Room. l i PHI KAPPA odge W D Haf'50l1 B k th P B Ch w, J. M. Coan, R. J. D. i . - - .H D g B D Eattbn, C. F. Edwards, T. L. EISIHQIBF. J- L- much. R r enkofter, D. Freshwafer, P. Galloway, D. F. Gandaa. A. A. 'qofe-J , . . Founded at the University of Pennsylvania in 1850, Phi Kappa Sigma has expanded until there are now forty-six chapters located at leading educational institutions in the United States and Canada. Alpha Nu Chapter of Phi Kappa Sigma was founded at Georgia Tech on january 15, 1904, the seventh fra- ternity to be organized on the campus .... Among the memorable events of 1.955-'56 were the forming of the Atlanta Alumni Chapter in December and the big Black and Gold Formal, which was the high- light of the social year .... The Phi Kaps have had their share of representation in campus activities, as well as placing third in the school volley ball tourna- ment and second in their bowling league. 200 The W' olviolgaergal W. 'Y' .Alpha Nu Chapter Hgrrison, F. H. Hayes, J. M. Himes, F. E. l'l,""Cl1. R. R. Jones, F. L. Karr, R. P. Kilgore, J. H. Klelzien, 'S. D. L'Hommedieu, F. J. I-NVD This cule rush girl imilales 'rhe Barefool' Conlessa Tl1e.winner ralces in lhe loo'l' while his obviously gloaling pals iusl s'lare. X PHI KAPPA SIGMA 'la 3 i . 1 n n Y 4, :FU , , , to P - - L cl ' , l.. T. W , H. S. M ll, J. C. , George Brannon shows good form in a bowling malch. Mug1liifn,R,C, lQl1f,llehn?rlfrJ, Paiax:eE. H. 4 Pefers, J. E, Prall, F. W. Seaborn, E. O. 1 3.-..f..,. -fr 1. . . XJ ,W A membe 5 gg. . 2 - in if if r of 'rhe combo really gives ou+" will-1 his sax al' a Phi Kap rush parly, while a dancer lel's her 'rhoughls wander. 202 Sheldon, R. Tolson, T. V, Wells, W, K Alpha Nu Chapter Sheldon, R. A. Smilh, Z. A. Sluckey, C. W. Swavely, C. E. Tolson, T. V. Toney, P. A. Trobaugh, J. L. Ullenberq, R. T. Wells, W. K. While, L. W. Wilburn, J. T. Williams, W. D. MEMBERS NOT PICTU RED L. G. BRANNON, C. P. DICARLO R. F. EDWARDS J. A. IVIANN H. J. MARTIN M. L. MCKEE W. R. SKINNER B. VASILAKOS J. L. WOMACK --: . V NS -4 - f-f 2 g Q lwl a 5 'fl' he fi ff -an . -free as -E Q , - -1 -. ,,f- .-f ...1. - 3, ,. 'Z 1, sf-f :.,,. ' N fe.:-K -i I f - - . A' . -' ll-: ,,,,rfj4 I . , x, . A f, 1 A Phi Kappa Sigma u'l'ilizes 'rhe symbol of an engineering school, lhe slide rule. 203 ni. L , a, -- 570 ,vi J l l ll. Alpha Rho Cl'13Ple" ua l l . r l 1 . mx F fl A41 L 1 .5 1 .f l . J. ga wi 5 rv l. fiffr 1 C' F' goroml W, R, Brovfn, L. A. ?f,,'3il'1, p, manner, P. A. Durlinq, R. s. Hunder, R. L. Judd, D. K. Keenan, J. P. May. R, M, McConnell, J. D. MCMIHSU. 1- l , i . 1 l ii 5 I . N f 7 f lx Q f e lf. I I X .,' .fi , -'Q' M if x l X x f' 1 ll L- 5 ,!,, ,f ? . l' Y.. yum , - 3 -0 2 2 K. 5 , ,i 33' , Z V' K f ' Q .-'fs l 1 l . 5 , A . . "' ty . ..e.v,,,A,. A, , N :Aw ,liflllflli x f,,Qfffg4,, 4- 13 3-5 .:,. I 'X , 5 ' Q wha ' , K. - . " l ' I 0 1' I Camp, J. S. Chrisfensen, R. L. CEll61fl1.LJ-B7 g3':nl?f,fBnMh.Sk. E!5?.?aH'D. E?lK!i,vE.i1 Mills. C. b. Mpmek' Vg- L- Muenchl. C. A. MufPhY. C- A- NOFFIS. T. P. O wares, . " X-'ff " ' Ki a X 7 KK V-.XV 1 gan ,X 7 f- ff ig kg f ,fe f" 7'fi1?i":5 ' :ff V 1 .1 ,ff ff :1 az- r, fra-1 ,fi - if . 13 ' .. J-he . a ag :-sf if -.1 lf ' al -i lig?f'flfi'a-i fliil l. , f ifi"2!ff5'f'!-J 5 JL - J Y g T' f --' 'i 'J Here is an example of 'l'he good nafured ribbing received by Phi Kappa Tau memberS- 204 X Orr. J. JN. Simmons, O. N Tiplon, J, A, Williams, W. The 192' Tau Sociz very 3-HIII Swec all - Wil Dor we IS 3 We 1 I KA P PA TA u Of J N Parker H w R e R E Rozelle G D sehu R E L O R R .?:rT::nj 2 W Springer D H Sfover J D Teague W T Thorriiacbrough D L Wlfulam W M Wav D L We Is R A weseon L D wesfeffield R O es C, 5 W IS W V Worrill J R Young M E Youngblood J S lf' :QL 'T FW ... K ' illlli i lil if L H ' s 4 ' ' E The Alpha Rho edition of Phi Kappa Tau went to press in 1929, and its popularity at Tech is still growing. Phi Kappa Tau seems headed for a spot On the national best seller list Of social fraternities .... Chapter One of Alpha Rho tells of some very successful house dances and parties, capped Off by the annual Formal in December, with Linda Barnes being chosen sweetheart. Later pages tell of great activity and industry by all the members .... The index lists Don Nordal, Wendell Williams, and Paul Danner in Pi Tau Sigma, Pere Keenan and Don Norclal in Birrarean Society with the SOciety's president Wendell Williams, also a member Of Tau Beta Pi. Dave Way is an active worker On the Student Council. In the glossary we read that Phi Kappa Tau is a promising bunch in any book. 205 'T' Q PETE KEENAN, Presldenl' OFFICERS PETE KEENA N Preririem TROY NORRIS Vice President JERRY CLARK Secretary BILL TEAGUE Treamrcr MEMBERS NOT PICTU RED GUEST, J. NIERRELL, M. ROZELLE, J. SHAMP, J. G. YOUNG, J. T. A Phi Kappa Tau aclive and his very preH'y pe+i1e daie lalce 'lime our a+ a French party Y"l 1, Kappa Deuleron Chapter l QM - L , .-1 ,l,,, ,f a,,. .. Qf,. , -Lixlgll ,wwf f,,, ff.. , . f 'Y l., ll's always fair wealher when good 'Fellows gel' logelher. M l , '33 .qs MMV, 1' ' fl '- 1 il 'C Adams, R. B. Ammons, R. B. Becker, W. F. Benkovich, J. A. Bradner, H. G. Caldwell, J. F. Chriss, D. E. Collle, D. L. o'C ,l1gl, 'ul 4'S','1 I 114: Y " f b-ri 5 ,K vu . +. ,. ' R - -- fl fi . .X Beaudrol, T. P. Banchelfi, J. J. Blemker, R. Boolh, B. L. Chandler, R. L. Carron, E. L. Cox, W. R. Dallas, E. J. OFFICERS DON Corrus Pferident MIKE T IERNEY Vice President JIM MooRE Secretary ED KOCHER Trearurer Phi Sigs and San'l'a en'l'erl'ain kld5- f 25 ' 2, l . '. i ig, QQK ,Au .gv fsw ' 'X . 5 'E , . is f X X Ag I 3 . Evans, L- P- Fuqua, Q. G. Estab chapte now 0 The sc eventl light C first pQ and I. among activiti -of, T. P- B. L. Ier, R. l-- , E. J. B 'LE Z QEY lent RE I IER 1' -'fain kids u ua, WF" .I A A P P A Established at Georgia Tech in 1923, Kappa Deuteron chapter of Phi Sigma Kappa has continued to grow until it is now one of the most prominent fraternities on the campus .... The social year was filled with house dances and parties, the big event being the Founder's Day Formal at which the new Moon- light Girl was named .... In the past year Kappa Deuteron took first places in the "Old News Boys Drive" for cerebral palsy and I.F.C. sing. The Phi Sigs have also consistently finished among the leaders in intramural sports and other campus activities. Nu N I My l lilly 12' 4 ml rxmm' ' . DON COTTLE, Presidenl s. Evans, L, P. Fisher, G. F. Flelcher, C. A. Fonlana, C. E. Funk, B, H, F q Q. G. Gibson, T. F. Gibson, T. N. Gilbreafh, E. W. Gilliam, W R XPP in-.x.""' The Phi Sig Chapler Adviser, George Calverl, speaks Phi Sigma Kappas begin work on 'lheir dis- play as deadline time slowly approaches. QUT Kappa Deuteron Chapter -. . A J 1 f ' "' ll: 'ml 'S x f 2 f F - .ggg gm :Sill ' s:::m 'xg L ff D E -2?12f - X X l i 2 2 f ,514 -,g.5:.-7k,sE"f- Y 'Q ' e QV' ' ' f,7' gFLifiji5,j:.z:. L 4 MEMBERS NOT PICTURED J. L. CARROLL S. PERRY D. S. CHERPAK G. D. PHILLIPS L E J. L. DASCANIO R. C. PRovosT 4 J. L. DAVIS B. J. M. RUIZ l R. M. EDELMAN D J. RYAN J. L. GULSBY H A. SACK 1 R. G. I-IATCHER D. E. SAIRE R. F. HENREL J. W. SILBERT J. M. HORNE F. O. WAIAILSTROM W. A. KELLY G. R. WILMOT 2 . - .1 .sf 'Jr' ,,,, 'Q 3 4 Yizizlgq-.1 x Girard, E. H. Goad, F. A. Gorman, J. D. Hamon, B. L. Higginbofham, J. D. Howell, K. F. Hughes, T. J. Hughey, D. R. Hulfenmeyer, L. C. Kapp, W. K. Kelly, B. R. Kocher, E. C. Chapler Presidenl' Donald L. CoH'le, who led a successful Guys and gals, guesls of Phi Sigma Kappa fralernily. year for Plu Sigma Kappa, speaks al' a fra'rerni+y banquel. enjoy dancing and fellowship al a Rush Week parly. R R i i Q .. .i ,I fl .ll gi vi l 4--fl fi 19 Li d , E, Nilchzy, H. Seich, J, R, Thurman, H Q qual"l'1 GPPG st ' PHI SIGMA KAPPA I ! 1 IJ, D. Hf'd5aY. E. D. Lueders, R. J. Mayo, N. H. McDonald, W. D. Mercer, M. C. Morre, J. T. Nesbif, M. H. K, F. N'ph0I. H- G- Ohrfman, D. A. Posfon, C. A. Rinell, J. E. Roberts, R. R. Robinson, R. G. Rollins, G. R. wygr, L. C. Se'Ch. J. R. Service, J. H. Shipman, T. L, Spence, H. L. Sfallings, J. R. Sfarreff, R. B. Sfephens, R. A E, c, Thurman. H. T. Tierney, M. w. Turner, M. A. Welker, J. R. Wells, L. T. wndef, w. B. winger., H. K. 'nii'YT al' 'ry. J A quar+e+ of Phi Sigma Kappa sfeals The spo'l'ligh+. """'N KAPPA ALPHA FRANK MARTIN President Bgg CW 6 k CbbTH Y P dW The outstanding event of the year for the Pikes was the an nual Black and White Dance where the Dream Cvirl of Alpha Delta chapter was crowned The Fall was highlighted by some very successful rushing and a unique possum hunt Bring ing glory to the name of Alpha Delta were first place winners jack McFarland in the cross country meet and Albert Gandy in the U.M.O.C. contest .... Some of the notables included Circle K Club president Robert Smith' Charles Beggerow Keramof' Van Hudson Phi Eta Sigma' Albert Gandy Alpha Pi Mu. Fred Osborne was Sophomore class president and Bill Howle was on the Student Council .... Jesse Howell was man- aver and coach of the frosh cross country team, with Oscar Zeller holding a spot on the crew of the varsity .... The Pikes could be well satisfied if every year could be as successful as 1955-56. Q65 ,Q Jubilani expressions and firm handshaltes of congratu- 3 la+ions poriray ihe +'ue spirii' fell' on Pledge Sunday. I 5 l 5 1 Q The Pikes had lheir share of hay rides f formals, and assoried cos+ume pal-1-ies, y 210 Dykstra, W, F, Holcomb, J, R Hunfer. T. C. Lewis. E. L. ck, R. C. rico, J. 1e an- Xlpha some Ming- nners Randy Iuded erow, Xlpha :I. Bill man- Oscar Pikes ful as AIpI1agDeIIa Chapter QQ 57 Q m s ',2,YIf+fa. W. F. eenqy, A. F. Greene, R. w. Hembien, R. Herfen, w. H. H0 Comb. J- R- Holding, W. I. Hollingsworih, W. F. Howard, J. L. Howell, J. S. Lunfef- T- C- Jackson, K. M. Jennings, W. M. Johnson, E. H. Kauffman, F. F. EWIS, E. L. Lindsay, J. C. MacDonald, R. N. Marfin, F. P. Maison, W. R. OFFICERS FRANK MARTIN Prefident ALBERT F. GANDY Vice Preficievzzf KENNETH VICKERY Treafznfer CECIL HUDSON, JR. Secretary A heariy crew in bedraggled aHire pose soberly a+ a PiKA cos'rume pariy. Harris, C. T. Hemphill, J. C. Howie, W. H. Hudson, C. I. Laney, P. E. Lanier, J. N. McFarland, J. C. Michael, J. B. . . T4 fp,j1,9:g'7g1g..4,1.a.m 5u'1'1'Nwf1,.?72 ,"Y'? 'I " '- ifpfz 1 """WN - 5 PI KAPPA ALPHA ff. x X The Ugliesf Man displays his winning 'Form in helping Pi Kappa Alpha fake The covefecl UMOC +rophy. Miller, M. A. Moore, W. T. O'NeaI, E. A. Osborne, F. J. Passmore, H. Pike, R. W. Pike, R. D. Pruiff, F. S. Sapp, J. C. Schaff, M, C. Smifh, M. R. Space, C. C. The engineering wizardy in 'lhis variega+ed wreck has obli'rera+ecl iclenfificaiion of i'ls make, buf i'l' does work. 212 Spivey, D. Thompson, Wifi, A. J 5 4 ,X Alpha Delia Chapter - l 9f'1e.,F- J' SPTVEY. D. W. Sfewarf, W. J. Swany, G. R. Sweef, C. T. Thomas, D. -1' F' S' ThPmP50l1. R- Trenf, E. B. Vickery, W. K. Vrooman, P. E. Warren, J. P. -ev C- C- WIN. A. J. Woodham, E. J. Woodward, D. L, Wundram, E. C. Zeller, O. lc. V -Q. , ff 5 SYN ii. ---l ig. EE: qfnfl 'l ,3 " I ln. kj: EQ.z1Eb4 'p q Q -331 I - I - -, qjjfjr- . l-jf. The Pikes pui' on a blackface ski+ 'for 'The en+er+ainmen+ of The rushees in +he fall MEMBERS NOT PICTURED ALEXANDER, J. A. BACHELDER, C. P. BRADBURNE, J. C. CHILDS, J. W. CROWNOVER, R. M. DAUGHERTY, R. L. DAVIS, N. P. DELAFOSSEE, R. E. GARRISON, P. J. GODFREY, S. GRIZZELL, N. E. HARRIS, D. A. HENDRY, A. W. HILL, K. W. HOOVER, R. D. HOWARD, N. HUNNICUT, G. H. JAMES, C. M. KING, E. KING, J. B. KRAFT, J. H. LANE, J. D. NIALOOF, N. L. NIA'I'I'HEWS, W. C. NICWATERS, J. R. PILKINGTON, G. B. RALSTON, F. E. SALTER, E. T. SALTER, R. E. SMITH, R. P. SMITH, R. W. THOMPSON, W. W. TUCKER, H. L. WHEELER, W. WOODBERY, J. P. ZELLNER, T. D. 1 5 fri ... 'T O ff' o , 'QL A . 5 .I 'Rafi io' 'Q FFICERS RONALD LANZILOTTA P retident JOHN TERAMO S ROB ecrclnry ERT CARRI T'f6dII1f6f MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Br2NN12'1'r, If. P. CAFA SSO, A. Comms, M. EATON, HARR ISON, P. IIWIN, J. RIURR AY, j. Pfx'1'1'oN, R. RANGISL, R. R13 PA ,E. -mi? Iota Chapter X Bittle R. Burbank W. Butler, A. Carri, R. Cassetti, M. Chevalier, S. D'Alessio, A, Deats, P. Dewhurst, W. Fourgurean. M- GUQQIOI. A- Hoover, D. Howell, G. W. Jenkins, R. Lan1Il0ff6. R- Lowndes, T. McNair, D. Newberry, J. Nocella, J. Pefefi. 5- E . E 1 i R R ffe 'E 'S l I ,lj f E 5+ 4 1 - . fi, kk I-. I-1 22322123 ' , R . t l-E is .-.2 ' H Il. ff ' 1 25:5 X 4 '. 'E 45-1 5 ri .f . . . ei . E E..-5 -. :F I wg - V 5 t i . til 'l,,,,49,1. a' al1 E!' i ?lE:f li'-ft ' ' 5 E M' E if ' ' ' gym? : 1:51, Ai 1: --.xr A j '?f f. 1 9 - -1- 1. X-5,0 MW. l 5 4 A q 1. rv' .4 R fr W W 1' V .4 5 . ,If 6. ,hs i Everyone is in great style tor a roaring twenties party at the Pi Kappa Phi house. Rhodes, F. Smith, L. Iota from ancit rradi in I ters, Pi K first regu Epsi mad hou: pled cons aff Casseifi, abs. Ml Fourqure - Lanzilofii. R- Peiers, B- lriflg ,use- MtKAPPAPHI , U f. , s , I f i 5 t I If RONALD LANZILOTTA, Presideni Rhodes, F. Rudder, C. Safford, J. Seay, M. Siggelkow, R, Smifh, L. Tasber, J. Teramo, J. Tierney, J. VanDerHorn, R. Iota Chapter of Pi Kappa Phi, which dates its existence from 1913, has always participated in all school activities, bal- ancing scholastic with social interest .... Among the social events traditional with the Pi Kap's are the Founderis Day Celebration in Decembeijattended by members of all three Atlanta chap- ters, and the annual Spring Rose Ball, at which the "Rose of Pi Kappa Phi" is presented .... This year Bob Dewhurst took first place in the Freshman Cake Race, and Bob Patton was a regular in varsity baseball. john Teramo is secretary of Chi Epsilon, Hugo Peters is in Delta Kappa Phi, and Pete Harrison made Phi Eta Sigma .... With the goal of a new fraternity house in the near future and with a commendable 1955-'56 pledge class, Iota of Pi Kappa Phi continues its steady, but conservative growth. IV gi ,-1 his X lniense concenirafion is visible in a Pi Kap pariy game The bariender is beating a celebran'r's 'rime a+ a bar fhal' lends aimosphere io a pariy. Zlzd BILL DUNLAP, Presidenf 'i'f 'Asif This candid photo shows a varieiy of inieresf con- cerning fhe subiecf of romance a+ an outdoor parfy. A sedafe trio of southern gentlemen a+ leisure sii conversing under their banner. SIGMA ALPHA EPSIL r 4 . - - Q . Sigma Alpha Epsilon, the nation's largest social fraternity, in l956 celebrated the Centennial of its founding, and Georgia Phi Chapter noted sixty-six years at Tech .... Under the capa- ble leadership of president Bill Dunlap, the men of Georgia Phi got a fine start this year with some very successful rushing. In the intramural competition they early copped the volley- ball title and a close second in swimming .... Seen carrying the purple and gold about the hill were George Harris, Student Council president and ODKg Bill Dunlap, ANAK, Benny Rouse, Bulldog Club prexyg john Rouark, joe Walker, Kell Williams, and john Pringle all made Tau Beta Pi and Phi Kappa Phi .... Varsity men were Bill Fulcher, football, Earle Bortell, tennis, and Ed Green, Dick Gillem, and Ted Cook made track .... The social season was highlighted with the pinning of Georgia Phi's first sweetheart, Miss Kay Branch of Atlanta, at the Violet Ball held in November. i ff lt r 2 I QF f vi' 15 2 i g 1 ff V l EP5 ira?:,Qs'f 1: A 1. ' S?'i'ffi?- f 4 1511 r u 1 SI ? Tfi z , i X X , r X FS: N F aids Q l . .Q fay., 1 l Y ' ' "NY N, 312 ' X ,,:.3,i A fr Beadles, C, V, Brown, W, H, lternity, Georgia re capa- Seorgia rushing. volley- arrying Student Benny r, Kell nd Phi 5 Earle l Cook ith the nch Of If ! ,M 1 rw, I l . 1 ,l r X is f l R ,rw NW y l ' X 2 ON Georgia Phi Chapter Bynum, J. Davison, J. Fleming, S, Green, E. Clark, O. Clarke, J. R. Cook, J. C. Cook, T. Dilfs, J. Dorn, P. Dunlap, J. Dyke, J. Fugili, B. Fulcher, S. Garrell, J. M. Gillem, D. Greer, L. Griffin, S. Hamillon, C. Hardy, H. wat Q ,- 1. r, 3 fl' z , ,-., 4 ' 3 ,V 'i p l, A Qi ti v A' V, at ,Q V. we '- 3 . ,. fig- ' ' 1,512 J l ' f ., 1 Y U J ' QJZQCL5-ni K ,.,, n f I -,Q A Qi- V 1.5. irrfiil D li In 1 X:. , , LJ- R 1 V A I I Oval an N rvvv L W , rw L ' . . if .5 ' R. ' f .X 3 Q v . - 2 3 ..., 52:52, i , l i f ,ka f z . N r 4. Cox, J. N. Creson, R. Davenporl, T. Davis, M. A. Eden, R. Ellis, P. English, B. Evans, C. Glenn, J. Goldsmith, J. Graham, D. Graham, D. Harrell, O. Harris, B. Harris, B. Hawkinson, T. OFFICERS BILL DUNLAP Prerident KELL WILLIAMS Vice Prericient GEORGE HARRIS Secretary JOHN ROURK Trrearmer A duke's mixlure replaces l'he radialor of SAE's unique prone sleering wreck. l ,jf l O SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON f""tA 2 ,Z 1-if 4' Q f xx s f' -I 2-'E 1, ,f 2 12.2145 I SK .emi '- - Ia.: 7 If . III MI Af f . I Gif ."fSfE:4 ?5? gi . -.- af, .-- MEMBERS NOT PICTU RED ALLEN, J. B. MARKLEY, J. R. BELLINGRATH, B. NTATOS, P. BRANNAN, T. MEHAFFEY, M, BURNETFE, D- PARKER, A. N. CARMICHAEL, R. L. PARRAMORE, COXEIW- PERKINS J. 153513532 Eg I FULCHER, B. ggglss' I-IENDON, C. I ' HENDON, F. SHAVEI T' HERBERT, C SIMONSI L- HULL, B. SINGLETON, T. JENKINS, H. N. TAYLOR, C- J- IIQNES, E, S, VENTULETT, T. KEITH, J. WOLFE, T. LIIIE, B. WRIGHT, T. L. W L mural depiding a 1' ' I ' F Hu ' ypxca vnew o e fans durmg 6 Tech foo+ball game IS par+ of -Ihe SAE homecommg degoral Gevrgia Phi Chapter lllges, A. McCrary, B. McGaughey, W. Merry, K. Moser, B. Mullin, A. S. Newlon, H. Oldham, J. H. Phillips, D. Ralher, D. Johnson, G- Rlch, R. L. Ripley, T. Roberls, T. M. Rourk, J. Scoll, C. Slaughler, S. Smith, W. E. Smith, T. G. Stanley, M. Lindsey, L. Slewifl. J. Slockman, H. Taylor, R, J. Terrell, C. Thomason, J. Thompson, B. Tomlinson, E. Tye, L. Wainer, D. Markwaller, E. Walker, J. 'S. Wannamaker, T. M. Wesf, A. While, C. While, S. Wiggin, C. Williams, K. Williams, P. Worm, J. E 2 -ikfz. 1 i' fl? 1 if E A f i g ge H H D fa 'rio ns' 'D The card players will have a hard lime winning al an SAE gambllrlg parly because l'he dealer looks like a real Shark- 2 'Ole' l-lambone goes inlo aclion in quanlily if noi qualily al' lhe Frifz Ore fall quarler rush parly. 1 l I I rl li I 1 'mi II I l I ! A I i I 1 l l , i I H. . , li I li K I I I' f if I a l l l V' Au i. I 3 I La l 1. l l f .I ,. ,i I ll 3 l I ii .i l .M V. I li. I JEL ll! g i Beta Psi Chapter l... 1 I :W Adams, W. Anderson, D. Armstrong, D. Austin, R. Bailey, W. Baldwin, D. Barnhardt, R. Barnhardt, J. Barron, C. Bartlett, H. Bates, H. Beall, L. Bergert, F. Bland, W. Boggs, B. Bower, J. Bransford, T. Brim, J. Brim, T. Brinkley, R. Brookes, D. Brown, B. Brown, D. Browne, R. Burroughs, F. Cartledge, N. Chandler, D. Collier, R. Cook, B. Cowan, E. Cremeans, C. Davis, T. Day, T. Dryden, A. Dubard, J. Ecker, A. V A- '--.-.3 , ':...,.. .3-,,.M..7. Ye .- -.W . --Z,--""""++. 4 3 ' .V ' 4-"""' A' OFFICERS BEAMON MARTIN Preficlefzt SAMMY VAN LEER Vice President JACK WRIGHT Secretary BILL LIVINGSTON Treasurer' h Reck Parade X Es NX C7219 ,mise my I K RW M Q . . 72.75 X rs f 'R i ,l J ,' 3 1 , Edwards, J- Garnblin, C. Herz were: bowli taken a res. seen ANA Woor vice-I Clubg and Flow. housc also 1 event house pinni year, one c are captured by Sigma Chi s W Top honors in te I reck' ', , Y ' .Ii 7 ' 02752526 Barron, C, Brim, J. Chandler, D. Ecker, A. ilCERS .J MARTIN riden! VAN LEFR 'reririent WRIGHT remry VINGSTON zmref lc Parade 5C:hi's wreck .pafmmf f' ,cf , f f f, . ,, f , , f.f Zag f , , . , , ,f ,4 w gfgfj- ff , ,W ,, 'Uv , ,, ,, f ' f ,f G , f r f BEAMON MARTIN, Presidenl Edwards, J. Flowers, S. Fo-si , D. F , I. F k P. ' eambnn, c. eann, R. endif, T. eerily, E. dairies, G. gf,2':Qii' pi' Heralding a banner year in campus activities, the Sigs were first in the Cake Race and cross-country meet, second in bowling, and retirement of the 'Reck Parade trophy. Also taken Were league seconds in football and basketball and a respectable third in scholarships .... Campus wheels. seen wearing the White Cross include Cracker Barron, ANAKQ Sammy Van Leer, ANAK, Student Council veepg Woody Bartlett, O.D.K. president, Blue Print editor, ANAK vice-president, Slater Marshall, president Ramblin' iReck Clubg Dick Lenholt was a standout in varsity basketball and in football were Allen Ecker, Frank Christy, Stan Flowers, Ken Thrash, Carl Vereen .... Congratulations to house mother Mrs. Carrie Hoffman for a job well doneg also to the mothers' club for all their fine help .... Social events included a house party and numerous outings and house dances, all highlighted by the Sweetheart Ball and pinning of the Sweetheart, Miss Nancy Holland .... This year, as ever, Sigma Chi continues its fine record of being one of the outstanding fraternities at Tech. ..,.....-f'-" -Mtn r arc The Sig's winning efiforis cop the cross couniry race Three Sigs and their preH'y dares display smiles fhaf ma+ch +he occasion al' 'rheir big fall formal. MEMBERS NOT PICTURED BIECKER, C. CHRISTY, F. COLLIGS, J. COLLINGS, J. Coousv, J. CORDLE, C. GRIFFIN, R. HOWARD, M. INFANTIE, J. JONES, W. JOHNSON, T. I. LEE, R. MEYER, D. PAI'rERsoN, R. Rosu, J. Sl-iU'I'I', j. WRIGHT, J. Bela Psi Clmapler l , J! 41a l J 1551-I I I . , . . ., . Hall, D. Heisel, J. Helsel, R. Heisel, W. Hesfer, J. Highlower, H. l'l.Ill. Egfglelbp- Hunl, J. Hufchison, J. Jimmerson, D. Jones, E. Kelfh, G. Kellgy. D- Klnq' Smith Lamar, R. Lansing, P. Lee, W. Leeper, M. Lenholf, R. Leslle. W' Lewli' 'B hm' 'H Livingslon, W. Lonqino, L. Lupo, E. Lyons, W. Malone, N. Marshall. 5- M.a'l":' yan El' ,' McGuffee, J. McKenzie, J. McTier, R. Moore, J. Morris, S. Munroe. C- Nmllo 5' ' eel' S' 'RN I MMIII! :E 5 QS, 'N' ' Si is Q55 . sr. 1-'EE I .' E53 ' . j-Nlllg ' XX - , f. Q ig . S R-. -lf The lc Swee'rl1ear+. Nancy Holland. and her courl wi'rl'1 +l'Ieir escor+s pose for 'Formal piclures a'r Sigma Cl1i's annual Sweell19a"l' Ball' 6 uni: l 222 Sweelll Hill, G. King. 5- Lewis, T- Marlin. ll- Nichols, A- earl Bal' SIGMA CHI Eggebp' PeflUflS. W. Perrin, V. Perryman, J. Pervis, A. B. Roberls, H. I - Savell W. Sears, P. Sewell, G. Sherwood, R. Sibley, W. -I-easle H Slafford, P. Strickland, W. Summers, C. Sulfon, R. Van LY' ,S Tl'H'6Sl1. K. Tolberl, R. Touchlon, C. Travis, W. Trout, J. eel- - Vereen, C. Weldon, J. Wells, H. While, G. While, J. Smlllli T' Spanol, B. --. Q . XX 1 1 - N f garmin- i -iss I y 5 V N NNNQsC aallll' N X- P Q l T N-1:T31 S553 -l ' 5' Lxff- , 3552! l' -1 3:11a I !1 - Eat- 's - - 3 - .- i -- f - 2 - , - -. T -- - -uil---- - , . ---f -4- yi- ..- - ,.- ,A Q - RTA XT"'x',, 1 - ,Z 5l"" ' " -- '- iafx- X an The ideas of 'lhe Sigs are formulaled and 6 unique homecoming display lakes shape. 223 Rowland, G. Sisfrunk, D. Swanson, C Umslead, T Williams, J . Talley, W. Rushln, R. Smilh, M. Taylor, T. Vanlandinqham, W Wolff, R. of get E1-ii DON WILSON, Presidenl Aikman, C. D, Bishop, E. A, i "' ...E X 7 p f-X - .- fl D' S-'ag - , . , N ,af , 4 T' ., v .,," . The second story, needed fo house members of the ever-growing Fowler S+. frafernify, nears complefion. Sanfa Claus and fhe Sigma Nu'5 eni-erfain grafeful children ai' ihe Chrisfmas pal-+y, SIGMA NU Acuff, R. L. Allen, R. W. Allman, J. L. Baird, L, R, Blondheim, C. A. Bohannon, R. R. Brigham, C. W. Burdison, W. 8. The first chapter of Sigma Nu was founded at the Virginia Military Institute in 1869. Gamma Alpha Chapter was founded at Tech in 1896 and has functioned as an integral part of the school ever since .... A fine rush season got things started this year with four very successful parties .... The volleyball team won their way up to the finals of intramural competition .... The second story addition to the house was finished .... Saint Nick paid an early surprise visit to some Atlanta orphans . The White who were special guests at the Christmas party. . . Rose Formal and the house party were enjoyed by all during the Winter and Spring quarters, respectively, as well as numer- ous other house dances and parties. The Sigma Nu's end an- h b' nd better things other fine year on the campus wit igger a in store for the future. Q-iw! ,W li rm 3. ' M7 , yy 2 Q Burkhalier, I Ellerbee, A, Gfeqq. R. r Hutchison, l Dt W Rt JA 4. , my Baird, L, R, Burdison, W, B, : the Virginia v was founded il part of the gs starred this lleyball team rpetirion .... ed .... Saint aura orphans . The Whin my all during ell as numef' INu's end HH' better things L Gamma Alphachapaer EhLl:1aJle"ASw- Chapin, J. H. Cochran, J. M. Cooper, W. T. Drake, L. N. DuPree, G. C. Edenfield, J. C Gregg - FIQOQ, P. M. Ford, J. L. Ford, J. S. Fqrfson, C. M, Franlrlin, B. E. Gill, N. W, Hufchigon' P- T Griffin, T. A. Harris, R. V. Harrison, M. N. Hlnion, D. E, Howie, W. W. Hughes, F, W, - - - James, P. L. Jervis, J. S. Johannes, R. K. Jones, B. C. Jordan, F. O. LaForge, C, A, vwnrmn i QW i OFFICERS DONALD WILSON P1 emiwzz WILLIAM MEEKER . . . Vace-Paemievaz ROBERT MCCAMMON .... Secremrry JAMES ALTMAN . . . Tfeamrea This smiling crew finds a happy. safe haven al 1'he shipwreck parfy. 1 J 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ,JW . ,1,..L,1....- 11 1 MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Avm31'r, E. H. BERMAN, F. E. BOWERS, W. L. BRADY, C. W. Cruirxn-mm, A. lf. GOLDEN, J. P. Goxua, O. R. GIMNT, K. M. HALL, j. O. HARDEN, W. N. H,x1uz1soN, W. L. HARWOOD, UI. E. Humow, C. C, LCJWRANCIS, L. H. Lowluiv, J. A. BIEAIJOW, T. B. RICHARDSON, A. P. SPIENGLER, T. T. STILL, J. E. SUTHERLAND, C. C. WILKES, G. I-I. XVILLIAMS, R. L. SIGMA NU Latimer, R. T. Lawson, J. P. Long, J. A. Massee, J. S. Mariin, R. M. , McA11ster, R. M. McCammon, H. R. McLemore, H. N. Meeker, W. A. Middlefon, J. H. ' Middleton, W. A. Moore, R. G. MQH, M. R. O'Connor, J. A. Payne, L. S. llsL1 iiii.. 11 ' ? ' - . . , T rees a crowd Thai doesn'r seem +o be qul+e +11e ac+ua1 sl+uahon a+ Huis-here Sigma Nu social gafherung. 226 Peacock, J. Sellars, D. V Wa11e, C. F 1 1 A f 1 1 1 1 1 Gamma Alpha Chapler 5 R .rl , l .. ,ns 4 l . fs ,X A'n W. M. Peacock. J- W- Prlesl, R. E. Redfern, C. W. Rodgers, E. G. Schemmel, L. B. Sealey, J. E. Sealon, W. W. 5ellPl'S. D- W. Sheppard, W. D. Spragins, G. L. Slilh, H. H. Therrell, R, C. Thompson, J. R. Thompson, Welle. C. F. Walker, J. E. Wheeler, S. F. While, R. S. Wilson, D. H. Wurz, J. A. York, G, P. ::- lJf,,., a. f 5.-:1:.2 . -21 -ii 2 : fi sl 1 -11:1 f - ,- .. d- -1 - .---.. 5:-.L-.I i L' ' - Z jir.-. :Eg: ' -5' ' ' 15 , 4-2 :'-- 2 -..Y E ' - -,,.V,, -:- ,,. it , - ' ' fl' . ,. 1 V. A J. X N- ...W-ff... The cannibal king eyes his objecl. - D , . h I+ + U ,Yun Y' -i, ,,,,,qyV ff:-K.. onl' worry honey, e won ea yo . ,. . J. Rxy.. ,,.,7'w.,li li A , JXQ23K'k4igigwlNy54N Q7 gy .f 4 1, X J 2 227 ' 5. . My e A L 4 I ' V..f,U'-L . - . 'Q-159.05 ,Q . . 9. 1: cp E .Q I. .O A A v 1 5 Y . , Q i .' 'ova' fo if!!! The Sig-Ep swimming 'leam begins a celebralion of i+s well earned 'rhird place decision in lhe inlramural mee'l. ss Georgia Alpha Chapter Abel. A. B. Albury, G. M. Allen, W. D. Anderson, W. K. Baader, R. J. Baldwin, J. Blaflner, R. W. Bond, J. E. Boone, B. L. Burrell, F. W. Carmichael, D. B. Cossili, R. E. COWGVC5. C. R. Crabb, M. Croskeys, H. G. Erickson, G. F. OFFICERS PETER T ATRO Prefidevzt BOB GOULD Vice-Prexident FRANK SHARBROUGH Secretary HARRY TAYLOR Tremufer 'rhorough "l'ubbmg" in 'rhe nearesl 6 298 The reward for ge'l"ring pinned Fkf sic Gilberlson, R Haning, R. TI yea ple ani U.l Mi alsi the ma Ta C11 me ho wa SIGMA PHI EPSILON G lb lon, R. G. Giroir, H. J. Gould, R. S. Gufermuih, J. H g R, Harrison, E. E. Harrod, E. E. Hemsley, D. The boys of the Golden Heart got off to a roaring start this year with a complete face-lifting fo the living room. A large pledge class started the ball rolling and from there on the Fifth and Fowler boys took third in Homecoming and third in U.M.O.C., all topped OH by the selection of their nominee, Miss Juanita Andrews, as Homecoming Queen. The Sig-Ep's also took third in campus scholarship and earned a trophy for the job done by them on Old Newsboys Day .... jack Pruitt made Anak and was elected president of Pi Tau Sigma. Pete Tatro was in Koseme Society, and Bill Allen joined the Bulldog Club .... The boys will long remember the houseparty, Christ- mas party, the trip to Tennessee, rush parties, and all the fine house dances and patio dances. Crowning event of the year was the annual Golden Hearts Ball. I cz? PETE TATRO, Presidenl' l n H II J A Hendershof, F. i 1..4....,..,..i ...,.,..-.2-s.r-a--1-J'-" '- H ' The Sweefhearl' models a garter presenled +o her by her Sig-Ep da'I'e al' 1l1e big annual Spring formal Nearly declced oul' in 'l'l1eir coa+s and lies, an ambifious new crew 'laltes over for a new year' jil- MEMBERS NOT PICTURED BIEACHAM, T. C, COLE, C. P. GARVIN, B. HENDRIX, D. KARNES, C. LEPORE, D. LITTLE, R. PEAGLER, J. M. PIERCE, J. C. POWERS, J. REEVES, J. B. REINSCHMIDT, B. SCHEID, C. SHAREROUGH, F. W. SIMONDS, F. M. Georgia Alpha Chapter E Q Hillman, D. Holi, R. G. Huefher, C, W. Ibcrg, G. Karfzmark, R. King, R. M. Kirk, L. Klein, G, Klinedinsf, C. P. Lanier, J. A. Marlin, J. McCaughey, J. W, Mesire, R. W. Mifchell, J. O. Monigomery, J. C. 4: sly, fi lf. i--, may hm .11 EVSVYOUS gels lnlo lhe ad and llllngs Slarl lUmPln9 wi+l1 l'l'Ie "bunnY HOP" al' 'lime annual Sigma Ph' E 'l H Pring formal H i psi on s - 230 'xxx -F 'ai Q ers.- :K l XS X X 5 . Xa Lg SX.. .A J fe-Q Q 1 Moore, G, Ray, D, L. Taylor, E. -XX Will xark, R. , J. A. omery, J. C. I 5 SIGMA PHI EPSILON 1-I 4 I Moore, G. C. Moullow, D. Murphy, J. T. Newson, E. L. Norfon, R. Ray, D, L. Schill, T. Simon, A. Smith, G. C. Sorfon, M. Taylor, E. Taylor, H. A. Thafcher, W. A. Thomas, D. R. Thwailes, J. fff XXL xi R f fliii g. .f N- ill ! 34 f ll' may nol' be a Thunderblrcl, buf never-l'he- less il' is a Ford: lhe Sig-Eps proudly possess il. 231 Nosal, B. Pruill, J, E. Slasfny, T. G. Talro, P. R. Uhler, R. Williams, B ZW .uw l'lfl i s i f gl' v 'll ' g l li C lif .1 W pr. im 1 TAU rPslLoN PHI l Q I- Q ' 5 i f Mm 9- 15 4 'g n no ? ' ,V 1 ' lids L' V, za. y. . s ' .fx ex: fn s 1 1 .. f .gr f i HUGH SHULOCK, Presidenf N Cook D Drourr S Edelman, M. h . . - 1 - Eellgirhbq' geegrrlf M. Greenlinger, M. Hirsch, H. Kaminsky, R. 'Hr rfgxwffyfgvf , -Frfrii ?W':l?lf i A Tift!! 4 ll iff gm ff??,!,i,i l 3 qlgggjllnifa Hg ig pg 3, '-in gtg Q '22 'tiff fUi2.Q: ,srwss2'1:f2?2fl if 1? ram :Eiffel f2"fi?ffkr i as '-1552 a ifsmwieflwf115.51is-i3..wfS,fffnQ i, 1,41 h K ".,4,'y.j'zf Sgrfziu lfgilll . T A :ffl- 4. 1. f 9 ...Y -,, mf. fi , "' -1 A A 2 " 2 L- , 4' 2 ' M i ' ,- 2 E - N 1 , ca ' ' xx' r I A . FX , , K V X y l B A ' A I Y, , Q h , I' l " - Y ' 5 153 ' "' -are fr 4 These dafes show fheir happiness af a formal. i l A+ fhe airporf, a cordial welcome is given l fo an acl'ive's preH'y dafe for Homecoming. i ll S li With Hugh Shulock at the helm and First Mate Herb Paul standing by, the boys of Tau Epsilon Phi set sail for another successful year at Tech .... A joint party with the SPE's in the fall and the Georgia State TBP conclave in the winter both came off in high style. A perennial favorite with all was the Pledge-Brother Brawl and Dance. Highlighting a most suc- cessful spring quarter was the chapter's big Sweetheart Formal, at which Sweetheart Helen Brody was crowned .... Several stag parties stood out among the social events .... Seen around the house are Henry Hirsch, new Hillel Foundation presidentg Hugh Shulock of Phi Psig Herb Paul, Bulldog Clubg and Bernie Kroll, I.F.C. Trial Board .... Again this year the "TEP's are TOPS." - 4 1 , V' 45355 sffiiigligk, A 'L' 'tiny Klein, L, Paul, H, 5Ql1iavone Sllppenl j il bPI1i Chapter A 4 3 '12 r , ' :W . - f' - 'Q' . TS. - . ,.. X X S E -" ,f '1 E 4 X ,' ll 1 S . . ' -.451 E E ii 5 . ,, -.I- A v- -: 1 llll l' E Y E '1 yi iz ? J - li 2 Q V ,f - -d 1 F-H zggfg E::: " f .. F- - ' 3- 1 g , V 2 1 4- -F I -5- L ' . 11 I IS 555' , E 5 . 1 :ff --- '-E E iisl. 1 f-Q".--1.' ' 3 J ' Ed Ima I M. -7-fm f,-Q.4,. . Kaininslcy, R. Q' 'ijfgp 5 L1 MEMBERS NOT PICTURED I' I. BERNS 5 J. BRAVERMAN 1 BROF f J. GREEN 5 -. ,ffvml H. SCHULOK - a B. TANNENBAUM B. THOMAS , ,A .. 1 ' . ' P . ea 1? 1 '-- '- Klein, L. Kravifz, R. Kroll, B. Lamperf, L. Paul, H. Pfeffer, S. Pincus, B. Scherl, M. Schiavone, G. Schoolsky, S. Schwartz, M. Serenco, I. Slippen, S. Tillinqer, A. Weinsiein, B. Welsher, D. OFFICERS HUGH SHULOCK President GENE STOLZ Vice President DICK BROF Secretary SAM SCHOOLSKY Treamrer Lmgermg guesfs gab socuably on +he sldewalk a'F'l'er a successful rush par+y. . X, . Wd ' 1' f , 'r Keg mu KAPPA EPslLoN CARL BLIEM, Presidenl OFFICERS CARI. BLIEM Preiicfezzl FRANK RUST Vice-Prexizfezzl NIACQK F1.oYn S6L'fUl!1!'j' NEAL SUMRM1. Trefzrnrer Allen, J. C. Allen, R. R. Anderson, J. R. Bateman, W. C. Berman, S. E. Brown, R. S. Buck, R. W. Burch, B. Cadle, W. R. Currey, J. H. Dimon, J. T. Edwards, B, D. Elrod, R. W. Fausold, M. Field, 'S. E. Floyd, C. M. Graviano, R. Gray, D. Hall, 6. M. Hill, B. Y. Kendrick, R. Laird, D. F. Lasseller, L. Lewis, J. E. Wi Miff- se 515. A dummy Tech freshman gives a famous Tech yell as a Blue Devil gives a morbid look from a caldron guarded by Yellow .laekel-5, 234 With us only the comparatively short time of seven years, the Tekes have succeeded in making them- selves known on the campus. They are active in all phases of college life and have representatives in nearly all cam- pus organizations and many honoraries .... Carl Bliem is in Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, A.S.M.E.g Richard O'Bryant is in Tau Beta Pi and Eta Kappa Nu, Bob Buck and john Vernon are members of Phi Eta Sigma- . . . Francis Rust is prexy of the Spiked Shoe Club and a regular on the track team, while George Hall liSfS Sigma Delta Psi. TKE plays a strong emphasis O11 scholarship by actives and pledges. . .. . In Intramurals the Tekes took second place in their basketball league' merous house Never inactive socially, the Tekes have nu 1 dances and parties and a Pounderis Day Weekend. C11- max of the social season came with the annual Red Cflf' as crowned nation Formal, where Shelby Rayder W sweetheart. ? X F L Luilich, O'Bryan1 Reed, W Tidwell, f l! ii li XR ! e i l' rf L L' ' 1 i l j Th he DN Brown, R. 5. Edwards, B. D. Gray, D. Lewis, J. E- art time Ol liking thCIU' in all phH5C5 gfly all Cam' Carl Bliem IE4 RlCl'1211'd na Nu, Bob Eta sigma' e Club E Hall l1stS nPl'121Sl5 on league- 1101156 Red Cal' crowned X 19 Ale HQ Bela Pi Chapter Luilich, B. Mangham. A. Maxwell, T. Merrell. W. R. Miller, R. O'Bryanl, R. Olsen, M. C. Penfield, J. Peih, J. E. Pifman, P. P. Reed, W. A. Rogers, W. H. Rusl, F. G. Scarpella. R. Snavely, M. C. Tidwell, B. F. Vernon, J. M. Walson, J. S. Weber, G. Wilkie, C. E. Mitchell, R. Posl, C. Stubbs, J. Williams, H. Murphey, T. Rabern, T. J. Sumrall, N. B. Wills, J. MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Crmooso, A. E. CARDOT, W. GOTSCH, R. BIAYER, J. J. PLAMBECK, K. WILINSKY, E. A. WISE, H. x. ,fx V x 1. X, fiigjj 'Q ii i, ,X I 'i'ii . -lllilil - A' l il V gi' gill, YffgA 1 3153, Q r '- if S i . R all 1 ,ff 'Xl i3rUf.gl1i?i .iX2-' Qlfig fie' hifi H gf 1, if - i Y ffgbe +1 ff 'T' 'gig 44 The Telces prepare lo fire up a wreck which has some of +he lalesl' aulomolive innovafions. l ll il l t li e'!:?A:Lb,1'4- 1 1 Alpha Nu Chapter E 'ia-,-9? l I. l l l JZ r Z I Allen, R. W. Arnelle, A. W. Ashlon, J. Balch, J. M, Bell, R. M. Belolg, R. F. Boswell, M. RC Bowling, H. T. Brenham, C. E. Brilling, K. Brown, W. H. Buchan, C. R. Cashin, J. E. Callaneo. J- - Cheesborouqh, F. W. Coats, B. W. Craddock, G. Crawford, F. W. Crawford, L. Cromer, J. M. Dasher. D- F- R Edwards, R. L. Etheridge, F. Evans, R. E. Fair, R. V. Fincher, J. W. Feunles, R. W. Greenacre. G- ' l l l l l ll ll -'F' l ry il l ll l, .g , . l. l i +2 w ' J' , 1, A' 2 si I l ,Al 4 sf Y' .4 l' -51425 tl., Gunler C Horn, Thetaf In its on rolls, tht an unbrt Georgia of prom activities life .... Sclucatioi ship and moral at school a always f by the C shifts tg ax OFFlCERS BOB PARROTI Prefident TOM RUPLE Vice-President FRANCIS JOYNER Secretary GEORGE MELTON Treamrer Rushees gel warm handshalces from each 1' of ledging' aclive amid l'l1e merrimen P Carnatic 7' J' dfzr'tMZL?i? - 1: fir 'mam wma 422 if j In ll, M. R. sxsneo, 1- C' sher, D- F- eenacre, G- R' Il' -from 9 aah pledging' TI-jIETA cHi Gunter, C, W. Heck, J. Henderson, H. V. Hiddleston, E. W, Holt, R. C. Horn, L. Howard, R. H. James, B. E, Joyner, F. M. Kohlhase, C. E. Theta Chi Fraternity was founded at Norwich University in 1856. In its one hundred years of progress it has added 114 chapters to its rolls, thus entitling it to the oldest and largest social fraternity with an unbroken chapter roll .... Alpha Nu Chapter was chartered at Georgia Tech in 1923. Since its inception it has risen to a position of prominence as a spirited and progressive fraternity in campus activities and boasts many student leaders in all phases of campus life .... Theta Chi encourages a broad and well rounded college education for its members. Under the fraternity's ideals of scholar- ship and brotherhood, Theta Chi men are united in the spirit of high moral attainment, individual accomplishment, and participation in school activities .... Theta Chi's well balanced social calendar is always full. In the Fall are the post-football game parties augmented by the Christmas party. In the Winter quarter the social spotlight shifts to the crowning of the "Dream Girl of Theta Chi" at the Carnation Ball. Big event of the Spring is the house party. tr -an-:Q - :umm : an iran ,ir 9 . E' -ai 1',,,- yer 4" lr- ' '- 1' it v IFF? . -81 li- .BT -.J 'l' -- '1- 5 . ' S fig it A 7 1 o BOB PARROTT, President ...avg fy Theta Chi men get "up in the air" over A Theta Chi active grabs a little extra "sack time" between rush week activities. their reck Alpha Nu Clwapler iii 522 5 Hilllllll . - MEMBERS NOT PICTURED BAUER, F. P. BENZEL, J. F. CLARKE, C. R. GUNTER, J. W. HOLBERT, J. L. NIELTON, G. H. Nom, A. F. PRICE, J. P. WALLACE, J. D. L lAM LoardHW Lebkuecher, R. P. Lebl, D. eppar, . . . - - Mahal, R. R. Mau, E. H. May, J. T. McCallum, R. G. McDowell, G. M. Mills, R. M. Murphy, L, T. Nicodemus, J. V. Osmer, J. Parrish, G. Parroll, R. C. Pasyanos, E. N. QBX Tre complelely relaxed almosphere of a lazy smoker al' Thela Chi has everyone walching 'lelevision wllh mlxecl inleresls. 238 in-i r Q1 f 255 V ,gi Fe TA' ' ,Q Perry, J, Sanford, Slrlcklanc Whalley, A WZ L 4 'Ji wg fff gf d H W Perry, J. L. Powell, H. B. PFESSIY, ar il R' GA Sanford, B. W. Saravo, J. V. Schmi l. ECS U Q V. Strickland, J. B. Sundy, R. J. Surrency, :y?anf3TuE. Whalley, T. G. Whilehead, H. Williams, THETA CHI 9? R. F. Renew, R. C. Reeves, R. P. J. R. 'Schnepfe, R. W. Siess, A. A. J. R. Swank, R. R. Talenlino, J. M. Wray, J. D. Youmans, B. M. w-V.'.E A . .--..,..f l S 5 l l i l 3 1 r-9 JH '.,X. -9 Remson, J. G. Ruple, M. T. Sippel, J. E. Sfrickland, H. A. Tanner, R. F. Tussey, J. L, Youngblood, G. Zeller, E. 1 I 5. , A couple of Tech cowboys provided 'line kind of enlerlainmenl al' a rush parly lhal' helped bring an influx of new pledges. fi' - sl'S- p-'N uv' ,. - ' 'lvl . M, ,.r"G2-T-P'-f'w-NWT ' M ' ra,-,.--"' X ,,. -'ggi'-5-"""" ,,,,,. :iq f 5 Ti, X 1 .Q , -.I . ""' f jig- l lg, T l-l ET A Xl . NAA Hhs 1 s Y, fi . PERCY SMlTH, Presidenl' Amrhein, A. G. Barinas, B. G. Baugnon, W. F. Bedell, J. C. Bolden, R. L. Bowman, W, 0, Brand, A. L. Canfy, C. L. Connor, M. A. Cremln, J. W. Crow, T. 6. Dauphin, V. M, Starting off the year with a large pledge class, the Xi's OFFICERS quickly put their new power to work. Brothers and pledges PERCY ,SMITH working together produced a terrific homecoming display which P'eWienf easil co ed first lace in the close com etition. Still on the 0 Y PP P i P 8 , WILLIAM FISHER Vice Preyident WILLIAM DRIESSLEIN Secretary WILLIAM LEE Treamrer hc the moved on to take a second place In their volleyball league. Y Theta Xi puts especial emphasis on scholarship and is proud oilits accomplishments in this field .... Bill Fisher is in Tau Beta Pi and Phi Lambda Upsilon, while Guy Morris and Glenn Falcon made Phi Eta Sigma .... The social calendar was filled with dances, parties and outings, the crowning event of all being the big Sweetheart Dance during the Winter quarter. any as-,r ,-1-u The caicher wai+s in vain for the ball as a Thela Xi player blasls an Alpha Tau Omega pi-I-gh during an in ra 240 1' mural game. l l l Iii' P u. . :AY ' E Davis, M, Jones, C. Marr, M, Richards, ,Ll E K r - -. . rf . ,. L. L I. 1 '-f . .. ki: TI' E Bela Alpha Chapter xi, allot? Bowman, W. 0. Dauphin, V. M, r'! .1 s ges ich EO. ue. ud 'au nn .ed all er. '53 .5 cy E' , . l Z. s 1 ' 'Q 1, JP . ' 1 '77 My f ' 1 1 1 1 ' Q nun l ,zu . H , Z il 1 I 'f n ,"'. A A -faqs Davis, M. A. Driesslein, W. G Falcon, G. D. Fisher, W. J. Freck, C. A. Sowing, C. J. Greene, R. E. Jones, C. E. Kennerly, J. F. Laffal, G. L. Lee, W. E. Lu, H. H. Mallard, M. A. Mangan, T. H. Marr, M. J. McCranie, C. R. McLain, D. K. Morris, G. V. Murrah, B. W. Parr, R. L. Pills, L, L. Richards, A. R. Saucer, D. C. Smilh, P. L. Soranno, V. V. Talman, D. R. Turner, T. R. Wallace, T. S. ffl, X1 ,V ' Nj ,X YQ-1 gjffex A , C , K. , ,K f . fi, f l f' E 1 . Y 1: fi N. .I - -n ' - - .' - 'Q r , . 4' K-..-f A 1 0 .f A,.e.4f:N4,,,'4 21 :xr U ,.p 'QX . x l as ri: 3 H A -. f,..ee- - .xiii--. x s - 1 A 'V - . Ji' . Y K if V ff ,fe is F' Ti D Q a ffix' - "RAF ' X- .F ?".5 f Z - Q H." f' ' ' i --5:QJY5xx.K frjf-1 ,T p Fi C N ' 'T' ' "5 Eg5:- pf.. "iw-.5 , .QQREJS-':if --'-:f---1-.Y-F-X -ff' -'-'H-r-' .-,-X-.-.-f - x . - 'ix' -. Many hands hold a newly pinned aclive who is going lo be "lubbed.' MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Counsnv, J. R. FARILL, T. G. GLANNIELLA, H. IPPOLITO. A. J. KOLLER, W. W. MCGILL. W. H. WEEKLEY, O. J. XVHEELER, H. M ,4-av-M c vs: SHIRLEY CLEMENTS, President OFFICERS SHIRLEY CLEMENTS Preiidenl ELIZABETH HERNDON Vice Prericlefzt DIANE MICHEL Secretary SYLVIA KLINGER Treafzzrer The co-eds have fo use 'l'he slide rule and spend many long hours sfudying foo. Shirley Clemenfs crams lafle, 242 W W """"""""""" Clements- 5- Herndon E, Klingeft 5, ALPHA Xl DELTA Gamma Eta Chapter This year Gamma Eta Chapter celebrated its first birthday as the only sorority on the Tech campus scene. Since their chartering, the girls have taken an active interest in school activities, even managing an entry in the Reck Parade .... Another project, Alpha Xi Delta National Philanthropy, this year took the form of a library donated to Barney General Hospital at Rome, Georgia. Also Alpha Xi Delta's are rep- resented in the Tech band, Air Force R.O.T.C., and various honorary and professional societies .... The Chapter started the social calendar on the upsvving with a party for the Freshman girls. Other parties filled out the year. This year rushing was deferred until the winter quarter .... With the close of a second successful year, the girls of Alpha Xi Delta are looking forward to a future of even bigger and better things. McCormick, K. Michel' Thomas' T' IY QS the the girls giflg an Nlational D Barfey HIC rep- ronorary calendar F parties 2 winter girls of gger and C9 vfimgi ., ,. MEMBERS NOT PICTU RED ARTHUR, W. CAIN, R. J. CHRISTOPHER, H. CRADDOCK, C. CULPEPPER, R. M. HAMMIL, J. J. HURST, A. JONES, D. J. LONG, L. MAGOULAS, N. MOORE, A. MOORE, R. C. OGBURN, L. REBANE, H. THARPE, E. J. WADE, B. The letters I.S.O. stand for Independent Student Organization. The I.S.O. at Georgia Tech is a member organization of the National Independent Student Asso- ciation. This group was formed on the campus in the early part of 1948. It is an inexpensive organization that sponsors social activities and enters in nearly all intra- mural sports, open to everyone who is not a member of any social fraternity. This organization is devoted to helping its members to become well rounded in their college life. INDEPENDENT Arfhur, W. Cain, R. Chrisfopher, H. Craddock, C. Culpepper, R. Jones, D. Long, L. Moore, A. Moore, R. Ogburn, L. Tharpe, E. Wade, B. OFFICERS HENN REBANE ..... . . . Preridefzr ADAIR MOORE . . . . Vice P1-eridem HENRY CHRISTOPHER . . . . S8C7'6Id1'jf LESTER LONG . . . . T1'eam1'e1' I-IENN REBANE, Presiclenl' A -,p ... ff , I ,fl V Vi ' I: I "MTN r ' 5 I A If ' ' p STUDENTS ORGANIZATION .1- 4 . ,-.. ,V I 4-, Jw! 1 . 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Following this Tech upended, host and defending champion, Canisius by four points, then the jackets met Xavier of Ohio in the finals and Xavier soundly whipped Tech as the quintet ran out of steam. Kimmell was named to the all-tournament team. In our opening conference game the Wildcats of Kentucky gave the jackets a merciless 104 to 51 lacing in part repayment for the two jacket upset victories of last season. Close on the heels of that defeat came another at the hands of a nationally ranked Vanderbilt team. Tech, paced by joe Helm's 34 point effort, romped over Mississippi State and thus captured their first S.E.C. victory. With Kimmell and Helms firing away Tech next whipped Ole Miss and held them thirty points below their offensive average. The Jackets then travelled to Greenville, South Carolina to play Furman, and with Bill Cohen and Dick Lenholt sharing scoring honors Tech beat Fur- man for the first time although they could not contain the nation's leading scorer, Darrell Floyd, who poured JOE HELMS BILL COHEN Guard Forward Captain BOBBY KIMMELL Guard Bill Cohen good for two points on a left handed jump shot. Kentuclty's Grawemeyer l44l, Bird l22l, and Hatton l40l detend. fe and oth Of Tech sity Qf wsor1S 1 York stef IU ifl 36 points. ln the return match with Vanderbilt, now ranked fifth in the nation, the Yellow Jackets rallied near the end of the ball game and pulled within three points but were not able to beat the Commodores. Returning home the jackets met the Volunteers of Tennessee and it couldn't have been much closer as L clutch play of Lane Akers and Dick Lenholt plus Ll I 4 BYRON GILBREATH Assistant Coach ' z , ,3 ,,1fQ.. wx f XA P ,,Q1xw4'XfW A m,,,ff4,y' , W XA ,Q ma, fw i ..., X 'W X ' if M. , J M fx JT., ,,,., 4 4 2:7 Q W 5 . I F' ,dig ' M wx 'X 36 Lennie Cohen arches one in'ro lhe buckel. La're in 'rhe sea- Towering Dick Lenholl' snafches a rebound off lhe boards. son Lennie became deadly accura+e wi'rh a shor'r hook sho+. Dick's rebounding keyed 'rhis vic+ory and was a big aid 'ro Tech. A backboard's eye view of Tech's slariing five, Bobby Kimmeli, Dick Lenholl, Bill Cohen, Lennie Cohen, and Joe Helms X-JW , of-41" 'til Pg- .W Q C L ,L , x My I K U ...af ' 'f',f?! ,L 44165. D C . The new Alexander Memorial Gym, wifh greafer and more Waifing 'ro re-enter 'the game Bill Cohen studies fhe floor ac- elms- comforfable sealing facilifies, will be a much welcomed change. Hon as his 'teammates employ a fight man fo man defense. lead and succumbed to a rallying Tiger team in an overtime period. Next came Tulane and the Jackets had to come from 13 points down to win this one. Both Bill and Lennie Cohen got hot in the last half to pace the team but the turning point came with about two min- utes remaining when joe Helms stole a pass and drib- bled in for a layup to give Tech the lead. Tech then met and routed the L.S.U. Tigers in setting a new single game point record of 97 points. joe Helms with 28 points and Bill Cohen with 18 points and 20 rebounds made their last home appearance a big success in lead- ing the jackets to victory. Q On the final road trip Tech again put on one of their Q 'M tl has-inf -an in Gino' last half surges and they defeated Georgia in an over- time game. Helms was high point man with 23. Then Bobby Kimmell fired the hlackets past South Carolina, scoring 27 points himself, and he broke the Tech sea- son scoring record in the next game which was with Tennessee. The Vols won it on a last second shot by guard Herman Thompson. Next came the final meet- ing with Georgia, the one that counted in the S.E.C. standings, and with both Cohens, Helms, and Kimmell hitting in double figures the jackets won again. They wound up the season losing to Florida as seniors Helms, Bill Cohen, Lenholt, and Lake Kelly played their last game. 5 'L JIMMY weeks JOHNNY PARKER LEONARD cAvENY Soph Gymnasts Key to Yea r's Improvement Coach Lyle Welser's gym squad captained by Perry Peck was manned chiefly by sophomores who made an excellent showing this year and gave fair warn- ing to their competition of the meets to come. The team performed against some of the nation's top gym teams and fared well in several events although they failed to capture a meet. LEFT TO RIGHT: John Parker, Charles Hays, Bo Sfokes, Perry Peck, Joe Hutcheson, George Chandler, Gene Brown, Shelby Barre, Coach Welser. NOT PICTURED: Jim Duhig, Jim Weeks, Leonard Caveny, Bob Smifh, and Eddie Johnson. FIJI lu CAPTAIN PERRY Peck COACH LYLE WELSE R Travelling north Tech's gymnasts met Springfield College in Springfield, Massachusetts and Army at WCS, Point in dual meets. In losing both meets sophomores jimmy Weeks, primarily a tumbler, and johnny Parker, an all around performer on the rings, bar, and rope, gave a good accounting of themselves by copping sev- eral firsts. The jackets then came home to meet perennially potent F.S.U. The F.S.U. gymnasts beat Tech 62-49 but the Jackets' showing was very gratifying to Coach Welser, the team, and the spectators. johnny Parker took the parallel bars and horizontal bar events, placed second in the rope climb, and third on the sidehorse to lead the Jackets pointwise. Jimmy Weeks, Bo Stokes, and Shelby Barre, added the remaining points with fine performances. Next came the Hnal dual meet and the Engineers bowed to a powerful North Carolina squad in a close match. The Jackets then journied to Tallahassee for the SIGL championship where they placed third behind F.S.U. and North Carolina. A N. 4 ll lf row R Cllarle Uave I Coach Walla ani irlglield at Wesi .omores Parker, rl rope, ng sev- 'nnially 62-49 Coach Parker placed orse ro Stokes. th line gineers 1 close ee for oehind JOE WALKER Capfain Tech Swimmers Cop Third Place In S. E. C. The Yellow Jacket tankmen headed by Captain joey Walker opened the season losing a close swim meet with Duke and they improved steadily to capture four meets and place third in the S.E.C. meet. The Blue Devils tallied 47 points to Tech's 37 as Hal Reeves won the 440 yard Freestyle and diver Bob 3 . All i "5 ' 7 fi i , . ' if , at 1 Q - ' ' 1 l ia' 'f i -v- J . A 5, . H -qi , -, r 29, - f' , .. ,- if A , 1 , 2. , I R V Sa ' t n h Q R X I an Q is i F 3 l fi , , 7 - 4 1 5 F' Aka 'M 7 'l 5 -'he ii ". TOP ROW: Bill Winn, Will Decker, Hal Reeves, Norm Lee, Brill' Williams, Milne Charles. MIDDLE ROW: Bob Ballard, Willy Moss, Herb McKelvey, Harry Kesfner, Dave Moore, Manager Bob Lofblad. SEATED: Chappy Summers, John Smith, Coach Fred Lanoue, Assistant Coach Herb McAuley, Sonny Baumgardner, Joe Walker, and George Wynne. SONNY BAUMGARDNER MIKE CHARLES Ballard and Tech's 400 yard Freestyle Relay team cap- tured firsts. Georgia's Bulldogs swamped the jackets 58-26 as Tech could only garner two of ten firsts. Then Tech won their first dual meet of the season by dunking Emory in a close match. The jacket mermen next tackled Vanderbilt and S.M.U. in a swimming double- header. Tech whipped the Commodores 54-30 with Dave Moore, Hal Reeves, Mike Charles, joe Wfalker, Sonny Baumgardner, john Smith, and the 400 yard Freestyle Relay team copping firsts. In the S.M.U. meet the fresher Mustangs beat the weary jackets 57-27 as Wfalker and Charles took the Techmen's only hrsts. Tech's swimmers next edged Kentucky but lost the fol- lowing meet to Texas A 84 M 50-33. journeying to Florida, Tech lost meets to the power- ful Gators of Florida and the F.S.U. Seminoles by the respective scores of 54-30 and 58-26. After beating the Citadel in their final dual meet Tech entered the S.E.C. meet and took third place far behind Florida's champions but close to the second place Georgia Bulldogs. Although the jackets failed to capture a first place they garnered six seconds and three thirds and the entire team with only -Ioe Walker grad- uating should have an excellent season next year. HAL REEVES BOB BALLARD C' H,-1.1. 5 wa , ,.. ...... ...,..,.... ..--..,-.--.,....,,,, Q4-1-any -4 vp s. my if X I' ff I c 1 . X.,,,7,fMN x N N' wx Wax, W , 4, N :-2:- ' , ,, arnity Gym gym met hly COIUPW' teamS and h event the ,d thaf if dld ie afternO0U The KHPPQ' Alpha Tau ar's onsfwo nird an d thf Basketball Crown Won B Y Undefeatecl Independents The Independents, champions of the Independent league, won the school intramural basketball champion- ship this year. In the final playoff where the Hve league champs met each other once the Independents whipped all four fraternity league champs and thus captured the school crown. Lambda Chi Alpha was first among the fraternities but stood in second place for the school title as they beat the other three fraternity champs but lost to the Independ- ents. Then came Phi Delta Theta who won two and lost the same number in the playoff. Phi Gamma Delta and Phi Sigma Kappa were the other two league champs and the Fijis edged the Phi Sigma Kappa team to take fourth place in the school race. 11, 7 Paul Vickers ot Phi Delta Theta goes up high for two points Play was hard in the tournament as the Independents beat all ot the fraternities. ,ll The Chi Psi team emerged victorious in a 5 game school playoff. Heisel and Wirtz Capture Pacldleball Championship Paddleball, one of the newer intramural sports, has rap- idly gained in popularity on the campus and the number of participants has greatly increased since it was first begun. Sigm Chi Psi's Bowling TeamQ Tops In Intramural Play The school intramural bowling championship was an, nexed by Chi Psi, fraternity winners of the Yellow jacket league. The Chi Psi men defeated the other intramural league winners in a five game meet held at the Lucky Strike bowling alleys. Sigma Chi took second place and was tops in the Gold league, and Lambda Chi Alpha and Delta Sigma Phi were third and fourth and won the White and Tornado leagues, respectively. Ken Beavers of Lambda Chi Alpha who bowled a five game total of 544 was high man for the meet. This year's top two man team was Ted Wirtz and jack Heisel of Sigma Chi who beat out defending champions Newt Hardie and Alan Neal of Beta Theta Pi. The team trophy and I.F.C. points awarded are won by the fraternity possessing the highest amount of combined wins produced by all its teams entered. Also the duo who wins the individual team crown gets credit for two regular victories. On the basis of this the Sigma Chis captured the team trophy this year. a Chi's .lack Heisel lfar leftl and Ted Wirfz lsecond from righfl won the school intramural paddleball crown. ----mvu-1- rl 11" "Qi" .W--f w - -U ...-.,..pLw....u-, Q...-.fa 1.5.4,-4.f --M' - """" - fff-1 I Y I' f. U11 vi Index To Organizations ACTIVITIES COUNCIL ....... - - - - - - ALPHA PHALANX . ALPHA PHI OMEGA . . . ....... . . . - ALPHA PI MU ......... V ........ . HEMISTS AND COLORISTS AMERICAN ASSN. OF TEXTILE C AMERICAN CERAMICS SOCIETY .......... . AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY .... . . - - AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS .... AMERICAN INSTITUTE OE CHEMICAL ENGINEERS . AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS . S . AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF INDUSTRIAL ENGINEER AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS . . . AMERICAN SOCIETY OE MECHANICAL ENGINEERS . ANAK SOCIETY ...... ASSOCIATION OF INDUSTRIAL D AUTO CLUB .............. ESIGN STUDENTS . BAND ......... BAPTIST STUDENT UNION . BLUE PRINT ....... BRIAEREAN SOCIETY . BULLDOG CLUB . . CAMERA CLUB . . . CANTERBURY . CHI EPSILON . CHINESE CLUB . . CIRCLE K CLUB . CO-OP CLUB . . . DELTA KAPPA PHI . DRAMA TECH . . ENGINEER . . ETA KAPPA NU ........ FLYING CLUB ...,..... GEORGIA TECH PLANNER'S SOCIETY . GLEE CLUB .......... HILLEL ........,... INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT SOCIETY . . INSTITUTE OF AERONAUTICAL SCIENCES . INSTITUTE OF RADIO ENGINEERS . . . KAPPA KAPPA PSI ........ KERAMOS .... KOSEME SOCIETY . MANAGEMENT CLUB . NEWMAN CLUB .... OMICRON DELTA KAPPA . PHI ETA SIGMA . . . PHI KAPPA PHI . . PHI PSI ..... PHILOSOPHY CLUB . PHYSICS CLUB . . . PI DELTA EPSILON . PI TAU CHI .... PI TAU SIGMA .... PUBLICATIONS BOARD . RADIO CLUB .... RAMBLIN' RECK CLUB . SIGMA GAMMA TAU . , SIGMA PHALANX ...,, ,,,. , . SIGMA PI SIGMA ..... ...... ' ' ' SOCIETY EOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF MANAGEMENT SOCIETY OF AMERICAN MILITARY ENGINEERS ' SOCIETY OE EXPLORATION GEOPHYSICISTS Q ' ' SPIKED SHOE CLUB ...,... ' ' ' ST. PATRICK'S COUNCIL . ' ' ' STUDENT COUNCIL . ' ' "T" CLUB ......, , , , TAU BETA III .....,, TECH YMCA. RECREATION COUNCIL TECHNIQUE ....... I TOASTMASTERS' CLUB , VERERANS' CLUB , , WESLEY FOUNDATION . WORLD STUDENT FUND , Y.M.C.A. 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ODK ranks with ANAK as the highest honorary organiza- tion on the Tech campus. OFFICERS XWOODY BARTLETT Prerident DICK ROSSELOT Vice-Preridevzt CHARLES COBB Secretary BOB BEACH Treamrer WOODY BARTLETT 3 , ff . E GENE DUNWODY NEWT HARDIE eeoae-E HARRIS BOB LITTLE rc If DICK ROSSELOT WAYNE WADDELL 261 I BILL ALL MARCUS BORUM Al I lx I Pftzmf JOHN KLINKE JAC OFFICERS BILL ALL President WOODY BARTLETT Vice-President MARCUS BOROM Secretary JACK PRUIT1' Tfeamrer BILL CHEEK CHARLES COBB The Georgia Tech ANAK Society was or ized on january 1, 1908, to honor select gn. from the Senior Class who were outstafldien among their fellow students by their achieng ments and services to Georgia Tech, ANA? has contributed, from its membership man Tech men who have become leaders of riationII prominence. ANAK ranks with Omicron Deli Kappa as the highest honor a Tech studena - I may 1'CCC1VC. I I BILL DUNLAP K PRUITT SAM VAN LEER 262 7 S I T hoclety Wag Organ We E b FC 0j.1tSIfandin'v I -Y then achievs gla Tech' I lembershi ANM lead Pa Ipanf 3 I ers Of national Imcron Dem ith O I' a Tech Studenf GORDON ALBURY CRACKER BARRON WOODY BARTLETT Q ' JLAP GENE DUNWODY NEWT HARDIE GEORGE HARRIS FRANK HOLLBERG lu ' 2153 OFFICERS PAT BOLGER President WADE MITCHELL Vice-Praridevzz BoBo DAVIS Secretary GARNET KEITH Treamrer PAT BOLGER GARNETT KEITH Pere TATRO - KELL WILLIAMS The Koseme Society, established b AN in 1938, recognizes juniors and thigh AK sophomores who have been outstanqiqumir extra-curricular activities. Not merel JUS In orary, Koseme each year undertakgs ge hon. serviceprojects, among them the preparzffral of the instructor-course list at the be ' ' non each quarter. gmnmg of B OB MARBUT WADE MITCHELL A 1 I socunv ' xf-- 1 X LEADERS 1 1 BILL WINN Ialished by ANAK ' If' an ' Outstanding in r merely an hon ' rldertake ' I1 the . Pfeparar rh ' - II e beglnnlngof S SGVCMI RAYMOND BAKER BOBO DAVIS RICK DOWNEY ' 'wrxyfqv-f.1f 5 I MITCHELL JOE PINNELL BRIAN SANFORD HARRY STEVENS xossnt 50CIE1Y LEADERSHIP mam TH 265 'Q Psy G OFZCER' BBW ENE ALMER L ' .M--. I Preficient -5- 'S GENE PALMER wld Phi Kappa Phi, Oldesi' on the f it 5,5 '..' my K. -. 'JY 0.4. fi 5 I Q qi If Anderson, R. C. Barfleff H B Brown, M. C k l'R. arf? S- P- B Dougan, W. J. Dgwiz, J. P-. Elwlleh R. E, CiJancnhQIIR'RR'H Bnem. C. J. Borom, M. P. Bfadford' 'Lvl' Jenks. E. Johnson, cs. E, Jongs E' S' Gossaqg T'. L' ff"g. RH- Davis. w. H. 5Pe'lj"e' H' ' ' - Kean, H'. G. ' af 'e. . cs. Hinds, E. F. en "'S- Q 5 Lynes, G. W. May G. B, McCaIla, . . 266 Ca Meek Rollei' J' Sh S- W. Tilarmo . R n Qhmanl ...W , x ,EX ill 15 llllh on the MEMBERS NOT PICTURED ALFORD, C. O. FLEMING, J. D. KROHN, C. A. LANIER, W. T. LUTJENS, J. H. PRINGLE, J. J. ROBERTS, V. T. ROEDER, R. S. STEHR, J. WORRELL, A., JR. Phi Kappa Phi is the oldest national scholastic honor society on the Georgia Tech campus. Since its founding in 1897, the society has steadily grown until it has now established chapters in more than fifty colleges and uni- versities throughout the nation. Admission to Phi Kappa Phi is one of the highest honors an undergrad- uate student may receive. Only those seniors who have maintained the highest scholarship during their three years in college may become members. Phi Kappa Phi is well represented in all departments on the campus, as there are at least thirty members of the faculty in this society. The local chapter conducts the annual Honors Day exercises. Campus, Picks Top Scholars From Seniors I Me ku J. . M 1 ' F, T, Palmer. E. H. Prosser, F. P, Purdy, K. R. Rogeefs, W.HQ aAIIIeIl'fA.RwG aAociJCi'llie'JJ,N2i Sailzfnan, A. Sargenf, B. Schaffer, W. A. Schrimsher, B R Sharpfon, R. Srsse OM i S"1if"'C' E' Spencer, C. P. Sfanley, M. P. Stevens, C. H. Tanner, J. M Tllflhman. C. li rrgzqnfheii' R' D nickel J. E, walker, J. s. waivers, J. v. williams, J. K. williams. w. M 2157 I if i 'Uh ,ca LES' L 2 Cv V ' OFFLOERS NEWT HARDIE Prericierzt ig.. CHARLES SPENCER Vice-Preriderrz JOE DOUGAN Secretary MALCOLM BROWN Treasurer NEWT HARDIE . E Af' V Tau Beta Pi, Leaciing Engineering Y S r was '27' Alford. C. O. Anderson R C 3 ,M. . ' ' - Arih IW, . Dzvanrie, R. gr:vc:,f:I2d'J','J' Browliiir M- H' gU5iIl'1. M, Barre S P eomqe, T. L. Ha,di,' N' G Elouqanuw. J. DQQEEGTPA. N. clark' cg ' gaffieif, H. Beach R R, siiem. ' ' - aYneS. . E. Hand' ' - Drowrg Ollier, R. E Com 'R'J Davis. - ' GVSOH. W. C. Jenkinz' H' E' Dunwood E. C ' i Goss, J. M- I .HI Johnson YG . Fisher, . . nh FLG. . - - Jonas, E. D. K9 ' I 268 Hon Lln' Sliiiiz T. Tfilman JC, ilihmaal eering MEMBERS NOT PICTURED DURSTINE, J. W. HACKETT, P. T. LOWRANCE, L. H. PARROTT, J. W. PRINGLE, J. J. ROEDER, R. S. SIMITSES, G. J. WORELL, A. J. Tau Beta Pi is the leading engineering honor society in the nation. Engineering students who rank in the upper tenth of their junior class and the upper eighth of the senior class become eligible for membership. However, election of members is also based on leadership, character and service. An outstanding sen- ior is selected and presented with a scholarship cup each year, the selection being on the basis of overall scholastic work. This year's officers, who were elected at the beginning of the year, were Newt Hardie, president, Charles Spencer, vice-presi- dent, Joe Dougan, corresponding secretary, john Goss, record- ing secretary and Malcom Brown, treasurer. Honor Society, Recognizes Scholarship 4 'S H -A . 'u . W., . V '.ft':L . . . ,Q .1 .Q 'v 1 1 A .1 , 5 g, . All ,X N ,Q -sf. I. 545 fi , gl. I fn' . B IS, B H Da '5-I 'M. ss. ' , E:ill1.H'6 ,Q 41.1 . 44 Y- if .AL-K xfs S 'A - . U M'Il , A, W. M or , J. G. Mole, F. T. NeviH, J. G. l,efpe'+'EA'HM' idilegfii' like iigi2lI,a'F.Eb.D Pulrdj K. R. Roobefls, J, H. Rogers, w. a. Rosselol, R. c. Salzmdn a mer- - B' Sch?-nsh'er'B' R Sloan, M. A. Spencer, C. P. Stanley, M. P. Stevens, C. H. Tanner, J. M. -mghmaa ??g23:11:.IlB.R .D Tsdller J ,E . . walker' J' S- Wallace. J, M, Williams, J. K. Williams, W. M. Zeller, E. 269 , AZ as I ff 01 R ix. F. MEMBERS NOT PICTURED ALVAREZ, E. DUGGAN, D. M. EISENHAUER, W. C. HARBUCK, W. G. HARRISON, P. J. JAMES, C. E. MARTELLOTTO, N. A. MCDANIEL, W. S. PARKER, J. E. PARKS, R. Z. POSTELL, W. N. SAUNDERS, A. A. SPENGLER, T. T. TURNER, R. N. WILLIAMS, H. P. T hf Adal E, B1 schO. scho. men all ai bersl havix fiona year Phi Eta Sigma Gives esh i 2 i Edelm R M d rick Ga agcer L P gigggdswil VE! gciivnirds GM HS pa HMM I Hrsfzr JRMJ IQ foyer W H H Il R Hu Sgil C I Johnson C J Johnsggrlt C Y R L C E Lee W J Leon VDMCL The Georgia Tech Chapter of Phi Eta Sigma is led this year by Adair Mellichamp as president, James jolly as secretary, and joseph E. Brown as treasurer. Phi Eta Sigma is a national freshman honorary scholastic fraternity. Membership in this fraternity is the highest scholastic honor a freshman can attain at Georgia Tech. Only those men who have a point average of 3.5 for the first quarter, or an over- all average of 3.5 for the entire freshman year are eligible for mem- bership. Each spring the fraternity presents a cup to the freshman having the highest scholastic average for the first quarter. The Na tional Phi Eta Sigma Fraternity offers two 3300 scholarships each year to deserving students. la GivlFreshmen Scholastic Incentive ADAIR MELLICHAMP - Mori J. A. 'f W, Melllcharnp, D. A. MerrY. Kr H' - . Lenebefser. F. Lonqino c. L. Manqham- A' Maynard' N' M. R. 5C"""' R' E' Sheldon' R' A' ihanonwi' 2' IJ Nike awa ' Ck J. W. Pofeeff J' ' Tea ue H. H. Tf5Ylo'- R- C' urner' ' ' .ki . 9 .T- Parfrudge W. K. Peace . - Stapler W. T. 9 . . W d V K Frederlcwlg anmpson, C. L, Smnh' BYM' Smith. G. C. P wimangs' F. C, Williams, W. D. Wilson, W. H oo cox, . . Heslefl ernofl. J. M. Waters, R. A. Weissenberg, . ' - - ' JalIl'l50n'k G- Yo' I Lg07" ' of D' f Imnvf ga . 6 I S , n - 1 xxI'.'f l'r6'7f6 V4 .,x,I . 0 Q xx! If I ' L. ,by ,x 'M fnqgat .la I, 1 f 0 . - 1 f ED SMITH OFFICERS SECTIONI ED SMITH Prexident JACK LASATER Vice-Preyicient JIM LOWERY Secretary FRANCIS WIEGMANN Treamrer SECTION II GARNER MOORE Preficiefzt PETE KEENAN Vice-Prefident BUDDY SCHRIMSHER Secretary TOM HARVARD Treamrer nded in 1912 for students at- Th Briaerean Society was fou e . tending Tech under the co-operative plan. Members chosen for this honorary society are selected on the basis of their outstand- cademic and extra-curricular work. No member , b.1. . U Igiyabe ctldlosgnauntil he has completed his sophomore year. Over h raduated from Tech and attained five hundred Briaereans ave g Outstanding Co-op Students QsrgI'yturE5Wd H. Cometto, D. J, Cummings, H, B, DeJarnetIe, R. R. Halen- P- T Farmer, a. F. Fletchall, ca. w. siuberfson. R- G- Hughes. C-C' . . . Harvard T. P. Hinds E. F. Huether. C- W' Kochef. E' ' H h ' . ug ey' D' R' HYma'1. N. L. James, B. E, Keenan. J- P' positions founding The f11'SI quilffefsa gpring- 'I for CWOP Elec Lassie, Eittffqt Walden: V 3 JZ: CS . rs at X 9f Stude . . gfs Chosn ' positions of leadership in all phases of engineering since the - en ndin of the socie . Briaerean is undivided into two sections. Ou g . . The first section attends school during the winter and summer for neu' outsrand, NO member PIC year. Over and attained quarters, While the second group attends school in the fall and spring. The society sponsors projects for increasing opportunities for co-operative students. GARNER MOORE rude. Elected By Briaerean Society , L- d 'Q M, MeC.aIIa, E. D. Lasafer, J. P. Lee, W. T. 'if""5' EQ, Li Nfffifii o. A. Phillips, J. D. , fo' . ' McGarriMy, A. L. Miner, s. s. 0f"j- 'R' E smnh, c. E. simmer, R. M. LV2 Sshill, T. V. Schrimshetl. A- wfergmoanlg L' Williams, W. M. ZanfoDU'OS. H- ' ' G. ' alden, J. F. Wheeler, . - ' ' ' HU9he5'E,C- Kocher. 273 MEMBERS NOT PICTURED LOWERY, J. A. PARROTT, j. W. WORRELL, J. O I l Alpha Pi Mu is a national honor society for the rec- ognition of industrial engineers with superior abilities. Membership is limited to juniors and seniors who have maintained high scholastic standards. Only those jun- iors in the upper fifth and those seniors in the upper third of their classes who possess those traits of leader- ship, character and ethics are eligible. Carter Terrell, Bob Little, Tom Davenport and Don Gay were president, vice-president, secretary and treag- urer respectively. MEMBERS NOT I PICTURED fi? FRY, J. C. A HARDEE, J. R. HAYES, R. W. ZARZACA, V. T. l.E's. Honored byAlpha PiMu Chioiellis, N. T. Coker R. G C . Henry, F. E. Huqhgy D 'R Jaurlfg, J. R. Davenport T F R A. - - - - . B. E. - - . G-andy, A. F. , Gvfhman- ' glifrneril-,fi Dri J gloori' J' G' Mole, F. T. xhnlmiin' R' A' Uffle. R. M. E:ny1isl?eir24 R. L. Mahan' R' Dia , . . imery, R. L. 5 gnc C ea, . A. Palmer' E, H, Rushfon' Sargent, B3 . P er. . P. biewarf, J. W. Tata, R, J, Terrell' C. 5. Turner, C. X I F 1 X Q? Y Berma Liffle, Perryrf Taylor l' Chi to th Frank presi The nois Cha ciety Sfhol Sfude 5' for the 3- IE. .UO .MC I abilities, ors who have IY those ' the lull. LIES Of le uPPer 3-def. TOIT and Don 1' 7 5 and treas- Q PiM Jfhrninr ahah? Rb B, gen, ' ifner. C' S' 3 Berman, D. Daugherty H Driskell R Faust R Gould R J' m - I - - - . . . . , D. K' k, R. kgrleynig J pdann, E. May, G. McCurry, W. McWhorter, T, bdqdhaeiiioril, Nlgwgqml M, T Y ' - e"0PO'e- J' R"eY- R- R0dfIque1.J. senders, c. schnsbel J. sam A aylor, T. Teramo, J. Tefielbach, D. Walker, J. Walker, R. Wiedemdn, J. wilsan .Tr . 9 O Q . I psl on - onorar ' ' 1.4 Chi Epsilon, the only national honorary fraternity limited to those men in the Held of Civil Engineering, was directed by Frank Williams and his assistants were Hubert Dougherty, vice- presidentg Dan Rhodes, secretary and Gene Mann, treasurer. The fraternity was founded in 1922 at the University of Illi- nois and now has 43 chapters throughout the nation. The Tech chapter was formed from Civil Crew, the oldest honorary so- ciety on the campus, and recognizes the qualities of character, Scholarship, and sociability in undergraduate and graduate students. MEMBERS- NOT PICTURED BARNETT, J. COCHRAN, G. HARDING, R. HUGES, B. RHODES, D. T ILLMAN, W. YOUNGBERG, P. 275 FRANK WILLIAMS . s it K i. 6, Q I 1 fy. -v 4 H, 9. ik, , 1 JIMMY HAYNES MEMBERS NOT PICTURED CELIKIZ, G. Dumas, H. L. HENDRICKS, J. E. LUTJENS, J. H. OVERBY, j. R. REYNOLDS, R. H. Q -'ns lr T . , I l Del Kappa Phi is the oldest textile fraternity in the United Statdzsgi The Tech chapter was headed by Jim Haynes, President, Albert Taylor, Vice-President, Larry Baird, Secretary, Jim Qvefby, Treasurer this year. The purpose of the fraternity is to recognize outstanding members in the textile school, and to pro. mote fraternal relationships among these men and to further ' the textile schools and related industries as well. interest in . , G I Graduates are able to carry their membership into active alumni chapters where they may continue their fraternal relationship in industry. Tex'rile's Della Kappa Phi Allen. R. K. - Ellingion, T. G. E:lrS'hL' Chrlsfopher, H, B. Davis. D- J- tee, w. T. M205 ' R ' B- Gordon, I. H. Holbrook, C. W- Pefers, B. H. Savare' C' Moss, G. D. Parikh, A. M- ge' ' R- Smallwood, J. H. Taylor. A- T- 276 1 N. Bar Cor Jon Rah In Sinc those meni dusn depa Pl Occas Ham. unde vice- treas Tl dusn relat men in . 1 the Ulllted GS, President, I3CI'CI3,1-Y . 1 Jun raternity is to PTO 'lv and to acl to fuffher active alumni Phi . W' 1. if' Qu- , 3 ll d Barron. R. A. Bennett, R. L. Benson, J. W. Boatwright H. J. B w H. P. B k H W C b II W Cook. R. w. ealdsmifh, J. w. Grant, w. B. Harris, cs. w. Jimi, D. P. Jelhki: ef ' Jfhrgfone b, Jones. C- E- Kllnke, J. P. Maloof, A. G. Moon, W. C. Morris, G. W. Moye, J. D. Oliver, G Rahfl. C. L- Rhodes, F. Rourk, J. W. Stickley, R. H. Sutton, R. D. Thiqpen, R. E. West, A. L. Industrial Management Society Since 1937, the Industrial Management Society has selected those seniors and third quarter juniors whose scholastic achieve- ment, general campus leadership and interest in the field of in- dustrial management qualify them for membership in this departmental honorary society. Plant tours, talks by business leaders at the weekly meetings, occasional social events, and the unique Bullrymph Golf Tour- nament were carried out to a great degree of success this year under the leadership of Bill Schaeffer, president, Burton Grant, vice-president, Jack Boatwright, secretary and Rodney Cook, treasurer. The society functions to stimulate interest in the field of in- dustrial management and to promote friendly student-faculty relationships which typify the Industrial Management Depart ment. MEMBERS NOT PICTU RED BARRLNBAU, E. MCCRARY, D. W. Q I T BILL SCHAEFFER ',7 N ' national electrical engineering honorary Eta Kappa u is a society. It was founded for the purpose of binding together the ' ' ' the field of elec- outstanding students and promoting interest in trical engineering. Each year Eta Kappa Nu elects pledges from those junior and senior E. E. students who have demonstrated themselves to be of highest character and marked ability, as demonstrated by scholarship and campus activities. To be eligible, one must be a 'unior in the upper fourth of his class or a senior in the upper 1 third. An annual initiation banquet is held for new members. MEMBERS NOT ASHMORE, G. H. BETZOLD, N. W. COLLUM, C. E. ECKER, H. A. HANKINSON, F. E. HARMON, R. E. LASSETTBR, W. L. MARTELLOTTO, N. MOAD, M. F. PICTU RED PAISLEY, C. A. REA, W. P. ROEDER, R, 5, STEHR, j, THOMAS, J, D, WARD, A. B. WATKINS, R. H, WILDASIN, J, J, Z1EMBA, J, C, Eta Kappa Nu Honors Junior and Senior .f fa . 5. ll. Alford, C. O. Alford Q H Arthu - ' ' ' r, W. H. g1rl'eeR' W. gc?3:rriio'JJ.LC' Eauihen' I' L' Zepgglnbeii P EQCLOF' S' B' Bradford. 1- T. Brown D. C. Bullard. K- . . . innell, H. M. Fournier' Gsnzsfenson, P. J. Corn, R. J, Cumniingg H. B. Darden, L. DE I erison R. G. Harvard T. P. Hundley, C. Irr1elatnd. E, Brin. ' ' Jenkins: H. H. Johnson, B. F. Jones, E. D. Jordan J C ' ' ' - Lee C. E Lower I ' ' Y. H. J. Mangham, A. 278 Elec M . Prgrchlson. Dp R 5m.1h- .I Wallkgretl 'T OFFICERS JOHNGOSS. . . . . . A1sLEY,C.A MARLIN SLOAN . -EA,W.P, ' BUD SCI-IRIMSHER . 0EDER,R.5l BEN JOHNSON . VEHRJ. H0MAS,J,D 'ARD,A.B,' 'ATK1Ns,R.H 'ILDASIN, J, JI' EMBAJ. C. . . Prefidenf Vice-P-refident . . Secrelary . Treafzzre-r L - -5 .. 'Y Il. . ' I iii. Senio Electrical Engineering Students JOHN GOSS QED? 1 . . ' J. J. P d, R. E. Murchison. J. D. Obryant. R. O. Patridqe. A. B. PhiIt5Ps.hJ. Db R gLaa::g:1g'?. R. E. SFOUBFLCTVR' D' d K- Provo. R. R. Read s. L. Roberfs, J. H. 5C"""'S e" ' ' ' J rfammeu R. D. Bullaff D c - Y' W J Stevens C. H. Tolndi. T- - ' dem'-' ' Jftlfh. G. W. 'StanleY. M- Sieele' ' ' ' 'R B Wyatt G. B. YOUH9. L- R- lrfeaandl R. Walker, F. T. Wallace, J. M. Westbury, T. J. White. - - ' . R - 1 Mafillu ' I D - I J. H. D nl W, S, Eaton, E. L. B M P Chalker' J' R' Cheek' W' C' 'allls n W C Lligjers R J Mercer, M. C. orom, . . ou, . . G ld R S Hollberg, C. F. Jones, T. A. LIYIUQSTO . f - - ' - . l X Plaisance, J. J. Ross, J O Sherrow. H' R' Shll, J. E. Waddell. D- W- Whmler- J' A' Kappa Kappa Psi Honors Band Members E o It el' E K JS. 115 ' ? BOB NYGAARD l l I ,V A Kappa Kappa Psi is the national honorary fraternity for band members. It was founded on the campus of Oklahoma A 8: M Col- lege and now has more than fifty chapters spread throughout the country. The national headquarters are located at Stillwell, Oklahoma. Iota Chapter on this campus was founded more than thirty YCHIS ago and has remained active continuously. Although musical ability is the prime requisite for membership, leadership and band actiYf1fY are also key factors in selection of new members. An 011fSf21Ud1f18 graduating senior in the band is selected each year and presented with the A. J. Garing Award. The banquet, held for the members and their Wives or dates is one of the outstanding annual events. OFFICERS Boa NYGAARD ....... Pferidem BILL LIVINGSTON . . . Vice-Preridem HERB SHERROW . . . . . Secretary JOE Ross . . . . . Trearmfef n, E. L. :er, M. C. 'ner, J. A. rbers for band gg M Col- ghout the vklahomfi- irty Yew :al abilifl' d activlfl' tstancling ated wifh tes is one Those students Who are enrolled in Ceramic Engineering may become eligible for Keramos, a professional honorary fra- ternity. Although the Tech chapter is one of the newer honorary organizations on the campus, the history of the fraternity dates gif'- if back to 1902, when the organization was founded at Ohio State University. Keramos is the oldest national professional honor- ary fraternity in existence. The goal of Keramos is the promotion of professional ethics and attitude not only among its members, but among all ceramic engineers throughout the nation. The Tech chapter works to- ward the elevation of the scholastic achievements of all ceramic students as well. The requirements for Keramos are a 2.4 overall point aver- age, classification as a junior, a ceramic student and election into the chapter by the active members. Keramos-Ceramic: Honorary . 45 v 4 B dl , E. L. gegcierow, C. W. 52326 Mi Pd rdgnrgr, Gi Sf?llll..l:l.Rl5.E' w-Idhabor. W- 0- w""""' ' ' 281 N! 5 CARL SWANSON OFFICERS CARL SWANSON Preridcfzl STANLEY WARSHAW Vice-Preridefzz CHARLES BEGGEROW Secrelary LESLIE HODGES Treamref' 434351 i Kipnpo E1 Cl Cl A J :fx x-,J NEWT HARDIE MEMBER NOT PICTURED EDGE, N. W. OFFICERS NEXVT HARDIE Preyicienf NED EDGE Vice-Prericiefzl CHARLES COBB Secremry NELSON ARRINGTON Trefzmrer i 0 I ."'.-X 'H X 'ui'-l ral- X -'1- 4 l T The purpose of Phi Psi, a national honorary textile frater. nity, is to promote better scholarship within the Textile school and to effect ties of friendship among its members. Students are chosen for membership from those juniors and seniors who rank in the upper third of their class in the Textile school. One of the primary functions of the chapter here at Tech is to arrange for men in the Textile Held to come to the meetings and give helpful advice to the members on subject matter which is not available in the classroom. These talks were very success- ful this year. Phi Psi- Textile Honorary l Q . sw .f fb .Hs A ' f Hgii'3ufmd.Nr. B' Zqfber, D. cobb, c. K. Hardie N- G' f Rushin, K. SH Il' Keeble, G. Kirkpatrick, C. E- uoc ' H' Schmafz, R. W8UQh- B- l 282 3 X es X M G W X ' Q x WS N N 5? 'xfx o S N -ffm textile ffm' Cl100l S Students are jfs Xvho l. 6 meetings latter which 'efl' Success. rank O Tal N. G ifitki C' qi B. wg Q9 ffbb- C- K- Daniel. T. G. Knnke, J. P. mum- E' 5- Meeks. J. M. Terrell, c. s. Service to Christian Church Is Recognized by Pi Tau Chi Recognition has long been given to outstanding college stu- dents in almost every area of activity except that of the field of religion. For this reason, Pi Tau Chi was established with the hope of filling this need. All college students professing the Christian faith are eligible for membership in this honorary so- ciety. Members are chosen on the basis of their contributions of leadership and service to religious activities on the campus. The Tech chapter, although it is only four years old, has been actively engaged in many religious functions on the campus, in spite of the fact that there is no established program of activities. In the future, as in the past, the chapter will serve as a challenge to all students. 3 W . ' 9 253 MEMBERS NOT PICTURED ROANE, R. W. SYN, W. M. TEASLEY, A. G. OFFICERS. JAMES TANNER President CARTER TERRELL Vice-Prerirfent JOHN KLINKE Secretary STAN MARCUM Treamrer JAMES TANNER JACK PRUITT MEMBERS NOT PICTURED DURSTINE, J. W. LANE, T. B. NELSON, F. B. O FFI C ERS PRU HT h I , , . . President JACK ' ' ' . Vice-President ' CK . CHAREEZEXIEQCO. 1 . . Secretary JOEK HER . . Treaxurer ED OC - Top Mechanical Engineering E f D 4 k, A. - Ausfin, E. M. Barre, S. P. Batch, J. M. Bliem. C- J- gciomico- J' Brown, M. Canacaris, A. N. Cannon, R. S. Caveny. L- H- Ennis, J- MG Danner, P. A. DeVane, R. W. Dougan, W. J. Dugan. W- S' Harbor. H- ' Fleichall, D. E. Fowler, J. R. Hamill, J, J. Hancock, C. l- 284 Pi ing ch2 pre Las der the of km ing Me L01 Junie Hirgi lepp D- s. 2:2554-1' 24 ly' R' . 'V .' Pffmdezzz - Secrefa, ll ' Tredl 71 Ter Pi Tau Sigma is the national honorary mechanical engineer- ing fraternity. Its members are selected junior and senior me- chanical engineering students. These students organized and prepared the entire M. E. exhibit for Engineers Week this year. Last spring they held a student-faculty picnic for all M. E. stu- dents and professors which aided in bettering relations between these groups. By having at its banquets, speakers from outside of the department, the fraternity helps to give its members knowledge of useful subjects unrelated to mechanical engineer- ing. Pi Tau Sigma cooperates with the American Society of Mechanical Engineers to sponsor and support the Student Lounge in the M. E. Building. Serin Juniors and Seniors Compose Pi Tau Sigma fx Ha' minef- . , A. P. D Fafgisk o. s. Hands, E. F. I':4Iu:2H1S.J5wF- fffjili J. G, A-' 9PPer.A.M. L ,R.C. e, " ' gf IL, fozzico. J' Pantaleo, P. F. Piiligt, J. E. Robinson. G- H' Vilaaiiien, J. F. DA., J, MG Sforlqy R A Taylor W N Tflhth, R- E- I - ' ' ' ' ' ' 1 HI 285 .. . 'ya P : Q t? J' A I 1 - K h , E. c. Kvle. R- K- n::s.r-os., Dwarf C. C. M. P. Schnepfel R, W, Smith, S. C. Stewart, W. A. Wannemaker, T. M. Willidml. W- M' woodY'a" W' E' 45 I i i, .,, I . - f Q ,Q WK X N jv , ,. V, , Rf w ' A 5 .' ' .g ift r M A if -f 19. ,ff ' . ' f . "t if-gf .Q X l y' ff i -'lv' N , ,Q ,. ,, y I A 1 Q .1 015 Au, B. Baffield, w. Cook' R, Craddock, G. Jimmerson, D. Kaplan. P- Oiiver, G. Finnell. J- SLATER MARSHALL satin' Nb fr . 'Z-J ,V A' .av .1- Boi seCf lflgf the of f and stud 'I two and ablf ing a cn schc V efffi ,f spew 5 , ffengxw, 1 Af, :Z V Bartlett, W. Beach, B. Bolqer, P. Campbfbii. B- ClaYi0n- Davis, E. Downey, R. Epstein, W. Goldsmith, J. J6ynS0n. - Keith, G. Leppert, A. Marshall, S. Martin, B. Mnchel,BD. lg Pruitt, J. Pervis, A. Roberts, J. Ware, F. 5P3n0- ' 0Ul'l'l3 ISITI S I S ta SI on The highly successful publications clinic: this year was spOr1- y sored by Pi Delta Epsilon. This clinic was deemed so important by the 'hill' that students who wished to attend were excused if .Q Si 'rfii from classes. ' Guided this year by president Slater Marshall, vice-president, Garnet Keithg A. B. Pervis, secretary and jere Goldsmith, trf2aS- urer, Pi Delta Epsilon also sponsored the annual publ1c:at1onS banquet. Membership to this honorary journalism fraternity 15 OPM? only to those men who have completed at least six quarters O i work on any of the campus publications. 1 H MEMBER NOT PICTU RED f x STEVENS, C. H. An FQ, Pal Rui clayfon. D' Jaunsen, W- Michel, D- Spano. B- Jsilon imPOfI21Uf je CXCl15ed ,PfCSldem' lllfha trFaS- 1bllC2lU0ns Y is Ope? uarters 0 Bob Russ, president, Bill Patton, vice-president, Jim Taylor, secretary and Charles Smith, treasurer, presided over the meet- ings of Sigma Gamma Tau this year. Under their leadership, the society had a great deal of success in attaining its purposes of fostering a high standard of ethics and professional practices and of creating a spirit of loyalty and fellowship among the students in Aeronautical Engineering. The society was formed only three years ago by a merger of two national aeronautical engineering societies, Tau Omega and Gamma Alpha Rho. Since this union, the society has been able to make increased progress throughout the nation by honor- ing those individuals in the fields of aeronautics who have been a credit to their profession through outstanding achievements in scholarship and service. A. E.'s Sigma Gamma Tau ' F. R. A d . W. B r ' W. T- Delarneffe. Fcllrdteilvf 5, Hciavrxnid, H. c. Se'g0f':'jJ':1- Palmer, G. Paflon, W. W. 50.3 SC 'E ' ' Rulland, C, H. Schalow, P. S. m' ' ' ' 287 -ann ,- Drowns, R. E. May, J. E, Russ, R. M. Taylor, J. P. .-4? BOB RUSS MEMBERS NOT PICTURED DELDO, L. j. S1M1'rsEs, G. j ,Q---Q 17V Qi MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Avmsrr, E. H. FRICK, P. W. HILL, K. W. LANIER, T. PARRISH, D. J. JIM TUCKER MS' S? JP DyerFB Bradford, J. T. De Wolf, J. L. Downs, . . . - - Edwards R. C. Goode, J. J. Jones, C. M. K0ljlh65e. C- E- Meeks, J. H. Mifchell, R. D. Rogers, w. s. Smnih, v. Stoker, R. R. Tanner, J. M. Touchfon, C. F. Tucker. J- E- gg o I S 0 P 0 S 0 Guided by James Tucker, president, J. T. Bradford, vice- ' 3. president, jim Tanner, secretary, and john Meeks, treasurer, Sigm ' ' d demon- P1 Sigma sponsored a number of successful lectures an strations this year on material that would not generally be covered in the classroom. These meetings were open to the public 21S'WCll as the members of this Physics department honorary society. Sigma Pi Sigma also sponsors the Physics Club which is open to any student with an interest in physics. , , Although membership in this honorary society is not limited F0 PhYSiCS II121jOrS, one must have taken a sul'cient .nllmbef of IUYIJOI and senior physics courses, have a superior p and be a second quarter junior to be eligible. ornt average '. F. B. hase, C. E. h. V. er, J. E. HTHB adford, vice- surer, Sigma and demon- d y be covere lblic 215 WCM .Sigma ciety Jpen t0 HUY ot limifffi n number Of uint average v?,, 'Q Siudent G0VerI"ln1en1, ! i 1 I i i i i i E fa, yr" ,gg-sg ,. gf Lal ,.-my , .fr 1.2- I.. f"'T 4 .gi .A 1 f r I 5 r t Council, which was first established in 1922 is The Stuclen the student government organization. It serves as the principal liaison agent between the student body and the school authori- thoritative voice of the smdents. The Student ties and is the au 'l controls the use of student activity fees and handles Counci all financial matters involving the general student body, The Council is also in charge of all elections of class officers and Student Council Representatives. The members are elected by o ular vote in the spring quarter of each year, with the ex- P P ception of the freshmen who are elected at the first of the fall quarter. GEORGE HARRIS OFFICERS GEORGE HARRIS Preyizlevzt SAMMY VANLEER Vice-Preri1ie1zl DICK RossELoT Secrelary SKEETER Ho1.L1s Trcamrer Student Council ls Voice for Stu. Armsirong D, L Brown J. . Baker, B. H. Bak R W Beige,-I P, E. F d -t - Cobb,C.K. ef- - - - E,w. K- Hogrf: Fuenies, R. Bzrgfgsog. F. G, W. M2211 Harvard, T. P. Hows' ,Q .Hn - Howle. W. H. ,RVSSQI4 Qfhy 290 51iShe is as t , JU le sch2elPr1ncipag -ents To aurhori. f u he Smdfur CCS and hand! flldent bod 98 CIS e iifeftleqedbi af, Xvlth thee te first of the fain CCIS and :ice tt Bolgeft pavif. EG' W. Halflfv H, Hgvllen Tv 'fr W 'gy , M' f as in Students in Government of School t V 1 I 1 Y: hegf?'JG-AL- Killian, w. P. Lyons, w. w. Maftison, R. c. Rossa' Osborne, F. J. Reeves, H. E. Riftlemeyer, G. A. Thorns il - G- Ruple, M. T. Schrimsher, B. Sherwood, R. W. e v E- E- VanLandingham, B. VanLeer, S. Way, D. L, 291 . K, 1 . 1' ' . fi t . E ' V I .A JJ.. Af x A A. A .3 I f. f ' v. 6' D . 2 .ing 5452 1 "ff McDonough, R. B. Roberts, P, J. Summers, J, C. White, C. C. Student Trial Board -yn S L H + Ri lil, Firs'r Row: Kell Williams, Slaler Marshall, Sammy Van Leer lCl1airmanl, Garner? KEITH, ceorg Hams. .ew ' ' ' P B l Bill Dunlap. e O g Russ McDonough, Bobo Davis, Bob LiHle, Bill All, Raymond Baker, al oger, IFC Trial Beard llu lxvv l L H 'I' R' l1 : J lu G ' ' - e o ig + o n reasel, Fen Rhodes, Willis Ludwig, Rudy Klaas lChairmanl, Bill Meeker, Zelle Lassiler, Wade M 292 ilchell Q ur' Ewa A xg. K 1 +5 -A ia ,, l,,, , ,W v,,, Lf if X y il K M. . CHARLES COBB, Business Manager The Blue Print Worlc.s to Portray the Students Activities During tbe Year be 1 ,i '14 sy, V vt, is new 'as,., mi 'f ,wfifyffiyyyww mrfgfgf '+,g,2.zs3ge?' Aft Tflfk , XWX i an fw1,f,Wt ,Mics , gf? a4WRf'f fffi JERRY COMER . ...... Ciifculmfiont-Collectiom Md12dg81' PROFESSOR J. C. BROOKs ...,..... Pmrlzy Adwtor EDITORIAL STAFF: jimmy Bower, Tomrny Cobb, Maxcy Cochran, Dick Collett, Warren Faglier, Roger Flerning, Marvin Goembel, Bill Green, jim Hardee, Byron Hill, Sonny Howard, Bill Karnprneier, Bob Klett, Dan Laird, Herb Lyndsay, Woody Morris, Fred Perkins, Grattan Rowland, George Roy, Sonny Sainmons, Charles Schwartz, jam6S Srnythe, Bill Van Landingham. BUSINESS STAFF: Lee Baumgartner, C. N. Burton, Louis Drake, Bill McAlpin, Beirne Prager, George Rittelmeyer, Chip Robert, Paul Roberts, Stewart Walker. AL NICHOLS, Fraternities Editor FRED SMITH, Organiiailons Edna' 'tiofw Fi' . A tr . ic A.-weve-,X ,, ia-5 K S i' S , , ., Q - Qwsslfl' 5. Features I Woody l tx "2 1 ,Q ,, ki l I I slag men DICK q Pli0l'0gI-apt l of Fealures Eclilor Wendell Barfielcl and Edilor Woody Bar+leH discuss Beau+ies Secfion. 'Q mf , Ni' Sfaff pholograpllers Phil Malos and Charles Sco++. Ari' Eclifor . D V , ,U BOB WADE ' L! X 1 AA, Classes Edifor Sheff members, 'rhe unsung heroes of 'rhe book, falk +l1ings over. DICK COOK FRED WARE BLAIR STEVENS f 1g?2'l'5-Lgv 5 DAVE ARMSTRONG ROGER SHOEMAKER Co-Sporls Edilor WALTER BOYD Co-Sporls Edilor Plmofograplwy Eclifor Fall Adverlising Manager Winfer Adverfising Manager LUX? ' ,L,!f 1' , ,mM,f, .awe as-"1 A 345' ' ' 1 'i SV' 4 , ff ff Q . we -:Q ' n .im l I 4 11 l + rl EA K Q . l ,I ,M , - 19 5164 'f R4 link 1.43, Ll 3,15 offs, A 2 '. SK - Ng ' ,J I 33 if-ff' - 1-+A w A A A ' ----. A "1 .svfW?4-1 V.: ' .512 'w . V s' 4 'E 447 ' , I ' 2 eq Ls il BOBO DAVIS . . Arrociate Edin, PHIL KAPLAN ....... Feazare Editor BILL Scorr ...... Circulation Manager JIM RICHARDSON . Arrirtant Circulation Manager PAT MCGARITY . . Arrirzanz Adnerziring Manager DR. J. P. VIDOSIC ...... Faculty Admof ' P I 1 -X , g,,,..,, .,g. g,K1g , , EDITORIAL STAFF: Raymond Baker, C. R. Balch, ' . ' Neal Bradley, Robert Cannon, David Chandler, Law- B i ' rence Cowart, Will Decker, Monroe Edwards, Ron. ' nie Hanna, Harrison Hightower, David jimmerson, Don Kelley, Henry Rowland, Charles Scott, Mike Tennenbaum, Charles Touchton, jim White. ' BUSINESS STAFF: Pete Bergstrom, Arthur Blake, A ' Frank Chew, C. H. Crandall, Alton Fonville, Bill Goodhew, Ken Harmon, Roy Pickren, Charles Simp- son, jim St. John, Charlie Valentine, Ken Weather- VJZIX. BOB BEACH, Edi+or . 47' - - 1 I I Al Ell bee and Advefllsing H Business Manager ef Weir dag, E-3 The Editorial Sheff wriies many ariicles on new engineering discoveries. Manager Frank Hollberg discuss I, of'-R JN Anociare EM' Fiiatme Etlilor rzlatzon Manage' zzlgtion ivfmgel ly-ming Mmmger PWM Adm, ICF, B I Chandler,1Zl,llf 'Edwards R0. A M4553 .ul-,Q a e wid Jhnmersolg, - rrfv- an-? -i 'les SCOU, Mike White. l i, Arthur Blake n Fonville, Bill ,Ch 1 ' . ilqeriirriiiieillrilit H"s quile a big job lo sell ads. Jusl ask 'lhe Business Sl'aFF. :- 1' 1 AL ELLERBEE, Business Manager Engineer, Campus Technical Magazine, Features Einslein's Life Highlights 1. gi' 4 8 IJ ii ,e.. .flff . - , ' Ed' rbee and Allgihii Phil Perdue and Charles Blondhelm are +l1e Ari' Eclvlors. HARRY STEVENS M'n"9"'9 '+C' discllss 297 6, rw K. RUSS McDONOUGH, Editor A. B. PERVIS, Business Manager The Technique, Campus Paper, Reports Cn Events ot Interest to the Students ' s l l t i - it X JOHN RITTELMEYER . . . Ativertising Manager HAL WIGHTMAN . Assistant Advertising Manager 1 DON SISTRUNK . Assistant Aclvertising Manager L. D. WATERS ..... Circulation Manager AL LEE, JR .... Assistant Circulation Manager .TERRY COMER ...... Photography Etiiwf DIANE MICHEL ......... Secretary FEATURES STAFF: Myrl Allincler, George Dick, Gavin Parrish, james Peacock, William Stacey, Rob- err Taylor. NEWS STAFF: J. B. Michael, Alton Fonville, Jr., Delano Knight, Dave Way, Herb Sherrow, Paul Arnold, Bill Oakes, Bayley Walker, Hal Reeves, BQb Gotsch, Wayne -Tennings, Bob Gay, Bill White, Offlll Morris, Vance Fry. SPORTS STAFF: Joel Esmond, Michael Hutton, Darryl Leiter, Bob Lofblacl, john Waters. l PAT BOLGER, Managing Editor 298 on 2 w ager :orls ents Jing Mmmgel imzg Mdffdge' ring llldfldgel tion llldfldgff tion Mmmgff ww EW , Secrefdfl george Dick, Stacey, Rob- F0f1Vll-les lrll herr0W, Pauli s, B0 vliiflfoffill ,S, Money is +l1e vi+al subjecl' a+ 'l'l'1e weekly Business S'I'aFF mee+ing. lu '1 CAROL FREEDENTHAL, Sporls Edilor LES HORN, Fealure Edilor S f' BOB MARBUT, News Edifor mf' BILL KILLIAN, Ediforial Assis+an+ Plans are laid for flwe nexf bi-weekly, 8-page issue. l 5 l i x L i J--. 1-1 Y All, W. H. Bartlett, W. Cobb, C. K. Ellerbee, A. W. Publications Board The Publications Board, made up of representatives from the student publications, is the governing body on policy and scope of coverage of each of the three cam- pus publications. ln addition, the Board is promoting a new campus feature magazine, The Rambler, which OFFICERS DEAN JOHN J. PERSHING .... . Chairman PAT BOLGER ........ . Secretary MEMBERS Blue Print Representatives WOODY BARTLETT ..,........, Editor CHARLES COBB ......... Barinerr Manager Engineer Representatives BOB BEACH .............. Edizor AL ELLERBEE . . . Burinerr Manager l soo Beach R R Bolger, P. E. McDoi1ou'gh,' R. B. Pervis. A- B- Wanis Magazine they hope will soon make its appearance. The editors, business managers and faculty advisors from the Blue Print, Engineer and Technique are automatically mem- bers of the Board together with a representative from the Student Council and Pi Delta Epsilon. Technique Representatives Russ MCDONOUGH ........... A. B. PERVIS .......... Baraaesr Manage' , Editor Student Council Representative PAT BOLGER Pi Delta Epsilon Representative BILL ALL 1 Faculty Adivors I PROF. H. C. ADAMS ...... - TQCIWWZ PROP. J. C. BROOKS . . . ' Blue mn Engrneef' PROF. P. VIDOSIC . ' :zine . The editors, VOID the Blue atically mem- entative from , . .Editor rineff Mdfldgff , T efhfziqflf . B!11ePff"' . Efzgineff I' - U , ,, so , V 5472, 5 a -1.9, Departfneni-an O O I SOCIG1-les PRESTON SAVAGE ' MEMBERS NOT PICTU RED GULFEKIN, C. KIMBALL, R. M. OVERBY, J. R. The student chapter of the American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists, under the leadership of Preston Sav- age, president, Roger Kimball, vice-president, Donald Hankins, secretary, and Bill Phillips, treasurer, affords the student an opportunity to become better acquainted with the chemistry and dyeing of textiles. This is accomplished through the use of motion pictures, field trips, and speakers who are prominent in the textile field. The purpose of the Association is the pro- motion of an increase in knowledge of the application of ma- terial learned in the classroom to industry and to encourage research on chemical processes. sw aj! .V IIISFICSII SSGCIEIICII C ISX- II S SITIISIS an 0 0 I' I S S aa -'i B I d, B. ee GF' G. Carr, J. D. Cl 1 R' E. Qobbl C, K, Hankms, D, M, Phillips. B. M. 'SSJSZQ' 'S' X' Keil'.0rTZ MT. 1.1-T ' ' ' Shulock, H. I. TBYOV- - ' 302 ,af X fl L' ff E C I T In of Textile reston Sav. ld Hankins Student ati 3 Chemistry 1811 the use ' l9f0Hlinem is the pm. :lon of mg. eUCOL11'iigQ oi Tet lorisls Llflnr 'A, l. Tayloft t . gig i X lei Be"'e'- T- D- Beqqerow c w Borom M P . ' ' ' I - f B dl ,E. L. Elgzgvielll B. Collier, R. E. Fuller, S. H. Hr:ad?YC. M, Teague -W T- Monroe, G. D. Sfill. H. P. Swanson, C. H. ' - ' Tesfon. T, J. waldhsuef, w. o. wafshaw, s. I. American Ceramic Society The Georgia Tech branch of the American Ceramics Society, established here in 1926, has since become an active organization On the campus, sponsoring frequent talks by prominent engineers and business men in industry. The Society is active in several social functions, which provide a welcome break in the campus lives of its nineteen members. Bill Waldhauer is president, ably assisted by Roger Collier. They lead the group in unified endeavors to become acquainted with industrial demands and improvements. The Society is large enough to accomplish its purposes, but not too large to prevent close association between its members and a friendly atmosphere favorable for advancement. Henry Still is secretary and Graham Monroe is treasurer. xffwl C594 so ig- ? Q v aw I , EB ii A UUNN, QW' MEMBERS NOT PICTURED AMRHEIN, A. G. BRADLEY, R. E. MERCER, J. W. BILL WALDHAUER X,-4 ,Y 4. fl. 'A ., fn. ff. V Q 1' xt I WADE McCOY The Georgia Tech student chapter of the Amer- ican Chemical Society through lectures, demon- ions and movies, promotes interest in the fields of chemistry and chemical engineering. Growing rapidly, the Tech chapter is affiliated with the na- h lar est oldest and best known, tional Society, t e g , ation in these fields. Under the leadership Sflfilf organiz of Wade McCoy and Bill Killian, its members are accurately informed on the latest developments in industrial techinques and accomplishments. Charles O'Nea1 ably keeps the roll and Dickie Matrison is in charge of finances. Members enjoy the information and services which they receive from the Society's ollicial magazine, a weekly publication. American Chemical Socleiy UDEN, A F 'X 5 l fA.'N N V QC : U 4 MEMBERS NOT PICTU RED ,Y A, COSNER, J. C. RoBERTs, W. W. Aikman, C. D. Borsh . . Green. w. J. erlf+l?l,RMi'Nl. Egr:ri1r?1ldi1'sJilLi Elehowm' J' R' Dime" G' W' Dodds- C- Elsenbach' R' L" Jones, T. A. Jue, ll. P. Killian w' li lgancock' W' K' Haske"' C' C' "eH'eY- D- W' Johannes' R' K' Mufphfee, L. c. Meeeughy, E. L. MeNai'r L' lj 'F- F- Marfin, H. E. Mafhews, H. E. Melllsen, R. C- Towns, D. L. Troxler M D Turn 'C .R ' O Neal' C' H' P"0V0. J- L. Randall, C. T. 'Schmldh R- M- ' ' ' e" ' ' Vaughn- H' C- Vfwm. F. Q. Wheeler, J. A. wlllieme, J. M. Gravenmier. 1- E' Johnson C- 5- Meredilll. J' cb L Thornbor0U9h- ' Winn, W- H' :- --fe -' Q . -.Q 2 X c E'QE':TV E as f Aikman, C, E Eisenbach, R. Jeffrey, D, W Murphree, L. Am The thirl CUIOY mov the C Greasel al monotony fl1I1CEl0n5. Pfesentedl of Pf0fessil technical D lngm in the IS H1 Charg, 304 Amer- 3IT10r1. ' fields owing lie na. :nown ership if S are ments ments. Dickie enjoy 'eceive veekly Socie, GrH"'l isenbich' Kli. Jail? ohannef' R' c. M" wf af+ifg'3'i'M- 'J ciiiiimi' 1' M' Aikman, C. D. Beach, R. R. Borsh, R. Branch, H. E. Brown E. H. Clark G. Cook R. W. Dnefzel G W Eisenbach, R. L. Ellerbee, A. W. Engel, R. E. Efhridge, F. A. Fudge' T. G. G I G. R H Il 'J A H II R W tffrety, D. Johnson, G. E. Jones, T. A. Keenan, J. P. Killian, W. P. Larrjyqagiei Mgcbonalcl, R, N, Million R C urp ree, . C. Provo, J. L. Rogers, W. H. Rosselol, R. G. Rozelle, G. D. Sealon, W. W. Thornborough, D. L. Williams J M A A . E t. 1- 1- f C I E ' I E . The thirty-four members of the Tech chapter of A. I. Ch. E. enloy movies and lectures concerning their mutual interestsg the held of Chemical Engineering. The chapter, led by john Greasel and Gordon Johnson, offers several breaks in the monotony of school life during the year in the form of social functions. For high scholastic achievements, annual awards are presented by the chapter, thereby increasing initiative and pride of profession. Members also participate in the presentation of technical material at the annual national convention. Enroll- fllerlt in the chapter is handled by Bob Beach, while A1 Ellerbee IS IH charge of finances and dues. M EM BER NOT PICTU RED EISENHAUER, W. C. 305 JOHN GREASEL Q sWDfNr can-1:9 The Architecture Society is a student branch ofthe Georgia Chapter of the Am Membership is somewhat exclusive, being open to d De- Architecture students who not only have mastere sign 209, but rank in the upper two-thirds of their class. f fellowship, and in addi- erican Institute of Architects. The organization is a center o tion to the annual Beaux Arts Ball, it sponsors several ' e small arties. The society fills a more important purpos , P however by co-sponsoring prominent visiting lecturers, providing exhibits for Engineers' Week and representing the college in many other such ways. MEMBERS NOT PICTU RED ADKINS, J. CHAPMAN, H. B. COLEMAN, H. C. DARDEN, E. A. HALL, W. L. HOLLMAN, W. N. HOWARD, R. A. HowEY, J. R. HUDLOW, C. JENKINS, H. N. LUSE, S. M. F. MALOOR, N. L. MEALING, E. T. PAATS, M. PAROVE, R. P. ROBERTS, V. T, RoGERs, R. C, VENTULETT, T. W, VIAL, P. J. American Institute oi Architects l Abercrombie, S. E. Adam, J V asumgsfdnef, c. M. Blondhl' 5 A Afmvffong. D. L. Atha T v H 5 R. S.:::s:zLimf-C E.-My?-"Pg-g ' '5':f,2'-,J-EA ganewt F. ester 5' S' img. 5. My -.- enon,.. "' ye,,, "' H'I',. Hodqes. L. R. Homan, C, E. Eggllaeihlkwl J. 104:23 G. H' 306 SP KI' giigti Q Thom PICTURED LSE, S, M- F XLOOR, N. i EAUNG, El ATS, M- ROVE, R. P, JBERTS, V' T. PGERS, R. C' TNTULETT, Tl AL, P, slwilecls OFFICERS CHARLES BLONDHEIM . . . . . . Prefidenz HOWARD MELTON . . . Vice-Prefidem TED ATHA . . . . . Secretary JERRY DILTS . . Treasurer' 'X 5 4 az 'Sax if? Sponsors Visiting Lecturers atv -2 ' '14 5241 , ww' in G x .ff ' I , F. s. Klinger, S. F. Kalman, R. liflwgop' JA PC lgglllsseas. J. SR' Mlchon. J. M. Moore. J. T. 'f O Sri l Shlves, R. L. Bar,-gH,w'E'M- Pelers, R. C. Reese, J. M. 33-nvgall Wurz, J. A. Cfgnmjlql. Thompson, R. E. when, R. H. ' ' - - HQIS 'G . Jo,-,gh ' 3307 Mt 0 fx.. ' - il . 'Q ,, ' i r 0" ,fi l Melton, H- I- Parroll, R. C. S ' 1 M. E. welger . Zeller, E. CHARLES BLONDHEIM l Versatile 2 .2 -A X, x 'fy ' . i 'Q 316 ' 43 ,3 1. I - 1-. , lm 'St ft gb 4' .gr ist 2,0 ' 'if g . The Georgia Tech Chapter of The American Institute of Electricai Engineers, established in 1915, is one of the 141 student branches in leading colleges of the United States, Canada, and Mexico. The Chap- ter's president, Tom Keating, works with the other oiiicers in planning and organizing tours, movies, lectures, and demonstrations appealing to E. E. students. The vice-presidents are Robert Corn, James Plaisance and Gilbert McQuaig. The secretary is Henn Rebane and Wayne Waddell is treasurer. Since its foundnig in 1884, the A. I. E. E. has grown to be the largest engineering society in the world with over 57,000 Cincluding studentsj members. The institute has contributed largely toward the remarkable progress in the electrical field since the latter part of the nineteenth century. Engineer Is American Institute IW' .40 AWG , la. rib Qlfild. Qnihorsii A. Armstrong J. H Arrants W W A fh r r. . . ar ey, .A. Baynard, JI. S, ' Bev 'R J' - nr ur, W. Ayas A ' G W ?:ZZ"'rlls.B' E'i'S'iZ24s:"rN'J Steen- S. L. csiili, wfi. gfafiiawi Elms' H' M' 02155 T' E Stslitfii ii' H iillifinf i E ggfgfen- ff- Qf- f,flufIinq.L'R. 'sf FfiiiiriiilIF,ll1'.Jii. ff2l"rhaRA Ji s gwfngl- 3-Lb. g2:iQlDeBs'rR' P' gha5ln'.i'i'd' C'eme"li"S'.V'. goiwnAKRJ e . . . earn, . A. Holcomb J A Hughes 'R 'A' i ertson, R. G Griffi ' S- , ar en, . . Day, J. . u e. ' ' ' - - - Hundl J C i n' ' F' Hand. C. A. Harris L. Harvard T P ' ' ' ' K hrs E R SY. Hunter, T. C. Jenkins, H. H. Josey, R. E, 5 f 'fal'1ChC ' The Cljagf 1 Planning aPPe8liIIg i Plaisanqe, nd Wayne Elecffkfu tht? largest E Sfudentsj -emarkable nmeteemh Istiiule ARAFEH, A. K. BENSON, A. B. BLANCHARD, H. BOBO, K. N. BOYD, P. R. BROWN, D. C. BUSH, A. M. CAIN, W. D. CAMPBELL, C. R. CARTER, J. V. CLARK, C. A. CLARK, W. L. COCHRAN, J. M. CROSS, B. J. DARROCH, R. D. DAVIS, L. H. DUFFER, H. G. ECKER, A. H. ELLERBEE, T. B. FALCON, G. D. MEMBERS NOT PICTU RED GIACOMAN, A. S. POWER, H, D, GILLIS, A. K. PUGH, J. C, GLEASON, C. I RITIER, K. H, GOLD, R. C. GRAY, D. W. HADDEN, T. E. ROBERTS, G. T. ROEDER, R. S. SANDERFORD, P. R. HALL, M. S. SIMONS, F. M. HEINRICH, K. J. SMITH, D. R. HOLT, J. M. SMITH, H. E. JONES, E. D. SMITH, J. R. JONES, C. E. STILL, J. E. JONES, E. L. SWANEY, G. W. LASSETER, W. L. TALBOT, C. D. LENHOLT, R. E. THOMAS, J. D. LEWIS, E. L. THOMAS, J. E. LYNES, E. S. WELCH, H. L. MARTIN, A. L. WEISSENBERY, P. MITCHELL, G. H. WESTBURY, T. J NASH, B. E. WILLIAMS, R. E. PLEDGER, E. R. POWELL, H. B. WISE, H. D. ZEINATI, Y. A. of Electrical Engineerxs Aim 1.1, f 'W . . P I , I I 2 ,W--W--- A .. Wm , 1 -- , ' A UA.. .K Z6 TOM KEATING Af ww. 20 ,I .1 X - 1 . ,SC ' A af , ,QI .f 7 Le ie J Man ham A Marfin W D Marfinez F R McClung F. L. '1 f. .D. - A, Lowery. H- J- 9. ' ' 'd' 'A.'a. P I I, J.'s.' ' Payne. JfV. Eeldlgn Mcmnne ' H. C- H2C33!igC.GM'E kfgcgl-Z' G. C. Moreiras, Jose Nesmlih, Rt :2Lfg:3rge,R. E' Pfozp. R. R' Rabe' R. E. sIfdu,,nI.J' Pfannkucle. T. E. Phillips J D' ' Pincus' R. Plaisance. J- J- P0"f"of,,"'T ' ' Rofh MI Sager, w. H. scoff, c. w. 3' H. gZ?,gnhK'R' SSEGVE. Reed, .A.. Richarzis. R- V- gol?51'fskJ' H' g'5pff:,',d B. Sfeefe, W. J. S'repl':densonvJkW. aflevi?s,JCCH. ' '-- ' ,. '+h,G.W. mI.- - ' wh' ,J. W ... va..- S' V' Toms' T- J. igswieill, R. D. Elsglker, F. T. Walker. W' R- Wwe- B' 'me' Oo Cox Kahrh ' E. I I 1 I V4 If 2 McDaniel, R. L. Pederson, R. J. Ready. S. L. Sharpfon, R. E. Sfreef, E. E. Young, L. R. GENE PALMER - ,A4 hi-- l .iii J ,Iii f5ql',,, fl Y' A 1 'w . 'ifvi 4 'X' gi, I, . ,, . 'fsfaf 0 It A .. .. I 3 A 3 . l l 'R l L 3 1 l The American Institute of Industrial Engi- nwmcmnmhmtawnaofwwkwpmgmmsmr the benefit and enlightenment of its members throughout the year. These programs were held at the regular meetings of the organization each Tuesday under the direction of Gene Palmer, president, Charles Spencer, vice-president, Da- vid Brown, secretary, and Bryan Sargent, treas- urer. Noted engineers were asked to give talks and advice to the members that they might get a better insight into their chosen professions. The organization also presents a trophy to the outstanding sophomore in industrial engineering each year. -V? IN MEMBERS NOT PICTURED CHIOTELLIS, N HAYES, R. W. MATTHEWS, W. MINTON, D. C. MoRsE, A. R. PRUETT, T. A. YUEN, L. B. American Institute of Industrial Engineers slr l ii v i. .lilf -. J' 9 1 'Ji P g . .A K 4 ' 5 f . Adams, R. D. Bagwell, G. D. Berman S E Bl k ' Qhampion' D L, Coker' R. G- Cole. Bt B' ' C::n:n5hkP.Al- goonke. B. L. Boswell, M. R. Brooks, H. L. Brown D. A. Burrell. F. W. Fuveash, J. M. Foster, D. P. Ga D. M ' - - OO., T. H. Daniels, W. D. Dau h' V ' I J. James B E Johnsfon R A K Y. d H Gorman, J, D, Guffm W Q Hamer R C H P url.. Dickson, R. E. DrcHJrii,1S.H ,,,enn au ,, ,Q I., Mote, F. T. Muse, W. H. New,eM7i L. lgsrliagiifnsl 5: lgfepii. R. M. McCleskey, H. E.Manladii, egl N. Migggono Jlz D. lltliiller, A. W. RUSNOH. K. Sargent, B. B. Satferwhite, H. Sheppard' S we ' O' V' Palmer, E. H. Peck, R. P. Perrin V 'D Richardson, J. E. rm, R. J. renew, c. s. Telleb h w. R. ri. . . . hofnh.-mi, R. J. smifh, F. E. sauiier, P. R. spenc1.f,'c.'P rsffange, c. c. ac 1 . ornPSon, R. Turner, C. S. Turner, E. E. Wald, J. K. Wrlburn, J. T. Wnlfe, R. E- T C Q IBERS N otunsnm fES. R. W FTHEWS W ITON, C: C' ISE. A. R. ETT, T, A. EN, L. B. I ol :ers irrell. 'puffy 'HI Un. MA w. mer. 5,, 1.5 chifis of c. 4 I , Zh. R15 yner, F. M. Lerdon, W. E. MacPherson, W. C. Association of Industrial Design Students is Organized In Architecture Department This year the Association of Industrial Design Stu- dents made its first appearance on the Tech campus. The Association received its charter early in 1955- Membership is open to all students who are enrolled in the school of industrial design and who have begun the series of required design courses which begin in the Second quarter of the sophomore year. v The purpose for the founding of such an organiza- tion was to cultivate a sense of ethical relationship be- tween the designer and his colleagues and clients, tho Opportunity for a medium of social activity among industrial design students, and communication with industrial design students at other schools as well as practicing designers. Lecturers and seminars are also Sponsored. MEMBERS NOT PICTURED BERNS, I. J. BROWNLEE, S. S. PISTOR, H. H. SILLAY, G. F. STANSBURG, B. H. OFFICERS LOUIS SILLAY Prefideazl FRANCIS JOYNER Vice-Prefidefzl IRWIN SCHUSTER Secretary SHERWOOD BROWNLEE Treamrer LOUIS SILLAY DICK MYRICK MEMBERS NOT PICTURED ANTONIO, M. HICKERSON, J. M. HUGHES, B. W. KEITH, R. M. NIARCHMAN, G. BIYRICK, R. S. PATTON, R. A. RHOADES, D. J. SCHNABEL, J. WEEMS, L. J. WHITE, E. W. WRAY, J. D. WRIGHT, J. D. YOUNGBERG, P. OFFICERS DICK MYRICK . . Pfefidenz DANIEL RHOADES . . Vice-Prefidenz FRANK WILLIAMS . . Secretary WALTON SMITH . . Treasurer Discussions and Field Trips Barker, J. M. Berman M D Cochra G A h f H- C' . ' ' ' . . . C d ll, J. D. Dau9 er Y- 31222, Erikson, R. Escobap L. Faomisf? R. R. Frisbee, E. M. Kenh - H.enderson, R. E. Jimmerson, D. C. Johnson, R. E. Jones- L' I' . . . Kirk, R. C. Lessig, C, Leware' J, F, Mann, G. 312 exidelzz elidem 'Cfefdfjl eamrel' The Georgia Tech Student Chapter of the American So- ciety of Civil Engineers received its charter in 1924. It is active in obtaining films, speakers, etc. It also takes the lead in the planning of entries for Engineers' Week from the CE Department and provides a medium for the get- together of students and exchange of ideas. Field trips sponsored by the chapter give members a chance to see the theory of Civil Engineering translated into practical use. Membership is open to junior and Senior CE students only. However, the meetings which are held in the CE building are open to assist students in the Department. SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS FOUNDID l851 0 d Trip Held by American Society oi Civil Engineers 4? V mek-f xl? Y -C . it . 4 . A His A 5 xi, yviii N 1 ,. i v fl lg, . Xp- f -2 , hi. V , - K faux - 'iii-i K 4525 if X i A 4' ',fJ9 hy J. L. Newsom M - TA 5. Moody, R. Murp , R A l. i1ii?3."'cS'pE' May' G' D' Bliiill' YT' l'Yi3'SSTzli?'S. ggafggga' ?ZQ1ZZT'l."lf' 53,212 l t Daugleflm lsalldelk, 6. iz. EiJffmp'iii'Ai' Smifh, W. E. Qyyfhlowf' Williaim, P. E. wllloll. 1. M. wlll M A Fllsbeli L Teffelbach, D. c. vlckifs, D. L. Walker, J. s. Y- - JOHWQ. Mal-lrll 23153 The Tech chapter of the A. S. M. E., with its 131 members, provides an excellent opportunity for M. E.'s to get together for the purpose of discussing the most recent developments in their Held. Sam Hutchins heads the Society in their activities, assisted by Shelby Barre. Bill Dunlap is the secretary and Earnest Epps is treasurer. The weekly meetings of the chapter are often supple- mented by lectures by leaders in this and allied fields. Among the privileges accorded members is subscription to the monthly journal of the parent society, which deals with new developments and techniques involved in the industry. With one of the largest memberships of any society on the campus, the chapter continues to grow, as an enjoyable outlet for the interests of those students interested in mechanical engineering in its various phases. American Society of Mechanical Engineers 'X Ig, , .0 1 vc' 1 K1 P ' X' 5 V. .l,, Abel A B Akins E e An- d M ' if tr s nf, J. ii. ' ' ' - "' e" ' '3"iS0"- F- E- A f' . 313.3 5zi:Li7-.li 2SEZL.iE'.f... N, 3252345 H 24i3+?'5'r- ggZiihir'R.Ri.J' 5?.2."ELe'.RtL- Bf'fffe'd- B- S- P' safe- W' .:,.f:.i-B,-vp ?.z:2:r..Y'.ti. 2.T2fp1Y'A' it ' Epiifkt-'r. E.'5:ki'S-HH' Ge 'Ee giiiihi-W' H' iiiiiihis- D3il"ii1.'3.Dr HlI',W.G. H' G' ,, or... p- Gfl',-' o ins owne. W. W. Huber, J. C. Huffaker, R. E. Hwnil' P H Hancock, C. I. Hafber, H. G. Hrjpfljlllgl F. Elianrcighgi R Hglland, W. E. U9 95. C. C. H we' J' E' HUIE, J. T. Hull, W. T. Hutchins, S. F. IveY. C' A' Has lieth Y. I, H mil' L lrgqm: D- Q lihnililel might E MW Q C9 - Fl L G S k m Y I MEMBERS NOT PICTURED BENSON, A. BRADLEY, J, P, BROCK, O. S. DOYLE, G. L. LANGSTON, C. E. NUNAMAKER, R. R. SEAT, W. W. TAYLOR, W. N. TRAWICK, A. J. ULPH, E. SAM HUTCHINS ers Has Weekly Inform alive Lecture if K fx Jacob . l. l-l . J, M. l. V - Kaplan, P. A. lc ln, l-l. e. Q M. Nam' Long. H. 's. Lines, G. w. ,,,,Jp.ID' gfiohff D' ' glroggaoll, E. A. ?llLor,Kc.Rc. . n c ' U' . - . , . . HH W. E' Trerzlflrf? law- Sheppard, W. D. Srrrlpion, F. M. C,'A- ' ' ' Valleio., R. Wagner, W. B. VN:-1' 4 va.-G. rw 5' K f nf V ' 1' 'T 'ff ki ll. , v' X .U , . . 4 J x F ' ' X , ? fo r ls 2 qqq, . l M.-.: 351, . 3 ,ca V '?' 'Q Q7 . r : L ' . 'X L 1 3 . l l A f - fl A' I , J ' P. B. L , J. B. Leach, G. M. Lepperf, A. M. Linde, D, W. Kocher' E' C' 5,1r::lf5:n'lfEiCe E Maongflnogvl, T. B. Magnon, H. L. Merrell, J. w. Morris, P. E. Morrison, R. M. Lyon' R. R. J Owens M 'P I Ozmer, P. R. Panialeo, P. F. Paul, H. D. Pervis, A. B. Pinson, C. L. Ovemreet'A' Robinsbn 'G' l-l, Sale. o. Salvador, M. F. Sandford, J. M. SBYEFS, R. s, Schmidl, R. M. Qufmf' G' ' Sf Chowigk E. Sfasfny, T. G. Sfewarf, W. A. Suarez, C. E. Swany, G. R. Tafro, P. R. m:c?QnS.JC'F wine F. A. ' Werneck, l. A. Whife, R. s. wnoflon, R. s. Williams, w. M. Yearous, e. w OFFICERS SID THOMAS Prefidevzt JERRY TAYLOR Vice-Prefiflerzl HARRY SIEKER Secretary REG WALTERS Trefzfmer MEMBER NOT PICTURED RICHTER, T. H. Crumpfon, C. L. Dodd. J. H- Rai, P. B. Sanford, e. A. Taylor, G. K. Thomas. 5- F- L b, , J. L. Morera, L. P. sieklliferil sfeubinq. V- R- Trimble, O. M. Walters. R- R- Lecturers Featured in P anners Society SID THOMAS veg The Georgia Tech Planners Society is one of the newest or- ganizations on our campus. It was established in September, 1954. The Society is one of the few organizations here at Tech restricted solely to graduate students. These students must be enrolled in the Graduate School of City Planning, Department of Architecture. The purpose of organizing such a society WQS to further the interest in city planning among students. T.h1S has been accomplished through programs featuring outstanding speakers in City Planning and allied fields, along with student and faculty discussion programs, and various other social functions. 316 In. Q 59 ff, gf "-.. Ml' aa Ruple M. . Thompson, W. MEMBERS NOT PICTURED BROWN, G- A- BRUCE, A. DAVIS, G. ECKER, H. A. GASSLER, J. H. GORE, 0- A- HAYES, R. T. HOUSEMAN, E- O- JONES, A. H. KEAOY, R. B. KITCHENS, L. E. LORD, C. G. LOWRY, T. N. NORTHERN, H- O- PEANNKUCHE, T. E. PRINGLE, J- J- ROTH, F. D. SIMONDS, F. M. SIMMONS, J. W. SKELTON, P. SYN, W. M. WALKER, E. M. WALKER, J. C. WILSON, J. C. The Georgia Tech chapter of the In- stitute Of Radio Engineers was estab- lished in 1945. Its chief purpose is to promote interest of its members in the science of radio communication and its related fields. The president Of the so- ciety is Wayne Waddell. He is ably as- sisted by vice-president Bob Sharpton, secretary Bill Moss and treasurer Fred Button. Institute Oi Radio Engineers -Q Z , 7 iii kIeyAHUuOnHF . W Black J rown H B Brown N Bac A B B van R J B'9 E ' ND RAD cwsdwafdsms Armstrong, J. Balcerak R. 'S. Barker, D. E. BBYl'l5.fd. J- 5- Bensfan' J'O' Ciu,-fney J. DDarroch, R. D. Day..-I T R Agollini EA Jaungeri W Jouhiiisiaen B F Johnson P C-im R. J. Cauthen: I. L. Chan:nberS. R' Ch?Q'n' J' SH' Hand, C.. A. Hearn,.L. gguliay W E Main: G C Moss W R Murray R V O Bryant R O iliiisciilsoai Eioiharg' Li?rEfm'EE-RF' Eebfiilriio Fi i Leech. W. LowerY. Hji' i'40Cu?agi:iJg'R..E.ProDD YR R RdYm0nd R R d 5 L Reed W A Robem J H Overshget- - Ones, . . 6 FS, . - ' - . -k B' Porfanava, . - J. Partridge, A T I I W J Storn erg G Street E E Thompson R Saqer W 'gi:3liInii:risaeyiB gbrbiiisivaivsi giivarilpioni Rt TlboiiBcZA'JA.M ThiZi1dT1Y'Cii1'G'i' Thiiliiger J A Woodcox V Woodward D Wyatf J C Young L R . - - ' ' ' ' F. . a . - ' ' Toney, P, A. Touchton, C. Waddell. D- Walker' 317 If I , Q! I if lu,-41 fx 5 Nous' 1 X 'A I ' ' l I ll' . . Q" I ' xi, ff: . ROLAND FUENTES MEMBERS NOT PICTURED BOWERS, W. L. BRIDGES, J. M. BRUCE, T. R. COLOM, L. E. DIETZ, C. G. FOTE, P. F. GUNN, C. E. HART, F. HAYS, P. N. HILL, K. W. KILGORE, 1. H. KNOX, E. C. NIANN, W. M. NIORGAN, J. R. NOFI, A. F. SINGELLTON, J. C. STOWERS, J. C. OFFICERS ROLAND W. FUENTES . - . Pfefidenf JAMES MAY . . . . Vice-Prefidenz ROBERT DROWNS . - Secretary RALPH EDEN, JR. . . Tfedfwer s-my Original Thought is Aim of AWEGWS. W. K. Blahnik, J. E. Bof W T B d A E Briffing, K. R. gLLgi52c:'n.8lV.MB. E5Z:dzackMG. G. Elreririin, J: Dr:laarrn'effE, R. Eroglnj. E. . m,D.K. ' ,L, or.-' Friedman, R. F. Fuentes, R. W Ganlygher L P EIwIiI:g'LDM Heikaus K. G. Howard, H. C. Johnson, C. E.. Karr, R. P: ' I Keai-1nQy,.H,.C, Klepper: A. C. Institute of the The National Institute of Aeronautical Sciences was founded with the purpose of encouraging original thought and new ideas in the minds of student aeronautical engi- neers so that they might be better equipped to contribute to progress in the rapidly advancing field of aeronautical engineering. The Institute serves as a means to coordinate the different phases of aeronautics, including practical engineering and methods of production as well as the field of education. Because the field of aeronautics is a comparatively new branch of engineering, the Institute has been able to contribute a great deal of help to its members through its varied and interesting programs on material not found in the classroom. I X I Y' X gala v-if X ,ri 4 5 HW ,gpg TTA ,QFD xp Q1 fs N Qf- 5 Y . 2. if 1:0 91+ 7lcAL 5 ' Aeronautical Sciences fiat f lv 1- l .,, any g t I 'Q I . if :B 'vi ' 5 if A Q . ' A s x Hass E , A 469: 1'2- A . gy ' - Q JR' R P Lowery N H Massey G R MBY J E d . . L fbi . - - ' ' ' P I ,' ef ' Psnisnfw. w. Lebkvecher R. P. Lee J. M. Leibowih. T. Mourdgch, S. E. Nash' M' S Rizbncifgh, R. A. Russ, R. M. McKmne D D gh I R K Morrow. H- '-- is fson T c. R0b"'5o"' ' ' Sh 'i w s smith c. E. :eatin L ivv ' i1Aececi.e2.yJ. ' ' giley. EJWV sliffnaiiswg. S. R G Q522g"'g, EL O' wS'aeffw'lighiQ RI e. Whitley, F. L. U and C H. Saint H. M. araVO,.- - Van der Om. - - ' ' ' Shner W G Taylolr J. P. Troncalli, D. l-- 319 1 x 1 L ww'-fs. L. f , fi. , -IQ! ' ,I K., , .-f s 4 i K A A L! L Miz-s,': , L, A ,L OFFICERS 1' 2 , K CHARLES SPENCER f . 1 ' 5 ,Z 9 , 5 X f Prefzcient QKETQZFQQ ,. ua . ,M . BRYAN SARGENT . Ki? . jf' R A Vice-Prefident - E rw., X W I, VA CARTER TERRELL aww 7 ,P Q A I Secretary , 1+ A I A fyifv'-1-fi 'A A JAMES WAID , ta . Tfeamrer .. I E- xl., P V,-, I , i 'a :A im , vv' E, Q I . T f'-fi Q f if x ., f gr X 'fa AXK- A' QE? 2 .2 CHARLES SPENCER i n Society for the Advancement of an 1 3' 'sv' J fy A 1 ' 1 -rn N 4? . I Rf' K if rt--,... . -wg-Sw Y, Adams, R. D. Bowen, H. P. Cook, T. H. Dalton, P. R. Guffin, W. S. Gumble, S. K. Keiih, F. R. Lariua, E. P. ,f1'.,f1 H, :sv , f 5 I ' N I . A R 5 f r'f2' Brooks, H. L. Brown, D. A. B C ll, R. H- Daupljin, V. M. Drourr, S. J. Dzmlgg' TA gfvs,2y'BLGH' goleml5anMA' A' G?IrL:r:'fson, R. 6- Hawkmson, T. A. 1-gicks, E. cs. Hugheg, Dj Rf Jagnes' B' E' Jazgs 'D iv Johnson, N. L. Law, H. V. Lindsay, H. E. Linn, J. V. Massey MauId'ing, R. McCIeskey. 320 u'FarI WLT J' C Vfnelllrg' M MEMBERS NOT PICTURED BROF, R. H. HOWELL, E. H. LEWIS, P. H. MINTON, D. C. MONTGOMERY, E. E. PRUEIT, T. A. WIGHT, W. L. WILLIAMS, R. E. The Society for the Advancement of Management is the recognized national professional society of management people in industry, commerce and education. Represent- ing no special interest, it is motivated by a selfless zeal to spread the benefits of scientific management wherever management is required. It has constantly adhered to the purpose of helping executives approach all phases of the management problem-production, distribution, admin- istration, industrial relations-in the engineering manner. The student chapter of Georgia Tech was the first departmental society in the Industrial Engineering De- partment, but has since opened its membership to all departments. Representation of all the engineering fields provides a more complete understandinv of management problems. D 'D ll Ol ManagementpromoiesScienTificManagement nell. R' FG. reflsolrlj ll' iigiliev- H' E' ff' "E fr 2 -A X ti ' Moon W, C. M ' J. EA Meyers, M. M. Miller, A. W. . l l1z5:"sn?- f- C' y,CGafg+v-,,P- F' 'g:L::.OYs'wW' rf.ii:1e'ezR: R- gfiiiiitcri' 22.1?:'z Bi Li izaizt- 2.2. 2:','.:z:,zP'25: 23: G' ' ' - . . W I ' ' ' I - ' . ' ' ' I Sheppard' D' M. Shzlslsard E. J. Shornhorsf, R. J. ShuIock,CHSI. Taker' E, E- Wand, J. K. Whorfon, R. B. Wolff, R. E. Teffell. C. S. Teffelbacfi, w. R. Thompson. R- T'J"'e" ' ' 321 l r X ' I' a- 1 1 X 12' R ,219 :ZW l l - d ,c. 's. H n, M. i Amen- R' K' B'W'is'e" R' L' Bmw' ihY'SJ'1.T'l Eii'lFgi?nC.T' G' ifdizfiilum, R. e. sieiiiiify, A. L. Minton, J. w Jimme'soQ',Q Dg C' ifoh,'i2iin'GR'pE' i222iis'R.'P.' P2Ffii61sA, J. P. Riley, R. s. Rqberfs. R- R- Sanfofd- J' M' innfh- siiggiifii Jf W. siiidy 'R. Ll. ' Tefflebach, D. C. Thornborouqh, D. L. walker, R. v. Williams, J. M. Wvaff. G. 8. e ef, . A Sociely of American Military Engineers 1 v i I l l . l Lf Jw' 151 i mini! 4,-4 v--Q Z 1 I r i The American Society of Military Engineers desires to bring together all Tech students that are interested in the field Of military engineering and the necessity for our country to stay prepared in that field. Membership is open to all Tech studCQfS- The club offers a varied program of speakers and field tf1P5 related to new developments in the field of military engilieeflllga a dance and banquet once a year, and an invitation to the SOQ1211 activities of the local chapter of their parent institution, which is a national organization. The officers this year are President jack Perryman, Vice-President Dave Zimmerman, Secretarl' Emilio Zeller, and Treasurer john Mixon. MEMBER NOT PICTURED MYRICK, RICHARD S. JACK PERRYMAN iv! QW ...ii 2 ' Councils and Clubs I w i 8 i Hi i i i i i i 9 i I if' rwf a1L1 2? ' 1 Q I f i .ff S BILL MOSS MEMBERS NOT PICTURED DONALDSON, J. O. LOK, P. K. SIRAMS, J. O PITIYIT Y CQUNCLII. I The Activities Council was formed for the purpose of intro- ducing Georgia Tec:h's many organizations to all members of the student body, and particularly to incoming freshmen. Each member of the Council has been elected to represent his par- ticular organization. Bill Moss is the current president, and assist- ing him is vice-president George Rittlemeyer, secretary P, K, Lok, and treasurer Mandeville Smith. The high point in the Activities Council's program is the annual presentation of the Activities Fair, in which each campus organization may present itself by displaying its activities and purpose. The Council assumes additional responsibilities in its efforts to improve the general status of organizations on the Tech campus. i K Activities Council Helps Clubs ifiaiifiii-lilj ii' Warden. D. R. B. E Lyons, w. w.' SIUBV1. W. P. Kmk - Buck, E. H. comer, J. L. sanfofd, e. w, S eeks. J. M. Masses . P. Kohlhase, c. E. Lgns. N- C- G afqenf. B. w. 5 ' ' lPeek, R. P. yz.fi3T:1yeE'F: avage, P. R. Smifh, M. OU S The Whose ing o bility BI Arringf Hughey Parrohl Touchlu ro- of ch nf. st- lc. me us 1d IS ie flu rl J, L. N C . ii 1 ron. C Arrinqlon N. DeVane R Fuenfes R G ' ' . - ' . - J. E. l5laUr?2ffy.BD. Jnmmerson, D. Maffison, D. Mgsiifriirfnerl Touchfon 'C F feet' P. Pivnik' B' Poupard' R' E' ' ' ' uc er- J- E- Waddell. W- Waldhauer, B. O. Saint Palriclcs Council The St. Patrick's Council is an unaffiliated organization whose chief purpose is to promote interest in the honorary and professional societies of the academic departments in the school. its principal function is the promoting, planning, and coordinat- lflg of Engineers' Week. The Council assumes further responsi- bility during this week by entertaining a group of fifty outstand- lflg high school students who have been selected by local chapters of the Georgia Society of Professional Engineers on the basis of their ability and interest in the field of engineering. .Oliicers of the Council include Wayne Wfaddell, president, Richard DeVane, vice-president, Bill Moss, secretary and treas- urer Perry Peck. 325 Q L SI mmucs a N CUUNEIL MEMBERS NOT PICTURED ANDERSON C. BAILEY, C. D. DEBEAUGRINE, B. WAYNE WADDELL in . . 6, . .. - : L.: fr- 'IZ .S'I'L1 + lv T7 , g'z'i':. ' f '10 , 1 -.T I I .' I F V11- 'r cg- -- A , ,gp . .-.. 0-.. .N... ... ., r.,,.-...,,,- iz l , ,Fixing . . K, W S. rf' 1 4' v"' '- Q IMI g Fc 212' fl if .szt ' -' f :.- , ew 13 X.. .. ,. M... 51 ' ,.-Q., ,.. t il ' 'Tal '-'. . I ' '-'-'L '99, ". i t ,,,.,.......,...- ,. ....., N ' l , x X 3 , , '57 VY' W Io i 0- , 'H l 3' Q ' , . .'. " ll g llll . I' . ll' , V' .Q IQ . ll - .. fr E-Qs WAYNE WADDELL MEMBERS NOT PICTURED CARMICHAEL, W. GALPIN, R. GRIFFIN, R. 1 Y I 512-'Q' f FTC WLM I L ACP! ,r 0, ir, C P'm'1r1"-'V X T Alpha Phi Omega is a national service fraternity organized on the principles of the Scout Oathuand Law. Its members ordi- narily are men who have been registered members of the Boy Scouts of America, and their primary objective is to render serv- ice to the campus, the community and to Scouting. I This year's president is Wayne Waddellg other officers are vice-president John Klinke, secretary Bill Sibley and treasurer Jack Lanier. Activities of Tech's chapter include sponsoring the "Ugliest Man on the Campus" contest and supervising the polls during the campus elections. Helps SchoolAlpha Phi Gmega i V B . C. W. Ffgegnightv T. ElcgI'll:r'rJ' F Branch, H, E, Cook, B. Fox.. W. I. Lueders, R. J. Luffrei gd L' ' Hughes. E- M- Lanier, J. D. I-Qshe' WA C Nvqaard, R. c. Rourk 'J,' ' Marshall. S. E. Maier, R. F. NICWS' ' ' 5'blev. W. umsfead T. M. wadde"- D' W' 326 ak ie K Q -1 .NE RAE i , X ' Y 3: Ashton, Carraw Meeks, Isl N Ol ized nrdi- Bgy erv- :ar'3 dent uier. .iest 'ing S YK. c H, D. W' Ashton, J. B df Carrawav. D. w. cl'2rkZfdli.JA.T' g23v?ify'JEPL' Bmw' N' H' Meeks. J- H. Michel, B. D. Robers, 18. 1Huc::'lcriir,Lil.iE. lst Year for American Society Cf Exploration Geophysicists A new organization on the campus, the Society of Explora- tion Geophysicists had its roots in the former Geology Club. The DSW. name was acquired when a charter was obtained from the National Society of Exploration Geophysicists. This year the Organization was guided by Bill Scott, president, jim Tucker, vice-president, and Jim Downs, secretary-treasurer. The primary purpose of the organization is to foster in the Tech students an interest in geology, mineralogy and their relationships to engineering. As part of the regular programs, field trips are sponsored and in addition there are numerous SPCeches by prominent authorities in this field. 327 'SQ F .59 ill U MEMBERS Nor PICTURED CHANCEY, C. N. HOGARTH, W. LAWSON, W. L, IVIINTON, D. C. ROBERTS, E. RUNGEE, J. SODERBLOM, T. YIALAMAS, A. V BILL SCOTT L "- i The Bulldog Club is composed of outstanding members of C9 the junior and Senior classes. The Bulldogs sponsor, direct, l 1 l and provide officials for all intramural contests. During the an- l '33 'S nual Homecoming Weekend, the Bulldogs judge the Home- ,li , ll x coming decorations and the urecksl' in the parade, officiate at 'f V l the Freshman Cake Race and supervise the Homecoming Dance. ft! In the fall, during the Week preceding the Homecoming feg- l tivities and in the spring during the week preceding the IFC ' ' Weekend, the Bullpups are a colorful campus tradition in their white pants, red shirts, black coats and derbies. l l Bulldog Club Holds Homecoming Dance And Ausfin, R. Bearden D B it Cromwell, J. C 1' ' Wk. J- Cenn , B, , -3- Mui" inn 'A Goode P.R Ffiirizh, E. 223511 If- gaupl-ill., v. gixld?s:n'BD' com, B. Collier R E. cfsddockd J. arro, . Hatch , B. ' ' ' 6r1dy,A, . - . D'f'fI ,J, ' ' u DunlaP. ' G. Salts- Si B. S":'e'h- E- S. aura li C- er. . Lenholf, D. Lellfeakff- B. Jeffares: D, Johnsorl B.. Johnson, E. re e. J. Maxwell, J. McAIIislar, M. Moore- P' 328 'luis P ' 9. ggzjgl F llgfnt' H. w,,,,ni.'Ji 4-- ,,,,, , ,,,,, ,WY YY I I Il'S of 'HES I OFFICERS I LYNN Fowl-ER ' . . Prefident Luce. BENNY ROUSE - . Vice-Preriziem fes- ED JOHNSON - . Secrelary iii I ROGER COLLIER . - T,.6,,,J,,,.e,. l ance And Inlramural Program 134 k, J- Moss- G. f d E. Passmore, H. PBUI. H- gzgfadpoc 5' g:edgY'HF- rljrtilllgalbbl gzlgarrclson, J. Rubeschi-1 R. ijsxofclv N' ' . ,ea . . - I ' T I , . - ' Harrell. Tlemeyl J' ifachrun. item. Uanxscigadl T. walker' R. Johnson, Welling 3 'erpey' ' F? ' ' W' 5 Woodcock, B. Moore, P' I - While, C. Wmborn, S. Inn. - 329 Pinson, C. Sloan, B. Thornborough, D. Waugh, B. Wundrum, E. LYNN FOWLER MEMBERS NOT PICTURED ALLEN, 13. Bnolf, D, BURSON, I. COHEN, A. DAIIIAZIZR, VI. DALfGH1iR'1'Y, I5 Dfwls, B. FRAZIIZR, I.. HAMILI., T. HAMRMLK, W. Hfxslarnuw, 'II JONES, I-. K15NN12m'. -I. IVICQCORY, R. RIMSUN, II. Rolfsli, B. SHYl.oc,K. H. Suacuil.. I.. Slczmuzn. IS. SNAVIQLY. M. XVILIJASIN. GI. YOUNG. D. 'I .I ll L , W, 1, v I 'YI 'N r I I I -as c no ,Q f Lara:- Q Ill 473'-i.f4I.f5xJ A I I Q, I W p I I .QI I ff. I MEMBERS NOT PICTURED DONALDSON, J. GILBERT, C. GOSSETT, F. HAMILTON, B. LANE, J. VILLENPONTEAUX, G. WATSON, T. BILL CAMPBELL . . -- Il'I,l Ili' I 971' ' ... :Emir ill lk J IIUI I f I .. .I . -l ' Coffrell L. D' 5 I B, S, Brown, J. Clark. D- ' Bifrillii' J. Primo. Hughes, J. Hughes, J. rgugfwg. Johnson,'G. Johnston, B. Khffrdm. J- Kfalshv D' -I-:ngr 'H Linn. J. McPherson. J' Srmlh. D- Tuggle' D' ' ' Fast Cars Buili' by Auto Club With President Bill Campbell at the wheel, the Georgia Tech Auto Club is rolling along in high gear- Established just two years ago, the organization is nOW one of the most popular on the campus. Its weekly meet- ings include movies and guest speakers. A present activ- ity is the building of a dragster, in which a Chrysler V-8 engine, which was donated to the club, will be installed. F rank Gossett is vice-president, Fred Lieb is the secreta1'Y and Gordon Johnson handles the vault keys. col by na wl fW I Co Can A clffffpk nglpirn I D RJEMIJ 'M en, J' I , H Ii! I-I I The Georgia Tech Camera Club was honored this year as the most outstanding organization on the campus with the presen- tation of a trophy by the Activities Council. Under the guidance of Dr. Mantel of the Social Science Department, the club has added to its facilities so that it now maintains a well-equipped, air-conditioned darkroom. To help the members learn more about photography, three contests were held each quarter, which were judged and criticized by outstanding professional photographers. Much of the mate- rial for these contests came from the quarterly model sessions which had professional models as subjects. The club also had two field tripsg one to Chattanooga and the other to the Kodak Color Processing Laboratory. Camera Club Selected as Tops Cole' J- yn Comer, J. Anderso I , J. Bowen. D- n, A. L. Hall, T. H. C00 Dn' R. ?5Eii:1r2i'a2,' A. giaynilalel. J- GQ!! A 5- irAii:KinneY. D- Mftyeri M' M' Halpern D. Jones C. Kirby. W- hu' Ii' Peierson, R. CL 5' 'k B Mlchon J. M. Milled W. Morrow, H. L- Thoitfoyri A: Turner, H. amos ' ' Roberfs J. H. scofffc. w. Thomas. T- 'U ' 33 l '33 PETER SCHALOW MEMBERS NOT PICTURED CELIKIZ, G. DOHM, L. HMVKINS, B. I.AU1fER, j. MIZE, B. PA1'1'1L1.o, R. STOWERS, J. WRIGHT, T. K. . .lf A ' w"lU i L E , - .,-Q? ed! .14 I s 2' f-4 If I I I I I I I I I I i.+,. '4 ' . x +,., "7-Z? LGWELL WEAVER MEMBERS NOT PICTURED SECTION I BLANCHARD, J. H. GREY, L. S. HOVART, J. LOVE, J. M. ROLLINS, J. TILL, S. C. WILSON, J. J. SECTION II BRYANT, L. A. HAMILL, j. H. HOLLIS, J. L. RATHBUN, j. P. STEVES, H. L. WILDASIN, J. J. WORRELL, A. J. 9 OFFICIERS SECTION I LOWELL WEAVER President DON COITLE Vice-Prerident RICHARD MORAN Secretary NORMAN WELLS Treamrer Although divided into two sections resenting the members who are in school at tw different times, the Tech Co-op Club actually works as a unit. The club is active in intramural sports, giving medals for the winners in Soft, ball, pingpong, chess, and tennis. Other func- tions sponsored by the club are the two annual smokers with the Briarean Society, dances at various times, and aiding the incoming co-op , each rep- 0 Co-op Club Helps To Foster Adleff C L Y . - . B Gorman J. D. erry' W' W' Pufman, D. H, Turner, M. A, Helms, S. G. Riffer, K. H, Wallace, T. S. 33-L Brown J, T Keyseui, R. Roberts, R. A Weaver, E. Caruso, J. S. Coffle, D. L. DBWS. D- J' Moran. R. Muff, M. R. O'Nea'- J- B' . Robinson, R. E. schaff, M. c. Smljh. C- E' A L- Wells, J. N. Wilson, w. H. Wh-sn-inf. R- ' Ireshmen to I ol has Charge , ball games 1' dance is off? Ioan fund for pices of both clubissuch ti neges as Wg? ,mylar actIv1t Spir EIIQIQEII- c. on 'I T. 5. Iebilebyll. EV: WV crions, each ,Ep 0Ol at mo afllltllj' I ntfamul-al Dinners in Soft: 1' ilmf. nsch Gini S. .he two annual etyz danfes 3' oster 7 Vi ? r i f l ff , I X I ,Q ,' ax gl 23 U ! 1 va 54 , g .. , Q, Q, -, 2' . 1 igjx sg -. F Q I P mi , Y f I .2 as fi ff -5 J tl as K D, J. Libles' anti R' A' freshmen to get Organized. Section II Of the club has charge of cushions and sun v1sors at the foot- ball games in the fall, and the Kampus. Kapers dance ig offered by Section I in the winter. A loan fund for co-Ops is available under the aus- pices of both sections. The organization Of tlie Club is such that co-ops may enyoy as many priv- ileges as regular students do in way of extra cur- ricular activities. OFFICERS SECTIONII HARRY ESPY Prerideazt TOM HARVARD Vice-Prerideizl HENN REBANE Secretfzry GARNER MOORE Treamrer Spirit Among Co-op Students HARRY ESPY x:-nv 'H F X n?'.i - Christopher, H, B. DUQWV W- 5- . Ddvis P. H. Cain, R. J- H d T P Hull H, M. Al D'Amlco, J, I , H rell, R. W. BVV5' - ' ' ' E Euff'l:e'f'f'B 22,212 Til-IA. 5Z3Lenh.Owl' Sandy. E. it f,'g2,i1,m'J,DaV RJ ek gfaggefgy- it H' C'f1'fS,"D'T Jones' J- ' . - - L - 'I J, D. oore. . - Th gon. R. a en, . . - - A Rebane, H, J. Sxiiii W- E' Tharpe' E' J' omp 335 l xi- fw-Ima-- V-R. mm osmcsks MYRL ALLINDER Prefideazt FRED LIEB Vice-Prefidenz MARY ALLYN Secretary TOM HARRELL, JR, Treamrer Bidjfi-I-eCh presen+s "The Froni' Page," a s'l'ory of a happy-go-lucky newspaperman. Drama Teclfs Theatre-In-The-Round Is 12. ' N A 5 KF? ' - , ,V .,,..-, ,,,. 2 W . X . "vi-Y +3 J , ' gr- gr v 2 V Q v 1 V. ,gif , Abel, A. Albury G ' gi?vzi1lr!Hi:y.J Cone' D' eyIIgc?nerCM' Barfield. W. Berman, D- . - Harrell, T. Horowftis' Goodman, F. Gofsch. R' Hubbard, R. Israel, W- 336 Dralf acting por op Tl Under rer1OW From the ffl' run fh Du has W1 A1 who H1 Um FFIC ERS I' ALLINDER fefidemg ED LIEB 'pfeiidem Y ALLYN ewetary ARRELL, JR feafzzrer md Is DramaTech, the campus dramatic club, offers fun while learning the dilferent phases of theatrical work. Whether one is interested in acting, producing, or directing, he will find in DramaTech an excellent Opportunity for developing his interest. Three times a year, once each quarter, DramaTech presents a play. Under the expert direction of Mrs. Mary Nell Ivey, the club has become renowned for its ability to present plays of a widely diversified range. From the comedy of "Harvey" to the heart-warming "Mr Roberts" to "f the tense drama of "Home of the Brave," DramaTech has successfully run the gamut of modern drama. Drama Tech's very effective use of the unique theater-in-the-round has won acclaim in a national theatrical publication. All students, faculty members, and employees of Georgia Tech who are interested in working with DramaTech are welcomed to join. Unique Among Theatre Groups J. v. I MEMBERS NOT PICTURED ALLYN, A. ALLYN, M. HARDING, J. R. JOHNSON, C. K1RKPA'1'R1ciK, D, P13AGl.1iR, M. WEINIQIEIZ, H. I.. 1'- ll' Q 1. 51 J., Lin C Meeks, J. Lawrence R. Lieb F. ' R Sills, A. Mclniyre: R, Moseley, J. Proves ' ' M Thurston, A. svem, E. Swain, N. Tennenbaum' ' 337 rw. 1 - Q -va, 3, 12 ' a ,'. .Q' ' f' 4 .. K 0 Tech and Georgia Glee Clubs are combined for a musical presenfafion during 'rhe hal'F+ime ceremonies of Hue annual qame befween Tecl'1's Yellow .laclce+s and +l1e Georgia Bulldogs. MEMBERS NOT PICTURED BENTLEY, C. E. EVIRITT, H. O. GRAVES, P. D. HARRELL, 1. MAGOULAS, A. WHITE, H. S. 11 Beall L L ' ' ' Bearden D. R Clark, J. A. - - Burke, H. Evans, C. J. Egnulfhglllzi- F- W- gowning, arveY. D. D, Hauensfein' W. R- Jugjadd- 338 lull The Georgia Tech Glee Club, under the excellent direction of Mr. Walter Herbert, has gained a reputation of being one of the most skilled and most widely traveled organizations on the campus. Last summer Mr. Herbert and several members of the club toured Japan with the Miss Atlanta show. This year the club sang at a Birmingham theater, Brenau College, at the Sugar Bowl game in New Orleans and made a return engagement to the famous Blue Room of the Roosevelt Hotel in New Orleans. N. Y .. '. n ' "lr"" I- l Fame Spreads Around the World ,l-we f RP, as . . rf 2? W. F. Leslie, W, H, Long, J. A. lligrlffnl C, A. Moore, J, T, Peeler, M- A' Slaughter, S. G. Remson J G Sherrow H R- - H, L. . . . - WI , Sweiqerf. M. E. TBHCY- W- F' 'Son 1 5 35. 1 41 . KX :QM I Q, , B 1 , . QQ' th VS .' Marlin, A. L Reeves, H. Smith, G. C. Woodyear, W. E. 2 Z " -'I ,-C: A 1' HERB SHERROW O FFIC ERS Hmm Smiulzow Prerirfcfzf DONALD BIZARDEN Vide'-Pl'f3.ffIfL'7ll Blu. TALLEY Sc'w'clm'y hlII.'l'ON SWIEIGIEIVI Yll'L'lIJIH'C!' I OFFICERS JULIAN FLEMING C captain Hg 43? . I I ROBERT GOULD l Execzftizfe Ujjzicer F . HERB SHERROW fi Liezztemmt ' , WAYNE WADDELL 4 Lieutenant I DIRECTOR BEN L. SISK JULIAN FLEMING Band Entertains at Ball Games , The fancy stepping Band looked better than ever this fall while executing tricky maneuvers during the half-time show. - Following a full schedule of events highlighted by the Sugar Bowl game, the band found little time for relaxation during the fall quarter. The band also furnished music for Tech Night at the FOX and was on hand to bolster the basketball team's spirit at the home games. - GEORGIA TECH BAND MEMBERS ADAMS, J. C. FLEMING, J. D. JONES, J. M. PIERCE, J. ALLEN, J. C. FLETCHER, C. A. JONES, T. POWELL, H. B. AUSTIM, E. M. FOLSOM, L. L. JUE, J. PLAISANCE, J. J BAILEY, F. FUQUA, Q. KARTZMARK, R. RAYMOND, R. BAILEY, J. GILBREATH, E. KILGORE, B. ROSS, J. BENNETT, B. GILLILAND, J. KINARD, J. RUMBLE, J. W. BENSON, J. GOAD, F. LII, W. T. SCHWARTZ, C. J BOOR, S. B. GOULD, B. LIVINGSTON, B. SEAY, M. E. BURDICK, R. GREEN, R. H. LONG, J. A. SERVICE, J. N. v CAIN, W. HAMMOND, W. LUEDERS, B. SHERROW, H. R. ,?""' .X CALDWELL, J. HASKELL, C. C. MCBRIDE, J. G. SHULTS, R. D. CAMO, J. S. HAZLETT, H. MAGEE, K. B. SINGER, B. CARTER, K. HERR, D. MARTIN, G. H. SMITH, G. C. CHAFITZ, F. HERRON, R. D. MARTIN, H. E. SNAPP, R. CHAMPION, L. F. HOFFMAN, R. M. MASON, D. W. STEVENSON, P- CHANEY, J. H. HOWARD, J. L. MAYNARD, H. S. STILL, J. E. CLACKUM, G. L. HOWARD, N. MERCER, M. C. STOVER, F. Cox, R. HUDSON, C. I. MILES, G. M. SWICEGOOD, G. CRADDOCK, C. HUNDER, R. MILLER, M. A. THOMAS, J. E. CRAIG, H. JACKER, R. J. MITCHELL, R. D. THOMAS, T. N. CROW, J- L- JACOBSON, G. NEWBERRY, T. W. THOMPSON, R. CROW, T. G. JAMES, D. R. NICHOL, H. G. WADDELL, D. W CULPEPPER, R- JAY, E. E. NYGAARD, R. C. WEINSTOCK, J- I TaIen'I' from local high schools is used by Tech S IEZNINGS' H' C' OINEALI C' O' 8UVELL?:L4IgI'1.If' Band for haIf+ime performance af foo+baII games. DUNCAINT, IOHIZSOIII D IQEIAIIIESXO-NEBA. YIIRN R-I I EMBRY, J. M. JOHNSON, T. I. PEGG, B. YOW, J- ENGEL, R. E. JOHNSQN, B. Suv ISK mGS ever this fall lf-time show. by the Sugar cation during r Tech Night :etball team's lCE, 1. 'ELL, H. B. ISANCE, 1.1. MOND, R. Q, J. mrs, J. W. VARTZ, C. J. M E I v 'ICE, J. N. 1Row', H. R. .Ts, R. D. ER, B. H, G. C. 'P, R. ZNSON, P. ., J. E. ER, F. EGOOD, G. ms, j. E. ms, T. N Bowers- E- R- Brigham C Burdison B Burnett W Ealagna- A- F. Cowan, J. Denfon, IP. Harris,'R. V. Pee- J- M- Luffrell, c. L. Morris, P. E. Oakes, s. 999, R. J. R0lliI1S, R. G. Rusk, H. S. Wilson, E. P. FlYil1g Club Gives Lessons : H, H- L- , . AIIXIS, i , if The Flying Club, although handicapped most of the year by the loss of its plane and lack of funds, is now, under the leader- ship of president Phil Morris, vice-president Roy Harris and secretary Wayne Burnett, rebuilding itself into an active Organization. All requirements for becoming a licensed pilot are offered, and, assisted by the Aeronautical Engineering De- partment, the club keeps its operating costs low. Any student wishing to further develop his aviation interests in invited to join. 341 .Q Radio! PICTURED BROCK, O. S. BYRON, D. Cox, C, H. FOTE, P. FRANKLIN, S. IVIEADOXV, T. B. PICKINS, R. A. PHILLIP MORRIS IV VF' OFFICERS FRANK LEWIS Preridemf KEN CAMPBELL Vice-Prerident ED CAWLEY Secretary BYRON WOLFORD Trearzzrer FRANK LEWIS A new organization on the campus this year the Veteran's Club is already very active. Thg only limitation to membership is that members must be veterans and students at Tech. The club is attempting to promote the social and cultural welfare of its members and to better the student- faculty relationship. At the beginning of each new quarter the club strives to aid the incoming veterans in their transition from service to col- lege life. The club sponsors picnics, dances, parties, and other forms of social entertainment for its members and occasionally have speakers at their meetings. Varied Program oI Lectures gIgpvt:er,EL.cH. ::1denlsoB.JJ R. geckworfh, F. R. Bently J Q B t C . - - yan. . . ullock, F. G, C - - - es, .A. B I J ' k A- D- ,I2l':3Z1:1fStWML. gauphinl V, M, Degong G- L' EITQWPEPAQIIGW. K. Caflaneo. J. C. Civvixeiyl gaiqko' gr:i1?nbIeY. T' C' . . . aYes, M. E. Jackson, C. B, Johngon: C: E. Enderson, L. W. Gibson: H.. L.. Hcddi.I,en,.T. Hargis, D. S. Jones' E' D' Kennedy. M. H. Kilby, D. c. LlHIe. F- H- 342 Asn CAR' CHI! CON FILL GOIS GRE HEN I-IUIv LEBI Low MAIN MAI MOC Must 0sU1 Puci ROUI Row T1-Io: WILI And It , yzrzrvgng A, . IIIOPSIIIN ' 'n a, Ig, J- G. , l .h1S year, We- The l embers he club Cultural Student. Of each 1COIT1ing If IO col- dances, illment Peakers M l UTGS MEMBERS NOT PICTU RED Asrnus, D. J- CARTLEDGE, R. C. CHICK, W. J. CONNORS, J. M. FILLINGIM, C. D. GoNENs, R. L. GREEN, P. B. HENSON, M. D. HUMPHRY, F. T. LEBEN, J. E. LOWE, T. MANN, E. T. MATTHEWS, W. C. MOORE, D. A. MUSGRAVE, W. P. OSUMI, E. T. PUcKE'r'r, T. L. ROUGHTON, C. ROWLAND, R. R. THOMSON, G. F. WILKES, J. B. And Fun X.. The Ve'reran's Club invi+es many ou+s+anding speakers for lheir bi-weekly Friday niglwf meefings. Held lor Veleran's Club Members 2 1 ,am ,' R 'lb 'U' . 6 I w -wh I 1. Q5 f f . . 1 l A 7 V3 . ik 1 If . -D R 1. . age- , M S ' ' D. R. Mercer, H. L, Meyers, M, M. Mosher, O. E. D, A' F' ""fl"'e'- G' '- Ma'll"' D' E' lfl,dZ3?:lld'Rl'Ll" Paiaalime. R. nanaau, c. F. saaaafa, a. L. Sawyer, w. c. I, A. T C- Shropghir. . Oliver, C. C. Parilow, H. A. Sfezart M P Sfewaffl W, A, Sfreef, E. E. Sfufirrjan, R. J. Taylor, J. D. Lbleyg Tolar B Z J. G. ilafon, S.EH. Elojn, M.dA.H L Vanselaer' A' R Waldgnv H, E, Weuuenberg, P, Whxfhnqfon, E. L. Wolford, B. 6. IS. ' ' ' ' - urner, . . n erW00. - - ' ' ' 'p,H. 343 f . . B , G. J. B h , C. E. Brown, C. M. Brown, N. H. Buck, E. H. Burnes, C. A- Adzmzi A.. S- 225:51 R. N' 2a'::,s:'.w S 02:25, B. M. C:':.f'.2. J. A. A. A. A. A. A. G. W. Bus . K. E . Glazurg Granadgs J, A, Gravenmier,J. E. Hilton, R. C. Hughes, L. C. Hulsey, J. M. Hufchnnson, B. H. Kells, B. gay' 'A'R Klehien' 5' Lewis J, Lqgino, L, Lowndes, T. Marfin, G. H. Meeks, J. M. Mein, P. S. Meyers, M. Msiifer' R' B. Morgensfern Moss' B, R. Nesmifh, W. R. Oglefree, C. R. O'NeaI, E. A. Payne, J. V. Penfleld. J- W- Ramones' ' R-iff' K'H' Ross D H.' saekir, R, J. salvador, M. F. Scheff, E. L. Sheppard, E. J. smifh, D. F. sms, J. E. Tolnas,T:j . viafideul' w'. D. waliien' H, E. whne, D. 1. wnkie, E. wood, E. w. Wood, F. M. Woodward, D. L. Wynne, G. A. Zbar. J- - R cl O i3 E i l' xx I I H FRED KEITH l Er ,fe . ,gag Q ,. , , .' -.F , A al- vi -' .' . Z1 1 5 The conspicuous penthouse atop the Physics build- ing houses radio stationW4AQL. Its eighty members se- lected Fred Keith president and two vice-presidents, Edwin Buck and Charles Branham. Freddie Wood was elected secretary and Stan Adams, treasurer. The costly equipment is available to any licensed member and boys Working for their license are benefitted by having membership in the club. These "hams" are not content with just communicat- ing all over the world, howev f d 61529 58' :FW 'ME' M EMBERS NOT PICTU RED BAVER, F. P. BERRY, C. L. BLAS, ELLER, . THOMPSON, W- D' ,.AGhv,- If .A J f ! 54. 16" I.Iw f fig 3 af ig ,. I -4' , 6. 2 4 4, ' ? I E ' g s. N Q An I GRY? er, or uring the year they Journey to Stone Mountain, on which a portable station is erected and used for a week-end. 344 WILSON, J. DA YARBROUGH, D- W' el fumble Q ""'i"9Q f Mprcus H . lllev E: Rmdgne- llrrgll' Jie'- ,dar I 4, C Q S I ,IP Hall Y 15,3 Il " .fr . The Management Club, a student organiza- tion of the Industrial Management Department, is open to all IM juniors and seniors. So that its members may better acquaint themselves with the management phase of industry, the organization sponsors lectures and field trips. Social functions also find their way into the schedule. Assisting president Theron Jennings are vice president Frank Hollberg, secretary john Klinke and Emory Ansley, the treasurer. MEMBERS NOT Z PICTURED - r BROF, R. W. RIMES, J. O. A GORDON, L. SMITH, J. t HOWELL, E. H. SNARTZ, E. .W LEWIS, R. N. SPEARMAN, A. MONTGOMERY, E. SToLz, E. V. I PRoCroR, J. C. WALRAREN, R. A. I. M.'S Form Management Club THERON JENNINGS n.. ,fl lf " ' l- - . C. A. 5. w. '5 L TW , M. M. EL A' l in T. - r . 1 . 9'- .J. "' 1 Q 'A' 1 .' ll ' " I Q4 . Q 3 2+ .au I ,R . rf' V - 4 -3 1- .2 'V fl v J 2 I N " 1 1 , , .eg . 1-Sli" l -- . 'H' 1 '7' v 7 -V-J gr ,' ' l 44,-Nr' . ' f - .1 -.1 . I rv! Q ' K. . , x . 1 p E -ff fl- i 5 i ' ,. WBER5 NO ' F' "' 5 . ' ' 5 .J IA. 1, . N . Q ,, Af. . . f 'x 7 N . - . W. Browne, R. Burlre, H. h H B I H, Brown, F' H R. Berrey. L- Bevedy' J' Zoeaflizghg Gcoxlldaiqmifh, J Graham, P. Graham, W. Eyreen, H A"5leY. E. Armislead J. Barron C. Bearden, J- Benne ' Dunlap J. Dyer. G- - ' Hutcheson C Israel, W. Jackson, T. arnes, . ' ' W D' C""'Pbell.W Cook R ' Cripe 'R- C"""b'ey' T' Denon' P' H' fon'D. H0"be'9- F' Ho""' C' Lot? L ' Laurell, J. Lvmbufnef, L Meloof, A. pSONs ' Gumble. 5. Harrisori M. Heisel, J. HenrY. J- HUIOQMP' KI'i'i1ke 'J. Lane- H' Lancs' N' R Mea'de'rs D. Meeki. J- l'19'C9"-J- l'leYe'5' MA D. Jen"ln9S. T. Johnson,'N. Kearson, R. Keifh. F- KeIIef'g J. McGaiify, P. McGee. W- xcwfg2Y'H,' Paulk, L.' Rilih. R- Rmhardson' D R'pleY' T' yN, D Marcus, H, Marshall, S, Maulding, W.McDonald, J. :AACFTFH . Murphy' L. Nathanson, L. Sim' Sochrin' S, Taylor' J, Taylor, R. F waiter? L. LOUGH, ' miiiliynigler J 'g:grL.r:fVt g2c:1gLsl:sGg. Scigfhrz W' 5gh:Igr,PA. WMM' C' Whlh, L. WIIIY. F. Williams, . ir . . T n I , - I - ' 1 ' """--'- ThI9pen.J. Thompson.R-Turn0r.E- W-"d""H' W' ' V7 'f Luv K 6 'Zh K, E, D k' , J. W. Dyer, F- B- DYkS'f"a. W- E2fif?.5?' .sea znziy-cw azz: Q '2.z::S-.f-.f- aussi:-.. W. M. Huzsz.. C. -. P. R. wan., H. ig- Johnson ' Ff ' Jones ci. M. Kohlhise, c. E. Lupe. E. D- Manning' W' H' Marr' M' J' Meeks' J' M' e lib' R' E. Morgan: W. J. Nicklow, R. M. Scoff, W. S. Sikes, R. Tanner, J. M. Tennenbaum, M. E. Tucker, J. E. 1 oug y, . Physics Club E plores Physical Sciences CHARLIE TOUCHTON ,pst- The Physics Club strives to bring a more rounded knowledge of science to Tech students by offering a series of speakers, held trips, and any other convenient means available to thcm- Most of the speakers seek to point out how science is being used by industry at this time. Anyone is eligible as long aS.hC is attending Tech. The club has a picnic during the spring quarter each year and participates in engineer's Week. The club this year has been very ably staffed with President Charlie Touchton, Vice-President James Downs, Secretary Fred Dyer, and Treasurer William T. Lanier. MEMBERS NOT Pliil T he of RC to dis' are ini ers OU memb here. Sfuden Arr 05 PICTURED A COXYJART, L. R. ,f ' HERBERT, C. B. , . -6' LANIER, W. T. I T P , MATTHEWS, H. T. . r TUCKER, R. D. AN -is il' J- G. ily-S l J gl l, W. , H. M. II, R. D. ghby, R. E. IGS lge ers, 5111. ing he ing lub rlie er, The Georgia Tech Philosophy Club, under the leadership of Roger Gilbertson and Tom Umstead, has opened the door to discussion of philosophical subjects for all Tech students who are interested. The club sponsors lectures by well-known speak- ers on the subject. A one-time requirement for eligibility for membership was to have taken the philosophy course offered here. However, no such restriction is now in force, and any student may join. The club lends a liberal touch to campus life. Arnold Berlin is Treasurer. 1 l ROGER GILBERTSON 5' I ll l .I + . Philosophy Club Grows Rapidly l P . B, Dick, G. A. gaYly. J. G. Berlin A, Cameron. J. W. g':Lg':Ihaj'l'v5.' Guerrero, F. V- ' H"""'9- R- S- Gilbeif G. J. Gilberfson. R. G- Kinney ' R. A. NQWP- C' Qi M SPH- J- N. Joyner IF. M. King, R. D. wafferg D. M. Wnlluams, . - 'll' J' E- Thomas, S. F. Umsiead, T. H- ' 347 l 1 MEMBERS NOT . PICTURED DAUGHERW, R. I.. 3 , Dfwls, S. 4 ' AIoHNsoN, T. I. ' KADINGO, E. P. LANIIER, J. W. Svwrisrmz, S. R. K. . I i Q N1 lg ' Q y 4 3 Fil l fi 413' I XS' f ff ii df .X , fy SLATER MARSHALL GJ Q'- .s '. l .1 I This year the Ramblin' Reck Club, headed by Slater Marshall, president, Bobo Davis, vice- president, and Cracker Barron, secretary, was quite successful in carrying out its aims. The pep rallies held during football season were highlighted by the spectacular "Beat Georgia" bonfire rally which was attended by more than two thousand students. The club also spon- sored the Ramblin' Reck Parade and "Stunt Nite." In addition to these activities the Ram- blin' Recks set forth and enforced the require- ments of the freshman "rats." MEMBERS NOT PICTURED ECKER, H. A. HUGET, C. LOMASON, H. A. SMYTH, E. A. WHITE, E. W. Developing School Spirit Is Aim of Ramblin' Reclc Club ,XV All, W. H. Baker, R. W. Barron, C. T. Baum P B I P . , . g D d , E. c. cs . . , , , . Kfsiificf. L. Kiiiifuf' iii V' glifii' BA' Qefils. w. Hoollalrg. F. 2,1354 Dunlap, w. A. Dunn, c. E. pqgoirojgl, R. B. Miner, D. E. Mifeheui, w. 'T. Mliifi, 'Ai' ',f'fCf?feQ0f. D- S. Manleir. G. N. lsilgilshiglll lb E Br Pc. n ne , - . Rourk. J. W. Scarpefie. R. Schuessler, M- M- Sncgggs- gsbournczz FHJ. Parker, i Paffersori, O. . . . evans, . . Williams, F. B. Van Leer, S. W. ' 348 Adams, R, Cook, T, Green' E. Smqe. R. raclcr The Frax Whe eXisr. T Adafml R- Barron, C. Brim, J. Brlm, T- Cook. T- Deiarneffe, F. DeVane, R. Goode, J. Green- E- Howell, J. Powers, J. RUSH F- savage- R- Tefllbach, D. Torrance, M. WUSOH. C- rackmen's Sp ked Shoe Club The Spiked Shoe Club is an honorary composed of the outstanding track and field and cross country lettermen of Tech. Frank Rust is president and he is assisted by Dick DeVane and Ted Cook. Under their leadership the organization is striving to further develop interest in track not only at Tech but else- where in the Southeast, so that a closer bond of rrack men may exist. GJ ,PQ MEMBER NOT PICTURED SKINNER, B. FRANK RUST ,W ...f an Hof lv 349 I l xv l . ZP, V 9 ' ,,. I 4 ,Q E i 4 Q I , ,,I"'V'f J f.. A Q- 9-2 ' J JIMMY MORRIS MEMBERS NOT PICTURED AKERS, L. ANDERSON, O. G. CHRISTY, F. COHEN, L. ECKER, A. FLOWERS, S. FULCHER, B. GREEN, W. E. JOHNSON, J. LINGENFELTER, W. S. ROSE, T. ROTENBERRY, P. STEPHENSON, D. THRASH, K. VANN, T. VEREEN, C. VOLKERT, G. VICKERS, P. mmm eossAe.E BOBBY KIMMEL OFFICERS JIMMY MORRIS . . . . . . '. Premienz TOMMY GOSSAGE . . . Vice-Prefident BOBBY KIMMEL . . Secretnfry-Treafwer For 11 5uCCCS5 rhe.T rhelf f Dodd. Thr ganizfif ,fo e mote 1 staff, ' alumlll Membership In Reacfivated T lub' Ak ,n.. . - Bgnffl MQ S253 Ei L6 Bagwell, G. D. Baum, P. srim. J. H Cole. D. cook 'T 'H ' Canon- S- L- canon, J. M. Cochran. S- M- ffeiuio - Goode, J. J. eookinfn, '51 Dover, R. L. Ellis, M. D. enum, w. A- bwmf. o, 5- Gossage, T. L. Grant, W. 8. Gresn. W. 5- Mmm' 350 'E For his sincere efforts and enthusiasm for the success of the Georgia Tech Letterman's Club the T Club proudly dedicates these pages and their new T Club building to Coach Robert Lee Dodd. Through his interest, understanding and or- ganized planning they have achieved their goal -to establish a club, the purpose being to pro- mote fellowship among athletes, the coaching staff, the faculty, the student body and the alumni of Georgia Tech. 7 fed Club Gpen 'ro Leflermen 'I any COACH DODD f 1 I OA Kimmel, R. B. K e R Helm J Jordan. J- A- Kiiny' L' E M'tcheIl, W. T, M rrns J M Macgi'eg'orA.D 5 Huffhc' F' Huithesf M'G R Menger. J. V, M'I.Ifhr' TUNA Sulmrner, J. L. Te ry V J J, H. Nab . . . Mafhson, R. C. Mc au ey. - b S I O. Sml. . - - W., F M wo If J R f My ofs- J. H. P H r D. G. 5 9' . Whitehead, H. P. '9Y, V 1 0 x ,, 5. Tho Owen, K. S. o e. Trowbrldge R, H. ,Z 'W. A' mpson' J- E. Torrance, M. A. TfGY'0f. R- C- ' I W, E. fl. nl 'wx K-rs 1 l , 3 'Ar iff? ' mfr' l : ji' 1, A' 5 f' l K f f Edwards T. L. c. T. B , H. P. Branch, H. E. Chandler, D. Cobb. C. Dlkbafdr J- L- . 1 Elirgdn'R. Gcilhbeenrfson, R. GrindleYr T' HGH. T- H- Hancock, J. P. Kelfh. G. 'FZLCQOE' A Laggeifer L, Marbuf, B. Morrison, R. M. Morfon, W. B. Peacock, J. Perry, L. Wolff R- E- ' Roberts, 'H. R. Sheppard, w. D. Sfeiner, R. H. Terrell, c. whrfe, G. Whlfe. L. r - - - if Toastmasters Club Aids Speech DAN SHEPPARD The Georgia Tech Toastmasters Club this year was guided by Dan Sheppard, president, Garnett Keith, vice-president, jim Peacock, secretary, and Hugh Roberts, treasurer. Toastmasters is more than a club-it is an edu- cation. It is especially useful on a technological campus, since it seeks to improve, through practical experience, the ability to speak in public. Weekly, through planned programs, members deliver pre- pared and exremporaneous speeches, thus constantly improving their power of speech. MEMBERS NOT PICTURED COWART, L. R. GOTSH, R. D. 352 QIS O .Ax X. 'ig-...L im-, ' ---...... I 'Q-vfin-1. , 'C D- ' 1 -ai ,igg-.nw Q v- ,V . , ,. ..-.f.,u' ' ,A ..., -V -,pw ' no The Young Men's Christian Association is one of the most popular and worthwhile organi- zations at Georgia Tech. Every student, in fact, by virtue of a portion of his activity fee allotted to the "Y," is a member. Many students become active members by joining any of the many organizations commissioned by the "Y," the Alpha Phalanx and Sigma Phalanx clubs, the Rec Council, the T-book staff and others. The presidents of these clubs constitute the Cabinet or the nucleus of the HY." The "YH building, a familiar landmark on the campus, houses, in addition to these groups, several other school organizations. Ping pong, pool, magazines and the services of a barber '4M51hl5f- f -R shop are offered. BILL ALL OFFICERS BILL ALL . . . . . . . . , Preyialenl CHARLES COBB . . . Vice-President LAWRENCE BEALL . . . . Secretary Varied Activities ol Y.M.C.A. camp offers Freshman an excellent opporlunily 'ro get acquam+ed before college work aclually begins. X fiN""'-uh Nr Barron, C. T, Beall, L, L, Barfleff, H. Holger, P. E. U "'N . 'au , i fl. E 4 S lle Freshman Cf Cgbb vlarnegl 'Vu N ' ' , ,M ,,,, , 4 ' X ,fo Q I' Eff' "W-'xv-1-o-.A. -- - ,. ' K W, . -' 71, W7 1 ,,. 4' 1' "L-Q.-2.4 , L M .L'fj-4 1 'iff . ,, - ,Q 1 1 1 The Freshman Camp sife on beaufiful Lake Louise, near Toccoa, provides many recreafional faciliiies for en'rl'1usias+ic freshmen. i Y.M.C.A. Are Coordinated By XY' Council Hardie N G. Hollberq, L. P. Cobb, C. K, Hanna, R. F. Klinke,'J. Sanford' B' W' James, B. E. Keifh. G- L- 355 I . rg, The A1 ha Phalanx Club members did a fine job. this yearpin carrying out the indoctrination of some 400 freshmen students at the Freshman Camp which is annually sponsored and directed by Alpha Pha- lanx. Under the leadership of Ronnie Hanna, presi- dent, Ellison Smythe, vice-president, Bobby You- mans, secretary, and Byron Chapman, treasurer, the programming and directing of all events during the weekend was very well handled. Leading upper- classmen, faculty members and school officials all gave useful hints and words of advice to the entering students. The Club also sponsored the debates that were held during the winter quarter in which the Tech debate team defended the students from the Agnes Scott team and the Faculty team. MEMBERS NOT PICTURED LANE, S. RONNIE HANNA SMWH, E, X I Alpha Phalanx- XY' Service Club All, B. Eudy, B. Lasseffer, L. Smith, F. X l Barron, Hanna, Palmer, Sfrickla C- Baumgardn C 5 R- Hardee, J-er' J'?l??"il1GE. R cllipman- B- Crawford, L. Davis, L. ni' B Pefklnt F. Pinnell, J'. H lFSy1llfnJB' ' Klinke, J. Laird, D. . . Teasley. H. Vanlandingham, B, Whifg' s6J:ll.JlTl. .iijlgasg B' 356 Beall, L, Collins, C. Halpern, D Slrickland, A 4' Be L Collins C ge:-ggrofj' T' Bullard. K- Carnes, H. Chapman B galpkirn dn Hudson BG ?1avisi1M' Dick G' I l fic A - ' ' - - . T. 1 ' an Swlndler, P. Wesfefeld. B. Wl11if,e,YJ. Sig,-f,?T1', W' PIIALAIIX 59 9,1 "SERVICE" MEMBERS NOT PICTURED GoTscH, R. Hmfs, N. YM CA. Sponsors Sigma Phalanx Sigma Phalanx Club, an organization sponsored by our active YMCA, carried on a large number of varied activities for the entertainment of Tech stu- dents. These functions were directed by Brian San- ford, president, Allen Strickland, vice-president, Laurence Beall, secretary, and Paul Swindler, treas- urer. These activities included the planning of hay- rides, a number of parties and deputations to some of the surrounding women's colleges which is cer- tainly favorable to all Tech students. The deputa- tions this year included Wesleyan, Agnes Scott and GSCW. Usually the girls from these schools make return trips to Tech and everyone has a great time. 357 BRIAN SANFORD I , , Tl ref zflf at spf sch eil! rCP lafi ww-w N TUCHE GERD ER PFIST FRANZ 4 FT BAMAIFTEE KRAF .F. CO , PIERRE MEMBERS OF Wts KEITH' G'B ' 0 d ARBUT' ' C. BOLGERv P' EEWIS' DR'DI?z.. B- GUMBI6Ew S' POSTMP-gf C . COBB, WINN' ' ER, R. - , , , EIQBIEIEBELL, givls, M o X- COOK, WILL1AM5,T- . T 'W'-' BAMSEIE B- UMSTEAD' L4EE Avy. E' A QA5 5 Guests World Student Fund Has KIM o FRANK HOLLBERG W0f?ZD 5700607 I-'MVP The Y.M.C.A. World Student Fund Commdttee wishes to express its appreciation to you who have supported our program of world peace. Your co-operation has enabled us to invite the five pictured students to Georgia Tech as our guests. Each year outstanding students from other nations are invited to attend Georgia Tech as our guests order to study, to observe America in action, to form friendvhips with us, and to represent their nations to us, The W.S.F. seeks to sid world peace by enabling Georgia Tech and America to build friendships with fofsish students who some day may be world leaders. Beaudrof 7 Q fhambers, "Ma a. ' hiwolox, A. TUCHEN uests P tl l The YMCA Recreation Council is one of the groups com- fepaid for their efforts, however, for this year the dances were Zation, its primary function is providing the Friday night dances at the "Y" for the Tech students. The week before a dance is Spent rounding up girls from Agnes Scott and several nursing schools, making posters, providing for the refreshments, and engaging in other such important duties. The members were repaid for thei refforts, however, for this year the dances were larger and more successful than ever before. Y. M. C. A.'s Recreation Council BI k J Brown, B GC J ' H es, . ci.z1:3:,ztJr. 3':::- gl R- Rflfofd- W- James. B-I I Kelly: D, lguikali- P. wursi. J. Reqopolo ' " ' S. A. Shneclpher, J. V 359 lt i l l 4 4 l l as xv! fm r ,A X-it Taq-...-g BEN JAMES OFFICERS BEN JAMES Preridenl .IIMMY WURST Vice-Pfcfidwll PAUL Sxv1Nn1.1aR Secretary-Treamrtff MEMBER NOT PICTURED AARON, D. ,"J"'-J OFFICERS STAN MARCUM . . , Pmi,ge,,, CECIL ALFORD . . Vice-P1-efidem GENE ALLISON . , Sec,-e,,,,.3, JIM TANNER . , T,-eww. Grealer Council l ll I A IT Fig! I IQ fiffff I- , ,'A', f in Z A . Q, I ,f f , .gh if f -.Zh,... ., ., gi I- xl an 173 -' 1 fav ll I I ' I I l I I J l . I., . . W lif E . I 3 2 ' as Q 35 ' IAA' in Alford, C. O Allison, F E. Arranls W. W A k J Brown, B. . Burke, MEL. B H, M. V YCOC ' ' C' Barfield' G' W' Bead Y. W. Bl k , A. E. Braden, P. P. L Cummings, H. B. Daniels, w. D. Dials, D. J. S3354 2' Chambless. B. D. Conrill, L. cgxfx. D. Craver, L. w. Nm. ESPYIGJ. H. Fields' W. H- Foster' D' P- Fowler. C- R- guligee. C. W. DUl'l'?H', T. Edmondson. S. ESPY. G- B6 I lhndor. R.M D- M- RI F- E- G- G. H2.I1:1a':f. i,'lfIlT'f' S- milm. l1??5??.' I lilfl'IT'I ' I H- sf 360 T h' Ted mor Pilfl the intri 50Cli T ecl BSL E chul ing Stuc Pict bers mit! B. - Prenljm ' V159-Prelilev - Semin! I Tfealllfy Juncil aden' raver. - pv. G-'Z I. Iflcock' F l lrd. D' ' -v Ol The Baptist Student Union serves as the link between Tech's fourteen hundred Baptists and the local churches, pro- moting not only Sunday School and Training Union but active participation in the local churches' organizations. On the campus, the BSU sponsors vespers, Bible study and discussion groups, intramural athletic teams, a monthly newspaper and various social activities. The Baptist Student Center, located at 734 Techwood Drive, N.W., is the campus headquarters for the BSU. Every Baptist student who is a member of a local Baptist church or who is a member of a Sunday School class or Train- ing Union in a local Baptist church is a member of the Baptist Student Union. Total membership is more than four hundred. Pictured on these pages are the BSU Executive Council mem- bers, Freshman Council members and members of the com- mittees which make up the Greater BSU Council. Baptist Student Union I M f, H. E. Mon, R, w. Lge T- Mai-ole M E Map-Cum, E. S. MCQOIIUTR. P. paziil J. R. Pofjsa JMP. Nlcllsw, R, o.Nleal.c.H. on J. Psnmoc IE . Smith' F. E, sfmgj, n. C R liiandall' T' Rowe- i Sanaers' C' R' Shawlr Tenley' E' wgoeilnalfl Mi D Tplawn. J- L. Sfaffofdl G, P, Strickland, W. W. TafH19rh5'F C. Wilson. C- B' ' odd' H' E- Walden J. F. Whisnant. R' A- W' la ' ' 361 9 -'Y' X XE. Z 'tl' X STAN MARCUM MEMBERS NOT PICTURED BONDS, T. XV. JONES, L. B. LILIES. C. THORNTON, I.. C. XVHITFIIELIJ. C. G. WOOD, W . 15' ll ,Fil W W L " fa: ,-X. K..-Q l W X ' by 4. IZA 'V . , is :,, CTW .4 ,pf af OFFICERS TOM BROWN if President GEORGE SPRAGINS Treasurer TOM BROWN aasztzgzw- I Canterbury Club is the Episcopal organization for students at Georgia Tech and Agnes Scott. Canterbury meets every Sunday at All Saints Church for worship, supper, discussion, and recreation. One of Canterbury's biggest achievements was the licensing of ten Tech students as Lay Readers. They work with other members of the parish in leading serv. ices in the parish and in missions in the Atlanta area, The plans for building a Student Center began func- tioning this school year. Students have pledged 3151 2500, and the parish will contribute additional money. Can- terbury also had a carnival to raise money. The Student Center will probably be completed for the beginning of the 1956-57 school year. EMBER M PICTU BEATTY' M' BOWEI? J' FORD, ' HAYS, P- N' HINDE7 J' C HUDLOW: ' LOWNDES, R- MANSTON, L' MASTERSON, l SUMMONS, .l' WALTER, C- F WASDIN, R- A WATTS: F' WOLFE, T- Spirilual Needs of Episcopal Slude Armstrong D L Barron C T Barllefl H Baumgardner C M 3 I J Canly, c.' ' ' carferf vli..i. Chrisl ' ', P. c bb ' ' - av ev. .c. B ,I L L JIT, DeMars. C. T. Deyhifst. J. Donald?S:?J. O. Efsehifif E. s gone' J' C' Czzkl Bl- lil- gligsrlbfd L R. lllrlllrllrif D- 9' 'HTH Grugg, T. Grlndley, T. Hall, T. H. Harf, J. G Ha3:l?andsMk J- Esles, JJ T6 Fleming, ll2rank,vlG. " 0f'eS.-- Ku,w. 'q.- - '- e 5 Il'I 362 Organ if' Ca c . for worship' .R621ders, L Atlanta area The.. IIC f I er began lung. edged 312,500 H1 monell Can: By' The Student the beginning lcopal T. l wrl.J' :iiirllts.'P' B' rarll ' 'in9. W' ization for nterbun. l l l l 1 I EMBERS NOT BEATTY, M- M PICTU RED BOWEN, 1- FORD, T. HAYS, P. N. HlNDE, J. HUDLOW, C. C. LOWNDES, R. MAHONE, T. D. MANSTON, L. MASTERSON, L. SLUAGINS, G. L. SUMMONS, J. C. WALTER, C. F. WASDIN, R. A. WATTS, J. F. WOLFE, T. The Rev. Bob Mill, Chaplain to 'the Episcopal students, leeele Can'l'erbury's Sunday nlglll digguggion Stuclents Are Con ern ot Tech Canterbury Lindsa Y"""" l -eu .1 . .-.mee fe- .. , . .. . Mi VH-5 . . phrfhill. W. T, kfckwoodl J- Lummus, F. E. Mallard, C. J. Martln, C. J. M.6Y0. N- MCKen1le, J. Millikan, R. Sims' - P Orton. W. B. Moss, W. R. Murlroe, C- NiChOlS. A- C- NICh0lS. J- Paul. L- C. Peterson, R. A. -K. Okfell, H. B. Rhodes, F. Ross, D. Runkle, R. Rust, F. G. Seay, M. Simon, A, W d R. Weiner, D. S. Walker, S. P. Whinheadl J. Smnh- M- Slaslny, T. Tolnas, T. J. B 9. 363 OFFICERS LAWRENCE GALLAGHER Premient VFW L NICHOLAS MARTELLOTTO f i g r Vice-Prefidenz n k -4, 1 I ROLAND FUENTES 5 ' Secretary in ei, M. MARTIN KELLER Treafurer LAWRENCE GALLAGHER Religious, Intellectual And Allou, A. L. Babin C-3 Bal B h. R. J. ' ' lcerak, R. S. B h H' . - Eiiclrziid R Eifselgge M B"'5ba"'e- J- J. Exif E. Il J gannmer' R' Barker. J- Baffa lia A Bernreuier D. L- - - . . . Fuenfesl R. ' asacuberfa, F, C 9 - ' ' Gogh' R- Gonzalez J J G d Gallagher, L. P. Sandia A 0""elY. R- Cronk, J. Deafs, P. HOIEY- G- Hursi J l ' ' Jgrggefcii' ?'aVlaf10. R. A. Grimes' G' gaflnef. B. Garvin, P, Gilberf. G- ' ' ' ' ' un , J. . ' ' Ueffef I - H . . H d . ' co A Kauaef, P. Keller, in, J. King, l3.A Kgfiniiifli. l 364 ME BRAUD, R' BRISBANE, 1 BROWN, K- CUCCHIARAQ DEVLIN, M' P' GEOSCH, H- G0rscH, R- GRAMLICPL HAMILL, J- HAp,iusoN, . HuDsoN, R- KANE, T' Socia all IQ ' We WI, J. WHO. IlgEVl,rwli' B. MEMBERS NOT 'PICTU RED BRAUD, R BRISBANE, E- BROWN, K- A- CANEPA, J- BEATON, H- A- ' C CUCCHIARA, P- DEVLIN, M. P. DOLAN, P- Grosci-I, H. Gorsci-x, R. GRAMLICH, R- HAMILL, J- J- HARRISON, A. HUDSON, R. KANE, T. KELLY, J. A. KOLLIE, T. LAUREANO, G. LANGSTON, L. LEE, J. MARTELLOTTO, N. A. MooRE, D. A. O'DONNELL, F. RUHL, R. SEVERINO, R. TERRAZAS, J.. A. VERELA, J. L. WRIGHT, J. D. YORK, C. L. YUEN, L. B. The Tec 1928, is an organization which offers the Catholic students at Tech much by way of various activities and spiritual and intel- lectual guidance. The chapter is regularly active with other Newman Clubs in the vicinity in social and religious functions. Members may enjoy the many dances, parties, and picnics, as well as the religious functions sponsored by the chapter. A few of the religious aspects are Lentan Lectures every Sunday eve- ning during Lent, the annual Mother's Day Mass and Commu- nion Breakfast, and Mass at the Newman House every first Friday of the month and on Holy Days of Obligation. One very Worthwhile social function is the annual dance with pro- ceeds donated to the March of Dimes. 11 Chapter of the Newman Club, established here in n Social Activities Gffered by Newman Club ' McGre90f- A- MCMa.hOn R O -- M I f' A. Martinez, F. ob I S' 51 D Lang N- Laila! cs Lee A J M-2CG'eg"" D' S' ii:fiifg5i'Cii' Nagy' J' L' Eiqiiaec' A' gifkeiiineviif. G- Roggii L W 6' 22'a':,'an-J- Milled Gi Mofifh-fri. J- siU'iO'm. L- 5:::i.B-H. SW W' Ae . ir.':.i:.'a:'1 C .W wi- B- s.me"- P- arise- 1- fs- .gf...... M. 1- W' .. R. A L L err V - - ' ' ' ' ' Toro. Y ' Thornborough, D. Thomas, D. Tillson. J- 365 BASS, P. BROWN, A A CHANG, S. CLARK, H. COMER, B. CUTRIGHT, ECKER, A. EDWARDS, ENGLE, B. ENSLEY, N Qkpz-" ' FLOYD, M. CRAWFORD, MEMBERS NOT PICTURED BOWEN, R. .C. CAMPBELL, B. H. E. R. EISENHAUER, B. A GRAHAM, J. HERMAN, HINKLEY, .- JACKSON, r 'ffffg J l Religious inspiralion and social fellowship are offered each Friday. C. F. D. M. JEDLICKA, C. KWASNIK, M. MCCARD, K. MCKINSEY, J. MAJJALA, M. MIDDLETON, J. MORRIS, J. I. PERRY, T. PROPST, F. RAY, J- ROANE, B. ROOKS, R. SALLEY, M. SPOONER, J. STEVBS, L. STUART, F. WARD, A. WHITE, H. S. WOODBEAY, J. F. wi5l:2uNoA1ioN Wesley Foundation ls Melhodisl Churches' FOQVG 3 Ab b' ,S. Ak 'd , E. A Id, P. B H, B. ' - ...z':a?'::, 'Q ..g.L.?a. Bars... .... Bears, H. ?:ig2L1"i..'?- 5':,f:"s"" H' 5222? ima B' mi" 5- Zami FP ,T . . . . - . . ox, . . . . - I. i?f:iilIl'eT'A. giii:!fr'T.B' 1. gill li Ef'i,n',?' De""'eY' D' Dlcki G' Dobson. J- Elfody-L Floyd' J' lli"'9- H . - E H I -L H. ht- J H - ' 6 . - Hardee, J. Harrell, B. Harrell D. Harris G. Haffls- H' 3' arrison, . e ms, . ig cwer. . 0. D. Hughes, D. Hulfon, M. Jimmerson, D, Johngoril J, Jonesfc, Judd D. Eizenikt 366 J. F. 'dies' d, F- glllfis. JP' Fl0Yd' H, Hafflsl Judd D. The Wesley Foundation, guided by Bob Marbut, president, T. G. Daniel, vice-president, Stan Aber- . -1 s crombie, secretary, and Carter Terrell, treasurer, was by K P very happy to have a special member added to their group. She is the new bride of B. C. Speers, director. Jw' a 5. Y" WEN-IEIJUNDATION l The regular meetings on Friday nights, which are planned by a student council under the guidance of B. C. and Bob Bowen, have found the house so full that N X it has become necessary to begin working for a new ' t 'J ' student center. These meetings consist of a short wor- i 1 . . , . . . '1 L I A , 2 Q ship service followed by a program which will vary .5 - te M 1, - if up ' from a humorous debate to educational films on Europe . . ' and Asia. 'iq-9+ ii ij.-,- x 1 ' BOB MARBUT Program for College Students X21 is-v "' f. Collum, D. F Mcoowell' 8' I d . 1. MCCIQSHY- J' MC M h , c. ,'Se"ev.,D. Keyser R Kni hf D Lewis, E. LU.ede'Sg, B' mffflillfrll. Mwoe' 3' l'l?l'ei.RA Roufgsfgf J' Nclggaqg' G' Marbul. Magfinz B. Me?ll:S.LJ- :,'LllLerW' Peterson, Exffyleypi ' Srevensora P. fJe':"r':'3'V' -" O,J, H, Pu.- " B. S'mmonS.- ,Wlk,. de-' ggggllzonh R. Rgzeuel G, ggmirrssnh. 52011, C. Shactklelford. Waddell, W. Waunwrvqhl. R 5 er . . T ' - ' errell, C. Thomson, J. Thurmond, R. Tfou ' 367 I . I ...e .C id V i " Y fi ' McGowan, O. Nordal, D. Robinson, 6. Sfinnefi, W. Wafson, J. ..., L"l C I . I l 1 I I I l 1 .., P OFFICERS HENY HIRSH President NIIKE TENNENBAUM Vice-President SAM SCHOOLSKY Secretary A LLA N KLEPPER Treamrer MEMBERS. NOT PICTURED BROF, R. COHEN, L. DAVIS, S. GREEN, D. M1LLER, W. SCHERL, M. SUMNER, S. HENRY HIRSH .-f7"'.5.' Bellen, R. Bergman, D. Edelman, M. Epstein, W. Esmond..-L Fqrfel. M- Feinman, M. Flasfersfein, S. Freedenlhal, C. Gold, D. Greendlmger, M. Hlrsh, H. Jacobsen, G. Klein, L. Klepper, A. Kravitz, R. Markus, G. MOFQGHSTGFH. l-- Okeon M. Pfeffer, E. Salzman, A. Schoolsky, S. Schyarfz, C. Shulock. H- Silberman, l. Singer, B. Slippen, S. Tennenbaum, M. Tillmger, A. Uffer. R- Hillel Serves Jewish Students The Hillel Foundation at Tech is one of the more than twO hundred active college chapters of the B'nair B'rith organiza- tion. The Hillel program is designed to provide the jewish student, through study and discussion, with knowledge Of Jewish life by acquainting him with the faith, literature, and history of his people. It hopes to help in the student's integration into the general community by the promotion of wholesome fellowship and intergroup relations. Hillel is designed to serve all jewish students, regardless of background, udenominationalu preferences, or degree of con- viction. No particular view of jewish life is endorsed. 368 ' X One of lhe PWPC The Ch The growth 4 been rapid durir llethodists, Pre Lutherans and 1 practically every spiritual needs. l hr the various weekly breakfas week during the The latest bo was the armour constructed on Q Good clean fun Farfel, M. Hirsh, H. M orgenslern, l- Shuloclr, H- Uffer, R. l wo za- ish of nd Jn ie SS ents ?X 2 new 'L ' .94 X i I, kb I I 1 K ' K X g 2 Q II Va' ,V fy 1 r .1 ' , R 1 , - 1 ri: .Q fl? lx - ! . . I i' y , 9 , u. - f r r . i 1 K - ' S s M 5 K' i 1 l , I , if One of the purposes of the campus groups is to encourage Sunda y church a'Hendance as seen here at All Sainis' Episcopal Church. The Church on Campus The growth of the church on the Tech campus h been rapid during the last decade. With the Baptists, Methodists, Presbyterians, Episcopalians, Catholics, Lutherans and jews all sponsoring active programs, practically every student can find a place to fulhll his spiritual needs. The YMCA serves as the coordinator for the various groups and in addition sponsors a weekly breakfast devotional and a religious emphasis week during the Easter season. The latest boost to the religious life of the student was the announcement that a chapel will soon be constructed on campus. X. 14 re iv, Good clean fun is standard 'For the denominational groups. Nxixmlli sm ii The programs are largely planned and run by 'lhe s'ruden+ members. Many groups such as 'rhe BSU own their own house on campus. th sac...--Y VY QQ 3 i 's sfss.N if E 2 5 1 ,... Q 1 .,. 1- -:f:11:Ez,f ' 1 ,'.' .' f ff- - .- 'wtf'-'ff - '7. 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' ' 7' ' E 'H' f f. ..,, ..J. .. .MLJLI sw- 'Q VV' fl X f . ......-....,.,.,, x ,..f 1 m fp A I I i I Vik Cx , I " 41-z Jilfhglslih I w, 'biuriilgx-x ' 1 'lc-allauzk 3 .J J K Jkcfjnlfwl i tg' 'niqz 4 Q 4 E -1 M- -- , ','l9'gj:3g!4f?,vr..o7" . ...Ju M ., ,vf I N. get M., If ' -.?'b"Yr-' 'Q gg classes have more interest, and every- day cares are less of a burden. For several Weeks classes are no problem. Filled with new enthusiasm, he feels that this is the quarter to make that good point average. How- ever, he soon realizes his disillusion- ment as that old disease, spring fever, ef.. ss Y ir 1 5... if -0 'f::: .fx if-v :ycle of , spring and the int, be- ild new ll there f spirit :passes off his alm0Sf which creeps in and takes its toll. Suddenly, the campus is filled with a Hurry of distractions. School elec- tions are the first to hit as the campus 41-.T ,U , l ...Au E., Q- 'Q A., , IV, 4' Hr." f ,, .X g My W' ' M, YW f ,.., .. I , . . -M: 2,q A ,, , . . V . s .11 "v-,mum 1 "'-. Q Jw ,,..-qx E432 ff .', fff 1" ' V,qyfggm,f, I ""'K .J the :tive ages Key nm ll! on the formula-filled blackboard but on the outside Where he dreams of teeing off at North Fulton or just sit- ting and loafing in the shade. As if by magic, IFC weekend ar- rives and provides new excitement as the entire campus goes all out for oney :rue 2 in low ally DOI 37 5 K I I ,, is 2' Q , 36 . I r ..0' swat' .TI F "'sn o 1 ' In ! l I Q . o 'a fs , ' , ala , , li ,tl if '- V v s 'V S442 f f r M f 1 f - 5 r H. e t by l ' 1, I 3 big weekend. The ordinary student, dressed in blue jeans and two day beard, becomes the last word in styl- ing as the cord suits move in. The IFC sing fills Peters Park with strains of songs both old and new as the Phi Sigma Kappa's walk oil with the trophy. However, as he awaits his commis- sioning, the senior suddenly realizes that it's all over. Quickly, now, he looks back and many memories Hash l l X s I , 1 C " I N.. 1 M '7 f 'Z rf' ,f I T ur' i' dem. Z '. 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MPH rn FJ A f 3-, . f.- ,, " .gzrvzwzreff 3.4. 113'-f!9n A!"f ,p . l ' JW' .tz'3.fff'f ff A I 'Q ' qjvij ' I .4 . -- ,, . .Mfr I W-4 vgfvi ii' .gan 4 :- - llxts f Q -4 1-5. . :rf 1 ffJ3t7.'X 4 . . through hls mmcl :ls thc pztst now lac- ' , ht " an lash Comcs cloudy :mtl visions ol' thc llttlttrt- ztppczut He looks to tlmt lutttrc wt-ll prcpztrccl to mcct its cltztllcngc. lmut. us on that first tlzty. thc om- lmruing question still l'CIIl1llIlS. Uxlvlllll lit-s z1l1cztcl?" gf Q' india Q? ' ' in .Je 4' '-Aw i M " , I . K pf . A Spring Contents VARSITY SPORTS . . . 379 IN TRAMURALS . . 3 88 BEAUTIES . . 393 FRATERNITY SPONSORS . . 400 SPONSORS . . 406 GRADUATE STUDENTS . . 412 5 TH YEAR ARCHITECTS . . 416 SEN IORS . . 418 ADVERTISEMENTS . . . 473 378 3 1 L 1 '1 iw '.1L"?H,2 -1 3 s i UCC r' T s wb" 1 'N 1 2 t X f ,f -q 7611 . .-. if .'. , T f i 2 ew -53, ,Zi ,. , . . r Q ,.- .ng:,w..,ff ,rf - , ul , 5 'iff 1 J 'M 'f ff v It 7,4'y.f,gy,,,y,e,,,yf,.,, f W, ' ff- rf If 1. ,, vw' .vhs 'p Jaffe if- ,. , .--.:, ,. . i"',,fx f hl'?'5iffiQAS5-,TT-"'aV3xr,l ff. Wt""fL27ffffvvfMfl"'t2m' .f 'T Q' ff ja Q z..i.,.ff.,'X.,'.,.!.:umQ4l. mf' .,f,,,Lm14,1fi-,ne.,':,.,..,,..,.,4. ff,.'..t.mfg'if'l-innxmit,,1..f.,..,......,fjf,.1.g:fxzL.z Jack Jordan, Jaclcef pitching ace, is run down while frying 'ro add insull' 'lo iniury in Tech's 2l-3 'rrouncing of Wilclca'rs. sl 1 The Yellow Jacket Baseball team enjoyed one of the A Tech Misses Eastern Title B One Game y 1 X finest seasons in years in 1955. The hustling jackets fin- ished with a 15-9 overall record and Won 10 while losing only 6 within the Southeastern Conference. The confer- BO B MCCAU LY Second Base JACK JORDAN 1 Pitcher 1 ence record does not look so outstanding at first glance, I but in a very tight race, the jackets were not eliminated l S from pennant contention until the next to the last day of 1 the season. Tech was one of the two conference teams i T to split with the pennant winners this year. it The jackets opened their season with a road trip to -, 1 5 L Florida, where they met with good success, winning 4 of -1. 3 6 games. The first team to taste the Jackets sting was T Stetson at Deland. Bob Patton picked up where he left , off last year and pitched shut-out ball. Larry Morris and 3 Bobby McCauley wielded big sticks, getting 3 for 4 and M 5 2 for 3 respectively. The next day Stetson came back . W 'l 1 , wa, , ., M ,rf in 'V P 1 - 44 4., i,l?"?a,zZ-6J"f,j'w!r ff ua'fMyQf7L.fMm determined, but Burt Grant took the hill and held them N f Q 5 in check, while Lane Akers collected 3 hits in 6 trips to 154 3 i i 3,1 COACH JOE PITTARD 5'6" ' 'I 1 A CO-CAPTAIN LARRY MORRIS CO-CAPTAIN DAVE REDFORD BILL FULCHER ' Lefffleld Pitcher Righffield f f mp' 4 , X ,WVU 'f xi ll it, , 1 , T , 7 f ii QQ if M fl I ek. GRAY POT' Third B-as the plate moved If Stare and encounte win, Wlll ances. T handed t With Gainesvi Bob Mcf the rest c The next big Tech Cohen, f The T and prep Bowl Fi Grant, a johnny Akers, CI r Vg! dcais. 19 :CAULY I Base ORDAN her LAN E AKERS GRAY POTTER Third Base Shortsfop the plate, and Tech was victorious 7-4. The team then moved to Winter Park for a double-header with Ohio State and Rollings College. The Jackets took the early encounter 9-3, with Danny McGregor picking up the win, while Gray Potter banged out 2 hits in 5 appear- ances. That night the bats were silent, and Rollings handed the jackets their first loss, 6-4. With this 3-1 record under their belt, Tech moved to Gainesville to open conference competition with Florida. Bob McCauley blasted 3 hits in 4 trips but failed to ignite the rest of the power, and Florida rolled to a 11-3 victory. The next day Danny McGregor took the mound, and the big Tech bats gave him solid backing. Akers had 4 for 4, Cohen, 3 for 5, and McCauley, 2 for 3. The Techmen returned from Florida with a 4-2 record and prepared for a one-game stand with Mercer at Rose Bowl Field. Dave Redford started, but was relieved by Grant, as the jackets came from behind to win 5-4 On johnny Menger's booming homer to right. Alff-IFS. Cohen, McCauley and PaHon offer hanclshakes after fl ' VINCE TERRY TOPPY VANN First Base Cayche, The Jackets hit the road again for three days, playing two games with Auburn and a return bout with Mercer. Tech won the first game with Auburn 5-3 on the line relief pitching of jack jordan and the hitting of Larry Morris. The next day the Tigers took charge and handed Tech a 7-3 loss. In the wild scoring game at Mercer, Morris slammed 4 for 5, but Tech still came out on the short end of an 11-10 score. Back home again, the Jackets took on the Kentucky Wildcats and won the first game on 17 runs behind the pitching of McGregor. In the second game, Tech mus- tered 21 runs, their largest output of the season, to give Jack Jordan another victory. Florida was next to come into the Rose Bowl. In the first of a two-day stand the Gators defeated Tech ll-7. The next day, Tech got back into the win column, hand- ' ff the Floridians a 7-6 loss on the line pitching of jack ing 1 jordan. Menger collected 2 for 5 in this game. Clemson H ' Jacket righffielcler, belfs a homer in Kentucky fracas. H enry air, -1 Q '-.pe--. af, -. . .. Y - -, 4 THE SEASON Tech OPP- IO . . , . . Stetson . . . 0 9 . . . . Ohio State . . . 6 4 . . . Rollins College . . 6 5 . . . . . Florida . . . 11 11 . . . . Florida . . 7 5 . . . . Mercer . . 4 5 . . . . Auburn . . 5 3 . . . . Auburn . . 7 10 . . . . Mercer . . . 11 17 . . , Kentucky . . 0 21 . . . Kentucky , . 3 7 . . . . Florida . . 11 7 . . . . Florida . . 6 6 . . . . Clemson . . 4 4 . . . . Clemson . . 8 8 . . . . Auburn . . 15 12 . . . . Auburn . . 7 1 . . . . Georgia . . 15 5 . . . . Georgia . . . 2 13 . . . Kentucky . . 3 10 . . . Kentucky . . 2 5 . . . . Georgia . . 6 18 . . . . Georgia . . 4 moved in next for the final game of the Tech home stand. The Jackets were victorious 6-4, with Redford pitching and McCauley collecting 3 for 3. Tech then journeyed to Clemson for a single game only to lose 8-4. Auburn moved in for a two-game set and took the hrst game 13-8. The jackets bounced back to take the second game 12-7, with Bob Patton winning. McCauley, Menger, Morris, Dover and Hair were the big stickmen. The jackets then journeyed to Athens to take on the high-flying Georgia Bulldogs. Bill Fulcher opened the game with a triple to right and scored on a wild pitch. The lead was short-lived, however, as the Bulldogs came back to hand Tech its worst defeat of the season, 15-1. Tech rebounded the following day to hand Georgia its first conference loss of the season, 5-2. Bob Patton was the pitcher and Henry Hair the big man at the plate. Wfith visions of a Division Title, the Jackets brushed off Kentucky 13-3 and 10-2 in Lexington, and hurried home to meet Georgia in the final series of the season. BOBBY DOVER BOB TROWBRIDGE Cenierfield Pitcher Co-capfain Larry Morris, lefffielder, sfreaks The Techmen played every bit like champions in the opening game until the fatal eighth inning. With Tech leading 5-3 and the bases loaded, the Bulldog pitcher lifted a lazy fly to right field which the Tech fielder lost in the sun. The ball fell in for a triple and the Bulldogs led 6-5. Tech tried desperately in the ninth but were unable to score, and Georgia clinched the Division title. The Jackets came back with vengeance on the final day of the season as they trounced the champs 18-4 be- hind the hitting of Morris, McCauley and Akers. Second-baseman Bobby McCauley led the Southeast- ern Conference in home-runs with 11 and was named to the first team All-SEC squad by the spottswriters. Larry Morris, Bill Cohen, and Johnny Menger joined him on the All-Divisional team. Prospects are bright for Coach Pittard next year, as he loses only four men from the entire squad. Larry Morris and Dave Redford, the Co-Captains, have graduated along with Henry Hair, while Bobby McCauley has used up his eligibility. BURTON GRANT HENRY HAIR Pitcher Righifield eq.. , 'si ,- JOHNNY MENGER Catcher DAN MacGREGOR Pilcher BILL COHEN First Base BOB PATTON Pifcher on-Ali' der. slreals for home as Kenluclcy baclcslop eyes ball and 'fasl'-moving Brahma. ns in the 'ith Tech g pitcher elder lost Bulldogs but were sion title. the final 18-4 be- s. outheasr- iamed ro rs. Larry him on ar, as he y Morris raduatffd has used AIR d '-una-.. , . .X X '., x "1 as 'HY -Si. Pal"l'on, covering 1-hird, braces +0 'tag Sonny Corum in Rose Bowl field bouf wifh bluegrass boys. 1 - 1 , Q-- .-r '.,'-- , Q 5b 'S .. . .""" ' i I ..-..f T.. f' 'f. f . "'-'?i.4 1 Qvx l : . -Q 1 in 1 5 -T:-"Wi-tp Jr Sprint ace, Martin Torrance is edged in 'rhe I00-yard dash by an F.S.U. speedsfer. Marlin 'rook fhe 220 later in 'rhe meef. Track Team F nishes in Firsi' Half of S. E. C. The 1955 Track Season got under way for Geor- gia Tech on April 2nd at Gainesville, Florida at the Florida Relays. Although teams were not entered as such, Carl Vereen walked off with individual honors for Tech as he took first place in both the discus and shot put. Florida and South Carolina came to Atlanta on April 9th fora triangular meet, and the Gators literally ran off with the meet, piling up 83 1X5 points to South Carolina's 56 273, and Tech's 31. Carl Vereen again paced the discus and shot put events, while Martin Tor- rence picked up third place in both the 100 and 220- yard dashes. Frank Rust added a third in the broad jump to complete the jackets' scoring. On April 23rd, Georgia and Florida State came into Atlanta for another triangular meet. Again it was the boys from the Sunshine State who led the scoring, this time with 67 points. Georgia counted 56 and Tech 47. Once again Carl Vereen took the discus and shot put DICK DEVANE CARL VEREEN events, but this time he broke the Tech record in the discus with a toss of 164 feet, 11M inches. Martin Torrance captured the 220-yard dash and came in sec- ond in the 100. johnny Hunsinger cleared 11' 6" to take the Pole Vault. Carl Vereen was the only man whom Tech sent to the Drake Relays, but he came through in line style, as he not only won the discus throw, but established a new record of 172 feet, HM, inches. Tech finished the regular season with a dual meet with Alabama in Tuscaloosa. The Tide finished far out in front, 98-37. Vereen took his usual two, Torrence took the sprints and Rust the broad jump for the jackets' points. In the Southeastern Conference meet at Birmingham, Alabama on May 2 lst, Tech Hnished in sixth place with 17M points. Carl Vereen was the meet's only double winner. On a slow, Muddy track Martin Torrance placed second in the 220 and fourth in the 100. FRANK RUST MARTIN TORRANCE Captain The all-imp01 The AAU with 3 shot t Star Ili AAU yard 4 and At sen had Jacket ie meet. yi in the Martin 5 in sec- ' 6" to sent to style, as :l a new tl meet far out orrence lackets' mgham, :e with double mrrance NCE I 'UW' ..L" 'T I Nl V The all-important relay handott, one key tactor to winning a race. The final competition of the year came in the Georgia AAU at Grant Field. Tech finished second to Georgia with 34 points. Carl Vereen took the discus, hut lost the shot put event to Fred Berman, ex and future Tech star now in the Marines. Martin Torrance equalled the AAU mark in the century, and also captured the 220- yard dash. Frank Rust took third in the broad jump, and Johnny Hunsinger tied for second in the pole vault. At the end of the meet, Martin Torrance was pre- sented with a watch for being named the Jacket who had made the most progress in twelve months. Coach Norris Dean makes this award annually. Jacket thinclad shows pertect torm and style tor iavelin event. .,, FQ 'sei GH-5.5. ... l'1 Tech's Torrance strains at the tinish ot the A.A.U. century. Martin equalled the existing 9.8 record and also captured the 200 dash. Carl Vereen, Tech's chiet point producer, prepares to cop an- other tirst. Carl is a top Olympic candidate tor the i956 games. -,R -xr.. r 4, 'A ' uf I P+ . :,', ,Y if! .yy .',,' ,ef .',7ov"1"'fn -n-'7 . 4. , Aa . ' I , fy ex. . , '4 ii 'I Tir. N , ' . A 4- -S f A ,w -' . . A 98:1 ,,-i':pv.,-L- ,'.,'x , :' - , .aff '-, I .,., .I ,- 4.,j,- , .' .M-A bf,-.,., - tb - --'Q-' - 'f' -.r'5"'vs:'5!!f"iv5 . i ' ta,,i...fyq-'.. ...- - ' "-9,4-nf-..,, M - .-. ' . Lv. ,- 'tix 'A ai .9 . J, ',vf-'shi' f., ' .' -' . - . 'lk 4 "fi 'v:1Z.f:f,- L jr'...5'."'1: 3 ' ' .. ' -,'. I .,f. W - sg , '- . J-'. 1. - '51 ' '. i. ' argl. .J --'-' -1- ' jf? .fa .I ,. -, TFAA- Y - f 4' gf'-' ,-, .5:x:f'4-4t...3 -. tg. 7,2 r,,,' 1 1.3! ,- --L -, 3?.,g, Yi"-'-L9 ,.,,4f,7 - Q 5-:-3.1" 7' I, '.,.,.: r P z -'H+-J.13,,gagfZ:,. 1: '.-- .A ' 5:'n 'P -r- . , , ' -' ' ' - - 0 . , in .. ' v . . N1 X 'V f ,ff ,, ,gi fy -XY-ff! , f ,fg,,,,f fl, f "fy 1 AK. 71 pf ff' K ff f f K , ,.,, ,ff 4 ii 1 .I -I ., 'i i 'Z Q . ST R . o .i 1. l - I l 111 Til ' 1 Q us.:1a:tSssrssf..g4f'fy: 1 'lidm' W ,,...,fwm . ,.,,,,, . -- J k 1' ' 1' ' les la er on 'the feam, smashes a shoi' from fhe fore courf. Leif fo " CARTER GABE " HENRY Tech Net Team Has 9-9 Record 195 JACK HEISEL NELSON ARRINGTON ROGER CRIPE SAMMY VAN LEER LEE JONES EARLE BORTELL, JR. Against some Very fine competition the Tech netters came through with an even 9-9 season. This year brought forth some of the finest tennis seen at Tech in years. The netmen opened the season with a 7-2 win over the jack- sonville Navy Air Station but lost to Florida the next day by an 8-1 count. After suffering another defeat at the hands of the F.S.U. Indians, the Techmen returned to home ground. Here they took on Georgia and emerged an 8-1 victor. After a return bout with jacksonville and a match with Michigan, Tech was whitewashed 9-O by powerful Tulane. The netters came zoom- ing back with a 6-3 victory over Vanderbilt. Indiana moved in next and showed masterful ability in handing Tech an 8-1 loss, which was followed by a 5-4 defeat by the Pensacola Air Sta- tion. In the longest match of the season, the netters took a 5.5-3.5 measure of Tennessee and then won a return match with F.S.U. by a 5-4 score. The jackets swamped Auburn 8-1 but lost to Florida again by a 7-2 count. The netmen edged Georgia 5-4 after blanking the Tea-Sippers of Emory 9-0. The jackets again lowered the boom on Tennessee 6-3 and had the favor returned by L.S.U. in an 8-1 loss. From here the netters went to the SEC Tournament at New Orleans where they came up with the 5th place position. MIKE TIERNEY The Yr with Nec ter Terre lahassee, golfers n defeat. Aided trip, the On a tai squeezed After Bulldogs was the victory c meet, th State Crt Georg as Tech of the sf that brc Georgia Yellow With year's pi Ned Edg ,X fore court ord wh netters ght forth ' the jack- day hy an yds of the nd. Here r a return Tech was me zoom- .moved in 1 8-1 loss, L Air Sta- rs took a rn match burn 8-l en edged 9-O. The l had the e netters rey came Leff fo ri9hf5 CARTER TERRELL GABE HILL HENRY TUTEN 1955 Golf Squad Captures Four Matches The Yellow Jacket linksmen began a spirited season with Ned Edge, Captain Johnny Maddox, George Johnson, Car- ter Terrell, Lynwood johnson, and Gabe Hill travelling to Tal- lahassee, Florida, where they defeated FSU 15.5 to 11.5. The golfers next visited the University of Florida only to meet with defeat. Aided by Henry Tuten, who joined the team after the early trip, the jackets trimmed Auburn and Tennessee in succession. On a rainy afternoon, the Florida Gators invaded Atlanta and squeezed out a 19-18 victory over the flghting Jackets. After a round with a tough Vanderbilt squad, Tech met the Bulldogs of Georgia for the first time of the season. Again it was the enemy's day as the men from Georgia took a 21-6 victory over Tech. On the eve of the Southern Intercollegiate meet, the Tech golfers locked irons with a strong Memphis State crew and came out on the short side of a 20.5-6.5 score. George Johnson led the way in the next meet with Tennessee as Tech grabbed a decisive win over the Vols. In the last match of the season, the jackets met the Georgia Bulldogs in a match that brought forth some of the finest golf of the year. The Georgia team had too much power, however, and again the Yellow Jackets were defeated. With Georgia johnson and several lettermen returning, next YCf1f'S prospects are bright. Ned Edge watches infenfly as George Johnson prepares fo sink one. RNEY - .1 owe wr "si, if, J.. -QQ., 'F' ag, 4 'Z v, 3?gg -, . :sb JOHNNY MADDOX, Captain s we .sift G i 6 x Ts X s J, 'N 3 w,,,,,e. ,, ,... - mama, 4f it p if 3 at , ,af Kappa Sig's Fowler Wins Title In Ping Pong Play The school's intramural individual ping pong cham- pion this year is Lynn Fowler of Kappa Sigma. Lynn up- ended Phi Sigma Kappa's Mike Tierney, defending champ, for the title. Tierney won last year's tournament as it was introduced for the first time on the intramural program. Each fraternity entered four men as the tournament began, and they battled down to the finals through the quarter. The team championship is decided by the total number of matches won. At the time of this printing the race is narrowed down to either Kappa Sigma, Sigma Chi, Tau Epsilon, or Phi Sigma Kappa as the possible team champ. A ,em Nf.. , t, V- ,A 1-w, i .Q '.. 5 gn fs 3,3 , - ' ff ,Q wwf eff? . ,I 435 3 ggi? 1 1 ,, ff mi 5' r. I 3 , Intramural Alp Intrami power hit This was The vs were not League tl the Chi 1 Theta X the Whl place hon Ond plat 'ES ' A. X., , i Z , . :,.,,, Q, -if -,ij vrisiwp. x ll ,. lj I Wmpyqa l 8 A T--.l. .li N ms Play mg cham- Lynrl UP' ig Champ' 7 as if Was Pf0gl'21l'll- ,nt begilny 3 quarter. 1 numbff je face 15 Chi, Tau Q rlian1P' l E ' -f fwl lnframural softball is offen very highly compefifive. The ATO's won fhe school championship behind the skillful pitching of Bob Sharp. Alpha Tau Omega Wins Softball For 3rd Year In Row Intramural softball for 195 5 brought forth a host of power hitters to do battle with a crew of very fine pitchers. This was a year of team effort rather than individual stars. The winners of the four leagues, with one exception, were not decided until the final game. In the Independent League the Pan-American Club took first place. Theta Xi and the Chi Psi's hooked up in a nip-and-tuck battle with the Theta Xi coming out on top in the Tornado League. In the White League, Alpha Epsilon Pi took an easy first place honor while the Kappa Sigs were squeezing into sec- ond place. Alpha Tau Omega and Beta Theta Pi swapped places on the last day of the season with the ATO's being number one in the Gold League. The winners of the three Fraternity leagues met in the playoffs to decide the Fraternity Champion. Here the ATO's literally rolled over the opposition to become the champs. Theta Xi sneaked into second place. Alpha Tau Omega continued to roll as they met the Pan-Americans in the final game of the softball playoffs to become school cham- pions for the third straight year. The hurling of Bob Sharp and the hitting of the entire team were outstanding in the ATO victories. ' 'f -.,s., fi 5 fav ' 15 ' " fr 5 1 .441 A .. 339 l . l ' . . l l a 4 p X , Q ' Y X , . K A. 5 .b ,Q ' . V ,IJ- A' I in 'X X p fix", , Q , e f- iJL1as" ' gpfflf'-i'?g' z41.3gw'f--ff.'F1fpf'-flwg-u":' 'M-0 33. lp - .U4i'- iq, e' , ,Q 1 'HU' , 3 X-4. V1 Q uf :iff-:.f 144- f "2.+"...':',+-1? i ..-:fa l .M-w f' --f t-.rw4:- V. fklgvrlr .rw-aaf -vw 1 gun, . t r Paks, .yr-V' ,-,Li',,.!.'s,l,f .546 ,, 4. l 1 J.. f .. .f sffaagxzfa., . ' ' . F. ..--. . -W ,, - .i.. , ,Q 44 ,fmzf ,g f 6, X . , Ht! , gf-,,s m if -f I S614 y, Vw Y I Q LM , , f ,, A '- , ffifj-5 1 4, ,9r,w,?lf' A ng-QQ. x l '45 X , Q gafm ,yy ,AM K 5 X H 1, f 1 p 'I 'fair 4 K, tiff 1 S ' - ' A , 1 , , N ' ' f"' ' A U- vc' , A-. ll, " 'finer "Wy 4, ' 5 alfa, .f. , '- a-',,.,g,I . f' ' ffm, , X Pounding around the curve, the runners head into the stretch. Kappa Sigma Wins Track The Intramural Track Meet was held at Grant Field on Sunday, May 29th. Of the six track and field events that were run, Kappa Sigma walked oit with first place in three of them. Wilford Lyon, the day's only double Winner, got Kappa Sigma off to a good start by taking the 100-yard dash. Bob Beach followed suit by taking the 440-yard dash. From here, the Kappa Sig's were never headed. jack Owen of Kappa Alpha crossed the finish line first in the mile run, and the Alpha Tau Omega's relay team came through to take the 440-yard relay. In the field events, Lyon took first place in the broad jump and Ed Mau of Theta Xi paced the high jumpers. Pursuing Kappa Sigma for the team trophy were: Alpha Tau Omega with 27 points, Beta Theta Pi with 20 points, and Sigma Alpha Epsilon with 16 points. Two runners practice starts in warming up for the spring intramural track meet. V "i i 4' 1 1 W Q N ' n ...rr V ark ,er ' Q , -,f i --14, 'X A V Q i 4 'ti 3 "1 Q Nl: i!5 x Q H rl 2 li Qf ar' r--at - - 1 ' r s L ,CNF - P1--H -iii ' - Kappa Sigma Fraternity walked ott with top track honors this year. Y, , K K .- Johr Psi I Last SP' leagues- WQS llflde up the cui the SIT10k divots rel amassed 1 ner of ti Theta ani Bland individua Guthrie c .una UF" Ire-Q 5 if IV 5 L6 4 rm ,iiqi ,,f A f , 1 1 fi: Q r rf , ,, I' ' -ft 5 W fr -'aft E52 . , ,1 fhis year. tg? ff . .ILfLsJL.4 ' , fa - 4 .. g - ' I r E, t-1 Q' Vit g 53:5 Q22-fa: --7 .51 . . "x .Wy 2.1" a-.' .:,.. :QU ,- ' . -f. . 71 A ' X- fu . 'P ,ral .. 3 . - 1" ,..,,,,.., . vw.. ., , . Johnson Wins Golf, Chi Psi Is Champ ol Teams Last spring the fraternities were divided into two leagues-the Chip and the Putt, and the golf tournament was under way. All during the quarter, the dubbers filled up the cups and toured the holes Crnostly the 19thJ. When the smoke had cleared, clubs had been repaired, and the divots replaced, Chi Psi, winner of the Putt League, had amassed the highest number of points. Beta Theta Pi, win- ner of the Chip League finished second, with Phi Delta Theta and Phi Gamma Delta clQse behind. Bland johnson of Chi Psi was crowned the school's individual champion as he was low man in nine matches. Gufhrie displays 'lhe smoo'l'h form 'l'ha+ won him 'lhe +ennis +i+le. .. A 4' l . , ste 'v"'61 Q' J, ,W . at rt' i., , ' ' I ., . , , . . O. Q ' O YQ Q v ' R' .Q . 9' ' 4 - ' ' . ..' ' va. Q , 1 u- - 1 1 5In'tfQ'+'-rg ef - - - --M-fzr. 4 s 1 ,. . 'Of lxx' l Bland Johnson of Chi Psi won 'the school individual fitle in golf. Tommy Guthrie ol Alpha Tau Omega Cops Tennis Intramural Tennis was conducted in the Spring Quarter at Peters Park, and played in tournament style, the matches being played whenever weather permitted. When the weaker ones had fallen by the wayside, only Tommy Guthrie of Alpha Tau Omega and Lynn Fowler of Kappa Sigma remained. Q In the playoff, Guthrie outlasted Fowler and was re- turned the victor. For the team trophy there was a tie for first place between the ATO's and Sigma Chi's. Kappa Sigma took undisputed possession of 3rd place and Phi Delta Theta-Sigma Alpha Epsilon locked for 4th. 1956 Beauty Judge Milton Caniff Each year the Blue Print seeks to obtain some outstanding personality in the world of en- tertainment to judge its annual beauty contest. This year was no exception as Milton Caniff, creator of "Terry and the Pirates" and his more recent adventurer, "Steve Canyon," consented to select the "fairest of the fair." 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U3 Af brawl- Mlss JUDY FALLOW PHI KAPPA SIGMA A . ,, M155 LINDA BARNES PHI KAPPA TAU M155 BECKY D,ARCY PI KAPPA ALPHA 403 M155 ANNETTE BALINQEG PI KAPPA PHI Mlss KAY BRANCH , SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON A ,G I 'A.A Mlss NANCY HOLLAND SIGMA CI-II Miss CLAIR DEAL SIGMA PHI EPSILON mph Miss VIVIAN CANTRALL MISS HELEN BRODY SIGMA NU TAU EPSILON PHI ,EAL SILON FRATERNITY FAVCDRITES Miss SHELBY JEAN RAYDER TAU KAPPA EPSILON M155 TIPPY JOINER THETA CHI 403 In Q. E ffl. M155 BETTY HAYES THETA XI MISS TOY JOHNSON for CHARLES COBB BLUE PRINT BUSINESS MANAGER SENIOR CLASS PRESIDENT MISS PENNY SMITH for WOODY BARTLETT BLUE PRINT EDITOR ODK PRESIDENT Mlss NANCY NIXON for - RUSS MCDONOUGH TECHNIQUE EDITOR MISS JEAN DONALDSON for A. B. PERVIS TECHNIQUE BUSINESS MANAGER MISS ELEANOR PHARR for AL ELLERBEE ENGINEER BUSINESS MANAGER MISS LIBBY BOND for BOB BEACH ENGINEER EDITOR 1 Mlss I-IARRIETTE GRIFFIN for GEORGE HARRIS STUDENT COUNCIL PRESIDENT S I 4 09 Miss ELEAISIOR SWAIN for BILL ALL ANAK PRESIDENT a , f 1 e -1 i ef S an , 4 X G r a d uaf es X4. it Q , 1 ' Y ' ' '7e'N':1.,A - 44' v mfmg , Q .jx -M'lf1t,, bw .,g9,,", ' I , ' , . -ig lf, Y'-'Sh M , i 2 1' A V 5, - ""'v ,J ,. . rv A. My 'FAQ .U f M Fiveash R oller Fry Johns+on GRADUATE JAMES M. F1vEAsH . . . . Prefident JOHN E. ROLLER . . Vice-Prefialent JAMES C. FRY .... , , Secretary S T I , D E N T S . Treaxnrer CHARLES T. JOHNSTON . ALFORD, GLYNN H ......... . Pensacola, Electrical Engineering ANDERSON, SEYMOUR C. ...... . Atlanta, lnzlaxtrial Engineering AUSTIN, EDWARD M. ........ . Rome, Mechanical Engineering BARNES, WILLIAM S. ....... . . Atlanta Phyxics BENATAR, LEO .......... . . Atlanta, lndaxtrial Engineering BENNETT, JOHN A. ........ . Eastman Aeronautical Engineering CASON, DURWARD V ....... . . Atlanta, Mechanicx Fla. Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga Ga 0 CHEEK, WILLIAM C. ...... . Industrial Management CRUMPTON, CHARLES L ...... City Planning DAVIS, D. JACK ......... Textile Engineering DODD, JAMES H ......... City Planning EAGLE, DONALD E. ...... . Physics ERGLE, JOHN L. ........ . Chemical Engineering FIVEASH, JAMES M ........ Inilnxtrial Engineering ELETCHALL, DONALD E ...... Mechanical Engineering . Atkins, Ark. . Tampa, Fla. . . Macon, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. New Orleans, La. Spartanburg, S. C. . Brunswick, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. Alford Anderson Au ' sf Cheek Crum 1 D .IH Barnes Benalar Benneii giigaall P on avls Dodd Eaqle Erqle I 412 RTE ITS . Atkins, Ark. . Tampa, Fla . . Macon, Ga. , Atlanta, Ga. New Orleans, La. Lpartanburg, 5- C- Brunswick, GH- , Atlanta, G2- giiggall i 5 .ei . on r, 3 Fowler Franco Godbee Gordon, I. A. Gordon, W. G. Griffith Grindley Hartman Haunson Haworfh Hefner Howard Johnson Johnston Jones Kennedy Kevorkian Kilby Kim Kfafff Ldbgurgur 0 FOWLER, JOHN R ........... Ninnekah, Oltltt. HEFNER, ROBERT J. ....... . Atltlttttt, Ott Mechanical Engineering Chemical Iinginecring HOWARD, HENRY C ........ . Atlanta. Gal FRANCO' AARON M' '. I ' I ' . ' ' ' ' Atlanta, Ga' Aerrnlaillicaf lfrzlgirlecring I Czwl Engmeermg JOHNSON, PIERCE ........ Iicrnalnllinu Bclltll, l'lal. GODBEE, HERSCHEL W. ....... . Savannah, Ga. Electrical li11,ui11c'c'rif1,Q C'WfcfE'1gfWff'1g JOHNSTON, CHARLES T. ...... , . . RUI11C,C3tl. GORDON, IVAN A. .......... Phlltttltlpltltt, Pa. lfffffffffwf 'f'frff'ff'ff'ff TeXf11ffE'2wffefms' o JONES, CHANNlNO E ......... Montgomery, Altt. GORDON, WILLIS G. ......... . Atlanta, Ga, ""f""""' 'l"""'g""'f"" Indfulfial Management KENNEDY, MARTIN H. ....... . jolicl. Ill. Iflliflfj' E- ' . . . . I ' Atlanta, Ga. r HI ll f I1 f1LlfllLflUQ C'f'f"1ff"fE'1gf"'ffff'fg WORKIAN llRAlt'i.5g...,t..t f,.gt.,.:...Q..' ' A"a"'a' Ga' GR . INDLEY,THOMAS6b. .. Z.E. L. .. . . Cumberland, England KILBY, DONALD C' I . K . 1 l l , Ancsm' Cul- emzca ngmeermg Cbmlmry 0 HARTMANN, RANDOLF J. ....... Stuttgart, Germany KIM, KEE Y. . ' ' . . ' I . D . Scoul' Korea Pbyfiw Physics HAUNSON, JACK P ......... . . Atlanta, GH. KRAFFT, PIERRE ......... Lausanne, Switzerland Chemical Ezzgineering Elcclrical lixzgifzecfrirzg HAWORTH, HOWARD W, ,,,, , Atlanta, Ott, LABOUREURMIAQUES L. .I . .. . . . Atlanta, Ott. Chemistry CMJ Panmng I rf e MCCARTHY, JOHN A. ....... . T0 L - h L' Lind Manriheimer Marsh lMesCarihy J A lviigonald Iviiariaill Meredith Messlaen Muller Mums ' I ' Muse O'Conner Olivares Ossorio Paiel LEE, BUNG-CHUNG ........... Taiwan, China MEREDITH, JAMES C ....... Mechanical Engineering Pnhlic Health MESSIAEN, ROBERT T. ...... . . St. Petersburg, Fla. , Mechanicx LEIGH, GERALD M ......... Civil Engineering LIGON, WALTER M ......... . Toccoa, Ga. MILLER EDMGND T- 1 x - .- -. - - Civil Engineering Chemical Engineering LIND, ROGER C. .......... Park, Rapids, Minn. MORERAA LUIS F' ' ' City Pldhning' Civil Engineering 0 MULLIS, CHARLES H. ...... . MANNHEIMER, RICHARD ....... Miami Beach, Fla. Civil Engineering Chemical Engineering I MUSE, WILLIAM H. ....... . MARSH, BRYAN B .......... Montgomery, Alf. I'Z'i"m'dlEng"'ee'1'Zg Mechanical Engineering O'CONNER, ROBERT B. ..... . 1 a ' IE ' MCCARTHY, CHARLES B ...... . . Atlanta, Ga. n WW ngmeermg CM Engmeemg OLLVARBS CARLOS , lnrlaitrial Engineering Salt Lake City, Utah OSSORIO, EARL K. . Civil Engineering Industrial Engineering . Helena, Ark. NI DONALD, ACK ........ 1 C J PATEL, JITENDRAS ....... Industrial Management Z E ectrical Engineering MCNBILL, ARCHIBALD J. ....... Red S ' N Q Chemical Engineering pangs, 1 I PAYNE, ALVIN M "" Ph' .' ' ' ysics 414 McCarthy, C. B. Morera Payne . Atlanta, Ga. Mouvaux-Nord, France . Winter Haven, Fla. . Habana, Cuba , , At1anta,Ga. , . . Jackson,TeI1I1- , Warrenville,I1l- , . Monterrey, MCXICO , . Atlanta, Ga' , . Vidyanaghr, India , Chatsworth, Ga- Q PECK, MARYLY V. ........ . G . . Atl ,G . Chemical Engineering :mm 3 PFISTER, FRANZ E ......... l I , l St. Galle-n, Swirzerlanil Cwzi Engzneering RAY, CLAUDE G. ........ . U ' 1 . Smyrna, Ga, Aeronantzmi Engineering TAYLOR. ROLLER, JOHN E. . . H ...... . Mt. Vernon, Ga. Cwil Engineering 0 TAYLOR, SAFAR, LEWIS A. ........... Jacksonville, Fla. Mechanical Engineering TAYLOR SANDERS, JOHN P. ........ , Hgpe' Ark, Chemical Engineering THOBIAS SANFORD, GEORGE A. ..... . . Russellville, Ky. City Planning 0 SCOGGINS, JAMES B ........ Cloelnical Engineering . Columbia, S. C. SIEKER, HARRY B ........ v City Planning . Maplewood, Mo. SMITH, EDWARD H. ....... . Industrial Management . Arianna, Ga. McCarIhy, C. B. Morera Payne , , Arlama, Ga' vaux-Nord, Franff -V inter Hiivfni HB' , Habana, cull 4 I I . AQIHIIIZ1 GJ' ' . Jacks0HfTenn' Warrenville, lll' TRIMBLE. SMITH. VEDENE H. . . Plyuifs STOVALL. JAMES H. ...... . Ci: ii lfnginu ring STUEBING, VERNON R ...... Citjl l'l.1nning ALBERT T. ..... . 'l'ex1il. I FRANK I. ........ iliffbdllit'-ll Iffiyillrcrillg GERALD K ....... City Plilllllilljl ,SIDNEY If. . . ! City I lnnning OTIS M. . . . City Planning NVALTERS, JAMES V. . . Ciril lfnlqineering XVALTERS, REGINAL R. . City Planning YU, TSI SHAN ..... ClJ0lIIiL'dl ifnginuering . ArI.1m.x, GJ. . Ellwrron, GJ. . Decatur. GJ. I.exingron. S. C. H.lffISIWllfJl. PJ. . AIl.mt.1. GJ. . ArI.1nu, GJ. . East Point. Ga. . Dublin. GJ. Falls Church, Va. Slmnglmi, Chinn Mgyllfll I Montel I Adanr2,G3' 5 Imllll I vidvrnaghf' I- . V I - W Y S I Sanders Sanford Ch2lI5W0IIlI,G N Fgigliggins ginger Sixth E H grciiifhr, V. H. Siojgll auibinq R Taylor, A. T. r i - - . Taylor. F. L. Tgeylgr, G. K. Thomas Tnmbl' w"""'- J' V' """ ' R' Yu 415 0 GORDON MILLARD ALBURY, JR., Miami, Florida, Architecture, Sigma P. Phi Epsilon, President, 4' Omicron Delta Kappa, ANAK, Koseme, I . , r 2 Delta Epsilon, l.F.C., 2, ,E7lgI7Z66f, Art Editor, 9, 4, Yellow jacket, , B rd 4 5 American Institute of Art Editor, 3, Editor, 4, Publications oa , , , Architects, 3, 4, 5, Activities Council, 3, Circle K Club, 3, Drama Tech, 4, 5, Secretary, 2, 3, Glee Club, 1, 3, Vice-President, 4, Stuttgart W.S.F. Scholarship, Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. , FRED NEWELL BOYD Bakewell, Tennessee, Architecture, Pi Tau Chi, 4, 5, Band, 1, Glee Club, 1, 2, Wesley Foundation, 2, 3, 4, 5. FULTON GRAY BULLOCH, JR., Warm Springs, Georgia, Architecture, Pi Kappa Phi, Society of American Military Engineers, 4, Drama Tech, 4, Vets' Club, 5, Wesley Foundation, 4, Arnold Air Society, 4, Lieuten- ant, Air Force R.O.T.C. WILLIAM GLENN BULLOCH, Mayfield, Kentucky, Architecture, Delta Tau Delta. 0 EUGENE COX DUNWODY, Macon, Georgia, Architecture, Kappa Alpha Order, Omicron Delta Kappa, Treasurer, 4, ANAK, Koseme, Vice-Presi- dent, 3, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Eta Sigma, Student Council, 1, 2, 3, President 4, Student Trial Board, 3, 4, Ramblin' Reck Club, 2, 3, 4, 5, Studenl Lecture and Entertainment Committee, Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. ANTONIO FERNANDEZ, Santurce, Puerto Rico, Architecture, Latin American Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. RICHARD CARR PETERS, jacksonville, Florida, Architecture, American Institute of Architects, 3, 5, President, 4. RICHARD JOHN VEENSTRA, Homestead, Florida, Architecture, Kappa Alpha, Vice-President, 4, American Institute of Architects, 3, 4, 5, Band, 1, 2, 3, Flying Club, Veterans' Club. FIFTH YEAR ARCHITECTS glbufyd Boyd unwo Y Fernandez gulloch Bullock elers Veenslra FWS Kappa Alpha .oseme, Vice.p,esi, 1, 2, 3, Presidem, ii 5' 4, 5A Student lIT10I1g Students in architectureg Latin iitectureg American irchitectureg Kappa CCIS, 3, 4, 53 Band, N . p 4, r , r 4, , -, 2' rf' ' :lqr , .,,, ,iz 'f U .U f V' V! A i., . , r tif, - f x ., r a ,. bfi K 1 -, 1 i X 4 .1 ,af 55:3 T? fir? The Senior Class Officers are Charles Cobb, President, Slater Marshall, Vice Presideni, and Wayne Waddell, Treasurer SENICDR CLASS To be a senior is the ambition of every freshman that ever entered a collegeg it's the determination of every sophomore and the next step for every junior. This exalted position is looked on with awe as one that can be filled by a plucky few who have escaped the ax in the Math Department and hurdled the obsta- cles in the Mech Department. The holder of the coveted title has earned his rank by wading through four years of eight o'clock classes, six o'clock labs, twelve o'clock bull sessions and three in the morning study jags. This Senior is a well rounded fellow who has a nickname for every prof on the hill, can cheat on quizzes with the UUDOSF FIUCSS, has Ihr? Old quizzes for every course in his department and can smell a crip course two quarters away. In a way he is "king on the mountain." I But to the senior, this last year is a form of triumph. It is a testimony that he has been through one of the hardest engineering schools in the country. It means that next year he will be on his own and freed from this one responsibility only to enter into new and bigger ones. To the senior this last year is really nothing but the end of the beginning. 417 's S flif5faQ.l' ' l SENIOR CLASS of 1956 I JOSE MANUEL ABARCA, JR., San Juan, Puerto Rico, Civil Engineering, American Society of Civil Engineers, 3, 4. W ADAMS JR Atlanta Georgia' Industrial Engineer- ROBERT DE irr , ., , , , ing, Beta Theta Pi, sigma Delta Psi, 2, 5, 4, A.I.I.E., 4, S-A-M, 4s Swked Shoe Club, 5, 4, Track, l, Cross Country, 3, Scabbard and Blade, 4, Lieu- tenant Colonel, Army R.O.T.C. BILL ALL President, ANAK, Omicron Delia Kappa Presideni, Phi Delia Theta WHO'S WHO l 1 EDMOND GILBERT AKINS, Atlanta, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering. PAUL Sl-IELTON AKINS, Statesboro, Georgia, Industrial Engineering, Alpha Tau Omega, Blue Print, 1, Engineer, 2, A.I.I.E., Captain, Air Force R.O.T.C. CECIL ORIE ALFORD, Gay, Georgia, Electrical Engineering, Coopera- tive Plan, Phi Kappa Phi, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Eta Sigma, Briaerean Society, - - 4. Eta Kappa Nu, 4, A.I.E.E., 4, I.R.E., 4, B.S.U., 3, 0 WILLIAM HAMILTON ALL, III, Decatur, Georgia, Industrial Engineer- ing, Phi Delta Theta, President, 4, Omicron Delta Kappa, ANAK, ' ' ' ' ' 4' Student President, Koseme, P1 Delta Epsilon, 2, Vice-President, 3, , b Trial Board, 4, Yellow jacket, I, 2, Circulation Manager, 3, 1311510955 Manager, 4, Publications Board, 4, Triangle Club, 4, Vice-President, 33 Y.M.C.A. Cabinet, 3, President, 4, Alpha Y Phalanx, 1, President, 3, 4, Vice-President, 2, Scabbard and Blade, 3, 4, Ensign, Navy 1L.Q.T.C.3 Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. MYRL WARRAN ALLINDER, JR., Augusta, Georgia, Mechanical Engi- neering, Pi Tau Sigma, 4, Technique, 4, A.S.M.E., Drama Tech, 2, 3, President, 4, Photography Club, 2. FRANK EUGENE ALLISON, Chattanooga, Tennessee, Mechanical Engi- ' 1 ice- neering, Blue Print, 1, A.S.M.E., 4, Baptist Student Union, , , President, 3, Secretary, 4, Pershing Rifles, l, 2, Lieutenant, Army R.O.T.C. JAMES Lotus ALTMAN, Tampa, Florida, Industrial Engineeringa Sigma Nu, Treasurer, 3, 4. MARVIN ENNIS ANDERSON, Glenwood, Georgia, ment, Basketball, Lieutenant Colonel, Air Force R.O.T.C. Industrial Mana.-'EC' 0 R dustl Tau Coul E trial Cluk J, Man: 0 D Iina, Beta Ame Cant 3, 4, Jn Elect Cluk V see, 3, 4, o V Elect Stud ciety and '1' ture, C Indu Man R.O. O I1 Indu men' C ttlca l'1ECl': Arm I. Engl Clul ' E Aerc EIICQ I than E11 I I UIQ' glfleq nical Engineering. -trial Englfleellllgi lCaptain, Air Forte neeringi Coollelli Briaerean Society, dustrial Eflgllleeli KaPPH3 ANQA, 5 43 Stu CII nt, err 3 Businfs nag l l nt, D' V 3-PICSI C ' 1,1l'residef1f- Navi' RDI' ' H Universities. . rl' Medwnlcal End, rarna Tech' " ' - Bri' Z Mechaillcil llitg iOf1, ' A ni ArrI1YR'0 . . 'IDU ngineerlflg' Sli' :Sf Industrial Mani .C- Q RAY CHRISTIE ANDERSON, West Point, Georgia, In- dum-ial Engineering, Phi Delta Theta, Phi Kappa Phi, Tau Beta Pi, A.I.I.E., Activities Council, St. Patrick's Council, Football, 1, 2. EMORY COUNCIL ANSLEY, Americus, Georgia, lndus- trial Management, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Management Club, Treasurer, 4, Football, I. JAMES O. ARMISTEAD, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management. o DAVID LOGAN ARMSTRONG, Charlotte, North Caro- lina, Architecture, Sigma Chi, I, 2, 3, Secretary, 4, Tau Beta Pi, Student Council, 4, Blue Print, I, Art Editor, 4, American Society of Architects, 3, 4, Circle K Club, 2, Canterbury Club, 3, 4, Toastmasters Club, 4, Dean's List, 3, 4, W.S.F. Zurich Scholarship. JOHN H. ARMSTRONG, JR., Little Rock, Arkansas, Electrical Engineering, A.I.E.E., 3, 4, I.R.E., 4, Flying Club, 3, Radio Club, 4. WILLIAM WALTER ARRANTS, Chattanooga, Tennes- see, Electrical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, A.I.E.E., 3, 4, B.S.U., I, 2, 3, 4, Scabbard and Blade, 3, 4. 0 WENDELL HORAGE ARTHUR, JR., Dalton, Georgia, Electrical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Independent Student's Organization, Tau Beta Pi, 3, 4, Briaerean So- ciety, 3, 4, Eta Kappa Nu, 3, 4, A.I.E.E., 2, 3, 4, Scabbartl and Blade, Second Lieutenant, Army R,O.T.C. THEODORE V. ATHA, Hollywood, Florida, Architec- ture, Engineer: American Society of Architects. CHARLES COLE AVERETT, Brockton, Massachusetts, Industrial Management, Kappa Alpha, Treasurer, 33 Management Club, 3, 4, Track, 2, First Lieutenant, Army R.G.T.C. 0 JEssE GREENBERRY BAGWELL, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management, Glee Club, I, 2, 3, 4, Manage- ment Club, 3, 4, Toastmasters Club, 4. .GROVER CHARLES BAILEY, Savannah, Georgia, Elec- trical Engineering, American Institute of Electrical Engi- neers, Institute of Radio Engineers, First Lieutenant, Army R.O.T.C. LARRY RICHARD BAIRD, Braselton, Georgia, Textile Eflwneerlng, Sigma Nu, Delta Kappa Phi, 3, 4, Circle K Club, 3, 4, Captain, Air Force R.O.T.C. ' EDWARD ADAMS BARBER, JR., Summit, New Jersey, Aeronautical Engineering, Institute of Aeronautical Sci- enfei 3, 4, Glee Club, 3, Football, 2. BOBBY PRED BARFIELD, Thomaston, Georgia, Me- Chanical Engineering, American Society of Mechanical Engineers. , DAN EUGENE BARKER, Hawlcinsville, Georgia, Elec- trical Engineering, American Institute of Electrical En- Smfers, 3, Institute of Radio Engineers, 4. f X A ad! '3 IQ! I? -3 SENIOR CLASS ol 1956 I THOMAS ANSEL BARLEY, Cairo, Gorgia, Electrical Engineering, Co- ' 3 4 Inde end operative Plan, American Institute of Electrical Engineers, , , p - ent Students' Organizations, 1, 2, 3, Co-op Club, 3, President, 4, Scabbard and Blade, 3, 4. RICHARD HUNTER BARNHARDT, Charlotte, North Carolina, Industrial Engineering, Sigma Chi, I.E.C., 2, 3, Secretary, 4, Blue Prmt, 1, Ramblin Reck Club, 3, Ensign, Navy R.O.T.C. "CRACKER" BARRON ANAK, KOSEME WHO'S WHO PAUL BARRE Atlanta Georgia' Mechanical Engineering, SHELBY , , , Delta Tau Delta, Vice-President, 4, Phi Kappa Phi, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Eta ' ' ' ' T 3 4, Sigma, Pi Tau Sigma, A.S.M.E., Vice-Chairman, 4, Gym eam, , Captain, Air Force R.O.T.C., Dean's List, 1, 2, 3, 4. SIDNEY RAY BARRETT Albany, Georgia, Architecture, Kappa Alpha, American Institute of Architects, Lieutenant, Air Force R.O.T.C. C TER "CRAcKER'l TATE BARRON, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial AR Management, Sigma Chi, ANAK, Koseme, Blue Prmt, 1, 2, A.P.O., 2, 3, 4' Management Club, 2, 3, 4, Ramblin' Reck Club, 2, 3, Secretary- ' Cl b 1 2 Vice Treasurer, 4, Spiked- Shoe Club, 2, 3, 4, Toastmasters u , , , - President, 3, 4, Triangle Club, 3, 4, W.S.E., 3, 4, Y.M.C.A. Cabinet, 3, 4, Alpha Y Phalanx, 3, 4, Canterbury, 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country, Manager, 1, 2, Delegate to N.S.A. Convention, 3, 4, Student Representative for Student Activities Building Committee, 2, 3, 4, Student Lecture and En- tertainment Committee, 2, 3, Student Chairman, 4, Secretary-Treasurer Freshman Class, Secretary-Treasurer junior Class, Administrative Council? Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. 0 RICHARD ALLEN BARRON, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management? Industrial Management Society, 3, 4, Management Club, 3, 43 Band, 1, Executive Board, 2, 3. HARWOOD "WOODY" BARTLETT, Atlanta, Georgia, Applied Mathe- ANAK Vice- matics, Sigma Chi, Omicron Delta Kappa, President, 4, , ' President, 4, Koseme, Treasurer, 3, Phi Kappa Phi, Tau Beta Pi, Phlllifa Sigma, Pi Delta Epsilon, Secretary, 3, Blue Print, 1, Organizations Editor, 2, Managing Editor, 3, Editor, 4, Publications Board, 4, Circle Club, 1, 2, Toastmasters' Club, 2, Secretary-Treasurer, 3, Y.M.C.A. Cabinet, 43 Alpha Y Phalanx, 3, Canterbury, 2, 3, Treasurer, 1, Provincial President, 4, Air Force Drill Team, 1, Distinguished Air Student Award, M2110f, Air Force R.O.T.C., Dean's List, 2, 3, American Colleges and Universities. 4, Who's Who Among Students in ROBERT ALLISON BARTON, Atlanta, Georgia, Aeronautical Engineer- ing, Institute of Aeronautical Sciences, 4, Band, 3, 4. JOHN MARVIN BATCH, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, Mechanical Engineef' S retary, 43 ing! Theta Chi, Kappa Kappa Psi, 2, 3, 4, Pi Tau Sigma, 3, CC Baild, 1, 2, Deanis List, 3, 4. ' l JQSEPH SCOTT BAYNARD, JR., jacksonville, Florida, Electrical Eflgtl neeringg Independent Students' Organization, 1, Secretary, 29 Ameflcaa Institute of Electrical Engineers, Institute of Radio Eng1I'1CCf5S Dram Tech, 4. E ' 1? Engl, Delu Eta Delta A.I.C Bladt Sfudt L Caro niqu 3, 45 Secre Cour jc tlusti Golf 0 V lina, G trial Man F dusti Bapt 0 R trial A gine, Tria , I trial men 0 T Geo Mec F Mec 3: I Nav I Eng 1, 2 ' J I!ld1 Eng mel Mal 1 cal Pre Phi Ban ariital Engineefifll- fau Beta Pii Ph' Eu Gym Teams 31 'll ture, KHPP1' Allllll Fe R.O.T.C. . 'I Georglai lmlll5ll'l I., 1, It A-P-0-f 2-IT' ub 2 5 Secreurl' I 3 5 I V-. IS' club, 1- 5- llj M.C.A. Cabinet, .- s CouI1IfVt Mimi' t RePresenff1"l5 ent Lecture all gum 5 Secretary-Tamil! ministratlvc , . and Universities. . gill. uiiialaiiiiiilili A Mlllli' lig- ' . ANAKIV. gg, 4, .I hfll Tau Beta .Pli PElli,,i:. rgaf1lZ3flOIlS d 4- Circlell I, IM'C Qblmjem . - ' . I ' Provirlflal Piellliir. tlwafd' -it dell Studenll Among .nw eronautical Engl iinffl' ' al Bla , li edziai3lCSecrff3ll' igfflf ' Elecfflca itll . . I fjdar 7. Amer ml crfwyf Qersi DN Englfl o 0 ROBERT RAPHAEL BEACH, Tampa, Florida, Chemical Engineering, Kappa Sigma, Treasurer, 2, 3, Omiqfon Delta Kappa, Treasurer, 4, Koseme, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Em Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Lambda Upsilon, Pi Delta Epsilon, Engineer, Managing Editor, 3, Editor, 4- A.I.Ch.E., Alpha Phalanx, Secretary, 4, Scabbard and Blade, Lieutenant, Navy R.O.T.C., Whos Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. LAWRENCE LINCOLN BEALL, Greensboro, North Carolina, Mechanical Engineering, Sigma Chi, Tgfb. llfqllff, 1, Blue Prim, 1, A.S.M.E., 3, 4, Glee Club, 1, 2, 5, 4, Y.M.C.A. Cabinet, Secretary, 4, Sigma Phalanx, 3, Secretary, 4, Canterbury Club, 2, 3, 4, Navy Student Council. JOSEPI-I MCLIN BEARIIEN, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, In- dustrial Management, Industrial Management Club, 4, Golf Team, 1, 2. o WILLIAM CURTIS BEASLEY, Greenville, South Caro- lina, Textile Engineering. GERALD RAYMOND BECK, Willoughby, Ohio, Indus- trial Management, Kappa Alpha, Secretary 4, Industrial Management Club, 3, 4, Bulldog Club, 3, 4. FRANCIS LELAND BELL, JR., Americus, Georgia, In- dustrial Management, Kappa Alpha, Management Club, Baptist Student Union, Triangle Club. 0 ROIIERT LEE BENNETT, III, Atlanta, Georgia, Inclus- ttial Management, Band, 2, 3, 4. ALLEN B. BENSON, Chamblee, Georgia, Electrical En- gineering, Eta Kappa Nu, Institute of Radio Engineers, Triangle Club. ,JAMES WILLIAM BENSON, Atlanta, Georgia, Indus- trial Management, Phi Delta Theta, Industrial Manage- ment Society, 4, Student Council, 3, Yellow jaceel, 2. 0 TI-IoMAs FRANKLIN BENTLEY, Avondale Estates, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering, American Society of Mechanical Engineers. ROBERT FRANK BICKIEL, Parkersburg, West Virginia: Mechanical Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha, Treasurer, 31 Phi Eta Sigma, A.S.M.E., 3, 4, Track, l, 2, Ensign, Navy R.O.T.C. ERNEST XVILLIAM BIE, Decatur, Georgia: Electrical EUHIUCCYIHQL Kappa Alpha, I.R.E., 1, 2, 3, 4, A.I.E.E.. l- 2- 3. 4: Activities Council, 4, Captain, Army R.O.T.C. ' JAMES MOULTON BLANKENSHIP, Atlanta, Georgia: Industrial Engineering, American Institute of Industrial Enginee1'S, 3. 4, Society for the Advancement of Manage- menfi 3, 4. JOHN CARL BLEDSOE, Mansfield, Georgia, Industrial Mllflagement. CARL JOHN BLIEM, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Mechani- gl Enlllneeringg Tau Kappa Epsilon, Secretary, 2, Vice- PEFSILIEHI, 3, President, 4, Phi Eta Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, B 1 kappa Phi, Pi Tau sigma, I.F.C., 4, A.S.M.E., -it and, 1, 2, Dean's List, 3, 4. r E rs. , .4 I' te ' Tie - s-s :i rgiiftii i' ll: ala ,L-. 1, E5 1. 4,-.. X 'asia . ,. K Nw-is YT!!! N I 1 1 ,st R F ri .-:P l. li, i ai 5 , ' . 1 if r 3 , . iv nb,- ,Lv t R I' if 1 it If' af gil ann- '?"'v,- :IN LES A BLONDHEIM JR., Eupaula, Alabama, CHAR . , g rchitecture, Sigma Nu, lingmeer, 3, Art Editor, 4, merican Institute of Architects, Secretary, 3, President, Major, Air Force R.O.T.C. HOMER JACKSON P T BOATWRIGHT, JR., Douglas, Gent. ia, Industrial Management, Beta Theta i, reasurer, y s S ! i ' i , 6, W ' ' , , X I 3 Vice President 3 Industrial Management Society 3 4 Management Club 4 Vice President 3- ecretary d n l, 2, 3, 4, Scabbard and Blade 3 45 esley Eoun atio , rnold Air Society, 3, 4, Distinguished Air Student ward, Lt. Colonel Air Force R.O.T.C., Dean's List, 3, 4, JACK THOMAS BOLING, East Point, Georgia, Me- hanical Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha, American S0- iety of Mechanical Engineers. o BERTRAM LEE BOONE, Ill, Pikesville, Maryland, I . . . Q . . . , , ndustrial Engineering Sigma Phi Epsilon Treasurer 2, T ' l B rd, 3, 4, A.I.I.E. I.P.C., l, 2, 3, 4, I.E.C. ria Oa S UEL BRUCE BOOR, Orlando, Florida, Electrical AM Engineering, Phi Gamma Delta, Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, Band, 3, 4. RUSSELL IRWIN BOOTH, East Point, Georgia, Me- chanical Engineering, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 4, Air Force Drill Team, 1, 2. 0 OWEN JAMES BOOTON, Huntington, West Virginia, Y Industrial Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Kappa Alpha ' ' S d t Union. Co-op Club, Baptist tu en M cUS PRESTON BOROM, Waynesboro, Georgia, AR Ceramic Engineering, Kappa Alpha, President, 4, Phi ' P'- Ka a Eta Sigma, ANAK, Secretary, 4, Tau Beta 1, pp Kappa Psi, Phi Kappa Phi, Keramos, President, 3, 4, I.E.C., American Ceramic Society, 3, 4, A.P.O., l, 2, Treasurer, 3, Band, I, 2, 3, Activities Council, 3, Tri- angle Club, 4, Georgia Engineering Society Award, Dean's List, 2, 3, 4, Whos Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. EARLE EDGAR BOOTH, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Indus- trial Engineering, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, American Insti- tute of Industrial Engineers, Circle K Club, Tennis Team, I, 2, 3, 4. Atlanta Georgia' Aero- 0 WILSON THEODORE BOTNER, , , nautical Engineering, Sigma Gamma Tau, President, 3, Institute of Aeronautical Sciences, 3, 4, Dean's List, 3. HARROLD PASCO BOWEN, Americus, Georgia, Indus- trial Management, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Industrial Man- ' ' lb 2 3, 4, CircleK agement Society, Management Cu , , Club, 2, 3, S.A.M., 4, Toastmasters' Club, 3, 4. ROBERT GLENN BOWMAN, JR., Atlanta, Georgias I d strial Man- Industrial Management, Phi Delta Theta, n u U I agement Society, Yellow Jacket, l, 2, 3, Captain, Alf Force R.O.T.C. 0 JOHN AVERY BRACKETT, Atlanta, Georgia, Textile Engineering, Chi Phi. 1 JUSTIN TRAVIS BRADFORD, Granby, Missouri, PDYS' ics' Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Sigma Pi Sigma, Vice' Ph sics Club President, 4, Eta Kappa Nu, Treasurer, 3, Y U 4' 3, 43 Geology Club, 4, Vice-President, 3, Dean's List, 3, - EDWARD LEE BRADLEY, Atlanta, Georgiax ,cefamac En ineerin American Ceramic Society, 4, PhyS1C5 Clu f 8 gl 2, 3, Geology Club, 3, 4. o We Physit HI neerir A.P.C W Engil' Ei Il6CI'1l JA Amer o R4 1166121 H neeri 5, 4, A Pi T eran: F meni 7 ...J at 2 552 lulai Alaba , . U13 Art Educ 1 l r, 4. Ys 3, Presidemi Dollglas, Gem. , PI, Treasure, Eement .ce-Presiden , and Blade, 5,41 Sd Alf Slllcleni Jean s List, 3, 4' Society: I 3 , Georgia, Me, H3 American 50. ville, Maryland, OU, Treasurer, 23 43 A.l.l.E. llorida, Electrical :ta Pi, Eta Kappa nt, Georgia, Me- ty of Mechanical 2. n, West Virginia, an, Kappa Alpha, nesboro, Georgia, President, 4, Phi u Beta Pi, KHPP1 5, President, 3, fl: , 1,2 es Council, 53 Til' g Society AwanlL Imong Students in a, Georgia! lmluf' U. American lnsll- ic Club: Tellms Georgia? Aff? Tau, PfCSlKlClllI 3' 43 Deans List, 3- G orgig lndur Iridusfflel Mm 43 Circle 52 tlarlfi A Influsml 2,5953 PIGIUI Geofglil Mggoulli Pil Sigrylia 5. PhY5'?S 3. Deeds Us" Geofgla 49 Phisifi g WILLIAM LAMAR BRADY, Alpharetta, Georgia, Physics, Glee Club, 1, Physics Club, 2, 3, 4- HENRY EDWARD BRANCH, JR., Brunswick, Georgia, Chemical Engi- neering, Cooperative Plan, Independent Students' Organization, A.l.Ch.E., A,P.O., Toastmasters' Club, Wesley Foundation. WILLIAM MCKINLEY BRASELTQN, IR., Bfaselton, Georgia, Electrical Engineering, Delta Tau Delta, Institute of Radio Engineers. EMORY SHERWOOD BRIIEGES, Sharpsburg, Georgia, Mechanical Engi- neering, American Society of Mechanical Engineers. JAMES ROBERT BRIDGES, Atlanta, Georgia, Chemical Engineering, American Institute of Chemical Engineers, 4, Captain, Army R.O.T.C. 0 ROBERT ANTHONY BRIDGES, Sharpsburg, Georgia, Industrial Engi- neering. HOWARD IRVING BROAD, Springfield, Massachusetts, Industrial Engi- neering, Tau Epsilon Phi, Treasurer, 2, 5, Industrial Management Society, 3, 4, Band, 1, 2, Track, 1, 2, 3. ARTHUR DEAN BROOK, Atlanta, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering, Pi Tau Sigma, 3, 4, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 4, Vet- ctans Club, 4. FRANKLIN DELANO BROOKS, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Manage- ment, Football, 1, 2, 5, 4, ., Vi 51 WOODY BARTLETT Editor, Blue Prinl ANAK, President, Omicron Della Kappa WHO'S WHO Hoxvfxnlm Liars BROOKS, Alu., Sr. lferersliriru. f 1. llllfllll llllll trill lu I neeringg Alpha Tatu Omega, A.l.l.lf., lL S.A.M.. Ig 'limi Illll ict Ilul 34. SENIOR CLASS ol i956 W. Q ,W O DAVID AUSTIN BROWN, Dillard, Georgia, Industrial Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha, American Institute of Industrial Engineers, Secretary, 4, Society for the Ad- vancement of Management. HERMAN BAIMBRIDGE BROWN, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Electrical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, American In- stitute of Electrical Engineers, 4, Institute of Radio Engi- neers, 4, Society of American Military Engineers, 4, Lieutenant, Army R.O.T.C. JOHN THOMPSON BROWN, JR., Olcl Hickory, Ten- nessee, Mechanical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Phi Delta Theta, Treasurer, 3, 4, Student Council, 4, Can- terbury Club, 3, President, 4, A.S.M.E., 4, Flying Club, 3, Triangle Club, 4, Swimming Team, 1, 2, 3, 4, Lieu- tenant, Army R.O.T.C. 0 MALCOLM BROWN, Atlanta, Georgia, Mechanical En- gineering, Tau Beta Pi, President, 4, Phi Kappa Phi, Pi Tau Sigma, American Society of Mechanical Engineers. WILLIAM HOPKINS BROWN, JR., OIlaflClO, FlOIlCla, Industrial Management, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. DONALD .TRACY BROWNE, Atlanta, Georgia, Indus- trial Engineering, Chi Phi, American Institute of Indus- trial Engineers, 2, 4, Society for the Advancement of Management, 4, Lieutenant, Air Force R.O.T.C. 0 JAMES DAVIS BULLARAD, Marianna, Florida, Architec- ture, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, American Institute of Architects. JAN BUNDSEN, Atlanta, Georgia, Civil Engineering, Phi Gamma Delta. HUGH W. BURKE, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Man- agement, Beta Theta Pi, Phi Eta Sigma, Industrial Management Society, 3, 4, Blue Pfiut, 1, Management Club, 3, 4, Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Triangle Club, 3, Baptist Student Union, Dean's List, 3, 4. 0 MARSHALL LEE BURKE, Burnpus Mills, Tennessee, Industrial Management, Baptist Student Union. FRANKLIN DANFORD BURROUGHS, JR., Charlotte, North Carolina, Chemistry, Sigma Chi, President, 4, Blue Print, 1, 2, American Chemical Society, Baptist Student Union, Triangle Club, Lieutenant, Navy R.O.T.C. JOHN ARTHUR BUSBY, JR., Macon, Georgia, Archi- tecture, Lambda Chi Alpha, American Institute of Architects, 3, 4, Air Force Drill Team, I, 2, Cheer Leader, 1. 0 NORMAN GRIFFIN BUSKILL, JR., Rome, Georgia, Textile Engineering, Chi Phi, Vice-President. ALBERT ROSSER BUTLER, JR., Cordele, Georgia, ln- dustrial Management, Pi Kappa Phi, Technique, I, Bull- dog Club, 3, 4, Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Flying Club, 2, 3, 4, Wesley Foundation, 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain, Air Force R.O.T.C. ROY HALBERT CAGLE, JR., Asheville, North Caro- lina, Mechanical Engineering, Delta Tau Delta, Ameri- can Society of Mechanical Engineers, 4, Air Force Rifle Team, 1, Captain, Air Force R.O.T.C. 424 o Rf Opera KaPP 1, 2- Gi Amer 3, Sf W Mane ageffl A ing, Dear H can I 0 Jt Delta agerr D Ame S, I1 neer Insti Stud O RALPH JAMES CAIN, Waukegan, Illinois, Electrical Engineeringg QU, operative Plan, Independent Students' Organization, President, Eta "fg2""",, ' 'j1,,:3g,,,,,,,,7'7:g Kappa Nu, Institute of Radio Engineers, 5, -1, C0.0p Club, 5, ,ig Band, b 4, ,. , ..... 1, 2. GABRIEL JOSE CALLOL, Habana, Cuba, Mechanical Engineeringg American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 'lg Pan American Club, l, 2, 5, Secretary, 4. WILLIALI KteNNHTrt CAMPBELL, Fayetteville, Tennessee, Intlngtrial Managementg Phi Eta Sigma, Industrial Management Society, S, lg Man. agement Club, 5, 4, Veterans' Club, Vice-President, -lg Dean's List, 3, 4, ANTHONY NICK CANACARIS, Athens, Greece, Mechanical Engineer- ing, Phi Eta Sigma, Tau Beta Pig Pi Tau Sigma, 5, -lg Physics Club, 2, Dean's List, I, 2, 3, 4- HrLAruo FRANCISCO CANIJISLA, Habana, Cuba, Architecture, Ameri- can Institute of Architects, Newman Club, Pan American Club. 0 juli DANIEL CARR, Rome, Georgia, Textile Engineeringg Delta Tau Delta, President, 4, Blue Print. 5, Society for the Advancement of Man- agement, 4, Triangle Club, 3, 4. DONALD WRlGI'I'I' CARRAWAY, Atlanta, Georgia, Civil Engineering, American Society of Civil Engineers. S'rANLtzY LAMAR CARSON, Atlanta, Georgia, Electrical Engineering. IRVING LEONARD CAUTHEN, Winter Haven, Florida, Electrical Engi- neering, Eta Kappa Nu, 4, Industrial Management Society, 5, 4, American Institute of Electrical Engineers, 4, Management Club, 5, Ll, Baptist Student Union, 2, 3. SENICDR CLASS of 1956 . . .bg ... .. ...Wa . .. ..,,..4 I I I fi I 1 inf I .Z .-4-.--.--1 ..W-..... M... me -usu- llllll llllll 1-ni 1 was ...mae w-mn -.manor sb n J sang cava u-use -nas! satan liilllll lllll ll ll an-.anna a.--.-chan Q ill -...un-uns Tl --qt-an-Q -mustang --y..-...q .-.-......-n --..- -..-qv-.- -1-an-.... --Q-...... --.wa-a... -QQ.. -v---u l l I l Ill Q..-.. -.-uv -..aa Q-.wwq ui..-.4 ,Y fa' 4. 1- , 5- W.. I ,Qlfi unch.-i -..... . --m,o- nn-an ,, ..,,, r,,.....t ..f- . Q Q-an.-4 an-.1 , . -.,.,, l . .i....-w.nfJ -, I.IiONARlJ I-ll't,II C.AYI-iNY, Iiirmingliam, Al.tlw.tm.t. Mctli.mit.tl Incl neering, Pi Tau Sigma. 5, -Ig American Society ul Mc-tli.init.tl lznginc s S, -I, Toastmasters' Club, 5, -I. Gym Team, l, Z, I. C,.tpt.ixn, S. o DONALD LEE CHAMPION, Atlanta, Georgia, Indus- trial Engineering, Phi Gamma Delta, American Insti- tute of Industrial Engineers, 4, Bulldog Club, 3, 4, Navy R.O.T.C. Pistol Team, l, 2. . JOHN HUNT CHAPIN, Avondale Estates, Georgia, Electrical Engineering, Sigma Nu, A.I.E.E., 4, I.R.E., 4, Glee Club, l, 2, Captain, Air Force R.O.T.C. DARRELL MCLEAN CHAPMAN, Granite, Idaho, Elec- trical Engineering. o PHILIP JON CHRISTENSEN, Atlanta, Georgia, Electri- cal Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, 3, 4, Secre- tary, 4, Canterbury, Scabbard and Blade, 3, 4, Lieutenant, Navy R.O.T.C. GILLIAM CLARK, JR.. Macon, Georgia, Chemical Engi- neering, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Lambda Upsilon, 3, 4, Engi- neer, 2, 3, A.I.Ch. E., 4. ROBERT BOONE CLAYTON, Jacksonville, Florida, In- dustrial Management. o SHIRLEY VAUGHN CLEMENTS, Rochelle, Georgia, Electrical Engineering, Alpha Xi Delta, Treasurer, 3, President, 4, American Institute of Electrical Engineers, 4. CHARLES KENCHE COBB, JR., Canton, Georgia, Tex- tile Manufacturing, Beta Theta Pi, ANAK, Omicron Delta Kappa, Secretary, 4, Koseme, Phi Psi, 2, 3, Secre- tary, 4, Pi Tau Chi, 3, 4, Student Council, 2, 3, 4, Fraternity Honor Board, 3, Blue Prim, 2, Business Mana- ger, 4, Yellow Jacket, 2, Publications Board, 4, A.A.T.C.C., 2, 3, Band, I, 2, 3, Y.M.C.A. Cabinet, President, 3, Vice-President, 4, W.S.F., 4, Secretary, 2, 3, Wesley Foundation, 2, 3, 4, Toastmasters' Club, 2, 4, Secretary, 3, President, 3, Triangle Club, 3, 4, Activities Council, 3, Major, Air Force R.O.T.C., President Senior Class, Dean's List, N.S.A. Committee Chairman, 4, Whds Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. WILLIAM STANLEY COCHRAN, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management, Management Club, T Club, Football, I, 2, 3, 4. 0 RALPH GLYNN COKER, Gainesville, Georgia, Indus- trial Engineering, Phi Kappa Phi, Alpha Pi Mu, 4, A.I.I.E., Veterans' Club, 4. BILLY BRAGG COLE, Athens, Alabama, Industrial En- gineering, American Institute of Industrial Engineers. FRANK BURKE1'r COLEMAN, III, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management, Delta Sigma Phi, Drama Tech, 4, Gym, I, 2, Baseball, 1. 0 HOESON GERALD COLEMAN, Swainsboro, Georgia, Architecture, Kappa Alpha, American Institute of Ar- chitects, Veterans' Club, Baptist Student Union. JAMES MCKINLEY COLEMAN, JR., Atlanta, Georgias Industrial Management. THOMAS J. COLEMAN, Nicholson, Georgia, Electfiwl Engineering, American Institute of Electrical Eng1rlC6fS- 0 R0 Sigma Kerau Treasr Major Jil! neerir Club, v Rc mg, 1 Alpha . RI' glUC6l nzque Capta Rt Beta ' 5: Triag Air F . JA mga . I Phi 2 1.R.E D DEQ,-i Club la' 4. tri- ,re- rm, rigi- ngi rgia, ', 3, eers, Tex- icron ietre- 3, fl: ilana- l, 4: lninet, 2, 5: 2, l. ivities Senior ti, 4: -5 and grgiai Club: lnduS- fu, al EU' rs. fgll. Tefl- e0IPll' of Al' eorgllr edrlfll inffli I SENIOR CLASS of 1956 H OA ROGEIEEDWARD COLLIER, Harrison, Arkansas, Ceramic Engineering, Sigma Chr, Treasurer 2 3' Phi Ka a Phi' Tau Beta Pi' Phi Eta Si ma, , i , PP i , S Keramos, American Ceramic Society Vice-President 4, Bulldog Club Treasurer, 4, Arnold Air Society, Distinguished Military Student Award, Major, Air Force R.O.T.C. JIMMIE ODELL COLLINS, Rock Hill, South Carolina, Electrical Engi- neering, A.I.E.E., 2, 3, I.R.E., 2, 3, 4, Drama Tech, I, 2, Philosophy Club, 4, Radio Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. l ROBERT HUGH CONNELL, St. Petersburg, Florida, Industrial Engineer- 'USZ Cooperative Plan, Delta Sigma Phi, Phi Kappa Phi, Tau Beta Pi, Alllha Pl MU, 3, 4, A.I.I.E., 4, S.A.M., 4. RICHARD WOLFSOHN Cooic, Forest Hills, New York, Chemical En- glneeflngl Tau Epsilon Phi, Pi Delta Epsilon, Blue Print, 2, 3, 4, Tech- 'uflfler 23 Yellow jacket, I, 2, A.I.Ch.E., St. Pat's Council, Pershing Rifiesi C3Pfa1Il, Army R.O.T,C. B RODNEY WELLS COOK, Athens, Georgia, Industrial Management: sera Theta Pi, Treasurer, 3, 4, Industrial Management Society, Treasurer, "Ai Tefhmflfle, 1, Activities Council, 3, 4, Management Club, 3, 41 Triangle Club, 3, 4, W.S.F., 2, 3, 4, Scabbard and Blade, 3, 41 NHIOF- Alr Force R.O.T.C. ' .I-AMES ROBERT COOPER, Atlanta, Georgia, Textile Engineering: Phi Gamma Delta, Secretary, 2, 3, Blue Print, I, Glee Club, l, 2, i JAMES Donatn coiwett, Asheville, North Carolina, Civil Engineer- ng- American Society of Civil Engineers, 4. PHROBERT .I- CORN, Franklin, North Carolina, Electrical Engineering: Us Kappa Phi, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Eta sigma, Eta Kappa Nu: A-1-P-E-1 - -E-5 Philosophy Club, 1, 2, President, Triangle Club, XYl.S.F,, 2, J. 4- DONALD LEE COTTLE, Huntington, West Virginia: -Electrical Enlll' 35208: Cooperative Plan, Phi Sigma Kappa, Vice-President, J, CO-OP U - 2. J. President, 4. JOHN DAVID COURTNEY, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, Ifleetrreal Iinerneer ing, Phi Sigma Kappa, Secretary, 2, Treasurer, 3, President, 3, Ameritan Institute of Electrical Engineers, S, -4, Institute of Radio Engineers, tl. MARCUS BOROM President, Kappa Alpha ANAKg Phi Kappa Phi WHO'S WHO 1 y 'N i 5-an 1 rung, Qf I 57, rc lie CHARLES A. COWAN, JR., Cartersville, Georgia. In- ment, Flying Club, Lieutenant, Afmy lstrial Manage .O.T.C. n u 2 Yellow Iacket IAS 4 Bulldog Club 3 a Phalanx, 1, 2, Vlce-President 3 Actlvltles C , GERALD GRAVES CRADDOCK, Memphis, Tennessee, .ero tical Engineering, Pi Delta Epsilon, 2, 4, gene: liyh: .. --4: L P 9 2 ' il, 3, Triangle Club. Gun COLVIN HENRY CRA J eorgia- raptlst Student Union 1 2 3 4 Triangle Club,3 4. l b 5, 4, Baseball, 1, 2, Lt. Colonel,,AiQ ' NDALL, R., Americus, G dustrial Management, Kappa Alpha Order, I.F,C,, 3 4. 3 ' ' , . . , 3 ' ' ' Management C u , 9 F orce R.O.T.C. , Theta Chl President 4 American lvll Engineering ociety of Civil Engineers, Arnold Arr Society. 0 FREDDIE WILHARM CRAWFORD, Waycross, Georgia. C' ' . . 2 . A '. A 1 ' S . . EDGAR MCCARTHY CRENSHAW, Jacksonville, Florida, Architecture, American Institute of Architects, Camera Club, 2. JEROME EARILE CRILLEY, Worcester, Massachusetts, Mechanical Engineering. O ROGER DUANE CRIPE, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management, Management Club, 3, 4, Tennis, 1, 5. HENRY GUERIN CROSKEYS, Greenville, South Caro- lina, Mechanical Engineering, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Pi Tau Sigma. WALTER RAY CULP, JR., Charlotte, North Carolina, Industrial Management, Kappa Sigma. 0 JOHN RAY CURTIS Knoxville, Tennessee, Industrial Engineering, Alpha Tau Omega, Alpha Pi Mu, Ameri- can Institute of Industrial Engineers. P LLIP RICHARD DAITON, Atlanta, Georgia, -In- HI dustrial Management, Management Clbllb, 3, 4, SOCICW for the Advancement of Management, JULIAN D'AMIco, JR., Elberto, Georgia, Mechanical Al ha, Pl Tau Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Pi Kappa p Sigma, Co-op Club. O THOMPSON GAINES DANIEL, JR., Shelby, Noffh Carolina, Civil Engineering, Kappa Sigma, Secretailh 23 Pi Tau Chi, A.S.C.E., 1, 2, 3, 4, Wesley Foundation, 1, 2, 5, Vice-President, 4, Sigma Phalanx, VICC-PICSldQUf, I, President, 2, Scabbard and Blade, 3, 43 Naval Rifle Team, I, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM DREXEL DANIELS, Moberly, Missolgriz dustrial Engineering, American Institute 302111 usm . 2 I ' Engineers, 3, 4, Baptist Student Union, , PAUL A DANNER, Canton, Ohio, Mqglxpigg gineering, Cooperative Plan, Phi KaPPa , i 4 ' - ' ' 1 En IHCCIS, 3, Slgma, American Society of MCCh3H1C3 8 ANAK Award. 423 0 LEvll Eta Kap HUB Epsilon, VERI Theta X 41 Bulld I Tao. Slneerirl dent Q Courltil. Dtarfs and Un BIL Beta ', 10111 Slgllla 1 Foullflal Ensign, Cl-IK can Inst s- ROB lgfllax . RICI gmeerir lei Georgia: I eutenant, Ar I' nh' ls: Tennessee, lon, 2, 4 S ' log Club' fqjf Activities Calm' Jeticu , G . ' fdff: H816 Club, 3 ,rf Ll' Colonel, ,Aii aycrczss, Georgia. mi. 2 American Society, Lsonville, Floridag :chrtectsg Camera vr, Massachusetts, :orgiag Industrial Tennis, l, 3. ville, South Caro- Phi Epsilon, Pi , North Carolina: nesseeg Industrial a Pi Mug Ameri- ita, Georgia! -lll' ub, 3, 45 Society 4. ' 5 Mechanical gigiilphai Pi Til , ShelbY, Nofgl Ema. Secfeiirl' F ndanqn- - ity Vciile-PrSS1d?':,l' af 4, Naval W ' ri! ln' fir , 2, 3, 4. . Mechfilllail Y a Taui Pl Til- ipangineefsf 3' ' 5 SENIQR CLASS of 1956 0 LEVIN D. DARDEN, JR., Waycross, Georgia, Electrical Engineering, Eta Kappa Nu, American Institute of Electrical Engineers. ITIUBERI' C. DAUGHERTY, Hardt, Arkansas, Civil Engineering, Chi Epsilon, Vice-President, 4, American Society of Civil Engineers, 5, 4. VERN.ON M. DAUPHIN, JR., Macon, Georgia, Industrial Engineering: Theta X13 A.I.I.E., 3, 43 S.A.M., 4, Flying Club, 2, 3, 4, Veterans' Club, -I: Bulldog Club, 3, 4. U THQMAS FREDERICK DAVENPORT, JR., Macon, Georgia, Industrial En- RIUCEIIHRL Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Alpha Pi Mu. 5, Secretary, 43 Stu- dent Council, 45 Scabbard and Blade, 3, President, 4, Navy Student Counfll- 21 Company Commander, Navy R.O.T.C.g ANAK Award, Deanis I-ISF, 3, 4, Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. BU-I-Y l'I.UGH DAVIS, Dexter, Georgia, Mechanical Engineeringg Tau Bam P15 Phi Kappa Phi, A,S.M.E., 4, Physics Club, 5, 4. 'A JOHN TUCKER DAY, -IR., Fayetteville, Georgia, Electrical Engineering: Slllma Chi, Blue Print. 3, A.I.E.E., 3, 4, I.R.E., 41 S.A.M.E., 43 Wfesley Foundation, 1, 2, 5, Navy Drill Team, I. 2, 5, Navy Student Council, 51 EHSIHH. Navy R.o.T.c., 4. Q CHARLES TILTON DEMARS, Savannah, Georgiag Architecture, Ameri- ian Institute of Architects, 3, 4, Geechee Club. V ROBERT DENMARK, Savannah, Georgia, Industrial Engineeringg Kappa Slllmii. Vice-President, 4. RICHARD GRAYSON DENNING, Forest Park. Georgia: Mechanical En- gmeeflngl American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Vice-President. 4. 429 PHILIP DAWSON DIZNTON, -IR., Atlanta, Gc-urging Mc-tli.mit.1l lfngi neeringg Alpha Tau Omegag American Society of Dltllhllllfill lfnginccrs, ii CHARLES COBB ANAK, Omicron Della Kappa President, Senior Classg Business Manager, Blue Prini WHO'S WHO 7' X . ,IQ .,... A ES LEVAY DEWOLF, Bristol, Rhode lslandg Physics? Phi Kappa J M Phi, 3, 4, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Pi Sigma, 3, 4. ALD EDWARD DICKSON, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Engineering- RON I , American Institute of Industrial Engineers. E WILLIAM DIETZEL, JR., San Antonio, Texas, Chemical En GEORG Q gineering, American Institute of Chemical Engineers, American Chemical Society, Dean's List. OE DIFFLEY I-Iapeville Georgia, Industrial Management' JAMES J , , Kappa Sigma, Bulldog Club, Scabbard and Blade. EUGENE DILTS Atlanta, Georgia, Architecture, Sigma Alpha 9 JERRY , Epsilon, Student Council, l, 2, 3, American Institute of Architects 3 4. G1 Club I 2 3 4, Lieutenant, Navy R. O. T. C., Navy Student ,Cqiuni ee 7 3 9 1 cil, N. S. A. Committee, Student Lecture and Entertainment Committee l, 2, 3. ' N TAFT DIMON JR Saddle River, New Jersey, Industrial Man- , 'Y agement, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Bulldog Club, 3, 4. GEORGE NORMAN DOLLAND, Hollywood, Florida, Electrical Engineer- ing, Institute of Radio Engineers, 1, 2, 3, 4, Radio Club, 2, 3, 4, l TOM DAVENPORT P'es'de"QQ,2C5i'Sbaw'H1Qd made WILLIAM JOSEPH DOUGAN, Auburndale, Florida, Mechanical Engi- neering, Phi Kappa Phi, Tau Beta Pi, Secretary, 4, Phi Eta Sigma: pi Tau Sigma, 3, Secretary, 4, A.S.M.E., 4, Lieutenant, Navy R,0,T,C, 0 RICHARD WALSH DEVANE, JR., Jacksonville Beach, Florida, Mechani- Navy Rifle Team, 1, 2, Captain, 3, 4. cal Engineering, Beta Theta Pi, Treasurer, 3, President, 4, Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Eta Sigma, Pi Tau Sigma, 3, 4, St. Pat's Council, 3, Vice-President, 4, Spiked Shoe Club, 3, 4, Track, JAMES PATE DOWNS, Savannah, Georgia, Physics, Phi Kappa Phi, 4, 1, 2, 4, Captain, 3, Cross Country, 4, Scabbard and Blade, 3, Treasurer, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Pi Sigma, 4, Society of Exploration Geophysicists, 4' Lt Commander, Navy R.O.T.C. Deans' List, 2, 3, 4, Who's Who Secretary-Treasurer, 4, Physics Club, 1, 2, 3, Vice-President, 4, Dearfs ' ' ' List, 2, 3, 4. SENIOR CLASS oi 1956 Q Y :rica Vice 1,R.l 4. F Civi AIN R.O. ll tectu o G Mari J. Man Capt V Mecl 3, P Frat: Sect: 4, T ketbx Sl'l1Cil 0 A Caro Engi Vi chite Ame G Mana 3, 4, Q C1 ical I 1, 2, Fort: Force R Hauti Aero C0101 I R ics, I Club ' Ri Chen I'1Stii defy, A Cal 1 Eine, 5555 JE Chen ko' PITYSICS- P . 1 hi Kap P3 lustrial Engineer' mg, rexasi .Chemical American Chemin, Itzl lsrrial Managemm i. .Qtureg Sigma mph, : of Architects, 3, 4f Navi' Student Colm, :ainment Committee Sevz Industrial in ,Electrical E ' . ziub, 2, 3, 4, nm' a, Mechanical Engi- . Phi Eta Sigma, Pi ant, Navy R.O.T.C. 1, Phi Kappa Phi, iii ration Geophysitlsts. President, 4, Deank 0 WILLIAM ALBERT DOZIER, Thomson, Georgia, Elec- trical Engineering, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Secretary, 2, Vice-President, 3, Kappa Kappa Psi, 3, A.I.E.E., 2, 5, fig I.R.E., 4, Band, l, 2, 3, Camera Club, 3, Vice-President, 4. RICHARD HOUSTON DRISKELL, Brunswick, Georgia, Civil Engineering, Alpha Tau Omega, Chi Epsilon, American Society of Civil Engineers, Captain, Air Force R.O.T.C. MACK TERRELL DUFFEY, East Point, Georgia, Arehi- tecture, Lambda Chi Alpha, Captain, Air Force R.O.T.C. 0 GLENN EDGAR DUNCAN, Decatur, Georgia, Applied Mathematics. JAMES C. DUNLAP, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Management Club, Captain, Air Force R.O.T.C. WILLIAM ANDERSON DUNLAP, Atlanta, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Secretary, 5, President, 4, ANAK, Student Trial Board, 2, 3, 4, Fraternity Honor Board, President, 4, A.S.M.E., 2, 3, Secretary, 4, President, 4, S.A.M., 4, Bulldog Club, 2, 3, -i, Treasurer, 3, Ramblin' Reck Club, 4, Freshman Bas- ketball, Air Force Drill Team, I, Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. 0 ANDREW HIBBEN DUPREVR, Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina, Civil Engineering, American Society of Civil Engineers, Lieutenant, Army R.O.T.C. WILLIAM NEWTON DYE, JR., Augusta, Georgia, Ar- chitecture, Delta Tau Delta, Secretary, 4, Technique, 1, American Institute of Architects, 3, 4. GENE PERIJUE DYER, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management, Management Club, 3, 4, Triangle Club, 3. 4, Glee Club, 3, 4. f CHARLES FREDERICK EATON, Atlanta, Georgia, Chem- ical Engineering, Phi Kappa Sigma, Secretary, 3, A.P.O., I- 2, 33 Newman Club, I, 2, Navy Rifle Team, 1, Air Force Rifle Team, 2, 3, 4, Captain, 3, Captain, Air Force R.O.T.C. RALPH DIOSELEY EDEN, JR., Decatur, Georgia, Aero- nautical Engineering, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Institute of Aeronautical Sciences, Arnold Air Society, 3, 4, Lt. Colonel, Air Force R.O.T.C. ' RICHARD CHARLES EDWARDS, Atlanta, Georgia, Phys- ICSL Chi Phi, Phi Eta Sigma, Sigma Pi Sigma, Physics Club. 5, 4, Golf, 1, 2, Major, Air Force R.O.T.C. ' ROBERT LEOWARD EISENBACH, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Chemical Engineering, Phi Lambda Upsilon, American Institute of Chemical Engineers, American Chemical So- ciety. ALFRED WILLS ELLERBEE, Atlanta, Georgia, Chemi- Gfl Engineering, Sigma Nu, Pi Delta Epsilon, 4, Eu- -'I"'ee'f 1, 2. 3, Business Manager, 4, Technique, Busi- UCSS Manager, 4, Publication Board, 4, A.I.Ch.E., 2, 5, Treasurer, 4. RIC!-IARD EMME'r'r ENGEL, Atlanta, Georgia, Chemi- cal Efiglneeringg Delta Sigma Phi, American Institute of EIISIIPFEI Engineering, Band, 1, 3, 4, Lt. Colonel, Army l M K-fiwmv-I AWN TN DICK DEVANE Omicron Delta Kappa President, Beta Theta Pi, Captain, Track Team WHO'S WHO 0 LEE H. ENLOE, Avondale Estates, Georgia, Textile Engineering. D JAMES MEITVIN ENNIS, JR., Savannah, Georgia, Mechanical Engineer- ing, P1 Tau Sigma, 3, 4, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 4. ERNEST PATRICK EPPS, Athens, Georgia, Mechanical Engineerin, Beta Theta Pi, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Treasurer if Arnold Air Society, Scabbard and Blade, Major, Air Force R.O.T.C. i Y WARREN MARTIN EPSTEIN, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, Architecture- h E silon Pi, Vice-President, 3, 4, President, 4, Pi Delta Epsilon 3, Alp a p 43 Yellow jacket, l, 2, American Institute of Architects, 3, 4, RICHARD ERIKSON, West Orange, New Jersey, Civil Engineering- American Society of Civil Engineers, 4, Navy Student Council, Ensign, Navy R.O.T.C, 0 LUIS CARLOS ESCOBAR, Cali, Colombia, Civil Engineering, American Society of Civil Engineers, 4. JAMES HARRY ESPY, Chattanooga, Tennessee, Mechanical Engineer. ing, Co-op Club, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President, 3, President, 4, Baptist Studeni Union, 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain, Army R.O.T.C. 4. FREDERICK ALLEN ETHRIDGE, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, Chemical Engi- neering, Theta Chi, American Institute of Chemical Engineers, 4, Alpha Phalanx, 1, President, 2, Triangle Club, 3, Wesley Foundation, 2, 3, ROY VAUGI-IN FAIR, Louisville, Georgia, Industrial Management, Theta Chi, Treasurer, 4, Gym, 1, Major, Air Force R.O.T.C. FRANK BAYNON FAUST, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Manage- ment, Distinguished Military Student Award, Lt. Colonel, Army R.O,T.C. SENIOR CLASS of 1956 llalltgeme WILLV denial Preiillem' Air fofff JAMES iliurzfme o ROY Euginefflll Qguucilll A dem Unior Aj, Force DENNIS iiial EUSIU lustrlal EE JOHN uinl 150311 Electrical I ILINN C Engineering llub, Bulli IRANKI Engineering iris, 3, 4. IHOMAI Electrical I kilo Eng bgiueers, , limi ILO. I Ronin leronauiicf -. lA.S., 5 Gala, 1, 5, TEVE I- Vicq P .anim Engine e ineerg T ring- i 1 fea ' For-ce Sureri 4, R.O.T,C. lvan' . , Pi D:!itaA?:3TCtuIt, acts, 3, 4- 'onli Civil :nt Council: Ensigi. Engineerin, gmeenngl Amerie, iechanical Enginw- tf 45 BnPtist Student 55659 Chemical Engi- Engineers, 4, Alph, Jundation, 2, 3, tstrial Management, R.O.T.C. Industrial Manage- bnel, Army R.O.T.C. o JOSEPH KNOX FELKER, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management. WILLIAM JAMES FISHER, JR., Darien, Georgia, Chemical Engineering, Theta Xi, Treasurer, 3, Vice- President, 4, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Lambda Upsilon, Captain, Air Force R.O.T.C. JAMES M. FLOYD, Hinesville, Georgia, Industrial Management, Wesley Foundation. 0 ROY EDMOND FORD, JR., Rome, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering, Delta Tau Delta, Treasurer, 3, Student Council, A.S.M.E., 4, Triangle Club, 3, 4, Baptist Stu- dent Union, 1, 2, 3, 4, Air Force Rifle Team, l, Captain, Air Force R.O.T.C. DENNIS PARKER FOSTER, Elberton, Georgia, lndus- trial Engineering, Sigma Chi, American Institute of ln- dustrial Engineers, 4, Baptist Student Union, 1, 2, 3, 4. JOHN R. FOURNIER, Greenfield, Massachusetts, Elec- trical Engineering, Eta Kappa Nu, American Institute of Electrical Engineers. 0 LYNN CURRY FOWLER, Moultrie, Georgia, Industrial Engineering, Kappa Sigma, President, 4, Management Club, Bulldog Club, Vice-President, 3, President, 4. FRANKLIN GLEN, Anniston, Alabama, Mechanical Engineering, American Institute of Mechanical Engi- neers, 3, 4. THOMAS SMITH FREEMAN, Milledgeville, Georgia, Electrical Engineering, Alpha Tau Omega, Institute of Radio Engineers, 4, American Institute of Electrical Engineers, 3, 4, A.P.O., 3, 4, Camera Club, 4, Lieutenant, Army R.O.T.C. 0 ROLAND WILSON FUENTES, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, Aeronautical Engineering, Theta Chi, Student Council, i, I.A.S., 3, Chairman, 4, Bulldog Club, 3, 4, Newman Club, l, 3, Secretary, 4, Triangle Club, 3, 4. STEVE HARRISON FULLER, Dublin, Georgia, Ceramic Engineering, Phi Delta Theta, YEHOZI' jacket, l, 2, American Ceramic Society, 3, 4, Glee Club, 2, 3, WCSICS' Foundation. ALBERT FAIREY GANDY, Hartsville, South Carolina, Industrial Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Pi Kappa Al- pha, Vice President, 4, Alpha Pi Mu, 3, 4, A.l.l.E., 3, 4, Society for the Advancement of Management, 3, 4, Bull- dog Club, 2, 5. 4, Co-op Club, 3, Treasurer, 4, Lt. Colo- nel, Army R.O.T.C., Distinguished Military Student, Ugliest Man on Campus, 4. ' JAMES LEWIS GARNER, Cedartown, Georgia, Civil Engineering, American Society of Civil Engineers, 3, 4. JAMES IRVIN GATLIFF, Forsyth, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering, Pi Tau Sigma, American Society of Me- chanical Engineers. N73 AD V? V., ,Q D 2 f-r--1.. ra .pus 'Bi 2 'MPP -Q ,E i if W ,fi , ,gf -I V vf L I :- Q' N, :- ' -1-'. ' I f- - fi' ii f"if1f'l':' txffgfsrl.-'J"' ' :r::I. aj ,ips se: , i. .'fIf'1. 35:4 - Q, . -,Ac 3 - -ei' -.ti --. ff ,, I an f fx nn N I 2 - ,tml ' . n.ig -9, 'JA .'1ifQZ'- 32,-R , Q I i l .1 I i ,..A.. . ,AQ 'X I DONALD NIILLER GAY, Tifton, Georgia, Industrial Engineering, Alpha Pi Mu, 3, Treasurer, 4, A.l.l.E., 3. 42 Sfifiety for the Advancement of Management, 4: Baptist Student Union, 1, 2, 3. Z ,il SENIOR CLASS of 1956 0 JAMES IRVIN GIDDINGS, III, Milledgeville, Georgia, Industrial Engi- neering, Alpha Tau Omega, Vice-President, 4, Yellow Jacket, Art Editor, A.I.I.E., Distinguished Military Student. JERE WICKLIFFE GOLDSMITH, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Manage- ment, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Pi Delta Epsilon, 3, 4, Yellow Jacket, 1, 2, 3' S.A.M., 3, 4, Circle K Club, l, 2, 3, 4, Management Club, 3, 4, Foot- ball Manager, 1, 2, Second Lieutenant, Army R.O.T.C. BILL :DUNLAP ANAK, President, Sigma Alpha Epsilon President, A.S.M.E. WHO'S WHO JAMES DANIEL GORMAN, Aberdeen, South Dakota, Phi Sigma Kappa, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President, 3, A.I.I.E., 4, Co-op Club, 2, 3, 4, Newman Club, 2, 3, 4.' ' ' JOHN MICHAEL Goss, Breman, Georgia, Electrical Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, 3, 4, Secretary, Eta Kappa Nu, Secretary, 3, President, 4, A.I.E.E., 4, Geology Club, 3, 4, Dean's List, 3, 4. TOMMY LAYTON GOSSAGE, Nashville, Tennessee, Chemical Engineer- ing, Phi Kappa Phi, Tau Beta Pi, American Chemical Society, 2, T-Club, Vice-President, 3, 4, Football, 1, 2, 3, 4, Scabbard and Blade, 3, 43 Arnold Air Society, 3, 4, Distinguished Military Student, 4, Colonel, Alf Force R.O.T.C., Dean's List, 2, 3, 4, Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. 0 ROBERT SIMPSON GOULD, DeLand, Florida, Civil Engineeringz Sigma Phi Epsilon, 1, 2, Historian, 3, Vice-President, 4, Chi EP51l0Uv 3' 45 Kappa Kappa Psi, 2, 5, Vice-President, 4, A.s.c.E., 3, 44 Band, 1, 2, Second Lieutenant, 3, Executive Oliicer, 4. u PRESTON DoN GRAHAM, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Managfwfnfg iam? C1?1lPha EPSilOn, Management Club, Lieutenant Colonel, Alf Pom WILLIAM DAN GRAI-IAM, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial lilafxlielgggg 1 Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Management Club, Lieutenant Colone , R.O.T.C. WALTER BURTON GRANT, Wilmington, North Carolinas lflduljtggi Managemeflfi KHPPH Alpha, Industrial Management SOClCtYa Vice' Eau dem, 43 Management Club, 3, 4, T-Club, Football, 1, 2, 3: 49 Base ,if 3,145 Scabbard and Blade, 4, Arnold Air Society, 3, Executive OfIiS3i'2m,g Egitlzgulshed Military Student, 4, Colonel, Air Force R.O.T.C.3 DAVID WILLIAM GRAY, St. Petersburg, Florida, Electrical Eilgglfgtg glgg. American Institute of Electrical Engineers, 4, Institute 0 ngmeefsi 43 Second Lieutenant, Army R.O.T.C. ll0l-IN E. Glu ul Engineering, I, 2, 3, Treasuri President, 3, Pre lrmy R.O.T.C. Wlluinl En lusuial Manager Ueutenant, Arm GEORGE Ru Ellginq UCS Oiuntil, 2, lillillli 1ll'II1'y' I .,E'llll- ERANIQ pl Ellglrleerin Club, 3, 4. .FLOW sin, Engllleeri milf, 2, 5, M'0Club, 1, 2 lhglflefllngg An lkfwman Ldlulflmxmo X Gill? Ensin l :Pan An Exim S. Q, tgodnutg Am Ummm, for Almt S , MTANLQ . A - L illntl li Inj V9 Nhllhmr 'x In ,, tl, . lllfli,,,l f,qll,5 fi! its tmrgommg l SENIORS Q0 ' i 7 5 f,l 1 , i Sli 0 W . im . na. Q., Y v ,-v' I TOM GOSSAGE Ph: Kappa Phig Tau Bela Pi Scabbard and Blade WHO'S WHO l ta, Phi Sigma Kappa. 3, 4, Newman Club, :al Engineering? Til President, 43 A.l-F-Ei 3 Chemical EHIZUW' 1 Society, 23 Tuubj 'id and Blade, 5' dent 4- CoI0f1fl5" Anfon? Students 10 1 Engineefingi Sfgni Chi Epsilon, 9' ,' . 3, 4Q Bandv 1' " Ui. ustrial Manageliira t Col0Hel1 Al tnli . e111 ustrial Maxi Fora I Colonel, .Al Carolindi SCEClCgYa4' 858542, 1, ' -' 'fEfC".' Dans . ee, Electrical Ffgigdio Instifllfe 0 JOI-IN E. GREASEL, Cleveland Heights, Ohiog Chemi- cal Engineeringg Lambda Chi Alpha, Secretary, 3g I.F.C., l, 2, 3, Treasurer, 4, Trial Board, 2, 4, A.I.Ch.E., Vice- President, 3, President, 4, Pershing Rifles, l, 2g Captain, Army R.O.T.C. WILLIAM EDWIN GREEN, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, In- dustrial Managementg Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Management Club, 4, Spiked Shoe Club, 3, 4, Track Team, l, 2, 3, 43 Lieutenant, Army R.O.T.C. GEORGE RUSSELL GREENACRE, Chicago, Illinois, Chemical Engineering, Theta Chi, A.l.Ch.E., 4, Activi- ties Council, 2, Auto Club, 3, Toastmasters' Club, 3: Captain, Army R.O.T.C. OIEARL FRANKLYN GRIFFIN, Decatur, Georgiag Elec- trical Engineeringg Institute of Radio Engineers, Physics Club, 3, 4, .FLOYD SILAS GRIFFIN, Thomasville, Georgia, Elec- trical Engineering, American Institute of Electrical Engineers, 2, 3, 4, Institute of Radio Engineers, 2, 3, 41 Radio Club, 1, 2, 3, 45 Baptist Student Union, l, 2, 3, 4. ARMANDO GRISANTI, Caracas, Venezuela, Industrial Engmeerlngg American Institute of Industrial Engineers, 41 Newman Club, 4, Pan American Club, 4. ' FERITIANDO VILLALON GUERRERO, I-Iavana, Cubag Industrial Engineering, Newman Club, 43 Philosophy Club. 41 Pan American Club, 3, 4. WILLIE S. GUFEIN, JR., Atlanta, Georgiag Industrial Engmeeringg American Institute of Industrial Engineers, 4, Society for the Advancement of Management, -il Lieutenant, Army R.O.T.C. STANLEY KAUEMAN GUMBLE, Cincinnati. Ohio: Industrial Management, Phi Epsilon Pi, Secretary. 3. T'?a5Ul'Cl', 3, Vice President, 4, I.F.C., 2, 3, President, 4: Thai BOHFCI, 33 Yellow Jacket, lg Society for the Advance- ment of Management, 4, Management Club, 3. 41 Bull- d98 Clqb, 3, 4, Triangle Club, 3, 4, wsr., 5, 4, CHP- mfn- Air Force R.O.T.C.g Student Lecture and Enter- tamm?f1t Committee, Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. ,Ian ,,. . . r rf ,ft WJ, ,--.5 ,L 31 t'- tk . ae. , -0 E AVID 5' Engmef BQBBY l Chez ROBERT l at I aegis, 33 C04 5501105 V Managel Presidet u , 1 3 4: W SENIOR CLASS of 1956 0 RICHARD A. GUTI-IMAN, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Engineering, Alpha Pi Mu, 4, Rifle Team, 3, 4. JOSE MANUEL GUTIERREZ, Habana, Cuba, Industrial Engineering, American Institute of Industrial Engineers, Society for the Advancement of Management. STAN GUMBLE President, I.F.C. WHO'S WHO l PAUL HAROLD GWIN, Atlanta, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering, Delta Sigma Phi. EARL WILLIAM HALL, Waycross, Georgia, Industrial Management. JAMES ALLEN HALL, Helena, Arkansas, Chemical Engineering, Sigma Phi Epsilon, American Chemical Society, 3, 45 American IHSf1fUfC Ol Chemical Engineers, 4. 0 CHARLES IRVIN HANCOCK, Thomasville, Georgia, Mechanical Engi- neering, Pi Tau Sigma, Vice President, 45 American Society of Mechan- ical Engineers, 3, 4, Baptist Student Union, 1, 2, 3, 4. h WILLIAM KYLE HANCOCK, Thomaston, Georgia, Chemical EngiH?C5 H183-American Chemical Society, 2, 3, 4, American Institute of Chemlf Engineers. DONALD MACK HANKINS, Trion, Georgia, Textile Enginieigfgii Cooperative Plan, American Association of Textile Chemists and C0 0 1 SSCretary, 4, Co-op Club, Baptist Student Union, 1, 3, 4- l Engl' I-IARRY GORDON HARBER, Middlesboro, Kentucky? Mecllania rim lleeflflgl Phi Sigma Kappa, Treasurer, 2, Pi Tau Sigma? me Society of Mechanical Engineers. - . '1 NEWTON GARY HARDIE, JR., Walhalla, South Carolina, Texsh? Eflgilleeringg Beta Theta Pi, Omicron Delta Kappa, AN-AK? Koszerglfi Psi, Kappa P13 Tau Beta Pi, President, 4, Phi Eta Sigma, SCCWFMV' ltd nt 43 3, President, 4g Student Council, 4, Y.M.C.A. Cabinet, V1fC'PfeSf-aggle Bulldog Club, 3, 4, Debate Club, 1, Secretary-Treasurer, 2ST Zsurery Club, 4, VICE-President, 3, Toastmasters' Club, 1, 5, 5eCfela,'V'lfee1.iCan Beta Pi Pledge Award, 33 Who's Who Among Students lfl ln Colleges and Universities. LINTON I. Engineer lllERRITI' IN tial Managem nent of Mana! 9 GEORGE RC dustrial Engine PHILIP GRA Engineering, II fn1ntil,4g Am Triangle Club, ,JAMES Fm lflfal Engineeri llllf, 5, fl. 'Tm wma lllltrrial Engi llgllltets. In ll0.T,g Ln fvlifm nil? of ' w llnflm sl, ,ri Hem ln 1, all g DAVID SAMUEL HARGIS, Lakeview, Georgia, Meghan- ical Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma, 3, 4, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Veterans' Club, 3, 4, Dean's List, 3, 4. BOBBY LEON HARRELL, Atlanta, Georgia, Textile Engineering, Phi Psi, 3, 4, American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists, 4, Activities Council, 3,4- ROBERT W. HARRELL, Fitzgerald, Georgia, Chemical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, American Chemical So- ciety, 1, 2, 3, 4, American Institute of Chemical Engi- neers, 33 Co-op Club, 3. o GEORGE WALTER HARRIS, Americus, Georgia, Indus- trial Management, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Secretary, 4, Omicron Delta Kappa, ANAK, Koseme, President, 3, Industrial Management Society, 3, 4, Student Council, 2, 3, President, 4, Student Trial Board, 3, 4, Ramblin' Reck Club, 2, 4, Secretary-Treasurer, 3, Management Club, 3, 4, Wesley Foundation, 1, 2, 3, 4, Administrative Council, 4, Vice President, Freshman Class, President, junior Class, Athletic Association Board of Directors, 4, Dean's List, 3, 4, Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. LINTON I. HARRIS, JR., Marietta, Georgia, Electrical Engineering, Beta Theta Pi, American Institute of Elec- trical Engineers, Navy Pistol Team, 1. IVIERRITT NEEL HARRISON, Atlanta, Georgia, Indus- trial Management, Sigma Nu, Society for the Advance- ment of Management, Management Club. 0 GEORGE Ross HARROD, JR., Athens, Tennessee, In- dustrial Engineering, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Bulldog Club. PHILIP GRATTAN HART, Rome, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering, Delta Tau Delta, Secretary, 3, Student Council, 4, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 4, Triangle Club, 3, 4. -JAMES FRANKLIN HARVELL, Atlanta, Georgia, Elec- trical Engineering, American Institute of Electrical Engi- neers, 3, 4. 0 TIM WESTON HAULBROOK, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Engineering, American Institute of Industrial Engineers. JAMES EDWARD HAYNES, JR,, Manchester, Georgia, Textile Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Eta Sigma, Delta Kappa Phi, President, 4, Debating Society, 1, 2, Band, li Toastmasters' Club, I, 3, 4, Captain, Air Force R.O.T.C. LAMONT ANDREW HEARN, JR,, Charlotte, North Carolina, Electrical Engineering, Kappa Sigma, American Institute of Electrical Engineers, 4, I.R.E., 4, Newman Club, 3- 43 Flying Club, Auto Club. F WARREN KENNETH HEATH, Winter Haven, Elorida: ndustrial Management, American Chemical Society. .KURT JOHN HEINRICI-I, Elmont, New York, Elec- trical Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha, President, 4: Blue Pffflf. 3, I.R.E., 3, 4, Newman Club, I, 2, 4, Secre- 'a"Y- 35 Lieutenant, Army R.O.T.C. Iv JACK WILLIAM HEISEL, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Tlanagemfmi Sigma Chi, Management Club, 3, 43 TSMUS Sam- 1, 2, 3, 4. 437 JM' . n 'U' 55 Colleges am' WILLIAM G' AW if-an E HAL MUD what 3, Trea president, Who Am Env Alpha Ta Gym Team miss I-IUBERT Thet SENIOR CLASS of 1956 0 XWILLIAM C. HENDERSON, Fitzgerald, Georgia, Architecture, Tau Beta Pig American Institute of Architects, 5, 4, Activities Council, 3, 4. FREDERICK EARL HENRY, Gainesville, Florida, Industrial Engineering, Alpha Pi Mug American Institute of Industrial Engineers. NEWT HARDIE ANAKQ Omicron Della Kappa President, Tau Beta Pi WHO'S WHO ws., ifw l ,Q JAMES MARTIN HICKERSON, Atlanta, Georgia, Civil Engineering, Beta Theta Pig American Society of Civil Engineers, 3, 4, Baseball, 1, 4. WILLIAM SYLVESTER HIGGINS, Atlanta, Georgia, Civil Engineering. EDMOND F. HINDS, JR., College Park, Georgia, Mechanical Engineer- ing, Cooperative Plan, Kappa Alpha Orderg Pi Tau Sigma, Brlaeffall Society, Tau Beta Pig Phi Kappa Phi, A.S.M.E.g Dean's List . 0 DONALD EVERETT HINTON, Gaffney, South Carolina, Industrial Man- Hgementg Sigma Nu, Football, 1, 2, 3, 4. CLIFTON W. HOLBROOK, Cornelia, Georgia, Textile Eflgineefingi Delta Kappa Phi, 4. . JAMES ALVIN HOLCOMB, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Electrical Eflggneef' H183 American Institute of Electrical Engineersg Pershing RIHCS, lt -- JOHN GERALD HOLEY, Atlanta, Georgia, Electrical Engineering Phi Gamma Delta, Eta Kappa Nu, 5, 4, Newman Club, 1, 2, 3, 4- . - ' 'n - CURTIS WILBURN HOLLAND, Moultrie, Georgia, Textile Engineer' g ., of WIILIAII WAI it Mechanical Sriety of Mechani l 'Pao TING Hsu, ateringg Chinese ,IIE CARSON I-I iilllffflflgl Amer Fam A ll-wagementg l ARL.-I HU fihttringg Insdn W1 Engineers It . EMQRI' 12 , gmeenngi A f-limi U. Air 'limi AZ: 'AISQC ":l , Qilf,m"f'in Insfinire Tl sim C Engineering, Baseball, l, fl. l Engineering. tical Engineer- ma, Briaerean if. ndustrial Man' , Engineering? :rical Eflggneeri RiflC5, lr H' igineeriflgi Phi 31 le Engineering' 0 CHARLES FRANK HOLLBERG, III. Senoia, Georgia, Industrial Management, KaDDa Alpha, Vice-President, 43 ANAK, Kosemel Kappa KHPPH Psi, 2- 3, 41 Student Council, 1, Engineer, Adv. Manager, 4, Y.M.C.A. Cab- inet, 4: W.S.F.. 1, 2, 3, 4, Ramblin' Reck Club, 4, Tri. angle Club, 3, Vice-President, 4, Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, A.P.O., 2, 3, Vice-President, 4, Management Club, 2, Treasurer. 3, Vice-President. 4, Toastmasters' Club, 3, President. Freshman Class, Who's Who Among Students in Ameri- can Colleges and Universities. WILLIAM GARIG HOLLINS. Columbia. South Caro- ling, Mechanical Engineering, Technique, 2, A.S.M.E., 4, Presbyterian Student Center, 3, 4, Captain, Air Force R.O.T.C. CLAUDE HAMILTON HOLLIS, JR., MHCOD, Georgia, Industrial Management, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Student Council, 3, Treasurer, 4, Ramblin' Reck Club, Bulldog Club, President, 3, Management Club, St. Pat's Council, Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. 0 CHARLES EDWIN HOMAN, Macon, Georgia, Archi- tecture: Alpha Tau Omega, American Institute of Archi- tects, Gym Team, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader, 2, 3. Ross HUBERT HOWARD, JR., Kennesaw, Georgia, Architecture, Theta Chi, American Institute of Architects. WILLIAM WARREN Howie, Columbia, South Cato- lina, Mechanical Engineering, Sigma Nu, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 4, Bulldog Club, 3, 4. 0 PAO TING HSU, Hong Kong, China, Mechanical En- gineering, Chinese Club. JOE CARSON HUBER, Athens, Alabama, Mechanical Engineering, American Society of Mechanical Engineers. .CHARLES FRANKLIN HUFF, Decatur, Georgia, Indus- trial Management, Varsity Football, 3, 4. 0 Ross ARLA HUGHES, Rock Island, Illinois, Electrical Engineering, Institute of Radio Engineers, Institute of Electrical Engineers. JOSEPH THOMAS HUIE, College Park, Georgia, Me- chanical Engineering, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Captain, Air Force R.O.T.C. , JOHN EMORY HUIE, College Park, Georgia, Mechan- ical Engineering, American Society of Mechanical Engr- WSFSL Captain, Air Force R.O.T.C. 9 MICHAEL HAROLD HULL, Chattanooga, Tennessee, Industrial Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Alpha Tau Omega! A.I.I.E., Society of American Engineers, Co-op Club, 2, 3, 4, Band, 1, 2, Pershing Rifles, 1, Lieutenant, Army R.O.T.C. ,I-'WlES'C. HUNDLEY, JR., Richmond, Virginia, Elec- X'fal,Er1grneetiug, Lambda cha Alpha, Eta Kappa Nu, merican Institute of Electrical Engineers. l, THOMAS CAsoN HUNTER, JR., Florence, South Caro- llfla, Electrical Engineering, Pi Kappa Alpha, American ilislglg of Electrical Engineers, Captain, Air FOYCC 439 I I I stuka vi: x, ,, I -A li. 1? 110 o SAMUEL FREDERICK HUTCHINS Cocoa Florida M chanical Engineering, PI Tau Sigma, American Societ of Mechanical Engineers. Y ERT ' Imgiilon DAVID I itll? 23253911 P011 ndaflony EZRA HUTTO, Savannah, Georgia, Industrial Engineer. ing, American Institute of Industrial Engineers, 3 4. Geechee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Baptist Student Union, 1, 2, 3 4 ' ' P. RAMIRO IRABIEN, Mexico D. F., Mexico, Mechan- ical Engineering, American Society of Mechanical Engi. neers, 3, 4, Newman Club, 1, 2, Radio Club, 1, 2, pan American Club, 1, 2. 0 HENRY MAXEY IRELAND, JR., Chickarnauga, Georgia- Electrical Engineering, Eta Kappa Nu. i CLAUDE ALLEN IVEY, Atlanta, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 4, Pershing Rifles, 1, 2. THOMAS ANDREW JACKSON, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management, Management Club, 3, 4. 0 IAN H. JACOBY, Ridgewood, New Jersey, Mechanical Engineering, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 3, 4, Auto Club, 3, 4, Flying Club, 3. BEN EDWARD JAMES, JR., Brunswick, Georgia, In- dustrial Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Theta Chi, Tau Beta Pi, Briaerian Society, Alpha Pi Mu, A.I.I.E., S.A.M., Y Recreation Council, Activities Council. DAN PHILLIPS JAMES, East Point, Georgia, Indus- trial Management. 0 PERRY LESTER JAMES, Maplewood, New Jersey, In- dustrial Engineering, Sigma Nu, American Institute of Industrial Engineers, 3, 4. HEMDON H. JENKINS, Atlanta, Georgia, Electrical Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Eta Sigma, Eta Kappa Nu, 3, 4, Phi Kappa Phi, 4, American Institute of Electrical Engineers. EMORY JENKS, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Manage' ment, Chi Phi, Phi Eta sigma, Phi Kappa Phi, 4: In- dustrial Management Society, 3, 4, Yellow ffwkefr 33 Football, 1, Basketball, 1. 0 THERON Dow JENNINGS, JR., Americus, Geofglai Industrial Management, Sigma Alpha EpSil0f1S Soclety for the Advancement of Management, 43 Management Club, Secretary, 3, President, 4, Circle K Club, 3i Treasurer, 4. U WILLIAM MANSFIELD JENNINGS, Hawkinsvilles Gem' gla, Electrical Engineering, Pi Kappa Alpha, Treasalfffr 33 A.I.E.E., Camera Club, Treasurer, 1, V1Ce'Pfe51,iEIg' 25 Baptist Student Union, Captain, Air Force KO- - ' ALTON PETER JENSEN, East Point, Georgiab ihanical Engineering, Pi Tau Sigma, Tau Beta P19 e ISI. BENJAMIr ingeriflgi Ritual En!! DOUGLAS sigma Alpha GENE K. American Inst n GORDON , Ei Tzu Beta P13 A Kappa Phu A NORMAN L Society for the ROBERT EAI lru0megaQ 5- Ilub, 5, 43 Ca. ROBERT ADI Delta Tau Del Engineers, 4, N I Florida. M rican S' -e' Octery Engineer, rneerg, 3 4, Union, 1, 2' Xicoi' Mechan. chanrcal Eng, lub! la 23 Pan auga, Georgia, 1,35 Mechanical ical Engineers, ilaflfa, Georgia, lb, 3, 4. sey, Mechanical nrcal Engineers, lc, Georgia, In- Theta Chi, Tau A.I.I.E., S.A.M., Georgia, Indus- New ICYSCYS ln' ican Institute of rorgiag Electrical , Eta KGPPH NU' Lute of Electrical :l trial Manage' ,Elia Phi, 42 'ti 61101, jackeli 9' rericuS, Georgia: Epsilon? Social 4. Managfmfn cle, K Club' 3' . ' GCOI' ,wki1rllsv?:ga5u,er, Mafide-Pfesidelgl .I Force R'O'T' I M . , C' f 13 i t, Geopg. beans L, Beta i 0 ROBERT CARY Jessup, Ossing, New York, Industrial Management' phi Epsilon Pi, President, 3, 4, Industrial Management Society, 4, Techj nique, 1, 2, 3, Hillel, 3, 4. DAVID CHARLES JIMMERSON, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Civil Engineer- ing, Cooperative Plan, Sigma Chr, Pi Delta Epsilon, 2, 3, 4, Chi Epsilon 3 4, Blue Print, 1, Engmeer, I, 2, Feature Editor, 3, A.S.C.E., 3, Secretary, 42 5,A,M,E,, 2, 3, Vice-President, 4, St. Pat's Council, 3, 4, Wesley: Foundation, 4. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN JOHNSON, Blytheville, Arkansas, Electrical Engineering, Eta Kappa Nu, 5, TfC21Surer, 4, American Institute of Elem-ical Engineers, 3, 4, Institute of Radio Engineers, 3, 4, DOUGLAS JOHNSON, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. GENE K. JOHNSON, Savannah, Georgia, Industrial Engineering, American Institute of Industrial Engineers. o GORDON EDWARD JOHNSON, Atlanta, Georgia, Chemical Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Lambda Upsilon, 3, Secretary, 4, Phi Kappa Phi, A.I.Ch.E., 3, Vice-President, 4, Triangle Club. NORMAN LEE JOHNSON, Bushnell, Florida, Industrial Management, Society for the Advancement of Management, Management Club, Band. ROBERT EARL JOHNSON, Orlando, Florida, Civil Engineering, Alpha Tau Omega, S.A.M.E., 4, A.S.C.E., 3, 4, Bulldog Club, 3, 4, Canterbury Club, 3, 4, Captain, Army R.O.T.C., Distinguished Military Student. ROBERT ADAIR JOHNSTON, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Engineering, Delta Tau Delta, Alpha Pi Mu, 4, American Institute of Industrial Engineers, 4, Navy Drill Team, 1. :NY ,ww-rg an R.. f A 3' are . ., , Yarra-A .i '2--,S-W, Aga., V ,f ra V 'A 1 . ..n.2Al'.r.. ve , 'IC - W GEORGE HARRIS President, Student Council ANAK, Omicron Delta Kappa WHO'S WHO JAMES MADISON JOINER, Lookout Mountain. Tennessee: Textile Engineering, Phi Delta Theta, Secretary, -'lp Lieutenant. Air Force R.O.T.C. SENIOR CLASS of 1956 1-:t:a - A -ix1uas.a-u:isl 1 ri . 1 rv? o DAVID JARVIS JONES, Macon, Georgia, Electrical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Independent Students, Organization, President, 3, A.I.E.E., 2, 3, 49 Buudo Club, 3, 4, Co-op Club, 4, President, 3, Army Rifig Team, 1, 2, Scabbard and Blade, 4, Lieutenant, Alme R.O.T.C. V EARL DOUGLAS JONES, Birmingham, Alabama. Elec- trical Engineering, Phi Eta Sigma, Tau Beta lgii. Eta Kappa Na, Phi Kappa Phi, A.I.E.E., IRE., sqaaie D Scholarship, Dean's List, 2, 3, 4. LOUIS IVY JONES, JR., Arlington, Virginia, Civil Engineering, American Society of Civil Engineers, 3 4. Society of American Military Engineers, 2, 3, Secretary, 4, Lieutenant, Army R.O.T.C. ' o THOMAS ARTHUR JONES, Atlanta, Georgia, Chemical Engineering, Kappa Kappa Psi, American Institute of Chemical Engineers, 4, American Chemical Society, 3 4, Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, Baptist Student Union, 1, 2,41 Secretary, 3. ROY EVANS JOSEY, Cochran, Georgia, Electrical En- gineering, American Institute of Electrical Engineers. FRANCIS MARSHALL JOYNER, JR., Windsor, Virginia, Industrial Design, Theta Chi, Secretary, 4, Association of Industrial Design Students, Treasurer, 3, Vice President, 4, Philosophy Club, 4. 0 EDWARD RICHERS KAHRS, Augusta, Georgia, Elec- trical Engineering, Institute of Radio Engineers, Ameri- can Institute of Electrical Engineers. AJIT KAMBHU, Bangkok, Thailand, Mechanical En- gineering, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 4. THOMAS KEATING, JR., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Electrical Engineering, American Institute of Electrical Engineers, President, Institute of Radio Engineers, De- bating Society. 0 HENRY GRADY KEITH, Atlanta, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma, 3, All Phi Kappa Phi, American Society of Mechanical Eng111CC1'S, 3, 4, St. Pat's Council. ROBERT MORTON KEITH, JR., Brockton, M2553 chusetts, Civil Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha? Amen' can4 Society of Civil Engineering, 3, 4, Canterbury, 1, 2, . MARTIN JOSEPH KELLER, Atlanta, Georgias lfldug' trial Management, Kappa Sigma, Management Club, , 43 Newman Club, l, 2, Secretary, 3, TICHSUICI, 4- 0 LAKE DUDLEY KELLY, Flemingsburg, Kef1f'1dfV,,g?1, dustrial Management, Phi Delta Theta: Ramblm Club, Basketball, Lieutenant, Army R,o.T.C. u THOMAS DONALD KENADY, Atlanta, Geofgiai Tex' tile Engineering, Phi Kappa Tau. DANNY BILLY KENNEDY. Savannah, Geofgiaicifgf chanical Engineering, Lambda Chi AlPha3 Geech3eB1adei GYH1 Team, Cross Country Team, Scabbard an 442 .N PN JW 4,13 C his A 1113 flint. ROW 2 eraflve CIRLIS EL ugerlilgi ,Ia QQIOIISIS- SYLVIA Fl Alpha Xi Del JOHN PRE ment KHPPQ titfli Pi Tau agement Club. llgasurer, 3, l i5StalJlJa1'Cl 2 gllldents in A OEDWARD C Engineering, Treasurer, 45 E 4, A.S.M.E., 3 CHARLES 1 matics, Sigma HUGH F. L Omega, Manag l I' ident Studegl gs zutenimy Rifle nts Army glai Eleqri l Alabama, Ele 1 Beta pi. EZ KE-3 Squaie D Virginia! Civil Engineers, 3, 4. 2, 3, Secretary: zorgia, Chemical C?-I1 Institute gf nical Society, 3, Union, 1, 214, a, Electrical En. cal Engineers. 'indsor, Virginia, 4, Association ol i, Vice President, ,, Georgia, Elec- ingineers, Ameri- , Mechanical En- iical Engineers, 4- iia, Pennsylvania: Qrute of Electrical .o EngineetS3 De' zorgia-L Mechanimi Sigma' 3f li Ph' hanical EHBUW5' Brockton, Mass? ,. - has Ame ' Caiiiterbvfli 1' ,ag Incluv alia Club, 3' Tfeasufefv ' ' ln' Mfg: Kenuid?Yl7,CCk jT3r.c. Rnmbllll . , Tex' ia, tara, Georg Geofgiii Inaba hee lphaz Geec Blade- Scabbafd and g BEN JOHNSON KING, .Mernphis, Tennessee, Mechanical Engineering. Sigma Chi, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Major, Air Force R.O.T.C. ROBERT CLEOPHUS KIRK, Tunnel Hill, Georgia, Civil Engineering. Cooperative Plan, Chi Epsilon, 3, 4, American Society of Civil Engineers, 3, 4, Society of American Military Engineers, 3, 4, Y CARLIS EUGENE KIRKPATRICK, JR., Norcross, Georgia, Textile Engi- neering Kappa Alpha, Phi Psi, American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists. SYLVIA FRANCES KLINGER, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Architecture, Alpha Xi Delta, Newman Club. JOHN PRESTON KLINKE, Memphis, Tennessee, Industrial Manage- ment, Kappa Alpha, Secretary, 4, ANAK, Industrial Management So- ciety, Pi Tau Chi, Secretary, 3, 4, Activities Council, President, 3, Man- agement Club, 3, Secretary, 4, Ramblin' Reck Club, 3, 4, Triangle Club, Treasurer, 3, President, 4, Y,M.C.A. Cabinet, Secretary, 3, Vice-President, 4, Scabbard and Blade, Captain, Navy R.O.T.C., Whos Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. 0 EDWARD CHARLES KOCHER, Aliquippa, Pennsylvania, Mechanical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Phi Sigma Kappa, Vice-President, 3, Treasurer, 4, Briaerean Society, 3, 4, Pi Tau Sigma, 3, Treasurer, 4, I.E.C., 4, A.s.M.E,, 3, 4, Bulldog Club, 5, 4. CHARLES ALFORD LAFORGE, JR., San Francisco, California, Mathe- matics, Sigma Nu, President, 4, Newman Club, 1. HUGH F. LANE Millen Georgia, Industrial Management, Alpha Tau NELSO FRANK HOLLBERG President, World Student Fund ANAK, Koscme WHO'S WHO PHILIP EDWARD LANIEY, Helena, Arkansas, Clicmicil Inianccrinc Pi Kappa Alpha. N CORR LANG, Pass Christian, Mississippi, In lustriil Nlinicc i Cl bi ment, Management Club, Newman Club. Omega, Management u SENIOR CLASS ol i956 f-Qt 2 Y xg' 'lr WW o JACK DONALD LANIER St Albans West Virgima ctrlcal Engineering Cooperative Plan A115 l234CoopClub34R ,, Z, Y 2? l ' O OT am 2 3 4 Distinguished Military Student Aw Mayor Army R O T C MES SIDNEY LANIER JR College Park Georg Electrical Engineering RONALD LANZILOTTA Cedarhurst New York Arch, ecture P1 Kappa Phi President 4 Interfraternity Cou 3 4 Interfraternrty Council Trial Board Amerrc Institute of Architects 4 O HOWARD VANCE LAW Albany Georgia' Industrial Engineering' American Institute of Industrial Engineer-5 3 4- Society for the Advancement of Management 4, JOHN BARNARD LAW, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Me. chanical Engineering, Phi Delta Theta, American S0- ciety of Mechanical Engineers, 4. JOHN PERRIN LAWSON, JR., Sumter, South Carolina, Architecture, Sigma Nu, American Institute of Architects, 3, 4. 0 GEORGE MARSHALL LEACH, Chattanooga, Tennessee, Mechanical Engineering, Delta Sigma Phi, Treasurer, 3, President, 4, American Society of Mechanical Engineers. WILLIAM E. LEE, JR., Brunswick, Georgia, Electrical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Theta Xi, Treasurer, President, Interfraternity Council. RICHARD WAYMACK LEECH, Savannah, Georgia, Electrical Engineering. 0 RICHARD ERIC LENHOLT, Daytona Beach, Florida: Electrical Engineering, Sigma Chi, Bulldog Club, 3, 43 Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4, Major, Air Force R.O.T.C. ALFRED MYLES LEPPERT, Sylacauga, Alabama,.Me- chanical Engineering, Theta Chi, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Eta Sigma, Pi Delta Epsilon, 3, 4, Pi Tau Sigma, 3, 43 2, 5, Blue Print, 1, 2, 3, 4, A.S.M.E., 2, 5, 4: Awvlflfs Council, 2, 3, Drama Tech, 1, 2, 3, Glee Club, 1, 2, 5- - CLAUDE ALPHERD LESSIG, JR., Efland, North Caro- imag Civil Engineering, Cooperative Plan, American Society of Civil Engineers, 3, 4, Baptist Student Union. 0 CARL MCAFEE LESTER, Atlanta, Georgia, Civil Engii Deering, Cooperative Plan, American SOC1efY of CWI Engineers. RONALD CARL LEVY, Chattanooga, Tennessee, ME: chanical Engineering, Phi Eta Sigma, Pi Tau Sigma, 51 II?iS'M'E-, 43 Lieutenant, Air Force R.O.T.C., D620 Ist, 3, DON-ALD WILLIAM LINDE, Minneapolis, Minlfsesfffgi Mecimmcal Engineering American SOCICYY of Mec an Engineers, 4. 'lol-IN CHES iuginetting, I lczbbard and H Cwmrrs M M157 Coo Pitsidtnt, 5-PH . , 3 WHL Lieutenr illliflfan .lim cement FRANK .lmiigmf ' WIIII ., fn fi Phi i We Cl . ln Rin Bn ii Alpha all :iefY . W . ran, eil Iiggirrr, is RO' 141 fudenr Award? e Park, Georgia: sIewY k. , frfraterciiitg, adn: B - .un Oafd, American iorgfai Industrial strral Engmeersy daflagtment, 4, fa, Georgia, Me, ia? American 50. ', South Carolina, tute of Architects, nooga, Tennessee, Phr, Treasurer, 3, hanical Engineers. Heorgiag Electrical 'a Xi, Treasurer, vannah, Georgia! 1 Beach, Florida, rraog Club, 5, 41 e R.O.T.C. ia, Alabamagvllle- Beta Pi, Ph' fe Sigma, 3, 44 lm" 2, 3, 43 AC'W"'e5 ilee Club, 1, Zi 3' 5, North Cflfo' aIl'lan9 Ammn Student Umon' - . ' ' Esi' easter Tennessee? Mei r, . 3, ll, ti Tau Slgfmbeads R.o.r.c.. Minnesofai apolig? Mechanical Q sd 0 JOHN CHESTNUT LINDSAY, JR., Elorence, South Carolinag Industrial Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Pi Kappa Alpha, Vice-President, 4, Scabbard and Bladeg Lieutenant, Army R.O.T.C. CHARLES MARSHAL LINDSEY, Birmingham, Alabama, Electrical Engi- neering, Cooperative Plang Independent Students' Organization, Vice- President, 3, Briaerean Society, Treasurer, 3, A.I.E.E.g Baptist Student Union, Lieutenant, Army R.O.T.C. JOHN VENABLE LINN, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Textile Engineering, American Association of Textile Chemists and Coloristsg Society for the Advancement of Management, Auto Club. Cl ILRANK FA-KEH Lru, Shanghai, China, Chemical Engineering, Chinese u . h ' lEngineeringg HIIIAM SIDNEY LONG, Cornelia, Georgia, Mec anrca American Society of Mechanical Engineers. ' WU-1-IAM HORACE LONG, Boonshill, Tennesseeg Industrial IVIHUHSZ ment, Phi Gamma Delta President, 3, 4, Interfraternrty Council, 5, , Triangle Club, 3, 4, Vets ,Club, 4. ROBERT Louis LONGSHORE, JR., Decatur, Georgia: If1dUSffi1'1l Engl neefmgl Alpha Pi Mug Lieutenant, Army R.O.T.C. Y k Industrial Manage' IAN GORDON LORIMER, Douglaston, New or 3 Y A mem? Tall Kappa Epsilong Management Club, Vets Club, Secretary, - SENIOR CLASS of 1956 H. J. LOWERY, North Little Rock, Arkansasp Electrical lntxnttrr Eta Kappa Nu, 5, 43 American Institute of lilcctrical linluinctr l trr t of Radio Engineers. NEEDHAM HUGH LOWETY, Eastman, Gcoririzrg Actotratrtitrl lncrnttr ing, Institute of Aeronautical Sciences. SKEETER HOLLIS President, Bulldog Club Treasurer, Student Council WHO'S WHO PAW way 44 ,. 0 ALVIN KAHLMAN LUBIN, Fairhaven, Massachusett- Industrial Management. S' JAMES ERNEST LUNSEORD, East Point, Georgia. CMI Engineering, American Society of Civil Engineers, ' LAWRENCE EVERETT LYMBURNER, JR., Bar Harbor Maine, Industrial Management, Kappa Sigma, Flyinr Club, 4, Secretary-Treasurer, 1, Vice-President, 2 pref dent, 3, Activities Council, 2. ' o GERALD WYNFIELD LYNES, Ridgeland, South Cam, linag Mechanical Engineering, American Society of Me, chanical Engineers. RICHARD RAY LYON, Columbus, Georgia, Mechani. cal Engineering. WILLIAM WALLACE LYONS, Atlanta, Georgia, Ap. plied Mathematics, Sigma Chi, Student Council, 4, Blue Print. 2: Activities Council, 3. 4, Circle K Club, 2, 5, 4: Arnold Air Society, 4: Air Force Drill Team, 1, 2, 5, Major, Air Force R.O.T.C. o WILLIAM COATESWORTH MACPHERSON, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Design: Beta Theta Pig Tehcnique, 23 Association of Industrial Design Students, President, 4, A.P.O.. l, 25 Glee Club, I, 2, Vice-President, 3, Philoso- phy Club, 3, President, 3, 4. RONALD DEWITT MAHAN, Daytona Beach, Florida: Industrial Engineering: Alpha Pi Mu, 3, 4, American Institute Of Industrial Engineers, 4. ANTHONY G. MALOOF, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management: Management Club, 3, 4g Newman Club, l. 2. 3. 4, Debating Society, 45 Scabbard and Blade? Major, Air Force R.O.T.C., Republic Aviation Award. O ELMORE TI-IRASH MANN, JR., Gay, Georgia, Indus- trial Management. EUGENE ALFORD MANN, Sylvester, Georgia, Civil En- gineeringg Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Chi Epsilon, Treasurer, 45 American Society of Civil Engineersg Deans List, 3. JOHN WESLEY MARBUT, JR., Macon, Georgia? Indus' trial Management, Phi Delta Theta. 0 EVERETI' STANTON MARCUM, De1barraa,,WfSfV1F' gifliag Civil Engineering, Cooperative Plan, P1 Tau' Chl, 3, Treasurer, 4, Baptist Student Union, 2, 3, Pfesldem' 4g American Society of Civil Engineers. HAROLD EDWARD MARCUS, JR., Atlanta, Georgl? Igf dustrial Managementg Phi Epsilon Pi, Secretary, yn' Management Club, 3, 4, Triangle Club, 3: 43 Capw' Air Force R.O.T.C. .- d . 'JOHN DBNNY MARGESON, Atlanta,.GC0fg'a'.n:nil:,2 trial Engineering, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, SWI Team. 446 'llheri 0 GEORGE ginteringg liters, 3, 45 Ilir Society, 5 llfmentg ?ff5ltlEl1I, 3, lublicationg uviries ltmbl in' liflilenr lfqwf Class: llllversities, Urmiwx Brllafifma l,,WflRREN . ,nm J' MNQSCO ,g Qu ' I! 4 v. SENICDR CLASS of 1956 0 GEORGE EDWARD MARKWALTER, JR., Macon, Georgia, Mechanical En- gineering, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, American Society of Mechanical Engi- neers, 3, 4, Newman Club, I, 2, 3, 4, Air Force Drill Team, I, 2, Arnold Air Society, 3, 4, Captain, Air Force R.O.T.C. SLATER EUGENE INIARSHALL, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Man- agement, Sigma Chi, Secretary, 2, Koseme, 3, 4, Pi Delta Epsilon, 2, President, 3, 4, Snident Council, 3, Snident Trial Board, 3, 4, Technique. Summer Editor, 3, Yellow jacket, 1, 2, Managing Editor, 3, Editor, 2, Eublications Board, 2, 3, 4, A.P.O., 1, 2, Treasurer, 3, Secretary, 4, Ac- tivities Council, 1, 2, 3, 4, St. Pat's Council, 3, 4, W.S.F., 2, 3, 41 Ramblin' Reck Club, 2, 3, President, 4, Newman Club, 1, 2, 3. 4, Man- agement Club, 2, 3, 4, Lt. Colonel, Air Force R.O.T.C., Vice-President, Senior Class, Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. l CARL BERNARD MARTIN, Hendersonville, North Carolina, Civil En' Rlflefflngi American Society of Civil Engineers. . FRANK BEAMON MARTIN, JR., Augusta, Georgia, Industrial Engineer- mgi Slgma Chi, Secretary, 3, President, 4, Blue Print, 2, Glee Club, 2, 3: Bulldog Club, 2. A FRANK POWELL MARTIN, Jacksonville, Florida, Physics:.Pi KHPP3 lPhH. President, 3, 4, Interfraternity Council, I, 2, 3, 4: PIWSICS Club' ' HAL CURTIS MARTIN, Atlanta, Georgia, Electrical Engineering. A WARREN DAVID MARTIN, Atlanta, Georgia, Electrical Engineering: mencan Institute of Electrical Engineers, 3. 4. . FRANCISCO RENE MARTINEZ, Cienfuegos, Cuba, Electrical Engineer' XS, American Institute of Electrical Engineers, Newman Club, Pan menmn Club. a J -"'.f-.se " A 'K f .ig 4 I BOB LITTLE Wing Commander, Air Force R.O.T.C. Omicron Delta Kappa, Tau Beta Pi WHO'5 WHO 0 JAMES EDWARD MAY, Manhasset, New York, Aeronautical Engineer- ing, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Gamma Tau, Institute of Aeronautical Sciences 5, Vice-President, 4. ROBERT M. MCALISTER, Atlanta, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering Sigma Nu, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 4, Bulldog Clubz 2, 3, 4. EUGENE DALE MCCALLA, Atlanta, Georgia, Electrical Engineerin- Lambda Chi Alpha, Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, Briaerean Society. Rada Club, Activities Council, Cross Country. ' GEORGE ROBERT MCCAVLEY, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Manage. ment, Baseball, Football. CHARLES RICHARD MCCRANIE, Adel, Georgia, Architecture, Theta Xi, Secretary, 3. 0 WILLIAM DELINGER MCCURRY, Tallahassee, Florida, Civil Engineer- ing, Chi Epsilon, American Society of Civil Engineers. WILLIAM BRYANT MCDANIEL, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Manage. ment, Phi Delta Theta, Management Club. RUSSELL BERT MCDONOUGH, JR., Hot Springs, Arkansas, Industrial Engineering, Kappa Sigma, Phi Eta Sigma, Student Council, 4, Student Trial Board, 4, Fraternity Honor Board, 4, Technique, 2, 3, Editor, 4, Publications Board, 4, Ramblin' Reck Club, 4, Alpha Phalanx, 3, Ensign, Navy R.O.T.C., Athletic Board, 4, Who's Who Among Students in Amer. ican Colleges and Universities. pc-... JOHN CALDWELL MCFARLAND, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Manage- ment, Pi Kappa Alpha, A.P.O., Management Club, Society for the Ad- vancement of Management, Cross Country, 1, Track, 1. . PAT FRANKLIN MCGARITY, Monroe, Georgia, Industrial Management, Kappa Sigma, Engineer, Management Club, Society for the Advancement of Management. SENIOR CLASS of 1956 , THEOQC Civil Engm Don D nautiwl En 3, 4. J. Wang Chemical E P1-gsllllellts 43 o LARRY Engineering ,wi Institut' GERBERT Engineering, 43 Institute I 3, 4. DONALD zlusrrial Man llanagemfnfi IJAMES MI trial Manager lies Council, irtion, l, 2, 5 JOHN H01 Sigma Pi Sig President, 4, . HOWARD l Architecture, President, 3, r 'JERRY WA ill?-nrral Engin 'ml Of Mecha York! Int 45 Man: Club, 4. Eflslneerii 1 Teljbniql Engiuffrir 4: A.l Club, 2 s,. via, qglgineering. ery! Rgdig Industrial Mana It- Architecture. I tit, idas Civil En gintti. Industrial lvianag, Arkanfasi Industrial Council, 4, Sum, Fuel 2: 3, Ediwl, -l, Phalanx, 3i Ensign, .g Students in Amer. , Industrial Nlanagf. Society for the Ad- 1. lustrial Management, for the Advancement g TI-IEODORE S. MCKENZIE, JR., Savannah, Georgia: Civil Engineering. DON DEE MCKINNEY, Memphis, Tennessee, Aero- nautical Engineering, Institute of Aeronautical Sciences, 5,4. WADE HAMPTON MCKOY Columbus Geor ia- . 7 3 g 9 Chgmical Engineering, American Chemical Society, 3, President, 4, American Institute of Chemical Engineers, 4. 0 LARRY DELANO IVICNAIR, Macon, Georgia, Chemical Engineering, American Chemical Society, 2, 3, 4, Amer- ican Institute of Chemical Engineers, 2, 3, 4. GERBERT EARL MCQUAIG, Darien, Georgia, Electrical Engineering, American Institute of Electrical Engineers, 4, Institute of Radio Engineers, 4, Wesley Foundation, 3, 4. DONALD RAYMOND MEADERS, Atlanta, Georgia, In- dustrial Management, Society for the Advancement of Management, 4, Management Club. o JAMES MARSTON MEEKS, Savannah, Georgia, Indus- trial Management, Pi Tau Chi, 4, President, 3, Activi- ties Council, 3, 4, Radio Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Wesley Foun- dation, 1, 2, 3, 4. JOHN HOLDER MEEKS, Greensboro, Georgia, Physics, Sigma Pi Sigma, Treasurer, 4, Drama Tech, 3, Vice- President, 4, Physics Club, 3, 4. HOWARD IVY IVIELTON, JR., Greenville, Mississippi, Architecture, Kappa Alpha, Architecture Society, Vice- President, 3, 4, Baptist Student Union, 1, 2, 3, 4. 0 JERRY WALKER MERRELL, Roopville, Georgia, Me- chanical Engineering, Pi Tau Sigma, 3, 4, American So- ciety of Mechanical Engineers, 4. MICHAEL IVICMILLAN MEYERS, Hopewell Junction, New York, Industrial Management, E. A. M., 4, Camera Club, 4, Management Club, 4, Radio Club, 1, 2, 3, 45 Vets Club, 4. -BARBARA DIANE MICHEL, Houston, Texas, Indus- trial Engineering, Alpha Xi Delta, President, 3, Secre- mv. 44 Alpha Pi Mu, 4, Pi Delta Epsilon, 3, 4, A.I.I.E., 5- 4i Technique, Secretary, 1, 2, 3, 4, Drama Tech, 2, Treasurer, 3, C trial Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Alpha P',Mu. 4, A.I.I.E., 3, 4, s.A.M., 4, Band, I, 2, 3i Tflaflgle Club, 3, 4, Ensign, Navy R.O.T.C. -ALLEN WILLIAM IVLILLER, McBean, Georgia, Indus- SQOTI' STEWART MILLER, jacksonville, Florida, In- dustrial Engineering, Alpha Tau Omega, Briaerean SO- CWW1 A-I-I-E-, 3, 4, Lieutenant, Army R.O.T.C. I. WENDELL RITCI-IIE IVIILLER, Salisbury, North Caro- ma: Industrial Management, Lambda Chi Alpha: Cam- era Club, 2, 3, 4, Lutheran Students Association, 4, Sec- retary, 1, Vice-President, 2, Treasurer, 3, Air Force R.O.T.C. Rille Team, 3, 4, Captain, Air Force R.O.T.C. 449 -Qi 3 QQIX "W , X N 2 ,A ti tr .la l . l if-K yi in Y, 'J ' e v ,- ff , 40""N. SLATER MARSHALL Editor, Yellow Jacket, Koseme President, Ramblin' Reck Club WHO'S WHO 0 JOHN WARREN MIXON, Augusta, Georgia, Civil Engineering, Coop- erative Plan, Theta Chi, A.S.C.E., 3, 4, S.A.M.E., Treasurer, 3, 4, 2nd Lieutenant, Army R.O.T.C. GRAHAM DEVON MONROE, JR., Coral Gables, Florida, Ceramic En- gineering, Beta Theta Pi, Vice-President, 3, Keramos, 2, 4, Treasurer, 3, American Ceramic Society, 2, 3, Treasurer, 4, Scabbard and Blade, 3, 4, Arnold Air Society, 3, 4, Captain, Air Force R.O.T.C. RQBERT LYLE MOODY, Barre, Vermont, Civil Engineering, American Society of Civil Engi06CfS, 2, 5, 4- WEYMAN CANNON MOON, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management- Industrial Management Society, 3, 4, S.A.M., 4, Management Club 4: Scabbafd and Blade, 3, 4, lst Lieutenant, Army R.O.T.C. ' ' BEN LEROY MOORE, Butler, Georgia, Industrial Management, 0 EDWARD ADAIR MOORE, Greensboro, Georgia, Cooperative Plan, In. dependent Students' Organization, Co-op Club, 3, 4. I I-IIRAM EUGENE MOORE, Athens, Georgia, Industrial Engineering. JAMES GARNER MOORE, Memphis, Tennessee, Cooperative Plan, Kappa Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Eta Sigma, Vice-President, 1, Briarean Society, President, 4, Alpha Pi Mu, 4, Engineer, 2, 3, C0.0p Club, 3, Treasurer, 4. ROBERT CURTIS MOORE, Chicupsa, Georgia, Textile Engineering, Co- operative Plan, Independent Students' Organization, Delta Kappa Phi, 3, 4, American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists, 4. JAMES HARRIS MOORMAN, JR., Thomasville, Georgia, Industrial Ea- gineering. SENIOR CLASS Ol 1956 ,, W ,-,,1-WWXZ3 o RICHARI ativc goziigociet dub, 2, 39 GEORGE Marmgemen JIMMY ll dugrrial MH' president, 3' min, Footba American C' o PHILIP I fhanical E01 1,23 EWW Club, lr 2' S RAYMONI gin, Mechani Chi Alpha, . Foundation, 1 HENRY L Aeronautical ences, 3, 4, C I GWINN E1 Engineering, FRED THC Engineering, l 5,45 A.l.I.E., MILTON R lllnagemenr, ii Weslt lLO.T.C IES DUD llflagem Qeillem Q list, 4. DM N 1 IN . 'ngllleen JMAS FR iutital E, -nl.. f I Ilanag, N ALVA anagemel 'r All' F0 ltlllsgrial u 5, 4 sry 1 , erin - gx American tial Mana sement filling? rgement, nerative Plan- In , . 1 Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Ra, Vice-President, meer, 2, 3, C0-op 5 Engineering, Co- elta Kappa Phi, 3, irists, 4. 'gia, Industrial lin- I . RICHARD MORAN, Canton, Qhio, Civil Engineering, Cooperative Plan, American. Society of Civil Engineers, 3 4, Society of American Military Engineers, 3, 4, Co-op Club, 2, 3, Secretary, 4. GEQRGE W. MORRIS, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management. JIMMY MARTIN MORRIS, Vicksburg, Mississippi, In- dustrial Management, Ramblin' Reck Club, 4, T Club. President, 3, 4, Football, 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball, l, Cap- tain, Football Team, Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. o PHILIP EDWARD MORRIS, Statesboro, Georgia, Me- chanical Engineering, Alpha Tau Omega, Blue Print, 1, 2, Engineer, 2, A.S.M.E., 4, Camera Club, l, Flying Club, l, 2, Secretary, 3, President, 4, Presidents' Club, 4. RAYMOND MALLIE MORRISON, JR., Trenton, Geor- gia, Mechanical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Lambda Chi Alpha, A.S.M.E., 4, Toastmasters Club, 4, Wesley Foundation, l, 2, 3, 4, Second Lieutenant, Army R.O.T.C. HENRY L. MORROW, Huntersville, North Carolina, Aeronautical Engineering, Institute of Aeronautical Sci- ences, 3, 4, Camera Club, 4. 0 GWINN EDWARD Moss, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Engineering, Cooperative Plan. FRED THOMAS MOTE, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Engineering, Phi Kappa Phi, Tau Beta Pi, Alpha Pi Mu, 3, 4, A.I.I.E., 4, S.A.M., Dean's List, 4. MILTON R. MOTT, Memphis, Tennessee, Industrial Management, Sigma Nu, Bulldog Club, 4, Co-op Club, 3, 3, 4, Wesley Foundation, 1, 2, 3, 4, First Lieutenant, Army R.O.T.C. .JAMES DUNAWAY MOYE, Davisboro, Georgi, Indus- rrral Management, Industrial Management Society, 3, 4, Management Club, 3, 4, Wesley Foundation, 2, 3, 43 Dean's List, 4. ,JOHN IVIURCI-IISON, Florence, South Carolina, Elec- mul Engineering, Delta Tau Delta, Eta Kappa Nu. THOMAS FRANCIS MURRAY, New York, New York, Aeronautical Engineering, Flying Club, 3, 4. ' KENNETH EDWARD IVIYATT, Paducah, Kentucky, In- dustrial Management, ,JOHN ALVA MYRES, Winchester, Tennessee, Indus- Eal Management, Alpha Tau Omega, Buiiuog Club, 4, Pmm, Arr Force R.O.T.C. li I-WIS STEVEN NATI-IANsoN, Charlotte, North Caro- CT3,3,l2dgfI2.al Management, Kappa Sigma? Newman ,3 vig I H' ,Q is M, 7 i ,1,,f,..T...,., ., ami-.. ,,, gif Q l I ,eil f1...,..,x,.x.a SENIGR CLASS of 1956 O CHARLES A. NAVIA, SR., New York, New York, Industrial Manage- ment, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Management Club, 3, 4, Newman Club, 2, 3, 4, Camera Club, 3, 4, Basketball, 1, Major, Air Force R.O.T.C. CHARLES BOZEMAN NEAL, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Architecture, Alpha Tau Omega. RUSS MCDONOUGH Editor, Technique Student Council, Phi Eta 'Sigma WHO'S WHO JOHN ALAN NEAL, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Engineering, Beta Theta Pi, Secretary, 2, Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Pi Mu, 3, 4, A.I.I.E., 3, 4, Scabbard and Blade, 3, 4, Lieutenant, Navy R.O.T.C., Dean's List, 3, 4. JOHN GARTRELL NEVITT, Atlanta, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering? Tau Beta Pi, Treasurer, 4, Pi Tau Sigma, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 4. WALTER LANDRUM NEW, Savannah, Georgia, Industrial .Engineerir18: Alpha Tau Omega, American Institute of Industrial Engineers, 3, 43 Geechee Club, 3, 4. 0 BENJAMIN HOWELL NEWBERRY, Perry, Georgia, Mechanical Engi- neerhngi CoOPerative Plan, AlPha Tau Omega: AIT1ff1'iC21f1 S0C1efY of Me' chanical Engineers, 4, Co-op Club, 3, Treasurer, 4. A MCRAY NEWSOM, Harrisburg, Arkansas, Chi Epsilon, American S0- ciety of Civil Engineers, 3, 4. HOWARD ELLIS NEWTON, Thomaston, Georgia, Industrial Manage' mem? Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Management Club, 3, 4. MARTIN TI-IO.MAS NICANDER, Trumansburg, New York? Industrial Management: Phi Gamma Delta, Technique, 1. WILLIAM Aucusrus NIPPER, Hawkinsville, Georgia-S Indugtfigi Management: Kappa Alpha, Management Club, 45 Triangle Club, ' ' Air Force R.O.T.C. Drill Team. ARLISS HEN4 lngineering, De feng 4, Institute frpmin, Air Fon JOSEPH NOCE Pilizppa Phi, N' Donato ART1 hnical Engineer' lice-President, 4, 5, Pi Tau S SFI, 5, C1 WY ounda' lflrls List, 3, iii? flonnr Q N Smiling? Kap luomegar 2, Vlf ,MOS Ouva. imfffintp Phi diffs 4: SA. icoundl, mlb' 2' 51 IIYDREW ima Went izll 3,351 Whog t and mm-13 W sf ef? f li0ib,0S, tl Engineering, Beu , 3, 4, A.I.I.E., ill I., Dean's List, 3.4 'hanical Engineeringi iociety of Mechamttl lustrial Eflglnwlnlf 31 Engineeri A 4' t- Mechanical lfnll' 'ican Sociefl' of Me' . . icall 50' i1lOUv Amer . . rt' Industrial Mann A 1 - IntlU5'f'l W York, '-l I I Indusifliir -eofgia, 3, 4, gangle Club, '56 SENICDRS 0 ARLISS HENCLEY NIX, Selma, Alabama, Electrical Engineering, Delta Sigma Phi, Secretary, 3, Vice-Presi- dent, 4, Instinrte of Radio Engineers, 2, 3, Secretary, 4, Captain, Air Force R.O.T.C. JOSEPH NOCELLA, Elmont, New York, Architecture, Pi Kappa Phi, Newman Club, 3, 4. DONALD ARTHUR NORDAL, Beloit, Wisconsin, Me- chanical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Phi Kappa Tau, Vice-President, 4, President, 5, Briaerean Society, Secre- tary, 5, Pi Tau Sigma, 3, 4, 5, A.S.M.E., 4, 5, Bulldog Club, 3, 4, 5, Co-op Club, 3, 4, 5, Triangle Club, 5, Wesley Foundation, 2, 3, 4, 5, Captain, Army R.O.T.C., Dean's List, 3, 4, 5. 0 IQOBEET C. NYGAARD, Atlanta, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering, Kappa Kappa Psi, 2, 3, President, 4, Alpha Phi Omega, 2, Vice-President, 3, Band, 1, 2, 3, 4. CARLOS OLIVARES, Monterrey, Mexico, Industrial Englfleering, Phi Kappa Tau, I.F.C., 4, A.I.I.E., 2, 5, Secretary, 4, S.A.M., 2, 3, 4, St. Pat's Council, 4, Activi- ties Council, Treasurer, 4, Philosophy Club, 4, Newman Club, 2, 3, 4, ANDREW GORDON OLIVER, Jonesboro, Georgia, In- 1ll1Str1al Management, Delta Tau Delta, Treasurer, 53 lboseme, Vice-President, 3, Pi Delta Epsilon, 4, President, 51- Student Council, 3, Student Trial Board, 5, 4, Tech- tltqne, 1, 4, News Editor, 2, Editor, 3, Publications gimfd: 52 Band, I, 2, Swimming, 1, Scabbard and Elder 33 Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. '. CHARLES WALLACE O'REAR, JR., Commerce, Geor- gla- Textile Engineering, Beta Theta Pi. Enlfx-MES F. OSBOURNE, Savannah, Georgia, Industrial 3 iineerlngl American Institute of Industrial Engineers, G , Society for the Advancement of Management, J, 4, eechee Club, 3, 4, du0t1vrLLE .VERDERY OTWELL, Augusta, Georgia, Ign- Estllal Englfleerirlgg American Institute of Industrial ngmeefsi 3, 4, Society for the Advancement of Manage- ment, 3, 4. 453 Captain, Fooiball Team Y " 3.45-A 'in -A-3 , JIMMY MORRIS 1 Presidenf, T Club WHO'S WHO S 6..- X X- 1 Y U g :LL ,Al UN M Lafigfgxflle WALTER Architecnlfev Ronsnf 4 llgfkety 1 WPat'S COD' R.o.r.c LYN Bi my Engmee RY PAS Engin SENIOR CLASS of 1956 0 JAMES ROBERT OVERBY, Newnan, Georgia, Textile Engineering Delta Kappa Phi, 3, Treasurer, 4. JAMES DARWOOD OVERSTREET, JR., Miami, Florida, Mechanical En- gineering, Sigma Nu, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 3, 4 St. Pat's Council, 4, Major, Army R.O.T.C. GORDON OLIVER Editor, Technique, Koseme President, Pi Delta Epsilon WHO'S WHO 7 JAMES FRANKLIN OVERSTREET, Douglas, Georgia, Electrical Engi- neering. I MALCOLM PATRICK OWENS, Seville, Florida, Mechanical Engineer- IUSL Pi Tau Sigma, 3, 4, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2, 4. EDDIE COBB OXFORD, Moultrie, Georgia, Textile Engineering, Kappa Sigma, Bulldog Club, 4, Dean's List, 3. 0 PAUL RANDALL OZMER, Atlanta, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering! Phi Delta Theta, Yellow jacket, 1, 2, A.S.M.E., 4, Scabbard and Blade, 3, 4, Arnold Air Society, 3, 4, Major, Air Force R.O.T.C. RICARDO PACHECO, Caracas, Venezuela, Architecture. AEUGENE HARWELL PALMER, JR., Sr. Simons Island, Georgia, I1jdUS- V121 Engineering, Phi Kappa Phi, President, 4, Tau Beta Pi! Phi Eta Slgmfil Alpha Pi Mu, 3, 4, A.1.1.E., 3, President, 4, Giee Club, ,1, 2, 3: Who s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Univ6rS1f1C5- H PETER FRANK PANTALEO, Beloit, Wisconsin, Mechanical Engifleef' fngq Cooperative Plan, Pi Tau Sigma, 3, 4, American Society of Mechan' ical EUEIUCUS, 3, 4, Dean's List, 3, 4. RALPH PHILHT PARDUE, Commerce, Georgia, Architecture: MPM Tau Omega, Architecture Society, 3, 4, Engineer, 3, Art Editor, 4- ,Thi ,W ILLIAM Vi Engine of Aer Society, 43 Lt. Coloni :HERBERT Dc llefhanical Eng Sxiery of Mec. l0.T.C. Lfo STANTO, Engineering, Sigi biustrial Engin, llinagement. WRALPITI JOHN bil Engineering iffi. 3, 4. 'Jmin' LEE pp 'J -lim PRESTOD iillllferingg CO0 M5 Chi Epsil ii Pershim "mf Afms' RR A livin,- .iilillifi :IM 7 .W 0 mn. Air 'TROY , . ELL ,W is TE iinfiiymmflfal ,- ALA . L - Ck mms: WI, 5- fiollfisti, n Quant' i,,,,,. it QESROBE R Klnefrinu rrgiag Electrical Engl Mechanical Engineer- Inical Engineers, 2. 'l 5 Engineering: Kapil :h ical Engineering' sifbbafd and W" ,O.T.C. ture. -. JI' and, Geofgmpriii ilu . l u Beta Plv Z aGlee Clubul' Y nd Universrrifif fer fiechanlcal fliliilieiililfl' 1 Sgfjlety 0 . l ll Architecturelirl P Art EdlI0fI o ARUN MANILAL PARIKH, Ahmedabad, Bombay, In. dia. Textile Engineering, Delta Kappa Phi. WALTER JOHN PARKS, III, Jacksonville, Florida, Architecture, Delta Tau Delta, Auto Club, 2, 5. ROBERT CURETON PARROTT, Newport, Tennessee, Architecture, Theta Chi, Secretary, 3, President, 4, Yej. jow jacket, I, American Institute of Architects, 2, 3, 43 St. Pat's Council, 5, 4, Scabbard and Blade, Captain, Air Force R.O.T.C. 0 ALLYN BEAL PARTRIDGE, Atlanta, Georgia, Elec- trical Engineering, Phi Sigma Kappa, Eta Kappa Nu, A.I.E.E., I.R.E. HARRY PASSMORE, III, Birmingham, Alabama, Aero- nautical Engineering, Pi Kappa Alpha, Secretary, 2, Treasurer, 3, Bulldog Club. WILLIAM WHEELER PATTON, Macon, Georgia, Aero- nautical Engineering, Kappa Alpha, Sigma Gamma Tau, Institute of Aeronautical Sciences, Swimming, I, Arnold Air Society, 4, Distinguished Air Force R.O.T.C. Stu- dent, Lt. Colonel, Air Force R.O.T.C. 0 HERBERT DONALD PAUL, McKeesport, Pennsylvania, Mechanical Engineering, Tau Epsilon Phi, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Captain, Air Force R.O.T.C. LEO STANTON PAYNE, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Engineering, Sigma Nu, Engineer: American Institute of Industrial Engineers, Society for the Advancement of Management. VRALPPI joHN PEDERSON, Holton, Michigan, Indus- trial Engrneerrng, American Institute of Electrical Engi- neers, 3, 4. I0 JIMMY LEE PEED, Marietta, Georgia, Civil Engineer- Ing. Q JACKHPRESTON PERRYMAN, Atlanta, Georgia, Civil lnfllneeflngg Cooperative Plan, Sigma Chi, Vice-Presi- dem, 45 chi Epsilon, A.s.c.E., 3, 4, s.A.M.E., 3, Presi- denf- 43 Pershing Rifles, 1, 2, Vice-President, 3, Lt. C0lonel, Army R.O.T.C. W ANIIEEW BLINYAN PERVIS, JR., Atlanta, Georgia: - Cfhanical Engineering, Sigma Chi, Pi Delta Epsilon, TWb""l"f'- l, 2, 3, Business Manager, 4, American So- Uell' Qf Mechanical Engineers. Freshman Cross Country, CQPFHIII, Air Force R.O.T.C. 9 , . El TRQI ELLIS PFANNKUCHE, Thomaston, Georgia, .ecmcal Englneeflflgg Cooperative Plan, American ln- gntlff of Electrical Engineers, 2, 3, 4, Institute of Radio Hglneers, 4, Pershing Rifies, 1. Eng:-I-IE MACK PHILLIPS, Glennville, Georgia, Textile Presidiiflnili Cooperative Plain, I.S.O., 2, -3, 4, Vice- and Colggi Igmerrcan Association of Textile Chemists Lieuten rists, -, 9, Treasurer, 4, Bulldog Club, 2, 9, 4: HUF, Army R.O.T.C. MCEIRLECERORERT PINCUS, Brooklyn, New York, Elec- Uf El ngmeefmgl Tau Epsilon Phi, American Institute nemefiulcal Engineers, 3, 4, Institute of Radio Engi- ! - 455 1 2 . r 13" T A L4 i 3 1 I l 4-, ide: I KHPW ns' 5 FRPJJE SS of 1956 JAMES JULES PLAISANCE, Biloxi, Mississippi, Electrical Engineering, Kappa Kappa Psi, 3, 4, Eta Kappa Nu, American Institute of Electrical Engineers, 2, 3, Secretary, 4, Newman Club, 2, Band, 2, 3, 4- JOHN JEFFERSON PORTER, Atlanta, Georgia, Chemical Engineering: Cooperative Plan, Chi Psi. ROBERT EDWARD POUPARD, Americus, Georgia, Electrical EHEIUQU' ing, Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, 3, 4, American Institute of Electrical Engineers, 3, 4, Institute of Radio Engineers, 3, 4. 0 ROBERT S. PRANN, JR., Santurce, Puerto Rico, Civil Engineering? S.A.M.E., 3, 4, American Society of Civil Engineers, 3, 4, Pan Amer1CHH Club, 3, 4, Alpha Phalanx, 1, Lieutenant, Army R.O.T.C. DAVTD PRECHT, Savannah, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering! Ameri- can Society of Mechanical Engineers, Drama Tech, Geechee Club. FRANKLIN PIERCE PROSSER, Atlanta, Georgia, Chemistry, Delta .Tau Delta, Phi Eta Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Lambda Upsxlon, 3, Vice-President, 4, American Chemical Society, 2, 3, 43 B3Pf15t Student Union, Gym Team, I, 2, 3. JAMES ERNEST PRUITT. JR., Anderson, South Carolina, Mechanical Engineering, Sigma Phi Epsilon, President, 3, Koseme, Secretary. 3- ANAK, Treasurer, 4, Pi Delta Epsilon, 3, 4, Pi Tau Sigma, 3, President, 42 Blue Print, I, 2, 3, Engineer, 2, Fraternity Honor Board, 3, A.S.M.E-- 2, 43 Circle K Club. 2, 3, Who's Who Among Students in AmC1'1C3f1 Colleges and Universities. 1 5'IlgBERT LAMAR PUCKETT, Atlanta, Georgia, Architecture, Gym, l SAMUE 'al Eng NU lllllllrl il Enginl llrmor .atrial I 5 4. limrg LIETEJ Q MMS A Club, JILLIAM ,mfs M ,Em L llmg , E Wm LE 4 fgllnio .NTON mlhpsh Q , frm ig Aff 5 Electrical Engineering, Institute of Elecuitil Id, 2, 3, 4- Ihemical Engineerinli L- Electrical Englnifl' D . l Institute of Eletmti 0- civii Ensinfefilj ' C.. s, 3, 43 Pan Amen .O.T.C. l Engineeringibflmm 5 Geechee Clu ' Tal ChemiSffY5 Diltgiloii. , Phi Lagnbiit Smirii I, 3, 43 AP I . vlechinul, Carolglaggcretarj, .It- Kosim ' 3PreS'flfl' ,U Sigmai fl A,5,iI.E.. lor Boafd' -3, Arrlerifll Students In . Glm hitettuffr 0 KENNETH RODMAN PURDY, West Palm Beach, Flor- ida' Mechanical Engineering, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Phi Kabpa Phi, Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma, A.S.M.E., Dean's List, 3: 4' RIQHARD EDWARD RABE, Atlanta, Georgia, Phi Kappa Tau, Vice-President, 3, Flying Club, l, 2, Radio Club, 1, 2, Captain, Air Force R.O.T.C. CECIL LEE RAI-IN, Richmond Hill, Georgia, Indus- trial Management, Industrial Management Society. 0 FLOYD DEAN RAINEY, JR., Greenville, South Caro- lina, Civil Engineering, Kappa Alpha, American Society of Civil Engineers, 5, 4, Triangle Club, 3, 4. FREDERICK ALEXANDER RAITCH, Atlanta, Georgia, Aeronautical Engineering, Glee Club, 1, 2, Dean's List, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM P. REA, JR., Chamblee, Georgia, Electrical Engineering, Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi. o SAMUEL LOWNDES READY, JR., Miami, Florida, Elec- Irical Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Eta Sigma, Eta Kappa Nu, 3, 4, I.R.E., 3, 4, Glee Club, 3, 4. XVILLIAM ROBERT REED, Atlanta, Georgia, Indus- trial Engineering. RANDOLPH WILSON REEVES, Clarkesville, Georgia, lntlustrial Management, Beta Theta Pi, Management Club, 3, 4, First Lieutenant, Army R.G.T.C. ..l7ENTRESS RHODES, JR., jackson, Mississippi, Indus- trial Management, Pi Kappa Phi, Industrial Management Society, 3, 4, 'PATRICK HUGH RICE, III, Augusta, Georgia, Indus- trial Management, Chi Phi, Bulldog Club, 2, 5, New- man Club, 2, 4, XVILLIAM F. RICE, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Man- agement, Management Club. JIFOGER LEE RICH, JR., Swainsboro, Georgia, Indus- na Management, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Management Club, DAVID LEE RICHARDS N olle e Park Georriag I uurri O ' C g ' 5 9' na Management, Management Club, 5, 4, Baptlst fztllcililaiunion, 1, 2, 5, 4, Lieutenant Colonel, Air Fo NHELIENTON 'QUACKENBUSH RICHMOND, II, Jaffre dem ,anlfpshlfei Industrial Management, Chi Psi, Presi ' 3' feasufef, 3, lnterfraternity Council, 3. 457 - X . .....-W ,.,,.,..f, I r V J' 'r V ,lf f Xu l aa -Napa 'lx 5 , ,ur K V 4-71' o ROBERT STEADMAN RILEY, Augusta, Georgia, Civil Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Delta Tau Delta, Chi Epsilon, 3, 4, A.S.C.E., 3, 4, S.A.M.E., 2, 3, 45 Second Lieutenant, Army R.O.T.C. MARINO C. RIVERA, Cali'Valle, Colombia, South America, Mechanical Engineering, American Society of Mechanican Engineers. DONALD ANTHONY ROBERTS, Decatur, Georgia, In. dustrial Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Lambda Chi Alpha. o GEORGE THOMAS ROBERTS, Decatur, Georgia, Elec. trical Engineering. ROBERT RAYMOND ROBERTS, Willacoochee, Georgia, Civil Engineering, Phi Sigma Kappa, American Society of Civil Engineers, 3, 4, Society of American Military Engineers, 2, 3, 4. ROY AUSTIN ROBERTS, Tunnel Hill, Georgia, Civil Engineering, Cooperative Plan, A.S.C.E., 3, 4, S.A.M.E., 3, 4, Co-op Club, 3, 4, B.S.U., 2, 3, 4, First Lieutenant, Army R.O.T.C. 0 GLOVER HOOD ROBINSON, Lindale, Georgia, Mechan- ical Engineering, Delta Tau Delta, Pi Tau Sigma, A.S.M.E., Triangle Club, Wesley Foundation. RONALD ELMORE ROBINSON, Vicksburg, Mississippi, Industrial Engineering. JOSE JOAQUIN RODRIGUEZ, San Jose, Costa Rica, Civil Engineering, Chi Epsilon, 4, American Society of Civil Engineers, 3, 4. 0 WILLIAM BERNARD ROGERS, Morrow, Georgia, Phys- ics, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Pi Sigma, Physics Club. JOE OLSEN Ross, Birmingham, Alabama, Mechanical Engineering, Kappa Kappa Psi, 3, Treasurer, 4, Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, Debate Team, 1, 2, 4, R.O.T.C. Rifle Team, l, 2, 3, 4, Lieutenant, Navy R.O.T.C. ' RICHARD GERALD ROSSELOT, Birmingham, MlChl- gan, Chemical Engineering, Beta Theta Pi, OmiCrOI1 Delta Kappa, Vice-President, Phi Kappa Phi, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Eta Sigma, President, 2, Phi Lambda Upsilon, 3, Treasurer. 4, Student Council, Secretary, 4, A.I.Ch.E., 3, 4, Circle K Club, I, 2, Scabbard and Blade, 3, 43 Navv Student Council, 2, Secretary 3, Dean's List, 2, 3, 45 Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. 0 JOHN WESCOTT ROURK, JR., Orlando, Floridaa IH' Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Treasurer, Industrial Mana ement SOCICIYI dustrial Management, 4, Phi Kappa Phi, g f A.P.O., Management Club, Ramblin' Reck Club, NSW' and Blade' RO.T.C. Rifle Team? man Club, Scabbard , . Lieutenant Cj.g.D, Navy R.O.T.C., Dean's List, 2, 3, 4' FRED EUGENE ROWDEN, JR., Atlanta, Geprgial 19' dustrial Engineering, Cooperative Plan, American Insti- tute of Industrial Engineers. RUDY ANDREW RUBESCH, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Aeronautical Engineering, Delta Sigma Phi, Vice-PIESI' dent, 4, Institute of Aeronautical Sciences, 3, 45 Bull Og Club, 2, 3, 4, Newman Club, l. 458 .1 R' TH 'MARION erir f 1Er1B'f'e ini 44 I-RE" ROBERT L a Sigma Gamrilmai 2 5, 49 New BANCISIG' I , Epsl OH, iigillulldog, Cl' I' 5 3, 42 Wm CARY HIXQN mg. Cooperative Yvphalanjl, l, 2s WALTER H. 5 ml: Ameflfafl In Engineers, 9, 4- aHU6H MOUIL. lrtineering, lnstii ygmry, 2, Presic OLIVER HIGGEF Ing Sigma Chi! I Club, 4, Football D J. ALAN SALZM President, 55 Phi K lfllou' Iarfel. -li -, l. l Q R1 lf ' llgusta, G , Delta Taueogfflillliirg LM. V E., 2, 3, 4, 3,313 Alles Cblombia Arne ' I 501115 Q flcall Li De Cam I ' . 'e Plans! Decatur, Georgia, EI, Willacoochee, Gem IPPQS American ' Of American lllilimi 'el Hill, Georgia: Citi L.S.C.E., 5, 4, sairr, , 3, 4, First Lieuterrirg ndale, Georgia, lllediin, Delta, Pi Tau Sigmi y Foundation. , Vicksburg, Mississippi San jose, Costa-Riu. 4, American Socretyif Morrow, Georglai Phli la, Physics Club. tm, Alabama? Mefmnid 3, Treasurer, 42 Bali '4, rt.o.r.c. Rare Iwi D.T.C. JT, Birmingham' lllhl Zeta 'theta Pl? fmg: thi Kappa P1112 llfon, , Phi Lambda SecretarYi 45 A' '4-'Natl rd and BiadLisii 7' 5, l, , ns v "' ,I rI,AI?rI3rican Colleges Eu - .1 ln. Orlando' Pllriiiilffl Misha Epsilonit Som ial Mflnagelrpeglubg Nlf burr' Ref -H, rail LII1 ICQ R'O'T'pL1gi 2,51 ic., Deans ' . , ln- ,Rl Atlanta, Egycgalnsil ,Vg Pl?-Ui Am Milwauklfg Vice-W I s El Sbiendfs 3' 0 MARIQN THOMAS RUPLE, JR., Orangeburg, South Carolina, Elec- 'CalEngi1'IC6IlIIg, Theta Chr, President, 4, Student Council, 4, A,I,E,E, glg 4, I'R,E,, 2, 3, 4, Captain, Air Force R.O.T.C. i ROBERT MORRIS Russ, Albany, Georgia, Aeronautical Engineering, Sigma Gamma Tau, Secretary, 3, 4, Institute of Aeronautical Sciences, 9 5, 4, Newman Club, 2, 3, 4- FRANCIS G. RUST, Thomasville, Georgia, Chemical Engineering, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Treasurer, 2, Vice-President, 4, Interfraternity Council, 3 5, Bulldog Club, 2, 3, Sprkecl Shoe Club, I, 2, 3, President, 4, Track, ll 2, 5, 4, Lieutenant, Army R.O.T.C. CARY HIXON RUTLAND, Cuthbert, Georgia, Aeronautical Engineer- ing, Cooperative Plan, Lambda Chi Alpha, Sigma Gamma Tau, Sigma Y Phalanx, 1, 2, Secretary, 3, 4, Lieutennt, Army R.O.T.C. WALTER I-I. SAGER, New Freedom, Pennsylvania, Electrical Engineer- ing, American Institute of Electrical Engineers, 3, 4, Institute of Radio Engineers, 5, 4- 0 HUGH MOUILLAUD SAINT, New Orleans, Louisiana, Aeronautical Engineering, Institute of Aeronautical Sciences, 1, 2, 3, 4, Flying Club, I, Secretary, 2, President, 4, Second Lieutenant, Air Force R.O.T.C. OLIVER HIGGERSON SALE, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Mechanical Engineer- ing, Sigma Chi, Yellow Jacket, 1, A.S.M.E., 4, Circle K Club, 1, 2, T Club, 4, Football Manager, l, 2, 3, 4. J. ALAN SALZMAN, Atlanta, Georgia, Architecture, Alpha Epsilon Pi, President, 3, Phi Kappa Phi, Tau Beta Pi, I.F.C., 3, I.F.C. Trial Boa-rd, 3, Yellow jacket, 4, Architecture Society, 4, Hillel, 3, 4, Dean's List, 2, 3, 4. -1 ul, , l nw lluwn S M . i . 3 l I 0 If ,.,.-at-sri JACK PRUITT ANAK, Koseme President, Sigma Phi Epsilon WHO'S WHO BILLY LAURENCIS SANDERS, Titusvillc, ltloritlng lntltisrrial M.m.igc- ment, Society for the Advancement of Mrtnaucrncntg M.tn.r,ucmcnt Club, Vets Club. CARROLL ROY SANDERS, Miami, Iiloritlni Civil lirruirreeriitgg Chi Epsilon, Baptist Student Union, First Lieutenant, Army R.0,l.C SENIOR CLASS ol 1956 ASW o JOHN MICHAEL SANDFORD JR Paterson New Jef sey Mechanical Engineering ASME SAME New man Club Football Lieutenant Army ROTC BRYAN BOROUGHS SARGENT III Brookhaven Gem gia Industrial Engineering Phi Kappa Phi Tau Beta P1 Alpha P1 Mu 3 Secretary 4 AIIE 2 3 Treasurer 4 SAM 2 3 Vice President 4 Activities Council Vice President 3 HENRY GARY SATTERWHITE Atlanta Georgia- 1 - dustrial Engineering' Alpha Pi Mu. 0 PRESTON RAY SAVAGE JR. Birmingham Alabama' Textile Engineering' Cooperative Plan' Lambda Chi Alpha' Delta Kappa Phi 4- Pi Delta Epsilon 3 4- Tech. nique, 1, 2, 3, 4, A.A.T.C.C., President, 4, Activities Council, 2, 4, Camera Club, 1, 2, 3, Spiked Shoe Club, 2, 3, Vice-President, 4, Track, 1, 2, 3, Cross Country, 1, 2, 3, Captain, 4, Pershing Rifles, 1, 2, Second Lieu. tenant, Army R.O.T.C. ROBERT STUART SAYERS, Augusta, Georgia, Mechan- E , RQBEBTI 1 Enginegfltlgix gflefyi Eta I I Llfufenan ' ALD N DON ,IM I 5. . - A1 M Colonel, ,WLLIAM lug' Sigma Ni ii1sterS'Club, 9 ROBERT WISS ftiinmmgi 39 Al RAYMOND Ll f se S ical Engineering, Alpha Tau Omega, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Captain, Air Force R.O.T.C. WILLIAM ARTHUR SCHAFFER, Monticello, Georgia, Industrial Management, Beta Theta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Industrial Management Society, 3, President, 4, Debating Society, 2, Secretary, 3, President, 4, Management Club, 2, 3, 4, Scabbard and Blade, 3, 4, Navy Student Coun- cil, 4, Lieutenant, Navy R.O.T.C. 0 PETER S. SCI-IALOW, Atlanta, Georgia, Aeronautical Engineering, Phi Eta Sigma, Sigma Gamma Tau, Treas- urer, 3, President, 4, Institute of Aeronautical Sciences, 2, 3, 4, Camera Club, 2, Treasurer, 3, President, 4, Fly- ing Club, 2, Dean's List, 2. RONNY SCHMATZ, Lima, Peru, Textile Engineering, Phi Psi. JOHN ALBERT SCI-INABEL, Cocoa, Florida, Civil En- gineering, Kappa Sigma, Chi Epsilon, American Society of Civil Engineers. 0 DONALD JULIAN SCI-IOONOVER, Decatur, Georgia, Industrial Management, Phi Gamma Delta, Major, Army R.O.T.C. BUDDY ROBINSON SCHRIMSHER, Atlanta, Georgia, Electrical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Phi Kappa Phi, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Eta Sigma, Briaerean Society, Secretary, 4, Eta Kappa Nu, 3, Secretary, President, 4, Student Council, 4, A.I.E.E., 2, 3, Vice President, 4, I.R.E., 2, 3, 4, Physics Club, 2, 3, Scabbard and Blade, 3, 4, Dean's List, 2, 3, 4. RICHARD SCHWAEMMLE, College Park, Georgia, In- dustrial Management, Delta Tau Delta. 0- WILLIAM S. SCOTT, Atlanta, Georgia, Physics? Delft Sigma Phi, Geology Club, 3, 4, Physics Club, 3, 4- EMMETT O'N EAL SEABORN, JR., Bainbridge, Georgias Aeronautical Engineering, Phi Kappa Sigma, Secretary, 2, ViCC-Pf6SiCl6r1t, 3, Institute of Aeronautical Sciences, 3, 4, Bulldog Club, 2, 3, 4, Toastmasters' Club, 2, M3102 Air Force R.O.T.C. .JAMES EDWARD SEALEY, Rockmart, Georgia, Elec- trical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Sigma N113 -A-lPha Phi Omega, 1, 2, Treasurer, 3, 4. hem Pi, Archite :HUGH I. SHULI fpilon Phi, Trea fzsidtut, 3, 4, Ph ,llFRED ALBER1 Ecu Chi, Chi Eps louis JOHN Sir lndustrial Desi gr: 0 I Patgl-son i N RS5K.M.EjWN.itt. . .T.tj, tw. 1, B ap P -' 1 Gm, 1.1.13 zhi' gal Hd ' Acti ,' " Imufn ' Vltle 3 S Count: roolqhavm l. Georgih ln. Ally, . Lambda, iflfiftti- , . ct " 5, spiked shotldff 2, 53 Cross Country' 'est 1, 23 Second limi Esta' Geofgial Mechan- 88, .American Socicn I, Alt Force R,0,'f,C , Monticello, Georgii, ra Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, President, 4, Debm 4, Management Clul, , Navy Student Conn' Georgia, Aeronautitii ia Gamma Tau, Tren Aeronautical Sciente 'r, 3, President, fi, Fly l . , Textile Engineering :oa, Florida, Civil it- ilong AmerrcanSoc1fII Decatur Geotgitz ER' . i' Am na Delta, M2105 ' 7 ER Atiafllav .ve7 Plan? Phl re resl 1' ecrgiiiili Presidfnf- 45 3, , ,Q Scabbard and Bhd' Se Park, Georgia: Eelta. 4 . .Dell Peofglai Physlcii 1y5l C5 Club: 3' ' torrid ,y Bainhridfeisfde pa Slgni' gientfi ug6I'OI1aut1Cal Zgclllalo' 1 b 1astCf5 Glu i -. Cf' Gevfgm' H lcmflffz Nu! 'Wh' ani Slgma BERT EUGENE SHARPTON, Charleston, West Virginia, El ' 1 Enggeefingg Cooperative Plan, Phi Kappa Phi, Tau Beta Pi, Brizigieiran society? Eta Kappa Nu, 3, 4, A.I.E.E., 2, 3, 4, I.R.E., 3, Vice President, 4, Lieutenant, Army R.O.T.C. DONALD MAX SHEPPARD, Albany, Georgia, Industrial Engineering, A,l,I,E., S.A.M., Circle K Club, Distinguished Military Student, Lieuteii. ant Colonel, Army R.O.T.C. WILLIAM DANIEL SI-IEPPARD, Atlanta, Georgia, Mechanical Engineer- ing. Sigma Nu, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 4, Toast- masters' Club, 3, President, 4. ROBERT WESLEY SHERWOOD, Beaumont, Texas, Industrial Engineer- ing, Sigma Chi, Student Council, 4, A.I.I.E., 3, Toastmasters' Club, 3, 4, Swimming, 2, Air Force Drill Team, 25 Major, Air Force R.O.T.C. RAYMOND LINDSAY SHIVES, Atlanta, Georgia, Architecture, Beta Theta Pi, Architecture Society. 0 HUGH I. SHULOCK, New York, New York, Textile Engineering, Tau Epsilon Phi, Treasurer, 2, Vice-President, 3, President, 4, Hillel, Vice President, 3, 4, Phi Psi. ALFRED ALBERT SIESS, Saint Petersburg, Florida, Civil Engineering, Theta Chi, Chi Epsilon, 3, 4, American Society of Civil Engineers, 3, 4. LOUIS JOHN SILLAY, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Architecture, Association of Industrial Design Students, Vice-President, 3, President, 4. DICK ROSSELOT Omicron Deli.: Kappa Phi Kappa Phi, Tau Beta Pi WHO'S WHO ROBERT LEE SIMIERLY, Snvannrtli. Georgia: lmlustrinl i. 1 t Lambda Chi Alpha, Alpha Pi Mu, 3. ei, A.l.l.If.. 2, 3, IQ Drimi lt li FRANK MALCOLM SIMPSON, Atlnntn, Geor,ui.tg Metlmtiit l litem ing, American Society of Mechanical Engineers 5. -I1 C.tpt.itn K I i R.O.T.C. SENIOR CLASS oi 1956 7-if If -'Q' I., 1 an tl '31 4 M Nw 0 JOHN EDWARD SIPPEL, Baltimore, Maryland, Elec- trical Engineering, Theta Chi, American Institute of Electrical EnginCCrS- MARLIN ALEXANDER SLOAN, JR., Tunnel Hill, Gem. gia, Electrical Engineering, Phi Kappa Phi, Tau Beta pi. Phi Eta Sigma, Eta Kappa Nu, Secretary, 3, Vicei President, 4, I.R.E., 3, 4, Vets Club. JOHN H. SMALLWOOD, Commerce, Georgia, Textile Engineering, Delta Kappa Phi. 0 CHARLES EDWARD SMITH, JR., Americus, Georgia' Aeronautical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Lambda Chi Alpha, Phi Kappa Phi, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Eta Sigma, Briaerean Society, Secretary, 3, President, 4, Sigma Gamma Tau, 3, Treasurer, 4, I.A.S., 4, Co-op Club, 3, 43 Deanys List, 2, 3, 4. GLENN WILSON SMITH, Macon, Georgia, Electrical Engineering, Eta Kappa Nu, American Institute of Elec- trical Engineers, Institute of Radio Engineers. PERCY LEE SMITH, Beaumont, Texas, Chemical En- gineering, Theta Xi, President, 4. 0 STANLEY COOPER SMITH, Tampa, Florida, Meehan ical Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma, 3, 4, A.S.M.E., First Lieutenant, Army R.O.T.C., Dean's List. WALTON EDWIN SMITH, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Engineering, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, American Institute of Industrial Engineers. WILLIAM ROGER SMITH, Savannah, Georgia, Civil Engineering, American Society of Civil Engineers. 0 CLARENCE HOWARD SNEAD, JR., Pensacola, florida, Industrial Management, Basketball, 2, 3, 4, Major, Alf Force R.O.T.C. VITO VINCENT SORANNO, Brooklyn, New Yorks Architecture, Theta Xi, Secretary, 2, 3, Interfraternity Council, 2, 3, American Institute of Architects, 4, Archi- tectural Society, 4, Bulldog Club, 2, 3, 4, Newman Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. S. BERNARD SPANO, JR., Columbus, Georgia! Civil Engineering, Sigma Chi, Pi Delta Epsilong TWIVWQIWJ 1, 2, News Editor, 3, 4, Newman Club, 1, 2, 4- 0 CHARLES PATRICK SPENCER, Atlanta, Georglaz IU' dustrial Engineering, Phi Kappa Phi, Tau BetaIP1, VIQE President, 4, Alpha Pi Mu, 3, 4, A.I.I.E., 3, V1C6'Pfe51' dent, 4, S.A.M., 3, President, 4. MAX LELAND SPRUELL, Newnan, Georgiasc Texflii Engineering, Cooperative Plan, American Assoc1at10I1 Textile Chemists and Colorists, 3, 4. J. EDWARD STACHOWIAK, La Salle, Illinois: ical Engineering, American Society of Mechanica gn neers, 4, Society of Automotive Engineers, 49 Newma Club, 4. 1 l 1 'WILLIAM BANE ig American lnsti: .ROBERT VAN 5- zering. lliunn Power SM Alpha Epsiloi l 7 V ilorre t lMlES IVILI-IAM f'9?ffQIiI'e P1 . U, S Illl l:0fCearl?.OIT: I0 Q if W- STEPH Sflfan Instiu , EDLER HARRI it ng? Alpha I Phil Tau QS, ,gall-g Editor, Sl iolsastmilsters nm nel- Air 1 omg Student bpm W 'll 'PEI' s 4 Ella P1 MUQTS lgsm Elk lllIg1?UST0x flyaiflub Again 4 fs h ' -I 'ig X' I 'Il Miling Mafylandl lllgtiane Tun I . PhiieTHlll' Gem Secretary?u3Beu,Pll 'IGI . ce, Georgia, Tmik 's Amer' U iive.P1ailfufg,,Hg fa P1s'Phi Em 5, Pre-sid gm S. h em! Lii y 4, C0-Op Club, 5, 09' Ge0f8iH5 Electrinl rican Institute 0 . , I El . 0 Engineers. K I, Texasg Chemical Impa, Florida, Mecha Pi Tau Sigma, 5,4 ' R.O.T.C., Deans Ile' Inta, Georgia, Industrie long American lnsntuf: vannah, Georgia: fill f Civil Engineers. JR, Pensacola, Flonir rn, 2, 5, 4zllHi0fiA1' kl , New Yfli 520 glgnlnterfraternm I Architects fl'fllfl'l' gf3 45 Neninall Gui' lumbus, Georgia, Cnr, lta EP silon' Terbrrirpt I Club, 1, 214' Atlanta, Geoigliiillli Phi' Tall Bew'PlPtnt- A.l.l.E., 3, Vice .,, - , Texti- ofglaza ' Vnafl2jeAssoc1atto ' rtilefl nl- I4' ' iss llfflfii Sail? fig, O . lihginefffsf 4' Vin. fw-F, T r I im? VK V3 -3 SENIOR CLASS of l956 f WILLIAM BANE STAFFORD, Man, West Virginia, Electrical Engineer- rngg American Institute of Electrical Engineers, 4. -ROIBERT VAN STANFORD, Avondale Estates, Georgia, Electrical En grneerrng. ' MILLARD POWELL STANLEY, Pahokee, Florida, Electrical Engineering, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Tau Beta Pig Phi Eta Sigma, Eta Kappa Nu, 5, 43 Glee Club, 1, 2, Vice-President, 3, Arnold Air Society, 3, 4, Captain, Arr Force R.O.T.C. JAMES WILLIAM STEPHENS, Ben Hill, Georgia, Civil Engineeringg Cfwperatrve Plan, Lambda Chi Alpha, A.S.C.E., 5, 45 S.A.M.E., 4, Cap- mlfl. Arr Force R.O.T.C. 4 .IOHN STEPI-IENSON, JR., Mitchell, Georgia, Electrical Engineer- ms. American Institute of Electrical Engineers, 3, 4. E CHANDLER HARRISON STEVENS, JR., Yardley, Pennsylvaniag Electrical Pagneeflngi Alpha Tau Omega, Treasurer, Vice-President, 4, Kosemfl c I Kapp? Phlg Tau Beta Pig Eta Kappa Nu, Pi Delta Epsilong Engineer glfaflfislng Editor, 4, A.I.E.E., 2, 3, vree-President, 4, Rambrrn' Peec msn' 43 Toastmasters' Club, Treasurer, 5, 43 Scabbard and.BlafieL I-ICQ' wl m Colonel, Arr Force R.O.T.C., Cheerleader, 3,'C3Qf2l1U. -il WH105 ro Among Students in American Colleges and Unrversr . ,Z -...... il lo IOHN WIQEY STEWART, JR., LaGrange, Georgia, Sigma AlPh11 EPSI' ni Alpha Pr Mug Arnold Air Societyg Major, Air Force R.O.T-C WEXOBERT HOUSTON STICKLEY, Cleveland, Tennessee: Alflt-luiffnjl QFD' allememi AlPhawTau Omega, Industrial Management Society, 3, 4- 11 affi 5iSmfnf,ClHb, 9,44 Seabbaia and Blade, 5, 4, Arnold Arr seeiewbvj 'fa List. Sulshed Military Student, 4g Major, Arr Force R.O.T.C., ean. 463 HENRY P. STILL, JR., Atlanta. Georgia. Ceramic Enuinc-crinvu lln Delta Theta, Tau Beta Pig Kernmos. ROLAN R. STOKIZR, JR., Atlanta, Georgiirg Pliysicsg Srlunm Pr Src ' 3, 4, Institute of Radio Engineers, eip Physics Club. HARRY STEVENS h I d Kosemeg Captain, C eer ca cfs Phi Kappa Phig Tau Br.-to Pi WHO'S WHO Y al Bs J, 1,-df, I' f""' V '4' AGI ' ff -i..- bb I1 -'S..l1.. in. o ROBERT MYRON STRAIN, Atlanta, Georgia, Electrical Engineering, Camera Club, 2. CHARLES CLINTON STRANGE, JR., Rome, Georgia, Deira Tau Delta, A.1.1.E., 4, SAM., 4, Baseball Mani ager, 1, 2. EMORY EUGENE STREET, Gadsden, Alabama, Elec- trical Engineering, American Institute of Electrical En. gineers, Institute of Radio Engineers, Vets Club. o HENRY ALLEN STRICKLAND, JR., Savannah, Georgia- Chemical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Theta Chi, Vice-President, 4, Phi Lambda Upsilon, 3, 4, Fraternity Honor Board, 4, A.I.Ch.E., 3, 4, Sigma Phalanx, 3, Vice. President, 4, Triangle Club, 3, 4. JACK CURTISS STRICKLAND, LaGrange, Georgia, ln- dustrial Engineering, Chi Phi, Baptist Student Union, Second Lieutenant, Army R.O.T.C. JAMES LOWMAN SUMMER, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, Industrial Management, Circle K Club, 2, 3, 4, Man- agement Club, 3, 4, T Club, 2, 3, 4, Football, 2, 3, 4, Lieutenant Colonel, Air Force R. O.T.C. 0 RICHARD DODGE SUTTON, Hinesville, Georgia, In- dustrial Management, Sigma Chi, Industrial Manage- ment Society, 3, 4, Circle K Club, I, 3, 4, Arnold Air Society, 3, 4, Major, Air Force R.O.T.C. GRANVILLE ROSS SWANY, Maryville, Tennessee, Me- chanical Engineering, Pi Kappa Alpha. MILTON EDWARD SWEIGERT, Atlanta, Georgia, Archi- tecture, Delta Tau Delta, Architecture Society, 3, 4, Glee Club, I, 2, President, 3, Business Manager, 4, Tri- angle Club, 3, 4, Navy Drill Team, 1, 2, 3, Ensign, Navy R.O.T.C. 0 JAMES MERVIL TANNER, Douglas, Georgia, Physics? Tau Beta Pi, Phi Eta Sigma, Pi Tau Chi, President, 43 Sigkna Pi Sigma, Secretary, 4, Physics Club, B.S.U., 1, 2, 3, . JOHN FRANCIS TANNER, Palatka, Florida, Industrial Engineering, Kappa Sigma, Kappa Kappa Psi, Band, 1, 2, 3, Radio Club, l, 2, 3, First Lieutenant, Army R.O.T.C. 1 RICHARD JACK TATA, Plainville, Connecticut, Indus- trial Engineering, Alpha Pi Mu, American Institute Of Industrial Engineers, 3, 4. 9 IQAQUIN TAULE, Santurce, Puerto Ricos Civil Engl' neering, American Society of Civil Eng1neerS- JAMES PARMER TAYLOR, North Little Rock, 125142114 I sas, Aeronautical Engineering, Cooperative.PlanS , 3 Gamma Tau, 3, 4, Institute of Aeronautical Sciences. b Georgia' IH' RICHARD JOSIAH TAYLOR, Colum us, 1 dustrial Management, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Manage- ment Club, 4, Football. 464 .iff S , v ,Q i a 'Unites LAMI llulgement Club fAllTER S. TER fi 5181116 Alpha in Chi, A.l.l.E.g foley Foundation llllllllfleel lllilll' LEE TER, ilofiffs' Of Civ imiun COUPE F Theta Pi: 'ZS Cross C WILLIAM sa ' R ' tug: Chi PETA, i ig 'AR Industrial MQ ERT EDR l .Og-LX , Ros , T1 mph ERT I 3. WSE :t,,lHsl1iR,,N Ian, ta, Georgia, JR., R0 M. ' me, y 4, Baseball liden' Alabama ute of Elect .' frsg Vets Clubfml R-i Sav We Plfdrnaillitfogf, asrlon, 3, 4, Fraternity rgma Phalanx, 3, yin, AGWUEC, Georgia, 1, Baptist Student Umm dak Ridge, Tennessee - Club, 2, 3, 4, Mtn 5, 45 Football, 2, 3,45 O.T.C. linesville, Georgia, ln ni, Industrial Maman- ,b, I, 3, 4, Arnold flu: R.O.T.C. tryville, Tennessee, llr- Alpha. Atlanta, Georgia, rlrthp' mitecture Society, J, it tsiness Managfr,41Il1' Team, 1, 2, 33 BWI' uglas, Georgia? lphlslff Tan chi,PftS1dfn'tir lysics Club? B-SUI' 1' latka, Floridag lmlusml JPG' Kappa Psll Band' I First Lieutenanfi Ami' . , Indlll . ctrclll , fine, COW fruit , an IW' 1, Americ . ' ' Ef Puerto 3,609 Civil nr Iivil Eng meets, Rock, A O1-th Little Plan. Srgnli ive '- ts Coopefat ,ical SCIEUG rf Aefonau lfl' bus Ge Mgrnigi fgia' comm :,0,,,0 Alpha EPS' 4 U. t l l . SENIOR CLASS oi 1956 0 CHARLES LAMAR TEDDER, Smyrna, Georgia, Industrial Management, Management Club, 3, 4. V CARTER S. TERRELL, Charlotte, North Carolina, Industrial Engineer- ing, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Pi Mu, President, Pi Tau Chi, A.I.I.E., S.A.M., Secretary, Circle K Club, Vice-President, Wesley Foundation, Treasurer, Golf, Student Lecture and Entertainment Committee. , . JERRY LEE TERRELL, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management, Amer- lcnn Society of Civil Engineers, Management Club, 4, Football. DONALD COOPER TETIELBACH Rochester, New York, Civil Engineer- HQR3 Beta Theta Pi, Chi Epsilon, A.S.C.E., S.A.M.E., Spiked Shoe Club! rack- 1, 2, Cross Country, 1, 2, First Lieutenant, Army R.O.T.C. IVILLIAM ROY TETTELBACH Rochester, New York, Industrial meeting Chl PSI? A-I-I-E., 4, S.A.IVI., 3, 4LFirst Lieutenant, Army RO. . 0 , . meRfJliERT EDWARD THIGPEN, Savannah, Georgia, Industrial Manage- my ndustrral Management Society, 3, -41, Geechee Club. JOHN ROBERT THOMAS, Columbus, Georgia, Textile Engineering Kappa Alpha, R03 T d '1 Engineering: 3 HOMPSON JR Rossville Georgia, In ustria Cooperative Plan, Pi Iiappa Alpha, Co-op Club, 3, 4, Radio Club, 2, 9. 465 DALE LESLIE THORNHOROLTGH. XY'.rtrkon.rri lllrrt C rtrur i neering, Cooperative Plan: Phi Kappa 'llrug A ttrrtrn Klum: I it A.S.Ch.E., AI, S.A.M.If., Lip Bulldog Club. 3, I Nut Baseball, I, Captain, Army R.O.'I'.C. JOEL COBB THORNTON, Atlanta, CicOr,ui.r tml lu inte it can Society of Civil Engineers. 3, I. SAMMY VAN LEER Vice President, Student Councl ANAKQ Koserne WHO'S WHO 4 'fi . 7 c YH- .5 WAYNE WADDELL Omicron Delta Kappa, Koseme President, I.R.E., President, 'SI. Patrick's Council WHO'S WHO 0 ELMER THOMAS THURMOND, JR., Miami, Florida, Architecture, Architecture Society, 3, Dean's List. COOPER RAYFIELD TILGHMAN, Decatur, Georgia, Industrial Engineer- ing, Phi Kappa Phi, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Eta Sigma, Treasurer, 1, A.I.I.E., B.S.U. TRYGVE J, TOLNAS, Athens, Georgia, Electrical Engineering, Eta Kappa Nu, A.l.E.E., Radio Club, First Lieutenant, Army R.O.T.C, HECTOR FRANCISCO TOSTA, Caracas, Venezuela, Civil Engineering. American Society of Civil Engineers, 4. l ROBERT DENNIS TRAMMELL, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Electrical Engi- neering, Phi Kappa Phi, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Eta Sigma, Eta Kappa Nui A.I.E.E., 3, 4- o RICHARD EDWARD TRENCH, Atlanta, Georgia, Mechanical Engineer. ing, Pi Tau Sigma, American Society of Mechanical Engineers. , EDWARD BRADSTREET TRENT, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Electrical Engi- neering, Pi Kappa Alpha, Bulldog Club. DON LEE TRONCALLI, Atlanta, Georgia, Aeronautical Engineering- Delta Tau Delta, Institute of Aeronautical Sciences. a ROBERT H. TROWBRIDGE, Washington, Connecticut, Civil Engineer- ing, Alpha Tau Omega, Phi Eta Sigma, A.S.C.E., T. Club, Baseball, 3, 4, Distinguished Military Student, Major, Army R.O.T.C. JAMES EARL TUCKER, College Park, Georgia, Physics, Phi Kappa Phi, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Pi Sigma, 3, President, 4, St. Pat's Council, 3, Vice- President, 4, Geology Club, 3, Physics Club, 2, Secretary, 3, 4, Society of Geophyscial Exploration, Vice-President, 4. SENIOR CLASS ol 1956 C. I llI0N'lLD- K2. Ildllfgemenl' LES BUI llfllerican lf15"'U'l CLAUDE 5: Tl Juirrial Eflllme A.1-I-Fail, S4 Eff EMORI lulfllll Erlgifleefl If1gine6fSi49 Veta GORDAN GER! Ilusrrial Mllnagl 5055143 Tnang norms HICK1 Industrial MEMS? mbnjqye, 3, Assis limi, 3, 45 A12 Pfilflfllts 3: Presl IIcePresident, 45 Ilib, Secretary, 4 Uuby 2, Triangle Ehaljnxy 2, Baske larenant, Army l IIAMUEL WALL igineering, Sigmi tie, Student Coun IriaIBoard, 3, Ch luucil, 33 Ramblii Eimming, 1, Co- inhing Rilles, l, Q Uno Among Studt HUIICS, WILLIAM RON! iusxrial Engineeri IIMION ADOLF1 lla, Industrial En, lN6wman Club, S 'WILLIAM KENN Mechanical E Treag 3: 45 Pers WAYNE osem 3 hi 4 Sf. Pau 4.44 Band. 2 al lg DISIIUS olonell I VICE Pr A310115 WARD ' Radio E: Kaur-,H Circle L FRANKLI HWARD Club- Eflgllleerin :Ci Vll Engine rgiag Electrical E 'Smal Eta K 'lil' Rpm Nu Mechanical E . al Engineers.ngmeU' orgra, Electrical Eng, nautical Engimmin, cticut, Civil Enginttr. .CClub, Baseball, 5,.i, hysics, Phi Kappa Phi, Pat's Council, 3, Vitt- ecretary, 3, 4, Socicn l Sting: 0 RONALD C. TUCKER, Moultrie, Georgia, Industrial Management, Kappa Sigma, Secretary, 3. L CHARLES RUPERT TURNER, Swainsboro, Georgia, Chemical Engineering, American Chemical Society, 3, 4, ,American Institute of Chemical Engineers, 4. CLAUDE S. TURNER, JR., Virginia Beach, Virginia, Industrial Engineering, Kappa Alpha, Alpha Pi Mu, 3, All,l,E,, 4, S.A.lVl., , ERREW EMORY TURNER, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, In- dustrial Engineering, American Institute of Industrial Engineers, 4, Veterans Club, 4. GORDAN GERALD TURNER, Birmingham, Alabama, Industrial Management, Kappa Alpha, Management Club' 3, 45 Triangle Club, 3, 4, Captain, Army R.O.T.C. THOMAS HICKMAN UMSTEAD, Louisville, Kentucky, Industrial Management, Sigma Chi, Blue Print, 2, 3, Terhniqne, 3, Assistant Circulation Manager, 4, Activities Council, 3, 4, Alpha Phi Omega, 1, Treasurer, 2, Vice- President, 3, President, 4, Bulldog Club, Secretary, 3, Vice President, 4, Management Club, 3, 4, Philosophy Club, Secretary, 4, Presidents' Club, 4, Toastmasters' Club, 2, Triangle Club, 3, 4, W.S.F., 3, 4, Sigma Y Phalanx, 2, Basketball Manager, I, Swimming, 3, 4, Lieutenant, Army R.O.T.C. O SAMUEL WALL VAN LEER, Atlanta, Georgia, Civil Engineering, Sigma Chi, Vice-President, ANAK, Ko- seme, Student Council, 1, 2, 3, Vice-President, 4, Student Trial Board, 3, Chairman, 4, A.S.C.E., 3, 4, Activities Council, 3, Ramblin' Reck Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Football, 1, Swimming, l, Co-Captain, 2, 3, 4, Tennis, l, 2, 3, Pershing Rilies, l, 2, 3, Captain, Army R.O.T.C., Whos Who Among Students in American Colleges and Uni- versrrres. XVILLIAM RONALD VAUGHN, Carrollton, Georgia, Industrial Engineering, Chi Psi, American Institute of RAMON ADOLFO VAZQUEZ, Central Hormiguero, Cuba, Industrial Engineering, A.S.M.E., Activities Coun- ill. Newman Club, Pan American Club. 0. XVILLIAM KENNETH VICKERY, College Park, Geor- Jllill Mechanical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Pi Kappa Alpha, Treasurer, 3, Alpha Phi Omega, 2, Vice President, 3, 4, Pershing Rifles, 1, 2. IDEWEY WAYNE WADDELL, Bremen, Georgia, Elec- trical Engineering, Beta Theta Pi, Secretary, 3, Omicron Delta Kappa, Koseme, Kappa Kappa Psi, 2, 3, 4, Blue P""'- 22 A.I.E.E., 2, Treasurer, 3, 4, I.R.E., 2, 3, PICS? dfflf, 4, Alpha Phi omega, 1, vice-President, 2, 5, President, 4, St. Patrick's Council, 2, Vice-President, 3, Presldenfi 41 Band, 1, 2, Lieutenant, 3, 4, Radio Club, If 2- 5- 45 Toastmasters' Club, 2, 3, 4, Wesley Founda- Ufm- 2. 3, 4, Distinguished Air Force R.O.T.C. Student, Lieutenant Colonel, Air Force R.O.T.C., Sophomore and IUUIQI Class Vice President, Senior Secretary-Treasurer, Whos 'Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. I JACK EDWARD WAGNER, Atlanta, Georgia, Math: nstrtute of Radio Engineers, 3, 4. .nJMiE5 KENNETH WAID Atlanta Geor ia Industrial Trmffflng Alpha Pi Mu 4 AIIE 9 i SAi easurer 4 Circle K Club 3 4 dusglaftlggis FRANKLIN WAITF Atlanta Georgrt anagement Sigma Nu A bstfgal Management AIIE 7 3 4 Man ,em Radio Club 3 4 Veterans Cl b 4 B ROLD EDWARD WALDEN Ssvarnsboro Geor ia , ,t as li s-ali ,X - .af W iii I A .. ..i is rd!! at-BTX 05,4 'Z 7-J 4-"P ' ,nf i A F is fi! Lu ai 'Em JOE WALKER Phi Kappa Phi, Tau Beta Pi Co-Captain, Swimming Team WHO'S WHO 0 JAMES FRANKLIN WALDEN, JR., Chattanooga, Tennessee, Mechan- ical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Briaerean Society, Pi Tau Sigma, 3, 4, A.S.M.E., 4, Co-op Club, 3, 4, B.S.U., I, 2, 3, 4, Captain, Army R.O.T.C. WILLIAM OVERTON WALDHAUER, Millerlgeville, Georgia, Ceramic Engineering, Keramos, American Ceramic Society, President. FRANK THOMAS WALKER, Milan, Tennessee, Electrical Engineering- Eta Kappa Nu, American Institute of Electrical Engineers, Institute oi Radio Engineers. GILBERT JAMES WALKER, Tampa, Florida, Electrical Engineering- Cooperative Plan, Wesley Foundation, 1, 2, 3, 4. l JOSEPH SPENCER WALKER, Atlanta, Georgia, Civil Engineering, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Phi Kappa Phi, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Eta Sigma, Chi Epsilon, 3, 4, A.S.C.E., Swimming, 1, 2, Co-Captain, 3, 4, Scabbard and Blade, Secretary, 3, Arnold Air Society, Treasurer, 4, Distinguished Mili. tary Student, Colonel, Air Force R.O.T.C., Dean's List, 2, 3, 4, Whfys Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. 0 REGIS VINCENT WALKER, Pascagoula, Mississippi, Civil Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Delta Sigma Phi, Treasurer, 3, Chi Epsilon, 3, 45 A.S.C.E., 2, 3, 4, S.A.M.E., 3, 4, Bulldog Club, 3, 4, Newman Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Pershing Rifles, 1, 2, Major, Army R.O.T.C. BENJAMIN EUGENE WALLACE, Coral Gables, Florida, Industrial En- gineering, Alpha Tau Omega. JAMES MARSHALL WALLACE, JR., Gadsden, Alabama, Electrical En- gineering, Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, Institute of Radio Engineers. WILLIAM DURWOOD WALLACE, LaGrange, Georgia, Industrial En- gineering. ALFRED EVANS WAMSLEY, III, Savannah, Georgia, Industrial Man- agement, Chi Phi. SENIOR CLASS of 1956 MAS I gjuigukafnlii Epsilon! Ill E Arnold Nfl, c force KO' ' DANIEL L Industrial EUS ROBERT Lf dl, Engineerii Bulldog Club' .PAUL AND1 Juszrial Managl CHARLIE GI Iical Engineeri. IVAN AMER1 llethanical Eng Club. I ALEXANDER ippi, Industrial lustrial Managen JOHN STANLI lliemical Engim .limi R.O.T.C. THOMAS J A R Qwlina, Electrics i'151i.l.E.E., I,R, SlDNEy FRAN , M xv Gtor ' . l ' PI'6SldQmg al Citing: - ' Elect' ' tical E . Engineers, nglllffiir A Institut, Electrics l En ' . - gmeflllg lim Englllffritf n 1 Eta sigmm fail, 514, Scabbardv, i , Distinguished fi Universities. ' n's List, 2, 3 4, Sippig Civil rn- , , 3, chi Epiiiiiuifig S, Florida, lntlusrrialig. ., Alabama, Electrital E. 'e of Radio Engineers. , Georgia, lntlustriallz Georgia, Industrial lit- l THOMAS MARION WANNAMAKER, JR., Orangeburg, 0 th Carolina, Mechanical Engineering, Sigma Alpha S0u.l0n, P, Tau Sigma, 3, 4, Scabbard and Blade, 3, 4, il:1l0lCl,Al1' Society, Adjutant Recorder, 3, 4, Major, Air Force R.O.T.C. DANIEL NICCONNELL WATTERS, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Engineering, Philosophy Club, 3, 4. ROBERT LAWSON WAUGH, LaGrange, Georgia, Tex- tile Engineering, Phi Delta Theta, Vice President, 4, Bulldog Club, 3, 4, Glee Club, 2, 3. o PAUL ANDERSON WEBB, JR, Atlanta, Georgia, In- dustrial Management, Management Club, 3, 4. CHARLIE GLENN WELCH, Columbus, Georgia, Elec- trical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Radio Club. IVAN AMERICO WERNECK, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Mechanical Engineering, Newman Club, Pan American Club. 0 ALEXANDER LOCKHART WEST, Bay Springs, Missis- sippi, Industrial Management, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, ln- tlustrial Management Society, 4, Management Club, 3, 4. JOHN STANLEY WEST, Indian Rocks Beach, Florida, Chemical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Lieutenant, Army R.O.T.C. THOMAS JAMES WESTBURY, JR., Sumter, South Carolina, Electrical Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nui A.l.E.E., l.R.E. 0 SIDNEY FRANK WHEELER, Monroe, Georgia, Textile Engineering, Sigma Nu, Technique, 3. RICHARD STANTON WHITE, JR., Decatur, Georgia: Mechanical' Engineering, Sigma Nu, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 3, 4, Newman Club, 1, 2, 5, 4- ,JOHN ADDISON W1-IITNER, Atlanta, Georgia, Elec- gical Engineering, Kappa Kappa Psi, 3, 4, A.I.E.E., end, 1, 2, 5, Triangle crab, 5, 4. E JOHN HERMAN WIEDEMAN, Atlanta, Georgia, Civil Englneefingi Chi Epsilon, American Society of Civil nglneers, I d.l-'lM.ES THOMAS WILBURN, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Alllistrtal Engineering, Phi Kappa Sigma, Treasurer, 53 -- -E-, 4, S.A.M., 4, First Lieutenant, Army R.O.T.C. dusflfoyb M. WILEY, JR., Spring Hill Tennessee? lfl' A. nal Management, I.M. Society, Football, 5, 43 Maiof, lf Force R.O.T.C. 1 - 'mia I' N A ,195 'dl ,-.Ar -4' ,ai-'?-5' AK 'ffl fffUX 3 'gy .ie ,-'PQ 1' xt ' "-me-'ff ,a I L in N ' ' ' r F Av . L 'R , " iw' V ,ea 1 la , l P gf f A I I-.QP X : l a r . , ' X ' , t if P f 1. if Y -UO? Lt A -29 4-WN" SENIOR CLASS of 1956 O FLOYD ROBERT WILLIAMS, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Manage- ment, Management Club, 3, 4. FRANK EVERETT WILLIAMS, JR., Statesboro, Georgia, Civil Engineer- ing, Alpha Tau Omega, Chi Epsilon, 3, President, 4, Student Council, 2, 5, A.S.C.E., President, 4, Ramblin' Reck Club, Sophomore Class President. FRAN K WILLIAMS President, Sophomore Class President, Chi Epsilon, President, A.'S.C.E. WHO'S WHO JAMES KELLY WILLIAMS, Greenwood, Mississippi, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Vice-President, 5, President, 4, Koseme, Phi Kappa Phi, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Eta Sigma, Secretary, Phi Lambda Upsilon, Interfraternity Council, 5, 4, Interfraternity Trial Board, 5, Fraternity Honor Board, 3, 43 Technique, 5, 4, Band, I, 2, Debate Team, I, 2, President, 3, 4, W.S.F., 5, Secretary, 4, Scabbard and Blade, Arnold Air Society, Lieutenant Colo- nel, Air Force R.O.T.C., Dean's List, 2, 5, 4, Who's Who Among Stu' dents in American Colleges and Universities. JAMES MIKEL WILLIAMS, Savannah, Georgia, Chemical Engineering, American Institute of Chemical Engineers, American Chemical Society? Society of American Military Engineers. THOMAS RUSSELL WILLIAMS, Martin, Georgia, Industrial Engineer- ing, Physics Club, 1, 2, 5, 4, Y Recretation Council, 5, 4, CHHICIIJUIY, 45 Captain, Army R.O.T.C. 0 WENDELL MARION WILLIAMS, JR., Canton, Ohio, Mechanical Engi- 5, Vice-President, neering, Cooperative Plan, Phi Kappa Tau, Secretary, ' 4, Phi Kappa Phi, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Eta Sigma, Briaerean Society, Presi- dent, 4, Pi Tau Sigma, 5, Vice President, 4, A.S.M.E., 3, 43 Vfeslel' Foundation, 2, 5, 4. LYNWOOD GRAYSON WILLIS, Savannah, Georgia, Architecturel Alpha Tau Omega, Architecture Society, Geechee Club. I DONALD HENRY WILSON, JR., Decatur, Georgia, Industrial Engine? lflgx Sigma Nu President, 4, Fraternity Honor Board, 5, All-E-, 3, 1 Captain, Air Force R.O.T.C. HOWARD L. WILSON, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Managemeflfi Glff Club, I, 2, 5, 4, U THEODORE ROGER WIRTZ, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Managemffflfa Sigma Chi, Yellow jacket, I, Glee Club, 1, Vice President, 2, B'-lslrfess Maliager, 3, 4, Management Club, 5, 4, Pershing Rifles, 2, 33 Maloff Army R.O.T.C. I Q IAIIHUR J. B. ' ineering, Pi Kap, ,IIILTON ARTHI Jffilngg Ameriia :sfsh1ngRiIies. l, WILLIAM How, liustrial Engineer .EClIIII1IOI1, 1, 2' 5 IIOIN Rosrkr I flgemenrg Kapp Captain, Arm! ERWIN xv. Sigma 1, IIIC lr Sofiffiz IIIINN WARREN WILL IIIMEM THOMA gefllfnrz A III RE IFigin,l2l:,I?'oIvr II - S3 E: Eifftflral Ent ilu 'QEQAQLLIQRN hli Tau ui' 3. I Club, 'li All - SENIORS issippig Sigma 1llPl1 Phi Kappa Phi: Ill Jpsilong Intetfraternig lity Honor Boatnl, 33 el. 'resident, 3, 45 W-5-I" cietyg Lieutenant Calw- ids Who AIHOHP NU' Chemical Engiflffilll' Ican Chemical Svflfllf 1' Industrial Ellglnefll if 3 4. Qanterburli " f . hanicalfnll' Till, 31 ellice-Preslllfnl' I y V - , Sl' riaeregfl gmfllillliy' ,S,M- -, t ' . hi ay Architecfllfer All rl I ll ag IndustriallEEl5'gilL mardi 52 All Il . glee ial Nianagemfflft emelll- rdusiflal M3nagU5lleg Presiderlf, "3. Mallll' g RiHeS, Z' ' KELL WILLIAMS President, Sigma Alpha Epsilong Koseme Phi Kappa Phig Tau Bela Pi 0 ARTHURJ B WITT Macon Georgia Electrical En tmccrint, P1 Kappa Alpha MILTON ARTHUR WITT Helen Georgia' Civil En- gineering, American Society of Civil Engineers, 3, 43 Pershing Rifles, 1, 2. WILLIANI HOWARD WOOD, Chattanooga, Tennessee, Industrial Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Baptist Stu- ilcnt Union, 1, 2, 3, 4, ' ,IOHN ROBERT WOOLF, Alcoa, Tennessee, Industrial Management, Kappa Alpha: Management Club, Foot- lmlll Captain, Army R.O.T.C. V .l0ljlN ERWIN XWORM, Macon, Georgia, Industrial En- Klnffflnl-ZL. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Swimming, 1, 3, 4g Qf30+ClCA1r Society, 3, 45 Lieutenant Colonel, Air Force GLENN WARREN YEAROU5, Mechanical Engineering. .QXVILLIAM THOMAS YEARTY, Macon, Georgia, Inclus- Elgfggllagementg Alpha Tau Omegag Major, Air Force U, I-YJCK REDD. YOUNG, Clearwater, Beach, Florida, Elec- mfa Engineering, Eta Kappa Nu, 3, 4g American Insti- C Of Electrical Engineers, Institute of Radio Engineers. mrflgllo Zsrrisia, III, Jacksonville, Fioiida, Architec- mrets h?fa Chr, Tau Beta Pig Phi Eta Sigma, Architec- Ameoctety, 2, 3, 4, S.A.M.E., 2, 3, Secretary, 43 Piffl ,in :im CIUP3 1, 23 Scabbard and Blade, 3, 42 DIS' De'inl:Eit,Li11ZfafY Student, Major, Army R.O.T.C-3 WHO'S WHO l 3 1 2 5 llt' 4 l - X If 4 -Xe-. lx Last fall, when looking around for ld-C9-S fOr our book, we hit upon the thought that the one big thing needed in What is a yearbook? It has been said many times that it is a yearls activities caught between two covers. This is true. But to us, the staff of the 1956 Blue Print, our yearbook is more. lt is something that we have watched grow out of a stack of pictures and a pile of rosters. To us it is almost alive and we feel that it is part of us. It is our talents, thoughts and inspirations. It is also our mistakes and faults. But it is us and we feel close to it. 472 the Blue Print was a change. And so we changed it right down to the basic organization of the book. Breaking away from the past, we divided the book up into three main sec- tions: Fall, Winter and Spring. The old sections were then grouped under these three main headings. The features section, long a predominant part of the book, was dispersed throughout the book and treated chronologically under the large sections. We also believed that bigger type and pic- tures were in order and so this was included in the plans, The much used color splotches were excluded in favor of simpler and just as attractive non-color pages. We believe that the change has been for the good and we hope that you think so too. 4 A lot of credit must be given for this yearls Blue Print. Business Manager Charles Cobb and his staff combined ef- forts to sell the largest volume of ads in the history of the Blue Print. Managing Editor Joe Pinnell worked long and hard in developing a new staff to do nothing but write. All of the section editors did fine jobs and the largest part of the book is due to their hard work. This is our book. We have given ourselves to it and it is part of us. But now we give it to you and we hope that you like it. I V 5 ,JN i .A"' ,E5 Sk, flslng I INDEX TO ADVERTISERS The Blue Print Staff wishes that every person on the GeOfgi21 Tech Camlms would patronize our advertisers. These loyal Tech supporters have contributed muCh - ' e. success of our yearbook, and they certainly deserve our continued patronag Abrams, A. R., Inc .... Acme United Life Ins. Co. . Adair Realty Co .... Adams-Cates Co. . . . . 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A Abarca, Jose M., 418 Abel, Alexander B., 126, 228, 314, 336 Abercrombie, Stanley E., 98, 174, 306, 366 Abrams, Sam H., 126, 194 Ackerman, Thomas G., 126 AcuH, Robert L., 126, 224 Adams, Stanford A., 98, 334 Adams, Arthur C., 126, 160 Adams, Donald L., 126 Adams, james V., 98, 210, 306 Adams, Jerry C., 126 Adams, john G., 126 Adams, john R., 110, 190 Adams, Lloyd N., 110, 186 Adams Robert B., 110, 206 9 Adams, Robert D., 160, 310, 320, 349, 413 Adams, William A., 126 Adams, William W., 110, 220 Adler, Haskel T., 126, 164 Agresar, Fernando L., 126 Aikmen, Collin D., 93, 9s, 224, 304, 305 Akins, Edmond G., 314, 418 Akins, Paul S., 156, 418 Akridge, james M., 110 Albritton, Daniel L., 110 STUDENT INDEX Albury, Gordon M., 228, 260, 263, 336 416 Alderman, james B., 126, 196 Alexander, Lon C., 98, 178 Alford, Cecil O., 268, 278, 360, 418 Alford, Denny S., 98, 170, 333 Alford, Glynn H., 278, 308, 412 Alkofer, Lawrence H., 98, 342 All, William H., 92, 152, 190, 260 262, 286, 348, 354, 356, 418 Allen, V. Bona, 110, 216 Allen, john C., 126, 234 Allen, ,Iudson T., 110, 216 Allen, Keith R., 98 Allen, Malcolm C., 98, 156, 335 Allen, Ray K., 98, 276, 322 Allen, Raymond M., 126, 174 Allen, Robert R,, 126, 234 Allen, Robert W., 126, 224 Allinder, Myrl W., 314, 336, 418 Allison, Frank E., 314, 360, 418 Allou, Anthony L., 98, 364 Almand, Bobby E., 126 Alman, Philip H., 126 Atenbern, Douglas C., 110, 178 Altman, james L., 224, 418 Alvarez, Antonio P., 126 Alvord, Charles W., 126 Amason, Jackson L., 126 Amdur, Neal O., 126, 194 Ammons, Richard B., 126, 206 Anchors, James A., 98, 308 Anderson Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Cecil E., 126 Charles F., 126 Charles W., jr., 126 Claude N., Jr., 126 Anderson, David M., 126, 220 Anderson, james R., 126, 342 Anderson, jerry C., 126 Anderson, john B., 111, 110, 160 Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson, Anderson, Andrews, Andrews, Andrews Angarita Joseph Raymond, 110, 234 Marvin Ennis, 418 Ray C., 190, 266, 268, 419 Robert Norman, 126, 331, 344 S. Clarence, jr., 412 William K., jr., 93, 98, 228 Allan Kenneth, 110, 182 Frank Eugene, 110 Wm. K., 93, 98, 287, 318 Francisco 126 376-377, 380-387, Armistead, james O., 345, 419 Armstrong, D. L., 220, 290, 306, sez, 419 Armstrong, J. H., jr., 308, 317, 344, 419 Armstrong, Robert E., 98, 186 Arnett, Anthony Windsor, 127, 236 Arnold, Arnold, Arnold, Jerry Gordan, 127 Maurice W., 110 Paul Richard, 127, 366 Arrants, Wm. W., 92, 308, 360, 419 Arrington, N. B., jr., 98, 178, 282, 325 Arthur, Daniel Joseph, 127, 170 Arthur, W. H., Jr., 92, 243, 268, 272, 278, 308, 419 Ashley, Lee Gary, 127 Ashton, James Donald, 110, 236, 327 Askew, john D., jr., 127 Atassi, Atassi, Ghazwan S., 110 Khalouk Sirri, 110 Atha, Theodore V., 306, 419 Ansley, Emory Council, 215, 345, 419 Anton, Eladio, 98 Arbor, Frank Brian, 127 Archer, Hoke Smith, jr., 110 Archer, james Henry, Jr., 110 Ard, julian Silkwood, 127, 190 Ardon, Erick, 110 Aristcguieta, Rodolfo F., 127 476 Atkinson, Maurice Lynwood, jr., 127 Aurandt, Harry Phillip, 127 Austin, Edward M., 268, 284, 314, 412 Austin, Richard D., 98, 220, 328 Avant, john Paul, 127 Avarett, Charles Cole, 419 Aviles-Alfaro, Bolivar, Jr., 127 Awtrey, Bernard Slaton, jr., 98, 306 ll BI T001 Berwr X Co. 7 5 Ita' 5: Ga. . lTl. lili 345 419 ,220, 290 sos S62 Jr., sos, 517 W 5, 93,156 in1'lsor1127 256 n, 127 no , .1 127 S66 123, sosy, 360 41932, r., 93, 1120282 127, ihlez, 241- 268 212 27 ld, 1101236 327 ., 127 110 -i, no I9 306 4 nvioody Jr" IZ7 1' tllip, 127 4 412 284, 31 1 263, Us 98, 220, 27 le, 419 127 'an V" 98, 306 icon, -Ir" years of le wie 1'-Sh 119 in petroleum 1' ef ining technology unluensnl on I Pnnnuus tomnnnv Q so ALGQNQUIN ROAD DES PLAINES, ILLINOIS, U.S.A. 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Baker, Russell Balcerak, R. 5 Baldwin, Dav Baldwin jas. l Ballard, Robt. Brllier, Mich: Balsamides, M Brlte, Richard Bamford, Char Banchetti, job Bankslon, Wil Bannister, R. , Barber, Edwarr Barber, Monrol Barber, Richar Barber, Robert Barbeld, Bobby Barield, Cecil Barbeld, G. W 360 Barndd, jar-neg Bargeron, Luci. Bargeron, Rumi X Xfaldo james. jr., 117 l iam ... 5 2. t .-f in I -1'3Q1"1'i31iz-E5E,,, ers, k, aek CombS, 127, 350 IA1yill2tt,JChas. Leonard, 93, 136, 334 Aygrs, Fred j011I1, 127, 115 B 1-, Ronald joseph, 98, 228, 314 Gerald Richard, 127, 364 Babyak john CNJ 110 Bacon, Garland Ray, 93 Bacon, Richard Clyde, 110 Bacon, Robert Dupree, 110 Bagwell, Gary Da-n, 98, 310, 333, 350 Bagwell, james Frank, 110, 178 Bagwell, jesse GreenbetfY, .lf-1 419 Bailes, Elbert Lamar, 110, 182, 350 Bailey, Frank Barrett, 110 Bgiley, Grover Charles, 308, 419 Bailey, jack Kieruli, Jr-, 127 Bailey, joe Bradley, jr., 127 Bailey, ohn Charles 127 Bailey Bailey j , Richard C., 110, 216 Roger Duane, 127 r 1 Bailey, Roland Gary, 127, 150 Bailey Bailey Bailie, Wm, Douglas, jr., 98, 220 , William Wayne, 127 Anderson, Courtney, 127 Baird, Larry Richard, 224, 276, 333, Baisde Baker, Baker, Baker, n, Donald Nelson, 110 Bradley Horton, 127, 196, 290 john Allen, 127 R. W., 93, 182, 265, 290, 348 Baker, Russell E., 127 Balcerak, 13- 5-, 110, 136, 317, 364 Baldwin, David K., 127, 220 Baldwin jas. E-, .lf-, 127, 223 Ballard, Robt. M., jr., 110, 174 Balliet, Michael, 110, 190 Balsamides, Michael, 127 Balte, Richard Allen, 127 Bamford, Charles Rushing, 127 Banchetti, john jos., 127, 206, 364 Bankston, William S., 127 Bannister, R. Leo, 98, 314, 322 Barber, Edward Adams, jr., 419 cv5 Barber, Monroe Dykes, 98, 190, 282 Barber, Richard Weyman, 98 Barber, Robert Lacey, 98, 186 4 36 Barfleld, Bobby Fred, 314, 419 Barfield, Cecil Ronald, 127 Bariield, G. W., 911, zss, sos, 324, 3 360 Barfiuld, james Henry, 127 Barger on, Lucius Anderson, 127, 156 Bargeron, Romie Walter, 127 STUDENT INDEX-Continued. Barinas, Bernard G., 98, 240 Barineau, Eugene C., 98 Barker, Dan Eugene, 308, 317, 419 Barker, G. Ralph, 127 Barker, james M., jr., 98, 312 Barker, joseph Thomas, 110, 364 Barland, Edwin Scott, 127, 160 Barley, Thos. Ansel, 308, 335, 420 Barnes, john William, jr., 127, 182 Barnes, Robert Hal., 98, 156 Barnes, William S., 412 Barnes, Wm. Stewart, 98, 174 Barnett, Billy j., 110, 366 Barnhardt, jacob Chas., 110, 220 Barnhardt, Richard H., 152, 220, 420 Barnhill, j. Alex, 98, 366 Baron, Donald Andre, 110 Barre, S. P., 174, 266, 268, 284, 314, 420 Barrett, Arnold Eugene, 127 Barrett, Grant Carroll, 127 Barrett, Sidney R., 178, 306, 420 Carter Tate, jr., 220, 263 , 348, 349, 352, 354, 356, 362 Barron, 345 420 Barron, Otis Lamar, 127 Barron, Richard Allen, 277, 420 Barry, Arthur Patrick 110, 216 Bartlett, Harwood, 220, 261, 263, 266, 268, 286, 294, 300, 354, 362, 420 Barton, Robert Allison, 420 Barton, Baskin, Robert Paul, 111, 178 Harris Price, jr., 127 Batch, john Marvin, 236, 284, 314, 420 Batchelor, F. Stinson, III, 127 Bateman, Wm. C., jr., 127, 234, 331 Bates, Hugh F., jr., 111, 220 Bates, james R., jr., 111, 160 Bates, Robert Louis, jr., 127, 174 Batle, jose Roman, 111, 314 Baugnon, Wm. Francis, 111, 240 Baugus, john Roger, 127 Baumgardner, C. M., 99, 190, 306, 356, 362 Baumgartner, Hugh Lee, 127, 164 Baxcndale, Harold Frank, 127, 164 Bayly, jas. G., jr., 99, 331, 347, 362 Baynard, jos. Scott, jr., 308, 317, 420 Bazemore, Edward Frank, 127 Beach, Robert Raphael, 92, 182, 260, 266, 268, 286, 296, 300, 304, 305, 421 Beacham, Ansel Franklin, jr., 127, 164 Beacham, Richard C., 111 Beadles, Clarence Victor, 127, 216 BC111- L- L-, 96. zzo, us, 114, 117, 362, 421 Bean, james F., 99 Bean, Lawrence Mynard, 111 Beard, Edward L., 99,190 Burden, D- R.. 99. 17-1, 124, 1111, ns Beifdfn, jos. McLin, jr., 345, -Q21 Beasley, Thomas Wimbric, 127, 360 Beasley, XVilliam Curtis, 421 Beaudrot, Thos. Parks, jr., lll, 206 357, 359 ' Beaver, Thomas D., jr., 99, 301 Beavers. Roy Kenneth, 111, 186 Beck. Gerald Raymond, 178, 328, -121 Becker, William Frank, 111, 206 Becknell. William Stuart, 127 Beckwith, Paul B., 99, 200 Beckworth, Floyd Robert, jr., 99, 342 Beeland. Bobby G., 99, 186, 302 Bssssrow. Chas. W., 99, 210. 281, 101, 326 Belk, Franklin Paul, jr., 111 Bell, Francis Leland, jr., 178, 421 Bell, Howard Douglas, 127 Bell, Ronald Mack, 96, 127, 236 Bellen, Robt. A., 127, 232, 368 Belote, Robert Franklin, 127, 236 Benatar, Leo, 412 Benkovich, john A., jr., 127, 206 Bctancourt, liauito, N9 Bevan, Richard j., wa, 111., ms, 11' Beverly. james Revis, W. 142, H5 Bialko, Alfred E., lll. 141 Bickcl. R. F. uh: tifmhy. 1s1,, 114, 4: Bic, Ernest XV., 178, 308,111 124, 421 Billian, Leonard, 99, Xl-O Billingsley. Charles Raymond, 127 Bird, james Lewis, jr., 117. 110 I 1 Bishop, Bishop Bishop, Bithcr, Bittle, Bivens Bivins , Elwyn Alex. 127 Ernest Neil, 127 Otis Lamar, 127 . 22-l Rudolph Guy, jr., 99, 214 Hugh Miller, 99, 105 Guy A.. 127 Black. Donald Nelson, 111, 358 Black. john E.,1l1. 108, 117, Us Blahnik, james Edward, 99, 318 Blair, Charles Edwin, 127 Blair, Paul McCreary, jr Blake, Andrew Ewing, 99, J!-0 Blakely, Tilman Trammell, jr., 12 Balock, james Michael, 127 Bland, William Percy, 111. 220 Blandin, Rafael M., 127 Blenkenship, james M., 110, -121 Blanton, Roy XV., jr.. 111 Blattner, Ralph XVilliam.127, 225 Bledsoe, Donald NV., 111 ., 127 190 Bennett, Benjamin Franklin, lll, 127 Bennett john A., 412 Bennett Robert Lee, 111, 277, 3-15, 421 Bennett Sidney Clyde, Ill, 111, 174 Benson, Allen B., 278, 317, 421 Benson, jack W., 127 Benson, james W., 190, 277, -121 Bentley, Charles E., 127 Bentley, john Grady, 111, 342 Bentley, Thomas Franklin, 314, 421 Benzing, Nelson S., jr., 111, 174 Beranek, Dovid Nickell, 127 Berger, Charles Fred, 127, 204 Berger Donald Emanuel r 127 154 Bledsoe, john Carl, -O21 Blemkcr, Ray, 127, 206 Blevins, Raymond Lee, 127 Bliem, C. j., jr., 152, 234, 266, 26B 284, 314, 421 Blondheim, C. A., jr., 22-O, 106, 422 Blum, Leonard Carl, 99 Blunt, Thomas Owen, 117 Bly, Thomas G., 127 Boatwright, H. j., jr., 92, 91, 160. 277 1-11, 166, 422 Bobo, jean Edward, 111, 160 Bobo, Kenneth Neil. 99 Bodenhamer, W. T.. jr., 127. 170 , , .l -, . Bcrgert, Fred Lovell, 96, 127, 220 Bergman, David Lester, 127, 330, 368 Berlin, Arnold, 127, 154, 347 Berman, lvl. D., 99, 163. 275, 312, 336 Berman, Stanley Ellis, 99, 152, 234, 310 Bernreuter, Don Lee, 99, 364 Berrey, Larkin Eugene, jr., 99, 345 Berry, Arthur Wayne, jr.., 111, 182 Berry, Wallace W., 99, 334 Best, Cecil Austin, 111, 342 Boerlin. Harold Louis, ll, 127 Bogan, Carl Raymond, 127, 210 Boggs, Blair Allen. 111, 220, 351- Boggs, Robert Eugene, 127 Bohannon, Donald Lamar, 127, 214 Bohannon. Robert Rooks, 127 Bohncrt, Charles E., 127 Boin, Karl Leonard, 111 Bolden, Ronald LaVernc, 11I, 2-10 C omplimenzr 0 f PIIINEER HEDDLE and REED C0. 1574 Murphy AVC-, S- W- Atlanta, Ga. 79 GEORGIA INSTITUTE ZITNIT nm TECHNOLOGY EXPEFFR STATICN Tow BOCA RATON. F'-A' E EIAE TA R GEORG G AN STEEL SE IRON CO- "' ATLAN 9 THE OU TURES D ERE:c'roRs GF STEEL STRUC 5 AN FABRucA'roR JAMES C. PRUITT. JR- -'--' R LUTHER E. HARPER. JR. .,E... . MATIMO cLAvuJo ..,... Lehigh Univefm F. E. de6OL'AN' SR' of Minnesofg C, P, CLARKE -,Ef--E --EE- -R----- - -'E" I I , Georgia Tec FELIX deG0LlAN. JR- -E-- 'E"' """" ' IAN ,,,, UniverSi+Y of Georgla R, L. def5O'- """' """" ' F, """' "-' . GeOf9ia Tech Ge0l'9ia Tech Georgia Tech Ge0f9ia Tech 1'5'F'9" i jAck Holger, P. 290, 295 Boling, JJCL- Bomzr, Slew Bond, Don E Bond, jzckso Bond, joseph Bonduranx, j Bonnen, Ch: Bbone, B. Le Boor, Szmucl Booth, Blfftl Booth, Rusxe' Boaron, Owe Borders, Yerr Borom, M. P ISI, 502, Borom, Wm. Boron, F, Ler Borsh, Richar Burrell, Earle Boxher, john Boswell, Mich Box XX T n:r, Bouchzrd, Rig Bwghnou, Th goulwf. Rub wden, Rllpl Bowen, Darn! Bowen. Frank Bowen, H' I-V 422 BDWCH. john I BDWU. janm BOWVS. :Hhs-rr Bowers, Edu, Bowie, Hugh! gwfifls. Hn.. Bbfman, bmi. Bowmm- Rube Bowman' xx- K Rauf- Harm 1 Wd. Fred gm' Wilmer I W-V11 Bohns, gflikdl, -hgh' Budpnt R-,h radford, laugh B rss, 15. 1' rd' ,' ' Bridf1rJk?axh gndlrf: NSR' radlgv' W-tum Caldwell, jay Francis, II, 112, 206 Caldwell, john E., jr., 128, 156 Callol, Gabriel jose, 314, 425 Calmes, Claude Clark, jr., 112 Cameron, john W., 112, 347 Cameron, Larry Mapp, 128 Cammack, Ernest Grey, jr., 128, 164 Camp, jerome Adolphus, 128 Camp, john Stanford, r., 128, 204 Cgndelg, Cawle Edward H. 100, 342 Campbell I , Homer Lee, jr., 112, 152, 168 Campbell, james Edward, 128 Campbell, john james, 128 Campbell, Rowan Carver, jr., 128, 160 Campbell, William B., 112, 286, 303, 336 Campbell, William Kenneth, 270, 277, 342, 34s, 425 Canacaris, Anthony Nick, 268, 284, 314, 425 Canada, joel Irvin, 128, 174 Cannon Cannon Cannon Hilario Francisco, 425 , Hal W., 112 , john Dudley, 99 Robert Lee, 112 Cannon: Robert S., jr., 99, 168, 284, 328 Cannoy, N. W., jr., 128 Clay to Cantrell, james M., jr., 99 Canty, Charles Lawrence, 99, 240, 362 Cape, Thomas Howard, 128, 164 Carey, Wesley Gordon, jr., 128 Carli, james Cutini, 128 Carlson, Harry Francis, jr., 128 Carmichael, David B., 128, 228, 347 Carnes, Hal Lochridge, jr., 112, 187, 357 Carney, William E., jr., 128, 344 Carpenter, Woodrow, jr., 112 Carr, joe Daniel, 174, 302, 425 Carraway, Donald Wright, 327, 425 Carri, Robert L., 99, 214 Carroll, jess Michael, 112, 350 Carroll, Ronald Neal, 128 Carroll, Sherrell Don, 128 Carron, Edward Louis, 128, 206 Carson, Gerald Paschal, jr., 112, 182 Carson, john King, 112 Carson, Robert Don, 128 Carson, Stanley Lamar, 308, 350, 425 Carter, Howard E., 128 Carter, Buford H., jr., 128 Carter, Don Carlos, 99 Carter, james V., jr., 99 Carter, john Allan, 112 STUDENT INDEX-Continued. Carter, Kenneth Marion, 128, 155 Carter, William jewell, 128, 270, 308 362 Cartledge, Norman Dean, 128, 220 Caruso, j. Stephen, 99, 334 Casacubcrta, Francisco M., 112, 364 Cashin, joseph Edward, 128, 236 Cason, Basil Elmo, 112 Cason, Charles Edward, jr., 128 Cason, Durward Veazy, jr., 412 Cass, Barbara j., 112, 306 Cassetti, Marlowe Dean, 99, 214 Castlen, Wlilliam Goodwin, 128 Cates, George E., 128 Cattaneo, john C,, 99, 236, 278, 342 Cattarin, Robert Eugene, 128, 170 Cauthen, Irvin Leonard, 278, 308, 317 425 Caveny, Leonard Hugh, 284, 314, 320 425 Yi 5 Cenc, Oktay, 128 Cervetti, john M., 112, 156 Chafee, Robert Sherwood, 128 Chafin, Raymond Arden, 129 Chalker, jerry, 129, 161, 280 Chambers, Hugh G., 112, 359 Chambers, joe Lewis, 129 Chambers, Ramon Philip, 100, 278, 308 317, 338 Chambers, Shelby E., 100 Chambless, Bobby D., 112, 360 Chamness, Francis Edens, 112 Champion, Donald Lee, 196, 310, 328 426 Champion, Luther Frederick, 112, 196 270 Chandler, David D., 112, 220, 352 Chandler, George Keel, 100 Chandler, Robert Lee, jr., 129, 206 Chaney, joseph Harold, 100, 196 Chang, Theodore C., 129, 332 Chapin, john Hunt, 225, 308, 317, 426 Chapin, William Marshall, 129 Chapman, Abner Byron, III, 112, 356 357 Chapman, Bob Clements, 129, 191 Chapman, Darrel McLean, 426 Chappell, Hiram Reese, jr., 112 Chappell, john Robert, 129 Chapple, William Edward, III, 129, 344 Charak, Ira, 100, 154, 314 Chaves, Alberto Luis, 112 Cheek, William C-1 .lf-y 1821 2601 262 230, 412 Chcesborough, Frank W-, H, 100: 236 Cheney, Frederick D., Il, 112 Cherry, Bruce Montgomery, 112, 344 Chevalier, Stephen Peter, jr., 129, 214 Chew, Frank Stephens, 129, 179 Chew, jong Ming, 100, 152, 200 Chin, james, 112, 332 Chiossone, Augusto E., 112 Chriss, Donald Edward, 129, 206 Christ, jerry George, 129 Christensen, Phillip ,100, 92, 273, 362 426 Christensen, Ronald L., 129, 204 Christopher, Henry B., 112, 243, 276 335 Chu, james C. F., 100, 332 Cisneros, Manuel Alberto, 129 Clackum, George Lee, 112 Clapsaddle, Arthur Bert, 112 x Cobb, joseph Kenneth, 112 Cobb, Tommy H., 129, 210, 362, 366 Cochran, Carl Amis, 129 Cochran, john Maxcy, jr., 112, 225 Cochran, William Stanley, jr., 350, 426 Codner, Leonard Eugene, 112 Cogan Cohen Cohen Cohen , Robert Manning, 112 , Aaron, 100, 194 Arnold joseph, 113, 194 i Kenneth j., 113, 308 Cohen, Ned Balfour, 129 Cohen, Neil Howard, 113, 232 Cohen William Crosland 100 178 Coil, Samuel Windsor, 129 Coker, Ralph Glynn, 266, 274, 310, 342, 426 Cole, Billy Bragg, 310, 426 Cole, Charles Edgar, III, 129 Cole, David Patterson, 113, 350 Cole, Frank Butler, 100, 308 Cole, Cole, Harold Stephen, 129 julian Victor, 113, 331 Clark, Clark, Billy R., 112 Charles A., 112 Clark, Charles Thomas, 100 Clark, Gary Marshall, 100 Clark, Gilliam, jr., 268, 305, 426 Clark, jerry Arnold, 100, 204, 338 Cla-rk, jerry Eaton, 112 Clark, Lawrence Nelson, jr., 129, 161 Clark, Marion Andrew, 129 Clark, Oliver Watson, jr., 129, 217 Clark, Ralph T., jr., 112 Clark, Richard Andrew, 129, 330 Clark, Walter Lawrence, 129 Clark, William L., III, 112, 174 Clarke, Harvey B., 129, 366 Clarke, joseph Ransom, 129, 217 Clarke Meredith Griggs, 112 Clarkei Robert Alan, II, 112, 210, 327 n, Richard E., ioo, 187, zss, 302 Cole, Wallace Daniel, 113 Colehour, Samuel james, 129 Coleman, Alvin A., 100, 320, 344 Coleman, Frank B, III, 426 Coleman, Hobson Gerald, 170, 426 Coleman, james M., jr., 426 Coleman, Richard Harvey, 129 Coleman, Thomas j., 308, 426 Coley, Kenneth Raymond, 129, 182 Collect, Collier, Richard Ernest, 113, 156 Roger Edward, 93, 220, 266, 281, sos, 328,427 268, Collins, David Conner, 113, 156, 357 Collins, Donald Banks, 113 Collins, Guy Mack, 129 Collins, jimmie Odelll, 317, 427 Collins, Robert H., jr., 100, 182 Collins, William Royce, jr., 100, 156 Clayton, Robert Boone, 426 Cleary, Larry L., 129, 170 Clein, Robert Bernard, 129, 194 Clements, Shirley Vaughn, 242, 308, 426 Clendenen, Robert Lee, 129 Clifton, Ray Francis, 112, 187 Cloar, William Coleman, 129, 156 Close, Thomas Massey, 100, 346 Coan, Robert jeralld, 100, 200, 344 Coats, Barry Wingo, 92, 100, 236, 328 Cobb, Charles K., jr., 161, 260, 262 282, 283, 290, 294, soo, 302, 352 355, 366, 426 Colquitt, Coy Wilborn, 129 Colvin, Ronald K., 129 Comer, jerry Legare, 113, 324, 331, 357 Cometto, Dante james, 100, 272 . Comproni Arnold j., 129 Comstock, Ralph james, 113 Cone, Donald C., 113, 336 Cone, Fred Linton, Sr., 129 Cone, jamie Carroll, 129, 362 Cone, William Garnett, 113 Conley, William Howard, 129 Conley, William joseph, II, 129, 210 Cutter Boat 8: Motor Co. Diftributon 0 f Mastercraft Trailers, Pettit Marine Paints Wilcox Marine Hardware Marine Accessories Potter 8: Bayfield, Inc. Engineering Cmftrnzanfloip ATLANTA, GEORGIA Cadillac . . . "We don? fell all the cam, but we do fell the bert" CAPITAL AUTO-MOBILE COMPANY ELWYN TOMLINSON, Prefialenz W. Peachtree St. 0 Opposite Biltmore Hotel 1 . .3 ,11- ,11- 12 210 , ,362 6 r., 112, 225 V' 1'-, 35 , 112 0' 42 112 13, 194 sos 3 232 1 100 173 29 5 274 310 142 L26 129 13 150 30s 29 ssl 1 129 320 344 426 I 170 426 426 1' 129 S 426 d 129 132 113 156 93 220 266 427 113 156 3:7 115 129 517, 427 100, 18- Jr., 100, 116 129 .3, 324 3 1 117 100 272 9 113 36 9 362 113 C1 129 II, 129, 210 -,- . llc. ...--"'? 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X proudly serves GE o R G 1 A T E CH 484 S .k 1 VE. 9387 il-i ll, Richard john, 100, 308 Ciiiiiijll, Robert Hugh. 266, 310, 330, 427 Connelly, Richard Burke, 11.1. 195 Conner, jimmy HOYI, 129 ConnollY,.l0515P11 Lw, jr" 113' wi Connor, Miles Anthony, Jr., 113, -'10 Conway, Glenn 1-, .l1'-, 111, 154 Cow Cow Cow STUDENT INDEX-Continued. ard, Clauson Ronald, 113 art, john Powell, jr., 129 art, Robert Homer, 129 Cox, Addis Franklin, 113 Cox, Bobby Eugene, 113, 357, 166 Cox, james Nortney, 113, 217 Cox, Walter Ross, 113, 206 Coyle, jack H., 129 , james Franklin, 129 ggglijalbenjamin Hayden, 111, 220, 336, 362 Cook, Charles Leonsrd, 113, 179 Cook, G. Melvyn, 129 Cook Homer, .1151 111 C01-,k jimmy H., jr., 129 Cook jghn Cartwright, 100, 217 Cook johnny FON1, .lf-, 129 C0011 joseph Isaiah, 113 Cook, Marcus E., 100 Cook Merrill Clark, jr., 115, 195 Cook Richard Wolfsohn, 92, 93, 152, , 286, 295, 305, 331, 427 232 Cook, Robert Carroll, 129 Cook, Rodney Wells, 161, 277, 345, 427 Cook, Ted Harmon, 100, 217, 310, 320, 149, 350 Cooper, james Robert, 196, -127 Cooper, Marshall S., 129, 204 Cooper, William Terry, 111, 129, 225 Copeland, Arthur 1091, lf-, 11-1, 191 Copeland, john Roscoe, 129, 182 Copeland, William Robert, jr., 113, 210 Cordell, james Donald, 312, 427 Cordell, William Forrest, jr., 129, 161 Cording, Robert H., jr., 100, 187 Corn, R01JB1't j., 266, 268, 278, 303, 427 C01-nley, Robert Walker, 129, 364 Corron, Charles William, 113 Cosner, jerry L., 113 Cossitt, Richard Edwin, 100, 228 Casson, Gustavo Luis, 129 Cothran, Alfred Raymond, 129 Cottle, Donald 1.ee, 206, 334, 427 Cottraux, Stephen P., jr., 100, 132 Cottrell, Lester Shirley, ,lf-, 129, 330, 360 Cuurson, james H., 129 Coursey, j. R., 113 Courtney, john David, 308, 317, 427 Cowan, Charles A., jr., 428 Cowan, Edward Lafayette, jr., 100, 220 Cowan, Gene Paul, 129 Cowan, joel Harvey, 113, 156, 341 Crabb, Michael Alexander, jr., 129, 228 Craddock, Charles judson, 129, 2-13 Craddock, Gerald Graves, 236, 2116, 318, 328, 428 Craig, Gerald Francis, 129, 164 Craig, Harold Frederick, 129 Crandall, Colvin Henry, jr., 152, 179, 428 Craver, Larry Wayne, 113, 360 Crawford, Freddie W., 236, 4211 Crawford, Lawrence Robert, 113, 236, 356, 362 Creighton, Albert Frederick, jr., 129, 344 Cremoans, Cliff Allen, 129, 220 Cremin, joseph W., 100, 240, 318 Crenshaw, Edgar McCarthy, 306, 428 Creson, Roy Franklin, jr., 113, 217 Crews, joseph Lee, jr., 113, 170 Criley, jerome Earle, 428 Cripe, Roger D., 345, 428 Crisp, Charles Douglas, 113 Crisp, Paul Edward, 129 Crockard, Francis Hearne, jr., 129, 191 Cromwell, joseph S., jr., 113, 197, 306, 328 Cronic, Eugene Aubury, 113 Croskeys, Henry Guerin, jr., 228, 314, 428 Cross, Raymond j., jr., 113 Clow, David Coleman, 129 Crow, Thomas G., 113, 240 Crowe, Anne Claire, 113 Crudup, Edward A., jr., 100, 179 Crumbley, Thomas Carlton, 100, 342, 345 Crumley, Wh11i,am Franklin, 129 Crumpton, Charles L., 316, 412 Crutchfield, james S., 11, 113 Cucchiara, Peter F., 129 Culbertson, jack Troy, 129 Culbertson, Thomas Wade, 129 Culfogienis, George A., 100 Culp, W-alter Ray, jr., 182, 428 Culpepper, Ronald M., 129, 243 CUmminss,H.n,1.1 B., 111, nn., 172 27s, :so Cumminsm John L., jr.. loo, isr. Cunard, Edward Albert. 111 Cunningham, Donald David, 119, 11.4 Cunningham. 1.,1,,, Michael. iz-, Currey, james Henry, 129, 214, 14.4, Currys John Charles, jr., 111, 179. 2711 Curtis, Daniel B., 113, 191, 162 Curtis, john Peter, lou, Z0-1, us, 11.1, Curtis, john Ray, 156, 27-1, -12x CUU1811l, Eugene A., 100 D Dadisman, hvilliam Ernest, 129 Dahlke, C. Wayne, 129, 137 D'Alcssio, Arthur Thomas, 129, Il-1 Dallas, Eugene j., 113, 206 Dalton, Philip Richard, 320. 1-11, -123 Daly, Paul M., 129 D71-miC0, Julian. jr., 210, zs-1, 1.11, :ix Daneman, jacob, 129 Danforth, Harry Porter, jr., 129 Dangcrlield, Lionel Sidney, 113 Daniel, Anthony M., 129 Daniel, David Thomas, 129, 1112, 10N Daniel, james Robert, 113 Daniel, Thompson Gaines, jr., 92, 1111, 283, 366, 428 Daniell, Frederick Hamilton, 129 Daniell, Hal S., jr., 113 Daniels, William Drexel, 310. 160. 42X Donner, Paul A., 20-1, ZS-1, 31-1,12S, -1224 Dantzler, Bryan Oliver, 100. 187, 11.6 Darden, Billy Ray, 129, 17-1 Darden, june Fosco, 129 Darden, Levien D., jr., 27X, 308, -129 Darroch, Robert Duncan, 100, 317 Dasher, Donovan Francis, 129, 2.16, 270 Daugherty, Hubert C., jr., 275, 112, 429 Daughters, Wynn L., 100, 342 Dauphin, Vernon M., 2-10, 310, 320, 118, 342, 429 Davenport, Thomas Frederick, jr., 52, 217, 274, 290, 429 Davidson, james Irvin, jr., 129 Davidson, Kenneth Wendell, 129 Davidson, William Carroll, 100, 112, 174, 12s Davies, Terence R., 129, 164 Davis, Arthur XVi1lis, jr., 113, 366 Davis, B111 H., 266, 268, 31-1,-129 Davis, Carl George, 129, 170 Da vi S. D. jack, IM, 114, 1011-413 11-1115, Donald l.amar, 111 Dans. Edward Nurman,1I" Dasn. Edward NY., 11111, 1s1., 1,1 1 2-vu. 1-as ' Dans. 1.mcri Gr.-nc. 111 17-IHS. Herbert .X1an,1I1 Davis, lra D.. jr.. lm D.1vns.jami-1 1lrrman,1111, 113, gt.. 111115. james Tliiiniw, 1111 Davis. h1arcusA., 1111 Dhis. hlckiammic lx. 1111, 11' Davis, Michael Anrhnni, 1111, 21' 4 Davis. 1'aul Herlscrl, 11111, 111 Davis. Richard lilmnn. 111 Davis, Thomas Andrus, 11111, :gn Dax' ison, joe lciirr, 11111, 11' D-Ween. Tulls' james, 110, 111. Day.Ceeil11.. iw Das Dqa , Dua . john Tucker, jr., "nv 111s 322, .11,1,, -12-1 1 Thomas ll.. 110 n. joe llenry, 1111 Dean, O. K... jr.. 111, 119, 1i,1, DeArmond. Mas Eldon, 100 De., ts, Patrick Michael. 1111. 214, 11-1 Dellocr, Michael Richard. Ill' Dellardenas, Gonzalo. 111 Decker, W'illiard1i., lon Det-se, Marion Drew, 1111 Derlowitt, jack R., lun, 1114 llejarnette. lirrd Ruarl., lllll, is 7117 1111 1-19 DcLafossc, Roy lfugene. jr.. 111 DcLancy, Donald Rolserl. 111. 197 111 DeLind, john Williard. 111. 1111, IN DeLong, Glen 1... 1011, 1-11 Demarest. john T.. 100 Dehiars, Charles T., 106, 162, -129 Denby. Don 13urlu:.jr., 111, 197 Denmark, Robert, 1111, -129 Denning. Richard G., 11-1, 4.9 Dennis, Larry Myles, 110 Dcnson, 3X'illiam l5rank,111 Denton. Phililp D., jr., 116, 114 1 -129 DcVani:, Richard Wfilsh. jr.. 9- 10 266,Z611,2R-1,31-4,321.1-19,-110 Dewhirst, john Ward, 110, 197 1111 362 Dewhurst, Robert Leon, 110. 21-1 DeXVolf. james 1.evay, 2631, 1115, -110 Diamond, Earl l'1i:inl. 111 151 Mills S freer, N. U. S. M SAIC TILE C0., IN . TILE - TERRAZZO - MARBLE -MOSAIC - SLATE CONTRACTORS W Atlanta 1, Georgia 1- , fig, 1 1 ' Sales Service Parts EAST P01 T FURD C0. 1230 N. Main St. EAST POINT, GA. RA. 2121 ...ki- 605 Forsyfh Bldg. ATLAN A SAND A SU Established 1903 R01.1.0 WASHED SAND WA. 3302 PPLY C0. Atlanta, GU- 185 , J C omplimentr 0 f STEEL by CALVERT We, the ufndersigned, helped to make . Merry Brothers Brick 8: Tile Company K. H. Merry E. B. Merry, Jr. D. L. Nowell, Jr. Pierce Merry, Jr. AUGUSTA, GEORGIA The LARGEST, and the- BEST producers of Structural Clay Products in the '18 '28 '39 '50 Southeast O. C. Lee, Jr. '42 F. C. Cheney, jr. '42 R. H. Sherman, Jr. '49 W. F. Dillard jf. Dec. '51 486 Diaz. 5 Dick, l Dick. I Dickc!'f Dickson Dicus, l Dietlcli Ditilef. Dillard. Dilrs, If Dimony Dix, Rl' Dixon, l Djujich, Dobson, Dodd, C' Dodd. 13 Docldiy C Dodge, V Dolan, K' Doliand, Dolson, F Donzldsor Donaldsor Donnelly, Dcnnignn. Dorn, PIU Dougan. l 314, 4 Dnughrilt' 270, 3 Douglas, C Dover, R0l Dowdey, C Dowdle, D Dowler, Rc Downey, R 286, 31 Downing, E Downing, l 338 Downs, jan 346, 43 Dozier, Wil Drake, l.oui' Dressler, Ch Driesslein, Y Driggcrs, Ra Driggers, Tl' Driskell, Ric Drourr, Step Drowns, Rot HS ' ' S Ri MA R T - iii ' Mi uel A., 113 Geirge Adams, 113, 347, 357, 366 Dick, Phillip Wayne, 130 Dickey, Otis L., .lf-1 115 Dickson, Ronald Edward, 310, 430 Dicus, Frederick Barefoot, 130 Dietzel, George W., jr., 304, 305, 430 Diiiley, James J., 182, 328, 430 Dillard, Larry Sanders, 130 Dilts, Jerry E4 217, 5061430 Dimon, john Taft, jr., 234, 328, 430 Dix, Richard Eugene, 114, 270 Dixgn, Ronnie Mack, 130 Djujieh, Radivoj, 114, 270 Dobson, jerry Wayne, 130, 366 Dodd, Charles Everett, 130 Dodd, james H., 316, 412 Dodds, Charles Lewis, jr., 114, 156, 304 Dodge, William Douglas, 130, 200 Dolan, Kenneth john, 130 Doliand, George Norman, 317, 430 Dolson, Richard R., 130, 165 Donaldson, Carl Leon, 11'-3 100 Donaldson, William B., 114, 187 Donnelly, William Thomas, 130 Donnigan, Alan Edward, 114 Dorn, Paul L., jr., 100, 217 Dongan, William joseph, 266, 268, 284, 314, 430 Dougherty, Fred William, jr., 130, 174, 270, 338 Douglas, George Robert, 130, 187 Dover, Robert L., 100, 350 Dowdey, Charles Ferrell, 130 Dowdle, Donald Eugene, 130 Dowler, Robert, 114, 170 Downey, Richard Allen, 100, 174, 265, 286, 317 Downing, Bernard Dent, 114, 200 Downing, Robert Ryon, jr., 100, 179, 338 268, zss, 327, 346, 4 Dozier, Drake, Louis N., 130, 225 Dressler, Charles Robert, jr., 114 Driesslcin, William George, 114, 152, 240 Driggcrs, Randolph William, 130, 182 Driggers, Thomas M., 114 Driskell, Richard Houston, 156, 275, 431 Drourr, Stephen jay, 130, 232, 310, 320 Drowns, Robert Ernest, 100, 268, 287, 318 Downs, james P., 266, 31 W. . 1111a.m A., 431 STUDENT INDEX-Confinued. Dryden, Allen N., jr,, 130, 220 DuBard, james Leroy, 130, 220, 352 DuBose, Robcrt Francis, 100, 174 Duckett, Kermit Earl, 114, 270, 346 Dufeny, Max Leroy, 130 Duffey, Mack Terrell, jr., 431 Dugan, William S,, jr., 100, 230, 335 360 ' Duhig, james j., 114 Duncan, Cecil S. R., 114 Duncan, David Archie, 114 Duncan, Frank Dennis, 130 Duncan, Glenn E., 431 Duncan, Robert Tyns, 130 Du.ndervill, Walter Earl, 100, 174 Dunham, Kenneth Bernard, 130, 344 Dunlap, James C.. Jr., 217, 345, 431 Dunlap, Leslie Alvin, 100 Dunlap, William Anderson, 216, 262, 314, 320, 323, 348, 431 Dunn, Charles Eugene, jr., 100, 156, 348 Dunwody, Eugene Cox, 179, 261, 263, 268, 348, 416 Dupre, Andrew Hibben, jr., 312, 431 Dupree, Charles XVesley, 100, 270, 278, 308, 3177, 360 Dupree, George Conley, jr., 130, 225 Durand, Gerald Clifford, 130 Durling, Robert Sayers, jr., 100, 204, 308, 347 Durrett, Thomas jackson, III, 130, 360 Duskin, john Williford, jr., 101, 187, 270, 346 Edge, Gwtgc Stevens, 130 Edmondson, Ronald Smith, 130, 179 hdmondsoni Stephen W'i1liam, 130 Edmondson, Zack Frank, 130 ' 360 Edward? Benllmin Dawson, 130, 214 Edwards, jack Donham, 114. 221 U I?dW3fdS, james V7i11iam, 130 Ldwggis- l0SsPh Lee, jr., 101, 174, 270, Edwards, Monroe S.,114, 270, 317 Edwards. Richard Charles, 288, 3-16 411 hdwards, Ronald Lee, 130, 216 ' ' Edwards, Theodore L., 114, 200, 352 Eiscnbach, Robert Leonard, jr., 200, 304, A 305, 431 Eisinger, john Ludwig, 101 Elder, Thomas Ross, 101 Epstein, Warren Martin, 154, Ng, 395 432 Ergle. john Lollin, 412 lzrickson. Gerald Francis, 114, ggi, ass Erikson, Richard, 91-, 312, 411 liilcnkottcr. Donald, 110, Zim Ernsbergcr. Gale Richard, 114 Erskine, Frederick Charles, lm, lt? Eacobar. Luis C:r1os, 312, -U2 Escribano, julio, 110 llskew, Henry Lawrence, 130, 1-al Esmond. joel Barry, 1111, lu, in Espy, Goodman Basil, 111. lol, 14,1- 272. 360 ESPY. james Harry, 314. 335, Msn, 413 Estes, joseph Thrash, jr., 114, 151-, 'vt-I Estes, Richard Donald, ll-I Ethcrcdge, Otis Ronrcid. jr., 130 Ethridgc, Fredrick Allen. 216, 301, 411 Eldvgi, Raymond Kenneth, jr., 130, 197, 4 Elierbec, Alfred Willis, 225, 296, 300, 431 Ellington, Thomas Gaines, jr., 101, 272, 276, 305, 322 Ellington, William Luthur, 130 Ellis, George Ray, 114, 187 Ellis, Ellis, james Albert, 130 Marion Donald, 114, 350 Ellis, Marvin Gene, 101, 342 Ellis, Robert Park, 130, 217 Ellis, Robert W., 114 Ellis, Terry Lee, 130 Ellis, Elmo Thomas Grahm, jr., 130 re, David W., 130 Dutton, Robert Gordon, 130 Dyal, XVi1liam Dorsey, 130 Dyches, john Bennjamine, III, 114 Dye, William Newton, jr., 174, 306, 431 Dyer, Frederick Byron, 101, 288, 346 Dyer, Gene Perdue, 345, 431 Dyke, james Trester, 130, 217 Dykstra, William F., jr., 130, 211, 346 E Eagle, Donald F., 412 Eastham, Clarence Stacey, jr., 130, 362 Easton, Margaret jacklyn, 114, 362 Eaton, Charles Frederick, 200, 431 Eaton, Ernest Lester, 101, 280 Eaton, Geoffrey B., 101 Edelmain, Melvyn Ira, 130, 232, 368 Edelman, Robert M., 130, 270 Eden, Ralph M., jr., 93, 217, 318, 431 Edenfield, james Clyde, 101, 225 Elrod, Robert William, 130, 234, 352 Elrod, Thomas jackson, jr., 130, 204, 366 Elsberry, Thomas Lewis, 130 Embry, john Milam, 130 Emery, Donald Koch, jr., 114, 318 Emmett, William Webster, 130 Enderson, Laurence William, jr., 130, 342 Endom, Donald Patrick, 114, 174 Engel, Richard Emmett, 170, 305, 431 Engel, Richard T., 130,194 English, Harley Bruce, 101, 217, 276 English, Robert L., 101 Enloe, Harvey, 130, 165 Enloe, Lee H., 11, 432 Ennis, james Melvin, jr., 284, 314, 432 Epperson, Charles Reeves, 130 Epps, Ernest Patrick, 92, 93, 161, 314. 432 Eudy. Charles W'il1iam, 130, we-, Ju- Evans, Alan Clyde, 1311, 171 Evans, Alfred D., 130 Evans, Charles Edward, 101 Evans, Clidord james, jr., 101, 174,116 lisans, Colcy Lee, 110, 217 Evans, Fredrick Drew, jr., 101 Evans, Harold Clayton, 110 Evans, Larry Fowl, 130, 207 Evans, Ronald Eugene, 110, 236 Ewell, Harleigh P., 130, 165 Ewing, David Lloyd, 150, 318 F Faber. joseph P., 110 Faglier, Richard Warren, 114, 174 Fair, Roy Vaughn, 236, -132 Falcon, Glenn Davis. 11-1, 241, 131- lfalta, Ronald W'.,ll'11.156,335 Falvcv, Henry T., 114 Farfcl, Martin Irvin, 11-1, 154, 270, lf-S Farill, Trent G., 114 Farish, james Franklin, 110 Farlow, Robert Edward, 110 Farmer, Bobby Franklin, ll-1, 172 Farmer, NVilliam Caroll, jr., 11-1. 204 Fausold, h1:1rshall,jr., 114, 134 Faust, Frank B., jr., 432 Faust, Ralph Robert, 101, 275, 312 liaxas, Eduardo V., 11-I Federico, joseph, 130 Fee, Gene Boyer, 11-1 Fcinman, Howard Elliott, 130, 194 ATLANTA AGGREGATE COMPANY, INC. 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X Manufacturers of "DUTCH , or contact y 2" ly ,, . - H,S.CanHe1d lilly BOY quality paints W 468 Buckland Rd., N. W. and lead Products QA Tel. EX. 87 17 Manufactured by IIERFF-JONES C0-. 400 Bishop St., N. W. Feinman, Marvin Alain, 114, 154, 368 Felker, joseph Knox, 433 Fclty, Hoyt, jr., 130, 182 STUDENT INDEX-Continued. Fournier, john R., 278, 308, 433 Fourqurean, William Edward, 101, 214 Fowler, Charles Ralph, 114, 360 Ferguson, Max Gilbert, 130 Fernandez, Antonio, 416 Ferrell, Steve Kiward, jr., 131 Field, Steven Elliott, 131, 234 Fields, William Henry, 131, 360 Figge, Irving Edward, 131 Filippelli, Donald F., 114 Fincher, james Scott, 114 Fincher, julian Winfield, 131, 236 Fink, Delford R., 131 Finley, William Charles, 131 Finnell, Harold Mortimer, 101, 278 Fisher, Gordon Francis, Il, 114, 207 Fisher, james Richard, 114 Fisher, William j., jr., 241, 268, 433 Fiveash, james Malcom, 310, 412 Flasrerstein, Stuart Lenis, 131, 154, 367 Fleetwood, Robert Wilbur, 131, 171 Fleming, George David, 131, 362 Fleming, Samuel Hale Sibley, 114, 217 Flctchall, Donald Edward, 284, 412 Fletchall, Geraild Wayne, 101, 187, 272 Fletcher, Charles A., 114, 207 Flinchum, john Allen, 114 Flink, Lawrence G., 114, 194 Flint, Lucien Austin, 131 Flood, Paul Murphy, 114, 225, 328 Floyd, Carl McKinley, jr., 101, 234 Floyd, james Marvin, 366, 433 Floyd, Philip Lynn, 131 Flynt, james Lewis, 131 Flynt, james William, 131 Folsom, Leon Lamar, jr., 131 Fontana, Charles Ernest, 114, 207 Fonts, Eladio Larry, 131 Fonville, Alton David, jr., 131, 182, 366 Forbes, Alexander C., 131 Ford, james Lane, 114, 225 Ford, james Thomas, 131, 171 Ford, joseph Scott, III, 93, 101, 225, 287, 318 Ford, Roy Edward, jr., 175, 290, 314, 433 Forsythe, C. Gerald, 131 Forsythe, Richard W., 101 Forthman, john Henry, 131 Fortson, Clyde Marion, jr., 101, 225 Fortune, john William, 114 Foster, Dennis Parker, 221, 310, 360, 433 Foster, jackie Travis, 131 Fowler, james V., 131 Fowler, john Robert, 284, 413 Fowler, Lynn Curry, 182, 328, 433 Fox, William Irvine, jr., 114, 221, 322, 326 Franco, Aaron M., 413 Franco, Manuel Salvador, jr., 114 Frandolig, joseph T., 114 Frank, Patrick Henry II, 131, 221, 362 Franklin, Burton Ernest, 131, 225 Franklin, Curtis Francis, 131, 314 Franklin, M. Glen, 433 Freck, Charles Anthony, 114, 241 Frederick, Sinclair Acred, jr., 114, 165, 270 Free, Donald Lowell, 131, 330 Freedenthal, Carol, 101, 154, 299, 368 Freeman, Thomas Smith, 156, 308, 326, 433 Freeman, William johnson, 114 Freeny, Stanley L., 114 Freid, Ralph K., 114, 155 Freshwater, Philip L., 101, 200 Friedman,, Robert F., 101, 154, 318 Frisbee, Edward M., 101, 312, 328, 364 Froelich, Raymond Frank, 131 Fudge, Thomas G., 101, 305 Fuentes, Roland Wilson, 236, 290, 318, 325, 328, 364, 433 Fugitt, Benjamin Garrett, jr., 114, 217, 320 Fuglaar, Rudolph N., 101, 306 Fulcher, james Edward, 131 Fulcher, Sim B., 131, 217 Fuller, Clayton, jr., 114 Fuliler, Steven H., jr., 191, 303, 433 Funk, Beuford Harold, jr., 114, 207, 338 Fuqua, Qucntis Garland, 131, 207 Furbish, james Paul, 114, 165 Fussell, john William, 101 G Gable, Raymond Lewis, 131 Gabriel, George, jr., 114, 165 Gadrix, Vincent Edward, 131 Gallagher, Lawrence Patrick, 101, 270, 313, 364 Gallion, George A., 131 Galloway, David F. S., III, 114, 200 Galloway, Philip L., 131 Gambill, Richard Kemp, 101, 221 Gamblin, Charles Robert, 115, 221, 314 Gammons, Vance Snelson, 115 Gandia, Albert Antonio, 131, 200, 364 Gandy, Albert F., 211, 274, 328, 433 Gandy, Earnest Earl, 115, 335 Gandy, William Edward, 115 Gantt, john Robert, 131, 221 Garner, james Lewis, 312, 433 Garrard, Holt Van Leonard, 115, 156, 343 Garrett, joel McCall, 115, 217 Garrett, William jerry, 115, 187 Gartner, William B., 115, 187, 364 Garvin, Patrick Pattillo, 131, 364 Gary, George William, jr., 131, 344 Gatliff, james Irvin, 314, 433 Gaver, Charles C., jr., 131, 175 Gay, Arthur Orman, 131 Gly, Donald Mirller, 274, 310, 320, 433 Gay, Kermit Earl, 115, 171, 344 Gay, Robert Milton, 131, 175 Gazaway, Arthur j., jr., 101 Geiger, john Franklin, 131, 156 Gentry, james Earl, 131, 197 Germain, Charles Lindberg, 101 Garnatt, Paul W., 101 Getman, Ronald Kenneth, 101, 345 Gevas, Nicholas j., 115 Gheesling, Sam E., 101 Gibbs, Wesley Waits, jr., 115, 270 Gibson, Haywood Lamar, 101, 342 Gibson, Thomas F., jr., 131, 207 Gibson, Thomas Nauce, III, 131, 207 Giddings, james Irvin, III, 156, 434 Gil, Laureano Frederick, 131 Gilbert, George Jehn, 115, 187, 347, 364 Gilbert, Walter Clayton, 115, 165 Gilbertson, Roger George, 101, 220, 272, 278, 308, 317, 320, 347, 352 Gilbreath, Eddie Washington, jr., 101, 207, 328 Giles, Arthur P., 115 Giles, Benjamin Franklin, jr., 131 Giill, Nelson Waters, jr., 131, 225 Gillem, Richard Douglas, 115, 217 Gillespie, Fred Thomas, 131 Gilliam, Robert Norris, 131 Gilliam, Wil-liam Reid, 101, 207 488 Gilliland, Clinton Redmond, 131 Gilliland, james Franklin, 131 Gillis, Alva Knox, jr., 115 Gilmer, Teddy Wade, 101, 221, 272, 366 Gilmore, Richard Alston, 131,331 Girard, Edward Henry, III, 131, 208 Giroir, Harold joe, 115, 229 Giuntini, Ronald Edwards, 131 Glantzberg, Frederic E., jr., 115, 187 Glasure, Robert Todd, 131, 344 Glazier, Weyman Alezander, jr., 115, 179, 348, 350 Glenn, Charles Gilmer 131 Glenn, jack, jr., 131, 217 Glenn, Robert W., 115, 366 Glusing, William Holmes, 131 Goad, Francis A., 115, 208, 338 Godbee, Herschel Willcox, 413 Godfrey, Claude Spencer, 131 Godfrey, Lonnie Lee, 131 Godley, james Edward, jr., 131 Godwin, Robert Owen, 115 Goembel, Marvin H., 115 Goetz, Robert Charles, 131, 156, 364 Goforth, Bobby Wilks, 131 Goins, Roderich Lee, jr., 115 Gold, Donald Seymour, 131, 232, 368 Golden, Edward R., 131, 360 Goldsmith, jere Wioklilfe, 217, 277, 286, 333, 345, 434 Goldwasser, jerry, 115, 194 Gomez, Basilio V., 101, 314 Gonzalez, jose jaime, 131, 331, 364 Gonzalez, jose Pedro, 131 Gonzalez, Rafael. 115 Gonzalez, Raul j., 101,314 Goode, james joseph, 101, 288, 349, 350 Goode, joseph Anderson, 131 Goode, Martin E., III, 131, 191 Goodhew, john William, III, 131, 182 Goodloe, john Mills, 115, 157 Goodman, Frederick I., jr., 101, 155. 336 . Goodroe, William j., 131 Goodson, joseph Watson, 131, 191 Goodwyn, Charlu Alexander, jr., 115 Gookin, Richard Boyd, 115, 350 Gooflsby, Henry Carl, 131 Goralczyk, Gerald M., 131 Gorbandt, Kellett, 131 Gordon, Ivan H., 276, 413 sf, fghw Air UL01 the ciez in 1 oue. Of J emi Q.. 6 Ti'.g'i' . ww 6 zhsnw ., . eff, A . - we ffl- ' 5 A fo Q' ha . Q . 'L ,il ff NZ," du .. , '35, Aiw- 0 4 X 1 H1 1 X Airview of Hayes Aircraft modification plant, one of the rrwst rnoclern and effi- cient facilities of its kind in the United States, with over 1,000,000 square feet of floor space and 5,500 employees. Posrrlous IN 6-7561 AIRCRAFT INDUSTRY 513:31 OPEN FOR YOUNG ENGINEERS l1ii11217 366 7 ' I 11,1 1 zos J P If .ai .-t, 229 0 1i,-, I 1, 344 We J 'I' Hayes Aircraft Corporation offers young graduate engi- Q neers. an unusual opportunity to obtain practical experi- win ence ln electronics, aerodynamics, aerophysics and design, 1114131 powerli plan: and Enechanical installation, testing and 131 . opera lon o alrcra t. U U1 N z Yiour job at Hayes will include work on major aircraft, H H6 36, N A giving you widely diversified and highly valuable personal 1:15 training in fundamental design problems. You will be 113160212 given ample opportunity and encouragement to develop 217 777 we X your own talent and skill in many fields of aeronautical gi research. 1 H1 If you can qualify, Hayes offers you a good position near home with advancement as rapidly as your aptitude justifies, and with a future of unlimited possibilities. 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SPANG CHALFANT - Conduit and E.M.T. The full resources of Edgar E STEEL CITY - Outlet Boxes and Fittings Dawes 3, Company are 0, WAGNER - E-M-'L Fll'fil19S your disposal for better elec- Gordon, d Ggf on, Gott. Th Gofminf Garmin, GUSS, .lo Gossage, 263, Gorhard, Gozsch, F Gould, D Gould, R Gould, F 434 Gawing, Gracy, R' Graham, Granados, 364 Granclusk' Granger, Granr, W 350, 1 Grau, lofi Gravenmis 336, 2 Graves, G, Graviano, .364 Gravirr, C Gray, Dav Gray, juli Gray, Tho Greasel, jc Green, Low Green, Mic Green, Rok Green, Wi 349, 3 Green, Wil Greenacre, Greenbaum Greendling4 .368 Greene, Oli Greene, Raj Greene, Rol Greene, Rel Greenszein, Greer, Lee ' Gregg, Ron ii In KINDORF - Conduit 81 Pipe Supports tricol service. E E DAWES. 113 X . . , X 5 ZZ FE N. 551 SUP" has en' ge fha' of Your Gordon, .lohn Brown' Jr" 131' 187 ' 3 G don Wills G-5 41 Giiiie, Thomas ROSBFS, Jf-r 131 hn G., 131 gofzjiii limes Daniel, 208, 310, 334, 434 6355 J:-,lm Michael, 263, 278, 454 Goss3S6, Tommy Layton! 92, 95, 266' gas, sro, 454 Gothud, Grady Lee, 101, 197, 317 Gotsch, Robert D., 131 Gould, David Wilfred, jr., 115 G uld, Robert Barns, 131 Giiuld, Robert SimPS0n, 220, 275, 280, 434 Gowgng, Charles james, 131, 241 Gney, Ronald Alsberry, 131 G ham, Preston Don, 217, 3455 434 H A 1, Jr 131 344, Granados, Juan mon' ' '1 ' 364 Grandusky, james Francis, jr., 131 G er ,Luther G., 115 Walter Burton, 92, 93, 179, 277, 550' 434 111 s 314 G , orge Alberto. , 11 , Giiiienirrier, Jack Edwin, 101, 304, 325 336, 544 Graves, Gerald Lawrence, 131 Graviano, Richard Anthony, 131, 234 364 Gravitt, Charles Andrew, 131 Gray, David William, 234, 434 GUY, Julian joseph, III, 131, 157 Gray, Thomas E., 115 Grersel, John E., 152,187, 30s, 435 Green, Lowell Shellman, 131 Green, Michael I., 131, 232 Green, Robert Herman, 131 Green, William Edwin, jr., 217, 345 349, 350, 435 Green, Willliam joe, 115, 304 Greenacre Geor e Russell, 236, 505, 435 S Greenbaurh, Gilbert Arnold, 131, 155 Greendlingcr, Michael Leonard, 131, 232, 368 Greene, Olin L., jr., 131 Greene, Ray Edward, 115 Greene, Robert W.. 115, 211 Greene, Reginald Eugene, 115, 241 Greenstein, Leonard, 132, 155 Greer, Lee V., 101, 217 Gregg, Ronald Dan, 132, 225 sruoem 1Noex-c.,.,,i,,,,,,,,, Gregory, Percival Cabell, III, 115, 168 Gresham, Harold Edwin, 152 Gresham, Herbert Ray, 152 Grey, Edward R., jr., 101, 152, 221 Grifin, Charles Hayes, jr., 132 Griffin, Earl Franklin, II, 317, 435 Grithn, Floyd Silas, jr., 308, 317, 360, 4.55 Griffin, Martin McGee, 101, 304 Griffin Samuel Marvin, jr., 115, 217 Griliin, , Thomas Aloysius, III, 152, 225 Grilflth, Donald Edwin, 413 Grigg, Sterling Tucker, jr., 132, 191, 362 Grimes, Clifford Brown, 115 Grimes, George Hammond, jr., 115, 221, 270, 364 Grimes, jimmy M., 115 Haddon, Thomas Edward, ml, H7 H, Hagler, Danforth Waterman ta 1 - gill' james Graham, lj2 ' 1'-'16, Ulf, troy McCurr ', 152, 204 1 ' Hall Alfred LaVande, 101, 331' I lb Hall, Don Stiles, 152 Hall Donald Fordham, 115, 222 Hall Earl William, 456 Hall George McCracken, 101, 254 Hall George Richard, 115 Hall Henry Daniel, 152 Hall, Howard Lee, jr., 115 Hall, james Allen, 229, 301, 456 Hall John Franklin, 115, 187, 566 Hall Milton Samuel jr, IIS 370 ' 1 1 1 . 366 Hall. Thomas Hartley, 115, 191, 551 352,362 Hall, William K., jr., 115 Hall. William Richard, 132 Hannah, XY'illiam WH 101, lt' Harber, Harry Gurdon, IS-1, 114 411, Hlfdff- James Edward, lr., 1.11, pt. 516, sas ' Harden, james Curry. 112 Harden, William Dt-ating. 111, 111' ,gg Hardie. Newton G., jrw og, IM' :HL 265. 266, 268, 183, 2-vo. 52s, 111, an. Hardin. Godfrey Picrecc, 152 Hardin. Lawrence liverett. Ili Hardin, Robert Toombs, 152 Hardison. Robert Hartwell, 152 Hardy, Edwin Lemial. 102 Hardy, john B., jr., 111 Hardy, Richard H:-rbert. 152 Hargis, David S.. 281, HJ, 457 Harling, Ben LeRoy. jr., 102 Harlow, Dennis L., 102 Harman, jefferson Hopkins, 152. 171 1 Grindley, Thomas, 352, 358, 562, 413 Grisanti, Armando, 435 Grogan, john W., 101, 187, 347 Groover, Clifford Clayton, jr., 101 Groover, Robert Lee, 115, 175 Grosch, Henry Alexander, 132 Gruber, Morton M., 101 Grudelsky, Erwin Manuel, 101, 195 Gudger, Frank Holder, jr., 132, 221, 360 Guerrero, Fernando V., 347, 364, 435 Guest, Robert L., Sr., 132 Guiin, Willie S., jr., 310, 320, 435 ' Guggolz, Allani D., 115, 214 Gumble, Stanley K., 152, 195, 520, 328, 345, 435 Gunn, jack Neil, 132 Gunter, Curtis Wayne, 115, 237 Gurley, Thomas Brook, 132, 179 Gurney, Isaac M., 132 Gutcrmuth, john Michael, 152, 229 Guthman, Richard A., jr., 274, 436 Guthrie, George Thomson, 101, 157 Gutierrez, jose Manuel, jr., 456 Guy, David E., 132, 331 Guyton, Geames Wesley, 132 Gwin, Paul H., 171, 314, 436 H Haar, Dan, 115 Habeeb, joseph William, 132 Hackett, Priestbury Thomas, 101, 187, 272 Hf1lliday,Henry Clay, jr., 152, 171 Halligan, john joseph, 115 Halpern, Donald F. 115, 331, 357 Halpern, Gilbert Norman, 132, 195 Hamblen, Robert Atwood, 152, 211 Hamby, Franklin Harrison, 132 Hamby, Herbert Olander, r., 115, 171 Hamby, james Glenn, 132 J Hamer, Robert C., 115, 175, 310 Hamilton, Charles Harry, 101, 217 Hamilton, Richard Russell, 115, 204 Hamilton, Talbot Rex, 115 Hamlin, Carl Anthony, jr., 152 Hamlin, jack Parks, jr., 132 Hamman, Henry Royden, 152, 192 Hammond, Wayne Richmond, 152 Hammons, james Harvey, 115, 504 Hammontree, jesse Frank, 115 Hamon, Bruce L., 152, 208 Hanchett, Richard Mather, 152 Hancock, Charles Irvin, 284, 514, 360 436 Hancock, john Philip, 115, 352 Hancock, William Kyle, 504, 456 Hand, Calvin Hutcherson, jr., 132 Hand, Charles Albert, jr., 115, 508, 317 Hand, Ronald R., 132 Haney, jerry Everett, 132 Haning, Roy Lewis, 152, 229, 502, 555 360, 436 Hankins, Donald Mack, 302, 335, 360 436 Hanna, Ronald Frederic, 96, 101, 157 355, ass, 560 Harmon, Lawrence Kenneth, jr.. 152, 157 Harmon, XY'illiam F., jr..152, 157 Harnagc, Mallie jay, jr., 152 Harper, Clements L., 111, 115, 1512 Harper, Lloyd W,, 115, 55S Harper, Richard Mann, 116, 112, IM Harrell, Bobby L., 282, -157 Harrell, David Martin, 152. 182 Harrell, Donald R., 116, 566 Harrell. Frank C., 102, 191, ns Harrell, Olin justin, jr.. 152,117 Harrell, Robert W., 502. 501, 111. 457 Harrell, Thomas Benjamin, lr., 116, 551, Ilarrell, Wlilliam Hines, jr., 116, 211, 366 Harris. Andrew j., jr., 112, 171 Harris, Beniamin Franklin, jr.. 113 Harris, Clifton Tomlin, jr., 112,211 Harris, Dwight E., 152 Harris, Emory Franklin, 152 Harris, Franklin Richard, 116 Harris, George Walter. ,lI'-- 23- 217. 3'-1. 265 , 277, 290, us, im., an Harris, Henry E., 152. 566 Harris, Linton I., jr.. lol. 303. 457 Harris, Robert Morgan, 152 Harris, Roy Vincent, jr., lllv. 111. 341 Harris, Russel Clemons, jr., 152, 192 Harris, Xvilliam Shelton, 152, 117 Harrison, C-rl Marion. jr.. 152. 143 Harrison, Edward Eugene. 152. 229 Harrison, Eugene Talbot. Ill, 152. 5111- Harrison, Frank Hamilton, 116. 201 Rich 8: Morgan, Inc Southeastern Baker9s Supply Co. 316 Peters Street, S. W., Atlanta, Ga. . 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Harrod, George Ross, Jr., 229, 328, 437 Hart, Carroll Brown, 102, 179 Hart, Harry Lester, 132 Hart, Joe W., Jr., 132, 192, 362 Hart, John Fincher, 132 Hart, Philip Grattan, 175, 290, 314, 437 Hart, Robert Charles, Jr., 132 Hartmann, Randolf J., 413 Harvard, Thomas P., Jr., 92, 102, 157, 272, 273, 290, 308, 335 Harvell, James Franklin, 308, 437 Harvey, David Donaldson, 116, 161, 338 Harwell, William Earnest, 116, 157 Haskell, Clyde Conrad, 116, 304 Hassler, Charles Farris, 102, 175 Hastings, George David, Jr., 132, 197 Hatcher, William Julian, Jr., 102, 157, 328 Hauenstein, Rudolph Miller, 102, 161 Hauenstein, William Richard, 102, 161, 310, 338 Haugland, Alfred Gordon, 116 Haulbrook, Tim W., Jr., 437 Haunson, Jack Beck, 413 Hawkins, George C., 116, 171 Hawkinson, Tom Arthur, 116, 217, 320 Hawks, James Mills, Jr., 132 Haworth, Howard Wayne, 413 Hayes, Fred Lee, Jr., 102, 218 Hayes, James, 102, 201, 359 Hayes, Michael E., 132, 342 Haynes, James Edward, 268, 276, 437 Haynie, William Scott, 116, 183 Hays, Charles Gewinner, Jr., 102, 157 Hays, James Calvin, 102, 175 Hazeltine, Don Rae, 132 . Hazlett, Harry L., 116, 161 Head, Clarence McMahan, 102, 197, 303 Head, Peter Sprague, 116, 197 Head, William Donald, 132, 157 Heard, Billy Franklin, 116 Hearn, Lamant Andrew, Jr., 183, 308, 317, 364, 437 Hearne, David C., Jr., 102 Heasley, Edward Frank, 102 Heath, Warren Kenneth, 437 Heck, John Andrew, 102, 237 Heck, Richard Ray, 132, 175 Hedges, Charles Stewart, 102, 197, 322 Heeke, Marion T., 102 STUDENT INDEX-Continued. Hefner, Robert James, 413 Heikaus, Klaus Glenn, 116, 318, 362 Heine, George Reginald, Jr., 116, 179, 346 Heinrich, Kurt John, 187, 437 Heisel, Jack William, 222, 345, 437 Heisel, Ralph Arthur, 102, 222, 306 Heisel, William Donald, 132, 222 Helfrich, Carl Paxon, 132, 166 Hellerstadt, William E., 102 Helms, Marshall Leo, Jr., 116, 366 Helms, Myers Joe, Jr., 102, 351 Helms, S. Gerald, 102, 334 Helton, James Robert, 132 Hemphill, Jessie Claude, Jr., 132, 211 Hemsley, Richard, 132, 229 Hendershot, Fred A., 132, 229 Henderson, Cecil D., 116 , Henderson Donald Eugene 132 Hendersoni Harold Victor,,132, 237 Henderson, Roger E., 102, 312 Henderson, Walter B., 132, 166, 364 Henderson Wililiam C., 268, 306, 438 Hendersonl William P., Jr., 102 lake McLain, 132 Hendrickson, Robert Lee, 132, 166 Hendrix, Dewane L., 132 Hendrix, Roy Ernest, 116 Henley, Charles Fredrick, Jr., 132 Henry, Fredrick Earl, 274, 438 Henry, James Patrick, 102, 345 Henry, Thomas Pendleton, 102 Herbert, David B., 116, 192 Hcrlihy, Robert Anthony, 132, 161 Herms, Billie B., 102 Herndon, Elizabeth C., 102, 242 Herr, David G., 132, 169 Herrington, Thomas Nick, 132, 171 Herrman, Charles Chapman, Jr., 116 Herron, Kenneth Leon, 132 Herron, Richard Dean, 132, 187 Hester, Cawthon Bell, Jr., 132 Hester, Jimmie M., 133, 222, 270 Heywood, Anthony Costa, 133 Hickerson, James Martin, 161, 438 Hickey, Pat Thomas, 133 Hicks, Emory Glenn, Jr., 102, 320, 360 Hicks, Henry Luther, 133 Hiddleston, Eugene William, Jr., 133, 237 Higgins, Fred B., Jr., 116 Higgins, William Sylvester, 438 Hightower, James Crawford, Jr., 366 Hightower, William Harrison, III, 222, 270 Hiles, Milton Edward, 133, 165 Hill, Albert Barnett, Jr., 116 Hill, Byron York, 133, 234 Hill, Carl Anderson, 133 Hill, Everett L., Jr., 116 Hill, Gabriel C., IH, 102, 222, 282 Hill, George, 133 Hill, Robert Geeslin, 116, 218, 270 Hirllbrath, Henry S., 133 Hillman, David Carl, 116, 230 Hilton, Richard Calhoun, Jr., 133 Himes, Fred Earl, 116, 201 Hinch, Richard R., 133, 201 Hickley, Freddie L., 116 Hinds, Edmond F., Jr., 266, 272, 314, 438 Hine, John Pollock, 116, 165 Hines, Earl H., Jr., 133 Hines, Jimmy O., 133 Hinton, Donald Everett, 225, 345 Hirsch, Benjamin, 102 Hirsch, Henry, 116, 232, 368 Hirschman, Henry, 102 Hitchcock, James Edward, 133 Hixson, Robert Reginald, 133 Ho, Donald C., 116, 366 Hodges, Harold Windell, 133, 171 Hodges, Leslie Reese, Jr., 116, 281, 306 Hodges, Robert West, 133 Hodges, William Leslie, 116 Hoffman, Robert M., 116, 171 Hogg, Brian Douglas, 116 Hogg, Grady Ralph, Jr., 133 Holbrook, Charles David, 116 Holbrook, Clifton W., 276, 438 Holcomb, James A., Jr., 308, 438 Holcombe, John Richard, 133, 211 Holliday, Reuben Auburn, 102, 176, 317 Hollingsworth, William Franklin, 133, 211 133, Hollins, William Grrig, 314, 439 116, Hollis, Claude Hamilton, Jr., 218, 290, 328, 345, 348, 439 Holloway, James Robert, 133 Holt, Jack Norris, 102, 347 Holt, James E. Turner, 133 Holt, Joseph M., Jr., 116, 161 Holt, Robert Crandall, 116, 237 Holt, Robert G., 133, 230 Homan, Charles Edwin, 157, 306, 439 Homans, Robert R., 133 Hood, John Bell, 133 Hooper, Wendell P., 116 344 Hoover, Alan Ellsworth, 102 Hoover, David C., 133, 214 Hopkins, Dale Price, 116 Hopkins, James H., Jr., 116 285, Horn, Leslie John, 116, 237, 299, 327, 346 Horowitz, Stuart M. Fr., 133, 366 Horton, James Jackson, 116 House, Sara Louise, 133 , 438 Howard, Frank Reeves, Jr., 102 Howard, George Render, Jr., 116, 360 Howard, Hall Caldwell Qsonnyj, Jr., 133, 179 Howard, Henry Clive, 287, 318, 413 Howard, John Louis, 116, 211 Howard, John Ralph, Jr., 133, 158 Howard, Ross Hubert, Jr., 237, 439 303, Howe, Philip Gardner, Jr., 133, 179 Holding, William Isham, III, 133, 211 Holey, John Gerald, 197, 364, 438 Howell, George Lester, III, 133 Howell, George W., 116, 214 Howell, James Harrell, 116 Howell, Jessie Simpson, Jr., 116, 211. 349 Howell, Kenneth Francis, Jr., 133, 208 Howie, William Warren, 225, 314, 323. 439 Howle, William Howard, 133, 211, 290 Hsu, Pao Ting, 332, 439 Hubard, John B., 116 Hubbard, Robert Edward, 133, 336 Holland, Curtis Wilburn, 438 Holland, Harry L., III, 116 Holland, Richard Lawrence, 133 Holland, William Edward, 102, 314 346 Huber, Joe C., 314, 439 Hubbard, William Marshall, Jr., 102, Hiers, Robert S., Jr., 116 Higgimbotham, J. D., 116, 208 Higgins, Ernest John, 133 145922 Hollberg, Charles F,, 179, 263, 326, 345, 348, 355, 439 Holley, Edward Raymond, Jr., 116 280, Hudgins, James Lester, 133, 183 Hudson, Cecil Ivan, Jr., 116, 211, 270, 346, 357 Hudspeth, Robert Neal, 133 X I 1 'ment 30. GEORGIA num, 102, 176, 317 am Franklin, 133, g, 314, 439 ton, Jr., 218, 290, 9 tit, 133 2, 347 r, 133 116, 161 l, 116, 237 230 n, 157, 306, 439 33 116 th, 102 3, 214 116 r., 116 16, 237, 299, 327 Fr., 133, 366 n, 116 33 102 ss, 1'-1 lergjr-, 1151 560 avell 150nnYl1 J' 1 5, 287, 111, 411 116 211 ,J,.,111,15S ,, 51,217,419 K, Jr., 133,179 ,, 111, 135 116, 214 1 11 sdn, .1131 116' Z1 f , 111,201 "MJ" 314 32 'S Quality Equipment and Referenc + QUALITY ENGINEERING Requires es Drafting and Engineering Supplies Text and Reference Books COLLEGE INN GEORGIA TECH rren, 2251 ' sy ward, 135, 21" 290 439 6 . . ,mdk 1111, if 101 Owned and Operated by the Georgia Insnrute of Technology for the com eniencc 1 1 " Mm of Students. 3 , , 419 M is 1 Mir 116 21' 270' '1 sal, 133 493 lf's the best-fake if from Minnie QUGHS Irvindale Farms Dairy YORK Air Conditioning - Refl'i9e"9fio" Advanced T1 Refrigeration, Ilw- Aflanful Ga. St., I ATLI WA 9661 Atlanta, Ga. 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Jr.. 117, 215 Jacobs, garner' .lilfles Franklin, 133 X SOUNDSCRIBER DICTATING MACHINES 1220 Spring sr., N. W. ATLANTA GEORGIA TR 5 1658 Raymond Concrete Pile Company F0ll12dt1fJ0l1 Contractors P1115 DRIVING - QMSSONS 13oR1NGs New Yoiuc, N. Y. uma, Ga, , ' ' ATLANTA, GA, ,fr "' l v 1 Flowers Laundry Dry Cleaners SERVING THE TECH DORMITORIES an d ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 361 Moreland Ave. Atlanta, Ga. Huezher, Charles Henry, 116 Huether, Charles Wayne, 116, 230, 272 Hwy. Stewart M., 133, 179 Hull, Charles Franklin, 351, 439 l'lufIaker, Robert F., 102, 192, 314, 328 Hu1f11e11er,Keirh Noel, 133 Hvshgsd Carl Clidord, 102, 272, 314, Hughes? Donald Richardson, 116, 171, HUSIWS, Everett McQuerns 1Mack1, 102, 326, 351 Hughes, Frank Will, 116, 225,330 Hushes. Julius C., Jr., 133, 330 Huizhu, Larry Eugene, 133, 344 H111:hss,Ross A., 3011, 317, 439 Hughes, Rufus Ralph, II, 133, 161 Hughes, Thomas Joseph, 116, 208 Hllshey. Daniel Richard, 102, 208, 272, 274 310, 320 324 325 HUKUISY, Th0mas,Clin,ton . , r., 116 Huge, Donald Eugene, 133 J HUF, Douglas Foster, 133 Huffi John Emory, 314, 439 HW- Joseph Thomas, 314, 439 Hull. Michael H 158 310 4,9 , , , 322, 335, Hull. Richard G., 115 Hullfndrr. John Robert, 133 HUJWY, Joe Maxwell, r., 133, 1113 344 s J ll:!l"mPl1feys, Charles Burney, 133 Hl'mPl'feYf, James Harmon, 133 Hundfr, Richard Lincoln, 133, 204 Huggy, James C., Jr., 187, 278, 3 gum, Jvsfph Fields, 133, 222 H1'n!,Thomas Morgan, 133, 161 Hum- T0m1me Nelson, 116 unielg Clinton Morgan, Jr ., 93, os, 102, m as : P STUDENT INDEX-Continued. Huttemeyer, Leslie Clement, 133, 208 Hutto, Ezra, 440 Hutton, Herbert Michael, 133, 346, 366 Hyde, Thomas Eugene, 117 Hyde, Thomas Herbert, 117 Hyman, Nelson Lawrence, 117, 195, 272 I lborg, Gene L., 102, 230 lllges, Abe, Jr., 102, 218 lmes, George Carlton, III, 133 Imlay, John P., Jr., 117,171 Ingram, Charles Wallace, 117 Ingram, James R., 133 Inman, Frank, 133 Ioannides, Romiles R., 117 Iorii, Gayle Diane, 133 Irabien, P. Ramiro, 440 Ireland, Henry M., Jr., 278, 440 Irvin, Gerald A., 117 Irwin, Willis Lee, 117 Isaza, Guillermo, 133 Ison, Roswell Davis, III, 133, 192 Israel, William E., 102, 155, 336, 345 Ivey, Claude Allen, 314, 440 Ivey, Henry A., Jr., 102, 348 Ivey, James Clayma, Jr., 102, 187 Ivie, James Russell, 117 Ivie, Robert E., 133 J Jackins, George A., Jr., 102, 133 Jackson, Clarence B., 117, 3-12 Jackson, E. Allen, 133, 197 Jackson, James Eugene, 102 Jackson, Jesse D., 133, 179 Jackson, Kenneth Michael, 102, 211 Jackson, Maudina A., 133 Jackson, Thomas Andrew, Jr., 345, 440 Richard Lawrence, 133, 153 Hunter' Philip Roger, 117, 346 H"""'1Th0m21 C.. Jr., 211, 30s, -119 Hun" J'mfS Joseph. Jr., 133, 330, 364 H"'5'd0, Guillermo, 133 HMWY, Martin Marion, Jr., 117 "'che50H, Charles Merrill, Jr., 102, 158. 345 1'lutchi 33521951 Slmuel Fredrick, 285, Hmihlmon' Ben Hughes, Jr., 133, 344 HM hfmoni Joseph B., 117, 222 C l50n,Pl'11llip T., 102, 225 ns: .limes Daniel 133 314, 440 Jacobs, Robert Winfield, 133 Jacobs, Stephen Allan, 133, 198 Jacobson, Gary Simson, 131, 155, 368 Jacoby, Ian H., 315, 440 Jacocks, James Laverne, 117 Jacquettc, William J., Jf-- 1021 306' M4 James, Ben Edward, Jr-. 237. 2721 274' 310, 320, 355, 359, 440 James, Charles Newton, 133 James, Dan P., 277, 320, 3451 'Ho James, David Robert, 117 James, Perry Lester. 225, 440 Jankowski, Frederick John, 117 5 Jarrett, Leroy Rohlhage, 113 Jaunsen, Warren Herbert, 102, 176, 236, 317 Jay, Elton E., 113 Jedlicka, Charles L., 102 Jaffarcs, Donald Jackson, 133, 328 Jeffrey, David Waugh, 102, 1111, 304, 305 Jeffries, Ronald Franklin, 102, 161 Jenkins, George Thomas, Jr., 113, 166 Jenkins, Henry Allen, Jr., 133, 171 266, 263, 278, 308, 440 Jenkins, Herndon H., Jr., 266, 268 2751, 308, 440 Jenkins, Marvin Franklin, Jr., 111 Jenkins, Robert Arthur, 133, 214 Jenkins, Robert E., 102 Jenks, Emory, 266, 277, 440 Jennings, Homer Clifford, Jr., 111 Jennings, Richard Wayne, 117, 175 Jennings, Theron Dow, Jr., 218, 111. 345, 440 Jennings, William Mansfield, Jr., 211. 440 Jensen, Alton Peter, 285, 440 Jervis, Julian S., 102, 225 N Jcssee, Russell Dickerson, Jr., 102, 195. 328 Jessup, Robert Cary, 195, 441 Jimmerson, David Charles, Jr.. 222 275. 286, 312, 322, 325, 366, 441 Johannes, Richard K., 117, 225- 304- 356 Johns, James Edvfard. 153, 4160 Johnson, Benjamin Franklin, 278, 117, 441 Johnson, Billups 1711105713 JF-1 117, 2111, 348 H, Johnson, Charles Edward, 117, 113. - Johnson, Cll:1f:f5 Iliobffbg U ohnson, C If CS UY1 Johnson, Charles SidnC5'1 JV- H71 'Ll' 270, 30-1 ohnson, Donald EUBUW- lu Johnson. Douglas. Jf-- 213, 277lQ:'ll Johnson, Edwin H., 102, -1I. .- Johnson, Elisha, Jr., IJJ Johnson, Forrest T.. 113, 156 Johnson, Fred lrv1n.4U'- 546 Johnson, Gene K.. '1 1 1 7 W Johnson. GCUVSU D'fW':7" lr" lu" 'lx' 328 Johnson, Gordon Edward, lll, 266, 2631. 305, 110, 441 Jfhnson, llilton Ready, 1.11, 161. Johnson, James W'esley, 117, 11,1- Johnson, Jerold Warner. 111 Johnson. Keith A., 10.1, 171 Johnson, Norman Lee, 1211, 145, 4-11 Johnson. Ora George, 10,1 Johnson, Pierce, Jr., 161, 117, 411 Johnson Ralph Winfrcd, Jr., 111, 11-1- Johnssn, Robert liarl, 1114, 112, 133, 328, -141 Johnson, Robert 1-orsyth, 1111, 117 Johnson, Robert Joe, 117, 170 Johnson, Roper Bland. 117, 169 Johnxon, Vi'illiam Robert, 111, II-1 Johnston Charlet Thomai, Jr., 412. 4 Johnston, Jonathan David, 114 Robert A.. 175, 274, 1111, -141 Johnston, William Coy, 114, 110 Joiner, James Madison. 192. 441 Johnston a jolly, James Picrton. 94, 117, -70 Jones, Alan Guy. 117 Jones, Allen Oscar, 114 Jones, Bu rke C., 114, 225 Jones. Channing li., 152, 241, 277, 111 'HJ Jones, Charlcx Dewey. 114 ll a aug' 8 Jones, Charles, Miller. 1111. 171, 21151. 146 Jones, Clarence Edward, 117, 1111- Jnncs, David Jarvis, Z-11, 111, 442 Jones, David Richard, 114 Jones, Earl P.. Jr., 101, 221. 122 Jones, Earle Douglas, 266, .651, -7 , 7, 342, 442 Jones, Eldon Vfellt. 114 Jones. Euwell Lee, Jr., 117 Jones, Francis Lex. 101. 201 Jones, George Hubert, 1111. l"7. l"' J0nQ5'J11'1'1C1 l7ranc11, Jr.. 114 Jones, Jeremy lloyd. I1-1. 171. V- Joncs, John Milton, 114 Jones, Jon xv.. 114 Jones, Leigh Sl.. 114. Wh , Jgnct,l.15ui4l1y',Jf.. 112.123, 443 Dutll I1 114 l'1l Jones, N1 ilcolm ry. 1 . . Jones, Mitchell hand. 154 Jones, Robcrtl5lo1d.Jf..1l4 Jones. lou, Thomas 442 Jones, Thomas Rrniamin. Jr.. 1111 Jqincs, hlnilliam Murphy. ,lf-s 117 Jordan, l'rod U., 101- 3:1 Arthur, 2'll. W4. W5 Lasater, John Porter, III, 103, "Service You Will Like" The Varsity Barber Shop 53 North Ave., N. W. TECH STUDENTS WELCOME Jordan, John Allen, Jr., 96, 103, 152, 158, 351 Jordan, John Carl, 103, 166, 278 Jory, Philip Douglas, 117 Jose, Jose L., 117 Josey, Fred Homer, Jr., 134 Josey, Roy Evans, 308, 442 Joyner, David Everette, 134 Joyner, Francis Marshall, Jr., 237, 311, 347, 442 Joyner, Marion Ryvers, Jr., 134 Joyner, William Eppie, Jr., 103, 158 Judd, Donald Keith, 117, 204, 335, 338, 366 Judge, Thomas Jackson, Jr., 134, 171 Jue, Johnny, 117, 332 Jue, Paul Richard, 117, 304 Junco, Jose Antonio, 117, 364 K Kahn, Frederick E., 134, 155 Kahn, Lloyd F., Jr., 134, 195 Kahrs, Edward Richard, 308, 317, 442 Kaiser, James Stewart, 134, 171 Kalcos, Efthymios Petros, 134, 171 Kallelis, John P., 134, 166 Kambhu, Ajit, 442 Kaminsky, Tavin Avrum, 134, 232 Kampmeier, William Wass, 134 Kaplan, Philip Abram, 103, 195, 286, 315, 338 Kapp, William Karl, Jr., 134, 208 Karoba, Jorge Alberto, 134 Karr, Richard Perry, 103, 201, 318 Kartzmark, Roy Malvin, Jr., 134, 230 Kauder, William Frank, Jr., 134, 364 Kauffman, Fred Folsom, 134, 211 Kauffman, James Frank, 134, 161 Kauffmann, Joseph Chester, IV, 134 Kaynes, Charles William, 134 Kcal, William M., 134 Kearson, Robert Frank, Jr., 117, 158, 345 Keating, Thomas, Jr., 308, 317, 442 Keeble ames Wallace 134 192 J , . Keenari, John Peter, 103, 152, 204, 272, 305 Keith, Fred Larkin, 117, 320, 345 Keith, Frederick Rulfs, Jr., 103, 344 Keith, Garnett Lee, 103, 222, 264, 286 291, 348, 352, 355 Keith, Henry Grady, 266, 268, 285, 315 442 WELCO-ME TECH MEN TABLE SERVICE - CAR SERVICE Azlarizak N ewes! anal Larger! N on-Alcoholic Drive-In and Dining Room Type Business THE PICKRICK 891 Hemphill CLuckie Streetj , N.W. Five Blocks North of Georgia Tech Atlanta Roofing Supply Co. Dealers arid Applicators ASPHALT AND ASBESTOS ROOFING AND SIDING 66 Fifth St., N. W. AT. 9727 ATLANTA, GA. STUDENT INDEX-Continued. Keith, Richard B., 103 Keith, Robert Morton, Jr., 188, 312, 442 Keith, William Fred, 117 Keller, Martin Joseph, 133, 345, 364, 442 Kelley, Donald Thomas, 103, 222, 364, 367 Kelley, Jerry C., 103, 158 Kelley, Robert Hall, Jr., 134 Kellogg, Craig Kent, 134 Kellogg, Gordon Paige, 134 Kclls, Bill, 117, 171, 344, 362 Kelly, Boughton Roney, 117, 208 Kelly, Grady Vance, Jr., 103 Kelly, Joseph Donald, 103, 188 Kelly, Lak-e Dudley, 192, 348, 351, Kelly, Patrick White, 117, 158 Kelton, James Congleton, 117 Keniady, Thomas Donald, 204, 442 Kendrick, Richard Pierce, 103, 234 Kendrick, Walter Michael, 117 Kennedy, Danny Billy, 442 Kennedy, Howard Quinton, Jr., 134, Kennedy, James Attaway, Jr., 103, Kennedy, Martin Haves, 310, 342, Kennerly, John F., 103, 241 Kenney, Henry Cartlton, 103, 183, 318 Kent, John William, 117 Kevorkian, Jirair L., 287, 413 Key, Alan MacDonell, 117, 192 Keyes, Joseph Wayne, 117 Keys, Noble V., 134, 188, 302 Keyser, Albert Richard, Jr., 103, 344 Keyser, Robert Newton, 117, 188, 334, 367 Khoram-Bijan, Jim, 134, 171, 330 Kierbow, Albert Eugene, 134 Kilby, Donald Charles, 342, 413 Kilgore, Bernard A., 134 Killian, William Paul, 103, 176, 291 299, 304, 305, 324, 356 Killinger, Douglas E., 117 Kim, Kee Yong, 358,413 Kimbro, Kenneth Edward, 134 Kimmel, Robert Burks, 103, 348, 351 King, Ben Johnson, 222, 443 King, Graham Barrington, 117, 188 King, Robert Desmond, 117, 179, 270, 347 King, Robert Kerans, 117 King, Robert McIntyre, 103, 230 King, William Burns, 134, 362 Kingry, Sidney Kay, 103 Kinnebrew, Robert Edwin, 134 Kinsley, Robert A., 117, 198, 347 Kirby, Robert Edgar, 117 Kirby, Wayne Nelson, 134, 331 Kirk, Adrian Fleetwood, Jr., 134 Kirk, Larry Richard, 134, 230 Kirk, Robert Cleophus, 275, 312, 322, 443 Kirkpatrick, Carlis E., Jr., 282, 443 Kirkpatrick, David Alan, 117, 169 Kisslan, John Henry, Jr., 134 Kitchens, Marion Dudley, Jr., 117 Kitchens, William Horace, 117 Kittel, John Philip, 103 Klass, Anthony Rudolph, 103, 152, 171 Kleiman, Charles E., 117, 204 Klein, Greg Hazen, 103, 230 Klein, Lawrence Victor, 134, 233, 368 Klein, Manfred William, 134 Klepper, Allen Charles, 103, 152, 195, 318, 368 Klett, Robert J., 134 Kletzien, Seymour Damon, 134, 201, 344 Klinedinst, Charles Ellsworth, 134, 230 Klinger, Sylvia Frances, 242, 307, 443 Klinke, John Preston, 92, 96, 179, 262, 277, 283, 324, 345, 348, 355, 356, 443 Kness, Thomas Robert, 117 Knezevich, V. John, II, 134 Knight, Charles Franklin, 134 Knight, Edward L., 134 Knight, Furman Delano, 134, 184, 367 Knox, Peter Seymour, III, 103, 158 Knox, Ralph Norris, 103, 176 Kocher, Edward Charles, 285, 315, 443 Kohlhase, Charles Emile, Jr., 103, 237, 288, 324, 328, 346 Kolchin, Leonard Joseph, 117, 155 Kolman, Ronald, Jr., 103, 307 Kornahrens, Edward F., Jr., 117 Kosinski, Andrew James, Jr., 117, 364 KraEt, Pierre, 358, 413 Krasnow, Edward H., 134, 155 Kratsch, Richard Charles, 103, 315, 330 Krauss, Daniel L. Lane, Jr., 117, 192 Kravitz, Ralph, 134, 233, 368 Kroll, Bernard, 103, 233 Kushner, Burton Arthur, 117 Kyle, Ralph Thomas, Jr., 134 Kyle, Ronald Keith, 103, 161, 285, 351 152, zoa, 272, 496 L Laboureur, Jacques Louis, 316, 413 LaForge, Charles A., Jr., 225, 443 Laird, Daniel Futch, 117, 234, 352, 356, 360 Laird, Edmund Cody, Jr., 103, 218 Lamar, Robert Oscar, III, 134, 222 Lamb, John Wyman, 117, 166 Lambe, Joe Lovick, 118, 161 Lambert, George: Broughton, 134 Lampert, Leonard A., 118, 152, 233 Landgrebe, Donald Ernest, 134 Lane, Hugh F., 158, 345, 443 Laney, Phillip Edward, 211, 305, 443 Lang, Nelson Corr, 324, 345, 365, 443 Langford, Howard Arthur, 134 Langford, John Harrison, 134 Langston, Dexter Lyndon, 134, 176 Lanier, Jack Donald, 309, 326, 335, 444 Lanier, James Sidney, Jr., 444 Lanier, John Alden, Jr., 134, 230 Lanier, John' Needham, 134, 211 Lansing, Paul Bennett, II, 103, 222, 315 Lanzilotta, Ronald, 214, 444 Larizza, Edward Paul, 103, 310, 320 188, 273 Lassetter, Lewis A., Jr., 103, 234, 352, 356 Lassiter, Thomas U., Jr., 103, 152, 184, 333 Latimer, Roy Thomas, 134, 226 Lattal, Gerald Leonard, 134, 241, 365 Law, Fleming, 118, 166 Law, Howard Vance, 320, 444 Law, James L., 134 Law, John B., Jr., 192, 315, 444 Lawrence, Ralph E., 118 Lawrence, Richard N., Jr., 103 Lawson, David O'Dell, 134, 337 Lawson, John Perrin, Jr., 226, 307, 444 Layton, Benjamin Thomas, 134 Leach, George Marshall, 315, 444 League, Russell Anderson, Jr., 118 Lebkuecher, Ralph Philip, Jr., 118, 233, 319 Lebl, Duane Charles, 118, 238 LeCraw, Rupert S., 103, 166 Ledbetter, Robert Harbin, 118, 218 Lee, Alan Coast, 134 Lee, Albert J., Jr., 103, 198, 333 Lee, Bung-Chung, 332, 414 Lee, Carl Edward, 103, 270, 278 I.ee James Gordon, Jr., 134 , 365 A, GA. 16, 413 25, 443 53-1. 352, 316, 103, 218 34, 222 66 1 , 134 152, 233 134 13 , 305, 443 T, 365, 443 134 4 3 34, 176 326, 335, 444 144 1, 230 . 211 103, 222, 311 1 310, 32 o os, lss, 273 os, 234, 352, 03, 152, 184, 226 , 241, 365 44 444 101 337 zzs, 307. 444 134 , 444 -,, 118 :rn 118, 233, as 11, 213 gg, m, 145 273 Congmlulvztiom and Ben, WMM PFI STER CHEMICAL w0RKS RIDGEFIELD, NEW JERSEY ffpfijfef 14:07 Ndpbtboljfy 497 Marbut, Lee, jo 341 seph Moore, III, 118, 166, 319, Lee, Norman Willis, jr., 93, 103 Lee, Richard Henry, 134, 161 STUDENT INDEX-Continued. Little, Francis Howard, 134, 342 Little, john Alexander, 103, 275 Little, Robert Manning, 92, 93, 103, 152, 158, 261, 269, 274 222, Lee, William E., jr., 241, 444 Lcc, William john, 134, 171, 270 Lee, William Thomas, 134, 222, 273, 276, 361 Leech, Richard Waymack, 317, 444 Leeper, Robert M., 103, 222, 310 Lefebvre, Sergio Augusto, 134 Leibowitz, Theodore, 118, 319 Leigh, Gerald Maurice, 414 Leiter, Dave j., 118,195 Lcnholt, Richard Eric, 222, 328, 444 Leon-York, Carlos, 118, 270 Leppert, Alfred M., 238, 269, 285, 286, 315, 444 Lerdon, Wesley Emile, 118, 169, 311 Leslie, William Franklin, 103, 339 Leslie, William Hunt, 96, 118, 222, 326 Littlejohn, Errol Marshall, 134 Liu, Frank Livingston, Charles Hugh, 134 Livingston, Gerald jacob, 134 Livingston, Thomas jerry, 118 Livingston 280, 333 Fa-Kell, 304, 332, 445 , William Casson, jr., 103 Lesser, Neil, 134, 195 Lessig, Claude Alpherd, jr., 312, 444 I.ester, Carl M., 444 Leverett, Wayne F., 118 Lcverette, Thomas jackson, jr., 103, 328 Levy, Ronald Carl, 285, 444 Leware. james Fred, 103, 158, 312 Lewis, Charles Turner, jr., 134, 222 Lewis, Evan Lee, 103, 211, 273, 367 Lewis, Frank Walker, 103, 342 Ltwis, jack Edwin, 134, 234, 344 Lewis, Lewis, Robert M., 134, 195 Wayne Ivey, jr., 134 1 76, L'Hommedieu, Frederick john, 118, 201 Lieb, Fredrick Theodore, 103, 330, 337 Ligon, Charles King, jr., 134, 188 Ligon, Walter Madison, 414 Liles, jack Douglas, 134, 134 Lind, Roger Charles, 414 Linde, Donald William, 315, 444 Lin-dsay, Ernest Doyal, 134, 209 Lindsay Lindsay, john C., jr., 92, 211, 445 , Herbert Edmond, 118, 320, 363 Lindsey, Charles Marshal, 273, 309, 445 Lindsey, Gerry Douglas, 134 Lindsey, Lewis Calvin, jr., 134, 218 Lineberger, William F.,118, 271 Linn. john Venable, jr., 302, 320, 330, 445 Liotta, Stephen joseph, 103 Lippard, Lewis Lingle, 118 Loard, Henry William, jr., 103, 238 Lock,james W., 135 Lockwood, Harry, 135, 176 Lockwood, james Carl, 135, 167, 363 Loeb, Bernard Stanley, 135, 155 Loewenstine, Allison Francis, 103, 343 Lofblad, Robert Paul, jr., 118, 319 Loftis, Esley Lionel, jr., 135 Logan, Edwin L., 104, 315 Logue, Dan Lamar, 135, 218 Lokey, Hugh M., III, 135, 179 London, Gerald, 135, 155 Long, Daniel Lco, 135 Long, Hiram Sidney, jr., 315, 445 Long, james Austin, 104, 226,339 Long, Wilbur Lester, jr., 104, 243 Long, William Horace, 152, 198, 445 Longino, Clifford Linden, jr., 118, 222. 271, 344 Longo, Adriel, 118, 309 Longshore, Robert Louis, jr., 274, 445 Lopez, Humberto O., 118 Lorimer, Ian Gordon, 343, 445 Lott, Luther Samuel, jr., 104, 218, 345 Lovein, Charles Ellison, jr., 118, 192 Lovelace, Frederick Schilling, 118, 307 Lovett, Paul L., jr., 135 Lowe, Wilbur Franklin, jr., 135, 339 Lowery, H. j., 278, 308, 317, 445 Lowery, Needham Hugh, 319, 445 Lowndes, Thomas, jr., 104, 214, 344 Lu, Howard H., 135, 241, 332 1.ubel, Allen Morton, 104, 155 Lubel, Kenneth Edward, 135, 155 Lubin, Alvin K., 446 Luce, Stewart M. F., 118 Luciani, joseph, 135 Luck, George Elliot, 104, 357, 359 Ludwig, Leroy Thomas, 135, 202 Ludwig, Robert Paul, jr., 135 Ludwig, Willis Dickson, jr., 104, 152, 169 1.ueders, Robert james, jr., 104, 209. 280, szs, 367 Luitich, Alfred 13.,118, 235, 331 Lummus, Franklin Edward, 135, 192, 363 Lumry, james Raymond, 135, 171 Lundy, Melvin Davis, jr., 104 Lunsford, james E., 446 Lupo, Edward Dixon, 118, 222, 346 Lussky, William G., jr., 118 Luttrell, Boardman C., jr., 135 Luttrell, Charles L., 135, 326, 341 Luttrell, john Fredric, 104, 345 Lymburner, Lawrence Everett, jr., 184, 345, 446 Lvnes, Gerald Wynfield, 266, 315, 446 Lyon, Richard Ray, 315, 446 Lyon, Wilford Charles, jr., 118, 184 Lyons, George john, 135 Lyons, William Wallace, 222, 291, 324 333, 446 M Mabry, Richard Barnes, jr., 118 MacDonald, Herman Irwin, jr., 118 MacDonald, Robert Neill, 104, 152, 211 305 MacEvitt, james Michael, III, 118, 171 MacGregor, Daniel Steven, 104, 158, 348 351, 365 MacGregor, Robert David, 135, 365 MacKinnon, Luther Gillis, III, 135 Macon, Guy Armstrong, 446 MacPherson, William Coatesworth, 311 446 Magee, Kerry Bcrmarr, 104 Mahal, Ronald Roy, 135, 238 Mahan, Ronald D., 274, 446 Majzoub, Nadim, 118 Malia, Edward Powell, 135, 176 Mallard, Matthew Arnold, III, 135, 241 363 Malloy, Loranza Darnall, 135 Malone, Noel Hughston, jr., 104, 222 Maloof, Anthony G., 92, 277, 345, 365 446 Mangan, Thomas Henry, III, 118, 241 Mangham, Arnold, 104, 235, 271, 278, 309 Manley, Gayle Newton, 104, 310, 348 Mann, Charles K., jr., 135 Mann, Elmore Thrash, jr., 446 Mann, Eugene Alford, 275, 312, 446 Mann, james Neal, 118 Mannheimer, Richard, 414 Manning, William H., jr., 104, 346 john Wesley, jr,, 192, 446 v Marbut, Robert Gorden, 93, 104, 176, 264, 299, 352, 367 Marcum Everett Stanton, 283, 313, 361, 446 Marcus, Harold Edward, jr., 195, 345, 446 Margeson, john D., 218, 310, 446 Marks, Chester Devane, jr., 135, 204 Markus, Gideon, 118, 195, 368 Markwalter, George Edward, jr., 9 , 218, 315, 447 Marlowe, Warren jefferson, 118 Marney, Thomas Elton, 104 Marr, Marcus jackson, 135, 241, 346 Marsh, Bryan B., jr., 414 Marshall, Charles Edward, jr., 135 Marshall, Slater E., jr., 222, 286, 326, 345, 348, 447 Marston , Lloyd E., 118 Martens, Walter Frederick, 135 Martin, Martin, Martin, Martin, Martin, Martin, Martin, Alexander L., III, 135, 198, 339 Bill G., 135, 367 Billy George, 118, 286 Carl Bernard, 447 Charles jones, 118, 363 David Henry, 135 Douglas E., 118, 343 Martin, Edward E., 135 Martin, Frank Beamon, jr., 222, 447 Martin, Frank Powell, 152, 211, 447 Martin, George Harold, jr., 135, 344 Martin, George Walter, 104 Martin, Hal C., 447 Martin, Harry E., 118, 304 Martin, james jerry, 135, 230 Martin, john Burnham, 135 Martin, john Rodney, 118, 161 Martin, Robert Eugene, 104', 278 Martin, Robert M., III, 118, 226 Martin, Thomas Dozier, 135, 167 Mlartin, Warren David, 309, 447 Martin William Evans, jr., 118, 192 v Martindale, Robert Franklin, 135 Martinez, Francisco Rene, 309, 365, 447 Masarani, Assam, 118 Masilek, William Heighton, 135, 204 Maslar, joseph F., 118 Mason, David Wesley, 135 Mason, Ronald Thomas, 104, 192 TECH SERVICE STATIIDN HURT QUIN, INC. 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The Light Refreshment 345 Maxwell ames Crawford, 104, 202, 328 McDonell, McFarland, John Caldwell Massee, Joseph Stewart, 118, 226 Massey, Edmund Carroll, III, 118, Massey, Elvin Henry, 104 Massey, George R., 319, 447 Masters, David Alderson, 135 Mathews, Harland Evans, 118, 158, Mathis, Darryl Enogh, 135 Mathis, james Brauson, jr., 118, 198 Matson, Willliam R., Jr., 118, 211 Matthews, George Walter, 118 Matthews, Luther James, jr., 135 Mattison, Richard C., 93, 104, 192, 291, 304, 305, 325, 348, 351 Mau, Edward Henry, Jr., 118, 238 Maulding, William R., 104, 172, 320, 320 304 , I Maxwell, Thomas Hayes, jr., 104, 235 May, George Dismukes, 266, 275, 313, 447 May, Jacob Thomas, 96, 104, 152, 238 May, James Edward, 287, 319, 448 May, Robert Ma.rk, 135, 204 Mayes, joe Anderson, 104 Maynard, Charles Nelson, 118, 271 Maynard, Homer Spencer, 135 Mayo, Ned Henderson, 118, 209, 363 McAlister, Robert M., 226, 328, 448 McAl'pin, William J., 118, 158 McBrayer, Thomas. Edgar, 104 McCalla, Eugene Dale, 266, 269, 273, 448 McCallum, Ralph G., Jr., 104, 238, 322 McCa.lman, james Ronald, 135 McCammon, Horace Robert, 104, 226 McCarthy, Charles B., 414 McCarthy, John A., 414 McCaughan, Robert Henry, 135, 158 McCaughey, john Willett, 104, 230 McCauley, George R., 351, 448 McClendon, Jack Perry, 104, 184 McCleskey, Carl Manning, 135 McCleskey, Harlod Eugene, 118, 310, 320 McCleskey, James Marvin, jr., 118, 188, 367 McClung, Frank Lee, 104, 309 McClure, Roy Lee, 118 McCollum, jerry Donald, 118, 188, 366 McCollum, John Pete, jr., 135, 361 McCollum, Richard M., 135 McConnell, james Dwight, 135, 204 McConnell, Lawson jackson, 135, 167 STUDENT INDE McCowen, Albert Irvin, jr., 118, 179 McCranic, Charles Richard, 241, 448 McCrary, Robert Emmett, Jr., 118, 219 McCrorey, Roy Boyd, jr., 104, 167 McCulloch, john Russell, 135 McCurdy, Olen Thomas, 135, 193 Willi-am Delinger, 275, 313, X-Continued. McKay, Henry Mann, jr., 135, 179 McKel'vey, Herbert Lee, 135, 162 McKenney, Henry Reid, jr., 135, 188 McKenzie, James F., jr., 104 McKenzie, james Stuart, Jr., 135, 193 McKenzie, Jerry Michael, 135, 222, 363 McKenzie, Theodore S., jr., 158, 313, 449 McCurry, 448 McDaniel, McDaniel, McDaniel, McDonald, McDonald, Charles Herman, Jr., 119, 193 Robert L., 104, 309 William Bryant, 193, 448 jack, jr., 345, 414 jerry L., 119, 343 McDonald, Kenneth Earl, 104 McDonald, William Donald, Jr., 135, 209 Richard Hill, 104 McDonough, Robert Hudson, 135, 176 McDonough, Russell B., Jr., 184, 291, 298, 300, 348, 448 McDonough, Thomas joseph, jr., 135 McDowell, Bruce Donald, 119, 367 McDowell, Edward Doyle, jr., 104, 158 McDowell, George Milton, Jr., 119, 238 McDui1ie, Grover Lee, 135 McDugald, Thomas Tyson, 135 McElroy, Norton, 104 McElveen, William Harry, Jr., 119, 158 ,211, 321, 345, 448 McGahee, Grady L., 119 McGarity, Pat F., 184, 321, 345, 448 McGarrity, Addison Lorraine, jr., 119, 188, 271, 273, 322 McGa.ughey, Walter Newman, 135, 219 McGaughy, Edward Leroy, 104, 304 McGee, Bobby Dolph, 135 McGee, james Davis, 119 McGee, William H., 119 McGee, William Wattie, Jr., 104, 345 McGinley McGinley McGinnis McGoo an ,Charles T., 119 Pat Hopkins, 119 110. B.,135 Joe Thomas, 135 S a McGowan, Oliver Wendell, 119, 367 McGrath, McGregor Robert John, 135 Albert James, 135, 193, McGuffee,, jere S., 119, 222 365 McIntosh, Charles A., jr., 104 McIntosh, Herbert Alexander, 104 McIntosh, William Morgan, III, 135, 172 McKcown, Thomas W., 119 McKew, Harold Arthur, Jr., 135, 176 McKinley, Alton Powell, Jr., 104, 179 McKinney, Don Dee, 318, 331, 449 McKinney, Harold Gardner, 135 McKinney, Henry C., III, 104, 309 james Howard, 135 McKinney, McKinnon, Raymond Kerfoot, Jr., 135 Wade Hampton 304 449 McKoy, J. - , , McLain, David Kenneth, 135, 241 McLean, jam-es Ernest, 135 McLces, William Lee, 119 McLemore, Hollis Neal, 119, 226 McLendon, jay Russell, 119, 367 McLendon, William Freeman, II, 135 McLeroy, Eddie Franklin, 135 McLeroy, Richard W., 104, 321, 345 Mclkiahiain, Charles Arthur, 119 McMahon, Richard O'Neil, 135 McMasters, David Gerald, 119 McMillen, john Fager, 104, 204 McNair, Donald Wayne, 119, 214 McNair, Larry Deland, 304, 449 McNeill, Archibald James, Jr., 162, McNeill, David Armstrong, III, 135, 414 158 McNeill, Donald Ray, 135 McPherson, Charles Houston, 119 McPherson, James Thomas, 104, 330 McQuaig, Gerbert Earl, 309, 317, 367, 449 McQueen, johnny Edward, 135 McQuillin, Stafford John, Sr., 119 McSheehy, Richard K., Sr., 104, 188, 319 McSwain, Delano Russell, 135, 343 McTier, Robert Franklin, 119, 222, 326 McWhorter, Henry Sterling, 104, 202 IvIcWhorter, Kenneth J., 135 McWhorter, Thomas Robert, 104, 275 Meacham, George O., Jr., 119 Meaders, Donald Raymond, 321, 345, 449 Mcadors, Fletcher E., 104 Meeker, William Alexander, 104, 152, 226 Meeks, James M., 283, 324, 344, 345, 346, 367, 449 Meeks, John- Holder, 267, 288, 327, 337, 449 MeHaffey, Charles R., 119 Mehaifey, George Pierce, 104 Mehaffy, Thomas Michael, 119 135, Mellichamp, Duncan Adair, Jr., 162 271 Melton,,Howard Ivy, Jr., 180, 307, Mendez, Joseph Carby, jr., 135 449 Menger, Johnny V., 119, 351 Mercer, Howard Littleton, 104, 315, 343 Mercer, John Elliott, 104, 321, 345 Mercer, Martyn Clarke, Jr., 104, 209, 280 Meredith, James Chamblee, 304, 414 Merl, Frank Harkins, 119 Merrell, Jerry Walker, 285, 315, 449 Merrell, Willard Randolph, Jr., 104, 235 Merritt, Gerald Reid, 104 Merry, Kenneth Holmes, jr., 119, 219, 271 Mertins, Harry Belding, 119 Messiaen, Robert T., 414' Mestre. Ricardo Warwick, 119, 230 Metz, Paul Sohn, Jr., 135, 344 Mewbourne, Thomas Wayne, 135, 158 Meyer, Harry, jr., 135, 172 Meyers, Michael M., 321, 331, 343, 344, 345, 449 Michael, James Beryl, jr., 104, 211, 275 Michel, 327 Barbara Diane, 242, 274, 286, , 449 Michon, John Michael, 104, 188, 307, 331, 355 Middlebrooks, Charles O., Jr., 135 Middlet Middlet on, john Howard, 136, 226 on, Sanford Gyron-, 119 Middleton, William Adams, 136, 226 Milam, Miles, Miles, Miley, Miller, 320 Miller, Miller, Walter Dean, 119 Grady Michael, 136 Julian Pinkney, 104 Clarence C., 105, 345 Allen Williams, 267, 269, 310, , 449 Don Edward, 105, 180, 348, 351 Donald Stafford, 105, 188 , Edmond Trowbridge, 198, 414 Miller, Edward Griiford, jr., 136 Miller McCook, james Washington, III, 118, McIntyre, George Bruce, jr., 135 Meadows, Philip Orr, 135 192 McIntyre, Robert Lee, 119, 337 Meadows, Robert Allen, 119, 188 Miller, Fredrick Johnson, 105 9 QU. .,,,,,,,,,,, BALLARD s ., 0 Dispensing Opticians Oorlcwg' Camp Produce Co. 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Whitehall St. Sdlgfd and Fmiflzfgidjligmbmor ' ' ' - 11 FROSTY ACRES Acme United Life Insurance Com a 1112 Peachtree Street, N. E. P ny ATLANTA, GEORGIA HAROLD F. MQCART, Premiem l l l Aristocrat Ice Cream l All the Name lmpliey AlusT0IcnAT ICE CREAM co. 165 Haynes St 3 W ' ' ' MA. 5455 504 V U. jr. Nlrcddnud' j'OsE:lmDu rd. yrfdrrrvflffm, ,q,, rw. 1 Narrfffllj CIAA. 172-A Nllrmlm rut. AU W'lh'l0Wj:i.vnie l'-f 'f Ie,Lulf 'I A llosrlal Donald 'Haul' ' mul, 355,167-.WH ,r l l Yomin lo' Mmm' Ita liorrifr TM Pl-l lll'f1r,' , Norton, Kuhn G. I ,Wwm Ronald Ectnrr . I 1 -V I NWI Basal, l ' 1 Nunnlllyr Glyn Dgduzrllr I Nvinrdrnobcn " ' l' O rank.. If-I 156' l' glkellludkobffl Hfnfy- 1: orsmng, Richard Onzrl, 010101, john Alben, ll 0'5m0r, Robert Bernard 0'Donncll, Paul E.. ,lf-I lf odubmsimon Rudolfc, I: 0:lkgr5,RlCl1Ud, Ill. 136 0,rjw,William H.. Ill., l 05burn, Alton Fred. lf'-' 0gburn,Cl1arlef L-. U6 Qghnrn, A., l20. 24 Ogletrce, Charles Robert, Ogletrre, Robert Allan. lf' Olmrtrnan, Don Allen, 136 0'Kgde, David A., 136 Olson, Melvin Mzyer. I Fe. 0'Kon,james Alexander. I Oldham, john H, ll, ISO. Olirzrcs, Carlos, 204, AIA, Olivgr, Andrew Gordon. ll! Olivtr, Calvin Cleck, IM, H5 Oliver, George Edward, li Olsen, Melvin Cornelious, 0'Neal,ClIarles H., IM, I 0'Nnl,Claud1us Ostar, I 0'Nul,F.dl'axd Allan, 11 0'Nul, john Bcniamin, 334 Olllflfr Charles Tallaff, 0U-lfrrr Mal, l,-6, ,UIQ Ofllbllarco Anronio, rn . Q , Scarr AAA 585 Pellicciot EORGIA K J 1.- 5... ,., ir .v ,. 4 i f 1 Zf v ny ' ffl' r, ' , 'J , 'ali ,C 5- -, Jill' 1 , L3 1 ' 1 " .il 1 me "- ' L 2.-3.2 ig' , N f- A W4'7ii3?.a 4 ff. f .- -i1,fs,:,.f .,,.g . , Vernon, lr., 120 238 Nlcodeml1S, J David, JLIIOS 452 .- d yer, Oscar Rigpiifiivilliam A.. 130, Nix, Arliss Henclcy, 453 ll , 5eph,2l4 4 NOC' ' ion rnynie, Jr., 120 Dlonald Arthur, 273, 285, 315, 329, 335, 367,453 Norman, 100 Munn' H' U6 Nor,-ig, Troy P., 105, 204, 357 Norton, Richard A-, 135, 230 Nonon, Ronald Edward, 136 Nosal, Basil, 135, 250 Nunmlly, Glyn Dodson, jr., 136 Nygurd, Robert C., 280, 326, 453 O Oakes, Bill R., jr., 136, 341, 365 Oberlies, Robert Henry, 120, 355 0'Bryant, Richard Oneil, 105, 234, 279, 0'Ceiriiior, john Albert, 111, 136, 226 O'Connor, Robert Bernard, 365, 414 O'Donnell, Paul E., jr., 136, 184, 365 Odiiber, Simon Rudolfe, 136, 365 Oelkers, Richard, 111, 136 Ogtjen, William H., III, 136 Ogburn, Alton Fred, 120 Ogburn, Charles L., 136 Ogburn, Lloyd A., 120, 243 Ogletree, Charles Robert, 136, 344 Ogletree, Robert Allan, 105, 176 Ohrtman, Don Allen, 136, 209 O'Keefe, David A., 136 Olreon, Melvin Mayer, 136, 155, 363 O'Kon, james Alexander, 136 Oldham, john H, II, 120, 219 Olivares, Carlos, 204, 414, 453 Oliver, Andrew Gordon, 176, 277, 286, 453 Oliver, Calvin Cleek, 105, 269, 285, 315, 343 Oliver, George Edward, 136 Olsen, Melvin Cornelious, 136, 234 O'Neal, Charles H., 105, 304, 361 O'Neal, Claudius Oscar, 136 O'Neal, Edward Allan, 120, 212, 344 O'Ncal, john Benjamin, jr., 105, 172, 334 0'Rear, Charles Wallace, jr., 162, 453 Orr, jerry Neal, 136, 205, 361, 367 Ortiz, Marco Antonio, 105 sruomr INDEX-Continued. Osborne, Frederick j., jr,, 120, 212 29, 348 i ' Osbourne, james F., 310, 453 Osmer, jere Grover, 105, 233 Ossorio, Earl K., 414 O'Steen, Gene Nolan, 105 Osteen, Robert Lee, jr., 120 Offlcy, june Dudley, 120 Ottomeier, Dale james, 136 Otwell, Orville Verdery, 310, 321, 453 Overiby, james Robert, 454 Overman, Larry j., 105 Overstreet, james Darwood, jr., 315, 454 Overstrcet, james F., 317, 454 Owen, james D,, 136 Owen, Samuel Kenneth, 120, 351 Owens, Farley Ralph, jr., 137, 162 Owens, Malcolm Patrick, 285, 315, 454 Oxford, Eddie Cobb, 184, 328, 454 Oxford, William D., jr,, 120 Ozment, Burton Richard, 137 Ozmer, Paul Randall, 315, 454 P Pancheco, Ricardo, 454 Padgett, Larry Randell, 137 Paisley, Clyde Albert, 105 Palmer, Eugene Harwell, jr., 267, 269, 274, 310, 356, 454 Palmer, Gordon G., 105, 287, 319 Pantaleo, Peter Frank, 285, 315, 454 Papachristou, john, 137 Pape, Eugene Hunter, 137, 202 Pardue, Ralph Philip, 454 Parilth, Anil Gopaldas, 105 Parikh, Arun Manilal, 276, 455 Parkel, Franklin T., 137 Parker, Harold W'hite, 137, 205 Parker, john- Leroy, jr., 120 Parker, Norma Elinor, 137 Parker, Patrick Newton, 120, 223 Parker, Richard j., 120, 189 Parks, Perry E., jr., 137 Parks, Robert Stafford, 105 Parlss, W-al'ter john, 111, 176, 307, 455 Parnelle, jack C., 120 Parr, Randall Lamar, 137, 241 Parrish, Bobby Mike, 105 Parrish, Gavin Patrick, 120, 238, 313, 322 Parrish, Neil Anderson, 137, 158 Parrottstg Robert Cureton, 255, 507' 33, Parrott, Valvard Deforrest, 111, 137 Pml'?Wf Harry Alvin, 137, 141 Partndgfi Allyn Beal, 279, 309, 317' .gtg Peflfidse, William Kenneth, 137, 271 SHSSIHOYC, Harry, 111.212, 329, 455 ashanoi, Emmanuel Nicholas, 120, 238 Pate, Forrest Wayne, 120 PHC, Jerry Edward, 137 l'flf0l, ,litendra Shantilal, 109, 414 Paterson, jack R., 120, 193 Patterson Patterson Patterson David Frank. III. 120,193 Helen j., 120, 367 jackie Eugene, 137 Patterson, Malcolm Robert, 120, 271 Parrerson, Pat Reynolds, 137, 169 Patterson, Ralph Way'ne, jr., 137, 172 Patterson, William Bernhardt, 120, 180 Patterson William Orr, jr., 105, 191 348 ' Pattillo, Charles Emerson, jr., 137 Patron, William Wheeler, 95, iso, 2117, 319, 455 Paul, Herbert Donald, 233, 315, 329, 455 Paul, Lois C., 120, 363 Paulk, john Ronald, 120, 361 Paglgk, Linton Auburn, 105, 162, 345, 7 Paulk, Robert Austin, 137 Paulus, Gerald Michael, 120 Payne, Alvin Mark, 414 Payne, Blanton Nl, 105 Payne, ac V 309 317, 344 .l li -, .lf-, 105, i Payne, james Walter, jr., 137 Payne, joe Stanley, 137 Payne, Leo Stanton, 226, 455 Peace, Stuart E., 105, 189 Peacock james Worth, 120, 227, 352 Peak, john David, 137, 189 Peake, Murray W., 120, 193 Pearson, Paul Leon, jr., 137 Pearson, William B., jr., 137, 172 Peart, john Frederick, 137, 173 Peavy, john Hamilton, 137, 176 Peck, Maryly VanLeer, 415 Peck, Robert Perry, 105, 310, 322, 324 325 Peck, Stanley jay, 120, 153, 155 Peck, Willard Shelton, 137, 367 Pcckinpaugh, Charles Leon, 111, 120, 184 Pederson, Ralph john, 309, 455 Puff- Jimmy Lu, 415 Peek, Ho riff Henry. lll, lzfr. lu. 1.1 lzfflefi Hiller Alexander. jr., 101, My IFES. Robert james. HT, :al Pena, Au i, Gabriel Pasquale, 120 gusto jose. 108 Pcnheldi Jerry W.. 11', 2.11, 144 Pcnick, joseph Clyde, U7 Penn, Lu cius W'right, 117,119 Penna, Thomas Murray. 117 Percival, Dan S., jr., 101 Perel, German, 137 Perkins, Billy P.. 110 Perkins, james Harvey, jr., 117 Perkins, john Exrlc, lll, 117, 180 Perkins, Vfilliam lrcderich. 120, 221, 356 Perrin, Victor Don, 101, 223. 310, 511 Perry, Charles Nathaniel, 137 Perry, james Lee, 120, 139,112 Perryman, jack Preston, 223. 275, 311 322, -155 Pervis, Andrew B., 221, 286, 295, 300 315 455 Peters, Bennie Hugo. 120, 155, 214, 276 Pcters, Richard Carr, 307, -116 Peterson, Paul Leo, 137 Peterson, Ray Malcolm, 120, 351, 11-7 Peterson, Richard Auld. jr., 117, 112 363 Peth. joseph Earl, 137, 235 271, Petrie, Lester Marshall, jr., U7 Petropolc, john A., 105, 275. 311 Pcttis, Donald Warren, 110, 188 Pfannkuche, Troy Ellis, 109, -ill Pfe11er, Eleazar Sam, 117, 151, MF Pfister, Franz Eugen, 558, 415 Pharr, Charles Keith, 137 Phelps, Perry Darrell, 120, 189 Philips, Charles Vvinn. 117, 180 Phillips, Billy Mack, 102, 451 Phillips, james Donald, 105, 219, Z7 , 309 5 279 Phillips Philli s , joe Robert, 117 XVilliam Arnold, 101, 173 i Philligs, Zane Malcolm, 120 Pickard, Thomas Edwin, 157 Pickrcn, Roy Anthony, jr., 1115, IS4 Pierce, Damon Paige, 121 Pierce, Doyle Carl, 137 Pierce, john Almont. 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JONES CONSTR CTI0N ATLANTA, GEORGIA C0. 505 Pike, Robert Dean, 121, 212 Pilgrim, Raymond Winfred, 137 Pilkington, Edward Louis, 121 Pinckney, Francis DeSales, 137, 167 Pincus, Bruce R., 233, 309, 317, 455 Pinder, Ronald Wayne, 121, 162, 294 Pincll, joseph Kent, 105, 177, 265, zxe, 294, 348, 356 Pinson, Charles Lee, 189, 315, 329, 456 Pirkle, Donald Spencer, 121 Pitman, Peter Potter, 137, 235 Pitts, Charles Patrick, 137 Pitts, Johnny Hoke, Jr., 137 Pitts, Lucius Loning, 137, 241, 331, 363 Pivnik, Bernard, 317, 325, 456 Plaisance, james jules, 279, 280, 309, 456 Pledger, Eugene Russell, 121 Pollard, Ralph Eugene, 137, 180 Pool, Russell Frank, 121 Poorc, Bobby Gordon, 137 Popovich, Ray Lawrence, 121, 343 Portanova, Peter L., 105, 309, 317 Porter, John jefferson, 169, 456 Porter, William Salter, Jr., 105 Portwood, Henry Roy, jr., 105, 177 Portwood, Michael Lester, 137 Posey, Frank Howard, Jr., 137, 173 Post, Allen Williams, jr., 137, 167 Post, Curtiss Bradford, Jr., 137, 235 Poston, Charles Arthur, 137, 209, 339 Poteet, james Emile, 121, 271 Potter, Dixon Gray, 105, 351 Potts, john Pendleton, 137, 356, 361 Pou, Michael Eugene 137, 177 Pound, Foster Errol, 137 Poupard, Robert Edward, 269, 279, 309 317, 325, 456 Powell, Arthur G., 105 Powell, Gene Randall, 105, 343 Powell, Hal Bacon, 121, 238, 356, 363 Powell, Henry Russell, III, 137, 177 Power, Harry Dan, 106 Prager, Beirne M., Jr., 121, 195 Prann, Robert S., Jr., 313, 456 Pratt, Frank W., 121, 202 Pratt, Parks W., jr., 121, 173 Pratt, Richard Bell, jr., 106, 313 Preacher, Ronald P., jr., 121, 180 Precht, David, 315, 456 Preddy, Fred Andrew, jr., 121, 189, 329 Preetorius, Charles Dale, 137 Prescott, William Duncan, jr., 137 STUDENT INDEX-Continued. Pressley, Richard Franklin, 121, 238, 367 Preston, john Ray, 137, 180 Preval, Luis Eiotto, 137 Price, Pablo G., 106 Price, Paul Thomas, 137, 193, 367 Price, Robert L., 121, 365 Priest, Richard Eugene, 137, 227 Priester, Kenton Corley, 137 Priestley, Joseph Tant, 106 Prince, William Watson, 137 Propp, Robert Rubel, 106, 195, 279, 309, 317 Prosser, Franklin Pierce, 177, 267, 269, 456 Prosser, Thomas Edward, 106, 159 Provo, james Lyn, 121, 304, 305 Pruitt, Daniel Dupre, 121, 167, 329 Pruitt, Fleming S., jr., 137, 212 Pruitt, james E., Jr., 231, 262, 285, 286, 315, 456 Pruitt, Robert B.. 137, 167 Puckett, Hubert L., 456 Pulido, jose, 137 Pullum, Don Paige, 121 Purcell, Charles Bud, 106 Purdy, Kenneth Rodman, 267, 269, 315, 457 Purvine, Harvey Neil, jr., 137 Putman, Donald Hugh, 106, 189, 334 Pye, Reginald Prentis, 137 Q Quant, Guillermo A., 106, 315 Queen, Garland Leon, 137 Querry, William Young, jr., 121, 189 Quigley, Richard Bruce, 121 Quinones, jesus E., 137 R Rabe, Richard Edward, 205, 309, 451 Rabern, Thomas J., 121, 235 Rabun, Robert Leon, Jr., 106, 159 Radford, Wilbur Edward, 121, 357, 359 Rahn, Cecil Lee, 277, 457 Rahner, Joseph David, III, 137, 169 Rainey, Charles David, 137 Rainey, Edwin Q., 137 Rainey, Floyd Dean, Jr., 180, 457 Raitch, Frederick Alexander, 457 Raleigh, John L., 121 Rall, Byron DeForest, 121, 365 Ramones, Rafael Angel, 137, 344 Ramseur, Arthur, Jr., 137, 180 Ramsey, David William, 137 Randall, Coleman Thomas, 121, 304, 343 Randall, V5altcr Terrell, 137, 361 Ranew, Robert C., 106, 239 Rather, Daniel Brown, 106, 219 Ray, Claude Gable, 415 Ray, Donald Lee, 106, 231 Ray, Robert William, Jr., 137 Raymond, Robert Edward, 137, 317 Rea, William P., jr., 457 Read, Robert Donald, jr., 121, 167 Ready, Samuel Lowndes, Jr., 279, 309, 317,457 Rebane, Henn, 106, 243, 309, 335 Redden, Pat Thomas, 106 Redfern, Carlton Wesley, jr., 137, 227 Redford, William Robert, 137 Reed, Charles Lewis, jr., 106 Reed, James Daniel, 137 Reed, Samuel john, III, 137, 319 Reed, William Arthur, 106, 235, 309, 317 Reed, William Robert, 457 Reese, johnny Maclin, 106, 307 Reeves, Hazard E., jr., 121, 177, 291, 339 Reeves, Lewis Farmer, Jr., 137, 162 Reeves, Randolph Wilson, 162, 457 Reeves, Robert Gene, 121 ' Reeves, Robert Paul, 106, 239 Regopolos, Arthur Evans, 121, 359 Reid, Edwin jones, Jr., 138, 167, 365 Reid, Fred Douglas, 106 Rempe, E. Ted, 138, 162 Remson, Jack Gregory, 93, 106, 239, 339 Reu, Norman Edgar, 121, 159 Reuland, Nllfilliam Bruce, 121, 163 Rhea, Claude S., 138 Rhoads, Lee Allen, Jr., 138 Rhoden, Grady Lamar, 138 Rhodes, Clem O., jr., 106 Rhodes, Edward S., 121 Rhodes, Fentress, jr., 215, 277, 363, 457 Rice, David Lanier, 138, 180 Rice, Pat Hugh, III, 457 Rice, William F., Jr., 457 Rich, Roger Lee, Jr., 219, 345, 457 Richard, Allen R., 138, 241 Richard, James Bright, 138 Richardson, David Lee, 345, 457 Richardson, Edward Dennis, 138 Richardson, Elmo Alston, jr., 121 Richardson, George Mason, jr., 121 Richardson, james Elliott, 138, 189 Richardson, james Garland, jr., 121, 185, 329, 335 Richardson, jewett Edward, jr., 106, 310 Richmond, Clinton Quackenbush, II, 457 Richmond, Henry Glen, 138, 173 Riley, Edward William, III, 121, 319 Riley, Robert S., 177, 275, 322, 458 Rimblas, Rafael Miguel, 138 Rinell, john Eric, 121, 209 Riner, James Ronald, 106 Ringwalt, Robert Weaver, 138 Ripley, Thomas Alexander, jr., 106, 219, 345 Risse, Ben Jackson, 121, 189 Rittelmeyer, George Alden, 138, 163, 365 Rittelmeyer, john M., jr., 106, 163, 291- 324, 345 Ritter, Klaus Haviland, 106, 334, 344 Rivenbark, Harven B., Jr., 106 Rivera, C. Marino, 458 Roach, Jerry Burns, 121 Robbins, Alfred Hargrave, III, 138, 193 Robert, Lawrence Wood, IV, 138, 167, 365 Roberts, Donald Anthony, 121, 187 Roberts, Donald L., 458 Roberts, Eddie Lee, 138 Roberts, George Thomas, 458 Roberts, Harold Edmund, 121 Roberts, Hugh Riviere, jr., 106, 223 333, 352 Roberts, james Beard, 106, 163, 286 Roberts, james Glen, 121, 189, 367 Roberts, joe H., 106, 269, 279, 309 317, 331 Roberts, Marion Lee, 106 Roberts, Paul johnson, 138, 291 Roberts, Robert Raymond, 209, 313, 322 458 Roberts, Thomas Morgan, 138, 219 Roberts, Roy Austin, 313, 334, 458 Roberts, Wiley Dan, 138 Robertson, Thomas Everette, 106 Robertson, Tim Collins, 93, 106, 287 319 Robinson, Charles Stewart, 121, 319 Robinson, Glover H., Jr., 177, 285, 367, 458 Robinson, Jacob Isaac, 121, 195 315 , 5 u a T-he Electric Supply Co. 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FINNIGAN co., INC, 722 Marietta Sr., N, W, Phone: MUrray 8-6011 508 I 5 Clap! llobjnsgg' gzu Lean llobrnianz limo, Gene Roliiiiion. Rmmld i K0 114. 167 , . R ald E YY' lf""""'f iifiiiarm M Robinwn 'Iiim ,l0h" Simon! Robin ,William An illiliiltry, Wye' B, Iloflsfff' Earn " Rollers, .lohn A" 'lm' Hmm, john Carrv 5 llodrilufzf -lou -lgaqwl llodriiua' ocuvw' Jr Rrodriruel. R1Y"'0"d' Wm, Auguslui C..',l llosfffi owl Frmklm mm, William Berna 12714581 , Rum, William PNNL Rogers, William HOU lloley, Richard Glen. la inn, John 5-i HZ' 'T llollinr. Roy Gwfsf- lf Roman, Franklin E., j Romero, Anicero A., ll Romfh, Gwrsf 50440, Rage, Henry Houston, Rose. john Edwin, jr.. Ross, Carroll Marshall. nw, Dwighr Harringr 361 llosi, joe Olsen, 280. 4' llorselor, Richard Gera 161269, 29l, 105, llosscr, john William, f llotl1,!larvin jerome, I Rourk, john W., jr., E 326, 145, 145, 151, llowden, Fred Eugene, j Rowe, james Herbert, j llawe, Robert Allen, I0 Rowland, Grarran Thi 221 Rowland, Henry Sander llnrse, john Cushing, I lloy, George Edward, IF Royal, Bob R., Ill lluzelle, George Drew, 1 lluzrl, Loran Ln-elle, j lluzrl, Rayford Carroll, BRO, X 285, 7oe.r l 7 l . 4-5 Clayton, J 125121211 binsonykamon Gene, 138, 209 ggbinson, Reginald Edward, 1'-1 JM' 367 ld El rc 458 ' ,R I mo 3 Rglwjigigxg, Wiliam Madison, 11", 138 169 ' ohn Simonton, 132222221 ion, Roddenbery, Walter B., II1, 138 Rodgtrs, Edward G., 133, 227 Rodgers, john A-, lf-, 106 Rodgers, john Carroll, 106, 135 Rodriguez. Jose Jofflm- 2751 458 Rodriguez, Octavio, Jr., 121 uez, Raymond, .lf-1 121 Augustus Cr, JF-, 135 Oscar Franklin, 138 William Bernard, 267, 259, Rrodri8 RogerS, Rogers, Rogers, 327 458 ,,,,,,,,,,'x1v,111,,,, rr,,,1r11,,, us Rogers. R l Rgllii, John E., 412, 415 R,,,1,,,,, Roy George, 106, 209, 341 Rolswn, Franklin E., jr., 121 Romero, Aniceto A., 121 William Howard, 106, 235, 305 Richard Glen, 138 r., 121,163 106, 106, 288, fb, G e Boddie,I11,138, 169 522, Henifyrilouston, 121, 153, 189 Rose, John Edwin, 11'-, 133 Ross, Carroll Marshall, 138 Ross, Dwight Harrington, jr., 121, 344, 363 R , joe Olsen 280, 453 Rdiselot, rtarimla Gerald, 92, 161, 261, 267, 269, 291,. 305, 458 Rosscr, John William, jr., 138 Roth, Marvin Jerome, 106, 195, 309 277, Rourl1,john W., If-, 92, 219, 257, 326, 345, 348, 365, 458 Rowden, Fred Eugene, Jr., 453 Rowe, james Herbert, Jr., 133, 361 Rowe, Robert Allen, 106 Rowland, Grattan Whitehead, Jr., 133, 223 Rowland, Henry Sanders, III, 106, Rowse, john Cushing, 138 Roy, George Edward, 138, 177 Royal, Bob R., 121 193 Rozelle, George Drew, 106, 205, 305, 367 Ruark, Loran Lavelle, Jr., 138 Ruark, Rayford Carroll, Jr., 121, 223 sruoem INDEX-co,,,1,,.,ed, Rubesch, Rudy Andrew, jr., 173, 119 329,458 ' Rudder, Charles Bard, 138, 215 Ruley, Charles Lowcn, 121 Rumble, Joseph Wayne, 106 Runkle, Robert Scott, 138, 363 Ruple, Marion Thomas, Jr., 239, 291, 309, 317, 459 Rush, John Watters, 106 - Rushin, Robert Kenmore, 106, 223, 282 Rushton, Kellogg, 106, 274, 310 Rusk, Herbert Stanley, 138, 341 Russ, James L., jr.,121, 173 Russ, Robert Morris, 287, 319, 459 Russell, Robert E., 121 Rust, Frialncis G., 235, 349, 363, 459 Ruth, Byron Hayford, 138, 365 Rutherford, Thomas Ralph, 121 Rutland, Cary Hixon, 189, 287, 319, 459 Rylee, Louis W., 121 S Saacke, Robert W., 121, 193 Saccone, Peter Paul, 121, 365 Sacker, Robert john, 138, 344 Safar, Lewis Anthony, 285, 415 Salford, Jerry Earl, 138, 215 Sagastume, Alfredo, 138 Sager, Walter H., 309, 317, 459 Saint, Hugh Mouillaud, 319, 459 Salem, Johnny Ellis, 138 Salazar, Alfredo Antonio, 138, 189 Sale, Oliver, Higgerson, jr., 223, 315, 351, 459 Sallee, john Pat, 121 Salvador, Mario F., 106, 315, 344, 365 Salzman, Alan, 155, 267, 269, 307, 368, 459 Sammons, Charles Eugene, 138, 177 Sampera, Ernesto O., 121 Sanders, Billy Laurence, 321, 343, 345, 459 Sanders, Carroll Roy, 275, 313, 361, 459 Sanders, Frank Barrett, 106, 345 Sanders, John Paul, 415 Sanders, Wylle Holt, 122 Sandifer, Carl H., 122 Sanford, Brian W., 106, 239, 265, 324, 355, 357, 367 Sanford, George A., 316, 415 Sanford john M., jr., 315, 322, 460 Sapp, Aubrey Eugene, Jr., 122 SIPP1 John Theodore, 122 SQPP, Joffph C., 106,212 SUMO, James Vincent, 106, 259, 319 SUSCHY, Bryan Boroughs, Ill, 267 269 274. 310, 321, 324, 460 ' ' Satterwhitc, Henry Gary, 310 121 460 Saucer, Donald Conrad, 138, 2:11, i Sauls, Thurman Barnwell, 122, 171 Savlgc, David Barton, jr., 122 SJVHSC, Preston Ray, jr., 276, 302 114 349,460 ' " ' Savell, William Hughes, 106, 223 S3WYel', William Carl, 138, 343 SWG, Henry Arthur, 122 Saycd, Mohamed Hassan, 106 Sayers, Robert Stuart, 159, 315, 460 Sayers, Thomas A., 122, 173 Saylor, jerry Wayne, 138 Scarbrough, Charles Felton, 122, 159 Scarpetta, Reinaldo, 106, 235, 348 Scarratt, Harry A., jr., 138,163 Schaeifer, Larry George, 138 Schafer, James M., 138 Schag, Meredith C., Jr.,106, 212, 334 Schaffer, William Arthur, 92, 96, 163, 267, 277, 345, 460 Schalow, Peter S., 287, 319, 460 Scheif Ervin Lawrence, jr., 122, 344 Schemmel,Leo Benedict, jr., 106, 227 SC1WTSnxcbecl1. William Len-i,, -1,-,, ,te Schwa ffl, Charles jay, IES' l1r',,,, 5C0bcy, wvilliam Pnwfr, rig 550812108 Conyers Don, 122 5C0Sgins, David N1:rrin, Ir., Us 1-1 Sfosslns. ,limes B., -115 2 i 1 Scott, Charles NX'r,lcy, 113, 31-a, yr,-,, J Scott, 17. 311 Craig Knoru, 111, 11,7 59011, David Winn, 11: 55015, Eugene Dowell, lim, 11,7 Scott, Paul Bowen. jr.. 122, 11,3 Scott, Samuel li., jr., 121 50011, William S., jr., 173, 7, 111. 460 Scrivener, 1-larry XVOOJ, H, 135 Scruggs, Roy M., 122 Scaborn, Emmett O'Nr.1l, jr., 2112- 31-1 329, 460 Sealey, ,limes E., 127, -160 Sears, Henry Nathan, jr., 121, 119 S01-'s,Pcrry W'cymon, 11s, 223, ,rr Seaton, NVilliam Warren, jr., 106, 27' 305 Seay, Marvin Eugene, 138, 215, 363 Scagraves, XVaync E., 118 Segrest. Robert Michael, 118, 180 Scich, joseph Robert, 122, 2119 1 Schill, Thomas Vinson, 122, 231, 273 Schmatz, Schmidt, Ronny, 282, 460 James Robert, 122, 185, 239 Schmidt, Jerry Dean, 138 Schmidt, john Winfield, 122, 365 Schmidt, Richard Michael, 106 Schmidt, Robert Martin, 122, 304, 315 Schnabel, John Albert, 185, 275, 460 Schnepfe, Robert W., jr., 106, 239 315 , Scigler, Irvin Stanley, jr., 122 Self, Gordon Harlan, 107 Scllars, Duncan Wallace, 121, 227 Sellers, Robert Roller, 118 Sendlcr, Edward l".. UR Senkbcil, Murray Don, 138 Screnco, lrvin Lee, 138, 231 Service, james Hunter, Ili. 20" Sctlin, Howard A., 122, 365 Seward, Xvilliam 1-1cnry,1ll, HR Schoenfcld, Fred Richard, 106 Schoolsky, Samuel Stanley, 122, 233, 366 Schoonover, Donald julian, 460 Schrimsher, Buddy Robinson, 267, 269, 273, 279, 291, 317,460 Schuchert, Philip Gordon, 138, 173 Schuessler, Morgan McQueen, 93, 106, 180, 348 Schulz, Rudolf E., 106, 271 Schureck, Edward Louis, 138, 205 Schuster, Irwin Norton, 106, 195, 311 Schutte, Arcnd Herbert, jr., 138 Schwaemmle, Richard, 177, 460 Sewell, Glover B., jr., 138, 223 Shac Sewell, Paul C., jr., 107 Shackclford, Benjamin William, jr.. IZ 367 l-telford, Robert G., 122 Shadgctt, Peter L., 107, I77 Shanklin, W'adc Roberts, 122, 163 Shar Shapard, Thomas Lipscomb, Ill, 107, 1 I Shap, John Fremon, 118 pton, Robert Eugene, 267. 271. 279 . 309, 317, 461 Shatti, Faruk Z., 122 Shaw, Carl Faison, jr., 112, 161 Shaw, Charles Monroe, 135 BRO0KS-ALLISON C01. it 'A' it ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS ENGINEERS it it 'k THE MOTOR CONVOY Transportation of automobiles and trucks throughout the southeast INC ,--if Q. ATLANTA, GEORGIA 275 Rockwell sr., sw. ATLANTA, GEORGTA , Guy W. Rutland, jr.- 54 509 Sheehan, Thomas Joseph, 138, 167 Sheer, Myles Arthur, 138, 195 Shedield, James Edward, 122, 180 Shefsky, Oscar, 122 Sheldon, Robert Alan, 122, 203, 271 Shell James J., 138 Shelton, Horace Enmon, 138 Shelton, John D., 122 Shelton, Loyd Cranston, 138, 271 Shepherd, James Ronald, 122 Sheppard, Donald Max, 310, 321, 333, 461 Sheppard, Enman J., Jr., 107, 321, 344 Sheppard, J. David, 138 Sheppard, William Daniel, 227, 315, 352, 461 Sheng, Alfredo S. N., 122, 332 Sherrow, Herbert Ray, Jr., 93, 107, 181, 280, 339 Sherwood, Robert Wesley, Jr., 223, 291, 461 Shipman, Ted Lawrence, 138, 209 Shiver, Marlin B., 107, 189 Shives, Raymond Lindsay, 163, 307, 461 Shoemaker, Alvie Ross, Jr., 138 Shoemaker, Edward R., Jr., 107, 177, 295 Shoemaker, James Larry, 212 Shornhorst, Robert John, Jr., 107, 274, 310, 321 Shropshire, John G., 122, 343 Shuler, Grover William, 122 Shuloclt, Hugh I., 282, 302, 321, 368, 461 Shultz, Robert David, 138 Shumate, Marvin Wyke, 138 Shweiky, Mahmoud Sadek, 122 Shweiky, Walid Sadek, 122, 319 STUDENT INDEX-Continued. Simmons, Oscar William, Jr., 107, 205, 367 Simmons, Richard Essex, Jr., 138, 177 Simon, Alexander A., Jr., 138, 231, 363 Simpson, Charles Leslie, 122, 159, 271 Simpson, Frank Malcolm, 315, 461 Sims, Charles Argo, 138, 189 Sims, Joe David, 138 Sims, Wade King, 122, 193, 363 Singer, William, 138, 155, 368 Singletary, Rupert Lamar, 122 Singleton, William Caldwell, 139, 185 Sinyard, James Thomas, 139 Sippel, John Edward, 239, 309, 462 Sisson, David Kenneth, 139 Sistrunk, Donald Curtis, Jr., 122, 223 Skarpalezos, Harlan Lamar, 139 Slaton, George H., 107, 343 Slaughter, Samuel Garland, 122, 219, 339 Slayton, Henis Dale, 139 Slippen, Stuart Louis, 139, 233, 368 Sloan, Marlin Alexander, Jr., 267, 269, 279, 317, 343, 462 Sloan, William Marshall, 122, 173, 329 Slobody, Kenneth, 139, 155 Smallwood, John H., 276, 462 Smith, Benjamin Michael, 122, 189, 271 Smith, Billy Edward, 122 Smith, Charles E., Jr., 189, 267, 273, 287, 319, 334, 462 Smith, Charles Henry, III, 122 Smith, Charles Weldon, 107, 345 Smith, David Fulton, 139, 330, 344 Smith, Earl M., 107 Smith, Edward Horace, Jr., 321, 345, 415 Smith, Edward Jackson, Jr., 107, 321 Smith, Frederick E., Jr., 122, 223, 295, Smith, Smith, Mike Robert, 139, 212, 361 Nicholas Lynde, 139 Smith, Percy Lee, Jr., 241, 462 Smith, Ralph Loraine, Jr., 122, 367 Smith, Stanley Cooper, 285, 315, 462 Smith, Ted Nelson, 139, 351 Smith, Thomas Gunter, 139, 219 Smith, Thomas Livingston, Jr., 139, 185 Smith, Thomas Marvin, 107 Smith, Vedene Hollet, Jr., 288, 415 Smith, Walton Edwin, 219, 313, 335, 462 Smith, Will R., 122, 181 Smith, William Calvin, 122, 271 Smith, William Cecil, 139, 189 Smith, William E., 107, 189 Smith, William James, Jr., 139 Smith, William Roger, 313, 462 Smith, Zenias Augustus, Jr., 139, 203 Sibley, William Augustus Longstreet, Jr., 107, 223, 326 Sieker, Harry Bernard, 316, 415 Siess, Alfred Albert, Jr., 239, 275, 313, 461 Siggelkow, Rodney Owen, Jr., 138, 215 Sikes, Glenn H., 122 Sikes, Ralph Sanford, 107, 346 Sikes, Robert Donald, 138, 185 Silberman, Ira Joel, 138, 368 Sillay, Louis John, Jr., 311, 461 Sills, Arthur Dickson, 107, 309, 337 Silver, James P., 138 Silvey, John Vincent, 122, 193 Simerly, Robert Lee, 189, 274, 461 310, 356, 361 Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, George C., Jr., 139, 231, 339 Glen Clayton, 122, 185 Glenn Wilson, 279, 309, 462 Hal Marchman, Jr., 139 Harold A., 122,173 Hoke Terrell, Jr., 139, 223 James Ronald, 122 John Edward, II, 122, 193 Kayton, Jr., 122, 195, 309 Lawrence Lee, 122, 215 Leonard Eldred, 122 Lucius D., 139 Mandeville, Jr., 122, 223, 322, 324, 363 Compliments of Barge Thompson Company ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS 136 Ellis Street, N. E. ATLANTA, GEORGIA Southeastern Radio Parts Co. 400 W. Peachtree St., N. W. ATLANTA, GEORGIA Smithey, Walter Alfred, 139 Smythe, James Lyon, 139, 177 SnaPPi Robert Lewis, 122 Snavely, Michael Carson, 107, 235 Snead, Clarence Howard, Jr., 462 Snead, Henry Tillman, 123, 181, 329, 348 Snider, Robert A., 123, 185 Snyder, David Louis, 107, 173 Snyder, Stephen Louis, 123, 195 Sochrin, Sumner B., 107, 155, 329, 345 Soderholm, Robert V., 139, 185 Solomon, Lawrence, 139, 155 Solomon, Stephen Malone, 123, 193 Somers, John Ewell, 139 Sommer, Tommy Clay, Jr.., 139 Soranno, Vito Vincent, 241, 462 Sorrow, Melvin Wallace, 123 Sorton, Melvin R., 139, 231 Soulier, Paul Robert, 107, 310 Space, Charles C., 107, 212 Spano, S. Bernard, Jr., 223, 286, 313 365, 462 Spatafora, Donald V., Jr,, 139, 185 Speck, Gerald Eugene, 123 Speight, Van Reid, 123 Spence, Henry Lee, 123, 209 Spencer, Charles Patrick, 267, 269, 274 310, 321, 462 Spencer, James Robert, 139 Sperry, Richard Allan, 139 Spieth, Emil Erwin, 139 Spikes, M. L., 123 Spivey, Donald W., 139, 213 Spivey, Levy Johnnie, 139, 169 5 Splawn, James Lee, 107, 361 Spragins, George Loury, 107, 227 Spring, John B., Jr., 123, 185 Springer, Delbert Harry, 139, 205 Sproles, Walton Hogan, 139, 163 Spruell, Hugh James, 107 Spruell, Max Leland, 462 Stacey, Weston Monroe, Jr., 139 Stachowiak, J. Edward, 315, 462 Stafford, Gordon Paschall, Jr., 107, 361 Stafford, William Bane, 223, 309, 463 Stallings, James Mead, 139 Stallings, Johns Ronald, 123, 209 Stamn, Charles Frederick, 107 Standard, James Willis, 139 Stanford, Robert Van, 463 Stanley, Bolling Craig, Jr., 139 Stanley, Millard Powell, Jr., 219, 267, 269, 279, 317, 463 Stapler, William Thomas, 123, 271 Starling, Kenneth Edward, 139, 163 Starr, William E., 139 Starrett, Robert Barton, 123, 209 Starrs, William A., Jr., 123, 365 Stastny, Theodore Glenn, 107, 231, 315, 363 Statzer, Charles Edward, Jr., 123, 163 Steele, William J., 107, 163, 279, 309, 317 Steig, James M., 139, 195 Steiner, Roy H., 123, 352 Steitz, Robert A., 139 Stephens, Harry George, Jr., 139 Stephens, James William, 322, 463 Stephens, Raymond A., 139, 209 Stephens, Robert Blair, 123, 163 Stephens, Robert L., Jr., 107 Stephenson, James Lemuel, III, 139 Stephenson, John W., Jr., 309, 463 Stern, Edwin H., 123, 155, 537 Stern, Lawrence S., 107, 195, 329 Stevens, Chandler Harrison, Jr., 92, 93, 159, 265, 267, 269, 279, 296, 309, 348, 463 Stevens, Robert Randolph, 139, 173 Stevenson, Paula Clyde, 123, 367 Stewart, Edgar Donald, 139 Stewart, H. Boardman, II, 139, 181 Stewart, James Herbert, Jr., 139 Stewart, James William, 139 Stewart, John Wiley, Jr., 219, 274, 463 Stewart, Morris Paul, 139, 343 510 361 107 23 227 185 1' 139 20, 1, 139 1 107 63 S 2 P1 Jr., 139 11511, 4s2 M 1 J'-, 107 5 f, 223 30, ' 61 139 ' '46, 1- 123, 209 1011, 107 , 119 453 'Jr-,159 1111 Jr-, 219, 267 ns, 123, 271 'affix 139,163 H, 123 209 -, 123, 365 11111 107, 231 315 '11, Jr., 121, 163 17, 163, 279 sos 195 352 IC, Ir.,139 lm, 322, 463 ,, 139, 209 , 123, 163 1'., 107 auel, 111, 139 Jr., 309, 463 1 155, 337 7, 195, 329 rrison, jr., 92, 93 69, 279, 296, 309 3lp11, 139, 173 B, 123, 367 3, 139 1, II, 139, 181 :z, Jr., 139 m, 139 Jr., 219, 274 463 139, 343 1 3'1, . reetmgs to students and alumni everywhere. e share your interest in the advancement of our alma mater, eergia eeh. RQBERT AND COMPANY INCOR PO RATED . 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Summer, James L., 351, 464 Summers, John Chappell, Jr., 123, 223, 291 Sumrall, Neal Boylston, 107, 235 St-ndy, Roger Jackson, 123, 239, 322 Surrency, John Robert, III, 139, 239 Sutchritpongsa, Sak, 139 Sutton, Dana M., 139 Sutton, Richard Dodge, 223, 277, 464 Swain, Wiley Norman, 123, 337 Swalley, Frank E., 123 Swank, Robert Roy, Jr., 139, 239 Swanson, Carl Howard, 107, 223, 281, .503 Swanson, Donald Knox, 123 Swany, Granville Ross, 213, 315, 464 Swartz, Edwin Howard, 107, 155 Swavely, Craig E,, 107, 203 Sweet, Carl Thomas, 123, 213 Sweigert, Milton Edward, 177, 307, 339, 464 Swindle, Orson George, III, 139, 159 Swindler, Paul E., 107, 357, 359 Sypniewski, Carl John, 139, 365 Sytz, Robert Voorlees, 123, 159 T Tabor, Charles Dwight, Jr., 139 Talentino, James Prescott, 139, 239 Talley, William Francis, Jr., 107, 223, 339 Tamayo, Oscar Miguez, 139 Tan, Chuhui Sae, 139 nner Charles Mabry III 107 Ta , , , Tanner, James Mervil, 267, 269, 283, 288, 346, 361, 464 Tanner, John Francis, 185, 464 Tanner, Robert Fletcher, III, 139, 239 Tasber, John Joseph, 139, 215 Tata, Richard Jack, 274, 310, 464 Tatman, Daniel Russell, 139, 241 Tatro, Peter R., 107, 153, 231, 264, 315 Taylor, Jack D., 107, 343, 345 Taylor, James P., 287, 319, 464 Taylor, Jerry Werner, 139 Taylor, Joe Walker, 139, 159 Taylor, Leonard Jackson, 139 Taylor, Norris' E., 123 Taylor, Phillip T., 107 Taylor, Richard J., 219, 345, 464 Taylor, Robert Douglas, 139 Taylor, Robert H,, 139, 181 Taylor, Thomas Madison, Jr., 107, 223, 275, 313 Taylor, William Lee, 123, 169 Teague, Henry Hoyt, 123, 271 Teague, William Tracy, 107, 205, 303, 367 Teasley, Harry Eugene, Jr., 139, 223, 356 Thomas, Teresa Nelle, 123, 242, 331 Thomas, Walter Russell, 140 Thomas, William Cliiford, III, 140 Thom-as, William N., 107, 159 Tedder, Charles Lamar, 345, 465 Teed, David Deloss, 123 Tenly, Edmond Deberry, Jr., 139, 361 Tennenbaum, Michael Ernest, 123, 155, 337, 346, 368 Tennison, Alfred Austin, Jr., 139 Teramo, John L., 107, 215, 275, 313 Terhune, Vern Barbara, 139 Terrell, Carter S., 92, 219, 274, 283, 310, 321, 333, 352, 367, 465 Terrell, Jerry Lee, 345, 465 Terrill, Ray Noble, 139 Terry, Major Douglas, 140 Terry, Vincent Joseph, Jr., 123, 329, 351, 365 Teston, Thomas J., 107, 303 Tettelbach, Donald Cooper, 163, 275, 313, 322, 349. 465 Tettelbach, William Roy, 310, 321, 465 Tettenburn, Howard Thomas, Jr., 140 Tharpe, Ezra Jackson, 123, 243, 335 Thatcher, Wayne A., 140, 231 Thomason, John Miller, 140, 219 Thompson, Charles W., 107 Thompson, James R., Jr., 123, 227, 367 Thompson, Jimmy Ellis, 123, 351 Thompson, John Burdell, Jr., 140, 167 Thompson, John C., Jr,, 107 Thompson, John G., Jr., 140 Thompson, John Kirkpatrick, 140, 163 Thompson, Joseph Franklin, 140 Thompson, Karl V., 140, 185 Thompson, Robert Edwin, 107, 219, 307 Thompson, Robert Lee, 107, 345 Thompson, Ross, Jr., 213, 310, 317, 321, 335, 4'65 Thompson, Thomas Lewis, 140, 167 Thompson, William Henry, 107 Thompson, William M., 140, 227 Thompson, Wilmer Ray, 107, 317 Thornborough, Dale Leslie, 205, 304, 305, 322, 329, 365, 465 Thornton, Dewey Herschel, 123, 163 Thornton, Joel Cobb, 465 Thornwell, Earle English, 123, 185, 291 Thurston, Alfred D., Jr., 107, 331, 337 Thurman, Harry Tyndol, Jr., 123, 209 Thurmond, Elmer Thomas, Jr., 466 Thurmond, John Bradford, 140 Thurmond, Roy H., Jr., 140, 367 Thwaites, Murray James, Jr., 140, 231 Tidwell, Bobby Faucett, 123, 235 Tierney, James Francis, 123, 215, 329 Tierney, Michael Willis, 123, 153, 209, 329 Tilghman, Cooper Rayfield, 267, 269, 361, 466 Therrel, Robert Clifford, 107, 227 Thiele n, Jorge, 140 Thigpen, Amberce Malcolm, 123 Thigpen, Hugh Ike, Jr., 140, 193 Thigpen, James G., Jr., 107, 345 Tillinger, Arnold Jules, 140, 233, 368 Tillman, Gray Eddie, 107 Tillson, John Robert, 140, 365 Tinney, James Franklin, 123, 181 Tinsley, Albert M., Jr., 140, 173 Tatum, Samuel A., 139 Tatum, William Edgar, Jr. 139 Taule, Joaquin, Jr., 464 Tavenner, Donald L., 107 Taylor, Albert T., Jr., 276 302, 415 Taylor, Ernest Edward, Jr. 139 Taylor, Frank L., 415 Taylor, Gerald K., Jr., 316, 415 Taylor, Harry A., Jr., 123, 231, 329 Thigpen, Thomas, Robert Edward, 277, 465 David Owen, Jr., 140 Thomas, Donald R., 123, 231 Thomas, J. E. Dorn, 123, 213, 365 Thomas, James Edward, 140, 159 Thomas, Jerrell Marshall, 123 Thomas, John Robert, III, 181, 465 Thomas, Sidney Franklin, Sr., 316, 347 415 3 Tipton, James Alison, 107, 153, 205 Todd, Aaron William, 140 Todd, Henry Earl, 123, 361 Tolar, Burrl H., 140, 343 Tolbert, Ralph Harmon, Jr., 107, 223, 307 Tolnas, Trygue J., 279, 309, 344, 363, . 466 Tolson, Thomas Varley, 140, 203 W G S T Adair Realty 8: Loan Company Realtors The Georgia Tech Station REAL ESTATE: ABC NETWORK Commercial, Industrial and Residential r . 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Theo, 123 Toro, Santiago, 140, 365 Torrance, Martin Archibald, 123, 177, 349, 351 Torre, Jose Rafel, 140 Tosta, Hector F., 466 Touchton, Charles Floyd, 111, 108, 223, 288, 317, 324, 325, 346 Towns, Donald Lionel, 108, 199, 304 Tracy, Hugh Walter, 140 Trainer,'Frederick Earl, 140 Trammell, Robert Dennis, Jr., 267, 269, 279, 309, 466 Trammell, William Bird, 140 Transeau, Leon W., 140, 173 Transou, Thomas Bowie, 108, 185 Travis, Kenneth Harry, 140 Travis, Woodrow Jennings, 123, 223 Traylor, Robert Charles, 124, 163, 271, 351 Traywick, Jesse Thomas, Jr., 124, 365 Trench, Richard Edward, 285, 315, 466 Trent, Edward Bradstreet, Jr., 213, 329, 466 Tribble, Walter Wallace, 124 Trice, William Hunter, Jr., 124, 159 Trimble, Otis Marion, 316, 415 Trobaugh, Jimmy Lee, 124, 203 Troglin, David E., 124 Troncalli, Don Lee, 177, 319, 466 Trout, James Conrad, 140, 223,367 Trowbridge, Robert H., Jr., 159, 351, 466 Troxler, Micager Daniel, Jr., 124, 304 Truly, Richard Harrison, 140, 181 Tucker, Bernard Martin, 140, 195 Tucker, James Earl, 267, 269, 288, 327, 346, 466 Tucker, Ronald C., 185, 467 Tuggle, Jackson Andrew, Jr., 140, 330 Tune, James Bradley, 140, 163 Turner, Charles Rupert, 304, 467 325, Turner, Claude S., Jr., 274, 310, 321, 467 Turner, Daniel, 140 Turner, Errett Emory, Jr., 310, 321, 343, 467 STUDENT INDEX-Continued. Eugene W., Jr., 108, 185, 345 Turner, Turner, George Purser, Jr., 140, 159 Turner, Gorden Gerald, 181, 467 Turner, Herbert Russell, 140, 199, 330, 331 Turner, James Andrew, Jr., 108, 159 Turner, Marvin Allen, 124, 209, 271, 334 Turner, Raymond Edmund, 124, 173 Turner, Robert Davis, 140, 193 Turner, Thomas Raleigh, 140 William Eugene, Jr., 140, 240 Turner, Tussey, Jerome Lee, 108, 239 Tutt, Clarence B,,108, 181 Tutton, Charles M., Jr., 140 Tuxbury, Dan C., 140 Twiggs, Luther Wallace, 140, 169 Twitty, Paul Melvin, 123, 159 Tye, Leonidas Wall, 140, 219 Tyson, Overton Steed, 108, 189 U Uffer, Roy Alan, 124, 155, 368 Uhler, Robert Edward, 124, 231 Ullenberg, Ronald Timothy, 124, 203 Umstead, Thomas Hickman, 223, 326 329, 347, 467 Underwood, Herbert Leon, 124, 343 Underwood, John L., III, 124 Upton, William Henry, 124 V Valdes-Daussa, Rafael, 140 Valentine, Charles M., Jr., 140, 181 Valentine, Max Lynn, 108, 223 Valle, Nelson Augusto, 140 Vallejo, Rodrigo, 108, 315, 365 Vance, Robert Bell, Jr., 140, 173 Vance, Robert Moore, 140 Van Der Horn, Robert George, 124, 215 319 Vandiver, Linton Mitchell, 11, 140, 167 Van Gelder, Alan R., 124, 343 Van Hooser, Robert Edward, Jr., 163 Van Landingham, William Jennings, 140, 223, 291, 356 3Van Leer, Samuel Wall, 223, 262, 348, 467 Vann, George Lawson, 140, 159 Varela, Jose Leon, 140 5 140, 291, Varnadoe, Howard, 108 Varona, Enrigue J., Jr., 140 Vaughn, Henry Clein, 108, 304 Vaughn, William Ronald, 169, 467 Vazguez, Ramon Adolfo, 467 Veenstra, Richard John, 416 Venable, Ray Hays, Jr., 140 Vernon, John Mitcham, 124, 235, 271 Vick, James Henry, Jr., 124 Vickers, Drew Luther, 108, 185, 313 Vickcry, Ronald Hughes, 140 Vickery, William Kenneth, 213, 467 Vidales, Gustavo Fernandez, 140 Villolda, Alfredo E., 140 Vines, Charles Raymond, 124 Vivi, Vali, 140 Vogan, Arthur Wayne, 140, 177 Volkmer, William D., 124 Vroom, Fred Quinby, 124, 304 Vrooman, Philip Egmont, 140, 213 W Waddell, Dewey Wayne, 92, 93, 261, 280, 317, 325, 326, 344, 467 Waddell, Kennard Mialcomb, 124 XVade, Charles Randolph, 124 Wade, Hugh Ernest, 140 ack Cecil 140 W'ade, J , Wade, M. Euel, Jr., 140 Wade, Robert Linwood, 140, 243, 319 Wade, Robert Mozley, 140, 199, 363 Wade, Walter Edward, Jr., 140 Wadsworth, Harriette C., 140 Wagner, Jack Edward, 467 Wagner, William B., 108, 177, 315 Vyaid, James Kenneth, 310, 321, 333, Wainer, David Samuel, Jr., 140, 219, Wainwright, Ronald Gene, 124, 177, 367 Waite, Charles Franklin, 227, 467 Waits, Myron Bryce, Jr., 124 Walden, Harold Edward, 343, 344, 467 Walden, James Franklin, Jr., 273, 315, 335, 361, 468 Waldhauer, William Overton, 281, 325, 468 Waldron, John David, 140, 185 Waldrop, Victor H., Jr., 140 XValker, A. 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Norman, 108, 334 Wells, Louis Truitt, jr,, 141, 209 Wells. Roy Allen, 141, 205 XVells, Warren Kea, 124, 203 N10'ells, William Raymond, 124 W'elsher, Donald Richard, 141, 233 NVerneck, Ivan Americo, 315, 469 STUDENT INDEX-Continued. Xwhite, james F., III, 124, 223, 357 White, Lawrence William, 108, 153, 203, 345, 352 White, Pierce Watson, 141, 173 White, Richard Stanton, jr., Z27, 315, 469 W'hite,Ronald Brooks, 108, 279, 309 White, Sherrill Weaver, 141, 219 White, William Baeck, 124, 199, 271, 356 Whitehead, Hugh Pattison, jr., 124, 239, 351 Whitehead, james Stanley, 141, 363 Whitehead, Richard Kramer, jr., 108, 159 Whitley, Frank L., jr., 108, 169, 319 Wllitner, john Addison, III, 280, 309, 317, 469 Whitney, Harry Reid, 141 Xlfhitten, jerry Lynn, 141 Whittington, Ellis Lee, 108, 343 W'hittle, Charles, 141 Whittle, Edward Donald, 124 Whitworth, George Thomas, jr., 141 Worton, Robert B., 108, 315, 321 Wicks, Ronald Carroll, 124, 189 Widener, jack Ky, jr., 141 Wficdeman, john Herman, 275, 469 Wiegmann, Francis Leonard, 108, 273, 365 Wiggers, Alton Gerhardt, 124 NX'iggin, Charles Carroll, 141, 219 Wfiggins, William Barnett, jr., 141, 163 Wigglesworth, Thomas Hudson, jr., 141 Wightman, Hal, II, 141,163 Wilborn, james Thomas, 203, 310, 469 Wilborn, Lamar Ervin, 141 Wilder, Carlton Spencer, 141 Wilder, William Bruce, 141, 209 Wiley, Floyd M,, jr., 345, 351, 469 NX'ilke, Charles Frederick, 141 Wilkes, Lester Alvin, 141 Wilkie, Clilford Edward, jr., 96, 141, 235, 344 Williams, Robert jones, 141, 177 Williams, Ronald Earl, 125 Williams, Thomas Russell, 470 W'illiams, Walter Douglas, jr., 141, Woods, Samuel A., jr., 108 Woodward, Douglas Lamar, 125, 213, 317, 344 Woodward, james Harvey, jr., 108 203, 271 NY'illiams, Wendell Marion, jr., 205, 267, 269, 273, 285, 315, 347, 470 Williams, William Eugene, 141 Williams, William Fedrick, 108, 185 Wfilliams, William Virgil, jr., 108, 189 NVilliamson, john Daniel, III, 125 Xvillingham, Ben H., 141 Willis, Lynwood G., 307, 470 Willis, William Van, 141, 205 Willoughby, Donald Arthur, 141 Willoughby, Robert Earl, 108, 346 Wlills, james Milner, 125, 235 Wilson, Charles Omar, jr., 125 Woodyear, William E., 108, 285, 339 XVoolf, john Robert, 181, 351, 471 Woosley, Harry Lee, 125, 185 Worm, john Erwin, 93, 219, 333, 471 NVorrall, Frank Gillespie, 125, 173 Worrill, jack Reynolds, 141, 205 Worsham, Stephen Mark, 141, 159 Worthington, Thomas Lynn, 125 Wray, john D., 108, 239 NVright, j, Q., 108 Wright, Robert Bruce, 108, 169 Wright, Richard Harris, 125 W'right, Robert McDowell. 125, 173 Nlfrigley, Francis Lamar, 141 Wilson, Clifford Bonner, 125, 349, 361 W'ilson, Donald H., jr., 227, 470 Wilson, Edwin Patten, 125,341 Wilson, Ernest Walter, 108 Wilson, Howard L,, 339, 470 Wilson, Howell Kenneth, 141, 209 Wilson, james jack, 141, 177 Wilson, james K., Ir., 141, 185 Wilson, james Keith, 141 Wilson, john A., jr., 141, 173 XY'ilson, john David, 141 X16'ilson, Michael Cato, 141 XVilson, Paul, jr., 108 Wilson, Thomas McDowell, 108, 181 Wilson, Thomas Murray, 141, 275, 313 Wilson, Wilbur Hugh, jr., 125, 189, 271, 334 Wimberly, joseph johnston, III, 108, 163 Winborn, Sam Robert, jr., 108, 181, 329 Winn, David B., 141 Winn, Stewart Dowse, 125, 185 Winn, William Hamilton, 108, 199, 264, 304, 329 XVinter, Thomas E., 141 Wirtz, Theodore Roger, 223, 345, 470 NVisc, Henry I-Ieadrick, 141 Westcott, Lyle DuMond, jr., 141, 205 West, Alexander L., 219, 277, 345, 469 West, john S., 469 W'estbury, Thomas james, jr., 279, 469 Westefeld, Robert Gornow, 124, 205, 357 Wexler, Paul Leslie, 124, 195 Whaley, Edward Mitchell, 124 N5l'hatley, jack Willis, jr., 141 Whatley, Roy Albert, 124 Whatley, Tom G., 108, 239 Wheeler, john Allen, jr., 124, 273, 304 Wheeler, Sidney Frank, 227, 469 Whelchel, Billy B., 124 Whipple, Kenneth Edward, 124 W'hisnant, Richard A., 108, 334, 361 White, Bobby Eugene, 141 White, Charles Cody, jr., 108, 219, 329, 333, 345 W'hite, Donald Frank, 124, 291 V'hite, Donald Ivan, 141, 344 White, Gordon Norris, 124, 223, 352 NViikins, Bert, jr., 124, 181, 333 Willham, Harold, jr., 108 Williams Augustus joseph, jr., 141, 223 XVilliams, Benjamin David, 141, 163 Williams Eurith Dickerson, 141, 181 Williams Floyd Robert, jr., 345, 470 Williams, Frank C., 124, 271, 361 W'illiams, Frank E., 141, 348 Williams, Frank E., jr., 159, 313, 470 Williams Henry jernigan, jr., 125, 235 NVilliams, james Kelley, 92, 93, 153, 219, 264, 267, 269, 470 Williams james Mikel, 304, 305, 322, 470 W'illiams, joe Boyd, 141 Williams, john Benjamin, jr., 108 Vfilliams, john Leigh, 141 XVilliams Kenneth Riley, 141 W'illiams Madison jackson, 141 Williams, Morris McBee, 108, 239 XVilliams Paul H., 141, 219 Williams Robert Flintom, 141, 231 Wise, William Lucy, III, 108 Wiseman, Billy, 141 W'itt, Arthur j., 213, 471 W'itt, Daniel K., 141 Witt, Milton Arthur, 313, 471 Wnorowski, Wallace joan, 141 W'nlf, Harry Charles, III, 125, 193 Wolff, Robert Edward, 125, 223, 310, 321, 352 Wolford, Byron G., 108, 343 XVong, Eugene Y. j., 141, 332 Woo, Robert KF, 141, 332 W'ood, Earl Wendell, 141, 344 Wood, Freddie Marsh, 125, 344, 361 Wood, Roy Lee, 141 Wood, William I-Ioward, 471 NVoodall, Danny Fred, 141 Woodcock, Robert H., jr., 125, 169, 329 Woodcox, Vance Keith, 125, 271, 309, 317 Woodall, Charles Edword, 125 Woodham, Edwin jerome, 108, 213 Wundram, Edward Clay, 108, 213 Wurst, james Edward, 108, 356, 357, 359 Wurz, john A., 125, 153, 227, 307 Wyatt, Gene Bowles, 108, 279, 322 Wyatt, james Criden, 108, 309, 317 Wynn, Curtis Edward, 125 Wynn, Woodson Dale, 141 George Anthony, 125, 344 Wynne, X Xirau, jose Gustavo, 141 Y Yaeger, jerry, 1-11 Yarbrough, Harrv Francis, 1-11 Yearous, Glenn Warren, 315, 471 Yearty, William Thomas, 159, 471 Yeung, Peter S. K., 125, 332 York, Guy Pollard, 125, 227 Yost, john Wesley, 141, 167 Youmans, Robert Mack, 125, 153, 239, 356 Young, Emory S., 141 Young, Lock Redd, 279, 309, 317, 471 Young, Maynard Edwin, jr., 141, 205 Young, Robert George, 141 Young Ronald Lewis, 141 Young, Thomas Lane, 141, 173 Youngblood, George Everett, 125, 239 Youngblood, james Stuart, 141, 205 Yow, jesse C., jr., 108, 177 Yu, Tsi Shan, 415 Z Zantopulos, Harry, 108. 273 Zapiain, Rafael, 141,365 Zbar, jack jacobs, 108, 155, 344 Zeigler, jerry G., 141 Zeitoun, Raffoul F., 125 Zeller, Emilio, III, 92, 239, 269, 307, 322, 471 Zeller, Oscar, 141, 213, 333 Zittrauer, Neil Alwyn, 141, 173 THE 1 WET I stalled motchi notioni use of lost-mil correct ing. THE All ETCHER r operation halftone prices. 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