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

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I " ' V RQ f I - ww , , ,,'x , ' if .- ,:., 4 I - I -1, - X 1' R ' Ykid i N 1 A jx ADMI I TRATIO . . 56 ORGANIZATIO . . 90 '- I-Q. x Q, f ' ff S '-,,' ...I ' ' , q a fi , , r f I MILITARY .... 34 I TRODUCTIO . . . 1 ' PORT, ...... 254 W I 'H I 'Lt l'l BEAUTIE ..... 414 AD ERT ING . . . 562 J ' Mfr 1 f Z flywf x, W 0 26 K 1 ff 45 X S O 7 f V ff f . V- A jf- Q, ,,, I -f ,I 44 , i -, , V wg 1 r - Af . , . f 4, , 4: , , , ,J - . , .1 .. 4 V, A V V M V, ,f K R , M 69, s, H A Wm J .. x' 1 ,, W. f U Q , ,, 4 ,- Q ,. , -A ' 5 ,. A V My 'if , V I, J I f f ' -, 1- Ov mf Q 0 Q- ' 1ff"'f.iV . Q .f ew , ,K , ' , . 3 xi , ei ff J . " ,gf 22 . ":- 'QA ' ' A V ,Z f , ,V 'fi' gan. K I, . f ., 3 f , . 5 'PT' 'Q ff' '45 " ' W" ' f 51' .X an 1:11 . Y ., Q4 A if I , 1 'U :Mi I X ,. 5, , X , W M , V, ,,, V , , I .. A - . , , , f - 'qv ff 5 ., , - . , L4 ' , S- .g .,,. V 3 " f f, . f '- - , A . . ' -.f.. -..f'-Q2'f'g1mf,,,, 'gg 1. ' A 4 f."n-if x iff?-A"' ,lf - H X ' ' ' ' ' .0 7.fZ'M""' , f J ' , f 4 0 f 1 X I ,' 1 f f , , 4, X AQ saffkwf ww W X f f f 42, N .f zfgw ','1 f ' -'--' , , A "'f ' 1, FRATER ITIE . . 310 1 1 J rf.-.if Y,1.wf"iL CLASS S ..... 434 5 1953 Blue Print S Dedicated to Professor Wenn FOR TITIIHTY-FIVE YEARS, l'1'ol'essm' Freil ii. Wenn ol' lhe Si-lmul ol' hicliislriul Niziiiugeilieiil has served Georgia Teirh. ils slnilenls. zinml l'zn'nlly un- selfishiy and tirelessly as ll leal4'li1'i', leanler, eniiiiseioip and friend. He is ai main who win he wengiiizeil als having snr'- Cessliiily eonihinecl rignmiis seliohislim- slziiirlzmis in his ehisses with wurin persoiiul inleresl unii giiicluiic-4' for every slucienl. He has ilevolecl niuny uelive years ln CXll'2.l-t'LlI'I'it'l1iLll' zielivilies. l'llK'Olll'i.l5.fiilg nnci help- ing develop ieiidership uhiiilies ol' slucienls. 'l'ln'nngh his iealmglership and intense eliinrl llllIllK'l'UllS uvlivilies and 0l'gillliZilii0llS have hegun on lhe 'l'ei'h mnnpns. One ol' his most reeenl ainrl perhaps ininiense nnih'r- laikings has heen lhe iniliulion nl' Iiiml-misiiig annl planning of Ll Slnmienl .-Xvlivilies lhiihling lin' lhe school. To express lhe gl'Liiiilllil'. hive. annl respeel lim' one who has given sn inneh nnci aiskeii sn iillh' in relurii. we humbly cieiiieaile ilu- 1958 iiilll' Print lo ifreil B. Wenn. is-s,-,Az7N?,,,V, L: 1 fx. : fab, s .e,,1e5,. N -,,J,. ef N 1, i 11, 1 i i ,-V! -. V i B l w The long, wailing line of freshmen af regisfrafion. So begins four-or-more years of search, sfudy, and research for a basis for life's search. A freshman sifs on fhe College lnn Sfeps, resfing from fhe rigors of long sfucly hours or frying fo remember fhe lazy, good old High School clays. ""'W"' Y -in f R Qs' v THE SEARCH THE SEARCHER DO YOU FEEL as though you spend your life wait- ing in line? Therels hardly a man in the picture above who does not anticipate the time when he will be through standing in line. Yet, when we think about it, We spend a good bit of our life waiting in line. We see it, physically, every day at theaters, cafeterias, and bus stops. People stand in line to seek an infinite number of things. The registration line is significant, in a physical sense, only in that it is generally the first line a student encounters at Tech. Of deeper significance is what these men are seeking and especi- ally what they will encounter personally. This is not meant to imply that only in the experience of college is a search being made, or that it ends with gradu- ation. It does mean that, for most people, college pre- sents the first deep challenge requiring conscious per- sonal inquiry. How can this be true for the man in the line who already has formed his objective, knows what he wants? This man, however, is as much a Searcher as the one who arrives with no conception of his abilities and no concrete direction in his life. The man with a goal still has to search to attain it. The man with no goal has to seek it. This is the pur- pose of college: to provide a basis for search. Yet how do things like sports, fraternities, campus publi- cations, dances, and other activities fit into the search? These activities are themselves smaller bases of search: for recreation, a sense of belonging, or recog- nization. These all are necessary in the larger con- cept of search for knowledge. For knowledge, without embracing an understanding of the variability of human relations, has little value. The words usearchn and Hlinew have appeared repeatedly for they are intermeshed in college life. When a person has to evaluate himself, which usually occurs in college, talents and faults are discovered gradually and, as in a line, there seems no way to cut in front or short-cut these discoveries. This is the line in which we stand and the search in which We attempt to find ourselves. 9 W A I The frafernify mealfime, where fhe clay's sfresses and pressures are forgoffen, and where fhe answer fo fhe need for fellowship is found. . , T f K f 1 I , - V ia l-ff? .- X, ,ff 5: fe 1 f 'Q he W L Q1 .,. n A g 4 1. Q is s . ' 4 Q 4 sf-:XS nfs? ' asi- A 1 x 9-sv 'f ' 1 Y Mum qu, A Panorama of ocial Life on the Campus Q. Everyone's enjoying an embarrassed brofher geffing his jusf desserfs in fhe form of an awkward Chrisfmas presenf af a frafernify Chrisfmas pariy. A rushee has made fhe big decision and is walking info fhe hard road of a pledge. The expressions on fhe brofhers' faces show fhaf if will be rewarding. Wf- 11 Safurday's game requires as much concenfrafion as class ifself when Tecl1's going fo score. Frafernify men and lndependenfs unife af dance and game. The Activities of th Coll Communit I 4 , ,ggi ', A 4 1.111 ' 4' V , f , I"f!1 'v1 45 ' .,Agy?W4,,f: ? ,fs l W f K W W ' -if X 'I Z M f Z W X , ln flwe search for a means of expressing flvemselves in group acfivifies, some lincl if in campus publications. Some delve in campus polifics. Here, freshmen voie for fhe sfuclenf council represenfafives from fheir class. ' 2 2 W N ' t-1' -' l l i 12 SIGMA HAYPIDES CONFERENCES N, Councils and sporfs meef differenf needs for differenf people. All are porf of fhe fabric of college life. For some, fhis is fhe focal poinf. As flwey fesf fheir foifh, fhey find fhcf if gives meaning fo fhe searchs 1 A 'MR' ,' www fv::Y1,.fg5g', ? 9145 Wg,-sn 5. 3, 2 , ,W Q fm .:w'QfJ, f' n 'f-if9f,'?4'w 5 z?N"?l , A A QS' as ? V52 'V X gi em. 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O, , .tv ffvsw x th "5 AK 13'-Q 'F S ' a , af if f , , 4, ,gk Mi f L Q -fi x ,. 1, o - ., '-'gig WAN 'ln i nz.-sm 4- f EAT RE 7'5'f'V'!-?"'1f'v--1-VY-, ,A M-',,,,,.f""'T TECH'S ARCHITECTURE BUILDING IS THE LARGEST BUILDING IN THE WORLD WHICH IS DEVOTED SINGULARLY TO STUDY OF ARCHITECTURE. Grant Field, a prominent par'I' of the campus scene, is the center of much activity on Saturdays during the fall. ampus Picture han es apidl EXPANSION IS THE key word in describing the trend in physical facilities at Georgia Tech. Since the Second WO1'lCl Wai' the requirements for technically trained people has caused a growing influx of stu- dents. To meet this need Tech has built six new build- ings in the past decade and presently has one under construction. The Hightower Textile Building led off this chain reaction in l94L8, providing Tech with the most corn- plete facility in the country devoted to instruction and research in textile engineering. ln 1952 the Architecture Building was completed and was followed in fifty-three by the Price Gilbert Library, housing the lnstitute's collection of general, engineering, and scientific books. Since that time the school has added the Rich Elec- tronic Computor Center, Alexander Memorial Build- ing, and the Navy Reserve Training Center to its list of new edihces. I-I PI M SCI-160 " , Te, 13 L. The imporfance and pres+ige of 'flue Guggenheim School of Aero- - I naufics has increased rapidly in supplying A.E.'s for Uniied SI'a'Ies. ,, ., .....' , L ...- ..- L - ,L-....J..J.,4.44L,g.u.1...,..xc....,L...m..,Q..,.c ,L Z pi ,, ' ff' is -I, we sf ., , I, if if ,ff-wif, ' 1 ff f VX!! , JWQ M f 'lf , I, vw ML' ruff-1'-.f -'wwf' if fiii ' " fi' if A 1 ,F ,af 1, nw! 4!4j5K!wWQ1!gE -f ,4cfs,fiff,f ww .L I , fi y 'A,i a Many processes, producfs, and meI'I1ods are developed for in- duslry and public in TecI1's well equipped Experimenl' S'I'aI'ion. THE DOME SHAPE OF THE ALEXANDER MEMORIAL COLISEUM MAKES IT THE MOST UNUSUAL AND EYE-CATCHING BUILDING ON CAMPUS. ,- uv . , , . L ,g,, , Zvnz WWW, Ln x THE HARRISON HIGHTOWER TEXTILE SCHOOL PROVIDES ENGINEERS AND MANAGEMENT PERSONNEL FOR ONE OF SOUTH'S LARGEST INDUSTRIES. THE NEWEST ADDITION TO THE CAMPUS IS THE MODERN NAVAL AND MARINE RESERVE ARMORY WHICH IS USED OFTEN BY TECH'S NROTC. " f ff-...- XNXXN .xxxx 22 ALL I Surrounded by 'I'he clutter of discarded time cards, study lists, and course offerings, two fellows fill out schedules. Another Tech personality is 'rhe artist who draws caricatures: behind him stands the haven of many a study-weary s'I'udenI'. A PERENNIAL SIGHT AT REGISTRATION, DEAN GRIFFIN GIVES DEFINIIE Registration, and New Experiences A NEW YEAR HAS BEGUNI With a new year must come new experiences, the fact which makes fall an uncertain, exciting quarter. For the freshmen, espe- cially, this uncertainty governs every thought and ac- tion. The less uncertain upperclassman begins the year with a new determination to improve his every phase of college life, feeling that this will be his most productive and satisfying year of college life. Even before registration begins, the campus is buzz- ing with activity, freshmen congregate prior to leav- ing for Freshman Camp, and fraternity men begin a vigorous preparation for that fabulous Week of con- tinuous partying - Rush Week! 4 . Jil - ,see IDENCE OF QUITE TYPICAL REGISTRATION DAY WEATHER. The ce-nfer of life on The Georgia Tech campus, I'he posi' office ai' +rac+s Iwo new s+uden+s, Their garb refIecI'ing a+mosphere of early fall ENTRANCED WITH THE PROSPECT OF AN OUTSTANDING COLLEGE EDUCATION, THREE FRESHMEN "HIT THE BOOKS" DURING A BREAK. 25 Rush Week hiI's Ihe campusg aI' various houses Negro combos lel' for'I'h every+hing +hey have. u ks - Casual Fred Craig sifs back and enjoys a cigar: The Pi Kappa Phi house is 'Ihe scene of a dance for rushees: dances are a for 'Ihe acI'ives, Rush means a lor of hard work. fra'rerni'I'y's besl' mefhod of aI"I'rac+ing +he inferesi' of poI'en'riaI pledges. THE CLIMACTIC DAY OF RUSH WEEK, PLEDGE SUNDAY, GIVES MANY A GEORGIA TECH FUTURE PLEDGE THE THRILL OF HIS LIFETIME. fl ef 111 I I Im IN THE ADMINISTRATION BUILDING. RICHARD JACOB HELPS CONDUCT FRESHMEN VOTING: THE FIRST OF THE YEAR'S STUDENT ELECTIONS The frustrations of school work begin +o show: "Man, I came that close to getting a "C" on that calculus quiz." Early Eall Means Rush and Parties THEN IT COMES! Freshmen become overpowered by fraternity men, who seek theirf presence at meals, smokers, and parties. Date tickets are issued, filled out, and collected. ln the days that follow, fraternity men entertain the lucky rushees with rush girls, musi- cal shows, comedy acts, and dances. All the While, fraternity man and rushee inspect each other and try to make the diliicult decision. As the week draws to a close, tension mountsg active and rushee contemplate the otheris decision. Pledge Sunday finally comes- as a satisfying experience and a welcome relief. Within a short time comes freshman student coun- cil elections. Excitement again mounts, and in the last few days, the constant knocking on dormitory doors signifies the intensity of the campaigning. pf 5 3 ,., rf, ff ft' ,K 2 ,A if ,J ffftf' f ff .X gifs' t . . . A , .. X - mai .. GAME TIME FOR THE TRADITIONAL GRIDIRON BATTLE APPROACHING, AND CROWDS BEGIN TO FORM OUTSIDE OF THE GRANT FIELD GATE. Gerry Carson arouse-s enthusiasm prior 'ro an important game: cheerleaders helped success of many a Tech team. Football Games And Homecomin AS THE QUARTER wears on, weekdays become drab and dull in comparison to the weekends. Classes finally become drudgery and students begin living for the weekend when football spirit and festivities take the spotlight. After Saturdayis game and the after-the-game party, Monday morning rolls around and the weekly cycle begins again. During late October the Whole campus begins en- thusiastic preparation for the forthcoming festivities of Homecoming. Globs of paper mache, mazes of wire, Wheels, and electric motors appear in front of :fraternity housesg while engines, frames, electric Welders, and dirty mechanics form an equally inter- esting sight behind the same houses. Each campus organization and fraternity nominates a candidate for Homecoming Queen who, When selec- ted, will reign over the festivities of the colorful Week- end. One Week prior to Homecoming the judges select from the bevy of beautiful girls Miss Sue Redfern as Techls 1957 Homecoming Queen. During the Week Sue makes several appearances on campus and at- tends many functions in her honor. 8 mt sf' ,gr . 2 ' -7 i zHiN' is w Hz 9 3 wg ig if I A , 9 f,, Q' A " "ffQ,f.,,MMf' Karen Bain, a nominee for Homecoming Queen, has a Queen Sue Recifern and a daimaiion friend aH'rac'I' whis'Hes during cup of punch during 'rea held for candida+es for Queen. Sue's brief appearance a+ 'fine posi' office prior io Homecoming v'i1"5F-4 Q I Q X21 'Bl r , ' ' :- ,i. 5. A' 1 .i E . Ei ,C 'Gi :fr iii J I 'WV JACK SCHMIDT AND THREE FINALISTS FOR HOMECOMING QUEEN-KAREN BAIN, SUE REDFERN, AND BETTY NUNN HAVE CONFERENCE. 29 x 1:4 TF 'Lf ,.,,,t. 5 EQ: I? f25':ff3T 1-11 Nw ASfrJ"E'7 f r. 4 HWY' 'f-' fi ',1f,,f.',,: -1 m- A bm" ' '5 w--A Ja, , i '55, 'll Q xx Homecoming I957 was preceded by +he launching of ihe firs+ space sa+elIi+e. Here, Phi Delia The+a blasts Duke into space. v 'K- fe .mf Homecomin 1 95 7 AFTER A PERIOD of hectic IJl'ClJLl1'ilIi0ll, Heine- coming 1957 was officially hegun with the lmclitioiiul bon Hre and pep rally. Thousands c'1'owcle'cl the cuinpus streets to witness in uinazeinenl the gymtioiis untl cul- orful lights of displays poltruying Tet-Ifs expectations for the scheduled encounter with Duke. .-Ks the night drew on the spectators began to clispersc- unml u ezi- pacity crowd at the Alexander Menim-ial Coliseum settled clown to an evening of entertainment pmviclecl bythe Four Freshmen, thus bringing to u close the hral day of a long awaited weekend. "Give Duke Jol+s" was lhe 'theme of Phi Sigma Kappa's 'Firsl' place display. During weekend Duke received many shocks. CHARLES SCHULZ'S FAMOUS PEANUTS COMIC STRIP CHARACTERS GIVE TECH SUPPORT IN SIGMA CHI'S UNIQUE SECOND PLACE DISPLAY .,.., w STILL GOING STRONG, FRESHMAN LLOYD SUTTER, KING OF THE RAT RACERS, BREAKS THE TAPE AFTER GRUELING LONG DISTANCE RUN. To the winner belongs the spoils-enviously scrutinized by onlookers, Lloyd coIIecI's his due rewards, a cake and a kiss. Traditional Events For All Tech Vlen THE DAY OF TRADITION, Homecoming Saturday, dawned in a glorious splendor. A myriad of fresh- men, attired in blue shorts, slowly assembled to give their own version of the annual rat race. The first figure seen to emerge over the crest of the last hill was Lloyd Sutter, who finished in good time and was appropriately rewarded by Queen Sue Redfern. Attention shifted to Fourth Street, where contrap- tions of twisted steel were being assembled for the famous parade of Ramblin Recks. One after another, the Recks struggled with an almost human effort, toward their goal, a judging stand adjacent to the archi- tecture building. The Reclc of Delta Tau Delta, able to turn itself inside out, was judged the best entry. A rnonstrosity built by the southern gentlemen of Kappa Alpha took second place, and a well-deserved third place prize was awarded to Theta Xl. 'K .Jn-h 6, b Fralerniry men work +o move Reclc info posirion prior +o parade Conslanrly overlooking flwe gay feslivifies of Homecom- fime. Confrapfions like Huis as+ounded an audience of Thousands. ing, Queen Sue flashes ano+l1er of her beau+iful smiles SITTING QUIETLY IN THEIR POSITIONS, TWO TECH MEN BELIE THE FRENZY OF HURRIED PREPARATION AND ANXIOUS ANTICIPATION ,.i.....-,,A , , .AA H , , ,, 33 THE UPSET-MINDED YELLOW JACKETS WEAR EXPRESSIONS OF G-RIM DETERMINATION AS CAPTAIN DON STEPHE A Yellow Jacket halfback is smothered by Duke Iinemen making a desperate attempt to halt the determined Tech offense. 34 NSON LEADb H-uzlvl um un: Tech Wallops Duke Homecoming Da THE ALUMNI paradedg the Bullpups held their an- nual initiationg the Block-T Club performedg the Stu- dent Body cheeredg but the men of the hour were the iron-men of Coach Bobby Dodd. On this sunny No- vember afternoon on Grant Field, the Yellow Jackets rose to their greatest heights of the 1957 season. The final score was but 13-0, but this was hardly indicative of the superiority of the Engineers over a highly-favored, nationally ranked, Duke Blue Devil eleven. It Was truly their day, and the hard-fighting men in Gold and White were not to be denied. WW The newly formed Block-T Club adds +o +he color of +I1e weekend as 'rlwey form +l1e Ie'Her "H" for Homecoming. FIELD FOR ALL-IMPORTANT HOMECOMING GAME WITH DUKE. SPIRITED LINE PLAY WAS PREDOMINANT ALL AFTERNOON. THE JACKET LINEMEN REPEATEDLY RIPPED HOLES IN DUKES FORWARD WALL. ., f-'-'iii' ,1gg.x,p- L, 1 1- .. .. . Y W The football crowd slowly dwinclles and thoughts 'rurn 'toward Homecoming Dance and an evening of pleasure and relaxation. Weekend Activit Ends With Dance AS THE WEEKEND DREW to a close, an exuberant throng of over five thousand people jammed the Alex- ander Memorial Coliseum to celebrate the Ramblin' Recks' afternoon victory. The largest crowd ever to assemble for a Tech Homecoming listened and danced to the music of Stan Kenton and his orchestra. As the hush of intermission fell over the Coliseum, formal an- nouncement of the homecoming display and Ramblin7 Reclc parade Winners was made. Then the solemn tap- ping ceremony of the ANAK society recognized mem- bers of the senior class for their outstanding achieve- ment and service to Tech. The last dance of the evening was not to be the Hnal memory of the satisfying Weekend, for the debris of once proud homecoming displays had to be cleaned up and the now useless wrecks to be dismantled and scrapped. STAN KENTON AND HIS ORCHESTRA SUPPLY MUSIC IN THEIR if I 1 My xx , 1 1 ,. . , 1 ,ap .1 H . , , W wr Ji' H - a . ' Q' -i f .1 1 -. . ,.w g w 9 1 I 3 W I xf: A ' L 3 5 H 9' , . V' 5, W f,, 3" ' 5, be WI 5 iw: ., ' ,735-' ,ye .3 N153 'Q +:f':f',' " W CG:-Pit ' .. .' We -af 425 ' :Q 'fffsf i 0 .I "h2??7? 'f" n ' fell C- 1 Q fu-an I.: mn V. ', 1' . fy .Y my ,rf . 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The mos'I unpIeasanI' aspeci' of book buying: a Tech man painfully draws ano'Iher segmeni' from savings. ff' THE WELL-KNOWN WHISTLE AGAIN SUMMONS STUDENTS TO THEIR CLASSII I I A GRADUATE CLASS OF SIX MEN, EACH ONE OF THEM INTERESTED IN AN EDUCATION, ASSEMBLES ABOUT THE PROFESSOR'S DESK. Whipped by winter winds, a student trudges homeward from a long clay on the hill, thinking of the homework awaiting him. nd A New uarter We Be in Anew U FOLLOWING THE hectic rush of fall, winter set- tles slowly on the campus. Nature sheds her Warm- Weather garb and clothes the campus with a cold bleakness. Cold winds and chilling rains bite deep, as the worst Winter in several years provides an in- centive to spend more time indoors. A Registration takes place as usual, but one Welcome change is inaugurated. Through the efforts of school oliicials, the fee lines are abolished. No more do Tech men have to spend hours waiting to pay their fees on registration day. The absence of rat caps is, in the beginning, notice- able around campus, but the freshmen assume their role as an integral part of Georgia Tech, and the days of rat caps are gone until next fall. With the arrival of poor Weather, social events fade from the spot- light, and the desire to learn smolders, as a dying fire trying to flame again. l IT IS DURING- THE WINTER QUARTER THAT CLASSES SEEM TO TAKE I' A Time To Stud ,S and tudy Harderl I I SHELTERED FROM THE rain and snow, Tech men turn to studying. The freshmen become especially in- A I I dustrious, unable to forget an unpleasant fall grade report, realizing just how formidable an obstacle I Georgia Tech can beg older students realize the pain- ful significance of a short quarter. I An unusual form of fraternity activity suddenly I interrupts the atmosphere. Being tested for member- I ship, pledges present a period of childish costumes A and silly anticsg to complete their iinal stages of initi- ' ation, fraternities Withdraw from public view, and I the campus again returns to normal. ,,a f' nf AN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING STUDENT TURNS DIALS ON A COMPLEX TESTING MACHINE IN EE LABQ LABS ARE IMPORTANT TO EDUCATI ramming Began, Exams Were Near THE END OF THE QUARTER rapidly approachesl Between an occasional houseparty, winter formal, and brief movie dates, the frenzy of studying in- creases, as desperate students try frantically to keep abreast of the quickened classroom pace. Both stu- dent and professor rush themselves to squeeze all of the required course material into the shortened quar- ter. To make matters even worse, three-hour finals are given, for the first time, during the last week of the quarter, and many students pay the penalty for in- sufficient study. Wlieii the confusion has cleared, and grades have been received, many students are deter- mined to End better scholastic rewards in the follow- ing quarter. ON. I I I I I I I I A professor con+empla+es a s+uclen+'s quesfiong many boys fail 'lo realize rhe value of seeking individual assisrance from a professor. The AE Deparl'men'r's giani- wind +unnel is +he obiecl' of much 'lesring and sfudyg a s+uden+ pauses for a quick smoke during confemplahon. For mosl' Tech sfudenls, individual sfudy during +he evening hours cons+i+u+es Jrhe major por+ion of 'rhe process of learning. if Chari-s, diagrams, and drawings oHen require prepara+ion ou+ of lab: Von Vollcenburg, HazleH', and lvie examine a plafe. Q 34 .cz Q 1 ' 'f 1 f ff , af A mg an si? , .SQ W A f ' X , . . ts Q - T . .MN ii if -f is , A . - A 1 2 ggjg x c g ' . , y W yg zbu ,A'- - , T - Q 2-- K , -if A" .-.ZL..,.l Y ohooh.oo,- ..,. no, A 1' 4 THE BANQUET HAS ENDED, BUT A PRETTY GIRL AND HER ESCORT LINGER, ENJOYING A FEW MOMENTS ALONE WITH EACH OTHER. As 'the cold weather sets in, parties move indoors: here a couple bops shoeless within the warmth of a fraternity house. All The Parties nd A Big Snow Social activities are far from neglected during the winter quarter. The Student Lecture and Entertain- ment Committee presented many cultural programs for Tech men and their dates, and an occasional Win- ter houseparty provides further enjoyment of a social nature. The student council held it's all-student Wvinter Holiday, featuring the music of Les Elgart, at the coliseum. The social highlight of most fraternities is a winter formal. It is then that many brotherhoods pre- sent a newly-chosen Fraternity Sweetheart. Engineers Week presents the academic attributes of Georgia Tech. During this Week outstanding Georgia high school students are introduced to Tech. Yes, the Winter quarter has been one of hard Work, but as the Weather becomes Warmer, thoughts turn to the near future and what it has to offer. tx-, iizqh ' 1- ' -C" A Tfi XX ,M . V 12,4 V N'--. -gimp., Covered wiI'I1 snow and slush, +I1e appearance of a bleak and dis- As 'Ihough i'I' were waiI'ing for spring, I'I1e Ad building sI'ands mal Gram' Field is a far cry from +I1e gay 'rhrongs of spec'ra+ors. behind Ieafless 'Irees and a cold snow-covered ground. X VIEW LOOKING FROM THE ADMINISTRATION BUILDING TOWARD THE YMCA BUILDING PORTRAYS A "CHRISTMAS CARD" WINTER SCENE. ' 'gf Y J I X ,ul-H g- MV-MWA W- I 'af'--'A ""T ...p--"""' 47 I III T14 If T351 IEE if W. ..1 5 g ,. . W. S' WW' 'ix " E 4'- 'Z E AN INTERESTING SOLAR EURNAGE WAS THE CONTRIBUTION OF THE DEPARTMENT OF CERAMIC ENGINEERING TO THE ENGINEERS WEEK. Tech Presideni' Edwin Harrison and Governor of Georgia Marvin Griffin break ground for The new classroom building. Georgia Tech's Texfile Engineering Deparlmen'r displayed 6 mechanical loom during The Engineers Week exhibifion. X 1 I , I E X l IX N ,X V X X l l I X X X 1 X Y X X X X X X X X 'if' QY , w! 16 MT 7' , N Q ' af---X' an ' I fr -fn-r -.5 u 4, 1' .-.N X K 1 I f T! 1 .X fi 1 Z' PRI G Spring is in heart, a stu the air: with quickened steps and a lighter dent ascends the steps 'For a s'I'udy session. SEEN BETWEEN THE COLUMNS OF SAE, THREE BOYS WALK PAST GRASSY LAWNS prin as Come, Fres And Alive After a quarter of hard work, the campus suddenly comes to life as nature gives birth to a new season. This new look promotes a pleasant, fresh atmosphere to contrast the drab monotony of winter. Determined students begin studying diligently as they attempt to make up for the mistakes of the pre- ceding quarter. Slowly, however, will-power gives i11 to spring fever. Besides, who can study when he could be enjoying a beautiful day with a beautiful girl? Student government elections soon add to the activityg after intensive campaigning, representatives are chosen for the coming year. XID BUDDING TREES TOWARD A CLASS ON THE HILL. A BURMA-CLAD BOY EYES AN "OFF THE SHOULDER" GIRL AT A SPRING PARTY. BEHIND THE COOL SHADOW OF A GIANT OAK TREE SPREADS THE ADMINISTRATION OUADRANGLE IN A SPLENDOR OF BLAZING SUNLIGHT. MXL , , "V-?'CfP, , ' 1 ' , af' I 4 r 15. . gf!! ,ng I IS On I-he grassy lawn behind 'Ihe library, fra+erni-I-y men and 'rheir In Ihe cool of 'rhe evening, benea'I'I1 Iwinkling s+ars, +I1e claI'es Iislen lazily 'ro 'Ihe ouI'cIoor concerl held during IFC Weekend. Dells and 'I'I1eir da+es enioy a combo parly on 'I'I1e pa'I'io. SITTING OUT SOME BAD WEATHER, ED LEDBETTER STRUMS A "CIGARETTE SMOKING GUITAR" WHILE ACCOMPANYING HIS SINGING FRIENDS. 52 ONE OF THE BIGGEST HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WINTER SOCIAL SEASON WAS THE GREEK WEEK FORMAL HELD AT THE BILTMORE HOTEL. Troy Norris, the chairman of Greek Week, exchanges a con- gratulatory kiss with Greek Goddess, Miss Sandra Taylor. Parties nd Fung ome Relaxation As the interest shifts once again to the social scene, Tech men begin the traditional round of spring func- tions. Bermuda parties, pajama parties, gangster parties, costume parties, party after party takes place Within fraternities throughout the campus. Included on the agenda for most fraternities are houseparties. Many memories of pleasant relief from the burdens of school linger long after a houseparty has passed. The highlight of the spring season for most of Tech, Greek Week, appears during the middle of the quarter with all its gaiety and excitement. For one full week the spotlight is on fraternity men, as the IFC lavishly entertains. Following the annual T game is an in- formal dance on the Fifth street tennis courts. Satur- day night finds a formal dance held at the Biltmore Hotel. During the formal, the Winner of the Greek Goddess Contest is announced, and a lovely Goddess begins her new reign. i s y -'- , 5 ,V V .-,. - ,. , W Tgwv' ' 'Tam :MQ R , ' fs 4 sg , N Wi :L W' W , V ' 'Z Acting President Dean Weber, flanked by several prominent of- ficers of the Armed Forces, speaks at Honors Day ceremonies. FOR THOSE IN THE TECH ROTC UNITS, THE FIRST PHASE IN Y Commencement and New pportunit SO GOES THE QUARTER. Lazily it drifts along. Tech men continue to bask in the sun and gather to- gether for hull sessions. Studies seem unimportant as home occupies many thoughts, and dreams of the T summer interfere with serious thinking. Thus another quarter brings the cycle to a close. With it comes the close in another chapter in the Book T of Life. For some, the seniors, it is the last chapter in T the section containing the most formulative years of their lives. But life is not yet over. As they leave us, . they merely begin a new chapter, one of new horizons T and of unlimited opportunity of service to their fellow T men. 54 l , , l x i T l l spring fever takes complete possession. The girl hack T NEW CYCLE AFTER GRADUATION IS THE COMMISSIONING CEREMONY PREPARIN6 THEM FOR SERVICE AS AN OFFICER IN THE ARMED FORCES, Graclualion clay, I'he clay for which millions of hours of preparalion, have been spenl, finds gracluafing seniors filing across I'he Fox Thealer slage +o receive Iheir well earned diplomas. 55 5 E E . 5 . x 56 1 r C p j S..- N . I 1 4-uv'-Am-on.q -W9 0 q-.-F.-.F--r ww-nu -mmvwggig 1 ,,..lv .Nf:5wNwfw"' ,. hmm,M , L 1 Q ...v-341116.-r'f".:1T.xni?,3gg,' 3 Xa A MINISTR T10 's 5 , A Wi, -Q www , XM-M , high y ,V Q A X vp - .. - . 4 U , k f Z , pep , ,s f I 5 , ,, gm' L' Q, ' Ei H ' , ' W t ' ' , -.- ' gf , - mws tgf -A t we .. . 4 .- .. t it img, i Q . mm in 'I-ttf" " P- A ' wwf' rw 1 4 f w. , - ' , ' H i"f:.,F-3' -' "i,'fS5::- - ' , ' yfcstrifl U Qgyfx' , ' jk' ,,1'Sff'C,5,f.fQ 'QW,Q7A'fi, wr, s 1 " 'I .::. -e -' VM , 58 ,V W -M '-s.,,,Nw SEEMINGLY oblivious of the Blue Print camera, George C. Griihn, Dean of Students, is followed through a rou- tine day at the office. Far from being a routine personality, Dean Griffin has acquired, during his thirty-five years at Georgia Tech, a list of experiences unsurpassed hy anyone acquainted with college students. Dean Griliin is not uacquaintedw with the students of Tech, rather, he knows us-our proh- lems, our frustrations, our questions, 1.1 our many aspimlioiis. He has l.Jlllil?lll-lj' listened to us, lent us money, given us advice, and defended our inleresls- before professors, before parents, be- fore policemen. His omce is always gf If m'1.,, .T I1 x N. open to anyoneg he solves any prola- lem. In the Georgia Tech Buiielin, Mr. George Griffin is HDean of Students," but in the minds of Tech Men he is HNI1: Georgia Tech." ,...-sl -.....----1 0111 President HUQHWWQQ As President, Dr. Harrison has tound that he must make many many trips all over the country. WITH THE INSTALLATION ol' Dr. Edwin D. Hair- rison as President of Georgia Tech, there was promise of a new era. Under his enterprising and unpubli- Ieadership, the school has great expr-trtuliniis ol' ris- ing to greater nationat proininr-nee. A native of Arkansas, Dr. Harrison attended thi- U. S. Naval Academy, and served as at Iiieutentnit Commander during the Second tVorId War. Alter the war he earned an IVIS degree in Mecliaiiicnt tfnginccr- ing at V.P.I., and Iater his Ph.D. at Purdue Univer- sity. He is a member of Tau Beta Pi. Phi Kappa Phi, Pi Tau Sigma, and Sigma Xi. I-Iis Iiitend of young ideas, optimism, and dignity, has gained the conhdence of the friends of Georgia Tech. Dr. Harrison has zdready demonstrated much fortitude in making numerous improvements in schoot poIicy and procedure, and in a short time has earned the admiration and respect of the entire student hody and facuIty. eing President requires a lot ot time and there isn't much me lett tor relaxation and recreation. Dr. Harrison with Governor Grittin at ground breaking ceremony. Atter ottice hours, and on week-ends, Dr. Har rison enjoys being home with his tamily. ' 5 -wh N Dean Griffin DEAN GRIFFIN, a native Georgian, is presently the only one of the Deans being a graduate of Georgia Tech. The recipient of a Masters Degree in I.lVI., the Dean received a degree in Civil Engineering in 1922. As a student at Tech, Dean Griffin was a member of the varsity track and football teamsg honorary societies, Koseme, ANAK, Alpha Pi Epsilon, and ODK, in addi- tion to a miriad of clubs, councils, and organizations. After completing his undergraduate Work, he was appointed Assistant to the Dean of Students and be- came Dean of Students in 1936, which he is today. Dean GrifHn's ability to gain the confidence and respect of Tech students enables him to handle the duties of his job with utmost eihciency and skill. Dean ason SINCE DEAN MASON was appointed Dean of the Engineering College in 1948, his capability for his job, and his friendliness toward everyone he meets, has established him as one of the most respected and admired persons on campus. He graduated from the University of Louisville in 19305 five years later, in 1935, Yale University awarded him the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. Three years later he joined Georgia Tech's faculty as an assistant professor in the School of Chemical Engineering and contributed greatly toward making the Chemical Engineering School Tech's first doctorate-offering school. In 1950 Dean Mason was awarded the honorary degree of Doctor of Engineering by the University of Louisville. I-Ie is truly a credit to the faculty and an inspira- tion to the student body. ,. I! X . nn V W u f 1 1 ,t 1'f li 1 fl lt V1 ,ry 1': 1 ! vt I1 Q. t 1 1 1 l 1 Dean Weber DEAN PAUL WEBER, a native of Tennessee, re- ceived an A.B. degree from the Southeast Missouri State College in 1925 and an M.S. degree in Chem- istry from the Missouri School of Mines in 1927. yAfter serving on the Georgia Tech faculty from 1927 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i to 1931, he transferred to Purdue and was awarded the Doctor of Philosophy in organic chemistry and chemical engineering. Dean Weber returned to Tech in 19341 and in 1948 became head of the School of Chemical Engineering. ln 1955 he was appointed Dean of Faculties, and one year later he assumed the role of Acting President, until the new president was chosen two years later. Dean Weber has been awarded membership in sev- eral honoraries, among them Phi Kappa Phi and Tau Beta Pi. Dean Hefner DEAN HEENER Hrst carrie to Tech in 1929 as a math instructor. He had worked up to a full professor hy 1936, and then was named Dean of General Studies in 194-5. His title was changed to Dean of the General College in 1948. This rapid advancement speaks for Dean He1'ner's ability and endeavor to do his joh well. Dean Hefner received a HS. from Roanoke Col- lege, and was awarded his M.S. and Ph.D. degrees hy Chicago University. In 1950 he was selected to "Whois Who in Americaf' He is a member of sev- eral honoraries and Pi Kappa Phi social fraternity. For relaxation, Dean Hefner enjoys a weekend of boating at his lake cabin. Dean Hefner is the academic advisor to freshmen, and he correlates the schools in the general college. James A. Strickland, Director of Guidance and Counciling. Fred W. Ajax, Associate Dean of Students ASSOCIATE DEAN of Students James A. Strickland is Director of Counseling and Guidance at Tech. He administers placement tests to freshmen and interprets the results, and helps boost public relations by at- tending college day programs at various high schools. Dean Strickland is from Royston, Georgia, and he earned his B.B.A. and lVI.Ed. degrees at the Univer- sity of Georgia. Dean Strickland enjoys hi-ii for a hobby. SINCE 19417 Dean Ajax has held the position of the Associate Dean of Students. In this capacity he has served as coordinator of veterans, affairs and as the placement director for senior and graduate students. In addition to being a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon, the Dean holds membership in the following honoraries: Omicron Delta Kappa, Pi Delta Epsilon, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, Alpha Phi Omega, and ANAK. DEAN PERSHING is one of Techis Associate Dean of Students, a position he has held since he came to Tech in 1945. He has jurisdiction over all of Tech's organizations. He has AB., lVI.Ed., and D.Ed. degrees, the latter from Indiana University. His honoraries include Beta Beta Beta, ANAK, Alphi Phi Omega, and Kappa Phi Kappa, and his social fraternity is Alpha Tau Omega. Dean Pershingis hobby is fishing, "When I get a chance." . N' Ls-:E nf i . . A ' N '. ... xsprfnss. ' ' - 'fri John J. Pershing, Associate Dean of Students. 'The dlninistration OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT Edwin D. Harrison, Ph.D ........ Presirlerzt OFFICE OF THE DEAN OF THE GENERAL COLLEGE Ralph A. Hefner, Ph.D .......... Dean OFFICE OF THE DEAN OF THE ENGINEERING COLLEGE Jesse W. Mason, PILD., D. Engr ....... Dean OFFICE OF THE DEAN OF FACULTIES Paul Weber, Pli.D .......... . Dean OFFICE OF THE DEAN OF STUDENTS George C. Griffin. BS. in CE ........ Dean Fred W. Ajax, BA., A.M. . Assoczfale Dean of Slzulenls John J. Pershing, A.B., M.Ecl., D.lfcI. flSSOClfIlC Dean of Slzulenls James A. Strickland, B.B.A., M.Ecl. Director of Glllillfllllif? ann' Clllllllfllllllg William Eastman Associate Director of Gill-!lHl1Cl? mul Counciling James E. Dull ...... f lssismnl Dean of Students Wilhelniina Dougherty . . . AzlnzirzzfslrnliveAssislarzt Peggie Lovvorn . . . ..... Clerk, I"'CfL?l'IIlIS Ann Bell ..... . . . PS.I'Cll0lIll'll'lSl. Cuiflrznce OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR William L. Carmichael, MS ....... Regislrnr Horace W. Sturgis, NLS. ...... flssociale Registrar Norma M. Johnson, A.B. . .blssismnt Arlmissions Umcer JAMIE B. ANTHONY Controller , JAMES G. WOHLFORD Director, Co-operative Division 's131um-1-1-n1:s.:.1:1..:..u ...,.....,.. :::::::::f ,.,........ umm we wa M of 1. 'V M111 QVC fw I . Q' A A--.- un., - , WILLIAM L. CARMICHAEL Registrar OFFICE OF THE CONTROLLER Jamie R. Anthony' .......... Controller Ewell l. Barnes, BS. . . ..... Auclitor Frank K. Houston, C.P.A ..... Controller-Retirecl Ifrank B. Wilsoli, BS. . . . Purchasing Agent nml Coorfliriator of Housing Milton T. Wliitheld ....... Assistant Auditor Toney W. Bryant, B.S.C ...... Assistant Autlitor William N. Perry, B.S.C ...... Internal Auclitor Waller H. Tripod ........ Internal Auditor Daniel P. Toinasulo . . Payroll mul Buclget Control Doris S. Wilcox . . ...... Payroll Clerk lloliert B. Logan . . Director of Institutional Stores MRS. J. HENLEY CROSSLAND Director of Libraries W. ROANE BEARD Exec. Sec., Alumni Association ROBERT C. COMMANDER General Secretary, Y.M.C.A. T. H. Edwards ..... ..... A ccountant Paul Blumensaadt, A.B ..... Chief Inventory Clerk Margaret A. Scheidler, A.B ...... Inventory Clerk A. H. Barnes ....... Director of Dining Halls CO-OPERATIVE DIVISION J. G. Wohliord, M.S .......... Director W. H. Hitch, B.M.E. . . Assistant Director B. L. Banks, M.A ........ Assistant Director THE LIBRARY Mrs. I. Henley Crosland .... Director of Libraries Dale L. Barker .... Associate Director of Libraries Miss Sophia Sullivan . Miss Tattie Mae Williams . Miss Eleanor Snith . . Mrs. Beatrice Caine . . Miss Eleanor Lee Shanley Miss Dorothy Jones . Mrs. Wilma Lasslo . . Miss Safford Harris Miss Frances Kaiser Robert N. Smith . Arthur N. Corontzes . Mrs. Charles T. Pottinger . . . . Chief of Processing . Chief of Ifeaaleris Service . . . . . . Heaol Cataloger . Acquisitions Librarian . . . Acquisitions Librarian . . . . Documents Librarian . Physical Processes Librarian . Special Collections Librarian . Interlibrary Loan Librarian . Science-Technology Librarian. . . General Stuclies Librarian . . . . . Music Librarian OFFICE OF THE ALUMNI W. Boane Beard . . . . Director of Alumni Placement and Services Robert E. Eskew ....... Associate Secretary Robert B. Wallace, Jr. . . Eflitor, Georgia Tech ALUMNUS Mrs. Charlotte jackson ........ Bookkeeper GEORGIA TECH Y.M.C.A, Robert C. Commander, B.S., B.D. . . General Secretary Donald A. Davis, B.S ...... Associate Secretary Mrs. Clyde Lyon ..... Arlrninistrative Assistant t : Ifegk , JAMES E. BOYD Director Experiment Station DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC RELATIONS Fred W. Ajax, B.A., A.WI ...... ficling Director Alice Chastain ........ lL'flilorini fissislanl ENGINEERING EXPERIMENT STATION James E. Boycl, Ph.D .......... Director Harry IQ. Baker. Jr.. B.S ...... 11ssi.s1f111L lJl'I'0Ci0l' Wyatt C. Whitley. Ph.IJ . Chief, C'l1.e11z.1'cnlSc1'a111:es lJl"lJiSi0ll Thomas W. Jackson, Ph.D. . . . . . . Chief. 1Ilecl1n11icf1I Sl'l.l?lICl?S Ui'11i.sio11 James lf. Boycl, PILD. . . . . . ,falclilig Chief. l,lI.Y3I.l,'fIl Sl'lil'lIf'CS l1TUl'Si0II William F. Alchinson. PILIJ. . . . . . Hemi, Rich ,2lll'CfI'0IlI.C CZUIIIIIIIIOI' Cenler Kenneth C. Wagner. Ph.IJ. Hear! Illllllifflifll lleuclo 11111111 Brancli Rudolph L. Yobs, BS. . . Hemi. CCl1L'l'Ui Oyices Sermfces Thomas A. Elliott. NLS .... Hemi, fll0l'lIIllII.l'lll Scrzficev James E. Garrett . . . Hemi. P,l0f0gI'U1Jlll'C mul 1fe11rorfuc.'l1'o11 SL'l"lIiCFS Robert B. Wallace. Jr., BS. . Hemi, P11l1lz'ml1'o11s Service .Robert J. Kyle. MS. . Hemi, Tecl1111'cal llIjAU7'lIIl1ll.0fI Seclion Henry H. Heine. BS.. l..l..B ...... 9 l'l'lll'Tlj" Oyicer PHTSICAL PLANT 5. LESIE MORRIS Claude A. Petty, Jr.. B.S.IfI.IZ ....... llirmrlor Direcfor of Heam, W. H. Field ...... . ,Il111'11l. mul l.f'lil1'l1'cs B. L. Vance . . . . . .... Ij!Il?I'lIfI'UlIS W. D. Baldwin ........ Rl'lfllI..WI.lT0lI Clcri' HEALTH DEPARTMENT AND INFIRMARY ENGINEERING EXTENSION DIVISION I,.CsIic Morris, jr.. BS.. PILD. . . Direclor of Health Roger- Sheppard lim.-611. ns.. itil.. its .... 11,f,-.1.-1f.,,- f'f"F' B- iuii HD- - V -. .- gcfoof fgystctan Mrs. Blanche B. Turner ........ Rl'Ql'Sll'lIl' 'dmom Cml' 'bi' V' ' ' Hung .C wo' . ysician ' Max M. Bltllliljljfg, Db., MD. . Associate .School Physician Francis J. Sincox ........... Interne ENGINEERWG EVENING SCHOOL William B. Beach . . . ....... Interne Robert S. Herndon, BS., hl.I1ifl ....... DiI'l'C.'l0l' Charles If. clI'HWl-Ol'Cl ...... Medical Technician .iohn W. Smethers. BS., MS. in LM, . ,fi.ss1'slr111l liirvclor Allmrt NI. 'Tinsley . X-Ray mul Physiollze1'apy Technician CLAUDE J. PETTY ROGER S. HOWEEL Dh,ec.l.or physical planf Director, Extension Division i 67 w- fl" v-I-""" . Q ' ..,-ii, , A sample of the intricate machines used by graduate students. THE GROWING GOMPLEXITIES of science, of pro- fessional engineering, of modern organization and management, and of architecture, result in a need f or additional higher education on the part of those Who contemplate entering various phases in these fields. Advanced education must be obtained to enable the engineer to deal successfully with professional engi- neering problems. This education can be obtained by a person through his own study or by graduate Work. Few college graduates find it possible to seek this OFFICERS RAY L. SWEIGERT Dean Miss REBECCA PASCHAL Secretary to the Dean MRS. ELIZABETH OXFORD Secretary added education by their own reading and studying after a full dayis Work on the job, therefore graduate study is of great importance. Graduate study is highly recommended f or students of engineering and science who Wish to Work in re- search, development, or highly technical and scien- tific design, for students interested in industrial man- agement at a high level, for those who Wish to serve as consultants in industries and government, and for those planning careers in education. raduate ivision RAY L. SWEIGERT u a few of the many instruments available in graduate work These ar b 'I' r.....,a-- ,,,,.. - I DONNELL W. DUTTON SEATED: Left 'to right: Gray, Simitses, Dutton, Castles, Harper. STANDING: White, Carnes, Ducoffe, Hudson. T chool of Aeronautical En ineering Donnell W. Dutton, BS. in NLE., MS. in AE. . Professor Director of School Walter Castles, Jr., B.S. in A.E. . . . . Professor Xrnold L. Ducoiofe, Ph.D ......... Professor iohin B. Gray, Ph.D ...... Associate Professor 7ohn J. Harper, B.S. in lVl.E., MS. in A.E. . . . . . . . . . . . . ASSOCil1lf3PI'0fl?SS0l Walter R. Carnes, B. of A.E., Master of Science . . . . . . . . . . . . Assistant Professor leorge J. Simitses, B. of A.E., MS. in A.B. . . Instructor Prank M. White, Jr., B.M.E., S.lVl ..... Instructor William C. Slocum ........ Model Maker leorge W. D. Cook ...... Research Technician 'Iendrik R. Hudson, B.S. in lVl.E. . Wind-Tunnel Engineer ierhert Alan Hutchinson, B. of A.E. . Wind-Tunnel Operator ANIID TI-IE RECENT development of rocket power, jet propulsion and supersonic fiight, the aeronautical engineer has emerged into World-wide prominence. Because of the increase in the demand for aero- nautical research, enrollment increase has been al- lowed, and plans to give the doctorate degree have been lormulatecl. The research and laboratory Work has been augmented this year hy the addition of a new building, with a supersonic Wind tunnel heing located in it. The remaining research facilities include a 9' Wind tunnel, a ZH' Wind tunnel, and a low tubulence Wind tunnel. PAUL M. HEFFERMAN SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT: Grady, Ramey, Bredendieck, Hefferman, Menhinick, Edwards, Bailey. STANDING: Polychrone, Wilson, Sapora, Finch, Beattie, Bechum, Shipley, Raburn, Worrell, Little, Greene. School of Architecture THERE ARE FEW professions that demand more di- verse interests and talents than that of architecture. An architect has to be both imaginative and practical. In the process of training students inthe various aspects of the profession, the School of Architecture offers four options: architectural design, structural design, industrial design, and light construction in- dustry. 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 Bachelor of Science. 70 Paul M. Heffernan, B.S., M.S., M. Arch. . . Professor Director of School James H. Grady, B. Arch ...... . Professor Howard K. Menhinick, B.S., M.L.A.C.P .... Professor Hin Bredendieck, Diploma from Bauhaus David J. Edwards, Jr., A.B., B. Arch H. Griliith Edwards, B.S. in Arch. . James H. Finch, B.S. in Arch. . . Julian H. Harris, B.S. in Arch. . . Associate Professor Associate Professor Associate Professor Associate Professor Associate Professor Demetrios A. Polychrone, B.A., M.S., D.S.C.E. Associate Professor Richard H. Pretz, B. Arch ..... Associate Professor Isaac E. Saporta, Diplom-lngenieur, Architekt Associate Professor Vernon M. Shipley. Jr.. B.S., B. Arch. . Associate Professor Richard Wilson, A.A. Diploma . . . Associate Professor George Beattie, Jr ........ Assistant Professor Arthur Frank Beckum, Jr., B.S., B. Arch., M.F.A. Rufus B. Greene, B.S., B. Arch. . Malcolm G. Little, Jr., M.G.P. . . Robert F. Babun, B.S., B. Arch. . George W. Bamey, Jr., B.S. in Arch. Norman L. Worrill, B.A .... Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor .Assistant Professor Assistant Professor C. Malcolm Gailey, B.S., B. Arch., M. Arch. . Instructor Marvin E. McDonald ........ Technician Harold Bush-Brown, A.B., M. Arch. . Professor Emeritus James Herbert Bailey, B.S., M.S. in Arch. Professor Emeritus Lane Mitchell, Ph.D ........ . l'rojas.wor Director of School H. W. Straley, Ill., Pl1.D ..... Professor of Geology Willis E. Moody, Jr., Ph.D ....., flssociale Professor A. T. Navarre .... f1ssoci1Ilc Pl'0f1'ss0r of Geology W. Carey Hansard . . .... , f'lS.SiSlfIlIl l'rofes.sor Charles F. Wfysong . fI.v.s1'slar11 l'rofe.ssor Thomas Mackrovilch . . . . Tl'Clllll'CiIIlI- Wlfflfl THIS NEW AGE of satellites the demand for ceramic engineers has increased tremendously. Util- izing one ol' the earthls most common substances and an url nearly as old as man himself, the ceramic engi- neer has produced such non-metallic materials as glass, brick, tile, and more recently, nose cones for lmllislic missiles. The course at Tech requires four years and leads to a degree of Bachelor of Ceramic Engineering. The Master of Science degree is also offered. Any gradu- ate of this school has a foundation that should assure his success in the production, sales, research, or ad- ministration of the ceramic industries. chool of Ceramic E11 ineerin LEFT TO RIGHT: Mitchell, Hansard, Navarre, Wysong, Straley, Moody. LANE MITCHELL THE WORK of the chemical engineer involves the development and operation of industrially useful chemical processes or the conversion of some discov- ery of chemistry into a practical industrial operation. The increasing need for such processes has thrust the chemical engineer into a new prominence. Coupling a fine curriculum, accredited hy the Engi- neer's Council for the Professional Development, with limited registration in the junior and senior classes, the School of Chemical Engineering has heen ahle to show immense progress in recent years and has pro- duced highly qualihed chemical engineers to serve industry. Wm. lVIeese Newton, Ph.D. Actin J. M. DallaValle, Ph.D. . W. T. Ziegler, Ph.D. . H. C. Lewis, Ph.D. . . T. H. Coodgame, Ph.D. . H. B. Grubb, Ph.D. . . H. C. Ward, Ph.D. . R. G. Wymer, Ph.D. . . J. D. Fleming, B.Ch.E. . C. A. Mayes . . . g Director chool of Chemical Engineering Regents, Regents, Associate Associate Associate Associate Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Instructor Mechanic WM. MEESE NEWTON FIRST ROW: Newton, DallaValle, Foran, Lewis. SECOND ROW: Zeigler, Ward, Wymer. ROW: Fleming, Grubb, Goodgame. -A 51" I X' WILLIAM M. SPICER FIRST ROW: Rover, Vassian, Gladden, Spicer, Neumann, Frashier, Edwards. SECOND ROW: F Carlton, Davis, Sherry, Huffman, Hunt, Hine. THIRD ROW: Grovenstein, Topp, Sessions, Ross, Stanfield. ISchool of Chemistr William M. Spicer, Ph.D. I . Q Director y Henry L. Edwards, Ph.D. . I of School William H. Eherhardl, Ph.D .... . Erling Grovenstein, Jr., Ph.D. . . Jack Heine, Ph.D .... James A. Stanfield, Ph.D. . Benjamine B. Wroth, Ph.D. .lack K. Carlton, Ph.D. . . Loyd K. Frashier, Ph.D. . . James A. Gladden, Ph.D. . James A. Knight, Jr., Ph.D. Henry M. Neumann, Ph.D. . R. Fred Sessions, Ph.D. . . Allan C. Topp, Ph.D. . . Donald G. Davis, Ph.D. . .John R. Dyer, Ph.D. . . John W. Huiiman, Ph.D. . Harold R. Hunt, Jr., Ph.D. . J. T. Waters Ross, IVLS. . . Donald J. Boyer, Ph.D. . Peter B. Sherry, Ph.D. . Joe F. Allan, B.S ..... I'rofcssor I' ro fesso r Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Emeritus . Associate . Associate . . Associate . . Associate . Associate . Associate . Associate . Assistant . Assistant . Assistant . Assistant . Assistant . Assistant . Assistant Howard W. Haworth, lVl.S. . . . Paul B. Langford, lVI.S. . . Edwin C. Vassian, M.S. . Harry K. Grant . . . Mrs. W. C. Thihadeau . Professor Pro essor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Instructor Instructor Instructor Instructor Machinist . Chemical Technician Ol'l'l'E.N THOUGHT ol' as a man in white surrounded hy lest tubes, hunsen hurners, chemicals, tubes, and other chemical apparatus, the chemist has been ac- claimed as the research man which is greatly respon- sihle for the knowledge of our physical surroundings. Since Georgia Tech's earliest days, chemistry has Iieen in the hasic curriculum. A Bachelor of Science degree accompanies the completion of the four years of undergraduate work- If he chooses to do so, the student may enter into study toward the masters or doctorate degree, the doctorate degree being offered in the organic, physical, inorganic, and analytical chemical fields. ROBERT E. STIEMKE FIRST ROW: King, Fincher, Paque'H'e, Schutz, Jones, Carstens. SECOND ROW: Sowers, May, Slaughter, Kinclsvater, Lucas, Stiemke. THIRD ROW: Eichler, Grune, Peavy, Bates, Neives- Olmo, Marmelsiein. School of Civil Engineerin CIVIL ENGINEERING at Tech has undergone spec- tacular changes recently to meet the challenge of to- morrow with new materials, and new methods of de- sign and construction demanding more rigorous ap- plications of the scientific approach. The civil engineer does work in such fields as struc- tural design, hydraulics, transportation, and sanitary engineering. New facilities for structural, research, and engi- neering materials laboratories were recently opened, and the hydraulics laboratory expanded. Air polution and photogrammetry were offered for the first time this year. Robert E. Stiemke, M.S., C.E .... Director of School Carl E. Kindsvater, M.S ...... Marion R. Carstens, Ph.D. . John O. Eichler, M.S. . . Richard King, M.S. . . Radnor J. Paquette, MS ...... George F. Sowers, M.S ...... Austin B. Casenian, M.S. fon leavej . Wrener N. Grune, Dr. Eng. Sc. . . James I'I. Lucas, M.S ...... Frederick W. Schutz, lr., Ph.D. . . ,Iames R. Fincher, M.S .... . Don B. Jones, M.S .... . George M. Slaughter, M.S. . . . George D. May .... . Charles C Hedges . . Homer J. Bates . . Charles IVI. Pavey . . Regents' Associate Associate Associate Associate Assistant Assistant Assistant Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor . . . Instructor Graduate Assistant . . Technician . Technician Benjamin J. Dasher, Sc.D ..... Director ol School David L. Flllll, PILD ..... . . Frank O. Nottingham, Jr., Ph.D. . . Domenico P. Savant, lVl.S., EE. . . l'r0fe.ss0r ElllfCl'iltLS Jolm Taylor, lJh.D. . . . Edward B. Weston, M.S. . . Danield C. Fielder, Ph.lJ. . . F. Kenneth Hurd, Ph.D. . . Earl W. McDaniel, Ph.lJ .... . Howard L. McKinley, MS., BE. . . William F. Mcliune, Ph.D. . Edward E. Perkins, M.S. . . Ashford Stalnaker, EL. . . John M. Bailey, M.S. . . Joseph M. Cooge, M.S. . . . Joseph L. Hammond, MS. . . George B. Hawlliorne, M.S. . . Robert D. Hayes, MS. . . . Paul T. Hutchinson, MS. . . Jim T. Long. MS .... . Kendall L. Su, Ph.D. . . . l Jolm M. lvallace, Jr., M.S. . . l Thomas M. While, MS. . . Thomas D. Shockley, MS. . p Samuel N. Witt. Jr., M.S. . Q John B. Berry, Jr., B.l2.E. . l Arthur Hagedorn, BS. in EE. . Henty E. Meadows, Jr., MS. . Charles L. Phillips, MS. . . Jack C. Wiilson, MS. . T Raleigh M. Ford . ' Charles M. Walker . l I 1 . . Professor . . . Professor . . . l'r0fes.s0r . . . l'r0fessor . . . llrofessor f1SSOClilllC l'rofc.ss0r flssociaie l'rofessor flssocinle l'l'ofe.v.s0r fl s.S0c.'1'r1le l,I'0fCSSUI' .flssocinlc P1'ofc.ssn1' .flssocinlc l'rofcss0r flssorrinle l'l'0fc.9.wr .flx.s1'sla11l l'rofcssor .fIs.w'.slnn1 P ro f essn 1' .fl x.v1'xl fl nl l11'0fcsso1' flssixmlzl l'rnff's.snr .'l.95fSllllIl l'r0fe.ssa1' .fl .Sslislfllll lJl'1I.fl"SSf7lA .fl.r.s1'.wlz111l l'rofc.xsn1' ."l.YSTXIfIlIf ljI'0f!'S.WJI' .'lSSl'.SN1IIl l'rufes.wr .flsx1'sl1111l l'l'nff'.ssn1' . . . L6f'lIll'f'l' . LOI'fIll'l'f . lnxlructor . lrlslrzzclor . lnslrzzclnr . ll1SfI'llCf0I' . lnslrzzclor . Jllcch nn fc . TGCIIIIIJCTIIII THE ELECTRONIC, atomic, and nuclear age of to- day has called with ever-increasing demands upon the talents ol the electrical engineer. Electrical power systems for many new inventions require an increas- ing amount of theoretical knowledge which the BE. is called on to produce. The l'undamental sciences comprise a major portion ol' the training of an electrical engineer at Tech. How- ever, seniors take a specialization option of either electronics and communications or electrical power engineering. Either option requires four years of study l or the Bachelor of Electrical Engineering de- gree. School of Electrical Engincerin BENJAMIN J. DASHER FIRST ROW: Dasher, Hutchison, Bailey, McDaniel, Hurd, Witt. SECOND ROW: White. , Weston, McKinley, Taylor. THIRD ROW: Su, Felder, Perkins, Hagedorn, Wallace, Long, Googe, , Phillips, Shocldey, Finn, Berry, McKune, Hayes, Meadows, Wilson. PERHAPS no words could match in conciseness with those adopted by the American Institute of Industrial Engineering to define industrial engineering: Industrial engineering is concerned with the de- sign, improvement, and installation of integrated sys- tems of men, materials, and equipment, drawing upon specialized knowledge and skill in mathematical, physical, and social sciencesg together with the prin- ciples and methods of engineering analysis and de- sign, to specify, predict, and evalute the results to be obtained from such systems. Frank F. Groseclose, M.S ..... Director of School William N. COX, Jr., M.M.F, .... . David C. Ekey, Ph.D. . . Joseph Krol, Ph.D .... Robert N. Lehrer, Jr., Ph.D. . . . Winheld A. Brooks, M.S. . . Paul T. Eaton, Ph.D. . . . Edward C. Franklin, MS. . . . John H. McKay, Ph.D ...... Rocker T. Staton, Jr., Dr. Engrg. . . R. N. Trowbridge, M.A ...... Cecil G. Johnson, M.S .... . John B. Day, BS. . . Tee H. Hiett, Jr., M.S. . . Martin B. Roberts, B.I.F,. . Jack R. Walker, BS ..... Thomas L. Newberry, B.l.F.. . . James W. Gotcher, B.l.E ...... Douglas H. Hutchinson, B.l.E .... Frank Szomy, BS ........ Emilio M. Zorrilla, B.l.F,. . . Charles C. Thomas . . . School of Industrial Engineering FRANK F. GROSECLOSE . . Professor . Professor . Professor . . Professor . . . Professor Associate Professor Associate Professor Associate Professor Associate Professor Associate Professor Associate Professor Assistant Professor . . . Lecturer . Lecturer . Lecturer . . . . Lecturer . . . Instructor Graduate Assistant Graduate Assistant Graduate Assistant Graduate Assistant . . . Technician FIRST ROW: Franklin, Brooks, Roberts, Groseclose. SECOND ROW: Mocler, Eaton. THIRD ROW: Cox, Hei'H, Ekey, Trowbridge. was Walker, Johnson, Kroe. I I I I I XI N' y. AAD I F, 'I ,r i, its ,Q MAU RICE R. BREWSTER FIRST ROW: Morgan, Aldredge, Brewster. SECOND ROW: Etheridge, Moeller, Andel, THIRD ROW: Hill, Thompson, Warren, Crotty. FOURTH ROW: Gilman, Proctor, Brown. FIFTH ROW: Miller, Green, Bollinger. SIXTH ROW: Flinn, Bolton, Buckingham, Morgan. SEVENTH ROW: Maddox, Smith, Bowles, Hall, Francisco. School of Industrial ana ement Maurice R. Brewster, M.B.A. Director of School Walter S. Buckingham, Ph.D .... John L. Fulmer, Ph.D. . . A. R. Marshall, Ph.D. . . William J. Proctor, M.A. . Noah Warren, M.A. . Fred B. Wenn, M.A. . H. E. Dennison, A.B. . . Ernest W. Aldredge, Ph.C. . Jesse C. Brown, B.C.S. . Glenn Wi. Gilman, Ph.D. . Roy A. James, M.A .... Samuel Thompson, Ph.D. . E. R. Bollinger, M.S. . . A. J. Cooper, M.S. Ion leavel John T. Etheridge, M.B.A. . William A. Flinn, M.B.A. . Robert E. Green, M.B.A. . George E. Maddox, M.S. . Warren E. Moeller, M.B.A. . Professor Professor . Professor . Professor Professor Professor . . . Professor Professor Emeritus Associate Professor Professor Associate Associate Professor Associate Professor Professor Associate Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Professor Assistant Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Julian E. Bolton, M.B.A. . .... Instructor A. E. Crotty, M.B.A. . . . . Instructor Ralph L. Day, M.S. .... . . Instructor Joseph E. Kling, M.B.A .... . . Instructor Marlin V. Law, MS. Ion leavel . . Instructor H. Lynn Miller, M.S ..... .... I nstructor John E. Morgan, M.S. . .... Instructor T. B. Chisholm, M.S. . . . Special Instructor Tommy P. Hall, B.B.A. . H. Selby Hill, . W. D. Kerr, B.S ..... Albert D. Maynard, Ph.D. . Ernst W. Swanson, Ph.D. . Roy Cooper, M.S .... . Special Lecturer . Special Lecturer . Special Lecturer . Special Lecturer . Special Lecturer . Special Lecturer .77 THE OBJECTIVE of the School of lndustrial Man- agement is to train students for decision-making posi- tions in industry. Primary emphasis is placed on eco- nomic theory, accounting control principles, market- ing and production management problems, and indus- trial relations. Underlying these areas of study is a background in basic sciences, mathematics, and engineering. Since the requirements for executive positions in industry have become much higher in recent years, a more comprehensive, liberalized course of study is neces- sary for industrial managers. . ., ,. ..,..,.,....J MARVIN B. SLEDD FIRSI ROW: Purvis, Redkevitch, Swenson, York, Syn, Kainen. SECOND ROW: Evans, Wray, Walker, Drucker, Kasriel, S'raIIarcI, Starrett, THIRD ROW: Johnson, Wahab, Imrnel, Currie, Brooks, Osborn, Garrett. FOURTH ROW: Martin, Line, Smythe, Holton, Dyer, Fulton. FIFTH ROW: Jones, Vail, Smith, Jayne. SIXTH ROW: Atchinson, Sledd, Bailey. chool of Mathematics ALTHOUGH MATHEMATICS is one of the oldest of man's scientific endeavors, its importance contin- ues to grow with great rapidity. The last sixty years have witnessed mathematical developments compar- able to the transition from smoke signals to television. The mathematics curriculum which engineers will study in sixty years from now is diflicult to imagine. The School of Mathematics seeks to provide in- struction in currently important mathematical disci- plines, and at the same time to introduce topics that will be standard mathematical equipment for engi- neers ten years from now. I Marvin B. Sledd, Ph.D. . Director Alson H. Bailey, Ph.D. . . Herman K. Fulmer, M.A. . Clarke Hook, M.A. . David M. Smith, Ph.D. . Austin L. Starrett, M.A. . John C. Currie, Ph.D. . . Bertram M. Drucker, Ph.D. W. Buell Evans, Ph.D. . James R. Garrett, Ph.D. . Chandler H. Holton, M.A. John A. Nohel, Ph.D. . . James H. Wahab, Ph.D. . James C. Brooks, M.A. . Theodore K. Dyer, M.S. . Arthur E. Fulton, M.S. . Eric R. lmmel, PILD. . . Roger D. Johnson, Ph.D. Robert H. Kasriel, Ph.D. John P. Line, M.S. . . William M. Martin, M.A. James M. Osborn, Ph.D. . Colbert T. Purvis, Ph.D. . William R. Smythe, Ph.D. Frank W. Stallard, Ph.D. C. Robert Swenson, M.A. . John R. Vail, M.A .... James W. Walker, Ph.D. . Joe W. Wray, Ph.D. . . Guy A. York, M.A. . . John W. Jayne, M.A. . . William J. Jones, M.C. . Abraham J. Kainen, M.A. Zenon Redkevitch, M.S. . Wai Mun Syn, M.S. . . of School . . . Professor . . . Professor . . . Professor Professor Emeritus Professor Emeritus Professor 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 Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor .Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Instructor Instructor . Instructor . Instructor . Instructor Homer S. Weber, Ph.D. . Director Mario J. cogiia, Plato. . Robert L. Allen, lVl.S. . . of School William B. Harrison, lll, l3'h.D. . A, Dinsmore Holland, NLS. Thomas W. Jackson, Pli.D. joseph P. Viclosic, Pli.lJ. . Horace O. Foster, NLS. . Charles W. Gorton, Ph.D. Ottis M. I-larrelson, lVl.S. William A. Hinton, NLS. Kenneth G. Picha, Pli.D. . Richard A. Trotter, MS. . S. C. Barnett, MS. . J. H. Murphy, NLS. . R. P. Ramirez. MS. . . Frank A Thomas, Jr., NLS. Calvin C. Oliver, B.M.E. . Kenneth Pt. Purdy, B.Nl.E. Phillip G. Sexton. B.M.E. A. C. Brillat, BS ..., Regents' lfeseorclz, .fl ssocinl 0 ,flssociale fI.ssoc1'a1e .4 ssociola .fl ssorfzfrzlc flssocirzle .ft.ss1'smnt .fl ssismlzl .4 lssI'slnl1l ,fl ssismnl Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Pro fcssor lnslrucl or l11slrz1r'lor lnslruclor Lvcllzrer DEGREES in Mechanical Engineering, only, were awarded by Georgia Tech from the opening of the institute in l388 until l396. The curriculum has changed greatly through the years and presently cov- ers a broad field of subjects in Which fundamental theory is emphasized. Mechanical Engineering embraces the science and art ol' the generation, transmission, and utilization of heat and mechanical energy, as Well as the produc- tion ol tools, machines, and their products. There are no optional courses, but electives are provided so that a student may choose subjects most suited to his in- dividual desires. chool of Mechanical Engineering HOMER S. WEBER FIRST ROW: Holland, Weber, Hinton, Ramirez. SECOND ROW: Goglia, Allan, .Purdy. THIRD ROW: Brillat, Murphy, Foster, Barnett, Thomas. FOURTH ROW: Sexton, Gorton, Vldostc, Trotter, Picha. IN THE complex technology of today, a knowledge of the fundamentals of physics is becoming increas- ingly important to the engineer7s training. The school of physics supplies these courses basic to all fields of engineering, and specialized courses designed for par- ticular engineering discipline: Courses are heing offered which lead to the 1' ollow- ing degrees: Bachelor of Science in Physics, Bachelor of Science in Physics fCeophysics Optionj, Master of Science in Physics, Master of Science in Nuclear Science, and Doctor of Philosophy. School of Physics J. H. Howey, Ph.D. . Director of School V. Crawford, Ph.D. . L. D. Wyly, Ph.D. . R. M. Ahrens, Ph.D. . E. E. Bortell, M.S. . C. H. Braden, Ph.D. . H. R. Brewer, Ph.D. W. P. Ewalt, M.A. . H. A. Cersch, Ph.D. . H. M. Herrernan, M.A. E. W. McDaniel, Ph.D. M. L. Meeks, Ph.D. . E. T. Prosser, M.A. . T. L. Weatherly, Ph.D. J. O. Williams, Ph.D. D. W. Martin, Ph.D. W. C. Simpson, Ph.D. J. R. Stevenson, Ph.D. O. B. Wike, M.S. . A. E. Williamson, lVl.S E. L. Beeson, M.S. . H. G. Carmichael, A.B. H. G. Dulaney, B.S. N. S. Kendrick, M.S. J. H. Meeks, B.S. . E. T. Patronis, B.S. W. M. Pritchard, M.S. A. L. Stanford, M.S. M. E. Wallace, B.S. . R. W. Anderson . . fon leavej Associate Associate Associate Associate Associate Associate Associate Associate Associate Associate Associate Associate Assistant Assistant Assistant Assistant Assistant Professor 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 . Special Lecturer Ilflechanic 1 JOSEPH H. HOWEY FIRST ROW: Carmichael, Alirens, Williamson, Crawford, Wyly, Parker, SECOND ROW: Wil- liamson, Weatherly, Slade, Beeson, Ewalt, Prosser, Wilre. THIRD ROW: Simpson, Kendrick, MC- Daniel, Gersch, Bortell, Wallace, Braden. J HERMAN A. DICKERT LEFT TO RIGHT: Jones, Hill, Taylor, McCarty, Postman, Fletcher, Lathen, Diclcer+, Alford. chool of Textile Engineering Herman A. Dickert, A.B., M.A., Sc.D. Director of School Charles A. ,l ones, B.S ....... James L. Taylor, Ph.D. . . Ralph L. Hill, B.S., NLS. . . Gerald B. Fletcher, B.S. . . . John I. Alford, Bs .... . . J. W. McCarty, B.S., lVl.S. . . . William Postman, Ph.D. . . . Ralph C. Lathem, B.S., M.S. . . . . . Professor Professor Emeritus . . . Professor . . . Professor Associate Professor Associate Professor Associate Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor SINCE IT is directly beneficial to this region's oldest and largest enterprise, the production of textiles, tex- tile engineering is especially important to the South. The textile engineering school supplies the creative genius and manufacturing skill necessary for the progress of this important industry. Tech's School of Textile Engineering, offers the degrees of Bachelor of Textile Engineering, embody- ing the engineering phases of the industry, and the Bachelor of Science of Textiles, divided into the Man- ufacturing, Chemical, and Dyeing Options. Graduate work is also offered. WILLIAM B. JOHNS FIRST ROW: Savage, Clark, Armstrong, Heim, Mee. SECOND ROW: Bragg, Johns, Mandellrer 0 9 . Gray, Brown. THIRD ROW: Hodson, Doyle, Sheridan, FOURTH ROW: Narmore, Smith, R. D fb Adams. FIFTH ROW: Stoneking, Smith, D., Sterling, Hilding, SIXTH ROW: Wilks, Durden 0 Halmark, Hill, Bliss. SEVENTH ROW: Ellis, Jacobs, Linthicum, Wheby. Engineering Drawing and Mechanics CERTAIN COURSES are basic in the training of the engineer. Two such courses are Engineering Drawing and Mechanics. Engineering Drawing gives the student the basic knowledge required to interpret technical engineering drawings and teaches them proper methods of graphi- cally representing their own ideas and thoughts. On the other hand, mechanics concerns itself with forces and their effects on motion or the shape of bodies and gives a foundation for the design and construction of machinery, structures, bridges, and mechanical equip- ment. Williain B. Johns, Jr., M.S. Director of Division Phil B. Narmore, Ph.D. . Bryan L. Brown, M.S. . . Francis M. Hill, M.S.E. . R. Kenneth Jacobs, Ph.D. Jakob Mandelker, Dr. Engin. Charles E. Stoneking, Ph.D. l7rank Bogle, M.S. IRet.,I . Francis C. Bragg, M.S. . . Joseph C. Durden, Jr., M.S. James H. Armstrong, M.S. . John C. Clark, M.S. . . Ishmael L. Ellis, M.S. . . John D. Hutchison, M.S. . Frank M. Rowan, B.S. IRet.'I Science Harry C. Savage, Jr., B.S., M.A.Ed. Regents' Associate Associate .Associate Assistant Assistant Assistant Assistant Assistant Assistant Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Pro fessor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Robert H. Doyle, B.S ......... Instructor James R. Gray, B.S ...... . . . Instructor Earl M. Wheby, B.S .......... Instructor lra E. Wilks, B.S ........... Instructor Joseph W. Adams, B.S., Captain, U.S.A. QRet.J . Lecturer William C. Bliss, B.S., M.E., Colonel, U.S.A. QRet.I .......... Lecturer John P. Edgerly, B.S., Colonel, U.S.A. fRet.J . Lecturer Everard M. Heim, B.S., Lt. Commander, U.S.N. fRet.J .......... Lecturer C. Dewey Hilding, B.S., Lt. Commander, U.S.N. CRet.,I ........ . Lecturer Fremont B. Hodson, Brig. General, U.S.A. fRet.fI ...... . Lecturer Williain J. Larson, B.S., Captain, U.S.N. fRet.J ...... . Lecturer Theodoric C. Linthicum, B.S., Captain, U.S.N. fRet.J ........ . Lecturer Francis J. Mee, B.S., M.S., Rr. Admiral, U.S.N. fRet.J .......... Lecturer Arthur J. Sheridan, B.S., Colonel, U.S.A. fRet.I . Lecturer Donald H. Smith, B.S., Colonel, U.S.A. fRet.J . Lecturer Robert H. Smith, B.S., Rr. Admiral, U.S.N. fRet.J ....... . Lecturer Leroy P. Sterling, M.S., Ph.B. . . Lecturer I 2 Andrew J. Walker, Ph.D. . Head of Department Lloyd W. Chapin, M.A. lon leavel . Regents' Henry W. Adams, A.B., M.A. Hal C. Brown, A.B., MA. . Edwin H. Folk, A.B., M.A. . Glenn W. Rainey, A.B., M.A. Tom F. Almon. BS., M.A. . . David B. Comer, lll, Ph.D. . Edward Foster, B.S.. M.A. . . James B. Haitian, A.B., M.A. . W. Richard Metcalfe, A.B., M.A. . . Karl M. Murphy. Ph.D .... . Ralph Bergamo. A.B., M.A. . Milton Chaikin, Ph.D. . . . A. Frank Hamrick, A.B.. M.A. Alton A. Hohgood. A.B., M.A. Samuel C. Ketchin, Ph.D, . . William B. Mullen. Ph.D. . John P. O'Neill, BS., M.A. . Ralph B. Spillman, A.B., M.A. James D. Young, Ph.D .... . Edward J. Cerwinski, A.B.. M.A. . lrving F. Foote, A.B .... James A. Jordan, BS.. MA. . . James A. Lineharger, A.B., MA. . Benjamon J. Lucow, A.B., MA. John W. Platt, Jr., A.B.. MA. Halbert A. Reeves, A.B., M.A. George R. Ridge, A.B., M.A.. M.lin. Larry J. Rubin, Ph.D .... David R. Slavitt. A.B.. M.A. . Walter F. Taylor, A.B ...... flSSOC1illll3 flssoeiale Associate flssoeiale fl ssociate .flssoeiole fl ssismnl fl ssismnl fl sszfslanl ,fl ss isl U n I fl ssisl ani fl SSIJSIIIIII fl ss isl cz nl flsszfslanl ,fl ssislmzl Mrs. Mary Nell Santecrocc, AB., M.A. . Dram Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor lllSfl'I1ClUI' lnslrzzrlor Inslrzlcl or lnslruclor Inslruelor lrzslruzrlor llISll'lICf0l' lllslrucrlor lnslruelor lnslru elor lrzslrzlelor I1 D free! o r AT GEORGIA TECH the Department of English shares the responsibility for developing in each stu- dent a lmreadth of knowledge and an enriched under- standing, as well as the ability to express clearly his own ideas and to understand the ideas of others. ln all its offerings, the department is conscious of its obligation to aid in the development of well-educated men and women. The department teaches required courses to all Freshmen and Sophomores and eighty percent of the Juniors, in addition to offering elective courses to all students. Department of English vw ANDREW J. WALKER SlTTlNG: Hamrick, Spillman, Almon, Rainey, Comer, Folk, Ridge. STANDING, FIRST ROW: t Haman, Brown, Walker, Foster, Jordan, O'Neill, Hobgoocl, Bergamo. SECOND-RQW: Platt, Reeves, Mullin, Linebarger, Young, Rubin, Adams, Slarvitt, Lucow, Foote, CZBFWIHSRI, Challun, Murphy, Metcalte. THE CONCEPT of a sound mind Within a sound body is as true for the Tech student today as it was for Spartan youths in years past. ln keeping With this belief, the Department of Physical Training presents a sound two-year course to the Tech student. The freshman is instructed in swimming, gymnas- tics, and track, to strengthen the body and limbs. The sophomore schedule places the emphasis on those team sports which might be continued in later life. They are basketball, softball, touch football, volleyball, and paddleball. Arthur M. Coleman, M.A. Head of Fred Lanoue, M.A. . . Lyle Welser, M.A. . . Norris C. Dean, B.S. . . John T. Foster, M.A. . . Byron A. Gilbreath, M.Ed. John C. Hyder, B.S. . . Her-bert McAuley, BS. . J. T. Pittard, B.S. . . Tommy Plaxico, B.S. . . . . . . . Professor Department . . . . . . Professor . . . . Professor . . Associate Professor . . Assistant Professor . . . Assistant Professor . . Assistant Professor . . Assistant Professor . . Associate Professor . Assistant Professor Department of Physical Training l ARTHUR M. COLEMAN McAuley, FIRST ROW: Pittarcl, Coleman, Foster, Lanoue, Welser. SECOND ROW: Hyder, Plaxico, Deaf! James D. Wriglit, A.B., MA., Ph.D ..... Professor Head of Department Robert IVI. Ervin, A.B., lVI.A., Dipl. du Prof. . Professor George F. Walker, B.S., AB., IVI.A. . Associate Professor Louis J. Zahn, A.B., A.IVI., Ph.D. . . Assistant Professor James Gough, Ir., BS., A.M ....... Instructor Department of odern I i I I I I I I - IN DOING its part to develop a well-informed engi- neer, the Social Sciences Department describes to I V. and government. For Sophomores and upper class- I men, there are courses in history, government, soci- I ology, economics, and philosophy. All of these courses serve to increase the stucIent's awareness ot himself I and his environment. SEATED: Hendricks. STANDING, FIRST ROW: Scharf, Sisk, Gaston, Robercls, 'Wigl-I+. SECOND ROW: Tsouderos, Rodemann, Lorch, Medalia. ,Languages I Freshmen the facts of contemporary American society LEFT TO RIGHT: Gough, Zahn, Wright, Walker, Ervin. WITH THE RISING importance of engineering and technology as a political and military factor in World affairs, the Department of Modern Languages occu- pies a subsequent position of importance at Tech. In giving the student a proficiency in translating the technical and scientific literature of a foreign Ian- guage, the department also strives to broaden the stucIent's perspective on World affairs. Department of ocial Sciences George Hendricks, Ph.D ..... Associate Professor Acting Head of Department Glenn N. Sisk, Ph.D. . Robert Scharf, Ph.D. . Edward A. Gaston, Jr., Ph.D. . . Robert S. Lorch, Ph.D. Uahum Z. Medalia, Ph.D. . . Elmo IVI. Roberds, Ph.D. Williani Rodemann, IVI.A ,Iohn E. Tsouderos, Ph.D Willard E. Wight, Ph.D. Melvin Ecke, Ph.D. . . R. Baine Harris, lVI.A. . David Hawk, Ph.D. . . Thomas D. Philips, AB. Hoke Smith, IVLA. . . . . . Professor Associate Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor . . . Instructor . . . Lecturer . Lecturer . Lecturer . Lecturer . Lecturer SEATED: Cannon, lngols. STANDING: Fincher, Kethley, Fainer. PROBLEMS of health and sanitation confront all in- dustries. Students entering industry need a thorough knowledge of these problems and the modern tech- niques used in the solution of them. The Department of Public Health and Biology offers courses in biol- ogy, anatomy, bacteriology, and human physiology, as well as sanitation and industrial hygiene. Department of Psycholog Robert S. lngols, Ph.D. Head of Department . . . . . . . Professor Albert E. Cannon, MS. Robert Fetner, Ph.D. . . . . . Associate Professor . . . Assistant Professor Edward L. Fincher, lVI.S. . . . Special Lecturer Thomas W. Kethley, lVI.S. . . Special Lecturer S6 Joseph E. Moore, Ph.D. Head of Department . . . . . . . Professor Edward H. Loveland, Ph.D ..... Associate Professor lVl. Carr Payne, Jr., Ph.D ..... Assistant Professor Richard P. Moll, Ph.D. . . . Assistant Professor Department of ,L Public Health and Biolog KNOWLEDGE of the characteristics of human be- havior, social behavior, emotion, learning, and per- sonality has proved to be one of major importance in the fields of management and engineering. The De- partment of Psychology provides the student with a knowledge of the applications of psychological prin- ciples in business and industry. LEFT TO mem: Moll, Payne, Loveland, Moore. i sl FIRST ROW: OH, Harper, Robertson, Herron, Bremer, Stevens. SECOND ROW: Kroepach, Firth, Ellxin, Dobbs, Davis. THIRD ROW: Clark, Heimrich, Player, Crutsinger, Till. Air Force R.O.T.C. William R. Robertson, Ir., Col., USAF Theodore W. Bremer, lVlajor, USAF Frank C. Herron, Major, USAF . . Alfred lVl. Firth, Capt., USAF . . Kay W. Kroepach, Capt., USAF . . Walter H. Ott, Capt., USAF . . Walter C. Stevens, Capt., USAF . . lames C. Harper, lst Lt., USAF . . John R. Crutsinger, lVlfSgt., USAF . Claude B. Dobbs, lVlfSgt., USAF . Clarence W. Till, MfSgt., USAF . Herbert H. Davis, TfSgt., USAF . Raymond S. Elkin, TfSgt., USAF . John W. Player, TfSgt., USAF . . Richard P. Heimerich, SfSgt., USAF James Clarke, A1 X C, USAF . . . Walter E. Collier, Capt., USAF . . . . PAS Assistant PAS Assistant PAS Assistant PAS Assistant PAS Assistant PAS Assistant PAS Assistant PAS Supply NICO Senior Clerk Adm. Assistant Supply NCO . Senior Clerk . Senior Clerk Senior Clerk . . . Senior Clerk Assistant PAS 1 ly-mv WILLIAM R. ROBERTSON THE AIR FORCF. Reserve Othcers' Training Corps is the youngest of the Georgia Tech ROTC units. The purpose ol the unit is to select and train students to serve as othcers in the Regular and Reserve compon- ents of the United States Air Force. Upon completion ol' four years of air science and graduation from Tech, cadets are commissioned as Second Lieutenants. Since 1953 a generalized course of instruction has been in operation to both regular and co-op students. lVlinor niodiiicatioiis have been initiated to emphasize leadership, knowledge of Air Force principles, and air power concepts. I I WILLIAM F. CURREN FIRST ROW: Lawrence, Harris, Holly, Curren, Roberts, Bradford, Watson. SECOND ROW Greenwood, Beganie, McKenzie, Hayes, Ringenbach, Bunn, Shaffer, Morgan. THIRD ROW: Gos horn, Eldridge, Butts, Dra'I'I1, Butler, Sirope, Leiller, Heeke. FOURTH ROW: Wright, Fraser Milici, Rentz, Burns, Brennan, Sullivan. Arm ROTC SINCE 1917 the Army Reserve OHicer's Training Corps has supplied the Army with officers for the Signal, Chemical, lnfantry, Artillery, Ordnance Corps and the Corps of Engineers, from Tech. Military leadership is stressed by instruction in courses necessary to produce good Army oflicers. The advanced course, offered during the junior and senior years, is concerned with specializing the cadet in one of the six offered branches. Upon graduation and the completion of four years of military science, the cadet will be commissioned as a Second Lieutenant. f " - ' ,glifgvzvas g . , t 1. , ' ' , gyi 5. asf X. Q .1 - Matters ' raseaaes fgO f , , X in 6 Us f- f XX rss sae' It it J 5555s I Q if Z J SV of Q Qatar X A 051 ft. Q E' 'X ff f ,gre Cs ' .X-'zafstwetf-ffef ' fbi 3. r M-sf. -, , X A L I 'sis eff iflib X.-SNA, A. L. 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N 7i.,"?2 '-Is:.'f5.,wW ,3Q,.'i ,JN1 S -'fill' L.. fi. sm .ss .tug w as Q g Sri 9,5 ii ,iff Ss N , 1 K , A, X 1 54833 ,txt NW 'aw s It W fS"YTQs . -iv ' s ew. r, s . is 2. M a s as 3 f 1 K ws- fs? 9, f egg as .ft mm 5 N? ,W f, f"-at s xwfa,a,f, ' 'ss 1 sf sp ec IQ ffstaf 73 Ji a f f Q Rf, I rw, V, s sh ,fs aff ,s t V f wi X XOQ5 if 5 ' M' I fs is effwffwf CW sf 5 It ' Megs X? I5 9 xx ffftf' QVZX A fy sb Sl tg , f re, N f ,mffvt yes X r vfs s., 4? X s gs fwfr' ,I 197, , , 3 X V ,, X 2 f 52? W f 4 . . 5 Williain F. Curren, Jr., Colonel, Arty., B.S. . . . . Professor of Military Science and Tactics Barton L. Harris, Lt. Col., C.E., B.S. Assistant Professor George J. Holly, Jr., Lt. Col., Ord. C., B.S. . . . . . . . . . . . . Assistant Professor Keith M. Roberts, Lt. Col., Arty., B.S. . Assistant Professor Robert K. Bradford, Major, Cml. C., B.S. . . . . . . . . . . . . Assistant Professor Thomas E. Lawrence, Major, Inf., B.S. . Assistant Edwin A. Watson, Major, C.E., B.S. . Assistant Henry R. Beganie, Capt., Arty., B.S., M.A. . . Assistant Dudley T. Bunn, Capt., Inf., B.S. . . Assistant Wilfred H. Drath, Capt., Inf., B.S. . Assistant Lunceford P. Gillentine, Capt., Sig. C., B.S. . . . . . . . . . . . . Assistant Bartley J. Greenwood, Capt., Arty., B.S., M.A. . . . . . . . . . . . . Assistant Errol E. Hayes, Jr., Capt., Cml. C., B.S. . . . . . . . . . . . . Assistant James E. McKenzie, Capt., Cml. C., B.S. . . . . . . . . . . . . Assistant Newton B. Morgan, Capt., Sig. C., B.S. . Assistant Frank P. Bingenbach, Jr., Capt., Inf., B.S. . . . . . . . . . . . . Assistant John R. Schaffer, Capt., Inf., B.S. . Assistant David T. Butts, TfSgt., B.S .... Assistant Angus J. Heeke, MfSgt., B.S. . . Assistant William J. Rentz, MfSgt. . . Assistant Leo F. Brennan, Sic. . . . Assistant Harry E. Butler, Jr., Sic. . Assistant Charles G. Fraser, Sic. . . Assistant George N. Goshorn, Sic. . Assistant Joseph R. Milici, Ste. . Assistant Sylvester W. Strope, Sic. . Assistant Thomas L. Wright, Sfc. . . Assistant James M. Austin, Sp. lst c. . . Assistant Joseph Burns, Sgt. . . Assistant John M. Eldridge, Sgt. . . . Assistant Walter F. Leiker, Sgt., B.S. Assistant Frank Lovejoy, Sgt .... . Assistant Leo B. Sullivan, Sgt. . . Assistant Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Instructor Instructor Instructor Instructor Instructor Instructor Instructor Instructor Instructor Instructor Instructor Instructor Instructor Instructor Instructor Instructor DOUGLAS LEE LIPSCOMB CORDINER, Capt., USN ........ Professor of Naval Science Commanfliug Oliicer A. N. B. ROBERTSON, LTCOL, USMC . .flssociale Professor Executive Ofhcer WAYNE L. ROBERTS, LCDR, USNR . ,fissislmzl Professor NTATTHEW S. VAN KEUREN, LCDR, USNR ......... .flsstfslarzl Professor ROBERT H. PEARi:E. Major. USMC . fl.s.s1'.s1ant Professor WTXRREN H. STARKE, LT, LSCW. USN . fI.s.szT.s1nr1t l'r0fes.sor JOHN H. KOACI-I, LT, USN ..... 'lSS1.SlfIl1f l,I'0fCSS0l' LEO A. HIBSON, JR., LT, USN .... 'lssislalzl l'rofes.s0r VANDER T. HAMILTON. lst. SCT. USMC . . . lnslruf.-mr JOHN B. HERNDON, QMC, USN . . . lnslrztclor SHERMAN M. HUCI-IEY, CMC, USN . . lnslruclor SAM W. BEDDINCFIELD. YMC. USN, . Irz.vfruc1or IRVINC GREENBERC, SKC, USN .... . lnslruclor CHARLES E. TRIMELE. JR., FT1 ISSJ, USN . . lnslrttclor ew VT The Ceorgia Tech unit of the Naval Reserve OHicer's Training Corps has been supplying the Navy with Ensigns and the Marine Corps with Second Lieuten- anls since l926. The NROTC student takes four years of Naval Science courses, and during his junior and senior years three options are available to him: a Naval Line Ofhcer, a Supply Corps Oflicer, or a Ma- rine Corps Ofhcer. The Navy pays almost all of the expense of those men in the NROTC program who are attending Tech on the Naval Scholarship. The other students are selected from a group of candidates by the Professor ol Naval Science. av ROTC Van Keuren, Roberts, Corciiner, Pearce, Koach, Robertson, Starke, Hlbson. STANDING: Greenberg, Herndon, Hamil+0n, Trimble. HU9heY- Mofflsf Beddlngfleld- SEATED: . if i... . If 'M es 'i .1 -:s CAPT. D. L. CORDINER Q. aaa. gt' . , R ' N 2, ' f If X s t JF ' ,. 51.-L, 1 y 5 ,...4.!w Q .. , . - ,-f'f.,,-,os-fAmsx 3 .an A... ,gr ., ,N .,..f , , . . , vom. .... ., ,f ,, V . , .Qi an M,.Ws. WAifAg, ,A 4'-,fa y say, ., ' " 'Z 1 ' . 15' A. - - 535'-f"ASf?5.. .. X .rv 1 Q.-,iz1:f.t' z1f, I-NX, 2, V 1 ' A I-5, , .-1 'g , .,4a:5::-1 ' 3, ,A ew, " '-" 1 f' 'A rf-' A, 4 ' R . 3 ' :viii f wwma, , - ' , ., ,. F, , ,.,,,M,,,, . . V , :I I - -' 0, .. ........,. ,va-.m....., ..-.v , Q. ,.... , , I W U, MV., QV - ,. -L 1 sxgmaaa, ,.a..i.,..EfA. fyxsvy wwe' NH. WM CONFERENCES fo , ,y 1 V2 W 'wit-fa K if -i 1 , f ORGA IZ I0 fm X f 1 5 A f 6 X f X Z 5 , x v ,www W9 f ' 1 .- f Lv Gm V .Maw XS Q fx, X123 ,ig Q40 -1-.vw -.. X THE Tl'C'!1lIiql1P. Teehis lfillllpllh weekly und "The South's Liviestf' lures niuny journalistic- talents lo its office during week nights. Make-up sessions lor their spontaneity, l'rm'sliiiess ot' outlook, and opportunity for hoth group disc-missions and personal conversation are stiniuhiting unit re- warding. Here at these illi.Ul'l11Eli evening sessions etlitors, Writers, and those who drop in, perhaps uttrut'tecl hy aroma from the paper! popcorn popper, engage in u mutual exchange of ideas-ideas having to do with their creative approaches and techniques ol' planning, writing, photographing, editing, and laying out at story. , 93 lv' nw '-- N' Q - an 44 - t 3-7 E 4, Al ,,'i"'5 .X x g N Nr, 1 X ANAK FRED SMITH Pav 2 TOM HALL L L DON STEPHENSON CHAPPY SUMMERS ENGLISH THORNWELL 96 ORGANIZED on January 1, 1908, the Georgia Tech ANAK Society was born to honor select men from the senior chlss who z-ire palrliculnrly ontslnnfling nrnong their .l'e,l..low students in their achievements nncl serv- ices to the school. Ranking with Omicron Delta Kappa as the highest honor il Tech man may receive, ANAK has seen nnlny men from its niernhership go into linsi- ness and lnnke iinporlnnl and influential names for lhemsei ves. JEAN MORI PAUL vlcKERs BILL WHITE 97 OFFICERS Fin-Jn SM1'r11 Presillent TOM I'IALL Vice President BILL WIIl'l'I5 Sccrcflary ENCLISI-1 TLIORNWELL Treasurer TROY NORRIS HAL REEVE5 PAUL VICKERS xi ODK JIM POTEET 1 I N w JOE BROWN CHAPPY SUMMERS PAUL VICKERS 98 OMICRON DELTA KAPPA, national leadership honorary society for men, was established at Tech in 1937 after being founded nationally at Washing- ton and Lee University in 1914-. Ranking with ANAK as the highest honorary OI'gEll1iZElfiOl1 on the Tech campus, ODK selects its members on ar point basis. Points are given for being members and oliicers in the clubs and organizations on campus. When il slu- dent has the necessary number of points and has the necessary point average, he is eI.igibIe for election. OFFICERS PAUL VICKERS Presiclem JIM PEACOCK Vice-Presiclenl Blu, VVHITIS Secretary JEAN Mom Trea.s1u'er MAXY COC!-IRAN JEAN MORI JIM PEACOCK BILL WHITE KOE DAVE McNEILL 'P SOCIETY LEADERSHIP X l I VICTOR BEADLES GEORGE CATES JIMMY DuBARD I I I TERRY RANDALL TOMMY ROBERTS CHICK SCHWARTZ JIM SMYTHE 100 ESTABLISHED by ANAK in 1912, the Koseme Society each year recognizes outstanrling jiiiriors uml third-quarter sophomores. These men are selected because of their leadership in extra-curricular' activi- ties. Not altogether an honorary, Koseme each year takes on several projects. This your these projects consist ol' puhlisliing the Koscme ctlilion ol' the 7'eclL11iiq1Leui1cl examining the possibilities ol' un honor system for Tech. OFFICERS DAVE MQQNBILL IJTIISTIZCIIL Gisoncic Cfvrms Vice l'l'e.wf1lel1l Jiiviwli' lllilliiium Secretary Sow NY 11IowA1m Treasurer LARRY FONTS JOHN HOWARD SONNY HOWARD WAYNE PATTERSON BILL STACEY BOBBY TURNER BILL VANLANDINGHAM DICK CROWNOVER OFFICERS DICK CROWNOVER . . . Presidenz W. M. SPICER . . . Vice-President W. L. CARMICHAEL . . Secretary K. R. PURDY . . . Treasurer Phi Kappa Phi Conducts Annual Honors AlbriHon, D. L. Brown, J. E. Falcon, G. D. Griffin, C. E. Barnhardf, J. C. Belser, T. M. Burdick, G. A. Carlsen, F. L. Falvey, H. T. Ferrell, S. K., Hennessy, G. C. Hill, R. G. Bowen, D. Jr. Crownover, R. M Freeny, S. L. Hudson, C. I., Jr. 102 Brandon, N. C., Jr. Brianf, R. L. Brown, J. T. Curry, J. C. Davis, R. E. Dundervill, W. E. Fulghum, W. L. Gilbert, G. J. Godwin, R. O. Hyman, N. L. Jolly, J. P. Kosinski, A. J. NATIONAIQLY .RECOCNIZED as outstanding among scholastic l'l'2llGl'l'lill6S, Phi. Kappa Phi at the present time has more than fifty established chapters through- out the Colleges and universities of America. The Georgia Tech chapter is the oldest ol' the scholastic fraternities on the cainpus, having always eonslitulecl a high goal for undergraduate students. Only those seniors, who have maintained the highest ol' scholastic averages for the previous three years and who have never failed an academic course, are eligible for initiation. The local chapter ol' Phi Kappa is not an inaclive lionorary organizationg its major contribution is the conducting of the annual l'lonoiis Day czorerlioiiies hclcl during the spring quarters. xt W 1.2 XX -Ellfllmflls ' 'MVN S-QM... Da Ceremonies During pring uarter Lovvorn, H. B.. Jr. Lyon, W. C., Jr. Mf3Yl'l5"dl C- N- Mcmveen' W' H' Mfhrland' G' K' Mcearrnywf' :liKe:'JM'EL' McMaster. D. G. Morris, G. V. Nicklow, R. M. Oberlies. R- H' Pa'5leY. C- R- Paflefsoni ' ' O ef ' ' 'M ma P W Presson B. R, Jr. Sapp. J. T. Schill. T- V.. ll Sims- W- K- 5m'fh- C' V- 5f'0Z'e" R' ' Teaque. H. H. Traynor, R. c, vickefs. P. A.. Jr. Wi"fif1S. U-- Jf- Wl'5D"' C- B- Winn' W' H' Wyall' G' B' Albritton, D. L. Allen, M. B. Anderson, W. K. Barnett, R. U. Beckwith, P. B. Belser, T. M. Bernreuter, D. L. Blanton, R. W. Bomar, S. H. Bowen, D. Bradley, J. W. Bradley, N. E. Briant, R. L. Brisbane, J. J. Brown, J. T. Brown, J. E. Brown, R. J. Bryant, D. J. Bryant, R. P. Buckley, J. J. Burdick, G. A. Bush, A. M. Carlisle, F. O. Carlsen, F. L. Carter, W. J. Cochran, J. M. Copeland, A. J. Craver, L. W. Crownover, R. M. Curry, J. C. Cuthbert, T. R. Davis, R. E. Dix, R. E. Dowdey, C. F. Dubard, J. L. Dundervill, W. E. Erlenkotter, D. Falcon, G. D. Falvey, H. T. Farmer, B. F. Flood, P. M. Freeny, S. L. Gibbs, W. W. Gilbert, G. J. Godwin, R. O. Griffin, C. E. Grimes, G. H. Gruber, M. Hammons, J. H. Haynes, J. D. Hendrix, J. H. Hennessy, G. C. Herrman, C. C. Hill, B. Y. Hill, R. G. Hine, J. P. Hudson, C. l. Hyman, N. L. lfrach, I. Johnson, C. E. Johnson, C. S. Johnson, R. J. Jolly, J. P. Jones, R. F. Judd, H. L. King, R. D. Knight, F. D. Kosinski, A. J. Kowalsky, B. D. Kraft, J. H. Tau Beta Pi MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Benson, B. W. Boland, P. Clark, J. G. Frederick, S. A. Fuller, lVl. L. Herr, D. C. Maynard, C. W. Parks, R. S. Phillips, J. R. Pike, R. W., Jr. Ralphe, J. F. Sills, A. D. Sims, K. W. Sisterhenln, W. ll. Todd, A. W. Touchton, C. F. Vroom, F. Members Teach cholastic TAU BETA Pl is the nation's leading honorary so- ciety of those recognizing outstanding engineers. ln 1925 the Georgia Alpha chapter was established on the Georgia Tech campus and is today one of the largest of approximately one hundred chapters now in existence. Only those engineering students ranking in the upper tenth of their junior class or upper eighth of their senior class are eligible for membership. Further requisites for membership include excellence in leadership, character, personality, and service to the school. Tau Beta Pi is an active organization, Whose mein- hers ahly teach scholastic coaching classes for Fresh- men, in addition to other service projects. Amr- EAW Lalfal, G. L. Massey, E. C. McElveen, W. H. McFarland, G. K. McGarrlly, A. L. McKee, M. L. McLain, D. K. McMasi'er, D. G. Meadows, R. A. Mellichamp, D. A.Merry, K. H. Miller, G. E. Mori, J. A. Morris, G. V. Mullins, D. W. Nakagawa, T. O'Donnell, P. E. O'Donnell, R. H. Oberlies, R. H. Paisley, D. A. Parker, J. E. Pallerson, M. R. Peacock, J. W. Pelrie, L. M. Phillips, J. D. Poleei, J. E. Poifer, G. M. Presson, B. R. Quigley, R. B. Reed, J. D. Roach, J. B. Roberfs, P. J. Sacker, R. J. Sapp, J. T. Schill, T. V. Smith, C. V. Smith, L. R. Spencer, J. R. Slokes, B. B. Slrozier, R. M. Sutherland, C. C. Teague, H. H. Traylor, R. C. Truus, P. A. Underwood, J. L. Vernon, J. M. Vickers, P. A. Volmar, W. J. Wells, 'L. T. Wexler, P. L. While, W. B. Wilkins, B. Williams, F. C. Wilson, C. B. Weissenberg, P. Zanlopulos, H. JIM POTEET OFFICERS JAMES E. POTEET . . . President JOHN M. COCHRAN . . Vice Presiclent ROBERT C. TRAYLOR . . Secretary CLYDE A. PAISLEY . . Treasurer is fr 37 ir 3 wen . , if ,MM me . W V , 'lay 'I rigs 1 3- ' 'Wrr,,,,. ,, " ga. ,l,,,1.1. ...fy 449, - , wMv..'L'1'w. , 5, an Q,f5,5i fgiggfzpzl u I ,.,Q?ggigKi?.Qgaf,,szgyieghflgihgy,chi Mwji Vgyiffzwlaggwgwgwf 2 . vf.fr2.f,.ws, i.Z4.J2y.Qz2.2f'?WS52 Sash-fm sg L' v ii.',,g.f'lfz1f -'Uf,.'fg!S.tr I ',i-Y 342255221 2,252 if . :V H593 W. i , , f,f' . . . ,.ff2'Zg,, 1,'f". .f .- Q. 'ell -X.-. f ii! T 4 Lis f fi iwiw K if ,544 Stix Y +A 4 K, ? . fg5 "Q 5- 4 W wr 2' -a a - 5 , . ifjf . H ' f. Q , t ini li if L A L i l? ss K ,iSxSxe-i- le' fif,'l?SEfifJS,,. PAUL HODGDON MEMBERS NOT PICTU RED Bradield, R. H. Goldberg, F. L. Keller, G. E. Lease, A. J. lVIcKee, W. W. Parchman, L. G. Smith, L. D. Taylor, D. ll. l?? 'ZX ,- I Z ,ff f " rl-3 I l . 6 ZZ Q ff g . I 5 '4 Q sg Vfsrzs 5. 015 3 4 A V iz ff ,,!,M,sii' UV' 4 l 4 1' 1 is Ht, 1M,,g,, gif :Xt is aff? HMM zieeffliff 5369! X li ' sd s sawn , aiivksqs I' iq 3 2 x mms Syed? sg ,ffl WW'K',siMszwHf 4 , ,A 125, X gi? I Meals, Wy Vmzwi Q, sk ig .X 2 5 , as X 1 I' ff? 3 QW' Q .rl ,yfwsf W 8 5 N xskiwk s as 3 ., U, w fr Q x .X HN, . if A 1 ll ,iw s, si A if X ff A Ms I h . E t 0 D . t . b t Q Q H Abercrombie, W. F. Anderson, J. P. Baffs, W. L. Boufwell, G. P. Brickley, L. C. Bryanf, P. E. Burel, T G Bynum, J. H. Calcoff, G. R. Dawson, D. L. Deas, A. D. Dickson, B. H. Eppinger, E. A. Foster D L Freeman, J. R. French, R. J. Gann, A. G. Goldberg, 'S. S. Gresham, J. T. Grist, A. C. Groves N L H-SHOCK. D- D- HarrlS. C. J. Harris, R. A. Hennessy, G. C. Herberf, W. R. Hillman, G. Hodgdon P L 106 PHI ETA SIGMA is ar freslnnnn honorary scholastic fraternity, which was founded to encourage and re- ward high scholastic achievenient among college .fresh- men. Meinhership in the Georgia Tech Chapter is the highest scholastic honor at ifresltiinaii at Georgia Tech can receive. Only those freslnnnn who have at 3.5 average for their entire l'reslnntin year are eligihlc for membership. The Tech Cl'litlJlCl' of Phi Eta Sigma provitles "How to Stuclyw pamphlets for entering l'I'GSltl1lilll, provides the Tech inhrinary with reading matter, and awards a cup each spring to the freshman with the highest average in his class. National Phi Eta Sigma Fru- ternity awards two scholarships per year to deserving students. OFFICERS PAUL Louis Honcnow . . , , P,-esicgem Connow .Powlsns BOUTWIQLI. . . Vice IQTCSIZKZCIIL Jfnvnzs HERBERT I-iocisns . . Secretary GEORGE EIVIERSON KELLER . . Treasurer Stud 99 Pamphlets to Incoming Freshmen Holt, A. c. Horwitz, J. H. Jennings. H- C. Jfhnson- C- M- Keebte, J. w. Knight, F. D. Lawler. B- E- Ltpscomb- D- B- Murray, J. T. Nahser, P. J. Patterson. R- W- P"kle- J' C' Stevenson, G. M. Sfeves, R. B. SudburY- R- W- Walker' D' M' Johnson, E. L. Johnson, J. H. KaSe, K- R- McCall, G. H. McGee, E. L. Mll'Cl'I9ll. R- A- Rivkind, A. M. Robinson, J. J. Rogers, J. H. Watson, J. M. Whisnanf, D. E. WllliamS. W- E- Abernathy, E. B. Alvarez, E. Balcerak, R. S. Battaglia, A. W. G. Brown, N. H. Bush, A. M. Chamness, F. E. Craver, L. W. Falvey, H. T. Farfel, M. l. Flood, P. M. Fox, W. l. Hall, M. S. Hassler, C. F. Herrman, C. C. Hine, J. P. Kelton, J. C. Kennlson, D. L. Kosinski, A. J. Lee, W. J. Briaerean Society R GEORGE MCFARLAND Bernreuter, D. L. Boin, K. L. Bond, D. E. Brown, J. T. Dressler, C. R. Dundervill, W. E. Eisonhaur, W. C. Falcon, G. D. Freck, C. A. Freeny, S. L. Gillis, A. K. Godwin, R. O. Huether, C. W. Hughes, D. R. Hyman, N. L. Jedllcka, C. L. Mayer, G. J. McFarland, G. K. McGarrity, A. L. Mclntyre, R. L. ecognizes Co-O S IN l9l2 A SOCIETY was founded to initiate and further projects for the improvement of conditions and opportunities of high ideals and of scholarship among the students attending Georgia Tech under the then newly formed co-operative plan. This organiza- tion hecame known as the Briaerian Society, and since the year of its founding, at least six hundred Briaerians have graduated from Tech and have suc- cessfully attained high positions of leadership in nearly all phases of engineering. 9 i OFFICERS SECTION I SECTION ll G. K. MCFARLAND FARMER PFCSHZGHZ President G. V. MORRIS Vice Presirlerzl R. A. MEADOWS Secretary B. R. PRESSON Treasurer P. M. FLOOD Vice President K. L. BOIN Secretary M. R. PATTERSON Treasurer MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Abelingi A. B. Littleton, F. C. Bergstrom, P. D. Mellichamp, D. A. Boron, W- R- Miller, R. G. Bfittingi K' R' Morgenstern, L. I. Culpepper, R. IVI Pap!-37 E. H. Dashefi F- Partridge, W, K. Davis, R- E- Phillips, J. R. Dowdey, C. F. Sutton J D I Dworscliak, J. R. S , ki' R i Gable, R. L. TTC fm 3 ' ' A Hair, L' M. V a entmo, J. P. Mcicee, M. L. MCM.i5+ei, D. cs. Meadows, R. A. Miner, ca. E. Hf1mmOnd'J' A' garmin R. N' Morris, G. V. Parker, J. E. Paiferson, M, R. Presson, B. R. Hlnchs eat SIQWHX7 Oiiigiey, R. ia. Sapp, A. E. sciiiii, r. v. smiiii, c. v. Hunnicutt G. H' Williams, W, D. smiiii, i.. E. siioziei, R. M. Sutherland, c. c. wafers, J. F. 7 wiieeiei, J. A. wicks, R. c. wiisoii, c. ii. wiisoii, w. H. JOHGS, J- Zantopulos, H. W h H Sh A d ' E 11 sos FARMER i THE HONORARY SOCIETY selects its members from students in the eo-Operative department who have shown Outstanding ability in their academic and extra-curricular Work. Qualified students become eligible for membership toward the end Of their sophomore year. Members are divided into two sectionsg the first section attends school during the winter and summer quarters, While the second group attends school in the fall and spring. I i C3463 FANCIS WIEGMANN THE GEORGIA TECH CHAPTER of Alpha Pi lVlu was founded in the fall of l94f8. lt was the first chap- ter of what is now the National lndustrial Engineering Honor Society, which seeks to give recognition to ln- dustrial Engineering students of high scholastic ahil- ity and character. Membership is limited to those Seniors who have maintained a scholastic average in the upper one- fifth of their class with a minimum point average of 2.8, and to those Juniors Who have maintained a scholastic average in the upper one-seventh of their class with a minimum point average of 2.9. Oliicers are: President, F. L. Wiegmanng Vice Presi- dent, D. T. Kellyg Recording Secretary, G. H. Crimesg Corresponding Secretary, C. L. Stricklandg Treasurer, J. C. Curry. Alpha Pi Mu Reco nizes I.E. Seniors Buckley, J. J. Carlisle, F. O. Clarke, C. R. Curry, J. C. Everitf, H. O. Farfel, M. l. Farmer, B. F. Fincher, J. S. Flood, P. M. Grimes, G. H. Herrman, C. O. Holbrook, C. D. Holt, R. C. lfrach, I. Kelly, D. T. Lindsay, H. E. Longlno, C. L. Mann, J. N. Massey, E. C. Maynard, C. N. McKenzie, J. M. Sanders, W. H. Simpson, C. L. Strickland, C. L. Tannenbaum, R. S. Truus, P. A. Volmar, W. J. Weissenberg, P. . Wexler, P. L. 110 Abernathy, E. B. Bowyer, F. L. Burley, J. D. Cox, R. E. Delaney, D. R. Emmett, W. W, Erlenkotter, D. Evans, A. D. Falvey, H. T. Fox, W. I. Harris, C. J. Higgins, F. B. Holley, E. R. Humphrey, R. E. Hurd, L. R. Ingram, C. W. Johnson, J. W. Jones, C. D. Kennison, D. L. Little, J. A. McSwain, E. R. McWhorter, T. Mehaffy, T. M. Porcell, J. Ridgeway, R. w. Rcbelo, A. M. Salazar, A. A. Sauls, T. B. Sloan, B. Smith, B. M. smith, c. v. smifh, w. E. Stapler, T. Toomes, J. Wallace, T. S. Wilson, R. Chi Epsilon Honors Civil Engineers CHI EPSILON, the only honorary fraternity limited to those men in the field of civil engineering, was founded in 1922 at the University of Illinois. The fraternity recognizes the qualities of scholarship and character in undergraduate and graduate students of civil engineering. The Georgia Tech Chapter of Chi Epsilon, founded in 1943, was formed from Civil Crew, the oldest hon- orary society on the Tech campus. Since then, it has hecome a most active honorary, and its Engineers Week exhibits consistently rank high. Chi Epsilon officers include the President, Terry lVlcDonaldg Vice President, Bill Sloang Secretary, Ruth Wilsong and Treasurer, Irvine Fox. JERRY MCDONALD fi Il ,MV .,, sa wyM.-.wxwum fy V '.1W,,,s.,.,M.ff.a..,. . f. .-.ll Brooks, E. D. Brooks, R, L. Cheatam, F. Christopher, H, B. 51.1 Q 4"' s 1: GD I l Garrett, W. J. Gresham, J. T. Hine, J. P. Hollis, T. G. Nance, J. G. Peters, B. Rogers, A. C. Troglin, D. E. H. Delta Kappa hi, Textile Honorary . ., MW4. mf , .ws asm , ,, 2 Swim-'BfZs2WeQ,ge.4,s1v'5,,f1..,af.f.,, ,, . M f. V fi, fyrsfymf , as i, . V XQf .V sv ,. .,.,, , my . ., ,,,, . . , . ...., ,,.. , ,,, ft . . 5 if Z 'f 'Z ' ' ' W swsw- M 2 , 1 ,., .. 1 , is N , W 5114- ff: - 'C Q 3. ' JZ? . ...f ,, ,,. x lyk fy f f Q fs' -. Z , f , ' 7 f A w Q f 1 f x f Y 4 3 i ' 1 fi sr it V V H2 4 ,. ,, gigs.. ss-fw,,y- ' .4 K t its?-1 , tg a f , f ff .4 ., A 7 as 5 gi. i D f N . rs .,,,. , ., , .. -1. ,WK2 . ,- 0 . ' if WW W 2" ., , iii? iii IQQQZEP 794524311 Q -,fgf y v 4 ,ggi e is.: ',-- Ea' 9' . f 2'- f w eigh of its ' Sf if - ir at , 3 f 1 fifif Wit if f -if.. J ff!! W I5 'S 1 ' 2323, its . 45 f X- , H . f. 'L f .,.L:.:4'-14pl,,. - . ' . X ..a..s0,, , -1 ' 353 f - '- -3 i? P 'F S' :it Q za , gi fire? 4 -fry' . 'elf'-'fffi ". . : .: 'QI 'Ei +, H, ki J -if 1 'ft V if ll-' ' ' ,j , ,.,.'.',,,1',z,,: 2 f J ' ivvvv I. DELTA KAPPA Pl-ll, the oldest honorary textile society in the United States. is represented on the campus through its Theta chapter. Delta Kappa Phi selects its members on the basis of outstanding schol- arship, displayed leadership qualities, exemplary character, activity in social functions, and the desire to better the profession of textiles. The function of the fraternity is to furnish professional men of high caliber for executive and managerial responsibilities. Delta Kappa Phi graduates of Tech are able to carry their membership into active alumni chapters. Officers of Theta chapter are: President, John Hineg Vice President, Henry Christopherg Secretary, Ben Petersg and Treasurer, Don Brooks. THE INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT SOCIETY has existed ou the campus since its founding in I937. The Society hosts plant tours, talks liy leaders in busi- ness, and 0CC2lSlOl12ll social events, but the organ- lZZlll0Il,S foremost desire is to stimulate interest in the Iield of industrial lllillltlgCll1Clll und to promote friendly student-liaiculty relaltionsliips. Seniors and third quarter juniors whose scholastic: aeliievenients, general leaderslnp ability, and interest in the Held ol' industrial management are superior, quulily lor mein- laersliip in the I.lVI. Society. Oilicers include Sam Grillin, Presidentg ,lolni Smith, Vice Presidentg 'Wilfred Lyon, Sevretalryg und Clur- ence Haukniglit, Treasurer. SAM GRIFFIN Industrial anagement oeiety 113 Archer, J. H. Bauknight, C. B. Brewton, L. K. Cotterman, W. W. Dover, R. L. Ferrell, S. K. Fleming, S. H. S. Fulqhum, W. L. Griffin, S. M. Harrell, S. R. Jones, E. S. Kearson, R. F. Keith, W. F. Ledbetter, R. H. Lovvorn, H. B. Lyon, W. C. McCook, J. W. Middleton, S. G. Moore, E. E. Moore, J. D. Paterson, J. R. Payne, J. S. Phillips, J. D. Powell, C. H. Prager, B. M. Pratt, P. W. Pruitt, D. D. Robertson, L. H. Sellers, D. W. Sherlock, G. L. Smith, D. L. Smith, J. E. Smith, L. J. Tabor, W, R. Warnock, B. E. Albritton, D. L. Allen, M. B. Anderson, J. B. Balcerak, R. 'S. Bean, L. M. Boin, K. L. Bryant, D. J. Bush, A. M. Caldwell, J. F. Chang, 5. H. Chunn, G. A. Cochran, J. M. Cole, F. B. Cole, H. S. Craver, L. W. Dubard, J. L. Edmiston, W. H. Falcon, G. D. Finnell, H. M. Flauft, P. W. Freeny, S. Godwin, R. O. Griffin, C. E. Gurley, T. B. Heller, N. G. Hennessy, G. C. Huether, C. W. Hutchinson, B. H. 11116 E ,S Efforts HPC Re HI'dCd b His MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Q Q Eason, R. A. Fredrick, S. A. Herr, D. G. 4 Lobo, F. H. C. l Lyons, lVl. A. Phillips, .l. D. Solderholm, R. FOUNDED IN 1904, Eta Kappa Nu is a national electrical engineering honor society which Works to bind together the outstanding E. E. students and to promote interest in this field. The Beta lVlu Chapter of Georgia Tech received its charter in 1941, and since then has been active in the society. Each year the chapter elects pledges from students who have shown themselves to be of out- standing Character and ability in E. E., as demon- strated by scholarship and campus activities. Eligibles come from the upper fourth of the Junior Class and upper third of the Senior Class. An annual formal initiation banquet is held for those electrical engi- neers who have been chosen and who desire to join the society. Jones, R. F. Longo, A. Mayer, G. Morris, G. V. Nakagawa, T. Nickelson, Peake, M. W. Poieef, J. E. Poifer, G. Smifh, L. E. Thomas, J. E. D. ' Upfain, V. MCYMYVG. R- L- McKee, M. L. Moreias, J. Oberlies, R. H. Palsley, C. A. Parfridge, W. K Presson, B. R. Sapp, A. E. Sheng, A. S. N. Wildfwifl. J. J. Williamson, F. R. Wu, Y. S. Election into Eta Kappa u Honorar OFFICERS DAVID J. BRYANT . . . President CLYDE A. PAISLEY . . Vice President MURRAY W. PEAKE . Secretary J. E. DORN THOMAS . TTGGSWCT DAVID BRYANT KAPPA KAPPA PSI is the national honorary fra- ternity for band members. It was founded on the campus of Oklahoma A Sz M College and now has more than seventy-five chapters spread throughout the country- Iota Chapter was founded on the Tech campus in 1924 and was the ninth chapter to be installed. It has remained active continuously. Al- though musical ability is the prime requisite for membership, leadership and band activity are also key factors in the selection of new members. Every year Iota presents the A. J. Caring Award to the out- standing graduating senior in the band. Officers include: Robert Snapp, Presidentg George Smith, Vice Presidentg John Pierce, Secretaryg Rich- i ard Thompson, Treasurer. sos sNAPP Kappa Kappa si Honors Band Members Cain, W. D. Clackum, G. L. Eidson, W. W. Glenn, R. W. Grist, A. C. Hawthorne, H. E. Howard, J. L. A Hudson, J. E. Johns, J. E. Martin, G. H. Miles, G. M. Pearson, W. B. Pierce, J. A. Q Roiey, R. G. : Shults, R. D. I 'K fill, ' L 9:4 Smith, G. C. 'Snapp, R. L. Stover, F. W. Thomas, J. E. D. Thompson, R. M. 116 Carlsen, F. L. Hurst, J. J. 43421-'61 Kipnpo E1 Cl I-1 1'-x l l l S ' Kollie, T. ca. Teague, W. T. Keramos Promotes Interest in Ceramics KERAMOS, A NATIONAL fraternity for Ceramic FRED CARLSEN 'Engineering students, is the oldest national profes- sional honorary organization in the United States. At Tech, Keramos seeks to increase interest and scholas- tic achievement among ceramic students. The fra- ternity also seelis to promote professional ethics and attitude among ceramic engineers. The requirements for Keramos are that a student he classified as a junior hy the Ceramics Department, have a 2.4 or better point average, and he elected into the fraternity hy its active members. Heading Keramos as 1957-58 oflicers were Fred Carlsen, President, William Teague, Vice President, Thomas Kellie, Secretary, and James Hurst, Treas- urer. Dundervill, W. E. Garner, R. R. Granger, L. G. Harden, R. B. Q I nx- .- IN -Q-lQqil.-X1 .4 Phi Hightower, W. H. Humphreys, C. B. McCoy, H. E. Murdoch, S. E. Perkins, B. F. Ruark, R. C. Thompson, J. R. Vineyard, W. P. Psi Features Lectures on Textiles 1 J , " 1. .f ,, , , -rp,-4.-s '.f.n , -.S7"15'fZL2...." ' Y i' I . - I f .f-,-xwswiy s, .. ....,Q.... , ,L ., e,f,.swAl: -..ff-X-f-gf-f-.v s?', . ffafvzi.-Iv: if W5 1 wi J f'I 05" f 1 ' 1 . , -wif ,f nfs .- 1 - 'N Lf . f ff-- "'i"-l26:':,iA 1 4 5 1 0' Q57 ff Q' f fi f x sf' N ,, f f "" " - ' J il: JZ, ...W ff'?' Q74"" 1 f , It . if ' so 9 2. v ,. ., f , of A-Qeffr. - . K . rl L I , I X , . - I . Q f I 'P g Q, 1, f , Q A Www 5 1 5' iii azz f . ,ff9V Mfwii,c"5 1' il- F' z tit :af if V. 1,wf,,aWff '- I I .. sz: is ,Qs ,g I 'ai , rg! 44yvy..,:v.. z. gwfxfg A ,, , Q f - f M We ' fl. " f WTfvff'?, af ri : ff Y.- ' H ' I I r I f is if 2 . , 1. x ' 5 JAKE BARN HART PHI PSI IS THE largest national textile honorary fraternity. Its twofold purpose is to eff ect greater ties of friendship among its members and to promote bet- ter scholarship within the Textile School. One of the local chapters' primary functions is to bring its mem- bers into contact with alumni and other leaders in the textile field by arranging lectures by good speakers on subjects not available in the classroom. To qualify for membership in Phi Psi, a student must be a junior or senior in the upper third of his class in Textile Engineering. Phi Psi otlicers are: President, Jacob Barnhardtg Vice President, Rayford Ruarkg Secretary, William I-Iightowerg Treasurer, Strother lVIurdock. PI DELTA EPSILON is an honorary journalism fra- ternity which is open only to those Tech men who have completed at least six f1l.li1l'lCl'5 ol' work on the Blue Prim, the Technique, the El1.giIZ!'6l', or the Ram- bler. Its purposes are to foster freedom of expression, intellectual honesty, and a sense of responsibility among its members, and to remind innlergratluate journalists that freedom of the collegiate press can best he maintained through accuracy in every phase of Work. The fraternity sponsors the publications han- quet for the niemhers ol' publications staffs. Pi D E ollicers are: President, Mike Tennenhaum' Secretary, Jim Slnytheg Treasurer, Joel Esnioncl. 7 MIKE TENNENBAUM Pi Delta Epsilon ponsors Banque 119 Barfield, W. Brown, H. Campbell, B. Cannon, B. Comer, J. Easton, J. Edwards, M. Esmond, J. Gotsch, R. Horn, L. Howard, 'S. Kampmeier, B. Laird, D. Lofblad, B. Martin, J. Matos, P. Milton, D. Morris, O. Nicholls, A. O'Donnell, P. Prager, B. 3 Reeves, H. Richardson, J. Rittelmeyer, G. Simpson, C. Schwartz, C. Sisirunk, D. Smith, F. Smythe, J. Tennenbaurn, M. Walker, B. Webb, D. White, B. Wightman, H. ALEXANDER W.ScHENcK . . . President THOMAS W. MCKEOWN . . Vice President NELSON L. HYMAN . . Secretary CLAUSON R. COWARD . . Treasurer WARD SCHENCK utstanding Mechanical Engineerin Blanlon, R. W. Braden, R. P. Brisbane, J. J. Brown, J. R. Brown, J. T. Bynum, J. H. Cannon, R. S. C0Peland, A. J. Coward, C. R. Crowell, F. B. Culpepper, R. Darden, J. F. Dressler, C. R. DuHig, J. J. Gibbs, W. W. Gonzalez, R. Gould, D. W. Hall, W. K. Hari, T. R. Hill, R. G. Hirsch, H. Hyman, N. L. Inman, G. H. Johnson, R. J. Keith, F. L, Kraff, J. H. Martens, W. F. Meadows, P. O. 120 A NATIONAL HONOR society for the recognition of outstanding junior and senior students in the held ol' mechanical engineering, Pi Tau Sigma cooperates with the American Society of lVIeehanical Engineers in operating the student lounge in the lVl. E. building as welt as keeping it supplied with magazines and periodicals for the heneht ol' the department students. The society organized and prepared the entire lVl. E. exhibit for "Engineer,s Week," and on Hlflonors Dayi' presented the most outstanding sophomore lVl. E. stu- dent with a lVlark's Mechanical Engineering Haml- hook. During the spring, Pi Tau Sigma sponsored a picnic for all students and professors in the department to further improve the relations hetween the two groups. MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Allison, li. ,l. Bcrgan, P. A. Bowen, M. D. Chang, T. C. Dwarschak, J. li Hallinghan, J. Students Are Honored b Pi Tau lgma larry K H Milliken R J Mori' J. A. Mgrphey, T, H, McEIveen, W. H. McFarland, G. K. McGarrl'fy A L IcKeown, T. W. McMiIten, J. F. O'D0I1I'lell. C- F. Pafferson, M. R. Quigley, R. B. Scheid, C. H. Sfhenck, :hilt T. v. sidwen, R. A. Slaughter. iS- G- Spf-fight' V- R' 5fa5'f"Y' T' C' Sims' B' B' S me" ' ' ,ed iD D Thomas J. M- T,-ayto,-I R, C, Underwood, J. L. Vernon, J. M. Vickers, P. A. ZBHTOPUIOS. H4 121 Barfield, G. W. Bonds, T. W. Brock, J. D. Bush, A. M. Cole, F. B. 5 5 A Cox, B. E. T Donnigan, A. E. ' 9 2 Fields, W. H. ,,.. Fulcher, S. B. 2 Gudger, F. H. Hall, T. H. Hart, T. R. Helms, M. L. Herbert, D. B. Herrman, C. C. Howard, J. R. Mason, R. W. Miller, R. B. Nichols, A. Smith, R. L. Ware, F. Welch, H. Williams, F. C. Wilson, C. B. Wood, F. M. P1 Tau hi Honors hrlstlan Leaders Pl TAU Cl-ll was established to recognize outstanding Christian students. All students professing the Chris- tian Faith are eligible for membership. Members are selected on the basis of their contributions in the form of leadership and service to religious activities on campus. For the past six years the local Pi Tau Chi Chapter has taken an active part in many religious functions and has served the needs of many Christian students by aiding them in bringing out their Christian lead- ership abilities. Ofbcers include the following: President, Chap Herrmang Vice President, Wendell Bariieldg Secre- tary-Treasurer, Freddie Wood. THE SOCIETY OF SIGMA GAMMA TAU was formed in 1953 by the merger of Tau Omega and Alpha Gamma Rho. The Georgia Tech Chapter was one of the charter members of the new society. Sigma Gamma Tau seeks to honor those individuals in the field of aeronautics who are a Credit to their profession- Applicants must be at least a third quarter junior, in the upper third of their junior or upper fourth of their senior class, and have an overall school average of at least a B. Leading Sigma Gamma Tau this year Were: Presi- dent, Lester Smithg Vice President, Bradley Kowal- skyg Secretary, .lames Shepherdg Treasurer, Don Bernreceter. Sigma Gamma Tau Honors - . . Scholars Bernreufer, D. L. Bradley, J. W. Dix, R. E, Dorminey, R. P. Duggan, D. M. Enderson, L. W. Hair, L. M. Harrell, D. R. Harris, R. V. Hiers, R. S. Jenkins, G. T. Johnson, C. E. Kowelsky, B. D. Lattal, G. L. Lofblad, R. P. Meadows, R. A. Miller, G. E. Oaks, W. R. Reed, J. D. Shepherd, J. R. ,1---ra Smith, L. R. 'Swalley, F. E. Todd, H. E. Truly, R. H. Weinberger, A. L. GLENN BURDICK THIS YEAR Sigma Pi Sigma sponsored several suc- cessful lectures and demonstrations Which are not usually covered in the classroom. These meetings were open to the public as Well as to its own members. Sigma Pi Sigma also sponsors the Physics Club, which is open to any student with a genuine interest in Physics. Although membership in the physics honor society is not limited to physics majors, a student must have taken a sufhcient number of junior and senior physics courses, have a superior point average, and be a sec- ond quarter junior to be eligible. Sigma Pi Sigma officers for 1957-58 Were: Glen Burdick, Presidentg Cecil Hudson, Vice Presidentg George Gilbert, Secretary, Vedene Smith, Treasurer. Sigma Pi Sigma Honors Physics Majors wvr Qi Barns, W. 'S. Burdick, G. A. Crownover, R. M. Gilbert, G. J. Gilliland, C. R. Hudson, C. l. Johnson, C. S. Leiter, D. J. Mathews, H. T. McLain, D. K. Mims, W, D. Nicklow, R. M. Sapp, J. T. Sims, W. K. Wells, L. T. Willoughby, R. E. l 124 Chapman, A. B. Haynes, J. D. Hirsch, B. Leon-York, C. Lott, F. M. Richter, T. R, Schoenfeld, F. R. Steinberg, S. P. Watson, J. L. Tau i ma Delta ompletes Second Year TAU SIGMA DELTA, a national scholastic honorary HENRY TEAGUE fraternity for students of architecture and the allied arts, is one of the newest organizations on campus, having just completed its second year at Tech. lts members, chosen from the fourth year through the graduate levels, must have exhibited outstanding scholarship not only in architectural courses, hut in other courses as well. The requirements are a 2.8 average and a standing in the upper 20 per cent of the class. Tau Sigma Delta not only encourages good scholarship but also sponsors various student activ- ities. Officers of Tau Sigma Delta are: President, Henry Teague, Vice President, James Summers, Secretary, Fred Schoenfieldg Treasurer, Thera Richter. M., ,., -Q ,,,' ' --4 aff ,.- .fr .-, ,G -. 1 YV- un .1 1, - .-ww 4-11, --1 , gn.. N.-.-,, A H., .. ., ,. H4 fuzz as 4 v msn, V ,,,,.. f,,- 1m,.f f Af.-,. . ' f 'ra ', U.,-, .. F ' l'f1 , A - uv, ff- , .. . -, ,,f- . :J ,Aw 1 114- . Af.. 'df fl, .' r -1 AA, M4 ,, , , ,A , ., I, ,- ... x ,1.,.,f ,, I - aa... ,,.:,x I. ,,. 1",v.I1ln:.Y M-u,.,,y Mu fn- ,N ...f U.. 0 a f .,f, 1 , x , kb , fi xg' STUDE T GOVE NMEN OFFICERS HAL REEVES ....... . . President ,ENGLISH T1-IORNWELL . . Vice President J EAN Mom .... . . Seereaary PAUL VICKERS . .... Treasurer CHAPPY SUMM1-:Rs . . Trial Board Chairman HAL REEVES Tech tudent Council perates for Represeniaiives Hal Reeves, English Thornwell, Buddy Parker, Chappy Summers. Beadles. C- V. Breard. A- E- Brock, J. D. Cafes, G. E. Christopher, H. B. Collins, D. C. Curry, J. C. Davis, J. H. 128 THE STUDENT COUNCIL, established in 1922, is the working body of Georgia Teclfs student govern- ment organization. It handles all general complaints ofthe students, controls the distribution of the activity fee, handles the seating and ushering of students at all varsity athletic contests, sponsors activities night, and has charge ol' the annual election ol' class officers and Student Council Representatives. Upperclassmen members are elected in the spring, and the lil'6SlllTlL1Il meinbers are elected in the fall. Leading the Student Council in 1957-58 were: Pres- ident of the Student body, Hal Reeves, Vice President of the Student body, English Tliornwellg Secretary, John Mori, Treasurer, Paul Vickers. President Reeves Recognizes a Representative. First Year nder Revised Constitution Demetriades P. Haralson, W. L. Hill, R. G. Hudson, C. l. Jacob, G. R. Lott, F. M. McCa+my, J. McCloud J. Mori, J. A. Parker, A. N. Patterson, R. W. Peavy, P. W. Persons, O. N. gotee , . Ramsbottom, W. D. Reeves, H. E. Roberts, P. J. 5-3Ye1W' B' 'Simpson' C' L' Smllih' vcevirsopl' ' Strickland, C, L. Summers, J. C. Thornwell, E. E. VanLandlngham, W. J. Vickers, P. A. W61f1Wl'l9l'll'. R- 5- 00 5- ' 129 Advisory Cabinet an W 1 SEATED: Jean Mori, Jack Schmidl, Hal Reeves, Paul Vickers, Don Dawson, and English Thornwell lchairmanlg STANDING: Buddy Parker, Bill Ramsbollom, Pal Peavy, Chappy Summers, and Bill VanLandingham. The Advisory Cabinel is 'rhe planning body for 'lhe S+uden'r Council. Judicial' abinet LEFT TQ RIGHT: Sam Fleming, Hal Reeves, Tom Hall, George Cales, Fred Smi+h, Chappy Summers lchairmanl, Bill Whi'I'e, Jean Mori, Viclor Beadles, Bill VanLandingham, and English Thornwell. The Judiciary Cabinel' is responsible for decisions on all s+u- denl discipline cases. 130 PUBLICATIONS i V! X AI Sydnor, Bob McCamy, Beirne Prager, Paul Roberts and Ed Strain discuss business problems ot the Blue Print. FRED SMITH, Editor , i Blue Print Receives lst lass Ratin After Celebrating 50th Anniversary i i FRANK BECKUM ......... Faculzy Adviser Plrologrfzpfzers: Hal Martin, Jerry Corner, Dick Thompson, Jimmy Morris, Bob Bland, Lyn Provo, Dave Bowen. Ezlilorial Staff: Irene Davenport, Ben Anders, Roger Sud- bury, John Walker, Ed Harney, Walt Wesley, Fred Judd, Joe Turner, John Hudson, Rick Cobb. BILL KAMPMEIER Copy Editor JIM HARDEE TOMMY COBB STEVE WILENCHEK Organizations Editor Sports Editor Fraternities Editor 132 V , ' "1-., X934 Y wwkx A , 1 Y JIM SMYTHE SONNY HOWARD ASS0CiG+9 Edi+0r Associafe Edifor BEIRNE PRAGER Business Manager BOB MCCAMY, Adveriising Manager BUDDY WOODS PAUL ROBERTS, Circula+ions Manager Fea'l'ures Edi1"or CHARLES SCQTT BILL LEROY AL DRYDEN Phofography Edifor Classes EdH'or Ari' Edi+0I' 133 BOB CANNON, Ediior Engineer, Campus Wins the Coveted J l i Ediiorial sfaff members: Dave Tucker, Clifford Denny, Jim Allan. f J. P. VIDOSIC . . Faculty Adviser JAMES B. HAMAN . . . Special Adviser HARRY WOLF . . - ..... An: Editor EDITORIAL STAFF: Bill Miller, Jim Tenison, Mike Baum, David Tucker, Charles Bamford, Norman Heller, Leonard Kolchin, Ronald Rowland, Grayle Nesbit, Bob Fuller. MONROE EDWARDS, Managing Ecliror ! .lim Richardson, Ken Harmon, Charlie Doclcls, and Ed Yeargan correlaire all of +l1e business affairs for Georgia Tecl'1's reclmical magazme. 134 A Technical agazine All-American Rating Neil Lesser, Shigevoslii Kawai, Norman I-leller, Karl Johnson. KEN HARMON . Aclverlising Manager ED YEARGAN Circulalion Manager MICKEY O'DONNELL Fealure Eclilor BOB CLEIN Associale Edilor :-wK E 'mu "'fw'21afw,:a Edifor Bob Cannon 'ralks over a problem cluring an ENGINEER meeling. JIM RICHARDSON, Business Manager JIM PEACOCK, Edi+or MIKE TENNENBAUM, Managing Edi'I'or Rambler, Ga. Tech olds Vitalit to STAN GOLDBERG Chief Pl'1o'I'ogra pher DAVE BOWEN Layoui' Edi+or FRED REIMERS . . . Advertising Manager NORMAN WORRELL . . Faculty Adviser BOB HERLIHY . . .... ArtEdizor BARNEY WICCINS . . Circulations Manager JIM OKON ......... - Carzoonisr EDITORIAL STAFF: Bill Stacey, Jim Smythe, Steve Bieler, Dave IVIcKenny, Van Hudson, Tommy Cobb. BUSINESS STAFF: Jim Stroud, Ed Watte11ba1'ge1', John Thompson, Jerry Schur, Harry Handley. Edi+or Peacock discusses picfures wi'l'h one of his s+aFF members. Feature Magazine, ampus Publications M '--:.-fsQ.Q...,.,-,,V. . Y I CHICK SCHWARTZ Associaie Ediior Bill Siacey, Jim Smy'rl1e, and Jim Okon ai' a RAMBLER meeiing Dick Thompson, David Kammer, and Harold Mariinz Phoiographers. HOLLAND BROWN, Business Manager JACK SCH M IDT Associaie Edifor BILL WHITE, Editor DAVE McNEILL GREY HODC-SES News Editor Photography Editor PHIL ,IORY . . . . - . Make-up Editor I-IAL WIGHTMAN ..... Advertising Manager PETE WEISSENBERG .... Collections Manager ToM VENTULETT ..-.... Art Editor DON SISTRUNK ..... Circulation Manager ASSOCIATE NEWS EDITORS: Bill Abercrombie, Paul Hodgdon, Pat Skelly. ASSOCIATE SPORTS EDITORS: Armand Beard, Oscar Persons. ASSOCIATE FEATURES EDITORS: I ere Iustice. Dan Paul. STAFF: Grover Rirdsong, Guy Carmichael, ,lack Clif- ford, Steve Field, Milton Hall, Richard Lee, Wilsoli lVIolJley, Rod Nave, Bobby Turner, Terrence Nich- ols, Evelyn Nix, Allen Prather, Don Rentz, Cal Rice. Technique, Campus Newspaper, Awarded All-American Rating for Outstanding Job BOB GOTSCH, Executive Editor and TOM HALL, Associate Editor l3S BAYLEY WALKER, Managing Editor JOHN HOWARD JIMMY ST. JOHN SPOVIS Ed'I0V Feafures Edifor ' ' JIM SMYTHE Copy EcIi+or TEC WJZ! Mdizeif P I 3, . iff' ff HA 3 HNIQUE s'I'aFI enjoys popcorn wI1IIe working. L WIGI-ITMAN, Adver'I'ising Manager and DUN SISTRUNK, CircuIa'I'ion Manager. News Edifor, Dave McNeiII +aIIcs wi'rI1 Ihe phorographers. JACK MARTIN, Business Manager SITTING: Peacoclc, Pershing, Adams, Vidosic, Worrell. STANDING: Smith, Cannon, Richardson, Milton, Reeves, Brown, White, Martin, Prager. Publications Board elects Editors THE GEORGIA TECH Publications Board is coni- posed Of the editors, business managers, and faculty advisers of each publication, plus a Pi Delta Epsilon and Student Council representative, and under the OFFICERS . DEAN JOHN J. PERSHING . . . . Chairman HAL REEVES . ...... . Secretary MEMBERS Blue Print Representatives FRED SMITH ...... . ..... Editor BEIRNE PRAGER . . . . . . Business Manager Engineer Representatives BOB CANNON . . . . . ...... Editor JIM RICHARDSON ..... . . Business Manager Ram bler Representatives JIM PEACOCK . ............ Editor HOLLAND BROWN . . Business Manager direction of Associate Dean of Students, John J. Pershing. Their job is to select the editors and busi- ness managers and to regulate the business affairs of each publication. Technique Representatives BILL XVHITI5 ...... ...... E clitor JACK NIARTIN .... . . Business Manager Student Council Representative HAL REEVES Pi Delta Epsilon Representative DAVE lVlILTON FACULTY ADVISERS PROF. H. C. ADAMS ....... . Technique PROF. N. L. WORRELI. . . Rambler PROF. J. P. VIDOSIC . . Engineer PROF. A. F. BECKUM . . Blue Print if EH -'59 rr- A,, DEP RTNIENTA S Members Brookins, N. R. Brooks, R. L. Chun, M. S. Cone, J. C. Connolly, J. L. Davenport, I. Davis, A. W. Galloway, Hester, J. P. L. M. Hollis, T. G. Jones, L. D. Kirklancl, F. H Lair, T. E. McCoy, H. E. Meacham, G. O. Moss, M. C, Murdock, S. E. Nance, J. G. Peak, J. D. Penick, J. C. Peters, B. H. Ruark, R. C. Stevenson, P. C sun, c. s. Tinney, J. F. of ATCC tud Textile Dyeing 7 RAY RUARK ' X ,, . ,, V. ,,... A ,,. , . . , ,.,.. ,,.,, .,A , 1. rf f L figs , :- M ,i . , , ...fa V, 1 , 1 . M. , A ...K .. , .... . .. Yr A .Mess -.-- MN... ,AW V M. . , f " - 'Q .f-rf... sf. ' .,vfj:g,y 4 i V , f ,. ., fa' 'H 2 W f 2 aff 46 1 f ,V E 9' ff WC Q , Qxf 2 X .Q swf s is 'it t 4 xy Q is . . ., fs. . , My C 1'-M..-F, , A ' f f I ,, ,..,. v .sa T px sill' . vff4sX,,, ,V . . Q, X , ,wp , .,,, - iw. ,..., . . . , ,,,, y , ..,. , . W W.. f THE TECH STUDENT chapter of the American As- sociation of Textile Chemists and Colorists affords the student a chance to become better acquainted with the various phases of chemistry and textile dyeing processes. Motion pictures, tours, and speakers prom- inent in the textile Held are used to meet this end. The associationis purpose is to promote an increase in knowledge in the applying of dyes and chemicals, to iturther research on chemical processes and mater- ials, and to establish channels through which profes- sional knowledge may lne interchanged. Olhcers for 1957-58 were: Ray Ruark, Presidentg George Meacham, Vice President, Irene Davenport, Secretary, Paula Stevenson, Treasurer. A BRANCH OF THE national organization, the Tech A student chapter of the American Ceramic Society was formed in 1926. ln es'tahli.sl1i11g a goal of personal development and professional achievement, the organ- ization sponsors frequent lectures hy men prominent in the held ol Ceramics, a service by which students may become better versed in the phases ol' ceramic engineering. Sponsoring lectures, inciclentally is only one of the nurnerous activities of the organization, which is quite ellicient in presenting cllective social functions for its nleniliers. Ollicers of the Society are Fred Carlsen, Presiclentg Charles Shaw, Vice Presitlentg Barbara Bonds, Secre- taryg and James Bowman, Trezlstircr. FRED CARLSEN ' 9 American Ceramic Soclety Formed In 26 Bennett, T, H. Bonds, B. C. Bowman, J. A, Byron, J. K. Carter, J. A. Davis, J. T. Harari, C. Hurst, J. J. Jeffares, D. J. Johnson, L. R. Lepore, D. A. McKinney, H. G. Murphy, C. A. Reardon, D. E. Saeng-Xuto, P. , X p,N'CEff4,9 " A f f 350 1 6 'F Lfzfii' 8 ua ru 1 "' x 'I' S Et., t w .r ' 9: V WE' ouNDED 15" Sales, A. T. 'Shaw, C. T. A Tesfon, T. J, Theobald, P. . Youmans, R. M. 143 Aikman, C. D. Ashton, J. D. Borom, W. Briant, R. L. Burbank, W. L. Chamness, F. E. Dasher, F. Davis, J. Green, W. J. Gwynn, J. Haskell, C. C. Jennings, P. E. Johnson, C. Johnson, R. Jones, A. WE A f ,lk Karl, o. D. ' ' S.. e on, . . N A f Klett R.J 7,0 5 Q1 -' ' X L 4 I Lewls, C. T. Meliichamp, A. Pitts, L. L. Provo, L. Smith, G. Travis, W. J. THE MAN IFOLD PURPOSE of the American Chem- ical Society is to afford those students majoring in Chemistry and Chemical Engineering an opportunity to become better acquainted with one another, to se- cure the intellectual stimulation that arises from professional association, and to secure experience in preparing and presenting material before audiences of chemistry enthusiasts- lts members become accur- ately informed on the latest developments in industrial techniques and accomplishments through the society's official magazine, a Weekly publication available to its members. Society oiticers are Charles Johnson, President, Lynn Provo and Adair Mellichamp, Vice Presidents, Ovis Karl, Treasurer, and J im Davis, Secretary. merican Chemical Society Allen, J. C. Bomar, S. H. Brown, J. E. Clark, M. A. Estes, R. D. Fincher, J. S. Heine, G. R. Hollis, T. G. Humphreys, J. Knight, F. D. Mann, J. N. Mathis, J. B. Merry, K. H. Middleton, J. Reeves, H. E. Rinell, J. E. Sanders, W. H Sears, P. W. Swank, R. R, Teasley, H. E. Travis, W. Walker, E. F. Anderson, W. H. Flefcher, C. A. Hollingsworth, W. F. Humphreys, C. 8. H. Johannes, R. K. Meadows, P. O. H. O'DonneII, P. E. Solomon, S. M. rmed Forces Chemical Association ONE OF THE VERY NEWEST of campus organi- zations, the Armed Forces Chemical Association, has existed almost one year. Sponsored and advised by the Chemical unit of the Army ROTC, the Association consists primarily of cadets in the Chemical Battalion. As a well-established and efficient organization, the Armed Forces Chemical Association gives to its mem- bers the opportunity to engage in fellowship and social functions with one another, further, it keeps its members aware of pertinent current events through Well-planned meetings. Officers include Woodrow Travis, Jr., Presidentg Hal Reeves, Vice President, and George Heine, Sec- retary-Treasurer. WOODROW TRAVIS , ?f wwf -, . :yi 1: . K X, ., ,, , .. .Q . sv 1. W, nf. A. as g at 5 S 2 4 1 , , . V X J , A ff X 75' ga V , - G. ' -,fa-fm fl 5?!f.,,.:f -' Q.. aw.. iq . , . , ei "' 2 4 ' 2,gQ'2i'K 1. w f ft . -,. , ,, if szziirffl. - xy :-1-' 3-sg. , ff , f' J w. w 4 7 ,gs ,,.,,...N . . f 'f-' . , "" M ' ' , . ,. . ., f. 4. , ., 3 f fy -if ,: J.. ,ri if . :- -J 4- . . J' 21 'E li- 'Ili' f' ":'L. :2f. if-f .f':, "- ' ff' QL-4. 4 f . f il -ff. -1,--. .rv 't'..":i1 -Te? 4114 ' L " ' ' W i 'ri' ' A we V r .f 4 , Q'w? t -' a-, - if 452- 2-:aa 'f 1, i n f , ' Baker, J. A. Belser, T. M. Bergert, F. L. Boulware, R. A. Bowen, D. Briant, R. L. Burbank, W. L. Carlin, J. V. Chamness, F. E. Champion, L. F. Cosner, J. L. Dasher, F. Davis, J. H. Ford, J. L. Freeman, W. B. Goodhew, J. W. Graves, G. L. Green, W. J. Gwynn, J. C. Hallym, T. W. Hammons, J. H. Harris, H. E. Haskell, C. C. Jolly, J. P. Judd, D. K. Kelton, J. C. Kendrick, W. M. King, G. B. Tech hapter of American Institute of MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Goode, M. Robinson, Ji. C. HG THE GEORGIA TECH CHAPTER of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers fosters a professional spirit among its members by presenting informative motion pictures and speakers from the fields of edu- cation and industry to speak on topics concerned with chemical engineering. To supplement the engineeras formal education, and to better acquaint him with his Ch. E. colleagues, the local chapter of A. I. Ch. E. frequently sponsors a variety of social functions. Each year the institute presents awards for high scholastic achievement to foster pride in the profes- sion. This year members participated in the presentation of technical material at the national convention and experienced a highly active and successful season. KIeH', R. J. Lawson, D. O. Lewis, C. T. Mafos, P. W. McColIum, J. D. McMas+er, D. G. Padqeff, L, R. Petrie, L. M. Rafhbun, W. B. Roach, J. B. Schmidt, R. M. Smifh, G. C. Smiih, W. C. Summers, J. C. Turner, M. A. Uffer, R. A. Warfield, W. C. Wheeler, J. A. Wilkins, B. Wilson, C. B. S100 Epo, C14-w1u1 Chemical Engineers Presents Awards OFFICERS R. K. JOHANNES . . . P7'e3ide775 J, H, DAVIS , . Vice-President F. L. BERGERT . 56C1'6ifH'y J,L, COSNER , . Treasurer RICHARD JOHANNES HARRY WOLF AMONG THE VARIED activities of the Architecture Society are the presentation of movies and lectures on architecture and the allied arts, participation in the Round Robin Exhibit of the eastern schools of archi- tecture, in which Work of the various schools is pre- sented for comparison and evaluation, presentation of both departmental and outside exhibits, and parties and picnics. Major event of each year is the Society's infamous Beaux Arts Ball, in which the architects' pent up emo- tions are released in uninhibited grandeur. Harry Wolf is President of the Architecture Soci- ety, Society Vice President is Allison Bailey, Bill ,lacquette is Secretaryg and the organization's Treas- urer is Allison Fleetwood. Architecture Society ponsors Ball BBB H Bailey, J. K. Candela, H. Cass, B. J. Chapman, A. B. Choen, A. Crenshaw, E. Dryden, A. Epstein, 6. Fulcher, J. E. Harrell, T. B. Heisel, R. A. Herlihy, R. A. Hirsch, B. Hodges, L. R. Hughes, R. R. Ingram, J. R. Jacquefte, W. J. Leon-York, C. Lott, F. M. Mealing, E. T. Miller, R. Moore, J. T. Murphy, C. C. Reese, J. M. Rodriquez, O. Roy, G. E. Schoenfeld, F. R. Smith, M. Stern. L. Teague, H. H. Twifly, P. M. Venlulett, T. W. Vrooman, P. E. Watson, J. Wundrum, E. C, Wurz, J. A. ,ge .g:::iQ l 1 v 'i l 1 l l i Acevedo, L. E. Albritton, D. L. Allen, M. B. Andrews, F. E. Balcerack, R. S. Bean, L. M. Boin, K. L. Boughnou, T. R. Bowers, A. W. Branch, W. D. Brady, J. W. Brown, N. H. Bryant, D. J. Button, H. F. Caldwell, J. F. Carter, J. V. Chunn, G. A. Cole, H. S. Collins, C. W. Comer, J. L. Cook, C. R. Craver, L. W. Curiis, J. J. Cuthbert, T. R. Donaldson, E. E. Edmisfon, W. H. Edwards, M. 'S. Ellis, G. R. Findley, F. P. Freeny, S. L. Godwin, R. O. Griffin, C. E. Griffin, C. H. Hadden, T. E. Hennessy, G. C. Jackson, E. B. Lemasters, J. Lesser, N. Mayer, G. J. Morgenslern, L. Morris, C. C. Moss, W. R. Murray, R. E. Oberlies, R. H. Peake, M. W. Poteet, J. E. Potter, G. M. Riviere, H. W. Sacker, R. J. Schwartz, H. M. Smith, H. D. Smith, K. Smith, W. R. Uhler, R. E. Warinner, F. E. Wellons, D. L. IRE Promotes Electronic Advancement THE LOCAL CHAPTER of the Institute of Radio CARLTON GR'FF'N Engineers was organized in 1945. The objects of the IRE are scientific, literary, and educational. Its aims include the advancement of the theory and practice of radio and electronics, of allied branches of engi- neering and of related arts and sciences, their appli- cation to human needs, and the maintenance of a high professional standing of its members. Monthly meetings are held, at which movies are shown and at which professional men speak on sub- jects related to the field of electronics. Officers include the following: President, Carlton Grifling Vice President, James Poteet, Secretary, Thomas Haddeng Treasurer, Sinclair Frederick. Anderson J B Andrews F. E. Barfield, G. W. Boiarsky, H. R. Boin, K. L. Bolden, R. L. Bond, D. E. Boughnou, T. R. Brambletl, R. M. Brown J W Bush A M. Caldwell, J. F. Carden, R. C. Carnes, H. L. Carter, H. B. Chambers, R. P. Cochran, J. M. Cole, F. B. Cook C R Craver L W. Darroch, R. D. Delk, W. R. Drake, L. N. Ecker, H. A. Ellis, G. R. Falcon, G. D. Farill, T. G. F nnell H M Gann A W. Garmany, J. W. Gillis, A. K. Godwin, R. O. Hall, M. S. Halpern, G. N. Heller, N. G. Hinckley, F. L. Humphrey W A Johnson F. F. Jones, C. E. Joyner, J. H. Kantor, W. A. Kulback, A. D. Layne, J. H. Lesser, N. Longo, A. . POHSOTS rltlllg OIIIQCS MEMBERS NOT PICTU RED Cook, I'I. Gassaway, J. M. Harrison, E. F. Israel, I. W. Lobo, F. H. C. Phillips, I. D. Pledger, E. R. Propp, R. R. Sanderiord, P. R. Smith, D. R. Southerlancl, C. C. Swancy, G. W. Wooclcox, V. K. 150 THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS is an association with all branches of E. E. represented by an international membership. The A.I.E.E. was founded in I884 to advance the theory and practice ol electrical engineering and to .maintain a high professional standing among engi- neers. The largest engineering society in existence, the organization has I55 Student Branches to further in- terest in E. E.: the Tech Branch, founded in 1915, has sponsored films, field 'trips and talks, as Well as the annual student technical papers contest. The Win- ning technical papers are entered in the Southeastern District Convention. Vlfinners of this competition re- ceive prizes and trips to the National Convention. Lynes, E. S. Massey, R. H. Mayer, G. J. Mc6oogan, J. T. Mclnfyre, R. L. McLees, W L M er G T Moreiras, J. Morris, 6. V. Nakagawa, T. Nickelson, R. L. Penningfcn, H. L. Pofeef, J E Poifer G M Powell, H. B. Presson, B. R. Riviere, H. W. Sapp, A, E. Sessoms, J. G. Shackelford R G Shaw C F Sheng, A. N. Shulfz, J. D. Smith, K. Smith, W. R. Thomas, J. E, D. Thompson W W er R Upiain, V. C. Warinner, F. E. Wellons, D. L. Williams, J. B. Wilson, H. K. Wu, Y. S Zelioun R F For Th Student Electrlcal Clrcult OFFICERS G. D. FALCON . A. M. BUSH . . Vive A. K. GILLIS . . - W. W. THOMPSON . - Presiflenz President Secretary Trensz1,rer GLEN FALCON OFFICERS HERBERT E. LINDSAY , President CLARENCE L. STRICKLAND . , ViCe-Pre5iflem BILLY J. BARNETT , Secretary CHARLES D. HOLBROOK , Treasurer HERB LINDSAY Tee' Chapter of IIE Presents Treph Adams, R. Barnell, B. Buckley, J. Collell, R Farfel, M. Goembel, B. Alfred, R. A. Anchors, J. A. Askew, L. C. Aydlefl, C. L. Bacon, G. R. Barber, R. L. J Belk, F. P. Berry, A. W. Besl, C. A. Brooks, J. C. Brown, J. S. Brown, R. E. J Bush, J. F. Carlisle, F. O. Clark, J. A. Clarke. C- R- Cohen, N. H. Colcord, D. R. E Comer, J. L. Curry, J. C. Davis, C, S, Duffer, H. G. Everilf, H. O. Ezzell, J. W. I. Farmer B. F. Flood, P. M. Fuller, W. N. Gammons, V. S. Giles, A. P. Gilliam, W. R. M- H- Grimes, C. B. Grisl, J. Groover, C. C. Hall. T- J- Hand, C. A. Harbuck, R. H. 152 I THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE of lllLlLISll'litl Engi- neers is at national professional organization :lor in- dustrial engineers. The student chapter on the campus was organized aliter the opening ol- the lntlustri.al Engineering School in 1911-6, anti has grown to lie one of the largest engineering societies at Tech. The purpose ol' the Georgia Tech Stuclent Cluipler of AIIE is to develop at keen interest in the helcls ol' industrial engineering. Lectures, movies, and plunt trips give the memliers the opportunities to see new techniques and cievelopnients in the held of l. E. The IUCIl1lJC1'S also participate in Teelfs tninuul illin- gineer's Week." Each year the organization presents il trophy to the outstancling sophomore in l. E. MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Bares, ,l. R. Brooks, ,l. C. Ferris, Pt. T. Gammon, G. W. Howe, C. F. Perez, J. R. Stancell, W. J. To Outstanding Sophomore LE. tudent Harwood, J. E. Herbert, D. B. Hoffman, R. M. Holbrook, C. D. Holi, R. C. Jones, L. B. Kadii-go, E. P. King, J. A. King. W- E- Kwasfiik- M- W- Longino, c. L. Mann, J. N. Marlow, J. c. Massey. E. C- MCKen1ie--'- M- Pirkle, D. S. Popovich, R. L. Puckett, T. L. Radford. W- E- Reed- S- J- Sikes, R. s. -simpson, c. L. smut., L. L. Solomon. S. M- Strickland- C- '-- Truus, P. A. Varnado, H. Vaullfl. 5- Volmari W' J' Wallers' 'l' E' Horton, A. E Leslie, W. H. Miller, G. W Rodriguez, R. Strickland, J. Weissenberg, 153 Hutchison, J. B. lfrach, l. Johnson, J. M. JOl'lI1SOr1. K- G- Lindsay, H. E. Lineberger, W. F. Livingston, T. J. LOrldOr10. F- Miller, R. L. Mills, W. W. Milton, D. MOFI'iS. O. H- Roqers, C. C. Rose, J. O. Ryle, R. W. SGYQ- l'l- A- Studstill, W. T. Swift, R. O. Thornton, D. H. Trobautlll. J- l- Wexler, P. L. Willingham, S. D. Winn, S. D. ZBP-iii. G- l- 4 Bayly, J. 6. Colvin, R. K. Goodson, J. W. Gregg, R. D. James, D. R. Koller, W. W. Lerdon, W. E. Safterfield, R. C. Watkins, W. G. Industrial , fm X ,L 6, 4 ,W R ,,.. ..... .- ,... -... g Tl, , ,fm .whit 1' -: - .. J . Wgwli, ,i-.-:::,f-W:-s. sw Q f if f !'?'f' S" ,7'if5f5ZZ25' 'FV' J - QW. "ft ff- sv M BILL KOLLER t fysxisizf c i -vi f -. , ' , B - ' , .' jyga V53 5 ' .L 'lmvi , Q ,-My - 5 i' ' 4 - ,-5--,xt . ff ' -f"f VJVZ , ' ' J" ' , - 'f 'ex ' lyvu , ' , - , ,, ,A , A ,Wg W , , :ij ffY'f"v'4W"'A DZQ f P' -.L-f ..., ,1 -:L -1-':s:: :?:I'.-.- , -- K - 1 ,f '2 - -' fr - sm- ,Q . Fifi . ,gp ,,.- - pf' Q ,,,, A -as 4 mfs- K ' -' r , ' ff v , K , . :gui ,:.,.,. ,, Q , - Lsufw - 4 W. -f-,Q f , ww gxgg-..:4,, f LH, va,-3 r 4 2 P . Q ' iv? ' ff , f -it L55 r 'A f- at ' , . Q 3, W, ,, , vas f f 2, 5-5 f .s , ,N :iff - 4-g7'ff',f,, y A KA: Z VPS! Y X ,..,..,,, , ,.,,,.,,,,,,,. ,, , .,.,. , ...,., . ,x A s I A X ff Q . QW ' - :" f i' ' :Lit Desi ners Compose AIDS MEMBERSHIP IN THE Association of Industrial Design Students is open to those students enrolled in the School of Industrial Design who have begun the series of required design courses. The purpose for founding such an organization was to cultivate a sense of ethical relationship between the designer and his colleagues and clients, the oppor- tunity for a medium of social activity among indus- trial design students, and communication with indus- trial design students at other schools as Well as With practicing designers. Ofhcers are the following: President, Bill Koller, Vice President, Wes Lerdong Secretary, Bob Kirby, Treasurer, John Dunn. THE SOCIETY OF AMERICAN MILITARY Engi- neers desires to bring together all Teeh Students in- terested in the field ol' military engineering and the necessity for our country to remain prepared in that field. The organization, open to all students of Georgia Tech, offers a varied program ol' speakers and field trips related to new developments in the field of mili- tary engineering, a dance and banquet once a year, and an invitation to the social activities of the local chapter of its parent institutions. The President ol' the Society is lioy ltrowng Society Vice President is Irvine Foxg Secretary is David Andersong Treasurer of the organization is Kenneth Harmon. ROY BROWN . . .E. Open to all Tech tudents 155 Anderson, D. M. Bergert, J. W. Bradley, R. A. Brown, R. E. Bryant, R. P. Bullard, C. A. Chappell, H. R. Clark, R. J. Cox, B. E. Dundervill, W. E. Falvey, H. T. Fee, G. B. Fox, W. I. Garrett, W. J. Hall, H. L. Harmon, L. K. Henderson, R. E. Higgins, F. B. Jones, L. D. Kelly, P. W. Maxwell, T. Mooney, W. E. Parker, R. J. Puckett, B. C. Recchio, D. A. Rushton, E. A. Russ, J. L. 'Schoenfeld, F. R. Smith, B. M. Smith, C. V. Smith, M. Stafford, D. G. Sundy, R. J. Teed, D. D. Travis, O. F. Van Hagan, T. H WMA., at I r". ELA tl TR Q -i ,,, vi OFFICERS BOBBY COX . . . President WILLIAM E. SMITH . , Vice-President RONALD W. RIDGWAY . . Secretary WILLIAM B. MEVERS . Treasurer BOBBY COX A. S.C.E. Membership is pen to Juniors AMERICAN SOCIETV OF ENGINEERS FOUNIJED lB52 I Barber, P. T. Barker, J. M. Bafes, R. L. Baffen, C. H. Bell, M. K. Boswell, W. C. Bowyer, F. L. Briif, M. J. Burley, J. D. Cafasso, A. Calagna, A. F. Cameron, J. W. Cohn, J. Cook, R. C. Cox, B. E, Emery, D. K. Emmeif, W. W. Erlenkoifer, D. Evans, A. D. Falvey, H. T. Fausold, H. M. Fleming, G. D. Fox, W. I. Henderson, R. E. HIQQIUSI F- I3- 156 THE GEORGIA TECH Student Chapter of the Amer- ican Society of Civil Engineers is a departmental or- ganization with active membership open to all juniors and seniors in the School. of Civil. Engineering. Charteretl at Tech in 1924, the society sponsors movies, speakers, and lieltl trips, which provitfle lor the students a view ol' the practical applications ol' the principles and theories ot' civil engineering to the construction industry. Ot' special interest in the society is its important role in the tlevelopment and presen- tation of the Civil Engineering Departmeiifs entry in the annual Engineers Week exhihit. Tln-ougli its pro- jects and activities, the society strives lor fellowship and exchange ol' ideas among its members. MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Bagwell, C. lVl l-larcly, E. E. Holt, J. N. Preston, J. R. Prolost, W. R. Sotiropoulos, nd Seniors in Civil Engineering Lamperl' L A - H. c. H h , R. E. Hurd, L. R. Hyde. J- L- J0'1nS-J- E- Lamar R 0 EQVKL 3:,lmiSw:rih'W'F' uigiliisnd J T Miliisnfiii J L Mceee J. D. Mcwhsrfer, T. R. Mehaffey, T. M. Mews w B Mlddlebrooks c Q--' 'e'-- ' - ' 'dwaRW schaffmc , , . I . P H' J. M, Pratt-, R. B. Raleigh, J. L. Recchlo, D. A. RT g y gillllkan' 'S' C' qsbor3'e'DF' J' ri c. v. sn-Tin, J. E. sn-nh, w. E. smlings, J. R. sfapler w smart E F Si.lrgl:zll1sIJ Slmgl .R Thornloni L 'C Toomes J Underwood, H. L. Wade, J. W. Wallace, T. S. Williams W D Wilson R u , . . un y, . - - - - ' ' 7 Adams, M. D. Anderson, J. R. Balliet, M. Blanton, R. W. Boggs, B. A. Bosher, J. L. Brandon, N. C. Brown, J. l. Brown, J. R. Brown, J. T. Brown, W. H. Carson, C. F. Carson, J. K. Clark, R. T. Copeland, A. J. Crawford, D. W. Crisp, J. N. Cross, R. J. Crowell, F. B. Cunha, T. U. Darden, J. F. Davis, J. B. Donaldson, J. O. Downing, B. D. Ellis, R. W. Endom, D. P. Erickson, G. F. Flinchum, J. A. Ford, J. T. Foster, D. L. Franco, M. 'S. Freck, C. A. Galloway,D.F.S. Gamblin, C. R. Gonzalez, R. Gorman, J. G. Gould, D. W. Grace, W. A. Hall, W. K. Hamblen, R. A. Hancock, J. P. Hardin, L. E. Hirsch, H. Hopkins, D. P. Hughes, D. R. Hughes, F. W. Hyman,gN. L. Inman, G. H. Johnson, C. D. Johnson, F. T. Johnson, R. J. Jones, J. B. Judge, T. J. Jue, J. Killinger, D. E. Kosinski, A. J. Mathis, J. B. Maxwell, T. H. Meadows, P. O. Mehaffey, G. P. The American Society of Meehan MEMBERS NOT PICTU RED Buran, R. D. Giannella, H. J. Gonzalez, R. J. Hair, J. G. Johnson, C. R. Lieb, F. T. Ludwig, J. C. Maldarelli, L. V. Putman, D. H. Robertson, T. E. Rusk, H. S. Shiver, M. B. Stastny, T. G. THE GEORGIA TECH STUDENT CHAPTER of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers is one of the largest societies on the Tech campus. The society conducts weekly meetings, often providing authori- tative speakers from the various M. E. fields. By means of these meetings and the membership privilege of subscription to the monthly journal of the society, the members are provided a means of keeping up with new techniques and developments in the industry. Ry supplementing in this manner the material cov- ered in class, the Tech Student Chapter of the society is helping the student prepare for work as a profes- sional engineer. ical 0 f l Milchell, T. A. Monroe, D. H. Moss, W. L. Murphey, G. E. Murphey, T. H. McElveen, W. H. McFarland, G. K. McKeown, T. W. McTier, R. F. Nesbiff, M. H. Oldham, J. H. Parker, R. J. Pafferson, M. R. Peckinpauqh, C. L. Peek, H. H Peferson, R. M. Peyfon, R. M. Pressley, R. F. Quigley, R. B. Rall, B. D. Redman, F. L. Richards, J. B. Rozelle, J. A. 'Scheid, C. H. Schenck, A. W. 'Scl1iIl, T. V. Seich, J. R. Slaughfer, S. G. Smilh, M. R. Snead, H. T. Speighf, V. R. Spell, D. M. Siokes, B. B. Sfover, J. D. Swanson, D. K. Thomas, J. M. Upfon, H. M. Vernon, J. M. Volkmer, W. D. Wells, W. K. Wilson, W. H. Wrighl, R. H. Engineers Discusses New Techniques CHARLIE JEDLICKA 4 OFFICERS CHARLES LEE JEDLICKA . . . Presidenz ROBERT F. MCTIER . . Vice President MALCOLM R. PATTERSON . . Secretary GERALD F.ER1cKsoN . . Treasurer OFFICERS LESTER R. SMITH , Pr-esidem JAMES E. BLAHNIK . . Vice President ROY V. HARRIS . . . Secretary CHARLES E. JOHNSON . , Treasurer LESTER SMITH Institute of Aeronautical Sciences 15 0: f-Xff? -Q0 Ax 2-9 5' f' 2, - 0, 72: J Q? Sn. cm. X 1 Alhouse, R. D. Aspinwall, G. Baisden, D. N. Barron, R. P. Beardon, D. R. Bernreuter, D. L. Blahnik, J. E. Bonine, W. J. Bowling, H. T. Bradley, J. W. Cone, D. C. Dix, R. E. Duggan, D. M. Enderson, L. W. Flink, L. G. Friedman, R. F. Garcia, F. S. Glinsky, S. S. Goetz, R. C. Gonzalez, 'S. E. Hair, L. M. Haifhcock, J. H. Hallum, M. M. Harrell, D. M. Harrell, D. R. Harrell, W. H. Harris, E. F. Harris, R. V. Hume, J. Jenkins, G. T. 160 THE NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF AERONAUTI- CAL SCIENCES represents an eoinparulivc-fly new lmut rapidly advancing lJl'tlllLZll ol' engineering. The tul- vances within the last decade from jet propulsion to the present reality ol' outer space conquest presents to the student the prolxloni ol' keeping nlnozlsl with lcclnlicnl aulvannfes whimfh loduy owur with such ru- pidity that the clussrooni is ln11'tl-pmssell to lwep up. It is at this very point that the lnslitule l'llElliG'r4 ai valuable contrilinlion hy sponsorinff Jl'0Ul"llHS th-rl za l za f L the nienihers the day-to-day advances will present to and attempting lo relate these aulvunces to the theory and brinciples covered in Class. MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Beelme, W. l'l. Sanford, D. S. lflolmes, R. S. Sheldon, R. A. IJUWFCIICC, li. N. Sims, C. A. Lewis, A. E. Little, R. K. Littleton, F. C. Madclen, lVl. ,l. Markus, G. Mickel, J. S. Smith, J. E. Snyder, S. L.. Stevens, S. C. Stiner, W. G. Tate, C. D. Van Der Horn, R. Welsh, T. H. Wilkinson, T. W. Parker, J. L. Pegg, R. J. G Represents apidl Advancing Field Johnson, c. E. Jordan, P. D. Kafizmafk, R. M. Keyes. J- W- Kitchens- M- D- Lofblad, R. P. Lowndes, R. I. MacDonald, H. I. MacEviH, J. M. Mea-dows, R. A. Pilkington, E. L, Rebmann, M. R. Reed, S. J. Risse, B. J. RObll'IS0"I. C- 5- Shepherd, J. R. Shrewsbury, E. P. 'SingelIlon, R. Smith, L. R. Starrett: R. B. Swavely, C. E. Todd, H. E. Vogan, A. W. Wade. R- L- Wa"'wr'ghl' R' G' 161 Klein, L. V. Kowalsky, B. D. Lallal, G. L. Leib0Wll'l. T- Metersky, M. L. Miller, D. S. Miller, G. E. Navickas. E. W Rogers, W. F. Roper, R. W. SCFUQQS. R- M- Shelfon- L- C' 'Stone, J. T. Stroud, W. J. 'Swain, W. N. Swalley, F. E. Walters, R. T. Weinberger, A. L. Whaley, C. E. Wlgl0fl. R- 5- Ackerman, T. G. Adinolfi, J. F. Aldred, J. H. Aldridge, T. J. Allen, D. L. Arnett, A. W. Bagwell, J. F. Baille, A. C. Ballard, R. M. Bankston, W. S. Beacham, T. C. Beadles, C. V. Beck, J. D. Beckham, W. E. alarm, f-I9 fe T. Badass, J. R. , 5 ,,, Bell, R. M. Q 55 gsfmey,Ac.EE. I6 o, . . ? sands, V7 QUFW owen, . . Bowne, M. L. Bressler, J. C. Butler, B. G. Caldwell, J. E. C m k E. G am ac, . Campbell, H. L. Cannon, H. W. Carlisle, F. O. Carter, K. M. Cashin, J. E. Coalson, P. C. Cohen, N. B. Cook, J. C. Cook, M. C. Colterman, W. Cox, B. A. Crews, J. L. Dawson, T. J. Day, C. B. Devane, H. H. Durrett, W. E. Edwards, J. D. Ellis, R. P. Exum, J. O. Ferrell, S. K. Fleniken, J. G. Fulghum, W. L. Gandia, A. A. Gay, K. E. W. Membership pen Bland, W. P. Bridges, R. F. Canas, R. G. Clarke, J. P. Clayton, F. Grosch, H. A Hall, D. F. Howe, C. F. Law, VV. F. Leverette, T. J. MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Lewis, P. H. Logue, D. L. McDaniel, C. H McGary, R. E. Sager, W. H. Schmidt, J. A. Turner, C. Wilkes, J. B. Wilkins, J. D. Yankee, P. F. l l to all Students in THE SOCIETY FOR THE Advancement of Manage- ment, the national society of management people, exists for the advancement of a scientific approach toward management problems encountered in indus- try, commerce, and education. The Georgia Tech Student Chapter of the society, at first a departmental society in the lndustrial Engi- neering Department. now offers membership to stu- dents in all departments. 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Gay Hellersfedi' Jones McCowen Patterson Sellers Thurman H Jory Gibson erringlon McKenzie alfilo P Sheehan Tisinger Grant' Ho Kadingo McLendon Pruifl' Sherlock Towery Groover Holl' Kahn Miller Raleigh Silverman Truu: Gunter Howard Kampcuris Mllchell Reed Sledge Turner Hall Howe Kent Moody Ritlelmeyer Smilh Walker Hardee Howell Lair Moore Roberts Smith Warner Hardy Hunl' Land Murrah Robertson Snapp Weinslock Harper Hussey Leroy Murray Robinson Sfarrs Williams Harper lmlay Locklear Nicholas Rollens Strickland Williamson Harris Ivie Long Nixon Rowland Strub Wilson Harris Jones Martinez Papachrislou Scarbrouqh 'labor Youngblood Harvery Jones McConnell Paterson Self Temples Zelgler Society for Advancement of Management OFFICERS CECIL B. DAY . V President WILLIAM W. COTTEIVMAN Vice-Presifleni WILLIAM E. WARNER Secreliflry JERRY M. MCICENZIE . Treasurer CECIL DAY l' 'V" Y 5 gin , ' Z my Q ,ff , , , y. ,QA M fi If Q ga I, Ez? ,, , , . W -E, vw? CHAPPY SUMMERS Alpha Phi Omega, A Bates, J. W. Beecham, A. F. Beck, J. D. Bynum, J. H. Clark, O. W. Cook, B. H. Ellwanger, P. 'S. Hall, J. R. Harfwlg, D. E. Millikan, R. J. Mitchell C E. Ozkal lx Rogers J H I ' J ' K fb s' ' , D, K. www SLSSKHD. T. if 4 Q1 P,'4-45.17 Xlqgv E 92 ' RWM 1 4 xx Stockham, W. H. Summers, J. C. Vargas, D. West, W. B. Wright, W. A. ALPHA PHI OMEGA is a national service fraternity organized on the principles of the Scout Oath and Law. Its main objective is to render service to the campus, the community, and to scouting. Membership isilimitedto men who have been registered members EcPthi?BE Scoutsdof America. Among its many activities of service, the Gamma Zeta Chapter at Tech sponsors the annual ullgliest Man on Campusn Contest, the proceeds of which are donated to charity, and supervises the polls during all campus elections. Officers include: President, Chappy Summers, Vice President, I oe Bynum, Secretary, Oliver Clark, Treas- urer, Don Hartwig. Service Fraternit 166 Alford, K. Argo, J. T. Bach, W. Baker, D. Beavers, C. Bomar, W, J, Brewsler, J. Carpenter, R. Chambless, E. Cloar, B. Dasher, F. Elloit, C. S. Fleetwood, R. Forrester, O, Harris, E. F. Harris, K. D. Harrison, J. Herrington, T. Humphrey, B. Jones, E. Kent, J. W. Lebkuecher, Leisler, F. C. R. P. Leslie, W. H. W. H. Lilly, B. Lueders, R. J. McGrath, L. H. Mclntosh, E. Mcrhaii, B. D. Moreland, J. Murphy, T. A. Ray, D. Ready, J. S. Riviera, H. Sibley, W. A. 'Snapp, R. Stinnelt, W. Slrub, T. J. Walker, J. E. Walz, J. Wilkinson, W. G. Willingham, J. R. Huff'-.,. 1' '. 'x 'fp 4 4" ' n' X 3 2 ' A 2 w 1 WEEE? ., Q '1 Hn' -"-furrl' irele K Club ponsored lo Kiwanis THE CIRCLE MK7' CLUB, although only eight years old, has increased so in popularity that it now holds a top spot among Techis Service organizations. An affiliate of Kiwanis lnternational, the club at Tech was the sixteenth one organized. lt has been instrumental in the formation of new clubs at Emory and St. Louis. Circle 'Clin has worked continuously under the guid- ance of its sponsors, the Northside Kiwanis Club, to hecome a useful organization on the campus. The memhers have given much of their time and effort to many worth-while projects hoth on and off Campus. The Circle CLIC, oflicers are: Charles Elliott, Presi- dent, Francis Dasher, Vice President, Ralph Leh- kuecher, Secretary, and Robert Snapp, Treasurer. SID ELLOIT - Juhan Toomes, Club Veep, does a deep knee bend with 330 pounds. Duggan snatches 200 in Atlanta tourney. Tech Barbell Club MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Castleberry, R. lVl. Crimes, D. D. Jackson, W. Malone, E. M. lVlcKee, W. Savage, D. B. Venable, R. H. 168 Bailie, A. C. Bodenhammer, W. T. Britting, K. R. Broadfoof, J. W. Christ, J. G. Duggan, D. M. has Won Several THE GEORGIA TECH Barbell Club was established in the spring of 1955 by a small group of Tech men who were interested in Weight training. Of those who came to the first meeting, only three are still mem- bers, but the club now has nearly thirty active par- ticipants. For more than a year the club worked out in a small upstairs room of the naval armory, but in the fall of 1957, a new club room in the basement of the YMCA was procured and the group became a regular mem- ber of the NY". The purposes of the Barbell Club was to provide a place on campus f or all interested Tech men to train with weights and to develop a competitive lifting team. The members have Won several titles and plan to de- fend them and to enter new contests in the future. Juhan Toomes performs a 245 pound ierk. Gorman, J. G. Harmon, C. A. Helms, M. L. Lebkuecher, R. P. Missroon, J. F. Murphy, C. A. Nicklow, R M Slobody K To s J Titles During Three Years of Existence OFFICERS DOUGLAS M. DUGGAN . . . . President JUHAN TOOMES . . . . Vice President WILLIAM MCKEE . . . Secretary ANDERSON C.BA1L1E . . Treasurer Tech Band Provides Music and Color I 1 R X KX R L J , R r 170 THE GEORGIA TECH BAND, under Director Ben L. Sisk and Drum Major Bill. Graves, has one oi' the most important jobs on the Tech Campus, that oi' representing the school both at and away from home. Its perfornianees this year included playing at home football and home basketball games, at the Tennessee football game in Knoxville, at the T Came in the Spring, at gradiiation in Jlllltf, and at their annual Spring Concert. At school, 'free time is hard to find, but Techs band members manage to find enough time to meet three times a week at their Crenshaw Field House Head- quarters. Leading the Tech Band as ollieers are: Bill, Pearson, Captain: Mike Miles, Executive Olheerg Roby Dollar, Uniform Lieutenantg Frank Cook, Property Lieuten- ant. OFFICERS TVILLIAM B. PEARSON . . . President GRADY M. BTILES . . Vice President ROBERT D. SHULTS . . Vice President For Many Events Throughout the Year pnu-- , These "Charter Members" saw Block T's successful development. Block T members Richard Carpenter and Ted By- water count cards in preparation for the game. Gridiron Flash- ard Baker, B. H. Murray, J. W. 172 Bell, R. M. Bywafer, F. B. Carpenter, R. R. Forrester, J. O. Sex, W. J. Hodges, E. G. Section Grew ut THE BLOCK T CLUB is a brand new organization on campus, having been founded during the Fall Quarter of this year. It all started when a group of students met with Dean Dull in the basement of the Sigma Chi house, and, stimulated by the desire for a Hash-card section, formed the Black T Club. As the club began organizing, the Student Council and the Ramblin' Reck Club lent their support and 400 freshmen joined the section. After several prac- tices, they presented their first show at the Duke game. The show was a complete success and was received with such enthusiasm that a section in future years was assured. Plans for the future call for a larger number in the section and a show for every home game. L' E-E1 r Lamar, R. O. Lipscomb, D. B. Marchanf, A. A. May, R. M. P. Norris, T. P. O'Kon, M. Rains, B. S. Rusf, J. R. Saye, T. E. Of Block T Clulifs Successful Efforts OFFICERS TROY NORRIS . . . President AL MARCHANT . . Vice President RONALD BELL . . Secretary ROBERT LAMAR . . . Treasurer Bulldog lub MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Barinas, B. G. Bendell, J. Bird, J. Brennon, J. Carlin, J. Clark, C. A. Coates, B. Cromwell, T. S. Daneman, J. Eaton, G. Gassaway, J. Gibson, T. N. Gregory, C. Hall, G. Harnriclc, W. Harris, W. S. Hatcher, B. Howard, J. B. Hulfaker, B. James, C. N. Jefferies, R. Johnson, B. P. Johnson, G. Kemmerly, J. Lampert, L. Langston, J. Lapore, D. Lattal, G. L. Mallory, H. Martin, J. R. McCra1'y, B. Mehaffey, T. M. Meyer, D. M. Miller, M. Mosher, B. Moulton, B. 0'Danell, H. Pasyanos, M. Reeves, C. Remson, J. Reu, N. Richardson, J. G. Sachrin, S. Setlen, H. Silloerman, T. Smith, J. S. Stacy, H. T. P. Stacy, H. Swinclel, U. Terry, V. J. Thacther, W. Thompson, J. B. Thompson, J. B. Thompson, W. M. Troxler, D. Turner, R. D. Waller, S. D. Vlfhite, C. OFFICERS .TACK SCHMIDT . . . . . President ROBERT SAACK13 . . Vice President ROBERT THOMPSON . . . Secretary WILFORD LYON . . Treasurer JACK SCHMIDT Continues to Control Anderson, J. R. Austin, R. Bailev, R. Baugus, J. R. Bearden, D. Bedell, J. Bobo, E. Bowling, H. T. Bonds, T. Brown, R, Buck, R. Cafasso, A. Cannon, B. Carron, E. Carter, L. Cashin, J. Clark, O. Collins, C. Connelly, R. Cook, C. Coward, R. Denby, D. Dewhirsf, J. Dolson, R. Edge, G. Farfel, M. Flood, P. Fox, l. FugiH', B. Gabriel, G. Galpin, R. G-aver, C. Gibson, C. G.-udger, F. Harrell, C. Harris. D. 174 THE BULLDOG CLUB stancls among the oldest hon- orary organizations on the Georgia Tech campus. Its members are outstanding juniors ancl seniors who were selected to represent a fraternity or organization which is a participant in the intramural athletic pro- gram. Q The main purpose ol' the ltullclog Club is to plan and olhciatie in intramural athletics, and recently, the .524 club has expanrletl its activities to include selecting Q the nienihers ol' All-Star Teams in each sport. Each fall and spring, tht- Bulldogs provide one ol' the most colorful lraclitions at Georgia Tech when their initiates, the Bullpups, are seen in their white trousers, red shirts, black coals, derhies. and Wiener on a coathanger. nd Direct Tec ,S Intramural Program ' ' Johnson, J. Kahn, L. Kampouris, G. Kinsley, R. A. Krummel, J. Lamar, R. lllgldllefton, G. W. Je Ihlozrpaas, R. Lyon' W. Lyons, G. Mathis, J. McCleskey, J. McConnell, J. lvlclntyre, B. Meylers, B. Milton Murooch, S. Nelson, S. O'Kon, J. Papachristou, J. Patterson, B. Peek, H. H. IPenn,.L. Pierce, JJ prager' B- PGH Preddyl F. Price' P, Roughton, C. Roy, G. Russ, J. Sa.acke, B. Schmidt, J. Shamo, .J Shawl C. Siem: B 'Snead, H. Sperry, R. Stallings, J. R. 'Stanberry, J. Starrett, R. B. Shnnett, W. Stover, J. Talentlno, . Tannenbauml B, T51-uni, Trobaugh, J. Ullenberg, R. Valentine, C. Ware, P. Warnock, B. Welsher, D. Wexler, P. Wnldasln, J. 175 Bayly, J. G. Bishop, D. Bowen, D. Cain, M. Comer, J. L. Q Q .,H,l., 213' Hollnagel, R. Jackson, B. Johnson, F. Manson, R. Mize, B. Moncrief, M. Pattillo, R. s. Provo, J. L. Schmidt, R. Scott, C. Stephens, H. G. Suddath, J. Thompson, R. Weaver, J. White, T. amera lub Holds Photography Course THE GEORGIA TECH CAMERA Club is a member group of the Y.M.C.A. Cabinet. lts activities are many, including club meetings once each Week, a model night once each quarter, during which a model is presented for photographing, and the presentation of a six week course in techniques of photography, and the sponsorship of several field trips. The Camera Club maintains a fully equipped darkroom, set up for developing black-and-white or color films, in the Y.lVI.C.A. building. Camera Club ofiicers are: Bill Moss, President of the organizationg Robert Anderson, Secretary, Fred Johnson, Treasurer, and Jerry Comer, The Dark- room Chairman. REOllC,ANlZED l'Ni 1941-6, the Tech elnlpler olf the Ceechee Club did not until recent years become a prominent organization. Its enthusiasm and prestige suddenly increased so rapidly. however, that it is now one ol' the most l'0l'IIlll,lLllJlC ol' the clubs. Unique in that it is eotnbposed only ol' Savannah boys, the Ceechee Club originally catered to veterans and ex- isted primarily to arrange transportation for its mem- bers to and from home. The club has now increased to include ,most Tech Savannaliians and has made an enviable record for itself, especially in inlranniral athletics and social activities. Club President is Arthur Horlong Secretary is Mickey LeC1'0yg Treasurer is John Cavity. Geechee Club Composed of Savannahlans Bosher, J. L. Blumenthal, H. A Deegan, W. C. Des lslets, C. Eason, E. C. Epps, R. Fennell, F. Halligan, J. J. Horton, A. E. Jewell, E. R. Kessler, N. Kileline, F. LeCroy, C. M. McDonough, T. J Morse, J. Nelson, C. P. Russom, K. M. Simmons, H. H. Smith, H. A. Usher, H. COOP C? v K TOM BROWN SECTION I JAMES T. BROWN President SHELTON C. TILL Vice-President JOHN F. WATERS Secretary JACK C. AYCOCK Treasurer OFFICERS SECTION Il HENRY B. CHRISTOPHER President CLOYD V. SMITH Vice-President GEORGE E. MURPHEY Secretary MALCOLM R. PATTERSON MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Nall, R. A. Sibert, I. W. Smith, J. E. Treasurer CO-O lub Sponsors Miss Ammons, R. B. Afkinson, M. L. Aycock, J. C. Bamford, C. R. Banchefti, J. J. Boin, K. L. Bryanf, L. A. Cross, R. J. Culpepper, R. M. Danforfh, H. P. Davis, J. L. Ensley, R. N. Farmer, B. F. Freck, C. A. Gibson, C. A. Hall, H. L. Hopkins, D. P. Hughes, L. E. Judd, D. K. Kraff. J- H- 17S THE CO-OP CLUB was organized in 1915 to unite the leaders in the Co-op Department and to promote a closer feeling of I'riendship among co-op students. Although divided into two sections, each representing the members who are in school at one of two different times, the Tech Co-op Club actually works as a unit. The club is active in intraniurals, giving medals for winners in softball, ping-pong, chess, and tennis. Other functions sponsored hy the club are the two annual smokers with the Briaerean Society, dances at various times, and an orientation program for in- coming co-op freshmen. The club sponsors the popular HMiss Perfect Lipsi, Dance in the summer, and a dormitory basketball team during the winter, HENRY CHRISTOPHER Perfect Lips ance During the Summer Lawrenc R E Martin J B MaY R M MCDUQBICI. T- T- McGowan' O' W' Monroe' D' H' Morris' 6'Jv'T Murphey G E Panerson M' R' paulkl J- R. Paulk, R. A. Sepp, A. E. Shelton, L. C. vomfrons T S Smifh C. V. . Smith W- E Steves. H- L. Tha'-pe' E, J, Tull, S. C. Turner, M. A. a ace. . . wafeis J Ii webs D' L' wibks R. c. wildasin. J. J- Wittiamft M' J- W"50"- C' B' W"s""' W' H' 179 Dames Club has Monthly Meetings and 3 udertakes Various Worth Projects THE GEORGIA TECH DAMES CLUB, afliliated with the national organization of Dames Clubs in 1949, is composed of Wives of Tech students. The Dames Club meets regularly each month. There is also a monthly bridge party for the members, and occasionally, joint social functions are held with husbands. The purpose of the Dames Club is to promote ac- quaintances and social activities among the Wives of students. Their activities are not limited to social functions alone, however, during the Christmas season two projects were undertaken by the club. Christmas cards were sold to increase funds, and food baskets Were sent to needy families in the Atlanta area- Drama Teeifs Theater Presentations TO STUDENTS who are interested in the theater, Drama Tech oiliers training in acting, producing, di- recting, or any of the rnany other aspects oi' theatrical. work. Drama Tech provides the aspiring Thespian with a suitable means for developing and exercising his talents. Under the expert supervision ot' Mrs. Mary Nell Ivey, the nieinhers ol' Drama Tech present three plays to the public each year. Quality perliorinance of a Wide variety of plays has caused the reputation ot' Drama Tech lo be spread throughout the entire South- east. Diversihcation has heen the keynote of the cluh's performances. It has rendered excellent versions ol' plays ranging front the deep tragedy of 'GOedipus Rexi' to the absorbing comedy ot' "Much Ado About Nothingf' OFFICERS Mini. ALLINDER . . . l're.sz'1len1 PETER WEISSENBERC . . Vice Pre.s1f1len1 DAVID KIRKPATRICK . . Sei-rvlnry ROBERT Mtzlxrrmz . . 7'rf-fzszirw' Acclaimed Throughout the Southeast Adamson, J. R. Adinolfi, J. F. Anderson, J. R. Arnett, A. W. Barton, R. P. Baugus, J. R. Bell, R. M. Black, D. N. Boggs, B. A. Brown, W. H. Clarke, C. R. Comer, J. L. Cottrell, L. S. Crawford, L. R. Dufeny, M. L. Falvey, H. T. Fleming, S. H. Gunter, C. W. Gunter, J. W. Hall, T. H. Harris, K. D. Henderson, H. V. Herrman, C. C. Horn, L. J. Howard, H. C. Jones, W. O. Kahn, L. F. Kent, J. W. Interestin Programs on Management MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Adams, L. N. Baker, B. H. Davis, D. Fleming, J. D Kelly, J. D. White, W. C. 184 THE PURPOSE OF the Executive Roundtable, a member group of the Y.lVl.C.A. Cabinet, is to pro- mote an understanding of the responsibilities of man- agement through application of the principles of ethi- cal leadership. Meetings are held twice monthly at the ODK room in Rrittain Dining Hall. They consist of dinner, a short business meeting, and a speaker. Speakers are always outstanding men and women in industry and management in Atlanta and the Southeast. The topics are a result of the ideas of the members themselves. Through the speakers' presentation of these topics, Executive Roundtable members may gain an insight into the situations and problems to be faced in the future. Laird, D. F. Lebkuecher, R. P. Lewis, R. M. Mafos, P. W. Maxwell, T. H. Mayer, G. J. Meadows, P. O. Meadows, R. A. Mize, B. W. Paterson, J. R. Patterson, R. W. Pitman, P. P. Poteet, J. E. Powell, H. B. Radfors, W. E. Scarpetfa, R. Smith, W. L. Strickland, C. L. Strickland, J. B. Sfrub, T. J. Tennenbaum, M. E. Valentine, C. M. Vernon, J. M. Youngblood, G. E. Are Presented by Executive Roundtable OFFICERS SKIP BOWLING . . Chairman of Lhe Board LOYD KAHN , . Membership Chairman PETE PITMAN - SGCVGWW TOM MAXWELI, - TTCGSWCT MICHAEL BALSAM I DES THE GEORGIA TECH HELLENIC CLUB, organized in 1956, is composed entirely of studentsof Greek descent attending Georgia Tech or some other college in the Atlanta area. The primary purpose of the club is to promote good will and better understanding among the Greek students. The club meets twice each month. The activities of the club are varied and in- clude athletic and social functions, throughout the year the Hellenic Club sponsors formidable intra- mural teams and arranges a variety of picnics, parties, and dances. Officers include Michael Balsamides, President, George Lyons, Vice President, Andrew Demos, Sec- retary, and John Papachristou, Treasurer. Hellenic Club Has aried ctivities MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Canacaris, A. N. Drossopoulos, B. A. loannidis, R. A. Magoulas, A. Simitses, G. Sotiropoulos, N. Spiratos, G. A. Tomazinis, A. D k C.N Kampour BII P.L Demetriades, P G A. Ly G. J. is, H. G. N. Mengason, J. Pp h t J ris ou, Zantopulos H 186 Avilez-Alfaro, B. Bello, F. Cannon, R. S. Casacuberta, F. MEMBERS NOT l PICTURED ' Alvarado, L. F T Angarita, F. Aspurua, J. Escribano, J. - Gomez, P. Brlcence' Martinez, A. Canas, M I' . O 'na' C' Canestri, M. Cosson, B. Cosson, G. Dainas, O. Dement, F. Hernandez, L. Leiseca, J. Oduber, R. Nunez-De Villavicencio, A. ROIHCIO, Porcell, J. Robledoi V' Schwalm, H. Scarpetfa, R. Tamayo, Vargas, D. Weill, R. whife, w. B. Zapata, I. Georgia Tech Pan American nion lub BASED ON PAN AMERICAN ideals, the Pan Amer- RAY SCARPETTA ican Club of Georgia Tech was founded in 1956. Its Objectives include better relations among its members and cultural interchange of pertinent ideas. Interested in the social, athletic, and cultural development of its members, the club sponsors several dances, out- standing intramural teams, and lectures by outstand- ing guests, in which are emphasized possible solutions to economic and social problems of the Americas and Ways in which international relations might be im- proved. Oflicers include the following: Ray Scarpetta, Pres- ident, .lose Azpurua, Vice Presidentg Francisco Casa- Cuberta, Secretary, Jimmy Porcell, Treasurer. Glee Club Travels Far and Near to Q THE GEORGIA ',l'.lflCl-l C LEE CLUB, some 50 voices strong, has in the past years been one of the most travelecl and best known orgunizutiotis on the campus. In recent years the Clee Club has traveled to Troy, New York to participate in the intercollegiate lVlusic,:ul Council Convention. Since then the tllee Club has been 1'eVp1fese11tem'l ul lVlicthigun State ut the some cron- vention. On another trip, the Club entertuinecl in the Blue Room ol' the llunous Roosevelt Hotel in New Orleans- ln aclclition, the Cleo Club sung with the Atlanta Symphony Orc:l1est1'u, entertuinetl the Cuineeville Lions Club at their Valentine Hnnquel, uncl sung at several colleges in anal urouncl Atlauito. OFFICERS HENRY O. EvER1'r'r . . - f'1'ffN1'fff'11l GERALD L, GRAVES . . liter' lJl'l?Silff'l1f JIMMY TINNEY . . . . . Sm-rclury DAVID D, HARVEY . . lfzzszvzess Mazinger ' Give Performances for Man udiences V -.1-f -im'- OFFICERS DUNCAN SELLARS . President DON HALL . . . Vice President GEORGE SHERLOCK . . Secretary GEORGE MATTHEWS . . Treasurer 1 DUNCAN SELLAR'S Field Trips Highlight Georgia Teeh 4,4 ss,.,..X X n l l Acherman, T. Aldred, J. H. Aldridge, T. J. Allen, D. L. Bagwell, J. F. Ballard, R. M. Banksfon, W. S. Beacham, T. C. Bell, R. Benfley, C. Bonds, G. Bowie, M. L. Bradner, H. Brandf, P. S. Campbell, H. L. Cannon, H. W. Cook, J. C. Day, C. B. DeVane, H. H. Drourr, 'S. J. Edwards, J. D. Friedman, D. Fugiff, B. G. Fuller, C. Gandia, A. A. Gay, R. E. Gibson, J. L. Giles, B. F. Godfrey, S. Griffin, S. M. 190 THE GEORGIA TECH Nlanageinent Club is a stu- dent organization which sponsors activities designed to interest all Industrial lVlanagement Juniors and Seniors. These activities include lectures by outstand- ing industrial leaders, thought provoking films related to the work of the Industrial Manager, lielcl trips to neighboring business concerns, and various social I functions. The Nlanagemeut Club encompasses all Industrial Nlanagement fields, and its program guarantees some- thing of interest to all Industrial Nlanagemenl majors. Juniors and Seniors hncl that the lVlanagement Club gives an excellent clnrunel through which to supple- ment classroom work with hrst hand knowledge about the management side of industry. MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Baite, R. Beadles, C. V. Bland, W. P. Crawford, T. Grosch, H. A. Hall, D. F. Herbert, J. Law, W. lf. Leibu, M. Lilly, J. Logue, D. L. lVleCary, B. Radford, R. Roane, P. A. Roberts, H. Sager, W. H. Yankee, P. anagement lubis Program of Events Harper, C. L. Harrell, J. Harris, D. HarveY- D- D- Howell- J' H' Kearson, R. Kolchin, L. LODQ. T- Marlin' B' Mallhews' G' W' Morgan, J. Nicholas, H. B. Papachristou, J. Paterson, J. Pafflllo. R- 5- Rowland, R. R. Scarborough, C. F. Sellars, D. 'Sewell, G. Sherlock' G- Smith, L. Smith, Z. A. SDBPP. R- L- 5l'arrS. W. A. Tabor, W. R. Hussey, M. M. lvie, R. Jones, E- S- Meyer, D. M. Middleton, S. G. Moore, E. C. Pratt, P. W. Preetorius, C. D. Rabern, T. J. Silverman, R. A. Singer, W. 'Slobody, K. Thurman, H. T. Turner, B. White, S. W. Kahn, L. Moore, J. P. Robinson, O. L Smith, D. L. Wilkes, G. Bessman, J. W. Bone, L, P. Bundsen, B. Dunham, K. B. Edelman, R, M. Francis, O. B. Horn, L. J. Johnson, C. M. Judd, H. L. Kaplan, C. H. Kelly, W. A. Klett, R. J. Mathews, H. T. McCowen, D. S. Peacock, J. W. Reneau, R. L. Schwartz, H. M, Tillander, W. T. Wells, L. T. Wood, R. L. Math Club Interest Crowin apidl NEAL BRADLEY THE GEORGIA TECH MATHEMATICS Club was organized in l955 to provide students interested in Mathematics with the opportunity to pursue this in- terest in a non-classroom environment. This is accom- nlished through the discussion of interesting mathe- matical problems, which are perhaps very far re- moved from the realm of applied mathematics, but are nevertheless quite interesting. The Mathematics Club is open to all Tech students, not just to Mathe- matics majors, who share this interest. Presiding over the Mathematics Club is Neal Brad- ley, the Vice President is Kenneth Dunham, the job of the Secretary and Treasurer has been performed bv Louis Wells. THE PHUQOSOPHY CLUB was established in order Lo allow its incinbers to pursue knowledge and under- standing ol logic, ethics, aesthetics, and political and social philosophy in a desire to Hnd new avenues of thought and to better comprehend human problems. The Club operates such that all members may give and take equally of the knowledge imparted by the creation of new domains ol' thought. Much emphasis is placed on instilling in all its members a constant desire to seek knowledge and truth. President of the Philosophy Club is Thomas Mc- Keowng Vice President ol' the club is Lloyd Kahng Secretary is Coleman Bryang Treasurer is Cary Hill- mang Professor Robert Scharl' is Advisor. Philosoph lub Pursues Knowledge Berlin, A. Bryan, C. J. Clarke, M. G. Feinman, H. E. Gianfresco, P. J. Herrman, C. C. Hillman, 6. Hyde, J. L. Kahn, L. F. LMS, R, M, MEMBERS Nor McKeown, T. W. PICTU RED Paterson, J. R. Kittel, J. P. Phillips, J. D. Scarpeifa, R. Smith, B. M. Wise, H. H. Zeifoun, R. F. OFFICERS PHILIP NAHSER . , , President VAN HUDSON . . Vice Presidenz LES HORN . Secretary-Treasurer Physics Club ffers a upplement to Baxley, J. Becker, C. Brown, H. Bryan, B. Burdick, G. Cobb, J. K. Cooke, J. F. Crownover, R. M. Diesen, B. Draughlon, H. Duckelf, K. Duke, R. Durham, D. Dyer, F. B. Eudy, C. W. Folsom, L. L. Gibson, T. F. Gilberl, G. J. Gilliland, C. R. Hawlhorne, H. Holl', A. Horn, L. Hudson, C. V. James, C. N. Johnson, C. E. Johnson, C. M. LaChance, R. J. Langley, R. A. 194 PHYSICS IS A field of study lo which all Tech slu- dents are exposed. Therefore, the Physics Department sponsors the Physics Club, a student organization whose only object is to provide interested students with a channel through which they can further their study of physics. To develop this interest and to give a supplement to classroom work, the Physics Club sponsors a series of informative lecturers, films de- signed to portray the principles of physics graphi- cally, and several field trips. The agenda of the Physics Club is designed to give the members, not necessarily physics majors, an insight into many of the phases of science and gives a basic knowledge of the practical application of physics. MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Brayman, B. Carter, B. Clark, J. G. Duskin, J. W. Hammack, R. L. Maldarelli, L. V. Marr, J. Mosher, O. Parker, H. Rosenthal, R. Schwartz, H. Sessions, J. Smith, V. Stacey, B. Woodbury, I. -v Awww f o f V ' . A , . J-V:-: lassroom Worli With Films and Trips Leiter, D. Lilly, D. E. l-UP0. D- Mathews, H. T. Mayo, N. H. McLain, D. K. Mims, W. D. Nahser, P. Nairon, J. B. Nichols. L- Nicklow, B. Earl? P'H ghilllps' JWLR forks l2V'A , S' ,W, K, Snyder, J. R. UQ GH. - U WGN. - - 5 U - - - Schwanebeck, J. C. Scott, C H115 V R- wells. L. T. Willoughby' B' Yea'-gel-sl E. Tillander, T. Toney, P. Transeau- L- W- ann- of' l x E522 35 P Wir G54 mg' RQ Andrews, F. E. Banks, D. C. Biship, J. Boozer, R, E. Boyens, G. J. Brewer, J. E. Brickley, L. C. Demetriades, P. Gay, K. E. Halman, O. H. Harris, A. D. Hallett, R. E. Hudson, C. I. Hutcheson, C. H. Hutchinson, B. H. Jewell, E. R. McCall, G. H. McDonald, D. B. Miller, G. T. Miller, R. B. Moss, B. R. Newman, W. K. Oden, S. F. Parris, W. C. Perez, J. L. Reid, G. P. Riviere, H. W. Schmitt, M. V. Sypher, P. Thigpen, M. R. Van Zandt, H. Walker, F. M. Warinner, F. E. Wessinger, L. H. Wilson, H. K. Woodward, D. L. Radio Club has its wn Ham Station BOB SACKER THE RADIO CLUB is primarily an organization of licensed radio amateurs, although membership is open to anyone interested in amateur radio. The club 'chamw station, VVLLAQL, in the penthouse atop the Physics building, is available to licensed members and boasts high-powered transmitters on all amateur short-Wave bands. Activities center around this station and include Hchewing the ragl' with other amateur stations all over the world, handling messages for members and other students, and helping prospective Hhamsw learn enough to obtain their own government license. Olhcers are: President, Bob Sackerg Vice President, Gene Andrewsg Vice President flVlaintenancej, Ben llutchinsong Treasurer, Van Hudson. ORlClNAl,l.Y FOUNDED IN 195411 as u geology club, lln' 'lleeli student ulinpter ol' the Society ol' lilx- ploralion Geopliysieisls wus reorgtnlized into its pres- ent form in the :full of 1955, as originally intended. The general purpose ol' the organiization is to stimu- lute interest in geology, geopliysies, and relulerl suli- jects. This is LlClf0ll'l1JllSll0tl liy field trips, lectures, and meetings. Once yearly, during the spring, the unnuul banquet is lield. At this time, speakers from the oil industry ure invited to speak to tlie club. President of tlle Ol'gillllZElllOll is lolollancl ll-rowng Vice Presidential duties are liandlesl by Charles Severg and James Winn ollieiully keeps the minutes and collects the dues. HOLLAND BROWN ociety of Exploration Geoph sicists 197 Ashton, J. D, Brown, N. H, Bryan, B. K. Burdick, G. A. Campbell, W. B. Canesiri, M. J. Harper, L. W. Horn, L. J. Winn, J. B, .-AW' 41" Q -F S. r AGAIN THE RAMBLIN' BECK Club successfully carried out its purpose of developing school spirit, especially among entering freshmen students. Weekly ii pep rallies were spiced hy the appearance of promin- ent Tech men and other guest personalities and were highlighted hy the uBeat Duke" bonfire and the pre- Georgia pep rally. ln addition to the rallies the club sponsored the Ramhlin' Beck Parade, the Freshman Cake Race, a unique Coed Cake Race, and Stunt Nite. Instrumental in the indoctrination of entering stu- dents, the Ramhlin' Recks set forth and enforced 'irati' requirements. This year's ofiicers included Jean Mori, President, Henry Snead, Vice President, and George Cates, Sec- retary-Treasurer. JEAN MORI Ramblin Reck Club Starts Coed Race Carson, 6. P. Cates, G. E. Collins, D. C. Fleming, R. B. Fonts, E. L. Hall, T. H. Harris, W. S. Higqenbothaim, R. L. Hill, R. G. Horne, J. R. Howard, H. C. Jacob, G. R. Land, A. J. Lesesne, B. B. McCaughan, R. H. McNeill, D. Mehaffey, T. M. Norris, T. B. Nunn, S. A. Osborne, F. J. Patterson, D. F. Pilgrim, R. W. Ramsbotfom, W. D. Randall, W. T. C9 ps Reeves, H. Q Roberts, T. M. .gm i' I' I- Schmidt, J. W. gf smnh, F. L' Snead, H. T. Stevenson, P. C, Thompson, H. B. Thornwell, E. E. Turner, R. D. Vanlandingham, W. J. Vargas, D. White, W. B. l 198 Adams, J. C. Adams, R. B. Allan, J. C, Arringion, L. H, Bergert, F. L. Bergert, J. W. Brown, J. P. Bryan, C. J. Davidson, L. C. Dewhurst, R. L. Fortune, J. W. Gruber, R. M. Hollingsworth, W Lesesne, B. B. London, G. L. Maddox, E. R. McTague, S. B. Middlebrooks, C. Middlebrooks, H. Middlefon, J. H. Mielczarski, A. Oxford, T. D. Palmer, E. C. Pitts, L. L. Powell, C. H. Ramsbottom, W. Ritchie, D. J. Whipple, W. B. Williams, M. J. Willoughby, L. G pike Shoe Club Again Awards Troph THE GEORGIA TECH Chapter of Spike Shoe is com- posed of outstanding track and cross country men, ordinarily lettermen and numeral recipients. The gen- eral purpose of the Spike Shoe Club has been to foster and to forward interest in track as an amateur sport throughout southeastern schools. It concentrated, this year, on improving the facilities of track men at Tech. For the second straight year the club awarded a trophy to the outstanding Atlanta high school athlete in track. The Spike Shoe Club has approximately thirty-five members. Their officers are the following: John For- tune, President, Coleman Bryan, Vice President, ,l im Bergert, Secretary, and Charles Middlebrooks, Treas- urer. JOHN FORTUNE Baisden, D. N. Battaglia, A. W. Bender, J. P. Bernstein, I. C. Bessman, J. W. Bowen, W. S. Brady, J. W. Braverman, N. K. Bryan, B. K. Carey, W. G. Carter, W. J. Cherry, B. M. Chunn, G. A. Clein, R. B. Comer, W. Cone, D. C. Dahlgren, W. E. Deming, C. D. Donnigan, A. E. Edwards, R. F. Enderson, L. W. Ferrer, J. C. Fisher, W. A. Freeny, S. L. Gillam, K. J. Gonzalez, S. E. Hager, R. N. Hallock, D. D. Harrison, E. T. Hiers, R. S Hill, A. G. Hillbrath, H. S. James, C. N. Jedlicka, C. L. Jenkins, G. T. Jewell, E. R. Johnson, E. L. Jones, J. B. Kellogg, C. K. King, H. D. Klein, G. H. Klein, L. V. Leibowitz, T. Lindsay, W. M. Lundy, T. E. The Adams, W. C. Aiken, R. E. Babin, G. R. Barnett, C. E. Barton, R. P. Baskin, H. P. Bishop, L. A. Tec Chapter of American Rocket MEMBERS NOT PICTU RED Funk, B. H. Gartner, W. B. Cechman, M. C. Hammond, J. C. Harmon, L. K. Harrell, D. R. Harris, C. T. B. Britting, K. R. Harris, R. C. Bronnum, D. Burnes, C. A. Cohen, A. J. Cook, R. M. Cooper, R. L. Creighton, A. F. Daniell, F. H. Duval, J. F. Engle, W. L. Frentress, Z. Harris, R. V. Hartford, R. B. Hill, K. W. Hillman, D. C. Hillman, G. Horn, L. J. House, H. E. Howden, F. D. Hughes, P. J. Hunter, P. R. Jacobs, R. L. Jacocks, J. L. James, F. V. B. Kaplan, C. H. Keith, S. C. Knox, R. N. Lawrence, R. N. Lieb, F. T. Lowenthal, R. Ludwig, J. C. Lyhanon, M. Mackenzie, D. B. Madden, M. J. Martin, R. M. Mendez, J. C. Metersky, M. Miller, J. T. Miller, M. A. ON APRIL 23, 1957, the Georgia Tech Rocket So- ciety was made an official student chapter of the American Rocket Society by the presentation of a charter by Mr. James Harford, the Executive Secre- tary of the Society. By presenting films of current interest and hy spon- soring lectures by prominent figures in the field, the chapter carries out its desire to aid interested persons in advancing their knowledge of rocketry, jet pro- pulsion, and related sciences. A field trip to Redstone Arsenal, Army research center, was made by the chapter this past Summer Quarter. The highlight of the event Was the witnessing of a test-firing of a huge Redstone rocket engine. Maynard, H. S. McTague, S. B. Miller, G. T. Miller, W. H. Moore, L. S. Moore, T. A. Nichol, H. G. Nix, M. E, Offomeier, D.J. Oxley, T. F. Parker, R J Parks, P. E. Reed, S. J. Sellers, J. D. Shackelford, B. W. Shellon, L. C. Shultz, J. D. Smilh, B. W. Smilh, C. B. Smifh, L. R. Sfarreff, R. B. Sullivan, W. R. Swavely, C. E. Todd, H. E. Turner, M. L. Valdes, A. E. Vaughn, R. J. Wade, R. L. Waliers, R. T. Wedaman, T. H MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Morse, R. J. Myers, M. Newsome, L. Oakes, W. R. T. Pegg, R. J. Riviere, H. W. Robinson, C. S. Rose, D. A. Rosenthal, R. S Salgaclo, H. M. Schling, W. Sheldon, R. A. Silvers, J. L. Speck, G. E. Spencer, J. R. Spiratos, G. A. Transou, T. B. Wells, R. A. White, ,l. F. Williams, E. ,l. Williams, W. E Young, R. G. Society Takes Trip to Redstone Arsenal OFFICERS MORTON L. METERSKY . - - Pfwifiefll JAMES C. LUDWIG . . - WCC Pfwifleflf ARNOLD J. COHNE . . - - Secfemfy LESTER R. SMITH . . - - Tfeflwfef MORTON M ETERSKY THE SAINT PATRICKS COUNCIL was organized on the Tech campus in I950. The purposeof the or- ganization is to promote the Welfare of the Georgia Institute of Technology and the several honorary and professional societies of the academic departments in the school. The principal function of Saint Patricks Council is the planning, promoting, and coordinating of Engineers Week. During this Week the Council en- tertains a group of outstanding high school students selected by the local chapters of the Georgia Society of Professional Engineers- President of the Council is Billy Barnettg Secre- tary is Ray Ruarkg and Paul Flood is the Council Treasurer. Georgia Tech Saint Patricks Council Acevedo, L. E. Barnett, B. J. Bowman, J. A. Brown, R. E. Bryant, D. J. Carlisle, F. O. Carlsen, F. L. Cristopher, H. B. Cotterman, W. W. Cox, B. E. Craver, L. W. Davis, J. H. Falvey, H. T. Flood, P. M. Freeman, W. B. Garrett, W. J. Godwin, R. O. Goetz, R. C. Goodhew, J. W. Harmon, L. K. Harris, R. V. Hudson, C. l. James, D. R. Johnson, R. F. l..erClon, W. E. Lovvorn, H. B. Mclntyre, R. L. McKee, M. L. Merl, F. H. Murdock, S. E. Murphy, C. O. Nicklow, R. M, Osgood, F. W. Perkins, B. F. Price, P. T. Provo, J. L. Ruark, R. C. Shaw, C. T. Shepherd, J. R. Slaughter, S. G. Smith, L. R. Underwood, J. L. 202 Berlin, A. Cates, G, E, Davis, J. H, Fisher, G. F, Fleming, S. H. G-otsch, R. D. Persons, O. N, Roberts, T. M. Schmidt, J. W. Shelton, L. C. Staten, J. C. Van Landingham, W. J ae J i Lecture and Entertainment Committee IN ITS DESIRE TO present to the Tech student a BOB GOTSCH program of outstanding entertainment, the Georgia Tech Student Lecture and Entertainment Committee this year brought to the campus the Four Freshmen, Mantovani, Dr. Homer L. Dodge, the Atlanta Sym- phony, and a film series of cinema classics. Since a percentage of each quarteris student fees is put into funds for the Committee, students are ad- mitted to Committee-sponsored programs free oil' charge. The organization is composed of both students and Faculty members, at present there are four statutory student members and eight associate members, plus three faculty representatives. i i 4 CHARLES MAYNARD THE MTN CLUB is a relatively new organization on the Tech campus. Coach Bobby Dodd is to be credited with its existence and success. The club is exclusive in that it is open only to lettermen, nearly all of Whom are members. The club is actively engaged in meeting the interests of its members, and three years ago the MT" Club Building was erected. The primary goal of the Tech MTN Club is to pro- mote fellowship among athletes, the coaching staff, the faculty, the student body, and the alumni of Georgia Tech. Officers are Charles Maynard, Presidentg I im J ohn- son, Vice Presidentg and Charles Reeves, Secretary- Treasurer. T Club Composed of arsit Lettermen Askew, L. C. Blemker, R. Britiing, K. E. Bryan, C. Delany, J. H. Fortune, J. W. Q Gibbs, W. W. Johnson, J. W. Maynard, C. N. ' Menger, J. V. Prager, B. M. Randall, W. T. Smith, F. Sfith, H. Taylor, J. W. Teed, D. D. Towery, J. N. Traylor, R. C. Vickers, P. A. Watkins, F. 204 Berlin, A. Boggs, B. A. Cotferman, W. DuBard, J. L. Fleming, S, H, Grimes, G. H. Hall, T. H. N., Herrrnan, C. C. My Jones, W. O. ti' 0 Kahn, L. F. Lee, J. R. Merchant, A. A Morganstern, L. Pai on J R ers , . , Patterson, R. W Peacock, J. W. Simpson, C. L. Sims, W. K. Sledge, H. A. Smith, D. L. Smith, J. E. Slaton, J. C. Strickland, C. L Summers, J. C. Walker, R. J. Toastmasters' lub Improves Speakin FOUNDED ON CAMPUS in 1950, the Georgia Tech Chapter of Toastmasters' International, was the iirst college chapter among the hundreds of Toastmasters' Clubs. Toastmasters', as an educational organization, is especially useful on the Tech campus, since it seeks to improve through practical experience the ability to speak in public. Weelcly, through planned programs, members deliver both. prepared and extemporaneous speeches, thus constantly improving their power of speech. Toastmasters, officers are the following: President, Sam Fleming, Educational Vice President, George Grimes, Administrative Vice President, .lack Pater- son, Secretary, John Smith, Treasurer, Chappy Sum- mers. SAM FLEMING Aldred, J. H. Allen, D. L. Andrews, J. E. Barnett, B. J. Beddall, J. R. Berry, J. L. Besf, C. A. Bradley, H. E. Braswell, P. J. Brown, M. E. Burel, T. G. Burkhaller, J. D. Caras, G. Colcord, D. C. Cole, H. S. Daniel, A. M. Dawson, D. L. Day, C. B. Devane, H. H. Dolan, K. J. Doughty, E. C. Dunn, F. Ellis, J. A. Enderson, L. W Findley, F. P. Foster, D. L. Griffin, C. E. Gutierrez, G. Haithcock, J. H. Hernage, M. J. Hatakeda, A. l'lellerSieClf. R P Hennessy, G. C. Herbert, C. Holt, W. R. Hooker, B. Huffmaster, J. R. Ivey, C. E. Jankowski, F. J. Johnson. B- G The Ve s lub is one of the Lar es ' JACK STANBERY THE VETS CLUB is one of the newer organizations on campus. Yet, even though this is only its third year at Tech, it is one of our largest and most active groups. Any vet on campus is eligible for membership in the Vets Club, which seeks to provide the social and cultural needs necessary to supplement education, and to uphold good veteran-faculty relationships. The cluh's main project is to try to aid entering vets in the transition from life in the service to life at Georgia Tech. This is done through parties, picnics, movies, speakers, and other types of entertainment. The members are also active in intramurals, they enter the Reck Parade, participate in other campus functions and activities, and sponsor Worthy service projects. Johnson, J. C. Johnson, J. G. Johnson, J. M. Jory, P. D. Kennedy, D. E. King, J. A. King, J. W. Landrefh, H. L. Le Conle, L. Lovvorn, H. B, Marlow, J. C. Mclnfosh, E. McKeown, J. W. Mevers, W. V. Miller, R. L. Mifchell, R. A. Moore, E. C. Moore, E. E. Morris, C. C. Pilkinglon, E. Pofeef, J. E. Price, C. E. Purvis, C. L. Rice, . M. Ridgway, R. W. Rodreguez, R. Roughfon, C. Rowland, R. Sawyer, W. C. Schenck, A. W. Simmons, C. E. Smilh, L. R. Spell, D. M. Sfanbery, L. J. 'Slensell, W. J. Sfevenson, G. M. Swisher, G. Talbird, J. B. Thomas, J. E. Timmerman, C. R. Uplain, V. C. Upton, H. M. Wilson, P. Wrighf, G.'L. Zeigler, J. G. ' nd Most Active FALL JACK STANBERY President DONALD DAWSON Vice-President CHARLES TIMMERMAN Secretary EDWARD IVEY Treasurer WINTER DORN THOMAS President WILLIAM MEVERS Vice-President BUDDY HOOKER Secretary FRANKLIN PRICE Treasurer rganizations at Tec DORN THOMAS Women MEMBER NOT PICTURED Black, S. OFFICERS JACKIE EASTON . . . . . . President MARILYN HOLLAND . , ViCe-Pre3igZem IRENE DAVENPORT . . . . Secretary NIARTHA Moss . . , , Treasurer tudents, Association ponsors Arwood, M. Biue, R. Bonds, B. Carswell, L. Cass, B. Daniels, B. Davenporf, I. Davis, N. Deas, D. Easfon, J. Hamlin, L. Harden, M. 208 it l lt tt it J F T' 4 i J l l i i it il i i 'r t 1 4 it THE WOMEN STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION of the Georgia Institute ol' Technology was organized on campus in thc spring ol' l957. The membership con- sists ot' all undergraduate women students and asso- ciate members, consisting of graduate students. The purpose ol the organization is to promote the general welfare olf women students, to establish and maintain the Hnest standards of character and conduct, and to coordinate the activities of the women students. The major activity of the group is the orientation ol' new women students in the fall. This year, in cooperation. with the Tech YMCA, the association held the first Coed Freshman Camp. The group also sponsored a Homecoming display in front of the Womenls Resident Hall. Also included on the tall agenda was participation in the World Student Fund drive, in which over Hfty per cent ol the eoeds participated. Various social. functions were held throughout the year. The association was organized not only for the heneht of the Coeds but also as a service to the school. Co-ed Freshman amp in Fall uarter . May' R, M, Moss, M. Hill, E. H0llf'ndiv1M' Stephens, A. Stevenson, P. Nix E O'Kon ' ' , . . - W ks, S. L. Wilson, R. Terhune' V' Vidosicl D. Weldon, D. ee RELIGIO Akridge, M. Ammons, R. Aycock, J. Barfield, W. Baxley, J. Beall, B. Blake, A. Bonds, G. Bonds, T. Boyens, G. Braden, R. Brady, J. Bullard, J. Bush, A. Bush, G. Bustle, D. Carswell, L. Chambless, E. Childress, C. Christian, B. Cone, D. Cottrell, L. Crafton, J. Craver, L. Craver, R. Dowdey, F. Durreit, T. Espy, G. B. Fields, H. Fortune, B. Golden, E. Greenwood, T. Griffin, C. Gudger, F. Hendricks, L. Hollis, T. Holloway, B. l-Tooper, E. Howard, S. Hughes, L. Johnson, J. Joiner, C. Killebrew, J. Knight, R. Lee, T. The Tech B Provides pportunities MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Howard, B. Keller, G. Lynch, J. Orr, J. Riggs, M. Thompson, W. Turner, D. THE BAPTIST STUDENT UNION seeks to link Tech's Baptist students with Atlantafs Baptist churches in an effort to promote Sunday School attendance and an active Baptist Training Union in the local churches' organizations. On the campus the B.S.U. sponsors vespers, Bible discussion groups, intramural athletic teams, a choral group, a monthly newspaper, and other organized activities of interest to the Bap- tist studentg in addition to offering social, recrea- tional, and religious facilities at the Baptist Student Union Center. The B.S.U. furnishes workers for the local mission projects, visits at the Juvenile Detention Home, and sponsors Christmas parties for underprivileged chil- dren. Lillie H. Lucas B. Maddox, B. Marshall, P. Mason, B. McCollum, J. McDougal, T. Middlebrooks, C. Middlelon, S. Moncrief, M. Neve, R. Nessmilh, B. Nichols, L. Nix, E. Oden, S. Pallillo, B. Pefly, B. Pierson, R. Randall, T. Redd, B. Reeves, 6. Rollins, L. Shaw, C. Sheffield, R. Sikes, D. Smith, T. Thornberry, B. Todd, H. Tumblin, E. Tyler, L. Vanzandf, B. L. Wedaman, T. Wellham, A. Wesf, D. Whisnanf, D. Whisnanl, N. Wilson, C. Wise, W. Wood, F. Wrighl, J. For It Members in hri tian ork FREDDIE WOOD OFFICERS FRED WOOD , . . . President TOM B0ND5 , . Vice President GARY BONDS .... - SGCVGWU' CHARLES MIDDLEBROOKS . . Treasurer l 213 OFFICERS , DAVID B. HEIHBERT . . President TOMMAS H. COBB . . Vice President CAROLINE NIIKELI. . . Secretary JAMES F. WATTS . . Treasurer DAVE HERBERT anterbur Conducts Weelily Meetin S W 5 : T'-2 :::a4: :..::: K ,." .1 y., 1 , 35,111.7 4:74 42 1 1:::::::l m.qE::r 1555555 lllflrr' ...,, Adamson, J. Allen, A. T. Ashby, R. C. Avedikian, N. Barnhlll, C. C. Bayly, J. G. Bealfy, T. Bedell, J. C. Belser, T. Boggs, B. A. Bulloch, I. G. Burnham, K. Canfield, F. H. Carler, W. J. Cobb, T. H. Cook, F. L. Crowding, R. S. Crump, W. L. Denny, C. M. Dewhirsl', J. Dodd, D. G. Donaldson, J. O. Downing, B. D. Duckelf, K. E. Dunlap, K. F. Easlland, M. W. Ernsberger, G. Esslinger, R. J. Fletcher, C. A. Ford, J. T. 214 CANTERBURY IS ,A community of Tech students oil' the Episcopal Church clruwn together hy common neetls, looking lor at wary ol' life in the Christian Faith anll seureliing litll' answers lo the hnsic universal questions. Students from Tel-li uncl Agnes Scott meet ouch Snnlluy night nt the lfipismpzll College Center all All Saints Clnn'l'h, iwair the Ceorgiu Tech campus, lo join logellier lion' supper. worship nntl recreation. During the week stncly groups meet, and micl-week services ure held. ln All Saints Church, Tech men play at vital part in parish lite, thirty members ol' Caliterlaury have lieen licensecl as Lay Readers and they work with other menihers ol the parish in leafl- ing services in the parish zmll in missions in the Atlanta area. Barner, J. L. Barrier, R. C. Butcher, J. K. Carmichael, N. Congclon, P. L. Curtis, D. B. Fowlkes, S. H. Cignilliat, T. H. Gregory, C. P. Harris, H. C. Howden, F. D. Jelks, J. O. Johnson, H. A. Knight, F. MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Maury, J. R. Miller, W. H. Moss, J. H. Nichols, A. C. Osumi, E. T. Parkel, F. Price, R. H. Reeves, H. E. Runkle, R. Seay, E. Stevens, D. A. Transou, T. B. Williains, D. Woodall, D. B And tud Groups For Its Members Herbert, D. B. Huffsfetter, K. Hughes, R. R. Jackson, R. B. Foster. O. Fufniss. H. D- Giqnilliaf. J- H- 'Tan' T' E Hoilijrillesl-.R. Maddox, J. D. Mcconkev. A. J. Musee, K. c. Meyer. E. E. Leroy, W. W. Lewis, R. A. Lindauer, R. E. LrndsaY.R - ' Moss WI. R, Mullen, W. W. Olliphanf, W. B. Oxford, D. Peterson, R. A. Meyer, G. J. Millikan, R. J. Moore, T. A. Mlcrank Smifli, J. E. Smith, M. H. Smith, T. L. Snow, D. T. Sumrners, E. N. PTS' L' L' Player' F' A' Riiimsdsrin' D' A' iam.-hill e I. Thompson, J. F. Veal, M. a. wang, J. F. woods, H. wylle, J. H. Summers, J. C. Sydnor, A. M. Ta I ' ' ' ' i I l Acosfa, M. Adinolfi, J. Alvarez, E. Babin, G. Batfaglia, A. Caballero, R. O. Canepa, J. Casacuberia, F. Casforina, 'S. A. Chappell, R. L. Deeqan, W. Diaz, B. A. Doherty, D. Estrada, J. C. Fernandez, O. Gil, 'L. Gonzalez, J. Gonzalez, P. G-ranados, F. J. Grazzini, P. Hurst, J. Hurtado, G. Jacquette, W. J. Kauder, F. Kilcline, F. W. Black, M. H. EBreard, A. Brisbane, J. J. Brown, N. Cross, J. H. Crowe, C. E. Dean, D. Deals, P. M. Flautf, P. W. Franco, M. French, R. Gandis, A. A. Gutierrez, G. Harney, E. Harris, R. A. Herbst, D. Leiseaca, J. Lohrengel, G. J. Martelloito, P. Martinez, A. The Tech Newman Cluh is the Center MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Babyak, ,l. Bustamante, B. Gartner, W. B. Gonzalez, ,l. Grosch, H. A. Jackson, W. Maguire, P. Moskal, R. Novickas, E. W. Oduher, S. B.. O'Gracly, T. A. 216 AS A CLUB OF CATHOLIC culture and Catholic fellowship, the Georgia Tech Chapter of the National Newman Club Federation is now in its twenty-ninth year as an organization which fosters the spiritual, intellectual, and social interests of the Catholic stu- dents on campus. Center of the Club activities on campus is the New- man House. ln addition to weekly Tuesday night meetings, activities include Mass at the Y.lVl.C.A. on Sundays, Holy Days and First Friday Mass at the Newman House, Motheris Day Communion and Break- fast, corporate communions, spiritual retreats, lec- tures, discussion groups, parties, dances, picnics, din- ners, and outstanding participation in the intramural sports program. May, R. M. McClelland, J. McPhaiI, R. Mechoso, A. Mendiri, P. R. Miller, G. Muler, J. Oberlies, R. H. O'DonnelI, C. F. O'Kon, M. R. Passarelli, J. M. Peek, H. H. Pekkarinen, M. Ridley, F. Rifflemeyer, 6. A. Roffe, F. Roper, F. Rofhgaber, D. E. Schureck, E. Schwain, H. E. Serff, P. Seflin, H. A. Simmons, H. Skrmeffi, P. Smifh, W. Sfarrs, W. A. Swan, T. Terry, V. J. Theobald, P. Thielen, A. Thomas, D. Toups, L. Toups, R. Traywick, J. Varela, J. Vidosic, D. Villacoria, E. Weichf, T. Whitney, J. Zapico, L. of Religious Activit for Catholics PAUL THEOBALD T OFFICERS PAUL R. THEOBALD . . . '. President CHARLES F. O7DONNELL . VLC6-PFGSLCZBHL JOHN J. BRISBANE . . - SGCVCIUVY GUSTAVO GUTTIEREZ . . Treasurer OFFICERS CHARLES C. I-IERRMAN . . . President J. DONALD BROCK . Vice-President ROGER W. SUDBURY . . Secretary ROBERT C. Cox . . . Treasurer Tech Wesle Foundation is Sponsored WE SLEY FOUNDATION Akridge, E. Alrufz, J. Barnelf, B. J. Dorom, R. Bosher, J. L. Bransford, T. Broadfcol, L. M. Brock, D. Campbell, W. B. Clarke, H. Comer, B. Cook, J. Cox, B. E. Currey, J. H- Curfis, J. P. Davis, A. Dean, R. J. DeLaney, D. Dorman, L. Dyer, T. R. Edwards. R. F. Eisenhauer, W. C. Ellwanger, P. Engle, W. L. Ensley, N. Fulcher, J. Fulcher, S. B. Gan'l'l', J. R. Glenn, R. W. Glover, E. Gunn, N. Hall, M. S. Hammonds, J. H. Hardee, J. E. Harrell, B. Harrell, D. Harris, H. Harrison, E. T. Helms, L. Herrman, C. C. Hinckley, F. L. Ho, D. C. 218 THE WISSLEY l4'0UNDA'l'lON is the flVIethotiisl i MEMBERS NOT Church nt work on the college campus. As il part ol PICTURED the National lVielhot'list Student lViovement, it seeks . - ' Q . t- h K Q. Aired, J. H. Parchman, J. to prevule lm the hljtlllllill, nnnul, and SOC12ll needs B S P M R k R . K as 7. . . OO S, , of the students. It is thc ptlljpese el the Wesley Foun- DEVON. T. Saunders H D clntien to provitle at progrnln clesignecl to create greater Dobson, J. W. Spieks, P. E. personal relntionslmips with tlml uncl to continue to Dyer,F. 519001195 Qi. strengthen those ties with the t'ln1t'el1 mucle in youth Fonvillet A' J' Stewaftvw-A' which assure lull Christian tnulurity. Hagan' D' Summers' N' B' cs1Jonstn'ecl hw' live fltluntn Mc-'tlmtlist Churches the Johnson, J' Teague, W' T' N t - I D ' 1 . 7 I L Keyser, R. N. Tettenburn, H. T Wesley F0llllLlklllOll utters u pmgrunt ei VklI'1Ctl uetuvi- MCCQY, G, Thurmondn R. I-I. lies. These include intrnnntrnl sports, stuclent C0lll'6l'- McDowell, B. C. Warren, B. M. ences, cleputations to other mlleges, Wesley Singers. N1iUef, G- WUSOH- W- H- and Community Service pt'0jet'ls. Off, J-N Woodbery,J. P. Five Atlanta Methodist Churches . C. Knight, D. I , . 1 L. J ' C' E, Judd' D, Kelley, D. Kent, J. Hughes. D- R. Humphrey. W- HU"Ch"'5O"' B' H' Hulchmson' JMB' M Ivlaelgzllum, J. D. McGowan. W- MCGUUT. C- MCKe"1'e- J- MC"e"do"' J' R' Lewis, C. T. Locke, W. J. Lueders, B. Maroury, Rb . Nilsen J ,M. . Nelson' M. Norris' T- P. Parsons. G' SA Penn' L. W' Perry' T. Miller, R. B. Monroe, D. Morqan- J- Moms' C' C. Reed g l Robinson, L. Rozelle. J' A' Rulherlord' R' 5hHCkelf0"d. B- Shearouse, J. Piffmanl E, B, P,-essley' R, Pruitt, F. S. Zuckett, B. P . SHI-lngn. W M. Smart F. Sudbury' R, W. Svindland, A. Terhune, V. Thompson, J. Smnhl R. L. S . Ml V. Steves, L. tevenson, - ' ' J. pl W ll , H, Wells, J. White, G. N. Whitten, J. L. Thompson' J. R. Tlocedi J. Vineyard' p. Wainwright, R. Walden, C. W. Waters, e s 219 TED HART OFFICERS TED HART ........ . . President CHARLES HUMPHREYS . . . Vice Presidenz BOB STEVENS . . . . Secretary JOHN ELAM . . . . Treasurer tudent-Led Worship Services Are Now MEMBERS NOT PICTU RED Fisher, J. H. Welch, H. L. Amason, J. L. Biackard, E. C. Chambers, R. P. Cole F. B. Craig K. Donnigan, A. E. EI J G. H f T R HII E C 220 AT 72411 TECHVVOOD DRIVE is located the new Presbyterian Student Center, a place of relaxation, study, friendship, Christian outreach, and sympa- thetic understanding. Here the work ol' the Presby- terian Church on the campus, the Westminster Fellow- ship, is concentrated. The Center is primarily a place ol' religious activ- ity. Student-led services ol' worship are offered, and members may share their viewpoints during discus- sion periods. ln addition, however, social activities are frequently planned for the IllGll1l,lGl'S, enjoyment, and in the Center can he found a piano, radio, ping pong table, and reading matter. Through the Center new students can find a satis- factory church home and can meet with other Presby- terians who are active in the Greater Atlanta Presby- terian student work. The purpose of Westminster Fellowship is to unite its members in a close bond of fellowship, while at- tempting to place human character and religious hehavior on a higher level of existence. Conducted b Westminster Fellowship R' M. Lindsaiy, W. M. Milton, E. V. Humphreys. C. B. HumPhfeYS' J' H' iiligglrlion R. Stephens. H. G. Stevens. R- R- Pcrter, R. L. Sellers' R' R' Volkmer QV D- Wall, R. L. WaI'liCk. 5- J- Tabor, C. D. Underwood, J. L. Bell, J. R. Clifford, J. C. Harken, O. T. MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Collins, C. A. A Heisel, R. A. Jory, P. D. lVIaldarelli, L. Lippert, cs. D. Heisel, W. D. Morris, S. W. Porter, J. J. Rodgers, A. H. Toney, P. A. Pilkington, G. B. Walker, M. G. The Christian Science rganization FHM' TONEY THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE College Organization was established at Georgia Tech in May, l956. Its purpose is to: unite the Christian Scientists within the college in closer bonds of Christian fellowshipg afford to those so desiring an opportunity to learn and apply the truths of Christian Science, cooperate with other student groups in promoting inter-religious interest. Weekly testimony meetings are given with a lesson prepared by a member consisting of selections from the Bible and correlative passages from Science and Health, with Key to the Scriptures, by Mary Baker Eddy, the discoverer and founder of Christian Science. President is Phil Toney, Vice President, Phil loryg Secretary, Ralph Heiselg Treasurer, John Clifford. T W V 223 OFFICERS THOMAS M. HALL . .... . . Presiclent HAROLD T. BOWLING . . . . Vice-President WILLIAM J. VANLANDINOHAM . . Secretary TOM HALL The Y Cabinet is The Centrel Center icllft Fasl' acfion Jryleifies a volleyball game al' l'l1e YMCA freshman camp. Black, D. N. Bowllng, H. T. . . Dsd,J.L. D ,D.M. The wafer IS cold bul' 'Fellowship warm on 'rl1e camp swimming clock. Flinjgrngl 5. H. G':?,i:?T, B, 224 TI-IE YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION is not just another campus organization. It is a pri- mary center of fellowship, and its services are avail- able to any student of Ceorgia Tech. Every student, in fact, by virtue of a portion of his activity fee to the NYM, is a 'uprivilegen member. Many students choose to become active members by joining one of the groups commissioned by the Y.M.C.A. Board of Directors. The several groups represented in the YMCA pro- gram include Alpha Phalanx, World Student Fund, Camera Club, Executive Roundtable, Recreation Council, T-Book, Toastmasters Club, Triangle Club, Bar Bell Club, Sigma Phalanx, and the Religious Programs Committee. Dr. Harrison poses before a backdrop of admiring freshmen. For The Various Y. M. . . Activities . My ' .afZiagirgzhirxzjwfwypf - ' ,Q y Qaavww' ' ' t .wffidwh f V .WWC I V , , 44-HQ, - .H ,, d i-tc. Hall, T, H, Horn, L. J. HOW' ' , Lumen, A. B. Powell, H. B. jmnhg 'fl' M The "Y" camp disl1waSl1eI'S vsntandingham, w.J. White, w. s. Dum " ' ' ' 225 strike a happy pose Abercrombie, W. F. Anderson, J. R. Andrews, R. Bryan, F. S. Carter, K. Colquiti, L. Dubard, J. Eisenhauer, W. Field, 'S. Floyd, F. W. Freeman, J. Gann, J. Green, J. C. Harris, B. Howard, J. Howard, H. C. Hunter, E. Judd, C. F. Laird, D. Land, A. J. Leach, W. Leroy, W. W. Marchant, A. Mitchell, C. Nelson, P. Noel, W. P. O'Brien, P. K. Persons, O. Alpha Phalanx Continues to Provide Eyeing a pass, "Y" campers enjoy impromptu football game. FOR THE HUGE TASK of indoctrinating each en- tering freshman in the Ways of Tech life, the Alpha Phalanx Club deserves the greatest amount of credit, for, as always, the annual Freshman Camp was spon- sored and directed by Alpha Phalanx members. Lead- ing upperclassmen, faculty members, school officials, and outstanding citizens of Atlanta gave useful words of advice to the Hlowly rats." An integral part of the Y.lVl.C.A. program, Alpha Phalanx sponsored, in ad- dition to the Freshman Camp, several lectures and student entertainment projects. Alpha Phalanx is only one of the many Y.lVl.C.A. sponsored clubs Whose membership is open to any Tech student. The poor unfor'runa+es while away 'l'heir 'Hme in ioyous song. HALAN P x Q69 Of "SERVICE" Ramsbofiom, W. Rimer, D. Sfandard, J. W. Sudduih, J. Travis, F. Turner, R. Valenfine, C. VanLandingham, W. Wells, J. Wesf, D. Wesi, W. B. Whife, W. Freshman Camp and Spenser Lectures BILL VANLANDINGHAM OFFICERS BILL VANLANDINGHAM . - PfeSi03e1li JOHN HOWARD . . . Vice President CHARLES VALENTINE . - - SCCVCWU' BILL RAMSBOTTOM . - TTCGSWGV , ', . ' As, .M-:iff ' I , - ... . LY' V , ' - an -,., 5 -- , x . ,Wo 'Lf' , S r i, i t S of SIGMA PHALANX, active four quarters a year, " r sponsors social events such as hayrides and parties, , " , , S X exchanges deputations with other colleges in the South- i f r east, and sends members to conferences in Washing- ton, New York, and the Blue Ridge Mountains. V , ...mf me mx . . . D .1-f yr ' a This ear the or anization s onsored MO eration Y P f' fg ,:- "1- 1 to S, , S . 1 St, Leadershl 7' a worlcsho for cam us leaders estab- ' C A lished the Whitey Ford Cra-Y Club for boys between tt' Werke the ages of nine and twelve, and installed a wfravel K, 4 t Board" for the convenience of students seeking rides 2 , home. f Ofiicers include Hal Powell, President, Don Cehr- ,S.,Q Q 5, ing, Vice-President, Bob Beisner, Second Vice-Presi- ttri . it dent, Francis Dasher, Secretary, Hal Saunders, Treas- , .. urerg and .lim Curry, Chaplain. H 1 t lrnt S S S S S .11 i s'tr S X S i S to S S HAL Powett Sigma Phalanx Establishes Cray-Y Club Alford, K. Beisner, B. Braden, B. Burckhard, J. Carahaly, E. Carnes, H. Castle, H. Comer, J. Cottrell, L. Cox, B. Currey, J. Dasher, F. Davis, H. DeCarlo, D. Edwards, R. Gehring, D. Hamby, B. Harris, F. Harrison, J. Henderson, V. James, L. Kendrick, D. Knight, R. Lebkuecher, R. Mabry, P. Martin, M. Masters, D. 'PNALANX Maxwell, T. Q69 Naifon, J. Ormiston, G. "SERVICE" Powell, H. Rothgaber, D. Saunders, H. Vogel, T. Warllck, S. Wise, W. l l 228 Black, D. Brown, W. Comer, J. Cottrcfl, L. Falvey, H. Freeman, J. Green, S. Jedlicka, C. Kendrick, D. Moore, R. Radford, W. West, D. Rec Council ponsors Weelily Dances THE YMCA RECREATION COUNCIL is one of DONALD BLACK several groups comprising the MYU Cabinet. Though the organization participates in various activities, its primary function is to provide Tech students the chance to attend a dance or a hayride each Friday night. The Week hefore a dance is spent rounding up girls from Agnes Scott and the various nursing schools in the vicinity, advertising the dance, providing for the free refreshments, and engaging in other neces- sary duties. The members were repaid for the efforts, however, for student interest in the dances was high. President of the organization is Donald Blackg Hal Saunders is Vice President. LES HORN WSF members and helpers get ready 'for the big drive. World Student und Committee Promotes SERGIO BRACALE I'I'aIy HANS PAUL MUELLER Germany SITTING: Turner, Comer, Hardee, Horn, Howard, Gotsch, Schwartz, Walker, Abercrombie, Smy'I'I1e, Easton. STANDING: Mueller, Lewis, Commander, Crawford, Tennenbaum, Stacey. UNIQUE AS THE ONLY student organization of its kind throughout the country, the Georgia Tech Y.M.C.A.'s World Student Fund works to promote in- ternational understanding and good will. They achieve their purpose hy inviting students from leading col- leges and universities all over the world to study at Tech at the expense ol' the committee and to award scholarships to Tech students to attend foreign schools. This year the WISP' committee had guests from Ger- many, Italy, Switzerland, Norway, and Scotland and awarded scholarships to Clill Wilsiiii and Lou Wells to study at Zurich Institute of Technology in Switzer- land and Stutgart Institute of Technology in Germany. The money needed to grant all ol' these scholarships is given by Tech students and Iaculty memhers, and ' ' ' l 'izenS. mtelebtec CH S The coeds render valuable help. Internatiollal nderstandin and Good-Will Abercrombie. B. Howard. S. Easton, Turner. L ., Gotsch. B. Rainscur. A. , Walker, B. Stacey. B. qu .we 2, Smyfhe, J. Schwartz. C. - 94 ' V Hardee, J. l'lorn. L. 5 ., Eisenhower. B. Berlin. A. Smith. F. Hutchinson. J. ages' 2, ' - ' S - - N N31 hilllllllmhsnlau Tennenbaum. M. Comer, D. . ,--.- l . 1. gl . W Crawford, V. Lewis, C. iff.. 5 , jj? it Commander, C. Postman. B. V ti . Atchinson, Beckum, F. -'-: f- 41 . Howard, J, Persons, O. -:gm 1 S. Les Horn and David Pierie discuss 'rhe financial drive. :.. ARNO MUELLER ARNE HAALAND DAVID PIERIE ' S '+ I d Norway Sco'rland wi zer an 231 T THOMAS GURLEY THE T-BOOK is rapidly becoming a tradition on the Tech campus. Published each year by members of the Tech Y.M.C.A., it is given to all entering Tech Freshmen, transfer students, and faculty members. An invaluable aid to orientation of new students, the T -Book contains information about Tech organiza- tions, athletic schedules, the history of Georgia Tech, school yells, and the Freshman Code, in addition to various other items. The Editor of the T -Book is Thomas Gurleyg his secretary is Nona Davis. Staff advisor is Mrs. Clyde Lyon. Membership on the T-Book staff is open to all in- lerested students. e T Book rients Newcomers to Tec Black, D. N. Brown, W. H. Comer, J. L. Davis, N. E. Easton, M. J. Everitf, H. O. Falvey, H. T. Gurley, T. B. Moss M C. Saund H. D. Stephen A. E Waldon, J. D 232 i 3, I.-3 i, I " Quriing brealcsnin The regular schedule of.evenTs aT camp, freshmen engage in The undesirable Task of washing dishes became The sIngIng, shoo'l'Ing The breeze and becomIng beH'er acquain'I'ed before school lo'l' of several upperclassmen who volunfeered as begins. Freshman amp EARLY IN THE FALL, before upperclassnien had even begun to pack, three hundred eager freshmen descended on the campus with nervous anticipation to spend three days at freshman camp near Toccoa. They came from all over the U.S. and several foreign coun- tries to become acquainted with each other and the ways of a Tech man. A full program was provided by the student lead- ers, who gave up a few days of vacation for the chance to he counselors. Speakers provided information to aid in becoming situated in a new environment and many recreational facilities were available. The camp ended with a dinner and dance at Agnes Scott College with the freshmen girls of the nearby school. counselors. Dr. Roy O. McClain, pas+or of The Firs+ Bap+is+ Church in A'rlan+a, opened The camp program wiTh a 'Few words of advice To The freshmen. THE CAMPSITE, ADJACENT TO BEAUTIFUL LAKE LOUISE, OFFERED AN EXCELLENT CHANCE TO PARTICIPATE IN ENJOYABLE WATER SPORTS. .:I1s-.wr-v ,Hman -'ct 1' ,T f 4 qw uf 3 1 ,,. ,F A -I W, ,nw ' all 7 -mv, X A is I l r l l i THE ARMY R.O.T.C. REGIMENTAL STAFF IS COMPOSED OF BRISBANE, POWELL, CADET COLONEL BROWN, MCMASTER, DAVIS, AND MCGARRITY. The S+aFF of the Engineers BaHalion, wi+h Cadet Lieu'r. Colonel M. .l. Smith in command, passes in review on its homeward trek. REGIMENTAL STAFF Cadet Colonel J. E. Brown . . Regimental Cmclr. Cadet Lt. Colonel E. C. Davis . . Executive Ojjicer Cadet Major J. J. Brisbane . . Regimental S-1 Cadet Major A. L. lVlCG31'1'liy . . Regimental S-2 Cadet Lt. Colonel C. H. Powell . . Regimental S-3 Cadet Lt. Colonel D. C. lVIclVIaste1' . Regimental S-4 The Color Guard of the Army ROTC Regiment' passes in re- view before Cadet' Regimental Commander and his staff. V' ,- - r twm ., 1 iii L ..,., ...ma .. .,.. 3 .1:.iso,ssw..,m,4Awmmwymx sw CADET LT. COL. W. H. MGELVEEN Ar+iilery BaH'alion S CADET LT. COLONEL R. E. DIX ln'Fan+ry BaTTalion CADET LT. COLONEL K. H. MERRY Chemical Corps BaH'aIion CADET LT. COLONEL W. K. HALL Ordnance Ba+'I'alion CADET LT. COLONEL M. J. SMITH Engineer BaHaiion CADET LT. COLONEL D. T. KELLEY Signal Corps BaHalion Arm ROTC Trains Future fficers A SEGMENT OF THE FUTURE ARMY OFFICERS OF THE UNITED STATES, GEORGIA TECH ROTC UNIT PRESENTS ARMS IN PARADE FORMATION I ROTC Summer Camp, Fort Benning, Geo Smith, and Woody Travis join their company in the field for chow EIGHT WEEKS of the reserve officer trainee's va- cation, from June to August, is spent at summer camp, learning to perform the duties required of an officer in the United States Army. Instruction is concentrated primarily on applica- tions of theoretical material learned in the classroom: firing individual and crew-served Weapons, training and practice in leadership and command, and oper- ating complex equipment. The final week is spent on bivouac, Where duties are performed under simulated combat conditions. Georgia Techis AROTC unit upheld its reputation as one of the hest in the nation by receiving first place rating out of eighty schools represented at all three camps attended last summer: Fort Gordon, Fort Benning, and Fort Belvoir. CADETS CHARLES SIMPSON DANIEL PRUITT JAMES RICHARDS DN AND JOHN RINELL STUDY THE USE OF THE PRISMATIC COMPASS rgial Cadets Bill Porter, Bob M! W m3N' fAEN BENEATI-I GEORGIA PINES POSES THE GROUP OF GEORGIA TECH CADETS WHO ATTENDED ROTC SUMMER CAMP DURING SUMMER OF l957 Arm ummer amp ives Experience Tech men made Ihemselves feeI righi ai home during The official Cadeis Bill Rogers and Jay IvIcLendon handIe a Iengfh of recepiion given ai I'he Officers' Club for aII Army ROTC cade+s. barbed wire during one of 'rhe many class experimenis. I1 1 W' ', Having 'IiinaIIy found his name on Ihe Iis'r, Cad.e+ Benjamin Cook WW shows his M-I riIiIe record firing score +o a paheni' range officer- 239 The Navy Regimental Statt consists ot Midshipman Captain Cochran and behind him: Parker, Sims, Freeman, and White. ROTC Selects Potential ffieers ....a... JL- if The Navy First Battalion statt consists ot Patterson, Craw- The Navy Second Battalion statt consists ot S. G. Middleton, C. L. Strick- tord, Midshipman Commander Fleming, Grittin, Leclbetter. land, Midshipman Commander P. A. Vickers, E. S. Jones, D. D. Harvey. 240 MIDN. LT. R. C. TRAYLOR MIDN. LT. L. C. ASKEW MIDN. LT. A. J. COPELAND Commander Company A Commander Company B Commander Company C ii-.F F-il. T? I - N if-I. 2 'Y Midn Midn Midn Midn Midn. MIDN. LT. R. G. HILL Commander Company D REG-IMENTAL STAFF Captain J. M. Cochran CDR. A. N. Parker . LCDR..W. K. Sims . LCDR. W. B. Freeman Lt. S. W. White . . MIDN. LT. W. H. LESLIE Commander Company F MIDN. LT. C. F. SHAW Commander Company E SINCE 1926 THE Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps at Georgia Tech has been supplying the Navy with Ensigns and the Marine Corps with Second Lieu- tenants. The NROTC student takes four years of courses in Naval Scienceg during his final two years Regimental C mdr. Executive Ujjticer Operations Ojficer . Supply Opzicer . . Adjutant he specializes in one of three options: the Naval Line, Supply Corps, or Marine Corps. Many of the men in the NROTC unit are attending Georgia Tech on government scholarships, under which the Navy pays almost all of their expenses. Most of the participants are men selected among can- didates for NROTC by the Professor of Naval Science to fulfill the quota established by the Bureau of Naval Personnel for the particular year. 241 w . , 'D I f 3 . ww QQ? F 42 Q2 '4- ' , , I im K S I I mi W . . 'uf ' 'Wm . , . -1, I s , .... 1 t m gf -,C Wi! K pw I A 5 I ii.sa,,,.,W ,-M-ww,,ss t t X X I N ., M 6 5 fs g 'WWW K, X N QSKWQQQWX , Q 1 r Wwffvxxsfwgwp MSN-' N. Q ef N ew V 2 ,im MW X x X . , Sv .I I I to i DURING THE SUMMER CRUISES, DOES A SHIP GET ITS BEST CLEANING? HERE A LIFEBOAT, AN ESSENTIAL ITEM, RECEIVES ATTENTION. Surrounded by a measureless sea, one wiII +urn 'ro read- mg in an a'Hemp+ to icIen+ify himself with outside world. THE MIDSHIPMANS summer cruise gets under way after a painful ordeal consisting of shots, shots, and more shots. He is then ready to learn how the Navy men really live. Cruise Bravo and Cruise Charlie had Georgia Tech NROTC students along to help with the duties, to learn through participation in the varied training pro- grams, and to see the sights, as the cruises got under Way for South America and Canada. Much of the time was spent in training-gunnery operations, fly- ing, or just swabbing the deck-but when those lay- overs came, they really had a ball! The middies got a real look into Navy life with plenty of Work, lots of training, and a wonderful experience. A period of weII-earned free time is weII spent the floor may be a bit hard, but +he warm sun canceIs ou'I' any discomfort W..m.M...MMw.s..wwMsrm,sti.Nsmmswa if A 35 V P A is "W 'Vw g 1 . , r' Mindful of lhe menfal and spiri+ual welfare and clevelopmem' of rhe A miclshipman makes a long sighling rowarcl land, which men, rhe Navy conducfs chapel services in a quiel corner on deck. is s-ome+hing always good lo be seen afler a voyage. Seven Weelis At Sea Constitute Cruise As if in a 'lug-of-war, men pull 'lhemselves +o- ward anorher ship in preparing for a +ransfer. i if mfg! - l F' Q' X ANY SWABBIE KNOWS SCRUBBING IS NOTHING COMPARED TO "HOLY-STONINGI' q-.uw-vm-.il . . Q 4 ul 'wf' c-as f , The Air Force Wing sfaff is composed of, from lefi +o righ+: Wigron, Ma+os, Srone, Cadei' Colonel Grimes, Harrell, Wurz, and Harris WING STAFF V A ,W 5,4 Cadet Colonel C. H. Crimes . . W ing Commander Cadet Lt. Colonel R. S. Wigtoll . . Deputy Cmdr. Cadet Lt. Colonel P. W. Matos . Operations Officer .- Cadet Lt. Colonel D. R. Harrell, Maintenance 0-5667 Cadet Lt. Colonel J. T. Stone . . Personnel Oyjzicer Cadet Major R. V. Harris . . . Adjutant Cadet Major J. A. Wu1'z . . Air Inspector A+ every Air Force ROTC drill +he Wing is reviewed. A sraff of cader oFFicers ra'I'es 'l'he individual uniis of 'rhe Wing. Wi+h 'rhe guid-on hoisied as a visual signal, a cade'l' officer barks his command: in 'l'he background +he A. F. Band sounds off. CADET LT. COLONEL B. G. FUGITT Commander FIrs'I Air Base Group CADET LT. COL. C. N. MAYNARD Commander FIrs'r Fighrer Group CADET LT. COL. R. B. FLEMING Commander FirsI' Mainfenance and Supply Group FROTC Develops Future Pilots K fI,fgg1IJ3f I., 1 markrrf I 'x sb,Ii.g?Ax ,Va , ,LAY X'-:au , - 41 . , - -' ,FIX J, 1.5 . J..L,x,Q. .L I xx 5,g,,. A, Q 90 Q. f' ' ,V , ,M II Q53 'Fava 'rf RP 5 A 35 SQ PM 5.554 ' bww M- Y Y -, ...Sli fi' -ei' fi ,. Y' W it 'I X, " 5 '- I' -Q I La. , ,ef .a?"W.f1r+ S Wi ' I . 1 Y Uv .,wQs41,f. :4 ,u M 5 . . . V . I f. f .-2 , gf-uf.. ggwq. M ,f ' I 'gi ,, . ' -' - I : A a. I f S' . ., N feff ,, 3 ri' 45? 1 I 4 If , f Q ,Ijg,Qf!f g .q,giE,.,f 'Lf . Emi 4 C V, M341 'ff gif' XII:-V' :?i2f2.?V f7' 5f!" ' 5 'f:ff6. . g. fi im- 4 II 2' I ' ' ' ' ' ' ii ai' faii w- 5 THE AIR FORCE ROTC BAND APPROACHES TO PASS IN REVIEW BEFORE WING COMMANDER, CADET COLONEL GRIMES, AND SUBORDINATES. 245 With no great amount of poise, 'Future pilots assemble a raftg or are they distributing arrows for a hot game of cowboy and Indian. 4 l'l' must be a game of cowboy and Indian, all right: the future pilots are gleefully erecting the first of amphibious teepees. S align U ' ..,., W . ..i. Q it - T' if 2 ' '. f x . L fi . 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' s IN CONTRAST TO the Army and Navy summer 'ff-' K K T " K ' eff fsis if a i T . ro rams the Air Force sent their t1 ainees to six y t Jases f or the summer camp training that usually 1 fa, if f,'- " 3 1, N b 7 - - - ,f comes etween the Cadet s unior and senlor ears. P52 4 -Nia v,wwsZ3,4,Sri,.y.,, . rms-as '4 if f ' sf . A , :ii If in i'-f 1,f,.f1sw.ff iw, ' , . f 'I f f r r Y. "T 5 'L .,, ,.. . - s .f f y . is T , .V rom June to Au ust sevent -ei ht Geoi ia Tech Q , rr . The Jreepee, though a bil' leaky, is now completed. Seriously, this project was one of many involving possible wartime situations. cadets took their training at bases in Texas, New York, Alabama, Florida, and Vermont. Seven grad- uating cadets were commissioned Second Lieutenants upon completion of the summer training. The purpose of the summer training program was to familiarize the cadets with the type Work that they will do when they go on active duty. They lived on base and learned to make the best of existing facilities. Each cadet had a thorough physical examination at the beginning of summer camp to determine Wheth- er or not he is lit to Hy. Flight orientation, instrument instruction, Water sur- vival and simulated altitude tests made up a major part of their schedule, but various athletic activities were crowded into the busy, but interesting, schedule. fn 1 i MK CADETS LISTEN INTENTLY DURING AN IN-THE'FIELD LECTURE ON FIREARMS. A1-eclq Cade-I' 'Hqg wa-fer prigr +0 wafer survival 'leclmiques previously learned. Six Bases Provide AFROTC Trainin Two cadels well-illuslrale l'l'ma'l' Air Force ROTC Summer Camp is noi' all work and no playg sofrball was one of many recreaiive aclivilies. Under The cri'l'ical eye of a range officer Huis modern day cowboy learns +o use a fasl draw and good eye. COMPANY F-4 OF THE PERSHING RIFLES DRESSES RIGHT IN PREPARATION FOR A PRACTICE SESSION IN CLOSE-ORDER PRECISION DRILL. Carrying the colors for +I1e Pershing RifIes Company are Kelly, Cohn,-Black, Schnur-the Pershing Rifles Color Guard. I I ezmmwwmmsfwfwmwss mnswwwmwxwiswpswf'ww44ww.+-mmasmaiawzvzs wfsrfmy ,,w'w,:numa-wzwmfswlmasvwmwmfwf COMPANY F-41' OF THE Pershing Rifles is the Ceor- gia Tech chapter of a National Honor Military Fra- ternity, founded by General ,lohn J. Pershing, located in ROTC units throughout the universities of the na- tion. Since 1945 the Ceorgia Tech unit has risen to great heights as a crack drill team, and now represents the Army ROTC in many parades and drill compe- titionsg many thousands have witnessed the precision movements of this white-helmeted group during foot- ball halftime proceedings. Further, the Pershing Rifles offers extracurricular military instruction in the form of lectures, films, and drill to those interested in military subjects which fall beyond the range of scope offered in basic ROTC classes. Membership is open to regularly enrolled stu- dents in the basic course of ROTC upon completion of a pledge training period. Pershing Rifles Company passes In review before Regimen- 'Ial Commander, Cade+ Colonel .loe E. Brown, and an aide. OFFICERS VYAYNE PATTERSON . . . . Presidezzl RICHARD STRAUSS . . Vice Presiflenz DAVID THOMAS . . . Executive Umcer ROBERT MOORE . . Adminislralive Ojjicer ROBERT SWANK . .... Secretary WAYNE PATTERSON, Commander O O O Advanced Drlll B Pershlng R1f16S THE FIRST LIEUTENANT OF THE PERSHIN6 RIFLES RECEIVES HIS INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE DAY AS THE MODEL CADETS AWAIT AT ATTENTION My 4' 1: T I f E fa! W MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Abernathy, E. B. Albritton, D. L. Bergen, P. A. Bowen, D. Falson, G. D. Fudger, A. W. Gibbs, W. W. Gilmer, F. C. Kosinski, A. J. McCallum, B. G. JOSEPH BROWN Welch, H, L. cabbard And Blade, Tennenbaum, lVl. E. THE OBJECTIVES of The National Society of Scabbard and Blade, the ultimate military honorary represented at Tech, include: to raise the military standards in American colleges and universities, to unite a closer relationship between their military de- partments, to encourage and foster the essential quali- ties of eliicient officers, and to promote friendship among cadet officers. Organization otiicers include Captain, ,loe Brown, First Lieutenant, Richard Wigton, Second Lieutenant, Paul Vickers, First Sergeant, William lVIcElveen. Militar Honorar Belser, T. M. Brisbane, J. J. Brown, J. E. Cochran, J. M. Dix, R. E. Fee, G. B. Fleming, S. H. Griffin, S. M. Grimes, 6. H. Harrell, D. R. Hightower, W. H. Holbrook, C. D. Hughes, D. R. Johnson, R. J. JOHY. J- P. Jones, E. S. Mann, J. N. Matos, P. W. Maynard, C. N. V McEIveen, W. H. Mori, J. A. O'DonneIl, C. F. Pirkle, D. 'S. Powell, C. H. Sanders, W. H. Simpson, C. L. Sims, W. K. Slaughter, S. G. Smith, G. C. Travis, W. J. Underwood, J. L. Vernon, J. M. Vickers, P. A. Wigton, R. S. Wild6Sin, J- J- 250 -.qi . , .V . M-,.,'v-is-,.aac:, ' s M- - --HEJNX, 'tt THE NAVY DRILL TEAM UNDER COMMANDER, LT. L. R. CRAWFORD PERFORMS A QUEEN ANN'S SALUTE IN FRONT OF THE UNIT DURING DRILL avy Drill Team Performs At Halftiine PERFORMANCES AT TWO basketball games high- lighted the activities of this year's Navy Drill Team. Under the able command of Midshipman Captain Larry Crawford, the platoon, composed of 32 well trained and polished midshipmen, gave halftime shows at both the Kentucky and the LSU basketball games. Looking the Hspit and polishn that they were, the team presented a very impressive appearance in their White leggings, White scarf s, White gloves, white belts, white cap covers, and black uniforms. During the course of the year,Athe-team drilledvatschange of com- mand ceremonies, also: For thislsingle-eqventftheynhiii only practiced for many weeks, but also they re- hearsed at 7 o,clock on the cold Winter mornings pre- ceding the performance in order that it might be perfect. Truly, the standards set forth by this yearls Drill Team Will be a goal for future Navy Drill Teams. The drill 'team officers are: R. B. Gramlich, assistant commander L. R. Crawford, commanderp and W. J. Stewart, M. P. O 251 ROBERT JOE JOHNSON MEMBERS NOT PICTU RED Fleming, R. B. Greenbaum, G Harden, W. D I ones, J. B. Wills, J. M. ONE OF THE YOUNGEST of college military honor societies, the Arnold Air Society strives to improve student-faculty relations and inter-school ROTC rela- tions. Perhaps the most important objective is a broad program of public relations whereby the lay- man rnay better know and understand the Air Force and as a result, raise the standards of the Air Force. Membership is limited to those Advanced Students who have exhibited outstanding scholastic and leader- ship traits during their first two years. Oflicers include President, Joe Iohnsong Vice Presi- dent, Richard Wigtong Secretary, George Grimes, and Treasurer, Roger Fleming. rnold ir Society, AFROTC Honorar Brock, J. D. Buran, R. D. Jenkins, G. T. Johnson, R. J. Nichol, H. G. O'DonneIl, C. F. Simon, A. A. Smith, G. C. Clark, W. L. Goetz, R. C. Grimes, G. H. Harrell, D. R. Hunter, P. R. Lott, F. M. ' Lupo, E. D. Maynard, C. N. Mori, J. A. Murphy. C- 0- Perkins, WL F. Reed, J. D. Reed, S. J. Saylor, J. W. Seflin, H. A. Stokes, B. B. Stone, J. T. Tabor, C. D. Vernon, J. M. Wigton, R. S. 252 Avedikian, N. Beebe, N. R. Bryan, F. S. Grssmg, P. W. Lawler, B. E. iscom, . . owe, . . c all, G. . cGuiri-, C. . Lp b D B L C A L y J F M C H M W McKinley, H. L. McPhaiI, R. D. Relmers, F. Roffe, F. G. Weathers, G. T. abre ir Command Ends First Year AS A RESULT OF efforts of a number of interested Arnold Air Society members, the Georgia Tech Sabre Squadron came into existence during the Waning days of the Spring Quarter of 1957 as approximately the sixty-fifth unit to be incorporated into the National Sabre Air Command. The organization is an honorary, members are those cadets of the Basic AFROTC who display in- dividual scholastic and military achievements. Officers: President, Barry Lipscomb, Vice Presi- dent, Norman Beebeg Secretary, Pete Gissingg Treas- urer, Bob Lawler. 253 MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Carlsen, A. Dorsey, C. B. Elam, J. G. Greenlee, D. A. Haney, T. l. Harris, R. A. Hube, F. K. Jennings, P. E. Lundy, T. E. Mathews, J. B. Morton, E. D. Paul, D. Sellers, I. D. Taylor, D. F. Watson, G. G. BARRY LI PSCOMB 5 SPORTS Buck Andel- Man Behind The Scenes ON THESE TWO PAGES you see depicted scenes from various varsity sports at Georgia Tech. None of these pictures could have been taken, if it had not been for the untiring Work of the Yellow Jacket T rainer-Buck Andel. lt takes hours upon hours to put any varsity team on the field, diamond, or court. Hours of Work behind the scenes by lVlr. Andel and his staff of managers. Equipment must be kept in order, injuries must be cared for, and upon Mr. Andel's shoulders these re- sponsibilities fall. For his great contribution to Georgia Tech Ath- letics, the Sports Staff takes pride in dedicating this Sports Section of the 1958 Blue Print to Buck Andel. Athletic Association BOBBY DODD RAY GRAVES Athletic Director and Head Coach Assistant Head Coach TONTO COLEMAN Assistant Athletic Director ancl Coach HOWARD ECTOR NED WEST Business Manager Publicity Director 258 ,H CARL WISE JACK GRIFFIN WHITEY URBAN Assis'l'anI' Coach Assis+an+ Coach A55i5+an-l- Coach I I I 5 1 5 E 5 I I I 5 I I 5 LEW WOODRUFF BOB CUMMINS CHARLIE TATE DICK INMAN Assis+anI' Coach Assis+an+ Coach Assis+an'r Coach AssisI'anI' Coach I E SPEC LANDRUM JIM LUCK JOE PITTARD BUCK ANDEL Assis+an+ Coach AssisI'an'r Coach Assis+an+ Coach Trainer 259 FRONT ROW: W. C. Whitley, Bobby Dodcl, E. D. Harrison, J. W. Mason, SECOND ROW: J. O. Chiles, Bill White, Howard Ector, Tonto Coleman, W. L. Carmichael, Hal Reeves, Dr. Paul Weber, R. H. Tharp, R. B. Wilby, and Jamie Anthony. Athletic Association upcrviscs Athletics l l R - Q ,sf J X, NX """-- i Q., 4 N Q- COACH BOBBY DODD DR. EDWIN D. HARRISON 260 vu-waz 14km gwvbk .X V, 1 f my "MY . 'A' 4 . fin, , f . yn, . 5 y F:g32.g?: 1 , . ef f 4, f'Wf4fm15f.44 wdfgeaf H W ,, ' 'kwisw 4, ,- , ,wi Q 'W wtf , .,,nwnw4f'f1A,,Q,wf5f?' ,lg 12344 f N if X1 1 . ,, 1 7 :Q 'ff 5 :'- . , M.. f -, mx, .. X , ' . ,,.:,,f,.y:,.:3. MN qt, ,- , U, Xe, fi QA , My f fm 1 , C Nw f XZ, fl f M , 4 fe' . x X :Af ,I wwf W V ' 4 12 ' X 5 1 G' Q y f f 4, ,, ff f W J I wi 5, f Q f' iff XY G ,A f f ,sp .Vf A 1957 Captain - Don Stephenson AFTER STUDY AND PRACTICE, DON SPENDS ALL AVAILABLE TIME WITH HIS BEAUTIFUL WIFE, KAREN, AND THEIR FIVE MONTH OLD SON, KEITH. 262 FRED BRASELTON PITCHES OUT TO CAL JAMES AS BACKS PREPARE TO SWING WIDE BEHIND FINE LINE BLOCKING AGAINST TULANE. ackets Break Even In 1957 THE 1957 EDITION OF the Yellow Jackets compiled a 4-4-2 record, and failed to land a Major Bowl bid for the first time since 1951. It was a team depleted of experience due to graduation losses, but the young Jackets fought hard and gave a good account of themselves in each contest. Kentucky came into Grant Field on September 21st for the season's opener, and were thrashed 13-0. Tech scored late in the first quarter following a sustained 60-yard drive. Stan Flowers skirted end for the final 7 yards and the first TD of the year. Cal James added the PAT. The final score came on a pass from Fred Braselton to Jerry Nabors early in the third quarter. Southern Methodist University and rain were the opponents of the Jackets the following weekend. Al- though completely dominating the statistics, the J ack- ets were unable to push a score across and the con- test ended 0-0. Tech then ran into an inspired LSU Tiger in Baton Rouge and suffered their Hrst loss of the campaign 20-13. Fred Braselton sneaked over from the 1-yard line for Techas first score, capping a 68-yard drive late in the second quarter. Early in the fourth period the Jackets again drove 73-yards for their final tally, Fred Braselton passing to Jerome Green for the last 5 yards and the score. The highly regarded, and later Number 1, Auburn Tigers furnished the next opposition for Tech. The Tigers were unable to penetrate the impregnable Tech defense, but Billy Atkins booted a 14-yard field goal early in the second quarter and the Jackets suffered a heart-breaking 3-0 loss. A brilliant 91-yard second half kickoff return by Lester Simmerville sparked the Jackets to a 20-13 victory over the Tulane Green Wave. Gal James and Jim Benson accounted for the other Tech scoring. The Homecoming encounter with Duke brought forth the greatest showing of the Jackets of the year. The Doddmen completely dominated the play, and walked off with a 13-0 victory. ln the second period Tech started a drive from its own 41. Jim Benson's running combined with Braselton to Anderson passes carried to the Duke 1-yard stripe where Benson crashed over for the first Jacket score. A Braselton to Simmerville pass following the second half kickoff accounted for Techfs final score. fl or J l LARRY FONTS TAZ ANDERSON JIM BENSON Back Back Back FLOYD FAUCETTE Back Tennessee proved a rough and ready foe next for the J ackets, and trounced them 21-6. Tech was unable to score until the final seconds, Paul Vickers taking a STAN FLOWERS pass for the only TD. Back Urban Henry kicked a fourth quarter 27-yard held goal to eke out a victory over stubborn Alabama 10-7. Bama led 7-0 at the end of three periods, but Tech rallied for 10 in the final stanza. Rain once again came to Grant Field, and the de- fense-minded Jackets held Florida to 0-0 tie, although coming out on the short end of the statistics. JQE DELANEY The law of averages finally caught up with the Back Yellow Jackets on November 30th. Georgia broke a long Ndroughtn and defeated the Jackets 7-0. Full- back Theron Sapp accounted for the games only score late in the third quarter. LESTER SIMMERVILLE Back CAL JAMES JAMES BRANTLEY FRED BRASELTON Back Back Back T F I Lfzflfwf f LMA, SQL., ,csv-L ,. J-RA' .W 1 ' vp R 9 ALERT DEFENSIVE PLAY BY STAN FLOWERS BREAKS UP A PASS. FLOYD FAUCETTE ROLLS OUT AND PREPARES TO PASS OR RUN. DAN THEODOCIAN JOHN NEAL REED FOSTER WATKINS LEON ASKEW Guard Guard Guard Guard BRASELTON PREPARES TO PASS ON RAIN-SOAKED FIELD AGAINST FLORIDA. INSPIRED PLAY BY THE JACKETS RENDERED THEM A O-O TIE. BIG JIM BENSON ILEGS UPI SCORES THE FIRST TOUCHDOWN AGAINST DUKE. JACKETS ROSE TO THEIR GREATEST HEIGHTS IN DUKE GAME SM L WWW LN 266 f - - . ff , r 'T 1, - Vw, ,- ,F 1 X x . . ,. W . U--5:pA5N qw ' , my V E 5 4 3 ,fn- New GREEN GOES UP TO SNAG A PASS. JUBILANT JACKETS CARRY A SMILING COACH DODD FROM FIELD AFTER THE DUKE GAME. TED SMITH JACK RUDOLPH JERRY NABORS JEROME GREEN End End End End E uf, - W f r J' u ':': 1,- "fi f'?"k"'iUf T fi I I' izivszslifs .P I 4, ' W, , ' 3' W XJ' II X 5 v X 5' , . if I ' Af? 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THIRD ROW: Jimmy O'Kon, Eddie Elward, Mar cus Smith, Lee Strain, Dain Logue, Allen Key, Ed Crawford. FOURTH ROW: Paul Avant, Mead Stallings, Jimmy Shuman, Dan Howington, Bo Gentry, Bll Chaplin, Merlin Lewis. FIFTH ROW: Fred Trainer, Jimmy Rose, Lamar Carter, Pere Curren, Vic Vickers, Jimmy Cool: and Owen Schweers. 1-Team Prepares arsity For Foes THE GEORGIA TECH B-Team, directed hy Coaches Dick Inman, Bob Cummins, and J im Luck, better known around the Hats as the called Dogsf' had no regularly scheduled games this season. As a result of this they spent many hours studying the plays of the teams which were to oppose the varsity. Once the plays were learned, the B-Teamers then proceeded to play the part of Tech's coming opponents against the varsity defenses. These daily practice sessions form a major part of the game preparation in the Georgia Tech coaching program. The thoroughness With which these men did their jobs is evident in the Varsity's outstanding record through the years. This year the 'clied Dog" team was marked hy the 274 enthusiasm and high spirit with which they carried out their assignments. Many of these men who were red-shirted this year have an excellent chance to play some varsity hall next year or in the years to come. Prominent among these men are Fred Murphy, Wiley Geren, Emmette Wilson, Jimmy Rose and Jimmy Schuman, who all did an outstanding job in the Annual T-Day Game. It can readily he said that the quality of the B-Team makes or breaks the varsity. So hased on the past per- formance of the players, and the outstanding quality of the coaching, We here at Tech find it hard to he- lieve that there could he any higher quality of B-Team program anywhere in the country. THE BABY JACKETS had their first test of the sea- son against South Carolina and they met this test with all the spirit of a really great team. This spirit was not wasted for Tech emerged with a 19-0 victory. Reggie Logan reached pay dirt twice on the ground and a Snooks Saye to Chick Granning pass accounted for the final score. Tech had even more success against their next op- ponent, which was Clemson. Ben Smith, Reggie Logan, and Charlie Rose each scored once. A Marvin Tihhets pass to Gerald Burch, plus a safety rendered Tech a 30-O victory. ln the season's finale against Georgia at Rose Bowl Field, the Dogs took an early lead of 7 which stood until Frank Nix scored in the third period to knot the count. Georgia counted again in the Hnal period to send the Jackets down 13-7. Tech counted in the hnal seconds on a pass from Tihhets to Vic Laxon, hut Tech was guilty of an infraction on the play and the Dogs prevailed. All during the season the line play of the baby Jackets was outstanding. Led by tackles Billy Shaw and Ed Nutting, assisted by end Gerald Burch and guard George Swanson, the forward wall opened up huge holes for the backs and rendered misery to the opponents. CO-CAPTAINS MARVIN TIBBETS AND BILLY SHAW HIT THE BOOKS. Freshman Team Compiles 2-1 Season THE l957 YELLOW JACKET FRESHMAN SQUAD. V L--:mc Vvrrri Zh- xxxnjr Uvznmw,-QNMMWWVVY?W,,,,,Y,Wmu, ,,,.,,,,,,. ,mm . ..,. -E ....,...,...... . ...... -..W .-77-V W - - LONG HOURS OF PRACTICE SESSIONS ARE NEEDED TO PUT ON THE SHOW WHICH FANS VIEW ON GRANT FIELD ON SATURDAY AFTERNOONS. PAULA STEPHENSON, CO-ED MAJORETTE, LEADS THE BAND. C eerleaders Aid In School Spirit THE CHEERLEADERS AS THEY ARE SEEN BY THE STUDENTS. 276 Harriers Finish Fourth In SEC THE CROSS COUNTRY squad of Georgia Tech, under Coach Dean George Griflin, had a difhcult time during the regular season as Alabama was the only Southeastern Conference opponent they were able to defeat in a meet. Auburn, Florida, Georgia, Tennessee, Troy State, and Bryan University administered defeats to the hap- less harriers during the regular season, but the South- eastern Conference meet, which determines team standings was a different story. Led by Cole Bryan and Jim Bergert, the Jackets avenged their seasonis defeats, and turned on their tormentors from Florida, Georgia and Tennessee. Tech finished fourth behind Mississippi, Kentucky and Auburn, to end the season on a successful note. GEORGE C. GRIFFIN Head Coach KNEELING: Ray Bales, Steve McTeague, Cole Bryan, Jim Bergerl and Bill Hollingsworth. STANDING: Coach George Griffin, Jerry Adams, Jack London, Bill Fortune, Jerry Wilson, Jim Vanlzleek, Bill Whipple, ancl Manager Loring Pitts. k ,,,,, W , BUD BLEMKER STEALS BALL FROM MISS STATE IN COLISEUM. TECH ENDED STATE'S II-GAME WINNING STREAK IN FIRST HOME GAME OF l958. Yellow ,Jackets Tie For Fourth In SEC i THIS YEAR'S GEORGIA TECH basketball team ended the season with a 15-ll overall record and an 8-6 SEC record. The 8-6 record was good enough for a tie for fourth place in a very Well balanced SEC conference race. At the end of the season Bud Blem- ker, who broke several school records, and Terry Randall were named to a number of honor teams. Dave Denton, a sophomore sensation, was voted one of the best Sophomores in the SEC. The Yellow Jackets opened the season with David- son College in the Alexander Memorial Coliseum. Tech combined a sharp offense with a strong defense to beat Davidson 74-52. Alabama's Crimson Tide was next to visit HBig Alexn but the Jackets tripped the Tide in fairly easy fashion, 73-62. Tech departed Dec. 6 for Columbia, S. C., for the Jackets' first road game of the year. South Carolina edged Tech 70-64 for the first loss of the season. When the Jackets re- turned, the Red Raiders from Texas Tech, greeted the Techsters with a 67-64 loss. Two days later Baylor, of the S.W. Conference, moved into the uDome" for a thriller which was Won on a last second shot by JOHN --WHACKH HYDER small but mighty Terry Randall, 6l-59. The Georgia Head Coach Bulldogs came into the city and played the Jackets 278 FRANK INMAN DAVE DENTON Cenfer Forward BYRON GILBREATH Assis+an'l' Coach rf BUD BLEMKER Guard TERRY RANDALL Guard JIM JOHNSON Forward JIM RILEY Cenfer JERRY MEYER Guard their best game of the young season, beating Tech, 69-68, in an overtime thriller. ln the last game be- fore the Jackets Were to travel to Detroit, Michigan, for the Motor City Tournament, V. P. 1. caught Tech on a cold night and stunned Coach Hyderis charges 70-59. During the Christmas Holidays, the Techmen worked hard in preparation for the Motor City Tourn- ament. 44Whack" Hyder granted his Nboysw a three- day rest at home, with orders to be ready to ugon when they hit Detroit. The Jackets, well fed and well rested, came through, in the role of underdog, to topple Marquette, 67-58, the first night, and spurred on by an encouraging Wire from Bobby Dodd, de- feated Detroit, 70-66, to bring home a beautiful trophy for first place. The dribblers of Georgia Tech returned from Detroit in high spirits, much to the dismay of Furman, who was defeated easily, 74-64, in the Jackets' first home game after Christmas. The Techmen opened the SEC schedule in Lexing- ton, Ky., by losing a hard fought battle With uBaron77 Ruppis N.C.A.A. champions, 76-60. One week later the Jackets entertained Mississippi State, number live in the nation at the time, with an 11-0 mark. Led by Dave Denton's 15 rebounds, the combination of Ran- dall and Blemker's 50 total points, and Jim J ohnson's superb defense on the All-American Bailey Howell, the Techsters mauled the Maroons, 78-61. Two days later the Jackets defeated the Rebels of Mississippi, 76-67. Vanderbilt's Commodores were the next to enter the "Dome.7' The Jackets beat Vandy by 21 SONNY STEVENS Freshman Coach GUARD BUD BLEMKER FIRES HIS FAMED "FADE-AWAY" SHOT. 280 points, 81-60, the worst the Commodores had been beaten in many years. This was the hrst win over Vandy in eight years for the Jackets and only the second in 13 years. The ullogsl' from Georgia once again entered the "Dome,,' but the Techmen were on the high road and downed Georgia 72-59. Techis perennial foe, Auburn, faced the Jackets for the hrst time in the 57-58 season and downed the Techsters 80-72. The ever powerful Tennessee Volunteers journ- eyed to Atlanta for a big battle, but were sent home by a scrappy Tech team, carrying with them a 82-79 loss. Kentucky, who was on top of the SEC at the time with a 5-0 record, challenged Tech to take a shot at first place, and the Techsters did. After an evenly fought first half, the Jackets started to pull away in the second half. A crowd of about 7,600 people hol- lered, jumped, and watched as 'awhackl' Hydeifs boys humiliated Kentucky 71-52. During that joyous night a few hundred students had a small conference with President Harrison and together they declared a holi- day. It should be mentioned here that this was the best team effort of the year and coupled with Denton's 22 rebounds, Randalfs 26 points, and ll-lemkeris 21 points, it was, also, the best game of the year. After a great home stand the dribblers took to the road. The first stop was Alabama. The Tide caught Tech on a cold night and got a good start. Witliout this good start they wouldn't have stood a chance, but the Tide finally subdued Tech in a double overtime thriller, 72-74. The following Monday was a real Blue Monday for the Techmen. Auburn lowered the boom on Tech's title hopes by handing the Jackets a 99-78 loss. Tech returned for a final homestand against the 2 Louisiana teams, Tulane was first, and the Jackets thrashed them soundly, 69-53. LSU came two days later, and the Techmen bombed the Bengals 88-61 for the largest point spread of the year. Coach ccWhack7, Hyder carried his uboysw to Knox- ville for a big game against the Tennessee Volunteers. The Volunteers got hot the last half and knocked off the Techmen 82-65. A journey to the forsaken Wood- ruff Hall in Athens proved fatal for the Jackets. The Bulldogs nipped the Techsters 62-59. A trip to sunny Florida helped the Jackets defeat the Florida Gators in a thrilling overtime, 62-59. The Jackets, with had luck on the road, traveled to Nashville for the last game of the season with Vandy Commodores. After a hard fought, courageous battle by the Techmen, Vandy clipped the Jackets 60-59. GUARD TERRY RANDALL CONNECTS ON HIS FEARED JUMP SHOT. 281 1 fa' 1 4474359 4 s:5,,g:gi Q S1 w x ,5 xr Q - . . ,xl A QW t p:E,?g,. - - Lx- -3.:' ix 'li - X' ' 9 wfz' xx X X M 'Q Nf w A 4 Mwsyy Q - A .5 X 31 Q, ' x .., xx wx X X Ely yx 1 N -L: X-B 'N Q2 X 'Em X X Q 9? x x 0 A -if X arf 'fi ,fly x M N . . N? K , It -uf. , ,N ,t w K xxx N w X X 9 X 1 X NX 4 Q N X C N XR 2 .Ax J X Q, X x X x X x X X Q xx Q X XKX X XA . Q Y , X E , K X. N? W i 5 3 A ' s QRTUL' ,Q ,Agvwmvwwwfff , 1 2- 'Q , 'g 2, 1. X 7, .43 Q DUKE DENTON GOT HIS BIG CHANCE AGAINST MISS STATE AND RESPONDED WITH MAGNIFICENT PERFORMANCE. HE SCORES A FREE TOSS. THE DENTON TWO-HAND JUMP SHOT. DUKE LED THE TEAM IN REBOUNDING AND AMAZED THE CROWD WITH HIS BALL-HANDLING. I i 1 I M I WL ' ,C ,aiiw MSW- A , J" 41' ff, .w I new My' , ,Aww I 4 W G mnasts Place econd ln SIGL THE GEORGIA TECH Gym Team placed second in the Southern lntercollegiate Gym League Meet af ter breaking even in six matches during the season. Flor- ida State, which finished first in the SIG-L dealt the Tech team two of its losses, the third coming at the hands of Pittsburgh. The Yellow Jackets took two matches from Pensa- cola Naval Air Station, and one from Mississippi Southern to finish with an even .500 record. Captain Bo Stokes was the most versatile man on the squad and also the top point man as he performed on the side horse, high bars, parallel bars, and ropes. Free exercise and tumbling were Howie Mooreis forte, and he Hnished as the number two man. Danny Morris on the high bar, Jim Duhig o11 the parallel bars, Mike Smith on the rings, Bill Rueland on the ropes, Tom Gibson doing free exercise, Dean Stonier on the trampoline, and Hal Pope on the side horse rounded out Coach Lyle Welse1'7s squad of lettermen. CROWD IS TENSE AS GYMNAST PERFORMS HIGH IN THE AIR. TECH'S RELAY TEAM TAKES OFF AFTER TAG. GEORGIA TECH SWIMMERS WERE DANGEROUS ALL YEAR IN THE VARIOUS RELAYS IN MEETS Swimmers Finish Third In SEC ALTHOUGH PLAGUED by one of their worst regu- lar seasons in history, the Georgia Tech Swimmers rallied to take third place in the Conference in the Swim Meet. Coach Lanoue's team suffered defeats by Citadel, Sewanee, Florida, Florida State, Duke and Georgia, while copping meets from Kentucky, Emory and Van- derbilt during the regular season. In the SEC Swim Meet which determines the team 288 conference standing, the Yellow Jackets finished third behind Florida and Georgia. Co-Captains Charley Wiggins and Bob Dudley were the most consistent point getters. Wiggins competed in sprints while Dudley took the distance events. Backing up the able captains were Bobby Langley in the butterfly and breast strokes, and Dave Williams, the team diver. 9? sf' . 7 f y , 1 . v..,,, Q f 6 , IE T I T? ' ' , , E I A155222 A . . E fu , L,,.------ , B, Ei Q 1 1 H ' ---"" ,, U. B B 'af as "ng"sau"v.1a' I nw. ,1 .LJ . ,-W, E, R. ... E 1 N.'ff , FRED LANQUE A TECH D1vER HITS THE WATER EROM THE HIGH BOARD. Head Coach TECH SWIMMERS CHEER THEIR TEAM-MATES ON FROM THE SIDELINES, AS THEY TRY TO BUILD UP POINTS IN THE DASH EVENTS. T-u,'I 3 Q 5 FRONT ROW: Dick Goolrin, Toppy Van-n, Johnny Menger, Coach Joe Pittard, Ted Thomas, Lane Akers and Vince Terry. SECOND ROW: Bobby Dover, Gray Potter, Bob Stanley, Terry Randall, Bubba Brisbane, Jim Nelson and Robbie Neeley. THIRD ROW: Manager Bernie Prager, Danny McGregor, Earl Moore, Bob Patton, Jack Jordan, Jimmy Towery and Bud Blemker. acliets Cop C Championship FOR THE PAST THREE YEARS the Yellow Jackets have been endowed with some of the most potent hit- ters in the SEC, and one of the surest fielding infields in collegiate ranks, but the Conference title had eluded them because a front-line pitcher was not available. In 1957, this missing ingredient came to Coach Pittard in the form of Buddy Blemker-a calm, steel- nerved, pokerfaced southpaw from Indiana. Blemker copped six victories during the regular season, four via the shutout route, and then took two from the Crimson Tide in the SEC playoffs to give Tech the Conference Crown. Johnny Menger, Lane Akers and Crey Potter once again came through with sterling performances in the infield, and more than carried their load at the plate. Menger led the team in hitting with a .398 average, and Akers hit .345, including 6 home-runs and 26 RBIS. 290 Bobby Dover, Dick Cookin, and Earl Moore pa- troled the outer garden with deft effectiveness. Moore and Dover hit .340 and .330 respectively, with Earl leading the team in RBls with 30. Gookin's .178 bat- ting average was not impressive on paper, but many of his hits were of the Hclutchi' variety. Toppy Vann and Ted Thomas combined to give Tech the best back-stopping duo in the Conference, as they handled pitchers well all season and in addition Ted hit .306. Bob Patton had his best season on the hill, only hard luck kept his record down to 4-2. .T im Nelson fin- ished fast with a pair of sterling relief performances. Tech got off to its best Florida swing in years, re- turning to Atlanta with five victories and a tie in seven games, and 3-0 in conference competition. The lone loss came at the hands of Rollins, 5-3. Victories were two over Stetson and three over the Florida Gators. The tie Was with Ohio State. l i After splitting a pair with Wake Forrest, the Jack- ets swept three from Kentucky, Patton annexing two of the victories. Georgia managed to salvage the sec- ond game of a two-game series after Blemker had set them down with 5 hits, 10-0. The Jackets traveled to Knoxville, and set the Vol- unteers down three straight, in a warm-up for their show-down series with Auburn. In order to remain atop the Eastern Division, Tech had to take two of three from Auburn, and a team has never came through in such dramatic fashion. The Jackets Helding was off in the opener, as Blemker was tagged with an unearned run, but emerged vic- torious 2-l. ln the second game hard-luck Bob Patton pitched o11e of the finest games ol' his career, but two unearned runs cost him the game 3-2. For the lirst 8l,fQ innings of the show-down game, aside from Lane Akers and Gray Potter the Jackets looked little like Champions. But one of the true tests of a Champ is the ability to come from behind. In the bottom of the ninth, Tech grabbed oft' four runs JOE PITTARD Head Coach CO-CAPTAINS ELECT TED THOMAS AND BUDDY BLEMKER ADMIRE WATCHES RECEIVED FOR SEC CHAMPIONSHIP WITH COACH JOE PITTARD. mms A a1namA wmwwwm1wmwMw-H- -m'W"' L-'-"' BUDDY BLEMKER JIM NELSON Pi-fcher PH'Ci'1el' CAPTAIN AND SHORTSTOP AKERS WAITS IN ON-DECK CIRCLE. BOB PATTON DANNY Iv1cGREGOR Pitcher Pitcher TED THOMAS, CATCI-IER, CUTS OFF A RUNNER AT THE PLATE. on one hit, an infield single by Cookin, and literally stole the Division Title from Auburn, 8-7. Blemker, of course, got the starting call in thel opener of the SEC Playoffs against Alabama. It was a rocky day for the Cowboy, but he finally emerged y victorious, 5-4. Alabama copped the second game, int the rain and mud, ll-10. Blemker returned with only two days rest to face the Tide in the finale. The sharp I Blemker of old was on the hill that day, as be set the Tide down with seven hits, 10-l to wrap up the Southeastern Conference Crown. COACH JOE AND CATCHER THOMAS HOLD A CONFERENCE ON THE HILL WITH BUDDY BLEMKER EARL MOORE IOuI"FieIder DICK GOOKIN Ouffie-Ider BOBBY DOVER OuI'fieIder TED THOMAS CaI'cI1er TOPPY VANN Ca+cI1er Il I i , z I E II VINCE TERRY STRETCHES TO RECEIVE JOHNNY MENGvER'S TOSS TO RETIRE BOB LEDFORD IN SEC CHAMPIONSHIP PLAYOFF AT ROSE BOWL. THOMAS BEATS AUBURN'S JACK CROUCH BACK TO THIRD. MENGER TAKES THROW FROM OUTFIELD IN CLEMSON GAME. JACK JORDAN JIM TOWERY PiIcI1er Pifcher BOB STANLEY BERNIE PRAGER OuHieIcIer Manager ly I.. 5 I 1 I Q14 ' . ,M ' ,.,,. 1 we -. ng I. A 41:6 -Eff 'fisi-7f' Im? F7-liil A ,-5'-551 1 I ,Q A . 479' gg: ivligfi ' ""'- '- "4" "-' SEASONS RECORD . - . . . . - . . . - . . Stetson . . . Stetson . . Ohio State . . Rollins . . Florida . . Florida . . Florida . . Wake Forest . Walce Forest . . Kentucky . . Kentucky . . Kentucky . . Georgia . . Georgia . . Tennessee . . Tennessee . . Tennessee . . Auburn . . Auburn . Auburn . . Georgia . . Georgia . . Clemson . . Clemson . SEC-PLAYOF F . Alabama . . Alabama . . . Alabama . . Opponent 2 . 3 . 5 . 5 . 1 . 1 . 2 . 4 . 8 . 5 . 4 . 7 . O . 4 . 0 . 2 . 7 . 1 . 3 . 7 . 0 . 8 . 5 . 7 . . KL . . .11 . . . 1 END OF THE ROAD FOR SHELLED TECH PITCHER JACK JORDAN. JOHNNY MENGER Third Base VINCE TERRY Firsf Base ROBBIE NEELEY LANE AKERS GRAY POTTER lnflelder Sborfsfop Second Base Honors LANE AKERS All-SEC BUD BLEMKER All-SEC EARL MOORE All-SEC TED THOMAS All-SEC 296 JOHNNY MENGER All-SEC JOE PITTARD Coach of 'Phe Year Netmen Compile 13 - - Record THE 1957 EDITION of the Yellow Jacket Netmen, turned in a creditable season, copping 13 out of 21 season's matches, then finished second to powerful Tulane in the Southeastern Conference Tennis Tour- nament. Lee Jones and Bob Nichols were again the Tech aces in the singles division, and combined to take first place in the Conference in doubles competition. Buddy Parker, Mike Mehaffey, Sam Fleming and Paul Metz rounded out the squad. ln the Freshman competition, Ned Neeley and Harry Thompson took all comers to finish as the num- ber one and two ranked Freshmen in the Conference respectively. Losing only Lee Jones off this squad, Coach Bortell is looking to next year with anticipation and optimism. E. E. BORTELL Head Coach i N Q NED NEELEY, NUMBER I FRESHMAN, RETURNS AN OVERHAND. HARRY THOMPSON, 2ND RANKED FRESHMAN, PREPARES TO LOB. 1. 4 4 i i 1 i r i 1 1 4 i . N 1 4 . i 297 l NORRIS DEAN Head Coach MARTIN TORRENCE FRED BERMAN Dashes Field Events JACK KEENE TIM SINGLETON Field Events Hurdles - -W ...aryl-Yugi-Wx'--1 Wm, Tech Ranks High ln Field Events PACED BY BIG Fred Berman, who broke all existing records in the shot-put, and also copped the discus throw in all meets, the Georgia Tech Yellow Jacket Track Team compiled a successful season. Barry Sugarman was one of the most versatile per- formers in the conference. He competed in the high- jump, hroad-jump, pole vault, and hurdles, and picked up valuable points in each meet. Jack Keene took time out from his record-setting Gym Team activities to throw the javelin for Coach Deanis Held men. Former Druid Hills ace Tim Singleton, led the Tech hurdlers, while Cole Bryan competed in all of the distance running events. Past lVlost-Valuable-Player, and one of the top sprintmen in the conference, Martin Torrence once again gave Tech top representation in the dashes. The Freshman team was paced hy one of the most promising and versatile performers the Southeastern Conference has ever seen, James Brantley. Brantley will figure prominently in Coach Dean's plans for next year. BARRY SUGARMAN BOB ALLISON Field Events Field Events 1 .W .-I.. , 9.-Kv..V.., -MN, .. .,-.,,,-fm 1 .41-.1-ff, ,,.,,, A4 f-, , 7.7, fm., lb I ' 5 I' S5731 w fig,.,..,j,f:Jf5,510 .-7743 S 2 iw m . I ' 5 3? ng xg - I zggggk-y.,,E.,.,Km.w E, .1 ..k,g2,g,,.p .. . H, . , N 1:-.. ., . , : ' " ' In ? .-.-1- , Mgi.Ww,,. M In .V 1 '-I .X M. Ig L, I. . . I ' :-New Xwwx-.. ,, .. . W A H iv, J J g-wwe. ... , g H V - ,S , , e'we'ff-wa4v......, U .. .,.-. T. - 1:-If -f: 5 In 'L.,': - Q 'E ' -' 2 . Ffa-.. I3'?f+:Q'I V '- if 1 ,. Y S - . E qi 'fini .1 33, fig I -1.51. wi'-I "55k.5:.'25 . -1 1--:.., n -.Q A ' iv - ' 'Hz ' - - -M .L ' . 11 fl? L9 . A I-Q.s.,,A,I.. ,, A. E QV . -,.. . I - -:A "V-n -5' -,5f'i1' . Af 1 '-2..-:j',::- .fl-,g,5jA..jgk 'LY-f A-Y MY ,-AW - 49 - f .:"'x-s fx? we 'W W... L, , I Z., 449 v w - N ,WWA 'ff I 3 ' BARRY SUGARMAN GOES UP AND OVER IN THE HIGH JUMP. SUGARMAN WAS MOST VERSATILE MAN ON YELLOW JACKET SQUAD. MARTIN TORRENCE BEATS DENNY JACKSON TO FINISH LINE IN DASH. COLE BRYANT PACES THE FIELD IN GEORGIA AAU 2-MILE RUN. , ...V 4 ,W .... WF 1.2 III Ill alll ll! TOMMY PLAXICO Head Coach A PRACTICE SESSION AT ROSE BOWL FIELD. Golfers Finish 3rd In SEC Matches TECH GOLFERS started their season by a trip to Florida in March. The linksmen lost to FSU, Florida University, and Rollins, and defeated the Jackson- ville Naval Air Station on this swing. Returning home they took Auburn, and then avenged their earlier de- feat by Florida. Auburn returned the favor in Auburn on the 15th of April, and Vandy downed the Jackets on the 20th. Then they absorbed losses at the hands of Georgia and Tennessee. At the SIC meet, however the Jackets gave a good account of themselves, finishing third in the SEC and seventh in the South. Captain George Johnson led his team-mates, Ed Barnes, Gabe Hill, Tommy Matthews, Bland Johnson, Morris Copeland, Jimmy Sutton and Dan Smith to this successful finish. P TECH GOLFER SWING-S WITH AN IRON IN SEASON MATCH. :Zi 2' full 1.13 ff mi .MP ' R, 1 , wig f V , f 2 1' ,Q , 'A .,,. ul-H, , N Q A -. mm.: Q' " ,la ,a m P. . ,L-1'-v QW, M ' - .Ez M 331' 4 fi:-. ' . ,, . , I 'Q ,:'N: - 'fa ug ' r . LE ,ry p, 52' M ' ' ugh" . A , . " Y J- . K , ..1 , '17-Q. 3 A -Wim ,L . a ' P 'SQQQQR D 'lik Q., WAC, 1. S' 'L 55: Y . '. I ' ,'g'Q?'5' 'FJ 9. - V- '. , "fx-f X Q- 1: V- , , 'X ' f-V? ' L ':.-V 'AL '51 .1295 L-L A 'I f'.l4 .4 .5--. -' 1' QQ ' ', ' V M W ., ' , , 'ph' in N-:QQ 5-Af 3' . My ,H ,... 3' -V 35,1 .. ,H if is I will . 4 ici? :, .iid I Y.l' .k--1, .5 Hg -S -x. ' YW- 1,X ., ' ... 'mt 1- '- Q-Lg ,-1 m . ? ', " '- 1' .v V? ITR UM X 301 I i 2 2 E s PHI KAPPA TAU, WHO TIED FOR SECOND PLACE WITH CHI PSI BEHIND ALPHA TAU OMEGA ENGAGES IN ROUGH REGULAR SEASON CONTEST Cro ned hamp of the Gridiron ALPHA TAU OMEGA grabbed off the School Cham- pionship of the gridiron with Chi Psi and Phi Kappa Tau tying for second place. Newman Club captured first place in the Pigskin League and was crowned Independent Champ. All contests, were hard fought during the season, and there were many scoreless and one touchdown ties, as the defense prevailed over the olfense. Individual League Champs are as follows: Cold League-Alpha Tau Omega White League-Chi Phi Tornado League-Phi Kappa Tau , Yellow Jacket League--Chi Psi Pigskin League-Newman Club THE KICKING GAME IS ALL-IMPORTANT IN TOUCH FOOTBALL. HERE, PHI KAPPA TAU FORCES THEIR OPPONENTS TO PUNT OUT, AFTER HOLDING THEM FOR NO GAIN IN SERIES OF DOWNS, TO TAKE OVER. if ' .JW -WWE-if f ' ' - L N . ' - f' - 'if'W-if'lf'jf'5ikffmfi f ', ,4 I 9 , wr M . , , g - , 'QLN1 C 2. 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Each league con- sisted of several skilled learns. Winning their respective leagues were Sigma Nu, Gold Leagneg Bela 'llhela Pi, While Leagneg Phi Kappa Sigma, Tornado Leagueg Phi Sigma Kappa, Yellow Jacket Leagueg and the Vets Clnh, lnclepend- ent League. These teams mel lo clelerinine a school champion. Uiidefeated Sigma Nu look lop honors in sweeping twelve victories. X 'fb iw? A ' , y f V , , vi j 1 vu: -gh. . v i1.:'E 1iQ. .J V- 'SQ-f11R",'Tf' 1 ' ' Hari- -' L iz' 1'-, , ,, f.. bk - agjxflf , . 4' 4' if ,V f f 1 ' a Q , " af i' is Lf ,' , Q 23.f,4, ,ifc-fxyi. 1' V' .... . .- pew M Q M ' , 4 f ' W M df 2 1729 .fy f - fi 1 x i 2 ' is , ., ....,... M lf ' ff' .,,.. f ,, ' ff , ' I lf, l X ,if y , Q1 ' W Av 49 1 9 f x Af X f y Q f '7 .4 f ,jyl .... , , ffm.. X M ff , 1 M fifkwfi W , f WW f,f 6 A W ff 4 X, ff X 'S r KNEELING: Jack Paterson, Dick Davis, John Barner, John Smith and Jake Shoemaker, STANDING: Johnny Adamson, George Swanson, Russ Harris, Mike allief, Reid Horne, Tom Banks, Steve Fuller and Vance Rankin. Phi Delta Theta Cops Swimming Title FIRST PLACE IN THE swimming meet was decided by one large point this year. Phi Delta Theta gained that point to take the meet from the second place SAE's. A large margin of points separated the third place Beta Theta Pi's. The Phi Delts received their points by taking a first in the 200-yard medley, and tug of warg seconds in the 75-yard medley, 200-yard freestyle relayg and third places in the plunge for distance, treading with weightsg and a fourth in the l00-yard freestyle. Cross - Countr Won By Betas BETA THETA PI, with Louis Paulk and Jack Van Volkenberg capturing third and fourth places respec- tively, grabbed the Cross Country title by a Wide margin over their nearest competitor, Phi Delta Theta paced by Lloyd Sutteris fifth place finish. Cordon Clayton paced the field to capture individual honors and earn third place for Delta Tau Delta. Richard Balte finished second for Sigma Chi, who hnished Hfth in the fraternity point race. Kappa Sigma, who didn't have a man hnish in the top hve, came through with enough points in the second division to finish fourth. DAVE CHANDLER, SIGMA CHI, COMPETES IN THE "DISH SQUATJ' GORDON CLAYTON, DELTA TAU DELTA TAKES CHAMPIONSHIP. Sigma hi Top Winner In m THIS YEAR'S competition in intramural gym was the best ever at Tech. Almost all fraternities caught the spirit of intramural sports and were well repre- sented. Throughout the meet the lead was swapped by TKE and Sigma Chi, with the latter finally be- coming the new champion. This meet also produced two new stars competing for top honors. Stewart Mas- sey of Sigma Nu and Dave Chandler of Sigma Chi were both triple medal winners. Sigma Nu finished third. ALL CONTESTS WERE ROUGH AND HARD FOUGHT. HERE THE FIJI'S OF PHI GAMMA DELTA BATTLE THE NEWMAN CLUB INDEPENDENTS. Phi Delta Theta Cops School Championship THE STRONG Phi Delta Theta team, roared back from a second place finish in 1957 to go all the way in 1958 to cop the School Championship. Paced by Paul Vickers and I oe Delaney, they first captured first place in the Gold League, they defeated all comers from other Fraternity Leagues, and then bested the lndependent winners, The Newman Club, in the play- offs for the School Championship. ln the Fraternity Leagues, Tau Epsilon Pi finished second and Phi Gamma Delta third. League finishes were as follows: Gold League--Phi Delta Theta White League-Lambda Chi Alpha Tornado League-Phi Gamma Delta Yellow Jacket League-Tau Epsilon Pi Dribble League-Newman Club Pass League-Hellenic Club lndependent Champ-Newman Club BOB MITCHELL, OF KAPPA SIGMA ROLLS ONE DOWN THE ALLEY. Chi Psi Paces The Bowlinglfompetition CI-II PSI, eked out a 10 pin victory over Pi Kappa Alpha, 2511-2501, to claim the School Champion- ship. Chi Psi had won the Yellow Jacket League, Pi Kappa Alpha the Tornado League, Sigma Nu the Cold League, and Kappa Sigma the White League. Sigma Nu and Kappa Sigma placed third and fourth respectively in the playoffs. Clarke of Theta Chi with an average of 111, and Irwin of Phi Kappa Sigma With 104 paced the indi- vidual scorers during season's play. Y PHI DELTS MORI AND ADAMSON BATTLE IN LOSING CAUSE. SAE and Chi Phi Vie For Padclleball TI-IE SICIVIA ALPHA EPSILON team of Mike Me- haifey and Bob Nichols will battle the Chi Phi's Ned Neeley and Walter Rapp for the Paddleball title at a later date. This unusual situation was brought about because the competing teams were composed of Var- sity Tennis players and the match had to he post- poned until after the tennis season. The SAE team of Sam Fleming and I-larry Thomp- son and the Phi Delt team of Dan Curtis and John Smith were eliminated in the semi-Hnals. Alpha Tau Omega Takes Net Title ALPHA TAU OMEGA, led by Guthrie, Wildasin, and McCaughan grabbed off the Intramural Tennis Title. Sigma Nu, always a strong contender, finished second, while Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Kappa Sigma -tied for third place in the hard fought contests. I im Ford, Sigma Nu, and defending Champion was eliminated in the semi-Hnals and had to settle for third place as hopes for a Sigma Nu repeat faded. Guthrie of Alpha Tau Omega and Prosser of Kappa Sigma met in the :finals with Prosser being crowned school Champ. A SAE,s Linlismen Cop Golf Title COMPETITION WAS KEEN in the Intramural Golf Matches, but Devaughn and Davison brought home enough points to render the SAE,s Victors. Alpha Tau Omega and Chi Phi tied for second, with Lambda Chi Alpha and Chi Psi tied for fourth. Individual Flight Champs are as follows: Champ- ionship-DeVaughn, SAEg Ist Flight-DeWees, Chi Psig 2nd Flight-Davison, SAEg 3rd Flight-Skinner, Chi Phig 4th Flight-Blealqley, Lambda Chi Alphag and 5th Flight-White, SAE. JOHN MORGAN, OF SIGMA CHI, THE MEET'S ONLY DOUBLE WINNER PACES THE FIELD IN THE IO0-YARD DASH. HE ALSO WON THE 220 T O's Edge Kappa Sigvs for Track Title THE INTRAMURAL track meet settled down to a two-team race between the ATO's and Kappa Sigis With the ATO,s emerging victorious hy 41A points, 351Q to 31. The Sigma Chi team paced by John Mor- ganis triumphs in the 100 and 220 yard dash copped third place With 20 points followed hy Sigma Nu's and the Navy with l8 and l31Q points respectively. Individual Winners were as follows: 100-yard dash-Morgaii, Sigma Chi 220-yard dash-Morgan, Sigma Chi 440-ya1'd relay-Hutcheson, Knox, James and Doddsg ATO Mile run-Hamler, ATO 440-yard run-Heywood, Beta Theta Pi 880-yard run-Blythe, Sigma Nu Shuttle relay-Mason, Bissell, Craig and Ran- dolph, Navy 880-yard relay-Smith, Lyons, Boutwell, Baker Kappa Sigma High ,lump-Mau, Theta Chi Broad Jump-Vickers, Phi Delta Theta Shot Put-Travis, Sigma Chi THE FIELD EVENTS WERE ALSO HARD FOUGHT. HERE A MAN IS SEEN STRAINING TO CLEAR THE HIGH JUMP BAR AS THE STANDARD GOES UP ls 42 i, U 5 if 3 -4 , s I, u 1 E15 l ,V -1 A34 FRATERNITIES HOMECOMING '57 UNRAVELED itself before the eyes of thousands, some with a look of awe, others with moistened eyes. The early morning patter of ham- mering and sawing could be heard on all corners of campus as work began on the Homecoming displays. On into the afternoon fraternity men articu- lately twisted and contorted chicken wire and paper mache with mounting enthusiasm. In almost no time the com- pleted display hatched out of a mass of crepe paper on the once grass cov- ered lawn. The so accustomed serenity of even- ing was disspelled amidst a flurry of honking, shouting, and blaring music as the campus assumed the setting of a pre-game carnival. Judges and stu- dents wandered from one display to another dodging the cars which crept bumper to bumper along the streets. With lump-filled throats the fraternity men awaited the appearance of the judgesg in addition to the pride they felt for their intricate decoration, they held a deep and fervent hope that they would be awarded Mfirst place." Uppermost in their minds were young memories of planning, assem- bling, and study sacrifice which the Homecoming display entailed. They recalled long nights of sketching and the repeated trips to the simmering coffee potg the frantic scramble to lo- cate necessary building materialsg the seemingly never ending frustrations encountered during the unexpected me- chanical breakdown or the mysterious loss of a vital bolt, gear, or toolg and the sighs of relief when ingenuity conveys to them at last the Hnished display. Friday night of Homecoming '57 witnessed a festive array of assem- blages. The announcement of Sputnik earlier in the week afforded a multi- tude of ideas: cauldrons and infernos on stately lawns were indicative of Sat- urday's gridiron opponent's fateg the original and unique electrocution of the Blue Devil pictured here entranced all with its horrifying realism and earned Phi Sigma Kappa top honors. And in almost no time the displays disappeared to leave lawns spotted with footprints, paper, wood, or ashes. All TROY Nonms . DAN LAIRD . . ROBERT TRAYLOR ROGER FLEMING Ambrose, W. Beebe, N. Bell, R. Bobbitt, R. Brown, J. Byron, J. Chambless, E. Clark, A. Cohn, J. Cornwall, C. Coward, R. Driesslein, W. Eisenhauer, B. Erlenkofter, D. Field, S. Fisher, G. Fleming, R. Folds, J. Fonts, L. Greenslein, L. Grimes, G. Gumenick, S. Hall, T. Harper, R. Howard, S. Kapp, W. Klein, L. Laird, D. TROY NORRIS, Presidenl' OFFICERS . . President . Vice President . Secretary . . Treasurer Georgia Tech THE GEORGIA TECH lnterfraternity Council has the joh of regulating the activities of twenty-seven national fraternities and a sorority. This joh is ac- complished hy the hard Work of two representatives from each fraternity and a iine slate of Oiiicers. Under the leadership of Troy Norris, Dan Laird, Rohert Traylor, and Roger Fleming, the IEC has expanded its activities and has gained recognition throughout the country .... Each year the IFC assists several charity agencies such as the Empty Stocking Fund, Old Newshoys Day, Grady Hospital Christmas Fund, and the Red Cross Blood Drive .... Other activities include sponsoring dances and concerts highlighted each year hy the grand iinale, the IFC Greek Week. Spotlighted hy two dances and a concert by a Well- known hand, Tech's Greek Week has gained acclaim as one of the tops throughout the country. I TERFRATER, ITY COUNCIL WILLIAM AMBROSE NORMAN BEEEE . . RONALD BELL . . PETER BERGAN . . RANDY BOBBITT . JOE BROWN . . . ,TULIAN BYRON . . EDWARD CHAMBLESS ANDY CLARK . . JERRY COHN . . . . . T hela Xi . . Bela Theta Pi . . T hela Chi . . Della Upsilon . . Della Tau Della . Alpha Tau Omega . . . Sigma Nu . Della Sigma Phi . Phi Gamma Della . Alpha Epsilon Pi CLOVIS CORNWALL . . . Phi Della Theta RON COWARD . . CARL DEVAUGHN . CARLTON DEWEES . WILLIAM DRIESSLEIN BILL EISENHAUER . PARK ELLIS . . . . . DON ERLENKOTTER . Sigma Phi Epsilon, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . . Chi Psi . . . . Theta Xi Tau Kappa Epsilon Sigma Alpha Epsilon . Phi Kappa Sigma STEVE FIELD . . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon GORDON FISHER . JOE FOLDS . . LARRY FONTS . . BOE GAVRON . . LENNY GREENSTEIN GEORGE GRIMES . STEVE GUMENICK . TOM HALL . . . RICHARD HARPER . ROBERT HARRIS . SONNY HOWARD . WILLIAM KAPP . LARRY KLEIN . JIM LAYNE . . RICHARD LEE . . BARRY LIPSCOMB . FRED MARTENS . HAROLD MARTIN . BILL MCKEE . . DAVE MCNEHL . . Phi Sigma Kappa . . Pi Kappa Phi . . Sigma Chi . . Phi Epsilon Pi . Alpha Epsilon Pi . . Sigma Chi . Tau Epsilon Phi . Phi Delta Theta . . . . Chi Phi . Phi Kappa Tau . . . Kappa Alpha . Phi Sigma Kappa . Tau Epsilon Phi . Pi Kappa Alpha . Beta T heta Pi . . Theta Chi . . . Chi Psi . Delta Upsilon . . . . Sigma Nu . Alpha Tau Omega ALAN MICHAEL . BILL MILLER . BILL MITCIIELL . MARTHA MOSS . CRAWFORD NIURPHY NED NEELY . . DON RAY . . . CLAUDE SAUNDERS TOMMY SMITH . HENRY SNEAD . JIM SNYDER . . BOE SODERHOLM , . VERN TERHUNE . ROLAND T OUPS . Layne, J. Lipscomb, B. Marlens, F. Marfin, H. McNeill, D. Miller, B. Mifchell, B. Moss, M. Murphy, C. Neely, N. Norris, T. Saunders, C. Smifh, T. Snead, H. Snyder, J. Terhune, V. Toups, R. Traylor, R. Ullenberg, R. Webb, D. Van Willis, W. . Pi Kappa Phi . Phi Epsilon Pi . Delta Tau Delta . Alpha Xi Delta Della Sigma Phi . . . Chi Phi Sigma Phi Epsilon Phi Gamma Delta . . . Kappa Sigma . Kappa Alpha . Pi Kappa Alpha . Kappa Sigma . Alpha Xi Delta Lambda Chi Alpha RUN ULLENBERG . . . . Phi Kappa Sigma DELMAS WEBB . . . . Lambda Chi Alpha WILLIAM VAN WII.LIS ....... Phi Kappa Tau Dean Pershing offers congra'l'ula'l'ions l'o +he lFC's "Fra'rerni+y Man of 'lhe Year," Claude Pe'r'l'y, Direcior of 'rhe Physical Plani. i f MARTIN FARFEL, President MRS. FRANCES GORDON, Housemother OFFICERS MARTIN FARFEL . - - President LENNY GREENSTEIN . . Vice President JOEL WEINSTOCK . . . Secretary JAY DANEMAN . . Treasurer Affergut, F. Averbuch, J. Berlin, A. Bernstein, I. Bieler, S. Zeta hapter ENJOYING LIFE in their new home, AEPi members this year added a strong pledge class to their roles on pledge Sunday. Under Martin Farfel's leadership, the men of the Zeta Chapter were again recognized as one of the top chapters of the national Alpha Ep- silon Pi Fraternity .... Scholarship, social activity, and interest in campus activities are all emphasized by the AEPi7s. For the second year in a row, their Sweetheart was elected as national AEPi Sweetheart. This interest in campus activities is demonstrated by Dave Milton, Martin Farfel, and Chick Schwartz. These men represent their fraternity in such extra- curricular activities as the RAMBLER, Phi Eta Sigma, Dean's List, the Koseme Society, and the Honor Board. Blumenthal, M. Braverman, N. Brody, M. Cohen, H. Cohn, J. Daneman, J. Davis, A. Ellsley, R. Esmond, J. Farfel, M. Feinman, M. Frank, P. Freid, R. 316 'B ALPHA EP ILO. PI Twine lakes l'l1e place of grass reeds, as Milne Brody helps Fred Loef build a 'Full size jungle l1u'l' 'for an approaching parly 'For ruslwees. Friedlander, G. Goldberg, 'S. Goldberg, W. Goldsfein, R. Gorick, J. Greenbaum, G. Greensfein, L. Haas, S. Holchkiss, B. Jacobson, G. Kolchin, L. Kaplan, I. Koralek, A. Koval, H. Kowal, J. Kramer, K. Krasnow, E. Kraviiz, L. This dell' baclchand sl'1o'r will decide a decisive poinl' in 'llfiis ba'H'le of AEPi ping pong powers. Zeta Chapter Leff, C. Loef, F. London, G. Q' Q U 'T 1 TU U-E'f"2 -- ' N-1 I on, . MJ Il " ' , V Morgensfern, L. X r. ' . .Ili T ' Lv M 5- X8 rr' ' 21:-.ss I A i I, feffil 4 -45... KL W1aE2:2E'5 'f2'f51 - if - EEL X it THQ I .agar ' Okeon, M. Perlman, A. Rosenberg, A. Lenny Greens+ein greefs Miss Shirley Men- del, Ze'ra'sin1'erna1'ional SweeH'1ear'rofAEPi. HAPPY BUT HUNGRY, THE GANG WAITS FOR ITS BAR BQ AT THE JUNGLE RUSH PARTY. ALPHA EPSILO PI JERRY FRELANDLER PLEDGvESg JERRY AVERBUSH, LEW KRAVITZ, JOEL WEINSTOCK ARE ON HAND TO WELCOME HIM. Sands, J. sink, D. Singer, W. Slobody, K. Sfahl, P. Uffer, R. Viness, J. Weinsfock, Schneider, G. Schwartz, C. Sfeinberg, W. Tennenbaum J. ,M. MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Aronson, A. Estroff, A. Goldberg, F. Leif, G. Schoenwetter, S Simon, I. Worth, P. 319 ' Abbolf, G. Anderson, C. Arlhurs, L. Bennett, R. Bliich, H. Bolen, P. Brown, J. Brown, W. Bryan, F. Burns, J. Caldwell, J. Carter, K. Collefl, R. Collins, D. Colquilt, L. Collerman, W. Cowan, J. Dawson, T. Dodds, C. Esslinger, Foskey, C. R. Franklin, J. Franklin, S. Fuller, R. ALPHA TA MEGA Andrews, W. Balch, C. Brown, G. Brown, W. Burton, R. Butcher, J. Cole, D. Deas, D. Decker, D. Dixon, R. Estes, J. Gray, J. Harmon, W. Hartman, D. Jacobs, R. MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Kelly, P. Mansfield, R. Newton, G. Parker, A. Parrish, N. Powers, T. Beu, N. Rudolph, J. Sears, N. Strickland, B Svindland, A Swindle, O. Taylor, C. Vickers, W. Wilson, J. One lucky bro'l'l1er receives a liHle red wagon from Old Saint Nick during ATO's annual Christmas Party Beta Iota hapter BETA IOTA OF Alpha Tau Omega received its charter in 1888 and became the first national frater- nity on the Tech campus. Living up to the good repu- tation and name that the years has given to them, the ATO,s continually strive to improve themselves soci- ally and scholastically .... The social calendar is spotted with house parties and dances, a spring 'for- mal, and a senior banquet .... In campus activities, they are represented by Joe Brown, Dave McNeill, and John Howard .... Clubs that are dotted with ATO members are ODK, Koseme Society, TECH- NIQUE, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, The Honor Board, and many others .... A major contribution made by the ATO's to the school was a trophy that is awarded to the fraternity with the best organized uhelp week." was :..: "v- lf, fl' JOE BROWN, President' MRS. HETTYE MCCURTY, Housemoiher OFFICERS JOE BROWN . . President J IM WILDIKSIN . . Vice President DAVE NTCNEILL . - Sfwfelflfy HARRY NTCELVEEN . - TVCUSUTCT Garcia, C. Giddens, T. Gillam, K. Goeffinger, R. Goetz, R. Goodloe, J. Gorrell, B. Green, J. Hamler, E. Harmon, L. Harris, C. Harris, M. Hastings, G. Hawkins, C. Howard, J. Howard, P. Hull, D. Jackson, W. 321 ,,tZg'22Q7,f'3,h I Q L .. f ALPHA T UMEGA INR i . -W 'u XE iii' - Ilg: ' lg..-fe-535. Q3 V -A 1 , .1-'gk :R I I if ,,,'-f , I' ' 23:5-gzxlx - 11 '-"X---A E.::-,!,f ll ill 5253: I-151 . ,-,.,--" 'H:l5-:R iii? ' :hd Q: '4 ,z?F5 -',"" . ' Eiiiliiif X gf ' 2 55215:-fa lllll -. sfazams ' 'I H 5522 A full!!! - 1 - . N , s,AL - c. - --" 1li"" :i"" .' .vi---,-i Kearson, R. Kill, P. LaVoy, A. Leach, W. Mason, R. Malhews, H. McCaughan, R. McElveen, H. McNeill, D. Middlebrooks, H. Moore, J. Moseley, W. Nagle, R. Neal, H. Neal, W. Ollo, D. Parsons, G. Peake, G. Pickren, K. Pierce, P. Porler, R. Ramsboffom, W. Saye, W. Scarbrough, C. One O'F'H'1G largesl' and mosl gruesome-looking of lhe Homecoming displays was 'lhis overgrown buzzard who belclwed hideous sounds. 322 Beta Iota hapter Shadden, E. Shadron, H. 'Shaw, J. l ""l?- Simpson, C. Sinyard, T. Sfrozier, R. l Suifon, J. l I Taylor, J. Nm Thomas, J. 'MAJ' ., g...v ,M Thompson, F. Thompson, K. Tucker, D. I mf? 1: ' f. . Twifiy, M. "3" Twifiy, P. N 'Ng l Vann, L. '9 , Watkins, J. Wallenbarger, E. Weaihers, R. W' 3'6" 4 'T Whaley C. GN 'T yr' . e . - V , A ' F95 A f" 1 ""' whiie, M. wr? N4 ' Wigfon, R. "TQ" 'f' Wildasin, J. 4 ' A Wilson, B. ' Yeargan, E. W" 1 'i . . se, 1 uw,-,3,' ,M V V.- is ATOS exciiedly gaiher around 'rhe fireplace 'ro hear iheir bediime sioryg LiH'le Red Riding Hood was 'rhe s+ory 'lold on +his evening. X, As ihe sun comes oul' and 'ihe snow begins 'lo mel'l', brolhers make preparaiions 'For approaching weekend. 'Gm .. I -eel? LYNN HAZLETT, President MRS. GERTRUDE lvlcNEMER,Housemo+l1er OFFICERS LYNN HAZLETT ....... . President JOE LAMBE . . . Vice President JIM TUNE . . . Secretary TOM HUNT . . Treasurer Gamma Eta Chapter WITH THE COMPLETION of the new addition to their house, the Beta's awaited anxiously f or the new school year to come, anticipating an excellent year. . . . True to their expectations the 57-58 term has proved successful in many ways. As usual the Betals were up on top, fighting for IFC honors by Winning the volleyball championship in their league .... In campus activities the Beta,s had several outstanding leaders. There were a host of brothers and pledges on the Technique staff, headed by ,lack Martin, busi- ness manager. Others such as Robert Traylor ably represent their chapter in many campus honoraries and organizations .... Socially the Betals did fine with their houseparties, and with their Sweetheart Ball. Anderson, J. Bailey, R. Ba'res,wJ. Beebe, N. Bell, R. Bobo, J. Bomar, W. Boulware, R. Brown, N. Brown, W. Bustle, B. Bywater, R. Campbell, R. Chance, V. Chapman, D. Clarkson, J. Costner, G. Crump, W. BETA THETA PI MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Adams, A. Bennett, H. Berryhill, R. Davidson, M. DeMent, F. Easterling, P. Harper, O. Heywood, A. Jackson, L. Johnson, C. Lee, R. McKe1vey, H DeCarlo, D. Eafman, G. Elliofl, C. Elliolf, G. Forresfer, J. Greene, R. Hallock, D. Halloran, R. Hammelf, K. Harvey, D. Hazleff, H. Herbst, D. Herlihy, R. l-lerringlon, T Hickson, W. Holl, J. Hughes, R. Hunl, T. Hupke, T. lvie, J. Johnson, C. Kelley, C. Lambe, J. Lawrence, G. A COUPLE OF DATES, FIVE OR SIX BROTHERS, AND A TRUCK LOAD OF KIDS SMILE FOR THE PHOTOGRAPHER. Mulford, T. O'Rear, A. Owens, F. Parker, J. Paulk, W. Reimers, F. Reuland, W. Rich, R. Rittlelneyer, G. Robinson, J. Robison, W. Van Volkenburg, J. hxwmwiv.-'ez rf. - ., .1-Sfmsw.....'Xf XJAMPM .1 S, . Gamma Eta hapter Lemasrers, W. Livinqsfon, D. Loff, F. Maddox, E. Marfin, J. McKenney, D. Mellichamp, D. Mellichamp, J. Middlebrooks, C. Moore, W. Owen, J. Parker, J. Peek, H. Persons, O. Peterson, C. Pinder, R. Prall, J. Rempe, E. Robinson, J. Roley, R. Sawyer, T. Schnur, J. Scoif, P. Shanklin, W. Cerfainly a homely crew, ihese rain-soaked, mud-covered men of ihe successful Bera The+a Pi foorbail +eam give vicfory cry. A wan and weary Beia receives congraiularions for a fine swim while checking in wiih scorekeeper coach McAuIey. BETA THETA PI ff J XJ k.7' add Q i, g :::g:I-::- Q 1-gn ' X- I! If . 40 -5!5",.1'E:'A!: hm im Him lm ,iw 0-- ws, ,,....,.. .-: j- 'f.-'..g...,- - M- As Two Beias wa+ci1, a curious kid opens his presenf during Hue Be+a Cl1ris+mas Pariy. Shepherd, R. Smiih, W. Sproles, W. Sfarling, K. Sfafzer, C. Sfewarf, J. 'S1'okes, B. Sirickland, C. Sfrickland, J. Swan, T. Ten Eyck, W. Thompson, J. Thorn+on, D. Traylor, R. Tune, J. Vanzanf, B. Walker, M. Ware, R. Warfield, W. Wiggins, W. Wighi-man, H. Williams, B. Wise, H. 327 Woods, H. CHI PHI Arrington, L. Avedikian, N. Beecham, A. Brim, D. Brown, R. Calvert, W. Cammack, E. Carson, W. Carter, J. Clark, S. Cook, J. Cunningham, D. Dodson, R. Doherty, D. Doherty, F. Dolson, R. Drawerf, T. Farr, W. 5 2' Z Zi ' 1 , 7 22, gl X ' Where would Tech fraternities be now wlthout their Mothers Clubs Thus V one may be considering any number of posslbllrhes 'For assistance EEE. Y 5 - , fx 25523525 .MTS EPEET E-if-'EE' X, llll iii. 5-tn! 1 Iagil T!!! ul A SEE it "E IE' 5-.353 s -- mi 'mi' --in 2 :.- iii' :' f -' l : !"" ""'7 ""- 4 ,vt lliig llllllll! gli Elllll III Ill ,LC 'Z ii gi 5lsn'z3.5rq7--nz L . :L!!Q...!!!s.XL1:. .tt - E1 --A li -7 4 : . 1 .Eer --,. -,-1 "rr -3:4--"D T555-1 'wel-fire MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Adler, H. Ewell, H. Amoroso, A. Foshee, W. Amoroso, V. Frederick, S. Anderson, T. Hite, W. Armstrong, D. Howden, F. Bissell, L. Lano, C. Bowman, S. Melntyre, D. Comer, B. O'Connor, G. Conway, G. Pope, B. Crawford, D. Pruitt, B. Davis, T. Robert, L. Ellison, F. Serif, P, Embro, T. Smith, J. Evans, R. Stringer, J. 328 mega hapter THE CHI PHl's started the new school year off in line style by pledging a fine group of young prospects. From this pledge class, the brothers expect the usual group of campus leaders, scholars, and party boys. . . . Of the campus leaders that already call 720 Fowler St. their home, Paul Roberts and Bob Mc- Camy are the most prominent. Both of these men are on the student council and on the business stall ol' the Blue Print. Other campus organizations represented by the brothers and pledges are Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Eta Sigma, many YMCA clubs, and others .... Known all around lor their parties, the Chi Phi's again had another great social season. First of all there were the rush parties, and later the house dances, then their formal. ,, K 4 P DAN PRUITT, Presidenl' MRS. R. L. BEUTELL, Housemorher OFFICERS DAN PRUITT . . . President JACK NICCONNIZLL . . Vice President GLENN CONWAY . . Secretary Gizonciz GABRIEL . . Treasurer Force, W. Gabriel, G. Garner, J. Gignilliaf, J. Harden, W. Harper, R. Hill, R. Hodges, H. Holland, H. Hopkins, H. Jenkins, 6. Johnson, R. Jones, L. Kallelis, J. Lamb, J. Law, W. Lee, J. Lyman, S. 329 CHI PHI Wl1e1'l1er engaging in a bull session, aH'ending a cl1ap1'er mee'ring, wa'l'cl1ing TV, or enjoying a rush smoker, 'rlwis scene is 'rypical in all of Tecl1's 'Fra'l'erni'ries. Malone, R. Maner, W. McCall, G. McCamy, R: McConnell, L. McTague, S. Millikan, R. Montgomery, P. Monlroy, D. Neely, E. Paffillo, C. Prui'H, D. Ranck, W. Rapp, W. ' Read, R. Reid, E. Roberfs, P. Rollesfon, C. 330 We do noi' doub1'+l1e significance of +l1e swea'l'- er, bu+ could all o'F1'l1em be drinking frophies? mega hapter X A CHI PHI IS IN A QUANDARY-WHETHER TO CHEAT NOW OR WAIT UNTIL LATER IN I GAME. 331 Rudder, C. Saville, W. Schuler, G. Sheehan, T. Shelton, W. Simmons, H. Skinner, H. Sfrain, E. Taff, 'S. Thompson, T. Traylor, S. WaI'rhaII, J. Ware, F. Weifzel, J. Willoughby, L Wilson, A. Wrighf, W. WyIIe, J. M - 1, X l l l 'Mug Q QTLW5 BILL TAYLOR, President MRS. T. P. COTHRAN, Housemother OFFICERS BILL TAYLOR . . . President LUCIUS PENN . . Vice President LEE CAMPBELL . . Secretary DAVE HERR . . Treasurer , f D' Anderson, C. ,, , J N, Bache, G. ' I ' ' f L "DDJ Berman, M. .sd - , ,,.-......... gg, A , i f 1 M 1 HQ" " EEE Iii 1 ' ' ssh ' EEE '-'l j' -' I ,- gg- EF' 1 , a id 2 . 4. :.'..-'TX - W-' s ix 44 Boron, F. f-'di "N" 1 X X-,X Bryan, C. -X it Campbell, H. ' N MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Brennan, Cannon, R. Herr, D. W31'ren, Carter, L. Kirkland, W. Dewees' E' 332 Iota Delta hapter CHI PSI PRIDES ITSELF on encouraging a Well- rounded college life for all its members, with due emphasis being placed on scholarship .... To demon- strate their varied interest, they always place high in intramural sports, they claim several campus leaders as members, and socially have many good parties .... Bob Cannon, former President, Was editor' of the Engineer, in addition to seeking an ME and EE de- gree. Many of the other members belong to honor- aries, departmental societies, YMCA sponsored clubs, and other campus organizations .... ln addition to the many parties during rush season, the Chi Psi lodge is filled many times throughout the year with the sound of music. The most Outstanding social events are the Sweetheart Ball and Founder,s Day. CHIPI Dorr, G. Ferguson, C. Johnson, R. Lerdon, W. Marfens, W. Marlin, H. Penn, L. Prawel, S. Rahner, J. Reynolds, E. Lellers are good 'lo have, bul' are second lo 'lhe real lhing, and +l1a'l' slack of books is noi' l'l1e real llwing, l'm lhlnking. Richmond, C. Roberls, J. Robinson, H. Russell, R. Spivey, L. Taylor, W. Twlggs, L. Wrlghf, R. On l-he fronl porch of'l'l1e house, Chi Psi brolhers and dal'es enjoy a brief resl' from +l1e heclic aclivilies of IFC weekend. 333 DELTA ICMA PHI Allen, C. Aufrey, T. Banksion, W. Benfley, C. Brown, J. Bu'H'on, H. Carlsen, F. Chambless, E. Clark, T. Crenshaw, J. Crews, J. Currence, W. Davidson, L. Davis, C. Davis, M. Dover, R. Eidson, W. Fairburn, D. l l As 'rlieir deiecied ,opponenls reirieve lhe ball, a Della Sig crosses home wi+l1- anoiher rung 'ihe Delia Sig ieam had a good season. 334 L L e .X . 'A' , 'MSX ll ll l ' lllllll l 4 i Q 'f' HE ' J K Q .. iz- 'F 1'-8 -ll .wif MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Bodenhamer, W. Bulgin, G. Cattarin, R. Charles, M. Clem, R. Cone, J. Dowler, R. Dozier, L. Dyes, T. Elkins, S. Halliday, H. Hamlin, C. Harman, J. Hawkins, G. Kelis, W. Kelsall, S. Lindsey, R. Mason, J. McElroy, W. McGahee, G. Mclntosh, W. Mitchell, P. Peart, J. Phillips, W. Richmond, H Tuck, M. White, P. Vifilson, M. Worrall, F. Yarzinsky, W Zittrauer, N. Alpha amma hapter DELTA SIG MADE an outstanding contribution to fraternity life at Tech. The men of Alpha Gamma won the football league and placed third in the school. Three of the championship team were selected to the IFC all stars team. The men of Fourth Street were represented among the uwheelsn by Bill Sloan, Fred Carlsen, and Bill Pearson .... After the toils of rush week, the Delta Sigs counted up 30 new pledges. The new pledge class, however, was not sharp enough to beat the old heads in the brother vs. pledge football game .... The outstanding social event was the Car- nation Ball where Miss Audry Dahlbender was pinned the sweetheart. 2 .P , , . 15? JIM RUSS, Presidenl' MRS. L. B. PAUL, Housemother OFFICERS JIM RUSS . . . . President HARRY SMITH . . Vice President THURMAN SAULS . . Secretary J. A. WILSON . . Treasurer Fleetwood, R. Gay, K. Gibson, J. Gillis, A. Gore, N. Gorman, J. Gregory, W. Hall, J. Hall, M. Hamby, H. Hammond, D. Harrell, J. Herndon, D. Herrington, T. Hill, K. Hoffman, M. Hoffman, R. Hughes, D. l DELTA SIGM PHI Johnson, K. Jones, C. Jones, J, Judge, T. Lee, W. Lovell, P. MacEviH', J. Meyer, H. Miller, W. Molhershed, Murphy, C. Nelson, M. Nixon, R. Oliver, J. Parris, W. Pearson, W. Piliard, R. Posey, F. R. Through means of an Al'lan'l'a newspaper, 336 Della Sigs 'rake a loolc al' 'lhe oulslcle world. Alpha amma hapter A couple of 'lypically dressed Della Sigs gleefully beal' each o'lher over 'lhe head. Prall, P. Riley, S. Rooks, W. Russ, J. Sauls, T. Scogqins, D. Sloan, W. Smiih, H. Smoak, M. Speiqhfs, R. Stevens, R. Slinnefl, W. Taylor, C. Thompson, J Tinsley, A. Transeau, L. Turner, R. Vaughn, W. Wallace, A. Wilkins, S. Wilkinson, W Wilson, J. Wrighl, D. Wrighl, R. "W S " .. , "" "-'uw' . nfliu DoN ENDOM . SAM HARRELL . BAYLEY WALKER TOM PERRY . Abercrombie, W Alrufz, L. Alston, M. Ballard, R. Bates, W. Bearden, D. Bennett, 'S. Bobbitt, H. Bowen, D. Bowen, W. Brilliant, D. Brock, J. Calcott, G. R. Calcott, G. B. Chanslor, D. Clark, W. Clayton, J. Coil, S. Crapps, D. Crumley, J. Crutchfield, J. Doss, M. Dundervill, W. E dom, D. F glier R. Farr h L. Fletche J. Forward, R. DON ENDOM, President MRS. JANE WILSON, Housemother OFFICERS . . . . . . . President Vice President . . Secretary . Treasurer Gamma Psi hapter HIGHLIGHTING THE Delt year was a surprise han- quet honoring housemother Mrs. ,lane Wilsonis 10th year with the chapter. Outstanding social events in- cluded the annual Rainbow Ball and the Spring house party-gala affairs .... Homecoming Weekend saw the Delts capture first place in the Reck Parade and Gordon Clayton's second place in the Cake Race. Varsity cheerleader Sonny Sammons led the brothers to victory in the IFC cheering contest .... Hal Reeves, Student Body President, led the student council, which included five other Delts. Paul Hodgdon served as president of Phi Eta Sigma, freshman honorary, and Ron Shipherd was elected president of Sigma Gamma Tau, A. E. honorary. Publications-Wise the Delts held seven editorships on the Technique and four on the Blue Print. l 338 DELT DELT .g. Frueauff, F. Gaver, C. Gibson, R. Gissing, P. Gofsch, R. Guihrie, L. Hanna, C. Haralson, W. Hardee, J. Hardy, J. eff, N: X l u l 1 - 1 'Q' T? -J' Chipper Chic, +he Delis' coniribuiion +o Tech's base- ball i'eam, geis his gifi' al 'lhe win+er quarier finale. ' wok 'ez-,rf Z Harrell, S. Hassler, C. Haughf, W. Heck, R. Heckman, R. Hodgdon, P. Hodges, E. Horfon, W. Jenkins, E. Jennings, R. Kampmeier, W. fan ,vs l Keifh, C. ' Krummel, J. Langsion, D. Lawler, R. Leonard, L. Malia, E. Massey, R. KIM. 'Q-7-'yrrif The Deli Chrisimas Parly was 'foo high class for Sania Claus, bul' his Confederaie cousin filled his big black boo'l's in very good siyle. 339 Gamma Psi hapter Matthews, T. McCloud, W. McDonough, R. McGuirf, C. Mitchell, W. Moody, T. Morris, H. Morton, J. Mullins, D. Neal, R. Newton, M. Parrish, L. Perry, T. Powell, H. Ready, J. Reed, S. Reeves, H. Rogers, B. Romberg, C. Roy, G. Sa-mmons, C. L . XSS J Q9 The only housemother Della Tau Della ever had, Mother Wilson acknowl- 4 4 'N YQ Q edges her boys' praise during 'line "Mother Wilson Tenth Anniversary" 7 x N banquet. ,fha M , ' l l Q . 1 il ll i f ' l ll' - .. '-11 i 'ri' A Tl 1 2 f'.:,fl,3+.1?f yy .r 340 MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Allen, R. Baines, R. Bates, R. Benzing, N. Cason, C. Chanslor, D. Cipollone, J. Colle, J. Dalton, R. Darden, B. Dougherty, F. Downey, R. Duloose, J. Fall, R. Gramlich, R. Hamer, R. Hoffman, I. Holliday, R. McKew, H. Pinholster, J. Pope, D. Shoemaker, E. St. John, J. Walker, C. Warner, R. Willett, S. DELTA TA DELTA 1 '- l fu 5,122 -Vi , fw X W w. WW , 'kilffy ii Q f 2, 1 ff v I. , , -4s,,w?f ff-'px "-ii.. ,. 'T' ABLE TO TURN ITSELF INSIDE OUT, THE DELT ENTRY RAN AWAY WITH FIRST PLACE IN THE l957 RAMBLIN RECK PARADE. 341 Shepherd, J. Sikes, D. Simmons, R. Smith, H. Smith, W. Smylhe, J. Spurlin, C. Tarpley, T. Vogan, A. Wainwrighf, R Walker, B. Walker, J. Ware, P. Warinner, F. Wafson, L. Webb, W. Wild, W. Wilenchek, S. Williams, M. Williams, R. Wilson, J. DELTA UPSILO Baker, J. Benson, J. Bri'H', M. DePriesf, J. MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Bergan, P. Cameron, J. GI'OSClf1, Dunham, K. - Durden, G. H3113 J' Edwards, M. Head, W, Gorbandf, c. Moss, S. Paul, D. Thompson, K. Tucker, R. Hammons, J. Harden, D. Huie, D. E. Huie, D. F. Wifh Parade 'lime quickly approaching, brofhers puf fina 'rouches on 'iheir wreck, which includes a handsome commode Finally finished, Delfa Upsilon's Ramblin Reck, a modified Buick, painfully coughs ils way up fhe long hill in a cloud of blue smoke. 342 Georgia Tech hapter DURING THE PAST YEAR the Delta Upsilon Col- ony at Tech has grown from a small group of deter- mined men to a fraternity demanding power and recognition. When DU received its charter in the spring of last year, immediate efforts were instigated toward either buying or building a house. These ef- forts were climaxed when the house at the corner of Techwood and 5th St. was purchased for the young group .... Under the guidance ol' Dave Tucker, this chapter has met every challenge with a determination that has impressed everyone .... Realizing the im- portance of the well-rounded engineer and the help that a fraternity can give to accomplish this goal, high emphasis has been placed on scholarship and social activity. Their social functions have been some- what limited so far but it is expected that there will be more when their house has been re-decorated and completed. Brothers, pledges, rushees, and dates enioy themselves in a variety ot ways at a Delta Upsilon tall rush party. f I 413 f a-aaa ga! ffa fwagyf, A 1-L5 fl. ,25'f,,Q 'f ,ff fi 'Z if '-" f 'ttt 1 z ,. DAVE TUCKER, President OFFICERS DAVE TUCKER . . . President DON HEAD . . . Vice President STRUT MURDOCH . . Secretary ORVIS KARL . . . Treasurer A bathing beauty catches an oversized ball thrown to her cluring one ot Delta Upsilon's many social events, a swimming party. DELT PSILO Humphrey, M. James, C. Jones, F. Karl, O. Lipperf, G. Marlin, G. Mcllvaune, J. Mulherin, R. One of 1-he brolhers +alces 'lo a quiel' corner 'ro read a long leH'er from 'lhe girl baclc home. The beginning of 'lhe firsl' inil'ial'ion ceremony ever lo be held A nalional officer pins a new brolher of Della Upsilon, as 'lhe in lhe Georgia Tech Chapier of Della Upsilon 'fakes place. inifialion of Georgia Tech Chap+er's firsl members nears end. 344 Georgia Tec hapter Murdoch, S. Peierson, R. Piifs, L. Smifh, L. Sfephens, H. Sfreef, H. Taium, 'S. Tomlin, H. Volkmer, W. InII'ia'I'ion ceremony over, cI1arI'er members TecI1's newesi' fraI'erniI'y share oongra'IuIa'rion THEIR FACES BETRAY THEIR PRIDE AS THE NEW BROTHERS WAIT TO SIGN THEIR NAMES IN THE REGISTER. 345 of S. W SIE! sig J: CHARLES CURRY BERT WILKINS . HENRY SNEAD PHIL COATES . Albritton, D. Allen, K. Ashby, R. Bach, W. Baggarley, J. Bagwell, J. Barber, P. Barnard, R. Barton, R. Beard, J. Birdsong, J. Bossaqe, E. Boswell, W. Bowyer, F. Bradley, D. Branch, T. Brown, C. Bryant, C. CHARLES CURRY, President MRS. DORSEY WARE, Housemother OFFICERS . .... . . President . Vice President . Secretary . . . Treasurer Alpha Si ma R hapter KNOWN AS THE GROUP with the Southern tradi- tion, the Kappa Alpha Order at Georgia Tech has enjoyed another successful and productive year. The highlight of the year was the completion of their new 581,000 dormitory addition to their house on Tech- wood Drive .... The highlight of the social season was the famous Old South Ball held each year in the Spring Quarter. For the occasion all pledges, hroth- ers, and dates wear southern outfits. Other outstand- ing social events include the Rose Formal and the Christmas Party. At the Rose Formal the outstanding pledge and the new Rose is named .... The KA's always manage to have a well-rounded year hy ap- pearing near the top in fraternity scholarship aver- ages. Last year they came in second. 346 KAP PA LPHA 1 - . ' - H '-"WHT -Llfi 7 E l f- V '!5n' w, T, 'L Q T 'l , L- X ilvnql I 55223 K ' -Sv - - 1 if U -- E I lu 1 --' v .-:,,,,,gY:. I : , - lg 'I l gill gzhgl, F? ,M VV l r iasev -f I '+R --1: fififonw- H H Burke, D. Busbee, W. Caldwell, Carler, L. Chasfain, Coales, P. Cobb, R. Collins, 6 Converse, Cook, C. Cook, F. R. J. R Crudup, J. Curry, J. Easlland, Ellis, J. M Eubanks, L. Fournier, Fuller, T. F. Garner, R. Geren, P. Gurley, T. Heine, G. Holt, A. Howard, H. A couple of l'l1e genllemen of l'l1e old Soulh lake aim on lhe Lambda Chi's. Alpha Sigma happter Howe, P. Huey, S. Jackson, C. Johnson, J. Leisler, F. Lilly, B. Lowe, T. Marlin, H. Marlin, T. Malhews, J. McCowen, D. Miles, E. Miles, R. Milchell, T. Moore, C. Moreland, J. Nelson, R. Paiferson, W. Perkins, J. Philips, C. Ramseur, A. Resler, A. Rocks, J. Rowe, J. The Kappa Alpha Ramblin Reck enlry finishes i'l's rough ramble 'lo 'rhe archiieclure parking lol' in good slyle. Juslifiably proud of iheir new dormiiory wing, par'l' of which is here picl-ured, KAs impalienlly looked 'lo iis final complelion. MEMBERS NOT PI Bailey, A. Barker, G. Beach, Chew, G. F. Farmer, D. Hamm ons, J. Jackson, J. Johnson, R. Kaney, T. Lane, R. Lilly, QI. lVlcKin ley, S. KAP PA AL P HA CTURED Mc Pherson, G. Mendenhall, l'l. Miraglia, E. Moss, T. Moulton, R. Murphy, G. Owen, J. Plyer, D. Preston, I. Robin, T. Wooclwarcl, D. IN JOVIAL MOOD, MEN OF THE KA ORDER WAIT WITH STARS AND BARS Schuffe, H. Segresf, M. Sheffield, J. Smiih, W. Snead, H. Sfacey, W. Sfeele, J. Sfone, J. Tabor, C. Tinney, J. Tisinger, D. Todd, G. Tolberi, J. Truly, R. Valenfine, C. VanLandIngham, Walker, R. Weafherwax, K. Wessenauer, J. Wiggens, A. Wilkins, A. Williamson, J. WyaH, H. Yokley, E. 349 A Beck, J. Berry, A. Bornhauser, E. Breard, A. Brickley, L. Brindley, R. Buxfon, A. Byrd, B. Carson, G. CI'1iIIcuH, B. Coffing, S. Curlee, J, Daniel, D. Davis, J. Delind, J. Feild, R. Feliy, H. Fleming, J. KA PA S GM H , WI ,mm mm -:STE--Q i vuuh- V I m m M sl 5 KAPPA SIGMA'S THIRD PLACE WINNER USED A GIANT YELLOW JACKET 350 ? Alpha Tau hapter WITH JOE ROGERS heading the chapter, the HSnap- persi' started oil their sixty-third year at Tech with a great rush season. Always a leader in the IFC race the 6th and Fowler crew took the fraternity and school football championships and 3rd place in the home- coming decorations. Numerous house dances, 2 house parties and the crowning event of the social calendar, the annual Star Dust Ball, all went over well as the self-reputed party champions of the school did their hest to retain the title .... English Thornwell was elected Vice President of the Student Body. Also ae- tive in the Student Council were Armand Breard and Jim Davis. Jack Schmidt was the two-term president of the Bulldog Club. Schmidt and Thornwell both made Who's Who. Q I . JOE ROGERS, President MRS. MARRIANNE HERDIC, Housemorher OFFICERS JOE Rooms . . . President CHARLES GIBSON . . Vice President BILL Goonr-naw . . . Secretary TOMMY SMITH . . Treasurer Frederick, R. Gibson, C. Gibson, W. Goodhew, J. Harden, J. Harrell, D. Harris, L. Hilliard, C. Hines, J. Hyde, J. Jackins, G. Jahnke, W. Jones, M. Jones, R. King, W. Knight, E. Knight, F. Liles, J. 351 KAP PA I GMA FIRST STRING MEMBERS OF KAPPA SIGMA'S ROUGH 'N' READY FOOTBALL TEAM ASSUME THEIR POSITIONS. 7 l J MEMBERS Nor , PICTURED Boutwell, G. Bridges, R. Carnmack, C. Coley, K. Denson, W. Edwards, J. A Fleming, W. I Fonville, A. Frantz, J. l Gentry, V. I Harms, F. , Haynie, W. T Howe, C. Mclntyre, P. Musser, C. Soderholm, R. Stacy, H. Stallings, D. Walters, W. I Lyon, W. McCoy, W. Miller, P. Missrocm, A. Missroom, J. Mifchell, J. Mullen, S. Murrah, B. Neal, J. Nelson, C. Nickels, A. O'DonneIl, P. Parker, C. Peckinpauqh, C. Pierce, J. Presfon, G. Quafflebaum, W. Reece, R. 352 lpha Tau Chapter A newspaper, a nolebook, and an unseen lelevision screen oc- cupy a'H'en'lions of Kappa Sigs cluring a belween-classes break. l l l Rogers, L. Saunders, R. Schmidf, J. Sledge, J. Smilh, G. Smifh, T. Souler, H. Slrain, L. Thompson, W. Thornwell, E. Waldron, J. Ware, J. Williams, J. Wilson, R. Winn, S. Young, W. 'Schwanebeclg J. Schwanebeck, W. Four aclvenlurous Kappa Sigs inspecl' an aqualung underwaler ou'l'fil' and palienlly wail for warmer wealher 'l'o slwow ils N elf. 353 QCII, 'f1-' i 2 'flf - + f X'v.a,gzi9 CHAP HERRMAN BUDDY WEBB DEAN HERRON SONNY LIGON Allan, J. Aydlett, C. Bains, F. Baker, G. Balcerak, R. Barber, R. Beavers, R. Black, R. Bleakley, C. Bliss, R. W. Bliss, R. N. Bly, T. Bond, D. Bonds, C. P. Boykin, J. Bo les, C. Y Broadfoot, G. Broadfoot, L. Brookins, N. Brown, H. Chapman, J. Clark, J. Clifton, R. Cook, M. Dahlke, C. Day, R. Diesen, B. Dodd, D. CHAP HERRMAN, President MRS. GLADYS JONES, Housemother OFFICERS . . . . . President . . Vice President . . Secretary . Treasurer Beta Kappa hapter TO IMPROVE SOCIAL, scholastic, and campus activ- ity interest has been the motto of the Beta Kappa Chap- ter of Lambda Chi Alpha for 57-58. To achieve their high goals, sights were set on the IFC and Scholarship Trophies. The brothers and pledges worked hard to- gether at the books and at intramural sports, and at the IFC-sponsored events in order to win these awards . . . Far from being unsocial, the Lambda Chi7s each year have a host of social functions such as rush parties, Founder's Day, the annual Christmas party for underprivileged children, and the highlight of the year, the Crescent Ball, where the Sweetheart is named . . . As for interest in extra-curricular activities the Lambda Chi's always manage to have represen- tatives in all student organizations and clubs on cam- pus. 5 l 54: l l l l l l LA BDA CHI ALPHA :za af, One of lhe largesl and mos+ popular of +he Home- coming displays was 'lhis gianl iackel' dunking a blue devil. l mmm. am .1 P 7-1 ' 7? v'-xl -1' .' li ,al Donnelly, L. Dunaway, M Ellis, G. Epps, W. Erickson, J. Erskine, F. Eudy, C. Fishback, A Garrell, W. Gilberf, G. Goifman, L. Graesser, E. Hannon, R. Harken, O. Hawkins, H. Henkel, G. Henon, P. Herrman, C Herron, R. Hoefges, R. Hughes, D. Hunfer, R. Johnson, G. Keys, N. King, 6. Kurfz, H. Ligon, C. Lindauer, R. An exlremely gruesome scene from 'rhe Lambda Chi Alpha Sou+h Sea Island parly, held during a successful rush week Manella, J. McCleskey, J. McCollum, J. McCormick, F. McGarrily, A. McLendon, J. Meadows, P. Meadows, R. Middlebrooks, J. Miller, D. Monroe, D. Moseley, J. Newfon, R. Norlon, L. Paisley, C. Parker, R. Phelps, P. Plemmons, J. Preddy, B. Puckefl, B. Querry, W. Reeder, C. Risse, B. Roffe, F. Sallinger, S. Shiver, M. Sledge, H. Smifh, B. MEM Adams, L. Barrier, R. Bowen, R. Brayman, W. Duskin, J Federer, D. Kelly, J. Meadows, I. Michon, J. The Clwrislmas l'ree is forgo'H'en as a dale examines 'l'l1e newesl' in BERS NOT PICTU RED Moss, G. McGowan, Reed, C. Hobisch, C. Waller, S. Warner, R. Wev. P. Wilburn, J. LAMBDA CHI ALPHA A prized possession of Lambda Chi Alpha, 'I'his huge 'rrophy pro- vides an excelleni ou+Ie+ for ex+ra pledge energy. Whai' for is 'rhe paddle? 357 Smiih, C. 'Smi+h, W. E. Smith, W. L. Snodgrass, A. Sfafham, J. Stowe, J. Sullivan, D. Swann, R. Sylvesier, J. Taylor, P. Toland, R, Toler, J. Toups, L. Toups, R. Tuner, H. Verner, J. Warner, W. Weathers, G. Webb, D. Wiggins, W. Wilson, W. Adamson, J. Ballief, M. Banks, T. Bauknighf, C. Beavers, C. Beckham, E. Beckham, W. Bell, M. Benlley, J. Boswell, W. Brandf, P. Bruce, .l. Carlin, J. Cafes, G. Chambers, T. Cooper, C. Copeland, A. Copeland, M PHI DELTA THETA Z! ij ll wifi e L if : if .- :sa e. 2.42 555515 S ' 5 ., , f ,- X 7 -'--"- ' :2 ' - , ? A Phi Dell aclive supervises lhe washing of his aulomobile while a Phi Dell pledge obligingly performs lhe dirly work. Georgia Delta hapter THE GEORGIA DELTA Chapter of Phi Delta Theta amassed a record in 57-58 that they are extremely proud of . . . Under the leadership of King Sims and Jean Mori, the Phi Deltis began the year by moving into the new addition to their house and by adding thirty-eight men to their ranks . . . As the year progressed they accumulated IFC points 'by placing third with their Rambling Reck in the Homecoming Parade, and by winning or placing in other IFC events . . . Their outstanding social events include a Winter Formal, a Sweetheart Ball, House parties, and numerous parties and dances at the house . . . Probably their greatest achieve- ment was in campus activities. ,lean Mori was elected to ANAK, ODK, and secretary of the Student Council. Paul Vickers was in ANAK, ODK, and was treasurer of the Stu- dent Council. Other campus leaders were Tom Hall, George Cates, and Bobby Turner. JEAN MORI, President MRS. WARREN HELMS, Housemother JEAN Mom . Russ HARRIS HENRY ESKEW PAUL PRICE OFFICERS ,. JPEQSJR' 'L - i'-M5 2'1" vw-WZ . President Vice President . Secretary . Treasurer Cronk, J. Davis, R. Delaney, J. Dennis, P. Dillon, J. Dudley, R. Dunlap, K. Eppinger, E. Everil-t, H. Ewing, M. Freeman, W. Goodson, J. Hall, T. Harrell, F. Harris, B. F. Hensick, M. Herbert, C. Herbert, D. PHI DELT THET Warclning "American Bancls+and" is a popular pasrime wi+l1 'I'l1e Phi Delis, a few of whom apparenrly see somerhing much +o 'rheir liking. MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Allison, R. Barner, J. Bennett, M. Blakely, T. Brooks, W. Carmer, D. Carter, B. Chambless, H. Cleveland, J. Cooper, J. Cornwall, C. Crockard, F. Curtis, D. Eskew, H. Fowlkes, S. Goode, M. Grigg, S. Harris, R. Holman, J. Jackson, W. Keeble, W. Kennedy, D. Martin, W. Morgan, H. Murray, J. Porter, M. Smith, H. Stipe, H. Tennison, J. Thigpen, H. Thurman, J. Ward, R. Webster, B. Williams, D Horne, J. Jacobs, G. Key, A. Knighi, J. Lacy, O. Lesesne, B. Maddox, W. Maury, R. McCook, J. McDaniel, C. McDonald, B. Moore, J. Mori, J. Morrison, J. Nance, J. Norfon, E. Nunn, S. Paterson, J. Pafferson, D. Patterson, W. Peake, M. Powell, C. Price, P. Radcliff, s. 360 Georgia Delta hapter Radford, G. Rankin, V. Roberls, P. Saacke, C. Saacke, R. Schanbacher, O. Sherlock, G. Shoemaker, J. Simerville, L. Sims, W. Smifh, D. Smiih, J. Smyfh, E. Solomon, S. Siarnes, J. Slrickland, E. Tabor, M. Tucker, J. Turner, R. Vickers, P. Walker, W. Walz, J. Wheeless, L. Wrighl, B. Making an aHemp+ lo lurn l'heir palio inl'o an ice rink, lhese Phi Also a favorile paslime among 'rhe lroops is cardplaying: l'he Dells clo nor become loo involved 'l'o oblige 'rhe pholographer. Phi Dells were a heavy 'lavorile +o lake 'rhe bridge irophy. awe-.,. f e. 'eW4'w2w'Mf.-W.: :ful , 53 fy? PAUL WEXLER JERRY COSNER . BARRY SUGERMAN BEIRNE PRAGER Alper, C. Q Arnowlch, W. Belin, E. Brenner, S. Clein, R. Cohen, A. S. Cohen, A. J. Cohen, E. Cosner, J. Epstein, G. Feinman, H. Friedman, E. Gehr, M. Gershon, A. Goldwasser, J. Halpern, G. Hillman, G. Kahn, L. PAUL WEXLER, President MRS. JUANITA BELT, Housemother OFFICERS . . . President Vice President . . Secretary . Treasurer Xi hapter UNDER THE LEADERSHIP of Paul Wexler, Jerry Cosner, and Beirne Prager, the Xi Chapter of Phi Epsilon Pi added iifteen new men to their rolls as a result of rush week. From here through the Fall, Winter, and Spring quarters, the Phi Eps gained rec- ognition through their outstanding social functions as well as their activity-minded members. Beirne Prager led the fraternity in activities as business manager of the Blue Print and as manager of the baseball team. Lloyd Kahn was vice president of the Executive Roundtable and Darryl Mexic and Bill Arnowich par- ticipated in freshman sports .... Of their many social outings, the most popular Was the Dream Girl Coro- nation Ball. At this formal dance, Miss Lainy Lesser was named Sweetheart. PIII EPI ILO PI MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Abrams, S. Morrell, I-I. Boiarsky, H. Ness, K. Brown, R. Prisoant, L. Cone, C. Robinson, Engel, R. Snydeh S- Gavron, Ii. Sossin, J- Cudelsky, E. Strauss, O. Markus, G. Ziff, A- Miller, W. J fi f GG X' ,I PM 1 - wg: i i, 1139 n -- ' as ia' f --N .V P' ' K 1 vU ' f 'f'- Leiier, D. Lesser, N. Lewis, R. Levin, R. Mexic, D. Newburger, S. Nicholson, S. Prager, B. Rosen, M. Schwariz, J. Schwariz, R. Smiih, K. Somersfein, D. Sugerman, B. Walier, H. Weiss, P. Wexier, P. Winkler, A. Five of 'rhe broihers begin a ho'r iam session in ihe basemeni' of 'rheir house, praciicing, perhaps, for a coming combo pariy. 363 Abafe, C. Alderman, J. Anderson, D. Baker, J. Branan, W. Brown, J. Brown, J. Campbell, J. Carpenfer, R. Cash, A. Champion, L. Chaney, J. Clark, C. Clark, M. Connelly, R. Creswell, J. Cromwell, J. DeLaney, D. PHI CAM A DELTA Baker, B. Estes, H. Grimes, D. Hornaday, Martin, A. Probst, W. 364 Two Fijis and +l1eir fabulous dales have llwemselves a real nafural ball MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Collings, C. Cornelius, J. G Gamma Tau hapter WHILE ANXIOUSLY AWAITING for a chance to build a new fraternity house, Phi Gamma Delta at Georgia Tech had an excellent year. Sporting thirty- eight new pledges, and a group of activity and scho- lastic minded members, the Gamma Tau Chapter gained a lot of prestige on campus .... Leading iII extra-curricular activities in the fraternity was Bill White who was Editor of the Tecltnique, in ODK, ANAK, Who's Who, and a member of the Student Council. ln addition there were a host of others that were active in many campus organizations .... High- lighting their social season were many house dances, the traditional Fiji Formal, the Fiji Island Party, and treasure hunts .... Also interested in intramural sports, the chapter got together and played hard to place in many IFC sponsored events. STAN LANE, President' MRS. D. R. DIAL, I-lousemother STAN LANE . JIM MATHIS . . . SONNY ALDERMAN BILL WHITE . OFFICERS 365 , A Iv if 1 1 . President . Secretary . Treasurer . Historian Denby, D. Dewhlrst, J. Efderd, R. Everett, l. Feagln, L. Fllmer, C. Fincher, W. Frankum, S. Guffin, O. Hager, R. Harmon, R. Harris, A. Harsh, D. Hart, J. Hazlett, R. Head, P. Hill, H. Holcomb, B. PHI G TMA DELT --.14 " Hormberg, R, Hudson, J. Jones, N. Kinsley, R. Knight, W4 Lane, R. Marbury. R. Marfin, W. Mathis, J. McCullough, McLain, G. Meill, M. Miller, G. Mooney, W. Myers, T. Nichols, O. Parker, J. Piffs, J. EASY FELLOW: THOSE EYES MIGHT POP RIGHT OUT OF YOUR HEAD - T 366 - l W 1 amma Tau hapter Renfz, D. Richardson, J. Rusf, J. Saunders, C. I AN EXTREMELY TENSE MOMENT IN A BATTLE OF CHAMPIONS. Schumacher, W. ShuI'Iz, J. Simmons, E. Spies, J. Sfeves, R, Tidwell, E. Turner, H. Waliers, L. Warnock, B. Wellons, D. Whife, W. Whifesides, R. Wickersham, T. Willoughby, J. A NOT SO TENSE MOMENT DURING A BREAK BETWEEN CLASSES. 367 on xg' , yziizfqxf ,f ff! -:ini-. Ii 3' -4-f' N 45 f",,.,N 1 fray.-avr -E f v ,f 4, X, ,mei 2 .va B0B EDWARDS JIM TROBAUGH BOB SHELDON SID KISNER Amason, J. Baker, D. Bates, J. Bond,'C. Braisted, F. Brooker, B. Brown, R. Clements, H. Davenport, M. Denny, C. Dodge, W. Downing, B. Edwards, R. Eisinqer, J. ErIenkoHer, D. Evans, F. Figge, I. Gallion, G. BOB EDWARDS, President Mrs. W. D. BULLOCK, Housemother OFFICERS . . President Vice President . . Secretary . Treasurer Alpha I1 hapter FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITY of Pennsylvania in 1850, Phi Kappa Sigma has expanded til today there are nearly iifty chapters throughout the country and in Canada. The Alpha Nu Chapter was founded at Tech in 1904 and became the seventh fraternity on campus . . . The men of Phi Kappa Sigma have con- tinually given other fraternities trouble with their domineering attitude in intramural sports. Year after year they win or place in nearly all of the IFC spon- sored sports contests in their league . . . Not to be de- nied in social activities either, the Phi Kappa Sigmas each year celebrate at their Pledge-Brother Formal, and the annual Black and Cold Formal. One event that everyone enjoys is the Christmas Party for or- phans, held just before the Christmas holidays. PHI KAPPA SIG. I-Ioma s, R. HuIch'nson, L. Irwin, R. Jacoby, J. Keal, W. Galloway, D. n I Kellam, A. Kisner, J. Kleff, R. L'Hommedieu, F Lindsay, H. Marlin, H. McKee, M. Miller, J. Millikan, R. Moore, H. Norlon, D. Pearson, 6. No, 'l'l1is is nol a Iypical French scene, il is jusl' a couple of old Plni Kaps and 'Il1eir women al' a Phi Kappa rush parly. TWO PHI KAP FRENCHIES DIG A SAMPLE OF GOOD OLD AMERICAN MUSIC. lpha I1 Chapter Perry, B. Praff, F. :ga af 4 1 I - "'- ,,,-,,4..g1:5" '?ggX f M- I -NNA f Fubq-E-h Sh JI -5515255-la l 9 :EEE "I lisiliriar- uler' G' fu 1 ... -ns: ul. u.-. .l 5225 555:22 - 3 1lll1l: Fill:-Iiii' img- -ag? ,. . -.. A :.:1: 1 ,u.l.,l..Inl f-my I ' gl' 1' ""'al N iiiiliiiglll fe v M,,l47SC Av f A Smilh,Z. F cgi' ' af J "W , JL: Sfarr, R. Sfrobo, R. lf +his energefic pledge has raked up all of 'rhe grass-! Acfually 'rhe Phi Kaps had a rough +ime growing 'l'he si'uFF. The Phi Kappa Sigma s'l'ar'ring "eleven" pose 'For posleriiyg ac+ive in all realms of afhlelics, 'lhis 'ream was especially successful. 370 PHI KAPPA SIGM The Phi Kappa Sigma Ramblin' Reclc Parade enlry burs'l's forl'l1 in a cloud of smoke +o begin ils long and 'lorlurous lrip up l'l'1e hill. Sweeney, P. Thomas, J. Thornberry, J. Trobaugh, J. Ullenberg, R. Wallace, R. Waller, D. Websler, E. Wells, W. Wesley, W. Willoughby, W. Wood, J. 371 MEMBERS NOT PICTU RED Agee, J. Byars, H. Carmichael, N Dicarlo, C. Harris, R. Harrison, F. Hurst, J. Penny, D. Sheldon, H. Vasilakos, B. lxlilson, C. PHI KAP PA TA Arnold, J. Baker, L. Bearden, F. Borom, W. Canfield, F. Cannizzaro, L. Childress, C. Christensen, R. Clark, J. Cloninger, W. Cook,A. Curtis, J. Durling, R. Ervin, R. Fowler, J. Gallman, H. Gomes, F. Habeeb, J. Hair, L. Hall, C. Hawk, R. Hollister, H. Hudson, G. Hunder, R. Judd, D. Kleiman, C. Laidlaw, S. Law, J. INTELLECTUALS OF PHI KAPPA TAU ENGAGE IN A GAME OF CHESS. 372 ITT- Li:-Q -f H A 'nf '- ifaaiasiaei.-is . .2 li lg 'l --i E-I:.FfE , . f Eh ,,.., -,,,.- ..,- f Z, ' ' MEMBERS NOT PICTU RED Cotter, R. Surber, E. Harris, R. Whitaker, R Keaton, R. Wilkins, J. McMahon, W. Young, J. Starr, R. Youngblood, J Alpha Rho hapter ALTHOUGH SMALL IN number, the members of Phi Kappa Tau make up for their size by devoting a lot of their time and effort to building a strong fra- ternity. They do this by winning sporting events, en- couraging scholarship, and promoting interest in campus activities .... To demonstrate this interest, they boast of Troy Norris who is a member of ANAK, and President of the lnterfraternity Council. Others belong to many varied clubs around the campus .... Each year all the brothers and pledges shell out those greenbacks to finance a Christmas Party for under- privileged children. The outstanding social function of the year is their formal held during the Fall Quarter when the Sweetheart is named. They also have several dances at the house and many house parties. Www Gigi- 4, 1 fi? .1 7 ,V I CARLTON HALL, President MRS. GERTRUDE SUCHKE, Housemoiher OFFICERS CARLTON HALL . ..... . President DICK HUNDER . . Vice President BOB Bonoiu . . Secretary JIM YOUNG . . Treasurer Malloy, L. Marks, C. Marks, J. Marrocco, D. May, R. McConnel, J. McMillen, J. Mulloy, J. Murphy, C. Norris, T. Percival, D. Petrie, L. Phillips, J. Robinson, O. Rozelle, J. Shamp, J. Spencer, J. Springer, D. Stanley, B. Stover, J., Teague, W. Thompson, J. Weathers, L. Wells, R. Willis, W. Worrill, J. Wray, J. Young, R. ,, at , n2w,:g:.:: . 1' ',,g -2"'ff,a',-ig-QW, 1 , ,.wA.1if1'Q-jf',,t-gtwyffff' 3:51325 BOB EDELMAN, President MRS. DOROTHY TOUCHSTONE, Housemother OFFICERS BOB EDELMAN . .... . . President BOB ADAMS . . . Vice President RON STALLINGS . . . Secretary BILL KINSLOW . . Treasurer Kappa Deuteron hapter DURING THEIR TI-IIRTY-FIFTH year at Tech, the Phi Sigma Kappa's have rolled up an admirable record. They hold claim to men in virtually every organization on campus, and in nearly all varsity sports. Two Phi Sigma Kappa,s were on the starting line-up for the Yellow Jacket basketball team this year. They are Gary Phillips and Bud Blemker. Blemker was also a star pitcher for the baseball team. . . . Another of their outstanding accomplishments is their lighting spirit which they have demonstrated in all competitive events that they enter. This year they Won the IFC sponsored Blood Drive and the Home- coming Display. Their social calendar has already been busy. One of their outstanding parties this year was a Playboy Party which was a tremendous success. Another big dance was their l7'ouncler's Day Formal. Adams, R. Amfmons, R. Ballman, A. Banchefti, J. Benkovlch, J. Blakely, R. Blemker, R. Blyth, C. Borkenhagen, R. Bradner, H. Caldwell, J. Carron, E. Cherpak, D. Cherry, J. Coakley, R. Congdon, R. Cooke, W. Cox, A. PHI IG A KAPPA Nm l Cox, W. Creel, R. Daly, P. Dascanio, J. Davis, J. DeWolfe, D. Duncan, R. Edelman, R. Fisher, G. Flelcher, C. Funk, B. Garanyi, N. Gibson, T. Gilliam, W. Girard, E. Grabuskie, J. Green, L. Greenlee, D. Even 'lhe Pla bo rabbil' macle an a earance al +l1e Phi Y Y PP Sigma Kappa parl'y of l'l1e year, +l1e popular Playboy Parly. ' ww' f - 0 Amid a round of applause, Playmale Janice Thread- gill walks 'Forward l'o accepl' formal congral'ula'l'ions Kappa Deuteron fhapter Orovns, N. Olmdnqno, V. Gunn, R. I-lczlllnq, W. llornn, J. Howull, K. I-Iuqhns. L. Hughes, T. Huqlmy, W. lsqvltu, l-I. Johmon, W. Kemp. W. Kully, W. Kluslow, W. Kluvucz, R. Leroy, W. Lohr, R. Lownclos, R. Luodors, R. , Muriln, M. Mnyo, N. McDonald, W. Muyur, E. Moorn, J. The nafionally famous four Techniques proudly presen+ exfra-losf cos+ en+er1'ainmen+ for very proud "bro+hers." .... , M . .... .5-'NR -u-. Q I . ' h- V LLQXL Ll, i PHI SIGMA KAPPA MEM lslynt, J. l-lemmerly, D. Kaclielhofer, VF. Kelly, B. Linrlsay, lf. Miller, W. BERS NOT PICTURED Mullinax, R. Ryan, D. Sack, H. Silvert, J. Walker, E. Wilmot, C. Four members of Phi Sig bridge club engage in an infensely in+ellec+ual session of l'lear'l's. Nichol, H. Ohrfman, D. Olson, R. Phillips, 6. Redd, R. Reeves, R. Rinell, J. Roeseke, D. Rogers, S. Shipman, T. Snedden, W. Spence, H. Squires, C. Stallings, J. Slarrefl, R. 'Surles, R. Thurman, H. Turner, M. Walker, J. Walers, J. Wells, L. Willson, A. Wolfe, R. Womble, M. Bird, J. Brillon, T. Cain, M. Chappell, 6. Clark, C. Conley, W. Copeland, W. Crownover, R. DeHaye, D. Dykstra, W. Gable, R. Godfrey, C. Grisl, A. Guesf, R. Hamblen, R. Harrell, W. Harris, C. Hawthorne, l-I. PI KAPP LPH li -P EE - - . EF! 4 .4 :Eg g iii! -EEEE.E:'Ei5 " V ET2!:Ei!2:::- -' :::ieE u-iii.i:""-i 1113.11 !lnllllp:::llh -5.-:..,:::- :::::::,----:rl ,., llc- ia'-"--' -lunar - 1-2- ifl Eiessszaeaaiii i:::'-2-s-:E ::::::::::::::a sr-'SEEEE-J: ::::::::::s::i I' h .W giaizr-as ig-,-55515511 ' fue, --E 5 -4' ' N La.--Q. ,, ' - F HOMECOMING QUEEN SUE REDFERN, OSCAR, JOHN, BOWEN, SPECK 378 Alpha Delta hapter THE PIKES HAD a banner year this term under the direction of Van Hudson. They began by becoming bowling champions of their league. Plans made for a new house were completed and the wheels began turning to bring this to a reality . . . Social season made the life of the Pikes easier under the heavy load of school work. The main event was the Black and White Formal held at the Standard Town and Coun- try Club. Other social outings unique to the Pikes include the Possum Hunt and the Bottle Hunt . - . The men who lead the Pikes on the campus are Van Hud- son, a member of Sigma Pi Sigma, the Physics Club, Tau Beta Pi, the student council, and the RAMBLER staff. Dorn Thomas was president of the Vets Club, and a member of Phi Eta Sigma, Eta Kappa Nu, Phi Kappa Phi, Kappa Kappa Psi, and Tau Beta Pi. ? aft? I VAN HUDSON, President' MRS. H. A. MOSELEY, Housemorher OFFICERS VAN HUDSON . . . . President DICK CROWNOVER . . . Vice President JIM SNYDER . . . Secretary SPENCE GODFREY . . Treasurer Hawthorne, H. Hemphill, J. Hendry, A. Hollingsworth, W. Hoover, R. H d J owar , .V Hudson, C. Kendall, R. King, E. King, R. Kirchof-F, W. Kraft, J. Layne, J. Madden, C. Marquis, J. Matson, W. Mays, H. McDaniel, R. PI KAPPA ALPHA A magician en'I'er'Iained a'I' Ihis PiKA smoker O'Kon's senses have Iong since Iaken leave I McNieI, C. Miller, M. Morris, J. Neal, H. O'KeIIey, J. O'Kon, J. O'NeaI, E. Osborne, F. Parnelle, J. Pike, R. W. Pike, R. D. Pilkingion, G. Porferfield, C. PruiH, F. Radford, R. Ramsay, E. Rush, T. Salier, E. . ED KING: GODFREY, MILLER, HARRIS, AND DATES, AND HENDRY LIVE IT UP 380 lpha Delta Chapter THE PIKES PLACED THEIR HOPES ON THIS MONSTROSITY OF METAL, HERE SHOWN MAKING A TRIAL RUN. 381 Salier, R. Smith, D. Smifh, M. Snyder, J. Soufherland, H Sfeadham, B, Siewarf, W. Suffon, D. Tenpenny, A. Thomas, J. Thompson, W. Van Kleeck, J. Vrooman, P. Wheeler, W. Wilfong, J. Woodward, D. Wundram, E. Zeller, O. MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Bishop, L. Brooking, H. Delafosse, R. Humphlett, W. James, C. McWaters, J. Miller, A. Scharar, F. Woodbery, J. 46 4 R ,, X ,W .-5, kink, :A jxzylff 'f Q v 'A 41 TONY CARRILLO, President MRS. T. LOWNDES, Housemother OFFICERS ToNY CARRILLO . Bos CHAFEE . . . JERRY SAFFORD . BOB RENEAU . . 1' si s X XN:kNXg N Q ' ' I ! I iggegsxxax- , fs A iiii fsiiiig ,if fs..i ,v s5g I -' f' l-1111 . " I ' E515 5125" 1 -lg Iilll is 2--ini! 1 if ga- QE SQQE f Ui.-E: -'--4. . ,fl Y'1.- 0 " Presitlent Treasurer Secretary Historian Agua YO Burbank W Cafasso A Ca rrill A Chafee R Cherry B Copeman R Dewhurst R Eaton, G 382 Iota hapter Pl KAPPA PHI BEGAN making plans for their addi- tion to the house this year. The new annex is to include rooms for the housemother and a new dining room. The Pi Kapps are the only men on campus who have both a house mother and father. Mr. and Mrs. Lowndes are there to help the boys whenever the need arises .... Bob Dewhurst, a member of the varsity track team, was the fraternity7s outstanding athlete. At the annual Rose Ball in February, President Joe Luciani named Miss Francis Mitchel the new Pi Kappa Phi Rose .... Pi Kappa Phi has had many outstand- ing members in its history. Some of the most respected members of the Tech faculty are alumni or active members, two of which are Dean Ralph Hefner and Dean George Griliin. PI KAP PA PIII Folds, J. Hayman, W. Locklear, J. Luciani, J. Murray, J. Pelers, B. Pefif, P. Reneau, R. Safford, J. Shaw, R. Siggelkow, R. Smith, L. MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Dittman, W. Hicks, J. Irvin, I. Lowndes, T. Mallory, H. Michel, J. Vanderhorn, R Whitehead, I. Woodman, T. Wilh Elvis in 'l'he Army, lhis Pi Kap compefiior may be well on his way 'lo naiional fame and glory. A Pi Kappa Phi ham hams H' up over his shorl' wave broad- casiing and receiving sei' during a lull a+ 'lhe house. 383 ICMA ALPHA EPSILO Allen, A. Allen, B. Allen, J. Aufrey, D. Bailey, R. Barry, A. Bealfy, T. Bickersiaff, H. Bowen, F. Branan, J. Brasingfon, W. Brewsier, J. Bunch, H. Burnelle, R. Byers, H. Bynum, J. Carmichael, G. Carmichael, R. While 'lhe Presideni of Georgia Phi Chapl'er of SAE siands by 'l'he newly seleclecl Sweelhearl' of SAE is pinned by proud escor'l'l gx LEG " 'A 'J -1-. 'T:..:1E--. -in s J, :Ill E ' nl sa., - lllllll if ff - f as Aaron, F. Alexander, W. Anderson, E. Beadles, C. Bellingrath, W. Bond, J. Brown, L. Buck, R. Charnley, R. Clarke, J. Coggins, J. Cook, J. Cox, J. DeVaughn, C. Doss, C. Draper, G. Dunlap, J. Easterlin, P. - X, -1- - . i ' , I- L MEMBERS NOT PlCTURED Eaves, B. Logue, D. Ellis, R. Maier, F. Evans, C. Maier, H. Fowler, R. lVIcCalley, R. George, F. McGaughey, W. Gignilliat, T. Moore, J. Gillem, R. Nichols, R. Glenn, J. Parker, A. Hamilton, C. Perkins, J. Harris, H. Phillips, J. Hawkinson, T. Riley, J. Higginbotham, R. Roane, P. Illges, A. Simkins, G. Jenkins, H. Singleton, T. Johnson, B. Smith, D. Law, W. Smith, T. Leclbetter, Pm. Thomason, J. Lindsey, L. Wainer, D. Georgia Phi hapter ENJOYING THE NEW addition to their house, the Georgia hi Chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity again had a banner year in 57-58. Led by several outstanding seniors, the SAE,s made the other fra- ternities look up and take notice as they began the new school year with thirty-eight new pledges .... As the year progressed the prospects looked even greater as the campus leaders such as Buddy Parker, Bob Hill, Roger Fleming, Pete Roane, Sam Fleming, Tom- my Roberts, and Victor Beadles led the fraternity in extra-curricular activities .... The SAE social cal- endar has been one that never has been overlooked. Throughout the year there were house dances and to climax each quarter there was a house party. Probably the outstanding social event was the Hsnowed-in" house party at Lake Winfield Scott. Jef I :W-f' sf?" 2, Af 6 ROGER FLEMING, President MRS. ANNE MCCLAIN, Housemoiher OFFICERS ROGER FLEMING . . . President PETE ROANE . . Vice President BOB HILL . . Secretary SAM FLEMINC . . Treasurer Clark, O. Cope, O. Fleming, R. Fleming, S. Fugitt, B. Fulcher, S. Garrett, J. Glenn, M. Greene, R. Griffin, S. Guthrie, C. Gwaltney, W, Hallowes, B. Handley, S. Hardy, R. Harris, W. Hearn, R, Hendon, R. SIG A ALPH EPSILO Aboul lo lose his l'ummy bul' neverlheless in high spirils, Sanla Claus enlerlains an apprecialive group of brolhers and clales. Forcing a casual smile for pholographer, lwo pledges perform a segmenl' of 'lheir weekly worlc assignmen'l'. Hendricks, G. Higginbofham, R, Hill, R. Hubner, R. Jones, E. Kinnell, J. Lalimer, W. Lillie, A. Luey, J. Males, P. McCrary, R. McKinley, J. Mehaffy, T. Merry, K. Oldham, J. Parrish, J. Pearce, E. Peavy, P. 386 Georgia Phi Chapter MECHANIC PAUSES TO COMPARE ADVANTAGES OF WRECK-MAKING TO THOSE OF VOLLEYBALL. i T T f i I 1 """"'1"""""- """W'r"""V"'oX" 11m2"'f'ff' Perry, J. Richardson, D. Roberrs, T. Rogers, J. Sands, J. Scoff, C. Slaughfer, S. Smiih, 'S. Smifh, W. Sperry, G. Sfaplefon, C. Sfockham, W. Sfubblebine, C Tarrance, G. Taylor, E. Thompson, H. Thompson, W. Turner, T. Tye, L. Underwood, C. Wesfer, J. Whife, S. Wiqgin, C. Williams, P. s 1, 1, " 3 : Q-.,,t E DON KELLEY BOB MCTIER Don HALL . FRED BERGERT Anderson, D. Andrews, R. Austin, R. Baldwin, D. Balte, R. Barker, O. Barnhardt, J. Bergeri, F. Bergert, J. Boggs, B. Bradley, R. Bransford, T. Brown, B. Burruss, J. Calvert, R. Carnes, H. Christian, R. Clark, R. Cook, B. Craig, F. Cremeans, C. Crowding, R. Dahlgren, W. Dewees, J. Dickson, B. Dryden, A. DuBard, J. Edwards, J. DON KELLEY, President MRS. ELIZABETH PAYNE, Housemother OFFICERS , . . . President . Vice President . . Secretary , , . Treasurer Beta Psi hapter LIVING UP TO THE reputation that the past years have produced for the Sigma Chi's has been a hard job, but again this year they managed to do so by hard Work and sincere interest . . . Fred Smith, President of ANAK, Editor of the BLUE PRINT, and a mem- ber of many other campus organizations Was a leader in campus activities With Chappy Summers, a member of the Student Council, ANAK, and ODK close be- hind. ,Iimmy DuBard, Bill Vanlandingham, Wayne Patterson, Larry Fonts and others are also active . . . As usual the Sigma Chi's did well at Homecoming by coming in second with their display . . . As for intra- mural sports, the brothers and pledges put up a fight for each sporting contest in an effort to retain the much sought after IFC trophy that they won two years ago . . . In addition to their many parties at the house, the school year was made more entertaining by hay- rides and house parties. The outstanding social event was the Sweetheart Ball. 388 SIG CHI A young Sigma Chi admirer is dwarfed by Linus, line Sigma Chi "Nu+s 'lo Duke" Homecoming display won second place for 'lhe fralernily. Erickson, T. Finley. W. Fonis, E. Fox, W. Gamblin, C. Ganll, J. Graves, W. Grimes, G. Gudger, F. Haack, H. Harvey, D. Hesler, J. Highlower, W. Hoke, T. Howard, R. Hunnicull, G. Hunf, J. Hunfer, E. Hulchison, J. Jones, R. Kelley, D. Lamar, R. Land, A. Lee, J. Lee, W. Leslie, W, Lewis, C. Lewis, R. Bob Lamar, Bullpup inifiale, poses wilh Snoopy: hey, beller walch ou'l' for 'lhal' hor dog of yours, Bob! Beta Psi hapter Longino, C. Lowe, W. Lupo, E. Marchanl, A. McConkey, A. McKenzie, J. K McTier, R. Meyer, D. Moore, J. L. Moore, J. P. Morgan, J. Morris, S. Munroe, C. Murray, J. Nelson, C. Nichols, A. Palferson, R. Perkins, W. Pralher, F. Rains, B. Ray, D. Recfor, J. Rose, J. Rowland, G. Ruark, R. Rulh, W. Saye, T. Scarbrough, W. M EM BERS NOT PlCTU RED Bates, H. Griffin, R. Bland, W. Hall, D. Chandler, D. Hoover, D. Cordle, C. Jackson, C. Fletcher, H. Smith, H. Flowers, S. The Sigma Chi oulhouse provides a cenier of ac'l'ivil'yg really, l'his isn'+ 'lhe Sig house: i'l's iusl' 'lhe enirance. The new Sweeiheari of Sigma Chi, Judy Aliaergoi-ii, dances wi'l'h Presideni George Grimes, who has iusl announced her seleciion. SIG A CHI vR 4: ' lllllll Eiga .-:,- T" 'il EEEEE' ' II ,L - . main - ---'-41" -..... ,3..i..-1... ii- A SIG IS PINNED, A GIRL IS SERENADED, AND A TRADITION LIVES AGAIN Sears, P. Sewell, G. Sims, J. Sislrunk, D. Smith, F. Smiih, H. Smilh, M. Slandard, J. Slrickland, W. Summers, E. Summers, J. Sydnor, A. Teasley, H. Travis, O. Travis, W. Trouf, J. Underwood, D. Van Landingham, W. Waller, L. Wells, H. Wells, J. Wesl, W. Weslberry, C. While, G. Whitley, E. Wolff, R. Wood, R. Wrighl, W. 391 Abernafhy, B. Anderson, W. Ashby, C. Baker, P. Balalis, P. Blyfhe, R. Bohannon, R. Bond, R. Brandenburg, Branfley, J. Brigham, C. Browning, G. Burch, W. Byron, J. Carey, W. Chealham, A. Clarke, H. Cochran, J. Collier, H. Cooper, C. Copenhaver, J. Davis, R. Devolo, W. Drake, L. Edge, G. Ellioll, R. Evans, D. Flood, P. SIG ' NU BROTHERS, RUSHEES, CANNIBALS, AND HULA GIRLS MIX IT UP AT A SOUTH SEA ISLAND PARTY 392 amma lpha Chapter IN ITS SIXTY-TWO YEARS at Tech, Sigma Nu has enioyed and comniled an enviable record. They have enjoyed success in various aspects of college life which include scholastic, social extra-curricular activ- ity, interfraternity and sports .... ln addition to the parties and dances at the house throughout the year, the party for underprivileged children, the formal. and house parties are outstanding. The formal. called the White Rose formal, is held in the Wiiiter' Quarter and is probably their biggest social event .... Along the line of extra-curricular activities the 'cSnakes,, claim honors with .lim Peacock and Maxcy Cochran. This year .lim is Editor of the Rambler, and a mem- ber of ODK. Maxcy was battalion commander of the NROTC, Who's Who, and in ODK. 13 51:-ffffil .,., "--I-.Ji i' if V wwf., .5- MAXCY COCHRAN, President MRS. EDNA HASTY, Housemoiher OFFICERS MAXCY COCI-IRAN . . . President JIM FORD . . . Vice President DICK JOHANNES . . . Secretary BILL SCOTT . . Treasurer Ford, J. Fox, T. Freeman, J. Furbush, K. Grant, K. Gregg, R. Griffin, T. Hardy, L. Harris, R. Harrison, W. Harwood, J. Helms, C. Henderson, J. Johannes, R. Joyce, J. Kennedy, J. Latimer, R. Lawson, D. Lawson, R. Lee, J. Lofblad, R. Lyle, T. Maddox, J. Martin, R. McKinney, H. Meyer, G. Middleton, J. I Middleton, W. l 393 SIGMA NU Caughl' by 'rhe camera are a couple of youngsrers celebraring lhe Chrisfmas season wi1'h Sanla Claus al' 1'he annual Sigma Nu eveni. Moniy, R. Morgan, W. Mofz, A. Moiz, F. Murphy, F. Neesemann, F. Nelson, J. Flanlced by a wilcl iniun, a pioneer feller and his woman head for refreshmenrs during a 'Fall quarfer rush par'l'y. Newberry, J. Odom, S. Palchen, J. Peacock, J. Redfern, C. Reeves, C. Richards, W. Richardson, D. Rodgers, E. Sco'I"I', W. Sellars, D. Sinnoll, M. Sippel, A. Smith, D. Gamma Alpha Chapter Sorrells, P. Sorrells, W. Spengler, T. Slarling, D. Starling, J. Slilh, H. Sfroud, J. Sfudslill, W. Sumerford, H. Sutherland, C. Taylor, D. Teague, H. Thompson, J. Thompson, W. Tolman, J. Walker, J. Walls, J. Wilkes, C-3. Wolfe, T. Wurz, J. York, G. Lusk-L gy MEMBERS NOT PICTURED gif mm' ' 5 Acuff,R. Hamlin, J. ,L QV- Bowers, W. Howard, W. l - L ' Braselton, F. Hunter, L. ?i if Al 5 ' SLM, EEITES' M2i53ii.la, W .N , 5 . Clingan, L. McKee, W. - A warg ik-EL X-'L-I-.lf-"' W - N Cooper, W. Moore, R. fr 5555, X f? f fi e g ' 'rlafligxil QL 1' Edgar, W. Nall, R. T fl g ' la g 1 -V 'rjffg'-If-fr Foster, D. Thomas, D. 'K' T J - 3 g .-213211 Geren, W. Veazey, N. Q' m - Golden, J. Pork chops and slrawberry shorlcake occupy 'l'he a'H'enl'ion of Woe be l'o living room furnilure! Awailing a coming game, several of 'lhe brolhers of Sigma Nu during six o'clock chow. five big 'ns line up for a unique game of indoor foolball. 'v'fffXwAM..,,,..W,,wmigvf wwmsum mW,,4mQ.w.wAw.wwff- Q-: W41-sr-wfyy,-s.,,W,WN,,WW,,M4W,m,,,,,,4 x ' 10532513 112' 1 L .4.S " 'ltr' fl" ,frffflya 4? 'fwfg age -L 02 .sire gal 252327, T' sgtx Q jig Hia Afaie X Nm n " W DON RAY, President MRS. L. L. MASON, Housemoiher OFFICERS DoN RAY . . . . . President GERRY ERICKSON . . . Vice President SANDY SIMON . . Secretary ART FUDCER . . . Treasurer Georgia lpha hapter SIGIVIA PI-II EPSILON came to Georgia Tech in 1907 in the form of the Georgia Alpha Chapter. In the years that have passed since their arrival here at Tech, the Sig Eps have grown to a well-rounded and strong group .... Of the many clubs that are liberally sprinkled with members of Sigma Phi Epsilon there are as examples the Blue Print, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi, practically all of the de- partmental societies and honoraries and the YIVICA- sponsored clubs .... On the party side of fraternity life, Sigma Phi Epsilon has always managed to hold its own. The primary social events are the Sweetheart Ball in the Winter Quarter, and the Christmas Party and the Pledge-Brother Formal .... On the gridiron and court side of fraternity life, Sig Ep always seems to show their skill and initiative. Bailey, J. Banks, D. Beachiam, T. Bender, R. Bunn, W. Carmichael, D. Clendenen, R. Cole, J. Comer, W. Coward, C. Demetriades, P. Dolive, H. Engels, F. Epps, H. Erickson, G. Evans, A. Floyd, F. Flynn, D. ICMA PHI EPSILO Beyond l'l1e oulslrelclwed arm of a worlhy opponenl, a Sig Ep drives in for anol'l1er lay up sllol' cluring inlra- mural aciion. Fudger, A. Fulcher, J. Garvin, W. Gilberfson, R. Giroir, H. Green, R. Hemsley, R. Hendershof, F. Hiers, R. Holbrook, D. Hopkins, R. Huerher, C. Hunler, C. James, M. Jones, E. Judd, C. Klein, G. . Koenig, P. Amid various odds and ends, an amaleur carpenler l'rys 'lo keep l'l1e faillwful old fraiernily safe 'From falling aparl. Georgia Alpha hapter Leddick, K. Lepore, D. Markerf, H. Merton, D. Mesfre, R. Morrison, R. Murphy, J. Noel, W. Pair, J. Pierce, J. Randolph, W. Reams, S. Reeves, J. Roberfs, C. Roche, E. Rushfon, E. Scheid, C. Schill, T. As did ol'l1er fraierniiies, SPE 'look advanlage of fhe cold spell by building an ice rink. l L-- 1S"T::::. .:::: 12-if-ii.!"-5:11 -1 - li- I gg' .Il ' !!l! 21 'n'sf - -rg . - -Q-15?-L e4,4 l. ' L fr' ' A NXT'-5'-X' D,-4' X X MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Abel, A. Klinedinst, C Baldwin, J. Little, R. Gutermuth, Ray, D. Haning, R. Rusk, H. Harrison, E. Schaum, L. Hendrix, D. Thomas, D. L Kirk, L. 398 I IG A PHI EPSILO ' 12.4 K in A WHOLE LOT OF SHAKING GOING ON IN THE SIG EP BALLROOM: A "NO PARKING" SIGN IS CERTAINLY NOT NEEDED. Schmidi, J. Schoenfeld, F Simon, A. Smifh, G. Sfafford, G. Sullivan, W. Taylor, N. Thatcher, W. Tinley, F. Toney, L. Turner, A. Uhler, R. Van Zandi, H Wallace, J. Wiggins, J. Williams, R. Yancey, D. Young, C. 399 TA EPSILO PHI Backer, D. Becker, A. Bellen, R. Bergman, D. Berman, V. Berns, I. Blumenihal, H. Daniels, S. Demel, M. Drourr, S. Goldsmifh, 6. Green, M. Gumenick, S. Hirsch, H. Horwifz, J. Kanfor, W. Kaplan, C. Klein, L. Having undergone an inspecrion, a pledge's paddle receives brorh- ers' approval, paddles are a +radi+ion wi+i1in Teci1's 'Fra+erni+ies 400 r. . K 3, N - v .," I 9 gilt., -, 4 s :ear-1 'M i '-i : :'f:::::. w 5 .aQ.,.n-- V If , 16-ff.. ef- 'e M. MEMBERS NOT PICTU RED Alexander, J. Colin, D. Golden, E. Kravitz, R. Leibu, M. Pittman, L. Scherl, M. Schwartz, M. Silberman, I. Slippen, S. Tamiroff, P. Phi hapter THE PHI CHAPTER of Tau Epsilon Phi is one of the smallest fraternities that is on campus and yet has achieved the ultimate goal of a fraternity-to stimulate scholarship, to create and encourage social activity, and to promote leadership .... Leadership is promoted by encouraging and advising the brothers and pledges to join and participate in extra-curricular activities. For this reason many clubs, departmental societies, and honoraries, have TEP's as members .... Social activity is created in the form of parties and dances at the house, house parties, the annual Sweet- heart Dance, and finally the Pledge-Brother brawl and dance. Of these the most outstanding is the Sweetheart Ball, which is held in the Spring Quarter at which time the Sweetheart for the coming year is named. fre 'YAC lf Q A A 14 - ', , , Te T LARRY KLEIN, President OFFICERS LARRY KLEIN . . . President HENRY HIRSCH . . Vice President STANLEY DANIELS . . Secretary DoN WELSIIER . . Treasurer Koenig, A. Kulback, A. Lampert, L. Levine, S. Little, 'S. Lybanon, M. Pincus, 6. Rivkind, A. Rosenthal, R. Schiff, B. Schoolsky, S. Schwartzman, B. Stein, J. Steinberg, S. Suster, A. Tannenbaum, R. Weiner, P. Welsher, D. 401 'akfsf Vi? if A 4 3 "ff .2 55.15 l JOHN VERNON, President' MRS. LOMIE JETTON, Housemother OFFICERS JOHN VERNON . . . President DAN LAIRD . . Vice President BYRON HILL . . . . Secretary MARSHALL FAUSOLD . . Treasurer Beta Pi hapter THE BETA PI CHAPTER of Tau Kappa Epsilon was pleased with the outcome of rush week this year when thirty-eight men added their names to the TKE rolls. With this new and fresh start, Tekes added new drive to their desire for a new home .... Interest in cam- pus organizations and publications are one thing that the Tekes are especially proud of. A great many of their members helong to YMCA sponsored clubs, puh- lications, departmental societies, and honoraries. The leaders in these organizations are Dan Laird and Steve Field .... In addition to their many parties and dances at the house their social calendar contains their outstanding social functions, the Red Carnation Ball and the Founder's Day Weekend. Allen, J. Anderson, J. Barrett, R. Baugus, J. Bliem, C. Brown, R. Buck, R. Bueso, E. Bush, W. Cardot, W, Cooper, R. Corry, J. Courtney, B. Covington, T. Crouch, J. Currey, J. Davis, J. Davis, T. 402 TA KAPPA EPSILO Shown is a scene from one of many TKE informal dances: a mob of guys and gals have lhemselves a really enjoyable Salurday nigh+. 1 Dorman, L. Dufeny, M. Edwards, . Eisenhauer, W Evereif, R. Fausold, M. Ferrero, C. Field, S. Gomez, P. Harris, R. Hill, B. Hirschy, V. Hord, J. Kilgo, M. Kirwan, M. Kneece, R. Knight, J. Knighf, W. Applying huge quanfiiies of elbow grease, a pledge of Tau Kappa Epsilon shines 'ihe chap+er's bronze plaq UG. Beta P1 hapter E -: Q L S F:- Els' ,Int ,Aa 1.12. EFF sh' 5 ' , i L 3 I la 1 -llv A MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Dickins, J. Gray, D. Grayson, J. Kellogg, G. lVIcCay, G. Overstreet, W. Watson, J. Wills, J. ENTERTAINED BY A COMPETENT COMBO OF BROTHERS, TEKE MEN AND THEIR DATES DANCE DREAMILY .4 -mf Parke, M. Peferson, D. Pierson, R. Pi'rman, P. Post, C. Powers, J. Rabern, T. Rimer, F. Scarpeffa, R. Snow, D. Sudduth, J. Tidwell, B. Vargas, D. Vaughn, R. Vernon, J. Vogel, P. Warts, W. Weatherly, D. West, W. Whife, W. Wilinski, E. Winfer, T. Wise, W. Wrighi, R. 405 Alford, K. Anlhony, J. Arnell, A. Ashlon, J. Bailey, T. Bailie, A. Beisner, R. Bell, R. Bomar, 'S. Bowling, H. Brilllng, K. Brown, W. Bryanl, M. Burckard, J. Carahaly, E. Carroll, H. Carroll, W. Cashin, J. THETA CHI WHETHER FAKING HIGH STAKES FOR PHOTOGRAPHER OR PLAYING A GAME WITH CHIPS, THETA CHl'S ENJOY CARDS ff xx E x NA K - 4 wx f I X 4 sg, 4, . M , f Q .sg ' 2 3? '-sf.. 3 ,Q A f J .. A. M- X 1 I. gi 406 ' J , Alpha 11 hapter ALPHA NU OF THETA Cl-ll began its thirty-hfth year in great style. During rush season they added thirty-three good men to their ranks. With this hue start, Theta Chi entered wholeheartedly into their school Work and into the Fall Quarter activities .... Determined to assert themselves in intramural sports, Theta Chi's finished second in their league in basket- ball and bowling .... The social highlight of the year came in February when the Carnation Ball was held at the Standard Town and Country Club, where Miss Ramona Compton was crowned Sweetheart .... Some of the members seen uwheelingw about the campus this year were Les Horn, Chairman of the World Stu- dent Fund and Who,s Who in American Colleges and Universitiesg Skip Bowling, President of the Execu- tive Roundtahle, a member of the Koseme Society, and also Who's Who. '-' ..f a t F A WAYNE GUNTER, President MRS. EDITH GILLILAN, Housemother OFFICERS W.AX'NE GUNTER . . . President SKIP BOWLING . . Vice President JOHN STRICKLAND . . . Secretary JOE CASHIN . . Treasurer Castle, H. Castorina, S. Clarke, C. Cooke, J. Crafton, J. Craig, J. Crawford, L. Dasher, D. Davis, H. Dean, P. Duggan, B. Duggan, D. Edwards, R. Forbess, D. Freeman, P. Gattis, D. Gehring, D. Greynolds, E. 407 THETA CHI SEVERAL OF THE BROTHERS GET TOGETHER FOR THE SINGING OF FRATERNITY FAVORITES. MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Bryant, C. Jackson, J. King, K. Lehl, D. Mahal, R. O,Keefe, C. Pegg, R. Smith, J. Throughton, R. Tracy, H. . Vella, S. White, W. Gunter, C. Gunter, J. Hamby, B. Harris, D. Harrison, J. Harwell, J. Heard, R. Henderson, H. Hiddle-sion, E. Holt, R. Holt, W. Horn, L. Hundley, N. Joiner, W. Kent, J. Lebkuecher, R. Lipscomb, D. Mabry, H. Mclntosh, E. Mielczarski, A. Murphy, T. Oakes, W. O'Hara, P. Ormiston, G. 408 Alpha 11 hapter -r .1 M 3 K M Ev' , J L lil e ' ff f- -..+.T Pfaff, C. Pirkle, R. Poleef, J. Powell, H. Pressley, R. Price, J. Rogers, O. Rofhgabor, D. Sanders, M. Shuman, J. Silhan, R. Strickland, J. Slrub, T. Sundy, R. Swank, R. Talenfino, J. Taylor, W. Teed, D. Vining, R. Warlick, S. Whipple, W. Wilson, P. Youmans, R. Youngblood, G. All is noi play 'For +he men of Thela Chi fralernilyg as darkness rolls around, 'lhe books begin +0 be opened -on week nighls, lhal' is. 409 . we 1' f1H"fv"frN'e 2 ,y.ff,,g,4 -e Q 0, YQ, Gm wwf' .48 :f.gaaef'Q w, .P ' ' m, 'fglf 2 -14.5. f ' - 'L Z ' . if vfffq- 'Y, QQ 53,2 1. .-: 42 BILL DRIESSLEIN, President MISS NELL FARILL, I'IousemoI'I1er OFFICERS BILL DRIESSLEIN ...... . . President BERNIE BARINAS . . Vice President LES HUTTEMEYER . . Secretary JERRY LATTAL . . Treasurer Ambrose, W. Bedell, J. Bolden, R. Bowman, W. Brown, A. Burnes, C. Coursey, J. Davidson G , . Driesslein, W. Falcon, G. Farill T Freckz Beta Alpha hapteir THE MEN OF l79 Fourth Street started 57-58 off with a high note of optimism and hopes of success. Throughout the year this spirit has heen evident as the Theta Xi men put forth all of their time and ef- fort so that the other fraternities Would stand up and take notice .... Results of their tireless efforts ap- peared first in their entry in the Rambling Beck pa- rade at Homecoming. Soon after, the other fraterni- ties in their league did take notice as the men of the Beta Alpha Chapter displayed their talents on the gridiron and later, on the basketball and volleyball courts .... One of the proudest achievements that they have made this year is their scholarship. Recog- nizing the importance of scholarship, more emphasis Was placed on the hooks and tremendous accomplish- ments resulted .... Not to he denied are the Theta Xi social functions Which are highlighted by the Or- phans Party, the Christmas Party, the Founder's Day Banquet, and the Sweetheart Ball. Grace, W. Jay, R. Judd, W. Kennison, D. Lattal, G. Manson, R. 410 THETA XI R., :JU Masfers, D. Morris, G. Pafrick, D. Preelorius, C. Riefh, E. Sfone, G. Thompson, J. Wallace, T. Wafson, H. Wiggers, A. Yearqers, E. Penningfon, H. MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Barinas, B. Brand, A. Ender, A. Ciannella, H. Cowan, O. Huttemeyer, L. Mangan, T. Marr, M. Miller, C. Pellicciotti, G. Saucer, D. Vermey, G. OPEN HOUSE GIVES BROTHERS THE CHANCE TO FORGET MISERIES OF SCHOOL. QV R sa JM , U Q J v Z l " ff 'l .J 3, 1 ll f ' NNN X Na '.a '-ai , , -lm, 5: 'iw -El T 4 Na-N .55-1 I - 525 2, 1 .... 42,59--' bxx 'S'-4 v . F- x If 1" ,ig-L. L! ,... mx .,A 'KX 411 :LJ 4 , Q qu -1 A x MARTHA Moss KIM CRAIG . MARTHA Moss VERN TERHUNE Carswell, L Craig, K. HoIIand,M Moss, M. Nix, M. Terhune, V. 2 MARTHA MOSS, President OFFICERS . President Vice President . Secretary . Treasurer LPHA XI DELT THE ONLY NATIONAL sorority in the country that appears in the fraternity section of the year book, at- tends regularly the IFC meetings, and actually calls themselves a fraternity, is Georgia Tech's chapter of Alpha Xi Delta. The co-eds are continually faced with problems and hardships that would discourage almost anyone, but not the girls of Alpha Xi Delta . . . To gain recognition for their small but spirited group, the girls have entered and Well in many campus or- ganizations and many competitive events with the Tech Fraternities. Such an event is the Homecoming displays which the co-eds have entered in each year and have done very Well . . . On campus the girls belong to practically all organizations and clubs on campus. Some of those represented are the Blue Print, the T echnique, YMCA-sponsored clubs and the departmental societies and honoraries. 412 I. F. C. Trial Board - -'N-5 " . LEFT TO RIGHT: Bob Traylor lsecreiarylg Alan Michael, Randy Bobl:iH, Andy Clark, Dan Laird lChairmanlg Sonny Howard, Julian Byron, Tom Hughes, and Roland Toups. NOT PICTURED: Sieve Gumenick. Fraternit Honor Board . y ,, , il lid- .W Gi 11 . -.'g'p,T' X.. mm LEFT TO RIGHT: Chick Schwarh, Lou Wells, Sandy Simon, Henry Snead, Bill While, Dave McNeill, Richard Johannes, Dave Milfon, George Cafes, Bob Hill, Sieve Drourr, Dan Laird, Bob Thompson, Don Erlenkoffer, Fred Smiih, and English Thornwell. 413 STEVE ALLEN JUDGE 1958 BEA TY CONTEST 414 THE EDITORS OF the Blue Print selected Steve Allen to judge the l958 beauty contest as he is well known in the field of entertainment and quite capable as a judge of beauty. We were fortunate in having Mr. Allen offer his time in the difficult task of choos- ing the Queen and her court. Mr. Allen is the star of his award-winning, weekly comedy-variety show. ln addition to being an excep- tional humorist, emcee and comedian, Steve is a writer, composer, musician and recording artist. Many thanks to you Steve for your assistance in helping us select our Queen and her court for the 1958 'Blue Print. , ,t . V ,. "' Q- ' .1.,.. 'I' ' 1..., A .,. u--,. . ,. -- , ani , 4. q. Q . I, V . .' A - 'L 1--.' , ' . - , ,- .l,,,,., ,,,..,.- ,I W -- "-.--,,-rg. , vmni. x , Blue Print ueen , Yial xii? fx .. -:N- S' Egff' I, 'Bw 3. . X X , ,. -, V' 4 - X ' 4 1 A . ' rv- -f M, - MISS LYNDA THOMPSON 416 1 MISS JEAN BOND 4. MISS PAT COWLEY 'iv 4419 MISS ANITA MERRYFIELD 4- Miss BECKY WILSON 4-21 MISS MARY ANN SHAPIRO for BEIRNE PRAGER BLUE PRINT BUSINESS MANAGER MISS JUDY ALBERGOTTI for FRED SMITH BLUE PRINT EDITOR ANAK PRESIDENT MISS LINDA JONES for BILL WHITE TECHNIQUE EDITOR MISS BETTYE JO HICKMAN for JACK MARTIN TECHNIQUE BUSINESS MANAGER MRS. JIM RICHARDSON for JIM RICHARDSON ENGINEER BUSINESS MANAGER MISS BETSY BRIGGS for BOB CANNON ENGINEER EDITOR MISS JUDY WELLER for JIM PEACOCK RAMBLER EDITOR 4. MRS. HOLLAND BROWN for HOLLAND BROWN RAMBLER BUSINESS MANAGER MISS LINDA WARNOCK for HAL REEVES STUDENT BODY PRESIDENT MISS JEAN CARTER for PAUL VICKERS ODK PRESIDENT MISS BECKY BYERS for BUDDY PARKER SENIOR CLASS PRESIDENT 4- fin ii- E ,I ,sf MRS. LOIS ANN NORRIS for TROY NORRIS IF C PRESIDENT MISS JODY SHATTUCK for GEORGE P. BURDELL STUDENT BODY MRS. DON STEPHENSON for DON STEPHENSON FOOTBALL CAPTAIN V FRATERNITY FAVORITES .. I I ,Q . I, 1' -'v ,. B, ' jg-I-I 1' ,Xt 1 - . Y 1 1,-gy Mlss SHIRLEY MENDEL Mlss CONNIE PAFFORD ALPHA TAU OMEGA Mlss BECKY WILSON BETA THETA PI ALPHA EPSILON PI Miss ANN DODD CHI PHI 429 Miss PAT THOMPSON CHI PSI Mlss AUDREY DAHLBENDER - DELTA SIGMA PHI FRATERNITY MISS ANITA MERRIFIELD DELTA TAU DELTA Mlss SALLY ANN MCARTHUR MISS BEVERLY KIRKPATRICK KAPPA ALPHA 430 DELTA UPSILON Mlss MARION HOLLY LAMBDA CHI ALPHA A .ff FAVORITES IPR 2 Miss BETTY NUNN PHI DELTA THETA bk Miss ELAINE LESSER PHI EPSILON PI f-'wh ,fini Miss DEANNA CRARY PHI GAMMA DELTA MRS. SUSAN DODGE PHI KAPPA SIGMA 4-31 MISS CAROL, STEPHENS PHI SIGMA KAPPA MISS MARGARET BAGLEY PI KAPPA ALPHA M155 FRANCES MITCHELL PI KAPPA PHI FRATERNITY MISS BETTY LEWIS MISS JUDY ALBERGOTTI SIGMA CHI SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON 432 MISS SHEILA MACCONOCIIIE SIGMA NU FAVORITES Miss BARBARA MUFF wh A 'Kg'-f Miss COOKIE ARNOVITZ TAU EPSILON PHI Miss JEAN THOMAS TAU KAPPA EPSILON SIGMA PHI EPSILON Miss RAMONA COMPTON THETA CHI 433 MRS. RONALD L. BOLDEN THETA XI M.. fu-ng --. ' , ..., , " ' .H ,W 0,-,.. -ww '- 4-zmsvfwz--f,,fLf4.-f.:-u. Q,-.if , -,.. K- .-. ,rn ,f,., 1-J, TM www+,.4, 1- 1 -1-'-J 'r,fziwf1af4"ihfvfv', ' , ,v .-4 .ii ,X 33514 ' 2. ,x-gfvcq. , 11 f eg.: 4 ' 7,57 1' ' -- I va ,- ,. 8 v"' , cm la ' ' MA" ' ' "asia: iz K -C xx-:xx '- -:.,,:9Y-ff. ,,. 1 - ' :H +11s2-ny -4-vp 1 Q. -.Q . :Mi w Q . ---. 19+ xQ.qe1.,s.,.,.Mq.gx,,-,.as5,Q.ff,.,,..M ,Q -X... 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K, . - '.:-4:-f: . s, ' , , 'g'f " " , ""- " ' .,'?TT?5f1""'i"' - I 1. . ..,. ,Q ,. , W -: -- fm """""J"1 Q w,wAN.W...2q.+ ,W I fa -- mam .Q V , ., -1 4' , :-5 :Z be . .- S. gg il-W I Iigzidgh - 7.1. .Jw ,E-,----"9 - 5' ,Nm A:.,t...,.. .- ,,..,pssu-lvl' 6 ,ky ' anuaih W - A LJ,:,,--91-.--- .ill , , --i,r:f5':1"' . M, .. U , W ve .-,,1dli""""""". V 1, -qus0"""""' 4 -l"""' Q, - ,-, ., 2 f 5- W wi: ev' T c THE JOB INTERVIEW is only a few minutes away. The erstwhile seniors await outside and quickly recall again the essentials of the interview discourse. He is ever-aware that an unfavorable impression left with the interviewer will bring almost immediately a letter through the mail containing only disappointment. Some of the graduating seniors report to the job interview straight from their class the hour before without bothering to jump into a clean change of clothes, but it is only part of hectic schedule during the period of job interviewing. Others enter meticul- ously dressed afor the office? But whether the engi- neer, salesman, or manager of the future reports in his tired loafers or his immaculately tailored suit and conservative tie, the chances of his being offered a position during the wait after the closing of the "career carnivali' are good. l 1 V, l .QA 1 QMWQ GRADUATE STUDENT SENATE: Robert Doyle, Charles Hedges, Frank Cole, Jamie Goode, Vedene Smi+l1 lPres.l, William Hines lSeci'y.l, Edgar Francisco lV.-Pres.l. 0 ALLEN, GEORGE C., Chemistry ..... . Cordele, Ga. ATRAKCCHI, ANWAR Y., Civil Engineering . . Baghdad, Iraq BALL, KARLHEINZ O. W., Aeronautical Engrng. . Huntsville, Ala, BARNES, WILLIAM S., Physics ....... Austell, Ga. BECKWITH, PAUL B., JR., Electrical Engineering . Melbourne, Fla. BENNETT, MILTON W., Inclastrial Management . . Atlanta, Ga. 0 BITAR, BAJA M., Civil Engineering ..... Aley, Lebanon BLACKMARR, THADDEUS R., JR., Incl. Management . Atlanta, Ca. BLANTON, ROY W., JR., Mechanical Engineering . Albany, Ca. BLEIM, CARL J., JR., Mechanical Engineering . . . Atlanta, Ga. BO UCHILLON, CHARLES W., Mech. Engrng. . Pleasant Grove, Miss. BOWIES, RALPH H., JR., Incl. Management . . . Marietta, Ga. Graduate Students CAMERON, JOHN W., Civil Engineering . . St. Petersburg, Fla. CAMPBELL, WILLIAM B., Ceramics Engrng. . Clarksdale, Miss. CANFIELD, DALE K., Mech. Engineering . . Fayetteville, Ark. CARDEN, ROBERT C., III, Electrical Engrng. . Westmoreland, Va. CHAMBERS, RAMON P., Electrical Engineering . . Douglas, Ga. CHARAK, IRA, Mechanical Engineering .... Brooklyn, N. Y. CI-IEATHAM, ALBERT F., JR., Textile Engrng. . . Atlanta, Ga. CHUEH, CHUN F., Chemical Engineering . . . Tarnpei, Formosa CHUN, MYUNG S., Textile Engineering . . Seoul, Korea COLE, FRANK B., Electrical Engineering . . . Lakeland, Fla. CREMIN, JOSEPH W., Aeronautical Engrng. . . Brooklyn N. Y. CURTIS, JERRY J., Electrical Engineering . . . Stafford, Kans. -f 3 N' e f Hl+ lun Wt' . :Km v fan nn RS'w' DARROCH, ROBERT D., Electrical Engrng. . . Arlington, Texas 0 HEDGES, CHARLES S., Civil Engrng. . . Tarpon Springs, Fla. DEJARNETTE, FRED R., Aeronautical Engrng. . Portsmouth DICKSON, CHARLES L., Mathematics . . DREW, GENE D., Chemical Engineering . DYER, FREDERICK B., Physics . . FRANCIS, OLLIE B., JR., Mathematics . FRANKLET, DUANE L., Chemical Engineering GOTCHER, JAMES W., JR., Intl. Engineering . GROOVER, CLIFFORD C., JR., Ind. Management Atlanta, Dublin, Athens Atlanta, Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta, 7 9 I-IALLMARK, BILLY B., Mech. Engrng. . Charleston Heights, S. C. I-IANKINSON, FRANK E., III, Mecli. Engineering . Decatur, Ga. HARRELL, FRANK C., Incl. Management . . . West Point, Ga. HINES, WILLIAM W., Incl. Engineering . Germantown, Tenn. HOVAN, STEPHEN B., Mechanical Engineering . . Atlanta, Ga. JACOBSEN, WILLIAM R., Chemistry . . . Atlanta, Ga. JAMES, JESSE C., Electrical Engineering . Florence, Ala. JANICEK, I-IUBERT A., JR., Inzl. Monogernent . . Doraville, Ga. o JOHNSON, LYNWOOD A., Industrial Engineering . Atlanta, Ga. KILBURG, RICHARD F., Aeronautical Engrng. . LITTLE, JOHN A., Civil Engineering . . LIU, FRANK F. K., Chemistry . . . LOBATO, JOHN M., Chemistry . . . MARTIN, GEORGE W., Aeronautical Engrng Cranford, N. J. . Atlanta, Ga. Shanghai, China . Atlanta, Ga. . Clifton, N. J. MCDOWELL, BRUCE D., City Planning . . . Silver Spring, Md. MCWHORTER, THOMAS R., Civil Engineering . Annandale, Va. MOORE, .IERROLD A., City Planning ..... Laramie, Wyo. MORGAN, ARTHUR F., Inrlastrial Management . . Atlanta, Ca. OSGOOD, FRANK W., City Planning . . . Lansing, Mich. PECK, MARYLY V., Chemical Engineering .... Atlanta, Ga. PRAWEL, SHERWOOD P., JR., Civil Engrng. . Williamsville, N. Y. QUATTLEBAUM, WILLIAM M., III, Infl. Mgmnt. . Columbia, S. C. RICHTER, THERA H., City Planning . . . Hapeville, Ga. SHEPARD, WILLIAM S., Meclzanical Engineering . Colquitt, Ca. SIFFRI, CHARLES J., Civil Engineering . . . Jerusalem, Jordan STAPLER, WILLIAM T., Civil Engineering . . . Meridian, Miss. STORY, ROBERT M., Industrial Management . SUH, CHUNC S., Textile Engineering . . . . SWAVELY, CRAIG E., Aeronautical Engrng. . . . Irving, Texas . Seoul, Korea . Lebanon, Pa. SZOMY, FRANK, Industrial Engineering . Poughkeepsie, N. Y. THWEATT, JOHN C., JR., Chemistry . . VAN NESS, .IOHN N., City Planning . . . . . Forsyth, Ga. Nashville, Tenn. WELCH, HOUSTON L., JR., Infl. Management . Hattiesburii, Miss. WHITAKER, CHARLES D., Electrical Engrng. . WEICMANN, FRANCIS L., Incl. Engineering . WILLOUGHBY, ROBERT E., Physics WILLS, FRED D., Physics . . . . . . . . Marietta, Ga. Baltimore, Md. . Atlanta, Ga. Monetta, S. C. WILSON, LARRY K., Elec. Engrng. . Red Boiling Springs, Tenn. Fifth Year Architects .IOHN BUECHLER BUENZ, Ogallala, Nebraska, Architecture. HILARIO FRANCISCO CANDELA, Havana, Cuba, Architecture, Architecture Society, 2, 3, 4, 5, Newman Club, l, 2, 3, 4, Pan American Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. AARON SAMUEL COHEN, Brooklyn, New York, Architecture, Phi Epsilon Pi, Debate Society, 1, 2, 3, Architecture Society, 3, 4. EDGAR MCCARTHY CRENSHAW, Jacksonville, Florida, Architec- ture, Camera Club, 1, 2, Architectural Society, 2, 3, 4. GERALD ROBERT EPSTEIN, Memphis, Tennessee, Architecture, Phi Epsilon Pi, Secretary, 2, Treasurer, 3, Architecture Society, Lieutenant, Army R.O.T.C. RALPH ARTHUR HEISEL, Atlanta, Georgia, Architecture, Sigma Chi, Historian, 2, Christian Science Organization, President, 3, Secre- tary, 4, Architecture Society, 2, 3, 4, 5, St. Patrick's Council, 4, Circle K Club, 2, Captain, Air Force R.O.T.C. BENJAMIN HIRSCH, Atlanta, Georgia, Architecture, Tau Sigma Delta, Architecture Society. LORENTZ RYNN HODGES, Charleston, West Virginia, Architec- Eurg, Phi Kappa Tau, Architecture Society, 3, 4, 5, Bulldog Club, WILLIAM JAMES JACQUETTE, JR., Stamford, Connecticut, Archi- tecture, Newman Club, 2, 3, 5, Secretary, 4, Architecture Society, 2, 3, 4, Secretary, 5. RONALD KOLMAN, Savannah, Georgia, Architecture, Architecture Society, St. Patrick's Council, Gym Team. E. THORPE MEALING, Townsend, Georgia, Architecture, Chi Phi. JOHNNY MACLIN REESE, Atlanta, Georgia, Architecture, Archi- tecture Society, 2, 3, 4, 5, Lieutenant, Army R.O.T.C. LOUIE WENDELL RYLEE, Atlanta, Georgia, Architecture, Veter- an's Club, Architecture Society. FRED RICHARD SCHOENFIELD, Atlanta, Georgia, Architecture, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Phi Eta Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, Tau Sigma Delta, 4, Secretary, 5, Lutheran Student Association, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Archi- tecture Society, 3, 4, 5, Technique, 1, Deanis List, 3, 4, 5. STANLEY PAUL STEINBERG, Augusta, Georgia, Architecture, Tau Epsilon Phi, President, 4, Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi, Tau Beta Pi, Secretary, 4, Tau Sigma Delta, Pershing Riiies, 1, 2, I.F,C., 1, 2, 3, 4, Bulldog Club, 4, Architecture Society, 2, 3, Treasurer, 4, Scabbard and Blade, Major, Army R.O.T.C. GEORGE MORRIS STEPHENS, Cartersville, Georgia, Architecture, Lieutenant, Air Force R.O.T.C. LAWRENCE STANLEY STERN, East Orange, New Jersey, Archi- tecture, Phi Epsilon Pi, Bulldog Club. THOMAS WALKER VENTULETT, Miami, Florida, Architecture, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, American Institute of Architects, 2, 3, 5, President, 4, Yellow Jacket, 1, Engineer, 3, Art Editor, 4, Tech- niqne, Art Editor, 5, Captain, Army R.O.T.C., Scabbard and Blade. ZZ " 'a-' fi ' f Y I958 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: BOB HILL, SECRETARY-TREASURER: BUDDY PARKER, PRESIDENTQ AND LYNN STRICKLAND, VICE PRESIDENT. Senior lass of 19 IN UNITS OF TIME, four years constitute but a brief segment of a human life span, in units of ex- perience, four years at Georgia Tech are really many more in the development of a man. In chiIdhood We are Warned of the dark, cold World, at Tech We be- come highly prepared for it. The senior has known this preparation, he has seen the sun shine upon the hill a thousand different times, through days of ela- tion, through days of despair: he has struggled to an earIy class only to Hunk a pop quiz, he has trudged home from a late lab completely Wasted by an un- successful experimentg he has felt the pain of a 'cdear John" letter, the discouragement of a losing game, the despondency of a poor grade, the depression of loneliness, the burden of eternal study, the temptation of transfer. I-Ie stands head and shoulders above the foolish freshman, the cocky sophomore, and the sob- ering junior, but during the final days, his pensive eyes yet betray his own self-doubt, provoked by the many opportunities of education he let pass by. IOR EUGENE BAILEY ABERNATHY, Paris, Tennessee, Civil Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Briaerian Society, Seab- hard 84 Blade, Chi Epsilon, 4, American Society ol Civil Engineers, -41-, American Society of Military Engineers, fl-, Army R.O.T.C., Varsity Rifle Team, 3, 4, Army R.O.T.C. Rifle Team, 2, 3, IL. THOMAS GORDON ACKERMAN, Atlanta, Georgia, ln- dustrial Management, Executive Round Table, 4, Society galr Advancement of Management, ll-, Tech .Management ub. JOHN ROSS ADAMS, llawkinsville, Georgia, lndustrial Management, Phi Delta Theta. ROBERT BRUCE ADAMS. Baltimore, Maryland, lndus- trial Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Phi Sigma Kappa, Secretary, 3, Vice-President, fit, Spiked Shoe Club, 2, 3, ll-, American Institute ol Industrial Engineers, 3, 44, Freshman 'Track Team, 2, Varsity Track Team, 3. fl-. JOHN RANDAI, ADAMSON, lll. Atlanta. Georgia, Indus- trial Management, Phi Delta Theta, Society for Advance- ment of Management, 3. fl-, Industrial Management Club, 3, 4, Executive Round Table, 3, 4, 'Toastmasters Club, 3, 4-, Yellow Jacket, 1, Rambler, 2, Swimming, I. JOSEPH FRANK ADINOLFI, Brooklyn, New York, Indus- trial Management, Executive Round Table, 3, 4, Newman Club, 2, Historian, LL, Veteran's Club, 3, ll-, Camera Club, 2, 3. ANDREW .IOE ADKISSON. Thomaston, Georgia, lndus- trial Management. DANIEL LEE ALBRITTON. Camden. Alabama, Electrical Engineering, Kappa Alpha, Tau Beta Pi, Scabbard K Blade, Institute of Radio Engineers, Captain, Army R.O.T.C. THOMAS JEFFERSON ALDRIDGE, Rome, Georgia, In- dustrial Management, Society for Advancement of Man- agement, 4-, Management Club, 4. JAMES ARTHUR ALFORD, Lawrenceville, Georgia, ln- dustrial Management. LAWRENCE HEFFERNAN ALKOFER, Savannah, Geor- gia, Mechanical Engineering. BONA ALLEN, IV, Buford, Georgia, Industrial Manage- ment, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Management Club, 3. 4-. .IUDSON TAYLOR ALLEN, JR., Montezuma, Georgia, Industrial Management, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. MYRON BARTLETT ALLEN, Smyrna, Georgia, Electrical Engineering, Deans List, 3, 41, Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi, Institute Radio Engineers, 3, 4, American Institute Electrical Engineers, 3, 4-. MYRL WARRAN ALLINDER, JR., Mechanical Engineering, Pi Tau Sigma, Camera Club, 2, Drama Tech, 2, Best Actor Award, 3, President, 4, 5, Society of Automotive Engineers, 3, 4, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 4, 5, Tech Tiller, 3, Technique, 3, Ensign, NROTC. Class of '58 ROBERT ANCIL ALLRED, Smyrna, Georgia, Industrial Engineering, American Institute of Industrial Engineers, 4, Cross Country, 1. JOHN BAYLESS ANDERSON, III, Gainesboro, Tennessee, Electrical Engineering, Beta Theta Pi, American Institute of Electrical Engineers, 1, 2, 3, 44, Institute of Radio Engi- neers, 41, Lieutenant, Army R.O.T.C. JOSEPH RAYMOND ANDERSON, Wichita, Kansas, Me- chanical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Tau Kappa Epsi- lon, Bulldog Club, 3, 4, Alpha Phalanx, 2, 3, 4-, Executive Roundtable, 3, 41, Triangle Club, 3, 4. FRANK EUGENE ANDREWS, Augusta, Georgia, Elec- trical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, American Institute of Electrical Engineers, 2, 3, 41, Institute of Radio Engi- neers, 4, Radio Club, 2, 3, Vice-President, 4-. JACK EDWARD ANDREWS, Carnesville, Georgia, Elec- trical Engineering, I.R.E., 3, 4, Veteran's Club, 41. JAMES HENRY ARCHER, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Indus- trial Managernent, Management Club, Lieutenant, Air Force R.O.T.C. LAURANCE JOSEPH ARTHURS, St. Petersburg, Florida, Chemical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Alpha Tau Omega. JAMES DONALD ASHTON, Hopewell, Virginia, Chem- istry, Theta Chi, Society of Exploration Geophysicists, American Chemical Society. LEON COURTLAND ASKEW, Atlanta, Georgia, Indus- trial Engineering, Kappa Alpha, American Institute of Industrial Engineers, T Club, Navy Student Council, Ensign, Navy R.O.T.C., Varsity Football, 2, 3, 4-. GEORGE WELSMAN ATWOOD, Atlanta, Georgia, In- dustrial Management, Lieutenant, Army R.O.T.C, GARLAND RAY BACON, Hapeville, Georgia, Industrial Engineering, Cooperative Plan, American Institute of In- dustrial Engineers, Lieutenant, Army R.O.T.C. JAMES FRANK BAGWELL, Gainesville, Georgia, Indus- trial Management, Kappa Alpha, Triangle Club. JOHN FRANK BAGWELL, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Engineering, American Institute of Industrial Engineers. RICHARD CRABB BAILEY, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. THOMAS WESLEY BAILEY, Augusta, Georgia, Indus- trial Engineering, Theta Chi. 444 E IOR ROBERT STEPHEN BALCERAK, Baltimore, Maryland, Electrical Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha, Briaerian So- ciety, Institute of Radio Engineers, 1, 2, 3, 4, Newman Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Cooperative Plan. ROBERT MARION BALLARD, JR., Rome, Georgia, In- dustrial Management, Delta Tau Delta, Swimming, l, 2, 3, 4, 'Tech Mgt. Club, S.A.M. MICHAEL BALLIET, Birmingham, Alabama, Mechanical Engineering, Phi Delta Theta, American Society of chanical Engineers. ROBERT LACEY BARBER, Fairfield, Alabama, Industrial Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha, American Institute of Industrial Engineers, 3, 4, Society for Advancement of Management, 3, 4. GEORGE WENDELL BARFIELD, Dade City. Florida, Electrical Engineering, Pi Delta Epsilon, 3, Secretary, 4, Pi Tau Chi, 3, 4, Scabbard 8 Blade, 'Triangle Club, 2, 3, 4, B. S. U., 1. 2, 3, 4, Drama Tech, 2, 3, 4, A.I.E.E., 2, 3, 4, Activities Council. 3, Blue Print, 1, Classes Ed., 2, Fea- tures Ed., 3, Technique, 4, "T"-Book Organizations Ed., 3, 4, Rambler, Layout Ed., 4. ROBERT LEE BARNES, Savannah, Georgia, Industrial Management, Vets Club, Management Club, Basketball, 1. BILLY JOHN BARNETT, Warner Robbins, Georgia, In- dustrial Management, Vets Club, 2, 3, 4, American Insti- tute of Industrial Engineers, 3, Secretary, 4. JACOB CHARLES BARNHARDT. Charlotte, North Caro- lina, Textile Engineering, Sigma Chi, Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Psi, 3, President, 4, Ensign, Navy R.O.T.C., Deans List, 3, 4, Tau Beta Pi. ARTHUR PATRICK BARRY, JR., Macon, Georgia, In- dustrial Management, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. HOMER EUGENE BARTLETT, Fort Valley, Georgia Electrical Engineering. ROBERT PAUL BARTON, Cordele, Georgia, Aeronautical Engineering, Kappa Alpha, Institute of Aeronautical Sciences, 2, 3, 4, American Rocket Society, 3, 4, Executive Round Table, 3, 4, Blue Print, 4. JAMES RAYMOND BATES, JR., Charleston Heights, South Carolina, Industrial Engineering, Beta Theta Pi. CLARENCE BROCK-BAUKNIGHT, Walhalla, South Caro- lina, Industrial Management, Phi Delta Theta, Industrial Management Society, 3, 4, Society for the Advancement of Managers, 3, 4, Industrial Management Club, 3, 4, Toast- master, 4, Philosophy Club, 3, Yellow Jacket, 1, Rambler, 2, Swimming, 1. JAMES GLEASON BAYLY, JR., Covington, Virginia, Industrial Design, YMCA Sigma Phalanx, 1, 2, YMCA Recreation Council, 2, Canterbury Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Camera Club, 2, Vice-President, 3, President, 4, Association of Industrial Design Students, 3, 4. THEODORE CHARLES BEACHAM, Baltimore, Maryland, Industrial Management, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Management Club, Society Advancement of Management. lass of ' LAWRENCE MYNARD BEAN, Beloit, Wisconsin, Elec- trical Engineering, Cooperative Plan. DONALD ROLAND BEARDEN, Armuchee, Georgia, Aero- nautical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Delta Tau Delta, Glee Club, I, 2, Vice-President, 3, President, 4, Bulldog Club, 2, 3, Baptist Student Union, I, 2, 3, Activities Council, 3, Institute of Aeronautical Sciences, 3, 4, Student Council, 3, Executive Round Table, 4, Lieutenant, Army R.O.T.C., Freshman Baseball, I, Varsity Baseball, 2. ROY KENNETH BEAVERS, Hapeville, Georgia, Industrial Management, Lambda Chi Alpha, Captain, Air Force R.O.T.C. CHARLES MARTIN BECKER, Atlanta, Georgia, lndus- trial Management, Industrial Engineering, Sigma Chi, Blue Print, Yellow Jacket. WILLIAM EUGENE BECKHAM, Perry, Georgia, Indus- trial Management, Phi Delta Theta, Society for the Ad- vancement of Management, 3, 4, Management Club, 3, 4. IOHN RUSSELL BEDDALL, Collingswood, New Iersey, Industrial Management, Veteranis Club, 3, 4, Society for the Advancement of Management, 4. MELL KNOX BELL, Monroe, Georgia, Civil Engineering, Phi Delta Theta, Treasurer, Freshman Class, American Society of Civil Engineers. FAUSTO 'MANUEL BELLO, Caracas, Venezuela, Chemical Engineering, Newman Club, American Institute of Chemi- cal Engineers. TOWNSENID MIKEIL BELSER, IR., Columbia, South Carolina, Chemical Engineering, Canterbury Club, Scab- bard and Blade, Lieutenant Commander, Navy R.O.T.C. JOSEPH PRISK BENDER, IR., Savannah, Georgia, Chem- ical Engineering, American Chemical Society, 3, 4, Ameri- can Institute of Chemical Engineers, 3, 4. DAVID MILES BENNETT, IR., Austell, Georgia, Civil Engineering, American Society of Civil Engineers. SIDNIEY CLYDE BENNETT, II, Waycross, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering, Delta Tau Delta, Blue Print, I. THOMAS HARMON BENNETT, Augusta, Georgia, Cer- amic Engineering, American Ceramic Society, 2, 3, 4, Veteran's Club, 4. CHARLES EARL BENTLEY, Roberta, Georgia, Industrial Management, Delta Sigma Phi, Glee Club, Society for the Advancement of Management, Management Club. .IOHN GRADY BENTLEY, Milledgeville, Georgia, Indus- trial Management. 446 E IOR DON LEE BERNREUTER, Tavernier, Florida, Aeronau- tical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Briaerean Society, Sigma Gamma Tau, 3, Treasurer, 41, Tau Beta Pi, Dean's List, 3, 4-, Newman Club, 1, 2. ARTHUR WAYNE BERRY, Richmond, Virginia, Indus- trial Engineering, Kappa Sigma, American Institute of Industrial Engineering, 41, Wesley Foundation, 1, 2, 3, fl-, Pershing Rifles, Lieutenant, Army R.O.T.C. CECIL AUSTIN BEST, Columbus, Georgia, Industrial Engineering, Veteran's Club, 1, 2, 111, American Institute of Industrial Engineers, 41. ALFRED E. BIALKO, Farrell, Pennsylvania, Industrial Management, Industrial Management Society, 4-, Newman Club, I, Vetcran's Club 2, Society for Advancement ot' Managers, 1. DONALD NELSON BLACK, Augusta. Georgia, Industrial Engineering, YMCA Recreation Council, 2. 4. Vice-Presi- dent, 3, American Institute of Industrial Engineers, 3, 4, Executive Round Table, 3. 4. RAY NATHAN BLISS, Atlanta, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha, President, 4-. JEAN EDWARD BOBO, Lyman, South Carolina, Inclus- trial Engineering, Beta Theta Pi, Secretary, 3, Bulldog Club, 3, 4-, Triangle Club, 1, 2, 3. LESTER HOBART BODKIN, IR., Chamblee, Georgia, Industrial Management. BLAIR ALLEN BOGGS, Tallahassee, Florida, Mechanical Engineering, Sigma Chi, Alpha Phalanx, 2, Treasurer, 1, Canterbury, 1, 4, Air Force Drill Team, 2, A.S.M.E., 3, Toastmasters, 3, Vice-President, 4, Executive Round Table, 4-, Major, Air Force R.O.T.C. KARL LEONARD BOIN, Baltimore, Maryland, Electrical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Briaerean Society, Secre- tary, Eta Kappa Nu, Co-op Club, A.I.E.E., I.R.E., Lutheran Student Association, Lieutenant, Army R.O.T.C. RONALD LAVERNE BOLDEN, Gainesville, Georgia, Elec- trical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Theta Xi, Vice- President, 3, Co-op Section I, Vice-President, American Institute of Electrical Engineering. SKIP BOWLING Koseme, President, Executive Round Table, Vice-President, Y Cabinet. lass of 9 DONALD EDWARD BOND, Reynolds, Georgia, Electri- cal Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Lambda Chi Alpha, Briaerean Society, American Institute of Electrical Engi- neers, Institute of Radio Engineers, 2!Lt., Army R.O.T.C. TOMMY WAYNE BONDS, Birmingham, Alabama, Indus- trial Management, Bulldog Club, 3, 4, Baptist Student Union, 1, 2, 3, Vice-President, 4, 2!Lt., Army R.O.T.C., Freshman Football, 1. LOTHAL PERRY BONE, Villa Rica, Georgia, Mathe- matics, Math Club, 3, 4. JOHN LESLIE BOS-HER, Savannah, Georgia: Mechanical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Wesley Foundation, 1, 2, 3, 4, Geechee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Alpha Phi Omega, 1, 2, 3, Society Automotive Engineers, 3, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 4. WILLIAM CHARLES BOSWELL, JR., Macon, Georgia, Civil Engineering, Phi Delta Theta, American Society Civil Engineers, 4. ROBERT ASHER BOULWARE, Lakeland, Florida, Chem- ical Engineering, Beta Theta Pi, Vice-President, 3, Amer- ican Chemical Society, 1, 2, 3, I.F.C., 2, 3, American Institute of Chemical Engineers, 4, Technique, 1, 2, Asst. Advertising Mgr., 2. DAVID BOWEN, JR., Cairo, Georgia, Chemical Engineer- ing, Delta Tau Delta, Scabbard 81 Blade, Phi Kappa Phi, Tau Beta Pi, Camera Club, Treasurer, 3, 4, American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Blue Print, 3, 4, Rambler, 3, Layout Ed., 4, Captain, Army R.O.T.C., Distinguished Military Student. ALBERT' WHITMAN BOWERS, Atlanta, Georgia, Elec- trical Engineering, Institute of Radio Engineers, Swim- ming Team, 1, Rifle Team, 2. HAROLD THOMAS BOWLING, Cordele, Georgia, Aero- nautical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Theta Chi, Vice- President, 4, Secretary, Co-op Freshman Class, Koseme Society, Who's Who In American Colleges 8: Universities, YMCA, 3, Vice-President, 4, Board of Directors, 4, YMCA Cabinet, 3, 4, Executive Round Table, 3, President, 4, Bulldog Club, 2, 3, 4, I.A.S., 2, 3, 4, Fraternity Honor Board, Secretary, 4, Sigma Phalanx, 2, 3, 1!Lt., Army R.O.T.C., Distinguished Military Student Award. JAMES ALBERT BOWMAN, Dry Branch, Georgia, Ce- ramics Engineering, American Ceramic Society, 1, 2, 3, Treasurer, 4, Triangle Club, 2, 3, 4, St. Patrick's Coun- cil, 4, Keramos, 4. FRED LOUIS BOWYER, JR., Jackson, Tennessee, Civil Engineering, Kappa Alpha, Chi Epsilon, 3, 4, American Society of Civil Engineers, 3, 4, 2fLt., Army R.O.T.C'. JAMES WILLIAM BRADLEY, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Aeronautical Engineering, Sigma Nu, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Gamma Tau, 3, 4, Phi Kappa Phi, Institute of Aeronau- tical Sciences. NEAL EVERETT BRADLEY, Decatur, Georgia, Mathe- matics, Phi Eta Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, Math Club, 2, Secretary, 3, President, 4, Engineer, 2. JAMES WILEY BRADY, Savannah, Georgia, Electrical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Baptist Student Union, 1, 2, 3, 4, Geechee Club, 3, 4, American Institute of Elec- trical Engineers, 3, 4, Institute of Radio Engineers, 3, 4. NATHAN CHRISTOPHER BRANDON, JR., Atlanta, Geor- gia, Mechanical Engineering, Phi Delta Theta, American Society of Mechanical Engineers. 448 SE IORS JOE BROWN President, Alpha Tau Omega, Tau Beta Pl, Colonel, Army R.O.T.C. PETER STARR BRANT, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management, Phi Delta Theta, Society for the Advance- ment ol Management. JOHN CHARLES BRESSLER. Atlanta, Georgia, lndus- trial Engineering, American Institute of Industrial Engi- neers, fl-. LEE KENNINGTON BREWTON, Savannah, Georgia, ln- dustrial Management. ROBERT L. BRIANT, Decatur, Georgia, Chemical Engi- neering, American Chemical Society, American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi. JOHN JENTZEN BRISBANE, Atlanta, Georgia, Mechan- ical Engineering, Pi Tau Sigma, Tau Bet Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Scabbard 81 Blade, Deans List, 2, 3. 4, Newman Club, I, 2, 3, Recording Secretary, 4, l!Lt., Army R.O.T.C., Basketball, I, Baseball, 3. 4-. MARVIN JERRY BRITT, Avondale Estates, Georgia, Civil Engineering, Delta Upsilon, American Society of Civil Engineers, 2, 3, 4, Triangle Club, 4. JOHN WILLIAM BROADFOOT, Vidalia, Georgia, Indus- trial Management, Lambda Chi Alpha, Society for Ad- vancement of Management, 4+, Sigma Phalanx, 2, 3, Bar- bell Club, 2, 3, 41, Technique, 3, Cross Country, I. WILLIAM HOWARD BRONSON, JR., Shreveport, Louis- iana, Industrial Management. NORMAN ROYLE BROOKINS, Columbus, Georgia, Tex- tile Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha, American Associa- tion of Textile Chemists 81 Coloristsg Technique, 2. EARL DONALDSON BROOKS, Marietta, Georgia, Textile Engineering, Delta Kappa Phi, 2, 3, Treasurer, 41. JERRY CLAUDE BROOKS, Lithonia, Georgia, Industrial Engineering, American Institute of Industrial Engineers, 3, 4+, Society for Advancement of Management, 4. 449 Class of i RALPH LEE BROOKS, Asheville, North Carolina, Textile Engineering, American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists. DENNY LEROY BROWN, Rossville, Georgia, Industrial Management. JAMES ROBERT BROWN, JR., East Point, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering, Pi Tau Sigma, 3, 4, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 4. JAMES THOMAS BROWN, Winston-Salem, North Caro- lina, Mechanical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Bria- erean Society, 2, 3, 4, Pi Tau Sigma, 3, 4, Deans' List, 2, 3, 4, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 4, Co-op Club, 2, 3, President, 4, Student Council, 4. JOE STEWART BROWN, Royston, Georgia, Industrial Engineering, American Institute of Industrial Engineers, 3, 4, Society for the Advancement of Management, 3, 4. JOSEPH EMERSON BROWN, Raleigh, North Carolina, Chemistry, Alpha Tau Omega, President, 4, Tau Beta Pi, 3, 4, Phi Eta Sigma, 1, Deans, List, 2, 3, Scahbard and Blade, 3, President, 4, Interfraternity Council, 3, 4, Pershing Rifles, I, 2, President, 3, Colonel, Army R.O.T.C. NEWMAN HOLLAND BROWN, Ill, Knoxville, Tennessee, Physics, Beta Theta Pi, Briaerean Society, 3, 4, Society of Exploration Geophysicists, 2, 3, President, 4, Technique, 2, Rambler, Advertising Manager, 3, Business Manager, 4. RICHARD JACK BROWN, St. Petersburg, Florida, Elec- trical Engineering, Deans' List. ROY EUGENE BROWN, Columbus, Georgia, Industrial Engineering, Alpha Tau Omega, Society of American Military Engineers, Secretary, 3, President, 4, American Institute of Industrial Engineers, 3, 4, Saint Patrickis Council, 4, Gym Team, 1, 2, Cheerleader, 2, 3. WILLIAM HAND BROWN, Gulfport, Mississippi, Me- chanical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Theta Chi, Amer- ican Society of Mechanical Engineers, 4, YMCA Recre- ation Council, I, 2, 3, 4, Executive Round Table, 3, 4, T-Book, I, 2, Editor, 3, 4, Lieutenant, Army R.O.T.C. COLEMAN JENNINGS BRYAN, St. Augustine, Florida, Chemistry, Chi Psi, HT" Club, 3, 4, Philosophy Club, Secretary, 3, 4, Spiked Shoe Club, 1, 2, 3, Vice-President, 4, Radio Club, I, American Chemical Society, 3, 4, Cross Country Team, 1, 2, 3, 4, Track Team, I, 2, 3, 4. MAXCY COCHRAN President, Sigma Nu, O'DKg Captain, Navy R.O.T.C. 450 IOR CLAUDE RAY BRYANT, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Electrical Engineering, Cooperative Plan. DAVID J. BRYANT, Atlanta, Georgia, Electrical Engi- neering, Phi Kappa Phi, Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, 3, President, fl-, Institute of Radio Engineers, 3, 41, St. Pat- rick's Council, ll, Vctis Club. LAWRENCE ASBURY BRYANT, Atlanta, Georgia, Elec- trical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Co-op Club, 2, Vice- President, 3, fl-, Second Lieutenant, Army R.O.T.C. ROBERT PACKARD BRYANT, Cocoa. Florida, Math, Tau Beta Pi, American Institute ol Electrical Engineers, 2, 3, Society of American Military Engineers, 3, fl-, Math Club, Cl. JAMES JOSEPH BUCKLEY, JR., Malverne, New York, Industrial Engineering, Alpha Pi Mu, 4, American lnsti- tute of Industrial Engineers. 3, 4-, Deans' List, 411. WILLIAM ARTHUR BUCKNER, Georgetown, South Car- olina, Mechanical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Ameri- can Society of Mechanical Engineers. 3. 44, Alpha Phalanx, l. GLENN ARTHUR BURDICK, Pocatello, Idaho, Physics, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Pi Sigma, 3, President, 4, Physics Club, 4. JOHN DONALD BURLEY, JR., Cresson, Pennsylvania, Civil Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Chi Epsilon, 3, ll-, American Society of Civil Engineers. 2, 3, 4. JULIAN CHRISTIAN BURNS, Decatur, Georgia, lndus- trial Engineering, Alpha Tau Omega, Captain, Air Force R.O.T.C. JACK SPENCE BURTON, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management. JAMES FLOYD BUSH, Zebulon, Georgia, Industrial Engi- neering. BERNARD GEORGE BUTLER, Ambrose, Georgia, Inclus- trial Management, Industrial Management Society, 4-, So- ciety for the Advancement of Management, 4. JOHN JAMES BUTSCHER, Flushing, New York, Indus- trial Management. HAROLD FRED BUTTON, Requina, Saskatchewan, Can- ada, Electrical Engineering, Delta Sigma Phi, Treasurer, 2, Fraternity Honor Board, President, 3, American Insti- tute of Electrical Engineers, Treasurer, 2, President, 3, Auto Club, Geology Club, Newman Club. ALVA ROBERTSON BYROM, Atlanta, Georgia, Civil Engineering. 451 f ygq Class of ' CHARLIE CURRY President, Kappa Alpha, Tau Beta Pi, 'Student Council. ARTHUR CAEASS-O, Cedarhurst, New York, Civil Engi- neering, Pi Kappa Phi, American Society of Civil Engi- neers, Bulldog Club. ANTHONY FRANK CALAGNA, Huntington, New York, Civil Engineering, American Society of Civil Engineers, 3, 4. JAY FRANCIS CALDWELL, Fairhope, Alabama, Elec- trical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Phi Sigma Kappa, I, 2, Treasurer, 3, 4, American Institute of Electrical Engineers, 4, Institute of Radio Engineers, 4, Lieutenant, Army R.O.T.C. HOMER LEE CAMPBELL, JR., Villa Rica, Georgia, ln- dustrial Management, Chi Psi, Vice-President, 2, Secretary, 4, Interfraternity Council, 2, Triangle Club, 2, 3, Society for Advancement of Management, 4, Tech Management Club, 4. HAL WARREN CANNON Cordele Geor ia' Industrial 3 7 g 7 Management, Management Club, Society for Advancement of Management. ROBERT SIMPSON CANNON, Atlanta, Georgia, Elec- trical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Chi Psi, Pres- ident, 4, Pi Tau Sigma, Pi Delta Epsilon, Deans' List, 2, 3, Fraternity Honor Board, 2, I.F.C., 4, Bulldog Club, 2, 3, 4, Publications Board, 5, American Institute of Elec- trical Engineers, 5, Institute of Radio Engineers, 5, Engi- neer, 2, 3, 4, Editor, 5, Captain, Army R.O.T.C., Swim- ming, I. GUS JOHN CARAS, Gainesville, Georgia, Chemical Engi- neering, Hellenic Club, 2, 3, Veterans Club, 2, 3, 4, Ameri- can Chemical Society, 4, American Institute of Chemical Engineers, 4. WILLARD RUSSELL CARDOT, E1 Tocuyo, Lara, Vene- zuela, S. A., Mechanical Engineering, Tau Kappa Epsilon. .IOHN VINCENT CARLIN, Elkins Park, Pennsylvania, Chemical Engineering, Phi Delta Theta, American Insti- tute of Chemical Engineers, Bulldog Club, Lt. .l.G., Navy R.O.T.C. FRANKLIN OWEN CARLISLE, JR., Tupelo, Mississippi, Industrial Engineering, Phi Eta Sigma. FREDERICK LIBBEN CARLSEN, JR., Vero Beach, Flor- ida, Ceramic Engineering, Delta Sigma Phi, President, 3, Tau Beta Pi, Keramos, President, 4, American Ceramic Society, 2, 3, President, 4. 452 S JNIORS AN'l'ONlO MIGUEL CARRll,l,O, Habana, Culna: Chemical Engineering: Pi Kappa Phi, Secretary, 3, President, 4-: American lnslitulc of Chemical Etigim-ers, 3, fl-: Newman Club. 1., 2. .IOHN KING CARSON. Reynolds, Georgia: 'Mechanical Engineering: Cooperative Plan: Society of Automotive Engi- tivers. 3. fl: Amt-'ric-an Society ol Mc-clianical Engineers. fl-. DON CMCLOS CAR'l'l9IR. Camden, Arkansas: Civil Engi- neering: Cooperative Plan: American Society ol Civil Engim't'rs, 3. fit. JAMES V. CARTER. ,lll.. Atlanta. Georgia: Electrical Engim-1-ring: Al.1H'l'll'l1l1 lnslilnln- ol Eli-t'trical Engineers: Institute ol ltilllltl lzrigtnct-rs. LENTON .'kl.l.l2N C-Xlt'l'Iilt. Gaitivrsville, Georgia: lndus- trial Engineering: Kappa Alpha: Aint-rican Institute of Industrial Enginm-t's. ISARIS.-XR.-X JANE CASS. Atlanta. Georgia: Arcltilccttirt-: Arcltileclural Society. 2. Historian. 3. fl-1 Girls Glct- Clulr. fl-: Womt-nis Studi-nl Association. fl: Studi-nl Council. fl-. JAMES ALBERT CII,-XMI3l,lSS. A'lZ.llfIlI1. Georgia: lndus- trial Management: llaptist Student l'nion. FR.-XNClS EDEUS CHAXINESS. lit-unc-ttsvillc. South Caro- lina: Chemical Engineering: Cooperative Plan: liriaercan Society: American Institute oi Chemical Engineers. 3, 4: American Chemical Society. 2. 4: Society of American Military Engineers. ll: Lit-ulenant. Army R.O.T.C. LUTHER FRED CHAMPION. Atlanta. Georgia: Chemical Engineering: Phi Gamma Delta. Historian, 3: Phi Eta Sigma: Band, 1. 2. 3: A. l. Ch. E., 2. 3. 4-: American Chemical Society, 3, fl-. JOSEPH HAROLD CHANEY. Newport, Tennessee: Chem- ical Engineering: Cooperative Plan: Phi Gamma Delta: American Institute of Chemical Engineers, 3, 41: Band, 1, 2, 3: Captain, Army R.O.T.C. SANG HOON CHANG, Cheong-ju, Korea: Electrical Engi- neering. ABNER BYRON CHAPMAN, HI, Atlanta, Georgia: Archi- tecture: Alpha Phalanx, 1, 2, Treasurer, 3: Architecture Society, 2, 3, Historian, 4. HIRAM REESE CHAPPELL, JR., Atlanta, Georgia: In- dustrial Engineering. BALUS STEVENSON CHASTAIN, Kannapolis, North Carolina: Industrial Management. BRUCE MONTGOMERY CHERRY, Thomasville, Georgia: Industrial Management: Pi Kappa Phi: Drama Tech, 2, 3, 4: Radio Club, 2, 3: Society for Advancement of Man- agement, 114. Class of '58 ,IOHNNY CALVIN CHESTNUT, Thomaston, Georgia, Electrical Engineering, Captain, Air Force R.O.T.C. HENRY BARDIN CHRISTOPHER, Dalton, Georgia, Tex- tile Engineering, Cooperative Plan, I.S.O., Secretary, 2, Delta Kappa Phi, 2, 3, Vice-President, 4, Co-op Club, 2, Secretary, 3, President, 4, Student Council, IfLt., Army R.O.T.C. GARY ALLAN CHUN, Gadsden, Alabama, Electrical Engineering, Pi Tau Sigma. GEORGE LEE CLACKUM, Oxford, Alabama, Industrial Management, Kappa Kappa Psi, Band, I, 2, 3, 4, Debate Team. JERRY EATON CLARK, Altoona, Florida, Mechanical Engineering, Cooperative Plan: Lambda Chi Alpha, Amer- ican Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2, 3, 4, Baptist Student Union, l, 2, 3, 4. RALPH THOMAS CLARK, JR,, Toccoa, Georgia, Mechan- ical Engineering, American Society of Mechanical Engi- neers. WILLIAM LEANDER CLARK, III, Atlanta, Georgia, In- dustrial Engineering, Delta Tau Delta, Flight Plan, Editor, Major, Air Force R.O.T.C., Wing Staff. CHARLES RUSSELL CLARKE. IR.. Baltimore, Maryland, Industrial Engineering: Theta Chi, Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Pi Mu, American Institute of Industrial Engineers, 2. 3, 4, Society for the Advancement of Management, 3, 4, Execu- tive Round Table, 3, 4, Society of Automotive Engineers, 4. RAY FRANCIS CLIFTON, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Lambda Chi Alpha, Amer- ican Institute of Industrial Engineers. 4: Canterbury Club, l, 2, 3, 4, Captain, Air Force R.O.T.C. PHILIP DAVID COATES, IR., Signal Mountain, Tennes- see, Industrial Management, Kappa Alpha. .IOSEPH KENNETH COBB, Atlanta, Georgia, Physics, Ensign, Navy R.O.T.C. .IOHN MAXCY COCHRAN, JR., Greenville, South Caro- lina, Electrical Engineering, Sigma Nu, President, 4: Phi Eta Sigma, Tau Beta Pi. Vice-President, 4, Eta Kappa Nu, Scabbard St Blade, Phi Kappa Phi, American Insti- tute of Electrical Engineers, Blue Print, 2: Captain, Navy R.O.T.C., Battalion Commander, Dean's List, 2, 3, 4. NEIL HOWARD COHEN, Hartford, Connecticut, Indus- trial Engineering, American Institute of Industrial Engi- neers, Society for the Advancement of Management, Hillel, l!Lt., Army R.O.T.C. DAVID ROGERS COLCORD, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Engineering, American Institute of Industrial Engineers, Vetls Club. HAROLD STEPHEN COLE, Waycross, Georgia, Electrical Engineering, Eta Kappa Nu, Vete1'an's Club, Institute of Radio Engineers. 454 SENIOR .IOSE LUIS COLLAZO. Santure, P. R.: Architecture: Lieutenant, Army R.O.'I'.C. RICHARD ERNEST COLLETT. Greenville. South Caro- lina: Industrial Engineering: Alpha Tau Omega: American Institute of Industrial Engineers: Glen Club, 2, 3, 4-: Blue Print, 2: Rambler, fl-. CARLE WILSON COLLINS, .IR.. Screven. Georgia: Elec- trical Engineering: Institute ot' Radio Engineers, 4: Vet- eran's Club. 3. fl-: American Institute of EIe1,:t.rieal Engi- neers. 4. DAVID CONNER COLLINS, Camilla. Georgia: Civil Engi- neering: Alpha Tau Omega: Student Council, fi: Rambling Recks. 2. 3. ft: Bulldog Club. 3. 4-: Alpha Phalanx, 2. 3, 41: B.S.l,l.. 2: Sigma Phalanx. I: Lieutenant. Navy R.O.'I'.C. ROBERT HERSCHEI. COLLINS, IR.. hflelter. Georgia- Industrial Engineering: Kappa Sigma. JERRY LEGARI5 COMIER. Macon. Georgia: Industrial Engineering: Pi Delta Epsilon. 2. fl-: Camera Club. I. 4. President. 2. Seeretary. 3: Sigma Phalanx. I. 2. fl.. Vice- Presiflent. 3: Triangle Club. I. 2. 3. Ll-: Radio Club. I, 2: Activities Couneil. 2: B.S.ll.. I. 2. 4. Greater Council. 3: Young Repulilieans Club. 2. fi. Seerelary. 3: Executive Round Table. 4: Teeliniqne. I. Photo Ed.. 2: Blue Print, I. 2. 11-. Cireulations Manager. 3: Rambler. "I-. WILLIAM FITZI'IIIGI'I CONIER. Cordele. Georgia: Elec- trical Engineering: Sigma Phi Epsilon: Wesley Founda- tion. 1. 2. 3: Institute of Radio Engineers. 4: American Institute of Electrieal Engineers. 4: Rocket Society. -I: Math Club, fi. DONALD CAMPBELL CONE. Nlarietta. Georgia: Aero- nautical Engineering: Cooperative Plan: Drama Tet-Ii. I. 2. 3: Baptist Student Ilnion. I. 2. 3. -'tg Rocket Society. 3. 4: Institute of the Aeronautical Sciences. 4. RICHARD BURKE CONNELLY. Chattanooga. Tennessee: Civil Engineering: Cooperative Plan: Phi Gamma Delta: A.S.C.E.. 3, 4: Bulldog Club. 2. 44: Triangle Club. 2, 3, 4: Newman Club, I: Cross-Country, I. BENJAMIN HAYDEN COOK, Falls Church. Virginia: Industrial Engineering: Sigma Chi: American Institute of Industrial Engineers, 3, 4: Alpha Phi Omega. I, 2, Treas- urer, 3, Secretary, 4: Canterbury Club, 1, 2. CHARLES LEONARD COOK, Atlanta, Georgia: Industrial Management: Kappa Alpha. ROGER FLEMING President, Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Koseme: Lt. Colonel, Air Force R.O.T.C. 455 Class of ' CHARLES ROBERT COOK, JR., Charleston, South Caro- lina: Electrical Engineering, Vet's Club, Institute of Radio Engineers, American Institute of Electrical Engineers. JOHN CARTWRIGHT COOK, Charlotte, North Carolina, Industrial Management, Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Society for Advancement of Management, Management Club, Foot- hall, 1, 2, 3. MERRILL CLARK COOK, JR., Fairburn, Georgia, Inclus- trial Management, Lambda Chi Alpha, Bulldog Club, 3, 4, Society for Advancement of Management, 3, 4, Manage- ment Club, 3, 4, 2fLt., Army R.O.T.C. ROBERT CARROLL COOK, Memphis, Tennessee, Civil Engineering, American Society of Civil Engineers. ARTHUR JOEL COPELAND, JR., Griliin, Georgia, Me- chanical Engineering: Phi Delta Theta, Pi Tau Sigma, 3, Corr. Secretary, 4, Tau Beta Pi, A.S.M.E., 4, Tiller, 1, Lieutenant, Navy R.O.T.C., Deanls List, 3, 4. MORRIS ROOP COPELAND, JR., Griihn, Georgia, Textile Engineering, Phi Delta Theta, Triangle Club, l, 2, 3, 4, Flight Plan, l, 2, 3, Major, Air Force R.O.T.C., Golf, 2, 3, 4. JERRY LEE COSNER, Kansas City, Missouri, Chemical Engineering, Phi Epsilon Pi, Secretary, 3, Vice-President, 4, American Chemical Society, 2, 3, 4, American Institute of Chemical Engineers, 3, Treasurer, 4. WILLIAM WOODS COTTERMAN, Decatur, Georgia, In- dustrial Management, Alpha Tau Omega, Society for Ad- vancement of Management, 3, Vice-President, 4, Toast- masters. 3, 4, St. Patrick's Council, 4, Debating Society, 4, Dean's List, l.M. Society. CLIFFORD WILBERT COWAN, Atlanta, Georgia, Elec- trical Engineering, Co-op Club, l, 2. JOEL HARVEY COWAN, Cartersville, Georgia, Industrial Management, Alpha Tau Omega, Young Democrat Club, Vice-President, 3, President, 4. CLAUSON RONALD COWARD, North Charleston, South Carolina, Mechanical Engineering, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Pi Tau Sigma, Treasurer, 4, Bulldog Club, 3, 4, I.F.C., 3, 4, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 3, 4. ADDIS FRANKLIN COX, West Point, Georgia, Electrical Engineering, Cooperative Plan. BILL ALLISON COX, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Man- agement. BOBBY EUGENE COX, Cordele, Georgia, Civil Engineer- ing, Cooperative Plan: Chi Epsilon, 3, 4: Wesley Founda- tion, 2, Secretary, 1, Treasurer, 3, 4, Sigma Phalanx, l, Secretary, 2, 3, Treasurer, 4, American Society of Civil Engineers, 3, President, 4, Triangle Club, 2, 3, St. Pat- rickis Council, 4, Society of American Military Engineers, 4, Lt., Army R.O.T.C., Pi Tau Chi, 4, LAWRENCE ROBERT CRAWFORD, Columbia, South Carolina, Industrial Engineering, Theta Chi, Institute of Aeronautical Sciences, 2, 3, American Institute of Indus- trial Engineers, 4, Executive Round Table, 3, 4, Canter- bury Club, l, 2, Navy Drill Team, 1, 2, 3, Commander, 4, Society for Advancement of Management, 4: Alpha Phalanx, 1, 2, 3, Navy Radio Club, 2, Lieutenant, Navy R.O.T.C. E IOR SAM FLEMING President, Toastmasters, Student' Council, Captain, Navy R.O.T.C. JOSEPH LEE CREWS. .l R., Covington, Cr-orgia: lntlustrial Management: Della Sigma Phi, Circle K Club, 2, 3, Society lor Advancement of Management. 3.11-: Management Club. 4. JOHN N. CRISP. Canton. Ohio: Mc-elianical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, American Society of Nic-clianical Engi- neers. JOSEPH SEDDON CROMWELL. JR.. Washington, D. C.: .'ll'Cl'lllC'Cll1l'CC Phi Gamma Delta: Bulldog Club, 3. 4, Architecture Society. 2. 3. -l-: W.S.l7., 3. fl-1 Triangle Club, 2. 3, ll-, T!?l'1H1i!jlll', 2, 4, Cross Country. l. RAYMOND JOSEPH CROSS. Tampa. Florida: 4Xlt-c'l1ani- cal Engineering: Cooperative Plan, Co-op Club. 2. 4, American Society of Xleclianim.-al lfnginet-rs. 4, 2fl,l., Army R.O.T.C. LESTER ALONZO CROl Cll, Augusta. Georgia, Ceramics Engineering. FRED BISSELL CROWELL, Atlanta, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering, Pi Tau Sigma, American Society of Mechan- ical Engineers. RICHARD MCCRANIE CROWNOVER, Cairo, Georgia, Physics, Pi Kappa Alpha, Treasurer, 2, Vice-President, 4, American Institute of Electrical Engineers, 2. JOHN CHARLES CURRY, JR., Hattiesburg, Mississippi, Industrial Engineering, Kappa Alpha, President, 4, Alpha Pi Mu, 3, Treasurer, 4, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi, Who's Who Among Students In American Col- leges 8: Universities, A.I.I.E., 4, Toastmaster's Club, 2, 3, 4, Triangle Club, 2, 3, Student Council, 4, Dean's List, 2, 3, 4, S.A.M. Award, 3, .A.I.I.E. Award, 2, Georgia Engineering Society Award, 3. JUNE FOSCO DARDEN, Waycross, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering, Pi Tau Sigma, American Society of Mechan- ical Engineers, 4. ROBERT LYNN DAUGHERTY, Blue Stone Gap, Virginia, Industrial Management, Pi Kappa Alpha, Secretary, 3, Circle K Club, 1, 3, Vice-President, 2, Philosophy Club, 2, 3, 4, Bulldog Club, 3, 4, Young Republicans Club, 3, 4, Management Club, Yellow Jacket, 2, American Institute of Chemical Engineers, 3, American Chemical Society, 3. IRENE DAVENPORT, Atlanta, Georgia, Textile Engineer- ing, American Association of Textile Chemists 81 Colorists, 3, Secretary, 4, Women's Student Association, Secretary, 4, iociety of Women Engineers, 4, Blue Print, 41, Dean's ist, 3, 4. .W , ww! " it W ifi" f ' ,Z I 1 ' " , . - 5M.g'.,zv.v:...a Class of ' ARTHUR WILLIS DAVIS, Powder Springs, Georgia, Tex- tile Engineering, Wesley Foundation, I, 2, 3, 44, American .Association of Textile Chemists 81 Colorists, 4-. CHARLES SAMUEL DAVIS, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Engineering, Delta Sigma Phi. ,IOHN BENS-TON DAVIS, Brunswick, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering, American Society of Mechanical Engineers. RICHARD ELMON DAVIS, St. Simons Island, Georgia, Chemical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Phi Delta Theta, Swimming, 1, 2. CECIL BURKE DAY, Macon, Georgia, Industrial Manage- ment, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Society for Advancement of lgdlanagement, 3, President, 4-, Veterans Club, 4, Presidents 'lub, 4-. DONALD ROBERT DELANY, West Palm Beach, Florida, Civil Engineering, Phi Gamma Delta, Chi Epsilon, 3, 4, American Society of Civil Engineers, 3, 4. DON BURKE DENBY, JR., Carlinville, Illinois, Archi- tecture, Phi Gamma Delta, Recording Secretary, 2, 3, Triangle Club, 2, 3, 4-, Architecture Society, 4, Bulldog Club, 3, 4, Basketball, 1, 2, Football, 2. . HARVEY HOWARD DEVANE, Cuthbert, Georgia, Indus- trial Management. MAURICE DE VARENNES, Cornwall, Ontario, Canada, Mechanical Engineering. EARL HEINZ DIAMOND, Clarksdale, Mississippi, Elec- trical Engineering, Institute of Radio Engineers. MIGUEL A. DIAZ, Habana, Cuba, Industrial Engineering, Pan American Club, l. GEORGE C-JRIMES President, 'Sigma Chi, Tau Beta Pi, Colonel, Air Force R.O.T.C. 458 IORS RICHARD EUGENE DIX, Atlanta, Georgia, Aeronautical Engineering, Phi Eta Sigma, Scalmbard and Blade, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Gamma Tau, ll-, Dean's List, 3, 41-, Institute ol Aeronautical Sciences, Lt. Colonel, Army R.O.T.C., Outstanding .lunior Infantry Medal, Distinguished Military Student, Basketball, l. CHARLES LEWIS DODDS, JR., Columbus, Georgia, Industrial Engineering, Alpha Tau Omega, Treasurer, ll., Major, Air Force R.O.T.C. CARL LEON DONALDSON. JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Elec- trical Engineering, Cooperative Plan. ERNEST EDWIN DONALDSON. JR., McCaysvilIe, Geor- gia, Electrical Engineering. EDWARD CHANDLER DOUGI-ITY, .IR., Plant City, Flor- ida, Electrical Engineering: American Institute of Elec- trical Engineers, Ll-, Vet's Club, 4. BERNARD DENT DOWNING, Naylor, Maryland, Mechan- ical Engineering, Phi Kappa Sigma. WILLIAM GEORGE DRIESSLEIN. Fort Lauderdale. Flor- ida, Architecture: Theta Xi, Secretary, l, Treasurer, 2, President, 4, Interfraternity Council. STEPHEN JAY DROURR. Rockville Center. New York, Industrial Management: Tau Epsilon Phi, Treasurer, 2, Vice-President, 3: Society for Advancement ot' Manage- ment, KL, American Institute of Industrial Engineers, 1, Honor Board, 4-, Hillel Foundation, l, 2, 3, 41. KERMIT EARL DUCKETT, Canton, North Carolina, Physics, Phi Eta Sigma, Physics Club. HENRY GAFFORD DUFFER, College Park, Georgia, Industrial Engineering, Veterans Club, 3, 4. WALTER EARL DUNDERVILL, Rome, Georgia, Textile Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Delta Tau Delta, Tau Beta Pi, Briaerean Society, Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Psi, 3, 4, S.A,lVI.E., Captain, Army R.O.T.C., Flight Program, Dis' tinguished Military Student, Scabbard 8: Blade. FELTON DUNN, Dublin, Georgia, Ceramics Engineering, Veterans Club, 4. ROBERT SAYERS DURLING, JR., Baltimore, Maryland, Electrical Engineering, Phi Kappa Tau, American Institute of Electrical Engineers. WILLIAM EDWARD DURRETT, Savannah, Georgia, In- dustrial Management, Society 'for Advancement of Man- agement. MARGARET JAGKLYN EASTON, Lantana, Florida, Aero- nautical Engineering, Pi Delta Epsilon, 2, 3, 4, Drama Tech, 1, 2, 3, 4, Women Students' Association, President, 4+, Institute of Aeronautical Sciences, 1, 2, 3, 4, Canter- bury Club, 1, 2, 3, LL, Society of Women Engineers, 3, 4, Blue Print, 1, Classes Ed., 2, 3, Features Ed., 41. 459 Class of ' TOM HALL ANAK, President, Y Cabinet, President, Toastmasters. WILLIAM HUGH EDMISTON, Tampa, Florida, Electrical Engineering, Eta Kappa Nu, Presbyterian Student Center: American Institute of Electrical Engineers, Institute of Radio Engineers. ,IACK DONHAM EDWARDS, Montrose, Arkansas, Indus- trial Management, Sigma Chi, Management Club, 3, 4, Society for Advancement of Management, 3, 4, Lieutenant, Army R.O.T.C. MONROE SAMUEL EDWARDS. Augusta. Georgia, Elec- trical Engineering, Delta Upsilon, Phi Eta Sigma, Pi Delta Epsilon, Triangle Club, I, 2, 3, Institute of Radio Engi- neers, 2, 3, 4: Engineer, I, 2. Feature Ed., 3. Managing Ed., 4, Square D Scholarship Winner, 3, 4. ROBERT FRANKLIN EDWARDS, Shavertown, Pennsyl- vania, Textile Engineering, Phi Kappa Sigma, Vice-Presi- dent, 3, President, 4. GEORGE RAY ELLIS, Decatur, Georgia, Electrical Engi- neering, Cooperative Plan, Lambda Chi Alpha, American Institute of Electrical Engineers, 3, 4, Institute of Radio Engineers. 3, 4. ROBERT WESTALL ELLIS, Camden, Arkansas, Mechan- ical Engineering, American Society of Mechanical Engi- neers, 4, Society of Automotive Engineers, 4. LAURENCE WILLIAM ENDERSON, IR., Fort Lauder- dale, Florida, .Aeronautical Engineering, Veteran's Club, 1, 4. DONALD PATRICK ENDOM, New Orleans, Louisiana: Mechanical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Delta Tau Delta, President, 4, Newman Club, l, 2, 3, 4, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 4, Technique, I, 2. GERALD FRANCIS ERICKSON, Winter Park, Florida, Mechanical Engineering, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Chaplain, 2, Secretary, 3, Vice-President, 4, Glee Club, 1, 2, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2, 3, Treasurer, 4. RICHARD DONALD ES-TES, Atlanta, Georgia, Chemistry, American Chemical Society, Armed Forces Chemical As- sociation, 2fLt., Army R.O.T.C., Gym Team. HENRY OLIN EVERITT, IR., Madison, Georgia, Indus- trial Engineering, Phi Delta Theta, Alpha Pi Mu, Glee Club, I, 2, Secretary, 3, President, 4, "T" Book, I, 2, 3, Editor, 4. SE IORS JAMES XVILLIAM EZZELL, Rockmart, Georgia: Industrial Engineering. ROBERTO FACUSSE, Tegucigalpa, D. C. Honduras, C. A.: Textile Engineering. GLENN DAVIS FALCON, BiK'lltlYlfL'l'l2ll1l, Alabama: Elec- trical Engineering: Cooperative Plan: Theta Xi, Secretary, 3: Tau Beta Pi: Rriaerean Society: Eta Kappa Nu: Phi Eta Sigma: Phi Kappa Phi: Dcan's List: Alpha Phi Omega, I, 2: Drama Tech, l. 2, 4: R.O.T.C. Rifle Team, l: Toastmasters. l, 2: American Institute of Electrical Engi- neers, 2, 3, President. fl: TCI'llllil1Llt', 2: Scabbard 81 Blade: Major, Army R.O.T.C.: Distinguished Military Studs-nt: Wesley Foundation. l. 2: Pershing Rifles, l, 2. JAMES M. FALKS. Atlanta, Georgia: Industrial Manage- ment: Management Club, ll: Air Force Drill Team, l, 2. HENRY THOMAS FALVEY, Milledgeville, Georgia: Civil Engineering: Cooperative Plan: Tau Ret Pi: Briaerean Society: Phi Kappa Phi: A.S.C.E.. 2. 3. 4: S.A.M.E., 3, 4: Triangle Club. 2. 3: Sigma Phalanx, 2: Recreation Council, 3. 4: St. Patricks Council, 4: NT" Banff: Torch: lfLt.. Army R.O.T.C.: Distinguished Military Student: Dean's List, 2, 3. 4. MARTIN IRVIN FARFEL. Portsmouth, Virginia: lndus- trial Engineering: Cooperative Plan: Alpha Epsilon Pi. Vice-President. President. All-: Phi Eta Sigma: Alpha Pi Mu: Driaerean Society: Bulldog Club: A.I.I.E.. 3, 4: Hillel. l. 2: Fraternity Honor Board. TRENT CRICOS FARILL. Conyers, Georgia: Electrical Engineering: Cooperative Plan: Theta Xi. Vice-President, 3: American Institute of Electrical Engineers. 2!Lt., Army R.O.T.C. BOBBY FRANKLIN FARMER. Atlanta. Georgia: Indus- trial Engineering: Cooperative Plan: Alpha Pi Mu: Tau Beta Pi: Phi Eta Sigma: Rriaerean Society. Treasurer. 3, President. 4: Phi Kappa Phi: Co-op Club: A.l.l.E.: S,A.M.: Distinguished Military Student: Lt. Colonel. Army R.O.T.C.. Signal Corps Battalion Commander. MARSHALL FAUSOLD, JR., Tallahassee, Florida: Civil Engineering: Tau Kappa Epsilon. Treasurer, 4: American Society of Civil Engineers, 3, 4. GENE BOYER FEE, JR., Birmingham, Alabama: Mathe- matics: Society of American Military Engineers, 3, Vice- President, 4: Scabbard 81 Blade: Captain, Army R.O.T.C. MARVIN ALAN FEINMAN, Dorchester, Massachusetts: Industrial Management: Alpha Epsilon Pi, Treasurer, 3: Management Club: Society for Advancement of Manage- ment: Philosophy Club: Vet's Club. STEVE KINARD FERRELL, JR., Waycross, Georgia: Industrial Management: Phi Kappa Phi: Industrial Man- agement Society: Society for Advancement of Management: Vcteran's Club. LEONARD HOWARD FILLER, Woodmere, New York: Mechanical Engineering: American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 4: Society of Automotive Engineers, 4: YMCA, 1, 2, 3, 4. .IAMES SCOTT FINCHER, Atlanta, Georgia: Industrial Engineering: Alpha Pi Mu: Armed Forces Chemical Asso- ciation, 3, 4: Lieutenant, Army R.O.T.C. ROGER BLINN FLEMING, St. Petersburg Beach. Florida: Industrial Engineering: Sigma Alpha Epsilon, President, 4: Junior Class Secretary-Treasurer: Arnold Air Society, Treasurer, 3: Koseme: I.F.C., 2, 3, Treasurer, 4: Rambling Reck Club, 2, 3, 4: Lt. Colonel, Air Force R.O.T.C. Class of ' SAMUEL HALE SIBLEY FLEMING, Augusta, Georgia, Industrial Management, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Treasurer, 3, 4, Student Council, 4, Phi Eta Sigma, Scabbard St Blade, Industrial Management Society, 3, 4, Who's Who In American Colleges 8 Universities, Deanis List, 4, Toast- masters, 3, President, 4, Executive Round Table, 3, 4, Student Lecture 81 Entertainment Committee, 4, Student Trial Board, 4, Counselor, Freshman Camp, 4, Triangle Club, 4, YMCA Cabinet, 4, Navy Student Council, Presi- dent, 4, Captain, Navy R.O.T.C., Battalion Commander, Tennis, 3, 4. JOHN ALLEN FLINCHUM, Atlanta, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 4, Veteranis Club, 4. LAWRENCE G. FLINK, Miami, Florida, Aeronautical Engineering, Phi Epsilon Pi, Radio Club, 2, Institute of the Aeronautical Sciences, 4. PAUL MURPHY FLOOD, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Sigma Nu, Phi Kappa Phi, Alpha Pi Mu, Tau Beta Pi, Briaerean Society, 3, President, 4, Bulldog Club, 2, 3, 4, St. Patrickis Council, 4, A.I.I.E., 2, 3, 4, S.A.M., 3, 4, Newman Club, I, 2, 3, 4, Major, Army R.O.T.C., Distinguished Military Student, Baseball, I. WALTER ROGER FLOURNEY LaGrange Georgia' Aero- - I I 7 D 7 C 7 nautical Engineering. JAMES LANE FORD, Alexander City, Alabama, Chemical Engineering, Sigma Nu, Vice-President, 4, American Insti- tute of Chemical Engineers, Tennis, l, 2. JOHN WILLIAM FORTUNE, Lawrenceville, Georgia, Civil Engineering, Baptist Student Union, Spiked Shoe Club, I, 2, Secretary, 3, President, 4, T-Club, 2, 3, 4, American Society of Civil Engineers, 2, 3, 4, Cross Coun- try, I, 2, 3, 4, Track, 1, 2, 3, 4. JACKIE TRAVIS FOSTER, Piedmont, South Carolina, Mechanical Engineering, American Society of Mechanical Engineers. WILLIAM IRVINE FOX, JR., Danville, Kentucky, Civil Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Sigma Chi, Briaerean Society, 3, 4, Chi Epsilon, 3, Vice-President, 4, A.P.O., I, Vice-President, 2, S.A.M.E., 2, 3, President, 4, A.S.C.E., 3, 4, Bulldog Club 3, 4, Blue Print, 1, lfLt., Army R.O.T.C., Flight Training, Dean's List, 3, 4, Distinguished Militaiy Student. MANUEL SALVADOR FRANCO, JR., Guatemula City, Guatemula, Mechanical Engineering, Newman Club, I, 2, 3, 4, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 3, 4. SAMUEL CLAY FRANKLIN, Russellville, Kentucky, Tex- tile Engineering, Alpha Tau Omega. CHARLES ANTHONY FRECK, St. Petersburg. Florida, Mechanical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Theta Xi, President, 3, Briaerean Society, Pi Tau Sigma, Co-op Club, 3, 4, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Treasurer, 4, Dean's List, 3, 4. WILLIAM BENSON FREEMAN, LaGrange, Georgia, Chemical Engineering, Phi Delta Theta, Treasurer, 2, Secretary, 3, President, 4, American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Lieutenant, Navy R.O.T.C. STANLEY LEON EREENY, Jackson, Mississippi, Electri- cal Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Phi Eta Sigma, Briae- rean Society, Institute of Radio Engineers, 3, 4, Rocket Society, 4. RALPH KOBER FRIED, Brooklyn, New York, Industrial Management, Alpha Epsilon Pi, Society for the Advance- ment of Management, 3, 4, Management Club, 3, 4, Phi- losophy Club, 3, Hillel, 2, 3. 462 SENIOR ARTHUR WOLEE EIJDCIFIIVI, Atlanta, Ceorgiag Industrial Nlanagementg Sigma Phi Epsilon. Treasurer, 411, Society lor the Aclvanccrnwnt of Nlanagetnenl, 3, 4-g Vetis Cluh, 3, 4, Blzte Print, l. BENJAMIN CAHRETT EUCITT, JH., Atlanta, Ceorgiag Inclustrial NIi!l1Elg6ll1tt'l1IQ Sigma Alpha Epsilong Society lor the Amlvancumenl of Nlatiagentvtit, 3, 4-g Management Cluh, 3, fllg Ilulltlog Clulx. fl, Ll. Colonel, Air Force Ii.O.T.C. WILLIAM LEE l7llI,GI'lllNI, Viflalia. Ccorgiag lnrlustrial Wlanagententg Phi Kappa Phig lntlustrial Management So- ciety. -1-Q Socin-lv for tht' .'Xmlva11c'v111er1l of Management, llfg Dean s List. Z. 3. LI. HENRY IJ. CLAYTON EllI,l,Eli. .lli.. Cairo. Ceorgiag lncluslrial Nlanagexnentg Sm-contl Lieutenant. Army Il.U.'I'.C.g 'IR-ch Alattagexm-til Cflulm, XVlLl.,l.'XAI NEWTON I7lll-l-l'ili, Atlanta. Georgia: lnrlus- trial Engine-1-ring: Ann--t'it'an Institttlt- ol lntlustrial Engi- neers. 4: Yctis Cluh. 3. -I. ITEUIVORIJ lrlAIiOl.lJ l"l'NK. ,lIi.. Lonisvillt-. Kvnttirkyz .'xt'l'0l121LlIlK,'2il I':l1gIIll'I'l'Illg1 Phi Sigma Kappa. KENNETH I.l.OYlil I7l'IIl3llSl'l. East Point. Georgia: :Xt't'llIIt'ClllI't'Z Sigma Nu: Major. Air Force lI.O.T.C. Z,-XNE EIIENTHESS. Atlanta. Georgia: Elvr'trit'al Engi- neering. GEORGE N. Gftlillllil-. JH.. Norfolk. Virginia: lnclustrial Nlanagementg Chi Phi. Trt-asurvr, fl: lnclustrial Manage- ment Society. -lt: Iiulltlog Clulm. 3. 41 Freshman Gym Teatng Captain. Air Force H.O.T.C. DAVID FULTON SHALL GALLOWAY, III, Pensacola, Floriclag Mechanical Engineering: Phi Kappa Sigmag American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists. PHILIP LARRY GALLOWAY, Atlanta, Georgiag Textile Engineeringg American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists. BOB HILL Secretary-Treasurer, Senior Classg Tau Beta Pig Student' Council. 463 Class of ' CHARLES ROBERT GAMBLIN, Clarksville, Tennessee, Mechanical Engineering, Sigma Chi, 2, 3, 4, American Society ot Mechanical Engineers, 2, 3, 4, Mathematics Club, 2, 3, 4. VANCE SNELSON GAMMONS, Cowan, Tennessee, Indus- trial Engineering, American Institute of Industrial ,Engi- neers, 4, Major, Army R.O.T.C. JOHN WELCH GARMANY, Savannah, Georgia, Electrical Engineering, Co-operative Plan, American Institute of Electrical Engineers, 3, 4, Institute of Radio Engineers, 3, 4, Camera Club, I, 2, Geechee Club, I, 2, 3, 4. JOEL MCCALL GARRETT, Albany, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Baptist Stu- dent Union. WILLIAM BERNARD GARTNER, Newark, New Jersey, Mechanical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Lambda Chi Alpha, Georgia Tech Rocket Society, 4, Newman Club, I, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM STANLEY GARVIN, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Industrial Management Society. RUDOLPH ERIC GAY, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Man- agement. WESLEY WAITS GIBBS, JR., Memphis, Tennessee, Me- chanical Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Eta Sigma, Pi Tau Sigma, T Club, Football, 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball, I, 3, 4. JAMES LOUIS GIBSON, JR., Miami, Florida, Industrial Management, Society for the Advancement of Management, 4' Management Club 4' Vet's Club 3 4 Canterbu 7 ca 1 'Q e s i ry Club, I, 2. GEORGE JOHN GILBERT, New York, New York, Physics, Lambda Chi Alpha, Sigma Pi Sigma, Physics Club. ROGER GEORGE GILBERTSON, Eau Claire, Wisconsin, Industrial Engineering, C0-operative Plan, Sigma Phi Ep- silon, Briaerean Society, Alpha Pi Mu, 3, 4, Eta Kappa Nu, 3, 4, American Institute of Industrial Engineers, 3, 4, American Institute of Electrical Engineers, 3, Institute of Radio Engineers, 3, Society for the Advancement of Man- agement, 3, 4, Drama Tech, 3, Philosophy Club, President, 3, Toastmasters Club, 3, Dean's List. ARTHUR PAUL GILES, Decatur, Georgia, Industrial Engineering, American Institute of Industrial Engineers, 3, 4, Vet's Club, I, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM REID GILLIAM, Nashville, Tennessee, Indus- trial Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Phi Sigma Kappa, Secretary, 2, Vice President, 4, American Institute of In- dustrial Engineers, Alpha Phi Omega, Co-op Vice-President, 2, Co-op Club, 2, 3, 4. HAROLD JOE GIROIR, Odessa, Texas, Industrial Engi- neering, Sigma Phi Epsilon, American Institute of Indus- trial Engineers, 3, 4, Society for the Advancement of Management, 3, 4. ROBERT OWEN GO'DWIN, Holly Hill, Florida, Electrical Engineering, Co-operative Plan, Phi Kappa Phi, Tau Beta Pi, Briaerean Society, Eta Kappa Nu, 4, American Insti- tute of Electrical Engineers, 3, 4, Institute of Radio Engi- neers, 3, 4, St. Patrick's Council, 4, Baptist Student Union, I, 2, 3, Lieutenant, Army R,O,T.C., Deanis List, 3, 4. IOR LES HORN Kosemeg Chairman, W.S.F.g Vice President, Y Cabinet. MARVIN HIEl,MliR GOEK1l5l'il,. Sanford. lfloritla: lndus- trial Engineering: Banrl, 2. 3. fl-g American Institute of lnfluslrial Engineers. 415 lfluc Print, 2. JERRY GOLDNVASSER. Atlanta. Gcorgiag lntluslrial Man- agementg Phi Epsilon Pi. Treasurer. 2, 3: l.l7.C. Honor Board: Ratlio Cluh. 2g Society ol American Military Engi- neers, 3. 4: Lt, l,lGl Navy R.O.T.C. RAEAEL GONZALEZ. Santiago rlc Culma. Cuha: Mechani- cal Engineering, Pi Tau Sigma: American Society of Mechanical Engineers. ,IOHN MILLS GOODLOIQ. Decatur. Georgia: lntlustrial Management: Alpha Tau Omega, Management Clulig Cross Country, lg Track. 1. ROBERT DUNCAN GOTSCH. Alliany. Georgia: lntlus- trial Managementg Delta Tau Della: Pi Delta Epsilon, Treasurer. 43 Student Lecture 84 Entertainment Committee, Secretary. 3, 4-3 Sigma Phalanx, 2, Vice-President, 3, W.S.E. Committee. 3, 4-g Newman Club. 1. 2, 4-: Toast- masters Club. 23 Drama Tech. 1, 2g Teclinique. 2. Features Ecl., 3. Editor. Summer of 4, Executive Ed., 4-. DAVID WILFRED GOULD. JR., Thomasville, Georgia, Mechanical Engineeringg Pi Tau Sigmag American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 3, 45 Drama Tech, 2. RONALD ALSBERRY GRACY, Ringgold, Georgia, Me- chanical Engineering. WILLIAM FRANKLIN GRAHAM, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management. WILLIAM .IOE GREEN, Camilla, Georgiag Chemical Engi- neering, American Chemical Society, 2. FRANK KIRK GREENE, Marietta, Georgiag Electrical Engineering, Cooperative Plan. PHILIP HOKE GRESHAM, Winde1', Georgia, American Society of Civil Engineersg Veteranis Cluh. I "vrwg.w, 5 f f 9 lass of ' CARLTON EDWIN GRIFFIN, Thomasville, Georgia, Elec- trical Engineeringg Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, 3, 4, Institute of Radio Engineers, 3, President, 4, Vet's Club, 3, 4. SAMUEL MARVIN GRIFFIN, JR., Bainbridge, Georgia, Industrial Management, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Scabbard 81 Blade, Industrial Management Society. ' JAMES JOHNSTON GRIFFISS, JR., Chattanooga, Tennes- see, Industrial Management, Industrial Management So- ciety, 4. CLIFFORD BROWN GRIMES, Perry, Georgia, Industrial Engineering, American Institute of Industrial Engineers. GEORGE HAMMOND GRIMES, JR., Monroeville, Ala- bama, Industrial Engineering, Sigma Chi, President, 4, Whois Who In American Colleges 81 Universities, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Pi Mu, 4, Recording Secretary, 3, Newman Club, I, 2, A.P.O., I, Air Force Drill Team, I, 2, Toastmasters, 2, 4, Vice-President, 3, Scabbard 81 Blade, Arnold Air Society, 4, Secretary, 3, Colonel, Wing Commander, Air Force R.O.T.C. JAMES ARTHUR GRISSETT, JR., Ray City, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering, Cooperative Plan. JOHN GRIST, JR., Miami, Florida, Industrial Engineer- ing, American Institute of Industrial Engineers. CURTIS WAYNE GUNTER, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management, Theta Chi, Secretary, 3, President, 4, Execu- tive Round Table, 3, 4, Society for Advancement of Man- agement, 4, Lieutenant, Army R.O.T.C. JOHN CHRISTOPHER GWYNN, Morris Plains, New Jersey, Chemical Engineering, American Chemical Society, 4, American Institute of Chemical Engineers, 4, Presby- terian Center, 3, 4. THOMAS EDWARD HADDEN, Atlanta, Georgia, Electri- cal Engineering, Institute of Radio Engineers, Secretary, 4, American Institute of Electrical Engineers, Veteran's Club, Lutheran Studentis Association. .TOE HOWELL HAITHCOCK, Salisbury, North Carolina, Aeronautical Engineering, Veteran's Club, Institute of the Aeronautical Sciences. Remember 'rhe long hours spent in the library preparing for quizzes? 466 Class of '58 DAN LAIRD 'Vice President, I.F.C.g President, Alpha Phalanx, Pi Delta Epsilon. FLOYD ENSLEY HARDY, Perry, Georgia, Civil Engineer- ing, American Society of Civil Engineers. JAMES MARCUS HARDY, East Point, Georgiag Industrial Managementg Society for the Advancement of Manage- mentg Delta Tau Delta. BRUCE EDWARD HARNER, Hagestown, Marylandg Ar- chitecture. LLOYD WILLIAM HARPER, JR., Sarnia. Ontario, Can- adag Industrial Managementg Clee Club. 1. 2: Society of Exploration Geophysicists, 3, 4, Management Club, 4. RICHARD MANN HARPER, Albany, Ceorgiag Mechanical Engineeringg Chi Phi, I.F.C., 2, 3, 49 I.F.C. Trial Board, 3, Lieutenant, Air Force R.O.T.C. DONALD REECE I-IARRELL, Chipley, Florida: Aeronau- tical Engineeringg Sigma Gamma Tau, 43 Institute of Aeronautical Sciences, 2, 3, 4, Rocket Society, 3, 4g Wesley Foundation, 1, 2, 3, 4, Lt. Colonel, Air Force R.0.T.C.g Arnold Air Society, 43 Scabbarcl Sz Bladeg Distinguished Military Student. SAM RONALD HARRELL, Atlanta, Georgiag Industrial Managementg Delta Tau Delta, Vice-President, 3, 4g Indus- trial Management Society, 3, 4, NROTC Tiller, 2, 3, Ensign, N.R.O.T.C. THOMAS BENJAMIN HARRELL, JR., Florence, Ala- bamag Architecture, Drama Tech, I, Vice-President, 2, Treasurer, 3, Architectural Society, 3, 4g Triangle Club, 3, 4, Alpha Phalanx, 1, 2. WILLIAM HINES HARRELL, JR., Portsmouth, Virginia, Aeronautical Engineering, Pi Kappa Alpha, Institute of the Aeronautical Sciences, 2, 35 Wesley Foundation, 1, 2, 3, 4. FRANKLIN RICHARD HARRIS, Atlanta, Ceorgiag lndus- trial Managementg Industrial Management Club, 3, 4, Society for Advancement of Management, 4. ROY VINCENT HARRIS, JR., Augusta, Ceorgiag Aero- nautical Engineeringg Sigma Nug Sigma Gamma Tau, 3, 4g I.A.S., I, 2, 3, Secretary, 4, Flying Club, 1, 2, St. Patrick's Council, 4g Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship, 4g Major, Air Force R.O.T.C.g Distinguished Military Student. SE IORS THEODORE RICHARD HART, Laurel, Mississippi, Me- chanical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Presbyterian Stu- dent Center, 1, 2, 3, President, 4. DAVID DONALDSON HARVEY, Rome, Georgia, Indus- trial Management, Beta Theta Pi, Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, Business Manager, 41, Triangle Club, 1, 2, 3, Society for the Advancement of Management, 3, 4-, Canterbury Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Naval Drill Team, 2, 3, Lieutenant Commander, Navy R.O.T.C. JAMES EDWARD HARWOOD, III, Memphis, Tennessee Industrial Engineering, Sigma Nu, Newman Club, Ameri- can Institute of Industrial Engineers. CHARLIE FARRIS HASSLER, Dalton, Georgia, Mechani- cal Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Delta Tau Delta, Phi Eta Sigma, Briaerean Society, Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4-. ALFRED STEPHEN HATFIELD, East Point, Georgia, Chemistry, Philosophy Club, 2, 3, 4f, American Chemical Society. MICHAEL E, HAYES, Fort Gaines, Georgia, Architecture, Veteranls Club. JACK DURHAM HAYNES, Atlanta, Georgia, Architec- ture, Sigma Chi, Tau Beta Pi. HARRY LYNN HAZLETT, Davenport, Florida, Industrial Management, Beta Theta Pi, Treasurer, 2, 3, President, 4, Freshman Class Secretary-Treasurer, 1, Kappa Kappa Psi, 2, 4, President, 3, Wesley Foundation, 1, 2, Triangle Club, 1, 2, 3, Circle K Club, 1, 2, Rambler, 3, 41, Blue Print, 1, Band, 1, 2, 3, 4-, Alpha Phalanx, 2, 3. BILLY FRANKLIN HEARD, Marietta, Georgia, Industrial Management. GEORGE REGINALD HEINE, II, Tampa, Florida, Me- chanical Engineering, Kappa Alpha, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 3, 4-, Physics: Club, 1, 2, Armed Forces Chemical Association, 2, 3, Secretary-Treasurer, 4, Segondc Best Drilled Basic Cadet, 2, Lieutenant, Army R. .T. . ROBERT PARRIS HELLERSTEDT, Blue Ridge, Georgia, Industrial Management, Veteran's Club. WILLIAM E. HELLERSTEDT, Blue Ridge, Georgia, In- dustrial Engineering. MARSHALL LEO HELMS, JR., Valdosta, Georgia, Aero- nautical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Wesley Founda- tion, 2, 3, 4+, Institute of Aeronautical Sciences, 2, 3, 4. ROY ERNEST HENDRIX, Newnan, Georgia, Electrical Engineering, American Institute of Electrical Engineers. AARON WARD HENDRY, Lake Thomotosassa, Fla., Civil Engineering, Pi Kappa Alpha, American Society of Civil Engineers. 469 IORS CARLTON STEWART HALL, Smyrna, Georgia, lndnstrial Management, Phi Kappa Tau, Secretary, 2, President, 3, 4, Wesley Foundation. DONALD FORDHAM HALL, Atlanta, Georgia, lndustrial Management, Sigma Chi, Secretary, 3, lll, Vice-President, fl-, Management Club, 2, 3, Vice-President., 44, Society for the Advancement of Management, 3, 111, Radio Club, 1, Phi- losophy Club, 4, Westminster Fellowship, 1, 2. HOWARD LEE HALL, JR., Richmond, Virginia, lndus- lrial Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Co-op Club, 3, ll, Teclznique, 2, Lieulenant, Army R.O.T.C., Society of American Military Engineers, fl-, American lnslilulc ol Industrial Engineers, fl-. JAMES KlNG l'lAl,.l.. Albany. Georgia, M1-clianical Engi- neering: American Society ol Mechanical Engineers. THOMAS l"lARTl..l'lY l-IALL, lll, Macon. Georgia, lndus. lrial Engineering, Phi Della Theta, ANAK, Vice-Presidenl, ll-Q Koseme: YMCA Cabinet. President. fl-, Toastmasters, 2, fl. lnresidenl. 3: Rambling Rf-'ck Club. 3, fl-, Executive Round Table, 3, fl-, Camera Club. l, Canterbury Club, l, Student Trial Board, Triangle Club. 4, l.E.C., 3. fl-, Asso- ciate Editor Tl'f',II1l'l1I1!'Q l..im-utvnant, Army R.O.T.C. THOMAS JOEL HALL. College' Park, Georgia, Industrial Engineering, Velcran's Club. Wll.l.lAA'l KING HALL, JR.. Augusta, Georgia, Mechan- ical Engineering, Pi Tau Sigma, Pi Ela Sigma, American Society of Mechanical Engimf-1-rs: Colonel. Army R.O.T.C. JOHN JOSEPH l'lALl,lGAN. Savannah, Georgia, Nlechani- cal Engineering, Pi Tau Sigma, G4-1-cliee Club, Lieutenant, Army R.O.T.C. TEDDY WINDLE HALLUAI. Scollsmoor. Florida, Chemi- cal Engineering. HERBERT OLANDER HAMBY, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Engineering, Delta Sigma Phi. JAMES HARVEY HAMMONS, Jonesboro, Georgia, Chem- ical Engineering, Delta Upsilon, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Wesley Foundation, l, 2, 3, 4, American Institute of Chemical Engineers, 4-, American Chemical Society, 2. JOHN PHILIP HANCOCK, Thomasville, Georgia, Mechan- ical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Toastmasters Club, 1, 2, 3, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 4, 5. CHARLES ALBERT HAND, JR., Balboa, Canal Zone, Industrial Engineering, American Institute of Electrical Engineers, 1, 2, American Institute of Industrial Engineers, 3, 4-, Institute of Radio Engineers, 1, 2, 3, 4-, Lieutenant, Army R.O.T.C., Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT HAROLD HARBUCK, Atlanta, Georgia, Indus- trial Engineering, American Institute of Industrial Engi- neers, 3, Veteran's Club, 3. LAWRENCE EVERETT HARDIN, JR., Tampa, Florida, Mechanical Engineering. 467 lass of '53 GEORGE CHARES HENNESSY, Richmond Hill, New York, Electrical Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Eta Sigma, Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi, Vet- eran's Club, Institute of Radio Engineers. SCOTT PRICE HENRY, Ringgold, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering. DAVID BUCHANAN HERBERT, Nashville, Tennessee, Industrial Engineering, Phi Delta Theta, Canterbury, 3, President, 4, American Institute of Industrial Engineers, 4, Captain, Air Force R G TC. CHARLES CHAPMAN HERRMAN, JR., Newark, Dela- ware: Industrial Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Lambda Chi Alpha, President, 4, Briaerean Society, Tau Beta Pi, Alpha Pi Mu, Pi Tau Chi, 3, President, 4, Toastmasters, 3, 4: Executive Round Table, 3, 4: Wesley Foundation, 1, 2, Vice-President, 3, President, 4, Philosophy Club, 4. ROBERT SMITH HIERS, Thomasville, Georgia, Aeronau- tical Engineering: Sigma Phi Epsilon, Sigma Gamma Tau, 3. 4, Institute of Aeronautical Sciences, 2, 3, 4, Rocket Club, 4, Math Club, 4. FREDERICK B. HIGGINS, JR., Portsmouth, Virginia: Civil Engineering, Chi Epsilon, 3, 4, American Society of Civil Engineers, 3, 4, Society of American Military Engi- neers, 3, 4, Army Rifle Team, I, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Rifle Team, 3, 4. WILLIAM HARRISON HIGHTOWER, III, Thomaston, Georgia, Textile Engineering, Sigma Chi: Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Psi, 2, 3, Secretary, 4, Scabbard Sz Blade, Glee Club, 2, Engineer, 2, Captain, Army R.O.T.C. ROBERT GEESLIN HILL, Atlanta, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering, Sigma Aloha Epsilon, Secretary-Treasurer, Senior Class, Phi Eta Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Scabbard 8 Blade, Who's Who In American Colleges 8: Universities: Rambling Beck Club, 3, 4, Toastmasters, I, 4, Treasurer, 3: Student Council, 4, I.F.C. Honor Board, 3, 4, Ensign, N.R.O.T.C. DAVID CARL HILLMAN, Erie, Pennsylvania, Industrial Engineering, American Institute of Industrial Engineers, 2, 3, 4, Lutheran Association, 2, 3, 4, Rocket Society, 3, 4. JOHN POLLOCK HINE, Rome, Georgia, Textile Engi- neering, Cooperative Plan, Chi Phi, Secretary, 3, Briaerean Society, Delta Kappa Phi, President, 4, Dean's List, 2, 3, 4. HENRY HIRSCH, Tampa, Florida, Mechanical Engineer- ing, Tau Epsilon Phi, Vice-President, 4, Pi Tau Sigma, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 4, Hillel, 1, 3, 4, President, 2, Society of Automotive Engineers, 4. DONALD CHUNG CHIH HO, Tampa, Florida, Industrial Management, Management Club, 4: Society for Advance- ment of Management, 4, Chinese Club, 1, 4, Secretary, 2, President, 3, Camera Club, I, 2, Wesley Foundation, I, 2. ROBERT MARTIN HOFFMAN, Bayside, Long Island, New York, Industrial Engineering, Delta Sigma Phi, American Institute of Industrial Engineers, 3, 4, Band, 1, 2, 3, 4. CHARLES DAVID HOLBROOK, Atlanta, Georgia, Indus- trial Engineering, Alpha Pi Mu, 3, 4, Scabbard 8 Blade, American Institute of Industrial Engineers, 2, 3, Treasurer, 4, Ensign, Navy R.O.T.C., Dean's List. HARRY LESLIE HOLLAND, III, Atlanta. Georgia, Indus- trial Management, Chi Phi, Newman Club, I, 2, 3, 4, Management Club, 3, 4. 470 IOR TOMMY GENE l'lOl.,LlS, Crillin, Georgia, Textile Engi- neering, Cooperative Plan, Delta Kappa Phi, Raptist Student Union, 3, 4, Armed Forces Chemical Association, 3, 4, American Association of Textile Chemists and Color- ISIS. ROBERT CRANDALL IAIOLT. Oak Ridge. Tennessee, Industrial Engineering, Theta Chi, Alpha Pi Mu, 3, 4, l.E.C.. 2, 3, American Institute ol Industrial Engineers, 3. 4-, Society for tht- Advancement ol Management, fl-, Executive Round Table, fl, Ensign, Navy R.O.T.C. WILLIAM RAI,Pl'l I-IOLT. Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management, Theta Chi, Management Club. 3. fl-, Flying Club, 1, 2, 3, Executive Round Table. 4, Veteratfs Club. 4, 7'er'l1niq11c, 1. 2, Yellotu ,lac'kct, 2, Swimming, 2, 3, Cross Country. 1, 2. WENDELI. POE IIOOPER, Aslu-ville, North Carolina, Electrical Engineering, Veterans Club. 2. 3, 4, Debate Club, 2: Institute of Radio Engineers. 4. DALE PRICE HOPKINS, St. Albans, West Virginia, Mc- chanical Engineering, Cooperative Plan: llaptisl Student Union. 1. 2. 3, 4: American Society of Alf-clianical Engi- neers, 2, 3. 4: Co-op Club. 3, 4. LESLIE JOI'-IN HORN. llrooklyn. New York, Physics, Theta Chi, Kose-inc: Pi Delta Epsilon, Physics Club, 1, 2. 3, Secretary, fl: Society of Exploration Ccophysicists. 1. 2. 3. 4, Triangle Club, 1. 2, 3. ill: World Student Fund Committee. 1. 2, 3. Chairman. 4, Executive Round Table. 3. 4: Alpha Phalanx, 1, Lt. ,l.G.. Navy R.O.T.C., YMCA Cabinet. 3. Vice-President. 4: YNICA Board of Directors, 4: Yvhols Wlto in American Colleges and llniversities, Twit- nique. l. 2. 3. Feature Editor. 2. Associate Editor, 3, Tc-ch Tiller. 1, 2. 3. 4, Editor, 2, St. Patrick's Council, 4. ARTHUR EDYVARD HORTON. Savannah, Georgia, In- dustrial Engineering, Ceechee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Newman Club, 1. 2, 3, 4, American Institute of lndustrial Engi- neers, 4. PAUL WEIR HORTON, Macon. Georgia: Civil Engineer- ing, American Society of Civil Engineers, 4. WADE THOMAS HORTON. Atlanta, Georgia, lndustrial Management, Delta Tau Delta. JAMES HARRELL HOWELL, Cordova, Alabama, lndus- trial Management, Society for the Advancement of Man- agement, Management Club, Baptist Student Union. CECIL IVAN HUDSON, JR., Acworth, Georgia, Physics, Pi Kappa Alpha, Treasurer. 2, Vice-President, 3, President, 4, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Eta Sigma, Sigma Pi Sigma, 3, Vice- President, 4, Kappa Kappa Psi, Dean's List, 2, 3, 4, Phi Kappa Phi, Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, Physics Club, 1, 2, Treasurer, 3, Vice-President, 4, Radio Club, 1, 2, 3, Treasurer, 4, Sigma Phalanx, 1, Treasurer, 2, Triangle Club, 2, 3, 4, St. Patrick's Council, 4, Student Council, 4, Rambler, 4, American Legion Medal Outstanding Freshman Air Force R.O.T.C'. Cadet, Arnold Air Society Medal, Outstanding Sophomore, Air Force R.O.T.C. Cadet. JEAN MORI ANAK, ODK, President, Rambling Reck Club. 471 Class of '58 CHARLES WAYNE HUETHER, Baltimore, Maryland, Electrical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Sigma Phi Ep- silon, Historian, 4, Briaerean Society, 2, 3, 4, Eta Kappa Nu, Institute of Radio Engineers, 4. DONALD RICHARDSON HUGHES, Millen, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Delta Sigma Phi, Briaerean Society, 3, 4, Pi Tau Sigma, 4, Phi Eta Sigma, Scabhard Sr Blade, 3, 4, American Society of Me- chanical Engineers, 4, Wesley Foundation, I, 2, 3, 4. FRANK WILL HUGHES, Erwin, Tennessee, Mechanical Engineering, Sigma Nu, Society of Automotive Engineers, American Society of Mechanical Engineers. ROBERT E. HUMPHREY, Milledgeville, Georgia, Civil Engineering, American Society of Civil Engineers, 3, 4, Chi Epsilon. WILLIAM RANDOLPH HUMPHRIES, Warner Robins, Georgia, Aeronautical Engineering, Institute of Aeronau- tical Sciences. TOMMIE NELSON HUNT, Perry, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering. PHILIP ROGER HUNTER, Atlanta, Georgia, Physics, Arnold Air Society, 4, Operations Oliicer, 3, Physics Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH BOYCE HUTCHISON, Sanford, Florida, Indus- trial Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Sigma Chi, Glee Club, 2, 3, 4, Wesley Foundation, 3, 4, Gym Team, 2, 3. NELSON LAWRENCE HYMAN, Baltimore, Maryland, Mechanical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Phi Epsilon Pi, Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma, 3, Secretary, 4, Briaerean Society, 3, 4, Phi Kappa Phi, American Society of Me- chanical Engineers, 4. ISAAC IFRACH, Tel-Aviv, Israel, Industrial Engineering, Deanis List, Alpha Pi Mu, American Institute of Indus- trial Engineers, Hillel. JOHN PRESCOTT IMLAY, JR., Savannah, Georgia, In- dustrial Management, Geechee Club, I, 2, 3, 4. CHARLES WALLACE INGRAM, Fayetteville, Tennessee, Civil Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Chi Epsilon, Ameri- can Society of Civil Engineers. JAMES ROBERT INGRAM, Decatur, Georgia, Archi- tecture. GEORGE HULL INMAN, Augusta, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering, Pi Tau Sigma, Veteran's Club. JAMES RUSSELL IVIE, Clayton, Georgia, Industrial Management, Beta Theta Pi, Management Club, 3, 4, Society for the Advancement of Management, 3, 4, Tri- angle Club, I, 2, 3, 4. 472 E IORS TROY NORRIS ANAK, President, l.F,C., Chairman, Block T Club. EARL B. JACKSON, Atco, Georgia, Electrical Engineer ing, Institute of Radio Engineers. ROBERT YOUNG JACKSON, Austell, Georgia, Mechan- ical Engineering: Cooperative Plan. DAVID ROBERT JAMES, Albany, Georgia: Industrial Design, Association of Industrial Design Students, 2, 3, 4, Yellow Jaclfel, l, LEONARD WILBUR JAMES, JR., LaGrange, Georgia, Textile Engineering, Sigma Phalanx, 3, 4, Recreation Council. 3, 4, Baptist Student Union, 2, 3, 4. FREDERICK JOHN JANKOWSKI, Greenvale, New York, Industrial Engineering, Vet's Club. 3, 4, American Insti- tute of Industrial Engineers, 4. CHARLES LEE JEDLICKA, Baltimore, Maryland, Me- chanical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Briaerean Society, Pi Tau Sigma, Triangle Club, 2, 3, 4, Wesley Foundation, 2, 3, 4, A.S.M.E., 3, Chairman, 4, Recreation Council, 4, Lutheran Student Association, 2, 3, 4, Technique, 3, 4, Deanis List, 3, 4. HERBERT NEFF JENKINS, Elizabethtown, Kentucky, Architecture, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Architecture Society, 2, 3, 4, Newman Club, 1, 2, Captain, Army R.O.T.C., Basketball, 1. RICHARD KARL JOHANNES, Old Hickory, Tennessee, Chemical Engineering, Sigma Nu, A. I. Ch. E., 3, Presi- dent, 4, American Chemical Society, 2, 4, Secretary, 3, Alpha Phalanx, l, 3, Secretary, 2, Triangle Club, 2, 3, Armed Forces Chemical Association, Lieutenant, Army R.O.T.C., Tennis, 1, I.F.C. Honor Board, 4. CHARLES EDWARD JOHNSON, Brunswick, Georgia, Aeronautical Engineering, Institute of the Aeronautical Sciences, Treasurer, 4, Phi Eta Sigma, Sigma Gamma Tau, Phi Kappa Phi, Tau Beta Pi, Yellow Jacket. CHARLES SIDNEY JOHNSON, JR., Albany, Georgia, Chemistry, Beta Theta Pi, Phi Eta Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, American Chemical Society, 2, Treasurer, 3, President, 4. FORREST THOMAS JOHNSON, Hazard, Kentucky, Me- chanical Engineering, American Society of Mechanical Engineers. 473 Class of l FRANKLIN WILLIAM JOHNSON, Atlanta, Georgia, In- dustrial Engineering, Sigma Chi, American Institute of Industrial Engineers, Alpha Pi Mu. JAMES BARNEY JOHNSON, Warrenton, Georgia, Civil Engineering, American Society of Civil Engineers. JAMES CHARLES JOHNSON, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Electrical Engineering, Baptist Student Union, 1, 2, 3, 4, Drama Tech, 3, 4, Veteran's Club, 3, 4. JAMES MILLER JOHNSON, Dahlonega, Georgia, Indus- trial Engineering, Baptist Student Union, Veteran's Club. JAMES WESLEY JOHNSON, Conyers, Georgia, Civil Engineering, Chi Epsilon, 3, 4, Bulldog Club, 3, 4, a"l"' Club, 3, Vice-President, 4, Captain, Army R.O.T.C., Basket- ball, 1, 2, 3, Co-Captain, 4. KARL GUNNAR JOHNSON, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, In- dustrial Engineering, Cooperative Plan. KEITH ARLIE JOHNSON, Washington, D.C., Ceramics Engineering, Delta Sigma Phi, American Ceramic Society. LARRY RAY JOHNSON, Atlanta, Georgia, Ceramic En- gnieering, Band, l, American Ceramic Society, 2, 3, 4. RAY LEE JOHNSON, JR., Corbin, Kentucky, Chemistry, American Chemical Society, 4. ROBERT JOE JOHNSON, Memphis, Tennessee, Mechani- cal Engineering, Phi Eta Sigma, Pi Tau Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Arnold Air Society, President, 3, 4, Scabbard and Blade, Baptist Student Union, l, 2, 3, 4, Triangle Club, I, 2, 3, 4, Alpha Phalanx, 2, Captain, A.F.R.O.T.C., Outstanding Air Science Cadet, 2, 3, Win- ner Speech Contest, 3, Outstanding Engineering Cadet, 3. ROBERT LEON JOHNSON, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Engineering, American Institute of Industrial Engineers. LBUDDY PARKER President, Senior Cl-ass, Koseme, Student Council. 474 E IOR ROPER lf-LAND .lOHNSON, Newport News, Virginia, Textile Engineering, Chi Psi, Wesley Foundation Golf, 2,3,li-. WILLIAM FRANK JOHNSON, Round Lake, lllinois, Electrical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Co-op Club, 2, fl-, Armed Forces Communications St Electronics Asso- ciation, 2, 3, Vice-President, 4, Young Republican Club, 3, Vice-President, 4-, l.R.E., Tcclmiqlzc, 1, 2, Lt., Army R.O.T.C. JAMES PIERSON JOLLY, Atlanta, Georgia, Chemical Engineering, Phi Eta Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Scabbarfl Sz Blade, American lnslitute of Chemical Engi- neers, Navy Student Council, l., 2, 3, Ensign, Navy R.O.T.C. ALAN GUY JONES, Atlanta, Georgia, Chemistry, Ameri- can Chemistry Society, Philosophy Club. CLARENCE EDWARD JONES, Savannah, Georgia, Elec- trical Engineering, Geechce Club, l.. 2, 3. 4, A.l.E.E., 3, 4, l.R.E,, 3.4, Wesley Foundation. l. 2. DEMPSEY BRION JONES, JR., Lakeland. Florida, Elec- trical Engineering, Kappa Alpha: Veterans Club, American lnstitute ol Electrical Engineers. EDWARD SAMUEL JONES. JR.. Atlanta, Georgia, Indus- trial Management, Sigma Alpha Upsilon, Scabbard 81 Blade, Industrial Management Club, 3, 4-, Lieutenant, Navy R.O.T.C. GEORGE HUBERT JONES, LaGrange, Georgia, Architec- ture, Lambda Chi Alpha, Band. l: Radio Club, 1. 2, Architectural Society. 3, fl-, Philosophy Club. 3, 4-, Teclz- nique, 3. WAYNE BUTLER JONES. Decatur, Georgia, Chemical Engineering, Cooperative Plan. WILLIAM OSCAR JONES, Elberton, Georgia, Industrial Management, Kappa Alpha, Toastmasters, 4, Executive Round Table, 4-, Band, 1, 2, Yellow Jacket, 2, Wrestling, 1. PHILIP DOUGLAS JORY, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management, Christian Science College Organization, 3, Vice-President, 4, Veteran's Club, 4, Technique, 1, 3, Make-up Editor, 4. HOWARD LEON JUDD, San Angelo, Texas, Mathematics, Phi Eta Sigma, Veteranis Club, Dean's List, 2, 3, 4-. JOHNNY JUE, Turrell, Arkansas, Mechanical Engineer- ing, Band, 1, 2, American Society of Mechanical Engi- neers, 4-, Baptist Student Union, 1, 2, 3, 4-, Pi Tau Sigma. JOSE ANTONIO JUNCO, Habana, Cuba, Mechanical Engineering. EDWARD PATRICK KADINGO, Kingsport, Tennessee, Industrial Engineering, American Institute of Industrial Engineers, 2, 3, 4, Society for Advancement of Manage- ment, 3, fl, Philosophy Club, 2, 3, 4, Young Republicans Club, 3, 4, Lt. IJGD Navy R.O.T.C., Cross Country, 1, Track, 1. 475 Class of ' JIM PEACOCK ODK, Editor, Rambler, Koseme. WILLIAM M. KEAL, Mt. Sterling, Kentucky, Mechanical Engineering, Phi Kappa Sigma, American Society of Me- chanical Engineers, 4. ROBERT FRANK KEARSON, Blackshear, Georgia, Indus- trial Management, Alpha Tau Omega, Veteran's Club, 2, 3. WILLIAM FREDERICK KEITH, Atlanta, Georgia, Indus- trial Management, I.M. Club, I.M. Society, 4-, Lieutenant, Army R.O.T.C. ARMINE BROOKS KELLAM, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Engineering, Phi Kappa Sigma, American Institute of In- dustrial Engineers, Vet's Club. DONALD THOMAS KELLEY, Decatur, Georgia, Indus- trial Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Sigma Chi, Vice- President, 4, President, 5, Alpha Pi Mu, Vice-President, 4, I.F.C. Honor Board, Secretary, 4, Engineer, 2, 3, Lt. Colonel, Army R.O.T.C., Distinguished Military Student. .IERRY GREENE KELLEY, Bowdon, Georgia, Industrial Management, Veteran's Club, 3, 4, Society for Advance- ment of Management, 4. .IAMES CONGLETON KELTON, Murfreesboro, Tennessee, Chemical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Briaerean So- ciety, American Chemical Society, American Institute of Chemical Engineers. RICHARD PIERCE KENDRICK, Marietta. Georgia: In- dustrial Management: Tau Kappa Epsilon, Sigma Phalanx, 3, 4: A.S.M.E., 3, Chairman, 4: Executive Round Table, 3, 4, Recreation Council, 3, Vice-President, 4, Manage- ment Club, 4, Technique, 4, Lieutenant, Army R.O.T.C. WALTER MICHAEL KENDRICK. Morven, Georgia, Chemical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, American Insti- tute of Chemical Engineers, 4. DAVID LEE KENNISON, West Orange, New Jersey, Civil Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Theta Xi, President, 3, Briaerean Society, American Society of Civil Engineers. JOHN WILLIAM KENT, Augusta, Georgia, Industrial Management, Theta Chi, Treasurer, 4, Executive Round Table, Society for Advancement of Management, Circle 'SKH Club. 476 SENIOR DOUGLAS EUGENE KILLINGER, Pensacola, Florida, Mechanical Engineering. JERRY AUSTIN KING, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Engi- neering, Cooperative Plan, American Institute of lndus- trial Engineers, Veteran's Club. JOE BREWSTER KING, College Park, Georgia, Mechani- cal Engineering, Pi Kappa Alpha, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 4. WILLIAM EDWARD KING, Bainbridge, Georgia, Indus- trial Engineering, American Institute of Industrial Engi- neers, 3, 4-. MARION DUDLEY KITCHENS, IR., Milledgeville, Geor- gia, Aeronautical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, CHARLES EDWARD KLEIMAN, Cincinnati, Ohio, ln- dustrial Management, Phi Kappa Tau, Bulldog Club, Block T Club, Wesley Foundation. C-REC HAZEN KLEIN, Atlanta. Georgia: Electrical Engi- neering, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Institute of Radio Engineers, 4, American Institute of Electrical Engineers, 4, Physics Club, 1, Radio Club, I, Rocket Society, 4. LEONARD JOSEPH KOLCHIN. Flemington, New Jersey, Industrial Management, Alpha Epsilon Pi, Scribe. 3, Pi Delta Epsilon, Society for Advancement of Management, 3, 4, Management Club, 3, 4: Teclznique, 1, Engineer, 3, 4. WILLIAM WIATSON KOLLER, Toms River. New Jersey, Industrial Design, Theta Xi, Association of Industrial Design Students, Secretary, 3, President, 4. ANDREW JAMES KOSINSKI, JR., Olean, New York, Mechanical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Briaerean So- ciety, Pi Tau Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Dean's List, 3, 4, Newman Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 4, Scabbard Sz Blade. BRADLEY DEAN KOWALSKY, Lake Orion, Michigan, Aeronautical Engineering, Tau Bet Pi, Sigma Gamma Tau, Vice-President, 3, President, 4, Institute of Aeronau- tical Sciences, 3, 4, American Rocket Society, 4. EDWARD KRASNOW, Bridgeport, Connecticut, Industrial Engineering, Alpha Epsilon Pi, Drama Tech, 2, 4, House Mgr., 3, American Institute of Industrial Engineers, So- ciety for Advancement of Management, 3, 4, Hillel Founda- tion, 3, 4. MICHAEL WILLIAM KWASNIK, New York City, New York, Industrial Engineering, American Institute of In- dustrial Engineers, 4, Wesley Foundation, 1, 2, 3, 4, YMCA, I, Track, 1, Baseball, I. THOMAS EUGENE LAIR, Shannon, Georgia, Textile Engineering, Society for Advancement of Management, Vet's Club. DANIEL FUTCH LAIRD, Lakeland, Florida, Architecture, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Vice-President, 4, Pi Delta Epsilon, 4, I.F.C., 2, 3, Vice-President, 4, YMCA Cabinet, 2, 4, Baptist Student Union, Alpha Phalanx, I, Secretary, 3, President, 2, 4, Triangle Club, 2, 3, Program Vice-President, 4, Executive Round Table, 3, 4, Architectural Society, 3, 4, I.F.C. Honor Board, 3, 4, Technique, 3, 4, Blue Print, 1, 2, Ga. Tech Delegate to YMCA World Centennial, 3, Who's Who Among Students In American Colleges' 81 Universities. Class of '58 ,IOE LOVICK LAMBE, Lakeland, Florida, Chemical Engi- neering, Beta Theta Pi, Secretary, 3, Vice-President, 4, American Institute of Chemical Engineers, American Chem- ical Society, Rambler. WALTER HOWARD LANE, Americus, Georgia, Aeronau- tical Engineering. FLEMING LAW, Atlanta, Georgia, Mechanical Engineer- ing, Chi Phi, Bulldog Club, 3, 4, Young Democratis Club, 3, 4. DAVID WATSON LEACH, Rome, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering. RALPH PHILIP LEBKUECHER, JR., Nashville, Tennes- see, Industrial Management, Theta Chi, Executive Round Table, 3, 4, Sigma Phalanx, Baptist Student Union, I, 2, 3, 4, Circle K Club, Secretary, 3, Institute of Aeronautical Sciences, l, 2, 3, 4, Flying Club, I, 2, Barbell Club, 3. WILLIAM LOUIS LECONTE, Atlanta, Georgia, Civil Engineering, Vet's' Club, l, 2, 3, 4, American Society of Civil Engineers, 3, 4. ROBERT HARBIN LEDBETTER, Rome, Georgia, Indus- trial Management, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Industrial Man- agement Society, Navy Student Council, I, 2, Society for the Advancement of Management, Company Commander, Navy R.O.T.C. THEODORE LEIBOWITZ, New York City, New York, Aeronautical Engineering, Alpha Epsilon Pi, Institute of Aeronautical Sciences, 2, 3, 4, American Rocket Society, 3, 4. DARRYL JOY LEITER, Atlanta, Georgia, Physics, Phi Epsilon Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Tau Beta Pi, Dean's List, 3, 4, Hillel, 1, 2, Physics Club, I, 2, Toastmasters Inter- national, 3, Technique, 1, 2. JOHN NELSON LEMASTERS, III, Citra, Florida, Elec- trical Engineering. RICHARD LLOYD LEONARD, Atlanta, Georgia, Chem- ical Engineering, Pi Kappa Alpha, American Institute of Chemical Engineers, 3, 4. CARLOS LEON-YORK, Jinotega, Nicaragua, Architecture, Phi Eta Sigma, Tau Sigma Delta, Architectural Society, 3, 4, Chinese Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Newman Club, 2, 4. WESLEY EMILE LERDON, Winter Haven, Florida, In- dustrial Design, Chi Psi, Association of Industrial Design Students, 2, Secretary, 3, Vice-President, 4, St. Patrick's: Council, 3, 4, Institute of Aeronautical Sciences, I, Dor- mitory Student Officer, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM HUNT LESLIE, Greenup, Kentucky, Industrial Engineering, Sigma Chi, Corresponding Secretary, 3, 4, Glee Club, I, 2, 3, Wesley Foundation, 1, 2, Navy Student Council, 2, 3, A.l.l.E., 2, 3, 4, Alpha Phi Omega, I, 2, Treasurer, 3, Lt. KJGJ Navy R.O.T.C., I.F.C. Greek Week, 3, 4, I.F.C. Flash Committee, 4. HERBERT EDMOND LINDSAY, Greenville, South Caro- lina, Industrial Engineering, Phi Kappa Sigma, Alpha Pi Mu, 3, 4, American Institute of Industrial Engineers, 3, President, 4, S.A.M., 2, Blue Print, 2, 2fLt., Army R.O.T.C., Canterbury Club. E IO R ILLIAM FRANKLIN I lNl'BI1RCl'lt lla uvillt Cc-or ia' Industrial Lnginec-ring, Phi Eta Sigma, American Insti- tute ol Industrial Engineers, 2, ARTHUR GENE LINTON, Savannah, Georgia, Civil Engi- nceringg Anwrican Society ol Civil Enginecrsg Vt'-leran'S Club. SI-IISLDON LI'l"I'LE, Atlanta, Georgia, Mechanical Engi- rit-'eriilgg Tau Epsilon Phi, Treasurer, 2, Vl'IPI'8I1lS Club, fl, American Society ol Nic-clianittal Engim-ers, 4. 'l'l'lOMAS JERRY LIVINGSTON, College Park, Georgia, .Industrial Engineering: Ann'-ric'an .Institute of Industrial Engineers, 3, 4-g Ilaskm-lball, l. JAMES PATRICK LOCKLEAR, Fort Serta-vcn. Georgia, Industrial Nlanagrt-ment: Pi Kappa Phi, Ceechm- Club. I.. 2. 3. ll: Canterbury Club. l. 2. 3. tlvg Institute of Aero- nautical Sciciices. l. 23 Society lor Advancement ol Man- agement. HI-1 Air Eorcc Ilrill Team, l, 2. FHEDISRIC JOEL LOIZF. Alliens, Georgia, lndustrial Engineering: Alpha Epsilon Pig American Institute of Industrial Engineers: Ilulldog Clubg Perslling llillr-sl Lieu- tenant. Arxny Ii.O.'l'.C. ROBERT PAUL I,OFIiI,.AIJ. JR., Garden City. New York, Aeronautical Engineering: Sigma Nu: Sigma Gamma Tau. Vice-Prcsislent, 41 Pi Della Epsilon, 3. 4: De-an's List, 3, 4-g I.fX.S., l. 2. 3. 4: Newman Club, l. 2. 4, Terlz- nique, 1. 2, Captain. Air Force R.O.T.C.: Swimming, I., 2, 3. 4-Q Tennis. 1. 2. 3, 4. THOMAS OLDSON LONG. Atlanta. Gvorgiag Industrial Management: Management Club. 4: Society lor Advancv- ment of Management, 4g l3.S.U., 4. CLIFFORD LINDEN LONGINO. JR., Atlanta. Georgia, lndustrial Engineeringg Sigma Chi, Phi Eta Sigma: Alpha Pi Mu, 3, 45 A.l.l.E., 3, 4, Radio Club, 1, 4, Blue Print, 1. ADRIEL LONGO, Havana, Cubaq Electrical Engineering, American Institute of Electrical Engineers, Newman Club. FRANCIS MARION LOTT, Douglas, Georgia, Architec- ture, Beta Theta Pig Architectural Society, 2, 3, 43 Arnold Air Society, 3, 4, Tau Sigma Deltag Student Council, 4. JIM POTEET ODKQ President, Tau Beia Pig 'Student Council, 479 C ass of' HOMER BERNARD LOVVORN, JR., Macon, Georgia, Industrial Management, Phi Kappa Phi, Industrial Man- agement Society, Dean's- List, Vet's Club, Society for Ad- vancement of Management. RICHARD I'ON LOWNDES, III, Cleveland, Tennessee, Aeronautical Engineering, Phi Sigma Kappa, Canterbury Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Institute of Aeronautical Sciences, 4, Gym, 2. ROBERT JAMES LUEJDERS, JR., Hattiesburg, Missis- sippi, Industrial Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Phi Sigma Kappa, Secretary, 3, President, 4, Kappa Kappa Psi, 3, President, 4, Band, l, 2, 3, 4, Wesley Foundation, l, 2, 3, 4, Alpha Phi Omega, 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President, 2, American Institute of Industrial Engineers, 3, 4. EDWARD DIXON LUPO, Atlanta, Georgia, Physics, Sigma Chi, Arnold Air Society, 3, 4, Physics Club, l, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club, 1, Captain, Air Force R.O.T.C. WILFORD CHARLES LYON, JR., Jacksonville, Florida, Industrial Management, Kappa Sigma, Treasurer, 2, 3, President, 4, Industrial Management Society, 3, Secretary, 4, Dean's List, 3, 4, Phi Kappa Phi, Bulldog Club, 4, Treasurer, 2, 3. RICHARD BARNES MABRY, JR., Macon, Georgia, Me- chanical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Society of Automotive Engineers. HERMAN IRVIN MACDONALD, JR., Sandersville, Geor- gia, Aeronautical Engineering. NADIM M. MAJZOUB, Sidon, Lebanon, Mechanical Engi- neermg. JAMES NEAL MANN, Decatur, Georgia: Industrial Engi- neering, Alpha Pi Mu, Scabbard 81 Blade, A.I.I.E., 3, 4, Armed Forces Chemical Association, 3, 4, B.S.U., l, Glee Club, 1, 2fLt., Army R.O.T.C. RUDY ERNEST MANTEL, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management, Flying Club, Management Club. JAMES CARROLL MARLOVV, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, In- dustrial Engineering, Vet's Club, American Institute of Industrial Engineers. EDWARD EUGENE MARTIN, Decatur, Georgia, Elec- trical Engineering, Veteran's Club, American Institute of Electrical Engineers. HARRY EARL MARTIN, Hialeah, Florida, Chemistry, Chi Psi, Band, I, 2, 3, American Chemical Society, 2, 4, Math Club, 4. HENRY JUNIOR MARTIN, Jesup, Georgia, Industrial Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Phi Kappa Sigma, Vice- President, 4, American Institute of Industrial Engineers. ROBERT MALCOLM MARTIN, III, Cleveland, Tennessee, gicgustgal Management, Sigma Nu, Major, Air Force . .T. . 480 SE IOR Remember the times thai' Dean Griffin got you out of trouble? ALIIERTO MARTINEZ, Bogota. Columbia, S. A.: lndus- trial Management: Tau Kappa Epsilon: Newman Club: Pan-American Club: Society for Advancement of Manage- ment. EDMUND CARROLL MASSEY. lll. Macon, Georgia: Industrial Engineering: Alpha Pi Mu: American Institute of Industrial Engineers: Society for Advancement of Man- agement. HARLAND EVANS MATHEWS. Columbus. Georgia: Tex- tile Engineering: Alpha Tau Omega: American Chemical Society. I, 2. 4: Alpha Phalanx. 2: Blue Print, 2: Rambler, 4: Ensign. Navy R.O.T.C. HARRY THOMAS MATHEWS, Atlanta. Georgia: Physics: Sigma Pi Sigma: Physics Club: Math Club: Golf. JAMES BRANSON MATHIS, JR., Decatur, Georgia: Me- chanical Engineering: Phi Gamma Delta. Corr. Secretary. 4: Bulldog Club, 3, 4: American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 4: lfLt., Army R.O.T.C. PHILIP WAITE MATOS, St. Petersburg, Florida: Chemi- cal Engineering: Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Scabbard 8: Blade: Pi Delta Epsilon: Executive Round Table, 3, 4: A. I. Ch. E., 4: Camera Club, 2, 3, 4: Blue Print, 2, 4, Photo Ed., 3: Lt. Colonel, Air Force R,O.T.C. GEORGE WALTER MATTHEWS, Miami, Florida: lndus- trial Management: Management Club, Treasurer, 4. RICHARD EUGENE MAUNEY, Griliin, Georgia: Archi- tecture: Lambda Chi Alpha. THOMAS HAYES MAXWELL, JR., Avon Park, Florida: Mechanical Engineering: Cooperative Plan: Tau Kappa Epsilon: Sigma Phalanx, 1, 2, Secretary, 3, Vice-President, 4: Wesley Foundation, 1, 3, 4, Treasurer, 2: Executive Round Table, Treasurer, 4: Triangle Club, 3, 4: A.S.M.E., 3, 4: S.A.M.E., 3, 4: Captain, Army R.O.T.C. GILBERT JOSEPH MAYER, Fern Creek, Kentucky: Elec- trical Engineering: Cooperative Plan: Tau Kappa Epsilon: Briaerean Socity, 3: American Institute of Electrical Engi- neers, 4: Institute of Radio Engineers, 4: Executive Round Table, 3. CHARLES NELSON MAYNARD, Decatur, Georgia: In- dustrial Engineering: Phi Eta Sigma: Alpha Pi Mu, 3, 4: Arnold Air Society, 3, 4: Scabbard Sr Blade: T Club, 3, President, 4: A.I.I.E., 4: Lt. Colonel, Air Force R.O.T.C.: Football, 1, 2, 3, 4. e , r , e wffmmf .,,, .,.. , ., , 952 V. .1 V, ,I , Class of 753 NED HENDERSON MAYO, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, Physics, Phi Sigma Kappa. JERRY DONALD MCCOLLUM, Hartwell, Georgia, Chem- ical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Lambda Chi Alpha, Wesley Foundation. JAMES WASHINGTON MCCOOK, Ill, Macon, Georgia, Industrial Management, Phi Delta Theta, Lieutenant, Army R.O.T.C. ALBERT lRVlN MCCOWEN, JR., Macon, Georgia, ln- tlustrial Management, Kappa Alpha, Radio Club, 2, So- ciety for Advancement of Management, 4. ROBERT EMMETT MCCRARY, JR., Macon, Georgia, Industrial Management, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. WILLIAM JAMES MCDANIEL, Dublin, Georgia, Electri- cal Engineering. WILLIAM HARRY MCELVEEN, JR., Sylvania, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering, Alpha Tau Omega, Treasurer, 4, Phi Eta Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma, Scahbarcl Sz Blad,ei1,CB.S.U., 1, 2, 3, 4, A.S.M.E., 4, Lt. Colonel, Army R.O. . . GEORGE KERR MCFARLAND, Birmingham, Alabama, Mechanical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Phi Eta Sigma, Briaerean Society, Pi Tau Sigma, 3, 4, Phi Kappa Phi, Tau Beta Pi, Corr. Secretary, 4, A.S.M.E., Dean,s List, 2, 3, 4, Lieutenant, Army R.O.T.C. ADDISON LORRAINE MCGARRITY, JR., Macon, Geor- gia, Mechanical Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha, Phi Eta Sigma, Briaerean Society, Pi Tau Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, S.A.M.E., 2, 3, Pershing Rifles, l, 2, A.S.M.E., 4, Torch, Major, Army R.O.T.C. JAMES DAVIS MCGEE, East Point, Georgia, Civil Engi izeering, American Society of Civil Engineers, 3, Presi cent, . PATTON HOPKINS MCGINLEY, Narrows, Virginia Physics. HAL REEVES ANAK, Student Body President, Koseme. 482 E IOR MARVIN LAVIQRN MCKEE, Taylorvillc, Illinois: Electri- cal Engineering: Cooperative Plan: Phi Kappa Sigma, Corr. Secretary, 2. Vice-President, 3: Tau licta Pi: Phi Kappa Phi: Eta Kappa Nu, Corr. Secretary, 3, President, 4: Briaerean Society: St, Palrick's Council: A.l.E.E.: l.R.E.: Deans List, 3, 4: Lieutenant, Army R.O.T.C. JERRY MICHAEL MCKENZIE, Chattanooga, Tennessee: Industrial Engineering: Sigma Chi: Alpha Pi Mu: Society for Advancement ol Management, 2, 3. Treasurer, 4: Amer- ican Institute ol lnclustrial Eligiiiet-i's, 3, 4: lveslcy Founda- tion: Ulm' l'rzfn!', l. TI-IOMAS WAl.'l'ER MCKEOWN, Eslcro, lfllorirlag Mechan- ical Engineering: Pi Tau Sigma. 3. Prcsiflenl, 4: Phi- losophy Cluh, 2. Vice-Presirlcnl, Prcsiilm-nl. 4: Vets Cluli, 3. 4: American Society ot' Mechanical Engiiic--ei's, 4. NVILLIAM-l,EE R'lCl.lElSS. Amit-rson. South Carolina: Elec- trical Eiigiiit-1-i'1iig: llaptisl Slutlcnl llnion. l. 2. 4: American lnstilutt- of Eli-'clrim'al l1.ngin::f-rs. 3. fl: lnslilutr' of Radio lxngincm-rs. -l. DAVID GER.-XLIJ NICNIJXSTER. Murlrccslioro, Ti-nm-ss:-t-: Chemical Engine:-ring: Cooperative Plan: Phi Eta Sigma: Tau Beta Pi: lil'I2ll'l't'21ll Society: :Xml-'ri1'an lnstilutv of Chemical Engineers. 2, 3. fl-: liaptisl Sluila-nt llnion: Lieu- tcnanl. Army R.O.T.t,I. .lOl'lN FAGER Nlt:Nlll.l-EN. Canton. Ohio: Nlcclianical Engineering: Cooperative Plan: Phi Kappa Tau. Treasurer, 2. Secretary. 3. Pre-siflenl. -l-2 Pi Tau Sigma. 4: Wt-slcv Foundation, 1: Triangle Cluli, 3. 4: ZXIA.. .Xrmy R.O.'l'.C. ROBERT l7R.'XNKl-lN NICTIER. Waycross, Georgia: Mc- chanical Engineering: Coop:--rativc Plan: Sigma Chi. Vice- Presitlent. 4: American Society ol Alt"C'llZ1lllC3l Engineers, 2, Vice-President. 4: lglullrlog Cluh. 3. fl: lvl-'sley Founda- tion. GEORGE ORY MEACIIANI. JR.. Rossville. Georgia: Tex- tile Engineering: Wesley Founclation: American Associa- tion of Textile Chemists 8 Colorists, 3. Vice-President, 4. ROBERTS ALLEN MEADOWS. Cerlartown, Georgia: Aeronautical Engineering: Cooperative Plan: Lambda Chi Alpha: Phi Eta Sigma: Tau Beta Pi: Sigma Gamma Tau, 3, 4: Briaerean Society. Secretary. 4: I.A.S., 3, 4: Execu- tive Rouncl Table, 3, 4: l,fI..l.. Army R.O.T.C. CHARLES RICHARD MEHAFFEY, Carrollton, Georgia: Industrial Management: Veteran's Club, 4. GEORGE PIERCE MEHAFFEY, Asheville, North Caro- lina: Mechanical Engineering: Cooperative Plan: American Society of Mechanical Engineers. THOMAS MICHAEL MEHAFFEY, Little Rock, Arkansas: Civil Engineering: Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Chi Epsilon, 3, 4: A.S.C.E., 3, 4: Bulldog Club, 2, 3, 4: Rambling Reck Club, 2, 3, 4: Tennis, 2, 3, 4. JOHNNY VIRGIL MENGER, Augusta, Georgia: Industrial Management: T Club, 3, 4: Football, 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball, 1, 2, 3, 4. FRANK HARKINS MERL, Atlanta, Georgia: Mechanical Engineering: St. Patrickis Council, 4: American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 3, 4. KENNETH HOLMES MERRY, JR., Augusta, Georgia: Mechanical Engineering: Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Phi Eta Sigma: Tau Beta Pi: Phi Kappa Phi: Pi Tau Sigma, 3, 4: Armed Forces Chemical Association, 4, Secretary, 3: Inter- varsity Christian Fellowship. 483 lass of '58 RAY SCARPETTA President, Pan American Club, Rambling Reck Club, Techniaue. MORTON LEWIS METERSKY, Flemington, New Jersey, Aeronautical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Phi Epsilon Pi, Rocket Society, President, 3, 4, Institute of Aeronau- tical Sciences, 1, 2, 3, 4, Philosophy Club, 3, 4, Tech- nique, 1. DAVID CLIFFORD MEYERS, IR., Mercersburg, Pennsyl- vania, Industrial Engineering. SANFORD GYRON MIDDLETON, Chamblee, Georgia, Industrial Management, Baptist Student Union, 1, 2, 3, 4, Management Club, 4, Society for the Advancement of Management, 4, Industrial Management Society, 4, Navy R.O.'l'.C. Drill Team, 1, 2, 3, Navy Student Council, 3, Lieutenant Commander, Navy R.O.T.C. DONALD STAFFORD MILLER, Kingstree, South Caro- lina, Aeronautical Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha, Insti- tute of Aeronautical Sciences, 1, 2, 3, 4, Flying Club, 1, 2, 3. GARY WALTER MILLER, Suffield, Connecticutt, Indus- trial Engineering, Sigma Nu, Alpha Pi Mu, 3, 4, Ameri- can Institute of Industrial Engineers, 3, 4. JERRY FRANK MILLER, Fernandina Beach, Florida, Mechanical Engineering. MARION ARTHUR MILLER, JR., Kansas City, Kansas, Industrial Management, Pi Kappa Alpha, Treasurer, 3, Bulldog Club, 3, 4, Band, 2, 3, 4, Society for the Ad- vancement of Management, 4, Management Club, 4. RONALD HOLMES MILLER, Largo, Florida, Archi- tecture. RONALD LEWIS MILLER, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Engineering, American Institute of Industrial Engineers, 3, 4, Society for the Advancement of Management, 4, Vet- eranis Club, 4. ROBERT CLIFTON MILLIKAN, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, Civil Engineering, Phi Kappa Sigma, Fraternity Honor Board, 3, American Society of Civil Engineers, 3, 4. WILLIAM WESLEY MILLS, JR., Seaford, Virginia, In- dustrial Engineering. 484 SENIOR DAVID MILTON, Miami, Florida, Industrial Engineering, Alpha .Epsilon Pi, Treasurer, 2, President, 4-, Pi Delta Epsilon, Bulldog Club, Fraternity Honor Board, Ameri- can Institute of Industrial Engineers, Rambler, Editor, 3, 4, Publications Board, Lieutenant, Army R.O.T.C. WILLIAM DIUGUID MIMS, Memphis. Tennessee, Phys- ics, Veteran's Club, 3, 4, Physics Club, 4'. JAMES THOMAS MINTER, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management, Pershing Rifles, l, 2. THOMAS ALAN MITCIAIELL, Loganville, Georgia, Me- chanical Engineering, American Society of Mechanical Engineers. BRUCE WALLACE MIZE, Auburndale, Florida, lndus- trial Management, Camera Club, I, 2, 3, 4-, Management Club, 3, 4, Society for the Advancement of lVlanagement, 3. 4, YMCA Triangle Club. 2, 3, 41, Executive Round Table, 3. 4, Captain. Army ll.O.T.C. DONALD HARDON MONROE, Cartersville. Georgia, Mechanical Engineering, Cooperative Plan: Lambda Chi Alpha, Wesley Foundation, Co-op Club. SAMUEL PAUL MOODY, JR., Atlanta. Georgia, lndus- trial Management, Society for the Advancement of Man- agement, 4-. JOHN ALBERT MOONEY, Atlanta, Georgia, Electrical Engineering, Phi Eta Sigma, Institute of Radio Engineers. EDWARD C. MOORE. JR., Moultrie, Georgia, Industrial Management. EDWARD EARL MOORE, Smyrna, Georgia, Industrial Management, Society for the Advancement of Manage- ment, 4-5 Veteran's Club, 4, Baseball, 3, Co-Captain, 4. HUNTER R. MOORE, JR., Johnson City, Tennessee, In- dustrial Engineering, Camera Club. JAMES DAVID MOORE, St. Simons Island, Georgia, Industrial Management, Phi Delta Theta, Treasurer, So- ciety for the Advancement of Management, Lieutenant, Navy R.O.T.C. JAMES THOMAS MOORE, Knoxville, Tennessee, Archi- tecture, Phi Sigma Kappa, Secretary, 2, Vice-President, 3, Architectural Society, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club, I, 2, 3. JOSEPH PERRY MOORE, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management, Sigma Chi, Management Club, 3, 4, Society for the Advancement of Management, 3, 4. JOSE MOREIRAS, Havana, Cuba, Electrical Engineering, Eta Kappa Nu, 3, 4-, Pan-American Club, l, American Institute of Electrical Engineers, 2, 3, 4-, Dean's List, 3, 4. 485 Class of 9 ,IEAN ALBERT MORI, Jackson, Mississippi, Mechanical Engineering, Phi Delta Theta, Vice-President, 3, 4, Presi- dent, 4, Phi Eta Sigma, Koseme, President, 3, Tau Beta Pi, Scabbard Sz Blade, ANAK, Omicron Delta Kappa, Treasurer, 4, Dean's List, 2, 3, 4, Who's Who in American Colleges, Rambling Reck Club, 2, Vice-President, 3, Presi- dent, 4, Student Council, 2, 3, Secretary, 4, Yellow Jacket, I, Student Trial Board, 3, 4, I.F.C. Honor Board, 3, Arnold Air Society, 3, 4, Major, Air Force R.O.T.C., Distinguished Military Student. CHARLES COLA MORRIS, Maysville, Georgia, Electrical Engineering, Wesley Foundation, 2, 3, 4, Veteran's Club, 3, 4: Institute of Radio Engineers, 4, American Institute of Electrical Engineers, 4. GUY VERNON MORRIS, Falls Church, Virginia, Elec- trical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Theta Xi, Secretary, 3, Treasurer, 3, President, 4, Co-op Class Vice-President, 2, Phi Eta Sigma, Briaerean Society, Vice-President, 4, Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, Phi Kappa Phi, Co-op Club, 2, 3, 4, American Institute of Electrical Engineers, 3, 4, Tcclzniqme, 1. ORRILL HAYES MORRIS, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Engineering, Pi Delta Epsilon, 2, 3, 4, American Institute of Industrial Engineers, 3, 4, Society for the Advancement of Management, 3, 4, Westminster Fellowship, I, 2, 3, 4, Toastmasters Club, 4, Technique, I, 2, 3. JOHN MALCOLM MORRISON, Atlanta, Georgia, Indus- trial Management: Phi Delta Theta, Management Club, 3, 4, Society for the Advancement of Management, 3, 4. ROBERT HENRY MORRISS, Brunswick, Georgia, Civil Engineering, American Society of Civil Engineers, 3, 4. JACK LUDWIG MOSELEY, Boca Raton, Florida, Chemi- cal Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha, American Institute of Chemical Engineers, 2, 3, 4-, Drama Tech, l, Technique, l. MARTHA CECIL MOSS, Atlanta, Georgia, Textile Engi- neering, Alpha Xi Delta, 2, Secretary, 3, President, 4, Women's Student Association, Treasurer, 4, American As- sociation of Textile Chemists and Colorists, 4, Society of Women Engineers, Secretary, 3, 4, "T" Book, 4, I.F.C., 3, 4. WILLIAM LORENZO MOSS, II, Athens, Georgia, Me- chanical Engineering, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Swimming Team, I, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM ROY MOSS, East Point, Georgia, Electrical Engineering, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Camera Club, l, Vice- President, 2, 3, President, 4, Activities Council, 2, Presi- dent, 3, Institute of Radio Engineers, l, 4, Secretary, 2, 3, St. Patrick's Council, I, 4, Secretary, 2, 3, Geology Club, I, 2, Society of Exploration Geophysicists, 3, 4, Canter- bury Club, I, 2, 3, 4, Band, l, 2, 3, Radio Club, 1, 2, 4, Act. Manager, 3. ROBERT MCLEOD MULHERIN, Augusta, Georgia, ln- dustrial Management, Delta Upsilon. GEORGE EVAN MURPHEY, Springfield, Tennessee, Me- chanical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Co-op Club, 2, 3, Secretary, 4, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 3, 4, Lieutenant, Air Force R.O.T.C. THOMAS HAROLD MURPHEY, JR., McDonald, Ten- nessee, Mechanical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Pi Tau Sigma, Lieutenant, Army R.O.T.C. CHARLES CRAWFORD MURPHY, Atlanta, Georgia, Architecture, Delta Sigma Phi, Newman Club, I, 2, 3, 4, Architecture Society, 2, 3, 4, I.F.C., 1, 2, 3, 4, St. Pat- rick's Council, 4. CRAWFORD O,NEILL MURPHY, JR., Cambridge, Mary- land, Industrial Engineering, Canterbury, 2, 3, 4, Ameri- can Institute of Industrial Engineers, 3, 4-, Arnold Air Society, Captain, Air Force R.O.T.C. 486 SE IOR CHARLES ALLEN MURRAH, Carrollton, Georgia: Indus- trial Management: Management Club, 3, fl.: Society for Advancement of Management, 41-. ,IAMES THOMAS MURRAY, Tampa, Florida: Industrial Management: Pi Kappa Phi: Bulldog Club, 3, ltr: Newman Club. l, 3, ill: Industrial Management Society, fir. RAY EDWIN MURRAY, Waycross, Georgia: Electrical Engineering: Institute ot' Radio Engineers, fl.: Veterarfs Club. 4. l PHILIP .IOSEPII N,-tI'ISlCR, Decatur. Ct-orgia: Pltysivs: Phi Eta Sigma: Pllysies Club, President. MILTON HENRY NlfISBlT'l'. JR.. Asltevillt-. North Caro- lina: Mechanical Engineering: Cooperative Plan: Ameri- can Societv of Mecltanical Engineers. 3. 11-: lnlt--r-Varsity Christian Fellowship. TATSUO NAKAGAWA. Tokyo. Japan: Phi Eta Sigma: Tau Beta Pi: Eta Kappa Nu: American Institute of Elm:- trical Engineers, 3, 4. HOMER B. NICHOLAS, Louisville. Kentucky: Industrial Management: Industrial Management Society: Society for Advancement of Management. ROBERT EDGAR NICHOLS, St. Simons Island, Georgia: Electrical Engineering. ROBERT MERLE NICKLOW, Tampa, Florida: Physics: Sigma Pi Sigma: Baptist Student Union, 1. 2, 3, 4: Psysics Club, 2, 3, 41: Barbell Club. Treasurer, 2, 3, 4. DAVID LAFAYETTE NIXON, Atlanta, Georgia: Indus- trial Management. ERIC ARMAND NOBLE, IR., Holly I-Iill, Florida: Mechan- ical Engineering: Drama Tech: Veterarfs Club. tJACK SCHMIDT 9 .Rambling Reck Club. 487 President, Bulldo Club: Associate Editor, Rambler: lass of 9 TROY P. NORRIS, Paducah, Kentucky, Industrial Man- agement, Phi Kappa Tau, Vice-President, 3, I.F.C., 2, 3, President, 4, I.F.C. Honor Board, 4, I.F.C. Trial Board, 3, 4, Black T Club, 4, Bulldog Club, 3, 44 Rambling Reck Club, 4, Wesley Foundation, 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Entertainment and Lecture Committee, 4, Captain QCom- pany Commanderl, Army R.O.T.C., Track Team, 1, 2, Varsity Football Manager, 1, 2, Chairman of Greek Week, 4, Chairman I.F.C. Dance, 4. ROBERT HENRY OBERLIES, Mobile, Alabama, Electri- cal Engineering, Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Institute of Radio Engineers, 4, Newman Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain, Air Force R.O.T.C. CHARLES FRANCIS O'DONNELL, Atlanta, Georgia, Me- chanical Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma, 3, 4, Scabbard 8: Blade, Arnold Air Society, 3, 4, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 4, Newman Club, 1, 2, 3, Vice-President, 4, Captain, Air Force R.O.T.C. OTIS HARTLEY OGBURN, Reynolds, Georgia, Electrical Engineering, Cooperative Plan. JAMES DAVID O,KELLEY, Avondale Estates, Georgia, Electrical Engineering, Pi Kappa Alpha, Historian 3, Band, 1. JOHN HEZEKIAH OLDHAM, Mt. Sterling, Kentucky, Mechanical Engineering, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 3, 4, Baptist Student Union, 4, Technique, 2, 3, Football, 1. FREDERICK JENNINGS OSBORNE, JR., Chattanooga, Tennessee, Civil Engineering, Pi Kappa Alpha, Class President, 1, 2, 3, Student Council, 1, 2, 3, Rambling Reck Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. LARRY RANDELL PADGETT, Darien, Georgia, Chemical Engineering, Cross Country Team, 1, Track Team, 1. CLYDE ALBERT PAISLEY, Atlanta, Georgia, Electrical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Lambda Chi Alpha, Tau Beta Pi, Secretary, 3, Treasurer, 4, Phi Kappa Phi, Eta Kappa Nu, 3, Vice President, 4, Young Democratic Club, Treasurer, 3, 4, Dean's List. CHARLES DIXON PARIS, Cedartown, Georgia, Indus- trial Engineering, Cooperative Plan. ALBERT NIXON PARKER, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Vice-President Junior Class, President Senior Class, Koseme, Whois Who in American Colleges and Universities, Rambling Reck Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, I.F.C., 3, Student Council, 1, 4, Advisory Cab- inet, 4, Administrative Council, NSA Delegate, Battalion Executive Oiiicer QCommanderJ Navy R.O.T.C., Varsity Tennis, 2, 3, 4. JOHN STANFORD PARKER, Trion, Georgia, Industrial Engineering, Veteranis Club, 4, American Institute of In- dustrial Engineers, 4. RICHARD JOSEPH PARKER, New Orleans, Louisiana, Mechanical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Lambda Chi Alpha, Society of American Military Engineers, 3, 4, Amer- ican Society of Mechanical Engineers, 4, Newman Club, 1. JACK R. PATERSON, Clearwater Beach, Florida, lndus- trial Management, Phi Delta Theta, Industrial Manage- ment Society, Management Club, 2, 3, 4, Society for the Advancement of Management, 3, 4, Toastmasters Club, Vice-President, 3, 4, Executive Round Table, 3, 4, Phi- losophy Club, 3, 4, Triangle Club, 3, 4, Yellow Jacket, 1, Fight Plan, 1, 2, Swimming Team, 1, M. L. Britain De- bating Society, 4. DAVID FRANK PATTERSON, III, Griliin, Georgia, ln- dustrial Engineering, Phi Delta Theta, Secretary, 4, Rambling Reck Club, 3, 4, American Institute of Indus- trial Engineers, 3, 4, Triangle Club, 2, 3, 4, Lieutenant Commander, Navy R.O.T.C. IOR FRED 'SMITH President, ANAK, Editor, Blue Print, Koseme. MALCOLM ROBERT PATTERSON, McEwen, Tennessee, Mechanical Engineering: Cooperative Plan, Phi Eta Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, Briaerean Society, Treasurer, 4, Phi Kappa Phi, Pi Tau Sigma, 3, 41, Co-op Club, 2, 3, Treasurer, 4, American Society ol Mechanical Engineers, 3, Secretary, 4, Dean's List, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM BERNHARDT PA'l'TERSON, Hattiesburg, Mississippi: Industrial Management, Kappa Alpha, Bull- dog Club. ROBERT S. PATTILLO. JR.. Douglas, Georgia, Industrial Management: Society for the Advancement of Manage- ment, 4, Management Club. 4, Activities Council. 2. 3: "Y" Cabinet, 4-, Presiclenfs Club, 4: Camera Club, l. 3. Secretary. 2, President, fl, Baptist Student Union, 2, 3, 4. JOHN RONALD PAULK. Wray, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering, Cooperative Plan: Co-op Club. JOE STANLEY PAYNE, Rome, Georgia, Industrial Man- agement, Industrial Management Society. 4, Dean's List. 4. RICHARD FRANCIS PAYNE, Atlanta, Georgia, Archi- tecture. JAMES WORTH PEACOCK, Dothan, Alabama, Mathe- matics, Sigma Nu, Omicron Delta Kappa, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Eta Sigma, Koseme, Pi Delta Epsilon, 2, 3, 4-, Physics Club, 1, 3, 4, President, 3, Toastmasters, 1, 41, Secretary, 2, Vice-President, 3, Math Club, 2, 3, 4, Band, I, Ram- bler, 3, Editor, 41, Technique, I, 2, 4-, Feature Editor, 3, Engineer, 2, 3, Ensign, Navy R.O.T.C., Dean's List, 2, 3, 4. MURRAY W. PEAKE, Macon, Georgia, Electrical Engi- neering, Phi Delta Theta, Eta Kappa Nu, Secretary, 4-, Institute of Radio Engineers. CHARLES LEON PECKINPAUGH, III, Silver Springs, Maryland, Mechanical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Kappa Sigma, American Society of Mechanical Engineers. HORACE HENRY PEEK, III, Lookout Mountain, Tennes- see, Mechanical Engineering, Beta Theta Pi, Newman Club, 1, 2, 4-, Secretary, 3, American Society of Mechani- cal Engineers, 4-. TOM J. PENISTON, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management, Kappa Alpha. 489 Class of 9 3 BILLY FRANCIS PERKINS, Greensboro, Georgia, Textile Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Phi Psi. THOMAS MOORE PERRY, JR., Goodman, Mississippi, Industrial Engineering, Delta Tau Delta, Treasurer, 3, Bulldog Club, 3, Wesley Foundation, I, 2, 3, 41, I.F.C., 2, 3, American Institute of Industrial Engineers, 41. BENNIE HUGO PETERS, Monroe, Georgia, Textile Engi- neering, Pi Kappa Pi, Secretary, 3, President, 4, Delta Kappa Phi, 2, 3, Secretary, LL, I.F.C., 8, 3, 4-, St. Patrick's Council, 3, American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists, 4, Dean's List, 3, 41. RAY MALCOLM PETERSON, Mount Vernon, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Camera Club, 2, 3, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 4-, Wesley Foundation, I, 2, 3. RAY MCCLUNG PEYTON, Cedartown, Georgia, Mechani- cal Engineering, Cooperative Plan. PERRY DARREL PHELPS, Greensboro, Georgia, Civil Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha, American Society of Civil Engineers, 3, 4. GARY DUANE PHILLIPS, Loogootee, Indiana, Industrial Management, Phi Sigma Kappa, T Club, Varsity Basket- ball Team. JOSEPH DONALD PHILLIPS, Grifiin, Georgia, Industrial Management, Industrial Management Society. KENNETH ROBERT PICKREN, Brunswick, Georgia, Industrial Engineering, Alpha Tau Omega. JAMES CRAVEN PIERCE, JR., Trenton, New Jersey, Civil Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Bulldog Club, 4, 5, Jgigericgn Society of Civil Engineers, 5, Lieutenant, Army . .T. . EDWARD LOUIS PILKINGTON, Little Rock, Arkansas, Aeronautical Engineering, Veteran's Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Institute of Aeronautical Sciences, 3, 4, Baptist Student Union, I, 2, 3, 4-. JOHN SMITH Student Council, Secretary, Toastmasters, l.M. Society. 490 SE IOR DONALD SPENCER PIRKLE, Atlanta, Georgia: lndus- trial Engineering: American Institute of Engineers, 3, 4: Scabbard 81 Blade, 3, 4: Wesley Foundation: Ifiul., Air Force R.O.T.C. LAWRENCE RAY POPOVICH, Columbus, Ohio: Indus- trial Engineering: Georgia Tech Veteraifs Club: American Institute of lntilustrial Engineers. JAMES EMILE POTEET. Augusta. Georgia: Electrical Engineering: Theta Chi: Student Council, 4: Tau Beta Pi. 3, 4, Cor1'. Secretary, Pri-'sitlenl. 4: Eta Kappa Nu, 3, 4: Phi Eta Sigma: Phi Kappa Phi: Vett,-ran's Club, 3, 4: Executive Round Table. 3. 4: lnstitute ot' Radio Engineers, 4, Vice-President, -'l-: Arm-riean lnstilutt- of Electrical Engineers. 3, 4: Dean's List, 2, 3, fl. GEORGE lNllLl,ARD POTTER. Jlt.. Dahlont-ga, Georgia: Electrical Engineering: American lnstitulv ol Electrical Engineers: lnstitutc of Radio Engineers. CHARLES HENDERSON POWELI., JR., Moultrie, Geor- gia: Industrial Nlanagems-nt: Phi Della Theta: Scabbard St Blade 3 -l' Nflanalfement Club 3 'l' Curtain Mm h R.O.T.C.: Varsity Track. 3: Freshman Track, l. HAL BACON POWIZLI., Pooler, Georgia: Electrical Engi- neering: Theta Chi: Sigma Y Phalanx. Chaplain. 2. Secre- tary. 3. Vice-President. 3, Pri-sitlr-nt. 1-l-1 Triangle Club, l, 2, 3. 4: Executive Commitlt-e. l. 2: Y Recreation Council, I. 2. 4: American Institute ol Electrical Engine-ers. 2, 3, 4: Georgia Tech Band. l. 2. 3: Canterbury Club, I. 2. fl-: YMCA Cabinet. -l: Alpha Y Phalanx, l: Navy R,O.T.C. Band, l. 2. 3. 4. BEIRNE NORTON PRMJICIQ. JR., Columbus. Georgia: Industrial Management: Phi Epsilon Pi, Treasurer, 4: Pi Delta Epsilon. 2. 3. --lf: industrial Xlanagemt--nt Society, 4: Bulldog Club. 3. Il: Society for the Advancement of Management. 3. 4: Tech Management Club. 3. 4: T Club. 3. 4: Blue Print, l, 2, Atlvertising Xlgr.. 3, Business Mgr.. 4, Publication Board. 4: Varsity Baseball Manager. 2, 3, 4. PARKS W. PRATT. JR., Covington. Georgia: Industrial Management: Delta Sigma Phi: Industrial Management Society: Society for the Advancement oi Management. 3, 4: Management Club, 4: Circle K Club. 2, 3. -l-: Deans List, 3, 4. RICHARD BELL PRATT. JR.. Atlanta. Georgia: Civil Engineering: American Society of Civil Engineers, 3, 4. RICHARD FRANKLIN PRESSLEY, Greenville, South Carolina: Mechanical Engineering: Theta Chi: Wesley Foundation, I, 2, 3. 4: American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 4: Captain, Air Force R.O.T.C. BANKS REID PRESSON, JR., Charlotte, North Carolina: Electrical Engineering: Cooperative Plan: Tau Beta Pi: Briaerean Society, 3, Treasurer, 4: Eta Kappa Nu, 3, Vice- President, 4: Phi Kappa Phi: American Institute of Elec- trical Engineers: Dean's List, 3, 4. JOHN PATRICK PRICE, JR., Augusta, Georgia: Indus- trial Management: Theta Chi, Treasurer, 3: Society for tlhe Advancement of Management, 4: Executive Round able, 4. JAMES LYN PROVO, St. Petersburg, Florida: Chemistry: American Chemical Society, 2, 3, Vice-President, 4: Camera Club, 2, 3, 4: Christian Science Organization, 4: Blue Print, 3, 4. DANIEL DUPRE PRUITT, Savannah, Georgia: Industrial Management: Chi Phi, President, 4: Industrial Manage- ment Society, 4: Newman Club: Geechee Club: Society fob thcez Advancement of Management: Captain, Army R. .T. . TROY LEWIS PUCKETT, Buford, Georgia: Industrial Engineering: American Institute of Industrial Engineers, 3, 4: Veteranis Club, 2, 3, 4. 491 lass of ' 'E . E -43.4 ,A.V 5 ' it , f l V At 'gjqlif , I ,y Remember when excavation was begun for the classroom --g M he ...t w K J building' nn: I . .- . ,..J.,.g, QB!! A - 1 1- A 1 , " ' .. if -S ' . 1 I f' . , 5 17, ,, '-K .4 4 .1 --,I I , ,,,...i- ,- .I A -so ' zv is . if? Q-Maw 'ww -,pf . , - 'eg . . , :,'..j,,, ' 1 f-rr' WILLIAM YOUNG QUERRY, JR? Epworth, Georgia, ,, 'Wk 4 Industrial Management, Lambda Chi Alpha, Management A 1, ' 'idle K, ge t Club, 3, Society for Advancement of Management, 3. 'S' 'T "fi - f wf,:..tf'i""-fa-ieff, A .. -'A ML 0 - , -M new -.. :Q ,iv W"e'f3?s . . N", ' ,w 331.-' A :T A . Ns . -,t f THOMAS JEFFERSON RABERN, Atlanta, Georgia, In- ' ' ' . 'f ti 'R A ' 4 fi' ,M we .- 1 t i s ' . ' . ' f 'I-'Z' f dustrial Management, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Baptist Stu- ! dent Union. " 1. gn R L'1',.e""' li'iif'?:1P2--H 5, 15- gs, L. 47, 551,-w1 1 - gf, ss,...-3 A -it xg 1 f' 'H 5. 7? .. ' 'g gp"M",,1,Q- -W vt ir... 1'-ffvw S' P-'f,,:s-1, X,-vis., W ,gras .3 0 Q' f 1 1 ., sf5E2z ea,?.foe. afzxfm 4 1s-1 seal msmvaawuammmm aiuammww-mtwm 1 f A WILBUR EDWARD RADFORD, Warwick, Georgia, In- dustrial Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Executive Round Table, 3, 4, Recreational Council, 2, 3, 4, Lieutenant, Army R.O.T.C. JOHN LOGAN RALEIGH, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, Civil Engineering, I.S.O., American Society of Civil Engineers, 3, 4-, Baptist Student Union, l, 2, 3, 4. WARNER BANTER RATHBUN, Miami, Florida, Chemi- cal Engineering, American Institute of Chemical Engineers, 4, Baseball, 1, 2. ROBERT DONALD READ, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Indus- trial Management, Chi Phi, Management Club, Society for Advancement of Management. DANIEL ELMORE REARDON, Ventnor, New Jersey, Ceramics Engineering, American Chemical Society, Amer- ican Ceramic Society, 3, 4. DONALD A. RECCHIO, Canton, Ohio, Civil Engineering, Cooperative Plan, American Society of Civil Engineers, Society of American Military Engineers, St. Patrickis Council, 2fLt., Army R.O.T.C. FREDERICK LEE REDMAN, Jackson, Georgia, Mechan- ical Engineering, American Society of Mechanical Engi- neers, 4. JOHN STAIGHT REED, Decatur, Georgia, Industrial Management, Baptist Student Union, 1, 2, 3, 4, Society for Advancement of Management, 4. HAZARD EARL REEVES, JR., Tuxedo Park, New York, Industrial Engineering, Delta Tau Delta, Koseme Society, ANAK, Pi Delta Epsilon, Student Council, 2, Treasurer, 3, Student Body President, 4, Rambling Reck Club, Stu- dent Lecture Sz Entertainment Committee, Senior Ring Committee, Glee Club, Armed Forces Chemical Associa- tion, Vice-President, Technique, 2, Sports Ed., 3, Swim- ming, 1, 2, 3, 4, Publications Board, Athletic Board. 492 SE IORS RONALD EMERSON RICH, Arlington, Virginia: lndus- lrial Engineering: Cooperative Plan: Beta Theta Pi: Amer- ican Institute of lnflustrial Engineers, 3, 4, JAMES GARLAND RICHARDSON. JR., Little Rock, Arkansas: Mechanical Engineering: Cooperative Plan: Kappa Sigma: Pi Delta Epsilon: Co-op Club, 2, 3, 4: Bull- dog Club, 3, 4: Engineer, l. 2. Advertising Manager, 3, Business Manager. 4: l!Lt.. Army R.O.T.C.: Track: Cross Country. CLINTON QUACKENBIISII RICHMOND, ll, Atlanta, Georgia: Industrial Engineering: Chi Psi. President, 3, Treasurer. 4: American Institute of Industrial Engineers: l.F.C. RONALD WALTERS RIIJGWAY, Canton. Georgia: Civil Engineering: American Society of Civil Engineers: Secre- tary, 4: Chi Epsilon: Vct's Club. JOHN ERIC RINELL. Celina. Ohio: Chemical Engineer- ing: Phi Sigma Kappa, Secretary. 2. Treasurer. 3: l.E.C.. 3: American lnsiitute ol' Chemical Engineers, 3. 4: Armed Forces Chemical Association. 3. fi: Terhnique. .Associate Sports S News Ed.. 3. Features Ed., fl-: Lieutenant. Army R.O.T.C. BEN JACKSON RISSE. Toceoa. Georgia: Aeronautical Engineering: Cooperative Plan: Lambrla Chi Alpha: Insti- tute of Aeronautical Sciences. 3. 4: Lieutenant, Army R.O.T.C. JERRY BURNS ROACI-l. Dalton. Georgia: Chemical Engi- neering: Tau Beta Pi: Phi Kappa Phi: American Chemi- cal Society. 3. 4: American lnstitute of Chemical Engi- neers, 3. 4. ARNOLDO MICHAEL ROBELO. Leon, Nicaragua: Civil Engineering: Chi Epsilon. 3, 4: American Society of Civil Engineers. 3. 4. DONALD LANE ROBERTS. Jefferson, Georgia: Industrial Engineering: Alpha Pi Mu. 3. 4: American Institute of Industrial Engineers, 3, 4. EUGENE THOMAS ROBERTS, Atlanta, Georgia: lndus- trial Management: Geology Club, 2. LEON HERMAN ROBERTSON, Atlanta, Georgia: Indus- trial Management: Vetas Club, 3, 4: Management Club, 4. CHARLES STEWART ROBINSON, Orlando, Florida: Aeronautical Engineering: American Rocket Society, 4: Institute of Aeronautical Science, 1, 2, 3, 4: Golf, 4. OCTACIO RODRIGUEZ, JR., Areciho, Puerto Rico: Archi- tecture: Architecture Society, 2, 3, 4: Pan-American Club, 1, Secretary, 2: Blue Print, I, 2: Scabbard Sz Blade Drill Medal, lst Place, 2. RAYMOND RODRIGUEZ, JR., Hialeah, Florida: Indus- trial Engineering: American Institute of Industrial Engi- neers, 3, 4: Vet's Club. 4. CHARLES CARL ROGERS, JR., Forest Park, Georgia: Industrial Engineering: Phi Eta Sigma: American Institute of Industrial Engineers. 493 Class of 953 LESTER JOSEPH ROGERS, Jacksonville, Florida, Indus- trial Management, Kappa Sigma, Treasurer, 3, President, 4, Lt., Army R.O.T.C. HAROLD EDWIN ROLLENS, East Islip, New York, In- dustrial Management, Chi Psi, Band, I, 2, Bulldog Club, 2, Vetis Club, 4, 3rd Place Scabbard Sz Blade Medal for Drill, l, Society for Advancement of Management. JAMES OSCAR ROSE, JR., Miami, Florida, Industrial Engineering, Sigma Chi, American Institute of Industrial Engineers, Baptist Student Union, Captain, Army R.O.T.C., Track, I, Football, I, 2, 3. BOYCE DEW ROSS, Hickman, Kentucky, Architecture. CONNELL ROUGHTON, Statesboro, Georgia, Industrial Engineering, Vet's Club, l, 2, 3, 4, Bulldog Club, 3, 4, American Institute of Industrial Engineers, 4. JAMES ASHLEY ROZELLE, Pahokee, Florida, Mechani- cal Engineering, Phi Kappa Tau, Wesley Foundation, l, 2, 3, 4, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 4. RAYFORD CARROLL RUARK, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Textile Engineering, Sigma Chi, Phi Psi, 2, 3, Vice- President, 4, American Association of Textile Chemists S1 Colorists, 3, President, 4, St. Patrickis Council, 3, 4, Navy Drill Team, l, 2, 3, 4, LLKJGD, Navy R.O.T.C. JAMES LEO RUSS, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering, Delta Sigma Phi, Vice-President, 3, Bulldog Club, 2, 3, 4, IFC, 3, 4. GEORGE GIBSON RUSSELL, Washington, D. C., Indus- trial Management. WILLIAM CARL RUTH, Savannah, Georgia, Aeronautical Engineering, Sigma Chi, Alpha Phalanx, 3, 4, Geechee Club, 3, 4. ROBERT EDGAR RUTLEDGE, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Engineering. ROBERT WILLIAM SAAKE, Atlanta, Georgia, Phi Delta Theta, Bulldog Club, 3, Canterbury Club, American In- stitute of Industrial Engineers, Air Force Drill Team, I, 2, Commander, 3, 2!Lt., Air Force R.O.T.C., Scabbard 8 Blade, Baseball, l. PADERMRATA SAENG-XUTO, Bangkok, Thailand, Cera- mics Engineering, American Ceramic Society, American Institute of Electrical Engineers, I, 2. WYLIE HOLT SANDERS, Decatur, Georgia, Industrial Engineering, Alpha Pi Mu, 3, 4, Scabbard 31 Blade, 3, 4, American Institute of Industrial Engineers, 3, 4, Armed Forces Chemical Association, 2, 3, 4, Lt., Army R.O.T.C. CARL H. SANDIFER, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Man- agement, Inter-varsity Christian Fellowship, 3, 4. 494 SE IOR JOHN THEODORE SAPP, Gray Court, South Carolina: Physics: Phi Eta Sigma. I: Tau Beta Pi 3, 4: Sigma Pi Sigma, 3, fl-. THURMAN BARNWELL SAULS, Columbia. South Caro- lina: Civil Engineering: Chi Epsilon, 3, Secretary, ll-3 American Society of Civil Engineers, 3, 41. HENRY ARTHUR SAYE. Atlanta, Georgia: Industrial En- gineering: Sigma Chi: American Institute of Industrial Engineers. fl: American Society of Nlcchanical Engineers. fl: ltflajor, Army R.O.'li.C, CHARLES FELTON SCARBROUCH, Fort Valley. Georgia: Industrial Management: Alpha Tau Omega: Society lor the Advancement of Managcinent: Management Club. REINALDO SCARPlfI'l"I'A. Bogota, Colombia: Industrial Engineering: Industrial Management: Tau Kappa Epsilon. Historian. 3: Aincrican Institute ot' Industrial Engineers, 4: Society for Advancement of Management. 3, fl: Rambling Heck Club. 2. 3. 4-: Pan American Club. 2, Vice- President. 3. President. ll-: Executive Roundtable. 3, 4-3 Toastmasters Club. l. 2: Triangle Club, l. 2, 3: Canterbury Club. 2. 3. 4-: Philosophy Club. 2. 3. 4: Teclzniquc, 3. 11-g Swimming Team. 1. 2. 3. 4. CHARIJES HOWARD SCHEID. IR.. Baltimore. Maryland: Mechanical Engineering: Sigma Phi Epsilon: Pi Tau Sigma. 3. ll-: American Society of Nlt'-clianic'al Engineers. 3. elf: Society Automotive Engineers, 3: Camera Club, 3: Rifle Team. 2: Dt-an's List. 3. -I-. ALEXANDER IVARD SCHENCK, Newark, New Jersey: Mechanical Engineering: Pi Tau Sigma. 3. President. 11-3 Veterans Club. 4: American Society of Ib'If'CllZ'1Ilif'iiI En- gineers, 4. BERNERD SCHIFF, Bronx. New York: Industrial Man- agement: Tau Epsilon Phi. THOMAS VINSON SCHILL, Huntington, West Virginia: Mechanical Engineering: Sigma Phi Epsilon: Briaerean Society: Pi Tau Sigma: Phi Kappa Phi: Tau Beta Pi: American Society of Mechanical Engineers: Presbyterian Student Center: Lieutenant, Army R.O.T.C. JOHN WINFIELD SCHMIDT, Memphis, Tennessee: In- dustrial Engineering: Kappa Sigma: Bulldog Club, 2, President, 3, 4: Rambling Heck Club, 3, 4-: Student Lec- ture and Entertainment Committee, 3, 4: American Insti- tute of Industrial Engineers, 3, 4-: Newman Club, I, 2, 3, 4-: Rambler, 3, Associate Editor, 4-: Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. ROBERT MARTIN SCHMIDT, Lakeland, Florida: Chemi- cal Engineering: American Institute of Chemical En- gineers, 4: Camera Club, 2, 3, 4: American Chemical Society, 2. .DON 'STEPHENSON ANAK: Captain, Football Team: Athletic Board. 495 lass of '53 WILLIAM LEWIS SCHWANEBECK, JR., Savannah, Georgia, Industrial Management, Kappa Sigma, Manage- ment Club, 3, 4, Geechee Club, 2, 3, 4. PAUL BOWEN SCOTT, JR., Kingsport, Tennessee, Civil Engineering, Beta Theta Pi, Secretary, 3, Society of American Engineers, 3, 4, American Society of Civil Engineers, 3, 4, Lieutenant, Army R.O.T.C. ROY MAC SCRUGGS, Morven, Georgia, Aeronautical Engineering. GORDON HARLAN SELF, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management, Society for Advancement of Management. DUNCAN WALLACE SELLARS, Atlanta, Georgia, In- dustrial Management, Sigma Nu. HAROLD MAURICE SHADRON, Brunswick, Georgia, Industrial Management, Alpha Tau Omega, Society for Advancement of Management. WADE ROBERTS SHANKLIN, Lyman, South Carolina, Industrial Engineering, Beta Theta Pi, American Institute of Industrial Engineers, 4, Auto Club, 1, Baptist Student Union, 1, 2, 3, 4, Technique, I, Captain, Air Force R.O.T.C. CARL FAISON SHAW, Atlanta, Georgia, Electrical En- gineering, Baptist Student Union, I, 2, 3, 4, Bulldog Club, 3, 4, Lieutenant, Navy R.O.T.C., Freshman football, CHARLES THOMAS SHAW, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Cera- mic Engineering, American Ceramic Society, Vice-President, 4, Saint Patrickis Council, 4. JAMES VERNON SHELL, Brunswick, Georgia, Industrial Management, Veteran's' Club. ALFREDO SOON-NAM SHENG, Hong-Kong, China, Elec- trical Engineering, Chinese Club. JAMES RONALD SHEPHERD, East Point, Georgia, Aeronautical Engineering, Delta Tau Delta, Sigma Gamma Tau, 3, Secretary, 4, Institute of Aeronautical Sciences, Major, Air Force R.O.T.C. GEORGE LEHMANN SHERLOCK, Monroe, Georgia, In- dustrial Management, Phi Delta Theta, Management Club, Society for Advancement of Management, Canterbury, Football, 1, 2. DANIEL BENJAMIN SHIRLEY, Lavonia, Georgia, Elec- trical Engineering, Veteran's Club, 4, American Institute of Electrical Engineers, 4. GROVER WILLIAM SHULER, Franklin, North Carolina, Industrial Management, Phi Kappa Sigma, Society for Advancement of Management, 3, 4, Management Club, 3, 4. 496 SENIOR PAU LA STEVEN SON S1udentCouncil, Treasurer, AATCC, Rambling Rack Club. RICHARD ALLAN SIDWELL, Atlanta, Georgia, Mechani- cal Engineering, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma. RICHARD ALAN SILVERMAN, Mount Vernon, New York, Industrial Management, Alpha Epsilon Pi, lndus- trial Management Society, 4, Management Club, 4. CHARLES LESLIE SIMPSON. Chattanooga. Tennessee: Industrial Engineering, Alpha Tau Omega, Phi Eta Sigma: Scabbard and Blade, 3, 4, Alpha Pi Mu. 3, 4-, Pi Delta Epsilon, 3, 4, Student Council, 4, Engineer, 2, 3, Circula- tion Manager, 3, Rambler, Ll-, Advertising Manager, 4, Toastmasters Club, 3, 11-, Pershing Rifles. l, 2, Secretary, 3, American Institute of Industrial Engineers. 3, 4, Major, Army R.O.T.C., Distinguished Military Student. WADE KING SIMS. Atlanta, Georgia, Physics, Phi Delta Theta, Treasurer, 3. President, 4, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Pi Sigma, Canterbury Club, Scabbard and Blade, Lieutenant. Navy R.O.T.C., American Legion 40 and 8 Award. 2, Navigation Award, 3, Dean's List, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT SINGLETON, Winchester, Tennessee, Aero- nautical Engineering, Institute of the Aeronautical Sciences 1, 2, 3, 4. DONALD CURTIS SISTRUNK, JR., Jacksonville, Florida, Industrial Management, Sigma Chi, Pi Delta Epsilon, Wesley Foundation, Technique, Circulation Manager, Ad- vertising Manager, Rifle Team, Flight Plan, Managing Editor, Engineer, Captain, Air Force R.O.T.C. SAMUEL GARLAND SLAUGHTER, Lynchburg, Virginia, Mechanical Engineering, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Pi Tau Sigma, Scabbard and Blade, Vice-President, St. Patrickis Council, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Cap- tain, Army R.O.T.C. HARRY AUGUSTUS SLEDGE, JR., Savannah, Georgia, Industrial Management, Lambda Chi Alpha, Veterans' Club, Newman Club, Toastmasters Club, Society for the Advancement of Management, Geechee Club. WILLIAM MARSHALL SLOAN, Mobile, Alabama, Civil Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Delta Sigma Phi, Chi Epsilon, Bulldog Club, American Society of Civil Engineers. BENJAMIN DALTON SMITH, Atlanta, Georgia, Archi- tecture. BENJAMIN MICHAEL SMITH, Gainesville, Georgia, Civil Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha, Treasurer, 3, Phi Eta Sigma, Chi Epsilon, 3, 4, American Society of Civil Engineers, 2, 3, 4, Society of American Military Engineers, 2, 3, 4, Baptist Student Union, 1, 2, 3, 4, Philosophy Club, 4. 467 Class of ' CHARLES JOSEPH SMITH, Macon, Georgia, Electrical Engineering, Veterans Club, 3, 4. CLOYD VIRGIL SMITH, JR., Sylacauga, Alabama, Chemi- cal Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Phi Eta Sigma: Briaerean Society, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Chi Epsilon, 3, 4, American Society of Civil Engineering, 3, 4, Society of American Military Engineers, 3, 4, Co-op Club, 3, Vice-President, 4, Distinguished Military Student, Major, Army R.O.T.C., Dean's List, 2, 3, 4. DONALD LAMAR SMITH, Jacksonville, Florida, Indus- trial Management, Phi Delta Theta, Society for the Ad- vancement of Management, 3, 4, Management Club, Toast- masters Club, Captain, Air Force R.O.T.C. FREDERICK EARL SMITH, .lR., Savannah, Georgia, Industrial Engineering, Sigma Chi, Corresponding Secre- tary, 2, Recording Secretary, 3, ANAK Society, President, 4, Pi Delta Epsilon, Treasurer, 3, President, 3, Koseme Society, 3, Rambling Reck Club, 4, Y.M.C.A. Cabinet, 3, Third Vice-President, 4, W.S.E. Committee, 3, 4, B.S.U., A.I.I.E., 2, 3, 4, .Iudiciary Cabinet, 4, Alpha Phalanx, l, 2, Treasurer, 3, Y.M.C.A. Board of Directors, 4, I.F.C. Honor Board, 3, 4, Blue Print, I, Organizations Editor, 2, Man- aging Editor, 3, Editor, 4, Publications Board, 4, Baseball Manager, l, 2, Whois Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities, Ensign, Navy R.O.T.C. GLEN CLAYTON SMITH, Decatur, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering, Kappa Sigma, Phi Eta Sigma, Scabbard and Blade,C3, 4, Arnold Air Society, 3, 4, lfLt., Air Force R.O.T. . HAROLD ARNOLD SMITH, Rome, Georgia, Industrial Engineering, Delta Sigma Phi, Vice-President, 4, American Institute of Industrial Engineers. HARRY DAVID SMITH, JR., Brunswick, Georgia, Elec- trical Engineering, American Institute of Electrical En- gineers, Institute of Radio Engineers. HERBERT ALLEN SMITH, Savannah, Georgia, Industrial Engineering, Geechee Club, 3, 4. JOHN EDWARD SMITH II, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management, Phi Delta Theta, Student Council, 4, Indus- trial Management Society, 3, 4, Toastmasters, Secretary, 4, Ensign, Navy R.O.T.C., Swimming, I, 2. LAMAR JOHNSON SMITH, Decatur, Georgia, Industrial Management, Industrial Management Society, 3, 4, Society gr Advancement of Management, 3, 4, Management uh, 3, 4. LAWRENCE LEE SMITH, Olean, New York, Industrial Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Pi Kappa Phi, American Institute of Industrial Engineers, Society for Advancement of Management, Society of Automotive Engineering, Newman Club. LYNN STRICKLAND Koseme, Vice President, 'Senior Class, Student Council, 498 SENIOR LESTER ROBERT SMITH, Los Angeles, California, Acro- nautical Engineering, Phi Eta Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Gamma Tau, 3, President, dl-, Dean's List, Institute of Aeronautical Sciences, 3, President, 4, American Rocket Society, Treasurer. 4, Mathematics Club, 3, 4, St. Patricks Council, 4, Veterans' Club, 4. MANDEVILLE SMITH, JR., Panama City. Iflorifla, Archi- tecture, Sigma Chi, Canterbury Club, l, 2, 4-, Society of American Military Engineers, 2, 3, 4, Activities Council, 2, Architecture- Society, 2, 3. 4, Major, Army R.O.T.C., Battalion Commander tEngini-crsl, Swimming, 1. RALPH LORAINE SMITH, JR.. llc-nniark. South Caro- lina, Electrical Engineering. ROBERT LEE SMITH, Atlanta, Ci-orgia, Industrial Man- agement, Cyni Team, l, 2, Industrial Nlanagcmt-nt Club. -I-, Society lor tht- Advancement ol Managenient. 3, 4, Distinguished Military Studi-nt. WILL ROGERS SMITH, Albany, Cc-orgia: I'ill'I'Il'IIfiIl En- gineering, Kappa Alpha: Aint-ricun Institute of lflcclrinral Engineers, .'1IIlPI'lC'21I1 Institute of Radio Engineers: Triangle Club, Lieutenant. Army R.O.T.C. NVILLIAM CALVIN SNllTl'l. Memphis, 'l'i-iiitvssi-tr: Chemi- cal Engineering, Phi Eta Sigma: .Inn-rican Institute of Chemical Engineers. WILLIAM EDWARD SNIITII. Rall-igli. Nurllx Carolinal Civil Engineering, Cooperative Plan: l..ambda Chi Alpha: Co-op Club. 2, 3. 4, American Society of Civil Engineers. Treasurer. 3. Vice-Prcsiflr-nt. -ll, Lit-uts-nant, Army R.O.T.C. ZEN.-XS AUCIISTUS SMITH, JR.. Luflowici, Ccorgia: In- dustrial Managemcnt, Phi Kappa Sigma, Lieutenant. Air Force R.O.T.C. ROBERT LEWIS SNAPP. Fort Valley. Ccorgia: Industrial Management, Kappa Kappa Psi, 2. 3. President, 4, Circle K Club, 2, 3, Treasurer, 4, Band. 1. 2. 3. 4: Industrial Management Club, 3, 4, Society for the Advancement of Management, 4. HENRY TILLMAN SNEAD, Tampa. Florida, Mechanical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Kappa Alpha, Secretary. 3, 4, Ramblin' Reck Club, 2, 3, President, 4, Bulldog Club, 2, 3, 4, I.F.C., 3, 4, Fraternity Honor Board, 4, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 3, 4, Lieuten- ant, Army R.O.T.C., Distinguished Military Student. STEPHEN MALONE SOLOMON, Macon, Georgia, Indus- trial Engineering, Phi Delta Theta, Lieutenant, Army R.O.T.C. VAN REID SPEICHT, Memphis, Tennessee, Mechanical Engineering, Pi Tau Sigma, 3, 4, Wesley Foundation, 1, 2, 3, 4, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 4. THOMAS THEOBALD SPENGLER, Roanoke, Virginia, Industrial Management, Sigma Nu, Historian, 1, 2, Phi Eta. Sigma, Flying Club, 1, 2, Toastmasters Club, 1, 2, Physics Club, 1, Management Club, 4. JOHN BOWMAN SPRING, JR., Cleveland, Tennessee, Mechanical Engineering, Cooperative Plan. GORDON PASCHAI.. STAFFORD, JR., Fitzgerald, Geor- gia, Industrial Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Sigma Chi, American Industrial Engineers, Baptist Student Union, Blue Print, 1, Lieutenant, Army R.O.T.C. 499 Class of ' CHAPPY SUMMERS ANAK, ODK, Chairman, Judiciary Cabinet. JOHN RONALD STALLINGS, Aliquippa, Pennsylvania, Civil Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Phi Sigma Kappa, Sentinel, l, Secretary, 2, 4, Inductor, 3, American Society of Civil Engineers, 3, 4, Band, 1, 2. WILLIAM JACKSON STANSELL, JR., Decatur, Georgia, Industrial Engineering, Veterans' Club, 4, American Insti- tute of Industrial Engineers, 4. ROBERT BARTON STARRETT, Stamford, Connecticut, Aeronautical Engineering, Phi Sigma Kappa, Bulldog Club, 2, 3, 4, American Rocket Society, 3, 4, Institute of Aeronautical Sciences, 2, 3, Vice-President, 4. WILLIAM ALOYSIUS STARRS, JR., Jacksonville Beach, Florida, Industrial Management, Newman Club, I, 2, 3, Treasurer, 4, Society for Advancement of Management. JOHN CLAUDE STATHAM, JR.. Middletown. Connecti- cut, Mechanical Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha. CHARLES EDWARD STATZER, Bristol, Tennessee, Me- chanical Engineering, Beta Theta Pi, American Society of Mechanical Engineering, 4, Triangle Club, I, 2, Ram bler, 3, 4, Captain, Air Force R.O.T.C. JEROME MAX STEIN, Elizabeth, New Jersey, Tau Ep- silon Phi, Football, 1. F. J. STEINBRENNER, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Man- agement. PATRICK DOUGLAS STEPHENS, Atlanta, Georgia, In- dustrial Engineering, American Institute of Industrial Engineers. PAULA CLYDE STEVENSON, Atlanta, Georgia, Textile Engineering, Student Council, 4, Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, Major- ette, I, 2, 3, 4, Rarnblin, Reck Club, 4, American Associa- tion of Textile Chemists 8: Colorists, 3, Treasurer, 4, So- ciety of Women Engineers, 3, 4, Women's' Student Asso- ciation, 3, 4, Wesley Foundation, Technique, 3, 4, Who's Who Among Students in American Universities 81 Colleges. BENJAMIN BOULWARE STOKES III, Atlanta, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering, Beta Theta Pi, Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma, 3, 4, American Society of Mechanical En- gineers, 3, 4, Arnold Air Society, 3, 4, Captain Air Force R.O.T.C., Gymnastics, 1, 2, 3, 4, Triangle Club, 1, 2. IOR JOHN THOMAS STONE, JR., Shelby, Tennessee: Aero- nautical Engineering: Kappa Alpha: Arnold Air Society: Y.M.C.A., I, 2, 3, 4: Institute ol Aeronautical. Sciences, I, 2, 3, 41: Alpha Phalanx, I, 2: Ll. Colonel, Air Force R.O.T.C.: Football Trainer, I, 2. CLARENCE LYNN STRICKLAND, JR., Birmingham, Alabama: Industrial Engineering: Beta Theta Pi: Vice- President, Sophomore Class, Senior Class: Alpha Pi Mu, 3, Corr. Sec., 44: Koseme: Football Mgr., I: Circle K Club, 1, 2, Treasurer. 3: Student Council, 3, ll.: A.I.l.E., 2, 3. Vice-President, fl-: Executive Round Table, 3, ll-: Triangle Club, I, 2: Navy Drill Team. l, 2, 3: Toastmaster's Club, 41-: Tevlinique, 1, 2, Asst. Arlv. Mgr.. 3: Rambler, 3: Ensign, Navy R.O.T.C.: Whos Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. JOHN B. STRICKLAND, Savannah, Georgia: Industrial Engineering: Theta Chi, Secretary. 3: Executive Round Table, 4: A.l.l.E., 3. 4: Sigma Phalanx. 2, 3: Cer'chet- Club, 2. 3, 4. JOHN I-IORTER STRICKLANIJ, Atlanta, Georgia: lndus- trial Management: Chi Phi: Society for Advancement of Management, Ll-. JAMES MELVIN STRIPLIN, JR., Gadsden, Alabama: lntluslrial Management: Industrial Alanagemenl Society, 3, ill: Society for Advancement of Management, 3. fl-. ROBERT MANNING STROZIER. ll, Rock Hill. South Carolina: Mechanic-al Engineering: Cooperative Plan: Al- pha Tau Omega: Pi Tau Sigma: Tau Bela Pi: Briaereari Society. ELMORE FLEMINC STUART, Baxls-y. Georgia: Civil Engineering: Cooperative Plan: Drama Tech. 2, fll-: Band, I: A.S.C.E.. Ll: A.S.T.A'I.. ll: A.lf.C.E.A., 2, 3, 4-: Wesley Foun- dation: LI.. Army R.O.T.C. WILLIAM TALAIADCE STUDSTILL, Americus, Georgia: Industrial Engineering: Sigma Nu: Bulldog Club, 2, 3. 4: Football, l: Baseball, I. 2, 3, 4: American Institute ol Industrial Engineers, 4. JAMES C, SUDDUTI-I, Lakeland. Florida: Civil Engineer- ing: American Society of Civil Engineers, 3, 4: Camera Club, 2, 3, 4. CHARLES WILLIAM SUMMERS, Newnan, Georgia: In- dustrial Management: Vet's Club, 3, fl-. JOHN CHAPPELL SUMMERS, JR., Savannah, Georgia: Chemical Engineering: Sigma Chi: Koseme: Student Coun- cil, l, 2, 3, 4-: Toastmasters, l, 2, 4, Treasurer, 3: Alpha Phi Omega, I, 2, Vice-President, 3, President, 44: Trial Board, 3, Chairman 4: Honor Board, 4: Swimming, 1, 2: American Chemical Society, 2, 3, 4-: American Institute of Chemical Engineers, 2, 3, 4-. ROGER JACKSON SUNDY, Waycross, Georgia: Civil En- gineering: Cooperative Plan: Theta Chi: American Society of Civil Engineers: Society of American Military Engineers, 2, Treasurer, 3, 4-. CECIL CONWAY SUTHERLAND, JR., Columbia, South Carolina: Electrical Engineering: Sigma Nu: Tau Beta Pi: Briaerean Society: Circle K Club, l, 2: Alpha Phi Omega, l: Captain, Army R.O.T.C. WILEY NORMAN SWAIN, Johnson City, Tennessee: Aero- nautical Engineering: Cooperative Plan: Drama Tech, l, 2, 3, 4, 5: Institute of Aeronautical Sciences: American Rocket Society. CARTER DANIEL SWANSON, Arlington, Virginia: Ar- chitecture. 501 Class of 9 CARL THOMAS SWEET, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management, Pi Kappa Alpha, Treasurer, 2, Vice-Presi- dent, 3, Society for Advancement of Management. ROBERT COCKINGTON SWIFT, Macon, Georga, lndus- trial Engineering. WESLEY RAMAGE TABOR, Perry, Georgia, Industrial Management. FARRISH FURMAN TALLEY, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, In- dustrial Engineering, American Institute of Industrial Engineers, 3, 4. ROBERT SAMUEL TANNENBAUM, Woodmere, New York, Industrial Engineering: Tau Epsilon Phi, Treasurer, 2, President, 3, 4: Bulldog Club, 2, 3, 4, American Insti- tute of Industrial Engineers, 3, 4. JOSEPH WALKER TAYLOR, Brunswick, Georgia, Indus- trial Management, Alpha Tau Omega, T Club, 3, 4, I!Lt., Army R.O.T.C., Baseball, I, 2, 3, 4. NORRIS EDWIN TAYLOR, Thomasville, Georgia, Indus- trial Engineering, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Society for Advance- ment of Management. 2, American Institute of Industrial Engineers, 4, Glee Club, I, 2. WILBUR RUSSELL TAYLOR, Waycross, Georgia, Indus- trial Management, Theta Chi. WILLIAM LEE TAYLOR, Peeksville, New York: Indus- trial Engineering, Chi Psi, Secretary, 2, Vice-President. 3. President, 4: Band, l, Society for Advancement of Man- agement, 3, 4. HENRY H. TEAGUE, Atlanta, Georgia: Architecture: Sigma Nu, Phi Eta Sigma, Tau Sigma Delta. DAVID DELOSS TEED, Little Rock. Arkansas, Mechanical Engineering, Theta Chi, Pi Tau Sigma: Triangle Club, I, 2, 3, 4, Sigma Phalanx, 3, 4, S.A.M.E., 4, Executive Roundtable, T Club, 2, 3, 4, 2fLt., Army R.O.T.C., Baseball, 2. ,IOHN HUDSON TEMPLES, JR., Atlanta. Georgia, Indus- trial Management, Kappa Sigma, Rifle, I, 2. MICHAEL ERNEST TENNENBAUM, St. Simons, Island, Georgia, Industrial Engineering, Alpha Epsilon Pi: Pi Delta Epsilon, 2, Treasurer, 3, Vice-President, 4: Scabbard 8: Blade, Alpha Pi Mu. 4, Dean's List, 3, 4, W.S.E., 2, 3, 4, Hillel, President, 2, Vice-President, 3, Drama Tech, I. 2, 3, 4: Triangle Club, 3: Executive Roundtable, 3, 4, Physics Club, 2, St. Patrick's Council, 3, Yellow Jacket, I, Technique, 1, 2, Engineer, 2, 3. 4: Rambler, 3. Manag- ing Editor, 4, Captain, Army R.O.T.C., Cheerleader, 2. .IOSEPH EDWARD DORN THOMAS, Latrobe, Pennsyl- vania, Electrical Engineering, Pi Kappa Alpha, Phi Eta Sigma, Eta Kappa Nu, 3, Treasurer, 4, Phi Kappa Phi, Kappa Kappa Psi, Tau Beta Pi, Band, I, 2, 3, 4, Newman Club, I, 2, 4, President. 3, Vetls Club, l, 2, 3, President, 4, I.R.E., 3, 4, A.I.E.E., 2, 3, 4. THOMAS J. TESTON, Jesup, Georgia, Ceramics Engineer- ing, American Ceramic Society. SENIORS JERRELL MARSHALL THOMAS, Cooler, Missouri: Me- chanical Engineering: Psi Tau Sigma: Dean's List. JAMES ROBERT THOMPSON, JR., Atlanta, Georgia: Aeronautical Engineering: Sigma Nu. Vice-President, 3, President. 4: Bulldog Club, 2, 3, Secretary, 4: Basketball, 1: Baseball, 1. .IOHN C. THOMPSON, JR., Vlfcllesley Hills, Massachu- setts: Industrial Engineering: Theta Xi. .IOHN RILEY THOMPSON. Covington, Georgia: Textile Engineering: Phi Kappa Tau: Phi Psi, 3, 4: Bulldog Club, 3, 4-. DEWEY HERSCHEL THORNTON. Jasper, Alabama: In- dustrial Engineering: Beta Theta Pi: American Institute of Industrial Engineers. 3. 4: Lt.. Air Force R.O.T.C. LUTHER CALLAWAY THORNTON. JR.. Augusta, Geor- gia: Civil Engineering: Cooperative Plan: Theta Xi: Amer- ican Society of Civil Engineers. 3. 4: Triangle Club. 3, 4. EARLE ENGLISH 'l'HORNWICl,L, Atlanta, Georgia: ln- dustrial Management: Kappa Sigma: Student Bodv Vice- President. 4: Student Council. l. 2. 3. 4: Judiciary Cabinet. 3. 4: National Student Association Delegate: Advisory Cabinet. Chairman. 4: A.N.A.K.. Treasurer. 4-: Kosemc. Vice-President. 3: Whos Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities: Triangle Club. 3: Rambling Reek Club, 4: I.E.C. Honor Board. 3. Chairman. 4: Toastmasters. 3. 4: Alpha Phalanx. 3. 4: Executive Roundtable. 3, 4: Technique, 4: Lt.fIGl. Navy R.O.T.C.: Football Mgr.. l: Student Lecture and Entertainment Committee. 2. 3, 4: Homecoming Committee. Chairman. 4-. BOB FAUCETT TIDWELL. Columbia, Tennessee: Textile Engineering: Tau Kappa Epsilon: Baptist Student Union, 2, 3. SHELTON CLEMENT TILL. III. Jacksonville, Florida: Mechanical Engineering: Cooperative Plan: Co-op Club. 2. 3. Vice-President, 4: American Society of Mechanical Engineers: Technique. CHARLES ROBERT TIMMERMAN, Waycross, Georgia: Mechanical Engineering: Veterans' Club, 2, 3, Secretary, 4: American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 4. DAVID HARVEY TISINGER, Carrollton, Georgia: Indus- trial Management: Kappa Alpha: Society for Advancement of Management: Executive Roundtable, 4: Navy Drill Team, 2, 3, 4: Lieutenant, Navy R.O.T.C. ENGLISH THORNWELL ANAK: Vice President, 'Student Body: Koseme. 503 Class of ' HENRY EARL TODD, Clinton, South Carolina, Aeronauti- cal Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Sigma Gamma Tau, 3, 4, Institute of the Aeronautical Sciences, 2, 3, 4, Baptist Student Union, I, 2, 3, 4, Lt., Air Force R.O.T.C. TARVO TOOMES, Stockholm, Sweden, Industrial En- gineering, Toastmasters Club, Management Club. JIMMY NELSON TOWERY, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management, T Club, 2, 3, 4, Baseball, I, 2, 3, 4. WOODROW JENNINGS TRAVIS, JR., Jackson, Missis- sippi, Chemical Engineering, Sigma Chi, Phi Eta Sigma, A.I. Ch. E., 3, 4, American Chemical Society, 4, Armed Forces Chemical Association, 3, 4, Scabbard and Blade, l!Lt., Army R.O.T.C. ROBERT CHARLES TRAYLOR, Maryville, Tennessee, Mechanical Engineering, Beta Theta Pi, Phi Eta Sigma, Pi Tau Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, Secretary, 4, Phi Kappa Phi, IFC, 2, 3, Secretary, 4, T Club, 2, 3, 4, Trainer, Football, 1, 2, 3. JESSE THOMAS TRAYWICK, JR., San Antonio, Texas, Industrial Engineering, Newman Club, 3, 4, American Institute of Industrial Engineers, 3, 4, Lt., Army R.O.T.C. JIMMY LEE TROBAUGH, Milan, Tennessee, Industrial Engineering, Phi Kappa Sigma, Secretary, 2, Vice-President, 3, 4, Bulldog Club, American Institute oi Industrial En- gineers, Basketball, l. DAVID EUGENE TROGLIN, Atlanta, Georgia, Textile Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Delta Kappa Phi, 4. PEEP ANTS TRUUS, Stockholm, Sweden, Industrial En- gineering, Alpha Pi Mu, American Institute of Industrial Engineers, Toastmasters. MARVIN ALLEN TURNER, Chattanooga, Tennessee, Chemical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Phi Sigma Kappa, Vice-President, 3, Phi Eta Sigma, Co-op Club, 2, 4, Execu- tive Committee, 3, Band, 2, Glee Club, 3, .American Insti- tute of Chemical Engineers, 4, Lt., Army R.O.T.C. PAUL MELVIN TWITTY, West Palm Beach, Florida, Architecture, Alpha Tau Omega, Architectural Society, 3, 4, Ensign, Navy R.O.T.C. ROY ALAN UFFER, Memphis. Tennessee, Chemical En- gineering, Alpha Epsilon Pi, Recording Secretary, 3, American Chemical Society, American Institute of Chemi- cal Engineers, Hillel, Secretary, 3, Engineer, Technique. ROBERT EDWARD UHLER, Hampstead, Maryland, Elec- trical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Sigma Phi Epsilon, American Institute of Electrical Engineers, Institute of Radio Engineers. RONALD TIMOTHY ULLENBERG, Chattanooga, Ten- nessee: Aeronautical Engineering, Phi Kappa Sigma, Bull- dog Club, 3, 4, I.F.C., 3, 4, Institute of Aeronautical Sciences, 1, 4, Baseball, 1, Cross Country, I. .IOHN LAUNCELOT UNDERWOOD, Atlanta, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering, Pi Tau Sigma, Scabbard 81 Blade, Tau Beta Pi, Student Council, 3, 4, A.S.M.E., 3, 4, St. Patrickis Council, 4, Toastmasters, 4, Yellow Jacket, 1, Dean's List, 3, 4, Lt., Army R.O.T.C. 504 E IDRS PAUL VICKERS ANAK, President, ODKQ Treasurer, Student Council. VIRGIL C. UPTAIN, Huntsville, Alabama, Electrical En- gineering, Cooperative Plan, Pi Kappa Alpha, Eta Kappa Nu, American Institute of Electrical Engineers, 3, 111, Vct's Club, 3, 44. HUGH MAX UPTON, Gadsden, Alabama, Me-clianical Engineering, American Society ol' Mecltanical Engint-4-rs, ll, Vet's Club, 4. LARRY AVAR VALLIS, Atlanta, Georgia, Electrical Engineering. SERCIO VAUJIN, Havana. Cuba: Industrial Engint-erin American Institute of Industrial Engineers. JOHN MITCHAM VERNON, Laurel. Mississippi: Mechani- cal Engineering, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Secretary. 3, Presi- dent, 41, Phi Eta Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma: Phi Kappa Phi, Dean's List: A.S.M.E., Executive Roundtable, Scabbard and Blade, Arnold Air Society, Captain, Air Force R.O.T.C. PAUL AMOS VICKERS, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering, Phi Delta Theta, Phi Eta Sigma, Koseme, Secretary, 3, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges 81 Universities, Dean's List, 2, 3, 4, Pi Tau Sigma, 3, 41, Scabbard 81 Blade, 3, Treasurer, 4, A.N.A.K., O.D.K., President, 41, Ramblin' Reck Club, 4, Student Council, 3, Treasurer, 4, T Club, 2, 3, 4-, Toastmasters, 2, Midshipman Commander, Navy R.O.T.C., Football, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM PADEN VINEYARD, Newnan, Georgia, Textile Engineering, Cooperative Plan, American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists. WILLIAM DARRELL VOLKMER, Rome, Georgia, Mea chanical Engineering, Delta Upsilon, Presbyterian Student Center, 2, 3, 4, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 3, 4-. WALTER JOHN VOLMER, New York, New York, Indus- trial Engineering, Alpha Pi Mu, Dean's List, American Institute of Industrial Engineers. KENNARD MALCOLM WADDELL, Huntington, West Vir- ginia, Civil Engineering. JOHN WILKINSON WADE, JR., Decatur, Georgia, Civil Engineering, American Society of Civil Engineers, 3, 4-. 505 Class of 9 RONALD GENE WAINWRIGHT, Tampa, Florida, Aero- nautical Engineering, Delta Tau Delta, Recording Secre- tary, 3, 4, Institute of Aeronautical Sciences, 1, 2, 3, 4, Alpha Phalanx, 1, 2, Wesley Foundation, 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council, 4, Blue Print, 1, Air Force Drill Team, 2, Major, Squadron Commander, Air Force R.O.T.C. ELVIN FRANKLIN WALKER, St. Marys, Georgia, Chemi- cal Engineering. MILBURN LAWRENCE WALKER, Decatur, Georgia, Industrial Management, Industrial Management Club, 4, Navy Drill Team, 1, 2, 3, 4, Baptist Student Union, 1, 2, 3, 4, LLCJGJ, Navy R.O.T.C. ROBERT JACKSON WALKER, Dublin, Georgia, Indus- trial Management, Kappa Alpha, Toastmasters, 3, 4, Management Club, 3, 4. THOMAS STEPHEN WALLACE, Sanger, California, Civil Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Theta Xi, Chi Epsilon, Co-op Club, 2, 3, 4, American Society of Civil Engineers, 3, 4, Band, 1, 2. JACK EDMONDS WALTERS, Marietta, Georgia, Indus- trial Engineering? American Institute of Industrial En- gineers, 4, Vet's Club, 4. LOU1S DAVID WALTERS, JR., Good Hope, Louisiana, Industrial Engineering, Phi Gamma Delta, President, 3, Newman Club, 4, Society of American Military Engineers, 3, Triangle Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, A. l. I. E., 4, Technique, 1, Circulation Mr., 2, 2fLt., Army R.O.T.C. PAUL NELSON WARE, Rome, Georgia, Mechanical En- gineering, Delta Tau Delta, Glee Club, 3, 4, Bulldog Club, 3, 4, Baptist Student Union, 1, Alpha Phi Omega, 3, Regimental Rifle Team, 2, Swimming, 1. WILLIANI CHARLES WARFIELD, Paducah, Kentucky, Chemical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Beta Theta Pi. WILLIAM ERNEST WARNER, St. Petersburg, Florida, Industrial Management, Lambda Chi Alpha, Society for Advancement of Management, 3, Secretary, 4, Philosophy Club, 2, Secretary, 3, 4. BRUCE EDWIN WARNOCK, Bay Village, Ohio, Indus- trial Management, Phi Gamma Delta, Industrial Manage- ment Club, 3, 4, Triangle Club, 3, 4, Camera Club, 1, 2, Auto Club, 1. 1BILL WHITE -ANAK, ODKg Editor, Technique, 506 'E IDRS .IOE LANDERS WATSON, Memphis, Tennesseeg Archi- tectureg Lambda Chi Alphag Tau Sigma Delta. DELMAS LINDER WEBB, JR., Macon, Gt-orgiag Industrial Engineeringg Cooperative Plang Lambda Chi Alpha, Sec- retary, 3, Vice-President, fi-g Pi Delta Epsilon, 3, 11.g Co-op Club, 2. 3, fltg A.l.l.Ii.. fl-g R!lIIlI2ll'l', 3g Yellow jarfret, lg lfLt., Army R.O.T.C. BERNARD I.. WlilNS'I'lilN, Nashville, 'I'on11csseeg Archi- lt"t'lltI'0. PETER WEISSENBERG, New York, New Yorkg Industrial Engineeringg Phi Eta Sigmag Alpha Pi Mug Tau Beta Pig Drama T4-ull. 2, Viet--Pri-sidt-nt, 3. 'l'r1--asurcr. 4-g Amr-rican Institute of Electrical Engineers, Vital'-Presitlc,-nt, 3g Ameri- can Institute of Industrial Etlgim-ers, fl-g Vets Club, l, 2, 3. -'l-: 7'ef'l1r1iq11c', Advertising Mgr.. 3. Collections Mgr., fl-g RIIIIIIIIPF, 3g Math Club. 2, CECIL COOPER Wlfl.Cl'I. Atlanta, Georgia: Industrial Managt-nu-nt: Band, lg Basketball. l. WARREN KE.-X WELLS, Mt. Xfernon. Gt-orgiag Mechanical Engineering: Phi Kappa Sigma. 2nd Vit't:-Prm'sidm-nl. fig American Soc-it-ly oi Mechanical IflIlgIlll'l'l'S, fl-. P.-XUI, LESLIE WEXLEH. St. Augustine. Ploridag lndus- trial Engineering: Phi Epsilon Pi. Rt-rf. Secretary 2g Viet-- Superior. 3, Superior, -lf: Tau Beta Pig Alpha Pi Mu: Dean's List, 3. fl-: LEC. Honor Board. 3: Bulldog Club. 2. 3. 41: A.l.l.E.. 3. Corr. Secretary. -l-1 Captain. Army R.O.T.C.g Scablmard and Blade: Distinguished Nlilitary Student. .IOI-IN ALLEN W1-IEELICH. lllcmphis. Tennessee-g Chemical Engineeringg Cooperative Plan: Phi Kappa Phi: Briaerean Societyg American Chemical Sorrivtyg 2fLl.. Army R.O,T.C. GORDON NORRIS WHITE. Crossetl. Arkansasg Mechani- cal Engineeringg Sigma Chig Wesley Foundation, l, 2, 3, 4g Toastmasters, l, 2, 3, 4. SHERRILL YVEAVER XVI-IITE, JR., Joplin, Missourig In- dustrial Managementg Sigma Alpha Epsilong Industrial Management Clubg Society for Advancement of Manage- mentg Lt., Navy R.O.T.C. W'ILLIAM BAECK WHITE. St. Petersburg, Floridag Indus- trial Engineeringg Phi Gamma Delta, Historian, 4-5 A.N.A.K., Secretary, 4-g O.D.K., Secretary, Llg Tau Beta Pig Phi Eta Sigmag Kosemeg Pi Delta Epsilon, 3, 4-g Phi Kappa Phig Architecture Society, 2g Debating Society, 1, 2g Lutheran Student Association, l, 2, 3, Vice-President, 41g Athletic Association, 4-g Publications Board, 4g Student Council, lltg Rambling Reck Club, 4g Toastmasters, 2g Triangle Club, l, 2, 3, flfg Y.M.C.A. Cabinet, fig Alpha Phalanx, 2, 3g Technique, l, 2, News Ed., 3, Editor, flwg 2fLt. Army R.O.T.C.g l.F.C. Honor Board, 3, 4+g Student Lecture and Entertainment Committee, 3g Dean's List, 2, 3, lltg Trial Boardg Whois Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. RICHARD SAMUEL WIGTON, Coral Gables, Floridag Aeronautical Engineeringg Alpha Tau Omegag Institute of Aeronautical Sciences, 1, 2, 3, 41g Lt. Col., Air Force R.O.T.C.g Arnold Air Society, 3, Vice-President, 4-g Seab- bard and Blade, 3, Vice-President, 3, 4+. JAMES JONES WILDASIN, Spring City, Tennesseeg Elec- trical Engineeringg Cooperative Plang Alpha Tau Omega, Vice-President, 4g Eta Kappa Nug Bulldog Clubg Co-op Clubg Scabbard and Blacleg Major, Army R.O.T.C. GENE HOWELL WILKES, Collins, Georgiag Industrial Managementg Signa Nu. BERT WILKINS, JR., Hattiesburg, Mississippig Chemical Engineeringg Kappa Alpha, Vice-President, 4-g Phi Eta Sigmag Tau Beta Pig American Institute of Chemical Engineers. 507 lass of '58 FRANK CANON WILLIAMS, Jackson, Mississippi, Elec- trical Engineering, Institute of Radio Engineers. HENRY JERNIGAN WILLIAMS, JR., Byron, Georgia, Industrial Management, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Band, 1, 2, Triangle Club, I, 2, 3, 4, Society for Advancement of Man- agement, 4, Management Club, 4. JOHN BENJAMIN WILLIAMS, Macon, Georgia, Electrical Engineering, American Institute of Electrical Engineers, 3, 4. JOHN DANIEL WILLIAMSON, III, Hattiesburg, Missis- sippi, Industrial Management, Kappa Alpha. SIDNEY DICKENSON WILLINGHAM, Atlanta, Georgia Industrial Engineering. CLIFFORD BONNER WILSON, Phoenix, Arizona, Chemi- cal Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Briaerean Society, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Baptist Student Union, 1, 2, 4, President, 3, Co-op Club, 2, 3, 4, Spiked Shoe Club, 2, 3, 4, Captain, Air Force R.O.T.C., Cross-Country, 1, 2, 3. PETER MASON WILSON, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management, Theta Chi, Society for the Advancement of Management, 4, Management Club, 4, Canterbury Club, I, 2, Vet's Club, 4. RICHARD M. WILSON, Atlanta, Georgia, Architecture. RUTH WILSON, Sebring, Florida, Civil Engineering, Chi Epsilon, Secretary, American Society of Civil Engineers, Women's Student Association, Society of Women Engineers. WILBUR HUGH WILSON, JR., Jacksonville, Florida, Mechanical Engineering, Cooperative Plan, Lambda Chi Alpha, Phi Eta Sigma, Briaerean Society, Co-op Club, 2, 3, 4. JAMES BAILEY WINN, JR., Savannah, Georgia, Civil Engineering, Society of Exploration Geophysics, Secretary, Treasurer. STEWART DOWSE WINN, Decatur, Georgia, Industrial Engineering, Kappa Sigma, American Institute of Indus- trial Engineers, 4, Ensign, Navy R.O.T.C., Navy R.O.T.C. Rifle Team, 1, 2, 4. HARRY CHARLES WOLF, III, Charlotte, North Carolina, Architecture, Phi Delta Theta, Architectural Society, President, 4, Engineer, Asst. Art Ed., 3, Art Editor, 4. ROBERT EDWARD WOLFF, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Engineering, Sigma Chi, President, 3, Toastmasters, I, 2, Society for Advancement of Management, I, 2, 3, 4, Ameri- can Institute of Industrial Engineers, 1, 2, 4, Canterbury Club, 4, Technique, 2. FREDDIE MARS-H WOOD, Johnston, South Carolina, Electrical Engineering, Pi Tau Chi, 4, Secretary, 3, Baptist Student Union, 1, 2, 3rd Vice-President, 3, President, 4, Radio Club, 1, 4, Secretary, 2, 3, Captain, Air Force R.O.T.C. 508 SENIOR CHARLES EDWARD WOODALL, Atlanta, Georgia, ln- duslrial Management, CHARLES EDWARD WRIGHT, JR., Bristol, Virginia, Mechanical Engineering, Kappa Sigma. JOSEPH JERRY WRIGHT. Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Engineering, Chi Phi, Track, 1. RICHARD H,-lRRlS WRIGHT, Monroe, South Carolina, Mechanical Engineering: Cooperative Plan, Delta Sigma Phi, Am:rican Society of hh-cltanieal Eiigiin-ers. fl-, Society ol Automotive Engim-ers. fl-2 lflut.. Army R.O.T.C.Z Dis- tinguishctl Military Student. ROISlfIR'l' liRllCl'i Wltltll-l'I', Copiaguv, New York, lndus- trial Managetnnt K lnduslrial Engines-ring, Chi Psi, liull- dog Club. 2. 3. Ll: Society for Advanct-mc--nt of Managt--im-nl, --ll, l.l".C. Honor lioartl, 3. fl, .-Xmerican lnstilute of ln- dustrial Engineers. fl: Greek Week Committee. 3, 41. YllNG'Sl'lll. Wil, Taipei. Taiwan, lflet'tric'al lfngint-erin Chinese Club. EDWARD CLAY WUNDR.-XM. New Orleans. Louisiana: Architecture, Pi Kappa Alpha, Bulldog Cluh, Newman Club, Architectural Society, Swimming. l. JOHN ARNOLD IVURZ. Marietta. Georgia: Architecture: Sigma Nu, Architecture Society. 3, 4: 'l'oastmastt-rs, 2, l.l7.C., 1, 2, 3, Major. Air Force R.O.T.C. GUY POLLARD YORK. Atlanta. Georgia, Civil Engineer- ing, Sigma Nu, Chi Epsilon. 44. Treasurer, 3, American Society of Civil Engineers, 3. sl-, Squadron Commander, Air Force R.O.T.C. ROBERT MACK YOUMANS, Savannah, Georgia, Cera- mics Engineering, Theta Chi, Secretary, 2, Alpha Phalanx, 1, 2, 3, Y.M.C.A. Cabinet, 3, 4-g American Ceramic Society, 1, 2, 3, 4, American Chemical Society, 4. GEORGE EVERETT YOUNGBLOOD, Pooler. Georgia, Industrial Management, Theta Chi, Executive Roundtable, 3, 4-. ROBERT LARRY YOUNGBLOOD, Atlanta, Georgia, In- dustrial Engineering, Theta Chi, American Institute of Industrial Engineers. 4-, Society for Advancement of Man- agement, 4, Glee Club, 1, 44, Veterans' Club 4. HARRY ZANTOPULOS, Canton, Ohio, Mechanical En- gineering, Cooperative Plan, Phi Eta Sigma: Briaerean Society, Pi Tau Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Hellenic Club, Secretary, 3, Vice-President, 11-. GASTON IVAN ZAPATA, Medellin, Columbia, Industrial Engineering, Panarnerican Club, 1, American Institute of Industrial Engineers. RAFFOUL FRANCIS ZEITOUN, Nazareth, Israel, Elec- trical Engineering, International Club, American Institute of Electrical Engineers. 509 UNIOR I SITTING: ARMAND BREARD, BILL VANLANDINGHAM ICHAIRMAN OF CLASS AFFAIRSJ, VICTOR BEADLES, DON BROCK. STANDING: JIM DAVIS, GEORGE CATES, WAYNE PATTERSON. I I ACEVEDO, LORENZO E., JR. . ADAMS, JOHN W .... AKRIDGE, JAMES M. E .... ALFORD, SAMUEL T ..... ALMVAND, BOBBY E., JR .... ANKAR, NORMAN A ..... ASHDY, CHARLES A., IH . . . Sigma ivll ASHLEY, LEE G ....... ASKEW, JOHN D., JR. . . . ASPINWALL, GERALD M. . . AVANT, JOHN P .... AVANT, LESLIE E., JR. . I AVILES-ALFARO, BOLIVAR, JR. . BACGARLY, JAMES H., JR. . . Kappa Alpha ADAMS, DJERTWETHER D. . . . . Decatur, Ca. . Macon, Ga. . . Decatur,Ga. . . Pelham, Ga. ALDERIVIAN, JAMES B., Phi Gamma Delia . Griffin, Ga. ALDRED, JIM H., JR ..... Warner Robbins, Ga. . . Atlanta, Ga. . . Atlanta, Ga. ALLEN, DWIGHT L ...... ALLEN, JOHN C., Tau Kappa Epsilon . Atlanta, Ga. . . . MacOn,Ga. ALVAREZ, EMILIO ....... Madrid, Spain AMASON, JACKSON L ....... Valona, Ga. Phi Kappa Sigma ANDERSEN, JAMES R. ..... Washington. D. C. ANDERSON, CHARLES W., JR., Chi Psi . Douglas, Ga. ANDERSON, H. WAL'FEIl, Sigma Nu . Billings, Mont. Chattanooga, Tenn. ARNETT, ANTHONY W., Theia Chi . Augusta, Ga. ARTHUR, DANIEL J ...... Bay Shore, N. Y. Garden City, N. Y. . . Atlanta, Ga. Hattiesburg, Miss. . . Atlanta, Ga. . Vvetunipka, Ala. . Arcaflia, Fla. . . Atlanta,Ga. AYCOCK, JACK C ...... Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. . . Senoia, Ga. . BAILEY, JACK K., JR ...... Forest Park, Ga. 3 BAILIE, ANDERSON C., Theta Chi BAISDEN, DONALD N. . . . . . . AuguSta,Ca. . Montezuma, Ga. 510 Class Of 959 BAKER, JOHN A., Delia Upsilon . . BALDWIN, DAVID K., Sigma Chi . . BAl..'I'IE, RICI-IARD A., Sigma Chi . . Phi Si ma Ka na Delta Sigma Phi BAIQKI-IR, JOSICPI-I T. ..... . BAHROW, ROBISIVI' G ....... BIcAr:IIAAl, ANSI-:L lr., JR., Chil"hi . BECK, JOI-IN D.,KappaSlgma . . llliCKI.l5R, Boom' M. ..... . BEDELI., JOHN C., Tha-la Xi . . . BI-:I.K, FIIANIcI.lN P.. JR. , . . l,ll2l.l., RONAl.lJ M., Theta Chi . BliNNli'l'T, lll-INJAMIN lf., lll . . . BENsON, JACK W...lJclla llpsilon . l.lIiliCEIiT, FRI-:D L..Sigma Chi . . . BERAIAN, VICTOR. Tau Epsilon Phi . BAsSMAN, JOHN JW., JR. . . BISIIOI-, DAVID A. . . BLACK, A'lACl,YN H. . BLAIR, CI-IARLES li. . BLAIR, PAIIL MCC.. JR. BLAKE, .ARTHUR C. . BI.AKI-:I.Y, ROul1:R'I' C. . Phi Sigma Kappa BLEAKLEY, ARTHUR, JR. . . . . BLEMKER, RAY, JR. . Phi Sigma Kappa BONNEN, CHARLES W. .... . Phi Kappa Tau BOWEN, WILLIAM C ...... BRADEN, RICHARD P. . . BRADLEY, HAROLD E. . BRADNER, HOWARD G., JR. . . . . Phi Sigma Kappa Sigma Chi BRASWELL, JAMES P., III . . . . BRITTINC, KENNETH R., Theta Chi . BROADFOOT, LARRY M ...... Lambda Chi Alpha BROCK, JAMES D., Delta Tazi Delta . BIERCZAIAN, DAx'ID L., Taa Epsilon Phi BOWIE, MARSHALL L., JR ..... Baltimore, Mal. . Atlanta, Ga, BALSAMIDES, MICHAEL .... Pcrth Amboy, N. J. . Decatur, Ga. BANCIIE'I'1'I, JOHN J ...... Vicksburg, MISS. " - Il BANKSTUN, WII.I.IAM S. U ..... Ft. Valley, Ga. . . Macon, Ga. Va. BARKER, OSCAR B., lll, Sigma Chi . Lynchburg, BARNIC'l"I', ROBERT U .... .... A tlanta, Ca. . Smyrna, Ga. BA'l"1'ACLIA, ANTI-IONY C. . . . Jacksonville, Fla. BAIJUIIR, JO1-IN B., Taft Kappa Epsilon . Atlanta,Ga. . SavannalI,Ca. . DecatuI',Ga. Ga. . lipworlh, Maywoorl, N. J. Columbus, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. Portcrclalc, Ca. . Paducah, Ky. . Orlanrlo, Fla. . Atlanta, Ga. . Habana, Cuba . . Augusta,Ca. Atlanta, C-a. . . . CaracaS,Venczucla . Madison, Ala. Atlanta, Ca. . . Grilftn, Ga. . Chester, S. C. . . Atlanta,Ga. . . . . Huntingburg,Incl. BLY, THOMAS G., Lambda Chi Alpha . Brooklyn, N. Y. BOMAR, STEIIE H., JR., Theta Chi . . . Atlanta, Ga. BONDS, CULVER L., Lambfla Chi Alpha . Hapeville, Ca. BONDS, GARY C. ....... Birmingham,Ala. . Hapeville, Ga. BOROM, WILLIAM R. ..... N. Charleston, S. C. BOUCHNOU, THOMAS R. ..... Portsmouth, Va. BOWEN, FRANK R. ....... Americus, Ga. Sigma Alpha Epsilon LaC-range, Ca. . Atlanta, Ga. BOYD, WALTER L ....... New Orleans, La. BOYENS, GEORGE J ......... Many, La. BOYKIN, JOHN H., Lambda Chi Alpha . Atlanta, Ga. Ze h rhills Fla P Y i - . . At1anta,Ga. Glen Rock, N. J. BRANAN, JAMES T. ...... Marshallville, Ga. Sigma Alpha Epsilon BRANDON, EWIN L ...... Manchester, Tenn. BRANSFORD, THOMAS L. .... Union City, Tenn. . Corclele, Ga. BREARD, ARMAND E., Kappa Sigma . . Monroe, La. BRIOHAM, CHARLES W., JR., Sigma Nu . AuguSta,Ga. Ridgeftelcl, N. J. . Vidallia, Ga. . Mayfaetd, Ky. BROOKS, CUYLER W ., JR ...... Forsyth, Ga. BROWN, JERRY L ...... . Lawrenceville, Ca. BROWN, JOHNNIE W. . . . . Providence, Ky. BROWN, BROWN, BROWN, UNIOR JOSEPH I. ...... St. Petersburg, Fla. Phi Gamma Delta ROBERT A., Chi Phi . . Cotton Plant, Ark. STEVE W. ........ Marietta, Ga. BROWNINC, GUY P., JR., 'Sigma Nu . Hinesville, Ga. BRYANT, CHARLES M. ..... Spartanburg,S. C. BUCK, ROBERT W., JR. .... . BUNDSE BURAN, BURBANK, WILLIAM L., JR. . . Ft BURKHALTER, JAMES D ..... BURNES, K Al I a appa P I . Cleveland, O. Tau Kappa Epsilon . . Atlanta, Ga. . . Atlanta, Ga. . Lauderdale, Fla. N, BRUCE. . . . . RONALD D. ..... . Phi Kappa Phi . . Lindale, Ga. CHARLES A., JR., Theta Xi . . Atlanta, Ga. BURSON, ROBERT L. ....... Villa Rica, Ga. BURT, SAM T., JR. . . . Decatur, Ga. BUSH, AUBREY M ......... Macon, Ga. BUTLER, BYNUM, BYRON, HENRY ........ Gadsden, Ala. JO-E H., JR ...... Birmingham, Ala. Sigma Alpha Epsilon JULIAN K., Sigma Na . Mechanicsburg, Pa. CALDWELL, JOHN EDMUND, JR. . . . Madison, Ga. Alpha Tau Omega CAMMACK, ERNEST G., JR., ChiPhi . Savannah, Ga. CANNON, ROBERT L. ........ Albany, Ga. CARDEN, RAMON E. ....... Anniston, Ala. CAREY, WESLEY G., JR., Sigma Nii . . Miami, Fla. CARMICHAEL, DAVID B ..... Spartanburg, S. C. Si Uma Phi Ensilori CARMICHAEL, RODEITICK L., Ill . . Ft. Bragg, N. C. Sigma Alpha Epsilon CARNES HAL L JR. Siffma Chi . Charlotte N C CARR, JERE W. ll . ,. J . . . J . COOkeville,,Tei1n: CARRON, EDWARD L., Phi Sigma Kappa . Biloxi, Miss. CARSON, GERALD P., JR ...... Savannah, Ga. Kappa Sigma . CARTER, CHARLES l ...... . . Jesup, Ga. CARTER, JOHN A ,..... . Tucker, Ga. CARTER, KENNETH M. ....... Madison, Ga. Alpha Tau Omega CARTER, LAMAR M., Chi Psi ..... Baxley, Ga. CARTER, WILLIAM J ...... Hopkinsville, Ky. CASACUBERTA, FRANCISCO M. . . . Marianao, Cuba CASHIN, JOSEPH E., Theta Chi . . . Augusta, Ga. CATES, CHAFEE e ' -v CHATFIELD, RICHARD H. . . . . CHENY, CHILDS, CHRISS, CLARK, CLARK, CLARK, GEORGE E., Phi Delta Theta . . Atlanta, Ga. ROBERT S Pi Ka aPhi . Hutchinson, Kan. . Pine Lake, Ga. FREDERICK D., JR. . . . Moultrie, Ga. PRESTON B., JR. ...... Atlanta, Ga. DONALD E. ....... Columbus, Ga. CHARLES A ....... Alexandria,Va Pi Kappa Alpha MARION A., Phi Gamma .Delta . Atlanta, Ga. OLIVER W., JR. ..... Birmingham, Ala. Sigma Alpha Epsilon CLARK, WALTER L. ....... Richmond, Va. CLARKE, MEREDITH G ....... Atlanta, Ga. CLEIN, ROBERT B., Phi Epsilon Pi . . Atlanta, Ga. CLINE, BOBBY L. ......... Dalton, Ga. CLOAR, WILLIAM C. ...... Dyersburg, Tenn. COALSON, PLEDCER C. ....... Atlanta, Ga. COBB, THOMAS H. . COIL, SAMUEL W.,Delta COLE, CHARLES E., lll . COLLINS, FRANK A. . COLVIN, . . . . . Vicksburg, Miss. Tau Delta . Sapulpa, Okla. . . Charleston Hts., S. C. . . . . . . Marietta, Ga. RONALD K .... . Jacksonville, Fla. CONNOLLY, JOSEPH L., JR. . . . . . Toccoa, Ga. COOK, JAMES H. ......... Atlanta, Ga. COOPER, CAMERON P. ...... Nashville, Tenn. COPELA Phi Delta Theta ND, WILLIAM R., JR. .... Camden, Ark. Pi Kappa Alpha COTHRAN, ALFRED R. ....... Decatur, Ga. Class Of ' Delta Tau Della A Tau Kappa Epsilon Lambda Chi Alpha D WI' TIAIONIAQ R Tau Ka 2 Ia E Jsilon Paducah Alpha Tau Omega DEBOER, hllfll-IAI-II. R. ....... Miami, lull-ILANY, JOE H. JR., l'lIiDelza Theta . Marietta Kappa Sigma III-:S ISLETS, CI-IARLI-:S B.M. .. . . Savannah Phi Gamma .Della DICKSON. RONALD D. . . . . . . DIXON, RONNIE M. DODGE, WVILLIAM D. Phi Kappa Sigma DOLAN, KENNETH J. DOLSON, RICHARD R.. ChiPlzi . . . DONALDSON, JOHN O. . . . . DORMINEY, ROBERT P. . . . DOWDEY, CHARLES F ..... . DOWDLE, DONALD E ....... DRAKE, LOUIS N., JR., Sigma Na . DRESSLER, CHARLES R., JR. . . . . DRIGDERS, THOMAS M. ..... . Lambda Chi Alpha Delta Upsilon DYCHES, JOHN B., lll ...... Savannah, EDELMAN, ROBERT M ...... Phi Sigma Kappa EDGE, GEORGE S., Sigma Na . . . EDWARDS, JAMES WM. . . EISENHAUER, WILLIAM C. . Tau Kappa ELLIS, JAMES A.. . . . ELMORE, DAVID W. . . . Epsilon EMERY, DONALD K., JR. . EMMETT, WILLIAM W. . EPPS, ROBERT E. . . . . ERLENKOTTER, DONALD . . . Phi Kappa Sigma DAVIS. .IAMIAIS H., Kappa Sigma . . Memphis,Tenn DAVIS. JAMES T. ......... Gordon, Ca DAvIS, l-AWRl-INCIE E. ..... Richmond Hill, ff. ., II 1- f- , DAWSON. DONALD I. ........ Atlanta, DAWSON, TULLI' J ....... Woodstock, DELIND, JOHN W., III .... Winter Park., DUBARD, JAMES L., 'Sigma Chi .... Atlanta, DUCGAN, DOUGLAS M., Theta Chi . . . Atlanta, DUHIG, JAMES J. ......... Atlanta, DUNCAN, DAVID A. ..... . . Newnan, DUNHAM, KENNETH B ...... East Point, COIIRSEY, JOSI-:I-I-I R., Tl16l!l...XI. . . . DaytOn,O COURTWRIGIIT, EDWARD L., JR. .... Boyds, Md , COWMAN, ROBERT WM ..... . Brunswick, Ca COYLE, JACK I-I. ......... Atlanla,Ga CIIAIIIIOCK, Cl-IARLISS .I. . . Hurricane, W. Va CRAvI':R, LARRY W. . . . . . Apopka, Fla CRONK, JOI-1 A., .III.. l'lIi.Delta Theta . AIlanta,Ga CllII'I'Cl'1FIl-1I.ll, JAMI-:S S.. ll . Honey-in-thc-I-Iills, Fla CIII.I'I::I'I'liR. RONALD M. .... Silver Spring, MII f.I.INARII. ILIIWARD A ....... AllCIllOWl"l,Ci1 IIUNIIA, TIIOMAZ, ll. .... Sao Paulo, Brazil, A CURI.lCIi, .IAMI-:S IZ., Kappa Sigma . . . Atlanta, Ca CUHRI-IY, JAMI-:S l-I ....... Nashville, Tenn CIITI-IIII-:nT, THOMAS R., JR. . . Chattanooga,'I'c-nn lJAr:GI-:TT, llll-IOMAS W., JR. . . . . Charlotte,N.C DANIIIII.. ANTHONY M ....... Atlanta, Ca IJANIIELS. STANLEY L., Tau Epsilon Phi , Atlanta, Ga DAVIS. JACK L., Phi Sigma Kappa . Baltimore, Md Ca Kv Ga Ca Fla. Ga Fla , Ca DEWHIRST, JOHN W ...... Washington, D. C. DEWHURST. ROBERT L.. Pi Kappa Phi . Hialeah, Fla. Tifton, Ca. . . . . W. Palm Beach, Fla. . . . . . . . Savannah, Ca. . Kittery, Me. . Atlanta, Ca. Fremont, Neb. Alapaha, Ga. Americus, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. , Columbia, S. C. Baltimore, Md. . Atlanta, Ga. Ga. Ca. Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. Mt. Holly, N. J. . Americus, Ca. . . . . . Decatur, Ca. . . Rochester, N. Y. . . . . . PariS,TexaS . . . Durham,N. C. . . Deland, Fla. . . . Miami, Fla. . , . . Savannah, Ga. San Francisco, Calif ERNSBERGER, GALE R. . . . . . Huntsville, Ala. EScRIBANO,JULIO. . . . Habana,Cuba JU IOR EUDY, CHARLES W., Lambda Chi Alpha . Tampa, Fla. EVANS, ALFRED D ......... Oliver, Ga. EXUM, JOHN O ........ Smithville, Ga. FABER, JOSEPH P ........ Aliquippa, Pa. FACLIER, RICHARD W., Delta Taa Delta . Augusta, Ga. FARISS, DONALD R. ........ Blakely, Ga. F ELTY, HILI.RA H., JR ..... Bainbridge, Ga. Kappa Sigma FIELDS, WM. HENRY ...... Grovetown, Ga. FILLINCIM, CARL D. ....... Hartford, Ala. FISHER, GORDON F., II ...... Bethesda, Md. Phi Sigma Kappa FLAUTT, PAT W. ....... Greenwood, Miss. FLEMING, GEORGE D ..... New York, N. Y. FLETCHER, CHARLES A. ..... Kingsport, Tenn. Phi Sigma Kappa FOLSOM, LEON L., JR. ....... Atlanta, Ga. FONTS, E. LARRY, Sigma Chi .... Miami, Fla. FORD, J. THOMAS ....... Panama, Panama FOSTER, DONALD L. ...... Paterson, N. J. FRUEAUFF, FREDERICK R. .... Birmingham, Ala. Delta Tau Delta FULCHER, SIM B., Sigma Alpha Epsilon . Augusta, Ga. GALPIN, RALPH C. ..... Ridgewood, N. J. GANDIA, ALBERT A. ....... Arlington, Va. Phi Kappa Sigma GANTT, JOHN R., Sigma Chi . . Kingsport, Tenn. GARNER, RAYM'OND R., JR. ..... Newnan, Ga. Kappa Alpha GARRETT, WILLIAM J. . . . . . Columbus, Ga. Lambda Chi Alpha GAVER, CHARLES C., JR .... St. Petersburg, Fla. Delta Tau .Delta GAY, KERMIT E., Delta Sigma Phi . . . Millen, Ga. GIBSON, CHARLES A ..... Spring City, Tenn. Kappa Sigma GIBSON, THOMAS F., JR .... Gatun, Canal Zone GIBSON, THOMAS N., Ill ...... Biloxi, Miss. Phi Sigma Kappa GILES, BENJAMIN F, JR. ...... Moultrie, Ga. GILLILAND, CLINTON R. . . Ramey AFB, Puerto Rico GILLIS, ALVA K., JR ...... Jacksonville, Fla. Delta Sigma Phi GIRARD, EDWARD H., III ..... Savannah, Ga. Phi Sigma Kappa GLENN, ROBERT W ........ Valdosta, Ga. GODFREY, CLAUDE S., Pi Kappa Alpha . Atlanta, Ga. GODLEY, JAMES E., JR. ...... Savannah, Ga. GOETZ, ROBERT C., Alpha Tau Omega . Miami, Fla. GOLDEN, EDWARD R. ....... Moultrie, Ga. GOODE, JOSEPH A. ........ Atlanta, Ga. GOODHEW, JOHN WM., Ill . . . Birmingham, Ala. Kappa Sigma GOOLSBY, HENRY C ....... Carnesville, Ga. GORMAN, JOHNSON G. ....... Atlanta, Ga. ,Della Sigma Phi GRANGER, LUTHER G ...... Hogansville, Ga. GRANT, KENNETH M., Sigma Nu , Winchester, Tenn. GRANTHAM, RONALD E. ...... Douglas, Ga. GRAVES, GERALD L ........ Norcross, Ga. GREEN, MICHAEL, Taa Epsilon Phi . Woodmere, N. Y. GREEN, R. HERMAN ..... ChattanOOvfa,TeI1n. Sigma Phi Epsilon D GREENSTEIN, LEONARD ....... Norfolk, Va. Alpha Epsilon Pi GRIFFIN, CHARLES H., JR .... Spartanburg, S. C. GRIFFIN, THOMAS A., IH . New Smyrna Beach, Fla. Sigma Nu GRUBBS, JOE H. ......... Atlanta, Ga. GUDCER, FRANK H., JR., Sigma Chi . Greenville, S. C. GUNN, JACK N. ........ Ellisville, Miss. CUNTER, JOHN W., Theta Chi .... Decatur, Ga. GURLEY, THOMAS B .... . . Hattiesburg, Miss. Kappa Alpha HAIR, LEROY M., Phi Kappa Tau . Birmingham, Ala. HALT,, MILTON S., JR. ..... Cincinnati, Ohio Delta Sigma Phi HADIBY, PAUL V., JR ....... Valdosta, Ga. HAMMACK, ROBERT L. ...... Columbus, Ga. ss Of 759 IAIANIMOND, .JANIES A., JR. . ..., Trion,Ga. l'lAMMON'l'lll'Il5, JIESSYE F. .... Chiclcamauga, Ca. I-IANNR, C1-IARLES C., ,JR .... Garden City, N.Y. Dalia Tata Della l'lARAliI. CLAUDI-1 ..... Nlontevitlcao, Uruguay l'lAItDI'II'1, .lANlEs E., JR. ...... Marlison, .Urflla Tan. Delta l'lAIiDl11N, JANIICS C., Kappa Sigma . Birniingltam, l'lARDl-:N, RUHI-1Ii'l' ll. ..... . Cutlilmrl, l'la. Ala. Ca. l-lixum-:N, XVILLIAM D.. Chi Phi ..., f Xugusta,Ga. l-IARDISON, 'l'1-Lomas D. ....... 'l'ilton,Ca. l'l,ARNAr:E, MAI..l.ll'I J., .lu ...... Nloultrie,Ga. l'lAlll'l'Ill. CLICK! L., Ill ,... Stone- Mountain,Ga. l'lAIll'I-ill. xvll,l.lANl R., JR. . . . . Doraville, Ca. l'lMlIlliI.l., DAVID M.. Kappa Sigma . .JE11JkSOllVllllt',Flil. l'lARIll-1l.l., ,lmu-is If ....., Birminghani, Ala. Della Sigma Phi l'lAliltIS. l3Ex.lAR1lN F., JR. ...... G1'imn,Ca. l'hi llvlla Tlwta llfuuns, ClIAIll.l'lF .l.. JR. ...... Starke, Fla. l'lfKlilllS. lJWIr:I1'r li., Tlmla Chi ..... Lula, Ca. l'lRRRIs, liunm' I" ..... . Fayettr-villc.Ca. ll.-nuns. l'll-ZNIIY li. . . . lfort Valle-y,Ca. lfllxnms. KAY:-1. D. ....... Lakm- Wales, Fla. l'l.XIlIilS. XVILLIAXI ....... .'XI'nv1'ifft1s,Ca. Sigma ,fllpha Epsilon lfltxnntsnx, XV-Il.I.l.-XXI I... JR. .... East Point, Ca. Signza N11 l'l.-XIlWICl.l.. ,JOHN li., 7'lm1aClIi . . Winder. Ca. l'l.fXSKI4II.I.. CLYDIV: C. .... . Tampa, Fla. l-l Mix KEDR. .AIIIJI ...... Los l'l,xx's. AL T.. JR. ........ Moultrie-, l'lli.XIJ. PET:-:R l'hi Gamma Della . . Decatur. HI-:,xD, SIDNEY A.. JR ....... Jollorson, l'lliCKXIAN. ROBERT A ....... Daytona. Della Tau Della l-IELL1-LR, NORMVW C. ...... Fort Piercv, lMlEAlsI,Ei', RICHARD ...... Delray Beach, Sigma Phi Epsilon HENDERSON, DONALD lf. ....... f Xtlanta , HENDERSON, HAROLII Y., Them Chi . . Augusta, HENDON, Rom-:RT,..C ...... Birmingham, Sigma fllpha Epsilon HENLEY. CHARLES F.. JR. .... Jacksonville, HERRINc'rON, THOMAS N ..... Swainsboro, Delia Sigma Phi HERRO N, KEN NETH L ....... Hartwell, Ca Fla. Fla. Fla. Ala. Fla. Ga. Ga. HERRON, RICHARD D. ...... Dresden, Tenn. Lambda Chi Alpha HESTER, Ju-IMIE M., Sigma Chi .... Dublin, Ga. Htcxs, ROBERT F ........ Columbus, Ga. HIERS, XVILLI.-XM N. ........ AtlaI1ta,Ga. HILL, BYRON Y., Tau Kappa Epsilon . Atlanta, Ga. HILLBRATH, HENRY S .... . . Atlanta, Ga. HINCH, RICHARD R. ...... Nashville, Tenn. Phi Kappa Sigma HINCKLEY, FREDDIE L .... Fort Lauderdale, Fla. HINSHAW, EUGENE C., JR. . HODGES, WILLIAM L. . . . HOLLEY, EDWARD R., JR. . HOLLINCSWOllTH, WILLIAM F. . . . Pi Kappa Alpha . . . . Atlanta, Ga. . . . Sandersville, Ca. . . . Atlanta, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. HOLLOWAY, JAMES R. ...... Americus, Ga. HOLT, JOSEPH M., JR. ..... Lewislourg, W. Va. Beta Theta Pi HOOKER, BUDDY ........ Loudon, Tenn. HOOVER, ROBERT D., Pi Kappa Alpha . Sarasota, Fla. HOWARD, HALL C., JR., Kappa Alpha . Pensacola, Fla. HOWARI7, JOHN L., Pi Kappa Alpha . Cullman, Ala. HOWARD, JOHN R., JR. ...... Roanoke, Va. Alpha Taa Omega HOWARD, HOWE, PHILIP G., JR. ..... Jacksonville, Kappa Alpha HUEFSTETTER, KIETH N. ..... East Point, JOSEPH E. . ....... Jesup, Ga. Fla. Ca. HUGHES, RUEUS R., ll, Beta Theta Pi . Parkin, Ark. Angeles, Calif. Ca. Ca. Ga. Ca. HUGHES, THOMAS J ....... Aliquippa, Pa. Phi Sigma Kappa HUIE, DONALD E., Delta Upsilon . College Park, Ga. HUIE, DOUGLAS F., Delta Upsilon . College Park, Ga. HUMPHREYS, CHARLES B. ..... Moultrie, Ga. Delta Upsilon HUMPHREYS, JAMES H. Delta Upsilon . Moultrie,Ga. HUNDER, RICHARD L. .... N. Charleston, S. C. Phi Kappa Taa HUNT, THOMAS M., Beta Theta Pi . . . Ruston, La. HUIPKE, THOMAS E., Beta Theta Pi . . lnkster,Mich. HERD, LEWIS R. ......... Atlanta, Ga. HURST, JAMES J., JR. ....... Atlanta, Ga. HURTADO, GUILLERMO . . . Cali, Columbia, S. A. HUSSEY, NIARTIN M., JR. ...... Tampa, Fla. HUTCHINSON, BEN H., JR ..... Hapeville, Ga. HYDE, JOHN L., Kappa Sigma . . Memphis, Tenn. HYDE, THOMAS E. ..... . . Canton, Ohio HYDE, THOMAS H ........ Hapeville, Ga. IVEY, CECIL E. ......... Waycross, Ga. JAMES, CHARLES N., Delta Upsilon . Caroleen, N. C. JARRETT, LEROY K. ...... . . Eton, Ga. JEFFARES, DONALD J ...... McDonough, Ga. JENKINS, GEORGE T., JR., Chi Phi . . Norfolk, Va. JENNINCS, R. WAYNE, Delta Tau Delta . Augusta, Ga. JOE, HERBERT P ......... Atlanta, Ga. JOHNS, JAMES E. . . . Tifton, Ga. JOHNSON, BOBBY G. . .. . . Richmond, Ky. JOHNSON, CHARLES D. . . . . Seattle, Wash. JOHNSON, CHARLES M., JR. . . Decatur, Ga. 1 JOHNSON, WESLEY H. . . t . . . Erie, Pa. JONES, ALLEN O .... . . Atlanta, Ga. X JONES, CHARLES D. . . Twin City, Ga. A JONES, CHARLES N. ....... Savannah,Cva. JOSEY JONES, JONES, JONES, JONES, JEREMY B., Delta Sigma Phi . Northport, N. Y. JOHN M. ........ East Point, Ga. RALPH B., Kappa Sigma . . Savannah, Ga. ROBERT F. ........ Mobile, Ala. FRED H., JR. ...... Milleclgeville, Ga. Delta Upsiloa JOYE, CLEALAND M.. JR. ...... Atlanta, Ca. JUDD, DONALD K., Phi Kappa Taa . . Paducah, Ky. JUDGE, THOMAS J., JR., Delta Sigma Phi . Mobile, Ala. JUE, PAUL R .......... Augusta, Ca. KAHN, JUDD E ........ Brooklyn, N. Y. KAHN, LLOYD F., JR. ...... Scarsdale, N. Y. Phi Epsilon Pi KAMPMEIER, WILLIAM W. . . . Chattanooga, Tenn. Delta Tau Delta KARL, ORVIS D., Delta Upsilon .... Athens, Ga. KARTZMARK, ROY M., JR ...... DeLand,Flu. KEITH, FRED L. ......... Atlanta, KELLOSC, CRAIG K. ..... St. Petersburg, Fla. KELLY, WILLIAh'l A. ..... Riviera Beach, Fla. Ga. Phi Sigma Kappa KEY, ALAN M., Phi Delta Theta . . . Macon, Ga. KEYES, JOSEPH W. ....... Alexandria, Va. IKILGORE, BERNARD A. ...... Carrollton, Ga. KILL, PETE A., Alpha Taa Omega . . Atlanta, Ga. KING, EDWARD W., JR. ...... Bristol, Tenn. Pi Kappa Alpha KING, GRAHAM B. ...... Delray Beach, Fla. Lambrla Chi Alpha KINSLEY, ROBERT' A. . . . Warren Township, N. J. Phi Gamma Delta KIRICPATRICIC, DAVID A. ..... Alameda, Calif. KISNER, JOHN L ....... St. Albans, W. Va. Phi Kappa Sigma . IKLEIN, LAWRENCE V. ...... New York, N. Y. Taa Epsilon Phi KI.E1lT, ROBERT J.,Phi Kappa Sigma . Augusta, Ga. KNEZEVICH, VLADIMIR J., Il . . Worthington, Ohio lass of 9 KNIUI-I'l'. FIIRIIIAN IJ.. Kappa Sigma . Sumter, S. C. KoI,I.IE, 'l'IfIovnAs G ........, A tIanra,Ca. KRAI-'T, JAMES H., Pi Kappa Alpha . Baltirnort-, Md. KIIIINIwIIcI,. .lol-IN C., Della Tan Della . lJonI'1f:llSon, lll. LAMAR, Rfilllilfl' O., lll.,Sigma Chi , 'l'rIIssville, Ala. IJAMII. Jo:-IN W.. Lhv Phi ...... Angnstulla. LAN:-1, RHI!!-Ili'l' ....... Fort Worth,'l'c1ex. Phi Gamma llella l ,xN::I-'onD. JUIIN l-I ........ Atlanta, Ca. l,ANI:L1-LY. lif'H!-Ili'l' A ........ AtlIons,Ga. l.ASs:':'r'I'I-zu, I.:-:WIS A.. .IR ...... Atlanla,Ca. Tllll Kappa Epsilon l.ATlWll'Ill, lim' 'l'.. Sigma1Vu. . Alf-xanfler City, Ala. l.A'rTAI., G1-QIIALD L., ThelaXi . . Pc-rth Al11lJOY,N.,l. l.AI,IDE, KI-:I'I'n ll, ........, f Xllanta. Ca. LAW. JAMI-is L.. Phi Kappa Tan . Daytona lfleach, Fla. LAWRI-:Nc:E. llAl.l'll li.. ll .... Coll:-gcPark, Ca. l.AYNI-3, JAAII-is l-I ..... . . l3uaumont,Va. LI-:I-2. .l.-miss 'l'.. JR. . . . . . Macon,Ca. l.lll-1, JINIMI' C. . . . . f.l0llllTllJlkl.A'llSS. lllflf. .IIISEPIYI M.. Ill. ChiPhi .... .fXugusta,Ga. l.l-:I-1. .ll7l,l.-KN ll ......... Savannah. Ca. l,l-Il-I. XVIILIAAI J.. llwlla Sigma Phi . Swvc-tI.valm'. Tex. l.l-1l'ltlilfI. l.lOAAI.D .rl ...... llosvllr: Park. N. J. J Sigma llzi lfpsilrm l.I-znov, XV,XI.'l'I'Ili WAI.. JR. ..... llaltimoro,Mtl. Phi Sigma Kappa l.lesS1-:n. NI-LII., Phi Epsilon Pi . . CllZlI'll'SlOI1,S. C. l.En'Is. CH.fXltl.IiS 'l'.. JR.. SigmaCl11f . . Atl.anta,Ga. Ll-1tt'IS. JACK lf.. Tau Kappa lfpsilon. . Clinton, Ark. l.,t-inns. li0IlIiR'l' M.. Phi Epsilon Pi , Ne-w York, N. Y. l,-l'l0XI3II-IDIIZU. lTRIilllil4lCK .l. . . Sl.l7ElI-'1'slJurg,Fla. Phi Kappa Sigma Lnzox. Cl-I.'XlZl.liS K.. Jn. .... Bll'llllI'lghBl11,!hlH. Lamlula Chi ,rllpha LILl.II'1.l'lUNAI.lDli. . . . . . Roc-licster, Minn. LIT'I'I.I-1, FRANCIS H. . . . . Moscow,O. l-lT'liltlEl.L. HARRY ll. ....... ForIlyce,Ark. LlN'lNCS'l'0N, GERALD .l. ...... Marietta, Ga. LQNDON. GERALD L., Alpha Epsilon Pi . B1'OHX,N.Y. LoxfEI.ACE. FREDERICK S. ...... Atlanta, Ca. lAOYIH'l"l', PAUL L., JR ...... Waynesboro, Ga. Della Sigma Phi LowE, WILDUR F., JR. .... Daytona Beach,Fla. Sigma Chi LIJDEI., KENNETH E ...... Birmingham, Ala. Alpha Epsilon Pi h'lACEVI'l"I'., JAMES M., Ill ..... Babylon, N. Y. Delta Sigma Phi NIALIA, EDWARD P. ....... Brooklyn, N. Y. Delta Tan, Delta NIANN, CHARLES K., JR. ...... Decatur, Ga. NIARKS, CHESTER D., JR. ...... Atlanta, Ga. Phi Kappa Taa NIAIKSHALL, CHARLES E., JR ..... Atlanta, Ga. NLARTENS, WALTER F., Chi Psi . . Greensboro, N. C. MARTIN, CHARLES J ....... Hinesville,Ga. NIARTIN, DOUGLAS E. ...... Harrisburg, Pa. DIARTIN, GEORGE H., JR., Delta Upsilon . GrifHn,Ga. MARTIN, JOHN R., Bela Theta Pi . . Jackson, Miss. MARTINDALE, ROBERT F. ...... Bartow, Fla. MARTINS, SERCIO I. C .... Rio de Janerio, Brazil Phi Sigma Kappa MASILEIC, WILLIAM L. ..... Charleston, S. C. MASON, RAUSEY W., JR. ...... Atlanta, Ga. MAX'FIELD, HAROLD G ..... Spring City, Tenn. MCCAUCHAN, ROBERT H. ..... Crossett,Ark. Alpha Tait Omega MCCLELLAND, JOSEPH T., JR. . . St. Augustine, Fla. MCCLESKEY, .JAMES M., JR. .... Fairfield, Ala. Lambda Chi Alpha NLCCLURE, Rox' L. ........ Atlanta,Ca. MCCOLLUNI, JoHN P., JR ..... Bainbridge,Ga. MCCONNELL, JAMES D.,Ph.i Kappa Tazi . Russell, Ky. lwCCONNELL, LAWSON J., 'Chi Phi . . Royston, Ga. UNIURS MCCOY, HUEY E. ...... . AICDONOUGH, ROBERT H ..... Delta Tau .Delta MCCEE, WILLIAM H ...... MCGOWAN, OLIVER W. .... . Lambda Clzi Alpha MCGUIRE, JAMES A. ..... . NICJNTYRE, ROBERT L. .... . . . Macon, Ga. Yonkers, N. Y. Cave Spring, Ca. . . McRae, Ga. . Marietta. Ca. . Toronto, Ohio MCKINNE1', :HAROLD G., Sigma Na . OwensbO1'0,KY- MCLAIN. DAVID K. ..... . . . Buford,Ga. MCLENDJON, JAY R. ...... Birmingham, Ala. Lambda Chi Alpha MCLURE, ROBERT C., JR ..... Tall, Kappa Epsilon MCNEILL, DAVID A.. JH . . . , Alpha Tau Omega MCSWAIN, DELANO R ...... MEADOSVS, PHILIP O. .... . Lambda Chi Alpha JVIELLICHAMP, DUNCAN A.. JR. . . Beta Theta Pi MENSCER, WILLIAM H. .... . MERRITT, CECIL R. ..... . METHVIN, GAYNELL C. . . . MEVERS, WILLIAM B. . . . MEYER, DAVID M., Sigma Chi . . MIDDLEBROOKS, CHARLES O., JR. , NIJIDDLETON, JOHN H., Sigma Na . MILES, EDWARD, Kappa Alpha . . MILES, GRADY M ........ NIILLER, GEORGE E ....... Phi Gamma .Della MILI.ER, .JACK C., JR. . MILLER, JERRY P. . MILI,ER, RALH B., JR. . . . . . Kappa Epsilon Tall JWILLIGAN, DONALD L. .... . NIJILLIKAN, ROBERT J., Chi Phi . MINTER, JOHN R ....... . Calhoun, Ga. . Thomson, Ca. . Rebecca, Ga. . . Vidalia, Ca. . . Albany, Ga. Statesville, N. C. Camden, Ark. Beaumont, Texas . . Miami, Fla. . Atlanta, Ca. . Marietta, Ca. . Atlanta, Ca. . Atlanta, Ca. . Atlanta, Ga. Baltimore, Md. . . Perry. Ga. . Athens, Tenn. . Savannah, Ga. . Savannah, Ca. . Savannah, Ga. McDonough, Ca. MITCHELL, JAMES R.. JR .... Silver Spring, Md. Kappa Sigma NIITCHELL, TOLEN R. . , . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon Columbia, Tenn. MITCHELL, WILLIAM R. ..... East Point, Ga. Delta Tau, Della MOON, GERALD R. ....... East Point, Ga. MOON, RICHARD A. ..... . . Atlanta, Ca. MOONEY, WALTER E.. JR .... East Ridge, Tenn. Phi Gamma Delta MOORE, L. SILAS, JR. ....... Atlanta, Ga. MOORE, LARRY D ........ . Atlanta, Ga. MOORHEAD, JAMES J. ..... Middletown, Ohio Lamlncla Chi Alpha MORGAN, JOHN D., JR., Sigma ClIi . . Atlanta, Ga. MORRIS, HENRY P., .Delta Tau Delia . Tennille, Ga. MOTT, ROGER W., Tau Kappa Epsilon . Murray, Ky. MOYE, CHARLES M ....... MULLINS, DON W ....... Delta Tau Delta MULLIS, DONALD A ...... Phi Kappa Tau, . Decatur, Ca. Longview, Texas . . Macon, Ga. MULLOY, JOSEPH W. ...... Bradenton, Fla. MUNROE, CHARLES P., Sigma Chi . . Miami, Fla. MURDOCH, STROTHER E., JR. . . Cramerton, N. C. Delta Upsilon MYERS, THOMAS J., Phi Gamma Della . Atlanta, Ga. NALL, RICHARD A., Sigma Na . . NEASE, DARVIN S ...... . NELSON, NEI.SON, NELSON, ,Delta Sigma Phi NICHOL, HARRY G., JR. .... . Phi Sigma Kappa NICHOLSON, HOWARD B ..... Phi Epsilon Pi NICKELSON, RICHARD L. . . . . NORMAN, BARRY R ....... NUNNALLY, GLYN D., JR. . . . . OAKES, WILLIAM R., JR., Theta Chi . . Tampa, Fla. . Savannah, Ga. Greenville, S. C. . Savannah, Ca. CECIL K., Kappa Sigma . CHARLES P., Sigma Clzi . MAURICE S., JR. . . . Chattanooga, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. . Savannah, Ga. Ca. I , Ga. Forest Park, Ga. . Savannah, . . Winder, . Atlanta Gal. Class Of ' KaJ Ja Si ma Beta Theta Pi Phi Kappa Sigma Bela Theta Pi P 3 Pi F .llAli'I'lilllCI4I, WILLIAM K .... . lJA'l"l'I'1RSUN. R. WAYNI-', JR. . . Sigma Chi l,AlILl,lS, GIcIIAI.D M. .... . PAYNH, EDWIN A ..,... . PEAK, JOHN D., Lamlnla Chi Alpha PEARsoN, XVILLIANI B., JR .... .Della Sigma Phi PIQNICK, JOSEIIII C ....... PENN, Lucius W., Chi Psi . . . PENNA, THOMAS M .... PIcRIcINs, JAMEs T., JR. . PERKINs, JOIIN li., III .... Kappa fllpha PERKINS, XVILLIAAI F., Sigma Chi l:'liRLMAN, AIRNOLII S ...... .fllpha Epsilon Pi I hz' Kappa Tau PHIIBFCK lO9I'I'l-I S PIERCE, DAMON P. .... . . Beta Th eta Pi , Phi Kappa 'Sigma .U PREETORIUS, CHARLES D., Theta Xi PRICE, PAUL T., Phi Delta Theta . PRUITT, FLEMINC S., JR .... . Pi Kappa Alpha PULLUM, DON P., Sigma Na . . PURVIS, DON W ...... QUTOLEY, RICHARD B. H RADCLIFF, STEPHEN V ..... Delta Theta Phi RAINEY, EDWIN Q. . RALL, BYRON D. . . RAMSEUR, ARTHUR, JR ..... Kappa Alpha RAMSEY, DAVID W. . . . RANDALL, WALTER T. . . . RAY, GEORGE W., JR ..... REED, JAMES D. ...... . REED, SAMUEL J., IV ..... Delta T aa .Delta Phi Sigma Kappa Alpha Tau. Omega O,DONNELL, PAUL E., JR ..... East Point, Ga. lf 5 ' OELKEHS, RICHARD, lll .... Coral Gables, Fla. Tau, Kappa Epsilon OI-IRTMAN, DON A ....... Plainview, N. Y. i O'KI-:IfIc, DAVID A. ........ Decatur, Ga. X OKIAION, lVlldI.VYN M. ...... Memphis, Tenn. fllpha TLVIJSTIOII. Pi i OlKKDN, JAM Es A., Pi Kappa Alpha . . Decatur, Ga. OLIVIGR, GI-LOIIGE E ....... East Point, Ga. GWICN, JAMES D. ...... La Lima, Honduras OWEN, SAMIIEI. I-I., JR ...... Waleska, Ga. l?Al"ACI-IRISTOU, JOHN . . . Mount Vernon, N. Y. l"API':, ,ISIICENE H ........ Savannah, Ga. PARKER, JONATIIAN E ....... Atlanta, Ga. AIIKS, IRRY J., JH ...... Gainesville, Ga. lJARNl'1LI.IC, JACK C.. Pi Kappa Alpha . Estill, S. C. . Augusta, . . Atlanta . . Augusta . . Atlanta . Columbus, . . Atlanta . Cornelia I . Douglas, . . Jupiter, . Columbus Tallahassee, . Savannah, . Savannah PH'l'lCl!S0h, RICI-IARD A., JR ..... Tampa, PE'I'RIE, LI-:sTI:R M., JR. . ..... Decatur I PHARR, CIIARLI-:s K ..... . Lawrenceville Lake Cit 4 L , , .. z . ...,.. Y, PHILII's, CHARLES W., Kappa Alpha . Atlanta, PH1LLII's, JERRY A ........ Atlanta, . Sylvania, s v 1 a Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. Fla. Ga. Fla. Ga. Ga. Fla. Ga. Ga. Fla. Ga. Ga. Ga. PIERCE, JOHN A., Kappa Sigma . . Morrilton, Ark. PINCUS, GEORGE, Taa Epsilon Phi . Havana, Cuba PINDER, RONALD W ....... Key West, Fla. PITMAN, PETER P. ........ Atlanta, Ga. Tau Kappa Epsilon PITTS, LUCIUS L., ll, Delia Upsilon . . Newnan, Ga. POPE, JOE H ......... Tallapoosa, Ga. PORCELL, JUAN M. J .... Panama City, Panama POWER, JERRY D. . . .... Toceoa, Ga. PRATT, FRANK W ....... Clearwater, Fla. PREDDY, FRED A., JR ..... Mount Airy, N. C. Lambda Chi Al ha . Augusta, Ga. . LaGrange, Ga. . Waycross, Ga. . Camden, S. C. . . Dublin, Ga. . Detroit, Mich. . Carrollton, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. Jacksonville, Fla. Greenville, S. C. . Atlanta, . Columbia, . . Bristol, . . Atlanta, Wytheville, Ga. Ky. Ga. Ga. Va. REEVES, R. GENE ..... Pacolet Mills, S. C. Phi Sigma Kappa UNIORS REID, EDWIN J., JR., Chi Phi .... Atlanta, Ga. REMPE, EDWARD T., IH .... Coral Gables, Fla. Beta Theta Pi REU, NORMAN E ....... Wilmington, Del. Al ha Tau Omeffa I7 ' 0 l l RICE, RICHARD M. ........ Vidalia, Ga. RICHARDS, JAMES B .... . Mt. Sterling, Ky. RICHARDSON, ELMO A., .JR. . . . . Macon, Ga. RITTELMEYER, GEORGE A ....., Atlanta, Ga. Beta Theta Pi RIVIERE, HENRY W. ....... Athens, Tenn. ROBERTS, MARION L. ..... Donalsonville, Ga. ROBERTS, PAUL J., Chi Phi .... Fairburn. Ga. ROBERTS, THOMAS M ...... Memphis, Tenn. Sigma Alpha Epsilon ROBINSON, OSCAR L. ...... Homerville, Ga. Phi Kappa Tau ROBLEDO, VICTOR M. .... Manizales, Columbia ROCHE, EDWARD J., JR ..... Hagerstown, Md. Sigma Phi Epsilon RODGERS, EDWARD G., Sigma Nu, . . Marietta, Ga. ROGERS, AUGUSTUS C., JR ...... Grifhn, Ga. ROGERS, WILLIAM F ...... Memphis, Tenn. ROLEY, RICHARD G., Beta Theta Pi . Hialeah, Fla. Rooics, RAMON B. . . . Washington, Ga. ROSABAL, FELIX A ..... Palma Soriano, Cuba ROSSER, JOHN W ....... . . Atlanta, Ga. ROUMILLAT, ULYSSES C., JR .... East Point, Ga. ROWLAND, GRATTAN W., JR., Sigma Chi . Atlanta, Ga. ROWLAND, RONALD R .... Warner Robins, Ga. ROY, GEORGE E ....... Manchester, N. H. Delta Tau Delta RUSH, TERRY A ...... Powder Springs, Ga. Pi Kappa Alpha SACICER, ROBERT J ....... Key West, Fla. SAFFORD, JERRY E., Pi Kappa Phi . . Atlanta, Ga. SAJEM, JOHNNY E ........ Atlanta, Ga. SALAZAR, ALFREDO A .... Managua, Nicaragua SALES, ARTHUR T. . SALLEE, JOHN P ...... Murfreesboro, Tenn. SAPP, AUBREY E., JR .... Winston-Salem, N. C. SATTERFIELD, RICSBY C., JR. . Winston-Salem, N. C. SAWYER, WILLIAM C ....... Snellville, Ga. SAYLOR, JERRY W. ........ Atlanta, Ga. . Indianapolis. lncl. SCHOOLSKY, SAMUEL S ..... Pawtuckett, R. I. Tan Epsilon Phi SCHWARTZ, CHARLES J ..... Nashville, Tenn. Alpha Epsilon Pi SCOGCINS, DAVID M., JR. ...... Atlanta, Ga, Delta Sigma Plzi SCOCCINS, TOMMY L ........ Trion, Ga. SCOTT, CHARLES W ..... Huntington, W. Va. Sigma Alpha Epsilon SCOTT, SAMUEL F., JR ..... Reiclsville, N. C. SCOTT, WILLIAM C., JR ..... Lewisburg, Tenn. Sigma Nu SEARS, PERRY W., Sigma Chi . . . Orlando, Fla. SECREST, ROBERT M., Kappa Alpha . Atlanta, Ca. SIEICH, JOSEPH R ........ Canton, Ohio SENKBEIL, MURRAY D ....... Doerun, Ga. SEWELL, GLOVER B., JR., Sigma Ch.i . Newnan, Ga. SHACKELFORD, BENJAMIN W., JR. . Meridian, Miss SHAKELFORD, ROBERT G ..... Hapeville, SHEEHAN, THOMAS J., Chi Phi . . Savannah SHEFFIELD, JAMES E., Kappa Alpha . Kingsland SI-IEEFIELD, ROY C. . . SHELL, RAWSON P., JR. .... . SHELTON, HORACE E., JR. . . SHELTON, LOYD C. . . SHIRLEY, JOHN M. . . SHOEMAKER, ROSS, JR. SHULTS, ROBERT D. . SIMMONS, CLAUD E. . Grove Hill, East Point . Atlanta, . . . Augusta, . Albany . . Cartersville, . Atlanta, . Atlanta 1 9 Class Of ' SMITH SIMMONS, JESSE T. . . SIMMONS, JOSEPH L. . SIMON, ALEXANDER A., JR. . . SPENCIZII, JAMES R., Phi Kappa Tau . . Milton. Fla. SPISRHY, RICHARD A., Kappa Sigma SPRINCER, DELBERT H ..... STACEY, XVESTON M., JR. . . . STANBIZRY, LESTER J.. JR. . . . STANLEY, BOLLING C., JR .... PP STANLEY, ROBERT E. .... . STARR, WILLIAM E. . . . . STEPHENSON, ROBERT L. . TERHUNE, VERNON B., Alpha Xi Delta . Atlanta,Ca. THARPE, EZRA J., JR. . . THIOPEN, AMBERCE M. . . THOMPSON, JOSEPH F. . . THOMPSON, RICHARD M. . THOMPSON, WESLEY W., JR. . . . . LaFayette, Ca. . . . . . Doravillc, Ca. . Delray Beach, Fla. Sigma Phi Epsilon 1 SIMS, ALERI-:D J., JR ........ Atlanta, Ca. SIMS, .lOl-I D .... . . Lakeland, Fla. N SISSON, DAVID K. . . Lindale,Ga. SLOISUDY, KlCNNl'1'l'I-I ...... Nc-w York, N. Y. Alpha Epsilon. Pi SMITI1, BILLY E, ........ Savannah,Ca. SMITI-I, Ct-LORILI-1 C., JR .... Daytona Beach, Fla. Sigma Phi Epsilon SMITLI, l'lAL M., JR., Sigma Chi . . liastman, Ga. SMl'l'l'I, JAMES li ........ Anniston, Ala. SMITH, KAYTON, JR., Phi Epsilon l'i . Savannah,Ca. SMITH, lll-ZONAIKD Ii., Della llpsilon. . Fitzgerald, Ca. SMITII, Dillffl-IAICI, R. ..... Almirante, Panama Pi Kappa Alpha SMI'I'l'I. NltIlflOI,AS L. ....... Palatka,Fla. SMITH TI-IOMAS I... JR. ..... liainlmriqlge, Ca. D Kappa Sigma WVILLIAM L.. .lit ...... Savannah, Ga. Lantbzla Chi fllpha SOHROW, MEI.x'IN W. ....... AtIanta,Ca. SOUTHIZRLAND, HAL L. ..... Memphis, Tenn. Pi Kappa Alpha SPI-:LL, DANIEL M., JI! ...... Brunswick, Ga. SPIENCH, HENRY L. ...... Crapeland,TexaS PlIi Sigma Kappa . Memphis, Tenn. . Round Lake, lll. Phi Kappa Tau . Columbus. Ca. Kappa Alpha . . . Calera, Ala. Tallahassee, Fla. Phi Ka a Tau, Ca. Ca. . Atlanta, Ga. . . Atlanta, . . Macon, STEVENS, ROBERT R., Delta Sigma Phi . Tampa, Fla. STEVENSON, GEORGE M. ..... Monticello, Ga. STEVES, HOWARD L. ..... Chattanooga,Tenn. STEWART, WILLIAM J., Pi Kappa Alpha . Decatur, Ga. STITH, HENRY H., JR., Sigma Na . . East Point, Ga. STOVER, FREDERICK W ....... Atlanta, Ga. STOVER, JACK D., Phi Kappa Tau . . Canton, Ohio STRUB, THOMAS J., Theta Chi .... Atlanta, Ga. SUGERMAN, BARRY F. ..... Miami Beach, Fla. Phi Epsilon Pi SULLIVAN, JAMES H., JR ....... Jesup,Ga. SUTTON, DAVID R., JR ...... Lake City, Fla. Pi Kappa Alpha SUTTON, JAMES D., Alpha Tau Omega . Atlanta, Ga. SWALLEY, FRANK E ...... Birmingham, Ala. SWANK, ROBERT R., JR., Theta Chi . . Decatur, Ga. SWANSOIN, DONALD K ....... Clayton, Ga. TABOR, CHARLES D., JR., Kappa Alpha . Cordele, Ga. TALBIRD, JOSEPH B ....... ThomaSton,Ga. TALENTINO, JAMES P., Theta Chi . Chevy Chase, Md. TATE, JAMES W ..... North Little Rock, Ark. TATUM, SAMUEL A., Delta Upsilon . Richmond, Va. TAYLOR, BILLY J. ........ Jeffe1'SOn,Ga. TEASLEY, HARRY E., JR., Sigma Chi . Orlando, Fla. TEN-EICK, CHARLES W., JR ..... Atlanta, Ga. TENPENNY, ALBERT G., Pi Kappa Alpha . Ayden, N. C. . . . Mt. Vernon, Ca. . . . . Rockledge, Ga. . . . . Marietta, Ga. . . . . . Decatur, Ca. . Chattanooga, Tenn. Pi Kappa Alpha UNIORS THOMPSON, WVILLIAM M., Sigma Nu. . Atlanta,Ga. THURMAN, HARRY' T., JR. Phi Kappa Si THURMOND, JOHN B. . . TINNEY, JAMES F., Kappa Alpha . TINSLEY, JON E.. . . . TIRSCHTIGEL, CEORC ll. . TOLAR, BURRL H. . TOLSON, THOMAS V. . . TONEY, PHILIP A. . . TOOMES, JUHAN . TORO, SANTIASO I. TRAINER, FREDERICK E. TRAMMELL, WILLIAM B. . TRANSEAU, LEON W. . . . . . SavannalI,Ca. gma . . Columbus, Ga. Greenville, S. C. Milton, Fla. . Berlin, Germany . . Madison, Fla. . . Bay Shore, N. Y. . . . Lake Mary, Fla. . Stockholm, Sweden Madellin, Columbia . . . Atlanta, Ga. . . . . . Atlanta, Ga. . . . . Riverside,N J. Delta Sigma Phi TRAVIS, KENNETH H. ....... Atlanta, Ga, TROUT, JAMES C., Sigma Chi . . . Tampa, Fla. TRULY, RICHARD H., Kappa Alpha . Meridian, Miss. TUCKER, BERNARD M. . . TURNER, LIERBERT R. . . . . . BroOklyn,N.Y. . . . . . MObile,Ala. Phi Gamma Delta TURNER, RAYMOND E ...... Swainsboro, Ga. Delta Sigma Phi TURNER, ROBERT D.,PhiDelta Theta . Lanett, Ala. UNDERWOOD, HERBEIIT L. VALDES, EDUARDO F. . . . . . . Atlanta, Ga. . . , Durango, Mexico VALENTINE, CHARLES M., JR .... Atlanta, Ga. Kappa Alpha VALERI, GUS ......... LaGrange, Ca. VAN LANDINCHAM, WILLIAM J. . . Jackson, Miss. Sigma Chi VANN, HOSEA R. ....... Thomasville, Ga. VEAL, MICHAEL B. . . . VELAZCO, RAFAEL F. , . . . Atlantic Beach, Fla. . . . . Habana,Cuba VINESS, JOSEPH D .... . Miami Springs, Fla. Alpha Epsilon Pi VOGAN, ARTHUR W. . . . . . . New Castle, Pa. Delta Tau Delta VROOMAN, PHILIP E., Pi Kappa Alpha . Atlanta, Ga. WADE, ROBERT L. ....... Macon, Ga. WALDEN, CHARLES W ....... Newnan, Ga. WALDRON, JOHN D., Kappa Sigma . Valdosta, Ga. WALKER, ADOLPHUS G., JR ..... Atlanta, CJ. WALKER, BAYLEY R., Delta Tau Delta . Atlanta, Ca. WALKER, JAMES R., Phi Sigma Kappa . Savannah, Ga. WALKER, NIALCOLM G., Beta Theta Pi . Atlanta, Ga. WALLER, DOUGLAS S. ..... Falls Church, Va. Phi Kappa Sigma FRANK D. . . WALLER, WALTERS, ROBERT T. . . WATERS, JOHN F. . . . Ga. . . . . . Atlanta, . . . . Hamburg,N.Y. . . . TakonIaPaI'k, Md. Phi Sigma Kappa WATKINS, JAMES F. . . WATKINS, WILLIAM G. . WATSON, THOMAS J. . WATTENBARGER, EDWIN T. . . . . . . . Columbus, Ga. . . . . . Midland, Ga. . . . . Bridgeton, N. J. . Cleveland, Tenn. Alpha Tazi Omega WEAVER, CARL F .... WEAVER, JAMES R. . . WEINBERGER, ALAN L. . WEINSTOCK, JOEL I. . . Woodbury, Ga. . . Lewisburg, Tenn. . Baltimore, Md. Jersey City, N. J. Alpha Epsilon Pi WELLS EDMOND R. ........ Atlanta Ga. WELLS: LOUIS T., JR., Phi Sigma Kappa . Atlanta: Ga. WELLS, WELLS, WILLIAM R. . . ROY A., Phi Kappa Tau . Yerington, Nevada . . . . . Atlanta,Ca. WELSHEIZ, DONALD R ...... New York, N. Y. Tau. Epsilon Phi WESCOTT, LYLE D., JR. . . . . . . Mia1ni,Fla. WHATLEY, ROY A ....... Vicksburg, Miss. WHEELER, WILLIAM J. . Pi Kappa Alpha . WHITNEY, JAMES M. . . Lake City, Fla. . . McMinnsville, Tenn. Class of ' Wlll'l"l'I-iw, .IICIIHY I.. . . Bartow, Fla Wt-tl't"rl.l-2. CI'lAIiI,IfIS ........ Macon, Ca XVICKS, IIUNALD C ....... Columbia, Tenn Lambda Chi Alpha XVIIJI-INICR, JACKSON K.. .In ..... Augusta, Ca Wltzrztclcs, AL'I'0N C.. Theta Xi . . . Taylors. S. C XVIMJIN. Cr'l.fxlt1.tf1s C. ...... Columbus, Ca Sfgnru x1lph11 lL'p.vilou. Wnzl-ITMAN, l'lAL, II, Bela Thela Pi . . Miami, Fla XVILIJICII, CAI!I.'I'UN S, ....... Atlanta, Ga XVt1.l.tMts. Hom-:lt't' F ...... Charlotte, N. C Sigma Phi Epsilon W1t.r.tMts. 'I'l-tomfxs li ...... Sykcsville, Md XVII.l.l.'UIS. WAt,'l'tctt D., Jn. . . Chattanooga. Tenn NVll.t.tMlrsoN. FRANK Ii.. .IIt. . . . I,ittIt- Rock, Ark W11.r.ls. XVILLIAM V., Phi Kappa Tau . Atlanta, Ca Wnsow. .lonm A., .llc ...... Covington, Ga Della Sigma Phi Wusow. NItr:t-mist. C. ..,... Decatur, Ga WIl.soN. WILLIAAI W ...... Nutallrise, Fla XVINN. ljtwm IS., Chi Phi .... Savannah, Ga Wtvrtzn. 'I'uonlAs I5 ...... Pocahontas, Miss Tau Kappa lfpsilon. Woo, IIonAlm . . . . Augusta, Ga Won, Rom-:RT K. I". . . . Augusta, Ga Worm, lim' L .......... Macon, Ga Wuomvwxnn, I'Jouf:t..txs L ...., Glenwood, Md Pi Kappa Alpha W'uot.x'l41:'roN, Rom-:lt'r IJ. . Ponte Vvclra Beach. Fla Womm.t.. .I -xox Ii.. Phi Kappa Tau . . Atlanta, Ca Wmtzt-rr. Gliillilil-I Ii.. Jn. . . . Savannah, Ga Wmc:H't'. .Itwlas D ....... Hogansville, Ga WYNN. Wooosow ID ........ Atlanta, Ca Yotfmz, Ilomitw C., Phi Kappa Tau . Decatur, Ga Yoltmz. Vl'1ttNoN C. ...... Champagne, Fla Z1-inzttfn. Ji-:nm C ........ Sylvania, Ga JUNIORS JIM SMYTHE AND JIM HARDEE FIND WORKING ON PUBLICATIONS A RESTFUL DIVERSION FROM THE EVERYDAY ROUTINE OF SCHOOL 'V ' II 4"'z7'Wa3JW:W W' Z .'-'SW I ' SQPHO DRE SITTING: OSCAR PERSONS, BILL RAMSBOTTOM ICI-IAIRMAN OF CLASS AFFAIRSI, BILL HARALSON. STANDING: RICHARD JACOB BOB MCCAMY AND BUDDY WOOD'S. ABBOTT, GERALD E., JR. ...... Decatur, Ga. .fllplza Tau Omega ABERCROMBIE, WlI.I.IfkAI F.. JR. . . . East Point, Ga. Delta Tau Delta ADAMS, JERRY COANUR ...... Elberton. Ga. AGUAYO, GUILLERMO A ...... Havana. Cuba Pi Kappa Plii AOUILAR, EDUARIIO A. . . . Santa Ana. El Salvador AKINS, EDWIN P ..... .... R egister,Ca. ALFORD, KENNETH W.. Theta Chi . Dyersburg.Tenn. ALHOUSE, ROBERT D. ...... Brooklyn. N. Y. ALLEN, AUGUSTUS T.. JR. ..... Chester, S. C. Sigma Alpha Epsilon ALLEN, NIARION H., JR. ..... East Point.Ga. ALLEN, RONALD J .... . . Anniston.Ala. ALLEN, ROYCE L. . . . Atlanta,Ga. ALPER, CAREY B.,PlziEp.silo11Pi . . Jackson,Tenn. ALRUTZ, LOUIS J ....... Mooresville, N. C. ,Della Tau Delta ALSTON, NLARVIN W. ...... Sands-1'sviIle,Ca. Della Tau Delta ALSTON, ROBERT L ........ Preston, Ga. ALTIIIAN, JAMES E. ......... Gray, Ga. AMBROSE, WILLIAM CLARKE . . Winter Haven, Fla. Tlzeta Xi AMMAN, ROBERT J. ...... Beloit, Wisconsin AMMONS, RICHARD B ....... Marion, S. C. Phi Sigma Kappa ANDERSON, ANDREW W. .... Minneapolis, Minn. ANDERSON, CHARLES F ....... Macon, Ga. ANDERSON, C. NEWELL, JR ..... Marietta, Ga. ANDERSON, DAVID M., Sigma Chi . . Waycross, Ga. ANDERSON, JOHN L., JR. . . Milledgeville, Ga. ANDERSON, JOHN W. . . . Twin City, Ga. ANTHONY, FRED D., JR. . . Shellman, Ga. ARGO, JOHN T., JR. ....... Americus, Ga. ARNOLD, JOHN B., JR ...... Bea1'cIstOwn,Ill. Plzi Kappa Tau ARTHUR, STEPHEN G ....... Crandall, Ga. .. -.-I t F C ass Of 60 I ATKINSON, lYlAURKli L., JR. .... Kingsland, Ga. AUSTIN, THOMAS E. ....... Sa1'aSOta,Fla. I AIITREY. DUNCAN R.. JR. ...... Atlanta,Ca. Sigma fllplta Epsilon I , Avt-LDIKIAN, NISHAN, Chi Phi .... Norfolk. Va. Avt-:RRtIc:H, JEROME A ...... Nashvillt-,'l't'nn. Alpha Epsilon Pi l BACI-IE, GEORGE B., Chi Psi .... Atlanta, Ga. l BAILEY, ROLAND C.. Bela Theta Pi . 'l'allzIl1ooSa. Ca. BAKICII., CAt.x'IN C. ........ Atlanta, Ga. BAKER, DON W.. Sigma Nu .... Atlanta, Ga. l3AKtitt, ,IARIES l... Phi Gantnta Della . Wlatloon, Ill. BAKER, JAMES T ........ Columbia, Ky. BAKER, l.liWIS R., Jtt., Phi Kappa Tau. . Atlanta, Ca. BAKER, RONALD l-l. . . . AtlaIIta,Ga. , BALES, BAKICR, THOMAS L. . . DALY R.. JR. . I BAMI-'ORn. CHARLES R. . l I BAIKBEIK, PAUL T., Kappa BARGICRON, ROMIE W. . BARKER, l'lAItRlS C. . . BARNES, FRANK C. . . BARNI-IILL. CHARLES C.. BARON, DONALD A. . . BARRETT, ROBIERT W. . xllpha tit Tan Kappa Epsilon . Fl0l'l'l1L'l", Ala. Coolitlgt-, Ariz. Bt-lk Clatlt-, Fla. Baton Rouge. La. . . Sarr,liS.Ua. . The Rock, Ga. . . Atlanta, Ca. Cainosvillo, Ca. Palm Bvacli. Fla. Atlanta, Ca. BARROW, Avll.I.lFI ....... Waycross, Ca. l BASKERvILI.E, RALPH J.. JR .... Droxol Hill, Pa. Lambda Chi .fllpha BASTIDA, JLILES R ....... C21l1l21glll'y,CLlll21 BATCH, JAMES B., Tll0lLZ Chi . . Oak Rirlge,Tonu. BATES, WILLIANI F.. JR. . .... NaSl1ville.'l'enn. Delta Tau Delta BATTEN, CHARLES H ....... Orlando. Fla. BAUCHMAN, SHERMAN C. .... Calvin,West Va. 3 BAZEMORE, EDWARD F. . . .... Atlanta, Ca. Q BAZEMORI-I, JOSEPH N. ....... Atlanta, Ga. I BEALL, WILLIAM N. ..... Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. BEARD, JAMES lll, Kappa Alpha . Newnan, BEARDEN. FRED E., lll, Phi Kappa Tau . Miami. Fla. Ca. BEASLEY, THOMAS W. ....... Macon, Ga. BECKER, JAMES F., JR. . . . Fayetteville,Tenn. BECKHAM, JESSE T., JR. . . . . . Jackson, Ga. l., BECKNELL, WVILLIAM S. ..... Thomaston, Ga. BECKWITI-I, JOHN F. ...... Melbourne, Fla. BEISNER, ROBERT W., Theta Chi . . Lynbrook,N.Y. BELL, JAMES R. ...... . . Miami, Fla. BELLINQROTH, ALBERT F., III . Avondale Estates, Ga. BENNETT, JOE W., JR. ..... Washington, Ga. BENNETT, JOHN F., JR. ...... AuguSta,Ga. BENNETT, LOUIS G. ....... Chamblee, Ga. BENSON, CARL F., Phi Gamma Delta . Baldwin, N. Y. BERGER, CHARLES F. .... West Hollywood,Fla. BERGERT, JAMES W., Sigma Chi . . . Orlando, Fla. BERLIN, ARNOLD, Alpha Epsilon Pi, Washington, D. BERNSTEIN, IRA C., Alpha Epsilon Pi, Brooklyn, N. Y. BERRY, JERRY L ......... Moultrie, Ga. BLACK, THOMAS G. ........ Atlanta,Ga. BLACKSTONE, JAMES O., JR. . . Augusta,Ga. BLAIR, RONALD T. . . . . Marietta, Ga. BLAND, ROBERT F., ll . . . . Atlanta, Ga. BLANKENSHIP, SAMMY D. .... Mt. Vernon, Ind. BLEAKLEY, CHARLES C ....... Atlanta, Ga. Lambda Chi Alpha BLISS, RALPH W., Lambda ChiAlpha . Atlanta, Ga. BLOUNT, WYILLIAM F ....... Columbus, Ga. OPHO DRE BOHANNON, DONALD L. ..... Covington, BOHANNON, ROBERT R .... Ft. Lauderdale, BOIARSKY, HOWVARD R. .... Charleston, W. BOLTON, .JOHN L., JR. ..... Waynesboro, BRYANT, JVJAURICE, Theta Chi . . Birmingham, Ala. BRYANT, PAUL E., JR. BUCARAM, JORGE E. . BULLARD, CLYDE A., JR. BULLARD, JAMES H. . BULLARD, JOHN M., JR. BUNN, WILLIAM B., JR. BURCH, WILLIAM A., Ill . . . BLYTHI-I, RALPH A., JR .... Alexander City, Ala. Sigma Nu BORBITT, HERMAN R.. JR ..... Columbus, Ohio Della TGIL Delta Ga. Fla. Sigma Na Va. Phi Epsilon Pi Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. BOLTON, ROBERT G. ...... Waynesboro, BOMAR, WILLIAM J., Beta Them Pi . . Atlanta, BONDS, BARBARA G. ....... Jonesboro, BORNI-IAUSER, ERIC M., Kappa Sigma, Houston, Texas BOWDEN, RALPH T., JR ........ J esup, Ga. BOWEN, CHARLES M .... . . Metter, Ga. BOWEN, WILLIAM S., JR. ..... Blacksl1ear,Ca. Delta Tau ,Delta BOWERS, EDGAR R ....... Harriman, Tenn. BOWMAN, JAMES H. ...... Memphis, Tenn. BOWMAN, RONALD M ....... Butler, Penn. BOWMAN, WALTER O., Ill, Theta Xi . Smyrna, Ga. BOYD, WYMAN P ........ Martinez, Ga BRADLEY, BONNIE A., Sigma Chi . . Orlando, Fla. BRADY, JOHN A., .JR ..... Golden Meadow, La BRAISTED, FRANK A ...... Hopatcong, N. J Phi Kappa Sigma BRANAN, WILLIAM B., JR. ..... Atlanta, Ga Phi Gamma Della BRANDENBURC, KENNETH E. . . . Fair Haven, N.J Sigma Na BRANTLI2Y,JARREL C. . . . . . Wrightsville,Ga BRANTLEY, JOSEPH E., Sigma1Vu . Columbia, S. C BRANTLEY, ZACHRY G ....... Atlanta, Ga BRAVERMAN, NEIL K., Alpha Epsilon Pi, Newton, Mass BREWER, EDWIN B. . . . Lago Colony, Aruba.N. A BREWER, JOHN EDWIN ...... East Point, Ga BRIGKLEY, LON C., Kappa Sigma, St. Petersburg, Fla BRIM, DONALD B., Chi Phi .... Scarsdale, N. Y BROACI-I, WILLIAM B., JR. ...... Rome, Ga BRODY, MICHAEL L., Alpha Epsilon Pi, Brooklyn, N. Y BRONNUM, DWIGHT B. ....... Atlanta. Ga BROOKS, DANIEL C. . . . Forsyth, Ga. BROOKS, GLENN E., JR. . . Atlanta,Ca. BROWN BRADFORD S., Sigma Chi, Daytona Beach. Fla. BROWN, CHARLES W., JR ..... Charlotte,N. C. Kappa Alpha BROWN, DAVID R ......... Atlanta, Ca. BROWN, FREDERICK K., JR ..... Savannah, Ga. BROWN, GRIER WELDON, JR. ..... Wrens, Ga. Alpha Tau Omega BROWN, MERLYN B ..... Warner Robins, Ca. BROWN, NEIL NORBIEIRT . . . . Charlotte, N. C. BROWN, OLIVER L. ....... Ellenwood, Ga. BROWN, RAYMOND S ....... Atlanta, Ca. Tau Kappa Epsilon BROWN, WELBOIIN L., JR. .... Cartersville, Ga. Della Sigma Phi BROWN, WILLIAM NICHOLAS . . . Stateboro, Ga. Alpha Tau, Omega BRUCE, WALLACE B., JR ...... Toccoa, Ga. Bela Theta Pi BRYAN, FRANCIS S., JR. .... Union Point, Ga. Alpha Tau Omega . . . . . . Atlanta, Ga. . . Cuayaquil, Ecuador . . . . Rockmart, Ga. . . Chickanrauga, Ga. . . . . . Sylvester. Ga. . . . Lookout Mt., Tenn. Phi Epsilon, . Greenville, S. C. Sigma Sigma Nu BURCKARD, JAMES P., Theta Chi, Asbury Park, N. J. BUREL, TRAVIS G., JR ....... Atlanta, Ga. BURNHAM, KENNETH B., JR .... Woodbine, Ga. Class Of 60 llttttntfss. .lt-:Rte A.. Hignta Chi .... Atlanta. Ca Bust-1. XVILLIAIXI C ....... Lakeland, .Fla Tau, Kappa Epsilon l'llIS'I'I.I-I. ISIUAN ll., Bela Theta Pi , l3I'aflvrItOII, Fla l3Il'l'Ll-IR. ll0Bl'1It'l' li ....... Pulaski, Tenn l1llTX'l'0N, ALDUN l. ..... Sl. Pt'll'l'SlJLtl'g, Fla Kappa Sigma llYliIl, ,IOIIN ll.. .lu ....... Colttinlnia CAt.r:O't"I', Ctcotuzt-1 lit-:tD, JR. . Daytona Beach, Della Tau Della 1 ,S.C Fla. CAI.tlWlCI.I.. QUANA li ...... Carrollton, Ca. CAt.Dwt-:Lt., llUlllill'l' W.. Kappa Alpha . NI-wnan, Ca. CALYI-JRT. WII.I.1.-iM R.. Chi PIII' . Forest Park, Ca. f,lARlMARA'l'A, JOSI-1l'll ....... Tampa, Fla. CAMP, JOIIN S.. JR .... North Cltarlt-Alon, S. C. CAM1'tIt-:I.L, Row.-xN C.. JR. ..... Douglas, Ca. livin Thrla Pi C.-XRLSIAIN, .'xI.l-'Rl-ill NI., Ill ....., A Xlhany Ca. C.-XIILTON, JOHN P .... St. Simons lslantl, Ca. Sigma N11 CARMICHAICI.. .lot-IN C.. JR. ..... Atlanta, Ca. CARRENTEI1. HIRANI D .... . . Atlanta. Ca. CARSON, lltllilllltl' ll. . . . C'rt-vnvillt-, C. CAtzswI':I.I.. CARTI-ZR. Bl LINDA l... . llfilltll II.. .ln Clcnnvillc, Ca. LaGrange. Ca. CARTER. All-IRWIN lf. . . . . Valdosta. Ca. C.tR'rt:R, 'l'I-IOxIAs I.. . . . Chattanooga. TL-nn. C,-xR't'ER. WILTIOTH F. .l. . .... I Xtlanta. Ca. CARYlil!. I..-WAR R. . . . . Atlanta, Ca. CASTORNIA. SAIARXIIIJII A.. Tlwla Clif. Pensacola. lfla. CIPIACOY. TERRY .... Bogota. Colombia, S. A. CH.-xt-'IfIN. l'l-XROLD ......... A Xtlanta. Ca. CHAxIRERS. JOE L. ....... Carrollton Ca. Cl-IAMBLIQSS, litmuttttt L ..... Vero Beach. Fla. Dalia Sigma Phi CHANCE, VIQRNON B., JR ..... Shrevt-port La. Bala 'l'lIz'Ir1 Pi CHANIJLHI, .l0SI'll'II L ........ I Xtlanta, Ga. Della Tllll Dalia CHANSLOR, DONALD R ...... Crossett, Ark. CHAPMAN, DAVID IZ ..... Stom- Mountain Ga. CHAPMAN, JIMMY P. . ...., A tlanta Ca. CHAPPI-:LL, JOHN ll. . . . White Plains, Ky. CHAPPELL, ROBERT L. . . . Atlanta, Ga. CHASTAIN, CHARLES M. ...... Atlanta Ga. CHASTAIN, JOHN R.. Kappa Alpha, Ochlochnee, Ga. CHESHIRE, ROBERT E., lll, Chi Phi . Moultrie, Ga. CHRIST, JERRY G ......... Tampa, Fla. CHRISTENSEN, RONALD L .... Bremerton, Wash. Phi Kappa Tau CLACKUM, ROY F. ...... . Oxford, Ala. CLARK, COY W ........ Graceville, Fla. CLARK, LAWRENCE N., JR. . Jacksonville Beach, Fla. CLARK, RICHARD A ..... Fishers Island, N. Y. CLARK, ROBERT J., JR., Sigma Chi . . Tampa, Fla. CLARK, WILLIAM R ........ Atlanta, Ga. CLARKE, HARl'EY B., Sigma Na . CLARKSON, JOHN D., Beta Theta Pi, CLARY, BOBBY G. . . CLIFFORD, JOHN C., Ill ..... CLONINGER, WILLIAM C., JR .... Phi Kappa Tau . Perry, Ga. Florence, S. C. . . Arabi, Ga. . Atlanta, Ca. . Atlanta, Ga. CODR, THOMAS B. ........ Atlanta, Ga. CODY, HARRY F., J ..... Balboa, Canal Zone COHEN, NED BALFOUR ...... Atlanta COHN, JERALD, Alpha Epsilon Pi . Columbus COLEHOUR, SAMUEL J ...... Pensacola, COLEMAN, RICHARD H ..... '. Savannah COLLINS, GUY M., Kappa Alpha . . Dawson, COLQUITT, LYNN D., Alpha Tau. Omega . Albany, 1 9 s Ga. Ca. Fla. Ga. Ga. Ga. SOPHOMORE CONE, BRUCE E. . . Marietta, Ga. CONE, FRED L., JR. . . Atlanta, Ga- CONNER, WALKER T .... . Tilton, Ga. COOK, F. LEE ..... . . . Tampa, Fla. COOK, JAMES A., JR., Chi Phi . . . Augusta, Ga. COOKE, WILLIAM R ...... Vicksburg, Miss. Phi Sigma Kappa COOLEY, JOE H ...... . . Atlanta, Ga. COOPER, CARL M., Theta Chi . . Birmingham, Ala. CORNETT, DONALD J ........ Macon, Ga. COTTRELL, LESTER S., JR. . . Daytona Beach, Fla. CRAFT, THOMAS D. ....... Anniston, Ala. CRAIG, FREDRICK B., Sigma Chi, Charleston, W. Va. CRAIG, HAROLD F. ..... West Memphis, Ark. CRAIG, JOHN D., Theta Chi . . . Chamblee, Ga. CRAVEN, KENNY L. ........ Baxley, Ga. CRAIG, KIM, Alpha Xi Delta .... Atlanta, Ga. CRAWFORD, DAVID W ...... Charleston, S. C. CREASY, ROBERT .... . . Brooklet, Ga. Va. CREMEANS, CLIFF A., Sigma Chi . Midkiff, W. CRENSHAW, JOHN P. ....... Atlanta, Delta Sigma Phi CROTWELL, WILLIANI V ...... Leesburg, CROUCII, ROBERT O., III ...... Grillin, CROW, DAVID C ......... Atlanta, CROWDINC, RONALD S., Sigma Chi . . Decatur, Ga. Ga. Ga. Ca. Ga. CROWE, CARLOS E. .... Guatemala, Guatemala CRUDUP, JAMES J., Kappa Alpha . . . Rome, CUCCHIARA, PETER F ...... Hammond, CUNNINGI-IAM, DONALD D., Chi Phi . Lavonia, CUNNINGI-IAM, JOI-IN M. ..... East Point, CUNNINGHAM, WILSON K. ..... Marietta, Ga. La. Ga. Ca. Ca. DAI-ILKE, CALVIN W ....... Cullman, Ala. Lambda Chi Alpha DALLAS, CONSTANTINE H. .... Charlotte, N. C. DALY, PAUL M., Phi Sigma Kappa . New York, N. Y. DANEORTH, HARRY P., JR ...... Miami, Fla. Phi Sigma Kappa DANIEL, BRADY R ........ Decatur, Ga. DANIEL, DAVID T., Kappa Sigma . . . Cocoa, Fla. DANIELS, BARBARA ...... Swainsboro, Ga. DANIELS, RAYMOND E., JR. . . West Memphis, Ark. DASCANIO, JOHN L. ...... Paulsboro, N. J. Phi Sigma Kappa DASIIER, DONOVAN F., Theta Chi . . Valdosta, Ga. DAVENPORT, lV.lILES H ...... Brentwood, Mo. Phi Kappa Sigma DAVIDSON, GEORGE D., Theta Xi . . Moultrie, Ga. DAVIES, MALCOLNI D ........ Griffin, Ga. DAVIS, CARL G., .Delta Sigma Phi . St. Louis, Mo. DAVIS, HERBERT A., Theta Chi . . New York, N. Y. DAVIS, LAWSON C. ........ Atlanta, Ga. DAVIS, MANNINC G., Delta Sigma Phi . Tifton, Ga. DAVIS, THOMAS E ....... Pikesville, Tenn. DEAL, BAXTER O., J DEHAYE, JOHN J. . DEL MONTE, GEORGE DEMEL, MOISES, Taa DEMOS, ANDREW H. DENNY, CLIFFORD M. Lake Providence, La. . . . Atlanta, Ga. . . . Decatur, Ga. Epsilon Phi . . Havana, Cuba . Charleston, S. C. . . Midlothian, Va. Phi Kappa Sigma DEWEES, JOHN E., Sigma Chi , Pocahontas, Miss. DE WOLEE, DAVID F., Phi Sigma Kappa, Miami, Fla. DIGKSON, BONNEAU H., JR., Sigma Chi, Atlanta, Ga. DILL, EARNEST W ....... East Point, Ga. DINKINS, ROBERT F. ........ Cairo, Ga. DITTMAN, WILLIAM J. ..... Duke Center, Pa. Pi Kappa Phi Class Of 60 DODSON, Ronan-:II W., Chi Phi . Chattanooga, Tenn. DOGGE'l'T, JAMES R ....... Covington, Ga. DOI.I.AR, TI-IOMAS R., .lR. . . . Atlanta, Ca. DONNIGAN, ALAN E ...... Fayetteville, Ga. DORMAN, LEROY M. ...... Asheville, N. C. Tau Kappa Epsilon DORR, GEORCI-1 C., Chi Psi .... Iacksonville, Fla. DUUCI-ll-IlI'l'Y. WVILLIAM .l ...... Canton, Ohio Phi Kappa Tau. DOUtpI.AS, R0lil::li'l' D. ...... Brunswick. Ga. DRHNNON, DoN,tI.n C. . . . Army Cltem. Cen., MII. DRI-zw, .JOHN M .....,... Augusta, Ca. IJRYDEN. .'Al.l.lf2N N.. .lR.. Sigma Chi, Kingsport, TI-nn. DIII-'I:NY. MAX L.. JR.. Tau Kappa Epsilon., Tarnpa. Fla. DUNCAN. .JAMES M. ........ Eustis. Fla. DIINIMN, Rom-:RT B .... West Alexantlria. Ohio Phi Sigma Kappa DUPONT. KI-:NNETII li. ..... Morgan City. La. DVRAND, GERALD C ......... I Xtlanta, Ca. Dllltlll-I'I"I'. 'l'HoMAs J.. lll . , Atlanta, Ca, IJYAR, THOMAS R .... . Decatur, Ca. DI RSTRA. XVILLIAM F.. Pi Kappa ,I-llpha. Sayvillc-. N. Y. IQASON. EARNI-:ST C ...... Illoomingclale. Ca. ICIIMONIISON. ZACK F .......i I Atlanta. Ca. linwixnns, IBIQNJAMIN D. ....... 1 Atlanta. Ca. Tau Kappa lfpsilan lftntuxttlis. H.-XRRY C ...... Bl0Oll1lI'lflfl3ll'. Ca. EDWARDS, RoN,xI.n L.. Thr-la Chi . . Rutland, Vt. EIDSON, XVILLIAM W.. JR ..... Dunwoody. Ca. Della Sigma Phi EISINIQER. JERRY ll.. Phi Kappa Sigma. Savannah. Ca. EI.nt:Rn. RAYMOND K.. JR. . . W. Palm Beach. Fla. Phi Gamma .Della ELLINGTON, WILLIAM L ....... Macon. Ga. ELLIOTT. CHARLES S.. Hera Thcfa Pi, Valparaiso. Fla. ELLIOTT. ROBERT R., Sigma Na . . Valparaiso, Fla. ELWARD, EDWARD D. . . Memphis. Tenn. EMERY, JOHN M. . .... Macon, Ga. EMORY, JOE B. ........ East Point, Ca. ENSLEY, RUEUS N ..... Lake Junaluska, N. C. EPPINCIER, EIJWARII A.. Phi D'l1a Thfza, Zehulon, Ca. EPPS, HON!-LR J.. Sigma Phi Epsilon. . Augusta, Ga. Evtrs, WILLIAM B., JR ....... Athens, Ga. Lambda Chi Alpha ESMOND, JOEL B.. Alpha Epsilon Pi, lirooklyrl. N. Y. ETHEREIJCE, OTIS K., .IR ...... Gordon, Ca. EVANS, HAROLD C ......... Dalton, Ga. EVERETT, SAMUEL R. . . Decatur, Ga. EZELL, THOMAS H. . . . Macon, Ga. FALKNER, CLAY E. . . . . Bessemer, Ala. FARISI-I, JAMES F. . . N. Charleston, S. C. FARLOW, ROBERT F. ........ Atlanta, Ga. FARMER, BERNICE R ....... Wilson, N. C. FARRAHAR, LAWRENCE, Delta Tau Delta, Sarasota, Fla. FARROW, THOMAS H., JR ...... Augusta, Ga. FAUCETT, HENRY L. ....... Marietta, Ga. FEACIN, LEROY H., JR. ..... Asheville, N. C. Phi Gamma Delta FELTS, WILLIAM D ........ Smyrna, Ga. FERNANDEZ, JULIO F ..... Maracay, Venezuela FIELD, STEVEN E. ...... Columbus, Ga. Tau. Kappa Epsilon FIELDS, JOYCE F. ........ Valdosta, Ga. FILMER, CHARLES H .... . Atlanta, Ga. FINIILEY, FLETCHER P., JR. . . . . Rome, Ga. FINLEY, WILLIAM ....... East Point, Ga. FLADGER, BENJAMIN B., JR. ..... Decatur, Ga. FLEETWOOD, ROBERT W., Lelzta Sigma Phi, Atlanta, Ga. FLEMING, WILLIAM J., JR ...... Camilla, Ga. Alpha Tau Omega OPHO ORE FLENIKEN, JOSEPH G., JR ...... Atlanta, Ga. FLETCHER, BENNIE D ....... Jackson, Ga. FLOYD, FRENKLIN W., JR. . . . Chattanooga, Tenn. FLOYD, PHILIP S ......... Jasper, Ga. FLYNN, DONALD E ...... Schenectady, N. Y. Sigma FOREMAN, FORWARD, FREEMAN, FRIEDMAN, Alpha Phi Epsilon ALLING C. ...... Sarasota, Fla. ROY C., JR., Delia Tau Delta, Atlanta, Ga. JOHN R., Sigma Nu . . Columbia, S. C. DAVID ...... Rockaway, N. Y. Epsilon Pi FRIEDMAN, EDWARD H., Phi Epsilon Pi, Danville, Ky. FRISTOE, KENNETH M ....... Atlanta, Ga. FRITZ, MAURICE E. ........ Beloit, Wis. FROST, ROCER T ....... Westfield, Maine FULCHER, JAMES E., Sigma Phi Epsilon , Cocoa, FULLER, ROBERT, Alpha FUQUA, QUENTIS G. . FURNISS, HENRY D., JR. CABLE, RAYMOND L CABLE, RONALD S. . . Tau Omega . . Rome . . . . Hopkinsville? . . . . . . Atlanta Silver Sprin . ..... g, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . . Douglasville 7 GALLION, GEORGE A., Phi Kappa Sigma, Ashland, GALLMAN, HAROLD F., Phi Kappa Tau, Hapeville, GAMBLE, CLAUDE D., JR. . . . . . . Atlanta, GANN, ALvIN G ......... Rossville GARCIA, CHARLES W ....... Mexico, Alpha GATHRIGHT, JACK G. . GEHRING, DONALD D., T GIANFRESCO, PAUL J. . GIANNATTASIO, PAUL J. GICCINS, CHARLES S., JR. . . GIL, LAUREANO F. . . GILLAM, KENNETH J. . Alpha CILLESPIE, CARI. W., JR. GINN, EDWARD B. . . GINOCCHIO, PETER L. . Tau Omega Fla. Ga. Ky. Ca. Md. Ga. Ky. Ga. Ga. Ga. Mo. . . . . . Nitro, W. Va. heta Chi, Asbury Park, N. J. . . . . . . Macon, Ga. . . . . . . Macon, Ga. . St. Petersburg, Fla. . . . Habana, Cuba . . . . Charleston, S. C. Tau Omega . . . . . Abbeville, . . . . . . Atlanta . . . Daytona Beach: GISSING, PETER W.. Delta Tau. Delta . Decatur, GLENN, CHARLES GILMER ..... Decatur GLOVER, EDMUND C. . . . . . West Point Ca. Ga. Fla. Ga. Ca. , Ca. GOFORTH, BOBBY W ....... Gaffney, S. C. COLDBERG, STANLEY S., Alpha Epsilon Pi, Atlanta, Ga. GOMEZ, PEDRO P ...... Bagota, Colombia Tau. Kappa Epsilon. GOODSON, JOSEPH W., Phi Delta Theta, Columbus, Ga. GOOGER, NIARCUS D., Ill ..... Decatur GORBANDT, CHARLES K., ,Delra Upsilon, Atlanta CORE, NEIL R., Delta Sigma Phi . . Atlanta GORRELL, BROWNINC H., Alpha GOTHARD, DAVID 0. . JR. . . . Russellvillei Tau Omega a 1 Ga. Ga. Ca. Ky. . . . . . . Ona,W.Va. GRABUSKI, JOSEPH E ...... Frackville, Penn. Phi Sigma Kappa GRACE, WILLIAM A., JR., Theta Xi . Baltimore, Md. GRAESSER, ELMER C., JR .... Wilmington, Del. Lambda Chi Alpha GRAHAM, EDWARD W., JR ..., , GRANADOS FRANCISCO , J. GRAVES, WILLIAM M., Sig GRAY, FRANCIS A. . . GRAYSON, EDWARD P. . GRAYSON, STEPHEN R. . GREEN, HOWARD C. . Al ha . Millen, Ca. . . . . . Habana, Cuba ma Chi . . Atlanta, Ga. . . . . . Accaret, N. Y. . . . . . Savannah, Ca. . . . New York, N. Y. . . . . New Orleans, La. GREEN, JAMES C ...... Johnson City, Tenn. Tau Ome a 'P 3 GREEN, LOWELL S ..... Ormancl Beach, Fla. Phi Sigma Kappa GREENLEE, DAVID A. ...... Kettering, Ohio Ph.i Sigma Kappa GRECC, RONALD D., Sigma Nu . . . Decatur, Ga. Class Of 960 CRESHAII-I, l'lAIlOLD E. . . . . . Homo, Ga, GRISSHAN, l'll3llBl-IIVI' R. . . Milstoacl. Ca. GRESIIAM, JAMES 'I'. . . . Grilhn, Ca. Gllllill, RORI-:RT N., JR. . . . Gull torl FII Q I , I. frllIMl5'l"l', SNIEAD H ........ Stamps, Ark. GRIST, AI..PI'IliUS C.. JR. .... Chattanooga, Tc-nn. Pi Kappa .fllplza C,RtIIm, lLllWAIlD IJ .... . . . Vidalia, Ca. CRUD:-:R, RAYMOND M.. .IR ...... llZll'll'll. Ca. CIIIVIRRA. HAFM-Il. A .... Clllll'Llll2lVl.'. VCll1'Zlll'lZl Gul-:S'I', ROD:-:RT I... JR. ..... Alldlllllllli. 'l't-nn. l'i Kappa .fllplm CIII,I.I-.Ir. Ili-.NJAR-IIN IJ., Ill . . . liradonlon, Fla. GIINII-:NIc:K, S'I'I-ZYIC J. ..... Crt-al Nt-ck. N. Y. Tau lfpsilori l'lIi GURNHY, ISAAG M. ...... Ilalon llougv. I.u. Lamlnla Clif ,-llplia CUTI-lllll-I, Cu.xRI.I-:S li. ...... Pim-villt-. Ky. Slglllfi .fllplm lLllISI'lUll CUTl'lllll-I, LUGIAN G.. JR ..... Cliarlolli-. N. C. Dalia Tan llalla Gli'l'IlCllllI'1Z. CIlS'I'AXO . . . 'Vriiiitlafl-Iiolovia. S. A. 1 GWAIJTNEY, XYII.I.IAnI ll ,..... Dt-I-ultir, Ga. Sigma .fllplza lfpxilnn l'IA.-xnxx. l'lAIIx'Ex' O.. Slltlllllll Cla' . Wiiilt-r Park. Fla. l'lAA5. STl':x1-:N l.. ...... Xliami lit-atrli. Fla. nllplia lfpsilnn l'i l-l.-TDEER. J05lil'l'l W ...... l,ll5l'Llf.Z0lllLl, Nliss. l'l1i Kappa Tau HAGERTY. lllilllllilil' S.. ll . . . llattit-shura. Bliss. l'IAI.I,, I-IENRI' ll ...... Flour- Nlountain. Ca. l'lAl.l.. .limi-is J.. JR. . .... -Xlliany. Ga. HAI.I.. .JANIIAIS ll. ..... . Rot-k Hill. S. C. I'lAl.I.Oc:K. DAVID ll.. lfvla Tliwln l'1'. lIllIllSVllll'. Ala. l'lAI.l'liliN. CII.BIill'l' N.. Phi Efzvilan Pi. NlI'nlpl1iS.'l't'nn. l'lAXlBl.I-ZX, Rom-:RT .IX ..... Ilia Slont- Cap, Va. l'lI1' Kappa .-llplia I-I.-xxinr, FRANKLIN H ........ N loullrio. Ca. H.-KNIl.lili. EDWAIEIJ li.. ,fllplia Tau Umrfga . Homo. Ca. ll,-XNCUCK, HERMAN N ....... It-llc-rson, Ga. HANNA, JAMES L .......... -Xtlanla. Ca. l'l.-XRALSON, XVILLIANI I- ..... Franklin. Tenn. Delia Tau Della HARDEN, DELTON H.. JR., Della Ilpsilon. Camilla. Ca. QHARDY, JOHN B.. .TR ........ Macon, Ga. HARDY, LUTHER C ......... A Xtlanta. Ga. HJXRDY, RICHARD H ....... Valdosta. Ga. Sigma .11 l plia Epsilon HARDION, CHARLES A.. JR. . . . Hattiesburg. Miss. HARBION, L. KENNETH, JR. . . Martinsburg, W. Va. Alpha Tau Omega HARPER, JOHN H ........ Florence, .Ala. Sigma Alpha Epsilon HARRIS, MAX H. ........ Nashville, Ca. HARRISON, EUGENE T., lll .... Columbus. Ga. HART, HARRY L ...... Stewartstown, Penn. HART, JAMES W ..... Rockville Centre, N. Y. Phi Gamma Delta HART, .JOHN F., Tau Kappa Epsilon . Atlanta. Ca. HART, ROBERT C., JR. ..... Aliquippa, Penn. HARTWIG, DONALD E. ...... Atlanta, Ga. Tan Kappa Epsilon HASTINGS, GEORGE D.. JR ..... Phoenix, Ariz. Alpha Tau Omega HAUGHT, WALTER D ..... Huntington, W. Va. ,Delta Tall Delta HAWKS, JAMES M., JR ..... Forrest Park, Ark. Lambrla Chi Alpha HAWTHORNE, HARRY E.. JR .... Alexandria, La. Pi Kappa Alpha HAYMAN, WILBUR Z.. UT .... Thomasville, Ga. Pi Kappa Phi HEARD, RALPH L., JR. . . Lookout Mountain, Tenn. Theta Chi HEARN, ROBERT W., JR ....... Macon, Ga. ' Sigma Alpha Epsilon HECK, RICHARD R., Delta Tan Delta, Springfield, Ohio i HELLHAKE, GEORGE P ....... Atlanta, Ga. . HELLY, LOUIS W.. JR ...... Paltimore, Md. HELMS, CHARLES C., Sigma Na . . Fast Point, Ga. J HELMS, JOHN L ........ Columbus, Ga. I HELTON, JAMES R ........ Elherton. Ga. HEMRHILL, JESSE C.. JR .... Chattanooga, Tenn. Pi Kappa Alpha OPHOMORE . . Huntington, W. Epsilon HENDERSHOT, FREDERICK A- Sigma Phi HENON, PAUL J., JR. . HERBERT, CHARLES J. . Beta Theta Pi Theta Chi Sigma Alplza Epsilon HILLM'AN, GARY ...... Miami Beach, Phi Epsilon Pi Delta Taa Delta HODCES, EDWARD G., JR ...... Dothan Delta Tau Delta HODCES, HAROLD W., Chi Phi . . . Tennille HOEECES, ROBERT P ...... . Baltimore Lambda Chi Alpha Phi Kappa Sigma HOPKINS, HARVARD V., JR., Chi Phi . Decatur HORNIBERO, ROBERT H ..... Cleveland Phi Gamma Delta HUCHES, DAVID H., JR ........ A tlanta Lambda Chi Alpha HUGHES, LARRY E ...... Spartanburg, Phi Sigma Kappa HUCHEY, XVALTER L ....... Baltimore Phi Sigma Kappa Alpha Tau. Omega HULSEY, JOE M., JR ........ Metter HUMPHREY, MAJOR T., Delta Upsilon . Atlanta HUMPHREX', WILLIAM A., JR. , . . . Madison Kappa Alpha HUNTER, RICHARD G ...... Alexandria HIDDLESTON, EUGENE W., JR .... Marietta, HIGGINBOTHAM, RICHARD . .... Atlanta, HILL, ALAN G ........ Watkinsville, HILI., CARL A .......... Macon, HILL, RALPH L., JR., Chi Phi . . . Atlanta, Va. HENDLEY', JAY R ......... Atlanta, Ga. HENDON, BLAKE M ........ Atlanta, Ga. HENDRIX, DEWANE L. . . Crossett, Ark. . Trenton, N. J. . Charleston, S. C. HERBERT, WALTER R., Ill . . . Jacksonville, Fla. HERLIHY, ROBERT A ..... Orangeburg, S. C. Beta Theta Pi HERNDON, DAVID L., Delta Sigma Phi . Atlanta, Ga. HESTER, CAWTHON B., JR. .... Bainbridge, Ga. I'IlCKS, HENRY L ........ Alpharetta, Ga. HICKSON, WILLIAM H., JR. . . . Washington, D. C. Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. Fla. HODCDON, PAUL L ...... Chattanooga, Tenn. , Ala. , Ga. HODCES, lVlCBR1DIS W ....... Ocunee, Ga. , Md. HOLCOAiBE, RICHARD M ..... Asheville, N. C. HOLLAND, BTARILYN N., Alpha Xi Delia . Perry, Ga. HOLLAND, TI-IOMAS J., JR. ..... Ashburn, Ga. HOLLNACEL, RONALD O. . . Sao Paulo, Brazil HOLLOXVAY, JOE L .... . Hattiesburg, Miss. HOLMES, DWIGHT E .... . Charleston, S. C. HOLSINCER, OLIVER I., III . . . Atlanta, Ga. HOLT, ALBERT C., II ..... Jacksonville, Fla. Kappa Alpha HOLZWORTH, RALPH W ...... Decatur, Ga. HONIANS, ROBERT R ...... Brunswick, Ga. HOOKS, BENNETT A., JR ...... Augusta, Ga. , Ga. , Miss. HORNE, JESSE R., JR., Phi Delia Theta, Cordele, Ga. HORNE, JOI-IN M ...... Huntington, W. Va. Phi Sigma Kappa HORWITZ, JEROME H., Tau Epsilon. Phi, Atlanta, Ga. HOUSE, RODNEY D ........ Eastman, Ga. HOUZE, RICHARD N ........ Atlanta, Ga. HOWARD, RICHARD C., Sigma Chi . Savannah, Ga. HOWELL, GEORGE L., III ...... A tlanta Ga. HOWELL, KENNETH F., JR .... Rockaway, N. J. Phi Sigma Kappa HUBE, FREDERICK K., JR ...... Laurel, Miss. HUDSON, ROBERT E ........ Norfolk, Va. HUEY, STEWART M., Kappa Alpha . . Atlanta, Ga. HUFFMASTER, JASON R. .... . Quitman, Ga. , Ga. S. C. , Md. HULL, DANIEL D ...... Chattanooga, Tenn. , Ga. , Ga. , Ala. HUNCERFORD, ED V., Ill . . West Hartford, Conn. , Va. HURHINS, JAMES D ....... Jefferson, Ga. HUZAR, STEPHEN . . . . . Newark, N. J. INCRANI, EDWARD A. . . . Chattanooga, Tenn. lass Of 60 IIIASTORZA, JOSE C ....... Matanzas, Cuba ISAACS, lVlCALLIS'TlER, lll .... Columbus, Ga. fllplza Taa Omega JSCISTTE, HAROLD C ,..... Charleston, S. C. PlIi Sigma Kappa JACKSON, l7'RANt':IS M.. Ill . JACKSON, JACKSON, JARRI-:I.L, JIQNISON, JENKINS, JENKINS, JENKINS, JENKINS JENNINGS, JRNNINGS. JOHNSON 1 JOH NSON, JOHNSON. JO HNSON, JOHNSON, JOHNSON, JOHNSON , JOHNSON, JOH NSO JOHNSON, JOHNSON, JARII-is A. .J . WILLIAR-I S. . l3iI'nIlngl1aIII, Ala. . . 'I'hOmaslOn, Ca. . . . Camilla. Ca. Alpha Taxi Omega 'l'albOl.lOn, Ga. JAOOII, GEOROE R., JR. . . Phi Della Tlzvla JAGORSON, Ot.AIf S ........ Sulphttr. La. JAMES ll.. Phi .Delta Theta, COIIIIIIL-I'I:r-. Ga. WII.I.IARI D ...... l..zInglf+y, C. ERNEST R., JR ..... Cliamblrrv, Ca. .Della Tau Dvlla HENRY fl., JR ...... lunc-au, Alaska RJARVIN F.. JR. . XVll.l,IAXl T. . . HOMIE!! C.. JR. . PAUL li. . . . liI.IsI-IA. JR. . ELLIS L. . FRED l. . . JAMES I-I. . .JULIUS C. . OTIS I-I ..... RAYMOND li. . . HUBICRT li.. Chi Phi. STEPHEN I' .... XVILLIANI L. . . . . Thomson, Ga. . . Valdosta, Ga. . Parlucall, Ky. . Cliristianu. Tenn. . llmalilla, Fla. . Athi-ns, Ca. . . Alltons, Ca. Blfllllllgllillll, Ala. . . . llontv, Ca. Warn-nlon, Ca. Nahunla. Ga. Winston-Salt-m. N, C. . . . Oli-an. N. Y. llZlllll11Ol'f', Md. Phi Sigma Kappa XVILLIANI N ...... Pahokev, Fla. JOHNSTON, KENNETH D ..... Columbus, Ga. JOINER, XVILLIAM Nl.. JR.. Them Chi, Louisville. Ga. JONES, DAVID R.. Della lfpsilon . . . Augusta, Ga. JONES, RICHARD S.. JR.. Sigma Chi . Crossf-tt. Ark. JONES, WESLEY M ........ Cordon, Ga. JOYCE, JAMES W., Sigma lvl! . N. Little Rock, Ga. JUDD, CHARLES F ..... . . Birmingham, Ala. Sigma Phi Epsilon JUDSON, ROY M ........ Gainesville, Ga. KAISER, JAMES S ......... -X thalia, Ohio KAA'lPOURIS, GEORGE N ....... Gary, lnd. KANE, THOMAS A., JR .... W. Palm Beach, Fla. Lambda Chi Alpha KANTOR, WILLIAM A., Tau. Epsilon Phi. Columbus, Ga. KAPLAN, CHARLES H ...... Greenville, S. C. Tau Epsilon Phi KAW, WILLIAM K., JR. . . . W. Hempstead, N. Y. Phi Sigma Kappa KASE, KENNETH R ...... Cincinnati, Ohio KAUFFRTANN, JOSEPH C., IV . . . Canton, Ohio KEENER, GARY F ..... . . Canton, N. C. KENNEDY, DAVID E. ...... Blackville, S. C. KESSLER, RAYMOND N., JR. . . . Savannah, Ga. KEY, WOODROW E ..... .... P ooler, Ga. KEYS, NOBLE V ........ Cartersville, Ga. Lambda Chi Alpha KILE, ROBERT K ....... Cleveland, Tenn. KILCO, MARVIN M., JR. ...... Atlanta, Ga. Tau Kappa Epsilon KILLEBREW, J. LLOYD ...... Damascus, Ga. KILLIAN, RICHARD L ....... Atlanta, Ga. KIMBRO, KEN E ...... Avondale Estates, Ga. KING, DONALD M., Chi Psi .... Atlanta, Ga. KING, HUGH D., JR. . . . Lavonia, Ga. KING, JOHN W., J R ........ Atlanta, Ga. KING, MARY ANN ...... East Point, Ga. KING, WILLIAM B., Kappa Sigma . Bradenton, Fla. KINNERREW, ROBERT E .... Daytona Beach, Fla. KINSLOW, WILLIAM E., JR. .... Muldraugh, Ky. Phi Sigma Kappa Lam btla Chi Alpha PHOMORE KINT, ARNE T .... . Johanneshov, Sweden KIRK, ADRIAN F., JR ....... Marietta, Ga. KLEIN, lVlANFRED W .... Cranberry Lake, N. J. KRAD'IER, KENNETH, Alpha Epsilon Pi, Medford, Mass. KRAVITZ, LEWIS P., Alpha Epsilon Pi, Salisbury, Md. LACHANCE, RONALD J ....... Augusta, Ga. LACKEY, RICHARD C ...... Mt. Airy, N. C. LAIDLAW, STEPHEN R. . . White Sands P.G., N. M. Phi Kappa Tau LAND, AARON J., JR., Sigma Chi . . Columbus, Ga. LANDERS, KAY R ......... Austell, Ga. LANGFORD, HOWARD A ..... Union Point, Ga. LANGSTON, DEXTER L., Delta Tau Delta . Rome, Ga. LARRIVA, RENE F ........ Phoenix, Ariz. LAWLER, BOB E., Delta Tau Delta, Hot Springs, Ark. LAWSON, DAVID O., Sigma Nu . . . Roanoke, Va. LECROY, CHARLES M. ...... Savannah, Ga. LEE, EDWIN C ....... Murfreesboro, Tenn. LEE, JAMES G., JR., Sigma Chi . . Charlotte, N. C. LEE, JOHN W., Sigma Nu .... Villa Park, lll. LEE, WILLIAM T., Sigma Chi . . . Montrose, Ark. LEISTER, FRANK C., Kappa Alpha . Charlotte, N. C. LEMASTERS, WILLIAM S., Beta Theta Pi . Citra, Fla. LEONARD, JIMMY J ....... Chatsworth, Ga. LEONARD, LEROY E ....... Baltimore, Md. Delta Tau, Delta LESESNE, BRANNON B., JR. ..... Atlanta, Ga. Phi Delta Theta LEVINE, STEVEN H .... Rockville Centre, N. Y. Tau Epsilon Phi LEWIS, CHARLES M ........ Griffin, Ga. LEWIS, LARRY P ......... Corclele, Ga. LEWIS, WAYNE I., JR. ....... Miami, Fla. LINDAUER, RONALD E ...... Baltimore, Md. Lambda Chi Alpha LINDSAY, WILLIAM M. . . . . Florence, S. C. LINDSEY, GERALD D ...... Columbia, Tenn. LIPPERT, G. DAVID ..... W. Palm Beach, Fla. ,Delta Upsilon LIPSCOMB, DONN B ..... St. Petersburg, Fla. Theta Chi LIPTHRAFT, CHARLES V ..... Brunswick, Ga. Alpha Tau Omega LLEWELLYN, WILLIAM M ....... A tlanta, Ca. LOHR, P. RICHARD, Phi Sigma Kamra, Baltimore. Md. LOWE, CHESTER A., JR., Kappa Alpha . Macon, Ga. LOWERY, GEORGE C. ....... Eastman, Ga. LOWRY, JAMES F. ...... Lawrenceville, Ga. LUCAS, ALEXANDER W ..... College Park , Ca. LUCIANI, JOSEPH, Pi Kappa Phi . . Elmont, N. Y. LUCIUS, HOWELL K ..... . . Many, La. LUEDKE, ROBERT B., JR ...... Atlanta. Ga. LUTTRELL, BOARDMAN C., JR. ..... A tlanta, Ga. LYBANGN, MATTHEWV, Tau Epsilon Phi, Savannah, Ga. LYMAN, STEWART F., Chi Phi . . . Columbus. Ga. LYONS, DONALD W. .... . Beloit, Miss. LYONS, GEORGE J ....... Brunswick, Ga. MACGREGOR, ROBERT D ...... Rockton, Ill. NIADDEN, CHARLES E., Pi Kappa Alpha, Sanford, Fla. MADDOX, ROBERT E ....... Savannah, Ga. RIALLOY, LORANZA D., Phi Kappa Tau, Chinley, Fla. NIALONE, ROSSER A., JR., Chi Phi . . Albany, Ga. NIANDERS, JOHNNY H. ........ Carl, Ga. lVlANUEL, JOHN F ........ Aripeka, Fla. MANZER, LESLIE R., Kappa Sigma . . Decatur, Ga. MARBURY, RITCHEY M., III .... Albany, Ga. lVl'ARKERT, HERMAN R ....... Augusta, Ga. MARSHALL, PAUL G. . . . . Cantonment, Fla. lVlAR'I'IN, M ARTIN lX'lAliTIN lass of 60 DAVID H. . . . Marietta, Ga. , JOHN B ......... Tampa, Fla. , NIARVIN I-I ..... Murfreeslooro, Tenn. Tau Kappa Epsilon NIARTIN, lVlICI-IAEL B.. Phi Sigma Kappa, Atlanta. Ca. lVlAR'I'INliZ-l7Oll'l'llN, ABIELARDO A. . Cabaiguan. Culia MASON. ROBERT ln., Alpha Tau Omega, Madison, Ca. NIASSI-ZY, RUB!-iIl'l' 1-I ...... Lvwisliurg. 'l't-rnn. Della Tall Delta lh'lASTl5RS, DAv1D A ........ Miami, MATTHEWS, Tl-ll-IOIJUIHC D., .l R. . Martinsburg, W. Della Tau Della Nlfww. RONALD .I ....... Fairhopo, R'lAY, RDDERT M., Phi Kappa Tau . . Tampa, DIAYNAIKD, I-loMER S ...... Brunswick, RICCALL. GENE H., Chi Phi .... Albany. MCCAMT, Rom-:RT J.. .lR., Chi Phi . . Lintlale, R'lCCLAIN, XVILLIAM S ........ f Xtlanta. RICCONKIZY, fhl.llI5ll'l' J.. JR.. Sigma Chi. Atlanta. RICDON.-KLD, XVILLIAM D.. JR. . . Randallstown, Phi Sigma Kappa Mt:DoNottt:I-I, 'l'IIoMAS J., JR. . . . Savannah, NICIJIIEEIE. GRDVER L. . . R'lCDllt3AI.lJ, TI-IDMAS T. . MECEI-1. l2ooAR L .... NICGLAMRY, CHARLIE N NICGOUCAN. JoE T. . NlCGUIllT, CHARLES W. . Della Tau. Delta RlClNTOSl-I, RICKENNIEY NICKENNEY, NICKINLEY, RICKINLI-KY. . Lithia Springs. . . Duntlt'o. . ltr-tl Oak. Fla. Va. Ala. Fla. Ga. Ca. Ca. Ca. Ca. Mtl. Ga. ful. Fla. Ca. . . St-vill0.Ca. llrunswicli. Ca. . . . . Catnclc-n. C. EDDIE ....... Atlanta. DAVID M.. Hem Them Pi, East Point, HENRY R.. JR. .... Wootlliury. HENRY J.. .IR ....... A Xtlanta. HOWARD L., JR. . . Atlanta, NICNHILI., DONALD R. . . RICNIEL, CHARLES S.. Pi Kappa MCPI-IAII.. ROBERT D. . . KICREE, ROBERT E., .lR. . RTCWHOIKTEXK, EARLON C. MCWHORTER, KENNETH J. MEADOWS, COLEMAN J. . . . Augusta. Alpha, Atlanta, Urlamlo, Ga. Cya. Ca. Ga. Ca. Ca. Ca. Fla. . . Conover, N, C. . Jacksonville. Ala. . . Carrollton, Ga. . . Hapeville, Ga. NIEADOWS, DON M ....... Ceclartown, Ca. Lambda Chi Alpha NIEHAFFEY, JoSE1'H H., JR ..... Danville, Ga. MEI-IL, RAYMOND R ,... Mechanicaburg, Penn. MENGASDN, JAMES ....... Cordele, Ga. METZ, PAUL S., JR ....... Memphis, Tenn. MEYER, GERALD J., Sigma Na . . . Atlanta, Ga. MEYER, HARRY, JR., .Delta Sigma Phi, Savannah, Ga. MIDDLETON, WILLIAM A., Sigma Na . Atlanta, Ca. MILLER, BRYAN W., Phi Epsilon Pi, Charleston, S. C. NIILLER, JAMES J., Phi Kappa Sigma, E1 Dorado, Ark. MILLER, JoE E ......... Ashburn. Ga. MILLS, GARY L. ........ Monroe, N. C. MILLS, JOSEPH R. ....... Mt. Union, Pa. MILTON, EDWARD V ....... Moultrie, Ga. MISSROON, ALAN MCK. . . . Savannah Beach, Ga. Kappa Sigma MISSROON, JAMES F., JR. . . Savannah Beach, Ga. Kappa 'Sigma MITCHELL, CHARLES E ...... Columbus, Ga. MITCHELL, EMMETT E. . . . . Calvary, Ga. NIITCHELL, KENNETH F. . .... Cadiz, Ky. MITCHELL, ROBERT A ....... Atlanta, Ga. MITCHELL, THOMAS M., II . . Southern Pines, N. C. Kappa Alpha MOATE, MAYNARD B ........ Macon, Ga. MOHAN, ROBERT J. . . . . . Lakewood, Ohio MOLINA, CARLOS A. . . . Medellin, Colombia OPHOMORE MOODY, THOMAS C., JR ..... Franklin, Te Delta Tau Delta Phi Kappa Sigma JAMES M., JR ....... Atlanta, Alpha Tau, Omega MOORE, Alpha Epsilon Pi MORRIS, JAMES F., Pi Kappa Alpha . Atlanta, MORRISON, CARL N. ....... Shannon, MORSE, ROLAND J ....... Savannah, NLUNOZ, MAXIMO E. F. . . . . Kappa Sigma NIURRAY, JERE T. ....... Hampton, M NACLE, RICHARD L., JR ....... Decatur, Alpha Tait Omega NANCE, .JAMES G., PlziDelta Theta . . Grifhn NEAO, DONALD M ........ Oak Park, NEAL, HEIDT F., lll. Alpha Tau Omega, Columbus, NEELY, EDGAR A., III, Chi Phi . . . Atlanta, NEELY, .JOHN R., JR., Delta Tau Delta, East Point, NEESEMAN, FRED L., JR., Sigma Chi . Baltimore, NELSON, JIMMY M., JR. ......I A tlanta NESSMITH, WILLIAM ...... State-Sboro NEVILLE, SIMON M., JR ...... Register, NEWBERRY, JACKSON I., JR .... Powersville, Sigma Nu NEWBUROER, SIDNEY H ...... Baltimore, Phi Epsilon Pi NICHOLS, ROBERT R ........ Macon, NIX, M. EVELYN, Alpha Xi Della . Commerce, NIXON, RAY A., JR., Delta Sigma Phi . Atlanta 9 NOEL, WILLIAM P., Sigma Phi Epsilon , Atlanta NOLAND, EUGENE B. ........ Atlanta NORTON, DAN H., JR., Phi Kappa Sigma . Rome NUNN, SAMUEL A., Phi Delta Theta . . Perry, OLIVER, JAMES W., Delta Sigma Phi . Savannah, OLLIPHANT, WERE B., JR .... Jacksonville, OLSON, FRANK L. ......... Arabi, OLSON, ROBERT A. ........ Arabi, OLSON, RONALD B., Phi Sigma Kappa . Atlanta O'QUINN, LONNIE P. ........ Jesup s NORMAN, JOE M., ll ...... Charlotte,N. JWONCRIEF, JVJILLARD S., JR ..... Sylvania, Ga. MONTROY, DANIEL D., Chi Phi . . . Decatur, Ga. l'1I'1. MOON, HENRY C ........ Columbus, Ga. MOONEY, MICHAEL C ....... Miami, Fla. MOORE, CALVIN S., Kappa Alpha, Baton Rouge, La. MOORE, EMORY L ........ Lindale, Ga. MOORE, HOWARD E., JR ..... Hartsville, S. C. MOORE, JAMES E ......... Toccoa, Ga. MOORE, JAMES L., Sigma Chi . . Hazelhurst, Miss. Ga. MOORE, MYRON C. ....... Atlanta, Ga. MOORE, RAY E., Lambda Chi Alpha, Portsmouth, Va. MORAN, ROY J ......., Camaguey, Cuba MORGENSTERN, LESLIE I. . . . Miami Beach, Fla. Ga. Ga. Ga. MORTON, JOHN E., JR., Delta Taa Delta, Aiken, S. C. MOSELEY, WILSON D ...... Thomaston, Ga. Alpha Taa Omega MOSELY, GARY L ......... Macon, Ga. MOTZ, AUBREY, Ill, Sigma Na . . Habersham, Ga. MUENCH, CHARLES A., JR. . . . . Tampa, Fla. . Habana, Cuba MURPHY, CHARLES A ....... Augusta, Ga. JVIURPHY, FRED J., Sigma Na .... Atlanta, Ga. MURPHY, JAMES T., Sigma Phi Epsilon, Orlando, Fla. JWURRAH, BASCOM W., Ill . . St. Simons lslancl, Ca. ass. Ill. NAIRON, JOSEPH B ........ Paris, Tenn. , Ga. lll. Ca. NEAL, ROBERT L., Delta Taa Delta . Wichita, Kans. NEEDHAM, WALTER D., II .... Charlotte, N. C. Ca. Ga. M cl . , G . NELSON, ROBERT E., JR., Kappa Alpha . Mobile, Al: , Ca. Ca. Ca Md. Ga. Ga. Ca. , Ca. Ga. C. Ca. NUNEZ DE VILLAVICENCIO, A. L. . . Havana, Cuba Ga. Ga Fla. Ga. Ga. Ga. , Ca. Class of O'l"l'0lVllilI-Ill, lJAI.l': J ...... China Lakr-, Calif. Oxtfonn. T. lJol1t:l.As, Jn. .... NaslIville.'I'enn. Phi Della Thela Oxu-nw. 'l'1IonIAs F. ........ Albany, Ga. UZKAL. KAYA . . . . . AnkaI'a,Turkey ljAllfiIi'l"l'. .JAMI-:s L. . . lrlayesville, N. C. l"Ai:t-:. JOHN ll. . . . CLlI'l'illlClll",Fl21. l,Al.it'll'lII. bl. CAP!-IIKS. JR. ....... 1 Xllanla. Ca. Till! Kappa Epsiltm PARIsnT. .lt-:AN-PII-:RRI-1 A. . . . Locus! Valley. N. Y. PARK, JAM:-Ls F.. JR ........ Decatur, Ga. Pttnnls. WII.I.I.-mt fl..1ll'llllSlglIIl1Plll . Savannah, Ca. PARRISII. .limi-:s L., Ill ..... Lake City, Fla. Sllglllll .fllpha Elwliltlll llA'I'f'I'll'1N. .luster-' C.. Jn., Slgllllllvll- . . Allglltilil, Ca. l3A'I'lillIK. llutn ll.. Thela .Yi . Johnson City. Tenn. ll-X'I'TII.I.O. CIIARLI-ps li.. JR.. Chi l'hi . l.aCrange,Cfz1. l'AtIl.Ic, ll0llIill'l' JN. ......... Wray,Ca. I'-xrxlc, .lun-:s W.. Jli ........ Rome, Ca. l'.-ww-1. .ll-Illlh' li .......... - Xlvalon,Ky. Pt-:ANI-:. CLI-:NN ll ....... Wilmington,Dt-I. .fllpha Tau Umega I'I-:AIn:t:. l'Innt'Nn lf.. JR. ...... Atlanta, Ga. Sigma xllpha Epsilon PE-tRsoN. PAIII. l... JR ...... Savannah, Ca. PEER. JACK l'I ....... hV21l'lll'l' Robins, Ca. Pl-:NnARx'Is. WII.I.1AsI I-'.. Ill ..... A Xtlanla.Ca. PI-LNNINCTIJN. l'lAllI.l-IN l... JR.. Thnla Xi. Valtlosta. Ca. PERRXL liltttitc ll.. l'hi Kappa Sigma . Nletnphis. 'I'c-nn. Piznsuxs. Osc-tn lll?lIITlll'll11ll . . Morrow. Ca. PETI-:Rs. lil-INJ.-KXIIN NI.. Kappa .-llpha . Jackson. Miss. PI-ITICRSUX. Cl'lAlil.liS T. ..... Clearwater, Fla. I Bela Thela li PETERSIIN, DAVID l.. ..... W. Palm BeaolI. Fla. Tau Kappa Epsilon PI-:TI:RsoN, PAIJI. L ....... Huntsville. Ala. Pli'l"l'Y, ROBERT C. ..,..... Tilton, Ca. PHILLIPS. JAMES B. . . . . l.aCrange.Ca. PIERCE. JoHN C. . . .... Smyrna. Ca. PII-IRRIC, JOHN A. ...... Huntington. W. Va. PIILIIIM, RAYAIONII W. ...... Lafayette. Ga. PILKINILTON, GEORGE B.. ll .... Me-nIphis.Tenn. P17 Kappa Alpha PIRKLIZ, JAMES C., JR. ,.... Milleclgeville, Ga. PIRKLE, RANDY W., Theta Chi .... Atlanta,Ga. PITTMAN, ERWIN B., JR. ...... Wilson,N. C. PITTS, CHARLES P ........ Moultrie, Ga. PITTS, JOHNNY H., JR ...... Thomaston, Ca. Phi Gamma Delta PLAYER, FRANK A., JR ....... Atlanta, Ga. PLEMMONS, JAMES A. . . . . Gastonia,N. C. POOLE, BORDIE D., JR. .... Newport News, Va. PORTER, CHARLES E. ...... Cedartown, Ga. Sigma Alpha Epsilon PORTER, JAMES R. ....... Barnesville, Ga. POSEY, FRANK H., JR., Delta Sigma Phi, Atlanta, Ga. POST, CURTIS B., JR ..... Chattanooga, Tenn. Taa Kappa Epsilon POWELL, HENRY R., III ...... Augusta, Ga. Delta Tau Delta POWERS, JERRELL R. ..... Charleston, W. Va. PRALL, JOHN A., Beta Theta Pi . . . Moberly, Mo. PRICE, FRANKLIN C. ...... Wrightsville, Ga. PRICE, WILLIAM H .... Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. PRIMLANI, CHANIJRU J ..... Darjeeling, India PRINCE, KENDALL W. . ..... Albany, Ga. PRINCE, WILLIAM R ....... Baltimore, Md. Lambda Chi Alpha PRINE, KENNETH C., Sigma Nu . St. Augustine, Fla. PRISANT, LARRY H., Phi Epsilon Pi . . Albany, Ga. PRUETT, DANIEL P ..... S. San Francisco, Fla. PUCKETT, BENJAMIN C., JR. ..... Macon, Ga. Lambda Chi Alpha PURvIs, CARLTON L., JR, ..... Pembroke, Ga. 60 l I SOPHOMORE PYRON, ALEC T ....... . Atlanta, Ga. RAAB, ROBERT L ......... Atlanta, Ga. RACAN, JOEL T ......... Carnegie,Ga. RAHNER, JOSEPH D., III, Chi Psi . . Arlington, Va. RAINS, BAXTER S., Ill, Sigma Chi . . . Atlanta, Ga. RAMSBOTTOM, WILLIAM D. .... Memphis, Tenn. Alpha Tau, Omega RANKIN, VANCE O., lll, Phi Delta Theta, Atlanta, Ca. Sigma Phi Epsilon. REDD, ROBERT L., Phi Sigma Aappa, Clearwater, S. C. REHFIELD, LAWRENCE W. ...... Miami, Fla REUSINC, ALBERT M., JR. ..... Lancaster, Pa. RI-IOADS, LEE A., JR. . ..... Henderson RICHARDS, W. THOMAS, Sigma Nu . . Augusta Sigma Alpha Epsilon RIETH, ERNEST C., Theta Xi . . . Woodhaven, N RIMER, FRANK D., lll ....... Atlanta, Ga Tau Kappa Epsilon RITTER, J. ROBERT ........ Atlanta, Ga. RIVKIND, ANDREW M. ..... Sit. Petersburg, Fla. Tau Epsilon Phi .Y. ROBERSON, VICTOR C., JR ......I A tlanta ROBERTS, VERNON C. ...... Glaceville, Fla. ROBERTS, W. DANNY, Kappa Sigma . Monticello, Ga. ROBERTSON, BRUCE L., JR., Sigma Nu . Atlanta. Ga. ROBERTSON, JACK E ......, Kennesaw, Ga. ROBERTSON, JOHN W. . . . . . . Miami, Fla. , Ga. ROBINSON, DONALD L. . . . . . Smyrna, Ca. ROBINSON, JAMES W. . . . . Wheeling, W. Va. ROBINSON, WILLIAM D ....... Dalton, Ga. RODRIGUEZ, ARNOLDO L. . . . San Jose, Costa Rica ROESEKE, DONALD WM ...... Baltimore. Md. Phi Sigma Kappa ROFFE, FRED G. ....... Mt.VernOn, N. Y. Lamlnla Chi Alpha ROGERS, A. HUBERT, JR. ...... Atlanta, Ga. ROGERS, JAMES H., JR ....... Dalton, Ga. Sigma Alpha Epsilon ROGERS, OSCAR F., Theta Chi . . Bolingbroke, Ga. ROGERS, SAMUEL T. ...... Charleston, S. C. Phi Sigma Kappa ROLLINS, LADDIE W ....... Wickliffe, Ky. ROMBERG, CARL B., ,Delta Tau Delta, Gainesville, Ga. ROOKS, JERRY D., Kappa Alpha . Montgomery, Ala. ROPER, FRANK E., JR. ....... Decatur, Ga. ROSE, JULIAN S. ..... Jacksonville Beach, Fla. ROSENBERG, ALAN D. ...... New York, N. Y. Alpha Epsilon Pi ROSSER, JAMES A., JR. ....... Decatur, Ga. ROTHCABER, DENNIS E., Theta Chi . . Fallston, Md. RUDDER, CHARLES B., Chi Phi .... Atlanta, Ga. RUSSELL, RONALD, ChiPsi . . . . Jasper, Ala. RUSSOM, KELVIN M. .... . . Savannah, Ga. SAEZ, JOSE M ..... . . Matanzas, Cuba SALCADO, HECTOR M. ....... Tampa, Fla. SAMMONS, CHARLES E. .... HUHll11gtOH,W. Va. Delta Tau Delta RAY, ROBERT W., JR. . . . . . . .. Macon, Ga. REAMS, SAMUEL H., JR. ..... Kingsport, Tenn. REDDY, THEODORE G., lll ..... Atl-anta,Ga. REDFERN, CARLTON W., JR., Sigma Nu . Marietta, Ga. REEVES, JOEL F., JR. . . . . ThomaSton,Ga. REID, GEORGE P ........ Memphis, Tenn: RENEAU, ROBERT L., Pi Kappa Phi . Thomasville, Ga. RENTZ, SAM N. ....... Norman Park, Ga. REUSING, NIICHAEL P. ...... Lancaster, Pa. REYNOLDS, ELLIS S., Clzi Psi .... Atlanta, Ga. RHEA, CLAUDE S. ...... Huntington, W. Va. RI-IEA, WILLIAM A., lll ...... Atlanta, Ga. ,KY- , Ga. RICHARDSON, DAVID L. ....... Macon, Ca. RICKS, WILLIAM A. ....... Savannah Ga. lass Of SAIINDERS. CLAUDIQ L., .IR ...... Atlanta, Ca. Phi Gamma Delta SCARDROUQH, W1XI.'l'lill 'l'., Sigma Chi . Atlanta, Ca. 5CAllRlE'l"l', l-lA1tRx' A., JR. ...... Austell, Ca. Sc:HMID'I', JERRY D. ...... Springfield, Ohio SCI-lNl31IDlill, GRANT P. ....... Bronx, N. Y. Alpha Epsilon, Pi SCI-IURIAQI-It-:R, XVALTICR K. ..... Surfside, Fla. Phi Gamma Uvlla SCHIIRECK. EIJWARIJ ,li ...... Fr-rn Crock, Ky. S431-IttT'l'E, ARI-:ND H.. .ltt.. Kappa fllpha, Chamlilev, Ga. SCHWARTZ, I-IAYWARD M ..... New York, N. Y. Sci-IWARTZ, ,lt-:Roma-1 L. . . . . l.Iliarleston.S. C. Phi Epsilon Pi SCl'IWAll'l'ZMANN, l3liRNAIilJ .... llrooklyn, N. Y. Tau Epsilon Phi Stizomav, WILIJAAI P. . . . SCOTT. RODERT D. . . . SCRIVI-:NI-in, lAlAliHY W. . SEIQARS, .'xI.BI-IlI'l' H.. ,lR. . SELLERS, ROIJIQITT H. . . St-:RlaN1:O. IRVIN I.. . . . . SIYIADDI-LN, Ettxt-:ST ll. . . . .fllpha Tau Unzvga . . .Nasliville,'l'enn. . . Pine l'llull,A1'k. . .lauksonvillr-, Fla. . . Sarirlr-rsvillt1,Ca. . llovklmlgv, Fla. Nll'lllPlllS, 'l's-nn. . . .l.i1lll'lSVllll'. bu. Sl-IAMP. JOHN C.. l'hI' Kappa Tau . . Ili-calur.Ca. SHAW, C1-I,'IRI.Izs M ....... Ct--tlartown, Ca. SHAW, RALM-I li.. Jn.. PI' Kappa Tau , DI-ualur. Ga. SHIQLI., liftm. L.. .ln ......... -Xllanla. Ga. SHIiI.TON. wi.-Xl.'I'l-II! I... Chil'hi . . . Nlaulison,N.l. SHEITAIAN. Root-:R W, ..... Xliami Short'-S. Fla. SHMVMAKER. .l.-Uflilli C. ...... liuflalo. Mo. SHIPMAN, 'lllitl L.. Phi Sigma Kappa . Catmlvti, S. C. SHREWSBURX, linnt ND P.. lu. . l'ppI-r Nlarlligro, Md, SHUAIAN. Jtimx' H.. Theta Chi . . . l'lt-i1lsville.Ca. SIDNER. CIQRALD B ...... Nlyrlltr livat-li, S. C. SICGELKOW, HODNEY O.. JR. ...., Atlanta,Ga. Pi Kappa Phi SIL1-IAN, RALPI-I W.. Theta Chi .... Dixon.lll. SIAItLRvII.LE. l,ES'l'lil! 'I'., Phi Della Thela . Atlanta. Ga. SIMMONS. RICHARD E.. .lR. .... Baltimore-, Mil. Delta Tau Della SINGER, XVILLIAM, Alpha Epsilon Pi . Tl1ODtaStOD.Ca. SINOITTARY, AUDIKHY K., Sigma Na . Thomasville. Ga. SINYARD, JAMES T. . . .... Birmingham, Ala. Alpha Tau Om ega SKAGCS, TEDDIE A., Bela Theta Pi . Camden, N. C. SIQARPALEZOS, HIZRLAN L ..... Brunswick.Ga. SKELLY, PATRICK G ........ Atlanta, Ga. SKINNER, HERBERT C., JR., Chi Phi . Savannah, Ga. SKRMETTI, PATRICK F. ....... Biloxi, Miss. SMITH, BRIDGES W., JR. . . Macon, Ga. SMITH, DAVID K., Sigma Nu . . . Oglethorpe, Ga. SMITH, DONALD H .... . . Hapevil1e,Ga. SMITH, EDWARD M. . . . . Valdosta, Ga. SMITH, HILTON C. . . .... Trion,Ga. SMITH, MICHAEL W. . Powder Springs, Ga. SMITH, WILSON W. . . . Andrews, S. C. SMITHEY, WALTER A. . . . . . Grifhn, Ga. SNYDER, JAMES R., Pi Kappa Alpha . Baltimore, Md. SPAIN, JOSEPH P., III ....... Atlanta, Ga. SPIETH, EMIL E. .... .... M iami, Fla. SPIVEY, LEVY J., Chi Psi . . . ManaSsaS,Ga. SPRENKLE, RONNEI.-L M. . . . . York, Pa. SPROLES, WALTON H ...... Kingsport, Tenn Beta Theta Pi SPURLIN, CHARLES J., Delta Tau Delta . Rome, Ga STAFFORD, DAVID G. ....... Augusta, Ca Sigma Phi Epsilon STAHL, PETER G., Alpha Epsilon Pi, Miami Beach, Fla STANDARD, JAMES W., Sigma Chi . . . Grifiin,Ga. STANDARD, WRAY W ........ Atlanta, Ga, 60 OPHOMORE Alpha Epsilon Pi Delta Upsilon Y l Phi Gamma Delta STEWART, HOWARD M., JR. ..... Cornelia, Ga STINNETT, WALTER M., Delta 'Sigma Phi . Tifton,ACia a Sigma Alpha Epsilon STOWE, WILLIAM M., JR ..... Boca Raton, Fla Lambda Chi Alpha STREET, HARRY L., JR., Delta Upsilon . Decatur, Ga STREET, WILEORD P., JR ..... Baltimore, Md Lambda Chi Alpha STRICKLAND, JAMES R., Beta Theta Pi . Douglas, Ga STRICKLAND, WILLIAM W., Sigma 'Chi . Savannah, Ga STRIPLING, MELVIN E. ....... Albany, Ga STROUD, JAMES C., Sigma Na . . Greenville, S. C STROUD, WII.LIAM J ...... Jacksonville, Fla STYLES, HENLEY S. .... .... J uIIo, Ga SUDBURY, ROGER W. ...... Blytheville,A1'k SULLIVAN, DAN E., JR. ...... Savannah, Ga SUMEREORD, HAROLD A., Sigma Nu . Americus, Ga SURLES, HORACE, Phi Sigma Kappa . . Atlanta, Ga SUTTON, DANA M ........ Norcross, Ga SVINDLAND, ARNE S ....... Linwood, N. J Alpha Tau Omega SWISHER, GERALD W. . . . . Atlanta, Ga SYPNIEWSKI, CARL J. . . . Newark, N. J TABB, JAMES A ...... . . Marietta, Ga TAET, SHELDON V., ChiPhi . . Tampa, Fla TASKER, JOHN S ...... . . Atlanta, Ga TATUM, WILLIAM E., JR. . . . . East Point, Ga TAYLOR, ERNEST E., JR ....... Macon, Ca Sigma Alpha Epsilon TAYLOR, JERRY W. ..... Powder Springs, Ga TAYLOR, ROBERT D. ....... JeFferson,Ca TERRELL, BILLY H. . . . Clarksville, Tenn TERRY, JAMES B. . . . . . Tucker, Ga TERRY, MAJOR D. . . Chatsworth, Ga THEOBALD, PAUL R. ....... La Center, Ky THOMAS, JAMES C., Phi Kappa Sigma . . Galax, Va THOMAS, JOHN R. ..... Alexander City, Ala Alpha Tau Omega THOMAS, ROBERT M. ..... Charleston, W. Va THOMAS, TRUMAN B. ...... Gainesville, Ga THOMAS, WILLIAM A. . . Magnolia, Ark THOMAS, WM. CLIFF, Ill .... Statesboro, Ga THOMPSON, FRANK B., Il ..... Mobile, Ala Alpha Tau. Omega Sigma Alpha Epsilon THOMPSON, JAMES H. ..... Birmingham, Ala Delta Sigma Phi THOMPSON, JOHN K ..... Fredericksburg, Va Beta Theta Pi Phi Kappa Sigma Delta Sigma Phi P S I Lamlncla Chi Alpha STARLING, ICENNETH E., Beta Theta Pi . Atlanta, Ga. STATON, JOHN C., JR., PhiDelza Theta . Atlanta,Ga. STEINBERG, WARREN N ...... Savanr1ah,Ga. STEPHENS, ANNE E. .... . . . Pelham, Ga. STEPHENS, HARRY G., JR. . . . . . Netcong, N. J. STEVES, ROBERT B. . ..... Wa nesboro, Va. STOCKHAM, WILLIAM H., Il . . Birmingham, . THOMPSON, HARRY B., IH ..... Atlanta, Ga. THOMPSON, THOMAS L., 'Chi Phi . . LaGrange, Ga. THORNBERRY, ROBERT C. ..... Louisville, Ky. THRAILKILL, HOWARD A ...... Orlando, Fla. TILLANDER, WILLIAM T .... . . Atlanta, Ga. TINDALL, WILLIAM C. . . Ha tina Fla. . . . . S, TINSLEY, ALBERT M., JR ...... Allaria, Ga. TOLBERT, JULIAN H., Kappa Alpha . . Macon, Ga. TOLER, JOHN M ........ S I-ingfielcl Mo. TOMEORDE, ERNEST L. .... Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. TOMLIN, HERSCHEL F., Delta Upsilon . Atlanta, Ga. TOMLINSON, DENNIS G., JR .... Cartersville, Ga. TONEY, LARRY O., Sigma Phi Epsilon . Pacolet, S. C. TOUPS, LEON H., Lambda Chi Alpha , Houma, La. Class of '60 'l'OllvS, ll0l.ANIl NI.. lmunlnrla Chi .fllpha . llotnna, lla. TIllllBl.I-1. xVAI.'l'I-IH W ........ Criilin, Ca. 'l'ltIl'l'. JOHN 'l' ......... Abln-ville, Ca. 'llllCKliR. ,IAMI-:S H., Jn.. Phi Della Thfla, Mobile, Ala. 'l'unNl-zu, A. JOSE:-1-1, Jn. ...... Arcadia, Fla. Signm l'l1i Epsilon 'l'lr1tNE1t, RICII.-XIII! N .... ..., 1 Xtlanta, Ga. lllllllNlili. 'l'1-IOMAS ll. . . . lN'liami,llla1. 'l'tutNEn, XVILLIAM H. . . . . 'I'ampa,FIa. 'I'lrxnmn'. DANH-:L C ..... . . lim-rwyn,Pa. Twlfzcs, l..uT1-In-zu W.. Chi Psi ..... llaxlc-y. Ga. llNl?l-IRWOOD, DOM ll., Sigma Chi . . Portsmouth, Va. llSI-HCR, l..tvr:IUS H ........ Savannal1,Ca. VAN lAlAt:AN. TIIUXIAS ll. ...... 'xl1gl1SlZl.l,rZl. VAN Ztxnr, lll-INDI-IIKSON 0. . . . Fl. Worth, Texas Slliflllfl Phi Epsilon VAw:AS, IJANIEL ..... llogola, Colombia. A. THU Kappa lfpxilon VAHNADOE, XVlI,I.l.-HI H. ....... 'Xtlanla.Ca. VlI.I..-KN!-IY.-K. JOSE ..... Si1gl1i1!ll"llill'l2Il1lO. Cuba VINIMI. ROnEn'r Nl.. Jn.. 'I'hvm Chi . . Atlanta. Ca. WADDELI.. Winn' C. . ..... lioukmurt.Ca. wi.-XDIS, l--Imam li. ..... .lil1'liS0llYllll'l5K'2lC'll, Fla. WADE. WlAl.'l'lill lil.. .llc ....... Parrott, Ga. AVA!-'lill. DON ll. .... . . . Cranrl lSl1-.l-a. W.xI.KEn, DAVID Nl. . . . . . Ualillitlgofllt-1111. WVALKI-Ill. lfxmxx Xl.. lll . . . Montgomery. Ala. WAL1-:En. JOHA lf.. Sigma .Yu . . 'I'ri-nlon.Tr-nn. WALL. ROBERT l.. . . . . . . Cutbbert.Gu. Yl".fXl.I.ACE. .l.-mics ll ...... Portales. N. Mex. W'AR1NNlilt, l"nAxrc ..... College Park. Ca. Della Tau Della WAELICK. SAuL'Et. J.. Them Chi . . Conover. N. C. w"A'l'KIN5, .lANll?IS P.. ln. ...... Albz1ny.Ca. Alpha Tan Omega WATSON, CARY C .......,. Tilton, Ga. WVATSON, JAXII-IS Nl. ....... Riverdale, Md. XVATTS. ,IANII-IS F.. ,ln.,Sign1nlV1i . I-luntsville.Ala. WVISATHIQRWAX, KEANETH P. ..... Atlanta. Ca. Kappa .fllpha WEAVER. THOMAS li ..... . . Woodbury, Ca. WEBB, WHLLI.-XM L. . . . . , . Adrian,Ca. WEDADIAN, THOMAS H.. Jn .... l0hnSton.S. C. WEESE, ROBERT C .... . McCaysville, Ca. WEILL, RUBERT A ........ Havana, Cuba WEISS, PHILLIP N ....... Kansas City, Mo. Phi Epsilon Pi WELLHAM, ANDREW J. ..... Douglasville, Ga. WELLS, HAROLD M., JR., Sigma Chi . Atlanta, Ga. V WELLS, WILBUR W. ....... Columbus, Ca. WEST, WILLIAD'I D ...... Spartanburg, S. C. Tau Kappa Epsilon WESTBERRY, JACK G ....... Riverdale, Ga. WETRTORE, HAROLD R. ..... ,lacksonville,Fla. WH.ATLEY, JACK W., JE. . . . Asheville, N. C. WHITE, JAMES M. . . . . . Decatur, Ga. WHITLEY, EDDY N., Sigma Chi . . . Franklin, Ky. WHITSON, THOMAS E., JH., Sigma Nu. . Atlanta, Ga. WICKS, THOMAS G. ...... Columbia, Tenn. Lambda Chi Alpha WIDENER, WILLIAM' B., JR. . . . Chattanooga, Tenn. WIGGLESWORTH, THOMAS H., Jn. . . Elberton, Ga. Beta Theta Pi WIGGLESWORTH, THOMAS H., JR. . . Elbei-ton,Ga. WIKE, CHARLES C. . . . Eatonton,GH- WILBURN, W. ROSS ..... . Decatur, Ga. WILENCHEK, STEPHEN B ...... Athens, Ga. Delta Tau. Delta WILINSKI, EDWIN A. ...... Brooklyn, N. Y. Tau Kappa Epsilon WILKE, CHARLES F ........ Sanford, Fla. WILKINS, SAMUEL H. ....... Atlanta, Ga. OPHOMORE WILSON WILSON WILSON WISEMA WOLFE, WRIGLE WYATT, YAGER, YEARGA YEARGE WILLIAMS WILLOUGHBY, DONALD A ..... Thomaston, WONIBLE, MARVIN E. ...... Savannah, WRIGHT, JAMES G., JR ...... WILKINSON, W. GUYTON . . . . . Savannah, Ga. Delta Sigma Phi , BENJAMIN D ...... Lavonia, Ga. Beta Theta Pi WILLIAMS, FRED L., Ill ...... Atlanta, Ga. WILLIAMS, GEORGE P ...... Townsend, Tex. WILLIAMS, MADISON J., IV ..... Augusta, Ga. Delta Tau Delta WILLIAMS, PAUL H ...... Forrest City, Ark. Sigma Alpha Epsilon WILLIAMS, ROBERT J. ......., Rome, Ga. Delta Tau Delta WILLIAMS, STEVE L ........ Atlanta, Ga. WILLIAMS, WALKEII M. ..... Buena Vista, Ga. WILLIAMS, WALTER E. . . . Chamblee, Ga. WILLOCK, ROBERT L. . . . Atlanta, Ga. Ga. Ga. WILLOUGHBY, LARRY G., Chi Phi . . . Atlanta, WILLOUGHBY, WILLIAM W. . . . . . Urbana, O. Phi Kappa Sigma WILLSON, ALAN N., JR ...... Baltimore, Md. Phi Sigma Kappa , BERNER F., JR. . . . . . . Decatur, Ga. Alpha Tau Omega HOWELL K ....... Savannah, Ga. JAMES J. ...... Huntington, W. Va. Delta Tau, Delta 1 v WILSON, JAMES K., JR. . . . . . Davisboro, Ga. WILSON, JAMES K. ..... Daytona Beach, Fla. WILSON, JAMES O. ........ Marietta, Ga. WILSON, RONALD M., Kappa Sigma . Cazenovia, N. Y. WINCHESTER, ROBERT R ...... Augusta, Ga. WINTHROP, ALFRED D. ..... Albert, Miss. WISE, HENRY H., Beta Theta Pi . Washington, D. C. Ga. Ky. N, BILLY R ..... Powder Springs, ROBERT A ....... West Point, Phi Sigma Kappa Ga. Phi Sigma Kappa WOOD, EARLY W .......... Pavo, Ga. WOOD, GERALD C. ........ Atlanta, Ga. WOOD, JAMES S., JR ...... Charlotte, N. C. Phi Kappa 'Sigma WOOD, ROBERT E., Sigma Chi .... Atlanta, Ga. WOOD, RODNEY D ...... Whitehaven, Tenn. WOODARD, ROBERT E. ...... Fitzgerald, Ga. WOODS, HAROLD, Ill, Beta Theta Pi . . Miami, Fla. WOODS, ROSS H. ....... Jacksonville, Fla. WOODWRIGHT, DON B. ...... Wadeville, Ky. WRIGHT, DAVID W., Delta Sigma Phi . Atlanta, Ga. WRIGHT, GARY A ........ East Point, Ga. . Forsyth, Ga Y, FRANCIS L ........ Macon, Ga HAROLD W., JR. . . . . Kappa Alpha . Cedartown, Ga ROBERT H. . . . . . Magnolia,Ark. YARBROUGH, DAVID W. . . . . Charleston, S. C YARBROUCH, JOHN W. . .... Swainsboro, Ga N, EDMUND L., JR. ...... Rome, Ga' Alpha Tau Omega RS, EDWARD K., Theta Xi . . Lafayette, La YOKLEY, EMMETT C., JR. .... Nashville, Tenn Kappa Alpha YOUNG, FREDERICK M. . . . Washington, Ga. YOUNG, LINWOOD R ....... Roseville, Ark. 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ALLEN, KENNETH R., Kappa A I ph 11 ALLEN, THOMAS E.. III . . ALSTON, ROBERT H. . . ALTMAN, THOMAS L., JR. ANDERS, JOHN B., JR. . . ANDERSON, CHARLES A lplm Trlu O . Gastonia. N. C. San Jose, Costa Ri:-ax . Hnwkirisvillv. Ca. . . Filxgcmlml. Cn. Bowcrsvillrr, Cn. Pi . Allanl:1.C:l. Mulmgua. Nil-araxgnla Stone Mountain. Cn. . . Kingston, Pu. . . . Atlanta, Cu. . Raton Rouge, La. . Dorzwille, CLI. . Slxellmzxn, Cn. . Macon, Miss. . Baxlcy, Cn. Crnssetl, Ark. . Millcn. Ga. m ragu ANDERSON, DAVID J., Phi Crmznm Della . ANDERSON, ERNEST R ...... ANDERSON, JOHN P. ANDERSON, VERNON C ...... ANDREWS, JOHN XV., Alpha Tau Omega . . Robcrlu, ANDREWS, JOSEPH L., JR. . . . . ANDREWS, RICHARD F., Sigma Chi . Decatur, Cn. . . Jefferson, Ga. . Brunswick, Ca. . Jnrksonvillu, Flu. Ca. , . Brunswick, Ca. Pi. ANDREWS, RICHARD M .... . ARN15TT,GERSON L. . . . , . . . . ff ARNOLD, HOWARD H., III . . . . . , ARNOWICH, WILLIAM S., PIII Emfzof. f ARRINGTON, LANCE H., cm Phi . A, ARWooD,IuAIIIoIa1E J. . . . . 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JOSI-II'II n .....,. . isxlcmlalw. noni-:n'1' K..,.,..f .'a,,1,.. nxnwics, IZIIXIILICS ic. ..,. . Il.-XIINIZIS. nAnrn.n I.. . . . nxnxrzs, KICNXI-I'l'II fz. . . . . Il.-X'I'l'IS. .IIIIIY xx .. :mf 1c..,.,... sign... II. IIOY'I' Cl, . ll-KYl.l41Y. JOHN Y. . . , CICIIIIIZIC E., l.aa1hrla Chi fllpha . . DON Il.. Siglna l'hi Epxilan . Nurlh I.illIr: Rm,-k, . TIIUNI.-XS II.. l'hi llvlld Tllrla . R'IilI1-lIgl:vIIIr- . . II'Im-un, bd. . . Cor4IuI1z,Cz1. . Ashburn. Cu. . Dnltun. Gu. . Turzkcr, Gu. . Cn. . Allunlal . Dr'I.un4I, Flu. Vvnluru. Calif. Olnzin, N4-w York Raton Runga. Ln. . . IlInrirftl:x.f1zn. . . VuI:Instn.Gn. . . Mn:-ml. Gu. Miami Slmrvs. Flu. Ark. , Cn. . Cn. . Allunln . Ca. . . Allnnln . . . Miami. Fla. . Hanlon IInngr:, La. . Aslu-ville. N. C. . . Atlunlfl. Cn. . . Atlnnln, Cn. . Ilninlnrinlga-, Cu. . IIIau'Iu'iII4r, C. III'..U1III.I'III. IIUIII'iII'I' A. . , IICIUII. IVIS. III'i IIIIII, TIIOXI.-IS J. . . .... . . :III1lnlll,G:1. III- YIATY, IIIUY. III ......,. RIn'nlpIliS. 'I'l'lln. III- -XIIIIIS. II. CIIIIITIS, I'l:i llvlla Thrla . . Alltlnln, Cn. IIIVIIK. IX IIIIII'iX II ......... . CIuy'l1vn, Cn. III'.fIIiI'lII. II.I.I'IN S., Tau Hlmilun l'lli . . AlI1lnl:t,C11. III-.IIKII,-XXI, l'iIIII XIII? II., II, l'lli llvlla Thala . I's'rry. Gu. III- I'1III'i. NIAIIININN II.. Hula Tllrla l'i . . Rlcrinlinll, NIISS. III'I.IN, ICIJIX IIII3, l'hi Hpxflua Pi . . . Miami. I"I1l. III'iI.I., IGIKIIIAIIIII II., Ilvla Thvla Pi .... Iira,-lm-ll. fiat. IiI'.I.I., IHlXXI'1I.l. ll .,...... Slum- Xlunnluin, Gal. IIIfNIII'.II, IIUIII'III'I' I... JII ...,.. lillutlnllougil. Ti-nn. Siplna l'hi Hpxilan IIICNIVUIIII. fjI.E-ISDN II ,..,. . . . Ifitzgn-ralI4I fin. III'iNNI'I'I"I', C. IIIiIII'iII'I', JI! ...... ffnnkagvillt-. Tn-nll. III'iNNI'1'I"I', IIOIII'iII'I', .Allpha Tan llawga .... A flfrl, Cn. IIIiN'I'I.I-IY, JUIIN Icl .... . Culumluns. Cu. IIICIIKIIXN. IIIX IN 0, ,.... . . AlI:lnl:1.f,a. IIICI'xI'fIIS'I' XI-'l". IIOIIIAIID J ....- - CnInn1I:uS,I,:1. Sigma nlllrha lf,....'1..,. IIII'II.l-III. STEYE II.. .-Ilpha I1'p,vilnn I'i .... -X tI11nln,C,n. IIINDICII. I-'IIEDEIIICK II ..... . 'I'I1mnzlsviII1:, Ca. IIIIIDSONIZ. .IOIIN C., Kappa .-llpha .... I.,inaI:1Iv. Cu. IIISIIUP. J-IIIES A ....... . Clmllanrmga. Tenn. I.II.'XCI'i. .IUIIN DRY.-XN'I'. JR. . ..... Macon, Cu. IIIACK, RONALD IV., Lamlnla Chi Alpha . . OrIan1In. Fla. ISIACK.-XIIIJ. ERNEST C.. JR. . . . . RI.ACKXYIiI.IJIilI.WAYNE I-I. . . . . . . Kingspnrl. Tenn. . . Apnpk:1.FIn. IILITCII. IIENRY S.. JR.. Alpha Tau Umfga. Stuloslmru. Cn. IILONDET, WILLI.-IM EMILIE .... BLUI-.. RUTH A. ....... . . III.UXIEN'I'II.-II... HENRY A.. Tau Epsilon P I3I.LIlIEN'l'I-I'Xl.., MARTIN L .... . Alpha Epsilon Pi IILYTII. CARL D., Phi Sigma Kappa IIOH.-XNNON. BYRON L. . . . . . BOLEN, PAUL S.. Alpha Tau Omega . BOND, CHARLES R. S. .... . Phi Kappa Sigma ROND, ROBERT NV., Sigma Nu . . BOOKER, MARCUS A ....... BOOZER. RICHARD E ........ . . Tulsa. Okla. Warner Robins, Ga. hi . Savannah. Cu. . Portland, Maine . Palm Beach, Flu. . . Covington, Ga. . Carrollton, Ca. St. Allzanys, IV. Va. Birmingham, Alu. . Ellenwooll, Ga. . . Allautz1,Cn. BORKENHACEN, ROGER K., Phi Sigma Kappa . Beloit, Wis. BOS:IRCE,W.EDXY'IN,JR., Kappa Alpha. . Muhi1e,Ala. BOSIVELL, WILBUR F., Ill, Kappa Alph I-IOWER. DAVID E ......... BOYD. EMORY LEE, JR ....... BOYLES. CHARLES R., Lambda Chi fllph BOZENIAN, BENNETT C. .... . BRADFORD, ANTHONY M. . BRADFORD, HAL Sf . . . BRADLEY, DAN H., Kappa Alpha . . . BRADLEY, ROBERT L ........ BRAMBLETT, RICHARD M., Delia Upsilo BRANCH, THOMAS L., Kappa Alpha . ri . Decatur. Alu. Cllattanoogn, Tenn. . Hampton, S. C. a . Cedax-town, Ga. . Warner Robins, Ga. . . . Spal'ta,Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. . Savannah, Cn. . . Atlanta Ga. , Ga. CXZIS n . Sylvania, San Antonio, T BRASINGTON, WALTER H. ...... Waycross, Ga. Sigma Alpha Epsilon BRENNER, STEPHEN R., Phi Epsilon Pi . . Miami, Fla. BREWER, GLENN R., III ........ Atlanta, Ga. BREWSTER, JOHN P., Sigma Alpha Epxilaa . Atlanta, Gu. BRIGHTWELL, CHARLES S ........ Maxcys, Ga. BRILLIANT, DAVID L., Delta Tau Della . IVinter Park, Fla. BRINDLEY, RAYMOND R., Kappa Sigma, Chattanooga, Tenn. BRITTAIN, JAMES W., JR ....... Eatonton, Ga. BRITTON, R. A ......... . . . llliami, Fla. BRITTON, THOMAS A., JR ...... Montgomery, Ala. Pi Kappa Alpha BROCK, JOHN E. .......... Marietta, Ga. BROOKER, BROWN W., Phi Kappa Sigma . Nahunta, Ga. BROWN, AUSTIN L., JR., Them Xi HME . . . Marietta, Ga. . . . Pacolet, S. C. Clmttanooga, Tenn. BROWN, BASIL T. ..... . . BROWN. CHARLES R ...-- - - BROWN, HAROLD J., JR., Lambda Chi .4 , Ga. lpha, Savannah BROWN, JAMES P, .......... LaGrange, Ga. BROWN, JOHN G ............ Atlanta, Ga. BROWN, J. HORACE. JR ...... Lt-IFollette, Tenn. Phi Gamma Delta BROWN. STANLEY E ......,. Jacksonville, Fla. BROWN, WILLIAM P., JR ...... . Macon, Ga. BROWN, WILLIAM W ...... . . . A11anw.G21- BRUCE, JAMES R., JR., Phi Della Theta . St. Simons, Ga. BRUNT, GEORGE R. .......... Atlanta, Ga. BRYAN, BENJAMIN K., JR. ..... EliznbetlILoII, Tenn. JOHN C., Kappa Alpha . . BRYAN, BRYAN. JUDSON M ...... BRYAN, RICHARD E. . BRYANT. KENNETH A., JR. . BUCHANAN. JOHN E ..... BUCKLEY, REGINALD R ...... . West Point, Miss. . . Selma, Indiana . Asheville, N. C. . . Tampa, Fla. . . Roanoke, Va. . . Jackson. Miss. BUESO, EDYVARD F., Tau Kappa Epsilon . Tcla, Honduras BULLOCH, IRVIN G .,........ Eastman. Ga- BUNCH. HAROLD A., JR., Sigma Alpha BUNDURANT. WILLIAM D. BURCI-I, ALEXANDER A., II . . . BURDETTE, WILLIAM R.. JR. . BURCESS, JOHN YV .... BURGESS, MILLARD M ..... Epsilon., Macon, Ga. Lawrencebnrg, Tenn. . . . Macon, Ga. . . Atlanta, Ga. . C0lIIInl1IIs, Ca. . Tulsa, Okla. BURKE, DONALD W., Kappa Alpha . . . Tampa, Fla. BURKE, DOUGLAS C ...... . . East Point, Ga. BURLESON, RICHARD B. ........ Liberty, Ala. BURNETTE, ROBERT B.. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Valdosta, Ga. BURNEY, JAMES L., Pi Kuppr! Alpha . . . Sanford, Fla. BURNS, GEORGE O .... . . East Point, Ga. BURTON, O'NEIL B.. JR. . BUSBEE, WALTER L. . BUTLER. RUSSELL T. ..... . BYERS, HOWARD H.. JR ..... . Sigma Alpha Epsilon BYNUM, FRANK K., SigmIIAl1IhaEpsilnn . Birmingham, BYRD, BENJAMIN F.. JR., Kappa Sigma . Abbeville, BYWATER, FREDERICK B., B0lil Theta CABALLERO, ROBERTO O. . CADORA, ALLEN T .... . . CAIN, KENNETH C. CAIN, MARION W.. CALCOTT. GERALD CALHOUN. JOHN W.. JR .... . . CALVERT. ROBERT CAMPBELL, JAMES Pi Kappa Alpha . . . Carnesvillc. Ga. . . Macon. Ga. . . Elbertnn, Ga. . Memphis. Tenn. Ala. S.C. Pi . LakelanIl.Fla. . Civnfucgos, Cuba . . Decatur, Ga. . . Fairhopc, Ala. . . Flnrcncc, S. C. B., Dalia Tau. Della, Daytonal Bcaclx, Fla. . . . 'I'iIton,Ga. . R'estPoint,Miss. L., Ill, Sigma Chi R., Phi Gamma Dalia . MuI'ray,Ky. CANEIELD, FREDERICK H., III . . . Cm-alGI1hIes. Fla. CANNIZZARO, LEONARD E.. Phi Kappa Tau . Miami, Fla. CARAHALY. ERNEST H., Theta Chi . Long Islanrl City, N.Y. CARMICHAEL, DAVID B .... . . CARMICHAEL, GUY G., JR ..... Sigma Alpha Epsilon CARNATHAN, GENE E. ..., . CARPENTER, RALPH R., JR .... Phi Gamma Della . . Atlanta, Ga. . Andalusia, Ala. . . Filzgzcralrl, Ga. . . Fort Myers, Fla. CARROLL, HOWARD A., JR., Thr-ia Chi. . CARROLL. WILLIAM E., Them Chi . CARROLLTON. JACK I-I ..... CARRUTI-I, EDWIN A ...... CARSON, CHARLES F., JR .... . CARSON, WALTER C., JR., Chi Phi . CARTER, CARL M., JR. .... . . CARTER, JACK P., JR., Chi Phi . CARTER, THOMAS J ....... CASI-I, ALLAN H., JR., Phi Gamma CASH. LAMAR ....... CASTLE, IIORATIO A., Theta Chi CAVITT, MARSHALL W., JR .... Fairfield, Maine . Atlanta, Ga. . Monroc,Ga. . Athens, Ca. . Rtzynrrltls. Ga. . . Savannah. Ga. . . . DIIblin, Ga. WiIIstun-Salexn, N. C. . . East Point, Ga. Della . Churlottr-, N. C, . . CaI'nfzsvillc,Ga. . West Palm Beat-II. Fla. . . . MaIrietta,Ga. CECIL, THURMAN W., JR .... . CHAMBERS, THOMAS C., III . . . CHANCE HARLAN R., Phi Della Theta . . Westlake, Ln. CHANDLER, TOMMIE A ...... , Homerville, Ca. . Spartalxlmru. S. C. . . HonIervillc,Gu. CI-IANNELL, DEWEY B ..... .... H artselle, Ala. CHAPMAN, DONALD L., Bela Them Pi . . Allanta,Ga. CHAPMAN, J. WILSON, Lllllllldd Chi Alpha . Atlanta, Ga. CHAPPELL, GRIGSBY T ...... CHAPPELL, JACK T. . Pi Kappa Alpha CHEATHAM, JOSEPH E CHERRY, JOSEPH, JR ....... Phi Sigma Kappa CHESTER, LARRY G ....... CHILCUTT, BEN E., Kappa Sigma . CHILDRESS, CHARLES W., JR .... Phi Kappa Tau . Marshallvillc, Ga. . . Amcricus, Ga. . . Pulaski, Tenn. Ocean Springs, Miss. . . Stzxtcslmro. Cat. . C0llIlllllllS, Miss. . . MiaIni,Fla. CHOW, EDWARD ..,..... CHRISTIAN, ROBERT A.. Sigma Chi CLARK, CHARLES D., Phi Gamma Della CLARK, SCHUYLER W., Chi Phi . CLARK, THOMAS E .... . CLARKE, MARSHALL F. . . . Augusta, Ga. . . Louisville, Ky. . Rossville, Ga. . . Augusta, Ga. . Asheville, N. C. . . Atlanla,Ga. lass of '61 CI.AIIIxI'I, TIIOMAS RI.. JII. . , . . CLARY, WII.I.IAM R.. JR .... , IZLAYTON. .IACOII Il., llvlm Tun Ui-lm CI,I2Ml:1N'I'. PADI. Il. ..... . CI.EMI1IN'I'S. IIOLWIICS W.. III . . Phi Kripprr Sfgnm III,II"I". IIOWAIIIJ II. .... . . CIIUNIS. WII.I,I-'XIII IC ..... . . COAKLICY, II 0III'Ili'I' U.. l'l1iSignm Kulipu CIIA'I'?'i. IIIXI III 'I'. ..... . IZOIII3. IIICIIAIII7 II.. Kuplm Alplm IIlIFI"I'Y Ill'l'III"II I' III IIOI4'I"INlI. SAM I".. Krlpfur Siglllfl . . IIOIIICN. IIICNIIY A., 1-llplm Pfluilun l'i COIxI-III. IIUIII'iII'I' II.. .III .,,,. . If0I.I'1. .IAAIIQS S.. Sfgmlrf l'l1i lfjrvilnlz lIUI.I'INI.-IN, ClI,I'II.I..'IN K ..... . IIOI.I-I IIULI-I lIllI.I. I1UI.I. IIIILI. IIOLI. IQOLU II IN, IIIQNIIY I.. ..... . Y.lII.,XY'l'flNI2. . . . . . . IICR, IIAIII IAZY W.. Ili., Signm .Yu INS IIVIII' I' INS, ,IAKII-IS I'. . INS. l.I'QS'I'I-III ll, . lII'I"I'. ,INIIIQS II. . IIUIUI I'I"I' IUIIN I-' CHI.'I'I'1lI. I'IIII I' cgoxx I-iusic, IIIII-QI V.. Aw,,.,,., .n,.1,.. . cpuxwxv. I-IIIIZIIQNIC if ...... mgonlx. -INIJIIICII' lf.. 1'1ff1y..,.,...,wg,,... . COOK. I" " v IIIJUIN IIANR X.. .III .... . . Ii. JUIIY I-'.. Ylwm Llri . . . . AlI:1nLa. Cn , Wzlrrv-nlrm, 12:1 Unim1Cily.'I'r-nn . . Dallun. Cn . I, rv-rvnvlllv. Ca Iirinlpz-lon. N. .I . . Allzmla. Un . Iirvmklyll. N. Y . Allanlu, Un . . Allnnla. Ca Allanla, Ilan Ilnral ' ' fhxlvlws. I'Ia . I'Iirkury. N. II IIri1IIn. Ca . fXlIunl:n.I,a . Mi:uni.I"Ia . . C1'iIIin.Ca . Naallvillv, 'IU-ull . 'I'alImlInn. Ca . Allanln. flu . . Ifnrsylll. Cn . 'I'rm1-na. Ca SiIv:cr Illw-Ia. Ga , . Xlavull, Iii! . Mlnllla, 11:1 . .MIanl.1. Cn . . 'IlIanl:l. flu S.u:nnn.uIx II.-a4-Il. La . , Nlaf-nn.lZa . I.:lk4-Ian1I. I"Ia lIUOI'I'III. IIII IIILICS If.. Sigma In , . . ll'-valnr. Ilan lIllOI'IiIi, II II.I'II II.. .III.. Tun Kuppu El xilnn . Sxlxw-gxvr, Ca IIIlI'I'.. OI,IX ICII li..Sigrmr.,Iljrlulk'1uilnn , Signal XII.. 'IH-nn lIlll'I'fXI IN. IIIISSI-1I.I. Il., III.. l'i Auplw l'l11' . UI:-un. N. Y 1.UI'I'INIIXII'III..IIIIIN II.. Sigfnu In . . CUIIII I.05INI',Ii. 1.I',UlIICI-f II.. III. Ii.-m Th.- flunvmixlgu. XIII 1.UI'I'IA.l.l-.. IIILII XIII! II .. III ,...... I.uIIIu-la. fin Y.I1llIX'I'.. lv... A'.,,.,,., 1f,....'1.,,. I.: I1 . I.IIlI4'I"1lIIs. N. ,I " Illnnlxl, Ilan COI Il'I'YIiY. IIl'Ii'I'OX XI. . ..... 'ISIN-lnafluI1.Ca vu... fy..,.p.. f.',..u.,,. I1OXINl1'I'ON. 'VIIUXI XS I? .......A I-nnvwlnvru. Ark Tun lxlrppu H,-Iilnru IQIIN. .-III'I'IIl II II.. l'lu' Sigluu lx'.1lrp.l . IIuIIn-lInrnI, N. .I. CON. XIICKIQY IJ. . ...,, . Ifnrrmul City. -Irk. COX. IRON,-XI.Il IX' ........ IIII,XI"'I'UX. ,IXXIHS II., 1'hwzu lfhz' . . l1II.'II'I'S. IJIXIIJ IL. Ih-lm Tun Uwlln .,,. CI!AXIIaII. IIILII.-XIII! X. ..... . . L.IIInI1.I.. RICIIAIKI? III., Phi Signm Ixu C,.RI:.Il,IAIIUN,ROIIIi.II'I I.,JR, . . . ppl: . Ilivvrsillv. Calif . I.:un4Iv'n. S. I... . Llw Oak. I-Ia. . Xluuyrkan. I' Ia. . IH-nfacnla. I' In. IlRI'lSII'Iil.I,, IOIIN Ii.. Phi Ijummu llwlm . . Innsnn. MII. CROSS, ,IOIIN II. ........ I'urvSl I'nrk. Ca. CROUCII, ,IOIIN II.. Tau Kupfm Epxilnn . N-rn Orleans. La. CROW, RALPH R.. JR. ...... . XII-lnpliis. Tcnn. CRIIXILEY. JAMES A.. llullu Tun Dvllu , Mathis. Tvxas CRl.lNII'. WILLIAM L.. JR.. liz-1.1 Thani Fi. I'IuntsviIIC. Ala. CUIIRENCI-I, WILIZURN C.. .IR .... . . Xllunla. Ca. DAIIBS. JOHN If ......... Hallicslmurg. Miss. D.-XBBS. THOMAS V. ....,. Hnllicesllurg, Miss. DAI-ILCREN, WALTER E., Sigma Chi . DANEK. A.. JR .... . DANIEL. RODNIZY E .... . . . DARK, PHILLII' I. . . . Fu DARNELL. PI-IILLIP M. . . DAVID, ROSWELL M., JR. . DAVIDSON, LYMAN C. . DAVIS, ALFRED M.. Alplul Epsilon PZ DAVIS, BILLY S., Pi Kappa Alpha . DAVIS, CHARLES E., III ..... DAVIS, CHARLES M., IR. . . . DAVIS, DON E. . . . DAVIS, DOUGLAS NV. DAVIS, EDIYARD C. . DAVIS, HARRY H. . DAVIS, HUBERT G. . DAVIS, JAMES A. . DAVIS. JESSE S. . DAVIS, .IOE H. . DAVIS, JOHN H. . DAVIS, IOHN .I. . . DAVIS. NONA E ....... DAVIS, RONALD E., Sigma Nu . DAVIS, WINK A.. .IR, . . Savannah, Ca. Burgcltslown, Pa. . Elbcruvn, Ga. rt McI'I1ersnn, Ca. . . Atlanta, Ga. . . AlI1ens,Ca. . LaGrange. Ca. Iiirminglmm, Ala. . . AlIanln,Ca. . . Cochran Ga. . ,IcIIersonj Ga. . Lindale, Cullcgc Park, Ca. Ca. . . AtIunta.C:1. . Franklin, Ca. . Finley, Tenn. . . Tifton, Ga. . . Atlanta, Ga. Ga. Ky. Duuglasville, . Paducall, Hugalnsvillc. Ga. . . Albany, Ca. Orangeburg, S. C. . . ALIant:1,Ca. DAWKINS, CHARLES R ..... Carlersville, Ca. DAWSON, WILLIAM D .... . . . . Alhxnla. Ga. DAY, RONALD L., Lambda Chi fillplm . Sabina, Ohio DAY. WAYNE I-I. ....... . McIntyre, Ga. DEADMON, CHARLES M ,.... . Mncksville, N. C. DEAN, P. DONOVAN, Them Chi . . . Lakeland, Fla. DEAN, ROBERT ,I ....... . Colliersville, Tenn. IIII-fxi. Misa. FRESHME- DEARING. JOHN J ....... DEAS, DIANE J. . ..... . DECARLO, DANIEL C., Beta Theta . . Covington, Ga. . . . . Miami, Fla. Pi . . . Tampa, Fla. DEEGAN, YVILLIAM C ......... Savannah, Ga. DEI-IAYE. DONALD J., Pi Kappa Alpha . . Atlanta, Ga. DELK, WILLIAM R. . . DELOACH, ALFONSO . DELONC, KENNETH R. . m:L ROSAL, GEORGE L. . DEMETRIADE5, PETER G. . . . Blackville, S. C. Stateslanro, Ga. . . Atlanta, Ga. . Santiago, Cuba Gastonia, N. C. Sigma Phi Epxilou DEMINC, CHARLES D. . DENNARD, SHARMAN, JR. DENNIS. PETER E. . . DENNISON, FRANK V., III DEPRIEST, JOSEPH R., JR., DEVOLES, NICHOLAS G ...,. -Delta- DEVOTO, WREFORD W., Sigma Nu DEWS, ROBERT W ....... DIAZ-BLANCO, AURELIO . . DICKINSON, JAMES R. . DIESEN, BERNARD C. . DILLARD, LARRY S. . DILLON, JAMES R., JR., DISCHINO, COSMO . . . . Winter Haven, Fla. Atlanta, Ga. . .. U .. Macon, Ga Tampa, Fla. . Norfolk, Va. Upsiloli - . . . . Norfolk, Va. . . . . Atlanta, Ga. Edison, Ga. . Santurcc, Puerto Rico . . . . Albany, Ga. . . North Miami, Fla. . . . . Atlanta, Ga. Phi Della Theta . Columbus, Ca. . . Greenwood, Miss. DODD, DAVID C., Lambda Chi Alpha . IVestMcn1phis. Ark. DODD, WILLIAM T., JR. . . . . DOHERTY, DENNIS F., Chi Phi . DOHERTY. FRANK D.. JR. . . . DOLIVE, HENRY D., JR., .Sigma Phi DOLL, ROBERT M .,..... DONNELLY, LEE D., Lambda Chi Alpha . DONOHUE, RAYMOND J., Chi Phi . C ..,... DOOLEY, CHARLES DOSS, MARION K., Dalia Tau Della DOUGLAS, ALAN W ,..... DOUGLAS, BILLY H. . . . . DOVER, RONALD J. . DOWNEY, LYNN A. DRAKE, CHRIS N. DRAWERT, THOMAS A., Chi Phi . . . Jackson, Miss. . . . . Jesup, Ga. . . . . Atlanta, Ga. Epsilon . Atlanta. Gu. . . . . Decatur, Ga. Birmingham, Ala. Atlanta, Ca. . . Decatur, Ca. Wiltlwrmtl, Fla. . Birmingham, Ala. . . Nichols, Ca. . Atlanta, Ca. . . Marietta, Ga. . Charleston, S. C. . . Atlanta, Ga. DRUMMOND, JERE A., Lambila Chi Alpha . . Rome, Ca. DRUMMOND, RICHARD T .... DUBBERLY, JERRY J .... . DUDIAK, STEPHEN T. .... . . . . Chamblee, Ga. . . Glt-nnvillcf. Ca. . . . . Clifton, N. J. DUDLEY, ROBERT H., Phi Della Them . New Orleans, La. DUFFY, ROBERT E. ...... Hasbrouck Hts.. N. J. DUGGAN, BARRY Thala Chi . DUGGAN, JAMES E. .... . DUKE, JAMES R ........ DUNAWAY, MARVIN J., JR .... . . . . Atlanla,Ga. . . . . Pcrry.Ga. . Culnmbus,Ga. . . . Colun1lJus,Ga. Lambda Chi Alpha DUNLAP, KINLOCH F., III, Phi Delta Theta DUNMON, KENNETH E ..... DUNN, WILLIS J., JR. . DUNSTAN, DAVID A. . DUPRE, HARRY N., III . DURDEN, CAREY C. . DURHAM, JAMES D. . DYER, BRUCE C . . EARNEST, IRA C., JR. EASTLAND, MARK W., III, Kappa Alpha . EASTLING, GORDON D. . . . . EATMAN, G. THOMAS, Bela Theta EDWARDS, ANDREW C., JR. . . ELAM, JOHN GARROLD .... ELLIOTT, GLENN P., JR., Bela Them Pi ELLIS, JOHN H., Kappa Alpha . . ELLWANGER, PHILIP S. . . . . ENGELS, FRANK P., JR ..... . Macon, Ga. . . . . Amcricus, Ca. . . Atlanta. Ca. . Leesburg, Fla. . . Marietta. Ga. . Rocky Ford, Ca. . Maryville.Tenn. . . . . Dalton,Ga. . . . . Atlanta, Ca. . Tampa, Fla. Atlanta, Ca. Lakeland, Fla. . Macon, Ga. Florence, Ala. bf.. . Carrollton, Ca. . . . . Atlanta, Ca. . . . Rock Hill, S. C. . . Delray Beach, Fla. Sigma Phi Epsilon EPPS, GERALD A. ...., . . . . Piltshnrgh,Pa. ERICKSON, JOHN S., Lamhzln Chi Alpha . Wzisltingtoxi, D, C. ERICKSON, THOMAS W.. Sigma Chi . . Winter Park, Fla. ERVIN, ROBERT M., JR., Phi Kappa Tau . Decatur,Ga. ESSLINGER, ROBERT J.. JR. . . . . Charleston, S. C. Alpha Tau Omega ESTRADA, JOSE C. .... . Cuincs, Habana, Cuba EUBANKS, LAMAR L., JR., Kappa Alpha . . Atlanta, Ga. EUBANK S, LARRY B ...... EUBANKS, THOMAS H., JR .... EVANS, ANTHONY C., Sigma Phi EVANS, DOUGLAS M., Sigma Nu . EVANS, GEORGES F., II .... EVERETT, CHARLES B., JR. . . EVERETT, ROGER N ...... . . . . Atlanta, Ca. . . . . Atlanta, Ga. Epsilon . Manila, P. I. . . Hawkinsville, Ga. . . Hugansvillc, Ca. . . . . Angnsta,Ca. . . Spartanburg, S. C. Tau Kappa Epsilon EYVING, MORRIS M., Phi Dalia Theta FAIRBURN, DAVID R., Della Sigma FANCHER, JAMES R., JR. . . . FARMER, JOHN E ...... FARR, XVILLIAIVI, III, Chi Phi . FARRER, JAMES C ..... . . . Atlanta, Ga. Vero Beach, Fla. Phi . Chattanooga, Tenn. . . . Tallapoosa, Ga. . . Atlanta, Ga. . Louisville, Ga. l I I I I i I 4 A -QI lass of '61 I3'I'IIl.D, RICHARD I'I. . . I9'ENNEI.L, WILLIAM F. . . FERGUSON, CHARLES A., II . . FERNANDEZ, OCTAVIO M. . . . . FERRERO, CARLOS E ....... Tau Kappa Epsilon ITINCIIER, WILLIAM L., Phi Crlmnm Dclm . I"INI,.EY, WILLIAM I'., Sigmu Chi . ITISI-IHACK, ALTON J ....... IfISI'lER. WAYNE A ........ I-'l.IClSl'IMAN, EDWIN W .... . . I"I..IfiMING, JOI-IN M., JR.. Kappa Sigma . I"l,E'I'ClIER, JOHN J., llellu Tun llulm . . . Bremen, Gu. . . Savannah, Gu N4:wymrtN1:ws, Va. . . I'Iubun:i, Cuba Valencia, Venezuela Savannah, Gu. . Little Rock, Ark. . Atlanta, Ga. . . Deland, Flu. Baltimore, Mrl Ilainhrirlgu, Ga. Cltaltunuuga, Tenn. I"LII'l'EN. IIOIIIZRT E. . ....... Nashville, T1-nn. FLOOD, JOHN I". .... . FOLSOM, WILLIAM H ...... . . Miumi,P'lu. . . . Atlanla,Ga. FORIIIQSIS, IJONALD O., Thclrl Chi . . l'Iuntingtrxn,Tcnn. I"ORCI:i. WII,.I.IAM M.. JR., Chi Phi . . . Aup4ust11,Ca. I"ORES'I'liR. JULIAN O., livin Them Pi . . . Allantn,Gu. FOSKICY, CHARLES G., fllphu Tun Omega . I7ec:tlur,Ga. If0STI'IR, ltixttow Q., nt. , . . 1-'os'1'1Q1t, Jlsltm' C ...,... I-'uU1tNl1au, I-'nt-:D H., 1c,.,,,,,. film... . mx. Tl-:mms A ....... . FOX, TIIOMAS I. . .... . Ala: I'Il.-XIII, JERRX I-. . ...... . , I"lI.-INK. PERRY I... .fllphu lijzxilun l'i l'RANl'iI.lN, JAMES Il., rllphrt Tau Ulnrrgfl . lfll-KNKUXI. REO ID., JR ,.,..., . Wultcrhnru, C. . . . C0rtltzIr:.Ga. . . . Atlunla,Gu. . . Trenton, N.J. xantlcr City, Alu. Ct-rlurtown, Ga. . . Atlanta, Ga. Slate-slmro, Ga. . . GiIIsvilIce,Gu. FRANKIINI. STEVEN ll., Phi Cnmmu Iiclm . Alum, Tenn. I-RAZIICR. RICII-KRD 'II ..... . IVIIAZII-III. WIl.I.lAIlI I" ....... . . Dcr:ntur,Gn. . Hurtsvillc. S. C. I'ARI'il7IiIIICK. ROBERT I... KuppuSigmu . Chattanooga, Tenn. I-'III-IIZNI.-KN, P.-XIII. L.. JR.. Them Chi VIIENCII. H-XYMONDJ., JR. . . . . . . . Atlantu,Gn. . Nt-wOrIcuns,La. l'RIIfIlI.ANIII'1lI. GIiRAl..IJ A., .fllplm lfpxilnlz Pi . Mrxhilc, Ala. I'lll.l.I-IR. D.-XVII! I. ........ l-'l7I.I.I:IIl. TIIOMAS, III. Kappa ,-llphn C..-XI.I.I, ,IOIIN D ........ . GAMIWIN, TIIONIAS A. . . GANN.-XWAY. GEORGE T. . . r..XNTT. CAREY. JR. . . . . . G.-XRANYI. NICHOLAS F., JR. . . . Phi Sigma Kappa CARDEYIIOIIR. CLETUS I.. . . . . GARNIZII. JAMES H ........ GATTIS, DONALD L., JR., Them Chi CEI-IR, XIIRES C., JR., Phi Epsilon Pi GEREN. PHILII' M.. Kappa Alpha . CERSIION. ALEXANDER A .... . GETNIAN. DARRYL L ....... GEX. WALTER J., III. Dvlm Tau Delta . CIBBON, JOHN W. . . .... . . GIBSON, JAMES G., Della Sigma Phi . GIBSON, RAYMOND H.. Della Tau Della GIBSON, THOMAS L., JR, .... . GIBSON, WILLIAM Ill., Kappa Sigma S, THOMAS L., JR. . . . . Alpha Tuu Omega GIDDEN GIGNILLIAT, JULIAN H., Chi Phi . . GILL. THOMAS M .......... , Sumner, GLENN, MARION xv., JR., sigma Alpha Epsilon . Dalton, GLINSKY, SALOMON S. .... . . . Atlanta, Ga. . . Atlanta, Cu. . . Elherton, Ga. Pluilutlclplmia, Miss Chattanooga, Tenn. . Rnunnkc,Va. . . Wharton, N. J. Waynesboro, Pennn. . . Norcross. Gu. . . . Miami, Fla. . . Alexandria, La. . Shreveport, La. . Atlanta, Ga. . Beloit, Yvisconsin Bay St. Louis, Miss. Allentown, Penna. . . . Griffin, Ga. , Huntington, W. Va. . . Baltimore, Md. . Falls Church, Va. . Fitzgerald, Ga. . . Savannah, Ga. Ga. Ga. . Camaguey, Cuba GOETTINGER, RONALD B., Alpha Tau Omega . Atlanta, Ga. GOLDBERG, BILL S., Alpha Epsilon Pi . . . Atlanta, Ga. GOLDSMITH, IRA G., JR., Tau Epsilon Phi . Memphis, Tenn. GOLDSTEIN, RICHARD P ...... Alpha Epsilon Pi . Birmingham, Ala. GOMES, FERNANDO P ...... Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Phi Kappa Tau GONZALEZ, PABLO .......... Havana, Cuba GONZALEZ, SANTIAGO E. . . Guatemala City, Guatemala GOODFELLOW, GORDON P. JR ..... Houston, Texas GOODWYNE, JOHN O., JR. . . . Williamson, W. Va. GOOGE, CHARLES H ......... Hazlehurst, Ga. GORDY, FRANK A. ..... . . GORICK, JOEL C., Alpha- Epsilon Pi GOSSETT, LLOYD D. ...... . GOTTMAN, LLOYD E., GRANING, CHARLES H. . GRAYSON, THOMAS L. . . GRAZZINI, PETER F . . GREENE, BERNARD A. . . . GREENE, MICHAEL H. . . GREENE, RALPH F., Beta Th eta., Pi ., GREENE, ROBERT W., III . . GREENWOOD, TERRY F. . GREER, EURITH B. . . GREGORY, CHARLES G. . GREGORY, WILLIAM A. . . GRESENS, GLENN F. . . . . GREYNOLDS, ELBERT B., JR. . GRIFFIN, ALTON R ..... . . Louisville, Ga. . . .Miami,Fla.. . . . Atlanta, Ga. Lambda Chi Alpha . Montezuma, Ga. . . Natchez, Miss. . . St. Ann, Mo. Washington, D, C. . . . . Gray, Ga. . . Atlanta, Ga. . Tallapoosa, Ga. Louisville, Kentucky . . . Enka, N. C. . Lakeland, Ga . Vienna, Ga. . Houston, Texas . Atlanta, Ga. . . Harlan, Ky. . . Atlanta, Ga. GUARD, CHARLES G., Della Tau Delta . . Arlanta,Ga. FRESHME GRIFFIN, MARVIN W., JR., Phi Delta Theta . Perry, Ga. CRIMES, BILL R ........... Florence, Ala. CRISER, JAMES R ..... . . Jacksonville, Fla. GROTEWOLD, WILLIAM H. . . Schenectady, N. Y. QROVES, FRANK Mn JR, . . . . . Lookout Mm., Ga. GROVES, LORENZA J., III ...... Pensacola, F16- GROVES, NORMAN L., Phi Sigma Kappa . Owensboro, Ky. GUADAGNO, VICTOR, Phi Sigma Kappa . Wharton, N. J. GUERRERO, GARCIA, L GUFFIN, ORVILLE T. . GUICE, RONALD H. . HAGER, ROBERT N., JR., HAIRRELL, WILLIAM B. ...... . . . . . . . . Wynnewood, . . . . . . Jacksonville, N. C. Phi Gamma Delta . Sarasota UIS A .... Caracas, Venezuela Pa. , Fla. Athens, Tenn. HALL, BOBBY T ............ Winder, ca. HALL, JACK M., JR. . - Allimflly Cf'- HALL, RICHARD S ........... Ariana., ca. HALLORAN, RANDOLPH M., Bela Theta Pi . Beckley, W. Va. HALLOWES, BORDEN R ....... Jacksonville, Fla. Sigma Alpha Epsilon HALMAN, O'LESTER H., JR ....... LaGrange, Ga. HAMBY, BILLY C., Theta Chi . . Warner Robins, Ga. HAMLIN, LINDA I ....... . . East Point, Ga. HAMMETT, GEORGE W. ....... Hapeville, Ga. HAMMETT, KEITH M., Bela Theta Pi . . Metairie, La. HAMMOND, DONALD L. . . Summerville, Ga. HANCOCK, CARL V., JR .... . . Albany, Ga. HANDLEY, STEPHEN O. ....... Waycross, Ga. Sigma Alpha Epsilon HANEY, TED I., Phi Gamma Delta . . Panama City, Fla. HANNON, ROY E., JR., Lambda Chi Alpha . Cedartown, Gu. HARDEN, MAXINE E ......... Williamson, Ga. HARDIN, TOMMY G. ......... Smyrna, Ga. HARDMAN, ROY H., JR. . . . . Decatur, Ga. HARDY, LYMAN, JR., Sigma Na .... Nashville, Tenn. HARGROVE, ALLEN S., JR ........ Atlanta, Ga. HARKEN, OLAF T., Lambda Chi Alpha HARMON, ROBERT E.. Phi Gamma Della . Grain Valley, HARNEY, EDVVARD L., JR ..... , . . Atlanta . Manila, Philipp ines Mo. , Ga. HARPER, JOEL P. .......... Marietta, Ga HARRELL, JACK E., JR., Delta Tau Della . Quitman, Ga. HARRELL, THOMAS W., JR ...... . Macon, Ga. HARRIS, ANDY D., Phi Gamma Della . . . Decatur, Ca. HARRIS, CHARLIE W., JR., Alpha Tau Omega . Decatur, Ca. HARRIS, MURRAY S., Alpha Tau, Omega . Atlanta, Ga. HARRIS, ROBERT A., JR.,Tau Kappa Epsilon . Dayton, Ohio HARRISON, JAMES W., Theta Chi .... Rlintlcr, Ga. HARSH, DALE F ............ Atlanta, Ga. HARTLEY, DONALD G ...... Abqaiq. Saudi Arabia Tau. Kappa Epsilon HARTSELL, MONTE W. ...... . Camden, S. C. HARVEY, DAVIS N., III, Sigma Chi . . Monticello HARWELL, BLAKE B. ...... , Reel Oak HATTEN, JIMMY L ........... Petal, h HAWK, ROBERT J ......... Birmingham, HAYVKINS, CHARLES F., Alpha Tau Omega, Beaumont, T HAWKINS, HOLMES J., JR., Lambda Chi Alpha . Gray HAWTHORNE, HAL W., Pi Kappa Alpha . Alexandria, HAZLETT, RICHARD E ....... St. Petersburg, Phi Gamma Della . Ga. , Gu. liss. Ala. cxas , Ca. La. Fla. HEAD, WINSTON A ..... . . . Americus, Ga. HEASLEY, ALLEN D. . . . . Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. HEATH, WILLIAM E., JR .... . . Louisville, Ga. HENDERSON, JOHN A .......... Macon, Ga. HENDERSON, JOHN H., Sigma Nu . . Spartanburg, S. C. HENDON, ROBERT G ...... . . . Austell, Ga. HENDRICKS, GORDON E., JR. . . . Jacksonville, Fla. Sigma Alpha Epsilon HENDRICKS, JOSEPH S., III . . . . . . Savannah, Ga. HENDRIX, ROSDON . HENKEL, CARRY N. . HENSICK, MICHAEL T. . HERBERT, CHARLIE . . . HERBERT, J. CLAYTON . HERBST, DOUGLAS R., Beta HERMAN, FRED W. . . . HERRIN. JAMES S. . . . . . Atlanta, Ga . Sacramento, Cal. . . Vero Beach, Fla. Nashville, Tenn. . Greenwood, Miss. . Chattanooga, Tenn. . Asheville, N. C. . . Ollerman, Ga. Theta-Pi A HERRINGTON, THOMAS H., JR. . Bela Thela Pi HERRMAN, KURT E. .... . HESS, NOEL L ........ . HEWITT, VVILLIAM B. . . HICKS, JACK D. . . . Columbus, Ga. . . . Albany, Ga. New Lebanon, Ohio . Coldwater, Mich. . West Memphis, Ark. HIER5, DONALD L. . .... Atlanta, Ga, HILL. CLYDE W-I JR. . . Blairsville, Ga. HILL, EMILY C. . . . . Dublin, Ga. HILL, HERBERT C., JR., Phi Gamma Della . Atlanta, HILL, KENNETH R., Delta Sigma Phi . Ware Shoals, S. HILLIARD, EDWARD E. HILLIARD, WILLIAM M. - HINELY, ALEX O .... HINSON, DAVID C. . . Ga. C. . . . . . . . . Atlanta, Ga. - . Savannah, Ga. . Hinesville, Ga. . . . . Bennettsville, S. C. . Atlanta, Ga. Kappa Epsilon . Wa1'rington, Fla. HINTON, WILLIAM A., IR. ...... IIIRSCHY, VICTOR L., Tau lass of '61 IIOIIGOOD, HAROLD H ..... .... A Llanta, Ga. IIODGES, DONALD R., Phi Calnrnfl Della . Punumn City, Fla. I-IODGES, GEORGE G.. JR. ....,. LHGTEIIIQC, Gil. IIOITFMAN, MARTIN K., Della Sigma Phi . Stockholm, N. J. IIOFMAN, KENNE'I'I'l M ..,...... Decatur, Gu. HOKE. TOM T., Sigma Chi ..... Ft. Worlll, Texas I-IULIIROOK, DONALD L., Sigma Phi Epsilon . Atlanta, Ga. IIOLCOMII, BEN Il., Phi Gamma Drrllu . . . Roseville, Cu. I-IOLCOM BE. HARRY R .... I-IOLLAND, LARRY D. . . . . IIOLLINC. WAYNE E., Phi Sigma IIIILLIS, DAVID I.. . . . . IIOI.l.IS'l'ICR. I-IERSCIIEI. C.. JR Kappa IIOI.I.OWAY. I-ll,IliER'1' L .... HOLMES, RAY I... . . . IIOMEZ, ANDRES S. . . HOPKINS. RICIIARIJ B. .... . Sigma Phi Epxilori . . . GrilIIn,Gu. Hiram, Ga. . Camhrin Hts., N.Y. . . . Decatur, Ca. Churlrrslnn, S. C. . . . IJnuglas,Ca. . . . NurInIk,Va. lAl1lI'Z.I1.71IlllU. Vcnrrzuclu IIOl'l'ER. IiYI'1RET'l' M., JR. . . . . IIORD. JOIIN li.. Tau Kappa lfpsilnu . IIORNE, JACKSON W. ..... . IIOTCIIKISS. IIRLICE I... Alpha Epxilan Pi IIOIVARIJ. l'llIl.I.ll, A.. .fllplm Tau Umvga IIOIV.-lIl'IJll, A. MORGAN .... . IIIfliIlARIJ,J.fUIliS I.. . . . . . Dr:Lc0n Springs, Flu. . . , Forsyth, Gu. . . Louisville, Ky. . Melbourne, Fla. . llullywouil, Fla. . Slnlcshnro, Ca. . liirnxinglmrn, Alu. . . LaGrange, Cn. IIUIINER, ROBERT W., JR, . .... Crccnslioro, N. C. Sigma fllpha Epsilon HVDSON. .IOI-IN ll.. lll PhiCnnmml1alm . Alexandria, Vu. IIIIIIN. RONALD M. ....... Daytona Bvach, Fla. lllIl.l.lfNllFll, FR.-XNKLIN T. . Ringgnlrl, Ga. IIl'NII'lIRIli5. JAMES K. . . . .... Gaffney, S. C. IIIIXIJLI-JY, NOIJLIS I". ...... Fl. Laudcrdalc. Fla. lIl.TNNlClI'I'T. CICORCE I..., Sigma Chi . . Wiaycross, Ga. IIIINTER, CARI, JI ........... Atlanta. Gu IIIINTER. EWINC E., Sigma Chi . .... A llnnta. Ca. IIIIIIST. l-IICRXIAN E.. JR. . . . . . . McLc:1n, Va. IIIJIITAIIO, ClI,.llER'l'O P. . . . Caracas, Vcnclunla IIUTCIIERSON. DON C. .... . . Roswn-II, N. M. IIIITCIIESON. CLAUDE H.. JR. . . . . Augusta, Cu. IIUTCIIESON, LEX C., lll . . . Tarpon Springs, Fla. I'lIJ'l'CIIESllN. ROBERT l'. . ..., A drian, Ga. IIYDEII, JAMES T., Il ......... Macon, Cn. IRWIN, RICII.-IRD W.. Phi Kappa Sigma . Pikcsville, Mil. IYEXIEYER, ALLAN C .... .... F ilzgerald, Ga. JACKSON, CI'I'XRI.ES A., JR., Kappa fllpha, Pensacola, Fla. JACKSON, JOHNNY C., JR ....... Corclelc. Ca. JACKSON. R. BRUCE ....... New Orleans, La. JACOIIY. JOI-IN M., Phi Kappa Sigma . . Atlanta, Ca. J.-XIINKE. WILLIS II., JR ..... Riinston-Salem, N. C. Kappa Sigma JAMES. FRED Y.. JR. ......... Atlanta, Ca. JAMES, MURRAY B ....... Chattanooga, Tenn. Sigma Phi Epsilon JAMES. REGINALD M ....... . Macon, Ga. JAY, RONAI.D ll.. Them Xi . . . Trion, Ga. JEFFRIES, JOSEPH H., JR. . . . Coosa, Ga. JEWELL, EDWARD R. . . . . Savannah, Ga. JOHNSON ALLEN YV. . . . Athens, Ca. .JOHNSON ANDREW R. . . Rockledge, Ga. JOHNSON, FORREST Ii. . . . Elberton, Ga. JOHNSON GERALD W ......... Atlanta, Ga. JOHNSON, GUY M., Lambda Chi Alpha . Jacksonville, Fla. JOHNSON JOEL A ......... West Point, Ga. JOHNSON JOSEPH C., Kappa Alpha . . . Macon, Ga. JOHNSON LUTHER C ......... Deville, La. JOHNSON NATHAN M., JR .... . Decatur, Ca. .IOlNER, ROY C., JR. . . . . Vienna, Ga. JONES, CHARLES A. . . Memphis, Tenn. JONES, CHRISTOPHER H ...... Northport, N. Y. JONES, EMERY B., Sigma Phi Epsilon . . Orlando, Fla. JONES, HENRY B ........... Wrens, Ga. JONES, LARRY P ........... Atlanta, Ga. JONES, NEWELL M., Phi Gamma Della . . Atlanta, Ga. JONES, WILLIAM R ........ Thomasville, Ga. JORDAN, JAMES M. . . . . Atlanta, Ga. JOYNER, JOSEPH H., JR. . . . Macon, Ga. JUDD, WILSON A., Theta Xi . . Westfield, N. Y. JUSTUS, CARL G ...... . Hapeville, Ga. KANE, JOHN J ..... ..... A tlanta, Ga. KAZANGEY, THOMAS . . New York City, N. Y. KEE, MARVIN E. . . . . .... Monette, Ark. KEENE, WILLIAM P ......... Kingsland, Ga. KEITH, CARLTON H., Delta Tau. Delta. . . . Rome, Ca. KELLER, NORMAN B., JR ...... . Atlanta, Ga. KELLEY, CHARLES N., Beta Theta Pi . Loganville, Ga. KELLEY, MARSCHELL W ..... Middlebush, N. J. KELLY, THOMAS J., JR., Sigma Chi, Coral Gables, . . Umatilla, KEMP, TED .......... KENDALL, ROLAND B., Pi .Kappa Alpha . . Miami, KENDRICK, JAMES A ...... . Baton Rouge, KENNEDY, J. PAT, Sigma Nu. . . KENT, JACK C ....-. . . Eaton Park, . El Dorado, Fla. Fla Fla. La. Ark. Fla. KING, KING, KING FRE HME KILCLINE, FREDERICK W ....... Savannah, G0- CHARLES G., Sigma Phi Epsilon . . Atlanta, Ga. JONJ .... ...... LARRYD........ . . Canton, N. C. . . . Decatur, Ga. KlNGl RICHARD D ........ Marked Tree, Ark. KINNETT, JAMES T., JR., Sigma Alpho Epsilon, Macon, Ga. KIRCHLOFF, WILLIAM E., Pi Kappa Alpha, Sanford, Fla. KIRWAN, MICHAEL K., Tau Kappa Epsilon . Atlanta, Ga. KITCHENS, WENDALL R ........ Atlanta. GG- KLEVECZ, ROBERT R., Phi Sigma Kappa . Davon, COUN- KNAPP, CHARLES E ......... Lakeland, Fla. KNEECE, R. ROYCE, JR ..... Tau Kappa Epsilon KNIGHT, JACK M., Phi Della Theta KNIGHT, JAMES E ....... KNIGHT KNIGHT KNIGHT KNOWLES, BEVERLY B ....... Stockbridge, KNOWLES, DAVID R ....... KOENIG, PHILLIP R., JR ..... Sigma Phi Epsilon KOKAL, AUGUST, JR ...... KOPLAN, IRWIN, Alpha Epsilon Pi . KORALEK, ALAN S., Alpha Epsilon KORTES, JERRY M ....... , WILBUR R., Tau. Kappa Epsilon . Franklin, Pi . Silver Spring, Md. . Greenville, S. C. . . East Point, Ga. , JOHN G., JR ..... Fernandina Beach, Fla. Tau Kappa Epsilon , WALTER D., Phi Gamma Delta . Lowland, Tenn. La. Ga. . . Toeeoa, Ga. . . Baltimore, Md. . . Marietta, Ga. . . . Dalton, Ga. . . Atlanta, Ga. . . East Point, Ga. KOVAL, HAROLD, Alpha Epsilon Pi KOWAL, JEFFREY A., Alpha Epsilon Pi KOWN, WILLIAM B. ..... . KREBS, MALCOLM S. ...... Pascagoula, Miss. KREUZBURG, STEVEN D ....... Pikesville, Md. KRUPA, JOHN, III, Sigma Phi Epsilon . Castleton, N. Y. KULBACK, ARTHUR D ..... New Brunswick, N. J. Tau Epsilon Phi . . Brooklyn, N. Y. . Newton, Mass. . Cartersville, Ga. KURTZ, HOWARD W. . ..... Mount Airy, N. C. LACY, OLIN M., JR., Phi Gamma Delta . Houston. Texas LAM, YUEN G ............ Augusta, Ca. LANCASTER, DAVID H., Della Sigma Phi . Decatur, Ga. LANDRETH, HARRELL L ....... LaGrange, Ga. LANDRUM, CHARLES R. . .... Adairsville, Ga. LANG, STEPHEN, JR. . . Whilesville. W. Va. LANTZ, ROBERT B. . . . . LAS-XLLA, VINCENT J. . LATIMER, WALTER F., JR .... Sigma Phi Epsilon LAURENS, ROBERT L. .... . LAVOY, ALAN A., Alpha Tau Omega LAW, JOHN A ..... .... LAWRENCE, GEORGE C. . . . . Beta Them Phi LAWSON, ROBERT L., Sigma Nu . LEACH, WILLIAM O., JR ..... Alplm Tun Omega LEE, CHARLES C., JR ...... LEE, WILLIAM E .... . . LEEPER, CHARLES C. . . . . . LEFF, CLYDE T., Alpha Epsilon Pi LeMOYNE, IRVE C., Della Tau Della . LESLIE, CHARLES P., JR ...... LEVIN, LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS, LEWIS LIGON LILLY: RICHARD S., Phi Epsilon Pi GERALD W. ..... . ROBERT A. . . ROBERT P., Sigma Chi . . THOMAS E., JR. . . JOHN A .,..... BEN E., Kappa Alpha . . Reseda, Calif. . Brooklyn, N. Y. . . Andalusia, Ala. . . . Macon, Ga. . . Norwalk, Conn. . . . Albany, Ga. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. . . Atlanta, Ga. . Gadsden. Ala. . Allillllil, Ga. . . . Edison, Ga. . Kingsport, Tenn. Columbia, S. C. Brownsville, Texas . Dunlap, Tenn. . . Roanoke, Va. . . Moultrie, Ga. . Montgomery, Ala. . Chattanooga, Tenn. Ga. . . Carthage, Ga. . . . Griflin, . Gainesville, Ga. LINEBERGER, WILLIAM C. . LINERODE, JAMES D. . . LITTLE, AUGUSTINE P., III Sigma Alpha Epsilon. LITTLE, JAMES H., III ...... Jonesboro, Ark. . . Atlanta, Ga. . Louisville, O. . . Savannah, Ga. T-ITTLEFIELD. JERRY M. . . Adairsville. Ga. LIVINGSTON, DALE P ....... Lutlingtun, Mich. LOCKE, WARREN J., JR. ..... Columbus, Miss. .Tau Kappa Epsilon. LOCKEMANN, FREDERICK W .... Rochester, N. Y. LOCKWOOD, RICHARD C. ..... Wharton, N. J. LOHRENGEL, GERT J. . LONG, THOMAS T., JR., Kappa Alpha . . Starke, LONGINO, GEORGE F., III . . . LOONEY, ROBERT E., JR. LOVE, LUEY, SAMUEL H ....... JOHN 'D., Sigma Alpha Epsilon LUMMUS, WILLIAM S., JR .... LUNDY, THOMAS E ....... LYLE, MABRY, HOWARD P., JR., Them TERRY A., Sigma Nu . . . Chi MACGIBBON, JA-MES D. .... MACKOUL, JEROME R, . MACLEOD, DAVID S ..... San Jose, Costa Rica Fla. . College Park, Ga. . . Atlanta, Ga. . . . Ringgold, Gu. . Birmingham, Ala. . . . Atlanta, Ga. . Union Point, Ga. . . Villa Rica, Ga. . Greenwood, S. C. . Palatka, Fla. . Jacksonville, Fla. . Clarkesville, Ga. Robertson, Mo. Paragould, Ark. Manoox, ERNEST it ........ Maooox, JIMMY D., sigma Nu .... MADDOX, WILLIAM H., Phi Delia Theta MAGNAN JESSE D., JR. . MAKSI, GREGORY E. . . ,U U MANER, WILLIAM A., III, Chi Phif . Atlanta, Ga. Hogansville, Ga. . Orlando, Fla. -' . Augusta, Ga. I ass of '61 MANE'I"I'A, JON L., Lunzhrln Chi Alpha . . Roanoke, Va. MANN, RAYMOND L.. JR .... . MANSON, RONALD D., Them Xi . MARCIIANT, ALBERT A., IR. . Sigma Chi MARCUM, DON C., JR ..... . MARKS. JAMES ll., Phi Kappa Tau . . Orzillu, Ca. . . llradford, O. . Jumzksunville, Fla. . Durham. N. C. . . . Allunla, Ca. MARQUIS, JAMES D., Pi Khppu Alpha . Ivlompllis, Tenn. MARROCCO. DAVID A., Phi Kappa Tun . Clifton, N. .I. MARSH, BOB L .... LAWRENCE II. M A RSH. MARSII, SAMUEL O. ..... . MARTIN. MARTIN MARTIN CHARLES L ...... . WILLIAM J .... . . Phi Gummn llvlm MARTIN MASON, . WILLIAM 'l'., Kappa Alpha AIATIIEWS. .IAMICS ll., Kappa fllphu NIAIILIIIN. JAMES E., flllrhu Trlu Urnzrgn . Camilla MAY. JAMES ll .... . MAY, ROSEMARIE P. . . MAY5. HENRY ll.. Pi Kuppu fllplm XIv.IIlAMS, Wll.l.IANl R. . . . . . NIvAl,PlN. .IAMICS .I. . . . Ill-AllI.lI"FIi, ROIII:IIl'l' . Xlrllli.-XYICII, ROIIERT Y.. JR. . . . XI.-Cl..-INIC. GLENN Ii .-.... . Nh-CI.Ol,'IJ, XVAIIIIER I.. ll. Uzrlfu Tun Il4'Cl.llllIf, II'll.l.IAAI F., JR. IIMIIIIIIIICK, ITUSTEII . . XIVCIIIIIIICK. IIIZZNIIY 'I' .... . IIIIIOIYICN. DAYID S.. Knppu ,-llphu . 1l4'CUY. IYILIGY R., Jll. . . . . All-LRARI. .lAXIl'.S I. .... . XlvClIl.l..OCll. MICHAEL .I .... . Phi Iinmmu Dcllu XI.-Cl'I.I.Ol,IClI. TIIOXIAS I, .... XHIIAXIEI., RAYMOND M.. JR. . . Pi Kuppn Alpha Ill'llANlEl.. IYILLIAAI l-I., JR, , , . XIvIlON.II.D, IIENJAXIIN li., III . . Phi llvllu Them XlrDONAl..D, DAVID II. . . . . YI:-lIUN.Il.Il, II'Al,'l'ER R.. JR. . Nl:-DONNELL. CARY T. . . RlrIiLROY. HOBBY J. . . NMAFERRIN. GLENN li. . . XI4rCI-II-Q. KENNETH C., JR. . . M1-CRA'l'll, LESLIE H ...... XIcGRIFI7, ROBERT C., Sigma Chi . MvILYAlNE. .IAXIES T ....., Mc-INTOSH, EDWARD J., Them Chi McKAY. JAMES W. C.. IR. . McKEE, JAMES R ...... . NHKERALL. SAMUEL G.. II . . MQKIBBEN, WILLIAM P .... . McKINLEY, JOHN H.. JR ..... FRANCIS A., fllphrr Tau Omega . Deculur, . . Macon, Ca. . Puinlsvillu. Ky. . Bradenton, Flu. . . Iluinlmrirlgc, Cu. , HOWARD C., JR., Kuppu fllphu . Allanla, Ca. . Sumurville, Tcnn. . . . Allmny. Cn. Ga. . . . Dawson. Cu. , Ca. Dvcalur, Cn. . . . Miami, Fla. . . . AIIIUIILI, Cu. College Park. Ga. . lI'Icmpl1is, Tenn. . Atlnnln, Ca. Cllallanuugn, T4-nn. . Wilminglon, Dvl, llvllu . Allunlu, Ca. . . . Canton. Ca. . . Dallas, Texas . Winnzlnvslcr, Ky. . . Mum-un. Ca. . Bristol. Trznn. . . l':mamzl.l"la. . Fl. Tlnnnas. Ky. . Fnirlxurn, Ca. . . Cluamblccr, Ca. Daytona Beacll. Flu. . . . Macon, Ga. . Charlrrston, S. C. . . Decatur. Ca. . . Allanln, Ca. . . Anniston, Ala. . Box Springs, Ga. . New Orleans, La. . Plant City, Fla. . Nashville. Tenn. . . . Camilla, Ca. . . Carrollton, Ca. . College Park, Ca. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. . Birmingham, Ala. . McDonough, Ga. . . Brookside, Ky. 'Sigma Alpha Epsilon Ma-KINNON. CHARLES A.. JR. . . McKISSlCK, RUTI-IERFORD B.. IR. MuLAIN, GARRISON B.. Phi Camilla Delzu . Miami, MQLEOD, JOHN D., JR ...... Tau Kappa Epsilon Mr-MILLAN, JIMMY H ..... . McR.-XE, DAVID E ........ McTAGUE. STEPHEN B., JR., Chi Phi . . Norfolk, MECHOSO, AMELIO E ...... MEDLOCK. BOBBY I .... . . MEILL, MICHAEL E., Phi Gamma Delta . . Atlanta, MEINCKE, HARLAN H ...... MELLICHAMP, JOSEPH M., Beta Them Pi . Toccoa, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. . . . Atlanta, Ga. Fla. . . Pelham, N. Y. . Locust Grove, Ga. . . . Decatur, Ga. Va. . . Matanzas, Cuba . . . Atlanta, Ga. Ca. . . Mt. Dora, Fla. Ga. MENDIRI, PEDRO R. ..... Maracaibo, Venezuela MENDIVIL, FREDDY E ...... MERCER, JAMES C., JR ....... McDonough, MERCER, RONALD R., Phi Kappa Sigma . Savannah, MERTON, DENNIS P ...... Pompano Beach, Sigma Phi Epsilon MEXIC, DARRYL R., Phi Epsilon Pi MEYER, E. EUGENE ...... Phi Sigma Kappa MIDDLEBROOKS, HARRY L., IR. . Alpha Tau. Omegal MIDDLEBROOKS, JAMES D., JR. . Lambda Chi Alpha MIELCZARSKI, ANTHONY F., JR., Them Chi, MILAM, EDWARD L., III .... MILES, ROBERT D., Kappa Alpha . MILES, WALTER W., JR .... . MILES, WILSON D., JR .... . MILLER, CLAUDE M .... MILLER, GEORGE T., IR. . MILLER, WILLIAM A. . . MILLS, JOHN B., III . . . . MILLS, WILLIAM H., JR. . . MINOR, WILLIAM K. . . MINTON, HARVEY E. . MITCHELL, DONALD E. . MITCHELL, WILLIAM T. . . . Oruro, Boliva Ga. Ga. Fla. . New Orleans, La. . Charleston, S. C. . . Thomaston, Ca. . . . Haddock, Ga. Pensacola, Fla. . . . Decatur, Ca. . . . Baxley, Ga. . . . Atlanta, Ga. . Birmingham, Ala. . . Murray. Ky. . Sylvania, Ga. . . . Tifton, Ga. . . . Griffin, Ga. St. Petersburg, Fla. . . . Atlanta, Ga. . Augusta, Ca. . . Atlanta, Ga. . Memphis, Tenn. FRESHME I ' MOBLEY, WILSON s ...... MONTGOMERY, PAUL B., Chi Phi . MONTIEL, HUGO R. ..... . MCNTY,RUDY V., Sigma Nu . . . I I MOON, BEN L .......... L MOON, ELLIOTT C., Tau Kappa Epsilon MOORE, RALPH J. . . . . . - - MOORE, ROY C., Tau Kappa Epsilon l MOORE, THOMAS A. ...... . MOORE, WIHAYNE R., Bela Theta Pi . MOORE, WILLIAM S., III .... . MORELAND, JOHN A., Kappa Alpha . MORGAN, IVESLEY G., JR., Sigma Nu MORRIS, LARRY E .... MORRIS, ROBERT M. . . MORRISON, ROBERT A. . MORROS, CONSTANTINE D. . MOSS, WILLIAM F ..... MOTHERSHED, ROY W., JR. . . MOTZ, FREDRICK C., Sigma Nu, . . MUENCH, JOHN M. . . MULE, JOHN M. . . . MURRAY MULLEN, SIDNEY R., Kappa Sigma . . MULLEN, WALTER W., .IR .... . MULLINS, WAYNE F. . MUMPER. MELVIN E. . MURPHY, BRIAN M. . MURPHY, JOE D. . . . MURPHY, JOEL T. ..... , MURPHY, THOMAS A., Theta Chi . . JAMES C., Sigma Chi . . . MUSTIN, RICHARD T .... MYERS, CLARENCE R., JR. . NAVE, CARL R ......... NAVICKAS, EDWARD W., JR .... Alpha Tau Omega NEAL, HAROLD D., Pi Kappa Alpha . NEAL, JOHN A., Kappa Sigma . . . NEAL, WILLARD R. ..... . . NEAL, WILLIAM C., Alpha Tau Omega NELSON, JIMMY E ........ NEWMAN, WILBUR K., IR., Tau Kappa NEWTON, MELVIN G., Delta Tau Della NEWTON, RUSSELL E., JR ..... Lambda Chi Alpha NICHOLL, MICHAEL O'N. . NICHOLS, EDWARD L., III . NICHOLS, NICHOLSON, HERBERT F., JR. . NIX, FREDDIE L. .... . NOBLE, RALPH F. . . NOBLE, WILLIAM J., JR. . OSCAR T .... NELSON, JON C., Sigma Nu ....... Decatur, NORMAN, JAMES H. . . NORTON, ELLIS R. . NORTON, KELLY E. . NORTON, LEON A ........ NORTON, LOYD P., Lambda Chi Alpha NORTON, ROBERT J. ...... . NORTON, ROSS E., Phi Delta Theta . O'BRIEN, PAUL K., Tau Kappa Epsilon ODEN, STEPHEN F ........ ODOM, SHEPHERD A., Sigma Na . ODUM, WILLIAM H., JR ..... O,HARA, PATRICK J., JR., Theta Chi OIEN, NORMAN C., Tau Kappa Epsilo O'KON, MARY R. . . OLDKNOW, JOSEPH W. OLDKNOW, ROBERT W OLSEN, PETER A. . ONLEY, FRANKLYN R., ORDONEZ, GUILLERMO . 'Jef' .' ORMISTON, GEORGE A., JR. . . . Theta Chi OTTO, DARRYL D., Alpha Tau Omega OVREVIK, RUSSELL L. ..... . OWEN, JERRY M ......... OXFORD, RAY A., Phi Della Theta . . PADRON, FRANK R ....... PAIR, JOHN R., Sigma Phi Epsilon . PARHAM, CHARLES L. . . . . . PARKE, MICHAEL C., Tau Kappa Epsilon. PARKER, C. DAVID ....... . Decatur, Ga. . . Rome, Ga. . Marianao, Cuba . Clarkesdale, Miss. . College Park, Ga. . . Orlando, Fla. . Gainesville, Ga. . Spartanburg, S. C. . Jacksonville, Fla. . . Denton, Texas . . . Miami, . Thomasville, Ga. Fla. . . . Atlanta, Ga. . Thomson, Ga. . . Atlanta, Ga. . Orlando, Fla. . Birmingham, Ala. . . . Joliet, Ill. . . Atlanta, Ga. . Habersham, Ga. . . Tampa, Fla. . Waukegan, Ill. . Bainbridge, Ga. . Silver Spring, Md. . East Point, Ga. . Dunkirk, N. Y. . Aiken, S. C. . Bessemer, Ala. Panama City, Fla Forest Park, Ga. . Edisto Is., S. C. MUSITANO, CHARLES M., Tau Kappa Epsilon . Erlton, N. J. . Stuttgart, Ark. . Memphis, Tenn. . . Newport, Ark. . Waterbury, Conn. . . . Atlanta,Ga. . Silver Spring, Md. . Fayetteville,Cva. . . Columhus,Ga. NEELY, JAMES E., Tau Kappa Epsilon . Belmont,N. C. Ga. Ga. . Sugar Valley, Epsilon, Dalton, Ga. . . . Millen,Ga. . . Louisvillc,Ky. . Montclair, N. J. Birmingham, Ala. . . Jesup, Ga. . Roswell, Ga. . . Marietta, Ca. Birmingham, Ala. . Cartersville, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. . Albany, Ga. . Dalton, Ga. . . . Atlanta, Ga. . Douglasville, Ga. Fla. . . . Miami, . . . Leary, Ga. . Graniteville, S. C. . Anniston, Ala. . . Atlanta, Gu. . Covington, Ga. . Palm Beach, Fla. n . . Miami, Fla. . . . Decatur, Ga. Atlanta, Ga. . . . Atlanta, Ca. Saranac Lake, N. Y. . Temperanceville, Va. . Bucnrnmangia, Colombia Warner Robbins, Ga. . Pasadena, Texas . East Point, Ga. . . Atlanta, Ga . . Decatur, Ga. . Clenfuegos, Cuba . . Decatur, Ga. . Hogansville, Ga. . Ventura, Calif. Chattanooga, Tenn. PARKER, JOHN A., Phi Gamma Della . . . Decatur, Ga. PARRISH, LEO G., JR., Della Tau Delta . East Point, Ga. PARSONS, GLEN S., Alpha Tau Omega . Charleston, S. C. PASSARELLI, JOSE M ...... Guatemala, Guatemala PATTILLO, JOE L., JR. . . . . PATTON, WILLIAM G. . . . . LaGrange,Ga. . . . Atlanta,Ga. I' 7 lass of 61 PAUL. A. PONDER . . PAYNE, WILLIAM O. . . PEARMON, RAYMOND S. . PEARSON, GEORGE R., JR. PEAVEY, WAYNE M. . . . PEAVY, PATRICK W., Sigma PEKKARINEN, MICHAEL 0. PENN, CARLTON D .... IIEREZ. JOSE L ..... . PERKINS. SI-IEPPARD E., JR. . . . I PERRY, JOE J., III, Sigma Al I'ER'l'EI5'l', HENRY J. . . PETERSON, RICHARD L. . . Beaumont, Texas . . . Rome, Cn. . . . Tiftoll, Ga. Jacksonville, Fla. . Fitzgerald, Gu. , La. Ill. Gu. Alpha Epsilon . Shreveport. . . . . . Wuukegul1, . . .... Covington, . . Sun Juan, Puerto Rico . . . Claxton, Ga. :hu Epsilon . . Atlunlzl, Cu. . . . . . . . Athens, Gu. . . . . Ormond llcach, Flu. PETIT, PARKER H., Pi Kappa Phi . . Isle of Palms, C. PETTY, W. NORMAN . . . . . . . . Englunrl,Ark. PIVAITF, CHARLES A., Them Chi . . Asheville, N. C. PIIARR. JAMES P .... . . Decatur, Gu. PIIIFER, CLARENCE G., JR. PIIILLIPS, JERRY E. . PIIILLIPS, O'l'IS D.. III PIIILLIPS, ROBERT P. PIERCE. THOMAS J.. JR. . PIERSON, CHARLES D. . PIERSON, RONALD A. PINKERTON, FREDERIC PITTARD. RICHARD G. PLASTRIDGE, ROBERT A.. J POPE, MILTON E ..... I'OR'I'l-IR, ROBERT I.., fllphu l'OR'l'ERl"II-Il..D, CHARLES D. 1 POTI-JET, WILLIAM T., JR. POWELL. JAMES I. .... POWELL, WILLIAM E. . . l'OWI11RS, JOHN L., JR. . . KR. . . . Gallney, C. . Illrminghnm, Ala. . . Augusta, Ca. . North East, Mal. . Franklin, Ky. . Vitlullia, Ga. . Anniston, Ala. . . Macon, Cu. . Latham, N. Y. . Greenville, Ga. . . Atlanta, Ga . XVnuchulu, Flu. Greenbrier, Tenn. lt: .... ' Tau Omega Ii Kalrprl Alpha . Glasgow, Ky. . . . . Richmond, Ky. Ga. Ill. . . Atlanta, Ft. Sheridan, Tau Knppn Epxilnn l'RA'I'IIER, I-'RANK A., JR. Sigma Chi 1-mss'roN, emu' K., Kappa PUERTO, DANIEL M ....... PURYIS, JAMES O .... PUTNAM, F. SUSAN . PYLE. JOSEPH W. . RADIVORD, GARLAND. JR. RAMSEY. ERNEST C. . . RANCK, WILLIAM W., Chi RANDALL, RAPHAEI.. B., JR. . RANDALL, RICHARD R., JR . . . Birmingham, Alu. RAULERSON, BAS-COM A., JR. . RANSOM, WILLIAM E. . RAY, DAVID D., Sigma Chi READY, JAMES S., JR., Della Tau Della . . Augusta REBMANN, MICHAEL R., Phi Kappa Pi, RECTOR, JAMES H., Sigma Chi . . . REDIC, JAMES R ..... REECE, ROBERT D., Kappa Sigma . REEDER, CHARLES M. . . REETZ, CLEMENT E. . REID, DAVID L. . . REID, EUGENE E., JR. . . RENTZ, DONALD V., Phi Gamma Delta . Ft. Myers, RESTER, ALAN G., Kappa Alpha . . REYES, FELIX M. . . . REYNOLDS, WILLIAIXI D. . . . RHOADES, JAMES C. . RHOADES, VERNE L. . RICE, CALVIN W., JR. . RICHARDS, CARL W. . . RICHARDSON, .ALFRED CAVE, JR. . RICHARDSON, DONALD A., Sigma Nu, N RICHARDSON, JAMES C., JR. . . . RIDLEY, FRANK M. . . . RILEY, CHARLES C., JR. RILEY, SIDNEY W. . . RITCHIE, DANIEL J. . . RITTENHOUSE, OLIVER C. ROBERTS, CHARLES W. . Sigma Phi ROBERTS, JAMES E .... ROBERTS, PAUL C., III . ROBERTS, WALTER L. . . ROBERTSON, WILLIAM F. ROBIN, THEODORE T., JR. ROBINSON, GEORGE H., JR. ROBINSON, HENRY H., Chi ROBINSON, JOSEPH J., JR., ROGERS, BILL C., Delta Tau Delta . . ROLLESTON, CHARLES B., Chi Phi BOOKS, JOHN A. . . . . ROOKS, WILTON M. . ROOS, HARRY E., III . ROPER, CARLTON J. . Fort Myers. Fla. . . Joppa, Md. . Guantanamo. Cuba S igmu . Fitzgerald, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. Ca. . Monroe, Denmark. S. C. Forest, Park, Phi . Ca. . . Dcv:atur,Ca. . . . . Dccatur,Gu. . Patterson, Gu. . . Miami, Fla. . Ca. Manchester, Tenn. . . Orlando, Fla. . . . Lydia, S. C. . Greer, C. . . . Baltimore, Md. . . Dial, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. . . . . . St. Louis, Mo. Fla. . Mobile, Alu. . . . . Havana, Cuba . . Atlanta, Ga. . . . Kinston, Ala. . Huntington, W. Va. . Milledgeville, Ga. . . . . . . Augusta, Ga. Chattanooga, Tenn. ew Rochelle, N. Y. . . . Jesup,Ga. . . . . . At1anta,Ga. . W. Palm Beach, Fla. . . . Waverly, Ky. . . Bel Air, Md. . . . . . East Point, Ga. . . . . Birmingham, Ala. Epsilon . . . . . Douglas, Ga. . . . . Columbus, Ga. . Statesboro, Ga. . . . Atlanta, Ga. , . Bay St. Louis, Miss. , , . Jackson, Miss. Psi .... Savannah, Ga. Beta Theta. Pi, Lakeland, Fla. East Point, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. . , . . Carrollton, Ga. . . Tifton, Ga. . Pine Lake, Ga. . Hartwell, Ga. FRE ROPER, RALPH XV., III . . . ROSE, JAMES E., Della Sigma Phi . ROSE, WAYNE O. ...... . ROSEN, MARK H., Phi Epsilon Pi . ROUSH, DUNCAN A.. Pi Kappa Alpha ROWE, JOHN R., JR., Kappa Alpha RUMBLE, RAY N. ...... . RUNTON, DAVID L. . . RUSHTON, EULIE A., JR. . . . . Sigma Phi Epsilon RUST, JOHN R., Phi Gamma Della . . RUTHERFORD, ROBERT W. . . RUTLAND, JAMES T. . . . . RUTLAND, THOMAS C, III . RYKARD, BILLY B. ...... . RYTER, HENRY A ....... . VI . Augusta, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. . . Desoto, Ga. . Springfield, Mo. . . Cochran, Ga. . Pittsburgh, Pa. . . Atlanta, Ga. Jacksonville, Fla. Keystone Hts., Fla. . Charlotte, N. C. . Savannah, Ga. . Cuthbert, Ga. . Columbus, Ga. . . Valdosta, Ga. . . Canton, O. SAACKE, CHARLES F., Phi Della Theta . . Atlanta, Ga. SAFFELL, JAMES A. . . Daytona Beach, Fla. SANBORN, ALDEN E. . . . . . . Orlando, Fla. SANDERS, ERROL F ......... Columbus, Ga. SANDERS, MORRIS A., Theta Chi . . Birmingham, Ala. SANDS, GERALD S., Alpha Epsilon Pi . . Savannah, Ga. SANDS, JEROME D., JR., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Macon, Ga. SANNER, RICHARD E., Lambda Chi Alpha . Atlanta, Ga. SATTERFIELD, CARL R. ....... Atlanta, Ga. SATTINGER, STANLEY S. .... St. Petersburg, Fla. SAUNDERS, ROBERT J., Kappa Sigma . Ft. Worth, Texas SAVILLE, WALTER W., Chi Phi . . . . Atlanta, Ga. SAYE, THOMAS E., Sigma Chi . . . . Atlanta, Ga. SAYE, WILLIAM B., Alpha Tau Omega . Madison, Ca. SCALES, CHARLES D ..... . . . Metairie, La. SCARBOROUGH, WILLIAM H. . . . Dublin, Ga. SCHANBACHER, ORVILLE W., JR. . . Birmingham, Ala. Phi Della Theta SCHAUFELE, CHRIS B ..... . . . Dublin, Ga. SCHMITT, MICHAEL V. ..... Chickamauga,Ga. SCHNUR, JOHN J., Bela Them Pi . Caracas, Venezuela SCHOEN, GEORGE L., JR ..... SCHONENBERG, EDUARDO C., JR. . . Atlanta, Ga. . San Salvador, El Salvador SCHWANEBECK, JOSEPH C., Kappa Sigma, Savannah, Ga. SCHWARTZ, RICHARD H., Phi Epsilon SCULLEY, GEORGE F., JR. SEARCY, JOHN S., JR. . SEAY, DONALD L. . . SELLERS, JOHN D. SELLERS, LARRY T. . SERFF, PAUL C., II . . SESSOMS, JOHN C., JR. . SHARPE, WILLIAM C. . . SHAW, JOHN C., Alpha Tau Omega . SHEALY, DAVID S., JR. . SHEALY, JASPER E., III . SHEAROUSE, JAMES D., JR Tau Kappa SHEFTALL, DWIGHT M., JR. . . . SHELTON, SAMUEL V. . . SHEPHERD, GLENN A ....... Epsilon Pi, Brooklyn, N. Y. . Key West, Fla. Ga. Mo. Va. Ca. Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. . Thomasville, . Kansas City, Huntington, W. . . . Cairo, . Columbus, . Atlanta, . . Atlanta, . Brunswick, Va. Incl. . . Aiken, S. C. . Richmond, Indianapolis, . . Atlanta, Ga. Boynton Beach, Fla. . Louisville, Ohio SHEPHERD, RONALD C., Beta Theta Pi . . Berry, Ala. SHERWOOD, PHILLIP L., Pi Kappa Alpha . Atlanta, Ga. SHIPMAN, MARCUS B. . . SHORT, THOMAS M. . . . . . . Vienna, Ga. . . . Rayle,Ga. SHROUT, DAVID S. ...... Cape Girardeau, Mo. SHULTZ, J. DWAYNE, Phi Gamma Delia SHUPING, RALPH Y., .IR .... . SIKES, DELL B., Delia Tau Delta . SILK, DAVID N., Alpha Epsilon Pi SILLS, JESSE A., JR ...... SIMMONS, EDWARD T. . . . . Phi Gamma Della SIMMONS, HENRY H., Chi Phi . SIMPSON, LESLIE G. . . . SIMPSON, WILLIAMS A., JR. . SIMS, ARTHUR M. . . . . SIMS, JAMES R., Sigma Chi . SINGLETON, JAMES P., JR. . SINNOTT, JAMES M., Sigma Nu . SIPPEL, ANDREW A., Sigma Nu . SLEDGE, JAMES W., Kappa Sigma SMALLWOOD, PHILLIP L. . . . SMITH , CARLOS H., JR., Lambda Chi . . Tampa, Fla. . . Augusta, Ga. . Glennville, Ca. . Morriston, N. J. . Hapeville, Ga. Kansas City, Mo. . Savannah,Ga. . Fayetteville,Ga. . Greenwood, S. C. . . Decatur, Ga. Chattanooga, Tenn. . . Eatonton, Ga. . El Dorado, Ark. . Memphis, Tenn. Parkersburg, W. Va. . . Garfield, Ca. Alpha, Macon, Ga. SMITH, CHANDLER B. ...... Forest Park, Ca. SMITH. DONALD N., JR. ....... Greer, S. C. SMITH, HAL, JR. ....... Chattanooga, Tenn. SMITH, HERMET E., JR., Delta Tau Delta . Apopka, Fla. SMITH, JAMES H. . Atlanta, Ca. SMITH, JOHN R- . Patterson, Ga. SMITH, LYMAN B. . . Arlama, Ga. SMITH, MERRILL L. ....... . Macon,Ga. SMITH, ROSSER E. ......... Macon, Ga. SMITH, SIDNEY R., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Potsdam, N. Y. SMITH, STANLEY J. ......... Miami, Fla. SMITH, WALLACE H., Delta Tau. Delia . Canton, Ohio lass of 761 SMITH, WIMBERLY A., Bela Theta Pi SMOAK, MARVIN P. . . SNEDDIJIN, BILL M., Phi Sigma Kappa SNODCRASS, A. EDWARD, JR. . . . Hnrnillon, Cu. . North, S. C. . Milford, Conn. . . Bc1Air, Md. Lamlnla Chi Alpha SNOW, DENMAN T., II, Tau. Kappa Epsilon . Athens, SOLLENIIERCER, RODNEY J. ..... Pomona, Gu. Ca. SOMERSTEIN, DAVID E., Phi Epsilon Pi, Charleston, S. C. SUPER, JOHN W. ........ FuyettcvilIe,Gu. SOllREI.I.S, l'l'IlI.,II' R., Sigma Nu . . Monroe, Cn. SORIIELLS, WILLIAM C., Sigma Nu . . Monmc, Cn. SOUTII, HENRY F. ....... . Cuthbert, Cu. 5OU'I'I'l, JIMMY I, .... . . Atluntu,Ci1. SPEAKS, WILLIAM E. . . . Atluntn, Cu. SPFIAS. RICIIAIID W. .... . St. Alhuns, W. Vu. Sl'l'ilGlI'I'S, ll0IilCIl'l' Ill., JH. . .... Decatur, Gil. SPERRY. GEORGE I'I., Sigma .fllpha Epsilon, Alhuny, Gu. Sl'll'1S. JAMES A., Phi Gamma Delta . . Albnny,Gu. Sl'lIA'I'l.IN, JAMES ........ Atluntn, Cn. SQIIIIIISS. CIIARLIQS J., Phi .Sigma Kappa, Rnclirrslrsr, Minn. S'I':lMI'S, DUN D. .......... .I2Spcr,Gu. 5'l'AI'l.l'I'I'IlN, CIIAIILIQS Ill. .... . Cttlquill, Ga. Sigma Alpha Epsilon STARLINII, IIUNALD A., Sigma Nu . . . Dnuglus,Gn. S'I'.'llINI'iS. JAMES II., JR., Phi Ur-lla Theta . Norfolk, Vu. STARNES, IIALl'lI li., JII ........ Smyrna, Cu. S'l'I-IADIIAM. IllI.l.Y W., Pi Kappa Alpha . Chnrlollv, N. C. S'I'I1iI'iI.I'i, JAMES P., III, Kappa flipha . . AtIuntu,G:. 5'I'I'il'llI'iNS. HARRY P. ...... . Atlanta, Ca. 5'l'I'll'lfNSON, CI.AIll':NI'iIf XV. .... . Atlgttslll, Cu. S'I'l'lW-tlI'l'. J. lVll.I.IAIll . . . Kttrltws Cily, IYIO. S'I'l'ilVAIl'I', IIICIIARII C. . Iirttnswiclgcft. S'I'Il.I.. .IICIIRY I.. . . . . Dt-1-nlur,Ga. S'I'll'I:1. lIOIll'IR'l' Il. . S'l'OJliIl,-K. ST.KNl.l'IY T.. JR . Ft. Worth, Texas . St. Louis, Mo. STOKI-IS. JINIMY I". .... . . . Perry. Cu. STUNIJI. CEORCIC A. ...... , Clarkston, Cn. STONE, CI-IORCE W., JR., Thrla Xi .... Rome, Ca. STONE. STOWI-I. STRAIN. STR ICKI..-XND, EDWIN A. K I-INNETII Il. JOIIN l'I,, Lamlarla I.'hi..'llpl1a ICDXYIN II., Chi Phi Gu. . . Cnmptnn,Ca. Mountain View, Phi Dalia Thrla STRICKLANIJ. IRYINC W., STRICKLAND. RECINNIJD 5'l'lIlCKI.AND. WORTIIY EI. STIIOIIO, RAYMOND S. . STUART. KENNETH R. . STUBBLERINE. CHARLES A.. JR. . ' ...... Rome, Gu. . . . . . Ilirrningham, Ala. JR. . . Waycross, Ga. . . . Huzlehurst, Ca. , . . Albany, Ga. . . . Thomasville, Ca. . . . . . . Forsyth, Ca. . . Decatur, Cn. Lgigraa Alpha Epsilon STUDER. YVILLIAM A. ........ Atlanta, Ga. SUDDIJTII, JAMES H.. Tau Kappa Epsilon . Atlanta, Ca. SUCDEN, HARRY, JR. . . . . . . Savannah, Ga. SULLINS, JAMES W. . . . Cartersville, Ga. SULLIVAN, WILLIAM E. .... . . Tampa. Fla. SULLIVAN. WILLIAM F. ..... McKeesport, Pu. Sigma Phi Epsilon: SULLIVAN, WILLIAM R., JR. . . . . Dallas. Texas SUMMERS, EDMUND N., Sigma Chi SUMMERVII.l,Ii, BOBBY J. SUSTER, ABRAHAM B., Tau Epsilon Phi, SWAN. THOMAS J., Beta Them Pi . . SYVANN, RALPH A., Lambda Chi Alpha SWANSON. GEORGE P. ..... . . Savannah, Ga. . . Toccoa, Ga. Cuayaquil, Ecuador . Oak Lawn. Ill. . Brunswick, Ca. Coral Gables, Fla. SWEENEY, PATRICK ..... . St. Albans, W. Va. SYDNOR, ALVIN M., Sigma Chi . . . Richmond, Va. SYLVESTER, JULES L. . SYPHER, PETER . . . TABOR, MARVIN, JR. . TANNEHILL, CHARLES L. . . . Lakes Charles, La. . Washington, D. C. . . Toccoa, Ga. . . . . . . . Urania,La. TARPLEY, THOMAS J., Della Tau Della . . Rome,Ga. TARRANCE, GUY M., JR., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Atlanta, Ga. TAYLOR, CHARLES W. . TAYLOR, JOHN M., JR. . TAYLOR, JOHN R. . . TAYLOR, LEE E. . . . TAYLOR, PAUL L., Lambda TEMPLEMAN, WAYNE G. TEMPLETON, WAYNE A. TERRY, WILLIAM R. . THARP, PHILIP A. . THIELEN, ALFREDO . THIELEN, OSCAR . . . THIGPEN, MARSHALL R.. THOMPSON, JOE F., JR. . JR. . . . . . Ware Shoals, S. C. . . Savannah, Ca. Atlanta, Ga. I. '. i. -. i. Woodbury, Conn. Chi Alpha . Houston, Texas . Decatur, Ga. . . Matthews, Ga. . . Decatur, Ga. Fla. Clearwater, . . Caracas, Venezuela Caracas, Venezuela Statesboro, Ca. Columbia, Tenn. THOMPSON, KENNETH E., Alpha Tau Omega, Brunswick, Ga. THOMPSON, VINCENT B. .... McAdenvi1le, N. C. THOMPSON, WILLIAM L. . . . Savannah, Ga. THOMSON, LORENZO H. . . .... Byron, Ga. THREADGILL, HUGH D. ...... Carrollton, Ga. TIDWELL, EMMETT C., Phi Gamma Della . Atlanta, Ga. TIDWELL, THOMAS T. ........ Atlanta, Ga. TINLEY, FRANK F., Sigma Phi Epsilon . Waynesboro, Ga. FRE TODD. GEORGE M., JR. . . . TOLAND, RONALD H., Lambda Ch TOLMAN, JOSEPH B., Sigma Na . TORBETT, EMERSON A .... TOWNSEND, FRANCIS A. . . i WATSON, JERRY R. ...... . WATSON, LONNIE B., Delta Tau. Della, Phi Kappa Tau Alpha Tau Omega WEBB, JAMES E. ........ . Della Tau Della WELLONS, DONALD L.. Phi Gamma Della Kappa Alpha Alpha . Atlanta, . Ft. McPherson WEITZEL, JAMES M .......... Atlanta WELLS, HARRY T., III ...... College Park , Atlanta, Ga Ga. , Ga. Athens, Tenn. . Aiken, S. C. TOYYNSEND, MICHAEL H. . . . Houston, T TRAVIS, OTIS F., JR., Sigma Chi . Jacksonville, TRAYLOR, STELL B., JR. . . . Barnesville, TRUETT, CHARLES F. ...... Mt, Vernon, TRULUCK, CHARLES H. . ...... Cordcle, exas Fla. Ga. Ga. Ga. TUCKER, DANIEL R., JR., Alpha Tau Omega, Columbus, Ga. TUCKER, WARREN E. ........ Atlanta,Ga, TUMBLIN, W. EVERETT ....... Valdosta, Ga. TURNER, CHARLES S., III ..... Palm Beach, Fla. TURNER, HOMER W., Lambda Chi Alpha . Seaford, Del. TURNER, JOSEPH C .......... Canton, Ga. TURNER, MARLIE L., JR. . . . Statesboro,Ga. TURNER, TOMMY M. . . . Winston-Salem, N. C. TVEDT, KARL J. . . . . . Atlanta, Ga. TYLER, X LARRY D. . . . Jeflersontotvn, Ky. UHLMANN, YEHUDAH . . . . Relxovot, Israel UNDERWOOD, CHARLES R. ...... Atlanta, Ga. VALDES, ALFREDO E ......... Havana, Cuba VANLANDINGHAM, ALFRED R., Kappa Alpha, Macon, Ga. VANZANT, BARNIE L., JR., Bela Theta Pi, Jacksonville, Fla. VAUGHAN, JOSEPH F., JR. ...... Forsyth, Ga. VAUGHAN, PETER R. ........ Atlanta, Ga. VAUGHAN, ROBERT J., Tau Kappa Epsilon, Cleveland, Ga. VAUGHAN, WALTER A., JR ...... Carrollton, Ga. VAUGHN, ROBERT J., JR. ..... Portsmouth, Va. VEAL, BIGE D., Theta Chi ..,.... Cordelc, Ga. VERNER, JACK D., Lambda Chi Alpha . . Monroe, Ga. VICKERY, JAMES D. . . Atlanta, Ca. VICKERY, ROGER K. . .... Hartwell, Ga. VIDOSIC, DOROTHY M ......... Atlanta, Ga. VILLACORTA, EMILIO C. . . Guatemala City, Guatemala VOGEL, PHILLIP T., Tau. Kappa Epsilon . Henderson, Ky. WALDON, J. DALE ......... Jonesboro, Ga. WALKER, JOHN C., Della Tau. Della . . Atlanta, Ga. WALKER, WILLIAM Q., JR. . . . . Sea Island, Ga. Phi Delta Theta WALLACE, ANDERSON, JR. . . . , Arlington, Va. WALLACE, JAMES M., JR. ...... Augusta, Ga. WALLACE, JOSEPH D., Sigma Phi Epsilon, Nitro, W. Va. WALLACE, -ROBERT D., Phi Kappa Sigma . Eltron, Ky. WALLER, LELAND E., Sigma Chi ..., Atlanta, Ga. WALTER, HAROLD G., Phi Epxilavz Pi . Memphis, Tenn. WALTERS, JAMES F. ........ Marietta, Ga. WALTHALL, .IULIAN W., JR., Chi Phi . . Macon, Ga. WALZ, JACK V., Phi Della Theta . . Atlanta, Ga. WARE, RUSSELL L., Beta Theta Pi . . Bristol, Vu. WARREN, LEWIS G. ....... . Minmi,Fla. WATSON, HAROLD L., JR., Them Xi . . . Macon, Ga. East Point, New Orleans, Ga. La. WATSON, RICHARD J. . ...... Bullalo, N. Y. WATTS, WILLIAM R., JR. .... St. Petersburg, WEATHERLY, DAVIS C., Tau Kappa Epsilon, Brnselton, WEATHERS, LUTHER V. .... Daytona Beaolt, WEATHERS, ROBERT D. .... Alexander City, . Atlanta WEBB, WALTER R., JR .... . . Chattanooga, T Fla. Ga. Fla. Ala. , Ca. CDH. WEBSTER, EUGENE C., Phi Kappa Sigma, St. Albans, YV. Va WEBSTER, JOHN R., JR ........ Q Monroe, Ga. WEICHT, THOMAS R. .... . . Corry, Pa. WEIGLE, JAMES C., III .... . . Augusta . , Ga VVEINER, PAUL, Tau. Epsilon Phi . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. . . Jesup, , Ga. Ga. , Ga. WELLS, JAMES R., Sigma Chi .... Jackson, Miss. YVENGLOWSKYJ, ROMAN .... . Miami, Fla. WESLEY, WALTER, Phi Kappa Sigma , Marion, O. WESSENAUER, JAMES R. .... Chattanooga,T BDU. VVESSINGER, LON H., JR ..... . Carrollton, Ga. WEST, ALFRED C ........ . Cobhtawn, Ga. WEST, WALTER B., III, Sigma Chi . . . Marietta, Ga. WESTBERRY, CARLTON J., Sigma Chi . Waycross,Gn. WESTBROOK, WILLIAM L. ...... Decatur, Ga. WESTMORELAND, CHARLES H ...... Atlanta, Ga. WHALEY, CHARLES E., Alpha Tau Omega . Cuthbert, Ga. WHEELESS, LOVIC D., II, Phi Delia Them . Griffin, Ga. WHELCHEL, MARTIN R. ....... Atlanta,Ga. XVHIPPLE, WILLIAM B., JR., Theta Chi . Dunedin, Fla. WHISNANT, DAVID E ........ Asheville, N. C. 1 WHISNANT, NORMAN E. . . . . . Asheville, N. C. 3 WHITE, JOHN T., II . . . ..... Augusta, Ga. , WHITE, JON G. .......... Louisville, Ga. WHITE, MILLEDCE, JR., Alpha Tau. Omega . Albany, Ga. an A FAMILIAR S CE 'lass of 761 WUI.IfI'I, woxcz, worm wunrm, woun tvoon, WOOD. WOODS. WYLIE, IIAISNEII. tt OOTAN. tflh ..... WHITE, W'Il.LIAlI'l H. . . . Dccatur,Gn. WI'lI'I'EI'IlhAI'J, KLINE .,... . . Bogart, Cn. WI'lI'I'ICSIDE5, ROGER H.. .IIL .... Rock Hill, C. .phi Unllulrrl llvllrz WlII'I'l.EY, DONAI.l.J G ........ Asluuvillrz, N. C. Wlll'l"I'I:IN, .IAIIIICS Slt'II'I'H ..... Iiirmingltum, Alu. WILIKEIISIIAM, THOIVIAS W., Phi Cnlunm Della, Ovcatltr, Gu. WIUGINS, ALIIEIIT H., JR., Kappa fllphn . Nlncun, Ga. WIUCINS, .IOI-IN IVI., Sigma l'hi Iflmilmt . . Atluntzl, On. WIIICINS. WIIJLIAIXI W.. l.rlnth1lu Chi .fllphn . Mumnn. Gu. XVILIIANKS, IIIXVID C. ........ fItIilnItl,C,n. WIIJIJ. WII.I.IAM A., llullu Tau llcllrr . . . Atlanta, Cru, W'lI.I'1Y, ItOIiI:III'I' E. ......... MiLttnI,FIu. IYIl.I"ONII, .IOSEPH A.. .IR., Pi Kuppu Alpha, Athens, bn. T WII.lIOI'l'. DENNIS W. ....... EIIrrnwuud,Cn. XYII.I..lAIII5, IlII.'IIII.I'iS D. ....... Uvztlzln, fm. WIIIIAMS, .IANIICS K., Knppn Sigma . llrcntz-n,I1u. W'll.I.I.'IAIS. LJIIIIIY II, . . Cullngfg Park, Cn. IYIl.I.I.-IMS. RONALD C. . Smyrna, Cu. 5. tt'lI.I.INCI'IAM. JAMES II. . lI'l:tr'mt, Cn. IVII,l.IS, I1II.'tItI.E5 C. . . 1IlI1tltl1l,G!1. II"II.I.I5. .IUIIN A. . . Allttnt:1,Ga. WlI.I.I5. 'I'IiIlIiY I'l. . . . . . . ,l0Sllp,Ca. li! WIl.l.IS. XYAIIIIICN C. ........ lIlouIlriu,Cn. WIl.I.OllIlIIIIY, JOHN Il.. I'hi Cumnul Dvllu, 'I'I1ntn:tslon, Gu. WILSON. AI'I'l'lIlllI T., Chi Phi . Atlanta. Ga. tX'II.SON. .IJIXIICS II. .... . CIny, YV. Vit. WILSON. .IIXINIY II. . , . . . , Ivlurtwcll, Ca. WILSON. 'I'IIUMsIS ......... Covington, Cat. II'INKI.l'IR, ANTHONY Il., Phi lfllsiiun Pi, Miami Rcxtclt, Fla. NV? F YIIN'I'I..'INIl, IIALE I" .....,. . . Bc-luit, IVIS. - YVISIQ, IIAIIIIY IV., Sigma Nu . . .Iny,FIzt. 5. WISE. WAITEII J.. JR. ...... Orztngulmrg, S. C. Thu Kappa Epsilon W.-XRIIICN M., Them Chi TIIOXIAS II.. Sigrnn Nu . S'l'ICI'II l'.N .... , CLAIIEXCE W. . J.tXIliS II. . . TIIOXIAS .-I. . tYII.I,IAXl D. WYCLII-IF C. . . . IIOIIIQRT C.. III . IVR XY. .IIXIXIY E.. Phi Kuppn Tau IYRIIIIIT. .IAXIIZS It ...... WIIIILIIT. Nl.-XX I' ,... . IX'IlICI'I'I', RONALD C .... WIIICI-IT, W.'tl.'l'ER C., Chi Phi WIIICl'l'I'. WILLI.-UI A.. Sigma Chi JAMES H., Chi Phi . . YANCEY. DAVID A.. Sigma Phi Epxilan YEOMANS, CHARLES P ...... YONCE, GEORGE S. . YONGE. GEORGE S. . . YOUNGNER. LARRY D. . ZAPICO, LEONARDO . . Cin:'inn:.ttI. Olwiu Ft. l.antIt-rulalc, Fla. . . Augustin, Cu. . . Cutltlnrzrt, Cn. . . Marietta. Gu. Sam Antonio. Texas llt. I'lm:us:tul, Tvnn. . Umatilla, Fla. , Atlanta, Gu. . Culumltus, Ga. . Inglewood, Calif, . . Atlanta, Ga. . Atlanta, Ca. . Griflin, Ca. . Augusta, Ca. . . Orlando, Fla. Iiirminglmm. Ala. Atlanta, Ga. Amcricus, Ca. Americus, Ca. Amcricus, Gu. . Brunswick, Ga. Habana, Cuba NE IN A FRESHMANMS LIFE AT TECH, A CHEMISTRY CLASS WITH ITS BOTTLES OF CHEMICALS AND UNBALANCED EQUATIONS 3 Jin illivmnriam afultg MILTON R. McCLURE Director Engineering Evening School ASHFORD W. STALNAKER Associate Professor School Electrical Engineering Studznts JAMES RONALD SHEPHERD East Point, Georgia ZENAS AUGUSTUS SMITH Ludowici, Georgia CHARLES WYLLS ROBERTS Birmingham, Alabama A THOROUGH DESCRIPTION OF THE DESIGN IDEAS FOR THE I958 BLUE PRINT ARE RELATED TO THE STAFF DURING OUR INITIAL FALL MEETING. 19 3 Blue Print Becomes Techis Largest WHAT CAN BE DONE with the 1958 Blue Prin! so that it might be proudly placed on the shelf alongside its fifty predecessors? This is the question which chal- lenged the editors and staff during the summer and early fall of 1957 as plans were being formulated for the largest annual in Tech's history. We realized that the book would serve only as a stimulus for Tech students to reminisce on the school year and the many happenings which can never be completely put into black and white, yet it must be the complete story of Georgia Tech to those who have never been an inte- gral part of the school. - After due deliberation the plans were incorporated based on a decision to make no radical changes from previous years but to alter a few of the basic char- acteristics only. Some of the more noticeable changes include the use of double page divisions to give a more definite break in content and a larger, more readable type style. The copy in the book has been given special attention to produce factual and pleas- ing information to accompany the more than ten- thousand pictures. In our introductory section we have strived to de- scribe some of the emotional feelings which are ex- perienced by every college student as he lays the final foundations in preparation for the challenging future. This dissertation of pictures and thoughts is not in- tended to be associated with this year alone, but may be considered a part of any college in any year. lnternational and national events were looked on with much more concern by Tech students during 1957-58 as plans and actions for space travel became a conversational topic in all circles. Under the lead- ership of our new president, Dr. Edwin D. 1-larrison, signs of progression were evident as we realized that Tech must now, more than ever, provide the world with scientists and engineers who will unselfishly con- tribute to the needs of humanity. The national re- cession had its effect on our campus too, as once cocky seniors found the job market somewhat tight in com- parison with former years. From the initial plans, mountains of pictures and copy, hours of typing, drawing, proofing, and days of tense Waiting these six hundred pages have become a part of us. We have lived it day in and day out, but enjoying every minute, so that we could retain for posterity and present to you now, the story of Georgia Tech, 1958. F.E.S. .... . l , N I i , . Y l 1: . 562 ADVERTISING INDEX T0 ADVERTISERS The Blue Print Staff wishes that every person on the Georgia Tech campus would patronize our advertisers. These loyal Tech supporters have contributed much to the success of our yearbook, and they certainly deserve our continued patronage. A Acme United Life lnsurance Co. Adair Realty and Loan Company Adams-Cates Company . . . Aristocrat lce Cream Company Page Armco Drainage and Metal Products, lnc. . Armstrong, R. S. and Company Belting Company . . Enterprises ..... Roofing Supply Company Sand and Supply Compan Textile Machinery Co. . B Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta Ballard,s Optical Company, lnc. Barge-Thompson Company . . Boykin Tool and Supply Company Brittain Dining Hall .... Brown-Wright Hotel Supply . . Brooks Allison Company . . Bush-May and Associates . . QC Cannon, Ralph Buick Service Canton Cotton Mills . . . Capital Automobile Company . Capital Fish Company . . . Caye, W. C. and Company . Chesterfield Laundry .... Coastal States Life Insurance Co. Coca-Cola Company .... College Inn, Ga. Tech . . Colonial Stores .... Combustion Engineering . . Consolidated Quarries Corp. . . Crane Company, The .... Cutter Boat and Motor Company D Dewees, H. K., and Company . Dubose and Egleston . . . Dunlap and Company . . . E Eagle and Phenix Mills . . Ebcap Supply Company . Economy Auto Stores . . . Electric Supply Company . . . Electrical Wholesalers, lnc. . . Estes Surgical Supply Company F Fairbanks Company, The . . Flowers Laundry .... Foote and Davies, lnc. . Foldls Shell Service .... Fulton Supply Company . . G Gaspar-Ware Studio . . . Georgia Blue Print Company . Georgia Tech ...... Glover Machine Works . . Golian Steel and Iron Co. . Gordon Foods .... Y . . 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TR. 6-7361 A Abate, Charles Marian, 364, 544 Abbott, Gerald Emery, Jr., 320, 524 Abercrombie, William Floyd, Jr., 106, 226, STUDENT INDEX Alford, Kenneth Waterson, 167, 228, 406, 524 Alford, Samuel Thomas, 510 Alfred, Robert Hack, 152 Alhouse, Robert Donn, 160, 524 A nderson 1 Anderson, Anderson Anderson Anderson Charles Edison, 320, 544 Charles Franklin, 524 , Claude Newell, Jr., 524 Charles William, Jr., 332, 510 David John, 364, 544 338, 523 Alkofer, Lawrence Heffernan, 443 Anderson David Murray, 155, 388, 524 Abernathy, David Herman, 544- Allen, James Coston, 199, 354, 544 Anderson Ernest Reginald, 544 Abernathy, Ernest Maxey, 54-4 Allen, Augustus Theodore, Jr., 214, 384, Anderson H. Walter, 145, 392, 510 Abernathy, Eugene Bailey, 108, 111, 443 524 Anderson John Bayless, III, 114, 150, 324, Abernathy, Carr Bolton, 392, 544 Allen, Bona, IV, 384, 4-43 444 Abernathy, James Robert, Jr., 544 Allen, Clarence, L., Jr., 334, 544 Anderson John Louis, Jr., 524 A cevedo, Lorenzo Edwin, Jr., 149, 202, 510 Allen, Dwight Lawson, 162, 190, 206, 510 Anderson John Palmer, 106, 544 Ackerman, Thomas Gordon, 162, 190, 443 Allen, George Cyrus, 438 Anderson John Wesley, 524 Acosta, Max, Jr., 216, 54-4 Allen, John Charles, 145, 4-02, 510 Anderson, Joseph Raymond, 158, 174, 184, Adams, Adiel Levin, Jr., 544 Allen, Judson Taylor, Jr., 384, 443 225, 402, 444 Adams, James Hollis, Jr., 544- Allen, Kenneth Richard, 346, 544- Anderson, Vernon Claude, 54-4 Adams, Jerry Connor, 199, 524- Allen, Marion Henry, Jr., 524 Andrews, Frank Eugene, 149, 150, 196, 44-4 , Adams, John Ross, 443 Allen, Myron Bartlett, Jr., 104, 114, 14-9, Andrews, Jack Edward, 206, 444 Adams, John William, 510 443 Andrews, John Wayne, 544 Adams Meriwether Douglass, 158, 510 Allen, Ronald Joseph, 524 Andrews, Joseph Louis, Jr., 544 Adams Morgan Douglas, 54-4 Allen, Royce Luther, 524 Andrews, Richard Frederick, 226, 388, 544 Adams, Robert Bruce, 152, 199, 374, 443 Allen, Thomas Eugene, Ill, 544 Andrews, Richard Michael, 544 Adamson, John Randal, III, 184, 214, 358, Allinder, Myrl Warran, Jr., 4-43 Ankar, Norman Aziz, 510 443 -Allred, ROIJPTI Anvil, 444 Anthony, Fred Dickerson, Jr., 524 AdinolH, Joseph Frank, 162, 184, 216, 443 Almand, Bobby Evans. Jr., 510 Archer, James Henry, jr,, 113, 4.44 I Adkisson, Andrew Joe, 443 Alper, Carey Bissinger, 362, 524 Argo, John Thomas, Jr., 167, 524 Aftergut, Freddy Blau, 316, 544 Alrutz, Louis James, 218, 338, 524 Arnett, Anthony Windsor, 162, 184, 4-06, Aguayo, Guillermo Alfredo, 382, 524 Alston, Marvin William, Jr., 338, 524 510 Aguerri, Alberto Jose, 544 Alston, Robert Hillman, 54-4 Arnett, Gerson Lucas, 54-4 Aguilar, Eduardo A., 524 Alston, Robert Lee, 524 Arnold, Howard Henry, III, 544 Akins, Edwin Parker, 524 Altman. James Eston, 524 Arnold, John B., II, 372, 524 Akins, Kenneth Claude, 544- Allman, Thomas Leroy, Jr., 544 Arnowieh, William Sidney, 362, 544 Akridge, James M. E., 212, 218, 510 Alvarez, Emilio, 108, 216, 510 Arrington, Lance H., 199, 328, 544 l Albritton, Daniel Lee, 102, 104, 114, 149, A mason. Jackson Lee, 220, 368, 510 Arthur, Daniel Joseph, 510 346, 4-43 Ambrose, William Clarke. 314, 410, 524- Arthur, Stephen G., 524 I Alderman, James Brannon, 364, 510 Amman, Robert John, 524 Arthurs, Lawrance Joseph, 320, 444 l Aldred, Jim H., Jr., 162, 190, 206, 510 Ammons, Richard Bruce, 178, 212, 374, 524 Arwood. Marjorie Joan, 208, 544 Aldridge, Thomas Jefferson, 162, 190, 4-43 Anders, John Benjamin, Jr., 544 Ashby, Charles Aylett, III, 392, 510 Alexander, Donald Lee, 544 Andersen. James Roy, 510 Ashby, Robert Clark, 214, 346, 544 Alford, James Arthur, 44-3 Anderson, Andrew William, 524 Ashley, Lee Gary, 510 Q O Atlanta Textile Machlnery Company , STEEL ROLL SPECIALISTS - :- GENERAL REPAIRS AND PARTS l 598 bIeans St., N. VV. Tel. TR. 6-4877 J A. PIERCE ROBERT, '13 t , SINCE 1905 R. S. ARMSTRONG I AND BRO. C0. , ATLANTA I gage, ., Remy, Contractors and Road Building Equipment . Industrial Sites ' Chain Store Leasing P'0Pe"Y f"'3"aSef"e"f 676 Marietta St., N. W. 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ATLANTA 18, GEORGIA Fazzry Foods for Hotels, Restaurants ATLANTA and Institutions Phone JA. 2-2786 or b'1Urray 8-0711 TRiniry 5-7821 ' 22 ' 23 Ashton, James Donald, 144, 406, 4-44 Askew, John D., Jr., 510 Askew, Leon Courtland, 152, 204, 4-44 Aspinwall, Gerald M., 160, 510 Atkinson, Maurice Lynwood, Jr., 178, 525 Atrakchi, Anwar Yousif, 438 Atwood, George Welsman, 444- Austin, Thomas Edward, 525 Autrey, Duncan R., Jr., 384, 525 Autrey, Thomas Carlyle, 334, 544 Averbush, Jerry Allen, 316, 525 Avant, John Paul, 510 Avant, Leslie Eugene, Jr., 510 Avedikian, Nishan, 214, 525 Avery, Woodie Terry, 544 Aviles-Alfaro, Bolivar, Jr., 187, 510 Axelson, Bjorn, 544 Aycock, Jack Combs, 178, 212, 510 Aycock, Roy Thomas, Jr., 544 B Bach, Walter D., Jr., 167, 346, 544 Bache, George Bingham, 332, 525 Backer, Donald Frederick, 400, 545 Bacon, Albert Sumner, Jr., 545 Bacon, Frank M., 54-5 Bacon, Garland Ray, 152, 444 Baggarly, James Harrison, Jr., 346, 510 Bagley, James Henry, 54-5 Bagwell, James Frank, 162, 190, 346, 444 Bagwell, John Frank, 44.4 Bailey, David Leroy, 545 Bailey, Jack Kierulff, Jr., 148, 510 Bailey, James Freddie, 396, 545 Bailey, Richard Crabb, 384, 444 Bailey, Roland Gary, 179, 324, 525 Bailey, Thomas Wesley, 406, 444 Bailie, Anderson Courtney, 162, 168, 406, 510 Bains, Frank Edward, 354, 54-5 STUDENT INDEX - Continued Baisden, Donald Nelson, 160, 200, 510 Baker, Calvin Cardwell, 525 Baker, David James, 167, 368, 54-5 Baker, Don W., 525 Baker, George Edward. Jr., 354, 545 Baker, James Leslie, 364, 525 Baker, James Tate, 525 Baker, Baker, Baker, Baker, Baker, Baker, John Allen, 146, 342, 511 Lewis Ray, Jr., 372, 525 Oran Randolph, 545 Paul Trenholm, 392, 545 Ronald Howard, 525 Thomas Luther, 525 Balalis, Paul Louis, 186, 392, 545 Balcerak, Robert Stephen, 108, 114, 149, 354, 4-45 Baldwin, David Kendrick, 388, 511 Bales, Daly R., Jr., 525 Balkcom, Peyton Eugene, 545 Ball, Karlheinz Otto Willi, 438 Ballard, Robert Marion, Jr., 162, 190, 338, 4-45 Balliet, Michael, 158, 358, 445 Ballma n, Arthur Towne, Jr., 374, 545 Balsamides, Michael, 512 Balte, Richard Allen, 388, 511 Bamford, Charles Rushing, 178, 525 Barker, Joseph Thomas, 511 Barker, Oscar Bayne, Ill, 388, 511 Barnard, Robert Stephen, 346, 545 Barnes, Charles Richard, 545 Barnes, Frank Cary, 525 Barnes Barnes, , Harold' Lamar, 545 Kenneth Carson, 545 Barnes, William S., 124, 458 Barnes Barnet Barnet , Robert Lee, 445 t, Billy John, 152, 202, 206, 218, 445 t, Robert Upshaw, 104, 511 Barnhardt, Jacob Charles, Jr., 102, 388, 445 Barnhi Baron, ll, Charles Campbell, Jr., 214, 525 Donald Andre, 525 Barrett, Robert William, 402, 525 Barrow, Robert Guy, 511 Barrow, Willlie Eugene, 525 Barry, Bartlet Arthur Patrick, Jr., 384, 445 t, Homer Eugene, 445 Barton, Robert Paul, 160, 184, 346, 414-5 Basker ville, Ralph James, Jr., 525 Bastida, Jules R., 525 Batch, James Earl, 525 Bates, James Raymond, Jr., 324, 445 Bates, John W., 166, 368, 545 William Fulton, Jr., 338, 525 Banchetti, John Joseph, 178, 374, 511 Banks, Don Charles, 196, 396, 545 Banks, Thomas Hattaway, 358, 545 Bankston, William Spencer, 162, 190, 334 511 Barber, Hoyt Garland, 545 Barber, Paul Taggert, 156, 346, 525 Barber, Robert Lacey, 152, 354, 445 Barber, Troy Eugene, 545 Barcia, Joseph Donald, 545 Barfield, George Wendell, 119, 122, 150, 212, 445 Bargeron, Romie Walter, 525 Barker, Harris Clayborn, 525 571 Battaglia, Anthony W. 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LeBEY 8: COMPANY RIortgage Loans Atlanta, Georgia Specialty NU Y F. lAR I feet our rzenrs Z ustys C 0 m p a n y Distributors of - i S It I U '- ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT H H AND SUPPLIES In 2225 Peachtree Road, N. E. ATLANTA SAVANNAH AIACON CHATTANOOGA AUGUST.A ALBANY TR, 6-5911 VALDOSTA COLUMBUS Acme United Life Insurance Company 1112 Peachtree Street, N. E. ATLANTA, GEORGIA HAROLD F. IVICCART, President Cadillac . . . "We don't sell all the cars, but we do sell the best" CAPITAL AUTOMOBiILEi COMPANY ELWYN TOMLINSON, President VV, Peachtree Street -:- Opposite Biltmore Hotel 573 Sidney Clyde, III, 338, 446 Every Glass Meclzanically Waslzed and Sterilized OUR SMALL VARIETY INSURES FRESHNESS Beaird, Thomas Jefferson, 54-5 Beall, William Nelson, 212, 525 Bean, Lawrence Mynard, 114, 149, 446 Beard, James Homer, III, 346, 525 Bearden, Donald Roland, 160, 338, 446 Bearden, Fred Eugene, IH, 372, 525 Beasley, Thomas Wimbric, 525 Beatty, Troy, 111, 214, 384, 545 Beavers, M. Curtis, 167, 358, 545 Beavers, Roy Kenneth, 354, 446 Beck, John Duncan, 162, 166, 350, 511 Beck, Warren Richard, 545 Becker, Allen Sidney, 400, 5415 Becker, Charles Martin, 194, 446 Becker, James Frederick, Jr., 525 Beckham, Edward Morgan, ll, 358, 545 Beckham, Jesse Thomas, Jr., 525 Beckham, William Eugene, 162, 358, 446 Beckler, Bobby Max, 511 Becknell, William Stuart, 525 Beckwith, John F., 525 Beckwith, Paul Beinhaver, Jr., 104, 438 Beddall, John Russell, 162, 206, 446 Bedell, John Charles, 174, 214, 410, 511 Beebe, Norman Robert, 314, 324, 545 Beisner, Robert William, 228, 406, 525 Belin, Edward, 362, 545 Balk, Franklin Paul, Jr., 152, 511 Bell, James Russell, 222, 525 Bell, Mell Knox, 156, 358, 446 Bell, Richard Brian, 324, 545 Bell, Ronald Mack, 162, 172, 184, 190, 314, 406, 511 Bell, Rowell C. L., Jr., 545 Bellingrade, Albert Ferdinand, 111, 525 Bello, Fausto Manuel, 187, 446 Belser, Townsend Mikell, Jr., 146, 214, 44-6 Bender, Joseph Prisk, Jr., 200, 446 Bender, Robert Lee, Jr., 396, 545 Benford, Gleason Ray, 545 Bennett, Benjamin Franklin, Ill, 511 Curb Service STUDENT INDEX - C0l1'l'il1Ued Bennett, David Miles, Jr., 446 Bennett George Hubert Jr. 545 Bennetti Joe Waldo, Jr.: 525 Bennett, John Franklin, Jr., 525 Bennett, Louis Gene, 525 Bennett Milton Wesley, 438 Bennetti Robert, Jr., 320, 54-5 Bennett Bennett, Thomas Harmon, 143, 446 Benson, Carl Frederick, 525 Benson, Jack Will, 342, 511 Bentley, Charles Earl, 162, 234, 446 BentleY, .John Edward, 338, 545 Bentley, John Grady, 446 Berger, Charles Frederick, 190, 525 Bergert, Fred Lovell, 146, 199, 388, 511 Bergert, James William, 155, 199, 388, 525 Bergman, David Lester, 400, 511 Berkhan, lrvin Otis, Jr., 545 Berlin, Arnold, 193, 203, 205, 316, 525 Berman, Victor, 400, 511 Bernreuter, Don Lee, 104, 108, 123, 160, 447 Bernstein, Ira C., 316, 525 Berry, Arthur Wayne, Jr., 152, 350, 447 Berry, Jerry Lee, 206, 525 Bessman, John William, Jr., 179, 200, 511 Best, Cecil Austin, 152, 206. 447 Bialko, Alfred E., 162, 447 Bickerstaff, Howard Jefferson, 384, 545 Bieler, Steve H., 316, 545 Binder, Frederick Henry, 545 Birdsong, John Grover, 346. 545 Bishop, David Addy, 176, 511 Bishop, James Albert, 196, 545 Bitar, Raja Mulhim, 438 Black Donald Nelson, 184, 224, 229, 232, 4147 Black, John Bryant, Jr., 545 Black, Black, Maclyn Herbert, 213, 511 Ronald Wayne, 354, 545 Black, Thomas Glenn, 525 Blackard, Ernest Clyde, Jr., 220, 545 Blackmarr, Thaddeus R., Jr., 438 Blackstone, James Otto, Jr., 525 Blackwelder, Wayne Eldridge, 545 Blair, Charles Edwin, 511 Blair, Paul McCreary, Jr., 511 Blair, Ronald Terry, 525 Blake, Arthur Copeland, 212, 511 Blakely, Robert Crawford, 374, 511 Bland, Robert Fulton, I1, 525 Blankenship, Sammy Delano, 525 Blanton, Roy Warner, Jr., 120, 158, 438 Bleakley, Arthur, Jr., 511 Bleakley, Charles Chesser, 354, 525 Blemker, Ray, 208, 374, 511 Bliem, Carl John, Jr., 402, 438 Bliss, Ralph Wayne, 354, 525 Bliss, Ray Nathan, 354, 4-47 Blitch, Henry Smets, Jr., 320, 545 Blondet, William Emile, 545 Blont. William Franklin, 525 Blue, Ruth Ann, 208, 545 Blumenthal, Henry Allen, 177, 400, 54-5 Blumenthal, Martin Lawrence, 316, 545 Bly. Tom Gerald, 354. 511 Blyth. Carl Dennett, 743, 545 Blythe, Ralph Allison, Jr.. 392, 526 Bobbitt, Herman Randolph, Jr., 314, 338, 526 Bobo, Jean Edward, 174, 324, 447 Bodkin. Lester Hobart, Jr., 158, 184, 205, 214, 388, 447 Boggs, Blair Allen, 158, 184, 205, 214, 388, 447 Bohannon, Byron Lewis, 545 Bohannon, Donald Lamar, 526 Bohannon. Robert Rooks, 392, 526 Boiarsky, Howard Roy, 150, 526 Boin, Karl Leonard, 108, 114, 149, 150, 178 447 FOLLOW THE CROWD to Newcomb 8: Boyd PAPA J 0llN'S GRILL Electrical Open 24 Haurs-Seven Days a Week 1859 Peachtree Rd. Heating Consulting Engineers Air Conditioning Plumbing 1205 Spring St., N. W., Atlanta, Ga. Cat 28th Sep TR. 2-9387 574- -Z Electrical Wholesalers, Inc. 229 WHITEHALL ST., S. W. 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FURNISHED STRAIGHT, CURVED OR ENDLESS TO SUIT YOUR REQUIREMENTS MONTICELLO BOBBIN COMPANY MONTICELLO, GEORGIA Manufacturers of CARD ROOM BOBBINS QUILLS AND SPINNING BOBBINS SKEWERS WITH NEW PATENTED PLASTIC BASE WINDER ROLLS AND CONES TUBES We are licensed to manufacture Tubes for NEW ERA SPINDLES Bobbins Repaired and Refinished Associated with ATLANTA BELTING COMPANY Atlanta, Georgia 576 Bolden, Ronald LaVerne, 150, 410, 447 Bolen, Paul Stuart, 320, 545 Bolton, John Lee, Jr., 526 Bolton, Robert Glenn, 526 Bomar, Steve Herren, Jr., 104, 145, 406, 511 Bomar, William Joseph, 167, 324, 526 Bond, Charles Russell Swanson, 368, 545 Bond, Donald Edward, 108, 150, 354, 448 Bond, Robert William, 392, 546 Bonds, Barbara C., 143, 208, 526 Bonds, Culver Lamar, 354, 511 Bonds, Gary Coleman, 162, 190, 212, 511 Bonds, Tommy Wayne, 122, 174, 212, 448 Bone, Lothol Perry, 179, 448 Bonne-n, Charles William, 511 Booker, Marcus Andrew, 545 Boozer. Richard Eugene, 196. 545 Borkenhagen, Roger Keith, 374, 545 Bornhauser, Eric May. 350, 526 Boron, William Robert, 14-1-, 218, 372, 511 Bosarge, W. Edwin, Jr., 346, 545 Bosher, John Leslie, 145, 158, 218, 448 Boswell, Wilbur F., III, 346, 54-5 Boswell, William Charles. .lr., 156, 358, 448 Bouchillon, Charles W., 438 Bouhgnou, Thomas Russell, 149, 150, 511 Boulware, Robert Asher. 146, 324. 448 Bowden, Ralph Taylor, Jr.. 526 Bowen, Charles Michael, 526 Bowen, David, Jr., 102, 104, 146, 176, 338, 4-48 Bowen, Frank Randolph, 162, 384-, 511 Bowen, William Curtis, 511 Bowen, William Stephen, Jr., 200, 338, 526 Bower, David Earl, 54-5 Bowers, Albert Whitman, 149, 448 Bowers, Edgar Ray, 526 Bowie, Marshall Lamar. Jr.. 162, 190. 511 Bowles, Ralph Hen1'Y, Jr.. 438 STUDENT INDEX - Continued Bowman, James Albert, 143, 202, 448 Bowman, James Howard, 526 Rowman, Ronald McNeil, 526 Bowman, Walter Oren, lll, 410, 526 Bowyer, Fred Louis, Jr., 111, 156, 346, 448 Boyd, Emory Lee, Jr., 54-5 Boyd, Walter Llewellyn, 511 Boyd, Wyman Postelle, 526 Boyens, George Joe, 196, 212, 511 Boykin, John Horace, 354, 511 B0 les Charles Richard 354- 545 Bozeman, Bennett Gene, 545 Braden, Richard Paul. 120, 212, 228, 511 Bradford, Anthony Mack, 545 Bradford. Hal Steven. 545 Bradley, Dan Howard, 346, 545 Bradley, Harold Edward, 206, 511 Bradley, James William. Jr., 104, 123, 448 Bradley, Neal Everett, 104. 448 Bradley, Robert Lake, 54-5 Bradley, Ronnie Albert, 155, 388, 526 Breard, Armand E., 128, 216, 350, 511 Brenner, Stephen R., 362, 545 Bressler, John Charles, 162, 449 Brewer, Edwin Boyd, 526 Brewer, Glenn Robert, 111, 545 Brewer, John Edwin, 196, 526 Brewster, John Pierce, 167, 384, 545 Brewton, Lee Kennington, 113, 449 Briant, Robert L., 102, 104, 144, 146, 449 Brickley, Lon Crawford, 106, 196, 350, 526 Brigham, Charles Wood, Jr., 392, 511 Brightwell, Charles Sanders, 545 Brilliant, David Lawrence, 338, 545 Brim, Donald Barry, 328, 526 Brindley, Raymond R., 350, 545 Brisbane, John Jentzen, 120, 216, 342, 449 Britt, Marvin Jerry, 156, 449 Brittain, James Waverly, Jr., 545 Britting, Kenneth Robert, 168, 204, 406, 511 Britton, Robert A., 545 Bradner, Howard George, Jr.. 190, 374, 511 Brady. James Wiley, 1-1-9. 160, 200, 212. 448 Brady, John Angel, Jr., 526 Braisted, Frank A., 368, 526 Bramble-tt, Richard Massey. 150. 545 Brannan, James Thomas, 384. 511 Branan, William Benjamin, Jr.. 364, 526 Branch. Thomas L.. 346. 545 Brandenburg. Kenneth Earl, 392. 526 Brandon, Ewin l... 511 Brandon, Nathan Christopher. Jr., 102. 158, 443 Brandt, Peter Starr, 358, 4-1-9 Branslord. Thomas Lowery, 218, 388, 511 Brantley. Jarrel C.. 526 Brantley, Joseph Eli, 392. 526 Brantley, Zachry Gaines, 526 Brasington, Walter Henry, Jr.. 384, 545 Britton, Thomas Abbott, Jr., 378, 545 Broach, William Berry, Jr., 526 Broadfoot, John William, 168, 354, 449 Broadfoot, Larry Meadows, 218, 354, 511 Brock, James Donald, 122, 128, 218, 338, 511 Brock, John Edward, 54-5 Broady, Michael Lee, 316, 526 Bronnum, Dwight Benno, 526 Bronson, William Howard, Jr., 449 Brooker, Brown Wainwright, 368, 545 Brookins. Norman Royce, 142, 354, 449 Brooks Cuyler Wayne-ll, Jr., 511 Brooks Daniel Clifton, 526 Brooks Brooks Brooks Earl Donaldson, 112, 449 , Glenn Edwin, Jr., 526 , Jerry Claude, 152, 449 Brooks, Ralph Lee, 112, 142, 450 Bowling. Harold Thomas, 160, 174, 224, Braswell, James Patrick. lll, 206, 511 Brown, Austin Lane, Jr., 410, 546 406, 4-48 Braverman. Neil Kenneth, 200, 316, 526 Brown, Basil Thomas, 546 INC N if mnssvum 7 4 pass 60176116 or lee glue Print I9 3 ami hed 69 HI 551411 FT KINGSPORT PRESS, INC. ' KINGSPORT, TENNESSEE 577 A Mark of ATLANTA QUALITY Forms Snow PLACES! The Fabulous The Soufh's 'Finest PARAMOUNT and ROXY Wilby-Kincey Theatres S'l'OKEl.Y'S MINUTE MAID CAPITO-L FISH C0. South's Largest Wholesale Seafood and Frozen Food Distributor 777 W. Whitehall St., S. W. PLAZA 5-4511 ATLANTA, GEORGIA MORTON'S FROSTY ACRES RAYMUND CONCRETE PILE C0. H's the besf-fake if from Minnie Quarfs Foundation Contractors Irvindale Farms Dairy FILE DRIVING - CAISSONS I A , G . BORING f anfa cl New York, N. Y. Atlanta, Ga. F0LDVS SHELL SERVICE 806 Spring Street at Fifth TECH STUDENTS WELCGME Service a Certainty TR. 4-9141 578 Bryant Piflzateoer the occasion . . . your gif! is especially remembered . . . when you give NIontag's fashionable writing papers . . . designed fo compliment every personality . . . and prirerl the same as ordinary writ- ing papers . . . flIE'I'E'l.Y an original lV10na tag'S design for you, too! Southeastern Radio Parts Co. 400 W. Peachtree St., N. W. Montag Bros., Inc. Atlanta, Georgia ' New York City ATLANTA, GEORGIA STUDENT INDEX - Continued Brown Bradford S., 388, 526 Bryan. Benjamin King, Jr., 194, 197, 200, Burgess, Millard Meek, 546 Brown Charles Richard, 546 546 Burke, Donald Worth, 347, 54-6 Brown Charles Willis, Jr., 346, 526 Bryan, Coleman Jennings, 193, 199, 204, Burke, Douglas C., 546 Brown David Richard, 526 332, 450 Burkhalter, James Donald, 206, 512 Brown Denny Leroy. 450 Bryan, Francis Sibley. Jr., 226, 320, 526 Burleson, Richard Byrd, 546 Brown, Frederick Kenneth, Jr., 526 Bryan, John Charles, 546 Burley, John Donald, Jr., 111, 156, 451 Brown, Grier Weldon, Jr., 526 Bryan, Judson Michael, 546 Burnes, Anthony, Jr., 410 Brown, Harold John, Jr., 354, 546 Bryan, Richard Erwin, 546 Burnes, Charles A., Jr., 512 Brown J. Horace, 364, 546 Bryant, Charles Musgrave. 346, 512 Burnctte, Robert Bradford, 384, 546 Brown Brown Brown, 158. Brown Brown James Parrish, 199, 334, 546 James Robert, Jr., 120, 158, 450 James Thomas, 102, 104, 108, 120, 450 Jerry L., 511 Joe Stewart, 152, 4-50 Brown John George, 546 Brown Johnnie Wayne, 150, 511 Brown, Joseph Emerson, 102, 104, 145. 314, 320, 450 Brown, Joseph Irving 158, 364, 512 Brown, Merlyn Eugene, 206, 526 Bryant, Claude Ray, Jr., 451 Bryant , David James, 104, 114 Bryant, Kenneth Ashton, Jr., 328, 546 Bryant Bryant , Lawrence Asbury. 178, 451 , Maurice, 406, 526 Bryant, Paul Eugene, Jr., 106, 526 Robert Packard 104 155. 451 Brown, Neil Norbert. 216, 526 Brown, Newman Holland, III, 108, 119, 149, 197, 324, 450 Brown, Oliver Lee, 526 Brown, Brown, Raymond Stanley, 174, 4-02, 526 Richard Jack, 104, 450 Brown, Robert Alexander, 328, 512 Brown, Roy Eugene, 152, 155, 202, 4-50 Brown, Stanley Eugene, 546 Brown Steve Wesley, 512 , Brown, Brown, Welborn Lewis, Jr., 526 William Hand, 158, 184, 229, 232, 406, 450 Brown, William Nicholas, 320, 526 Brown, William Pearsall, Jr., 546 Brown, William Wamer, 324, 546 Browning, Guy Parker, Jr., 392, 512 Bruce, James R., Jr., 358, 546 Bruce, Wallace Benjamin, Jr., 526 Brunt, George Ralph, 546 Bucaram, Jorge Elias, 526 Buchanan. John Edward, 546 Buck, Robert Wesley, Jr., 174, 402, 512 Buckley, James Joseph, Jr., 104, 152, 451 Buckley, Reginald R., 110, 54-6 Buckner, William Arthur, 451 Buenz, John Buechler, 441 Buezo, Edward F.. 402, 546 Bullard, Clyde Abner, Jr., 155, 526 Bullard, James Henry, 212, 526 Bullard, John Milton, Jr., 526 Bulloch, Irvin Guyton, 214, 546 Bunch, Harold Anderson, Jr., 384, 546 Bundrant, William Dallas, 546 Bundsen, Bruce, 179, 512 Bunn, William Bennett, Jr., 396, 526 Burbank. William Lloyd, Jr., 146, 382, 512 Burch, .Alexander Austin, II, 546 Burch, William Albert, III, 392, 526 Burckard, James P., 228, 406, 526 Burdette, William Ralph, Jr., 546 Burdick, Glenn Arthur, 102, 104, 123, 194, 197, 451 Burel, Travis' Grady, Jr., 106, 206, 526 Burgess, John Wooster, 546 Burney, James Larry, 546 Burnham, Kenneth Beville, Jr., 214, 526 Burns, George Oliver, 546 Burns, Julian Christian, 320, 451 Burruss, Jere Armstrong, 388, 527 Burson, Robert Leroy, 512 Burt, Sam Thomas, Jr.. 512 Burton, Jack Spence, 451 Burton, O'Neil Buford, Jr., 546 Busbee, Walter Lucius, 347, 546 Bush, Aubrey Marvin, 104, 108, 114, 122, 150, 212, 512 Bush, James Floyd, 152, 451 Bush, William Glenn, 212, 4-02, 527 Bustle, Brian Duane, 212, 324, 527 Butler, Bernard George, 162, 451 Butler, Henry, 512 Butler, Robert Edward, 527 Butler, Russell Travis, 54-6 Butscher, John James, 451 Button, Harold Frederick, 149, 334, 451 Buxton. 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ENGINEERING EXTENSION DIVISION Engineering Evening School Department of Short Courses and Confer- ences Department of Industrial Education Q L , 1 A fr: ill ft fh- ff' Southern Technical Institute RESEARCH DIVISION Engineering Experiment Station Georgia Tech Research Institute CCoopcr- ating Agencyj C Caballero, Roberto Octavio, 216, 546 Cadora, Allen Thomas, 546 Cafasso, Arthur, 156, 174, 382, 452 Cain, Kenneth Conan, 546 Cain, Marion Waters, 176, 378, 546 Calagna, Anthony Frank, 156, 452 Calcott, George Reid, Jr., 106, 338, 527 Calcott, Gerald Blann, 338, 546 Caldwell, Jay Francis, 114, 149, 150, 374, 452 Caldwell, John Edmund, Jr., 162, 320, 512 Caldwell, Quana Earl, 527 Caldwell, Robert Wesley, 347, 527 Calhoun, John Wesley, Jr., 546 Calvert, Robert Lamar, III, 388, 54-6 Calvert, William Robert, 328, 527 Cameron, John W., 438 Cammack, Ernest Grey, Jr., 162, 328, 512 Cammarata, Joseph, 527 Camp, John Stanford, 527 Campbell, Homer Lee, Jr., 162, 190, 332, 452 Campbell, James Roger, 364, 546 Campbell, Rowan Carver, Jr., 324, 527 Campbell, William B., 119, 197, 218, 438 Candela, Hilario, 148, 44-1 Canield, Dale Kelley, 438 Cagifgeld, Frederick Henry, III, 214, 372, 4 Canizzaro, Leonard Ernest, 372, 546 Cannon, Hal Warren, 162, 190, 452 Cannon, Robert Lee, 512 Cannon, Robert Simpson, Jr., 119, 120, 174, 187, 332, 452 Carahaly, Ernest H., 228, 406, 546 Caras, Gus John, 206, 452 Carden, Ramon Earl, 512 STUDENT INDEX - Continued Carden, Robert Clinton, III, 150, 438 Cardot, Willard Russell, 402, 4-52 Carey, Wesley Gordon, Jr., 200, 392, 512 Carlin. John Vincent, 146, 358, 4-52 Carlisle, Franklin Owen, Jr., 104, 110, 152, 162, 202, 452 Carlsen, Alfred M., III, 527 Carlsen, Frederick Libben, Jr., 102, 104, 117, 202, 334, 452 Carlton, John Parks, 527 Carmichael, David Bryant, 546 Carmichael, David Bush, 396, 512 Carmichael, Guy Graph, Jr., 384, 546 Carmichael, John Cleveland, Jr., 527 Carmichael, Roderick Leland, III, 384, 512 Carnathan, Gene Errol, 546 Carnes, Hal Lockridge, Jr., 150, 228, 388, 512 Carpenter, Hiram Dorris, 527 Carpenter, Ralph Richard, Jr., 167, 172, 364, 546 Carr, Jere Wallace, 512 Carrillo, Antonio Miguel, 382, 453 Carroll, Bennett Marcus Carroll, Howard Arthur, Jr., 406, 546 Carroll, William Earle, 406, 546 Carrollton, Jack Hampton, 546 Carron, Edward Louis, 174, 374, 512 Carruth, Edwin Arnold, 546 Carson, Charles Ferdinand, Jr., 158, 546 Carson, Gerald Paschal, Jr., 198, 350, 512 Carson, John King, 158, 453 Carson, Robert Don, 527 Carson, Walter Charlton, Jr., 328, 546 Carswell, Linda L., 208, 212, 412, 527 Carter, Buford Henry, Jr., 150, 527 Carter, Carl Morgan, Jr., 546 Carter, Charles lsham, 512 Carter, Don Carlos, 453 582 Carter, Jack Pepper, Jr., 328, 546 Carter, James V., Jr., 149, 453 Carter, John Allen, 143, 512 Carter, Kenneth Marion, 162, 226, 320, 512 Carter, Lamar Maurice, 174, 332, 512 Carter, Lenton Allen, 347, 453 Carter, Merwin Franklin, 527 Carter, Thomas Joseph, 546 Carter, Thomas Lee, 527 Carter, Carter, Carver. William Jewell, 104, 200, 214-, 512 Wilmoth F. J., 527 Lamar Richard, 527 Casacuberta, Francisco M., 187, 216, 512 Cash, Allan Heath, Jr., 364, 546 Cash, Lamar, 546 Cashin, Joseph Edward, 162, 174, 406, 512 Cass. Barbara Jane, 148, 208, 453 Castle, Horatio Adams, 227, 407, 546 Castorina, Salvador Alfio, 216, 4-07, 527 Cates. George E., 128, 198, 203, 358, 512 Cavitt, Marshall Woodfin, Jr., 546 Cecil, Thurman White, Jr., 54-6 Chacon, Terry, 527 Chafee, Robert Sherwood, 382, 512 Chaliin, Harold, 527 Chambers, Joe Lewis, 527 Chambers, Ramon Philip, 150, 220, 438 Chambers, Thomas Cleon, III, 358, 546 Chambless, Edward Lawrence, 167, 212, 314-, 334, 527 Chambliss, James Albert, 453 Chamness, Francis Edens, 108, 144, 14-6, 453 Champion, Luther Fred, 146, 364, 543 Chance, Harlan Ray, 54-6 Chance. Vernon Bowen, Jr., 324, 527 Chandler, Joseph Luck, 527 Chandler, Tommie Allen, 546 Chaney, Joseph Harold, 364, 453 Chang, Sang Hoon, 114, 453 ALUMNI . . . 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Lee, 214, 347, 528 Cook, James Alton, Jr., 328, 528 Cook, James Howell, 218, 512 Cook, John Cartwright, 162, 190, 456 Cook, Merrill Clark, Jr., 162, 174, 354, 456 Cook, Robert Carroll, 156, 456 Cooke, John Franklin, 194, 407, 547 Cooke, William Ramsey, 374, 528 Cooley, Joe Harry, 528 Cooper, Cameron Page, 358, 512 Cooper, Carl Michael, 528 Cooper, Charles Franklin, 392, 547 Cooper, Ralph Hyman, Jr., 402, 547 Cope, Oliver Gordon, 385, 547 Copeland, Arthur Joel, Jr., 104, 120, 158, 358, 456 Copeland, Morris RooP, Jr., 358, 4-56 Copeland, William Robert, Jr., 378, 512 Copeman, Russell G., Jr., 382, 54-7 Copenhaver, John Rawlings, 392, 547 Coppedge, Richard Wesley, Jr., 547 Cornett, Donald Jackson, 528 Corry, John Thomas, 402, 547 -1, 'rv-- .f '- 1- A A .' alll' . 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Jack Herbert, 513 Craddock, Charles Judson, 513 Craft, Thomas Durden, 528 Crafton, James Richmond, 212, 407, 547 Craig, Frederick Rasil, 388, 528 Craig, Harold Frederick, 528 Craig, John Davis, 407. 528 Craig, Kim, 220, 412, 528 Crapps, David Kenneth, 338, 547 Craven, Kenny Lee, 528 Craver, Larry Wayne, 104, 108, 114, 149, 150. 184, 202, 212. 513 Craver, Richard Arnett, 212, 547 Crawford, David William, 158, 528 Crawford. Lawrence Robert, 407, 456 Creasy. Robert, 528 Creel, Richard Earl, Jr., 375, 547 Creighton, Robert Tulloh, Jr., 547 .ox, Bobby Eugene. 111, 122, 155, 156, 162, Cremeans, Cliff Allen, 388, 528 Cremin, Joseph William, 438 Crenshaw, Edgar McCarthy, 148, 441 Crenshaw, John Patrick, 334, 528 Creswell, John Ellsworth, 364, 547 Crews, Joseph Lee, Jr., 162, 334, 457 Crisp, John N., 158, 457 Cromwell, Joseph Seddon, Jr., 364, 457 Cronk, Joe Alphonsos, 359, 513 Cross, John H., 216, 547 Cross, Raymond Joseph, Jr., 158, 178, 457 Crotwell, William Vickery, 528 Crouch, John Henry, 402, 547 Crouch, Lester Alonzo, 457 Crouch, Robert Otis, 111, 528 Crow, David Coleman, 528 Crow, Ralph Raymond, Jr., 547 Crowding, Ronald Stuart, 214, 388, 528 Crowe, Carlos Enrique, 216, 528 Crowell, Fred Bissell, 120, 158, 457 Crownover, Richard McCranie, 102, 104, 124, 194, 378, 457 Crudup, James Jaquith, 347, 528 Crumley, James Arthur, 338, 547 Crump, William Lee, 214, 324, 547 Crutchfield, James Stapleton, II, 338, 513 Cucchiara, Peter Frank, 528 Culpepper, Ronald Malcolm, 120, 178, 513 Cunard, Edward Albert, 513 Cunha, Thomas Ulysses, 158, 513 Cunningham, Donald D., 328, 528 Cunningham, John Michael, 528 Cunningham, Wilson King, 528 Curlee, James Edward, 350, 513 Currence. 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John Hardin. 402, 547 Davis, John James, 547 Davis, Lawrence Edward, 513 Davis, Lawson Clyde, 528 Davis, Manning Graham, 334, 528 Davis, Nona Elizabeth, 208, 232, 547 Davis, Richard Elmon, 102, 359, 458 Davis, Ronald Ellison. 104, 392, 547 Davis, Thomas Ervin, 528 Davis Thomas Richard, 4-02, 513 Davis: Wink Austin, 547 ins, Charles Robert, 547 228, 407, 528 Daugherty, Robert Lynn, 457 Davenport, Irene, 142, 208, 4-57 Davenport, Miles Herbert, 368, 528 David, Roswell Michael, Jr., 547 Davidson, George DeSaussure, 4-10, 528 Davidson, Lyman Cooper, 199, 334, 547 Davies, Malcolm David, 528 Davis Davis Alfred Mark 316 547 1 Arthur Wil1is,Jr.: 142, 218, 458 Dawson, Donald Lane, 106, 206, 513 Dawson, Tully James, 162, 320, 513 Dawson, William Donald, 547 Day, Cecil Burke, 162, 190, 206, 4-58 Day, Ronald Lee, 354, 547 Day, Wayne Howard, 547 Deadmon, Charles Maxwell, 547 Deal, Baxter Oliver, Jr., 528 Dean, Patrick Donovan, 216, 407, 54-7 Dean, Robert James, 218, 54-7 Davis, Billy S., Jr., 547 Dearing, John Jackson, 548 Davis, Carl George, 334, 528 Deas, Diane Jean, 208, 548 Davis, Charles Edward, 111, 547 DeBoer, Michael Richard, 513 Davis Charles Mercier, Jr., 547 DeCarlo, Daniel Charles, 228, 325, 548 Davis Charles Samuel, 152, 4-58 Deegan, William Carter, 177, 216, 548 Davis, Don Earl, 547 DeHaye, Donald James, 378, 548 Davis Douglas William, 54-7 DeHaye, John Joseph, 528 DeJarnette, Fred Roark, 4-39 DeLaney, Donald Robert, 111, 218, 364, 458 DeLany, Joe Horace, Jr., 204, 359, 513 DeLind, John Willard, 111, 350, 513 Delk, William Randolph, 150, 548 Del Monte. 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TR. 2-6661 591 Dillon, James R., Jr., 359, 548 Dinkins, Robert Franklin, 528 Dischino, Cosmo, 548 Dittman, William Joseph, 528 Dix, Richard Eugene, 104, 123, 160, 459 Dixon, Ronnie Mack, 513 Dodd, David George, 214, 354, 548 Dodd, William Thomas, Jr., 54-8 Dodds, Charles Lewis, Jr., 320, 459 Dodge, William Douglas, 368, 513 Dodson, Rodger William, 328, 529 Doggett, James Rogal, 529 Daherty, Dennis Frederic, 328, 548 Doherty, Frank Denis, Jr., 216, 328, 548 Dolan, Kenneth John, 206, 513 Dolive, Henry Delcamp, Jr., 396, 548 Doll, Robert Martyn, 548 Dollar, Thomas Roby, Jr., 529 Dolson, Richard Rhey, 174, 328, 51,3 Donaldson, Carl Leon, Jr., 459 Donaldson, Ernest Edwin, Jr., 149, 4-59 Donaldson, John O., 158, 214, 513 Donnelly, Lee Dickert, 355, 548 Donnigan, Alan Edward, 122, 200, 220, 529 Donohue, Raymond John, 548 Dooley, Charles Cleveland, 548 Dorman, LeRoy Myron, 218, 403, 529 Dorminey, Robert Paige, 123, 513 Dorr, George Garvin, 333, 529 Doss, Marion Kenneth, 338, 548 Dougherty, William John, 529 Doughty, Edward Chandler, Jr., 206, 459 Douglas, Alan Wilmot, 548 Douglas, Billy Hugh, 548 Douglas, Robert Deen, 529 Dover, Rowald Jerome, 334, 548 Dowdey, Charles Ferrell, 104, 212, 513 Dowdle, Donald Eugene, 513 Downey, Lynn Alan, 548 Downing, Bernard Dent, 158, 214, 368, 459 Drake, Chris Nicholas, 54-8 STUDENT INDEX - Continued Drake, Louis N., Jr., 150, 186, 392, 513 Drawert, Thomas Anthony, 328, 548 Drennon, Donald Curtis, 529 Dressler, Charles Robert, Jr., 108, 120, 513 Drew, Gene Dolphus, 439 Drew, John Marshall, 529 Driesslein, William George, 314, 410, 459 Driggers, Thomas Marvin, 513 Drourr, Stephen Jay, 190, 400, 459 Drummond, Jere Alan, 548 Drummond, Richard Terrell, 548 Dryden, Allen N., Jr., 148, 388, 529 DuBard, James Leroy, 104, 114, 205, 224, 226, 388, 513 Dubberly, Jerry Joseph, 548 Duckett, Kermit Earl, 194, 214, 459 Dudiak, Stephen Thomas, 548 Dudley, Robert Hudson, 359, 548 Dufeny, Max Leroy, Jr., 184, 403, 529 Duffer, Henry Gafford, 152, 459 Duffy, Robert Edward, 548 Duggan, Barry Eugene, 4-07, 548 Duggan, Douglas Martin, 123, 160, 168, 224, 407, 513 Duggan, James Edmund, 548 Duhig, James Joseph, 120, 513 Duke, James Richard, 194, 548 Dunaway, Marvin James, Jr., 355, 548 Duncan, David Archie, 513 Duncan, James Michael, 529 Duncan, Robert Blaine, 375, 529 Dunderville, Walter Earl, 102, 104, 108, 118, 155, 338, 459 Dunham, Kenneth Bernard, 179, 342, 513 Dunlap, Kinloch Falconer, III, 214, 359, 548 Dunmon, Kenneth Earl, 548 Dunn, Felton, 206, 459 Dunn, Willis James, Jr., 548 Dunstan, David Allen, 548 Dupont, Kenneth B., 529 DuPre, Harry Newton, III, 548 Durand, Gerald C., 529 Durden, Carey Clark, 342, 54-8 Durham, James David, 194, 548 Durling, Robert Sayers, Jr., 372, 459 Durrett, Thomas Jackson, III, 162, 212, 529 Durrett, William Edward, 459 Dyar, Thomas Robert, 218, 529 Dyches, John Benjamin, III, 513 Dyer, Bruce Claude, 548 Dyer, Frederick B., 439 Dykstra, William F., 378, 529 E Earnest, Ira Calvin, Jr., 548 Eason, Earnest C., 177, 529 Eastland, Mark Wilson, III, 214, 347, 548 Eastling, Gordon David, 548 Easton, Margaret Jacklyn, 119, 208, 232, 459 Eatman, George Thomas, 325, 548 Edelman, Robert Melvin, 179, 375, 513 Edge, George Stevens, 174, 392, 513 Edmiston, William Hugh, 114, 149, 460 Edmondson, Zack Frank, 529' Edwards, Edwards Edwards Andrew Carlton, Jr., 548 Benjamin Dawson, 403, 529 Harry Christian, 529 Edwardsi , Jack Donham, 162, 190, 388, 460 Edwards, James William, 513 Edwards, Monroe Samuel, 119, 149, 342, 460 Edwards, Robert Franklin, 200, 218, 368, 460 Edwards, Ronald Lee, 228, 407, 529 Eidson, William Wallace, Jr., 116, 334, 529 Eisenhauer, William C., 108, 218, 226, 314, 403, 513 Eisinger, Jerry Bartow, 368, 529 Boykin Tool . and All Portraits in This Book Made by I Supply Company INDUSTRIAL MILL SUPPLIES 876 West Peachtree Street, N. 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W. 5-0628 ARISTO-CRAT MU. 8-3453 Elam, John Garrold, 220, 548 Elderd, Raymond Kenneth, Jr., 529, 365 Ellington, William Luther, 529 Elliott, Charles Sidney, 167, 325, 529 Elliott, Glenn Pierce, Jr., 325, 54-8 Elliott, Robert Randolph, 392, 529 Ellis, George Ray, 149, 150, 355, 4-60 Ellis, James Albert, 206, 513 Ellis, John Hunter, 347, 548 Ellis, Robert Westall, 158, 460 Ellwanger, Philip Sedwith, 166, 218, 548 Elmore, David Wells, 513 Elward, Edward Douglas, 529 Embry, John Milam, 529 Emery, Donald Koch, 156, 513 Emmett, William Webster, 111, 156, 513 Emory, Joe Boyd, 529 Enderson, Laurence William, Jr., 123, 160, 200, 206, 460 Endom, Donald Patrick, 158, 338, 460 Engels, Frank Paul, Jr., 396, 54-8 Ensley, Rufus' Neal, 178, 218, 529 Eppinger, Edward Al, 106, 359, 529 Epps, Gerald Allen, 548 Epps, Homer Jimmy, 396, 529 Epps, Robert Ernest, 177, 513 Epps, William Bunyon, 355, 529 Epstein, Gerald Robert, 148, 362, 441 Erickson, Gerald Francis, 158, 396, 460 Erickson, John Stephen, 355, 548 Erickson, Thomas Ward, 389, 548 Erlenkotter, Donald, 104, 111, 156, 314, 368, 513 Ernsberger, Gale Richard, 214, 513 Ervin, Robert Miller, Jr., 372, 54-8 Escribano, Julio, 187, 513 Esmond, Joel Barry, 119, 316, 529 Esslinger, Robert J ., Jr., 214, 320, 548 Estes, Richard Donald, 145, 460 Estrada, Jose C., 216, 54-8 Etheredge, Otis Konreid, Jr., 529 STUDENT INDEX - Continued Eubanks, Lamar Lyndon, Jr., 34-7, 548 Eubanks. Larry Burgess, 54-8 Eubanks, Thomas H., Jr., 548 Eudy, Charles William, 194, 355, 514 Evans, Alfred Downing, 111, 156, 514 Evans. Anthony Carroll, 396, 548 Evans, Douglas Milton, 392, 548 Evans, George Samuel, 548 Evans, Harold Clayton, 529 Everett, Charles Ballard, Jr., 548 Everett, Roger Newton, 403, 548 Everett, Samuel Roger, 529 Everitt, Henry Olin, Jr., 110, 152, 232, 359, 460 Ewing, Morris Malvern, 359, 548 Exum, John Otis, 162, 514 Ezell, Thomas Holmes, 529 Ezzell, James William, 152, 4-61 F Faber, Joseph Paul, 514- Facusse, Roberto, 461 Faglier, Richard Warren, 338, 514- Fairburn, David Reid, 334, 548 Falcon, Glenn Davis, 102, 104, 108, 114, 150, 410, 461 Falkner, Clay Edgar, 529 Falks, James Mason, 461 Falvey, Henry Thomas, 102, 104-, 108, 111, 155, 156, 184, 202, 229, 232, 461 Fancher, James Richard, Jr., 548 Farfel, Martin Irvin, 108, 110, 152, 174, 316, 461 Farill, Trent Griggs, 150, 410, 4-61 Farish, James Franklin, 529 Fariss, Donald Ray, 514 F arlow, Robert Edward, 529 Farmer, Bernice Ray, 529 Farmer, Bobby Franklin, 104, 110, 152, 178, 461 593 Farmer, John Edward, 548 Farr, William, 111, 328, 54-8 Farrahar, Lawrence, 338, 529 Farrer, James Curtis, 200, 548 Farrow, Thomas Hubert, Jr., 529 Faucett, Henry Lewis, 529 Fausold, Marshall, Jr., 156, 403, 461 Feagin, Leroy Henderson, Jr., 365, 529 Fee, Gene Boyer, 155, 461 Feild, Richard Hill, 350, 549 Feinman, Marvin Alan, 461 Felts, William Dean, 529 Felty, Hillra Hoyt, Jr., 350, 514 Fennell, William Frank, 111, 177, 549 Ferguson, Charles Anderson, 11, 333, 549' Fernandez, Julio Fernando, 529 Fernandez, Octavio Martin, 216, 549 Ferrell, Steve Kinard, Jr., 113, 162, 461 Ferrero, Carlos Eduardo, 403, 549 Field, Steven Elliott, 226, 314, 403, 529 Fields, Joyce Fisher, 529 Fields, William Henry, 122, 212, 514 Filler, Leonard Howard, 461 Fillingim, Carl Denny, 514- Filmer, Charles Henry, 365, 529 Fincher, James Scott, 110, 145, 4-61 Fincher, William Lee, 365, 549 Findley, Fletcher Pruitt, Jr., 14-9, 206, 529 Finley, William Charles, 529 Finley, William Paul, 388, 549 Fishback, Alton Joseph, 355, 549 Fisher, Gordon Francis, Il, 203, 314, 375, 514 Fisher, Wayne Aubrey, 200, 54-9 Fladger, Benjamin Bartow, Jr., 529 Flautt, Patrick W., 114, 216, 514 Fleetwood, Robert Wilbur, 167, 335, 529 Fleischman, Edwin Wilbur, 549 Fleming, George David, 156, 514 Fleming, John Moultrie, Jr., 350, 594- Fleming, Roger Blinn, 198, 314-, 385, 461 Adair Realty 8: Loan Company Realtors REAL ESTATE Commercial, Industrial and Residential INSURANCE, MORTGAGE LOANS and PROPERTY MANAGEMENT JACK ADAIR, President 56 Peachtree St. JA. 1-0100 Founded by R. T. Crane, l855 y CRANE co. VALVES - FITTINGS - PIPE PLUMBING AND HEATING Washington St. Viaduct ATLANTA 3, GEORGIA COMPLIMENTS OF A Friend Jersey Ice Cream Co. 784 NORTH HIGHLAND AVE. 0 TRinity 6-1076 FULTDN SUPPLY CUMPANY INDUSTRIAL TEXTILE CONTRACTORS Supplies and Aldfllillefy MU. 8-3400 ATLANTA, GA STUDENT INDEX - Continued Fleming, Samuel Hale Sibley, 113, 184, 203, 205, 224, 385, 4-62 Fleming, William James, Jr., 529 Fleniken, Joseph Girard, Jr., 162, 530 Fletcher, Bennie Dodson, 530 Fletcher, Charles Allred, 145, 214, 375, 514 Fletcher, John Jordan, 338, 549 Flinchum, John Allen, 158, 462 Flink, Lawrence G., 160, 462 Flippen, Robert E., 54-9 Flood, John Frederick, 549 Flood, Paul Murphey, 104, 108, 110, 152, 174, 202, 392, 4-62 Flournoy, Walter Roger, 462 Floyd, Franklin Weaver, Jr., 226, 396, 530 Floyd, Philip Lynn, 530 Flynn, Donald Earl, 396, 530 Folsom, Leon Lamar, .lr., 194, 514 Folsom, William Burns, 549 Fonts, E. Larry, 198, 314. 389, 514 Forbess, Donald O., 407, 549 Force, William Minor, Jr., 329, 549 Ford, James Lane, 146, 393, 462 Ford, James Thomas, 158, 214, 514 Foreman, Alling Clyde, 530 Forrester, Julian Owen, 167, 172, 325, 54-9 Fortune, John William, 199, 204-, 212, 462 Forward, Roy C., Jr., 338, 530 Foskey, Charles Gillam, 320, 54-9 Foster, Donald Leslie, 106, 158, 206, 514 Foster, Harold Quintin, Jr., 215, 549 Foster, Jackie Travis, 462 Foster, Jerry Charlie, 549 Fournier, Fred Baxter, 34-7, 549 Fox, Thomas Andrew, 54-9 Fox, Thomas Irvin, 174, 393, 549 Fox, William lrvine, Jr., 108, 111, 155, 156, 389, 462 Frady, Jerry F., 549 Francis, Ollie Brown, Jr., 179, 439 Franco, Manuel Salvador, Jr., 158, 216, 462 Frank, Perry Leonard, 316, 549 Gamblin, Thomas Allen, 5479 'Gammons, Vance Snelson, 152, 464 Gandia, Albert Anthony, 162, 190, 216, 514 Gann, Alvin Gerald, 106, 150, 226, 530 Gannaway, George Thomas, 549 Gantt, Carey Junior, 549 Gantt, John Robert, 218, 389, 514 Garanyi, Nicholas Frank, Jr., 375, 549 Garcia, Charles Wayne, 321, 530 Gardenhour, Cletus Leroy, 549 Garmany, John Welch, 150, 464 Garner. James Hood, 329, 549 Garner, Raymond Randolph, Jr., 118, 347, 514 Garrett, Joel McCall, 385, 464 Garrett, William Jerry, 112, 155, 202, 355, 514 Gartner, William Bernard, 464 Garvin, William Stanley, Jr., 397, 464- Gathright, Jack G., 530 Gattis. Donald Lee, Jr., 407, 549 Gayer, Charles Chester, Jr., 174-, 339, 514- Gay, Kermit Earl, 162, 196, 335, 514 Gay, Rudolph Eric, 163, 190, 464 Gehr, Nlires Carl, Jr., 362, 549 Gehring, Donald David, 228, 407, 530 Gt-ren, Philip Marion, 347, 549 Gershon, Alexander Arnold, 362, 549 Getman. Darryl Lee, 549 Gex, Walter Joseph, lll, 172, 549 Gianfresco, Paul Joseph, 193, 530 Gianilliat, Julian Heyward, 215, 329, 549 Giannattasio, Domenico Carlo, 530 Gibbon. John William. 549 Gibbs, Wesley Waits, Jr., 104, 120, 204, 464 Gibson. Charles Albert. 174, 178. 351, 514 Gibson. James Gerald, 163, 335, 549 Gibson, James Louis, 190, 464 Gibson, Raymond llagen, 339, 549 Gibson. Thomas Fielding, Jr., 194. 514 Gordy, Frank Alvin, 549 Gore, Neil Robert, 335, 530 Q0l'iCk, Joel Carl, 317, 549 C-Ocirfntan, Johnson Gresham, 158, 169, 335, Gorrell, Benjamin Haskell, r. Gossett, Lloyd David, 549 J 7 321, 530 Gotcher, James William, Jr., 439 Gothard, David Olen, 530 Gotsch, Robert Duncan, 119, 203, 339 465 Gottman, Lloyd Eugene, 355, 549' 7 Gould, David Wilfred, Jr., 120, 158 465 Grabuskie, Joseph Edward, 375, 536 Grace, William A., Jr., 158, 410, 530 Gracy, Ronald Alsberry, 465 Graesscr, Elmer Charles, Jr., 355, 530 Graham, Edward Worley, Jr., 530 Graham, William Franklin, Jr., 465 Granados, Francisco J., 216, 530 Granger, Luther Gerald, 118, 514 Graning, Charles Hugh, 549 Grant, Kenneth Michael, 163, 393, 514 Grantham, Ronald Emory, 514 Graves, Gerald Lawrence, 146, 514 Graves, William Moore, 389, 530 Gray, Francis A. 530 Grayson, Edward Purley, 530 Grayson, Stephen Robert, 530 Grayson, Thomas Lee, 549 Grazzini, Peter Francis, 216, 549 Green Howard Carl 530 Green, James Ceci1,l226, 321, 530 , Green, Green, Green, Green, Lowell Shellman, 229, 375, 530 itlichael, 400, 514 Robert Herman, 397, 514 William Joe, 144, 146, 465 Greene, Bernard Arthur, 549 Greene Greene , Frank Kirk, 465 , Michael Howard, 549 Greene, Ralph Forester, 325, 549 Greene. Robert Wilson, lll, 385, 549 Gibson. Gibson. Gibson. Thomas L.. Jr.. 549 Thomas Neuee. 111, 375, 514 William McCampbell, 351. 549 Franklet, Duane LeRoy, 439 Franklin, James Burke, 320, 549 Franklin, Samuel Clay, 320, 462 Frankum, Reo Darwin, Jr., 549 Frankum, Stephen Douglas, 365, 549 Grotew Frazier, Richard Theodore, 549 Frazier, William Frederick, 549 Freck, Charles Anthony, 108, 158, 178, 410, 462 Frederick, Robert Lyon, 351, 549 Freeman, John Rickenbaker, 106, 226, 229, 393, 530 Freeman, Paul Lee, 407, 549 Freeman, William Benson, 146, 202, 359, 462 Freeny, Stanley Leon, 102, 104, 108, 114, 149, 200, 462 Freid, Ralph Kober, 316, 462 French, Raymond Joseph, Jr., 106, 216, 549 Frentress, Zane, 463 Friedlander, Gerald Alan, 317, 549 Friedman, David, 190, 530 Friedman, Edward H., 362, 530 Frietoe, Kenneth Marston, 530 Fritz, Maurice Everette, 530 Frost, Roger Thompson, 530 Frueauff, Frederick R., 339, 514 Fudger, Arthur Wolfe, 397, 463 Fugitt, Benjamin G., Jr., 174, 190, 385, 463 Fulcher, James' Edward, 148, 218, 397, 530 Fulcher, Sim Bell, 122, 218, 385, 514 Fulghum, William Lee, 102, 113, 162, 463 Fuller Fuller , David Lee, 549 , Henry D. Clayton, Jr., 190, 463 Fuller, Fuller, Fuller, Robert Norman, 320, 530 Thomas, 111, 347, 549 William Newton, 152, 463 Funk, Beuford Harold, Jr., 375, 463 Fuqua, Quentis Garland, 530 Forbush, Kenneth Lloyd, 393, 463 Furniss. Henry D8WSlE'1, Jr., 215, 530 Gable, Raymond Lewis, 378, 530 Gable, Ronald Selman, 530. Gabriel, George N., Jr., 174, 329, 463 Galli, John Dallas, 549 Gallion, George A., 368, 530 Gallman, Harold Franklin, 372, 530 Galloway, David Fulton Shall, 111, 158, 369 463 Galloway, Philip Larry, 142, 463 Galpin, Ralph C., 174, 514 Gamble, Claude D., Jr., 530 Gamblin, Charles Robert, 158, 389, 464 Girldens, Thomas Lovett. Jr.. 321, 549 Giggins. Charles Stanley. Jr.. 530 Gil, Laureano F., 216, 530 Gilbert, George John, 102. 104, 124, 194, 355, 464- Gilbertson, Roger George, 397, 464 Giles. Arthur Paul, 152. 464 Giles. Benjamin Franklin. Jr., 190, 514 Gill, Thomas Melvin. 549 Gillespie. Carl Webb. Jr.. 530 Gilliam, Kenneth J., 200. 321, 530 Gilliam. William Reid, 152, 375, 464 Gilliland. Clinton Redmond, 124, 194, 514 Gillis, Alva Knox. Jr.. 108, 150, 335, 514 Ginn. Edward B., 530 Ginnocchio, Peter Lawrence, 530 Edward Henry, lll, 375, 514 Girard. Giroir, Harold Joe, 397. 464 Gissing, Peter William, 339, 530 Glenn, Charles Gilmer, 530 Glenn, Marion Woodward, Jr., 385, 549 Glenn, Robert Wall, 116, 218, 514 Glinsky, Salomon Seidner. 160, 549 Glover, Edmund Cook, 218, 530 Godfrey, Claude Spencer, 190, 378, 514 Godley, James Edward, Jr., 514 Godwin, Robert Owen, 102, 104, 108, 114, 149, 150, 202, 464 Goembel, Marvin Helmer, 152, 465 Goettinger, Ronald Benno, 321, 549 Goetz, Robert Charles, 160, 202, 321, 514- Goforth, Bobby Wilks, 530 Goldberg, Bill Spencer, 317, 549 Goldberg, Stanley Sol, 106, 317, 530 Golden, Edward Rufus, 212, 514 Goldsmith, lra Gordon, Jr., 400, 549 Goldstein, Richard Paul, 317, 549 Goldwasser, Jerry, 362, 465 Gomes, Fernandeo Pereira, 372, 549 Gomez, Pedro Pablo, 187, 403, 530 Gonzalez, Pablo, 216, 549 Gonzalez, Rafael, 120, 158, 4-65 Gonzalez, Santiago Ernesto, 160, 200, 549 Goode, Joseph Anderson, 514 Goodfellow, Gordon Parker, Jr., 549 Goodnew, .John William, 111, 146, 202, 351, 514 Goodloe, John Mills, 321, 465 Goodson, Joseph Watson, 154, 359, 530 Goodwyne, John O., Jr., 549 Googe, Charles Harbin, 549 Googer, Marcus Dee, 111, 530 Goolsby, Henry Carl, 514 Gorbandt, Charles Kellett, 342, 530 Greenlee, David Alan, 375, 530 Greenstein, Leonard, 314, 317, 514 Greenwood, Terry Flack, 212, 549 Greer, Evrith Braxton, 549 Gregg, Ronald Dan, 154, 393, 530 Gregory, Charles G., 549 Gregory, William Allen, 335, 549 Gresens, Glenn Frank, 549 Gresham. Harold Edwin, 531 Gresham, Herbert Ray, 531 Gresham, James Thomas, 106, 112, 531 Gresham. Philip Hoke, 465 Greyno lds, Elbert Berton, Jr., 407, 549 Grier, Robert Norman, Jr., 531 Grifhn, Alton Ray, 549 Griffin, Carlton Edwin, 102, 104, 149, 206, 466 Griflin, Charles Hayes, Jr., 149, 212, 514 Griilin, Marvin White, Jr., 550 Grilhn, Samuel Marvin, Jr., 113, 190, 385, 466 Grilhn, Grimss, Thomas Aloysius, 111, 393, 514 James Johnston, Jr., 466 Grimes, Bill Randolph, 550 Grimes, Clillord Brown, 152, 466 Grimes, George Hammond, Jr., 104, 110, 205, 314, 389, 466 Grimmett, Smead Hamp, Jr., 531 Griser, James Roberts, 550 Grissett, James Arthur, Jr., 466 Grist, Alpheus Carroll, Jr., 106, 116, 378, 531 Grist, John, Jr., 152, 466 Groover, Clifford Clayton, Jr., 152, 163, 439 old, William H., 550 Groves, Frank McCutchan, Jr., 550 Groves, Lorenza John, 111, 550 Groves, Norman Lee, 106, 376, 550 Grubb, Edward Dewey, 531 Grubbs, Joe H., 514 Gruber, Raymond Matthew, Jr., 104, 199, 531 Guadagno, Victor, 376, 550 Guard, Charles Gary, 550 Gudger, Frank Holder, Jr., 122, 174, 212, 389, 514 Guerra, Rafael Antonio, 531 Guerrero, Garcia Luis Alberto, 550 Guest, Robert Luther, Jr., 378, 531 Guflin, Orville Thomas, 365, 550 Guice, Ronald Harvey, 550 Gullett, Benjamin David, 111, 531 Gumenick, Steve J., 314, 400, 531 Gunn, Jack Neil, 218, 514 Gunter, Curtis Wayne, 184, 408, 466 Gunter, John Wyman, 163, 134, 408, 514 STUDENT INDEX - Continued Gurley, Thomas Brook, 114, 224, 232, 347, 514 F Gurney, lsaac ll.. 531 Guthrie, Charles Errol, 385, 531 Guthrie, Lucian Graham, Jr., 339, 531 Gutierrez, Gustave, 206, 216, 531 Gwaltney, William Henry, 385, 531 Gwynn, John Christopher, 144, 146, 456 H Haack, Harvey Otto, 389, 531 Haas, Steven Lawrence, 317, 531 Habeeb, Joseph William, 372, 531 Hadden, Thomas Edward, 149, 466 Hager, Robert Norlin, Jr., 200, 365, 550 Hagerty, Herbert Spencer, 11, 531 Hair, Leroy McCurry, 123, 160, 372, 514 Hairrell, William Blagovest, 559 Haithcock, Joe Howell, 160, 206, 466 Hall Bobby T., 550 Hall, Carlton Stewart, 372, 4-67 Hall, Donald Fordham, 467 Hall, Henry Daniel, 531 Hall Howard Lee, Jr., 155, 173, 467 Hall, Jack M., Jr., 335, 550 Hall James J., Jr., 531 Hall? James King, Jr-, 467 Harper, Joel Phillip, 550 Harper, John H., 531 Harper, Lloyd William, Jr., 163, 197, 468 Harper, Richard Mann, 314, 329, 4-68 Harper , William Rudolph, Jr., 515 Harrell, David Nlartin, 160, 351, 515 Harrell, Donald Reece, 123, 160, 218, 468 Harrell, Frank Colville, 174, 359, 439 Harrell, Jack Edwin, Jr., 556 Harrell, James Ellis, 191, 335, 515 Harrell , Sam Ronald, 113, 339, 468 Harrell, Thomas Benjamin. Jr.. 148, 468 Harrell, Thomas William, Jr., 550 Harrell, William Hines, Jr., 160, 213, 378 4-68 Harris, Andy Durham, 196, 365, 550 Harris, Benjamin Franklin, Jr., 359, 515 Harris, Charles Joshua, Jr., 106, 111, 321, 515 Harris, Charlie Williams. Jr., 550 Harris, Dwight Edison, 408, 515 Harris, Emory Franklin, 160, 167, 515 Harris, Franklin Richard, 228. 4-68 Harris Henry Earl, 146, 218, 515 HarnSQKaye Don,163,167,174,184,191 515 Harris, Max Harwell, 531 Harris, Murray Steve, 321, 550 Harris Robert Alfred, Jr., 106, 216. 226, 403f55O Hall, James Rodney, 166, 531 Hall, Milton Samuel, Jr., 103, 150, 218, 335,514 Hall, Richard Steven, 550 Hall, Thomas Hartley, 111, 122, 184, 198, 205, 215, 225, 314, 359 Hall, Thomas Joel, 152, 163, 467 Hall, William King, Jr., 120, 153, 467 Halligan, John Joseph, 177, 4-67 Hallmark, Billy B., 439 Hallock, David Duncan, 106, 200, 325, 531 Halloran, Randolph Morrell, 325, 550 Hallowes, Borden Rhea, 385, 550 Hallum, Teddy Windle, 146, 467 Halman, O'Lester Harvey, Jr., 196, 550 Halpern, Gilbert Norman, 15-0, 362, 531 Hamblen, Robert Atwood, 158, 378, 531 Hamby, Billy Charles, 228, 408, 550 Hamby, Franklin Harrison, 531 Hamby, Herbert Olander, Jr., 335, 467 Hamby, Paul Vann, Jr., 514 Hamler, Edward Bruce, 321, 531 Hamlin, Linda lris, 208, 550 Hammack, Robert Lavender, 514 Hammett, George Walter, 550 Hammett, Keith M., 325, 550 Hammond, Donald Lewis, 335, 550 Hammond, James Alexander, Jr., 515 Hammons, James Harvey, 104, 146, 218, 342, 467' Hammontree, Jesse Frank, 515 Hancock, Carl Vester, Jr., 550 Hancock, Herman Nat, 531 Hancock, John Philip, 158, 467 Hand, Charles Albert, Jr., 152, 467 Handley, Stephen Outlaw, 385, 550 Haney, Ted Ingram, 550 Hankinson, Frank Ervine, 111, 439 Hanna, Charles Gerald, Jr., 339, 515 Hanna, James Lewis, 531 Hannon, Roy Edwards, Jr., 355, 550 Haralson, William Lee, 129, 339, 531 Harari, Claude,143,515 Harbuck, Robert Harold, 152, 467 Hardee, James Edward, Jr., 163, 218, 339, 515 Harden Harden Harden Harden Harden , Delton Henry, Jr., 531 , James Curry, 351, 515 , Maxine Elsie, 208, 550 , Robert Bennett, 118, 515 , William D., 111, 329, 515 Hardin, Lawrence Everett, Jr., 158, 467 Hardin, Tommy Glenn, 550 Hardison, Thomas Donald, 515 Hardman, Roy Hamilton, Jr., 550 Hardy, Floyd Ensley, 468 Hardy, James Marcus, 163, 339, 468 Hardy, John Basil, Jr., 531 Hardy, Luther Charles, 531 Hardy, Lyman, Jr., 215, 393, 550 Hardy, Richard Herbert, 385, 531 Hargrove, Allen Seaborn, Jr., 550 Harris, Roy Vincent, Jr., 123, 160, 202, 393, 468 Harris, William Shelton, 163, 198, 385, 515 Harrison, Eugene Talbot, lll. 200, 218, 531 Harrison, James William. 167, 228, 408. 550 Harrison, William Lomar, Jr., 393, 515 Harsh, Dale Frank, 365, 550 Hart, Harry Lester, 531 Hart, James Wayne, 365, 531 Hart, John F., 531 Hart, Robert Charles, Jr., 531 Hart, Theodore Richard, 120, 122, 220, 469 Hartley, Donald George, 550 Hartsell, Monte Wayne, 550 Hartwig. Donald Elmer, 166, 531 Harvey, David Donaldson, 163, 191, 325, 469 Harvey, David Nesbitt, lll, 389, 550 Harwell. Blake Benjamin, 550 Harwell, John Brantley, 4-08. 515 Harwood. James Edward. 153, 393. 469 Haskell, Clyde Conrad, 144, 146, 515 Hassler. Charles Farris, 108, 339, 469 Hastings, George David, Jr., 321, 531 Hatakeda. Ariji, 206. 515 Hatfield, Alfred Stephen, 469 Hatten, Jimmy L., 550 Haught, Walter David, 339, 531 Hawk. Robert Joe, 372. 550 Hawkins, Charles Franklin. 321, 550 Hawkins, Holmes Johnson, Jr.. 355, 550 Hawks, James Mills, Jr., 531 Hawthorne. Hal Weaver. 194. 378. 550 Hawthorne. Harry Edward, Jr.. 116, 379. 531 Hayes. Michael E., 469 Hayman, Wilbur Zachary, lll. 383, 531 Haynes, Jack Durham, 104, 125, 469 Hays, Al Thomas, Jr., 515 Hazlett, Harry Lynn, 325, 469 Hazlett, Richard Edwin, 196, 365, 550 Head, Peter Sprague, 365, 515 Head. Sidney Alfred, Jr., 515 Head, Winston Adams, 550 Heard, Billy Franklin, 469 Heard, Ralph Lamar, Jr., 408, 531 Hearn, Robert Watson, Jr., 385, 531 Heasley, Allen Dean, 550 Heath, William Estill, Jr., 550 Heck, Richard Ray, 339, 531 Heckman, Robert Arthur, 339, 515 Hedges, Charles Stewart, 439 Heine, George Reginald, ll, 145, 347, 469 Heisel, Ralph Arthur, 148, 222, 441 Heller, Norman Gordon, 114, 150. 515 Hellerstedt, Robert Parris, 163. 206. 469 Hellerstedt, William E., 469 Hellhake, George Paul, 531 Helly, Lewis William, Jr., 531 Henderson, Harold Victor, 184, 228, 408, 515 Henderson, John Alexander, 550 Henderson, John Howard, 393, 550 Hendley, Jay Ronny, 532 Hendon, Blake McLain, 532 Hendon, Robert C., 385, 515 Hendon, Robert Gerald, 550 Hendricks, Gordon Eugene, Jr., 386, 550 Hendricks, Joseph Saxton, 111, 550 Hendrix, Dewane L., 532 Hendrix, Rosdon, 550 Hendrix, Roy Ernest, 469 Hendry, Aaron Ward, 379, 469 Henkel, Garry Nilson, 355, 550 Henley, Charles Fredrick, Jr., 515 Hennessy, George Charles, 102, 104, 106, 114,149,206,470 Henon, Paul Joseph, Jr., 355, 532 Henry, Scott Price, 470 Hemsick. Michael Traylon, 359, 550 Herbert, Charles F., 359, 550 Herbert, Charles Julian, 206, 532 Herbert, David Buchannan, 122, 153, 215, 359, 470 Herbert, J. Clayton, 550 Herbert, Walter Raymond, 111, 106, 532 Herbst, Douglas Ray, 216, 325, 550 Herlihy, Robert A., 148, 325, 532 Herman, Fred Wade, 550 Herndon, David Lewis, 335, 532 Herrin, James Samuel, 550 Herrington. Thomas Henry, Jr., 167, 325, 550 Herrington, Thomas Nick, 163, 335, 515 Herrman, Charles Chapman, Jr., 104, 108, 122, 184, 193, 205, 218, 355, 470 Herrman. Kurt E., Jr., 550 Herron, Kenneth Leon, 515 Herron, Richard Dean, 355, 515 Hess, Noel Lee, 550 Hess, Cawthon Bell, Jr., 532 Hester, Jimmie Morris, 142, 389, S15 Hewitt, Williani B., 550 Hicks. Henry Luther, 532 Hicks, Jack Denham. 550 Hicks. Robert Franklin, 515 Hickson, William Henry, Jr., 325, 532 Hiddleston, Eugene William. Jr., 175, 408, 532 Hiers. Donald Lee, 550 l-liers, Robert Smith, Jr.. 123, 200, 397, 470 Hiers, William Newton. 515 Higgenbothem. Richard, 198, 386, 532 Higgins. Frederick B., Jr., 111, 155, 156, s 470 Hightower. William Harrison. lll, 118, 389 470 Hill Alan Gene, 200. 532 Hill Hill Hill Hill Byron York, 104, 403, 515 Carl Anderson. 532 Clyde 1Vayne, Jr., 550 Emily Cardine, 209, 220. 550 Hill. Herbert Charles. Jr.. 365. 550 Hill, Kenneth Ray. 335. 550 Hill Ralph Lenton, Jr., 329, 532 Hi Robert Geeslin. 102, 104, 120, 129, ll. 198, 386, 470 Harmon, Robert Eugene, 365, 550 Harken, Olaf Theodor, 222, 355, 550 Harmon, Charles A., Jr., 169, 531 Harmon, L. Kenneth, Jr., 155, 202, 321, 531 Harnage, Mallie Jay, Jr., 206, 515 Harner, Bruce Edward, 468 Harney, Edward Leo, Jr., 216, 550 Harper, Clem L., 111, 163, 191, 515 Helms, Helms, Charles Clinton, 393, 531 John Larry, 531 Hillbrath. Henry Speir. 200, 515 Hilliard, Edward Erwin, 550 Hilliard, William Malcolm, 550 Hillman, David Carl, 4-70 Hillman, Gary. 106, 193, 362, 532 Hinch, Richard Rea. 515 Hinckley. Freddie Lloyd, 150. 218, 515 Hine. John Pollock. 104. 108, 111, 470 Hinely. Alex D., 550 Hines, William Whaley, 439 Hinshaw. Eugene Curtis, Jr., 515 Hinson, David Chandler, 550 Hinton, William Arthur, Jr., 550 Hirsch, Beniamin, 125, 148. 441 Hirsch, Henry, 120, 158, 400. 470 Hirschy. Victor Louis, 403, 550 Ho, Donald Chung Chih, 163, 218, 470 Hobgood, Harold Howard, 551 Hodgdon. Paul Louis, 106, 339, 532 Hodges. Donald Richard, 551 Hodges, Edward Grey, Jr., 172, 339, 532 Hodges, George Garland, Jr., 551 Hodges, Harold Windell. 329, 532 Hodges. Lorentz Ryan, Jr., 148, 441 Helms, Marshall Leo, 122, 169, 218, 469 Helton, James Robert, 531 Hemphill, Jesse Claude, Jr., 379, 531 Hemsley, Richard, 397, 515 Hendershot, Frederick Alfred, 397, 532 Henderson, Donald Eugene, 515 Hodges, McBride Wyman, 532 Hodges, William Leslie, 515 Hoefges, Robert Peter, 355, 532 Hoffman, Martin Karl, 335, 551 Hoffman, Robert Martin, 153, 335, 470 Hofmann, Kenneth Martin, 551 Jones STUDENT INDEX - Continued Hoke, Tom Tobin, 389, 551 Holbrook, Charles David, 110, 153, 470 Holbrook, Donald Lee, 397, 551 Holcomb, Ben H., 365, 551 Holcombe, Barry Rhodes, 551 Holcombe, Richard Michael, 532 Holland, Harry Leslie, Ill, 329, 470 Holland, Larry Don, 551 Holland, Marilyn Nelson, 209, 412, 532 Holland, Thomas Julian, Jr., 532 Holley, Edward Raymond, Jr., 111, 157, 515 Holling, Wayne Ernest, 376, 551 Hollingsworth, William Franklin, 145, 157, 199, 379, 515 Hollis, David Leonard, 551 Hollis, Tommy Gene, 111, 142, 145, 212, 471 Hollistor, Herschel Clinton, Jr., 372, 551 Hollnagel, Ronald Otto, 176, 532 Holloway, Hubert L., 551 Holloway, James Robert, 212, 515 Holloway, Joe L., 532 Holmes, Dwight Ellis, 532 Holmes, Ray Ludford, 551 Holsinger, Oliver Ivan, Ill, 532 Holt, Albert Campbell, 11, 107, 194, 347, 532 Holt, Joseph McWhorter, Jr., 175, 325, 515 Holt, Robert Crandall, 110, 153, 163, 408, 471 Holt, William Ralph, 206, 408, 471 Holzworth, Ralph Ward, 532 Homans, Robert Roper, 175, 369, 532 Homer, Andres Segundo, 551 Hooker, Buddy, 206, 515 Hooks, Bennett Alton, Jr., 532 Hooper, Wendell Poe, 471 Hoover, Robert Donald, 379, 515 Hopkins, Dale Price, 158, 175, 178, 471 Hopkins, Harvard Vance, Jr., 329, 532 Hopkins, Richard Bauer, 397, 551 Hopper, Everett Mills, Jr., 551 Hord, John E., 403, 551 I-Iormberg, Robert Howard, 366, 532 Horn, Leslie John, 119, 179, 184, 194, 197, 225,408,471 Horne, Jackson Warren, 551 Horne, Jesse Reid, Jr., 198, 360, 532 Horne, John McNulty, 376, 532 Horton, Arthur Edward, 153, 177, 471 Horton, Paul Weir, 471 Horton, Wade Thomas, 339, 471 Horwitz, Jerome Howard, 107, 400, 532 Hotchkiss, Bruce Lawrence, 317, 551 House, Rodney Dale, 532 Houze, Richard Neal, 532 Hovan, Stephen B., 439 Howard, Hall Caldwell, Jr., 119, 157, 184, 198, 212, 225, 226, 314, 347, 515 Howard, John Louis, 116, 163, 379, 515 Howard, John Ralph, 122, 226, 321, 515 Howard, Joseph Earl, 515 Howard, Phillip Anthony, 321, 551 Howard, Richard Charles, 389, 532 Howarth, A, Morgan, 551 Howe, Philip Gardner, Jr., 163, 348, 515 Howell, George Lester, Ill, 532 Howell, James Harrell, 163, 191, 471 Howell, Kenneth Francis, 376, 532 Hubbard, James Lee, 551 Hube, Frederick Karl, Jr., 532 Hubner, Robert Whitney, Jr., 386, 551 Hudson, Cecil lvan, Jr., 102, 104, 116, 124, 129, 194, 196, 202, 379, 471 Hudson, John Henry, 111, 366, 551 Hudson, Robert Edward, 532 Heuther, Charles Wayne, 108, 114, 397, 472 Huey, Stewart Marshall, 348, 532 Hufimaster, Jason Rodney, 206, 532 Hoffstetter, Keith N., 215, 515 Hughes, David Hill, Jr., 355, 532 Hughes, Donald Richardson, 108, 158, 219, 335, 472 Hughes, Frank Will, 158, 472 Hughes, Larry Eugene, 178, 212, 376, 532 Hughes, Rufus Ralph, Il, 148, 215, 325, 515 Hughes, Thomas Joseph, 376, 516 Hughey, Walter Lee, 376, 532 Huhn, Ronald M., 551 Huis, Donald Eugene, 342, 516 Huie, Douglas Foster, 342, 516 Hull, Daniel Dowling, 321, 532 Hullender, Joe Maxwell, Jr., 532 Humphrey, Major Thomas, Jr., 344, 532 Humphrey, Robert E., 111, 157, 472 Humphrey, William A., Jr., 150, 167, 219, 532 Humphreys, Charles Bainey, 118, 145, 220, 156 Humphreys, James Harmon, 145, 220, 516 Humphries, .James Kent, 551 Humphries, William Randolph, 472 Hunder, Richard Lincoln, 372, 516 Hundley, Noble Francis, 408, 551 Hungerford, Ed Vernon, Ill, 532 1-Iunicutt, George Lawrence, 389, 551 Hunt, Thomas Morgan, 163, 325, 516 Hunt, Tommie Nelson, 472 Hunter, Carl Mercer, 397, 551 Hunter, Ewing Edward, 226, 389, 551 Hunter, Philip Roger, 472 Hunter, Richard Grant, 355, 532 Hupke, Thomas Earl, 325, 516 Hurd, Lewis Roland, 111, 157, 516 H urhin s, James Daniel, 532 Hurst, Herman Everett, Jr., 551 Hurst, James Joseph, Jr., 117, 143, 216, 516 Hurtado, Gilberto Perez, 216, 551 Hurtado, Guillermo, 516 Hussey, Martin Marion, Jr., 163, 191, 516 Hutcherson, Don C., 551 Hutcheson, Claude Hillyer, Jr., 196, 551 Hutche Hutche son, Lex Cass, 111, 551 son, Robert Paul, 551 Hutchinson, Ben Hughes, Jr., 114, 196, 219, 516 Hutchison, Joseph Boyce, 153, 219, 389, 492 Huzar. Stephen, 532 Hyde, John L., 157, 193, 351, 516 Hyde, Thomas Eugene. 516 Hyde, Thomas H., 516 Hyder, James Taylor, II, 551 Hyman, Nelson Lawrence, 102, 104, 108, 120, 158, 472 I Ifrach, Isaac. 104, 110, 153, 472 lmlay, John Prescott, Jr., 163, 472 Ingram, Charles Wallace, 111, 472 Ingram, Edward Alfred, 532 Ingram. James Robert. 148, 472 Inman. George Hull, 120, 158, 4-72 lrastorza, Jose Carlos, 533 Irwin, Richard William, 369, 551 Isaacs, McAllister, III, 533 Isgette, Harold Capers, 376, 533 lvemeyer, Allan Craig, 551 Ivey. Cecil Edward. 206, 516 Ivie, James Russell, 163, 191, 325, 472 Jackson, Charles Alvan. Jr., 348, 551 Jackson, Earl B.. 149, 473 Jackson, Francis Nlarion, Ill. 533 Jackson, James A., 533 Jackson. Johnny Clarence, Jr., 551 Jackson, R. Bruce, 176, 215, 551 Jackson. Robert Young, 4-73 Jackson, William Smith. 321, 533 Jacob, George Richard, Jr., 129, 198, 360, 533 Jacobson, Olaf Scott, 533 Jacobsen, William Rich, 439 Jacquette, William James, Jr., 148. 216, 441 Jahnke, Willis Herman, Jr., 351, 551 James, Charles Newton, 194, 200, 344, 516 James. David Robert, 154, 202, 473 James, Fred Van Buren, Jr., 551 James, Jesse Clopton, 439 James, Leonard Wilbur, Jr., 228, 473 James, Murray Burnette, 379, 551 James, Reginald Marion, 551 Janicek, Hubert A., Jr., 439 Jankowski, Frederick John, 206, 473 Jarrell, Jarrett, James Henry, 533 LeRoy K., 516 Jay, Ronald M., 410, 551 Jedlicka, Charles Lee, 108, 159, 200, 219, 229,473 Jeffares, Donald Jackson, 143, 516 J eli ries, Jenison, Joseph, Jr., 551 William Donald, 533 Jenkins, Ernest Raymond, Jr., 339, 533 Jenkins, D 329, 516 Jenkins, Henry Allen, Jr., 533 Jenkins, Herbert Nefif, 473 Jenkins, Marvin Franklin. Jr., 533 Jenkins, William Thomas, 533 Jennings, Homer Clifford, Jr., 107, 533 Jenning s, Paul Edmond, 144, 533 Jennings, Richard Wayne, 339, 516 Jewell. Edward R., 177, 196, 200, 551 Joe, Herbert P., 516 Johannes, Richard Karl, 145, 14-6, 393, 473 Johns. James E., 116, 157, 516 Johnson, Allen West, 551 Johnson, Andrew Ricks, 551 Johnson, Bobby Gene, 206, 516 Johnson, Charles David, 516 Johnson, Charles Edward, 104, 123, 161, 194, 473 Johnson, Charles McDonald, Jr., 107, 179, 194, 516 Jolgigon, Charles Sidney, Jr., 124, 144, 325 Johnson, Elisha, Jr., 533 Johnson, Ellis Lane, 107, 200, 533 Johnson Forrest Fleming, 150, 551 , Johnson, Forrest Thomas Johnson .., 473 Franklin William, 474 Johnson, Fred Irvin, 176, 533 Johnson, Gerald Wayne, 551 Johnson, Guy Merton, 355, 551 Johnson, James Barney, 474 Johnson, James Charles, Jr., 207, 474 Johnson James Harold, 107, 533 Johnson, James Miller, 153, 207, 474 Johnson, James Wesley, Ill, 175, 204, 474 Johnson, Joel Albert, 551 Johnson, Joseph Clayton, 212, 348, 551 Johnson, Julius Glenn, 207, 533 Johnson, Karl Gunnar, Jr., 153, 474 Johnson, Keith Arlie, 336, 474 Johnson Larry Ray 143 474 Johnson, Luther Cleveland, 551 Johnson, Lynwood Albert, 439 Johnson, Nathan Monroe, Jr., 551 Johnson, Otis H., 533 Johnson, Roy Lee, Jr., 474 Johnson, Raymond Eugene, 144, 533 Johnson, Robert Edward, 329, 533 Johnson, Robert Joe, 104, 120, 158, 474 Johnson, Robert Leon, 474 Johnson, Roper Bland, 333, 475 Johnson, Stephen Paul, 533 Johnson, Wesley Herbert, 516 Johnson, William Frank, 475 Johnson, William LeRoy, 376, 533 Johnson, William Neely, 533 Johnston, Kenneth Dean, 533 Joiner, Roy Clark. Jr., 212, 551 Joiner, William Milo, Jr., 408, 533 Jolly, James Pierson, 102, 104, 146, 4-75 Jones, Alan Guy, 144, 475 Jones, Allen Oscar, 163, 516 Jones. Charles Anderson, 551 Jones, Charles Dewey, 111, 516 Jones, Charles Norbert, 516 Jones, Christopher H., 336, 551 Jones, Clarence Edward. 150, 219, 475 a Jones, David Richard, 344, 533 Jones, Dempsey Brian, Jr., 475 Jones, Edward Samuel, Jr., 113, 191, 386, 475 Jones. Emery Benjamin, 167, 397, 551 Jones George Hubert, 475 Jones, Henry B., 551 Jones Jones . Jeremy Boyd, 158, 200, 336, 516 , John Milton, 516 Jones, Larry Perdue, 329, 551 Jones, Newell Malcolm, 366, 551 Jones, Ralph Bowen, 163, 351, 516 Jones Richard Samuel. Jr., 163, 389, 533 Jones Robert F., 104, 115, 516 Jones, Wayne Butler, 475 Jones Wesley Monroe, 533 Jones William Oscar, 11, 184, 205, 475 Williain Richard 551 Georve Thomas, Jr., 123, 160, 200, Jordan, James M., 551 Jory, Philip Douglas, 163, 207, 222, 475 Josey, Fred Homer, Jr., 344, 516 Joyce, James Wallace, 393, 533 Joye, Clealand Mason, Jr., 516 Joyner, Joseph Howard, Jr., 150, 551 Judd, Charles Frederick, 226, 397, 533 Judd, Donald Keith, 146, 178, 219, 372, 516 Judd, Howard Leon, 104, 179, 475 Judd, Wilson Austin, 410, 551 Judge, Thomas Jackson, Jr.. 158, 336, 516 Judson, Roy Marshall, 220, 533 Jue, Johnny, 158, 475 Jue, Paul Richard, 516 Junco, Jose Antonio, 475 Justus, Carl Gerald, 551 Kadingo, Edward Patrick, 153, 163, 475 K Kahn, Judd Eugene, 516 Kahn, Lloyd F., Jr., 163, 175, 184, 191, 193, 205. 362, 516 Kaiser, James S., 533 Kampmeier, William Wass, 119, 339, 516 Kampouris, George N., 175, 186, 533 Kane, John Joseph, 551 Kane, Thomas Anthony. Jr., 533 Kantor, Willialn Alan, 150, 400, 533 STUDENT INDEX - Continued Kaplan, Charles H.. 179, 400, 533 Kapp, William Karl, Jr., 314, 376, 533 Karl, Orvis Dunham, 144-, 344, 516 Kartzmark, Roy Malvin, JT-, 161, D16 Kase, Kenneth Raymond, 107, 533 Kaulimann. Joseph Chester, lV, 533 Kazangey, Thomas, 551 Keal, William M., 369, 476 Kearson, Robert Frank, Jr-, 113, 191, 322, 476 Kee, Marvin Earl, 551 Keene, William Patrick, 551 Keener, Gary Franklin, 533 Keith, Carlton Harbin, 339, 551 Keith, Fred Larkin, 120, 516 Keith, William Frederick, 113, 476 Kellam, Armine Brooks, 476 Keller, Norman Bruce, 551 hailes Neil 325 551 Kellef. C ' . , ' , Kelleifl Donald Ti,0,,,,s, 110, 219, 389, 4-76 Kelley, Jerry Greene, 476 Kelley, Marschell Wade, 551 Kellogg, Craig Kent, 144, 200, 516 Kelly, 'thomas Joseph, JT-, 551 Kelly, William Arthur, 179, 376, 516 Kellon, James Congleton, 108, 144, 146, 476 Kemp, Ted, 551 Kendall, Roland Byron, 379, 551 Kendrick, James Austin, 551 Kendrick, Richard Pierce, 228, 229, 476 Kendrick, Walter Michael, 146, 476 Kennedy, David Emanuel, 207, 533 Kennedy, J. Pat, 393, 551 Kennison, David Lee, 108, 111, 410, 476 Kent, Jack Cecil, 219, 551 Kent, John William, 163, 167, 184, 408, 476 Kessler, Raymond Nelson, Jr., 177, 533 Key, Alan MacDonell, 360, 516 Key, Woodrow Earl, 533 Keyes, Joseph Wayne, 161, 516 Keys, Noble Van, 355, 533 Kilburg, Richard Frank, 439 Kilcline, Frederick William, 216, 552 Kile, Robert Karl, 533 Kilgo, Marvin M., Jr., 403, 533 Kilgore, Bernard A., 516 Kill, Peter A., 322, 516 Killebrew, J. Lloyd, 212, 533 Killian, Richard Lee, 533 Killinger, Douglas Eugene, 158, 477 Kimbro, Ken E., 533 King , Charles Gordon, 552 King, Donald Marion, 533 King, Edward William, Jr., 379, 516 King, Graham Barrington, 146, 355, 516 King, Hugh D., Jr., 200, 533 King, Jerry Austin, 153, 207, 477 King, Joe Brewster, 477 King John Winfred, Jr., 207, 533 U, King, Jon Joe, 552 King, Larry Dean, 552 King, Mary Ann, 209, 533 King, Richard Davis, 104, 552 King, William Burns, 351, 533 King, William Edward, 153, 477 Kinn Kinn ebrew. Robert Edwin, 533 ett, James Taylor, Jr., 386, 552 Kinsley, Robert A., 175, 366, 516 Kinslow, William Edward, Jr., 376, 533 Kint, Arne Tenis, 534 Kirchloff, William Emil, 379, 552 Kirk. Adrian, Fleetwood, Jr., 534 Kirkpatrick, David Alan, 516 Kirw an, Michael Keith, 4-03, 552 Kisner, John Leonard, 369, 516 Kitchens, Marion Dudley, Jr., 161, 477 Knowles, David R., 552 Koenig, Phillip Russell, Jr., 397, 552 Kokal, August, Jr., 552 Kolchin, Leonard Joseph, 191, 317, 477' Koller, William Watson, 154, 477 Kollie, Thomas G., 117, 517 Kolman, Ronald, 441 Koplan. 1rwin, 317, 552 Koralek, Alan Sanford, 317, 552 Kortes, Jerry Michael, 552 Kosinski, Andrew James, Jr., 102, 104, 108, 158, 477 Koval, Harold, 317, 552 Kowal, Jelirey Arnold, 317, 552 Kowalsky, Bradley Dean. 104, 123, 161, 477 Kown, William Bruce, 552 Kraft, James Howard, 104, 120, 178, 379, 517 Kramer, Kenneth, 317, 534 Krasnow, Edward. 317, 477 Kravitz, Lewis Philip, 317, 534 Krebs, Malcolm Sidoine, 552 Kreuzburg, Steven Douglas, 552 Krummel, John Cary, 175, 339, 517 Krupa, John, 111, 552 Kulback, Arthur David, 150, 401, 552 Kurtz, Howard Worrell, 355, 552 Kwasnik. Michael Wlillliam, 153, 477 LaChance, Ronald Joseph, 194, 534 Lackey, Richard Clark, 534 Lacy, Olin Montgomery, Jr., 360, 552 Laidlaw, Stephen Radcliffe, 372, 534 Lair, Thomas Eugene, 142, 163, 477 Laird, Daniel Futch, 119, 185, 226, 314, 404, 477 Lam, Yuen Gal, 552 Lamar, Robert Oscar, 111, 157, 173, 175, 389, 517 Lamb, John Wyman, 329, 517 Lambe, Joe Lovick, 325, 478 Lancaster, David Hartwell, 552 Land, Aaron Jenkins, Jr., 163, 168, 226, 389, 534 Landers, Kay Roscoe, 534 Landreth, Harrell Louis, 207, 552 Landrum, Charles Rabun, 552 Lane, Robert Stanley. 366, 517 Lane, Walter Howard, 478 Lang, Stephen, Jr., 552 Langford, Howard Arthur, 534 Langford. John Harrison, 517 Langley, Robert Archie, 194, 517 Langston, Dexter Lyndon, 339, 534 Lantz, Robert Butler, 552 Larriva, Rene Felipe, 534 Lasalla. Vincent Joseph, 552 Lassetter, Lewis A., Jr., 404, 517 Latimer, Roy Thomas, 393, 517 Latimer, Walter Francis, Jr., 386, 552 Lattal, Gerald Leonard, 105, 123, 161, 410, 517 Laube, Keith Dodds, 517 Laurens, Robert Larry, 552 Lavoy, Alan Arthur, 322, 552 Law, Fleming, 175, 329, 478 Law, James Lewis, 372, 517 Law, John Anson, 552 Lawler, Bob Edward, 107, 339, 534 Lawrence, George Clough, 325, 552 Lawrence. Ralph E., 11, 178, 517 Lawson, David O'Dell, 147, 393, 534 Lawson, Robert Lee, 393, 552 Layne, James Herndon, 150, 315, 379, 517 Leach, David Watson, 478 Leach, William Owen, Jr., 226, 322, 552 Lebkuecher, Ralph Philip, Jr., 167, 169, 185, 228, 408, 4-78 LeConte. William Louis. 157, 207, 478 Lemasters, William Steven, 326, 534 Lemoyne, lrve Charles, 552 Leonard, Jimmy Joe, 534 Leonard, Leroy Edward, 339, 534 Leonard, Richard Lloyd, 478 Leon-York, Carlos, 125, 14-8, 478 Lepore, Donald Alfred, 143, 398, 517 Lerdon, Wesley Emile, 154, 202, 333, 478 Leroy, Walter William, Jr., 163, 215, 226, 376, 517 Lesesne, Brannon Barclay, Jr., 198, 199, 360, 534 Leslie, Charles Pleasant, Jr., 552 Leslie, Lesser, William Hunt, 153, 389, 478 Neil, 149, 150, 363, 517 Levin, Richard Sigmund, 363, 552 Levine, Steven Harold, 401, 534 Lewis, Charles Merlin, 534 Lewis, Charles Turner, Jr., 144, 147, 219, 389, Lewis, 517 Gerald W., 552 Lewis, Jack Edwin, 517 Lewis, Larry Posey, 534 Lewis, Robert Anderson, 215, 552 Lewis, Robert Mitchell, 185, 193, 363, 517 Lewis, Robert Preston, 389, 552 Lewis, Thomas Edwin, Jr., 552 Lewis, Wayne 1veY, Jr., 534 L'Hommedieu, Frederick John, 369, 517 Ligon, Charles King, 175, 355, 517 Ligon, John Alex, 552 Lilllie, Donald E., 195, 517 Lilly, Ben Ellis, 167, 348, 552 Lindauer, Ronald Edward, 215, 355, 534 Lindsay, Herbert Edmond, 110, 153, 215, 369, 478 Lindsay, William Moore, 200, 220, 534 Lindsey, Gerald Douglas, 534 Linebe Linebe rger, William Carl, 552 rger. William Franklin, 153, 479 Linerode, James David, 552 Lingua, Louis Phillip, Jr. Linton, Arthur Gene, 479 Lippert, G. David, 222, 344, 534 Lipscomb, Donn Barry. 107, 173, 315, 408, 534 Lipthratt, Charles Vernon, 534 Little Little, Little, Little, Little, Litrlefi Augustine Patterson, 111, 386, 552 Francis Howard, 517 James Hardy. 111. 213, 404, 552 John Alexander, 111, 157, 439 Sheldon, 401, 479 eld. Jerry Marshall, 552 Littrell, Harrv Reese, 517 Lee Kitchens, Wendall Redd, 552 Kleiman, Charles Edward, 372, 477 Klein, Greg Hazen, 200, 397, 477 Klgin, Lawrence Victor, 161, 200, 314, 400, 16 Klein, Manfred W., 534 Klgig Robert Joseph, 144, 147, 179, 369, LeCroy. Charles Michael, 177, 534 Ledbelter. Robert Harbin, 113, 478 Lee Charles Clifford, Jr., 552 Lee Edwin Caldwell, 534 Lee, James Gordon, Jr., 389. 534 Lee, James Thomas, Jr., 517 Lee, Jimmy Gerald, 517 John William, 393, 534 Klevecz, Robert Raymond, 376, 552 Knapp, Charles Earl, 552 Knecce. Roland Royce, Jr., 403, 552 Knezevich, Vladimir John, 11, 516 Knight, Furman Delano, 107, 14-5, 219, 517 Knight, Jack Morris, 360, 552 Knig ht, James Emmett, 552 Knight, John Gibbons, Jr., 403, 552 Knight Walter Dale, 366, 552 Knight: Wilbur Russell, 212, 228, 4.03, 552 Knowles, Beverly Bernard, 552 Lee, Joseph Moore, 111, 329, 517 Lee, Julian Ralston, 205, 517 Lee, William Earl, 552 Lee, William John, 108, 336, 517 Lee, William Thomas, 212, 339, 534 Leeper, Charles Gilbert, 552 Leff, Clyde Toby, 318, 552 Leibowitz, Theodore, 161, 200, 478 Leister, Frank Clagett, 167, 348, 534 Leiter, Darryl Jay, 124, 195, 363, 478 Lemasters, John Nelson, 111, 149, 478 Liu, Frank-Keh, 439 Livingston, Dale Patrick. 326, 552 Livingston. Gerald Jacob, 517 Livingston, Thomas Jerry, 153, 479 Llewellyn. William Morgan, 534 Lobato. John Michael, 439 Locke. Warren J.. Jr., 219, 404, 552 Lockemann. Frederick William, 552 Locklear, James Patrick, 163, 383, 479 Lockwood. Richard Carey, 552 Loef. Frederick Joel. 175, 318, 479 Lofblad. Robert Paul, Jr., 119, 123, 161, 393. 4-79 Lohr, Paul Richard, 376, 534- Lolirengel, Gert Joachin. 216. 552 London, Gerald L.. 199, 318, 517 Long. Thomas Oldson, 163, 191, 479 Long, Thomas Telfair, Jr., 552 Longino. Clifford Linden, Jr., 110, 153, 390 479 Longino. George Franklin. 111, 552 Longo. Adriel, 115. 150, 479 Looney, Robert Edward, Jr., 552 Lott. Francis Marion, 125, 129, 148, 326, 479 Love. Samuel Holcomb, 552 Lovelace. Frederick Schilling, 517 Lovett. Paul Lively, Jr., 336, 517 Lovvorn, H' mer Bernard, Jr., 103, 113, 202 207, 480 Lowe, Chester Arthur, Jr., 348, 534 Lowe, Wilbur Franklin, Jr., 390, 517 Lowery, George Claude, 534 Loczgrgdes, Richard 1'On, 111, 161, 215, 376, Lowry, James Francis, 554- Lubel. Kenneth Edward, 318, 517 Lucas, Alexander W., 213, 534 Luciani, Joseph. 175, 383, 534, Lucius, Howell Kirk, 534 Luebke, Robert Bingham, Jr.. 534 Lueders, Robert James, Jr., 219, 376, 480 Luey, John Dexter, 386, 552 Lummus, William Schley, Jr., 552 McMa STUDENT INDEX - Continued Lundy, Thomas Eugene, 200, 552 Lupo, Edward Dixon, 195, 390, 480 Luttrell, Boardman Crumpton, Jr., 534 Lubanon, Matthew, 401, 534 Lyle, Terry Alan, 393, 552 Lyman, Stewart Fleming, 329, 534 Lyon, Wilford Charles, Jr., 103, 113, 175, ' 352, 480 Lyons, Donald W., 534 Lyons, George John, 11515, 186, 534 Mabry, Howard Pressley, Jr., 228, 408, 552 Mabry, Richard Barnes, Jr., 480 MacDonald, Herman lrwin, Jr., 161, 480 MacEvitt, James Michael, 111, 161, 336, 517 Magnan MacGib bon, James David, 552 MacGregor, Robert David, 534 Mackoul, Jerome Ronald, 552 MacLeod, David Scott, 552 Madden, Charles Edwin, 379, 534 Maddox, Ernest Russell, 199, 326, 552 Maddox, Jimmy Dan, 215. 393, 552 Maddox, Robert Edwin, 213, 534- Maddox, William Henry, 360, 552 , Jesse Dewey, Jr., 552 Majzoub, Nadim M., 480 Maksi, Gregory Earl, 552 Malia, Edward Powell, 339, 517 Malloy, Loranzo Darnell, 373, 534 Malone, Rosser Adams, Jr., 330, 534 Manders, Johnny Howard, 534 Maner, William Albert, III, 330, 552 Manetta, Jon Lyman, 356, 552 Mann, Charles Kennedy, Jr., 517 Mann, James Neal, 110, 14-5, 153, 480 Mann, Raymond Lee, Jr., 552 Manson, Ronald David, 176, 410, 552 Mantel, Rudy Ernest, 480 Manuel, John Frederick, 534 Manzer, Leslie Ray, 534 Marbury, Ritchey McGuire, 111, 219, 366, 534 Marchant, Albert Adrian, Jr., 173, 205, 226, 390, 553 Marcum, Don Clay, Jr., 553 Markert, Herman Rupert, 398, 534 Marks, Chester Devane, Jr., 373, 517 Marks, James Barry, 373, 553 Marlow, James Carroll, Jr., 153, 207, 480 Marquis, James Daniel, 379, 553 Marrocco, David Anthony, 373, 553 Marsh, Bob Lanier, 553 Marsh, Lawrence B., 553 Marsh, Samuel Oscar, 553 Marshall, Charles' Edward, Jr., 517 Marshall, Paul Gordon, 213, 534 Martin, Martens, Walter Frederick, 120, 315, 333, 517 Martin, Charles Jones, 517 Martin, Charles Lewis, 553 Martin, David Henry, 535 Martin, Douglas Edwin, 517 Martin, Edward Eugene, 480 Martin, George Harold, Jr., 116, 315, 344, 517 Martin, George Walter, 4139 Martin, Harry E., 333, 480 Henry Junior, 369, 480 Martin, Howard Canter, Jr., 348, 553 Martin, John Burnham, 179, 535 Martin, John Rodney, 119, 326, 517 Martin, Marvin Hampton, 228, 404, 535 Martin, Michael Bruce, 376, 535 Martin, Robert Malcolm, lll, 191, 393, 480 Martin, William Joseph, 366, 553 Martin, William Tyler, 348, 553 Martindale, Robert Franklin, 517 Martinez, Alberto, 163, 187, 216, 481 Martinez-Fortun, Abelardo A., 535 Martins, Sergio lvan Carvalho, 517 Masilek, William Leighton, 517 Mason, Francis Alfred, 553 Mason, Rausey Wood, Jr., 122, 322, 517 Mason, Robert Edward, 213, 535 Massey, Edmund Carroll, 111, 105, 110, 153, 481 Massey, Robert Howell, 151, 339, 535 Masters, David Alderson, 228, 411, 535 Mathews, Harland Evans, 322, 4-81 Mathews, Harry Thomas, 124, 179, 195, 481 Mathews, James Bailey, 34-8, 553 Mathis, James Branson, Jr., 145, 158, 175, 366, 481 Matos, Philip Waite, 119, 147, 185, 386, 481 Matthews, George Walter, 191, 481 Matthews, Theodore Dalmos, Jr., 340, 535 Mauldin, James Edward, 553 Mauney, Richard Eugene, 481 Maury, Ronald Jon, 360, 535 Maxwell, Thomas Hayes, Jr., 155, 158, 185, 228,404,431 May, James Roland, 553 May, Robert Markey, 179, 373, 535 Megyg,3RoseMarie Patricia, 173, 209, 217, Mayer, Gilbert Joseph, 108, 115, 149, 151, V 185, 4-04, 4.81 Mayfield, Harold Glenn, 517 Nlalygnarcl, Charles Nelson, 103, 110, 204, Maynard, Homer Spencer, 201, 535 Mayo, Ned Henderson, 195, 376, 482 Mays, Henry Berry, 379, 553 McAdams, William Richard, 553 McAlpin. James John, 553 McAuliffe, Robert Nelson, 553 Mclirayer, Robert V., Jr., 553 McCall. Gene Heath, 107, 196, 330, 535 McCamy, Robert Julian, Jr., 129, 330, 535 McCaughan. Robert Henry, 198, 322, 517 McClain, William Stephen, 535 McClane, Glenn Ernest, 553 Mgfflelland, Joseph Taylor, Jr., 157, 217, 7 McCleskey, James Marvin, Jr., 175, 219, 356, 517 McCloud, Walter Jackson, ll, 129, 34-0, 553 McClure, Roy Lee, 517 McClure. William Frederick, Jr., 553 McCollum. Jerry Donald, 147, 219, 356, 482 McCollum, John Pete, Jr., 213, 517 Mtgggnkey. Albert Jefferson, Jr., 215, 390, McConnell, James D., 175, 373, 517 McConnell, Lawson Jackson, 163, 330, 517 Miggok, James Washington, 111, 113, 360, McCormick, Foster, 356, 553 McCormick, Henry Thomas, 553 McCowen, Albert lrvin, Jr., 163, 482 McCowen, David Swails, 179, 348, 553 McCoy. Huey Eugene, 118, 142, 518 McCoy. Wiley R., Jr., 352, 553 McCrarY, James Lawrence, 553 McCrary. Robert E., Jr., 836, 482 McCullough, Michael Jefferson. 366, 553 McCullough, Thomas Lewis, 553 McDaniel, Raymond M., Jr., 379, 553 McDaniel, William H., Jr., 553 McDaniel, William James, 482 McDonald. Benjamin Beebe, 111. 360, 553 McDonald. David Bruce, 196. 553 McDonald. Walter Raleigh, Jr., 553 McDonald, William Donald, Jr., 376, 535 McDonnell. Gary Theodore, 553 McDonough. Robert Hudson. 340, 517 McDonough, Thomas Joseph, Jr., 177, 535 McDowell. Bruce Donald, 440 McDufhe. Grover Lee, 535 McDugald, Thomas T., 179, 213, 535 McElroy, Bobby Jack, 553 McElve-en, William Harry, Jr., 103, 105, 121, 159, 322, 482 McFarland, George Kerr, 103, 105, 108, 121, 159, 482 McFerrin. Glenn Bradford, 553 McGarrity, Addison Lorraine, Jr., 103, 105, 108,121,356,482 McGee. Edgar Luther, 107, 535 McGee, James Davis, 157, 482 McGee. Kenneth C., Jr., 215, 553 McGee, William Hampton, 518 McGinley, Patton Hopkins, 482 McG1amary, Charlie Norman, 535 McGoogan, Joe Thomas, 151, 535 McGowan. Oliver Wendell, 179, 219, 518 McGrath. Leslie Hobbs, 167, 553 McGri11', Robert Collier, 553 McGuire, .James Arvin, 518 MeGuirt, Charles William, 219, 340, 535 Mcllvaine, James Thompson. 344, 553 Mclntosh, Eddie, 408, 535 Mclntosh, Edward Joseph, 167, 207, 553 Mclntyre, Robert Lee, 108, 115, 151, 175, 202, 518 McKay, James William Carroll, Jr., 553 McKee. James Robert, 553 McKee, Marvin Lavern, 103, 105, 109, 115, 202, 369, 4-83 McKenney, David Mozley, 326, 535 McKenney, Henry Reid, Jr., 535 McKenzie. Jerry Michael, 110, 153, 163, 219, 390, 483 Mclieown, Thomas Walter, 121, 159, 193, 207, 483 McKeral1, Samuel G., 11, 553 McKibben, William Pullin, 553 McKinley, Henry Joseph, Jr., 535 McKinley, Howard Lindsay, Jr., 535 McKinley, John H., Jr.. 386, 553 McKinney, Harold Gartner, 143. 393, 518 McKinnon, Charles Alexander, Jr., 553 Mclxissick. Rutherford B., Jr., 553 Mel',ai McLai n, David Kenneth, 105, 124-, 195, 518 rt, Garrison Bishop, 366, 553 Mc1.ees, William Lee, 151, 483 Wflfnflon. .lay Russell. 163, 219, 356, 518 McLeod. John Daniel. Jr.. 404. 553 McLure, Robert Gordon, Jr., 404, 518 ster. David Gerald, 103, 105, 109, 14-7, 483 McMillan, Jimmy Harold, 553 McMi1len, John Fager, 121, 373, 483 McNeill, David Armstrong, lll, 198, 315, 322, 518 McNeill, Donald Ray, 535 McNie1, Charles Scott, 380, 535 Mcljhail, Robert Davis. 167, 217, 535 McRae, David Edward, 553 McRee, Robert Elmer, Jr., 535 McSwain, Delano Russell, 111, 518 McTague, Stephen Bartholomew, Jr., 199, 201, McTie 330, 553 r, Robert Franklin, 159, 390, 483 McWhorter, Earlon Curtis, 535 McWhorter, Kenneth J., 535 McW'horter, Thomas Robert, 111, 157, 440 Meacham, George Oiy, Jr., 142, 483 Meadows, Coleman Joseph, 535 Meadows, Don Melvin, 535 Meadows, Philip Orr, 120, 145, 158, 185, 356, 518 Meadows, Robert Allen, 105, 109, 123, 161 185, 356. 483 Mealing, E. Thorpe, 148, 441 Mechoso, Amelio E., 217, 553 Medlo ck, Bobby Jerald, 553 Mehafley, Charles Richard, 483 Mehatifey, George Pierce, 158, 483 Mehaffey, Joseph Hawley, Jr., 535- Mehafley, Thomas Michael, 111, 157, 198, 386, Mehl, Meill, 483 Raymond Raphael, 535 Michael Ernest, 366, 553 Meineke, Harlan Henry, 553 Mellichamp, Duncan Adair, Jr., 105, 144, 326, 518 Mellichamp, Joseph McRae, 326, 553 Mendiri, Pedro Rafael, 217, 553 Mendivil, Freddy Ernesto, 553 Mengason, James, 186, 535 1 Xllenger, Johnny Virgil, 204, 483 Menscer, William Harold, 518 Mercer, James C., Jr., 553 Mercer, Ronald Rhodeal, 553 Merl, Frank Harkins, 202, 483 Merritt, Cecil Ray, 518 Merry, Kenneth Holmes, Jr., 105, 121, 145, 386, 483 Merton, Dennis Percy, 398, 553 Metersky, Morton Lewis, 161, 484 Methvin, Gaynell C., 518 Metz, Paul Sohm, Jr., 535 Mever s. William B., 157, 175, 207, 518 Mexil, Darryl Roy. 363, 553 Meyer, David M., 390, 518 Meyer, Edward Eugene, 215, 376, 553 Meyer, Gerald Joseph, 215, 393, 535 Meyer, Harry, Jr., 336, 535 Meyers, David Clifford, Jr., 4-84 Middlebrooks, Charles Overton, Jr., 157, 199, 213, 326, 518 Middlcbrooks, Harry LaFayette. Jr., 199, 322, 553 Middlebrooks. James Dauphin, Jr., 356, 553 Middleton. John Howard, 145. 199, 393, 518 Middleton. Sanford Gyron, 113, 191, 213. 484 Middleton, William A., 393, 535 Mielczarski, Anthony Frank. Jr., 199, 408, 553 Milam Miles, Miles, Miles, Miles. Miles, Miller Miller Miller Miller . Edward Lawrence, 111, 553 Edward, 348, 518 Grady Michael, 116, 518 Robert Donald. 348, 553 Walter William. Jr., 553 Wilson Daniel. Jr.. 553 , Bryan William, Jr.. 535 , Claude Milton, 553 , Donald Stafford. 161. 356, 484 Gary Walter, 110, 153, 484- 1 Miller, Jack Cleo, Jr., 518 STUDENT INDEX - Continued Miller, 217, 366, 518 Miller, George Thomas, Jr., 151, 196, 201, 553 Miller, James Justiss, 559, 555 Miller, Jerry Frank, 484- Miller, Jerry Payne, 518 George Edward, 105, 109, 123, 161, Morgan, Wesley Gray, JT., 394. 554' Morgenstern, Leslie Ira, 149, 205, 318, 536 Mori, Jean Albert, 105, 121, 129, 198, 360, 486 Morris, Charles Cola, 149, 207, 219, 486 Morris, Guy Vernon, 103, 105, 109, 115, 151, 179, 411, 486 Nicholl, Michael O'Neill, 554 Morris, Henry Phillip, 340, 518 Morris, James Fleming, 380, 536 Morris, Morris, Larry Eugene, 554 Orrill Hayes, 119. 153, 436 Morris, Robert Martin, 554- Nelson, Robert Earl, Jr., 348, 536 Nesbitt, Milton Henry, Jr., 159, 487 Nessmith, William Herman, 213, 536, Neville, Simon Melvin, Jr., 5361 Newberry, Jackson lrvins, Jr., 394, 536 Newburger, Sidney Harvey, 363, 536 Newman, Wilbur Koontz, Jr., 197, 404, 554 Newton, Melvin, Gary, 340, 554 Newton, Russell Emrich, 356, 554 Nicholas, Homer B., 163, 191, 487 Nichol, Harry Giffhorn, Jr., 201, 377, 518 Norton Miller, Joe Evans, 535 Miller, Marion Arthur, Jr., 484 Miller, Ralph Bryan, JL, 122, 196, 219, 414' 5118 ld H 1 148 484 Mil er, ona o meS, , Miller, Ronald Lewis, 153, 163, 207, 484 Miller William Allen, 336, 553 M'l1' 1 , D nald Lynn, 518 Milliliiiii, Rcdbert Clifton, 157, 369, 484 Millikan, Robert Joseph, 121, 166, 215, 330, Mills 518 Ga Lee 535 - 7 ry 1 Mills, John Blakely, 111, 553 Mills, Joseph Robert, 535 Mills, William Harold, Jr., 553 Mills, William Wesley, Jr., 153, 484 Milton, David, 119, 153, 175, 318, 485 Milton, Edward Vann, 220, 535 Mims, Minor, William Diuguid, 124, 195, 4-85 William Kimsey, 553 Minter, James Thomas, 485 Minter, John Rodgers, 518 Minton, Harvey Eugene, 553 Missroon, Alan McKagen, 352, 535 Missroon, James Frampton, Jr., 169, 352, 535 Mitchell, Charles E., 166, 226, 535 Mitchell, Donald Eugene, 553 Mitchell, Emmett Eugene, 535 Mitchell, James Robert, Jr., 352, 518 Mitchell, Kenneth Futrell, 535 Mitchell, Robert Arthur, 107, 207, 535 Mitchell, Thomas Alan, 159, 485 Mitche ll, Thomas' M., 11, 348, 535 Mitchell, Tolen Roger, 163, 404, 518 Mitchell, William Russell, 315, 340, 518 Mitchell, William Thomas, 404, 553 Morrison, Carl Newton, 536 Morrison, John Malcolm, 360, 486 Morrison, Robert Al, 398, 554 Morriss, Robert Henry, 486 Morros, Constantine Demetrios, 554 Morse, Roland James, 177, 536 Morton, John Edward, Jr., 340, 536 Moseley, Jack Ludwig, 356, 4-86 Moseley, Wilson Davis, 322, 536 Moseley, Gary Lee, 536 Moss, Martha Cecil, 142, 209, 232, 315, 412, 486 Moss, William Francis, 554 Moss, William Lorenzo, 11, 159, 486 Moss, William Roy, 149, 196, 215, 404, 486 Mothershed, Roy W., Jr., 336, 554 Mott, Roger William, 404, 518 Motz, Aubrey, 111, 394, 536 Motz, Fredric Carson, 394, 554 Moye, Charles M., 518 Muench, Charles A., Jr., 536 Muench, John M., 554 Mule, John Michael, 217, 554 Mulherin, Robert McLeod, 344, 486 Mullen, Sidney Russell, 352, 554 Mullen, Walter William, Jr., 215, 554 Mullins, Don Winsor, 105, 340, 518 Mullins, Wayne Foster, 554 Mullis, Donald Alvin, 518 Mulloy, Joseph Warner, 373, 518 Mumper, Melvin Eugene, 554 Munoz, Maximo E. F. 536 Munroe, Charles Poore, 390, 518 Murdoch, Strother Edward, Jr., 118, 142, 175, 202, 345, 518 Nichols, Edward Lane, 111, 195, 213, 554 Nichols, Oscar Terence, 366, 554 Nichols Nichols Nichols Nichols Nickels , Robert Edgar, 487 , Robert Richard, 536' on, Herbert Franklin, Jr., 554 on, Howard Barry, 363, 518 on, Richard L., 115, 151, 5-18 Nicklow, Robert Merle, 103, 124, 169, 195, 202, 437 Nix, Fr eddie Lee, 554 Nix, Martha Evelyn, 201, 209, 213, 412, 536 Nixon, David Lafayette, 163, 487 Nixon, Ray Alonzo, Jr., 336, 536 Noble, Eric Armand, Jr., 487 Noble, Ralph Fette, 554 Noble, William Joseph, Jr., 554 Noel, William Parrish, 226, 398, 536 Noland, Eugene Boyd, 536 Norman, Barry Randolph, 518 Norman, James Homer, 554- Norman, Joe Martin, 11, 536 Norris, 488 Troy P., 173, 198, 219, 315, 373, Norton, Dan Hall, Jr., 369, 536 Norton, Ellis Ray, 554 Norton, Kelly Eugene, 554 Norton Leon Allen, 554 Nortonl Loyd Patrick, 356, 554 Norton, Robert Jesse, 554 Ross Erle 360 554 Mize, B-ruce Wallace, 176, 185, 485 Moate, Maynard Bernie, 535 Mobley, Wilson S., 554 Mohan, Robert John, 535 Molina, Carlos Alfredo, 187, 535 Moncrief, Millard Snow, Jr., 176, 213, 536 Monroe, Donald Hardon, 159, 179, 219, 356, 485 Montgomery, Paul B., 330, 554 Montiel, Hugo Ramon, 554 Montroy, Daniel Dickey, 330, 536 Monty, Rudy Vincent, 394, 554 Moody, Samuel Paul, Jr., 163, 485 Moody, Thomas Calvin, Jr., 340, 5-36 yu J 7 ' Mooney, Michael Cannon, 536 Moon, Ben Lane, 554 Moon, Elliott Clark, 191, 404, 554 Moon, Gerald Rex, 518 Moon, Henry Carlisle, 536 Moon, Richard Allan, 518 Moone ohn Albert 485 Moone y, Walter Edward, Jr., 155, 366, 518 Moore, Calvin Sillman, 348, 536 Moore, Edward C., Jr., 207, 485 Moore, Edward Earl, 113, 163, 207, 485 Moore Emory Lamar 536 , Moorez Howard Edward, Jr., 369, 536 Moore, Moore, Moore, Moore Hunter R., Jr., 485 James David, 113, 360,485 James Edward, 536 James Love, 390, 536 Murphey, George Evan, 159, 179, 486 Murphey, Thomas Harold, Jr., 121, 4-04, 486 Murphy, Brian M., 554 Murphy, Charles Andrew, 143, 169, 536 Murphy, Charles Crawford, 148, 336, 486 Murphy, Crawford O'Neill, Jr., 202, 315, 486 Murphy Fred Joe, 394, 536 Murp11YZ James Todd, 398, 536 Murphy, Joe Douglas, 554 Murphy, Joel T., 554 Murphy Thomas Arvin, 159, 167, 408, 554 Murrah: Bascom Wooten, 111, 352, 536 Murrah, Charles Allen, 487 Murray, James Calhoun, 390, 554 Murray, James Thomas, 163, 383, 487 Murray, Jere Tucker, 107, 536 Murray, Ray Edwin, 149. 487 Musitano, Charles Mario, 404, 554 Mustin, Richard Thomas, 554 Myers, Clarence Ray, Jr., Nunez lie Villavicfgncios, Antonio Luis, 187, 536 Nunn, Samuel Augustus, Jr., 198, 360, 536 Nunnally, Glyn Dodson, Jr., 518 O Oakes, William Ralph, Jr., 123, 408, 518 Oberlies, Robert H., 103, 105, 115, 149, 217 488 OlBrien, Paul Kennard, 226, 404, 554 Oden, Stephen Francis, 196, 213, 554 Odom, Shepherd Albert, 394, 554 O'Donnell, Charles Francis, 105, 121, 217, 488 O'Donnell, Paul Eugene, Jr., 105, 119, 145, 352, 519 Odum, William Henry, 111, 554 Oelkers, Richard, lll, 404, 519 Ogburn, Otis' Hartley, 4-88 O'Hara, Patrick Joseph, Jr., 4-08, 554 Ohrtman, Don Allen, 377, 519 Oien, Norman Charles, 404, 554 O'Keefe, David Allen, 519 O'Kelley, James David, 380, 488 Okeon, Melvyn Mayer, 318, 519 O'Kon, James Alexander, 175, 380, 519 O'Kon, Mary Rita, 173, 209, 217, 554 554- Myers, Thomas Jefferson, 366, 518 N Nagle, Richard Lee, Jr., 322, 536 Nahser, Philip Joseph, 107, 195, 487 Nairon, Joseph Buford, 195, 228, 536 Nakagawa, Tatsuo, 105, 115, 151, 487' Nall, Richard A., 518 Nance, James Glen, 112, 142, 360, 518 Nave, Carl Rodney, 213, 554 Navickas, Edward William, Jr., 161, 554 Neag, Donald Michael, 536 Moorel James Madison, Jr., 322, 536 Moore, James Thomas, 148, 376, 485 Moore, Jerrold Allen, 440 Moore, Joseph Perry, 191, 390, 485 Moore, L. Silas, Jr., 201, 5-18 Moore, Larry Davis, 518' Moore, Myron Clyde, 536 Moore, Ralph Jerry, 554 Moore, Ray Earl, 536 Moore, Roy Cornelius, 229, 404, 554 Moore, Thomas Allen, 201, 215, 554 Moore, Whayne Ray, 326, 554 Moore. William Smith, 111, 554 Moorh Cad, James Joseph, 518 Moran, Roy J., 215, 536 Moreiras, Jose, 115, 151, 485 Moreland, John Allen, 167, 348, 554 Morgan, Arthur Fort, 440 1J1g3ian, John Donald, Jr., 191, 219, 390, Neal, Harold Dennis, 380, 554 Neal, Heidt Fortson, 111, 322, 536 Neal, John Alva, 352, 554 Neal, Robert Lee, 340, 536 Neal, Willard Reid, 554 Neal William Clark 2 1 , 3 2, 554 Nease, Darvin Sidney, 518 Needham, Walter Dunmore, 11, 536 Neely, Edgar Adams, 111, 330, 536 Neely, James Eugene, 404, 554 Neely, J ohn Robert, Jr., 536 Neesemann, Fred L., Jr., 394, 536 Nelson, Cecil Kenneth, 352, 518 Nelson, Charles Philip, 177, 226, 390, 518 Nelson, Jimmy Ernest, 554 Nelson, Jimm Minter r. 219 Y , J , , 536 Jon Charles, 394, 554 Nelson, Nelson, Maurice Sanders, Jr., 175, 219, 336, 518 Oldham, John Hezekiah, 11, 159, 386, 488 Oldkno w, Joseph William, 554- Oldknow, Robert Wheeler, 554 Oliver, Oliver, Ollipha George Edward, 519 James Wise, 336, 536 nt, Webb Buckley, Jr., 215, 536 Olsen, Peter Anthony, 554 Olson, Frank Louis, 536 Olson, Robert Adolph, 536 Olson, Ronald Brandon, 377, 536 Onley, Franklyn Reide, Jr., 554 O'Quinn, Lonnie Parnell, 536 Ordonez, Guillermo, 554 Orgigfton, George Alexander, Jr., 228, 408, Osborne, Frederick Jennings, Jr., 157, 198, 380, 4-88 Osgood, Frank William, 202, 440 Otto, Darryl Dean, 322, 554 Ottomeier, Dale James, 201, 537 Ovrevik, Russell Lloyd, 554 Owen, James DuBose, 326, 519 Owen, Jerry Monroe, 554 Owen, Samuel Hobart, Jr., 519 Oxford, Ray Andrew, 554 Oxford, Tillman Douglas, Jr., 199, 215, 537 Oxley, Thomas Franklin, 201, 537 Ozkal, Kaya, 166, 537 Palmer Ellison Ca ers Jr. 199 404 537 STUDENT INDEX - Continued P Padgett, James Lee, 537 Padgett, Larry Randell, 147, 488 Padron, Frank Rafael, 554 Page, John Hunter, 537 Pair, John Ronald, 398, 554 Paisley, Clyde Albert, 103, 105, 115, 356, 488 7 p 7 7 7 5 Pappachristou, John, 163, 175, 186, 191, 519 Pape, Eugene Hunter, 519 Parham, Charles Lee, 554 Paris, Charles Dixon, 488 Parisot, Jean-Pierre Alfred, 537 Park, James Forrest, Jr., 537 Parke, Michael Charles, 405, 554 Perteet, Henry Jackson, 555 Peters, Benjamin Maxwell, 537 Peters, Bennie Hugo, 112, 142, 383, 490 Petersen Charles Thomas, 326, 537 Petersonl David Logan, 405, 537 Peterson, Paul Lee, 537 Peterson Ray Malcolm, 159, 490 PCl2CI'S'Ol'1Z Richard Aiiiri, Jr., 215, 345, 5,19 Peterson, Richard Louis, 555 Petit, Parker Holmes, 383, 555 Parkeri John Andrew, 366, 554. Parks, Phillips, Parker Parker , Albert Nixon, 129, 488 Charles David, 352, 554 Parker, John Stanford, 488 Pegtige, Lester Marshall, Jr., 105, 147, 373, Petty, Robert Carter, 213, 537 Petty, William Norman, 555 Peyton, Ray McClung, 159, 490 Pfaff, Charles Andrew, 409, 555 Pharr, Charles Keith, 519 Pharr, James P., 555 Phelps, Perry Darrell, 356, 490 Phifer, Clarence Gary, Jr., 555 Philbeck, Joseph Swofiord, 519 Philips, Charles Winn, 348, 519 Parker, Jonathan Edward, 105, 109, 326, 519 Parker, Richard Joseph, 155, 159, 201, 356, 488 Perry Eston, Jr., 195, 201, 519 Parnelle, Jack Culler, 380, 519 Parris, William Carswell, 196, 336, 537 Parrish, James Lamar, Ill, 386, 5137 Parrish, Leo Gillis, Jr., 34-0, 554 Parsons, Glen Stanley, 219, 322, 554 Partridge, William Kenneth, 115, 519 Passarelli, Jose M., 217, 554 Patchen, Josef Cooper, Jr., 394, 537 Paterson, Jack Redford, 113, 163, 185, 191, 193, 205, 360, 488 Patrick, David Rhea, 411, 537 , Patterson, David Frank, 111, 198, 360, 488 Patterson, Malcolm Robert, 103, 105, 121, 159, 179, 4-89 Patterson, Ralph Wayne, Jr., 107, 129, 185, 205, 390, 519 Patterson, William Bernhardt, 163, 175, 348, 489 Patillo, Charles Emerson, Jr., 330, 537 Pattillo, Joe Lamar, Jr., 554 Phillips, Gary Duane, 377, 490 Phillips, James Bruce, 537 Phillips, Jerry A., 519 Phillips, Jerry Emmett, 195, 373, 555 Phillips, Joseph Donald, 105, 113, 490 Phillips Otis Dixon, 111, 555 Robert Paul 555 Pickren: Kenneth Robert, 322, 490 Pierce, Damon Paige, 322, 519 Pierce, James Craven, Jr., 157, 175, 398, 4910 Pierce, John Almont, 116, 352, 519 Pierce, John Campbell, 537 Pierce, Thomas James, Jr., 555 Pierro, John Anthony, 537 Pierson, Charles Davis, 555 Pierson, Ronald Allyn, 213, 405, 555 Pilgrim, Raymond Winfred, 198, 537 Pattillo, Robert S., Jr., 163, 176, 191, 213, 489 Patton, William George, 554 Paul, A. Ponder, 555 Paulk, Paulk, John Ronald, 179, 489 Robert A., 179, 537 Paulus, Gerald Michael, 519 Payne, Edwin Andrew, 519 Payne, James Walter, Jr., 537 Payne, Jerry Earl, 537 Payne, Joe Stanley, 113, 489 Payne, Richard Francis, 489 Payne, William Oscar, 555 Peacock, James Worth, 105, 119, 179, 205, 394, 489 Peak, John David, 142, 519 Peake, Glenn David, 322, 537 Peake, Murray W., 115, 149, 360, 489 Pearce, Edmund Fay, Jr., 386, 537 Pearman, Raymond Smith, 555 Pearson, George Reed, Jr., 369, 555 Pearson, Paul Leon, Jr., 537 Pearson, William Boyce, Jr., 116, 336, 519 Peavey, Wayne Mallory, 555 Peavy, Patrick Willis, 129, 386, 555 Pecy, Maryly VanLeer, 44-0 Peckinpaugh, Charles Leon, 111, 159, 352, 489 Pilkington, Edward Louis, 161, 207, 490 Pilkington, George Brown, ll, 222, 380, 537 Pincus, George, 401, 519 Pinder, Ronald Wayne, 326, 519 Pinkerton, Frederick Ray, 555 Pirkle, Donald Spencer, 153, 491 Pirkle, James Carl, Jr., 107, 537 Pirkle, Randy Wright, 409, 537 Pitman, Peter Potter, 185, 405, 519 Pittard, Richard Gerald, 336, 555 Pittman, Erwin Brasca, Jr., 219, 537 Pitts, Charles P., 537 Pitts, Johnny Hoke, Jr., 366, 537 Pitts, Lucius Loring, 11, 144, 199, 215, 345, 519 Plastridge, Robert A., Jr., 555 Player, Frank Anthony, Jr., 215, 537 Plemmons, James Arthur, 356, 537 Poole, Bordie Daniel, Jr., 537 Pope, Joe Harris, 519 Pope, Milton Eugene, 555 Popovich, Ray Lawrence, 153, 491 Porcell, Juan Manuel Jaime, 111, 157, 187, 519 Porter, Charles Edward, 220, 537 Porter, James Ray, 537 Porter, Robert Law, 322, 555 Porterfield, Charles Delano, 380, 555 Posey, Frank Howard, Jr., 336, 537 Post, Curtiss Bradford, Jr., 405, 537 Poteet, James Emile, 103, 105, 115, 129, 149, 151, 185, 207, 409, 491 Poteet, William T., Jr., 555 Potter, George Millard, Jr., 105, 115, 149, Peek, Horace Henry, III, 159, 175, 217, 326, 489 Peek, Jack Homer, 537 Pekkarinen, Michael Olaf, 217, 555 Pendarvis, William Frank, 11, 537 Penick, Joseph Clyde, 142, 519 Peniston, Thomas J., Jr., 489 Penn, Carlton Donald, 555 Penn, Lucius Wright, 175, 219, 333, 519 Penna, Thomas Murray, 519 Pennington, Harley Lee, Jr., 151, 4-11, 537 Perez, Jose Luis, 196, 555 Perkins, Billy Francis, 202, 490 Perkins, James Thomas, Jr., 519 2 Perkins, John Earle, 111, 348, 519 Perkins, Sheppard Ezekiel, Jr., 555 Perkins, William F., 118, 390, 519 Perlman, Arnold Sanford, 318, 519 Perry, Bruce Dabney, 370, 537 Perry, Joe J., 111, 387, 555 Perry, Thomas Moore, Jr., 219, 340, 490 Persons, Oscar N., 129, 203, 226, 326, 537 151, 491 Powell, Charles Henderson, Jr., 113, 199, 360, 491 Powell, .Hal Bacon, 151, 185, 2251, 228, 409 491 Powell, Henry Russell, 111, 340, 537 Powell, James Lewis, 555 Powell, William Edward, 555 Power, Jerry Donald, 519 Powers, J errell Ray, 537 Powers, John Lawrence, Jr., 405, 555 3 Prager, Beirne Morton, Jr., 113, 119, 175, 204, 363, 491 Prall, John Alvin, 326, 537 Prather, Frank Allen, Jr., 390, 555 Pratt, Frank Wilbur, 175, 370, 519 Pratt, Parks W., Jr., 103, 113, 191, 337, 491 Pratt, Richard Bell, Jr., 157, 491 Prawel, Sherwood Peter, Jr., 333, 440 Preddy, Fred Andrew, Jr., 175, 356, 519 Preetorius, Charles Dale, 191, 411, 519 Pressley, Richard Franklin, 159, 219, 409, 491 Presson, Banks Reid, Jr., 103, 105, 109, 115, 151, 491 Preston, Gary Keith, 352, 555 Price, Franklin Clark, 207, 537 Price, John Patrick, Jr., 409, 491 Price, Paul Thomas, 175, 202, 360, 519 Price, William Harold, 537 Primlani, Chandru Jivatram, 537 Prince, Kendall Willard, 537 Prince, William Ronald, 537 Prine, Kenneth Collyer, 537 Prisant, Larry H., 537' Provo, James Lyn, 144, 176, 202, 491 Pruett, Daniel Philip, 537 Pruitt, Daniel D'upre, 113, 163, 330, 491 Pruitt, Fleming Smith, Jr., 219, 380-, 519' Puckett, Benjamin Clyde, Jr., 155, 219, 356, 537 Puckett, Troy Lewis, 153, 491 Puerto, Daniel Marcelo, 555 Pullum, Don Paige, 519 Purvis, Carlton Livingston, Jr., 207, 537 Purvis, Don Willis, 519 Purvis, James Oscar, 555 Putnam, Frances Susan, 209, 555 Pyle, Joseph Walter, 555 Pyron, Alec Thompson, 538 Q Quattlebaum, William M., 111, 352, 440 Querry, William Young, Jr., 492 Qigggey, Richard Bruce, 105, 109, 121, 159, R Raab, Robert Lynn, 538 Rabern, Thomas Jefferson, 191, 405, 492 Radcliff, Stephen Van, 360, 519 Radford, Garland, Jr., 361, 555 Radford, Wilbur Edward, 153, 185, 229, 492 Ragan, Joel Thomas, 538 Rahner, Joseph David, 111, 333, 538 Rainey, Edwin Quattlebaum, 519' Rains, Baxter Smith, 111, 173, 390, 538 Raleigh, John Logan, 157, 163, 493 Rall, Byron DeForest, 159, 519 Ramsay, Ernest Canaday, 380, 555 Ramsbottom, William David, 129, 198, 199, 227, 322, 538 Ramseur, Arthur, Jr., 348, 519 Ramsey, David William, 519 Ranck, William W., 330, 555 Randall, Raphael Beauvais, Jr., 555 Randall, Richard Roan, Jr., 555 Randall, Walter Terrell, 198, 204, 213, 519 Rankin, Vance Olney, 111, 361, 538 Ransom, William E., 555 Rathbun, Warner Banter, 147, 494 Raulerson, Bascom Asbury, Jr., 555 Ray, David Dennis, 167, 390, 555 Ray, George Washington, Jr., 519 Ray, Robert William, Jr., 538 Read, Robert Donald, Jr., 330, 492 Ready, James Sanders, Jr., 167, 340, 555 Reams, Samuel Hunter, Jr., 398, 538 Reardin, Daniel Elmore, 143, 492 Rebmann, Michael Richard, 161, 555 Recchio, Donald A., 155, 157, 492 Rector, James Holland, 390, 555 Redd, Robert Lewis, 213, 377, 538 Reddy, Theodore George, Ill, 538 Redfern, Carlton Wesley, Jr., 394, 538 Redic, James Richard, 555 Redman, Frederick Lee, 159, 492 Reece, Robert Davis, 352, 555 Reed, James Daniel, 105, 123, 519' Reed, John Staight, 163, 219, 492 Reed, Samuel John, IV, 153, 161, 201, 340, 519 Reeder, Charles Marchant, 356, 555 Reese, Johnny Maclin, 148, 441 Reetz, Clement Eugene, 555 Reeves, Hazard Earl, Jr., 119, 129, 145, 198, 340, 492 Reeves, Joel Farley, Jr., 538 Reeves, Robert Gene, 213, 377, 519 Renfield, Lawrence W., 538 Reid, David Lewis, 555 Reid, Edwin Jones, Jr., 330, 520 Reid, Eugene Edwin, Jr. 555 Reid, George Paul, 196, 538 Rempe, Edward Theodore, 111, 326, 520 Reneau, Robert Lee, 179, 383, 538 Rentz, Donald V., 367, 555 Rentz, Sam Norman, 538 Rester, Alan Gary, 348, 555 Reusing, Albert Michael, Jr., 538 Reusing, Michael P., 538 Reu, Norman Edgar, 520 Reyes, Felix Manuel, 555 Rose, sruosm INDEX - confinued Reynolds, Ellis Steven, 333, 538 Reynolds, William DuPree, 555 Rhea, Claude Stephen, 538 Rhea, William Alexander, 111, 538 Rhoades. James Carroll, 555 Rhoades, Lee Allen, Jr., 538 Rhodes, Verne Lee, 555 Rice, Calvin Wilson, Jr., 555 Rice, R ichard Madison, 207, 520 Rich. Ronald Emerson, 493 Richards, Carl Wayne, 555 Richards, James Bright, 159, 520 Richards, Warren Thomas, 394, 538 Richardson, Alfred Cave, Jr., 555 Richardson, David Lafayette, 387, 538 Richardson, Donald Allen, 215, 394, 555 Richardson, Elmo Alston, Jr., 520 Richardson James Cyril, Jr., 367, 555 Richardson: .James Garland, Jr., 119, 4-93 Richmond, Clinton Quackenbush, ll, 333, 493 Richter, Thera H., 125, 440 Ricks, William Aubrey, 538 Ridgway, Ronald Walters, 111, 157, 207, 493 Ridley, Frank Morris, 111, 217, 555 Rieth, Ernest Christian, 411, 538 Riley, Charles Covington, Jr., 555 Riley, Sidney Warren, 337, 555 Rimer, Frank Dixon, lll, 227, 405, 538 Rinell, John Eric, 145, 377, 493 Risse, Ben Jackson, 161, 356, 493 Ritchie, Daniel J., 199, 555 Rittelmeyer, George Alden, 119, 163, 217, 520 Rittenhouse, Oliver Charles, 555 Ritter, John Robert, 538 Riviere, Henry Wingate, 151, 149, 167, 196, 520 Rivkind, Andrew Manuel, 107, 401, 538 Roach, Jerry Burns, 105, 147, 493 on, John William, 538 Sheng. A Robelo, Arnoldo Michael, 111, 493 Roberson, Victor Claude, Jr., 538 Roberts Roberts Charles Wylls 398, 555 f Donald Lane, 493 Roberts, Eugene Thomas, 493 Roberts, James Ellis, 333, 555 Roberts, Marion LeGrande, 163, 520 Roberts, Paul Craig, 111, 361, 5551 Roberts, Paul Johnson, 105, 129, 330, 520 Roberts, Thomas Morgan, 198, 203, 387, 520 Roberts, Vernon Clark, 538 Roberts, W. Danny, 538 Roberts, Walter Lindell, 555 Robertson, Bruce Layton, Jr., 538 Robertson, Jack Edward, 538 Roberts Roberts Roberts on, Leon Herman, 113, 163, 493 on, William Franklin, 555 Robin, Theodore T., Jr., 555 Robinson, Charles Stewart, 161, 493 Robinson Donald Leon, 538 Robinsonl George Horne, Jr., 555 Robinson Henry Hewes 333 555 Robinson: James William, 538 Robinson, Joseph James, Jr., 107, 326, 555 Robinson, Oscar Lewis, 163, 191, 219, 373, 520 Robinson William D. 538 Robledo, Victor Manuel, 187, 520 Roche, Edward Julius, Jr., 398, 520 Rodgers, Edward Grady, 394, 520 Rodriguez,.Arnoldo L., 538 Rodriguez, Octavio, Jr., 148, 4-93 Rodriguez, Raymond, Jr., 153, 207, 493 Roeseke, Donald William, 377, 538 Rolfe, Fred George, 217, 356, 538 Rogers, A. Hubert, Jr., 538 Rogers, Augustus Claudius, Jr., 112, 520 Rogers, Bill Claude, 340, 555 Rogers, Charles Carl, Jr., 153, 4-93 Rogljegs, James Herbert, Jr., 107, 166, 387, Rogers, Lester Joseph, 353, 4-94 Rogers, Oscar Franklin, 409, 538 Rogers, Samuel Taylor, 377, 538 Rogers William Franklin, 161, 520 Roley, Richard Glenn, 116, 326, 520 Rollens, Harold Edwin, 163, 494 Rolleston, Charles Brand, 330, 555 Rollins, Laddie Wayne, 213, 538 Romberg, Carl B., 340, 538 Rooks, Rooks, Rooks, Jerry Davis, 348, 538 John Allen, 555 Wilton Millard, 195, 337, 555 Rooks, Ramon B., 520 Roos, Harry Edward, 111, 555 Roper, Carlton Jay., 555 Roper, Frank E., Jr., 217, 538 H Roper, Ralph Wilbur, 111, 161, 356 Rosabal, Felix Antonio, 520 ames Edward 556 J ' , Rose, James Oscar, Jr., 153, 390, 494 Rose, Julian Scott, 538 Rose, Wayne Ordean, 556 Rosen, Mark Herbert, 363, 556 Rosenberg, Alan David, 318, 538 Ross, Boyce Dew, 494 Rosser, James Angus, Jr., 538 Rosser, John William, 520 Rothgaber, Dennis Edward, 217, 228, 409, 438 Roughton, Connell, 175, 207, 494 Roumillat, Llysses Charles, Jr., 520 Roush, Duncan Allen, 556 Rowe, John Robert, Jr., 348, 556 Rowland, Grattan Whitehead, 390, 520 Rowland, Ronald Roy, 163, 191, 207, 520 Roy, George Edward, 148, 175, 340, 520 Rozelle, James' Ashley, 159, 219, 373, 494 Ruark. Rayford Carroll, Jr., 118, 142, 202, 390, 494 Rubin, Theodore Tydings, Jr., 556 Rudder, Charles Bard, 331, 538 Rumble, Ray Nance, 556 Runton, David Luke, 556 Rush, Terry Alfred, 380, 520 Rushton, Eulie Alonzo, Jr., 155, 398, 556 Russ, James Leo, Jr., 155, 175, 337, 494 Russell, Ronald, 333, 538 Russom. Kevin Maurice, 177, 538 Rust, John Robert, 173, 367, 556 Russell, George Gibson, 4-94 Ruth, William Carl, 390, 494 Rutherford, Robert Wayne, 219, 556 Rutland, James Truitt, 556 Rutland, Thomas' Carl, 111, 556 Rutledge, Robert Edgar, Jr., 494 Rykard, Billy Bryant, 556 Rylee. Louie Wendell, 441 Ryter, Henry Albert, 356 Saacke, Charles Frederick, 175, 361, 556 Saake, Robert Williarn, 361, 594 Sacker. Robert John, 105, 149, 196, 520 Saeng-Xuto. Padermrata, 143, 494 Saez. Jose Manuel, 538 Safllell. James Allison, 556 Salford, Jerry Earl, 383, 520 Sajem, Johnny Ellis, 520 Salazer, Alfredo Antonio, 111. 520 Sales, Arthur Thomas, 143, 520 Salgudo, Hector Mike, 538 Sallee. John Pat, 520 Sammons, Charles E., 340. 538 Sanborn, Alden Ernest, 520 Sanders, Errol Franklin, 556 Sanders, Morris Allen, 409, 556 Sanders, Wylie Holt. 110, 145, 494 Sandiler, Carl H., 494 Sands. Gerald Simon, 556 Sands, Jerome Daly, Jr., 319. 387, 556 Sanner, Richard Edward. 556 Sapp, Aubrey Eugene, Jr.. 109, 115, 151, 179, 520 Sapp, John Theodore, 103. 105, 124, 495 Satterlield, Carl Ronald, 556 Satterfield. Rigsby Caldwell, Jr., 154, 520 Sattinger, Stanley Simon, 356, 556 Sauls. Thurman Barnwell, 111, 337, 495 Saunders. Claude Lee, Jr., 315, 367, 538 Saunders. Robert Joseph. 353, 556 Saville, Walter Waitt, 331, 556 Sawyer. William Carl, 207, 520 Saye, Henry Arthur, 153, 495 Saye, Thomas Earle, 173, 390, 556 Saye, William Bryant. 129, 322, 556 Saylor, Jerry Wayne. 520 Scales, Charles Douglas, 556 Scarborough, William Hubert, 556 Sczglgrough, Charles Felton, 163. 191, 322, Scarbrough, Walter Thomas, 390, 539 Scarpetta, Reinaldo, 185, 187, 193, 405, 495 Scarratt, Harry Anthony, Jr., 539 Schanbacher, Orville William, Jr., 361, 556 Schaufele, Chris Baldwin, 556 Scgtggtl, Charles Howard, Jr., 121, 159, 398, Sclliggck, Alexander Ward, 121, 159, 207, Schiff, Bernard, Jr., 401, 495 Schill, Thomas Vinson, 103, 105, 109, 121, 159, 398, 495 Schmidt, Jerry Dean, 539 Schmidt, John Winfield, 175, 198, 203, 353, 495 Schmidt, Robert Martin, 147, 176, 495 Schmidt, Schneide Michael Victor, 196, 556 r, Grant Paul, 319, 539 Schnur, John Jeremy, 326, 556 Schoen, George Lloyd, Jr., 556 Schoenfeld, Fred Richard, 125, 148, 399, 4-41 Schonenberg, Eduardo Carlos, Jr., 556 Schoolsky, Samuel Stanley, 401, 520 Schumacher. Walter K., 367, 539 Schureck, Edward Louis, 217, 539' Schutte, Arend Herbert, Jr., 349, 539 Schwanebeck, Joseph Christian, 195, 353, 556 Schwanebeck, William Lewis, Jr., 353, 496 Schwartz, Charles Jay, 119, 319, 520 Schwartz, Hayward Munroe, 14-9, 179, 539 Schwartz, Jerome Lawrence, 363, 539 Schwartz. Richard H., 363, 556 Schwartzman, Bernard, 401, 539 Scobey, William P., 539 Scoggins, David Martin, Jr., 337, 520 Scogg Scott, Scott, ins, Tommy Lee, 520 Charles Wesley, 176, 195, 387, 520 Paul Bowen, Jr., 496 Scott, Robert D., 539 Scott, Scott, Samuel Fields, Jr., 520 William Cecil, Jr., 394, 520 Scrivener. Harry Woods, 539 Scruggs, Roy Mac. 161, 4-96 Sculley, George Francis, Jr., 556 Searcy, John Smith, Jr., 556 Sears, Perry Weymon, 145, 391, 520 Seay, Donald Lewis, 556 Segars, Albert Harrison, Jr., 539 Segrest, Robert Michael. 349, 520 Seich, Joseph Robert, 159, 520 Self. Gordon Harlan, 163, 496 Sellars, Duncan Wallace, 113, 163, 191, 394 4-96 Sellers, John David, 201, 556 Sellers. Larry Thurman, 556 Sellers. Robert R., 220, 539 Senkbeil, Murray Don, 520 Serenco, lrvin Lee, 539 Serll, Paul Cyril. ll, 217, 556 Sessoms. John Gordon, Jr.. 151, 556 Sewell, Glover Byram, Jr., 191, 391, 520 Shackelford, Benjamin William, Jr., 201, 520 Shackelford, Robert G., 151, 219, 520 Shadden, Ernest Blocker, 323, 539 Shadron. Harold Maurice, 323, 496 Shamp, John Garver, 175, 373, 539 Shanklin. Wade Roberts, 326. 496 1 Sharpe, William Chester, 556 Shaw. Carl Faison, Jr.. 151, 175, 213, 4-96 Shaw, Charles Monroe, 539 Shaw, Charles Thomas. Jr.. 143. 202, 496 Shaw, Jo hn Cecil, 323, 556 Shaw. Ralph Benjamin. Jr., 215, 383, 539 Shealy, David Sease. Jr., 556 Shealy, Jasper Ernest, lll, 556 Shearous Sheehan. e. James Dasher, Jr., 219, 556 Thomas Joseph, 163, 331, 520 Shellield, James Edward, 349, 520 Sheliield, Sheftall, Roy Clay, 213, 520 Dwight Moody. Jr., 556 Shell. Earl Leon, Jr.. 539 Shell. James Vernon. 496 Shell. Rawson Paul, Jr., 520 Shelton, Horace Enmon, Jr., 520 Shelton. Loyd Cranston, 161, 179, 201, 203, 520 Shelton, Samuel Viron, 556 Shelton, Walter Longworth. 331, 539 lfredo Soon-Nam, 115, 151, 496 Shepard, William Steve. 440 Shepherd, Glenn Allen. 556 Shepherd. James Ronald, 123, 161, 202, 341 496 Shepherd. Ronald Coleman, 327. 556 Sherlock, George Lehmann, 113, 163, 191, 361, 496 Sherman. Roger William, 539 Sherwood. Phillip Leon, 556 Shewmaker, Jackie Clifford, 539 Shipman, Marcus B., 556 Shipman. Ted Lawrence, 377, 539 Shirley, Daniel Benjamin, 496 Shirley, John Marion, 520 Shoemaker, Ross, Jr., 520 Short, Thomas Marvin, 556 1 STUDENT INDEX - Continued Shrewsbury, Edmund Palmer, Jr., 161, 539 Shrout, David Scott, 556 Shuler, Grover William, 370, 496 Shults, Robert David, 116, 520 Shultz, John Dwayne, 151, 201, 367, 556 Shuman, Jimmy H., 409, 539 Shuping, Ralph Young, Jr., 556 Sidner, Gerald Barton, 539 Sidwell, Richard Allan, 121, 497 Siffri, Charles' Joseph, 440 Siggelkow, Rodney Owen, Jr., 383, 539 Sikes, Dell Benjamin, 213, 341, 556 Silhan, Ralph Wayne, 409, 539 Silk, David N., 319, 556 Sills, Jesse Adrian, Jr., 556 Silverman, Richard Alan, 163, 191, 497 Simerville, Lester Thomas, 361, 539 Simmons, Claud Eugene, 207, 520 Simmons, Edward Terry, 367, 556 Simmons, Henry Howard, 177, 217, 331, 556 SIZES, Mandeville, Jr., 148, 155, 215, 391, Smith Merrill Lyles, 556 Smith Michael Robert, 159, 381, 521 Smith Michael Wynn, 539 Smith Nicholas Lynde, 521 Smith Smith Smith 9 Ralph Loraine, Jr., 122, 219, 499 Robert Lee, 499 Rosser Edwards, 556 Smith Sidney Reese, 387, 556 Smith, Stan James, 556 Smith, Thomas Livingston, Jr., 215, 315, 353, 521 Smith Wallace Hubert, 217, 341, 556 Smith Will Rogers, 149, 151, 349, 499 Smith William Calvin, 147, 499 Smith 499 Smith Smith Smith Smith s a 1 a William Edward, 111, 157, 179, 357, William LeDessie, Jr., 185, 357, 521 Wimberly Alexander, 327, 557 Wilson Wakefield, 539 Zenas Augustus, Jr. 191, 370, 4-99 Smithey, Walter Alfred, 539 205, Simmons, Jesse Tillcry, 157, 179, 521 Simmons, Joseph Lamar, 521 Simmons, Richard E., Jr., 341, 539 Simon, Alexander A., Jr., 399, 521 Simpson, Charles Leslie, 110, 119, 129, 153, 323, 497 Strickland Simpson, Leslie Gary, 556 Simpson, William Acker, Jr., 556 Sims, Alfred Jerome, Jr., 521 Sims, Arthur Marshall, 556 Sims, James Robert, 391, 556 Sims, Joe David, 157, 521 Sims, Wade King, 103, 124, 195, 205, 361, 4-97 Singellton, Robert, 161, 220, 497 Singer, William, 191, 319, 539 Singletary, Audrey Kelzo, 539 Singleton, James Paul, Jr., 556 Sinnott, James Mike, 394-, 556 Sinyard, James Thomas, 323, 539 Sippel, Andrew Anthony, 394, 556 Sisson, David Kenneth, 166, 521 Sistrunk, Donald Curtis, Jr., 119, 391, 497 Skaggs, Teddie Arthur, 539 Skarpalezos, Harlan Lamar, 539 Skelly, Patrick G., 539 Skinner, Herbert C., Jr., 331, 539 Skrmetti, Patrick Francis, 217, 539 Slaughter, Samuel Garland, 121, 159, 202, 387, 497 Sledge, Harry Augustus, Jr., 163, 205, 356, 497 Sledge, James W., 353, 556 Sloan, William Marshall, 111, 175, 337, 497 Slobody, Kenneth, 169, 191, 319, 521 Smallwood, Phillip Louis, 556 Smith, Donald Lamar, 113, 191, 205, 361,498 Smith, Benjamin Dalton, 497 Smith, Benjamin Michael, 111, 155, 157, 193, 356, 497 Smith, Billy Edward, 521 Smith, Smith, Bridges W., Jr., 201, 539 Carlos Hunter, Jr., 357, 556 Smith, Chandler Blaine, 201, 556 Smith, Charles Joseph, 498 Smith, Cloyd Virgil, Jr., 103, 105, 109, 111, 155, 157, 179, 498 Smith, David Kenneth, 394, 539 Smith, Donald Harmon, 539 Smith, Donald Newton, Jr., 381, 556 Smith, Edward Marcus, 539 Smith, Frederick Earl, Jr., 96, 119, 130, 132, 140, 198, 204, 225, 391, 413, 498 Smith, George Cunningham, Jr., 144, 147, 399, 521 Smith, Glen Clayton, 116, 353, 498 Smith, Hal, Jr., 556 Smith, Hal Marchman, Jr., 391, 521 Smith, Harold Arnold, 337, 498 Smith, Harry David, Jr., 149, 498 Smith, Herbert Allen, 177, 498 Smith, Hermet E., Jr., 213, 341, 556 Smith, Hilton Green, 539 Smith, James Ellis, 157, 521 Smith, James Harold, 556 Smith, John Edward, ll, 113, 129, 205, 215, 361, 498 " Smith, John Roger, 556 Smith, Kayton, Jr., 149, 151, 363, 521 Smith Lamar Johnson, Jr., 163, 191, 498 Smith Smith snathf 207, Smith, Lawrence Lee, 153, 163, 383, 4-98 Leonard Eldred, 109, 115, 345, 521 Lester Robert, 105, 123, 161, 202, 499 Lyman Braddy, 556 Smoak, Marvin Price, 337, 557 Snigop, Robert Lewis, 116, 163, 167, 191, 9 Snead, Henry Tillman, 159, 175, 198, 315, 349, 499 Snedden, Bill Mark, 377, 557 Snodgrass, A. Edward, Jr., 357, 557 Snow, Denham Thompson, ll, 166, 215, 405, 557 Snyder, James Russell, 195, 315, 381, 539 Sollenberger, Rodney Jerauld, 557 Soloman, Stephen Malone, 145, 153, 361, 499 Somerstein, David E., 363, 557 Soper, John Wesley, 557 Sorrells, Philip Richard, 395, 557 Sorrells, William Carl, 395, 557 Sorrow, Melvin Wallace, 521 South. Henry F., 557 South. Jimmy Lamar, 557 Southerland, Hal Lee, 381, 521 Spain, Joseph Perno, lll, 539 Speaks, William Edward, 557 Speas, Richard Wade, 557 Speight, Van Reid, 121, 159, 219, 499 Speights, Robert Milton, Jr., 337, 557 Spell, Daniel Melvin, Jr., 159, 207, 521 Spence, Henry Lee, 377, 521 Spencer, .James Robert, 105, 373, 521 Spengler, Thomas Theobald, 395, 4-99 Sperry, George H.. 387, 557 Sperry, Richard Allan, 175, 521 Spieth, Emil Erwin, 539 Spies, James Augustus, 557 Spivey, Levy Johnnie, 333, 539 Spratlin. James Eddie, 557 Sprenkle, Ronnell Martin, 539 Spring, John Bowman, Jr., 499 Springer, Delbert Harry, 373, 521 Sproles, Walton Hogan, 327, 539 Spurlin, Charles Jerry, 341, 539 Squires, Charles John, 377, 557 Stacey, Weston Monroe, Jr., 349, 521 Stafford, David George, 155. 399, 539 Stafford, Gordon Paschall, Jr., 499 Stahl, Peter George, 319, 539 Stallings, John Ronald, 157, 175, 377, 500 Stamps, Don D., 557 Stanbery, Lester Jackson, Jr., 175, 207, 521 Standard, James W., 227, 391, 539 Standard, Wray William, 539 Stanley, Bolling Craig, Jr., 373, 521 Stanley, Robert Evans, 521 Stansell, William Jackson, Jr., 207, 500 Stapler, William T., 111, 157, 44-0 Stapeton, Charles McCarty, 387, 557 Starling, Donald Ancil, 395, 557 Starling, Kenneth Edward, 327, 540 Starnes, James Herbert, Jr., 361, 557 Starnes, Ralph Emory, Jr., 557' Starr, William Edward, 521 Starrett, Robert Barton, 161, 175, 201, 377, 500 Starrs, William Aloysius, Jr., 163, 191, 217, 500 Statham, John Claude, Jr., 357, 500 Staton, John C., Jr., 203, 205, 540 Statzor, Charles Edward, Jr., 327, 500 Steadham, Billy Wilson, 381, 557 Steele. James Patrick, lll, 34-9,557 Stein, Jerome Max, 401, 500 Steinberg, Stanley P., 125, 401, 4-4-1 Steinberg, Warren Nathan, 319, 540 Steinbrenner, Fred J., 500 Stephens, Anne Elizabeth, 209, 232, 540 Stephens, George Morris, 441 Stephens, Harry George, Jr., 176, 345, 540 Stephens, Harry Pyron, 220, 557 Stephens, Patrick Douglas, 500 Stephenson, Robert Luther, 521 Stern, Lawrence Stanley, 148, 441 Stevens, Robert R., 337, 521 Stevenson, Clarence Wade, 557 Stevenson, George Miller, 107, 207, 521 Stevenson, Paula Clyde, 129, 142, 198, 209, 219,500 Steves, Howard Leigh, 179, 219, 521 Steves, Robert Bruce, 107, 367, 540 Stewart, Howard Milton, Jr., 540 Stewart, J. William, 327, 557 Stewart, Richard Gordon, 557 Stewart, William James, 381, 521 Still, Jerry Lamar, 557 Stinnett, Walter Mitchell, 167, 175, 219, 337, 540 Stipe, Robert B., 557 Stith, Henry Hammond, Jr., 204, 395, 521 Stockham, William Henry, ll, 166, 387, 540 Stojeba, Stanley T., Jr., 557 Stokes, Benjamin Boulware, lll, 105, 121, 159, 327, 500 Stokes, Jimmy Frederick,, 557 Stone, George Allen, 557 Stone, George W., Jr., 411, 557 Stone, John Thomas, Jr., 161, 349, 501 Stone, Kenneth R., 557 Story, Robert Marvin, 440 Stover, Frederick Washington, Jr., 116, 521 Stover, Jack Delbert, 159, 175, 373, 521 Stowe, John Henry, 357, 557 Stowe, William Miles, Jr., 540 Strain, Edwin H., 331, 557 Street, Harry Lee, Jr., 345, 540 Street, Wilford Paynter, Jr., 540 Strickland, Clarence Lynn, Jr., 110, 129, 153, 185, 205, 327, 501 Strickland Edwin Ansel, 361, 557 Strickland Irving W., Jr., 557' Strickland James Ray, 327, 540 Strickland John B., 153, 163, 185, 409, 501 Reginald, 557 srackiandltvuuan1rvnt0n,s91,54o Worthy Edward, 557 Strickland, Strickler, John Horter, 501 Striplin, James Melvin, Jr., 501 Stripling, Melvin Eugene, 540 Strobo, Raymond Scott, 370, 557 Stroud, James Carter, 395, 540 Stroud, William Jefferson, 161, 540 Strozier, Robert Mannings, ll, 103, 105, 109, 121, 323, 501 Strub, Thomas Jon, 163, 167, 185, 409, 521 Stuart, Elmore Fleming, 157, 219, 501 Stuart, Kenneth Randolph, 557 Stubblebine, Charles Albert, Jr., 387, 557 Studer. William Allen, 557 Studstill, William Talmage, 153, 395, 501 Styles, Henley Stephen, 540 Sudbury, Roger Wheatley, 107, 219, 540 Sudduth. James C., 157, 176, 501 Sudduth. James Hamby, 227, 405, 557 Sugden, Harry, Jr., 195, 557 Sugerman, Barry Frank, 363, 521 Suh, Chung Sun, 142, 44-0 Sullins, James William, 557 Sullivan, Dan Edward, Jr., 357, 540 Sullivan . James H., Jr., 521 Sullivan, William Edward, 557' Sullivan , William F., 399, 557 Sullivan. William Robert, Jr., 195, 201, 557 Sumerlo Summer rd. Harold Andrews, 395, 540 s, Charles William, 501 Summers, Edmund Norton, 215, 391. 557 Summer s, John Chappell, Jr., 129, 14-7, 166, 205,215.391,so1 Summerville, Bobby John, 557 Sundy, Roger Jackson, 155, 157, 4109, 501 Surles, Horace, 377, 540 Suster. Abraham Brutis, 401. 557 Sutherla nd, Cecil Conway, Jr.. 105, 109, 395, 501 Sutton. Dana M., 540 Sutton. David R., Jr., 381, 521 Sutton. James Darrow, 323, 521 Svinclland. Arne Sigvald, 219. 540 Swain. Wiley Norman, 161, 501 Swalley. Frank Edwin, 123. 161, 521 Swan. Thomas Joseph. 217, 327, 557 Swank, Robert Roy, Jr.. 145, 409, 521 Swann, Ralph Allen, 357, 557 Swanson, Carter Daniel, 501 Swanson. Donald Knox, 159, 521 Tolson, srumam INDEX - Confinueed Swanson. George Pape- 557 Swavely. Craig Eugene, 161. 201, 440 Sweeney. Patrick, 371. 557 Sweet, Carl Thomas, 502 Swift, Robert Ockington, 153.-502 Swisher, Gerald Wayne, 207, 540 H Svdnor, Alvin Morris, 215, 391, 551 Sylvester. Jules Lee. 357, 557 Sypher, Peter, 196. 557 - Sypniewski. Carl John. 040 Szomy, Frank. 440 T Tabb, James Austin, 540 Tabor, Charles Dwight, QQZZO. 349, 521 Tabor, Marvin, 11'-, 361, - Tabor. Wesley Ramage. 113, 163, 191. 502 Taft, Sheldon V., 215. 331. 540 Talbird, Joseph Brandon. 207, 521 F Talentino, James Prescott, 175, 409, 521 Talley, Farish F., Jr.. 502 Tannehill. Charles Lafayette, 215, 557 Tannenbaum, Robert Samuel. 110, 175. 401, 502 Tarpley. Thomas Joseph, 341, 557 Tarrance. Guy Miles. JT., 387, 557 Tasker. John Stevens, 540 Tate. James Wesley, 521 Thornwell, Earle English, 129, 198, 353, 503 Tin-ailkill. Howard Allen. 540 Tbreadgill, Hugh Donald, 557 Thurman. Harry Tyndol. Jr., 163, 191, 377, 522 Thurinond. John Bradford, 522 Thweatt, John Grilhn, 440 Tidwell, Bob Faucett. 405, 503 Tidwell, Emmett Clyde, 367, 557 Tidwell. Thomas Tinsley, 557 Till. Shelton Clement, 111, 179, 503 Tillander, William Thomas, 179, 195, 540 Timmerman, Charles Robert, 207, 503 Tindall. William Covert. 540 Tinley, Frank Free, 399, 557 Tinney. James' Franklin, 142, 34.9, 522 Tinsley. Albert M., Jr., 337, 540 Tinsley, Jon Edward. 522 Tirschtigel. Georg Heinrich, 522 Underwood, John Launcelot, 11, 105, 121, 202, 220, 504- llptain, Virgil C., 115, 151, 207, 505 Upton. Hugh Max, 159, 207, 505 Usher, Lucius Harold, 177, 54-1 V Valdes, Alfredo E., 201, 558 Valdes, Eduardo Francisco, 522 Valentine, Charles M., Jr., 175, 185, 227, 349, 522 Valeri, Gus, Jr., 522 Vallis, Larry Avar, 505 Van Hagen, Thomas Howard, 155, 541 VanLandingham, Alfred Reneau, 349, 558 VanLandingham, William Jennings, 129, 198, 203, 225, 227, 391, 522 Vann, Hosea Reid, 195, 522 Van Ness, John Noble, 440 Van Zandt, Henderson Otto, 196, 399, 54-1 Vanzant, Barnie Lafayette, Jr., 213, 327, 558 Tisinge r. David Harvey, 163, 34-9, 503 Todd, George Mills. Jr., 349. 558 Todd. Henry Earl. 123, 161. 201, 213,504 Toland, Ronald Howe, 357. 558 Tolar, Burrl Handon, 522 Talbert, Julian Hudson. 349. 540 Tolar. John Marshall, 357, 540 Tolman. Joseph Burl, 395, 558 Thomas Varley, 522 Vargas, Daniel, 166, 187, 198, 405, 54-1 Varnad oe, William Harold, 54-1 Vaughan, Joseph Franklin, Jr., 558 Vaughan, Robert Joe, 558 Vaughan. Walter A., Jr., 337, 558 Vaughan Robert J., Jr., 4-05, 558 Vaughanl Robert J.. Jr., 201 Vaujin, Sergio, 153, 505 Veal, Bige Donald, 558 Teaslev. H Tatum. Samuel Arundale. 175, 195, 345, 521 Tatum, William Edgar, Jr., 540 Taylor, Billy Joel. 521 Taylor. Ch arles Winfred, 337, 557 Taylor, Ernest Edward. Jr., 387. 540 Taylor, Jerry Werner, 540 Taylor, John M., Jr., 557 Taylor, Joseph Walker, 204. 323, 502 Taylor, Lee Evans. 557 Taylor, Norris Edwin. 399, 502 Taylor, Paul Lee, 357. 557 Taylor, Robert D., 540 Taylor, Wilbur Russell. 409, 502 Taylor. William Lee. 333, 502 Teague, Henry H., 103. 105, 148, 395, 502 arrv Eugene, Jr.. 145, 391. 521 Walker. John Eldridge, 167, 34-1, 395, 541 T.-ai, David Deloss, 121, 155, 204, 409, 502 Templeman. Wayne Gordon, 557 Temples. John Hudson, Jr., 163, 502 Templeton. Wayne Ansel, 557 Ten Eick, Charles Watson, Jr.. 521 Tennenbaum, Michael Ernest, 119, 185, 319, 502 Tenpenny, Albert G.. 381, 521 Terhune, Vernon Barbara, 209, 219, 315, 4-12, 521 Terrell. Billy Howard, 540 Terry. James Belah, 540 Terry, Major Douglas. 540 Terry. William Robert. 557' Teston, Thomas J., 143. 502 Tharp. Philip Aaron, 557 Tharpe, Ezra Jackson, Jr., 179, 521 Theobald, Paul Raymond, 143, 217, 540 Thielen. Alfredo, 217, 557 Thielen. Oscar, 557 Thigpen. Amberce Malcolm, 521 Thigpen, Marshall R.. Jr., 196, 557 Thomas, James Charles. 371. 540 Thomas, Jerrell Marshall, 121, 159, 503 Thomas. John Russell, 323, 540 Thomas. Joseph Edward Dorn, 115, 116, 151, 217. 207, 502 Thomas, Robert Malcolm. 540 Thomas, Truman Byron. 540 Thomas, William Anthony. 540 Thomas, William Cliff. lll, 5410 Thompson, Frank Blevins, 11, 323, 540 Thompson, Harry Bruckner, 111, 198, 387, 54-0 Thompson, James Henry, 219, 337, 540 Thompson, James Robert, Jr., 219, 395, 503 Thompson, Joe Frank, Jr., 215, 557 Tomfords, Ernest Louis, 540 Tomlin, Herschel Frank, 345. 540 Tomlinson, Dennis Guy, Jr., 540 Toney, Larry O'Neil, 399, 540 Toney. Philip Allen, 195, 222. 522 Toomes. Juhan, 111, 157, 169, 522 Toomes, Tarvo, 504 Torbett. Emerson Arlin, 558 Toro. Santiago lgnacio, 522 Toups. Leon Henry, 217, 357, 540 Toups, Roland Michael, 217, 315, 357, 541 Towery, Jimmy Nelson, 163, 204, 504- Townsend, Francis A.. 558 Townsend, Michael Howard, 558 Trainer, Frederick Earl. 522 Trammell, William Bird. 522 Transeau, Leon Wayne, 195, 337, 522 Travis. Kenneth Harry, 522 Travis. Otis Forrest. Jr., 155. 227. 391, 558 Travis, Woodrow Jennings. Jr.. 144. 145. 391, 504 Traylor. Robert Charles, 103, 105, 121, 204, 315, 327, 504 Traylor, Stell Blake, Jr., 331. 558 Traywick. Jesse Thomas, Jr., 217, 504 Tribble. Walter Wallace. 5411 Tripp. John Thomas, 5-1-1 Trobaugh, Jimmy Lee. 153. 175, 371, 504- Troglin. David Eugene. 112. 504- Tront. James Conrad. 219, 391. 522 Truett, Charles Frederick. 558 Truluck, Charles Howell, 558 Truly, Richard Harrison, 123. 349. 522 Truus, Peep .-Xnts. 105. 110. 153, 163. 504 Tucker. Bernard Martin, 522 Tucker, Daniel Roy, Jr.. 323, 558 Tucker, James Hugh, Jr.. 361. 541 Tucker, Warren Eugene, 558 Tumblin, William Everett. 213, 558 Turner, Albert Joseph, Jr.. 399, 541 Turner, Charles Simpson. 111, 558 Turner, Herbert R., 367, 522 Turner, Homes Wayne, 357, 558 Veal, Michael Boynton, 215, 522 Velazco, Rafael Federico, 522 Ventulett, Thomas Walker, 111, 148, 4-41 Verner. Jack Dudley, 357, 558 Vernon. .John Mitcham, 105, 121, 159, 185, 405, 505 Vickers. Paul Amos, Jr., 103, 105, 121, 129, 204, 361, 505 Vickery, james David, 558 Vickery. Roger Kendall, 558 Vidosic. Dorothy Marie, 209, 217, 558 Yillacorta, Emilio Gustavo, 217, 558 Villanueva, Jose. 54-1 Viness. Joseph David. 319, 522 . Vineyard. William Paden, 118, 219, 505 Vining. Robert McKenzie. Jr., 4-09, 541 Vogan. Arthur Wayne, 161, 341, 522 Vogel. Phillip Thomas. 228, 4-05, 558 Yolkmer. William Darrell, 159, 220, 345, 505 Yolmer. Walter John. 105. 110, 153, 505 Yrooman. Philip Egmont, 148, 381, 522 W Waddell. Kennard Malcolm, 505 Waddell. Wray Golden. 541 Turner. Joseph Charles. 558 Turner, Marlie Lewis, Jr.. 201, 558 Turner, Marvin Allen, 147, 179, 377, 504 Turner, Raymond Edmund, 227, 337, 522 Turner, Richard Neil, 54-1 Tugiifr, Robert Davis, 163, 191, 198, 361, Turner, Thomas Raleigh, 541 Turner, Tommy Marshall, 387, 558 Turner, William Hazel, 54-1 Tuxbury, Daniel Cowles, 541 Thompson, John C., Jr., 411, 503 Thompson. John Kirkpatrick, 327, 540 Thompson. John Riley. 118, 373, 503 Thompson, Joseph F., 521 Thompson, Kenneth Earl, 323, 557 Thompson, Richard Michael, 116, 176, 521 Thom son Thomas Lewis, 331, 54-0 P , Thompson, Vincent Byers, 557 T1'1gli1iDSO11, Wesley Winthrop, Jr., 151, 381, Thompson. William Lee, 387, 557 Thompson. William Morgan, 395, 522 Thomson. Loronzo Harold , 557 Thornberry. Robert Carroll, 213, 371, 54-0 Thornton. Dewe Hersch Thornton, v 61, iss. 327, 503 Luther Callaway. Jr., 157, 503 Tvedt. Karl Johan, 558 Twiggs, Luther Wallace, 333, 541 Twitty, Marshall Ray, Jr., 323 Twitty, Paul Melvin, 14-8, 323, 504- Tyler. Larry David, 213, 558 U 1lF1er. Roy Alan, 147, 504 Llhler. Robert Edward, 149, 151, 399, 504 llhlmann, Yehudah, 558 llllenberg, Ronald Timothy, 175, 315, 371, 504 linderwood, Charles R., 387, 558 Underwood, Dom Reynolds, 391, 541 Underwood, Herbert Lee, 157, 522 Wade, Hugh Ernest, 541 Wade. John Wilkinson. .Jr.. 157, 505 Wade. Robert Linwood. 161. 201, 522 Wade. Walter Edward. Jr.. 54-1 Wiafer. Don Bryce. 5-1-1 Wainwright. Ronald Gene. 129, 161, 219, 34-1. 506 Walden. Charles William. 219, 522 Waldon. Jacqueline Dale. 209. 232, 558 Wialdron. John David, 353. 522 Walker. .Xdolphus George. Jr.. 522 Walker. Bayley Ravenel. 119, 341, 522 Walker. David M.. 107, 541 Walker. Elvin Franklin, 1-l-5, 506 Wfalkcr . Frank Marion, 111, 196, 541 Walker. James Robert. 377. 522 Walker . John Charles, 558 Wialkcr. Malcolm G., 222. 327. 522 Walker. Milburn Lawrence, 506 Walker. Robert Jackson. 163. 205, 349. 506 Walker, William Quealy, Jr., 361, 558 Wall. Richard .-Xdrian. Wall, Robert Leslie. 220. 54-1 Wallace. flnderson. Jr.. 337, 558 Wallace. James Martin. Jr.. 558 Wiallace. James Robert. 541 Wallace. Joseph D., 399. 558 Wfallace, Robert Dale. 371, 558 Wallace. Thomas Stephen, 111, 157, 179. 4-11. 506 Waller Waller Waller . Douglas Stephenson, 371, 522 . Frank D, 522 , Leland Ervin. 391, 558 Walter. Harold Gordon. 363. 558 Walters. Jack Edmonds, 153, 506 W'alter s. James Fred, 558 Walters. Louis David, Jr.. 367, 506 Walters, Robert Thomas, 161. 201, 522 Walthall, Julian Wilbur. Jr., 331, 558 Walz. Jack Vernon, 361, 558 Ware, Paul Nelson, 175, 341, 506 Ware. Russell L.. 327, 558 Warfield, William Charles. 147. 327, 506 STUDENT INDEX - Continued Warinner, Frank E., 149, 151, 196, 341, 54-1 Warlick, Samuel Joseph, 220, 228, 409, 541 Warner, William Ernest, 163, 357, 506 Warnock, Bruce Edwin, 113, 175. 367, 506 Warren, Lewis G., 558 Waters, John Forrest, 109, 179, 219, 377, 522 Watkins, James Foster, 204, 522 Watkins, James Porter, Jr., 323, 54-1 Watkins, William G., 154, 522 Watson, Gary Gordon, 541 YVatson, Harold Lee, Jr., 4-11, 558 Watson, James Morgan, 107, 54-1 Whitt' .John Thomas, 11, 176, 558 White. Jon Gates, 558 While Nlilledge, Jr.. 323, 558 xv'1ttt.-f sit,-1-1111 weaver, Jr.. 191, sat, 507 White. William Raeck, 105, 119, 187, 198, 225. 227. 367, 507 White. William H., 405, 559 White White head. Kline, 559 sides. Roger Harold, Jr., 367, 559 Whitley, Donald Gregory, 559 Whitley. Eddy Neal, 391, 541 Whitney. ,James Martin, 217, 522 Whitson. Thomas E., Jr., 54-1 XVhitten, James Smith, 559 Whitten, Jerry Lynn, 219, 523 Wilson, Ronald Maurice, 353, 542 Wilson. Ruth, 111, 157. 209, 508 Wilson. Thomas. 559 Wilson. Wilbur Hugh, Jr.. 109, 159, 179 357, 508 ' Wineliester, Robert Reynolds. 542 Winkle F- AI1Il10nv Diosi, 363. 559 Winn, David Baker, 523 Winn, James Bailey, 197, 508 Winn, Stewart Dowse, Jr., 153, 353, 508 Winter, Thomas Edward, 405, 523 Wintlent, Dale Frederick, 559 Wise, Harry Williford, 559 Wise, Henry Headrick, 193, 327, 542 Nvatson, Jerry Ronald, 558 Watson, Joe Landers, 125, 148, 507 Watson Lonnie Bourbon, 34-1, 558 Watson, Richard Jay, 558 Watson, Thomas Jacob, 522 Whittle. Charles, 523 Wiekersham. Thomas Winder, 367, 559 Wicks, Ronald Carroll, 109, 1.79, 523 Wicks. Thomas Gary, 541 Widener. .Jackson K.. Jr., 523 Wise, Robert Lee, 559 Wise, Vlfalter J., Jr.. 213. 228, 405, 559 Wiseman, Billy Ranson. 542 Wisner. Warren Xl., 559 'Wolf, Harry Charles, lll, 148, 508 Wolfe, Robert Arthur, 377, 542 Zantopulos, Harry, 105, 121, 186, 509 Wattenbarger, Edwin Taylor, 323, 522 Watts, James Foster, Jr., 215, 395, 541 Watts, William Randall, Jr., 4-05, 558 Weatherly, Davis Carswell, 405, 558 Weathers, Luther Vincent. 373, 558 Weathers, Robert Dunlap. 323. 558 Weatherwax, Kenneth Paul, 349, 541 Weaver, Carl Franklin, 522 Weaver, James Richard. 176. 522 Weaver, Thomas Edward, 541 Webb, Delmas Linder, Jr., 119, 179, 315, 507 Webb, James Edward, 558 Webb, Walter Ray, Jr., 341, 558 Webb, William Lamar, 541 Webster, Eugene Gerald, 371, 558 Webster, Jolm Roger, Jr., 558 Wedaman, Thomas 1-layne, Jr., 201, 213, 541 Weese, Robert Glenn, 541 Weicht, Thomas Ralph, 217, 558 Weigle, James Gardiner, 111, 558 Weill, Robert Alfonso, 187, 541 Weinberger, Alan Leroy, 123, 161, 522 Weiner, Paul, 401, 558 Weinstein, Bernard L., 507 Weinstock, Joel l., 163, 319, 522 Weiss, Phillip Nathan, 363, 541 Weissenberg, Peter, 105, 110, 153, 507 Weitzel, James Michael, 331, 558 Welch, Cecil Cooper, 507 Welch, Houston, Longino. Jr., 440 Wellham, Andrew Jackson, 213, 541 Wellons, Donald Luther, 149, 151, 367, 558 Wells, Edmond Ronald, 522 Wells, Harold Miles, Jr.. 219, 391, 541 Wells, Harry Truman, 111, 558 Wells, James Roy, 219, 227, 391, 558 Wells, Louis Truitt, Jr., 105, 124, 179, 195, 377, 522 Wells, Roy Allen, 373, 522 Wells, Warren Kea, 159, 371, 507 Wells, Wilbur Wayne, 541 Wells, William Raymond, 522 Welsher, Donald Richard, 175, 401, 522 Wenglowskyi, Roman, 558 Wescott, Lyle D., Jr., 522 Wesley, Walter, 371, 558 Wessenauer, James Robert, 349, 558 Wessinger, Lon Harvey, Jr., 196, 558 West, Alfred Carlton, 558 West, Walter Brownlow, 111, 166, 227, 391, 558 West, William Duane, 213, 227, 229, 405, 54-1 Westberry, Carlton Jack, 391, 558 Westberry, Jack Glenwood, 541 Westbrook, William Lawrence, 558 Westmoreland, Charles Henry, 558 Wetmore, Harold Robert, 5411 Wexler, Paul Leslie, 105, 110, 153, 175, 363, 507 Whaley, Charles E., 161, 323, 558 Whatley, Jack Willis, Jr., 541 Whatley, Roy Albert, 522 Wheeler, John Allen, Jr., 109, 147, 507 Wheeler, William Joseph, 381, 522 Wheeless, Lovic David, ll, 361, 558 Whelchel, Martin Rudolph, 558 Whipple, William Benjamin, Jr., 199, 409, 558 Whelchel, Martin Rudolph, 558 Whipple, William Benjamin, Jr., 199, 409, 558 Whisnant, David Eugene, 213, 558 Whisnant, Norman Everett, 107, 213, 558 Whitaker, Charles D., 440 White, Gordan Norris, 219, 391, 507 White, James Mack, 5411 Widener. Thomas William, 541 Qgiegmann. Fancis Leonard, 440 1 UU FC' ers. Alton G.. 411, 523 Wifwin. Charles C.. 387, 523 bb WV'l9'f'll1F, fllbert Henry. Jr., 349, 559 rc' Wifrfrins. .lolm Klarshall. 399, 559 XVI e'vins. William Barnett, Jr.. 327, 541 hr' Wifffrins. William Wallace, 357, 559 rr- Wi0'fflt-swortli. Thomas Hudson, Jr., 541 Wifr Wike. nan. H' 1. ll. 119. 327 '. ghti 1 a , 523 Wigton. Richard Samuel. 161, 323, 507 Charles Champion. 541 Wilbanks. David Carlos. 559 Wilburn. W. Ross. 541 Wild. William Arthur, 341. 559 Wiltlas 507 Wilder Carlton Spencer, 523 Wilenehek, Stephen liiernard, 341, 541 Wiley. Robert Edward, 559 Willong, Joe .-X.. Jr., 381. 559 Wilhoit. Dennis Wayne, 559 Wilinski. Edwin Alfrctl, 405, 541 Wilke, Charles Frederick, 541 Wilkes, Gene Howell, 191. 395, 507 Wilkins, Bert. Jr.. 103, 105. 14-7, 34-9, 507 Wilkins. Samuel Houston. 337, 54-1 Wilkinson, William Guyton. 167, 337, 542 William. Benjamin David. 327. 542 Williams. Charles Dudley. 559 Williams, Frank Canon, 105, 122, 508 W'illiams, Fred Landis, 111, 542 Williams, Henry Jernigan, Jr., 163. 508 Williams, James Kenneth, 353, 559 Williams, John Benjamin. Jr., 151, 508 Willia ms, Larry Drew, 559 Williams, Madison Jackson, lV, 179, 199, 341, 542 Williams, Paul Hugh, 387, 542 Williams, Robert F., 399, 523 Williams. Robert James, 34-1, 542 Williams, Ronald Calvin, 559 Williams, Steve Louis, 542 Williams, Walker Marion, 542 Williams, Walter Douglas, Jr., 157. 523 Williams, Walter Edward, 107, 542 Williamson, Frank R., Jr., 115, 523 Williamson, John Daniel, 111, 163, 34-9, 508 Willingham, James Rufus, 167, 559 Willingham, Sidney Dickenson, 153, 508 Willis , Charles Carroll, 559 Willis, John Alfred, 559 Willis, Terry Eugene, 559 Willis, Warren Columbus, 559 Willis, Wtilliam Van, 315, 373, 523 in. James Jones. 115. 175. 179, 323, Wolfe, Thomas Haskins. 395, 559 Wolfi. Robert Edward, 391, 508 Wombl Wong, e, Marvin Eugene, 377, 542 Stephen. 559 Woo, Howard, 523 Woo, Robert K. F.. 523 Wood, Clarence Wilbur, 559 Wootl. Early Wendell, 54-2 WVood. Freddie Marsh, 122, 213, 508 Wood, Gerald Cary, 542 Wood. James Hayes, 559 Wood, James Springer, Jr., 371, 542 Wood, Robert Edgar, 391, 542 Wood. Rodney D.. 542 Wood, Roy Lee, 179, 523 Wood, Thomas Auburn, 559 Wood. William Douglas, 559 Wood. Wyc-liff Carlton, 559 Woodard. Robert Eldridge, 542 Woodall, Charles Edward, 509 W'oods. Harold, 111. 129. 215, 327, 542 Woods, Robert Claude, 111, 559 Woods, Ross H.. 542 Woodward. Douglas Lamar, 196, 381, 523 Woolverton, Robert Dwight, 523 Wootan, Guy, 559 WVorrill. Jack R., 373, 523 Wray, Jimmy Eddie, 373, 559 Wright, Charles Edward, Jr.. 509 Wright, David William, 337, 542 1111-ight . Gary Allen, 542 Wright, George LeGrande, Jr., 207, 523 Wright. James D., 523 Wright, James Glynn, Jr., 542 Wright , James R., 213, 559 Wright, Joseph Jerry, 509 Wright, Max Perry, 559 Wright, Richard Harris, 159. 337, 509 Wright, Robert Bruce. 333. 509 Willoughby, Donald Arthur, 542 Willoughby, .l0hn Harold, 367, 559 Willoughby, Larry Glen, 331, 199, 331, 542 Willoughby, Robert Earl, 124, 195, 440 Willoughby, William Walter, 371, 542 Wills, Fred Donald, 4-410 Willson, Alan Neil, Jr., 377, 542 Wilson, Arthur Taylor, 331, 559 Wilson, Berner Freeman, Jr., 323, 542 Wilson, Clifford Bonner, 103, 105, 108, 122, 14-7, 179, 213, 508 Wilson. Howell Kenneth, 151, 196, 542 Wilson, .James Howard, 559 Wilson, James Jack, 34-1, 542 Wilson, James Keen, Jr., 542 Wilson, James Keith, 542 Wilson, James Oliver, 542 Wilson, Jimmy Rudolph, 559 Wfilson, .John Aaron, Jr., 337, 523 Wilson, Larry Kittrell, 440 Wilson, Michael Cato, 523 Wilson, Peter Mason, 163, 207, 409, 508 Wilson, Richard M., 508 Wright, Ronald G., 405, 559 Wright. Walter Clark, 331. 559 Wright, William Andrew, 166, 391, 559 Wrigley. Francis Lamar, 542 Wu. Yung-Shu, 115. 151, 509 Wundram. Edward Clay. 148. 381, 509 Wurz, .John Arnold, 148, 395, 509 Wyatt, Harold Wendell, Jr., 349, 542 Wylie, James Hill, 215, 331, 559 Wynn, Woodson DaleY523 Yager, Robert Hughes, 542 Yancey, David A., 399, 559 Yarbrough. David Wylie, 542 Yarbrough. John William, 542 Yeargan, Edmund Leonidas, Jr., 323, 542 Yeagers, Edward Klingensmith, 195, 411, 54-2 Yeomans, Charles Polke, 559 Yokley, Emmett Clinton. Jr., 34-9, 542 Yonge, George Stephen, 559 York, Guy Pollard. 395, 509 Youmans. Robert Mack, 143, 225, 409, 509 Young, Charles Stephen, 399, 559 Young, Frederick Myles, 542 Young, Robert George, 373, 523 Young, William Dorsey, lll, 353, 542 Youngblood, George Everett, 163, 185, 409 509 Youngblood, Robert Larry, 509 Youngner, Larry D., 559 Yue, Benjamin, 542 Z Zapata, Gaston lvon, 153, 187, 509 Zapico, Leonardo, 217, 559 Zeigler, Jerry G., 163, 207, 523 Zeitoun, Raffoul Francis, 151, 193, 509 Ziel, Gilbert Edward, Jr., 542


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