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

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A x g., Ms':-- - ful 1Qff.K" , , J v 2 , - 'Nei ,xi ' 1 iw X J U , N 'TN Q 365 ' .X K. -.3g2j,"Q2.s.,., ' N. - ,.gi'v'5 ---f,-,ff,g,f-M., 5 ' '. e,-xwwv wr- -X1 .,5:.-,.-my . ni., ,.: xg-Y f 1.5 Mxfefa-11 wif New ideas in music, government, law and many other aspects of life are at the disposal of the student. Popular jazz and folk musicians, prominent statesmen and lawmakers, noted jour- nalists all contribute to a mellowing of the mechanistic view of life that is all too prevalent in technological schools r r u ,. '?ff2?!XQ y X8 A wie 'ww S f Q , 'N X X . 4 X , if l oooo . 1 r, 1 e 1 r Q ,,, 1 l f i u L 1 ' I P x l I 1 , ' r N oup,W,sM,.c-,pe,,...c 1 A cigarette between classes-the companionship of friends over a cup of coffee in the Robbery or a few beers-an intramural football game-means of relax- ation and relief from scholastic pressures are constantly sought. ...X . . . X f W. .--' - A -m,.,' , Sr X- . 4i-Q...W-- ' ' J, g'X"N':".:,2'fms:'.M .Lf --vw f,. ,.. ., -AA-fr: X v--V-...A ,WM . A melting pot of architectural styles, the campus is a place 1 where isolated beauty may be found in the midst of dreariness-where an eyjfect of harmony may occur surrounded by confusion. at I 1 . s N kg ' -1 ' A-- X xxx xx X NSN cis: Tffifff " V ' . fi 4 xx xN.Af.r - . ,MQL K, Q , . Q mm., A Me, .. 1 N-,,.s+ MQ A-fr va. F1 As a dark room rever- berates with the blare of a combo-as a profusion of paper caps becomes more and more obvious? a party provides a welcome escape from academic worries. i N , V Q. - 1 f 0 'VY M A r ,M H. RV ' A' QV ' 'i'fe:.1. - Q vs- . " wg 1 , '-' 15? N.. ' -4 -,.:: - - , A , ,E , Y ,, A ' 's gs 1? x A -Lg-1' ,SQ L ' 5 'Egg -ff-L.. X , l 5 K I i I N 5 1 w l 1 l E I Y F l l l w I l V r l For many, football games symbolize the collegiate way of life. Loud, spirited, colorful, they are the focal point of student activity during fall quarter. of . Q., is The establishment and preservation of traditions by means such as Home co-ming Weekend are vital to the character and "personality" of the institution. Female companionship-an age old need of the college man. 'U W pw ' MTV'-"'r1A-wfim ' ny-'ktnunnnmmwmwehff , , ' ' - , I "lI'HY1lh-. L "-- 1 -'f-701 'M , , I ,.,,,, 4 ,...,.,.,.,,,, Z, V I 1 m..,,,,,,, 5 , ,- ,gr - - ,. U -. we '. 'MW' . .,.,. -1 , . ,,,:m' WN 'wsgf .ep 1 'wr "Q, : I ' X--W ,iw " rf, - A realization of respon- sibilities-a sudden searching for one's aims in life-the student faces the hopes, uncertainties, disappointments and full- yillments of the future. WI ,iii w X s W 1 1 Y 1 X N Mg-D oNNELL Dedication Determination and ambition have moved Georgia Techis graduates to achieve outstanding successes for the past 75 years. Progress in the fields of science, technology, and business has been the result. To these men, this volume is dedicated. if Q Z , Q K ,NF fN X 5 L ' I - - ' 1-1 ,, 1885, October 13, bill passediin the 'Georgia legislature appropriating 565,000 to found a technical school: 1886, October 20, Atlanta chosen.asxnthelgcationilor,the school: 1887, January 27, land in Atlanta selected for 'the school.: 1882, May,,,5, contract let 'for the main lfpresent adminif' tration, building:-1888, April 5,-Dr.,1saac S. Hopkins elegted as first president: 1888, summer, first Shop 'Building con- structed: 1888, October 3, school formally presented tothe state: 1888,fAlpha Tau Ornegax is first 'national fraternity at Tech: 1888, school' of'Mechanical Engineering 'estab- lished:"1889,i Sigma Alpha, Epsilon Fraternityfiestablipshes , V , chapter' at f'Tech:f'1890,, first' graduating class, GTG. Crafv-Xl' b - ford, H. L. Smith.: 1894, -February, Ye77ow fackjetibegan' publication: 1895, Kappa Sigma establishes chapter. 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R Q 1. ,N , fa - il 1 YY 1 AP lx xr 7 X: X. 1 rx t. up i YV , i E K, V ijfbjg Q 1896, Dr. 1'1'6plcins resigns as president: J-unef24: , Dri Lymlan H'all elected. president:51896,f1Electri,calAE1d- 42 Civil Engineeringfadded: 1896-, Sigma'Nui-Fraternityfestab lishes chapterf: 518-99, qfextile Engineering -added.:-'1899 Kappa Alpha Fraternity establishes chapter: 1-901,lGhe,mi cal Engineering ,add'eCl:,,l902,2iPhi Delta Theta- ,'-' F raternity establishes tcha-ptig-f: -1904-,flume '21, Chi' Phi- Fratergityfestab- Alf? lishes chapter: 1904, Phi' Kappa. igrna-Eraternity-estab lishies chapter: 1905, August 16,,President Eymxain Hall dies 11906, June 21, Mathieson elected' president: 1906, Qcto ber'3 BLS. irrchemistry adlded: 1906, first hong system established: 1901, Sigma' Phi Epsilon Fraternity establishes chapter: 1908, March 2, Engineering Eifieningischoohestab lished' 1908 first Blue-Print - Y- 1 U ' - F V-1, I1-908, June.-171,'B.SI inArcl'Iitect11re added: 1911,-'Novem- berx17,..'l'irst issueiof Technique: 71912, December 12, Co- operative-plan added: 1912, 'Briarean Society established: 1913, Pi Kappa PhirfFrafernity'estgb1'ishes chapter: 1914, Phi Kappa Phi establishes chapter: 1915, A1EE'established.: 1915, Cofop Clpb ,established at Tech.: 1916i,'November 23, Phi -Epsilon Pi Fraternity iestablisheslchapterq 1916, Army ROTC -begun: 12216, established 31917, Beta Theta, K, Fraternity establishes chapter:-1918, -January, Tech bg- ,comes member off NCAA: 1918, February 1, Greater Tech Campaign..-launc'hed: 1918, Apri1,24,g.aCu1t9 approves, design oik'17ech seal, designed by Prof. F. P. Smith: 1920 Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity establishes kchapterf 1921, February 1-9Q the uKnigl'its,l' locale honorary military -society, initiated into Scabbard and Blade: 1921, Mgfgh 12, Geofgia Tech Womanls Club organized:",1921, MayL5,,Pi Phi Delta, local Lfratern1ty,,1nstalled as Gamma Psi' of Delta Tau Delta.: 1921-I Oktober 41 Dr. G.'iMathieson',resigns as president. ' 1 ' f 4 , - .fr 7 1922, April, 'Sigma -Chip Fraternity established'EmYcan'rpus2 , 1922, May 1, Tau Epsilon Phi .Fraternity establishes. chapg ,754 ter: 1922, spring, Pi Delta Epsilon journalism fraternitl r established: 1922, July 14, Dr. -Marion lLuther-- Bfiffain, elected-pi-esident:'1922, fall, the "Alma iMater",-ErstV,per-' J formed:.i1922, November, Student Council adopted-at Tech: fl 1923, 1V1'arch 15, first issue of the Q N NUS:,1923, April 6, Phisgrna Kappa Fraternityinstalled: f f 1923, May 28, Theta Chi Fraternity establishes chapter: 7 il 1923, July 19, WGST presented to school by Clark Hoviell:s. 1923, Chi Psi Fraternity establishes chapterf:,g1923 Sig- 'X .,, ma Kappa Fraternity establishes chapter: 1924, April ,12-r13, F K Kappa Kappa psig-national music honorary, installed: 41924, H! Schogl of Industrial Engineering,established-:x1924,School LT, of Ceramic EngineeringWesxtablished: 1925, January 10, Phi 4. -w ipsi Textile Societyestablished: 1925, February 6, Tau Beta, 5 P1.i!1SfH'11Cd:,1925, May- 16, firsf,Dad's Day, forerunner -,df - modern Parents Day: " . ' ,V - X f 1 5 , i A . 1 .V H . r, J ew 1 R-N1 A F,-is w ,T'Li"' N fl 1 exi, '- 1 ' LL 1926, zspring, Naval ROTC' established: 1926, October '16, :Gal-pymia -Delta-Fraternity' installed: 1926, November Z, N student' chapter, American Cera-rmcs Society formed: 1928, April 7, Kappa Eta: Kappa absorbs Hi-Tension Club: 1929, R63-ei Bgwlilzield constructed from receipts of the Rose Bovyl game: 1930, May 28, ODK installed: 1930, Phi Eta xSig,pa -established: 1930,',Daniel Guggenheim School of v wAe1:oi1autics established: 1932, Pi Tau Sigma established: t1935f'present, day homecoming celebrations be an: 1935 A , , 8' 1 School-of Industrial Management established: 1938, May 1, A11 issue of the Engineer: 1939, School of Physics established: 111940, December 16,iAlpha--Phi Omega established: 1940, -first annual'Engineer's Day:'1941, Eta :Kappa Nu estab- -lished:'l942, October 6, Lambda Ghi Alpha Fraternity leistxablished chapter. ' ' x- .. u fx 1 , . 1942, December, Society of American Military Engineers f01'mGC11 1944,,Iuly f1,l'Col. Blake Ragsdale -Van Leer suc- ceeded Dr: Marion: Luther Brittain as president of the school, Dr. Brittain becomes President Emeritus: 1945, July, Ramblin' 'Reclci"Club organized: 1945, September, faculty votes to change to the quarter system: 1946, Febru- ary, Degree of Ph.DL 'in Engineering authorized by the Board of Regents: 1946 spring, S.A.M. formed on campus: 1946, spring, the 'Research-'Eng1'neer began publication: 1946, studentchapter AIIE formed: 1946, Testing and Guidance service instituted: 194'Z,tFeb1-uary, Drama 'Tech founded: 1947, August 14, nsidewaysll, Tech mascot dies: 1947, Student chapter of Pei-shingVRitles organized: 1948, February, Tau Kappa Epsilon enters campus: 1948 March 24, Southern Technical Institute opensf 7 1 , X X KY Ns -ex-A i- 'VN r I f , i iFel5ru5i1jS',jkeraiirios estalilisheisl: 1949, Mifch 10, ifmpha Phi 1Sf!u31.E. estabQsgh'e'd:f.1949: Delta Kappafphi IQ956, January 23,9P,residerit ,Blake ,Ragsdale 'Van Leer Lhes: 1956, February, Dr. Paul Weber appointed Acting giiafiitei ch3Srtei"1: 1950, Jai1u,aQry,13,l St. Patriclclsicouncil, President: 1957: January 15, American Rocliet Society FP1jffISdl..i19505April 25, QoachTDodd"narF13cl Athletitc Direc- formed: 1957, June 26, Dr. Edwih D. Harrison appointed 17, first freshman camp I950,. President: 1957, ,October,-26, Delta 'Upsilon Rraternity in- 4 RQ1C'est'ablishe'd-:Q 1951,-A January-21,1-,Th'eta Xi Frater-ur stalled:"l959,'February Bachelor of Science in Engineering f4i,fY V,,. 5Sf?H15lfSl1ec1: '1Q951,LFebr3,1aQy, Air- Society 'granted char- X -MCChan1CS.' added: 1959, ,October 15, Bobby -Dodd elected, ,fQg',ir3!95'1Qn Februa1jy4Q,- Taiiwomgga fltlonorarykgyestab- iv fi' -to the-National ,Eootball -Hall of Fame: 1959,-Schoolof Psy- -lQsl?FeCli:"1f951, foctobtei-jf26,-l5lif"Lai11bda Upsilon',honora1fy-- A. " chology established: 1960, fall,--Dr. Mary,K. Cabell becomes- :l1,951fl,fa11, tradition otfblovniing' - V- - Techislfgrst' woman instructor, Mathematics: 1960, Bachelor' fiylhstlejinicelebratioriifoit a footltiall yictory-,i's iborrr: 195-lf of Science giriiffextkilejghemistry added: 1960, School -of Ap- -GIFCQIQhKi3Stab1ish'ed':l7'1952,:Apriil7'9, BozigE1gof'R,eg,ents,vote5 N T' ,plied-Biology, established: -1961, May 27, Athletic Associa-, it9',P'faikiT'5j5htc'6educatibnali to' 5,: 1952:,,,ihool of ,Ma,the-,, tion pufchases--'the first, official uR3I'I11'Jli1'1i 'R6C1CM- H 1930 f'1?f-WCS" ?'5fQQl'diSt11A'ijCl:j1-9541 iseptember 114, Alpha Xi, Deltaq 'Miodel A F6,i'd:f1961, 'New'Southern Tech campus at Mari- 'iiechis' H11jSt'SQF5ity, established on campus: 19:55, Sgeptem- etta completed and op'eXned:T-196g1,K fall, three members of berflkich E1'SCt1gO,Q1LC'-'CCiIHPfljTt61fL- -Centieir.begLns ,0peration: Negro, race enter Tech: 1962-63, 'Celebration year in-honor E955 101111, 'W'g'jHQiSYm5n m1T4T,R.5?'Bu,k't .Flogyers eTe,cted1ig,i-, ' V .of Teclfs seventyetifth anniversaryaincluding noted spealc- 19,Nationaltl53zj,ojbegI1jQa11,,QfrFa,me:V1955, Societyiof Womenx - ers, forums, and discussion groups."Fitty-sixth anniversary 011: CBi'I1pu,S. 'K A . T , ' ' V 4 , K V-otxtlie Blueprint, . f .r K Y - - si ' a- . . A 1 1 .- ' - , 1, r Y. - - , Y -dfaw eff- Yi' W ,V i t-, x . ,. i r: " nk'-' f -- - ' , .sa V, e s 1 ii feaiif 1 e to 4 ' 1 Y o ' 21 I X , . 1 f' V VW 4. V -, V , . V V , , V 1 N X ' V . ,, V V V VQANNQT V .A,L.L. Jam '1'0L1'J 315 Um' 101' VJ1l2'JAiJ1f6K 315: A V V X , , V .. ' V . V J x " 5 G IN PAS X ENMENG 'kirfk , The lirst small seeds which grew into the founding of Tech were sown when two Civil War veterans had a con- versation in May, 1882. These men were Major F. Han- son, publisher and manufacturer, and Nathaniel E. Harris, a Macon attorney, who later became govern ar of Georgia. Hanson saw the need for the school, and encouraged Harris to help malce it a reality. He was elected to the State Legislature using the need for a technological school as a mafor part of his platform. He directed his efforts to this end, and in 1885, the lnill was passed by a very narrow margin. Three years later, Techls doors were opened to one hundred and thirty students seelcing the degree of Bachelor of Science in Nlechanical Engineering. Trophy presented to Nathaniel Harris, founder of Tech. 1. In 1888 the school lnegan classes with its nrst two buildings. They stand now. Aging and obsolete, the ,Administration and-Old Shop Building have endured time to see the modern outline of the Electrical Engineering Building, and will proli- aluly see the new Chemistry Building and many others. A 'X But they once stood alone on the hill, with the rest of the campus just tree-covered hills and a lazy stream on the northernmost edge of Atlanta, 1888. H 4 L7 Before 1900, Swann and Knowles dormitories and the A. French Textile Building were completed. The Smith Shop Building was built-now the post office. At that time, the annual appropriation had reached the ponderousi 'figure of S40,000. The following Hfteen years sa,w the Lyman Hall Chemistry Building, Carnegie Library, Whitehead Infirmary, YMCA Building Building completed. Grant Field was built in 1913. , , 'In the twenties and thirtiesf came the Physics, Ceramics, Naval Armory, C.E.,-and Engineeringnbflechanics buildings, .along with Haxrris, Cloudman, Techwood, Harrison, and Howell dormitories. XBrittain Dining Hall was built in '28. 1 'A 'Glenn and Towers dorms, the Hightower Textile Building, the Architecture building, completed in the late forties Wand earlylfifties, mark- the beginning of the campusqs newer buildings. Construction has been constantly in evidence in the last few years. ' ' X -L , ' A , X., QCRANTIFIELD around 1915 niiilr, 35' , swf 'iihi F ,vw ,- fx -.V f I K T 1, ,I in ' 'X .Mb 'N Q Z5 5 a '- ao- el ---kj' X 'X ' -T' -, i- ' .-f' ' 1' Q V J, - - - -X M hy V . I , K A Y V1 ,M Q - , X .V r 1, ' n , ' X! -- J "sf L. r -Or-fi e - ' V " 5 fx 'A - X f U, T i f 1 ii - X ,VV, J ,Jef W ity: xf! At w it 3 ,J I H? A f A QV A , ,., 0 it se 0' ' A. V' .- fi f 710 K, 2 ir ire , , 0 -1:1 A , " f - A ' 7A it 4 l , W X A Y k , ff - ' 4 , 4 0 , ' A ,Q - ,F , , , V A l , A-1 - M - M Q 'EJ 1922, ,Atlantar lgusnessmen at tfungllraising' PlC1fliCl K A 'fl A V ff V '- A ff ,A i ' ' " f -' ' V , Y ' -fr Y ' ' W, I- -- F :-1,1'r MEANS - X 5 2 5 5 2 'A-square deal for:VV.Geoi-gia Boys-an equal -E E .f E E f. - 'Q ' - . chance for a technical education with boys of any ' 4 , , , at -if of , , V e ' of , ,F S ITA: eqial chance for Georgiafs industries with - V X, those ofhny state .V ' - t ' V Opiioiitunity for Georgia citizens-n means 'of 'X "Q, overcoming the handicaps imimsed hy -allzick of 'f' ' J industrial development Q ' f 1 , V x ' ' ' ' - Y ' 4, rf A " 'xTffir'3!u -.sms -l':f'fi'7-7f,"i , f -4 A tg, . 5 Q., if - Vf-QSM 1, ft i QQ J- A 4 N E -4- q,. -y-. , ,- gf V. .fs 'A' ' 2'-ze Q-Li!! .:. - ' v , Q Q I :gf 17, . ,, .N - L . V ,A - 4 T ,P . I ,V H :?QX.h,-., 151, ,A . A-11, lax! g I p fi , VV Va N i- at ,EIL 2453 1C,V,:gV qggicgizg' A f A V 1 ,Ou .-,J V 0 'W , e -.F 1,f.ff4'l is he 0 0 i , i2 "V-YT fntxf' Q-' jg gi -X. fx' ,After the first world war, a Y V '.f ..-tr-5. D A' 'Q iw ' 'f l I ' - . Zz.. ij- b 4 V . W 'r ' 'h af' A 59, '- 'fr-,I x . great number of veterans wished P .gn , 1 139' 'w jx' IJ 'fri '- J, - ' y- fx, , to enter Tech. Fac1l1t1es were al- .-.-i' so ..- - -f ur -- " A , M A 5.11. 1 o' -V fl VV L"",'1 A ', -N ' 5- 3 20 5 ' J' most xnaclequate, and xt brought "5 -V' Q' '- F SE:-,Q ' -We x L v, l"'4 ,. V . . X 'o V' .' V 3'-: ' x'5L.Y w' 1113 '-' 23 I' ,. to llgllf that sometlixngf must be ' '-4 - 11 T, -f., ' D "y3"f-"-x '. ,- -- V , , FR 'I' F3 . A' V5 A " ?PxX :p,-1w,' 9 1, 2fj,,.eff33, I 'V 0 clone to relieve the stragn then 15" f'!.5"e'a ',Q11fJggi1f : gf e"' ,. -" 1' , . "'f"'t', ' ,, and the -future stram. So begari 4 ,:' Q 24 s , - . 6.1, - ' "' the Greater Georgia Tech Came tiiij' 'W ' v ,, f ' ' N. V J. .V -ff' H . K X - - w3.m 0 ,Yggc'y,-161, 8 A rv 'Vg ' 4, pa1g'n-to procluce ap Y greater ,.E'f?0 -gt 0 V fe ,Vt V V, ' Geofmrech. Et wee, . PEgu,wMEF.:iX X.xv4V 9 R ji J I Q f Q - 4 V 'fha mu: .an ' -'L , V - - - ,, umffgrmhu 7 X f ' A is P L It was botlm aA pulnlxc relatxons A ""' x Q - 'Q ' To i . . Cr Rm A A V , V i di - x and a money-ralsxng campaxgn. f Vkwrifxglmkxw ,, 7 V! f tl- ff- It was to bring to thexstate ad- ! V V. D A X mgrustrators-and the pulallc the THE he-GeREATiERt GEQRGIA' TECH 0 true meaning if1dVV?1ue'0f tech' KEY To-UWA U I- In Bmugmfzs K -if A nical training. Tlmetmonetary goal : . D . ' ' f"" ' . was 'originally set at tive million l. V. . ,. --.P F.. ' I-:N , . 0 f ..V . , J. n i f-Q l D i 3 , rlollars, Vbut the result Was a n-- .. 6' -'-- r-Tqdle 'X .... 'Q A. . .irq -7 -' - ' - Mina md Ceramics - - . . . 3 -' - F - 'Architewnre T. . . . . . '9 - - 5 - - Commun: - . .V .... . . . . . 10 - ' - 3 - Pavel' Flint fniltlitiolll, --- - - -no-V - ll - - - - Shopllfldditioml - Us - - ' . . ' 12 - L - - Aulo and ACIQIIIIIEG -- . 13 ' - - - Hoopihlif- - . . .' I4 - - - - - Research - -Y . . f. I5-1617 - - - Dormimrsa . 13 '--- -'Gymnasium - Pro. y, I 0255.5 ' 'gf . as ,'mr.u.c0s'r..5... ..... - .-' 3llJ,lXlJ.IX'l - - 250,0t'D400 T 160,610.00 - 350,000.00 ' ' 751mm-in -' ,-f 125,000.00 - - V 150,001.00 -- 70.000.00. , ' ' - Y. 500,000.00 - 720,000.00 N' 0 V - 250,000.00 - 75011110.01 - Ss,o0o,000:oo BE BUILT OR IMPROVED IN DEVELOPMENT, KEY 'ro ,vu-:w BUILDINGS j 1 f , te - - me 0 -W - ec nical ' ' B 'ld' ' ' ' ' 22 - ,- - Exprimnm l::lgngul ms ' 4 27-28-29 . 23 - - A - Drawing-arid Mechgnic, 1 30 - - - '- 21 f - - Auditorium k X , ' 31 . X 4 .N 25 - - K 1 Armory V 32 - - A r , is BUILDINGS Annepylo Y. C. A.?' R For iuler expansion 'Grarfl rj.-la GrnndV'SlandN 1 ' J Pleaidf-nfs house' foo little outer the-tmillion-ancl-arhalf. tTlmoug'l1 not as successful 'ag hopecl -for Hnanclally, the cami paign, rexalizeclv great xsuccess - in its other goalsg-It craikeclz the lfiarrierwof 'partial rejection or .nonrrealization of the irnjhortakrice Vofv a, techriical school in Georrglat , . ,. X, o.M2 1' K N XAQFR, . QV .1 V, if ' ,A ' I f I I Y. X If Lx, I .rf A K. A ,A A -ek- I -'7- .,.X. , K R , v - V '.-!f32?5.w-ai 5"9':N:vAw .-:J . .-- . V ' , . , - -ff I- r.w"i"'1"Q1?' '-"1.:1fIfy'f5mf-is--'-'f":'1'-2-W.fwf:1:'-fin-ef-nm.-,z-U-.E-:A-.'g'.:-A-4.1 332,121 I i3',"':'-155'-''-f1192?f"-'1'- :fi Y ,Qi . 727 "7g"T7y' Q' i1eQ"'? 'jW'1". ,W .V -I ,ily -'-' Q3 I-jf,.., fm. 4.-,Q ,:,',vgV3l,55S V 1 I ,L..W'w 1. 11vQ55',j?-fi':':3.., X L . I 7. 3 . :Ly V -, - , f V my ,V " '. - - A 'W SMI! ' , .241 , - A :If X' F' A 'P - S ' F .L K" Q If I Y r W L , V .P A A ISAAC S.-HOPKINS Q , LYMAN H. HALL 4 - , -1' ' V ' .y in N, ' J W 5-I - A I, .gg - KENNETH G. MATHESON I- I fi? A 5 s MARION L. BRITTAIN If - M Q I I 9 -BLAKE R. VANK LEER I fig A EDWIN D. HARRISON 1 I T--I . A A F- - - - - l r . I H- ' i A.'A '23-jg L 1 I-- If , X , ..," 4-' X,-A -..f,,- Nyw X , ,jfs WI 1 - I 95:43 ,gf m q g , I- ' ,- '-, "- 1 . I g A , gi-9.57 a g.-'3'-,::,' .i.:i:, ' 1 I "' A, A , ' fa? A A " ' -Tl, - ' Z. Q Y 4 f T' avr 4 f , I.,4 I - ' I - , I ' 4- A llvst' of the accomplxshments -and coxitrgbutlons ef Techfs -"- f 'Q , fgfiiii V 3 , 5 . pres1d'e11.ts would be unending. head of the sclnoolflzaclm tggkv-A, , 0 1 f -H ls. ML aneenormoxis part linimost a11"'t1f1t was flone while 1711-eygl1e1d"tl1e . ! 1 'f4 '- XT! 4 fc- :A -,-, I A 'ofHHce. A 1er1gtl'1y 11st1ng of these deeds IS uncallecl fo11'l1ere.Y The V gg i 1 I - campus Agis it stanQs today, and the,sc11oo1's reputation gije jclfeirj V - , -5' 5. 5 . 'A I I f ' . -greatest'Tributes. f- J I in ,Q Q ,XS -2. , 'QW " f " - V., 'wff'--X , A ' '1' I I I X 9 I fr' ig A1 I-sz ., 1. , , ' -, ' 'Q f ' x,L,L,, W 1- - . - ' , , I I . --- F I. f QAHQRRINS-H I Q- I I I HALL' A ,,, Ky.. -4- 7- " -' ' L - , ' , - ,- 18fiQf1896, ' A - , , - , ' A , - 1896-1905 , ' ' ' X X- f g ,, f7'..lfJ' 7-' - V TRL -f ' x 'N 7 - -X U if ffii T1 as '41 I f , ,,-'Q.35:zg- A " If -, A ' . ' - ' " ' I -If '. 'xi-V Y " E' ' ,ffi f 1- f I ' 4' ' 1- - ' ' 1" " ' 1.5 35352771 --iii fx -1- I fl , . L' . I il -if -f ' , , ' . , e ' , I. -V f X .QALQEI x gf-Jw. Nfl, wx yr '.-, N I +'q1j,x ,UA V a , nl!-'6?a 3--1, ,L , '516 9 , Qfifiifi' , - 1 r M7 'I ' - i --' li. Aki? , H. I If Fi 7 . .3251 f f, '- , - E ,Zi - ' . 'E 1 2 I AX. , , if Q ' -'-ugGL'if"2- -Q f 1 f. ' ' -Qi C' gk i f 35 I ' ' -' ' fi ' f' 1 LES IZ-i f- - g,EIf' - if ' 'W' ' " - A-I- flux x L ' I ' -A ,I-Q17 ,I H' ,A -I H - -X A N K. .. if :,!fA,0X.R4-1,121 i.,, , Y gf. t L , .- J N , , -.H F515 -. "- B f Ov?-am --,J F23 5 ' ' .11 fw ' - , IXWZZQRZT-Mi ' -- n F 1 - ' , -41-f ,f - F? mf-A. '-A -- I .. I f. 1 I ,, - ' I R' J" -9 'jg V A Q -- ,i ' I 5 4,4 w-.LAN I Q y '-f if A If I ' I ' A :I if X I 1 'I ' I I iff I - fi fwf . :,- J-' N L ,l -X is - HX' 'NK X fr- J? .9 ,Y I, I, I 3' I- , , 1 , K -- ,, :Q J 1 ff ,.-rv 1, f -H+' I A 'RK 11 X I I . I A 7 , - J ' f' 1 f --Af-Q MAIHESON-f - IBRITTAIN -. - VAN LEER VHARRISQN-A Rf " 95--f 1- I- -A ff: 4 ' I Lf- .If -- -. - ' E A f- 9+ A12 11906-1321: X U I, .9 J 1922-1944.1 I - 1944-1956 1957-Pfesfinf -1-Trix--.i-. 'Q' .QV-F, 57 V Y 'E-f Y, ' il X- , I V- -- - ij. ' , - - f , V I I f I , I 1 I T 1 " ,Sf TKT 1514! I VA ' 'V 5 V -4 - - "fi 'I' ' 'Z ' E' -A? ' - A 1 A X1 'sketigl-les, cjourfesy of Jane D. Wallaere for,-Dress Her 1nvWh1te ami Gold. T-11519-5?-,'LeqixYfiIj '! r rg thi 1 V I V , ,. fix- -A 'E , , xxx..-ig,-,Z ' 'H 'I 'M' R 9, ,, ,A I 's - ff, , K . .:.! , - '.! J -fb I JL WSL- --A - f , Qt ,' ' , X V sgfa 7 ,, f 1 , A 5 g X V r ' . 1 f K Dr. William Henry 'Emersoni lcnown is 'sBig Dbcw on Campus, 'Wasxa Naval Academy graduate who received his Ph.D. at Johns Hopki'ns, and was appointed the Ktirst head of the chemistry department in 1888. He was appointed dean ofhis school in 1910, huticohtinued. teaching until he died'in 1924. The rnottohe .chose to, he engraved on the cornerstpne of his cchemisffyebuilding wasQ'graven into, him- self-NIN THE FIRST PLACE sl I WOULD JPUTIAC- CURAC-Y.'7l N ' l Y -f " 2 1 , Emerson 'took awgreat interest' in athletics, and always strove to lgeepy Techvs athlfeticgprogram in the hands of-the faculty. He andfhis' followers have lcept it so untileven now, forty years after his death.s V . - - , Q. ,V ,N ,X X ' .. X f .X- I " , - bi- . 7 A' 1. X - . , 1 , D-r. William Vernonjslciles 'was pnefof the mqstgpowerful' I and most -beloved men, to ever settfooton campus. He vias' 'ww ' a forceful leader and"tw'as Eatistied withfnothing less than 'A A perfection in scholastics, hut! he drovekliinrsellf' harder' than' 1 he did his students. f Q' x 'Y , N -wg it ' i K X l -X7-iw's'at Dean Slciles' thought teaching wassthe, greatest' protes- '4 I F 1 sion. In his own words., s'What is tinerrthan 'working lwith 4 ' ' Lyoungfmen? The teaching profession ,has the advantage X 1 w 1 -: over 411 the others. The doctor sees thef-boy when he is 1 sick, the lawyer sees' when hxe is in trouhleq hut the ff teacher sees him when he is youngl ambitious, and happy." r .A . A an IN N f ' ' W THE! e T HE , o4- it it 5 5 ,t C? v 5 p , g V , f X 1 , r Floyd Field came to the campus asia mathpinstructor and became headfof the department ig 1909.' His students called him "BoCatf', because of his fierce approach tofteach- ing. He became the tirst dean 'of men, after tirst selling thehoard on the ,ideal qt fi-eating the office.. rx ,Fielcl.V was of great benefit to Tech fraternities in many Ways, improving their scholarship.. and promoting ' good bi-1S1ness'practices.'lI'Ie also worked toward establishing a better student government. He died tin 1959 'after 14 years Dr. M. Smith was the last of his kind at TechQ When he retired in 1954, 'rthe school had grown so hig that it wasx almost! impossible for any one teacher to make a lasting - impression on the entire student body. But he -did -it, He became lcnown and loved by almostrevxery Sfudeaffin school. J enabled only by his dynamic personality and 'teaching ability. H 3 ' , 7 ' , hecameiheacl of the math department rin 1934, and worked hard toward 'making it one oft the best in the"i'1ation. of retirement, -N ' l Y Q X, r . He died in- 1962 at-ter 8 years of retirement. A ' .X ' , 4, 4:-, J ' 2 ' ' a , A, - '1 , , V - f r ' JY .- V , I M K X ,rl r l i t . - I il, N . XX 1' X- 'T . 1 , N MR. 2 , , ' X , ' .J 1- V Q X rl 'ar wtf, yt e '- ' A- -N on f " f V ptr . k K Q 5 o BEST KNOWN AND MosT LOVED OF THE TECHMEN TURNED 'LEGEND' X ,X Y , . X .X Y - , V 1, , . X l I Y ' -A - 1 ' . . A i,After Working in almost all phases of activity on campus, fs-,GeXoifge,'CT'Griffin became Dean of Students upon the retire- ' ,B rnent-of Dean XFloyd,NEield. In 1914, he entered as a student, ' '.i'nd-,afterfl'ii.ndr'ance-fromiworld War.'l and cl-1.emistry,.heX - ' 1'5?EiVXedX,a .degfeegin Civil' Engineering 1922. He was 'af Stlidenflleaderl. scriiln football player, and outstandingtxiaclc - X tvs. aLndL'cross-country"man. 2. V' i L t . K , N taught 'mathematics at Tech 'afterf' Coach Alex- .-fk tahdiexi, 1n -L930, lured him jaway 'from McCallie Prep School X X Where: Xheg was athletid director anclg math fteaiher. He fgpached'-,fI'ech's' freshman 'team for two 'fyears+ ,and the rf x ' ' f f . ' f . vscruhs for Xa K,yea1g.,rl'Ie eyeni. was 'trainer for thel athletic teams ozriafyear. He coached traclc for 16 Xears and isgstill ,ifcfoss-country coachf Jil ' , f f . , ' f X 4' A , 'X " returning to carnpusfin 19302 George Griffin- became l an Hfisistant- Dean 65 Students, During'World War '11, he o w K ,yas ekeirutive qfficer pot the, naval lunits. ,Hefhasi also tween' , ' ,PQI-S0I1!1el' officer' of the! school, alumni club organizer, 'Slit-ninifplacenient, dilrector, student! placement director, and 'feyefn engineer onrthle 'construction of Tech'sl,Naval Armqryi K Qojach Alexaiderstarted a saying that hecarne standardon i , flfie 'l7'eXch campixst -"Let ,George Do iI't.,'Xf' ' , F ,X X iliut -tl? Teclrfstuclentf hodyvhas benefited 'most of tall liy ' l115'.,lPeiHg"'madg Dean of Students. This is wlfere George-- , , f He has spent many hours in Atlanta courts. and fails get- ting 'boys out of troul::le,'1ancl has 'done more than all the aid the students. X 'AX1 j sX ' ' any ' " , X in Dean- Griffin started the,-Tech placement office, which was the second of its type, in the. country. After ajcouple of incidents brought the need"!foAr such a function to his attent'ion,V he ,opened the office outof his ovtfn pocket, Tech soon was convinced its should support the program with school funds. , H --f' J X - ' Griffanfsshars gained fame asidet'from'o511 his help to the school and students. He organized the Vnsaclc-l3rain" Club gdnring his daysias a' stund-ent. To qualify for membership., one mustibe so forgetful that he needs to carry his brain around kin -ar sacl: lest he 'forget it. The beloved dean is' the outstandinglmemlaer of thefclu-ln, havingone of the faultiest memories lcnown.in the historyoffmanlcind. But it is part-of the p,er'sonalityX that those who know him love. He has missed ,iheefingsi gone to-the wrong church services and funerals, 'and missed christenings in which he Xwas the Godfather. , ' Kpart of Techls personality and greatness will he gone helongist Hegloves peoplef and this student body has-'J ' K forever yhen DeanXG1liff1n retires and steps down from his ,always laeenihis concern. 1 X f W X F ' f , I Q 3 I post as Deanrof Students. X , 1 Vw' 'its X'f 'I X A , -1 r, f '. -, 2, - J 1 - K X'-' f g a ' , ' . 1 x.' F. f' ' ' ' ,Q ,1 .X , . nest of the facultyjnistarting organizatiopsfand plans to, f ,X X ' I "If' I " W , J - . , ' x wnmr causns WHITIQQCK 'If0 BI-U35 Y I - l -.I , ' I e ' 5 A QSung only on the blcaclwrsj r --1 ' ke Q X g Ig i , ' A I ..-X jpg" l irish L had u lmrrol of ruin mul nf sugar llll'00 fllOllStlll1l poumlg' . I' H as ' I f 1 VK 'fp H f A ,.,,H,.g,. IMI g.,'put it in, anal 'll vlzlplfr to stir lfiljtllvlllllr. f ' 7 I " M 't 1 I' VA ix ,ij rf? Lili.. ull goml hom-st fellows, I ttukv my wliiskvy l'lf'5fl'3 13. f ' N .,, X' , 0 'i ' l'un u rugnlrling. wr:-ck .X . Y V vp I if o Y A l I f u X' gf J .5 1 E' -A ' From Georgia' Tc-ull, ' A I V Allllillll' an oiggiuevr. KK 1 I i , - ig . L V p I .X i ' ' I 1, S H .-,. M f -e . . v , Ulu, if lillaul u 1l1lllglll0l', sir, l'd 1-lr:-ss llc-Finn Hrlllfjlllll g'0l1l,f we gg V 'K ii M lt - L- I . -Jg .Xml Iuka- lu-r on tluf 1-zunpnf to Clllill' flu- lll'llV0- almlnlmlil--3 p X . r I lim if l lnutlm sun, sir, l 'tvll youQ.wlm't lux-'mlalflfr-+ My 5 'i ' I "A I -f . I - H,.',l 'WH lik., fm- flu- G1-urgiglf 'lfoi-h, 'liikcl-llis ilaullly Bw-cl To fliir. H N 1 5 , I - g ,L , , N - V . "ii, . ra S N I mr! l"m a of fn, I of a, ' a ' 1of a, . of a, A' on of an vlnginpmig D ' gr A n I .lk - Like all good ilmnc-st follows.-l't'alC0 'luyi nliiskcy'-cloarig ' .x f Y l'mi-ii rambling wreck I i 2 - 1 Fronl' Georgia Tech, V 1 Y - And the --- of alfellgincerc ' , r - f ' I f Owing to tl!Q?lllf'llIljlgI0f thottypc, itllas been i1,np5Eililv to prim the parts Df the above B'0llgll'fIbl'080lll0il blank spacesqj Vi l - I I Y' W X e ,fl FIRST PRINTING of "Ramblin' 'Reckn--1908 Blue Print r-7 ,. ifl' a N. ' ' . V I, .jd xgi "RA1vn3L.1N' 'RECKT I There' have lqeenvarious attempts to' install customs and.. A - traditions onfthe. Tech carnpusiz, hut is iskusually Xthe case, - .t-he enduring ones-Lhave.-had spontaneous origins. Prolo? , aloly lbecause the student, lnody is, primarily of one 'gen- der, the exhilaitionismioff campus fads has never had much ' affectixhere. Panty raids gandiilqed pushing contests donlt' appeargV,lJutfTeclr has a few rich and cherished traditions. X " 'Theigreatest tradition isfthe unicfue fight song, fikamlolin' 7 ', 'Reclc!'.fiItf,has spread'1iI'e-chlsvnarrre tart-her. and wid-er than anything' else connected with xthe' school. The ,exact time and xrnahner in whichhthis song' first laecame entrenched on . campus is enshrouded in 'that mist from whichrnostx-all tirnelhonored customs emerge. It seems to-,have grown from, '- an jold folliylqiillad, i'hTNll16 Sbhgiotnthe Gamloolieiifip Techis first graduate said that- he-had never heard the sdi1g,1while here. lout an 1899r'class mernlaierinsisted that it waszsung by the students while 'lie was in 'sclxoolfilit was tirst printed in- I 'the '08 Blue Print without' a realftitle. l I Ln .1919 Franlc iiwopii'-Ro,man, lnandmaster, set theisong to the Apresentnrriusic and arrangement. Six' years later he , copyrighted it, andiit has l3eenrGeorgiagTecli's ever since, even- though other schoolsfclaixnVto'-have used it tirst. In the eyes of thergpulnlic it exclusively lneloxigshere. - K The copyright hasalnrought no wealth to the school, luuti 'f the song's pulqlic 'relations value is floeyond measure. f .. Y T - , p 4, V f Y. ' 'f ' YA' -, Xf . . X ,lr .' Q . g "e'RECK"o'oPARADE 2 u X The aiinual "Ramlnlin' 'Reclc 'Parade Began only 31 years ago, irii1932, lout is as much a partlof Tech as 'if itahad' originated in 1888. Competition' loegan inINoveml3er, 1933. The 'reclcs appeared' at the peprally and circled theetraclc at the football game. Phi Gammpa Delta toolc the- first honors in the contest which was' to beC.,fne.,N0,.e of the schoolis greatest traditions. "" ' X I The parade tool: itlsi present form in 1946, when the- judges reviewed the monstrosities from the-.porch of the Athletic office building. I ' , -f In the titties the parade showed a change-.frogs the-origi- nal concept ot mechanical monstroxsities to that off fancy ifloats. The wrathful student body forced the ""Rarnlglin' 'Reclcu clulo to change it haclc to the, original form in.-1951. . Y I 4. ' I 1933-First uRarn.lJlin' iiReclLn Parade. I I I 4 ' X . ,f f' , , if-exif' 1 1 ,I , A , X X Il, Y ' QM A a E GjE.o1rGE P. BURDELL gr X ' -iiTl'ie-.exact' matriculation'dat'e of George P. Burdell isun- 1...0,v...,' but, was somewhere around 1920. The mythical ichaaracter soloxfbecame the embodiment' of deviltry' of the iTech stuldent. An unidentified and brilliant-student signed l'tl1e"ri'ameiin 'addition't6ihis'own to his class rolls. He even rriadefout separate exam papers, changing his handwriting, andhconvinced many professors that Burdell was actually a itudent goodistanding. , ' Qtherfstudents' 'Joined Xin to keep Burdell alive, and he "Ha-snlt graduated yet, even though he is much less active than he Was ,inthe thirtiesandrforties. ' 1 E Biirdell has authored countless thousands of love letters, x i-getlhundreds of young ladies at the Varsity, and ordered ffg0.e'u..p2.id.e.0..1 albums than aiiyone in history. --X The nameghas-lheen found on roll calls andlists in all ggi-ts Qf.v1i2-,swofld in--which Tech men have been known -ioventure. Q' " " f ilnigwqrld War II Burdell Hew with a B-17 crew for twelve missions over Europe until an operations oflicenwho 1 former -Tech student joined the unit and noticed the fHS,Tl'1'B'0Il the Eight logs. ' ' 1 ' .A ' , , 3 1 ' V.-1 -a-,-- w fe- .- s-. V .- N .. 'N fi- ,- . 4 . f Q'-s.fff" ' ' - 'X ' '-f . ' . , f,-1' . , 'r' ' 'N' s -. . "' l .m 1- ., ' .tw ' -f .A . 1 ua N may,-.., iv yr Lf" , 'N A N 1 'x f xx -V' A - . ,- , TH'- qff , t Minn, 2- HK , X , ...f f A- . fifgn ,V-. -' 'X l- f' ,.: ,X ffxrf 'A ' 1" ' ., 1 3 ' ' , 1- , 1918-Inter-class ca e-race. .' V. , .- . . Q J Y f ffs: 4,-f 'x A f' I " A T LF --. A X. W . , , gr 7-1-9 1' -.V-A ' A t 54 ' , , , , rss. , - -7 , V. he .- - MEF YQ -X XV ' I ' rs TX' - 'A j 7 z 'f V J . 1, ' -N AL v , g i- f R ,. ' - -1 ' X ' ' " .4 -N ' , X , 1 .NZ f , , RAT CAP s c .The ,rat cap has been a part of Tech ftradition since ANAK instituted it in 1915. ,The first ones-were much like todayfs except they had a white F on the front ,rather than a T. The nrat rulesn were introduced by the u,Raml31in' 'Reclaim Club' shortly after its organization inf1930. i CAKE RACE n ff The first calce races were inter-class, and wereihasically cross-country runs in which the -'winners were rewarded with cakes halcecl hy faculty wives and mothers, and sweet- hearts of the contestants. In one race, calces.were given to the first 160 students to finish. In 1935, it became a fresh- man event, and was scheduled -for homecoming. Itrhgas heen compulsory for all freshmen to run"the race since that year. When the homecoming, queen. was added to the festivities in 1954, a lciss from her Became an extra reward forsthe winner. The name of the race has not changed but today the freshmen run more for the liiss tharrtheye do for the cake. ' . H AA' 'J 'N ' - 4 , If gf 1 A., -s,.,. .J., I , 2 A1 Jef af f's1DEWAY.Sf-f A V'+'j'.,'v VH " ,, V .gofmiitggfromo no-Aoneilinloywspwhere, a hlaclcgxarid White, K Iilonfgqiaireii the Heingrvariety, .found a home on the ifgqdh.-campug in the springhcif 1949. 'Because of an injury K .kregeiveilfqflifg-ngslieewags thrown from ,a'car. in front' sf the' d'eways-'wallied4-sidewgaysgifhence, the name. ,fiigsfdefvafys 'Tslepti sthgfgdorms-fa -differentaroorn' ,each Wfollofedf ithe fstuldepts 'upryflfe' hill .to Aclass ,each --Shgs-sat h-aclcrginV"the'-- classroorn and in-terestedly 'fhgllproteissqrs-for,wtent to, sleep: Dogcatchers and ,Were sfkgirever lcidxlafppiirg hher., -arid the ff'iiiiihfaliewspiapersrfocirse 'many arigic' es on erli 4 1 I , f 2, X if ' caniri? ,morgl?-builds?fateasomgfiat poigorfangl ' SIDEWAYS, loyalrfriend of the, Tech student hody. Cleaglfhy t1fK,e.7si?al6:of 'the oldiinfirrnary on. August' ' ' 17 - - V ' A . Y . Af .Tl - ., . P ek. Nm, V - 1 ,3QBf4Q4T', Q' i 1, VJ? ff' ,V ff' rf - " ' - I- 1? e 7jJf'f:-i',A,. -Y -Qlff' f' A' ,QQ gi ' ' ji A 'ANL-iff, ' , 4" L. 1 V . '- Y , " X, ,X -, lf xx!.4'5LNYQ it J -- X .. V - K' - V ' "af -- -" 'L ' , f . K " M tj P, we , 'K' 'I ' f will P., . 11:7 if R' 'fi . 7,-f eg A - 3 so , - .,. - half 'fi 'J -, 'l K. 'L V . wg... L ' Y - , ,.. VK- f D .-1 -R - N 1 X X kg I al-' -T' . ' - -,. v 1 1 g 1 , , J X L' 4 N EW . r ' 1 . ' L K ,, I . Q . , , 9- r x , , ' V Y l P up x AHEISMAN1 1 1 4 ALlEXANDER as DODDL ,, Georgia Tech has ,had threewtull-time tootballcoaches: John W. Heisman, William A. Alexander, and Robert L. Dodd. All three were included inl Edwin Pope's boolc, Foot- tiaffs Greates-t4lCoac7zes, which lists the .sport's greatest 'mentors 'Heisman and Alexander made the National'Foot- ball Hall out Fame by their coaching -accornplishm'ents.iDodcl has also been elected to the Ha11'Of' Fame for his playing daysf at the University of Tennessee, and will certainly meritthe same recognition for his coaching, .it he has not already. -E 1 J . . Q - I , r . , ' Heisman cbachednftor 59 years, 16 of which were spent at 'tT.e.ch. He stayedg here longefthan at any other school. The Heisman Trophy, ayvardior theroutsvtanding college football player ot 'the year, was namedxin honor of' him. Tech lured Hei-sman away trdrn Clemson in 1903. He first brought foot- ball pfominenceogo Tedh, anclwas also responsible for the school, getting its own athleticgtield. His --won-lost record at Techf was 100-29-6.lH'e neverhad aolosingi season, and did k , , , Bill Alexander was a student and football player at Tech. He was hrst to acquire the position of ucapptain oft the Scrubs," a title later held also by Dean Griffin. He coached under Heisman until Heisman left in 1919, when he started his 25 years as head coach. He tool: teams to ive' bowl games, winning three and losing two. Among these was the famous Rose Bowl game of 1929, from which proceeds Rose Bowl Field here at Tech was built. The Rose Bowl team were National Champions for that year. His record: 134-95-15. . f K' , Bobby Dodd took over in 1944, after a number of years as. Alexander-'s baclcfield Vcoach. In 18 years he set many rec- ords. Coming into this years season he had a won:lost column ot 128-50-6. Teams coached by Dodd have played in 11 post-season bowl games, winning 8. Dodd had one undefeated, untied season in 1952, Hnishing up the year with a 24-7 victory over Mississippi in the Sugar Bowl. Dodd is uniquegamong' coaches., both in game preparation' so bad .as to, brealceven. -only oricef. He had an undefeated and strategy. Other mentors do not see how he coaches the and nHf101'1H1 Cl1amP19n5l'l1P feaman 1917. 'r D way he does and wins. But win he doesi .His era is not overt l ' X X ' Q He should have many other successful season..s.- I 1 pp ' ,V - c', 4 Q p s g ' t tt K 1 1 t o so 5 9 if O 5 1 s 1 . ff . Q I X X - '- r 3-at J X 7 Y xl V V p . . M 5 1' xx ' - K X , , - ax xg., y A, .1 . BOWL- RECORDS 1 I A 'liechwas the first team to appear in the tive majoi' bowls, thas wbn more 'bowl games than any other school, and is the 'only college team ever to have won major bowl games in 6 ' fm , ' successive years. .A 5' 1 .. A 1 1 . Yea,-it 'Opponent -' Tech-Opq. 1 - . - , K Rose Bowl .1929 'California ,. . .' .... Y . 8- 7 h, Sugar Bowl 1 7 FOOTBALL6 HIGHEST SCORE X' The highest scoring gamefin college tootballrlwas played in Atlanta on October 7, 1916. Tech routed Cumberland, 222-0. Two days before the game, Alexander, asjsistant coacht' at the time, said to Coach Heisman, "It we don't beat Cum- berland by htty points, we ought to get beat."-.Halfback Strupper replied, "It we score one hundred, will tyou set 'em up for the gang, Alex?" Alex answered, H1'll set 'em up Irglisssissiplpii . D U . liolrnjlhjdvqarsity, scrub, fand5 frosh teams it you make two T954 Wesi Virginia ' 42-13 "Saturday came, and the Golden Tornado racked! ui: thirty- ,1955 Pitts Puig ' "" ' ' two touchdowns and thirty extra points in four quarters df " 1 5 Orange Bowl . twelve and a half minutes each. Tech neither puntedynor , ' Y I passed, and rolled, up 509 yardsx on end runs alone. Nine- 1940 Missouri ' -'-- t- - - 21' 7 teen yards on buclcs, 220 yards! on punt returns, and 220 1945 Tulsa - - - 1236 yards on lciclcotf returns rounded .out the yard:-1ge5foV968. 1 19513 531535 ----- - - Cumberland gained 30 yards on the! ground and failedto N194 HY 01' - - - f - ' malce a first down. N "1 . ' Cotton Bowl 4 These were the days of the Golden Tornado-1914, 1915, 1 1 1 71316, 1917. The average game score 'for those years' was 1943 Texas K. . .... I . 7-14 a out 45-2 in favor of Tech. , 9 Arkansas . .... . 14- 6 V H V Oil Bowl . 1947 St. M.ary's . . . . V . 41-19 I' ' ' - , K Gator Bowl 1956 Pittsburgh . .... . 21-147 '11960 'Arkansas . I . . . . 7-14 1961 Penn State .... , .... . . 15-30 Y ll E 7 Bluebonnet Bowl V Q ' 1962: Misspuril ' . . 4 . 1 . . 10-14 . . sr, 5 I I 1--V 1 ff! Y f .PQ - g 5 1 . ROGER KAISER 1957-1961 X 4 .. ij! FOOTB5LL"RATINGS Roger' Kaiser was the "first and only Tech basketball NATIONAL CHAMPtIONS:t 1,917 and 1928 fHelms Ath- player to ,rrtalce All-Americjan. 'He 'is also the only athlete f X T T, V xil' . 'letic Foundation, 1 1962, CINCQ, in the state-of Georgia to receive this honor. Ernest Vandi-5 1sEcO1gD.51952 41.15 .,fa1UPp.,,5 5' A , FQURIIZITIE 1956 QAPfand Um...-1 1 1- A Firri-1.51942 qAPp.1951qfAP.aanq1UPp. ver, governor at the time, declared ""Roger Kaiser Day" in tribute to' him., X - X j . 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' r. 4' uf: A a - - - . -. t --A - -- 1 T -WRIH 1 1:4 If mf -'fri , 5, U g-HA ing! an 1321 , , Q - O 4 , . . 5 ffm Mya, Q I Y.F,h!'9 -xr: I I-il .14 1 .Ulf ' it i. , u an V - A A - - 0 0 U 0 o o , A - v R' xv . . , . p , ' - " - jr c, In celebration of the seventy-fifth anniversary df the school, there has been an extensive prograrn throughout this year of prominent speakers, panel' discussions, and ' forums.. ' , i A ' X ' . f , Faniousmen frorn all fields -havelbeen brought to campus., ancifhaver gfiven interestirig and informative talks. K Part of the purpose of these activities is tof promote they tradition that is practiced on many other campuses of bring- , ing prominent men to speak often, thus giving the student " at chance to broaden his education outside the curriculurn, and to gain insight into problems of industry and politics. 1 , ' Panel of naganis leaciing scientists. 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A Q- 'J-yt' - -Nz, Y! , a - , J-A-.Ig ' vit -' A'-ng ,V .4-iff' ,sg 1' yh ing Aki' .,,Y5' hh x ,, .als-Q' ' ' 5 1 'Q'-' ' ,i Q ' ,A 'jeg . ,- " ,Jas Q .s,.5,- . 9 ' 'O' .,, ,V . A ,, ,' - V ,A -w"-- '?f4?.:l"'cmf4",'7Tvf..i.1,:f'f 1 '.f::2fC5"--lf:--'ixw f -ff - O... sf., Board UI egen The august group of men who guide the educational policy of the state of Georgia is known as the Board of Regents. Ap- pointed by the Governnor of the state and approved by the State Senate these gentle- men, during the tenure of their oflice, Work mightily to update and improve the educa- tional level of the state. The excellence of our own school, Georgia Tech, is a monu- ment to their industriousness and devotion. James Dunlap . . Allen Wooclall Roy B. Harris Dr. John A. Bell Jr. Carey Williams An'l'on F. Solms Jr. W. Roscoe Coleman John I. Spooner . . . Chairman Howard H. Callaway James C. Owen Jesse Draper Lin'I'on Baggs Jr. Ernesi' L. Wriglrrl' James D. Gould Morris M. Byron Jr. The President Edwin Davies Harrison, Was born in Eva- dale, Arkansas, on January 8, 1916. He received' the Bachelor of Science degree from the United States Naval Academy in 1939, the Master of Science from Virginia Polytechnic Institute in 1948, and the Doc- tor of Philosophy degree from Purdue University in 195 2. He holds honorary doc- torates from Jacksonville University, the University of Toledo, and from Purdue University. Tau Beta Pi and Omicron Del- ta Kappa are among the many professional fraternities and honoraries of which he is a member. In 1957 he became the respected President of Tech. 4 'l'h Aclmini iraiion Fred Wesley Ajax Direclor, Public Relalions A V, s.,, . , I .' li Ralph A. Hefner Dean, General- College and Professor, lvlallwernalics William Lawson Carmichael Regislrar and Direcfor ol Admissions Jesse W. Mason Dean, Engineering College and Professor Chemical Engineering George C. Griffin, Dean of Siudenis Jamie R. Anihony, Coniroller W-wx-Y .Hx am A N f,,,3M.S'iQ ,f15.w,5:4,, ,.,,5.,, , Q 'XM-:f:1f af fzy., 4.25 I-.., 0 ,,. - .e ' aww Mario J. Goglia, Dean of+l1e Graduaie School and Regs-nfs Professor, Mechanical Engineering Paul Weber, Dean of Faculiies A. H. Barnes, Diredor of Dining Halls A. P. Derosa, Direcror of Piacemeni W. Roane Beard, Execuiive Secreiary, Geor- gia Tech Nafional Alumni Associaiion. James E. Dull, Associaie Dean of Sruclenis. Lawrence V. Johnson, Direcror, Engineerim Exrension Division. I um sign... ' George J- Bl-ldlg Mrs. J. Henley Crosland Assislanl' Dean of Sludenls Diredforl Libraries William M. Easlman Joe W. C-Suflwericlge Associale Direclor of Admissions Assislanl lo llie President Direclor ol Developmenl W. Eugene Nichols, Assislanl Dean o1ESl'udenls James A. Sfriclclancl, Direclor, Counseling and Gulolance Claude A. PeHy, Jr., Diredror Physical Planl' Horace W. Regislrar Sfurgis, Associale Rocker T. S'ra+on Roberi' E. Sfiemlce Direclor, Engineering Experimenl' Professor. Civil Engineering Assislani Dean, Engineering College ancl I I V . . . Professor nclusfrial Engineering Roberi' B. Wallace, Jr. Publica+ions Direciorg Ecli+or, THE GEORGIA TECH ALUMNUS James Gorclon Wohlford Direclor, Co-operalive Division The act of an inquiring mind searching for knowledge is based on the premise that knowledge about nature and man is worth acquiring whether or not it promises to be useful in the immediate future. This act provides an essential stimulus for thinking and learning at a technical institute such as Georgia Tech, among both students and faculty members. The projects with which Georgia Tech is concerned, some of which are featured in this section, range in area of interest from the extremely practical to the totally theoretical, from the basic to the appliedg together they form part of the rapidly accelerating quest for knowledge about man and the universe in which he lives . . . W' ' N 0 3 .2 1 Q ' j ifgifi,-yjifis, E i l " ti'-7:-lEi,f"J':if' , l '- 'lii':kf"f.iz N Q" 'I ' 'IAC h' , l gil, 1.,5'3,,h'.i.'.-iismlm 1 '- l:.l.s:,'Ji-',-i 1' 1 ' r ifqy Lilffiif Y" 3,7 ffQ97'ff., ' V 'iifpgr-,flag 1, .F l ir-5-,mfzgij v"- ' -i A Project Firefly comeraman awaits a roclcet firing. Project Firefly is the name applied to the activity of a group of upper atmos- phere scientists who are responsible l primarily for determining the position, ll growth, and spectral characteristics of artiiicially produced .clouds released at high altitudes by two-stage rockets. This project, conducted in conjunction -W with the Air Force Cambridge Re- t search Center, recently supplied val- Q uable information for use in the cur- rently vital Saturn rocket project. An example of data photos from i project Firefly Graduate Research Assistant D. L. Albritton examines the portable photographic tracking unit used to record data on rocket shots for Project Firefly. 53 Microanalysis techniques involving a process called photometric titrations are being further developed by Dr. Herman Flaschka of the Chemistry Department and his assistant, P. O. Sawyer. The new methods of analysis will affect areas ranging from blood-testing to electronic semi-conductors. Dr. Flaschlca exhibits some of his microanalysis equipment. The new Frank H. Neely Nuclear Re- search Center with its research reactor and laboratories for physical and bi- ological research, the culmination of eight years of work, will provide facil- ities for the study of many phases of nuclear science. The reactor, fueled with highly enriched plates of alum- inum-uranium alloy, is designed to produce a power of five megawatts from a core that is only two feet in diameter and two feet high. Intricate safety precautions will be observed to provide for a maximum of safety for personnel working in the reactor. The complex conirol panel of 'ihe research reacior Micromeritics studies centered around fine-particle technology have been made of the effect of light on movement of small particles in the upper atmos- phere, thermal conductivity of fine-particle dispersions in suitable solvents, high-temper- ature chemistry of pulverized coal, and air-pollution effects. These projects are conducted by the Engineering Experiment Station and the department of Chemical Engineering. i l l Him. l The newly complefed Frank H. Neely Nuclear Research Center 1 Q 1 3 5 7 -l 3 Paris ofl'l'he heavy-wafer cooling sys'I'em of The research reacfor Some of 'I'he iniricafe devices used in micromerifics studies sw. yfhe preparation of bacteria for irradiation Dlasiic irradiation dish with vials containing experimental bacteria -lml:q:. 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For almost three years research engineers of the Mechanical En- gineering department have been studying the effects of sound on heat transfer and they have dis- covered that resonance causes local 'ghot spots." This problem is directly applicable to rocket and jet engine design, for these engines often fail , because of over-heating from this effect. 55 Designer ot the MPA-I, James M. McAvoy, makes critical adlustment to propeller. I Wa . Q Construction ot the lightweight MGA-I fuselage One of the many experiments conducted in the Civil Engineering hydraulics lab- oratory is the experimental study of paths of flow of hot and cold water in a river bed. The data obtained was used by the Georgia Power Company in designing a power plant on the Chattahoochee River. Robert W. Ritchie prepares to pilot the MPA-I on her tirst test tlight. The MPA-1 Cmuscle-powered aircraftj , de- signed and built by James M. McAvoy as a master's thesis project. It weighs less than a man, and is expected to have a maxi- mum speed of about twenty miles per hour and a maximum altitude of about ten feet. The particular problems for research in the project concerned low speeds ofthe aircraft. Two professors work on riverbed model in C. E. hydraulics laboratory. The control panel of time-of-flight mass spectromerer The Chemical Engineering De- Dr. Henry McGee works with proiec-l involving +he parfmenf, using 3' unique and t preparation of ultra high energy propellenr. highly SOphlS'tlC9.'ECd device 61311- . ploying a time-of-flight mass spec- trometer and cryogenic sampling T system, is conducting experiments in cryochemistry to determine the l origin of comets and the behavior of rocket fuels in space. These experiments are being conducted up for the astro-physics branch of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. 57 Paula Stevenson prepares 'ro 'res-I' solution for residual-inseclicicle research. Concern over what ultimately happens to insect poisons once they reach soil and streams has resulted in a long-range study of insecticides at Georgia Tech. Dr. Robert S. Ingols, director of the School of Applied Biology who initiated the project, and Paula Stevenson, research assistant, seek to determine the level of tolerance possessed by the poison- consuming bacteria which are responsible for changing pesti- cides into harmless compounds. The aspiring architect creates detailed models as pal-I' of his training. 1 ,- ., .h.sa.tv-Nw..-Q-..s.,m-sf-sv.. f- - C3 .,.i3.qI . - 'F ' K ' 'Z r"iE5EN::. ..q..x., .. s. ..s .s . . . , . . -. Nr.: , " f 1:9 'gear . A. F. Beckum H. Bredendieck H. G. Edwards C. M. Galley Al'CIIi'I'eCl' fe , , r g. J. Gould J. H. Grady R, R. Greene 4 .. ,- I .MQ .F 1 . ex X X fr N . , -, 1 rs in J. H, Gqiley Dr. Paul M. Heffernan, Director . ' 'Y f L- if-M A S... j V- i' L M ,fa , ' ' : 'i tgp 4 ' X-mg H. K. Menhinick M. G, Little D. A. Polychrone R. F. Rabun G. W. Ramey I. E. Saportu W. J. Seuy V. M. Shipley - 5 The primary objectives of the school of Architecture are to train students in the technical aspect of design without neglecting the architect's traditional role of ' bringing order and beauty to man's possessive environ- R. Wilson ment in a world characterized by an unprecedented volume of construction. This volume of construction is anticipated to continue throughout the coming decade necessitating an increased and lasting need for graduates of Georgia Tech's School of Architec- ture. Persuing this end the school now lists four options for students in its program: Architectural De- sign, Structural Design, Industrial Design, and the area connected with work in the light construction industry. The first two of these courses are live year programs leading to a Bachelor of Architecture degree, and the latter two consist of a four year program cul- minating in a Bachelor of Science Degree. The Archi- tecture department also has a list of course oiferings applicable to the general college in an attempt to allow the engineering student to gain some knowledge and appreciation of modern art and architecture. The graduate curriculum in architecture prepares qualified students for the Master of Architecture Degree, in- cluding a specialized department within the school of Architecture which offers an individual course to- wards a Master of City Planning. D. W. Dutton, Director A ro pa 'With the realigation of man's dream of space travel, the role of the Aerospace and the Aeronautical Engineer has risen to a position -of universal prominence. The school of Aero- Engineering at Georgia Tech is ably d to oiier students the training requi- to meet the increasing complexities of Held both through its theoretical curricu- and the physical plant of three buildings. buildings enable the department to extensive laboratory experience to aug- the classroom teaching. This school was established through a gifts from the Guggenheim Fund for the promoting aeronautics, and it has since offered some the best education available in this field. The Aerospace department at Tech is today throughout the nation as one of most progressive departments of its kind. The school has, in addition to the Well-known program, considerable facili- ties for advanced Work leading to a Master's The advanced Work prepares the stu- for research, high-level design, capable application, or the teaching of the phases of the aerospace curriculum. ,.-'-' ' s Hx vb Q 0 +1 x .Q . , , .. , ie K 1 fa !" . . A. L. Ducoffe os' We Wu R. B. Gray J. J. Harper J. E. Hubbclrtf G. J. Simifses F. M. White,Jr. i Common scene for students in A.E. lab. 59 R.S lngols, Director .w wSNeNN mf. .grin-., .. 62 H , A W 32? aaa if Z , 3 H 5 R. H. Fefner -M N xnxx Q 5, + 1 , gl? 75 95,1 1 nr t X W... .,4. ,V , V HV., Appl: a nielugy The most recent addition to the various schools comprising the General College of Georgia Tech, the School of Applied Biology, was established in 1960 to breach the gap between the physical sciences of the engineer and the naturalsciences. The curriculum at Tech is basically designed to prepare graduates for work in bio-engineering or give undergraduates a basic for further study in medicine or the various functional biological sciences. In addition to the prac- tical instruction of full-time members of the academic staff of the School, several professors from the research department serve to provide the students with a theoretical approach to recent de- velopments in the field of Applied Biology. Since the dedication of the Frank Neely Research Reactor on the Georgia Tech campus in the early part of 1963, it is anticipated that the scope of the biology department at Georgia Tech will be greatly increased. Also the acceptance of basic biological courses as replacements for the freshman chemistry requirement has served to enhance the in- terest in the field of biology at an otherwise technical institution. T?'4 Hama " - ya: ,fa .ff 'P' f, Nl' f' 1 Q , iff if 2 mana H, -42? I r ,iiiizfq " 1.- 1 . av E. L. Fincher P. E. Gaffney . .,,. ,.,, . 7 J' K T. W. Keihley E. D. Porter Research assisiani' Paula Stevenson in a biology laborafory P ychology The School of Psychology services an important dual A function on the Tech campus Primarily it offers courses applied aspects of the science of behavior. Also it offers a program of studies leading to the degree, Bachelor of Q! 'Qi- Ai??wv gg-ggi . . f . . 7. . ff which permit students to gain training in the basic and 7 R' "'M"" Science in Applied Psychology. The general objective I "'iii, of all courses is to provide the student with an understand- ing of human behavior and its effects in personal, family, and industrial problems. The school pointedly empha- f:'f sizes the experimental approach, and the application of ' .-r...- Ii: scientifically derived facts to the study and solution of 1. J.E.M e 001' M. C. Payne human problems. The curriculum in Psychology is de- signed to prepare students for work in industrial posi- tions, particularly in personnel and training departments S - ' ' ' P 7 and for Work with psychologists and engineers in re- search dealing With human factors in equipment design. The department also provides excellent preparation for graduate study in fields of psychology. Dr. Edward H. Loveland, Directo Nl' '55 Rv X V6 ' if EQ! Carpenie R Dyer H Eberhard? N sais Edwards H A Flaschka SRX E Grovenstem Hme Q' H6- R Hunt Muller W M Spacer Director xx X K W Ch ml iry H M Neumann Royer The School of Chemlstry plays a dual role on tne Georgia Tech campus, It 1S a service department as well as a degree granting de- partment It teaches the elementary courses rn Chem1stry that are so important to the modern engineer, and at the same t1me it offers programs leadmg to the B S M S , and Ph D Degrees in Chem- 1stry In regard to 1ts service function it is mterestmg to note that a recent exhaustive study found that the student s performance in freshman chemistry 1S the best slngle 1nd1cator of his overall per- formance at Tech In the past few years the Chemistry depart- ment has incorporated a series of new courses designed to aid the advanced techn1cal education of eXcept1onally adept Tech men. These have included such courses as Chemistry 110, a course specially designed to allow the gifted freshman speedy advance- ment through his basic courses Also, advanced courses in quali- tative and quantitative analysis have been incorporated in the curriculum Chem1stry 1S perhaps the broadest of the sciences, ex- tending as it does from Brology and MCd1C1HS on the one hand to theoretical phys1cs on the other It offers almost unhmited possi- b1l1t1GS for research Thus lt IS not surprising that at Georgia Tech more Ph D s have been earned 1n Chemistry than 1n any other field. X W sswfkwssx 1 1 ss N '79 X x X f , l, W . tes ff 9, X t. 1 Qui, ,X f Q W S33 X, I 5 65 555 I Q ff w .- .f.sm.x ., - .. fa .vs-1.:.ew 1.6, 'f.,-rm. X A sis- ' " . 'tt' A ,M rf if ,- 2 gif., A chemlsfry graduafe In a classic pose 45 3. Q - . .1 4.1 gg? R F Sessions P. B. Sherry J. A. Stunfield P. E. Sturrock A. C. Topp Z 4 5 -. . e?iE5f'Q, D. K. J. . W. . , 1 ..,. ..,:. :., I . .Q . Ml . ',, i ,,,... ,.- , - Y'-. FWZ.. 'l1E:f2?52- ' ' f1:3:.:..:"5 '-1 4' fi .Ewa .. -ir. .W .1 s A K A K '.-951 -Q 1 r - lt H me H.. - wr... , VST-' ' 8 hit 1 I -.1 , x- ,ggi.g... T ,ws -, . wg, I , X Q- I 1si.fiS'5 1 . ' . an .ah -f,-5 f A . . W lrifzss-55:2 ' . ' Q? X'Y"'. 'Lf T I J K Mmsz-1 . .,L,, si , ' S55-5 H. . G. A. ,.-'15 254.1 ' , T- .'::..s..f :YSP--: .g.-.3511 - 'ima-. . .L-rms,- - - .w x ai.-ag: - Q .Rs X .. fwis xi :niveau ' Aww-.X in ,uqul -,.,..,,. . ., , P-. ' if w . 1 . 3. . ., . . . . ' a . , . . . . ' ' ' Q U 0 1 , . . . . . . .l J. D. Fleming R. F. Hockmcn Chemical Engineering involves the development and the operation of industrially useful chemical processes or the conversion of some discovery of chemistry into a practical industrial operation. In today's accelerated industrial and manufacturing age, the chemical engi- neer is constantly being called upon to apply his knowl- edge in an extremely Wide range of industries. By strictly limiting the number of students in the junior and senior classes, the school has been able to main- tain the highest of standards and to provide graduates who are recognized for their training in this field. In addition to the Bachelor's Degree offered for comple- tion of the four-year undergraduate program, the School of Chemical Engineering also offers instruction culminating in a Master's Degree. gr, ..V- f 22' W. C. Hansard H. W. Struley C. F. Wysong The School of Ceramic Engineering at Georgia Tech is dedicated to the training of personnel who can solve the problems connected with the production of stable materials and products for present and fu- ture needs. Most of these materials and products made from them are made stable by treatment at high temperatures and often are tailored to meet very specific requirements. Not only are clay bricks, terra cotta, porcelain, and glass considered as ce- ramics, but also nose cones, dielectric components, memory cells for computers, synthetic diamonds, uranium fuel elements, and other such items. Through the training he receives at Georgia Tech, the ceramic engineering graduate is able to serve industry as Well as himself in a wide variety of Ways. 4 1 Z Q H. V. Grubb, Director A : xt-4. f l H. C. Lewis W. M. Newton H. C. Ward W. T. Zeigler Engineering Lane Mitchell, Director 'li ,QA 'AN I? '37 , .. .2 Y 1 .. , N -z:.2a"iZ-.ife .. . - 22- , 5 v 'f -' 'lr .:.1:a'-.. EY- .lt .' 1 M -. . air vwaik f , -, 5- :Ge .V e N: , t .l .. V begs k .1 . . I . K . .,'-v ,L ,f V ii ' . ' in ' -""' lf . fi " ' "iw 1, Wh " . .- 4 iiff. 5 . -'57 H - A N P . M. R. Cursiens A. B. Casemcln D. O. Covuulf J. O. Eichler J. R. Fincher C, E, Kindgyqfer King D Civil Engineering is the oldest of our present non-military branches of the engineering profession. Yet the field is one of rapidly changing theories and methods to better meet its traditional responsibility of service to man by conceiving, planning, designing, and constructing the facilities that make possible man's civilized existence. The faculty of the School of Civil Engineering strives to provide an educational environment that will equip their students for a useful professional career in one of the branches of civil engineering such as city and regional planning, construction, hydraulics, materials fabrication radiological health, sanitary engineering, soil mechanics and founda- tions, structures, surveying, and photogrammetry, transportation, and water resources. Graduate study is also offered in many areas. 7 Civil Engineering P. G. Mayer B. B. Mazanfi ,swf C. R. O'MeIia R. J. Puquehe G. M. Slaughter G. F. Sowers Q E. F. W. Schultz, Director .Q-1 X X N2 if 1 XX 1 ' fi . F. G. Pohlund P. H. Sanders f .G , W. Tooles A. B. Vesic Sfuclenrs adiusi' a 'I'ransi'I' during surveying laborafory. 63 . May A classic picfure of ihe E.E. s'iuden+'s daily grind. - r . . -1. . if - Pas. . 'A . 'W . ww. . .X . X X W X WS 4 'G X X . t.--Ma. X. X SB ,, gig- . V-an-Q r NJ 7 X SAX J 4 gk? xr v SY M N.- . l N. H. Barnefle D. C. Fielder D. I.. Finn EEST 3555 E.rg Ar E V '.., W t if W. B. Jones J. T. Long E. W. McDc1nie H. L. McKinley ii , . al 5 ig., , . J. M. Wallace E. R. Weston T. M. White, Jr. In answer to the demands of present day technology, the school of Electrical Engineering offers programs leading to the Bachelor's degree, the Master's degree, and the Doctorate. The possession of any or all of these degrees prepare the electrical engineering grad- uate to enter almost any phase of his profession. Accordingly, all students are required to master the fundamentals of mathematics, physics and electrical theory which enable them to quickly learn the techniques essential to any specified job in the field. Last year the school was brought to the threshhold of a new era of accom- plishment due to the opening of its new three million-dollar physi- cal plant located on the Tech campus. In occupying this new facility the school of Electrical Engineering was for the first time freed from space limitations of long standing and is now in a position to augment its theoretical training with extensive work in the laboratory. Now, under the leadership of its director, Dr. B. J. Dasher, the School of Electrical Engineering is utilizing the most recent developments in the iields to become one of the most re- spected schools among its contemporaries throughout the country. Dr. Benjamin J. Dasher, Direcfor. Ani -33 31 egg- xv 'gt Q :sv ' ' ,,,. ' X '. . 3 IA' . -Q , ' L. Hammoncl,Jr. G. B. Hc:wthorne,Jr. J. W. Hooper F, K, Hurd ffl:-:5'2? ag. f.Qw F. O. Nottingham E. E. Perkins T. D. Slnockley K. I.. Su An aspiring Elec'l'rical Engineer ai' work in ihe Lab. i E M. E. Raville, Director , , -va. J. W. Adams J. H. Armstrong F. C. Bragg B. L. Brown The course of study in Engineering Me- chanics provides the student with an ex- ceptionally strong foundation in the scien- tific disciplines so necessary in engineering practice. The specialized course Work offered by the School of Engineering me- chanics covers such areas as vibrations, dynamics, and stress analysis. The overall program is designed to train and equip the student to cope with the many novel prob- lems that arise in this area of specialization in the modern world of technology. Engi- neering Mechanics has long been recog- nized as a fundamental of engineering, and all engineering curricula include some courses in mechanics. Recent advances in science and technology tend to create prob- lems which demand the trained hands of ian analyst who realizes the fundamental principles of mechanics. An excellent back- ground is also provided for further study H at the higher degree level. li J 12 A professor fesfs sfresses in fhe Mech Lab. efllallifs . -H QM W his X Xxxixx Qxx . ':w'w :- f-a'r2f-'w:s:1-Pvmvtciri' we iii-'T F ZX .,. v- -:. 3.5, --'- ' E Q VZ Q X xr X X33 x. isa .5 2, 1.2. 3 -.-..:-:-1. v.-fb .. SQ. 'Q- -? 7:1 ,, 512. . ,si ,1-1J- 54-Q-ae, N J. c. Clark J. c. Durden,Jr. I. L. Ellis E. M. Heim G- D- Hildi-19 ,-mv.:-: N J- . x-:-:-:-1,1-.-M: - -1: ,tg-1--vw-fits. , --,W.,1:.Q5 ww g? .af gee..-1-.1-.: .- .-.. - N, , ,+- fx.. .-.,...,.: , N .. f - .1 -.....g-.. -- N.. ,,.,.. ,,.,. ik wa x. M. W.. ' -. Q --f., 'g--5-is 14...-:.----.,. Q.: . .V F, M, Hill J. D. Hutcheson R. K. Jacobs Y. C. Linthecum W. J. Lnenicka Q , f. -"" " V - A J.Mc1ncIelker J. G. Neviit D. H. Smith H- J- Smifh R. H- Smifh -..- - ' 12. ' '. 1,....., .,., I gs.t3.4., - 4 , ,.,. mf.-4 .fo .Q . . . , . ,gs ...M K ,-., s 6. -If , y - , .. -- Q- 1 . fi f J, H, Sfqrnes C. E. Sfoneking J. Villanueva J. T, Wang E- M- Wh9bY 65 i I 1 r in '-fr.-1:-5 li , Y P. T. Eaton E. C. Franklin W. W. Hines F. F. Groseclose, Direcfor 3 Inclu lrial Engineering Industrial Engineering at this institution is considered to be a body of knowledge, philosophy and technology based on the fundamen- tals of science, mathematics and humanities. This will provide the student with what the School of Industrial Engineering believes Will be the best combination of course Work and environment under as many different professors as possible to make a well-rounded engineer capable of developing into any area Where engineering is applicable. In other words, it is the schoolas desire in its present four-year curriculum to produce the maximum possible effective- ness in a student and to provide him with a broad engineering background to develop a good perspective of problems inherent to both engineering and management. As industry has become more and more complex the role of the industrial engineer has played a more important part in the smooth functioning of Ameri- ca's industrial progress. More and more companies are coming to Georgia Tech to seek out the services of the line graduates of the department of Industrial Engineering. In order to satisfy this need most I.E. curricula has tended to broaden its scope while simul- taneously condensing its course content in such a way as to make it of maximum value to both the graduate and industry. L. A. Johnson R. T. Krol . Q l J. J. Moder H. E. Smalley - 2 3 1 Q' rf' , . . 7' s 1. -1 'lf'-,iq qkafggyg 'asa W, .,.. E R. T. Stuion R. N. Trowbridgei The Industrial Management School at Georgia Tech is one of the largest schools of its kind in the World. Its main objectives and purposes are to prepare students for careers in management of manufacturing and industrial enterprises. The school has a single degree program leading to a Bachelor of Science and another pro- gram leading to a Master of Science in Industrial Management. A student does not take specialized majors or options as is typical in business schools. Rather he takes an inter-related core curricu- lum of management courses. The four key areas of the school's curriculum are organization and administration, economic man- agement, market environment, and non-market environment. In- dustrial Management students get a solid background in mathe- matics, laboratory sciences, and at least nine hours of technical electives. Graduates of the school of Industrial Management hold positions in practically every Walk of life. Primarily, however, they locate in sales and sales management, general management and administration, production management, accounting and finance, and industrial relations. lnclu iriul Manage ni L tt I i . at X, " A. F. Abril c. Biven 3 1. ...'- 1 E. R. Bollinger R. W. Carney . X R-'Q N W- A- Flinn W. S. Buckingham, Director E, 'v.,.,, i ,.,,,,,.... . Z. ,.,.... Q 1 .ff SQEN .,-:gg A. 5:5 V, ni e, 2 .. , ,. 5 5 - 'X' '1'I2'3:-'FI if -I .':QXf:.+. ... ,...,,.., A.. V- V, ,.---- .1,.,.,.,., -11. ' " '5 " "ff ' V: ' S 3 I TQKN, A x N,.,.,.r ., . , , . 4.2.-:xr :. 4 31555., ' ' H M 'S 'Q W K Qs X QS. gs. mf. R. G. Gamoneda G. W. Gilman M. V. Law G. E. Maddox A. R. Marshall R. F. O'Connor W. J. Proctor F. A. Tarpley N xx " fe "' 'fb X 4 , . ,,t.1i. ' pigs Y ' 'fr - 1 t .,.i5,.:f:14 ...A .3 A X A.. H. Bailey J. C. Brooks J. C. Currie .I , l , - . V Q -b ...v .a -Y glii le fi N ' ' 1 ' ""' V , V . "vw " -'1'-'rv x xx X . , mask. gg.-:S is wws, RVN ...M ,..,.,i.x,5. Q N' N XO? x gs. x is X BN xv we 4. e Q . N sw Xe. J X X x xr g . N X X W xxx MS ' Xt N Ns. ws.. .. xsi. msg, Xvfrz.. if rsillfa Hari? ' 3 D. M. Friedlen 5. B. Fu-H'on C. H. Holton E. R. lmmel Dr. B. M. Drucker, Director I The function of the school of Mathematics is that of providing thor-l ough and careful training in the concepts and techniques of mathe-' matics. Due to the extremely rapid growth of knowledge in scientific' and technical areas during the past few years, the mathematics pro-J gram includes a variety of courses and topics. For the student who is' interested primarily in mathematics as a tool, there are offerings in' traditional areas of applied mathematics. Of recent vintage are coursesl in the use of modern computational devices with numerical overtones,l linear programming, probability, statistics, elasticity, and hydrody-f namics. The honors program, while it is not new, deserves mention' because of its continuing challenge and PIOHT to the students who arej involved. The School of Mathematics fulfills its function of providing? careful training in the fundamental mathematics, necessary for anl engineering curriculum. J ' " F' s , V :- get if N X 5, y T . X. 5 'ss Q :'iH5firE::vi. Rf?-.' . 5 :-, ' , . si J. W. Jayne R. D. Johnson if .- 1 . 5. X9 Q.. , .2-5:5 1 I W: X J. D. Neff J. M. Osborne X 5 ,':5EQ:5Ef-'EQEQ RX I' - .. .. . . , x ,. '--' - r A .'.21"' , . -' ir',,-.':j:31j:1:r51z vI A. L. S4-arreH' C. R. Swenson 3. 1 X gigs ps . .N- wi r W. Kammerer R. H. Kasriel 1 ' - ' 3' ..-X, t ..... Le ' ' J. PiH's D. A. Robinson ,. .-.. , .,,- r.s ,- - ., Aff J. R. Vail J. W. Walker Q X mx! J. P. Line if ,. -Y f. I ' h ,.,. shall. W. R. Smy'l'he S xx xx A f X . ' NX x X . xg . . , . N Q N .rss my J. W. Wray .5 E., N . . 'fr X as B X RE S A W' N xx X l 5 W. A. Marlin I . .. :: 1- - L . X X .X S X x -,LQ l F. W. Stallarc E l v v I 9 w El 4 XX .-.A . 4 X -1-5'-N? A s. S me Nfl.-ref N X X . x 5' . LXR x E G.. A. York 5 l ,v,' 3 F 51 K. G. Picha, Director Exciting technological advances made in recent years, par- ticularly in space systems fields, have created a demand for engineers with broad knowledge capable of system integra- tion. The mechanical engineer, possessing a wide range of understanding in many Helds, functions as a systems inte- grator guiding and monitoring the contributions of engi- neering and the various sciences to properly integrate the individual components into the overall scheme. The study of mechanical engineering involves an understanding of physical concepts as well as the structure and behavior of materials. Application of the engineering sciences to the creative design of engineering systems and sound decision making are essential aspects of this branch of engineering. Substantialgrowth in faculty and research laboratory facili- ties support strong graduate programs in mechanical engi- neering as Well as the program leading to Bachelor of M.E. R. L. Allen S. C. Barnett X 1 1 'f .,-2 iff.. .X .. may . X xx x ix wif I RSI-Y X v .fa X . 1 353.3 H. O. Foster N 3 .ess W' X x . ' "" C. W. Gorton W. A. Hinton -Ziff" . . . - . 'viii' V in r . V . l J Q . V ' i f r ' A. D. Holland A. W. Morris J. H. Murphy K. R. Purdy R. P. Ramirez J. E. Sunderland A. A. Trotter J. P. Viclosic ln preparing his Master's thesis, a graduate performs his research. . ., ., ., ...,,,.,.,... . . g my . RW' . . Q X YQ N N G ix gals ' H. W. Adams T. F. Almon Andrew J. Walker, Direcfor Modern Languages The Department of Modern Languages provides its students with an opportunity to acquire an oificially approved language as a tool of research and a medi- um of cultural enrichment. The methods of instruc- tion employed aim at the development of all skills necessary for practical use of the language. All these skills are developed equally in all of the classes. The impact of language in the modern world of today affects the sources which the engineer must use in order to obtain technical information. The Language Department meets this need by making available to the engineer the language he needs to understand these new sources. Of prime importance to any col- legiate student is a knowledge of a language which he does not use in everyday speech. J. S.. Austin Y X sg X use N ix . wk , fs sa 'ssgxt .i..1': Myne. ..sx,1'.-iz. gk QW l " R. Bergamo '- . 44 XXX sais .Qs , 1 V K R Q N ss gg 961' X -ig, has ...sg , M. Chaikin V J T341 ik.. D. B. Comer .gi na - .' ,ia- 1. . .- ' ' ,,V, W. B. Mullen 4 1,. ,ws - - - X :g55gg5:5g". ' 4- .. ' Q ' A sw - 'H -sw- .- .Q X Q X X 1? , .Q s . X K . Q-.-...ts Q w A X ' X X., 0 X . A 0 j yt 45. M K. M. Murphy J. D. Wright, Director uivgi' J f V. fi' '-'-i'125 -. " . f' -. 1 .. 'F-'T' ' "fl :'?.'S:f? B -. ffrtl VJ 1 f'-51 .:f- 55.5.:A' P - - -s., -A ,z I 'F ..Af,31:f5 t Q " J. R. Canavan J. Gough, Jr. W. A. Templer G. F. Walker R. O. Wyah L, J, Zqhn The Department of English strives to make meaningful contribu- tions to the education of the Tech student in two areas. First, it seeks to teach the art of speaking and writing well. In its freshman and advanced courses it demands analytical thinking, logical or- ganization of ideas, and the expression of these ideas in clear, pre- cise language. Second, the Department seeks to help the student know and realize the present world around him and the world of the past. It hopes that through the study of these literary works the Tech student will grow in an awareness of the human values that enrich life and the mind. The English Department . . . gives . . . scope and view of man to professionally-minded students courses that broaden his scope. Y .3 :,-yi...--:-A .-,... : :.:s:,g.::.,:..., .,,,E,3.,., H... U. .. ' ff? . fi' .4555-.Y -i i s , ' 1 . . . . . . '-Q rw' .g. 5... ' ,-'::E:lJ-.7 .. r "N, - F ' K V E. Foster n I. F. Foote A. F. Hamrick S. E. Jackson S. C. Ketchin W. R. Metcalfe , .. . . .. . . -1-.fi .3 -.ass ir - M sg. Q.-M.. . is V- ' .Q "Y X- "P . .SN U' DH - SR X 1f':Ii?i' : pf... V g .I N x i. . i s Vx ,QQQQI Y ' 4 -' ' rf 2 - G. W. Rainey L. J. Rubin R. R. Spillman J. D. Young H. Naugle Dr. Joseph H. Howey, Director R. M. Ahrens . 1 .-1 -arf: gi.. I " . . R Brewer V. D. Crawford H. D. Edwards W- P- Ewulf J- Ford 1. QE Ev 'J-- 't I t gs m - 'W' Z . his I 5'..--slkf. -if ,if-. 139.1 ' vc MX ' W 'F k W , x M 'iiiff 43.5 NX X1 535 :-1 .I if K. . . Q . X.:?5's Q' -1 we .1 . l wt S 'Rav W. Martin E. T. Prosser W. C, Simpson The School of Physics serves three functions: it pro- vides instruction in the basic principles of physics for students from every discipline on the campus, it offers 18 major program leading to the bachelors degree, and lit provides an opportunity for ' graduate students to ypursue the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in physics. Indi- 'vidual physics courses as Well as the physics curriculum are kept up to date by frequent revisions so that stu- dents may be aware of recent developments in physics .and of the more traditional material. In the instruc- tional laboratories students perform several of the clas- sic experiments in physics, and several dealing with recently discovered phenomena. The character of the graduate program is largely determined by the research interests of the faculty. These include nuclear physics, solid state physics, atomic collisions, microwave spec- troscopy, and the fields of statistical and quantum me- chanics. The importance of a broad education at the undergraduate level is recognized, and provided for in the large number of elective hours given to the student Who Wishes to make his career in physics. R W A T ij " .ivlllli M-' jf-if 137:-is.g,,. Q-'Y' f" 'l' X ' 's x M .r fm ,is N . - ' ' Q'-g ya. Qs I . k 4 J. R. Stevenson T. L. Weatherly C. I :-. kr ., ,N rvp, A -.rr , -:g.,,::1 .:121.2ti'1 C. H. Braden U- -A. I 1. N W' ' 'T - al u ,sk 'T 5 5 551 H. A. Gersh tffliif' .L -1. fi. O. B. Wike J JH , --7-fix? ' ..: .:'..f5:"' I ,,,,.. J. Q. Williams N wee-1 -A fs "le, L. D. Wyly, Jr. Physics "" ' - , ?'15'2fZ1':9 Mi-.Q A , 'X s :. .,.- mg.,-. , -1.-.Qs to .. . x. .x X .gm ,, . .4 .. bi -V :,-1 1- 1,-'-.-.Ir "" b. -h 1 , ' N. C. Dean B. A. Gilbreaih J. C. Hyder .V-' r "..-" .,. is g --V, six J. H. McAuley R. Nelson T. Plaxico Physical ruining t .,,. , .. . . QA- if rx F. Lanoue JN- " -Z S5 A sr xx - N xx? f N L. Welser A. M. Coleman, Director The primary objective of the physical training department is to insure that students remain physically active while attending Georgia T ech-that is, to teach certain funda- mentals and skills and to maintain the degree of fitness which these skills impart. Naturally, then, the department aims at instilling a motivation for the student to utilize those physical activities which will be of great help in stay- ing healthy after their work at the institution has been completed. The Department of Social Sciences serves the institute as an integral part of the program of general education. Without pre-professional training, the engineering candidate needs a liberal arts curriculum which complements, his four years of professional preparation. From study in the fields of history, govern- ment, sociology, and philosophy, the student acquires the fundamental knowledge which is the basis for universal understanding be- tween all educated peoples. The courses are presented in the realization that a graduate of the institute is not only an engineer but also the framer of the political, economic, and social policies of the state and nation. George Hendrix, Director e x E' A- 559011 C. B. Pyles R. S. Scharf G. N. Sisk E. W. Willard exlil ngineerin 9 Since the many new Hbers and processes developed within the past decade have contributed in large measure to a period of unprecedented growth of the textile industry, opportunities for trained people in this Held are now un- usually great. The A. French School of Textile Engineering on the Tech campus is aiding this expansion in two impor- tant ways: First, the School supplies well-trained engineers vital to the continued prosperity of the industry, secondly, the program of research and development at Tech has aided implementing of new processes to an extensive degree. The School, housed in the modern Hightower Building, offers Bachelor's Degrees of three different specializations: Textile Engineering, Textile Chemistry, and Textiles. In each of these fields, the school emphasizes both the theo- retical and practical aspects of study. ... . W fx? X Q xi f xv x iff .' . .s " , -5 - W . 1 .-age 1 -3 A Q, if - "" 1 'C ,Q 9. 9.415 , I., , W 2 'f '15 ' . ' ' .s 'lg 3. rx gs- ' X 1- T ik W . N ii r - E i5f':'fI' -L 2: can J. l. Alford H. A. Dickeri' R. K. Flege G. B. Fletcher R. L. Hill Tesiing ihe permanence of various dyes is an imporiani' process in ihe iexrile field L-.-.1 Srudenis in 'I'he +ex'rile lab use 'lhis appararus io deiermine 'ihe iensile s+reng'H'1 of ihreads. - - ogg- 1 Q 4 C. A. Jones J. W. McCariy .N , i-I 'f ri ' ' ' K - 2f:fff-zfimif X' J mars. ' M. L. Rogers Q ' . +f -J . . , . M. N X .wir 2. 5 w sw fi? sg 4 'G A R .sr tix ie fy- ,.,r Q, 'gn K- .Y .X, H. Respess, Ill M. G. Smith R. A. Soper ..,, . isa 1. ,gif 5? -V . .':fE'-'Skim' Q , .A .Ll -"fjj5'14 ' 5 5- . 2: 1. .' Q:.,f. ' Q W ' ". .Y , -L qi M, W, Bari-IQH J. L. Buclreau J. P. Burke R. M. Cansler L. C. Casey B. R. Church Membership in the National Society of Scabbard and Blade is the ultimate award for student leader- ship in military programs that can be given an advanced military cadet at Georgia Tech. The objectives of Scabbard and Blade include the raising of military standards at universities across the United States, as well as fostering qualities essential to efficient and capable officers. Since its members are representative of the ROTC of all three major services, this honorary also pro- motes a mutual understanding and a closer re- lationship among the leading students of the three military departments. Scabbard and Blade exerts an active influence in its area by holding bi-weekly meetings at which the members discuss problems pertinent to the military. Its best-known project, though, is the annual Scabbard and Blade Military Ball. I S . 9 T, D, S+,-ickland W. J. Todd R. E. Tolberf R. E. Corbiil W. W. .Cosby R. L. Hamilton J. E. Kayes smbbaia W. J. Vereen W. O. Wheeler IJ. Chappell D. A. Falvey L. J. Fisher If L .A x Y . 'i-:Mc Sfgvfi Sf. ' I X' - Li. gp, ' J. E- Harlby J. D. Holmes W. R. Kierbow H. M. King M. J. Maguire J. C. Maiure T- A. Willis George Zumenis llfikm . .1 1 . ' - .:3i... 1. 1 G. W. Grier F. W. Johnson J. H. Lainclgre be T. T. Mar+in 75 M. F. Hale AA J. R. Jolly J. A. Leasure R. C. Lemeri' Q.. . " wa-fs eel - . . . 'W -:fs-rw?-' , 1, . .Qvs.-azzzfsw? rw' . G. P. Milam D. Y. PiHs R- W- Richie C. F. Roberson Army RCTC Col. B. M. Leigh, PMS The foundation of the Military structure of this nation is based largely on the reserve oihcer and his contribution toward the preser- vation of peace. Georgia Tech graduates commissioned through the Army Reserve Oilicer Training Corps make a major contribution to the security of our nation and the free world While serving their country at home and abroad. The outstanding achievements of the Georgia Tech Cadets at the 1962 Summer Camps is indicative of the physical, mental, and lead- ership abilities of the "Tech Man." The Engineer cadets attending camp ranked lst among 11 schools, and won the Chief of Engineers Award, Whilethe Ordnance Corps placed lst among 4 schools and won the Chief of Ordnance Award. Moreover, Bruce G. Nowlin, a Tech student, was selected as the outstanding cadet at the Chemical Corps camp. The cadets in the Signal Corps, the Infantry, the Chemical Corps, and the Artillery also placed very well in their respective summer camps. As evidenced by the largest Army ROTC enrollment in Tech history, 'lTech Menu are availing themselves of a good opportunity to receive commissions as junior oliicers in the United States Army. These men can justly be proud to be a part of the team. L+. Col. C. Carnes Maj. E. Gt. David Capt A. S. DEH-s ' -"' 1 .' V . f'5m4'.':.i5f" . n 'yy . Maj. W. F. Ames ,.. tpjy A , Maj. R. T. Benne-H' Capf. J. E. Brown Maj. J. R. Ridgclill L+. Col. W. Spruill Maj. G. Troufman L+. Col. M. Wallace The Pershing Riiles is a national honorary military fraternity founded by General John A. Pershing in 1894. The chapters are located throughout the na- tion in the ROTC units of various colleges and uni- versities. Since 1945 the Georgia Tech unit has represented the Army ROTC as a crack drill team in drill competition, parades, and exhibitions. The Pershing Rifle Color Guard often represents the Army ROTC in the parades and ceremonies held in the Atlanta area. During the Winter quarter the com- pany participates in the military ball and in the Fourth Regimental Drill Meet. Membership in the Pershing Rifles offers extra-curricular military in- struction through lectures, films, and drill, to stu- dents interested in military subjects beyond their ROTC requirements. Membership is open to all Georgia Tech Basic ROTC Cadets upon completion of a pledge training program. Participation in the P.R.'s brings to the student pride in the ROTC. The Pershing Ritles drill team exhibits its slcill and precision in drill maneuvers i :Sif!!":'4:"7' ' ,. V 'J -'E ,, -- I- - '- T - - x:?gf""'L,fQ'- -1 , -.Lf -U ' '.. Q, 'Z , " l. ' Regimenial Sfafiz B. E. Nowlin, Regimeni-al Commander, L +o R: D. E. Rogers, D. M. Bayer Q. W. ParroH', J. M. David, R. E. Walden. Al-my Cad i Siafi Ordinance BaHalion S+aFF: L. J. Fisher, BaHaiion Commander. L 'io R: D. R Tucker, W. J. Todd, F. M. Mi+ci1eii, C. T. Seay. Sm.-iiiaf' . viii? Engineers BaH'alio'n Siaff: H. M. King, Ba'H-aiion Commander. L 'ro R: J. L. lnfaniry Batfaiio-n Sfaff: Fred Johnson, Baifaiion Commander. L +o R: V. W Budreau, K. H. Brown, H. M. Gregory, D, C, Flgyd, Wafers, M. G. Smifh, T. C. Redford, G. E. Brown. Arl'illery,Ba'Halion S'l'aFF: T. K. Winingder, BaH'alion Commander. L 'lo R: R. W. Shuman, D. L. House, C. E. Nichols, J. M. Baindy, Pairick Bowie! I 1 'E....,.-um. I Signal BaHalion Siaffz J. R. Ford. BaH'alion Commander. L fo R: R. E. Thomas, L. C. Maddox, J. R. Dillon, J. M. Taylor, J. A. Wilson. Chemical Ba'H-alion S+aFF: Herberi' Respess, Ba+'l'alion Commander. L +o R J. E. Hamby, T. M. Craig, Waller Busbee, A. R. Vanlandingham. The Georgia Tech Army ROTC Band plays ai' drill. Capt. R. H. Woodfin, FNS Naval RO1' C M F W H r LCDR J W Jones L+. D. J. Moss LTJG A. T. Sco'H' The purpose of the Naval Reserve Olficerls Train- ing Corps is to provide both regular and reserve officers for the United States Navy and Marine Corps. The NROTC student at Tech takes courses in Naval Science, specializing his final two years in one of three options: line, supply, or marine corps. Although specialization is important in the program, the NROTC student is also encouraged to broaden his background by including such courses as psychology in his Navy curriculum. Since its commissioning in 1926, the Naval Re- serve Gllicerls Training Corps unit at Georgia Tech has commissioned almost twenty-five hun- dred officers in the U. S. Navy and Marine Corps. L+. R. M. Williams L+. H. L. York I l The Naval ROTC Drill 'Team performs ai' drill. Navy Drill T am lnspeciion being conducfed by a caclei officer. The Georgia Tecl1 NROTC Marching Band plays afi drill. Full Siaff W. P. Dickson, Commander. L +0 R: W. O. Wheeler, R. W. Siurgeon, J. E. Randolph, T. D. Sfriclclancl W. L. Parfain. Winiel' Siaff Naval T. T. Marlin, Commander. L 'io R: M. E. Cochran, W. P. Dickson, S. H. Parry, C. P. Pres+on, T. A. Willis Left T. D. Siricicland Right W. P. Car'l'er, Jr. ROTC Left W. J. Vereen Left R. W. S+urgeon Right D. B. Howard, Jr. Right C. L. Windham i a if' J I -E Left W. O. Wheeler Left M. S. Irby Right D. R. James Right R. A. DykeS D.S.Dunlap Air FOYCE O. Anderson I'. M. Hamilion The demands of progress have made the AFROTC what it is today. While it may be largely true that both military liying and military dis- cipline were primary goals of a decade or so ago, the current program has been so carefully upgraded and updated that it embodies major phases of the constituents which go into the making of a man self- sufficient in the Air Force, and in civilian endeavor. The Department of Air Science takes pride in steering its partici- pants through rudiments of self expression, hinged on verbal and writ- ten communication, essential concepts of creativity, U. S. and World problems, and history allied with military operations. In support of this rather generalized classroom work, there are potent leadership drill laboratory, a local flying club having close ties with the ROTC unit, an AFROTC honorary society, as well as a mul- titude of other character and skill developing activities. W. A. Howing+on R. J. Mehroih O. W. McQuary J. L. Lewis J. L. McCar'l'er J. W. Simms H. Viogl R e l W. R. Kierbow W. F. As'l'in W. N. Carroll J. L. Hanchey presjdeni- Vice Presidenf Secretary Treasurer LA:-nold Air Society :The Arnold Air Society is a professional honorary service organization of Air Force .ROTC cadets from one hundred and seventy of the nation's colleges and universities. The organization at Tech is composed of outstanding Air Force ROTC cadets. Member- ship in the society is offered to Freshmen and Sophomores as Well as to advanced Air iForce ROTC students. An important objective of the Arnold Air Society is to improve its jassociation With other ROTC units at Georgia Tech and to promote better student-faculty irelations. Another ofthe society's functions is a broad program of public relations by which the layman may better know and understand the Air Force. Members of the soci- lety are selected on the basis of their academic record, their interest shown in the Air Force, their leadership qualifications, and the attitude of the students toward the society. I R. D. Ballard ris fmfggsziw -- " ' H . ,, ...A ig i -,ff ' . Q , Y fr. M. W. Bar+le'H- J. P. Burke L. G. Goldman R. L. Hamilton J. G. Harwood B. A. Kniglrl' TR. c. Lemerf cs. P. Milam R. M. Morgan G. R. Pearson E- H. Pres+on P- Y- Randall G. P. Sharp R. D. Thomas J. B. Wesi' J- A- Wl1ll'95lCl9 85 T. C. Wilson C. H. Wimberly W. W. Wise i i 2 J. G. Harwood, Wing Commander, L 'io R: W. C. Sfandifer, R. C. Lemerr, W. W. Carroll, W. F. Asion, W. W. Wise W. E. Kirkland, J. R. Sellmer, D. L. Morris. Air Force Cad I Siaff J. F. Howard Grou Commander' L io R: B. A. Kni hi J. S. 1 P I Q 1 Hawkins, A. L. Rogers. Q, W. L. Duke, Group Commander, L +o R: W. H. Wa'Hs, R. P. Collins W. R. Kierbow, Group Commander: L 'lo R: R. D. Thomas, G. J. Corbe, G. C. Brooks. The Air Force ROTC Drill Team during parade. Commander J. L. Hanchey in charge of Drill Team R. BenneH', Jr., Group Commander: R. 'lo L.: E. M. Wafson, P. Y. Randall, A. C. Siclcel. The Georgia Tech Air Force Band a+ drill. iw x I' .. , Th . Q 5.3! ' ' W- 'ct' ' . - h , ' R. f 4 .9 A mm Hx. 5, 5 - Q ,Q 'Q . , a . wi? ' 1 vw.. ,gf xii, 'Au , f ins l,.? Q93 4 gi1,.A N :Is ' Q A I if ' Q3 va W -'Wy' , g 1. M -I - 7 7W Z."R fx" x ,W ' ' 1- - 5 5 iii'-KDA 'jg J 'Q mx' m , X r ' ' VK '7' Y N P Q Us X i SM: r qi .. a .Q Qf"'?m . F sl 'xx 'R 1 -ZA . X, ' J -4 T v I , '-'1 -:J XA' ww - 'Q was N .5 X " ' ' ' kiwi - H n , ' 09' 1 r., 1 on -,H 'Q 90" 5, , . -. -Q Ns -.V ,Q V' v .. 1- -. m . if - 5: ' 1 " J w , . v ,Z k.L1 EI. ' 3 , -Q ' A ,,X' " . ,v 4, ' Y' 6w-,,gz...- , 9-:gating-.1 ,. vw ' ' ' ' ' Y., 1 Mjpwg, In v I f-"M, R, nr' my f "xi,-2 I 4 H ,,Am.,w,acfmf.Mi,,.LQ A Tv N . 4 'ai ,. YL X J X R ,k i 'I MP ,,,w dia I' vw 'rin 0 lf? 3 Q 4 vigil 0 .' K , W6 , ,V .km - ' .px , ,1- Lxm ' ' . -,Ya . X wa. .Aw Fraiermhes Q 1 .gfvzu X ,,:. ' ' 1 xsm Va,-' Q Q9 . ' y ,, Z:3:igm,gL4n.wl'2- - Jw- , 139 ' ,anh- H' all s+ar+s wi+h rush . . . and fhe parfies con+inue year round. Homecoming provides for ingenuI+y and compe'H+ion. . . Concerfs . . . and s+un'l' nighfs 'aiglifh' Maternal help 'From housemoihers . . . . . . along with coniinuecl progress and expansion. . . . but ihe real rivalry is in sporis. But mos+ly, iusi plain bro'l'l1erhood. Social fraternities in America have recently been required to justify their existence in the collegiate community. The fraternities at Georgia Tech have the obvious answer to this query-if for nothing else, then for brotherhood, a unique experience in sharing and community life, the memory of which will outlive all else at Tech. Most fraterni- ties here oifer a well-balanced atmosphere of so- cial, athletic, and scholastic interests that make a college out of the 'North Avenue Trade School? No Wonder it has often been said, "If I Weren't in a fraternity, I wouldn't stay at Techf' i 4 Charlie Schreeder Vice-President Tom Craig President Dean Budig with pledges For the second year in a row, The Georgia Tech IFC has been chosen as the best in the South. As president, Tom Craig helped to initiate many changes, such as the formation of an Alumni IFC, a Pledge Study Lecture Series, a Fall Concert CRay Charles this yearb, and the forming of two new IFC Committees. l'The Greek Jacket" made its first appearance as an IFC paper during the Winter quarter. The Tech IFC is composed of three branches-Executive, Judicial, and Legislative. The executive branch is made up of the oiiicers, and the legislative branch of the presidents and elected representatives from each chapter. The judiciary branch, which consists of the Trial and Honor Boards, has proven that fraternity men are capable of govern- ing themselves. The Georgia Tech IFC ably serves as a clearing-house for ideas and suggestions Wherein all fraternities mutually benefit. ' 1 F Q Geoff Gill Treasurer Jim Jolly Secretary A s'iree+ dance during Greek Week Spring '62 Greek Goddess, Virginia Smith TD For fhe Fall Concert: Ray Charles Inierfraierniiy Council AEA AEH ATQ BQTI X119 XXII AEfIJ ATA AY Sharon Carter . S. A. Cohn . Bob McDaniel y . Tom Tuttle T. Tony Whatley Tommy Thomas Phil Dellasega . Jim Martin Pitner Traughber The Broihers Four KA K2 AXA IPAQ CDEIT CIJFA CIDK2 fDKT CIPZK Bill Marchal . J. E. Smith . Joe Gazzo Bill Jackson B. J. Rudman Sonny Carter . . . .Gary Stair . J. C. Roy . Tom Mann TIKA ITKCIJ EAE EX EN EIDE TKE GX GE J. K. Cochran John Benkert . Ed Sprouse . Russ Fraser Lane Crocker John Fiedler B. B. Hickox Doug Johnson . Herb Chick ATO wins the '62 IFC Sing l93 if f! , .,.,,1f.i ,134 . A, .f -v x 3 r 5'-,ef a " .. fly M' 4 2 f W ' , if ' 1 fi ' V ' ,, ,Vq , I , i!QM..:rg.::,:" V f 5' fffff 7 .1 if f' 4, fa., I , www Q, , 1 ,pf , 9' 3 J. Aclams J. Dillon M. Fecler 5" ' r .vfzzzv-z..- v .-v.-f 'V SW Wfmu ' " V. X wi: 2 gif? ' , f ,rw J, - ' - J . ,'-,.. a , , , A D. Glankler J. Kayes H. Maclun 51351-my 4 Whiz? 1- 0- f. 4 2' .- ,mi -I , .-mznifa -f ' , www M '51 2347.22 if ' , -,Wm -2 wx., ww 63M . -' W a ' ni: vu -v ff' f M ,,,., ,. . .. Q Q K P. Parro'H' T. Seals R. Wolf Warren Wheeler, Chairman . Trial Board Charlie Sch reecler, Chairman va: egg. f , ,rm ,. 9 ff, f,--.4 4 A '17 J vf 4 S. Caller J. Powell in X f '? K 1,1 . W ' P Agfa., ,. x N K. Dane , S. Robinson D if x M x F. Delisle W. Dulce r're'rl-e l 'l" R. Shuman D. Tucker An integral part of the IFC that serves to maintain a self-imposed code of ethics on the individual fraternities at Tech is the combination of the Honor Board and the Trial Board. The Honor Board is comprised of thirteen elected members, seven from the large fraternities and six from the smaller ones, who are elected for two-quarter terms. The function of the Honor Board is mainly advisory as it may not impose jurisdiction on any Violator by its own authority. However, when a violation is detected this is brought before the Trial Board, which makes a thorough investigation and takes appropriate action to uphold Tech fraternities' reputations. 1 l 2-iA: ' i'A ' -c 'BN my Q Sf 2 s. f V, ,l J. Bouchelle il l H 4 S. Ca rfer U S. Hesferlee V 5 .. Tech's own sorority and fheir display S. Kepler X x .. S. MacLeod M. Mann M. Medlin J. Ray T. Ray Alpha Xi D lla Presicleni- . . . . . . Jean Ray , Vice-presicleni' . . . Melanie Medlin Secrefary . . . Sharon Carter Treasurer . . . Julie Bouchelle Jean Ray, President Alpha Xi Delta, the only sorority on campus, is oflicially a fraternity, or so it was designated ln 1893 when it was founded. The reason being of course that there was no such thing as a sorority at that time. Tech's chapter, though restrained by tradition here, has had quite an active year on campus which included the building of a homecoming display and holding several informal parties. Two of the sisters are cheerleaders and the chapter usually places high in comparison to fraternity scholarship. Included among the chapter's off-campus ac- 95 tivities was the pledging of a new chapter at Georgia State. A. Agoos , .I V ,, ' WX ' 4X N XXX Wi . N Q if .mi E. Allen g 11,5 2 - Q, x Q ,SX J' X N X X 1. X , . ,YN X : 4 1 -- :X AE-3:,,f g FX X X 'X 2 5 6 N J. AH'e1rman , .,,. - . ' ig X f X f XX XX. . 4, - l. An-lopolslcy X. X Q' lik X, ...W 1 ' J :xx ' : -fx. . . E. Bossalc Q Q X gm. X . ,I X gg mx-M' , S. Caller Age, -W.. . VX. '-:iw FEC X Q X X x .,. N M. Barrash g.- .gk 4-511:54 . .X ' J. Bricker 2 ' 92 XX as 'X XX . I:-1 .' ...- - '-X. J. Canrer X :J,, M. Bolros L Q if L if X f.,....f.s , 1" .F L. Caghan :' rX..::Z::5:':"' 5 X. i ' ',":,'-:.E SXXXXYQ, XY X Ps 4 X: L -P gm . tl' 'Q X4 J. Caplan Chesler Parver applies +orc:l1 +o Awreclc. Alpha Ep ilon P' Garry Leif: an obvious bunrl I 'X X X , XX XQ Ng... .5-Xb E .Q X X Q ' XE P X P9 S . X X - XXX ' -XX z XXX--X ' VX. X. 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Herzog 5. xr-- . , - ' 5 - cf - if L A. Levy H. Lewis ...TP R- i . wx ,LQ ' Li. Qs. ' 'V gb :ii 1 1-we-ff , . f My J 1 s 5 ESQ 55: 1 M - S. Passman R. Phillips rf fi z . fxsk ... -C..-mg xg X 4 h Presideni' . . sieve Caller Vice-presidenf . . Alfred Cohn Secre+ary . . . . . Mih- Feder urer . Jerry Osferyoung ?:1':..v.q na " X... X 5 ar M. Hirsch ,::g.4az:::,.:'s- . . Q . LQ Qi K ah C. Madanick ,Xa Q., Q .. ' Y., i -2 -1- J. Pohl XA 1 s ' .mi . '.-..y 5 ' 43. V ffi-is -5 ' E. V4 'x X N A A xv D. Jacobs i5.fEQfQil : A 4' 1. - - ,giiji N Ng..-" - A. Marhn ,,, v . Egg.. f. if.. W ls. H. Polsier ,, .. ---. . . ..... . ..-...1 aff? s, ' IQ 5 YY A S 2 5 r W Q R. Karelifz .. .M :Z N i. -MEM v .4343.s1-M13 .x ' ?2'Ns.v'1i 'f 1 gif f :...1,. ' K2 , B R. Mayer x Q . .gs,:5,,f tw K: Q6-xbv' X N X gs., 4 W Y Q EN Ye 2 ,QCA V. I 1 R R. RaH'e+ Gilberf Rich ai' ioini Chi Phi-A E Pi pariy. 91 Bossak and his argyle socks Q C. Keyseriing X .g 455265 . X X X a -1 M-4515.3 W.. .. ' . ' ,X riff? 3 ff J. Maziar 'L ' L s , 1 "wig C. Rei+er Agoos +o Saul: Foorball Machine. x 1 .A 1--.J - if i . Rivers ' i ff Q W. - 9 I 7 fl 75 ff f Z2 A 'f P A ' VW" W' 'ei 4 , Q i f 1, Rcingck Levi'H' burns rhe midnighi' oil Q. .. 1? A . R V f E. Saff GL Ygwzxsprsw' -T, V . W .,s I ,Q . 1 R. Siegel I W Q 'i . .1-11:4 7' , I . , I f? J 'cf-V4 .' Sq A , B. Sfeinberg new 2--'f' -' , 4: in Slam coming up by Evan. M. weinsfein .- i' 4 '-V E 16 iw? Qin I f f E. Schneider V2-' df. I. Skoff R. Trebiis ' -44.1.55 X ., QQ Ii-ga I., S. Wiener '54 as , V. gt -, . 4 7 , , if --. K 6 4 I ., 4,004 "7 H. Schraibman sfx '--'f'-':w:f5f,,.-.4 1 :S 'E .. X pb, N Tix ,LJ ,. y ij. -f :Ny 'E 4 C. Sparks 5 Q? .4 Q. ,Q Y A M. Tuckman 1- . H 9 'Nm' f L ZW fb' 'K . X N E. Wolffe Alpha Epsilon Pi started the year in a strong manner with a line rush that brought the chapter membership up to an all-time high of 94, and the elec- tion of an outstanding brother, Evan Allen, as master to succeed Steve Caller. AEPI held its own in athletics this year, taking a league second in basketball, dropping only two football games, and taking fourth in bowling. Stunt Night's presentation, a beautiful presentation of "Swan Lake," gained the brothers a second place and a nice chunk of IFC points. Bringing many good times with them this year was the sweetheart, Miss Barbara Jean Cohen, and her court, Jill Weitz and Natalie Klausman. Feminine inlluence was also provided the AEPis by their active Mothers' Club which came across with a volley of brunches and birthday cakes plus an enjoyable par- ents' week-end. AEPi continues to enjoy life at their modern house located on Third Street. The chapter is one of 77 chapters in Alpha Epsilon Pi located in leading colleges and universities across the nation. The Beta Chap- ter takes pride in being recognized as one of the best chapters in the na- tional AEPi fraternity and also on the campus. Alpha Epsilon Pi From the inside looking out: Minkoff builds wreck. ". . . 'ro the bar for a 7 Up." H' 'FHICGS l'W0 +0 - - - , - -s we .,,, Q L W. Adams . . R. B o g g s X. X wx X 455 s .N N S XX .X X 6 x A QWQ .- ......sm.-se F. Adams x .Q XF V ,.i. skies 1 'gy L, ,:, 1' l T' it' we-s sm exam , xx QSC bk X X Q Ss xxx if xg N x w se s s X X V. Aiken X x i 1 E2 C. Breedlove Togas yell 'ro encourage rug-of-war +eam. W. Alexander E. Alllarilon A. Ames F. Askew J. Bandy ,gems gkewaxsg, -Wes,-.mx-, . -4 . T - 1. ma?-+1 . X A-A '- ' 'f'-:. "':: . N , ' . ' ' rv? E, . '- .1 f , ,Sis ,. Y X is QQ E 7 . fi . 5 8? gi' :fi fmfiisli. 'T 'Y ' - A , X -f . EQ:- -s.-sss.. , . ,, . ., . is ,.,X.,,.... A . -.53 - .- , .s, 1 y 5555 'P -.5 XX - . A ,V ., ,V . . - Hs.. 'Q ff' N fig, 1 ' s: wk , .. X ' 5256155 . . , X x rg.: ,Sr--New vi .- XX X Ns X ' . T . Q KL sv X-N G. Bross W. Campbell H. Collins . . Dan Tucker Presidenl' . Vice-preside Secreiary . . . Terry Gerber Treasurer . . Donnie Lander nr . . . Van Aiken Dan Tucker, Presidenl X . . -fe "-- - f T. Barker Berman - . , -tt.. sm gse . 4: ce 4 3 - , - - 534 fa-.gag ' -. - yr-1 X f wi' 'S .X I Q A ' J. Collins W. Collins J. David Y S x Dollar Ralph Wellinglon reflecls on ATO display. lphu Tau Omega Well-known Toga 'l'e'am, led by Sca R if xx Q A-:g,.e-...-.-..:--:-:-:+fx- -.uw-1:3 -- Q-::..:,.m .ma vi x Q ..--fm Na-..f.,.-...N X Q1 5-. v3::'.kA.:3i.:v.: ,.'-1-xt! J.: XE.. .. ,, ,,A.,, J :,.1 .4 T. Gerber D. Graham N.fGrayson S ""' Q.: 9. R. Holman G. Houser J. Hu+chinson Sharlie Tu'H' enioys pario parly. rboro ugh ?L 3 Zvgir ' : 5 5 , we R. Dorman 4, . . .. ff - M.. .. T. Dorrier . 11:13 "arg: '5 X ,X T655 '? . I ,. m y '-.5g2::,--54 5 T. Dozier M 31. . . 1.x QQ gg. ...V ,, -x ' -2. ' V x .A Wo. wx . X ,A 1 1 TNQ Y w . XY A . NR T. Gresham 5. .sg .. Q, xr.-ww NX. J was E X EQ .x M: ,M T 1 l. Haddock X X X ..,., ,P .I 93 V 6 ' N Qi., , .W . W. HamiH'olr 1. 1,:I:,.1Ea:e' 53-Iif5..'5Ij- EQ A x ' f l 1gW,Qw.., . , f nm' .O . 'X , LN V . . .... Q... 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X x SX N3 X Q X X. R. McDaniel B. McEver fiifi 1" ":.":fj, . xx. A : K . X . S X. Q .X vi Y Xxx xv T. McBride R. McMorris x E XX x .' ,--Q Nana? . 1 . X 945' A '- N X Q . Q TAX X 4 .5 1 E. McCabe J. Mc 5315?-' . Fira' xx-x x . ' X Q5 5 QQ ..,.... . Q Q . xx X xx Q X Callum ...:. ..., 3 , 1 - . ... 14.2f :Iii Q Q Q . Q . f J. Moody F. Neel i i Alpha Tau 0 ega- Bill Malory and .lohn LaCapra 'fake on Sigma Nu. X . '- 5 As- xg.: X Us E. u ls' X Q 6 , w S . dp- X. xx Q K X 1 N ix. , X S x ' .N 3 .. . Q . KAR m.qa.,f! vw-Nw X X , .sb x ,+R 5-my rf--if Q . " ' 5. K X .. ., Q iw ix y , . E. Plowden J. Raffielci T. Ramsey J. Reed X Six . 1 1 -. My Y SlA ,.,,M ff? 'N' x A Q K bw :- J. Roberfson T. Seals Hoke Brannon +urns Jackie as Togas win S1'un'l' Night S'I'op i'l', John! L , .gifs fr C. '-: xx - VV: .V Rise ns-S3-N 1 -- X , 1 59'-L' 'Q "' ,1 " x r R-515 ,V fe ,E-3 I In ff 'if 'WH' fi ,.s-..,,wg,,,- Q. .- . My . V. ...qv , V. --1. - -- . ,. , ,,., 1. V , N.-.,.:,, . , ,. . . , . , ,L J. Shaw T. Slnulis A. Siclrel D. Simpson R. S+allings " iii , - 1 - . S , V-:J ,g 'mfr 'y - V 'sg .-,V U'T - ,gl 1' N , . i- .1 5 - 1 J K B. Tamplin T. Thorp H, Thrasher J. Topple D. Tuclrer Tommy Seals' 'Forelnancl proud assei' io fennis feam. -- my X 5-we ,.., J 1 A.,-1 gypsy ., M.: MSM ' Q ,V ,. - M A '- s wag. -- V ' -. . x ' ' ' ' , nk , V- 2. v if is i ' C. TuH' S. Twiggs O. Walsfad T. Warren W. Waters With the IFC and 'athletic trophies to their credit from the previous year, the Togas came out of a good fall rush with thirty-nine new pledges. The oldest chapter at Tech, ATO came to the campus in the fall of 1888, and since then has remained one of the most active fraterni- ties in the school. This year, the chapter claimed first places in the bridge tournament, lnterfraternity Stunt Night, and in the cross country race competition. Indi- viduals in the chapter held many positions on campus. Brother Gerber held down the office of senior class presi- dent, two of the Togas were in ODK honor society,'two were in Pi Tau Sigma, three were admitted to the ranks of "Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities," and several were active on the various campus publica- tions. Miss Marilyn Grimn, who later married Brother Moring, was named chapter sweetheart of Alpha Tau Omega at the annual Spring Formal. This years' formal was one of the typically line social events attributed to the brothers of ATO. Throughout the year the Togas not only have many iine social ailfairs for themselves but also are consistently at the front in charitable acts on and off campus. .. 9 . ,., ,.., . , wxxxxe Q .X . . be if mgi X We N E we , , . EN X ,Wg W fx x .af f f R. Wellington x vi, K t . . s ' pkQ:2'.5,':7K ' ,mr at , 'Y' 'K - 5 . E. 5.1 A New D. Wiser Richie Boggs and Libby Malone al' one of Toga's many parries. 'I03 N' M x .f 4. Na- 8 "eo ...L qqik L . b 3 .,-,, ,V.A:E.:,Y :l .3 A. Amos D. Arp - 5 'X yr. .fi ' . XX . 5 x is I X35 ' :X fx R. Clarson P. Cockey R. Boardman X . . i g z U' N W R. Caldwell " --'- :- way -. an ., iphig rw 5.25 U Nm. . I.. 3 ya, ' 'Eg'-1 .k . J. Cooper Z . ge 2 ' ii I E C. Edmondson x gt' Q'g.,..'.5,.f.igM: ' . ,-32 . we .-zz. Q-4.-.:,rs J. Goodrich P. Es py . X . ' A J. GoH'sche P. Dean I2 e "1 " Q.. ! J. DeiarneH'e V M - ' K3 .Nw R. Duff ,. : .M ': '5 'f '1 ,W -.1 - Qezfw -' 2 ' NN R. Garih ,.:-- V .. ...K x X N X seq . Xxv x X S 'F R x x ' -- R +. Q. f ' 33,3 93... .. Us 5 , 11. .. P. Graeler Jock Miller. PfGSlCleHl AI Wesi' escol-+5 homecoming queen Loralee Smiiln. 'I' I ll 'I' P' Bill HargeH led Be'l'a swimmers 'io vicfory. 5 I X 5 . - ,LQ .. 'F I N 1 J. Dominy C. Eddie Vx? gg. 1 -5 R ' Xxx , - A- .emi -WE? f M. Garlley Info 'l'he laie lwours, work goes on. . eerv. Q ' , - 1 5 J KL .. .NE E Q ,N , U5i:Eg,.:.:l vm S 1-5 . Q d xf , . R .'+'.' J J l 4 A B. Gruber L. Hall W. Presideni' . . Vice-presidenl . Secrelary . . Treasurer . Hardwick W. HargeH F. Hazelwood . .lack Miller Jim Maiure . Bob Boardman Dick Iannacone ' ' ' - f .. . 1 Xt . r " I fi' '.,A Q-Ei :QP "2 Av'-'- i 5 -.f- is -. I k 1 "4 " 4 .. N . ..,-.- fi. . . f .L -1:::. , , , 62, - -. - .g .X ,sei 15 1 H 3223 xx Y ENS xl ' V ' -'N "Q, I 'ff ' . ' ' vi.: wiv' ' i " ref? 'W :Wi ,J '- '1 ,fi ' ' 'WN ' , . .. 1 , , is Q Lf ,. .71 8 fi . R -V ...iff V Q9455 , ,, .. ,. i .IR ,l X Q ? s EW ,X fs XS Q Qu FX 1 .f A J. Hicks G. Humphrey S. nnes . Johns I. Johnson L. Karnes F. Knickerbocker f- - 'j:jggw..1es S . , - I R .R . A I N E , . W. Lakeinian L. Lipscomb L. Maddox J. Maiure W. Manning . . E : x X xxx w it Ni if' X is s 'sf X .,sR3Q X N J. Massey V l 'fc DOH R0d9eY5v I-M-? Tom Tuttle leads spirited 'l'eam. g Q55 ,, . .. , D. Mitchell R. Moloney T. Muller E. Pa as C. Perkins PP Renewed interest in the IF C Trophy and athletics made this year a milestone in Beta history on the Tech campus. Fall Rush brought thirty eager pledges into the chapter and this called for a party at the Allatoona Yach Club, which started the quarter off in fine fash- ion. Eddie Hicks took the presidentis gavel from outgoing Brother Eatman, and the Betas moved on through a big year, sweeping winter Sports including first place on campus in swimming and gymnastics and a big all-fraternities first in basketball. The Betas claim the president of the IFC, the editors of the Rambler and Engineer, the U.S.A.-U.S.S.R. Exchange Student for three successive years, and many other campus leaders. Laura Lee Smith, Tech's Miss Home- coming this year, was furnished by the Beta chapter and Mrs. Bob Lincoln, sponsored by the Betas, was runner-up in the Mrs. Home- Coming competition. Beta Theta Pi also holds a high spot in campus Scholarship, being the only fraternity on campus never to have gone below the all men's average. '-.321 v . FY N r Q .221 Si-'Q 1. , f ,. C. Phillips J. Plummer af., - if , , 1,1 A MA S. Rives J. Robinson L g -W fb -P' .. 5 W. Reed A. Repoyich lii . ,.,' V . sf , 'i"W -- E. Rodgers M. Sanders M0rriS pal'l'ieS Off CBMPUS- Lipscomb plays iailback for fhe Belas. Miller closes eyes-and swings. This siayed in +l1e backyard for moinfhs afierwards. T AL lfrxxhk champions-Be-fa Thefa Pi. . QI, W wi? r':'. 'X 'EM . 5x X N F . P. Speicher N. Teahan ,g i ' w ,Q Y . x X -. s F. Tu'Hle J. Va rino, - X . "" E.!'1"x ' " 1 5531? V.-:gf --x . W. P V I A W. Waddell C. Walfers J. Werner " - ,. ,-,,.r-, - um. -f V . -K. S51 . .V-1? fig 6' -we f - - 1 ,f in :P a ,- 3.1121 v .' 1:-v - , 5. -. .M-:A , ' in Hall 61' K.C. J. Whi+e T. Wilson E. Wing C. Wormwood Gordon Mark explains 'I'l1e infricale paris of flue wreck. Fred Rudder, Presideni A Presideni' . . . Fred Rudder V - - ' -S ' ' Vice-preslclenf . Gene Haline . . Secrelary . . . Tony Wl1a+ley Q. we S. X, - G: . Five " i 1 . 'K . V V .M - Treasurer . . Bill Mosle XV X51 Y - ,pf - W.. sa - M L. L " F. Aiax P. Baxier A. Besi' A I 3 ' if A I' - A 9 O o DI E s 'L in 0 DI 3 'U 2 J. Clwasfain w NX X 1 1 X is x A x 1 ,.'---... . .f X - L Y l J. Brown P. Cairns 'ffl f we x X D. C:Ob6I"l'l'l M. Coleman Allen Dean seems 'I'o be looking 'For some'rhing. X X ,Mg X Q sv Q Pe'I'e Griffen seems +o warm his hands as he 'l'alks. V 's's V 1: . . 1 ff' " ' ' h J. Cro-we W. Davidson z.::3YS:--.-2'f'-2:'r'-2 2,1--'-'-a3::-2: .- --Wdecsfz-1-' U - . as-.,: ka , f ,f . 'x-fffi-me fbgfgv f ,f ' , N.:-.gr ' " " Q., 1 . 'ar . vi. ' J A I J. Hunfley S. Korsak I' " ., 'QQ NN.. -sl. -. -v X eg P. Dodd A J. Lappingi-on Fred and dafe affer a game A U , I f. 5 A - J. Evans E. Graham R. Holman fav 'i-if dz- 5-J' , . .Q 122'-fi P- 3 Lf, ,:: 'if fg, T" " P ml ,mr wif- vw ' . af? ' - W5 i Whip V1 ' Z' 75" 55' -591 A 1 ' 'wif-v.3..' - , ., 'la .P -1225 - ' 5 x . 'N ,E - w e -9 z ggi.. ,w 3 3 "fi?Y13-'-1f51f:? ' ?' ' 1 3 t X A C. Lee R. Maddox McCla+chey F. MyerS Hahne lofls one over AEPi's. 5K f 'fi 7 I Z 'fl-Z1 . . . Q. . - - -- A Z lf 1 ? 11.4 - K Y f t , ' 5. if 1-5 In - " , ,ff W K A H, Phillips F. Rudder R. Rudulph T. Sager G- Saffele A+ regular weekend par+ies, Kehoe is a regular. "Twi+cl1e's" display goes up. .ld Chi Phi When you speak of parties, you are talking about Chi Phi. Omega chapter at Tech is noted by the student body, the citzenry of At- lanta, and the Atlanta Department of Justice for its many and var- ied social events. Besides their infamous parties, the national fraternity has a long list of distinguished alumni including Gov- ernor Carl Sanders of Georgia. Chi Phi on the Tech campus is kept busy coordinating chapters all over the country as the head- quarters of the National fraternity. However, the Tech chapter still finds the time to participate in many campus activities. A large percentage of its membership can be found in organizations spread over the entire campus. Rush this year spoke well for the leadership of President Fred Rudder and the amicability of the bro- thers as well. Reigning sweetheart this year at the Chi Phi house was Ruth Carden, an outstanding product of Thomaston, Georgia. As in the past the accomplishments of the Omega chapter of Chi Phi are known around the campus as they were known back on June 2, 1904 when the chapter was established on the Tech cam- pus. Chi Phi is looking forward to a livelier year since certain re- straints have been removed from them. , i 2 'fx-,yt .14 11514223 , 'wi ,, C. Schexnayder W. Shaw Court in front ot the house, the Chi Phi's get plenty ot practice. R. Shumanx TOny Whatley seems to be looking tor something. ., ., ,, ,,... "'WJi':W' H412 11:2 :W 'ff I gg, 33, -, . y if Q ' ' ff 20:-s'A,f L V., 19 -iff ' 1 D. Solomon Preslclenl' . . Vice-Presidenl' Secrelary . . Treasurer . . Spencer Robinson ff , X ' a., f if "' 45791 - 0 '-.f ff"Z'.-2521? '1f,f67a' 1 '2'?' I R. Akrldge .W - 1' R. Alberl' gy 4, f" B M' my Z -V . ,gwzz ' ., ',f.4ff7f' fra - ,vu afar., . . f -." . . Phul Marlin " Bob Proffilrl . Bull Helllcer R. Ameh J. Ayres J. Azar H ""N -." ' ' V -1 4 .,, f A 5, I J' S. Carfer L. Dodson C. Drees xl-W Ayres wacles in crepe paper. Spencer Robinson, Presidenl 1 . ' .. ly 254' " ', 2 -v i f img " , .gl , f' N ,- f , -.nl y. . 51 ,ml M ' zo A ,yu F. Box A. Bryson L. Freeland N. Harper Heillcer 1-alces look al wreck. . , ff 4.7 f 1 5 I 'N lg l C. Bullock W , , I ww HP' V: -,df l . :gs .x W. Heilker i l l l 1 G. Burch Qww ' :Q .:g,-,v.1gj,'3,3,,,. Z "f lf' R. Hoffmann m A ' " .. '. ' l I" 5.- , .4 IT' 1 W ,, J. Godfrey ,, Q 1 J. Johnson ,L r V,,. A 3 Q gf za 42. ff K "2 ,z P. Kimmel U" Y , H , ,, ,M ? A 4 E. Marchand J. Myers Bill Heillcer meets one in midair. ' A , , rw. f , Z f ff 15, 'Q V , ':- 'WZ .Mp ., 41,42 D. Jackson ' ,ynfvwwr ' vw N vw f my ,Z-W, V Giif "ff 1,- Hfi.. . 3' v,"w'f,fg'4 1,' if wx , W 1 f , we if f f ! ,210 B. Jurick 451,511 I ' 1'f7'U'94 , - ,' ' 7 4W ,QW -, . mc, f .f ww-141-5:5 vi 1 i R. LeFever ff ,V 42.52235 1 l Ji 1 P. Martin If , Q If if f p f, sh T. Thomas ' 1 f iw 2' f 5' Q si C Q2 f Q ff.mf2.ffa,, 5, - , .rf 96,4 I , 4.1 M X f Ky Q A J. Winsness Chi Psi Fraternity, founded in 1841, planted a chapter at Tech in 1923. Since then the Chi Psis have maintained a relatively small but very active membership. This year Pres- pident Spencer Robinson led the chapter through a good rush, pledging ten, and on to a first place league championship in basketball. At their winter formal, held at East lLake Country Club, Karen Keiser, a Delta Gamma from Emory, was crowned Chi Psi Sweetheart. Mrs. Rita Granger, a retired model, keeps a worthy eye on the brothers' meals as chapter housemother. To round out a successful year the brothers took third place in the Campus Chest Drive and fourth in scholarship. Iota Delta Chapter is a small but close group of brothers who continue to have fun and success on Tech campus. Myers and ProFFiH' confer al' party. W Frank DeLisle, Presideni' Della Sigs show parlying abiliiy. 1 'af JS E, J' 4 P N. Askins ' ' 5 "'Vr' ic ff- 2 A. Bradford 25 -, ' 2- It -55. J. Brookshire 'Pr ..,. .. K- Q5 C. Burrows 1:55 Q-' " r' Barry Frazier lnuslles in H16 infield. -." X sf fg, Presiclenf . . . Frank DeLisle Vice-Presicleni' . . Jim Cochran W Secre+ary . . . Henry Taylor J ' Treasurer . . Tom Clark J. can , v V 4 my x ,Sl X ' . N- 1 l 2 s l V A. Baker l.- .:A,5,-1. U. M. Branfley x Q., .M Z l s 1 L' .. ff? A ' :Q F. Brown if .- -Q 'ia a R. Bush ' I ' , ... J. Carellas l ls. lin Sigma Phi AH'en'lion is concenlralecl on conc.lucl'or al' '62 IFC Sing. X if-' "Pm" 3' ig. . , . -. V .J . 5 fv q fl. - fl. . 1 , f , , E' .' . 3, , 'ff' V' V f 1' N " -fr .,.. .24 ..-. . . ' ' Z- -7-. ' f --1. 2 X. ' 4 ' , "vr5rf".: 'V V- - 'iii' 251 ' ' 4 '51-Y -gn. yy- . V , ' fu 1 - 4, . V ., ww' 123.51 . ,V 1, . ' - - , -, . is V J. Cochran L. Farrow Ziff f . -r fs 6,255 f if ff ' .,,,.c, ', V:-1 ' '- e1'1K'1'i.5 C. Huber l C. Lifileiohn ' X LL.. 1-' .. 414' . ,gy qw H 5' , , X 01 l J. McDonald -4-if ' N 1' .V' .if es P. McLaughlin M. Cochran Q 1 ? if , f f I 44561 A V P. Ferguson f- W ,Wil , .. A, ,LV ' W 'LLL-1121224 , . .- ,ff ...W 4 4? f . 71332 f 2 ,, , , w J f ' 'Q 2 WV , ,. ' 4 4 , f .4 N. Hudson R. Copper T. Cronier B. Frazier C. Gilberf VW' ZQYVW' Q , ,V..V '- .- ..-I, .f...,:.,.g:,V.g,Q4,. 'F ff' V, "" - " " R. Johnson J. Judge "Gross" Jack lries 'l'o limbo. D. Davis f' , u f Nifliwgia f 'lm 'JK' if f 'NW .4 A R. Goebel F DeLisle l f 4 .1. .W G., f., - :if T. ' ,f 1 QV ,, ' A Harvey 1 ,hir-' If ! ? if I' '7 M 1 I I fg M. Dillon i - f ' v z f N if ' il' ,X ff 'fi 4, 1 , .f4,.-.-.V, . If -'gffp gfzf ' : , ' f ' " f 7. ff cf f D. Hawkins F. Elsberry .,., .. i' fy- , 1142, I 0 . Vg Z. - X 2-:al K. Haynes DeLisle shows his ingenuily on wreck. 2. 3 4 ff gf 4 1 - V V . M... lf by - Aw. mv. f 1 W J. Carpenler ., EE' .f ,. . 1 W - f , . mf litlifffra 'V ' f . - W. Clark ' ' 1.1 ff. 1... 1' A, , f iff X I f, 'L 1 f XZ., 5 ,,,9f,,.'z-., V 42 , 4, 1 ' f W . , ,. ,J D. Cliffon I . , J f I . if , , Q.: Qivigm Miz 'f .r l, Enfrekin we W' , 2 A? Qf ff . - V:-ffl X' ' J' , 2 ri , R. Hess WyaH' runs inierference for Gilbert 1 lid Sig ma Ph' Performance Hme ai' library Q an J. McLeod Tucker iumps againsi' SAE. 03:5 . 3 ",'- I fi. 5 3: - K me-.2 r r , - ' . A I .. J. McMilIin J. Miller H. Paiiillo C. Perry . Q A. .g:','Z -' mf .3 Q I ' W . .,.,, 5 .. we 33.1 ,-:.s1? ' :V , 'tits -5: gg.- Q A L ' J. Price R, Proulx E. Quarles J. Randolph 6 "V W2 W ff? . 4, . , gf ' ' 1-9. , . Pledge Sunday of Fall marked the end of the best rush in Delta Sig history when forty new pledges came up to the front steps into the modern Delta Sigma Phi fraternity house. Begun on the Tech campus in 1920, the Alpha- Gamma Chapter has become famous for its annual Ship- v R' Rem' wreck Party which draws a spring crowd from all over the Tech campus. Presiding over the good times that the Delta I -1 u . a . elk. Sigs had this year was President Frank DeL1sle, who saw V, Q the downstairs of the house redecorated and the lounge ' J refurnished. Sports and scholarship were not forgotten, for 2-1 f K the Delta Sigs held their own in these competitions. The w. Reeves J- Reuschle socials held during the year were flavored with a secret -zva recipe that the Delta Sigs are famous for. One highlight of the year was the Carnation Formal which warmed the cold winter, for Miss Nancy Stanford was crowned sweetheart. The chapter is looking forward to a bigger 5 X and better year to come as this one closes to the best M. Risen w. sharp yet. The Delta Sigs can hardly wait for the new year. t el. ta a t v va f . . it e R - A A, . . view, wi!! .. , A , ggi P " R ' ' f 1 'tt- - E. Smith M. Smith S. Smith W. Stevens R. Sturgeon H. Taylor J. Taylor . P. t R. Trapnell J. Underwood J WZ Q 7 P. vincent w. walden Jim Carpenter vocalizes at party. .... ...... ,. ,... . W i f - fi. tt . .1-..'.. .,.. f iz. A M ' it R S 1 f... ep: -1. ' f F. Webb G. Wells D. Welsh R. Whitley H. Williamson A. Withingtoln R. Wynn S Zehner Gilbert slams from miclair. .-.- Dreamed he wenl' leaping in P. F. Fliers. s ,kd I ,P gg Y Q M wi X 2 3 s L. Allen M. Arloaugln .W.,:1.,1..s-.my-s .1-,::'r, nw. 1 ' X -. F 1 D. Ayer .s V L.-Z psig? ' x Ali' ' ,J J. Bowers K. Beeman 1-wwf-., ' weve a:rssz:.-:M-1 :army "1 XE R. Bowers W 4 . . , 'mi ex l -"' - q s: ,N. 1 Q XXX , C. Burcleile Bob Williams gives Jerry Hanchey 1-he "whale" word. Sure! I also play sof+ball, baslce+ball, volleyball . . QQ S:--ga--Wm xNX . ii . I 'N --1-:qv -, 1 X . . . 2 . Q Y N ss X 1 Q X 5 ix 'CT' gage NIU I ' S C. Carroll V. Coerver T. Coslello B. Damercn Las: X .,,.,,. ., , . . ,,.. , , ,, , , X, , , ,. 1 -' , . - ..., f -J , 1 -" ,.1Qs1:,-'iw . .1 1"'- 4:1 ' -if 1 - NN ., ,. 3-iii - aim ' - ' - 1, 13-1 i. ' if , ' W 4 .5-, 5 me "-' ' ' ' W. Duke R. Easlerlin J. Fidler J. File K. Gissing , ...,. Q - . Q if S-ix KN VWQ .- ie: .x X Yi X W5 N xx N x N Q R1 XX . 'Q ,. . iq . .:.. : A, J. Dillon . xif G. Goodwin wx: 1 - :Sf f viii.-5 . . xg: ,L .. C. Duke f,:.jj,i:l..Nw K -, -- -5 as -51-X W. GriFFin IIIDIKJII LJUIXU , IICDIKJUJII Delta Tau Delta, one of the foremost fraternities on the Tech campus, succeeded in upholding their most favored tradition this year in grand form-one party per week from fall to spring Highlighted in the social field were the Pledge-Active Blowout and the Rainbow Formal. Barbara White, who hails from Agnes Scott, was chosen decidedly as this yearis chapter sweetheart. The pledge class landed in Fall Rush is considered to be the best ever. The Delts pledged one of the highest percentages of bidees on campus, all of Whom began immediately to master the Delta Creed. A visit by Supreme Court Justice Tom Clark, the Vice-president of Delta Tau Delta, was a high point and an honor to the chapter this year. Served by Mother Mac, the Delts enjoy more meals at home than any other fraternity, and the Well-fed members occupy a high number of positions in campus activities, honoraries and varsity sports, especially in the Student Council, on the Blue Print Stall, and in Sigma Gamma Tau. pulls one down tor the Delts. R. ,Guest J. Harwell E. Joy 'F S? tw I 7 at gk- 0 D. Gunther B. Hatcher , is X Q-Q . ,x . . . I. James G. Kelser x Q N M F L. Hamer .., .,.. ...A- . fi ss . 'Assn wr?- '-.gix ' JSR -V,. i - J. Hopkins .,.. -a'r 2-.L +-W 'l3'T?fsi'5? liz ? v. N, . P. Johnson K. Kennedy 3, Xe 15. . A :lt- Y 5 . N ai HX 97 -1351" it .. 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" X'--22 i I X 7 i e S :Q 5 X- . c- -R3 Kr.: Qxxsi X X XM . was ' P. Newfon f ' 5 jg, 1 ff Q, 1, . - Q-we 'W 5 2 uf f D. Owen Bob Tolberi, head grease-man. ..,.,..,, 1. 'ie if: 3 -,E.1::5 f..1X-:-ERS - 'f:E2:'w5.2 237 ., X5 y , S 55 N X + -. 1 ...,. SSRN io: 1- .- . XXX -at 3 X S. Nimmer 4, -. M I 'ff I 1 2,747 f " ' W 4 M , 'W -2 A ff' RZ if ilk R. Paul X X ' , .lev Tiki . ' R fi M. Piclcels wg-71 , se Eli Q U M. Nipper u i R. Payne ,..., . ., .X, B. Popp 3 RAT? KT ' 5 T. Ochs 5 -':b.X x::Nfff::- .21 es .Xie-Q -- 1... Q .. 'A - me e .Y E. Phillips XX e w Q X K NX N Q- .li R. Porfer Easierlin pu'l's if over. Bill Burion in his 'I-hircl-place whale The "Reck" has a wreck of i+s own. V Sficky Williams makes a grab for if. S. Prafer F. Shropshire M. Varney X . Six as as A x N SN Q ' E Qi. X ,,. ,, .. . xg R. Raines ...X .X s X. S. , ww , , X ff ,I . X X x J R. Smi+h . . 5 W . . 5 5 Q So P sv X sf S., X K Q ':1'5i.. .. ' ""c-.Z- ' D. Vohs Qi 5 9? . X N w ON Q P. Ra msey A -1. -.,,:a.0 1: X W- X Nx X. 5 X. T. Smiih R. Ward s f C. Rice zz, , ..,, fswgsi 'r Q. , 51:v31,.gx f - ,N ., . XX X 3 Xb Ss k S X5 4 X QQ ' CQ 5 . ax -5 if xg ly . .yea W. Smifh . 'A X X x w .XX J. Warkins X 4 4.-sf-fs' 1 5 u nga 'F V A N ws.-2. X 42" -:Gif Mx ,Q . .0 2 Ye . K D. Robinson B. Thomas A lense momenl' 1:2514 - -2 Z. . SQ . , A! ""vY , Us mmm. 2 ' fri? A , , v . D. Rouni-ree " M., '- ia ' My mi: - 'xi W rea. '- riff . We-. ' B. Tolberl' C. Wen'l'z D. Wear A Deli and dale live if up. Presiden-l . Vice-Preside Secreiary Treasurer . Q ...iv L. Sadler RSYN1 :Q :if .1 A X. . , S S is ii J. Trask 1 f Q R. Wharton 1. w . W? A af ir . f S , 'W x - , - ' :f 'f ,.3.ef:s- .... . . .. YW X M. Sarfwell F3352-5E'f' x gag: , . . . I9 5 96. gf. ,K Q ' ' WH ,. 'X . ,, M. Travis - .K .. he '13 m sc' Q ' M. X yb Q K 'bw his x ss X' S ASM 'sfiif 'X .fl K. 'xl sv' . ...i ,,., .. T. Williams 1 Z as ' if -I' 1 1 'f QQWX ga e .M 'P M w ff 4 V. Williamson While . Winsion Duke . Jim Long . Dan Hariley Fred Howard rl.. ' 5 43 X 3 , r ed 5 Q .-were ' if N53 s 5 v We S K- W. Woodruff H. Young ,GW 'WGN J. - f' -'056' , ,, ,,i ' 'bfi' f,f774g.f 'f ,J G D. Aufin .,,. , rx 1 'w f . 4 If Q, nf 'Sex ,y ' -. , ff' B. Burson mit 32.1 , - ' ,, lug J. Carswell . f J A 1 L.. .,V:. . E. Gibson Presideni' . . . Joe Powell Vice-Presiclenl' . . Bill Ellio'H' Secreiary . . . . Dave Jones Treasurer . . . Dennis Merion Joe Powell, Presidenl Selby's clo " p,,...1.,',.,,.-f v.., . . V. -Am, 71 I! I K 4 ,M 5 ff .1 ,r Q Q Q25 , f W. Dirkin :Wx -' . ga' I ,V-11-1 1 . . H . A .1 A 'fin -2 aff ,, , , ,, Jw, wr W nj .WY Z f f yi I 1 , ' AA f f-wr - X59 V .f.' NI. Greene -wnfall Wm. Dornbos ,fl -fl J. Haeger 'E 1 Af f I - -law.. ' f 14 Cf: , , , ' f .4 f,-1:' ,mpg A F. Endorf 4 f Q. J. Hanchey :if H5 I 5 Fred Ficller, . , 6? , , "-' J fy, Ag T. Hari ,,' f 7 - - f . f -.np ,, V' DU's all round a+l1le+e H. Johnson D. Kinard Q 9 5 4,, .,.,,., . M l M i f ' 1 if "-17. 5 - l l . . ,... l Q . - ar- 2 C. Lawson W. Marsh :red Endorf tries to stay on the wreck. I in Up ilon Fidler 'fakes out after Phi Sigma Kappa. ' f.i:r,"-' ' 2:31 , ' it , 'V 'Af ' " ff ' , ., ,, ,.,., ,. ' 'Z fV if '- Wt, 4414 .f , 'I ..i.f dye. A ' I 'fwtzzyizfgtr 4,,. 555,-.Luft ' 1 y., .QL93'v'3 'Q 'i Q' . if-ff ' . " " 4- ,f ny?-ZW, vf,-,54 5 '. fF5Q::gZf51 nj 95 .4 Q ,. . , ...:Va-:fs ' V 1V ' 'Q ig gf ' ' t V i "" Q 'swf' ' .H ' :e.V21V .4 ..: 'X "xg 4' 1 V " ' V, . . D. McCoy L. Micldlebrooks G. Miertschin B, Powell E. Selby E. Slye H. Smith 35. . V V ,, ,, -. . . ' 1 V rp gg: ,gf-ip 1 at-Q 2. . . - I A ff F ,,. V W -iii 'L V H fa., 1, Mi , Vx ,I 7, ,agp ,,,:,l 1-.V 71.7 324 V My w r: . . V2 If . Wt af V, V V z - A As- -3' 1 ' V. , ,. . ,V V J- Steadman W. Sturgis P. Traughber A. Turner J. Wallace K. Warren H. Whitehead T. Yaksh Delta Upsilon, the youngest fraternity on the Georgia Tech campus, has the additional distinction of being the Only non-secret fraternity here. Founded in 1834 at Williams College Delta Upsilon was organized as an anti- Secret society to oppose the fraternities already at Williams. The DU's have never lost a league football game Since their arrival here in 1957. Their fall recruiting Crushj resulted in the largest class ever-18 men. House- mother Bennett keeps care of the new kitchen While the chapter sweetheart, Virginia Bremer of Oglethorpe, Watches the boys. i tffja? -'T' ' ' -"E" -21.3 . fxxzix X 5 X egg: S as Q 3 xx 'kk.. I ' nfl' A I 1 gy: I E H. An+le 1. :SKY Q -, fs., P. Cooper Ken Dane, Presidenjr f. . in E C. Corbin .,,, - 4A,E.:, gn x 2515, N . ,wg- NQX X e QX x X X X Q-mx N X . 'X V . 2 N kk X X , , , Ng Q L A W. Avery J. Babb P. Brown M 5 l r w Jim Hunfer plays iock for KA cause. J. Devine f v' -. x S X Q . .Q e A xi C gi 1 Q Q0 No A :. A O. Ellars n i i ILM! an A an ,Q D. Ellwanger C. Fara bee The KA s+erilizer . . . fdoes ii' work on girIs?j 5 W. 1-. , .-: 5 M .gl .T 1 . . -vm . ii .3-. -.,W,, , , .V x f .r zisw-Seri . - e f ,. f X Z " 1 '-'fir-'-.W f .. . Q. V N r x w X N X., 'xx X' A A .x 2 D Q 1 ll? 1-5.11: 1 . if 5 If . M K Gilberl- R. Goodman B. Gracey W. Harrell H. Harris il' on 1'l1iclc, Tucker! W. Hood ' -1 SV u5:53'35:5:kl: L 3 i was f .X N . ik 1 ...I , -.X J. Johnson ..V,.,.,.,.,.,.... ...,,,,.. - S221-1.':' "L .' w'?... ., GNC "5-ii .. ' g 4- 'fV' .9'?43?:' L. Jolwnsoin J. Kelly ... is , ,.,.,. E T . Kirkland P C. Lewis Burl' and Herky lead "Hoi Nurs' " Song. Presidenl' . . Vice-presiclenl' . Secrerary . . Treasurer . . Ken Dane . Jim Kenr David Presron . .lim Hunfer ,- ..evf,..,- .,.,.., f frsrffr .X W . . M . . QE X 2 N ,,. 6 A D. McCa my ..- P. Skidmore KA prepares for 'l'l1e Green Wave. ' . ' .. Fr ' 5 F- ' 'r H 3 V. ' 'a3,"':5 E V - ' , s 4 Q V . , I 1512- -.f , xnwwx k x .rr KX s. 9 A a . 1 Q . Mi+cl1ell J. Oliver J. Perryman W. Phillips D. Pres+on E. Pusser ,pa Larry Kelly follows inlerference fo sei' up score. Now wl1ere's 'I'l'1a'l' fire l'1ydran'l'? Ken Dane blows ii' oul 'for olcl KA. cl ppc! Alpha 3'5'T45'5Q.s-' - WFP' '?SiT5, ' 5:16-: T .--as -i -- , .,. .f .,.,. , ze- gggy :anim wa.. . . '- Fe ar: w-ima. , 5 1.3 ,I Q -,Q . ' ' S115 ' K4 ' . f , wa- ' ef me 2-L.:,.,:N' , 4202-' SY :awww 1:1 A. ls -' wwf' -, ' 3 - . L. Sml+l1 S. Smith H. True A. von Schlegell C. Wallace W. Waits The fraternity of the Old South, founded by Robert E. Lee, Kappa Alpha is perhaps the most colorful on the Tech campus. From their backyard cannon to their Gen. Lee wall display the KA's are a quaint picture of deca- dent aristocracy. Big partyers year round, the brothers really blow it out once a year at their Old South Ball, this year to the music of the Zodiacs and Delicados. This year the KA,s made their breakthrough back into the sports world, after three successive years of blank seasons, by winning two basketball games. The fraternity has two Student Council Representatives, the president of Alpha Kappa Psi and a 'lvery select Tube Club." Brothers Bill Marshal and Larry Tucker held editorships On the Blue Print and other KA,s were active on the Other student publications. This year the chapter se- lected as its sweetheart a Southern Belle in all respects when it chose an Emory student, Miss Angela Harrison. A party in the KA Tradi+ion Presiolenl . . . . Mallie Price Vice-presideni' . . Jerry Vaugham Secrefary . . . . . Bill Kirlcsey Treasurer . . Warren Wheeler Mallie Price, Presiclenl uppu lgmu K S' McConnell explains workings of display 'I'o Carmichael. '- " :.sigf" .ww NX? H. Benne'H' R. Blaclc R. Blessey D. Boclenhamer ff " - 1' ff: ' , 4 ' . J. Carlson W. Carmichael W. Clark C. Cunningham D K. Brown Xbox ix N .... M. Davis ,,1'J?Q. awk, M' - A , as is iq DAN E 'H.g,,xf,w Q' - Jud -YW- :ff Nr' wig '? . ,. gs 1 X .nfs x 5 X iz Y Ei: X N 4 C. Bursi . 5 , . F . ss N. .QW ' X Q Q sa X Q X 358 . s- C..- .X x A X KN? K. Qi:-sr A ' L. Duff D. Calbos ggfw zvsmgxvw .Q X X Q- yr" fx 959 . . x . I T. Farrell 52 f " wE.g.2g,j.f3 5, f f .6715 J. Franklin 'Q ' . --QM , F " 51' ' x P-:ggiifffs F. Gill ,,,.':3g:gQs.,g5n , Joe Colvin and Pam enioy Black ancl While Formal. J. Hayes " . .. 1 I ' ' J. Gordon F F L W. HocuH' Wardlaw's baclclwancl gives boosl' 'lo Kappa Sigs. A. Hyre .. f we wang H 2 . 1 X xg . 5 L .33 ' iss Yo ., , ' 54 V y M. Manucy I M. Payne X X X N X N Q Pix Q 41 'L :QA Q Ns 'X sg sk ,Su Q N- 9 QS. ,W . W. Kerlcsey 2, , . , s DSN, 534 X W. McCall S. Perry -'...,.:,4, f, ' 2.4" 2x.wQX+w A ., , X '63 ..5.,-3.-fi.. ? ' ' C. KnofH' . 12 ....,., ,, , -..A , Kf W N :XX .K RN .'...,,.., ,.. if ., M. McConnell ' Qf .':.::Zf' Q. .. , VA X -f ..,,. . SX! gf ww. Q QR 8 x Key N g Qs Q -.554 . . ,m,.- ,-35.3-,5 Q... M... V. .,,f 1 ::- .- .., , Iwi! L. Laney Q ,x 1 ' ge s s ,......,...,b . L 2 sc...-1. -,J--1..4g:..s.. .sv 5 S' . , s x W. Moore ,.,,L . T. Lewis fl ge 1 .2 an-1...-.f.. ' . 1::..5:-3:-a1.z, -- Q. X .X x sv . G sf' ss - f, ff.-4:-"' 9 a 4 wg. 1 R. Morris 5... Q 2 iw-. 'Q all X max Al 5 fl2:5i.:flj. wif. ' , . NX Q53 x M .kg X 3 X X A '- s ,. v . . X 9 is .QW ...N X T Q B. Pouncey W. Puryear D. Reglslef , VAII, ? I- . , F Q. 2 XX. ' , K .F X Q S5 W S , L , B. Lobrano L 'L fer' A - S. Munson 129 . Nr ' Q ..f. ,' " gg. -M 0. . 1 Q W Q 5' A e f . ewzzgg V 3 Sm 3' 'i ' t, Q2 X5 , 3 Q X .5 D. House 4 ,,, V, M. Manley 4 ,. v ,.-. .' .fs-z:..,E gy B. Murral1 Eggner nails display in place. .lolm Hayes and Cheryl prove formals can be fun. Barbara Moulcler receives cove'I'ecl sweefheari- pin. .,,,- , Q. -f.f,.:,.:..5-'sw-1 211' fe , . - Y - .. r,,. G r ' 1 LQ NW' X 5532: - 15" -"" 2 .- ' -fgjfssw. 4- 'X '1' f -, J . I ' ' 515 R. Parro H. Schoelzel C. Seay J. Sl'lUI'bS'l' ' if f " f SQ "5-If 212-315 '-Q ai' 'ivfw 'a - Q Y S " 9"' -. -Ffiill ':1'i55j5: f B. Smii-h J. Smifh L. Spence J. Sfepp J 4? f Inu 'af K 1 ' K . is . ' J. Taylor W f I I 1 The Black and Whiie Formal, held at 'rhe BiH'more 'l'his year. D, Theme .lim Smith shows how Kappa Sigs win every 'l'ime. The Kappa Sigs have had much success in campus activity this year. Brother John Hayes was elected student body president, Brother Don House served the student body this year as vice-presi- zlent, the chapter's intramural football squad ran up a campus first place for the fourth straight year, and one of the brothers came in second in the UMOC contest. The Kappa Sigs also claimed the IFC treasurer, and the chairman of the Honor Board. Keeping their decorative rock painted white was finally given up as a hopeless cause after it went through five uninvited changes of color. chapter sweetheart, Miss Barbara Paign, Who later in the year became Mrs. Glenn Moulder, crowned during winter quarter at traditional Black and White Formal. As in past years, the Chapter had an active social calendar planned by their able social chairman, Brother Wayne Sykes. :eg 2.1 - ' ' ff " H " WSE 1 ., , " ,sf .. . .,4, f . W til gl,-eff e ,f . e 9' J- Tillmen w. Toney w. Wheeler e. wmieme A. wise J. Wolfe 522225251 - . . ' Qfixg as A . N. 'X J. Adams xv ..g.,:w:z.a:5:g ' .Q .3 lx XQSQ Pm X X S .SRX ,X Q X .?g,, y . K. Boalrig hl' Na v. - aww "'?"l'f1. rf I fx. 41? ' ' X . ' J. Brown 1 J. 'Siflaf' X vs - 'K . my 5153. ,X Q. X W. Adamson '."'e - Qu fr X 1 2 H1 C. Boles -54 .f,j":b. .?Qf:f, W. Burriss w Lambda Chi Alpha E EBSQ, 6, V!! ISF! Rafi IQ ll A E is is gd gigiv Q , K A 'Nm ai 19: 'QF VQRUQQ Xwrag Magi? Q wmQ 15'Qm'3 A fl Buddy Brown perches on wreclc near new porfion of house. ?Sx2SwWW??' .. was g s ragga. , - -. M: J, . . -qs. .Q Q MW .. K 'few -N. .- gimp IEE: 'aa Q -r ,,.... . . . .-,wa 1 .. '31 ..2:-- A- - 52 --1 -.3 Q' g p . im , 1 :Pez . A -. ' -1'-tis . .. - -+ ., I4 u .4 ' ' .1 'V' 3' , fi ,, ' Eifzfr--an ' . I.. I R. Albrighl- J. Baker :sua-.w.,,,, 5 aa "3 G54 r X Q. r K1 y X - '5y ' f - " J' -. . .. I g..1.,s. R. Boni'l'a'l'ibus L. Bourgard . :: .5 XB' K' . . . 3 . R1 r 1 5, , .K if ' ' "li ' l R. Cason M. Collins "I learned 'ro +wis+ in my Maiden'Form." The Lambda Chis' bear placed second. 5.:.sgti.:f,s.E:ffg..':5 :::'i'-1j:532T1If532 3 -,':.ss-.Sa-era.-,.1. n1.......:...,:.-.1.:.,,. af.,-.... ., 1 --f- .:.. :.-...: 5 .,.,. 5 ' -lx, Q, 3 v- 5 . 4 'Nb' X N R Q X N ft "Z.-"ISIC-,I 033. ,J - . Barnard C. Beadles A xx... J ..,. 7 , is A .h ASA X . J. BoyeH 'Win -7'?"Q"I1' Niiwzlwf f 3q1Eix'37Y SJ X-IF: -A . X-Q 4 Q-' , 3. X J A I N 5. . J. Couch .--vw kagmfrlm ,EPEPQ amuse 'QEEQ Q 6 4 M QQ .. E ' lax .X , mx six. X X na? fl ,A 0. Ben'l' ,, I- . ., 5 V. , , ...ASF SYS Y l 2 x Q we f .9 Brazil 5 X .SJW N331 as , XXX 2 .og X r 5 xg? x ,R F. Coyne R Cumble .-..-ff-W avi? ' :vw Lf- ' I'--'f , .w 4 5? syggge 'ii " y. K Q R. Dillon A v " fa I P i ' , Y ,sg 5 's .rf is A Q xv -.413 ' " A . ' J 7 W1 if is K. Domingos :553f'2fZ!E 1. Q."-w. ,,,v D '- -F4 A John Sfowe Presldeni' W. Fisher J. Ford ii'-?'E6?5? 'fy W.,1,:P1 simwew- - ifwx . ' Q :Qi-21 , f' ' gf N -. ' J. Gazzo Sx .,: -3, fy X. V Q N 'W . X , WN 3 J. Geise X x A. Harris Joiner sla ms 4 f af , ,,,1T? . f f M2 :V xii. ..., I X 1 -A x xx X Ng . N J ES Xa 2 f Ni Qs QNW, X 4 Sm, , .. xv x D. George . 5 ',,3,5:z : S "Y o J. Goodpasfure if' izgw .M 'N .Zwz ' " 25-KBTMZA , , X .. ME-1Li1':': , 1 .K ,lv H -g . 2+ .4 mr 1-.fu -53:33 -w . J-1,2 - " ifief: 5- .. ' of gh H E. MQ? ,,. ky, L . A . 1 M. Harris R. Herr a perfed sei. 133 Presideni 0 4 Vice-presideni' . Secreiary Treasurer -' 41244 X gif 4 4 of D. Maugle 1 7 W f if f 1 ,J 4-' f 1. , "WCW W? , R. Rogan Q12 ggmww M4 1 ' ..-.e,1.1:., if M Sparks fly as Lambda Chis prepare wreck. am u l Alpha I. bd Ch' . John Siowe . Carl Joiner Larry Bourgard . . Ken ScoH ff va? M 'V 5 9 9 - , , 761. E'1?2V:I' ' - ' M 5 WZIZWQ " 1 ., K - ,, , ,:,, .. . f , ,wflifff . , .. , L. Hess Z 11 -' ' TIL .,,.w:..,. . H, 1- wily.. MZ. Q pw: A ,Ig 7-FST' - 5 ff -, 1 . 7 X l Q 7 Q 71 l :ff qu f l 'U r rf X X 1 T T. McKinney J. Middlebrooks W. Molloy .L -A 3:4 'il I:,':-:Z it ' L 1:4 z . ,, V 0 vw, T. Roper I ZAE will 'iii ..,. if V 3 Q If A A . Kennedy G. Lamar P. Moore W. Moore J. Larkin f .3 'si ,r X ,. A T. Pepi+one W je ' " ' Wpsizljg sf -'fr-jf a ' T", -.7 2-,3 fag J v- ' " X -' V-.f :um . . ,- 4 :L-.ft 5 . yt- me ,. K 3 . .. , 221. , fin- .gil-...I ,. f My sf . M . ,gg 5f5Tl1'?-FL - f 'e if 5' 1155 N Yeah ' ' 'X E'Z '.. , ff , . - - 4 -' ,M .3 .. , ,i Q4i I .' v".f . 7'. 'W , ,:,'Z1.2i:2.f. YQ 4 ' , 'V -I f 9.3234 ' ,si 'W R. Rowland L. Schuliz A parI'y relieves school pressures. K. ScoH' W. Swais P. Ternlund , f 4' ' f J. ff , f, , ,. "A ',-.' .14 fi , LJ ,f 4 if, I' J. Lafham l K' ' 9 ,249 1 x J. Pulliam J. Tilley h .,p:,f.a1.a,-...W-:.' f ' 1? .4 L N. Maddox 2 It 4 A A R. Reynolds . J 95? iiimli 2- is 1 .4 J. Trudel Lambda Chi par'l'y room s'l'ays busy all year. ' -, ,f ' ,V 5' 9 ,- I yr . 1 if , f ' :I I f' L . ' ' 1' , ' "" T' DT' if 9 . . 11. 2,411 '- ' ' -' ,342 1, 1. 'rzizfll "5 ,ffff I Q X gig s V. W. Tyson J.. Vengoechea - -' -- "-"W ' --.' 5 . ,, R. Volavka J. Waclawski fig , , up was f A in E. Walsh P. Wellborn C. Wemmers :S 54' 1f'f4f-211 ' . - s :everal varlehes of exhaust pipes are displayed. J. Wesf J. Wicker D. Young llzred Sharp-rwo fisled party boy. l Lambda Chi Alpha National Fraternity was founded in 1909 at Boston Uni- versity. Despite its youth, it has grown until it is now one of the three largest social fraternities in the country with one hundred and Hfty-one aiiiliated Shapters and over eighty-two thousand members. The Beta Kappa Chapter, founded in 1942, has, under capable leadership, shown significant progress ln the past years. Rushing has met with unusual success lately, and plans for completing the house are well underway. The chapter's primary social events are "Founder's Day" celebrated in the spring of each year with a day Of "meditation," and the Crescent Formal, when the sweetheart, the Crescent Girl, is pinned. This year the Lambda Chi's were proud to announce that their housemother, Mrs. Gladys J ones, was selected as their new chapter sweetheart. N mszswg' 'ry wx.-'sr-W mb. .., :sm .,,E 'F 1 L . 1... - D. Bayer - ' , ..., i: - K Sx 3 ZX gg X X .5 :X-ef. 5 ,fy X Q x R' Q X Y , IS B. Brown 7 X . Z, X ,. Tw. 2 'W so 92 - Q s ' NC' . T. Aiken :a wife-'-Sassy... - .,,.,.,. , . sf 'r ff s X x V RK ,kg E. Beacham ....., . ::. .ng , Yoh .,.,.. ,. .:,. 5' 'I W. Bunn Q . w we 1 5,5555 W M C4 X qs X X . ks J. Clarke x S5 . 'isiiffiks X SX A. Erickson X X 14.1 , .- ...sw D. Ausfin x X .X Q .. . X, X - s X :'fg.5:2.ex . fa G. Bilbro A Q xx SX X NX R. Burke r X W. Edwards I B. Fischer The lengrhly process of wreck building begins. Hampion Logan In perfecl' 'Form ai' ihe spring '62 'I'rack mee'l' Dennis Sirickland shows rhe band how. Presidenr . . . Buddy Baker Vice-Presidenl' . . . Ber+ Brown Secrerary . . . Robby Horak Treasurer . . Coleman Tidwell - , X N .Q i Y XXX 56' ., .1-QRXN far.. -. . . . R gg wx H V .- -'L-I K... . s X E A .... K KK in gg.. gs WJ -ts - ' ' A ' +:,+.,- Q - -.Q 1 i N . ? Q , B. Fihgerald M. Gannaway R. Harcleman R. Horalc C lgom QAOYQ wi, , -h is li :J . . .... , ' f 1 N N . L. Jaillei' A. Jo . hnslon T- JONES B. Kennedy H. Leacllngham hi D lin Th ia "sl Baker, President men who wear the Sword and Shield at Tech are iine of the traditions and standards of an older fra- Thirty pledges were greeted by the brothers on steps leading up to their colonial style house last Sunday. With Buddy Baker and Bert Brown ding the way and the pledges working hard, the Phi lea IDelt's had a fine year. They continued to show their fight and spirit in intramurals by taking Hrst place in tennis and second in softball, football, and volleyball. The Phi Deltis like nothing better than a good party as shown by their Christmas Orphan's Party and Bowery Ball this winter. A new addition to the Phi Delt's this year was Mrs. Jordon, their new housemother. They also have several leaders in campus organizations, such as the President of the Bulldog Club, Vice-President of the I.F.C., and one of the top men in the I.E. Department. In almost every varsity sport-football, golf, track, base- ball, and wrestling-you will see that Phi Deltis are well represented. Since its founding on the Tech campus in Tune, 1902, the Georgia Delta Chapter of Phi Delta Theta has continued to stand among the leading fraterni- tles on the Tech campus. The Phi Delis show originality in +l1eir display. " - - - .,., . -i-"i'i f . t X , . .. G. Lee R. Lemeri' S. Linion A- t...,.e r... nf. " - s 'f , R. Marhn F. Matthews D. McCoy 37 M -,w 2 , 1 3:4 , ,f if - 5 if x H. McRae rf- 1 3 xffgszfrjgwff .-U, - 2-QM, Q' ' 1 ,. jf A9 Q54 Wi 9 e , ez, 1-G C. M os el ey b X , Q .1 ..,.A 'Q ,. A I A glllfw ' '.. 5 1, 5 ' f 767 i:g1f:f'l 1 5 ay Qg -fgl Q , ' . 2' 2 2 ' " I if 7 1 J. MoRae " fe 'vviyf 1 2 C. Sclireeder 24 1 A lr ' ' WW A . , is Y i qqw 1 C. Sco++ J. Smi+h Mike and Ralph learn aboul' Phi Dell' PaI"l'l6S Phi D lin Th Hal Beaver and Dickie Bird leacl +he defense. Mike Irby explains how 11... . K 1 , A 'E F112 Y wer e V . in E. Siam evfam wk ., - . ' 1 Dx 5 ., v 45 . ws " X sf sf' X x P ,, - ' :IQI ,, Ze I yi M X 2 1 2 wi gg' ig' J. Sfarnes . . Q x . Q A valiani' eFFor1' by Johnny Williams R, Tanner J, Tidwell 1 Edge on his +hi-one A friend of l'he Phi Dells 'xiiiffs 'I-55. 'N ' - ' " - -1 :ws X me f 'iff--ff, Q- 1:4355 . 1: Q1 .wwf we-K. -. f., zfws.:-:fra as . -. ' .K 1 s fi V. - ,- ., er:-, V .-.-' , ., '. . , -Q.. -Ng' . mtgxf. fs: ,. -mi L 1, ' . 1 xl ,. X V' -L 1. J L V . 1 il A E. Varner W. Ware W. Webb R. Willcox J. Williams C. Young x , M. 5 ' A N D. Sfricklancl i' " ., - -13' F 4323+- .,x9.x W pf- SJ , ,., Y Q G . x 4 , , ,, Q X X X Rf! fi ,Q A Q . N new-M ,J 4 Qi uc 'Q J 153 , ,X . , ...si C . B a c lce r rsgwv- . ' ' . .sf f fees - 35' A3 Q . E. Faber 1 FX www ss by . -, egg -. ry ,J K. Horwi+z if . .'.:', 1 -' 9 D. L. Kleinman L.. A A X X R is . Rv X V so ' .. Q1 R s N . X N MR. is YQ. f Q, 1" ,.Z54. x . XA Qin C. Behrman X X X ix Nix--X . Q.. B an Y. Finkle - g R RYE. N ifk I .3 'ms fx N - X A-Y .X OX rail, x S , ' TNQ . V , X . H x X? r .xx 1 RQ wi NYC Qs i X x .531 5 f B. Benaior -. , " '-favs " X 1 X," Q I H. Flank .-LJ. . . WX 1 5' S' X s i M. lhlcowilz M, Kai-er ' I 9 A all ' i N K. Lane R. Nalhan Linda enjoys remodeled Phi Ep house. A mighly iump by Bu'l'ch pu+s one over. ' ' Ir' sw-Iiwxi:-,:::I-war , .,.. . X ...,, . --x.-- , ' H 4. ia?-E2:.2ff' .Q 2"'f:J- A-MW N '-.WN nw - .. L 5. 1' s.,,,,. ' -a. a . , R. Brechner S. Bromberg S. Cohen B. Draisen " Q15 - , if-:MEX H f ' 'Q . awww' . G-' 1 X . ....- f ,Ks . s e - ss Lx W S. Freiman J. Greenberg L. Haas G. Harabediar A-. sp fy..-V Gil re+urns fo help wifh display. Presideni' . . . Harvey Shulman Vice-presideni' . Sranley Cohen Secrefary . . . . Alan Sheer Treasurer .......... Louis Kleinman -.L vga.. 1 l A l 1 1 1 i Y tiff?" '25i-f'f2 - QKWQQE 7 W ' ' 4233 f. 4 1 J 'Q 2 4 1' , f '14 9 3,3 ay'-f -f. ' WP' V O 1 ,, 5445? . , 9 I 7 I , L , V .1 0 412.1 ff 1 M g r 'Q , R. Rogen R. Rosen Q I , 'V 'S 62 i 1 B. Rudman A. Scher f'. 14.2 , Z .K Harvey Shulman. President H. schoninger D. Schwarcz v 522-1.1 sf?" 'I .w f iql .f'fg,,i-... 5 EQ: 2' H .sv '-'f.AQg: K. - vV.vk gig :,:i ' ! I Z.ZI'-grifj 4, , V 2 5 ' 3 1 fits- silt I , . -. . R. Sla+er S. Small J. Siiber B. Willrer A. Winkler R. Woolf Founded in 1904, the Phi Eps placed a chapter at Tech in 1916. Since then the chapter has held a constant membership of about fifty. This year the actives were first on campus in scholarship and the chapter as a whole, was third. The Phi Eps were again first in the Empty Stocking Fund Drive and won two stereos in the annual Marl- boro contest. In athletics, the Phi Ep team swept its league in volley- ball and went on to place fourth in school competition. In football, bowling, and softball they placed high in their league competition and individual members went far in the tennis and ping-pong compe- tition. Actives Don Schwarcz and Lee Baylin held editorships on the Blue Print and Technique respectively. After a forty-thousand-dollar house redecoration last summer, the Phi Eps claim one of the most modern and comfortable houses on campus. During the annual Dreamgirl Weekend Miss Eileen Perling was named Phi Ep Dream- girl of 1963. Thanks to social chairmen Low Deutsch and Alan Block, the chapter enjoyed one of the finest social years in its history which featured many parties with other fraternities using name bands. ,, , , 'M , Q, 4 Q , afyawf L ,if - 0 H. Slwulman 1, ' f-I1-J M. Zeisler 'Ill-'I Rosen watches Shulman chase down Phi Sigma Kappa. ,g 1 f Z . 1. . J Hi v if N 5 ,A ev- ,gill , , "f' A , g 'f . 'ff-'1 i Q A Ego! :f - . -' I ff,-.xl in I. 135529 fx? Y , K W X' G F T. Alexander R. Amis J. Arnold ,T ., 'FU ", J H I " 'QQ , "6 5 V32 V 3 Af 6 AQ 'ff , v m Q W' , B. Adler -1, 1 ,,., . . id f in if X Q 1 Q f ,af- f:'- ...: .3 S. Arihur A Fiii sels ii' up. . fi X. I R. Carmichael , . ' , fy we-. -N , .2-224 .4 'V 2 . . wiv'- , S., if . 1.-.Q was - J 3 4 'W f ii: ' .7 ,Z Xi: Q. H. Carler :.4,:fa . '.. 1 'wixfi J. Cole x za W., Eiiaiiii?-5 ' ' ' ' 42 W . . .,.. V A C. Ailcens X, 1-.ax - 2 'fl 1 L .KV k in , Ti JW" . YN' g' L. Bird -K," - .,.., ...,, , Y me A, W 15 F. Boone Q. , fffmq.. - - merm- gcwv.9:.gm.- 'fm wwf- .. QQ. S Q f R. Brannon . i-" :J W"! 4 will 1 A C. Brasfield fi, T. Brisbois 1 'Tp T' -M556 -- F my . . 5. 'fl S. Brown sa , Fifi .iffii gf ri --,1,::Ex5 YT . A t 1 P. Charrin G. Donohue A Fifi and his dale .... 4, XB .. sz .4 f' ' at f' ' .' ,iff- . Ag, . . al' fhe old Fiii house. zzwef' .Q . ,,..,. ,.,, , lrsf? in " 4 ez '1...S,4 J A J. Downing ' 1 'a ww af' , 5. -, ziififvfg S. Franlcum :-I 1 521 1 :G 1 , Z 1 1 H- Tab, A Q . 2.5 ' Fumbanks 'C' if P'2:fZ'21mw-fmfff-Plfifil 11 . -- -. .1 1. ...,. 1 ,M v W J XX f X Q, 1,2 'F f, 1121 , 12' 5 f W. Green l " H' 1- 1 x 3 f QL il .9 bf, W 13-5-sf' . Z2 -r X. A7257 l -5.22. M H Z ,:... , ' 11 V ft Q .' . E. Guilberl- H. Haney M. Haney H. Harfough Brancll, Presidenl' 5 . F9 "7 wx A , , Q I W. Henninger 411.'::La ' 1 Q 2105315 . . .izhf H 1552. M, 1. . H. Hull , gf!" :i'ef"E' 2' -5215 , :Q 1 12 K1 1.4, N511 f 1 R.H 1 IA ,Q Z ti' .I ff -. Wg 4-f . W r ill D. Hinely 1 1, , 1 , 1 601 1 ll 1 Q!! ' . ,, 7 gf rr x . , .,... B. Lamb The Fiiis engulf an opponent Presidenl' . . Recording Secreiary . . . Corresponding Secreiary . . Treasurer . . . . . . . The winner of +he cake race . . ' Dale Bmdi . ' 5 ne OUQ , Q 1 5 M' , 1 -Q ,- 5:31-3 3, - - .- ..,, - . .1 ssfa.,,.- ., - ,f..- -i .. Ulm Q - ' M Charles French .,., A' " . . . Tom Li++Ie if jaw " 'Q . :Z "" . "" i X .. ' f.f'.Pi3ii E ".2ss.21?'- ii' L. Yeas: .s---...ig v 1: -.fly -, f, g52'g1,..5,k-?'1l,laSgf wi :ag 3, ,. , N: 553911K-1:1 f fgff 'if - M3 ' :'45i'is 5? , T- - 2... rs. -. -- ' - . H ,-.155-V-- ' ,. .V r we 'Q' if I 5 i s gk'-,Q W A , .- A w , w x. Q.. I :ggi ii il ll . Q 1 U. . iQ 'i iii? at-rf-'22 "' f . ifl 1? ' ii 'NY-1' . -:- ..:: -. -N'--- x if ff:.':2..':s-Q .' -..F V . -T ' .. fi - - N QA A li V, ,ff-5 . , ..,4 I -2 - ' 'J ' ff: ,Q-42.74 jf. ..,.. 1""TiXXiG "" ..,,, l f X a ..me..+"' 'N A -I' - .' . ,Aa ,,., ..,J,s. 2 .. " ' l The Fiii's pride . . . 'iheir new house. l 1. I. l l li i H v i 7,.,.?fym1 f732'.9' , , W -, ,, 5- . wg, z V .jf ff' ' AL T. Li'H'le A f f-4 1 ,f-W ,V 0 4 - ' L. La Poin+e ,. . . Q 9. . X 5' . T J. Leasure . . . . collecfs his rewards. .'-f:r.':::.13m70'- vffrvgzwazw ,. .. - -. J . "" -. i,:..- h A r M- in -- v i . .'i-'5,,.a---y-effil.Vg..,3 ,,, F 1, fr 1 f ' ,,:g.3'r f. - 'fi-5-.13 ' ' c. 451 ' G' 1 i 1 in - ' -J, ' .3 , - f-gl a V J . : f L fr::.?.v C Q . :r Z: .. I V' R: I-rr? . - n J. Marbury M. Marino T. Masferson Wm. Miller B. Mifchell F. Miichell J. Mifchell fimf' iff.. .. cf 5, . . ' ' I , ,- we . ' . ll . .- A 1 .r L. Mifchell C. Phillips W. Solroloslxy R. Soper J. Pryor T. Reed C. Simmons W. Taylor A Fiji mascol I 1. 1. . I ,, M 25. ' YQ 15 1 W. Thomason r - n .. 1' -r 1 - ,izwzl V '11' f ,, 4 if Q A J, fg if f 1 W . ,-k A .f'., 2 'The Fiji's Greenie Gobbler at the Parade. R, wegse J, whijesgdes A. Wilcox I Q f !f' QU , f f , f , , t-fl,-Q lu 'A third Place Was the VGSUH- Decorations for fhe new Fiji lawn. Fall of 1962 ended a long struggle for the Tech chapter of Phi Gamma Delta fraternity- they finally made the big move into their new house on Fowler. Housemother, Ruth D. Shell, though, has just begun to fight, as the job of decorating the colonial structure has fallen onto her able shoulders. Fall rush, scholarship, and Ramblin, Reck building at the Fiji estate kept pace with the new lodgings, marking twenty three able new pledges, sec- -ond place in Fall Quarter academics and a third place Greenie Gobbler that just wouldn't give out, with the stamp of the Fiji. The brothers showed their talent for getting in on the Spirit of things around Christmas recess by taking first place in the Empty Stocking Fund drive in their fraternity category, and putting the rush on twenty orphans at their annual Christmas party. A cold winter quarter got the Fiji season into full swing and the brothers igot down to some serious partying with their Purple Garter Formal and the crowning of Sweetheart Janet Tippin. 45 Dave Baker, President P NF N 1 - 'V -F57 'sr ""f . ,, ,..,, E , A.A. hqii , i . Xbqq ,,,,,, in ..,. i ' A- ' . D. Baker R. Banks R. Barton ills 5555155 . ,,.. 4 - N- A ' K 1 E. Baxrer W. Boiakes D. Chew . Kew XN -v ' . " -'i: f"Nw?'xT" '- X .. , i - l is. wks,-s ..ls,l.- .. . ms . .s Ss-XX .. W... .N-xx. sw . . ..- M .. , . s -. W. Chrisiian J. Ewing V. Gracen H. Gregory President . . . . . . David Baker 1 V Vice-Preslcleni' . . . . Pairlck Sweet ' , .. Secretary . . . Charles Romanchuk 5 . if-:sy-fs 419,33 -' p1'f' .,-QI? Treasurer . . Denms Holcomb aair 9 ...,... J D. Huclgins C. Kapeghian Ji, AS.. Chuck makes use of pariy room. Fingers outstretched, Vernon prepares sei' up. Phi Kappa Sigma Fraternity was founded at the University of Pennsylvania in 1850. Since that time they have grown to forty seven chapters throughout the United States and Can- ada. The Alpha Mu chapter was chartered at Tech in 1904 and thus became the seventh fraternity on our campus. Alpha Mu was the first chapter of a social fraternity to have their own chapter house on the Georgia Tech campus. With the fall rush week beginning the social season, the Phi Kaps enter- tained all year long. The big social event is the annual Black and Gold Formal at which Miss Jean Smith found herself crowned Sweetheart for the year. The chapter this year formed a home-owning company for the purpose of building a new house. Scholastically, the chapter showed tremendous im- provement by coming in first on campus for the winter quar- ter. With the prospect of a new house the chapter looks for- ward to the future years. l i 'P'-:wif i - X '? R. Keiih I ,af 'A Lass" 'wi -, J. Lyclen ' -A2131 i .-S, ', ZZEIZPE f . fbL:'?"5 :nf R. Lyon C. Morgan 2 'oi Reeves siclesieps Sig Ep. J. Morris J. Parr v 1 Charles Kapeghian "sings along" +o Phi Kap music. P II' K 5: - . 4 . ,J i f x K v I Q . 5 1 X - -' mf.-1: .,1,, , ,., me M N ix V Ai, X . H X - A G. Pearson 'l. Spo'H'swood 1 X x x Q x M- X Nei N P gn:-.Q L N X We 'if 4 ' 4 7 W Y sf N 2 w 2 4 .L ,, . 5. iiiiifff' - R. Pigg S-I: ffl ia:-gf.-' ,- . lf' W ' , . J ' ' :uw-V' A . G. Siair sez.,:y,'2:g.-:::- . . , A X .. X Q, ,S 4 f lv . " .9 Q C. Romanchulu O Sigma M Y' Rx ms? X .Q 2 , . 5 fa 7 xx A D. Smi+h A 5 - ml., '. 5 ':- rg , , T, -e , self.-f k g"' f 'T ,lvfi-2: iw .W ' I S. . g 5 ' D. Tharp K. Van Voorhis Y' ' T . - X ., X x W x N is xl Q I 2' W. all L x z - F. Sparlaman . if 50: G. Zool: Clarlc plays l1os'I' ai' homecoming Glockner un gi l: 'Tl ' ii ' M' I ' , Hendricks E j 1 ' 1 f?ff4?, 1185 f '., ,A t fr I , ya R. Barfholomew 9 IQ W r V '-4 P .M is C. Bohanan 1, . , dl I 1 l J. Brown I ff will W' l W.C'unningham r' H. Duke V ., I J. Grissillo x R. Hesfer .3 ' Ll 1 1.55--gf 4-z, 15 . 5. R. Aikman H. Barndf ' -.LQ-1 'l 1-:f- 5 ' B. Brown 1 v E U 1 Q C. Childress .X I w9fk,, gfM S. Darrohn .,, , J B. Duncan - 1- ' 'wil -' T ' W "1 ' ' ... 1.3 . . l D. Grube l R. Hoffman Phi Kappa Tau American Banclsland 5' r K v :th ghd ' J. Cochrane l'l. COX . , V' . I ' ' 'fl . l Y . G. Day W. Dellac ' 5115, " : xv 3 .. V , '? 9:1 i 1' , E we- l " ml. " A' R. Eads A. Fife l I v I lk .g " T. Habeeb J. Hallman E. Hudders G. Hudson EM, , 42 luf'-,g.:, 2 v I .gy 2 l",l f 1 a , 'A 1 -. g Q, ' i l lam 1 4? , X f l Bruce Brown, Presiclenl' Tom slcir+s lefl' encl. li- .1 i ri 1 l . 1 L r C. George H. Henderson W. Huelsler .4 Phi Kap lashes a hil- . ,il . Q l D. Hunl Y Y it X . . .X . , , LQXQ-QQ I-53,6 1.-. ask., . 3 if ft 3 , X . I x G. Jewe'H T. Lemm-oncl 9 s li 3 '4 3 R. Moler J. Murphy MI if Charlie makes a perfecf sei'-up. J- ROY T- Russell Led by President Bruce K. Brown, the brothers of Phi Kappa Tau held a very successful fall rush and pledged fourteen new men. With even- tual plans for an entirely new fraternity building the chapter purchased the house next door to them and has used it as a study and dormitory area this year. The highlight of the year came when Dr. W. A. Ham- mond, president of the national fraternity came down from Oxford, Ohio, to visit the chapter. The sweetheart of Phi Kappa Tau is Miss Pat Dempsey and their well-liked housemother is Mrs. Gertrude Suchke. The chapter's social season came into full swing with a big Christmas dance which was followed in the winter quarter by the annual Carna- tion Ball. Phi Kappa Tau came to the Georgia Tech campus in 1929. Since then the chapter has grown in size and prestige. The Phi Taus, combining physical and mental strength rank high in scholarship and intramurals. They are well represented in many of the organizations on the campus. The spring quarter should be remembered for the beach- party held at Norris Lake. ll"s fairy l'ail 'rime. Presideni- . . . Bruce K. Brown Vice-Presideni' . . J. Clyde Roy Secrerary . . . . . Alex Fife 1 I '1 , 76 , . 74 , 2 1 fm '1 49 MV f . f X fff gf f ft ta i C. Mazowiecki 1, 7 feiiaz- 'if-gf ' 1225:-,:.f: , 1 I ,, " I5 A. Nieman . ggi X .P At.. F. Scanling . ' . -Ck sv 2-is I J. Tibbe-Hs 4 'J' - ., , f , ,.,..,, ' 1152 ,. , rg-55,5 E. Welsh 1....:eS.-:':':vm5:. fini'-i:j.-ia. - ww . . . H. McCoy ff-A -M - it C. Randolph nw ff ZW 4 gm A. Smith 1 . . -'iz A-7 .525-21 .o"f"'5' R. Underwood of 1 w . .,,. . , wszgyf - V .yi 567 3. , I -- ff f 1 mx . I R. Wilson "33f3f'f.-.vf vi. jI':j'f.1f5 vt ' ll. 5' M. Randolph MQW -Q... 1 -I zine.: -'V - 4-cw w"CQ..f . . 5--M ' 1 ff-,af f . fi ' R f ,f ' we Wu, 15' . WW X ff , f I T M. Spahr IQWW- . ..., ., fir e' ' ,N 31413622 :FF " .fa " 51" :N 'pi' 4.,j.- 'slit F.. na, ,..--,..,. . L ' 5172 v. .. . 1 3 '- ' L. Weaihers ,,..,. 1. ...ex ,X-sw N . - -eekmggga , . . .i.,..1.,.,,v KX' '11.ff- f' .xi '1... xlib C. Yo-ung Treasurer . . . Robe:-I' Moler Ron and Tom--last minute touches. Presrcleni . . . Bill Rinell Vice preslcleni' , , Tom Malone SeC"e'fal'Y . Jim Raicliff Treasurer . . . Jim Bailey 5 Tom and Patsy Malone in a party mood. Q A '? ,,r,. i- --rW. T y V. .T 4' i A IAV- r 1 A- 1 1 . . T rarrl- 4 P r L. Abbey T. Anderson L. Atkinson J. Bailey E. Baker R. Brooks F. Brosnan In 1873 at the University of Massachusetts Phi Sigma Kappa found its begin- ning, and in 1923 the Fraternity placed a chapter at Georgia Tech. Since then the Phi Sigs have held a prominent position in the fraternity system at Tech. This year the chapter pulled in a first in bowling, won second in their league in basketball, and third in football. At the present time the brothers are in the process of purchasing the house next door. The Phi Sigs are inspired to be a first rate fraternity by their Cardinal Principles-brotherhood, character, and scholarship. This year Miss Marie Dunaway was crowned Sweetheart at the big social event of the year, the Founder's Day Formal. Again this year the Phi Sigs were very active in campus organizations. The Phi Sigs are look- ing forward to the upcoming year with much enthusiasm in their new house. The Phi Sigs continue their endeavors in fraternity life. .lim's gloved hand reaches for ball. l l l i i 1 l .V ,sn :-1.1.40-M,..c-N-:-,mf .ae-az'-:-1-ri-.4--.arQ-.mwmwms-xfvrfeWow:-X-:f.:s. ---r' . sv -2- cps: rmxxaz, ts:-www -ze-az1-,:mx.m,:-1'-V.-' -szerfmaw l r l i l l l I l l l l Four Phi Sigma Kappas engulf helpless receiver. I Bill Rinell, Presidenl' 7 4 TY 55? f , M. Browin 1 M. Creek zsfzffif' , 1 af :yiffia . ,ig X " i:2Zf3WE"-f ' ' f 5' . nf M1 fr Q V 6-X J. Bryson , , ff Y x' 4, f 5' Q fi 7 3 K' X Mfg X fr, if S K. Daniel I I Al.j1F1f,i - Young Phi Sigma Kappa learns ways of dis plays. q . 1 . Campbell M. Case R. Coaies T. Conrad af gg: 1- . . Q .-: .V ti.-W , . A.. ,, Mp.. 0 .. . - 5. Q-:::1,f,, q ,ga- 1- ' .ffm zz. in-M ff f- '1 '. -, ' -F ,V 4 .w , V, , 5: A, ,.., , ,. L, ,,ql,,,,,., n 4 ,.:, ,, .:,i g H 'J gl f 3 if W g wwf 5,- D. Erilrsen D. Fay G. Forresi C. Gancly , ' n s-1 i 5 L. l K N , in ,EV . 3 S Q, sw! X NX f x X x X X xlxxiw X 5 N X P. wt K Sf' s . xf-N ga, i . S. Gardner . ..... . ,......,, :QQ ffl, ix K SE XS C ?.,g.:,.. 5 X E. Girard - 5 , X-SSX . , fi . N X mx 5 ' ie. K. Hall -- . ,N X V. .1 4 X HS. vi M4 be N rx 7, x X . qw Ji I mas:-.,. ' S Xe S . J- Home C- llev Malone charges 'lhrouglw Phi Eps. b ' 1? ...xxx . .Q ' may 'Q li, -- Q Q A , ,- Q- . "5 i f if ' lf qiggfiii - xi 9 N i Q , 'G ' s- I 1 ' ' V Jr " N S Q SW ' ' . l - I . J. Jamieson T. Kelley G. Kolpin G. Lee E. Lineberger O. Longmire El' c " " 54 Q if V" "TF C1 -i -if e 2 , . .f A' ,,- 5 V A 4... .,., N 1 A ,x ,I A I T. Mann D. McCammisl1 R. McCay W. McDonald L. McQuown W. Mefrailer Phi Sig ma Kap Bul' l'm under age! Jean, a familiar 'Face a'l' Phi Sigma Kappa pariies 4 xy 2. lf.. ' ,.s:" ., cs- J- R. Rufland ' W SL.,-vw-ww-1:-:ggwg,-'--4 - ' ' - s:v::g:a':-se-:za S W1 'i - Vi! .. ,' .. Fifi 1 'i3:2,kl,I : x Nm- :..s:sg::1Q 'N Gbw f, Nr . . - IX? p ' f--ry - - a -' f .,-VH -Q z2!g,v,s N .., M ...xr . NN.. , .. Dfw - . igrwqm f- - 5, QA .Mali W. Ry erse C. Schuermainn J. Simmons Scheurmann's reach is as long as his name. - . , is W xxx? . Eff, 'g .Q C. Smi'I'i1 V59 355 ,. gh E. Meyer .2 . -: Q-1 Ei5?77' .- " , Q A 'ii I fbi i 5 Q 5 E C. Morris iii, R. Moyer S ' 3 6 J. Norgard ' VX . J. Pogue X. Q 41 . -. , Sgvx X Q A R. Smifh A xr N " 25' 1.-q:!-...S-i.-14. V4 'Qi . X if X6 35.3294 15 x J. Rafcliff f, . -.2 4.2.fT1',. . X . , F. . . L S. Teasley W. Rinell ,X 25: AQ A f dv. X 1 ug NN 1 X x Qu 'S 5' SR 74 f Nli'Q'5iif'. 'Q ' ,F .. , Q . D. Whiff Presidenl' . Vice-Presiclenl' Secre'l'ary . . Treasurer. mfazff-..w:-aw -S I . ,, ,,, ,, , , .5 Q D I V 6 , W an J Q f 1 A 1 , W. Bond A19 'A' 'si 11 : . f ' 1 A 4 Q, X NM.. , . .,..9, f I as , ' li J. Carpenler xlfwm A :. ' ,M ' -..5- - - - 'Sb :'?: ' -'z 11 .7 , a '05 fm- - . .f':.g.:f,3,g, if f l if D. Bare ,iiif . fY2if'f 2 V "'- I L. Branfley r.-.M .,, .5 WQZ5 R 'i? f 775' " n ' c. , ' 5 A :J fr ' J. Carroll I I 1 ? D. Colley Qgzgmfrf J. Efhrlclge .3 .H :S ,Q lf ' 1 Q N. Coblelqh ' 2 l 2 . D. Cooper , Y . . . "2 -21.51 .aw-..f'.1a: .f .1i' .1-21:2 -W A 4 f " ri 1 .' G. Amelia R. Alkins 5fsy.........f5-5,.',:,5.w yi, V ' -. - A fr ' J: if-Q, 1:4 'ff4.fs,1jI,i:'E ' 1 M .. , ...,. ,, W. Bellinger J. Berry . William B. Hairrell . Larry Lowdermillc . . Jack Carroll , Lawrence Bramley Phelps prepares lo se'l one up . :, cw "lf S. Brooklng R. Ferrell Mac McPherson worlcs wil'l1 clona'l'ecl crane. -:WWI 53.52. . hw "Wi . . ' A rw 1 f ff " f 'Q Q -4 ' . Q Q. fffv '-G. ' 7 f . f-17. I, mg" S . if + V Q. .,!f..g -' j ,.:,21yv4fJf5' - ', . - 4, ph. I, 1-,,. 6 5. 1 V . ' 1 I . 'r 2 K ' li' 1' af- f--' ' A f S A 1 . ,A,,, . ' . R. Floyd D. Gore H. Gregg J. Gregory N. Grynkewich R. Hancock W, Ha,-,iss '7' . , I JQZZ? .lf 61544 'Z Wa' A ' Jn 1 5 '- I 4 'cn gn' ' . ,ff-ff-f' if ,U . .- 3:"f"l 1. st - Ya. ' . 3 1 ' ' ' ' " 775 1 '- 1' nk-Fzfg I 3 1.1 5 e I f I .V W Z K , 5 R. Hawkins J. Holmes l A i , . -frr 2 r 1- 4 9 'f -f"f' .. ,Zia 1.1 . f, 17,1 l Q f 41 1 1 :L , l 0 1 fl? 4' I I , , ff f 1 I l 4, f . -' f -c . 1 J. Howard J. Jenny QL QQQ A V J C. Johnson D. Knowles 6 lie i ip 1 ,T '. : ff , -- 4 1 e f . A. . .-., , . Sarah Haley and friend ai' new Pilce entrance. , 1, - WJ' :.'1"J-' W' ,, A A P. K N I I R. Landers C. Liisinger A brand new house with furnishings and thirty-three new pledges got the fall off to a rousing start for the Pikes. The morale of the spirited crew took another shot in the arm when their Green Wave took first place in the Wreck Parade. President Will Hairrell kept the Pike spirit up and the chapter pulled down an- other iirst, this time in the U.M.O.C. contest. Winter brought on the tradi- tional Black and White Formal and the crowning of Sweetheart Sarah Haley. In keeping with tradition the brothers are often seen buzzing around the campus in their 1935 Arens-Fox fire engine, which they bought last spring. Pi Kappa Alpha first came to Tech in 1904 when their house was located across the ex- pressway. Their next house was located on Techwood beside the present Teke houses. Nationally the Pikes are one of the five largest fraternities in the United States. The first Pi Kappa Alpha chapter was established at the University of Virginia in 1868. Since then numerous charters have been granted to the Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity at the best colleges and universities in the country. The success of Pi Kappa Alpha can be attributed to the strong chapters that have been an outgrowth of this building movement. On the Tech campus the Pikes have kept this tradition. Today the Alpha Delta Chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha has grown and come to be one of the most active on the campus. 1 . rr,,'t . tlt" A ' , "'f-:1 2 Q 1 . j- " A J. McKinnon B. Mickler R. Moore A. Moorhead R. Morris W. Nash R, Nelson Bill Womack malces good use of break. f 4 - 7 35, . ,f ,lx ? f 4 ,af K I ' f' W j f, Q . , 05' .. W. Neffles Y 7 ff W' A A2223 ',,',: ff 1 of R. Pahl Bill l-lairrell, Presldenl eff 1 ., 5,3 new .f " G. Palmer J. Phelps if Yi :se ' we lx B. Pickeff Soph Presldenl' Amelio swings as Pal' and Bill lead. 1 .llffm ...U , I 5, 1. . . K f 1 Y, lx, -Q' .' e x , .wp , , ,z ' Hy- SE. ': . . , ,, . ., :l ' 'K' ' ' Iii? ' 'E x ' "1 'Bei -' ' ft' . ' ' 53 X1 .. ' e- 1 - ' X wx ' . ' .1 ., ' "' , -, ' if gg." 1-as '- e . k ' 5 age Xa ?"'v v4 ffl, H ,S ' Z l Ki I Q 'l bl 1 3' 5 1 R . F 9 l ? Q x lx D. Sanders J. Sfickel W. Slovall C. Sfuarl' R. Sfuarl' D. Swann Pi Kappa Alpha Bob Pahl heads for first ,mgnx 1i7 -. .vx, u1 hmm.. aux Presideni' Harrison helps dedicafe new Pike house. "1 31.12" ,:e:zri2:2:-...Li -V G. Tremmel T. Turner P. Upson J. Webb J. Wilkerson ' ' 51257 I ,Xl .,.3,,.17f, mW..W.,.,, , f 4 9 1 1 4 if f 1 ff x' Q W. Womack ,K -1 4.7, ' 4-ff 41 ff f f ff ff? , f ff Q1 1 wwf f W f If ff A rf 1 .. f fl ,X ff , 1' 04 Q 1 L. Yarbrough The Green Wave wins a firsi' place. 1 Gregg mches as Leecy enjoys open house. 151 "The Crifasi bro1'l1ers," backed by Karr and Ely .,., ., , :z,..,:,- B. Baker S' x Y Q-vs. M Q ,ff 'Q'-ze. -'wie-an 4. x . . W .,.. . 1' ..,.. 12.55 - , x f is is R 2 B. Brown W Q A 'QS 1 S , xc ll A is N ww J. Benkerl' C. Brookins D. Brooks ei. . 1 we-..-I , gr fl - 1, .,.:-.,,:,s-1-Q: : U .fi ks 'raw - ::::'. --1.3.5 - 4 f., X vw ' ' 4 'l N. Carler J. Crifasi J. Derry l ,..., -- ' J 'V A, A ' I" x . ' Q D. Ely F. Field D. Forsyfhe Qilfilf' :'f41i::ff"5'Zz5f .. 'If Q - R. Gordon G. Heburn R. Hor'l'on M 3' Brooks figures +he necessary +orque. Presiclen+ . . . . Joe Kayes Treasurer . . Ber+ Dales Secre'I'ary . . Wall' Saye Hisforian Tom O'Connor V . tv . Vg 3 . Living nexl' +o 'I'l1e courls gives Berl' plen+y of praciice. . v - " V A f 1-X V ' - ' E' . J ' . J. Kaperniclx R. Karr J. Keyes C. King T. Latour Dell Brooks leads work on the wreclc. Joe Keyes. President Founded at the College of Charleston in 1904, Pi Kap- pa Phi is known as the "Friendly Fraternity," and Iota chapter is one of the oldest on the Tech campus. Since their arrival at Tech, the Pi Kaps have called sixteen different houses their home. Mrs. G. B. Sessions, who just moved into the present accommodations, has found a warm place as their new housemother. The Pi Kaps, having their usual good time, enjoyed their last Rose Ball as President John Benkert presided. Believing in the true meaning of a fraternity, membership has sel- dom exceeded fifty men. This years rush resulted in seven new pledges who were quick to meet one of Pi Kappa Phi's most distinguishd alumni, Georgia Tech's own Dean of Students, George C. Griilin. ' .. ,, ' ""' 13 Xi ,,,...s' " ' if .. X mil "" " if' H , sf T. O'Connor R. Plasiriclge J. Puclce'H L. Reinhardt 'W' 1'-2'-asm ,. Y -2 we i R . Snuggs ,-Q V--1: '. . ,-. yi!-" -.gr-:F 31552 ' W. Wallis E. Womack .Q,. C. Blaclcwell -w'..'1E-..f11.z"ff' . A N x Q :ag Q X Q Fifa' T. Fisher ,h , i M T if X i . A-Ms... ...V 44: S a Q V K. R. FUl'Cl1 M' -ss '3'r'r'f4Zzwzf'M' -W f -11-ff .fwfzwocfff , W .. .1Lf?a.-JV ' 412 7 rfwff ' 1- , , v 7 ' L. Gay ' . Ylsflfigiiifz - Na' 91?-ff' 2 F 'N Q X new :ku -Q V in J. Baldwin .1 N -j Er .X-12 , ...J R. Barry ...,.,. ..,..,, . . I if L. Berry 2:-X .N EWS X, , -1 'V 'Y-i'-" . ,.1, . ,N .N -:21. 3 - g .. . A. Bivins RX wx KN XX X' H. Bowden x 659. ' X XS . Q X s N P X S X N The E's lake a break. ' Q 1- .Ef'3W'Q V :fx F ' sf iff' ' E -, 3 . 4 ff. f ',,.Zf. -My V . fi - AE - .ff Q' sig' 1 i' 4. . A . " .. Ar 1 K h f I s I 4 T. Broome R. Caldwell M. Coley H. Davis R. Deas D. Dunn P. Ellinglon U. 74 Jx ,-4' ' K' il. i V K u l 4 5 B f ! V A A N s I L: -.--- -,Q-61.1.5 1 :afar ..:. ----- 1 Pai' Tolleson in fronf of 'l'l1e house Presidenl' . . . Jim Baldwin Vice Presideni' . . Paul Morgan Secreiary . . . Bill McGel1ee Bill Hare blows if our. Treasurer . . Darrell Glankler i A 7 47 4 I R. Gross . ,M K, f f ' 652 , gg! 5 -:-- KW - E2 H ff! 'Z 1 Yr? , f,?5ZVA"y i f 'fm-'K ', D. Gray 1- ff T I x Z 1 2 55 I-z:ez:z:.f M gf 2 In Memoriam G. Glenclenning R. Goodwin Joel Eaves, November 23, I962 'Sigma Alpha Ep ilon ,q.,n7,M,,,v,,,-,-,,, . ,. , ,M ...W-,,..,.... 152 - 9 41 : I mai .., f ,-+C! R. Hall W. Hare B. Harringlon G. Haslam Jim Baldwin, Presidenl Terry Hall quarlerbaclcs 161 ' ' ' fir. -if f .1f'!". V .- 'HIW4 ' 1 , 4 " V fzf'li'7 , 'W , ,Ydffih Q field f- rf A. Hawes M. Higclon N. Hightower 1 Z f'A1A J a 5 "" f - A A , V - ' . F. H shead The Green Slave and 11's mas'l'ers F- H"'0"5 L Hogan 09 L l 2 ,,,. . V- .-4 ' 1 . 4, 2 1 - X' 1 ' V A I ' ' . ' ff!! 1. I W ' 'Q ' ' . I N - ' ' W. Johnson J. Jolly A. Jones D. Lambert J. League J. Love R. Luedllre W. McGahee QA 5 , f if iv -. .I .pina-. lf?452lf L. McLencion O x f ' 4 -Z ,fy 1 qw 6 f B. Michael 1, -,,,.,, , . We , Wa ,wh fy' f ,f , . W ff 4 A y I f 4' . , . . 1 9 f ay X H. Moss f xx Zolly worlcs ou'I' Q lf? ti ,lf W W . ' P T An athletic president L- NS-SSG W- Parham J- Parke' Carrying the purple and gold into almost every activity on campus, the brothers of Sigma Alpha Epsilon completed another year of upholding the traditions that have made the chapter so successful in its 73 years at Tech. Jimmy Baldwin's capable leadership car- ried the fraternity through a spring of sports and parties that will be long remembered. Linda Mullins, runner-up in the 1962 Miss Homecoming Contest was elected Sweet- heart and took her place with "the violets of SAE." The 1963 pledge class proved to be one of the best ever. Out of the 29 who came up the walk Pledge Sunday, Tom Gay and Howard Tellepsen Went into the Freshman Elections and came out as Presi- dent and Vice-President. After Fall Rush Paul Morgan took the reins of the chapter and the brothers look to him for one of the best years yet. The members of the Georgia Phi chapter boast many offices in campus government and honoraries, but even though the S.A.E.'s are sincerely proud of their outstanding individuals, it is the S.A.E. spirit of brotherhood that makes the fraternity what it is among its peers at Georgia Tech. , .4 . fi ' ii - .fi - M' 4 '14 ffgf 5 ' :iff V Check Gillon, fail? L" -. s 12 ' ' 1-1 W :,.......i -.'. W1 W. Ploeger who has many years service A ww' 2 11 wma 22 1 4' f ' i 5' ,sf-4 A E Revercom l: l'. Richardson -EIT' Q ,A - :ws L- -1 5 1. Q- QX ' 5 . gl' via. . xg! ' 1 'N - N, ' ' 'l:E:,, sl Y .: il S .. 1 J. Sproiuse R. Sleele H. Tellepsen is . 'wif TT 26 Qi ' " ' M. Rushin R FW Qs5'r.::-2 N ww.. . .9 ..,. al- . , 731-55:15 is . , ri x A x Oi -Q 5 XX X . I R. Thomas w y- ,,,7,l .W fl Z7 f xi I D. Rulhergord i e G. Tolleson j 232-CM 3-' 2, K J. Sands on gfg ZW4 .QQ2:,,,,.,, 2 ' ff f y QI 1 Y 9 7 7 M. Seals ....,.,.,,g, 777 A., .V ,ig ,f f . ...H x 9 ,, Al . f 9 if if , .. , K. Perry f . . -A-an-ag, .-.11 nj '?'N- 'QM' . 1 'if 4 f f 1 ' bf- f, 4 , ' 44 R. Pledger , 1 Z W5 f f .if ,. 'sfs 5 2 1 'K .Ke 've if , ,f WZ, f ff X W f W J. Sineafh Sigma Alpha Ep ilon E- ff , . P5 Carpenler Tommy Richardson 1:- B. f. :ew we A ,QL V. ,.,ygg:.f11. '-M A ' ,f ff' 5, 4 f gy ' , , 1 1 ff! 'Q X if ' ,, 1 2 Von Herrmann pil' , 2 ' 41 G. Wells 11' 1' - nf-1-.4 1 I M' -1? p 1' Q If fa. R. Williamson ., f ., .A , .am ,. , 4, 14s,. . .. 2,53 1 y 1- . ,W ' fl' ' ' ' f ' - 055' : ,. . , B. Toole J. Vereen E. Vickers .J -f -ws' , r ' Q: ' 7 Qi?" 35 -Nliagfsml ax ., 'Q gf gfixl 5 .X 11 Z -Q '.':j59fa 7' --mf' '- 'N-X- 1 diffs- S' ,,.. . ,f f A . ., . - 1 , . v. .X -,. .A-gg, "'m3,:'1J1' A W s .54 xWf"'W4f A Q? 1,---sf.,+rf- 5' QI? .QF ,, . -F'w'f.,,. ' , ' is 53515 ful- -.-. 4 X1 1-.ES " it ' ,Q 5,45 . 2 f ,, " " 'N fy J. ei, re - we 5. -I L . V if r . . , S .sm s-- 31-. ,- .I 1-tr: ,. -s . ,-sa, sm ' K . 3-f.. ...z .. - 2 ., "" J ' A 'Y' .. 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Chappell Chappell runs inlerference. 1 X 2 M Q l YH, . K bf T. Barber N31 J -. .J .xt XX Q." S3 Nl. Beebe G- . f-5: , fr. A vga ji' ,- ..,. . N. ,liffligf A x7 glgg f Ld' M. Benne++ Slgs al' work on l'l1eir display . . . l l 3 l A Firsl' place! -,...,,-ww...-. .-,,...,.- .Wm-17: AMvs,f,-.,.- . - .4 4... fu.. .wvwa , .., , Q. . , s W. Chesler C. Cleveland 'i:'1.. K, Yr? ,A xx gig'-I .wg-. .. Q, , x - X' I 5, N. .+' Q 'ywifg -Q . . X B. Crouch H. Crum -- xii N N s X P Q 'f x if . - S-9' K- 'X A R. Corbill' , X 31 XE -.Raw ' ' w x 5 A 5 x EX rx Q 1 N XX O1 -.X Q - af.. ' ' XO N Y 1 R. Currie X x . Jr:--N l l l l l I I l -1' -l l l l l l ... ,,,. 2: S B l Yi? X f l 'X , , , K. Crain E l ' Q ' " X Y X X. R . M., X m K '- . , :Ni . N. K ,Q , . A. Dean 41 I-,W . P. Dean wie? .,,. . .2 . A gg ' ,. f W. Dickson ':fa':r:'. 'riff fy - 2'5" 5 f .345 1 ' J. Fisher Charlie Wlnclham, President r . fi . , . . , 1 A 1. f ,iw X S X f 'ff 5 4 6 V 4 ,Q A J ., .' if f - . Q 11:-3' ,ji Q . 'JW , 1 - - I fl'-F1-, A252 rs, ' " .77 . "1 -if Civ.. . . . . Q Y f Y 7 In Z av, f 7 . . A X Qx bn . . K X s FS ' " , X 6 fi SX X X. W. George R. Goforih, W. Gunn F. Haclcmeyer J. Haigler ' if "" "" A ' ' ' ' . . 1 -. in 5 'T ':.. W s--2::a+X' 'I' ' F 5.12:-:saidv f - -, f . a H 1.-.QL A I .,.. 5, 30,5 , I i- ,Iggy-. si.. C. Hamm B. Henson P. Hess D. James T. Jarrell F. Jenkins C. Johnson F. Johnson J. Kelly J. Kirkpatrick One of many Sig parfies That pink elephant you see with the first prize trophy in front of it is de- signed, built and claimed by Sigma Chi. Those student council representa- tives walking down Techwood Drive are headed for the Sig house, that fellow walking home from the Decatur's Elk Club at 3:00 A.M. is a Sig too. Any- where you go on the Tech campus youill probably see someone wearing the "White Crossf' In spite of their comfortable house and Mom Moore's delect- able food, Sigma Chi's don't sit around home. Ever since their founding at Miami University in 1855, Sigs have always sought an active place in cam- pus affairs. Pledges, and there were 47 this fall, soon learn that "to so build myself and so conduct myself that I will ever be a credit to our Fraternity" is an uphill climb. Uphill or not, Beta Psi held the "White Cross" tradition at an all time high. L fffizwl 2 ra. 1.5 . ar if 4 f ri - C. Depue ffm -W... . ,. ff' if . my -:1i1:?Z::31 9' '-21-'33-24411 rfb' f.::r:4:,: 3 .. ,f -imap. Y ' tl 1 5 f f 4 'Q v fl . M ,,, 4. 4 m ESX fr 5 J. Dishongh W. Douglass W. Erckmann 'yjgjpfwf ' ' " -1 ' :' " As ,, f W W 'Z L , 5' ?4 ft f 19 . X -..g:.3,xi:i . A .0 V " 1-21. . V 'WZQF6 '- . , . -3- 4 WH" -- 1 44 1 - 1' M 3, R. Frank R. Gahagan D. Gardner . 'fe .1 g -"' f- l -' jg- ' H. Lamb J. Lealce R. Leonard 165 V.-W-we .. 1:-we 1 , a 5 51? 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Parro'H' Q-A-.-,mnaxm--qw--W y i -Q21 7QJ272.p'P5'Q:25'f3"2 f Y f R. Prodgers The a+l1le'ric Sigs 'l'ry volleyball. '--'Y-'nc-'nrvrf'-v" ,.C""'7" pw, - ' ' . fi I 6 fl. ' . 2 . ' ,ff ' P ' ' 5 , X. 'Q 'nf 1 5: -K ' 1 V- A f- . . . , ' . a ' J. Raiieri S. Ramsey T. Redford C. Rogers H. Sawyer 0 L'Hle reeks from big Ones Bruce Douglas ai' 'l'he inframural 'Hack mee'I' Doug Mullins and his dale f v ,, .9 ,, f ,.. ff ,. A. Schuller .Xfg W. Selby A break from pariying ,. ,.f, v' ,VM f e 1-15-:Z 'ffm m f. .f -:fra E- f '. .Q 3.2, 7' : ' A 7: l.. Sfallings M. Sfeinffenagel P. .S'l'roing V ' "ffl W . I .A , 71 'l ' A W. Wallace W. Webber C. Wesfberry I 1 ' ' 75 I ,E 1 f ,, O R. Scruggs ' 'll' F. Sexfon L. Shuman "" l A . g h- .U ef. fy Preslden+ . . . Charlie Windham -. Vice Presldenl' . , Tag Gamblm Secre+ary . . . Andy Selden D. Simmons G. Simpson TTSBSLIFGI' . , Bari- Henson Lou Ellen Tyree dines a+ 770 Techwood ' 4' 'f iff . : f" 3 . A' 775 ,..?' W ..."Q . .... A -wi 4 1 4 . " 15: 915 . , 1-5.1. 1. - .ee-'ff -M.. , rviyggff 2 K -:nazi P - 731555 jgpyggf I- Vfhfjf-j:j.f. f , .Ivan lfff,-nf.: W, H ,QQ-1,4 - i aff. 3143312 , . R. Sfrong R. Taylor 4 .J Q. , i f 9' ' 4 N , 536 ' .12 .. f f 7, fl f f ' 1 f ,. 1... " fi' V... A C. E. Smifh fri . I 5 Z ,MZ J G f , W 1 4 1, 2471? f ,f if ivy 4 4 4. . fo 0 C. L. Smifh fx -sy: I ? 7 Y Lf, Z Nz A C. Snell .,,,.. . if . ?' - Jw . , ,... ,. C. Thomas J. Trapnell H. Wade H. Wall . ,, , g . . - N c i .. X " A , fm' ,iv - --:1 sf . K f 2 C. Windham T. Winingder P. Wrighi- York celebraies Tech fooiloall viciory. M W.. ,f Vx Z, . , li we f ,. . A3 ef .A.,. , J. Adams ' W,- 52 -,ffl :1 ?l.':7f, a':. ' J . fc. . Q- f af, Q., -, ' 7 9' 'Z cv, 5 V fl M 5 f -f ' ff ff , .1 K' V,,.,.,? ,. , , ,,.,,,, f f f J. Blackwell .4 ,, ff f . . V i f4""1.' 'QQ . is 33 5351 if' 'wi L ', if TT? R. Davis W 1, b ,- , A .,V, H. Allen W. Blessing awww f 1 ,- 7 X 1 ' .1 V .- Qm- ,- we 'li .2 YJ , . . i 71 , .5 , if 6, . R. Denney X Na S Q' S sx.. 45 . Q, . ,. QQ J. Allison lv!! 'au' R7 , w I , JM 7 515 A f me gy 5' ,W s 'f f.. ,U ' , Q, 'gig T. Buckler Fifi? I . -1-., Q 1 Q5 1 , Y ,, , 1 Qu I 'f . , f. 4 - '40, - V ,, 9 . ' if w. 7w5..' L. Edwards , , , if 5 if 0 3 R. Evans is .ww 1 Y 4 J. Gillefl P. Armsfrong , 2 1-e...3 - 5 ...QQ . -V f. . Ng is f ? F. Clark W. Eidson f , 4' " if 1 ., fx 5 v X J. Felle 1 .. .I ...VK i , 1 '9 C s u f 4 2' Wifw 5 ' Qgisjfi W f , J. Gissendaner Dick Harrison engrossed in l'he display. J, f , - ,, -A 7: ., .- ,V The Sigma Nu's al church 'rogeiher , ,,,,,. 4 ' . V "" i .-, jx H . . Q , A V 8.31. ,. ,,, .. Y .. Q P D. Bagwell H. Ball .33 . f : A "4 if "" Q I 1 2' ' J. Coffey G. Conkwrighl' Q 'sez'-3.., . , QV., l x .5 1 , J. Barfhmaier M. Barfleff - , -: 1 .iij:?i1-E -1, ' K 1-wy iya ,. - 51- . K V. ,Q -' gn--1 we - . s-1 . . 5 B. Cook T. Craig R Q i.J,,, -a ..., . Ciayron Grhcfing, Presideni Presideni' . . . Clayron Grifiing Vice-Presidenr . . . Al Adams Secrerary . . . Don Rarclifi Treasurer . . Charles Boling The Sigma Nu's had one o'F 'l'heir besi' reams. -'h' r'r' Www -- ' ' - .,. N " Q' . , .Q . , ,. , F Q V Z ,, , . G- Gray J. Griffin C. Griffing T. Harness 1. - . ' ' '-'11-1:1.1.','f1gE f'f',"5H','2'ffI -.f . :S em- rv - X' -' ..V, .11 , , . 4 . . 952 1.-,.: .f.. ffzvmre AA' A I-50 f , ..::,w.-+.- J, ., H 1. '- -9 4 .f . Ur a1,u-55:51:45 :wa 4 ,gg fr:-ff.: V,- .- -.zv w 4-,Wy - ik -'12-igisfgni 'I-kj ' 'Ass I X iv-.qw I A vig- . ,sr- J- Hill C. Huff L. James P. Joers R. Harrison D. Johnson Mark Conway and friend ai' homecoming. . We.--',,,v ii, .-J. ' r,,:,aSf'Z4:ff' '41 ' -1, .J -"2:5',f2f'u H. Harfzog W. 'W M. McMurray i f f"7'f!5f"' 1' Q N 5 I , A 4 L., an - J"' 5-,. T541 5' QQ -ag 59. KM A 4 X V . + , 1 V Y J 1 QQMA ,f 7 flf if ff 5 , f ia 2' , , , we 1,7 V K, ,,,, ,. P. Heard B. Melin 69 Spruell ai' weekly snake blow-if-out Raicliff, Griffing await rushees. Y K R. Myers A. Nass R. Neff 55' ,. zz:.?-:r:.i.5f'fi: ' 1-Sid? " " ...,, f 52441 ., 3 -"Gi-4, . -4. L" " sf -' t Q . I W. Nichols R. Nowlin J. Painter ' ,, in J. Pharr W. Phelps W. Pritchard The Gamma Alpha chapter of Sigma Nu is known on the Tech campus for the outstanding leaders it has produced and its backyard pool. This year found the chapter in almost every part of campus life. The frater- nity had five members on Student Council, including Jerry Cox, Student Body President. Sigma Nu took league firsts in football and volleyball, second in cross-country, first in the Cake Race, had three members in Who's Who in American Colleges and Uni- versities, and claimed President Solly Toussieh of Phi Psi Honorary. The brothers all agree that the White and Rose Formal and Sweetheart Becky Reynolds, of Agnes Scott fame, were exciting additions to the year that started with forty new pledges and ended with everyone lying around the pool "soaking up rays? Sigma Nu strives to make available every form of entertainment the in- dividual may want or need. This fact is exemplified by the continual success of its members in every facet of activity at Tech. Sigma Nu remains one of the largest and strongest fraternities on the campus as shown so well by this year. Tyree plows thru on drive. Sigma Nu 'reck performs a+ library. 1. Se fl ll 1 l 3 l r f l w I l I r 2 9? F E .s- ': ff" ' 'L .' ' f.......,..,..,. ., , U. 1.:.:'.Ei' 3 fl? T' ' ' . ff f " ' 2- f ,I if . . W' f if u ' 1 A W. Redmond R. Rhinehari 9' . wi?-li? p f 449 G. Roufh 2 , I 1 X a W. Shook A I ' 22 . .,,. . . if ' . Q 1' R. Sfewarf L. Rufan P. Spruell 357' ,, . , .XL z? . fi Q 4 f 1 1, Qi 4 I 7 45 ,Q 7 ff' T. Sfinson 4 If mi ' 2, 'f ir , . I 1 0 D. Rhodes YQ , ,,..- . ....... 1 1' ' f 1 if, 11 W 1 f- 1 4 U57 , 4 4 9 M. Sasser 9 . , u f . ,QV 4 'jZfz. 5. ffl K V! f I G. Sfevens ,4 . M:.j,.14 ,V . W .--M4-, ' -...V ., f W1 . '4 gg-444 .9 .4 312434, . V .Lu . , -I W. Suffon Sigma Nu poiniz Harrison and Rou+h s+ar+ oufside of 'n-eck. A .,.,,..,.. ...,.,. , IVYQ , .... ' L41 L V if ' 3 X ,. ' ,. ' L A ,,,,, 4, . v .ii ,... .. , 'AE I V h J. Thornion M. Tomasovich S. Toussier P. Tyree R. Tyree Vaniandingham L. Willingham . u:., I A G. York Nick and Marfha Ann in Sig Ep pariy room. A F if R. Ablowich J. Acerra D. Banks P. Bowie Y' L.. f K I Q A 1 f 'v A ' 'fa if .V - , 7? ' 1 ff 1 D W. Cafes -1,-Q W Sf 1 . i f . M. Coker ff . 2 . W j "1-4 Af 1 f Q uhm.-,ff f 0 , f if X 47 if fx if X ,,,, , .. , 'z"'7' 4, Y ? H. Carnes M , f l? ,f " f , , , O. Caihey A 9 B Q ., .,., ., .-'V 'f f ,... 11555 4' 7 V ' 1 if f C' I 4,,'4,.V f Q4 D. Carroll I' B. Chapman , ...... ., B. Cu'H'ino Hap Thron charges 'ihrough Phi Kappa Sigs. I-17:1-'-'"5-:3,i:3.. 'N K J W ifi .I cs: . 1271 ',g i .- I J J. Fausgemagne Pai Bowie, Presicieni x ' Lf" - 'fi r ',yQ..,: V L ..f- R. Cox Q 1 J. Fiedler B. Gray J. 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I. .,,i5gffQ"3f1, j.g.',s. f'-' .. -X , eg' - ,5 g my If 1 Q 3551 '- --yxiiix-'ifi' l Q S3 A if V, gy X mx- Q53 1541! Q 5- 5 iw. X 1 , 545 fix - -- 1 , ff X- f. "X' 'W-":.. . 1 V K - r gin ,.- 'rv' , ,, :H 'il' ' ' if ' 5' . X .. -f' " 21 H --t .ll Q . t -f . - I we 3 Hg- 'N Y' ' Y? --. i sms -: ig-ar .. . N , 1: fl .. .uw 4: ' - ' vis --, D. Haley W. Herrod psf.. ' as , as . .. s,., 3 t in I .swf , - x H: -5 c it I . -pd . L 'xii ii f?, ?' gf'7'45f 514121 S Y . ..,.,.. . , , .af ,,.,.s. Us gvillvh I M , 4, . If V 1,w""X-,1" H ,. 1 5 31:-.iii QM., '- 259,-4 - J., f' " M " A r I Q izZz:33ff1....,.. , Grossman applies roller 'lo Sig Ep display. B- Johnsfon Georgia Alpha Chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon was chartered in 1907, six years after the founding of the fraternity on a na- tional level in Richmond, Virginia. During their fifty-six years on campus, the Sig Eps have had a colorful history, standing high among the total fraternal family at Tech in both athletics and scholarship. The chapter began the year with a bang by pledging twenty-seven men, and seventy-four per cent of these pledges were eventually eligible for induction into the chapter. This year, the chapteris big guns were in bridge and basketball, while the pledges took second place in campus scholarship. The Sig Eps are a partying fraternity, and a party is the climax of each week. The highlight of this year's social calendar was the Golden Heart Ball, during which Miss Beverly Johnson was crowned Sig Ep Sweetheart. This year the chapter is proud to have contributed so many line leaders to the various activities on the Tech campus. Sig Eps represent themselves and their fraternity in student government, student publications, and de- partmental level organizations. The familiar white and red Sig Ep Hear" took its traditional place in Homecoming festivities. ii, ., ik f W ff ,V .jf ff wi' .v ,N .JM " s- X .. K E. Hogan -"' f' I, , f ff , 1 J y 0 521 I , :Z 1. ff. . . 4 I, .,,,. 1 ' 44,17 K. , , fn' x f ,ff f K , I f ' G. Isbell , f- i Z 4 ,H 1 ', ' ,fwd .. . , G. Johnston C. Loftin L, Long 113 Ed punls from own encl zone. 'xx-'. . .... Haley reaches high +o slam one over. . I Q S 5 -4 V , fx -ur -., 9 , - w 5' 1 F3 to ,H . . e- . ' gxg Y X H. Mackin G. Middlefon H. Mills T. Mill ., ,,,.,. Q f,, . ,,.. ., l.,,: ..,. - 1 ,..1 ,,, - ' ' . SK' fZ,'-:- - ' ' ' f ff 7 '. 'r ,gg , , -ug - 'Q H ' - 4.4 'U ,- 1,2 . 4 , , "4 Ii?--.J 1 ' f X i f . g 4 i-22 ' -- 0 1: ' 'f '- , .,,, ,, . A , f- A A B. Murphy 1, I el- ..g J fi '4 5, l K X 4' N. Nelson J. Pafsios D. Pickefi' A. Pupek P. Remsen S. Schell L. Scruggs 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 Casey in 'rypicai par+y mood. Sieve needs +wo 'Fingers 'l'o do i'I' Sigma Phi Ep ilon Hogan confemplaies building of Sig Ep display. Z we 5. ""' 1 . .. " ' '-"' 1 53-, 1 "" :4.,w.'1 2 ' ' I 'v 171- ' ' . my 2 5 '4 1. H 'I ' " ' "ff ing f 1' 'iffff 1 ' :Q "ff, 1 1. A A ' 'A ,V vs. , if , w -- gf Zf f' ' Wi ' Lg. ' .' 1 ' W- ' , 1 , A ,- qzv 3 , 1 -- .1 ' 1 N . if ' 4- 1 ' 1 I . 1 Q dr A . - ' C. Wo'cik H. Troxell A. Turner L. Whife C. Wimberly W- Wise 1 15 V. XY . X X x 7 gkx s T. Billings XV 3 X 'K X 0 X Sr N X XX X 2 D. Bofdnar X, 1' , XR , - ,lf ,.., . LQ. 'S X.. N Q 'Q D. Bugg 'A 2-.ear P. Carlson afl R V 4. b.b f BX C . D eH m a n n ,Q . Fa u g h n a n W Presicleni' , Ki '--1'-1-im BGS "'. -l-h C. Bloomberg XXXXQ 4x X aw- X , W. V1,,.,. . .H ,X X N? r' MX :X Va M X . XX .N Q lib X1 X NX X X Y fr 'ma T. Boll' . X W X 5 rx X XX-1 X N iq 3 X' X X Y Q X S-ficxs 'F 3:55.-'Sf SSX , ,R - rag., SSX lx B. Burler X- fesm:,:g:.5 .,f..,X... , . 'Q-N. -.3 :f- ' , , V f fii' ' 4 C , sr . 5 f X 'N Y N WW" 11,5-,. VY F. Chapman ' --" 1' 1 2' 'S , A. Dowell bm K '-Q3-1,wg:::X-X ::::-:5:g.1:::::.:a ..15.g.: M' 1 X' X, XX , R. Forresler .X xx r.: SX-a x ,F -V X J. Alvira sf:r fjri: X- mfgki ' X XXQ3 J Q XFX Q X X X N H Q ig'SfgQEj g li-F X, Q' X" - .Xi , .2:1- 3 J. Ausrin , lv' AS-Y" K' 1 if Q QX 1 W. Bobo RR ' Cai Q5 ,. Qi 5- ,Q ...f A Q .,,. .Q ,,.,., ,, MQ R X XX X r 5 1 Q31 . . W. Bryce w xy ,, , X MP Q x N rg N Q :N bi 1 y -. X , 1:-:-15,3 'Kg ..4-X. Q4 3 A M, Q ' X X 1 Q S. Cargill X . , lx: Yr: ,gc X :gtg QQ' A M. Chapman -' i?S'lYi:XfX L , iiixa ' X v Q sm . H. Edwards X A . lil s-fr-Q: wa. ' CX K X X J. Freel mi' 1 rf, I "'f1"" J KY , .,..,,,g Z-f' A K x J 5, r K 56' xl , .v ,lf .--al-K" 4 Nh.kt3,.. .,,, , ., ' 3-1 ff if 1. Chrisfian warches as Tekes con+rol backboarcl. 1 I E' jf: " " Ni Z1 M -' 4 fx ' ' ' " r a . Q . x ...U . xmmw X - - z:XXi11r I R. Charleni' N. Crump D. Davis C. Deisenrorh ' I f:1C:131'?H.. C. Ellsworfh 9 1 3. fy f .5 6 X ' X 1,33 R -A -.,..,::E:5:, X W. Friclchoeffer . . . . . Chuck De++man Vice-'Presidenr ..... . . Buclduy Rasi' Secre+ary ..... . . . Richard CharleH- Treasurer . . . Ari' Woodrum if , :ggi ,... 5 .v - w. r w 1-...affr::5saX.X.m.,,,,2 ..:SQei,:5: RR X X XX LW XX 'S' 155 XX X-X M. Deisenroihl Chllclf De++man, Presidenr l w l A mighty efforf . . . 'Q x xv ww F' x .Isa - M, 'I X A W. Geiger L. Gleason . . and the Green Wave rolls ai' last. M- Glover 1 ' A"-'- ' . , 2 . .. ' Q ' ' ' - . 5 XX 3 A., K, ' 1- "-ww, gait: f ' :s53::'g5i-Z ' -za '-1 ---gf' , 2 to n a J. Harrison P. Heil R. Heselmeyer B. Hickox J. Hodgson F. Horfon J. Huff D. Huston ll Q Tau Kappa Ep :Ion Since the Tekes came to the Tech campus in 1948, they have been a chapter on the move. The membership now totals over a hundred and they have just recently purchased and be- gun renovating the old Pike house. This makes three Teke buildings on their Techwood corner lot. Over the country the Tekes have the largest fraternity in existence and growth is still among their foremost goals. The height of the Teke social season came in the winter with the Carnation Ball and the crowning of the sweetheart. This year Miss Jean Humpreys, Who.is also secretary of the Tekeis female auxilliary, was re-elected. Homecoming at the Teke housing development brings on a houseparty and usually an erratic wreck-this year it VYGS a rolling one that failed to roll. Summer brings a street party in Peters Park. Sports con- tinued to be played on or off the field. But scholarship is not forgotten by the chapter, which has for three successive years been first on campus in scholastic standing. 'I77 f 1 gg QW J , C. Law R I":'R?i' if' 1. " ' ' ' A ., ,Nb D. Lockman Q 3 5... , 413 64-- Q1 Q. ' , V. xx, X ,X RN f , Ax :lb V .6 . Monfgomery Tau Kappa Ep 'Ion - . .. i g .zifzl :CN ggw , , . . ,.,.....1. c-. 5 Q. '-...Sz-Q , X x 6 X wx . xxx XX .1 lg . Aw M X N wx K X Q ' .xx H. Kress X5 X... .QQ . . ,fp . "::.-f..s-"aww-::, 5. ' .55-:gig D. Lensch 5 xx - .1 X . Y X e3 Y x X X X. .-Bkxx ' g ' ' Awami -3 Nl X 2 R. Marlin ..-.fin - xi v. - Q . . 1 X l N 5 -, -Q -..:'..s 54 Q 'xg lx N N , P. w f:1..'i"': T. M oo re Glover concenfrafes 'ro perfecl- Telce wreck. e 1-1 .fi . . 51.2-12:5 X. . N NX 4 G. Miller Y. , ..., .2f., y .Q J . Mifchell ,Ml ' - A ,s-e. L' i x R . 'QS P. Moriarly W. Mosby -QQ. . 3. f R Xxx we S. Milchell ff :ie S55 . Xx li 1 ul-fl ev E ' 1 X X Nm J. Oakley Bob seems io enjoy pal-ly. S. t N Ex .1 A O'Rear R. Rogers N5g::.5s:-'z1,:...-211'- ,- wr- 1 -X: .- pf. 3 R. Saferbak . X2 . '1 M. .. 3' Q5 X N X xg . gg. X X RR X N R X X. Q 9 lm R. Park XX: . . ye Q R oy " Liv 'x . N . 312. N: L. Rupnik X53 .. N R lx. ss Q ge N. Shull K , L. Peeler LH . .f fl -3 l' .fQe. ., -5 - .ff . if Q 1 W. Samples QF? 'W xS?i'E:I'-5, R Qs "Q . -' 5' .. g ':, X wk 5'i-135. 'K Y ES X N fx fi X A . ' M. Smifh 4 l 4 i 1 v 1 l ll l Telre Jaclcel' elecirocufes Greenie. 4 l ll .-. 7f"f Taylor and Hii'cl1coclc-M. E. applied . , 7, ,. . 4 W ,, I "" , ,. . . 1 ,, -. , I, . W , . - V, 252525, ,, 'Q' -",z.f"f'm A X ,gf K af. - ' V- ll ' " M, . , fp ,Q .. ., if .lsgsffjgfi 1 :'- lg ZS? '--':- s G. Voigf J. Wafson K. Wesi' D. Wlwife R. Williamson Koclc leans ini-o base hif. sir?" ', 'L Q w 3? , . Pf fa , f I , ,1,', . , Fifa .. 'haisf ' fl -el.-QZW .21 I ' "'7X-Qq.,,.wL2 wa , P. Talion ' 'lx do x J XXX , ,B . , , , ...H I wx , yu 4 5 'Dx wil .U x Q' a IVQA Q R. Tangeman . 9 "" -if? A A. , , J' I . B. Thom pson Taylor wa+cl1es upcoming slam. . -QQ mfg .F Y-L7-. f- - -. " 9 xi xwkx x 5 4 ' X 3' ig ,,.L ' ' 5 Q ' .1 X N X 4 is -M Q x 2 Q, T Y W S X .. , .-- ra , ., G. Wi'H'e f, ' ,ffwg 'ZSIETRZFZT 5' Y K gf, X ' A. Woodrum 5-11-gi' H :Z 1" . 41 15355953 -'nw 1180, ,bg::f1:"54M , - iii' .. I f L M. Thomas 2452.9 -4' - ' .fn-2 I ..,. gh in vi. " gig .5 T. Tsuru'l'is. '- : gg -9 gl- 5. j -1' A , fi .. T H. Villa 'I79 I i Tl1el'a Chi pledges work on new pool. Faulkner snags pass againsi' opposing Phi Kappa Sigs. D. Blackwood 9, . .1 ' fa ini- is-'la ' 'Z . E. Aubifz S, Ausiin T. Burke L. Clark L. Duane I 4273 J, , J. Epps fi 'C ,A ici: B. Efhridge Dave Blackwood, Presidenf ---.R .N 1, " 31. H ,, , W r , 01 K f 1, , f , , wx if .f Z. R. Fulghum f .1 f -. .if . B. Gilberl W.. Hardy 1 V , 7 . f 1 f 1 Za rf T! , ,MZ . 1- '47 . E.: om enioys his "opaque" moonshine. E. Heron ' 4,4,2fg... ,gf Zff ' . ' "1 .grin , - e-warm ,A R. Ga ughf army: ,ff L - ' ' ,F . .1,f3,j. -Q' .Lf- K. Hamillon Z :Q .- ,lf-.1 . f 1,41-A 0 yr gy" f ,H 4' . .,.. - Z 4 AQ ,, gl ' f f 2 V if f P' ,f , f 4 af, X , I G. Harper X ww fi 5 f Q. x 0 E X AQ X X X54 Ly . , 2f4','.l7fY ff 0- 1 ffl ffl ,, ,. Aff n F' E 0. E m U- -.- o 3 Chi jackel' culs off Tulane's wave. ,A 1, -' 42 .4 . . ,ffm 1" . W 'Zi ff 41 1 W 1 ff 1 ff' 'Z I 7:5 4 , I 4 f f 1 f W. Hendrick H. Howze .W-5 1519 52:13 w 5.2.54 , ' i2.42z?i,, ., A 1 ' 7 7 ff f Q 4 , 1 , f 1 ' iff' 9 , f H. ?3 L Huie regresses +o pledge level. X 7 f af I. .f - .f 'i , .4 J . Keys Y '13 f gm wzgmg. V 321115 2 , , yi 1 mfr..-2 .. 1 f f 1 Q' f , ff -:': 7 'V ff' W1 if ff, ff, gf , f , f , , , , gl , 1 2 1 f , I D. Johnson 1 ,in Z ' f'f"2Z??W?2Z 3131: , . 5 . f. jf '- 7, fi. g ,. Z it R. Jones 3f74:15?P2'4 ' J' 5 ,' M,-3 ,, ,. . 7, ,, ' L ff: . . ' , J-w,'.1g,4 ' X , f f 2 if V , , ,, X - 7 Y f Qgzfvf , ,ff 1 ' vii 57- "' v img, 1 ,K ,C , , W , I . W. Lanham W. Ludwig .r'v 1 1 ,., 'I in ,H ,.,. ...F f W ".V V- - -. : J fx K M. Maddox C. Mason B- MCC-HB Presiden-l' . . . . . . . Dave Blackwood Vice-Presidenl . . . . . . . . . . Paul Lee Secre'l'ary . . . . . . . . . . . Ken Walend Treasurer . . . . . . . . . . . . Charles Mason 'ni Ia cm "Thou shaii noi' harass members . . ." 7 X , .A.. 2 ,M 1,Q. . R. McCormick WiW,f"f'W'f'WPV'f1'f2Z7 ' ' " ff'f"2fcwM?2 f Ham, . W., , -4 . .- . f , I -.iw?f' 9 I ,- 4 , . . . N - -P . K fy-.gf I F11 g5,gf:7.w.zg' a . ,L 9 4 f ig 3 H f 1 ff if ,Q .. , , C. Owens W. Perkins My ,v,., 5 HW..-.a. .a , - ,a Vg , 4' 04 ' 17 f C 46, v +-- ,wh ,M , A-3 -" ff 5 1 i Q 4 sk 4.3 M J T. McCra ry 1' zgwi ax-er ' 7"Qf-as . Sfrm J ,! 1 R. Pignaiaro Delighied audience admires Theia Chi heap. .. .,A.. , gm , 5 H .:, 10" . ' " : . . af 4 - .: 11" - ' Q 123- QQ. my ' R 4. I - A ,A '- '36 .. if ,. i'f7i39-- 9 Wg, ,aifvieif -' G. McKee G. Newion G. Ormision C. O'S'l'een f-" - 'A ..,, . . aaa :aff .. - ' S -' 'i' - ' 'ff f :ta - "" '. -Infii 'H K f x ga , .1 , X . ,',..f fiikw-. ', ., I 1 ' f 5 H A, VT:-5-55,3 .A , I . . R. Dope J. Primm J. PruiH P. Rhodes Perkins 'rurns con'ior+ionis+ +o make rei-urn. How much is Rita in 'the hay wor-th? . ClaYl'o"' Home Pels Chlcm? Spiker conceniraies full effort info hii' 1 " Ffiyiiv' 'ffl' ' .1 A b .- - .. - or . T ' A X 1,'f""-"xl gf C. Ris R. Roberis F. Ryder C. Saunders R. Schreiber . ' Q , ,,.. . i " ,- '-" f '- R Self F Sherrill D S ' - . . pear R. Splker J. Sfobs ' ..,. f -' ' f, ' QW 21?-,I -ZW 74? ff 4 '1 my 12 ':':r:-:I :LA tht ffefft if - riff' f .,. 1... ,. . ..f . . . ff . .K .. LA fn f . ff! A-V W. -. . 44 af , ,fi .M - ,. . . ., ,nl M Wy - WW mal, Q .f " - ' . 1 , , 4' ' I ,V ,M M . . ,. . , . .,,, . , T- Stokes H. Todd K. walend D. wafkins J. wafkins R. williams J. wood 18 . ' I s I I Q With a big improvement in scholarship to their credit, the brothers of Theta Chi enjoyed a good year of fraternity activity. The big social event of the year, the Carnation Ball in winter quarter, set a gay background for the crowning of the Chapter Sweetheart, Miss Brenda Cheek. The brothers rolled to a second place on campus in bowling and took a league third in volleyball. Housemother Marion Stewart is proud of the newly decorated Theta Chi living room and dares anyone to mark up the traditional red of the front door. The chapter, which now is seven- ty men strong, was chartered at Tech in 1923. Since then it has grown consider- ably and moved into new quarters complete with a swimming pool. This year's hlghlight was the Rebel Reunion, a Southeastern convention of the Theta Chi fraternity, to which the Tech chapter had the distinction of serving as host. The brothers and pledges of Theta Chi are looking forward to future years of bro- therhood and service. Presidenl' . Vice-Presidenl Secreiary . Treasurer . W. Baird 4 S. Fay 'l'I1 in Xi Johnny Brooks gree+s 'l'he brolhers on Pledge Sunclay. . 11 1' J. Brooks P. Buckholcll' D. Calhoun H. Chick f ., f 1 H. Garrison F. Greek C. Hampfon R. James . . Tom Pylanl' . . Gene Tiller Buddy Hamplon Jerry Sioneking 1' 'Y W. Clark v .1 . . ww ,sffi ' '. . :V 1:-1 'rf 1 s ' N :E ., .. ,. ,W , 1 1 - 1. . f 2. N-La L5 I 7 i V. James Tom Pylanr, Presidenl Theta Xi's new sweetheart, Chi Chi Whitehead, and Herb Chick. Theta Xi, a fraternity of highly individualistic men, was chartered at Tech in 1951. Fall rush, which was the party week for the chapter, brought in eleven new pledges. Winter quarter saw the brothers initi- ate Kappa Phi, a new chapter at Western Carolina. Highlighting the Theta Xi social calendar was the Sweetheart Ball, held during winter quarter, at which Miss Chi Chi Cpronounced Chee-cheej Whitehead was crowned Sweetheart for 1963. One of the chapter's bridge teams took second in the school competition and the brothers took sixth on campus in scholarship. The national Theta Xi fraternity was founded in 1864. This past summer a merger was consumated with Kappa Epsilon Kappa Fraternity which increased Theta Xi nationally by nineteen new chapters. , - ,wfnf me A riff . A.-.... f f.-.. wa! . ,. f A - ,. , .,.. G -ffm tw f , .- ., , . 044, 1, V - 4 - Q ,m..',.,. s,,':j , rag! , 2 1 -pi if 1,.:g " . fi ,I 5,5415 ,fe g ' f K' r 1 ' 12:22, 53 - J .. . 1 ' I Q . .. y 4 . is A. McCan'l's P. Minor K. Nguyen R. Porter L. Rodriguez J. Romine ' fy gf' Q2 f ,Z 4 f 423 4 ' 2--2 PZ! " Q0 I 9!"lf 1 X10 I W J. Koger E. LyHon - f- ,,., -..,Wf,m.m4wywZ4 . .fQ,,:,. 14. ,, , jf, ,W , , o,, f if X f 41 XM f X QQ Q2 " f 7, , , ff f 1 'Y , A A B. J. Siioneicing Jim Romine watches progress of display. 41 f a -if 14 Z :, 'W' W4 , f 'w a '- ' M542 T. Wilson 'TP PFA , ,, .,,,. , ,W ing wesfw, -1. - U Nm USC, Um!" M "' ' :?r?fEYHWwM1+v'6ff5rs' ' f X ,zl,-Mgr'-1-f4:5L5,1f,u,: ,zwr f J,. :. ,W ,Y 1.., A N. f ,,Q5ivEe5gg5g59gf:j1I','f':1x7F5' ' iulbhn. ,' -J H 4 ,ff41..,1.-Q?iq2pf5 1.-' QM r - - ,w ,,,g..:5:4,K,1,f. 345, ,fp :V QU ,+I qywnqim ., . 5.1 ., Q - ,W f15,g,gf'3qgH' . fY2?g121,Q1'7I 1 2, wgyuiwgwga 3, N 355 L P 'fp' X r iv w , fa V1 f f 5354 .iq ,Wm-szflgswfihim ri-',f1.-3: ggf ' . -,5 is iii 3'F'1sf.' -' iii 5- , . rm ,P 5 ff wtf 2 mx. if .W - . 'lv ' 4 4 X .s1,'3:wg., I. .. 1 5q,g..,,. ' 5 1 A y ag- L 2+ Mfg 4 1 . Mu ,S- vm ,: ,ga f 'U 'D 4 rgclnlzah I YMCA Mrs Wilma LYON Mr. Charles Commander The Young Men's Christian Association is primarily a center of fellowship on campus and its services are available to any student of the Georgia Institute of Technology. This year, as in many years in the past, the Techman has found the able head of the YMCA, Mr. Charlie Commander, responsive to the problems and needs of the student in a technical institute. Many students chose to become active in one of the many programs and organizations sponsored by the Y. There are also those times when the Tech student simply wishes to get away from the books and take advantage of the many facilities provided by the YMCA. Mr. Commander has available to him two of the most capable personnel at Tech in the form of Mrs. Robert Frost and Mrs. Wilma Lyons. These two women, together with other staff give their time to the Tech student. Mrs FFOST Mr. Jerry Irminger The Cubin i l I WALLY CORNETT, President The Tech YMCA Cabinet is composed of the elected student oflicers of the association, and members-at- large selected from the active membership. It pro- vides leadership and assistance in planning and carrying. out the program of the commissioned groups of the YMCA and aids in all other phases of :'Y" activities. The Cabinet has become more Well known and more distinguished through the years. Terry Gerber, Firsf Vice-President Suinn Leverei-'I', Second Vice-President Bob Allen, Third Vice-President :harlie Edmondson, Member-at-Large Roberl' Levere'H', Member-at-Large Bobby Holman, Secreta ry Alpha-Y-Pllalun Adams, J. Allison, J. Ball, F. Barfhmaler, J. Bell, T. Billings, T. Bolr, T. Brunson, M. Chapman, F. Charlefl, D. Clemeni, T. Coffey, J. Cook, B. Daniel, T. Dickinson, G. MEMBERS Douglass, B. Johnson, D. English, J. Jolly, J. Erickmann, J. Keifh, J. Fuich, B. Kno'H', B. Griffing, C. Lindsley, T. Hackmeyer, B. Long, B. Hall, T. McAulifins, B. Hand, P. McKenzie, M. Harness, T. McMurry, M. Harrison, J. McQueen, B. Heil, R. Mel-in, B. Hess, P. Miller, D. Hirons, F. Moreland, B. Huff, K. Moriarly, P. Jackson, S. Myers, R. Whais +he good word? OFFICERS Ron CorblH . .... . . . Presideni Charlie Lockwood . . Vice Pregiden-lr Franny Brahlley . . Vice Presidenf Harry Edwards . . . Treasurer Lane Crockers .... Chaplain Frank Shropshire . Member ai- Large - X... 5f'eiir?'r 5 1.1. 2: 'A . . -Wx fmmlgl ,Q if' 9f'5-LT.:rg'.:z'1r,. Nichols, N. Painier, J. Pearson, J. Peeler, L. Pharr, J. Phelps, B. Reinharclf, J. Ruian, L. Schore, J. Shook, B. Tyree, B. Tyree, P. Wasson, A. Woodrum, A -sf , 5 ... u,..n. Foolball is one of numerous ac'hvll'les Rars learn 'rradi+ional Tech songs Freshmen are given guided four of campus. Dean Griffin passes on words of wisdom. Each year preceding Freshman orientation week, Alpha-Y-Phalanx conducts its fresh- man camp. This is the largest project conducted by a service club at Georgia Tech and is planned and directed entirely by the membership of this group, Alpha-Y-Phalanx. Freshman camp provides an outstanding program of orientation for Georgia Tech fresh- man, and has gained prominence not only at Tech but throughout the entire country. This has been accomplished only by the close relationship among the freshmen, counsel- ors, and faculty administrators. ,Y -inf ,gr . R Bob Tyree looks official. e l Rats get lecture from Big Brother. Welcome +o Freshman Camp. Bench press is one of basic liffs. OFFICERS Roberi' LevereH . .... . . . Presidenf Mike Spring . . . . Vice Presiden+ Darrow Webb . . . . Secrefary Members use weighi' room in spare Time. Acfiviiies nigh+ is good for grins. All ii' +akes is pracfice. Anderson, P. Barnard, G. B. Basil, R. F. BenneH, R. Bent, G. Blankenship, B. Boone, F. Boone, W. Bramble'H, T. Branan, W. Brown, D. Brown, W. Buizky, C. B. Byrd, R. Calcagno, B. Cam bell C. L. P I Carlson, P. Clark, D. Clark, J. Clifton, R. Conkwrighf, G. Cooper, P. Corley, B. Cosby, W. W. Croonquisl, R. Crowe, S. Curry, J. A. Dahiel, P. Davy, K. Densmore, O. DeRosa, G. Dimmock, J. Downing, J. Doyle, R. Endorf, F. Ewell, G. Fisher, T. GanH', W. Gasion, H. Gillespie, G. Goodman, D. Goriemoler, J. Graham, D. Green, R. Haddock, T. Hall, L. Hambrick, J. Hammond, C. Hanchez, J. Hanson, D. Hardin, R. Heierman, W. Hightower, B. Huddleson, K. Johnson, F. Johnson, L. Jones, J. Kimble, R. Kinard, K. Korsak, S. Lawrence, J. LeggeH', J. MEMBERS Lesier, W. LevereH', R. Linton, S. Liscum, F. Livingsfon, E. Luedlke, R. Luiga, R. Macina, T. Mahomar, E. May, J. Monk R. Moon, B. Morgan, C. H. Morris, W. Newlon, E. Parker, W. Picklesimer, E. Pleasanis, J. Poss, D. Pramik, K. Puls, C. Rakesfraw, P. Reed, T. Ricks, R. Roberts, J. Roby, J. Roesel, A. Rosencrance, J Rudolph, R. Saunders, M. Sledge, R. Solomon, E. J. Sparkman, F. Spells, B. Spring, M. Sfeg, J. Sievenson, C. Slricklaind, D. Taylor, L. Thompson, J. Vinson, B. Walker, D. Waller, R. Ward, R. Ware, N. Warren, C. Walls, L. Weaver, F. Wesl, P. Whitley, R. Whi'H, D. WhiH'en, W. Whiiworih, L. Wilby, B. Williams, J. R. Williamson, V. Winslead, B. Woliver, R. Womac, E. Work, D. Zemurrary, S. Zinny, D. The barbell club is a YMCA sponsored organization which was formed to provide a place for interested students to train with the proper apparatus, and to provide a Weight-lifting team to compete in collegiate and AAU competition. The Barbell Club Workout room is in the basement of Matheson dorm and is available for use from 11:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M. daily and all day on Saturdays and Sundays. The club has ample equipment for any type of Workout and instructions are available to interested persons. ROBERT LEVERETT, Presideni New equipmeni' is put 'lo good use. Who nailed i'his io 'rhe floor? 193 xecuiive Avery, B. Burdell G. , P. Chester, W. Cochran, J. Connor, C. Conn eH', W. Danzig, M. DeLisle, F. Group meeiing follows dinner. OFFICERS David Young . .... . President Russell Walden . . Secrelary CliFF Conner . . Treasurer MEMBERS Evans, G. Falvey, D. Freeman, J. Hadd-oiclt, J. K. s, . Robin. T. T. Ing, H. McCleslcey, S. Nichol C DAVID YOUNG, President. Good humor prevails. Since its beginning in 1956, the Executive Roundtable has grown to be one of the most respected organizations on campus. The caliber of member- ship continues to be high for, although all students at Tech are eligible, only those students who meet the requirements of the organization are selected. The group is affiliated with the Y.M.C.A. and the Atlanta Person- nel Club. The Executive Roundtable seeks to promote a better understand- ing of the responsibilities of management through application of the princi- ples of ethical leadership. The biweekly dinner meetings held in the ODK room of the Brittain Dining Hall are the means toward realizing this pur- pose. The first part of the meeting consists of general businessg the second part of the meeting leaders of industry speak to the group and conduct roundtable discussions with the members of this line student-faculty-industry organization. Rogers, M. Savage, P. Smi+l1, E. Smith, M. Tyree, B. Walden, R. Webb, D. Young, D. Time to relax. Guest speakers are 'Frequent 4 JOAN TOLLMAN, Presidenl' OFFICERS Joan Tollman ..... Mary Anne Jackson . Frances Veal Sharon Carfer . . Hoi' coffee and cookies for visi'l'ors al' YMCA. MEMBERS Barllefl, B. Blackshaw, V. Burien, L. Carfer, S. Freeman, J. Graham, R. Gruber, B. Herndon, W. Hesierlie, S. Jackson, M. A. King, V. Mackown, C. MacLeod, S. Rofhrock, B. Salfer, S. Tollman, J. Veal, F. Williams, C. Wilson, C. . . Presidenl' . Vice Presidenl' . . Secrefary . . Treasurer CommiH'ee repor'l's. Goodies for all. A OFFICERS Roberl Allen Presideni Ty Benton Exec. Vice President Sue Forison Sec.-Treas. Rec. Council holds Friday nighi' dances. MEMBERS l Allen, R. A. Benion, T. Dunl-en. N. Forfson, S. Spier, B. Sullivan, R. Walther, D. ROBERT ALLEN, President Do you see what l see? Many years ago the YMCA Recreational Council was formed as a service organization. The Council sponsors Friday night dances at the YMCA. This is done so that there is an oppor- tunity for Tech men and girls from local colleges and nursing schools to meet. Thus new acquaintances are made in a congenial and informal atmosphere at the YMCA. The Council itself is composed of both Tech students and students from these nursing schools and col- leges. Each Monday night meetings are held at the YMCA to plan upcoming dances. At the end of each quarter, the Council itself has its own party. The success of the Council goes to the service they do for Tech men. Sigm -Y- Phalanx FILL MULLINS, Presidenf Sigma-Y-Phalanx is a service organization whose stated purpose is l'To unite young men in co-operative effort to practice and to extend Christian standards and ideals." Sigma-Y-Phalanx organizes and sponsors the "Books For Asia" Drive held each Winter Quarter. During the Spring Quarter a Leadership Conference is carefully planned to help the newly elected campus leaders. This years con- ference, held at Callaway Gardens, provided an exchange of ideas between students, faculty, and selected industrialists. Sigma also keeps up to date the Travel Board, a familiar sight to all Tech stu- dents and a great aid to those in need of vacation transportation. Sigma-Y-Phalanx offers a Tech man the chance to work hard, play hard, and develop a true Christian personality. MEMBERS Brasfield, C. T. Falvey, D. A. Green, W. S. Moore, R. P. Mullins, W. E. Peferson, E. A. Robinson, S. E. Ruslwfon, M. Wilcox, A. L. decisions 'rake much consideration. loolcs on as meeiing proceeds. fired +l1a+ sl1o+. OFFICERS Bill Mullins . . ..... . Pl'9SlClef1l D. A. Falvey . . . . . . Secrefary Mrs. Roberl' Frosi' . . - - Treasurer 197 T- Book i Sonny Carter makes decision. New book gets underway. The T-Book is the official handbook of Georgia Tech. It is published annually by the T- Book staff and is distributed free of charge to all incoming students and faculty. It is de- signed to help orient strangers to our campus and to the city of Atlanta, and also to serve as a reference book throughout their stay at Tech. The T-Book is published by the Georgia Tech Y.M.C.A. MEMBERS Carter, S. Drees, C. Hottmann, R. Hunn, L. Jackson, M. A. Marchand, E. O. Markam, G. E. Young, D. OFFICERS David Young ............. Editor Ralph Hoffmann ...... Business Manager Gordon Marks . . . . Organizations Editor Mary Anne Jackson . General Sections Editor DAVID YOUNG, President M E' x i. I E -L, ..5,. ..-, b V t X T he yt , ,Wi X t X . T 'fx -- 'X - X tar-rzfmsai 422'-' 1 . Nix IV Leave it to an engineer. Organizations turn in more than enough copy. MEMBERS Boufwell, C. Bussey, B. Church, B. R. Clement, T. Corne'H', W. Coulter, L. GufFFey, C. Hall, G. Jackson, S. Johnson, T. Love, P. Meyer, D. Miller, B. NicoleH'e, B. Sloan, R. Smith, C. Sullivan, W. Villa, H. Whitney, E. PERRIN LOVE. President Toastmasters ai' Activities Night. Ton imasiers Club The Georgia Tech Toastmaster-Gavel Club is composed of students who seek to improve themselves in the arts of public speaking and leadership. Toastmasters learn to speak effectively before a group, to think clearly on their feet, and to conduct a meeting. These objectives are achieved through standard club pro- cedure which includes impromptu speaking, prepared speeches, speech evaluation, and parliamentary procedure. The meetings are conducted in a congenial atmos- phere and usually are held with a dinner. An attempt is made to create the general setting which would be present in the conduct of business or pleasure conferences. Members are called upon by the chair to speak informally or on a suggested topic of discussion. Membership in this fine and valuable organization is open to any who hold the desire to become associated with an interesting and informative group. And 'ihen he asked whar a 'iraf was. Guesl' speakers 'Frequently address group. Frickoeffer, B. McMichael, B. OFFICERS Perrin Love President Church Smi-lh Vice President Bill Bussey Vice President Bob McMichael Secrefary 'I99 orlcl Siucl nl Fund THOMAS MULLER- Chairman New members are chosen a+ Friday af+ernoon mee+ing. ,. 1 Ara Karahisar Tu rkey Tomas Marhn Germany Effhymios Kyria kopoulos Greece Colleciions are +aken up a'l' halffime. Miguel Manhei+ Colombia 1 1 TOM TUTTLE, Secreta ry M A i L' 4 ' -' . H , . Uv .. , .r:':.:4. 40 . 'V Q- . 'C 'i.,.535'f5,L,,Q,gex1fi,+.,d zz: . ' V -f.ffra:.r'wf2ar-.':. 'fl . a 5:gi'Zi'f'S:,,. '51 'A :'fi?4'We1g3jfifff .1-,if1.lL,, st-C.-:.1?1?,p 5, ' JA, ,-r: ?'+- " ', - -7! A ' gyfflggi lr ' '.,r'-,yy Q-pb, 1.5-'Q-.r-,lmyqwy-3. 1 ' l'.1e,,z',, v . 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Y., -."' 2 V,".-' K L ,,. ,.,. ..-1 ..g'w,L,L-f.,-'5-' ' ' '-jj,y g ,VS"",'5 f p f' ?"'fC' 4. ,fziq ' f , f. Q ' ' " 1: - V . I . Ziff- -Q PQ - f '-'i,' -jf,2f.:4", n 1,f f - .: -'- ?'fj, Q, 'f,, ,,, 4 .31, .1 wi if . Alain Dornic Rudolph Schwarz France Swiizerlancl OFFICERS Ti10m6S Muller . . , Chairman TOITI TLl'H'le . . , Secrefary One of the most challenging and hard-working groups at Georgia Tech is the World Student Fund Committee of the Tech Y.M.C.A. The World Student Fund Committee, referred to as W.S.F. has as its motto "World Peace Through World Understandingf, and seeks to aid the cause of world peace, international friendship and professional com- petence by providing an opportunity for outstanding students from abroad to study for one year at Tech. The Committee also annually awards to Techmen one scholarship each to Zurich, Switzerland, and to Stuttgart, Germany. This year, seven students, one each from Greece, Turkey, Colombia, France, Switzerland, and two from Germany, came to Tech as guests of the W.S.F. These men lived in the dormitories, ate at the fraternity houses, and generally took an active part in campus life. The organization is student Operated and financed by the students, faculty, alumni, and friends of Georgia Tech through contributions. Only Tech has this way of aiding international relations. The Baptist Student Union is a fellowship of Christian students who have realized their need for changing a basically inherited religion into a personal experience. While Georgia Tech is providing the opportunity for intellectual growth in a technical or scientific field, the B.S.U. is striving to provide an atmosphere for growth as a Christian. Acti- vities which have emerged from this endeavor are designed to stimulate the "B.S.U.'er" in pressing forward to spiritual maturity, regardless of the extent of his previous growth. Vespers are held twice a week to provide a short devotional period in the midst of a typical busy day at Tech. The wide variety of activities ranges from ping-pong and chess tournaments to helping underprivileged children at the Goodwill Centers in Atlanta. More important than these activities, however, is that as- pect most valued by the members of the Baptist Student Union: the per- meating spirit of the deep friendship experienced by them from others. Students turn to prayer in time ot neecl. BOYD MOORE, President OFFICERS Boyd Moore . . . Ronald Purvis . Jerry Jerrell . Billy Nowell . Sam Shelton . Bapii 1 Stud ni Union . . . . President Council Director Council Director Council Director Council Direcort Give me that old time religion. Discussion groups 'ialce up large pari' of weekly meelings. 1-ake adive par-f in geryigeg. Campus building provides recreaiionai faciliiies 203 planning is im por+an'l'. OFFICERS Barry Johnsfon . .... . . . Presidenl' Bob Soper . . . Vice Presidenl' Florence Wiley . . . . . Secrelary Bill George . . . Treasurer BARRY JOHNSTON, Presidenl' Afler a sl1or+ service, discussion groups are formed. Girls find bridge more in+eres+ing +l1an +l1eir parlners ls-will Sfudenls 'lallc over l'l1e evening's leclure. Canierbury ssocialion 3 l In a sincere effort to search out a real meaning for our lives as college students in the technical atmosphere of facts and hgures, the Agnes Scott-Tech Canterbury As- sociation was founded under the sponsorship of All Saints Episcopal Church. Gur principal aim is to find through our common beliefs and our many differences a better understanding of ourselves. Individualism is an important part of our make-up. Each member can feel confident that his thoughts may be openly expressed and will be gladly received. Canterbury is hopefully a group of developing thinkers and with the helpful assistance of our college chaplain, Woody Bartlett, We're attempting to relate our day to day living to the deep though behind Christianity. Throughout the year the program committee has brought to Canterbury many interesting speak- ers from the Tech and Scott campuses as well as prominent businessmen so that we may gain something from their experiences with life. We meet each Sunday night at six, beginning with a supper, then an Evening Service, and a full social hour. .3 I 1 t 31 S to A ,uw ,,. ' ,, A Who fold you a thing like 'H1a+? 205 'Dancing winds up evening. Guest speakers are a frequent' sighi. Sunday nigh-l meals are prepared by some of rhe members OFFICERS Roberi' W Hy . .... . . President James Bagiey . . . Vice-President ROBERT WYLLY, President Faculty advisor aids in planning service. A moment of prayer during the regular Thursday night meetings. The Christian Science College Organization at Georgia Tech unites the Christian Scientists within the college in closer bonds of Christian fellowship and affords to all so desiring, an op- portunity to learn and to apply the truths of Christian Science. Annually, the organization spon- sors an open lecture on Christian Science for the entire student body. Each Week all of the students and faculty on the Tech campus are invited to a discussion prepared by the members of the organization. These discussions are based around selections from the Bible and correla- tive passages from "Science and Health, With Key to the Scriptures." The latter part of these discussion sessions is devoted to the expressing of unique experiences and pertinent remarks by the membership on the general topic of the Christian Science faith. i i 1 CHARLES DANNER, President Throughout the school year, the Lutheran Student Association strives to present a Christian Witness on the Georgia Institute of Technology's campus. Meetings are held formally every other Sun- day night, beginning with supper at six P.M. The meetings are held in the Youth Lounge of the Redeemer Lutheran Church. Because students from the entire Atlanta area participate, lively discussions are the usual result, with most of the discussion on current problems. In addition, a Wide variety of social activities are held, including dancing, swimming, and skating parties. An- nually, there is an out-of-state Weekend trip for the regional con- vention. Membership in the Lutheran Student Association pro- vides the Tech student with an opportunity to study and relax with his fellow friends and to supplement his education. Lulheran Siucl nl OFFICERS Q Q Chafednmf SSQCla'I'l0n Pres: ent Jon Alcslen Vice President Russ Heil Treasurer i l 'Weelcly meetings are punctuated with occasional parties. Faculty advisor leads service. Members during break. 207 Llvmg room serves as lounge. The Tech Newman Club is the National Newman Club Federation's aiiiliation on the campus of Georgia Tech. Since 1928, the Tech Club has striven through a program of religious, social, and intellec- tual activities to provide an atmosphere in which the Catholic can grow in the practice and knowledge of his holy faith. Through the years, Newmanism at Tech has grown and prospered with little to work with other than the untiring dedication of the Marist Fathers, who served as part time chaplains, and the wonderful spirit displayed by the members. Now, the Club has entered a golden age. With a Newman Center, provided by the Bishop of Atlanta, the Newman Club is able to satisfy the spiritual needs of Catholic students on the Georgia Tech campus. Much remains to be accomplished, but there is no goal which cannot be attained given a dynamic membership and leaders who wish to grow in the ways of Cardinal Newman for whom the clubs are named. The Club offers spiritual activities and also social and athletic events. CommiH'ee reports are given during regular meetings. Somebody always gets s'l'uclc. N wmcm Club Sunday nighl mee'I'ing includes a shorl' service and discussion period. Rev. T. T. McNul+y keeps house OFFICERS I David Kafz ........ . . Presiden-I' Rev. T. T. McNul+y . . . . . Chaplain Rev. Felix McGra'lh . . . . Ass+. Chaplain DAVID KATZ, Presideni' esley Foundation OFFICERS .lohn Garner . . .... .... P residenl' Henry Wall . . . . Vice Presidenl' Ken Crain . . . Secrelary Larry Garner . . . Treasurer Many parries on calendar l Advisor leads discussion. Meals af Wesley Foundalion are 'Followed by service. JOHN GARNER, President The Wesley Foundation is the Methodist Church serving on the Georgia Tech campus. As an organization, the Wesley Foundation seeks to pro- vide the Tech student with an outlet for his spiritual, moral, and social needs. To further these objectives the Foundation provides a program through which the student can create greater personal relations with his God. Then, he can continue to strengthen the ties made with the church in his youth and which assure full Christian maturity. These goals are attained through a variety of activities available to the student throughout the school year. The Foundation Student Council, meeting each week, plans and projects such activities as study groups, discussion groups with outstanding speak- ers, state, regional, and national conferences, intramural sportsg singing drama, deputation teams to and from other college campuses, and many other student-centered opportunities. The Foundation Center is itself locat- ed in the heart of the Tech campus. It houses a large assembly area, lounge, library-reading room, TV area, offices as well as administrative area, and living space for six students. Everyone has fun ai' cos'I'ume pal-'l'ies. Friday nighi' service. Leciures are followed by group discussions. Food is Plenmul' l l i -Hff--f-"::::,W,,M-f-''rm--f H f -W - ss, . ..-M -A as .n , --ff-'::. -A H- -'---- :!i:!!Z::5n-15,551 ::1.75:5,-g:::JIi1if::::::::r:. f - ' 1- 'f ' ' ' I 1 Eiifiiiiiiilfhhf? Members get d own +o business at hand. Time for funn before mee+ing starts. T OFFICERS Russ Wharion ........... President Vernon Hallyburfon . . . . Vice Presideni' Mary Ann Jackson . Secretary-Treasurer RUSS WHARTON, President The Kings Men is an organization formed by and for the friends, and members of the Church of Christ. The fundamental purpose of the club is to provide Christian fellowship for those students and faculty members who join. Guests are invited to every meeting of the Kings Men and are urged to attend. The meetings of the club are regularly held every other Monday night in the ODK room in Brittain Dining Hall. After dinner and the business part of the meeting there follows a discussion of current problems which are of local or national concern. These discussions are led by a guest speaker. The speaker is usually a religious or business leader from Atlanta or the local surroundings. Participa- tion in Kings Men is a rewarding experience for the individual who joins. Lasting bonds of friendship and comradeship are made. The individual gets the chance to express his views on certain topics as well as to learn other peop1e's opinions on these same matters. During the year the Kings Men have several social functions that are eagerly anticipated and looked forward to by the members. King's M n JAM ES POPE, Preslclenl' Westminster Foundation is the name given to the work of the Presbyterian Church on the college campus. The organization strives to provide a pro- gram of activities which will unite its members in a close bond of fellow- ship. At the same time, the Westminster Foundation provides a focal point for students of the Presbyterian denomination on the Tech campus. Each Friday evening, student-led meetings, held at the Presbyterian Stu- dent Center, draw students from Tech and Agnes Scott. The meetings are conducted with the purpose of finding answers to our most basic con- cerns through the application of the Christian message. During the year the Student Center becomes important to the interested Presbyterian stu- dent. Here he can find comradship through close relations with his fellow members. To stimulate further interest in the organization, Westminster also schedules activities of a social nature. The Center also provides a place for study and relaxation and seeks to guide those students who have problems either of a personal nature or in school. Dinner ai- faculty convocafion. OFFICERS James Pope . . ...... . . . Presiclenl' Lewis Milfchell , , . . Vice-Presiclenf Marion Mitchell . - - SeC"e+arY 'Edwin Wafson . - Treasurer l l 213 s X -Y Wy 'rw A +ime for prayer. A time for laughter. OFFICERS Lance Peterson ....... President Bruce Harris . . Execufive Officer John Crowell .... Secretary Roland Wilson . . lnsfrucfing Officer Up wi+l1 +l1e White and Gold! Halfllme al' 'l'l1e "Fla'l'5-'I Band takes parl' in Acfivi-Hes Nighf. The Georgia Tech Band under the able leadership of Mr. Ben Logan Sisk, one of the most distinguished band directors in the South, is one of the most colorful organizations on campus. It has a full schedule of activities for the school year. The fall quarter is taken up with performing at each half-time of our home football games. The band also takes two trips during the football season to out of town games. Frequently it has been invited to join the football team in bowl games. During the winter quarter a small pep band is in attendance at all the home basketball games and the rehearsals are spent in sight-reading music. In spring quarter the band concentrates on the presentation of concerts. The band also plays for graduation each spring. Upon the successful completion of a set number of quarters of band membership, the bandsman becomes eligible for awards and if active in band, he is eligible for a financial scholarship or grants. LANCE PETERSON, Presiclem' Take five. Adams, W. ArneH, R. M. Bears, C. C. Bingham, A. H. Boll, T. BriH'ain, C. H. Brown, B. L. Brown, 5. R. Burnside, O. H. Byars, J. E. Caplain, J. R. Carellas, J. C. Cohn, L. J. Coowlc, P. M. Crofi, T. H. Crowell, J. M. Daniel, J. De Buse, D. G. MEMBERS Delmar, W. L. Diahongh, J. L. Draiser, B. H. Ellingion, R. P. G-allemore,W.C. Gloclcner, R. W. Goldberg, S. H. Groves, J. W. HarneH, R. M. Heburn, G. W. Henninger, W. B Hill, H. B. Houze, D. R. Hunn, L. Jennings, J. E. Jones, N. C. Kesner, J. W. Kinder, M. King, W. M. Lawhon, C. E. Leaders, R. R. Lewis, J. W. Livers, G. M. Lyforcl, W. T. Marchal, A. W. Maffison, R. L. McCla+chey,M.R. McGhee, B. W. McLellan, C. Mifchell, B. H. New+on, G. E. Norman, N. J. Owens, F. T. Pelersoln, L. A. Price, L. F. Price, C. L. Riclcenl::alcer,N. Ruys, R. E. Sher, A. l. Slcillern, C. T. Smilh, A. C. Soloman, G. D S1'a'l'ion, R. T. Sullivan, J. M. Tallon, P. A. Taylor, G. M. Teasley, S. P. Thee, W. B. Whigham, R. S Windle, J. B. Wiiiee, A. F. Wrighl, J. D. Young, D. W. The I962-63 Ga. TechJ3anTd. Youngblood, S.E OFFICERS Section I Buddy Rasi' . ..... . . President Pai' Bagnal . .... Vice President Bob Gahagan . . . Secretary Wade Sanders . . Treasurer Cc-op Club eclion I - II The Co-op Club is an exclusive social organization for students enrolled under the co-operative plan. As one of the oldest organizations on the Tech campus it represents the true Tech traditions of fel- lowship and service. As a social group, the Co-op Club offers relief from the tedious job of studying by throwing a number of parties, engaging in sports, and generally promoting fellowship with other co-ops. However, the Co-op Club also serves to promote the needs of the co-operative student on the Georgia Tech Campus. Among its many service functions, the Co-op Club sponsors plant trips and benevolent functions. This past year, the Co-op Club was instrumental in obtaining extra rep- resentation for co-ops on the student council. In addition, the Co-op Club sponsors its own financial aid fund to help students through that long but all important last year of school. The Club's goal, then, is to serve the Co-operative student body. Membership in the Co-op Club is of an exclusive na- ture with the very basic requirement of being an upperclassman enrolled under the co-operative student plan. Members are chosen on the basis of personality, character, interest in co-op activities, and other personal and social qualities. BUDDY RAST, President. Section I MEMBERS Secrion I Bagnal, P. Beasley, J. Bellum, C. Bush, J. Coulier, L. Dieiz, D. Evans, H. Fulmer, R. Gahagan, B. Gasion, H. Gogflgy, J. MEMBERS Ha , . - Han, K. Seciion ll Hand, D. Aulrman, W. N. Lindsey, D. Carier, S. T. Mallard, J. Crissey, D. D. Maynard, D. Fricks, W. N. McFerrin, G. James, E. L. McNeill, G. Jenkins, R. E. MerriH'. G. Kayes, J. R. Miller, D. Losleben, P. Mowrey, D. Lucas, E. A. Rasi-, B. Morrow, E. P. Reeves, D. FIaH', R. E. Sanders, W. Po'Hs, R. V. Schi.ll'iz, R. Rhineharr, R. R. Tangeman, D. Small, R. B. Tillman, L. Tifus, T. Wiclcer, J. Townsend, B. K. Williams, S. Turner, J. W. Wilson, A. Usry, G. O. Wrighf, R. Younger, L. D. Officers of Seciion Il. Baclc when I was a 'Freshman . . . Iggy," . Fall-Spring Coops make plans for a big quarier. OFFICERS Seclion Il Paul Losleben . . . . . . . PFGSICIGWI' Joseph Kayes . . Vice Presidenl' Gerald Usry . . . Secreiary Richard Pla'H . - Tl'9B5UF9" OFFICERS John Phelps President John Kinkela Vice President Lou Casey Vice President Dave Cooper Secretary Bill Todd Treasurer Alpha Phi Omega sponsors U.M.O.C. Contest. T I Charity receives check from Alpha Phi Omega member. JOHN PHELP5. President MEMBERS The Georgia Tech Chapter of Alpha Phi i5Gmega is one of over three Booker, H. Nash, W. . . . . . B,a,,d+,n, Nix,C, hundred cha ters in this national service fraterrut . These cha ters are I P n Y i P ggi?-gf Efgjgsf-JF' located on-prominent campuses throughout the nation. The purpose of gochrov. 2im:o?.s.IL-l.B the fraternity is to assemble college men into a fellowship that will de- CZQQQLI DQ 5,2i,fI',f1. ' ' velop friendship and leadership. The goal of all true efforts of this group EQQEQSHMM Elin- ig- is service to humanity, on campus or oil the campus. The Gamma Zeta Frankan, 3. Thomplson, B. chapter at Georgia Tech has been active on the campus for over twenty ,':YQ'ri',,' B. 523182: R. years. The chapter's program of service projects includes. the "Ugliest mglfgjgzong E- wiiiglafj Man on Campus" contest, the proceeds from the drive going to worthy charities 5 supervision of campus electionsg conduction of tours on Parentis Dayg and various other service projects that arise. With these many proj- ects, this fraternity is one of the most respected organizations on campus. Membership in Alpha Phi Omega is open to all men who desire to render service and who have previously been associated with scouting. Alpha Phi Cmega OFFICERS Thos Muller . .... . l THOS MULLER, Presiclenf MEMBERS AMOS. B- Harrell, B. Muller, T. AVP. D- Hopkins, J. Olson, R. Barker. C. Heivenaion, D. Richie, W. Bennett, H. -l0l1f1S0H. J. Robinson, S. C00.P9l'. J. Jorclan, J. Seavey, J. DGVIS. B- Maddox, L. Smith, J. D'un+en, N. Mail-Ire. J. Stovall. S. E'dS'0'n- J- Me-r+in. M. Tari-, B. Espy. P. McNeil, c. Webb, c. Freeman. J. Morris, H. Wing, E. Presideni- Members 'l'o+al receipts 'From Campus Cl1es'l' Drive. Service proiecfs are +l1e days 1-oplc The Georgia Tech Circle K Club is a college level, man's service organization performing the same functions on the college campus as does its sponsor, The Northside Kiwanis Club, in the adult com- munity. In addition, bi-weekly speaker programs by men in the pro- fessional world acquaint members with the opportunities available III the various fields of vocational endeavor that are entered into by graduates of the Georgia Institute of Technology. Circle K activities are based on a five-fold program: C15 various mutually beneficial service programs, C25 Work projects designed to bring the membership closer together and at the same time benefit the community, C35 association with Kiwanis, C45 programs featur- Ing distinguished speakers, and C55 social activities to round out the Circle K . program. Under the advisorship of Dr. Stur- g1S, the club strives to develop leadership and character in its members and to render service to the campus and community. MEMBERS Abaie, C. Alexander, D. Allen, J. Barneii, M. Barnwell, P. Bishop, F. Bivens, L. Bramble'H'e, S. Bucl1anon, C. Carlisle, S. Clay, M. Clemenl, J. Cliff, D. Cooke, l. Cooper, C. Cosby, J. Coul+er, Davis, P. Draper, L. Edwards, J. Everion, V. W F-ooie, M. Fox, N. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Minniclc reign as Valenrine Couri. Ffahmf l-- ' Freeland, J. Garner, F. Gasper, J., Godfrey, J. Goodrich, C. Goodwin, J. Halt, G. Harmon, J. Harper, J. Herzog, G. Hinson, A. Hod P. gson, - , Huichinson, B. Jones, K. Jones, S. Land, A. Land, J. Lang, J. Langley, S. Laurens, C. Lillard, E. l Lincoln, B. ' Lineberger, E. . Linn, D. l+'s clubs, diamonds, and i'l'1en l1eari's. l-BS Vegas Pariy goes over IH a big way. Marhn, B. i962-I963 Officers of ihe Dames Club. The 1962-1963 year for the Georgia Tech Dames Club started with their annual informal coke party. The coke party, attended by about one hundred and fifty girls, was given by the club's sponsors. The party was held in an outdoor setting and entertainment was amply furnished by a colorful folk singing group. The Dames Club sponsored the Mrs. Homecoming Contest with Mrs. Homecoming and her court being selected at a tea held in the Wilby room. The Club supported a monthly bridge and canasta party which included lessons for beginners. Some ofthe big social events for the year included a dinner after the Ala- bama game, a Valentine Dance, and a Las Vegas Party complete with roulette, black jack and craps. The Dames Club also undertakes various service projects. This year's project was taking magazines and cookies to an old folks home in Atlanta and aiding in the collection for the Campus Chest Fund. The year ends for the Dames Club with another social event. This is the annual spring banquet at Robinson's Dinner Club at which time the officers for the coming year are installed and the old oflicers are honored. Dames Club BeHi Marlin . Sharon Wallace . Anne Whi+aker . Maxine Wells . Barbara Lincoln . Evelyn Pollard . Barbara Younger . BETTI MARTIN, Presidefii MEMBERS Marlin, P. McAlpin, D. McDonald, J. Mealears, S. Meeks, G. Mehaffey, W. Millhollin, J. Minnick, S. Mosley, L. Mullins, A. Murrah, A. Nichols, J. Nichols, W. Nor+hing+on, O'Neal, J. Pollarcl, E. Porler, R. Prochazlca, D. Raiclilif, S. Reeves, L. Riffey, V. Robinson, F. Rogers, P. J. Salfmarih, M. Scifferl, F. Skodacelc, E. Smoah, C. Slandifer, H. S+ewar+, B. S'i'ewarl', M. Teems,' W. Tessner, L. Thompson, D. Turner, A. Tyree, G. Vinson, K. Wallace, S. Wa+son, P. Webb, P. Weemai, S. Wells, M. Weslbe rry, R. Whailey, C. William, E. Wilson, J. Wilson, T. Wi++aker, A. Zlcidemac, C. OFFICERS . . . . . . . . Presicleni' . . Firsi' Vice Presideni' . Second Vice Presideni' . . . . . Secrelary . . . Treasurer . Parliameniarian . Social Chairman Dames Club sponsors Mrs. Homecoming Conies-I-. Bridge gels 'ihe nod in 'rhe FacuH'y Lounge. Members operafe conlrol panel cluring proclucrion Drumu'l'ech OFFICERS ' Pe'I'er Linn . . .... . . . Presideni' I Roberl' Finlc . . . Business V.P. P . Mike Lawler . . . Proclucfion V.P. lg, William Heierman . . Secre'l'ary Girls are in demand. Cosfumes are au+l'1en+ic- Drama Tech fea+ures '-l'hea+er in +he round.' Butter, J. Carier, J. Dodson, L. Ewell, G. Finlc, R. Gentry, G. George, C. Heirman, W. Hodges, J. Kellerman, E. K lx U. ern amp, Kincaid, E. Lawler, M. MEMBERS Lealce, J. Maiamoros, R. McQuown, l.. Morahan, N. Nowell, B. Pafsios, J. Serafis, J. Stoer, S. Tang, F. Wallace, S. Walfhers, D. WaHs, J. Wesley, C. Which way is Norl'l1? DramaTech is the only student organization on campus that presents to the student an opportun- ity to develop his interest in the theater. This unique experience is available also to Tech stu- dents Who seek to broaden an undeveloped interest in the theatrical arts. Under the faculty director- ship of Bertram Drucker, DramaTech has again this year made available to the Tech man, and many other interested parties, three excellent per- formances. In the fall of the year, "Tea House of the August Mooni' was presented. The Winter brought with it a stirring presentation of "Twelve Angry Men." On a different note, this fine ama- teur group ended its season with a chilling rendi- tion of the classic story of c'Dracula." After two quarters of apprenticeship with DramaTech, aca- demic credit is available to those students who continue to actively participate with the group. PETER LINN. President Malce-up is essential. 223 Members prac'I'ice around piano before concert OFFICERS Jim Landgrebe . .... . . . Presidenf Jim Hughen . . . Vice Presidenf Jon Akslen . . . Business Manager George Picke'H' . . . . Secre'rary J I M LAN DG REBE, Presideni- Glee Club Glee Club 'l'akes parl' in Homecoming exercises. 'W Glee Club practices on Tuesday and Thursday nights. MR. HERBERT, Director The Georgia Tech Glee Club olfers all Tech students the opportunity to take part in one of our nation's pastimes. Variety is the keynote in the selections practiced and performed by the Glee Club, with numbers ranging from "The Drunken Sailori' to "The Last Words of David." During the academic year several performances are always had at southern girls, colleges, in addition to an annual concert at the Fox Theater as Well as participa- tion at Baccalaureate and Graduation exercises in the spring. Glee Club members have the opportunity to take courses for academic credit in the history of music, choral conduction, and opera. The Glee Club holds at least one party or other social function each quarter for the members of the organization and their dates. MEMBERS Agner, L. M. Gartly, M. L. Phillips, K. M. Akslen, J. H. Granberry, D. G. Picciotti, R. Arnold, W. M. Hall, M. Pickett, G. F. Bare, D. R. Hilbers, F. Polster, H. Bavsch, J. F. Hudsoin, T. W. Powell, M. L. Becton, W. R. Hiughen, J. W. Pruett, J. W. Bell, J.'L. Hunn, L. Ridlehoover, R. A. Bell, L. F. Huthnance, D. Rives, S. R. Berman, R. J. Kesner, J. W. Serbia, A. Carswell, J. H. Lampe, F. D. Stoddard, S. D. Counts, H. J. Landgrebe, J. H. Swintord, C. M. Cox, L. S. Matallana, R. Taylor, D. L. Deamer, J. R. McKenzie, W. D. Took, B. W. Evans, J. H. Mitchell, J. W. Torina, R. B. Figueroa, D. Mitchell, S. M. Walther, E. D. Fry, J. B. Pantas, V. T. Wayman, N. J. is s 225 One ot many concerts during the year. 'I'h Siud ni Lecture and I ENTERTAINMENT SCHEDULE January I8 Movie: PaHerns January 25 Movie: Midnighi' Lace February I7 Conceriz Anna RusseII February I7 ConcerI': Ferran'Ie 8: Teicher February 22 Movie: GIenn Miller S'I'ory JuIy 6 Movie: S'I'aIag I7 July I3 Movie: They Come I'o Cordura JuIy 20 Movie: Red Badge of Courage Augusr IO Movie: Our Man in Havana Augus+ 3I Movie: Me and I'he CoIoneI Ociober 5 Movie: Benny Goodman SI'ory March I Movie: Romanofli and JuIieI' Ocfober I2 Movie: DesI'ry Rides Again ApriI 5 Movie: Come Sepiember OcI'ober I9 Movie: Cyrano De Bergera April I3 Concer'I: Karen Duke Ocfober 26 Concer'I: Four Freshmen April I9 Movie: AII Ihe King's Men November 9 Movie: Tiger Bay April 26 ConcerI': Hague Philharmonic Orch. November I6 Movie: Genevieve May I0 Movie: Who Was ThaI' Lady January I I Movie: My Man Godfrey May I7 Movie: The Prisoner May 24 Movie: The Mouse Thai- Roared The Four Freshmen en+er'Iain a+ SL8cEC's fall concerf. John xDiIIon Professor Law Enieriuinmeni Commiliee Jerry Goodrich The Student Lecture and Entertain- ment Committee is organized as a standing committee of the faculty with the purpose of presenting to the student body entertainment and other cultural presentations of a high Value. The actual voting mem- bership of the committee is com- posed of four statutory faculty members and four statutory student members. Student statutory mem- bers are chosen from the committee as a whole, the basis for their selec- tion being their work and interest on the committee. Two of the S. L. 8z E. C.'s main functions are the Homecoming Concert, held the Fri- day before Homecoming, and the movies which are presented on Fri- day nights in Textile Auditorium. Mill- Feder Bill Mccaslin Baclcsi'age wiih The Four Freshmen. STATUTORY MEMBERS Fred W. Aiax John R. Dillon Walier C. Herberl' Milton F. Feder u Marlin V. Law Jerome D. Goodrich Paul G. Mayer William Y. McCaslin ASSOCIATE MEMBERS William W. George Guinn Levereii' James L. Harberson Richard L. Mitchell Ralph A. Hoffman Myron E. Sanders NEW MEM BERS Charles L. Smiih Bobby E. Tamplin John W. Thomas R. Mariin York John E. Hayes John W. Kelly Pairick H. Neiiles Michael M. Sizemore 227 MEMBERS The Georgia Tech Sailing Club was founded in 1961 for all Benbow, C, Tech students having an interest in sailing. Its activities con- sist of a basic program divided into two phasesg the rac- Pre5+an,'E.' ing team which attends regattas throughout the country and E':'uFflff'cf.' a traveling program for those who are interested in sailing Scalefl S- but have had no previous racing experience. The Sailing Club is one of several new organizations which have sprung Wallefs- D- up on the Tech campus in the past few years. As is the case with most of these groups, the Sailing Club is devoted to the pursuit of a healthy and interesting outdoor activity. This year, with Bill Marchal at the helm, the club has forged ahead and is rapidly giving Georgia Tech a name in local racing circles. Most of the activity of the group is cen- tered on beautiful Lake Lanier some forty miles from the city. Each year the club has its own regatta at the lake. OFFICERS Bill Marchal . . .... . . . Presideni Eric Smil'l1 . . . . Vice Presiclenl' Gary Rouilw . . . . . Secretary Bob ProFFiH . . . . Treasurer Sullmg Club Q Sailing on Lalce Lanier. BH-L MARCHAL. Presidenr Sailing Club 'lakes pari in Ac'l'ivi'l'ies Nigl1'l'. ' ROBERT SWEET, President Vets Club The Georgia Tech Veteran's Club is open to all ex-servicemen including six- month reservists and National Guard members who are attending Georgia Tech. Founded for the betterment of the veteran at Tech, the club is striv- ing to improve the faculty-student relationship and to aid the new veterans on campus. At present the club is participating in the intramural sports program of the school, has a number of social functions during the school year, and participates in various charitable projects. It has become cus- tomary for the Vets Club to invite informative and interesting speakers to their meetings. Many of the men who chose to fuliill their service require- ments before attending college Hnd that they have bypassed many of the activities on the college campus. The Vets Club provides these men with similar backgrounds and interests a channel through which they can partici- pate in the varied activities of campus life which. they might otherwise miss. OFFICERS Robert Sweet President Lucias Bargeron Vice President Marvin Smoak Mr. DeRosa gives vocational guidance during meeting. iRecruiting new members. Secretary Bob Thornton Treasurer MEMBERS Altord, R. W. Hisling, P. R. Anderson, H. K. Jenkins, B. M. Andrews, W. S. Lascelr, R. G. Aycoclr, E. J. Manous, J. D. Baker, M. H. Mashburn, L. E. Barber, J. M. McBride, W. B. Bargeron, L. R. Nelsen, N. Baskin, H. P. Norton, R. A. Beasley, L. S. Poinsett, R. J. Coin, J. N. Potts, P. W. Dane, K. B. Rivers, E. P. Dean, N. G. Robert, C. L. DuBois, W. E. Sanford, D. Everton, l. M. Schloghauer, M. P. Foreman, J. E. Smith, E. A. Ginn, E. B. Smoalc, M. P. Griffith, E. Thornton, B. R. Hartsfield, H. E. VanHorn, R. Helms, G. Warnoch, R. F. Hill, G. R. Webb, J. J. Large iurnoui' for Saiurday meeting. MEMBERS Anez, J. M. Berro, R. Blanco, C. R. Bolin, J. Bo-u, J. V. Canto, C. Cardenas, J. xA. Chael, V. M. Esiripeaui, R. R. Fernandez, M. A. Fye, B. R. Garcia, J. Garcia, J. A. Gonzalez, F. A. Gonzalez, R. R. Hernainclez, L. Hoffman, H. Kozlowski, A. Kre'H', G. W. Maia, J. L. Mayer, R. Mencliri, P. R. Mieres, E. A. Mirancla, R. C. Muiica, A. Munoz, T. A. Murgia, J. H. Oquendo, R. Ortega, G. Pardi, C. A. Peclroso, R. P. Pemueller, O. G. Perez, J. Piccioiio, R. Pulido, l. J. Rivera, L. Relling, D. Scl1weinfur+l1, W. E. Solie no-, V. A. Sirauss, L. Terrell W. L. Thielen, A. Torre, M. J. Zequeira, T. E. Pan-American Union Club Officers preside over mee'l'ing in Wilby Room. The Pan-American Union Club, founded in 1956, is based on the ideals of Panamericanism. These ideals take form in the weekly meetings of the Club. The main objectives of the Club are to maintain a cultural exchange among the students from all the nations of the American Continentg to provide to its members a better knowledge of the economical, social, and political problems of each of these nations, and to learn about better ways of further- ing the understanding between all the students at Georgia Tech. To achieve these objectives, the Club meets with professors and students of Tech, and with organizations in Atlanta interested in Latin-America, publishes a periodic newspaper which is distrib- uted among interested people, presents an annual exhibit on Latin-American arts and culture, and a weekly radio program of Latin-American themes and music. The Club also sponsors several social activities for its members. OFFICERS Jorge Garcia . ..... . . Presicleni' Vic-l'or Soliero . . . Vice Presideni' Carlos Carlfo . . , , Treasurer Miguel Fernandez l . I Secre-i-ary JORGE GARCIA, President The WOIH8H,S Student Association was organized on campus in the spring of 1957. The membership con- sists of all undergraduate women students, and women graduate students as the associate members. The purpose of the association is to provide for the general welfare of the woman students, to estab- lish and maintain the finest standards of character and conduct, and to coordinate the activities of the Women students. The organization further seeks to better facilities for Women at Tech and to se- cure for the women students more equal treatment and opportunities in Tech's educational make- up. This organization is the first step to student government of women students by women stu- dents having a full and equal say in their affairs. 15.1 BARBARA GRUBER, President Wom n' Siucl ni ssociaiion Will the legs . . . er, meeting please come to order? oFFicERs MEMBERS Barbara Gruber Bartlett. B- MacLeod- S- President BI-ll'l'0n. L- Pressley. R- J R garter, S.J Sark-L k B ean ay n, . o roc , . Vice President 65321, R, Salhir, S5 , , G b r, B. Spurin, . Verma Kmg Heli-Ilindon, W. Starr, S. Secrelary Hesterlee, S. Tonwmg. J- C I Q Jackson, M. Vea, . are YQfZfaiut1':cKown King, v, Williams, C. MacKown, C. Wilson. C- B. A . Members take part in Activities Night OFFICERS V Bill Amis President ., .,., - ..g. .. Hadley Wellborn Vice Presidenf Susan S+arr Secrefa ry Earl Welsh Treasurer Finished piece is removed from kiln. MEMBERS Amis, B. Archer, J. Arnold, R. Clark, G. Edwards, L. Fiddler, F. Garreff, L. Hagerman, J. Ho-plcins, P. Kinkela, J. Marshall, T. Munos, M. Price, M. Redford, T. C. Siarr, S. Wellborn, H. Welsh, E. BILL AM IS, President Susan Sfarr overcomes a fesiy sifuafion. In 1926 the Georgia Tech Student Chapter of the American Ceramic Society was formed. This group was to become a part of the national organization. Any student seeking a de- gree in Ceramic Engineering is eligible for membership in the society. The purposes of the American Ceramic Society are to give students at Tech the opportunity to meet some of the professional leaders in the Held of ceramics, to promote a feeling of fraternalism within the School of Ceramic En- gineering, and to develop the personality and character of the individual who joins the society. Frequently during the year the society is visited by men in ceramics. These lec- tures are sponsored by the American Ceramic Society and inform the students of the varied phases in ceramic engi- neering. This is only one of the diversiiied and numerous functions of the society. During the year an informal party, picnic, or dance is held for the members and dates. American Ceramic Snci ly Q I- .,,, Members spend much fime in lab. American Ch mical Sociely The membership of the Georgia Tech American Chemical Society consists of stu- dents in the schools of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering. Members are student afliliates of the National ACS, and upon graduation, may become full members. The purpose of the student chapter is to allow students in Chemistry and Chemical Engineering to become better acquainted and to foster a professional spirit among the members. Members are afforded an opportunity to become more familiar with their respective fields through the programs presented by the Society. The academic side is presented by members of the Tech faculty. Theseprofessors present talks concerned with their particular research areas or with new developments in the chemical lields. The practical side of the lields are presented by persons employed by related industries and by films provided by these industries. Chapter members tour both the research facilities on the campus and those located at Atlanta indus- tries. The Society thus provides an unequalled opportunity for students in the chemical area to enrich their minds. Bishop, M. E. Braie, D. C. Eason, R. W. Garre'H', J. B. G H D Hauss, G. E. Koger, J. W. Lillard, L. C. ROBERT CLARK, Presideni Currie, R. M. Carpenier, J. regg- . . Guffey, H. D. MEMBERS Mullis, K. B. Nelson, N. B. Sheffield, B. D. Smith, J. D. Smith, W. F. Tate, J. R. Thomas, J. B. Tsonopoulos, C. Tuller, F. N. Waikins, D. W. Zeigler, E. H. OFFICERS Ro bert Clark President Napoleon Nelson Vice President Franklin Smiih Secretary John Koger Treasurer Members discuss lecture during break. Plans in +he making. Mi... 233 Members work l'ogel'her on ioinl' proiecl. OFFICERS Hanson Lewis President Leroy Brownlee Vice President Ronnie Daniel Secretary Barbara Gruber Treasurer MEMBERS Behar, E. Gruber, B. Blum, J. Hall, R. Brownlee, L. Herrman, K. Cauvin, P. Holloway, J. Chandler, E. Keyfer, A. Chadwick, J. Malfhews, J. Daniel, R. Ponder, L. Devine, J. RaHel', R. Freeland, L. Relcau, R. Fuga'l'e, K. Schwab, H. Fumbanlcs, J. S+arr, R. Gaillard, G. Villacor-I-a, E. Grey, J. Weidenmuller, A. Wil"l'en, J. HANSON LEWIS, Presidenl i 'QWY' diisikak YJ Advisor gives cririque of an unfinished plale. The activities of the student chapter of the American Institute of Architects are many and varied. Included in these are presentation of movies and lec- tures on architecture and allied areas, departmental and outside exhibits, parties for the group, and the reception of visitors to the campus. Month- ly, a group of members attends the meeting of the Georgia AIA. In the spring of the year the student chapter and the state chapter of AIA have a joint meeting. At that time architectural problems can be discussed with leading architects. The biggest highlight of the year is the Beau Arts Ball, decorated and planned by the members. The AIA is an important oppor- tunity for students to get a feel for what is involved in the practice of architecture. Membership is open to those students in Architecture who have completed their freshmen year. The society meets in the Student Lounge of the Architecture Building, and invites those interested to come. American In Iiiul of Archiiecls American siilui of Ch mical Engineers ROBERT DEES, President Adams, W. A. Bains, F. E. Bishop, M. E. Busbee, W. L. Carpenter, J. M. Clark, R. W. Cooper, R. H. Corne'H', W. G. Craig, J. D. Crouch, B. A. Dees, J, R. Esfripeaur, R. R. Freeman, S. W. MEMBERS Gregg, H. D. Guffey, C. G. Hanby, J. E. Harris, R. P. Hu'FFord, A. D. James, K. A. Jenny, J. W. Johnson, K. A. Kroger, J. W. Lawrence, R. L. Lillarcl, C. C. Marchal, A. W. Miller, G. L. Nowlin, B. E. Peeler, L. C. Scott, K. E. Self, R. W. Sheffield, B. D. Smith, W. F. Stringer, H. L. VanLandingham, R. Westbrook, W. W. Whelchel, P. H. Whi+aker, R. J. Woocl, W. C. Zeigler, E. H. A.l.Ch.E. member explains exhibit on Paren'l's' Day. Students listen ro speaker ar a weekly meeting. Guest speakers are numerous. The student chapter of the American Institute of Chemi- cal Engineers was founded with the purpose of letting the student in Chemical Engineering become acquainted with the professional aspects of his major field. This goal is attained through two means. First, well known speakers in this field are brought to the meetings where the members are given the opportunity to discuss relevant topics with these men. Second, the organization attempts to instill in each of the members a spirit of professionalism in hopes that the student will take pride in the field that he is to eventually work in. Annual awards for high scholastic achievement are presented to the members as well as en- couraging members to present technical material at national conventions. Frequent social functions, as well as frequent meetings, are held throughout the year. OFFICERS Robert Dees Presiclenf Charles Guffey Vice President Reno VanLandingham Secretary Walfer Busbee Treasurer 235 Gray, D. B. Americunl Iiiui of Indusiriul Engineers Eddie Hicks . . C. K. Edmondson . Lin Budreau . . . B. H. Hackmeyer . MEMBERS Adamson, R. M. Allen, R. W. Arie, E. A. Bargeron, L. A. Barnett, G. S. Barnwell, J. R. Barl'le'H', M. W. Bell, L. S. Bell, W. T. Berman, F. P. Bierman, J. E. Black, B. R. Bledsoe, D. E. Bloom, D. C. Brandt, D. A. Branford, R. E. Brown, G. E. Budreau, J. L. Calhoun, D. L. Carmkhael, T. H. Chadwick, F. R. Cason, R. D. Chael, V. M. Clark, G. D. Cochran, J. R. Conway, R. N. Coulter, P. L. Danzig, M. B. Dean, P. E. Dennard, C. T. De'r'l'man, C. E. Dick, W. N. Dozier, T. M. Eaves, E. J. Edmondson, C. K. Feder, M. E. Fischel, M. Franklin, S. O. Gahagan, R. E. OFFICERS Ka ernick, J. S. P Kelly, B. Kierbow, King, H. H. W. D. Jones, D. C. Jones, M Jouanef, .D. P. G. Lane, J. H. Lazarus, W. H. Lemerl, R. O Gay, A. L. Martin, P. L. Gonzalez, P. Marlin, F. A. Gonzalez, R. R. McRae, J. C. erifran, E. D. Hackmeyer, B. H. Hairrell, W. B. Hargelf, W. B. Haverfield, P. B. Hawkins, W. N. Hemmi, J. B. Hicks, J. E. Hoffman, H. Horak, R. E. Howard, J. F. Hufli, D. D. Kang, K. A. Kelly, E. L. lannacone, R. T. Meetings include flicks. Moore, J. w. . Presidenl' Vice Presidenl' . Secre'l'ary . Treasurer Rivers, E. P. Rogers, O. F. Rogers, M. L. Rubenstein, L. J. Sanclemenle, S. O. Scott, C. R. SCOH- L- E- EDDIE Hicks, President Shanklin, V. E. Shenoy, K. R. K -- ,e Sheppard, G. C. 4 I Sinclair, D. C. Smith, R. H. fri! Strange, E. C S+uar+, C. M. Morahan, N. W. :Sl'uarl', R. B. Morgan, S. L. Moseley, C. D. Nass, A. W. Nichols, C. E. Ortega, H. J. Osieryoung, H. S. Parker, D. R. Pearson, G. R. Perusse, J. S. Price, R. L.' Ragsdale, R. M. Ramasalry, A. S. Ray, D. K. Respess, H. A. SuHles, J. M. Thomas, R. E. Walend, K. E. Ward, A. A. Ward, J. L. Waskey, A. J. Welling+on, R. W. Whitley, J. B. Wilkes, J. L. Willcox, R. R. Williamson, H. L. Winn, S. D. Youngner, L. D. Za pico, L. A. Discussion follows. The American Institute of Industrial Engineers is the national technical society of professional men who are engaged in the various phases of industrial engineering. The purpose of the Georgia Tech student chapter of AIIE is to create, develop, and maintain a keen interest in the iields of industrial engineering. Members are given the opportunity to witness new techniques and developments in the industrial engineering Held through a program filled with lectures, movies, and plant trips. The Indus- trial Engineering school opened on the campus in 1946 with the student chapter of AIIE being organized immediately. Since its founding the organization has grown to be one of the largest so- cieties at Tech. Membership is open to any Industrial Engineer- ing student who is a sophomore or above. Belonging to the Stu- dent Chapter also entitles the members to a subscription of the Journal of Industrial Engineers, a publication of valuable worth. Weekly meeting draws crowd. Socieiy of Auiomoiive ngineers MEMBERS AbboH', F. Harvey, T. Poss, D. Aikman, R. HiaH', J. Roberts, J. Augue, C. Hodgson, J. Salling, R. Ballard, R. HoFfman, D. Seymoor, D. Byingion, F. Horne, K. Springer, R. Campbell, S. Jackson, J. S+an+on. R. Chandler, J. Jouanei, P. Staten, R. Claudei, J. Kinard, D. Sugden, K. Clephane, A. Lake, R. Swanson, R. Conley, L. Larrazabal, L. Turner, T. Crismond, L. Lewis, C. Webb, P. Crumbley, R. Lord, W. Wegener, J. Eady, F. Marks, G. Wesibrook, H. Ellars, B. Neeley, P. White, G. Evans, J. Norman, W. Whitley, R. Gamble, B. Peirecca, P. Wilson, W. Hammond, C. Plumbley, W. Young, K. Members inspeci' new Ford ai' A'I'lan'l'a Assembly plant. RAY CRUMBLEY, President The student branch of the Society of Automotive Engineers is a technical group that appeals to the student interested in design, production, or maintenance and operation of automotive material. The purpose of this organization is to promote, through the holdings of meetings, the arts, sciences, and engineering practices connected with design, construction, and utilization of automotive apparatus. The organization meanwhile en- courages good fellowship among the engineering students at Tech. At the meetings of the club, Iilms and speakers are presented to broaden the students' engineering education, besides providing an opportunity for those interested to meet and discuss automotive topics. Outstanding events in the club year were several field trips to automotive plants in the Atlanta area. Members also attend monthly meetings of the S.A.E. OFFICERS Ray Crumbley . ..... . . Eresijenl' Dave P055 , , , . . ice l'BSl Shi' 7 Arfhur Clephane , . . Sect-Treas American Mark ing OFFICERS Bruce Hiclcox President Bill Cooper Vice President William Roberis Secretary Bill Casileberry Treasu rer BRUCE HICKOX, President In the present world of economic situations the methodology of the past in the field of marketing is no longer applicable. The period of production in American indus- try has passed by and now the problem is not how to produce enough but how to most effectively distribute the great productive capacity of our modern technology. It is the purpose of the American Marketing Association to provide a link between the theoretical study of marketing in the classroom and its practical application in the business World. Leading businessmen, in the field of marketing, present talks and participate in discussions at the meetings which are held every third Week. This association gives students opportunities for improving their viewpoint and for making valuable contacts in the business World of which they will soon be a part. Faculfy advisors look on. Meeiings are small bu+ much is accomplished. MEMBERS Ashe, H. P. Grande, B. H. Harwell, R. M. Heidi, W. D. Beard, J. A. Berry, J. W. Campos, F. M. Hiclxox, B. Castleberry, W. C. Holland, F. Coo-per, W. Jassie, A. Deile. A. J. Leggeii, M. M. Duggan, J. E. Lulaberman, H. MacDonald, T. E. Mariin, J. S. McCarney, D. H. McGibony, R. F. Roberts, W. G. Shoemaker, R. W. Thompson, H. E. Whiiney, E. The American Handling Society at Georgia Tech was the Hrst organized student chapter of the American Handling Society, a national professional society organized twelve years ago to advance the theory and practice of material handling and allied arts and sciences. The objectives of this organization are to promote a better understanding of material handling problems and solutions, to dessimi nate technical, scientific and professional at- titude among the members, to bring industry and students together in the exchange of ideas, and to emphasize the importance of Material Handling as an engineering science. All students of sophomore standing or above enrolled at Tech are eligible for member- ship. Activities are such that they are consistent with professional ideals and ethics and are conclusive to the general student welfare. This year men from industry spoke at the chapter meetings and plant trips to various spots around Greater Atlanta were held. American Mulerial Handling Society LARRY FISHER, Presideni. OFFICERS Larry Fisher . . .... . . . Presideni James Apple . . . Vice Presideni' Francisco Arechaga . . . . Secrerary Ed ScoH' . . . . . Treasurer MEMBERS Apple, J. M. Carmichael, T. H. Hamaraf, R. N. Rogers, O. F. Arechaga, F. J. Chadwick, F. R. Hemmi, J. B. Rubensrein, L. Barne'H', G. S. Danzig, M. B. Hofmann, H. A. Scoii, E. Barl'le'H's, M. W. Enderica, J. A. King, H. D. Sirange, E. C. Bell, L. S. Faullcner, R. E. Marrin, P. L. Walden, R. E. Berman, F. P. Fisher, L. J. Osieryoung, J. S. Walend, K. F. Bierman, J. E. Fosier, D. O. Price, R. L. Williams, V. R Calhoun, D. L. Gomel, A. Quincoses, R. N. Zapico, L. 239 A. M. H. S. holds meerings berween quarierly proiecis. Planning goes in'I-o all club aciivihes Bari' Henson . David Pauls . Neil Carier . Andy Waldrop OFFICERS . . . . . . . Presideni' . Vice Presideni' Regular business is conduc'I'ed during weekly meeiing. .. Secreiary . Treasurer MEMBERS Adams, A. L. Darrohn, S. D. Agid, G. S. DeJarneHe, J. L. Allen, C. T. Dennis, P. E. Bachman, J. H. Dial, J. H. Bagwell, C. B. Drake, G. E. Basil, R. F. DuckeH', E. E Bafes, M. A. Durden, J. V. Biddy, T. L. Edwards, H. S. Bouiwell, C. Falvey, D. A. Bowers, D. J. Bradford, J. O. Braniley, G. J. Brooking, S. A. Brookshire, J. K. Brown, M. R. Bryanf, K. A. Burgess, B. W. Call, J. C. Cardenal, J. Carrer, N. X. Clark, E. A. Coais, D. T. Cooper, J. H. Corlseif, D. N. Courie, P. S. Crim, R. L. Filmer, C. H. Freeman, J. L. Garcia, J. Geise, J. W. Glankner, D. P. Gregory, ,H. C. Gurry, K. J. Hasiie, C. R. Henson, B. S. Hodges, D. E. Jeppe, A. W. Joyner, F. A. Keys, J. W. Conkwrighr, G. A. Knowles, D. R Knox, J. W. Lance, J. B. Larrowe, M. Lewis, G. C. BART HENSON, Presideni' Mernbers in C.E. lab. 'Wi T DR. MAYER, Faculiy Advisor American Society of The Georgia Tech Student Chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers obtained its charter in 1924. All sophomores, juniors, and seniors in Civil Engineering are eligible for membership and are welcome at the meet- ings. The student chapter is one of the many active departmental organizations on our campus that aids the stu- dent of that department to go further into his chosen field. Civil engineering itself presents a Wide panorama of areas for future fields of Work. The A.S.C.E., through informative programs and speakers, attempts to expose the undergraduate in civil engineering to the professional side of his school room curriculum. MEMBERS , Q Lindsey, B. W. Lockwood, C. J. Reed, A. C. Reeves, J. D. Loyd, J. E. Ris, c. H. Lyden, J. J. Russell, T. W. Lynch, J. D. Ryan. J- V- Mahomar, E. Sal-lman, J. W. Mazowieclti, C. R. Schulh, R. H. McKune, J. F. Mclvlullan, W. T. McNeill, R. E. Miller, M. E. Miro, D. C. Sherrill, F. W. Simpson, G. W. Smilh, W. J. Specior, S. H. Sfallings, L. J. Moore, L. G. Sfanley, J. B. Morrow, E. P. Sione, J. F. Neff. R. A. Siraulo, E. K. Parker, E. G. Tevander, E. R. Parrish, T. Thomas, R. lvl. PaHillo, J. S. Tuclier. R- C. Pauls, D. E. Waldrop, L. A. Peterson. E- A- Wall- H- R- Plaque names ouisianding members of l'he A.S.C.E. Pla'H', R. E. Walz, C. A. Pollard, R. W. Webb, J- A. Pope, R. - WilleH, H. E. Pouncey, L. R. Willis, T. A. Prann, J. A. Whitehead, K. Prann, J. E. Quinn, E. L. Younge, G. S. Zequeira, R. E. 24-'I Annual picnic is -fun fgr all, C.E.'s spend time making up yearly report Ci 'I Engineers 1 The George Tech chapter of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers gives the Mechanical Engineering Student an excellent opportunity to meet with other Mechanical Engineering students for the purpose of discussing the most recent developments in the Mechanical Engineering field. In order to better acquaint the Mechanical Engineering student with this professional side of engineering, the society conducts bi-weekly meetings often supplemented with informative lectures by authorities in the Mechanical Engineering and other closely allied fields. One of the privileges accorded to its members is a subscription to the monthly journal, Mechanical Engineering. This journal provides the society's members with a means of keeping up With new techniques and developments Within the industry. As an active member, the student has at his disposal the Na- tional Engineering Library facilities in New York and he also becomes eligible for the many available scholarships. DR. BARNETT, Faculry Advisor - . 7- Members rinker wi'l'h milling machine. MEMBERS MEMBERS Adamson, W. L. Alford, D. E. Ballard, R. D. Bandy, J. M. Bellum, C. A. Bender, R. L. Benne'H, M. D. Berry, M. E. Blackwood, D. C. Booih, G. B. Bradford, R. D. Brannon, R. R. Brock, J. D. Brosnan, F. D. Brown, A. O. Buxton, A. L. Canirell, R. S. Carter, J. G. Chance, H. R. Church, B. R. Claudeii, A. J. Coalson, M. S. Cosby, W. W. David, J. M. David, R. M. Davies, T. M. Duggan, J. B. Duke, H. R. Dunlap, N. W. Ervin, R. M. Evans, H. H. Ever'l'on, l. M. Flonders, H. E. Frickhoeffer, W. H. Gibson, L. D. Gillespie, D. N. Green, L. W. Hale, M. F. Hall, G. F. Haney, M. D. Haverfield, P. B. HiaH, J. H. Hocu'H', W. H. Hodgson, J. W. Judge, J. R. Kayes, J. E. Leasure, J. A. Lindsey, D. E. Precision is 'Found in merrology lab. Adamson, W. L. Alford, D. E. Ballard, R. D. Bandy, J. M. Bellum, C. A. Bender, R. L. Berry, M. E. Benne'H', M. D. Blackwood, D. C. Booth, G. B. Bradford, R. D. Brannon, R. R. Brock, J. D. Brosnan, F. D. Brown, A. O. Buxton, A. L. Cantrell, R. S. Carrer, J. G. Chance, H. R. Church, B. R. ClaudeH', A. J. Coalson, M. S. Cosby, W. W. David, J. M. 242 David, R. M. Davies, T. M. Duggan, J. B. Duke, H. R. Dunlap, N. W. Ervin, R. M. Evans, H. H. Everton, l. M. Flonders, H. E. FrickhoeFFer, W Gibson, L. D. Gillespie, D. N. Green, L. W. Hale, M. F. Hall, G. F. Haney, M. D. Haverfield, P. B HiaH, J. H. Hocu'H, W. H. Hodgson, J. W Judge, J. R. Kayes, J. E. Leasure, J. A. Lindsey, D. E. FRED HALE, Presidenl' OFFICERS Fred Hale . . .... . . . Presidenl' Lowell Prah' . . . Vice Presideni' Jeff Hodgson . . . . Secrelary Edward Meyer . . . Treasurer ff! A.S.M.E. holds weelcly mee+ings on Tuesday. Demonslrafion of 'lensile 1'esl'. Members s'rudy di+l1ermal framisfan. 243 American Society For Mechanical ngineers Final adiusfmenls are macle before experiment I love if. OFFICERS A.l.E.E. O. E. Marvel ........... Presiclem' L. P. Comstock . . Vice Presiclenl' R. Heller . . . . . Secretary E. Ospi-na . . . . Treasurer E.E. learns 'lo use a 'rorque wrench. The IRE is an international professional society of electrical engineers who are interested in communica- tion, data processing, space flight, industrial controls, etc.-all made possible by electronics. The Georgia Tech chapter of the IRE was founded in 1945 and one of their main objectives of the IRE has been to keep all of its members up to date on all of the latest innovations in the electronic world. Other objectives of the IRE are to instill in its members a desire to publish new ideas and methods through the IRE publications and to gain a better perspective of high quality professional Work through lectures and field trips to many of the industrial and electronic plants. On January 1, 1963, the IRE combined with another of the organi- zations in the Electrical Engineering department, the A.I.E.E., to form the I.E.E.E.-the Institute of Elec- trical and Electronic Engineers. The purpose of this newly formed organization is to advance the Electri- cal Engineering profession and those students who will soon be in that Held. In iiiuie of Elech-onics and Electrical ngineers li worked yesierday. Aulfman, W. K. Belcher, J. J. Benford, G. R. Beriz, R. E. Bishop, L. A. Bloodwo-r+l'a, D. S. Bower, D. E. Bowwden, J. D. Brown, C. T. Cain, F. L. Caplan, J. R. Carmichael, J. A. Carer, C. M. Cary, C. W. Casiillo, M. N. Comsfock, L. P. Coin, J. N. Cox, G. G. Cox, N. W. Deming, C. D. Draisen, B. H. Eley, R. D. Farrish, D. T. Gibson, M. J. Greene, F. B. Harwell, W. W. MEMBERS A.I.E.E. Heller, R. Henderson, H. G. Hilbers, L. F. lvesfer, J. F. lveser, J. H. Ken-F, T. B. Kay, R. J. Lamberi, F. D. Lawrence, J. C. Leavell, K. H. Line berger, E. A. Lowry, D. W. Marvel, O. E. McDonald, G. McKinny, T. H. McRae, M. H. Miller, R. M. B. Moncrief, M. L. Morion, M. T. Newman, J. L. Nichols, E. L. Nunn, R. L. Ospina, E. Paddock, S. G. Parrish, M. J. Parr, J. W. Poinsefi, R. J. Rasi, G. B. Rhineharf, R. R. Richardson, A. C. Rogers, A. L. Smi+h, D. V. Smi+h, J. B. Smiih, L. H. Sfarr, S. R. Siickel, J. E. Swearingen, D. Swinger, J. Teems, M. D. W. Tempi, K. A. Tench, J. G. Tomlinson, H. M Toole, W. E. Trai, B. O. Trainor, T. J. Uffer, M. B. Wallis, W. L. Whiilow, W. H Whiilow, J. R. Williams, L. M. Wood, C. N. Wood, E. W. Ziblich, M. E. Smile. MEMBERS I.R.E. . E.E.,'s make preparaiions for a big Pareni"s Day. OFFICERS I.R.E. Don Bodnar . . . . . . . . . . Presiden+ Edward Weinman . . Vice Presideni loberi' Sullivan . . . Secrefary Abella, C. Erb, T. L. Anfopolsky, I. Esslinger, R. J. Arfhur, M. E. Evans, R. L. ' Baker, P. D. Evans, W. E. Bergsfroim, P. Farrish, D. T. 'ON BODNAR, Presid eni Berry, L. D. Blanco, C. R. Bower, D. E. Bradshaw, W. E. Brewer, H. S. Bryan, R. E. Bryon, J. H. Campbell, G. R. Campbell, R. Carer, J. C. Cassilly, J. H. Cheek, R. W. Daniel, K. W. Dooley, B. Dyar, J. R. Dye, K. E. Fields, W. G. Fink, R. L. File, J. W. Fos+er, R. D. Fowler, S. H. Gulifee, C. O. Gun'l'er, D. R. Hall, T. A. Hamp+on, C. O. Harris, B. A. Hays, J. H'. Hilbers, L. F. Howard, E. C. Hughen, J. H. James, F. V. Jennings, H. B. 245 Jones, A. C. Jones, T. G. Kellerman, E. Kidd, J. C. Kidwell, B. S. Klein, W. R. Lafham, T. W. Lifshiiz, S. Losleben, P. Lynn, J. J. Lyon, R. C. Marvel, O. E. Marreson, J. F. McClure, J. McElroy, D. R. McGrady, W. Mehaffy, J. H. Millican, R. E. Mifchell, W. S. Mogill, D. R. Moody, L. E. Moiran'iini,s, N. Miliis, A. C. Nabors, J. K. Nehama, S. Norfon, D. H. Noya, R. A. O'Con noir, T. S. Parr, D. E. Peluso, W. M. Pensinger, J. M. Perkins, W. W. Peferson, L. A. Phillips, R. P. Pickeff, G. F. Pinkerron. F. R. Remaley, G. Rogers, D. E. Rose, J. W. Ross, J. O. Sanford, D. S. Schloi-zhauer, ci E. Shulis, R. D. Sloan, R. F. Siandifer, W. C. Sullivan, R. P. Suiherland, J. C. Swinford, M. C. Taylor, R. L. Turner, T. A. Tyler, G. L. Vines, T. L. Wallace, R. W. WaHs, N. P. Wea-i-hers, L. Websfer, E. G. Weinman, E. A. Wes'l', H. M. Wharion, W. H. Willis, W. C. Wills, P. W. Wren, M. M. The Institute of the Aerospace Sciences is the representative society in America for engineers and specialists in all the air and space sciences. The basic mission of the Institute is to facilitate by all available means the interchange of techni- cal ideas among aerospace engineers in this country and abroad. The purpose of the student section is to develop and implement an active series of programs to acquaint student members with the realities and responsibilities of the profes- sions relating to the principles of llight. This is the last year the IAS will be in existence as an organization due to a merger with the American Rocket Society. The new depart- mental organization will be known as the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics from now on. Members get grins during l.A.S. meeting. Parents' Day demonstration. I RICHARD DYKES, President MEMBERS OFFICERS Richard Dykes . .... . . President Aikens' H' Robert Stoy . . Vice President Jgiwi AI Vafnev - - . . Secretary Bzfchneid, E.B. Charles Mason . , Treasurer Blackmon, C. M. In iiiul of Aero pa Sci nces Boys, T. R. Brown, G. Burr, W. L. Callens, E. E. Carlson, P. Crenshaw, P. Davis, J. C. Doub, J. D. Dykes. R. A. Epstein, J. M. Facey, J. R. Fulton, A. K. Gardner, D. Giddens, D. P. Haney, H. P. Hill, S. Howard, J. W. Humphrey, G. T. Jackson, C. A. Jackson, M. A. Maddox, R. Mann, R. L. Marchand, E. O. Mason, C. A. McAvoy, J. M. Mercer, S. C. Morris, S. J. Murrah, B. W. Porter, J. L. Reece, E. W. Roberson, C. F. Rudder, F. Samples, W. R. Saunders, N. H. Sills, J. A. Smith, S. J. Stadler, W. Stoy, R. Sturgeon, R. W vonSchIegeII, A. Wagner, J. A. Watkins, J. A. Weaver, T. Whitehead, K. D Wittmeyer, R. E Woodward, J. H Wooten, W. Wright, T. Wyatt, J. Yancey, J. Zuments, G. OFFICERS W. J. Vereen ....... . . . Pres'd + L. A. Lowdermilk . . . Vice Presidizi' M. E. Cochran . . . . Secretary ' F- E- BBIHS - - . . Treasurer JERRY VEREEN, President Marines rake break between flicks ai' meering. S mper Ficlelis All Tech students under contract to the United States Marine Corps for a commis- sion are eligible for membership in the Semper Fidelis Society. These men consist of NROTC Juniors and Seniors who have elected to go Marine Option and of mem- bers of the Platoon Leaders Class, which eliminates ROTC and substitutes six Weeks of 6'Boot Camp" and six weeks of summer camp. Other students with an in- terest in the Corps, such as ex-Marines, are invited to attend meetings. Under the guidance of Jerry Vereen, President, and Major Frank Harris, Advisor, the Georgia Tech chapter completed its first year as one of the outstanding military societies on Campus. At the meetings, held every two Weeks, movies of interest are shown, along with speakers, many of whom have had years of actual combat experience. Spring Hnds the entire membership of the Semper Fidelis Society on the track preparing for the summer stay-at Quantico. Semper Fidelis is the well known motto of one of the world's most respected lighting forces-the United States Marine Corps. On Campus, the Society functions to build leaders for this fighting corps. T.- MEMBERS Baines, F. E. Bowers, W. R. Cochran, M. E. Dameron, W. H. French, C. E. Hicirox, B. B. Huddleston, G. K. Irby, M. S. Joiner, W. C. Jones, R. W. Loiwciermilk, L. Martin, G. H. Palmer, G. F. Preston, C. P. Roundiree, W. Van Hou'l'en, R. Vereen, W. J. Williamson, R. D D 247 A. A. Socieiy for Aclvunc ni of Manage ni Members lisfen io guesl' speaker al' Tuesday meeling. LARRY MASHBU RN Presudenl 248 Dave Herring+on a+ conference. MEMBERS Adams, J. A. Alford, R. W. Allen, R. T. Anderson, J. M. Ashe, H. E. Agar, J. M. Bailey, W. H. Baker, B. R. Barnharf, J. P. Barios, J. M. Beard, J. A. Beebe, M. J. Benbow, C. H. Blake, J. D. Bouve'H'e, E. C. Boys, T. R. Brazil, J. G. Bredenberg, J. J. Broclxs, G. C. Broom, C. M. Browning, J. W. Calbos, D. P. Caldwell, R. S. Campbell, L. A. Campos, F. M. Cardenal, J. Casablanca, H. Chapman, W. E. Chappell, J. C. Ches+er, W. C. Clark, C. L. Clini-on, J. l. I Coffey, L. C. Coker, M. A. Craig, T. M. Davis, H. S. Davis, R. D. Dean, P. E. Dearman, O. D. Deas, J. W. Deele, A. J. Dishinger, C. W Dol1eri'y, L. R. Duggan, J. E. DurreH', T. J. Eason, E. R. Edgar, S. G. Epps, J. K. Ervin, B. W. Freeman, S. J. Fordi, R. A. Fox, W. V. Franlclin, J. E. Fuller, J. A. Gee, J. F. Glover, M. B. Goldner, J. T. Grenade, B. H. Grooms, L. E. Gusefslxe. B. J. Hal1ne, W. B. Hall, R. L. Hamillon, K. A. Hare, W. B. Harwell, R. M. Haslam, G. M. Heidi, W. D. Herring+on, D. E. Hillcman, M. R. Holmes, W. R. Hooks, B. D. Hunfer, J. D. Jassa, A. C. Jones, J. L. Keisling, J. H. Kelley, Z. R. Kemp, J. S. King, H. M. Larson, K. L. LeggeH, M. M. MEMBERS Linville, G. D. Love, P. R. Lovvorn, T. C. Luebbermann, H. A. Manning, W. S. Marlin, J. S. Mashburn, L. E. McCamy, D. H. McDonald, T. E. McDonald, T. G. McGil:bo1ny, R. T. McGowan, W. H. Mead. S. A. Meyer, R. C. Milan, L. J. Mincey, J. F. Mitchell, T. H. Mohga, D. G. Moore, R. P. Moore, W. P. Moreland, R. B. Naiion, S. L. NeH'les, W. E. Orr, J. C. Ortega, G. Palmero, B. L. Phillips, C. T. Pointer, R. N. Popp, R. J. Price, L. T. Ragsdale, R. M. Reeves, W. B. Roberts, W. G. Robertson, C. B. Rogen, R. J. Rogers, O. T. Rogers, R. P. Saucer, D. C. Savage, D. C. Scanling, F. H. Schoninger, H. M. Shelby, W. E. Shaff, D. H. Sherwood, H. M. Shoemaker, R. W. Shropshire, F. C. Shuler, J. G. Shurlaerf, B. B. Sims, C. T. Smiih, M. G. Smith, R. H. Smith, T. C. Springfield, K. B. Stock, R. G. Strickland, R. S. Suddaih, F. L. Thomas, C. A. Thomas, R. D. Tillman, J. C. Thompson, H. E. Thorton, B. R. Tolleson, G. P. Tollman, S. L. Turner, J. A. Turner, T. R. Walters, C. L. Waison, J. R. Wear, D. W. Webb, E. W. Werner, J. E. Whisenani, S. H. White, J. N. Williams, J. L. Windham, C. L. Wiicher, W. G. Wolf, R. W. Wommack, C. C. Wood, J. R. Yancey, F. V. Yarbrough, A. G. l 1 Mayor Ivan Allen speaks at Management Conference. Members proudly display resulfs of a year's hard work. OFFICERS Larry Mashburn . .... . . . President David Herrington . . Vice President Richard Meyer . . . Secretary Stanley Tollman , . Treasurer Tech's largest organization is the Society for the Advancement of Management. Widely known as SAM, membership is composed of sophomores, juniors, and sen- iors, from almost every depart- ment in the school. Thus, the So- ciety can have many viewpoints from each of the industries repre- sented. For the past three years, the Tech chapter of SAM has ranked in the top collegiate groups in the nation based on membership and participation. For 1961-1962, the chapter tied for first place in the nation from the iifty chapters located in the country. This year the chapter visited the Cluett-Peabody-Arrow Shirt Shop which is the largest shirt factory under one roof. The Winter Management Conference held on February 19, had as its keynote speaker Mayor Ivan Allen. Five other outstanding young business executives were at the conference, with their theme being "Young Man on the Go" in conjunction with the Atlanta Magazine. SAM also publishes a monthly newsletter called the North Avenue Journal. Any Tech student joining can be guaran- teed unlimited dividends and the advantage of working in a team. Larry Tucker, Associaie Eclifor Ed Joy, Editor The ollicial yearbook for the Georgia Institute of Tech- nology is the nationally recognized Blue Print. Publication of the book itself is handled entirely by members of the student body. The policies, plans, and budgeted operations are formulated by the- students subject to approval by the Georgia Tech Publications Board. This year under the able and unshakeable leadership of editor Ed Joy, the Blue Print not only managed to stay within its budget but was even able to be distributed before the end of the School year. The Blue Print for 1963 has attempted to capture a myriad of memories in Word and picture. The success of this at- tempt can be in large part attributed to the hard Working staff who slaved away with little reward other than the satisfaction of presenting to Georgia Tech another page of its great history. 1963 blu Bill Marchal, Organiza+ions Edifor Dave Pi'Hs, Co-classes Edifor . ,' V 1 'Ev ' ., print Paul Newi-on, Sporfs Ecli+or Susan Sfarr, Co-classes Edifor Bi-ll Dameron, Fra+erni+ies Edi+or Pa'I' NeH'les, General Edi+or Jim Marfin, 75Hf1 Year Anniversary Eclifor Don Schwarcz, Copy Edi+or Danny Harfley, Business Manager Tommy Thomas, Managing Eolifor E 253 Bernie Wenke, Plfmofography Edilror AI Price, Adverfising Manager KW GEORGIA TECH E GI EER Allen Siclcel, Business Manager the phoenix arises arises . . . smaller, more compat . . . more articles . . . less white space . . . seven times a year! . . . what staff? . . . no more Iiction-an engineering mag- azine! . . . not another Mon- day meeting . . . rockets, space, satellites . . . research . . . building . . . deadlines . . . late nights . . . late mag- azines . . . school? who goes to school? . . . galleys, gal- leys, galleys . Where are the pictures? . . . too many pagesl? . . .bloodshot eyes . . . gotta have more copy than ads . . . a changed Tech -a changed Engineer . . . the Wonderful world of sci- ence and engineering . . . bah. . .humbug. . . Tom TuHle, Circulaiion Manager Lynn Maddox, Associate Manager fx ' "W . ' . X '- - Q.: , .-as - ",'V6-671. ,VCP t ,sy If It ,.,, t k-.V X 1 4 , U Max Q---' , X Thos Muller, EdiJror Nf"NEEl!g,,, ,V-- . X Tony Luebbermann, Managing Edi+or I 1 Y J Ken MaH'e, Arf Edifor Another year in the Wor1d's smallest of- fice . . . However, the Rambler manages to push on . . . 'tl got this Whole new bottle of rubber cement-from the Tech- nique officen . . . Deadlines are met- for probably the first time in recorded history . . . "Of course it came out to- day-the Student Council Calendar said it was going to, didn't it?'7 . . . Same trouble with censors . . . We have trou- ble running any four-letter Words Clamp, rose, look, etc.j . . . "Yeah and then next issue Weire going to run nothin' but nekkid Wimminlv . . . The Rambler continues to have problems with staff members . . . Actually, with no staif members . . . "No meeting tonight-half the staff couldntt make it" . . . t'Why, what was he doing'?'i . . . Looks like next year vve'll either have a staff and no editor or an editor and no staif . . . Charlie Edmondson, Editor Ned Darden Editorial Assistant Van Johnson, Editorial Assistant Royle Duff Advertising Manager Don Higgins, Business Manager Bill Sumifs, Phowiography Ediior 'S' . . Jack Robinson, Managing Ediior Don Dean, Ari Ediior 251 TEC N QUE 5 u THE SOUTHS LIVELIEST COLLEGE NEWSPAPER Tech's weekly newspaper, self- described as a "third voice" in the campus community, exists to inform and challenge both the administration-faculty and the student body. As the prin- cipal campus publication, The Technique presents current campus problems and proposed solutions through its editorial pages, in addition to news, fea- tures, and sports material. It has been recognized by the Ad- ministration as a student pro- duced publication, and enjoys complete journalistic freedom, a responsibility which it dis- charges positively and objec- tively. The Technique has been rated consistently by the Asso- ciated College Press to be among the top college newspa- pers in its class, ranking above the publications of many liberal arts schools, and has been rated All-American, the top national scholastic rating, in two recent school years. 1 Eddie Hicks, Business Manager w H I .f Q1 , Ai lbjl 4,9 Evens Plowden, News Ecli+or Guinn Levere'H', Managing Edi+or . ,..,.,. H, x,,., A, .,,..,:f.x- 'wf' . Dave Colley, Spor+s Edifor Grady Thrasher, Associafe Edlfor Wes Sokolosky, Copy Ecli+or is 1,3 ul. 1 Z l fi? '15 ug -i 'Y Q1 rw Rick Wisler, Phdrography Edi+or lEd PaHeerson, Assis1'an+ Eclifor T .1 1 George CauH1en, Fea+ures Ediforq Joel Chinkes, Associafre Feafures Edifor Publicalion Board Mr. Frank Beckum Dean George Budig Mr. William Hines Dr. Karl Murphy MEMBERS BLUE PRINT ENGINEER RAMBLER TECHNIQUE CHAIRMAN Edward B. Joy Thos Muller Charlie Edmundson Michael L. Rogers Dean George Budlg Dan Hartley Allen C. Sickel Donald.Higgins James E. Hicks Pl DELTA EPSILON REP Mr. Frank Beckum Professor William Hines Mr. Bob Wallace Dr. Karl M. Murphy Jerome D. Goodrich STUDENT COUNCIL REP William Y. McCaslln Charlie Jerry Dan Eddie Don . . . Edmondson Goodrich Hartley Hicks Higgins englneerlng magazlney and the Blue Print, the yearbook The functions of the Board 1nclude l Ed Bill Thos Mike Allen JOY McCaslin Muller Rogers Sickel Epsilon. The Publications Board of Georgia Tech was established by the Student Council 1n 1945 to govern all campus student publications, which include the Technique newspaper, the Rambler feature-humor maga zine, the Engineer, technical adoption of policies, control of funds and budgets, the election of editors and business man agers, the approval of all staff appointments, and general su pervision. The Board itself 1S composed of the Assistant Dean of Students, the publication faculty advisors, all editors, and a member of P1 Delta i"llClKS Mike Rogers President Vice President l Bill Mullins Jerry Goodrich Sec. 84 Treas. Pub. Board Rep. John Dillon Charlie Edmondson Dan Hariley Don Higgins Bill McCaslin Thos Muller Pi Delta Epsilon is the honorary society on the Georgia Tech cam- pus which recognizes the leaders in collegiate journalism. Its found- ing keystone was that of service at the sacrifice of personal pleasure, and for membership one must be in his sixth quarter of service on a publication staff. During the past year, Pi Delta Epsilon has been working toward the ideal of publication guided solely by students, and pursuing this, has implemented considerable freedom in student journalism. For a technical school such as ours, the high literary quality of its publications speaks well of the work of Pi Delta Epsi- lon honorary organization. 263 Ed Joy Bill Lalrenan Allen Sicltel Bernie Wenlce Jerry Cox, Presidenf . John Hayes, Secrefary Don House, Vice-Presiolen+ John Hayes kicks off Campus Chesi' Drive. Bill George, Treasurer Typical Tuesday mghi' meehng. Slud ni Council The Georgia Tech Student Council has made tremendous strides during the past year. Its success can be attributed to several factors: outstanding oflicers, enthusiastic committee chairmen, and a strong Willingness to work, prominent among the representatives. Perhaps the Councilis most signiticant accomplishment is one the past Student Councils have con- stantly strived toward, that is, support from the Student Body. This popular support is reflected in the success of the Check Cashing program and the Discount Service. Committee mem- bership is open to any Techman, affording him the opportun- ity to develop his interests by applying himself to the standing committee of his choice. Having accomplished much in the year of 1962 63 the Student Council of this year 1963-64 ' looks forward to continued student interest and support. 2 ACADEMIC ATHLETIC 8: SCHOOL SPIRIT CALENDAR Bill McCasIin Grady Thrasher Paul Morgan ELECTIONS HISTORIAN INFIRMARY INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS Sam Va'nLandingham Barbara Bari'Ie'H Joe Kayes COPTIINBIETEE Jo n i un PUBLICITY RAMBLIN' HECK SEATING Van Wa'Iers Henry Sawyer Fefe Rhodes CAMPUS CHARITY CAMPUS GOVERNMENT CONSTITUTION CHECK CASHING John Hayes Gil Amelie Joel Parker F,-ed Hgrons "l'Il Siucl ni Council 267 JUDICIARY CABINET PARKING PUBLICITY Tom Winingder Dick Sfoddard Franny Branfley STUDENT ACTIVITIES BUILDING STUDENT DISCOUNT SERVICE HONOR COMMITTEE WELEARE Jim Baldwin Ron Sfallings Bob Tyree PGI' DICIKSOH Busbee Galmagan Caldwell Dulce 1, gala Scruggs sells s+uden'l- discouni- carcls a+ Ac'l'ivi Franny presenls plaque lo Tecl1's laesl' GGY Gel' ef , , 'hes Nnghf. bowler. V , , ,mf jk, y 'iff if 5 351 -in 'Sim hs'i'Af1f+-145' .J Lasl' year's presiclenl' Joe McCul'cl1en presen+s Jerry wi1'l1 gavel. ? Siud ni Council " ' QWVW''X-xNx"i:iQf'C:Ci'?51 EJIW . '-vm.-4 1 :Q v vsp riff Q XE X 1 X :' . sssr w,.. Gruber Perry Roy Q --,-.Q-1 ' Johnson Price - 's Sosa , 'SQ fs-'f's.sfr " ---35: f '- :1V'N ' -'wb , .,-- XFN . :s -qs. I MV ,LH el , z x Savage .Yi as Kelly ' -on , .. Y. f. .,.. QS- jf" 55972 Z.. y' 'x Rodgers -lt. . :L-1 , , 5 -X . X Q Scruggs K-2 , . . - f .. 2 ' 7 -' -13'EE'::::,12f'N W 4 V I I! fig g X 1 2 EX, 1 mg f Y, fif- WKQI- 0 " is x 55 X mi X, X P I Y Pain+er .1 , "4 2 . 1 kf.1'T'?:'.l ' :: L . Rogers Seay ' X42 Ns awx X , X, . Q, 55:53, sz X s ss, Sz, MSX- ,mx s - X W wmsxqe fr Q X , X tx. y X s s K 1, ..:,r.s.r. as S'I'rong Tellepsen Tucker Wesfberry Reins in hand "'E3:2 2':1-:ki 'LQ' , Jerry presenfs Miss and Mrs. Homecoming and Hweir courfs. fi ni u X X if .lucllclury Cabin 1 Jim Baldwin np--,Q X . i:Q1Qf5fg,: .N ,, -da, Qxmxugsm E',IiIfE1" xi- ' ' - xiblliilairfx 1:2 :j i3:' . x Q' ' 'gp g .. . ..., VNV-L 3 gli i " , ' 1. BBN .I ' jr .gf Q Barbara Bartlett 270 Xxx X W A NXX HQMQN - a xi-i1Qtf Ax'-x QPR,-, "X , T 1 - A ' ' ' " 'Wi 'Wa' aa, 3 N , a X 4 tr 5 K' A Aggfilii :': , has 'f -, Franny Brantley Bob McDaniel Dan Tucker Bobby Caldwell Gracly Thrasher Van Wai-ers l 1 l TOM WININQ-DER, chairman John Dillon Bill George The judicial arm of Tech's student government is supplied by the Ju- diciary Cabinet. This group of sixl seniors, four juniors, and a chair-l man elected by the Student Councill handles cases of. misconduct byl members of the student body. Al-l though Tech has no honor systemy at this time, the Judiciary Cabinetl represents the efforts of the studentl body trying to take upon itself thel responsibility for its own conduct. During hearing of a case both they prosecution and the defense appea1W before the Cabinet simultaneouslyn Trials are open to any member of the student body but deliberations are only open to the Cabinet mem- bers. - Stud nl Advisory Comm'IIee To Th Presiol ni One of the most highly re- spected positions that can be attained on the Georgia Tech campus is membership on the Student Advisory Committee to the President. Established by the Student Council, this Committee functions as the voice of the student body in matters con- cerning action by the Presi- dent ofthe school. The mem- bers of the Committee have shown by participation in va- rious campus activities that they are interested in the af- fairs and well-being of the Georgia Institute of Tech- nology. Some of the mem- bers of this distinguished group are, The Student Body President, I.F.C. President, Publication Editors, and the Presidents of the more es- teemed groups on campus. Student Body President .... lnterfraternity Council President . . Ramblin' Reck Club President . . ANAK President ...... Omicron Delta Kappa President . . Koseme President . . . . . Tau Beta Pi President . Technique Editor . . Blue Print Editor . Engineer Editor . .I Rambler Editor ..... Freshman Class Representative . Sophomore Class Chairman . Junior Class Chairman . . Senior Class Chairman . . Sr. Coun. Rep. New Dormitories . First row: John Hayes, Barbara Gruber, Mrs. Wallace, David Morris: Second row: Thos Muller, Jerry Vereen, Jorge Garcia, Bill Mccaslin, Mike Rogers: Third row: Franny Brantley, Tom Craig, Dean Budig, Dean Dull, President Har- rison, Dean Aiax, Dean Griffin, Jerry Cox, Ed Joy, Henry Kilng. I STUDENT MEMBERS . . Jerry Cox . . Tom Craig . . Terry Gerber . Tom Winingder Charlie Edmondson . . Fred Hirons . Chuck Danner . . Mike Rogers . . Edward Joy . Thomas Muller Charles Edmondson Howard Tellepsen . . Ron Stallings . . Fred Hirons . Terry Gerber . Henry King Sr. Coun. Rep. Old Dormitories Bulldog Club President .... Veterans Club President ..... Campus Charities Committee Chairman . YMCA Cabinet Chairman ..... Scabbard 81 Blade President .... SL8-EC Secretary-Treasurer .... Student Parking Committee Chairman . Student Activities Committee Rep. . . Pan American Club President .... international Students Organization Pres. . . T Club President ......... Dames Club President ...... Technique Associate Editor ..... Student Council Publicity Comm. Chairman . David Morris . Bert Brown Lucius Bergeron . John Hayes Barbara Gruber Womans Student Association President . . - - . . Wally Cornet . Jerry Vereen . Bill McCaslin Dick Stoddard . Gil Amelia . Jorge Garcia . Akin Eraydin Larry Stallings . Mrs. Martin Guinn Leverett Franny Brantley Anuk Society The Georgia Tech ANAK Society was organized on Jan. 1, 1908 to honor a few select men of the Senior Class who had shown them- selves to be outstanding among their fellow students in their accomplishments and service on the Tech campus. TomWiningder Terry Gerber l Larry Stallings Charlie Edmondson Mike Rogers Jerry Cox J I if .a1s"'-sw 373. 11- .'.T'l'?9': si :rw -.-qbg,s:f1,, -'fEZ?ifS5rz11w54s,,' ' 4 to ff: tl -:www -fs, f..-fa' ,."'3fm?S , 1. , jerry, 'iii .a l L ' ' l4'fW"2t' ,.'L.4,'E'1?5 :Eff-V' W. :'Y'.L!','x7S gg -:gif va.-5 '.gp:k::a3" H 4,-, , 1, ,,,s 'f-1-' , - .. 1- '- N, Jim Jolly, Tom Tu'H'le, Fred Hirons 1 be V ,Y 5 x Az l 4:- I l my 5 l 1 l Grady Thrasher, Guinn LevereH- I .'he Koseme Society was established by ANAK in 1912 to recognize juniors and third quarter sophomores ,y who have been outstanding in leadership and extra- A curricular activities on the Tech campus. Koseme also recognizes two active faculty members by asking them to serve in two-year advisory periods. Tom Hall, Dr. Peier Sherry 9 F 273 Tommy Seals, John Hayes, Bill George Jerry Cox Jimmy Baldwin Miller Templefon Charlie Edmondson Alan Nass 'F YXQQ 33 da N sa Mike Rogers V Don House Terry Gerber Dan Tucker Larry Stallings Wally Corn eH- Tom Winingder l Bill George .Omicron Delta Kappa, the national leadership honorary for men, was established at Tech in 1930, and serves to recognize the achievements of outstanding student leaders. ODK serves an active role by holding monthly meetings with faculty members to solve problems and improve condi- tions for the student at Georgia Tech. 275 Who' Who in J. J. Baldwin, Ill QR Xix x XX KSC X as - . Skt .sae :waz . Xxx w w yw.t:i....1...-u.:- x N gag.,1.5.-,..-3g.g3eg.-, ..,1,-gy:-. -x.gg.:f:.-xg-gig: -:..-1--.f.q,f-:-5,-: . ,jx-za Y.-,nfs y.--1-'ff-: 15515 il, . V -5- a . 'jg MQ: xr . .A .:-3,3 F515 fgzf - .1 is ' 'fs' in -A . - N 15. t H. K. Brown, Jr. R. S. Caldwell, Jr. W. P. Dickson American C Ileges and 1 i l n l J- G- Harwood Who's Who Among Students in Amer- ican Colleges and Universities, found- ed in 1934, is a national honorary organization for outstanding students. The students recognized by this organ- ization each year are nominated from about seven hundred and nity schools over the nation. The nominating com- mittee at Tech is composed entirely of students appointed by the Student Council. This nominating committee is instructed to select their contem- poraries as to scholarship, leadership, service to the school, and promise of future success. The organization awards each member a certificate of recognition and lists him and his ac- tivities in the annual book of all new members. Each new member is pre- sented a gold key. A placement service is also available to those members in Who's Who Among Students in Amer- ican Colleges and Universities who desire this opportunity. D. L. Cooper , J. R. Dillon J. E. Hicks A. S. Minkin 1 I 1 R. C. Stoddard f I , I l I 4 I E. gi I V W. G. Corneif, Ill J. Cox T. M. Craig C. K. Edmondson, Jr. T. L. Gerber J. D. Goodrich, Jr. P- R. Harris D. L. Harfley D. L. House F. W. Johnson, Jr. E. B. Joy W- Y- MCCGSHH L T. H. Muller, Jr. M. L. Rogers F. F. Rudder, Jr. L. J. Sfallings rf VL , kr P 1-1 Lil Lr D. R. Tucker, Jr. R. W. Tyree, Jr. W. O. Wheeler C. L- Windham. Jr- T- K- Winingdel' H - Noi' Picfured: W. H. Miller 5' 'W' V' W 211 1 ,.,....,..., . , Sw. - :saw-, Nl . ..E. X. x fr 2. W. ,V L,,Lx 'Y+:SS:kYf:.Q.2'PZ -.Quai A R. D. Barksdale W. H. Bellinger D. K. Crapps C. H. Danner G. D. Beni' D. G. Bodner R. D. Bradford QM vo ws: are ..-.V-no V-.Z-mem' 'Qi f r J, R. Dees J. H. Dixo-n C. K. Edmondson J. D. Goodrich ' ' 'TWIN F '- 1':vi'k"Q:1'e - ' .kgg3e.:...,.. :X ...ef-1-1. Y 5 I 5 'fllf' 1 - 1. if R ' 1. f ' . . ..:...e,...,, .t -. Q , 1.3 .2 N SNR Xe --jH,f,'j,j,fj,? ' A QW u p 4' g 351 . , 'L 1 gif. sb:- 3' 1 ' Q M. D. Haney P. R. Harris C. K. H-ous'l'on A. E. Hyre J. L. Grubbs C. G. Guffey R. H. Harris D. L. Harrley J. S. Hawkins J. H. lvesrer J. R. Judge G. O. King . ,. X X fire . fe. - ,-,. fi: M X L5-"Qi- ' XXX . .. .Q SE 33.1.1-E932 X xx RX xx A . N Xl' X Nix X x N 5. Q Q N: .qgxg X x Ng . . x xi. X . . . xx N v X A . N . x X N x .XX 4 X. . 9 x X .X 8 .X XX X X ... Q N ex .1 . . X X Y .ex . x Q H- 5 M X XX . YQ. A R. R. Brannon D. P. Giddens T. F. Greenwood H. A. Guess D. R. Haley J. W. Hodgson W. A. Kownacki l J. H. Landgrebe J. C. Maiure L. H. Mitchell D. W. Swearingion L. N. Tharp D. A. Truiit f ff 5:1 .. 21.3155 J. C. Lawrence R. C. Lemerf ...e.-esaxxs . ms?-ekss. :. . ess--Nas..-O: .3 + 'hx "X . A X. K X NX SX X WR-"SQ X . X sm, wg g at 'x XS! X1 KY T fd es . .' l S. M. MacCleod J. A. McClure T. H. McKinney W. H. Miller , G. W. Moseley W. O. Nowell B. E. Nowlin Since it was founded in 1897, Phi Kappa Phi has become one of the honorary societies re- sponsible for maintaining high scholastic standards at the collegiate level. At Geor- gia Tech, membership is extended to those members of the senior class who have dis- played an outstanding ability in academic pursuits during their first three years of col- lege study. The local chapter of Phi Kappa Phi exercises an active roll on the Tech cam- pus by conducting the annual honors day ceremonies which are held annually during the spring quarter. Through this ceremony, the society recognizes the superior students of the past year. This recognition-is culmi- nated with the presentation of a cup to the senior who has maintained the highest cur- rent point-average. Phi Kappa Phi repre- sents the type of organization in which the possibility of future membership should be- come the goal of every Tech student as it represents scholastic excellence and study. L. Tyler W. D. Wl1i'l'e R. R. Willcox V T. K. Winiingder ' ,:.j.1.grg"'E5-'iaiiv '," K f X J . .. Q M1 sim? F 2 if 403 . Q.. 5, t iq. ,, -.r we . 1. 4 :wg - f t swf . 3 - A c. E. Madanzek 1 A. S. Minkin D. E. Pauls 1? 'fllukr ' " .S -Ziiifiziiii iggisnfv ' V3.- '0' :F j. F. M. Mitchell ,,,' fi saws wx wx wg Nmsfe gy N. 1. . S52 ii QRS? ue-, v. X Qiiwl if- -. , 1 ' "I: '. '- A 4, ., ,. . ww. s N ,iq I isfwxi 5 R + .gf were f , . X . KN 1 v ., 15531 . f , M Q, f , . f f .Q f, , X ,X . , R. S. Rudland Members Noi Pictured W. B. Moore A, R. Niclcelson D. E. Rogers F. F. Rudder F. H. Scanling A. F. Stalder D. Yeeda 1.454-z :S-.z . 1 ,mf-.:.3.,,,-Q1: iii: .rr sv f. ,.,-,,.:-ay-...ar .1 . -N 'ki'M?.g11'+. - ik 1 'N ' :..z..,,.-'.fgff,vq Q .- . .. ' - s' Q ..,,f,,4,g:.'1:.,:, ,. . ,,,. , " 'fl-'1512. "j - .-' LSE s by . ,s ge ti f 4 N42 N52 -, . ,.., . -. . .Q ., ,-4 X43 f f, 1 .,-mls 2 lm X35 Q, J. W. Simpson R. S. Woodward 'J. D. Wrighi' W. M. Wynn Q3-322. . feif- -. 5 W4 a f- ME... vm 5 , v . ' """i'a XPQTE mg' Nw We X Q We . vm. . A t X S+ x . f:' NS-Yi W. H. Bellinger G. D. Bent ,.- its W. W. Cos by Tau B la E. W. Arp S. Bane a :K W - '-:Q 15: I . M. Coalson W. Corne-H' J. R. Gard -' 'g V f .e f A ' 4 ,:sf1.wj , -. P .,.., A C. G. Guffey F. Haclcmeyer W ' A Q -' P. R. Harris D. L. Hartley J. E. Hayes X. X C. Ed mo n dso n .sexi 5525 ' 'i ii 'W EE D. P. Giddens X D. R. Haley 2 g K. W. Haynes sky A' ...gf --.' ., . .-... w s. ' ' D. G. Bodnar J. M. Crowell ' . 'Q' rim. " 3' '13 J. C. Floyd G. W. Grier , ...., ..,,. A x M. D. Haney J. Hodgson R. D. Bradford F. D. Brosnan . .:.,,, E 59 ,. ' am i. ' " XNXQQXX . X . .Q ,N vt Q X b X X N 0 xx .x x 2 5 X X NX . fi 1 J. R. Dees J. R. Dillon C. H. Danner . X . X . Se N . N v -if X Wm. SA ki W Yi? - --.:..:4,5:-- s . - gf x , ' ' , I...-1: Q it 3 T. Carmichael B. Church i ..., . LNQQR .-.. V. ,- ,. ,Q x . , . J. H. Dixon K. E. Dye W. Wownaclci E. B. Saff President Vice-President Recording Secy , ..,. . Zsqfigif- 3' 5'-wegljf - - ' : wwf . 5' 'f::. .jg , A. ' 7 if 13 J. R. Judge R. R. Brannon C. T. Seay Corres. Secy. Treasurer Catalogue-r . N x X , X Exo X Y X if., T .... , Of the honorary societies established to rec ognize outstanding students in fields allied with engineering, Tau Beta Pi is the Na- tion's oldest and perhaps most highly re- spected. The Georgia Alpha chapter was established on the Tech campus in 1925, and today it is one of the largest of the one hundred chapters now in existence. Mem- bership in Tau Beta Pi is restricted to the engineering students ranking in the upper tenth of the junior class or the upper eighth of the senior class. Moreover, prospective members are also screened with respect to excellence in leadership, personality, and service to the school. The local chapter traditionally gives an award to the out- standing senior in the engineering college at the Honor's Day program each spring quarter. This year Tau Beta Pi sponsored a general display during Engineer's Week. f f- - S' . 1 L-KEY: . , N. ig. 'i '- . - MAE-1 EVW, - .- 'NT . r Ng sg Z A lam., N5 . , X Tieifi? ami 1 f i:v'.aT . liiifxi wx J its 5,3 - ' J 'T " l D. L. House J. E. Hayes G. O. King B. A. Knighl' - i X "' ' 1 jx. , 1 ' N , , ,. mx.. " s xr ' ii S X Q' T QX2 KKN 5 .f e X. jeg L K J. Lawrence Tx. XI . IX, C. Madanicl: .ae D. R. McElroy g al . H. Morgan ' R. C. Owens A.. rf- ivfibi E' -4 7'-EC"-ii W Q XX XXX :X EX i :QE , 1. Q YY? 1 vi ? R. S. Rudlancl L. Sfaunfon H. WaHs Wiener wi .ll .1 f .Xu - -e 4.5. C. T. Lawson J J. C. Maiure W. McGrady ' . A' 9. T X l im E. L. Moser D. E. Pauls S 53' if .' A. Rushron K X a was XO X P N X xx X 1 Ta gxi XX z 33 3 rf m.....',a-Q. . ,. -ie... , ,. 5 J. Srriclcland W. Wheeler R. R. Willcox .. - . , Mail, 2 .,fI": 'f ' PL 4' Q' '7i3g?"? ' Z. 12. - FRC A ' , . R. C. Lemerl' F. A. Lepow G. C. Lewis . sg . A RX V S . 5 T. J. Malone 'Q .33 B. E. Miclcler aw as -. R ' K ' r 1 Q G. W. Mosley J. Plummer T. W. Russell D. Swearingfo ,. .. .W , S22 eemagxs. 1 .f s K. Whiiehead ii. ff, - I , f . , 4 4,1 G' 2 , . A . it! ' i .. C25 ,. f if , 3 . , T. Winingder T. T. Marrin W. H. Miller 6 . . I X R. A. Neff 4 mx . . Q22 fx X l ,Q X R. Poinse'H' S. A. Scales X X N sal cw 5 XX X XXX X w 0 XR XX M. . X sw J. ,f. ,asm fy. . 1. X- ...Q- ggg .gat . X . fs.. A if Q A 1 L. N. Tharp ees sv -Xe Y L- X fy' '35 X , . N . . XE? my . .li M. Whifehead - R. Woodard O. E. Marvel .-.-:.,...:- - . sal-Q . F. M. Mifchell S. Nehama ogg: ,. . . X QW.: " '59 -5: X. 'E N . SSE QW xg .XX ., X L v XX 2 R. Quincoses . i' ' - W. D. Shiver R. P. Thomas S . J. Whiiloclc W. M. Wynn J. McClure sf. - , . ,Q L. H. Miichell .N ,.,.,.,. ,,.,..,.. . ,,,,. .,...,.., , , C. F. Neville G. E. Rambo ' V 1 :aim is . L. A. Smii-h FESE:-1:::1L1:f - '- YQ X?1:.f1'- '15,-. .Erie-:.3sf XFX X X Q M Q i N ax w. XC . sf G. L. Tyler J. Whiflow Members Noi' Picrured J. Beasley P. Cleveland J. Craig J. Davis N . sf W ' :if-.:E.'i:. E1iSa3"E'- ' 12. -' 3 I w ?, . we R. F. Monlr .7 . X3 E.'Ospina J. W. Rose ...egg ' J r -feafzi. W. F. Smifh A. M. Varney J. Facey W. George J. Hamby H. Ives-ler C. Mariin G. May J. Moseley 555353 . fi N s. .V F. F. Rudder E. Sparlxman S. Parry C. Presron E. Reed E. Richards D. Rogers J. Simpson M. Spahr A. Sfalder R. Sioy T. Sfriclrland C. Sfuclcey T. Wrigh-i J. W. Kelly Presidenl' L. K. Whipple Vice-Presiclenl l R. w. Albrighi' W. B. Boggs T. H. Buckler D. P. Dennis L. Elgarresfa G. S. Carsill H. E. Cabaniss Secrelary Treasurer R. L. Allen G. F. Amelio ' Q QQ2- j 3. 2. -if' -2.-we 'New -'Q Q -3 . as 'M N. Q .Fei . A- ' Q J. H. Casper D. B. George T. R. Ballard J. R. Freeman l-lislorian T. M. Barlow G. B. Barnard C. W. Ba'Hle ,- D. L. Davis T. Gnray J f hx . Q. 3 G. C. Harris R. F. BarreH C. M. Bayliss P. E. Dean J. Gooclpasfure T J. B. Hawkins 5 W. E. Jackson H. Jeffcoa-r, Ill. R. A. Jones W, L, Jog-den W W a. - if' sea 5 7 i'1,-,f :-.5 Sv: - 1 -':if1::'f. 5 " lsj5fksZS2' -' x D. T. Love A. D. Luclrey C. H. Marlin G. L. McDacle . W. T. O'Meara W. E. Phelps . R. Piccio'H'o E. A. Powell Membership in Phi Eta Sigma is the highest scholastic honor that a freshman at Georgia Tech can be awarded. Only those fresman having a 3.5 average for their nrst quarter or for their entire freshman year are eligi- ble for membershipg thus, these men represent the best students of the freshman class. This past year, Phi Eta Sigma undertook its yearly project of distributing "How to Studyn pamphlets to all incoming freshmen, as well as providing informative reading material to those students confined in the inflrmary. Phi Eta Sigma oifers two S300 scholarships to deserving students. It is through this action that this freshman honory extends incentive and a helping hand to the freshman. V -- -V' V 1 '-4:52 13' - '- '-ii:-G'5h?:K5'.ifPT K QV'37'f Sa' -'If 'V ' . . cp. ., .. . A Q . f J. C. Ray R. W. Redding R. A. Reinhold A. M. Rushron J . X fa 3 . Y 2 , . xx J .1 X ki 9 O f yi ' .N ws S2533 X, . S. A. Scales R. C. Scruggs T. A. Seals G. P. Sharp V '- -veg 2 ..s:z.a.:5 P ? I A sg R. N. Trebiis L. G. Vaughn C. E. Wands R. B. Weeks R. H. Kennedy J. R. Knlghl' F. H. LeHorn O. J. McMillan P. H. Ne'Hles -"'. , are wx? ,J X ' x X Sx N rw X tg Q' 3 QQ 'iff . 1 'Q K X. 'W A M N E. B. SaiFF J. D. Savage 283 L. G. Sowell Members Nor Shown: P. C. Bandow J. T. Chambers P. D. Espy J. L. Grani' J. T. Hinsorn W. A. LiH'le T. E. McElroy R. D. Speed A. H. Spring A. J Jf r. M. Sherwood G. Tuggle R. Ulery K. Vance MEMBERS NOT PICTURED: B. Allsl-louse P. Banclow W. A. Wilson President P- Bl'Y5n'l' "" - is--1' . J.. - ca t" ' " 1'vms1'f.,w5i.Qc -., 'r ' f1:..3,e-' .1 V -X Q X 'xt T. Hollingsworth .. ' lr. -Tim. -r .1521 -X - ' E X . X XX...:...X1-,s E. Reece ' ' " ,, '- R. Wilcox R. F. Aliman J. P. Bedingfield The Briaerean Society was founded at Geor- gia Tech in l9l2 to promote scholarship and high ideals among students attending Tech under the then new co-operative plan. Since its founding, more than six-hundred members have graduated to attain positions of leader- ship in nearly all phases of engineering. Members of the Society are selected from students in the co-operative division for out- standing achievement and ability in their academic and extracurricular work. The Briaerean Society overcomes the main re- striction in organizing co-operative students by being divided into two sections. Each sec- tion has its individual officers. I A ,e-3, ,if bs.. Nj t, .1 .Q-.He x . i.f,.. '1 .X . Q .N . qv. XX , iw 25 NMOS X . Q XX X Q Lees.: 51,33 X it as Q . rx vs.,-4 AX X X' S -lg - . im. '.if 352 + 1" .. 1.7. 5 ,Neg-3-yr' : mary..-.y.5g3,: il t 1 iNx1i'i-'fi at - iii: NY ' ' xx ,jx S. C. Mercer ,. f . siqrf '2e.'-efetsel ' " i'i' ' '1'??"74 ag:-I, - ff X X X Q '98 X. 5 XX X X 4 v s. X SX A -WRX ks sg Xx -S Q Q ei X KX AX' X s as S M f X A S isle:-..f1.."-'s. ff. 1 : ice? .U ,X 5 xg y f A J. W. Parr as X X X M' X xv 3' XX x N 3 , VN 5rv,2,'f.4s.fw . -.-ex., - X ' , .. V ' sf ...+R S Q fXs:::-eesr .. . fqzfzgidgleyaif . 'qi PW . .... .... , . X f ' E . . . QS fix ivy ' s . tr , , ,... ' . iw it -4364 if Q Q if T58 'bfi Y NS Q 'ig Sf A . Zi Q X , Q. V, f 2. .if B. R. Church J. R. Gard V BTL f?5'.'Ef:f' WL! H ""i' -. R. J. Holi' S H e.. V 'fi 3 ,g 3, ' v,5... . Si,: :i".'.-'riff 11 ef? ' 5 refgggux-. ,. is f . :X ,...x.,'::gt:i2:-F v' se .2-aaa . 'Q 1 ggyyyg,-1 V " :3:g-'..X.i,f- ,gg 1 ... ss A f -- ' '-- sez.: G. H. McGee Vice President ii. ' iii . T- ' R. Dennis C. G. GuFFey J. H. lvesfer ' Vi . W7 If ' if .117-'?.I3?1 ' 1' IT:ffY5'9:"i 1-1. .. . ggi' D. P. Die'l'z W. T. Mayo Secreia ry Section I T. C. Farnham D. L. Hall R. C. Lemeri' iX'N3i17'YT'Y X" 651755 N51 "Ea - We is QX -I s - 1'R:?5iig +. ' , ' rtggfwgs'-fg ,, .Q Xin. 'S X W J' :,.k..I8Q0 X. - . -Z' Sy:-:, -zssssie .X N . . A: VX' 2.302 ' ' W A i we , . x jx T . .SN me P. .X- Q X X R sf. . X I Q Q.. . X '5w.X5r1Xg.?r ' D. P. Harris W. J. McGrady X N XXA L' . iii-if-. X -Xxx . . X :QQ " . x .Q .-':g:5::X . ,. . .XMX x Q Xxx X X X X wX N ig N X x 1 iv X N X 'x 'Q X X XX Cs X F :. J. P. Sfricltland V "t-" ' " , ' -xai: i.- X K Q .si ' . .S-.milfs X. ' me s ...- - : XX-s::.X-1 1. 1. J 1 S. R. Ramsey G. A. Remaley R. S. Ruclland E, E, Se-Hle ..,. .s ., .... ...X.XXs.s ,X .... X . X. -Q 'xx Xw . .,.,. ,. XX - NX 'v is ---2.12-::-we fvf:N9:r :- . ,HX ewes -.mm .v -. ' X wmv: .X -,XX N-Q at -- 12- 'Sf " X , Q? -. , ' X 5" .fwsbxyy N. , A, X - tawjgyf . .. -.-' -'-' vi '- vi. X. -Xa:-. - .- tw.-. aff-,W--' ff' :W :- ' 3 . .s -M-ras-sXXsf2 s H . X - f .5 -- . 5:2-mgzwiig-:i:x.1.a'f ,.... . 55:9-..'f p, . is-.Xxsg ' ' gf -, - f z iff A K '. .swim 4. ' he -.-.. :S ' iii A' X Qi X X Q xx X RX Xa' X X X X X ,Q XXQQNX X Qi X . Xe X X xg! X xi X3 XX Q X ! 'J G. W. Sirobeclc W. A. Sturgis D. W. Swearingen J. H. Tundermann G, L. Tyler J. R. Whirlow J. C. Wicker Soci ly "Ei"flff1's2- " -- Swv. - fm...-:.:::zi:.'5 Y V v. 2Z:'-.-'?Z5'N'Y-F -R + 1. is X I RSQQQXN 'tl .151 . - J ' - .iJ'5ws,s.:::: 1' wf-.REMIKS X E- AYP W- W- Cosby G. L. Miller PFSSIClGI'll Vice Presiclenl' Secrelary Section II H. G. Baclcue T. S. Cronier J. W. Hoclgso-n A. D. Luclcey C. T. Seay 3 Nw, ' I V XV X. Q X X . X S X- X ' X Q was x Q R X PNGX ii x 5 ' ming ,X . E -N ,M in z i X X s 1 6. W. H. Bellinger T, L, Caufl-,en ' A Q Y ' ' Zi x N. ' . , Wi' - V fwfr. N x Sf X X 4 N l X X K .33 X f f X Q 5' 4 I zrngfffgxgwf in is 5 fi! 1 C. H. Danner J, R, Dees Q 'h m 3 . -- marg in X A G. K. Huclclleslon J. E. Kayes :ff ' , 2 :Q V " f .. Wi X X X s " 52 N xx x X N ' X 3 XX X X 1 , Q ,. Q 5 5 'a A Q ii i X :sg f. .sw xVx 2 N 3... K 2. W. J. Marlin R. J. Paul . L. E. Smiih W. H. Walls W. G. Cornell J. H. Dixon L. S. King J. E. Phillips R. A. Weinberg MEMBERS NOT PICTURED: F. E. Bearclon G. W. McLean K. H. Breeden R. W. Moss D. J. Buelcer M. R. Myers S. T. Carler J. E. Nixon D. K. Crapps H. A. Ryler C. D. Deming R. A. Sheffield N. L. Groves J. F. Slriclclancl J. W. Li++les M. D. Haney K. W. Haynes . x 3 N Q xx K0 X ues.. .-..,.:: .::.",..... his 11.56 Ru' O ? ' -'Fix K, I ' "ff Q, I ...D rs .:, T. W. La+l1am J. C. Lockwood - uw. - fc si... V, 'vw - 1. if YY-nf. 5Z.'v::1:7".p,, f ,- w.:::-f' ' -1: 5 3 1, 1 3 X 1111354 11 ,1 - fi. E. L. Quinn L. l. Rofhman D. C. Wolfe M. M. Wren 285 F. F. Rudder C. W. Young J. R. Freeman, Ill J. S. Kaperniclc, Jr. Members Nor Pic+ured J. R. Beasley J. R. Canada J. M. Eberhari J. G. Murphy D. K. Ray E. P. Rivers R. R. Willcox H. L. Williamson J. C. McRae, Jr. S. H. Parry President Vice President Secretary Treasurer C. K. Edmondson, Jr. W. E. Goode W. L. Kirlrsey L. A Smi-th 5' L' I Ar '- Q s vs N' Q' X 4 W' Sk xx r SSW Wx Q ss N , Exi?..,..,. .s ' "M ' if X M5 5, . I T. F. Farrell F. W. Haclcmeyer, Jr. V. E. McBryde R. H. Smifh Alpha Pi Mu Alpha Pi Mu, the honorary society .of the Industrial Engineering Department, Was founded at Georgia Tech in the fall of 1948. Since then, it has grown to be the national honorary seeking to give recognition to those Industrial Engineering students prominent in academic and extra curricular endeavors. Membership in Alpha Pi Mu is .limited to sen- iors who have maintained a scholastic average in the upper one fifth of the class and to juniors in the upper one seventh of their class. Members of Alpha Pi Mu play anactive role on the Tech campus by sponsoring the Industrial Engineering display during the an- nual Engineeris Week. Besides the require- ments of scholastic ability, the honorary al- so seeks students With breadth of interests. X 1' 'fs ' 'Q--xsgsif. si, ' ' kk?" ,. N 5 . spree-s N .. , , . , .133-5 p tg W. A. Halle, lll C. K. Ho-use D- P- Johnson A. W. Nass R. N. Quincoses M. L. Rogers C. Summerville, Jr. R. E. Walden T. K. Winingder D. K. Cl'-SPPS L. J. Stallings L. A. Walclrop President Vice President Secretary G. C. Lewis Treasurer me : :- f4. PX A - ti lx t x xxx ,X X.. . . R xi M NN, rs N Q, his X Q 3. -31X.'91TN. , ' p 'iiblaflz 214:11 V- s. is ff . -.iv-'z,...:,:.S S 1 X 1 Q + X 5 X, I - C. B. Bagwell R. D. Barlrsclale D. M. Bayer, ll Chi Epsilon is the only honorary society at Tech which recognizes prominent students in Civil Engineering. It is founded upon the principles of excellence in scholarship, char- acter, practicality, and sociability. Chi Epsi- lon recognizes outstanding undergraduate and graduate Civil Engineering students which exhibit these four qualities. To be eligible for Chi Epsilon membership, a stu- dent must be classified as a junior, senior, or graduate student, have fulfilled the mini- mum scholastic requirement of being in the highest one third of his class, and possess those qualities deemed essential to the suc- cessful engineer. Chi Epsilon Was founded at the University of Illinois in 1922. and in 1943, the local chapter was formed from the Civil Crew. The chapter trains the future engineer for his place in the World. Xe XXQKXQ fi tu' E 9439.33 ,' G" :gs f' :'.' - " QQ.: .X ,, ' 3, , ' , , ,' , KI ni fl.. ' " V I x - e 4. 1" -i -. -N 'f 1?-Q ...E ..,:"Yf-G.. J , K'-1. 3-51. 13. N, ,Q 1.11-Sa?c a, .1f ,T-'E . r. ,..,. . . . . , . gr gf.:s"3g ' -1.:.. ,ff " fn---' ' ' '. ., Z: - -fr., X , v ,N ,. . q A ,ll..s.-. .gala sg ip .5X.,Sxs.Kv A X as .p X S Q . eg. gg w im s X' 5 fi 1 A . 1 X2 N Q iles N N X 3505 x Y' Q, Q . N ff X , A as , . 4 .rr A- E Schwarh R. M. Thomas J. M. Woodard D. P. Glankler R. A. Neff, Jr. J. V. Ryan K. J. Gurry D. El Pauls Members No.1- Pictured C. L. Crow'l'l1er P. K. Howard R. C. Kirk G. C. Lewis C. S. Martin A. W. Morton L. A. Waldrop R. D. Wilray P. H. Wrighi- ,..,.. ,. '-ima , . 4 faki- .y' .T-QQX, , .ggpzzii Yr: 22' wma- V . ., -:ev gigifkb .' - le. .,.., .512-1315 1ESPQ.,V?'. - wee? iF. B. Higgins M. L. Massey T. W. Russell 1'f?X.ff--1 4' . I "wear-'-'-w. 'Y ' ' - 1-g 4-225 mo5,,4rWf+:':grssz' P., A- ,, .-as . W' ' f if ff, ' A Xb , 5. xx 5?15,0iN,4 ff . 'f' .4 msgwxmfi. .4 ..,. ,... ,,,,. . ig. MX xx A 2 Q his WA? vo s 1 33 Q P , X 2 4 f X X A ,ff as 2 xv 5,632 fc ' ?x A 2 :Wea P A Q y 5 N If ,X3 , A J. O. Huff Presicleni' W. W. Wells Vice-President W. R. Holmes Secretary 3? Xxx s ..,,.., .....,... ...,..,. 1 - -" . N . rf.. - ww xh . Q KN. 1 - I . 4: .yqfx sexe., -- ' . 15111535-?Y. .1 Q A. M. Bradford H. M. Christian W. K. Hammond L. D. Peierman Treasurer In the field of textiles, Delta Kappa Phi is the oldest honor- ary society in existence. At Georgia Tech the Theta chapter spearheads the effort to interest all students inthe rewarding aspects of the textile industry in the Southeast. In keeping with this goal, Delta Kappa Phi selects its members from those students of the Textile school displaying an outstanding aca- demic ability, a desire to better the profession of textiles, and the qualities of leadership necessary for a person to be an asset in his chosen field. These men, as student leaders in the tex- tile field, emphasize the discussion of current problems and new advances within this area as seen on the college campus. The group sponsors lilms on, and trips to, various textile plants. " X NX N X X Q :- X. .Q N X xQ'xwXb.Qxvq,Qx3Ax is - . . -ex M... t XX Q. 3 X X Xb xgx X 3. X X X X s X Q x I .S is as J. A. Jackson J. D. Keith J. P. Pullen T. S. R.o1ber'rs A. A. Sippel E. E. Srewari' C. J. Wesfberry M. F. Whitehead S. Toussieh W. E. Kirkland Presideni' Vice-Presideni N. H. Hightower D. L. Morris Secreiary Treasurer " lg izjiz . 1 ' .ff " v sm - . sz ,:fs..:.:m-9+ .,.f:j bbbq 4. , if ,-:,f3..itH.-f. 'fEE?s2,.'-if: . x ,, "" F .3-, ' ' ' . ,,,Vb H. F. Braniley J. R. Farmer D. L. House Phi Psi is the society at Georgia Tech which serves to provide the textile engineering stu- dent with a contact with industry as well as an orientation in his field. Moreover, Phi Psi has thirteen active alumni chapters which pro- vide assistance and offer the outstanding schol- ars of the textile engineering department the opportunity to hear leading men in the textile industry speak on subjects not covered in class room lectures. Since Phi Psi was established with this goal in mind, and with its membership being limited to the upper third of the junior and senior classes, the society represents a strong stimulus to better scholarship within the textile department. Phi Psi is the largest na- tional textile honorary fraternity. The local chapter of Phi Psi not only promotes better -scholarship, but also attempts to eifect ties of friendship among the members, and to serve the Textile School in any way that is possible. J. F. Waison W. L. Weaver A. L. Wise JL-'f535hQQ "'0'v+ .- -T .TT X yd my pw, .Qs A' , v s, . ill? N ,W X A 1 at A is 5 . X .C . 5.355 is -'-fs. .. Q,- ,gf .Avg Y ,ag-.,. sy 52, W. B. Huey R. K. Huie 289 C. W. Burton President Society r D. H. McCamy B. H. Granacle A. E. Hyre Vice-President Secretary Treasurer During the past year, the Industrial Management Society has provided an incentive for exemplary students in the field of management. Members for this honory fraternity are se- lected from the junior and senior classes, and are chosen for scholastic achievement, general leadership on campus, and a demonstrated interest in the field of management. Recently, the I.M. Society has been emphasizing plant tours, discussions with local business leaders, and other activities designed to acquaint these student leaders with managerial procedures. Unique among its activities is the annual Bull- rumple Golf Tournament, which is conducted as a social diversion for the society. The objectives of the society are to stimulate interest in the student body in the field of industrial management, as well as to promote the activi- ties of the students already in the School of Industrial Management. As one of its most outstanding undertak- ings, the society seeks to further these objectives by en- couraging better student-faculty relationships. The I.M. Society also attempts to present to its members, and fellow I.M. students, some idea of what is actually going on in the world of business that awaits the graduating I.M. major. sw Xwxxx - as:.s,:f:3as22.2-?Sfi::iE.Es:fr-:fsqf 3-.fmt 'A --'V'-ss:-.:t:5gss-z.. f.f.f-g:1:g',':-'ga 3 In tis., s WAR . xx'-was V X s -- X sts . t .. is-:Ls A J. A. Adams S, L, Baenninger J. J. Baldwin D. L. Cooper T. M. Craig D. A. Fuller C. G. Guard A. C. Jesse T. E. Lewis L. E. Mashburn - vi . ,... G N fir - , if 3 : X? SSS? - zvm Q X X. X1 X XXx X X X 'Z N xXN X x X X A. X . X X Q, x A X ,X . X X X X we Am.. . -- . gg.: V.:--3 J .21 H -V as t . W. G. Roberts H. S. Shulman C. L. Windham W. M. Womack Q. W. Pa rroH R. A. Sco'H KXBQ w Q X x X, X x x 6, x. dsx .......,... ....,. - ..,- -... . .me 1--wiv-A -. ., '- A X : r.. . X ' ., :.- R3 Lv,-1.2-i. Eg , 2: - as-1. .sv ., . .H 1.-.2-.sa f ..--xc -'f MQW ,. 55 ,,..y:?-X' Q . 2 f . M. G. Smifh J. R. Siepp R J Sfone W G Twyman J. Woodruff Members Noi' Pici-ured: L. Bufler J. Dees T. Mifchell F. Scanling R. Tolard J. Trower E. Bouve'H'e 29 Pi 'I' au Sigma F. D. Brosnan F. H. Brownlee W. C. Burriss A. J. Claudet M. Cozalson W. H. Friclchoeffer C. H. Danner R. R. Brannon President Vice-President M. D. Haney Recording Secretary Pi Tau Sigma is the national honorary fra- ternity established to recognize the outstand- ing students of mechanical engineering. The Georgia Tech Nu chapter selects its member- ship from the upper 35? of the senior class and the upper 25W of the junior class, with the iinal selection based on a rating by the faculty and approval of the membership. At Tech, Pi Tau Sigma co-operates closely with the local chapter of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers to present the best as- pects of the profession before student body. PTS also makes two coveted awards at annual ' R. L. Bender R. D. Bradford Honor's Day ceremonies for superior M.E.'s. ' hhl' 5 R. S. Cantrell H. R. Chance J. J. Chappell B. R. Church W. W. Cosby R. M. David J. B. Duggan l. M. Everton D. N. Gillespie L. W. Gleason J. D. Goodrich W. H. Groi-ewold M. F. Hale W. H. HocuH' J. W. Hodgson R. D. l"lOffmBn Ji F. M. Mifchell Cor. Secrefary S. S. lnnes 1 J. L. Pack l ,,.,., ,..,.,, , , ,V v -4 , ' fl-f4Zxi?EE?BfJ5i . ':l:-fzkwfiifizf . ' -ZiW?W'K:1!kl":4f 1-E. Miwwilmkzrzl 4 , f , , 2' 1 f K ,, ff f 1 1 f f , U 1 f Z w? f f 4 'Z 7 mf? , l 'i , 4 ,X '.v ' 1 j V 3 L. H. Milchell Treasurer H. Je'FFcoa'l, Ill ,fi-35 ' A :iff .153 -. -- Q 4::'::'21- H sm. A X . -...max 1.3-,'.2i+ W S. L. Passman -553 1 x:.::: L 1,. 115-2 in X jx ,., .1.., - X .,-.51 . ,,zw,..........f. " SN ':- J... ,. M , .rn A .1 x xc ir'-'E J. M. Raiferi G. T. Seay W. D. Shiver J. H. Tunclermann R. S. Ruclland E. E. Seifle . . H . M X X R H MS. . . 1:LE1ez?2P,f2Sa:sifz: "" ' . .-.,f, . .-., A . h. A. C. Smifh G. O. Usry ,sx , x .. , ,,. X X , s X . .. um X x W .Q 5 Q gg ......:.,31.5:- X x 3 3 X. .mx L A N . f xx X.. T X N 1 4 J. R. Judge wif, '. Y 1' ' I' " -, - 'Ef.z'g.': -. Q in ' 1 J. E. Kayes G. O. King ' -.S ' ,.,, X f f . ,. :1 ..u.gy-egfg:'- . so Q 2 2 W N X -2 ' ll ""' - 'E H. B. Peacock E. Picklesimer J. W. Plummer T. D. Sfriclclancl L. G. Vaughn 115. " ..x..:w- ': Ez.-,1.fgg.gg:.s- 1 R .-.:.f5', 23 A A-1: G. S+rol:eclc R. L. Windham B. K. Townsend R. M. York ' 1 f f 4 I X N- x I g X N. Y nf Aw, s ' x. S J Q. 5 VS- N a 1 " 5f.J'-f-- . ' V. v-11: ZAR A ,N A .Q X :A 9 5 . f ,r B. A. Knighl' P ., . ,- 1 'K 4 3 ' E5 ' r . Q.. X ' 5 A x Q' J , X Q L. F. PraH 293 Mem bers Noi' Picfrured: R. Ballard C. Goodrich T. Greenwood E. Rahe W. S. Smifh ' R.-. - f 'f -"- . " xi, F.-wi .:4ji': :i, -1. - Q wogfv ii-5524 .M 15. XX rx XX Si X A . , .Y ..,,. wee? V S " G. W. May 'R .-ffzi-:W-'Jw -Y Q - ' ' F. C. Bacon W. H. Bellinger D. G. Bodnar R. E. Bowers R. L. Chick J, R, Dillon Eid Kappa Nu Members Not Pictured: M. Aifkeln J. T. Long L. C. Maddox R. H. Parker R. C. Thrasher A. F. Weinman J. C. Malure L. B. Marsh T. T. Marlin J. A. McClure B. E. Micliler W. S., Mitchell P4 1 - 52- '- at ... .. .-h. . 'VV' ' ,, ...,, A 3 .,.: C. H. Morris S. Nehama W. H. McDaniel D. E. Rogers Pfeiident Vice-President G. D. Beni- J. W. Carroll Secretary Treasurer W. C. Lineberger In the School of Electrical Engineering, the Beta Mu chapter of Eta Kappa Nu serves as the society for recognition of the students displaying superlative accomplishments in scholastic and extracurricular activities. As such, membership in Eta Kappa Nu is one of the highest honors that may be conferred upon a student in electrical engineering. Dur- ing the past year, as the focal point of student activities in the Electrical Engineering de- partment, the local Eta Kappa Nu's under- took the supervision of the electrical engi- neering exhibit for Engineer's Week. This yearis exhibit proved to be one of the most interesting ever produced in the Electrical Engineering department. It brought credit both to its department and to its sponsoring organization, Eta Kappa Nu. R. J, Polnsell' W. O. Wheeler C. W. Young ' --X V." 1? 'Q N -Qs. W he 4 gs f f . UNYW W3'W'a,ya5f4 N' QAM., W ,Mia l,x.l.,SZg:f 2 M, ,I . 1. N lg Z1 ' ,U 'J M 'ifiiisiif .4 52 . w-.:.'.Q .. , ., 1. f...f"'i-1' is-. .2525 215 M F. F. Rudder J. R. Facey D. L. Harlley President Vice-President Secretary Sigma Gamma Tau P. W. Morgan Treasurer Sigma Gamma Tau Society was formed in 1953 by the merger of two national aeronautical engineering societies, Tau Omega and Gamma Alpha Rho. The local chapter was a charter member of the merged organization. Applicants for member- ship must be at least third quarter juniors in the upper tenth of their class or seniors in the upper fourth of their class hav- ing an academic overall of at least a B. The purpose of Sigma Gamma Tau is to recognize and honor individuals in the Held of aeronautics who have, through their scholarship, in- tegrity, and achievement, been a credit to their profession. The Society has provided a medium which has fostered high Noi' Pictured: S. J. Morris professional ethics and spirit. H N . . ,... C. M. Blackmlon mfg:-is-,ri ,-"1 u ,,,...,.,..,-4, .Z ,t - ff Anas' 7 , ff fav mf? "' f ff 1 fy 1 2104 Wife. 5 1 M if fc ,M f7ff V! fv , 4, , f W, 4 ,955 f , if ,sf , f I . , W- , , , ,Q""! ! cf? ...Z-f-11.1. 1: v a 1 ' 19 0, A 1 f X f av Y jfiail f X I J f 4 ,W fp!! . ff,f 1 G. W. Brown 295 , V ...I .W .. . . ...M f ' - "2 uf: -4141.52 53' 'X ' fi ' l 421. ' .. l' L35 ... A 1 9-.-qfgag E. E. Callens 1 X3 b Q . A Sgr. M QQ' s . ,f X . 5 . x WX R gi x garb: 3 ss s sw 3 fr ye' Qs 5 sz... K ff? . .6 xx .LA - -Vg, 2 Q J. P. Crenshaw A s 7 c X N ' 1 . S W sr . . g. . . SX X if Q. s bww Q X N Q Mm.. ...Am rw . ' X swf N X Nu. . wx 5 . J. D. Doub - -'-' ' -25' .ziiiiids Ne- ix c' ' V'-V' " ' he N.. - . ,,,...,., ay... . .... . . 1 .. . , fsqgfff 'S:- - 13 ...,-. . -. 4, . . 1' . Q .X 2 ' ' ' 1 . . C. W. McGuir'l' l l l D. A. Sl'1el'l'on C. H. McNair W QQK S3328 if 8. . . . . -, YY!!-f:"3 f" FEQINQSJ' Iss? '- . ' " . EWFWES ' .ss sz. .. .1 N .uw N" fx s.R": f 132- Zkffr E-" . Q ., 4.1. 5v':x,'12,',.:1 21.:"'3F "?::Lg:t1':.f .'Qf.,fr'4xX' - "-'kgs II J. A. Sills H. H. Driggers J. A. Ellis D. C. Gardner swf N - R . X, AEXPXNH Gm Ar wa- V .a:.::.... fr- sits . ., rust. if .- s.,........-ss. - as ,Naam ,..... ra. f . fi. '- rw .1 if . R. F. Monk G. W. Moseley R. W. Newton W. J. Small J. Thomas, Ill A. M. Varney """ "Si" .1-'P ' 137. A r. " "f --F-: '12:ie:f.1:3 ' '- A V ' f :'E,i'.:r5.5."'fi.,, Q its 5 Q ,5fgQ.122A"Q.1-' , . ,V fri-1 111 .1 ' . ' 1 ' D. C. Huichers-on J. E. Phillips fx :k11"xF f ' 'J fy ,'.g1,.,-,E , 4 xx fi as A M 31 1 t n s :gg at r A l f l 3 D W. H. WaH's J. M. McAvoy ... A. j 1.pQ .1 I ,.,. H ,I XIV ' ,V W. B. Poe J. H. Woodward Members Not Pictured K. R. Allen F. T. Avignone, lll W. S. Barnes R. A. Langley J. T. Murray R. M. Niclclow B. D. Quang G. R, Slayron M. S. Spiel J. C. Sutherland D. L. Albritton C. G. Justus D. C. Hinson President Vice-President Treasurer G. R. Akridge J. V. Baxley J. F. Cooke J. A. Copeland Founded as a local honor organization at Davidson College, Sigma Pi Sigma is the only national honorary society for students in the field of Physics. Attaining its national status in 1925, Sigma Pi Sigma has grown tqabout ninety chapters located at institutions that have a strong physics curriculum. Members are selected solely on the ba- sis of scholastic and professional record. To be eligible for mem- bership, a student at Georgia Tech must be at least a second quarter junior, have taken a sufficient number of junior- and senior-level physics courses, and have demonstrated a superior academic talent. He does not, however, have to be majoring in the iield of physics. The William K. Pursley Award for the outstanding senior of the Phys- ics Department was given for the first time by Sigma Pi Sigma five years ago, in 195 8. Since then, this has become an annual function of the society at the honors day program each spring. As always, the major aim of Sigma Pi Sigma is to foster an interest in the sci- ence of Physics above and beyond that necessary for an engineering education. It is for this aim that the student enters Sigma Pi Sigma. V, H ,ZV . ,,,. .P 4 ' - " i i M. A. Fernandez C. P. Fralim W. M. Hubbard, Jr. G. E. Keller A. S. Minkin M. T. Spahr J. 'M. Tanner R. S. Woodard W. M. Wynn C. H. Danner R. A. Soper President Vice-President W. A. Dornbois A. S. Hawes Pi Tau Chi Pi Tau Chi is an honorary society which seeks to provide a common fellowship to students of various Christian denominations who have demonstrated outstanding leadership in carrying the Work of the Christian faith to the college campus. The society recognizes those students Who, through leadership, service, and scholarship, have Worked for the Christian church on the college campus. Although Pi Tau Chi has no established program of activities, the society is always ready to assist in any project for the advancement of the Christian religion. Members are elected to membership in this society. Those students who contribute unselfishly to the advancement of the cause of Christ may possibly be sought out by the local chapter and in- vite'd into its membership. Pi Tau Chi serves as an incentive for these and other students to continue their efforts to lead Georgia Tech students to a richer and more meaningful religious experience. X Members Not Pictured D. H. Den+ R. J. 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'I ' x .- - ' 'iff--,:.'l J 'ffifff 1,3 . 1 - -' XS: ' P -512195 .ig X T. ,J T, . li .fika.i 1 2 i J ' I I . X 43 : .ri 'Ax .. 1 W- .. Coach Jesse Berry Coach Jim Carlen l f- . ' , 'f f':'1-Qcrm, ' 'V -, - -a , ' 1513 f '- '55r::j - -- - f J ,. '- f 1, .3-12:-alive ir -, , fs '11-.321-,x-e . 5 " . ilu: X . ,L ,- .1-: ,, Coach John Roberi' Bell Coach Dick Inman f m A Coach Billy lDynami'l'el Goodloe Coach Joe Pi'H'ard :M-ima, , Coach Charlie Tale Coach Jim Luclc Coach Spec Landrum Henri' L. lBucl:l Andel, Head Trainer 321 Opponeni' Clemson Florida L.S.U Tennessee Auburn Tulane Duke F.S.U. Alabama Georgia Sile A'l'Ian'Ia Gainesville A'IlanI-a AI'lan'I'a Birmingham A'IIan'Ia Durham A'I'lan+a Allanla Ai-hens Tech Opponenl' 9 26 I7 0 7 I0 I7 0 I4 I7 42 I2 20 9 I4 I4 7 6 37 6 Regular Season Record: Won 7, I.osI' 2, Tied I S.E.C. Record: Won 5, Los'I 2 Blue Bonnel Bowl Game: Missouri I4, Ga. Tech I0 Sophomore Johnny Gresham refurns I962's firsi' pun'I as a scrambling Clemson back makes a diving 'Iry. oolbull 1962 Quai-Ierback Billy Lo'I'hriclge barks signals. Big Billy Marlin runs over a Tiger defender for I962's 'firsi' 'I'ouchclown. LSU All-American Jerry Sfovall refurns second half kickoff 97 yards for a fouchdown as +he Bengal Tigers down Tech I0-7. Lofhridge and Wafson chase in vain. acfion for nafional television. Georgia Tech's finest football team in six seasons plowed through a tough schedule to a seven win, two loss, one tie season and met Missouri in the Blue Bonnet Bowl in Houston, Texas. The Jackets bowed to the Tigers 14-lO after nearly pulling it out in the last moments of the game. The Jackets began the season as a senior-studded outfit with the second team the only question mark. As the season wore on and the second liners gained experience, the Recks got better and better, and if there was a weakness at the season's end it was very well disguised. From the beginning the Jackets got tremendous performances from their starting line. Juniors Ted Davis and All-SEC Billy Martin at ends, and the five seniors Co-Captain Larry Stallings and Ed Griffin at tackles, All-American Rufus Guthrie and All-SEC Dave Watson at guards and Bobby Caldwell at center gave consistently outstanding performances and the first unit backfield, led by All-SEC Billy Loth- ridge and senior fullback Mike McNames, played as well. If there was a better iirst unit around it could only have been in the pros, and if Coach Dodd had been able to play the Hrst team all the way it seems certain that the Jackets would have been undefeated. Let no one misunderstand, the sec- ond unit was good, very good indeed at the seasonis end, but comparison of the two was impossible. CBS camera high afop fhe wesf stand caiches fhe 'F ' r 'F .ff .zf VV ,QV -P - z f r as . 1 re. .V . . W "af- 2 as -V 'Q . - ' 1. 'fi V . . V . 5 - T ' A V M - V. ., ' if . i - 1' 5- "3 - . 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J., . 6:25.13 VSV V V VVgVs,V?Vf3 V1 W s i?" ' --J w -1. . Flying seems fo be 'I'he angle as Vols Fairclofh dives in head firs'I'! HB Joe Auer returns Hue opening kickoff 22 yds. against 'rhe Auburn Tigers. Jones l66l and Simpson l84l make 'Hwe siop. The 1962 football season began in Atlanta with Frank I-Ioward's Clem- son Tigers. Howard and his boys did quite well for a period, leading at the first quarter's close 3-O. Their lead was, however, shortlived, as the Jackets with Billy Lothridge at the controls scored three times in the second period and the Jackets went on to win 26-9. Though the Recks won handily this game was indeed worth while. The scoring was of the spectacular type and the reserves gained experience which they would sorely need in weeks to come. Now, a trip south, Florida, Ray Graves, Bobby Dodd Jr. and a tough Gator outiit, but the Engineers again came through in flying colors. They trounced the Gator eleven 17-0 in a game which was some what of a surprise. Billy Lothridge led the way for the second week and hrmly established himself as the QB. If the Recks looked beatable, a superhuman effort would be necessary. In a battle viewed on national television L.S.U. came up with a nearly perfect game, and a Jacket lapse on the second half kickolf which Jerry Stovall returned 97 yards for a TD gave them the momentum for a Hne 10-7 victory over the Jackets. Defense was the key and L.S.U. had it. Halfback Tommy Jackson is pilecl up by the Tulane line, as quarterback Sian Gann looks on. 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Seminole lineman aH'aclcs from +he rear. Rebounding from the L.S.U. defeat the Jackets shot blanks at the Tennessee Volun- teers 17-0 as a new record for attendance was set at Grant Field. With the addition of the new upper deck on the east stands, over 52,000 people crowded into the stad- ium to watch the Jackets vanquish their traditional single wing rivals. Once again quarterback Billy Lothridge riddled the Tennessee pass defense and the line cut gaps in the Vol ground defense. Auburn caught the Jackets on an off day and ran them all over the lot in the first half. The Engineers recovered in the second but could not catch up and dropped the contest 17-14 as a late drive failed. Returning to Atlanta from a disappointing Auburn game, the Jackets got ready for a Homecoming Show with Tulane. Offense was the keyword as the Engineers gave the crowd a fine 42-12 victory. Lothridge, McNames and the big seven made a big trip to Durham and shellacked a proud Duke Blue Devil 20-9. Lothridge had a brilliant day, scoring two touchdown and two extra points. FSU, a breather for Alabama a week away! Not so, said the Seminoles, and the Jackets had to tight for their lives to pull out a 14-14 tie. A late Jacket TD produced the tie and a last second bid for a winning TD or field, goal fell short. Now, Coach Bear Bryant's big bad Crimson Tide. TheiAlabama game, highipbint ot the season: the victory tever ran high! Co-Capt. Larry Stallings pressures Jack l-lurlbutt. Stallings, Martin and Davis made it tough on Bama quarterbacks. Mike McNames halts a Bama drive with a key inter- ception. Halfback Tommy Jackson cuts fhrouqh a hole as Lofhriclge and McNames block. Bama end can + quite reach H! Toner waits. D0n'5 901- i-I-, and +he victory is safe! The game of the year! Alabama! For four years running, hard luck, bad calls, injuries and great Alabama teams sent the Jackets home second best. This year feeling was high. Last year would be remembered and everyone knew it. The Jackets played nearly perfect defense, and spent almost the entire first half in Bama territory. A second period TD sent the Recks ou-t for the half with a 7-O lead. The inspired Jackets played determined ball in the second half to thwart the Bama offense and only a fumbled snap on a punt allowed Bama to score at all. With seconds to go Don Toner intercepted a tipped Tide pass and saved the game. Two weeks later, a great performance which yielded a sweet 37-6 victory over traditional rival Georgia seemed rather anticlimactic after the Alabama game. l Blue Bonne! Bowl The high riding Georgia Tech Engineers met a deter- mined band of Missouri Tigers in the 1962 Blue Bonnet Bowl and came back the victim of a 14-10 setback. Tech looked good early, but a fifty-seven yard scamper by the Missouri right halfback midway in the third period broke a 7-7 deadlock. The Jackets came back to pick up a field goal to cut margin to four points early in fourth quarter, but late Reck drives were stymied by good defense. Coach Dodd and QB Lothridge plan their strategy: Mis- souri detense was tough. .,.. , W -,,. Q, . .L .- K , . I xx- ' s 17.4 3' "L , ' ' - 5 Se .ig gil? .s v gig fit any if? 1251! Nllh i? W iwlwi- 1 sv r'5.fsiQ'5.2 qg h 1- I Z 'Iv-I ffm? r P fi ,l X 3 if fi Y gil-fax aff: li:,iV.f'sr- B '21 if ,, fi' Guthrie and mates take a rest, hot Texas sun and a rough Missouri Tiger made a breather welcome! Quarterback Billy Lothridge gives the Jackets the word trom Coach Dodd, to no avail. Missouri won I4-IO. 329 1962 S nior I. Ilerm Cenier Bobby Caldwell H V ' lf!-..-if f.X ZwS5 N"i,-- . . - 'L" fm '- 1+ -4-A.-.V.-1Q,Xl .,SN'Nw,., , ,Ia Lg.. 2 -. 1 .9 .X si-I-.VT 'sgi fkisi-2.-J 2.2 94 -4 za:w..X. ages. V-j Y: Vzpc. V XX V X-,ge-.1 X. 1 . 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X X XV., P W QV 1 J Xb X XX N555 X X ' EN-5.35"-:Zi-,i' ,f.:, -:..1-NVQ-5 E VX- E' -X-193 X V1 11 .1 :Vg ,,-.Vg . - iw- ' XXs:ff':::-.tqsafey- :- . -4-.X -,Vx-rv-if-XV: 2-.cw-or nfs' 'J-Xgw VpV,:'- .. .. .,X.- X-..XX,.-'EV-..-X--Xb .- - - -pm X.: 1-Vr.,-1::fabmay-uezsxiuzu-.reP,X , V End John Wrighi' Freshman Football Halfback Jim Pauline swings wide 'ro stop a Clemson sweep. Fl'eSl'1m6n Coach AH' Davis Quarterback Jim Cavan rolls right +o pass, fullback Jim Trapnell leads 'Hue way. Baby Jackei' defense traps Bullpup Preston Ridlehuber. 1962's Georgia Tech Baby Jackets, though long on quality, were Very short on quantity and fin- ished the season with a one win, two loss record when injuries shelved many of their top stars early in the season. The frosh whipped the Tennessee freshmen in their first start of the year, but were thrashed in the last two 19-O by the Clemson Baby Tigers and 16-9 by the Georgia Bullpups. This team, however poor their record may have been, will provide many excellent prospects for the var- sity. Tackles Billy Moorer and John Battle, Full- backs Jim Trapnell and Forrest Inglett and Half- backs Craig Baynham and Jack Middlebrooks looked great when they were not hurt, as did others. 331 Rufus Guthrie All-American 3 A- 53 :23.':1,,g,., , , V :ti ,il .1112 A '. nag, ' 'Vic X , 1, Rufus played middle linebacker in the 5-4 defense used by 6 - ' ' . I9 2 All American Rufus Gufhrle Tech' and IeH guard on ogensei 1962 was a great year for the Georgia Tech foot- ball eleven, and a great guard from Baylor Prep in Chattanooga, Tennessee led the way. Rufus Guthrie, who weighs two hundred forty pounds, was easily the best of a great Tech line. Rufus played offensive left guard and middle linebacker on defense and is extremely fast and mobile de- spite his two hundred forty pounds. Rufus gradu- ates this year and if desire counts will be a great pro. A l1elme'l', a man and a greai' guard. All S. E. . g ,VY., C? fx We WSP' .lunior Billy Lo'I'l1ridge, All SEC quarterback. Senior Dave Watson. All SEC guard. Junior Billy Marlin, All SEC encl. 'N A Qt?" "K sf 0 IN X J 4, V ,w :V Y: Q, ,.'lv .' iff, f-' ff" ' Fi -7:2F ei .:I'Y , HP? r,,j.EiiZ1ij,,.:51.,.L1, Senior Mike McNames, All SEC full- Senior Larry Siallings, All SEC iackle, baclc, 'llurcl ieam. 3rd team. Georgia Tech placed six men on various All Conference teams in 1962 and many people felt that others on the Tech eleven were equally as de- serving. In addition to Rufus Guthrie, who was an All American the Jackets chosen were Billy Lothridge at quarterback, Billy Martin at end, Dave Watson at guard, Mike McNames at fullback and Larry Stallings at tackle. McNames and Stallings were third team All SEC but might well have been first team had they played on a less star studded team. Lothridge and Martin Were first team, Dave Watson was second team. 333 B-Team Red Shirl sieals, a pass from big lime end. . Perhaps the most unsung hero involved in varsity sports at Georgia Tech is the foot- ball red shirt or B-Teamer. These boys, both scholarship and non-scholarship, are in a very large part responsible for the success or lack of success which the var- sity enjoys on game day. Their glory comes from a varsity victory or eventually a chance to play on the varsity themselves. A candid shoi' of B-Teamers in working clo+hes. Senior managers Allen Dean and Joe Morion. l962,s senior managers Allen Dean, Joe Morton and Jim Woodruff represent the hidden man behind any team of any kind. That is the man who does the hard and necessary jobs for which there is no glory nor reward. These football managers deserve a great deal of credit for a job indeed well done. Head Manager Allen Dean. L-R Bottom: George Boyd, Joe Watkins, Bobby Evans, Stan Arthur, Bill Thomason. L-R Top: Dean Griffin, David Cardwell, Charles French, Reid Kibling, Manager, Bo-b Dillon. Jackets, Tennessee, Knoxville Traclc Club run water works course. Vursily Couniry Griffin surveys situation. Cheerleaders Standing, Left to Right: Steve Innes, Joanne Freeman, Sharon Carter, Carolynrose Mac- kown, Buddy Akins, John Kirkpatrick. Kneeling, Left to Right: Ed McCabe, John Don- aldson, Val Coerver, Captain: Howard Duvall, Co-Captain. I962 SCOREBOARD Team Opp. Tech South Caro 26 29 Clemson 28 27 Alabama 3I 24 Florida 27 28 Tennessee 36 I9 Auburn I9 36 SEC-Fourth Place Captain Bobby Evans and sophomore J oe Wat- kins led Dean George Griffin's 1962 Cross Country Team to an un- spectacular but exciting 3 Win 3 loss record. The harriers scored victories over Clemson, Alabama and Tennessee, and lost to South Carolina, Flor- ida and Auburn. The Jackets capped the sea- son With a fourth in the SEC meet in Atlanta. Dean Dull, Cheerleaders relax after practice. Captain Val Coerver. 335 S E C Coach of +he Year Hyder and Gilbreaih give +he Jackeis +he Word. John C lWhaclcl Hyder 1963, The Year of the 1-3-1. Whack Hyder and Byron Gilbreath installed Georgia Tech's answer to the shuffle, wheel and slow-down at the season's start. The exciting new 1-3-1 uses two post men instead of one, and one guard instead of two. It slows down the offense, setting up the good shot and providing maximum use of the Jacket's big powerful front line on the boards. Coach Hyder combined this deliberate new offense with Techis great balance to produce a 21-5 record and win the 1963 Southeastern Conference Coach of the Year Award. I'-763 SCOREBOARD Team Opponeni Tech Rice . . 63 BI Furman . . 79 80 SMU . . . 56 73 Alabama . . . 55 58 NC Sfaie . . 7I 84 VPI . . . . 72 73 Florida , , bl 63 Air Force . . 48 6I Kenfuclcy . . . 85 86 Georgia . . . 70 72 Mississippi . . . 7l 73 Miss. Sfafe . . . 8l 69 FSU . . . . 55 70 Auburn . . 64 69 Tennessee . . 69 74 Kenfucky . . . . . 62 66 Alabama .... . . 58 74 William 81 Mary . . . 49 50 Tulane ..... . . 79 7l LSU .... . . 56 54 Vanderbili' . . . 62 69 Louisville . . . 78 73 Tennessee . . 60 72 Georgia . . . 58 66 Florida ........ 69 89 Vanclerbili- ....... 75 74 Overall Record-21 Won, 5 Losi. Assisiani' Coach Byron Gilbreaih Freshman Coach Joe Helms. Basketball 1963 Capfain Alan Nass wipes away the sweat during a 'lime out Mike Tomasovich, Jacke+'s second leading scorer. Ceii-h Weekly sets up 'ihe +urn around jumper. Georgia Techis 1963 basketball team was led by its big senior Captain, Alan Nass. Alan, one of three seniors, stands six feet six inches, and weighs 230 pounds. He was the second leading rebounder, averaging close to nine a game while scoring about seven points a game. The second of the seniors is Mike Tomasovich. Big Mike, who missed only one game this year, due to injury, was the team's second leading scorer and third leading re- bounder, averaging over ten points and seven rebounds a game. And, the third of the Jacket seniors is Mr. Soft Touch, Keith Weekly. Keith, who was a starter at the season's start and at the end, never really found himself until the last live games of the year. For these five games he was high man four times and averaged over fifteen points a game. Keith, along with Mike and Alan gave the Jackets over twenty-five points a game this year and held the team together during the long course of the Jacket season. J 337 DX a -KN ' 5 . Q ir Ei In 'S Q53 A is ' X , f G 5- .fs f. ,. W Y Q V4 - V "A'. '5 ' " 5 V 9 Y gf A X w ,R NX . .- qvspamgi. 5-g X-"M A A 3' A H ,. 3. :ff N W, f 'QV e Q' ,- S Sei Ii Up R. D. sets up the I-3-l in crucial 69-64 win over Auburn. Bill Eiclson drives as Scharf sets a pick. The amazing success of the 1963 Georgia Tech basketball team can be attributed to a brand new offense and the ability of the SEC coach of the year Whack Hyder to use his great balance well. This team consisted primarily of nine players with the hustle, muscle and desire to win: seniors Alan Nass, Mike Tomasovich, and Keith Weekly, juniors John Herbert, Charlie Spooner and Bill Eidsong and the amazing sophomores, big Jim Caldwell, little R. D. Craddock and Ron Scharf. They performed in varying degrees of greatness, sometimes hotg sometimes cold, but nearly always they were good enough to win. There was a new hero for each game and all nine spent a great deal of time wheeling and dealing off the new l-3-l offense. The one- three-one became the tool the asqueeze kids" needed and they worked it to perfection. With little R. D. Craddock running the show from the lone guard post, feeding the ball off to Nass, Caldwell and others on the double post, the Jacket offense rolled. There were few high men but the masses scored and the Jackets won. This interesting new offense can best be described as a combination of the shuffle, the slow-down and a normal shoot and rebound game. It spread the opposing defense, allowing the big men room to work inside, and yet the Jackets were seldom out rebounded since the two post men were there to grab the caroms. It slowed the game and set up the good shots, yet it allowed the Jackets full use of their great outside shooting ability. If some one thing can be credited with 1963's success, it must be the 1-3-1. Ron Scharf bites his tongue, gets set 'l'o shoot. 'If f,, , if Wy 7 Z1 ,L 1 af f . , K . 0 X Mr' . ,v- ffs' 1 . 322 ,f xg x 1' , W ,Ex J' f 1 A 5 ug ,Q ,y 4 Qu? K ,A ,X f M 5 5 , 5 . xg v gsi in ', -P Us 1 N N . . x X Q N X X V X mSk uk X V.. -:ms N -. - "' 2:-:Ni Xt? X X :xxx N xx, W. xx 'xv X X x ,Q A. X Sf SQ? 3 -A 1: I., I x -, xl. 136' NX .X N. 4 f - N mf N h ,.,gg,,,-:S QQ: V, , K -gg., ,, , l f: ,.,,..,.r W M 439 , Q Y v,,,,, .,,. V, , .... , , SB. , -Q , Captain Alan Nass hooks OFF 'rhe pos+. Big Jim ai' Hie line! Li'H'le John scores against SMU. The Jackets now came home to the friendly confines of the Coliseum to beat the Air Force Academy 61-48 and took off again to take on Adolph Rupp's Kentucky Wild- cats, in Lexington, Kentucky. The game was close all the Way and two overtimes were needed before a decision could be reached, but the Hnal verdict was 86-85 Tech and the Jackets remained one of three major undefeated teams in the country. Coach Hyder became the first man in history to beat a Rupp Kentucky team three time on their on floor. The Jackets jumped to sev- enth in the nation with their 9-O record. Next came a stubborn Georgia outfit, and the Jackets had their hands full. The Bull- dogs led with nine minutes to play, but the squeeze kids squeezed out a 72-70 win in the Hnal minutes. Now the road again and the Pace began to tell. The fourth overtime victory, a real battle saw a struggling Mississippi overcome late 73-71. 34-'I Rebound Big Jim pulls in a rebound, Mus+angs reach in vain. Weelcly 'Fights for 'Hue carom, Spooner wai+s pai-ienily. Mississippi State and the law of averages caught up with the Yellow Jackets in Starkville and the Jackets Went home losers for the Iirst time 81-69. Red Stroud hit 30, Leland Mitchell had 25, Tech fell behind and the State slow down refused to let them catch up. The Techmen re- turned home to defeat FSU handily in a tune up for rug- ged Auburn. The sophomores paced an important triumph over the Auburn Tigers with 16 of the last 17 points. Alan brings down ano'l-her one ll fil The rough tough Jackets now clubbed Tennessee 73-69, knocked off Kentucky for the second time, on television, and Coach Hyder became the first man to defeat Adolph Rupp twice in one season for the third time. Alabama, who had been trouble, now came easy, 74-58, but this was to be the last easy one for a while. The suddenly ineffec- tive Jackets barely got by William and Mary 50-49, then lost three of the next four, to Tulane and LSU on the road as their late game clutch antics suddenly left them. The Tulane loss was in overtime and the LSU one by two points. The boys did manage a clutch win over Vandy, then lost to Louisville for their only home loss. Now the Jackets were suddenly hot again, trouncing Tennessee at Knoxville 72-60, whipping an inspired Georgia five in overtime 66-58. Florida fell to a great performance, 89-69, and the season's Hnal ended in a 75-74 loss to Vandy with both teams playing great ball. The final record was 21-5. Jim Caldwell was the leading scorer and rebounder aver- aging over 14 points and ll rebounds a gameg everyone played well, It was a great year, the year of the l-3-l. f Defense l 1 1 F 4 C .i E 1 V l ' Il l , . L - l get 'Bill Eidson's tough on defense, this fivator finds. Big Mike sets to stop the Kentucky fast break! T Jacket defense throws a blanket on foe. L Varsity Gymna Ii: Georgia Tech's 1963 Gym Team suffered from many of the troubles which plague other teams in the minor sports, that of a serious lack of depth and scholarship material. The Reck gymnasts could manage only a tie in live dual meets during the year. They did do well in the Georgia Gym Association and SIGL meets finishing second in both. The caliber of competition faced by the team was far above average, Tech's tie coming against a good Florida team. B. Snyder was consistently Tech's high man and was often high for the meet. J. Gatins and others performed Well, but lack of depth could not be overcome. TH E SCOREBOARD Opponent' Opp. Tech Georgia Southern 88'f2 55'f2 FSU 64'f2 63112 Georgia Southern 59 52 FSU 73112 s4V2 Florida 64 64 Ga. Gym Associaiion Meet- 2nd Place SlGL Meer-2nd Place Overall Record-0 Won, 4 Lost, I Tie Coach Lyle Welser Bob Snyder dismounrs the side horse. Dave Bagwell, Tech's ace on ihe parallel bars. Fronf, L-R: John Smi+h, Jim Jalcubecy, Bill Hayes, Dave Bagwell, Will Heierman, Bob Snyder. Baclr, L-R: Coach Lyle Wel ser, Rusiy Overion, Sieve Innes, Joe Gafins and Joe Gafins Ill, Bob Kramer, John Holmes. Ace Bob Snyder dismounis 'I-he high bar. faapgain Joe Ga+ins makes a flying dismouni- 'From le orse. I963 Capialn B05 Popp Swam H16 iDI'eaS'fS'fl'0ke- Jackei' diver Lee Emkin makes a near perfect dive. Freestylers make a diving siarl' in a pracfice session. Georgia Tech's 1963 Swimming Team was led by senior Bob Popp, Captain, and coached by Fred Lanoue. The Jackets, at a great disadvantage to many of their com- petitors because they have very few scholarship swimmers, never the less managed a respectable seven won, seven lost, one tie record against outstanding competition. The high point of the season came as the Jackets, led by Captain Popp, diver Lee Emkin and freestyler Art Jeppe tied powerful Citadel, who had not been beaten or tied for five years. Over the course of the season the tankmen lost two to a very good Georgia team by seven and then by three points. They also lost to good Florida and FSU teams fully stocked with scholarship boys. Vanderbilt barely beat the Jackets out of an SEC 4th. . Varsity Swimming H' rf' we we, 1 E Ss 1, . Firsi' Rowll.-Rl. Edwin Walson, Dennis Goeifsche, Dave Kirby, Joe Bloomberg. Second Row KL-Rl: Coach Fred Lanoue, Cullen Bullock, Capfain Bob POPP. Larry Higgins, Paul Harris. Third Row QL-RJ: Lee Emkin, Bo-ln Sigman, Ari' Jeppe, Marfy Karer, Myles Smifh and Evere'H Kidder, Manager. Coach Lanoue pu'l's fhe wa+ch on rhem. The Scoreboard Opponenf Tech Opp. Alabama 30 65 Sewanee 46 49 Georgia 44 5I Easr Kenrucky Sfare 57 38 Vanderbili 54 4l Kem' Siaie 59 36 Emory 54 4I Tulane 5I 44 Dulce 38 57 Davidson 59 36 Georgia 46 49 Clemson 72 24 Cifadel lTiel 47 47 FSU 3I 63 Florida 35 59 SEC Fii+h Place Overall Record W-7, L-7, T-I l 11. ,ivv Surprise is 'I'he word, Popp gels a laie siari. 347 Coach Jim Luck Billy Williamson sei' a'I' shori' si'op. Safe at first! t Double Play? Ga. Tech's 1962 baseball team, in its first season under Jim Luck found things in the baseball World a bit tougher than expected. The Jackets, plagued all year with a thin pitching corps and erratic hit- ting, finished the season with a disappointing record of 8 wins and 16 defeats. The Jackets went seven games before finishing the victory key and recorded tive of their victories in their last eight games. This surge was largely due to line performances from Pitcher Mike Tomasovich, Captain John Gher at first base and consistent team hitting over this span. Double +o righ+? Owl' a+ +hird! Y 349 The hands make the difference! Captain Duke Douglas shows forehand power. - ---,NMKZM -, r . X Frosh Waller Johnson smashes a serve. Georgia Tech's 1962 Varsity Tennis Team was coached by newcomer Jack Rogers and led by captain Dave QDukej Douglas. The Jacket netters, handicapped by a seri- ous lack of scholarship players compiled a credible four win, ten loss record and fin- ished with a sixth place in the Southeastern Conference meet. Next year's outlook is considerably brighter as Coach Rogers can expect great things from freshman stars George Dickinson and Bill Mallory. Don Gunfher smashes a serve. Vclrsily 1' nni SEC-Sixrh place I962 SCOREBOARD Team Opponeni- Tech FSU . . . . 6 3 Florida . B I Sl'e'I'S0n . 3V2 Slfz Rollins . 5 4 Sewanee . I 6 Vanderbili . . 5 4 LSU . . 7'V2 I Ilz Tulane . 9 0 Georgia 8 I Cincinnali . 7 2 Florida . 6 3 Tennessee 2 7 Miami . 9 0 Tennessee . 3V2 5112 Coach .lack Rogers T35 George Dickinson displays backhancl power. Varsity 1' ack Ken Kirk hurls the iavelih, Tech lost meet to Auburn. Bobby Evans wins'+he mile by a step. Georgia Tech's 1962 Track Team finished the season with a poor zero won four lost record and a tenth place iinish in the SEC meet. The Jackets suffered from a ser- ious lack of depth Which very good front line performers could not make up for. Captain Ron Ablowich, distance runners Gordon Clayton and Bobby Evans, and Pole Vaulter Bob Thomas gave consistently good eiforts but they simply were not enough to compensate for the lack of depth. v. b f 'Hi b J A f .. U ,V 0 - , I -,,,.gnq4f' . My - - 1 A. 5 ' . , .. 1 .. A i . 1 fu X- ' -' . 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Ablowich wins 'I'l1e hurdles bears Auburn s Frosi' C064-7l1 NOYVIS Dean The Score board Opp. Tech Florida . . . 90 46 Vainiderbilf . . 85 50 Georgia . . . 83 47 Auburn . . . 92 30 SEC . . . Tenfh Place 353 Opponent FSU Springfield Florida Rollins 'lh rn Florida Sou e Florida Duke Auburn - Vanderbil+ Auburn Kenruclcy Tennessee Georgia S Georgia SEC Meer SIC Mee+ Tennessee Georgia 'hare Opp Tech l6V2 IOVZ 0 27 I7 I0 l5V2 HV2 8 I9 l4'f2 IZV2 l l I6 I5lf2 l llfz 9 I8 l5V2 llVz I2 I5 I3lf2 I3lf2 7'f2 l9V2 5Vz 20V2 4+l1 place 7l'l1 place 3'f2 l3Vz l3V2 l3V2 Varsity Golf L-R Franlc Landry, Joe Lane, Capfain Bill Ploeger, Buddy Balcer and Robbie Horalc. Frank Landrey l1i+s a chip sl1o'l. Captain Bill Ploeger, .lackers leading golfer 354 Drive . . . Chip . . . Putt . . . The three essentials of golf. Coach Tommy PlaXico's 1962 Golf Team learned their lesson well toward the end of the 1962 season. The linkmen, lead by Captain Bill Ploeger, Won four of their last six dual meets, tied the other two and took fourth in the SEC meet. The Jackets got consistent performances from Ploeger, F rank Landrey, Joe Lane, Buddy Baker, Roy Humphreys and Robert Horak. ATO's ba'H'le Sigma Nu's in a 'Hghi' paddleball match. Ken Kennedy and Thos Muller in fhe iread with weights. Pacldlelaall Phi Delta Theta copped Hrst place in the 1963 Paddleball Tournament as Jim Beasley and John Holman won first and Mike Saunders and George Corbin finished second. Phi Delts also took third in the indivi- dual play. The Alpha Tau Omegas took second in the tournament fol- lowed by Delta Tau Delta. The Delts were led by Ron Bowers and Al Price. Beta Theta Pi and Lamb- da Chi Alpha tied for fourth place. Coach Lanoue +abula'I'ed the score, Beias won the swim meei. Beta Theta Pi won the Intramural Swim Meet with a total of 63 points while the nearest rival was ATO with 39 points. The Betas won four of the eight individual events, and the ATOS Won two. Sigma Chi was third, winning the tug-of- war and Lambda Chi Alpha took enough place points to win fourth. Sinclair sweeps lefi-, as Phi Del+s whip Nu's. Kappa Sigs brealc up Newman Club aerial, enrou+e 'io school championship. Quarierbaclc Bob Tyree drops back +o pass, shoois down Sigma Chi's Fooibull Touchdown! SAE's conquer Delis 7-6. Phi Kappa Sig turns on speed enrou'I'e 'I'o TD. Perennial power Kappa Sig- ma overpowered everyone in sight while roaring unbeaten to the 1962 Intramural Foot- ball Title. The Sigs displayed balance, power and organi- zation in running up a per- fect 9-0 record. Phi Delta Theta and Independent New- man Club Hnished second and third, each losing only to the champion Sigs. The Phi Delts took second, hav- ing played more games than the Newman Club. Sigma Nu won a playoff from SAE for the Gold League Title and fourth in the school. Delta Upsilon finished Hfth. 357 Inlrumural Volleyball Bela Joe Miller goes up against Phi Delis in playoffs. The Betas picked up eleven of a possible twelve wins to win the 1962 Intramural Volleyball Championship. The Betas were led by Rube Carlson, Bill Westbrook and Joe Miller. The Phi Delts took second place in the tourney with nine victories and three defeats. Sigma Nu was third and Phi Epsilon Pi was fourth. Newman Club representing the independ- ents finished fifth Without a victory. Sigma Nu took three for third. Alan Nass slams one for 'l'he Nus. , , . , Spilcingiaice Rubeuiutlarlson leads Beias to School Crown. Buich Gold lumps againsi' 'I'he Newman Club. Phi Eps won. Intramural Gym Ari .leppe wins fhe rings for 'I'he Befas. Beta Theta Pi walked away with the 1963 Intramural Gym Meet, winning first or second in every event. Sigma Chi came in second on a first and two seconds, combined with many points for thirds, fourths and iifths, and ATO took third place with a second and many place points. Art Jeppe took individual honors with two Iirsts and a second in three events, and was closely followed by teammate Newell and Sigma Chi John Wright who had a iirst and a second each. Phi Delta Theta was Wayne Ches'l'er demons'lra'l'es his skill on the par allel bars. fourth and PiKA was iifth. Tommy Seals rolls one for 'Hue ATOS. Phi Sigma Kappa won the Yellow Jacket bowling league, and took the school rolloii with a pin total of 4052. Theta Chi, who won the Tornado league, Hnished second with 4008 pins and nar- rowly nosed out the Delts who took third with 4002 pins. Beta Theta Pi won the White League but slumped badly in their last tournament game and fell to fourth place. The Delts rallied in their final game with an 885. 359 lnirumural Basketball Beta B. Westbrook shoo'l's over B. Marlin For a score. Foul on David Sewell, 'I'he Bel-as gel' this one. The Chi Phis baffle 1-he AEPis for rebound in a non-crucial conlesi. Perry Dorm, led by Billy Martin and Billy Lothridge, Won the School Championship in the 1963 Intramural Tournament. Beta Theta Pi Hnished first in the fraternity di- vision, losing to Perry in the finals. The Betas Won the White League for their berth in the Tourney and were followed in the standings by the Sigma Chis, Winners of the Gold League. The Intramural All-stars, led by the entire Perry team showed its fine caliber by beating the freshmen 66-65. 361 Bobby Tamplin iags a Sigma Chi ai fhird. Buzzy McKay puis 'ihe 'iag on Paul Wellborn. Lambda Chi won anyway! Intramural Sofilaall Fred Johnson slides under an SAE's 'I'ag, Sigma Chis waich anxiously. i 1 1 Ray Easferlin blas+s a home run 'l'o Iefl' field. Roy Spiker is safe ai' second. Harvey Shulman gels sei +o deliver, Sieve Small guards second. Lambda Chi Alpha won the round robin tournament, defeating six teams, for the 1962 Intramural Softball Championship. The Lambda Chis Won the White League to earn their berth in the round robin tourney. They beat the Phi Delts, who won the Gold League in a bitter struggle with the Sigma Chis, to capture the IFC points for Hrst place. The Chi Phis Won the Tornado League and finished third in the IFC standings, and the Delta Upsilons finished in fourth place. The Pan- Am Club, of the Independent League and Smith Dorm represented the independents interests. 363 Paul Morgan leads SAE efforl' in The 440 ShuHle Hurdle Relay. Tom Winingcler hancls off 'lo Charlie Powell as Sigma Chi wins 'lhe 880 relay. Rock Massey begins his leg of 'lhe 880 relay V ,, ,i K x 6, K I Q -mm-Q-.W--ff! " I ,,,,,-,.,, .' ,. , .Mm - h ,L,::,:U,- ,.-L ...... 4 Q. J' .- x - ph, -. .,,,f,-ss' . ' , V , -A 5 l,,lw,A'--V fm. n , 4 ,4 . t.,.,.f ' -at ' - A . fi wwe. Q. 1 - Jim Powell puts the sho+. Sieve Frame wins his hear 'For the SAES. . , 4.40.2 1. , v Sigma Nu Won but two firsts in the 1962 Intra- mural Track Meet, but compiled enough sec- onds and thirds to win the meet with 33 points. Phi Delta Theta won the shuttle hurdle relay, the shuttle relay, and the 100 yard dash to place second with 28 points. The SAES lin- ished third with 245 points While the Sigma Chis won the broad jump and the 880 relay, but could do no better than fourth With 20 points. "' 365 Paul Johnson, Del'I'a Tau Delia, kicks over 'lhe hurdle, buf re'I'ains his lead. Billy Miller hits an unerring backhancl. Inlrumural Phi Delta Theta, led by school champ Mike Saunders and Alpha Tau Omega, led by runner-up Tom- my Seals finished in a dead heat for first place in the 1962 Intramural -Tennis Tournament. Saunders beat Seals for the Individual Champion- ship and thus won his team a tie. School Champ, Milne Saunders, displays his service Tennis Runner-up Tommy Seals hi'l's a si'rong forehand shot. Don Scari-L wmner of 'the championship fIigh+ sharpens up his game. Hoyle Souier shows his driving form. Kappa Sigma Won the 1962 Intramural Golf Tourna- ment on the excellent play of Don Scartz, Championship flight Winner, Hoyle Souter, Who won the first flight and Dave Waldron, Winner of the second flight. Alpha Tau Omega placed second behind Bob Wiggins, who Won the fourth flight and Sigma Chi finished third, led by J oe Perusse, who took the third flight and J on Martin who finished second to Scartz in the championship flight. Chi Phi was fourth. Joe Perusse blasis oui- of 1-rouble m u Bert Brown, Bulldog President, presents display trophy. Jim Adams Andy Agoos Bob Allen Phil Armstrong Joe Baker Pat Bowie Franny Brantley Del Brooks Jim Brookshire Bert Brown Steve Caller Steve Carter Drew Case Mike Cheaves Dave Christian Reuben Clarkson Mike Clein Joe Cochran Doug Cook George Corbin Ronnie Corbitt Mickey Creek Bill Cunningham Phil Darnell Stewart Davis Bill Dornbos Royle Duff Ray Easterlin Ivan Entrekin Dick Faulkner Fred Fidler Fred Field Jack Fleming Byron Foster Gus Franchini Charles French Phil Gingrey Kirk Gissing Darrel Glankler Butch Gould F. A. Greek John Gullickson Gene Hahne Dave Haley Buddy Hampton Paul Hankey Butch Harris Herky Harris Dan Hartley Jack Harwell The 1962-63 Bulldog Club was ably led by Presi- dent Bert Brown of Phi Delta Theta. Bert was assisted by Vice-President Tommy Seals, ATOQ Steve Caller, AEPi, was Secretary and Bobby Shuman was Treasurer. The Bulldog Club is com- posed of both fraternity and non-fraternity men who are rising Juniors or above. The primary purpose of the club is the supervision of non- varsity sports activities on the Tech campus. Members are required to pass a test on the rules and play of the various games they will be re- quired to referee as Bulldogs. T " L 'li 'l. Bulldog Kirk Gissing signals T. D. tor the Fiiis. MEMBERS Tom Hendricks Don Miller Tom Seals Bill Heilker Jack Miller Blll Selby n Bill Hudson Bob Moler Frank Sherrill Ozzie Huff Dubby Moseley Bob Shuman Bob Huie Cli'l"F Nix Steve Shmall Don Jackson Paul O'Neal Jim Smith Ted James Bob Pahl Tom Smith Rod Jenkins Russ Johnson Bob Jurick Corbitt Kelley J h K o n eys Richard Kierbow John LaCapra Tommy Lamar Frank Landrey Jim Link Tom Little Jim Loyd Dave Maner Stu Marschall Phil Martin Rudy Martin Maurice McConnell Tom McKinney Mike Pekkarinen Joe Perusse Barry Pickett Ed Picklesiemer Joe Pierce Jim Plummer Charles Preston Vardry Ramseur Jon Reinhardt Bob Rhinehart Spencer Robinson Jim Rocker Chuck Romanchuk Lenny Rothman Ted Russell Bob Rutland Frank Scarborough Pete Scheuermann Frank Sparkman Bob Stimler John Stowe Pete Sweet Robert Sweet Marshall Tanner Bob Taylor Lorne Tillman Mike Varney Ed Vickers Alan Walters Ron Webb Bobby Weinbef9 Paul Wellborn Bill Westbrook Ed Whitehead Joe Wolfe Bill Young Bullclo Club H says righi- here ref ' ,- ' f 369 Richard Kierbow blows 'rhe whis'l'le, play slops. Dan Harlley waiches The aciion carefully. Beri' Brown . Tommy Seals . Bobby Shuman Sieve Caller Paul Welbourn OFFICERS . . Presideni' Vice Presidenf . . Treasurer Rec. Secrefary Cor. Secrefary This Bullpup is ready for 1-he Reck Parade' Rumblin' R k Club Terry Gerber, President Geoff Gill Clyde Roy 4 ','9".f 'ffwgr :W1fCl':7ffl+' ' ' QQ? " , ' Cli'F'l'on Thomas , j Q V- -si? V - 1,. f, Fred Hirons 'Z 'ii arm,-, f"' 2 5? ZZ, ' f I 2, wif , f f f X , f 1 ,A 1 , f 4, fy , ,ff pw . ' Q ,Pgga Q f f, ? ' , fvf , f 1 Q f I 1' A, ff , Charlie Schreeder I f i V, 2455 f 9 ,f ,, ,wr fr 1 ff , , j f ,4 ' X f f f ff f' if , f 2- Milxe Tomasovich A large part of Georgia Tech's great suc- cess in football and basketball during the 1962-63 season can be attributed to the spirit of the student body and the Ramblin' Reck Club, which roused freshmen and upper classmen to provide the needed sup- port. The Recks were led in their spirit campaign by Terry Gerber, President. 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We had a few good ideas, or at least we be- lieved we did, but most of these beliefs and dreams were to vanish as we faced the cold life of the Techman. Freshman camp was the first inkling for some of us, and the upperclassmen there were looked upon with some degree of awe-they were well on their way to becoming what we all de- sired to be: a Tech graduate. The road to this lofty attainment would not be without trials and pitfalls, but some- where along the way we began to take pride in what we were doing, and in our fellow classmen-the class of 1963. As rats we proudly wore our famous symbol of recognition, and we waved it madly as we cheered the foot- ball team on to victory from behind the end zone in Grant Field. We pulled out the ends of our shirts and, in something akin to mob action, stormed to downtown Atlanta to enjoy our own unique institution, the shirttail parade. Also, fraternity life began to make its impression on some of us, as we endured the lowly life of a pledge, but at the same time growing to love a brotherhood of men known to the outside world only through mystic Greek letters. ' TERRY GERBER, President JIM BALDWIN, Secrefa ry-Treasurer Somewhere along the line that first fall quarter, we realized Georgia Tech was all that it was cracked up to be: hard. We cussed and recussed as deficiency slips brought stern letters from home, but at the end of the quar- ter we couldnit wait to get home and brag to all our friends about how hard it was. It was not all work though, for we saw and enjoyed the Kingston Trio, at the Coliseum, even though we had to get in line at 4: 30 AM to get a ticket. We experienced the Collegiate ritual known as Homecoming for the first time, ran dutifully in the Cake Race, and saw Tech lose to Duke on that Saturday afternoon. Coach Bobby Dodd took the Jackets and his perfect bowl record to the Gator Bowl that year and came home after suffering his first post-season defeat. This might have been an indication of things to come, for while we were here we never saw the football team win on TV or in a bowl game. This is not to say by any means that we did not support the team, for we- jammed the student section every time Tech played at home and cheered them on with a special kind of frenzy. Winter brought basketball 'season each year and we saw a sharp-shooting guard named Dr. Harrison falks 'l'o'I'i1e rafs ai' Freshman Camp. Lasi' days of fhe "T" cu'I'. Freshmen find 'rheir way +o Agnes Scott. The moment of reckoning. Roger Kaiser develop into All-Amer- ica and Bobby Dodd's nomination for "Tech,s greatest athlete." Led by Kai- ser, the team won second place in the SEC and second place in the NCAA Mid-Eastern Regional Tournament. We elected our class oilicers that first year after having listened to them in the dorm, seen their posters all over the campus, and maybe doing a little A politicking of our own on the side. After it was all over, Hattie Carter, Jerry Cox, Terry Gerber, and Dekle Rountree were our first class leaders. 375 CLASS OF 1963 All-American Kaiser is carried off the floor. Snow comes fo Georgia Tech. Homecoming brought Fred Waring and his Pennsylvanians. The new infirmary nears completion. The new dormitories fake shape. From then on, it became a little dif- ficult to remember which quarter we dated who, what profs we had when, and so on, because each quarter was just blending into the past as we con- centrated more on a day in June when we would be walking across the stage of the F ox Theater to receive a certain sheepskin. Some of our classmates left, though, and we would remember them as well as those who came from other schools to replace them. As we looked about at graduation, and saw only about half of our original class remaining, we would remember a solemn intonation by Dean Griilin at Freshman camp: c'Look at the man on either side of you, boy, because when you graduate they won't be here." We saw many additions to the phys- ical plant at Tech during our stay here -we helped initiate the New Class- room Building our first quarter, we saw the new dormitories open, those luckey EE's who made it through sophomore math and physics moved into the new Electrical Engineering building, and our senior class became the first to enjoy the new upper deck on top of Grant Field. "Prohibition" hit Georgia Tech along about our junior year, and as an outgrowth of this and other student problems, a special committee of stu- dent leaders was formed to work be- side Dr. Harrison on the problem of so-called "student apathy." We did a lot of talking about this problem for as long as we were here, but we never did solve it, and we left it behind for the next class to tackle. We saw a complete revamping of the 'eCampus Cops" during our stay at Tech, quite a change from the cigar- chewing "Humpty-Dumpty" to the smartly-dressed, efiiciently-operating force which has come to be respected by the student body. While we were here, we saw and enjoyed many Hne nationally-known entertainers brought to the campus by 7J:,.,- A new era at Georgia Tech. TW... .,,. til: Ray Charles! L' A 4 , as . Highwaymen ai' winter concert. Spring quarter and the Dukes of Dixieland outside on the library lawn. the Student Lecture and Entertainment Committee, the In- terfraternity Council, and the Bulldog Club. Among these standouts were the Dukes of Dixieland, the Brothers Four, Fred Waring and his Pennsylvanians, Dave Guardner, the Hi-Lo's, the Limeliters, Les Paul and Mary Ford, the Four Freshmen, the Highwaymen, and Ray Charles to start off that weekend of all weekends, the Alabama game. Alabama arrived that November afternoon with 26 straight victories, a No. l national rating, and a coach that reportedly had said that a Dodd-coached team would never beat him again. He was Wrong. Tech took to the field with fire in their eyes and determination to atone for the acts of a certain Dar- win Holt. It was a hard-fought, cleanly-played game, and when the final gun sounded it was bedlam in Grant Field. -Tech 7, Alabama 6. There were many other things which came to mean Georgia Tech to us, but they were personal things that mean different things to each of us. As a class, though, We left our mark on Tech and it most certainly left its impression on every one of us, the class of 1963. Graduation at last! 377 -"T'i""-'MQ' ' 'HW Yi N' :5f?i- lifflf'-f 'KQ1iQ"M'7i'33ff-'T Y, .--T55 0- - -V ,Q -fs,-..e...' N-fQs:ffge-0',,..,.,lezxSmsS 'gia.ff::f2-fiegge.. H Y -- II! - -'I 532 HIS' 1 I .. I , W . ,:, , ,. 2- NVQ F -is -. wx .V I . + . ' -r ' , I .-. n W -.-- 3 .4 1, "- - ,-,, . ,ss-I , I --,- - ..s. . mv 6354... X . mf A wk 4 V I I . ..-.,. u . ri .-xx-...s .. . sv .-.. - ' ' , ' .. , , ' is iissi I . David H. James A. William A. Richard M. Van Buren Alex Abernalhy Adams Adams, III Adamson Aiken Alliaro . " I 21:12 f "'- 'I - SN wa- "-' ' - .. , , J "i5':.'i:.2..fv22ii ' - "" ' . kk N' I "" r s ' 4 . . . Q. 2 V .V I' .,,m ---Q I , . 1 1 . - .. Francis P. Evan J. Roberl' F. Edwin A. Richard W David H. Allegrel Allen Allen Arie Arnold Arp, Jr. DAVID HERMAN ABERNATHY, AIIanIa, Ga.: Aeronaulical Engineering: ISI Lieu- Ienani, Army R.O.T.C. JAMES ANTHONY ADAMS, Elberion, Ga.: IndusI'riaI Man- agemen+: HEE, 2, 3, 4: Sociely for Advancemenir of ManagemenI', 3, 4. WILLIAM ALLEN ADAMS, Naichez, Miss.: Chemical Engineering: ATQ, Seniinel, 3, World Siudenl' Fund, 2, 3, 4: American InsI'iiuIe of Chemical Engineers. RICHARD MAGILL ADAMSON, Ailania, Ga.: Indusirial Engineering. VAN BUREN AIKEN, Brunswick, Ga.: ATQ, Secreiary, 3, Vice-Presideni, 4: Can'I'erbury Club: Maior, Air Force R.O.T.C.: Wing Siaff. ALEX ALFARO, Lima, Peru: Indusirial Engineering: American Insiiluie ol: Inclusirial Engineers, 2, 3, 4: American Ma+eriaI Handling Socieiy, 2, 3, 4. FRANCIS PAUL ALLEGRET, Housion, Tex.: Archifeciure. EVAN JESSE ALLEN, Elber- Ion, Ga.: Texliles: AEH: Hillel. ROBERT FRANCIS ALLEN, Merrii Island, Fla.: Indus- Irial Managemeni: Newman Club, I, Corresponding SecreI'ary, 2, Vice-Presideni, 3, House Manager, 4: Bulldog Club, 2, 3, 4: Recrealion Council, 2, Presideni, 3, 4: Y.M.C.A. Cabinel, 3, Vice-Presicleni, 4: Triangle, 3, 4: Sociely for Advancemeni ol: Managemeni, 3, 4. EDWIN ALBERT ARIE, Rocky Moun'r, N. C.: Induslrial Engineer- ing: American Insliiule of Indusirrial Engineers, 4: LieuIenan+, Army R.'O.T.C. RICH- ARD WILLIAM ARNOLD, Kennesaw, Ga.: Ceramic Engineering. DAVID HAYDEN ARP, Elliiay, Ga.: IndusI'riaI Managemeni: BGJH: Circle K, I, 2, 3, 4: Socieiy for AcIvancemen+ of Managemeni, 3, 4: Marlceling Club, 4. BREEDLOVE ARRINGTON, Hardwick, Ga.: Indusirial Engineering. HAROLD EDWARD ASHE, JR., AI'IanI'a, Ga.: Indusirial Managemeni: Socieiy for Ihe Advancemenir of Managemenl: American Marlceling Associairion. WALLACE FREDERICK ASTIN, Rome, Ga.: IndusI'riaI Engi- neering: QIIKE, Secrelary, I: In+er-Fraierniiy Council, I, 2, 3: Arnold Air Sociely, 2, 3, 4: Execulive Officer, Arnold Air Socieiy, 3, 4: Scabbard and Blade, 4: American Insiiluie ol Indusirrial Engineers, 4: LI. Colonel, Air Force R.O.T.C.: Wing Siafi, 4: Traclc Team, I. SHELTON LEE BEANNINGER, SI. Pelersburg, Fla.: Indusirial Manage- menig Indusirial Managemenl Socielry, 3, 4: AKNP, 3, 4: Baseball Manager, I, 2, 3, 4. CLYDE BLUE BAGWELL, Lawrenceville, Ga.: Civil Engineering: XE, 3, 4: American Socieiy oi Civil Engineers, 3, 4. JAMES EDWARD BAILEY, Ormond Beach, Fla.: Civil Engineering: CIJEK, Treasurer, 3, 4. WILLIAM H. BAILEY, JR., SI: Marys, Ga.: Induslrial Managemeni: Socieiy for Advancemeni of Managemeni: Marlceiing Club. WILLIAM AUGUSTAS BAIRD, AIIan+a, Ga.: Physics: GE, Corresponding Secre+ary, 2. CHARLES FREDERICK BAKER, Hinesville, Ga.: Civil Engineering: FXA: Bulldog Club. DAVID JAMES BAKER, S+. Augusiine Beach, Fla.: Induslrial Managemeni: IIDKE, Pledge Trainer, 3, Presidenl, 4: Siudenl' Council, I: HEE, 4: Indusirial Managemeni Sociely. 3, 4: Circle K, I, 2, 3: Camera Club, I, 2, 3: Socieiy for I'he Advancemenl' of Marl- agemenI', I, 2, 3, 4: American MarIce+ing Associaiion, 2, 3: Flying Club, I, 2: Sociely of Auiomoiive Engineers, I, 2, 3: Foolball, I: Cross Couniry, I. i ' A+lan'ra asleep. l l L 1 L, , li L Breedlove Harold E. Arringlon Ashe, Jr. Wallace F. Sl1el+on L. Aslin Baenninger Finals week brings cold wealher +o A+lan+a. Clyde B. James E. Bagwell Bailey William HY. V William A. A Bailey, Jr. Baird E l l 'i Charles F. David J. Baker Baker Georgia's gold dome seen from Top O' Peacl1+ree 379 Places 'I'o go in Allanla include Pieclmonl' Park . . . PAUL DENNIS BAKER, Roclc Hill, S. C.: Eleclrical Engineering: Glee Club, I, 2, 3, 4, Business Manager, 3, 4, Presidenl, 4: Pershing Rifles, 2, 3, L+., 3: Scabbard 81 Blade, 3, 4: lnslilule ol Radio Engineers, 2, 3, 4:- Sociely ol Aulornolive Engineers, 4: Cap- lain, Army R.O.T.C.: Dean's Lisl, I. PAUL TRENHOLM BAKER, Mariella, Ga.: In- duslrial Managemenl: EN. JAMES JOHN BALDWIN, Greenville, S. C.: lnduslrial Managemenl: BAE, Pledge Trainer, 3, Presidenl, 4: Junior Class Sluldenl Council Represenlalive: Secrelary-Treasurer ol Senior Class: OAK: Sluclenl Council, 3, 4: lnler-lralernily Council, 4: lnduslrial Managemenl Sociely: Ramblin' Reclc Club: Judiciary Cabinel: Freshman Camp Counselor, 3, 4: Chairman, Sludenl Aclivilies Building Commillee, 4: Who's Who in American Colleges and Universilies. JOHN MICHAEL BANDY, Camilla, Ga.: Mechanical Engineering: ATO: American Sociely of Mechanical Engineers, 4: Sociely ol Mogundies, 3, 4: Pershing Rifles, I: Isl Lieu- lenanl, Army R.O.T.C. SEYMOUR BANE, Raleigh, N. C.: Eleclrical Engineering: TBH, 3, 4: HKN: American lnslilule ol Eleclrical Engineers: Dean's Lisl, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT HILL BANKS, Panama Cily, Fla.: Eleclrical Engineering: -CIJKE, Pledge Trainer. LUCIUS ANDERSON BARGERON, Wrens, Ga.: lnduslrial Engineering: Velerans Club, I, 2, 3, 4, Vice Presidenl, 3: American lnslilufre of lnduslrial Engineers, 3, 4: Freshman Foolball. HERBERT J. BARNOT, Pollslown, Pa.: Texliles: LIJKT: Aflbfl, I, 2: Isl Lieulenanl, Air Force R.O.T.C. ROBERT WALTON BARNES, Augusla, Ga.: Me- chanical Engineering. JAMES PAUL BARNHART, Orlando, Fla.: lncluslrial Manage- menl: EX: Alpha Phalanx, I, 2: Triangle Club, I, 2: Sociely lor The Advancemenl of Managemenl, 4: KIJEE, 4. MARSHALL JONATHAN BARRASH, Ballimore, Md.: Ceramic Engineering: AEII, Chaplain, 2, Assislanl Treasurer, 2: American Ceramic Sociely, 2, 3, 4: Camera Club, I, 2: Blue Prinl, I, 2. JERRY ROBERT BARRETT, Cedar- lown, Ga.: Mechanical Engineering: Georgia Tech Flying Club, I, 2, Secrelary, 2: Arnold Air Sociely, 2. JAMES STEELE BARTH, Chicago, III.: lnduslrial Managemenli Psi Sociely, 3, 4: Newman Club, 4. ROBERT KENNETH BARTON, Rome, Ga.: lndus- lrial Managemenl: KIJKE: Sociely lor The Advancemenl ol Managemenl: American Marlceling Associalion: Civilan Club. MORA ANTHONY BATES, JR., Reislerslown, Md.: Civil Engineering: American Sociely of Civil Engineers. PETER CROCKETT BAXTER, Savannah, Ga.: lnduslrial Managemenl: XRD, Assislanl' House Manager 84 Treasurer, 3: Ramblin' Reclc Club, 3, 4: lnlerfralernily Council, 3: Sailing Club, 3: Freshman Traclc. DAVID MARTIN BAYER, Nashville, Tenn.: Civil Engineering: GAG: XE: Sigma-Y-Phalanx: American Sociely ol Civil Engineers: Sociely of American Mililary Engineers: Maior, Army R.O.T.C., Regimenlal Slail S-I. RICHARD BERLE BEAM, Americus, Ga.: Physics: Baplisl Sludenl Union. JON ANTHONY BEARD, Allanla, Ga.: lnduslrial Managemenl. HARRY DUANE BEAVER, JR., Charlolle, N. CJ lnduslrial Engineering: '-IJAGJ: Sludenl Council, 2, Ramblin' Reclc, 3, 4: Bulldog Club, 2: R.O.T.C. Cadel- Caplain, 4: Foolball, I, 2, 3. WILLIAM STUART BECKNELL, Thomaslon, Ga.: Texliles. LENNIE SMITH BELL, Allanla, Ga.: lnduslrial Engineering: Velerans Club, 3, 4, Vice Presidenl, 4: American lnslilule of lnduslrial Engineers. 5 f : ai, is... - sw -1 .yi-gs qi -1' tb' 59- 1 'r ft :kiwi may -- may. j-'I ':, , '32, 12 -pf, :v -'F W W H A Q ' ' ic? f' .P 1 Pa ul D. B a ke r Pa ul T. Balcer I . 5 ff' sim -- X --.es v Q m -- ---355 1.5. 4.5. ...-'fr-51:1 ' ' -. ,, wb! I -1:-,mrs I , Q. A 'S I James J. Baldwin, Ill John M. Bandy i' asia fb: Seymour Bane 5-313-x'3gQ3Z't5315w V531 ,M K Sex 5 K J X 2 5, 1 'av 1. ?-s"'g22fi '- 'f , . Vc,..Xg.5. X Fe X 1 X XX Q K f A Roberl' H. Banks Lucius A. Bargeron Roberl W. Barnes James S. Bar'I'l1 -'-' 'K Q., ' :XfX:.:Q12s.- ' vw.-.v:.1t-+24 X '12 a i Herberlr J. Brandi James P. Barnlfmarl' Rober1'K. uuuuuuu , uuuuuu BFWOU r.,, -- - 1 - N -- ,Ei r -sq.. 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Benlcerl' William H. Bellinger ' 'fil ." r Qf X 35 Nw ,U XQKMW X is N -xx -q..e.Qg X X BQ Eswsl swixbs M T' X W NNN? - QS?-S . s N .-sg xxx 9,33 x A X fm . ,271 f 1 bw X ..-5, wtf 53? ' x EX' Q +C-ffl V s ,iv x ff. -Y Nm ' Q 'iv X Q 'FX -sw., s N .X ss- Q 4.3 NH , 2 Q M vb. ex f. M - .Ax R Q5 3 B 1-f 'r r Cliliio rd A. Bellum, Jr. I : , . 1 ,f fi.. if 'I Joseph P. Bender, Jr. Gleason R. Benford Gary D. Benl' CLASS OF 1963 WILLIAM HAGOOD BELLINGER, Florence, S. C.: Eleclrical Engineering, HKA, Sec- retary, 2, Vice President 3, Presidemt 4: HKN, 3, 4: Briaerean Sociely, 3, 4: IIME, 3, 4: American InsIi+u+e of Electrical Engineers, 4: Ins'riIu+e of Radio Engineers, 4: Triangle Club, I: Dean's List I, 2, 3, 4. CLIFFORD AXEL BELLUM, Sarasola, Fla.: Mechanical Engineering: Bapiisl Siudeni Union, I, 2, 3, 4, Execuiive Council: Co-op Club, 3, 4: American Sociery of Chemical Engineers, 4. JOSEPH PRISK BENDER, JR., Savannah, Ga.: Civil Engineering: American Rocker Socieiy, Georgia Tech Polilical Forum: Ameri- can Socieiy of Civil Engineers: Geechee Club. GLEASON R. BENFORD, Fiizgerald, Ga.: Elecirical Engineering: Co-op Club, 3, 4: American Institute of EIecI'ricaI Engi- neers, 3, 4: 2nd Lieu+enant Army R.O.T.C. JOHN WINSTON BENKERT, Hogansville, Ga.: Aeronaulical Engineering: HKCID GARY DEAN BENT, Orlando, Fla.: Electrical En- gineering:jI'XA: HKN, 3: CIJHE, I: IIME, 3, 4: Dean's List I, 2, 3, 4: Georgia Engi- neering Sociely Award, I96I-I962. JOSEPH WILSON BERRY, Alrlanla, Ga.: Induslrial Management: HKA. ALEXANDER BRYANT BEST, Augusta, Ga.: EIec+ricaI Engineer- ing: Dean's List 3. TED LEMAR BIDDY, Acwor+h, Ga.: Civil Engineering: American So- ciety of Phologrammeiry, 4: American Sociely Civil Engineers, 4. LLOYD DOUGLAS BIRD, Decalur, Ga.: Electrical Engineering: CDFA. LEWIS ALLAN BISHOP, Grayslake, III.: Electrical Engineering: Inlernafional Associalion oi Elecirical Engineers, 3, 4. MEL- VIN EUGENE BISHOP, Macon, Ga.: Chemical Engineering: American InsIiIuIe of Chem- ical Engineers: Air Force R.O.T.C., Drill Team, I, 2. PHILLIP EARL BISHOIP, Smyrna, Ga.: Indusirial Management DON SEXTON BLOODWORTH, A'rIanI'a, Ga.: EIec+ricaI Engineering: American Ins'ri'ru+e of Eleclrical Engineers, 4: Ensign, Navy R.O.T.C. DAN- IEL CHARLES BLOOM, Broolcline, Mass.: AEH: American Insfiluie of Induslrial Engi- neers, 3, 4: American Maierials and Handling Socieiy, 4: TECHNIQUE, I. DONALD GEORGE BODNAR, Ft Lauderdale, Fla.: Elec+ricaI Engineering: TKE, QIHHE: HKN, 2, 4, Secretary, 3: TBII, 3, 4: TIME, 3, 4: CIJKCID, 3, 4: Radio Club, I, 2, 3: Presbylerian Sludenl Center, I, 2, 4, Secretary, 3: InsI'i+u+e of Radio Engineers, I, 2, Secreiary, 3, President 4: Dean's List I, 2, 3, 4. GERALD BROWN BOOTH, Eassl' Point Ga.: Me- chanical Engineering. GEORGE PRESTON BOSTON, Deca'I'ur, Ga.: Elecirical Engineer- ing: Ve+eran's Club, I, 2, 3, 4: American Ins+iIuI'e of Eleclrrical Engineers, 3, 4: Ins'riI'u're ol: Radio Engineers, 3, 4. CLEVELAND SYLVESTER BOUTWELL, JR., Macon, Ga.: Civil Engineering: FXA: American Socieiy of Civil Engineers, 2, 3, 4: Toaslmasiers' Club, 2. 3, 4. EDMOND CHARLES BOUVETTE, JR., A+IanI'a, Ga.: Indusirial Management HKA, Pledge Trainer, 4: Indusirial Managemenl SocieI'y, 4: Sociely for 'Ihe Advance- ment of Management 3, 4: American Marlcering Associaiion, 4: IIEE, Treasurer, 3, 4: AKIII, 4. ROBERT NELSON BOWEN, Harlwell, Ga.: Eleclrical Engineering. DAVID EARL BOWER, Chaljranooga, Tenn.: Electrical Engineering: American InsI'i'ruI'e of Elec- Irical Engineers, InsIi+uIe of Radio Engineers, Caplain, Army R.O.T.C. ' 'I I - ' Joseph W. Alexander B. Ted L. Lloyd D. Berry, Jr. Best Jr. Biddy Bird, Jr. B- 'Q' 1 W 5 E i , ,W .-.. -.B-A--r-he-M"'r""' i . I .--- H- A-W 55' 25 ef I . , . 6 V ,lf ,,,V . Q . .,. -Q, ,W -, ' '-'-- lie- Q- ," wf:Lf '7:fm' , A. I 1- 4' .. . X' " - iiilxx ' 45 , r ? 'P 3p 'h:"i T' "5 Vw , fx 1f'f'+.mwf--L " " A,,- yll' V' f B f .J ff I ,,.. .-we-4':"""' .,. fl "' i ' ' ., . . '17 ,iii " . ,li Jaw' 1 7' ii? .2 4A" W--,g ' V gf:-,. 1 1 in 1 K1 rm VVV, f Mi ,agar .5 '5 gr im I .2-H 2 --...-- -c.. nw-.. . - V E:L.--.,"'4'?"4 - 2" ' New s+adium finished in record +ime. Summer view of upper deck under cons'rruc+ion. l Lewis A. Melvin E. Phillip E. Don S. Bishop Bishop Bishop Bloodworih Daniel C. Bloom Gerald B. Booih S1'uden1's rebel againsi' 1'he mechanical mons'I'er. Cleveland S- Bouiwell, Jr. 383 Roberi N. Bowen Donald G. Bodnar 11.6. wg if 'f nw ef.: fs' F ' ,-'- l , ' 'K ' .. -lra f H 4... H 4 ' A 1 i K 7 'adage 4 B 1 an-F N xx 'N X., . -444 "x Q x X W 5 , w, Q X .Nw--Y. - MQ.: 1 ' .1 ww: X Q 1 . I A W X X X 1 , i Qu Qc xx ff Q4 52,2 1 Q we f' If QA -Q X W 3 X XQQQQQ f ,xx R 599 D W' , f 55 X X ,, X George P. Bosion Edmond C. Bouvefie. Jr. WWW r Hg is -1.43 Ke- ' 'If 'MW , 3: .' -Qsiivgf' '7-"fig -Q. q:y,f.i-use 1 , ML. ' QF?" , X . ffkilf' ' ,Q F' -' - fgmffk , " r -iv?" Q 533:62 1 , . ' - F' 2 - 5 J' ' G? 1 Q .. - A .':- ,tit David E. Bower i ..... ,J-cena. V fs T :Wi ' . f A M2 S x KX . , AAA RX? ss .is 9 3 SY A X 4. J xx, Ma., K rs s xf , va Xxx .Q N., Nb X s I X, ,Es 'S X -2 2 , fs f s Q' f 5 i Xa I - wx x , , 'NS-, N. , :sf-::.f.L' E .Q-sgsw 1' oi Douglas J. Ronald E. Parriclc C. Alex S. Thomas R. Anrhony M. T Bowers Bowers Bowie "' ' "' Bradford , f2.. .4 SQN ' l i i . W """' ' Q i Z Roberr D. William E. Roy,lR. Gerard J. Michael S. James G. Bradford Bradshaw, ll Brannon, Jr. BranI'Iey Branfley Brazil DOUGLAS JARRETT BOWERS, Toccoa, Ga.: Civil Engineering. RONALD EDWARD BOWERS, Chipley, Fla.: Eleclrical Engineering: ATA, Vice Presidenr, 3: HKN: American lnsrilure of Eleclrical Engineers, Dean's Lisl. PATRICK CARLTON BOWIE, Liberly, S. C.: Physics: EKIPE, Vice Presidenr, 2, Presidenr, 4: Bulldog Club, 3, 4: lnlerfraiernily Council, 4: Cap- Iain, R.O.T.C.: Dean's Lisr, 3. ALEXANDER STEPHENS BOYER, Sylvania, Ga.: Building Cons+rucIion: Archireclural Sociely, 2, 4: TECHNIQUE, I. THOMAS ROBERT BOYS, Gaslonia, N. C.: Aeronaurical Engineering: KA. ANTHONY MACK BRADFORD, Milledgeville, Ga.: Texlile Engineering: AZCIJ: AKLIJ: Caplain, Army R.O.T.C. ROBERT DION BRADFORD, Rising Fawn, Ga.: Mechanical Engineering: iDKfD, 4: TBII, 4: HTE, 3, 4: American Socieiy of Mechanical Engineers, 3, 4: Lieurenanl, Army R.O.T.C.: Dean's Lisl', 3, 4. WILLIAM ELGO BRADSHAW, II, Rome, Ga.: Elecrrical Engineering: QDK2. ROY ROBERT BRANNON, JR., Waynesboro, Va.: Mechanical Engineering: fIJI'A: CIDH2, I: HT2, 3, Vice Presidenr, 4: TBII, Treasurer, 4: QKIID: American Sociejry of Mechanical Engineers: 2nd Lieurenanr, Army R.O.T.C.: Dean's Lisr, I, 2, 3, 4. GERALD JOSEPH BRANTLEY, Mandeville, La.: Civil Engineering: American Sociely Civil Engineers: Cross Counrry Team, I, 2, 3, 4. MICHAEL STRANGE BRANTLEY, Milledgeville, Ga.: Malhernaiics: AEIIJ: Marhemarics Club. JAMES GARLAND BRAZIL, Parrish, Ala.: Induslrial Managemenl: AXA: Sociery for The Advancemenl of Manage- menl, 4: American Managemenl Associalion, 4: Lieurenanl, Army R.O.T.C. DAVID AUGUSTINE BREWER, Porlland, Ore.: Civil Engineering: EKIDE: American Sociely of Civil Engineers, 3, 4: American Sociely of Mechanical Engineers, I. CHARLES HILL BRITTAIN, Macon, Ga.: Archireclrure: TEA, 4: Band, I, 2, 3: Archilecis Insrirure of America, 3, 4: Dean's Lis+, I. STANLEY ANDERSON BROOKING, Toccoa, 65,3 Civil Engineering: HKA: Co-op Club, 2, 3, 4: Sociery of American Mililary Engineers, I, 2, 4. GEORGE CLYDE BROOKS, Alrlanla, Ga.: lndusirial Managemenr: EX: Flying Club, I: Sociely for Jrhe Advancemenr of Management 4: BLUE PRINT, 3: Caprain, Air Force R.O.T.C. JAMES KNOX BROOKSHIRE, Colberr, Ga.: Civil Engineering: AEG: American Sociery of Civil Engineers, 3, 4: Bulldog Club, 4. FRAN- CIS DeSALES BROSNAN, JR., Greenville, S. C.: Mechanical Engineering: QJEK: IITE, 3, 4: Scabbard and Blade, 3, 4: American Sociely of Mechanical Engineers, 3, 4: Armed Forces Chemical Associarion, 3, 4: Sociely of American Milirary Engineers, 4: Lieulenanl, Army R.O.T.C., 4: Dean's Lis'I, I, 2, 3, 4. ALLEN ORVILLE BROWN, Miami, Fla.: Mechanical Engineering: Dean's Lisr, I. ASA VANDIVER BROWN, JR., Roysron, Ga.: Indusrrial Managemenl: AXA: Sociery for The Advancemenl of Managemenl: Ensign, N.R.O.T.C. BRUCE KLEE BROWN, Allanfa, Ga.: Archi'I'ec'rure: CIDKT, Presidenr: TEA, Secrelary. DAVID LYLE BROWN, Indianapolis, Ind.: Marhemarics: IIME, 3, 4: Bar Bell Club: Dean's Lisl', I. CLASS OF 196 Ronme and Bambl fallcs fhmgs over Fred Rudder and dafe leave for 'l'l1e game. fig !! MU ffl h ff, fxff f if f I!! f J fl MW 1714 ffff f fff ,, .,,f 1 Qu ! 2 ,2 ,4 James K Francns D Allen O Broolcsl11re,Jr. Brosnan, Jr Brow The world loolcs cllfferenl' +o mldgefs Gould E. Huber? K. Brown Brown, Jr. Kenneih H. James W. Brown Browning l SAES Jim Baldwin, Jim Jefer, and Dick Sfodclard pariy wifh daies ai Fri+z Orr. ' Brownlee, Jr. Bryan Ernesi L Cheney N. Kenneih A. William W. John E. Joseph L. Bryanr, Jr. Bryce Buchanan Budreau, Ill B Xii':' gf-ft ....f , S A ' .sw , A . Byron W. R. Charles W. James C. Walier L. Burgess Bur+on Burion Busbee Fred L. Roberl' S. Cain Caldwell, Jr. k X Q 3 X Xi X X CLASS OF 1963 GOULD EMERSON BROWN, JR., Douglas, Ga.: lnduslrial Engineering: American lns'riIu+e of Induslrial Engineers, 3, 4: American Malerials Handling Sociely, 3, 4: Wesley Foundalion, I, 2: Maior, Army R.O.T.C. HUBERT KIMBIELL BROWN, JR., Troy, Ala.: Induslrial Managemenl: JDAQ, Treasurer, 3, Vice Presidenl, 4, Presiden'I', 4: Who's Who in American Colleges and Universilies, 4: Bulldog Club, 2, 3, 4, Vice Presidenf, 3, Presidenl, 4: Ramblin' Reclc Club, 2, 3, 4: AK'If, 3, 4: Advisory Com- mirlee Io Presidenl Harrison, 3, 4: Freshman Camp Counselor: InI'erIra'I'erni'ry Coun- cil: Swimming Team, I, 2. KENNETH HARRISON BROWN, Cleveland, Tenn.: Indus- 'lrial Engineering: KE: Caplain, Army R.O.T.C. JAMES W. BROWNING, Odum, Ga.: Indusl'riaI Managemenl: Sociely for The Advancemenl of Managemenl, 2, 3, 4. ERNEST LeROY BROWNLEE, JR., Arlanla, Ga.: Archileclure: American lnslilule of ArchiI'ecI's, 2, 3, 4, Vice Presidenl, 5: Maior, Air Force R.O.T.C. CHENEY N. BRYAN, A+Ian+a, Ga.: lnduslrial Engineering: KA. KENNETH ASHTON BRYANT, JR., Tampa, Fla.: Civil Engineering: KA: American Sociely of Civil Engineers, 2, 3, 4: Baplisl' Sludeml Union, I, 2: Triangle Club, I, 2. WILLIAM WILSON BRYCE, A+lan+a, Ga.: Eleclrical Engineering: TKE. JOHN EDWARD BUCHANAN, Roanoke, Va.: Indus- Jrrial Management Pershing Rifles, I, 2: Socieiy for Advancemenl of Management 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH LINDLEY BUDREAU, III, Savannah, Ga.: lnduslrial Engineering: B'QD1'I: Scabbard and Blade, 3, 4: American Inslilule of lndus+rial Engineers, 2, 3, 4: Canlerbury, I, 2, 3, 4: AIIQ, 2, 3: TECHNIQUE, 2, 3, 4: Caplain, Army R.O.T.C., 4. BYRON W. R. BURGESS, Alpharella, Ga.: Civil Engineering: Baplisl Sludenl Union, I, 2, 3, 4: American Sociely of Civil Engineers, 3, 4. CHARLES WESLEY BURTON, Dhailanooga, Tenn.: lnduslrial Managemenl: lndus+rial Managemenr Socieiy, Presi- :IenI', 4: Sigma-Y-Phalanx, Treasurer, 3: Wes+mins+er Fellowship: Sludenl Facully Re- laI'ions Commillee: PresidenI"s Club: Wing Slafl: Cadel Lieulenanl Colonel, Air Force R.O.T.C.: Dislinguished Air Force Cadel: Foolball, I: Dean's Lisl, 4. JAMES CALLAWAY BURTON, Washinglon, Ga.: Induslrial Managemenl: AKXP, 3, Vice Presidenl, 4: Ensign, Navy R.O.T.C.: Baseball Manager, I, 2, 3, 4. WALTER LUCIUS BUSBEE, Macon, Ga.: Chemical Engineering: KA, Secrelary, 3: Sludenl' Council. 4: Armed Forces Chemical Associalion, 3, 4: American Inslilule ol Chemical Engineer- ing, 4: Pershing Rifles, I, 2: Caplain, Army R.O.T.C.: Dean's LisI', I. FRED LLOYD CAIN, Power, W. Va.: Eleclrical Engineering. ROBERT STEWART CALDWELL, JR., Columbus, Miss.: Indusrrial Managemenl: EIAE, Chaplain, 4, Warden, 4: Sludenl Council, 4: lncluslrial Managemenl Deparlmenl Represenralive: SIuden+ Council Chaplain, 4: AK1If, 3, 4, Judiciary Cabinel, 4: T-Club, 2, 3, 4: Ramblin' Reclc Club, I, 2, 3, 4: Sociely for Ihe Advancemenl of Managemenl, 4: Who's Who in American Colleges and Universilies, 4: Army R.O.T.C., 3, 4: Foolball, I, 2, 3, 4. DAVID LAVELLE CALHOUN, Crosse'H, Arlc.: lnduslrial Engineering: GJE: American Inslilule of Induslrial Engineers: American lnslilulre of Eleclrical Engineers: Inslilulre ol Aero Space Engineers: Polilical Forum: Maior, Air Force R.O.T.C.: Cross Coun'I'ry, I. JOHN CHRISTOPHER CALL, Pompano Beach, Fla.: Civil Engineering: AECIJ: Amer- ican Sociely of Civil Engineers, 3, 4. STEVEN HARVEY CALLER, Knoxville, Tenn.: Building Conslruclion: AEIT, Presideni, 3, 4: Inlerliralernily Council, 3, 4: Bulldog Club, 2, 3, 4: American Inslilule of Archilecls. REUBEN MANOR CANSLER, JR., Allanla, Ga.: Building Conslruclion. RICHARD ALLAN CAPIOLA, Canonsbu-rg, Pa.: Aeronaulical Engineering: American Roclcel' Sociely, I, 2, 3, 4: lnlernalional Aero- naulics Sociely, 3, 4: Newman Club, I, 2. THOMAS HAWEY CARMICHAEL, Mari- ell, Ga.: lndus'I'rial Engineering: Dean's LisI'. Greek Week brings Ihe Zo'I's 'Io Pe'I'ers Park 387 I 'A' T V- f ., ' . ,,. 1 ,. .3 I , 1, ,,, i 1" 25 3,17 0 1312 gf -' , LMT' - QS. , ,',, 4' ' ' ' . Q ' ml QM, 1, x -sf., . V '- 2, i ' Q David L. John C. Sleven H. Reuben M. Richard A. Thomas H. Calhoun Call Caller Cansler, Jr. Capiola Carmichael CLASS OF 1963 JOHN MCMURRAY CARPENTER, Milledgeville, Ga.: Chemical Engineering: HKA: American Inslilule of Chemical Engineers: American Chemical Sociely: Lieulenanl, Army R.O.T.C. JACK WAYNE CARROLL, JR., Allanla, Ga.: Elec- 'rrical Engineering: HKA, Secrerary, 2, 4: I-IKN, 3, 4, Treasurer, 3, 4: American Inslirule of Eleclrical Engineers, 4: Ins+i+u+e of Radio Engineers, 4: Air Force R.O.T.C., Drill Team, I, 2. WINFRED NELSON CARROLL, Anderson, S. C.: Aeronaurical Engineering: ATA: Arnold Air Sociely: Maior, Air Force R.O.T.C. CARL MORGAN CARTER, JR., Dub- lin, Ga.: Eleclrical Engineering: Co-op Club, 2, 3, 4: American Inslilule of Eleclrical Engineers, 3, 4: Inslilule of Radio Engineers, 3, 4. ROBERT WINSTON CARTER, Tucker, Ga.: Psychology: Psi Sociely, I, 2, 3, Presidenr, 4: Barbell Club, I, 2, 3. WILLIAM PICKENS CARTER, Harlwell, Ga.: Induslrial Managemenl: Ensign, Navy R.O.T.C. HERT- MAN CASABLANCA, JR., Bogola, Columbia: Induslrial Managemenr: Sociely for I'he Advancemenl' of Managemenl. MILTON ANTHONY CASH, MarieI'Ia', Ga.: Induslrial Managemenl: Sociery for 'rhe Advancemenl of Managemenl, 3, 4: American Marlceling Associalion, 3, 4: American Sociely of Mechanical Engineers, 2. RONALD DELMAS CASON, Blaclsshear, Ga.: Induslrial Engineering: AXA. FREDERICK RICHMOND CHADWICK, III, Allanla, Ga.: Induslrial Engineering: Lieuienanr, Army R.O.T.C. ORLANDO YIU-KUI CHAN, Hong Kong, China: Archileclure: Chinese Club. HARLAN RAY CHANCE, Wesllake, La.: Mechanical Engineering: HT2, 3, 4: American Sociely of Mechanical Engi- neers, 2, Vice Chairman, 3, Chairman, 4: Co-op Club, 2, 3, 4. DAVID ELEY CHAPMAN, Allanla, Ga.: Archileclure: TEA, 2: American Inslilrule ol Archilecls. WALLACE EUGENE CHAPMAN, Greenville, S. C.: Induslrial Manage- menl: Socieiy for Jrhe Advancemenl ol Managemenl, 4: American Marlceling Associalion, 4. J. RUSSELL CHASTEEN, Foresl Parlc, Ga.: Eleclrical Engineering. ROBERT W. CHEEK, Highland Parlc, Mich.: EIec+ricaI Engineering. WAYNE CLAY CHESTER, Wrighlsville, Ga.: Indus+riaI Managemenl: EX: Veierans Club, 3, 4: Sociely for The Advancemenl ol: Managemenl, 3, 4: Execulive Roundlable, 3: Gymnaslics, I. BILLY RAY CHURCH, Columbia, Tenn.: Mechanical Engineering: Briaerean Sociely, 2, 3, Treasurer, 4: IIT2, 3. 4: Scabbard and Blade, 3, 4: TBH, 4: American Sociely of Mechanical Engineers, 2, 3, 4: Toaslmaslers, 2, 3, Treasurer, 4: Triangle Club, 2, 3: ISI Lieulenanf, Army R.O.T.C.: Dislinguished Mililary Sludenl: Dean's Lisl, 2, 3, 4. EUGENE CORRY CLARK, Washinglon, Ga.: Ceramic Engineer- ing: American Ceramic Sociely, I, 2, 3, 4: SI. PaJrricIc's Council, Vice Presidenl, 3, ,President 4. ROBERT WAYNE CLARK, Columbia, S. C.: Chemical Engineering: American Chemical Socieiy, 3, 4, Presidenl, 4: American InsIiI'uIe of Chemical Engineers, 4. WILLIAM DUNHAM CLARK, JR., Sylvesler, Ga.: Induslrial Managemenl: KE. JAMES O. CLARK, JR., Greenville, S. C.: Ceramic Engineering: HKA: Wesrminsler Fellowship, I, 2, 3, 4: American Ceramic Sociely, I, 2, 3, 4: TECHNIQUE, I, 2, Associare Sporls Ediror, 2. John M. Jaclc W. Winlred N. Carl M. Roberl W. William P- Carpenrer, III Carroll, Jr. Carroll CarI'er. Jr. Carler Carler, Jr. gr Pa'rio parlies bring casual dress. .. -,1g3,f.pg. I K 'f , rf, f V I 1 W fa ff. 2 Y Z' '57 , ,yd ff , 74,5 6 H 'Z X f f f I if wr gf f V f , . 'Ur , Herlman Casablanca, Jr. Ronald D. Cason David E. Chapman Wayne C. Chesier Eugene C. Clark William D. Clark, Jr. rl lVlil+on A. Cash Frederick R. Chadwick, Ill U -- . .f 111- iff? ' - . 3 Wallace E. Chapman Billy R. Church Rober+ W. Clark James O. Clarke, Jr. r 1 Orlando Y. Harlan R. Chan Chance J. Russell Chasieen 389 Rober+ W. The Twlsf, here +o s+ay Cheek Techmen af play Afrer 'rhree hours and five schedue changes s+uden'I' gefs more "help." l Michael E. Cochran Bruce E. Cone Davicl L. Cooper ...fi ..-x -f,- S N.,,... . L,..C . NY Xx X X N X x 1 bm X X R XX x- X QS. RE x xxx X X xxx A x X XX X x .X xi X H X K x , xxx Q. X NN .9 . pzggxggsia -. .15 153-:if g .. :Q-sax' ,JV-. E. -E . ' - F' .. Lulher C. Alberr D. Coffey, Jr. Cohen George A. Randall N. Conlcwrigh'r, Jr. Conway Jacob H. Ralph H. Cooper Cooper, Jr. Q.. . ..,..... .- -ef 1.1. . .. :SEQ lx 1" ' .1-T' x-. Efsiriiif . ac. x, ' P" H15 1 'Six s-Qgj.,l,5v,. .. 4 X X X x X f-Q .QSQ X xi x 5 av x Wx Xxx Sr . X K X RX S XX Q It in X -Qi x X X Y N J X xx L4 X , S3523 'F . ls i M GW R Q :.1'?.,.4' ia l A ..xf X X .x Y: ax N Xx , K X xx A x Q f , ox A 5 .Q f Q 3 .a fin F? 5 f William R. Clary, Jr. cliff D. 3 Cleveland Michael S. Coalson E . ' Q " 4 . .X 9? . -S . ',. ff, ,h , r' . .Xa g- x RJR , x .fisxef .Q,Q.,1. N X x E ? Q X x, N yux X Nz x 1 X Xx 2 u RN X x ,X xx X x Ii 5 xx K X NS' ' 4X xg? xx J x xxx -ci . 5, James R. Cochran, Jr. John N. Coin, Jr. . Nsxia x - 3. , Q, ' : V YTFSXC 'ffff a x-1 XX..cX , . ., X Q x xx..,.X.xx X ks-Nw as N.Q.xr.f:-:-. Dennis Cook Wayne F. Collins Charles E. Cooper, Jr. Waller G. Corbe Cornell, lll George J. John M. Wal+er W. Cosby Cosby Roberl' J. Colley WILLIAM RALSTON CLARY, Warrenlon, Ga.: lncluslrial Engineering. CLIFF DONALD CLEVELAND, Al'lan'ra, Ga.: lnduslrial Managemenl: EX: HBE: Sociely for Ihe Advancemenl of Managemenl, 3, 4. MICHAEL STUART COALSON, Bir- mingham, Ala.: Mechanical Engineering: QH2: American Sociely of Mechanical Engineers: Lieulenanl, Air Force R.O.T.C.: Dean's Lisl, I, 2. JAMES ROBERT COCHRAN, JR., Macon, Ga.: Induslrial Engineering: A2fIJ, Vice Presidenl, 4: American lnslilule ol Induslrial Engineers, 4: Armed Forces Chemical Associalion, 4: Sl: Pal'rick's Council, 3, 4, Treasurer, 4: Execulive Roundlable, 3, 4, Program Chairman, 4: Firsl Lieulenanl, Army R.O.T,C. MICHAEL EDWARD COCHRAN, FI. Lauderdale, Fla.: Mechanical Engineering: AZCID: Semper Fidelis Sociely, Secre- Iary, 3, 4: Lieulenanl, Navy R.O.T.C. LUTHER CARLTON COFFEY, JR., AIIan'l'a. Ga.: Induslrial Managemenl. ALBERT DAVID COHEN, Allanla, Ga.: Induslrial ManagemenI:AE1'I: Induslrial Managemenl Sociely, 2. JOHN N. COIN, JR., Rock Island, Ill.: Eleclrical Engineering: American Inslilule oi Eleclrical Engineers: Vel- erans' Club. WAYNE FORREST COLLINS, Allanla, Ga.: lnduslrial Design: ATQ. BRUCE E. CONE, Mariella, Ga.: lncluslrial Design: Associalion ol Induslrial De- sign Sludenls, I, 3, 4, Secrelary, 2. GEORGE A. CONKWRIGHT, JR., Winchesler, Ky.: Civil Engineering: EN: American Sociely ol Civil Engineers, 2, 3, 4: Barbell Club, 4: Sailing Club, 3. RANDALL NEWMAN CONWAY, Rome, Ga.: Induslrial Engineering: American Inslilule of lnduslrial Engineers, 4. DENNIS COOK, Scars- dale, N. Y.: Physics: Drama Tech, 2. CHARLES EDWARD COOPER, JR., Al'Ian'ra, Ga.: Aeronaulical Engineering. DAVID LAWRENCE COOPER, Birmingham, Ala.: Induslrial Managemenl: AEH: lnduslrial Managemenl Honor Sociely, 3, 4: HAE, 3, 4: Who's Who in American Colleges and Universilies: Judo Club, 3: Polilical Fo- rum, 3, 4: Hillel, I, 2, 3, 4: Sluclenl Counselor: RAMBLER, I, Arl' Edilor, 2, Assisi- anl Edilor, 3, 4: TECHNIQUE, I, Arl Edilor, 2, 3, 4: ALUMNI, 3, 4: Dean's Lisl', 2, 3. JACOB HARRISON COOPER, Slamlord, Conn.: Civil Engineering: X1If: American Sociely of Civil Engineers: Swimming Team Manager. RALPH HYMAN COOPER, Jackson, Ga.: Chemical Engineering: ABQ: American lnslilule ol Chemical Engi- neers, 3, 4: Armed Forces Chemical Associalion, 3, 4: Caplain, Army R.O.T.C. GEORGE JOSEPH CORBE, Sioux Cily, Iowa: Eleclrical Engineering: Sludenl Counselor, 3, 4: Amaleur Radio Club, I, 4: American Inslilule of Eleclrical Engi- neers, 4: Lieulenanl' Colonel, Air Force R.O.T.C. WALTER GOZA CORNETT, III, Lakeland, Fla.: Chemical Engineering: TKE, Vice Presidenl, 3: TBH, CDEE: Briaer- ean Sociely: fIJKsIJ: YMCA Cabinel, 2, 3, Presidenl, 4: Toaslmaslers Club, 2, Vice Presidenl, 3, Presidenl, 4: Triangle Club, Vice Presidenl, 2, Presidenl, 3: US-USSR Sludenl Exchange, 4: PresidenI's Advisory Commillee, 4: World Sludenl' Fund Commillee, 3, 4: Execulive Roundlable, 2, 3, 4: Polilical Forum, 3, 4: TECHNIQUE, II Dean's Lisl, I, 2, 3, 4. JOHN HARRY COSBY, Macon, Ga.: Texlile Engineer- ing: American Associalion of Texlile Colorisls and Chemisls. WALTER WAYNE COSBY, Devereux, Ga.: Mechanical Engineering: Briaerean Sociely Sec. Il, 3, Vice Presidenl, 4: HT2, 4: TBII, 4: Scabbard and Blade, 4: American Sociely Ol Mechanical Engineers, 3, 4: Baplisl' Sludenl Union, I, 2, 3, 4: Dean's Lisl', I. 2, 3, 4. ROBERT JAMES COTTEY, Sandusky, Ohio: Mechanical Engineering. EVERYTHING IS CLOSED OUT! CLASS OF 1963 391 By his senior year I'he Tech sluclenl' is able 'Io dodge IBM card holes blindfolded. Co-Cap+ain Tom Winingder speaks ai' pep rally. CLASS OF 1963 Lawrence P. Philip Simon Gary G. Harold A. William G. Thomas lvl Courie Cox Cox Cox Craig Couller Bruce A. 'Benjamin H. William E. Thomas F. Ken B. Charlie H Crouch Crum, Jr. Curjris Daly Dane Danner 392 Joe Auer clemons+ra+es amazing bro ken field running abilify. Phillip M. Danzig Darnell Samuel D- JOIW M- Tech showing ils s'rrengI'h wi'l'h Marlin, Walson, and D5l"l'OI'1I1 David, JF. MCName5, I Billy S. Michael M. Ronald E. Kevin J. William P. Palrick D Davis, Jr. Davis Davis Davy Day Dean LAWRENCE PAUL COULTER, Columbus, Ga.: Induslrial Engineering. PHILIP SIMON COURIE, Greenville, Ga.: Civil Engineering. GARY GRANVILLE COX, Molena, Ga.: Eleclrical Engineering: American Inslilule of EIecI'ricaI Engineers, 3, 4: 2nd Lieulenanl, Army R.O.T.C. HAROLD AUTREY COX, Halliesburg, Miss.: Eleclrical Engineering. WILLIAM GERALD COX, Challanooga, Tenn.: Eleclrical Engineering: EN, Pledge Presidenl: Presidenl' of l962-63 Sludenl Body: Presidenl of Sophomore and Junior Classes: Koseme, Presidenl: Anak Sociely: OAK: Ramblin' Reck Club: Y.M.C.A. Cabinel: Ju- diciary Cabinel: Alpha-Y-Phalanx: Adminislralive Council: Alhlelic Board: Presidenl's Sludenl Advisory Board: Alhlelic and School Spiril: Sludenl' Discounl Service. THOMAS MCKINLEY CRAIG, Wilminglon, Del.: lnduslrial Managemenl: EN, Treasurer, 3, Inferlralernily Council Represenlalive, 3, Execulive Commillee, 3, 4: lnduslrial Managemenl Sociely, 3, 4: Who's Who Among Sludenls in American Colleges and Universilies: Presidenl, Georgia Tech lnlerlralernily Coun- cil, 4, Inlerfralernily Council Social Chairman, 3: Inleriralernify Council Greek Week Chairman, 3: Ramblin' Reck Club: Honor Board: Trial Board: Presiden'r's Sludenl Advisory Board: Wesley Foundalion: Sporls Edilor, 3, Assislanl Classes Edilor, 2, BLUE PRINT: Caplain, S-2 Ballalion Slaff, Army R.O.T.C.: Dean's Lisl, 4. BRUCE ALAN CROUCH, Chilli- Collie. Ill.: Chemical Engineering: EX. I-louse Manager. 4: American lnslilule of Chemical Engineers: American Chemical Sociely. BENJAMIN I"III-I- CRUIVI. Nashville. G6-I Eleclrical Engineering: BapI'isI Sludenl Union, I, 2: American lnslilrule of Eleclrical Engineers, 4. WILLIAM EDWARD CURTIS, Tampa, Fla.: lnduslrial Engineering: QIJAGD, Pledgemasler, 3, Sec- relary, 3: Georgia Tech Y.M.C.A. Freshman Camp Counselor: Army Arlillery, Isl' Lieulenanl. THOMAS FRANCIS DALY, Savannah: Ga.: lnduslrial Engineering: American Inslilule of lnduslrial Engineers, 4: American Handling Sociely, 4. KEN BRISCOE DANE. Allanla. Ga.: Induslrial Management KA. Presidenl, 4: AKYP, 3, 4: Judo Club, President 3, 4: Bulldog Club, 3: Sociely for Ihe Advancemeni of Managemenl, 3, 4: American Markeling Associalion, 3, 4: Inlerlralernily Coun- cil Honor Board, 3: InI'erIra+erniI'y Council Trail Board, 4: Canlerbury Club, 3. CHARLES HARRY DANNER, Norlh Can- IOH. OIWIOI Mechanical Engineering! HTS.. Presidenl, 4: Briaerean Sociely, GHZ: IITX, 3, 4, Presidenl, 4: Lulheran Sludenl Associalion, Presidenl, 4: Triangle Club. MICHAEL BARRY DANZIG, Danbury, Conn.: Induslrial Engineering: TEQIJ, Secre- Iary, 2, InIerIraIerniIy Council Represenlalive, 2: Camera Club, 2, 3, 4: Sl. PaIrick's Council, 4: American lnslilule of Indus- Irial Engineers, 2, 3, 4: American MaI'eriaI Handling Sociely, 2, 3, 4, Secrelary, 3, PHILLIP MICHAEL DARNELL, Allanla, Ga.: lndusfrial Design: CIDAG: Baplisl Sludenl Union: Bulldog Club: Caplain, Army R.O.T.C.: Foolball, I, 2, 3. SAMUEL DONALD DARROHN, Nazarelh, Pa.: Civil Engineering: fDKT: American Sociely of Civil Engineers, l, 2, 3, 4: Air Force R.O.T.C. Drill Team, I, 2. JOHN MURRAY DAVID, Albany, Ga.: Mechanical Engineering: ATO: Scabbard and Blade. BILLY SUNDAY DAVIS, JR., Allanla, Ga.: Mechanical Engineering. MICHAEL MALLIE DAVIS, Meridian, Miss.: Aero- naulical Engineering: KE, Table Manager, 2. RONALD ELLISON DAVIS, Orangeburg, S. C.: Aeronaulrical Engineering: EN: Inslilule ol Aerospace Sciences. KEVIN JOHN DALY, Massapequa, N. Y.: Civil Engineering: American Sociely Civil Engineers, 3, 4: Sociely American Mililary Engineers, 4: Barbell Club, I, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM PARKER DAY. AIIGHIG. GG-I Induslrial Engineering: CDX, I: Wesley FOUnCIe'll0n. I. 2i Bl-UE PRINT, l, 2. PATRICK DONOVAN DEAN, Lakeland, Fla.: Archileclure: BQH, Pledge Masler, 4: Archileclural Sociely. 3, 4, 5: Newman Club, I, 2, 3, 4, 5: TECHNIQUE, I: Fresh- man Diving Team lSwimmingI, I. Work on Sig display. -'wxwifzf' . AS WTR xelgff . . :.'.?3 .,'1",'3I1"I Wi-'F K .sa ,' - N . my ,ri-Q..-. . 2 V . 'I -V-"A Y James W. John R. Deas Dees Franlc P. Delisle James L. DeJarneIIe, Jr. Charles T. Dennard George F. DeLong, Jr. CLASS OF 1963 The Hungry Gobbler. JAMES WESLEY DEAS, Hazlehursr, Ga.: Induslrial Managemenl: IndusI'riaI Manage- menr Honorary Sociely, 4: MarI4e'ring Club, 4: Amaieur Radio Club, I: Sociely 'lor Ihe Advancemenl' of Managemenl: Dormilory Counseling Slallf, 2, 3, 4. JOHN ROB- ERT DEES, Birmingham, Ala.: Chemical Engineering: QH2: Briaerean Co-op Honorary Sociely, 3, 4: TBH, Corresponding Secrelary, 4: American lnslilule of Chemical Engineers, 3, Presiclenir, 4: Armed Forces Chemical Associalion, 4: Maier, Army R.O.T.C.: Dean's LisI', I, 2, 3, 4: American Ins+i+u+e of Chemical Engineers Scholar- ship Award,,3: Georgia Engineering Sociery Award, 3. JAMES LITTON DeJARNETTE, JR., AIIanI'a, Ga.: Civil Engineering: BQDH: LieuI'enanI', Air Force R.O.T.C., 3, Lieu- 'lenanl' Colonel, Air Force R.O.T.C., 4. FRANK PATRICK DELISLE, HarI'weII, Ga.: Induslrial Engineering: A2115 Presidenl, 4, Treasurer, 3: InIerIraI'erniI'y Council: Execu- 'rive Roundlable. GEORGE F. DeLONG, JR., Gainesville, Ga.: lnduslrial Manage- men+: Execulive Roundrable, 3, 4: Army R.O.T.C.: BasIce+ball Manager, 2, 3, 4. CHARLES THOMAS DENNARD, Gordon, Ga.: Induslrial Engineering. DAVID WES- LEY DENNIS, Allanlfa, Ga.: Mechanical Engineering. JAMES EDWARD DEERY, Macon, Ga.: Chemical Engineering: HKQ: Corporal, Army R.O.T.C. CHARLES EDWARD DETTMANN, Lalceland, Fla.: Indusrrial Engineering: TKE, Pledge Trainer, 3, Presiden'I', 4: Circle K, I, 2: Triangle Club, I, 2, 3: American Inslilule Induslrial Engineers, 4: American Marerial Handling SocieI'y, 4: BLUE PRINT, I: Inlerfralernily Council Trial Board, 4. JOHN HALVIN DIAL, Rome, Ga.: Civil Engineering: Ameri- can Sociely of Civil Engineers, 3, 4: Sociely of American Mililary Engineers, 3, 4: Pershing Rifles, 2: Lieulenanl Colonel, Army R.O.T.C. WILLIAM NAPIER DICK, Opp, Ala.: Induslrial Engineering: EN: American Malerial Handling Sociely: American InsIiIu+e of Induslrial Engineers: Baseball, I. WILLIAM PATRICK DICKSON, AIIan'ra, Ga.: Chemislry: EX: Scabbard and Blade, 2, 3, 4: Semper Fidelis Sociely, 3, Treas- R.O.T.C. BaH'alion ROBERT urer Sludenl Council, 4 lCombinaIion Deparlmenr Represenlalivel: Navy Rifle Team, I: ANAK Award for Leadership, 3: Capiain, Navy R.O.T.C.: Commander, 4: DormiI'ory Counselor, 2, 3: Senior Counselor, 4. JOHN DILLON, Thomasville, Ga.: ATA: Koseme Socie+y, 4: TBII, 3, 4: HKN, 3, 4: HAE, 3, 4: Scabbard and Blade, 3, 4: Sludenl' Council, 4: Inrernarional Srudenls Com- millee, 4, Chairman, 4: World Sludenl Fund CommiI'I'ee, 2, 3, 4: Sludenl Leclure gl Enierlainmenl CommiI'Iee, 2, 3, 4, SIaI'uIory Member, 4: InI'erIraIerniI'y Honor Board, 4: Sludenl-FacuI+y Honor Commillee, 4: Judiciary CabineI', 4: Freshman Camp Counselor, 3: Alpha-Y-Phalanx, 2: TECHNIOU E, I, 2, News Edilor, 3: FirsI Lieulenanl, Army R.O.T.C., Oulslanding Sophomore Cadel: Dean's Lisl, I, 2, 3, 4. DANIEL BENJAMIN DIXON, Macon, Ga.: Chemical Engineering: TBII, 4: Band, I, 2, 3: Dean's Lis'r, 2, 3, 4. JOHN H. DIXON, Murfreesboro, Tenn.: Chemislry: 'IPI-IE. Briaerean Sociely. DAVID HARRIMAN DODD, Wesl Palm Beach, Fla: Chemical Engineering: Presbylerian Sludenl' Cenrer, I, 3, 4, Treasurer, 2. 'JOHN MARVIN DOLLAR, Memphis, Tenn.: Indus+riaI Managemenl: ATQ. KARL KIRK DOMINGOS, Macon, Ga.: Induslrial Managemenl: AXA, Pledge Trainer, 3: Sociely lor Ihe Ad- vancemenl of Managemenr, 2, 4: Canlerbury Club, I, 2, 3, 4: Execulive Commillee, 3: Armed Forces Chemical Associalion, 4: Manager, Varsily Track Team, 2. THOMAS MARION DOZIER, JR., Thomson, Ga.: Induslrial Engineering: ATU, Worlhy Senlinel, 3, 4: Navy R.O.T.C., Drill Team, I: Alpha-Y-Phalanx, I, 2: Triangle Club, I: Mogun- clies, 4: American Ins+iIu'Ie of Induslrial Engineers, Baplisr Sludenl' Union, I, 2, 3, 41 Navy R. O. T. C., L. NE, LieuIenanI', J.G. Davicl W. Dennis Charles E. DeH'mann William N. Dick Daniel B. Dixon John M. Dollar Guy E. Dralce James E. Derry Joh? H' Deli wreck 'lows ifself o Dial Dickson Dillon, Ill John H. David H. Dixon, Jr. Dodd Karl K. Domingos, lll Dozier, Jr. I-Ierberi James Driggers Duggan FF 1-he field. 395 Homecoming Queen finalisfs Lynn Miller and Linda Mullins relax in Field dormilory lounge. GUY EDWIN DRAKE, Adrian, Ga., Civil Engineering, XE, 4: American Sociely of Civil Engineers, 47 Dean's Lis+, I. HER- BERT H. DRIGGERS, Augusia, Ga.: Aeronaulrical Engineering: EFT: Insiiiuie oi Aerospace Sciences: Dean's Lisl, I, 2, 3, 4. JAMES EDMUND DUGGAN, Perry, Ga.: lnclusirial Design: lncluslrial Management HBE Professional Fralerniiyi American Marlceiing Associafiong Socieiy for lhe Aclvancemenl' of Man- agement Associaiion of lndusirial Design Siuolenlrs. CLASS DF 1963 Hary R. Winslon L. James V. Thomas J. Kyle E. Richard A. Duke Duke Durden DurreH', III Dye, Jr. - Dykes HARRY RONALD DUKE, Allanla, Ga.: Mechanical Engineering: LIDHT: American Sociely of Mechanical Engineers, 3, 4: Newman Club, 4. WINSTON LAVELLE DUKE, Allanla, Ga.: Physics: ATA, Presidenl, 3, 4: Arnold Air Sociely: Inlerlira- Jrernily Council, 3.4: Sludenl Council: Physics Represenlaiive, 4: Presidenl"s Club, 3, 4: TECHNIQUE, I:Air Force R.O.T.C., Cadel' Lieulenanl Colonel, Group Commander, 4: 'Dislinguished Mililary Sludenl, 4. JAMES VASCO DURDEN, MeI"rer, Ga.: Civil Engineering: Baplisl Sludenl Union, I, 2, 3, 4: American Sociely of Civil Engineers, 2, 3, 4. THOMAS JACK- SON DURRETT, Allanla, Ga.: lnduslrial Managemenl: Baplisl Sluclenl Union. KYLE EDWARD DYE, JR., Easl Poinl, Ga.: Eleclrical Engineering: TBII, 4: HKN, 3, 4: lnslilule ol Radio Engineers, 3, 4: Second Lieulenanl, Army R.O.T.C.: Dean's Lisl, I, 2, 3. RICHARD ANTHONY DYKES, Jacksonville, Fla.: Aeronaulical Engineering: lnlernalional Aerospace Sociely. 2, 3, 4: American Rockel Sociely, 2, 3, 4. ERNEST ROBERT EASON, Savannah, Ga.: Induslrial Managemenl: Sociely for The Advancemenl ol: Managemenl, 3, 4: American Markeling Associalion, 3, 4: lnlernalional Sludenl' Commillee, 4. PHILIP RAY EASTERLIN, Valley Slream, N. Y.: Civil Engineering:ATA: Alpha-Y Phalanx, Bulldog Club, Lulheran Sludenl' Associalion, American Sociely for Civil Engineers, Baskelball Usher. Homecoming Display Chairman for School: Arnold Air Sociely: Freshman Baseball. JOHN HUBERT EDENFIELD, Porlal, Ga.: Induslrial Engineering: EN: American lnslilule ol Induslrial Engineers: Sociely of American Mililary Engineers: T-Book, 2, 3, Edilorial Edilor, 4: 2nd Lieulenanl, Army R.O.T.C. CHARLES KEATHER EDMONDSON, Gainesville, Ga.: lnduslrial Engineering: BGDII: CDKKID, 3, 4: TBH, 3, 4: IIAE, 2. 3. 42 PFGSICIGVIIH 41 Scabbard and BIGCIGI CIPH2. l. 21 ANAK, Vice Presiclenl, 4: OAK, Presidenl, 4: Koseme, 3: AHMI Who's Who in American Colleges and Universilies, 4: Ramblin' Reck, 3, 4: YMCA Cabinel, 4: American Insliluie of In- duslrial Engineers, 3, Vice Presidenl, 4: lnlerfralernily Council, I, 2: RAMBLER, I, Associale Edilor, 2, Managing Edilor, 3, Edil'or, 3, 4: TECHNIQUE, I, 2, 3, Fralernilies Edilor, 2, 3, Summer Edilor, 3, Publicalion Board, 3, 4: Oulslanding Fresh- man Army Cadel: Oulslanding Junior Army Cadel: Dean's Lis+, I, 2, 3, 4: William Gilmer Award For Oulslanding Fresh- man in English: Member ol USA-USSR Cullural Exchange, I962: Oulslanding Junior in Induslrial Engineering: AIIE Award lor Junior lnduslrial Engineer: Teaching Assislanl' in Malhemalics, 4. JAMES RODGERS EPPS, Lake Cily, S. C.: lndus- lrial Managemenl: QDX, Hislorian, 3, 4: Sociely for lhe Advancemenl ol: Managemenl, 3, 4. AKIN ERAYDIN, Aydin, Turkey: Texlile Engineering: lnlernalional Sludenls Commillee, 2, 3, 4, Presidenl, 4: Georgia Tech Polilical Forum, 3, 4: The Sludenls Advisory Commillee 'ro lhe Presidenl, 4: Dean's Lis+, I. ROBERT MILLER ERVIN, Decalur, Ga.: Mechanical Engineering: QIJKT: American Sociely ol Mechanical Engineers, 4: Dean's Lisl, I, 2. B. DOUGLAS ETHRIDGE, Winder, Ga.: Chemical Engineering: GX: American lnslilule ol Chemical Engineers, 2, 3, 4: BLUE PRINT, I. HOWARD HERRON EVANS, Jacksonville, Fla.: Mechanical Engineering: Co-op Club, Seclion I, 2, 3, 4: Weslminsler Fellowship, I, 2, 3, 41 American Sociely of Mechanical Engineers, 2, 3, 4. IRVING M. EVERTON, Columbia, N. C.: Mechanical Engineering! GTE.: VeJreran's Club. JOHN RICHARD FACEY, Trenlon, N. J.: Aeronaulical Engineering: EFT: Dean's Lisl, I, 2, 3, 4. DONALD ARTHUR FALVEY, Slrasburg, Va.: Civil Engineering: Sigma-Y Phalanx, 2, 3, 4: Secrelary-Treasurer Execu'I'ive Round Table, 2, 3, 4: Triangle Club, I, 2, 3, 4: Sociely of American Mililary Engineers, 3, 4: American Sociely of Civil Engineers: Isl Lieulenanl Army R.O.T.C. HOUSHANG FARHADI, Tehran, Iran: Archileclure: Inlernalional Sludenls Commillee, I, 2, 3, 4: Dormilory Sludenr Counselor, 3, 4. THOMAS FRANKLIN FARRELL, Hinlon, W. Va.: lnduslrial Engineering: KE: AHM: American lnslilule of lnduslrial Engineers: American Malerials Handling Sociely: Isl' Lieulenanl, Army R.O.T.C.: Dean's LisI', 2, 3. DEAN THOMAS FARRISH, Forl Lauderdale, Fla.: Eleclrical Engineering: lnslilule of Radio Engineers, I, 2, 3, 4: American Inslilule of Eleclrical Engineers, I, 2, 3, 4: Pershing Rifles, I: Isl' Lieulenanl, Army R.O.T.C. JAMES JORDAN FAST, Allanla, Ga.: Eleclrical Engineering: American Inslilule ol Eleclrical Engineers, 4. -.,-.s-,QQ-7,.s Ay 'Sf-1'3" . ..s fgsszw g. - -X 1 sbs... 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James G. Larry J. Wayne A. John W. Fisher, Jr. Fisher Fisher File JAMES FREDERICK FELTE, Oalc Ridge, Tenn.: Aeronau'I'icaI Engineering: EN, Commander IPresidenI'l, 4, Arhlelric Chairman, 3: InIerIraJrerniI'y Council, 4: Bulldog Club, 2, 3, 4: PresicIen+'s Club: Ins+i+u+e of Aerospace Sciences, 4: LieuIenanI'. J.G., Navy R.O.T.C. ALEX BLAIR FIFE, Avondale EsI'a'I'es, Ga.: Mechanical Engi- neering: fIJKT, Pledgemasier, SecreI'ary: American Socie+y of Mechanical Engineers. JAMES GLENN FISHER, JR., I-Iarlwell, Ga.: IndusI'riaI Managemeni: EX: So- cieiy for Jrhe Advancemenl' of Management 2, 3, 4: American Marlceiing Asso- ciaiion, 3, 4: Maierials Handling Club of America, 3, 4. LARRY JEWELL FISHER, Rossville, Ga.: Induslrial Engineering: American Maierials Handling Socieiy, 3, 4: LieuIenan+ Colonel, Army R.O.T.C. WAYNE AUBREY FISHER, DeLand, Fla.: Aeronauiical Engineering: AXA: Co-op Club, 2, 3, 4: American Roclcei Socieiy, 3, 4. JOHN WEBSTER FITE, Ailania, Ga.: Elecirical Engineering: Insiiluie of Radio Engineers, 2, 3, 4: Capiain, Army R.O.T.C. HARRY EDWARD FLANDERS, JR., Thomaslon, Ga.: Mechanical Engineering: American Socieiy Mechanical Engi- neers, 4. DARRYL FLOYD, College Parlc, Ga.: Elecirical Engineering: Maior, Army R.O.T.C. IEngineersl: Swimming Team. ROBERT L. FLOYD, JR., Gainesville, Ga.: Chemical Engineering: HKA. JAMES RAY FORD, Macon Ga.: Eleclrical Engineer- ing: Lieuienani Colonel, Army R.O.T.C. DON OSBORN FOSTER, Smyrna, Ga.: Elelcirical Engineering. JOE BROWN FOSTER, Leeds, Ala.: Chemical Engineering. RONNIE DELANO FOSTER, Columbus, Ga.: Elecirical Engineering: Ins'riI'uIe of Radio Engineers: American InsIiIuIe of Elecirical Engineers. SAMUEL HALL FOWLER, Toccoa, Ga.: Elecrrical Engineering: Triangle Club, 2, 3, 4, Vice Presi- denI', 4: InsJriIuJre oi Radio Engineers, 3, 4. JOHN EMORY FRANKLIN, Screven, Ga.: Indusirial Managemeni: KE. STEPHEN DOUGLAS FRANKUM, Alcoa, Tenn.: Civil Engineering: KIDFA: AGO, 2, 3, Vice PresidenI', 4, ToasI'masIer's Club, 4: Gymnaslics Team, I. STEPHEN WEIL FREIMAN, Pineville, La.: Chemical Engi- .neering: QEH: American InsIiIuIe of Chemical Engineers, 3, 4. RONALD LOVIN FULMER, LaFayeI'Jre, Ga.: Mechanical Engineering: Co-op Freshman Class V-Presi- demh, I: Co-op Sophomore Class V-President 2: Co-op Club, 2, 4: Execulive Com- miiiee, 3. ROBERT EMMETT GAHAGAN, Blulliion, S. C.: Indusirial Engineering: EX: Sludeni Council, 4: Co-op Club, 3, 4, Secreiary, 4: American InsIiIuIe oi Indusirial Engineers. JORGE GARCIA, Habana, Cuba: Civil Engineering: Pan American Union Club, I, 2, 3, 4, Presidenl, 4: Newman Club, I, 2. JAMES RISEN GARD, Arlingion, Va.: Maihemaiics: TBIT: TIME, Briaerean: Dean's Lisi. DENNIS COLE GARDNER, Miami, Fla.: Aeronauiical Engineering: EX: EFT, 3, 4: Scabbarcl 8: Blade, 3, 4: Insiilulre of Aerospace Sciences, I, 2, 3, 4: Alpha-Y Phalanx, 2: Dean's Lis+, I, 2. l Harry E. Flanders, Jr. Rol::er+ L. . Floyd, Jr. Don O. Fosrer Ronnie D. Fosrer . - " 2' ' - V:-if Q -. :.- :fr me 1 z"L5:, - -. ix .- -.e'5.iF',X ' .-::-: 2' fi. if .,... , . John E. Franklin, Jr. Roberl' E. Gahagan, Jr. Darryl Floyd James R. CLASS OF 1963 Joe B. Fosrer Samuel H- Lineup of 'finalisfs for Homecoming Queen. Fowler, Jr. Sieplien D. Sieplwen W. Ronald L. Franlcum Freirman Fulmer Jorge James R. Dennis C. Garcia Gard Gardner 399 Charles L. Garner Garvin, Jr. I-f ,-Mf:z:f.p. -ff- - ff.. f,.A,m-'Ge mn' ' " ' 5M 5,f 1 4- 313 555 f . f., zzf: . J - ff? .-,z 1 74 ,gf V . 'JM sv, ., . , :f:29z.52-'?'3Gx8b2 " . ' i -1 ,nl V .iifmelyg Gilmer A. Gary .-'-227 - f -f f fkwswnm KA M, sais: 3 1.1 my . 1545 H, :gal 5-, ff 2':ffg?Z :- -'ag 1 Alberl' L John F. Gay Jr Gee, Ill Terry L. Gerber Don P. Gidclens Nelson Gilrearh, Jr. Darrell P. David K. Glankler Glisson Doyle F. Garreh' Joseph F. Garins, Jr. Gibson, Jr. Charles S. Y .af amy, , df' if . R 2, 3. f .Q ' - CLASS OF 1963 LasT minuTe Touches on The Phi DeIT wreck. Bobby ToIberT direcTs The piT crew. l I -:"l A 5 "' ' . iiiiilf' - 1. 'PA .. VV' . 1.. Jacky F. Michael I. Jacobo Pablo Jerome D. Ben H. GodTrey Gold Gold Gonzalez Goodrich, Jr. , Granlade CHARLES LARRY GARNER, Joanna, S. C.: IndusTrial ManagemenT: Wesley FoundaTion, I, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer, 4: SocieTy Tor The AdvancemenT oT ManagemenT, 4: Swimming, I, 2, 3. DOYLE FRANKLIN GARRETT, LiThia Springs, Ga.: Chemical Engineering. HUBERT FRYER GARRISON, JR., EasT PoinT, Ga.: IndusTrial ManagemenT: GTE., Housemanager, 2, Correspond- ing SecreTary, I, 3: Wesley FoundaTion, I, 2: ACPO, 2: Alpha Phalanx, I: Navy R.O.T.C. Drill Team, I, 2. JAMES S. GARVIN, Hapeville, Ga.: EIecTricaI Engineering. GILMER ALLEN GARY, DecaTur, Ga.: Physics. JOSEPH FRANCIS GATINS, JR., ATIanTa, Ga.: IndusTrial Engineering: GymnasTics Team, I, 2, 3, 4. ALBERT L. GAY, JR., Dearing, Ga.: In- dusTrial Engineering: BapTisT STudenT Union, 3, 4: American InsTiTuTe oT IndusTrial Engineers. JOHN FORREST GEE, AT- IanTa, Ga.: Indusfrial ManagemenT: SocieTy Tor The AdvancemenT oT ManagemenT, 3, 4: BapTisT STudenT Union, 3, 4. TERRY LEWIS GERBER, SouTh Bend, Ind.: IndusTrial Engineering: ATU, SecreTary, 3, Vice-PresidenT, 4: Freshman, Presi- denT, Sophomore, Vice PresidenT, Junior, Vice PresidenT, Senior, PresidenT: Koseme, Treasurer, 3: ANAK, SecreTary, 4: OAK, Vice PresidenT, 4: Who's Who in American Colleges and UniversiTies, 4: Ramblin' Reck Club, 2, 3, 4, Vice PresidenT, 3, PresidenT, 4: YMCA CabineT, 3, 4, SecreTary 3, Vice PresidenT, 4: World S+uden+ Fund, 2, 3, 4: Alpha Phalanx, I, 2: STudenT Council, I, 2, 3, 4: Advisory CabineT, I, 4: Judiciary CabineT, 3: Advisory CommiTTee To The PresidenT, 2, 4: Chairman, AThIeTic and School SpiriT CommiTTee, 3: Freshman Camp Counselor, 2, 3, 4: CommiTTee on BeTTer ReIaTions beTween Auburn, Georgia, Georgia Tech: SecreTary-Treasurer oT The SouThern Area STudenT Council oT YMCA's, Ameri- can'InsTiTuTe OT IndusTrial Engineers, Chairman oT PresidenTs' Club BangueTs. LEROY DUNNING GIBSON, ChaTTanooga. Tenn.: Mechanical Engineering: EX: American SocieTy OT Mechanical Engineers, 3, 4, DON P. GIDDENS, AugusTa, Ga.I AeronauTicaI Engineering: TBII, 3, 4: EFT, 4: InsTiTuTe oT Aerospace Sciences, 4: Dean's LisT, I, 2, 3, 4. CHARLES SHOCKLEY GILBERT, Pendergrass, Ga.: IndusTrial Engineering: A2fID, Vice PresidenT, 3, PresidenT, 4: Arnold Air SocieTy: American InsTiTuTe oT IndusTrial Engineers: InTerTraTerniTy Council, 4: Trial Board: LieuTenanT Co-Ionel, Air Force R.O.T.C., InspecTor General. NELSON GILREATH, JR., Deland, Fla.: IndusTrial ManagemenT: KA: Bulldog Club, 2, 3, 4: Alpha Phalanx, I: BLUE PRINT I. KIRK G. GISSING, STone MounTain, Ga.: AeronauTicaI Engineering: ATA: Bulldog Club, 3, 4: InsTiTuTe oT AeronauTicaI Sciences. DARREL P. GLANKLER, Alexander, La.: Civil Engineering: EAE. DAVID KIM GLIS- SON, Collins, Ga.: EIecTricaI Engineering: Dean's LisT, 3. JACKY FOSTER GODFREY, Bexley, Ga.: Mechanical Engi- neering: XXII, 2, 3, 4: Co-op Club, 2, 3, 4. MICHAEL I. GOLD, ST. AugusTine, Fla.: IndusTrial ManagemenT: KIDEII, Re- cording SecreTary, 2: InTerTraTerniTy Council, 2, 3, 4, Honor Board, 3: Greek Week CommiTTee, 2, 3, 4: Bulldog Club, 2. 3: SocieTy Tor The AdvancemenT oT ManagemenT, 2. 3, 4: BLUE PRINT, I, 2. JACOBO GOLD, Habana, Cuba: Mechani- cal Engineering: AEH, I: Vice PresidenT, Georgia Tech PoIiTicaI Forum InTernaTionaI STudenTs CommiTTee: American SocieTy oT Mechanical Engineers: SocieTy oT AuTomoTive Engineers. 'PABLO GONZALEZ, Havana, Cuba: IndusTrial En- neering. JEROME DUNCAN GOODRICH, HousTon, Tex.: Mechanical Engineering: BGDII, Vice PresidenT, 3: HT2. 3. 47 TBII, 3, 4: QIDKQID, 4: IIAE, 3, 4: STudenT LecTure and EnTerTainmenT CommiTTee: RAMBLER, I, 2, 3, Business Manager, 32 Dean's LisT, I, 2, 3, 4. BEN HUGH GRANADE, ForesT Park, Ga.: IndusTrial ManagemenT: Indusfrial Manag:menT Sg- cieT , 3, 4, SecreTar , 4: SocieT Tor The AdvancemenT oT Mana emenT, 3, 4: American MarkeTing AssociaTion, :AK'If, : Deailfs LisT, 4. Y Y Q The spmi' of 22 is s+iII 'Fhere EDWIN S. GRANT, Nashville, Tenn.: Induslrial Management JAMES S. GRAY, Alrlanlra, Ga.: Archileciure. FRANK ANTHONY GREEK, Englewood Cliffs, N. J.: Civil Engineering: GE, President Vice President Treasurer: Bulldog Club. 3, 4: Alpha Phalanx, 2: Caprain, Army R.O.T.C. HARRY DOANE GREGG, Alexandria, La.: Chemical Engineering: HKA, Vice President American InsIi+u're of Chemical Engineers. EDWARD DANIEL GRIFFIN, Moullrrie, Ga.: Indusirial Engineering: T-Club, Varsily Fooiball, 2, 3, 4. LLOYD WAYNE GRIFFIN, Dothan, Ala.: Maihemaiics: ATA. CLAYTON ALLEN GRIFFING, Clarlcsdale, Miss.: Ceramic Engineering: EN, Vice President 3: President 4: American Ceramic So- cieiy, I, 2, 3, 4: Inieriralernily Council 4: Alpha-Y Phalanx, 3, JOSEPH FRANCIS GRISILLO, JR., Norlh Miami Beach, Fla.: Elecrrical Engineering: CDKT: American Insliiule oi EIec+ricaI Engineers. DENNIS ALLISON GRUBE, Belrhlehem, Pa.: Mechanical Engineering: CDKT. CHARLES GARY GUARD, Avondale Esiaies, Ga.: Indusirial Management Induslrial Man- agemenr Socielry, 3, 4: Socielry for Jrhe Advancemenl ol Management 4: American Marlceling Associalion, 4: Dean's List I. CHARLES G. GUFFEY, Cenlral Ciry, Ky.: Chemical Engineering. JOHN MICHAEL GUTERMUTH, St Albans, W. Va.: Chemical Engineering: BRIDE. LAWRENCE BENJAMIN JELLIN HAAS, New'OrIeans, La.: Indusirial Engineering: CIDEII, Vice President 2, President 3: Inieriralernilry Council Represenlalrive, 3:, Bulldog Club, 3: Freshman Traclc. THOMAS ANTHONY HABEEB, JR., Pascagoula, Miss.: Archirecrure: JDKT: Bulldog Club, 3, 4: Glee Club, I: Band, I: Newman Club, American Inslirule of ArchiiecI's: BLUE PRINT, I: Lieurenant Army Ordnance R.O,T.C, CHARLES EUGENE HAHNE, Savannah, Ga.: Indusirial Management XCD, Secreiary, 3: Indusirial Managemeni Socieiy, 4: Marlceiing Club, 4: Foil 84 Mask, 2: Pershing Rifles, I: Bulldog Club, 3, 4. WITHERS ALLEN HAILE, III, Savannah, Ga.: Indusirial Engineering: AHM, 4: American Insriiuie of Induslrial Engineers, 2, 3, 4: American Malerial Handling Sociery, 2, 3, 4: Sailing Club, 4. WIL- LIAM BLAGOVEST HAIRRELL, Aihens, Tenn.: Induslrial Engineering: IIKA, President 4: Circle K, I, 2: AQQ, 3, 4: American Inslriluie of lnduslrial Engineers, 4. MARTIN FREDERICK HALE, Marietla, Ga.: Mechanical Engineering: HT2: Pershing Rifles, l, 2: SocieI'y of American Miliiary Engineers, 3, 4: Scabbard and Blade, 4: American Socielry of Mechani- cal Engineers, 3, Chairman, 4: Capiain, Army R.O.T.C., Dislinguished MiliI'ary Slrudent DAVID REEVES HALEY, Ashburn, Ga.: Maihemalics: EIDE, Treasurer, 3: TBII, 3, 4: Bulldog Club, 2, 3, 4: Dean's List I, 2, 3, 4. GARY FRANKLIN HALL, Gordon, Ga.: Mechanical Engineering: Co-op Club, 3, 4: Toasimasiers Club, 3, 4: American Sociefy of Mechanical Engi- neers, 4. HOWARD HENRY HALL, St Louis, Mo.: Indusrrial Management KA. Rough game. I l I CLASS OF 1963 Edwin S. Grani- 60 Claylon A. Griffing John M Gulermulh David R. Marrin F. Hale Haley .gm . .. ,. , .,,, 5' 29? - 'zfgg-'icjiw 'sw!'.'. 1.1-f 'J ' 'sf' sf? :1-"WA-ff 1' x H: ,, fy-09. X ., -1 ' 1 1 . ,-I K J.,-:C."U , -. 'fr ' ' 1' gil , fly , GUY F- Howard H- The pasi' and 'Fu+ure of Georgia Tech. Hall Hall James S. Franlc A. Harry D. Edward D. Gray Greek, Jr. Gregg Griffin Joseph F. William H. Dennis A. Charles G. Grisillo, Jr. Grolewold Grube Guard '.?'T5f'i'if3?:fW C YNEEV' Wi?-QVISE-f"L B: .:, :A an - . 'N - .XR-.-.q.Q.e.-,,.-.--.-N 15vxr1'1w.iNQ, swf. W F' ' " m:Q'r9-: . . Sxgqu X' .Z3'Z. :xl . s. . ,,f'1x?f 'X552K ,. . 5.5.1. QI., V N gi 2322 5222? ESV?" X X is X Elk a E X Q . 4- ww X If X 6 WQQSJ N M H 5 ce 5' X is , . , .piss J W X Sw X ,V i A Ww,...m. A ., . f Q ,z 1:-1 zg. -. I rg:55m,..,,pe,gf Lloyd W. Griffin Charles G. Gulzfey ' wg.f3.x5Q:s.5-5 :ZMQAS . -1. ., WW 5153.533 'I QQNQ .. ., ., 3-Saga A-A' , ' -'Qs--1. X, .1 N . U 'QW 'iffg?sfsf:5e.:1,15g1if:w:2g'4 I .Mg-., vii. .Y-: ':,m.:,'.:l-2s'1 - J Xg3.55:g,Eq.:.f:::-Q--.f ,gg ara., .2 24 4 if William B. . Lawrence B. J. Thomas A. Charles E. Wilhers A. Haas Habeelo, Jr. Hahne, Jr. Haile, lll 403 Hairrell Richard S. Toxey A. Hall Hall CLASS UF 1963 Kennelh A. Talbol R. Hamillon Hamillon Cherlynn Paris, an inlegral parl' of Tech's halflimes. William K. John E. Hammond Hanby, Jr. RICHARD STEVEN HALL, Allanla, Ga.: Archileclure: American Inslilule of Archilecls, 3, 4. TOXEY ASHMORE HALL, Allanla, Ga.: Eleclrical Engineering: IIKA: Inslilule of Radio Engineers. KENNETH A. HAMILTON, Flush- ing, N. Y.: Induslrial Managemenl: GX: Sociely lor l'he Advancemenl oi Managemenl, 3, 4: American Marlceling Associalion, 3, 4. TALBOT REX HAMILTON, Allanla, Ga.: Archileclure. WILLIAM KENN-ETH HAMMOND, Gainesville, Ga.: Texlile Engineering: AKQJ, 4: American Associalion of Texlile Chemisls and Colorisls. JOHN ESTES HANBY, Tuscaloosa, Ala.: Chemical Engineering: fIJ1'A: TBH: Scabbard and Blade, American Inslilule oi Chemical Engineers, Armed Forces Chemical Associalion, American Sociely of Melalurgisls: Isl Lieulenanl, Army R.O.T.C., Disfinguished Mililary Sludenl: Dean's Lisl. MICHAEL DOUGLAS HANEY, Dallas, Tex.: Mechanical Engineering: '1IJI'A: QDHE, I: TBII, 4: IIT2, 3, 4, Secrelary, 4: QKQD, 4: American Sociely of Mechanical Engineers, 3, 4: Canlerbury Club, 3, 4: 2nd Lieulenanl, Army R.O.T.C. ANAK Medal, I, Dislinguished Mililary Sludenl, 4: Dean's Lisl', I, 2, 3, 4. LEMUEL "L," HARPER, JR., Decalur, Ga.: Archileclure. BRUCE JESSE HARRIS, Allanla, Ga.: lnduslrial Manage- menl: KKKII, 2, 3, 4: Band, I, 2, Air Force R.O.T.C. Band I, 2, Commander, 4: Maior, Air Force R.O.T.C.: Chi- cago Tribune Leadership Award. PAUL ROBERT HARRIS, Allanla, Ga.: Chemical Engineering: AEII, Treasurer, 3, Sleward, I: KIDKCD, 4: TBH, 3, 4: QIJHE., I, 2, 3, 4: American lnslilule oi Chemical Engineers, 2, 3, 4: Armed Forces Chemical Associalion, 3, 4: Isl Lieulenanl, Army R.O.T.C.: Swimming Team, I, 2, 3, 4: Dean's' Lisl, I, 2, 3, 4. DANNY LYNN HARTLEY, Clinlon, Ark.: Aeronaulical Engineering: ATA: IDT-IE, I: EFT, 2, 3, 4, Secrelary, 4: CDKCD, 3, 4: TBII, 4: IIJAE, 4: Bulldog Club, 3, 4: Inlernalional Sludenls Commillee, 4: PubIicaIion's Board, 4: American Roclfel Sociely, Whois Who in American Colleges and Universilies, BLUE PRINT, Adverlising Manager, 3, 'Busi- ness Manager, 4: Traclc, I: Dean's LisI', I, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM LEON HARTLEY, Macon, Ga.: Indusrrial Manage- menl. HENRY MARTIN HARTZOG, Ozarlc, Ala.: lncluslrial Managemenl: EN, Alhlelic Chairman, 2, Treasurer, 2: Baseball, 2, 3, 4: Baskelball, I, 2. WILLIAM W. HARWELL, JR., Bessemer, Ala.: Eleclrical Engineering: Amer- ican Inslilule of Eleclrical Engineers, I, 2, 3, 4: Radio Club, l, 2, 3, 4. JAMES GRAHAM HARWOOD, Albe- marle, N. C.: Induslrial Managemenl: ATQ: Arnold Air Sociely: Who's Who in American Colleges and Universilies: Wing Commander, Air Force R.O.T.C., Colonel, Air Force R.O.T.C.: Freshman Foolball, I: B-Team Foolball, 2, 3, 4? Varsily Baseball, 3. DOUGLAS MICHAEL HATCHER, Macon, Ga.: Eleclrical Engineering. WILLIAM TRAMMELL HATCHER. Summer. Ga.: Incluslrial Ivlanagernenlz ATA. WALTER DAVID HAUGHT, Eas+ Point Ga.: Induslrial Engineering, ATA: Bulldog Club, 2, 3: Baseball, I, 2. 'PHILLIP BAYNE HAVERFIELD, Macon, 'Ga.: Mechanical Engineering: American Roclcel Sociely 2: Inslilule of Aerospace Sciences, 2: Sociely of American Mililary Engi- neers, 2: American Sociely of Mechanical Engineers, 3, 4: American InsI'il'ul'e of lnduslrial Engineers, 4: Dean's Lisl, I. ALEXANDER SIDNEY HAWES, Elberlon, Ga.: Physics: EAE: GDTX: Canlerbury Club, I, 2, 3, 4: ATQ, I: Maior, Air Force R.O.T.C. JAMES STEWART HAWKINS Griffin, Ga.: Psychology: LIJHE, I: Air Force R.O.T.C. Band, I, 2:7 Psi Sociely, 3, 4: Oulslanoling Air Force R.O.T.C. Cadel in Wing, 2, 3: Major, Air Force R.O.T.C., 4: Dean's Lisl', l, 2, 3, 4. WESLEY NAPIER HAWKINS, JR., Macon, Ga.: lnduslrial Engineering. Michael D. Lemuel "L," Haney Harper, Jr. Henry M. William W. ,gg .sg ff,-1 ,I f, ew W, 3 bm, ffiff ,gzjv say , U . A . i ., A 5-Z'-4f521lZW.I'J" -.f xlbfl 5253221.31 Wiigv. ' - 4 fi . .. ' wa l war. V1 I '..m,e.:2 ...ye 1 ff. :Q f 5. S f, A ffffl A ff , , f f M W W, Y W Q vf, ff f' f J , y, Bruce J. Paul R. Harris Harris James G. Douglas lvl. William T. William L. Harlley Waller D Harlzog Harwell, Jr. Harwood Haiclwer Halclwer Haughl' Phillip B. Alexander S. Haverfielcl Hawes James S. Wesley N. Hawkins Hawkins, Jr. All eyes are on Cherlynn. Tennessee maioreHe con+ribu+es -I'o ou'l-s+anding ihalflime performance. X i?NQ'.gW ab Q33 ggwgw X X I .x-2.5, "rw:-.f J -51. '- -. - . z, . ,. , ' ,,,-'wx . Q 1 gg GQQQS S QS .. Qs Q vs X: x 4 Sw ,J'X:.-1 9 M- ' . , VY. :.' A , ,,., A ,g .,, . ,, ,,.,:, James H. John T. Hays Hedden Charles A. Held Henderson Hugh G. l The fabulous RayleHes! Wa'l'chful eye keeps Ray under conlrol. Donald S. Haynes N - 'GSW 'Q -TKYN - il-qxiwww Nas QS-'PN -RSA., '-9 Q . s-Q. .Ig Y f- . X Waller D. HeId'r Kennelh J. Henrich Kurl E. Herrman, Jr Bruce B. J Hiclcox Eugene W. Hiddlesfon, Jr. Kennelh W. Haynes William J. Heillcer Richard L. Herr J .Joe H. .Hia++ James E. Hicks Donald A Higgins Neil H. Highiower L. Frederick Hilbers Herberi' C. Hill, Jr. Herschal K. Hill Jeffrey W. Hodgson Roberl' D. Hoffman The Genius. TT CLASS CF 1963 DONALD STEPHEN HAYNES, Ridgely, Tenn.: Physics, King's Men. KENNETH W. HAYNES, Dublin, Ga.: Elecirical Engineering: Briaerean Socieiy, 3, 4: Isl Lieuienani, Air Force R.Q.T.C.: Dean's -Lisi, 2, 3, 4. JAMES HENRY HAYS, Coral Gables, Fla.: Elecirical Engineering: Insiiiuie of Radio Engineers, 3, 4. JOHN THOMAS HEDDEN, Lenoir, N. C.: Civil Engineering. WALTER DANIEL HEIDT, Savannah, Ga.:.I.ndus- Jrrial Managemenl: Sociely for 'rhe Advancemenf of Managemenl, 3, 4: American Marlceiing Associaiion, 3, 4: AKNII, 4: Sailing Club, 4. WILLIAM JOSEPH HEILKER, Richmond, Va.: Mechanical Engineering: XKP, Vice Presideni, 3, Treasurer, 4: Ameri- can Roclcei Socie+y, 2, 3, 4: Insiiiuie of Aeronauiical Sciences, 2: Bulldog Club, 2, 3, 4. CHARLES ARTHUR HELD, Kissimmee, Fla.: Induslrial Managemeni: HTX, 2, 3, 4: Band, 2, 3: Wesley Foundaiion. HUGH GRAHAM HENDERSON, Wynne, Arlc.: Elecirical Engineering: fIJXT: American Insiiiuie of Elecirical Engineers, 2, 3, 4. KENNETH JOSEPH HENRICH, Dover, N. J.: Chemical Engineering. RICHARD LANGLEY HERR, Amiiyville, N. Y.: Indusirial Design: AXA. KURT ERIC HERRMAN, JR., Albany, Ga.: Archileciure: American Insliiuie oi Archiiecls. JOE HENRY HIATT, Chiclcamauga, Ga.: Mechanical Engineering: EX: American Socieiy of Mechanical Socieiy oi Mechanical Engineers, 4: TECHNIQUE, 2, 3, Sporls Ediior, 3: Dean's LisI', 2. BRUCE BRADLEY HICKOX, Glen Cove, N. Y.: Indusirial Managemeni: TKE, Chaplain, 3: Inieriraierniiy Council Represeniaiive, 3, 4: AK1II, 3, 4: InJrerI7raIerniI'y Council, 3, 4: Sociely for Jrhe Advancemenl of Managemeni, 3, 4: American Marlcei- ing Associaiion, 3, Presideni, 4: Semper Fidelis Socieiy, 3, 4: Inieriraierniiy Council Honor Board, 3. JAMES EDWARD HICKS, Tallapoosa, Ga.: Indusirial Engineering: B011 Treasurer, 3, 4, Presidenl, 4: IIAE, 2, 3, 4, Secreiary-Treasurer, 3, Presideni, 4: American Insiiiule of Indusirial Engineers, 2, 3, 4, Presidenir, 4: SI: PaI'ricIc's Council, 2, 3, Vice Presidenf, 3: Sigma-Y-Phalanx, 3, 4, Vice Presidenl, 4: Publicaiions Board, 3, 4: American Maierials Handling Socieiy, 3, 4: TECHNIQUE, I, 2, 3, 4, Adveriising Manager, 2, Business Manager, 3, 4: Capiain, Army R.O.T.C.: Scabbard 8: Blade Miliiary Honor Socieiy: Freshman Traclc: Who's Who in American Universiiies and Colleges. EUGENE WILLIAM HIDDLESTON, JR., Ailania, Ga.: Indusirial Manage- menI': GX: Bulldog Club, I, 2, 3, Secreiary, 3: Homecoming Commiiiee, 2, 3: Ex- ecuiive Round Table, 2, 3. DONALD AUBREY HIGGINS, Cornelia, Ga.: Indusirial Management Sigma Phalanx, I, 2, Secreiary, 2: Freshman Camp Slafi, 2, 3. NEIL HAMILTON HIGHTOWER, Thomasion, Ga.: Texiiles, EAE: fID'If, 3, 4, Secrelary, 3: Bulldog Club, 3, 4: Capiain, Army R.O.T.C. L. FREDERICK HILBERS, Ailania, Ga.: Elecirical Engineering: HKN, 3, 4: American InsI'i'ru're of Eleclrical Engineers: Insii- Jruie of Radio Engineers: Wesley Foundaiion. HERBERT CHARLES HILL, JR., AIIan'ra, Ga.: Indusirial Engineering: QDFA: American Insiiiufe of Indusirial Engineers: TECH- NIQUE, 2, 3, 4. HERSCHAL K. HILL, Grilziin, Ga.: lndusirial Managemeni: X1If. JEFFREY WILLIAM HODGSON, Lakeland, Fla.: Mechanical Engineering: TKE: CDH2: 1'ITE:,Briaerean Socieiy: fIvKCIJ: TBTI: American Socieiy of Mechanical Engineers, 4: Socieiy of Aulomoiive Engineers, 4: Dean's Lisf, I, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT DOW HOFF- MAN, Coral Gables, Fla.: Mechanical Engineering: IITE, 3, 4: American Sociely of Mechanical Engineers, 3, 4: Dean's LisI', I. CLASS OF 1963 HEINZ A. HOFFMANN, Cardon, Edo. Falcon, Venezuela: lndusirial Engineering: Pan-American Club, I, 2, 3, 4, Secrerary, 3, 4: American Ins+i+u+e of lndusrrial Engi- neers, 3, 4: American Malerial Handling Sociely, 3, 4: Judo Club, 4. DONALD LEE HOLBROOK, AI'lanI'a, Ga.: lnduslrial Management CHARLES LEE HOLLAND, Gainesville, Ga.: Indusrrial Management Socieiy for ihe Advancemeni of Manage- ment 3, 4: American Markering Associarion, 3, 4. FRANK LITTLE HOLLAND, AI'- lanra, Ga.: Indusrrial Engineering: ATQ: Alpha Phalanax, I: Triangle Club, I: T- Boolc, I. ROBERT FRANKLIN HOLMAN, A+lan'ra, Ga.: lndusrrial Management Xflv, Treasurer, 3, 4. WILLIAM RONALD HOLMES, Macon, Ga.: Texliles: AKKIJ, 3, 4, Secretary, 4: American Associaiion of Texrile Chemisrs and Colorisls, 2, 3, 4: Lieu- Ienant Army R.O.T.C. KENNETH EDWARD HOLSOMBECK, LaGrange, Ga.: Tex- 'I'ile Engineering. JOEL HENRY HORNE, Pensacola, Fla.: Induslrial Management Wesley Foundalion. BRUCE LAWRENCE HOTCHKISS, Hollywood, Fla.: Civil Engi- neering. DONALD LEE HOUSE, Covinglon, Ga.: Texlile Engineering: KE, Guard, 2: Srudenl' Council Represenlaiive, 3: Vice Presidenl of Sludenr Body, 4: Koseme, 3, 4: CIJKII, 3, 4: Ramblin' Reels Club, 4: Caprain, Army R.O.T.C.: Chairman, Campus Chest 3: Chairman, Homecoming, 4. TRAVIS LARRY HOUSTON, DalI'on, Ga.: lndusrrial Engineering. EDWARD' CLINTON HOWARD, Augusra, Ga.: Elecirical Engineering: The King's Men, 2, 3, President 4: Amaleur Radio Club, 2: InsJriIuI'e of Radio Engi- neers, 3, 4. JONATHAN OSCAR HUFF, Marierla, Ga.: Texriles: TAKE: AK-CID, 2, 3, 4, 5, Secreiary, 4, President 5: Bulldog Club, 3, 4, 5: Cade-'I' Officer, Army Chemical Corps. TERENCE DOUGLAS HUGHEY, College Parlc, Ga.: Elecirical Engineering: Gym Team, I, 2, 3. ALLEN E. HYRE, A'rlan'ra, Ga.: lndusirial Management KE, Vice President lnduslrial Managemenl' Sociely, 3, 4, Treasurer, 4: Phi Kappa Phi Honor Sociely: AKYII, 3, 4, Secrerary, 3: Sociery for Ihe Aclvancemen+ of Manage- ment Dean's List 2, 3, 4. JESSE HAROLD IVESTER, Toccoa, Ga.: Eleclrical Engi- neering: -1IJKfID, 4. JOHN FRED HOWARD, JR., Memphis, Tenn.: lnduslrial Engineer- ing: ATA, Treasurer, 4: Arnold Air Sociely: Major, Air Force R.O.T.C.: Dean's List I. JAMES MORRIS HOWELL, Hapeville, Ga.: Elecirical Engineering: Advanced R.O.T.C. CHARLES THOMAS HUBER, Maysville, Ky.: Chemislry: AECID: lnlerlira- Ierniry Council, Represenlalive, 2: Dean's List I, 2. GARLAND WAYNE HUDSON, Hopewell, Va.: lnduslrial Management CIDKT: Bulldog Club, I, 2, 3: LieuI'enanJr Colonel, Army R.O.T.C. NORMAN LEE HUDSON, Birmingham, Ala.: Ae-ronaulical Engineering: ABQ: Band, I, 2. DAVID DUANE HUFF, Ailania, Ga.: Induslrial Engi- neering: American lnsIiI'u'I'e of lnduslrial Engineers, 4. Heinz A. Donald L. Mlqg y Holbrook ' "" - , - .sw-:.:2' - we ' - , , - ":o ii Charles L. Franlc L. Holland Holland V SW 5' 1 f W , xx.. Mx Q 2 ,- ' . ' . ,, ..,, x:g1..7, ,,:.:,:,, ' 1 11jq-ig,:- , ..,vg.gLf:3, I Ro berl' F. William R Holman, Jr. Holmes Kennelh E. 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Z " ' 4' ' 'Wi - f J i 1 Gig.. ,.- r V , .,.,,.,,-.1--',p,f,4..v:-2,wr' V, 41.4 fy, 'f . 2, ' " , : , SQ. " ' ,, M1 f'i2"W'f." '. .- I' uf. ' ff'2?f'iefVi4 lfls . ,... 'V ' V ' f , . ' . , f f Halfback Tommy Jackson sefs up Tech Touchdown. 409 Curris A. Edward I. Jackson, III Jallourlc CLASS OF 1963 David R. Edward L. Ja mes James Halflime brings opporI'uni+y 'Io relax afler Iension of game. 'jg"S?jJCi.- 'lil- CURTIS ALBERT JACKSON, III, Hapeville, Ga.: Aeronaulical Engineering: VeIeran's Club: InsIiI'uJre of Aerospace Scien- Iisls. EDWARD ISSA JALLOUK, Jerusalem, Jordan: Induslrial Engineering: Inlernalional Club, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club .2. DAVID RAY JAMES, Eolkslon, Ga.: Eleclrical Engineering: EX: RAMBLER, 2, 3: Ensign, Navy R.O.T.C.: Eoolball, I. ED- WARD LESTER JAMES, Marlinez, Ga.: Chemical Engineering: Co-op Club, 3, 4: Bulldog Club, 3, 4: American Inslilule of Chemical Engineers, 4: Cross Counlry, I, 2. ANDRE C. -JASSE, Winihrop, Mass.: Indusirial Managemenl: Indusrrial Managemenl Sociely, Sociely for The Advancemenl of Managemenl: Newman Club: American Markeling Associalion. EDWIN BRIGGS JELKS, Decalur, Ga.: Induslrial Managemenl: ATQ: Bulldog Club, 2, 3, 4: Ramblin' Reclc Club, 2, 3, 4: Alpha Phalanx, 2: Sociery of Mogundies, 4: Sociely for The Advancemenr of Managemenl: TECHNIQUE, 3, 4, Sporls EdiI'or, 4: Baseball, I. JAMES LONGSTREET SIBLEY JENNINGS, JR., Milledgeville, Ga.: Archileclure: American Insfilule of Archilecls, 2, 3, 4: Newman Club, 3, 4, Corresponding Secrerary, 3, Hislorian, 4: Caprain, Army R.O.T.C. JOSEPH WY- MAN JENNY, Columbia, S. C.: Chemical Engineering: IIKA: Dean's Lisl, I. WILLIAM JEW, A+Ian+a, Ga.: Archileclurei Georgia Tech Chinese Club, I, 2, 3, 4: American Insliruie of Archilecls, 3, 4. DAVID PHILIP JOHNSON, Allanla, Ga.I Induslrial Engineering: fIJAC+D: AHM: American Inslilule of Induslrial Engineers. FREDERICH WILLIAM JOHNSON, JR., Jackson, Miss.: Induslrial Managemenl: EX: AKXI1, 3, 4, Vice President 3: Ramblin' Reclc Club, 2, 3, 4: Alpha-Y Phalanx, I, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer, 3: Sociely for The Advancemenr of Mana gemenr, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer, 3: Sociery of American Mililary Engineers, I, 2: SI. Parriclcs Council, 2: Freshman Camp Slralzi, 2, 3, 4: Army Associalion Award, Inlanlry, 3: Lieurenanl Colonel, Army R.O.T.C.: Scabbard 84 Blade, 3, 4. JAMES MALONE JOHNSON, Challanooga, Tenn.: Mechanical Engi- neering: XIII. BARRY WOODS JOHNSTON, Hunlsville, Ala.: Archileclure, ATA: Canlerbury, Presidenl: World Sludenl Fund Commillee. BENJAMIN PIERCE JOHNSTON, JR., Gadsden, Ala.: Mechanical Engineering: EQIDE, Recording Secre- Iary, 3: Alpha Phalanx, I. CHARLES MADISON JOINER, Decalur, Ga.: Physics. ALAN CHAPMAN JONES, Brisrol, Tenn.: Elecrrical Engineering: Band, I, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club, 2, 3, 4. DAVID SHIELDS JONES, III, Chamblee, Ga.: Induslrial Managemenl. 'JERRY LANIER JONES, Allanla, Ga.: Indusirial Managemenr: Pershing Rifles, I, 2: Scabbard 81 Blade, 41 Lieulenanl, Army R.O.T.C. MALONE DUDLEY JONES, Allanla, Ga.: Induslrial Engineering: KE. SAMUEL OTTERSON JONES, III Lindale, Ga.: Induslrial Managemenl. EDWARD BENNETT JOY, Alhens, Ga.: ATA, Treasurer, 2: IIAE, Publi- carions Board Represenlarive, 3, 4: HKN, 4: World Sludeni Fund: Commiiree, Newman Club: Alpha-Y Phalanx, I, Sec- rerary, 2: Freshman Camp Counselor, 2, 3, 4: YMCA Cabinel, Member-al-Large, 3: Represenlalive Io. Ihe Associaled Collegiale Press Convenlion: PresidenJr's Advisory Cabinel, 4: Presidemus Club, 4: BLUE PRINT, I, Eralernilies Ediror, 2. Associare Ediror, 3, Ediror, 4: Ensign, Navy R.O.T.C. JOHN RICHARD JUDGE, Mobile, Ala.: Mechanical Engineering! ABCD: fIJKfIv, 4: IITE, 3, 4: GIJHE, I, 2, 3, 4: T-Book, I, 2, 3, 4: American Sociely of Mechanical Engineers, 3, 4: Caplain. Army R.O.T.C.: Dean's I.isI', I, 2, 3, 4. we . ' 1. 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Johnslon Johnsion, Jr. Toillhdown Tennessee . . . Da+es and frafernify foo'I'ball 4-'l'I Fred O. J Jolnn S. i Kaclmellwoler. Jr. Kaperniclc, Jr. Richard G. David C. Karr Kalz Robefl J- JOSepl1E- Li'Hle bro+l1er Tyree reaches for pass from Bob. Complefe +o Ploeger 'For fiffeen. Kay Kayes Marvin E. Eduardo Kee Kellerman V -.1 , , 1: Q 'Xb . .X X z: 5 -. ssggg -K K ., sd.: .Q l Is. .aiu B P' k I' I-, I1 Th ma F Boris l'l arry IC e'H' s ups + roug Befa defense. o s . . Kelley, Jr. Kelly Edward L. James S. Kelly Kemp I I l I I il I I I I I l l l I I I I I I I I 1 i I l I I I CLASS OF 1963 FRED O. KACHELHOFER, JR., Bessemer, Ala.: Eleclrical Engineering. JOHN STUART KAPERNICK, JR., Decaiur, Ill.: Indusirial Engineering: HKCIJ, Hisiorian, 4: Associalion for Compuring Machinery, 4: Dean's List I. RICHARD GOODLOE KARR, Challanooga, Tenn.: Mechanical Engineering: HKIIJ: Scabbard 84 Blade, 3, 4: Sociely of American Mililary Engineers, 2, 3, 4: Maior, Army R.O.T.C., 4. DAVID COREY KATZ, Gunlersville, Ala.: Induslrial Engineering: HTX: Newman Club, I, 2, 3, President 4. ROBERT JOHN KAY, Buffalo, N. Y.: Eleclrical Engineering: Newman Club, I, 2, 3, 4: American Insliiule oi Eleclrical Engineers, 4. JOSEPH EDWARD KAYES, Olean, N. Y.: Mechanical Engineering: IIKCIJ, Warden, 2, President 4: Siu- denl' Council, 4: IIDHE, Briaerean Socieiy: HTE: 'TBII: Scabbard and Blade: Bulldog Club, 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secreiary, 3: Inieriralernily Council Honor Board, 4, Secrelary, 4, Chairman, 4: Sociely oi American Mililary Engineers: American Sociely of Mechanical Engineers: Co-op Club, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4: Oulslanding Junior, Corps of Engineers: Caplain, Army R.O.T.C.: Dean's List I, 2, 3, 4. MARVIN EARL KEE, Moneile, Arlc.: Induslrial Engineering. EDUARDO KELLERMAN, San Jose, Cosla Rica: Eleclrical Engineering: Insiiiule of Radio Engineers, 3, 4: Associaiion for Com- Qpuling Machinery, 3, 4: Sludenl Zionisi Organizaiion, 3, 4: Dean's List I, 2, 3. THOMAS F. KELLEY, JR., Wesi Hampsiead, N. Y.: Indusirial Engineering: QEK, Sec- relary, 2, 3: Sociely for Ihe Advancemeni of Management 4: Glee Club, I: Ameri- can Insliiule of lndusirial Engineers, 4: TECHNIQUE, I. BORIS H. KELLY, Clearwaier, S. C.: Induslrial Engineering: American Inslilule of Induslrial Engineers: American Malerial Handling Sociely, 4. EDWARD LAWRENCE KELLY, Newnan, Ga.: Indus- Irial 'Engineering: Kappa Alpha Order, Treasurer, 4: Bulldog Club, 2, 3: Rarnblin' Reclc Club, 4: Inierlralernily Council Honor Board, 3: Newman Club, I, 2: Triangle Club, I: Circle K. Club, I: American Sociely oi lndusirial Engineers, 4. JAMES SCOTT KEMP, Crown Point Ind.: Induslrial Management GDX, Assislanl' Treasurer, 3: Sociely for Ihe Advancemenl of Management 3, 4: Toasimasiers Club, 3, 4, Secreiary, 3. TED KEMP, Allanla, Ga.: Indusirial Management WEYMAN RICHARD KIERBOW, Bremen, Ga.: Induslrial Engineering: ATA: Arnold Air Sociely, 2, 3, President 4: Scabbard and Blade, 3: Alpha-Y Phalanx, I: Bulldog Club, 2, 3, 4-: TECHNIQUE, Inlramurals Edilor, 3, Associale Sporis Edilor, 3, Associaie News Edilor, 3: Lieulenanl' Colonel, Air Force R.O.T.C.: Traclc, I. CHARLES ROBERT KILGORE, Albany, Ga.: IndusI'riaI Management ATQ: Sociely for Ihe Advancemenl' of Man- agement American Marlceiing Associalion: Execuiive Roundiable: Triangle Club: Toaslmaslers: Lieulenant Army R.O.T.C. GEORGE OLIVER KING, III, Allanla, Ga.: Mechanical Engineering: -fIJKCD, 4: QH2, HT2: TBII: Dean's List I, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM EUDON KIRKLAND, Columbus, Ga.: Texlile Engineering: -CIJHII, 3, 4, Treasurer, 3, Vice President 4: Lieuienanl Colonel, Air Force R.O.T.C. WILLIAM LASSITER KIRKSEY, Albany, Ga.: Induslrial Engineering: KE, Secreiary, 3, 4: AHM, 3, 4: Bull- dog Clulo, 3, 4: American Insiiiuie Induslrial Engineers, 4: Dean's List I, 2. BERNARD A. KNIGHT, Brunswick, Ga.: Mechanical Engineering. DAVID RALEIGH KNOWLES, Toccoa, Ga.: Civil Engineering: HKA, Vice President 4: American Socieiy of Civil Engineers. KENNETH HUBERT KOEHLER, Brandon, Fla.: Malhernalics: Dean's List 413 Ted Kemp Kidd, II fm 32757 fff A ji3 J Weyman R Charles R Kierbow Kilgore King, Ill Kirlcland William L. Bernard A. Kirlcsey " ' " David R. Kenneih H Knowles Koehler E. John W. I William A. I Koger Kownaclci Mallie Price leads PiKA rout Wendell W. Gus+avO W- Kramer Kfeil' ,.. . . , I' 3'i1' .ia ii k':Q I I r " Lawrence O. Larry M. William K. James B. Lacy Laikowiiz Lalcenan, Jr. Lance JOHN WAYNE KOGER, Florence, Ala.: Chemical Engineering: QE, Junior Inieriraierniiy Council Represeniaiive, 3, Theia Xi President 4: American Chemical Socieiy, Treasurer, 4: American Insiiiure of Chemical Engineers. WILLIAM ALEXANDER KOWNACKI, Orlando, Fla.: Physics: CDH2: CDKfIJ: TBH, Vice President 4: Newman Club, I, 2, 3, 4, Re- cording Secreiary, 3, Treasurer, 4: The American Legion Medal: Air Force R.O.T.C.: De-an's List I, 2, 3, 4. WENDELL WALTER KRAMER, Milwaukee, Wis.: Indusirial Management GUSTAVO WALTER KREFT, Caracas, Venezuela: Indus- Irial Engineering: Pan-American Club, I, 2, 3, 4: Secreiary oi Public Relarions, 3, 4: American Insiiiuie of Indusirial Engineers, 4: American Maierial Handling Socieiy, 4. LAWRENCE OLIVER LACY, Savannah, Ga.: IndusI'riaI Engineer- ing: Barbell Club, 2. LARRY MORRIS LAFKOWITZ, Ailania, Ga.: Indusirial Management George Tech T-Club: 2nd LieuI'enant Army R.O.T.C.: Fooiball, I, 2, 3, 4: Baseball. I. WILLIAM KINNISON LAKENAN, Perryville, Mo.: Indusirial Engineering: BGDH, UAE: Sociely for Ihe Advancemenl' of Management 4: American Insiiiure oi Indusrrial Engineers, 4: Engineer, Salesman, I, Adverrising Manager, 3: Dean's List I. JAMES BENNY LANCE, Bremen, Ga.: Civil Engineer- ing: Bapiisl' Siudenr Union, I, 2, 3, 4: American SocieI'y of Civil Engineers. JAMES HILBERT LANDGREBE, Easl' Point Ga.: Applied Psychology: CIDKKID, 4: Scabbard 84 Blade, 3, 4: Varsiiy Glee Club, I, 2, Secreiary, 3, President 4: Psi Socieiy, 3, 4: Insliluie oi Aeronauiical Sciences, 2: TECH TILLER, I, 2, 3, 4: Lieuienant Naval R.O.T.C.: Oursianding N.R.O.T.C. Sophomore lR.O.A.I, 2: Dean's List I, 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH HILLIARD LANE, Bainbridge, Ga.: Indusrrial Engineering: Amer- ican Insiiruie of Indusirial Engineers, 4: Goli Team, I, 2, 3, 4. KENNETH DOUGLAS LANE, Ailanra, Ga.: Physics: CIJEIII: Pershing Riiles, I, 2: Georgia Tech ENGINEER, Siaiii Wriler, 3. PHILIP LEE LANE, Carrollion, Ga.:Tex+iIe Engineer- ing. WILLIAM EDWIN LANHAM, JR., Decaiur, Ga.: Mechanical Engineering: GX, Pledge Marshall, Treasurer, Reclc Chairman. RICHARD GEORGE LASCEK, Ailanra, Ga.: Elecrrical Engineering: VeIeran's Club, I, 2, Secreiary, 3, 4: Dean's List I, 2. ROBERT LARRY LAURENS, Macon, Ga.: Chemical Engineering: ATQ: American Insriiuie of Chemical Engineers, 3, 4. JOHN ANSON LAW, Albany, Ga.: Indusrrial Engineering: American Ins+i+uIe of Indusirial Eingineer- ing, 3, 4: Camera Club, 2, Darlcroom Chairman, 3, President 4. JOHN CLIFTON LAWRENCE, Sussex, N. J.: Elecirical Engineering. JOHN WESLEY LAWSON, Avondale Esiaies, Ga.: Indusrrial Management XIII: T-Club, 3, 4, Sociery for Ihe Advancemeni oi Management 3, American Marlceiing Associarion: Foorball Manager, I, 2, 3. CHARLES BENNY LEAVELL, Liihia Springs, Ga.: Indusirial Engineering: American InsI'i+uIe oi Indusrrial Engineers. ROBERT HUGH LED- BETTER, Oxford, Ala.: Mechanical Engineering. CHARLES CLIFFORD LEE, Arlanra, Ga.: Indusirial Management Socieiy for Ihe Advancemeni oi Management American Marlceiing Associarion: Disciple Srudeni Fellowship: Glee Club. MIL- TON MITCHELL LEGGETT, III, Baxley, Ga.: Indusirial Management Socieiy for The Aclvancemeni oi Management 3, 41 Wesley Foundaiion, I, 2, 3, 4: American Marlceling Associaiion, 4: Triangle Club, 4: Psi Socieiy, 4. James H. Anolher 'louchdown on +he way lo school scoring record. CLASS DF 1963 Joseph l'l. Lane Kennelh D. Philip L. William E, Lane Lane Lanham, Jr, John C. Jo n Lee Allen barely escapes SAE defenders. eavell 1 . - -:- -seem - SN? Richard G. Roberl L. John A. Lascelc Laurens Law Q W wx ' A68 QM. NY xX Q QM 2 X XX Roberl l-l Ledbellrer Jr Charles C. lvlilfon M. Lee, Jr. Legqell, lll 415 Robe-ri' C. Dillard R. Lemeri, Jr. Lesrer Robefl T- Grover C- Governor Carl Sanders, December Speaker . . . Levererl' Lewis viewed by TV cameras . . . . . and Presideni' Harrison. Lewis Donnie E. Lindsey ,E:'5.Q,:il.s-fy.. Qji . 4: 'S 1. P3 'I Benn :R X- -spf iiis ., ,.,. A .sxo.ss,, . .. Q ..m,..,g,:X X .KN XX 3- Q Cx - -wssgm f fn.-A ',:..S3 Thomas E. Lillie, Jr. Benjamin W Lindsey Linn Blair C. Lobrano CLASS 0F 1963 ROBERT CAMM LEMERT, JR., Birmingham, Ala.: Induslrial Engineering: QJAQ: TBH, 3, 4: Briaerean Sociely, 2, 3, 4: AIIM, 4: American Inslilule of Induslrial Engineers, 3, 4: Lieulenanl Colonel, Air Force R.O.T.C.: American Inslilule of Incluslrial Engi- neers Award: Dean's Lisl, 2, 3, 4. DILLARD RAWSON LESTER, Macon, Ga.: lndus- Irial Managemenl: 2nd Lieulenanlr, Army R.O.T.C. ROBERT TERRY LEVERETF, Blue Ridge, Ga.: lnduslrial Managemenl: Barbell Club, Presidenl, 3, 4: YMCA CabineI', 3, 4. GROVER CHARLES LEWIS, Mayfield, Ga.: Civil Engineering: XE, 3, 4, Treas- urer, 4: American Sociely of Civil Engineers: Dean's Lisl, 3, 4. THOMAS EDWARD LEWIS, ,Moul'rrie, Ga.: Induslrial Managemenl: KE, Guard, I: lnduslrial Manage- menl Socielry, 3, 4: AK1If, 3, 4: Sociely for Ihe Advancemenl of Managernenl. BEN- JAMIN WILEY LINDSEY, Nashville, Ga.: Civil Engineering: American Socielry of Civil Engineers, 2, 3, 4. DONNIE EDWIN LINDSEY, Douglas, Ga.: Mechanical Engi- neering: Co-op Club: American Sociely of Mechanical Engineers: Army, R.O.T.C. PETER JOHN LINN, Flushing, N. Y.: lnduslrial Managemenl: Drama Tech, I, 2, 3, Presidenl, 4. THOMAS EDWARD LITTLE, JR., Miami, Fla.: Engineering Mechanics: IIDFA, Treasurer, 4: Bulldog Club, 2, 3, 4: Lieulenanl, Army R.O.T.C., 4: Traclc, I. BLAIR CRAIG LoBRANO, Wesr Monroe, La.: Mechanical Engineering: KE: American Sociely of Mechanical Engineers. JAMES EDGAR LONG, Canfon, Ga.: Physics: ATA, Vice Presidenl. WALTER DANIEL LORD, Allanla, Ga.: Induslrial Managemenl. PAUL LOSLEBEN, EI: Myers, Fla.: Eleclrical Engineering: Co-op Club, 2, 3, 4, Vice Presidenl, 3, President 4: Inslilure of Radio Engineers, 3, 4: BLUE PRINT, 2: Arnold Air Sociely, 2: Dean's Lisl, 2. THOMAS KENNETH LOVVORN, Bowdon, Ga.: Building Consrruclion. JAMES CECIL LOWRY, I-Iogansville, Ga.: Mechanical Engineering: American Sociely of Mechanical Engineers, 3, 4. JAMES EDWARD LOYD, Bridge- porl, Ala.: Civil Engineering: American Socielry of Civil Engineers, 2, 3, 4: Baplisl Sludenl' Union, I, 2, 3, 4: Alhlelic Chairman, 3: Bulldog Club, 2, 3, 4. BOBBY GENE LUDNY, Allanla, Ga.: Eleclrical Engineering. JOHN JOSEPH LYDEN, Urbana, Ohio: Civil Engineering: fIJKE,: American Sociely of Civil Engineers, 2, 3, 4: Newman Club, 4. JACK DANIEL LYNCH, Macon, Ga.: Civil Engineering: American Sociely of Civil Engineers, Barbell Club: Freshman Baslcelball Team. ROBERT CHARTERS LYON, Livingslon, Ala.: ElecI'rical Engineering: GJKE: Bulldog Club, 2, 3, 4: lns'riI'uIe of Radio Engineers, 4: VeIeran's Club, 2. GEORGE JOHN LYONS, Brunswick, Ga.: Civil Engineering: American Sociely of Civil Engineers.iHENRY CARROLL MACKIN, Birmingham, Ala.: Mechanical Engineering: EXIDE, Assislanl Complroller, lnlerfra- I'erniIy Council Represen+aIive, Complroller: Newman Club: lnlerlralernily Council Honor Board, Spring-Fall, I962. 417 E " i . ' 'say " ' George J. Lyons Maclcin Henry C. Long ' ff ' ff - xr zisriaxig Paul Losleben James C. I Bobbyle. Jack D. Lynch Waller D. Lord Thomas K. Lovvo rn 3 ...,. L I , ,.., . . . H.: . -' essex ,. ,if- Y . laser: h.,.:'1zg "fi ' 1 ' ' gf' James E. Loyd, III Lyden Roberl' C. Lyon The library, a place lo sludy and sleep Q X xxx XXX N N X . N QQ fa S New x Y K QR X , A QR A s ss X s N X in 3 " ,Ja . is an A s ,.:::3.f2 :Xf.22'5:Rg. -my Carolynrose V. I I ll Charles E. Maolanick y Raymond D. Maddox James C. Maiure Malone ' "e' ' W ' . ..oQ'l .'.. C .,.' . -avv William l-l. Thomas C. Marsh Marshall Donald E. Manning James J. Marlin Sandra M. Lynn C. Maddox Maguire, Jr John B. Ronald J. Marlin Rudolph P. Marlin Thomas T. Marlin CLASS OF 1963 CAROLYNROSE VERONICA MacKOWN, Ff. Walfon Beach, Fla.: Indusfrial De- sign: Varsify Cheerleader, I, 2, 3, 4: Newman Club, I, 3, 4, I-Iisforian, 2: Sociefy of Women Engineers, I, 2, 3, 4: Women's Sfudenf Associafion, I, 2, 3, Treasurer, 4: IWII, I, 2, 4, Secrefary-Treasurer, 3: YMCA Cabinef, 3. SANDRA MOSEY MacLEOD, Doraville, Ga.: Mafhemafics: CIJKQJ, 4: Women's Badge of Tau Befa Pi, 4: Women's Sfudenf Associafion, I, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Presidenf, 2: FW, I, 2, 3, 4: Drama Tech, I, 2: Dean's Lisf, I, 2, 3, 4. CHARLES EDWARD MADANICK, Birmingham, Ala.: Mafhe- mafics: AEII, Recording Secrefary, 2, Vice Presidenf, 3: JJHE, I, 2, 3, 4: CIJKCIJ, 3, 4: TB1'I, 3, Recording Secrefary, 4: ANAK Freshman Medal, Air Force R.O.T.C.: Borden Freshman Prize, I: Dean's Lisf, I, 2, 3, 4. LYNN CARSON MADDOX, Shreveporf, La.: Elecfrical Engineering: BGJH, Sergeanf-af-Arms, 3, Table Manager, 4: HKN, 3, 4: cabbard and Blade, 3, 4, Treasurer, 4: Circle K Club, I, 2, 3, 4, Secrefary, 3, Vice Presidenf, 4: ENGINEER, I, 4, Associafe Edifor, 4, Managing Edifor, 4: Capfain, Army R.O.T.C., Disfinguished Milifary Sfudenf: Dean's Lisf, I, 2, 3. RAYMOND DAVID MADDOX, Augusfa, Ga.: Physics: X42 MAURICE JOSEPH MAGUIRE, Aflanfa, Ga.: lndusfrial Managemenf: John Henry Newman Honor Sociefy, 4: Scabbard and Blade, 4: Arnold Air Sociefy, 3, 4: Bulldog Club, 3, 4: Newman Club, I, 2, 3, 4, Secrefary, 2, Treasurer, 3, Chairman Soufheasfern Province-Nafional Newman Club Federafion, 4, Nafional Execufive Commiffee, Nafional Newman Club Federafion, 4: Sociefy for fhe Advancemenf of Managemenf, 3, 4: Maior, Air Force R.O.T.C. JAMES COYT MAJURE, Oneonfa, Ala.: Elecfrical Engineering: BQDH, I, 2, 3, 4, Pledge Masfer, 3, Vice Presidenf, 4: Sergeanf-af-Arms, 2: CIDKCIJ, 4: TBH, 3, 4: I-IKN, 3, 4: Scabbard and Blade, 3, 4: Circle K, I, 2, 3, 4, Presidenf, 3: Disfricl' Lieufenanf Governor, 4: Dean's Lisf, I, 2, 3, 4. THOMAS JOSEPH MALONE, Hiffiesburg, Miss.: Chemical Engineering: 'fID2K, Presidenf, 3, Vice Presidenf, 4: TBH, 3, 4: Dean's Lisf, 2, 3, 4. DONALD EUGENE MANNING, Brunswick, Ga.: Indusfrial Engineering: CIJAGJ, Sfew- ard, 4: Wesley Foundafion: American lnsfifufe of lndusfrial Engineers: American Maferials Handling Sociefy. JOHN BAYNE MARBURY, Washingfon, D. C.: Elecfrical Engineering: IDFA, Hisforian, 3: Canferbury Club, I, 2. WILLIAM HENRY MARSH, Augusfa, Ga.: Indusfrial Engineering: AY, Corresponding Secrefary, 2: Georgia Tech Band, I: American Roclcef Sociefy, I. THOMAS CALLAWAY MARSHALL, Aflanfa, Ga.: Ceramic Engineering: American Ceramics Sociefy, 3, 4. JAMES JERRY MARTIN, Dublin, Ga.: Indusfrial Managemenf: Sociefy for fhe Advancemenf of Managemenf, 4: American Marlcefing Associafion. RONALD JERRY MARTIN, Aflanfa, Ga.: lndus- frial Managemenf: IIJAGD: Bulldog Club, 3: Air Force R.O.T.C., Capfain, 3, 4: Baseball, I, 2, 3, 4. RUDOLPH PETER MARTIN, Boyerfown, Pa.: Texfile Engineering: TKE, I, 2, 3, 4, Pledge Trainer, 4: Circle-K Club, I, 2: Triangle Club, I, 2: Bulldog Club, 3, 4: Toasfmasfers, 3, Sergeanf-af-Arms, 4. THOMAS TIMOTHY MARTIN, Aflanfa, Ga.: Scabbard and Blade, 3, Secrefary, 4: TBII: Drill Team, Navy R.O.T.C., I, 2, 3: Lieufenanf, Navy R.O.T.C., Navigafion Cup: Dean's Lisf, I, 2, 3. WILLIAM DAVID MARTIN, Alphareffa, Ga.: Civil Engineering: American Sociefy of Civil Engineers, 3, 4. WILLIAM TYLER MARTIN, Albany, Ga.: lndusfrial Engineering: KA. FRANK MARTIN-VEGUE, JR., :Coral Gables, Fla.: lndusfrial Engineering: Circle-K Club, I, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer, 2, 3: Triangle Club, I: Air Force Drill Team, I, 2: Rifle Team, 3: Wesley Foundafion, I, 2: lnsfifufe of Aeronaufical Sciences, I: American lnsfifufe of lndusfrial Engineers, 2, 3, 4: TECHNIQUE, I. ORIN EDWARD MARVEL, Ff. Lauderdale, Fla.: Elecfrical Engineering: TBH, 4: HKN: American lnsfifufe of Elecfrical Engineers, 2, 3, 4, Presidenf, 4: lnsfifufe of Radio Engineers, 2, 3, 4: Wesfminsfer Fellowship, I, 2, 3, 4: Toasfmasfer's 2, 3, 4: W4AOl., I, 2, 3, 4: Scabbard and Blade, 3, 4: Dean's Lisf, 4. NORMAN EDWIN MARWITZ, Charloffe, N. C.: lndusfrial Engineering: Sociefy of American Milifary Engineers, I, 2, 3, 4, Vice Presidenf, 4: American lnsfifufe of Elecfrical Engineers, 2. LARRY E. MASHBURN, Aflanfa, Ga.: lndusfrial Manage- menf: Alpha Kappa Psi Professional Business Frafernify, 2, 3, 4: Indusfrial Manage- rnenl' Sociefy, 3, 4: Sociefy for fhe Advancemenf of Managemenf, 2, 3, 4, Presidenf. 4: Marlcefing Club, 3, 4, Treasurer, 3: Pi Sigma Epsilon Professional Marlcefing Sales Managemenf and Selling Frafernify, 4, Presidenf, 4. and concen'Ira'I'e William T. Marlin Marfin Frank Orin E. Marfin-Vegue, Jr. Marvel Norman E. Larry E. Marwilz-, Jr. Mashburn 419 Mason Massey Maslerson, Jr. CLASS OF 196 CHARLES ARTHUR MASON, Pilman, N. J.: Aeronaulical Engineering: CSX, AssisIan+ Treasurer, 3, Treasurer, 3, 4: Inslilule ol Aerospace Sciences, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer, 4: Dean's List I, 2. MICHAEL LEONARD MASSEY, Rome, Ga.: Civil Engineering: XE: American Sociely ol Civil Engineers. TIPTON MASTERSON, JR., Soulh Bend, Ind.: ArchiI'eC- lure: QFA Srudenl Chapler American Inslilure of Archilecrs, 3, 4: Armed Forces Chemical Associafion, 3, 4: TECH- NIQUE, I: Lieurenant Army R.O.T.C. GERALD WARE MAY, Augusla, Ga.: Mechanical Engineering: TBH, 3, 4: HT2, 3, 4: American Sociery of Mechanical Engineers, 3, 4: Dean's List 2, 3, 4. DONALD DAVID MAYNARD, Jonesboro, Ga.: Mechanical Engineering: Co-op Club, 3, 4: American Sociely of Mechanical Engineers. DONALD HOWARD MCCAMY, Lindale, Ga.: Induslrial Management KA, I, 2, 4, Treasurer, 3: Induslrial Managemenl' Sociely, 3, Vice President 4: AKKII, Treasurer, 3, President 4: GDEE, The Marlceling Club, Judo Club, Treasurer, 3: Dean's List 2, 3. WILLIAM M. McCASLIN, Memphis, Tenn.: Eleclrrical Engineering: ATA, Inlerlralernily Council, I, 2, 3, Delegale, NIC Conference, 3: Sludenl' Council Represenlalive, 4: Academic Commillee Chairman, 4: CDH2, I, Treasurer, I: HAE, 2, 3: Who's Who in American Colleges and Universiries, 4: Koseme Sociely, 3, 4, Secrelary, 3: Sludenl Lec- Iure 81 Enlerlainmenlr Commillee, I, 2, 3, 4: Quarler Chairman, 3, Secrelary-Treasurer, 4: TECHNIQUE, I, 2, 3, News Edilor, 3, Publicalions Board, 3, 4, Secrelary, 4: Sludenr Advisory Commilree Io Ihe President 4: Presidents Club, 4: Alpha-Y Phalanx, I, 2: Freshman Camp Counselor, 2, 3, 4. JAMES AUBREY MCCLURE, Commerce, Ga.: Eleclrical Engineering: QJH2, I: HKN, 3, 4: Dean's List I, 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH NORMAN MCDONALD, Hazlehurst Ga.: Induslrial Management THOMAS ERNEST MCDONALD, Macon, Ga.: Induslrial Management Sociely for Ihe Advancemenl of Management American Marlceling Associalion. WILLIAM DONALD MCDONALD, A+Ian+a, Ga.: Induslrial Man- agement 'fIDE.K: U. S. Marine Corps Reserve. GLENN BRADFORD MCFERRIN, Columbus, Ga.: Eleclrical Engineer- ing: Co-op Club, 2, 3, 4. WILSON HARMON McGOWAN, Milledgeville, Ga.: Texlile Engineering. WILLIAM JOSEPH McGRADY, Alpharella, Ga.: Eleclrical Engineering: TBII, 3, 4: Briaerean Sociely, 2, 3, 4: Ins+iI'uI'e of Radio Engineers, 2, 3, 4: Dean's List I, 2, 3. ROBERT COLLIER MCGRIFF, Allanra, Ga.: Archileclure: Archileclure So- ciely. WILLIAM MORGAN MCINTOSH, Decalur, Ga.: Induslrial Management AEIIJ: Sergeanl-al-Arms, 3. THOMAS HUDSON MCKINNEY, New'Smyrna, Fla.: Eleclrical Engineering: AXA, Pledge Trainer, 3: IIDHE: American Ins+iI'u're of Eleclrical Engineers: Bulldog Club, 4: TECHNIQUE, I, 2, 3: Lieulenant Army R.O.T.C.: Dean's List I, 2, 3, 4. JOHN FRANKLIN McJUNE, Miami, Fla.: Civil Engineering: BGH: American Socie+y of Civil Engineers: Circle-K. JOHN MARCUS MCLEAN, Beaumont Tex.: Induslrial Engineering: KA: American Ins+iIuIe of Induslrial Engineers, 3, 4: BLUE PRINT, I: Caplain, Army R.O.T.C.: Gym Team, I. PATRICK MICHAEL MCNAMES, Vidalia, Ga.: Civil En- gineering: T-Club, 2, 3, Vice President 4: Sociely ol American Mililary Engineers, 3, 4: Major, Army R.O.T.C.: Fool- ball, I, 2, 3, 4. RUBY EUGENE MCNEILL, Orangeburg, S. C.: Civil Engineering: Co-op Club, 3, 4: American Sociely of Civil Engineers. JAMES CARL MCRAE, JR., Graceville, Fla.: IndusI'riaI Engineering: fIDAQD: AUM, Secrelary, 4: American InsJriIu+e ol Induslrial Engineers: American Malerials Handling Sociely. . Michael L. TipI'on Gerrgld W. Donald D. Donald H. nn, L1-....-,,I ll fx ...andsIeep... r I I I I I I B I If I I I I I II I :II I I II ,I I I I I I I -1-, V..A: X. AA..,'1 A -' X -Q. I my XX Nx wYXx X X, X QQ? K X X L iv ? XXX O gba X 'X V X X X 'K C N X Xfgg ,. X X X X XX - y ,L , .: . .5 X1 Q1 .nf-' :ef . X -55 5 FX XS ,K J' QR A362 XY as XX X ,X xxx! 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Miller Mills Mims, Jr. MICHAEL HILLYER MCRAE, Annisron, Ala., Elecrrical Engineering, Newman Club, 3, 4: American Insiiiure of Elecrrical Engineers, 41 Dean's Lis'I, I. STUART ARNOLD MEAD, Fori' Pierce, Pla.: Indusirial Management Wesley Foundaiion, 3, 4: Socieiy for Jrhe Advancememi oi Management 3, 43 Armed Forces Chemical Associarion, 3, 4: 2nd Lieuienanr, Army R.O.T.C. PETER MARTIN MEARS, Kis- simmee, Pla.: Indusirial Management Socieiy for Ihe Advancemeni of Manage- menr, 2, 3, 41 American Marlcering Associaiion, 3, 4. STEPHEN CHARLES MER- CER, Warner Robins, Ga.: Aeronaulrical Engineering, Briaerean Socieiy, 2, 3, 4, Tech Camera Club, I, 2, 3, 43 Insiiruie ol: Aerospace Sciences, Dean's Lislr, I, 2, 3. Michael H. S+uar'r A. McRae ' " ' ' 'Q 332. sv I . . W 5 1 asf if P553 is ww X s.-sq.-:-flkiw-s if iff?-1 V '5 :'!Q'.:..,'-:Eb 524-: ' ., 3 , . :.,.:5.,-.. Q. PeI'er M. C Mears James D. Larry J. Middlebroolcs, Jr. Milam Joseph A. Roberr M Miller Miller James F. An.ne S. ' " ' Minlcin if Francis M. Lewis I'I- Mirchell, III Mi+cheII Thomas H. Milchell, Jr. EDWARD EUGENE MEYER, Charleslon, S. C.: Mechanical Engineering: JJEK, Secrelary, 4: IIT2: Canlerbury, I, 2, 3, 4: Sociely oi American Mililary Engineers, 3, 4: American Sociely Mechanical Engineers, 2, 4: Isl Lieu+enant Army R.O.T.C. RICHARD CARL MEYER, Allanla, Ga.: Induslrial Management HEE, 3, 4, Vice President 3, 4: AKKII, 3, 4: Sociely for Ihe Advancemenl of Management 2, 3, 4, Secre+ary, 3, 4: ToasImasIer's Club, 4: American Marlceling Associalion, 2, 3, 4: Psi Sociely, 4: IM Sludenl-Facully Relalions Commillee, 4: I962 Georgia Tech YMCA Leadership Convocalion, 4. BRIAN ELLIS MICKLER, Gainesville, Fla.: Elec- I'ricaI Engineering: IIKA, Scholarship Chairman, 3: HKN, 3, 4, SecreI'ary, 4: ENGI- NEER, I, 2: Cross Counlry, 2: Dean's List 3, 4. JAMES DAUPHIN MIDDLEBROOKS, JR., Haddock, Ga., Texliles: AXA.LARRY JEANES MILAM, Fairburn, Ga.: IndusI'riaI Management ATA: Sociely for The Advancemenl of Management American Mar- Iceling Associalion. CHARLES DOYLE MILLER, Colguilt Ga.: Induslrial Engineer- ing: AXA: Co-op Club. GEORGE LEE MILLER, Pueblo, Colo.: Chemical Engin- eering: TKE, Vice President 3: Briaerean Sociely, Secrelary, 3, 4, Wesley Foundalion, I, 2: Triangle Club, 2: Armed Forces Chemical Associalion, 3, 4: American Inslilule of Chemical Engineers, 3, 4: Lieu'I'enant Army R.O.T.C.: Dean's List I, 2, 3. JOHN WILLIAM MILLER, III, Louisville, Ky.: Induslrial Manage- ment BQH, Pledge Masler, 2, Rush Chairman, 2, Alumni Chairman, 3, Vice Presi- dent 4, President 4: Inlerfralernily Council, 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH ANTHONY MILLER, Tullahoma, Tenn.: Civil Engineering: BCEJH, Sergeanl-al'-Arms, 4. ROBERT MASON MILLER, Ballimore, Md.: Eleclrical Engineering: Chess Club, 2, President 3, 4: American lnslilule of Eleclrical Engineers, 4: Associalion for Compuling Ma- chinery, 4: Newman Club, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM HUGHES MILLER, Jaclcson, Miss.: Chemislry. HUGH MAYO MILLS, Bainbridge, Ga.: Mechanical Engineering: EIIJE. JOHN EMANUEL MIMS, Reynolds, Ga.: Induslrial Management Varsily Rifle Team, 2, 3, 4: Freshman Traclc Team, I. JAMES FURBER MINCEY, Clax- Ion, Ga.: Induslrial Design: Baplisl Sludenl Union, I: Execulive Council, 2, 3, 4: Georgia Tech Band, I: Army R.O.T.C., Band, I, 2: Advanced Army R.O.T.C., 3, 4: Sociely for Ihe Advancemenl' oi Management 4: Slide Rule, I, 2, 3: Lieulenant Army R.O.T.C. ANNE SHEILA MINKIN, Oak Parlc, III.: Malhemalics: IDME: EIIE: TBH IWomen's Badgel, JDKQ: VVomen's Sludenl Associalion, DP, World Sludenl Fund: Dean's List I, 2, 3, 4: Nalional Science Foundalion Summer Computer Re- search Fellowship. FRANCIS MARION MITCHELL, Wadmalaw Island, S. C.: Mechanical Engineering: IIDTA: CIDHE, I, 2, 3, 4: HTS., 3, Corresponding Secrelary, 4: TBH, 3, 4: CIDKIIJ, 4: Scabbard X4 Blade, 4: Presbylerian SI'uden'I' Cenler, I, 2, 3, Secrelary, 4: Triangle Club, I, 2: American Sociely of Mechanical Engineers, 3. 4: Caplain, Army R.O.T.C., Dislinguished Mililary Sludent Dean's List I, 2, 3, 4. LEWIS HAY MITCHELL, Wasmalaw Island, S. C.: Mechanical Engineering: 4IJI'A: CIJE2, I, 2, 3, 4: HT2, Treasurer, 4: TBII, 3, 4: CIDKCID, 4: Scabbard and Blade, 4: American Sociely of Mechanical Engineers, 3, 4: Triangle Club, I, Secrelary, 2: Presbylerian SI'udenI Cenler, I, 2, 3, Secrelary, 4: 2nd Lieutenant Army R.O.T.C., Dis+inguished Mililary Sludent Dean's List I, 2, 3, 4. THOMAS HOWARD MITCHELL, JR., Daylona Beach, Fla.: Induslrial Management IIDAG, Assislanl Treasurer, I: Caplain, Army R.O.T.C.: Dean's List I, 2, 3, 4. CLASS OF 1963 423 and 'finally give up BriHain Dining Hall's new buFFe+ service. cl.Ass or 1963 . D ia. R L William S avid Miiclwell James W. Leo G. Moore Moore David G. Roberi F. oberr B. ouis E. Monk ' Richard P. Thomas B. Neil Ben B. Moore Moore Moralwan Morqan, Jr. Empiy quadrangle re+'lec'l's loneliness of vaca'rion. Paul W. Charles H. I ' ' s r 'r Morris David L. Parlcs H. A familiar face. Morris Morris Roberl' E. Joel T. George W. Richard C. T Thomas H. A. C. Morris MorI'on Moseley Moyer Muller, Jr. Mullins WILLIAM STOCKARD MITCHELL, A+Ia.nI'a, Ga.: Eleclrical Engineering: HKN: InsI'iIuIe of Radio Engineers: Dean's Lisl. DAVID ROGERS MOGILL, AI'lanIa, Ga.: Eleclrical Engineering: lnsIiIuJre of Radio Engineers, 4. DAVID GEORGE MOLI- GA, Milwaukee, Wisc.: Induslrial Managemenl: Sociely for The Advancemenl' ol Managemenl: American Marlceling Associalion, 4: Pershing Rifles Drill Team, I, 2, 3: Caplain, Army R.O.T.C. ROBERT FRANKLIN MONK, Deland, Fla.: Aeronaulical Engineering: EFT: Y.M.C.A. Barbell Club, I, 2, 3, 4: Inslilule ol Aerospace Sciences and American Rocker Sociely, 3, 4: Dean's Lisl, I, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT BROWN MONTGOMERY, Chamblee, Ga.: Civil Engineering: American Sociely of Civil Engineers, 4: Sociely ol American Mililary Engineers, 4: Lieulenanl, Army R.O.T.C. LOUIS EDWARD MOODY, College Park, Md.: Eleclrical Engineering: Radio Club, I, 2, 3, 4, President 3: Insliluie Radio Engineers, 2, 3, 4. JAMES WAYNE MOORE, Covinglon, Ga.: Induslrial Engineering. LEO GRADY MOORE, Allanla, Ga.: Civil Engi- neering: American Sociely of Civil Engineers, 3, 4. RICHARD PHILIP MOORE, Paducah, Ky.: Chemical Engineering: CDFA. THOMAS BOYD MOORE, Hamillon, Ohio: Physics: Baplisl SI'uden+ Union, I, 2, 3, Presidenl, 4. NIEL MORAHAN, Riverside, Conn.: Induslrial Engineering. BEN BUTLER MORGAN, JR., Coleman, Ga.: Psychology: Psi SocieI'y: Dormi- Iory Counselor Slall. PAUL WOODROW MORGAN, JR., Roswell, Ga.: AeronauI'icaI Engineering: BAE, Secrelary, 3, Vice Presidenl, 3, 4, Presidenl, 4: EFT, 3, 4, Treasurer, 3, 4: Nalional Honorary Aeronaulical Engineering Sociely, 3, 4: Sludenl Council, Chairman of Calendar Commillee, 3, 4: Inlerlralrernily Council, 4: Dean's Lisl. I. 2. 3. CHARLES HENRY MORRIS, AI'IanJra, Ga.: Eleclrical Engineering: HKN, 3, Secrelary, 4: American InsIiIu're of Eleclrical Engineers, I, 2, Secrelary, 3, 4: Dean's Lisl, I, 2, 3, 4. DAVID LUTHER MORRIS, Columbus, Ga.: Texliles: Phi Psi Texlile Hon- orary Fralernily, 2, 3, 4, Secrelary, 3, Treasurer, 4: Lieulenanl'-Colonel, Air Force R.O.T.C.: Advisory Council Io Ihe Presidenl, 3, 4. PARKS HARRIS MORRIS, Dallas, Ga.: Mechanical Engineering: ATA: Inferlralernily Council Repre- senlalive, 2, Scholarship Chairman,2: American Sociery for Mechanical Engineers: Lieulenanl, Army R.O.T.C. ROBERT EDWARD MORRIS, Allanla, Ga.: Induslrial Design: HKA, Hisrorian, 2, 3, Secrelary, 3: Dean's Lisl, I, 2, 3, 4. JOEL TAYLOR MORTON, Cincinnali, Ohio: Induslrial Managemenl: IIEE, 3, 4: Sociely for Ihe Advancemenl' of Manage- menI', 2, 3, 4: Markeling Club, 2, 3: TECHNIQUE, Colleclions Manager, 3, 4: NORTH AVENUE JOURNAL, 2, 3, 4: Foolrball Manager, 2, 3, 4. GEORGE WILLIAM MOSELEY, Decalur, Ga.: Aeronaulical Engineering: CIPHE, I, 2, 3, 4: EFT, 3, 4: BLUE PRINT, 3: LieuI'enan'r, Army R.O.T.C.: Freshman Tennis, I: Varsily Tennis, 2, 3, 4: Dean's Lis'r, I, 2, 3,'4. RICH- ARD CHARLES MOYER, Ballrimore, Md.: Induslrial Engineering: QIEK, Secrelary, 2: American Ins'fi'ruIe of Indusrrial Engi- eers. THOMAS HENRY MULLER, Dallas, Tex.: Induslrial Engineering: BQBH, Recording Secrefary, 2, Scholarship Chair- man, 2, 3, 4: IIAE, 3, 4: World Sludenl Fund Commillee, I, 2, 3, 4, Secrerary, 3, Chairman, 4: YMCA Cabinel, 4, Advisory Cabinel 'ro Ihe Presidenl, 4: Publicalions Board, 4: American Inslilure of Induslrial Engineers, 3, 4: Circle-K, I, 2, 3, 4: Presidenl, 4: InsI'iJruIe ol Aeronaulical Sciences, I, 2,: Who's Who Among Sludenls in American Colleges 84 Universiliesi YMCA Commillee for Leadership Development RAMBLER, I, 2, 3, 4, Associare Edilor, 3: ENGINEER, I, 3, 4, EdiI'or, 4: Maior, Army R.O.T.C.: Counselor, Freshman Camp, 4. A. C. MULLINS, Jasper, Ga.: Indus'rriaI Managemenlz 425 CLASS OF 1963 New view of I'he hill. Philip E. William E. Mullins Mullins Gilberl R. Alan W. Nash Ness Roberl' A. Samuel Nell Nehama PHILIP EDWARD MULLINS, Pembroke, Ky.: Induslrial Management Caplain, Air Force R.O.T.C. WILLIAM EUGENE MULLINS, Nashville, Tenn.: Induslrial Engineer- ing: IIAE, 3, 4, Secrelary Treasurer, 4: Glee Club, I, 2: American Inslilule ol Elec- Irical Engirfeers, 3, 4: Sigma Phalanx, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, President 4: YMCA Cabinel Council, 3, 4: TECHNIQUE, I, 2, 3, 4, Adverlising Manager, 3, 4. GILBERT ROLAND NASH, SI. Louis, Mo.: Building Conslruclion. ALAN WAYNE NASS, Hunlingburg, Ind.: Induslrial Engineering: EN: KIPI-IE: AUM, Secrelary: T-Club: Baslcelball, I, 2, 3, 4, Caplain, 4: Baseball, 2: Dean's List I, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT AMOS NEFF, Shreveport La.: Civil Engineering: EN, Vice President XE, 3, 4: TBII, 4: Dean's List 3, 4: American Sociely oi Civil Engineers, 3, 4. SAMUEL NEHAMA, Tel-Aviv, Israel: Eleclrical Engineering: HKN, 3, 4: Inslilule of Radio Engineers, 3, 4: Dean's List I, 2, 3, 4. CARLTON FULLER NEVILLE, College Parlc, Ga.: Physics: EN: TBH, 4. JAMES LUTHER NEWMAN, Tallapoosa, Ga.: Eleclrical Engineering. WIL- LIAM PAUL NEWTON, JR., Allanla, Ga.: Induslrial Engineering: ATA, Alhlelic Chair- man, 2, Assislanl' Treasurer, 3, Guide, 3: BLUE PRINT, Sporls Eclilor: Army R.O.T.C. CHARLES EDWARD NICHOLS, JR., Marlinez, Ga.: Induslrial Engineering: Scabbard Xa Blade: American Materials Handling Sociely, 3, 4: American Insiilule of Induslrial Engineers, 3, 4: Glee Club, I, 2, 3, President 4: Execulive Roundiable, 3, 4: Caplain, Army R.O.T.C.: Dean's List I. SAM CHASTEEN NORTHINGTON, III, Loolcoul' Mounlain, Tenn.: Mechanical Engineering. WILLIAM OTIS NOWELL, JR., Dorhan. Ala.: Malhemalics: GJHE: IIDKCID: TIME: Baplisl Siudenl Union, I, 2, 3, 4: Drama Tech, I, 2, 3, 4, Secrelary, 2: Dean's List I, 2, 3, 4. BRUCE EVERETI' NOWLIN, Allanla, Ga.: Chemical Engineering: CDHE: GJKLID: Pershing Rifles, I, 2: Armed Forces Chemical Associalion, 3, President 4: American Inslilule of Chemical Engineers, 3, 4: Regimenlal Commander, Colonel, Army R.O.T.C.: Dean's List I, 2, 3, 4. RAY L. NUNN, Miami, Fla.: Eleclrical Engineering: I.E.E.E., 4: Camera Club, 4. EDWARD JOHNSON OGLESBY, Harlwell, Ga.: Induslrial Management GEORGE ALEXANDER ORMISTON, JR., Mobile, Ala.: Induslrial Management GBX, Hislorian. 2, 3: Sigma Phalanx, I. JAMES CRAIG ORR, Mayfield, Ky.: Induslrial Management Sociely for Ihe Advancemenl of Management 2, 4, Secrelary, 3: Glee Club, I: Baplisl Sludenl Union, I, 2: Owens-Illinois Scholarship, I, 2, 3, 4. GERMAN ORTEGA, Bogola, Colombia, S. A.: Induslrial Management JAMES LeROY PACK, Hunlinglon, W. Va.: Mechanical Engineering: HT2, 4: American Sociely ol Mechanical Engineers. 2, 3, 4. STEPHEN GORHAM PADDOCK, JR., Lewisville, Tex.: Eleclrical Engineer- ing: American Inslilule oi Eleclrical Engineers: Inslilule of Radio Engineers: New- man Club: Dean's List 2. MARCUS JEFFERSON PARISH, III, Dellunialc Springs, Fla.: Eleclrical Engineering: American Insiilule ol Elecrrical Engineers, 4: 2nd Lieulenanl. Army R.O.T.C. lOrdnancel. DONALD RAY PARKER, Doraville, Ga.: Induslrial Engi- neering: American Ins'Ii'ru+e of Induslrial Engineers, 2, 3, 4: American Malerial Handling Sociely, 4: Georgia Tech Sailing Club, 4: Isl Lieulenant Army R.O.T.C. Carlion F. Neville William P. Newfon, Jr. Sam C. Nor+hing+on, Ill 3. 'N sara .. 1 . Ray L. Nunn James C. Orr Siephen G. Paddock, Jr. James L. Newman ,. - -.f...m N ex, Charles E- Cold win'rry days bring oul' 'ihe heavy coa+s. Nichols, Jr. William O. Bruce E. Nowell, Jr. Nowlin Edward J. George A. Oglesloy Ormisfon, Jr. German James L. Oriega Pack A Tech s'I'uden'r's daily exercise 421 Marcus J. Donald R. Parish, lll Parker CLASS OF 1963 1 I David E. Edward L. Ouay W. Samuel H. Claude R. Archie O Parr Parrish ParroH', Jr. Parry Parlain , Pallerson DAVID EDWARD PARR, Blakely, Ga.: Elecirical Engineering: Baplisl' Sludeni Union. EDWARD LEE PARRISH, McRae Ga.: Psychology: ATA: Psi Sociely, 2, 3, 4, Vice Presidenl, 3: Insiirule of Aeronauiical Sciences, I, 2: Wesley Eoundalion Iary Engineers, I, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer, 2, Vice Presideni, 3: Sociely for Ihe Advancemenl of Managemenl, 2, 3, 4: American Markeling Associalion, 3, 4: Pi Sigma Epsilon Sales Pralerniiy, 3, 4: Alpha Phalanx, I, 2: S+. PaIrick's Council, I, 2, 3: TECH NIOUE Business Slaici, 3, 4, Local Adverlising Manager, 4: Scabbard and Blade Socieiy, 3, 4: Cadelr Maior, Army R.O.T.C. Regimenlal SIa1PF, 4: Inieriralernily Council Honor Board, 3,N4. SAMUEL HOWARD PARRY, Chaiuranooga, Tenn.: EX, y Alhlelic Chairman, 3, 4: AUM, 3, 4, Treasurer, 4: TBH, 4: Alpha Phalanx, I, 2: Scabbard and Blade, 3, 4: Lieulenanl, Navy R.O.T.C.: Freshman Baseball, I: Varsiiy Baseball, 2, 3: Varsiiy Golf, 4: Dean's LisI', I, 2, 4. CLYDE RAYMOND PARTAIN, , Marielia, Ga.: Induslrial Managemeni: Sociery for Ihe Advancemeni of Managemenr: American Markeling Associalion: I Baplisi Slrudeni Union: American Inslilule Elecirical Engineers. ARCHIE OTTO PATTERSON, Macon, Ga.: Eleclrical En- gineering. HUGH MICHAEL PATILLO, LaGrange, Ga.: Induslrial Engineering: AEQID. JOHN STUBBS PATTILLO, JR., , Allanla, Ga.: Civil Engineering: American Sociely of Civil Engineers. DAVID EDGAR PAULS, Lakeland, Fla.: Civil Engi- I neering: XE, 3, 4: TBH, 4: CIHKJJ, 4: American Sociery of Civil Engineers, 2, 3, 4, Vice Presidenl, 4: Dean's Lis'I', 2, 3, 4. I I, 2. QUAY WILLIAM PARROTT, JR., Waycross, Ga.: Indusirial Managemeni Socieiy, 3, 4: Sociely of American M ,, GEORGE REED PEARSON, JR., Jacksonville, Fla.: Induslrial Engineering: QK2: Caprain, Air Force R.O.T.C. ROBERTO I PUJALS PEDROSO, Habana, Cuba: Chemical Engineering: CIJIA, Secreiary, 3: Pan-American Union CIub,44: Newman Club, 3: American Inslilule of Chemical Engineers, 4. WILLIAM MELVIN PELUSO, Columbus, Ga.: Eleclrical Engineer- ing. JOHN CHARLES PEPIPAS, A+lan+a', Ga.: Induslrial Managemenl: Socieiy for Ihe Advancemeni of Managemenl, 3. JORGE PEREZ, Havana, Cuba: Mechanical Engineering: Pan-American Club. WALTER WILLIAM PERKINS, Brisrol, Va.: Eleclrical Engineering: GX: ACIJQ, I, 2, 3, 4, Secrelary, 2, Treasurer, 3, Hisiorian, 4: Georgia Tech Radio Club, I, 2, 3, 47 I Sons of Tech, 3, 4. RALPH ANTHONY PERRELLA, Vero Beach, Fla.: Archilecrure. JOHN PATRICK PERRY, Dawson, Ga.: Mechanical Engineering: Lieuienanl, Army R.O.T.C., 3: Maior, Army R.O.T.C., 4. ROBERT EDGAR PERSONS, JR., Lake il Cily, Pla.: Physics: Chess Club, 3, 4. LARRY DEE PETERMAN, Thomaslon, Ga.: Texiiles: AKfID, 3, 4, Treasurer, 4: Inler- nalional Siudenrs Commillee, 4. LANCE A. PETERSON, Uniondale, N. Y.: Elecirical Engineering: Band, I, 2, 3, Presidenl, ' 4: Ins+il'u+e oi Radio Engineers, 3, 4. CLARENCE GARY IPHIFER, Gaffney, S. C.: Chemical Engineering. ROBERT PAUL PHILLIPS, Sarasola, Fla.: ElecI'ricaI Engineering: Insiiluile ol: Radio Engineers. l I I I ri Ligh+ of knowledge. John S Davlcl E. George Roberlo P. William lvl. John C. Jorge Pedroso Peluso Perez. Jr. John P. Roloerl E. Larry D. Lance A. Perry Persons. Jr. Pelerman Pelrerson Perlcms Perre WW' V . .1 -M. ,. ,. o 'GX- l en: ,ff V2 w.4,. f ., 1- -1 - f 2 . .,. R 5 ns,- 5 . .5 ... X V. Clarence G. Philer Roberl P. Phillips 429 .. ,Vx ,X . ,NK , s. ,A . . YN X 3 X X244-ss . , .- K . Q. X. , W -Q-.rem f - .2 ss f ' . af- - wr sf. . of Gerald A. Roberl' A. Richard E. William D. Pilralo Plasiridge, Jr. Plaiur Ploeger BARRY ELMO PICKET, Memphis, Tenn.: Engineering Mechanics: HKA, Secrelary, 2, Table Manager, 2, 3, Treasurer, 4: Bulldog Club, 2, 3, 4: TECHNIQUE, lnlra- murals Edilor, 4. WILLIAM ESTILL PIPER, Riverdale, Ga.: Texliles: Sociely for The Advancemeni oi Managemenl: Wesley Foundalion. GERALD ALEXANDER PITALO, Biloxi, Miss.: Induslrial Engineering. ROBERT A. PLASTRIDGE, JR., Green- ville, Ga.: Mechanical Engineering: IIKfID, 4, Chaplain, 2, Treasurer, 3: Co-op Club, 2, 3, 4: Bulldog Club, 3, 4: Lieuienanl, Army R.O.T.C.: Dean's IisI', I. RICHARD EDWARD PLA'I'I', Planl Cily, Fla.: Civil Engineering: Co-op Club, Seciion II, 2, 3, Treasurer, 4: American Sociely of Civil Engineers, I, 2, 3, 4: Dean's Lisl, I, 3, 4. WILLIAM DUCKWALL PLOEGER, Darien, Ga.: Induslrial Managemeni: BAE: Golf Team, 2, 3, 4, Golf Caplain, 4. JAMES WILSON PLUMMER, Chillicorhe. Mo.: Mechanical Engineering: BCDH, Corresponding Secrelary, 2, 3, Hisiorian, 4: 1TT2:TB1'I: QH2: Bulldog Club, 2, 3, 4: TECHNIOUE, I: RAMBLER, 2, 3: Gym- naslics Team, I: Dean's Lisl, I: 2, 3, 4. RICHARD JOSEPH POINSETT, Mounl Holly, N. J.: Eleclrical Engineering: HKN, Eleclrical Engineering Honorary: American Ins+iI'uIe of Eleclrical Engineers, 3, 4: VeIeran's Club, I, 2, 3, 4: Dean's Lisi, I, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT NEAL POINTER, SR., Alhens, Tenn.: Indusirial Managemenl: Sociely for The Advancemenl of Management 2, 4: American Managemeni Associalion, 3, 4. ROBERT THOMAS POPE, Decalur, Ga.: Indusirial Managemenl: GJX. ROBERT JOHN POPP, Easlon, Conn.: Induslrial Managemenl: ATA: Sociely Tor Ihe Advancemenl of Managemenl, 4, 5: AJDQ, 2: Freshman Swimming, I: Varsilry Swimming, 2, 3, 4, 5: Capiain, Varsily Swimming Team. JOHNNY WHITLEY PORTIER, Ocilla, Ga.: Indusirial Managemenli BILLY JOE POWELL, Slaresboro, Ga.: Mechanical Engineering: AY, Social Chairman, Inler- Tralerniiy Council Represenlalive President American Sociely of Mechanical Engineers: Presiden+'s Club. BOBBY EARL POWELL, Moullrie, Ga.: Physics: Bap- Iisl Siudenl Union, I, 2, 3, 4: Freshman Council, I, Grealrer Council, 2: Physics Club, 2: Dean's LisI', I, 2. JULIAN FALCONER POWELL, Springfield, Tenn.: In- dusI'riaI Managemenl: ANAK, Presidenlr, 4: T-Club, Presidenl, 4: Baslcelrball, Fresh- man, I, Varsily, 2, 3, 4, Capiain, 4. LOWELL FELTON PRATT, Lawrenceville, Ga.i Mechanical Engineering: HTS, 3, 4: American Socieiy of Mechanical Engineers, 3, 4. DAVID ALBERT PRESTON, Macon, Ga.: Applied Biology: Kappa Alpha Order, I, 2, 3, 4, Secrelary, 3. MALLIE LEWIS PRICE, Rolling Forlc, Miss.: Ceramic Engineering: KE, Presidenl, Vice Presideni, Social Chairman, Arhleiic Chairman. Rilualisl: Who's Who Among Sludenis in American Universilies and Colleges. Ramblin' Recls Club, 2, 3, 4: Bulldog Club, Presidenl, Vice Presidenl, 2, 3, 42 American Ceramic Socielry, Sludeni Advisory Commillee Io The Presidenl, 37 Baseball, I, 2, 3. ROY LANE PRICE, LaGrange, Ga.: Indusirial Engineering. KEN- NETH COLLYER PRINE, SI. Augusline, Fla.: Texiile Chem. DAVID CARL PRO- CHAZKA, Macon, Ga.: Mechanical Engineering: American Sociely of Mechanical Engineers: Socieiy of Aulomolive Engineers. JOHNNY PAUL PULLEN, Soperlon. Ga.: TexI'iIes: AKCIJ, 3, 4. James W. Richard J. Plummer Poinserl Rol3er+ N. Roloerr T. Poinler. Sr. Pope Roberl J. Johnny W. Popp Porlier Billy J. Bobloy E. Through 'fhese doors . . . I Powell Powell Julian F. Lowell F. David A. lvlallie L. Powell Prallr Preslon Price . ,-.,. Roy l.. Kenneflw C. David C. Jolwnny P. Price Prine Proclwazlca Pullen Howard C. Thomas N. Roberl' lvl. Race Rackley Ragsdale Varory D. Philip H. Philip Y. Ramseur, lll Ramsey Randall Hands, fhe 'fools of archlfecis. X James T. Rallifl William B. Redmond, Jr. Richa rd W. Reeves Joseph lvl. Railerl James E. Randolph, Jr Redford, Jr. James D. Reeves, Jr. Lawrence C. Reinhardl, Jr. CLASS OF 1963 , , .MQW AA A f . "ff -tif" ,- 'A ' Engineers, 'I'oo. George A. Arie K, Herberi Richard V. Relcau Remaley Repovich Respess, III Reynolds Rhoden HAROLD GATTY QUEARY, Corbin, Ky.: Indu-sI'riaI Management Socieiy for The Advancemeni' of Management 2, 3, 4: American Marlceiing Club, 3, 4: HEE, 3, 4: Eoolrball, I, 3, 4: Baskelrball, 2. ROGER NARCISCO QUINCOSES, Havana, Cuba: Induslrial Engineering: AUM, 4: American InsIiI'uJre of Induslrrial Engineers, 3, 4: American Malerial Handling Socieiy, 3, 4: Library Sfaft 2, 3, 4. HOWARD CARLTON RACE, A+lan+a, Ga.: Elecirical Engineering: Sociely of Ameri- can Engineers, 2, 3: Caplrain, Army R.O.T.C. THOMAS NEAL RACKLEY, Climax, Ga.: Indusirial Management Socieiy for Ihe Advancemeni of Management 3, 4: American Marlceling Associaiion, 3, 4: Ve+eran's Club, 4. ROBERT M. RAGS- DALE, Baxley, Ga.: Induslrial Engineering. JOSEPH MARK RAITERI, Memphis, Tenn.: Mechanical Engineering: EX: HTE. VARDRY DIXON RAMSEUR, III, Greenville, S. C.: Induslrial Management EAE: Bulldog Club. PHILIP HART RAMSEY, Dolhan, Ala.: Maihemarics: ATA, Sergeanl-ar-Arms, 3: Bap+iSI' S+uden+ UNION! Gym Team. I. 2. 3. 4- PHILIP YORK RAN' DALL, Columbia, Ky.: Indusrrial Management JAMES EDWARD RANDOLPH. -IR-. DOFGVIIIG. Ga-7 lndusirial Manage- ment AMD: AK1Ifq Lieu+enan+, Navy R.O.T.C. JAMES TITUS RATI-IFF. Oak Ridge. Tenn.: Chemical Engineering: QPSK. Vice President Inducror, Secrelary. THOMAS COTTRELL REDFORD. JR.. Richmond. Va.: Ceramic Engineering: EX: 5+- Parriclcis Council, 4: American Ceramic Sociely, Caplain, Army R-OTC. WILLIAM BUCHANAN REDMONDI JR-I Gal' vesron, Tex.: Civil Engineering: EN, Social Chairman: American Socieiy of Civil Engineers. JAMES DENT REEVES, JR., Albany, Ga.: Civil Engineering: Co-op Club Seclion I. RICHARD WILLIS REEVES, Griffin, Ga.: Aeronaurical Engineer- ing: QKE. LAWRENCE CECIL REINHARDT, JR., Alrlania, Ga.: Indusirial Management HKCD, Warden, 4. RICHARD ROBERT REKAU, Aflania, Ga.: Archi+ecI'ure: Sludeni American Insriiule of Archileciure. GEORGE ALAN REMALEY, Melbourne, Ela.: Elecirical Engineering: Briaerean Sociely, Insrilule of Radio Engineers: Georgia Tech Flying Club: Dean's List I, 2. ARTIE K. REPOVICH, S+. Louis, Mo.: Mechanical Engineering: BQDII: Aflbfl, I, 2: Pershing Rifles, I, 2: D.M.S.: 2nd Lieuienant Army R.O.T.C.: Dean's List I. HERBERT RESPESS, III, Savannah, Ga.: Indusirial Engineering: Scabbard 84 Blade, 3, 4: Armed Forces Chemical Associaiion, 3, 4: American InsI'iI'u+e of Indusirial Engineers, 4: Pershing Rifles, I, 2, 3, Execu+ive Officer, 3: Capiain, Army Disiinguished Mililary Srudent RICHARD VERNON REYNOLDS, Barringion Hills, III: Physics: AXA: Gymnaslics, I, 2, 3. WILLIAM HARPER RHODEN, MouI+rie, Ga.: Eleclrrical Engineering: Armed Eorces Chemical Associaiion, Army, R.O.T.C. 433 Bill Young medilales in lab. PETER DUBOSE RHODES, Decalur, Ga.: Induslrial Engineering: GJX, Chaplin, 3, Presidenl Pledge Class: Sludenl Council Senior Class Represenlalive Induslrial Engineering Deparlmenl 4, Chairman Sealing Commillee, 4, Sludenl' Usher, 4: American Inslilule ol Induslrial Engineers: American Malerial Handling Sociely: Georgia Tech Radio Club: Georgia Tech Chrislian Fellowship: Weslminsler Fellowship: Cadel 2nd Lieulenanl, Arfillery Branch Army R.O.T.C. RONALD EDWARD RICH, Memphis, Tenn.: Induslrial Managemenl: Baplisl Sludenl Union, I, 2, 3: Sociely lor The Advancemenl ol Managemenl, 2, 3, 4: American Roclcel Sociely, 3: TECHNIQUE, I. ALFRED CAVE RICHARDSON, JR., Challa- nooga, Tenn.: Eleclrical Engineering: HKN: Scabbard 84 Blade: Inslilule ol Radio Engineers, 2, 3, 4: American Inslilule ol Eleclrical Engineers, 3, 4: TECHNIQUE STAFF, I: Caplain, Army R.O.T.C. DON ALFRED RICKETSON, Easl Poinl, Ga.: Incluslrial Managemenl: Sociely for Advancemenl ol Managemenl, 3, 4. WILLIAM R. RINELL, Celina, Ohio: Induslrial Engineering: HIDEK, Presidenl, 3, 4: Inlerlralernily Council: Inlerliralernily Council Trial Board: PresicIenI"s Club: Armed Forces Chemical Associalion: American Inslilule ol Induslrial Engineers: Caplain, Army R.O.T.C.: Dislinguished Mililary Sludenl. WILLIAM GERALD ROBERTS, Jonesboro, Ga.: Induslrial Managemenl: AKNII, 3, 4: Sociely lor Advancemenl ol Managemenl, 3, 4: Induslrial Managemenl Sociely, 3, 4: American Marlceling Associalion, 3, 4, Secrelary, 4: March- ing Band, I. SPENCER ROBINSON, JR., Jacksonville, Fla.: Induslrial Managemenl: XXII, Treasurer, 2, Presidenl, 3, 4: Bull- Clog Club. 2. 3. 41 Inlerlralernily COUVICII. 3. 41 Sociely for Advancemenl ol Managemenl, 3, 4: American Marlqeling Associalion, 3, 4: IIEE, 3, 4: AKKII, 4: Presbylerian Sludenl Cenler, I, 2, Inlerlralernily Council Parilamenlarian 4: Trial Board, 3: Presiden+'s Council, 3. ALLAN ARTURO RODRIGUEZ, San Jose, Cosla Rica: Induslrial Engineering: Pan American Club: American Sociely ol Mechanical Engineers, Treasurer, 3: Sl. PalricIc's Council, Secrelary, 3. ARTHUR LLEWELLYN ROGERS. JR.. Sanla Fo. N- M-I Elofllrical Engineering: Advanced Air Force R.O.T.C., 3, 4: American Insli- lule ol Eleclrical Engineers, 4: Caplain, Air Force, R.O.T.C. OSCAR FRANKLIN ROGERS, Bolinbrolxe, Ga.: Induslrial Engineering: American Inslilule ol Induslrial Engineers, 4: Sociely lor Advancemenf ol Managemenl, 4. JEREMIAH WIL- LIAM ROSE, Sea Brighl, N. J.: Eleclrical Engineering. WILBUR DEKLE ROUNDTREE, JR., Gainesville, Ga.: Induslrial Engineering: ATA, Rush Chairman, 3: Sludenl Council, I, 2, 3, Chairman ol Ramblin' Reclc Comrnilrlee, 3: Semper Fidelis, Publicily Chairman, 4: Alpha-Y Phalanx, 2: TECHNIQUE. I, 2: Sludenl Council Edilor on TECI-INIOUE, 2. JOSEPH CLYDE ROY, Challanooga, Tenn.: Building Conslruclion: fI1KT, Vice Presidenl, 4: Sludenl Council, 3, 4: Ramblin' Reclc Club, 3, 4: Lieulenanl, Army R.O.T.C. LARRY JOEL RUBENSTEIN, Ocean Springs, Miss.: Induslrial Engineering: AEII: Bulldog Club: Cadel Maior, Air Force R.O.T.C. FRED FOSTER RUDDER, JR., Allanra, Ga.: Aeronaulical Engineering: XfID, Secrelary, 2, Rush Chairman, 2, Vice Presidenl, 3, Presidenl, 4, Scholarship Chairman, 3: TBII, 3, 4, Presidenl, 4: EFT, 3, 4, Presidenl, 4: Briaerean Sociely, 3, 4: LDHE, I, 2, 3, 4: LIQKKID: Inlerlralernily Council Honor Board, 3, 4, Secre- lary, 3, Chairman, 4: Sl. Pa'rricI4's Council, 3: Dean's Lisl, I, 2, 3, 4, ROBERT SEAY RUDLAND, Jacksonville, Fla.: Mechanical Engineering: HTEZ Bflaefeafi Sooiely: Canlerbury Associalion: Isl Sergeanl, R.O.T.C.: Dean's LisI', 3, 4. DAVID LUKE RUNTON, Jacksonville, Fla.: Civil Engineering, TEDDY WAYNE RUSSELL, Hyallsville, Md.: Civil Engi- neering: KIJKT, Sporls Chairman: TBH: XE: Bulldog Club: American Sociely ol Civil Engineers: Inlerlralernily Council I'Ionor Board: Dean's Lisl, I, 2, 3, 4. WALTER RANDOLPH SAMPLES, Decalur, Ga.: Aeronaulical Engineering: TKE: Inslilule ol Aerospace Engineers: Dean's Lisl, I. ODELL LINDSAY SAPP, Salisbury, N. C.: Aeronaulical Engineering: Camera Club: American Roclcel Sociely: Inslilrule ol Aerospace Engineers. MARK GILBERT SARTWELL, Monlgomery, Ala.: Induslrial Managemenl: ATA: Sociely lor Advancemenl ol Managemenl, 4: BLUE PRINT, 2: Gym Team, I. GEORGE J. SATTELE, JR., Cherry I-IiII, N. J.: Induslrial Managemenl: XID, Rush Chairman, 3. This is how The EES gel I-heir iollies. CLASS OF 1963 Pele D. Rhodes Spencer Robinson, Jr. Joseph C. Roy WaI+er R. Samples Mark G. Sariwell Ronald E. Cave A. Don A. William R. Rich Richardson, Jr. Rickelson Rinell William G. Roloerlrs Allan l-l. Arrhur L. Qscar F. Jeremiah W. Rodriguez. Jr. Rogers, Jr. Rogers Rose -" r 1 -J Sgfzfaskfikiigi i??gi.5gQ5axgwaia -v'-r . V U QEEMQWQE iigii David L. Runion 435 Larry J. Fred F. Roberi' S. Rubensiein Rudder, Jr. Rudland Odell L. Sapp 3 George J. 500 vol+s on +he GRID? Sa+'rele, Jr. Wilbur D. Rounlree, Jr Teddy W. Russell CLASS OF 1963 Ex 'Q J? S r - . img s . . W " u .. s. Donald C. Fred H. Savage Scanlm Charles C. Carl E. Scheuermann Schlolzhauer Freshman chemislry bewilders Sharon Kepler. Charles I" ROPBII A' Schreeder, III Scoll- DONALD C. SAVAGE, Covinglon, Ga.: Induslrial Management GX: Sociely for Jrhe Advancemenl of Management 3, 4: Execulive Roundlrable, 3. FRED H. SCANLING, Allanla, Ga.: Induslrial Management CIDKT, Rush Chairman, 2: QIDHE: Induslrial Managemenl Sociely: CDKQ: Sociely for Advancement of Management 3, 4: American Market ing Association, 3, 4: AKKII, 3, 4: Dean's List I, 2, 3, 4. CHARLES CALVIN SCHUERMANN, Kingsport Tenn.: Aeronaulical Engineering: IIJEK. CARL ERNEST SCHLOTZHAUER, Easl Point Ga.: Eleclrical Engineering: Ve+eran's Club, 3, 4: Judo Club, 4. CHARLES LANE SCHREEDER, Decalur, Ga.: Mechanical Engineering: QDAQD, Rush Chair- man, 2, Warden, 3: Inlerlralernily Council, 3, 4: Soulrheaslern Inrerlralernily Conference, 4: Vice President Ram- blin' Reclc Club, 2, 3, 4: Bulldog Club, 3: Sludenl' Advisory Cabinel lo Ihe President 4: Ensign, Navy R.O.T.C.: Freshman Gym Team. ROBERT ANTHONY SCOTT, Allanla, Ga.: Induslrial Management Induslrial Managemenl Sociely, 4: IIEE, 4: AKHII, 4: Cadel Caprain, Army R.O.T.C. GEORGE FRANCIS SCULLEY, JR., Hollywood, Fla.: Mechanical Engineering: Newman Club, I, 2, 3, 4: American Sociely of Mechanical Engineers, 3, 4: Caplain, Air Force R.O.T.C. CHARLES TOMLINSON SEAY, JR., Memphis, Tenn.: Mechanical Engineering: KE: HT2, 3, 4: Briaerean Sociely, 3, 4: TBII, 4: Scabbard and Blade, 4: Co-op Represenlalive Sludenl Council, 4: Caplain, Army R.O.T.C.: Dean's List I, 2, 3, 4. BARRY D. SEGAL, St Pelersburgh, Fla.: Aeronaulical Engineering: Inslilule of Aerospace Engineers: American Rocker Sociely. EDWARD HERBERT SELBY, JR., Norlh Augusla, S. C.: Civil Engineering: AY, Vice President 3, 4: American Sociely ol Civil Engineers: Sociely ol American Mililary Engineers: Sociely of American Mililary Engineers: Scabbard and Blade: Inlerlralernily Council: Honor Board, Pershing Rifles. I, 2: Maior, Army R.O.T.C.: Disringuished Mililary Srudent ROBERT WAYNE SELF, Birmingham, Ala.: Chemical Engineering: GX, Chaplain, 2: American Inslilule of Chemical Engineers: Sludenl' Chapler, Secretary, 3, Vice Presi- denr Soulhern Region, 4. JOHN ROSS SELLMER, Allanra, Ga.: Induslrial Management HBE, 3, 4: Cheerleader, 2, Caplain, 3: Ramblin' Recli Club, 2, 3, 4: Arnold Air Sociery, 4: Cadel Lieurenanl Colonel, Air Force R.O.T.C.: Convair Award, 2: Scabbard and Blade Award for Oulslanding Leadership, 3. DAVID KARL SESSIONS, Allanla, Ga.: Mechanical Engineering: American Sociely of Mechanical Engineers. EVAN EVANS SETTLE, III, Shelbyville, Ky.I Mechanical Engineering: HT2, 3, 4: Briaerean Sociely, 3, 4: CIJHE: American Sociely of Mechanical Engineers, 2, 3, 4: Barbell Club, 3, 4: Dean's List I, 2, 3, 4. ERNEST A. SETTLES, Shellman, Ga.: Eleclrical Engineering. GIOR- GIO G. SFERRA, Caracas, Venezuela: Chemical Engineering. VICTOR EUGENE SHANKLIN, Lyman, S. C.: Indus- Jrrial Engineering: Bap+is+ Sludenl Union, I, 2, 3, 4: American Inslirule ot Induslrial Engineers, 3, 4. B. DAVID SHEF- FIELD, JR., Grove Hill, Ala.: Chemical Engineering: Baplisl Sludenr Union, I, 3, 4: American Chemical Sociely, 4. GROVER HARRISON SHELTON, Caretra, W. Va.: Eleclrical Engineering. GENE CLAYTON SHEPPARD, Edison. Ga.: Indusrrial Engineering: American Inslilule of Indusrrial Engineers, 4. l Charles T. Sculley, Jr. John R. David K. Sellmer Sessions Vic+or E. B. Davis Shanlqlin Sheffield, Jr. Grover I-l. Gene C. Shelron Sheppard Squirm, Freshman! 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CLASS OF 1963 FRANK WADE SHERRILL, Miami, Fla.: Civil Engineering: GJX: Bulldog Club, 3, 4: American SocieI'y of Civil Engineers, 2, 3, 4: Inlerfralernily Council, I, 2, 3: Traclc, I, 2, 3. HARVEY STANLEY SHULMAN, Arlanla, Ga.: Induslrial Managemenl: GJEH, Secrelary, I, Vice Superior, 2, Superior, 3, 4, Pledgemasler, 3, Alumni Conjracl, 2, 3, Pledge Class President I: Incluslrial Managemenjr Socielry, 3, 4: IIEE, 3, 4: Bulldog Club, 2, 3, 4: Inleriralernily Council, 3, 4: Socieiy for Advancemenl ol Manage- menl, 4: Georgia Tech Engineer, I: 2nd LieuI'enanI, Army R.O.T.C. ROBERT WAYNE SHUMAN, Savannah, Ga.: Texliles: XCIJ, Pledge Trainer, 2, 3, Secrelary 3, Presidenl, 4, Delegale Io Nalional Congress, 3, Judiciary Commirlee, 2, 3, 4: HBE, 3, 4: Bull- dog Club, Treasurer, 2, 3, 4: Freshman Camp Counselor, 4: lnleriralernily Council, 2, 3, 4: Pershing Rifles, I, 2: Trial Board, 3: BLUE PRINT, Sales, I: Caplain, Army R.O.T.C., 4. JON GERALD SHUBET, Birmingham, Ala.: Induslrial Managemenl: KE: Varsily Foolball, 2, 3. ALLEN C. SICKEL, Savannah, Ga.: Induslrial Engineering: ATQ: Circle K. Club, I: Wesley Foundaiion: ENGINEER, Siaii, 3, Business Manager 4: CapI'ain Air Force, R.O.T.C. BEN IVEY SIMIPSON, Tiflon, Ga.: Mechanical Engi- neering: American Sociery of Mechanical Engineering, 3, 4: Wesley Foundalrion, 3, 4. DUNCAN C. SINCLAIR, Moullrie, Ga.: Induslrrial Engineering. ANTHONY AN- DREW SIPPEL, Memphis, Tenn.: Texlile Engineering: EN. PHILIP MURRAY SKID- MORE, WinI'er Haven, Fla.: Induslrial Managemenl: KA, Social Chairman, BLUE PRINT, I, 2. JOHN ROBERT SLEDGE, Ty Ty, Ga.: Aeronaulical Engineering: Barbell Club, 3, 4. RIAL FISHER SLOAN, Tunnell Hill, Ga.: Eleclrical Engineering: Inslrilule of Radio Engineers, 2, 3, 4: Camera Club, I, 2, 3, 4, Secrelary, 2, Vice Presidenl, 3, Presidenf, 4: Wesley Foundalrion, 3, 4: YMCA Recrealion Council, 3, 4: YMCA Cabinel, 3, 4. ALLEN CANDLER SMITH, JR., Allanla, Ga.: Mechanical Engineering: CIJKT: KKNII: HT2: Band: Dean's Lis+, I. CHARLES EDWARD SMITH, JR., Clear- waler, Fla.: Eleclrical Engineering: EX, Assislrani' Pledge Trainer, Summer Presidenr: Barbell Club, I: American Inslilule of Eleclrical Engineers, 4: ToasJrmasIer's Club, 4: Technique, I, 2. G. THOMAS SMITH, Tampa, Fla.: Induslrial Engineering: Kappa Alpha Order: American lnsJriI'u+e of Induslrial Engineers: BLUE PRINT, I, 2: Freshman Swimming Team, I. JAMES BENJAMIN SMITH, Warner Robins, Ga.: EIecI'ricaI Engi- neering: American Inslilule of EIec+ricaI Engineers, 4: Track, I: Senior Dormilory Counselor, 3. JAMES LAWTON SMITH, Cocoa, Fla.: Mechanical Engineering: KE: Varsily Baseball, 2. LARRY EUGENE SMITH, Memphis, Tenn.: Civil Engineering: Dean's LisI', I. LEE HARRIS SMITH, Savannah, Ga.: Elecrrical Engineering: American InsJriI'uIe of Elecirical Engineers, 3, 4. LLOYD FELTON SMITH, JR., Loganville, Ga.: Induslrial Managemenl. LYMAN BRADDY SMITH, Allania, Ga.: lndusI'riaI Manage- menI': KA: AKKII. MYLES GREEN SMITH, Savannah, Ga.: Induslrial Managemenlr: Induslrrial Managemenl' Sociely, 3, 4: Scabbard and Blade, 4: Sociely for The Advance of ManagemenI', 3, 4: AQIDQ, I, 2, 4, Secrelary, I, Vice President 2, Execu- 'I'ive Roundlable, 3, 4: Dormilory Counselor, 3, 4: Capiain, Army R.O.T.C., 4: Swim- ming Team, I, 2, 3, 4: Dean's LisI', I. ROLAND HAYNIE SMITH, Foresl' Parlc, Ga.: Induslrial Engineering: AHN, 3, 4: American lnslilulre of Induslrial Engineers: Ameri- can MaI'eriaI Handling Sociely, 4. CLASS OF 1963 STANLEY JAMES SMITH, Miami, Fla.: Aeronaulical Engineering: AEfID: Arnold Air Socieiy, 2, 3, 4: Ins+i+u+e oi Aerospace Sciences, 2, Treasurer, 3, 4: American Rocker Sociely, 2, Corresponding Secrelary, 3, 4: Caplain, Air Force R.O.T.C. WALLACE HUBERT SMITH, Canion, Ohio: Mechanical Engineering: ATA: Newman Club, I, 2, 4: American Sociely of Mechanical Engineers, 2, 3, 4: TECHNIQUE, I, 2. W. FRANK SMITH, Villa Rica, Ga.: Chemical Engineering: TBH, 3, 4: American Chemical So- ciely, 2, 4, Treasurer, 3: American Insliiule ol: Chemical Engineers: Dean's Lisl, I, 2, 3, 4. WESLEY MARTIN SOKOLOSKY, Houslon, Tex.: Eleclrical Engineering: QFA, Treasurer, 3: Technique, Copy Edilor, 3, 4. VICTOR A. SOLTERO, San Juan, Puerio Rico: Indusrrial Engineering: NEB lSan Juan, P. R.l, Pan American Union Club, 2, 3, Vice Presidenl, 4: Caplain, Air Force R.O.T.C. ROBERT ARTHUR SOPER, Soulh Bosion, Va.: Biology: fID1"A: IITX, 3, 4, Vice Presidenl, 4: KKNII, 3, 4: Scabbard and Blade, 3, 4: Canlerbury Associalion, I, 2, 3, 4, Presideni, 3, Vice Presidenl, 4: Georgia Tech Band, I, 2, 3: Isl Lieulenani, Army R.O.T.C.: Dean's Lisl, I. THOMAS JEF- FERSON SOUTHERLAND, Miami, Fla.: Mechanical Engineering: American Sociely of Mechanical Engineers lS+uoIenJrI, 4. BILLY ALLEN SPINKS, Douglasville, Ga.: In- duslrial Managemenlf. LARRY JOSEPH STALLINGS, Evansville, Ind.: Civil Engineer- ing: EX, Assisianl Pledge Trainer, 3: XE, 4, Vice Presidenl, 4: T-Club, 2, 3, 4, Presideni, 4: American Sociely of Civil Engineers, 3, 4: Sociely of American Mililary Engineers, 3, 4: Caplain, Army R.O.T.C., 4: Foolball, I, 2, 3, 4: Varsiiy Leller, 2, 3, 4, Co-Caplain, 4. NICHOLAS J. STAMAHAKIS, Savannah, Ga.: Texiile Engineering: Hellenic Club, I, 2: American Insliiuie of Induslrial Engineers, 3, 4: American Ma- Ierials Handling Sociely, 4: EN, I. WILLIAM CHAPEL STANDIFER, Ailania, Ga.: Eleclrical Engineering: Arnold Air Sociely, 3, 4: InsIiI'u+e of Radio Engineers, Major, Air Force, R.O.T.C. JOHN RICHARD STEPP, Bluefield, VV. Va.: Induslrrial Manage- menl: KE, House Manager, Alhleiic Chairman, 3, 4: Induslrial Managemenl' Sociely, 3, 4: AKKII, 3, 4: Bulldog Club, 2, 3, 4: Dean's Lis+, 2. JAMES EDWARD STICKEL, Daylon, Ohio: Elecirical Engineering: HKA, House Manager, 2, In'rerTra+erniIy Coun- cil, 2: American Inslilule of Eleclrical Engineers, 2, 4: Newman Club, I. CURTIS PRICE STINESPRING, III, Cornelia, Ga.: Civil Engineering. FRED ARNDT STOLLER, Alrlanla, Ga.: Induslrial Management Sociely for The Advancemenl of Managemenl: Air Force R.O.T.C., I, 2. JOEL FRANKLIN STONE, Ailanla, Ga.: Civil Engineering: American Socieiy of Civil Engineers, 3, 4. EDWARD CAREY STRANGE, Decalur, Ga.: Induslrial Engineering: American Insriiule of Induslrial Engineers, 4: American Male-rials Handling Sociely, 4. JIMMY PAUL STRICKLAND, Panama Ciiy, Fla.: Malhemalics: Briaerean Sociely. THOMAS DENNIS STRICKLAND, III, Allanra, Ga.: Mechanical Engineering: QIDAQ, Social Chairman, 2, Assislanl Rush Chairman, 2, Higheslr Pledge Poini Average, I: HTE, 3, 4: QDHE, I, 2, 3, 4: TBII, 3, 4: Ramblin' Reclc Club, I, 2, 3, 4: Lieulenani, Navy R.O.T.C., Ballalion Supply Officer, 4: Dean's Lisl, I, 2, 3, 4. HUGH LEE STRINGER, Hialeah, Fla.: Chemical Engineering: Armed Forces Chemical Associalion, 3, 4, Vice Presidenl, 4: American Ins+iI'u+e Chemical Engineers, 4: Is+ Lieu+enanJr, Army R.O.T.C.: Dean's Lisl, I, 2, 3. CHARLES A. STRINGFELLOW, Cuquicamala, Chile: Induslrial Managemenl. GEORGE WILLIAM STROBECK, Jacksonville Beach, Fla.: Mechanical Engineering: IITE: Briaerean Sociely. SI'anIey J. W. Franklin SmiI'h Smi+h 5:3-IRR . frvhz f X X X ox? 5,89 xx 5 X5 K . A H S 4 :TKT . ? 33' T , 3 if R X Mi J Wi A s ,,, .mf -.ss ...--we-,:fYy g 4 Wesley M. Smilh Sokoloslcy ff-rs-::2.2x-ar ,, " Roberl' A. Soliero Soper Soulherland Larry J. Nicholas J. Slallings Slamahakis William C. John R. Slandifer, III Siepp vo VX eg Mgr 43 Q X3 V :-5 A.,,Af C u r+ 1 s P . Shekel Sjrlnespring Sfoller S+Ol'lG jr. Rober'r W. Roberl' P. ET Slurgeon Sullivan CLASS DF 1963 John M. Daniel W. Sutlles Swearingen A pin is near for Tech's new wreslling l'eam. ROIUGFT I'I- Richard L- Sweel- Tangeman ROBERT WYNN STURGEON, Allanla, Ga.: Aeronaulical Engineering: AECIJ, Assislanl Treasurer, 2, Corresponding Sec- relary, 2: Scabbard and Blade, 4: Inslilule of Aerospace Sciences, I, 2, 3, 4, President 3: American RocIce+ Sociely, I, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer, 3: Navy R.O.T.C, Drill Team, I: Lieulenant Navy R.O.T.C., 4: College Advisory Board, The Bales Com- pany, 3, 4. ROBERT PATRICK SULLIVAN, Miami, Fla.: Eleclrical Engineering: Newman Club, I, 2, 3, 4: Sergeanl'-at Arms, 2, 3, Vice President 4: Inslilule of Radio Engineers, 3, 4, Secrelary, 4: Recrealion Council, YMCA, 3, 4. JOHN MELVIN SUTTLES, Allanla, Ga.: Induslrial Engineering: American Inslilule of Induslrial Engineers, 4. DANIEL WILBERT SWEARINGEN, Allanla, Ga.: Eleclrical Engineering: 112112, I: Briaerean Sociely, 2, 3, 4, Secrelary, 4: TBH, 3, 4: Co-op Club, 2, 3, 4, Secretary, 3: Tech Band, 3, 4: Dean's List I, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT HARRY SWEET, Rome, Ga.: Eleclrical Engi- neering: Ve+eran's Club, 2, 3, 4, Alhlelic Direclor, 2, 3, President 4: Bulldog Club, 2, 3, 4. RICHARD LOUIS TANGE- MAN, Prairie Village, Kan.: Physics: TKE: Co-op Club, Seclion I, 2, 3, 4: Triangle Club, 2. JAMES LAWRENCE TAY- LOR, Columbus, Ga.: Induslrial Management Maior, Air Force R.O.T.C. JOHN M. TAYLOR, JR., Ellerbe, N. C.: Indus- Jrrial Engineering: Camera Club, I, Vice President 2, President 3, 4: BLUE PRINT, 2, 4: TECHNIQUE, 3, 4: Cadel Maior, Army R.O.T.C.: Dislinguished Mililary Sludent MICHAEL DAVID TEEMS, Cedarlown, Ga.: Elecfrical Engineering: Chess Club, 4. LESTER NEAL THARP, McRae, Ga.: Physics: ATA: CIDHE, Assislanr President HME: TBII: Gymnislics Team, I. 2, 3: Dean's List CLIFTON ALBERT THOMAS, Jackson, Miss.: Induslrial Management EX, Social Chairman, 2, 3: Slu- denl Council, 3: Ramblin' Reck Club, 3, 4: Newman Club, I, 2, 3, 4: Alpha Phalanx, I, 2: Sociely Tor Advancemenl ol Management 4: Advanced Army R.O.T.C., Inianlry. ROBERT EVANS THOMAS, JR., Savannah, Ga.: Induslrial Engi- neering: Baplislr Sludenl Union Grealer Council, I, 2, Execulive Council, 3, 4: American Inslilule of Incluslrial Engineers: Cadel Major, Signal Branch, Army R.O.T.C. BOB R. THORNTON, Easl St Louis, III.: Incluslrial Management Georgia Tech Veleran's Club, Treasurer. ALBERT A. THRASHER, Clarlcesville, Ga.: Induslrial Engineering. JAMES C. TILLMAN, Milledgeville, Ga.: Induslrial Management KE: Caplain, Air Force R,O.T,C. HARWELL PARKS TILLY, Allanfa, Ga.: Civil Engineering. HARRY MIRES TOMLINSON, Thomasville, Ga.: Eleclrical Engineering: American Inslilule of Elec- Trical Engineers, I, 2, 3, 4: TECHNIQUE, Reporler, I: Varsily Rifle Team, 2, 3, CHARLES DILLARD TONEY, III, Allanla. Ga.: Malhemalics: TECHNIQUE, I, 3: Secrelary, Polilical Forum, 3, 4. SOLLY TOUSSIER, Mexico, D. E.: Texliles: EN. AIUVWWI COIWTGCI OTTICGF. 2. I'IlSIOFIGl'1. 41 'fIHI', 2, 3, President 4: Sluclenl Council Eleclions Commillee, 4: Associale Fea- lures Eclilor, TECHNIQUE, 3. ROBERT GARY TRAPNELL, Metrer, Ga.: Induslrial Management AEJID, Sergeanl-al-Arms JOSEPH THOMAS TROWER, Balboa, C. Z.: IncIus'rriaI Management Induslrial Managemenl Sociely, 3, 4: Drama Tech. I: Glee Club, I, 2, 3: Sociely Tor Advancemenl of Management Dean's List I: "The Legends," 2, 3, 4. CHARLES FREDERICK TRUETT, Mt Vernon, Ga. Civil Engineering. Q . X James L. John M. Taylor Taylor, Jr. X523 YW r x xNXif5 X N w XA x Q x - -T i i :gf , : QQ xg .:- n . - X.......w. - .. . h .,. X.,,,.., 1 x ' ,CNA . .1 ,- ,f ..,.,:s ,- - X X3 -, 'sv xr gs- S. SSI-if.. Clifion A. Roberi E. Michael D. Lesier N. Teems Tharp 'xv , .w...X Bob L. Alberr A. Thomas Thomas, Jr. Thornron Thrasher, Jr. James C. Harwell P. Tillman, Jr. Tilly, IV Harry M. Charles D. Tomlinson Toney, Ill Solly Roberl 6. Toussier Trapnell Joseph T. Charles F. Trower TrueH', Jr. Newly formed Scuba Club uses Tech pool Doris A. Daniel R. Truill Tucker, Jr Thomas R. William G. Turner T GSOVQG l-- Robefl W- Dramaiech presenfs Joan of Arc. Tyler, Jr. Tyree, Il f A fllll0 WSF ge+s S6,000. Michael B. R GSF6lCliO Ufler "MH Four simulfaneous games won by Chess Club member. Allred R. Sam L. Van Landing ' 444 liam VanLandingl'i A. Michael Rafael E. Varney Vegas CLASS QF 1963 DORIS ALEXANDRIA TRUITT, Easl Point Ga.: Malhemalics: KIJKCIJ. DANIEL ROY TUCKER, Columbus, Ga.: OAK: Who's Who in American Colleges and Universilies: Induslrial Management ATQ, Secrelary, Vice President 3, President 4: Scabbard and Blade Nalional Mililary Honor Sociely: Toas+masIer's Club, I, 2, Secrelary, Vice President 3: Ramblin' Reclf Club: Sludenl Council, 3: Sludenl Council Advisory Cabinet 4: Judiciary Cabinet TECHNIQUE, News Slalt I: Maior lBaJrt Ex. Qllficerl, Army R.O.T.C.: IFC, IFC Honor Board, Sec., Chairman. WILLIAM GAIL TWYMAN, JR., Toronlo, Qnlario, Canada: Induslrial Management Induslrial Managemenl So- ciely, 3, 4: Sociely for Ihe Advancemenl ol Management 3, 4. GEORGE LEONARD TYLER, Barlow, Fla.: Eleclrical Engineering: TBII: HKN: Briaerean Sociely. ROBERT WALTER TYREE, ll, Trenlon, Tenn.: Eleclrical Engineering: EN, Alhlelic Chairman, 2, Pledge Marshall, 2, Reporler, 3, Rush Chairman, 3, 4: Vice-President Senior Class: Koseme Sociely, 3: Sludenl Council, 3, 4: Bulldog Club, 3, Ramblin' Reclc, 4: Alpha-Y Phalanx, 3, President 4: YMCA'Cabinet 3: Presidents Advisory Commillee, 3, 4: Wesley Foundalion: Execulive Roundlable, 2: TECHNIQUE, 3, Sludenl-Facully Honor Commillee, 4: Facully Parking Commillee, 3, 4: Baseball, I. MICHAEL BARRY UFFER, Memphis, Tenn.: Eleclrical Engineering. GERALD OTIS USRY, Augusla, Ga.: Mechanical Engineering: HT2: Co-op Club, 2, 3, 4: Sociely ol American Mililary Engineers, 3, 4. ALFRED RENEAU VAN LANDINGHAM, Macon, Ga.: Chemical Engineering: KA, Hislorian: American Inslilule ol Chemical Engineers, 4: Caplain, Army R.O.T.C. SAM L. VAN LANDINGHAM, Allanla, Ga.: Mechanical Engineer- ing: EN, Alumni Contact Sludenl Council Mechanical Engineering Represenlralive, 4, Eleclions Chairman, 4: Freshman Camp, 4: American Sociely of Mechanical Engineers, 2, 3, 4: Alpha-Y Phalanx, Melhodisl Youlh Fellowship: Inlerlralernily Council'Honor Board: Leadership Conlerence Represenlalive. A. MICHAEL VAR- NEY, DeLand, Fla.: Aeronaulical Engineering: ATA: CDHE, I, 2: EFT, 3, 4: TBII, 4: St PaIriclc's Council, 3, 4: lnslilule of Aeronaulical Sciences, 3, 4, Secrelary, 4: Bulldog Club, 2, 3, 4: Dean's List I, 2, 3, 4. RAFAEL ENRIQUE VEGAS, Caracas, Venezuela: Induslrial Engineering: Pan American Club, I, 2, 3, 4: American Malerial Handling Sociely, 2, 3, 4: American Inslilule ol: Induslrial Engineering: 2, 3, 4: New- man Club, I, 2, 3. JULIO ARTURO VENGOECHEA, Marracaibo, Venezuela: lndus- Jrrial Engineering: AXA, Secrelary, I, Social Chairman, 3, 4. WILLIAM JEROME VEREEN, Moullrie, Ga.: lnduslrial Management EAE, Eminenl Warden, 3, Chairman of Scholarship Commillee, 3, Chairman ol Finance Commillee, 3, 4, Execulive Com- milrlee, 4: Scabbard and Blade, 3, President 4: AKKII, 4: Semper Fidelis Sociely, President 3, 4: Presidents Club, 3, 4: NAVY TILLER, I, 2, Assislanl Edilor, 3, Associale Edilor, 4: Navy Drill Team, I, 2, C.P.O., 3, Commander, 4: Navy R.O.T.C. Marine Corps OpI'ion, 3, 4: Sludenl Advisory Commillee lo Ihe President 4: Sevenly-Fillh Anniversary Commillee, 4. HARRY DAVID WADE, Allanla, Ga.: Building Conslruc- lion: EX: Sludenl' Council, 2, 3, Chairman Welfare Commillee, 3: American Inslilule of Archilecls, Ramblin' Reclc Club, 2, 3, 4: Lieulenant Army R.O.T.C. RUSSELL EDWARD WALDEN, Milledgeville, Ga.: Induslrial Engineering: AHM, 4: American lnslilule ol lnduslrial Engineers, 3, 4, American Malerials Handling Sociely, 3, Vice President 4: Execulive Roundlable, 3, Secrelary, 4: St PaIriclc's Council, 4: Regi- menI'al Slalt Major, Army R.Q.T.C., Dislinguished Mililary Sludent LEWIS AN- THONY WALDROIP MarieI'I'a, Ga.: Civil Engineering: XE, 3, 4, Secrelary, 4: Ameri- can Sociely of Civil Engineers, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer, 4. KENNETH FRANK WALEND, Miami, Fla.: Induslrial Engineering: GJX, Chaplain, 2, Librarian, 3, Secrelary, 4: -DH2, I, AHM, 4: Georgia Tech Pholography Club, I, 2, 3, 4: American lnslilule ol: Indus- Irial Engineers, 4: Newman Club, I, 2, 3, 4: Glenn Dormilory Senale, I: American Inslilule ol Archilecls, I, 2: American Malerials Handling Sociely, 4: TECHNIQUE, I, 2, 3, 4, Pho'I'o Edilor, 4: RAMBLER, I, 2, 3, 4: BLUE PRINT, I, 2, 3, 4: Dean's List I. RONALD WALTER WALLACE, Allanla, Ga.: Eleclrical Engineering: HKN, 4: Sigma- Y Phananx, Secrelary, 2, President 3: YMCA Cabinet American Insl'iIu'I'e ol Elec- Irical Engineers: lI.E.E.E., 4l: TECHNIQUE, Summer Managing Edilor, 2, Fealures Edilor, 3, Dean's List 4. CLAUDE LEONARD WALTERS, III, Plains, Ga.: Induslrial Management Sociely for The Advancemenl' of Management 3, 4. CARL AUGUST WALZ, Savannah, Ga.: Civil Engineering: American Sociely ol Civil Engineers, 2, 3, 4: Barbell Club, 3, 4: Baplisl Sludenl Union, 2, 3, 4. ALBERT ALLEN WARD, Savan- nah, Ga.: Induslrial Engineering: BQDH: American Inslilule ol Induslrial Engineers, 3. 47 Circle K Club, 2, 3. Julio A. Vengoechea , -, , , ,- Q 3 f f 4 A K , , . .... , . Magi ge ' 5 - 5-153 1 .4 ms - William J. Vereen , , '5 f , ' .. .W ' saw, . 'affa- 'iiw V. . ff f v , 1, 1 5 'f 'wr f ,gif Q . Ag Q J my f K as Harry D. Russell E. Wade, Jr. Walden I 'lvi 1- . ' "" f' .f ' , I :--- 'a 'I I Q. .,,.. I. .iq V. . I' S ..,,..,. is ' Lewis A. Kennelh F. Waldrop Walend if Ronald W. Wallace Carl A. Walz .,-,. "K, ,M . , f, .7 -Qfft ., 5 .Q L I , X A N. 3 Y N X 5E2f.1.5a k Claude L. Walrers, III as aw x s KS' 5 s v'Qw3Lw.i?:gik1iY35 - '- nf 552 ?5i.,,:gqgg'f. ' ' if ,i ' . f ' 'Ho -. fjy : -. 1 :f , gig V' . Alberl' A. Ward, Jr. Roberl F. William V. I Warnock I Walers James F Th E b . . omas . The Bom er Walson Weaver 446 , Darrow L. Ernesl W. James A. William F. Webb Webb Webb Webber ROBERT FRANKLIN WARNOCK, Waycross, Ga.: Mechanical Engineering: Ve+eran's Club, I, 2, 3, 4: American Sociely of Mechanical Engineers, 4. WILLIAM V. WATERS, MI. Vernon, Ga.: Indus+riaI Managemenl: ATO, House Manager: Sludenl Council: Judiciary Cabinel: American Marlceiing Associalion: Major, Regimenlal SIa'FF, Army R.O.T.C. JAMES FORTE WATSON, Columbus, Ga.: Texliles: TKE: fIJXIf, 3, 4: Barbell Club, 2, 3. THOMAS EDWARD WEAVER, Wood- bury, Ga.: Aeronaulical Engineering. DARROW LEE WEBB, Nineiy-Six, S. C.: Physics: Y-Cabinel: Barbell Club, Presidenl, 3, Secrelary, 2. EARNEST WALTER WEBB, Meller, Ga.: Indusfrial Managemenl: Sociely of Auiomolive Engineers, 2, 3: Socieiy for Jrhe Advancemenl of Managemenl, 4: American Marlqeling Associa+ion. JAMES ANTHONY WEBB, Allania, Ga.: Civil Engineering: American Socieiy oi Civil Engineers. WILLIAM FRED WEBBER, Phoenix, Ariz.: Physics: EX: Amer- ican Insfilule ol Elecirical Engineers: BLUE PRINT, I. EDWARD ANDREW WEINMAN, Sleubenville, Ohio: Eleclrical Engi- neering: HKN: T-Club: Insliiure of Radio Engineers, Vice Presidenl, 4: Fooiball. FENDALL EDWARD WELCH, Jackson- ville, Fla.: Building Conslruciiong Pershing Rifles, I, 2: Rifle Team, I: Barbell Club, 2, 3, 4. PAUL FREDERICK WELL- BORN, JR., Macon, Ga.: Mechanical Engineering: AXA: Bulldog Club, 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secrelary, 3. RALPH WILBUR WELLINGTON, Menior, Ohio: Indusirial Engineering: ATU. WINSTON WILLIS WELLS, Colguill, Ga.: Tex- files: AKIIU, 3, 4: Vice President 4: American Associalion ol: Texlile Chemisls and Colorisls, 3, 4: S+. Pa+ricIc's Council, 3, 4. KENNETH DOYLE WEST, Decaiur, Ga.: Indus+rial Engineering: TKE, I, 2, 3, 4, Officer, 4: American Ins+i'ru're of Indusirial Engineers, 3, 4: American Maierial Handling Sociely, 4: Triangle Club, I: Bapiisf Sfudenlr Union, I. CARLTON JACK WESTBERRY, Waycross, Ga.: Texiiles: EX: Texlile School Deparimenlal Srudenr Council Represenfalive. RUSSELL PERRY WHARTON, Memphis, Tenn.: Elecirical Engineering: ATA, Corresponding Secrelfary, 4: King's Men, I, 2, 3. Presideni, 4: Navy Radio Club, I: lnsIi+u.+e of Radio Engineers, 2, 3, 4: Dean's Lisl, I. WARREN OVERTON WHEELER, Birmingham, Ala.: EIec+ricaI Engineering: KE, Treasurer, 3: TBII, 3, 4: HKN, 3, 4: Scabbard and Blade, 3, 4: Inlerfralerniiy Council Honor Board, Chairman, Secrelary: Dean's Lisi, I, 2, 3. WILLIAM DAVID WHITE, I-Ieflin, Ala.: Eleclrical Engi- neering: LIDKCID: Dean's Lisl, I, 2, 3, 4. MATHER FOY WHITEHEAD, Rome, Ga.: Texlile Engineering: AKQID, 3, 4: Dean's Lisl, 3, 4. JOHN ALLAN WHITESIDE, Oxford, Ala.: Aeronauiical Engineering: Capiain, Air Force R.O.T.C. ROBERT EDWARD WHITLEY, Winder, Ga.: Mechanical Engineering: AECID: Socieiy of Aulomoiive Engineers, 2, 3, 41 Barbell Club, 2, 3, 4. JAMES SMITH WHITLOCK, JR., Bennellsville, S. C.: Applied Malhemalics, l A l i il I y, 1. I l fi Ky l Edward Andrew Weinman Tomas. P e d6 cl.Ass or 1963 I se, Winslon W. rlion Wellborn, Jr. Wells Wesl' Weslberry Wharlon Warren O. William D. lvlalher F. John A. Roberi E. James S. Wheeler While Whilehead Whiieside Whiiley Whiiloclc, Jr 441 Big Jim. CLASS OF 1963 James R. William H. C Whirlow Whiilow Wallace A. Daniel lvl. Riley R. Harold E. Homer C. Julian A. Wilcher Wilkes Willcox Willeil, Jr. Williamson, Jr. Wilson, Jr. William W. Charles l'l. Charles L. Thomas K. William W. Richard Wilson Wimloerly Windham, Jr. Winingder Wise. Jr. Wolf Charles C. Filzhugh L. Wommaclc Wood Fiffeen-love approached by Don Guniher. James R. Ronald S. Wood Woodard FW: ' .,,, . X , ' -'.. I 5,..,? SM! , A .-'. Jimmie L. John D. Jimmie E. Howell V. Woodruff Woodward Wray Wrighl' JAMES ROBERT WHITLOW, Lavonia, Ga.: EIecIricaI Engineering: Briaerean SocieIy, 3, 4: TBII, 4: HKN, 4: American InsIiIuIe oI EIecIricaI Engineers: Dean's LisI, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM HORACE WHITLOW, Birmingham, Ala.: EIecIricaI Engineering: Ameri- can InsIiIuIe oI EIecIricaI Engineers, I, 2, 3, 4: InsIiIuIe oI Radio Engineers, 2, 3, 4: TECHNIQUE, AssociaIe News EdiIor, 3, 4. WALLACE ALBERT WILCHER, Macon, Ga.: Mechanical Engineering: BapIisI SIudenI Union, I, 2. DANIEL MANNING WILKES, DayIona Beach, FIa.: IndusIriaI ManagemenI. RILEY RUSSELL WILLCOX, Dublin, Ga.: IndusIriaI Engineering: IIJAGD: TBH, 3, 4: Briaerean SocieIy, 2, 3, 4: AHM 3, 4, PresidenI, 4: -fIJK'CI1, 4: American I.nsIiIuIe oI IndusIriaI Engineers: Dean's LisI. HAR- OLD EUGENE WILLETT, JR., Savannah, Ga.: Civil Engineering: American SocieIy oI CiviI Engineers, 3, 4: AircraII Owners and PiIoIs AssociaIion, 3, 4. HOMER CLYDE BWILLIAMSON, LaGrange, Ga.: IndusIriaI Engineering: A2fI1: American InsIiIuIe oI IndusIriaI Engineers, 3, 4: American MaIeriaIs Handling SocieIy, 4. JULIAN A. WILSON, JR., FaIIs Church, Va.: EIecIricaI Engineering: Army Band, I: Pershing RiIIe DriII Team, 2: Band, I: VarsiIy Cheerieader, 3: CadeI CapIain, Army R.O.T.C. WILLIAM WARREN WILSON, Toccoa, Ga.: TexIiIes. CHARLES HOWARD WIM- BERLY, JeIIersonviIIe, Ga.: IndusIriaI ManagemenI: 2CIJE, Scholarship Chairman, 4: Arnold Air SocieIy, 3, 4: BapIisI SIu,denI Union, I: GIee CIub, I, 2, 3, 4: BLUE PRINT, I: ISI LieuIenanI, CapIain, Major, Air Force, R.O.T.C.: FIighI IndocIrinaIion Pro- gram, 4'.lCHARLES LeROY WINDHAM, JR., AIIanIa, Ga.: IndusIriaI ManagemenI: 2X, Vice PresidenI, 3, PresidenI, 4: IndusIriaI ManagemenI SocieIy, 3, 4: SocieIy Ior AdvancemenI oI ManagemenI, 3, Vice PresidenI, 4: AKIII, 3, 4: 1I2E, 3, 4: ToasI- m'asIer's CIub, 3, 4: Ensign, Navy R.O.T.C.: Freshman and B-Team FooIbaII, 3, 4. THOMAS K. WININGDER, NorIoIk, Va.: IndusIriaI Engineering: 2X. WILLIAM WASHINGTON WISE, JR.: NewIon Square, Pa.: Mechanical Engineering: 2sIDE, AcIiviIies Chairman, 2: CapIain, Air Force R.O.T.C. RICHARD WOLF, Miami Beach, FIa.:,IndusIriaI ManagemenI: LIJEII, Treasurer, 2, Vice Superior, 3, PIedgemasIer, 3, 4: InIerIraIerniIy CounciI, 3, Honor Board, 3, 4: SocieIy Ior AdvancemenI oI Manage- menI, 4: High Average Bowling, 2. CHARLES CALVIN WOMMACK, Panama, Republic oI Panama: IndusIriaI ManagemenI: InIernaIionaI SIudenIs CommiIIee, Cap- Iain, Army R.O.T.C. FLTZHUGH LEE WOOD, AIIanIa, Ga.: IndusIriaI ManagemenI: Radio CIub, I, Treasurer, 2: BLUE PRINT, 3. RONALD STEPHEN WOODARD, Fiiz- geraId, Ga.: Physics: QDKCID, 3, 4: TBII, 3, 4: 21'I2, 3, 4: Barbell Club, I: Dean's LisI, I, 2, 3, 4. JIMMIE LEONARD WOODRUFF, MadisonviIIe, Ky.: IndusIriaI Manage- menI: T-Club, 2, 3, 4: IndusIriaI ManagemenI SocieIy, 3, 4: AKYP, 3, 4: BLUE PRINT, 3: FooIbaII, I: FooIbaII SIudenI Trainer, 2, 3, 4. JOHN DAVID WOODWARD, Vienna, Ga.: Mechanical Engineering. JIMMIE EDDIE WRAY, Gardena, CaIiI.: IndusIriaI ManagemenI: ISI LieuIenanI, Air Force R.O.T.C. HOWELL VERNON WRIGHT, LaGrange, Ga.: EIecIricaI Engineering: InsIiIuIe oI Radio Engineers. JOHN DAVID WRIGHT, WesI PaIm Beach, FIa.: MaIhemaIics: TIME, 3, 4: CIJH2, I: KKIP, 2, 3, 4, SecreIary, 3, 4: ArnoId Air SocieIy, 2, 3, 4: CapIain, Air Force R.O.T.C.: FuIIon 40 84 8 Medai: Dean's LisI, I, 2, 3, 4. JERRY LEONARD WYATT, A+Ian+a, Ga.: AeronauIicaI Engineering: InsIiIuIe oI Aerospace Sciences, 3, 4: Freshman Gym Team, I: VarsiIy Gym Team, 2. WILLIAM MICHAEL WYNN, AIIanIa, Ga.: Physics: TBII: 2112: CDH2: Dean's LisI, I, 2, 3, 4. YUKSEL YESILTEPE, Ankara, Turkey: TexIiIe Engineering: InIernaIionaI SIudenI CommiIIee. GEORGE WOLTZ YORK, AIIanIa, Ga.: Civil Engineering: 2N: American SocieIy oI Geophysics, 2: 3: American SocieIy OI CiviI Engineers, 3, 4: VarsiIy Tennis TeamT'3, 4. DAVID HILTON YOUNG, III, RockmarI, Ga.: IndusIriaI ManagemenI: T-Book, I, SecreIary, 2, General SecIions Edi- Ior, 3, EdiIor, 4: ExecuIive RoundIabIe, 3, Membership Chairman, PresidenI, 4: Sons OI Tech, 4: LieuIenanI, Navy R.O.T.C. LARRY DOUGLAS YOUNGNER, Brunswick, Ga.: Indu.sIriaI Engineering: Co-op CIub, 2, 3, 4: American InsIiIuIe oI IndusIriaI Engi- neers, 3, 4: American MaIeriaI HandIing SocieIy, 3, 4: Camera Club, 4. LEONARDO ZAPICO., Habana, Cuba: IndusIriaI Engineering: Newman Club, I, 2: American Ma- IeriaI HandIing SocieIy, 3, 4, Treasurer, 4: American InsIiIuIe oI IndusIriaI Engineers, 3, 4: Swimming, I, 2. MICHAEL WILLIAM ZEISLER, FI. Lauderdale, Fla.: IndusIriaI Engineering: fIJE1'I: HiIIeI, I, 2, 3, 4: American InsIiIuIe oI IndusIriaI Engineers, 3, 4: American MaIeriaIs Handling SocieIy, 3, 4: Army R.O.T.C. JERE PERRY ZOLLICOF- FER, II, Henderson, N. C.: EIecIricaI Engineering: 2AE. John D. William M. 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Andrews, Howard R., Jr. Andrews, William B. LEFT: Abney, Ralph W., Jr Adams, Bobby R. RIGHT: Aulfman, Willie Kenneih Ausiin, Alberr W. Ayres, James A., lll, XXI' Azar, John M., XW Babb, James J., KA Backer, Charles J., IIPETI Backus, Henry G., Jr. Bagnal, Marion P. Bailey, James R., Jr. Baker, Byron R., EX Ballard, Ronald D. RIGHT: Ankrom, Charles B. Apel, Charles L., Jr. Arechag-a, Francisco J. Armslrong, Philip S., Jr., EN Arp, Earl W., Jr. Arrington, Micheal S. Askew, Flelcher C., Jr., ATS! Askins, Norman D., A2415 RIGHT: Barber, Henry J., EX Barker, Roberi C. LEFT: Barnes, Jeff A. Barneff, Gary S., AEII Barnefl, William R. Barnwell, Roberf E., KA Barneif, James L. Barflelf, Barbara A. L-R, Franny Brenlley, Bill George, Cal Bahlle, Henry Sawyer, Fred Hirons, Chairman, John Hayes LEFT: Barflell, Michael W., EN Bar'l'os, James M. Bales, Aubrey D. Beasley, James W. Beckworfh, William K. Beeman, Keifh R., Jr., ATA Behar, Esfher Bell, Charles H. Bell, William T., Jr., EX Benbow, Charles H. B. Benne'l'l', Roberl' E. Benfon, Louis B., Jr. Berman, Frank P., TEKD Bilger, David J. BELOW: Brown, Bobby D. Brown, Charles T. Brown, David H. Brown, Gary L. Brown, Monfe R., QZK Brown, Philip J. Brown, Roberl W. LEFT: Bowers, James D., ATA Boyelfe, M. Heyward Brackney, Edwin A. Bragg, Ernesl' F., Jr. Braie, Dennis C. Bramlelle, Tillman T., ll s BELOW: Branford, Roberl' E. Brantley, Homer F., Jr., AXA Branlley, Lawrence, TIKA Bredenberg, John J., Jr. Bricker, Jeffrey, AEH LEFT: Bishop, James A. Black, Billy R. Blizzard, John D. Bollon, Harold D. Bou, Jorge V. Bowden, John D. Briggs, Roberl P. Brock, Jerry C. Brooks, Del C., Jr., ITKQ Brookshire, James E., lll Bross, George R., Jr., ATQ A X 535 x ,,x. 7 Y 255 Q -A 1. .v B 1 N i -:- -so-sf .-,yy-4-.r,f..W1wgw-.K serawwfr - , A ,- . Kwsfkii ' f f , -. 46352: . 41,43-s " 35221153 "S'?C" 11 . isis 1 .H .U Brownlee, Frank H. Brune, Cary L., XT Brunson, William W., Jr. Bullock, Cullen L. Burbidge, David J. Burdelfe, Charles C., ATA Burdges, Kennelh P. Burgess, Jerry S. Burqin, James B. Burnley, Marshall S. Burns, Frederick W., Ill Burns, Henry K., Ill Burr, William L. V Q I W X, J N, x X, X if . li all I rv. . , . .sr was '- - Jie 'Wa .X x K 4 L 4- LEFT: Burris, William C., Jr., AXA Bussey, William W., Jr. Birchfield, Jerry L. 'IDKA Blackwood, David C TX Bledsoe, Douglas E AXA Blessey, Richard B. K2 Boggs, Richard P., ATQ Bond, Walden L., 1'IKA Bourgard, Lawrence D AXA Bowen, Gerald G., DIPE LEFT Camp, Michael H. Campbell, William A., ATS! LEFT: ' Cardenal, Jose, Jr. Carmichael, William C., lll K2 BELOW: Carr, Howard E., Jr. Carroll, Thomas K., Jr., EX Carfer Carter , Gilberf, Jr. Hugh Allon, Jr., Carfer, James L. Carfer, Joseph C. Carler, Neil X., 1'IKfIJ Carfer Roberl' W., Jr. Carfer: Slephen T., XV Carulh ers, Philip R. Case, Manson D., IIJEK Casey, Louie C., Jr. Casfillo, Milfon M. Casfle, Gary K. Caufhen, Thomas L. Chael, Vicfor J., Jr. KDFA Chandler, Edward Chapman, Joseph R., J Chapman, Marion P., Jr., TKE Chappell, James C., EX F. LEFT Bufler, John L. Caghan, Lawrence H., AEH Calbos, Dennis P., KZ Calhoun, Thomas B., Jr. LEFT: Campos, Francis M., X411 Canler, Jerry S., AEII LEFT: Carnell, Leon H. Carpenter, James S., Jr., AEKD 'I ':. ?15-L."lH-,.g: . 1 , s., e LEFT: Chrislian, William G., GIJKE Cilarella, Vicior J. Cl-ark, Edward A. Clark, Leo F. Clarson, Reuben E., BGII Claudef, Aman J., Jr. Clein, Michael A., AEH Clemenf, Charles H., Jr. Clemen'l's, Marshall Coafes, Roberl F., IDZK Cochran, William J., Jr. Cohen, Slanley H., fI1El'I 53 LEFT: Chappell, Joseph J., Jr. Charlelf, Richard R., TKE Charrin, Pierre H., 'DFA Chatham, Clifford R. Childs, Carl E., Jr. Chinkes, Joel D. Chow, James S. K. Chrisfian, Howard M. LEFT: Cohen, William S. Cohn, Alfred, AEH ..EFT: Sole, Roberl' T. 'ala William E BELOW: Collins, Thomas F. Collins, William R. Cook, John L. Cooper, David C., HKA Cooper, Fred S., Jr. Cooper, John B., Jr., B811 Cooper, William L. Corbett, Dewey N. Corbi'H', Ronald E., Jr., EX Corhern, Thomas J., lll Couch, William D. Cowan, Roberf D., lll Cowley, John R., Jr. Cox, Noah W. Cox, Roberf C., Jr., EQE Cramer, Ronald W. Creek, Malcolm A., 1112K Crismond, Lawrence L., TK Crissey, Dennis D. Cronier, Thomas S., A2111 LEFT: Coker, Marcus A., ECIIE Cole, James B., fIJI'A LEFT: Colley, David Ross, TIKA Collins, Raymond P. LEFT: Crowe, Hilion M. Crowell, John M. Crump, Norman D., TKE Culp, Harold W. Cumbie, Roberl' A., Jr., AXA Cunningham, Charles E., KE Cunningham, William N. DaCamara Can'l'o, Carlos Dailey, Randall B., DIPE Dalrymple, Edmond P. Daniell, Edmond P. Daniell, Raymond L. RIGHT: Davenpo-rf, Charles M. Davies, Thomas M. Davis, Harry S., BAE Davis, Joseph C. Davis, Richard Dan Dawson, James B. Dean, Alberl' L., ll, EX Dean, Larry A. Dearman, Olis D., Jr. Deile, Andrew J., lV Deisenroih, Clinlon W. DeLaTorrienle, Jorge, Jr. CLASS OF 1964 ABOVE: Dennis, Peier E., QAT DePue, Charles B., Jr., EX DeWebs'ler, Lloyd R., ll Diaz, Luis Dickerson, Hilion B. Dishinger, Charles W., lll Dobson, Charley G., Jr. Dodson, W. F. Lanier, XW Doo-brow, Joel H., AETI Dornbos, William A., AT BELOW: Downing, James R., lD1"A Draper, Roberl M. Duff, Royle R., BGTI Duffy, John W., Jr., KA Dugard, William T. Dyar, Thomas R. Easler, Melvin P. Edgar, Spencer G. Edwards, Donald C. Edwards, Harry S., Jr., TKE Elrod, Norman L., ECIJE Enclorf, Frederic H., Jr., AT BELOW: Enloe, Alfred O. Enlrekin, lvan W., AEKIJ Erickson, David A. Eriksen, David J., 'IJEK Ervin, Barry W. Eslerman, Michail A. Es'l'her, James D. Esiripeaui, Raul R., Jr. Efhridge, Jamey B., TIKA Eudy, Mebben M., Jr. X RIGHT: Eidson, William R., EN Eiland, James J. BELOW: Dellasega, John P., AZKIP Denney, Roy L., Jr., EN Eningfon, Philip H., Jr., zu: Ellington, Roberl' P., Jr. Ellioff, Edw-ard L., Jr. Elliolf, Gerald W. Ellsworih, Carl E., Jr., TKE Ellwanger, David W., KA Evans, Roberi' D., EN Ewell, George W., lll Falk, Michael W. Fanning, John W., Jr. Farabee, Cleaberf G., Jr., KA Farah, Adnan D. Farnham, Theodore C., Farrow, Larry J., AEG? Faughn, Louis D. Faulk, Wamon D., Jr. BELOW: Fields, William T. Fox, Wilfred Vaden BELOW: BELOW Faussemagne, Jack J., EQE Ferguson William M AZT Feder, Milfon E., AEII Field Frederick C Jr 1'IK1IJ Finlay, Roberf L. Fisher, George T. Fleeman, Samuel J. Fleicher, Gerald T. Fleicher, Roberl' S. Flom, Terrence E., EN Flowers, David C. Forsyfhe, Douglas J. Fox, Richard D., lll Frazier, Barry L., A2111 Freeland, Larry B., XW Freeman, Johnnie L., Jr. Fricke, Harold J., Jr. Frickhoeffer, William H Fricks, Walker N., Jr. Fridlinglon, Norman E. Friedell, Oflo R., lll Fuller, Donald A., ATA -1 TKE RlGl-lT: Fumbanks, John F., 1IJ1"A Gaillard, George S., lll Garcia, Carlos R. Garrefl, Arlie A. GarreH, Lulher A., Jr. Geise, J. William, Jr., AXA George, William W., ZX Gilberl, Beniamin F., GX Gill, Geoffrey C., KE Gillespie, Dean N. Girardeau, John H., lll Gissendaner, Jackson M., EN Gleason, Lewis W., Jr., TKE Goalder, Richard B., Jr., AXA Godbee, James R. Godbey, John W., Jr. Golden. Roberl J. Goldman, Leonard G. CLASS OF 1964 LEFT: Goclsby, Leon D. Goflsche, John H., BGTI 1' ...rimijiii-1' .7 :":'.:.:-gs: ,, if ,fa N LEFT: Gracey, Brian H., KA Graddy, Durwoo-d E.,'Jr. Granf, James L. Green, Larry W. LEFT: Green, William S., CITTA Greene, Frank B. Gregory, H. Clark, GIJKE Gregory, John T., IIKA ...eg . --'- .. r T 1 -.15 -. 'V . 'fill-:I.':51 B t. . s x Q Silks x ,S QM E Nm .X . -ssh WX . C SEN . . x X . X . .,.A,: ,lx Q . aw New . W X Y . NSN w Grooms, Troy E. Q ji? BELOW: . Hall, Kennefh R., mx ji' f LEFT Hallman, James L., IIJKT Q' ' ff, . I amer, Lesl' C., J ., ATA K- - Grier, George W., lll Hamillon, Duran A,, IEA 5 A ' Gflfflnr JGFUSS D-. EN Hammond, Charles L. ' Griffin. Terry T-. 'MG Hampton, clemenrf O., Jr., GE ABOVE: Hanchey, Jerry L., ATA Hancock, Ronald W., IIKA Haney, Halcuit P., GFA Hanson, David F. Harberson, James L., ATA Hardy, Clive E. Hare, William B., Jr., ZAE Hargrelr, Wm. B., BIIIII Harper, C. N. Harper, George R., GX Harris, Eeniamin H. Harris, David P., Jr. Harris, G-arelh S. Harl, Jerald P. Harwell, Homer J., Jr., ATA Harwell, Richard M. Haslam, George M., lll, ZAE Hawkins, Jonalhan D., Jr. Hayes, John E., Jr., KE Haynes, David G. LEFT: Haynes, Kennelh W. Heard, Paul W., Jr., EN Heierman, William E. Heil, Russell H., TKE Heller, Ranier Hembree, Fred A., Jr. LEFT: Gross, Roberl M., Jr., EAE Gruber, Barbara Field Gruber, Bruce B., B911 Grynkewich, Nicholas E., Jr. HKA Guess, Harry A., Jr. Guinn, Jack B. Gunrer, Mickey B. Gunfher, Don H., Jr., ATA Hackmeyer, F. William, Jr., Haddock, James W. E 'W-mis. M L YMCA? - f ... ' 'FF "" - Q . , LEFT: Henderson, Waller L. Hendricks, Thomas E., Henson, Bari Sanford Herckis, David, AE rr' Herringlon, David E., Hess, Larry W., AXA 457 iIJK'J EX BG I CLASS OF 1964 LEFT: Hickinbofham, John W., KA Hilkman, Mark R. Hill, Herman A. Hirons, Fred M., lll, EAE Hobgood, James W. Hoculf, William H., KE Hodges, Jimmie R. Hogshead, Frank M., EAE RIGHT: Holland, Frank M., Jr. Holland, Max C. Holley, Joseph L., Jr. Holman, Roberl' G., Jr., ATE! Holmes, John D., HKA Holmes, Wayne R. ABOVE: Hollon, Willard A., Jr. Hopkins, Jerry D., ATA Ho-pkins, Marcus P., Jr. Horak, Roberl' H., QA9 Horlon, Richard H. Howell, Cleves H., lll Howlelf, John K. Huddlesfon, Gene K. Hufford, Arfhur D., Sr., KA H'-'mPl1f2Y. Geofqe T., lll B911 RIGHT: . Jolly, James R., Jr., ZAE Jones, James N., ll, GX Jones, Randal E. Jones, Roberl W., ll, BX Jones, Warren T. Jordan, Leland K., lll Kalikow, N. Richard, QED. Kane, Gary M. Kane, Sheldon E. Karnes, Lionel P., B911 Hun-l', Edwin M., ll llrzkowrfz Marlin G TEIIJ Hufchins, Terry W. Jackson Joe F Hufhnance, Edward D., Jr. Jackson Thomas E Ingram, C. Wesley James Lynwood M Jr EN Innes, Sleven S., B911 Jarrell Temple W EX ABOVE: Jeffcoal, Harry, lll RlGl'lT3 , Jenkins, Frederick H., Jr., EX Kalef- Mafllfl l--.,QE1-I Jenkins' Sfephen R. Kavanaugh, Dennis M. Johnson, Douglas G., Jr. Johnson, Edgar M. Johnson, Terry W., TKE BELOW: King, Larry S. Kirkland, Philip A. RIGHT: Keafing, John E., Jr. Keisling, John H. Keilh, Joseph D., TKE Keilh, Roberf W., CDK2 Kelley, Zane R. Kelly, James C., KA. Kendall, Sfephen R. Kenf, Michael B. Keyer, Richard F., Jr. Keys, John W., Ill, GX Keyserling, Charles M., AEII Kiebler, Carl N. ,KA Kirkland, Russell K. Ki lin Paul A s q, i. Kleinman, Louis F., KIJEII Koch, Alexander R. ABOVE: Kress, Howard C. LaBudde, Lynn J. LaCapra, John R., ATS! Lamb, Ben J., lll, lI'I'A Lamberf, Franklin D., Jr. Lane, William A. LEFT: Kilgore, William R. King, Henry M., Jr. Koplin, George A., IIJEK Korsak, Sleven A. Larrazabal, Luis J. Larson, Kennefh L. 59 ABOVE: Long, Thomas H. Longmire, O. Kennefh, QEK ABOVE: Lepow, Frederick A. Latham, Tracy W. Levifi, Barry K., AETI Lafour, Theodore A., HKIIJ Leyy' Alvin CU AEII I-BWVEUCG. Ralph W- Lineberger, Edward A. Lawson. Cvrvn T-. AT Linron, Sidney E., QA9 l-Bidi. Philip A- Linville, George D. LGBSUFE. JSFFIQS A-. TPA Lipscomb, Lawrence O., ll Lederman, Arfhur L. B911 l-ee. CharleS E- Livingsfon, Thomas M., Jr. I-29. Gaffeff P-. Q59 Lockwood, J. Charles, EX I-90. Fred P-. TET' Loflin, Charles R., EQE BELOW: Lucas Edd A 1 Y - Luckey, Alfon D., ZX Luiga, Pel'er A. Lynn, James D. Mahoney, Philip M. Mallard, Jerry F. Mallory, James H. Manley, Mark J., K2 RIGHT: Lord, Larry Lorenz, Sleven A Lores, Manual E. Lowry, D-aniel W. l-YOHS. JEHTEY l-- Manley, Ray T., Jr. l-YOFIS. -l0l'H1 5- Manucy, Michael J., KE LYOTIS: l-GFVY E- Marchand, Ernesf O., XW Mackge. Paul E-. Jr- Marino, Michael J., 'IJFA MacKinnon, L. Gillis, Ill Marfellgffo' Joseph A, Maddox, Nolley R., AXA Ma,-fin' Glen H, RIGHT: Massey, Wm. Moore, Jr. Malihews, John A., ATE! Maxwell, Ben R., Jr., ATA Mayo, William T., Jr. Maziar, Jerry L., AE1'I McBride, Thomas E., Jr., AT!! McCall, William R., KZ McClendon, Lucian P. RIGHT: McClure, Thomas D. McConnell, Maurice A., Il, K2 McCurry, Douglas C. McCulchen, George H., ll McDaneil, Roberl' G., ATS! McDonald, Clyde B., lll McDonald, James E., Jr., AZID McDonald, Roscoe B., Jr. LEFT: Marlin, Marion F., Ill Marlin, Philip L., XVI' LEFT. McDonald, William R., Jr. McDowell, D. Jean, AEA i L1 R I K. l A l l f l 1 l . ,Al i l l I l, ll. l BELOW: McKaughan, Joe G. McKinnon, James K., 1'IKA McLaughlin, Philip M., Jr. A241 McMillin, John A., A2111 McMorris, Ralph E., ATQ McRae, Dudley A., Jr. Medlin, Melanie R., AEA Meyer, James E. Middlebrooks, Leonard M., AT Milam, George P., Ill Miller, Jack V., A211 Miller, James K. Miller, Waller D. Millican, Roberl' E., Jr. Minlz, Roberl' B. Mize, William N. Moler, Roberl' M., KIJKT Moncrief, Marion L., Jr. Moody, Alwyn O., Jr. Moore, Fred W., Jr. Q 'ww xxx, 'k Q L Se sg x exe. LEFT: McElroy, David R., Jr. McGarily, Marshall G. MCG-ee, Gordon H., Jr., A2419 McGehee, William L., ZAE Mc6ibony, Robert F., lll McHugh, John James, lll LEFT: Moore, John F., Jr. Moore, Michael M. ABOVE: Moore, William E., Jr. Moore, William H., Jr., K2 Moorhead, Arfhur H., Jr. IIKA Moraifinis, Nick Morgan, Hugh W., Jr. Mo-rris, Charles F., Jr. Morris, Charles W.,-FAI Morris, John W., Jr. Morrow, Earl P. Moser, Enoch L. Moses, Ray N., Jr. Moss, Harvey R., EAE Muccio, Roberl' S., Newman Club Mullis, Alvin C., IIJKE Murphy, Barry B., ECIJE Murphy, David L. Murrah, Bascom W., Ill, K2 Myers, Frank E., Jr., X11 Naiion, Sidney L. Neeley, Pafrick L. ABOVE: Neiman, Roberi E., Jr., ATA Nelson, Ronald R., HKA Newkirk, William B., Jr. Newsome, Lawrence E. BELOW: Nix, William M. Norman, Roberi' H., A2111 Norlon, Roberl B. Oddo, Sanfo C. O'Kelley, John F. Oliver, Leonard E., Jr., ATA O'Neil, John A., Jr. Orfega, Humberto deV. Ospina, Eduardo BELOW: Niblelr, Larry E. Nicholson, David P. RIGHT: Newfon, Thomas M. Nguyen, Khoi N., 95 ABOVE: Pearson, Conrad E. Peeler, Lee C., TKE Perdue, Thomas H., KA Perez, Bolivar T. Perry, Charles H., Jr., A2119 Perry, Reginald H. Perry, Slephen C., KZ Perryman, John M., Jr., KA Perusse, Joseph S., Jr., ZX Peferman, Waller B., Jr. LEFT: Pairick, Overslreei, Kennefh E. Pahl, Roberl- S., IIKA Papageorge, Thomas E. Pardi, Carlos A. Parker, Joel F., ZAE Parr, Joseph W. Parrish, Terrell A. Parro, Rando-lph H., KE Passman, Slephen L., AEH Palerson, Murray R. CLASS CF 196 Roberl E. Paul, Roberl J., ATA Pelerson, Eric A. Phillips, George H., Jr., EX Phillips, Jerry R. Phillips, Joseph E., ATA Phillips, Richard M., AEII Pickeil, George F., Jr. Pigg, Roberl' W., Jr., QK2 Pignalaro, Richard G., GX Pirnie, Morgan S., KA Pilrs, David Y. LEFT: Pleasanls, Joe A. Plumley, Wallace, Jr. Pope, James G. Pope, Ray, Jr. Porfer, Jack L. Plowden, Evans J., Jr., ATS! LEFT: Porler, Joseph W., Jr. Porluondo, Juan M., lll Posfrozny, R. Po'H's, Roy V. Pouncey, Lee R., KE Powell, Marvin C. Pramik, J. Kennefh Prann, John E. Prann, Joseph A. Preslon, Edward H., Jr. ABOVE: ABOVE: Rhineharf, Roberl' R., EN Rambo, George E. Rice, Charles K., Jr., ATA Ramsey, Samuel R., Jr., EX Richards, Everefl L. Ramsey, Thornwell L., Jr., ATS! Richardson, James B., Jr. Ray, Charles G., Jr. Richardson, Thomas W., EAE Redden, Janice B. Richie, Robelrl' W. Reddic, Carroll A., lll, XII? Righlmyer, Charles W., Jr. Redding, Rogers W. Ringer, James E. Reed, Roger A. Ris. Cl'l5l'le5 H-. lll. 9X Reeves, Willim B., AECIJ Rofberrs, Ralph M., Jr., GX Reid, Nancy J, LEFT: Price, Lynn F. Prosser, Randy Proulx, Richard L., A2611 Purvis, Donald L. Purvis, Ronald L. Quarles, Edward W., Jr., A2111 Quinn, Ernesl' L. Ralslon, William C., Jr. LEFT: Robinson, Jack D., BGJII Robinson, Jerry C. Roby, James P., lll Rocker, James T. Roerig, George H., KA Rogers, Michael L. 463 Seals, Thomas A., Jr., ATR RIGHT Rufland Rober'l'D CDEK Rydef-MJ-.GX LEFT: Rogers, Richard W. Rogers, Roberi' P. Rogers, Roberf V., TKE Romanchuk, Charles R., IDKE Roih, Alan H., TEQ Rofhman, Leonard, AE H Rupnik, Louis J., TKE Rushlon, Alvis M. RIGHT: Sanclemenle, Julio C. Sanders, Emmell W. Sanders, James R., Jr. Sanders, Myron E., Jr., BGII Sanders, Terry D. Sarral"l', Lamar E. Safierfield, William H., ZQE Sawyer, George W. BELOW: Sawyer, Henry C., EX Scales, Sam A. Seals, Marvin, Ill, EAE Scarrz, Dominick T., Jr., KE Seeley, Frederick E. Schultz, Ralph H. Schwab, Waller H., Jr. Schwarcz, Donald A. Schweinfurih, Werner E. Scoff, Charles E., QA6 Sco'l'f, Kenneih E., AXA Scolf, Lucius E., Jr. Sexfon, Frank M., EX Sharpfon, Philip A., ATQ Shepard, Melville J. Shiver, Francis D. Shiver, Warren D. Shoemaker, Ronald W. Shoup, Thomas M. Saff, Edward B., AEH Salmon, William C. LEFT: Shuler, Bruce B. Sigman, Roberf K. Simmons, John W. Simpson, George W., EX Sims, Gregory V. Sims, Lenus L. RIGHT: Sineaih, John Q., lll, EAE Skodacek, Kenneih F. P. Slaseman. Douglas F. Slay, Ralph E., ll Slone, Roberl' A. Small, Roberl' B. BELOW: Smilh, careman D., Jr., KIJEK Smffhwick. Luke G- gmgfhl David R. Smorhers, Thomas A., Ill, B911 smnh, Edwin A., A2111 Sfwqes. Rqbgrf M.. III. IIKQ Smifh, Forresl' D. SHUQQS. WIIII-am E- Smifh Lloyd E., Jr. Solomon. GUY D-. X41 Smifh Mallory L., TKE Sowp. Pell-If W- gmifh Ralph J' Spam, Robert S. gmifh ggdney Bl' HI Sparkman, Frank S., Jr., 'IJKE Smiih, Terrence M., ATA SP-2fkS.,CheS+9f., AEH 5,-nm-,I Whifney E- Spaulding, Wllllam E., Jr. A x LEFF: Speed, Roger D. Spence, Don G. Spence, Isaac L., Ill, K2 Spiegel, Ronald J., AXA Spiker, Roy A., GX Spivey, Jack M. Spohr, Ludwig W. S rin field Kel P Q , ly B., Jr. Spruell, Paul F., EN Spurlock, Barry L. LEFT: Slair, Gary L., QKE Siamm, John E. Slanley, James B., Jr. Stanley, Lloyd O. Stanley, Wm. C. Sfarr, Roberf C. LEFT: Slarr, Sfanley R. Sfarr, Susan Slarreif, Richard H. Sfaunfon, Lawrence P. Sleed, Jim A., 'PFA Slender, William H., Jr Sfephens, Jack M. Srephens, Waymon J. Sfephenson, Larry G. Sfewarf, Joseph D. Sliber, Jules, QEII Sfinson, Terry D., EN Sfobs, James R., II, GX Sfock, Ronnie G. 465 LEFT: Sweren, Jay l., TEKIJ Tallon, Philip A., TKE Tapia, Guillermo R. Tale, Joseph L., Jr. Taylor, George M. Taylor, Henry C., Jr., A2417 Taylor, John S. Tessner, R. Lynnard ABOVE: Slokes, Thomas R., Jr., GX Slone, David R. Sfone, Marlin L. Sfoneking, Jerry E., GE Stoner, David M. Sfovall, Warren S., HKA Slreeiman, William E. Slrickland, David H. Slrong, Roberl' L., EX Slubbs, James A., Jr., TKE Slurdivanl, James G. Siurgis, William A., AT Sugden, Kenneth P. Sullinger, Edward A. Sullivan, John M. Sullivan, Roberl' S., X119 Sumiis, William W. Sundberg, Einar P. Surles, Russell C. Swain, Ronald H. CLASS DF 1964 ABOVE: Terander, Eve R. Theriol, Don C., KE Thomas, Hue, lll Thomas, Jesse, lll, XXI' Thompson, Thompson, Thomason Thomason Thom son P I - Thomson, Frederick L., lll Thrasher, Henry Grady, lll ATS! Tidwell, John C., QA9 Tilley, James G., lll, AXA Tillman, Lorne A. Tilus, Theodore, lV Todd, Harold R., GX Todd, William J., AQ!! Tolberl', Roberl' E. L., Ill, ATA Tolleson, G. Palrick, EAE Tomasovich, Stephen M., EN RIGHT: Weaver, William L., Jr. Webb, Frank R., A2415 Webb, Glenn F. Webb, Sfeven M. is LEFT: Topple, James H., ATQ Townsend, Burnell' K., Jr. Traughber, Pilner A., AT Trebifs, Robert N., AEIT Tremmel, George B., Ill, IIKA Trias, Jose A. Troxell, Henry M., EWIJE Truclel, John D., AXA RIGHT: Turner, Ernesl V., lll, ADD Turner, Joseph W. Turner, Thomas A., Jr. Turner, William D. Turnipseed, K. David TuHle, F. Thomas, B911 Tyson, William J., AXA Vaughn, Alvin E. Vaughn, Lindsey G., Jr. Veal, Frances E. Vickers, Edward F., EAE Vining, Michael T. LEFT: Trussell, Ernesl L. Tsonopoulos, Cons'l'anl'ine Tsurufis, Terry, TKE Tucker, Roberl' A. Tuckman, Michael S., AEH Tumlin, Chesler J. Tundermann, John H. Turner, Brady E. ABOVE: Vinson, James N., Jr. Voigl, George Q., Jr., TKE Von Herrmann, Bayard B. EAE 'Wagner, Charles E. Wallace, Charles L., KA Wallis, William D. Wallis, William L. Wallher, Daniel E. Ward, Berlrand W., Jr. Ward, George T., Jr. Warren, Thomas M., ATS! Wafkins, David W., Ill, IDX Walkins, Hugh R., Jr. Walkins, Marvin M. Watson, James R. Walls, William H., KA Wear, David W., ATA Weafhers, James P., Jr. Weaver, Frank W. Weaver, Larry D. 467 We We We We We Wh LEFT: n'l'z, Clyde R., Jr., ATA rner, John E., BIIJII sf, H. Max sl, James B., AXA slberry, James R., Jr. eeler, Joe E., Jr. RIGHT: Whelchel, George R., Jr. Whelchel, Paul H. Whilaker, Vernon T., Jr. While, James B. While, John N. Whilen, William T. Whifesides, Roberl' E., GFA Whillow, Douglas M. www: Weber, John H., Jr. Weekly, Keilh L., Jr. Wegener, Joseph P. Weidenmuller, Alois W. Weinberg, Roberl A., AEIT Weinman, Claggell F. Weiss, Jeffrey W., CIDEII Welch, Charles W. Welkey, Jon J. Wellborn, Hadley W., Jr. Wells, George W., Jr. Wells, Gerald D., ZAE Wells, Guy H., Ill, ADD Wenke, Bernard F., Jr., IIA E ver f X x , . CLASS OF 1964 ,-we .nov 523 ABOVE: Whilney, Edward B. Whillen, Wilbur C, Wicker, Jere C., AXA Wiener, Sanford, AEII Wiggins, Richard F. Wild, David J. Wilkerson, John M., lll, Wilkes, James L. TIKA Wilkins, Jere E. Will, James M. Williams, Avera S. Williams, Carolyn E., XS! Williams, Claude A., Jr. Williams, Glynn P. Williams, Joseph D., Jr. Williams, Ralph M., Jr. LEFT: Wilson, Michae Wills, Henry K., Jr. Wilson, Jerry T. Wilson, Jesse M - H 'If-' .T 5 . RIGHT: I J QKT vi 1 ' Wilson Ro and S. r. jfi-ji y f wilson: Theron cj .nj ea 235 ' gas' 2 ,gl '-', iff' 1 . r"v -55, ,. V, jar' :-,,f'5ilg,',,3n,s N-' f 1 .,a.:r-J-qqvzaerar H-. . ,,,,,. MTY' 5 QQQSQNJ v as-1, 'se'-r , J ABOVE: Wilson, Thomas A., B91'I Windham, Roberl' L. Wise, Alvin L., K2 Wiser, Daniel J., ATS! Wilcher, William G., Jr. WiH'e, Gary A., TKE Wiilick, Gary l. Woicik, Casimir M., DIPE Wolfe, David C. Wolfe, Joe B., K2 Wolffe, Edward H., AEII Wolfram, Charles E. Womack, Edwin F., Jr. Woodrum, Ar'l'hur, TKE Woodyard, Roberl E., Jr. Woolen, William H., Jr. Wren, Marvin M. Wrighf, Peier B., EX Wrighf, Ronald C. Wyly, Lemuel D., lll Wyss, Lawrence K. Yancey, Jack D. LEFT: Williams, Samuel R. Williamson, Henry L. Williamson, Richard D., Jr ZAE Willis, Thomas A., KE ABOVE: Young, Thomas H., ATA Zacher, Ronald A. Zehner, Sfephen P., AEQ Zeigler, Edward H., Jr. Zegueira, Ramon E. Zier, Edward M., Ill Zimmerman, Clarence D. Zumenls, George 469 LEFT: Yarbrough, Aldwin G. Yarbrough, Bobby R. Yeske, Paul B. Youmans, David L. Young, David M., Jr. Young, David W., AXA RIGHT: Abel, William F. Acerra, Joseph M., ZQE Adams, James B., Jr., EN Adams, James N. Adams, John H. Adler, Ben H., 'DFA Agoos, Andrew M., AEH Aguirre, Luis C. Aikens, Charles H., Ill, QFA Akins, James l., Jr., EX Albrighf, Roberf W. Alexander, Sfeven R. Allen, John D. Allen, Raymond L., Jr., ATA Allen, Young T., ll Allison, James C., EN Amelio, Gilberl' F., IIKA Anderson, Jesse H. Anderson, Pefer G. Anderson, Roberl' T. Andrews, Kenneth J., AETI ABOVE: Anile, Howard T. Anfepolsky, lra S., AEII Apple. James M., Jr. Armesfo, Raul Armisfead, Frank B. Armstrong, Bobby Jack, TKA Arnold, John D. P., Jr. Arnold, Joseph B., 'IPFA Arfhur, Arlhur, Michael E. Sfanley H., Jr., 'ITA Aspinwall, James A. Afen, Gary L. Afkins , Richard D., nl, mm Ausfin, David F. Ausfin Avery, Bacon, Bagwe Baile , Samuel W., GX William, KA Franklin C., Jr. ll, David L., EN Michael J. aakel' Ervin w., Jr., -112K CLASS DF 1965 L-R, Bob Scruggs, Jack Kelly, Gil Amelio, Chairman: Ron Slallings. LEFT: Baker, John B., AXA Balkcom, Henry L., Ill, EX Ballard, Thomas R. Ballew, Thomas J. Banks, Thomas T. Barfield, John R. Barker, Howard M., Jr. Barlow, Thomas M., Jr. Barnard, Grady B., lllj Barnoon, Shlomo Barreff, Richard F., TKE Barron, William E., Jr. Barry, Ro-berl M., EAE Barilell, Harry G., Ill Balum, Ozen Baumqarfner, John A., Jr., EX Baxler, Earnest C. Baylin, Lee RlGl'lT: Brechner, Roberl' A., 'KDEH Bridges, William F. Briggs, Herberl' A. Brock, Allen J. Brock, Millon V. Broderick, Michael E. Bromberg, Sieve M., QEII Brookins, Clarence F., Jr., 1'IKfD Brooks, Auslin R. Brooks, Candler A., lll Brooks, Jimmy S. Brown, Bill, ll, HK? Brown, Bryan L., Jr. Brown, Harry J., Jr. LEFT: Bayliss, Charles M., Jr. Beam, Kennelh M. Beasley, Johnie C., Jr. Beavin, Paul R., Jr. Becknell, Douglas F. Becfor, Wendell R., Jr. LEFT: Blounl, Roberl' S., lll Boakes, William R., Jr., QKE Board, George W. Boardman, Roberl E., B911 Boalrighf, Karl A., AXA Bodenhamer, DouglasVM., KE Boggs, William 1B'. Boles, Claude E., Jr., AXA Bonilla, Harold BELOW: Bedingfield, John P. Beeman, Earl R., ll Beeson, Henry W. B'ell, James H., Jr. Bell, Lawson F., Jr. Bennel-l, Harvey E., KE Bennelr, Morgan O., ZX Bennelr, Rodger H. Benson, Norman D. Berry, Lawrence R., ZAE Billings, Thomas, TKE RIGHT: Booker, Henry L., Ill Boone William A. Bossak, Eric S., AETI Boswell, James T., ATS! Bouchelle, Julia D., AEA Boufwell, Osmond R., Jr. Bowen, Gerald A. Bowers, David T. Boyelrl, James M., AXA Braden, James D. Bradshaw. Terry L. Bragg, Carl K. Bragg, John l. Brandes, Thomas R. Branrley, William T., Jr. Birdwell, Gerald G. Biyins, Jack uB. Black Homer L. Blackburn., shenan H., AXA Blackman, James O. Blackwell, Ceylon B., Jr., EAE Blackner, Edward' J., Jr., ATA Blelck, Tom W., EAE Bley, David W. Block, Ala-n G., ll5E1'I Bloomberg, Coe A., TKE 472 BELOW: Bryson, Jon H., IIJEK Buckholdf, Paul H., Jr. Buckler, Thomas H., lll, 2 Buckslaff, Sherwood, Jr. Buran, Gerald' W. Burke, Freddie R., GX Burks, Glenn H. Burnefl, Roberl' O., Jr. Burnelf, William R. Burns, William T. Burnside, Ofis H. LEFT: Brown, Jerry W. Brown, Merle C., Jr Brown, Roberl' S. Brown, Wayne L. Brown, Willis H. Bryanl, Gordon S. ' , ,,. I " , f K I Z, I , Tf , g f I... 79- i.:..'I-f 117--5 ...QW "35- QW' x ' 3 ., ?- LEFT: Buller, Jerry B. Buller, Robert B., B911 Byars, Larry J. Byers, Kennelh G., Jr. Cabaniss, Harlesfon E., Jr. Cabe, Raymond C. Chin, James R., lll Caldwell, James W., Jr. Caldwell, Lynn B. Callaway, Alberf S. Camp, Ronnie W. Campbell, Graham R., QEK Carellas, James G. Cargill, G. Slade, lll, TKE Carlion, Larry E. Carpenfer, James S., Jr., A2417 Carfer, Michael C. Carrier, Sharon A., AEA Carfer, William R., Jr., EN Casfleberry, David A. Caswell, Dorsey L. RIGHT: Cafes, William C., EIDE Calhey, Oliver E., Jr. Cavifl, Gary L. Caylor Larry E. Chandler, Jerry W. Chapman, Frank B., TKE Chapman, Ro-be-rl' E., ll Chew, Douglass N., QKE Chick, Herberl G., GE Chrisfian, Leard H., Jr. Clark, William M., Jr., OE Clephane, Arl-hur H., Jr. Cliffon, Roberl' E. Coerver, Val iF., Jr., ATA Cohn, Leonard J., AEE Cole, Harry A., Jr. Coley, Maurice W., Jr., ZAE Collier, Henry B. 42 W X i ' I Burrell, Deloye R. Burroughs, Courfney B. Burrows, Charles A. Bursi, Charles D., Jr., KE Burson, Beniamin T., lll, AT Burlon, Ca'l'hryn L. Burlon, Richard L., Jr. Burton, William M. Bush, Roberl' M., AEG' Bussell, Gerald W. Butler, Gordon T., TKE RIGKHT: BELOW: Couch, James O. Courtney, Richard H. Coyne, Frank M., Jr. Craddock, Roberl' D. Crain, Kennefh, H., EX Crawford, Lewis O., Ill Crif-asi, Jack A., HKT Croff, Thomas H. Crook, James A. Croonquisf, Roberl' D. Crosby, Joseph A. Crum, Homer P., Jr., EX Crumbley, Russell R., Jr. Culpxepper, Sammy A. Cunningham, William B., Jr. QKT Currie, Richard M., Jr. Cufifico, 'B'ennie A., EIDE Cwierrny, Anfhony J., Jr. Dallis, Park A., Ill Dangar, James I. Daniel, H. Graybill, Jr. Darnell, John H. LEFT: RIGHT: Collins, Lesfer T., Jr. Collins, Michael A., AXA Comeaux, Ronald P. Comer, Maecus L., Jr. Conkle, Roney D., Jr. Conley, Larry R. Conn, James L. Conrad, Thomas W., 'IDEK Copeland, Sieve E. Corbin, Charles C., Jr., KA Cork, John M. Corley, John K. Dasher, George T. Dasher, Ronald D. Dasher, Thomas E. Daugherfy, George T. D-aughfry, Howard W. Davidson, James W. Davis, Alvin P. Davis, Briifon W., IV David, Daniel L., A2117 Davis, David J., TKE David, John B. Davis, Jo-hn J. Davis, Noel, AEH Dean, Paul E., Jr. Delmar, William L. Denney, Ronald L. Dennis, Roberl' P. Devine, John H., KA Dewberry, Joseph B., Jr. Deyo, Donald B., AXA Diaz, Manuel G. Dickens, J. Tom Diefz, Donald P Dillon, Maurice L., Jr., A2111 Dillon, Roberf C., AXA Dingwell, William A. Dinsmore, Theodore R., Jr. Dixon, G. Edward, Ill Dobbins, Hugh F. Dobbs, Marion D., Jr. Dodd, Parks A., Jr., XII? Dominy, John C. 474 5 Jax BELOW: Drummond, Charles W. Duane, Lawrence E., Jr., GX Duckelsl, Earl E., Jr. Duke, Charles E., ATA Dunten, Nicholas S., Jr. Duvall, Jack P., ATS! Eason, Ralph W., Jr. Eddie, Carrol T., Jr., B911 Edwards, James B., Jr. Edwards, William V., Jr., KDAG Elder, John T., Jr. Elders, Telford' E. Elgarresfa, Lorenzo, Jr. Eliezer, Israel, AEII Elkins, Alan W. Ely, Donald A., Jr., IIK'IJ Emkin, Leroy, AEH Emme'H', Clarence H., Jr. EmmeH', John R., ATS? Epps, Jones N., Jr. Epslein, Jack M., AEII Erickson, Raymond R. RIGHT: Donaldson, John A. Donaldson, John T. Dorrier, Thomas B., ATS! Dorfon, Raymond L. Doss, Roger C., KA Douglas, Walfer B., Jr., ZX Dowdy, Kermil' l., Jr., XCD Doyle, Roberl' J. Draisen, Barry H., QIJETI Drees, Carl B., Jr., Xllf CLASS OF 1965 ABOVE: Ervin, William D. Espy, Paul D., B811 Eiheridge, Dallas V., lll Eubanks, Ro-berl A. Farber, Sidney S. Fay, Donald B., Jr., 'EEK Ferguson, Paul G., A2411 Fernandez, Miguel A. Ferreu, Roberl L., HKA Feuchfer, Charles E. Fidler, James T., ATA Fielder, John P., ESDE Field, Marshall R. Fields, William D. Figueroa, David R. Fischer, Bruce A., CDA8 Filzgerald, Bruce D., 'DAG Fxlzsimmons, Joseph B. Fleming, Charles E., Jr. Flowers, Ronald E. Frazier, William J. -Freel, Julion C., Jr., TKE RIGHT: Freeland, Harrell R. Freeman, Clifford W., Jr. Freeman, James R., lll, BGII Freeman, Jeffrey D. Friederichsen, James B. Fruendf, Chrislian K., TKE Fry, John B. Fugale, Kelly G. Fulghum, Raymond E., GX Fussell, Roger H. Fulch, Raiforcl Simmons, Jr., EAE Galbaugh, Roberl G. ABOVE: Greene, Ford' C. Greene, M. Arlhur, AT Greiner, Charles A., Ill Grubbs, Frank C. Guesf, William R., lll, ATA Guilarfe, Waller D. Guilbeau, Edwin C., 1'IKA Guilberf, Edward H., Jr., fI91"A Hackler, Charles D. Haeger, John R., Jr., AT Hagar, Bruce H. LEFT: Gallemor, Windsor G. Gamble, William L. Ganaflo, Kirk T. Garcia-Carredas, Carlos E. Gardner, Howard L., ATS! Gardner, Spencer H., CIJZK Garlh, Roberl D., B911 Garvin, Charles D. Gallin, John L., Jr. Gaughf, Ronald C., GX Gazzo, Joseph A., Jr., AXA George, Charles E., Jr., CDKT George, Daniel B., AXA George, Philip B. Gibson, Malcolm J. Giddens, Williford S. Giray Tibel- Glendenning, George W., EAE RIGHT: Glockner, Ronald W., QKT Glover, Marion B., Jr. Godown, Joseph A. Goebel, Ronald A. Goeffsche, Dennis C. Goldberg, Sleven H. Goldner, John T. Gonzalez-Revilla, Roberlo Goodpasfure, John C., AXA Goodroe, Joseph H. Gordon, Jeffrey L., K2 Gordon, Roberi' C., 1'IKiIP Gossman, William F., Jr. Graeler, Pefer H., BG-WV Graham, Robbie L. Gray, Donald M., Jr., ZAE Green, Howard F., Jr. Green, John M. Green, Roberl' H. Green, Roberl' R. Greene, Charles E. , . qw Sig A ff ""' Haigler, James C., EX Hall, Alan T. Hall, Roberl' L., EAE Hallford, Roger W. Hamambrick, John D. Hamby, Herschel L. Hamillon, Roberl' L. Hammond, Roberl' L., Jr. Hammond, Thomas E. Hampton, James S. Hancock, Roberl D., Jr. IF' +-0 RIGHT: Hancock, Thomas G. Hand, Larry L. Hankinsoln, John L. Hardin, Roberl' E., Jr. Harmon, Edward G. Harms, Edward N. 76 A, ' -r 'argl -'rim . ., ,,.. V I - , All y JL E355 z A Q . 3, LEFT, 1 ' I 52 .'l ' - .:- . - " M ' s 2 - -f ff: '- K' -gi, M -. ' . 255 f , ' . .Y ' . of L - if 'g 'B . Harper. THHH. Jr- r .J 1 gg ' ' Q ' . A ' Harrell. AHC V-. JF- . ...W - ,,,5f5, 1 ,. ., ., f - - f, 1 . 1 . , V 4 J l ' ' Harrell- James W-r J'- iii .,,.. 12? -. K Q 7 , 'fi ' Harrell, William H., KA 4 ' 1 - .. '.- :.?,1 , H 15- " " . ' S 2 gas' ff' -V V- , . , Harringion, Berl' S., EAE Q- ' " A if-,vf I Harris, Baron A., AETI ..,,.. ,,.,,,. W ,.,. .,,, .Q ' " A ' ' Harris Huber? C Jr KA .:4:.,:,,,.:s- ':1-':5-:.,1-.g1:,::,,rg r.,.gj,f-"J ,' -rw' "'- :""'7:g'.5:1.gjfff5rar - -,ew ' v . ' ' f "'1if1'.,.:wsi,E: A H15-'S'3Q.'f,:: ,.. Harris, James K. ' I - rf' is-33.9 f A ., waz, .,... A 1' r,-,.:,.,..a nge 433- . ' gag? ' . ' ' if , ' ' Harris. John K- 5 ' V' Llafflsr glegle G-. JI'-. AXA ge'q .g'e. 'f3, l,, fi? 5,1L' : -, U A ,, 0' - f .1 arris o erl' R. lll ATA 3:53 " ' Q35 ii. " M '. ' .ff f Harris: william ri. ' ' 1. 'wif 2 5 ' if. 2. 'cm ' , T- " ' f -ki' Harlman, Kenneih J. se. 1 , K. 11, .- . ,wlgf . ,., Q , . ,- 2 nur, . ' , 1 fwfg,5,.?l f Lgfpyrg , I W Harvey, Thomas J., A2111 5.5, ' - r -V ' .i s -'-ggkgii X 1 1 y N A.. A- Q K i a I LEFT: Haus, George E. Hawkins, John iB. Hawkins, Roberl W., HKA Hayes, Douglas W. Haynes, Tom H. Hays Gary L. Heafherly, Ralph E. Heburn, George W. Henderson, Rayburn L. Hendrick, William B., GX Hendricks, Jimmy Hendrix, Roberl H. Herzog, Herber D., AEII Heselmeyer, Ro-ber'l' H., TKE Hess, Philip L., EX BELOW: Hoffman, Roberi' A., TKT Hoffman, Ralph A., XWP Holliman, Harrold H. Holf, Richard J. Hood, William S., KA Hooks, Billy D. Hopkins, James L. Horne, E. Walion, lll Horwifz, Kennelh M., fl5E1'I Houze, Donald R. Houze, Willner B., Jr., ABCD Howard, James M., Jr. Howlngfon, Douglas L., HKA Hubbard, Walier W. Hudson, Henry T. Hudson, Thomas W. Huff, Carey R., EN Huff, Joel H., Jr. Hulsey, Wayne G. Hurfo-rd, Barry J. Hulchinson, Larry S. Hya'H, Harold G. BELOW: Hesier, James G. Hice, Sfephen M. Hiemenz, John F., Jr. Higgins, Lawrence W. Higley, John A., Jr. Hill, H. Bryan, Jr. Hinson, George M. Hirsch, Myles E., AEH Hifchcock, George T. RIGHT: lley, Charles H., Jr., IIJEK lngraham, Roddy P. Ingram, Joe T., Jr. Isbell, George D., DIPE lvesier, James F. Jackson, Donald V., XW CLASS OF 1965 LEFT: RlGHT: Jackson, James L. Jackson, Mary A. Jackson, William E., lll J Ch rles T ames, a . James, Richard E., 111,03 James, Roger O. BELOW: Jennings, James E., Jr. Jennings, John S. Jernigan, William M. Joers, Pefer D., ll, EN Johnson, Donald A., EN Johnson, Douglas W., GX Johnson, Herman W., Jr., AE Johnson, Jack Frank, Jr., KA Johnson, Larry L., KA Johnson, Paul L., ATA Johnson, Roberl' D., Jr., AEG Kaminski, Joseph A., 2'IJE Karelilz, Richard L., AEII Kelley, Philip D. Kelly, Colin P. Kelly, Edwin L., Jr. Kelly, John W., ll Kendall, Jerry T. Kennedy, Kennelh L., ATA Kennedy, Roberl' H., AXA Kibling, Dewey R., ATA Kidd, Isaac C., lll, XGIJ Kinard, Kennefh J. King, Bernard M, King, Charlorle V., AEA King, Joseph 'H., Jr. Kirby, David M. Kirkpairick, John C., Jr., ZX Kislner, James M. Knighl, Charles L. Knighf, Jack, Jr. Kramer, Roberl' H. Kreilher, Paul l. Lamberi, Douglas R., BAE RIGHT: James, Voyle E., GE Jenkins, Jeffrey L. Johnson, Seaborn K. Johnsfon, Gerald M., DIPE Jones, Allen P., EAE Jones, Ralph J. Jones Roberl' R., Jr. Jones: Russell A. Jones, Terry V., CIPAG Jorden, William L. Jovanel, Phil G. Junk, Raymond B., Jr. Ju-rick, Roberl' R., X111 RIGHT: Land, Willie O., Jr. Landrum, Charles R. Laney, Leroy O., KE . FEL ' l. . R Q, :sv - r Q A -. ., v- im A A. , lL 5 - :fm : Q T f y ,g , - -e Y - 'A-J.'fE:1, .L 3 ' ' -, A , f, H , 78 ABOVE: Larkin, James A., AXA Law, Chrisfia-n H., TKE Lawler, Michael F. Leake, James J. LeCroy, Daryl G. Lee, Carlfon E. Lee, Roberl' E., Jr. Leslern, James W. RIGHT: Lellon, Frank H. Levine, Philip I. ' 1 .. ..,, . ff ' Q- 1 if ra, T' 6 s r gist A ' . . .,..., . . , , ,D . LEFT: Levy, Sleven J. Lewis, Roberl' L., Jr. Liddell, Roberi' E. Lighlbourn, Colin M. BELOW: Lindholm-, Rorberl' E. Liflle, William A., Jr. Lock, Gerald N. Long, Charlolle D. Long, Ralph A., Jr. Looney, John D. Lord, Roberl J., Jr. Love, Dennis T. Lovvorn Thomas C. Lyford, William T. MaCDowall, Jack S. MacGregor, Ro-bl. B. Madigan., william P. MalleH', James E., Jr. Mann Amos R. Mann: Charles R., Jr. Mann, Mary F., AEA Mann, Roberl L. Mann, Thomas L., Jr., 1112K Manning, Waller S., EX 1 ' A l - A A . . ' Wiiw , 1 - " ' KW f f CLASS OF 1965 LEFT: March, Thomas W. Marks, Gordorf E., Jr. Marks, John A. Marsh, Richard W. Maskol, Ronald W. Massey, Alberl' P., lll ABOVE: Maflison, Roland L. Maxwell, Hugh F., Jr. May, Clyde E. McAdams, Joe A. McCa.al, Burwell' E., GX McCabe, Edward' G., ATE? McCa-nls, Alan L., GE McCarl', William C. McCay, Ralph F., Jr., EEK McClary Joseph M., B911 McClal'chey, Ma-rvin R., Jr., X112 LEFT: McGuire, John H. Mclnvale, Gerald D. McKee, Gregg L., Jr., GX McKeown, Pafrick G., AXA RIGHT: Massey, Julius H. ,Bon Mafamoros, Ricardo G. Ma'l'his, Barry R. McClelland, James M. McClenclorn, William D. McClure, Kennefh A. McCormick, Roberl W., V.. GX McCrary, Thomas A., Jr., McCreless, Jerry N. McDaniel, Arlhur L. McDaniel, Olin A. McElroy, Thomas E., Jr., EX McGowan, Douglas E. McGuffey, Joseph L. RIG-HT: McKinney, Michael M. McLellan, Donald H'., Jr. McLendon-, Leighlon C., Jr., McMillan, Oden J. McNeill, Charles A. McPherson, Dwighl' A. EAE BELOW: McQuown, Larry P., YIDZK Meadows, William L. Menendez, Alvaro R. Mefropoulas, Angelo Meyers, Jesse L., Jr. Miller, Edgar B., Jr. Miller, Jerry L. Miller, Paul C., Jr. Millhollan, Michael S. '1-., A "'2Q:1 .J .'-:"' 3 ...Q ' ABOVE: Moss, 'Seaborn Thomas Muiica, Agusfin Munro, Richard P., Jr. Murphy, Cecil E. Murphy, Daniel L., Jr. Murray, Joseph H. Myers, Joseph H., Jr. Myers, Raymond E., EN Nash, We don A., Jr. IIKA Nease, Lawion M., lll, BAE Neely, Benny D. Mi'l'rani, Eduardo, AETI Mlze, David E. Milsen, Henry M., AEIT Mingledorff, George H., lll Minor, Avery B., Jr. Milchell, David C., B911 Mifchell, Slephen M., TKE Mogensen, William F., Jr. RIGHT: Molloy, William T., Jr., AXA Molvney, Roberf, BBUQ Monlesinos, Miguel J., 'lll Monlgomery, Cecil G. Monlgomery, Joseph B., lll, TKE Moody, Moore, James W., ATQ Claud D., Jr. Moore, Glenn L., Jr. Moore, Gregory R. Moore, Harold T. Moore, Jon T. Moore, Lewis E., Jr., KA Moore, Palrick A. Moore, William L. Moore William P. AXA Morgan, Clarence H., Jr., KIFKE Morgan, Sfanley L. Morgan, William G., lll Mori-alrfy, Pafrick L., TKE Morley, William R. Morris, William M. Moseley, Charles D., Jr., 'DAS Moser. Waller J. Moss, Dewey L. son, N. B., lll Nel Neflles, Palrick H., Jr., ATA NeHles, william E., HKA Newlon Edwin H., Jr., YIDKE Nfewlon: George E., OX Nichols, Jon A. Nixon, James G. Norgard, John D. 'IJEK Normaln, Clyde W., Jr. Norris, Clovis B., Jr. Nofman, David M. ABOVE: Nowlin, Roberl E., EN Nunn, Gary F. OakleY. James C., TKE LEFT: Oaies, Richard W. Oafes, Roberl D. Oafes, Roberr W. Obenshain, David Ochs, Thomas A., ATA O'Connor, Thomas S., Jr., ITKCIJ LEFT: Parian, Roger W. Parker William B. Parr, lidgar D. PaHerson, Edward M., Jr. Paflerson, Joseph R. Payne, Morgan Q., K2 Pearson, Huberl' S. Pearson, John M., EX Pearson, Joseph V. Penfield, ScoH' R., Jr. Pensinger, James M. Pepilone, Thomas R., AXA BELOW: Perez, Gonzalo E. Perkins, Virgil L. Perry, Kennefh E., EAE Pharr, John K., Jr., EN Phelps, John R., TIKA Phelps, William E., lll, EN Phillips, Charles G., lll Phillips, Charles T. Phillips, Harry H., Jr., Xi' Pickels James M., ATA Pagford, Toby c. BELOW: Oldag, Charlie D., Jr. Oldham, Charlie D. Oliver, James L., ll, KA Oliver, James S. Olliff, Norman W. Olsen, George K, O'Meara, William T., ATA Oquendo, Raul E. O'Rear, Sleward W., Jr. Pirkle Clyde E., Jr. Poarch, Johnny H. Porler, John A. Porrer, Rick A., ATA Porfer, Thomas L. PoH'er, William F., Jr. Pound, Charles R., Jr. Pound, Fosfer E. Prefchel, Earl C. Price, Clifford L., Jr. Price, John H., Jr. Overfon, Claude L., Jr. Owen, N. Coleman, Jr. Owen, Ralph D., Jr. Owens, Charles E., lll, GX Owens, Fred T. Owens, William R. Oliver, David W., Jr. Palmer, Bowden L., Jr. Paquin, William B. :,. y --, .N .1 Qi' ,, ...... , V. J xx :cw LEFT: Parris, Billy F. Parsons, George T. Paisios, James G. Payne, Roberl' L. Pearre, Roberl' H., lll Payne, Roberf N., Jr., ATA RIGHT: Price, John L. Prifchard, William S. Propes, Wm..A. RIGHT: Pruelri, Richard F. Prui'l'l', James D., GX Puckeff, John H. Pusser, Earnesr G., KA BELOW: RaY. John C., Jr. Reagan, John M., EAE Reagor, Fred L. Reed, Richard B. Reeder, Earl T. Reese, William A. Reinhold, Richard A. Reed, William M., BGTI Remsen, Pel'er,W., EIDE Reverlomb, Everel-l E., Jr., EAE Reynolds, Morgan. B., Jr. Rice, Waller V. Richey, Ronald K. Riddle, James V., Jr. Ridlehoover, Roberl' A. Ripkin-, Joseph l. Ritchie-, Harold E. Rifchie, Rolberl' W., HKA Rivers, Dale B., AEII Rives, Slephen R., Jr., BGTI Quarierman, Edward M. Rawl, Michael E. RIGHT: Roberrson, Charles B. Roberlson, Paul A. Robinson, Jack D., Jr., ATA RIGHVT: Rolnick, lven L., AEII Ro er Thomas B Jr AXA P . -. -- Rosen, Russell A., KIPEH ABOVE: Ruerer, James M. Rutan, Lawrence R., EN Rulhe-rford, Anlhony S. Ryburn, Richard' C. Sallmarsh, Frederick A., Jr. Salzer, John. S., Jr., QEK Sappinglon, Merrill A. Sasser, Michael C. Saierbak, Roberl' T., TKE RIGHT: Roberson, Carl'l'onf L. Roberf, Richard C., Jr. Roberls, Jerry H. Rocker, James O. Rodgers, Waller A. Roesel, Alberl' J. .. ..... .,. . 1' - 42193 44- 31 ' T' ' 225.3 -. -- ' 5-:Ties 5' if "" ' "fi Saunders, Charles iB'., GX Saunders, Nafhan H. Savage, Joseph D. Scales, James 'L., AECI' Scher, Allan I., 'IIJEH Schoelzel, Hugh V. D. Schoninger, Howard M., QIJEH Schreiber, Richard W., GX Schwarz, Rolnney M. Reyes, Jose A. Rogan, Robedr McKinney, Jr., AXA Rogen, Richard J., QEIT Rogers, Clyde N. Ross, Jesse F., Jr. Rouih, Gary G., EN Rudman, Bernard J., QEH RIGHT: Scogin, Buforo M., Jr. Sco'H', Donald E. Scoll, George M., Jr. 482 Robbins, Larry D. 'lv 5' LEFT: Scoville, John T. Scruggs, Leonard M., EKIDE Scruggs, Roberi C., EX Seaman, Frank L., ll Sedgwick, Dwighl' R. Seifferi, Karl W. BELOW: Selby, William E., EX Selile, Frank L. Seward, James P., Jr. Shadinger, James N., Jr. Shaff, David H., ZGIJE Sharp, G-unier P. Sharp, Warren G., Jr., A2112 Sharpe, Elonzo F., Jr. Shell, John W., J-r. Sheppard, Jerry G. Shields, Leonard W. Shull, Lonnie N., Jr., TKE Sieveri, Jerry E. Simmons, David A., EX Simmons, Harold B. srmms, Billy D. Simonei, Jacobo E. Skaff, Philip S., Jr. Skoff, Ivan N., AEII Slale, William R. Slaier, Roberf T., KIJEII Small, James C. ' Q .' glififi ,. . "'L. . -. :JE-ll . 4 D igi :Lush A 1. l . " ' 6. '-. A . size!-ir-2, 2 :M me .4 - ,.-.1 , i .'...g.wf,..e . ,fem 4 fu , 3 . r -. ' " fi .. .-4,-4, gf, skiq,,..5? , , h .ivy 5 K., 14:1 . ..f I 2. . l 5- ' , l ,. 3: .M 4 4. .. ,V -ji 4 Y I ... x ' E . lkyrrfief +I- 3, I iw.. Q- L.. ,, . - V ' , f , if . PTFE ' .- f ' . . . me-,..... . .,, ,,-- 1 .' 'Q s. LEFT: Smelley, Philip R., IIKQ Smifh, Barry A. Smiih, Buford, P., KE Smiih, Cha-rles L., Jr., EX Smifh, Eric N. Smiih, Harry D., Jr., AT Smiih, John D. Smifh, Roberl' D. Smilh. Samuel J., lll, KA Smifh, Ted P. Smilh, Theodore T., Jr. Smilh, Wilkins R. Smith William J. Smoalr, Marvin P. Snead, Thomas R. Sneed, Roberi' M. Snyder, Daniel R. Solley, James H. C., Jr. Somers, Roberl' L. Sorenson, William M. Southern, Lloyd J. F. Sowell, Larry G. Sparrow, James M. ...-,,,,,,..ef-1 . '41, ,y .,.,4 .aa . . -.rip 3 axfgf f., 270 e 5 3 , 1, ,.',gs4gZ, ,gzfjgyf - '.-25.2 I 22-L2-6.21 , 4-A i f ' fe. :-f wfr .,, , ff . j, . ., .. , 3 0.4.42 .q,w.,f 1. , f, 54.51 '. xr. 1.-L. . . ew. -' r I 'final' ' an f' ' V ., 3 ,:. ,. -.5 fy, 'Q X . H f V, ' 'f zg ff., .. , W -A-1---.1.3--,fy,..a..1, ,ef-zvmfw , f s ,wig - " ff. ,X Wy, r. ' 1,9 1 , , .Qs-f 2 . r ze-2353? ' :fre ' vi- 1 ' "'1255j .J-f ' ' ' W , 1 ' f , V ,f M.. Q . , 44' .MM . r'fa.f.5f- 'r, -:rf ff --1 5. ' , ,H 1 2. if ,L , I-1 , f' fe. ,f f V if 42 . . 11 f 2 K 1"f,a77'g ,jf 4.559 Q ,. iii. "ff i .55 : -,Q 1' -Z .f ,f mf. .. 'Z ug ,ai . Q ., . ' A ,ag ,- 3 ,-51553 . H y' 2 Mug-:.:'gff. ,Aff 1' K ,., 7 1 Mega, , m.n.,,..f J . . 'isis f 21. .. , ABOVE: Spells, Joseph W., Jr. Spencer, Larry B. Spencer, William G., Jr. Spring, Alan H. Sprouse, James E., EAE Sfallings, Ronald D., ATG Sfandard, James D., Jr. Sfanlon, Eugene C., Ill Siapleion, Cade A., Jr., KA Sfarr, Rogers F., Jr., KA Siearns, Parlay M., ll Sfeele, Lawrence B., lll Siein, Jack C., IIKA Siella, Mark E. Siephens, Richard ABOVE: Sfrickland, Roberl S. Slrong, Paul L., EX Sfuarl, Clyde M., HKA Sluarf, Rush B., HKA Sfubbs, Joseph G. Sfuller, Terrance L. Suddalh, Fred L., Jr. Suffon, William A., EN Swals, William F., lll Tabickman, Maurice L. Tamplin, Bobby E., ATS! LEFT: Slevens, William R., lll, A2411 Slill, Thomas R. Slimler, Roberf F. Sfockdale, Jarrell W., Jr. Sfoddard, Spofswoodl D., Jr. Sfory, Harr? F. Stowe, Davi L. Slrickla-nd, Charles D. Tankersley, Charles S., lll Taylor, Braxlon H. Taylor, Frank C., Jr. Taylor, John H., Jr., K2 Taylor, Richard, EX Taylor, Roger A. Taylor, Warren M., Jr., 'DFA Tench, James G., Jr. Ternlund, Paul A., AXA Tharp, David L., 'IDKE Thayer, Kenne'l'h L., ll BELOW: Theiling, Vic'lor C., Jr. Tinsley, Jerry L. Thomas, James B. Tollman, Sfanley L. Thomas, James S., Jr. Tomlinson, Ronald L., B611 Thomas, John W., ATA Toney, David F. Thomas, Malcolm H. Toney, William L. Thomas, Randall C., EAE Topolski, Francis J. Thompson, Frank C. Torre, Marlo J. Thompson, Robert N. Toi-fy, 'Lonnie Y., Jr. Thron, Harry M., Jr. Townes, George A., lll Tibbefs, James G., lll Trainer, William E., Jr. Tidwell, George R. Troncalli, Michael T. LEFT: Truax, Richard A. True, Henry H., Jr., KA Turner, Alberl' D. Turner, Hugh J., Ill Turner, Jesse M. Turner, Michael R. Tu'H, Charles S., ATQ Tvsinger, William C. 5 BELOW: Upfon, Herberi' S., 'DFA Van Buren, Warren E. Vance, Theodore K. Varino, John F., B91-I Varner, Edwin S., Jr., 'DAQ Vasse, Eric J. Velissarios, Theodore D. Vicker , E. Charles Villa, l-lenry, TKE Warick, William P. Walker, David W. Wall, Henry B., lll, EX Wallace, Steven M. Walsh, James M. RIGHT: Walfers, Charles R., B611 Wallon, Raymond' W. Ward, James L. Ware, Walfer F., IIJAG Warren, Charles A. Warren, Kennelh M., AT Warren, William C., Jr. Washinglo-n, Richard K. Waskey, Andrew J., Jr. Waiers, V. Wayne Wafkins, James O., Jr., AT Waikins, James W. Wafkins, John W. Walson, Everefl' H., Jr. Wafson, Michael P. Weaver, Carl H. A Weigle, Roberi L. Weinsfein, Mark H., AEII Wells, Jerry C. Welsh, Donald E., A2412 Wemmers, Craig D., AXA Wheeler, Joseph L., Jr. Whigham, Roberl' S., Jr. Whife, George M. I QW f BELOW: Whife, John K., ll, ATA While, Roberl' A. Whife, Roberl W. Whilrlier, Donald R. Whifworfh, Larr B. Wickersham, Erskine B., Jr. Wigfall, Roberl' T. Wiggins, James R., Jr. Wighf, Richard A. Wilcox, Alan L., 'DFA Wilker, Bernard H., KIJEII Wilkes James A Wilkinson Maurice C Williams Frank H Jr Williams GaryT K2 Williams Henry E Jr Willi-alms Henry P Williams Williams, John Y., CDA9 Williams, Kennefh M., TKE Williams, Lawrence M. Williams, Olin A., Jr. CLASS UF 1965 LEFT: Williams, Ro-berl S. Williams, Roger K., KA Williams, Warren L. Williamson, Robert B., TKE Wilson, Woody O., Jr. Wi-mberly, Ezekiel J. Wood, Charles N., Jr. Woolen, William C., lll Worlh,.Jack J., lll Wynn, James R. Yancey, Fosl'er V., Jr. Zakilis, Andrei RIGHT: Alcorla, Sergio deJ. Alexander, Loyd T. Alford, Tharon E., ll Allen, Herschel K. Allen, Roberl' L., Jr. Alonso, Angel Alferman, Joel J., AEH Ames, Anlhony M., ATS! Amos, William LaF., Jr. Andersen, Pefer E. Anderson, Gordon W., Jr. Anderson, John M. Anderson, Lesfer MCT. Anderson, Timolhy H. Andrews, David G, Andrews, Frank J. Anglin, Marvin D., Jr. Arbaugh, Melvin A., ATA Aerharf, William M., Jr. Arguello, Gustavo A. Ariail, Julius F., Jr., KA Armsfrong, Rex W., AT Arnehl, Roger M., XXI' Arnold, Larry G.. Arnold, Roberl' E. Arnold, William M., Jr. Arrowood, Earl C. CLASS GF 1966 RIGHT: Abbey, Lawrence E., QEK Abrams, Jonafhan- R. Acebal, Roberl' Acree, Ernesl' M., Jr. Adams, Frank C., ATR Adams, Jo-hn P., Jr. Agner, Lewis M. Aiken, Thomas F. Aikenhead, Malcolm N., ll Aikman, Ralph C., 'IJKT Aiax, Fred W., Jr., XQ Alberf, Roberl Erwin rl -Q -..:.v 1 REQ' ' ' N ei A S 1 W R gs si K.:A-his I :- ,,.,,. ..,, . V , .+ : NM ., ,...,,.,. ,.,, , .cl A Q 1.35, - W . . 4. 5 ,M 5. - -... A f "FFF lv . 11' .X .1 l 3, Q- ' ' , J' V V "Mx, l Y i X fe .. ' E . .. , ff 'f ,f f?ifL f 1 1 1 f , .ff fra f gf W 5 1' 4 1 ,' I f A ff 6 . O L-R, Tom Gay, Chairman, Sonny Rogers: Howard Tellepson: Jaclc Pain'l'er. V V l fgf 4 , ,iv 'QM 'v . . 435.9151 , 'f-lff' .rv g if rig.. 1 'A V41 'Z F, - "yi, J f , N ...is ,fir ,p. - 31: ,J :A V ww. ,V . V , Y we -4, eww , J - A rg ye.. I 11:-'l f- ' .ff - Q '--1.1 ,M l s Y . -- V..-K .- . ' . l 'le iw' ff' , l ,, . 131. ' " ' ,irnffeii "" V, , l 1 fl' f N455 " M' Z, 45 ZPL' . 'A J f Z if 5 fx , . 93 V. .wk ' .7 M4 -1, V .,, , . LEFT: Arroyo, Raoul N., Jr. Ashley, William H., Jr. Archley, Ronald G. Alkinson, Larry W. Aubifz, Edward C., lll Ausfin, Dennis G. Ausfin, Joe D. Ausfin, Terry M. Aufin, Donel C. Ayer, David L. Baggarly, Alva L. Bagley, Richard D. Bailey, Charles D. Baker, Al F., Jr. Baker, Ben C. Baker, Benjamin R. Baker, Henry A. Baldwin, Cary D. Balkom, James R., Jr. Ball, Henry O., ll Banks, James L. Barber, Thomas B. Bare, David R. Barker, Charles G. Barker, Thomas W., lll Barkovic, Joseph E. Barnelr, John E., Jr. BELOW: Barrineau, Wade H., lll Barfhmaier, Joseph P. Barfholomew, Roberl' L. Barflefl, Pafrick A. Berwick, John T. F., Jr. Basfian, David F. Bafchelor, Alberl L., Jr. Bates, Henry W. BaH'le, John M. Bausch, James F. Baynham, Gordon C. Bazal, Charles R. Beaham, Eugene W., Jr. Beadles, Charles G. Beall, Ralph D., Jr. Bearss, Robin M. Beaver, William C. Beckeff, William S., Jr. Beebe, Marshall J. Behrman, Charles H. Belcher, James J. Bell, James L., Jr. Bell, William A. BellineHi, Ervnesf F. Belville, Bruce L. Benalor, Barry I. Bennelf, Paul J., Jr. Berger, Louis W., Jr. Bernnan, Roberi' J. Berls, Charles H. a re 5 ., ...H , . . :Q ' 'Q RIGHT: . vw Bowen, James C., Jr. Bowles, John T. Bowman, J. Warren, Bowman, Roberl D. Bowman, William R. Box, Francis P., XW Brabham, Bobby G. Bramlell, George T. Jr., om: ABOVE: Beziaf, Roberl L., Jr. Bickers, Carl G., lll, AXA Bilbro, Gerald L., Jr., 'DAG Bingham, Allen- H. Binkley, Sleven H. srfdwen, Arfhur e., lll Bivins, Arfhur C., lll Black, Nalhah C. Black Rodney B. Blacklaurn, Thomas E., Ill Blackshaw, Varner J. Blackwell, Joel, EN Blackwell, Kennefh A. Blackwood, Larry D. Blanchard, Andrew A. Blanchard, David F. Blessi-ng, Waller D., EN , Blelhen, Arlhur R. BELOW: Blomeley, Lewis E. Bloom, Michael' D. Blum, Judifh D. Bopirighf, Ronald W. Bobo, William R. Bohanan, Charles 'S., Bohannon, James T. Bohannon, Sfephen C. Boll, Thomas A., Jr., TKE Boman, John H., lll Bond, Joseph C., Jr. Bonilla, Roberl A., Jr. Bonifulibus, Ronald W. Boone, Frederick l., DPA Boros, Melvin K., AETI Bourne, Davidl C. Bowden, Henry E., EAE Bowen, Charles O., Jr. Bryanf, Thomas G. Bryson, Abram Y., Jr. Buckmavn-, John B., Ill Bucknall, Edward J., Jr. Budd, Michael A. Bueker, Kermil' P., Jr. Bugg, David W. Bull, Warren J., Ill Bullard, Haran W., Jr., 'PAQ LEFT: Bramlblefl, Richard V. Brasfleld, Charles T., lll, IDFA Brawer, 'Larry F. Bravo, John E. Bray, Harry C., Jr., ATQ Breedlove, Charles R., ATS! Brisbois, Thomas S., Broadwell, Auslin, Jr. Brock, Larry R. Brooks, Charlie R. Brooks, John A., lV Brooks, Roberi' H'., Jr., 4112K Broome, Thomas C., EAE Brown, Carl E. Brown, Frank M., Jr., A2115 Brown, James R. Brown, Joe H., Jr., X113 Brown, Leonard R. Brown, Marlin P., Jr. Brown, Pinckney R., Ill, KA Brown, Slerling R., fIDI'A Brown, William M., Jr. Brumil-, James G. Brunson, Hoke S., Brunson, John H. Bryan, John C. Bryanl'-, John B. Jr., EX N l J f :. SN ..,. 7c"4'?1:- '. ' T2 ABOVE: Connell, Milchell R. Conner, James A. Conway, Wilson D. Cook, Bruce E. Cook, Paul M., Jr. Cook, Paul R. Coopar, Edward T., Jr. Cooper, Edwin P., lll LEFT: Carnes, Herberl' D. Carroll, David L. Carswell, George H., lll Carswell, John H., Jr., AT LEFT: Carlledge, John B. Cary, Charles W., Jr. Cassady, Palrick L. Cavin, John M., TAG Chamberlain, James K. Chamberlain, Leroy B., Jr. Chamberlain, Paul R., TKE Cha-ndler, Albert R., lll LEFT: Bullard, Roy L. Bunn, William E., 1DAO Burch, Glenn G., Jr., XT Burke, Richard' T. Burke, Thomas P., BX Bulrnwell, David L. G., Jr. Burneff, Thom.as R. Burnham, Ralph L. Blurns, James E. Burrow, Tomi W., Jr., ATA BgjLer, Craig D. Burler, Douglas C., Jr. Bufzky, Charles B. BYSFS. Joe E., Jr. Byers, Joseph B. Cairns, Paul M., lll, Xi? Caldwell, Claud' R., Jr., X119 Caldwell, Roberl' G., B911 Caldwell, William R. Callaghan, Frank J., Jr., GX Came, Michael E. Campbell, Charles A. Canfrell, Kennefh E. Caplan, James R., AEDT Capps, James H. Carden, Lloyd E. Carilhers, Kennefh A. Carlson, James R., KE Carlson, Pefer R., TKE Carmichael, Roberl' W., IDFA ABOVE Chapman Benl E Jr EIDE Chappell, Cass R., EX Chas'l'ain, Joseph W., X0 Cobb Wllllam R Coberfh, David H., XIII Cobleigh, Nelson E., HKA Chesfer, James S., ll Chrobak, Chrisfopher B. Ciminella, Michael C. Clark, David L. Clark, Fred' W., Jr., EN Clark, lra H., Jr. Clark, James J. Clark, Theo W. Clark, Thomas W. Clark, Waller B., Jr., A2117 Clarke, James T., Jr., KDAG Clemenf, Jerry M., EN Cleveland, John P. Clifroln, David S., Jr., A2411 Clodfelfer, Gary N. Cochrane, John D. Cockey, Preslon O., Jr., B611 Coffey, Jeffrey B., EN Coker, Barry W. Coker, Roberl' T. Colberf, Ralph R. Coleman, Maurice A., Jr., X111 Coley, William A., HKA Collins, Frank A. Collins, Henry C. Collins, James D., AT!! Collinsworfh, Horace S., lll Collum, Thomas L., Jr. Cone, Rufus L., lll Conklin, John R., lll Davis, Roberl' E. FIRST ROW BELOW: Cooper, Robert E. Corbin, Hyland M. Cordell, Gerald D. Cornelius, Paul C.. X9 Corneff, Julian C. Corrado, Roberf T- Cosfello, Thomas E., ATA Couch, Jon E. Couch, William D. Coulborn, Geoffrey M. Coulon, Kennefh E. RIGHT: Cooper, John F. Cooper, Pafrick E., KA .. . , ., -- an X le 1,1 . ire: V A, .. rf-1, - rf :ref--' Xe. .A ' - . - . f . . . ' A .ess 'sfo - ' 4' ' -. f' ., .' , , f 1" .r xiii!! lr 35 ' H 3 "" .5 "'5?i"flf H5153-.JEZ'5Z'fffi" ,' fl-5 D "L "" 2' " -- ' 2" L.. ' - . . '-:,s.:rfrsr., 1:12 f " ..., r .f -'-' -. rr .L... G - . :+ - U s " Wi T .- 1 " - Qs ' ' ' Qui: . if :Seek egg wiki A, r . , , rg, ,ear . a '- 4 ".v,IZI'ili' .-,,.-' ' ,,,- pfziagl, ., gir,.f.1:'.i:e r- iw zizsrf zz: vi ' r ' -.,:s::':::..s: wg 5, . rz, Hr, .,4,N , V ,r.r:re:rr,.,rr5 31522, A .7 A, uvbrl, , ,..,., , H . Q , ,.,. . . ., Ll., g A -e 5,r.',,1gV.j'fg ' 2 X 3"7' I r I " -"4ii ' ' SECOND TWO ROWS ABOVE: ' ' Counfs, Howard J., Jr. Crowe. gl0l'lf1 W-r Xi' : , -ye, . h M Crowe Sami H. lll " fi ' 'W l Cox, C arles . 5 , - , Q 3,-.gy , i Coar Don-a-ld S. Cummings, Rrfchie B., EN ' f r , , , QQXI Je,-9 M, Daly, Edward V. . , cox, Leland s., in Dangel.-102 M- , r r l Crawford, James B. Daniel. Kefj"'?il" W- Crawford, Kenne'l'h R. Dannerr Wllllam' B- AXA Creech, Wilbur c., Jr. Darden, Welborn O.. Jr.. M ' Darley, William C., Jr. Crespo, arro i Cromer' Edrwln -D, Davidson, Wayne L., X11 ABQVE: Crouch, Thomas R. Davis, Emily J. LEFT: Davis, Jimmy E., Jr. Day, Gregory K., Day, John E. QKT Deamer, John R., Jr. Dean, Anfho-ny M. Deas, Rutherford C., EAE DeBuse, Darlow G. Deck, David J. RIGHT: deGive, Dudley B. Deisenrolh, Michael P., IIJKE Delk Clarence T. lll rlj. , 'ffii Davis, George T Davis, James H. r Deifz, Dan P. ABOVE: Delozier, William C. DeRosa, Guy R. DeVane, James G., Jr. DeVore, John R., TKE Dirkin, William J., AT Donaldson, Richard A. Donohue, George L. Doole Lo d B Yr Y - Dorman, Ronald W., ATS! Dover, Harold' P. Dishongh, Jefferson, Lee, lll, EX Dowell, Arnold L., QKE Dobson, William E. Doherfy, Terrence R. Dolgos, Charles E. Driscoll, Richard A. Duff, Lewis D., K2 Duffey, William W., Jr. Dunn, David Dunn, Duncan F., EAE Dye, Roberf J. Dyer, Arfhur F., Jr. Dyer, Gerald C. Dysarf, Frank C., Jr. Eady, Frank R., Jr. Edel, Richrard' K., fIJX Edlund, Raymond A., Jr. Edwards, Lynn H. Eidson, John F., Jr. Eisberry, Fred T., Jr. Eley, Roberf D. Ellars, Oflo. R., Jr., KA Ellerbee, James A. Ellis, Harry W. Elrod, Ronald H. Endicoff, John C. gg 3. Du 4' K SEQ X 3 , A Q V 'XX X1 , 4 4 N Q 5 xi? xi W Tli X X I N Nils ss Y , X l 5 P XX F , ax N X .Xxx K .X a X 1 . X j I' ...gf S 'T .Se ,se MX X XX if S X 1 . fs -as . a s XX. 'lx Xxx Y 3 a LEFT: Erckmann, William' J., Jr., EX q ,j:.v:,, Forresler, Roberl' A., TKE T. 'T ABOVE. " Eubanks, Francis M., Jr. , Evans, James H'., XSD Evans., John. H., lll Evans, Waller D. Evereff, Billy J. Ewing, Joseph F. Faber, Edward J., Jr., CDEH Fallin, Thomas 'N. Fann, Roberl B. Farmer, Nick A. Faughnan, William A., Jr. Faulkner, George W., Jr. Fay, Sfephen. G., GE Feeser, William H., Jr. Ferguson, Roy W., Jr. Field, Willard M. Finch, Howard H. Finkle, Donald V. Fox, Terry C. Frailie, Edwin L. G ' K i 'F .X .- R X . X i' ' .X 'ls' .4 . 1 " l evra '-, ,' .Q Q.-ef 'as 'li " " 'J' -51.121 '-S' ' . ' V l ...X ' i-M -1- .yiflzy jgxf' ' if F . . 5.55, if , ' F ' ,E .." ' 'ri' . ,, sa : wa. realm ' Q i .,-, I sv lk. I Finkle, Yale S., QETI Finn, David' A., AEII Fisher, Tommy J., EAE Flanagan, Herschel L. Flank, Howard L. Flaschka, Hermann Flegal, William M. Fleischer, Neal B., AEH Fleming, Bruce E., Jr. Flowers, Orville A. Floyd, Sfephen R. Folden, Alberf L., Jr. Forbes, Harry L., lll, TKE Ford, David W. Ford, Joe B., Jr. Ford, Sandra J. Fordham, David' G., Jr. Forresl, George, Jr., fIJEK 491 LEFT: Erickson, Alan L., fIJA0 Ellinger, Darrell L. Eubanks, Douglas M. LEFT: Forl-enberry, Melvin D. Forlier, Mike E. Fosier, William O. LEFT: Frank, Roberf H., EX Fraze, Anlhony D., TKE Freeman, Dennis C. B., Jr. Freeman, Jerry L. Fuller, Richard W. Galloway, Charles P., Jr. Gandy, Charles V., Jr., TEK Gannaway, Michael M., 'PAB Garcia, Juan A. LEFT: Gardner, Alan R. Gardner, Carl A., EAE Garner, Fred W. Garner, Wayne L. Garrison, Forresf C. Garfley, Markham L., B911 Gales, David L. Gafzke, Harry W., Jr. Gaunl, C. Lee Gavanf, Malcolm J. Gay, Logan T., Jr., EAE G-azaway, Ralph L., Jr. Geddes, Slephen V. Geiger, William G., Jr. Geisler, William' R., Xi! Gibbs, Gary L. Gibson, Daniel W. Gibson, Edward S., AT Gibson, Mason C. Gilberf, Henry T., lll, KA Gilberf, Waller E. Gill, Frank W., Jr., KE Gill, Jimmie L. Gillespie, Charles G., Jr. einen, Jay E., EN Girard, Raymond A., KIDX Givins, Roberl B., Jr. Glore, James O., Jr. Goforfh, Roger W., Jr., EX Goglia, David D. ABOVE: Gracen, LEFT: Golden, 'Doyle L., Jr. Goldwasser, Willie' J., AEII Gonczi, Andrew F., Ill Gonzalez, Fernando A. Goodin, Brown H, Goodman, Daniel E. Goodman, Roberf B., KA Goodson, Harry B., lll, X411 Goodwin, Gene F., ATA Goodwin, Richard N., Jr., EAE Gordon, William H. Gore, David' W. :af Grablowsky, Bernie J., AEH Greek, Philip A. Gunn, William L., XX Vernon E., Jr., fIJKE Greenberg, Joseph l., IIJEH Haack, Thomas A. Graham, Biley H., lll Greene, James D., Jr. Hadaway, Charles R. Graham, Danieli A., Jr., ATS! Greer, Edwin R. Haddock, Ira F., Jr. Graham, David R., ZAE Gresham, Thomas S., ATQ Hagerty, John M. Graham, Edward, IN Griffin, Alfred C. Hale, Harold T. Graham, Ronald' A. Groseclose, Edward W., TKE Hall, Lindsay B., Jr., BGII Granberry, Daniel G. Groves, Joseph W. Hall, Morrill M., Jr. Gray, Brian A., EIDE Guice, Allon F., Jr. Halliday, James, lll Gray, Gordon S., EN Guinn, Tommy J. Hamilfon, William J., lll Grayson, Nicholas A. Gumm, Millon S. Hamm, Charles S., EX BFELOW: Hammack, Arnold H. Hammack, Larry C., B911 Hamrick, Hugh B., Jr. Hanchey, Jefferson M., AT Hankinson, Wade O., Jr. Harabedian, Gerard, 'DEH Hardeman, Ralph P., YIDAG Hardin, William C., Jr. Hardwick, Wayne C., Bi-DH Hardy, Thomas C. Hardy, William T., GX Harmon, Danny U. Harms, Lawrence G. Harness, Theo, Jr., EN Harper, Henry S., A2111 Harrell, Charles A. Harris, Alberl' L., AXA Harris, W. H'ensell, Jr., HKA Harris, William G., Jr. Harrison, James O., Jr. . Harrison, John A., TKE Harrison, Richard A., EN Harrison, Thomas W. Hari, Thurman E. Harlley, Paul J., Jr. H-arlough. Howard D., Jr YIUFA Harwell, Walier R., TKE Haskell, Roberl' L. x -xx ., ,xx X... -x. XX ,. .... . . .... .v 'A .x. s- A. 1 ,..,. ,.., .. X STL "?F'i?3::S 'Iii' . 5:15565 -. . , r " -FLA -. , ' . i' 'N' -' 1:5 '? .- M :'- - V.. . - 'iS . IE: J- ' - Gia- ff I? 3 A .- :. ' il .:1a:.s:5-sg. -:- ' - -1'5.2.::5s5i' .. --a -1 1 Fr.. 1 1. -ere.. wa-:.-sag., - .p,g. f. ff: 1 . . . .. rf,-yy, fr. .. ,, ' ..-f. ' a, .e f H.: ' - - gg, -'ssa.a:.. . " "4 253 ,-' - +- '. TREE- , fiasfiif, ,. . X-' . MQ 15" " :'isf'iKaSP2 1::5:':j:-j'-,- 'si 5 .' L, A RYE.. ,-' . Q 1 525532-X. . b i.. I.: yn X Q. . ... 1 . X X ix R . . . I , . as s 9 - ff-I-' Y ffm s -at -. .. .: - ,. ...:.. . . . - .... f .. A X V,N',.A, ,,.,. T .. .. . :. . .1 .w ..,,. .5 r ., -,:5:5:5as -X V, ., . ., L , 1 , ,, ,.,g... ., 5. -. -. -, bv Ex V- .. - , , .:,g, 5 -3 l if ' V:-p.::.g a+'sf,fg'5-g5.:g,g.gz .1 'i'i' .-' 115. 55g,,,.3:,' 155551. r- .X .5 '.2.',.,-5:-:as I-,g , ' ,- -, ' f 'f 2 1. I X xx 'S - . . ww- ' ': ,, ' 1 .f -,r-g.,.g'-.,r:e.:f11 as W-gs:s::f:s:se z:s:as:.::.:f:r.::-.2 ...st " s-zap.-.. fs- 'R'--. :I 1- 1 f ' i Q -- . 1 N ' ' '51 M ' .. is Jw . . 5 ' 1'a:gQ:5,3,.:::r:':s:girl55r.aixEsaS'1' 1-rag.-ri'--...ri-.2-21-y5+5- III- 5 :, ..g:,.:1,' ,,,,.-,,.,:..-Q, e- . .,,. ,..... ,. , ' D , " "'- l "-' '- " A ' .1 J - ' ' - . r , J, , , . .. l -A J - 1 .. I -' . . ..- .J lp . , , ,.....:....aaa. ' l 4. -. , ,.,.,:.2.,,,.-1-.-f. :ag ., . as X.. - - , . .. ., is ,X ,- . -1 M ,. , V - .X-:-V x x 1.55 , .Q , :gain-,, .si-2. K .. , X X N ' Q f 1- A ' A ' J ts' 1 sssfefi. Hass, Rolland G. Ha'l'ch, Roberl' D. Hafcher, Henry M., lll Hafhcock, Thomas A., Jr. Ha'H'on, Herbert W. Haucuslein, John A. Hawkins, David E., AE? Hayes, Richard B. Y' -n s '.s..,,-A . W V nga N X-'sz . 'H , Zi' X " 'r ,. f . 1 . ,f X- - -- ga. 1 f f .v .. at ,J . ...ggi . . J ,. .e , .4 - P - ' ., . N 1 ' ' ' x . . 5, ar 1 A i X si '30 1.35, -I . sw., x 2 5 -"' . e . .'.- ,- ' 1, 5 X Q :-.5 A ' ,Q We A ' ii 3,9 l Z", 3 . , -.1 ,..,--ex ij , ' A ' X rl us -- , X x 1 . ' A . ' Q LEFT: Haynie, Raymond L., lll Hazelrigs, Wm. Braxfon Hazelwood, Frank H., Jr. Hechler, Roberl' J. Henderson, James M., ll Handley, Roberi' L. Hendrickson, Gary L. Henninger, William B., Jr., EDTA Henry, Frederick R. Herbsl, Henry C., ll Herndon, Evereffe L., Jr. Heron, Edward M., Ill 1 ABOVE: Herrod, Williaml J. Hess, Richard W., ABCD Hesler, Billie E. Hesfgr, David D. Hesfer, Richard E. Hesferlee, Sandra M. Hesferlee, Steven M. Hibbs, N. Douglass, Jr. Hicks, Hen-ry'L. 493 1 3 ' X l it 'Q Higdon, James L. Hinely, Douglas M., 'PFA Higdon, Mack A., Jr., ZAE Hinson, Roscoe M., Jr. Highland, Roger L. Hinlon, Roberl' D. B., HKA Highfower, Judson R. Hix, Richard S. Hill, David N. Hogan, Elfon R., Jr. Hill, James E., EN Hogan, Lee W., EAE Hill, Richard M., 'DFA Holloman, Donald R. Hille, Donald H. Holmes, Harold C. Hinds, Paul L., Jr. Holmes, John P., Ill Holmes, Larry W. Horn, Nelson E. Horne, John F. Horne, Richard C., lV Hors'l', Henry R., AT Horfon, Francis K., 'TKE Horlon, Roberl' E. Houser, Gerald W. Howze, Harry C., lll, GX LEFT: Hudders, Eugene S. Huddleslon, Kenneth M. Hudgins, 'David W., QKE Hughes, Frank M., Jr. Hughes, Howard B. Hughsfon, John. W. Huguley, Kennielh J. Huie, Henry M., Jr., GX LEFT: Hume, Alfred' S., Jr., 'EEK Hummer, Daniel H. Hungerford, William M., KA Hunn, Laurence Hunf, Anfhony C. Hunfer, James H., Jr. Hunfley, James E., Jr., XIII Huskey, Ronald E. Husfon, Dale M., TKE Hufchin son, James F., ATQ HuH'o, Gary Hulfo, Morgan C., lll lngram, Edwin J. Irwin, James A., Jr. lsom, C lversen, lvie, Ro Jabaley Jackson Jackson Jackson Jacobs, Jaillef, James, James, James, lyde C., Jr. Michael H., B911 nald D. , Gerald A. , Carlel-on W. ,James B., ATA , Riley V., Ill Daniel J. Engle L., lll, QA9 Harrison W., ATA Johnnie W., Jr. Roberl' W. Jamieson, John M. ABOV E: RIGHT: Jamison, Charles E. Kelly, Larry J. Jenkins, John L. Ke ned B ce E. Jr., 'DAG Jimenz, Fernando Tl Y- VY I Kennedy, Frank W. Jobe, Henry C. Jobson, James K., Jr. Kenney, Charles H. Kepler, Sharon' J. Johns, Ronald W., BE-J1'I Kesner, John W. Johnson, Chesler R., ZX Kimber, John H., Jr. Johnson, Clyde W., J-r. Kimmel, James P., XE' Johnson, David R., Jr., ATQ Kinard, Dwighl A., AT Johnson, Elmer G. King, Carl F. Johnson, George W., lll Kirk, Jerry L. Johnson, lvan E., Ill, BGH Kilre, Larry L. Johnson, James K. Knickerbocker, Fred R., B611 Johnson, James M. Knighl, Lon B., Jr. Johnson, Ray E., Jr. Knighf, Waller C. Johnson, Waller R. Johnson, William H., EAE Johnsfon, Anthony S., IDAG Joh nsfon, Slan ley W. Jonakin, Joseph F. Jones, Benny K. Jones, Daniel L. Jones, Dennis E. Jones Richard C. Jones: Ro-berl' M. Jones Roy M. Jordaln, James H., Jr. Jorda Jorda n, Nance B., Jr., ATQ n, Tommy H. Jowers, Richard' H. Kafer, Harry L. Kapeghian, Charles L., IDKE Kaupman, Gary W. Kauli, Ronald H., HKQ Keiser, Malcolm G., Jr., ATA Kelly, James M. BELOW: Lappingion, John P., Jr., X415 Larson, Robin J. Lalham, John V., Jr. Lalshaw, Roberl E., Jr. Lalvala, Lyle W. Laurens, Ro-berl' S., Jr. Lavallee, Charles R. Lawson, Donald W. Laxlon, Charles D. Laxfon, Ray, 1IJE1'I CLASS QF 1966 RIGHT: Knoll, Crawford C., KE Knox, Larry E. Kock, Ronald' W. Konl-is, George E. Kozlowski, Andre Ladewig, Melvin E. Lake, Russell M. Lamar, George T., AXA Lamb, Hal W., lll', EX Lampe, Fred D. Lampkin, Charles C. Landers, Roy E., Jr., HKA Langdon, William H. LaPoi.nle, Lynn, M., 1IJ1'A Lapo-rfe, Paul W. Lay, Richard W. Lazarus, Wayne H., AEH Leaders, Ronald R. Leadingham, Hrarry P., J-r. 1I1A'E-J League, Joseph C., Jr., EAE Leary, Roberf C., Jr. Leavell, Kennefh, H. LeBlanc, Sidney A. LeCroy, Edwin P., Jr. Lee, Charles A., XIII . . .,,,,.... , .. .,,..,,-. . ...V H-New-f ,,,, ,, .. es...-s..f. A -. . s. ..X.,.-.- aff :H " .. L. flig- .rf wx , . . ., .. . x 'Q ' X Nl 3 s 1. rx 5 . N Q R' No S :RN 2 -E gl X ls 5' ,,. I . 'S Nz: iff '- , 'A 31? -, -.. .fs .. R-. x. :.: .. a " i' 155' iw -we 1. . . K X .5 Sf veg? S 3 -2 SX, xxx' 2 xx H ,zfjjgg-gsm 5. 3, - are - ' 15 :Sw Qi L xii F .ff.,.'.f90 l'lf:JE':' g, rf ' if . , S! A x 5. X H se M..-. ' . .:.,,j:. '- ,gif-:1,,g...g. s. LEFT: Lee, Gary E. Lee, John R. LeFever, Ray A., XWP' Lensch, Darrell C. Leonard, Roberl E., ZX Lelson, Jimmy F. .. - .Wyse .N N 4 ' . X 5' .1 3. .,g. A "f s '--9 NVQ. fs in 5- if . I i 5. ' . A ,Lv .',, www. ' a , sl ix yrsfifff' ' .l l L ll --, ' r7::"T: 'fb ' I . "i . . ,,,... '-f .:. ...fr '- , . , V ui Q, . ,,., .....,, . as v J. K' l i . .7 K lf 1 xx 1 if lf. f 5 ' l Us ,. if A. 1 1 RIGHT: Manning, William A., Jr., Marshall, James l. Marlin, Marlin, Marlin., Marlin, Marlin, Marlin, Marls, Mason, David P., Jr. Allon E., Jr. James C. James L., Jr. John H., ATS! Roberl R. Eric A. Massey, James N., ll Malallana, Rafael Malhis, J-ames C. Alan L., AEH , Jr. Mallhews, Frank B., GAG Maugle, Dallas L., AXA Maxwell, James G. Mayer, Ronald C. Maynard, Richard P. Mays, Floyd L., Ill McAdams, Glenn E. McCall, Jesse A., J-r. , Jr. McCallum., James A., AT McCammish, Douglas W., YIJEK B911 Q Jr., McCarlhy, Howard C., Jr. McCollum, Garnell' A. McConigly, Ralph D., Jr. McCouan, 'Donald J., EX McCoy, Delma S., GAG McCoy, Donald E. McCrimmon, Charles T. McDonald, Joseph L. McEver, Harold B. McGahee, Harvey W., Jr. McGee, Russell S., lll' McGhee, Bryan W. McGuffin, William L., Jr., EX 95 BELOW: Lewallen, Michael K. Lewis, Charles H., KA Lewis, Hugh J., AEII Lewis, John W., lll Lewis, Johnnie C., Jr. Lewis, Roger C. Lewis, William W. Lindsley, Tirnolhy R., lll, EX Lingerfell, Johnny M. Linlon, Samuel E., Jr., K2 Liscum, Fred Lilsinger, Carl S., 1'IKA Lillle, Hugh D. Lillleiohn, Charles B., ll Livers, George M., Jr. Locke, ,John F. Lockman, Chalmers D., Jr. Long, Billy M., EN l AEG' Long, John F. Long, Louis B., EQE Losaw, Roberl N. Loulh, John W. Love, John R., BAE Lovvo-rn, William B. Lowery, Kennelh C. Lowman, Kennelh C. Lowman, William M Ludwig, Richard H. Ludwig, William C. Luedlke, Ronald L., EAE Lyon, Silas T. Lyllon, Edwin A., GE MacCarl-ney, John D. Mackenzie, Guy M., EX Maddox, Marlin A., Jr., GX ., Jr., EX Mahalfee, Manning B. Makinen, Joh I1 A. 'M' ' " YW? '-" f Eff' .., 'aww .1 i . 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': . .15 il : , ' fl . is , ' - ',f5ZIl:i5:'1:'.E:- " EX '-ggiihibjevffg 2.13.5-'. -3 154' E Q2 'QYSSI ' . , 3' ' V efa 3' :st:.-'ir.::-3.41.5 af.:-,eg -:YW ' -'ff wax .. rf-, ,, - .1 :si 1. x 1 F ' f ' . . ' 4 .g . . 'Q'S':iF'E1: ' X fJ:l'y':1. V l si? if' . . fs., 55. -.2 s .. .. if-:13'251.l .35 3.1. loaf idx b" I1 - ' . I , , N f xx 2 J 5 ek . N 5 ' x gs. A is e s 1, .,1.. me fy 5 was """ -.1 -16' . - ll' 1 .51 . , H x. ' A 5 ,. ...gg .3 , ..-sf' v 1 4: 3' fo . ' -I I ... . . 5 RIGHT: Mclnfyre, George D- McKee, Mark B. McKenzie, Wm. D. McLellan, Charles, ,.,.5. ll, KA McLeod, John D., lll, no McMahon, Palrick F., ATQ ee. .1-gf sfo-- McMahon, Rhefl ...Z R., Jr. McMurry, Murry W. EN McNab Donald L. . McRae Harold Meares Arlhur D. , , . ,gl -- ll 'W . sf ,i fl . ,I 3 je l . A f, W., Jr. -7- .- . ,. .. Melin, Brian E., EN i , Merkey, Aubrey W., Jr. Merrill, James O., Ill Merles, Joseph W. ' - Messer, Addison ' l.., lll Mefrailer, William J., Jr. Michael, Berf, Jr. Middlelon, George R., mm . ' ' ss hw is ., , .,.l, ...... . . , . Mieres, Erneslo A. Mierlschin, Gary N. Mikel, Kenneih B. ABOVE, ROW TH REE: Miles, Herb L., Jr. ABOVE: Milchell, Benjamin H., QFA Milchell, Brenl N., KA Milchell, James W., Jr., KIDFA Mifchell, John L. Mifchell Richard L. Jr., KE Mill, Tobmas, 211-E' Moales, Roberl L., Jr. Monk, Thomas H. Moon, William H., Jr. Mooney, Thomas J. Moore, Moore, Roberl' A. Terry S., TKE Morris, Charles B., Jr., 1112K Morris, John C., IIJZK Morris, Karl A. Morris, Michael W. Morris, Philip C. Morris, Roberl E., KE Morrison, Winfield S. Mosby, William R., TKE Moskowitz, Gerald Mourning, Ronald L. Moy, Clemenl Moye, Leon L., lll Muller, J. C. Mullis, Kary B., EX Munson, Sfephen A., KE Murphy, James L., Ill, 'DKT Murphy, Roberl O. Murphy, Thomas J. Myers, Joel N., XE' Nabell, Roberl E., AEG? Nabers, Sieve Nash, Sfephan A. Morgan, Thomas M. Nafalini, Ernesl' R. Milford, James R., Jr. Miller, Alvin W. Miller, Edmond D. Miller, Jesse F. Miller, Jonafhan Miller, Phillip A. L., EX Miller, William E., TFA Milligan, George T. Mills, Gerald D., AET LEFT. R., Jr. Mills, Ronald E. Milfon, Bernard G. Mimbs, Jack P. Minkoff, Barry S. Minor, Perer M., QE 1 ii , . . 4' fi ii: 1. f ' 1 'li ,, , M551 1 i 1- ,Q . f l . D4 i l T- -.QM E 4, , ... ',, s .Q ,H - ., , T31 J 5, , se 2-77 . "lf-2 ' 1' . . Ig 1 ' GV M f 3 go. -- ' .. ' "' . hill l LEFT: 'f 7f'iL'9'T' . . . . Nafhan, Richard D., GIJEII , . .5 ,, , , , ' Nederveld, David L. if , S' H, 1 , A3 5. W Neel, Frank w. :fy , .il Q . 5 if AV. Nelson, Jimmy E. . ' ' - , L, W x l L- ' N S 1 ' RIGHT: Nelson, William J. Neuhaus, William O., lll Neville, David A., ATA Newman, Philip M. Newsom, Marion K., Jr, Nichols, Charles P. Nichols, Waller, lll, EN Nieman, Arnold L., QKT Nimmer, Steve D., Jr., ATA Nipper, John M., ATA Nixon, Don R. Norman, Newfon J., lll Norris, Warwick V., lll Nunnally, Huey N. Nurko, William M. Obear, George S., IV, HKA Ogburn, Jo-hn L., Jr.' O'Hara, Larry S. Ohlinger, Wayne L., 93 Olcofl, Richard L. CLASS OF 1966 I l .Z ..,,,., . . a .- Q 1 L l:-':s'1-wi-. V Q.-.21"ffSG' T Y is ll -- - ' 3 1 . :. ., E A-Lf . . -12 p 5, -Q 5 . 1 a B' J ea N .. T . . . T I J , 'J l 1 'F-a :E-F af '--V ' -' .sw - 1- 'hah f-"V . ai' . R. . .M .al v .ex f- N J. . u 5 gi re Q H H: L. j - .,,. N 1 ., V . Q f t.-w 1 1' , . if is . , , 5. .. .. ...1 . T ABOVE: RIGHT: Palmer, Charles E. Palmer, George F., TIKA P Panias, Vincenl' T. P Panler, Harrison R., Jr. P Pappas, Evans C., B911 P Pledger, Roberl' W., EAE ogue, Jack, Jr., WIDEK ohl, Jerry A., AEII oin1'er, Douglas D. oIs'ler, Harmon, AEII Parham, Willie C., Jr., EAE Popwell, David' Park, Richard E., TKE Parker, John H. Parker, Richard A. Parshall, John C. Pale, Jason D. Pafer, Daniel M., Ill Pairick, Roberl' M. Paiillo, Douglas W. PaH'on, Cullen R., Jr. Pauline, James V. Pearson, Clyde H., EN Peebles, Allon C. Peeples, James K. Pelion, William C. Perilloux, Charles J., Jr. Perkins, Cy s., Ben Perry, Allison S., lll, ATQ Perry, Waller L. Peliiss, Jack W. 'Phillips Claude R., lll, B911 Phillips David E. Phillips, James C. Phillips, Kevin M. Phillips, Wyail' L., Jr. Plcke'H', Dave R., DDE Pillow, Clyde E. Piper, John H., GX Pisano, Thomas R., GE Pllalo, Sfephen K. Plage, Henry L., Jr. Porler, Roberl' J., Jr., 93 5 1: ,Qi . 5 I 6 I x 6. KN S ai . ' ': 'f e ...Ma -la 41-X 3- f P LEFT: Olson, Clyde A. O'Neal, Larry P. Osfeen, Charles R., GX O'TooIe, James P. Ouflaw, Douglas G. Painier, Jack S., Jr., EN Palau, Javier Palladino, Joseph A., Jr. LEFT: Poss, ,David H., ll Powell, Gerald W. Pra'l'er, Sfephen L., ATA Prather, Roberl' S., Jr. Pressley, Edna R. Price, Wayne E. Primm, Joseph R., QE Prodgers, Roberl' J., EX Pryor, John G., Jr., 4I7I'A Puckel-l', Douglas B. Pulido, lvan J. Pulliam, James B. Puls, Ca-rl A., Jr. Pupek, Anthony 'M. Purcell, Roberl W. Puryear, Waller A., KZ 497 ' k R. BELOW: Rafzman, James W. Relcllafif Fran . Pufman, David J. Rav. Terrvafme C- 5elQ:j'jf,Q5,lieasY',5'on2E'iiJ" Quinfon, Bobby L. Reasor, Ro-nald E., A2417 Rel EI Jef-fre ,AEQ Raffield, John W., AT!! Reddi'l'l', Richard W. eusc E, b in LY -. Ragsdale, John W. Reed, Beniiman F., Ill EBV-elfldo ggolfe W Raines, Jasper R., lll, ATA Reed, Joel W-. ATQ Riyrgos sbennyg EN Ramsey, Thomas O. Reed, Rpberf E-. JF- R.i1 ed n Midge' E Randolph. Alberl' C. Reed. T'm0HlY P-I 'DFA lckarbscii' N- k E Jr Randolph. Cleve S., 'IPKT RQGVES. Waller C-I lll- ATA Ric Rn ilvalik 'CM Ralfef, Roberl' L. Regisler, Dallas D., KE RIQQW- ' 'am '- RIGHT: Roberls, Sharon M. Roberlson, John E., ATS! Robinson, Michael R. Robinson, Ralph D., Jr. Robinson, Slephen E., EDTA Robles, Francisco C. Rodgers, Edwin C., Jr., BE-JH Rodgers, Ted W. Rodriguez, Leonard J., GE B ELOW: Rogers, Charles F., EX Rogers, Frank W., lll Rogers, John R., Jr. Rogwoni, Mario A. Romine, James H. Ronemous, Vinson B., ll Roney, Philip M. Rooney, James R., Jr. Resell, Teobaldo Ross, William C., Jr., XQ Rolhrock, Beverly 'B. Rowland, Richard L., AXA Royal, James L., Jr. Rozier, Harold H., Jr. Rudulph, Roberf L., Jr., XYD Rumble, Henr D., Jr. Rushin, Merrill, G., EAE Rufherford, Don H., EAE Rilovick, J. Sheppard Rion, Aubrey H. Risen, Marvin P. Rivera, Lucas Roberls, David M. Rolberls, Joel D., Jr. Roberls, Ralph D. Ruys, Ronald E. Ryan, Joanna M. Ryerse, William H., ll, '-IJZK Sadler, Leon Y., lll, ATA Sager, Thomas C., X111 Salley, Frank W., Jr. Salfer, Susan Sams, William N. Sanchez, Eduardo- O. Sanchez, Elio R. Sanders, David C., IIKA Sanders, Wayne S. Sands, James U., EAE Sanfilippo, Philip M. Sayell, Charles T., EN Scarbrough, Louis R., Jr. Schalz, Roberl' D. Schell, Sidney T., lll, ZIIJE 498 LEFT: Scheyvader, Clifford J., Jr. Schneider, Edward H., AEH Schraibman, Harold R., AEH B ELOW: Scott, Richard E., Jr. Scott, Wesley P. Seaton, James A. Sherman, William Shields, Joh nR. J. shook, william N., Simmons, Robert W. Simpson, David L., ATS! Skillern, Charles T. LEFT: S'chuller, Albert F., Jr., EX Schultz, Larry L., AXA Schwikert, Frank D., Jr. LEFT: Smith, Ralph S., '-DEK Smith, Robert J., Jr. Smith, Thomas C., KA Seavey, Jerome J. Segars, Donald F. Sellinger, Frank L. Sendler, Richard' N. Serbia, Antonio EN Shults, Thomas L., AT9 Shuman, Leiston T., Jr., EX Shutley, Crosby Sickel, James B. Siegel, Richard' H'., AEII Shankle, Charles G., Jr. Simkins, Robert M., Ill Shaw, William E., Jr., XQD Simmons, Arthur C., Jr. Shelton, Jordan K. Simmons, Cleatons J., 4DI'A Shepherd, Michael L. Simmons, James F. CLASS OF 1966 RIGHT: Steadman, James F., AT Steele, Russell C., EAE Steg, John P. Steinberg, Bernard, AETI Stenttenagel, Mick F., EX Stepka, Richard W. Stevens, Charles G. Stevens, George B., ll Stewart, Ronald E. Stoner, Joseph P. Strayer, Todd B. Stroupe, Walter E., Jr. Struthers, John O. Stump, Jay D. Sullivan, Richard C. Sullivan, W. Lawrence Sumner, Andrew T. Suttmeier, Richard H., Xi? Swann, Donald M., Jr., TIKA Swanson, Richard E. Sweat, Michael D. Swift, Stephen T.. Xi' Swintord, Charles M. Taft, Barrett P. ., -v ,Z lm n RIGHT: Smith, William W. Snell, Cecil L., EX Slye, Ernest R., Ill Smedlund, William S. Smith, Donald R. Smith, James C., 'DAG Smith, James G., Jr. Smith, James R., ATA Smith, Jimmy R. Smith, John F., Jr. Smith. Melville E., A2111 Snelson, Robert L., CIJAG Snipes, Henry W. Soares, Victor S. Sokol, Don T. Sollner, Gerhard, Jr. Sousa, John P. Spear, David R., GX Speicher, Paul W., Jr., B911 Spencer, Lofton D. Spicer, Walter E., lll Spurway, David T. Stacey, James H., Ill Stamps, Edward R., l Stancil, Bruce J., Jr. Stanto, Russell O. Staton, Rocker T., l'll v, me RIGHT: Taylor, Don L., Jr. Taylor, Frank A., lll, A2119 Taylor George H. - Taylor, Harvey C., lll Taylor, John P., A213 Taylor, Roberl L., lll Teahan, Norman S., Jr., B911 Teasley, James R. Teasley, Sfewarf P. Tellepsen, Howard T., EAE Thomas, Jerry K Thomas, Raymond E. Thompson, David L. Thompson, George R., X15 Thompson, John W. Thompson, Larry A. Thorne, Jon E. Thornfon, J. Roy, Jr. Thorp, Thomas B., Jr., ATQ Toland, Srephen W. Toney, Philip M. Toole, Barckley W., ZAE Torres, Heclor M. Tracy, Richard S. Trapnell, James H., EX Trask, John A., Jr., ATA Travis, David M., ATA Tripp, David A., QA9 Tuller, Frank N. Turner, Clyde E., Jr. BELOW: RIGHT: Turner, Cufhberl' J. Turner, James M., Jr. Turner, Raymond D., Jr. Turpin, David M. Twiggs, S-amuel W., lll, ATQ Tyree, George P., EN Uhrio, Richard J., Jr. Underwood, John H., A211 Underwood, William D. Upson, Peler R. Vanderlaal, Felipe A. Vander Plaals, John W. Van Voorhis, Kennefh R., 'IJKE Vaughan, Frank C., Jr. Verify, Michael J. Verner, Marvin E., Jr. Vernon, William H. Ves'l'al, Alan E. Vignes, Wayne A. Villalobos, Neslor S., lll Vincnel, Philip S., A2111 Vohs, Dennis V. Volavka, Richard H., AXA VonSchaaf, Charles P. VonSschlegell, Alfred B., KA Waclawski, Joseph .F., Jr., AXA Waddell, Bryon A., Jr. Waddell, William T., BGII Wairsman, William E. Walden, Thomas E., Jr. Walden, William C., Jr., ABQ Wallace, John S. Wallace, John S. Wallace, Viclor C. Wallace, William T., Jr., EX Walsh, Emmel- M., AXA Walsfad, Orlow M., Jr., ATE Walfer, Roberl' J. Wal'l'ers, John J., Jr. Wallhall, H. L. Ward, Cecil R., Jr. Wardrep, Billy R. Warner, Rona d R. Warren, Paul H. Walanakun, Khahnung RIGHT: Waiers, John L. Wafkins, John- B. Walson, James R. Walls, George L. Wayman, Norman J., Jr., AEH Weaver, Gabriel H. Weaver, Kennelh 'Bu Webb, Charles A. Webb, James W., Jr., IIKA Webb, John P. Webb, William C., 'IPAQ Weise, Roberl' W., Ill ll RIGHT: Williams, William R., Jr. Williamson, Alvin V., ATA Willing, James G., TKE Willingham, Larry H., EN Willis, Richard S. Wilson, Calherine L. Wilson, Dale S., ll, AXA Windle, John B., lll w Ss ' ff- . Sif:ei::5f-' T . -A .121 Iii? ' I . ...M 1- f -- Q-sa 3 -. .- rg-:-:..f....f:- . W 21f2S. "i . . - ee. ' W' 2' f, .5 . ' .... "' . 4i-" s.. -- 5 b ,T - , - X J in F2 is r Q'2z'f:s f 5 52 . " fail? ' . , . cl 'Y 'K 5 ' if V gg-,lu .. 5. , V ,,.., ,Biff J l ,V ' .5 , ik' . . ' X .,.. . 'G . .th t -xf- : -f ..-V . A A all 1 I 1 ABOVE: Weilzel, Charles E., X115 While, John H., B911 Widenren, Gerald B. Welch, Dicky R. While Langfred W. Wiggins, William J., Jr., B911 Wells, Clifford D. While Michael M. Wigh, Richard J., XII? Wesl, Peler F. While, Richard H. Wilby, William L. Weslbrook, Larry R. While, Roberl L. Williams Gerald C., Jr. Weslmoreland, James E., lll While, Tyrus M. Williams James C. Weygand, Kennelh B., 'DFA Whilehead, Howard R., AT Williams, Roger D., GX While, David L., TKE Whilesides, Jimmy H., TIJFA Williams, Thomas F. While, George E., lll Whill, David L., 'IJZK Williams, Thomas L. BELOW: Winkler, Alexander L., QEI1 Winkler, John P., Jr. Winsness, Denis J., Xllf Winslead, Bill A. Wisenbaker, William E., Jr., EN Wilher, Slephen E. Wilhinglon, Anlon S., A2115 Wille, Armin F., III Willslruck, Richard G. Womack, Everell H., Jr. Womack, William L., 11KA Wood, Allen R. Woodall, Larry C. Woodfin, Richard H., Jr. Woodruff, James R., ATA Woolf, Richard A., QEI1 Work, Dan T., Jr. Wormwood, Chrislopher T. B911 Wrighl, James E. Wrighl, Jerome L., lll Wyall, Edward L. Wynn, Richard H., Jr., A2111 Yaksh, Tony L., AT Yancey, Harold O. Yanlz, Thomas C. Yarbrough, Lanier B., Jr., IIKA Yocum, Charles E. Youland, John F., TKE Young, Allen M. Young, Charles A., Jr., IIDAG Wing, Edward T., B911 1h Young, Charles W., Jr., ATS? Young, Claude C., Il, QDKT Young, Kennelh A. Young, Richard N. Youngblood, Spurgeon E., Jr. Zimmer, Larry E., GX Zimmy, David W. Zook, Glen E., IITKE Zurko, Sleven J. if ... .f 1" . f'-gif: f mg X 4 NEAL CLARENCE AARON, A+lan+a, Ga., Malh. RONALD EDGAR ABLOWICH, Greenville, Texas, Malh, ZRIDE. DEMETRIO J. ABUCHAIBE, Barranquilla, Colombia, S.A., Incluslrial Managemenl. WAYNE LEE ADAMSON, Venice, Fla., Mechanical Engineering, AKA. GARTH RUSSELL AKRIDGE, Jacksonville, Fla., Physics, Kalf. DANIEL LEE ALBRITTON, Camclen, Ala., Physics. DWIGHT E. ALFORD, Greenville, S. C., Mechanical Engineering, KA. JOHN PALMER ANDERSON, Brunswick, Ga., Mechanics. SERGIO BRICK ARDON, Alaivela, Cosla Rica, Archileclure. SAINUDDIN MOHAMMEDBMAI BANATWALA, Bombay, India, Slruc- lures. DON CHARLES BANKS, N. Lillle Rock, Arkansas, Civil Engineering, EQE. RICHARD DILLON BARKSDALE, Apopka, Fla., Civil Engineering. PETER DEREK BERGSTROM, Jacksonville, Fla., Eleclrical Engineering, EN. MILTON EDWARD BERRY, Carulhersville, Missouri, Mechanical Engi- neering, '-PFA. ROBERT L. BERRY, Paris, Kenlucky, Eleclrical Engineering. CHARLES MCSWEEN BLACKMON, MarieHa, Georgia, Aeronaulical Engineering. JAMES J. BLUE, JR., Monlgomery, Alabama, lndusirial Engineering. ROBERT LEE BOLTON, Erwin, Tenn., Mechanical Engineering. 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' ' -' fl rn.-Q.-. f - 1:1,ff . f -, ., N'-nf ,f2'2R.,2QQ- 115555-ae'2ef.S 'ML -..-Q.. '- ' : if M -we gage f . I if . 1- 11,5 Lfmqi. . .,,..3,',. . , , .. , ., - ,.,W,.ci is I ' - we . , . Lg. Q 4.1 ' L - . , -..,,...,' ,, as , N P 7, NN . - , -Muff' A 9 ,NA - 9-' .V N, , . 'H Inside 'l'I'1e Big . . . Alexander Memorial Q N V- BRADLEY, J. WILLIAM, JR., Conyers, Ga., I 'i eu ,vzz , ,P . Aeronawlical Engineering. B' BROOKS, WILLIAM C., JR., Allanra, Ga., ln- xg dusirial Managemenl. 1 Vlk BUCK, ROBERT W., Cleveland, Ohio, Ceramic ",. . "nn Engineering, TKE. ' i" BURGESS, JOHN M., Sparianlaurg, S. C., Elec- , irical Engineering. ' BYARS, LLOYD L., Hapeville, Ga., lndus+rial Bradley Brooks Buck Management BYWATER, FREDERICK B., Lakeland, Fla., In- ' . Q duslrial Engineering, B911 U ' f CALLENS, EARL E., JR., Ailania, Ga. Aero- Q if ..,,,' naufical Engineering, GE. CHAN, CHEE K., New York, N.Y., Chemisrry. CHAD, NELSON P. C., Peiiou, Taiwan, China, ' -'Q :' I Texiiles. . 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Vdx NASSAR, RIAD F., Beirui, Lebanon: Chemislry. "i. , J NEWTON, ROBERT W., Minneapolis, Minn.: Aeronauiical Engineering. sl.. if NICHOLS, EDWARD L., ni, Birmingham, Ain., Elecirical Engineering. V PETIT. PARKER H.. AI'lan+a, Ga.: Engineering Mechanics: IIKQ. I I- --i- X X " PILGRIM, RAYMOND W., Laiayeile, Ga.: lndusirial Managemeni. - , PORCELL, JUAN M. J., Panama, Republic of Panama: Civil Engineering. , f Xi i - A V g l RAUCH, WILLIAM R., Tampa, Fla.: lndusirial Management Mode Mur h N N ,ll REESE, STANLEY H., Orlando, Fla.: Elecirical Engineering. Y p V assar ewfon I Rl ES' KEN NE-l-H M" Miami' l:la'l San' E' -"-'-i'--i .-.ir -"' -'-':'-Iwi: .-,... - . RR:-,.gRi.W.r...-r. - RITTENHOUSE, OLIVER C., Ea si POinI', Ga.: Mechanical Engineering. M Q ROBERTS, THOMAS S., Annision, Ala.: Texiile Chemislrv: EAE. , i ,.,, 5 if ROBINSON, JAMES c., JR., erm Hill, Alan Indnsrrigl Engineering: , i i il . I BGII. ,.,.,.,. '-.- II . . -' ,,,..,. is :I 'if V. . -. RODGERS, EDWARD G., A'Ilan'l'a, Ga.: lndusirial Engineering: EN. - ' I SANDERS, JOHN P., Fayeiieville, Ark.: Chemical Engineering: A2111 " "fa ' . SAVAGE, ROBERT: ci+y Planning. . '- I ' . . L. ' . A I ' In Nichols Pefii' Pilgrim Porcell , l -'i' f i i ' 'I ' ' . Rauch Reese Ries Riffenhouse Roberfs Robinson Rodgers Sanders Savage l . ""' 'ii- 4 : A i -. . - I I R I .. ...M 1 -M.: . i... , R---.-- me new ,. . .1 1 I-.Mew If f '---- 5- 1, .E .57 r- .r f R' . r r -f-I 'i" " I ' K . I ' i ' 72' 'f is ' 'ff - if if A ii I I f, .A.:? fx 'I I . " I h 1 I - ' Y, , ' Schmieman Schwarz Shaw Shelion, D. Shelion, S. Sills Simonis Sissom Smifh , I "" , . E- r K ...tcp '. V . Y S L -5. N F ' l Speckharf Spigkg E .. 12- ' I r Frosh come in second agains'I' Clemson. Spogswood Sfames SCHMIEMAN, WILLIAM A., F+. Walron Beach, Fla.: lndus+riaI Engineer- g ' mg' r-.tg . - - SCHWARZ, RUDOLPH, Basle, Swiizerland: Archiieciu re. . 5 Q "" ' l SHAW, JOHN C., Brunswick, Ga.: lnduslrial Managemeni: ATQ. PM ' I riff?" 35 SHELTON, DAVID A., Ailania, Ga.: Aerospace Engineering. ' W 'i' SHELTON, SAMUEL V., Boynion Beach, Fla.: Mechanical Engineering. V SILLS, JERRY A., Ailania, Ga.: Aeronauiical Engineering. , slMONIs, JOHN c., Marion, Oirigr Engineering Mechanics. I SISSOM, LEIGHTON E., Manchesier, Tenn.: Mechanical Engineering. Talboil Tebers SMITH, LEO A., Waycross, Ga.: Inclusirial Engineering. ..,,,,,,, gguulzlq , A ,,,,,,. 2 E, H, g, I SPECKHART, FRANK H., Quincy, III.: Mechanical Engineering: AXA. - I , SPIEKS, PAUL E., Decaiu r, Ga.: Civil Engineering. i " I SPOTTSWOOD, HENRY M., III: lndusirial Mgnngerngnii -Miz. , ' STARN ES, JAM ES H., JR., Decaiur, Ga.: Engineering Mechanics: QA9. TALBOT, THOMAS E., A'rlan'la, Ga.: Mechanical Engineering. S L "' ! TEBERS, DAVID T., Crysial Lalce, III.: Elecirical Engineering, S' I 'I " Rx TEM PLETON, WILLIAM M., Decaiur, Ga.: Physics: TKE. l THOMPSON, JOE F., JR., Columbia, Tenn.: lndusirial Managemeni. I 'I Templefon Thompson I I I I I I l aff! V,.:I5" 1 . i 'ifi 5 E " H " AS..-f.,. -f.- 3 QNX 1 ' .. ' ' ai., , -,: 3:-. x -3 e wi N K Q Q. 4 z.sQ'N' fsrfifzzffs . ,, 1 3? 3 X w id . X QS Q Turner Valencia Wallace, J. Wallace, T. Wafamabe GRADIIATES - ' 5-'Tri' I-9571: 1 . i. Webb, J. J. Webb, J. B. Whafley Whifehead Whiffen Q. Y? H fi TURNER, ALBERT J., JR., Arcaclia, Fla.: Malhemalicsg DIPE. VALENCIA, EDUARDO, Medellin, Colombia, S. A., lndus- lrial Managemenl. WALLACE, JAMES M., JR., Augusla, Ga.: Civil Engineering. WALLACE, THOMAS S., A'llan+a, Ga.: Soil Mechanics: 95. WATAMABE, KYOZO, Sailama-ken, Japan: lncluslrial En- gineering. WEBB, JESSE J., Savannah, Ga.: Civil Engineering. WEBB, JOE B., No. LiH'le Roclc, Ark.: Aeronaulical Engi- neering. WHATLEY, JACK W., JR., Allanla, Ga.: Chemical Engi- neering. WHlTEHEAD, KENTON D., Lombarcl, Ill., Aerospace Engi- neerung. WHITTEN, JERRY L., Barlow, Fla.: Physical Chemislry. WILLBANKS, CHARLES E., Lavonia, Ga.: Mechanical En- gineering. WOOD, EARLY W., Pavo, Ga.: Elecirical Engineering. WRIGHT, PAUL H., Allanla, Ga., Civil Engineering. WYNDHA,M, JOHN G., Orangeburg, S. C.: Cily Planning. DAVID W., Charleslon, S. C.: Chemical . 0 1 ' 1 . Wrighl -........,-f W ..,. YARBROUGH, Engineering. ' ,. H Willbanks I Y. 50 Wyndham - Wood vi 5' 9 gf Yarbrough .limimy Fidler blows il' ou+. Diliferenlial X on 'l'hree. . E3 Wx Wig? X 3 'K Q . xg Q Y "-, .. ,,. xzfqffzfi 'xg vw A Q' M U Wxrxx ' Q xv 2 99 , ww, ' ' 1 NV , eq 5, - --A X 5 .Q Q 4. Q . , , 1 5 f fm ,,-4.--gy f -A f 4 ,K ,, .,,, . fa 6222, w SB N 'Si Q 's . ff was :Q "f 5, 5733 i n Q 9 . 'H - s if .. I '5 - 1' E. ff av- flzg H qu! I v -5 X q I' - The 1963 staff tried something new this year-we worked four quarters instead of the usual two. In doing so I hope that we have surpassed our predecessors. Our book is different than its forerunners in that it has no theme as such. I thought thatthe space saved developing a theme is secondary to the fullest presentation of those memories which made up the student's campus year. A second new feature in this year,s book was the elimination of the twenty-odd one page breakers and their consolidation into eight two page color breakers, thus making the word breaker really mean something. Emphasized this year is good photography and plenty of it! Everything from fraternity presidents to YMCA Cabinet officers was dealt with on a personal basis to lend dignity and importance to these positions. Continu- ing the Blue Print trend to present a total picture of an organization and not just its composition, mug shots were left out and activity pictures Cmuch harder to come byj were used. The Blue Print is, of course, a team effort with some forty people giving their time, ingenuity, and enthusiasm to this single cause, much without reward. Special thanks are due Bill Sumits, Bernie Wenke, Rick Wisler, Grey Hodges, Noel Davis, Jon Taylor, Deloy Burrell, and Ken Walend, our photographers. Pat Nettles, General Editor, Jim Martin, 75th Year Anniversary Editor, and Don Schwarcz, Copy Editor, did an out- standing job as newcomers to the Blue Print. Bill Dameron, Dave Pitts, Susan Starr, Bill Marchal, and Paul Newton came back this year with exemplary effort. Deepest thanks go to Larry Tucker, Associate Editor, Tommy Thomas, Managing Editor, Al Price, Adver- tising Editor, and Dan Hartley, Business Manager who graciously iinanced our color this year. 509 Noel Davis Bill Sumiis Advertising Breaker Ccolorj, Academic Breaker Ccolorj , Or- ganizations Breaker fcolorj, Koseme, Y.M.C.A. Cabinet, S.L. and E.C., Classes Breaker fcolorj, Varsity Basketball, Fraternity Presidents, Publica- tions, Features, I.F.C. Mem- bers, Freshman Football. COVER DESIGN Jesse Turner Ken Walencl Fraternity Parties, Intramural Football, Organizations, Assorted Pictures in Senior Section, Var- sity Gymnastics. Department Heads, Administration Breaker, Administration, President's Portrait, Fraternity Life, Homecoming, g g Some Organizations, Class Breakers, Beauties Breaker, Beauties Section, Or- ganizations Breaker, Varsity Football, Fraternity Breaker C C010rD, Varsity Basketball, Epilogue. 1 Bernie Wenke Fraternity Activ- ities, Religious Organizations, Y.M.C.A. Or- ganizations, CBeautiesJ , As- sorted Campus Pictures, Intra- mural Sports, 75th Anniver- sary Pictures, Glee Club, I.F.C., Coach Coleman, Var- sity Basketball, Noel Davis, Jim Taylor, ANAK. DelLoye Burrell Varsity Swimming, Some Varsity Basketball, Some Gymnastics, Some Baseball, Some Track, Assorted, Campus Photos, Assorted Organ-f' ization Pictures, Assorted Intra-' mural Sports, Assorted Fraternity rg Pictures. Phoio Credits Rick Wisler Most Varsity Basketball, Some Fra- ternity Parties, Assorted Homecom- ing Pictures, Assorted Campus Pic- tures, Some Publications Pictures, Most Military Pictures, Some Or- ganization Pictures, Some Intra- mural Sports, Some Department Heads, Sports Breaker. m1zz: Ned Smifh mural Softball, End Sheet, Various Parties, Various Homecoming. Jon Taylor Varsity Basketball, Assorted In- tramural Sports, Assorted Fra- ternity Pictures, Assorted Cam- pus Pictures, Some Senior Activi- ties, In Memoriam, 75th Anni- versary-Justice Warren. 5l'l Intramural Volleyball, Intra- Grey Hodges Assorted Features, Introduction Breaker Ccolorj, Most Administration All Re search, ANAK. v H 'N Ni 1 1 A u 5 , 'A , -W' f , gv V . , H ' M ' Q3 ' 1 K . .Qu -- w55,,,. i 5 4 . '.5,1 ,,: " HV x r ., J "W: 1 FEE? ' ' -' l ' if , K, X ' " I V- , f, ,4 ? f 5 Jf if I . L-bhl zfr I . 1 -,. J -,E .. S 5 5 4 ,ff ' 5 f 5 A , in U . ,-N .8 N A, N Hia, 'E Q E R ,mv-.mv N- so ...rdf . 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L' v.'A Z, ' .' -. -if "--- ' ' -- - -X - '- "A n ' A .,- l Q-.nga Q. 1. 'Q . ' ' .1-4l,"iv7" , ,- u'?'25fd'f' ' Y 1 4 1 'F' G' ' H -'Q' 1 Q: " 5, , 1, A. , -., -I 5 x 'A 4- , ,, - -uns- ' u V 'gif' i ' "'g"v. .L - , Adverli ing Index Adair ReaI+y 81 Loan Co. . Adams-Caies Co. .... . Arisfocral' Ice Cream Co. . . Armco Drainage 8: Me+al Produc+s R. S. Armsirong 8: Bro. Co. . Capiral A'rlan'I'a Belling Co. . . . Allania Bilrmore . . . . Aflanfa Dairies Co-op . . Ailania Fish, lnc. . . . . Arlanfa Sand and Supply Co Ai'lan+a Texiile Machinery Co. . Ailania Roofing Supply Co. . Ailanian Holel ..... Ballard's ...... Barge-Thompson, lnc. . . . Boykin Tool and Supply . . Briiiain Dining ...... Brooks-Allison Co. .... . Brown-Wrighr Holel Supply Corp Ralph Cannon Aui-o Service . Auiro Co. . . . . Capiiol Ci'I'y Flower Shop . Capi+ol Fish Co., lnc. . Cares Consiruciion Co. Cheslerfield Laundry Coca-Cola . . . Coe 8: Payne . Coleman's . . . . . . Cone Mills ....... Conklin Tin Plaie 8: Meial Co. CoHon Producer's Assoc. . . Cudahy Packing Co. . . . . Colonial Si-ores . . . Dunlap 8: Co. Dux Mixrure Elacap Supply Co. . . Elecfric Supply Co. . . Eleclrical Wholesalers, lnc. Engineer's Book Siore . Esies Surgical Supply Co. Foole Ez Davies . Fox Thearer . . Fulron Supply Co. Georgia Blue Prin+ Co. Georgia Tech . . . . Georgia Tech College lnn Gaspar-Ware ..., Harrell 8: Co. Huri' 8: Quin lrvindale Farms lvan Allen Co. 514 Junior's ..... . . . Jersey lce Cream Co ..... Johnson 8: Higgins of Georgia . Kingsporl- Press ...... Krispy Kreme Doiughnur Shops Lander Mo+ors MacDougald Consi. Co. . Mammy's Shanfy . . Monfag Bros., lnc. . Moror Convoy . Murual of Omaha . Na+han's Auro Supply . Nai-ional Lead Co. . Newcomb 8: Boyd . Olin's Ren+-a-Car . Pacific Muiual Life . Pickrick ..... Po'Her 8: Rayfield . . Provideni' Murual Life . Pure Oil Co .... Riviera Moiel . Roberl' 8: Co. ScarreH's Garage . Schwob Co. . . Sealiesl Foods Seven Sreers . . Harry Sommers . . . Souiheasiern Engraving . Souiheasiern Radio Pal-is . Specialiy Dislribuiers . . Sfephenson 8: Assoc. . J. P. S'I'evens . . . S+ouFfer Foods . Tech Service Srarion . Tennessee Egg Co. . . Thompson, Sheppard and Jones, lnc. -- - Toledo Scales ........ Twelve Oaks ..... . Va rsiry . WGST ........ F. Graham Williams 81 Co. . Yancey Bros. Co. . . . . Yellow Jackei' Barber Shop , York's Recrea'I'ion Parlor . . l l 1 .ii 543 i 1.4 54l gx 550 .fl li lf 553 4, 54I if ii, li ll 559 ily li HZ 539 yi 53l 558 4 547 ' 552 545 ' 529 527 R 562 549 A 539 541 A 555 527 537 , 521 1 li G 'C X: 3 COLLEGE 7 5 , INN Aaron, N. C., Allanla, Ga., 502 Abbey, L. E., Decalur, Ga., l50, 486 Abel, W. F., Brunswick, Ga., 470 Abernalhy, D. H., Allanla I6, Ga., 378 Ablowich, R. E., Greenville, Texas, I72, 502, 352, 353 Abney, R. W., Cochran, Ga., 450 Abrams, J. R., Allanla I0, Ga. 486 Abuchaibe, D. J., Medellin, Colombia, 502 Acebal, R., Tampa 5, Fla., 486 Acerra, J. M., Long Branch, N. J., 172,470 neral Index Amelio, G. F., Miami, Fla., I54, I56, 267, 282. 370, 470, 47l American Ceramic Sociely, 232 American Chemical Sociely, 233 American Inslilu-I-e ol Archilecls, 234 American Inslilule ol Che-m. Eng., 235 American Inslilule of lnduslrial Engineers, 236 American Markeling Assoc., 238 American Malerial Handling Sociely, 239 American Sociely lor Civil Engineers, 240 American Sociely lor Mechanical Engineers, 242 Aullman, W. K., Allanla, Ga., 450 Auslin Auslin Auslin Auslin Auslin Aulin, , A. W., Easl Poinl, Ga., 450 , D. G., Hogansville, Ga., I36, 470, 487 , J. D., San Anlonio 23, Texas, I76, 487 , S. W., Decalur, Ga., I80, 470 , T. M-., Live Oak, Fla., 487 D. C., Houma, La., l22, 487 Avery, W. H., Allanla 6, Ga., l24, I94, 470 Ayer, Ayres, D. L., N. Franklin, Conn., II8, 487 J. A., Gabbellville, Ga., II2, 450 Azar, J. M., Allanla I2, Ga., II2, 360, 450 Acree, E. M., Jr., Foresl Park, Ga., 486 Adams, B. R. Augusla, Ga., 450 Adams, F. C., Pine Mounlain, Ga., I00, 486 Adams, J. A., Elberlon, Ga., 94, l90, 290, 378 Adams, J. B., Jr., Decalur, Ga., I68, 368, 489 Adams, J. N., Allanla, Ga., 489 Adams, J. H., Lulz, Fla., I32, 470 Adams, J. P., Jr., Allanla 7, Ga., 486 Adams, S. D., 450 Adams, W. A., Tampa 9, Fla., 450 Adams, W. A., Langley AFB, Va., IO0, 235, 378 Adamson, R. M., Allanla, Ga., 378 Ames, A. M., Belhesda I4, Md., I00, 486 Amis, R. Wm., Jr., Allanla I6, Ga., I42, 232, 450 Amos, W. L., Jr., Columbus, Ga., I04, 486 Arldel, I'I. L., 32I, 4-B6 Anderson, G. Wm., Allanla I9, Ga., 486 I'l Anderson, J. ., Dublin, Ga., 470 Anderson, J. M., Allanla IB, Ga., 486 Anderson, J. P., Brunswick, Ga., 502 M Anderson Anderson Anderson , L. ., Savannah, Ga., 486 , P. G., Fl. Lauderdale, Fla., 470 , R. F., Augusla, Ga., 450 B-Team, Foolball, 334 Babb, J. J., Memphis II, Tenn., 450 Babb, J. R., Norlolk, Va., I04, 450 Backer, C. J., Richmond 2I, Va., I40, 450 Backus, H. G., Jesup, Ga., 285, 450 Bacon, F. C., lrwinlon, Ga., 294, 470 Baenninger, S. L., Sl. Pelersburg, Fla., 290, 379 Baggarly, A. L., Macon, Ga., 487 I Bagleiy, J. T., Fayelleville, Tenn., 206 Bagley, R. D., Chalsworlh, Ga., 487 Bagnal, M. P., Forl Lauderdale, Fla., 450 Adamson, W. L., Venice, Fla., I32, 502 Adler, B. H., Albany, Ga., I42, 489 Adminislralioln, 42 Adverlising, 5I0 Aerospace Engineering Faculry, 60 Agner, L. M., Madison, Fla., 486 Agoob, A. M., Sylvesler, Ga., 96, 368, 489 Aguirre, L. C., Coral Gables 46, Fla., 489 Aiken, K. V., Brunswick, Ga., IOO, 378 Aiken, T. F., Challanooga Il, Tenn., I36, 486 Aikenhead, M. N., Sarasola, Fla., 486 Aikens, C. H., III, Avondale Eslales, Ga., I42, 489 Aikman, R. C., 486 Aiax, F. W., Direclor of Public Relalions, 46, 27I Air Fo-rce Cadel Slaff, 36 Air Force ROTC Facully, 84, l08, 486 Akins, J. I., Jr., Alhens, Ga., I64, 335, 470 Akridge, G. R., Jacksonville 7, Fla., II2, 296, 502 Alberl, R. E., Miami 56, Fla. II2, 486 Albrighl, R. W., Alhens, Ga., I32, 282, 470 Alcorla, S. Alexande r, Alexander Alexander Alexander Alexander Allaro, A., Allard, D. Albrillon, D. L., Allanla 9, Ga., 290, 502 Alcorla, J. D., Miami, Fla., 450 De J., Miami 37, Fla., 486 L. T., Covinglon, Ga., 486 N. T., Jr., Allanla 6, Ga., 450 S. R., Elwood, Ind., 470 T. L., Allanla I6, Ga., I42, 450 . W. A., Gray, ea., loo, 450 Miami 66, Fla., 378 E., Allanla I8, Ga., 502 Allord, R. W., Augusla, Ga., I64, 450 Alford, T. E., ll, Monlgomery 5, Ala., 486 Allbrillon, E. A., Birmingham 9, Ala., I00, 450 Allegrel, F. P., Housloin, Texas-, 378 Allen, D. M., Molena, Ga., 450 Allen, E. J., Elberlon, Ga., 96, 378 Allen, H. K., Pacoler, Mills, S. C., I68, 486 Allen, J. D., Allanla I3, Ga., 470 Allen, R. L., Jr., Dolhan, Ala., II8, 282, 470 Allen, R. F., Merrill Island, Fla., l89, I96, 378 Allen, R. L., Kissimmee, Fla., 368, 4866 Anderson, R. T., Grovelown, Ga., 470 Anderson, T. E., Rome, N. Y., l50 Andrew, S. A., Trenlon 8, N. J., 450 Andrews, D. G., Lake Worlh, Fla., 486 Andrews, F. J., Lake Worlh, Fla., 486 Andrews, H. R., Hunlsville, Ala., 450 Andrews, K. J., Mariella, Ga., 470 Andrews, W. B., Allanla I0, Ga., 450 Anglin, M, D., Chamblee, Ga., 486 Ankrom, C. N., Allanla 7, Ga., 450 Anlhony, J. R., Complroller, 47, l24, 470 Anlopolsky, I. S., Augusla, Ga., 96, 470 Apel, C. L., Allanla ll, Ga., 450 Apple, J. M., Jr., Decalur, Ga., 470 Applied Biology Facully, 60 Arbauch, M. A., Weslminsler, Md., II8, 486 Archileclure Facully, 58 Ardon, S. E., Alaiuela, Cosla Rica, 502 Arechaga, F. J., Coral Gables, Fla., 450 Areharl, Wm. M., Jacksonville I7, Fla., 486 Arquello, G. A., Managua, Nicaragua, 486 Ariail, J. F., Jr., Thomasville, Ga., 486 Arie, E. A., Rocky Mounl, N. C., 378 Armeslo, R., Miami 35, Fla., 470 Armislead, F. B., Augusla, Ga., 470 Armslrong, B. J., Valdosla, Ga., 470 Armslrong, P. S., Easl Poinl, Ga., I68, 368, 450 Bagwe Bagwe ll, C. S., Lawrenceville, Ga., 287, 379 ll, D. L., Canlon,- Ga., I68, 344, 345,470 Bailey, C. D., Allanla I7, Ga., 487 Bailey, J. E., Ormond Beach, Fla., l50, 379 Bailey, J. R., Belhesda, Md., 450 Bailey, M. J., Allanla 9, Ga., 470 Bailey, Wm. H., Jr., Sl. Marys, Ga., 379 Bains, F. E., Deland, Fla., 235 Baird, Wm. A., Allanla, Ga., I84, 379 Baker, AL F., Jr., Millen, Ga., II4, 487 Baker, B. C., Allanla, Ga., 487 Baker, B. R., Norman Park, Ga., I64, 450, 487 Baker, B. R., Charlolle, N. C., I58 Baker, C. F., Hinesville, Ga., 379 Baker,-D. J., Allanla, Ga., I46, 379 Baker, E. W., Summerville, S. C., l50, 470 Baker, H. A., Covinglon, Ga., 487 Baker, J. B., Tulsa 35, Okla., I32, 47I Baker, J. E., Decalur, Ga., 368 Baker, P. D., Rock Hill, S. C., 380 Baker, P. T., Mariella, Ga., 380 Baldwin, C. D., Okeechobee, Fla., 487 Baldwin, J. J., Bennellsville, S. C., I6O, I6l, 267, Armsilron g, R. Wm., Fl. Lauderdale, Fla., 486 Army ROTC Facully, 76 Army ROTC Slall, 78 Arnell, R. M., Aiken, S. C., II2, 486 Arnold Air Sociely, 85 Arnold, J. D., Birmingham 9, Ala., 470 Arnold, J. B., Brewlon, Ala., I42, 470 Arnold, L. G., Decalur, Ga., 486 Arnold, R. Wm., Mariella, Ga., 378 Arnold, R. E., Winder, Ga., 486 Arnold, W. M., Jr., Greenwood, S. C., 486 Arp, D H Jr EIli'a G IO4 . ., ., I y, a., , 378 Arp, E. W., Epworlh, Ga., 280, 285, 450 Arringlon, B., Allanla I3, Ga., 379 Arringlon, M. S., Decalur, Ga., 450 Arrowood, E. C., Smyrna, Ga., 486 Arroyo, R. N., Allanla I9, Ga., 487 270, 276, 290, 370, 374, 380, 385 Balkcom, H. L., Georgelown, Ga., I64, 47I Balkcorn, J. R., Jr., Chamblee, Ga., 487 Ball, H. O., Jackson, Ga., I68, l90, 487 Ballard, R. D., Creslview, Fla., 85, 293, 450 Ballard, T. R., Homeslead, Fla., 282, 47l Ballew, T. J., Copperhill, Tenn., 47I Banalwala, Z., Maharashlra, India, 502 Band, 2l4, 2l5 Bandy, J. M., Camilla, Ga., 79, IOO, 380 Bane, S., Allanla, Ga., 280, 38l Banks, D. C., N. Lillle Rock, Ark., I72, 502 Banks, J. L., Allanla Il, Ga., 487 Banks, R. H., Panama Cily, Fla., I46, 48l Banks, T. T., Savannah, Ga., 27I Baplisl Sludenl Union, 202, 203 Barbell Club, l92, I93 Barber, H. J., Waycross, Ga., I64, 450 Barber, T B., Summil, N. J., I64, 487 Bare, D. R., Weslminsler, Md., I54, 487 Barlield, J. R., Macon, Ga., 47l Allen, R. W., Decalur, Ga., 450 Allison, J. C., Challanooga 5, Tenn., I56, l90, 470 Allison, T. L., Cleveland, Ga., 450 Arlhur, M. E., Ashland, Ky., 470 AVil'1UVl S- I'I-. -IV. Chevy Chase I5, Md., I42, 335, 4-70 Ashe, H. E., Allanla, Ga., 379 Barger on, L. A., Allanla, Ga., 38I Barker, C. G., Decalur, Ga., 487 Barker, H. M., Melairie, La., 47I Barker, R. C., Decalur, Ga., 450 Alpha Epsilon Pi, 96 Alpha Pi Mu, 286 Alpha Phi Omega, 2l8 Alpha Tau Omega, IOO Alpha-Y-Phalanx, 190 Alpha Xi Della, 95 Alonso, A., Coral Gables, Fla., l90, l9I, 486 Allerman, J. J., Allanla 5, Ga., 96, 486 Allman, E. A., Gray, Ga., 450 Allman, R. F., Challanooga 5, Tenn., 284 Alvira, J., Bogola 2, Colombia, S. A., I76, 450 Ashley, Wm. H., Jr., Jackson 4, Miss., 487 Askew, F. C., Columbus, Ga., IOO, 450 Askins, N. D., Birmingham I3, Ala., II4, 450 Aspinwall, J. A., Ollerman, Ga., 470 Aslin, W. F., Rome, Ga., 85, 86, 379 Alchley, Alen, G. R. G., Lamberlville, N. J., 487 L., Gainesville, Ga., 470 Alhlelic Associalion, 3l8, 3I9 Alkins, R. D., Baylown, Texas, I54, 470 Alkinson, L. W.. Orlando, Fla., l50, 487 Aubilz, E. C., Ill, Allanla 5, Ga., l80, 487 Barker, T. W., Birmingham I6, Ala., I00, 487 Barkovic, J. E., Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, 489 Barksdale, R. D., Oakland, Fla., 278, 287, 502 Barlow, T. M., Jr., Ballimore I4, Md., 282, 47l Barnard, G. B., III, Memphis I6, Tenn., I32, 282, 47I Barndl, H. J., Pollslown, Penn., 38I Barnes, A. H., 48 Barnes, J. A., Allanla, Ga., 45I Barnes, R. W., Augusla, Ga., 38I Barnell, G. 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F., Oak Ridge, Tenn., l68, 398 Ferguson, P. G., Shreveporl, La., ll5, 475 Ferguson, R. W., Jr., College Park, Ga., 49I Ferguson, Wm. M., Sylacauga, Ala., 456 Fernandez, M. A., Guanlanamo, Cuba, 296, 503 Fernandez, M. A., Chihuahua, Mexico, 475 Ferrell, R. L., New York, N. Y., I54, 475 Feuchler, C. E., College Park, Ga., 475 Fidler, F. H.. Augusla, Ga., I22, I23, 368 Fidler, J. T., Grand Prairie, Texas, ll8, 475 Fiedler, J. P., Tampa ll, Fla., 93, I72, 475 Field, F. C., Jr., Sl. Pelersburg IO, Fla., l58, 368, 456 Field, M. R., Smyrna, Ga., 475 Field, W. M., Morrow, Ga., 49l Fields, Wm. D., Grillin, Ga., 475 Fields, Wm. T., Allanla I9, Ga., 456 File, A'. B., Avondale Eslales, Ga., 398 Figueroa, D. R., Miami 62, Fla., 475 Finch, H. H., Mablelon, Ga., 49l Fink, R. L., Clearwaler, Fla., 222, 223 Finkle, D. V., Buena Visla, Ga., 49l Finkle, Y. S., Omaha 32, Neb., l90, 49l Finlay, R. L., Allanla 6, Ga., 456 Finn, D. A., Richmond, Va., 96, 49l Fischer, B. 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C., I76, 292, 456 Fricks, W. N., Jr., Americus, Ga., 456 Fridlinglon, N. E., Merion Slalion, Penn., 456 Friedell, O. R., Charleslon,. S. C., 456 Friederichsen, J., Challanooga 4, Tenn., 475 Fruendl, C. K., Andover, Mass., 475 Fry, J. B., Colquill, Ga., 475 Fugale, K. G., Louisville 18, Ky., 475 Fulghum, R. E., Houslon 35, Texas, l80, 475 Fuller, D. A., Allanla, Ga., 290, 456 Fuller, R. W., Augusla, Ga., 49l Fulmer, R. L., Lalayelle, Ga., 399 Fumbanks, J. F., Dyersburg,,Tenn., l45, 456 Fussell, R. H., Hazlehursl, Ga., 475 Fulch, R. S., Ocala, Fla., l60, l90, 475 Gahagan, R. E., Jr., Blulllon, S. C., I65, 268, 399 Gaillard, G. S., Savannah, Ga., 456 Galbaugh, R. G., Allanla l6, Ga., 475 Gallemore, 'W. G., Perry, Ga., 476 Galloway, C. P., Arlinglon, Va., 49l Gamble, Wm. L., Upper Monlclair, N. J., 476 Gandy, C. V., Tampa 9, Fla., l5l, 49l Gann, S. V., Allanla, Ga., 330 Gannaway, M. M., Lebanon, Tenn., l37, 49l Garanllo, K. T., Ruslon, La., 476 Garcia, C. 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P., Alexandria, La., 94, 287, 368, 400 Glassman, L. H., Aflanfa, Ga., 503 Gleason, L. W., Toccoa, Ga., 177, 292, 456 Glendenning, G. W., Aflania 5, Ga., 163, 476 Glissom, D. K.. Collins, Ga., 400 Glockner, R. W., Covingfon, La., 476 Glore, J. O., Jr., Aflanfa 11. Ga., 491 Glover, M. B., Jr., Walferboro, S. C., 178, 476 R. B., Hickman, Ky., 456 Goalder, Godbee, J. R., Carrollfon, Ga., 456 Godbey, J. Wm., Sumfer, S. C., 456 Godfrey, J. F., Baxley, Ga., 113, 401 Godown, J. A., Sf. Pefersburg 10, Fla., 476 Goebel, R. A., Shreveporf, La., 115, 476 Goeffsche, D. C., Arlingfon 7, Va., 347, 476 Goforfh, R. W., Jr., Decafur, Ga., 165, 491 Goglia, D. D., Aflanfa 5, Ga., 491 Goglia, M. J., Dean of Grad'ua'1'e School, 358, 401 Gold, J., Marianao Habana, Cuba, 401 Goldberg, S. S., Aflanfa, Ga., 503 Goldberg, S. H., Aflanfa 9, Ga., 476 Golden, D. L., Jr., San Diego 11, Calif., 492 Golden, R. J., Sf. Pefersburg, Fla., 456 Goldman, L. G., Forf Benning, Ga., 85, 456 Goldner, J. T., Sluarf, Fla., 476 Goldwasser, W. J., Aflanfa 6, Ga., 492 Gonczi, A. F., New Orleans 24, La., 492 Gonzalez, F. A., Havana, Cuba, 492 Gonzalez, P., Aflanfa, Ga., 401 Goode, Wm. E., Richmond, Va., 286 Goodloe, B., 321 Goodin, B. H., Griffin, Ga., 492 Goodman, D. E., Sarasofa, Fla., 492 Goodman, R. B., Sherman, Texas, 125, 492 Goodpasfure, J. C., Arlingfon 5, Va., 133, 282, 476 Goodrich, C. K., Memphis, Tenn., 293 Goodrich, J. D., Houslon 35, Texas, 104, 227, 262, 263, 277, 278, 292, 401 Goodroe, J. H., Reynolds, Ga., 476 Goodson, H. B., 111, Darlingfon, S. C., 492 Goodwin, G. F., Birmingham 16, Ala., 118, 492 Goodwin, R. N., Jr.. Aflanfa 5, Ga., 161, 492 Goodwyn, R. T., Aflanfa, Ga., 504 Goolsby, L. D., Ellaville, Ga., 456 Gordon, J. L., Honolulu 18, Hawaii, 129, 476 Gordon, R. C., Macon, Ga., 158, 476 Gordon, Wm. H., Wesl' Palm Beach, Fla., 492 Gore, D. W., Chaflanooga 11, Tenn., 155, 492 Gossman, Wm. F., Balfimore 13, Md., 173, 476 Goffsche, J. M., Ocean Springs, Miss., 104, 456 Gould, J. D., Aflanfa, Ga., 368 Grablowsky, B. J., Willisfon, S. C., 96, 492 Gracen, V. E., Jr., Pooler, Ga., 146, 492 Gracey, B. H. Valdosfa, Ga., 125, 456 Graddy, D. E., Jr., Georgefown, Ga., 456 Graeler, P. H., McMinnville, Tenn., 104, 476 Graham, B. H., La Belle, Fla., 492 Graham, D. A., Jr., Aflanfa 9, Ga.. 100, 492 Graham, D. R., Housfon 27, Texas, 492 Graham, E., 1V, Afhens, Ga., 109, 492 Graham, R. L., Glennville, Ga., 476 Graham, R. A., Laurel, Miss.. 492 Granade, B. H., Foresf Park, Ga., 290, 401 Granberry, D. G., Donalsonville, Ga., 492 Granf, E. S., Nashville, Tenn., 403 Granf, J. L., Jasper, Ga., 283, 456 Gray, B. A., Jackson, Missi., 172, 492 Gray, D. M., Savannah, Ga., 161, 476 Gray, G. S., Aflanfa 19, Ga., 169, 492 Gray, J. S., Aflanfa, Ga., 403 Grayson, N. A., Albany, Ga., 101, 492 Greek, F. A., Englewood Cliffs, N. J., 184, 368, 403 Greek, P. A., Chaffanooga 5, Tenn., 492 Green, H. F., Jr., Florence, Ala., 476 Foresl' Park, Ga., 476 Green, J. M., Green, L. W., Maryville, Tenn., 456 Green, R . 1-1., Springfield 4, Mo., 476 Green, R. R., Homesfead, Fla., 476 Green, Wm. S., Aflanfa 5, Ga., 145, 456 Greenberg, J. l., Bridgeporf 4, Conn., 140, 492 Greene, C. E., Greene, F. C., Greene, F. B., Greene, J. D., Greene, M. A., Augusfa, Ga., 122, 476 Greenwood, T. Greer, E. R., Aflanfa 10, Ga., 492 Gregg, H. D., Alexandria, La., 155, 235, 403 Gregory, H. C., Dayfona Beach, Fla., 146, 456 Thomasville, Ga., 476 Aflanfa 14, Ga., 476 Aflanfa 13, Ga., 456 Griffin, Ga., 492 F., 278, 293 Gregory, H. M., Rockmarf, Ga., 78 Gregory, J. T., McKeespoir'1, Pa., 155, 456 Greiner, C. A., Newburgh, N. Y., 476 Gresham, T. S., Washingfon, Ga., 101, 492 Guffee, C. O., Jr., Madison, Tenn., 504 Guffey, C. G., Cenfral Cify, Ky., 235, 278, 280, 284, 403 Guice, A. F., Jr., Aflanfa 16, Ga., 492 Guilarfe, W. D., Miami 35, Fla., 476 Guilbeau, E. C., Carrollfon, Ga., 476 Guilberf, E. H., Pensacola, Fla., 143, 476 Guinn, J. B., Easf Poinf, Ga., 457 Guinn, T. J., Denver 19, Colo., 492 Gullickson, J. C., Gaflinburg, Tenn., 368 Gumm, M. S., Dallas 8, Texasf, 492 Gunn, Wm. L., Ailanfa 6, Ga., 165, 492 Gunfer, M. B., Aflanfa 16, Ga., 457 Gunfher, D. H., Jr., Chaffanooga, Tenn., 119, 351, 457 Gurry, K. J., Aflanfa, Ga., 287 Gufermufh, J. M.,A+1an'1a, Ga., 172, 403 Gufheridge, J. W., Assisfanl' 'lo fhe Presiclenf, 49 Gufhrie, D. R., Smyrna, Ga., 326, 329, 330, 332, 333 Gymnas+ics, 344 Haack, T. A., Forf Lauderdale, Fla., 492 Haas, L. B. J., New Orleans, La., 140, 403 Habas, R. W., Aflanfa, Ga., 504 Habeeb, T. A., Pascagoula, Miss., 403 Hackler, C. D., Memphis 16, Tenn., 476 Hackmeyer, F. Wm., Mobile, Ala., 120, 165 280, 286, 457 Hadawaiy, C. R., Pine Mounfain, Ga., 492 Haddock, 1. F., Jr., Mechanicsburg, Pa., 101, 482 Haddock, J. Wm., Albany, Ga., 194, 457 Haddock, T. E., Florence, Ala., 360 Haeger, J. R., Jr., Hunfsville, Ala., 122, 476 Hagar, B. H., Long lsland, N. Y., 476 Hagerfy, J. M., New York 3, N. Y., 492 Hahne, C. E., Savannah, Ga., 110, 368, 403 Haigler, J. C., Carfersville, Ga., 165, 476 Haile, W. A., Savannah, Ga., 286, 403 Hairrell, Wm. B., Afhens, Tenn., 403 Hale, M. F., Marieffa, Ga., 75, 243, 292, 403 Haley, D. R., Lobeco, S. C., 173, 174, 278, 280 368, 403 Hall, A. T., Aflanfa, Ga., 476 Hall, D. L., Harfville, Ohio, 284 Hall, G. F., Gordon, Ga., 403 Hall, H. H., Sf. Louis, Mo., 403 Hall, J. H., Jr., Abbeville, S. C., 504 Hall, K. R.. Conway, Ark., 152, 457 Hall, L. B., Housfon 42, Texas, 104, 107, 492 Hall, M. M., Afhens, Ga., 492 Hall, R. S., Aflanfa 6, Ga., 404 Hall, R. L., Savannah, Ga., 476 Hall, T. A., Aflanfa, Ga., 190, 404 Hall, Wm. T., Dalfon, Ga., 161 Hallford, Halliday, R. W., Toccoa, Ga., 476 J., 111, Arlingfon 5, Va., 492 Gresham, Wm. J., Jr., Washingfon, Ga., 322 Grier, G. Wm., 111, Macon, Ga., 75, 280, 457 Griffin, A. C., Alphareffa, Ga., 492 Griffin, lf. D., Moulfrie, Ga., 330, 403 Griffin, G. C., Dean of Sfudeinrls, 47, 191, 271, 335 Griffin, J., 321 Griffin, J. D., Carrollfon, Ga., 168, 457 Griffin, L. W., Dofhan, Ala., 118, 403 Griffin, T. T., Perry, Ga., 457 Grifiing, C. A., Clarksdale, Miss., 169, 170, 190, 403 Grisillo, J. F., Jr., N. Miami Beach, Fla., 403 Grooms, T. E., Savannah, Ga., 457 Groseclose, E. W., Forf Worfh 15, Texas, 492 Gross, R. M., Jr., Allanfa 5, Ga., 161, 457 Grofewold, Wm. H., Lakefeld 25, W. Germany, 292, 403 Groves, J. W., Aflanfa 18, Ga., 492 Grubbs, F. C., Louisville 7, Ky., 476 Grubbs, J. L., Tiffon, Ga., 278 Grube, D. A., Befhlehern, Penna., 403 Gruber, B. F., Aflanfa, Ga., 231, 269, 271, 457 Gruber, B. B., Aflanfa, Ga., 104, 457 Grynkewich, N. E., Jr., Aflanfa 5, Ga., 155,457 Guard, C. C., Avondale Esfafes, Ga., 290, 403 Guess, H. A., Ailanfa 13, Ga., 278, 457 Guesf, Wm. R., Pascagoula, Miss., 119, 476 Hallman, J. L., Easf Poinf, Ga., 457 Hambrick, J. D., Easfman, Ga., 476 Hamby, H. L., Valdosfa, Ga., 476 Hamer, L. C., Tarranf, Ala., 119, 457 Hamilfon, D. A., Tampa 9, Fla., 457 Hamilion, K. A., Flushing 58, N. Y., 180, 404 Hamilfon, R. L., Aflanfa 9, Ga., 74, 85, 476 Hamilfon, T. R., Aflanfa 9, Ga., 404 Hamilfon, Wm. J., Decafur, Ga., 101, 492 Hamm, C. S., Savannah, Ga., 165, 492 Hammack, A. H., Edison, Ga., 492 Hammack, L. C., Doerun, Ga., 492 Hammond, C. L., Aflanfa 10, Ga., 457 Hammond, R. L., Birmingham 9, Ala., 476 Hammond, T. E., Aflanfa 5, Ga., 476 Hammond, Wm. K., Annisfon, Ala., 288. 404 Hampfon, C. O., Columbus, Ga., 184, 368, 457 Hampfon, J. S., Hapeville, Ga., 476 Hamby, J. E., Tuscaloosa, Ala., 75, 235, 404 Hanchey, J. M., Shreveporf, La., 122, 492 Hanchey, J. L., Norfh Liffle Rock, Ark., 85, 119, 457 Hancock, R. D., Jr., Savannah, Ga., 476 Hancock, R. W., N. Miami Beach, Fla., 155, 457 Hancock, T. G., Sarasofa, Fla., 476 Hand, L. L., Aflanfa Il, Ga., 476 Hand, P. H., Boca Grande, Fla., 190 ENJOY 1 . Q ICE CREAM 165 HAYNES ST. S.W. MU 8-3453 ATLANTA, GA. CAPITOL FISH COMPANY Wbolemle Diftributor: National Lead Co. ATLANTA BRANCH A 'K -Si INSTITUTIONAL GROCERIES 1 Manufacturers of HDUTCHU 9 Frozen Foods and Sea Foods Q. BOY, quality Paints 777 Whitehall sh, S. W. PL 54511 mg and lead Products. ATLANTA 10, GA. 451 Bishop sn., N. W. TR. 6-7361 T0-LEDO SCALE Division of Toledo Scale Corporation "The Name Everybody Knows" 'QQQQUALITY fix COTTON PRODUCERS ASSOC I ATIO ll IARKETING PURGHASINO faamot 0wadaadQdwdhd TR- 5-4433 Serving 150,000 farmer members. Sth Street at the Expressway Main Office ATLANTA, GEORGIA 529 Haney, H. P., Dallas, Texas, I43, 457 Haney, M. D., Dallas, Texas, 278, 280, 284, 292, 405 Hankey, P. E., Jr., Ailanla l7, Ga., 368 Hankinson, J. L., Valdosia, Ga., 476 Hankinson, W. O., Sl. Perersburg 7, Fla., 492 Hauensiein, J. A., Kingslree, S. C., 492 Haughr, W. D., Easf Poinl, Ga., 405 Hauss, G. E., Nanue+, N. Y., 477 Haveriield, P. B., Macon, Ga., 405 Hawes, A. S., Elberlon, Ga., I62, 297, 408 Hawkins, D. E., Lincoln, R. l., ll5, 492 Higgins, F. B., Decalur, Ga., 287 Hansell, J. D., Chamblee, Ga., 504 Hanson, D. F., 457 Harabedian, G., Jackson Hgis. 72, N. Y., l40, 492 Harberson, J. L., Hendersonville, N. C., II9, 227, 457 Hawkins, Hawkins, Hawkins, J. S., Griiiiin, Ga., 86, 278, 405 J. B., Macon, Ga., 282, 477 J. D., Memphis 7, Tenn., 457 Hawkins, R. W., Brunswick, Ga., l55, 477 Hawkins, W. N., Jr., Macon, Ga., 405 Hawlhorne, G. B., Jr., Allanla, Ga., 504 Hardeman, R. P., Ware Shoals, S. C., l37, 492 Hardin, R..E., Rome, Ga., 476 Hardin, Wm. C., Jr., Tucker, Ga., 492 Hardison, C. W., Doraville, Ga., 504 Hayes, D. W., Aiken, S. C., 477 Hayes, J. E., Challanooga, Tenn., I28, l30, 227, 264, 267, 27l, 280, 45l, 457 Hickinbolhan, J. W., Tampa ll, Fla., 458 Hickox, B. B., Glen Cove, N. Y., 93, I77, 238, 406 Hicks, H. L., Slone Mounlain, Ga., 493 Hicks, J. E., Tallapoosa, Ga., IO5, 236, 259, 262, 263, 277, 3l l, 406 Hiddleslon, Hiemenz, J. E. W., Mariel'+a, Ga., l8l, 406 F., Alma, Mich., 477 Higdon, J. L., Hialeah, Fla., 493 Higdon, M. A., Jr., Augusia, Ga., I62, 493 Higgins, D. A., Cornelia, Ga., 257, 262, 263, 3l2, 406 Higgins, L. Wm., Coral Gables, Fla., 347, 477 Highland, R. L., Grand lsland, Neb., 493 Highlower, J. R., Denmark, S. C., 493 Hardwick, W. C., Louisville 6, Ky., l04, 492 Hardy, C. E., Brooks, Ga., 457 Hardy, R. H., A+lanl'a, Ga., 504 Hardly, T. C., Macon, Ga., 492 Hardy, Wm. T., Bound Brook, N. J., l8l, 492 Hare, Wm. B., Allanra 5, Ga., l60, l6l, 457 Hayes, R. B., Allanla 7, Ga., 492 D G Haynes, . ., Lilhonia, Ga., 457 Haynes, D. S., Ridgely, Tenn., 406 Haynes, K. W., Dublin, Ga., ll5, 280, 284, 457 Haynes, K. W., Annislon, Ala., 406 Haynes, T. H., Monlgomery 6, Ala., 477 Haynie, R. L., Richmond 29, Va., 493 Highlower, N. H., Thomasion, Ga., I62, 287, 407 Higley, J. A., Jr., Fl. Worlh 7, Texas, 477 Hilbers, L. F., Allanla 7, Ga., 407 Hildebrand, G., Allanla, Ga., 504 Hilkman, M. R., Nor+h Bergen, N. J., 458 Hirons, F. Hargeii, Wm. S., Avondale Eslaies, Ga., l04, 457 Harmon, D. U., Columbia, Tenn., 492 Harmon, E. G., College Park, Ga., 476 Harms, E. N., Savannah, Ga., 476 Harms, L. G., Sarasola, Fla., 492 T Ha rn ess, Harper, C Harper, F. Harper, G. Harper, H Harper, L. Harper, T., Jr., Dyersburg, Tenn., I68, l90, 492 . N., Decalur, Ga., ll2, 457 F., Al'lanl'a 7, Ga., 504 B., Coral Gables, Fla., l8l, 457 S., McDonough, Ga., 492 L., Jr., Dec!a+ur, Ga., 405 Arlanla 7, Ga., 477 Harrell, A. V., Columbus, Ga., 477 C Harrell, A., Douglasville, Ga., 492 Harrell, J. Wm., Jr., Greenville, S. C., 477 Harrell, Wm. H., Jacksonville 7, Fla., l25, 477 Harringlon, B. S., Allanla 5, Ga., l6l, 477 Harris, A. L., Dover, Del., l33, 492 Harris, B. ., Ailanla 6, Ga., 97, 477 Harris, B. M., College Park, Ga., 457 Harris, B. J., Ailania, Ga., 2l4, 405 Harris, D. P., Tiilon, Ga., 284, 457 Harris, G. S., Mariella, Ga., 457 Harris, G. C., Jr., Ocala, Fla., 282 Hays, G. L., College Park, Ga., 479 Hays, J. H., Coral Gables, Fla., 406 Hazelrigs, Wm. B., Decalur, Ga., 493 Hazelwood, F. H., Jr., Belleair, Fla., l04, 493 Hazleil, R. E., Allanla, Ga., 504 Heard, P. W., Jr., Allanla ll, Ga., I69, 457 Heaiherly, R. E., Decafur, Ga., 477 Heburn, G. W., Rome, N. Y., l58, 477 Hechler, R. J., Union Cily, N. J., 493 Hedden, J. T., Allanla, Ga., 406 Hefner, R. A., Dean of fhe General College, 46 Heidi, W. D., Savannah, Ga., 406 Heierman, Wm. E., Allanra 9, Ga., 222, 223, 345, 457 Heil, R. H., Miami 56, Fla., I77, l90, 457 Heilker, Wm. J., Allanla I9, Ga., ll2, ll3, 368, 406 Held, C. A., Kissimmee, Fla., 297, 406 Heller, R., Hunlsville, Ala., 457 Hill, A. G., Walkinsville, Ga., 504 Hill, D. N., Lake Cil'y, Fla., 493 l'lill, l'l. B., lviiami 68, Fla., 477 Hill, H. C , College Park, Ga., I43, 407 Hill, H. A., Lavonia, Ga., 458 Hill, H. K., Griliiin, Ga., 407 Hill, J. E., Albany, Ga., I69, 493 Hill, R. M., Kansas Cily l6, Mo., 493 Hill, R., Jr., Ailanla, Ga., 504 Hille, D. H.. Hinds, P. L., Miami 55, Fla., 493 Raleigh, N. C., 493 Hinely, D. M., Silver Spring, Md., I43, 493 Hines, Wm., 262 Hinson, D. C., Bennerlsville, S. C., 296 Hinson, G. M., Moullrie, Ga., 477 Hinson, J. T., Dallas l6, Texas, 283 Hinson, R. M., Jr., Kinglree, S. C., 493 Hin'lon, R. D. B., Fiizgerald, Ga., 493 M lll 9 Fl ., ,Tampa , a., I62, l90, 267, Helms, J., 336 Hembree, F. A., Mablelon, Ga., 457 Henderson, Henderson, Henderson, H. G., Wynne, Ark., 406 J. M., Ausiell, Ga., 493 R. L., Riverdale, Ga., 477 Harris, H. L., Allanra 6, Ga., l25, 477 Harris, J. K., Bessemer, Ala., 477 Harris, J. K., Galveslon, Texas, 477 Harris, M. G., Dublin, Ga., I33, 477 Hams, P. R., Ailanfs 6, ea., 97, 235, 277, 278, 280, 347, 405 Harris, R. R., Tampa 9, Fla., 477 Harris, W. H., Jr., Alexandria, Va., l55, 492 Harris, Wm. G., Memphis l6, Tenn., 492 Harris, Wm. R., Griiiin, Ga., 477 Harrison, Dr. E. D., 45, 27l, 375 Harrison , J. O., Eas+ Poinl, Ga., 492 Harrison, J. A., Lakeland, Fla., I77, l90, 492 Harrison, R. A., Maracaibo, Venezuela, I68, l69, I79, 492 l'larriSOn. T. W., Amarillo, Texas, 492 Hari, J. P., Allania, Ga., 457 Hari, T. E., Albany, Ga., l22, 492 Harlley, D. L., Ringgold, Ga., 2, ll9, 25l, 262, 263, 277, 278, 280, 295, 368, 369, 405 Harlley, P. J., Allanla, Ga., 492 Harlley, Wm. L., Macon, Ga., 405 Henderson, W. L., Aliquippa, Penna., 457 Hendley, R. L., Ailanla l7, Ga., 493 Hendrick, Wm. B., Pompano Beach, Fla., l8l, 477 Hendricks, J., Americus, Ga., 477 Hendricks, T. E., New Orleans 24, La., 360, 370, 457 Hendrickson, G. L., Decaiur, Ga., 493 Hendrix, R. H., Johnson Ciiy, Tenn., 477 Henninger, Wm. B., Birmingham l6, Ala., 493 Henrich, K. J., Dover, N. J., 406 Henry, F. R., Augusla, Ga., 493 Henson, B. S., Birmingham 9, Ala., l65, 240, 457 Herberi, J. L., Washinglon, D. C., 338, 339, 34-l Herberl, W. R., Jacksonville IO, Fla., 504 Herbsl, H. C., Chalranooga ll, Tenn., 493 Herckis, D., Savannah, Ga., 97, 457 Hermes, M. M. E., Cairo, Egypl, 504 Herndon, E. L., Hogansville, Ga., 493 Heron, E. M., lll, Decalur, Ga., l8l, 493 3l7, 370, 45l, 458 Hirsch, M. E., Bainbridge, Ga., 97, 477 Hiichcock, G. T., Dry Branch, Ga., 477 Hix, R. S., Chafsworlh, Ga., 493 Hobgood, J. W., Calhoun, Ga., 458 Hocu'H', Wm. H., Charleslon, S. C., l29, 292, 458 Hodges, J. R., Paducah, Ky., 223, 458 Hodgson, J. Wm., Lakeland, Fla., I77, 278, 280, 284, 292, 407 Hoffman, R. A., Chillum, Md., 477 Hoffman, R. D., Coral Gables, Fla., 292, 407 Hoiiimann, H. A., Cardon Edo Falcon, Vene- zuela, 407, 408 Hoffmann, R. A., Sl. Peiersburg I3, Fla., ll2, 227, 477 Hogan, E. R., Raleigh, N. C., I73, l75, 4-93 Hogan, L. W., Housion 27, Texasi, I62, 493 Hogshead, F. M., Dallon, Ga., I62, 458 Holbrook, D. L., Allanla, Ga. Holland, C. L., Gainesville, Ga., 408 Holland, F. L., Al'lanl'a 5, Ga., 408 Holland, F. M., Jr., Perry, Ga., lOl, 458 Holland, M. C., Villa Rica, Ga., 458 Holley, J. L., Augusla, Ga., 458 Holliman, H. H., Toomsboro, Ga., 477 Holloman, D. R., Decalur, Ga., 493 Harlman, K. J., Reynolds, Ga., 477 Harlough, H. D., Jr., Louisville 5, Ky., I43, 492 Harlzog, H. M., Ozark, Ala., l69, 405 Harvey, T. J., Mounl Dora, Fla., ll5, 477 Harwell, H. J., Jr., Fl: Lauderdale, Fla., ll9, 368, 457 Harwell, R. M., Allania 5, Ga., 457 Harwell, W. R., Ailanla ll, Ga., 492 Harwell, Wm. W., Jr., Bessemer, Ala., 405 Harwood, J. G., Albemarle, N. C., 85, 86, l0l, 276, 405 Haslam, G. M., Forl' Valley, Ga., I6l, 457 Hass, R. G., Gainesville, Fla., 492 l'la'lCl". R. D., Decaiur, Ga., 492 Hafcher, D. M., Macon, Ga., 4-O5 Halcher, H. M., lll, Allanla 5, Ga., 492 Ha+cher, Wm. T., Sumner, Gan ll9I 405 Hafhcock, T. A., Arlanla I5, Gan 492 Herr, R. L., Amil-yville, N. Y., I33, 406 Herringlon, D. E., Columbus, Ga., l05, 457 Herrman, K., Albany, Ga., 406 Herrod, Wm. J., Douglasville, Ga., l73, 493 Herzog, H. D., Memphis l7, Tenn., 97, 477 Heselmeyer, R. H., Cleveland, Tenn., I77, 477 Hess, L. Wm., Aihens,-Ga., I34, 457 L., Coral Gables 46, Fla., l65, l90, Hess, P. 477 Hess, R. W., Beloil, Wisc., ll5, 493 Hesler, B. E., Aflania I8, Ga., 493 Hesier, D. D., Cufhberl, Ga., 493 Hesler, J. G., Savannah, Ga., 477 Hes'l'er, R. E., Macon, Ga., 493 Heslerlee , S. M., Decalur, Ga., 95, 493 Holman, R. F., Jr., Allanla 5, Ga., l09, 408 Holman, R. G., Jr., Albany, Ga., l0l, l89, 458 Holmes, H. C., College Park, Ga.. 493 Holmes, J. D., Challanooga ll, Tenn., 75, l55, 395, 458 Holmes, J. P., New York, N. Y., 493 Holmes, L. Wm., Pine Lake, Ga., 493 Holmes, R. L.. Norfolk, Va., 504 Holmes, W. R., Madison, Ga., 458 Holmes, Wm. R., Macon, Ga., 288, 408 Holsombeck, K. E., LaGrange, Ga., 408 Holl', R. J., New Orleans 23, La., 284, 477 Hollon, W. Hood, Wm. Hooks, B. D., A., Columbus, Ga., 458 S., Waycross, Ga., 477 Augusia. Ga., 477 Heslerlee, S. M., Carrolllon, Ga., 493 Hiall, J. H., Chickamauga, Ga., 406 Hibbs, N. D., Ocean Ci+y, N. J., 493 Hice, S. M., Allanla I9, Ga., 477 Hoofer, E. L., Allanla, Ga., 508 Hopkins, J. L., Chesder, Va., 477 Hopkins, J. D., Fairburn, Ga., ll9, 458 Hopkins, M. P., Macon, Ga., 458 ESTES SURGICAL SUPPLY COMPANY QS Tz- Telephone 'f' fgx TR 2-3551 3 pq. - 5 - 0 'ix .v -I 1 ' ' 'C-Q . ge V 5 6 Auburn Ave. Tel. JA. 2-1700 1480 PEACIITREE ST., N.W. 'ATLANTA, GEORGIA Drink and Eat Where T716 Peachtrees Meet CATES CONSTRUCTION 81 DEVELOPMENT COMPANIES 208 Pharr Road, N.E. Builders of AtIanta's Fine Northside Homes mimi' ATLANTA Sales - Rennie Industrial Sites Chain Stare Leaing Property Managment South-wide Services Adams-Cates Co. HURT IUILDING l ms REALTORS D U N L A P ATLANTA RINPIFING A N D SUPPLY COMPAN Y C O M P A N Y ROOFING AND SIDING Complete Home Modernization I N S U R A N C E 66 Fifth Sr., N.W. Since 1895 TRinity 4-9727 Atlanta, 1710 Candler Bldg- ATLANTA GEORGIA 531 Horak, R. H., Roanoke, Va., I37, 354, 458 Horn, N. E., Holyoke, Mass., 493 Horne, E. W., Allanla I6, Ga., 477 Horne, J. H., Pensacola, Fla., 408 Horne, J. F., Albany, Ga., I52, 493 Horne, R. C., IV, Washinglon 9, D. C., 493 Horsl, H. R., Limona, Fla., 493 Horlon, F. K., Lilhonia, Ga., I77, 493 Horlon, R. H., Savannah, Ga., l58, 458 Horlon, R. E., Macon, Ga., 493 Horwilz, K. M., Allanla 9, Ga., I40, 477 Hoichkiss, B. L., Hollywood, Fla., 408 House, C. K., Douglasville, Ga., 286 House, D. L., Covinglon, Ga., 79, I29, 264, 277, 280, 289, 370, 408 Houser, G. W., Lakeland, Fla., l0l, 493 Housron, C. K., Toccoa, Ga., 278 Houslon, T. L., Dallon, Ga., 408 Houze, D. R., Cincinnaii 30, Ohio, 477 Houze, W. B., Jr., LaGrange, Ga., 477 Howard, D. B., Jr., Macon, Ga., 83 Howard, E. C., Augusla, Ga., 408 Howard, J. W., San Francisco, Calif., I55, 477 Howard, J. F., Jr., Memphis Il, Tenn., 86, II9, 409 lnglelf, F. W., Jr., Augusla Ga., 33I Ingraham, R. P., Miami Springs, Fla., 477 Ingram, C. W., Tarrani, Ala., 458 Ingram, J. T., Jr., Selma, Ala., 477 Inman, D., 32l Innes, S. S., Richmond 22, Va., I05, 293, 335, 345, 458 Inslifuie of Aerospace Sciences, 246 lnsliiufe of Elecfronics 8: E .E., 244 In-ler Fraiernify Council, 92 lniramural Sporls, 353 Irby, M. S., Allanla, Ga., 83 Irwin, J. A... Allanla 5, Ga., 493 Isbell, G. D., Cedarlown, Ga., I73, 477 Johnson, H. W., Jr., Gainesville, Ga., I22, 478 Johnson, J. F., Columbia, S. C., I25, 478 Johnson, l. E., Ill, Tallahassee, Fla., l05, 494 Johnson, J. K., Kinards, S. C., 494 Johnson, J. M., Mariella, Ga., 494 Johnson, J. M., Challanooga, Tenn., II3, 4ll Johnson, L. L., Hunlsville, Ala., I25, 478 Johnson, L. V., 48 Johnson, P. L., Allanla 5, Ga., II9, 365, 478 Johnson, R. D ., Jr., Annislon, Ala., II5, I78 Johnson, R. J., Allanla, Ga., 269, 502, 504 Johnson, R. E., A+lan'l'a II, Ga., 494 Johnson, R. R Johnson, S. K ., New York, N. Y., 368 ., Union Cily, Ga., 478 lsom, C. C., Jr., Moullrie, Ga., I37, 493 Hzkowilz, M. G., Parksville, N. Y., I40, 458 lversen, M. H., Hebron, Neb., 493 lvesler, J. F., Toccoa, Ga., 477 lvesler, J. H., Toccoa, Ga., 278, 284, 409 lvie, R. D., Winder, Ga., 493 Jabaley, G. A., Allanla 5, Ga., 493 Jackson, C. W., Gracewood, Ga., 493 Jackson, C. A., Ill, Allanla I5, Ga., 4I0 Jackson, D. V., Allanla I5, Ga., II3, 368, 477 Johnso Johnso n, T. W., Al'lani'a, Ga., 458 n, W. R., Wesl Hollywood, Fla., 348, 494 Johnson, Wm. A., Savannah, Ga., I62 Johnso n, Wm. H., Allanla 5, Ga., 494 Johnslon, Al. S., Nashville 5, Tenn., I37, 494 Johnslon, B. W., Hunlsville, Ala., II9, 202, 4lI Johnslon, B. P., Gadsden, Ala., I73, 4Il Johnslon, G. M., Dallas ll, Texas, I73, 478 Howell, C. H., Ill, Hunlsville, Ala., 458 Jackson, J. A., Allanla, Ga., 288 Johnslon, S. W., Shreveporl, La., 494 Joiner, C. M., Decalur, Ga., 4ll Joiner, Wm. C., Gray, Ga., I33 Jolly, J. R., Dallon, Ga., 92, I62, I90, 458 Howell, J. M., Hapeville, Ga., 409 Howinglon, D. L., Gainesville, Ga., 477 Howlell, J. K., Miami 56, Fla., 458 Howze, H. C., Birmingham 5, Ala., l8l, l83, 493 Hubbard, W. W., Fas-I' Poinl, Ga., 477 Hubbard, Wm. M., Housion, Texas, 296, 504 Huber, C. T., Maysville, Ky., II5, 409 Hudders, E. S., New York, N. Y., 493 Huddleslon, G. K., Boslon, Ga., 284, 458 Huddleslon, K. M., Senoia, Ga., 493 Hudgins, D. W., Hunlsville, Ala., I46, 493 Hudson, G. W., Easl Poinl, Ga., 409 Hudson, H. T., Dolhan, Ala., 477 Hudson, N. L., Birmingham, Ala., II5, 409 Hudson, T. W., Buford, Ga., 477 Hudson, Wm. D., College Park, Ga., 368 Huey, Wm. B., Al'lanl'a, Ga., 289 Huff, C. R., Barnesville, Ga., I69, 477 Hurl, D. D., Allanla 6, Ga., 409 HUFI, J. H., Jr., Allanla I7, Ga., 477 O., Mariella, Ga., I77, 288, 368, 409 Huff, J. Huiilord, A. D., Pensacola, Fla., 235, 458 Hughes, F. M., College Park, Ga., 493 Hughes, H. B., Allanla ll, Ga., 493 Hughey, T. D., College Park, Ga., 409 Jackson, J. B., Oak Ridge, Tenn., II9, 493 Jackson, J. L., Columbus, Ga., 478 Jackson, J. F., Decalur, Ga., 458 Jackson, M. A., Tullahoma, Tenn., 478 Jackson, R. V., New York, N. Y., 493 Jackson, S. C., Challanooga, Tenn., l90 Jackson, T. E., Miami 37, Fla., 328, 458 Jackson, Wm. E., Gracewood, Ga., 283, 478 Jackson Wm. K. Jr. Jacksonville I0 FIa.,93 Jacobs,ID. J., Allan+a 6, Ga., 97, 493 Jaillel, E. L., Jacksonville I6, Fla., I37, 493 Jakubecy, J. J., Fair Haven, N. J., 345 Jallouk, E. l., New York, N. Y., 4I0 James, C. T., Thomasville, Ga., 478 James, D. R., Folkslon, Ga., 83, I65, 4l0 James, E. L., Marfinez, Ga., 4l0 James, H. W., lll, Auburndale, Fla., II9, 493 James, J. W., Jr., Miami 33, Fla., 493 James, L. M., Jr., Allanla ll, Ga., I69, 458 James, R. E., III, Doraville, Ga., I84, 478 James, R. W., Ailanla 5, Ga., 493 James, R. O., Cenferville, Tenn., 478 James, V. E., Kensinglon, Md., I84, 478 Jamieson, J. M., Savannah, Ga., l52, 493 Jamison, C. E., Hendersonville, N. C., 494 Jarrell, T. W., Forl Lauderdale, Fla., I65, 458 Jonakin, J. F., Simsbury, Conn., 494 Jones, A. C., Brislol, Tenn., 4l I Jones, A. P., Allanla 5, Ga., I62, 478 Jones, B. K., Alamo, Ga., 494 Jones, C. R., Picayune, Miss., 504 Jones, D. L., Rome, Ga., 494 Jones, D. S., Al'lan+a l9, Ga., 4ll Jones, D. E., Crossell, Ark., 494 Jones, J. N., Columbia, S. C., 458 Jones, Jones, J. L., A'flan'la, Ga., 4ll M. D., lll, A'l'lanl'a, Ga., 4ll Jones, R. J., Ballimore 8, Md., 478 Jones, R. E., Hapeville, Ga., 458 Jones, R. C., Griffin, Ga., 494 Jones, R. M., Miami 56, Fla., 494 Jones, R. R., Jr., New Orleans I4, La., 478 Jones, R. W., ll, Cocoa Beach, Fla., I8I, 458 Jones, R. M., Brandon, Fla., 494 Jones, R. A., Macon, Ga., 283, 478 Jones, S. O., Lindale, Ga., 4ll Jones, T. V., Carlersville, Ga., I37, 478 Jones, W. T., Gainesville, Ga., 458 Jordan, D. E., Allanla l0, Ga., 360 Jordan, J. H., Columbus, Ga., 494 Jordan, L. K., Savannah, Ga., 458 Jordan, N. B., Jr., Murfreesboro, Tenn., I0l, Hughslon, J. W., Ailanla 5, Ga., 493 Huguley, K. J., Hogansville, Ga., 493 Huie, H. M., Jr., Decalur, Ga., l8l, 493 Jasse, A. C., Allanla, Ga., 290, 4I0 Jeiclcoal, H., lll, Birmingham l0, Ala., 283, 293, 458 Kachelholer, F. O., Decalur, Ga., 4l2 Huie, R. K., Albany, Ga., 289, 368 Hulsey, W. G., Meller, Ga., 477 Hume, A. S., Jr., Phoenix I7, Ariz., 493 Hummer, D. H., McLean, Va., 493 Humphrey, G. T., Canlon 8, Ohio, IO5, 458 Hungerford, Wm. M., McRae, Ga., 493 Hunn, L., Dover, Dela., 493 Hunl, A. C., Decalur, Ga., 493 Hunl, E. M., II, LaGrange, Ga., 458 Hunlrer, J. D., Arlinglon 7, Va., I24 Hunler, J. H., Allanla ll, Ga., 493 Hunlley, J. E., Jacksonville 8, Fla., l09, 493 Hurlord, B. J., Decalur, Ga., 477 Huskey, R. E., Forl Pierce, Fla., 493 Huslon, D. M., Lakeland, Fla., I77, 493 Hulchins, T. W., Gainesville, Ga., 458 Hulchinson, J. F., Thomson, Ga., l0l, 493 Hulchinson, L. S., Dublin, Ga., 477 Hulhnance, E. D., Macon, Ga. Hulfo, G. L., Monlezuma, Ga., 493 Hullo, M. C., Ill, Allandale, Fla., 493 Hyail, H. G., Smyrna, Ga., 477 Hyder, J. C. lWhackl, 336 Hyre, A. E., A'rlanl'a 5, Ga., l29, 278, 290, 409 IFC Honor Board, 84 IFC Trial Board, 94 lle'y, C. H., Annapolis, Md., l52, 477 lndusfrial Engineering Facully, 66 In Memoriam, 4l lndusfrial Managemenl Sociefy, 290 lnduslrial Managemen+ Facully, 67 Jelks, E. B., Decalur, Ga., IOI, 4-I0 Jenkins, F. H., Phoenix, Md., I65, 458 Jenkins, J. L., Augusla, Ga., 478 Jenkins, Jenkins, J. L., Monlgomery 5, Ala., 494 S. R., Voldosla, Ga., 368, 458 Jennings, J. E., Jr., Dallon, Ga., 478 Jennings, J. L. S., Milledgeville, Ga., 4lI Jennings, J. S., Rock Hill, S. C., 478 Jenny, J. W., Columbia, S. C., I55, 235, 4ll Jeppe, A. W., New Orleans I8, La., 347, 359 Jernigan, Wm. M., While Plains, Ga., 478 Jew, Wm., Allanla I5, Ga., 4II Jewell, G. C., Decalur, Ga., I49 Jimenez, F., Panama Rep. of Panama, 494 Jobe, H. C., Challanooga II, Tenn., 494 Jobson, J. K., Jr., Allanla I6, Ga., 494 Joers, P. D., Hol Springs, Ark., I69, 478 494 Jordan, T. H., layons, Ga., 494 Jorden, Wm. L., Gambrills, Md., 283, 478 Jouanel, P. G., Milwaukee Il, Wis., 478 Jowers, R. H., Allania 5, Ga., 494 Joy, E. B., Alhens, Ga., 2, II9, 248, 262, 263, 27l, 277, 4Il Judge, J. R., Mobile, Ala., II5, 278, 280, 293, 4II Junk, R. B., S+. Marys, Ga., 478 Jurick, R. R., Convenl, N. J., II3, 368, 478 Kaler, H. L., Ballimore 22, Md., 494 Kalikow, N. R., Arlanlic Beach, N. Y., 458 Kaminski, J. A., Ballimore I4, Md., 478 Kane, G. M., Sussex, N. J., 458 Kane, S. E. Miami, Fla., 458 Kapeghian, C. L., Philadelphia 43, Penn., I46, Johns, R. W., Challahoochee, Fla., IO5, 494 C Johnson, Johnson, . R., Greenwood, Miss., 494 C. Wm., Bainbridge, Ga., I55, 494 Johnson, D. P., Allanla, Ga., 286, 4ll Johnson, D. R., Jr., Allanla 5, Ga., l0l, 494 Johnson, D. A., Balfimore 27, Md., I69, 478 Johnson, D. G., Macon, Ga., 458 Johnson, D. W., Colonial Heighls, Va., 93, l8l, 478 Johnson, E. M., Jacksonville, Fla., 458 Johnson, E. G., Kingsland, Ga., 494 Johnson, F. Wm., Jackson, Miss., 75, 78, I65, 277, 362, 370, 4II Johnson, G. W., Ill, Ballimore, Md., 494 Johnson, H. L., Allanla, Ga., 504 I47, 494 Kapernick, J. B., Jr., Deca'I'ur, III., l59, 286, 4l2 Kappa Alpha, l24 Kappa Sigma, I28 Karahisar, A., lslanbul, Turkey, 200 Karelilz, R. L., Founlain Inn, S. C., 97, 478 Karnes, L. P., Lakeland, Fla., IO5, 458 Karr, R. G., Chaifanooga, Tenn., l58, 4l2 Kaier, M. L., San Francis-co, Calif., I40, 347, 458 Kalz, D. C., Gunlersville, Ala.', 209, 297, 4l2 Kaupman, G. Wm., Allanla 5, Ga., 494 Kaufz, R. H., Pahokee, Fla., 494 Kavanaugh, D. M., Ballimore 23, Md., 458 Kay, R. J., Buffalo 25, N. Y., 4l2 First the clock 7 8' ' Z on Mfg 1 ' -r then the plant - E When a customer bought 100 cigars from the wholesale grocery firm of H. Cone 81 Sons in 1870, he received a handsome clock. Some of these clocks are still ticking away. ln addition to selling cigars and groceries for their father, Moses and Ceasar Cone sold cotton plaids. Seeing a great future in fabrics, they started the Cone textile enterprises as a selling and commission house in 1891. They built the original manufacturing plant in 1896. ff X 5. XX ,XX 'N X XX X I 3, . X q v ' BAL mane X 1 f ' li , f f Y X Q X fy!! A' 1 W1 ,fe f ygy, 1--A-Q Illllll 45 .null I 1 . 1 1 'K-xim :: ' F f" j 7-..,,.. .RJL3 Q H4 I 2 4 El ': ll I I . 5 . -J QE . Z.. I -kr 'I 5: if thi . 15 5f - :gre - ' ag- ' Walk -- lsr 2 T Q . - l a - I T 2 A - I A 1-QE M :ig .cg X A 'au-wh 'IA is .Q J -ff XXX Q W , - A 4,5 -nigga. V . E. ,... ,X 4' . N 'TW if 3: I ii N-f -F441 -1: Y, 3.5!-'hs A 'ri-3 I qs X: 5541" bf , Y U u KW. 'L aff' fx ill xi 3 ., 38 ieijgyf' Q-A - . 1 -1 J - 1 . -- - - r'f'?M' . G 'rr-1 6 ' Q E ll 'H N' Trim 0 1 . lil, 111,111 rlll l kii iliidlriflltliiililifl 'H - mega What of Cone Mi From these small beginnings has come one of the world's largest and most progressive textile firms. With 18 plants employing almost 13,000 men and women, Cone Mills today is the world's largest producer of corduroys, denims and flannels. Its modern printing and finishing operations are turning out a host of other fashion-right fabrics. Cone through its research and development activities is con- stantly seeking better ways to make better materials. lls Today? Examples of Cone firsts in this country are the new, popular stretch denims and corduroys. To maintain its high standards, our company needs young people with initiative and intelligence. Cone Mills of- fers opportunities in four areas . . . production, administra- tion, sales and research. Would you be interested in joining such a progressive organization? Write Industrial Relations Department, Cone Mills Corporation, Greensboro, N. C-. CONE MILLS CORPORATION aikaaa. "Where fabrics of tomorrow are woven today." QCIONQEQD 'vii-' W 5, G if EXECUTIVE OFFICE Greensboro N. as MANUFACTURING PLANTS-Avondale, Cliffside, Greensboro, Forest City, Salisbury, Pineville, Reidsville, Gibsonville, Haw River and Hillsboro in FINISHING PLAN1-3 North Carolina. Greenville in South Carolina. Carlisle gl Greenville, S. C. Greensboro 81 Haw River, N. C. 533 sf f K Kayes, J. E., Olean, N. Y., 74, 94, 159, 266, 280, 285,293,412 Kealing, J. E., Aflania, Ga., 458 Kee, M. E., A'rlan'1'a, Ga., 412 Keiser, M. G., Rex, Ga., 119, 494 Keisling, J. N., Sparfa, Tenn., 459 Keiih, H. G., Aflanla 15, Ga., 504 Keiih, J. D., Rome, Ga., 190, 288, 459 Keifh, R. Wm., Ruiheriord, N. J., 147, 459 Keller, G. E., Ailania 7, Ga., 296 Kellerman, E., Cos'1a Rica, C. A., 223, 412 D Koehler, K.'H., A'rlan'1'a, Ga., 413 Koger, J. W., Florence, Ala., 184, 414 Kogon, M. N., Meridian, Miss., 504 Kolpin, G. A., Greaf Neck, N. Y., 152, 459 Konfis, G. E., Tallahassee, Fla., 494 Korsak, S. A., Havre, Mont, 109, 459 Koseme Sociefy, 273 Leasure, J. A., Canlon 8, Ohio, 75, 144, 459 Leavell, C. B., Lifhia Springs, Ga., 415 Leavell, K. H., Liihia Springs, Ga., 494 LeBlanc, S. A., Birmingham 6, Ala., 494 G ., Balon Rouge 6, La., 478 LeCroy, D. LeCroy, F. P., Salley, S. C., 494 Ledbelier, R. H., Oxford, Ala., 415 Kelley, P. ., Soperion, Ga., 478 Kelley, T. F., 111, W. Hemps+ead, N. Y., 152, 412 Kelley, Z. R., Roopville, Ga., 459 Kelly, B. H., Clearwaier, S. C., 412 Kelly, C. P., Rome, Ga., 478 Kelly, E. L., Newnan, Ga., 412 Kelly, E. L., Jr., Jefferson, Ga., 478 Kelly, J. C., Monlicello, Ga., 125, 368, 459 Kelly, J. Wm., Elmhurst 111., 165, 227, 267, 282, 370, 471, 478 Kelly, L. J., Fa'ye1"1evi1le, N. C., 126, 494 Lesle Kemp, J. S., Crown Point lnd., 412 Kemp, T., Ailania 9, Georgia, 412 Kendall, J. T., A'1'1an'1a 5, Ga., 478 Kendall, S. R., Nolfingham, England, 459 Keng, E. Yun Ho, Housion 4, Texas, 504 Kennedy, B. E., Homerville, Ga., 137, 494 Kennedy, F. W., Johnsiown, Pa., 494 Kennedy, K. L., Monlicello, Ky., 119, 355, 478 Kennedy, R. H., Florence, S. C., 134, 283, 478 Kenney, C. H., A'11an'1'a 10, Ga., 494 Kent M. B., Ailanla 11, Ga., 459 Kepler, S. J., Birmingham 16, Ala., 95, 494 Kernkamp, J. H., Vero Beach, Fla., 273 Kesner, J. Wm., Shelbyville, Tenn., 494 Keyer, R. F., Jr., Xenia, Ohio, 459 Keys, J. W., 111, Sheffield, Ala., 181, 368, 459 Keyserling, C. M., Hun+svi1le, Ala., 97, 459 D. R., Houston 8, Texas, 119, 335, 478 Kibling, I Kidd, 1. C., Annapolis, Md., 478 C., Hariwell, Ga., 413 Kidd, J. Kidder, E. C., Jr., Decalur, Ga., 347 Kidwell, B. S., Jr., A'11an+a, Ga., 508 Kiebler, C. N., S+. Peiersburg 3, Fla., 459 Kierbos, W. R., Bremen, Ga., 75, 85, 86, 120, 360, 369, 413 Kilgore, C. R., Albany, Ga., 101, 413 Kilgore, Wm. R., LaGrange, Ga., 459 Kimber, J. H., Acworih, Ga., 494 Kimmel, J. P., Kinard, D. A., Kinard, K. J., Builes, Penna., 113, 494 Waynesboro, Ga., 122, 494 A1lan+a 10, Ga., 478 King, B. M., Dalion, Ga., 478 King, C. V., Ailania 17, Ga., 478 King, C. F., Springfield 3, Mo., 159, 494 O King, G. ., Ailanfa 5, Ga., 278, 280, 293, 413 King, H. M., Jr., Cave Spring, Ga., 75, 78, 194, 459 271, King, J. H., Birmingham 16, Ala., 478 Kownacki, Wm. A., Orlando, Fla., 278, 280, 414 Kozlowski, A., Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 494 Kramer, R. H., Tampa 11, Fla., 345, 478 Kramer, W. W., Ailanfa, Ga., 414 Krelit G. W., Caracas, Venezuella, 414 Kreiiner, P. J., Columbus, Ga., 478 Kress, H. C., Jr., Shelby, N. C., 178, 459 Kyriakopoulos, E. M., Afhens, Greece, 200, 504 Labudde, L. J., A,1'lan1a 18, Ga., 459 Lacapha, J. R., Melbourne, Fla., 101, 102, 368, 459 Lacy, L. O., Savannah, Ga., 414 Ladewig, M. E., Myr'1le Beach, S. C., 494 Lafkowilz, L. M., A1'1an'1a, Ga., 330, 371, 414 Lake, R. M., Aflania 5, Ga., 494 Lakenan, Wm. K., Perryville, Mo., 105, 263, 414 Lamar, G. T., Theodore, Ala., 134, 368, 494 Lamb, B. J., 111, Rockwood, Tenn., 143, 459 Lamb-, H. Wm., 111, Marysville, Calif., 165, 494 Lambda Chi Alpha, 132 Lambert D. R., Boca Raion, Fla., 162, 478 Lambert F. D., Merri1"1 Island, Fla., 459 Lampe, F. D., Fi. Thomas, Ky., 494 Lampkin, C. C., A1'lan1'a 19, Ga., 494 Lance, J. B., Bremen, Ga., 414 Land, W. O., Jr., Macon., Ga., 478 Landel, R. D., Birmingham, Ala., 504 Lander, D. H., A11an1'a, Ga., 348 Landers, R. E., Jr., Scofch Plains, N.J., 155,494 Landgrebe, J. H., Easl Point Ga., 75, 224, 278, 415 Landrey, F. E., Vincennes, lnd., 354, 368 Landrum, .C. R., A'11an'ra, Ga., 478 Landrum, Spec, 321 Lane, J. H., Bainbridge, Ga., 354, 415 Lane, K. D., Allanla 6, Ga., 140, 415 Lane, P. L., Carrollion, Ga., 415 Lane, Wm. A., Savannah, Ga., 459 Laney, L. O., Deca'1'ur, Ga., 129, 478 Lanham, Wm. E., Jr., Decalur, Ga., 181, 415 Lanoue, Fred, Swimming Coach, 347 LaPoin1'e, L. M., Hunfsville, Ala., 144, 494 LaPor're, P. W., Claremont N. H., 494 Lappingion, J. P., Jr., Mobile, Ala., 109, 494 Larkin, J. A., Hallandale, Fla., 134, 478 Larrazabal, L. J., Hialeah, Fla., 459 Larson, K. L., A+1an+a 5, Ga., 459 Larson, R. J.,A1lan1'a 7, Ga., 494 Lascek, R. G., A1'1an+a 13, Ga., 415 Laiham, J. V., Greenville, S. C., 134, 494 La'1'ham, T. W., Lawley, Ala., 284, 459 Lafour, T. A., Kinsion, N. C., 159, 459 Laishaw, R. E., Jr., Ballimore 18, Md., 494 Lederman, A. L., Miami Beach 41, Fla., 459 Lee, C. E., Avondale Esiaies, Ga., 478 Lee, C. A., Thomasfon, Ga., 109, 494 Lee, C. C., Ailania, Ga., 415 Lee, C. E., Pensacola, Fla., 459 Lee, G. P., Charleslon, W. Va., 137, 459 Lee, J. R., Siaiesboro, Ga., 495 Lee, R. E., Jr., Macon, Ga., 478 Lefever, R. A., Renfrew, Penna., 113, 495 Left G. M., A1'lan1a, Ga., 96 Leggeit M. M., Baxley, Ga., 415 Lemert R. C., Birmingham 9, Ala., 85, 86, 137, 278, 281, 284, 416 Lemmond, T. W., Pa1a+ka, Fla., 149 Lensch, D. C., Dayion 6, Ohio, 178, 495 Leo, F. P., New York, N. Y., 459 Leonard, R. E., Macon, Ga., 165, 495 LePow, F. A., Miami 45, Fla., 281, 459 ' Lesier, D. R., Macon, Ga., 416 r, J. W., Mablefon, Ga., 478 Lefson, J. F.,A11an'ra 5, Ga., 495 Leilon, F. H., Orlando, Fla., 283, 478 Levereit G. O., Jr., Molena, Ga., 189, 227, 259 Levereit R. T., Blue Ridge, Ga., 189, 192, 193, 416 Levine, P. 1., Florence, S. C., 478 Levitt B. K., Baliimore 8, Md., 97, 98, 459 Levy, A. C., Norfolk 7, Va., 97, 459 Levy, S. J., Balfimore 15, Md., 479 Lewallen, M. K., Knoxville 18, Tenn., 495 Lewis, C. H., Dallas 20, Texas, 125, 495 Lewis Lewis Lewis , G. C., Mayfield, Ga., 281, 287, 416 , H. Y., Decaiur, Ga., 234 , H. J., Washingion 11, D. C., 97, 495 Lewis, J. W., Warrior, Ala., 495 Lewis, J. C., A1'1an'1'a 6, Ga., 495 Lewis, R. L., Jr., Baxley, Ga., 479 Lewis, R. C., Waniagh, N. Y., 495 Lewis, T. E., Moulirie, Ga., 129, 291, 416 Lewis, Wm. W., Villa Rica, Ga., 495 Liddell, R. E., Memphis 16, Tenn., 479 Lighidourn, C. M., Nassau, Bahamas, 479 Lillard, L. C., Macon, Ga., 235 King, L. S., Columbia, S. C., 285, 459 Kirby, D. M., A'r1an'1a 5, Ga., 347, 478 Kirk, J. L., Hialeah, Fla., 49,4 ' Kirkland, P. A., Ailanla 9, Ga., 125, 459 Kirkland, R. K., Warner Robins, Ga., 459 Kirkland, Wm. E., Columbus, Ga., 86, 289, 413 Kirkpalrick, J. C., Tuscaloosa, Ala., 165, 335, 478 Kirksey, Wm. L., Albany, Ga., 129, 286, 413 Kisling, P. A., Foresl' Park, Ga., 459 Kisiner, J. M., Fairborn, Ohio, 478 Kiie, L. L., College Park, Ga., 494 Kleinman, L. F., Hoi' Springs, Ark., 140, 459 Knickerbocker, F., A'11an'1'a, Ga., 105, 494 Knight B. A., Brunswick, Ga., 85, 86, 280, 293, Lalvala, L. W., Miami 43, Fla., 494 Laurens, R. L., Macon, Ga., 415 Laurens, R. S., Allania 17, Ga., 494 Lavallee, C. R., Canal Zone, 494 Law, C. H., Chalfanooga 5, Tenn., 178, 478 Law, J. A., Albany, Ga., 415 Law, M. V., 226 Lawler, 478 M. F., St Peiersburg 7, Fla., 222, 223, Lawrence, J. C., Sussex, N. J., 278, 281, 415 Lawrence, R. W., Mobile, Ala., 459 Lawson, Lawson Lawson Laxson, D- Wm., Jesup. Ga., 494 C. T., Sparfanburg, S. C., 122, 281,459 J. W., Avondale Eslaies, Ga., 415 C. 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M., Thomasville, Ga., 443 Tomlinson, R. L., Mefrer, Ga., 484 Tomme, J. M., Hampion, Ga., 466 Toner, D. Wm., Bessemer, Ala., 328, 330, 37l Toney, C. D., Allanla l0, Ga., 443 Toney, D. F., Allanla I9, Ga., 484 Toney, P. M., Allanla IO, Ga., 500 Toney, Wm. L., Srockbriclge, Ga., I3l, 484 Toole, B. W., Talladega, Ala., I63, 500 Toolle, E. G., Glennville, Ga., 466 Topolski, F. J., Ballimore 5, Md., 484 Topple, J. H., Avondale Eslares, Ga., IO3, 467 Torre, M. J., Caracas, Venzuela, 484 Torres, H. M., Ponce, Puerlo Rico, 500 Tolly, L. Y., Louisville, Ga., 484 Toussieh, S., Urugnay 86, Mexico D F, l7l, 289, 4-4-3 Townes, G. A., lll, Aiken, S. C., 484 Townsend, B. K., Greenwood, S. C., 293, 467 Track, Varsify, 352, 353 Tracy, R. S., Miami, Fla., 500 Trainer, Wm. E., Allanla lO, Ga., 484 Trapnell, J. H., Jr., Meller, Ga., I67, 500 Trapnell, R. G., Meller, Ga., II7, 443 Trask, J. A., Bedford, Mass., l2l, 500 Traughber, P. A., Aiken, S. C., 93, l23, 467 Travis, D. M., Riverdale, Ga., l2l, 500 Trebils, R. N., Doraville, Ga., 98, 283, 467 Tremmel, G. B., lll, Allanla 5, Ga., I57, 467 Trias, J. A., Coral Gables, Fla., 467 Tripp, D. A., Coral Gables 46, Fla., I39, 500 Troncalli, M. T., Allanla l8, Ga., 484 Trower, J: T., Balboa, Canal Zone, 291, 443 Troxell, H. M., Hunlsville, Ala., l75, 467 Truax, R. A., Lyons, Ga., 484 Trudel, J. D., Nepiune, N. J., l34, 467 True, H. H., Fl. Lauderdale, Fla., l27, 484 Truell, C. F., Allanla, Ga., 443 Truill, D. A., Easl Poinl, Ga., 279, 444 Trussell, E. L., Allanl'a l8, Ga., 467 Tsonopoulos, C., Alrhens 4, Greece, 467 Tsururis, T., Charlesron, S. C., I79, 467 Tucker, D. R., Jr., Columbus, Ga., 78, 94, l00, IO3, 269, 270, 277, 370, 444 Tucker, L. C., Arlinglon, Va., l25, 248 Tucker, R. A., Conley, Ga., 467 Tuckman, M. S., Jacksonville ll, Fla., 98, 467 Tuller, F. N., Columbia 5, S. C., 500 Tumlin, C. J., Jr., College Park, Ga., 467 Tundermann, J. H., Colonia, N.J.,284, 293,467 A J Turner . .. A.+lan+a 5, Ga., I75, 507 Turner A. D., Gadsden, Ala., I23, 484 Turner B. E., Allanla, Ga., 467 Turner C. E., Jr., Decarur, Ga., 500 Turner C. J., Slalen island, N. Y., 500 Turner E. V., Brunswick, Ga., 467 Turner H. J., lll, McDonough, Ga., 484 Turner J. M., Forsylh, Ga., 500 Turner J. M., Slone Mounrain, Ga., 484 Turner J. W., McDonough, Ga., 467 Turner, M. R., Allanla 7, Ga., 484 Turner Turner Turner Turner R. D., Jr., Aflanla 6, Ga., 500 T. A., Columbus, Ga., I57, 467 , T. R., Decalur, Ga., 444 Wm. D., McDonough, Ga., 467 Turnipseed, K. D., Union Ciry, Ga., 467 Turpin, D. M., Roswell, Ga., 500 Tul"l', C. S., Allanla 6, Ga., l0l, IO3, 484 Turrle, F. T., Clinlon, lowa, 93, lO5, IO7, 20l, 254, 467 Twiggs, S. W., lll, Augusla, Ga., l03, 500 Twyman, Wm. G., Onlario, Canada, 29I, 444 Tyler, G. L., Barlow, Fla., 279,' 28l, 284, 444 Tyree, G. P., Trenlon, Tenn., l7l, l90, 500 Tyree, R. W., Trenlon, Tenn., l7l, l90, l9l, l94, 267, 277, 354, 370, 444 Tysinger, Wm. C., McLean, Va., 484 Tyson, Wm. J., Macon, Ga., I34, 467 Ufler, M. B., Memphis, Tenn., 444 Uhrie, R. J., Massapequa Park, N. Y., 500 Ulery, J. R., Allania 5, Ga., 283 Underwood, J. H., Swainsboro, Ga., ll7, 500 Underwood, R. M., Monrezuma 3, Ga., l49 Underwood, W. D., Omaha, Neb., 500 Upson, P. R., Augusra, Ga., I57, 500 Upion, H. S., A'rlan+a I9, Ga., 485 Usry, G. O., Augusia, Ga., 293, 444 Valencia, E. F., Al'lan'l'a, Ga., 507 Van Buren, W. E., Cochran, Ga., 485 Vance, T. K., Macon, Ga., 283, 485 Vanderlaai, F. A., San Jose, Cosra Rico, 500 Van Landingham, A. R., Macon, Ga., 79, 235, 444 Van Landingham, S. L., Deca+ur, Ga., l7l, 266, 444 Van Voorhis, K., Baron Rouge 8, La., I47, 500 Varino, J. F., Monroe, La., IO7, 485 Varner, E. S., Bainbridge, Ga., I39, 485 Varney, A. M., DeLand, Fla., l2l, 28l, 295, 368, 444 Vasse, E. J., Fairfield, Conn., 485 Vaughan, F. C., Jr., Carlersville, Ga., 500 Vaughn, A. E., Allanla, Ga., 467 Vaughn, L. G., Jr., A+lanl'a l3, Ga., 283, 293, 467 Veal, E. F., Milledgeville, Ga., 467 Vegas, R. E., Caracas, Venezuela, 444 Velissarios, T., Allanfa, Ga., 485 Vencoechea, J. A., Maracaibo, Venezuela, l35, 445 Vereen, Wm. J., Moull'rie, Ga., 74, 83, I63, 28l, 445 Verily, M. J., Merrick, N. Y., 500 Verner, M. E., Blue Ridge, Ga., 500 Vernon, Wm. H., Rehobolh, Del., 500 Veslal, A. E., McRae, Ga., 500 Vickers, E. F., Coral Gables, Fla., I63, 368, 467 Vickery, E. C., College Park, Ga., 485 Vignes, W. A., Mobile, Ala., 500 Villa, H., Barranquilla, Colombia, I79, 485 Villalobos, N. S., Chicago I6, lll., 500 Vincent P. S., Milledgeville, Ga., ll7, 500 Vining, M. T., Allanla, Ga., 467 Vinson, J. N., Macon, Ga., 467 ELECTRICAL WHOLESALERS, I N C . 229 WHITEHALL ST., S.W. fDowntownJ 210 PHARR RD., N.E. CBuckheadJ ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES 8: LIGHTING FIXTURES TI-IE EMORY L. JENKS AGENCY Pacific Mutual Life 91 - 14th Street, N. E. TR 4--3824 ATLANTA s, GA. Emory L. Jenks, C. L. U., General Agent Clas Emory L. Jenks, Jr.-Class 'S 6 Kemp Tunkle-Class '49 Robert W. fRedj Smith-Class '51 Art Lippold-Class '13 ATLANTA FISH, INC. ENGRAVED INVITATIONS VISITING CARDS WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS STATIONERY FISH SHELLFISH, FROSTED FOODS J. P. STEVENS 602 Means Street, N.W.-Telephone: TRinity 6-6331 ATLANTA 18, GEORGIA ENGRAVING COMPANY 110 Peachtree St. ATLANTA ATLANTA SAND AND SUPPLY C0. 605 Forsyth Bldg. Established 1903 ROLLO WASHED SAND Atlanta, Gu. vohs, D. v., Miami se, Ha., 121, soo Voighl, G. Daylona Beach, Fla., 179, 467 Volavka, R. H., Winler Park, Fla., 135, 500 Von Herrmann, B. B., Elon College, N. C., 163, 4-67 Vonschaal, C. P., Challanooga ll, Tenn., 500 Von Schlegell, A., Pinehursl, N. C., 127, 500 Waclawski, J. F., Arnold, Md., 135, 500 Waddell, B. A., Columbus, Ga., 500 Waddell, Wm. T., Bremen, Ga., 107, 500 Wade, H. D., Jr., Allanla, Ga., 167, 370, 445 Wadick, Wm. P., Perry, C-Ba., 485 Wailsman, Wm. E., Albany, Ga., 500 Walden, 445 R. E., Milledgeville, Ga., 78, 194, 286, Walden, T. E., Thomson, Ga., 500 Walden, Wm. C., Jr., Swainsboro, Ga., 117,500 Waldrop, L. A., Mariella, Ga., 445 Walend, K. F., Miami 38, Fla., 183, 445, 510 Walker, D. W., Hapeville, Ga., 485 Wall, H. B., Madison, Ga., 167, 210, 485 Wallace, C. L., Waynesboro, Ga., 127, 467 Wallace, J. M., Jr., Augusla, Ga., 507 Wallace, J. S., Slalesboro, Ga., 123, 500 Wallace , R. B., Jr., Publicafions Direclor, 445 Wallace, S. M., Limona, Fla., 223, 485 Wallace, T. S., Allanla, Ga., 507 V C Wallace, . ., Shawnee, Okla., 500 Wallace, Wm. T., Jr., Allanla 18, Ga., 167, 500 Wallis, Wm. D., Americus, Ga., 159, 467 Wallis, Wm. L., Carrolllon, Ga., 467 Walsh, E. M., Savannah, Ga., 135, 500 Walsh, J. M., Allanla 16, Ga., 485 Walslad, O. M., Jr., Joplin, Mo., 103, 500 Wilby, W. L., Houslon 25, Texas, 501 Waller, R. J., Slone Mounlain, Ga., 500 Wallers, A. J., 111, Allanla, Ga., 368 Wallers, C. R., New Orleans 15, La., 107, 485 Wallers, C. L., 111, Plains, Ga., 445 Wallers, J. J., Pillsburgh, Pen'na., 500 ' Wallhall, H. L., Melairie, La., 500 Wallher, D. E., Birmingham 13, Ala., 223, 467 Weaver, C. H., McCaysvi11e, Ga., 485 Weaver, F. W., Prichard, Ala., 467 Weaver, G. M., Ouilman, Ga., 500 Weaver, L. D., Dublin, Ga., 467 Weaver, T. E., Allanla 18, Ga., 446 Weaver, Wm. L., Columbus, Ga., 289, 467 Webb C. A., Rogersville, Tenn., 500 webs: D. L., Ninely six, s. c., 192, 194, 446 Webb Webb Webb Webb Webb , E. W., Meller, Ga., 446 , F. R., Homeslead, Fla., 117, 467 , Miami so, Fla., 467 , J. A., Allanla 16, Ga., 446 J. Wm., Jr., Decalur, Ga., 157, 500 ,G.F. Webb: J. J., Allanla 13, Ga., 507 Webb Webb , J. B., N. Lillle Rock, Ark., 507 , J. P., Nassau, Bahamas, 500 Webb, S. M., Nassau, Bahamas, 467 Webb, Wm. C., Albany, Ga., 139, 500 Webber, Wm. F., Phoenix, Ariz., 167, 446 Webe r, J. H., Miami Beach 41, Fla., 468 We ber, P., 47 Weekl y, K. L., Allanla 10, Ga., 330, 335, 340, Q 342, 468 Weeks, R. B., Jr., Augusla, Ga., 283 Wege ner, J. P., Sl. Pelersburg 12, Fla., 468 Weidenmuller, A. W., Allanla 18, Ga., 468 Weigl e, R. L., Hapeville, Ga., 485 Weinberg, R. A., Allanla 5, Ga., 285, 368, 468 Weinman, C. F., Allanla, Ga., 468 Weinman, E. A., Sleubenville, Ohio, 371, 447 Weins lein, M. H., Daylon 6, Ohio, 98, 485 Weise, R. W., Washinglon 16, D. C., 145, 500 Weiss, J. W., Brooklyn 24, N. Y., 468 Weilzel, C. E., Greenville, S. C., 501 Welch, C. W., Augusla, Ga., 468 Welch, D. R., Decalurville, Tenn., 501 Welch, F. E., Brunswick, Ga., 447 Welke y, J. J., Sl. Pelersburg, Fla., 468 Wellborn, H. Wm., Powder Springs, Ga., 468 While, G. M., Macon, Ga., 465 While, J. B., Old Hickory, Tenn., 468 J 1-1 While, . While, J. While, J. ., Kingsporl, Tenn., 107, 501 K., Dallas 14, Texas, 121, 485 N., Vidalia, Ga., 468 While L. W., Decalur, Ga., 175, 501 While: M. M., Macon, Ga., 501 While, R. H., Allanla 18, Ga., 501 While, R. A., Allanla 11, Ga., 485 While, R. While, R. L., Allanla 16, Ga., 501 W., Allanla, Ga., 485 While, T. M., Rockmarl, Ga., 501 While, Wm. D., Hellin, Ala., 279, 447 Whilehead, H. R., Homeslead, Fla., 123, 501 Whilehead, K. D., Lombard, 111., 507 Whilehead, K., Bogarl, Ga., 281 Whilehead, M. F., Rome, Ga., 281, 283, 447 Whilen,-Wm, T., Chamblee, Ga., 468 Whileside, J. A., Oxford, Ala., 85, 447 Whilesides, J. H., Rock Hill, S. C., 145 Whilesides, R. E., Rock Hill, S. C., 468 Whilley, R. E.,'Winder, Ga., 117, 447 Whillack, J. S., Bennellsville, S. C., 281, 447 Whillow, D. M., Lavonia, Ga., 468 Whillow, J. R., Lavonia, Ga., 281, 289 Whilney, E. B., Allanla, Ga., 468 Whill, D. L., Nashville 3, Tenn., 153, 501 Whillen, J. L., Barlow, Fla., 507 Whillen, W. C., Macon, Ga., 468 Whillier, D. R., Allanla 11, Ga., 485 Whilworlh, L. B., Barnesville, Ga., 485 Who's Who, 276, Wicker, J. C., Houslon, Tex., 135, 284, 468 Wickersham, E. B., Washinglon, Ga., 485 Widegren, G. B., Hunlingdon, Tenn., 501 Wiener, S. M., Ocala, Fla., 98, 281, 468, Wiglall, R. T., Panama Cily, Fla., 485 Wiggins, J. R., Kingslon, Ga., 485 7 Wellborn, P. F., Jr., Macon, Ga., 135, 368, 369, 447 Wellinglon, R. W., Menlor, Ohio, 100, 103, 447 Welse Wilkes, J. L., Manassas, Ga., 468 Wallon, R. W., Mclnlyre, Ga., 485 Walz, C. A., Savannah, Ga., 445 Wands, C. E., Arlinglon 5, Va., 283 Ward, A. A., Jr., Savannah, Ga., 445 Warcl, B.Wm.,Jr., Fl. Lauderdale, F1a.,12l,467 Ward, C. R., Jr., Waycross, Ga., 500 Ward, J. L., Copperhill, Tenn., 467, 485 Wardrep, B. R., Allanla 19, Ga., 500 Wells, C. D., Doraville, Ga., 501 Wells, G. W., Sl. Pelersburg 2, Fla., 468 Wells, G. D., Savannah, Ga., 163, 468 Wells, G. H., Mariella, Ga., 117, 468 Wells, J. C., Decalur, Ga., 485 Wells, W. W., Colquill, Ga., 447 r, L., Coach, 344, 345 Ware, W. F., Miami 68, Fla., 139, 485 Warner, R. R., Abilene, Texas, 500 Warnock, R. F., Allanla 19, Ga., 446 Warren, C. A., Allanla 19, Ga., 485 Warren, K. M., Rome, Ga., 123, 485 Warren, P. H., Miami 45, Fla., 500 Warren, T. M., Columbus, Ga., 103, 467 Welsh, D. E., Middlelown, Ohio, 117, 485 Welsh, E. A., Allanla 6, Ga., 149 Wemmers, C. D., Allanla, Ga., 135, 485 Wenke, B., 251, 263, 468, 510 Wenlz, C. R., Jr., Memphis 8, Tenn., 121, 468 Werner, J. E., Websler Groves 19, Mo., 107, 468 Warren, Wm. C., Jr., Jacksonville 17, Fla., 485 Washinglon, R. K., Allanla, Ga., 485 Waskey, A. J. L., Jr., Rocky Mounl, N. C., 485 Wasson, R. A., Jr., Paris, Tenn., 190 Walanabe, K., New York 53, N. Y., 507 Walers, J. L., Savannah, Ga., 500 Wesley Founclalion, 210, 21 1 Wesl, A. P., Jr., Orlando, Fla., 104 Wesl, H. M., Easl Poinl, Ga., 468 Wesl, J. B., Saulee, Ga., 85, 135, 468 Wesl, K. D., Decalur, Ga., 179, 447 Wesl, N., 320 Wesl, P. F., Wayne, N. J., 501 Whelchel, P. H., Tucker, Ga., 235, 468 Wale rs, V. W., Brunswick, Ga., 445 Walers, Wm. V., Ml. Vernon, Ga., 78, 103, 266, 270 446 Walkins, D. W., Cocoa Beach, Fla., 183, 467 Walkins, H. R., Rome, Ga., 467 Walkins, J. O., Decalur, Ga., 121, 485 Walkins, J. Wm., Benlon, Ky., 485 Walkins, J. B., Cocoa Beach, Fla., 500 Walkins, J. Wm., Allanla, Ga., 485 Walkins Walson, , M. M., Benlon, Ky., 467 C. D., Eulaula, Ala., 323, 330, 333 Walson, E. M., Allanla 18, Ga., 87, 213, 347 VVGJVSOV1. E. H., Jr., England, Ark., 485 Walson, J. F., Allanla 9, Ga., 179, 289, 446 Walson, J. R., Birmingham 6, Ala., 500 Walson, J. R., Princelon, Ky., 467 Walson, M. P., Lake Park, Ga., 485 Walls, G. L., Grafy, Ga., 500 Weslberry, C. J., Waycross, Ga., 167, 269, 288, 447 Weslberry, J. R., Savannah, Ga., 468 Weslbrook, L. R., Gainesville, Ga., 501 Weslbrook, Wm. W., Melairie, La., 235, 358, 361, 368 Weslmoreland, J. E., Grillin, Ga., 501 Weygand, K. B., Birmingham 5, Ala., 501 Wharlon, R. P., Memphis, Tenn., 121, 212, 447 Whalley, J. W., Allanla, Ga., 507 Whalley, J. A., Allanla 18, Ga., 93, 111 Wheeler, J. E., Jr., Cumming, Ga., 468 Wheeler, J. L., Albany, Ga., 485 Wheeler, W. O., Birmingham 6, Ala., 74, 82, 94, 131, 183, 277, 281, 294, 447 Whelchel, G. R., Jr., No. Augusla, S. C., 468 Wiggins, R. F., Carrolllon, Ga., 468 Wiggins, W. J., Pryor, Okla., 501 Wighl, R. A., Cairo, Ga., 485 Wilcox, A. L., Alhens, Texas, 145, 485 Wild, D. J., Miami, Fla., 468 Wilker, B. H., Rockville Cenlre, N.Y., 141 485 Wilkerson, J. M., 111,A'r1an+a 6, Ga. 468, 157 Wilkes, J. A., Macon, Ga., 405 Wilkins, J. E., Easl Poinl, Ga., 468 Wilkinson, M. C., Manchesler, Ga., 485 Will, J. M., Crislobal, Canal Zone, 468 Willbanks, Willcox, R. C. E., Lavonia, Ga., 507 R., Dublin, Ga., 139, 279, 281, 286 Williams, A. S., lnverness, Fla. 468 Williams, C. E., Allanla 5, Ga., 468 Williams, C. A., C1arks+on, Ga., 468 Williams, F. H., Jr., Lake Worlh, Fla., 485 Williams, G. T., Charlolle 8, N.C., 131,485 Williams, G. C., Jr., Balon Rouge 8, La., 501 Williams, G. P., Richmond 35, Va., 468 Williams, H. E., Woodbine, Ga., 485 Williams, H. P., Roswell, Ga., 485 Williams, J. T., Allanla, Ga., 485 Williams, J. C., Emerson, Ga., 501 Williams, J. Y., Savannah, Ga., 139,485 Williams, J. D., Jr., Winder, Ga., 468 Williams, K. M., Florence, Ala., 485 Williams, L.1v1.,A+lan'ra 3, Ga., 485 Williams, O.A.,Al1an'ra 11, Ga., 485 Williams, R. M., Jr., LaGrange, Ga., 468 Williams, R. D., Decalur, Ga., 183 Williams, R. S., Jacksonville, Fla., 485 Williams, R. D., Maynard, Mass., 501 Williams, R. K., Memphis 11, Tenn., 485 Williams, S. R., Canlon 8, Ohio, 469 Williams, T. F., Decalur, Ga., 501 Williams, T. L., Houslon 18, Texas-, 121,501 Williams, W. L., Fl. Lauderdale, Fla., 485 Wa++s. wm. H., c1nc1mis+1, Ohio, as, 127, 281, 285. 295. 467 Wayman. J. N., N. Miami Beach sz, Pls., soo Wear. D- Wm.. Columbus, Ohio, 121, 467 Wealhers, J. P., Jr., 467 WeallleFS. l.. V.. Daylona Beach, Fla., 149 Whigham, R. S., Hapeville, Ga., 485 Whipple, L. K., Melbourne, Fla., 282 Whilaker, R. J., Waynesboro, Ga., 235 Whilaker, V. T., Jr., Richmond, Va., 468 While, While. D. L., Allanla 17, Ga., 179, 501 G. E., 111, Columbus, Ga., 501 Williams, W. R., Jr., Birmingham 5, Ala., 501 Williamson, A. V., Blackshear, Ga., 121,501 Williamson, H. L., Macon, Ga., 286, 469 Williamson, H. C., LaGrange, Ga., 117 Williamson, R. D.,Al1anla 6, Ga., 163, 370,469 Williamson, R. S., New Orleans 24, La., 179 485 SPECIALTY DISTRIBUTING 4, COMPANY Aggmvwwmgamw Distributors of I ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT C I L AND SUPPLIES RE . u.s. P4110 5 in I ATLANTA BRUNSWICK MAOON "SUITS THE SOUTH" CHATTANOOGA ATHENS ALBANY VALDOSTA MARIETTA COLUMBUS . SAVANNAH EBCAP SUPPLY COMPANY Wholesale Distributors-Kohler of Kohler Plumbing Fixtures ATLANTA CHAMBLEE FOREST PARK JOE M. HARRELL JOE M. HARRELL, I R. THOS. M. HARRELL HARRELL 81 COMPANY - Insurance - Surety Bonds TELEPHONE 876-3711 1065 SPRING ST., N.W. ATLANTA 9, GA. R. S. ARMSTRONG AND BRO. CO. P I 9 9 QTY 5 CONTRACTORS AND ROAD BUILDING A EQUIPMENT 676 MARIETTA ST., N.W. 524-6434 Wil1iamson,W, M., Miami, Fla. 346 Willingham, L. 1-l., Armuchee, Ga., 171,501 Willis, R. S., Columbus, Ga., 501 Willis, T. A., Allanla IO, Ga., 75, 82,469 Wills, 1-1. K., Mississippi Cily, Miss., 469 Wilson, C. L., Mariella, Ga., 501 Wilson, D. S., Miami Springs, Fla., 501 Wilson, J. T., Perry, Ga., 469 J M Wilson, . ., Savannah, Ga., 469 Wilson, J. A., Jr., Mariella, Ga., 79 Wilson, M. A., Loveland, Colo., 469 Wilson, R. S., Jr., Thomasville, Ga. 149, 214, 469 Wilson, T. C., Jr., Allanla 6, Ga., 85, 185, 469 Wilson, T. A., Roswell, Ga., 69, 107 Wilson, W. A., Jr., Daylona Beach, Fla. 284 Wilson, W. Wimberly, Wimberly, O., Raleigh, N.C., 485 C. 1-1., Jellersonville, Ga., 85, 175 E. J., Macon, Ga., 485 Windham, C. L., Allanla, Ga., 83, 277 Windham, R. L., Allanla 5, Ga., 293, 469 Windle, J. B., Kingsporl, Tenn., 501 Wing, E. T., Jacksonville 7, Fla., 107, 501 Winingcler, T. K., Norlolk, Va., 79, 141, 267, 270, 277, 279, 281, 286. 314, 330, 364, 370, 371 Winkler, A. L., Miami Beach, Fla., 141, 501 Winkler, J. P., Shelbyville, Tenn., 501 Winsness, D. J., Chamblee, Ga., 113, 501 Winslead, W. A., Philadelphia, Miss., 501 Wise, W. W., Newlown Square, Penna., 85, 86, 175 Wolle, J. M., Allanla 6, Ga., 131 Wolle, J. B., Allanla 10, Ga., 368, 469 Wollle, E. 1-1., Bainbridge, Ga., 98, 469 Wollram, C. E., Macon, Ga., 469 Womack, E. F., Jr., Americus, Ga., 159, 469 Womack, E. 1-l., New York, N.Y., 501 Womack W. L., Nashville 12, Tenn., 156, 157, 501 Wood, A. R., Washinglon 20, D.C., .501 Wood, C. N., Bessemer, Ala., 485 Wood, E. W., Pavo, Ga., 507 Wood, J. R., Newman, Ga., 183 Wood, W. C., Umalilla, Fla., 235 Woodall, L. C., Woodland, Ga., 501 Woodard, J. M., N. Lillle Rock, Ark., 287 Woodard, Ronald S., Filzgerald, Ga., 278, 281, 296 Woodlin, R. 1-l., Jr., Allanla 6, Ga., 501 Woodrull, J. R., Grillin, Ga., 121, 591 Woodrull, J. L., Madisonville, Ky., 334, 371 Woodrull, L. 321 Woodrum, L., Slalesboro, Ga., 179, 190, 469 Woodward, J. 1-1., Allanla 15, Ga., 295 Woodyard, R. E., Jr., Memphis 11, Tenn., 469 Wooll, R. A., Miami 55, Fla., 141 Woolen, W. C., Annislon, Ala., 485 Woolen, W. 1-1., Jr., N. Miami 61, Fla. 469 Work, D. T., Jr., Memphis 4, Tenn., 501 Wormwood, C. T., Tampa 9, Fla., 107, 501 Worlh, J. J., Allanla 7, Ga., 485 Wren, M. M., Augusla, Ga., 285, 469 J Wynn, Wm. M., Slone Mounlain, Ga., 279, 281, 296, 449 Wyss, L. K., Gaslonia, N. C., 469 Yaksh, T. L., Albany, Ga., 123, 501 Yancey, F. V., Mariella, Ga., 485 Yancey, 1-1. O., Allanla 16, Ga., 501 Yancey, J. D., Douglasville, Ga., 469 Yanlz, T. C., New York, N. Y., 501 Yarbrough, A. G., Funslon, Ga., 469 Yarbrough, B. R., Allanla, Ga., 469 Yarbrough, D. W., Charleslon, S. C., 507 Yarbrough, L. B., Easl Poinl, Ga., 157, 501 Yesillepe, Y., New York, N. Y., 449 Yeske, P. B., Thomson, Ga., 469 Yocum, C. E., Ballimore 29, Md., 501 York, G. W., Allanla, Ga., 171, 449 York, R. M., Albany, Ga., 227, 293 You1and,,J. F., Warringlon, Fla., 501 Youmans, D. L., Allanla 11, Ga., 469 Young, Young, M., Macon, Ga., 501 A., 1-lomerville, Ga., 139, 501 Young, W., Jr., Decalur, Ga., 501 Young, Wm., Jr., Memphis, Tenn., 285, 294 Young, C., Falls Church, Va., 149, 501 , Young, Young, Young, Young, Young, 1-1., Rockmarl, Ga., 189, 198, 449 M., Allanla, Ga., 469 . W., Macon, Ga., 135,469 N., Augusla, Ga., 501 1-1., Easl Poinl, Ga., 121, 469 Youngblood, S. E., Macon, Ga., 501 Youngner, L. D., Allanla, Ga., 449 Wisenbaker, W. E., Jr., Lake Park Ga., 501 Wiser, D. J., Winler Park, Fla., 103, 469 Wisler, R. C., Clearwaler, Fla., 511 Wilcher, W. G., Jr., Decalur, Ga., 469 Wilhers, S. E., Decalur, Ga., 501 Wilhinglon, A. S., Savannah, Ga., 117, 501 Wille, A. F., Ml. Pleasanl, S.C., 501 Wille, G. A., Slalesboro, Ga., 179, 469 Willick, G. l., Slone Mlm., Ga., 469 Willslruck, R. G., Sarasola, Fla., 501 Wonlforcl, James C., Direclor, Cooperalive Division, 51 Woicik, C. M., Allanla, Ga., 175, 469 Woll, Richard, Miamin Beach 41, Fla., 94 Wolle, D. C.. Ballimore 25, Md., 285, 469 Wrighl, , E., 1-lowey 1-lills, Fla., 501 Wrighl L., Miami 44, Fla., 501 Wrighl D., Chamblee, Ga., 279, 449 Wrighl J. W., Madisonville, Ky., 330, 359 Wrighl 1-1., Allanla 5, Ga., 507 Wrighl . B., Fl. Lauderdale, Fla., 469 Wrighl R. C., Forl Mill, S. C., 469 Wrighl Foresl Park, Ga., 281 Wyall, E. L., Decalur, Ga., 501 Wyall, J. L., Allanla, Ga., 449 Wylly, R. L., 111, Allanla 18, Ga., 206 Wyly, L. D., Allanla 5, Ga., 469 Wyndham, J. G., Orangeburg, S. C., 507 Wynn, J. R., Decalur, Ga., 485 Wynn, R. l'1., Barnesville, Ga., 117,501 Zacher, R. A., E. Longmeadow, Mass., 469 Zakilis, A. J., Allanla 9, Ga., 485 Zapico, L., Miami 33, Fla., 449 Zehner, S. P., Fl. Myers, Fla., 117, 469 Zeigler, E. 1-I., Columbia, S. C., 235, 469 Zeisler, M. Wm., Fl. Lauderdale, Fla., 141, 449 Zeoueira, R. E., 1-lalo Rey, Puerlo Rico, 469 Zier, E. M., 469 Zimmer, L. E., Evansville 14, lnd., 501 Zimmerman, C. D., Allanla, Ga., 469 Zimny, D. Wm., Challanooga 5, Tenn., 501 Zollicoller, J. 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