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

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Although faced by overwhelming odds, the Tall Gray Fox turned out teams that brought excitement to the hearts of all concerned with the realm of football. But fielding a winning team was not the foremost aim of Bobby Dodd's life. He believed that an athIete's first responsibility was to receive a sound education, and stressed high standards of conduct both on and off the gridiron. As Bobby Dodd's successor Bud Carson so aptly put it, "I am not Bobby Dodd. No man could be Bobby Dodd. I was mis- quoted not long ago when somebody said that I called him one of a breed. What I really said was that he was one of a kind." He truly was "one of a kind", and the world of sports will miss him not only as a great coach but also as a great human being and builder of men. FAR LEFT: The Dodd Clan watches a fall afternoon scrimmage. LEFT: Amicable Bobby Dodd always has time to greet prospective freshmen athletes during practice sessions. . -.CW Rooty Toot Toot!!! Hooray! the age of demonstrations and involvement has arrived at Tech. The frus- trated soul who plastered this confessional across the wall in front of the Library will soon get the courage to publicly declare what he believes. He might even write an anonymous letter to the editor of the Technique. But the Techman is a practical guy. What will making a poster or walking in a picket line do for your G.P.A.? Besides, your prof might see you on Huntley-Brinkley and really put the screws to you. The need for female companionship has always been prevalent at Tech. There are just not enough available coeds to go around. CThe ratio is 20011, just so it won't keep you awake.l Most students are forced to look elsewhere. The girls at Scott are lithe and wilting, but Scott is thirteen miles away and for a Freshman with no car that's a pretty long walk. He is also a whiz with the slide rule. "UUA l 1 ACADEMICS Administration Research Departments President Harrison: Expansion Program Becomes a Reality Serving his ninth year at Georgia Insti- tute of Technology, Dr. Edwin D. Harrison has become an image maker-one who has established the image of not only a well-rounded institute, but a technologi- cally advanced institute equal to any of its kind in the United States. With his eye on advancement, Dr. Harrison has transformed the expansion program this year from the drawing board into one of reality. Harrison says that it will be in the next few years that the Tech student will begin to realize and experience the areas of excel- lence that this expansion program is creat- ing about. With the managerial study and reorgan- ization of the administration completed, Harrison thinks that this will bring about a more effective management that will tend to accelerate the betterment of Georgia Tech as a whole. This change has not only become apparent in the admin- istration but in the growing physical facili- ties as well. V 1 w 4 ,Macaw 4--.ggu-ww,,w,,ggpuwv,. ,-1 vmwpnvvfw- 1 . - .,,,.,...,.. ,pm .M.-...,.-9, ., . ., .1-.....,,.,.iv..,,..,......,,'A, , ,. .. . , ,... .,,,,,,,,,.,,,,, , .M . ,. ...,. , ,. ,. , . .,., .,., ,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,, ,.,,..,.Y ., x..,,.,,,x ..,.v W. ,. --.-.R-,..,.....M...,..,.,.m,,,.,......,..,..-.,....f,.,Mow V .. .,...,,-,..- -f,,,,.,..m, ......-mf,-.., - '- " f ,-.-gg3'?E'. A?" ' 4' H H 5' M" - 2 1.1-4, -1- . ---f- , . ::,,.:-f- Lau,- . ' , 4 ff'.-Q52-xlrgsf ' A gg:-f' f'1'..A:l-,1,1frc ,, , " -fic ' .- v -4 , ,QQ-T.:-, 2: 1.221 1 ' - x- - 'j. .Q 'J' nw:--'V A I 5 - .ALN r dministration 'Q ABOVE: Robert E. Ylwmlm, VICP Prewclerwt - Programs. ABOVE RIGHT: Paul H1-her, Vice President- Plan- ning, RIGHT: xxWfHI.ll77 Drrvctrmr ul Aclnmxiom I, C.1rmich.wl, Registrar .md feeds. fi? H.. , 5 .vw -L . 'iq fQ?5 LEFT: lames R. Anthony, Vice Presi' dent-Comptroller, BELOW: james E Dull, Dean of Students. uwvfm.. Agni' 4 Q'-. -N QF RIGHT: E. A. Trabant, Vice President- Academic Affairs. ABOVE: loe W. Cuthridge, Vice President-Develop- fTI6I'lf. wil? A YEAR ON THE HILL ACADEMICS .... SPORTS .......... CREEKS .......... CLASSES ........... ' ADVERTISEMENTS .... INDEX... 'wie FEATURES ............ .. ORGANIZATIONS .... ..8 .34 'I00 'I62 202 274 380 488 490 ABOVE: Arthur G. Hansen, Dean of Engineering Col- lege. ABOVE RIGHT: Wyatt C. Whitley, Director ol the Engineering Experiment Station. RIGHT: R. T. Staton, lr., Dean of Undergraduate College. AdlTlil'liStf2lti0I1 CCONTINUEDJ nmnQ, J' if L LEFT: Lawrence V. johnson, Director of Engineering Extension Division. BELOW: Thomas VV. jackson, - Dean of the Graduate Divi5ion. . EN.. X,-.. J . W , 'Q -1: I -1 - gk ' ,h X i 5 . :ge E Nix. X. XXX -X I X: ff 1 g. N.-1 ., , :Qs LEFT: Ralph A. Hefner, Dean of the General College. ABOVE: Sam C. Webb, Director of Evaluation Studies. , 4 J-.dis fi wif' 1 . r V4 :', .Jag ,,. 2, ' vl 1 vw x' v 4 3 vi? 'A If v, 4,,N- ji hu 5 RIGHT: Fred W. Ajax, Director of Cam- pus Affairs. BELOW: W. Roane Beard, Director of Alumni Affairs. ABOVE: Harry L. Baker, lr., Director of Research Administration. RIGHT: Clyde D. Robbins, Director of Campus Planning. ' 'siiapw ,,,,,....,v-W' 1-?""l"f'7"1":hr'a' AdITlil1iStI'dtiOl1 KCONTINUEDJ RIGHT: Mrs. l. Henley Crosland, Director of Libraries. BELOW: George C. Griffin, Dean ol Students-Enwntus. BELOW RIGHT: Robert E. Winn, Assistant to President. BOTTOM: lerrv D. Pur5er, Assistant Dean of Students. 11 .fl an ,145 I ' 1' - , . W . 'I W If ' F . L 'ig aj As,-MZ-'QL'A 1 ' B 4 f A . F 6000 I li-I-ui. 4 l w 1 a Cl Il Q 5 R o -6 ll CQ Ol ll Ol GQOI A l L kgfleifg W .sv 13. 1-ii 5 ie id 4, 9. iQ, LEFT: Robert C. Commander, General Secretary of the YMCA. ABOVE: Dr. john B. Riggsbee, Director, of Health. LEFT: W. Eugene Nichols, Associate Dean ol Students. BELOW: Edwin P. Kohler, Assistant Dean of Students. 4.1" I l fl 4 l r Research: An Integral Part of Tech As an agency of the University System of Georgia, the Engineering Experiment Station at Georgia Tech exists to serve Georgia and the nation's industry and gov- ernment by conducting investigations in all fields of engineering and in many aspects of the physical, chemical and bio- logical sciences. Last year alone, 77 articles published in scientific journals, 194 reports prepared and distributed, and 446 projects completed show the efforts of this station. This year these numbers will increase as the need increases for further knowledge. One of the station's divisions, the High Temperature Materials branch, is an excel- lent example of the fine work the station is producing. They are presently carrying out vvork in the field of slip-cast fused silica radomes - only one of the many examples of research produced by the sta- tion vvhich makes it a more integral part of Georgia Tech and the nation today. " I 1 ,-, Y 4 e :wsig 3514 Y 0 ' ' ! 4 Q 'A W K, - SN xiii Q ,xx t X Ma 1 7 !i,' 4 T 1 7 Zi W 5 iflflzfiislif' ,, WW RESEHYCI1 KCONTINUEDP '17 I -. ,f fl 'K O1 ,4.4' -7' BOTTOM RIGHT: Slip-cast fused silica radome ready for firing. BOTTOM LEFT: Electronics is becoming one of Tech's more important areas of re- search. X. . x-. , . QQ. . xi in S J G 4. Ag . , , 32' 1 f -. , nf-1 af - . mf. ri 1.-f.4.,,, Mm., , """"fHN 1: . Y bv S " gg - 'SX ' fn, A 5' I K X N xx " M I ' . P , I 1 J l '14, Y A ' 'Q ' 71: - N'- ' an in , '- 'Sz' A "NfNx I ' x . FYR .f . .xx i xl ,X , 'hx "H+ , 'lu W J: "Iggy v I M. - '-ag..-.,, , ax r -. L1 'S wi Computer Research: A Look into The Future Since its beginning in 1955, the Rich Electronic Computer Center is becoming more and more a part ofthe Georgia Tech research program. As a division of the Engineering Experiment Station, it is experi- encing a new kind of computer relationf ship. ln the RECC conference room, located in the EE building, the center can demonstrate some of the new improve- ments of computer systems. By the use of a remote terminal device, similar to a tele- type machine, a program can be dialed directly to anywhere in the United States where this type of system exists. Through this demonstration, it can be seen that we are facing a near-tomorrow situation that can bring with it computer-communication utilities to make computer usage con- venient and commonplace. 1 1 NX bag its -y- X ii.. in TOP RIGHT: After program is dialed on remote terminal device, dataphone sets shown here receive information and feed it into the computer. RIGHT: Housed on the first floor of the cen- ter, the Burroughs B 5500 is Tech's newest addition to its computer family. we -rw l 'X Q., A a--1 -' K 95552.55 .: xc- -way. Q., it xx- XX In - Z 1 1 TOP LEFT: Remote terminal device, similar to a tele- type machine, feeds programs directly into the com- puter. ABOVE: Key punch operators produce cards used in programing the computers. Engineering Extension Provides Continuous Education In this day of such rapidly increasing knowledge, a professional man's education is often obsolete before he has had much chance to use it. To meet the need pro- duced by this circumstance, the Engineer- ing Extension provides refresher and advanced courses to graduates and pro- fessional people after they have completed school and are working. These courses vary from one day to one 'year in length and are given at such hours and places as to permit these people to take them. ln all the Engineering Extension served almost twelve-thousand people in this capacity last year. Another facet of the Engineering Extension is Southern Technical Institute located in Marietta. Approximately eleven- thousand students are enrolled in the twelve, two year curricula offered at South- ern Tech. These students receive college degrees, Associate in Engineering, upon graduation. 4 v .. Y 'Q - L 4, , ,K Q l-- Q '1'.."K SN5' f"'N.,N"'m.a- 'au .. W, QQ s 'wg .- 4-1, r 57 , 53: E1 " .P if 5..w,,X i A- . .- 1 A C Brufv ,'.,,. , f -'f-- ,X W ..,, 41' R L. Carlson in ' ' S Xn ,L D. W Dutton . x . If Q H L Durham l X N- 1' --x 1' A H D Edwnrclx 42 -. 5: 1 rv' ff- -I xi? R B Cray 1 I. Harper M E Hermes 'i 'ff 'A' N .,, .N , - Mr - r Y nal , y I 1 -r .44 A B Huang 1 E. Hubbarlt H M. McMahon W B Moseley ,ov "'.?' C A Prerce C I Sumrheg R E, Smglelon E R. Wood A Woodrum I C. Wu B T Z1 n Aerospace Expands Facilities With the new four story building, the Space Science Technological Center, near completion, the School of Aerospace Engi- neering expects rapid growth into areas of new development. This new building will house such equipment as hypersonic and plasma shock tunnels, hypersonic wind tunnels and gas dynamics apparatus. The equipment is only a portion of the new facilities that will play an important part of research expansion. With its eye on facility expansion, the Aerospace Engineering Department expects rapid growth in both undergraduate and graduate population also. With an under- graduate enrollment of approximately 750 students and a graduate population in- crease of 30 percent over last years enroll- ment, one can see why this department holds the second largest enrollment of any other engineering school on campus. FAR LEFT: Student uses card catalogue in AE library to do research. BELOW: Dr. Arnold L. Ducoffe, Director. ff 'hm-r-f X ' " , ,:.-wa ,J 'wif' MT " -ff' ' .P f ll ' 2.4 ' ' .1 1 ' Heallue A F. B4-nlxunm Hin Brcdendleck F9 .Fw ve, --A I . 'K ia X C Malcolm ,fsuld H Cn 4 -u V. 1 . R Croc-nv I ll llarrls j. A. Kelly Drl Paul M. Heffernan, Dfroclor , I .-..-u.mm ,, . . . 1'f"3i rchltecture "We're Number One" Architecture is the study of design, with related exercises in drawing, graphics, vi- sual composition and model building. With this in mind, the architect here at Tech is given an opportunity to develop his crea- tive aswell as his analytical abilities. The claim that "We're Number One" came when six senior architects from Tech entered and swept through the annual na- tional competition for architects under thir- ty. Six out of the thirteen cash awards, in- cluding grand prize and first runner-up went to Tech students. No other college in the country placed more than one among the winners. , . ,W . c 1 L P.-W AA., W., ..., Le.. 5' if 2 i '13 . t S . 5 r - 'll L' ..,. ' a 1 4 S 1 i ' l .2 R' ?- Y. 5 't 5 ff' S A w., t, ':. Biology Department Hosts Conference With the beginning of the bioengineer- ing addition to the radioisotopes lab, the Biology Department at Tech looks forward to an expansion toward betterment. In keeping with the technological university idea, biological aspects of engineering problems will be emphasized even more than before. Even though the focus of the department is on basic biology, its seven members carry out research in areas such as enzyme reac- tions, molecular pathological states, and radiation damage at genetic levels. As host of a conference on electron spin spectrom- eters this year, the Biology Department participated in frontiering research in this area. X .hx . 4- , ..,, km ' I 1 Herse R S, Ingols H S Min RIGHT: Ur. Robert Fetner, Director, ,sawifiy 'H Ceramics Department to Offer Ph. D. l Q. .--N X K. C. Beck ff L he I. E. Husted . :J H. W. Slraley wi 3 The advent of the space age has greatly increased the need for ceramic engineers by the demand for materials capable of withstanding environments faced in space exploration. The Ceramics Department at Georgia Tech has realized the need for high quality ceramic engineering graduates and is constantly expanding and improving its curriculum. Work began this year toward offering two new degrees which will be offered next year. A Ph. D. will be offered in Ceramic Engineering, and a MS. in Geo- physical Science. Dr. C. W. Weaver and Mr. loe Cochran joined the staff while new courses in Computer and Nuclear Technolo- gy were added to its regular curricular. With the Ceramics Department housed in the most modern facilities, it is definitely a department for the future. LUT Dr Lane Mitchell, Dirurtur - ' 1 W. C. Hansard G, .3 . li .- L Refi- . N v " F I W. E. Moody if. .C 1' .L 5 Z C. E. Weaver .. ....f.- - '+P 4 Ly, 5,-r OD oi?- 5 2 if 1 :Z 5 2. , M H +1 - iii wi ? :P 2 .gy - Z. V if 9 FEATURES Saturday at Tech Beauties New Lab Equipment For Ch. E.'s The Chemical Engineering Department is spending approximately twenty-five thou- sand dollars this year to buy new transport phenomena and unit operations lab equip- ment. Along with this new equipment, the Chemical Engineering department has sev- eral new research grants. Dr. Engles has a contract with the National Science Founda- tion to work on project entitled: "Investiga- tion of Bonding Energies In Atomic Lattices As Related To Distance and Direction", and Dr. Hockman has a contract with the Naval research lab to work on a project entitled: "Studies in Stress Corrosion Cracking". F2 141. A I 1 -"'.'f- ib Z' s"" ' Q fibligf N' 1.-2,1 ' . ..'i 1 z .V if - 5 git :Ii Q af , i"'gi"g If ' 1'1"- . " f ' .5 ' 1 4-7 i im. , ' f Y, 1. 1- "' J 1 ' ' -4 i I . ' 2' :lfE'5'72:1v7'1" 3? il-15: .I 4 21' 6 D G. L. Bridges - 4:-1-:vs--V z 1 .ji ' Q ' - 1 . h C. W. Gorton .3 ,fs- 51... +- V H. A. McGee, jr. fu-I4??."' f1'. "' .' -. 'Ei :,Q,5:g:.- 19:5-' 1-141:-"'-" ,- ,fig-sf - 4. g.- ,:,1g:.,. -.gz-kgjga' , eu., 1 , 4 'C -, 'I+I'I-. " . 1':f-2es:- . -. - lrf-E .-'Zz' , f-5, X -:':-55133:-. wig, S. Sponner 1..- 1 N. N. Engel 1. D. Fleming Q R, F. Hochman H. C. Lewis W. M. Newton C. Orr, jr. ' ' 'U-.'1i:7:f" ' , 1 i -. " 1- 11-55.335 fa il? sf' Qi1"ff:'1'1 'ir HL. lg. , , ,.,. ,L 3.1.4 Alguv 2241- - mfzveza 1 U - 7:25 H, C. Ward W. T. Ziegler Dr. H. V. Grubb, Director x . f , Q vu , .. J,-vi, 195 ' 55' EZ I riff' ' " - 'G .1 A ,saga aw--5 , - -' , .':f.5:1 3':'5 -2 .ur V- Exif . .Vg I -15, :5-1 H' Pri" ' . .1 - 1:-:T - ,Jul . B.: swf.: .r:A. 'L "' ' 1.11151 fi. f:E?'f:' "l:.-:'3- :'6"i " : ' . ' 1193 . , lifjli .-11.555 - - - 1:1--, nz. H, . 1? - , Q 1 1 rf ff rw rf - 929 224 . , .., ..,x -. l ry . 9 Q 42 3 x Q In A, Berlmnd E. C. Ashby E. M. Burgess F: rw" K 41 , 'ff i,..," ,- A ff I I u' 4 IS if .L . . . D. S. Came D. K. Carpenter I. R- DYEI' '. .- .-94 ' '. . . .es-i f ' A Xi . , -4 '- , 3 , -ffrxi. . X A 'K y ' , ' 'fijjgi V ' ' xl. ' -D' " E' ' .ik " 'ah' xke M Q, V V W. H, Eberhardt H. L. Edwards R. W. Funk ' I fx f.- ' " " 'rf .2 - Tizwizy'-gi . V H. A, Flagqhka S L. Gordon E, Grovonstein Q yswl b ' i- 13 ,Q ' -X - 1 N -. I Y gfiiziu ' 4 N H. R, Hunt, lr. C. L. Liotta C, A, Miller KA R, A, Pierolli R, F. Sessions - 1. A. Slanfield P. E. Sturrrck A4 C. Topp L. H. Zalkow 2. ,K . Q .-' --'. A fa F54 . r 44- - fpfaff .-1 , s , - U fr.. rg 4 Ki' as .W , ,. ,A bf Q A 'A .2 , S gl I f is " 3 ., ' .igitttk ,- Y' ' 1 in -Hr, 1 P f Fai S532 ff 7 7 Ei E! 'S N Q ' 13 i 1- A 5 N 5 Q E it 11 52: Q' -ga: ui' in. Dr. William M. Spicer, Director Chemistry Department Purchases Mass Spectrometer With the advent of next fall, the Chemis- try Department will have acquired a new mass spectrometer. This piece of equip- ment will be capable of determining atom- ic and molecular weights with extreme ac- curacy. lt will also be very useful in deter- mining structure of unknown compounds. At last there is salvation for Tech's chem- ists. Ground will be broken this spring for the construction of the new chemistry building. Then it will only be a matter of time before chemistry students can move from the ancient, acid eaten labs of Lyman Hall into their new facilities. - ' ' rl his l I. 4 t i i A l l I i tt i l l l Civil Engineering Department Receives National Recognition The Civil Engineering Department at Georgia Tech, one of the oldest on campus, has established itself over the years as one of the finest in the nation, The American Council on Education recently published a study it made of college departments, especially on the graduate level. The Civil Engineering Department received one of the highest ratings in this report. Two new professors, Dr, Tsivoglou and Dr. Westfield were added to the staff in the field ot San: tary Engineering Upon the resignation of Dr Schultz IH january Dr Saunders was appointed actung director a ss. :ff-'H , , fl-EZ ' ' A 'AQ VY 0- ca V: ' " - "' t9 ' 'O ' . . --A 5:55:- H- T -M .g s tg -E J , t.:-WC s ',l1'f "wifi I "fi, ill J tw: , A 4 'N 1 e 1' , ,- - 5 5 2 3 6:1141 D. Barksdale M R. Carslens A- B. Caseman ll M. Courtney V, .- ,, I Covault O Ec ncher KN E Gales 4,1-4' 11 .aff E t-253 - lic, , ag 4. 5, QIALAA ' , 4. , T5 -- "" ,. ,vm . . f h,,.'..J'S 1 , ,gt Q . f-v. .V I .T - J, ' 1 3' 4 A . , . f .- -4' . ,.. ., . ,- f . . f 'f . .. ,f" my A ,, -,,: , A , - ,A b tx d, , C I In , W ,L is 2, - "2 " Ji. , 7 - - ' 'fra 4 . ,Q T , Q ai ,1 fag: a A .W ' ff' - Fi Q . R? ff, 1 ' off! J ' ,- , ,, 14 L " V -,ffl .I ,sl-,, ff. . ulggjl iv. X ,YE ' is 11" it '-- 'ti I I .,,, .- fu we gf ", ww, as 1 ' N """W'nq-uw ,x N. wr, 411, N ,x, 5 X z K 5 WX X ..-gi.-I-'-1 111055: 'gf "N " I. L. Kallos C. E. Kundsvaler R. King 6 ' n-9' ' r' ' v E. E. Ozboln R. 1. Paquelle F, C. Pohland .. . , . ,ff I-. L 1 . I . I W cf . "' '- f ' ,li Q" H 9 ' . 1 -K F1 'L L 1 Dr. Pau! H. Sanders, Director C. W, Tooles E. C. Tsrvoglou N. H, Wade -n : -ev' 'sp' M . ..fw.-: f f -. f ..,...: 7'n"1g 1' 3 ,-:TG t - , wx f' A - 1 ,P 4 - Y '?ly:rn2- T P . . :rw-4... G. D. May P ff, in-. - 1 ve ,-X 1 ! 1 L C. M slaughnef W. 1-R Q 1. R. Wallace G. MLW?" B B Malanll vy 13. v . , T4 L' 1 . f.. K N f . M- 5nYdEf E A. Siarke 'F f-- y x x S' f r '13, 4. x,,,f - .. 1:1 ... 1. M. Wampler P. H. Wright B 7"-Zrf,' .9 I- ...N x. 8.1 6 I NYS. 2 A-vu .-, , .f - Electrical Engineering: Live Better Electricall Since a large part of society is influenced hy the work ot electrical engineers, it is important for the students in the Electrical Engineering Department to receive the hest training possihle. Adyencement in society requires advancement in the teaching tech- niques, To meet these changes the Elec- trical Engineering Department is proposing a new curriculum next fall. Eyen though the student population of the EE department has decreased slightly this year, compared to the past years in- creases, the department added tour or fiye new professors this year. Research, however, is on the increase. Work with physical elec- tronics, lasers, and alteration of microwave frequencies are only several examples of work carried out hy this department. I I I ,,f-ff gr? A A , i J .L gr I rim- , c if ' f?? llr, Bvnrarnrn l. Dasht-r, Dirt-ttur I f ! f- - '- -'- f Q lf- . 5 -22... I ., 3 X V-f ,- ' r' A .. pf " 'Pe I '2 Qi y ' - 4 r M 21 "1 f . 41 N .V 5,7 ---J' A ,VVV V. . I R. E. Bryan A M, Hush 1. M. Clark D. Fe-ldmann D, C. Fielder D. L. Fmn ,Q L. Hammond pq, W, Hayngg 1, W, Hooper A 1 3 f , 1 1 M f , .. . M' . - - ' ' . - . fr -4 . 'WUWGW " . - :f - - .V . - ' - he Q- H Q 'W' - ., ' 2 1' - V W1 'M' - 'Q w . +1 Q . A, ' .- " l -U 33:11-- W . 'W - fr N: ' 7 3.- I 5-. V4 " . 5159.1 , vv' V 'I I I 'Qi '-14. kk rw. 2:23. I 14 J T 1 57" iW 'f F. K. Hurd NN, B- JOHQS V. A. Krnilsky R. A. Marnn Il. L. McKrnley M. F. Moad r, Q, Nuuingham M. O. Pace D. T. Paris f f f 'IG gr , r s 1 I - Q.. 2 . - - ' 7 f --. ' Y' -vv - , S jfvfv V K " .. 1' Y ' . pam.. .7417 f fr , , I-:.g:. :5:gr:gg F M f + 1 .. . 1. B. Pealman R. H. Pellut D. Q Ray I, R4 Rowland K L. Su 1. M. Wallace R. P. We-bb l K. Whrpple T, M, Whlle Engineering Graphics: Language 0f Engineers The Department of Engineering Graphics offers the student basic knowledge of the language of engineers. For six hours each week freshmen in the various engineering schools of Tech frequent the Engineering Graphics labs. Here they find graphics to be an exact type of language in which the engineer communicates with the technician in order to transform his ideas into reality. The engineering schools at Tech require three graphic courses: one on the basics of dravvingg one on the theory of points, lines, and planesg one on graphical conven- tions. Higher courses tailored to meet the needs of the various engineering schools are also offered. Ur R kenneth lacolns, Umm! KMN reef- Z 2-lr I J. ' ' -s.,,'W t ,. li , ' ' - SP' - 'sfo 1 W. Adams I C Durdt-n i. L. Ellis ' N .fix :I 4 L- , lc ,W . , A , -A I. D. Hutcheson T. C Linthicum 1. R. Murphy nc Q -: H -. .H 1 i fy- . l .. I I C Nevllt D. H. Smith H 1, Smith H W. Slreitman E. M. Wheby I. E. Willis Ii l T34 I. H, Armstrong H. Bauer F, C, Bragg it - N1 I 4- ar' 'T' ez A B. L. Brown l. C, Clark VV' I. U19I'1iCk21 f fe- 7 f is 5 et W K Wilton A. W. Marrls D. I. McGill ff' --,V . ' A i P. Packman G. M. Rentzepis W. Stadler - V 5 ki K K 6 M A - f -- .V J vs- T' - it lt, 5 i YI Y -Q .1 1 C. E. Stonelting C. E. Ueng l. T. Wang Engineering Mechanics Forces on Bodies Mechanics is defined as that part of the physical sciences which deals with the ac- tion of forces on bodies. Engineering Me- chanics here at Tech combines the curricu- lum of physics and mathematics for engi- neering applications. Recent advances in science and technol- ogy are demanding the solution of prob- lems in mechanics by trained analysts. The strong foundation given here at Tech trains such analysts to meet the needs of a de- manding society. Successful completion of the curriculum provides the graduate with a basis to enter into any one of a number of engineering or research programs. LEFT: Dr. Milton E. Raville, Director SATU RD Y N f .69 f Ly' f, ff .1 More Literature for More Literate Students To keep pace with the increasing literary quality of Tech's entering freshmen this year, the English Department revamped their freshmen curriculum. Discarding their old theory that Techmen could not write but had to be taught to do so, the freshman courses of the new curriculum are now lit- erature courses. The quality of Tech's English professors is also notable. Dr. Young received Tech's first annual Outstanding Teacher Award. Dr. Rubin, chosen as a Fulbright Professor, spent this year teaching American Litera- ture at the University of Bergen in Norway. Tech's English professors are not without literary renown. Esta Seaton has had some of her poetry published and soon Dr. Rubin will have some of his poetry published. ,A cslcaf. li- :t E 5. in . I I F. Almon R. Bergamo T' E. Blicl-tsilver IJ B. Comer 1' "L it -' X wx xv. KV 9 lieu . . Z-fi ' wg-. Q' N N. -i 112-5-. :', args. .y i ,- llr Andrewj Walker, Dircrrlur -1 R L. Hull W. R. Melcalfe H' Nat-'Sl9 C. W. Rainey R! l C. S. Rivers gh geamn xiii" ,,,,,.......- ,,.a.qulrllU""""' ...l 2' K nic L7 1 ABOVE Dr I D Young winner of Techs out5tanding I. E. Department Hosts japanese Professor An expanding program has caused sever- al changes in the Industrial Engineering De- partment. Dr. Abruzzi, Dr. Aaronson, and Dr. Gotterer were added to the staff to cope with increased enrollment. Also, teaching in the Industrial Engineering Department at Tech this year was Dr. S. Senju, a visiting professor who was here in a NSF Senior Foreign Scientist Fellowship, from Kieo Uni- versity in Tokyo, lapan. Dr. Senju is a recognized authority in operations research and industrial engineering in japan. Gne notable change in curriculum was effected this year. Students in Industrial En- gineering now have two options in design to choose from during their senior year. One deals with information and control systems while the other deals with opera- tions and facilities design. Another mile- stone for the l.E. Department was the authorization for construction of another new building which is hoped will be corn- pleted by late '69 or early '7O. f'X Dr. Robert N. Lehrer, Director. ,l - '+V' F as Mi wi .- Y 1 I,-13" :ui-+:' 13 i,fg,1e'r " -al-or - F- J". .c ' .s.'-.31 ...il ... EE fl 5 L 5- -F -ad' f? . 1-2001 'S Si MI' Q' H . uf 41. "' Ft-5. . 4:2 97'-N-..,, , :?'r-521 ' I 4 . ,X 3. . . M 4- 51221 KVA . . ' P I .... - 4' Q . vm A .. ,Q ff' . 'Z A "fl f - f ' L- 1 X fum: . ' - . , is W ' - 3:i.'i?i,, . A, -, ' A ' . i5gEgjE5V1.A v' 1. , fi IQ R 4 A. Abruzzi P. Adulbhan 1. M. Apple 1. H. Birdsong vv. N. Cox 1. G. Davis P. T. Eaton iii." . "" A 'A 1 E C Ffanklm D E Yffe Croseclose A F Hanken Hines C. G. johnson J. Krol S xxg -, "f ' . ' Q A WV. K. fw 5' . A fg.AQ:Qxgj1'.g P' 5115-I ,- ..:.fi.... f ' , '- 3, 'H' . A 1 ' ,E ' 5 'T' , Q v ' 'tr . . E 1 f N. K. Rogers S. Senju B. C. Spradlin W. W. Swan H. M. Wadsworth, jr. 1. R. Walker T. W. West 139 ,-i. f Industrial. Management Requires New Courses in Math Realizing that its math requirements were inadequate, the I. M. Department T added two more quarters of required math 1 to its curriculum. These were not the stan- dard math courses, but rather new ones developed in conjunction with the math department which stress linear algebra and contain just those elements of calculus which are needed by I.Mfs. Woe be the jocks! Two noted publications were products of the l. M. Department this year. Study of the Economic Impact of the Braves on Atlanta was written by Professor W. A. Schaffer and graduate students G. D. Houser and R. A. Weinberg. Study ol the Economic Impact of the Falcons on Atlanta was also written by W. A. Schaffer and graduate student M. Despeaux. RIGHT: Dr. 5herman Dallas. BELOW: loe Black plans computer program to meet increased demand of public for Iaster data processing, unv- eh r"' F,-.. KX 1.-- X 7.-.1 H- ,,..,,4 . -- ,- f .ff 1 ,x, WP 9 A ' 5 I R. Bollmger, lr. ' 42- 'F' 41- J V ff lx I. L. Caldwell , :--zm MT:-159 .. ' . --f' 'Y . ff 1 ' 5 21325544 V -- ' 41' ""-55 11-I -. R. G. Gamoneda 4 ra?-:1 . . -: .2 M - 11 x 331 A " .f m ' A gasgsw-ai 11 A.:2:.z:..:-1 ft .111-:V-rea. . M-V-' .gg .1-1.5 K., .. -, E... in . G Glenn W. A. Schaffer Information Science Profits From Purchase of New Computer '.. L: '- i- Information Science is on the move at Tech. Established in 1963, the Information Science Department offered courses to graduate students only. Now that the de- partment has expanded, with the purchase ofa 2.75 million dollars Univac computer, courses will be offered to undergraduates and are being entered into many of the departments curricula. information Science can be defined as the field of study concerned with the con- trol and use of information. It also contrib- utes to the understanding of organization, and to the formalization of such informa- tion based processes as problem solving, decision making, communication and learning. information Science pertains to most every area of science, management, and education that Tech has to offer. - X. -.3 A .- . ' 'V ,A y K .N M ,4 ,xr ' V ii ... 1 li fi G. H. Driver D. D. Sante C. E. Steinhauser Dr. james D. Wright, Director M- 5' Venable G- F- Walkef L' l' Zahn Modern Language: Technology In Other Languages With a maiority of the technological and scientific books in the Tech library written in foreign languages, it is important for the Tech student to obtain a firm background in a foreign language. The Modern Lan- guage Department attempts to furnish the student tools with which to further his knowledge of today's rapidly changing technology. Not only does the department attempt to prepare the student for scientific reading but it also tries to inform the student of the civilization and literature of the countries where that language is spoken. This thor- ough background in a language is becom- ing a necessity for work in any graduate area. ,if I 2 S. :S - 2 1:22,-Nga " i ,-.xr W . 5 ,, . ., 1 l 'Um lf? 4 Swv l lx' 'xl' xxhl T -2 I xx-.4 144 X s - l 4 .f""9 ' ' ?- -3 Q ? lv L, - 1' l .Q - - '-Q 5, ' . I .1 Q rf: I, f 5 Q pzdrncn 1, A Barley 1 R. Baumgarlen M. C. Bernard ABOVE: Stuclvnl lmumlre-Q wot and dry lnulb lc-nwpvralurvs. ABOVE RIGHT: Dr, Iowph P. Vldmic, lJlre'Cl0l'. RIGHT1 Stu- cll-nlx In-rlorm .lrmlyalx ol lurbim- engine Nl l .X -3 an ' I x ' ,A f 1 . Vw! W. O. Carlson G. T. Calwell Q Qg.,g.- L . A5 4 7 l .. . A rr' f , , yr Q ' 'J l F. R. E. Crossley P. V. Desai s,. 'R' . f. F. Ql NVQ S l..DICls0l'SOf1 P Durbelakl ...-,...,,.,' . 2 K NASA Increases M. E. Research Facilities With many new research grants being re- ceived by the Mechanical Engineering De- partment and the requirement that all grad- uate students be engaged in a research proj- ect, the present facilities became insuffi- cient. The National Aeronautic and Space Administration solved this problem by fi- nancing the construction of Space Sci- ences building. The ground level and first floor of the new Space Science and Tech- nology Building Nofi will be used entirely as research facilities for the professors and graduate students of the ME Department. Directly across the street from this new building, construction is well underway on Space Science and Technology Building No. 3. Once completed this building will provide only classroom and lecture hall space. Cost of construction is being han- dled jointly bythe Sta-te of Georgia and the National Institute of Health. li , 9 1 ,,-pnrv-P"""" I lx g ' 'W I , . 2. -Rf' Q X . X I 34... 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' " " -G 1 ' T li' ' 111, 1 1 4 LI . , ,fri I V: I 1. ' 'EZ A ' f pf .QW141 ' 71 x 1 ., M1 3' . A, -11 I 1 of-fi I X ' td, nvII.v'lT'1I A I'IIII,, I I" .j..:"':-- IIWI,,.,. LL ' If F -4.III IIII qw1,.1,1w ' if. I 1. ' IIIIII I :I -' I 3 I I 4 1'5I:51I,II 1' N ' FY 1 ' ' ' L19 " W V' .'.'l4?'1 swam 3' ' R?" K I V - ' wif .vfH. . if .fJw11. .mWwww1 . " ' '. .5 dx . 5? 1 , .Wg I3 44314, .1 I I 1 , - 1 f 1 .j:j11afa1 f M' ,I . I 3' .3 I II , wx' . I 11 1 1 l 'I 1-1 w ' K4 Q1 ' ' Q 7 1 . . ... - 0- ' jf'1gI'1'5"EZ11,f'V1' 'f ' 3 ...--- Q 1411.114 NI I 1: g .1 EIL?-" ' G If, . M.. A, ' Nw... m ' H K o m Mathematics: A Necessary and Sufficient Education in Calculus Due to the rapid growth of knowledge in if 'mf 'W V science and technological areas during the ....'... . past few years, the Mathematics Depart- ment has programed its curriculum to in- clude a wide variety of courses at Tech. The . curriculum not only serves the function of .. L training students in basic mathematics for use in engineering and natural sciences, but also for providing more advanced training for those who plan to make mathematics their career. By providing thorough and careful training in the concepts and tech- nique of mathematics, the department is able to prepare the student for the needs that relating fields require. To meet these needs, numerous advanced undergraduate and graduate courses are offered which may be used as electives. '1.-W..-Fill' . . .-sawn.-.cs Dr. Bertram M. Drucker, Director isps,-ws' A. H- Bailey I. CA Bf00kS D. L. Brown C, L. cam, ir. G. c. Caldwell .APN fl' . Jawa? 2 r -cl il? -1- ,N . W. ju' ,, Q. '- Zig :H , - 1 S i'.f"3'4L',,F 1? ...-eff 'f 'Y S, H. Coleman 1. C. Currie D. M, Friedlen A. E. Fulton ti. 5. Goodrurn . ,- zfffi fi -1 . aif ifi' 'fists A - , W Q ,- C. " . . f 5 "fa, ' ' 1 XX ' -...- - f 1 1. I. Goode I. M. Gwynn H, Dar-Veig C. H. Holton E, R, immel . '-ag1"f, '-ff. ,lf 1 Alll Q . 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Walker N, K4 Wilson jr W' Wray Nuclear Engineering: Reactor Capacity Increased After a year of redesigning, Tech will shut down its nuclear reactor and convert it from its present one megavvatt capacity to a five megawatt capacity. When this renova- tion is completed next fall, no other college will have a larger reactor than Tech Cthough MlT's is "as largenl. Plans are also being completed to add a second working shift in the very near future to the operation time of the reactor. The addition of the second shift will be the first step toward eventual continuous operation of the reactor. 7 ABOVE: The NE Department houses such equipment as the neutron spectrometer shown here. RIGHT: Dr. C, I, Roberts, Director. 911' I. D Clement if C C. Eichholz ' . , K 6 v ills W. W. Graham N. NN Snyder P Q9 'Y O . . N. C. Dean L B. Folkes v XL bk D W. Howser -- g.--4 M45 B A. Gilbreath l J. H. McAuley -sf' ' R. Nelson . .Mm---"A T Plaxirn ABOVE CENTER: john McKenna, Director l-A Wel59f P. T.: Coeds Take Swimming The primary objective of the physical training is to insure that students remain physically fit while attending Georgia Tech. Basic fundamentals are taught in the fresh- men courses which consist of track, skills in swimming, and gymnastic techniques. Sophomore year students enjoy more rec- reational courses of tennis, football and basketball. The department aims at instill- ing a motivation for the student to utilize those physical activities which will be of great help in staying healthy after this work at Tech has been completed. Even though physical training was primar- ily restricted to male participation, this year saw the advent of coed participation when several girls succeeded in taking svvimming-What next? ji iakmg 1 , , A . H ...,, , ,,,,., .. .1 - - s fe :-.-ft?-. usllqkew i' 1 . . , 4' .gf gg :::sfQ.iz" VQ '-,,1.MSf::l:1'T,S:F' , . ,q ',47- 4-"t"f'1-A '5". , - ,fr Q asf .S .,:, -14,1124sff?!?!g--Wi!-:ii""fs' :EVE 1 za. - 'I 4 9 , . . '1:..a3si,si-V 'rliaxea-1.21.-.ff4- ' ..- -.rs 55?-i?I"F':-'iif '.'.1'7ir:t5fYz'i'4:w s ,gf f :se f tr.: ., if New Physics Building Nears Completion Physics is an exciting field. Here at Geor- gia Tech the faculty has this feeling of ex- citement and tries to communicate it in a way by serving other relating fields, educat- ing physicists and advancing knowledge of physics through research. Late this summer the department expects to move into their new building which will benefit not only the expansion of the department but also expansion into research. Since advancement is necessary for phys- ics to exist, the development of research plays the most important part of physics today. Scattering high frequency phonon tsoundl waves off crystal lattices, theoreti- cal studies of solid state, areas in nuclear physics are only a few examples of the types of research that play an important part of the development of the department today. if 1' 'f 5- ' 'fvv ' ' 'X 4' ' . ts - -.-'-' V. -vu . V- -- Y, ' -.'..-1 -g 1, --gg EWG' F , .,r-.- iijgcg g is 2111. if ' Igjtif 1 ii-'M .-4:ifFz'!2'2 '-- I . :Ei 7.-'lf 1 Q' 'V 5 ' 'Sf i"?i ' 4' 'f i-:" Y , -. 'I ' .I I T, Ahrens H. R. Brewer W. P. Ewalt ' i'f7'5i3f3'V 4'i?l-E-31'fWf . ' ag., "ef:,-313' -- ' gs. ti Vg V V . E ' Q, Q.. V- - Y N . A f.. A , Wfrf tr- r t M ., 1 'J' Q- , n 1 :ge-.-:gt XX 1' r l. F0fd l. R. Catland H, A, Cergh Q, . ' N ",,1," . . . X '. 1. H. Howey M. C. Payne E. T. Prosser K . I 4, ' 'r , 'F x . L- 1 ' A. L. Stanford T. L. Weatherly O. B. Wike H 1 vii? Y XX. 1-1- . ' ,V h .' .J f' ' K - ' 'P - li JF! V Q. " 1 -: ., K """42'..y,Qx .S I ,C 4, VU : if fi I I I f Y Psychology Secures Position In Industry One of the most notable changes in American lndustry since World War ll has been the greatly increased utilization of psychological techniques for the solution of personnel, production and design prob- lems. To meet this change Georgia Tech offers a curriculum leading to a degree in Applied Psychology. This curriculum stress- es fundamentals, providing opportunity for broad training in math, chemistry, psychol- ogy, biology and a number of basic engi- neering, management and humanities sub- jects. Through a broad educational experience, reading and self study, a firm educational base upon which a program of graduate study might be built and preparation to equip the graduate for employment, the psychology department has designed its course of study. ABOVE: Dr Payne edits notes for Psychology ,KU-1 lecture, LEFT: Dr. Edward H Lovelaml, Director. BELOW: Psycliologists use a great number ol rotlents in their experiments. L-,a-.- TTT- ig., 'Y 1??-"L-.1 -g,,,.. if . ,T t -ig v U5 vV,, . -JL- r or w ff -L 1 L 'iii-" ' k l. Baker I r N, 5: 1 C M. York i, E. Passey A- 1' at .VM 75 wi .ng ..r, D. Social Science: More Humanities For the Engineer .. .wQ'.?" M Mitzner R Scliari xx 5 Xvight i ? l 46. With basiccoursesinsociologyandfxmeri- can Government presented in the freshmen year, the Social Science Department offers other courses in the remaining years as electives. From study in fields of history, government, sociology, and philosophy, the student. acquires the fundamental knowledge which is a basis for a universal understanding between educated people. The Social Science Department tries to stress the point that a graduate must not only be familiar with his field of study, but also with the political, economic, and so- cial policies ofthe state and nation. LEFT: Dr. George Hendricks, Direct , 6' Textile Engineering Bridges Gap The textile industry today is rapidly changing its methods and the materials King Cotton has long since been replaced as the only practical raw material by the development of more man-made fibers. The oft-times poorly educated and under- paid "lint head" has been replaced by well trained personnel with an understanding of the science and engineering applied to tex- tile production. The A. French Textile School has fol- lowed this trend by changing from voca- tional instruction to a curriculum contain- ing organic and inorganic chemistry, strength of materials, quality evaluation, and the study of man-made fibers, poly- mers, and plastics. Emphasis is placed on bridging the gap between science and in- dustry. -,--- ' 3' e F 0 154 llr. james L, Taylor, Director ' F5 . ' K K t Q ,.Y. . gg? FAR LEFT: Student and lab instructor demonstrate loom for group of high school students touring the school. LEFT: Student tests fibers in chemical testing lab. ABOVE: Cotton is sorted and classed before being sent to the physical testing lab. Eventually the school plans to test every bale of cot- ton grown in Georgia. . 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I' Army ROTC: Realistic The Army ROTC Department obtained the use of five hundred acres of wilderness in Tate, Georgia this year which they have named Camp Drennon in honor of Tech's Professor of Military Science who will retire this year. Saturday afternoons find interest- ed cadets, headed by Cadet Swep Davis, in realistic field training which includes first-aidg survivalg compass and map read- ingg small unit tacticsg reconnaissance pa- trolsg bridge buildingg and stream crossing. Training sessions at Camp Drennon are conducted in army fatigues and m-1 rifles with blank ammunition are used. 'xfffzrix , A- a' ' V' ry Vxrkrv' 7' 37571377-C' ' ' ' ri' ' 31, 1-1.-ef' ' A A arf ' " nw '2i.- Q T .rift ' Q-. . A Pr" I ' 'T ' 4: -Uv r. Stiff' - . ' ' 'ig A" ' ' " . 'l-51' -A - 4. J ' . , - 6 95. , f 'I - 17" ' -.L 5 "' ' 7 - A if r, . . l . A .fl tl 1 ' 'H A' Allen D4 F- Bl-'Ck C. B. Drennon M C Tlentge ., -fs. W ' A - ' ,C Q . - ' w ,QA A - l .PL .,J. --I . 'bi'-fl 'C' . , 4 ,:, lg,--' A 1 fa-7 V W L. Gravitl N. I. Maddox C. R. Polley K l. Bvchlold ABOVE RIGHT: Cadet Eastman receives Legion of Honor Medal, highest award given in Army ROTC. ABOVE: Col. C, B. Drennon, lr., Professor of Military Science. -'il' Training in the Field ' 'Q-'ww . '- ' ' I Q We 1 .1 mfigx ' s , .- 'I , , . . P I wiv - .t.,. . L D P A xx ' -2 - ,4- 0 - I' Q- V. ,ku hiv- . U , if lyiiis. f-gf 1, .vu.N 1" ' K. J. 1 3 '35 ef gs 1 Q it. lf.- - ' dl 4 ,J W, ft 45,5 Navy Offers Condensed Program A new program has been initiated this year in NRQTC which allows students to skip the first two years of basic naval sci- ence courses and enter the program as a junior. Students participating in this pro- gram have to attend a summer camp con- ducted at the University of North Carolina before they are eligible to begin NROTC as a junior, Qther than this new program, tradition continues with NROTC scholar- ship students liable for four year active duty and contract students liable for three years active duty. BELOW LEFT: Brigade Staff, Left to Right, Com- mander Sellars, Lt. Smith, Lt. Commander Fitz- patrick, Captain Sands, Miclshipman First Class Serkin, Battalion C. P. O. Neville. BELOW RIGHT: Col. L. P. Harris, USMC, Professor of Naval Science. Q 4 'L' i I 'Fl 4.1 l A Eaton D O on P 5 Em Mclnville Lvl- PUYVSS 1. Westmoreland Air ROTC: Second Highest Number of Scholarshipsge For the first time at Tech, freshman and 4...1.. -l:,-, 3 ,gt . .A sophomore cadets in Air Force ROTC A X were issued uniforms instead of having to ' K 1' l Q5 -.J 1- 2- buy their ovvn. Other monetary gains were l - 4, Q .Lg lf, made in the field of scholarships. New 'J J l ' scholarships were made available to sopho- T ' G' 5 t O more cadets this year. The Tech Air ROTC 'A ' ls ' -' Department has given the second highest M' D A"'e""'3" G' R' Fame" l" Kr lr Ge""'S D- C' Hoffman number of scholarships to its students this O year of all the college Air Force ROTC de- ' I, B 1 partments. Also, this year Lt. Col. james B. i A 'N .1 f G' , fs- 4. , ,,,, 6 Freeman replaced Lt. Col. Alexander K. ' A,.- l gr ig ' , ,ws L 2 .-. johnson as Professor of Air Force Aero- , A l 1 , ' s ace studies. - ' 9 'A 'l ' A ff P. M. Richardson W. C. Ryan H. banter W. H. Tomlinson l Q ig -1 . 1 X BELOW: Lt. Col. I. D. Freeman, Professor of Air Force Aerospace Studies. BOTTOM: Cadet Wing Staff, Left to Right, Lt. Col. Chamberlain, Lt. Col. Bradley, Cadet Wing Commander, Col. Murphy, Lt. Col. Hawkins, Lt. Col, Fought. H5-O'-got' ,, -4' .....-.... 1' NN ' 'vine f ' ' f a N U 'W QV! ',UL V '--1. , ' 3-JV, ' f ,fy 2 ' 'fi .f 'R 'Q , ilu '51 1 W7 . 4, 5 I 'S' M 41- ' -. 4 QW' fix . w ii ' f. -na. v ..-, Z, 3 . , k 4 .ugdyv 4, A-.Wa . 1 f V , V 1- 'I :AA 1' QA R - Q +1 l . 4 ' 5' 1: , ima , f v. SPORTS MAJOR SPORTS MINOR SPORTS Football: Here Comes the Best in Ten Years Tech Opponents 38 Texas A 84 M 3 I 42 Vanderbilt 0 13 Clemson 12 6 Tennessee 3 17 Auburn 3 35 Tulane 17 48 Duke 7 14 Virginia 13 21 Penn State 0 14 Georgia 23 Orange Bowl 12 Florida 27 RIGHT: KNEELING: Head Defensive Coach Bud Car- son, Head Coach Bobby Dodd, Head Offensive Coach lack Griffin, Coach Dub Fesperman. STANDING: Coach Richard Bell, Coach Lewis Woodruff, Coach Jesse Berry, Coach Spec Landrum, Coach Bill Fulcher, Coach lim Luck, Coach Dynamite Goodloe. 5-55792 pf3fSisej5r r3,1iaf:fdteI3i1 FB? 55535269 9,553 - -,5.35s5,?r 3363 7 i?4ff4f3T?5z. .I , is Ay? rl 13:56 3 .1 5 '53 FRONT ROW: Haven Kicklighter, Sammy Burke, Buddy McCoy, Bill Middleton, Craig Baynham, Mike Fortier, Lamar Wright, Bill Moorer, W. I. Blane, john Douglas, lim Breland, lim Trapnell, Don Foster, Bill Kinard. SECOND ROW: lack Middlebrook, Forest lnglet, Elbert Price, Rick Nelson, Bill Eastman, Kim King, Tommy Carlisle, Randall Edmunds, Lenny Snow, Giles Smith, jimmy Brown, Tommy Elliott, Alan Glisson, Eric Wilcox, Steve Almond, Ken Edwards, Tommy Fiebelkorn. THIRD ROW: Tommy Gresham, Tim Eubanks, Bob Hollander, joel Stevenson, lohn Sias, john Weaver, Danny Adams, Danny Hendley, Doc Harvin, Claude Shook, Chris Warren, Roy larrett, Bill Wallace, Dee Turner, Ken Bonifay, Tommy Carmichael, Charles Rogers. FOURTH ROW: Chris Denney, Lew Heller, Larry Bell, Lamar Melvin, lim Penley, Harold Clifford, lim Kiltie, Al Gerhardt, Carlen Maddux, Charlie Mason, Larry Good, Tim Woodall, lim Gibson, lohn Collins, jerry Paul, Mike Ashmore. TOP ROW: Billy Schroer, lohn Lagana, David Barber, Frank Condor, jim Person, Doug Dale, Pat Cain, Galin Mumford, Bob Seamon, Bain Culton, Sonny Swain, lohn Duncan, Terry Story. 164 B5-" wk ! lr i-,Q - Q ,,, . --. il K ' " .Q rs '-gl K V . li 1 . .I H . .r r E117 xJ l' , I1 - -,f Wi i wi ,Y 21 Mfg' A , !', . W , Q.. ' n,, s J-, rf mind , P 5 V 2-vzfl 4 I 5 .-.I YQ W 4 ,gil je. D ,..Y,-.-l,W' I --44--. -JL,-M . R8- :4 f 1 . f"" Aww, 1 I K , v , N . v 19' v -' 1' .1 , , A ., . A :,5- , ggi Qty, ' Defense - Carson Style '-"Ux?r5 f . af, N., U. ., f .,f ' 14. 1 1 , . -.-L .f - 913'-451' ' A' r -Y ..1 5?-' 31,1 Yffa'-'V g- ,f A t .v 4' , F, , 4, , Q, c gg, A, . - -V ,s ., , , sl.: A. '18 'f P .' 1 -. V, ".. Q . 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It was a team that came from behind to win six of those nine, and it had a certain intangible something known for some twenty-two years as "Dodd luck" that helped win seven of those nine in the uproariously friendly confines of Grant Field. The new defensive coach Bud Carson installed the Tech Wrecker and made de- fense the deciding factor in five of those wins, and to add a touch of the spectacular, continued ABOVE: There's no hit and run when the Tech Recker slams a Greenie to the turf. RIGHT: The defense takes a look at itself on the A.A.'s latest innovation, the automatic, instant replay. 166 ul. rv " ' 5-it ' ' 'wl- Qff fv 1 'ef ' Nv- 5 in ,Z lv , v ,i 6' . ' qv .' 4' Y H, 52 N -, ,Nr ' .4 X n L -ai'-, X X 15: if f 4 - N Q. i D 'E A JM -nw SVI? if.. x -fx' .. ., ,. . x b F ' - ' as-Q, 'ji -'ghw , f W'-Ayn 5-:spa pl: .S ' -1 'VG 'I 4 --- Q., fqr.-Eagufffygyvu 3 ,il-"-is ' U K . , 's, s-C31 , A,, 1 S' :vga X .. 'Wm gg' .1 Q' 4 M lf.,- Q ' , 9' 45.55, P H I ,.3,v .. 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Many thought that these were the reasons for the finest season at Tech since 1956, but the final authority on Georgia Tech football, coach Robert Lee Dodd, had this to say: "This is the finest group of men l have ever coached. They have done so much more than I ever dreamed they could when the season began. And they have done it mainly on desire, for they don't have nearly the talent of many of Tech's other bowl teams. They have worked so hard all season that they have made coach- ing a pleasure for me and my staff," ln the opener at Grant field, a Texas AGM team that came to "suck up its guts" and win was humiliated at the hands of the continued ABOVE: This 66 yard touchdown effort by Sammy Burke ended in vain, as the play was called back for clipping. RIGHT: Giles Smith wrecks Tulanes chances for a touchdown with this 40 yard inter- ception that- ends on six point side of the goal line. auf' . - .- ' 1 ' M .- Z .' .nm so f" ' --In .gow ' M. --,W 0 'iff B ' X' '41-1235.1 . 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'v 1 .-' -K' ' 4 ' Af-if ', ' 1 .-,-- V XA ft' f ' . ' '. ' 'v' f.- ":'f f'-V - L ' ' K v ". Q git V' ,K : ' - . 4 K1 f-W , .. -'Lt ' L,,..v'.. I. -. 1 I . .l l - .. . M 1 'K - .. f A., 1 . "' - , .H .. .l' , Offense Unloads a Hot Pistol for 260 Points continued jackets 38-3 and left the field barely able to pick up its guts. A churning Lenny Snow chalked up three touchdowns, while the new defense under Coach Carson allowed the stumbling Aggies only 89 yards. The ASM victory made it number 400 in the win column for the Rambling Recks from Georgia Tech, who have now been in the football business for 74 years. A Then there was Vanderbilt - or was there? Snow ripped off two more six- pointers, Brown scored on a 69 yard return, Kicklighter intercepted a pass for a 31 yard touchdown, and Carsons Raiders yielded a measley 17 yards rushing, as the jackets obliterated the Commadores 42-O. Eventual ACC Champions, Clemson, came on strong, but the defense held, and Lenny Snow sprinted 40 yards in the final period to give Tech a touchdown and a narrow 13-12 victory. Down from the hills of Tennessee came the Volunteers and a half of Knoxville to view the nationally televised clash with an inspired jacket eleven. In the fourth quar- ter, with Tech leading 6-3 on Bunky Henryfs 41 yard field goal, the defense rose and W. l. Blane became the man of the hour when continued s..X ABOVE: All American Lenny Snow flashes the form that made him the leading ground gainer in the South this year. LEFT: Hard running Larry Good came through when the chips were down to replace injured Kim King, 11 . ,,., . N I I I J Y, 56? Q' " bz- ' Au ! - ' KS.-.kr A I. . 4 , ' . .z',v. Q- 5.8 r. xfi '-.V .. u ,.- 'f.. K 1 N . v i . I 'vi f I, ,, ,- K.. R m a , ' v 4 . . W . . x , Q V , ,I 4-, :V gf T. fiv- 'r .vu-. A fx. Q , '. B , G J.. AJ.. . .. - '1 ., - . ,H . , '- fn. N- -5 . 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Mud, rain and Auburn met the Rambling Wreck in Birmingham, but for the fifth straight week, the defense was outstanding. Haven Kicklighter blocked a punt, and jim- my Brown ran a punt back 59 yards for a touchdown to end the 17-3 mud bowl and put the jackets into the number six slot in the national rankings. Back at Grant Field, a Tulane eleven un- der new management gave the Yellow jack- ets a fight for their lives. But oh that Tech defense! What it did to ruin a ball game for the Greenies. With the score 21-'IO and Tu- lane on the jacket 7, Bill Eastman intercept- ed and raced 'IOO yards to paydirt. Two plays later Giles Smith hauled in another Tulane misfire and hustled 40 yards for a touchdown to make the final score 35-'I7 with Tech on the long end. continued TOP RIGHT A hopeful star lor next season lohn Sias adds six points to the scoreboard with this phenominal snag late in the second quarter of the Tulane game ABOVE W I Blane halted Tennessees bid for victory late in the fourth quarter when he picked oil this pass deep in we ' 137 ff ix J , 1 if , ,W . 'I f is . 'xx ff . 6A . :AK in l :X P 135: if 1. 913' Q 'Q .. 5 'Q - K, iii! yy: . ig ,P X Y 4 ,, 5 ' ' X U ww +5 'I ' f 44 A 1 I 1 X .N h . 1 , .fx . A 'Q' ' - I ,T A -D ' "Tr '.3f, ll, I' " ' ' ' 1 -' ' "fr-, ' , I Q . A, lay," 4,12 ng .. if M I ' X ,...W ' Q 1 ,,,- . 4 ' gl 4 h ' Trouble in the Orange Bowl It was Homecoming for Duke at Durham where the Rambling Wreck slaughtered the Blue Devils 48-7 and convinced the sports- writers that Georgia Tech was the number five team in the nation. With Larry Good at the reins to replace the injured Kim King, the jackets squeaked by a surprising Virginia team 14-13, and then in the Homecoming tilt Tech soundly whipped a much bigger Penn State squad 21-O to gain a much coveted invitation to the Orange Bowl. Over in Athens the ticket scalpers had Christmas early when the fifth ranked, Or- ange Bowl bound Yellow Iackets met the SEC Champion, Cotton Bowl bound Bull- dogs. A magnificent 96 yard touchdown drive made the score Tech 7, Georgia 6 in the second quarter, but then the roof fell in. The Bulldogs handed the jackets a 23-14 loss, and Tech was forced to finish as the eighth ranked team in the nation. Down in the Orange Bowl the jackets found nothing but old man trouble in the form of the Florida Gators who downed Tech 27-12, and thus ended the 9-2 season that no one dreamed possible in Septem- ber, save a Georgia Tech team that forgot how to quit long enough to do what peo- ple thought impossible-win nine games. 41524 ...di ans.4E.H' Q ,gn-.nw r Wd' Ni: "" A All They Had - All the Time Someone once said, "When the going gets tough, the tough get going. "These are the tough. These are the Tech players who gave all they had all the time. They asked no quarter and gave nothing in return. When the going got tough, it was Moorer or Breland with the block to spring a hard- charging Baynham or a hurdling Lenny Snow, or maybe it was Blane or Burke with a tackle to stop the big first down. Or pos- sibly it was Smith or Edmunds blitzing to nail a back behind the line. For speed and strength, these men weren't much different from the other players, but they possessed that certain something known as attitude, that quality that makes up about 80M of a good football player. Without these men and their attitudes, Tech would have been without the big play that it takes to win the big game, but with them Tech was the eighth finest football team in the nation. 7 Q? fi x lun-an RIGHT: For his outstanding effort and performance, tackle Bill Moorer was named a Georgia Tech Cap- tain in seven of eleven games. BELOW: Hero worship and a honey are the rewards for Valdosta- reared Giles Smith, who was all football, all season 'E' by 1 v0 . f rf' 7 Y' 9 an sfifs N 4 we um. " , . I 1 f f I 4 g " 'E . ' A gg ' Pxfshl , I - K X 'I ' , , 1 wi xb V. ,, 11 . vs t ?' 6 A 4 ,ef I 3 . gg , A 4, w. Q -ff ."' A f '- 1 ily-27 .fil--.f w,3tL.,.vv'A:5,,jixi'5v . Z-L' K...'..i',.,,.,, ,,. 11 -f-mv R. K ,. b. Y- L.. -37, " I I ww. :'1'u .:i.:f x 4 xv I wf, if -.1 V . F 79 11 i flif: I' vi' ' 4, I N ML. wigs if "VI 1-inf -xp XF' hx-an: f . . A A Q, mfr? .1 ,A All-Americans Old and New What makes an All-American Back? It has been said that it takes a fanatic in the pressbox and seven good linemen, but the two backs pictured here have far more than publicity to show for themselves. In 1928 and 29, Bobby Dodd quarterbacked the Neyland-coached Tennessee teams that went undefeated those two years. In 1930, Coach Dodd was named to the Grantland Rice All-American team, and in 1961, his name entered the hallowed roles of the National Football Hall of Fame. Thirty-six years later, playing a slashing tailback for Georgia Tech, Lenny Snow gained 761 yards to lead the entire South in rushing and be named to the Football Writers All- American team. Before the season started, no one expect- ed lim Breland to be an All-American, save an inspiringly determined lim Breland. No one made the big noise in the press box for him, but he did so much on his own ability, that five of the six recognized All-American teams named lim Breland as their center. ABOVE: An elated Coach Dodd reflects his feelings at the 6-3 defeat of rugged Tennessee, where he won lame and glory lor the Volunteers as an All- American some thirty-six years ago. TOP: The flash ol a camera and soltaspoken wife named Cenevive await the all-time Georgia Tech single season rush- ing leader, Lenny Snow, as he leaves the field. RIGHT: A determined, awe-inspiring lim Brelanrl leaves the huddle dedicated to obliterating somr' lacket opposition. Freshmen Can't Go f W . Disappointment characterized the fresh- man season as the Baby Jackets turned in a 1-4 record. This record could have been the result of an overload of backs in that when the team reported in this fall, there were 29 backs and only 11 linemen. After starting the season by losing to Mi- ami and Tennessee, the team finally showed its potential against Clemson in the first home game, 35-13. The heart-breaker of the season came against FSU. as the lackets lost 32-29 on a trick kick-off return with less than a minute to go. The season's final hope for redemption faded as Georgia was victorious 19-6. ABOVE: loe Bill Faith, one of nine quarterbacks on the freshman squad, lets fly. LEFT: Tech defense stops the Bulldogs in the Thanksgiving Day Fresh- man Classic before .3 record crowd of 46,000 Saga' :t , img? FRONT ROW: john Mauldin, Chris Conlin, Cary Steele, Steve Lindsey, Mark Muecke, Chris Mitchell, Pat Killimett, Collier Beall, Billy Mikler, lim Luck, Lyle Martin, joe Vitunic. SECOND ROW: Bob Oenbrink, Wayne New, Mike Bradley, Rick Wolfe, Lang Woody, Larry Williams, Rick Schirm, lim Hertenstein, Ron Zawoysky, Eddie Douglas, Todd Woodall, Al Hackney, Bill Teague. THIRD ROW: Roger Struble, Tory Herring, Chuck War- rington, lim Holland, David LeCroy, Greg Wilkes, Steve Kilby, Mike Scanlon, loe Bill Faith, Bill Pritchard, jimmy Asip, Mike Lunsford, Robert Strom. TOP ROW: lim Harris, Kenny Bounds, Billy Hooks, Chris Ramsey, Richard Fortier, Frosty- Davis, Terry Ciltner, Steve DeBardelaben, Percy Hilmer, Hubert Deaton, Vern Thortsen. 179 Basketball: Most Exciting Team Since 1960 Despite a five game losing streak at the beginning ofthe season, the 1966-1967 bas- ketball team managed to pull itself together to produce a winning season that savv Georgia Tech beating the nation's number 2 team, North Carolina, 82-80, and beating Georgia in the last tvvo meetings of the season, Coach Whack Hyder's starting five were Pres Judy, Pete Thorne, Phil Wagner, Stan Guth, and Ted Tomasovich, but clue to Guth's thigh injury in the Mercer game, Hyder had to go to the bench often. He got excellent support there from Dave Clark, Bob Brizendine, and Charlie Kenney. lt was Bob Brizendine who came in for Pres Judy in the North Carolina game to score the last three points to beat North Carolina. The team had its high spots, but also its low spots. For instance, after beating North Carolina, Georgia, and Notre Dame, the team had its eyes on the NIT and NCAA tournaments. But a trip to New Orleans continued 'if' M065 3 1 Tech Opponent 87 70 SMU 87 Rice 61 87 Georgia 89 93 Brown 75 78 Auburn 76 101 Michigan 70 72 UCLA 91 71 Illinois 83 55 Clemson 76 91 Tulane 99 68 Furman 69 102 N. C. State 85 84 Ohio State 73 79 Georgia 53 88 Clemson 77 75 FSU 68 91 Mercer 57 48 Tennessee 59 102 Notre Dame 87 81 jacksonville 71 82 North Carolina 80 87 Georgia 79 71 Tulane 74 61 N. C. State 65 102 FSU 84 90 Miami 84 FAR ABOVE LEFT: Dave Clark helps Pres lucly work out a pulled leg muscle in the North Carolina game. FAR LEFT: Stan Guth brings the ball upcourt as full house looks on. ABOVE: Coach Whack Hyder gives Pete Thorne some l85f fl'lll'7UfE' ll'lSlffUCfIOl75. 181 J l Tech Holds Own Against Number One... continued against Tulane ended these dreams as Tu- lane downed Tech. Another big highlight was the team's trip to the Los Angeles Clas- sic Tournament and the opportunity to play the nation's number 1 team, UCLA. Al- though Tech lost, Whack Hycler's five did well against Lew Alcindor and the other UCLA Bmuns It was a year of broken records as the team broke and set more records than any other previous Tech team. Tech as a team shot 49.496 from the field, bettering last yearfs record of 44.42. The 863 goals made also set a Tech record, as did the 82.1 points per game average. Phil Wagner also set a field goal percentage record of 56472. Good things are in forecast for Tech bas- ketball. The team will graduate only Pres ludy, Charlie Kenney, and Wes Field. And several good prospects can be found among the ranks of the rising sophomores, ' including two 6'7" boys, Alan Tison and Bob Seemer. 3 Q XECI. 182 -:nc 1201 so' FAR ABOVE: Pele Thorne hatlles two Clemson players lor the rebound. ABOVE: Front Row: Ted Tomasovich, Pres lucly, lohn Partin, Wes Field, Pete Thorne, Dave Clark, Richie Wright, Back Row: Rick Tyler, Bob Brizencline, Charlie Kenney, Phil Wagner, Newt Holloway, Manager Louis Funkenstein, Terry Aiken, Tom Bowling, Ray Riclenour, Stan Culh, Coach Whack Hyder. 'dir Q' U x IJ 5 Q, :iw I ,NLQHEQ ECC' 'ff "iEgi??'3J3EiSif2'':,iXLP'S5,y Wg. 7 ,wg -335,-fw,3'!:1ac.:' iw -' t A., Q mv .3,, - v,.-,,ff,1::f-:lf-V-:Af 1,519 4x5g1g313,1f - ',.:+5p5,',y ' 'gin-'joggawr J-,gp-:-51-, ,QEMQQ F5 E9 4 'I X .vw wmv., , -,,.f atb.. . A - -- my 3-an-f'Jp?wz+Ifgs.:-ziM?5: yr-eiimf' .. Q: 57122: :fi in ,Q .qw3?y:.Ng .'w.+5,w-f,:' J .1 s :?i".a' '.-224' f: , -K'5'sz3f:4.1x.'ff"!2' NSW. 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X Q-vu , V 'T . i..--, L' A 1, , ' N N av V3 -. - - -A t ci.: . ' ' Q i"' . 5 X , A - . .Lf ' T' " r ' LEFT: Phil Wagner attempts to score against Notre Dame. ABOVE: A good crowd is on hand as Tech beats Clem- son in the Coliseum. RIGHT: Always a crowd favorite, Wes Field is seen as he scores against Florida State. Baseball: Slow Start, Strong Finish Eighth in the nation in 1964 and pre- ranked fifth in the nation last year, the baseball team fell short of expectations last year. The team got off to a bad start be- tween winter and spring quarters losing 6 while winning only 1 in Florida. Before the season was over, the Engineers had im- proved this to compile a 14-16 record. One of the highlights of the season vvas Tech's vvin over fourth ranked Auburn at Auburn, the first time in 5 years. Bud Moore pitched this game and repeated again later in the year against Auburn. The winningest pitcher on the staff was jerry Priestley with a 4-1 record and an ERA of 1.71. Randy Carroll, Tech's All-American second baseman, led the team for the sec- ond straight year in batting. VV. 1. Blane led in RBI's for the second straight year, and also set a team record with 9 doubles. LEFT: Senior lerry Priestley displays the form that won more games for Tech than any other pitcher. FAR LEFT: Shortstop Ken Bonilay strains to reach first base against Georgia. N N v- N L ,X 'Av . 4, ' V - . . A X . ,P ,' 'Q hx V ' . , , - Q s 1 , U, . v- . x . . ' - ., ' ' - '---..- -. -- A. "' . - .. -- g - t . .. ' ,. 2- a A 1 YM, '- -t,,, . - s V N -A .y :.- 4 : 2 .N-4, .itz Nt. .A 'Q Qu X N..-' if :Zi A. ,T- - , Aix HV- 18.7, Why: E, Q. -s'.awflff-- xftif-ari?-'iagfxwiilmtitg : : l ' ' 9 . l . , 1 . f- f. - r hull fl QR I LEFT: While blocking the base from the opposing runner, All- American second baseman Randy Carroll completes the double , gy , play. ABOVE: Donnie Noggle and VV. I. Blane are in position in case of trouble, but Randy Carroll seems to have everything under control. : +.'iz':Z4,:- Tech 1 Valdosta State 2 Valdosta State 2 Valdosta State 1 Rollins ,sl. 0 R0lli'1S , 6 Florida Southern 3 Florida Southern Q ff f 11 Milligan 3 'Y :gn-Stzitin--f-"E, - Q - - f A . . -' ,. ,- T ei. 5 eorg a .1 V-f 6 Furman -It '45 ,..5t f , r. 6, ,bt '. . . sbr I ,U . A 'A 0 North Carolina . H 1 QM by ,r,, 4 ,A 11 Georgia 'f , .r 29 f fi 6 Notre Dame P ,. 9 Notre Dame 'VM 'V' Xt ff 9 Clemson '5"' 8 Auburn . I. is X. ,. I 3 Mercer .. , . 1 1 M A 2 Georgia ' L 5 a .Q , 2 Memphis State ' '4-' A 2 Memphis State A 1' ,. - 2 West Georgia ' - , 7 Mercer f , , - 1 Miami , " X 5-5 b 5 Miami ,' 0 Auburn 1. ,...t- ' ff f"g11.f5:'P-ifwfr f' -4"""'1 uns'-' 13 Auburn A X T M , 1, 3 4 Clemson w ' ' --L 10 Berry ,, ff---0 ..t:::'::'....'-':..."':.-.: fill!!! ......:.-...- ----1 ,-3-1-"-- ----gl I H j- -------'------- """"' g----'----- . 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SECOND ROW Steve Wee man, Butch Crook, Glenn Rea, lerry Priestley, Randy Carroll, Coach jim Luck, Lou Walker, Larry Zimmer, Ted Tomasovich TOP ROW Manager Bob Moylan, lim Robinson, Bud Moore, Larry Peek, Roy larrett, W. I. Blane, Pete Caldwell CCaptarnJ Donnie Noggle Larre Entrekin, Al Dickinson, and Sam Hammett CManagerJ. 1 . n'fr:i3ea:f4r.fr 4 , . 5 . J BilSEb2llI QCONTINUEDJ - n I. "J-J K ' h L, A I' ' '-F". an . fix -- Ms.. ..,s- ,., . - N, . ,. Q . -..Q --. ...A ABOVE LEFT: As the scoreboard shows, Ai Dickinson has just hit an eighth inning tie breaking home run, and his teammates wait at the plate to congratulate him. LEFT: As AI Dickenson bounces across the plate, Coach Luck puts the brakes on the other' base runners. ABOVE: Wrists cocked, feet set, and eye on ball, Larry Peek is seen as he prepares to go after the pitch. 111 LEFT: Setting a new school rec- ord last year in the javelin throw, Rod Parker came through for the track team many times last year. Ljcikt -9-- t LEFT: Lamar Wright, Craig Baynham and lack Middlebrooks carry Coach Fowlkes off the field after one of the team's 5 wins. ABOVE: Perfection is achieved only after long hours of practice. lt was this constant practice and conditioning that allowed john Battle to go undefeated last year. Track: Best Since 1949 The 1966 Tech Thinclads exceeded all preseason expectations by posting a 5-2 mark. This represents the best track record since 1949. The jackets stood out in all phases of track and field. On the oval, Craig Bayn- ham, team captain, ran the 100 and 220 yard dashes. Tommy Elliot, one of the fast- est quarter milers in the South, won first place in all seven meets, one with a 48.1 second clocking for the 440. Possibly the most serious loss to gradua- tion from the '66 squad was lim Erckmann, who was undefeated in the 120 and 440 yard hurdles. john Battle, also undefeated, was lost to graduation, but Lamar Wright is ready to fill the vacancy. Lamar has consist- ently placed second in shot putting behind Battle, and is also the team's leading disc thrower. Next season, Coach Fowlkes looks for- ward to an even stronger team with the addition of freshman sensation Chris Purvis, who has run a 4121.6 mile and a 1:59 half-mile. Track KCONTINUEDJ Tech Furman . . . . . 68 77 Vanderbilt .... . . 95 49 9 East Tennessee .... 76 69 South Carolina .... 84 61 Auburn ...... . . 66V2 78V2 Georgia . . . . 83 62 Miami . . . . . . 83 62 RIGHT: Tommy Elliot, who won first in the quarter mile in all 7 meets last yeai, finishes another race. BELOW: Uncleleatecl in the hurdles, lim Erckmann is seen in a close race against Auburn, RIGHT: lim Erclxmann and team captain Craig Baynham have things well under control as Baynham heads into the home stretch. .si aL. -iv r-.fn-m1v"""' RlGHT: Chris Denny exerts that extra little effort as he cornpete5 in the broad jump event. BE- LOW: While winning 5 meet5 for Tech last year, Charlie Mason al5o set a Tech high jump record. KJV ' ,...fvv'r"""""""""""'t 1 ff. - . , qv., . .. , , Y ..V, .,., -.f'.r-f-,I-1-.N 'Y x 1. A.. -A H1 ,4..,,, , -. , - . ' "'r"1f 'h ' rl t '. - , ' .,. . 'l.'f?!4'2fUi'J,x9O'q1.,,.'x ,t -.D htm ,ku A A lf. 4.4.-jg-wha.. , ' '1j'- ,5 ' I fl ff-,-gaf 2--:Lt A ' ' 52' 'A "" " ' " ' 5' :f'iffff:f".-f-1'f'if5ga- Yl , 'at X f f. .iff--' 'off-.i'5g1'fKf4!f.i 9:51 ' , K , , -' ' cf H+ 1'-ijisjft 'Sl 'f ii ' l .- H ia: ' 'P NM '. 2 HP.. "fi ' i , , X r'---1 - " 45 - 'Ar 1-gliefftu l-'J .fylx V' q I '--we Wei fi , -01' I , M A x -,':.n-Tous., 8 'V . ..--'Gut -- a' .. i Q , ,ca . -Q, . Q., "fn" ali "Af "L'2r"'rCvg':l?Tl . ,gt x .Q-S v?',..,: N - le: . H -J ' 9'-'v . '- l- '1.P,g, D. y. N., 1: , rl --.1,,7'fg:'-N -QQ-:QQ --. .LQ .. H- --A xxx --A .NTI ..H ' . ,,t.,,v 'lat-1.fL3s.f WI- 5. Y" L 'lx L, . I '31 :.,:f'5'-ma. - 2. si' i V .-r' "' Yu: ,Y H ' ' . 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U- 'S t 4.0 .-nt' 'sb u gn' my-4 za,-it-f..f2-New .. new-1!': ..-..... , Cross Country: Purvis Sets Records Following the example of captain Chris Purvis, Coach George C. Griffin's 1966 Cross Country team rallied to an impressive season's record. Berry College, Clemson, South Carolina, Georgia, and Georgia State were all outpaced hy Tech while only Au- burn, Florida State, and Furman managed to surpass Tech's distance runners. ln addi- tion Coach Griltin's group won the State Championship and also placed sixth in the NCAA regional meet. With a total of six meets won and four lost, the 1966 Cross Country squad boasted a winning season. ABOVE RIGHT Chris Purvis paces himself toward another Tech victory. ABOVE: Members of the Ga. Tech Cross Country team work until late in the day preparing for the next meet. RIGHT: The 7966 squad: Front Row: George Stewart, Ogden Gerald, Dave Hyatt, Chris Purvis tCaptain1, Gary Mische, Fred Von Hermann, Wooclie Spivey, Back Row: George C. Grillin tCoachl, Tom Ballentine, Mike Fedor, Mike Mears, Steve Poulsen, Don Hyatt, and lohn Mulclerig tManagerJ. 7 I bb 'EQ' TEL' N .TEC .TED - a, tt- 'f . gt 'W 9 Q' ffl +A f my . V V dgrrcg ' ' " 5!,.TIfz,' G5-T565 i wmcou 'l pmt-1 fm maui , Soccer: Hosts Own Tournament The Georgia Tech Soccer Club finally found a financial supporter, the Alumni As- sociation, and was able to hold the Atlanta Invitational Soccer Tournament which was won by LSU. Formed only five years ago without financial aid, school support, or a coach, the club has done very well against well-organized teams. Led by captain Felipe Van der Latt and their first coach, Minor Crowl, the team came through with its fifth straight winning season. LEFT: Fancy iootwork is of utmost importance in the game of soccer. BELOW: Sergio Molina is on the ground Ln a desperate attempt to block another point by LSU. FAR BELOW: julio Rosselli scores one of the two points against LSU .3 . Mini X.. 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Pond won an opportunity to wrestle in the NCAA Championships held over the spring holidays. 'iixfm - -.-X , 'fu ws' 523, -. " ' .J ,sit .V I g f FAR LEFT: lason Bixler 5et5 up opponent for a takedown. FAR ABOVE: Crawford Ward works for a pin. LEFT: lim Pond counters a takedown attempt with a whizzer. ABOVE: FRONT ROW: Manager joel Boss, lack Banbury, Bobby Moran, Paul May, Steve Kelley. BACK ROW: Bobby Tolar, Bob Brehm, Allen Yates, Crawford Ward, jim Pond, Coach Lowell Lange. --1-uw......,.,q 197 Gym Team Faced With Poor Student Support Despite a losing season and poor student support, the gym season did have its high- lights. Some of these were the victory over Florida and Charlie Monnot's continuous good showings. lvlonnot, high point man for the team, performed tricks in free exer- cise and on the trampoline and the long horse. Larry Colleen and Mark Rogers were other top point makers for Coach Lyle Wel- ser's gymnasts. Coach Welser has said that student sup- port is poor and that with a little support the team would have had theincentive to have done better. With more support next year, Coach Welser is confident of improv- ing on this year's record. l ABOVE RIGHT: Larry Colleen dis- plays the muscles and the form necessary for competition in gym events. ABOVE: Bill Jacobs per- forms trick on the long horse. RIGHT: Front Row: Harry Schwab, Larry Rice, Olie Bobbitt, Charlie Monnot, Larry Colleen, Bill lacobs, Coach Lyle Welserg Back Row: Tom Furlow, David Wach- tel, Danny Shypula, lack Brown, Mark Rogers. ilvof. ' v 'f sv- - iz' K li, u N? ,Qc K. U if T0 i in t 4 J' is .9 i x Sie A Swimming: Strong Finish Produces Winning Season 490: .Fi : -.,.. W , .. -,. 14. . as- fe L 4? W1 H7 , .. . , A . Q U ia.. 4' -7' mer: Q.-1 f .,., Despite six straight defeats at the begin- ning of the season, the Tech Tankmen man- aged to bounce back to produce a winning season for Coach Herb McAuIey in his sec- ond year as swimming coach. Led by team captain George Fauerbach,fjohn Burrows, and David Burrows, the swimming team snapped a six meet losing streak by defeat- ing Clemson, and then won five of their next six meets. Together, unrelated lohn and David Burrows managed to break just about every Tech swimming record that ever existed. Other top point makers for the team were lack Derrick, Dave Mc- Gillivray, and Lee Cannon. ABOVE: Lee Cannon demonstrates the form neces- sary lor competition in the backstroke events. LEFT: Dave McCillivray wins first place in the ZOO yard individual medley. LOWER LEFT: john Burrows is well on the way to another victory in the free- style event. 9 :kia -, k 'rgkvfgw 'ravi 4- AQ1 ff 5.4.94 ' ... a k ' f "wi, . X'-S! -' ' 'rw il., ' "' wgg, I 200 Tennis: A 16-2 Season Of the different teams participating in spring sports, Coach jack Rogers' tennis team was by far the most successful. Led by Walter johnson, the number one college tennis player in the state of Georgia, this year's team compiled a 16-2 record. One ofthe true highlights of the season was the Georgia State Intercollegiate Tennis Tournament as Tech placed first and sec- ond in the singles and second place in the doubles. The entire team is to be corn- mended for the fine record, as many times Walter johnson and john Lawrence were unable to play because ofa back injury and an infected foot, respectively. With the loss to graduation of Paul Speicher, Walter johnson, and jerry Kirk, Coach Rogers will be expecting help from the sophomores. I Paul Speicher and Walter johnson shake hands with opponents after winning another doubles match for Tech. fir -g N ABOVE: Walter johnson personifies "the college try" as he does a one-hand stand and flings his racquet at the ball in the NCAA National Tennis Championships. RIGHT: Paul Speicher prepares to deliver one of his deadly serves on his way to another victory. ,X , o - 1 ..': 7 ' 1 X Y , -. , . JI, 6 s ff z., f . , " K QQ... g ug ' , ,N 3 " --L. 4 . K ,L 1 Q 3 r i I t. . f i I Y 4-' 'A . ., ,Rf in , X J' J. 1 X. 1 Q.: N I - I wa V , ,M M, Vl- .xiw " ' ,fri-fv-u ,x :f"f,' . . a..x'1' kt' K A "' , X . ug. ', A ' 1, , . X f . , ,Zi V - . f f"" ' I - jg, .-' . , - .K -, , J , ' T -v ' , .J ,J- . ,' Q 1 .4 ,v,. :S . nv . I .al ,- l .14 . I I u 5-x gl . .951 . - 4 fir ' ff, 'anew' cp- 1 V Q su S L A ' X 1 - ' , iq 5. FY Q ' I ' ':,.g.a:,,Q-,.,x ,,,.,4v -11 Qs. .W W4 - I 4-Pm, 41.15 44 ,,,N,4, Xa ,, ,w .- 1 .-uk, ,V 'Aff ,, ,,,ffj,. '4 ,v..Q"': : 4 1,55 A, 1: 2+ a, F' , nr V ,gl msg? 'H if sf -bflglir il ' 21 ' ny 1, fi- -.QQ , 131,33 ffg wf "w i -' .JM .,., , , 3 Q4- . 4,1 1 2. N?'?f'f.,, ,,f f Fifi-L 1 jg, ,' Bj'3fw+T'4f'," fl 0 Wm Q6 '-1-. Y - El- r ,L gg 3-Q E? cg .. JZ gf, ' ,g K' " fi -5 Lgxtizw' - 1316 ziiggfsil .ww-..,v,T,, ug xmvgfyfy . 44 4 Q ' ' 'ffl Au' 4, '5'i"'TffQiv4.1f' ,,- fm ff- f ,girl .-Q1-1'Y.Q -1: f-7 211-4 "uf vw -wa, ,,. .j,A1-mgjggxf ,Q .3 Q .girl ,Q . I ' f.-L . AQ? ,g'1w,Q gg: ' K U , wffgrgrl '11-, fx v X xp iffy"-ffT'."-ff 'L 176,21 . ' -f uv, ,Y '-mf T. , Q 1 ,j',-Vw" I AN, """ '- ,. . .-V V ORGAN ZATIONS Publications Student Clubs Honoraries 203 1 ,-v, -'F Q, "V4v.4b A. . , ' x-'.P1.v:v,.H:- .- V--v-ww , Gm' M 2. Q rv.-sf Qrrvrrrn-A-yy-f-.,,,.h N ,,- 2 -15 ,g r f' Y I 1. u ,A 1 wa, , fm, 3 M-ewevwrv 4314? ' ' ' 45:-rr ' .711 . -. -,ig -5 , k .f ,-T. 1 --" 1 ' Q 2 gc. t L . I X1 5 , 4 4n1l?'i'W?'??'f?'?W3???F?? -. ' " Q! 5 ' FSM- - Q Q Agn A ,fb Wx 'X . 5 'Q f:'22'1'Lf, H.. : -, 35 xx . . Awf? I 1. N gl, N , 5563" ft N - x . . 5? .As1, ."' . P .Q W - . gg i, C. pg-v . "' Student Council Improves Football Seating The Student Council under the leader- ship of president Doc Outland moved si- lently, but swiftly, to accomplish its some- times nebulous, but important duties. With football seating one of the Tech student's major gripes, the Student Council managed to soften his voice with the approval of their proposed seating policy by the hard nosed Athletic Association. This new plan allows for 1500 date tickets to be allotted with the juniors having first privileges, and alumni graduate students were moved to occupy upper stands with the elite seniors. Other major programs which began to ap- proach reality were the overall insurance plan for students and the proposed FM ra- dio station VVREK, which has been en- thusiastically supported by the Council. Shortly previous to the election of next year's officers, the student body became unexpectedly aware of and interested in its representative body. A prospective candi- date openly charged the Council with "ineffective leadership" in the TECH- NIQUE. But before Doc Outland had a chance for a rebuttal, the Student Council members mustered to completely suppress the attackers, and the entire episode was written off as a poor campaign stunt. Q -rgi Competition With Other Colleges ,. -3--re , Q YV A.. S Z A -L 2 ABOVE: Student Activities Night, an- other service of the Student Council. ABOVE RIGHT: Swep Davis, Vice Pres- ident. RIGHT: Susan Clemmons, first Co-ed to run for Student Body officer. FAR RIGHT: Doc Outland, President, addresses Alumni during Homecoming festivities. Student COUTICII ICONTINUEDI X I I-1' f 4 I xv 3, t sw , . , an v. 1 REPRESENTATIVES Doc Outland President Swep Davis Vice President Tim O'Shea Secretary Billy Adams Chip Akridge Doug Barlow Tom Battle Ken Best W. 1. Blane Clint Bolte Lee Cannon George Carmichael johnny Carter Saxby Chaplin loel Chasteen Susan Clernmons Paul Conte Bruce Cook joe Cooper Doug Craig Dick Crouch Terry Dunham Bill Eastman Paul Ellis Paul Faletti lohn Gill jerry Goff loe Greenberg lohn Haeger Theo Harness Anthony Hunt Tommy lsaac loe luban Tom King Frank Nix Lewis Patterson Dee Peterson Bill Poland Mike Sappington Dick Sellers Sam Smith Chick Sparrow lim Stallings Lee Alan Tougas Ron Turner Gary Turnley lohnny Warren Steve West Dennis Williams Sam Williams lohn Wright Larry Wyonr - K. ' gg. ' 3' -.-' Q51 '- U V A '-' ,K wk I, Q 53 2: . - 5 r 5 Nw Q: -qu-r iifirt-1.2.- . .4C' in -:T:"'1'71'47 N - 'A ,A- 'L X -A 1,--.Q , Sp, Q 1 Vx. i b H A I 208 ABOVE: ffm Olrvwp idrlof. ABOVF RIGHT: Romw- Oglvtrpff, Associate' Editor. FAR RIGHT: Dulovv Burrell Photo Editor, RIGHT: Ridmrd Huw, Fralcrnftws Editor. . . .4 t A. Y f 'Xie 1 Q .i. , ea., . .Lg BLUEPRINT: All-American In '66 Upon. returning to Tech this fall, the BLUEPRINT 1967 staff was faced with even a greater challenge, for the BLUEPRINT 1966 received an All-American rating by the Associated Collegiate Press. Fortunately a large percentage of last year's staff returned including three of the top four men. lim Oliver moved up from Art Director to Edi- tor, Tom Williams began his second year as Business Manager, and award-winning pho- tographer Deloye Burrell handled the pho- tography again. The staff was faced with two major changes: first, strenuous dead- lines were established which seemed al- most impossible, and second, for the first time in 28 years, a change in publishers was made with the contract going to Taylor Publishing Company of Dallas, Texas. For a heart-warming Editor's comment on the production of BLUEPRINT 1967 please refer to page 527. ul' ABOVE: Rich Cook, Editor, A Year on the Hill. TOP: David Driskell, Managing Editor. 9 BLUEPRINT CONTINUED E ,V SX at :it E, abs B I 5 5. tvihivhr K, 1 me 'fi - ,fi 25 1, ' r Q ' i J. E i . ."".t .'Q I c 1 1 ,act , , 'url' r ' , -vi. .1 2 it li i'.'52xi KA ilii at ,xi www 'V'5ix',3X 'ltatfxt KEQ' T 5' 'tg ii X I. 1 Q Q Q x will 2 irffflggy, ' QUN' v .X tx N WW-m !su....L.- LEFT: Fred Hedrick, Academics Editor and Tom Fletcher, Assistant. TOP LEFT: David Crockard, Sports Co-Editor. TOP: john Keys, Assistant Frater- nities Editor. ABOVE: lohn Owen, Assistant Photo Editor. , 1 I U Sl 1 I ls RIGHT: Mike Hinson, Honoraries Ecl- itor. BELOW: Rusty Rheams, Organiza- tions Editor. BOTTOM: Dan Tarking- ton, Sports Co-Editor. I ' f. .dv iw ' , , 'ff fi K4 fav' 1 1 ' 14 N 1 5 x 1 V ,XXX 40, ,I if-Q Q, v 'f 4 5 V 1 .L .- . , k. ' .fiffli ' fa 1' ' . ll, 3-2' 'L .K 5 . x 7' VS' ,al LEFT: john Gill, Editor. ABOVE: David Toal, Associate Editor. TOP LEFT: Phil Cook, Managing Editor. TOP RIGHT: Bill lVlcCinty, Features Editor. ABOVE: Neal Gilchrist, Photo Editor. RIGHT: loo We5l0y, Copy Eclftm 'ini S ...al 1 lik P23 J, Wff' . X x ,W ' xi.-f:N?54, Mx..-. V N N 1:-:X ,-fixwgf: rkgg QQ. -5-1 -5 -f. I AW-1.SQ X -A P' ,, ,ri X pg 'E ' ' Y 'X iM . .Q Vx. 2 ' Q xv ""P,.m- -xv Mali' "V . , 4 - .- , A y - f 3 , "'P21,-:iii-. f"':'.s' x,a..E,, ,,,,.,,g:,M5-Y.. " hQ'ru'E.?:7--- .. P411 '- N- ., f V - A H iwmQ7+?xit,MA: .,4 Y I 1 . lp. v, ,..4, , v' Q ., A- . MV' V. - -Ml. '-4.54 vi Y .,g . . 1 ' , "2 L-, tx 1 JN 1 4 I A mx... M 5 'Q fi 4 v JN. xiii. A vat' bus- Ea, ' A '57 , J ir' I 6, 5-'FWS-1 sig:-1. ' Lztffikf- . H'-:fri - Sl y """'i.2 LEFT: Van johnson, Editor. BELOW Buddy Sharpton, Staff Artist. BOT- TOM: Charlie Huey, Managing Editor 6. l l RAMBLER Riots Would you believe riots at Tech? Well, it's hard to conceive, but the RAMBLER did it. The RAMBLER, Tech's humor magazine, noted for its ability to create controversy lmainly between the staff and administra- tioni, managed to turn Tech into a Berkeley of the Southeast. However, this was purely accidental las always? as the RAMBLER was attempting to initiate an orderly method of circulating one copy per student. The situa- tion quickly got out of control as the crowd grew larger, until Dean Nichols had to throw RAMBLERS into the mob as he bravely defended the Dean of Students Building from total destruction. Van johnson, Editor, continued the poli- cy of using only original material by cagely rounding up a record number of thirty- seven warped minds from which to select his staff. With slaps at anything from co-eds to governors and jokes that walked the tight-rope censor line, the RAMBLER man- aged to last another year and provide a magazine sincerely appreciated by Tech's rare breed. J l i 5 i v. X "Eli V 5- ,i , - sz ,N D . X X 5, 1.-1 LEFT: Ronald johns, Business Manager. BELOW: Charlie Brown, Associate Editor. 4 .f'-A.-fmmf.m,,5..4-.ws-,ve .. N + , . . ,V ,- -. sxw l- M mA ha- frizxl K ABOVE: Bill Childress, Photo Editor. RIGHT: Steve Montgomery, Staff Artist. MY ENGINEER: IM's Link Tech With Industry One of the Tech student's links with the engineering profession is the ENGINEER, a semi-technical publication. While it might be supposed that such a publication would be edited by some of Tech's many future scientists and engineers, this year's staff was predominantly composed of Industrial Management students. This has, however, led to an emphasis upon the correlation of engineering and human needs, something we sometimes tend not to emphasize. Top staff members this year were Sandy Sands, Editor, Tom Almon, Business Manager, and Dicky Wrenn, Associate Editor. Improved quality has resulted from the return of the majority of last year's staff. V ' rf-5. ' I We off: 1 E l T A i K I 1 ABOVE: Bob McFarland, Editorial As- sistant. LEFT: Mike Caldwell, Editorial Assistant. LEFT: Diclcy Wrenn, Associate Editor. FAR LEFT: Sandy Sands, Editor. KBELOW: Howard Wells, Editorial Assistant N Q ' -15 5. f f . V, 4. 'g wg, v 13' Q 3 gf .rf f. fx ' u 0 N .-1 pw, MW-I?" awk 1 -5 1 ,W - - ' X I Y--Ifzx A x I N N ' ,Q-v, 5 ' 6 Af 4 4 1 , I V' ,- ' A ' v A 7' 'al 'I ' , I ' - My , P I a x x Q ' l Egrfkx - '?-- -4 - 4: fi , r I K x'g.xfff:s'1'g' g?ig2'f'Q3 , ' ' 'W 5-1? 4 Pg.: ," fa, A., rw. ., Tfiux'-PV' . 1-r'9if?3l ff' wwf- A .4 -1. K ,fl 'Q' .NT ' .Q w ' N- if ' : , K f wr: 4 I X 1 .M.,, Vx, X ..' X-.. nw x x K ,135 2 , A ,,,4.,.l , N- - .. 3 'ar Q- - AIA' K. . , f , -2 3. ' K 'xzu Q .918---5 E -QL.- , '52 'e f 1 A nzpmi . . 4, .V ., .JH 'T' ,- -g .,,.-K: Hum mx, wsu. vnu - "nn,- .gms ,la n v Y' iv w.. , . x ,V-A '-. U , ' ,A ' , I V tg, M In ,. '.- -Lf :A-jji Q g -' -,.',, 0 'Q "F: ,' I-: lin ffl-1 'L'-' . ".-'if 1 ,' ., W, f-f,4N,- f.-,',,, - J 1-, ,- N5 -,..., . Q Y g,',,:.,,,,,.,.,1.. ur ,h ,.V4 ,,,,. I.,--,. ,R I F-,A ..J, YI- ' ,, v.. fl-" Y, V' 1 ' 114 , , . ,1 , --Q A ' -' .': Ji, sr ,V fr,-LV.', 1-4. ,E k h , '-'f1A",,':w,'.' If:.Hg-1.1 5 . f' . I A A, :,, L., I. ,I 3 .4 5 11',M,L1' 3',.'f,f1. ,,.' ,VW . ' Qui., U I 'X f'-' ' -1":'5-2f,'1.-,- 'TC -2 x .. 3 Q- QW' ',-..,.- ,Sf-',-.1--'j' -,, .i 3, Qgfg A x . 5 ,. -f..-' - 5---,1 A - .. ,wr .,. ' .,..'44,'l..l.g:r.-v,,..4.,.,. X--riwx: ,xA . -' ' - Y ff' '-1 '3-'1f.'f2.f- ' ," 'v '.'. va ,r 24.-1: '-f fa- E," .Eff -' --p.-S ' ,,e.,- kind. 44.3 ul ,figs 7 I ,m! Kg' . A ' 'VQLAXX ,ff 'L "ity W 14, iw-f fi S ,. r "P N I o. I 4' ,I E P1 Bs' z H55 Vr- ,. , 31.-'.'. . Q- M- ' Qi: .5 .K , A . ,Ja 'A X :I,x,dr , -Q k u Y . -'ip 9 , .MQ .1 ,J Drama Tech Director Some of those students who have trouble fitting that mythical "Tech image" find so- lace in Drama Tech, an organization con- cerned vyith the production of plays. This year marked the retirement of Mary Nell Santacroce, who has ably directed Drama Tech for seventeen years. Her successor is Ann Geer, formerly associated with Atlan- ta's Pocket Theater. Productions for this year included "The Man Who Came to Dinner" in the Fall and "Becket" in the winter. The theatre-in-the-round style gives the audience a feeling of participation. Contrary to their anti-culture reputation, Tech students, as in past years, attended in large numbers. Retires is 4 bg 222 4 '- hh 2-Av .. - 5 I-1'-v RIGHT: Becker shortly before his mur cler. ABOVE: Mr. Harris, star of "The Man Who Came to Dinner." ' 0 fir. 'SFS' Lkiflvj- ', .5 ' I 5 L v, F ".e.'La 4,0 1. 1 XX, The Mardi Gras in New Orleans . . . a trip to be remembered by our not-so-staid Glee Club. Nor was it the only one for the group of basses, baritones, tenors, and other as- sorted songbirds. The object of this group is to sing, and that they do. Under the leadership of Mr. Walter Herbert, they sing at girls' schools, conventions, girls' schools, governors conferences, girls' schools, and colleges in the Atlanta area. Being true Tech students, the thirty members also make occasional and enjoyable appear- ances at girls' schools. The Glee Club is, in fact, one ofthe best known traveling repre- sentatives of Georgia Tech. Each spring the group receives its reward in the form of a banquet, at which long-time members re- ceive individual awards. ABOVE RIGHT: Mr. Vlfalter Herbert, Director Ol the Ceorgia Tech Clee Club. Glee Club Invades the Crescent City For Mardi Gras 'S -.J SLEC: Plays, Movies, Concerts The Student Lecture and Entertainment Committee, reversing a long-standing poli- cy, halted the showing of a horror movie on the Friday before finals, apparently con- cluding that the student body could use the time much more wisely bird-dogging on Techwood. An active schedule was provid- ed for the rest of the time, however. Eco- nomical entertainment was provided through free movies on Friday nights, one of which was "The Cardinal." Free plays such as "Emperor jones" were given with the cooperation of Atlanta's Pocket and Academy Theaters. More ambitious offer- ings included the Lettermen concert, a lec- ture by Sander Vanocur, and the Kingston Trio concert tmarking the first joint effort of the SL8tEC and the IFCJ. The highly suc- cessful year secured the SL8tEC as the major cultural stimulant on campus. LEFT: Security Cop handles distribution of 5L8fEC tickets. ABOVE LEFT: SLSKEC and IFC Kingston trio concertf ABOVE: Sander Vanocur visited campus compliments of SLSEC. F It 1 1 i I 1 N 1 v 1 5 1 Competition Among The Students 19 F tv, Bulldog Club: "Read the Rule Book Much?" "You're blind as Hell, ref! Read the rule book much? How much did they pay you?" These are typical reactions to the calls of members of the Bulldog Club. The mem- bers, who really aren't all that bad, are elected by the organizations who partici- pate in intramural sports. Refereeing re- sponsibilities include intramural football, basketball, and softball games, the playoffs, and the intramural track meet. The 'Dogs are also active during Homecoming, spon- soring the Rat Race and the Ramblin' Reck Parade. Bulldog initiates, too young to take the vile abuses flung at referees, begin by ushering at Tech concerts. x Q? APO's Herd Bunnies to Tech Alpha Phi Omega remains as one of the few useful service fraternities on campus. As always in the past, APO is more than glad to help conduct charity drives for worthwhile causes, or show a visitor around the campus. This year the annual Ugly Man on Campus Contest yielded aid to the United Fund and other worthy causes. An extra special event was held dur- ing the Winter on behalf of the Campus Chest Drive. A basketball game between the Tech faculty and the Playboy Bunnies aroused and amused over 1200 students. During the half-time intermission, the Bun- nies auctioned off their cotton tails to the tune of up to 518.00 apiece. 1 lixu' 'K 'S-.-.iqx l v'l" In W' ABOVE: Playboy Bunnies await faculty basketball team to arrive. T-Club's Initiation Reveals locks' Many Abilities It you happened to see some brawny beasts waddling across Alexander Dome or clumsily leading cheers with pom-poms and skirts, you were seeing the antics of some of Tech's super-jocks, the initiates of the "T" Club. The only requirement for membership is the possession of a varsity letter. Of course, they do not exactly grow on trees. The club tries to promote good- will between the athletes and everyone else in the Tech community. Fellowship and re- laxation are also encouraged through the use of the clubhouse. The members sell tickets to the "T" Night football game and generously give to worthwhile campus causes. TOP: One of the many club house facilities. RIGHT AND BELOW: Initiation of members adds to hall- time entertainment. lf-,ES U, a - 5 .N . A 3 I i if--rt. .fi s x Il' r ,gs , I A' -.- " 'rg Q fz. . ,M,- ,L ' if .. Provides auf W Luncheon The Triangle Club provides a student- faculty luncheon each week where students can enjoy a variety of interesting programs. It also happens to be the favorite location of placement director Neil DeRosa's soap box. His humorous and informative talks make it welcome there, though. The sub- jects are directed toward the interests of the Tech student and augmented by a good meal, making the luncheon a pleasant Tuesday event. Triangle Club Student-Faculty Ramblin 'Reck Club Improves Pep Rallys The advent of significant alterations in the famed "Rat Rules" forced the Ramblin' Reck club to shift its image from a watch- dog of tradition to a promoter of student ' T ,- spirit. To do this, the club came up with many ingenious ideas. One was the use of skits at pep rallies, two of the best being the Country Boy and Batman skits. Also, two free tickets were drawn out of a hat at each rally. And forthe big Tennessee game, one very lucky freshman vvon a date with, believe it or not, a Playboy Bunny, Through the hard work of the RR's, the "Rats" looked, yelled, and acted very much like they have for many, many years. 6 ABOVE: Bruce Cook introduces Nancy McLean, Miss Homecoming, at Pep Rally, LEFT: Winner of Rat Race re- ceives vvell deserved prize. Dames Club Keeps Techmen's Wives Busy A birthday cake is a happy sight to a Tech rat away from home for the first time, and many of us will long remember the cake furnished by the Dames Club, to be shared, like it or not, by all the guys on the floor. This is but one of the deeds per- formed by the Dames Club, composed of wives of Tech students. Gthers are the sponsoring of a tea for the Miss Homecom- ing Court and active participation in the Techwood Tutorial Proiect. Some more selfish projects, which they well deserve, are parties, talent shows, fashion shows, and card games. The club, a member of the National Association of University Dames, is an asset to the Tech community as a whole and, needless to say, one of our most attractive organizations. , J , T , lf 3 ' 3' ,ff ' if ' ,,,smx,.f-f- J Ji ,,,, 1,1 jr T ' 95.- Engineers lnvade SAM The Society for the Advancement of Management, an Industrial Management organization, has been invaded by AE's, EE's, ME's and various other Trade School students. Actually, though, this is just what the organization is for, since there is some- thing of interest for scientists and engineers as well as managers. Plant trips, which aver- age two a quarter in number, investigate both sides of a company. Meetings feature guest speakers, films, or panel discussions. Also, SAM sponsors the Young Presidents' Organization, a highly selective group of Tech graduates who have become presi- dents of companies before the age of forty. Throughout the year, and especially at the annual management conference, these leaders demonstrate their leadership tothe SAM members. 1 x :,. ' J" lg? . ,., 'iw . ' sr .fz J TOP: SAM members check over Atlan tic Steel Company. ABOVE joe Cuth ridge discusses Tech s development plans. Aqua-jackets Sponsor Florida Excursion YW" Many Tech worshipers of Lloyd Bridges have found their own underwater paradise under the auspices of the Aqua-jackets, a group interested in the sport of skin and scuba diving. Unlike many diving clubs, the Aqua-jackets welcome interested beginners and provide free instruction. Twelve stu- dents have satisfactorily completed the course this year. Next to safety, which is promoted through such instruction as well as proper diving practices, the emphasis is on experience, obtained through highly en- joyable trips. This year eighteen members spent several days in the Florida Keys trying their luck at spear-fishing, underwater photography, and other interesting pas- times. BELOW: Aqua-jackets eagerly recruit new mem bers at Activities Night. 5 .ut ,P isp Co-op Club Section I Brings Life To Summer Who should be Miss Perfect Lips? The competition is keen, the temptation to err is great, the difficulty of the decision is heart-pounding, but, oh, what a noble ex- periment! Unfortunately, not all of the ac- tivities of Section I of the Co-op Club are so entertaining. In order to accomplish its mission, fostering fellowship and partici- pation of Co-ops, the club also annually sponsors a field day in the summer, a party in the winter, and a charity project. The Co-op club played its biggest role in the summer, when the student body was pre- dominantly Co-op. TOP: Miss Perfect Lips contestants and escorts. RIGHT: Co-op Fielcl Day, the major event of the summer, Oa- --1 Members use meetings for planning of either projects or parties. Co-op Club Section II: Parties and Projects The Co-op Club might be loosely called the "Co-op Frat," although its activities are somewhat less spirited than the Greek va- riety. The members, chosen on the basis of personality, character, interest in Co-op ac- tivities, and other angelic qualities, seek to promote fellowship among the Co-ops and interest in Co-op activities. Section ll con- sists of those members who attend school in the fall and spring quarters. A work party at Scottish Rite Hospital served as the most notable outside service project this year. On the social side, two parties were held. The first was held at R. L. Mathis Dairy Farm and the other at Snapfinger Creek, a well-known Tech playground. T..,.... Homecoming: Pageantry and The Famous Wreck Parade MN M Camera Bugs Uncover Beauty Queens The leading image-making organization on campus is the Photo Club, whose mem- bers have brought about many new devel- opments this year. The photo bug may avail himself of the well-equipped 53,000 dark- room and 92,000 studio in the YMCA, as well as the helpful hints of more experi- enced members. The organization supports itself by photographing for virtually all the Tech publications. In the fall, the best of the club's work was displayed in the library, showing the diversity of subjects, scenes, and methods the members devise. Due to its many connections with the fairer of the fairer sex, the Photo Club has alsornade a good showing with its beauty contest en- trants, as is witnessed by last year's Miss Blueprint, Cecile Smith, and this year's Homecoming Queen, Nancy McLean. Q-ri . l 4 , cs, ABOVE RIGHT: Numerous salons are held each quarter. RIGHT: Miss Nancy Mclean, Miss Horne- coming sponsored hy the Photo Club. ABOVE: Nancy joins Photo Club for weekly meeting. he 0.-uv 'X ...sy r- .sh ,sa 5 - ,N . ' 1-- wx H41-',g,:,' 'Q ,W A. N I ' ,. .V 4 7 ., . v swf' 41. -QT'-'Q , ' ' , . u - T 4 , :,::-'- 1. .. 'vii 15 X 1" . 'f' T-'17 ?vY'Z'f-'F' 3?--' ' , 1 . ., Y Nu 'V ' ,., .- 14 1? ZXQM 14 - -M, '7' ' 5- .,,,.,x . . Executive Roundtable Provides Student-Faculty-Industry Conference lb cs Will you be the president of the com- pany, or the highest paid office boy in his- tory? Whatever one's ambitions in the busi- ness world, the Executive Roundtable offers him an insight into his future position. Dur- ing the winter quarter the group heard speakers from advertising, transportation, and marketing industries discuss virtually every phase of product management. Em- phasis was placed on how to "advertise it, get it there, and sell it." The most signifi- cant event for the year was the Student- Faculty lndustry Conference, held at Calla- way Gardens ICO Boll in the spring. Here students and faculty members met with businessmen from across the nation, strengthening their comprehension of pres- ent-day problems and procedures. tiivtt amino ,, V, i ,--...hh -75, ,rv lun- ?' 5 'L fig? i 'Q 'if ' is 'sf r 3 'R -nk, '31 Y 9 1 i 'Ci b ' J r- -i Q' :gt .5-:Rig I QL' at r if ' . . ' RY, " rf ,.r-'A-,,. .f - , :ZZ . Gamma Psi 84 Sigma-Y Aid Freshmen Gamma Psi and Sigma-Y-Phalanx are two of the many organizations sponsored by the Tech YMCA. Gamma Psi is strictly a women's organization which may sound funny considering the YMCA is for young men. However, its main purpose is the con- ducting of Freshmen Camp for the "Co-ed Rats" at adjoining camp grounds to the men's Freshman Camp. Sigma-Y-Phalanx is also concerned with the freshmen at Tech. Sigma-Y conducts the Freshman Forum which allows freshmen to discuss matters with Tech leaders. Each year Sigma-Y sponsors the "Books for Asia" drive along with maintaining the Travel Board for Tech students. LEFT: Money savings Travel Board maintained by Sigma-Y. BELOW: Freshmen co-eds receive the straighl word of Tech men from Gamma Psi mem- bers. 74 ef -aLl 1455 Communications devices practically un- known to the public were seen on the American Marketing Association s plant trip to Southern Bell, a trip highlighting a very active year which saw a big increase in membership. The group attempted to come ever closer to the rapidly changing field ol marketing. Speakers from Ford, Montag, Eastern, and the Tech Placement Center pro- vided valuable insight into the field through personal experiences. To provide an opportunity for discussion of the club activities and suggestions for improvement, the AMA held several dinner meetings. The interesting and fruitful year has led many of the members to consider this the AMA's best year. la -I p- :'-iss, ,, -llifalww-.g IGGY. . ru -f 'xx . . N, .rmss rr-l no 1 AMA Has 1 Best Year I-:"V5 N" 75 ll : ju I ll? M! 5 '.u .J K ,I , ix ix 1 Q rf ' 'ill -.cl I . If fs . 2 g 1 3 Au K x Y 9'2" 'Y E , Rl: ' 1 : 1 ,- - gi-J A-Q,-,,.1-f 1.1.1- ,-,li .x N Alpha-Y-Phalanx Holds Freshmen Camp ,Qi Jglslu .. dv 4 . A 2' Q . 3 fn. , ' I N 'wks' , I' A' , . g a. ,.., 5- - Q Q. L g Alpha-Y-Phalanx's job is to give the word to the Rats. This it does through Freshmen Camp held the weekend before the Rats begin the boring week of orientation fsee page 569. The counselors are recruited from student and faculty leaders. Alpha-Y also sponsors the IAESTE program at Tech which finds summer employment abroad for tech- nically trained students. A combined effort with Georgia State is resulting in the place- ment of students with non-technical back- grounds in foreign countries. W fx - YMCA V J xc, .w -. .. X ,K - H -, --1. x 'Agri X. LM-,, 1' 9' K9 Barbell Club: One Meeting No Plant Trips The Barbell Club has had one meeting and no plant trips this year. This is.no sign of decadence, however. ln fact, member- ship has increased noticeably this year, due probably to increased muggings of Tech students by "tough-stuff" gangs. The pri- mary purpose of the club is to provide weight-lifting facilities on the campus. Af- ter paying an equipment fee, any student is able to use the facilities at his convenience. This year a leg extension machine and addi- tional bars and weights were added. With the increased national interest in physical fitness, the Barbell Club is expected to con- tinue to grow. -L ff 3rg::2f,,32:.,zgIQ3319523122:.rig if J , 'iysv , .. 'V 1-21 '-. . . . 4 -gf. . - .Q 15, it-: .cy"1.c rffif2,'mrffY::"f11"age ISO Sets the Pace for Student Organizations 1 W i' v-eq.. ABOVE LEFT, LEFT: ISO programs are both entertaining and colnrlul. ABOVE: Tony Shu and start plans lSO's next project. Under the dynamic leadership of Tony Shu, the International Students Organizaf tion has made significant strides inthe di- rection expressed by its motto: "World Peace Through Understanding." Of particu- lar value were the "Nights of lSO": U.N. Night, China night, India Night, and Viet Nam Night. Those attending gained a better view of the World's problems in their prop- er cultural settings. This year's ISO proved itself to be a winner in capturing a display award at Student Activities Night and Sec- ond Place in Intramural Basketball. Through membership in the ISO, students ofthe United States and other countries all over the world gain understanding and in- teresting friendships. IDC Brings Women Into Dormitories Pnor to thxs year there was a great need for unlty among the men who reside In our dormntorles The only common bond they had was the fact that they all lnved In dor mltorles They needed a body to brmg to gether their problems and work toward the best possible solution Dean Purser the new Dean of Housing recognized thus need and instituted the lnterdormrtory Councrl When the newly passed Munlmum Wage Law necessltated cutting back on mald service In the dormitories there was much discontent among the resldents The prob lem was quickly remedled by the IDC Perl odlc Open Houses permlttmg females In the dormltorles at approved times dld much to quell the unrest In its young but successful exrstence the IDC has proved Its value and many rm provements are being worked out mclud mg planned social events for each dorm BELOW LEFT Dean Purser guides IDC which he was the major factor influencing its formation. ,iv en+vzf4ur1f55n,-apffzfgm I A Ma. Q Ja? '-: wifqyef,s,sJ...Q: pg, ' ?'. Q if "Are You Running With Me, jesus" This seemingly irreverent question has been posed by Malcom Boyd, a man who takes his faith quite seriously. lt is appropri- ate here for it also reflects the questioning of the average Tech student. For beneath the anti-religious, hurray-for-hell facade the Tech student often cowardly dons, is found a person who is 'searching for the meaning and value in life which is found in a personal faith. But the Tech student, very much aware of the rapidly-changing times and ingrained by Tech with a strong sense of independence, often finds himself run- ning, like Boyd, from the traditional, hand-me-down, and often artificial faith that has, in some respects, stagnated the church, making it incapable of dealing with our world. The religious organizations on campus seek to guide the student in his search for a realistic, seven-day-a-week faith. Four of the larger organizations are the Wesley Foundation, the Lutheran Student Association, the Baptist Student Union, and the-Campus Crusade for Christ. The Wesley Foundation, Tech's Method- ist organization, showed its desire to inves- tigate new ideas with the Breakthrough continued TOP: Malcom Boyd takes time off from his sermons at the hungry i to speak at the Wesley Foundation. ABOVE: Crowded Wesley Foundation meeting illustrates the students sup- port. M R6liglOlIS QCONTINUEDJ Conference, featuring Malcom Boyd. Also, a newly initiated program enabled dialogue groups to study an outline called 'fRelative Christianity for Secular Man" in conjunc- tion with schools such as MIT and Rice. Tech's Lutheran Student Association serves as the base of operations of Lutheran activities for all the greater Atlanta colleges. Common programs are lectures by guest speakers on anything from the Lockheed C5-A to Christian ethics and trips to almost anywhere under the sun. The highlight of the year was the retreat to Camp Calvin for all Atlanta schools. This year saw the Baptist Student Union gain a new director in Rev. Calvin Zongker. One of the first activities directed by Rev. Zongker was the job of moving next door from the old location into more spacious facilities. At the same time, an architect was selected tostart designing a new student center for future use. Several of the BSU students spent part of their spring holidays touring three cities in Georgia with the BSU Corral, a singing ensemble. .. .,.. -..Numa ' M Q 4' 1'-1 lx in V I.: jg. I?" Campus Crusade for Christ is a non-de- nominational student movement dedicated to presenting the claims of Christ to the collegiate world. Over 800 C.C.C. students visited Daytona Beach to speak to students over spring break in Operation Sunshine, which received national television cover- age, as an estimated 5000 students at- tended the final meeting on the eve of Easter. 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Poore ' -:ul fi"-5 A W M. R. Roberson 1. P. Roche, 1r. L. W. Rue U 1 JF4 1. 'V CW '. '22 '. 4-113 :: 5 A , .- gg., X' If D s , V. . rigs.. Y. . ' Q Af' --if E. B. Stephens' G. P. Stevens 1- O- 5lfUlhSrS ' we '23 ' ' ' 1: f " ' as 1 K AL 1 L. E. Walters C. A. Webb C. E. Weitzel -Q V I 5. -jE1QiQ.f,: ' Q I A, . ' Q Siu X -"" 1 AP - ' ,"::"! 1' A v 32:3 ?" gl-.Q : 1. M. White 1. W. Wold R, H. Woodlee RQ' Y S. E. Scherer H. 1. Trussell 1 259 1 260 Briaerean Society CO-OP STUDENT HONORARY t x ,yr A: ' ' .-f-A . for I :z. ' x . 'X -5 sl. 'ligxx s. N '4 ,sul 1 A R. L Allen 1 .5 .3552 - :SX-f - ' Egg fftsiilf N zepastffs. -me x-J' 's.2Sq1r.'-?-- -- -N ..-S: x 5,3 .9 .C ss 7' D L Bates ' E .3- .Q 1 X --4 5,-1 f:- N 4' W J , W , N Q R N Q VN: 5 A f f l Q 3 'gl f B G, Brabham 1. P. Cleveland M. Deusenrolh . X ,R D. C. Andrews C. D, Baldwin . .. wer? .:.:'1.9, Gr..-Ex, xx vs NX xk , xy? Q . l xegxx , ' - ' 545-:523:fQ'5X K: - Y. . M. Q, W7 .,,,,f'M1s, f AY or I. C. Bellum C. 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Teasley C. L. Williams Lx . Phi Eta Sigma FRESHMAN HONORARY Ei.. 1 ri 'I Ti? fi g ? . nf L. K. Brumlield 1. R. Bynum . "' .fl I M. T. DeBusscliere 5A D, Diamond f:ff3L:i 21- . TLS 2 4, F x E M. L. Field c 5, 'i l T. F. Evans ii , 5? Y. is W. F. Acree G. M. Ashe I T. H. Battle 1 ..- I .I I R. H. Daily OE L . A. Dyer -. ' :g 9. . .--w it - -. I 4 D. E, Fritz . 0 4 v C. W. jenkins T. johnson R, N, Kenney , ,..-f 5 f T P. , .... E .F 1 4 -5 1. L. Anderson - 'f:-.1.'2-,.:,f.-2:7 ...ws-1 A l 'D L. Auld 1 -V r ' :- W. L. Bell W. T. Davis ff he 11 9 6 T. M, Dyer ' of L -T. A. Glaze -4 .1 A A 1. W. Holloway rr. M. Law .g ,-:Fl is . o Y I I 5 i G. S. McFarlane H Q' , i- -. , 3:f :..:5"3J .-5-.. ff' .ggi l - 4' 1 R. A. Nordin 91.1 '53, -cd' 1-L M. A. Petit! L B. K. Richard Q .U if .L I G, Soderberg 3 1 K 4 E. P. Turner A. E. Lyle 'S' C. T. Moore - fp: V 'Q - I ww' K .' ll' 4 . 1. E. Owens W. Randolph 5. AL C. M. Rippberger F1 - '- t G. A. Stewart R. W. Valentine Q . ' i - H .i x D 6 -: - XT? 11 Q BA L. Keug D. A, Latimer N. M. Williams S. S. Wilson 1, Mandell . S,- ..i 4 M. A, Murray AL? L. W. Petersor ...Vi x i l ' . fl ., L I 2 1 ' - 1 '-Y. ' AL D. l. Ratay ' Pl A fi. . . x, N H. Fl. Schwartz -.ai f 1. w. Toy L-Qs , 1-.ti '37 IL D. L. Whelan B. D. Wright l Q . ,el C. R. Andrews CV-. 'B -Ex nl B. 1. Belkin .1 ws , - . QL W. M, Brown fl A "l? . L l. M. Corbill . l 4. " Til? be :va I K D. W. Gore i . :. - 555 .. X. ' Q ,J 'ff ' V 0 E. W. Kamen n li .,-N V. 55 . iii V' "M- , ..T'17 .5 4 ,ggfl ' 4 F. R. Quinlivan o . ...Ffa-a-4: . ' wflm- . pf: I ,Q D. G. Andrews 4 r " bs as J A. E. Beller .IL '5 R. L. Carroll IA. - lg, I D. O. Freeman - M. A. Gutierrez R. R. Kinner -av A -.Ill 2! , I. P. Roche, lr. mf. ,Q ' JZ.. We P' gf? . 5 ' . 7' ' I ,A f l B. G. Brabham "av-r-vw----f .4 D. L. Bates 3 U . .Q ' A f ' A af I C. L. Carter . , ll L W. Gebhart Eta Kappa u ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING HONORARY 5 W sr" T. P. Hayes la l-Y HeSIer . -- 15.15 , V, ...W wu 1 ,I .Qu 'F :LL lrl . H. P. Lee T. D. A. Roehm D. R. Losson I K.. . 'ffl - ""- .. A 'P A. Smith ,I ' ff? if K A :.f' fill? I A . ff . - iff -'1' V ' f "5 4- l .4 V, ... l .1 . .. A 4-n 4 ' . 4, X lil. , X l ' - E I' - x. LR Y if lk :Aa Q Liv L. R. Holliday 1. F. Home l, M. Jamieson G. M. jones ,, . ' - A M ,,5, ' 1 'f 11 . , ' . '- sa 'Q 1' if - X 0 Q I. A. Lowe R. O. Neal I. E. Negro 1. B. Nuttall L . . . E :U Q 4 .1 N . , - ' 1 C", 4 " 5 : " R. E. Stewart S. Teasley C. E. Weitzel l. R. Williams ' 'A A' 9' l 5 Q ...yy ., Q l"'-frlff M, 1. Williams T. M. Williams 4 Pi Tau Sigma MECHANICAL ENGINEERING HONORARY C D. BaIdWln Tv M Beeson ' I .4 -N. ..- A H-E L. E. Carden J E. Couch A, L, Cmalla H. B. Hamsllon, jr. D. C. Hammond 'ffl . . f 4.2 Q .. ,-.F .4 - , R. L Hargls H. W. Hsu R. W. Hess W. A. Hucks M, A. Linsky .jf'1fQQlIff . , ' ' li . ., . ,, W ' I ,.1. .. 1 . I' I'-"4 Q'-v ..f I. M. Reed P. R. Ruhr R. L. Sellers G. P, Stevens R. C, Sullivan H, C, Taylor C. L, Wllhams Scabbard and Blade MILITARY HONORARY M. L. Benoit M, D, Bloom C. A. Burns R -'f1:.-fE:':,:?ff:.+.:-:Z - , 1 f.' ' 5 " "Wa ' 1 4:9 2.-afszit fl ':E:-15"-2: , V Y W--rf ,.-l.f5.1f ?'?:2ili2E.,. - ,:ff 25: iEgEE1?,":' Lf 'A 'paw 'cr' 2 7 " -:fu ' . R. M. Crouch 1. R. Haeger R, lx, Hegglund A. Kohl A, M. Manglin C. L. Monnor R. L. Wylly S. M, Chaplin G. P. Hull R. E. Park 3 R. G. Culvert I. D. lamgochian H, C. Serkin 0 A lv- K I. -1. 5 8. I AD Q, Ehrgdll S H. R Little ,F-V' . - ! c 'I "' f . W 1. Blane 3 - 'fd Li. B. Loley C 4 V X xf-I A P. I. Levlne 'R- .5 B. R. Olmslead it I6 A, ug.. J L G. Roussos WX I . :' I . U J, kv' Q. , T . ,l,, ug.. L r X 'ae . v. t, N- - 1 X N B Aaron H D.Allnnl1llL-k l. N. Banks 67 "' ,:, ', . W f' 1 I I l . 'N "A 1 --' -'wr , '- V- I I vi I Nur A .. A D . . R W. Boatrlghl R. C. Bush I. B. Butler I, R. Chamblers 7 1 I I 'I -'-v "' I 1,1-Tw f ' ff 1 L fs n A ! j S. Ghosh C. Goldman P. B Kelman T. C. Leslie 'v ' vs N Ia A -l .QQ ' . ' .di i ' , ' - Q Q K -. A A . R S. McCoy R H. McDonald C B. Moms H. I. Mueller h' 'I A ff C I Epsl on , gf CIVIL ENGINEERING HONORARY ' nv .5 1 -e . ' Q T. P. Reed 1, P. Richey L i Ti ln I45mlll1 S. T. Swifl I. L, Wilson L. M. Anderson W, R. Blumberg L. Brewer x L A g fa D . X. C. L. Carter B. W. Coker 1- F- Copper D. L. Duke M. E, Fortier R. K. Hegglund ' J' ' -1 QI g 'g Vp P T ' LMQZ '- ' ' . A La: .. , , ' A ga., M-:L E. A. Platt W. D. Ray 1. H. Seals .L Industrial Management Honor Society I ' ', Ar N M -anew' L. E. Hooks 1, A. Lyle H. MCDOnell - w K 'Sv 1' ..,,. D. A. Smith R. A. Thomas W, Wilson 'ml th I 267 Delta Kappa Phi TEXTILE HONORARY Q A za - ' 15? . - - I .,. Z, X 'Q ' F. I Chaalecn M. C. Cleaver V -an I, K. Marlin R, K, Ogletree 'Q ' : ,ty F, M. Brown T. K. Carpenter QT? I. B. Conner Carl Culhberlson ix ""-rv R.M.P.1lch1n C, C. Rnllans W 1. Rushung, l. R. Sallertueld H. V, Seymour 93' r. vlan ,4. - 153512. I. F. Simmons 1, af 'naw 'Q' A Ejerg-A -Af Q s W. Thomas L. Yeh ok-4 Nix Xi, . 'sv S:. zS1Esss-22 2' W1-'I'-'''-'-f-1221:55:25sgs:5:a:s:ff:a1f"'- .-'ffm K 1-4sfs:fs:1.s-t ,asf f lf. -A:-:Nga ..:.,,:- .- .,.: ,, T--54",-.-,gt-A,-Il-II ' U 1 :?:gQ2'X5,:-55315-:4. K . - ,, I ., , :,:-3, f "i: ' R' fFH:'.f - 2" 5EE5?1E3EE:L JF " -A . Q 285513251 3. :..,. - -,, lx 2:3751-. ,, - V ' b jg-:ozkb .5 - 53. -. '-1 . 4 'rm -' .Y - . :..,p:3g5:f: V ,Jai ..,. i .,: ,,,. A N x 1 L. L. Baker 1. A. Bateman Sigma Gamma Tau AEROSPACE ENGINEERING HONORARY L. E. Blomeley 3- I- DBIBHO T-1' Delph vv, B. Hollingsworth A. s, Knrkindall s. C. Matlhews R. H. Owen N I. Partridge 1. C. Picciuolo D. C. Seymour D..K. Snead R, L. Somers Pi Tau Chi RELIGIOUS HONORARY L. L. Baker A. L. Batchelor 54 G, Bassett lf- tri til' I C. Borcher D. C. Brabslon D. K. Chrlstenberry T. F. Christian 1, R. Clark f' 'f . -- '- -V 'ffiEf?3:2f,'f --, V 4 1 ' '-E. ff- l. E. Harley C. A. Hunt W. W. Mee l. V. Pearson H. E. Ritchie -3' A. H- Shu C- E. Turner A. I. Waskey I. R. Williams I. 1. Worth R. L, Wylly gn 'Wx cz' D. G. Andrews O. R. Burnside 1. H, Carter R. D. Eley R. I. Galloway R. L. Horton W. A. Moncrief E- C4 Pfechrel ..zi'5fs'--1?-:.:' 2,55-'45 .Q--ff: I .g:?Zfq,..5,. , rw- V ,1 -' ,Q 1 . 4 r " Y' , . X R, W. Ferguson Kappa Kappa Psi MUSIC HONORARY Menhorn iii K. Stephens R. S. Thomas N lr R- Todd P, S. Vogel Keramos CERAMIC ENGINEERING HONORARY luhn Corcla Eugen Cl k ,ICN Lynwood g fr? -ev X 1. L. Albritton D. C. Brabston Pi Mu Epsilon MATH EMATICS HONORARY 'WJ' H. W. Gatzke N. G. Norman Phi' Psi TEXTILE HONORARY ..a- . Q. -,.. .CZ in It-Ei, 1 W. P. Greer T. H. Plarris 7 W. K. Kelly D. N. Normka H. D. mu R. H. Pansey GREEKS lnterfraternity Council Fraternities I 275 l X QQSE- xY'g ik I I ' , 'Ill' -,,' 'J' ' if 5-fffr ,f V I . y fr Sr Q Q -N, ,,.-- -. gh 41 ,af 4 1 A :ff , f5:x f?'4xf -X E. A - if: 4 A fl- 1 4 X, tif' ' ' sd I 5 -, , - 2143- ,. I in ' l ,g -15 . , F 5 W...- , .rw--, , .A ....,.. .-.....-- .- ,, ,' 'A' ' 'I .' 'N' Y 'Pi 'iiffgf " ' --- -. v . f sr .. 41 - Y - xi gl it N, rf XY 3 U.--f' +- ff Ma'-W .' '-ma."'L?'.n.Z 45- 144 "1 "Lili-J.. A :,.f- " , l '.uv 4' fkvu-1e..,,,.,+ -if wffxfff-W0 152:15-55vr.x",.-:QF '31 .YQTV 5, T? 7 lv .1 J. . , V' . M 44 .- , fw- i -Q.. if 'V' 51' . a.. 'swf' W. 276 'f -1 ,, ..-.1 . 3. .-, -'3.u3'.n1f,d.,g,giff5:f,52'i.5g'7f F ix .r wif- A "1--'fm' ""' V x 41 ' ". Qi ,- A- .- ' . nf' -..-4 LW"if74'fQL7!f .,"'x,n.f rf. l -I Xml '1 A xx. N' "- '7:,,-A-x ' --W-4-l -, .-"" 'N- -5 ever' 4 " 4 PM -E wr! 'C' 24523 Interfraternit Council Tom Almon Iohn Rowly Bill Smith Ricky Cox Bill Poland Mike Wilder Greg Rohhing lack Abbott Bill Berry lim Grant john Bacon Robert XN'ylly Cordon Hagewood Ray Brown Tom Mooney Neal Reed Charles Nic'hoI5 Paul Painter Paul Kelman Neal Williams Boone Smith Larry Weitzner Larry Davi5on Mike Linsky Bill Rudolph Roy Owen Richard Bates ludy Morris joe Engleharclt Chuck Shalley ASH ldv , ?. ,O 5 :ER iQ 1" I' 'H .4 X D Ni? ' ' -- 1- -in '- 1' 1 .if I ,V I A ,U "P Q'-"ef 131 ' - Z .T , .Q mag, 3, 5 '-' 'fini' ,AZT pr! vfr , V' 3 'i ff, 'fri X ' 'fl' '. fn my 'r ' :f?5'1' N .eu WSW , M ff , ,, "is v -an Gil W will stww ,lf 45-A- X X .R YS' W 1 Alpha Xi's Boast Scholastic Achievement The Gamma Eta Chapter of Alpha Xi Del- ta proved to be an important member of Tech's Greek family despite its small but ever feminine membership. Scholastically the girls ranked second among their mascu- line counterparts. Being active in all aspects of campus life, the girls participated in the World Student Fund and the Campus Chest. Besides work and study, the Alpha Xi's found time for the more interesting social aspect of college life. The Home- coming Tea and the winter formal high- lighted their social year. Outstanding sisters include a member of Tau Beta Pi, a fraternity sweetheart, three cheerleaders, president of Gamma Psi, a member of the Drama Tech cast, and offi- cer's and class representatives of the Wom- en's Student Association. hitm. ,- 1.19 Q.. . v . 5 . . -'ia "A 5 , r I-1 ' ffm l . ' , ' ALPHA 5 1" 5. bzfyf-PI n Hz. "f .vgfx . . P., - V .t ",-,- v -.s, C ' r li 44 3 fgufg 0 W .1 lf! 3' 'Jww ,. ' 'I . 'QE -ldqhv xii 'H s A X I 5 SIL Di ' T TTER V V 'ffl " aw Q I' .X if 1' 8 9 x ,Z - - i . L,- cf f' J 2? f 231.1 1 x N S s -i f IQ , Il, ' ' -xi AW 1 ag A ,, " 3 -x p ' 5' 'qQ' ' W N X A E. 2 i 1 il Ai ,NW :. : ' fhwkxi . . . if N. 3? X 5 Q.. Q . I , ,, X i x l ' AEPi started off this year in great style with the famous jungle Party, by now a campus institution. Fall quarter was a full one for AEPi, as they emerged from it as Number Two among the Creeks in scholas- tic ratings. Fall quarter also saw AEPi as- sume its place among the leading fraterni- ties on the Tech campus. An excellent rec- ord in sports and third place in the Home- coming display contest added to the notion that the AEPi's are Greeks on the move. The social schedule was not lax by any means. Rush was followed by a series of the best parties of the year, both on and off campus. The highlight of the social season, however, came during winter quarter. The annual Parents Weekend Formal was as usual a resounding success. More than one hundred parents were on hand, along with brothers and their dates, to make the affair one long to remember. School activities were another bright spot for AEPi this year, with brothers partic- ipating in all phases of campus life. The house, with its recent addition, was bright- ened-up by the new front lawn. As AEPi wound up one of its best years on the Tech campus, it looked forward to a better one next year, AEP: s Nose into Second Scholastically X WUT'-- I Y.XllX'?' 54 284 rf-up ,Jn seam lnsmurs or recunomev GRADUATE STUDENTS DORMITORY ANOTHER MAJOR STEP A GREATER GEORGIA - ..----fu -- , ,, A ,f-c- . Aw., , ' -.i49:4.5.TT.'.."'3A.1':c.'wA -4- -'- '- 4' 'A' " fs' 1 'X , nfl ff LA"' 'X-M. A I ll X N i N X 1 , . , 1, j ll ui, ar N 1- l 9 .,, I 4435-ami-c, Alpha Tau Omega Lance Le Fleur john Cilbart Bill Reese Steve Smith jimmy Potts johnny Uttenhove Darby Coker Tash Van Dora David Simpson Tony Ames Dee Peterson Ralph Wilson judy Andrews Roby Price Tommy Smith Bill Viehman jimmy Warren Pat Clisson Dickie Pacetti Rick fvlarts Ron Carroll Rick Tyler john Scott Bob Newsham Sonny Williams Nelson Wallace jim Richmond Bo Powell Dick Nelson 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 30. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 45 46 47 48 49 50 51. 52 53 Dan Evans johnny Thibadeau johnny Tullos Rod Burney Hugh Rice Mrs. H. Rooney Stanley Coker jay Hall Bobby Warnock john Cline Spider Webb Steve Stevens Buddy Young Vern Thortsen Don Perry jimmy Seals Gerald Houser Bucky Haddock Don Perry jimmy Seals Gerald Houser Bucky Haddock Bert Thornton jack Duncan Bobby Mayson Mike McDonald john Mills jimmy Snider M' ,iii fy i it W yy yy h llllllli ml '-'vw "fl-Iii Ei - ' 1 12251 -10 . In s X ff 1, . 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As Homecoming ap- proached, the Toga's set to work on an imposing figure of Grog. Built under the influence of Bo Powell and ample lager, the Grog passed the weekend in bemused silence. The Ramblin Reck entry, "The Bloody Flapperj' fared better with a third. The winter l-louseparty was well attend- ed. At the height of the festivities, the milk machine disappeared from the kitchen. lt was later discovered that it had simply fol- lowed an SAE home to his apartment. Spring found the Toga's in contemplation of two legends and a recurring nightmare Bill Campbell almost graduated, Hoke Brannen returned, and Bill Cowden won't leave. Beta Theta Pi Brue Chandler john Perry jack Wynn Pete johnson john Kelly Boh jones Ben Davenport Terry Covington Charley Young Frank Pitoniak Allen Thomas Tom Almon Shelly Fowlkes Bill Mead john Fefhtel Bill Chappell Harry Moses jim Cheek Randy Snow Claude Phillips Bob Carter Dave Stroyan Chuck Parrish Charley Reed Glen Hass Greg Wilkes Bob McKinnon Bob Gooding john Traendley Mike Kelly Ron Lankford Lee Tougas Corkey Priep Fred Howard Kep Grevemberg jim Ewart Mike Wrightsman Van johnson Doug Craig Pele Young Mike McLean jim Zickos Bill Ossenberg Don Sigler Tom Hyatt Danny Rodgers Eddie Stakes Marshal MacFarlane H 'llll My lllll' ii lg lil Sv f 1 I. is v ,. ,f 'TZ' Qt..- ,nl- -,,,....1--' ,AA-ln K ,.....---""" ,,,..-1-u-ISIC? ui ,,y.--cnvli -pier' l Beta's Mark 50 Years After 50 years of Beta Brotherhood on the Tech campus, the Betals have es- tablished a reputation of not being the or- dinary kind of fraternity men. Not a very nice thing to say about a bunch of sweet guys. Perhaps a few word pictures will clar- ify this statement. Picture the Pack Rat and Coke dressed as Hell's Angels riding a "hog" in the Ramblin Reck Parade. Then there was the time that the Elf was literally caught with his pants down on the front porch. It might have something to do with Miami at Christmas. Then there was the body sale at Brenau. The gape at the initia- tion at UT. The corral at luniper and Sixth. The art classes at the apartment featuring a stork and a pig. The "Cool Bear" dancing down the hall closely resembling a hippo- potamus in labor. As the year ended, the Beta's sent Almon to Africa, Phillips to Montreal, Hass on a psychedelic trip, Bolte to jerusalem, john- son to Europe, Moloney to Scott, Denny north on the BSO, Tougas to Hell, Craig to Southeast Asia, Bloom to Brenau, Coke to South America, Walters to Washington, Norman, Muhammed Rat, to the Astro- dome, and the rest of the chapter back to Atlanta to continue the Beta record of good parties, a substantial amount of campus leaders, and a fine record by anyone's stan- dards. ty. I' n . .,. " J. .f!,, x .,.v+ sw,--if .ck-1 . V il , G Ea ! fu , hm... E Ib -9, vygx bf- ? 'fx if-4 Y jfgi A gg.. -Q If .-M -,. 15-xx ' '1 ff "' .T i C 412' I nfl k' s 1' H, , 0 1?fZ3'.4 1' ff 9 x J 1 V A , ,, A H, ff fS - I , , .A U . ,f D V W, ' I .lf I! . 1 , -- f Q is-21 f 4. A ,ff ' ' 'gifwi . 'fa ight. bd, ' rwaumxij 1' WK ---.Q 4'-1 ' .N v - W, . B4 JJ, B I -sf. J U O! A 'xt' ' ,. 5 , yn ...- . A .,. - I- WN .ILT ,Q '-., f ' N-"Wg--'s' -.X -Y- 'efswi "r . NQA, -4 CHI PHI l. Bill Hoffman -. Charles Efstration 3. Neil johnson 4. john Hinton 5, Bill Iredale Pete Klosky Lamar Cline Bobby Gardner Dent Sullivan Ed Hopkins Rick Genarro Ken Lewis Leo Caspar Tom Wallace Larry Kelley Bruce Troutman Bill Cave Bo Cave Harry Alexander john Snyder jimmy Henderson Charlie Orr Randy Scoggins Steve Swift Mike Asher David Hillhouse Ralph Perry UF .ur " 'lb l N 3' ,.. - 1 ' . ff' I' ' "'H.-. ,4- :-'N . ..fv"'P"""" xg., -.Ka VAN . A "' 'Rx ffllx . . .5 X ' . ,' ,.4L,,v' I ,' 1 I f A .f'- l I .L 11 ' 'Xxf J Z J 6. ,, 10 Vx' Tl M 'If '12, S 'I ff 18 I a ' 'A A 19 5 20. i I A , 24. my .,, if 'A X 25. A 3' ve, , N' 77 j it I 3 ,8 r 's q.mw..q'vA- l- Q .-I.. "' - .1 0 .., A Rick Ansley if itll : Dick Dog to do Graduate Work at Harvard r HHNGTEN lj' ,, ii" F ff' ' T5 if 'W -i 1 'S' Much to the surprise of many outsiders, the Chi Phi's have maintained a tolerable scholastic rating over the past two years. Fluctuation has occurred between seventh and ninth among the fraternities. The return of Grundle and Beachball from their re- spective vacations at Dekalb lunior College and West Georgia, however, provides a bright scholastic future. The bad effects of broken training rules were quite evident on the Chi Phi gridiron this Fall. Partial redemption was achieved by the basketball and bowling teams, with the hope of a better program to come. What the Chi Phi's may have lacked scholastically was achieved socially, as Ralph the bill collector will readily con- cede. Parties featuring Chuck lackson and the Tams, joint parties with the Delts and the AEPi's, and the usual Friday night grab-a-date-and-scream party in the base- ment were typical of Chi Phi social activi- ties. With their old standbys of Mother Brooks, who was shared with the Robbery, and Dick, their not so sophisticated status symbol, and an outstanding pledge class, the Chi Phi's will seek to continue their fine tradition on the Tech campus. X.. 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Continuing its win- ning ways, the chapter swept the Yellow jacket basketball league with a perfect 5-0 record. Brother and pledge rivalry reached new heights during the winter quarter with Brother George exhibiting the newest style of black panties on a deserted road in north Georgia, and pledges Stackhouse and Cheek being chauffered back to Tech by the local Piedmont Park residents. 'X 'fl Harold Farber Geoffery Mendenhall Dwight Maloney Howard Wells Ken Rawlings Mike Knight james Crace Ernest Bush james Grant Tom Rinker Tom Lentz Frank Box Marvin Guthrie Ron George Allan Stackhouse Bud Bryan Doug Holly Allen Park Albert Swint Herman Maynard Ted Carruthers Eric Carlson larnes Moultrie Bobby Cheek Charlie Norris Roy LeFever Sam Johnston Rusty Rheams Sherbo Dunn Rick Dearer Nick Currey Harry Harbin john Mandell Bolo Trefry lim Cutting Skip Snead Bill Nixon Delta Sigma Phi 1. Al Waschka J. Tommy Divine 3. Mike Byorick 4. Ogden Gerald 5. Tommy Roan lm. 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A Q 5 af I 4. aff. 2" fx .g-,, , f , 'sh 4 1 v E 5 :sg f v 5 1.14 , ' ,Q-. zf, 4 :.-.2111 ...wigs QU' N125-fQ'g:.54i N, - -,,+.,Q: P X J' X 5 'od xx X O -A355 Delta Sig's Place Second in Intramural Football Competition An outstanding group of Techmen were pledged by Delta Sigma Phi fall quarter as a result of a successful rush. The positive spirit ofthe pledge class, led by Mike Sap- pington, was evident throughout the quar- ter. Winter quarter was highlighted by initi- ation and the Carnation Ball held at the Parliament House. Spring quarter promises to round out a vintage year at the Delta Sig House with the Shipwreck scheduled for April 22. On the sports scene, the Delta Sig nine overran most of the opposition on their way to a white league first place and a second place in overall Greek competition. BE gl L ! Ji' I , fv af.,4' Nb iq. f' A I JF EK Af! fv vfr . ivrifl- 1' 4 tif M-...n.. .Tux --.ADA . ..ui.n....A .4 Q-'fun 4.41 z Delta Tau Delta 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 9 10 11 12 13 1-1 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 V7 23 24 15 Z6 27 '7 -fs Marshall Wiseman Tom Fincher Tim McKinnon Dick Slabler jim Owens jack Knight Greg Cordon Charlie Grant Bob Spencer High School Byers Rylan Lewis Barry Wallis Mike Dyer Eddie Peabody Cloyd Van Hook Don Taylor jeb Barrow jackie Dooley Pat Flower Harvey Taylor Craig Lentzsch Ken Lofback Wayne Webb Hugh Walker Doug Barr john Corcia Keith lvleinert jim Little jeff Floyd Victor Williamson Grady Parker Tom Hedrick Tom Williams Mel Arbaugh Ed Cheek Howell Reddick jack Paul Dave Putnam Dan Bouysou Carl Heckman jirn Britt Bill Storey Mike Young Frank Craffeo Mrs. Nell Green Robert Bullock Dale Kays Nick Lappos Bruce james jim Woicik Steve Chun Phil Mills Don Glenn Robert Eyster Bob Crowder if 'ia mwfn:Y1fRHf"sf'NgV.w Mfr ft ws DW .1 4 Clothes Make the Well Rounded Fraternity Man The story of Delta Tau Delta is a story of versatile strength, building a well-rounded fraternity man. Each brother and pledge has an excellence of his own which he shares with his fraternity. From this comes the de- velopment and brotherhood sought in fra- ternity life, Spirits ran high at the Delt House during fall with a pledge class of 42, the school volleyball championship, a pledges 4.0, and the Delt invasion of school publica- tions, athletics, and organizations. Brothers Byers and Wallis headed competitive camps for the development and launching of hot air and plastic bag UFO's. Sharp- shooter Nichols donated his prize squirrel carcass as a substitute for the Balfour skin promised to the Georgia chapter while Brother Meinert revived the spelunking crew on the jaunts into Cemetery Pit. Full length movies at the house filled Friday nights while the usual combo parties, apart- ment gatherings, and night clubs continued the necessity of "Milton's clothes runs." Winter quarter Gatlinburg ski trips, so- rority formals, and outings in North Geor- gia mountains preceded the Rainbow Weekend. Many rah-rahs changed from black to brown as spring brought the return of the famous Delt "gooney launcher," boasting a minimum range of 400 feet. Delta Tau Delta planned to finish this year just as they have done in the past. That is, a strong bid for the IFC trophy, contin- ued variety in social events and parties, and a shaft TV Lab final. Beauties Miss Blueprint Miss Homecoming Mrs. Homecoming Creek Goddess DU's Pledge Record Class of Twenty-five Still the youngest charted fraternity on the Tech campus but the oldest national fraternity represented on campus, Delta Upsilon has taken a giant step forward in its growth this year. The record fall pledge class of twenty-five men swelled its ranks and boosted the group into the next higher athletic league, a mark sought for several years. As a result of the increased competi- tion, DU's previously unblemished football record suffered somewhat, but even as the season progressed the boys began to find themselves. Not only did they hold their own, they proved to be formidable oppo- nents throughout the remainder of the ath- letic year. Even though relatively young as a chap- ter, DLJ has developed some rich traditions over the years. Brother Bear is reviving the old Bathtub tradition by renovating a vin- tage Cad, and it appears that sweetheart Gretchen Cousin will get her man. a-K L. ,. Ed Fowler Henry Hurst Pat Collins Steve Talarovvski john Renfroe Rich Reeves Claire Pretchtel Richard Dolce Roy Whitehead john l-laeger Dave Moody Harry Smith Bob Lawson Tommy Burson johnny Black judson Pugh Rick Long Charles Crutchfield Brian Wirz Steve Minnich Mike Spring Sandy Kirkandall jeff Salter Bob Wylly johnny Wilson Bill Anderson Don Hempson Sonny Monfort Bob Nance jiin Stracuzzi jim Parsons H I I 2 nfl , I, J7Q,g v 1 V i . 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I 5 XQ 'I gr-fi Al :SH N . u A 1 Y? 1 .J .J -Q -in 1'.1- "I,- ' '-1 iff' Y 'F ' ' ' 1 -'fp' Kappa Alpha Order Malcom Sutter Charles McLellan jimmy Applegate Ronnie Ogletree Butch Crouch Prince jinright Bill Herzig Brant Conner Butch Ellars Dave Gell Bobby Goodman Fred Pucciano jim Preston jimmy Roddy john Keys Walter Avery Bob Fenet Charles Nelson Don Shearouse Sam Severance Duke Lafaye David Laffitte julian Lesueur Frank Purvis George McCutchen Dirk Tucker johnny Miller Evans Sumner Mike Wyzga Buddy Kelly Ralph Davault Ken Guthrie Chuck Kerr Daly Smith jimmy Eager Bill McBride Hodge Golson David Haines Larry Gurley Art Foster Stuart McLellan Rusty McCall David Burnett Betsy White john Bacon Steve Almond Ben Grimes Colie Dyson Ken Love Mike Kelly Tom Hogan Sandy Rose Bill Hardin Richard Bates Bobby Sharp john Wood lifll 2222, 'Sill' Uukvrlliox i 1- M 4 r Q wma as j ' Q- 8 R gn Hg ,, ,, 3 O fl 1+ 'J 9 "Q 2371 ' 'A I 'A I6 .1 , . . .4l' Q 1 S 9.2 I . A y ff 9' I 2. -s EN., ge, ll. .V e X' .7 Q F3 Hr' tap, vb? N- W f7'1 .Q if "m .L p 1 4 v x I 1 ei? 5 u .Q-I F 9 ' ' 4 ' f1-N14 f . 1 -1 7, l 5, X , A '.. 'N 1 ,A '-Q45-I-sf-S.. K' 'Q W 1 X-Nz. Q3 ,s s BRZZZUZBZZHSZS :min sing: Ltgpgij :man , 55 v 3233! 5' 233311 29 f azxszzf' 23337 '-2 H K Everyone Wants a KA Flag This was an amusing year at Alpha Sig- ma's crumbling little manse at the corner of Fifth and Techvvood. First the roof col- lapsed, which was pretty funny in itself, and then there were the visits from the friendly midnight pansy, which was pretty gay, and then things like the Behemoth Rat mauling three pledges, the marriage of the cook and the houseboy, Grace's pot shop, and grades, not to mention all the joyous moments that life at dear old Mother Tech is bound to produce. At least for the first time in seven years the sun shined for Old South. Also the moon. For those few frats who have not yet got- ten their ovvn authentic Confederate Flag from our lofty spire, be patient. We are having special souvenir copies made up and sent to all IFC members. Besides the next one you steal is going to be firmly attached to Golson's toe, so you'll have to take him too. ' s l . is N X P lst i kt Q 2 L ' t 't tc .M Kappa Sigma 1. Eddie Godfrey 2. Butch Gill 5. Vince Massiniini 4. Pete Smith 5. Steve White 6. Blue 7. Scratchy Walker 8. Mike Lutz 9. Cliff Hutchinson 10. Don Batchelor 11. Mac Anderson Il. Mrs. Enns 11. Mike Lynch 14, Hank Sadler 15. john Rowley 16. Hank Crye 17, Ricky Cox 18. Mac Ryland 19. Ronnie Turner IO. Todd Ettlinger 21. Mike Beglin 22. Danny Pendarvis 23. john Stafford 24. Polak Solak 25. Ecl O'Conner 26. Larry Pierce 27. Fred Buse 28 Russ Carlson 29. johnny Potts 30. Allen Piggott 31. john Green Creighton Horne Gary McAulifte Dale Winship john Holliday Tommy Purser jim Nichols Charley Thomas Buggar Sheenan john Roberts Bill Thacker Dickey Wrenn Mike Henry Bob Fritze Charlie Robinson Ed Allen Marc Roach Getra Dunn ,p l aj 'Mi'-fgm XB hkiiats tit ............-11.-..., I I 3 B W I i, Q -.----.1..4. 1 ..'...,..--.-..-..-g-- --v--svn'---no Life at the Animal Farm CPM ,f The animals at the Sixth Street barn were friskier than ever this year due to a terrific roundup this fall. A grand total of 35 strays found their way into the corral due to the efforts of Doug Clark and the Hot Nuts and the old critters from the Kappa Sig zoo, led by Blu the Super-Dog. Surprisingly enough, the pack did exceptionally well on the Hill this year. The all-rnen's overall was sur- passed and 26 of the new stock became eligible for initiation. The IFC points began piling up early this year as the pack placed third in the Reck Parade, second in football, and first in the Campus Chest Drive. Meanwhile, one of the less obnoxious of the chosen few, Ron Turner, became the new Student Body Vice-President. The woods atop Stone Mountain became a favorite stomping ground this year as the horde had several parties there, including their annual Black and White Formal with the Fabulous Tams. A special award was presented the clan this year for using the most 16 ounce opaque containers in a 48 hour period. All in all it was an obnoxiously fruitful year. Xiu' 314 5 - 1 x it -L r 5 ' ,-'fi ' x ,T-Ki 53:3 'fi N? S4513 Wiz. ffl F55-: A-,Ag :EE i' wg It .w E fi '1 .E 'iw . ,ag ,il vga! : if :' Hit? .Q '532'-f x, 23. 'QQ Miss Blueprint Melissa Croseclose, no relation to Colo- nel Croseclose, was selected by the BLUE- PRINT staff as Miss Blueprint 7967. A native of Kingsport, Tennessee, she is a freshman at Tech's hunting ground, Agnes Scott Col- lege. An art major with a special liking for Salvidor Dali, she wishes that Techmen didn't have to study so much. lYT"'s 7 I 77" 1 W ' gn. 11 ' "'. nuuouo . tsl 54 I ,, vnu YQYWIW 888888888888 yqfqyg YQIQIYYYVYUY 666666666662 I Axlklklllilk IWVWVYYQUWUWPYIYYYYIYYYU 88888888888 il!! YQIIUQYYYIYW 8889 889888 8. lil V171 .Zigi ve- ,w ' ix. .av .fl Gene Hatcher Bill Hutson Chip Bagby Richard Taylor Harris Blauser Don Harry Dan Omer Ken Cargill johnny Vance Mike Zimmerman Bill Teague Charles Musselman Fred Smith Dan Woods Benny Dyer lim Bray Charles Andrews 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 Z5 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 Paul Wehner Clark Smith Gene VanEtten Richard Kent Dick Volauka Charlie Beadles Larry Vining Flash McGinnis Bruce Robertson Steve McCranie Byers Rogan Mike Cooner Rig Duncan Bob Bucchis Pat Molloy Dennis Williams Wally Till Mike Gill Ron Sprayberry Paul Lipke T. l. Richardson Mike Grayson Rob Haughton Chuck Shalley Bill Armentrout Dick Cox Bob Bradley Chuck Shiver Alan Oester Hubert Deaton Duane Houercamp lim Richwine Bruce McCully Don Cox 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 Buddy Kilpatrick Bruce Williams Chip Cunningham Ray Eberly lim Cullerton Mike McCloskey Mike Hefner Bill Moore jon Couch Alan McFalls Nick Born Bill Hollingsworth Dave Robertson lim Larkin Lambda Chi Alpha 0 A 9 1!m'5iV in Wimfif 5 8 i'!5WvMi7 , a 3 r I 4- . Q ' Yr h A 1 , A 49' ' f X r 'A ' ' W5 we Q ,f"" Q . gl ,5 ff N '34 Q 'Sw 'Vo XA, .y.,.,.4 ' Q vm"'- R - ., f ,P 13-,ij.,g452U52'3r'-.5, ., , , s"""s x EW? if Y' in ' Z,,,,,.., ,J 'Y sg . 'S nu '- .. g f Green Machine Gets New Garage .,..1'ff' Z"' 'X' The Beta-Kappa Zeta of Lambda Chi Al- pha, affectionately known as "The Green Machine," is a mover, as shown by its wake of accomplishments. Perseverance and hard work, coupled with a generous and inter- ested alumni, resulted in a S135,000 addi- tion to the existing dorm facilities. Sched- uled for completion in the Summer of 1967, the new house, together with the re- cently completed dorm, will bring the total living accommodations to fifty-three, larg- est on campus. A fraternity thrives on brotherhood, however, and not on its housing facilities. For this reason the broth- ers of the "Green Machine" derived a great satisfaction from the Orphan Christmas Par- ty and managed league championships in football, volleyball, and basketball. This yearfs social activities began with the annual "mau-mau" rush party for which the house was transformed into a tropic isle complete with lovable hula girls. Other highlights on the social calendar included two super weekends, Founder's Day Cele- bration and Ski Weekend in Gatlinburg. Lambda Chi is also one of the few fraterni- ties who can boast of a true celebrity for a housemother. Mrs. Gladys jones, about to begin her eleventh year with the Lambda Chi's, was selected as National Housemoth- er of the Year in 1964. Phi Delta Theta i mi if il if ll Mists Ted Schabel Luke Snelson jimmy Brown Doug Barlow Bill Vernon Ken Adams Tom Leslie Mills Rooks Mac Peden Charlie Robbs Bill Morrison lack Banbury Chip Mills lack Klocke Gary Butler Bill Gris! Andy Porter Richard Knight Robert Melton Bill Smith Terry Honan Gaul! Robertson Bill johns Gene Kelly Ashley Whitehurst limbo Liipfert lack jones nr- ,,...,, ,in-fm E - . HT.. ,xo ,J uf 5 Q ,H W N ,, ,QI f -. was ! - , If llll 4 4 Y rf' nu YFIIO Y I , . A- -unuun-B' 'Y'--fu" ,ab f ,...- ' aw. 3 .QL 321 IM! WIP-it i K was :Ling i' ' 1'-.M 4.54 Q.. N1 PQI! m D 1-,V CJ,"4' X 1 Delts Win Basketball Championship ll llfnl lil N i. llt 'Uwe N at -lvl In keeping with tradition, the Phi Delts proved strong among the Greeks in intra- mural competition by capturing the school championship in basketball, For the second year their roster closely resembled the pro- gram at a Georgia Tech football game. The Phi Delts also made a strong showing so- cially with several houseparties and many combo parties. Poo Poo social activities were highlighted by the Bowery Ball, the annual costume ball held during winter quarter just before initiation. Being active in community service proj- ects, the Phi Delts participated in the Emp- ty Stocking Fund, the Campus Chest Drive, Help Week, and National Community Ser- vice Day. its ,ti X95-,2, f 'sig sh ., . -. 'F' 1 C- , v. - ,Q wr -, 'ftwgaqxg-'f -i ' 1 141,95 H 'L v x 'L-X' Phi -in Epsilon -' W ATR 'M w mv? "' s wans' A ,N yi Q .,-.. , A -. 'wr 5? ' ' . if.-if-ku i ' .'.,m.,- . 'Qs,Af'Q 'N gl, :-il . , -, , , -rt, z. .. f . , ,. . .Hi .. X ,, -. Sq 1, -. . -.: 1 z, xg. x, '. N., , 1. Bob Shulman 2. Steve Newfield 3. Howard Karchmer 4. Bill Blumberg 5. Sam Moskow 6. Alan Cushing 7. Dave Cohn 8. Barry Bogin 9. jon Block 10. Mike Rosenbleeth 11. Hal Matison 12. Dane lsmart 13. Mark Witten 14. Paul Kelman 15. Larry Henschel R. V VX - Phil Oddenheim Glenn Sirkis Chuck Davis Larry Zirin joel Schanker Lee Newman Bernie Brien Pete Schwartz Steve Steinclel Mark Goodman Terry Colker Stuart Reisman Mike Weinstein Brian Tunkel Ken Sandler - Harvey Helman Bill Price Bob Tilchin Steve Bush Ron Pohl Lennie Greene Ron Gartner Bruce Roth Lennie Segall Bob Goldman Larry Fishman Mike Zarovsky Butch Lutz .x uw- ...... 'Q 5 ,Q Q4 4" Qs, N. ' Q 1 9 C 1 '11 Ulg r 1 1 4 ll', .Nu 1 "wiv" f u!,Q','qg41.Qi s N..us79Q111a', "Nq111- '4 . WQQQQQQQZZQ' 'NtQ5l!g1,l'f we f Q- - ,,'Q1i5!tbQ..o:x. 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'-1 :JAMA ' 1-' ',..,.4!x-xfk' an Phi Ep's Rank First Scholastically The Xi Chapter of Phi Epsilon Pi contin- ued its tradition of excellence through the past year by ranking first scholastically among the Greeks for the past four quarters and by winning the IEC Scholarship Trophy the past two years. ln addition to academic achievement, Phi Ep was prominent in ath- letics. Snagging a league first in football, Phi Ep vvent on to place fourth in the school tourney. Second place finishes in basketball and volleyball, together with fine efforts in bowling and softball, rounded out the year. Not neglecting service projects, the Phi Ep's participated in the Empty Stocking Fund, the Campus Chest, the March of Dimes and the Red Cross Blood Drive. So- cial activities vvere highlighted by the an- nual Dream Girl Coronation, held at the Biltmore. 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L 'tri' r 52- i I J ' 1 M Phi Gamma Delta Mark Tigh Dave Henry Rick Borges john Parks jim Morrill Steve Lester Mike McGrath Tom Brisbois Don Couch Robbie Akenhead Ed Shipp Tom Marschall Chuck Vessey Gerald Armstrong George Stewart Terry Watson Danny Shypula liff Farley Steve Collins Doug Hinely jim Slusher Stuart Gaston jim Coursey Towt Dunn Bruce Miller Lee Mashburn Sherm O'Brien Sam Price Colin Barker Ray Dicasali Dick Wells Brian Wright Dean Watts lim Fowden Norm Pryor jirn Nelson Mike Woodall Dave Schaufle john Briggs Russ Chandler Greg Robbins Rod Parker Dave Roebm Rick Woodwa rd Tim Reed Larry Bortner 45190 -rv-u Mrs. Gertrude Suchke lohn Hayes Mike johnson Eddie Eldredge Andy Kohl Gerry Harris john jamgocbian Dick Hertz Pat Putnam Lana Danver Charlie Bass Phil Scott loe Englehardt Warren Goodwin Carl MaCPhee Bob Rychly Natives Capture Display Prize This vear, in keeping with the spirit ol the well-rounded fraternity, the Figis can claim achievements in every phase of col- lege life. A successful rush started fall quarter which was highlighted by a first place in the Homecoming Display competition, re- sulting in a color television for the house. The wrestlers and bowlers both took third place in school competition, while the other intramural team did well in league play. The social highlight of the year was the fabulous Figi Island Party which proved that even college men have animal in- stincts. The Purple Carter Formal provided a break during winter quarter that will long be remembered. The Figis, being active in community service projects, were among the leaders in the Empty Stocking Fund and the Blood Drive. ' ' T-, as 4 , X "Im-S+ f' Jr. Phi Kappa Sigma 1 Tommy Tyler 14, J, Bob Lrnflley 15. 5 loe Catapano 15, 4. lohn Ktmlver 17. 5. Ed Cook 18. tu. loc Wfullramson 19. 7. Ntclx Faust JU. 8. Bull Snellgrovv 21. 9, Monty Rawls ll. 10, Clay Stolws 23 11. Bob Hot-nos 14 11. lam Pont 15. Dave Gentry Rod Tennyson lim Hrckey Carl Barber Richard Owen Ken Wilson Steve MacFarland VValt Lewis Brll Quinn Ron Dickerson Clwudk Rosclwaclw Howard Crandall ..,,, 4- -...M 5-if. 0 1 N tx K 51 13. Charles Stvnne-It 26, Bob Black i A fl I ll. K l P' lt l y 4 S X . l N v Q I F it , . fr H 1 r 5 if , .1 jn- P . rg 461-' ,ft L 5, J . . is we My ",l ' . LII' X , A A-,Av V hu.: V 'F 'E f 'vs n. ' 60' Skulls Plan A New House Alpha Nu chapter of Phi Kappa Sigma was founded at Tech in 1903. Known as the Phi Kaps or Skulls, the brothers have always been a small, close-knit fraternity. Member- ship is kept at approximately 50, thereby promoting closer brotherhood within the chapter. The Phi Kap philosophy is "Study hard, Party hard." They continue to be one of the top fraternities scholastically while provid- ing parties of excellence. The top social events of the year was the Hawaiian Luau rush party and the Black and Gold Formal held in Winter quarter. 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' .- .4 ' 1.9, -. '.'-4,', ,.,.--,.- . For the Phi Tau's, the school year of 1966-'67 was one of success in the face of hardships. Using tents to provide a carnival atmosphere on site of the new chapter house, the brothers conducted a spirited rush which culminated in the pledging of twenty-five men on Pledge Sunday. High- lighting rush were such social extravagan- zas as a hillbilly party, complete with a drunken chicken, and a black light party. Other big social events during the year were the Founders Day cocktail party and the annual Red Carnation Ball in the spring quarter. Athletically, the Phi Tau's had a good year, giving the other fraternities in the Tor- nado League plenty of tough competition. Also, this years pledge-active sports func- tions were hailed as the best in recent years. Not neglecting the academic side of col- lege, the Phi Tau's spent many sleepless nights struggling with the Hill, but the ef- fort paid off by giving the chapter its fif- teenth straight quarter above the all-men's average. U A 'xv' I lf 'fl uf ELT? PORTABLE SANHATION GA. 351 I 339 Phi Kappa Theta Establishes Colony Phi Kappa Theta Colony, founded April 4, 1966, conducted its first formal rush this fall, depending mainly on quality instead of quantity for its first pledge class. Member- ship has steadily increased from thirteen to twenty-one. The chapter participated in two fiascos in the past year: the Ramblin' Reck parade and Greek Week 1966 in which the Kaps' nemesis, the shaft, played an important role and broke, allowing the charioteer to assume his natural spread- eagle position in order to complete the race. The Kaps were also active in community service projects by holding a Christmas or- phan party and participating in the Empty Stocking Fund, grossing an average of twenty dollars per man. Phi Kappa Theta acquired a temporary office in the old third floor fire-escape of the Knowles Building. They plan to have a house by the Fall of 1967 and are presently accepting applications for house-mothers. l I 1 tl' iiim ii 1. Ronald Desilelts 2. Gary McClain 3. Ken Cilletl -l. Andrew O'Corman 5. Ralph Cretzinger 6. Fran Ketter 7. Albert Mangin 8. Dick Hays 9. Dan Plafcan 10. Dave Hiland 11. Adrian McManus 12. Bob Captain 13. Mike Penney ri i 53 x l Z Xb, Q 5Q -. . ir -4. "N Am wx .. by qi:- gk . Qing? -ax ' ?qb -QL x ,4 Y Q 113 'Q sh! . X I-Q x ,,,, ry -Q :Eh PL rx S I L' s 'r . ,. . ""N Phi Sigma Kappa Ringo Rum Fronw Dave Dillinger lim Thrmh George Smith l.OLllGllZH1I'1IFlS Greg Weaver Don Brown JNlIlx0,XlL1!UlOfCl Bob Holbrook Danny Rohlvrns lxen limcla Roger Godwin Mn. Lucy Steeg Larry Allxlf15OI'l Danny Coggnns Mike Moran George Kolpin Tony johnson Lane Ware Tom Doxvcly lrm Harvey john Brock Randy Scroggrns Steve MLDonough Dave Collrns Tom Marahall Tom Mooney Charlie Schmidt Wendell Clark Mark lohnaon lol! Nusa Harry Cornlo SamVCannon loo Rchcler Bull Marshall Tom Crozan Marshall Weaver Dave Frohn Spencer Gardner 'L I-I' 1 . .. .1 ,H , - 5. ,iw ' we-"tl I M, ' , 'i'l.u:'g': 'Id' cfm A 0 PF! ' sf .-JQ, J f Q, 'YM if f I ,., Sw.. , J ' 3 f , i4 5 gi Qfiff' , X -Q x J gf ww 2 134--?' :gf Y , Zhi ? s. 1 , 1 1 -2 'Ss Q 7 -.Q--an - H! ti .Qi EH 1 Thirty-five men chose to wear the "Tri- ple-T" Phi Sig pledge pin this year. A full schedule of parties made Tech bearable both for the aged upperclassmen and these men. Nearly every weekend found the Phi Sig House carpeted wall-to-wall with happy party goers. The better bashes included a Hell's Angels Party, a B-C party and a beach party in lanuary, complete with eight tons of sand. A fairly successful athletic year saw Phi Sigma Kappa raise eye-brows as contenders in intramural football and basketball. After the regular basketball season, a challenge was accepted and the Phi Sig's followed up by easily handling the Georgia Baptist School of Nursing team. Homecoming was a miserable combina- tion of fire and water, as the reck burned and the display drowned. But the Christmas season soon took over, and the Phi Sig's took first place in collections for the Empty Stocking Fund. Phi Sigs Fill Empty Stocking 'nfiiif sv, 'j-ri W- -m CQ fxxsz W fx . , ig, I, Dwi, X! -'Pl' A-7' ,f,1v.,g . A, Q .,. w. , I V? I Q . 'fy ' " I . Q., ."".1' ' -,,'.- 'P - ..'.' - Miss Homecoming For the first time in ten years a contestant from a non-Creek organization was se- lected as Miss Homecoming. The Photo Club managed to end this monopoly with its entry, Miss Nancy McLean, a senior at Agnes Scott. Upon graduation instead of returning to her home in Rocky Mount, North Carolina, she plans to stay in Atlanta to teach. ,, , .,..,,r . ,. 5 ' Os. J 9 -2 11 .wi I I 5 Lf 3 N ' 2 I - ,f . I Q Yi " ' 3 It " I 2 i: if i f i A f ' Q ' 3 'V , 192 A ., , ,f f B . " 3 . " ,Q l 3' ' H , ' 1 , : I w 1 9 4 f' :xi "1 r s Q54 I,-N, -,ka ..,-'I ' - 657 .I'IyIrg I9I. nw. ,I . -5 N , T Z.. X .M-o' X, 35' -iff --Y.: f s A x J, 5 -gs- ew., f,w....a-.- 'Z .1..f new 4 .Ii is Ij., , , I, , ,it .1 - , II .,I.II,'I.I5I III: ,II . I w .Va ,,. i..: 5 're , 'f'E"' X - 412- - O ia' -wi.- ' vw -. Y. , . 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I Pike Dreamgirl Gains National Honor This school year has been one of the most eventful in Pi Kappa Alpha's sixty- three years at Georgia Tech. The Pikes were well represented at the National Conven- tion in St. Louis. Miss jenny Lee, the Tech chapter Dreamgirl, was one of three final- ists in the National Dreamgirl Contest. This honor set the mood for a very successful Fall rush. The chapter pledged thirty-two outstanding men, initiating nineteen during Winter quarter. Their great spirit was shown by their remodeling endeavors, and their success in the annual bottle hunt and the Pledge-Brother football game. The Black and White Formal came at the height of a most enjoyable social season. The formal on Friday night and the Black and Blue on Saturday night were only a part of one of the best weekends anyone could remember. Miss Linda Allen was named as lenny's successor as Dreamgirl. In summary, the school year was charac- terized by impromptu fire engine rides, even more impromptu studying, trips to Gettysburg, a wreck that almost made it up Fowler Street, and Miller's graduation. But all was not of such a light nature. On August 20, 1966, Alpha Delta lost one of its youngest and I11OSt promising Brothers with the tragic death of Robert Luda Griner. Bob was initiated May 13, 1966. In his memory was established the Robert Luda Griner Memorial Award for the most outstanding pledge. 27+ X.. .. X ., 5 ',, ,, 43 1' VT. wif' "Emi, .Z E2 Jil' W f '-Q 15 v. . aw '...XaF3' ,fJ:.a.lQ. 2.5 :t - X. , ,,, 2525: X ' N52 ' 3:1-an - is - 1' f VN , Wi? ENE? 5 'fe - : uf V1 IJ .-vs 1 E. ' -.- -- . , ., , , , , .1 H I-PG V, . A If ., . 1' ,L . 1. Q A ,X f X U 1 , i -1. n" "1 " 'E -.Q Q3 :i 5 -e f vr E, if f N muh, Qu 2 I u ' mv at Z vi "5'ff+' ,,--Q. " 1 'rw . ' 350' ' ., ..-.x- , ,- .M ,, Q .-- - 1' "'- .. 5 X V., 0 - ., ' f..f,...,.g-4, . - , . ., , ., par MM, , LA ,MH - , - -.. um. B. , 5 'Q .X i-X Q 2f5"3."iSEl'?iES J1':',,:4i-H :xv gil. A A Phi Kappa Phi's Brick Shack Dying Did you ever walk along Fowler Street and look down across Peter's Park at a little red brick shack with Pi Kappa Phi on the front column and ask yourself - is that a fraternity? Well - damn right it is! Iota chapter of Pi Kappa Phi has a long history - a history sometimes brilliant, sometimes lackluster. Recent years could well be called a lackluster period, but lota's star is now on the rise. This Fall saw the largest pledge class in history enter the chapter, and the Winter quarter found most of these pledges initiated. Pi Kaps have continued to show up ex- cellently in competition for IFC points, ranking far above much larger chapters on campus. This has been the case particularly in the area of scholarship. lt appears now that the little red brick shack is on the way out. On February 16, 1967, funds became available for construc- tion of a new house to be located at 845 Techwood Drive. This new house, aside from being much larger and more modern than the present quarters, is in an excellent location for harassing the Tech co-eds, O'keefies, and expressway traffic. The social year was highlighted by the Rose Ball, held in Winter quarter. This big bash right in the middle of a dull quarter is always the occasion for joyful Pi Kap broth- erhood and revelry. Ai 1. lanfis Aldridge 2. Steve Henry 3. Doug Evans 4. Don Bridgewater 5. Henryjehan 6. jeff Lynn 7. Raymond Brown 8. Mike Perdue 9. Charlie Nichols 10. Gary Coffman 11. jeff Underwood 12. Marty Roth Clip Collins Cactus lack Marling Charles Hodges Gene Usry Ted Carlick jim Crigsby Chuck Hughes Mike Rossi Tom Christian Al Boucugnani john Ogburn l. 5. 4 5 fl 7 8 ll lll 'll 'll 13 l-l 'lg 'lb 17 I8 va QU 71 77 13 l-1 'S 16 '7 18 29 30 ll 31 3,3 5-l 35 ,lb '37 .58 39 -10 -ll -ll 43 44 Dc-nm5 james Sunny Swarm Tum Davla lam Clullwrl Pal Parrwh Hasty Iuhmon Dun luster Slap Tinsley Rummy- Carter luhn Houscr Philip Smith johnny MCNQL-ly Dulx Lwlcy Cl1'fmrgs'M1lChL'll Paul Pamter Clvmlrge lackson Sally Bdll1l7I'IClgG Chnp Alxrlclgv Buhlny Chlhscm Bull Conner Bull Greer jim my l-laygoocl Bully Parham Boom' 'Smith Ru hard Harm Lf-cl Slanlurcl Cll11mCl10oVVlllls Hull llmyzc' Stl-W Dame-l Tummy Chapman Al Blaclxwobcl FruslVNurIl1 Rugvr Rollim lolm Sims Tum Cruwley Bull Rudolph Mnlw Comer Sammy Fuwler Row Daniel Duke Goasage D1-nny Edmislon Allen Yaleb Paul Bennett Dcrelv Dulce y M Q Sigma lpha Epsilon as ,.,. .4 ' ' so B . a , -4 . 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The SAE House was the scene of various other activities fall quarter, Among these were participation in the Greater Atlanta Cancer Crusade, the pinning of Eyleen jackson as sweetheart, a full party schedule, and a Christmas party for orphans. Winter quarter started with its usual After having a successful rush and win- slow pace, but the brothers soon tired of ' their inactivity. Even during the cold winter months, there were plenty of places to let off steam. Al's Corral furnished a perfect place for "over the hump" parties. On weekends, many brothers branched out to such places as the Gatlinburg ski slopes and the Daytona 500 for additional recreation. Q. Vw 1 M.-WW nv f 1 f fver- J.. M. gy 3.- ,F JF ,n.. T. ,c Mrs. Homecoming Sponsored by the T-Club, Mrs. Carol Mason was selected as Mrs. Homecoming for 7966. The wife of punting and high- iump specialist Charlie Mason, she hails from Atlanta's Northside and spends her days as a district secretary for Tel-Auto- graph Company. af" 'tu .. Z ! b I 5 ' Sigma Chi fs.. if -f 5 x v ' ' f " - M ' m 'Q , 4- , A Q . Y ,- ' A 4 ' ' " I - K w . l ' 1 1 - ' I'-1 "' J- ' 'u' 'gg' 'T W9 by ms wmwi a.4. ." I 1. .- 'id 'sg' SM. .1 Woody Camp Tom McDaniel Dan Tarkington Terry Ciltner johnny Osmundsen David Crockard Bill Smith Pete Hohgood Ed Decker Mike Aiar jimmy Darden Tommy Rogers john McRae Weems Turner Don McDermott Neil johnson Bruce McMurray joe juhan Craig Reynolds Fred Schuller tiki . Eddie MCCrory . Rohh Mitchell . Lamar Wright , Charles Huey . Larry Starke . Saxby Chaplin . Mike Morrell . Charlie Brown . Tripp jones . Val Valdes . Frank Birdsong , Rolf juzi . joe Cooper . Danny Shank . Pele Palmisano . jafk Armstrong . Frank Brown . Mike Whatley . Chad Smith , Allan Brooks -il -ll. 43 44 45 46. 47 48 49 50 51 52 S3 54 55 S6 57 58 S9 60 jimmy Mt'Mullen Cary Steele Paul Faletti Alex Gregory Roland jones Don Holland Dave Casey joe Hornluuckle Bohhy Martin john Echterhott' Clay Williams james Vaughn johnny Nix Lewis Patterson Dee Dyer Tom Phillips joel Pittard john Lee Dick Boyer Richa rd Lockwood Ol til 63 till 65 bb 67 08. 69. 70 7'l 72 73 74 75 76. 77 78 joe Vitunif Rick tiadcl Sam jones Doug Bangerl Bill von Hedemann Steve Denning Tom Horton Roy Owen George Lawley Sam Smith Niles Bolton Tom Daniel joe Wright Wes Field Frank Fidler jimmy Armstrong Mike Mc Mantis Bradley Curtis ' v-. . of-Y 1 4-P-"3sT95'7'r-Q - 'Lf Q, KA, f1n"..-,:' -,.,gi-5 -1-I ss . - .-, Q ,g -.-- ., , . 4 Y . a ..,.,-a5 i Q..-3:15 'T 'C '14 :Q v I .X '4.- ' . .1- First Derby Day Is Great Success The Sig house still echoes with the femi- nine frolics of last year's first and highly successful Derby Day. The girls from Tech, Scott, Emory, and Georgia State will once again invade the campus this spring in search of Sig derbies, and under the direc- tion of President james Vaughan and Derby Day Chairman Robb Mitchell, Derby Day looks as if it will be an even greater success this year. The rainy weather that predominated throughout Homecoming dampened every- thing but the spirits of the men of Sigma Chi. Despite the rain, the Sig's produced a second-place winner in the Homecoming Displays. The thirty-foot Nittany Lion roared his disapproval over the defeat of Penn State throughout the weekend, only to be tamed time and time again by a minia- ture Ramblin Reck that drove around the Sigma Chi lawn. Headed by Chairman Paul Faletti, Fall Rush proved to be one of the best in the Sig's many years at Tech. Forty- five boys pledged, and twenty-seven were initiated this winter. With this record pledge class to their credit, the Sig's are looking forward to a prosperous spring and summer rush later this year, The Sweetheart Weekend, held in the first of March, was the weekend of the Sig's social year. As if a house full of girls wasn't enough to make any weekend a successful one, the Sweetheart Weekend was high- lighted by a formal dance and banquet atop Stone Mountain. Loud music, a new Sweetheart, and a multitude of opaque containers proved to be the perfect remedy for those pre-finals tensions. . fy' 358 QN4 X rl! Y 1 za I 1 5 5 at A+-. , iff Ax:- ,Egg M . - is . H B ' ,. H 1? ,gg I- 5 if '57 Vi' .mn -158 .if N W W N -.. cn 1 , v ,C In 5.1 wk , 0 1 I ,hy Ol 1 In O 4 . . ' ' 11 D ll' 4 1 xfs f' ,,, 'rf --'L -1 , A '- I V 94, .'1i'4 . , ck .q X S-,. 1-4 f., x, Q xx , -, ' R 'N Q fr A 1 ,. J N' 1 I P -X kj rf f'1' vi J I Hn. -35 .4 I, Q...-..: ,.., -fax... w i"' 'v- .Tho .-k. ,t K--Y L V'-t'. N L 1 t QQ ii' 'if' , , -. 1 f rn A i lx Q . Hiya .17 'N Sigma Nu lim Meyer Lane Crocker john Thigpen Bruce Cook Danny Anderson George Fauerbacl' Mom Glenn Lee Cannon Tony Henderson Hank Frampton Guy Miller Merrill Elam Theo Harness Kirby Nelson Tom Dean Bill Shook jon Lumb Rick Clark Fred Link Don johnson Hawley Smith Billy White Ed Simmons jeff Golden David Gibson Cleve Doster Bill Poland Richard Ramsey Bruce McDonald jerry Goff Ross Miller Bill jacobsen Charles Horton Dick Crouch Gerry Sanders Bob Robichaub Hugh Westberry Ken Hornsby Al Hicks Lew Walker Tommy Powell Paul May Ken Crawford Wade Little Alec Tatum Ralph Justus Bob Moore lim Gibson Bart DeHaven Rick Ryder Mike Iversen Bubba Sullivan Craig Hinrichs Wade Cook lohn Plowden Rick Dun Rick Fuchs Glenn Taylor Steve Menke Bicky Stevens jim Neel Scott Rich Rusty Ragsdale Dave Whitehead john Wright Charles Bussey Richard Craig joe Netherland Tom Cauble Mike Braid Chris Hamilton Andy McKenna Dave Bastian Frank Rose " i- ' , , xl 3' Y i, ll J X i Et T lf: It-.n -' .1 girl L , is kt fits list a 'I' its . 15 4' If KW , . ,l ,Q 5 . Ext QA - l E - Q .Q Egg , 1- .l 4'-E l- I if ff: ' ali 11 L fa i L' .,,,' E35 ,155 .Ju -'J' i af-RA?" Y ef .L X Sigma Nu Welcomes ABC Two weeks of work on the snake pit prior to fall rush proved profitable by net- ting twenty-seven young Snakes, one of whom proved worthy as the freshman class president. After rush the snakes settled down to take the cross-country track meet and place second in their volleyball league. Socially, the Nu's entertained the Greek family with numerous parties, giving rise to various new dances and a new favorite pas- time. Not being satisfied with last year's effort in the flash card section, the Snakes devised another plot, the hardest part of which was being able to elude the wily campus police. The results were a banner 300 feet over Grant Field which read, "Georgia Tech Sigma Nu Welcomes ABC". Sigma Phi Epsilon I, lIm1nwNIu.m 'II 5i1l'I7Rll1WIlix I7 I l.u'l14'I.luvlu W -I. Iulm Smith W 'E INI.lllx lwlcl 'IU tl Rm1M.a3 All 5 I'mIq IIn,g.m 'U II, Ramly Mnnluxx' 45 'I Iummy tlm-xym-I.u1sl 44 IRI. lnlm Slvplu-ns V5 I I Waym' I will-In lx 'U' Il. Runnin- HJIIIN -V' II, thu: Q Imliuw 'W I-I 5lm'x1-IIIIWN 'VI IF Iam IM-1 .Nm 'IU Ili, IQIINI5 Uxm-:Inn '37 If lil Nllmlxlvy In ua lh+lmUIhmm'II 'U III. NIl'xm' IIUX R4 IU, Luk 'mrllpwllv V3 .FI Nam Ixitllltix Rf' .Tl lhnu lwlww 'IT' JI, Ulrxvu lumw W LI, IULIIN I'm'lg1m1 G" .YH IuI1l1l'.1IluI1 "U ,fb lI.1lNmn1gg 'I' .I ', ILHII kuylv I'-3 .III I1-lux Izwu M JI lklu' ll.ulvl "4 III, Rulq 5IlllllI 'IR II. im-lXl'lUl1I1NUll "Q I1 I.m1.u Ill-lmlwl I' II, IIIII Ihmi NI N. Kiil.lllI1'lnl'I1llX I", IK, Iulmu lla-Imlu-I -U X K I Q I, IWUI5WW IHIM, QI I III I IIWWimiWIII -II ,nd 'K ' sw Q ' Q .... 7.h.i . Z 1 an I8 lil MM-J N432 365 Greek Goddess The former Miss lane Durham and now Mrs. Walter Gilbert reigned over the Greeks as Greek Goddess in 1966. Entered by Sigma Chi, lane attended Georgia Southern College in Statesboro and Calls her home Quincy, Florida. Be My Valentine This year Sig Ep celebrated their sixtieth year at Georgia Tech. Highlighting the for- mal banquet at the Dinkler were Grand National President C, Maynard Turner and many other national and local alumni dig- nitaries. After a vigorous rush week, Sig Ep's in- creased their manpower by forty-one new pledges. Fate played a part in both the homecoming display and the Reck parade this year, as neither functioned. It was an active year for Sig Ep. The chap- ter publication, The Red Door, won the National Fraternity award for the second straight year. Sig Ep athletes participated actively in all sports, taking a league second in volleyball and bowling. Brother Red "Fireball" Lewis organized the second an- nual Sig Ep sports car rally which was won by Pledge Byron Gilbreath and two female navigators, The social event of the year came in February with the Golden Hearts Ball at the Hilton Inn and the pinning of a new sweetheart. The Sig Ep's received a taste of inter- fraternity rivalry when a Valentine greeting of "Be My Valentine" was painted under the heart-shaped crest on the front wall of their new house. s Y, I Q MMM WM xi 'E . N. ff f 292524: A' ' .5S'SI:Z ff --'X-' 4 .T , . N .M-:N W. W I I-A ..- xv K jg' ' ' ' 1331 A : -f. mf , f f ,I I W., -" ' if u -W ,gg . , A hi , '13 AV," M4 "" I J, -., f" 3 ' 3 , . A, 1 ,--"5 . 1 f l v AN- . I fi. N 4 I 5 'NL ,- ff E' ,- X - ' ' ,' .V ' . 4 l f -' f --f J , .4 ' J r .Q Q -vgxjx, I 'vip . 5 xy "3 1'4 --'xwv " v ,ln J QQ f .Qjgx lhww, . at auf' .E GV! I 'A I D V 1 A 5 " i' ICA, Q -5 Q Ltnxrrsl' ' '90,-'k Ll 'A '- In -' .. r ,' -' -V ... 'Q f ' ' 368 . -5 .- .N , -Q " .4 ,s Tau Kappa Epsilon - :gg Carlos Talbot Bill Carter lim Meyers Chuck Church Fred Schiesser Tom McCloud Carly Wayman Billy Harmon Steve St, Marie Mike Riggin Ed St. Clair jerry Holcomb Lamar Davis Al Culhreth . '-W-V- -.Hn-I' Q.. -' .-":--r-1... . 15. Tom King Ib, David Rose 17. lim Lyons 18. Gaines Montgomery 19. lohn Carter JU. Chuck Hummel 11, Steve Richbourg ll, lim Carreker 23, Bob Smith 34. Dwight Sedgwick 25. lohn Crapse 26. Ed Bailey 17. Henry Reid 28. Bill Ray 'Ula 19 30 31 34 35 37 38 39 -lil 41 42 Fred Von Herman Bos Roger DeVore Ed Lecroy Bill Miller lim Negro Bob Varnadoe Pat Cleveland Tom Roller Geoff Hull Sam Matthews Skip Williams Steve Moncla john Regan x X A Ml, I I 'c. 1-FIN. Q., ' 7 'J 1' .N fx, -X ii. X . 1 , Q"A'K'U s xp, rf . Vw:-Q: Y k '-' Nw ,L-4-' U---' ,-1 'n h X B., 11.1 - , ' - I AA - L 4 Y 4 'X I ' 'xf.."'A i I . . .5 4,2 .A HV. bun f, 4 P' A ' F all ' . -' 2 , X' ..' 4 A-, . H ,K- , C, 1 Ii'.L-D I I xx 5 . 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Ot the approximately one hundred and fifty un- dergraduates who comprise the Teke chap- ter at Tech, many are co-ops. This enables the fraternity to operate successfully sum- mer quarler as well as the other three. The Teke social calendar is highlighted each year by the Red Carnation Ball. Other so- cial events this past year were two hayrides, a folk-singing party at the top of Stone Mountain, a party in a nightclub in under- ground Atlanta, and the annual weekend trip to the beach. True to tradition the Teke Village was opened to brothers' and pledges' dates for houseparties at Home- coming and Formal weekend. Among the accomplishments of the Tech Tekes this past year were the winning ofthe Ramblin Reck Parade and reception ofthe award for Top Teke chapter on a large campus. 'f-ns., ,.x.,.,-Q , . . - J Pl Qs 1, 1 VPS. 1 f S., if fm'E w . K ,1 X" - , A' , -. x ' .4 ' ,. , -. 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Roger Zampell 14. Bill Mims 15. lon Davidson 16. Iohn Paulson 17. Mike Rosinski 18. Danny Levack 19. Bill Eldridge 20. Don Beck 21. George Keister 22. Russ Livermore 23. Glen Blankenstein 24. Ken Ward 25. Mouse Cooler 26. Denny Hansell 27. Rod Tappen 28. Honey Bunch 29. Lee Bartlett 30. Dick Chapman 31. Terry Lutz 32. Charlie Kettle 33. Bill Wise 34. lerry Ward 35. lim Gordon 36. Tom Porcari 37. john Kalter 38. Sweetie Pie 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. Sw 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63. 64. 65. 66 67. 68. 69. 70. 71. 72. 73. 74. 75. 76. 77. 78. 79 80 81 Kirk Scruggs George Carmichael Tom lones War Eagle Vicki Daniel Butch Britt Charlie lerebek George Sine Bud Smith Cary Anderson Steve Chappell Doug Dodson Randy Foster Gary Mingers Georgianna Smoak Bill Spencer Madaline Renn Ken Beatty Bobby Cline Mark Elder Tom Hardy Beverly Hardy Larry Zimmer Bob Roy Warren Simonds Dick Satterfield lack Piper Guy DeRosa Sandy Whitlock Don Montoro Cathy DeRosa Bob Horton Nancy Horton Charlie Gaylord "Little Bob" Lucy Hamilton Bob Rucker Lynn Summers 5 W X imiiiiiwi 9 ii. Q it l Ffa: fi tl 'i .-:ii frail i tll , u gl if .lif- il! .3 ,a. .1 . 'Q' 315 i ' . vi, H' 5 ' . - li. f ,. if - lik 4:45 ' 11 Nil . A ni '-Q, "".9El 2 Theta Chi s Claim Coolest Party Room on Campus Zvfs L . E 191.1 3 X . -Mtv gviiw 'rv X a Q it Tech Oxmen can remember this year as one of success and achievement in many areas of fraternity life. Strengthened bv one of the largest pledge classes in recent years, the older brothers were challenged to "out-spirit" the enthusiastic pledges, whose pledge project is claimed to be the "cool- est party room on campus". After sweep- ing to a school third place in football last year, Oxjocks were forced to settle for a league second during the Fall action. Seek- ing the "Steam Valve" on off weekends, the industrious chapter finspired by the Cline- Ragan-Cook trioi engaged in activities with brother chapters at Auburn and Alabama tknown in lower circles as raidsi. Winter quarter started with an exodus to the Orange Bowl, followed by shrimp and beverage parties, sustained studying, and time out for the Carnation Ball and crown- ing of the Dream Girl of Theta Chi. But there were a few dim moments as the bowling team barely missed winning the league title. Golfers sharpened their irons during Spring in a bid to keep the school championship at the Theta Chi house. And, last but not least, the social scene was ade- quately topped off as pool parties and the Hot Nuts put a head on Spring fun in the truest Greek way. i l l i i i , o , ' 1:1 Jl'.:3' .V , ,IL 3- fii f ,. J Fr. Q' -QQ X, I. -A if.:1:f',',,aLezI'u.g"5L,-rf, -If N :fa ffm . - A - 'g'w3.fv"fil1.fm HY , + 15 1-A' 33:1 nq,,'-iffffgy, 'a-N1 41255 , " ' ' ' 35:4-'rv-5g?e,f1-ff'I1:',N gilfi qfxfh , ,j-:T ., .r -1. -:X-.,af,a,,H '.-x,,, , , 2, ':,.,M K, X., ,. 2:74, Y -i, ,jj-. K - U. " V, ,.-Q , - H f H 4- 3 Y , xr: , irq.-,,w: 1 , Y :':v':f' ' 1Lj111f.1-' ff -,.-7'v,1Z:f.f. ,.,, V' .1 ' ' ' yjfqv..V5j3 V ,-,1y,.,,f- L. .Q L 317 'V f' 555- ww . .Q I, W '-1 ,:'f,, ' . - rf ,.fJQ,A5:. 4. 3'-415' V,fvi.I1fg':' " ' , -5 Y .K .: LA 15 WH' Y k L3 . - ,N L, , r 4 5,1 -- Y. J . ..fmJff:9" K A -, ' 5- 'J Xg5GfY,'f1,,'?7" l 3 .. , .uv T, ,, ,Q 31 ,ggpg .. g ,- 151 -1" ng", -:, rt , ,. k?9l,1yg,I , ,N ' ' ip Y Y 5 ai- f 2, 5 ff, sffgn- Q. gf., . ,- A 416- .wifi-A 4 , za-f'w"jffg4, ,H-1, 1. fini, ,V , ft,v!':x"1,, ,L -lgi, l V 5 -l 5 fa ll 9 flll ll Rc,vgvrLlgr1L1gar1s lam He-rrmg Rub Lrwsaw Homer Bentlm Paul Hummr lulwn Cox HarrySmutl1 Steve Fax Mako Watson Wally Clegg jnm Ramms- 12 Bull Henmng '13 Bull Heiclerrclw 14 lrm lxolemax' 15 Iam Fletcher 'lfm Rltli VECQl'l14m I7 Ranclv Read '18 Dave Small I0 Rrclx Cappula JU loo ,Nlvels ll TrmmSl1aurc-Ilv ll Marty Pauli 1,5 Daw Waclwtcl 14 Frvcl llawlwr Xxx , gxgix fxgj, Fl ,. IT X O Winning Volleyball Team Beta Alpha of Theta Xi experienced an- other rewarding and growing year at Tech. Fall quarter saw a successful rush, high- lighted by after party parties, which pro- duced a fine pledge class. Also included in the Fall quarter was a championship volley- ball team which won fourteen of fifteen encounters. The usual schedule of long hours of study during the week and parties on the weekend was interrupted only by the struggle to finish the wreck before Homecoming. Winter quarter brought an unusually large pledge class. The weekend parties were supplemented by off-campus parties, especially the Frenchman's Ball with the Auburn chapter, and the annual Sweetheart Ball in February. Sax Qf"y:1'.' -15,51 ' ' , ' :rj 421. Q 'f-Y'w:L-l- v, 0, C ASSES Seniors juniors Sophomores Freshmen 5th Year Architects Graduates Senior Directory 51? I VL! ' tiiil' Fil :5E1,g E -J, .Sufi LETS! +4 mp:- ,, , 533 r I,- i g ' " 2 xi , 'Nl f w w.. -T253 5 mf'-'- i ELI, fldf gm Q lx -. ,Q-1. Lil: Tiff -,ffm i i W QV "v- V-if 4:10 9,9 4 . 55, . -5 .. 41:15. fi x W . QAFWFP, , ff, . ' af-' . 1- S - f Q. .1 .'1:fT':5. ' ' .. LEFT TO RIGHT: B'll P li I, Pes'- Featurlng 3 Photographic rec clentg Clint Boite, Vilce P?eZi:5jentgrViC ord of the campus 7967. Senior rherirng, 59Cf91HfYA Directory begins on page 473. l IW' P'- Carl E. Adams Kenneth E. Adams Roger A. Adams Malcolm N. Aikenhead Robert B. Akenhead Danny S. Albertson B.M.E. B,S.l.M. i5.S.l.lvl. B.C.E. B.E.E. B,E.E. 1 K5 4'adf"" 'is james R. Albritton Tharon E. Alford Hershel K. Allen Robert L. Allen Felipe Alonso Kenneth B. Amann B.S. Physics Q.S.l.M. B.S. Textiles B,E.E. B,l.E, B.A.E. Anthony M. Ames Lester M. Anderson Thomas A. Anderson john M. Anderson David G, Andrews Frank j. Andrews B. Arch. B.S.l.M. B.S.l.M. B.S.l.M. B.E.E. B.Cl'i.E. I ClW21fl6S R- Andrews Marvin D. Anglin james H. Applegate james W. Appley William M. Arehart jack A. Armstrong B.E.E. B.S.l.M. BS. Textiles B.M.E. B,l.E. B-C-E' Rex W. Armstrong Gary Lee Arnold Allen A. Arseneau Richard D. Atkins Larry W. Atkinson james R. Atwill B.l.E. B.l.E. B.E.M. B.S.B.C. B.l.E. BS. Chemistry y 381 Class of 1967 .189 3 Mark B. Avvhrey Gerald A. Baker Harry D. Baker Laurie I. Baker Cary D. Baldwin Robert V Baldwin B.l.E. BS. Math B.Ch.E. Haryery B. Balfour joel N. Banks David R. B.S. Biology B.I.E. B.l.E. Robert L. Bartholemew Felton D. Bartlett B.Ch.E. B.A.E. VJ? 'Z ,-1 all B.A.E. B.M.E. B.l.E. Bare Grancly B. Barnard Thomas R. Barrett Wade H Barrinean B.S. Math B. Arch. B.S.l.D Harold C. Bass Albert L. Batchelor 1. Donald Batchelor lames F Bausch B.E.E. B.Ch.E. B.S,l.M. B.E.E. 43 Charles G. Beadles Robin M. Bearss lohn B. Beasley Griffin R. Beatty William D. Beeland Berniel Belkin B.C.E. B.S.l.M. B. Arch. B.Cer.E. B.E.E. B.E.E. .sux i X Arthur E. Boller Michael L. Belton Michael L. Benoit William B. Benton Dennis L. Berry Kefmelh W BGS! l3.E.E. B.S. Physics B.S.I.M. B.M.E. B.A.E. B.S.l.M. K "' 45 I, qs-.-. julian Bether lvan T. Bieglng Andrew 1. Bird Kermit D. Bishop joseph K. Black Richard E, Blanqhqrql B.A.E. BS. Psychology BS. Maih . . . B.S.I.M, BSA Textiles. ' Q. il- I tl il C' I is 'A l if .- W I Watkins 1. Blane Walter D. Blessing Michael D. Bloom William R. Blumberg. George W. Board Ronald W- BO21lfiglWI B.C.E. B.S.l.E. B.S.l.M. B.S.E.E. B.S.l.M. B.E.E. BCE. f ." IL , ,f f - , , l X L r x'f',.'1 . X f f Charles C. Bolte Ronald W. Bonitatibus ' ff! B.l.E. B.C.E. 'S' V .li Fredrick I. Boone Melvin K. BOFOS B.l.E. B.E.E. The Class of 7967 left the campus during an era of expansion and Construction. : ll pfyf ' fi f f 1 :Ik xl l 4 , f:,?',. wi! -1 E lik! fill. I :ally V ' i 4, XX. I .R . Hx -,i H 55734, , fr'-r 1. "1 .',' 'I i 111"'l l' fl ww Henry E. Bowden B.M.E. Robert B.S.l.M Marlin B.Ch.E Q-f Gerald A. Bowen Troy L. Bowen B.S.B.C. B.C.E. Wallace H. Bradley Larry N. Bradshaw B E E B.S. Math F. Bradley M. Brennan Lewis Brewer john O. Briggs B.S.l.M. B.C.E. f Bobby G. Brabham Donald C. Brabston B.E.E, B.S. Math Victor S, Bowman B. Arch. Royce N. Bramlett Larry F. Brauer john E. Bravo B.S. Chemistry B.M.E. B.I.E. Milton V. Brock Wayne R. Brock Charlie R. Brooks B.C.E. B.A.E. B.S.l.M. C ass of 1970 . -,A npv E -ff' David H. Brooks William W, Brooks Carl E. Brown Frank M. Brown G. Raymond Brown james H. Brown B.M.E. B.A.E. B.l.E, B.S. Textiles B.S. Physics B.l.E. X , . ff? ' T A' l 64 1 . - rl m , , ,Q la ' a 1 '15 -I . V g ,- .':1' 'Q rn l. '45 T' I. William M. Brown john H. Brunson john C. Bryan Robert E. Buchholz john B. Buckman jerry D. Buhler B.E.E. B.S. Chemistry B.S. Math B.A.E. B.E.E. B.S. Chemistry .Z Robert D, Bulloqk Timothy L, Bunce Harold E. Burkett David S. Burnett Roy B. Burnette Charles A. Burns B.S.l.M. B.l.E. B.Ch.E. B.Ch.E. B.M.E. B.Ch.E, 'Ee 1'- , Tom Wade Burrow Benjamin T. Burson Robert C. Bush ,jerry B. Butler John G- Butler RaYm0nd C- Cal-le B.l.E. B.l.E. B.C.E. B.C.E. B.S.l.M. B-S-l-E C, 47? NJ and V! 'rf-' we v Forrest D. Callaway David A. Cameron Roger A. Camp Robert C. Cannon l-l0Yd E- Carden Robert P- Cafllhew B.E.E. B. Arch. B.s.i.M. B.S.I.M. BME. B-S- Chemistry A YEAR ON THE HILL Spring 7966 - Winter 7967 Class of 1967 l2'1mGS R4 Carlson Jimmie R. Carroll Robert L. Carroll Charles A. Carter Charles L, Carter Curtis L. Carter BS. 'l6XlilSS B.S.l.M. B.E.E. B.S.B.C. B.E.E. B.S.l.M. CQ' A 'nv-rl Charles W. Cary Anthony S. Cassarino lohn P. Castner William C. Cates Leroy B. Chamberlain A, Russell Chandler B.l.E. B.A.E. B.S.l.M. B.E.lf. B.E.E, B.l.E. warg 'UK Douglas R. Chandler jerry W. Chandler Benjamin E. Chapman Robert E. Chapman Carl Chen james S. Chester B.l.E. B.l,E. B.Ch.E. B.E.E. B.Ch.E. B.S.l.M. Q, nn- --Q 6 Andrew C. Childs Edward T. Chow Charles G. Churchman lameg RA Clark Leo F, Clark Theo W. Clark BS. Math B.E.E. B.Ch.E. l3.M.E. B.l.E. B.l.E. Thomas B. Clark james O. Clarke Michael W, Cleaver Bruce R. Clements lOl'1f1 P- Cleveland James L- Cline B.l.E. B.S.l.M. BS. T. Chemistry B.E.lf. B.E.E. B.l.E. I o l john D. Cochrane james W. Cofer Barry W. Coker Dennis S. Coker Frank A. Collins Robert G. Colvert B.l.E. B.E.E. B.l.E. B.S.l.M. B.I.E. B.S.E.M. mf!!! .VM ,W , .-. fx -.qw-sq, Belisario E. Contreras Bruce E. Cook Charles Cooper William M, Cooper Edwin Cooper B.I.E. B.I.E. B.S. Physics B.E.E. B.l.E. john F. Copper james M. Corbitt john T. Corcia john O. Costello Thomas E, Costello Henry P. Cotten B.S.l.M. B.E.E. B.Cer.E. B.S. Physics B.l.E. B.M.E. On the sicle on "The Hill" the School of Civil Engineering is beginning to be over-shadowed by the new Graduate Library under construction. "T" lon E. Couch William D. Couch B.M,E. B.C.E. 3: Charles R. Cowart james B. Crawford B.S.I.M. B,S. Psychology l x ls Tvs to - Q- 'P R 4? C ft? Michael L. Crifasi William T. Croker Robert W. Crossley Homer P. Crum Cole E. Cunningham Nicholas C. Currie B.S.l.M. B.M.E. B.C.E. B. Arch. B.E.E. B.S. Physics Z' 1r:'.r 1 Charles L. Cushing Carl R. Cuthbertson Richard I. Dailey Steven M. DaLessio Kenneth W. Daniel Thomas B, Daniel B.E.E. BS. T.Chem. B.S.l.M. B.S. Math B.E.E. B.S.l.M. X Class of 1967 ll 49.-S VViIIiam C, Darley ' john H. Darnell Campbell K. Da5l19 3.1.5. B.E.E, B-S-I-M -vi L.. f'?'X frrzrr 5 1 r Emily 1. Davis james W. Davis Swep T. Davis B.Ch.E. B.E.E, B.M.E. C JL M x" - -dr ' '11 if Larry R. Davison john E. Day Dennis W. DeCive Michael P. Deisenroth lorge Delatorriente Terry lr Delph B.M.E. B.Cer.E. B.S.l.fN4. B.M.E. B.E.E. B.A.E. ui- Samuel D. Denney Ennis R. Dennis lohn R- Devore Robert K. DiMiceli jefferson L. Dishongh Carl C. DObSOn B.S. Psychology B.S.I.M. B.E.E. B.S.l.M. B.l.E. 3.5. Bi0lOgy i .4 iy r ,- - L f U ur William E. Dobson Thomas A. Dome Homero N. Dominguez William M. Donnely Ronald W. Dorman joseph G. Doster B.S.l.M. B.S.l.M. B. Arch. B.S. Physics B.S. Physics B-E-E. A '17 y.- . 3:-1 n ,, KA 'L 93 A -. ,bn lx' -IE .. . - V gy P H H .N H . "1 .1 '7 N . ""1'1f i X ' f Charles N. Driskell David C. liiskellw Lane M. Duncan Derek L. Duke Duncan F. Dunn lsiah H. Dupree B.S. Math B.M.E. B. Arch. B.S.I.M. B.S.l.M. B. Arch. 3 Class of 1967 2552 3 Q Ili' if w -fy ' -aa.. tb? - - Henry B. Eason Robert E. Einziger Edwin R. Eldredge Paul C. Ellis Michael L. Ely Mine E. Enginun RAS-IAIX1 BVS, Phyclcg B.Ch.E. B,l.E. B.S.l.M. B.Ch.E, ps 'QQ .qui William Douglag Ervin Bgnnie j, Eglerman Francis M, Eubanks john H. Evans lames L. Farr William A. Faughnan B,A,E, 55, Math B.C,E. B.I.E, B.S. Psychology B.l.E. '5 I 3 Af: .Mahi A 1 Stephen G. Fay Herbert S. Feldman Peter R. Fendler Roy W. Ferguson james W. Field Willard M. Field B.l.E, l3.Cl'1.E. B,l.E. B.E.E. B.S.l.M. B.S.l.M. ' t .1 14" '-J 81 I, ll i - David R. Figueroa lohn T. Finley David A. Finn Charles D. Fisher William N. Fisher Thomas E. Fitzpatrick B.E.E. l3,A.E. BS. Biology B,M.E. B.Ch.E. B.M.E. 'fi fl lohn R. Foster Robert R. Foster B.l.E. B.S,l.M, Bryon B. Florence Paul H. Flower Anthony I. Foltman Michael E. Fortier B.A.E. B.C.E. BS. Physics B.S.l.M. anne. l gdb, lit S1 Stephen O. Fought lames A, Fowden james C, Fowler Terry C. Fox B.S. Math B.M.E. B.Ch.E. B.S.l.M. B.I.E. if Richard G. Frances Bruce G. Fraser Dorsey E. Freeman Winslow P. Freeman Marc M. B.S. Math B.M.E. B.M.E. B,E.E. B.l.E. Terry T. Fox lx QL, -11 - Edwin L. Frailie B.Ch.E. D New . 3, sc--. ':. 'ha A N 1 Friedland Robert A. Fritze B.S.I.E. The oldest department on cam- F if A' 'V' if mm, avr' 1 ff pus, the School of Mechanical Engineeringptretches down Cherry Street. Gaul:-. '..L1 '11 ' Behind the School of Engineering Mechanics, NASA Space Sciences Building No. 3 begins to Lf' ' take shape, 'f""-' ' ,,f.'5!fJ.j:. Q .- ' '- ', 7 . ,JI David R. Frohn Kelly G. Fugiile B.A.E. B.5.B.C. 'Ui I if Samuel H. Fulford Bernard E. Fulghum Anthony 1. Foltman LOUIS B. Funkenstein jerry B. Fussell ChfiSIiar1 Galvis B.l.E. B.S.l.M. B.S. Physics B.S.l.M. B.M.E. B.S.l.M. f'1W.l l 2. 5 Spencer H. Gardner Charles D. Garner Forrest C. Garrison Charles H. Gaylord Wilford W. Gebhart William G. Geiger B.A.E. B.M.E. B.Cl'1.E. B.A.E. B.E.E. B.E.E. 392 I I Class of 1967 Wi? '6 'zar Charles R. Gillespie Antonio E. Ginatta Larry E. Glenn Edward W. Godfrey Roger W. Goforth David D. Goglia B.S.l.M. B.M.E. B.S.l.M. B.S.l.M. I B.l,E. B.l.E. X, . 1 75 if 2 'L gag., Charles G. Goldman Hodges L. Golson Andrew F. Gonczi William H. Gordon David Gore Michael Granata B.C.E. B.S.l.M. B.S,l.M. B.M.E. B.E.E. B.M.E. 1 V AGI' Alan C. Gravitt Brian A. Gray james K. Green james D. Greene William P. Greer Thomas S, Gresham B.S. Physics B. Arch. B.E.E. B.Ch.E. B.T.E. B.S.l.M. K rw. Dewey C. Griffin Elbert N. Griffin Gary A. Griffith ' Frederick C. Gri5W0ld Thomas C. Grozan l-EIWVGUCS H. GUGUISF B.E.E. B. Arch. B.Cer.E. B,A,EA B.A.E. B.S. Physics john Q. Gulley Milton S. Gumm Manuel A. Gdtierrez Steven A- H8215 John R- Hilfiger GEVVY W- Hall B.ch.E. sir. B,4E,E, B.A.E. B.E.E. B.s.i.M. l . 9 Class of 1967 x rQ " 'N 'Z' A 'F MIIIIIII M, II.IIl HII-plum-III lI.III VVIlII.IIII '-, II.IlIIII.1I1 llvnm-Il R. II.mwII flivm' K. II.IrmIy Tl'wI11.Is C'.H.1rcly II I I , II H I M IH .I, IIS, II-XIIII-N II.I.I. ILS. Tlghcmistry 9 , ,or , 3 IQIIIII-II I I.,.I,gIN l.IIm-N I II.nIII-y Ix.III II. IIIIIIIIN I Imrlvs A. Ilmrvll H.II'UI1f'X. II.1rrIs UPIRIICI R. Harris IMII Hs MIIII III I I1 IM IX I ' v ff' I ' I ' . l ' I V. P-H kg QAWQI I I. -.h K: 4' W '54 . B.Ij.IQ. B.E.E. M, K.1IlII-IIIII' II.IIIIs Ilulu-II R IIJIIIN Rohan N. ILIIIIN II1ImI.IxII. II.m'Ix WIIlI.1m ll, ll.lIl'IN lorry Cf II.1rrIson II.I.I. II,SII.M. IH .l. ILS, Ibxlllvs lI.M.L. B.l.E. i IIIIIIIILIH In IIJII VV.IIIx'l K. ll.IIXv1'll Iullll ll,l.l, H,I.I, lI.M.I Sv A Ilun-IINII-In lnmus I7. II.m'kIIIN I-H1105 II. II.1wkiIIs Iolm I'. Iiawkins li.S.I,M, l3.lf.E. B.l.F. RIIIII-II W, Ilnxxlxnm II1IwI1I.u Ii. II.Iwkum lmm-w Rulwlt II.Iyvs Ri1l1-ml li. ll-lyvh Clary L. Ilnys DOH R- ll-INIIIIIL Im, IxI..I..,1IA I:s,IIM. II.L'.I II.S.lI.l'. Il.l.E. B-5-I-IW .2 - gl 'Y' ii Gs... lie Eel? YQ-'1 11' 4-'j33I'R ll Robert K. Heggluncl Donald T. Hemhree jimmy Hendricks Henry C, Herbs! Rocael Hernandez james G. Hester B.S.l.M. B.S. Math B.Ch,E. B.S,l.D. B.T.E, B.C.E. E 1 2 c , f, -'Xi 1 I-' lf' Q -L james L. Hester james E. Hickey lfllm A- l'llClfS james E. Hicks B,E.E. B, Arch. BS. Psychology B.A.E, 761' Douglas M. Hinely Roscoe M. Hinson B.M.E. B.M.E. john A. Hnat Thomas A. Hunt B.C.E. B.l.E, Through the solar screen of the EE building the library and classroom building dominates "The Hill" and continues as the hub of the campus. 9 Brian A. H B.I.E, N-1 ilburn David N. Hill B.Cer.E. Q-is-'U 'Fe 1-1- . Ig , . usfjjhh -- 4 ' 5 ' g Q 'gi - ig' 4 4 K I 4 4 2 ' f d f C1 A 1. ' e f5'SxX A f lg ', , ,' 21 M - f , 1, u ,-Q-. ne. .,1 x ,X I ,e Yr- f V ' ,,f wx 'S "' fif""iv 'J-7' .V f' iz - f-az.. fA,y'gi'L.M. f .- y '.-' Y - wo "J 1 " AA V 17 :,:':fp:.lf Y :J f-IIJQX:-i'lf4if:"ff Ar, ' . gvgiffixf- 3, My ,- , 4, .. :X '.-,.-f.1?'g5,pMmig- ' " Fsiifw , ,--5" K, :",.v:. USC.: -1' A415 .bs H el-I AM- L, A ., " '1 L if -. E rf- '7"'97 , 11 N.-L' ,A ,A ,V 1,1'AgiA, f1 Isa., . 5 I . ' gin'--1 ' 15' P 'vf3ar,,EHf.1: ?'.'ff,p 'jig-1' X, A H I l '.:Miv.sa,A .- Q MJJX i .x 1 .4 ,-j v ar' , -41 ,- . , - ,I-' A. --f..,4 .Q '-1'3- 'Q Hurjg ,L .1 , m,ji3,-6' , M it y, f h gxfxlk ",,t1-.1-,vc-,grade - ' ' -.r v ,VW uf 1, . a, .l ' g,','. A l ' " 4.8 - 'V .511 ,"' ' -'- , '4. .JNL F , 15,-,f'11':f A 'A VV A ' S' .1' A mwmif 2 f ' 1 AH -, , + 2 N ' ' ff vyfzttf. , 'aff' pf Vf, - -' 1' ' - V ' ff? " . M f 9 li., -f ', , : 5 ff ,.?,' '- M' , 'I w,,,i.4f W ' wg Ei "J ,',.,3.f' uf- f 4 if .rr F A 0, f gf 1-5 . 1 FIX, 4 , ' . ,f- ,W-1-N'.. 'gb ff ' if ff. 'Up 1- Y: 1 ,- F . , A A Q-:P 5-0 ti - ' 'V . Q 'mi' Q ' , Q 4- . .,""'L' A f f-- , Lf : 5 . K . ly . ' .1 .. " . 4 ew A P r sd-w'-A , M Q , ?- ' is ,pg 'JF' . I X1 Q . if Q ' 1 fmshn' N 1 Y 3 's , Nur.- brook Donald O, Holland Leam Robert W. Hoenes jeffrey L. Hoffman Spurgeon C. Hogan lon H. Hol B.E.E. B.S. Math B.E.E. B. Arch. B.S.l.M. B.E.E. :vs 4 542 I yn' -. William R. Hood Lewis E. Hooks joseph B. Hornbuckle john F. Horne C. Marie Hornsby Kenn 2. on R. Holiday ...... .. eth W. Hornsby B.E.E. B.S.l.M. B.S. Textiles B.E.E. B.S. Math B.Cl1.E. ,JN .f',.l,.'f Class of 1967 W 4 -' 'Q I I . 225545 .-age.. -R' 'ST' , nf I K . - L . -C ii? vs? Henry R. Horst Robert L. Horton Heng VV, Hgu Kenneth M. Huddleston David W. Hudgins Henry T. Hudson B.Ch.E. B.S. Math B.M.E. B-S-l-Nl B.I.E. B.C.E. On! 5 c1T""' Richard L. Hudson Thad W. Hudson W. Kelly Hudson B.S.l.M. B.E.E. B.S. Textiles 'Vi Wiv- E' GW Larry D. Hughes Robert M. Hughes Alfred S. Hume B.l.E. B.S.l.M. B-E-E 5 V 'cl ' J " s f 'f 5 XX Harry A. Hunnicutt C. Anthony Hunt David V. Hutton Theodore W. Huzar .Forest W. lnglett Dane R. lsmart B.S. Physics B.S. Biology B.l.E. B.A.E. B.S.l.M. B.C.E. 'Hey' . I : T, y ., J Andrew E- laCl4SOrl Charles L. Jackson Carleton W, laCkSOr1 Riley V. Jacltsonnmrk Harrison W. james John M. Jamieson B.C.E. B.l.E. B.S. Physics B.E.E. B.C.E. B.E.E. Robert A. Jamieson Roy E. Jarrett Charles F. Jerabek Craig A- l0l'1n5On Donald A- lOl1USOf1 Herman W. l0lWf1S0l'1 B.A.E. B.S.l.M. B.S.l.M. B.S.l.D. B,l.E. B.Cl'I.E. 7 Class of 1967 fn IA .Q C' .. julius I. johnson james K. johnson Neil C. johnson jimmy N. joiner George M. jones jack G. jones B.C.E. B.A.E. B,S.l.M, B.M.E. B.E.E. B.S.l.M. ,A -40 tu . i V- My -qi. -E ' ll . 'ii e. -1 LSWYGHCG L 10065 Roy M. IOHGS Spencer L. james Lewis H. jordan Rgberl A, jordan Phil G, jouanei B.M.E. B.S.l.M. B.S.l.M. B.A.E. B,l,E, B,S,I,M, at E Edward W. Kamen joseph A. Kaminski Sheldon E. Kane james j. Kay Eugene Kelly james M, Kelly B.E.E. l3.C.E. B.E.E. B.C.E. B.l,E. B.M.E. 3' M y 5: X ' , 49 Paul B. Kelman Frank W. Kennedy Haven L. Kicklighter Samuel E. Kicklighter james P. Kimmel Carl F. King B,C.E. B.S.I.M. B.C.E. B,I.E. B.A.E. B.Ch.E. give I3 james E. Kitson William M. Knerr William R. Koch Andrew Kohl George A. Kolpin Charles R. Kosman B.l.E. B.E.E. B.S.l.M. B.C.E. B.l.E. B.S. Pl'1ySiCS -.YN Richard P. Kreiss Ricardo Kuan Robert 1. Labbe H-HfOld l. Lambert lames C. Lahde-rS B.S.l.M. B. Arch. B.l.E. B.S. Textiles B.I.E. R if . -In . David B, Laney Victor E. Langhans Paul W. Laporte James A. Larkin james D. Laskey B.S. Math B.S. Physics B.S.l.M. B. Arch. B.l.E. --3 so "-"' f"'Q fr: lohn V. Latham R. Scott Laurens Charles R. Lavallee Robert E. Lawson Charles D. Laxson B.Ch.E. B.A.E. B.S.l.M. B.l.E. B.E.E. --. i- James D. Leake Kenneth H. Leavell B. Arch. B.S. Chemistry NASA Space Sciences Building No. 7 nears com- pletion and receives its first occupants. I. ,. g. V li- F ,A . Har rf, it - A,"-ri' 1- . -- Up the alley to The Hill on the left the Chemis- try Department housed in its outdated facilities waits anxiously for the beginning of Construction of their new building. L. . Edwin P. LeCroy Carlton E. Lee ,ff 'np' F .ff -, K.. ,l . David A. Lennox B.M.E. Charles B. Lnttlejohn B.I.E. 400 . .wl , P? -.."3- 'mv B.E.E. B.S.B.C. ? I MJ Roy A, Leffgver Sergio l. Leguizamon B.S.l.M. B.C.E. -li WU! 99" .--Z 1-K Q1--sf if 911' Darrell C. Lensch B.l.E. Daniel l. H. Levack Charles H. Lewis Michael A. Linsky 3.A.E. B.S.I.M. B.M.E. ir, f' -sv' Wesley G. Littlefield B.E.E. john F. Long Robert L. Lord Thomas R. Losson john W. Lott Cabell L. Lowe B.l.E. B.l.E. B.E.E. B.S. Chemistry. B.l.E. Class of 1967 'R P is Robert P. Lowe William M, Lgwman Ronald L. Luedike john F, Lumpkin 3.5.5, 55.5. B.I.E. B.T.E. G Harry S. Lutz james A. Lyle B.S. Math B.S.l.M. M-"0 Robert B. MacGregor james R. MacLean Edwin E. McBrayer Rudolph R. McCall Douglas W. McCammish Alan L. McCants B.S. Textiles B.E.E. B.A.E. B. Arch. B.l.E. B.E.E. vin B.l.E. hong Howard E. McClain Donald E. McCoy George T. McCuthen Arthur L. McDaniel George T. McDaniel William R. McDaniel B.A.E. .B.S. Biology B.M.E. B.c.E. B.A.E. Bruce 1. McDonald Harold W. McDonell Thomas A. Mclean Michael S. McEuen Harold B. McEver Robert C. McFarland B S I M B l E I .S.l.M. B. . . 2'-" 41 B.S.l.M. 1 3, L B.S. Chemistry Harvey W. McGahee Richard H. McGarrity Bryan W. McGhee Douglas E. McGowan Ceffild D- Mflmfale Mafk B- MCKQG B.Cl'1.E. B.I.E. B.E.E. B.l.E. B.l.E. B.S.l.M. Y. Class of 1967 QF' willia... D. McKenzie Walter C. McKinney Patrick F. McMahon Adrian C. McManus Robert S. McMillian Peter N. Macaluso B.S.l.M. B.M.E. B.l.E. B.l.E. B.S.l.M. B.S.l.M. l Robert F. Mackle David C. Maddux William A. Manning Donald F. March lack R. Marett Gordon E. Marks B.S.l.M. B.S.l.M. B.S. Textiles B.C.E. B.E.E. B.l.E. ' 42:- 7 ,fw "" fav H .Q 'lv John B. Marling LynWO0d B. Mafling joseph D. Marshall Carlos Martel joseph A. Martellotto Robert R. Martin B.S. Physics B.Cer.E. B.S.l.M. B.M.E. B.S.l.M. B.S. Textiles 75? 4'-x -' Ronald L. Martin james N. Massey lohnny W. Masters loe P. Mathews Charles A. Mathis William l. Mathis B,S.l.M. B.S.l.M. B.E.E. B.S.l.M. B.S.l.M. B.S.l.M. -Q 'i' sq--7 Samuel C. Matthews Paul A. May Peter R. Maye Fredrick A. Melhorn George A. Menendez Edward C. Meyer B.A.E. B.M.E. B.S. Physics B.l.E. B.S.l.M. B.E.E 1-.".'::p B.l.E. B.S.l.M. jose A, Michelen lack S. Middlebrooks Ronald L. Middlebrooks joseph M. Middleton GBVY N- Mierlwhin SCOU A M'lfk9lS'fV1 B.I.E. B,S,I4M. B.Ch.E. B M E eg. Hia' Q - L L43 'ge :init iz' Madison N. Milhous Bruce M. Miller Edmond D, Miller Eric D. Miller jerry L. Miller Larry G Miller B.A.E. B.I.E. B, Arch. B.l.E. B. Arch. B S Biology William M. Miller George T. Milligan B.S.l.M. B.E.E. , john M. Mills George H. Mingledorff B.S.l.M. B.C.E. The School of Electrical Engineering completed its fifth year in its modern facilities. 'lag' 19 v l" " a"o v'.q.f' I U I-"JIlv"" rV':'uf1':l "lir""l ,dll ',uY',l '.f'.s' I f !',v"::' V' : " I' .1 J dv ' 1 H 113,11 r",v1' all 'sa -...ff , A ,. .,,.. 44- .fa 'YQ -J yi :Ae ga! .lf L lf 1 1 l X. i 404 f . f I li "4 rf I 2 ' f- .6 I f' - v A' if 11 it 4 ,f Z Sixth and State Street considered on the out- skirts of the campus is planned to be the new center of the campus in 7975. . Richard G. Minor Marvin G. Mitchell B.E.E. B.M.E. zz" Toomas Mitt David H. Mobley B.S. Chemistry B.S. Math 6' U0 QF.. 1 Tl10fT18S H- M0blEy Charles L. Monnot lOS6ph B. Montgomery David A. Moody Thomas 1. Mooney Robert C. Moore B.Cl'l.E. B.Ch.E. B,M.E. B.C.E. B.Cl'1.E. B.S.l.M. Tyrus L. Moore Patrick L. Moriarty Charles B. Morris William L. Morrison Larry S. Moseley Gerald Moskowitz B.S.l.M. B.S. T.ChemiStry B.C.E. B.S.l.M. B.S.l,.M. B. Arch. IL Class of 1967 ,-gn. Rug I-Us. Robert R. Moylan Heinz I. Mueller john j, Mulderig james C. Muller Dillard Munford W. Murphy Bs. Math B.i.5. Bs. Psychology B.M.5. B.s.i.M. 5.5.5. Gi- 'W Q-ff" Robert O. Murphy joel N. Myers Raymond E. Myers Rgbert 5, Name Richard O. Neal William H. Needle B.S.B.C. B.E.E. B.Ch.E. B.A.E. B.E.E. B.S. Chemistry 'se Roy 1. Newkirk Lewis A. Newman Charles P. Nichols Orian S. Niehuss William 1. Nixon Iklas N. Noensie B.s.l.M. B.Ch.5. B.s.i.M. BS- Biology BA-E B.E.E. Cx Donnie L. Noggle Denis N. Nonaka Lawrence j, Norman Michael L. Norman Robert B. Norton Philip W- Nungesser B.S.l.M. B.S. Textiles B.E.E. B.M.E. B.S.l.M. B-S-I-Nl i 'Ya-4 1- 119' john L. Ogburn George B. Oglesby lames A. O'Gorman Wayne L. Ohlinger William P. Olivent james L. Oliver B.E.E. B.Ch.E. B.l.E. B.Cer.E. B.M.E. B.M.E. 4 Spring: The Year's Ha What is it about spring that makes a student want to skip classes and soak up some rays, play a round of nine at Pied- mont, or go drink a cool beer? Whatever it is, that's what makes spring quarter the hardest quarter of the year. The quarter begins with the student approaching the arduous task of registra- tion in one of two ways. Either he signs up for a light load of "easy B" electives with the thought in mind of increasing his social knowledge, or he signs up for the courses he blew in the fall and winter quarters with the hope of redeeming himself before be- ing dropped from school. But the distrac- tions from studies are at a peak and take their toll, regardless. The climate was definitely the main factor which made the distractions so irresistible as the hot and humid air created unbear- able conditions for studying in the dorms. Refuge from the heat was taken either in the air conditioned library and classroom building or over a a friend's apartment. If the student chose the latter, he invariably ended up in a bull session around the pool while everyone soaked up the rays. They all seemed to want a heavy tan to snow their honeys from home or some of the "stewardi" who lived in the same apart- ment building. These impromptu bull sessions usually degenerated further into trips to the creek or cliffs with a date in one hand and the usual cooler of beer in the other. Acquir- ing the dates was never a problem as the continued rdest Quarter 406 Class of 1967 41 B.I.E. Norman W. Olliff Bruce R'Olnf1Stead Clyde A- Olson Charles F, O'Quinn joseph E. O'Stean Richard F. Otonicar BCE. B.S.l.M. B.l.E, B.S.l.M. B.A.E. 'Z john H, Ourland james Ourman james P. Oxenham Katherine A. S. Padulo Paul W. Painter Roy H. PEIITSGY B.Ch.E. B.S.I.M. B.A.E. B.S.Mall1 B.S.l.M. BS. Textiles Thomas E. Papageorge Richard E. Park l0l'In H. Parker Rhoclerick A. Parker George B, Pardell james H. Partridge B.S.B.C. B.E.E. B.E.E. B.C.E. B.S.l.E. B-A-E -1' Howard VV. Patrick D R. Patter M. Paul jeffrey C. Payne B.E,E. B.S.l.M. B.l.E. B.S.l.M. B.S.l.M. B.S.l.M. lg, 'w ia- 'P' if joseph V. Pearson Gerald W. Peavy William T. Pebworth Norrig L, Peek Anthony D, Pelugo james S. Penny B.l.E. B l E . .l. . B,S.l.M B.S.I.M. B.E.E. B E XY K px X ,XX ,,..,4x 2' Tech's only library is considered the largest and most complete technical library in the South, P rivw '1 is '-rvxj X:-gd" f. sf "e:'::.' " .. - .STI-xc. Ralph A. Perry john L. Pete-ring B.l.E. B.Ch.E. Howard E. Philips Charles G. Phillips B.Cl'1.E. B.A.E. Wm our "' Claude R. Phillips Harry H. Phillips Robert V. Phillips julio C. Pita Stephen K. Pitalo Edward A. Platt B.I.E. B. Arch. B.l.E. B.S. Chemistry B.S. Physics B.S.l.M. L5 Q'!"'vs Robert Warren Pledger Phillip E. Plemmon john B. Plowden Teddy A. Poe lack Pogue l- E- Harley, lf- B.l.E. B.S. Physics B.M.E. B.E.E. B.l.E. B.E.E. 4 "A 'P Douglas D. Pointer Bill R. Poland Uri Pollak james W. Pond Aubrey B. PO0re Wayne M. Pope B.E.E. B.M.E. B.I.E. B.l.E. B.S. Math B.S. Physics ,P 'N ISP' Robert 1. Porter Joe W. Posey Cheves T. Powell Marvin L. Powell Peter H. Prasthofer Harry D. Pratt B.S. Psychology B.E.M. B. Arch. B.S.B.C. B.E.M. B.S. T.Chemistry an Q 408 Q A . . A . .415 53152 Ein it , Ji -25324 1 fits :FE L57 TE Ev:-1 mn: .f - ,FA- ns V Class of 1967 as N X .X a 4 3 - fa X - G , T gi V .2 - al 'EL A K A - . - . - ' Q' ' Q 49' 'Q -s, '3 A x wr If X i ia Earl C. Prechtel Robert P. Presswood Wayne E- Price William I. PriCe Alec T. Pringle B.C.E. B.S. Chemistry B.T.E. B.S.l.M. B.C.E. 'li .. -an lohn H. Puckett David I. Putman Grover T. Quarles Edward M. Quarterman Frank R, Quinlivian B.l.E. B.M.E. B.S. Math B.Cer.E. B.E.E. GA 4' -nr 1'--f' William L. Ray Dalton G, Rea Benjiman F. Reed Cliff W. Reed l21mBS M. Reed B.S.l.M. B.C.E. B. Arch. B.C.E. B.M.E. -wwf Richard S. Prisbus B.M.E. Kenneth B. Rainwater B.Ch.E. QU. ,.f-.5 Robert E. Reed B.M.E. fi 3' Timothy P, Reed Boyd T. Reese Henry 1. Reid Frank Paul Reitz Thor D. Relling B.S.l.M. B.S.l.M. B.E.E. B.C.E. B.l.E. 4,1 Q Richard H. Richardson Rodney H. Ricketts Timothy J. Riley J. Sheppard Rilovick Harold E. Ritchie B.l.E. B.A.E. B.l.E. B.l.E. B.A.E. john L. Reynolds B.S.l.M. I I 1 .. iffy' , spur Ich TA M. R. Roberson B.E.E. 4 Class of 1967 4,-1' YF' 'uv rv! E. Mont Robertson Thomas Nile Roberts Gary C. Robinson Michael R. Robinson lOSeph P. Roche Raul lt ROdrigueZ B.S.l.M. B.l.E. B.S. Math B.S. Physics B.E.E. B.S.l.M. ',.., ,g l - " -Ez: i V 'sr' . if ff' 'T' wx .gg Q David A. Roehm john R. Rogers Thomas F. Rogers Paul R. Rohr Michael 1. Rosinski William C. Ross B.E.E. B.S.B.C. B.E.E. B.M.E. B.M.E. B.l.E. ,, ,. . 41 A . 1 f ' as M 3 Q W tu si 'QQ -1 . Q- . 'fi if -eo, Fix, v ' ll' "x George V. Rouse Leslie W. Rue B.l.E. B.i.E. Anthony S, Rutherford Robert D. Rutland Arthur L. Rutledge Henry L. Sadler B.M.E. B.M.E. B.l.E. B.S.l.M. A David C. Sanders Michael L. Sanford B.l.E. B.l.E. guna: i Sidney T. Schell Stephen E. Scherer B-E-E B.S. Math 30" -bs' ?"'7' Charles l. Sannipoli B.E.E. B.S. Physics B.E.E. ' B.A.E. Mustafa R. Sarper David R. Savage C. Thomas Savell Bernard Schlatter Brian H. Schlifke Charles H. Schmelz DSHFUS M. Schmidt B.M.E. B.l.E. B.l.E. B.S.l.M. r vi.. ,Rh - ss? . k'---. i P .,, ISA- The side entrance to the Old Shop, the oldest building on campus, is the home of both the Social Science and Applied Biol- ogy Departments. Vi Clifford H, Schneider Harold R, Sghraibman A Albert F. Schuller Charles R. Scraggs james H. Seals William E- 56-HFS B.l.E. B.B.C. B.S.I.M, B.M.E. B.S.l.M. B-E-E. 1 -G Ai Frank M. Seay Lfwnght R. Sedwick joe M. Seigler Frederic D. Selbie Rifhard L. SelIerS Frank L' Sellingef B.M.E. B.l.E. B.l.E. B.C.E. B.M.E. B.S.l.M. Class of 1967 Jw- -fr 1.2! Howard C. Serkin Daniel M. Setaro David C. Seymour Howard V. Seymour Francis X. Sheehan Ronald F. Shehane B.l.E. B.Ch.E. B.A.E. B.S. Textiles B.S. Textiles B.l.E. 'Q -Q, VV! Peter D. Sherwood Richard O. Shirah Ralph L. Shrivalle Antony H, Shu james B. Sickel Gerald E. Sievert B.S.B.C. B.5.l,M. B.E.E. B.Ch.E. B.S. Biology B.S.l.M. 'U' li 'i' wmv' XV N I Robert M, Simking Warren G. Simonds David L. Simpson james H, Skipper Donald A, Smith Donald F, Smith B.E.E. B.S.I.M. B.M.E. B.S. Math B.S.l.M. B.S. Chemistry i Q Donald R. Smith Gerald F. Smith john Smith Kenneth L. Smith Samuel D. Smith William C. Smith B.E.E. B.l.E. B.C.E. B. Arch. B.S.l.M. B.l.E. f5i Robert L. Snelson Victor S. Soares Seymour O. Solodar Robert L. Somers William M. Sorenson Morris B. Sprayberry B.S. Textiles B.Ch.E. B.S. Biology B.A.E. B.M.E. B.S.l.M. V l 45-rib .1 '17 'IQ' Martin C. Springfield Emanuel Stamatakis David 1. Stanford Russell O. Stanton David H. Starr Stanley R. Starr B.E.E. B.S. Chemistry B.S. Chemistry B.A.E. B,l,E. B.S.l.D. V29-' Russell C. Steele Edward B. Stephens james A. Stephens B.l.E. B.l.E. B.A.E. 'LT Kenneth W. Stephens B.S. Physics Edwin A. Stevens B.S. Psychology Margaret Stephens B.S. Psychology 4-1 ?? 4 George B- Stevens Donald F- Stewart Ronald E. Stewart Adrian C. Stout Clifford E. Stovall Sidney F. Strauss B.l.E. B.E.E. B.S.l.M. B.S.l.M. B.S. Biology B.S.l.M. Located on Tenth Street one of the Callaway Apartments, which combined with the Burge high- rise on North Avenue, provides the only and inadequate married student housing facilities. jf l M S gas ,..,..- ' " - .ii-1.-aussi ,W . . -10'-:il-..-.. , O'Keele High School, situ- ated on the campus, adds more traffic to an already congested campus. if 2441- s. .3 john O. Struthers james C, Sfurrock 'Robert C. Sullivan Walfred E. Sundberg Richard A. Swan William W. Swan B.M.E. B.E.E. B.M.E. B. Arch. B.M.E. john Warren Sweitzer Stephen T. Swift Raleigh M. Swinford Charles S. Tankersley Daniel H. B.S.l.M. B.C.E. B. Arch. B.l.E. B.M.E. Tarkington B.S. Psychology Albert L. Tate B.S. Biology Class of 1967 quad' Harvey C. Taylor John D. Taylor Stewart P, Teasley Gerardo Tellez james G. Tench William L. Thacker B.M.E. B.S.l.M. B.E.E. B.E.E. B.l.E. B.E.E. B.M.E. Victor C. Theiling lerrY K- Thomas Richard A. Thomas Walter Thomas William P. ThOrr1burgh Harry M. Thron B.Cer.E. B.l.E. B.S.l.M. 3.5. Textiles B.S.l.M. B.Ch.E. R5 ,193-k Linwood E. Tisdel Harry TOrr18S Francis l. Topolski Lee A. Tougas Edgar L. Townsend Richard l. Trammell B.S. App. Psy. B.l.E. B.Ch.E. B.MZE. B.S.l.M. B. Arch. IBFTIGS 0. Travis Henry loel Trussell Michael S. Tuck Clinton A. Tucker,1r. Clyde E. Turner, lr. jesse M. Turner B.S.l.D. B.S. Math B.E.E. B.C.E. B.S. Physics B.S.B.C. john C. Ulmer john R. Ulmer Peter M. Vagle Armando A. Valdes james R. Vance Felipe A. Van der Laat B. Arch. B.M.E. B.E.E. B. Arch. B.S.l.M. B.l.E. 'Y Street-Honey Constant increased consider- ably during the spring, and Bird Dogging became the most popular sport. As the number of dates per week increased, so did the things to do. For those who were short on coins, there was the Piedmont Park Art Festival which was good for at least one night of wandering with a date, the Band and Glee Club Concert took up a whole Sunday, or even a baseball game as Atlanta got its first taste of major league sports. One distraction of the spring was the beginning of the Georgia governor's race which was later to make national headlines rivaling Governor Lurleen Wallace's race. But as the Viet Nam war became more intense, the draft quota started to bite into the college students, and the Tech students had to return to studying, at least to pass the Selective Service Exams. Spring lCONTINUEDJ Vx . ,XY '- . - X. -"-.git .N f "' if , 1- -1' 5'-Q.. 'er sf" ,i f- .- , A ....,-M vwztei- ,- V . . .r 1 ea. e. in s r.,:w-s.,'g.x--.sf-as ' -, ii -Maggy' ' ' 5 ' lf f"5fs' A. f . ,A ,ts.-,,-Eg? -:- 454. - - - TM tytkvxre wt- s--fr' --:QL fi .-ti: iSS'QgrFmi" wists s- ' unix, lg, i A K . Ha, gi, LA was Z ,- ' 7f,2.':j,f ,:1'f'5' .. . ."g,15. 'i"slQ iaX ' i'f1'- . - " 91 f' 15 Ugg- . ag g figs ' lb r , ,t,, A C .C . . . .s x .g.3:- -S 84,-. X' , :. 1 l N l .-Gigi, A ,151 . si: 4 s- r., o. ,V ,. 1 ,f . 29,5 -. -.NN - 1 ,. mavs at , 1 ' 43 , Q '- ' - - .K :g A . ft' ,- ,- Q 4854. W, -4 . it .. ' It we W' 'bw Ns ., j'-"' 1,5 1 .5 . Class of 1967 Willem Vanderzalm Eugene VanEtten Cloyd F. VanHook joseph R. Vannier Augusto Vasques David E. Vaughn B.M.E. B.M.E. B.M.E. B.S.E.E. B.S.l.M. B.Ch.E. john M. Veatch Alex H. Vendrell Harvey B. Vereen Gaston L Vidana William C. Viehman Russell G. Vinson B.S, Chem. B.M.E. B.S.l.M. B.Ch.E. B. ArCh. B.C.iE. 'Q Nicholas D. Voigt Richard H. Volauka William VonHedemann Charles P. VonSchaaf Byron Waddell DOD E. Wade B.S.l.M. B.Ch.E. B. Arch. B.S. Text B.l..E. B.Ch.E. William E. Waitsman Richard A. Waldorf Hugh H. Walker Lewis W. Walker Allen 1-WalterS Lawrence E- Walters B.S. Text B.S.l.D. B.M.E. B.Cl1.E. B.l.E., B.l.E. "' an Daniel E. Walther Enoch Ward jerry D. Wasrhaw Andrew j. Waskey john L. Waters David G. Watkins B.l.E. B.Ch.E. B.S.l4M. B.S. Text. B.S.E.E. B.S.l.M. rsh Kenneth B. Weaver Charles A. Webb Bruce W. Webbor Edward E. Weir Charles E. Weitzel B.S.E.E. B.Ch.E. B.M.E. B,S.Chern. B.E.E. .quas- N? Howard R. Wells Walter M. Welsh lOSeph T. Wesley l6fT16S M. White B.E.E. B.l.E. B.S.l.M. B.S.Phys. Wallace E. White Earl l. Whitehead B.S.l.M. B.S.l.D. Q is IF' ' vrfy Michael M. White B.S.l.M. C55 Dicky R. Welch B.M.E. ..'s ' W 3 s 'Qi -.2251 J X Tyrus M. White B.S.A.E. .,. 3- Carl W. Whitley Robert T. Wigfall B.l.E. B.E.E. The new Physics Building enters its last year of construction scheduled for occupancy by the Class of 7968. law gm Colquitt B.M.E. Thomas L Wlllnams Thomas M Wllllams Wllluam E Wnlluams David B. Wills Cathernne L Wnlson Wllllam Wilson BME BEE BCE B.S.B.C. BCl1E BSIM V f W' if Milf LEFT -A ai . Lf 'Env' 'Ihr Thomas Wllgon Marshall D Wingo john P Winkler William L Winters james W Wold Richard H Wodlee BSIM BSText BEE BEE BSIM BCE -f-Q. 'Vu O Bei 'NU-N EE, james R. Woodruff Walter A. Wren Hilliary T. Wright Alice M. Wylie Robert L. Wylly Lawrence K- WYSS B.M.E. B.l.E. B.S.A.E. B.S.App.Math B.l.E. B.S.TeXt. tex 'N 'JS james W. Yancey Thomas S, Yarborough Charles E. Yocum Charles W. Young Michael M. Young Victor Y.C. YOur1g B.5.l.M. B.E.E. B.E.E. B.S.B.C. B.l.E. B.S.A.E. 23.4 Awami' Raul A. Zarak Glen E. Zook Malcolm A. Autierrez David R. Spear Allen M. Young Latch K. Wolverton B.l.E. B.S.l.M. B.E.E. B.S. Arch. B.E.E. B.E.A.R. TV c 'Sf . .fx-5 V' mix- s. ' 'S 51.1. .. 'N 2 'Q 'Q -3 Austin, 1. D. Avery, E. P., jr. Babb, R. A. Bacon, W. 1. Bagley, R. A. Bailey, D. L. Bailey, B. W. Baldwin, K. I. Ballentine, T. Barge, O. A., ill Barnes, D. G., lll Barnes, R. L. Barnick, R. l. Barrett, R. R. Bartholomew, A. W Basnar, 1. P. Bassett, D. H. Bassett, S. G. Bateman, 1. A. Bates, D. L. Bates, M. R. Baxter, W. W., lr Beam, K. M. Beasley, P. E. Beaty, C. M. Beckstead, G. E. Beeson, T. M. Beisler, W. K. Belcher, 1. R. Bell, R. M. Bellum, J. C. Bennett, O. P. Benns, R. A. Benton, 1. P., jr. Berry, L. E., jr. Biffle, 1. C. Bilyeu, 1. B. Biola, j. L. Birch, W. B., lr. Bishop, M. R. Bittinger, D. E. Black, G. W. Blackwell, B. K. Blalock, 1. E., lr. Blancheri, D. L. Blomelley, L. E. Boden, K. 1. Boggs, P. S. Bonnet, D. S. Borcher, C. A., jr Bottom, W. C., lr Bowen, B. G. Bowles, D. B. Bowles, 1. T. Bowling, T. J. Boyd, R. C. Bozo, W. G. Brackett, 1. W. Braun, l. F. Breeding, L. H. Brinson, D. A. Brinson, M. T. Britt, W. B. Brock, T. R., jr. Brooks, 1. P. Brown, C. C. Brown, C. H. Brown, D. A. Brown, 1. E. Brown, J. P. Brown, R. J., lr. Brownlee, E. H. Brunsvold, R. S. Buchanan, 1. E. Buckwalter, D. C. Budai, j. A. Burcher, R. D., jr Burke, S. F. Burns, C. P. Burns, L. R. Bulalla, M. NN. Butler, A. 1. Butler, I. M., lr. Byers, B. H. Byrd, W. E Caffall, P. B Cain, M. A. Camp, M. D., lr. Camp, W. C. Campbell, S. K. Canlelou, C E, lr. Carlisle, T. R. Carmichae-l,l G. Carmichael, T. A. Carson, C B Carter, T. C. Carver, B. F. Carr, W. C. Carroll, l. L., lr. Carroll, R. E. Casey, D. A. Cater, T. I. Chaffer, 5. P. Chaffin, M. H Chambers, I. R. Chance, C. A., III Chaney, C. W. Chaplin, S. M Chapman, D. M. Chasteen, F. 1. Chaves, l. E. Cheek, M. H. Chivington, E. P. Christian, T. F. Christenberry, D. K Chunn, S. L. Clark, D. W. Clark, G. C. Clark, 1. L. Clarke, 1. R. Clark, R. C. Clemrnons, S. R. Coggins, T. R. Cohen, R. L. Cole, 1. T. Cole, T. Collins, l. C. Collins, I. K. Collins, P. C. Conklin, R. S. Conner, 1. B. Cook, H. A., lr. Cook, P. C. Cooke, D. E. Cope, C. L., lr. Corbell, P. T. Coslley, l. H. Covlon, W. A. Courcelle, L. C. Cowan, F. K. Cox, R. D., lr. Cozzens, R., Ir. Crace, J. A. Craig, W. N. Crawford, K. D. Crawley, D. M., Ill Croft, R. V. Cronk, R. N. Crotinger, R. A. Crouch, R. M. Culbreth, A. W., lr. Culbeilson, R. D. Cunard, C. W. Current, l. P., lr. Cushing, A. S. Dabney, M. l., Ill Dahm, 1. M, Dalrymple, T. E. Danford, H. G. Daniel, E. R. i Ev L k ' L P so pi 2' tif' ' K lll ' r 9' '3- l'f5 v z , 'tw 1 . - C ' v I Y i 'A Q. 1. 1 Y., 'y.,.,. gt? 'du L li f 3 Q iv vi-V 'S v Y-' CH Q, 4:- SZ., so ' ' 'go ' 4 ' L 'ln Class of 1968 v- C' ,. av- gf 4'-, J- , 4' aff , fv- :I fl fl l 'ff ,., Q-V 2 'T . 1--9 5- I g Dannel, T R, Ir Darby, R, M, Ir Derbyshire, P R Davidson, D M Davls, A. l'. Davis, D. N. Davis, I W. DeGrow, G C. Delano, B I Dennns, W, T Dewlverry, I W Dexter, G A. Dial, I. C Dickerson, I. R Dirring, VV. A Desrlet-,, R. S Dre-nnon, W L Dunbar, I. R Dupree, D M Dyer, C., D., Ir. Eavenson, I. N. Earnest, I. T. Edmiston, D C Edmunds, G R, Edwarde, T CL Eidson, R W Elder, I, M , Ir Eldridge, W, D Eley, R. D. Elliott, R. I. Embry, G. D. Englehardt, I. P. Ervin, A L Eskew, I. D. Ett, R, I, Evans, C. A. Evans, D. E Evans, F. L. Exley, T. R. Fain, S. lx. Farrell, C, I, Fiebelknrn. T. M. Fiesta, R P Figlar, R. B. Fincher, D, A. Fincher, T. O. Fischer, G. G Fleming, T. W. Flors,I B Flournoy, I. M Ford, I. R Forehand, R. A, Forsyth, W M Fredrxikson, P. E. Freeman, D, O. Freeman, I. E. Freeman, I. L. Fricks, C. L. Frome, R. K. Fulton, I. xv., In Furlow, T. M. Futrell, L, E. Gaffney, W, F. Gaines, A. W. Galusky, T. B. Garrett, W. A., Ir Gay, D. K. Gay, R. E. Gegautf, A G Gentry, L. C., Ir George, R. W. Gerald, N. O, IV Gibbs, G. L, Gibson, G. D. Giddens, H, D., Ir Gilbert, I. M, Gillingham, C. D. Gilpatrick, C. H. Glass, R. I. Glazer, I. L, Glenn, D. R. Goforth, R. H. Goldstein, S. j. Gornto, H. G. Goslin, j. A. Graham, I. W. Graham, T. A. Grant, j. B. Greek, P. A. Greene, L. A. Greer, H. C., jr. Grice, D. j. Guth, S. W. Guthierrez, S. AM. Hagan, E. M., jr. Hamilton, H. B., jr. Hammock, M. H. Hammond, D. C., jr Hanie, P. P. Haynie, F. M. Harbaugh, S. P. Harbeson, R. E. Harden, j. W., jr. Hargett, H. T. Haringa, R. R. Harp, C. l. Harrell, M. M. Harrington, G. D. Harris, B. B. Harris, R. A. Harris, R. S., jr. Harris, W. R. Harvey, j. F., Ill Harvill, W. A. Hays, j. C. Hayes, T. P. Heartz, W. T. Heil, B. j. Henderson, C. W. Henderson, R. P., jr Henry, D. E. Herd, H. E. Hernandez, L. E. Herrero, E. A. Hicks, W. A. Hiett, j. H. Higginbotham, R. D., jr Higgins, j. D. Higgins, j. R., jr. Hill, W, G. Hinton, W. O. Hoenes, K. E. Holcombe, W. F. Holland, C. j. Hollingsworth, W. B Honan, j. T. Horton, j. T. Horton, W. L. Hostinsky-, j. M. Housley, K. B. Hoverkamp, j. D. Hubbs, R. B. Hudgins, A. A. Huey, C. S. Huff, j. R. Hughes, T. j. Hull, G. P. Hummel, C. G. Hunt, B. T, Hutto, S. W. Hyde, L. H., jr. jackson, C. A., jr. jackson, C. j. jackson, H. C. jamgochian, j. D. jarrard, D. L. jeffers, W. D., jr. jenkins, W. C. jett, j. C., jr. johns, W. F. Class of 1968 ft: 'T 1 x at - li . Y T . 'F' ' M- ,L it , 'H - .,- G 'W C, 5 f.. ...wr 1 . .Vw ': we- lk N-. ""' ' ' ,J . - f T il 1' Q 6 "' S , f fs - " 4 9 5' -7 . 3 ff-. K 9 Y l Xcixw ..- n' 'C' s-.r' A l r..' T ' '.-,,. Q." m r. is 1? 1 wrt. i. ' ' : , :6f.g.1Ql:', 72"- .G-Qx. , ,. ,my TF"-' ' Vf.---1 f I' .-jx lr, D Q QL' 'T' 1 ,, ,,,l. . .. -. .Q- mhi. :- i ' if uf .av -: i 'Q- G. -1 t-'Y N A N K Dv -l Q ' 51 I: x -.sa-. ,. x Q-ix 'Q E' Q ps.. .l-xi i " -Q johnson, B. j. johnson, D, L. johnson, j. N. johnson, R. B. johnson, R W., jr. johnson, T. N. johnston, B. C. jones, D. L. jones, R L. jones, S. C. justice, L. E Kalb, j, T. Karchmer, H. B. Keith, P. S. Kelley, W. G. Kelly, xv M. Kephart, C O., jr. Kessler, R. C. Kelpatricls, j. W., jr Kimber, I. H. Kiricy, W. P. King, T. B. Kinner, R, R. Kirkindall, A. S. Kirkpatrick, j. W. Knight, j. H. Knight, j, M Konfino, D. Krebs, R. l. Kuhrt, U. 5. G., iv Lacle, B. W. Ladd, D. F, Ladd, W. D. Lambert, j. A. Larnothe, R. S. Landers, T. B. Langdon, W. H. Langley, j. B., Il Lansford, L. R. Lannes, R. M. LaPorte, R. E. Larizza, F. j. Larson, W. L., jr. Lasher, j. C. Lasseter, T. j. Latham, j. V. Lawley, C. B. Ledford, T. G. Lee, H. P, Lentz, R. T, Leslie, T. C. Lever, B. R. Lewis, D, W. Lewis, K. j. Lewis, M. D, Lewis, T. M. Liles, D. R. Link, T, D., jr. Lippke, P. L. Litsingen, C. S. Little, j. S., jr. Littlejohn, N. H. Livingston, R. G. Logan, C. F. Logan, M, Long, C. T. Lopez, C. R. Love, L. D. Lowe, j. A. Ludwig, W. C. Lutz, T. L. McCall, R. A, McCarthy, j. M. McCloskey, j. P. McCloskey, M, H. McClung, R. D. McCollum, T. B. McComb, D. M. McCranie, S. C. McCoy, L. S. -4, , E . .1-, .M- Y , -4, 1 H , . Y. i. in My 4 V N ' , , 5 ,IC-'-'. , . , . 'J v , K -,x. fl,"1 fl ,? 1 , A . mf . ur N 1 ,,. P 1 U FAA, H95 If 's .N fs ' 'w ' i.-4' .Lm..l'3' 9'-ar M. lr. 5 iff' .4 ,, 1 NYY' "fi:-we MCCrory, R l. MCCully, H. B. McDermaIl, D. G McDonald, R. H. McElve-en, L T MCCarr, R XV McGee, I L MrCinty, W W. MCCrudCly,1 B, McKinney, C. D. McLean, M l. McMurray, B. K. Macon, R Madden, M. E. Maddox, R. W. Madeira, E. K Maflett, M. E. Mangin, A. M. Martin, D. P. Martin, C. I., lr, Martin, R. D. Martin, R. C,,1r. Martz, B. L. Mason, D. P., jr. Marlin, K, R. Mason, R, W. Maughon, 1. H. Maxey, 1. L. Marham, W. D. Maxwell, 1. E, Maynard, H. B., 1r Mee, VV. W. Menhorn, H. C, Ill Meyer, H. A., Ill Meyer,1 E. Miller, C. H. Miller, F. 1. Miller, T. A. Miller, VV. 1, Miller, W. C. Millhollan, M. S. Mills, C. N. Mills, M. T Mllot, M. E. Mitchell, 1. L. Mitchell, M. B. Moncrief, T. P. Monevs, 1. W. Monforl, C. E.,1r Monk, D. R. Montague, R. W. lll Moore, 1. W., 1r. Moore, M 1. Moore, R. E. Moran, M. T. Moreton, D. H. Morris, A. B. Morris, C. E. Morris, H. D. Morris, 1. M. Morton, W, W. Moseley, L., 1r. Moshell, 1. M. Mowry, L. B. Mugg, K. E. Murphy, L. H., 1r Murphy, M. D. Murray, E. L. Muse, N. R, Mushinsky, H. Myddelton, W. S Myers, D. M. Nation, F. R. Negro, 1. E. NeSmith, H. M., 1r Newell, M. 1. Newfield, S. 1. Newsome, 1. L. Nix, 1. B., 1r. Nolte, B. W. Class of 1968 Norman, D. A. Norman, S. W. Nuttall, 1. B. Ogletree, R. K. O'Shea, T. 1. Overton, R. 5. Owen, I. K. Owen, R. H. Palmatier, G. E. Parker, K. L. Parmelee, C. R. Parsons, C. A. Partin, L. M. Partin, l. G. Patchin, R. M. Patton, W. I. Peacock, T. C. Peckham, I. R. Pehler, 1. S. Penland, B. E. Pent, j. L. Percy, M. L. Permar, R. W. Perreault, N. D. Perry, G. M. Perry, l. R. Petway, 1. M. Phillips, C. E. Phillips, I. P. Phillips, 1. O. Phillips, W. K. Picciuolo, 1. C. Pielop, W. E. Pierce, R. F. Pinkerton, R. F. Plttard, I. C. Plafcan, D. j. Pollock, F. D. Porter, D. A. Porter, L. M. Potekhen, R. P. Potter, M. 1. Pounds, l. W., jr. Preston, 1. F. Prevatle, l. O., lr. Price, M. H. Price, R. K. Priep, A. F. Pryor, F. J. Pugh, W. E. Purdie, W. 1. Pye, F. D. Rand, G. E., lr. Rand, T. B. Ransom, F. 1. Raper, 1. C. Ray, A. Reddick, H. B., jr Redditt, R. W. Reed, C. D. Reeves, C. R. Reeves, R. L. Reisman, S. R. Replogle, 1. W., l Rhodes, R. M. Rice, V. L. Richardson, G. B. Richter, P. M. Ridenour, R. E. Rigby, D. C. Rinker, l. H. Roberts, D. N. Roberts, 1. R., Ill Rogan, 1. B. Rogers, D. F. Rogers, E. H. Rogers, V. 1. Roller, T. L. Romine, J. H. Roquet, 1. E. Rosebush, R. W, Roussos, G. l. Roy, R. G. Rudolph, VV. B. Rutt, A. L. Rultrn, T. M, Rurnrlll, D. A. Rushrng, W. 1. Ruys, l. P. Sallc-y, E M., Ill Sarnpselle, I. B. Sancunlto, C. j. Sanders, I. L. Sattertreld, l. R. Schaffer, R. I. Schuffman, B. 1. Scholes, R. A. Schummers, I. H, Schwab, H. L. Schwartz, P. l. Schwartz, R. F. Scripps, W. 1. Scruggs, K. L. Seabolt, C. M. Seals, I. L. Seay, R. Sedman, C. B. Self, 1. R. Sell, P. G. Sewell, E. R. Shakill, M. A. Shalley, C. H. Shauck, 1. W. Shearon, I. E, Shearouse, H. R. Shedd, S. T. Shelnutt, R. C. Sherman, R. C. Shonerd, D. W. Shuler, L. B. Sigler, D. H. Snmmons, S. M. Simonds, 1. W. Sinclair, 1. W. Sane, G. W., lr. Skinner, F. R., ll Slakman, B. S. Sloan, D. R., lr. Smith, 1. K. Smlth, K. H. Smith, R. E., jr. Smith, R. NN. Smith R. W. Smith, R. L. Smith, S. D. Smith, w. H. Snead, D. K. Snead, N Spann, G. W. Spencer, W. L. Spivey, W. A. Sprrcgs, S. C. Springer, A. G., III Sroka, R. P. .K. Stackhouse, T. W., Ill Stahl, H, L. Standufer, P. W, Stanford, D. L, Stehle, E. A., II Stern, VV. L. Stephens, T, V, Stewart, H. H. Stewart, M, F. Stvres, C. E. Stone, G. M. Storey, D. R. Stovall, T. B., jr. Strauss, E, G, Stubblefield, G. L. Slubbs, P. D. ,J '4 ,- E. .5 , f! Of" f .1 1-S I I J, 5, -V 'ff FO" l hlf ' ' J - - .1 he it A : N Y' ' Q: f.. X K 4. L , 'J' .ii f N I , fww- . .. I I , V S. 'i1.jL ' i K 1 1.1- :.,..r.N 'R v ap' fra Sr 70. 2- S5 -ar- + - . ,Q 2 ,,, fr is .SS f Vx ,....- Q 1 'dl 3 -v. :rw K I X xx s r Q X K .9-' 1 .5 V- L ,Q 3' .3 ' 1 gl Ei :E f N . '-li 4, 75 1 X . S of Swann, I. W. Sweall, R. L. Swerdlin, D. H. Swinl, W. B. Swords, P. G Talbott, C. M., lr. Tanner, C. Taylor, R. F. Taylor, T. L. Teal, R. M. Terry, C. I. Thigpen, l. H. Thomas, B. M. Thomas, R. L. Thomas, W. B. Thompson, H. E., lr. Thompson, l. S. Thompson, T. D. Thorne, P. C. Tieslau, T. B. Tomberlin, E. L. Traviss, D. P. Trawiclx, I. F., lr. Turner, D. T. Turner, H. l., lr. Turner, P. W. Turner, R. L. Turnley, W. G. Underhill, A. L. Underwood, R. S. Van Volkenburgh, W Vaughan, l. M. Von Herrmann, F. H. Von Werssowetz, R. Wagner, P. C. Walker, j. Wall, P. 1. Wallace, M. D. Wallis, W. B. Walters, T. E. Ward, C. R., jr. Ward, K. l. Ward, W. S. Warnock, R. W. Watson, W. M., lr. Wayman, C. L. Weaver, E. M. Weeman, S. K. Weller, W. l. Wells, 1. E. West, S. O. West, W. C., lll Wiggins, L. B. Wilkes, E. M., lll Williams, l. R. Williams, M. l., lr. Williams, M. G. Williams, S. A. Willis, C. N. Willonghby, R. H. Wilson, R. B., lr. Wilson, l. L., lll Windsor, W. D., lr. Wright, D. W., lr. Woodward, G. C. Woodward, j. D. Woolt, A. M. Woolon, 1. R. Worsham, D. R. Wyckoff, l. A. Wyont, L. C. Yamauchi, T. Yawn, L. M. Young, C. T. Young, R. L. Youngner, l. M. Youngner, P. E. Quarterman, 1. H., lr Quinn, W. K. l s Abbott, l. W. Ackert, R. C. l AUJSIB, N . Acree, W F. Aderman, M Allnns, K. P. Alexander, C. V. Alexander, H. I Althen, D. L Arms, I. N. Anderson, E. B Anderson, I. Andrews, I, Appleby, M. Ard, F. R. Arlord, A. L. Anas, A. Arklstead, 1. Arnold, I. M Ashe, G. M. L. L. R. C . Alkrns, B. D. Atkins, 1. G. Audas, 1. W. Auld, D. L. Avant, T. H. Ayer P Y, .S. Bachman, R. L- Jr Barley, W. E. Baker, C. A. Balkcum, C. Ball, W. L. Barlleld, 1. P W. ABOVE Johnny Warren, Sophomore Class Class of 1969 pmfegf. 'G . ,. tw ., ,Az nl i -IP' .1 1 8 ill N-sv 1 ll 1: . Q.. K., 'QW ,-Q. A K .1 if ,-1. 4' gf' .41 "vi J-. '11 'T o-1 ' N - f MIA 6 Barlow, D. R. Barnes, M. C. Barnes, S. P. Barnette, W. H, Bartlett, L. 1. Bashore, R. B. Basnight, W. C. Bass, C. W. Bass, G. S. Batchelor, D. L. Battle, T. H. Bean, R. A. Bechdol, G. E. Belba, V. H. Bell, R. K. Bell, R. M. Bell, W. L. Bennett, P. 1. Bennett, S. D. Bennett, T. B. Bergeson, D. A. Berne, l. L. Berry, T. 1. Betsill, I. F. Bing, T. B. Bitterman, A. M Black, R. C. Blacklock, R. M. Blandrne, A. G, Blauser, H. R. Bloor, W, R. Blose, T. G. Blam, M. S. Boggs, C. J. Bogin, B, Y. Bonnlck, A. T. Bosworth, M. K. Bouysou, D. A. Bowen, H. E. Bowman, M. E. Boyd, W. M. Boyer, S. P. Brabson, 1. S. Brackett, G. S. Bradford, D. C. Braid, M. H. Branan, D. H. Brannon, S. E. Brasfleld, G. E. Braswell, 1. W. Brinkman, H. A. Brock, D. T. Brown, G. B. Brown, 1. C. Brown, l. M. Brown, L. W. Brown, R. L. Brumfield, L. K. Brunlg, R. E. Bryan, T. G. Bryant, 1. T. Buckels, 1. W. Bullard, T. M. Burks, H. L. Burnett, j. C. Burrows, D. L. Burton, D. M. Bush, S. S. Butynski, D. L. Byers, 1. C. Bynum, 1. R. Calhoun, R. M. Calloway, M. R. Calvert, 1. W. Cannon, J. L. Captain, R. V. Carasso, H. A. Cardell, R. 1. Carlson, D. P. Carpenter, T. K. Carreker, I. R. Carroll, R. L. Carter, A, E. Carter, P R Carter, R. H. Cartledge, I. W. Cartwrrght, C. C. Casale, P. R Castleberry, D. B. Cauble, T. G. Caulkrns, M. K. Celko,l F. Chattun, C. A. Chattrn,j E Chalk, j. F. Chastarn, 1. T. Checketts, R. L. Chun, H Chopun, T. C. Crarrard, R. S. Ciner, W. l. Clark, D. B., X Clark, K. L. Clark, R T. Clegg, W. l. Clemrnents, L, R. Clonts, S. L. Coates, G. H. Coggins, 1. D. Cohn, A. W. Coker, S. C. Colbath, j. P. Collrngwood, . . Collrns, D. P. Collins, H. l. Collrns, S. H. Compton, Z. R. Conner, I. M. Cook, B. C. Cook, Cook, Cook Cook Cook Cooley, R. W. Cornelius, C. E. Coters, 1. F. Cotton, 1. L. Coursey, 1. W. Cowart, l. D. Cox, F. L. Craddock, 1. M. Craft, 1. D. Craig, C. C. Crannell, D. 1. Crawford, C. C., Crews, V. K. Crockard, D. A. Cronan, L. H. Crowe, R. W. Crowe, W. T. Crumley, A. R. Crutchfield, C. R. Crye, H. T. Cult, A. R. Cullc-rton,l M. Cunnrngham, W. C. Curlrs, D. E Darly, R. H. Dale-, T. D. Davndson, B. M. Davis, L. B Davrs, S. D. Davis, W. M. Davis, W. T. Dawson, M. T. Day, R. E. DeBusschcre, M. T. Decker, E. R. Dellrnger, S B. 32 F I 5, . -no 1 gt K - fp ,- N 4 .9 if ii we - 'Sail llgt 'YY an 'eww A-5 ET A 'Tl fr L -.2 -5 :. J I I X 12' -0 v-3 an N 'f lv? 4.- 11 Qi ff L 2 ' 5, , r , , L ..- K' W? E L fcviapig Q Q-, Tig U " ' 'N i Dellinger, T. W. DeLoach, T. C. Dennard, 1. E. Dennis, F. A. Denny, R. L. Derrick, I. H. DeVenny, I. D. Dlamond, 5. D. Dnllxnger, D. R. Dooly, 1. M. Dorrls, A. L. Dougherty, 1. M. Dowdy, T. E. Dracos, j. S. Drevensledt, C. Driver, G. C. Dudley, C E. Duenckel, D. L. Dugger, 1. R. Duncan, R. W. Duncomb, D. L. Durrenberger, D. M Durscher, 1. W. Dyer, j. T. Dyer, L. A. Dyer, T. M. Dyson, C. L. Eager, 1. B. Ealy, M. Easley, 1. R. East, J. L. Eaton, R. R. Ebadl, Y. M. Eberly, R. C. Edwards, W. E. Efstration, C. P. Erhart, 1. F. Elder, H. H. Ellis, R. D. Ellis, R. W. Emharr, S. W. Epler, W. E. Epps, V. E. Espinosa, F. F. Evans, T. F. Facella, j. A. Faglie, 1. C. Farber, H. 1. Farely, 1. D. Farmer, L. T. Farrell, R. M. Fedor, M. M. Fennell, R. H. Fewet, R. W. Field, M. L. Frllers, D. G. Fnnger, W. B. Funzel, P. A. Fitzgerald, M. L. Flanders, 1. C. Fletcher, J. C. Flowe, B. M. Floyd, W. 1. Folk, T. L. Folsom, B. I. Forbus, I. T. Forshee, E. Fortner, T. H. Forlson, D. P. Fortson, F. B. Foster, A. H. Foster, C. D. Foster, 1. S. Foster, L. D. Fowler, S. A. Frampton, H. G. Frank, S. D. Freeman, R. A. French, R. H. Freund, W. R. Class of 1969 I D Frm! T Fryer F er W N wall ups rrvmy lx Gannon, P. I fl 'NL lrez Gardner G W Gorey, A f r ark I rmr 1 Garrard R S J-.4 rrrwn A Gaston, 1 C Ln, Ga f, O M Gazaway, M 1 George, M. S Gfrslncr B. L. 1h- Grlnson, R G erl, G F Gulbrealh B, R G chrrsl H N G man, 1, 5 as Q14 '53 Glaze, T, G' shall E F G0 en, 1, M Go storm, E. R. -Q "' Goodman M. A Goodman R. M Goodncr W Goodwin C G0ol5lJy, Golllueb, M. M G vwfler, E F Gower, R. D 1fIQr1, F Graham, R. T Gmnade, W. M Graver, 1, C ay, E H G een, I. D Green, S. Green, D Greene, T. V Gregory, H, H Grrllrn . Grrffin , Grrftrn Gruggs Grlscorn, R W, Gross C. A, Grunb, G H. Guerrn M. B, C :bert G. E. Gutzwlller, H, L. Guy, A. . Gwynn, R. , H Ines, C. S. E I. . Hale W. M. Halmos S. . Ham, R. A Hammond, D. . Hamrrck,1 M Hannon, M. B. Harbrn, H. C, Hardrn, M. L. Harper, C. E. Harrrs, C. M. Harrrs,l F. Harris, 1. S. Harris, W. H. Harms, W. L. Harrrson, B, K. Hart, M. S. Harlrn, I. A. Harwell, 1. H. 434 1- -4 lm 5 -5 ,ag F-' C A 4--Q U- Hassler, B A Hathaway, B 1 Hawkins, E. G Hawlxrns, F C Hayes, C. H Hayes, lx L Haygood, 1. Hearn, H C Hearn, R. A Hoalh, l. C Hendruck, A F Hedrnclx, T. D Helmly, V. Helms, E. S Hempson, D A Henderson, D E Henderson,l L Henderson, M T Hendncks, D E Henschel, L M Henry, S. R Herbert, 1. H Herby, C, F Herby, j, D Herman, F. Herren, R. C Herron, A. L Herzberg, M Hewell, L. Heyward, H V Hickerson, T W Hlghtower, N C Hrland, D. E Hill, l. D, Hull, L. W. Hnmes, l. F Hnnson, M. Hinton, l. Hltchcock, I C HIIG, H. E. Hobson, H. A Hock, S. A. Hoffman, W Hogan, T. B Holbrook, T Holcomb,l R Holder, l. M Holland, D. L Hollerorth,l S Holliday, 1. Holliman, M H Holloway,l W Holly, D. M Holm, W. A Holman, C. E Holmes, R. D Hooker, W C Hooper, F. D Hopkins, C Hornbuckle l House, 1. R Howard, R. E Howard, R. B Hubbard, E Huff, R. G. Huff, R. D. Huff, S. M. Hughes, C. Hughes, M Humphries, Hutchinson Hutson, W. Hyatt, D. L lnglesby, T S Ingram, G. E Ingram, R. L lrvln, 1. M, jackson, D. H Jacobs, R. M Jacobsen, B P I Spring Social: 'Double Shot of My Baby's Love" As the spring season of social events began to blossom forth last year, fraterni- ties seemed to provide the main source of entertainment. House parties resulted in the usual fun with the boys moving out and the girls moving into the houses, A high demand for bamboo was created by the South Sea Island orgies as parties took to the patios to enjoy the warm nights. For- mals like the KA's Old South Ball gave everyone a chance to put on a respectable front. Blaring forth from the Peachtree Gar- dens with "Double Shot of My Baby's Love", The Swinging Medallions made noise for the most memorable party last spring, thanks to the ATO's, SAE's and Phi Delts. nf! J ABOVEN: "Swinging Medallions" Party, the best of the spring, FAR RIGHT: South Sea Island parties were popular and "wetl', - I rg. Tr jacobsen, jaggers, S. jarratr, A. jehan, H jenknns, C jenkuns, R jones, A. jones, B E jones, M. jones, O. jones, R D jonas, 5. H johnson, L johnson, L johnson, M johnson, N johnson, T A johnson, T B johnston, johnslon, jonsson, P justen, j. jukus, R. Kaplan, M Kaspar, R. Kaufman, R M Kearns, G. Kelley, S. Kelly, D. A Kelm, C. H Kelman, T Kemp, W. Kendrnck, Kenney, R Kessler, K. Kelts, B. L Key, G. L. Keys, j. H. Klmbrell, Knncard, M Knrby, T. R Knrkland, E F Kltchens, A Kate, K. M Kmght, j. Knoll, R. A Lackey, R. Laffrtte, D Lamb, D. C Landns, K. Lane, G. K Lane, W. E Lang, H. C Langston. Laumer, D Latourelte Law, j. M. Law, S. K, Lawler, j. C Lawrence, Lawrence, Leaders, M Leake, R. K Leatherwoo Leegale, G LeFIeur L Legg, A. W Lenard, j. Lenz, R. Lester, S. Lesueur, j Lee, G. H. W Leverelt, P Lev M Y, . Lewers, G. Lewis, j. W Lewns, W. Llbman, D Lmdler, B, Llndsey, W vQ 5-4 .nn fv- of 3 r J' Q-V4 Lippert, L. D. Lips, H. l. Loadholt,1. T Locke, F. 1. Long, 1. A. Longworlh, E E Love, D. L. Love, 1, R. Love, K. B. Lowe, C. L. Lukat, R. N. Lumxa, 1. S. Lumpkin, W. Lund, 1. S. Lung, D. Lunsford, E. K Lyle, A. E. Lynn, 1. Lynn, L. M. Lyons, 1. 1. Lyttle, T. P. McCall, L. E. McCartney, P I McClain, G. M McClure, 1. M McCook, A. W McCord, E. L McCrary, l. S McDonald, R McFarland, G McFarlane, G S McGahee, 1. 1 McGill, T. O McGrath, K. M McKinney, C G McKinnon, R McLendon, S McMullan, 1, McNatt, T. C McNeal, R. E McNeel, W. R McNew, P. A McWhirter, R P McWhorter, R W MacFarlane, M Mack, D, A. Macke, E. 1. MacPhee, C. Maguire, 1, T Mahaffee, C. R Malkoff, A. R Mancle, P, R. Mandell, 1. H Manley, M. K Manna, 1. 1. Marques, L. R Martin, C. R. Martin, 1. T. Martin, 1. H. Martin, 1. K. Martin, R. D. Martinson, W R Mashburn, D. L Massey, M. W Matheson, F. D Mathis, 1. E. Mathis, K. E. Maison, C, C Mauldin, G. E Maynard, G. E Menasche, C, M Mendenhall, G Merriman, 1. Miller, C. K. Miller, R. L. Miller, S. B. Mills, 1. 1. Milton, B. G. Mims, W. C. Mische, C. D Mistretta, F. A Mttchell, F. Mutchell, R. Moncla, S. W Moncrret, W A Monfort, R. D Montgomery Moon, T W Moore, C. T Moore, G. L Moore, R. P. Moran, R. E. Morrrs, I. A Morruson, R. Morrrson, R. Morrrson, R. Moselevf I. L Moselevf 1. F Moskow, S. M Moss, D. H. Mozley, K. R Mullrs, H. F. Murchison,j F Murphy, I. M Murphy, M. E Murray, A. W Murray, M. A Myers, R. W Nance, D. A. 5 Napter, R. W -QQ 8' Neuhaus, C. B Nevergold, 1. M Newman, I'. P Newsham, R S Newton, W. A Ney, W. I. Nrcherson, D Nichols, D. I NichoIson,.B G Ninestenn, T. M Nix, I. P. Nordxn, R. Pg I b J Norman, S. Norman, W. H North, F. D. X O'Connor, T I Odom, E, C. O'DonneIl, R F Olivares, A. Omer, D. T. Overton, R. G Owens, 1. E. L Parsons, R. C I . . R ' Parton, 1. B. Ruin? Pace, I. D. Pacetti, R. C Pappas, C. G Parker, D. M Parrott, D. Pate, J. R. Patisaul C Paul, D. K. Paulling, 1. M Peabody, B. Peabody, E. M Peak, R, D. Pearson, 1. D Peede, C. W Pelham, D, E Penn, T. L. Pepper, 1. Perdue, E. M Perlman, H. M Perry, F. D. Perry, I. L. Peters, R. H. Peterson, L. W Pettrt, M. A. Pettefer, S. E Petty, A. V. v- 11'- 'hw N, Qi ,ff L I Peveler, R D Phillips, F Pielri, I. A Pigott, H. Pigue, l. D Pirkle, R. L Ploetz, F. W Ponder, C W Ponder, l. M Pool, T. D Poore, 1. S Pope, B. Porter, A. M Porter, l. Poulsen, S P Pratt, l. H Pressley, R Prewett,j T Price, C. M Price, R. W Pruett, W. E Puckett, M A Pugh, H. i Purvis, 1. C Putnam, G P Rabold, B. Rachal, E. A Rames, S. R Ralnwater,l S Ramsey, R R Randolph, W A Rannefeld, G G Rash, E. A Raskulinelz Ralay, D. Ratay, D. Ratteree, l Rawlings, Rayburn, S D Redd, R. E Reed, S. N Rembert, W Renfroe, 1 M Reverley, R L Reynolds, D A Rezac, G. 1 R S Rhearns, Rice, B. C Rich, B. S Rocjard, B K Richards, D A Richey, F. T Richmond B Richmond L E Ricks, E. E Rippberger C M Rixey, R. G Robbs, C. T Roberts, S Roberts, T Robertson Robertson Robertson Robinson, Robinson, Robinson, Robinson, Rodriguez Rogers, R. Rogers, R. Rogers, T. Rojas, A. L Rollins, C C Rooks, C. C Ross, P. A Roughton, G Roy, R. R. Rudden, M 5 Rutledge, R E Rychly, R. E Ryer, G. M, Sacco, 1. E, St. Clair, E. G, Salter, 1, L. Sampson, A, B. Samra, 1. A, Samuelsohn, P. Sapp, W, M Sappinglon, 1. Sasseville, R, E. Salterfield, 1. W. I Schvvadron, R. Schwartz, H, H Scisson, R. E. Scott, B. E. Scott, P. 1. Scott, W. N, Segall, L. A, Serafis, 1. E, Sharp, R. H. Shaw, E. V. Shaw, P. W. Shaw, T. A. Shaw, W. F. Shealy, W. I.. Shearouse, D, C. " Shelnult, L. W. Shelton, M, W. Sheppard, C. T Sherman, 1. M, Shuck, B. Shulman, R, M Shulmister, G. Shum, Y. K. Shypula, D. P. Shypula, 1. W. Sihvonen, 1. P Sikes, W. L. Sills, P. A. Simmons, M. Simmons, R, Simmons, R. N Simonton, K. W. Sinclair M 1 Sirmans C G S ie F A S oan R. L keIl',', ' Slate, R. H. ' i , , 2 !c..! 1 Smith, C. A, Smith, C. H. Smith, G. B. Smith, C. V. Smith, H. B. Smith, P. W. Smith, R. M, Smith, R. 1. Smith, S, F. Smith, W. A, Smith-Mayes, Snead, F. E. L. E. ' 1. if 2 1, N' 3 r' 1 ' L . 1 H' :Lf ,. O - 0 L, ? Ev' 4 Q... J L . jl Z mv- N, r'N f 9' " Q 5, an .1 Snellgrove W A SoderlJerg,l G Soto, A. M Sperry, D. P Sprayberry R Springfield R Spruull, C. Stafford, D H Stalcup, B. Stanley, D R Stansbury, P S Stark, C. T Starke, L. D Steele, K. A Stegall, S. L Steininchen ' Stewart, C Stewart, D E Stewart, C Stewart, R C, Stogner, R Stone, R. D Stoner, C. 5 Story, 1. B Stover, C, D Stowers, 1, R Strean, B. M Stroyan, D B Stuart, 1. T Stuart, M, Sundermann B Surrency, W T Swebrlios, A Sweitzer, D S Swift, 1. W Tatum, G. A Taylor, B. W Taylor, D. L Taylor, D. K Taylor, L. Teal, W. M Teasley, 1. E Teem, M. P Thacker, T N Tharp, M. K Thomas, A M Thomas, F Thomas, 1. Thomas, 1 Thomas, R Thomas, R Thomason Thompson Thompson Thomson,j R Thrift, 1. R Tillery, D. R Todd, 1. R Tolleson, S P Tomasovich T l M 1 Toy, j. W. Trelry, R. I Trent, S. E. Trogdon, R Trurtt, L. S. Tuck, D Q Tucker, K. Tunon, M Turner, E, Turner,1 R. Turnlpseed, Tyler, T. N Tyre, R. M. Tyson, H. D. Ulrich, E. Underwood, E. L. Underwood, J. R. Underwood, Underwood, N Upchurch, Valentun, R. W. Vance, K. C, Vandergrntf, Vanderhoof, Varner, D. Varner, T. Vecchio, R. Vogel, P. S. Vogt, W. L Wachob, R Wachtel, D. Wagner, W, C. Wakefield, Walden, M Walker, B. Walker, D. Walker, D. Walker, N, Wallace, A, Walls, C. L Walsh, 1, L. Walsh, W. Walworth, Warburton, Ward, G. P. Ward, H. C. Warren, l, Warren, W Waters, P. Watkins, 1. Watson, M Watson, T. Webb, G. C Webb, W. Wells, C. E Wells, M. L. Wells, R. D Weneel, R. Wertman, I West, M. L. l. H. .D. .D. x if giipislgi 2. - l ' ag. . Class of 1969 West, R, L. Weslberry, H. H. Whatley, M. E. Whelan, D. L. White, H. G. Mlhile, R. T, White, T. A. White, VV. O. Whitehurst, W. A Whitmire, R. N, Wicks, L. D. Wienlxoop, G, R. Wiggins, C. L. Wiggins. R. L. Wilder, M. E. Wiley, S. L. Wilkes, l. D. Williams, C. O. Williams, D, L. Williams, D. M. Williams, D. L. Williams, G. E. Williams, l. C. Williams, 1. Q. Williams, M. F. Williams, M. B. Williams, M. C. Williams, N. M. Williams, R. D. Williamson, j. S Wilson, G. M. Wilson, L, L. Wilson, S, S. Wiherdink, M. W Woelfl, L. D. Wood, T, L. Woodward, R. H Woolley, H, C. Wren, D. E. Wright, B. D. Wright, M. L. Wyckoff, 1. S. Wyzga, M. A. Yarbrough, L. B Yeargan, V. B. Yen, Y. P. Young, H. M, Young, R. W. Young, W. S. Zahrn, T. W. Zeman, 5, M. Zimmerman, M. E Zircsy, C. N. Zodrow, C. N. NW 'UQ A -Hi sv Q Ja NG: 'W 4. 9 X at F Abelkop, L. E. Abernathy, H. S. Aberson, A D., lr, Adams, G. A. Adams, G H Adams, 1. W., li, Adams, R. A Adams, R. S. Adtll11S,VV Fl, Agee, R. A. Aleong, K W. Alexander, C. S. Allred, C D. Allen, G. T. Allen, W. C Almand, R. R. Alvarez, R. M, Alvarez, V. L., lr. Amis, H. M. Anderson, D. E. Anderson, E. In Anderson, R. D. Anderson, T. A Anderson, W. A. Andrews, l-I. W. Ansley, F. W. Aponte, G. A. Armistead, l. S. Armstrong, R. C. Arnold, W. P., Ill Aseff, G. A. Ashley, G. A, Ashley, L. D. Asip, j. S. Atkinson, E. S. Atkinson, H, L., lr. Averett, C. M., Ill Avery, W. G. Avra, E. W. Ayers, G. T. Baccus, B. L. Badger, R. I.. Baker, 1. R. Baker, 1. M. Baldassaro, j, M. Balkcom, G, H. Ballard, R. A Ballard, S. D. Barfield, C, C. Barfield, K. B. Barker, D. L. Barnes, K. L. Barr, D. R. Barr, 1. T. Barrett, 1. P. Batman, G. A. Baumann, F. A., lll Baumann, J. E. Baumgartner, M, W. Baumgartner, W. E. Bazemore, C. M. Beacham, C. 1. Beattie, 1. A. Beatty, K. E. Beddow, l. M, Beglin, M. F. Beguiristain, M. E. Belcher, P. D. Bell, C. L. Bell, H. B., jr. Bell, 1. O. Bell, 1. A., jr. Benitez, P. A. Bennett, N. R. Bennett, S. O. Bentley, H. L. Bentley, I. G., jr. Berry, C. Berry, M. E. Berthelsen, l. C., Ill 445 Mr ff I 4 .4 -'rf 1 K . ,.f,:m...-. I K md 1 1 WYVY. ' Z , .2e:.,4-. S it 9'1- -c 4'-'E .A ,UL ' ,QLVP2 ' ,A , 4 . ,- :.f4f,s.'af wf v', 5 , U 1 C 1 1z',"'..-' ' r "" 'J P' St qv' , , A . 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A I C'I.1ylun,S, N, Ia-vm-I.mcI, C I CII-vc-I.lmI, I C C'IvvvI.1ncI, I II fm IIWIIK Il ,I,II, Class of 1970 Coffman, G. R. Cohn, D. H. Coleman, I. M. Coleman, I. M. Coleman, T M. Coleman, W. M. bv, Collier, M. F. Collier, W. W. Collins, W. E. Collins, W. L. Colson, P. D., jr Combes, R. S. Comer, M. D. Conable, R. A. Conlon, C. S. Connerut, C. M. Conte, P. T. G L Coak, . . Cook, 1. F. Cook, L. A. Cook, R. D. Cook, R. N. Cook, S. L. Cooler, L. B. X 1 . 'ff' Cooner, M. L. Coppola, R. G. ' Corbett, D. K. , ' Corbin, O. B. , Corley, A. M. 63' V' s-. 'E Cornish, 1. l. L ' . fl V Cornwell, L. W. . . " Corr, R. M. 4,1 L, t 4- Corrigon, 1. l. '?'1 7""" Couey, R. D. . Covington, H. T. V T Cowan, R. D. Q Cowley, R. C., lr. if -F X3 . Cox, P. 1. ' -. 9' f Coyle, H. B., lr. Crandall, H. D. ll Crane, M. B. Crawford, B. A. Crisler, M. l. Crouch, L. C., jr. N Crowder, R. B. Crowley, A. M. Crusotl, R. L. Crutcher, C. L. il. . C'-0 t V ."::::t'i ,-. i A . 5. Cubertson, A. M. Cunningham, G. L. Cunningham, R. C. Curtis, G. B. 3 Curtis, H. N. Cutson, M. H. Danchezz, F. L. Daniel, 1. K. Daniel, 1. W. Daniell, R,1. Darcy, 1. 1. Darrieva, M. A., lr. Davenport, B. C. Davidson, 1. V., lr. Davis, E. E., jr. Davis, F. D Davi9, G. K Davis, G. T Davis, H. F Davis, 1. l, Davis, 1. B. Davis, l. L., jr Davis, M. E f"' Davis, S. C Davis, T. C Dawson, . . Deau, T. . Deaton, H. 1. DeBardelaben, S. L. DeFurio, R. A. DeHaven, B. D. DeLong, H. D. 48 ,4 -is 'Z 55- 111' B tl I L' , E 5 :ey 'cv Delosky, A. I Deluca, A. 1 , lr. Demonet, R. R. Denning, R. M Denning, 5. A. Densmore, K C. Derosa, K. R. Disasali, R. L. Dickerson, R'. E. Diller' 1. L., IV Dipetinlo, I. Dismukes, I. F , lr Dixon, D. A. Dixon, C. M. Dodge, L. G. Dodson, D. G. Domanski, M. I. Donald, M. H., lll Donaldson, K. A. Dondero, W. E. Donovan, 1. W. Dorsey, 1. P. Dorsey, P. I. Duster, C B. Douglass, W. E. Dowd, R. 1. Downey, C. R., jr Dozier, R. A. Dragalia, D. 1. Drapp, D. B. Drew, l. L., jr. Drinkard, W. D. Drummond, 1. I. Ducko, K. Duff, K. T. Dugan, I. 1. Duke, D. F., lll Dulaney, T. A Dullum, D. A. Dun, R. A. Duncan, l. L. Dunn, S. W. Dunn, T. H. DuRant, P. l. Durden, D. L. Durden, 1. G. Durkiw, W. V. Dutka, C. N. Dyer, B. 1. Dykes, 1. D. Dyson, T. R, Eckert, M. E. Ecklund, E. M. Edwards, B. H. Edwards, W. T. Eggers, L. F. Eich, R. F. Elder, I. M. Ellington, L. W. Elliston, B. C. Elwell, R. G. Emerich, R. E, Ensign, H. A. Epps, L. M. Erckmann, F. P. Erpenbach,j.l.,1r. Esposito, M. 1. Ethridge, D. 1. Etienne, W. B. Ettlinger, T. W. Evans, 1. H. Everitt, W. F. Eyster, C. R. Falemire, j. P. Faith, l. W. Fallis, R. W. Farmer, C. L. Farris, C. A. Fechtel, 1. 1. Ferguson, B. P. 44 Ferguson, C. B., jr. Ferguson, T. W. Ferrell, C M. Field, G. A, Fields, R. W. Figgatt, T. F. Finch, K. L. Fisher, C. B., ll Fishman, L. S. Fitzpatrick, T. M. Fletcher, I. H. Fletcher, L. W. Fletcher, T. P. Flood, F. R. Flower, P. C. Floyd, R. C. Fluhr, W, H. Ford, C. H. Ford, T. A. Foreman, C. P. Forrester, A. Z. Fort, W. C., lll Fortler, R. W. Fortin, R. L. Fowler, E. A. Fowler, M. R. Fowler, R. E. Fowler, T. De. Fox, 1. E., ll Fox, L. A, Fraley, G. D. Franklin, C. M. lgv 'i X f- . 1141 " ..,:-x -Q ' R' 3 Q Mi. I, Franklin, W. L. N555 , Frate, D. C., lr. Frederick, I., jr. Freeman, l. M. 2.1 h . Frrth, R. A. 'J . ,' .:153, Frost, M. R. ' A' "N Fuderer, G. F. " Fuquea, C. T. Gahl, T. A. ,.1g.'.a-1gggs:3:.fsrgQ 1 Gaines, M. W., jr. 3? Gaissert, R. C. lj Gaither, M. 5. 4 .T Gambill, J, C. ' -'iiffl cambreli, C. A, . Gang, l. M., jr. 't Gann, D. E. Gannon, W. F., lr. Ganshirt, T. I. Garfield, R. L., jr. Garlock, P. 1. Garrard, R. I, Garrett, M. T. Garrett, T. W, jr. Gasper, L. P. Gaston, G. M. Gaston, T. S. Gay, M. C. Geesey, K. F. Gell, D. J. Gennaro, R. T. Gentry, C. E. Gibbon, 1. P. Gibson, D. E. Gibson, G. T. Gibson, 1. D. Gillespie, A. H. Gnllett, B. K. Gully, D. K. Gilmore, M. K. Gilmore, W. B. Grltner, T. D. Givens, R. S. Glass, S. I. Glenn, D. T., jr. Glover, D. E. Glover, L. E. Godwin, R. L. Gohn, C. J. 450 4:2 -Wig -u ,..- .- as ,-. 'JZ' .f sr " li 1 '. 'V x ,, ... iq' t.. cv. N Q, i, , - ic-v V, X - .tai Q L Class of 1970 Qx Q- 'ri K Q.,- Goldblatt, 1. L. Goldman, R. 5. Gonzalez, G. 1. Gonzalez, R. R. Goodwin, G. I. Gordley, L. L. Gordon, G. K. Gordon, 1, W. Gordon, 1. B. Gossett, S. B. Gould, K. P. Goulde, R. L. Gower, C. B. Grant, C. W. Gray, 1. S. Gray, M. N. Gray, S. G. Gregory, E. A., jr. Gretzinger, R. E., Ill Griffeth, R. R. Griffin, W. R. Griggers, L. M. Griggs, P. H. Grimes, W. B., III Grindrod, G. W. Grist, W. 1. Griswell, K. M. Grundy, M. J. Gunby, C. D. Guoley, T. O. Gusick, R. 1. Guthrie, K. I. Hackney, A. 1. Haden, 1. K. Hagan, D. C. Hahne, F. l., lll Hale, D. G, Hale, P. W. Hall, H. E. Hamil, 1. B. Hammond, D. G. Handell, R. H. Hansell, L, F., jr. Hanson, T. M. Harden, C. C. Hardin, D. C. Hardin, W. B. Hargett, D, M., lr. Harkins, 1. A. Harms, D. E. Harper, l. C. Harper, 1. B. Harper, R. M. Harrell, W. W. Harrelson, A. W. Harrington, R. D. Harris, B, l. Harris, H. P. Harris, j. P. Harris, 1. H. Harris, M. W. Harris, R. E. Harris, R. E. Harrison, W. H., jr. Harrison, W. R., jr. Harter, G. A. Hassert, T. E. Hatcher, T, J. Haughton, R. H. Havenstein, P. F. Hawker, F. W. Hay, 1. W. Hay, W. H., jr. Hayes, J. E. Hays, R. C. Heflin, K. K. Heiderich, vv. C. Helman, H. A. Helmer, P. C. Helms, E. C. Ir-I'.IrlI, If V II III:-Iwnr I III II IIIIIIJIII, - I IIIII- II' Il IIIII- II' II IIIII- ..-Iy I I III I1'I.fIII I I WA I III'y I W IIIIIII,I,I XX ny, M ll III XX' Il I'.IIII I ff IIIIIII I' II II,IIIIII1,V Iv In-II II XX' II llll I' H Iv I,II IIIII '- I IIIIplIrlI,I I If IIrII'lI-In I M fly II 'I WAI III' II M I, If I w.II1I, II W IIIII I' II I II I IIIIIII-vIII.IIII X X' VIII' II XX IjI.II II 1. III Ixxw-I I IP III-III II' Iv I I I III II- Class of 1970 l an QQ C Z' . ' I I I Y X- r , Ix X ' XX' I-I I--I. xx II II I Iv- I I 'I Il II ...I I xx .,',...xI I' I ' II'v'u I XX Iyfx, I XX III IIII.III I-I IXI III In-. 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McGhee, I. Y. McGough, I. D. Mclnnis, B. 1. Mclnlire, B. IT. McKay, P. E. Mflieever, D. A., lr McKenna, D P. McKubbin, j. MCKIG, I. C. McKie, 1. P. McKinnon, T. H. McLean, I. C., lr. McLeod, B. F. McLeod, T. W., lr. McMahon, M. C. MC Manus, I. R. McManus, M. I. McNalt, T. O. McPherson, 1. L. McPherson, R. L. Mabry, T. H. MacFarland, S. A. Marhlolff, I. W. Mack, G. 1. Mackay, R. H. Macknnder,1. C. Mackinnon, R. D. Madden, J. F., Ill Madenfrosl, A. H. Madonia, F. Magee, W. B. Magruder, D. W. Mahaley, R. L. Maloney, D. K. Manning, C. B. Manning, I. Manuel, F. I., lf- MarkS,f1. W. Marlow. R. H. Marshall, D. A. Marshall, T. O. Martin, W. L. Marxser, W. B. Mason, R. D., lf- Mathews, A. Q. Mathews, 1. F., jr. Maljjgvys, L. K. Mathis, 1. E. Malison, H. M., lr. May, F. G. May, R. H. Mayes, I. 1. Mayson, B. F. Mead, R. F. Means,-D. P. Medori, S. M. Meek, D. K. '2ek, P. W. Meisner, L. I. Melton, R. N. Mengers, G. D. Mercer, H. W., jr. Meredith, E. I. First Annual Derby Day Rm Won by Scotty Freshman There was a "Happening" last Spring. It was the first Derby Day ever sponsored by the Beta Psi Chapter of Sigma Chi. With the enthusiastic support of the sororities from Emory and Georgia Tech, as well as girls representing each class year at Agnes Scott, this event proved to be an instant success. Although most Tech men would have considered it a fringed benefit, the Sigma Chis had some trying moments trying to keep the girls from stealing their derbies. The real fun and games began, however, when the ten teams of girls competed in contests such as the Zipper Strip, Daring Debut, and Raunchy Relay. The Freshman Scotties came out on top. Ending with a party featuring the Epics, Derby Day gave everyone on campus an amusing Saturday. . . Ig. P - Q K UU: 9 J I lr X TOP LEFT: Daring Debut with just two yards of material. ABOVE: judge ponders over opulently en- dowed Miss Derby Day contestant. 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Smith, C W Smith, E I, Smith, U C, Srnllh, V. C. Smllh, P W Smulh, R. SIHIII1, R H SYYTIIIT, R C Smurh, R. C. Smllh, R 5, lr Smllh. T M Smurm, A C.. Snuyd, I C Snider, I, I, Snyrlm-r, T M Sudvrbcrg, C P. Snlm11fm,H F, Som-lla, P. I, Suudvr, K D, Spoclnr, I C. Spvnfcr, L A Sprung, M I Slnhlvr, CQ R SlJ1IxI1nusc, A U Slnllrvrd, I, V, III Sl.1nluclcI, I T, Slnnlvy, C A Smnlvy, XV I , Ill Shlplvlnn, I A 'hhuplw-lrm, 5 H Starling, W I' Slcdman, I, C, Ir. 5ls'l'IC, G I Sl:-gall, C E SIm'lnImmI1, C Ix Slvmlmuur, T W , Ir Slvunnmn, N Sl Manu, S B Stn-nnvll, C L blcphs-ns, I, W. Slum-Il, N I Slelz, I. A. SIIII, C A. Stokes. H. C. Slwlnv, A, L 460 4,7 I ww Class of 1970 sg '.. C2 4 cy- L -Lg-I 1:7 'C'- ya In 'I' ,Jw WEN! - I - I vw 1 Il' 1- , 2 1 " Q ., ,Z St ,E ,Y L- S- 12: .Q Q. 4 I' 'K ' .ar Q p a 1' -n T I :Q my irx ,M ,.. 5.4 ,- f N-r .1 Stone, K. W. Stone, W. F., lr. Stone, W. D. Stonebraker, E. C. Storey, I. M., lll Storey, W. 1. Stotler, G. L. Strack, l. E. Strachzzi, 1. P. Strange, C. M, Strickland, S L Strickland, W. W. Stringfellow, A. F. Strom, R. B. Struble, R. N. Stubbe, F. M. Stumpf, W. S. Stutes, R. C., jr. Sudduth, A. L. Sumner, W. E, Sunderson, l. M., lr. Sutter, E. M., lr. Sutton, A. B. Sutton, l. D. Sweat, E. D. Szymborski, R. C. Talarowski, S. A. Tallon, R. R. Tamalus, E. S. Tappan, R. M. Tappen, R. M. Tarter, I. O. Tate, T. D. Taylor, D. M. Taylor, D. R. Taylor, D. W. Taylor, E. W. Taylor, G. E. Taylor, S. R. Taylor, T. L. Teague, W. B, Terrell, L. A. Tharpe, l. B., lr. Thomas, C. A. Thomas, E. l. Thomas, j. E. Thomas, M. L. Thomas, M. E. Thomas, S. E. Thompson, K. A. Thompson, W. H. Thorpe, C. R. Thorrez, P. M. Thortsen, L. V. Thurman, G. S. Tigh, M. s. rilqhln, H. R. Tison, A, l. Todd, D. K. Todd, H. M. Todd, W. 1. Tracy, R. S. Tucker, D. M. Tucker, R. S. Tudor, G. A. Tuhy, P. M. Turner, B. Turner, D. B. Tyler, I. L. Uhl, A, L. Underwood, 1. G. Upchurch, I. T. Usry, E. E., In Valentine, J. O., jr. Valentlno, T. F. Van Brackle, L. N., Ill Vander Plaats, 1. H. Vander Plaats, T. F. Veatch, R. A. Veazey, T. G. 46 VIIIIJIIII VI-II.IIIII Xfvrllvl XII-Iyn-I VII I-I'I-. X'IlII,IvII XIIIII,-III, X'III',IIII XIIIIIIII X'IIIgl '. XX'.II1III'I XXHIIIIIIII XX.III-I-I XXHIIIII-I XX.III I I-I III II I I4 XX I XX XVI I 1X ID I IX XXHIII-. I M I I XX I. I XX'.III XX I XX'.III.II1 XX'.IIl.III XX'.IIII'I XX'.IIlI-I- XX'.IIII-I- XXZIIII. XXGIIIIIIQ, XX'.IIIIIlI XX'.II4'l '. XXKIIIIIIII XX'.II'.--II XX'.Il-.I Ill XX .ll-A III XX.III. XX.IxIv XXI-.Ixvl XXv.IIIII XX:-.IXIII XXI-,III-I XXI-IIII XXI'IIII XXIIIIII XX'I'IIII XX'u-Iwi XXl'I'I- -. XX1-IIIIII XXI'IIII'I XXIIIII-.II XXI-In-. 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Williamson, E. G. Williamson, L. A, Willis, L. N. Willis, S. M. Wills, l. R. Wilson, F. M. Wilson, F. M, Wilson, 1. A. Wilson, P H. Wilson, T. F, Wingo, C. M. Wingo, I, B. Wirt, C. R. Wirz, B. M. Wise, W. R., lr. Wolfe, R. C. Womack, D. R. Wood, l, M., Ill Wood, 1. T Wood, R. E., lr. Wood, S, A, Wooddy, I. L. Wooclard, l- l. Woodhull, M. T. Wooll, W. W. Workman, I. W. Wren, T. E. Wright, R. B., lr. Wynn, I. L, Yale, I. R. Yarhorough, V. A. Yarsh, M. C. Yehsalxul, P. D. Yekalis, S, E. Yeaila, C. M. Young, A, R. Young, R. V., lr. Zagarola, S. W, Zalanlis, P. N. Zalmai, G. I. Zampell,.R. l,, lr. Zawoysky, R. I. Zimmerman, F. A Zirin, L, A, 5th Year Architects Frank C, Adams Melvin A, Arbaugh Thomas R. Barrett ViCl0f 5- Bowman Homer P. Crum B. Arch, B. Arch. B. Arch. -B. Arch. B. Arch. Fi eh Q' 5 in 'Quvf-wx gi-" k J if William Davenport William W. Duffey I- M- Filler Christian K. Fruendt Brian A. Gray B. Arch. B. Arch. B- AFCVI- B. Arch. B. Arch. 4? .ff ' ff' M mags- -L AL joseph l. Greenberg Ivan E. johnson, lll IHHWSS N- Leake B. Arch. B. Arch. B- ArCh. Thomas A. McCrary Robert E. Morris William N- 5h00k B. Arch. B. Arch. B- Arch. YW- isf' '-R ur Ir- fr, A Z n' ! .-4' r 4: X .:'. --f' U! .- s,,-P F H, David R. Spear Larry B. Spencer jack l. Worth, III " B. Arch. B. Arch. B. Arch. 'N 'lm-Q l 'f Na.-Q 4 K... Numan A. Abdul-Latif Robert Acebal Ch.E. A.E. Graduate Students 'Q . .EK y wx- T' W tba:- 3' j.x,,,,,.M R t f 1,5-ff: . 6 - ,S:1A:1?: Q si Y 3555: S 1 ' , .tgiyjiiisff A , ,tt, ,. , A 1 5 1 ,, 5 t , R , fx N X X . -..s.,3i, 3. , X K., I Na V, e1 Bruce Whitehouse, President Graduate Senate nw ff' 5' V 1' 5 K -1' . a. ' 'vs .' .,,aT' r ' rf: f ' , . ,f l I f -f . ff: :fl tx - james F. Adams john P. Adams Fernando M. Alexandre Mosaid M. Al-Hussaini CE. l.M. E.E. CE. r l 5-QW '95 br-Q Hilmi D. Altinbilek Robert H. Ammerman john R. Andrews Larry G. Arnold Philip C. Bandow Thomas A. Barley C-E. E.E. Cer.E. Text. M.E. 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I, i: X Q is 'x - ',X" " ' . x H' - ' x ' ' ' , ' - vu A J- N. . I Q! W?"A. ' XX --Vg fb u ' I 'I' X I 'S ou Q.. , -I . ,.:--A 1 X- x'x'3.j,,,-r ,gjj.',, M' ' V' v. 3 x - , - ' , -A 5 ' I P. 3 4 . - V - .Q -. Ulu -' .,.fX " 1+-"'-iw ' K V JI",-, 'I ..,."Z V 'fc xg., ,. is B: Y. QX, ,"'-3' V.' 1 my in 1... hx 43 Graduate Students Wullnam E Baucum james T. Baxter john C Beasley Earl R Beeman Margjqalj A Bell Phys Chem. Ch E 'GIF Howard Berry David W. Bley Errc S Bossak julia D Bouchelle Robert E Bowling I S EE I E 4- Oscar j. Britlingham EE. lOhD P- BUYJHF1 Otrs H Burnslde Rhett Burton Harleston E Cabanuss John P Campbell E M E M Peter fx Carlson john H. Carsvvell james H Carter Artorn Chandavrmol , A N E j 2 fri. Basil P. Cooper George M. Clark William R. Coker Ggrdon B, Cgley Travis E. Combs Frederick L. Cook E.E. E.E. QE, E-E. Math Af- -ie-f ,gf iii james C. Cooper Herbert W. Corley Noah W. Cox Norman D. Crump William F. Daniel joaquin R. Davila l.S. E.E. E.E. E.E. C.E. 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Text. Met. C.E. C.E. l.E. -If-if Ravindra K. lain Larry L. johnson Dennis E. jones Rolf D. luzi Fouad Y. Kamel Chuan-Lin Kan l.E. E.E. l.E. Arch. C.E. A.E. ' - ,, :az , s " an I Rolf G. Kasper Philip D. Kelley Cary I. Kellman Aryoush Kiam Fred 1. Kitchens Norman C. Koon LM. LE. c.E. 5.5. c.E. Phys. Suthat Kriengsiri Douglas B. Langille Ronald R. Leaders Philip I. Levine Chi-Wen Lin Harry R, Lime C.E. Phys. Met. C.E. E.M. CE, di Richard C. Lockwood Louis B. Long Roy C. Loutzenheiser Axel W, Lubkowitz Arthur Luedtke Victor Lyman C.E. N.E. C.E. A.E. l.E. A.E. David R- MCEIVOY William D- MC'-euand Dwight A- McPherson Robert W. McVicar Guillermo Marroquin Donald G. Massey Phys. Math E.E. LE. CITE. C.E. 1317195 B- Mathews Pierce Y. Matthews Gerald W. May Ronald C, Mayer William T. Mayo William C. Meredith LE- Phys. M.E. E.E. E.E, l.M. Graduate Students - ydt l lr T '- ' -1 lnllffll A- M"Y0f'l'll'l0 lllfllll-la M. Mlllvl' Stephen M. Mitchell Mahmoud Mohajery Cecil G. Montgomery Terry S. Moore I l Phys. I.L M.E. M.E, l.E. -19' YQ -A-Q ago 5... lhornaw Il. Moore Thonms VV. Morgan Charles l'. Morris lUl1l1 ll Moseley Charles A, Muench Yusuf C. Mussali I'hy5. bl. P E, Phyb. E.E. C.E, l i l M Q 'l'fZ" l ' Pairic lx I. Neeley james U. Neighlmrs Iluey N, Nunnally Humberto I. Ortega Edgar M. Pass Robert E. Patrick l if-wi LL. 5.5. LL. Math NE. i i l l I , 'VN ,--. tj' ul Douglas W. Pallilo Elmer Il. Payne Eugene A. Powell Henry M. Reed Phillip A. Reed l0Seph M- Reynolds I l lf. CE. A,E. E.E. l.E. Nf- 7 ...Q ii Vl"'W'1 l- Rlwne Ian P. Richey R-ll1l1dl'l ROSS julio Q. Rosselli Vaito 1. Sauna-Aho l059PlW D- 53VaBe L L C L L M I E C E I M i l 470 I ' Q E K vs ' -vw.. fi t -If an joseph M. Saye Vernon H, Schievelbein lean P. Schwartz Paul A. Sessa Robert A. Shelton Keith W. Shipman I.M. Chem. C.E. Ch.E. C.E. KE. ' gr- lf '15 james F. Smmons Harry D. Smith Henry T. Smith Newton 1. Smith Alan H. Spring Everett E. Stackhouse Text. Phvs. N.E, E-E. A.E. M.E. 'R ,, Robert E. Stanford Alonzo l. SffiCkla0d 1811195 F- 5lfiCkl6f1d Clyde M. Stuart Andrew T. Sumner Shin-Ichi Takahashi Math LM. Cl1.E. l.E. l.E. l.E. -ve 42 .,,. an ,js- fy Q.-n jerrell M. Thomas Robert G. Thomas Dwight L. Totten Robert N. Trebits Kam C. Tse Hugh C. Tucker A.E4 I.M. l.E. Phys. CE. E.E. Frank N. Tuller Brian P. Tunstall james R. Tuttle Ronald W. Umphrey Al M. Varney Wallace W. Ward Chem. E.E. C.E. M.E. A.E. A.E. Graduate Students 1 l..llx XY NVQ-lrstm' I M. .l' Ml, A uC.a 'P'-Q I'. W1-Imlxwyvl Rulmlcl V. VVl'Nl1.'I'lThll1 Riclmrd A. Wlmiarmnl Robert M. White Bobby D. Widdice KILL. M.L. CE. CE. rf lmlwmd l Wnllmuns Lnnmus R. Wullmms Dm-r Chang Wu Ping Pin Yang Shyh-Feng Yao Ling Yeh l l Ml L'I1.E. Chem. E.E. T.Ch. . ADAMS, CARL EDWARD, Ocala, Fla., Me- chanical Engineering, Delta Upsilon, Aqua jackets, SAE. ADAMS, FRANK COOK, Pine Mountain, Ga., Architecture, Alpha Tau Omegan, Secretary, Phi Eta Sigma, Koseme Society, Tau Sigma Delta, Student Lecture 8t Entertainment Committee, Freshman Camp Counselor, WSF Committee, Y.M.C.A. Cabinet. ADAMS, KENNETH EUGENE, Albany, Ga., In- dustrial Management, Phi Delta Theta. ADAMS, ROGER AARON, Sandersville, Ga., Industrial Management, Society for the Ad- vancement of Management, American Mar- keting Association. AIKENHEAD, MALCOLM NEIL, ll, Sarasota, Fla., Civil Engineering, Swimming Team, 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Counselor, 2 3, Senior Counsel- or, 4. AKENHEAD, ROBERT BEAUMONT, New Or- leans, La., Electrical Engineering, Phi Gamma Delta, Bulldog Club. ALBERTSON, DANNY STEVEN, Tucker, Ga., Civil Engineer, Barbell Club, 1963, ASCE, 1965-1967, ASCE, Treasurer, 1966. ALBRITTON, IAMES RUSSELL, San Antonio, Texas, Physics, Phi Eta Sigma, Tau Beta Phi, Phi Kappa Phi, Sigma Pi Sigma, Pi Mu Epsi- lon. ALFORD, THARON EUGENE, Il, Montgom- ery, Alabama, Industrial Management. ALLEN, HERSCHEL KENNETH, Union, S.C., Technique, Rifle Team. ALLEN, ROBERT LEON, Kissimmee, Fla., Electrical Engineering. ALONSO, FELIPE, Coral Gables, Fla., Indus- trial Engineering, Alpha Phi Mu, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi, Dean's List, 1, 2, 3, 4, Pan American Club, Treasurer, Bar- bell Club, ISO, AIIE. AMANN, KENNETH BENIAMIN, Dresden, Tenn., Aerospace Engineering, Phi Kappa Tau, Band, 1, 2, Bulldog Club, 2, 3, 4, AIAA, 4. AMES, ANTHONY, M., Alpha Tau Omega. ANDERSON, LESTER McTIER, Savannah, Ga., Industrial Management, Kappa Sigma, Trea- surer 8t President, Phi Kappa Phi, IM Honor Society, Secretary, Dean's List, Arnold Air Society, Ramblin Reck Club, President, Inter- fraternity Council Honor Board, IFC Repre- sentative, Freshman Camp Counselor, 2 years. ANDERSON, HUGH B., IR., Barnesville, Ga., Industrial Management, Kappa Sigma, Pledge President, S.A.M., A.M.A. ANDERSON, IOHN M., Atlanta, Ga., Indus- trial Management, S.A.M. ANDREWS, DAVID GILBERT, Lake Worth, Fla., Electrical Engineering, Eta Kappa Nu, Briaerean Society, Kappa Kappa Psi, Band. ANDREWS, FRANK I., Atlanta, Ga., Chemical Engineering, Pan American Union, I.S.O. ANDREWS, CHARLES RENEAU, III, Canton, Ga., Electrical Engineering, Lambda Chi AI- Senior Directory pha, Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, Phi Kappa Phi, Glee Club, President, 1966-67. ANGLIN, MARVIN DAVID, IR., Atlanta, Ga., Industrial Management, Society for the Ad- vancement ot Management. APPLEGATE, IAMES HENRY, Swainsboro, Ga., Textiles, Dappa Alpha Order. APPLEY, IAMES WALLACE, III, St. Petersburg, Fla., Mechanical Engineering, Alpha Tau Omega, Pledge Class President, Wreck Chairman, Society of Automotive Engineers, American Society Mechanical Engineers, Cir- cle K, Society for the Advancement of Man- agement, American Metallurgical Society. ARBAUCH, MELVIN ARNOLD, Atlanta, Ga., Architecture, Delta Tau Delta, Bulldog Club, Corresponding Secretary 8: Athletic Chair- man, Delta Tau Delta. AREHART, WILLIAM MITCHELL, IR., Iackson- ville, Fla., Industrial Engineering, S.A.M.E., Gavel Club. ARMSTRONG, IACK ARNOLD, IR., Atlanta, Ga., Civil Engineering, Sigma Chi. ARMSTRONG, REC, WILLIAM, Ft. Lauder- dale, Fla., Industrial Engineering, AIIE, S.A.M.E. ARNOLD, GARY LEE, Kennesaw, Georgia, In- dustrial Engineering. ARSENEAU, ALLEN A., Biloxi, Miss., Engl- neering Mechanics, Drama-Tech. ATKINS, RICHARD DAN, Baytown, Texas, Building Construction, Pi Kappa Alpha, Presi- dent, Vice President, Treasurer, Secretary. ATKINSON, LARRY WAYNE, Orlando, Fla., Industrial Engineering, Phi Sigma Kappa, Sentinel Inductor. ATWILL, IAMES R., IR., Orlando, Fla., Chem- istry, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Activities Chairman, American Chemical Society, Canterbury, N.R.O.T.C. AWBREY, MARK BUTLER, Roanoke, Ala., ln- dustrial Engineering, Pi Kappa Alpha, Schol- arship Chairman, Phi Kappa Phi, Tau Beta Phi. BAKER, GERALD ALLEN, So. Daytona, Fla., Math. BAKER, HARRY DAVIS, Atlanta, Ga., Chemi- cal Engineering, Pi Kappa Phi, Secretary, 2, Chaplin, 2, A.I.CH.E., 3, 4, Bulldog Club, 2, Interfraternity Council, 2. BAKER, LAURIE L., Bartow, Fla., Aerospace Engineer, Pi Tau Chi, Ramblin Reck Club, AIAA, Treasurer, WSA, Chairman, Society for Women Engineers, Secretary, Wesley Foun- dation, Council Member, secretary, Gamma Psi, Athletic 81 School Spirit Committee, Stu- dent Advisory Committee to the President. BALDWIN, GARY DEWITT, W. Palm Beach, Fla., Mechanical Engineer, Pi Tau Sigma, Briaerean Society, Co-Op Club, Bulldog Club. BALDWIN, ROBERT V., Madison, Ga., Indus- trial Engineer. BALFOUR, HARVEY BRIAN, Albany, Ga., Phi Epsilon Pi, House Manager, Biological Soci- ety, Veep, Psi Society, Aqua-Iackets. BANKS, IOEL NORMAN, Huntsville, Ala., In- dustriaI.Engineer, Alpha Epsilon Pi, Social Chairman, Vice President, Phi Eta Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, Alpha Pi Mu, Phi Kappa Phi, Alpha Phi Omega, Ramblin' Reck Club, AIIE. BARE, DAVID RHODES, Westminster, Md., Industrial Engineer, Pi Kappa Alpha, Treasur- er, Glee Club. BARNARD, GRANDY B., III, Memphis, Tenn., Math, Lambda Chi Alpha, Phi Eta Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, Vice President, Tau Beta Pi, Bri- earean Society. BARRETT, THOMAS R., McComb, Miss., Ar- chitecture, Kappa Alpha, American Institute of Architects. BARRINEAN, WADE HAMPTON, Ill, Atlanta, Ga., Industrial Design. BARTHOLOMEW, ROBERT LARRY, Norco, La., Chemical Engineer, Phi Kappa Tau, So- cial Chairman, Executive Committee, Vice President, Bulldog Club, A.I. CH. E. BARTLETT, FELTON DREW, IR., Macon, Ga., Aerospace Engineer, AIAA, 3, 4. BASS, HAROLD CHARLES, Pinellas Park, Ha., Electrical Engineer, Glee Club, Senior Coun- selor Smith Dorm. BATCHELOR, ALBERT LAWSON, IR., Gray, Ga., Chemical Engineering, Pi Tau Chi, Bap- tist Student Union, President. BArcHELoR, IAS. DONALD, Augusta, Ga., Industrial Management, Kappa Sigma, Ass't Social Chairman, IFC Representative, Ram- blin' Reck Club, Interfraternity Council, Public Relations Chairman, Co-Chairman Pep Ral- lies Committee, 1967, Greek Week Commit- tee, 1966-1967, Alpha Y Phalanx, Freshman Camp Counselor, 1966-1967, AMA, Fresh- man Baseball. BAUSCH, IAMES F., Ross, Ohio, Electrical Engineering. BEADLES, CHARLES GAYDEN, Baton Rouge, La., Civil Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha. BEARSS, ROBIN MARTIN, Tampa, Fla., Indus- trial Management, Air Force R.O.T.C. BEASLEY, IOHN BEN, Atlanta, Ga., Architec- ture. BEATTY, GRIFFIN RHYRE, IR., Macon, Ga., Ceramic Engineering, Band, American Ce- ramic Society. BEELAND, WILLIAM DeWlTT, cordole, Ga., Electrical Engineering. BELKIN, BERNIE IOE, Grand Rapids, Mich., Electrical Engineering, Alpha Epsilon Pi, Eta Kappa Nu. BELLER, ARTHUR ELVERTON, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., Electrical Engineering, Briaerean Society. BELTON, MICHAEL LEE, Mt. Olive, Ala.: Physics. BENOIT, MICHAEL LOGAN, Iacksonville, Fla., Industrial Management, Kappa Alpha. BENTON, WILLIAM BARR, Ft. Worth, Texas, Mechanical Engineering, Sigma Alpha Epsi- lon, Finance Committee. BERRY, DENNIS LAMAR, Atlanta, Ga., Aero- space Engineering, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Social Chairman, N.R.O.T.C. BEST, KENNETH W., Baton Rouge, La., lndus- trial Management, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Deputy Table, Treasurer, Finance Committee Chairman, Student Council, Ramblin' Reck Club, Cheerleader Captain, judo Club, Pla- toon Leaders, Marine Corps., Student-Faculty Leadership Conference. BETHEL, IULIAN, IR., Atlanta, Georgia, Aerospace Engineer, Theta Chi, Historian, Flying Club. BIEGING, IVAN T., Reston, Va., Psychology, Phi Delta Theta, Psi Society. , BIRD, ANDREW IACKSON, Moultrie, Ga., Math, Phi Delta Theta, Phi Eta Sigma. BISHOP, KERMIT O., IR., Waycross, Ga., In- dustrial Engineer, Theta Chi, Treasurer. BLACK, IOSEPH K., Dunwoody, Ga., Indus- trial Management, Kappa Alpha Order, Trea- surer, Bulldog Club. BLANCHARD, RICHARD EARL, Adel, Ga., Textile Management, Kappa Alpha Order. BLANE, WATKINS IUDSON, IR., Roanoke, Va., Civil Engineering, Phi Delta Theta, Exec- utive Committee, Interfraternity Council Representative, Chi Epsilon, Student Council, judiciary Cabinet, "T" Club, American Soci- ety Civil Engineers. BLESSING, WALTTER DALE, Aiken, S. C., ln- dustrial Engineer, A.I.I.E. BLOOM, MICHAEL D., Forsyth, Ga., Indus- trial Management and Electrical Engineering, Beta Theta Pi, House Manager, Sgt. at Arms, Scabbard and Blade, President, 1966-1967, Pershing Rifles, Barbell Club, Society for the Advancement of Management. BLUMBERG, WILLIAM ROTH, Shreveport, La., Industrial Management, Phi Epsilon Pi, Treasurer, President, I.M. Honor Society, De- bate Team, Interfraternity Council, lnterfra- ternity Honor Board. BOARD, GEORGE WILLIAM, Hardinsburg, Ky., Electrical Engineering, Foil 84 Mask So- ciety, Vice President, 3 84 4. BOATRIGHT, RONALD WAYNE, Atlanta, Georgia, Civil Engineering, Chi Epsilon, A.S.C.E. BOLTE, CHARLES CLINTON, Birmingham, Ala., Industrial Engineering, Beta Theta Pi, Corresponding Secretary, Alumni Secretary, ASFOC Representative, Koseme, Omicron Delta Kappa, Vice President, Student Coun- cil, 4 years, Vice President, Freshman 81 Sophomore Class, President, Iunior Class, Secretary-Treasurer, Senior Class, Chairman, Student-Faculty Honor Committee, Iudiciary Cabinet, Student Advisory Committee to the President, Chairman, Southern Universities Student Government Association. BONITATIBUS, RONALD WILLIAM, Atlanta, Ga., Civil Engineer, Lambda Chi Alpha, Pledge Trainer 81 Parliamentarian, Toastmas- ters Club. BOONE, FREDERICK IRVIN, Fairhope, Ala., Industrial Engineer, Phi Gamma Delta, Histo- rian, American Institute of Industrial Engi- neers. Senior Directory BOROAS, MELVIN KENNETH, Atlanta, Geor- gia, Electrical Engineer, Alpha Epsilon Pi. BOWDEN, HENRY ELMO, Atlanta, Georgia, Mechanical Engineer, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, A.S.M.E. BOWEN, GERALD ASHLEY, Bonaire, Ga., Building Construction. BOWEN, TROY LEE, IR., Toccoa, Georgia, Civil Engineer, Lambda Chi Alpha, S.A.M.E. A.S.C.E. BOWMAN, VICTOR SHERWOOD, Warner Robins, Ga., Architecture, Student Chapter American Institute of Architects. BRABHAM, BOBBY GEORGE, Milledgeville, Ga., Electrical Engineering, Briaerean Society. BRABSTON, DONALD C., IR., Birmingham, Ala., Applied Mathematics, Pi Mu Epsilon, Phi Eta Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Chi, Phi Kappa Phi, Y.M.C.A. Gavel Club, President and Educational Vice President, Alpha Phi Omega, Parliamentarian and Membership Secretary, Baptist Student Union, Freshman Council, Executive Council. BRADLEY, ROBERT F., Philadelphia, Pa., ln- dustrial Management, Lambda Chi Alpha, As- sistant Treasurer, Scholarship Chairman, In- dustrial Management Dean's List for 4 years, Society for the Advancement of Manage- ment. BRADLEY, WALLACE HAROLD, Atlanta, Ga., Electrical Engineering, Air Force R.O.T.C., Arnold Air Society. BRADSHAW, LARRY NELSON, Smyrna, Geor- gia, Applied Math. BRAMLETT, ROYCE NEVVTON, Atlanta, Geor- gia, Chemistry. BRAUER, LARRY F., Atlanta, Georgia, Me- chanical Engineer. BRAVO, IOHN EARL, St. Petersburg, Fla., Industrial Engineer, Arnold Air Society. BRENNAN, MARTIN M., Augusta, Ga., Chemical Engineer, A.l.CH.E. Gym Team, 1. BREWER, LEWIS, IR., Griffin, Ga., Industrial Management, Pi Kappa Alpha, Vice Presi- dent, Secretary, IM Honor Roll, 4 qtrs., Ar- nold Air Society, Freshman Track, Society for the Advancement of Management, Canterbu- ry Club, Personnel Officer for AFROTC Wing, Delta Sigma Pi Pledge. BRIGGS, IOHN OLIVER, Brewton, Ala., Civil Engineer, Phi Gamma Delta, Historian, Rush Chairman, Pershing Rifles. BROCK, MILTON VERNON, Folkston, Ga., Civil Engineer. BROCK, WAYNE ROBERT, Marietta, Ga., Aerospace Engineering, A.I.A.A. BROOKS, CHARLIE RAY, Chamblee, Ga., In- dustrial Management. BROOKS, DAVID HENRY, Westminster, Mass., Mechanical Engineer. BROOKS, WILLIAM WRIGHT, IR., Miami, Fla., Aerospace Engineer. BROWN, CARL EUGENE, Ellenwood, Ga., In- dustrial Engineer, A.I.I.E. BROWN, FRANK M., swalnsboro, Ga., Tex- tiles, Delta Sigma Phi, Treasurer, Delta Kap- pa Phi Textile Honorary. BROWN, O. RAYMOND, Cleveland, ca., Physics, Pi Kappa Phi, President, Treasurer, Rush Chairman, Sigma Pi Sigma, American Nuclear Society. BROWN, IAMES HUGH, Marietta, Ga., ln- dustrial Engineer, Delta Sigma Phi, Georgia Tech Band. BROWN, WILLIAM MILTON, Augusta, Geor- gia, Electrical Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, Briaerean Society. BRUNSON, IOHN HASTY, Sylvania, Ga., Chemistry, Tau Kappa Epsilon. BRYAN, IOHN C., Atlanta, Georgia, Math. BUCHHOLZ, ROBERT EDWARD, Atlanta, Ga., Aerospace Engineer, A.l.A.A. BUCKMAN, IOHN BELL, McLean, Va., Electri- cal Engineering, Institute of Electrical 84 Elec- tronic Engineers, Society for the Advance- ment of Management, Varsity Rifle Team. BUHLER, JERRY DEAN, Atlanta, Georgia, Chemistry, Delta Tau Delta, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Bulldog Club. BULLOCK, ROBERT DAVIS, Tucker, Ga., In- dustrial Management, Delta Tau Delta. BUNCE, TIMOTHY LANE, Albany, Ga., lndus- trial Engineer, A.I.I.E. BURKETT, HAROLD EUGENE, Atlanta, Ga., Chemical Engineering. BURNETT, DAVID S., Tupelo, Miss., Chemi- cal Engineering, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Treasur- er, A.I. Ch. E. BURNETTE, ROY BERNERD, Spartanburg, S. C., Mechanical Engineering, A.S.M.E. BURNS, CHARLES ALAN, Smyrna, Ga., Chemical Engineer, Scabbard 84 Blade Soci- ety, A.I. Ch. E., College Life, Alpha Pi Omega, Navy R.O.T.C., Political Forum, Barbell Club. BURROW, TOM WADE, IR., Brentwood, Tenn., Industrial Engineer, Delta Tau Delta, Rush Chairman, A.I.I.E., SL 81 FC. BuRsON, BENIAMIN THOMAS, lll, Camilla, Ga., Industrial Engineering, Delta Upsilon, Secretary, House Manager, Publications Chairman, Campus Activities Chairman, Pho- tography Club, Secretary, 3, President 4, Triangle Club, Advanced Air Force R.O.T.C., A.l.l.E. BUSH, ROBERT CECIL, Vienna, Ga., Civil En- gineering, Tau Beta Pi, Chi Epsilon, A.S.C.E. BUTLER, IERRY B., Tampa, Florida, Civil Engi- neering, Chi Epsilon, Co-op Club, President, 4, International Association for Exchange of Students for Technical Experience, Toastmas- ters Club, Dormitory Counselor, American Society of Civil Engineers. BUTLER, JOHN GARY, Chamblee, Georgia, Industrial Management, l.M. Honor Society, S.A.M. CABE, RAYMOND CLINTON, Decatur, Geor- gia, Industrial Engineer, Kappa Kappa Psi, Vice President, A. j. Garing Band Award, Georgia Tech Band. CALLAWAY, FORREST DYAR, Atlanta, Geor- gia, Electrical Engineer, Phi Eta Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, Dean's List. CAMERON, DAVID ARRA, LaFayette, Ga., Architecture. CAMP, ROGER ALLEN, Decatur, Georgia, In- dustrial Management. CANNON, ROBERT CARL, Orlando, Florida, Industrial Management, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Treasurer, Phi Sigma Epsilon, Alpha Kappa Psi, President, Georgia Tech judo Club. CARDEN, LLOYD EUGENE, Atlanta, Georgia, Mechanical Engineer. CARITI-IERS, ROBERT PALMER, Chamblee, Ga., Chemistry, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi. CARLSON, IAMES RUSSELL, Decatur, Ga., Textiles, Kappa Sigma, Phi Psi Textiles Frater- nity, Arnold Air Society, Air Force R.O.T.C. CARROLL, IIMMIE RANDALL, Atlanta, Geor- gia, Industrial Management, Vice President Delta Sigma Pi, Varsity Baseball, 2 years, "T" Club, American Marketing Association, So- ciety for the Advancement of Management. CARROLL, ROBERT LEWIS, East POint, Ga., Electrical Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi, Gamma Beta Phi, Triangle Club. CARTER, CHARLES A., Cookeville, Tennes- see, Building Construction. CARTER, CHARLES LEON, Savannah, Geor- gia, Electrical Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, Dean's List 3 years, I.E.E.E.' CARTER, CURTIS LAWRENCE, IR., Atlanta, Ga., Industrial Management, Sigma Nu, In- dustrial Management Honor Society, Dean's List. CARY, CHARLES W., IR., Sparta, Georgia, Industrial Engineer, S.A.M., Gamma Beta Phi, A.I.l.E. CASSARINO, ANTHONY SALVATORE, Holly- wood, Fla., Aerospace Engineer, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Gamma Tau, Phi Kappa Phi. CASTNER, IOHN PAUL, Louisville, Ky., In- dustrial Management. CATES, WILLIAM CLYDE, Huntsville, Ala., Electrical Engineer, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Insti- tute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers. CHAMBERLAIN, LEROY B., Atlanta, Georgia, Electrical Engineer, Arnold' Air Society. CHANDLER, A. RUSSELL, III, Chattanooga, Tenn., Industrial Engineer, Phi Gamma Delta, Treasurer, Pl.edge Trainer, Assistant Steward, Co-op Club, Alpha Phi Omega, A.I.I.E., Bull- dog Club. CHANDLER, DOUGLAS RAY, Stannton, Va., Industrial Engineer, Pi Kappa Alpha, I.F.C. Representative, Student Council, Bulldog Club, Ramblin Reck Club, I.F.C. Honor Board, A.I.I.E. CHANDLER, IERRY WAYNE, Atlanta, Geor- gia, Industrial Engineering. CHAPMAN, BENIAMIN EDGAR, IR., Salem, Va., Chemical Engineer, Sigma Phi Epsilon, President, Vice President, Guard, Rush Girl Chairman, A.I. Ch. E. CHAPMAN, ROBERT ELLIS, II, Florence, S. C., Electrical Engineer, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Dormitory Counselor. CHEN, CARL, Phnom-Penh, Cambodia, Chemical Engineer, Student Counselor, A.I. Ch.E., Vice President, Chinese Club, l.S.O., Secretary. CHESTER, IAMES STATES, II, Katy, Texas, ln- dustrial Management. CHILDS, ANDREW GARY, Columbus, Ga., Mathematics. CHOW, EDWARD TZE-YUEN, Hong Kong, Electrical Engineer, Chinese Club, I.S.O., Baptist Student Union. CHURCHMAN, CHARLES GILPIN, Decatur, Ga., Chemical Engineering, A.I. Ch. E. CLARK, JAMES RONALD, Altoona, Florida, Mechanical Engineering, A.S.M.E. CLARK, LEO FRANCIS, Decatur, Georgia, In- dustrial Engineer, A.I.I.E., Circle K, Newman Club. CLARK, THEO WENDELL, Sylvester, Ga., In- dustrial Engineering, Phi Sigma Kappa, Secre- tary, Treasurer, Vice President. Kowloon, CLARK, THOMAS B., Augusta, Georgia, In- dustrial Engineering, Chi Phi, Secretary, Phi Eta Sigma, Vice President, Tau Beta Pi, Vice President, Phi Kappa Phi, Alpha Pi Mu, Presi- dent, American Institute of Industrial Engi- neers, Freshman Tennis, Intcrfraternity Council. CLARKE, IAMES O. IR., Decatur, Ga., Indus- trial Management, Technique, 1, 2, Associate Sports Editor, 2, Westminster Fellowship 'I, 2, 3, 4. CLEAVER, MICHAEL WARREN, Forest Park, Ga., Textile Chemistry. CLEMENTS, BRUCE REED, Baltimore, Md., Electrical Engineering. CLEVELAND, IOHN PATRICK, Atlanta, Ga., Electrical Engineering, Briaerean Society, I.E.E.E., Tau Kappa Epsilon. CLINE, IAMES LAMAR, Albany, Ga., Indus- trial Engineering, Chi Phi, A.I.I.E. ' COCHRANE, IOHN DALE, East Point, Ga., Industrial Engineering, Freshman and Varsity Cross-counry team, A.I.I.E. COFER, IAMES WENDELL, Lithonia, Ga., Electrical Engineering, Gamma Beta Phi, Service Organization Secretary and Vice President. COKER, BARRY WAYNE, Hapeville, Ga., In- dustrial Engineering. COKER, DENNIS S., Atlanta, Ga., Industrial Management, Delta Sigma Pi, Society for the Advancement' of Management, Army R.O.T.C. COLLINS, FRANK ALTON, Doraville, Ga., In- dustrial Engineering. COLVERT, ROBERT GARY, Orlando, Fla., En- gineering Mechanics, Scabbard 81 Blade, First Sergeant. CONTRERAS, BELISARIO E., Atlanta, Ga., In- dustrial Engineering, Theta Chi, Pro Ameri- can Club, Vice President, International Stu- dents Organization, Executive Committee Member, I.E.E.E. COOK, BRUCE ERBERT, Atlanta, Georgia, ln- dustrial Engineering, Sigma Nu, Social Chair- man, Koseme, Dean's List, 4 years, Alpha Phi Mu, Briaerean Society, President, 1966 US- USSR Cultural Exchange Program, Freshman Camp Counselor, 2 years, Student Council, Bulldog Club, Vice President, Ramblinl Reck Club, judiciary Cabinet, Secretary, Student- Faculty Honor Board, Alpha-Y-Phalanx. COOK, STEPHEN DALE, Sheffield, Ala., Me- chanical Engineering, Circle K. COOPER, CHARLES STOKES, Robertsdale, Ala., Physics, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Army R.O.T.C. COOPER, WILLIAM MICHAEL, Pineville, Ky., Electrical Engineering. COOPER, EDWIN PATTERSON, Atlanta, Ga., Industrial Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, Briaerean Society, Alpha Pi Mu, Dean's List, Co-op Club, Society for the Advancement of Man- agement, American lnstitute of Industrial En- gineers, Wesley Foundation, Bulldog Club. COPPER, IOHN F., Odessa,- Del., Industrial Management, S.A.M., A.I.I.E. CORBITT, IAMES McDONALD, Willa- coochee, Ga., Electrical Engineering, Bri- aerean Society, Eta Kappa Nu Association, Tau Beta Pi. CORCIA, IOHN TRENT, No. Miami Beach, Fla., Ceramic Engineering, Delta Tau Delta, Scholarship Chairman, Keramos, American Ceramic Society, President. COSTELLO, IOHN OWEN, Pompano Beach, Fla., Physics. COSTELLO, THOMAS E., Bridgeport, Conn., Industrial Engineering, Delta Tau Delta, Sgt.-at-arms, American Institute of Industrial Engineers. COTTEN, HENRY PRITCHETT, Perry, Ga., Mechanical Engineering, S.A.E., A.S.M.E. COUCH, ION EDWARD, Chattanooga, Tenn., Mechanical Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha, President, 1966, Pi Tau Sigma, Secre- tary, Briaerean Society, Co-op Club, Ameri- can Society of Mechanical Engineers, Trea- surer. COUCH, WILLIAM DONALD, Dallas, Texas, Civil Engineering, Phi Gamma Delta, Pledge Trainer, Tau Beta Pi, Chi Epsilon, Phi Eta Sigma, Co-op Student Council Representa- tive, Co-op Club Section I, President, Wes- ley Foundation Council. COWART, CHARLES RUSSELL, IR., Albany, Ga., Industrial Management, Society for the Advancement of Management. CRAWFORD, IAMES B., Decatur, Georgia, Psychology, Dean's List, 3, 4, Psi Society, 3, 4. CRIFASI, MICHAEL LEE, Hapeville, Georgia, Industrial Management, Pi Kappa Phi, Presi- dent, Historian, Social Chairman, Industrial Management Honorary Society, Drama Tech. CROKER, WILLIAM TALMADGE, East Point, Ga., Mechanical Engineering. CROSSLEY, ROBERT WILLIAM, jacksonville, FIa.,'Civil Engineering, Chi Epsilon, Tau Beta Pi, American Society of Civil Engineers. 4 Sigma Nu's Dominate Spring Intramurals The Sigma Nu's managed to squeeze out victories in both softball and track, while also taking tennis, to completely dominate the spring intramurals. Theta Chi was the only other organization to capture a first place as they brought home the golf trophy to give the fraternities a clean sweep. The Pan-Am Club met the Snakes for the soft- ball championship and had the game in the bag until a Sigma Nu popped an easy out to the right-fielder, but unfortunately there was no right-fielder. This enabled the scor- ing of three runs and gave the game away. The Delt's managed to produce a speed- ster faster than the Sigma Nu's jimmy Adams, but were unable to supply the depth. Both teams took four first places, but the Sigma Nu's tallied up more points to win 44 to 35. L if, lt'-1-ff" 1" at Z it ll .-erm: -, fg"05,f. fl' P-art iii ' F "Vx - f. ffl, -,g '21 Q" Y, 'f - -ai' -N ". 3 ,J 1: -t. qi , is A'.,,g' A, Q at ... 'R Xfvhafeiv 5 ' n ' .r JM , .Ewa at. msg?--' 1 V , I '.' , as, "tu A pq, ..-.-. - 'T'-W ' b'. 15: .'4s's - - CRUM, HOMER' PRESTON, IR., Tifton, Geor- gia, Architecture, Sigma Chi, N.R.O.T.C., American Institute of Architects. CUNNINGHAM, COLE EMIL, Atlanta, Geor- gia, Electrical Engineering, Institute of Electrical 84 Electonronic Engineers. CURRIE, NICHOLAS CHARLES, Doraville, Ga., Physics, Chi Psi, Secretary, Phi Eta Sig- ma, Bulldog Club. CUSHING, CHARLES LOWELL, Atlanta, Geor- gia, Electrical Engineering, Drama Tech, Georgia Tech Political Forum. CUTHBERTSON, CARL RAEFORD, Taylors, S. C., Textile Chemistry, Delta Kappa Phi, Dor- mitory Counselor, A.A.T.C.C., Baptist Student Union. DAILEY, RICHARD IOSEPH, Atlanta, Ga., ln- dustrial Management, Alpha Kappa Psi. D'ALESSlO, STEVEN MICHAEL, Englewood, N. I., Mathematics, Newman Club. DANIEL, KENNETH WAYNE, Dallas, Texas, Electrical Engineering, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Freshman 81 Varsity Cross-country Team, In- stitute of Electrical 81 Electronic Engineers. DANIEL, THOMAS BELL, Atlanta, Georgia, ln- dustrial Management. DARLEY, WILLIAM C., IR., Pelham, Ga., In- dustrial Engineering, A.l.l.E. DARNELL, IOHN HILL, Smyrna, Ga., Electri- cal Engineering. DASHER, CAMPBELL KING, IR., Marietta, Ga., Industrial Management, Aqua Iackets. DAVENPORT, WILLIAM, IR., Atlanta, Ga., Ar- chitecture, Technique, Pershing Rifles, A.I.A., Student Chapter. DAVIS, EMILY IUDITH, Lumber City, Ga,. Chemical Engineering, American Institute Chemical Engineers, Secretary, Women's Stu- dent Association. DAVIS, IAMES WAYNE, Brunswick, Ga., Electrical Engineering, Gym Team, I.E.E.E. DAVIS, SWEP TAYLOR, IR., Hattiesburg, Miss., Mechanical Engineer, Phi Kappa Tau, President, 1965-1966, Pledge Trainer, 1964-1965, Treasurer, 1966-1967, Ramblin Reck Club, Student Council, Vice President Student Body, R.O.T.C., Brigade Officer, Omicron Delta Kappa, Koseme, Pi Tau Sigma. DAVISON, LARRY ROYCE, Cedartown, Ga., Mechanical Engineer, Phi Kappa Tau, House Manager, Pledgemaster, President. DAY, IOHN EDWARD, Kathleen, Ga., Ce- ramic Engineering, American Ceramic Society, Secretary, 1966-1967. deGIVE, DENNIS W., Atlanta, Georgia, In- dustrial Management, Aqua Iackets, Pershing Rifles. DEISENROTH, MICHAEL P., Chattanooga, Tenn., Mechanical Engineering, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Briaerean Society, Treasurer. DELATORRIENTE, IORGE, Habana, Cuba, Electrical Engineering. DELPH, TERRY iostpri, corbm, Ry., Aero- Senior Directory space Engineering, Phi Kappa Tau, Scholar- ship Chairman, Treasurer, Phi Eta Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Gamma Tau, Phi Kappa Phi, Georgia Tech Band. DENNET, SAMUEL D., Stavanger, Norway, Psychology, Tau Kappa Epsilon. DENNIS, ENNIS R., IR., Hapeville, Ga., Indus- trial Management. DEVORE, IOHN ROGER, Aiken, South Caroli- na, Electrical Engineering, Tau Kappa Epsi- Ion, Vice President, I.E.E.E. DIMICELI, ROBERT K., Flushing, N. Y., Indus- trial Management, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Trea- surer, Society for the Advancement of Man- agement, A.M.A. DISHONGH, IEFFERSON LEE, Cleveland, Miss., Industrial Engineering, Sigma Chi, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Eta Sigma, Band. DOBSON, CARL COSTER, Atlanta, Georgia, Applied Biology. DOBSON, WILLIAM EUGENE, Atlanta, Geor- gia, Industrial Management, Society for the Advancement of Management. DOHERTY, TERRACE RONALD, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management. DOMINQUEZ, HOMERO NICOLAS, Lake- land, Fla., Architecture, K.O.F.C. DONNELLY, WILLIAM M., Decatur, Georgia, Physics. DOOLEY, LOYD BENIAMIN, Atlanta, Geor- gia, Architecture, Tau Sigma Delta, Student Chapter of the American Institute of Archi- tects. DORMAN, RONALD WEEKS, Macclenny, Fla., Physics, Alpha Tau Omega, Phi Eta Sigma. DOSTER, IOSEPH GARLAND, College Park, Ga., Electrical Engineering. DRISKELL, CHARLES NEWTON, IR., Atlanta, Ga., Applied Mathematics, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Phi Omega. DRISKELL, DAVID CLIFTON, Decatur, Ga., Mechanical Engineering, Pershing Rifles, 1, 2, 3, Znd Platoon Leader, 3, Society of Ameri- can Military Engineers, 3, 4, American Soci- ety of Mechanical Engineers, 4, Army R.O.T.C., Captain, BLUE PRINT, 'I ,2, 3, 4, Managing Editor, 4. DUFFEY, WILLIAM WILSON, IR., Birming- ham, Ala., Architecture, Delta Sigma Phi, American Institute of Architects. DUNCAN, LANE M., Atlanta, Georgia, Archi- tecture. DUKE, DEREK LEE, Hinesville, Ga., lndusrial Management, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Arnold Air Society, President, I.M. Honor Society, RAMBLER, Writer. DUNN, DUNCAN FORRESTER, Moultrie, Ga., Industrial Management, Sigma Alpha Epsi- Ion, Eminent Herald, Ramblin' Reck Club, "T" Club. DUPRESS, ISAIAH HARRIS, Atlanta, Georgia, Architecture. EASON, HENRY BART, Atlanta, Georgia, In- dustrial Management, Society for the Ad- vancement of Management, American Mar- keting Association. EINZIGER, ROBERT EMANUEL, Clark, N. I., Physics, Phi Eta Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Pi Sigma. ELDREDGE, EDWIN R., IR., Birmingham, Ala., Chemical Engineering, Phi Gamma Delta, A.I. Ch. E. Etus, PAUL cAisiottR, Asheville, N. c., in- dustrial Engineering, Sigma Chi, Spring Rush Chairman, Koseme Society, Student Council, Class Representative for Freshman, Sopho- more, Iunior, President of Senior Class, Y.M.C.A. Cabinet Member at Large, Presi- dent, Alpha-Y-Phalanx, Chaplain, 1st Vice President, Ramblin' Reck Club, Secretary- Treasurer, USA-USSR Exchange. ELY, MICHAEL LEWIS, Atlanta, Georgia, In- dustrial Management, Alpha Tau Omega. ENGINUN, MINE EMINE, Istanbul, Turkey, Chemical Engineering, S.W.E., President, 1966-1967, I.S.O., A.I. Ch. E. ERVIN, WILLIAM DOUGLAS, Marietta, Ga., Aerospace Engineering, Sigma Gamma Tau, A.E. Honorary, A.I.A.A. ESTERMAN, BONNIE I., Atlanta, Ga., Math, Gamma Psi, Secretary, W.S.A., Chairman Elections Committee. EUBANKS, FRANCIS MARION, IR., Washing- ton, Ga., Civil Engineering, A.S.C.E. EVANS, IOHN HERBERT, Chattanooga, Tennessee, Industrial Engineering. FARR, IAMES LEWIS, Decatur, Georgia, Ap- plied Psychology, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Table Manager, Rush Chairman, Secretary, Vice President, Psi Society, Sigma-Y-Phalanx, Stu- dent-Faculty Leadership Conference, Alpha- Y-Phalanx. FAUGHNAN, WILLIAM, Augusta, Georgia, Industrial Engineering, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Newman Club. FAY, STEPHEN GARY, Livingston, N. I., ln- dustrial Engineering, Theta Chi, Treasurer, Sports Chairman, Bulldog Club, A.l.l.E. FELDMAN, HERBERT S., IR., Decatur, Ga., Chemical Engineering. FENDLER, PETER ROBERT, Augusta, Georgia, Industrial Management, Pi Kappa Alpha, So- cial Chairman, Display Chairman, House Manager, Sailing Club. FERGUSON, ROY WASHINGTON, IR., Col- lege Park, Ga., Electrical Engineering, Kappa Kappa Psi, President, Georgia Tech Band. FIELD, IAMES WALTER, Decatur, Georgia, Industrial Management, Delta Tau Delta, As- sistant Treasurer, Athletic Chairman. FIELD, WILLARD MICHAEL, Atlanta, Ga., ln- dustrial Management, Phi Kappa Theta, Air Force R.O.T.C., advanced, Commander, A.F.R.O.T.C. Drill Team, Newman Club. FIGUEROA, DAVID R., Atlanta, Georgia, Electrical Engineering, Newman Club, 1, 2, 3, Triangle Club, 2, 3, Photography Club, 2, 3, 4, President Recreation Council, 2, 3, Execu- tive Roundtable, 3. FINLEY, IOHN THOMAS, Florence, Ala., Aerospace Engineering. FINN, DAVID A., Richmond, Va., Applied Biology. FISHER, CHARLES DONALD, Forest Park, Ga., Mechanical Engineering. FISHER, WILLIAM NAYLOR, Congers, N. Y., Chemical Engineering, Vets Club. FITZPATRICK, THOMAS EDWARD, Haines City, Fla., Mechanical Engineering. FLORENCE, BYRON BAILEY, wrt-ns, ca-afgia, Aerospace Engineering, A.I.A.A. FLOWER, PAUL HENRY, New Orleans, La., Civil Engineering, Delta TaLi Delta, Home- coming Chairman, Guide, Vice President, Bulldog ClLib. FOLTMAN, ANTHONY IOSEPH, Il, Tampa, Florida, No Main Course Listed. FORTIER, MICHAEL EDMUND, Atlanta, Georgia, lnclustrial Management, I.M. Honor Society, Football Team. FOSTER, IOHN RANDALL, Rockledge, Flori- da, Industrial Engineering, Theta Chi, Secre- tary, First Guard, Second Guard, A.I.I.E. FOSTER, ROBERT R., Nashville, Tenn., lndus- trial Management. FOUGHT, STEPHEN OLIVER, Omaha, Neb., Math. FOWDEN, IAMES ALBERT, Atlanta, Georgia, Chemical Engineering, Phi Gamma Delta, Scholarship Chairman, Circle K Club, A.I. Ch.E. FOWLER, IAMES CLEVELAND, Atlanta, Ga., Industrial Management, A.M.A. Socicty for the Advancement of Management, Georgia Tech Baseball, "T" Club. FOX, TERRY C., Memphis, Tenn., Industrial Engineering, Phi Delta Theta, Co-op Club, A.l.I.E., Freshman Football. FOX, TERRY T., Cincinnati, Ohio, Mechanical Engineering, A.S.M.E. FRAILIE, EDWIN LEE, Ashland, Ky., Chemical Engineering, A.I.Ch.E., Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-op Club. FRANCES, RICHARD GLEN, Lake Charles, La., Math. FRASER, BRUCE GORDON, Pasadena, Calif., Mechanical Engineering, Phi Delta Theta, Warden, Preceptor, Track. FREEMAN, DORSEY EDWARD, Bowden, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering. FREEMAN, WINSLOW P., Atlanta, Georgia. Electrical Engineering. FRIEDLAND, MARC M., Atlanta, Georgia, In- dustrial Engineering, Alpha Epsilon Pi, A.I.I.E. FRITZE, ROBERT ARTHUR, N. catdwett, N. i., Industrial Management, Baseball, Freshman Basketball, A.M.A. Society for the Advance- ment of Management. FROHN, DAVID ROSS, Amite, La., Aerospace Engineering, Phi Sigma Kappa, A.I.A.A., 3, 4. FRUENDT, CHRISTAIN K., Hamburg, Ger- many, Architecture, American Institute of Architects, Triangle Club, Lutheran Student Association. FUGATE, KELLY GLENN, No Home Address Listed, Building Construction. FULFORD, SAMUEL HUBERT, Columbus, Georgia, Industrial Engineering. FULGHUM, ERNARD EUGENE, Memphis, Tenn., Industrial Management, Kappa Alpha, Sgt. at Arms, Doorkeeper, Football Team, Baseball Team. IOLTIVIAN, ANTHONY IOSEPII, II, Tampa, Fla., Physics, Student Counselor Towers Dorm, Sophomore 81 Iunior Years, Senior Counselor Senior year. FUNKENSTEIN, LOUIS B., Anderson, S. C., Industrial Management, T Club, Georgia 'tech Basketball Manager. FUSSELL, IERRY BERNARD, Eastman, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering, Kappa Alpha, House Manager 2 years, Pi Tau Sigma, Amer- ican Society ol Mechanical Engineers, Soci- ety lor the Advancement ol Management. GALVIS, CHRISTIAN, Bogota, Columbia, SA., lnclustrial Management, Colombian Student Organization, Treasurer, Intc-rnational Stu- dent Organization. GARDNER, SPENCER IIENDERSON, Carlisle, Ohio, Aerospace Engineering, Phi Sigma Kappa, Inductor, House Manager, American Institute ol Aeronautics 81 Astronautics, Bap- tist Stuclenl Union. GARNER, CHARLES DANA, IR., Newnan, Georgia, Mechanical Engineering, A.S.M.E., Society lor the Advancement of Manage- ment. GARRISON, FORREST CHAMBERS, McRae, Georgia, Chemical Engineering, A.I.Ch.E., A.C.S. GAYLORD, CHARLES HENRY, IR., Atlanta, Ga., Aerospace Engineering, Theta Chi, Vice President. GEBHART, WILFORD WELMAN, Nashville, Tenn., Electrical Engineering, Phi Eta Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu. GEIGER, WILLIAM G., IR., Folly Beach, S. C., Electrical Engineering, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Bulldog Club. GILLESPIE, CHARLES RAYMOND, IR., Albany, Ga., Industrial Management, Delta Sigma Pi, Society for the Advancement of Manage- ment. GINATTA ANTONIO EMILIO, Guayaquil, Ec- uador, Mechanical Engineering, Soccer Club, Vice President, Captain, Pan American Club, President, International Students Organiza- tion, Vice President, A.S.M.E. GLENN, LARRY E., Decatur, Ga., lnclustrial Management, Alpha Kappa Psi. GODFREY, EDWARD WILLIAM, Signal Mtn., Tenn., Industrial Management, Kappa Sigma, Pledge Trainer, Ramblin' Reck Club, Alpha- Y-Phalanx, Executive Roundtable. GOFORTH, ROGER W., Chamblee,4Ga., In- dustrial Engineering, Sigma Chi, Rush Chair- man. GOGLIA, DAVID D., Atlanta, Georgia, Inclus- trial Engineering, Chi Phi. GOLDMAN, CHARLES GIBSON, Thomson, Ga., Civil Engineering, Tau Kappa Epsilon. GOLSON, HODGES LLOYD, IR., Rock Hill, S. C., Industrial Management, Kappa Alpha, President, Rush Chairman, Ramblin' Reck Club, IFC, Football Usher, Leadership Con- ference. GONCZI, ANDREW FISHER, New Orleans, La., lnclustrial Management, Phi Kappa The- ta, Treasurer, Society lor the Advancement ol Management, Technique, Newman Club, Secretary, President. GORDON, WILLIAM II., West Palm Beach, Florida, Mechanical Engineering, Gymnastics Team. GORE, DAVID WYANT, Atlanta, Georgia, Electrical Engineering, Pi Kappa Alpha, Eta Kappa Nu, Briaerc-an Society, Vice President. GRAMANTA, MICHAEL, Miami, Florida, Me- chanical Engineering, Newman Club, Barbell Club. c1RAvirr, ALAN CLAY, East Rami, Ga., Phys- ics, Pershing Rifles, Gamma Beta Pi. GRAY, BRAD ANTHONY, Iackson, Miss., Ar- chitecture. GREEN, IAMES KENNETH, Atlanta, Ga., Electrical Engineering, Ga. Tech Roundtable. GREENBERG, IOSEPH I., Fairlielcl, Conn., Ar- chitecture, Phi Epsilon Pi, President, Pledge Master, Rush Chairman, Executive Commit- tee, Interlraternity Council, Bulldog Club, Student Council, American Institute of Ar- chitects: National Disciplinant Board of Phi Epsilon Pi. GREENE, IAMES DAVID, Forest Park, Ga., Chemical Engineering, A.I. Ch.E., A.C.S. GREER, WILLIAM P., Toccoa, Ga., Textile Engineering, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Secretary, Outstanding Pledge, 1963, Correspondent, Kitchen Manager, Pledge Class President, 1963, Phi Psi. GRESHAM, THOMAS STEED, Washington, Ga., Industrial Management. GRIFFIN, DEWEY, CARL, LaFayette, Georgia, Electrical Engineering. GRIFFIN, ELBERT NOLAN, Wayne, N. I., Ar- chitecture, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Student Chap- ter of A.I.A. GRIFFITH, GARY ALLEN, Birmingham, Ala., Ceramic Engineering, Pi Kappa Phi. GRISWOLD, FREDERICK CHARLES, IR., Sa- vannah, Ga., Aerospace Engineering. GROZAN, THOMAS CARL, Miami, Fla., Aerospace Engineering, Phi Sigma Kappa, Sentinel, A.I.A.A., Bulldog Club. GUETTLER, LAWRENCE HENRY, IR., Mont- gomery, Ala., Physics, Drama Tech. GULLEY, IOHN QUENTIN, Knoxville, Tenn., Chemical Engineering. GUMM, MILTON, SHERMAN, Dallas, Texas, Industrial Engineering, Co-op Club, Vice President. GUTIERRAZ, MANUEL A., Caracas, Venezue- Ia, Electrical Engineering, Pan American Club. HAAS, STEVEN ALLEN, Iackson, Miss., Aero- space Engineering, Sigma Gamma Tau, A.E. Honorary, Glee Club, Baptist Student Union. HAEGER, IOHN RALPH, IR., COraI Gables, Fla., Electrical Engineering, Delta Upsilon, I.E.E.E., Student Council, The Councilman, Editor, Technique, Editor, Associate Editor, Executive Roundtable, Scabbard 81 Blade, Pershing Rifles. HALL, GERRY W., Albany, Georgia, Industrial Management, Phi Delta Theta. 77 478 HALL, MORRILL MELTON, JR., Athens, Ga., Industrial Engineering, A.l.l.E., Co-op Club, Section II, Varsity Glee Club, 2. HALL, STEPHEN C., East Point, Georgia, ln- dustrial Management. HALLMAN, WILLIAM STEW, Lancaster, S. C., Civil Engineering. HANSELL, DENNETT R., Washington, D. C., Textiles, Theta Chi, Pledge Marshall, Histo- rian, Librarian, Guard, Vetrans Club, Barbell Club. HARDY, CLIVE EDWARD, Atlanta, Ga., ln- dustrial Engineering. HARDY, THOMAS CLIFTON, Macon, Ga., Textile Chemistry. HARGIS, ROBERT LEE, Milan, Tenn., Me- chanical Engineering, Pi Tau Sigma, Presi- dent, American Society of Mechanical Engi- neers. HARLEY, JAMES EMMETT, JR., Savannah, Ga., Mathematics, Pi Tau Chi, President 8r Secre- tary, Lutheran Student Assn., Vice President. HARMS, KARL H., Sarasota, Fla., Electrical Engineering. HARRELL, CHARLES ALBERT, Douglasville, Ga., Industrial Management, A.M.A., Society for the Advancement of Management. HARRIS, BARON ARTHUR, Atlanta, Georgia! Electrical Engineering, Alpha Epsilon Pi, Georgia Tech Sailing Club, I.E.E.E., Georgia Tech Y.M.C.A. Recreation Council, Tech- wood Tutorial Project, Fowler Street School Chairman. HARRIS, GERALD ROSS, Carville, La., Electri- cal Engineering: Phi Gamma Delta, Track, T Club, Bulldog Club. HARRIS, MARY CATHERINE, Atlanta, Ga., ln- dustrial Engineering, Gamma Psi, A.l.I.E., W.S.A., S.W.E. HARRIS, ROBERT R., Atlanta, Georgia, Indus- trial Management, Delta Tau Delta, Society for the Advancement of Management, Y.M.C.A. Freshman Camp Counselor. HARRIS, ROBIN NELSON, Valdosta, Ga., Civ- il Engineering, A.S.C.E. HARRIS, THOMAS Huon, Griffin, Ga., Tex- tiles, Sigma Chi, Rush Chairman, 3, Historian, 2, Society for the Advancement of Manage- ment, Triangle Club. HARRIS, WILLIAM GILBERT, Memphis, Tenn., Mechanical Engineering, S.A.E., A.S.M.E., Aqua Jackets, Flying Club, Gym Team. HARRISON, JERRY C., Atlanta, Ga., Industrial Engineering, Veteran's Club. HART, THURMAN ED, Rome, N. Y., lndus- trial Engineering. HARWELL, WALTER ROBERT, Atlanta, Ga., Electrical Engineering, I.E.E.E., Photography Club. HAUENSTEIN, JOHN ALLEN, Kingstree, S. C., Mechanical Engineering. HAWKINS, JAMES DALE, Charlotte, N. C., Senior Directory Industrial Management, "T" Club, Society for the Advancement of Management. HAWKINS, JAMES HALE, Greenville, Miss., Electrical Engineering, Pi Kappa Alpha. HAWKINS, IOHN PHILIP, Ft. Worth, Texas, Industrial Engineering, Alpha Pi Mu. HAWKINS, ROBERT W., Brunswick, Ga., N0 Major Course Listed. HAWKINS, THOMAS B., Griffin, Ga., Indus- trial Management, Phi Eta Sigma, I.M. Honor Society, Arnold Air Society, Air Force R.O.T.C. HAYES, JAMES ROBERTS, Atlanta, Ga., Civil Engineering. HAYES, RICHARD BRYANT, Atlanta, Ga., Building Construction. HAYS, GARY LEE, College Park, Ga., Indus- trial Engineering, Band, A.l.I.E. HAZELTINE, DON RAE, Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Management, Society for the Ad- vancement of Management, American Mar- keting Association. HEGGLUND, ROBERT KINLEY, Malvern, Ark., Industrial Management, Scabbard 84 Blade, Delta Sigma Pi, Army R.O.T.C. HEMBREE, DONALD TERRY, Hapeville, Ga., Applied Mathematics, Dean's List I-4. HENDRICKS, JIMMY, Americus, Ga., Chemi- cal Engineering, American Chemical Society, American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Baptist Student Union. HERBST, HENRY CHARLES, Hixson, Tenn., In- dustrial Design, Association of Industrial De- sign Students. HERNANDEZ, ROCAEL, Guatemala, C. A., Textile Engineering, Delta Kappa Phi, Pan American Union Club, Student Counselor. HESTER, JAMES GRADY, Savannah, Ga., Civil Engineering, Student Chapter-American So- ciety of Civil Engineers. HESTER, JAMES LAWRENCE, Toccoa, Ga., Electrical Engineering, Eta Kappa Nu. HICKEY, JAMES EDWARD, Marietta, Ga., Ar- chitecture, Phi Kappa Sigma, Student Chap- ter of A.I.A., Sailing Club. HICKS, JOHN ALSON, III, Elmhurst L. I., N. Y., Psychology, Sigma Nu, Chaplain, Histo- rian, Ass't Treasurer, Psi Society. HICKS, JAMES E., Decatur, Ga. Aerospace Engineering, Phi'Eta Sigma, Sigma Gamma Tau, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Scabbard 84 Blade, Society of American Military Engi- neers, American Institute of Aeronautics 81 Astronautics. HILBURN, BRIAN ALTON, Jacksonville, Fla., Industrial Engineering, Alpha-Y-Phalanx 1, 2, A.A.I.A., 1, 2, Canterbury Association 'I-4, A.l.l.E., 3, 4. HILL, DAVID NORMAN, Lake City, Fla., Ceramic Engineering, American Ceramic Society. Hiisirtv, DOUGLAS Moizoaiv, Silver Spring, Md., Mechanical Engineering, Phi Gamma Delta, A.S.M.E. HINSON, ROSCOE McCLENDON, JR., Kins- tiee, S. C., Mechanical Engineering. HNAT, IOHN ALLEN, Cleveland, Ohio, Civil Engineering, Pi Kappa Alpha, Athletic Chair- man, Pledgemaster, Chi Epsilon, Bulldog Club, A.S.C.E. HODNETT, BYRON EARL, LaGrange, Geor- gia, Industrial Engineering, Theta Chi, Ass't Treasurer, Interfraternity Council Representa- tive, Interfraternity Council Finance Commit- tee Chairman, American Institute of lndus- trial Engineers. HOENES, ROBERT WILLIAN, Baltimore, Md., Electrical Engineering, Phi Kappa Sigma, President, Vice President, Secretary, Bulldog Club, Council Man. HOFFMAN, JEFFRAY LEE, Atlanta, Ga., Ap- plied Math. HOGAN, SPURGEON GRAVES, IR., Atlanta, Ga., Electrical Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi. HOLBROOK, JON H., Clearwater, Fla., Archi- tecture, Pi Kappa Alpha, Secretary, Student A.l.A. HOLLAND, DONALD O., Atlanta, Ga., In- dustrial Management, Sigma Chi, Senior Rep., Alpha Kappa Psi, Society for the Ad- vancement of Management, Tech Color Guard, Pershing Rifles. HOLLIDAY, LWAMON ROY, III, Savannah, Ga., Electrical Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, I.E.E.E. HOOD, WILLIAM ROGERS, Jonesboro, Ga., Electrical Engineering, Tau Beta Pi. HOOKS, LEWIS EDDY, Barnesville, Ga., ln- dustrial Management, Sigma Nu, Industrial Management Honor Society, I.M. Honor Seminar, Society-for the Advancement of Management, American Marketing Associa- tion. HORNBUCKLE, JOSEPH BELVIN, JR., Lexing- ton, N. C., B.S. Textiles, Sigma Chi, Vice President, Bulldog Club. HORNE, JOHN FRANKLIN, Albany, Georgia, Electrical Engineering, Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi, I.E.E.E., Baptist Student Union. HORNSBY, CHARLOTTE MARIE, S. Charles- ton, W. Va., Applied Math, Phi Kappa Phi, T'book, Society of Women Engineers, Wom- an's Student Association, Gamma Psi. HORNSBY, KENNETH WAYNE, East Point, Ga., Chemical Engineering, Sigma Nu, Tau Beta Pi, Vice President Phi Eta Sigma. HORST, HENRY REUBEN, Brandon, Fla., Chemical Engineering, Delta Upsilon. HORTON, ROBERT L., Decatur, Ga., Theta Chi, Rush Chairman, 1965., Executive Offi- cer, Georgia Tech Band, Technique. HSU HENG WAI, Knowloon, Hong Kong, Me- chanical Engineering, Pi Tau Sigma. HUDDLESTON, KENNETH M., Senoia, Ga., Industrial Management, Society for the Ad- vancement of Management. HUDGINS, DAVID WILLIS, Huntsville, Ala., Industrial Engineering, Aqua Jackets, Vice President, American Institute of Industrial Engineers, Secretaw. HUDSON, HENRY TRAYLOR, Atlanta, Ga., Civil Engineering, A.S.C.E., Co-op Club. HUDSON, RICHARD LOWE, Atlanta, Ga., ln- dustrial Management, Phi Delta Theta, Soci- ety for the Advancement of Management, Transferred from Vanderbilt. HUDSON, THAD WATSON, JR., Albany, Ga., Electrical Engineering. HUDSON, W. KELLY, Atlanta, Ga., Textiles, Sigma Nu, Phi Psi, Glee Club. HUGHES, LARRY DENNIS, Columbus, Ga., Industrial Engineering, Delta Sigma Phi, A.I.I.E. HUGHES, ROBERT M., Savannah, Ga., lndus- trial Management, I.M. Honor Society. HUME, ALBRED SHEPPARD, JR., Scottsdale, Ariz., Electrical Engineering, Phi Sigma Kap- pa, Secretary, Treasurer. HUNNICUTT, HARRY ALDWIN, Moultrie, Ga., Physics, Baptist Student Union. HUNT, C. ANTHONY, Decatur, Ga., Biology, Student Council, Chairman Construction Committee, Biology Society, President, Can- terbury Association, President, Student A.A.C.S. HUTTON, DAVID VERNON, Ft. Oglethorpe, Ga., Industrial Engineering. HUZAR, THEODORE WILLIAM, Houston, Texas, Aerospace Engineering, Dorm. Stu- dent Counselor. INGLETT, FOREST WATSON, Augusta, Ga., Industrial Management, "T" Club, Varsity Football, Varsity Track. ISMART, DANE RICHARD, Baltimore, Md., Civil Engineering, Phi Epsilon Pi, Toast- masters Club, A.S.C.E. JACKSON, ANDREW EDMOND, JR., Nashville, Tenn., Civil Engineering, Pi Kappa Alpha, House Manager, Pledge Tribunal, American Society of Civil Engineers. JACKSON, CHARLES LEWIS, Windsor, Conn., Industrial Engineering, Theta Chi, Historian, Ass't. Treasurer, Barbell Club, A.I.I.E., Fresh- man Basketball. JACKSON, CARLETON WARNER, Grace- wood, Ga., Physics, Varsity Rifle Team, Pershing Rifles, Commander Army R.O.T.C., Brigade Commander, Superior Cadet Decora- tion, Chicago Tribune Award, Ga. Tech Army R.O.T.C. Honor Award. JACKSON, RILEY VENNING, Greenville, Ga., Electrical Engineering, Briaerean Society, Sec- retary. JAMES, HARRISON W., lll, Auburndale, Fla., Civil Engineering, Delta Tau Delta, Social Chairman, Interfraternity Council. JAMIESON, JOHN M., Bluebell, Pa., Electrical Engineering, Briaerean Society, Aqua Jackets. JAMIESON, ROBERT ALLEN, Atlanta, Ga., Aerospace Engineering, Sigma Gamma Tau, American Institute of Aeronautics 81 Astro- nautics. JARRETT, ROY EUGENE, Atlanta, Ga., Inclus- trial Management, Kappa Alpha, Delta Sigma Pi, S.A.M., A.M.A., "T" Club, Ramblin' Reck Club. JERABER, CHARLES F., Atlanta, Ga., Industrial Management, Theta Chi. JOHNSON, CRAIG ALLEN, East Point, Ga., industrial Design, Association of Industrial Design Students, Secretary. JOHNSON, DONALD ALBERT, Baltimore, Md., Industrial Engineering, Technique, Bull- dog Club, Sigma Nu, Atlhetic Chrm., Alpha- Y-Phalanx. JOHNSON, HERMAN W., JR., Gainesville, Ga., Chemical Engineering, Delta Upsilon, Co-op Club, Bulldog Club. JOHNSON, JULIS JUDSON, Atlanta, Ga., Civ- il Engineering. JOHNSON, IVAN EARL, lll, Tallahassee, Fla., Architecture, Beta Theta Pi, Historian, Omi- cron Delta Kappa, President, Student Coun- cil, Historian 84 Chairman International Students Committee, Rambler, Editor, Pub- lications Board, Presidents Advisory Com- mittee, International Students Organization, Treasurer, Student Chapter A.I.A. JOHNSON, JAMES KENNETH, Kinarcls, S. C., Aerospace Engineering, Delta Upsilon, Ath- Ietic Chairman, A.I.A.A., Vice President 81 Secretary, Bulldog Club. JOHNSON, NEIL CHARLES, Atlanta, Ga., In- dustrial Management, Chi Phi, Treasurer, American Marketing Association, Society for the Advancement of Management, Bulldog Club, Treasurer. JOINER, JIMMY NEAL, Warner Robins, Ga., Mechanical Engineering. JONES, GOERGE MICHAEL, Mobile, Ala., Electrical Engineering, Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi, Institute of Electrical 84 Electronic Engineers. JONES, JACK GOBLE, Lexington, Ky., Indus- trial Management, Phi Delta Theta, Alpha Kappa Psi, 1966, Governors Intern Program, Track Team, Fall '64. JONES, LAWRENCE LEE, Atlanta, Ga., Me- chanical Engineering, A.S.M.E. JONES, ROY MICHAEL, Tampa, Fla., lndus- trial Management. JONES, SPENCER LARRY, Fayetteville, Ga., Industrial Management. JORDAN, LEWIS HOLMES, III, Atlanta, Ga., Aerospace Engineering, A.I.A.A. JORDAN, ROBERT ARNOLD, Atlanta, Ga., Industrial Engineering, A.I.I.E., Society of Au- tomotive Engineers, Dormitory Counseling Staff, Senior Counselor. JOUANET, PHIL GEORGE, Houston, Texas, Industrial Management, Society of Automo- tive Engineers, A.I.I.E., Society for the Ad- vancement of Management. KAMEN, EDWARD WALTER, Mansfield, Ohio, Electrical Engineering. KAMINSKI, JOSEPH ALLAN, Elliott City, Md., Civil Engineering. KANE, SHELDON EDWARD, Miami, Fla., Electrical Engineering. KAY, JAMES JAY, Miami, Fla., Civil Engineer- ing, Navy R.O.T.C., A.S.C.E. KELLY, EUGENE, JR., Monroe, Ga., Industrial Engineering, Phi Delta Theta, Social Chair- man, 3 81 Secretary, 4, Student Lecture 81 Entertainment Committee 'I-4. KELLY, JAMES MEREDITH, Savannah, Ga., Mechanical Engineering. KELMAN, PAUL BRIAN, Miami, Fla., Civil Engineering, Phi Epsilon Pi, Recording Secre- tary, Member-At-Large, Treasurer, Vice Presi- dent, Pledgemaster, Chi Epsilon, Bulldog Club, American Society of Civil Engineers. KENNEDY, FRANK WILLIAMSON, Johnstown, Pa., Industrial Management, Chi Phi, House Manager, American Marketing Association, Society for the Advancement of Manage- ment. KICKLIGHTER, HAVEN LEASTON, JR., Glenn- ville, Ga. Civil Engineer, Alpha Tau Omega, Football. KICKLIGHTER, SAMUEL ELLIOTT, Savannah, Ga. Industrial Engineering. KIMMEL, JAMES PAUL, Butler, Pa., Aero- space Engineering, Sigma Gamma Tau, Ga. Tech Flying Club. KING, CARL FRED, Arkansas City, Kansas, Chemical Engineering, Pi Kappa Phi, Archon, Secretary, Phi Eta Sigma, Briaerean Society, American Chemical Society, American Insti- tute of Chemical Engineers. KITSON, JAMES EDWARD, Wilmington, Del., Industrial Engineering, Wesley Foundation, American Institute of Industrial Engineers. KNERR, WILLIAM M., Phoenix, Ariz., Electri- cal Engineering, KOCH, WILLIAM RADCLIEFE, Tripoli, Libya, Society for the Advancement of Manage- ment. KOHL, ANDREW, Long Island, N. Y., Civil Engineering, Phi Gamma Delta, Scabbard 84 Blade, Pledge Trainer, Canterbury Club, A.S.C.E., Secretary. KOLPIN, GEORGE A., Long Beach, Calif., Industrial Engineering, Phi Sigma, Kappa, President, Inductor, Bulldog Club. KOSSMAN, CHARLES RICHARD, Cleveland, Miss., Physics, Phi Epsilon Pi, Secretary, Pledgemaster, Rush Chairman, President, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Interfraternity Council Honor Board. KREISS, RICHARD PALMER, Atlanta, Ga., ln- dustrial Management, Society for the Ad- vancement of Management. KUAN, RICARDO, Jinotega, Nicaragua, C. A., Architecture, International Student Organiza- tion, Soccer Club. 479 4,80 LABBE, ROBERT JOHN, N. Miami Beach, Fla., Industrial Engineering, Phi Sigma Kappa. LAMBERT, HAROLD J., Hapeville, Ga., Tex- tiles. LANDERS, JAMES CLIFFORD, Austell, Ga., lnclustrial Engineering. Ala., LANEY, DAVID BRUCE, Brrrnrngham, Mathematics, Georgia Tech Foil 81 Mask, Z, 3, 4, Drama Tech, 3, -4. LANGHANS, VICTOR EUGENE, Biloxi, Miss., Geophysics, Drama Tech, Aqua Jackets. LAPORTE, PAUL WAYNE, Claremont, N. H., Inclusrial Management, Arnold Arr Society, 2, American Institute of Aeronautics Si Astro- nautics, 1, 2, Society for the Advancement of Management, 3, 4, Georgia Tech Judo Club, 2, 3, 4. LARKIN, JAMES ANTHONY, Hallandale, Fla., Architecture, Lambda Chi Alpha. LASKEY, JAMES DEXTER, Daytona Beach, Fla., lnclustrial Engineering, Phi Gamma Delta, AI- pha Pi Mu. LATHAM, JOHN VINCENT, Greenville, S. C., Chemical Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha, A.l.Ch.E. LAURENS, R. SCOTT, JR., Atlanta, Ga., Aero- space Engineering. LAVALLEE, CHARLES RONALD, Curundu, Ca- nal Zone, Industrial Management, "T" Club, Society for the Advancement of Manage- ment. LAWSON, ROBERT E., Owensboro, Ky., ln- clustrial Engineering, Delta Upsilon, Rush Chairman, Pledge Board, Young Republicans. LAXSON, CHARLES D., Atlanta, Ga., Electri- cal Engineering. LEAUE, JAMES deNEVFU, New Orleans, La.: Architecture, Sigma Chi. ILAVELL, KENNETH HASSELL, Lithia Springs, Ga., Chemistry, Tau Beta Pi, Briaerean Soci- ety, American Chemical Society. LQCROY, EDWIN POTEAT, JR., Salley, S. C., Electrical Engineering, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Secretary, Eta Kappa Nu, President, Briaerean Society, Institute of Electrical 81 Electronic Engineers, Vice President, Executive Rouncltahle, Vice President, Triangle Club. LEE, CARLTON E., Avondale Estates, Ga., Building Construction. LCFEVER, ROY ALAN, Renfrew, Pa., Industrial Management, Chr Psi, Secretary, Treasurer, Vice President, Bulldog Club, Society for the Advancement of Management. LEGUIZAMON, SERGIO IRINEO, Atlanta, Ga., Civil Engineering. LENNOX, DAVID ALEXANDER, Atlanta, Georgia, Mechanical' Engineering, N.R.O.T.C. IENSCH, DARRELL CORKIE, Dayton, Ohio, Industrial Engineering, Alpha Pi Mu, Bri- aerean Society, Co-op Club, A.l.l.E., Execu- tive Roundtable. Senior Director LEVACK, DANIEL JOHN H., St. Louis, Mo., Aerospace Engineering, Theta Chi, Treasurer, Sigma Gamma Tau, A,I.A.A., Newman Club, 2. LEWIS, CHARLES HERRICK, Dallas, Texas, In- dustrial Management, Kappa Alpha, Treasur- er, Society for the Advancement ol Manage- ment, A.M.A. LINSKY, MICHAEL ALAN, Tampa, Florida, Mechanical Engineering, Alpha Epsilon Pi, Member-at-Large, l.F.C., A,S.M.E. IITTLEFIELD, WESLEY GOUDEY, Tallapoosa, Ga., Electrical Engineering, LITTLEJOHN, CHARLES BELL, Ft. Lauderdale, Ha., lnclustrial Engineering, Delta Sigma Phi, American Institute ol lnclustrial Engineers. LONG, JOHN E., Columbia, S. C., Industrial Engineering, Delta Upsilon, Secretary, Stew- ard, Eta Kappa Nu, World Student Fund, Debate Team, Executive Roundtable, I.E.E.E. LORD, ROBERT LEWIS. Kathleen, Ga., Indus- trial Engineering, Pi Kappa Alpha, President, Vice President, Table Manager, Scabbard 81 Blade, Ramblin' Reck Club, Student Council, Bulldog Club. LOSSON, THOMAS RICHARD, Macon, Ga., Electrical Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, Briaerean Society, I.E.E.E. LOTT, JOHN WALTER, Marietta, Ga., Chem- istry, Tau Beta Pi, American Chemical Soci- ety. LOWE, CABELL LINDSAY, JR., Atlanta, Ga., Industrial Engineering, Soccer. LOWE, ROBERT P., Blackwood, New Jersey, Electrical Engineering, Navy R.O.T.C., Navy Rifle Team, Capt., Dormitory Football, 1-4, Navy Basketball, 1-4, Dormitory Student Counselor. LOWMAN, WILLIAM MORRIS, JR., Charles- ton, W. Va., Electrical Engineering, Sigma Chi, Briaerean Society, Co-op Club, BLUE PRINT. LUEDTKE, RONALD LEE, Et. Wor'th, Texas, Industrial Engineering, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. LUMPKIN, JOHN FLETCHER, Rock Hill, S. C., Textile Engineering, Kappa Alpha, Secretary, Social Chairman, Rush Chairman, Bulldog Club, 2, 3. LUTZ, HARRY SELIG, Albany, Ga., Math, Phi Epsilon Pi, Treasurer, Corresponding Secre- tary, Sergeant-at-Arms, Phi Eta Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Dean's List 1-4, Techwood Tutorial Project. LYLE, JAMES ARTHUR, Chattanooga, Tenn., Industrial Management, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Pledge Class President, Swimming, 1964, Freshman Football, 1963, Varsity Football 1964-1966. MacGREGOR, ROBERT BRUCE, Macon, Ga., Textiles. MacLEAN, JAMES R., Augusta, Georgia, Electrical Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kap- pa Phi, Varsity Swimming Team, lntervarsity Christian Fellowship. MCBRAYER, EDWIN EUGENE, Atlanta, Ga., Aerospace Engineering, Technique Staff. MCCAHEE, HARVEY WILLIAM, JR., Augusta, Ga., Chemical Engineering. MCCALL, RUDOLPH RUSSELL, Valdosta, Ga., Architecture, Kappa Alpha, Historian. MCCAMMISH, DOUGLAS WILLIS, JR., Win- chester, Ky., Phi Sigma Kappa, Co-op Club. MCCANTS, ALAN LIPSCOMB, Charleston Heights, S. C., Electrical Engineering, Theta Chi, House Manager, Treasurer. McCLAIN, HOWARD E., Sparks, Ga., Indus- trial Engineering. MCCOY, DONALD EUGENE, Atlanta, Ga., Aerospace Engineering, Delta Upsilon, Pledge Trainer, Phi Eta Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Gamma Tau, Briaerean Society, A.t.A.A., Pershing Rifles, Dean's List. McCRARY, THOMAS ALTON, JR., Waycross, Ga., Architecture, Theta Chi, Student A.l.A., Sailing Club. MCCUTCHEN, GEORGE THOMAS, Columbia, S. C., Biol08Y2 Kappa Alpha, Biological So- ciety of Georgia Tech, Canterbury Club. MCDANIEL, ARTHUR LLOYD, Albany, Ga., Mechanical Engineering. McDANlEL, GEORGE THOMAS, Eastman, Ga., Civil Engineering, Sigma Chi, Junior- Senior Class Representative, Freshman Foot- ball, A.S.C.E. McDANIEL, WILLIAM RILEY, Atlanta, Ga., Aerospace Engineering, A.l.A.A. MCDONALD, BRUCE JONES, Atlanta, Ga., lnclustrial Management, Sigma Nu, Society for the Advancement of Management, Stu- dent Chapter of American Marketing Asso- ciation. McDONELL, HAROLD WAYNE, Woodland, Georgia, Industrial Management, Industrial Management Honor Society, Delta Sigma Pi Business Fraternity, Gamma Beta Phi Society, Society for the Advancement of Manage- ment. MCDOW, WARREN ATWOOD, Lancaster, S. C., Industrial Engineering, A.I.I.E. MCEUEN, MICHAEL STEWART, Austell, Ga., Industrial Management, Industrial Manage ment Honor Roll Summer 1966. McEVER, HAROLD BAWE, Atlanta, Ga., In- dustrial Engineering, Alpha Tau Omega, Rush Chairman, Koseme Society, Student Council, Ramblin' Reck Club, Advisory Cabinet to the President, Alpha-Y-Phalanx, World Student Fund Committee. McFARLAND, ROBERT CHRISTY, Shreveport, La., Chemistry, Kappa Sigma, Interfraternity Council Representative, Interfraternity Coun- cil Honor Board, Secretary 84 Chairman, Freshman Camp Counselor, Engineer, Ameri- can Chemical Society. MCGARRITY, RICHARD HOBSON, Macon, Ga., Industrial Engineering, Gamma Beta Phi, A.I.I.E., Society for the Advancement of Management. McGHEE, BRYAN WADE, Waycross, Ga., Electrical Engineering, Tech Band, Wesley Foundation. McGOWAN, DOUGLAS EARL, Waycross, Ga., Industrial Engineering, Phi Kappa Phi: Alpha Pi Mu, Briaerean Society, A.I.I.E. MCINVALE, GERALD D., Thomaston, Ga., ln- dustrial Engineering. MCKEE, MARK BENNETT, Anzoategui, Vene- zuela, Industrial Management, Wrestling Team, 1 84 2, Society for the Advancement of Management, 3 84 4. MCKENZIE, WILLIAM DANIEL, Atlanta, Geor- gia, Industrial Management. MCKINNEY, WALTER CLYDE, Orlando, Flori- da, Mechanical Engineering, Society of Auto- motive Engineers, American Society of Me- chanical Engineers, Baptist Student Union. McMAHON, PATRICK F., Atlanta, Georgia, Industrial Engineering, Delta Sigma Phi, Stu- dent Council Representative 1963-1964, Newman Club. MCMANUS, ADRIAN CLEMENT, Ill, Athens, Ga., Industrial Engineering, Phi Kappa Theta, A.l.E.E. MCMILUNN, ROBERT STEPHEN, Atlanta, Ga., Industrial Management, Delta Sigma Phi, Chaplain, Athletic Director, Society for the Advancement of Management, American Marketing Association. MACALUSO, PETER NICHOLAS, Tampa, Eia., Industrial Management, Society for the Ad- vancement of Management, Secretary, Led Army R.O.T.C. band for two years, Newman Club. MACKLE, ROBERT F., Coral Gables, Fla., In- dustrial Management, Sigma Chi, Advanced Army R.O.T.C., Society for the Advancement of Management. MADDUX, DAVID CARLEN, Cookeville, Tenn., Industrial Management, R.O.T.C. MANNINO, WILLIAM ALLEN, JR., Decatur, Ga., Textiles. MARCH, DONALD F., Miami, Florida, Civil Engineering, Wesley Foundation, N.R.O.T.C., Semper Fidelis. MARETT, JACK RICHARDSON, Atlanta, Ga., Electrical Engineering. MARKS, GORDON ELLIS, JR., Tampa, Fla., Industrial Engineering, Society of Automotive Engineers, "T" Book. MARLING, JOHN BEATON, LeLocIe, Switzer- land, Physics, Pi Kappa Phi, Historian, Chap- lain, Rush Chairman, Phi Eta Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, President, Sigma Phi Sigma, Pi Mu Epsilon, Scuba Club, Vice President, Tech Sailing Club. MARLING, LYNWOOD BARDLEY, LeLocle, Switzerland, Ceramic Engineering, Tau Kap- pa Epsilon, Treasurer, Steward, Keramous, Vice President, Student Council, Treasurer, Finance Committee, Chairman, Student Council Advisory Cabinet, American Ceramic Society, Vice President. MARSHALL, JOSEPH DONALD, Birmingham, Ala., Industrial Management, Delta Sigma Phi. MARTEL, CHARLES, JR., LaGrange, Ga., Me- chanical Engineering, Pam American Union Club, American Society of Mechanical Engi- neers. MARTELLOTTO, JOSEPH ANGELO, New York, N. Y., Industrial Management, Pi Tau Chi, Army R.O.T.C. MARTIN, ROBERT REAVES, JR., Mt. Olive, N. C., Textiles, Delta Upsilon, Treasurer, Cam- pus Relations Chairman, Pledge Trainer. MART1N, RONALD L., Houston, Texas, In- dustrial Management, Society for the Ad- vancement of Management, American Mar- keting Association. MASSEY, JAMES NEAL, JR., Franklin, Ky., ln- dustrial Management, Kappa Alpha, Corre- sponding Secretary, Society for the Advance- ment of Management. MASTERS, JOHNNY WAYNE, Fayetteville, Ga., Electrical Engineering. MATHEWS, JOE PRESTON, Macon, Ga, ln- dustrial Management, Society for the Ad- vancement of Management. MATHIS, CHARLES ANDERSON, JR., Dawson, Ga., Industrial Management, Society for the Advancement of Management. MATHIS, WILLIAM JACKSON, Ill, Dawson, Ga., Industrial Management, Society for the Advancement of Management, American Marketing Association. MATTHEWS, SAMUEL CURRIE, Miami, Fla.L Aerospace Engineering, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Chaplain, Phi Eta Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Sigma Gamma Tau, Y.M.C.A., Triangle Club, "T" Book Staff. MAY, PAUL ALAN, Atlanta, Ga., Mechanical Engineering, Sigma Nu, Scholarship Chair- man, Varsity Wrestling 3 years. MAYE, PETE ROBERT, Greenwood, S. C., Physics, Tech Band, Student Counselor. MELHORN, FREDERICK ALLEN, W. Memphis. Ark., Industrial Engineering, Kappa Sigma, Rush Chairman, Rush Girl Co-Chairman, House Manager, American Institute of Indus- trial Engineers. MENENDEZ, GEORGE ANTHONY, Tampa, Fla., Industrial Management, Delta Sigma Pi, Pledge Class President, 3, Treasurer, 4, Soci- ety for the Advancement of Management, Vice President. 4. MEYER, EDWARD CHRIS, Floral Park, N. Y., Electrical Engineering. MICHELEN, JOSE A., San Juan, Dom. Rep., Industrial Engineering, Pan American Club, International Student Organization, Soccer Club. MIDDLEBROOKS, JACK STEWART, Atlanta, Ga., Industrial Management, Football 1-4, Track 1-4, Society for the Advancement of Management, 4, "T"-Club, 3-4. MIDDLEBROOKS, RONALD LARRY, Atlanta, Ga., Industrial Engineering, A.l.l.E MIDDLETON, JOSEPH M., Cedartown, Ga., Industrial Management. MIERTSCHIN, GARY N., Atlanta, Ga., Chemi- cal Engineering, Delta Upsilon, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Briaerean Society, I.F.C. Hon- or Board, A.l.Ch.E., Bulldog Club. MIKKELSEN, SCOTT ALAN, coral Gables Fla., Mechanical Engineering, AF.R.O.T.C. Drill 84 Rifle Team, A.S.M.E., S.A.E. 1 MILHOUS, MADISON NEELEY, JR., Olar, S C. Aerospace Engineering, A.I.A.A. MILLER, BRUCE MARTIN, Buffalo, N. Y., ln- dustrial Engineering, Phi Gamma Delta, Pho- to Club, Sigma-Y-Phalanx, Yearbook Staff Photographer, Dormitory Counselor. MILLER, EDMOND DONALD, Nashville, Tenn., Architecture, Pi Kappa Alpha. MILLER, ERIC DAVID, Irwinton, Ga., Indus- trial Engineering, American Institute of ln- dustrial Engineers. MILLER, JERRY L., Tennille, Ga., Architecture, Student A.I.A. MILLER, LARRY GRIGG, Decatur, Ga., Biolo- gy, Tech Glee Club, Baptist Student Union, Vice President. MILLER, WILLIAM MARK, Allendale, N. J., Industrial Management, Pi Kappa Alpha, Vice President, Treasurer, Rush Chairman, Social Chairman, Fire Chief, IFC Honor Board, American Marketing Association. MILLIGAN, GEORGE TRUETT, Tabor City, N. C., Electrical Engineering. MILLS, JOHN M., Decatur, Georgia, Indus- trial Management, Alpha Tau Omega, Amer- ican Marketing Association. MINGLEDORFF, GEORGE HENRY, Ill, Doug- las, Ga., Civil Engineering, American Society for Civil Engineers. MINOR, RICHARD GARY, Warner Robins, Ga., Electrical Engineering. MITCHELL, MARVIN GEORGE, Hinsdale, Ill., Mechanical Engineering, Sigma Alpha Epsi- lon, Finance Committee, Steering Commit- tee, ETT. MITT, TOOMAS, Verona, N. J., Chemistry, American Chemical Society. MOBLEY, DAVID HUGH, JR., Decatur, Ga., Math. MOBLEY, THOMAS HIGH, JR., Augusta, Ga., Chemical Engineering, Chi Phi, President, Rush Chairman, Pledge Master, Phi Eta Sig- ma, Circle K, Interfraternity Council, A.l.Ch.E. MONNOT, CHARLES LOUIS, Norco, La., Chemical Engineering, Phi Kappa Tau, Tau Beta Pi, Gym Team, Captain, Officer Ad- vanced Army R.O T.C. MONTGOMERY, JOSEPH B., III, Maryville, Tenn., Mechanical Engineering, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Historian, A.S.M.E. MOODY, DAVID ALAN, Atlanta, Ga., Civil Engineering, Delta Upsilon, Steward, Rush, Fencing Club, 2, Society for the Advance- ment of Management, 3, 4, Vice President, 4, Army R.O.T.C., 3, 4. MOONEY, THOMAS IACK, Mobile, Ala., Chemical Engineering, Phi Sigma Kappa, Sec- retary, President, Phi Eta Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, Co-op Club, A.l.Ch.E. MOORE, ROBERT CLYATT, Atlanta, Ga, ln- dustrial Management, American Marketing Association, Society for the Advancement of Management. MORRIS, ROBERT EDWARD, No Home Ad- dress Listed, Architecture, Kappa Sigma. MOORE, TYRUS LAWRENCE, IR., Atlanta, Ga., Industrial Management, Alpha Phi Omega, Society for the Advancement of Management. MORIARTY, PATRICK LYNN, Henderson, Ky., Textile Chemistry, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Politi- cal Forum, Young Republicans, Treasurer. MORRIS, CHARLES BRANSON, IR., Boonton, N. I., Civil Engineering, Phi Sigma Kappa, Inductor, Sophomore, Chi Epsilon, C.E. Hon- orary, Co-op Club, Treasurer, Senior year, American Society of Civil Engineers, Iunior 84 Senior years. MORRISON, WILLIAM LUNSDEN, Gaines- ville, Ga., Industrial Management, Phi Delta Theta, Treasurer, Secretary, Historian, Alumni Secretary, Society for the Advancement of Management. MOSELEY, LARRY SYLVESTER, East Point, Ga., Industrial Management, Baseball Team, "T" Club. MOSKOWITE, GERALD, West Palm Beach, Fla., Architecture. MOYLAN, ROBERT RAYMOND, IR., Rich- mond, Va. Applied Mathematics, Gamma Beta Phi Service Honorary, 2, 3, 4, Drama Tech, 2, 3, 4, Technique Staff, 3, 4, Associate Sports Editor, 3, Sports Editor, 4, Baseball Manager, 1, 2, 3, 4, Political Forum, 3, 4. MUELLER, HEINZ IUERGEN, East Point, Ga., Industrial Engineering, Theta Chi, Scholar- ship Chairman, Lutheran Student Organiza- tion. MULDERIG, IOHN IOSEPH, N. Massapegua, N. Y., Psychology, Pi Kappa Phi. MULLER, IAMES CARROLL, Atlanta, Ga., Me- chanical Engineering, Kappa Sigma, A.S.M.E. MUNFORD, DILLARD IR., Atlanta, Ga., ln- dustrial Management, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, President, Vice President, Rush Chairman, Chaplain, Society for the Advancement of Management, Student Council Iudiciary Cab- inet, School Ring Selection Committee, Interfraternity Council. MURPHY, KENNETH W., Saddle River, N. I., Electrical Engineering, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Pledge Trainer. Senior Directory MURPHY, ROBERT OTIs, Florence, s. c., Building Construction, A.F.R.O.T.C., Wing Commander. MYERS, IOEL NOLAND, Cartersville, Ga.: Electrical Engineering, Drama Tech. MYERS, RAYMOND EDWARD, Atlanta, Ga! Chemical Engineering, Sigma Nu. 1 NANCE, ROBERT SAMUEL, IR., Richmond, Va., Aerospace Engineering, Delta Upsilon, Chapter Relations Chairman, 3, Treasurer, 4, American Institute of Aeronautics 84 Astro- nautics, Secretary, 3, Chairman, 4, BLUE- PRINT, TECHNIQUE, Executive Roundtable, Photography Club, Secretary, 2, Treasurer, 3' leadership Conference, 2, 3. f NEAL, RICHARD OWEN, Rockville, Md., Electrical Engineering, Gamma Delta Iota' Tau Beta Pi. I NEEDLE, WILLIAM HARRIS, Charleston, S. C., Chemistry, Phi Epsilon Pi, Corresponding Secretary, Recording Secretary, American Chemical Society. NEWKIRK, ROY IAMES, IR., Rincon, Ga., Electrical Engineering, Freshman 81 Varsity Track. NEWMAN, LEWIS ANDERSON, IR., Augusta, Ga. Industrial Management, Chi Phi, Society for the Advancement of Management, Amer- ican Marketing Association. NICHOLS, CHARLES PHILLIPS, Miami, Eta., Chemical Engineering, Pi Kappa Phi, Secre- tary, Pledge Master, I.F.C. Representative, Phi Eta Sigma, Bulldog Club, Cheerleader 65-66, A.I.Ch.E., Vice President. NIEHUSS, ORIAN S., IR., Decatur, Ga., In- dustrial Management, Alpha Kappa Psi, So- ciety for the Advancement of Management. NIXON, WILLIAM IUDSON, Clearwater, Fla., Applied BIOIOSYJ Chi Psi, Pledge Master, Ath- letic Chairman, Scholarship Chairman, Amer- ican Biologicl Society, Phi Sigma, Baseball Team, IFC Representative, Baptist Student Union, Bulldog Club. NOENSIE, IKLAS, NICK, Indonesia, Aero- space Engineering. NOGGLE, DONNIE L., Marietta, Ga., lndus- trial Management, "T" Club, Varsity Base- ball. NONAKA, DENIS NOBUO, Honolulu, Ha- waii, Textile Engineering, Phi Psi, Army R.O.T.C., Captain. NORMAN, LAWRENCE IOSEPH, Atlanta, Ga., Electrical Engineering. NORMAN, MICHAEL LYNN, Atlanta, Ga., Mechanical Engineering, Beta Theta Pi, House Manager, American Society of Me- chanical Engineers. NORTON, ROBERT BARRY, Decatur, Ga., ln- dustrial Management, Band, Barbell Club. NUNGESSER, PHILIP W., New Orleans, La., Industrial Management. OGBURN, IOHN LEE, IR., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., Electrical Engineering, Pi Kappa Phi, Warden, Secretary, House Manager, Camera Club. OGLESBY, GEORGE BRET, savannah, ca., Chemical Engineering. O'GORMAN, IAMES ANDREW, Atlanta, Ga., Industrial Engineering, Phi Kappa Theta Col- ony, President, A.I.l.E., Society for American Military Engineers, Technique, Newman Club. OHLINGER, WAYNE LAURANCE, Barbson Park, Fla., Ceramic Engineering, Fencing Club. OLIVENT, WILLIAM PRESTON, Bainbridge, Ga., Mechanical Engineering, Society of Au- tomotive Engineers, American Society of Me- chanical Engineers. OLLIFF, NORMAN WESLEY, Metter, Georgia, Industrial Engineering. OLMSTEAD, BRUCE RINGSBY, Seward, Neb., Civil Engineering, Chip Epsilon, A.S.C.E. OLSON, CLYDE A., Atlanta, Ga., Industrial Management, Society for the Advancement of Management, Alpha Kappa Psi. O'QuINN, CHARLES FRANK, Adel, Ga., Iii- dustrial Engineering, A.I.I.E. O'STEAN, IOSEPH EDWARD, Dawson, Ga., Industrial Management, Society for the Ad- vancement of Management, American Mar- keting Association. OTONICAR, RICHARD FRANK, Atlanta, Ga., Aerospace Engineering, Sigma Gamma Tau, Phi Eta Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, Society for the Advancement of Management, Newman Club, American Institute of Aeronautics 81 Astronautics. OUTLAND, IOHN HENRY, Dallas, Texas, Chemical Engineering, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Phi Eta Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, Koseme Society, Omicron Delta Kappa, ANAK, World Student Fund Committee, Student Council. OUTMAN, IAMES BANKS, Atlanta, Ga, ln- dustrial Management, Pi Kappa Alpha, Ass't Treasurer, 2, BLUEPRINT 1, 3, 4, Alpha Kap- pa Psi, Treasurer 4, American Marketing As- sociation, Treasurer 4, Society for the Ad- vancement of Management 3, 4, American Institute of Industrial Engineering 'I, 2. OXENHAM, IAMES PRESTON, Rockville, Md., Aerospace Engineering, Sigma Gamma Tau, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Flying Club, American Institute of Aeronautics 81 Astronautics. PADULO, KATHERINE A. S., Atlanta, Geor- gia, Math. PAINTER, PAUL WAIN, IR., Rossville, Ga., Industrial Management, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Vice President, Secretary, Bulldog Club, Freshman Football. PANSEY, ROY HARRISON, Providence, R. I., Textile Management, Alpha Epsilon Pi, Senti- nel, Ass't Pledgemaster, Phi Psi Honorary Textile Fraternity, Secretary, Vice President. PAPAGEORGE, THOMAS E., Atlanta, Geor- gia, Building Construction. PARK, RICHARD EDMONDE, Spartanburg, S. C., Electrical Engineering, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Secretary, Activities Chairman, Scab- bard 8r Blade, Alpha-Y-Phalanx, Executive Roundtable, Institute of Electrical 8t Elec- tronics Engineers. PARKER, JOHN HOYETT, Columbia, S. C., Electrical Engineering. PARKER, K. A., Clinton, Md., Civil Engineer- ing, Phi Gamma Delta, Recording Secretary, N.R.O.T.C., 'T' Club, Varsity Track. PARSONS, GEORGE THEODORE, No Home Address Listed - No Major Course Listed. PARTRIDGE, JAMES HARRINGTON, Camp Hill, Pa., Aerospace Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Gamma Tau, A.F.R.O.T.C PATRICK, HOWARD WILLIAM, Lakeland, Fla., Electrical Engineering, Delta Tau Delta, Tau Beta Pi, Briaerean Society. PATTERSON, JOSEPH ROGERS, Nashville, Tenn., Industrial Management. PAUL, JACK M., No Home Address Listed, No Major Course Listed, Delta Tau Delta. PAYNE, JEFFREY GLEVELAND, Atlanta, Ga., Industrial Management, Campus Crusade for Christ, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, "T" Club, Baseball Team, Varsity. PAYNE, LANEY GEORGE, JR., Falmouth, va., Industrial Management. PEACOCK, WILLIAM F., LaFayette, Ga., ln- dustrial Management, Society for the Ad- vancement of Management, American Mar- keting Association, Triangle Club PEARsoN, JOSEPH VAUGHN, Bastrop, La., Industrial Engineering, Pi Tau Chi, Newman Club. PEAVY, GERALD WARD, Bloomingdale, Ga., Industrial Engineering. PEBWORTH, WILLIAM TIMOTHY, Atlanta, Ga., Industrial Management, Pi Kappa Phi, Treasurer-Secretary, Warden, Historian, Rush Chairman, Society for the Advancement of Management, Pershing Rifles. PEEK, NORRIS LARRY, Atlanta, Ga., Industrial Management, Baseball 1965-1966. PELUSO, ANTHONY DOUGLAS, Homestead, Fla., Electrical Engineering. PENNY, JAMES STERLING, JR., Nashville, Tenn., Industrial Engineering, Delta Upsilon, House Manager, Alpha Pi Mu, Bulldog Club. PERRY, RALPH A., JR., Soperton, Ga., Indus- trial Engineering, Chi Phi, Secretary, Phi Eta Sigma. PETERING, JOHN LAWRENCE, Atlanta, Ga., Chemical Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha, Ass't Treasurer, American Institute of Chemi- cal Engineers, Co-op. PHILIPS, HOWARD EUGENE, Decatur, Ga., Chemical Engineering, Phi Gamma Delta, A.l.Ch.E. PHILLIPS, CHARLES GAY, Marietta, Ga., Aerospace Engineering. PHILLIPS, CLAUDE RALPH, Ill, Miami, Fla., Industrial Engineering, Beta Theta Pi, Alumni Secretary, Corresponding Secretary, Vice President. PHILLIPS, HARRY HUGH, JR., Franklin Laices, N. J., Architecture, Chi Phi, Secretary, Fenc- ing Club. PHILLIPS, ROBERT V., Griffin, Ga., Industrial Engineering, Alpha Tau Omega, Phi Eta Sig- ma, Bulldog Club. PITA, JULIO CESAR, Coral Gables, Fla., Chemistry, Phi Eta Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, Dean's List 1-4, International Student Organ- ization, Pan American Union Club, Secre- tary, American Chemical Society. PITALO, STEPHEN KENNETH, Biloxi, Miss., Physics, Newman Club. PLATT, EDWARD ARTHUR, Atlanta, Ga., In- dustrial Management, I.M. Honor Society, Dean's List, I.M. Honor Roll, Society for the Advancement of Management, American Marketing Association, Industrial Manage- ment Honors Seminar. PLEDGER, ROBERT WARREN, Atlanta, Ga., Industrial Engineering, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, A.I.I.E. PLEMMONS, PHILLIP EDISON McCaysviIle, Ga., Physics, Kappa Kappa Psi? Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Tech Band, Dormitory Coun- selor 8r Resident Advisor. PLOWDEN, JOHN B., Edison, Ga., Mechani- cal Engineering, Sigma Nu. POE, TEDDY ALAN, Carlisle, Ky., Electrical Engineering. PGUE, JACK, JR., Pass Christian, Miss., Indus- trial Engineering, Phi Sigma Kappa, Presi- dent, Treasurer, Pledgemaster, House Manag- er, Young Americans for Freedom, Young Republic Club, Newman Club. POINTER, DOUGLAS D., Atlanta, Ga., Electrical Engineering. POLAND, BILL R., Houston, Texas, Mechani- cal Engineering, Sigma Nu, President, Dean's List 2 years, Vice President Senior Class, Student Council, 65-67, Ramblin' Reck Club, Freshman Camp Counselor, Dormitory Counselor. POLLAK, URI, Tel-Aviv, Israel, Industrial En- gineering. POND, JAMES WOODROW, JR., Atlanta, Ga., Industrial Engineering, Sigma Alpha Ep- silon, Varsity Wrestling 1965-1967, Team Captain 1965-1966, Southeastern Wrestling Champion 1965-1966, NCAA Coaches All American 1966. PooRE, AUBREY B., JR., Gadsden, Ala., Mathematics, Tau Beta Pi. POPE, WAYNE MURDOCK, Axson, Ga., Physics. PORTER, ROBERT JOHN, Atlanta, Ga., Psy- chology, Theta Chi, Corresponding Secretary, Public Relations Manager, Senior Steward, Psi Society. POSEY, JOE WESLEY, Jackson, Miss., Engi- neering Mechanics, Phi Eta Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Drama Tech. POWELL, CHEVES TINSLEY, Florence, S. C., Architecture, Alpha Tau Omega, Aqua Jack- ets, Naval R.O.T.C., Drill Team, A.l.A., Flying Club. POWELL, MARVIN LUTHER, Atlanta, Ga., Building Construction. PRASTHOFER, PETER H., Huntsville, Ala., En- gineering Mechanics, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Eta Sigma, American Institute of Aeronautics 8r Astronautics, Vice President. PRATT, HARRY DAVIS, JR., Atlanta, Ga., Tex- tile Chemistry, Phi Psi. , PREGHTEL, EARL CLAIRE, Memphis, Tenn., Civil Engineering, Delta Upsilon, Kappa Kap- pa Psi, S.A.ME.., A.S.C.E., W4A.Q.L., Tech Band. PRESSWOOD, ROBERT PHILLIP, Atlanta, Ga., Chemistry, Chi Phi, Phi Eta Sigma, Tau Beta Pl, Phi Kappa Phi. PRICE, WAYNE EDWARD, Lindale, Ga., Tex- tile Engineering. PRICE, WILLIAM JAY, Atlanta, Ga., Industrial Management, Phi Epsilon Pi, Scholarship Chairman, Initiation Chairman, Society of American Military Engineers, Secretary. PRINGLE, ALEC TODD, Norfolk, Va., Civil Engineering, Phi Kappa Tau, A.S.C.E., Secre- tary, Freshman Swim Team, l.F.C., Represen- tative, Executive Roundtable. - PRISBUS, RICHARD STANLEY, Chamblee, Ga., Mechanical Engineering, Newman Club 1963-1967, Pershing Rifles 1963-1965. PUCKETT, JOHN HOWARD, Maitland, Fla., Industrial Engineering, Pi Kappa Phi, Treasur- er, Steward, Rush Chairman, Alpha Pi Mu, A.I I.E. PUTMAN, DAVID J., Birmingham, Ala., Me- chanical Engineering, Delta Tau Delta, Ass't Treasurer, Guide, Cross Country Track, Dor- mitory Counselor. QUARLES, GROVER TAYLOR, St..Petersburg, Fla., Math, Phi Eta Sigma, Tau Beta Pi. QUARTERMAN, EDWARD MYERS, Atlanta, Ga., Ceramic Engineering, American Ceramic Society. QUINLIVAN, FRANK ROBERT, Miami, Flori- da, Delta Tau Delta, Pledge Trainer, Eta Kap- pa Nu, Tau Beta Pi, IFC Representative, I.E.E.E., Secretary, Honor Board. RAINWATER, KENNETH BERNARD, Augusta, Ga., Chemical Engineering. RAY, WILLIAM LUMPKIN, Atlanta, Ga., ln- dustrial Management. REA, DELTON, JR., East Point, Georgia, Civil Engineering, Chi Epsilon, Honor, American Society oi Civil Engineers, Varsity Baseball 3 years, "T" Club. REED, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, Ill, No Home Address Listed -- No Major Course Listed. REED, CLIFF WEBBER, Smyrna, Ga., Civil En- gineering, Chi Epsilon. 4 RIIII, IIINRYIAY, Il11lIyf.111v1-,A1I1., II1-1I11 141,151 VVIIIIAM fIIMN1INflS, IR!! W,..,I,, ROIIIRISON, I MONI, O111111y, Ill., IIIKIIIS- A 4 , . Y. l11.1I M.111.1y1'1111-111, I'I1i lI1'II.1 II11-1.1, ANI SAVHIA' C' 'HUMAS' M"m"" NUM' ' . . 1 1 "' ' S ' A.I.A.A.' Sl1'vv.111l, S11-w.111l, l'11--.11I1-11l, R.1111I1I111 R1-1I1 C' h"l"":":,I 'I"H'w"'l'L':,' ,w'U3'I 'Tlx I Qi 1I11I1,H11lI1l111g1I11I1, II 111, 111 1 1 , , 1 IiOlIIrN1H1lKN, MARY CIIARIIS, I1.1ws1111v1Il1'. SVAUCLS, CIIARIIS RICIIARIB, II.1pcviIl1 1.1., 1.1 1. 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Hi'IIULI.I.R, AIIIIRI IRI.IDI.Rlf'K, IR., 5.111.111- 11.1I1, 11.1.5 l111I11sI1'1.1I M.111.1g1-1111-nl, SI1g111nCfI1ig I'1'1-si1I1-111, ANAK, K11s1-1111-, R.1111bII11' R1'1'k flllll, I'r1-s11l1-111, SI111I1'11I C'11u111iI, Y.M,C',A 1.1bi111-I, VI11' I'r1-sI1I1'11l, lr1-sl1111.111 Camp 11111111-lor, SI111I1-111 A1lv1s111'y K'11111111ill1'1- lo II11- I'r1-si1I1-111, I111Ii11.1ry f'.llJIl1I'I, I11I1-rIr.1I1'r- 11iIy 11111111 II. WI111's WI11m. I . HIAI5, IAMIS IIAII, O1I.1111I11, II.1., I111Iuslri.1l M.111.11g1-1111-nl, AIpI1.1 'Inu Omvgn, I.M. Soni- 1-Iy, VI11- l'r11si1I1'11l, R.1111blin' R1'1I1 Club -- I,l'II R.1lI11--. 1'l1.111111.111, SIlIlIl'I1I L1-1'l11r1- 81 En- Il'l'I1lIIIII1l'III f'OI1lIIlIII1'l', 511111-1.1ry-'I'r1-asurcr. SIAR9, WIIIIAM IARI, l311I11I'1I, Chl., I'I1'1'I1'1- 1.1I I111gi111-1-1'i11g, Ci.1111111.1 II1-1.1 l'I1i, I'r11si1I1'11l. SIAY, IRANK MASON, l3Ir111i11gI1.1111, Ala., M1-1I1.111i1.1I I.IIIQIIIl'l'fIIII,I, l'l11 Sig111.1 Kappa, S1-111-l.11y, AIu11111I IJIl'l'l'IOl', V111- I'I'l'5ICIl'I1I, A1111-ri1.111 511111-ly of M1-cI1.111i1'.1l F11gi11111-rs, S111 Il'Iy of A11l1111111lIv1' lIIILIlIl'l.'I'!'i. SI IXIWRQK, DWIGHT R., Mi.1111i, lla., Indus- l11.1I I.l1IIlI1l'l'l'IIIgj 'ldll K.1pp.1 Lpsllon, Slow- .111I, II11us1- Ma11.1g1.-r, I'1'1-si1I1111I, A.I.I.E., Ilull- 1I11g Club, Ir11sI1111.111 C'.1111p i'11L111s11I111', USA- USSR Cf11ll11r.1I Iix1'I1.111Ig1- 5111111111-1' Tour. SIICBLI R, IOII MORGAN, A1114usl.1, Chl., I11- IIlISII'I.ll L11gi11111-111114, fbi l'I1i, A.l.I,IS., Dornni- lory 5l111I1-111 CTo1111s1-I111', A1Iv.1111'1-1I Army R.O.'I'.C. SLLIZII1, IMRKDERIC D., III, Lilllclo, Coco, Cc- I'1II11Il' IQ111:,i11u1'rI11g, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Pledge I1'.11111-r, II1111111- M.111.1g1-rg l'1'ia11p4Io Club, Vice I'1'11a11I1-111, Society for Ceramic Eiiginccrs, Aqua I.11I11'la. SILIIZRS, RICIIARD LISLAND, L.1C.111aCIa, Cal- if., M1-cI1.111ic.1I Enginuvring, Sigma Alpha Ep- silon, ScI1oI.11'sI1ip CI1air111.111g Pi Tau Sigma, IJ1'.1111.1 'l'1-1'I1, Iuclo Club, S1'.1bImrcI 81 Blade, I11lc1'1111li1111.1I SILILICITI Organization. SELLINGER, FRANK LEE, Atlanta, Ga., Indus- trial Management, Football, Newman Club, Society for the Advancement of Manage- ment, Wrestling. SERKIN, HOWARD CHARLES, Coral Gables, Fla., Industrial Engineering, Alpha Epsilon Pi, President, Secretary, Alpha Pi Mu, Scabbard St Blade, Ramblin' Reck Club, SL 81 EC, Alpha Phi Omega. sETARo, DANIEL MOGAN, vrcksburg, Miss., Chemical Engineering, A.I.Ch.E. SEYMOUR, DAVID CHARLES, Orange, Calif., Aerospace Engineering, Briaerean Society SEYMOUR, HOWARD VERNON, IR., Atlanta, Ga., B.S. Textiles, Delta Kappa Phi, SHEEHAN, FRANICS XAVIER, Augusta, Ga., Textiles, Kappa Sigma, Phi Psi. SHEHANE, RONALD FRANK, N0 Home Ad- dress Listed, No Major Courses Listed. SHERWOOD, PETER D., White Plains, N. Y., Building Construction, Pi Kappa Alpha, Fall Rush Chairman, Interfraternity Council. SHIRAH, RICHARD OINEN, Griffin, Ga., In- dustrial Management, Alpha Tau Omega, House Manager. SHOOK, WILLIAM N., Birmingham, Ala., Ar- chitecture, Sigma Nu, Lieutenant Command- er, Recorcler, Tau Sigma Delta, Student Chapter American Institute of Architects. SHRIVALLE. RALPH LEE, Norcross, Ga., Electrical Engineering, Pi Kappa Phi. SHU, ANTONY HOU ON, Sao Paulo, Brasil, Chemical Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Chi, International Students Organization, President, Secretary, Chinese Club, Vice President, Executive Roundtable, A.I.Ch.E., A.C.S. SICKEL, IAMES BOLIVER, Savannah, Ga., Biology, Tech Biological Society, Photogra- phy Club. SIEVERT, GERALD EDWARD, Dalton, Ga., ln- dustrial Management, Society for the Ad- vancement of Management. SIMKINS, ROBERT MOORMAN, Ill, Green- ville, S. C., Electrical Engineering, Dean's List. SIMONDS, WARREN G., Decatur, Ga., Indus- trial Management, Theta Chi, Ass't Social Chairman, Society for the Advancement of Management, American Marketing Associa- tion, Baseball. SIMPSON, DAVID LANIER, Greenville, S. C., Mechanical Engineering, Alpha Tau Omega, Worthy Sentinel. SKIPPER, IAMES HOLLAND, Milledgeville. Ga., Mathematics. SMITH, DONALD ANSEL, Greenville, S. C., Industrial Management, Alpha Tau Omega, Treasurer, Industrial Management Society, Alpha-Y-Phalanx, Army R.O.T.C. SMITH, DONALD FOSS, IR., Tuscaloosa, Ala., Chemistry, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Eta Sigma, American Chemical Society, Dor- mitory Counselor. stvIITH, DONALD RAY, chreftand, na., Electrical Engineering, Phi Kappa Sigma, Sec- retary, Social Chairman, Pledge Trainer, Eta Kappa Nu, Briaerean Society. SMITH, GERALD FRANKLIN, Atlanta, ca., In- dustrial Engineering. SMITH, IOHN, Bronx, N. Y., Civil Engineer- ing, Chi Epsilon, A.S.C.E., S.A.M.E. SMITH, KENNETH LEWIS, Atlanta, Ga., Archi- tecture. SMITH, SAMUEL D., Decatur, Ga., Industrial Management, Sigma Chi, Secretary, Alumni Chairman, Student Council Representative, YMCA Freshman Camp Counselor, Interfra- ternity Council. SMITH, WILLIAM CARL, Mableton, Ga., In- dustrial Engineering, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Ko- seme Iunior Leadership, ANAK, President, lnterfraternity Council, President, Past Trea- surer, Bulldog Club, Treasurer, World Stu- dent Fund Committee, Ramblin' Reck Club, Freshman St Varsity Track, Student Advisory Committee to President, Football Usher, President, Southeastern lnterfraternity Con- ference, USA-USSR Exchange Program. SNELSON, ROBERT LUKE, Athens, Ga., Tex- tiles, Phi Delta Theta. SOARES, VICTOR SUZAND, Atlanta, Ga., Chemical Engineering, Newman Club. SOLODAR, SEYMOUR OSCAR, Hunter, N. Y., Applied Biology, Dean's List, Alpha Epsi- Ion Pi, Bulldog Club, Tech Biological Soci- ety. SOMMERS, ROBERT LEE, Sarasota, Fla., Aerospace Engineering, Phi Eta Sigma, Bri- aerean Society. SORENSON, WILLIAM MERRILL, Becoit, Wisc., Mechanical Engineering, A.S.M.E., Pershing Rifles. SPRAYBERRY, MORRIS B., Decatur, Ga., In- dustrial Management. SPEAR, DAVID R., No Home Address Listed, Architecture, Theta Chi. SPENCER, LARRY BENNETT, Newman, ca., Architecture, Aqua Iackets. SPRINGFIELD, MARTIN CURTIS, Tulsa, Okla., Electrical Engineering, Tech Flying Club, I.E.E.E. STAMATAKIS, EMANUEL, Savannah, Ga., Chemistry, American Chemical Society. STANFORD, DAVID I., Atlanta, Ga., Chemis- try, Track, Freshman, Cross Country, 1 8t 2. STANTON, RUSSELL OSWALD, St. Louis, Mo., Aerospace Engineering, A.I.A.A., S.A.E. STARR, DAVID HOMER, III, Atlanta, Ga., Industrial Engineering, Chi Phi, N.R.O.T.C., Freshman Wrestling. STARR, STANLEY RICHARD, Rome, ca, In- dustrial Design. STEELE, RUSSELL COVER, Richmond, Va., ln- dustrial Engineering, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, A.I.E. STEPHENS, EDWARD B., Forest Park, Ga., Industrial Engineering, Alpha Pi Mu, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Aqua jackets. STEPHENS, IAMES ALEXANDER, IR., Atlanta, Ga., Aerospace Engineering, Theta Chi, Li- brarian, 1964, Second Ass't Treasurer, 1964. STEPHENS, KENNETH W., Decatur, Ga., Phys- ics, Kappa Kappa Psi, Tech Band, Baptist Student Union, American Nuclear Society. STEPHENS, MARGARET, Atlanta, Ga., Psy- chology, Varsity Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, Psi Society, Secretary-Treasurer, 3, 4, Gamma Psi, Society of Women Engineers, Tech- nique, A.I A., Historian, Parking Sticker, 1, 2, 3, 4, Women's Student Association. STEVENS, EDWIN ARTHUR, Atlanta, Ga., Ap- plied Psychology, Alpha Tau Omega, Rush Chairman, Secretary, President, Koseme, Who's Who, Alpha-Y-Phalanx, Student Iudi- ciary Cabinet, Bulldog Club, Psi Society, In- terfraternity Council. STEVENS, GEORGE BICKLEY, Il, N. Palm Beach, Fla., Industrial Engineering, Sigma Nu, Scholarship 84 Athletic Chairman, Pi Tau Sigma, Briaerean Society, Co-op Club, Young Republican Club, Barbell Club. STEWART, DONALD FREDERICK, Baltimore, Md., Electrical Engineering, Phi Delta Theta. STEWART, RONALD EDWIN, Atlanta, Ga., Industrial Management. STOUT, ADRIAN CHARLES, Pittsburgh, Pa., Industrial Management, Freshman Glee Club, Barbell Club, Executive Roundtable, Society for the Advancement of Manage- ment, Student American Marketing Associa- tion, Writer on "Engineer" Staff, Vice Presi- dent, Drama Tech. STOUALL, CLIFFORD ERNEST, Atlanta, Ga., Applied Biology, Kappa Alpha, Baptist Stu- dent Union, Tech Biological Society. STRASS, SIDNEY FREEMAN, Silver Springs, Md., Industrial Management, Scabbard tit Blade, Executive Roundtable, Secretary, So- ciety for the Advancement of Management. STRUTHERS, IOHN ORVILLE, Winter Garden, Fla., Mechanical Engineering, Photography Club, A.S.M.E., Scuba Club. STURROCK, IAMES C., Saratoga, Calif., Electrical Engineering. SULLIVAN, ROBERT C., Thomasville, Ga., Mechanical Engineering, Sigma Nu, Pi Tau Sigma. SUNDBERG, WALFRED ERNEST, Iacksonville, Fla., Architecture. SWAN, RICHARD ALAN, Iackson, Ga., Me- chanical Engineering, Tech Flying Club, Dra- ma Tech. SWAN, WILLIAM W., Atlanta, Ga., Psycholo- gy,, Theta Chi, Chaplain, Ass't Treasurer, Alumni Chairman. SWEITZER, IOHN WARREN, Atlanta, Ga., Al- pha Tau Omega, Industrial Management, So- ciety for the Advancement of Management. SWIFT, STEPHEN THOMAS, Dalton, Ga., Civ- il Engineering, Chi Phi, President, Chi Epsi- Ion, Treasurer, A.S.C.E. XXQQAN NX ydfxxyxxyxx x XXXXX xx xxxxxxx Ima' xx ,, kan up X W 1 wiwxwbm.. 4: Il ...lm -I' .A' 'A ' .f'Q,'A. g ,am 5 N -T ' --'- ' f' O ..-of SWINEORD, RALEIGH MATHER, Chamblee, Ga., Architecture. TANKERSLEY, CHARLES SICMON, Atlanta, Ga., Industrial Engineering, A,I.l.E. TARKINCTON, DANIEL H., Cincinnati, Ohio, Mechanical Engineering, Sigma Chi, House Manager, Arnold Air Society, BLUEPRINT, Sports Editor, Campus Crusade for Christ. TATE, ALBERT LEE, Clarkston, Ga., Applied Biology, Technique, 3, 4. TAYLOR, HARVEY CARTER, Ill, Huntington, W. Va., Mechanical Engineering, Delta Tau Delta, Pi Tau Sigma, Vice President, Bri- aerean Society, Student Usher, Student Council, Dean's List. TAYLOR, IOHN DENLEY, Memphis, Tenn., Industrial Management, Beta Theta Pi, S.A.M., AfM.A., Technique, 1, 2, lntervarsity, 1, 2. TEASLEY, STEWART PITNEY, Greenville, S. C., Electrical Engineering, Briaerean Society, Secretary, Eta Kappa Nu, Tech Band, Dean's List 14 , ' . TELLEZ, GERARDO, Cali-Colombia, S. A., Electrical Engineering-Industrial Engineering, I.E.E.E. TENCHLIAMES G., IR., Sarasota, Fla., Electri- cal Engineering, I.E.E.E., I.S.A. THACKER, WILLIAM LARKIN, Dunwoody, Ga., Mechanical Engineering, Kappa Sigma, Public Relations Chairman, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Society of Automo- tive Engineers. THEILING, VICTOR CHARLES, IR, Coral Gables, Fla., Ceramic Engineering, Tau Kap- pa Epsilon, Vice President, Rush Chairman, IFC Representative, Secretary, Chairman New House Committee, Ramblin' Reck Club, Chairman Leadership Conference, YMCA Cabinet, IFC, Chairman, Competition Greek Week Banquet, Rush Evaluation, American Ceramic Society, Student Council Academic Committee. THOMAS, IERRY KENNETH, Cartersville, Ga., Industrial Engineering. THOMAS, RICHARD ALEXANDER, Atlanta, Ga., Industrial Management, Phi Eta Sigma, I.M. Honor Society, Football. THOMAS, WALTER, IR., Eastman, Ga., Tex- tiles, Delta Kappa Phi. THORNBURGH, WILLIAM PRESTON, Atlanta, Ga., Industrial Management, Society for the Advancement of Management. THRON, HARRY MARSHALL, Glencoe, Md., Chemical Engineering, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Vice President, Phi Eta Sigma, Briaerean So- ciety, Tau Beta Pi, Bulldog Club. TISDEL, LINWOOD, Decatur, Ga., Psycholo- SY- TOMAS, HARRY, San Turee, P. R., Industrial Engineering, Society of Automotive Engi- Senior Directory neers, American Society of Mechanical Engi- neers, American Society of Industrial Engi- neers, Pan American Union Club, Barbell Club. TOPOLSKI, FRANCIS ioi-iN, Baltimore, Md., Chemical Engineering, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Ass't Treasurer, A.I.Ch.E., Bulldog Club. TOUGAS, LEE ALAN, Perry, Fla., Mechanical Engineering, Beta Theta Pi, Recording Secre- tary, Chorister, Tech Student Council, IFC Honor Board, Secretary of Southeastern In- terfraternity Council. TOWNSEND, EDGAR LEO, East Point, Ga., Industrial Management, Society for the Ad- vancement of Management, Alpha Kappa Psi, Association for computing Machinery. TRAMMELL, RICHARD IOSEPH, Atlanta, Ga., Architecture, Freshman Track, Student Chap- ter Architects Institute of America. TRAVIS, IAMES OSCAR, East Point, Ga., In- dustrial Design, Association of Industrial De- sign Students. TRUSSELL, HENRY IOEL, Atlanta, Ga., Mathe- matics, Phi Kappa Phi, Gamma Beta Phi. TUCK, MICHAEL S., Atlanta, Ga., Electrical Engineering. TUCKER, CLINTON A., IR., Meridiam, Miss., Civil Engineering. TURNER, CLYDE EDWARD, IR., Decatur, Ca.: Physics, Pi Tau Chi, Society of Automotive Engineers, Wrestling Club, Wesley Founda- tion, Techwood Tutorial Project, Flying Club. TURNER, IESSE MILLARD, Atlanta, Ga., Build- ing Construction. ULMER, IOHN CHRISTOPHER, Iacksonville, Fla., Architecture. ULMER, IOHN ROBERT, Atlanta, Ga., Me- chanical Engineering, Society of Automotive Engineers, American Society of Mechanical Engineers. VACLE, PETER MICHAEL, Atlanta, Ga., Electrical Engineering, Advanced R.O.T.C., ir Force. VALDES, ARMANDO A., Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Architecture, Sigma Chi, Cheerleader, Ramblin' Reck Club, A.I.A. VANCE, IAMES ROBERT, Griffin, Ga., indus- trial Management, Alpha Tau Omega. VAN DER LAAT, FELIPE ARTURO, San Iose, Costa Rica, Industrial Engineering, Omicron Delta Kappa, American Institute of Industrial Engineers 2-4, International Students Organi- zation 1-4, Tech Soccer Club, 1-4, Vice Presi- dent, 2, President, 3, 4, YMCA Triangle Club 2-4, Pan American Union Club 1-4, Newspa- per Director, 3, Cross Country Team, New- man Club, 1-4, Barbell Club, Camera Club. VANDERZALM, WILLEM, Evans, Ga, Me- chanical Engineering. VANETTEN, EUGENE, Indian Harbour Beach, Fla., Mechanical Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha, American Society of Mechanical Engi- neers, Society of Automotive Engineers, Toastmasters Club, Alpha-Y-Phalanx, Triangle Club. VanHOOK, CLOYD FERNADEZ, N0 Home Address Listed, No Major Course Listed, Delta Tau Delta. vANNiER, iosEPi-i RAYMOND, IR., Albany, Ga., Electrical Engineering, I.E.E.E. VASQUEZ, AUGUSTO, Atlanta, Ga., lndus- trial Management. VAUGHN, DAVID EUGENE, Huntsville, Ala., Chemical Engineering, Aqua Iackets, Presi- dent, A.I.Ch.E , A.C.S. VEATCH, IOHN MacELRAY, Mtn. View, Ga., Chemistry. VENDRELL, ALEX H., Decatur, Ga., Mechani- cal Engineering, Transferred from Sewanee, Sigma Pi Sigma, Society of Automotive Engi- neers. VEREEN, HARVEY BUNN, Moultrie, Ga., In- dustrial Management, Society for the Ad- vancement of Management, 1963-64, 1966-67. VIDANA, GASTON LUIS, Miami, Fla., Chemi- cal Engineering, Sigma Nu, Sigma Nu Trea- surer at Stetson University, Pan American Club, Interfraternity Council at Stetson. VINSON, RUSSELL GENE, Folkston, Ga., Civil Engineering, American Society of Civil Engi- neers, Recipient of Education Opportunity Award. VOIGT, NICHOLAS DON, Atlanta, Ga, In- dustrial Management. VOLAUKA, RICHARD HARRY, Melbourne Beach, Fla., Chemical Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha, Pledge Trainer. VonHEDEMANN, WILLIAM, Cincinnati, Ohio, Architecture, Sigma Chi, Phi Eta Sig- ma, A.I.E. Von SCHAAF, CHARLES P., Atlanta, Ga., Textiles. WADDELL, BYRON ANDREW, Columbus, Ga., Industrial Engineering, Circle K, Ameri- can Institute of Industrial Engineers, Ameri- can Institute of Aerospace 84 Aeronautics. WADE, DON EDWARD, Bainbridge, Ga., Chemical Engineering. WAITSMAN, WILLIAM EDWARD, Albany, Ga., B.S. Textiles. wALDoRF, RICHARD ALAN, Miami, Fla., in- dustrial Design, Alpha Epsilon Pi, House Manager, Alpha Phi Omega, Association of Industrial Design Students, Treasurer. WALKER, HUGH H., Columbus, N. C., Me- Engineering, Delta Tau Delta, chanical Guide, Sergeant at Arms, Initiation Week Chairman, President of "G" Club, A.S.M,E., Treasurer 81 Vice President, Dormitory Coun- selor, Freshman Wrestling, Student Council Candidate, S.A.E. WALKER, LEWIS WILLIS, JR., East Point, Ga., Chemical Engineering, Sigma Nu, Baseball. WALTERS, ALLEN J., Atlanta, Ga., Industrial Engineering, Delta Upsilon, Treasurer, Histo- rian, Rush Director, Kappa Kappa Psi, A.I.l.E, A.l.E.E., Executive Roundtable, Bull- dog Club, Band, A.P.O. WALTERS, LAWRENCE E., Atlanta, Ga., ln- dustrial Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Pi Mu, Glee Club, Aqua Jackets, Gamma Beta Phi. WALTHER, DANIEL EDWARD, Birmingham, Ala., Industrial Engineering, Tech Glee Club, Photography Club 1-4, Drama Tech 1-4, Stu- dent Director 1 year, Lights, 1 year, Sound 3 years, Executive Roundtable. WARD, ENOCH, Augusta, Ga., Chemical En- gineering, A.l.Ch.E., A.C.S WARSHAW, JERRY DAVID, Atlanta, Ga., In- dustrial Management, Gamma Beta Phi So- ciety, S.A.M., A.M.A. WASKEY, ANDREW JACKSON, Atlanta, Ga.: Textiles, Pi Tau Chi, Society for the Ad- vancement of Management, Young Republi- can Club, Secretary, Political Forum. WATERS, JOHN LAWRENCE, Chamblee, Ga., Electrical Engineering. WATKINS, DAVID G., Penn Hills, Pa, lndus- lrial Management, Delta Sigma Pi, American Marketing Association, Society for the Ad- vancement of Management. WEAVER, KENNETH BURTON, Armuchee, Ga., Electrical Engineering. WEBB, CHARLES ADDINGTON, Rogersville, Tenn., Chemical Engineering, Briaerean So- ciety, Freshman Glee Club, Baptist Student Union, Secretary, American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Treasurer. WEBBOR, BRUCE WARREN, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., Mechanical Engineering. WEIR, EDWARD EARL, St. Petersburg, Fla., Chemical Engineering, Swimming Team, American Chemical Society. WEITZEL, CHARLES EDWARD, Greenville, S. C., Electrical Engineering, Chi Phi, Eta Kappa Nu, Phi Kappa Phi, Briaerean Society, Bull- dog Club. WELCH, DICKY RAY, Decaturville, Mechanical Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha. Tenn., WELLS, HOWARD RAY, Houston, Texas, Electrical Engineering, Chi Psi, Rush Chair- man, N.R O.T.C. - Band, The Engineer, Georgia Tech Band. WELSH, WALTER MICHAEL, Atlanta, Geor- gia, Industrial Engineering. WESLEY, JOSEPH TULL, Atlanta, Ga., Indus- trial Management, Kappa Alpha, Society for the Advancement of Management, President, American Marketing Association, President, Executive Roundtable, Sailing Club, BLUE- PRINT, Features Editor, Copy Editor, Summer Technique, Leadership Conference Planning Committee, Toastmasters Club. WHITE, JAMES MERRILL, Fountain Inn, S. C., Physics, Sigma Pi Sigma, Phi Eta Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Alpha Phi Omega, Radio Club, Baptist Student Union, Glee Club. WHITE, MICHAEL MARVIN, Macon, Ga., ln- dustrial Management, S.A.M., Wesley Foun- dation. WHITE, TYRUS MICHAEL, Rockmart, Ga., Aerospace Engineering, S.A.E., A.l.A.A. WHITE, WALLACE EVAN, Atlanta, Ga., ln- dustrial Management, Phi Epsilon Pi, Mem- ber at Large, Society for the Advancement of Management, Aqua Jackets, Association for Computing Machinery, Sailing Club, Phi Beta Lambda. WHITEHEAD, EARL JERRY, East Point, Ga. Industrial Design. WHITLEY, CARL WILLIAM, Buford, Ga., In- dustrial Engineering, Gamma Beta Phi, A.l.l.E. WIGFALL, ROBERT TREZEVANT, Panama City, Fla., Electrical Engineering, Political Fo- rum, I.E.E.E., Barbee Club, Young Republi- cans. WILCOX, DOUGLAS JOSEPH, Philadelphia, Pa, Civil Engineering. WILHELM, BARRY ROBERT, Miami, Fla., Chemical Engineering, American Chemical Society, Newman Student Federation, Union Carbide Scholar. WILKES, JAMES ANTHONY, Lizella, Ga., Chemical Engineering, Briaerean Society, Dean's List 1-4. NVILLIAMS, COLQUITT LAMAR, Indian Rocks Beach, Fla., Mechanical Engineering, Pi Tau Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, Briaerean Society, Co-op Student, ASME. WILLIAMS, OLIN ALVIN, Atlanta, Ga., Electrical Engineering. WILLIAMS, THOMNS HUGH, Rome, Ga., In- dustrial Engineering, Phi Eta Sigma, A.I.l.E. WILLIAMS, THOMAS LESLIE, Houston, Texas, Mechanical Engineering, Delta Tau Delta, President, Rush Chairman, Briaerean Society, Pi Tau Sigma, Business Manager, BLUEPRINT, 2 years, Advertising Manager, World Student Fund, A.S.M.E. WILLIAMS, THOMAS M., Haleyville, Ala, Electrical Engineering, Eta Kappa Nu. Secre- tary, 1966-67,. Institute of Electrical 81 Elec- tronic Engineers, Chairman 1966-1967. WILLIAMS, WILLIAM E., Uvalda, Ga., Civil Engineering, Tech Veterans Club. WILLS, DAVID BOND, Decatur, Ga., Build- ing Construction, Delta Tau Delta, Social Chairman, Rush Girl Chairman. WILSON, CATHERINE LUCILLE, Marietta, Ga., Chemical Engineering, American Insti- tute of Chemical Engineers, Society of Wom- en Engineers, Gamma Psi, W.S.A. WILSON, WILLIAM, Jersey, Ga., Industrial Management, l.M. Honor Society. WILSON, THOMAS, Jersey, Georgia, Indus- trial Management. WINGO, MARSHALL D., Decatur, Ga, Tex- tiles. WINKLER, JOHN PARK, Memphis, Tenn., Electrical Engineering, Tech Chess Club. WINTERS, WILLIAM L., Altamonte Springs, Fla., Electrical Engineering. WOLD, JAMES WESLEY, East Point, Ga., In- dustrial Management, I.M. Honor Society, Dean's List 1-4, Secretary 84 Vice President of Alpha Kappa Psi, Secretary of American Mar- keting Association, Society for the Advance- ment of Management. WOODLEE, RICHARD HENRY, Richmond, Va., Civil Engineering, Kappa Sigma, Phi Eta Sigma, Chi Epsilon, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, A.S.C.E., IFC Honor Board. WOODRUFF, JAMES RONALD, Griffin, Ga., Mechanical Engineering, Delta Tau Delta, BLUEPRINT, Advertising Editor. WORTH, JACK JEFFERSON, Ill, Atlanta, Ga., Architecture, Pi Tau Chi, National President Association of Student Chapters, American Institute of Architects. WREN, WALTER ANDREW, Macon, Ga., ln- dustrial Engineering, American Institute of Industrial Engineers. WRIGHT, HILLARY THOMAS, JR., LaGrange, Ga., Aerospace Engineering. WYLIE, ALICE M., lndialantic, Fla., Math. WYLLY, ROBERT LEE, III, Atlanta, Ga., Indus- trial Engineering, Delta Upsilon, Vice Presi- dent, Steward, Rush Chairman, Chapter Edi- tor, Pledge President, Pledge IFC Representa- tive, Pi Tau Chi Religious Honorary, Battal- ion Commander Army ROTC, Christian Sci- ence Organization, President, Vice President, Secretary 84 Treasurer, Executive Roundtable, Pershing Rifles. WYSS, LAWRENCE KIRK, Atlanta, Ga., Tex- tiles. YANCEY, JAMES WALTER, Marietta, Ga., In- dustrial Management. YARBOROUGH, THOMAS STOKES, JR., Al- bany, Ga., Electrical Engineering, Phi Eta Sig- ma, Battalion Adjutant, N R.O.T.C. Unit. YOCUM, CHARLES EDMUND, Baltimore, Md., Electrical Engineering, Toastmasters Club, Vice President, Y.M.C.A. Recreation Council, Y.M.C.A. Cabinet. YOUNG, ALLEN M., Macon, Ga., Electrical Engineering, Student Key Counselor. YOUNG, CHARLES WILLIAMS, JR., Decatur, Ga., Building Construction, Alpha Tau Ome- ga, Contributing Artist, Engineer, Army R.O.T.C, Advanced. YOUNG, VICTOR Y. C., Kowloon, Hong Kong, Aerospace Engineering, Sigma Gamma Tau, International Student Organization, Vice President, Chinese Club, President, Sigma Gamma Tau, Treasurer. ZARAK, RAUL ALBERTO, Panama, Panama, Industrial Engineering, Soccer Club 1-4, Pan American Club, 1-4, International Student Organization, American Institute of Indus- trial Engineers. ZOOK, GLEN EARL, Forest Park, Ga., Indus- trial Management, Phi Kappa Sigma, House Manager, Table Manager, Corresponding Secretary, Yard Manager, Freshman Cross Country, Glee Club I 487 rw--.Q O 4.3 4' 5, 5 . ,L A, 1 ,Q K ,, 4, X Q 5- 5,1 5325? ' nk, fy 1 iv 1,9 1' ' ,gp ' Ng, H 'ww ,-,1 5: 7 mga, I' M. A 1.1 MG., , 1 X ,3g.. V , '.vgx,!,, 5 1 1: MW . ' H,-. fit,-, - J Q-: " ix. A . ff , N wg" .A ,. ,gr nxgjl, AN' H, My, 5 NA " fly- I, H M N ,J ' X' . x ww. jf . . I I k ',-' 1. , ' ' W, LL' A ,M 1 .F X u ' wTvLlY 4, M3 XY 'B X L . I W W , 'N' X' W k Q "' 5 ' U . 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Carl E., 38l Adams, Franlc C., 250, 464 Adams, Gary A., 445 Adams, Gregory H., 445 Adams Adams Adams ,James F., 465 ,James Wm., Jr., 445 ,Jamie L., 420 Adams, John D., I64 Adams Adams Adams Adams Adams ,John P., Jr., 465 , Kennefh E., 38l , Roberf A., 445 , Roberi' S., 445 , Roger A., 38I Andrews, John W., 420 Angier, Roberf C., 420 Anglin, Marvin D., 38l Annis, Alfred H., 420 Ansley, Frederick W., 445 Anfhony, Marvin C., 420 Aponfe, Gonzalo A., 445 Appleby, Michael R., 430 Applegale, James H.. Jr., 309, 38l Appley, James W., 38l Aqua Jaclmefs, 233 Araya, Manuel E., 420 Arbauqh, Melvin A., 303, 464 Archifeciure, I22, I23 Ard, Ferrell R., 430 Areharf, Wm. M., 38l Argroves, William A., 420 Arguelo, Jacobo G., 420 Arias, Alfredo, 430 Adams, William H., 445, 444 Adamson, Roberf K., 420 Aderman, Michael V., 430 Adlmins, Donald K., 420 Aclminisfrafion, l04-Il Adverfisemenfs, 488 Aerospace Engineering, I20, l2I Agee, Roberl A., 445 Ailmen, Douqlas M., l82 Ailmenhead, Malcolm N., 38l Air Force. l60, l6I Aihar, Michael, 357, 420 Almenhead, Roberf B., 328, 38l Almins, Kennefh P., Jr., 430 Almridge. John E., 352, 420 Alberfson, Danny S., 3Bl Albriffon, James R., 38l Aldridge. Marion J., Jr., 35l Aleong, Kenf W., 445 Alexander, C. S., 445 Alexander, Charles W., 430 Alexander, Fernando M., 465 Alexander, Harry J., 430 Alford, Tharon E., ll, 38l Alfred, Charles D., 445 Alhasaini, Mosaid M., 465 Allen, Edwin J., 3l2 Armenfrouf, William F., 3l6 Armisfea Armisfea d, Joel C., 430 d, Joel S., 445 Armocida, Michael F., 364, 420 Armsfrong, Eugene G., 420 Armsfrong, Jaclm A., Jr., 357, 38l Armsfronq, Rex Wm., 38l Army, l56, l57 Arnold. Gary L., 38l Arnold, James M., 430 Arnold, Larry G., 465 Arnold, William P., lll, 445 Arseneau, Allen A., 38I Aseff. Georgeffe A., 445 Ashe, Glenn M., 430 Asher, Michael M., 293 Ashley, George A., 445 Ashley, Larry D., 445 Ashley, Phil H., 420 Ashmore, Frederick M., I64 Asip, James S., I79, 445 Aflmins, Bobby D., 346, 430 Aflmins, James G., Jr., 430 Arlmins, Richard D., 38l Aflminson, Edward S., 445 Aflminson, Howard L., 445 Aflminson, Aflminson, Larry W., 342, 38l William J., 420 Allen. George T., 445 Allen, Herschel K., 38I Allen, Jeffrey S., 364 Allen. Roberl' L., 38l Allen, Wm. G., 445 Afwill, James R., Jr., 364, 38l Aubifz, Edward C., lll, 420 Aucoin, Pefer A., 420 Audas, John W., 430 Allgood, Jaclmson L., 420 Almand, Richard R., 445 Almon, Thomas F., 288, 277 Almond, Sfephen D., 309, 420 Almond, Sfephen E., I64 Alonso, Felipe. 3Bl Alpha Epsilon Pi, 280-283 Alpha Phi Omega, 227 Alpha Tau Omega, 284-287 Alpha Xi Delfa, 278, 279 Alpha-Y-Phalanx, 24I Alfhen, Donald L., 430 Alfinbilelm, Hilmi D., 465 Alvarez, Roberf M., 445 Alvarez, Vicfor L., 445 AMA. 245 Amann, Kennefh B., 38I Ames, Anfhony M., 285, 38l Amis, Harvey M., 445 Amis. Joseph N., Jr., 430 Ammerman, Roberf H., Jr., 465 Analm Sociefy. 252, 253 Anderson, Charles C., 373 Anderson, Charles D., 420 Anderson, Charles L., 420 Anderson, Daniel E., 445 Anderson, Edwin B., 430 Anderson, Eric F., 445 Auld, David L., 430 Auldridge, John D., 420 Ausfin, Jay D., 420 Avanf, Teddy H., 430 Avereff, Clifford M., 445 Avery, Eugene P., Jr., 420 Avery, Philip S., 373,430 Avery, Walfer G., 309, 445 Avra, Edward W., 445 Awbrey, Marlm B., 382 A Year on 'lhe Hill, 34-99 Ayers, Gerald T., 445 Babb, Roger A., 420 Baccus, Brian L., 445 Bachman. Richard L., 430 Bacon, John C., 309, 346, 277 Bacon, Wilfon J., 420 Badger, Roberf L., 445 Bagley, Ray A., 420 Bailey, Buclm W., 420 Bailey, David L., 420 Bailey, William E., Jr., 368,430 Balmer, Geofferay A., 430 Balmer, Gerald A., 382 Balmer, Harry D., 382 Balmer, James R., 373, 445 Balmer, Joseph M., 445 Balmer, Laurie L., 250, 382 Anderson, James L., 430 Anderson, John M., 38I Anderson, Judifh K., 278 Anderson, Lesfer M., 250, 252, 254, 38l Anderson, Ronald D., 445 Anderson, Thomas A., 38l Anderson, William T., 307. 445 Baldassaro. James M., 445 Baldwin, Cary D., 382 Baldwin, Kelsie J., 420 Baldwin, Roberf V., 382 Balfour, Harvey B., 382 Ballmcom, George H., 445 Ballmcum, Charles W., 430 Ball, William L., lll, 430 Ballard, Roberf A., Jr., 445 Ballard, Sammy D., 445 Ballenfine, Thomas, I94, 420 Banbury, John C., 320, I97 Bandow, Philip C., 465 Bangerf, Douglas A., Jr., 357 Banlms, Joel N., 382 Bap'l'is'l' Sfudenf Union, 246-249 Barbell Club, 243 Barber, David C., l64 Barber, Roberf C., 332 Bare, David R., 382 Barfield, Charles C., 445 Barfield, Joe P., 430 Barfield, Kennefh B., 445 Barge, Ofis A., 420 Barlmer, Colin E., 328 Barlmer, Don L., 445 Barley, Thomas A., 465 Barlow, Douglas R., 320, 43l Barnard, Grandy B.. lll, 382 Barnes, David G., 42l Barnes, Kennefh L., 445 Barnes, Malcolm C., 430 Barnes, Roberf L., 42l Barnes, Susan P., 430 Barneffe, VVillard H., 430 Barniclm, Roland J., 42l Barr, Douglas R., 303, 445 Barr, John T., IV, 445 Barreff, John P., 445 Barreff, Roberl' R., 42l Barreff, Thomas R., 464, 382 Barrineau, Wade H., lll, 382 Barfholomew, Allan W., 336, 42l Barfholomew, Roberf L., 336, 382 Barfleff, Felfon D., 382 Barlleff, Lee J., 373, 430 Baseball, l88-l90 Bashore, Roberf B., 430 Baslmeiball, I80-IB7 Basnar, John P., Jr., 42l Basniqhf, William G., 430 Bass, Charles W., 329, 430 Bass, George S., 430 Bass, Harold C., 382 Basseff, David H., 42l Basseff, Sfephen G., 42l Basfian, David O., 36l Bafchelor, Alberf L., 382 Bafchelor, David L., 430 Bafchelor, J. D., 3l2, 382 Bafeman, James A., 42l Bafes, David L., 42l Bafes, Marfin R., 42l Bafman, George A., Jr., 445 Baffle, Thomas H., 430 Baucum, William E., Jr., 466 Baumann, Franlm A., 445 Baumann, James E., 445 Baumgarfner, Michael, 445 Baumgarfner, Wm. E., 445 Bausch, James F., 382 Baxfer. James T., 465 Baxfer, Walfon W., 42l Baynham, G. C., I64 Bazemore, George M., 445 Beacham, Charles J., 445 Beadles, Charles G., 3l6, 382 Beall, John C., 179 Beam, Kennefh M., 42l Bean. Richard A., 430 Bearss, Robin M., 382 Beasley, John B., 382 Beasley, Johnie C., Jr., 465 Beasley, Paul E., 42l Beaffie, James A., 445 Beaffy, Griffin R., 382 Beaffy, Kennefh E., 373, 445 Beary, Charles M., Jr., 42l Beaufies, 27-33 Bechdol, Gary E., 43l Beclm, Donald W., 373 Beclmsfead, Gary E., 42l Beddow, John M., 445 Beeland, William D.. 382 Beeman, Earl R., ll. 465 Beeson, Thomas M., 42l Beqlin, Michael F., 3l2, 445 Beguirisfain, Mario E., 445 Beisler, Walfer E., 42l Belba, Vicfor H., 43l 90 0 . .I I :Qs T 4 , . ,I reetings to students and alumni everywhere. VW share your interest in the advancement of our alma mater, Georgia fleeh. ROBERT AND COMPANY ASSOCIATES Architects and Engineers ATLANTA With 70 Georgia Tech Graduates on Our Staff Serving America's Great Names in Many Fields for over 50 Years Brownlee, Edward H., Jr., 42l 4 STUDENT INDEX-Conlinued Belcher, John R., 42l Belcher, Phillip D., 445 Belkin, Bernard J., 382 Bell, Bell Cyril F., 445 Harold B. 445 Bell: James O.: 336, 445 Bell, John L., I64 Bell, Joseph A., Jr., 445 Bell, Marshall A.. 465 Bell, Roberf K., 43l Bell, Roberl' M., 42l Bell, Ronnie M., 43l Bell, William A., 465 Bell, William L., 43l Bley, David W., 466 Block, Jon N., 325,446 Blomeley, Lewis E., 42l Bloom, Larry J., 446 Bloom, Michael D., 383 Bloom, Sleven A., 446 Bloor, Waller R., 43l Blose, Terry G., 43l Blueprinr, 208-2II Blum, Mark S., 28l, 43l Blumberg, William R., 325, 383 Blylhe, Michael, 446 Board, George W., 383 Boalrighl, Ronald W., 383 Beller, Arlhur E., 382 Bellum, John C., 42l Bellon, Michael L., 382 Bobbi? Boden, l', Oliver B., lll, I98 Kennelh J., 42l Bodor, Marianne T., 446 Boggs, Boggs Colleen J., 43l Phillip S., 42l Bogin,' Barry Y., 325, 43: Benil ez, Pedro A., 445 Benne++, Nelson R., 445 Benne++, Orrin P., 352, 42l Bennefr, Peler J., 43l Benneil, Sfeven D., 43l Benneil, Susan O., 445 Benneff, Thomas B., 43l Benns, Roberl' A., 42l Benoii, Michael L., 382 Benlley, Homer L., 376, 445 Benfley, lrvin G., Jr., 445 Benlon, James P., 42l Benlon, William B., 382 Bergeson, David A., 43l Berne, Jerry L., 43l Berry, Chrisfopher, 4-45 Berry, Dennis L., 382 Berry, Howard, 466 Berry, Lee E., Jr., 42l Berry, Marian E., 445 Berry, Thomas J., Jr., 43l Berlhelsen, Jorgen C., 445 Berfucio, Rober1'C., 446 Besl, Kennelh W., 382 Bela Thefa Pi, 288-29l Befhel, Julian, Jr., 373, 388 Befsill, John F., 43l Beulel, Wm. M., 445 Beverly, Roberr E., lll, 445 Biber, Reginald E., 369, 445 Bieging, lvan T., 383 Biffle, Jerry C., 42l Billingsley, John R., 446 Bills, Donald E., 446 Bilyeu. Jay D., 42l Bing, Thomas B., 43l Biola, Joseph L., 42l Birch, William B., Jr., 42l Bird, Andrew J., 383 Birdsong, Frank A., 357 Birkmaier, Craig J., 446 Bishop, Gary L., 446 Bishop, Kermii' O., Jr., 383 Bishop, Murl R., 42l Bilrlerman, Alan M., 281,431 Billerman, Bruce l., 446 Billinger, Donnie E., 42l Bivens, John G., 446 Bixler, Jason G., I97 Black, Eugene C., Jr., 446 Black, Georqe M., 446 Black, George W., 42l Black, John W., 307 Black, Joseph K., 383 Black, Rober+ G., Jr., 43l Black, Roberi' l., 446 Black, William R., 364, 446 Blacklock, Richard M., 43l Blackslone, Alexander, 446 Blacksione, Michael M., 446 Blackwell, Brodus K., 42l Blackwood, Charles A., 352 Blackwood, Roberl' A., 446 Blalock, Jack E., Jr., 42l Blanchard, Richard E., 383 Blancheri, Darryl L., 42l Blandinq, Alberf G., 43l Blane, Walkins J., Jr., 250, 252. l64, l89, 383 Blankensrein, Glen A., 373, 446 Blanion, Vonny H., 446 Blauser, Harris R., 3l6, 43l Blessing, Waller D., 383 Boileau, James G., 446 Bolick, Thomas R., 446 Bolle, Charles C., 250, 252, 254, 383, 380 Bolion, David M., 446 Bolion, George N.. 357 Bollon, William R., 446 Bomar, John F., 446 Bone, William T., 446 Boniiay, Kennelh B., l64, l89 Boniralibus, Ronald W., 383 Bonner, Hal G., 446 Bonnei, David S., 421 Bonnick, Alberr T., Jr., 43l Boone, Anlhony W., 446 Boone, Frederick l., 383 Booih, Harold S., 446 Borcher, Charles A., Jr., 42l Borqes, Eric A., 328 Born, Raymond N., 446 Boros, Melvin K., 383 Borlner, Larry L., 329, 446 Boss, Joel M., l97 Bossak, Eric S., 466 Bosworrh, Michael K., 43l Borioms, Wm., C., Jr., 42l Bouchelle, Julia D., 466 Boucugnani, Anibal A., 35l Bouler, John W., 446 Bounds, Kennerh E., I79, 446 Bouysou, Daniel A., 303, 43l Bowden, Henry E., 384 Bowen, Benjamin G., lll, 42l Bowen, Gerald A., 384 Bowen, Howard E., 43l Bowen, Larry E., 446 Bowen, Michael F., 446 Bowen, Troy L., 384 Bower, Haywood W., 446 Bowers, William P., 446 Bowles, Douglas B., 42l Bowles, John T., 42l Bowling, Roberl E., 466 Bowling, Tommy J., l82. 42l Bowman, Michael E., 43l Bowman, Ronald P., 446 Bowman, Viclor S., 464, 384 Box, Francis P., 466 Box, Siephen M., 364, 446 Boyd, Billy J., 364 Boyd, Frederick L., 446 Boyd, Richard G., 42l Boyd, William M., 43l Boyer, Richard H., Jr., 357, 446 Boyer, Sfephen P., 43l Boyle, Gregory B., 446 Bozo, Waldo G., 42l Brabec, Dennis W., 446 Brabham, Bobby G., 384 Brabson, John S., 43l Brabson, William W., 446 Brabsfon, Donald C., Jr., 384 Brackell, Arfhur F., 446 Brackeli, Gerald S., Jr., 43l Brackerf, James W., 42l Bradford, David C., 43l Branan, Donald H., 43l Branan, William H., 446 Brannon, Sleven E., 43l Brasfield, Grady E., 43l Braswell, Jonafhan W., 43l Braswell, Thomas S., 446 Brauer, Larry F., 384 Braun, John F., 42l Bravo, John Earl, 384 Bray, James W., 3l6, 446 Breeding, Lawrence H., 42l Brehm, Roberi F., l97 Breiibach, Edward G., 446 Breland, James E., I64 Brennan, Mariin M., 384 Brewer, Lewis Jr.. 346, 384 Briaerean Sociefy, 260, 26l Bridges, Larry J., 446 Bridgewa+er, Donald E., 35I, Brien, Bernie J., 325 Briggs, John O., 329, 384 Brinkman, Henry A., 43l Brinkman, Richard O., 446 Brinson, Douglas A., 42l Brinson, Joe E., 446 Brinson, Murray T., 42l Brisbois, Thomas S., 328 Briscoe, James H., Jr., 446 Briir, James R., 303 Brilr, William B., 373, 42l Briliian, Wayne D., 446 Brillingham, Oscar J., 466 Brizendine, Roberl E., l82 Brock, Dale T., 43l Brock, John F., III, 342,446 Brock, Millon V., 384 Brock, Thomas R., Jr., 42l Brock, Wayne R., 384 Brogdon, James W., 336 Brogdon, Jesse E., 446 Brooks Charlie R., 384 Brooks, David H., 385 Brooks, Joseph P., 42l Brooks Richard A., 357 Brooks. ,William W., Jr., 385 Browder, Lawrence E., 466 Brown, Carey H., 346, 42l Brown, Carl E., 385 Brown, Charles T., 466 Brown, Clon C., 42l Brown, Donald B., 342, 446 Brown, Dwighl A., 42l Brown, Edward J., 446 Brown, Edward T., 446 Brown, Frank A., Jr., 446 Brown, Frank M., Jr., 385 Brown, George N., 466 Brown, George R., 385 Brown, Gregory B., 43l Brown, Jack E., l98, 42l Brown, James H., 385 Brown, James P., 42l Brown, Joe C., 43l Brown, Joseph M., Jr., 43l Brown, Larry W., 43l Brown, Lee A., 446 Brown, Ohma H., 446 Brown, Raymond N., III, 35l, Brown, Richard L., 43l Brown, Richard L., 446 Brown, Roberl J., 42l Brown, Roger A., 466 Brown, Slerling R., 466 Brown, Thomas H., Jr., 446 Brown, Wallace E., 446 Brown, Wm. M., 385 Bradle Hu h M. 446 Yi q ' Bradley, Michael O., I79, 446 Bradle Bradle y, Roberi' F., 3l6, 384 y, Wallace H., 384 Bradshaw, Larry N.. 384 Braid, Michael H.. 36l, 43l Bramlefl, Royce N., 384 Bramleife, Tillman T.. 466 Brumbelow, Dale W., 446 Brumfield, Larry K., 43l Brunig, Richard E., 43l Bruninga, Roberl E., 446 Brunson, John H., 385 Brunsvold, Ronald S., 42l Bryan, John C., 385 Bryan, Paul L., 446 Bryan, Tolar G., 43l Bryanl, Joe T., 43l Bryanl, Roy K., 446 Bryson, Sherley L., 446 Buban, John P., 466 Buchanan, Donald R., 446 Buchanan, Joseph E., 42l Buchholz, Roberf E., 385 446 446 SPECIALTY Distributing Co. Inc. 763 Juniper Sf. N.E. 873-2521 ELECTRONICS Equipment 81 Supplies comm Pnnnucfns Assncmrimi Industrial Hobby Serving 150,000 farmer members. Professional SOUND Hi Fi 81 Stereo Main Office ATLANTA, GEORGIA National Lead Ca- F. ,Graham Williams co. . ATLANTA BRANCH Incorporated 145 I ESTABLISHED 1910 Q Manufacturers of "DUTCH,' Q "Beautiful and Permanent Building . 4. 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C., 447 Burghardf, David C., 447 Burke, Donald E., 447 Burke, Samuel F., 421 Burke, Samuel W., lV, 164 Burkeff, Harold E., 385 Burks, Henry L., 431 Burneff, David S., 385 Burneff, Jewell C., Jr., 431 Burnelfe, Roy B., 385 Burney, Rodney C. P., 285 Burns, Charles A., 385 Burns, Charles P., 421 Burns, Leigh R., 421 Burns, Wm. E.. 447 Burnside, Ofis H., 466 Burrow, Tom W., Jr., 385 Burrows, David L.. 431 Burson, Beniamin T., 385 Burlon, Daniel M., 431 Burfon, Grady W., 447 Burfon, Rheff, 466 Burlon, Richard N., 447 Bush, Ernesl' L., 297, 447 Bush, Roberl' C., 385 Bush. Sfeven S., 325, 431 Bussey, Charles J., 361 Bufalla, Marlin W., 422 Buller, Allen J., 422 Bufler, Gary C., 320 Buller, Hugh D., Jr., 447 Bufler, Jerry B., 385 Bu+Ier, John G., 385 Buller, John M., 422 Bufynski, Donald L., 431 Byers, Brook H., 422 Byers, Jimmy C., 431 Bynum, James C., Jr., 447 Byorick, Edward M., Jr., 298 Byrd, William E., 422 Cabe, Raymond C., 385 Caffall, Pefer B., 422 Cagle, Ronnie F., 447 Caiella, James M., 447 Cail, Wayne S., 447 Cain, Dale P., 164 Cain, Michael A., 422 Caldwell, Harmon W., Jr., 447 Calhoun, Roberf M., 431 Calhoun, William L., Jr., 447 Callaway, Forresf D., 385 Calloway, Maxwell R., 431 Calverf, John W., 431 Cameron, David A., 385 Camp, Elwood H., lll, 357,447 Camp, Marvin D., Jr., 422 Camp, Roger A., 385 Camp, William C., 422 Campbell, John P., 466 Campbell, Slephen K.. 336,422 Cannon, James C., 447 Cannon, James S., 447 Cannon, Jay L., 111,361,431 Cannon, Roberf C., 385 Canlelou, George E., Jr., 422 Canfrell, Pierce E., Jr., 447 Canup. Ralph J., 447 Capelle, William E., 447 Capers, Wm. A., Jr.. 4-47 Capo, Camila M., 278,447 Caplain, Roberf V., 340,431 Carasso, Howard A., 431 Carballeira, Jose F., 447 Cardell, Roberf J., 431 Carden, Lloyd E., 385 Cardos, John L., 369 Carey, Craig M., 447 Carqill, Chappell, William J., 288 Chasfain, Jerry T., 432 Chasfeen, Freddie J., 422 Chaves, Jorge E., 422 Cheafham, Roberl' R., 447 Checkells, Roy L., 373, 432 Cheek, Edwin W., 303, 447 Kennelh W., 316,447 Carifhers, Roberf P., 385 Carlisle, Carlisle, Thomas l., 164 Thomas R., 422 Carlson, Dennis P., 431 Carlson, Eric C., 297, 447 Cheek, James T., 288, 447 Cheek, John M., 447 Cheek, Manson H., 422 Cheek, Michael D., 447 Cheek, Roberl D., 447 Cheek Roberf L 447 Cheek., William 447 Carlson, Peler R., 466 Carmichael, Daniel L., 447 Carmichael, Julian G., 373,422 Carmichael, Thomas A., 164, 422 Carpenfer, Terry K.. 431 Carr, Wallace W., 447 Carreker, James R., 368, 431 Carrier, Edmond L., 447 Carroll, Jimmie R., 386 Carroll, Joseph L., Jr., 422 Carroll, Larry D., 447 Carroll, Roberf L., 431 Carroll, Roloerf L., 386 Carroll, Ronald E., 285, 422 Carrufhers, Teddy J., 297, 447 Carson, Chrisfopher B., 422 Carswell, John H., 466 Carswell, William D., 447 Carler, Aubrey E., 431 Carfer, Charles A., 386 Carfer, Charles L., 386 Carler, Curfis L., 386 Carfer, James H., ll, 466, 447 Carfer, Kerry D., 447 Carfer, Philip R., 431 Carfer, Roberf W., 288 Carfer, Ronald F., 447 Carler, Ronald H., 431 Carler, Thomas C., 422 Ca rfer, Chemical Engineering, 126, 127 Chemisfry Deparlmenl, 128, 129 Chen, Carl, 386 Chen, Timofhy I., 447 Cherry, William E., 346, 447 Chesfer, James S., 386 Chi Epsilon, 266 Childers, David W., 447 Childs, Andrew G., 386 Chin, Howard, 432 Chi Phi, 292-295 Chi Psi, 296-297 Chirico, James M., 447 Chivingfon, Emerson P., 422 Chopin, Theodore G., Jr., 432 Chow, Edward T. Y., 386 Chowgule, Viiay V., 447 Chrisfenberry D., 422' Chrislian, Thomas F., 351,422 Chunn, Sfephen L., 303, 422 Church, Charles H., 111,368 Church, John C., 447 Churchman, Charles G., 386 Churchman, Philip A., 447 Cilmi, Vincenf T., 447 Ciner, William J., 432 Civil Engineering, 130, 131 Clancy, Palrick F., Jr., 447 Wm. K., 447 Carfledge, James W., 432 Carlwrighl, Charles C., 432 Carver, Billy F., 422 Carver, Hugh C., 447 Cary, Charles W., Jr., 386 Casale, Pefer R., 432 Casey, David A., 357, 422 Cash, Dusly J., 447 Ca skey, Carl A., 346 Cassarino, Anlhony S., 386 Casfleberry, David B., 432 Caslner, John P., 386 Cafapano, Joseph, 332, 447 Cafer, Thomas J., 422 Cafes, William C., 386 Cauble, Thomas G., 361,432 Caudell, Larry J.. 447 Caudill, Garry C., 447 Caulkins, Michael K., 432 Caye, William C., 293 Celko, Joseph F., 432 Ceramic Engineering, 125 Chaffee, Slephen P., 422 Chaffin, Gari A., 364, 432 Chaffin, John E., 432 Chaffin, Millon H., 422 Chalk, Joe F., 432 Chamberlain, Leroy B., 386 Chambers, James R., 422 Champion, William R., 336,447 Chance, George A., 422 Chandavimol, Arforn, 466 Clark, Charles S., 447 Clark, Clark, Clark, David B., 432 David W., 422 Eugene C., 466 Clark, Gary C., 422 Clark, Clark, Clark, George M., 467 James L., 422 James R., 386 Clark, James T., 447 Clark, Kennefh L., 432 Clark, Leo F., 386 Clark, Richard T., 432 Clark, Richard T., 361, 447 Clark Ronald C. 422 Clark, Theo W.. 386 Clark, Thomas B., 250, 252, 386 Clarke, Dale G., 447 Clarke. James O., Jr., 386 Clarke Clarke , John R., 422 , Samuel F., 447 Chandler, Alberf R., 386 Chandler, Brue S., 111, 288, 447 Chandler, Douglas R., 250, 386 Chandler, Jerry W., 386 Chandler, Richard A., 447 Chandler, Russell B., 329,447 Chandler, Willis E., 447 Chaney, Charles W., 422 Chang, Chen K., 466 Chaplin, S b M ax y ., 357,422 Chapman, Beniarnin E., 364, 386 Chapman, David M., 422 Chapman, George L., 447 Chapman, Richard M., 373 Chapman, Roberl E., 386 Chapman, Thomas A., 352 Chappell, Sfephen G., 373 Clary, Alberf T., 447 Clayfon, Jon K., 255 Clayfon, Sfeven N., 447 Cleaver, Michael W., 386 Clegg, Waller J.. 376,432 Clemenfs, Bruce R., 386 Clemenls, Larry R., 432 Clemmons, Susan R., 278, 422 Cleveland, Charles L., 447 Cleveland, James C., 447 Cleveland, John P., 386 Cleveland, Thomas G., 364, 447 Clifford, Harold C., 164 Cline, Bobby L., 373 Cline, James L., 293, 386 Cline, John W., 285 Clonfs, Sfeven L., 432 Coafes, George H., 432 Cochrane, John D., 387 Cocowifch, John H., 447 Cofer, James W., 387 Coffeen, Larry T., 198 Coffman, Gary R., 351, 448 Coqqins, James D., 342, 432 Coggins, Thomas R,, 422 - Cogswell, Timofhy D., 298 Cohen, Roger L., 422 Cohn, Alan W., 432 Cohn, David H., 325, 448 Coker, Barry W., 387 Coker, Darby T., 285, 255 I ::'., Worliff Fineyt Steel Die Engmzfed W collegiate stationery and A .,..., . writing papers MONTAG'S :,.:1:-:4:1:2 f2f" 9 W' A A . 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Frank A., 387 Collins, Henry J., 432 Collins, John C., 422 Collins, John P., I64 Collins, Joseph K., 422 Collins, Collins, Collins. Collins, Colson, Pafrick C.. 307, 422 Sfeven H., 328,432 William E., 488 William L., 488 Pardee D.. Jr., 448 Colverf, Roberf G., 387 Combes, Richard S.. 336. 448 Combs. Comer, Travis E.. 467 Michael D., 352.448 Compfon, Zollie R.. Jr., 432 Conable, Richard A., 448 Corider, Bill F.. Jr., I64 Conklin Roberf S., 373,422 Conlon, Chrisfopher S., l79, 448 Conner James B., 309. 422 Conner, John M., 432 Conner William T., 352 Conneraf, Carfer M., 448 Confe, Paul T., 346, 448 Confreras, Belisario, 387 Cook, Bruce E., 36l, 250. 252, 387 Cook, Byron C., 432 Cook, Edward C.. 332 Cook, Frederick L., 467 Cook, Gregory L.. 48 Cook, l-larry A. Jr., 422 Cook, James F., 448 Cook, James R.. 432 Cook Jerry A., 432 Cook, John A, 432 Cook, Larry A., 432 Cook, Leslie W., 432 Cook, Philip C., 255, 422 Cook, Roberf D., 448 Cook, Roberf R., 432 Cook Ronald N., 448 Cook, Sfanley L., 448 Cook, Sfephen D., 387 Cook Wade E.. 36I Cooke, Donald E., 422 Cooler, Lamarr B., 373, 448 Cooley, Russell W., 432 Cooner, Michael L.. 3l6, 448 Co-op Club, 234. 235 Cooper. Basil P., 467 Cooper, Charles S., 387 Cooper, Edwin P., 387 Cooper, James C., 467 Cooper, Joe Thurman, 357 Cooper, William M., 387 Cope. Charles L.. 422 Copper, John F., 387 Coppola, Richard G., 448 Corbell, Philip T.. 422 Corbeff, Danny K., 448 Corbin, Owen B., 448 Corbiff, James M., 387 Corcia, John T., 303, 387 Corley, Arch M., 448 Corley. Herberf W.. Jr., 467 Cornelius, Charles E., 432 Cornish. Joseph J., IV, 448 Cornwell, Lamar W., 448 Corr, Roberf M., 448 Corrigan, John J., 448 Cosfello, John O., 387 Cosfello, Thomas E.. 387 Cosfley, James H., 422 Cofera, Jorge F., 432 Coffen, Henry P., 387 Coffon, Jefferey L., 432 Couch, Jon E., 316, 388 Couch, William D., 250, 253, 388 Couey, Randall D., 448 Coulon, Whifney A., Ill, 422 Courcelle, Lucien C., 422 Coursey, James W.. 328. 432 Covingfon. Dale W., 448 Cowan, Frederick K., 422 Cowan, Roberf D., 448 Cowarf, Charles R., 388 Cowarr, Jimmy D., 432 Cowley, Roberf C., Jr., 448 Cox, Fred L., 432 Cox, John T., 376 Cox, Noah W., Jr.. 467 Cox. Pefer J., 448 Cox. Richard D.. Jr., 3l6. 3l2. 277. 422 Coyle, Hugh B.. Jr.. 364. 448 Cozzens, Ray J., 422 Crace, James A., 297, 422 Craddock, Joe M., 432 Craff, John D.. 432 Craig, Cynfhia C., 432 Craig, Douglass A., 288, 250, 253 Craig, Richard F., 36l Craig, William N., 369. 422 Crandall, Howard D., 332,448 Crane. Johnny L.. 346 Crane, Michael B., 373, 448 Crannell, David J.. 432 Crapse, John L.. 368 Crawford, Bruce A., 448 Crawford, Curfis C., 432 Crawford, James B.. 388 Crawford, Kennefh D., 36l, 422 Crawley, David M., lll, 422 Crews, Vernon K., 432 Crifasi. Michael L., 388 Crisler, Michael J., 448 Crockard, David A., 357,432 Crocker. Wesley L., 36l Croff, Roberf V.. 422 Croker, William T., 388 Cronan. Lee H., 432 Cronk, Roberf N.. Jr.. 422 Cross-Couniry. I94-I95 Crossley, Rober? W., 388 Crofinger, Richard A., 422 Crouch, Jon M., 346 Crouch, Louis C., Jr.. 448 Crouch, Richard M.. 36l, 422 Crowder, Roberf B., 303, 448 Crowe. Richard W.. 432 Crowe, William T., 432 Crowley, Andrew M., 448 Crowley, Thomas S.. Jr., 352 Crum, Homer P., 464, 388 Crumley, Alan R., 432 Crump, Norman D., 467 Crusoff, Russell L.. 448 Crufcher, Charles L., 448 Crufchfield. Charles, 307, 432 Crye, Henry T., Jr.. 3I2. 432 Cuff, Arfhur R.. 432 Culberfson, Andrew M., 448 Culberfson, Roberf D., 422 - Culbrefh. Alberf W., Jr.. 368, 422 Cullerfon, James M.. 3l6, 432 Culfon, John B.. I64 Cunard, Charles W.. 422 Cunningham, Cole E., 388 Cunningham, Gary L., 448 Cunningham, Roberf C., 448 Cunningham, William C., 432 Currenf, James P., 422 Currie. Nicholas C., 297. 388 Curfis, Dan E.. 432 Curfis, Granl' B., 357, 448 Curfis, Howard N.. 448 Cushing, Alan S., 325,422 Cushinq, Charles L., 388 Cufhberfson, Carl R., 388 Cufson, Michael H., 28l, 448 Cuffing, James A., 297 Dabney. Morde J.. lll. 422 Dahm, Joseph M.. 336, 422 Dailey, Richard J., 388 Daily, Ralph H.. 432 Dale, Thomas D., I64, 432 Dalessio, Sfeven M., 388 Dalrymple, Thurman E., 422 Dames Club, 23I Danch Danfo Daniel Daniel efz, Frank L., 448 rd. Howard G.. Jr., 422 , Emerson R., 352, 422 , John K., 448 Daniel, John W., 448 Daniel, Kennefh W., 364, 388 Daniel, Sfephen P., 352 Daniel, Thomas B., 388 Daniel . Thomas R.. Jr.. 422 Daniel, William F., 467 Daniel l, Roberf J., 448 422 Darby, Roberf M.. Darbyshire, Pefer R.. 422 Darcy, James J., 448 Darde n, James C., 357 Darley, William C., Jr.. 389 Darrie ux, Marcel A., 448 Dasher, Campbell K., Jr.. 389 Davenporf, Ben C., 288. 448 Davenport William, Jr., 464 Davidson, Bruce M., 432 Davidson. Drew M., 422 Davidson, Jon V.. Jr.. 373. Davies, Linda F., 278 Davila. Joaquin R., 467 Davis, Danny N., 422 Davis, Emily J., 389 Davis. Eschol E., Jr., 448 Davis. Forresf D., I79, 448 Davis, Gary K., 448 Davis, George T., 448 Davis, Harrison F., 448 Davis, James J., 448 Davis, James W., 389 Davis. James W., 422 Davis, Jerry B., 448 Davis, Jerry L., 448 Davis, Lamar B., 368. 432 Davis, Marvin E., 448 Davis, Reed E., 467 Davis, Samuel D., 432 Davis, Sfephen C.. 448 Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis Swep T., 336, 250, 2 448 53, 389 Thomas C., 352, 448 William T.. 432 Wm. M., 432 Davison, Larry R., 277, 389 Dawson. John L.. lll, 448 Dawson, Michael T., 432 Day, John E., 389 Day. Roberf E., 432 Dean, Thomas E.. 361.448 Deafon, Huberf J., 3l2, I79, 448 Deaver, Rick W.. 297 Deloardelaben, Sfeven, l79, 448 Debusschere, Michael, 432 Decasfro, James E.. 364 Decker, Edward R., 357, 432 Defurio, Roberf A., 448 Degive, Dennis W., 389 Degrow, Gary C.. 422 Dehaven, Barfon D., 36l, 448 Deisenrofh, Michael P., 389 Delano, Brian J., 423 Delaforrienfe, Jorqe, 389 Delcampo. Thomas M., 364 Dellinger, Sfephen B., 432 Dellinger, Thomas W., 433 Deloach. Thomas C., Jr., 433 Delonq, Horace D., 448 Delosky, Andrew J., 449 Delph, Terry J.. 336, 389 Delia Siqma Phi. 298-30l Delfa Tau Delia. 302-305 Delia Upsilon. 306. 307 Delia Kappa Phi. 268 Deluca. Arrhur J.. Jr.. 336. 449 Demonef, Roger R., 449 Dennard. James E., Jr.. 433 Denney, Samuel D., 389 Denney, Walfer C.. l64 Denning, Roger M., 449 Denning, Sfeven A., 357, 449 Dennis, Ennis R.. Jr.. 389 Dennis, Floyd A.. 432 Dennis, William T., 423 Densmore, Kennefh C.. 449 All Portraits in This Book Made by QGSXUGZW- 6101462 935 0 fo grapf ers gn C. 876 West Peachtree Street, N. W. ATLANTA 9, GEORGIA OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS FOR B L U E P R I N T ALL BLUE PRINT PORTRAIT negatives are held in our files for several years and can be obtained at any time. Desileis 498 STUDENT lNDEX-Confinued Derosa, Guy R., 373 Derosa. Derrick, Desaiia Kenneih R., 449 Jack Holley, 433 ,Kaihie Jean, 278 Desaiia, , Ronald S., 340,423 Wm. Charles, 467 Despeaux, Frederick M., 467 Devenny, James Davey, 433 Devlin, Joseph A., 47 Devore, John R., 368. 389 Dewberry, James W., 423 Dexfer, Gregory A., 423 Dial, James C., 423 Diamond, Siephen D., 433 Dicasali, Raymond L,, 328, 449 Dickens, J. T., 467 Dickerson, James R., 423 Dickerson, Ronald E., 332, 449 Dickinson, Eddie A.. I89 Diehl, Alan E., 467 Dill, Lawrence C., 364 Dillinger, David R., 342,433 Dillon, John L., 449 Dimiceli, Roberi K., 389 Dipeirillo, John, 449 Dirring, William A., 373, 423 Dishongh, Jefferson L., 389 Dismukes, James F., Jr., 4-49 Dixon, Clyde M., 449 Dixon, David A., 449 Dobson, Carl C., 389 Dobson, Wm. E.. 389 Dodge, Lee G.. 449 Dodson, Douglas G., 373,449 Dolce, Richard J., 307 Domanski, Michael J., 449 Dominguez, l-lomero N., 389 Domm, Terry Charles, 369 Donald, Mahlon H., III, 449 Donaldson, Kennefh A., 449 Dondero, VVm. E., 449 Donnelly, William M., 389 Donovan, Jeffrey W.. 449 Dooly, Jackie M., 303, 433 Dorman, Ronald W., 389 Dorris, Alan L., 433 Dorsey, John P., 449 Dorsey, Philip J., 449 Dosier, Cleve B., 36l, 449 Dosier, Joe G., 389 Dougheriy, John M., 433 Douglas, Carl E., I79 Douglas, John F., I64 Douglass, Warren E., 449 Dowd, Roberi J., 449 Dowdy, Thomas E., 342, 433 Downey, Gerald R., 449 Dozier, Roger A., 449 Dracos, James S., 433 Dragalin, Daniel J.. 449 Drama Tech, 222, 223 Drapp, Daniel B., 449 Drennon, William L., 423 Drevensiedr, Gary, 433 Drew, James L., 4-49 Drinkard, Wm. D., 4-49 Driskell, Charles N., 389 Driskell, David C., 389 Driver, Grover C., III, 433 Drummond, Charles W., 449 Ducko, Kevin, 449 Dudley, Clyde E., 433 Duenckel, Damon L., 433 Duff, Kenneih T., 449 Duffey, William W., Jr., 464 Dugan, Joseph J., 449 Duggan, Michael F., 373 Dugger, James R., 433 Duke, Daniel F., lll, 449 Duke, Derek L., 352, 389 Dulaney, Thomas A.. 449 Dullum, David A., 449 Dun, Richard A., 36l, 4-49 Dunbar, Jeffrey R., 423 Duncan, Jack L., 285, 4-49 Duncan, Jere M., 467 Duncan, Johnny W.. I64 Duncan, Lane M., 389 Duncan, Rignal W., 3l6, 433 Duncomb, Duane L., 433 Dunn, Duncan F., 389 Dunn, Sherburne W., 297, 4-49 Dunn, Townsend H., 328, 449 Dupree, lsaiah H., 389 Durani, Pairicia J., 449 Durden, Donald L., 449 Durden, John G., 449 Durkin, Wm. V., 449 Durrenberger, Dave M., 433 Durscher, John W., 433 Duika, Gary N., 449 Dyer, Benny J., 3l6, 449 Dyer, Clarence D., 423 Dyer, Joseph T., 433 Dyer, Lawrence A., 433 Dyer, Thomas M., 433 Dykes, James D., 449 Dyson, Colie L., Jr., 309, 433 Dyson, Thomas R., 4-49 Eager, James B., 309,433 Eaqerman, Bradley A., 28l Ealy, Marion, Jr., 433 Earnesi, James T., 423 Easley, John R., 433 Eason, Henry B., 390 Easi, James L., 433 Easiman, William P., I64 Eaion, Ronald R., 433 Eavenson, Jimmy N., 423 Ebadi, Yar M., 433 Eberly, Raymond C., 3l6, 433 Echferhofi, John T., 357 Eckerf, Michael E., 449 Ecklund, Edward M., 449 Edmision, Dennis C.. 352,423 Edmunds, George R., l64, 423 Edwards, Ben H., 449 Edwards, Kenneih M., I64 Edwards, Thomas G., 423 Edwards, Whifson T., 4-49 Edwards, William E., 433 Eisiraiion, Charles P., 293, 433 Eggers, Louis F., 449 Ehrgoii, John Q., 467 Ehrharf, John F., 433 Eich, Richard F., 449 Eidson, Randall W., 423 Einziger, Roberr E., 390 Elam, Merrill L., 278, 36l Elder, Herberi' H., 433 Elder, John M., 449 Elder, Joseph M., 373, 423 Elder, Lonzy E., 467 Elderd, Raymond K., 467 Eldredge, Edwin R., Jr., 329, 390 Eldridge, William D., 373,423 Eley, Roloeri D., 423 Ellingfon, Larry W., 4-49 Ellioii, Ronald J., 423 EllioH', Thomas A., Jr., I64 Ellis, Paul C., 254, 390 Ellis, Ralph D., 433 Ellis, Roberl' W., 433 Ellision, Bruce C., 449 Elwell, Richard G., 364,449 Ely, Michael L., 390 Embvy, George D., 423 Emhari, Srephen W., 433 Emrich, Claud l., 449 Engineer, 2I8, 2l9 Engineering Exdension, IIB, II9 Engineering Graphics, I34 Enginun, Mine E., 390 Englehardr, Joseph P., 329, 277, English Deparimeni, I36, I37 Ensign, Harvey A., 449 Enfrekin, Larre W., l89 Epps, Lindsey M., 449 Epps, Van E., 433 Erckmann, Francis P.,-149 Erpenbach. Jerome J., 449 Ervin, Augusius L., 423 Ervin, William D., 390 Eskew, John D., 364,423 Esmond, Michael M., 28l Espinosa, Fabian F., 433 Esposiio, Michaele J., 449 Esierman, Bonnie J., 390 Esierman, Michail A., 467 Efa Kappa Nu, 263 Eihridge, Donald J., 449 Efienne, Wolcoii B., 449 EH, Roberl' J., 423 Eiilinger, Todd W., 3l2, 449 Eubanks, Francis M., Jr., 390 Eubanks, Timofhy E., I64 Evans Evans Evans , Charlie A., 423 David E., 423 Franklin L., 423 Evans, James H., 449 Evans. John H., 390 Evans, Thomas F., 433 Evans, Walfer D., 35l Evans, Winsion K., 467 Everiii, William F., 449 Ewari, James K., 288 Execufive Roundfable, 238 Exley, Timoihy R., 423 Eysrer, Charles R., Jr., 449 Facella, John A., 433 Facemire, Jon P., 449 Faglie, Jerry C., 433 Fain, Siephen K., 423 Faiih, Joseph VV., I79, 449 Faleiii, Paul A., 357 Fallis. Roberi W., 449 Farber. Harold J., 297,433 Farill, Trenr G., 467 Farley, Jack D., 433 Farmer, Charles L., 364,449 Farmer, Lewis T., 433 Farr, James L., 364, 390 Farrell, Clarence J., 423 Farrell, Roger M., 433 Farris, Clyde A., 449 Fauerbach, George, Jr., 36l Faughnan, Wm. A., 390 Fausi, Nickalas L., 332 Fay, Siephen G., 376, 390 Fechiel, John J., 288, 449 Fedor, Michael M., l94, 433 Feldman, Herberf S., Jr., 390 Fendler, Peier R., 390 Fenei, Roberl' W., 309, 433 Fennell, Roberi H., 433 Ferguson, Bradford P., 449 Ferguson, Carroll B., 450 Ferguson, Roy W., Jr., 390 Ferguson, Thomas W.. 450 Ferrell, C. Myrick, 450 Fidler, Franklin C., 357 Fiebelkorn, Thomas M. Field, Gregory A., 450 Field, James W., 390 Field, Marshall L., 433 Field, Wesley O., 357, l82 Field, Willard M., 364 Fields, Richard W., 390 Fiesia, Ralph P., 423 . I64. 423 Fif+h Year Archifecfs, 464 Figqari, Timoihy F., 450 Figlar, Richard B., 364, 423 Figueroa, David R., 390 Fillers, Donald G., 433 Finch, Kenneih L., 450 Finch, Mervin C., 346 Fincher, Danny A., 423 Fincher. Thomas O., 303. 423 Finger, William B., 433 Finley, John T., 390 Finn, David A., 390 Finzel, Peier A., 433 Fischer, Gerald G.. 423 Fisher. Charles B., ll, 450 Fisher, Charles D., 390 Fisher, Wm. N., 390 Fishman, Larry S., 325, 450 Fiich, Charles H., 346 Fiizgerald, Bruce D., 450 Fil-zgerald, Michael L., 433 Filzpairick, Thomas E., 390 Filzpafrick, Thomas M.. 450 Fiizwilson, Roger L., 467 BROOKS-ALLISON CO. tit ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS ENGINEERS 'kit' ATLANTA, GEORGIA 'ills S-v 1 1 ENJOY l2l'f0Cl' ICE CREAM l65 HAYNES ST. S.W. MU 8-3453 ATLANTA, GA. -499 STUDENT INDEX--Confinued Flanders, James C., 433 Fleqal, Wm. M., 467 Fleming, Thomas W., 423 Flefcher, James C., 376,433 Flefcher, Julian H., 364,450 Flefcher, Lamar W., 364, 450 Flefcher, Thomas P.. 450 Flood, Francis R., 450 Florence, Byron B., 390 Flors, Juan B.. 423 Flournoy, James M.. 423 Flowe. Bonnie M., 433 Flower, Pafrick C., 303, 450 Flower, Paul H., 390 Flowers, David L., 467 Floyd, Johnny G.. 467 Floyd, Rodney C., 450 Floyd, William J., Jr., 433 Fluhr, William H.. 450 Folk, Thomas L., 433 Folsom, Barry J., 433 Follman. Anrhony J., ll, 390 Foofball, I64-I77 Forbus. John T., 433 Ford, Clinfon H., 450 Ford, James R., 373,423 Ford, Terry A., 450 Forehand, Richard A., 423 Foreman, Chip P., 450 Forresfer, Alvin Z., 450 Forshee, Eugene, 433 Forsyfh, William M., 423 Forf. William C., lll, 450 Forfier. Michael E., I64. 390 Forfier, Richard W., I79, 450 Forfin, Richard L., 450 Forfner, Thomas l'l., 433 Forfson, David P., 433 Forfson. Francis B., 433 Fosfer, Arfhur H., 309,433 Fosfer, Clarence D.. 433 Fosfer, Janice S., 278, 433 Fosfer. John R., 373,390 Fosfer, Lee D., 433 Fosfer, Roberf R., 390 Foughf, Sfephen O., 39l Fowden, James A., 329, 39l Fowler, Edward A., 307,450 Fowler, James C., l89, 39l Fowler, Michael R., 450 Fowler, Ronald E., 450 Fowler, Samuel A., 352. 433 Fowler, Thomas D., 450 Fox, James E., II, 450 Fox, Lawrence A., 450 Fox, Terry C.. 39l Fox, Terry T., 39l Frailie, Edwin L.. 39l Fraley, Gregory D., 450 Frampfon, Henry G., III, 36l, 433 France. Richard G., 39l Frank, Sfephen D., 433 Franklin, Charles M., 450 Franklin, Wm. L., 450 Frafe, Domenico C., 450 Frazer, Walfer W., Jr., 39l Frederick, John, Jr., 450 Fredrick, Wayne D., 364 Fredrickson, Paul E., 423 Freedman, Charles R., 2Bl Freeman, Dennis O., 423 Freeman. Dorsey E., 39l Freeman. Jackson M., 450 Freeman, James E., 423 Freeman James L., Jr.. 423 Freeman, Richard A., 433 Freeman, Winslow P., Jr.. 39l French, Richard H., 433 Freshman, 444-463 Freund, William R., Jr., 433 Frey, Alfred F., 467 Fricks, Charles L., 423 Friedland. Marc M.. 39l Frifh, Roberf A., 450 Frilz, Douglas E., 39l Frifze, Roberl A., 3l2 Frohn. David R.. 342, 39l Frome, Russell K., 342. 423 Frosf, Michael R., 450 Frosf, Thomas F., 433 Fruendf, Chrisfian K.. 369, 464 Fryer, James E., 433 Fuchs, Frederick E., Jr., 36l Fuderer, George F., 450 Fuqafe, Kelly G., 39l Fulford, Samuel H., 39l Fulghum, Bernard E., Jr., 39l Fuller, William N., 433 Fulfon, James W., 423 Funkensfein, Louis B., l82, 392 Fuquea. Charles T., 450 Furlow, Thomas M., l98. 423 Fuseler, John W.. 468 Fussell, Jerry B., 392 Fussell, Kennefh J., 433 Fufrell, Lawrence E., 423 Gadd, Richard V., Jr., 357 Gaffney, William F., 423 Gahl, Terry A.. 450 Gaines, Alex W., 423 Gaines, Marvin W., Jr., 450 Gaisserr, Roberl' C., 450 Gaifher, Michael S., 450 Gallops. John F.. Jr., 434 Galloway, Roberr T.. 434 Galusky, Thom B., 423 Galvis, Chrislian, 392 Gambill. Jackie C., 450 Gambrell, Carroll A., 450 Gamma Psi, 239 Gang, Joseph M., Jr., 450 Gann, Donald E., 450 Gannon, Pafrick J., 434 Gannon, William F., Jr., 450 Ganshirf, Thomas J.. 450 Garber. James D., 469 Garber, Terry C., 309 Garcia, Suarez L., 433 Gardner, Gary W., 434 Gardner, Roberf H., 293 Gardner. Spencer H., 342, 392 Garey, Arfhur W., Jr., 434 Garfield, Richard L., 450 Garlick, Theodore H., 35l, 434 Garlock, Pefer J., 450 Garner. Charles D., 392 Garner. Thomas E.. Jr., 433 Garrard, Richard S.. 433 Garrard, Roberf l., 450 Garrefl, Michael T., 450 Garreff, Tom W., 450 Garreff, Walfer A., Jr., 423 Garrison, Allan D., 433 Garrison, Forresl C., 392 Garfner. Ronald B.. 325 Gasper, Leo P., 293, 450 Gaslon, Gregory M., 450 Gasfon, Jonafhan C., 433 Gasfon. Thomas S.. 450 Gales, Joseph S., 433 Gafzke, Harry W., 328, 468 Gauger, Daniel M., 468 Gay. Donnie K., 423 Gay, Michael C., 450 Gay. Oscar M., 433 Gay, Ray E., 423 Gaylord, Charles H., Jr., 373, 392 Gazaway. Michael J., 4-33 Gebharf, Wilford W., 392 Geesey, Karl F., 450 Gegauff, Anlhony G., 364. 423 Geiger, Wm. G., Jr., 369, 392 Gell, David J., 309, 450 Gennaro, Richard T., 293, 450 Genfry, Charles E., 364, 450 Genfry, David R.. 332 Genfry, Leon C., Jr.. 423 George, Marfin S., 433 George, Ronald W., 297.423 Gerald, Nash O., lV, 298, I94, Gerhardf, Alfonso W., I64 Gersfner, Barry L., 433 Ghosh, Sambhunalh, 468 Gibbon, James P.. 450 Gibbs, Gary L., 423 Gibson, Gibson, David E., 36l, 423 Gregory T.. 450 Gibson, James D., 450 Gibson, James L., l64 Gibson Roberf D., 352, 433 erddeds. Huey D., 423 Gilbarf, Gilberf, Gilberf, Gordon J., 285 George E., 433 James M., 352, 423 Gilchrisf, Howard N.. 434 Gill. Michael M., 3l6 Gillespie, Adrian H., 450 Gillespie, Charles R.. 393 Gillelf, Brouqhfon K., 450 Gillingham, Clay P., 423 Gillman, John S., 434 Gilly, Dale K.. 450 Gilmore, Michael K., 450 Gilmore, Wm. B., Jr.. 450 Gilpafrick, Carroll H., 423 Gilfner. Terry D., 357, I79, 450 Ginaffa, Anlonio E., 393 Givens, Russell S., 450 Glass, R oberf J., 423 Glass, Sherman J., Jr., 450 Glaze, Thomas A.. 434 Glazer, Jerome L., 287, 423 Glee Club, 224 Glenn, David R., 423 Glenn, Donald T., 303, 450 Glenn, Larry E., 393 Glisson, Alan A., I64 Glisson, Pafrick C., 285 Glover, David E., 450 Glover, Larry E.. 450 Godfrey, Edward W.. 3l2, 393 Godshall, Ernesf F.', Jr., 434 Godwin, Roger L., 342, 450 Goff, Gerald J., 36I Goforfh, Roberl' H., 423 Goforfh, Roger W., Jr., 393 Goglia, David D., 393 Gohn, Careon J., 450 Goldblaff, Jody L., 450 Golden, Jefferson M., 36l, 434 Goldman, Charles G., 393 Goldman, Roberl' S.. 325, 450 Goldsfein, Sfanley J., 287,423 Golf, 20I Golson, Hodges L., 304, 393 Golsfon, Eugene R., Jr., 434 Gonczi, Andrew F., 393 Gonzalez, George J.. 450 Gonzalez, Raymond R., 450 Good, Larry V., I64 Gooding, Roberl F., 2.88 Goodman, Mark A., 325, 434 Goodman, Roberl M., lV, 434 Goodner, William D.. 434 Goodwin, Charles M., Jr., 434 Goodwin, Grady J., 450 Goodwin, Warren N., 329 Goolslay, Charles L., 434 Gordley, Larry L., 450 Gordon, Gregory K., 303. 450 Gordon, James W., 373,450 Gordon, Wm. H.. 393 Gore, David W., 393 Gornfo, Harry G., 342, 423 Goslin. John A., 423 Gossage. Phillip D.. 352 Gossefr, Sfephen B., 450 Gofflieb. Mark M., 434 Gould, Kennefh P., 450 Goulde, Richard L., 450 Gowder, Earl F., Jr., 434 Gower, Charles B., 450 Gower, Roberf D., 434 Grablowsky, Bernie J., 468 Graduafe Sfudenfs, 465-472 Graffeo, Frank J., 303, 434 Graham, Johnny W., 423 Graham, Roger T., 434 Graham, Terry A., 423 Grainger, Howard R., 346 Granade, Wayne M., 434 Granafa, Michael. 393 Granl, Charles W.. 303. 450 Granf, James B., 423 Graves, John C., 434 NEWCOMB 8: BOYD DUNLAP , , A N D C omultmg Engmeerx C O M P A N Y Electrical Air Conditioning I I N S U R A N C E Heating Plumbing Since 1895 1205 Spring St., N. W., Atlanta, Ga. 1710 Candle: Bldg. ATLANTA GEORGIA el is a me tim unc: rl-loMPsoN, mc. ' Engineers and Contractors Engineers and Contractors Yance Bros. co. Atlanta, 1540 Northside Dr., N.E. Macon, 4660 Broadway Augusta, 1781 15th St. 1415 Howell Mill Rd. ATLANTA, Gzaoncn CIINKLIN TIN PLATE AND METAL C0. WAREHOUSE - MANUFACTURING - SPECIAL FORMING - Sheet Steel, Stainless Steel, Copper, Aluminum and Equipment Gutters, Downspout, Furnace Pipe and Accessories 30 Gage through V4 plate R. S. ARMSTRONG AND BRO. CO. CONTRACTORS AND ROAD BUILDING EQUIPMENT 676 MARIETTA ST., N.W. 524-6434- l 'sl-i..,,,"' STUDENT INDEX-Coniinued Gravill. Alan C., 393 Gray. Brian A.. 464, 393 Gray, E. H. Ladd. 111,434 Gray, James S., 450 Gray, Michael N., 281, 450 Hammond, David G., 451 Hammond, Dean C., 424 Hamrick, John M., 434 Hande11,Raher+ H., 451 Hanie, Philip P.. 424 Hannon. Mark B., 434 Hansell, Dennell R.. 373, 394 Hansell, Louis F.. 451 Gray, Sreven G., 450 Greek Philip A., 423 Greenl, Charles J.. 281 Green, Green, James K., 393 John D., 434 Green. Samuel, 111. 434 Greenberg, Joseph 1.. 464 Greene, Douglas E.. 434 Greene, James D., 393 Greene, Leonard A.. 325. 423 Greene, Thomas V., 434 Hanson Harbau ,Terry M., 451 gh, Slephen P.. 424 Harbeson, Roberi' E., 424 Harbin, Harr C. 297 434 Y - . Harden, Charles C., 451 Harden. John W.. 424 Hardin, Dennis C., 451 Hardin. Melvin L., 434 Hardin, Hardy, William B.. 451 Clive E., 394 Greer, Henry C., Jr., 423 Greer, William P.. 352, 393 Gregory, Edward A., Jr., 357, 450 Gregory. Harry H., 434 Gresham, Thomas S., 164. 393 Greizinger, Ralph E., 340.450 Grevemberg, Clifford, 288 Grice, Dewey J.. 423 Grilierh, Richard R., 450 Griliin, Dewey C.. 393 Hardy, Thomas C., 373. 394 Hargell, Derward M., Jr., 451 Hargellr, l-luell T., 424 Hargis, Roberr L.. 394 Haringa. Roberl R., 424 Harkins, John A., 451 Harley, James E., 394 Harms. Dolph E., 451 Harms, Karl H., 394 Harness, Theo, Jr., 361 Harp, Cleveland J.. 424 Griiiin, Elloeri' N., 393 Griffin, James J., 434 Griilin, John C., 434 Grillin, Sranley E., 434 Grillin, William R.. 450 Griliiih, Gary A., 393 Griggers. Larry M., 450 Griggs, Erick E., 434 Griggs. Paul H.. 450 Grigsby. James D., 351 Grimes, Waller B., 111, 450 Grindrod. Gary Wm., 450 Griscom. Rol:zer1'W., 434 Grisr, Wm. James, Jr., 320, 450 Griswell, Ray M., 450 Griswold. Frederick C., 393 Gross. Charles A., 434 Grozan, Thomas C., 342, 393 Grubb, Gipsy l'l., 434 Grundy. Michael J., 450 Guerin, Marion B., Jr.. 434 Gue++ler, Lawrence H., 393 Gusick Gulley, John 393 Gumm. Milion S.. 393 Gunby, Cecil D., 450 Gurian, Marlin E.. 468 Gurley, Larry M., 309 Gurley, Thomas O., 450 Robe ri J 450 Gulh. Sianley W., 182, 423 Guihrie, John M., 297 Guihrie, Kennelh l., 309,450 Gurierrez. Manuel A., 393 Gulierrez, Sracey M.. 423 Guizwiller, Howard L.. 434 Guy. Andrew J., Jr., 434 Gwynn. Rolaerl' S., 434 Gym, 198 Haas, Sieven A.. 393 Haber, Barry G.. 281 Hackney, Alfred J., 11. 179 Hacksladl, Raleigh D., 346 Haeger. John R., Jr., 307, 250, 393 Hagewood, Eugene G., 277 Haines. David R.. 309 Hall, Gerry W., 393 Hall, Morrill M., 394 Hall, S+ephen C.. 394 Halliday. James, 468 Hallman, William S., 394 Halmos. Sieven J.. 434 Ham, Richard A.. 434 Hamil, James B.. 451 Hamillon, Chris J., 361 Hamilion, Hugh B., Jr., 424 Hammelf, Samuel H., Jr., 189 Hammock, Marion H.. 424 Hammond, Charles E,. 468 Hammond, David C.. 434 Harper. Charles E., 434 Harper, James C., 451 Harper. Roberl M.. 451 Harrell, Charles A.. 394 Harrell, Maxwell M., 424 Harrell, William W.. 451 Harrelson, Alan W.. 451 Harringion, Gregory D., 424 Harringion, Roberi D.. 451 Harris. Baron A., 394 Harris, Beniamin J., 451 Harris, Billy B., 424 Harris, Bobby R.. 468 Harris. Charles M., 434 Harris, Gerald R., 329, 394 Harris, Henry P., 451 Harris, James F., 434 Harris, James P., 451 Harris, James S., 434 Harris, Jimmy H.. 451 Harris, Mary C.. 394 Harris, Michael W., 451 Harris. Richard A., Jr.. 424 Harris. Richard E., 451 Harris. Roberl R., 394 Harris, Robin N.. 394 Harris, Harris. Ronald E., 364,451 Russell S.. Jr.. 424 Harris. Thomas H., 394 Harris. William H.. Jr., 434 Harris, William L.. 434 Harris, William R.. 424 Harris, Wm. G.. 394 Harrison, Beniamin K.. 434 Harriso Harriso Harriso Harriso n, Jerry C., 394 n, William H.. 451 n, William J., 468 n, William R.. 451 Harry, Donald W., 316 Hari, Marc S.. 434 Harl, Thurman E., 394 Harfer, David A., 364 Harier. George A.. 451 Hariin, James A., 434 Harvey. James F.. 111, 342. 424 1-1arvi11,Wi11iam A., 424 Harwell, James H., 111, 434 Harwell. Walifer R., 394 Hass. Rolland G., 298 Hasselt Thomas E.. 111, 451 Hassler, Bruce A., 435 Haicher, Eugene S., 316 Hafcher. Tony J., 451 Halhaway, Billy J., 435 Hauensfein, John A.. 394 Haughion. Roberi H., 316.451 Havenslein, Peler F.. 451 Hawker, Fred W., 376. 451 Hawkins, David E., 468 Hawkins. Edward G., 435 Hawkins, Fred C.. 435 Hawkins, James D.. 394 Hawkins, James H., 394 Hawkins, John P.. 394 Hawkins, Roberi' W., 394 Hawkins. Thomas B., 394 Hay. James 451 Hay. William H.. Jr., 451 Hayes. Clyde H., 435 Hayes. James R., 394 Hayes. Joe E.. 451 Hayes, John B., 329 Hayes, Kerry L., 435 Hayes, Richard B.. 394 Hayes. Thomas P., 424 Haygood. James F.. 352, 435 Haynie, Frank M.. Jr., 424 Hays. Gary L., 394 Hays, John C., 424 Hays. Richard C., 340. 451 Hazelline. Don R.. 394 Headley, Thomas W., 346 Hearn. Henry C.,1l1.435 Hearn, Roberi' A., 435 Hearlz. William T., 424 Healh, John C., 435 Heckman, Carl E., 303 Hedrick. Thomas D., 303,435 Hellner. Michael T.. 316 Hellin. Kennerh R., 451 Hegqlund, Roberl K., 395 Heiderich. Wm. C., 376, 451 Heil, Bruce J., 424 Heimendinger, Kip W., 468 Heller, Louis J., 164 Helman. Harvey A.. 325. 451 Helmer, Percy C., 451 He1mly,Vincen1'435 Helms, Elmer S., 435 Helms, Eric C., 451 Hembree. Donald T., 395 Hempson, Donald A., 307. 435 Henderson. Charles W., 424 Henderson, David E., 435 Henderson. Gary V., 452 Henderson, James M., 452 Henderson, Jeilry L., 435 Henderson, Lanny E., 452 Henderson, Marion T., 435 Henderson, Robyn P.. Jr., 424 Henderson. Siephen E.. 452 Hendley. Daniel R.. 164 Hendricks, Daniel E., 336,435 Hendricks, Jimmy, 395 Hendrix, Ralph D., 452 Hendrix. Roger B.. 452 Henesy, Cliarles F., 111, 452 Henley, Randall W., 452 Henning, William R., 376 Hennings, Eric Wm., 451 Henry, David E.. 328. 424 Henry, Michael D., 312,452 Henry. Slephen R., 351. 435 Henry, Wm. D., 452 Henschel, Lawrence M., 325. 435 Henson. Larry G.. 452 Herberr, Joseph H.. 111, 435 Herbsl, Henry C., 395 Herlay, Clinron F.. 435 Herby, John D., 435 Herckis, Jack A., 281 Herd. Harold E.. 424 Herelord, Roberl B.. 452 Herman, Frank A., 435 Hernandez. Luis E.. 424 Hernandez, Rocael. 395 Hernandez, Vicror M., 452 Herren. Nicklaus W., Jr.. 452 Herren, Raymond G.. 435 Herrero, Enrique A.. 424 Herrin, Perry O., Jr., 452 Herring. James E., 376 Herring. Shannon T., 452 Herringron. Chauncey. 452 Herron, Allen L., 435 Herron, Charles R., 468 Herlenslein, James M.. ,179. 452 Herzberg, Morris M., 435 Heniq. Buell S., 309, 452 ' 2535225-ff32s5Ei '.,.. 1:55. .3 5 --: Y ..,v,:A, :-, . A.-, . 1 S g to f 4 Q e s . JMS s A, , -0v",'f:s?'x'? 'X ' ' 4 1, -: -Y V- -'ff t.. .-:-1-:-1,--if-:-1 - .. -, v 'ze -' ,-.f sfzg-:fi-.-' ,..-.-.-fur.. .--1 , V., . .:.:41:grW-rf:-r "':,..--A3g::1'r'5:5:a '- :Q-"v,,:..' x , Q. at asm. . , -. sr- ,gt ox X 5 6' S v 3 'b., , r' f v f , ,f v Y' sf " A ,:siz21F"'r1.. w rhff. , ,. f , :-- - N , a u-zzfw ...a- ..-1--1-1-:-:ea ' .:.:s:Q:s:s-.." 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James E., 468 Hiell, James H.. 424 l"llfl'jlflLJOIl'1lII'7'l, Alan V., 452 Hiryiinbolharn, Ralph D., 424 Hifyrginn, Bruce W., 452 I-ligriins. I lenry G., 452 Hififiinz, .lnmea D.. 424 Hif4f1inz,John R., Jr., 424 Hifyhlowrir, Jerome D., 452 Hifihlower, Neale C., 435 l-Iiland, Dnvirl E., 340, 435 Hilhurri, Brian A., 395 Hilflrolli, Rfmald D., 452 Hill, Chrislopher G., 452 Hill, Craig H., 452 Hill, David Isl., 395 Hill, James R., 452 Hill, Jimmy M., 452 Hill, John D.. 435 Hill, Larry W., 435 Hill, Roloerl L., 452 Hill, Rodger A.. 452 Hill, William G., 424 Hill, William R., 452 Hillhouse, Paul D., 293 Himen, James F., 435 Himes Wm. B., Jr., 336, 452 Hindes, James l.., 452 Hinely, Dnuqlfv. M., 328. 395 Hines, Terry, 309 Hinson, Michael O., 435 llinson, Ro'.ri.n M., Jr., 395 Hinlon, John l.,291,435 Hinlon, William O., 424 Hires, Slephen D., 452 Hilchcock, Irving C.. 435 HillZhr,'1Clf,JralIrl:y W.. 452 Hilo, Harold E.,-135 Hnnl, John A., 346, 395 Hobgood. Polo T., 357, 452 Hobson, lluqh A.. 435 Hock, Slephen A., 435 Hodges, Charles W., 35l, 452 Hodges, Eugene W., 452 Hoenes. Karl F., 424 Hoones, Roberl W., 332, 396 Hwllingslierl, Joseph L., 452 H" V1l.IV'lQ'.VlfJfil'7, Thomas, 452 H ' . ffllingvforlh, Wm. B., 3l6. 424 Hollis, Gary L., 452 Holloway, Claude L., 452 Holloway, James W,, JV., 435 Holly, Douglas M., Jr., 297, 435 Holm, William A., 435 Holman, Holmes, Charles E., Jr., 435 Raymond D., Jr., 435 Holi, Allen Z, lll, 452 Holi, Richard J., 468 Homior, Paul A., Jr., 376. 452 Hornyk, Mark W., 452 Horian, .larnes T., 320, 424 Hfmd, William R., 396 Hood, William 5., 468 Hooker, Waller C., 435 Hooker, Wm, P., 336. 452 Hooks, Lewis E., 396 Hooper, Frank D., 435 Hoover, Ralph A., 452 Hopkins. Carl L., 435 Hopkins, James F.. 452 Hopkins, Thomas E., 452 Hornbucklo, Jon E., 435 Hornbucklo, Joseph I3., 357, 396 l-lorno, Frriosl W., 468 Horne, John F., 396 Hornsby, Cecil R., 452 Hornsby, Kennolh W., 36l, 396 Horsl, Henry R., 397 Horlon, Horlon, Charles A., 36I Edgar D., lll, 452 Horlon, James T., 424 Horlon Roberl L. 373 397 l-lorloni William Li., 424 Hoslinsky, James M., 424 Holard, Douglas P., 452 Holchkiss. Charles E., 452 Hunsicker, Kerry A.. 453 Hunl, Barry T., 424 Huni, Carver A., 397 HunI', Philip T., 453 Hunl, Thomas A., 453 Hulcheson, Roberl N.. 468 Huichinson, Cliflon T., 3l2. 435 Huison, William R., Jr., 435 Hulro, Slanley W., 424 Huflon. David V.. 397 Huzar, Theodore W., 397 Hyall, David L., I94. 435 Hyall, Donald E., I94 Hyall, Thomas A., 288. 453 Hyde. Lyle H.. 424 lndusfrial Engineering, I38, I39 lndusfrial Managemenf, l40, I4l lnformafion Science, T42 IM Honor Socieiy, 267 lnqlesby, Thomas S., Jr., 435 lnglell, Foresi W.. Jr., I64, 397 Ingram, George E., 435 Ingram, Richard L., 435 Inman. John S., Jr.. 453 Iredale, Wm. J., 293, 453 Irvin, James M., 435 Isaac, Thomas L., 453 lsenhower, David L., 453 lsmarl, Dane R., 325, 397 lnierfrafernify Council, 276, 277 Iverson, Michael H., 36l Holchkiss, Roborl P., 452 House, Eric l3., ll, 452 House, James R., 435 House, Wayne D.. 452 Houser, Gerald W., 285 Housor, John D., 352, 452 Housley, Kennelh B., 424 Hovorkamp, John D.. 316,424 Howard, Fred E., 288 Howard, Richard E., 435 Howard, Roberl B.. 435 Howze, William G., 352 Hsu. Hong W., 397 Hubbard, Eric G., 435 Hubbs, Frank L., 452 Hubba, Roborl B., 424 Huber, Dudley A., 452 Hudlloslon, Kennelh M., 397 Hudqins, Anlhony A., 424 Hudgins, David W.. 397 Ivey, John E., 453 Jackson Jackson Jackson Jackson Jackson , Andrew E., Jr., 397 , Carlelon W.. 397 , Charles A., Jr., 424 , Charles J., 424 , Charles L.. 397 Jackson, George W., 352 Jackson, Henry C., 424 Jackson, James B., 468 Jackson, Riley V.. 397 Jackson, Thomas V., 453 . William E., 468 Jacob, Eugene E., 364, 453 Jacobs, Richard M.. 435 Jacobs, William R., Jr., l98 Jacobsen, Chris J., 436 Jacobsen, Roberl P., Jr., 435 Jacobson, Wm. A., 453 Jaggers, Slephen A., 436 Jain, Ravindra K., 468 Hudson. Henry T., 397 Hudson, Jon P.. 452 Hudson, Richard L., 397 Hudson, Thad W.. 397 Hudson, Wilburn K., Jr., 397 James, Bruce E., 303 James, David R., 453 James, Dennis H., 352 James, Evan L., 453 James, Harrison W., III, 397 James W.. 453 Hoilman Hoffman ,Jellrey L., 396 Hollman Reber? D., 468 Hellman, Ross M., 452 ,William R., Jr. . 293. 435 Holheins, James C., 452 Hogan, Michael D.. 452 Hogan, Spurgeon G.. 396 Hogan, Thomas B., 309, 435 Holbrook, Jon H., 346. 396 Holbrook, Roborl F., 452 Holbrook, Roborl 5.. 452 Holbrook, Thomas H.. Jr., 435 Holcomb, Jerry R., 368, 435 Holcombe, Edwin F., Jr., 452 Holcombe, William F., 424 Holder, James M., 435 Holland, Charles J.. 424 Holland, David L., 435 Holland, Donald O., 357, 396 Hollander, Robarl E., 28l, I64 Hollororlh, John S.. 435 Holliday, John W.. Jr., 3l2, 435 Holliday, Leamon R., 396 Holliman. Michael H., 435 Hudson. Wm. T., 452 Huey, Charles S., 357, 424 Huff, John R., 424 Hufi, Parks S.. 452 Hull. Richard G., 435 Huff, Russell D., 435 Huff, Slephen M., 435 Jameson, George P.. 453 Jamqochian, John D., 329,424 Jamieson, John M.. 397 Jamieson, Roberl' A., 397 Janiak, John J., 453 Jarrard, Dale L., 424 Jarralr, Alberl J., 436 Jarrell, Emmell L., 453 Jarrell. Roy E., I89, I64, 397 Jeffers. William D., Jr., 424 Jehan, Henry l., Jr., 35l, 436 Huqhos, Charles W.,Jr.. 351,435 Hughes, Larry D., 397 Huqhes, Marvin L.. 435 Hughes. Richard P.. 452 Hughes, Robarl, 452 Hughes, Roberi M., 397 Hughes, Thomas J., 424 Hui Ha ryW T 452 , r . ., Hull Geoflre P.. 368. 424 Jenkins. Curlis W., 436 Jenkins, Roberl A.. 436 Jenkins. Wm. C.. 424 Jerabek, Charles F., 373, 397 Jerkins. James'M., 453 Jervis, Charles T., 453 Jell, Julian C., Jr., 424 Jiannine, Louis A., 342.453 Jiran, Michael J.. 309 Johns, Roberl W., 453 Hullgren, Ernieisl W.. 452 Hume, Alfred S., Jr., 397 Hummel, Charles G., 368. 424 Humphries, Garland R., 435 Humphries, Michael J., 453 Huneycull. Jody E.. 453 Hungerford. John B.. 453 Hunnicu'r'r. Harry A., 397 Johns, Rufus W., 453 Johns. William F., 424 Johnson, Benlon J., lll. 425 Johnson, Brennon G., 453 Johnson. Clifford H., 453 Johnson. Craig A.. 397 Johnson, David C.. 453 1 lviill I your one-stop store , for all oflice supplies Snow PLACES' I oilice equipment and decgfatjng The Fabulous business printing oflice supplies drafting and engineering supplies tabulating supplies The Soufh's Finest RUXY 221 IVY ST., N.E. 0 60 PEACHTRBE ST., N.W. wilbyminsey ATLANTA BRANCHES: GA.: Albany, Athens, Augusta, Columbus, Theatres Gainesville, Macon, Rome ALA.: Huntsville TENN.: Athens, Chattanooga S. C.: Greenville ff: I' f lv? We 1. I .Ln ' A 5,55 e 'Q-iz" 13' 'V wus- , '. U 'f T , .' 9 ze, .I 459 'WW 6. xx Ent. W X . ' .11-, x.rx.-A., 20 vnu, cga'- v.e .mf 1? , wr WW. gff, ,J-. K x if N ,Q-.,., A9 5 - nfvvxqz -' ,r A - I s MJ., v I l g, . N- X" milf.-:NX , .-M ,C N Q. x x '33 n "' ' Sl' KX' Q , x i V-5:2 15 A Q, 1 x x .. W W r 'ar pi A-an .f- ,. 9 .gm S, V! xi. - , i y . 3 I 5 F x Kimber, John H., 332, 425 STUDENT INDEX-Coniinued Johnson, David P., 453 Johnson, Donald A., 397 Johnson, Donald 8., 453 Johnson, Donald L., 425 Johnson, George C., 453 Johnson, Herman W., Jr., 397 Johnson, lvan E.. 253,250,464 Johnson, James K., 398 Johnson, Jerry L., 453 Johnson, Johnny M., 425 Johnson, Joseph H., 453 Johnson, Julius J.. Jr.. 398 Johnson, Larry L., 468 Johnson, Larry W., 436 Johnson, Leslie M., 453 Johnson, Louis M., 436 Johnson. Michael T., 329. 436 Johnson, Neil C., 293, 357. 398 Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson. Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson. Johnsion Johnsron, , John H., Jr., 436 Johnslon, Johnsion, Johnslon Kaminski. Joseph A., 398 Kan, Chuan L., 468 Kane, Sheldon E., 398 Kanze. James A., 453 Kaplan, Marlin S.. 28l, 436 Kappa Alpha. 308-3lI Kappa Kappa Psi, 27I Kappa Sigma, 3I2-3I5 Karchrner. Howard B., 325,425 Karlip, Ellioii, 453 Kaspar, Raymond J.. 436 Kasper, Rolf G.. 469 Kaufman, Roberl M., 436 Kay. James J., 398 Kays, Dale B., 303, 453 Kearns, Gilberl P., 436 Keck, Alan J., 453 Keene, William L., 453 Keife, Glenn C.. 453 Keisier, George P., Jr., 373.453 Keifh, Paul S., 425 Nolan L.. 436 Philip T., 453 Ralph B., 425 Roberi J., Jr., 453 Roberi L., 453 Roberl' W., Jr., 425 Srephen W., 453 Thomas A., 436 Thomas B., 436 Tony M., 342, 425 William M., 453 Burleigh C.. 425 Chrisiopher 436 Lucius M.. 453 Samuel M., 297. 453 Joiner, Jimmy N., 398 Jones, Alyn R., 436 Jones, Billy E.. 436 Jones, Charles, 453 Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Kelley , George B., lll, 453 Kelley, Larry C., 293 Kelley, Philip D., 469 Kelley, Srephen W., I97, 436 Kelley, Waller G., 425 Kellman, Gary l., 469 Kelly, Daniel A., Jr., 436 Kelly, Eugene, Jr., 320. 398 Kelly, Frank D., 453 Kelly, James M.. 398 Kelly, John G., 453 Kelly, William M., 425 Kelm, Kelma Kelma Kemp, Charles H., 436 n, Paul B., 277, 325. 398 n, Thomas C., 436 William M., 436 Kendrick, John C., 436 Kendrick, Lynn A.. 453 Kenne Kenne dy, Frank W., 398 dy. Roberr B.. 453 Daniel L., 425 Dennis E., 468 Donald K., 453 George M., 398 Jack G.. Jr., 320, 398 James T., 453 Julius P.. 453 Kennelh L., 453 Jones, Lawrence L., 398 Jones. Lawrence R., 453 Jones, Linda D., 453 Jones, Mildred L.. 436 Kenney, Charles H., I82 Kenney, Roberl N., 436 Kenl, Richard T., 3l6. 453 Keown, Wm. L., 453 Kepharr, George O., Jr., 425 Keramos, 272 Kerr, Charles D., 309, 454 Kessler, Kenneih V., 436 Kessler, Richard C.. 425 Kefrer, Francis C.. 340. 454 KeHle, Charles E.. 373, 454 Kelis, Bruce L., 436 Key, Gary L., 436 Jones, Oliver H., Jr., 364. 436 Jones, Ralph L.. 425 Jones, Randolph D., 436 Jones. Roberl E., 453 Jones, Roloerl L., 453 Jones, Roberl M., 453 Jones. Roland S., lll, 357.453 Jones. Roy M., 398 Jones, Samuel C., 425 Jones. Samuel F., 453 Jones. Slephen H., 436 Jones, Srephen L.. Jr., 453 Jones, Warren R., Jr., 453 Jonsson, Peler G.,-136 Jordan, James H., 453 Jordan, Lewis H.. 398 Jordan, Rober+ A., 398 Jordan. Terry J., 453 Jory, Frederick A.. 453 Jouanef, Philippe G., 398 Juban, Joseph E., 357,453 Judy, Murray S., 453 Juniors, 420-429 Juskus, Roberl W., 436 Juslen, John J., 436 Jusfice, Lawrence E.. 425 Jusfus, Ralph H.. 36l. 453 Juzi, Rolf D., 357, 468 Kadala. Philip S., 453 Kahler, Richard J.. 453 Kalb. Joel T., 425 Kalfer, John K.. 373.453 Kamel, Fouad Y.. 468 Kamen. Edward W., 398 Keys. John H., 309, 436 Khoury. Roberl' K., 454 Kian, Aryoush, 469 Kiappes, John L., 454 Kickliqhrer, Haven L.. I64, 398 Kicklighler. Samuel E., 398 Kilby, Siephen W., I79 Killimeir, Palrick T., l 79, 454 Kilpalrick, Henry E., 454 Kilpairick, John W., 425 Kiliie, James H., I64 Kimbrell, George D.. 436 Kimmel, James P.. 398 Kinard. William D.. l64 Kincaid, Michael G., 436 Kincey, Carl N., 454 Kincy. William P., 425 King, King, King. King, King. King, Carl F., 398 Hardy J., Jr., 454 Herman M., 454 Richard G., 454 Ronald E., I89 Thomas B., 368, 425 Kinner, Ronald R., 425 Kinsaul, Raymond L., Jr.. 454 Kinsman, James H.. 454 Kirby, Thomas R.. 436 Kirk, James J.. 454 Kirkindall, Arlhur S.. 307. 425 Kirkland, Edward F.. 346.436 Kirkpalrick, John W., 425 Kirpafrick, Roberi' G., 454 Kirlon, Woodrow W.. Jr.. 454 Kirrz. Jerome M., 454 Kisida, Kennelh S., 342. 454 Kifchens, Alberl' H., 436 Kilchens, Fred J., 469 Kile, Kennelh M., 436 Kiison. James E.. 398 Kleban, Michael A., 28l Klein, Kenneih M., 28l Klocke. John l., 320,454 Klosky, Simon P., 293 Kluliz, Michael K., 454 Knerr, Wm. M.. 398 Kniqhl, James G., 436 Knighr, James H., 425 Knighr, James P., 454 Knighf, John W., 454 Knighl, Jon M., 425 Knighl, Michael S., 297 Knighr, Richard B., Jr., 320, 454 Knoll, Charles W., 454 KnoH', Randy A., 436 Koch, William R., 398 Koelemay. James M., Jr., 376, 454 Koenig, Jerry W., 336 Kohl, Andrew. 329. 398 Kolpin. George A.. 342. 398 Konlino, David, 425 Koon, Norman C., 469 Koralek. Craig S., 28l Korneqay, Terry C.. 454 Koseme. 254 Koslak, Chesfer C., 454 Kossman, Charles R.. 398 Kramarz, Luis. 454 Krebs, Richard l., 28I, 425 Krefeh, Frederick A.. 28l Kreiss, Richard P., 399 Kriengsiri, Sufhal, 469 Kuan, Ricardo, 399 Kucic, Joseph R., 454 Kuhn. Ulysses S. G.. 425 Labbe, Roberr J., 399 Lackey. Richard A., 436 Lacle, Bruce W., 425 Lacorle, Frank G., 454 Lacour, Joseph A., lll. 454 Ladd, David F.. 425 Ladd, William D., 425 Lafaye, Wm. L., Jr.. 309 Laffille, David S.. 309, 436 Lagana. John E., l64 Lamb. David C.. 436 Lamb, Wm. F.. 454 Lambda Chi Alpha, 3I6-3l9 Lamberl, Chesler L., 454 Lambert Harold J., 399 Lamberi, James A., 425 Lambert John J.. Jr., 454 Lamorhe, Richard S., 336. 425 Landers, James C.. 399 Landers, Thomas B.. 425 Landis, Kerry W., 28I. 436 Landrum, Earnesi T.. Jr.. 454 Lane. Eric F.. 454 Lane, Gerald K.. 436 Lane. William E., 436 Laney. David B., 399 Lang, Henry C.. 436 Langdon. Wm. H., 425 Langford, Richard G.. 454 Langford, Thomas F.. Jr., 454 Langhans, Vicior E.. 399 Langille, Douglas B., 469 Langley, John B., ll. 425 Langslon, Gregory O.. 454 Lanqslonf Laurie S., 436 Lankford. Ronald S.. 288 Lannes, Roman M.. 425 Lansford, Lawrence R.. 425 Laporie, Paul W., 399 Laporle, Roger E., 425 Lappos. Nicholas C., 303, 454 Larizza. Frank J., 425 Larkin, James A.. 3 I6. 399 Larson, Werner L.. Jr.. 425 Lasher, John C., 425 Laskey. James D.. 399 Lasserer, Thomas J., 425 Larham. John V.. 399 ATLANTA SAND 8: SUPPLY C0. Established I 903 ROLLO WASHED SAND 60 5 Forsyth Bldg. 5 2 2-3 3 0 2 Atlanta, Ga. EBCAP SUPPLY COMANY Wholesale Distributors-Kohler Of Kohler Plumbing Fixtures ATLANTA CHAMBLEE FOREST PARK SMYRNA ATLANTA TEXTILE MACHINERY, INC. STEEL ROLL SPECIALISTS GENERAL REPAIRS AND PARTS 598 Means St., N.W. Tel. TR. 6-4877 A. PIERCE ROBERT, Pres.-Treas. B. MATHIS, Vice-Pres. ABCO BUILDERS, INC. I GENERAL CONTRACTORS 90 Rogers St., N.E. 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' Inorpr SPROCKEIS to ROCKEIS - Ihey all SIal'I from I RINT IN EQUIPMENT and PROCESSING TO FULFILL II TIA I I P III: I I Id T A Tracing Papers an-Pa Tapes TYP AC- R HOTOGRAHY STUDENT INDEX--Confinued Lalhem, Thomas S., 454 Larimer, Douglas A., 436 Laiourelie, Donald A., 436 Laurens, Roberi' S., 399 Lavallee, Charles R., 399 Law, James M., 436 Law, Siberl K., 436 Lawler, John C.. 436 Lawley, George B., 357,425 Lawrence, Charles E., 436 Lawrence, Charles O., 436 Lawrence, Henry E., 281,454 Lawson, Rober-1' E., 307, 399 Laxso Laye. n, Charles D., 399 James M., Jr., 454 Leaders, Melvin C., 436 Leaders, Ronald R., 469 Leake, James D., 464, 399 Leake, Rober1'K.,436 Lealherwood, Terry W., 436 Leavell, Kennelh H., 399 Lecroy, David B., 179. 454 Lecroy, Edwin P., 368, 251, 400 Lediord, Thomas G.. 425 Lee, Carlion E., 400 Lee, George H., 436 Lee. Hsiao P., 425 Lee. John L., Jr., 357 Lee, Kwon Y., 454 Leeds, Roberl J., 454 Leegale. Gary C., 436 Leiever, Roy A.. 297, 400 Lefleur, Lance R.. 285, 436 Legg, Alan W., 436 Leguizamon, Sergio l., 400 Lemk e. Riller E., 454 Lenard, Joseph A., 436 Lennox, David A., 400 Lensch, Darrell C.. 400 Leniz, Rober1'T., 297, 425 Lenlzsch, Craig R., 303. 454 Lenz, Russell W., 436 Leow, Richard E., 454 Leslie, Thomas C., 320,425 Lesfer, Richard M., 454 Lesfer, Siephen P., 328, 436 Lesueur, Julian E., Jr.. 309. 436 Leuschner, Roberi J., 364,454 Levack, Daniel J. H., 373,400 Lever, Ben R., Il1,425 Levereir, Phillip H., 436 Levine, Charles S., 281 Levin Levy, Lewe e, Philip 1., 469 Michael, 373, 436 rs, George E., 436 Lewis, Charles H., 400 Lewis , Daniel W., 425 Lewis, Herberl R., 454 Lewis, James W., 436 Lewis Lewis Lewis Lewis , Kennelh J., 293, 425 ,Marvin D., 425 ,Thomas M., 425 ,Waller H., 332, 436 Lewil, Ellen H., 454 Li, Cheuk W., 454 Libman, Dave E., 436 Lignugaris, Roger W., 376 Liipferi, James C., 320, 454 Liles, Dennis R., 336. 425 Lin, Chi W., 469 Lindenberg, Richard E., 298 Lindgren, Edgar F., 454 Lindler. Billy F., 436 Lindley, Roberi R., 332,454 Lindsey, Warren M.. 436 Lindsey. Wm. W., 454 Lindsley, Charles S., 454 Link, Link. Frederick E., 361 Thomas D., 425 Linsky, Michael A., 277, 281, 400 Lipperl, Lawrence D., 437 Lippke, Paul L., 316. 425 Lips. Lips. Lilsin David A., 454 Harold 1.. 437 ger, Carl S.. 425 Liifle, Harry R., 469 Lilnlle, Henry W., Jr.. 454 Lilile, James S., Jr., 425 Lilrle, Siephen M., 454 Lifllefield, Wesley G., 400 Liilleiohn, Charles B.. 400 Liilleiohn, Norman H.. 425 Livermore, Russell B., 373, 454 Livingslon, Ronald G., 425 Loadholl, Jay T., 437 Locke, Charles R., 454 Locke, Freddie J., 437 Lockwood, Richard C., 469 Loelfel, Samuel F., 298 Loeser, Cary A., 454 Lofback, Kendrick E., 303, 454 Logan, Charles F., 425 Logan, Michael, 425 Loia, Michael A., 454 Long, Charlie T., Jr., 425 Long, James A.. Jr., 437 Long, John F., 400 Long, Louis B., 469 Longworlh, Ernesl' E., 437 Lopez. Carlos R., 425 Lord, Roberl L., 400 Losaw, Roberi' N., 376 Losson, Thomas R., 400 Loii, Roberl D., 454 Loll. John W., 400 Loulzenheiser, Roy C., 469 Love. Danny L., 437 Love, John R., 437 Love, Kenneih B.. 309,437 Love, Larry D., 425 Loveless, John K., 336 Low, Frank D., 454 Low. Kirk H.. Jr., 346. 454 Lowe, Cabell L., 400 Lowe, Carole L., 437 Lowe, John A., 425 Lowe, Max A., 454 Lowe, Roberl P., 401 Lowman, Wm. M., 401 Lubkowiiz, Axel W., 469 Luck, James K., lll, 179, 454 Ludwig, Wm. C.. 425 Lue. Richard, 454 Luedike, Arihur, Jr., 469 Luedfke, Ronald 1... 401 Lukal, Roberl N., 437 Lumb, Jonalhan R., 361 Lumia, James S., 437 Lumpkin, John F., 401 Lumpkin, William C., 437 Lund, Jerry S., 437 Lundqren, Roberi R., 454 Lundy, Richard M., 454 Lung, David, 346, 437 Lunsford, Ernesl K., 437 Lunsford, Joseph H., 454 Luiheran Siudeni' Associalion. 246-249 Luiz, Harry S., 401 Luiz, James L., 454 Luiz, Michael J., 312 Luiz, Terry L., 373, 425 Lyle, Alfred E.. 437 Lyle. James A., 401 Lyman, Viclor, 469 Lynberg, Thomas M., 454 Lynch, Michael A., 312,454 Lynn, Jeffrey W., 351,437 Lynn, Linda M., 437 Lyons. James E., 368 Lyons, John J., 437 Lyille, Thomas P., 437 Mabry, Thomas 1-1., 455 Macaluso. Peler N.. 402 MacFarland. Sieven A., 332,455 MacFarlane, Marshall, 288, 437 MacGregor, Roberl' B., 401 Machlollf, John W., 455 Mack, Douglas A., 437 Mack, Gregory J., 455 Mackay, Renny H., 455 Macke, Elmer J., 437 Mackinder, James C., 455 MacKinnon, Richard D., 455 Mackle, Roberi' F., 402 MacLean. James R., 401 Macon. Randall, 426 MacPhee, Carl O., 329,437 Madden, John F., 455 Maddox, Roberl' W., 426 Maddux, David C., 164. 402 Madeira, Edward K., 426 Madenfrosf, Abraham H.. 455 Madonia, Frank, 455 Mafielf, Michael E., 336,426 Magee, Waller B., 455 Magruder, David W.. 455 Maguire, John T., 437 Mahalflee, Charles R., 437 Mahaley, Roberl L., 455 Malkolf, Alan R., 281, 437 Maloney, Dwighl' K., 297, 455 Mande, Paul R., 437 Mandell, John H.. 297, 437 Mangin, Alberl M., 340,426 Manley, Millon K., 437 Manna, John J., 437 Manning, Charles B., Jr., 455 Manning, Jeanneile C., 455 Manning, William A., Jr., 402 Manuel, Franklin J., Jr.. 455 March. Donald F., 402 Mareil, Jack R., 402 Marks, Gordon E., 402 Marks, James W., 455 Marling, John B., 251,402 Marling, Lynwood B., 251,402 Marlow, Randall H.. 364, 455 Marques, Luis R., 437 Marroquin, Guillermo, 469 Marschall, Thomas R., 328 Marshall, David A., 455 Marshall, Joseph D.. 402 Marshall, Thomas O.. 342,455 Marshall. William 1-1., 342 Mariel, Carlos, Jr., 402 Marielloiio. Joseph A., 402 Marlin, Marlin, Marlin Marlin Charles R., 437 Daniel P., 426 Douglas T.. 369 Gene l.. Jr., 426 Marlin, James T., 437 Mariin, John H., 437 Marlin, Jonaihan K., 437 Marlin, Kennelh R., 426 Marlin, Rand D.. 426 Marlin, Roberl' C., 426 Marlin Marlin Marlin Roberl D., 437 Roberr R., Jr., 402 Ronald L., 402 Marlin, William L., 455 Marlinson, Wm. R., 437 Maris, Eric A., 285 Marlz, Benny L., 426 Marxsen, Wm. B.. 455 Mashburn, Delmar L., 328, 437 Mason, Charles W., I64 Mason, David P., 426 Mason, Ralph W., 426 Mason, Richard D.. Jr., 455 Massey, Donald G., 469 Massey. James N., Jr., 402 Massey, Michael W., 437 Maslers. Johnny W., 402 Malhemaiics, 146, 147 Mafheson, Fred D., 437 Malhews, James B., 469 Maihews, Joe P., 402 Malhews, John F.. 455 Malhews, Larry K., 455 Maihis. Malhis, Maihis. Maihis Malhis Charles A.. Jr.. 402 James E., 437 James E., 455 Kennelh E., 437 William J., 111, 402 Mamali. Harold M.. Jr., 325, 455 Maison, Charles C., 437 Malihews. Pierce Y., Jr., 469 Maifhews, Samuel C., 368. 402 Maughon, James H., 426 Mauldin, Gary E.. 437 Maxey, Jeffery L.. 426 Maxham, William D., 426 Maxwell, James E., 426 3.4. .. ,.:. , . 04.5 A ,, C 5 1' WE W W Q' VX' ,P 1 ,.1 Alsgu fig, nf' Tecbmen depend on - - - ENGINEERS BOOK STORE for TEXTBOOKS KNEW AND USEDJ OUTLINES AND STUDY GUIDES SWEATSHIRTS AND SOUVENIRS DRAWING INSTRUMENTS AND SUPPLIES PT UNIFORMS AND T-SHIRTS WE BUY ALL TEXTBOOKS OF ANY VALUE, ANYTIME ENGINEER'S BOOK STORE 252 North Avenue, N.W.-right across from the campus A "We appreciate your business" STUDENT INDEX-Conlinuecl May, Frederick G., 28l, 455 May, Gerald W.. 469 May, Paul A., 36l, l97, 402 May, Ronald H., 364,455 Maye. Peler R., 402 Mayer, Ronald C., 469 Mayes. James J., 455 Maynard, Gregory E., 437 Maynard, Herman B., Jr.. 297, 426 Mayo, William T., 469 Mayson. Bobby F., 285. 455 McAuliffe, Gary H., 3l2 McBrayer. Edwin E., 4-Ol McBride, Wm. K., 309, 455 McCall, Larry E., 437 McCall, Roberl J., 425 McCall, Rudolph R., 40l McCammish, Douglas W., 40l McCanls, Alan L., 40l McCarlhy, John M., 425 McCarlney, Paul J., 437 McClain, Gary M.. 340, 437 McClain, Howard E., 40l McClinloclc. Douglas J.. 455 McCloskey, Joseph P.. 425 McCloskey, Michael B., 455 McCloskey, Michael H.. 425 McClung, Ronald D., 425 McClure, John M., 437 McCollum, Thomas B., 425 McComb, Donald M., 425 McConnell, Roberl P., 455 McCoolr, Allen W., 437 McCord, Eugene L., 437 McCord, James D., 455 McCoy. Donald E., 40l McCoy, Reagan S., 346 McCranie, Gerald E., 455 McCranie, Slephen C., 3l6, 425 Mclnnis, Bruce J., 455 Mcln'l'ire, Bruce F., 455 Mclnvale, Gerald D., 40l McKay, Paul E., 455 McKee, Mark B., 40l Mclfeever. Daniel A., Jr., 455 McKenna. Donald P.. 455 McKenzie, William D., 402 Mcllibben, Jerry C., 455 Mclfie, Jimmy G.. 455 McKie, John P., 455 McKinney, Charles D., 426 McKinney. Charles G.. 437 McKinney. Waller C., 402 McKinnon, Roberl' H., 288,437 McKinnon, Tim H., 303,455 McLean, John C., 455 McLean, Michael J., 288, 426 McLellan, Charles, 309 McLelland. Wm. D., 469 McLendon. Sleve A., 437 McLeod, Beniamin F.. 455 McLeod. Thomas W., Jr., 455 McMahon, Michael G.. 455 McMahon, Palrick F., 402 McManus, Adrian C.. lll, 340, 4-02 McManus. Joel R., 455 McManus. Michael J.. 357, 455 McMillian, Roberl' S., 402 McMuIlan, James B., 437 McMullen. James C.. 357 McMurray, Bruce K., 357, 426 McNa'll, Terry G., 437 McNair, Thomas O., 455 McNeal, Richard E., 437 McNeel, William R., 437 Mierl Milclce schin. Gary N., 403 lsen. Scoll A., 403 Milcler, William P.. 456 Milam, Jesse R., lll, 456 Milho us. Madison N., 403 Miller, Bruce M.. 328, 403 Miller, Charles K., Jr., 437 Miller, Charley H., 426 Miller, Edmond D., 403 Miller, Eric D., 403 Miller, Franlc J., 426 Miller, Guy R., 36l, 456 Miller, James M., 456 Miller, Jerry L., 403 Miller, John H., 456 Miller, John K., 456 Miller, Larry G., 403 Miller, Rayforcl L., 437 Miller, Ross F., 36l Miller, Slephen B., 437 Miller, Terry A., 426 Miller, Terry W., 456 Miller, Thomas M., 470 Miller, Wayne J., 426 Miller, William C., 426 Miller, William M., 403 Millhollan, Michael S., 426 Millholland. Randal L., 456 Milligan, George T., 403 Mills, Cooper N., 426 Mills, John J., 437 Mills, John M., 4-03 Mills. Mills, Mills. Michael T., 426 Phillip H., 303. 456 Terry, lll, 456 McNeely, John B., 352 McNew, Palriclc A., 437 McPherson, Dwighl' A., 469 McPherson, James L., 455 McPherson, Roy l., 455 McRae, John R., 357 McVicar, Roberl W., Jr., 469 Milol, Michael E., 426 Milron, Bernard G.. 437 Mimberg, Hanns J., 456 Mims, William C.. 373, 437 Mingledorif. George H., 403 Minnich. Sleven C.. 307, 456 Minor, Richard G.. 404 Mische, Gary D., l94, 437 McCrary McCrary McCrory McCully, . John S., 437 , Thomas A., 464 McCrory, , Roderick J., 426 Harry B., 3l6, 426 Roberf T., 455 McCufchen, George T., 309, 40l McDaniel, Arlhur L., 40l McDaniel, George T., 40l McDaniel, William R., 40l McDermol"l. Donald G., 357, 426 McDonald, Bruce J., 36l, 40l McDonald McDonald, James M., 455 McDonald McDonald , Roberl H., 426 , Roberf J., 437 McDonald, Roland B.. 455 ,Sfephen K., 455 McDonell. Harold W., 40l McDonough, Slephen M., 342, 455 McDougall, David S., 455 McElroy, Clark l-l., Jr., 455 McElroy, David R.. Jr., 469 McElroy, Miller T., 455 McElveen, Leon F., 426 McEuen, Michael S., 40l McEver, Harold B., 25l, 40l McEwen, Neal W., 455 McFalls, Robert A., 3l6 McFarland. Gary L., 437 McFarland. Roberi C., 40l McFarlane, Graham S., 437 McGahee, George S., 437 McGahee, Harvey W., Jr., 40l McGahee, John J.. 437 McGarr. Roger W., 426 McWhirler, Rodney P.. 437 McWhorler. Roberl W., 437 Mead, Howard W.. 288 Mead. Roberl F., 455 Means, Dennis P., 455 Mears, Michael L., I94 Mechanical Engineering, I44, l45 Medori, Sleven M., 455 Mee, William W.. 426 Meelc, Del K., 455 Meelc, Paul W.. 455 Meinerf, Kerwin K., 303 Meisner, Laurence J., 455 Melhorn, Frederick A., 402 Mellon. Roberl N.. 320. 455 Melvin, Lamar C,, l64 Menasche, Camilo M., 437 Mendenhall, Geoffrey, 297, 437 Menendez, George A., 402 Mengers, Gary D.. 455 Menhorn, Harry G., 426 Menlce, Sleven C., 36l Mercer. Hugh W., Jr.. 455 Meredifh, Elizabelh J.. 278, 455 Meredilh, John S., 346, 456 Mereclilh, William C.. 469 Merovich, Andrew T., 456 Merriman, James R., 437 Merriman, Thomas C., 456 Merz, George R., 456 Merz, Gregory S., 456 Messner, George U.. 456 Mefcalf, Slephen F., 456 Mis+re++ Mirchell a, Freddie A.. 373, 438 , Chrislopher, l79 Mifchell, Eugenra A., 456 Mifchell, Franklin L., 438 Milchell, George T., Jr., 352 Milchell, John L., 426 Milchell, Marvin G., 404 Milchell, Michael B.. 426 Milchell, Richard J., 438 Milchell, Roberl B., 357 Milchell, Slephen M.. 470 Meyer McGarri+y, Richard H., 40l McGeachie, Andrew B., 455 McGee. Earl A., 298. 455 McGee, James L., 426 McGhee. Bryan W., 40l Meyer, Carl M., 456 Meyer, Edward C., 402 Meyer, Hugh A., lll, 426 Meyer, James E., 36l. 426 , Sfephen L.. 456 McGhee. Joseph F., 455 McGill. Thomas O.. 437 McGinly, William W., 426 McGough, James D., 4-55 McGowan, Douglas E., 4Ol McGrafh, Kennelh M., 437 McGruddy, James, 426 McGuire, Jacob E., 346 Meyerplale, lngolf A., 470 Meyers, James V., 368, 456 Michalec, Sleven J., Jr., 456 Michelen, Jose A., 403 Middlebroolrs, Jack S., I64, 403 Middlebroolcs, Percy B., 456 Middlebroolcs, Ronald, 403 Middlelon. Joseph, Jr., 403 Mill, Toomas. 404 Moals, Edwin W., 456 Mobley, David H., 404 Mobley, Thomas H.. 404 Modern Languages, l43 Moflill: Michael F., Jr., 456 Moffill. Todd E., 456 Mohaiery. Mahmood, 470 Molina, Arluro R., 456 Molloy, Clyde P., 3l6, 456 Moncla, Srephen W., 368. 438 Moncrief. Terry P., 426 Moncrief, William A., 438 Moncus, Jerry W., 426 Monforr, Clarence E., 426 Monforf. Richard D., 438 Monlc, Douglas R., 426 Monnol, Charles L., l98, 336,404 Monlague, Roger W., 426 Monlqomery, Cecil G., 470 Monlgomery, Joseph B.. 404 Monlgomery. Michael J., 438 Monlgomery, Sleven C., 456 Monloro, Don R., 373,456 Moody, David A., 307, 404 Moody. Samuel H., 364, 456 Moon, Terry W., 438 Mooney, Richard M., 364,456 Mooney, Thomas J., 277. 342. 404 Moore, Moore. Moore, Moore, Charles T., 438 Dennis F., 456 Douglas M., 456 Gary L., 438 Moore, James R., Jr., 456 Moore, James S., 456 lf . 'api wi I ' I' , vi! -I , .4 6 1 Nc " RL Q. -, si' ' ' ,gi J' 350 '31 ff Q' gg, I J, 52 I , .1 I es, 1 f 1 W msg. 94 'Wan W .-,N A ' "ww-.:.:,, 4 W .. -Iii 355.3-,x 4' :,1 Yonws . . , RECREATICN PARLQR Where Gentlemen Meet "We d0n'zt sell all the cars, but we sell th e besf' CAPITAL AUTOMOBILE Sandwiches-Lunches-Short Orders C 0 M P A N Y BILUARDS ELWYN TOMLINSON, President 89 Pryor St., N. E. JA, 4-9765 W. Peachtree Street Opposite Biltmore Hotel RALPH CAN NON Specialized Service 251 Techwood Drive, N.W. ATLANTA Phone 522-2786 or 688-0711 ENGRAVED INVITATIONS VISITING CARDS STATIONERY J. P. STEVENS ENGRAVING COMPANY 117 Peachtree St., N.E. ATLANTA 511 Moseley, STUDENT INDEX-Coniinuecl Moore. Moore, Moore, Moore, John VV., 426 Michael J., 426 Michael R., 456 Richard P.. 456 Moore, Roberi C., 404 Moore, Roberl E., 426 Moore, Roloeri G.. Jr., 456 Moore, Roger F., 456 Moore, T. L., Jr., 404 Moore, Terry L., 456 Moore, Terry S., 470 Moore. Moore. Moore, Thomas H., 470 William W., Jr.. 456 Wm. B., lll, 456 Moorehead, William S., 456 Moorer, Moran, Moran, Moran, Wm. D., l64 Gerald B., 456 Michael T., 342, 426 Roberl' E., 438 Moreion, David H., 426 Morgan Morgan Morgan , James W., 456 , Paul W., 456 ,Thomas W., 470 Moriarfy, Pairick L., 404 Morr, Michael P., 456 Morrell, Morrill, Michael P., 357, 456 James D., 328 Morris, Arrhur B., 426 Morris, Charles B., Jr., 404 Morris, Charles F., 470 Morris, George E., 426 Morris, Herberf D., 426 Morris, Jon M., 426 Morris, Joseph A., 438 Morris, Judy C., 277,278 Morris, Paul E., 456 Morris, Roberl' E., 464 Morris, Roy D.. 456 Morrison, Bernard B., 456 Morrison, John L., 456 Morrison. Rex A., 438 Morrison, Roberl' G., Jr., 438 Morrison , Roberr M., 438 Morrison, William L., 320. 404 Morlon, Walier W., 426 Moseley, James L., 438 Moseley. John T., 470 Moseley, Joseph F.. 438 Moseley, Larry S., I89. 404 Lewis, Jr., 426 Mussalli, Yusuf G., 470 Musselman. Charles W., 3l6 Myddelion, William S., 426 Myers, Don M., 426 Myers, Joel N.. 376, 405 Myers, Joseph P., 456 Myers, Raymond E., 405 Myers, Roger W., 438 Myler, Dennis D., 456 Nalls, Roger L., 456 Nance, Donald A., 438 Nance, Roberl' S., 307, 405 Napier, Roberi W.. 438 Naranqo, Leroy M.. Jr., 346 Narrie, Sfephen W., 456 Nash, Harald R., 456 Nafion, Floyd R., 426 Neal, Gregory Y., 456 Neal, Richard O., 405 Needle, William H., 405 Neel, James T., 36I Neeley. Pairick L., 470 Negro, James E., 368, 426 Neighbors, James D., 470 Nelder, Nelson Nelson Nelson Nelson Nelson Alan L.. 456 Charles W., 309 ,James W., 329 Kirby G., 36l, 456 Kuri S., 456 Randall H., 456 O'Dowd, William M.. Jr., 457 Oenbrink, Roberl' M., I79 Oesier, Alan E., 3l6, 457 Ogburn, John L., Jr., 35l, 405 Oqlesby, George B., 405 Oglesby, John N., 457 . Oqleiree, Ronald K., 208. 309, 427 O'Gorman, James A., 340,405 Ohlinger, Wayne L., 405 Olivares. Ariel, 438 Olivenf, William P.,-1-O5 Oliver, James L., ll, 208, 405 Olliff, Norman W.. 406 Olmsiead. Bruce R., 406 Olson, Clyde A..-106 Olson, Larry S., 457 Omer, Daniel T., 3l6, 438 Omicron Della Kappa, 253 O'Neal, Wm. E.. 457 Oppenheim, Philip L., 457 O'Ouinn, Charles F., 406 Orr, Charles M., 293 Orr, James K., 457 Orr, Sara D., 457 Oriega, Humberio J., 470 Orwiq, Kenneih R., Jr., 457 O'Shea, Timoihy J., 427 O'Sheasy, Michael T., 457 Osmundsen, John C., 357. 457 Ossenberg, William K.. 288, 457 Osrean, Joseph E., 406 Oronicar, Richard F., 406 Moses, Harry P., 288 Moshell, Jack M., 426 Moskow. Samuel M.. 325, 438 Moskowifz, Gerald, 404 Moss, Danny H., 438 Moss. Michael D., 456 Moie, Roger G., 456 Moullrie, Jimmy R., 297 Mowrey, Samuel L., 364 Mowry, Leland B.. 426 Moye, John W., 456 Moylan, Roberr R., l89, 405 Mozley, Donald C., 456 Mozley, Kennerh R., 438 Muecke, Mark E., I79, 456 Mueller. Heinz J., 405 Muench, John M., 470 Mugg, Kennefh E., 426 Mulderig, John J., I94, 405 Mull, Dan E., 456 Muller, James C., 405 Mullis, Horace F., 438 Mumford, Galin E., I64 Mumford, Michael L., 342, 456 Munford, Dillard, Jr., 405 Nesmiih, Harvey M., 426 Neiherland. Joseph H., 36I Neuhaus, Charles B., 438 Neverqold, James M., 438 New, Wayne C., l79, 456 Newell, Michael J., 426 Newiield, Sieven J., 325. 426 Newkirk, Roy J., Jr., 405 Newman, Franklin P., Jr., 438 Newman, Lewis A., Jr., 405 Newsham, Roberi S.. Jr., 285.438 Newsome, James L., 426 Newion, John R., 456 Newfon, William A., 438 Ney, William J., 438 Nilolack, Carllon W., 456 Nichols, Charles P., 277, 35l, 405 Nichols, David J., 438 Nicholson, Bruce G., 438 Nickerson, Donald, 438 Niehuss, Orian S., Jr., 405 Nineslrein. Trenholm M., 438 Niswander, James K.. 456 Nix, Franklin R., 255 Nix, Jack P., Jr., 438 Nix, John Belloi, Jr., 426 Nix, John M., 456 Nixon, William J., 405 Noell, William C., 297 Noensie. lklas, 405 Naggle, Donnie L., IB9, 405 Nolie, Bruce W., 426 Nonaka, Denis N., 405 Nordin, Randy A., 28l. 438 Norgard, Gary C., 456 OH. Edward S., 457 Ouiland, John H., 254, 253, 25l, 406 Ourman, James B.. 406 Ouzls, Wilmol' B., 457 Oversireer, Edward K., 457 Overion, Gerald L., 346, 457 Overion, Roberi' S., 427 Overion, Russell G., 364, 438 Owen, Glenn M., 457 Owen, Jerome K.. 427 Owen, Jerry L., 457 Owen, Richard S., 457 Owen. Roy H., 277. 357. 255. 427 Owens, James N., 303, 457 Owens, John E., 438 Owens, Richard L., 332 Oxenham, James P.. 406 Oxford, John W., lll. 457 Oxford, Roger C., 457 Paarz, Roberr E., 457 Pabsf, Beniamin H., Ill, 457 Paceiii, Richard C., 285 Padulo. Kaiharine A.S., 406 Page, Sfanley T., 457 Painier, Paul W., Jr., 277,352,406 Palewicz, John A., 457 Palmafier, George E., 427 Palmer, Lawrence D., 457 Palrnisano, Peier J., 357 Pansey, Roy H., 273, 406 Papageorge, Thomas E., 406 Pape, Thomas W., 457 Parham, Willie C., 352 Park, Richard E., 265, 406 Norman, David A., 427 Norman Norman Norman Norman Norman , Larry J., 4-05 , Michael L., 405 , Sherrill W., 427 , Sieven A., 438 ,William H., lll. 438 Norris, Charles V., 297 Norris, Harold B., 373, 457 Norih, Fosier D., 352,438 Norion, Roberl B., 405 Nuclear En ineerin I4B Park, Theo A.. Jr., 457 Park, Thomas A., 297 Parker, Alfred W., 457 Parker, Derrell A., 457 Parker, Grady F., 303 Parker, Jim H., 406 Parker Parker , Kennefh L., 427 , Rhoderick A., 329,406 Parks, John S., 328, 457 Parmelee, Charles R., 427 Parmer, Kennefh R., 457 Murphy Murphy Murphy Murphy Murphy Murphy , John M., 438 , Kenneih W., 364, 405 , Lamar H., Jr., 426 , Michael D.. 426 , Michael E., 438 , Roberl O., 405 Murphy, Timofhy R., 346 Murray, Murray. Murray, Alan W., 4-38 Edward L., 426 Michael A., 438 Muse, Norris R., 426 Mushinsky, Harold. 426 9 gl Nungesser, Philip W., 405 Nunnally, Huey N., 470 Nuse. Jeffrey B., 342. 457 Nuiiall, James B., 427 O'Brien, Sherman D.. 328. 457 O'Connell, William L., 457 O'Connor, Edward F., Jr., 3l2 O'Connor, Thomas J., 438 Odom, Eugene C., 438 O'Donnell, John J., 457 O'Donnell, Roberl' F.. 364, 438 Parris, Thomas L., 457 Parrish, Charles M., 288 Parrish, Joseph P., 352, 457 Parrish, Rober+ A., 457 Parsons, Charles A., 427 Parsons, James M., 307 Pariin, John G., l82, 427 Pariin, Leroy M., 427 Parlin, Rolaerf L., 457 Parlridqe, James H., 257, 269, 406 Pass, Edgar M., 470 Paszkiewicz, Sfanley, 457 MEICDOUGALD CONST. CO. Heavy Construction o EXPRESSWAYS, RAILWAYS, BRIDGES, GRADING 81 PAVING 0 Northside Drive ATLANTA, GEORGIA KQZZQMB Dispensing Opticians Jil. chew? I05 Peachtree Street, N.E. W. W. ORR DOCTOR,S BUILDING BAPTIST PROFESSIONAL BUILDING SHEFFIELD MEMORIAL BUILDING STUDENT INDEX-Confinued Paichin, Richard M., 268, 427 Pale, James B., 364 Pafrick. Howard W., 406 Palrick, James D., Jr., 457 Palrick, Neal S., 457 Pafrick, Roberl E., 470 Phillips, Claude R., 288,407 Phillips, Frederic, 439 Phillips, Harry H., 407 Phillips, James P.. 427 Phillips, Jerry O., 427 Phillips, Roberl L., 457 Phillips Roberf V., 407 Phillipsl, Thomas M., 357 Pa Her son, Curless A., 457 Pafferson, Harlan S., 457 Paflerson. Joseph R., 406 Pafferson, Lewis A.. 357. 255 Pafrillo, Douglas W., 470 Pallon, Gordon W., 457 Pailon, John B., 364 Palfon, William J., 427 Palfon, Wm. G.. 457 Paul, Jack M., 303, 406 Paul, Jerry L., I64 Paulson, John W.Jr., 373,457 Paufz, Marlin R., 376 Payne, David D., 457 Payne, Elmer H.. Jr., 470 Payne, Jeffrey C., I89, 406 Payne, Joel W., 457 Pa' ne Laney G 406 y . ., Payfon, Terry W.. 457 Peabody, Edward M., 303 Peacock, J. D., 457 Peacock, Thomas C., 427 Peacock, William F., 406 Pearce, Thomas R., 457 Pearson, Joseph V., 270, 406 Pearson, Larry W., 457 Peavy, Gerald W., 406 Pebworfh, William T., 406 Peckham, John R., 427 Peden, Marvin M., 320 Peek, Norris L., l89, 406 Pehler, John S.. 427 Peluso, Anfhony D., 406 Pendarvis, Daniel, lll, 3l2. 457 Penland, Barry E., 427 Penley, James W., I64 Penney, Michael A., 340 Penny, James S., 406 Penson, Jarnes D., 346 Peni, James L., 332, 427 Percy, Michael L., 427 Perdue. Edward M., 35l Pereqino, Louis A., 364, 457 Perkins, Elberl N., 457 Perkins, John H., Jr., 457 Perkins, Julian N., 457 Permar, Roberl W.. 427 Perozzi, Bruce P., 457 Perreaulf, Norman D., 427 Perry, Donald G., 285 Perry, Georqe M., 427 Perry, John H., Jr., 457 Perry, John R., 427 Perry, Ralph A., Jr.. 293, 407 Perschall, Clemeni F., 336 Person, James W., I64 Pelerinq. John L., 407 Pefers, Roberr H., 457 Peferson, Ch rislopher, 457 Phillips, William K., 427 Phi Sigma Kappa, 342-345 Physical Training, I49 Physics, I50, l5I Phofo Club, 236 Phofo Credifs, 524, 525 Pi Mu Epsilon, 273 Picciuolo, Jonalhan C., 427 Pielop, William E., 427 Pierce, Larry J., 3I2, 457 Pierce, Raymond F., 427 Pierson, David A., 457 Pielri, lvar A., 439 Piggoll. Allan R., 3I2. 457 Piqofr, Henry D., 439 Pique, James D., 439 Pi Kappa Alpha, 346-349 Pi Kappa Phi, 350, 35I Pinkerion, Roberr E., 427 Pinson, Raymond B., 457 Piper, John H., 373 Pirkle, James A., 457 Pirkle, Russell L., 439 Pifa, Julio C., 257. 259, 407 Pilalo, Sfephen K., 407 Pi Tau Chi, 272 Pi Tau Sigma, 264 Piloniak, Francis J., 288 Pillard, Joel C., 357,427 Pilrman, Archie L., 457 Pilfman, John l., 458 Pifrs, James C., 458 Pills, Roberr E., 458 Plafcan, Daniel J., 340,427 Plail, Edward A., 267, 407 Pledger, Roberr W., 407 Plemmons, Phillip E., 257, 259.2 Ploelz. Frederick W., 439 Plowden. John B., 36l, 407 Plymale, James R., 458 Poe, Teddy A., 407 Pogue, Jack, Jr., 407 Pohl, Ronald O., 325 Poinier, Douqlas D., 408 6 Poland, Bill R., 277, 361, 251, 390 Pollak, Uri, 408 Pollard, Andrew L., 458 Pollirr, Gilber+ D., 458 Pollock, Fred D., 427 Pond. James W., I97, 408 Ponder, Conrad W., Jr., 439 Ponder, James M., 439 Pool, Timofhy D., 439 Poore, Aubrey B., 257, 259, 408 Poore, Johnny S., 439 Poore, Michael E., 458 Pope, Brenf L., 439 Pope, Wayne M., 408 Poppell Richard C., 364, 458 Porcari, Thomas J., Jr., 373 Peferson, Dennis L., 457 Pelerson. John F., 457 Peferson, Lloyd W., 262 Pelerson, Ralph A. Jr., 457 Peliff, Michael A., 262 Peffersen. Paul A., Jr., 457 Peffibone, Fred E., Jr.. 457 Pellyiohn, Paul W., 457 Pelway, James M., 427 Pefzelf, John A., 457 Pelzold, Bruce C., 457 Peveler, Richard D., 439 Phi Delia Theia, 320-323 Phi Epsilon Pi, 324-327 Phi Eia Sigma, 262 Phi Kappa Phi. 258. 259 Phi Kappa Sigma, 332-335 Phi Kappa Thefa, 340, 34l Phi Kappa Tau, 336-339 Phi Psi, 273 Philips, Howard E., 407 Phillips, Barlow A., 457 Phillips, Charles E., 427 Phillips, Charles G.. 407 Porler, Andrew M., 320, 439 Porfer, Curfis E., 458 Porler, David A., 427 Porfer, James T.. 458 Porfer, Joel S., 439 Porfer, Larry M., 427 Porler, Roberi' J., 408 Porfman, John C., 458 Porlwood, Andrew C., 458 Posey, Joe W., 257, 259, 408 Pofekhen, Richard P.. 427 Poffe r, Mahala J., 427 Poifs, James C., 285 PoH's, Richard S., 458 Poulos, Nicky J., 458 Poulsen, Slephen P., l94, 439 Pounds, Jim W,, Jr,, 427 Powell, Cheves T., 408 Powell, Eugene A., 470 Powell, Marvin L., 408 Powell, Morrell L., 458 Powell, Power, Thomas J., 361, 458 Waller T., 458 Powers, Charles D., 458 Praslhofer, Peler H., 257, 259, 408 Praff, Harry D., Jr., 273, 408 Pralr, Jusfin H., 439 Prechfel, Earl C., 307, 27l, 409 Prescorl, Andrew W,, 458 Pressley, Roberf G., 439 Presswood, Roberl' P., 257, 259, 409 Preslon, James M., 309 Presfon, John F., 427 Prevaffe, James O., Jr., 427 Prewelf, James T., 439 Price, Charles M., 439 Price, Elberl L., l64 Price, Miller H., 427 Price, Roberf K., 427 Price, Roberf W., 439 Price, Samuel R., 328, 458 Price, Wayne E., 409 Price, William J., 325,409 Pridqen, Joseph O., 458 Priep. Arfhur F., 288, 427 Prieslley, Jerry M., l89 Prince. Richard E., 458 Pringle, Alec T., 336,409 Prisbus, Richard S., 409 Prilchard, William C., l79, 458 Prifchelf, Wm. B., 458 PrueH, N'Villiam E., Jr., 439 Pryor, Frank J., 427 Pryor, Norman M., 329 Pucciano, Frederick T., 309, 458 Puckell, John H., 409 Puckeff, Johnny S., 458 Puckell, Michael A., 439 Puqh, Herberl' J., 307, 439 Pugh, Thomas D., 458 Puqh, William E., 427 Pulis. Ronald R.. 458 Pullen, David H., 458 Purdie, William J., 427 Purdy, James G.. 458 Purser, Roberr K., 458 Purser, Thomas H., 3l2 Purlymun, John G., 458 Purvis, George F., Ill, 309,458 Purvis, J. C., I94, 439 Purvis, James M., 458 Purman, David J., 409 Pufnam, George P., 329, 439 Pye, Franklin D., 427 Pye, James B., 458 Quarles, Grover T., 257, 409 Ouarlerman, Edward M., 409 Ouarferman, James H., 429 Ouinlivan, Frank R., Jr., 263, 409 Quinn, Wayne K., 429 Ouinn, N'Villiam D., 332 Ouinf, David P., 458 Rabold, Bernard L., 439 Rachal, Ernesl A., 439 Rader, Edward D., 458 Ragan, Edwin E., 373, 458 Ragsdale, George A., 36l Raines, Sleven R., 439 Rainey, Richard A., 364 Rainwaler, David N., 458 Rainwaler, James S., 439 Rainwaier, Kennefh B.. 409 Ram, Jeffrey M., 28l Rambler, 2I6. 2l7 Ramblin 'Reck Club, 230 Ramirez, Paul D., 458 Ramsey, Chrisfopher R., I79, 458 Ramsey, Richard R., Jr., 36I, 439 Rand, Gerald E., Jr., 427 Rand, Thomas B., 427 Randall, David A., 458 Randolph, Wallace A., 262, 439 Rannefeld Gary G.. 439 Ransom, Frederick J., 427 Raper, Jerry C., 427 Rash, Edward A., 439 Raskulinecz, George, 439 Rasnick, David W., 458 Ralay, David J., 262, 439 Raiay. 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I-PN4? 4 . f'f WJ' Rxqig ff 1 f 515 Graduation '66: "It Will Be Your World" There may be 365 days in a year, but to a graduating senior, there is only one .... ....a Saturday in the middle of june. To the eighty-third graduating class, june 11, 1966 was that day. The commencement procedure was the same as every year be- "Nia--ev-" 'Q 'S vu-4-'Ir fi... Z ' L 1 4 'fx "'l .. ., . .-.1 - . Q- '5' A ' . 'wufyl ...fly rf: . " ' ,'- ."""""', ' ' "..""9' Q - f. . ' - !.".g':i,.v ' , ' - ,.- " ai?- --vnvty, ll 1 I ' . " 1 S ff' ' ' ., . '. -55 -r. J, f X 1 Q, 'hp i X 4 ' 4 Q . 3 t ...N .. . ...M .,.,,......,,.,...,...a fore from the procession at 8:45 AM to the recession at 11:10, and yet for 1300 seniors these short minutes culminated an average of13,4 quarters of hard work each. The speaker was Dr. Donald F. Hornig, special assistant for science and technology to President johnson. In closing his address he remarked, "You have been given a good education. I am confident that you will do better with the world than we have done. lt will be your world." .if 351 ox. . P' 0 STUDENT INDEX-Confinued Rauh, Richard P., 458 Rawlings, Kennefh, 111,297,439 Rawls, Arfhur C., 332 Ray, Allen, 427 Ray, William L., 368, 267,409 Rayburn, Sieve D., 439 Rea, Delfon G.. Jr., 189,409 Read, Randall B., 376 Readdick, Terry L., 458 Reahard, Jean F., 111,458 Redd, Richard E., 439 Reddick, Howell B., Jr., 303, 427 Redd iff, Richard W., 427 Reece, Virgil D., 458 Reed, Beniiman F., 409 Reed, Charles D., 288, 427 Reed. Cliff W., 409 Reed, Dwighf T., 458 Reed, Henry M., 470 Riddle, Sfephen A., 458 Ridenour, Raymond E., 182,427 Riefveld, Dave N., 458 Rigby, Derek C., 427 Riggin, Wm. M., 368 Riles. George G., 458 Riley, Timofhy J., 409 Rilovick, J. S., 364, 409 Ring, John R., 459 Ringers, Bruce C., 459 Rinker, James H., 427 Rinker, Thomas L., 297 Rippberger, Charles M., 364, 2 Rifchie, Harold E., 270, 409 Riffer, Dennis F., 459 Rival, Joseph H., 459 Rixey, Frederic G., 298, 439 Roach, Marc E., 312 Roads, Charles A., 459 Roan, Thomas P., 298 Robbins, Danny R., 342,459 Robbins, John G., 277, 329 Reed, James M., 257, 264, 409 Reed, Phillip A., 470 Reed, Roberf E., 409 Reed, Samuel N., 439 Reed, Timofhy P., 329, 266, 409 Reese, Boyd T., Jr.. 409 Robbs, Charles T., 320, 439 Roberfs, David N., 427 Roberfs. James R., 111, 427 Roberfs, John J., 312 Roberfs, Sfephen N., 439 Roberfs, Thomas J., 439 Rossi, Michael A., 351, 459 Roszell, Gerald W., 459 Rofh, Bruce A., 325, 459 Rofh, Reinhold M., 351, 459 Roughfon, George A., 439 Rouse, George V., 410 Roussos, George J., 266, 428 Rowan, Glenn A., 459 Rowley, John H., 277, 312 Roy. Dennis R., 459 Roy. Roberl G., 373, 428 Roy, Roberfo R., 439 Rucker, Joel H., 459 Rucker, Roberl' W., 373, 459 Rucks, Russell L., 459 Rudden, Michael S., 439 Rudolph, William B., 277. 352,428 Rudzenski, Edward M., 459 Rue, Leslie W., 257, 259, 410 Ruff, Alberf L., 428 Ruff, John C., Jr., 459 Ruffin, Thomas M., 428 Rumrill, David A., 428 Rumsey. Jimmy L., 459 Runyan, James F., 459 Rupel, John D.. Jr., 459 Rushing, Walfer J., 268,428 Rufherford, Anfhony S. 410 Roddy, James W., 309 Reese, John W., 458 Reeves, Billy J., 285, 458 Reeves, Charles R., 427 Reeves, Richard L., 307, 427 Reeves, Warren B., 458 Rehder, John J., 342 Reid, Henry J., 368, 409 Reifsnyder, Brenf C.. 458 Reilly, John F., 458 Reinehr, Charles M., 458 Reinelfe, Roberf W., 458 Reisman, Sfuarf R., 325,427 Reifmeyer, Harry A., Jr., 458 Reifz, Frank P., 409 Rellinq, Thor D., 409 Remberf, William E., 439 Renaulf, Jeffrey D., 458 Renegar, Roberl M., 458 Renfroe, John M., Jr., 307,439 Replogle, James W., 111,427 Resaqer, Jon C., 458 Research. 112-I 17 Reveley, Roberf L., 439 Roberfs, Thomas N., 410 Roberfson, David H., 316, 459 Roberfson, E. M.. 410 Roberfson, Earl L., 459 Ro be rfson, Frank G., 459 Roberfson, Jonafhan B., 459 Roberfson, Joseph S., 459 Robe rfson, Robe rfson, Ro be rfson, Michael K., 439 Neal A., 439 Wayne K., 439 Robichaud, Roberl' S.. 361. 459 Robinson, Charles B., 312,439 Robinson, David A., 459 Robinson, Gary C., 410 Robinson, Jimmy, I89 Robinson, John H., 439 Robinson, Robinson, Robinson, Michael R., 410 Richard B., 439 Richard L., 459 Robinson, Thomas A., 439 Rufland, Roberf D., 410 Rufledge, Arfhur L., 410 Rufledge, Ronald E., 439 Ruys, John P., 428 Rychly, Roberf E., 329, 439 Ryder. Rick M., 361,459 Ryer, George M., 440 Ryland, Gordon M., Jr., 312 Sacco, Joseph E., 440 Sadai, John M., 459 Sadler, Henry L., 312,410 Sadler, Randall E., 459 Salley, Edward M.. Jr., 428 Salmon, Theodore R., 459 Saloom, Burgess G., 459 Salfer. James L., 440 Salfer, Jefferson C.. 307, 459 Salfer, Wayne E., 459 Reynolds, Craig B., 357,458 Reynolds, David A., 439 Reynolds, Freddie, 458 Roche, James H., 459 Roche, Joseph P.,Jr., 257, 259,263,410 Rodgers, Brian D., 459 Rodgers, Daniel L., 288, 459 Rodie, Charles C., 459 SAM, 232 Sampselle. Jackson B.. 364, 428 Sampson, Andrew B., 440 Samra, J. A., Jr., 440 Sams, Norman L., 459 Samuelsohn, Phillip L., 281,440 Reynolds, James W., 458 Reynolds, John L., 409 Reynolds, Joseph M., 470 Reynolds, Roberf K., 364, 458 Rezac, George J. J., 439 Rheams, Russell S., 297, 439 Rhodes, Dennis R., 458 Rhodes, Henry J., 458 Rhodes, Ralph K., 458 Rhodes, Ronald M., 427 Rhodes, William S., 458 Rodriguez, Jorge A., 439 Rodriguez, Raul J., 410 Roehm Rogan, , David A., 329, 257, 263,410 John B., 316,427 Rogers, David F., 427 Rogers Rogers: John R., 410 Edward H. 427 Rogers, Roberf O., 439 Rogers, Roberf W.. 439 Rogers, Thomas F., 410 Rogers, Thomas W., 439 Sancinifo, Charles J., 428 , Charles W., 459 Sanders, Sanders David C.. 410 Sanders, Gerry M., 361,459 Sanders, Jimmy L., 428 Sandler, Kennefh S., 325, 459 Sanford Michael L. 410 Sang, Pengkiam M.,l459 Sannipoli, Charles J., 410 Sapp, William M., 440 Rhudy, Oscar Gu 458 Sappingfon, Michael L., 298, Rhuland, Cyril J., 458 Rhyne, Vernon T., 470 Sappingfon, James P., 440 459 Rice, Alan 1-1.281.458 Rice, Bruce C., 439 Rice, Donald L., 458 Rice, Hugh L.. 111, 285 Rice, Volle L., 427 Rogers, Vincenf J., 427 Rohr, Paul R., 264,410 Roias, Adolfo L., 439 Rolando, Arlhur J., 459 Roller, Thomas L., 368, 427 Rollins, Charles C., 268. 439 Rollins, Roger V.. 352 Romine, James H., 376,427 Sarper, Musfafa R., 410 Sarfain, Kerry A., 459 Sasseville, Roberf E., 440 Safferfield, James R., 373. 268,428 Safferfield. James W., 440 Sauls, John R., 459 Saunaaho, Vaifo J., 470 Rich, Y Beniamin S., 361,439 Rich, Michael J., 281 Richard, Bruce K.. 262, 439 Richards, D Richardson avid A., 439 George B.. 427 Richardson, Richard H., 409 Richardson, Ronald M., 458 Richardson, Terry J., 316 Richbourg, John S., 458 Ronky Roberf M. 459 Rooksi Charles Gi, 439 Rooks, Rooks, Roper, Jefferson W., 459 Milfon P., 320, 459 Cecil P., Jr., 459 Saunders, Mark P., 459 Richbourqh, Sfephen C., 368 Richey, Floyd T.. 439 Richey, Jan P., 266,470 Richmond, Brefl' L., 439 Richmond, James E., 285 Richmond, Leif E., 439 Richfer, lan A., 281 Richfer, Paul M., 281,427 Richwine, James B., 316,458 Rickeffs, Rodney H., 409 Ricks, Ernesf E., 439 Roquef, John E., 261, 427 Roschach, Charles A., 332, 459 Rose, David R., 368 Rose, FrankW, 361,459 Rosebush, Richard W., 428 Rosenbleefh, Michael, 325, 459 Rosinski, Michael J., 373, 410 Sauve, Alfred D., 459 Savage, David R., 410 Savage, John C., 459 Savage. Joseph D., 470 Savell, C. T., 410 Sawyer, James T., 459 Saye, Joseph M., 471 Scabbard and Blade, 263 Scandlyn, Ronald D., 459 Scanlan, Michael B., 179 Schabel, Theodore B., 320 Ross, David C., 459 Ross, Pefer A., 439 Ross, Raphael, 111, 470 Ross, Willi Ross. Wm. am L., 459 C., Jr..41O Rosselli, Julio O., 470 Rosser, Thomas A., 459 Schack, Edward J., 281, 459 Schaffer, Roberf J., 261, 428 Schanlcer, Joel C., 325 Schaufele, David M., 329, 459 Schell, Sidney T., 410 Scherer, Sfephen E., 259, 410 Schiesser, Frederick, 368 Schievelbein, Vernon, 471 You Can't Top If. . . xy For Quality and Good Taste The absolute test of any educational program is the kina' of man it produces That the Georgia Institute of Technology has for four consecu tive years been nationally recognized as the outstanding public institution in the area of sustained alumni support is merely one reflection of the kind of man Tech produces. This strong support from alumni and friends and from corporations and foundations has been a major factor in insuring that Georgia Tech could con tinue to offer -quality educational programs. Future voluntary support on an expanding basis is essential if the Institute 1S to maintain its leadership in technological education. The Georgia Institute of T eehnology Atlanta Shaw, Donald F., Jr., 257, 259, 4l2 STUDENT INDEX-Coniinued William F., Jr., 440 Schiffman, Barry J., 28I, 428 Schirm, Frank F., lll, 459 Schlaiier, Bernhard, 410 Schlendering, Sfephen, 459 Schlesinger, James S., 459 Schliike, Brian H., 4lO Schmelz. Charles H., 410 Schmidr, Charles H., 342 Schmidr, Dennis M., 4l0 Schneider, Clifford H., 4ll Scholes, Richard A.. 428 Schraibman, Harold R., 4ll Schreck, Wayne J., 459 Schreeder, Marshall T., 255 Schroeder, George C., 459 Schroeder, Leo A., 459 Schroer, John W., I64 Schuller, Alberr F., Jr., 357, 25 Schullz, Larry L., 459 Schummers, John H., 257, 428 Schwab, Harry L., I98, 428 Schwadron, Richard J., 440 Schwar+z, Harold W., 459 Schwarrz Homer H., 262. 440 Schwariz, Perer J., 325, 428 Schwarlz Pierre 471 Schwarh ' Roberi I., 28l, 429 Scisson, Roberi' E., 440 Scoggins, Randall B., 293 Scofr, Barbara E., 440 Sco++, Douglas C., 459 Scoir, Jerry M.. 459 Scolf, John L., 285 Scofr, Philip D., 329 ScoH', Phillip J., 440 ScoH, William A., 459 Scoff, William N., 440 I, 254, 4ll Shealy, Wilbur L., Jr., 440 Shearon, James E., 428 Shearouse, Donald C., 309, 440 Shearouse, H. R., 428 Shedd, Sfephen T., 428 Sheehan. Francis X., 4l2 Shehane, Ronald F., 4l2 Shell, John B., 460 Shellnull, Richard L., 460 Shelnuir, Larry W., 440 Shelnuif, Riley C., 428 Shelion, Michael W., 440 Shelion, Roberi A., 47l Sheppard, Charles T., 440 Sherman, James M. Jr., 26l, 440 Sherman, Michael A., 460 Sherman, Roberi C., 428 Sherwood, Peier D., 4l2 Shewmaker, James T., 460 Shipman, Keirh W.. 47l Shipp, Edmond M., Jr., 328 Shirah, Richard O., 4l2 Shirley, Gary W., 460 Shockley. Edward J., Jr., 364. 460 Shonerd, David W., 428 Shook, Claude E., I64 Shook, Vllilliam N., 361,464 Shoullz, Kennefh W., 460 Shrivalle, Ralph L., 4l2 Shu, Aniony H. O., 257. 270, 4-I2 Shuck, Bernard, 440 Shuler, Lucien B., 428 Shulman, Roberi' M., 325. 440 Shulmisrer, Gerald D., 440 Shum, Ying K., 440 Shypula, Daniel P., I98, 328,440 Shypula, John W., 440 Sias, John R., I64 Smifh Smifh Donald R., 259, 26l, 4l2 Smiih, Ernesio J., 460 Smiih Fredrick B., 3l6 A Smifh G. Van Dyke. Jr., 440 Smifh Smiih Smifh Smifh George B., 440 Gerald F., 4l2 Giles R., l64 Harringion B.. 440 Smiih Harry D., Jr., 307, 376, 47I Smirh, Henry T., Jr., 47I Smiih, John, 266, 4l2 Smirh, John K., 428 Smirh, Kenneih H., 428 Smifh, Kenneih L., 4l2 Smiih Newion J.. 47l Smiih Oren C., 460 Smirh, Pairick C., 460 Smirh Peler W., 3l2, 440 Smifh Smiih Smifh Smifh Smiih Smiih Philip W., 460 Raymond, 460 Richard H., 460 Richard S., 440 Roberr C., 460 Roberr E., Jr., 428 Smilh Roberl G., 460 Smiih, Roberr J., 440 Smirh, Roberl' W., 428 Smiih Robin W., 428 Smifh, Roy L., 428 Smifh, Rush S.. 460 Smifh, Samuel D., 357, 25l, 4l2 Smilh, Sheldon D., 428 Smiih, Sidney F., 440 Smilh, Timoihy M., 460 Smifh, Vernon H., 36I Smilh, Walier H., 428 Smifh, William A., 4-40 Smiih William C. 369, 25l, 254, 4l2 Scraggs, Charles R., 4ll Scripps, Vllilliam J.. 428 Scroggins, Randel C.. 342, 459 Scruggs, Kirk L.. 373,428 Scruggs, Randolph B., 298 Seabolr, Charles M., 428 Seals, James H., 267, 4ll Seals, James L., 428 Seamon, Roberr B., I64 Sears, Roberr M., 459 Sears, William E., 4ll Seay, Frank M., 41 l Seay, Ronald, 428 Sedelmeyer, James L., 460 Sedgwick, Dwighf R., 368, 25l, 4ll Sedman, Charles B., 428 Seemer. Roberr H., 460 Seevers, Eric L., 460 Segall, Leonard A., 325, 4-40 Segars, Roy, Jr., 460 Seigler, Joseph M.. Jr., 4I I Selbie, Frederic D., 4ll Self, John R., 428 Sell, Paul G., 26l, 428 Sellers, Richard L., 264, 4ll Sellinger, Frank L., 4ll Seniors, 380-4l9 Seraiis, John E., 440 Serkedakis, Michael G., 460 Seymour, Howard V., Jr., 259, 268, 4l2 Sessa, Paul A., 471 Sessler, Sfephen M., 346, 460 Selaro, Daniel M., 4l2 Severance, Samuel W., 309 Sewell, Earl R., 428 Sewell, Russell N., 460 Seyden, Terence J., 460 Seymour, David C., 257, 26l, 269, 4l2 Seymour, Howard V., Jr., 259. 268, 4l2 Seymour, Sfuari' B., 460 Siorzini, Richard H., 460 Shabel, Joseph S., 460 Shakill, Mohammad A., 428 Shalley, Charles H., 277, 3l6, 428 Shank, Daniel W., 357, 460 Sharp, Roberi' H., 309, 440 Sharpfon, Charles B., 460 Shauck. Jack W., 428 Shaureffe, Thomas G., 376, 460 Shaver, Edwards B., 346, 460 Shaw, Elie V., Jr., 440 Shaw, Philip W., Jr., 440 Shaw, Thomas A., 440 Sickel, James B., 4l2 Sieverl, Gerald E., 4l2 Sigler, Donald H., Jr., 288, 428 Sigma Sigma Sigma Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 352-355 Chi. 356-359 Gamma Tau, 269 Nu, 360-363 Sigma Phi Epsilon, 364-367 Sigma -Y-Phalanx, 239 Sihvonen, John P., 440 Sikes, William L., 440 Sills, Parricia A., 440 Simkin S, Roberr M., lll, 4l2 Simmons, Edwin M., 36l, 460 Simmons, James F., 268, 47I Simmons, John W., 336,460 Simmons, Marion R., Ill, 440 Simmons, Reid W., 440 Simmons, Roberi' N., 440 Simmons, Sranley M., 428 Simmons, Wm. J., Jr., 460 Simon Simon Simon ds, James W., 428 ds, Warren G., 373, 4l2 ion, Kennerh W., 440 Simpson, Allan B., 460 Simpson, David L., 285, 4l2 Sims, Donald B., 460 Sims, John A., 352 Sims, John W., 460 Sinclair, Jack W., 428 Sinclair, Michael J., 440 Sine, George W., 373, 428 Sirkis, Glenn R., 325, 460 Sirmans, Charles G., 440 Siflon, David N., 460 Skelley, Daniel F., 460 Skellie, Fred A.. 440 Skinne r, Frank R., ll, 428 Skipper, James H., 4l2 Slakman, Barry S., 428 Slare, SLEC. Sloan, Sloan, Richard H., 440 225 Donnie R., 364, 428 Roberl' L., Jr.. 440 Slusher, James E.. 328,460 Small, David C.. 376, 460 Smiih, Alan D., 460 Smilh, Ava D., 278 Smifh, Carl A., 440 Smiih, Chadwick P., 357, 4-60 Smirh. Smiih. Smifh, Charles H., 440 Clark W., 3l6. 460 Donald A., 257. 263, 267, 4l2 Smifhmayes, Lybrand E., 440 Smorra, Allan G., 460 Snead, Dale K., 346, 269, 428 Snead, Frank E., 440 Snead, Nolan K., 428 Snellgrove, William A., 332, 4-4l Snelson, Roberl L., 320, 4l2 Sneyd, James C., 460 Snider, Jimmie L., 285 Snider, John J., 460 Snow, Charles R., 288 Snow, Leonard N., I64 Snyder, John D., 293 Snyder, Norberl R., 281 Soares, Viclor S., 4l2 Soccer, l95 Social Science Deparimeni, I53 Soderberg, Carl A., 460 Soderberg, John G., 262, 44-I Solak, Thomas A., 3I2 Solodar, Seymour O., 4l2 Solomon, Haywood F., 460 Somers, Roberl' L., 257, 26l, 269, 4-I2 Sophomores, 430443 Sorenson, Wm. M., 4l2 Sorrells, Paul J., 460 Sofo, Angel M.. 44I Souder, Kyle D., 460 Spann, George W., 428 Spear, David R., 464, 4l9 Specfor, Julianne G.. 460 Spencer, Larry B., 464 Spencer, Leslie A., 460 Spencer, Roberl' H., Jr., 303 Spencer, William L., 373, 428 Sperry, David P., 4-4I Spivey, Woodie A., I94, 428 Sprayberry, Morris B., 4l2 Sprayberry, Ronald E., 3l6, 44l Spriggs, Samuel C., 428 Spring, Alan H., 47l Spring, Michael J.. 307, 460 Springer, Arfhur G., 428 Springfield, Marfin C., 257, 4l3 Springfield, Roberf W., 44l Spruill, Charles K., 44I Sroka, Richard P., 428 Siabler, George R., 303. 460 Sfackhouse, Allan D., 297, 460 Slackhouse, Evereif E., 47l Sfackhouse, Tracy W., 428 Srafford. Don H., 44I Sfafford, John P., 3l2, 460 TOLEDO SCALE Division of Toledo Scale Corporation "The Name Everybody Knows" TR. 6-4433 Sth Street at the Expressway THOMPSON 8. CO. Rboder-Hrzvenjf Building 525-1213 Serving Georgia Tech Fraternities With Computerized Accounting Systems COMER B. THOMPSON Complimentr 0 Brittain ining Hall Graduaie's Guide In Armco Sales Engineers Your typical Armco Sales Engineer, like you, worked hard for his engineering degree. And then, because he liked the idea of help- ing many different people solve varying construction problems, chose the sales side of engineering. Where does he work? Sometimes in his office. Often in some- one else's, because their problems are his, too. And when the design and specifying job is finished, he's down at the job site, making sure the installation is made just right. Whether your future work will involve highways or railroads or government or industry, chances are you'll run into an Armco Sales Engineer, because the fine products he sells and services are used in many fields. Perhaps you're interested in the same sont of challenging, rewarding career that he has. If so, contact Armco Steel Corporation, Metal Products Division, P. O. Box 1343, Atlanta, Georgia 30301 fPhone: 351-62005. f"'l ARMCO Metal Products Division STUDENT INDEX-Confinuecl Sfahl, Harry L., 428 Sfakes, Beniamin E., 288 Sfalcup, Bruce W., 441 Siamalalus, Emanuel, 413 Slandifer, Paul Wm., 428 Slanlield, John T.. Jr., 460 Sfanford, David J., 413 Sfaniord, Dennis L., 346, 428 Slanford, Leland L., 352 Sfanlord, Roberl' E., 471 Slanley, Charles A., 460 Sfanley, Danny R., 441 Sfanley, Wm. J., 460 Slansbury, Paul S., 441 Slanlon, Russell O., 413 Siapleion, James A., 460 Slaplefon, Siephen H., 460 Sfarlc, Carey T., 441 Sfarlre, Larry D., 357, 441 Sfarlinq, Wm. P., 460 Slarr, David H., 413 Sfarr, Slanley R., 413 Sl. Clair, Edward G.. 368, 440 Slerreli, Noel J., 460 Sledman. John C., Jr., 460 Sleele, Gary T., 357, 179, 460 Sleele, Kennelh A., 441 Sfeele, Russell C., 413 Slegall, Charles E., 460 Sleqall, Sidney L., 441 Srehle. Edward A.. 11,428 Slein, William L., 428 Sleinloach, George K., 460 Sfeinbauer, Frederick. 460 Sfeindel, Sleven J., 325 Sfeinichen, Thomas W., 298,441 Sleinman, Norman, 460 S+. Marie, Siephen B.. 368. 460 Slennefl, Charles E., 332. 460 Slephens, Edward B., 257, 259, 413 Slephens, James A., 413 Slephens, John W., 364, 460 Slephens, Slephens, Kennelh W., 271, 413 Thomas V., 428 Sferz. James A., 460 George B.. ll. 257. 259, 261, 264, Sfevens, Edwin A.. 251,413 Slevens. 413 Sfevenson, Joel C., 164 Shewarl, Charles P., 441 Siewarf, Donald E., 441 Sfewarl Donald F. 413 Slewaril George Jr., 328, 194, 262. 441 Sfewa rf, Sfewa rl, Slewa rf, Sfewa rl Howard H., 428 Michael F., 428 Roberl G., 441 Ronald E., 263, 413 sfaii, cuisines A.. 460 Slires, Charles E., 428 Sfogner, Ray A., 441 ry M.. 428 Slolces, Henry C., 332, 460 Slone, Arfhur L., 460 Sione, Ga Slringiellow, Andrew, 461 Srrom, Roberl' B., 179, 461 Slroyan, David B., 288, 441 Slruble, Roger N., 179,461 9 Slrulhers, John O., 257, 25 ,414 Sfuarl, Clyde M., 471 Sfuar'r,J.T., 11,441 Sluarl, Mary L., 441 Slubbe, Federico M., 461 Slubblefield, Guy L., 428 Slubbs, Pefer D., 428 Sluclenf Council, 204-207 Slumpl, Willard S., 461 Slurroclc, James C., 414 Siules. Ralph C.. Jr.. 461 Suddulh, Alvin L., 111,461 Sullivan, Addison D.. 293 Sullivan, Richard C., 264 Sullivan, Rober1'C., 414 Sumner, Andrew T., 471 Sumner, Wm. E.. Jr., 309, 461 Sundloerg, Walired E., 414 Sundermann, Bruce E., 336, 441 Sunderson, John M., Jr.. 461 Surrency, William T., 441 Suller, Ernesl' M.. Jr., 309, 461 Suflon, Alan B., 461 Sulion, Jacl: D., 461 Swaim, James C., 352 Swain, Edwin L., 164 Swan, Richard A.. 414 Swan, William W., 414 Swann, Jaclc W., 429 Sweal, Ernesl D., 461 Sweafr, Roberl L., 429 Swebilius, Anlhony G., 441 Sweilzer, Daniel S., 441 Sweilzer, John W., 414 Swerdlin, Dorn H., 429 Swiilr, James Wm., Jr.. 441 Swifl, Slephen T., 293, 257, 266, 414 Swimming. 199 Swinlord, R. M., 414 Swinl, A1berlG., 111. 297 Swinl, William B., 429 Swords, Paul G., 429 Szymborslci, Roberl C., 461 Takahashi, Shin 1., 471 Talarowslri, Sleven A., 307, 461 Talborr, Carlos M.. Jr., 368, 429 Tallon, Ronald R., 461 Tamalis, Ellen S., 278, 461 Tanlcersley, Charles S., 414 Tanner, Carroll, 429 Tappan, Roberl M., 461 Tappen, Rodney M., 373, 461 Tarlringlon, Daniel H., 357, 414 Tarler, James O., 461 Tale, Alberf L., 414 Tale, Thomas D., 373, 461 Tafum, George A.. 111,361,441 Tau Bela Pi, 256, 257 Tau Kappa Epsilon, 268, 271 Taylor, Bernard W.. 441 Sfone, Kuff W., 461 Sfone, Roberi- D., 441 Slone, Wal'rer F., Jr.. 461 Sfone, William D., 461 Slonebralcer, Everefl, 461 Sloner, Chrisfopher S., 441 Sforey, Danny R., 428 Sforey, James M., 461 Slorey, Wm. J., 303,461 Slory, Joe B., 369, 441 Sloller, Gary L., 461 Sfoul, Adrian C., 413 Slovall, Clifford E., 413 Slovall, Thomas B., Jr.. 364,428 Slover, Gerald D., 441 S+owers, John R., 441 Slraclr, James E., 461 Slracuzzi, James P., 307, 461 Sfranqe, Charles M., 461 Slrauss, Ernesl G., 428 Slrauss, Sidney F., 265, 413 Sfrean, Bruce M., 441 Sfriclrland, Alonzo J., 471 Sfriclcland, James F., 471 Sfriclzland, Samuel L., 461 Slriclrland, William W.. 461 Taylor, C. C.. 336 Taylor, David L., 441 Taylor, David M., 461 Taylor, David R., 461 Taylor, Donald K., 441 Taylor, Taylor, Donnie W., 461 Eugene W.. 461 Taylor, Glenn E., 361,461 Taylor, Harvey C., 303, 261, 264, Taylor, John D., 415 Taylor, Larry H., 441 Taylor, Randolph F., 429 Taylor, Richard V., 316 Taylor, Samuel R., 346, 461 Taylor, Terry L., 461 Taylor, Thomas L., 429 T-Club. 228 Teague, Wm. B., 316, 179, 461 Teal, Ronald M., 429 Teal, William M., 441 Teasley, Jimmy E., 441 Teasley, Siewarl P., 257, 261, 26 TECHNIQUE, 212-215 Teem, Marlin P., 441 Tellez, Gerardo, 415 Tench. James G., 415 415 Tennis, 200 Tennyson, Rodney L., 332 Terrell, Lawrence A., 461 Terry, George J., 429 Texiile Engineering, 154, 155 Thaclrer, Ted N., 441 Thaclrer, William L., 312, 415 Tharp, M. K.. 11,441 Tharpe. James B.. Jr.. 461 Theiling,Vic1or C., 251, 380 Thefa Chi. 372-375 Tl1e'1a Xi. 376, 377 Thibadeau. John S., Jr., 285 Thigpen, John H., 361,429 Thomas, Alan M., 441 Thomas, Bobby M., 429 Thomas, Charles A.. 461 Thomas, Ellon J., 461 Thomas. Franklin B., 441 Thomas, James M., 441 Thomas, Jerrell M., 471 Thomas, Jerry K., 415 Thomas Joel E.. 461 Thomas, Joseph T., 441 Thomas. Larry A., 288 Thomas, Michael E., 461 Thomas, Richard A., 267, 415 Thomas, Roberl G., 471 Thomas, Roberl S., 271, 441 Thomas, Ronald E., 441 Thomas, Ronald L., 429 Thomas, Sleven E., 461 Thomas, Walfer B.. 111. 429 Thomas, Waller, Jr., 268, 415 Thomason Thompson ,Thomas S., 441 Howard E., Jr., 429 Thompson, James S.. 346, 429 Thompson, Kennefh A., 461 Thompson Slephen M., 441 Thompson, Sleven D., 441 Thompson Thomas D., 298, 429 Thompson William H., 461 Thomson, James R.. 441 Thornburgh, Wm. P., 415 Thorne, Peler A., 182 Thorne, Pefer C., 429 Thornlon, Allaerr S., 285 Thorpe, Colon R., 461 Thorrez, Philip M.. 461 Thorlsen. Leon V., 285. 179. 461 Thrilf, James R., 441 Thron, Harry M., 257,415 Thrush, James R., 342 Thurman, Gerald S., 461 Tieslau, Timolhy B., 429 Tigh, Marlr S., 328, 461 Tilchin, Harry R., 325, 461 Till, Wallace C., Jr., 316 Tillery, Don R., 441 Tinsley, Charles E.. 352 Tisdel, Linwood E., 415 Tison, Allan J., 461 Todd, Donald K., 461 Todd, Herberl M., 461 Todd. James R., 271, 441 Todd, Wm. J., 461 3.415 Tolar, Roberl' C., 197 Tolleson, Slephen P., 441 Tomas, Harry A., 415 Tomasovich, Theodore, 182, 189. 441 Tomberlin, Edwin L., Jr., 429 Topolslri, Francis J., 415 Toflen, Dwighl L., 471 Tougas, Lee A., 288,415 Townsend, Edgar L., 415 Toy, James W., 262, 442 Track, 191-193 Tracy, Roberl' S., 461 Traendly, John H., 288 Trammell, Richard J., 415 Trapnell, James H., Jr.. 164 Travis, James O., 415 Traviss, Donald P., 261, 429 Trawiclr, Irving F.. Jr., 429 Trebils. Roberl N., 471 Trefry, Roberf J., 297, 442 Trenl, Sfephen E., 364, 442 Troqdon, Richard S., 442 Troulman, Charles B.. 293 Truill, Larry S., 442 Trussell, Henry J., 259,415 Tse, Kam C., 471 STUDENT INDEX-Confinued Verner, Ronald P., 281,462 Vernon, Wm. H., 320 Veryzer, John H., 462 Wafson Webb Tuck. David Q., 442 Tuck, Michael S., 415 Tucker, Clinfon A., Jr., 415 Tucker, Donnie M., 461 Tucker, Hugh C., 471 Tucker, Kendrick D., 442 Tucker Richard S., 461 Tudor, George A., 461 Tuhy, Pefer M., 461 Tuller, Frank N., 471 Tullos, John R., 285 Tunkel, Brian S., 325 Tunon, Marfin, 442 Tunsfall, Brian P., 471 Turner, Bobby, 461 Turner, Clyde E., Jr., 270. 415 Turner, David B., 461 Turner, Dewiff T., 111, 164,429 Turner, Edward P., 262, 442 Turner, Harold J., Jr., 429 Turner, James Roy, 111, 442 Turner, Jesse M., 415 Turner, Paul W., 429 Turner, Ronald L., 312, 255, 429 Turner, Weems D., 357 Turnipseed, George B., 442 Turnley, William G., 429 Tuffle, James R., 471 Tyler, Frederick B., Jr., 285, 182 Tyler, James L.. 461 Tyler, Thomas N., 332, 442 Tyre, Royce M., 442 Vessey, Charles L., 328 Vickers, Jimmy C., 462 Vidana, Gasfon L., 416 Viehman, William C., 285,416 Vinson, Edward S., 462 Wafkins, Wafkins John D., 442 Kennefh S., Jr.. 336,462 Wafson. George F., Jr., 462 Wafson John P., 462 Wafson Michael D., 376, 442 Wafson, Thomas R., 442 Wafson, William M.. Jr., 429 Wm S 462 Vinson, Vinson, Vinson, Ronald Wm., 462 Russell G., 416 William E., 462 Vifunic, Joseph A.. 357, 179, 462 Waffs, Dean -P.,i329, 462 Wavle, Gordon R., 462 Wayman, Charles L., Jr., 368,429 Tyson, Henry D., Jr., 442 Vogel, Philip S., 271, 442 Vogf, Sfephen W., 462 Vogf, Woodward L., 442 Voighf, Nicholas D., 416 Volavka, Richard H., 316,416 Vonhedemann, William, 357, 416 Vonherrmann, F, H., 368, 429 Vonschaaf, Charles P., 416 Vonwerssowelz, R. O.. 429 Wachob, Roger B., 442 Wachfel, David R., 198, 376, 442 Waddell, Byron A., 416 Wade, Don E., 416 Wade, Richard P., 346 Wagner, Phillip C., 182, 429 Wagner, Roberf D., 462 Wagner, William C., 442 Wahlen. Edwin A., 462 Waifs, James M., 462 Waifsman, Wm. E., 416 Wakefield, Dexfer B., 442 Walden, Marfin L., 442 Waldorf, Richard A., 416 Weaver, David P., 462 Weaver, Earl M., 342, 429 Weaver, George L., 462 Weaver, Gregory S., 342, 462 Weaver, John B., 164 Weaver, Kennefh B., 417 Weaver, Leroy E., 462 Webb. Charles A., 257,259,417 Webb, Gerald C., 442 Webb, Hulan S., 462 Webb Joseph R., 462 Vlfebb Lewis J., 462 Webb Wayne P., 462 Wayne S., 442 Uffelman, James T., 336 Ulll, Anile L., 278, 461 Ulmer, John C., 415 Ulmer, John R.. 415 Ulrich. Edward, Jr., 442 Umphrey, Ronald Wm., 471 Underhill, Alberf L., 257, 429 Underwood, Edward L., 442 Walker Walker Walker Walker Walker , Beffy A.. 278, 442 , Daniel W., 462 . David L., 442 . David M., 442 , Gilford T., 462 Walker, Hugh H., 303,416 Walker Walker .Jimmy, 429 Lewis W., 361, 189,416 Webbon, Bruce W., 417 Weber, Roberf R., 336,462 Websfer, Gary W., 472 Weeks, Allan D., 336, 462 Weeman, Sfephen K., 373, 189, 429 Wehmeyer, David P., 472 Wehner, Paul B., 316, 462 Weidel, Lawrence W., 462 Weiler, William J., 429 Weinsfein, Michael N., 325,462 Weir, Edward E., 417 Weiss, Howard G., 281, 462 Weifzel, Charles E.. 259,263,417 Weifzner, Larry H., 277, 281 Welborn, John M., 462 Welborn, Roberf E.. 298 Welch, Dicky R., 417 Welch, James C., Jr., 462 Wellingfon, Donald Wm., 462 wan, Jann E., 462 Wall, Pefer J., 429 Underwood, Jefferson, 351, 461 Underwood, Joseph R., 442 Underwood, Michael D., 442 Underwood, Roberr S., 429 Underwood, Wm. D., 442 Upchurch, James T., 461 ef Thomas HQ 293, 462 Upchurch, N. M., 442 Usry, Emmeff E., 351,461 Uffenhove, John B., 285 Vagle, Pefer M., 415 Valdes, Armando A., 357, 415 Valenfin, Randolph W., 262, 442 Valenfine, James O., Jr.. 461 Valenfino, Thomas F., 461 Vanbrackle, Lewis N., 461 Vance, James R., 415 Vance, John L., 316 Vance, Kafhryn C., 278, 442 Vandergriff, Douglas, 442 Vanderhoof, Bruce C., 442 Vanderlaaf, Felipe A., 415 Vanderplaafs, James, 461 Vanderplaafs, Thomas, 461 Vanderzalm, Willem, 257, 416 Vandora, Tash J., 285 Vaneffen, Eugene B., 316, 416 Vanhook, Cloyd F., 416 Vannier, Joseph R., Jr., 416 Vanvolkenburqh, Wm. R.. 429 Varnadoe, Roberl L., 368 Varner, Donald W., 442 Varner, Terry D., 442 Varney, Al M., 471 Vasquez, Augusfo, 416 Vauqhan, James T., 357 Vaughan, John M., 429 Vaughn, David E., 416 Veafch, John M., 416 Veafch, Roberf A., 461 Veazey, Thomas G., 461 Vecchio, Richard M., 376, 442 Vendrell. Alex H., 416 Vereen, Harvey B., 416 Verlander, C. A., 462 Verlander, Cary D., 462 Wall, Wm, Edgar, Jr., 462 Wallace, Arch L., 442 Wallace. Michael D., 429 Wallace, Nelson Wm., 285 Wallace Sfephen J. 462 Wallac Wallac e, William T., Jr., 164 Wells, Charles E., 442 Wells, Clifford D., 329 Wells, Howard R.. 297, 417 Wells, Joseph E., 429 Wells, Wells Michael L., 442 Roberf D., 442 Welman, Glenn E., 462 Welsh, Walfer M., 417 Welsher, Terry L., 462 Waller, Timofhy E., 462 Wallis, William B.. 303,429 Walls, Charles L., 442 Walsh, James L.. Jr., 442 Walsh, William L., 442 Walfers, Allen J., 111,416 Walfers, James C., 462 Walfers, Lawrence E., 257, 259, 416 Walfers, Thomas E., 429 Walfers, Wayne M., 462 Walfher, Daniel E., 416 Walworfh, Jimmy H., 442 Warburfon, Roberf E., 442 Ward. Cecil R., Jr., 429 Ward, Enoch, 416 Ward, Gary P., 442 Ward, Henderson C., Jr., 442 Ward, Jerry J., 373,462 Wenzel, Ronald D., 442 Werfman, Jay L., 442 Wesley Founclafion. 246-249 Wesley, Joseph T., 251, 417 Wesf, Michael L., 442 Wesf, Roberf L., 443 Wesl, Sfephen O., 429 Wesf, William C., 111, 429 Wesfberry, Hugh H., 361,443 Wesferman, Richard V., 472 Wey, John D., 462 Whafley, Marcus E., 443 Whafley, Michael G.. 357, 462 Wheeler, Charles A., 462 Wheeler, James D., 462 Whelan, David L.. 336. 262,443 Whisnanf, Richard A., 472 Whife Harvey G., 443 Ward, Kennefh J., 373, 429 Ward, Wallace W., 471 Ward, William H., 111,462 Ward, William S., 429 Ware, Roberf L., 342 Waring, Gordon W., 462 Warnock, Roberl' Wm., 285, 429 Warren, Harry C., 164 Warren, James A., 285 Warren, John D., 442 Warren, William D.. Jr., 442 Warringfon, Charles S., 179, 462 Warshaw, Jerry D., 416 Waschka, George A., Jr., 298 Washburn, Roberf G., 364, 462 Waskey. Andrew J. L., Jr., 270, 416 Wafers, Herberf L., Jr., 462 Wafers, John L.. 416 Wafers, Paul H., 442 Wafkins, David G., 416 Whife, James M., 257, 259, 417 Whife, Larry S., 462 Whife, Michael M., 417 Whife, Randall R., 462 Whife, Roberl' M.. 472 Whife, Roland H., 462 Whife, Ronald H., 462 Whife, Ronald T., 443 Whife, Thomas A., 443 Whife, Tyrus M., 417 Whife, Wallace E.. 417 Whife, William l"l., 462 Whife William O. 443 Whifehead, Earl J., 417 Whifehead, Harlan D., 361,462 Whifehead, Howard R., 307 Whifehursf. Wm. A., Jr., 320, 443 Whifener, Michael K., 462 Whifley, Carl W., 417 Whifley, Ronald J., 462 STUDENT INDEX-Confinued Whifmire, Derrick L., 462 Whifmire, Ronald N., 443 Who's Who in American Colleges, 250. 251 Wicks, Laurie D., 443 Widdice, Bobby D., 472 Wienlcoop, Glenn R., 373, 443 Wigfall, Roberf T., 417 Wiggins, Charles L., 443 Wiggins, Lehmon B., 429 Wiggins, Roberf L., 443 Wilbanlcs, William W., 462 Wilborn, Barney G., 462 Wilcox. Arfhur M.. Jr.. 309 Wilcox, Douglas J., 418 Willis, Lenford N., 463 Willis, Sfeven M., 463 Willoughby, Ralph H.. 429 Wills, David B., 418 Wills, James R., 463 Williams Wilcox, Wilder, Wilder wiidai Eric D., I64 George M., 462 Michael E.. 277, 298, 443 Ronald E., 462 Wiley, James Wm.. 462 Wiley, Susan L., 443 Wilhelm, Barry R., 418 Wilhife, Boliver H., 462 Wilkes. Wilkes, Wilkes, Willces, Willces. Willey. Elisha M., 111,429 Gerald J., 462 Gregory C., 288, 179, 462 James A., 418 John C., Jr., 443 Randy A.. 462 Williams, Bruce H., 316, 462 Williams Williams Vlfilliams Williams Williams Williams Williams Williams Williams Williams , Clarence O., 443 , Colquirf L., 257, 261, 264,418 , David H., 462 , David L., 443 . David M., 462 , Dennis M., 443 , Donald L., 443 , Edward L., 472 , Franlc R., 462 . Gordon E., Jr., 443 Williams, Hensley C., 462 Williams, J. R., 472 Williams, James T., 463 Williams, Jimmy F., 463 Williams, Joel C.. 463 Williams, John A.. Jr., 463 Williams Williams Williams , John C.. Jr.. 443 ,John Q.. Jr., 443 ,John R., 263,429 Williams, Larry E., 179, 463 , Maryon J., Jr., 257. 263, 429 Williams Williams, McRea F.. 443 Williams, Michael B., 443 Williams, Michael C., 443 Williams. Michael G., 429 Williams, Neal M., 277, 262,443 Williams Williams Williams Williams , Norman W., 463 , Olin A., 418 , Roloerf D., 443 , Samuel A., 429 Williams, Thomas H., 418 Williams, Thomas L., 418 Williams, Thomas M., 257, 263, 418 ,William E., 418 Wilson Cafherine L., 418 Wilson Frank M., 463 Wilson, George M., 443 Wilson Wilson . John l..., 111, 266, 4-29 .Johnny A., 307,463 Wilson Kennefh W.. 332 Wilson Lefha L., Jr., 443 Wilson Peler H., 463 Wilson Ralph B., Jr., 285, 429 Wilson Wilson Wilson Wilson Sfephen S., 262. 443 , Thomas, 419 ,Thomas F., Jr., 463 William 267 418 Wilferdinlc, Meredifh, 443 Windsor, William D., Jr., 429 Wingo, Charles M., 463 Wingo, lvey B., 463 Wingo, Marshall D., 419 Winlcler, John Parlc, 419 Winship, William Dale, 312 Winfers, William L., 419 Wirf, Charles R., 463 Wirz, Brian M., 307, 463 Wise, Wm. R., Jr.. 373 463 Wiseman, Philip M., 303 Wifhingfon, Anfon S., 298 Wrighf, Hillary T., Jr., 419 Wrighf, James L., 357 Wrighf, Joe T., 357 Wrighf, Michael L., 443 Wrighf, Richard D.. 182 Wrighf, Roberf B., 463 Wrighf man John M., 288 5 . Wu, Der C., 472 Wyclcoff, James A., 429 Wyclcoff, John S.. 443 Wylie, Alice M., 419 Wylly, Roberf L., 111, 277, 307. 419 VVynn, Jaclc L., 288, 463 Wyonf, Larry C.. 429 Wyss, Lawrence K., 419 Wyzga, Michael A., Jr., 309, 4 Williamson, Eldrid G., 463 Williamson, Joseph S., 357,443 Williamson. Lowell A.. 463 Willis, Carey N., 429 Wiff, David E., 281 Wiffen, Marlc S., 325 Woelfl, Larry D., 443 Woicilc. James F., 303 Wold, James W., 259, 267,419 Wolfe, Richard C., 179, 463 Womack, Dennis R., 463 Wood. Jesse M., 463 Wood, John T., 309, 463 Wood, Roberl' E., Jr., 463 Wood, Sfeven A., 463 Wood, Thomas L., 443 Woodall, Michael T., 329, 179 Wooda11,Timo+hy M., 164 Woodard, James 1., 463 Wooddy, Joseph L., 179, 463 Woodhull, Maury T., 463 Woodlee, Richard H.. 257, 259. 419 Woodruff, James R., 419 Woods, Daniel F., 316 Woodward, George C., 429 Woodward, James D., 429 Woodward, Richard H., 329, 443 Woolf, Alan M., 429 Woolf, Wm. W., 463 Woolley, Herberl' C., 443 Woofon, Jan R., 429 Workman, John W.. 463 World Sfudeni Fund, 242 Worsham, David R.. 429 Worfh, Jaclc J., 270, 464 Wren, Douglas E., 443 Wren, Tyler E., 463 Wren, Walfer A., 419 Wrenn, Richard A., 312 Wresfling, 196 Wrighf. Brian D., 329, 262, 443 Wright Douglas W., Jr., 364, 429 Yaffe, Roberf J., 281 Yalcsh, Michael C., 463 Yale, John R., 463 Yamauchi, Toyolcofo, 429 Yancey, James W., 419 Yang, Ping P., 472 Yao, Shyh F., 472 Yarborough, Thomas S., 419 Yarborough, Vicfor A., 463 Yarbrough, Larry B.. 443 Yafes, Pierce A., 352, 197 Yawn, Larry M., 429 Y-Cabinef, 229 2 43 Yeargan, Vicfor B.Jr., 369,443 Yearfa, George M., 463 Yeh, Ling. 268, 472 Yehsalcul, Phongsalc D., 463 Yelcalis, Sfanley E., 463 Yen, Yu P.. 443 Yocum, Charles E., 419 Young, Allen M., 419 Young, Arfhur R., 463 Young, Charles T., 429 Young, Charles W., Jr.. 419 Young, Howard M., 443 Young, Michael M., 303,419 Young, Raymond W., 443 Young, Roberf L., 257,429 Young, Roy V., 463 Young, Vicfor Y. C., 419 Youing, William S., 443 Younger, Phillip E., 429 Youngner, Jim M., 429 Zagarola, Sfephen W., 463 Zahrn, Thomas W., 443 Zalanfis, Paul N., 463 Za1mai,Ghu1am J., 463 Zampell, Roger J., 373, 463 Zaralc, Raul A., 419 Zarovslcy, Michael A., 325 Zawoyslcy, Ronald J., 179, 463 Zeman, Sfephen M., 443 Ziclcos, James F., 288 Zimmer, Lawrence E., 373, 189 Zimmerman, Franlc A., 463 Zimmerman, Milce E., 316. 443 Zirczy, Geza N., 443 Zirin, Lawrence A., 325, 463 Zodrow, Chrisfopher N., 443 Zoolz, Glen E., 419 Abco Builders Arisiocraf Ice Cream Armco Mefal Producfs Div. R. S. Armsirong 8: Bro. Co. Aflan-la Sand and Supply Co. A1'lan+a Temdile Machinery Co. Waller Ballard Opfical Co. Barge Thompson, Inc. Bri'Hain Dining Hall Brooks-Allison Co. Canada Dry Capifal Aufomobile Co. The Coca-Cola Company College Inn Cone Mills Corp. LIST OF ADVERTIZERS Conlrlin Tin Pla'1'e 81 Mefal Co. Coi-lon Producers Associafion Dunlap 81 Co. Dux-Mixiure Hardware Co. Ebcap Supply Co. Engineer's Boolrs-lore Fox Theafre Gaspar-Ware Sfudios Georgia Blue Prin+ Co. Georgia Tech F. Graham Williams Co., Inc. lrvindale Dairies, Inc. Ivan Allen Co. MacDouga1d Consiruefion Co. Mon1'ag's Nafional Lead Co. Newcomb 8: Boyd Po'Her 8: Rayfield, Inc. Ralph Cannon Roberi' 8: Co. Specially Disfribufing Co. J. P. Sfevens Engraving Co. Toledo Scale Top of 'lhe Mari' Thompson 8: Co. The Varsify Yancey Bros. Co. Yorlc's Recrea-Hon Parlor 'But Q 4 gs 5 NIKONF .uw ' -,C..aq,., '- lf, As: - f2,fzg:0 0- . ,J ..,,,'-',,...-' 1,1 . - .xv 'TA 519 5.-", -,-igpfig.. -, . ' J" 4, 5 1 , . ,H . A I ' ' 'Q-,?.. r' pa I '.I . !'4j I,- ,r" V ,L A"vr V .A , I A A Photo Credits DELOYE BURRELL iii-Photography Editor-Research, De- partments, Department Heads, Fraternity Group Shots, General Fraternities, Organizations, Baseball, Basketball, Cross-country Track, Golf, Gymnastics, Intramurals, Soccer, Swimming, Track, Tennis, Varsity Football, Wrestling, Breaker Pages, General Campus Shots, Publications, Sports Color, Beauties Color, Campus Color, Fraternities Color, Research Color, Homecom- ing Color JOHN OWEN IZI-Assistant Photography Editor-Depart- ments, Department Heads, Special Campus Shots in Senior Section, General Fraternities, Organizations, Basketball, Intra- murals, General Campus Shots STEVE LYLE 631- Departments, Department Heads, Fraternities, General Campus Shots, Organizations, Intramurals RICK JOHNSON I-il-"In Memoriam" Page, Departments, Department Heads, General Campus, Construction, Fraternities, Organizations, Baseball, Track, Freshman Football ED MATHIS ISI-Departments, Department Heads, Organiza- tions, Fraternities JIM MARTIN T61-Departments, Department Heads, Organi- zations, Fraternities, Intramurals BILL STRICKLAND T71-Fraternities BILL CHILDRESS TBI-Departments, Department Heads, Fra- ternities, Organizations, Baseball, Track, Soccer, Some Varsity Football, Freshman Football, Publications, General Campus Shots, Campus Building Color, Some Homecoming Color JOHN OGBURN l9l-Fraternities NOT PICTURED: TERRY BANKS- Departments, Department Heads DIANE DIXON - BLUEPRINT Staff Picture NEAL GILCHRIST-Departments, Department Heads, Fra- ternities, Organizations, Intramurals, Track, Baseball, General Campus Shots, Some Varsity Football ELLIOTT KARLIP-Fraternities BARRY MATHIS - Dedication Picture BRUCE MILLER-Departments, Department Heads, Frater- nities, Organizations, Intramurals, Track, Baseball, General Campus Shots JIM OLIVER-Fraternities MIKE THOMAS - Departments, Fraternities BILL WISE-Departments, Department Heads, Fraternities, Organizations, Intramurals WMM? 'nl .f 5 4 5 NFA . Mar X 5 5 5 K fl. Av ' A Y 1 t .- I l My wx a , ,, .W . 0 43' ' f .5 ,. ,, se-- X vm. L ,"f'f . ,.. , I '..J 'I 2 3 4 5 6 7 jim Oliver 8. Rich Cook Editor-in-Chief Editor S A Year on the Hill Fred Hedrick 9. Deloye Burrell Academics Editor Barry Mathis Cover Design Tom Fletcher Assistant Academics Editor Rusty Rheams Organizations Editor Dan Tarkington Sports Co-Editor David Crockard Sports Co-Editor Photo Editor Richard Bates Greek Editor Ron Ogletree Associate Editor Dean Eugene Nichols Associate Dean of Students Mrs. Dean Nichols Dean Nichols' Boss Scott Nichols Tax Deduction an -Z as. Epilogue: "How are yo Cruising at 30,000 feet to Dallas, Texas for the check of the final proofs, I look back a year ago when I was selected to be editor of BLUEPRINT 1967. Generally, this is con- sidered an honor, but anyone who has held such a position knows that this is a sly method of punishing some unexpecting soul. When the word began to leak out that the Publication's Board had scraped the bottom of the barrel, I was constantly con- fronted with the question of "How are you going to do it?" The reason for such a morale building question is simple. I had plans of producing this yearbook along with a full load on The Hill and still put in my standard twenty hours of work at the Research Station. My answer - "I can do it, if I have a good staff." Well, the book will come out as scheduled and hopefully being better than ever, and by using a little logic, you can easily deduce that I didn't have a good staff, but a great staff. Please hold your applause until later when I recognize each staff member individually. But first let me discuss the previous 525 pages. From the first Monday night staff meeting when I issued the traditional challenge for the best BLUEPRINT ever, many problems, changes, and ideas occurred such that sometimes I wondered whether the book would meet my satisfaction and also the printer's deadline. However, everything turned out for the best so I guess the expe- rience wasn't so terrible after all. Three aspects of yearbook production were emphasized to the nth degree. First was a record of the year. I tried not only to capture the events and accomplishments that occurred this past year, but also the feelings and philosophy of the students as well. Second was the student. Too often yearbooks are just looked at and never really enjoyed by the person who shelled out the "clams" for its production. Third was the graphics. Basing my beliefs on the old theory that a good idea will never sell unless it is well presented. Many new changes were incorporated in the book, from the new angle for the color section to the "mod" fraternity pictures. It would be almost impossible to list all of the changes I made, but one thing for sure, there existed a definite reason for each and every one. Now for the issuing of medals to my staff and other assorted individuals who helped make the BLUEPRINT 1967. The first and U going to do it?" largest medal goes to Dean Nichols, known as "Super Dean'f in the sanctum of the BLUEPRINT office, for more enthusiasm and understanding than I could have asked. Sec- ond to Ed jones and Fred Koger of Taylor Publishing Company for service far beyond the call of duty. Probably the most significant factor in the overall production of the book was David Driskell, my Managing Editor. Dris- kell not only handled his job superbly, but also the numerous other tasks I asked of him. Ron Ogletree carried the prestige title of Associate Editor, but was stuck with all the crummy jobsjthat I didn't want. Deloye Burrell, ace-photographer and Photo Editor, kept me constantly worried, but some how always came through. Rich Cook, yearbook "Boy Wonder," took the new position of editor of "A Year on the Hill" and pro- duced it as if it was second nature. Fred Hedrick and assistant Tom Fletcher allowed me to get some sleep by not having to worry about the Academics section. Dan Tarkington, football enthusiast, and David Always Dependable Crockard produced the Sports section for their second straight year. Richard Bates and noble assistantlohn Keys spent their weekends running around At- lanta organizing the fratty group shots. Rusty Rheams was stuck with the most dif- ficult section, that of the uncooperative or- ganizations. Mike Hinson began as a man- agerial assistant and ended up as Honoraries Editor. Barry Mathis, close friend and Au- burn student, designed the cover and end- sheets as well as always willing to help me with the graphics employed in this book. My appreciation also goes to Bob Wal- lace for introducing me to Optima type, Steve Lyle and john Owen for spending their spring holidays in the darkroom, Caspar-Ware studios for dependable ser- vice, Carol, Sandy, Pat, Ruth Ann, and Mar- garet for many hours of typing, Woody Woodruff for the ad section, the TECH- NIQUE and RAMBLER staff for their con- stant harrassment, and Bill Childress, ren- egade photographer. I am sure there will be many different opinions concerning the quality of this book, but two things are for sure,1J I thor- oughly enjoyed being editor of BLUEPRINT 1967, 25 I do have the world's longest epilogue. -JIM OLIVER IN MEMORIAM STUDENTS Stephen M. Acevedo Stuart R. Burns Richard H. Clotworthy Billy joe Everett john S. Gage Robert Ludagriene'r Robert Allen Moore Frank Pang Alton C. 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A few week-end beach par- ties broke the long, hot weeks of study, and many a game of golf was played to relieve the tension from quizzes. Atlanta was plagued by many labor strikes and a small racial riot, while the state was being entertained by the Governor's race. X. 4 . fd y, ,i '54-YI.- f'?cf+'s -'31, r fm AH. I ws, '. , Sgpzlsf- Q. nu L , .135 f "nj :fgf xf , f ' ,e.-y-'-' 2 M, b ' hm-..g f- , . 1 ya-A3 ' K A , iii? x Tiff 3 Co-ops Give Boost to If given half a chance, summer quarter could have easily been a dead quarter as far as student activities goes, but fortunately the Co-op Club didn't allow this. The poor Rats forced straight into college out of high school were given a chance to give their first "good ole college try" as they were matched against a band of brave faculty members on Co-op Day. The freshmen were soon taught the science of making good grades as the umpires seemed to give all the breaks to the faculty in the softball game. However, the Sack Race, Three- Legged Race, and Pie Eating Contest did give the Rat a chance for a little individual effort. The Miss Perfect Lips Dance high- lighted the social calendar as the "Long Hot Summer" came to a close. RIGHT: Pie Eating Contest gives a chance for a Rat to display his athletic ability. Summer Quarter I ge M K Xxx f x X' K- -' .' ,I ,f X ABOVE: The Englishmen provide the music for Miss Perfect Lips Dance. LEFT: Miss Maribeth Gresham, Miss Perfect Lips. fy- hA,- ,Q 1 wg: - . ' ' I , I ' " la . ' . , Lvl. V, 5541 4 '.r:'.,,Q-f'Sb2'l2 ' N V .3 1.5:-.,:.g,v,,g A. ' - ,"-141. 'Qz .l"1-P-'Au -' :LL 2 gig T V2 . 5 x 5. L , . K pig 3 fi ' Z 4 S 3 ' X X, In t ' , rv? fr-' M 3. 'Q ' kt., I ' f 'J' in . ' X 4 if . .. f' - ,-z, t I If T 52 Q b' , , 'R-gf' ' ' an Callaway Gardens Site of Fifth Annual Leadership Conference ' v., . E355 - -QQ . avwsms-:www-:-A:.ffv 1-A rf " 1 EQ' The need for leadership is always present in society, and the development of young men as leaders is an integral part of the educational process. Supporting this devel- opment, Sigma-Y-Phalanx sponsored its Fifth Annual Leadership Conference last September. Student, faculty, and adminis- trative leaders conferred for three days at Callaway Gardens on the needs, problems, and direction of leadership for the many campus organizations at Tech. The topics of discussion mainly centered around the responsibility of leaders, communication needs, and goals to be accomplished in the coming year. Perhaps the most significant outcome of this conference was the creation of the student radio station, WREK-FM. That this conference provided the atmosphere to recognize a void in campus activities, and the impetus to fill this void, is evidence of the value of Leadership Conferences to the campus community. FAR LEFT: Arthur Trabant newly appointed Vice President of Academic Affairs speaks to BMOC's. V W? 4 e We :fi W 415' ,,f I td! . V, 1 in-, U X, , . .lv 8,15 - ...Ji ,'-.5' VJF' ' Q w U' 'L ,051-u-,,, jk ,f E. , A, 'f ' XY' f' . H..-Q , ' A 1 W' 'Q 'ff 4-Q , ,JW .1 - f : 'ff 1 v N5 '52 L . 4 V ' . ' I 1 ar is 1-, 4, ' - . r' P 9 ' " T I I V.. "s- if.. 56 I - 0 1 p 1 ' I-. , Tar tg! -I Ut at ' Q - ef' .K ll 4 je-Q-r f' Bl J if 91 'Yi . ,ips . A .. L I nfs--fl, fn 'G F LEFT: Counselors swamp Rats in traditional football game. BELOW: Counselors keep eye on Rats as speaker talks of the years to Come, BELOW: LEFT: Tech Rats jeer visiting Georgia Rats. BOTTOM: Freshman gets his tirst taste of Scotties at the joint Scott-Tech freshman dance. T4 T4 'A "Til lb v 'I an A .f.Z1-t ,vw 1 41 I- . ,,-vw 4 f .L..f.. 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With the onslaught of students this fall came plaid pants, and thus another UGA fad hits the big city. Registration occurred, as registration usually tends to do, and Techmen begin their daily seige of the Hill. Even though Fraternity men arrived at school almost a month before classes started to paint and cover up all the holes, they never seem to be quite ready for Rush. All night work parties, all night ball meetings and all night aching smile mus- cles characterize Rush. However, all things tend to even out as Pledge Sunday comes and each Fraternity welcomes its new life- blood. A few weeks later fledging pledges are seen raking leaves and recovering up all of the holes. On fall afternoons the jocks ride to prac- tice in their shiny new GTO's, and on Saturday afternoons they are seen riding on the shoulders of idolizing Freshmen. The Yellow jackets won nine straight games and lost only to their old nemesis, Georgia. Along with football came dates and waiting continued .-Z :fx If K' w 1 ,Q 1' i. 1' .- - ' .N 7 it ll 1 vl""" If 54 v. . ,K Ps 1. w.4.H ...,. 1-fa ff. A ,.,,.-.V , .V ,X , I s-.,. .. va.. .9 .- 1:-1-2 1 --4 Zz, 2 Vg.. , Fall QCONTINUEDJ in line for date tickets. The lines were sel- dom less than five blocks long, and, al- though everybody wanted tickets to the Penn State and Tennessee games, most peo- ple ended up with tickets to the Virginia and Tulane games. Football season brings a Tech certainty - Homecoming, and with it another Tech certainty-rain. The displays were color- ful, the wrecks were as gaudy as ever and the Homecoming Dance was a big flop- as usual. This year Homecoming was marred by torrential rain. The KA's summed up the feelings of everybody with their Home- coming Display, a piece of plywood which lamented, "Forget it, Thanks nature! Wel- come Alumsf' ' Ex-governor Carl Sanders broke ground on Tech's new eleven story Graduate Addi- tion to the Library. Work on the Addition, added to the other construction projects, created a din which did wonders for study- ing throughout the campus. There is much to do during fall quarter besides study. Many people, realizing with the issuing of de- ficiencies that it was too late to start study- ing, vowed, "next quarter l'm going to make a 4.0." l I,- iffi 1:11 '1, nl -'11 V ' - Q11 l ,,. pu., ,J .- ... j w it L. -4 1 M . . . ng, Q , , ' 1 - A ' . ,N O , ' , x .n 1 'as , b ,,,l's I ' - xi- r ' 1 e f "" F' 4. , - - S 4 -.4 ' - r A " ' '-,- ' V Ls' R: he.-are ,I qi, U. I.. -taxing -, vw- 3 ' H5 1 Y ,q'.j'i X :...+ -- -r ' X 4. n r st. , ., T' 'Q :sy -Z-.1 -'fl i t x .X I ve, w ' J! -M 1- . 'Q' XJ X, v.u?a .,f -96,4 h r A .?'1,, . ' I 4.5 ,b .,v , iv X , ,gffwe A ne.-, -A 1, 4 -rx I.. pg v,fl.y A4 Hut. , 0-fx. 3 ,Q-1 .v-iz, ,Q .'- g - 5 mf- 'P .A-'Just vw-."'s fm'--"-1 -T-2' .,.A - i X. Q, I FY 1, J tggia.. -1- , .E T, S. , ' r 'f I .if :I . .Hay ifvsggqgzl. img wr-if f, .-ww., Nha . us -,.:7-. f K ,I Qi -,'1'v X.: ,,1.-'.. K ., ABOVE: A bicycle solved the problem of walking from fraternity to fraternity for this Rat. RIGHT: Dean Purser speaks to the Freshmen at their first all-class meeting. d'50Ufi'f4!5 53192-96704 4 "Abandon All Hope Ye Who Enter Here" To ensure Tech's always having a fresh- man class thoroughly oriented in the opera- tions of the Institute and experts on its grand and glorious traditions lb. s.l, the freshman class reports to school in the fall a week earlier than anyone else. At their first all-class meeting, amicable Mr. Carmichael wins their total friendship with, "Please meet the gentleman on your left. Within four years he will have dropped out of Georiga Tech." Dean Kohler tells them of the merits of Fraternities, Dean Purser ex- cites them with the desirability of dorm- living and the new lDCgand Dean Dull wins them with the merits of staying in school. Thoroughly bewildered with their first brush with the institute, the freshmen set out to canvass the campus. They discover the Varsity, the Greasy Spoon, Stan's and Brittain Dining Hall- in that order. But in solitary walks across the campus, a fresh- man discovers, now that Mom and Dad aren't pounding into him the merits of a higher education, that he too wants to get a degree and, "by Damn, this place couldn't be all that hard . . X' ABOVE: Orientation week offers the freshmen plenty of time for solitary walks on the Hill. ABOVE RIGHT: Some freshmen braved even the hardest rain to cheer for Tech at the Homecoming Pep Rally- but then a few didn't. ' Greeks Put On Smile- Here We Go Again Fraternity life is the only way to fly, ac- cording to the men who belong to them at Tech. To discover the truth behind this boast, nearly a thousand apprehensive rushees began in the open houses to try to sell themselves to the fraternities, who were equally apprehensive about selling themselves to the rushees. The Greeks showed their partying ability with big-name bands, cowboy and African parties and Cant-Weejun parties. And then at inter- mission: Hgimmieaonegimmieatwo! . . . "hottietoddiegoda'mightywhothehelll" There are twenty-eight fraternities at Tech and, with this large number, almost everyone who rushes finds a bag in which he can be himself. This year 736 men did just that. qs L! 'X-Q agp... K 1. . 'ml ,1- 1 ,rr-fn 'A i Wigs . ' H ' in . V -f . x ,. -, x 4- V x X.. . r. , Qf?R'z' Q K , -x,-A .iilwggg X -J" 1 . , , . Iv Q' x 'n VX? I R i4n'.,kgg 1 no f cfm -1 ,Xa W" B, -F U' 'N W .V .4 5 if .. -if i if if Lx' 5 vm.. -'rv 'fa .- L r I . 5? :, n i"l' Q: x -- 1 X 3 vu ' 5 I 5 I The present trend in college yearbooks is the elimination of the traditional dedica- tion of the book to some favorite dean, professor, or successful alumni. This is easily understood when one stops and con- siders the size of most colleges and univer- sities and how difficult it would be to select one person out of many who have done so much for each institute. The BLUEPRINT 'I967 staff supports this trend. However, when a man of such dedication and recog- nition as Colonel Frank F. Groseclose steps down as the Director of the School of Industrial Engineering, this can not be over- looked. Colonel Groseclose was director of the School of Industrial Engineering since its founding twenty years ago and has developed it into one of finest in the na- tion. It would almost be impossible to list all of the honors and positions he has held and received during his years of service to his profession and Georgia Tech. There is one award that must be mentioned which he received on May 26, 1966 at the annual meeting of the American Institute of lndus- trial Engineers. The award, the highest and most esteemed given by the'AIIE, was the Frank and Lillian Gilbreth Industrial Engi- neering Award presented by his long-time friend Mrs. Lillian Gilbreth. The dedication of BLUEPRINT 1967 is but a small token of the student's appreciation for what Colonel Groseclose has done for the Georgia Insti- tute of Technology. - , AM. N 1 A x I 171 rf 3 ,x w -. E -1 3 N N. s.., 1' 1- . . 5 3 ' Av , . 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A ,MI ,W -x-- f - 1 . , .... - a f 4'-.' ix. ,,' -.1 5 . . , v.. rf.- - '- f lt... ,-1 3 A ,, :.,i, .P . -,. V X , A .. - 'ff- Homecoming: Beauties, Displays, Wrecks . . . And Rain This year's successful Homecoming was an integration of several activities which were summed into a kaleidoscope of color and pageantry. Nancy McLean, pert sen- ior from Agnes Scott College was selected as Homecoming Queen. Her court con- sisted of Phi Delta Theta"s Nancy Sias, a shapely stewardess and Sigma Nu's Louisa Turnbull, first runner-up for the title of Miss Georgia. The Homecoming Concert fea- tured The Four Preps andthe Homecoming Dance rocked out with the Tassels and Les and Larry Elgart. Monsoons hampered the more traditional parts of Tech's Home- coming. The Fiji's dripping display was chosen as the winner of that contest and, on the next day, the TKE's wreck slinked around Peterfs Park to capture the Ramblin' Reck trophy. Despite the rain, everything that traditionally is supposed to happen on Homecoming did happen and the result was a successful weekend . . . not to men- tion Tech's 21-O victory over hapless Penn State. LEFT The Four Preps entertain at the Homecoming Concert. ABOVE: The Homecoming Dance is gradually breaking down the old-guard ani- mosity and gaining popularity with the students each year. Displays: Chicken Wire Paper Tissue Nittany Lions After numerous consecutive years of hav- ing to design a Homecoming display around either the Duke Blue Devils or the Tulane Greenies, a welcomed change occurred this year as the Nittany Lions of Penn State were Tech's opponents for the Homecom- ing game. Rain on Friday almost proved disastrous, but yards of polyethlene saved the day. Dormitories for the first time gave the fraternities stiff competition in trying to build the most impressive display. "Tech Strikes Again, Lions Lose Their Minds" was the theme of the winning display built by the Phi Gamma Delta. Sigma Chi, Alpha Epsilon Pi, and Phi Epsilon Pi took the next three places respectively. A-ff. ., lv . . -M3,y'ff"'i"Q,fL"u' - 3 tb. plkw 4 J-' . ' .v .. X' :,.-.1 Q- Q s fate. v 1 G I B i ' 'Y f VAN Ng' 1, -V? rj' - s Q J?N'Kx- ' " ' 've A 4 I , . ..., 1 -. -,x..' ui-R, X . li. N, I VT Hv x -rx. .ri .sri 'x f ff A hkihlff Yi 'J 4 . tif' 'if ,, i. LCOME FANS '. f--ff -" - -iff ""'?'i., I.. ... ' " l Y E 5 -st, .Z Q, pq . , ., W ,iii 'fl H. .4 5 fi Q A Q. ' .xg ,,.',1-.fa l , 1 , . J 4 -'F 1 JA 9565, A -it xii ie il if, iff tim J ,fy-' 'FF fills- .Tig 'V l if-4 'f llliii "iii " . ' Qi, Fi' pg' I , Jill' c"3flyt.f L LEFT: Despite the monsoons, the SPE's came up with this imaginative display, ABOVE: The KA'5 capture the mood of a wet Homecoming. RIGHT: The Phi Delts begin work on their oil derrick. which will "Drill Penn State!" TOP: Flll display wins color TV set for first place. f . BELOW: Phi Kappa Tau engineer finds being the driver is not always so pleasant. RIGHT: KA mounts the ever present Confederate flag their revolving motor driven wreck. 1 -'FSI' ' X ,Mr ,- .. .l, ' , 'I I F , , any A f ni-' . in 5 , - H' I ii . M'-g . 4 , ,. ,u:K X , ,Q K A Y . fn- fr, - Nw tetwgvz , A- ,f . I-I? in rw gm 'n ' 'W L - ww- - ' T 9 Xl j 'H Y :Qin ' , i E' 5 jig ' l J . k Y . lp ,wifi H:-:'.-u!'i::' ' 951, .1 , S33 N V' E .RQ i . MIM V355 1,51 ,I si- .w -ps FIM! . V. V A -5.-rf ,N Pfirliffiifls 1 4 :X " R Ili, -15" 4 5, N .f,.r,l,j'iL,'!.' U- , . .A L 4 A J iv- Q 1.4 R s f ,-S f sit' -in-' ' . 351 Wig Forty Footer Captures Reck Trophy Saturday morning of Homecoming drew thousands of Atlantans as well as students to view the world's ugliest, but most amus- ing parade. Even after many years of this Tech tradition the frats and student organi- zations were still able to present unusual solutions which had to complete the Peter's Park Grand Prix endurance run. Tau Kappa Epsilon swept to victory with a five-axel, six wheel limousine. Driven by a two- engine-belt combination, the Teke's Reck featured an independent sliding back sec- tion in the forty foot machine. The Pan American Club took second place with their two truck, music montrosity, while Kappa Sigma and Alpha Tau Omega took third and fourth place respectively. The winning wreck became the property of the Carling Brewery under the new rules for a price of 5500, and will be displayed in parades and other promotional functions of the company throughout the nation. ABOVE: TKE's "mile long" first place entry makes its victorious trip around Peter's Park. xi- 4 4155! X -l :NW-ll, ' Qi ' 9"4 -Q 1 L vf. ff 10 1' - t M ' ' Ja .lf ' - I' Y " I I . -"Q I 1 . , ' FjT'l:'f3.,!'jy'-kj' i . . 0 . " .M A,. x .vie-if N' , F .1 ,q U 4. f 4 .- 5, Y .Y- .5 Y. lu -...H 'vw ,. Qu-if 151, lm' 1 1 I '- .xx N l .xi 7. 4 U5 5-5 ff ,. , M, lllhivg . x' Q A b " .33- f . . Tx ra , V' - 15.3. ,,. I , u .1 xr, , 4, . 1 3 .!.2.-' .1 i ' , , , I' ff v , "A, ' 1-rt ' I .-xY L -Qif 1 -t'- R f - , ' ' x -N U .,. N "ii v 1 ,,- wg. , ..-N1,TK ,. g,pH'ly7l,'4' 11981 Al I 1 FN 'Ks-if - -U4 --npl-weaver Football Season: "What Number Are We This Week?" Ill if far-S - 'Q ' N 5 I Q A a l ' 5jARES . QDUUI5 NOT i BUT BEAR l5 .45 ,A . 4,, I . l ..f-it if aawL+ With the football team compiling 80 points in the first two games and then go- ing on to defeat eighth ranked Tennessee over national television, the student body was sure this was the year for football. The important question became "What number are we this week," and after each victory chants could be heard of "We're number one." Alabama and the Orange Bowl be- came the students greatest desire hoping for a chance of revenge on Bear Bryant for his comments on the Tech style of football. The "Night Artist" managed to evade the Campus Security and paint the campus with slogans of "We want Bear anywhere," while the U. of A. campus was being show- ered with leaflets echoing the challenge. Fortunately the student's desire was ignored and Tech was invited to meet Florida in Miami. The season ended with a big dis- appointment-another loss to "Dooley's Dogsn ""-"W '- -f .,., - . ww- -..,-...g,. ,.,, - 2.1 ii. M"--Pr - 'f'x...::L- ,. - , .. ,, M- , ,.,,,.., ,A V -Am A-A J- AAA N . , ' l m 'M . + ',-.- ' ,"'N' a b ' -f - MM " fag' Q ' I I lu.. - .-i..1-,..-- -.1,.u::.,,. - V. M, ,A ,A.., .. ,,..A A, ' - ' 'J .-Lamp. .JFTP f. ..,,g.... -g,..A.A V,g,AA,, ' . 1 AA M' -- . ,A :-Z-'..L4 - -auf '- ' ,fn .- V Y 5 .,--... alan-, A A- .- I .- ...W..... ,,. -..,,..-'fl-'avg 9.j.,,,,,,,V - u,,RAS5V.L , ' , 4 I I. 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Greek jocks Dominate Fall Intermurals ! J ---- '- -.-.V H - - - Touch football at Tech is an awfully spe- cialized form of touch. Rose Bowl Field and Landis Field were occupied almost every Sunday afternoon this fall with both frat men and GDl's alike who sweated, cursed, and occasionally won for their re- spective organizations. ln the end, however, the powerful Gold League champions, the ATO's, defeated the White League champs, the Delta Sigma Phi's, and then went on to whip the best that the Tornado League had to offer, the Lamda Chi's, to capture the school intramural football championship. In other fall sports, the Delta Tau Delta's won the Volleyball championship, and the SAE's literally swam away with intramural swimming honors. Finally, in Cross Coun- try the Sigma Nu's finished first at the two mile Water Works course. Y ', 9""f' fo- ':g,.ar., JT'-lg: ' ...b xi: er la.. 78 if-Z ABOVE: Demolition ol the existing portion of the West Stands of Grant Field giveb the concrete pillars lifelike, animalistic forms. TOP RIGHT: The NASAE Space Science buildings are scheduled to be completed within the year. RIGHT and FAR RIGHT: The structural steel framework of the Graduate Addition to the Library requires precision and exactness, as well as cat-like steel workers. Construction: "lf I Had A Hammer" The impact of Tech's ambitious twenty year expansion program is already begin- ning to be felt throughout the campus. On the Hill, the eleven story Graduate Addition to the Library is the central gathering point for seven thousand budding engineers who direct the construction from the sidewalk. Being built on less exotic parts of the campus are NASA!S three Space Sciences buildings, the Radio-isotopes and Bioengi- neering Center, and the West Stands addi- tion to Grant Field. And, on cloudless days the new seven story Physics building can be seen. Recognizing the deep-rooted need for green spaces throughout the school, the campus architects have incorporated many parks and plazas into their plans. There are also rumors that many parking lots which presently cover the campus are to be painted green. ulhb' ., ,,l men-5-M , -f?!i?'.5'. H.: 1 Winter Quarter: Time Winter Quarter saw the Techman return to school in a daze over the rather embar- rassing defeat at the hands of Florida in the Orange Bowl. Nobody really knew what had happened. The blame was kicked around from offense to defense, to the coaches to the players. just think what would have happened if we had gotten the Bear, anywhere. As usual, when you got up for your 8:00 class, it was dark, and when you got back from your three to six lab, it was dark. The weather couldn't make up its mind whether it really was winter or not. One day would be semi-tropic, and the next sub-zero. Unlike the Spring when a young man's fancy turns to love, or the Fall when he turns to football, the winter saw the young Techman turn his back on Basketball. Qur sometimes brilliant, but sometimes not so brilliant, team received very little support from the students. Then all of a sudden in the middle of February, the spirit was re- vived. When the Number Two Basketball team in the nation, UNC, came to town, the students were ready for them and the team was ready also. The result-Tech 82-UNC 80. What more can you ask? The annual Student Body elections saw an independent break the ten year hold of continued 3 U In wifi! 4?-1? nz, h U.. . - ,nl , .vmgm , ,qv -,-4. .- . "N'bQ6G? ,ur 4 - . ' 1 ' "' iwsfk, Jfqfm-U' Q , I' qi 4. . 1' . 4 L 'f' YQ we 1' J b is he A I .u- 5 ws. 9 . , N5 ,5 4. 1. ' ,gk K. ,Y " - 0 f I o ' A., tix, log! F if an -1 1 - . - -A N er A .4 19 A' K -' ' x Hs? ,E . 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" "'-'1 -Q ww -2. 1' ., " wmv-:nur 7 -M -3 fv-.-if A " . V: . .14 f-m-.veg ! X Jeig, 45. 1, , 2: - gSSjQKTQ3f3E:J'? - P 5. V .X - ... 12Q-,..ix' EQE5. YT" ', -fr...g.c:.15-1-WQ'?j 5. -'-2'--Q' 7 1. - ' f--r""" -f A ' 'i Q K.. .f-- 'Nb ff' - i Winter KCONTINUEDJ fraternities on the Student Body Presidency when Sam Williams was elected. This same election saw co-ed Susan Clemmons try to fill the shoes of the Vice-Presidency, but the shoe didn't fit. Winter saw the return of females to the dormitory rooms -but this time in a legal manner through the work of the IDC and organized Open Houses. Keen interest was shown in the Gover- nor's race as confusion reigned until Lester finally won out. Among the first things he did was to raise his salary and lower the aid to education. lt just didn't pay to turn the Pickrick into a Placement Center, did it? When our beautiful asphalt campus reached the unbearable degree, the Tech- man migrated to the ski slopes of Gatlin- burg and Maggie Valley. Due to the weather the trips turned out to be mud skiing rather than snow skiing. Winter is the study quarter. But if every- body studied just think what that would do to the curve. Winter is also the beginning of the end for the BLUEPRINT staff. Such is life. V M ,Y V M- if-:1:u55.es:-Q 1.-ie? -..--- H .5 ,, 5 f " I lif t I It i, i """f::i'K 7 . ll A- mi .5-5: jfiQ.2?.' ', -- . -f.- 51547 J' , . "--i.5-.Zip-' V. , , , - , l 's f-ffljrffggi '--- , ., f wa 4 9.- X .g.z..,wEq5g5 :nn 1 Ng., N SQ m Q rf, fm. 4 ,KKK LEFT: The many brochures in the Placement Center give a Senior an opportunity to finalize his interviewing plans, BELOW: The new Georgia Tech Placement Center is Lester Maddox's old Pickrick. rum. . c - rx-- Y A 4 ...AMF ABOVE LEFT: Neal DeRosa, director of the Placement center, talks with a Senior about his future plans. RIGHT: The Placement Center lists summer job opportunities. LP' 'x 4- K i I Kr..-. x . ,, -'r"T I :QI - -:K 1' :l cm. -A 1 V-., .. f. 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The Betas tiptoed their way to first place in the Intramural Gymnastics Meet. They compiled 43M points to win. Trailing them were the TKE's, Pikes and Sigma Nu's. Led by Marshall Schreeder in the 'I45 pound class, the Phi Delts also captured the school wrestling championship. After four long weeks of preliminary matches, Phi Delta Theta overtook the TKE's on the last night of competition to win. , f P' W S , "" " ' A 4 D V - -I .... vi My x ,,,. if dn 86 1 XX ,S -14 P n, " . I ,Jr B .h J. LEFT: Against the Lamda Chis, the Phi Delts show their fast break, which won for them the School Championship. ABOVE: The Phi1Delts captured first place and the TKE's took second in the intramural Wrestling Tournament. FAR RIGHT: The Chi P5i's and Delta Tau Delta's tip off in the Intramural playoffs, x ' v LL - -4-'li , su -:JI-15,5 ff ", ? fffa-ff' ,. 'inf 4 Q A Q. ffm' '53 ., , ' ' ' .fi,1f:. .."' ,yu ,, 40 ,522 "'f' X 4 S 'gg-xg .'If.f" ,Wg Z., 1 , ,-auf' ,pu Q93 QA. 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Guys from Atlanta lamented the fact that they would be ex- terminated on the Freeways in their at- tempts to get home. And Guys from New York slept. By late in the afternoon all the snow had melted and with it all the big plans of Tech students. But winter had paid its yearly visit to Tech. uv'-3-'-f The Storage Problem of 7,000 Engineers And where are YOU going to live this quarter? There are the dorms. That is, if you have a sleeping bag and don't mind sleeping in front of Dean Purser's office . to get one. For the few who get dorm rooms the nearness to the Hill and the hotness of the water give them a competi- tive advantage over those who preferred to sleep. However, there is hope! When the new dorms are huilt across from the Teckrick, the Administration has promised to give each resident a map. 5,1 9 K There are always the fratty houses. Who cares if nohocly ever goes to sleep or that ' the housemother builds hirdhouses in her spare time. tfrom 1:15 to 61375 The artwork I in the head is worth it. And so informa- tive too! If you're really slick you're prohahly mar- ried and we all know how much fun that is. Lile is just a game of Monopoly, only with real money that sometimes gets aw- fully scarce. But, what the heck, it heats living in Techwoocl. And some people live in those nasty, lewcl old apartments. The dirty dishes and empty Varsity cartons asphyxiate manyg hut, what the heck, it heats living in Techwood. Y' sffia r- y? Q - A ABOVE RIGHT: The responsibility of raising a family often overshadows a married students studies. RIGHT: This addition to the lobby of Smith Dormi- tory is a result of the lDC's new open house policy. 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The punishment of having to repeat a course, possibly under the same prof, is usually sufficient stimulus to study. For the student who is fortunate enough to begin the finals with strong enough grades, the finesse is usually em- ployed by only exerting enough effort to maintain his present grade. The optimum finals schedule features an adequate spacing of a student's shaft finals, however, still allowing him to beat the rush to the beach. Pep pills and coffee become the main source of energy as the student body is transformed into an ex- hausted mass of glassy-eyed two-day-old beards. Reams of scratch paper are used for calculating the maximum and minimum point average after each exam. After the smoke has cleared and a sur- vey is made it is always the same story... the Tech shaft takes its toll and the com- puter drops you from school. he Finesse .ix -ue.1',, W. LK


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