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

 - Class of 1968

Page 1 of 520

 

Georgia Institute of Technology - Blueprint Yearbook (Atlanta, GA) online yearbook collection, 1968 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1968 Edition, Georgia Institute of Technology - Blueprint Yearbook (Atlanta, GA) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1968 Edition, Georgia Institute of Technology - Blueprint Yearbook (Atlanta, GA) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1968 Edition, Georgia Institute of Technology - Blueprint Yearbook (Atlanta, GA) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1968 Edition, Georgia Institute of Technology - Blueprint Yearbook (Atlanta, GA) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1968 Edition, Georgia Institute of Technology - Blueprint Yearbook (Atlanta, GA) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1968 Edition, Georgia Institute of Technology - Blueprint Yearbook (Atlanta, GA) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1968 Edition, Georgia Institute of Technology - Blueprint Yearbook (Atlanta, GA) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1968 Edition, Georgia Institute of Technology - Blueprint Yearbook (Atlanta, GA) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1968 Edition, Georgia Institute of Technology - Blueprint Yearbook (Atlanta, GA) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1968 Edition, Georgia Institute of Technology - Blueprint Yearbook (Atlanta, GA) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1968 Edition, Georgia Institute of Technology - Blueprint Yearbook (Atlanta, GA) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1968 Edition, Georgia Institute of Technology - Blueprint Yearbook (Atlanta, GA) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 520 of the 1968 volume:

.mr Ma, .....,., . V, - L ,, -. a-w1oanaa1!fx'1wam-aPffP'1k'1'--- X- L ,Y , arf-2:-1-rr-fs M 5. 'HY-lf-'WWW ,.- -f.- A1-- v-Y-1 g xx , ,. . vu- f - "UT5"" "5"u"7g2wQt ..,...,.,, . ., L-vb-M-1-:iS'f '4'rffw'ff"'4'H?A""1""'F"' ' 'k L N S Y +1 Sfgfff A XM 2 ' 3 , wf 1 -L m L H. vlfi 5 AG1' K ,A ,-Q11-i., 14 -,C ' ' , Y ,q.,.f'--,g',uf:1, 1? , , , - ., N, .1 :.gcgaikiks,-gifEpazsgafszlsi'-f V fx K ' U , ,: ,: V ,Q ,S A ,i .1,3:,gL1? fjiyjg 1? FgpiriiQigrgi:gVQi5E51!'31f1.gQ.35Q53 5gg,iEq,5gg-fray, -1-153:52 sz- mg-'-' 'wg 1,--,.,qf- Y Q g.J - - f . -. i ,.--,,- .gf-fwvk, L---2:41--'X'f"f E" 'T"'kri'1' Fifvizvkiziviihrf- 'I Q gjfq-'i'?f3 65231, : 1 - - - ' A M 'f-Z K. NH L ,MWA Ji M xx F. M- ,Q 1 " Q 'Q-1.56 :W I" mf1f1s.:.5,. f uf "Yi " 51i"W5", if'i::"1 -xg" , lv-gy 3 2-'r tgQ.:-4.551-WW,.w-agp,:,5,,L1g3.-,Q 1gy,g:f ,wg f. .:g.5if: 5 1s 2: w,,f, 1- .:nw,.,,..f,m,:' .3 V -W ., -if - 4 M, "'Tl-- . fr wa . " f - 1 5 ' -- f ,, MTM ! 1xC2' L'i +.f4'NZ1"1"'w3L af?'fLfv'- 21:20:11-gp,.43cS::5'f-':w'g--Tig.-4' 'sswafim'.lway-1f1fWas':v,21..',-541:-Fkkmm.u1p7'teffsf..-.Tw-V.nw , qgJ,,42q5w W,i ,.5w5 A. a 5df,3?,g,g, 4.3 ., Q55 F ik, all x,gTj.?3-:E ,. W WW , , .P I t , f,kg,., . , ,imf iy .nf 3,.. wry, ,,4F.g,,,r1.3wgg, 6 525.114, , .gw1fe,,5.,ug,,,.,,5g,n5,,,,.,,,i,.,,HQw I., qg, . , - 1 vf if QM , L AA, Q .,f,fw,:2r . Ae,,,+aQg,sg. ,W A .5 259.31 an .V ,M mmxx M . ne xlxx 1 . ,'5r,,.., M me ii-12 V, ,qnfgn Af, ., if ,E ,X-Y,-m..mv'57!W9i' fi-b, m1'a:ALl 'vfvfffvn-x : ff' ,S - -, 'fffwmrwa' , D A A-qs-fwizf A152214,fr,.'f::fii5f2'Jwfgibevfffif'N:f,++.wM':v-EW'---ff ml J f' 1 'f -as . - -5 l 1 " Biff .5 k2ai'.,1-fi - ' Z? '1.Z""W si' v , ,V WN Y 'f '- if-"' 'ir' ' - ,"'ffii""'E - , , A q V : -1. 1.4-4 fr ' f ' 'v-' fliiigqn 'I' -' f'4'1" 1 " 4,1 V- 3 -C:-'fl "M 4? 'iw 5,5 Jvgieg PM f '31, -A 'I 'f wif' 451515 oi' - 5 k 2 .M wi 4.52 K x ww ' Q fi? 4' 1-ew Wwww 1' fwffgx- w ff' L , 5232- Q H jk 1,5 Sf 'iw VN 2 ' vp 'PWM gr f xii' M Fw 1555 ,df f 1 X -A - ff si-?"'Gr7fg 1 3 V ' K 5 L' r 56 1 ,if x 'V :Wifi M' Hu, +, ,L M' ww.. . Ag- mf. ,mf-, f1,g?f1ft"v'f,f?.75.T'l1-7f1.f,g'.f ,Ham ., f' W : -L+? F? ., 5 .jam L: 1 A-J mga? .i,,5, ,:uT,n,,,17,w. ,y,.::,t:1Ci?fj. 1,171 . - .MM4,w4HA,wf,awmZgS4Mi9,4.iii ,Q5.,55S,Z. ,A , 11. gas, i 5 SH " 3 '1'1, i iw' V11 YY fjgrs. r , "Y r-- wgm ' M 32 ff M1 if 'QM 5 'iff lg 05 3 ti mf' M QU 'gf nqfiiiy ,PL ' '55, 'ii if M K' 'Hifi le fy 13 434 Q L1 5 J- ggi 1 if 4, Y ww 'QA xi aw' " ii' 1 1 v E if 1 'T .M 1' milf Wf M1317 .gifgifi 3 Q 2 , , 1. rf, ,M fb Ji' 3l"5YM gf 'f 49' ,153 1 if .. . .f . -Jw ., .1 .' .- APY f U' vyv-,yw-,xg-wbmil V X..,iqEf,a4:Q9,4Vg5,g,mf, ,1?'awfv.e-iffvffmavg-Q1w1,lf,nyf' v'amguM,f'e-Qsi1,5s5'i,H gfiz m nff'-.'L'aebQQz55.q 3f!sQzg.'iYf- lqaw ' - ' mm uf ii, fm -wi 1, Aw ggilwfff-Tff,g my,-fw,zaS,fifmg:xg1Q10fufQ,fGKm+WU:wfQ2g3sfl?Z 51,15 'a rf 1? 5 :xii Q ,mb -fw m wgi, mfg' Q "L""'3,i-,A 411.1 ,' 1-,114 yin' uv? f-1 J'gzhwigfv-mx?.4621-Eff2xP11fL'rchfu.-if-'tzmfzif-1,1Q Qmwffgfiwugf ,mm Mgr' - ' '-p f' -az:-Lg? Q: 1, N wf w aw ww " ,1 ' J4igxywluLh14.,56 ,f 11. 4,4 -m N. Aa A f 41- , , v,..f,, 4 , ,4,,,,1l.,gf'kf, in .,,X r 'L if 1,513 gmqiw of .1 Wm M xaye ,vim :- EI AQ UW il'y'7"1YyN'f,Q'1'?fN!"'1"fw'ff'53,5fwfff N 45' Q -P' A. x' 'h' 1-'D 1 Y V ET HP' +5 NV' 4 MP KU f 'Fifi 'ff 5 131 ' 'Pi A M 3 'AJ " Mgflw g' ' Q ' dH 'MM-rw -wef- , mug Mr- ,bd w -.1-V,-,I h rw wwf, f, fam v+.5',fQ fd ,puter ?31iVQ7,, 1- 16fEm,,mf, bdw fm , I 3:1 gi, M 4, ,, 4 M f glrfg .wg- X f WM 4 Q f fr., ra, 5 A fl 9 i MM ww +1 Q J ' ff at H af ,' 5 H?-1 A A f - 1 ' ,ef ., igxig-if-Q',.p,32321,51 .f ,inf ,252 , :WJg:.2r5:y5g3'.S54: W M gm 21- 13324 ,Jw ,am ,- ' 1931" ', 'w ',':vi3L-, fg ll " V w' 97533 M , f'f"m ?i:3"f'f5I"24f3'f i.ii:Vffi'5 f'h xV.':pX4"5:f'?'fi"fV YL N .:" ' ' 5 :Ai , "fx f, 1' 1 -iz f' 'Sf - 1 'Z , Fliiff : 'V' f 5 ' AH' H ,- "L L, ,,i:X'4"!e 'L 'A -, V M W Nm fig F? fppiilxi-A., 91621 W ,,f7'5+f"'? '3',?:gl5,f,fiaf el-4 KM gl, ',:,,?' "fly - .- 2 ,. : 1 W , , m g gtg! ,. . J, V, . - M , r --- nn-arf, f'1.Yf.,f.,Q.1.-1 L, .- i,-. ,.- ., use ' ,, Q 11-1 -, N., .., - -K: ff . . .1--. .M .. . ., , lv... , v f, - , - . 1 ,. nf. . '-fl?!vS'f??,?liIf.? RA? W -" A if 'ff?"'5f':fJf'?f'- 5 1'1S:.i'fk'3H - ' ' -5 'f K .. -f fr -Iylgi g f ,. 1 ' J "- 3' 'f' '. 'r ' "M V , A" TE" 1-wg , -, -3.5g1.1,,f, Ya-fn - 7?f4 ?jE?L:gfS35?515fi'ngfAf+4'i31i'f,fi?ii'15,f,e wg?:,qE,?f?3Q6'2'.'Aigfsgizf'fgfgfghf,f:'f""-4'3gg9S9'zZl5.v M 14 "'Z, il5v -H 1. -1 'gl fill' -3 ' JK W' 'gy :M v P91 -H1 X -f Y - ' 5 3: vcfyivfjga ,. 1,1-'f f .:'5k,g-Y.. 33:41-5 ,H Q. 5- Y -V, ,. R., ' MM ' '- ,M , yt ru, - , z,,Y.,u , ,. uf,-ig . 'Q N H .- V 3 yy ,, "',k' ' 4,-"J, 'E ekagfig jf -mf-yffgw-K1 55? ' f- f 1 9-3755. :,Lf.- T if "5 T 3 lf'?'?i73795'3fQ-7 ' 5? '4 iff ,"E753?"' 'Til - M X Ja'1Ar,i?4v " 1 4 Q2 Q , 'Q' 1- 1+ 0 Lb , " P ' L N . 51 -N wie - .5 P-,Swim , 3 it 3-'if 34 rr-4 ' -L -5 ' My "I, . 3 'E' -, , Q Q' . , ' 74 52 1 1 f M6 m 1 L I 'M gm v L k P ' r 1, .1 I E Axgqfggfwgf awww? Wy Q 5 ag 41355: H rg R 77' if'I,1v: M Wig M sg U 1: j ,Q ggi! P ,., , ,Agn 'a X fxwvgn ,gp,:.. .1' ., ,,,X. . ,. i. :Q ,W vi. -, . Mb , , F , 1 i U QW f awffigiir We W mmm WMM , 4 w 1iw'5x4"1Tfv"w if W3 W A F 'S ' L " f AE M Y ' lffpwl ' 4, Pg, Q, -578 Q si K P , xgggg 15 my 8 5. ,ww ,. Q 'ig K is we fn. J, 54, gm xi ii PLS! 'W' 1 7 3 c ff ,y is W M. , vi J it lf gi i ' 'file Ewgf J? ' :IEW :FF if 'ew-X J 3121 if If QA if wr 'sf lik 3 'N N vm 'f ,' W ' , fi 'iii MS ,I E L1 7, T N, 1,5 x qu, 14 , gn 15,99 wif! 4 fu: A 1 1 ,.: ' rx 5 W , Z H 3 , ww, 4,2 3 gg. N, R 55 N six, , M, KEN new 3, , ,. 1. , , , 1 5 . X 4. Q' F W ,S :pf f , fm . , me f f- ff, y, ,wgcw is f ,gd f I-Ig , 1 ,A ,i ,, Q :sg ' m . , 25 f A '25 ,Q 1 KEY mira L img: MJ 85,Jm,.,,K,gA M' m ,,w,,u,'v5 ,v ,wr iw , N Y, ' w . Lf ' M sg . .-1 f s NJ W i N , W Ti Q . f Q' . U J . ff '- fe v 'gy 2, fm W ff., Q 'f 3' 335 L WHT, W ff X .A 4 ,iq M 1-if X., A U1 , W SJ mn, , X QL Lf , e Q ,- , Mia 4 ,, 1 1 gs' ' 1 g yy' ' xg? "'3ff'f-M A K 2 'H 9 '-'3' SA f J' X FW' ' 1 i QW 4 H 'f W-1 : pw li L K ,f Mg, Q: My 'Ruqu gfwf v Q -0-P, ,viz ,, L 1 ,453 W v .W 12: 13 A411121 fx EL K+: aw vt Afifvfd, a 1 Puff-0 ,qw I 1 , xi? ,Q A -f jiwpmn K . Q sf , 1, , 1 f F354 , fQS'iWzVw.'.., ,-Q.. .H .ML'aJ,?3gp.4.,g f M. ,,. v. . ,1 , V ,, he Q A' . +1 . '1' - I .. . f V Y his m. - , , . 47--M . Wf:--Anza' ff-1 fr Ls- -A -13 -5- ,g -1-fQ5J'fz'f1wt?,., 1:11 fwa, . . 'f uw-M-..N Q-v.:wf'1f -f,,'-fm,f,4'-1,,f,3fzr:'v-f: J 1 ,Q ..,,,, '?2i'5f: 'Q , A . f . ,'.-as 3' y, Nw.: W. X . , , ,,. - F wg. V. n xx. :ff ', 42: 3 1 fri? 1 .J-1 , , - ,M,:m,hx.?,,w:a34yQ.s1:5 1' f:H2,4.eZ,shvQ,-1f2', :X-',1-yi -F'i,Q,,rQgjgs -4. 5 f-3, 1-yiyig ,. -wggh 1 ,A , my -' Vg. 14 V .W gf-yy 4 J' -, P ' Pm 4 gf. N fffvhgf RJ: ew Rfrivw xi: uw-4-5!r!5i,1,,g 2 JF .iff 71, ' '- .3 . 1. 1:51 .'-f "' H 32.0. wi , ' 5 ' ' L' -1 .1 Q 'Q 1, ,5'Iyff"l v fiigffiiri -M M M -Fffvf if f 9 ' 4 " - ' sf? 'Q i lf 5.514 .53 ff,,f5s':,L .uk gn ,Z H, f.:-.1,'F-Lwmizw ,W L -'Maw .J f. 1 f .W-,fx g,f.:,.1 -. W Q. ,wx Q: 7 , .,.- .sew -W ggfrrw -. -,. diifwg, A , Q, v. vb ,.- 1 . , - -fy cf .M K , ,. , in . . fig. , . A UK , ...vf V .,, w ,RM 1 S+ Q :- X '11 ,uQ,,,1x4Q,Qn K 41,5 In wr x LA A 1.1 , 45, J Q ggfws 5524. N 47 1 H ,. H Q if 6 Q 4 Q if Q , '.Wa'fH- 'fa 3, ,auf L, ,,.5,Q,A. J,wA.,.,,,w,M.1. ,W ,.,y,.,ix,.,,,tl ,!,y,W 5 ,.,S,,,w.-.gg395,51gm..H, AH in .Q ,A , , 63, W ., , V. ., Xin g ,... .,e.,,.., . ,. k ,fi,,,,Qq3x, 'Wg' ' 5 5 'C W ' ngkvifxxqfw 'fn ispifif-T1 aux L1i'K'Jyp55 ' f 'K A by Q' gifs' k'g5LL'?'f'9'Bw9gExZ'g'EX1f5f+ W' Aa ,v A, Mm YY! I7 'S' yy? 9' 'E 5. Ag QKWJ- Yr 4 ' 1 4 '8h'f?i'Qi sl Afffifu. 13311 xiii? W 'gy Q ii qw' kiwi wt wx 2,fn4"2??If 7? 9 542' Q li' f37'W' Mui! 'nu f ng! my .5 n :'Qa1,35g .I 41344132 , f,X1,f,A-Zf"'.fff3f .39,,'bg21'ff.i',,:' 'wtf 5 5, jk ..L,QQf'-I, ,amid ', "4 :.,1p: , 1 f f" ,. - if Tn ' 1- 'gf ' . 4, .gasp ww- , fu 7415! ' 1 fffwf wx.-,A4:-.w-'-fixvfw eww:QW-,animalrf ww 'f-4 ,,wr'::1ffm5w- 'a-, " 1 ' f ' aa M -' if .Q Q1 . .P ' ' ' ' " 1 - . ., , - -0 -. .A . umm-ww., ' ff "51'i75W!,55zf1l1 gli: -1-W-rw:-4,g vfgM:ff.ie-M ff ww, f'M.A,5Pkg .W ,Www .y'ffa.1F Vx, ff. H 3 , . , 4.., ffm, , M y ., x ,Qi 5312, Q, .f?g -5,x55f.,ip-1?j7?ji2i:,'g12ffw 5w.d?5m'!aix W'-Mfiwgxf.,4sgfv.44Q55'F,,.1:5,a3A1i3,fvgfg1,!i"5 4 3. its J. -4.29,5ag!m, 1' - Y' .' J , ' .. V1-X H- v-'h,j., QQ-Ig--.Jf'.-Of. -, vm-,-vw' -x,v'-,R." TMPK F vm-1 fm. ,fif221g::g.Q 7.2-iff." '-:vvi--24 pw-A .1 .. pf' 1 - A' - " wr. V 11 .. - W " V f u " wear '4' Hf .x 'aux ' A j' i -fx-:,:, ' ,Q " -.1-L9i?..x3f ?'dQQyfs-f'.Nf1s5ZE'qxf,' MP3 ?f1g1',1a:'!W:QfA95',Mf?ff54ff2"iwKif-2'1" fef1'b'3if?Ll'5'2?21i7 Jigga iff" gig 1 O W A - fa ' 'ilk vy wgi- i f. ' m' jg 'i ,l ,- -Rabi, it .gait-'A"Q?ggq A '. V " ' f V ' - V.-f ,. I 4 ,r 1.155 1 ,Q 4. ,-.fn-4.-, -W ff, :,, '2,,,l,, My ,- -ig 41 ,. ,X A 1: - 'B 1:2 - ,,. -, ' ,, . 4- .- .. Y, 4 W . 4, - 5 5 ,RG-:Pen , , 5- ,P ,x -.457 ' A HR fm fi, Y "E ,, , gwwq .Q 1. ,, .,. .,W7,,Ygi,Lb5..m TNQ "Kg , 42, 53,5124 ggi L mn Wally ' vffh fi '45 1 ff: A 2 ,e1'fV?'1 25:22 . .1 . gf. Saw T L - - L ' ,... A : -.w - V4 .- -. , fqabffat -, 1' 'J m,. ,- -13 nv , ,gh u-nk, : , . ., ' , .4 ve, H 'r N w- - 1-1 ' .- ,xr . .V w -. ww- SSl'5':-:- f. -.p w -A --fu., rf , " f A ., fn 1 '- I ' . 2157 11. ,,,,,,,,,,h ,Mir F JQSKMXM ,, M if ,, ima gage , Q ..,. , KH , ,L ,, ., Ji, .1 sgi.. ,U ., A , , . , .ir If ,Sm RENT? f l., ' " 2 "2 f-'W F'-, i '55 V ff f 1. ' 72? '.f1233Q-"'-diff X -1' ' 'WNY ii!51:f,'?2g'ifL3iQl3f1, Q, I V 721 "ff m' ""f3"' -if f f ' . ' ,5H'i-' , '. ' Z: wdifw ' Wg 5 if ' '- u f MEM Qggpwfkiw W W gmggffhmf Q JM J wg. W 1- 1" Jmfgzfwf H fi. a 1- J 'r - W- , ,gf an .:' .nw -imxgew fm' 7,335 gi. -mwf1if.,.. .M tw-'ffpf4, , F. V-fr. .f-Jw +L? -. " 52- , A- W . v 5 -V-.-.. k ,I - 'if- M ,z 'aww Qu uf, ' fl P 5 ,mf N agp, ew ,gym we 'S it 3 M ,1 l fegffifi. si32?',M, fbi K if ij 1 f I-5 wr w ifqyim M M WWfSwn,fMmMm?Msiw H. f fm' 2 A fi w R Qi A ggi wpsgi V if ws :ah N gj5?iLi5 gg, M,g'5J.m ,wir , i , gum wma Arkymtg gig, gm Rigby wg' ,W , uf w,Hf.4,c4-VM New Qian mem g if A QEQMSQQ 5 F, Wk M- M543 ,Q ff W4 "WX 9 W' A1 ,J ff J. ww at gl f gi ,gwgghr rig, WS I 15,1 I' wf9W,gi"f'm WK-g'941'fA21 V1 ,, , gy vi i " " fha! 115212 X KF -kung u , .x 'rg M ..,- ' - W. ,P , 1 '- 1 ' , ' - .1 f-affkf, ...,,f -, NNE. .alfgi-L'f'3f'jWfi' 2 1 Q-f"."f?'w?"' .I H-' f, 1" 'v 'nk 'ff S-ff' 7 5' 'fp "'1 '- "1 -F 1' 1 ' ', W' H4 '. "Q, .f '36-' f' I J K 1516 Y? Nh ' M 'L -. W "','iio.1L"" L isis 595 V Y svgf, Q R T7'ff'3f-PAF? 'NSW' '7' A QA!ff'2w'7 K JW "U" -- - P lv 5 -h 1 .1, hr an r-.. - -f , .Nur gzip eg ,ki-1,f'-,.-- ,-.'1.vJf- ne., Al. b 154' :u" xv-:mf :ig , , Y' V ,A f , gb ,E , - , , ,.,,.q,,.:-ff" -f V , .1 -1- H -.:, ' 1: U - if ' 4. , . 1. .1 me-71 ,P e ,Jw . V- LQ. ,5 Q 3, . , , VF V 1 J' wigfv ,. l?,qxL,i.fx2eLiQQi'f:1,,:5?i'f'::'E .. arg ,ggkpx L.-vi? W wwf. . . , 4 Aj ,, L we A gT,52Qg!2,.,"Ef3". Ae,gq3,tg'i,,Q3?'f?g?, .,, 4, 'igixwg sl 'xsgxfazxv 45,55 ,AW :Ja -- - " 'H '1' .4 ' - . G' W Z ' -'25 5'1"-F iw' W " 'f -i v' , 5:5229 6 " 'k -all " -7' P JB' af 'f A f wv5?'- H ,. f b' , I LM ,X ugw bhp 45. 1 L 53? J fri ,gy ,if 12' ,f M , .Biff gm? E 1- .. f' gf., f wikw Wfmiiffffi pil? fffgwl Hg x A saw if ff 'H 'I N w W , . ' if ff Q Q ff 5 f 'J fe - fl ,S ,, 1, 1 l1X.,?4,,,qf 5 ?J .,, 9,4 1,,'xm,,., M 2 1 ,R wyfgii UA f' -i " A u Y' B 'W Q' 5 135+ '-gm ww fffiv?-Q25 'G Lf 'Z-W xvchqfi RYE-nw IFE' R' ly ' " vi A 1 w f' ' 3 1 S i I 'P ' "4 t 1 'Af pf , uf ,, a'4?N gk P9 kg W9 uf 1 9192, Qwfgg fk H I f gn 'bfi ,gg JL , 1 Q- , 1' li 5 + 1,1 X 'W . 4, QS H AQ -5 i ' Uh ,U 'H' IJ ra f ' H. K v . , ,A -4 gg A .A 'uf .5 ffl 3, 1. ,L -K , , is 355W 5 fy ffl.: . . -x ,Hz , ' if Mfg K id, vwia- .5 H ,V 5 A+, qw w ' v xr lv N. ug 5,41 f. ,EL ' rg f 4, W 3 f if 0' E? ci' Qiifdtglyf "if: A ,fr xff-2 wif A I L :lic f"'vHM glfigi R w 'ii Jdkifgl Q if? xii r 1 3255: 6 1-t'Ng4 w F u w: 1 IF Ecu' 41 i 4 vin? ,, .4 , Y L 5 P' r H ., f,x my 4. A H 1 e f, M eg S ,H . ,f.,1 A , ggn QL 'jf ,x f 1 '41 w ,, ' 3 ,A .1 1 :re , 51' qu 2 , if g ef inf , .F V.-,sn -vw ,fm rr x-.fL ww he 5 1 , 415 ,,1.,,.f , f 5, ,4, A ,. 1 M Q 3 ff, M X iff my in + A-M 1 f fi .Y ,v f 75 L , f f f A A A x .f 1 1 f f 1, M fg + L 5 , f A 1 . f 4 w 1 1 ' N , visa Klfg l'-g f, -,VJ ,7f':h,.., - y51,'y.ff.1xf4. wel,E'gf'A5f?3.f2.w4j' 1- .W , if 3 f V -'gait-311114-V a'Q" , v , -'Ta ,, :Mm . gg, .M-f . an EL..-,1fp:?1f:g W 2 I ffa15W,1,-,wi .hw - v nw L, 1 'U' ,. -' 1' fi: :.- ' T I .iff qw' ,Wg ,. ,X at .u 1 .Vg . ,gif SPf5,,,.i,,-..,p wg., kr?-,ivy MLK. J: .ef ld, W. V.V. I Kg , . ,W ,f , Q55 ., M Ag ,hav MJ Q.- , - Vai, T... .ff . Fiizqgis , ,sm ,fi ,yu ,,.p,, , . -1. Ygvtgfx-:L by .5,3g,-M21 52:61, '. f' W HS an ., ' . : vig" ,u1.:1,f,5?1 a3,ff',.:gf4afts.3,sQ'a 1-wk fl- 'W2i..'1 ig -' 'f' vu. nk Ir' Qi. F' '- - L 5-., X :sf 5, ' ' 1-f-1, X 1' ' 5' ff ""'f:'P'L ' Vw. -f v,"'?:- S. V- 'HF ' -. f fv.:'i:. ' 4: " l f :Safe 1-t'.rQ'-f"w21-WY: Fi: f.2'J'W." ,Y 'NW' "V . 'My 4' 4' 4 ' M ' . - -".-'f v: ,sf . 9- f s: 5-Lp s, ' 1 5:1 ff- ,H ,, ,. " ,V lfxw- -p imta.,-fl -I L ' ' '-1" 'U A 'A '47 mx EE' . f f fx?-Q ' V51 iw '22 'Gh z' if FT ". ff!f1.'i'f2'f?4 ff' -4-7 fn 3 m f V ,A . 5 " ' 'Zi 2 5 4' V ,4175i'f"3"1 55 gpm: :iffy ., ,,,f"f' A1 4, ":15zg'QQ'2f,wg:.Jf,r 'f f A 1 UAEGL mag? 5 f,,'- pf ,-!,"3Qj:. ,iv 4. j J jf. .I 'eylfx 52 ,N -, fig - -q w -,H-"wlq31,ffL f if A ,pjA1,qnzawfz "' 'P ' , P 1 " Q w w 1. gg mggi- gl, E W J , Q y f 'mpg Q15 262355, in ,, Qivwwfiggseg 1135 05 M We 'gwrfls' jjjffwlwh Q5 553 J gggqi-AQQQQTQA gg, A Q at wg.: gwgisgff 1 A x 1. f ,Mix H A qltgt HH ji ,?K,y,k,-4 vanish: 5 SJ had T ligwmwz 1,3 i V , F 1, S QR 1 3 t,: ,'fv5' QA ,H va 11 A 3 ,ihfngw M4 Exif .4 , Q 3 ,T W 2 M52 33 M js., R V W4 ,m A A W. I 4 ay My ISK, v Mg' 3 N in 1 up 1 ,QM f 4 Q , Q it 1 mgage 1 F pf ww i ggi 152.1 Qu f m! p Qty FM QW egg g wif' ggi! I 5 . I V A V G1 +A nf , K 'T I' X 'K' 1. Q ft q S ,th V K I I A Lf: M Hz? E 4 f M52 is , , L 5. Wg? x , , 5 , , if ,.. iv 4 5 -. x . ik: wb, I, W ,vw x MH MH ur: l ,.,-1 L if-'W-Q' If X W, vwighis 33535313-"Qg5i' 'QR Qyf? Ji 5 ff? fgrivgr ' ,"vf,"4H?Wv "5" NW X pgs! f , ly., ,QL , , ,, , ., MM ,, , . ,,4.fffki5,.i , xilvitif .-V. f . A, ,, 1 , Ag, , , , , fa MQ 'JG 41-4 X . wX',.h....f,v .N M. f+.,V,g' .H , ' - f , .1 .Lg w. " A V ' '- L J fn: rf fum . '-1 1- Pr' -1: 1 f3Q'fZ'f, -i.?3gi.!+ , Tx- f ,fu 4... K 12 - w L - ' 55 rf!-Ms V-xfw , J 4 -aff?-r ssh, . an - - .w . -nd, x MM-f I ,nm '-.9ww.ev-v.,ww,43,.ASN'-.,Jf',, . EW i t " ' w "" k r an 9 A We M ' H f 'E ,,gg,,-3' QQ. ,yi 'ffm may Y-'lags' 32164 w if ' ,Wy-,14 ' gig Ji?E?Zg,.4faE-gf .L'gQg41A'3E , 2 uf. . ' '- wry. Lrg, 4m73.,...f 34 gpg- .igsfxkyf 31-H. 1 ,: ,-,, El s- ..,1 , sy X52 5?-:g'fgeL8,5' ,-,' 3- "-, wi v- PM tg? 1555 ,J31f m5Q?li,v??K,:2g5ii ,:L22 if gg MM gi 3 Qi, as h, xh xQvx?5'?gx?39w ?,gN3a.fE ggi 'gf 345 ,E J 1, gmkmm? wr -Hey ,Wien WM W M' Asfw flmf E 'M ,fp,..i' ,wa, M z '55 ,ww W Wgggf 'EQPLYYQ' A 41,41 W1 '55 H F' 5 :W 1 " V354 :gi -5 ar gi J-5' 5 ij, 4- ,iv ' Y' 5 'E 5351 551, ., If f st?4"1RQg 'I Q 'SW ffgga-,,".3ii be-Q, Uwggajdg 'xl XEQH, Mifzw fsilsfw -iw! ' 5 f" ff ffl rv 4 "Milf Pg fe ? A 'sg M3 :En as 552 qmfgigffkgv v wth! nf iigfv . if , xlxffiw-5-l5k??'?wf, f-fffw-x.-,v gx w W L 59256 Qgmggglwtiliimv 'A ,,- - - A .,-W, MN.. ,. . W, , . mf: A . ' . :Vg .1 : K , , .. fm . I f , , r -. w- pm: V- 1-ya ' . ' V2.1 . 1.1, A.- - .5 e ,-. , 1 . , - 3.-. -' 14 uf' .-2.1: j:,'fz,J-.s5...e'e1, 14,5553 .f- ,gum YH Q5 - , My--2 ,, g gnkyx get, K4-,,.L Lf, A Q -A Q f ' ,ze gl L- r W -, .1 Ni-If - Jw, .- fp : , 1,.,v n,ffg"-,:Qyf,:,- kj-Mg.. -,-fm., , . 42.5,-, 4- 1 1- .4 . . ' . . ' -, . .' -my . 'j:"me-fm" .Zh-5. ,- - A 7' ,, -1 3- 1 1. Y 1 pw .K 1.--, v A .. . - ' -nl "E 'JW -f . W' Aw- ,v . v' 1 'Wy W 4 , ' J-,-r,. ' Lam- num. W 1,.,- wfmf. , . 'f vq, V 4- , .. 1,-a nd 11. A . MQ- . ffmtr nw,-.',-L.1gQ,, .:.s,-QV., mix., - :gl 1 45 n ,1 3, -,Ei1,,?-f- A, ,Q Q- J U . 2 sg.-5,44 ,iw .2335-, Y 51,4 , ,. :- Ag, 1. , -, M' New ., 'Quai-ai:-'dam 'v :- . . - -lf' ' f-., ,Q J' - Q M pf 1 . - fm vs? M V- -X. '-:f,4w",r4z.:-'L f www fgfalyv f ' 1 . ' "L -.9 -f iw!-2 ',:"j?gHfN vawj M Wi' -r ' ff'.:,j ' , ,Q r " ,, .3 qw' F1110 ,-if uigiiw . 'bvgp'gf :.u 5kf5"Nfeg"ii-I, Mg. .-Q sf 1 f i - 2, 1 A r, ,. M A ' J ', fr ,aff . ' - 1 E P, i..,F ,ry m-,ip .. ,wr-Sk ew a W ,,gq,,- , ae. vgvf- gf 1 ,M , 1 ,,,1,1Pg ,Vx ,U 1 . . ,a.w.,NP-122335 P 35.9. Af 4,13 5, 3: f ,M .ag 4,,,ffg Q ,WE M wwf .-a,-L,,,4.,fgg,g, , f 'Tai I' 'FP V 'Z +2 'Wi M5555 'L' U. f sees 6 9-fi' 645' Fw N: f '4 'QQHQQ3 i -3' W AQ",a'iW'5x'5' E 1 ' f L ' gf - ik K Jig UQ 4 mx qv? 5 Mg wslfpg :iq v xiyxiv ,pi 858 ig Fgiysgwfkwgvwafffvfgww M 3 F 061 fm 4i.t5i!av ,TKQMAM ,Www 2 ,Mx , K- ft ., l . H L. I ..e em: 2.5 'l-1 -1 :-. f' ' :- , - .uk ' ' -. . RM' " ':'l'-s'f.1'W"F '1".:- .51 1 r Ti'-f 5 , I .v-f'4i2, , F25 5 ' ff gi Q51-2 5 " ,Q-.k,'f' .Q-1' ,Z . f ,WE ':" , ' " -f. ' 1 , v !,gLW .,, bf 1, , ,..3f,1,wr,a fain ,Mg ,'k,,m1z:5u Jg.,..L:A HQ' RNN3. L,.1i,,,L ff WQQW W up fan a- Q, N. , A , QU, 1313? wavy miie, 1-:fix-',:, sg ww F5351 'N' -W '1 if 'S J 'k 9 1 521' ff rw-kv 1 lf' M x '1 N9 ?"+.0sfi M. W Us nw ff,-sfldzzwf fix B+f5sfhmf Q E ab "rf?w2m zsamfwf F? if E 2, sf M' Q I 4 "'V r - , . ' Eff? Re'-Erie ?E W 755,14 Y ff? 'xv f 'ar' 1- IQMYYQJE ng? 'sig " 'fa fggggi'5-QZ?1urm?W'4Z' 'WX if QTEK?-J A A if' ':i"':fc"Q,5" A nl x- 'gf' f"'3fe' MQW: 5 'N dw! 15 ' -3 " 14' 'vbf 5 A'41'Qgil'3'5 'W 'K'-'yigfz L 'lieu frgwi Wi af Gm his N "4 at-M1 ia 3' ' A w gs 'img at xffmf Q ' f , 1 A ' W ' 5 M R E 'fm E? 7 NW H WCW f if 'A We 539 yu 155 NY: in H 'Ami if' X ""' f g '5 x Qfhfh x' 33211. if W iyfff as f ff? 'fb 'Eif1'5iWVw"f5kff-fYff1'fH 1Qw'iiwi3" 2 Q' giimfm Jfw D 'fl-W , , - hr' 1 1 -, gf A. J 1 :TA -1 '1 1- 4 . Jkzf ' P Jw -Q , ff: ,Q ma, 'F -:",i I' -fi ' Q' H r? ,- :f f .fi gf- " :W-4iQ'J?f'kA wb - W' 'fw?5E1emf' 4 f'- 111 if W2-Q 4-f ' ' -gl , '.rf9?f?15?I.. 2W?W'i," 3 53555 ig 'if 6 ff, 5 5550? 6 f -if J-435511 W3 +1 Q H' ,fn Jim .Q 15 -mg.-15 ff rv, 5 3, ,if sie ffl! Ww n3g'h5 Q jlxgwizw -3 falsmfgityf f 'ig 'Jgggim H' Qui! gr 'mi-wr u 'N' Wwffzi ig? EQQML s UP! 1iw?Y4Mf?f'9i5?x?3'?fg2TlfY'af1ZSf'34g!'3f 'JL ' 4 E W J W in 0 X M 4 E gh mwwwwiiwwwwxfwwafwwww '-iff ' in it w+1Vgg:3iV-g"?gM"!' N? 1 z N 1 X , , W A Ei ,J vga, md , s 'mfg af ,,f5n3MgjQ,Q inf iggrgyiagagi 1 1 "?1f56'f', QQhw3wzwMwMMwfwwwiwMw2 1 Q -1. 1 ,A .1 K ' X A rw 4 .fl 4 4 ff f ,ww fm -b ' f,L f, f M ' Q21 if '55 : ' Z 'ls' "Qi .X?l3fe?i fl 34? WL '5 gwiigwx H km Wagga 4, J, Pri 'Qgw ai,...wUp M 3-f Q fi' A p A-:sa 1 9- gg it umlsxffl ad HM? Qwftw A Rafi, af , . Q vm Mg Q? N54 2 55 E535 1. Q Q. -. -1 r' ' 1 'M V- 1 J .. ,JW 'H f' 'ff A . f1f"'5'+ -' '3:f'1. JA my . gs s ,, gf? Y f f ff W L M ., W. ga- f 5 33 ' 1 T ' g g W5 'ME U-kv PM .Lf-. fm- Hp-',fw':'f,-31:41 ' " ' ' W 4' Eg, ' ' ' ' f?i-me 1-'Lx 54 3 r k x M336-f I' ,yi , 5,3 w 4' Jwmfikifghff' QP- 'L :M ' gn E ws: Wg? X 'W W W iw jf gxygwkf any 55 ' EY tab , gf J J FIAT? Q Q5 Qt Wig? Ui A ,fa -Q3 Q- , 4, M , .. 45,3 ,X J , if , .Hqefgix :-bag. ,gk P V, .-4 5.,4,,.,,+ gigfiif M we 5.1-,g.,,,x, 55. ' 45- 'E if? 3' iwllgiga mi 1 Mg fl gi 314- 7,5 ,SQA w , 'H 1- 9, W ,J ' 'L' 421 , wa.-uv' 4 Nw S3 4 i Q ,gin ,A Az. ,N ng Q w . ' 1 A . wat. -::'.- W- :Lf w -, A1 M w K - 5, J - ,:1,-L. --vw, f-f :::'-,- ,'. - - w 11 ' .V ,f ,. .V ',1,. ' H , 'f at ff rw.-fx An n, ' ,, w',"-34 5 ,w-:vs-4-:f H 1 ,I - . F ' 1 " ' We Y Lg' A fgikyws 2,545 .N ig, . 'ggnfb-If 'Jw .1 w tf? 'A T54 53,2 U. V55 g .,, S, , - 'lm 3 ,,,4,,,i3:,fx?:vt J .5 M ff 1 1 H. 1 e5,r'4f,3f3Zgi ggi ag? ,kgs f. ,5 5 ,iff 4 WPT? Mi, 4ngf1,5?,3fP3,H ,w5Zs3:f-2 55 f g4,,T,17 1 is . . .- zsgii Q as l, 1' ,N v Jr4,..Jggigf.g i 1,3 v.wp,, ewggigm we M, .fZ355.3dw? ., Haw" 3.-Q41 JS 24 wpqjfgg 15ffEi4VQ1?M5g.i'w55fCdvf.2: iYil"gg4M-feffvre ' J wk- H -1 m,,y", :-ffi' ff 'V 'X V N1 . 5"rzgwff L . f f Q, as-1 w X Q lj 6 mf 5 Ja ia: ws :fy fb- Y MH ,Qs 1 gg ga Q25 P 55 'qiggm ,gf n'L?fv,5ii,1,,,xfrgy 1. :sf of an ,EEL QQFY' 'Q,ng:'gfmT ti K vm qi E ??x,9YL'f-fhiy iii Ji? F g4'g?xaH'3',,v4x 43 in it gli 4 !11'iu'1ltk- S' 1-,,.,.f. A ,-V-J.. , , , ,- ww---fb-,gQ.'K:,Uf2, A H A -4 v- ,- -. -.fx -- - - V - -. !-- tw ,. 4- wwf- p,,1,,vv2aaWt Gguawqlbrq he nhvggyz lg ii QM: 1' S525 ,R ummm Q J:?:gs,,, bi 5,557 S HV 'f,grd,34 W if 5-ai fgmjr -ff'-l " A ' f- - N:..',f- 21' , ' .. ' A H .: ,51l'5'1E"i 'R , ' 55 Rr. 1'- 1 - ' "-4 'W . 5 2. T 3 Kilt 13'-1 , x ',' fx "'4:nf ' 1 ' 'F 'li 'H-' -WW? , 7 - ', . "Q R J 2LJ2ag'Nw:11f 'f 5.1 f-:iv 3 -12? ,ff ,QUiff?,.g'+Sf-1r':2Qf:sfa- jf.,fW2?g:-Pg-' + ' 1 fig if -ff wjzz L33-13.-:fq-Q I , Z., L-1-gif: -V 1- f. l'f,1rh,f : 1 , 4 X V r J- f 4 3? 4, .L+ my v QVQNF L - ,if M4 an 1 55 .146 W H' wpffwfff w my M AQ N K Q5 f if 5 X wwe fifffw wwf . WMM Qi ff T ,K 3 'fig my Q! yiwwiyr? pwvw 'K' Tjxgi Es + f A3 6' WS' I :iff 79,3 rgblgk '55 4 5 xg SJW w W ' V 494 'J I',...1:,a- ta .1 .j, v QMS - 1' 'fu f "? " w' 5 xv is: vii' .K,Fg"1i I ' f.1?'5c2?f'fw. .fJf?"'- f " 1? Za"'? ,,,. "V 2" 1" .' 5' E ff?-r W' . V- I T' 'H Q QU' gt," fi Ffvc ,Ax ?:'3 4:55457 'f A rs , A , - Q 3 if if 1-A 3:12. 1 .- 41365 14 2 9- 1542?-,.'ii -will , yi f qi m"f ,j ' Q, " iii, ,. 14 4 LW .giwfi-'i Vieffj' f"ffHf kg, Q MJ' W1 - -' " if f rw ,, 'A i f ,-V' ., U 2 F , . .4 W 'W .TWV 'Q' we WM. ini fi+'TTT'Y? ff 'WT' A . W F 575 Wh in A f?WMfffi?'W'if,f .f5 ,f"?. , , 7 2-ff fav- fy. ki, I-352' Q . ,W mf if it gy A fr W Z5 " wi' KH gi 1:S'AXT5m'i!? JJ L V149 Kg? il" M W' W iff? -.:Qa,1'i S 3 qg53'1?'41jTw A 9? TM ' 6 K2 P ag? JB Vg? ami' if 1 ' M 42 NC Q , . M V aw 5, W Q35 4 , EGG :Sri ' ,iw Q Qffagigi K ' '43 ' WN' 'M L qw i fem nga ? A 5 i Yi' if 'ff fmwl' 5 pw QWYLML YM 31, f TU r J' E5 QQ Ma 32 tq Qi, , ii- L if E 5 gk 1- YI .5 1-s Af, gg5f9'.413iWl+ig'3 fl Y Sabin 3135? m' 'R gm ? ' U35 if, gf N XL R wx ig X7 I 535 if wt ggi 5 X Q gi Wh, ' 3991, wg fu 1 3 My A F ' lg W Av . we ,Q - fmfw. V W' if W' Ev , .f iw 1 .2 E I JM my 4 " f VVV- H V 'V'-- r3fM,5,Wi4",,5,1 ,Paw a5,,rf27"'i:g,5 32,1 X fgffsf Mb5f1?gQ5g,iji'5Q',, w J QQ E f f fx fheggifwr Kyiv 2'if' ?f? ,L Wigfzingda 31? iflfgwjsff 'mgwfafxv' JR nu, .gb A A .N 5 1+ A 155 VR, av 5 4' ex, 'Rv gg pw:-K, 'w M f 'H as f-mf H wg aw Mm wixffiwwii Q W ik ' 1 ', 1 .51,:,s, ,A x ,g., :q ' - pw dw if ffiff,-v3.w:..,afg'f3f:,:.-Haifa fag, '1' .a.:. . 'ffm f: ' km ,QE ' 'W f-'f'f: N ',: ' fav U . " L, .. 1 .Q jikxn ff W ,-4 . 1: : ' ,nm ,s '55-.-'.9s?1s. - ' f f. 11 -wi ' ' .Ar ."' - ,W iii! 'M M. '- ,," c" 'J ' ' .v w",y1':e-fveii'-im,"'?i-' fiff-,X f -W f- "f1'vZi'w f, -' M' ':1ff1I'ii"-J? '- f If " .,. 9 . .1 f, 'zaww-. Lf-P..',1 , . f -- .. v ,Q ff , ' .V ' -.w mel , .f 'S 2-V vgfr s .f Q., -- , -- f , - H- H, - f- 1. Q., A -M, 5. w' mp-' fp.-M-V my --:f-my ,- . : if-,nl 1. 'pL.LiJ .,f. 1. , n f" 1 .KL gffg:,f.w" 'fu V, 5- Q. ,-'yzq A, -fif ,rn - i ?:'f " 'P1ka?'L' , 1 V Y fr f, f-x 5- .gfvrssf - '-,V 5,-rf ,L V -' - X 1 , W Y--:fm V wwf: - '- . V, V mfg. H 4. M f X U' ,- 2,-1, M QQ J 5.-.1142 f - ,Q , - Y ,. -,,, f-'11 .iff 1-wi, fi H. A. 4 Tw! - M , 4 ,W -N .V , W, 44, ,,- .Q Fc, . ,..,.f.,. ,.A A - ,K 11' - . W- 52, .,, if ,ng . I rf- -,f,,' J' X f , 3. ,, ,, 1 -'P -A Nil NW' wwf' if 5' W' fl' ' 593 M? Em ' W fin 'lv ' , ,Mfg Y' M' ,gifevq 'N L EXW if '13 MW 3.,..,:.:H -W, W-,1V,13. 5-'gm 13' ,,,. . .f ,X - -'H P wh V .,r V-. -,fs mu- - f -. 0 f N, - V cv- . V- ' 4 .-. 45. 1v.a--w- M--1 M -- f' - - '.A 2, :, , .4 .. -v . , Q Pa- 54- ' -- 'ff "M--. Q17 X f 1 , 'VA ,ggi gm gi 5 ,F ,-' JG' Kxx W ,gh M., ,F 'YVN OZ, haw aff, Sims f wmv , f Qnww..-X54 7 + Q 1,r4,k5Y W " -' -ficf w Q, P, ' -1, .V ' 45 A ' J KT ,gm -.mf- 1"?gg-- V, -M Ki -ali' " . A ' A --?T,. ' -4 LL. - . . J H J- -. " . ' -if 2' E r ,a my ,HY-.,.r vw ww . '!5g'g4f.-mfg . tw N? ws1gfffg,S'r,i3'lF.-3' ,sq W' an fr:1w4fv1'.fjng7i-A-15-1 S- H 1+-1 -4, E' " - g,A.ir5s11'1f-5q'i4fPbaf5kxi5f'i'P1',-LMI W if ii. -2: ' H -ww 3 ' . ' 7 F013-141":.3-ul?'?53gff1f'f'41"?'di'TAQZIFS'-95,1-vinhimnkw cf if-I 1'-' -fi' ' iiiiwf ' ' Qlri ,i"'a'- ff iff- ff- ' 1f ,-ff.'f'fAf,x,,"?tc4'4,u- V '34 A Q -it 33 v 'Q ima, 'zf.., 9f'9Yeng 3, w iv 'K Liiizffg . 'H,f:M-'?Eg1ib??:JM'- -w'w.1144F"F+"1" W 5 1765- Jf 1 ai' f M15 M 5? H5 Y ' J' WW?-'eff' in P-fix 'lm f'f'H-Fail Wi, 7 nw L 'X ' 5 ,W R55 'W' 1455! Vin- wf ,s in Jai.. J? t , -a ,V A 'fm f.f 'ik 34 A2 '-11.19 1.25 ': f J-.gg ,,' V - 9 2. 6 1,-,faQP:':ei53Q1.',?,1,,'Z!, - gpg -5 --V - c, -- : 4' 54+ 0 'L in 'L , V65 y 11 ' if 5 kim g 5, W 1 Q f fy, I - 27 . f 'Q 4 Sf ii f v, 'mfg , '35-'L . '1 9' 9,3 , if fit f p ,ETWGVM , ' wr , ' w- ,f MLM :life fr 2 'Q 5, 433, I Q f 1 5 E"f14"'3Q!S1'?si515f1'lg QE ' Q, ,Wg,ik4v Qgbfk 'ww kff 5,54 if 2 R B, ' kg? X " 'lg if 1 53 , wwf? 'fy in I 1 J? 4' ,au ' if vig D x Wiz 4 f' Ag? fu, ,S 1539 9 ' 5 gi? 'at NLR 3 gm ,Li 4 if I' ,, if df '- lk ' I ix l,Li7'i"'f. 4 wh, ig Q, QQ I Q3 an 9? E ,I 1, 1 1 r ,gf I? N V 1. 1. 1' y X 1 f f, :Aw A NA -. 3 5 ' , fa' w ea wf, : ,,,'- L Nas' ,af W ag' Elgin ' -.gaisgf Lsqgigw-Q , -wwf: 'yQ "fp.fE, . ,,f 1- 55 512,74 m I"f:f5?2Sggilf5552w4,gf'-gwib.FQQZQSJ kay. X' QMZQR 113' fmalhig vw, E55 gm, I mag, ,Eg .f J ' , mlffgfw W h 4 35 5311 , BW aww EN 1 Mgdfifgxff, if W Xgg, . 4 v . aw, ,ww +A, A ,MA ' fy Q. . I , W fi. i' 32 S MMP y EA gf ' Q' :ZH wi ,Q ,M fi H' if .fn ff F -'W +1 , ti. A fmgfg, m 91,15-ww Jfwffkwv 4 it ff ZYmr'i'?'.M K f J ,QL-mn ffwwe f W, NEW ffm' MW ., ' ' A - '- . H - . , 2, 5 - 5 -L1 - 3 - vw Q Qxvmkx-554 61.1, . ,1mg',Lv,fx, wa- 5, . .V at-.-fl,-iqh, 13525 5-v-Aw 21,235 -- M LL 5.-my ed: -1-- W. .L is . .X f f mm? . . i iff ,ig ,ff wx pg Jw f Vfffkiigzgf' 'Eg if gi if an ,Q 5fm,F"", 'A g:'f',fn!,iv,'9'f M JM!-A6'q 'N A wr vs ,Q 'f4?,'1:,, -H, 9' ,, 33' 1,5 tv 5 fw , ' ,, - ' ig-KH Qg ' 1'j Nf l , , jME..,2Y 'fn qg-1 gf1'i-'QI' P' U VH , It 7 ,LI ' W5 'fimi',E'J'9'i"- liiwf 21 Yknigm ,A I ." 1"-' 5' 1 ,..m Y ' -' 'Q ' "', .E 1 ,g . fa. f' 1. V, Y 1. , A '43, ,N , , -W ,, 'ff's'L1:, pap. -If J- ggi.. df, -f ,.,,-2 ' .'L+'g5g.4:f'-fir: Z.-+,,,m:i-' 5 4 ' -rp: 3 .w A Q , . 1- C' ,, ,., , .' A 4 vm- 1,4-,Q-ui , 1' Q, 1- "df 3' f .A , f gf- --1 Q '- 4 1-vfq ?'.,Lj su if-X , f ny 546' far: ,N L., -4 5 ,Jw- , - If 1, A '- ff:'J-3-Je 5f'v1l,f+1 .L , ,A 4, M -I , f- val N 4 w .. wifi Wiki-f'1 , , 4 V , wzfwf, 1"f"5J17:-,f5J9gV," " ,4'f . ,L V .Q . f f- M +2 - if : . - F W .1 1 Qx. s - - fi. ' : .' N - -mb.. .1 V 1:v.'f -' A ' , -1 qv: wry K .W gh' , 'H-' I -1 W U , ..1' - 1 lf:-v m'r'5w R Q mtg: an gg A igmg gpg an ,.q,,3 Q1 215 Sv A. 5 59 AgF1,M,Ef:w6,1q3, tg, vf Q wiv ?gi-5,5-gf ar mv F ' 5 , V fK.W5,f?f 95' J gg. Ig, .,5g,2?5fx,q,wQQf3.s?z2 fggmu TE lqgwggm . ,Q . W -V .1 . iq ,f,fgk..gEig? 3.-,,m,Q,f:.5 -ge:5S.,:,1.w, -2' 4 A M, g qv, .Qwnfsf F A Y u my +. gf Q ? xg! gat 'TVEQQ 'EA I Mui Wgr WN ,fi ,Q gig? 55' r A"',:!?g' t av kg, ML 516145 ,QP ik, i2?? 5 1fv5"1?J me 'Q ww gf, Us wx iff 'ff Jw an ff If Q: 1 ' f, 11 1: W, -15? 2 w w 7' Q15 L'-,iv 1' I i'6aEQ.3-A Selig 1 if '- 6 -v"fa w,- LJ. ' " V -' 'af 'fax' 1-hr . ' ww- -1 1 UL " A f 'Y 5 "M ww 1 J W4 uf' "WVR 'V' ZZ. T Q1 ff 'f 491' .",.'4'f- ' A " 'N A .4 fi "' u . 1' v. 1 '- xv. . G' 4' " ME- A ' -7' 1 'wzi"lQf:f"'2,3 ff 'ali-ff?-1, Q. .5z1,'.fV- :L 'i Q QQFFEBPQPH ,fi Q .-.-5. in ., M , fa? f '.,,, , ' f f- .. 1 1, .. :,,u -N mx' we .A X .Las QQ, pa, 'fi .9 34 1 . 1. -f K, L - '1-fy. W- ' ,--. lv- u, f V ,' up-. .- , -- , mfr, Q ,,23.,- 'I . ' , -muf1-Y-'.:.H,ssS1-25:1-f-fm -01 - .wx .v nf .em ,J ff, -,gf sf'w'f,w.,,ff-M A ' 15: N- by K -' Q4-ff -' 4:5 . f ' iff, V-H ' w - - .E if., ,. , -. gf" .. 'J .f-ff,-iv-V ,A Q, .414 :wg-, ,- ' '27 A fy- yew, f fg1,.-vm," A J 2 u .i.:,,w, -f i,-,f,-:QL ,QL wa s - .9 Q V' '. -, Sei. ' ww. .-1. , -, , , H :wg fn., , wa im- 4 -"fa-2:-pg:-M 1- ' 2:3-wf.-xyvsfzrw4mm-,1.f:..f-1 1.m".. f :fa '- M ' - - 1 -ww -- iw ' A "J 'www -1 -'M' fx' X-2' rw.. J- M 1.42 2 f LM' 2 - 'P' " z 'fu' 4' - mv : ,. , ., Q., ' 4 - K- 33- : N ,A Y ,211 ,af,4:.zfg - -LN.: 'Hqqgjw,1qg::q:ffg,A.-..1M,gn-r-Y . iv- A 4 ff- .: P' 1' 1 ' v'-N-iawwp' Mffff V' 1..'f-"u:fIgwJ1 ' . 5' -152' 2 -' f- 'en A '-1 1.-f :Z " Wt,-w V WH r . ' v' Q- :Q 1 g5 'F :s.1wffH'45:1aegigyy-lri'-pier-V:ffm!-,g4'2v1w' 5 . , '- '-: - f:,4s. ,'. v g,'. ,, M , 'L' F- LW'-:X 1 1 2 'J-mx - W k .,:-fs. . w ,, www -,fa ,P ax 'S wx: Q . fi V 'W -W", c ' NN. ' -, , " -A ' . cm '- '. Av -1' '-u -- . ' ' 2.11-.. , f:::,.zi,'?.. Q-g,:f,.+?4fw f -5, -my -f W A NS' F.-f-2.f'5hLgf..f,Q JI'-, W1 big' ' aw'-.fig-wsfgifff-aQ'xf2-M - wwf ,. wvniix .wink ' ,, . . .. . Q 1 , ,,,., , , ,., 4 5 ,, A .. , ,.., , .. W.. 1 'J 1-1, w L , -Q Q ' 1 ' M V J ' 4 Q, M 'F . Mix, .Q f 4 J J 4 Q .1 qs, " 4 v ,A 5 9, gg-w15,,w2 im ,f 1 ,we 11 Q sig 22 H W 1 ., uv. 'Q' . I - . Mn:-W. 'w.r5W,.AwfP by in -,W M. -. -,bf W. M-ff , 1 :RJ -in ai-15" .mix '-152- 7 A ,' 4.1.4 " -'r If . , 'fi-'T ,iff ,v' 'FI' '1 Y, 72.7 11,11 W, ':, yr 'E ,nf .gfv I, 1,14 ,?':.?3- , , . - 9 'Wi .JA ,- A s-Q WW qw-arf,- " JP" -ki W .--wma + 1, 42,1455-Q65 ff ' dfnwk ia 4- . V- . 1 V . gf-,V-lf, . 5 f x f xa - -.fm -,iw 3,13 'ly-wgf, u -Vg, was-?5,mQq Af, 1 . , V V- , - ' 'f Q? ' , V 'fi':'.-i f' 'Siai:,ififf L9 wg 5 ' A .CUE i::I1,, wg V' v -' 1-f f - ' vi :Wx Q : wavy, is--Sz: ' X. -1 4' Jo ' "ff ,L W wx qw RL M ,f W fi Q, wwf if M MH J my W 'A ,qv wfif' , , 4,wgi,,A gum' 2555 Q ,ei wif , H iff -1' w 1 :rl Magix? t 4 V fir .Q gf in x:,'r' ,ja 'Env' ' 'ight WW' im 3 ,LI W 5,1 f' ,vfST'K'5-iv-sw 43?4+ff ft ,auwiiefigl NVQ! ,bJ,57nN r , I L ' -V nf. ,,. " Nm p.. 1'-3' A ,a i-'Wf,,N..E.As'j4,g 3-?':"3f-.f-ji ,'tfx,l'3s I -my, 75 :ge,H,:"K'K.'5 LA.: ' ' J' 4'r.,,a,ge 4 f ff 4 H ' -' ff is 1' "1 if ' "--'iii,?'fvCavv'Zi"E3'1311'h.'f52Ef: '- 'fi' M' z.:,H5:',"w',,v','+ 'am TIME: 9'-5 ff' Af,-.x f fu -bwgfiaixa 2115- 3.41 Ji-Ej2uJfiaSpf Q- .12 usb Qian 31 A V L 6 Q 1 ' r L m " I,-4, ,- . X .M . .,, , -4 H5,,!fa,e1',"f,sg. L-. .f1rkf,f.,az ..,,, 73.5 f, ,y.sf.,3 W' . T ,. f n. fl ,Mm .gg gnuwjap , W.. .yal l s1.a,4,,xlv,2Jei1E5.v:2f1fF?+. 1 as-ESM 44-QW-,, K Jag 1,?5,5.5,.?sHd1m , V 1 :W ,. ,,. ., , If., ff fs. .ffli .wi mffi' l5" 5"fiE 1'i2'w6 Q S1 :H Q.. - " f -K r 1 'f 'J .T , Q 'rf g -3 . ws- , 11 :5 1 W g',.q::,:1,. :gg 2, qaagjvg-,.'Ly':-1a'1f4kez'53.1-iQ3f 1 ,. '-2 .' :ff . . in V -, - - new 1 , , -, h , 1 1 mg-Lf ,. imp Munn-: 1 '-www,-, fc! .' . qv ,. Nix-331 41: is f1:s'?,gZES5,?,5g,gisQi,,5,?5..,,,A3,12-,sag , '.V' --V V--' f A . 4- - -4 . w :Ao-y:r.'w 4 ' ' -L. - AiL.'w3v5,,3Q33ff's'-'u.r21,,i :W-vga-.4"Q1Ew,gP.31-vihw. ,..-.ML K Mya . li , . ' P ' ... X -. S Y' .,g,.. QE. if Ei, gigs 1 N .V .MW . ,V,, M., Q , , , ,... 5. , E f, is Lf' igaigvmlzb 1 is L K6 1 rfiv Hs ' ' lm 'X ,fa n , A f , ,S 5- f, if WM pg f A 2 u, X M my 5',f3g'??2'?,f L? A 31 f4,f,gi,f1t YP f'1gI"',,Q???'p' L'Ei,"f'X-'mmf ggwv Tw Z W P A ' v A H' 35 F 4 f M " ' K W' W WM M f M' a 'f fi -:LL A U My 11 5. xl 4? ik r lb? :gli up f -5,535'gh pm'-41 ?,q,v-,.3 1 fem, nf? ., ,mf :ggi fasiryshigi 'ggi Q?L.,.,N,.,f,,,.k.v .54 ,Fqm , A Mg? if i'?Qiiiff'L5'f+ fig r K, Wg,,HV,1,H agar 3.3 Jjifflf gL?wky:.f,Q0,s,l! 341 ff nw, Q ,451 iw ? gf ,, W Eg E 53211 Magi f-33 , ,. , EFF . u Q, F www 1z5?,f.+i35 5 F x2h,M piggy, .Ragga H5253 F 1? 'vga qi F ? 5gQ5Q5k3b4AX'!5iq4bE-QW? 'L A ia, tzygsr' Q 4 f Mig wghaswlrf' r Qgimiggi mi fb 5 X r, I , , ' 2 1 1,4 K t 4 1 ,ASS 7, ?2 M315 K gy? E MM ,ww fQfM::,,ggwk 3-ig? in t 5 W :Mgr , WL f ixigr ' fx E, H W Q was f. 54QgwmQhf21,b?f Q-QWWW4 5 Q2 ,X -ff fi 1 ,A 4 gh ,ig 5' Q k X V bf' 5 5 ?ae2fgQ435f:2'?N :Yk Q24 Wasp-:X 1 is ggi jeg? 43 it Q, ,' uw M , igqnggtr 5 ,milhzgiiqilf ' wa 1 V ng 1 1.2253 Par' J, Q, 43 AAF, Q A S W gyw -B M, ,Lv ,Q S 65,3 tiiiig -Kg: -, Am, Jw ku 12' Quilt ,xfw 'if 3 23 1' Ai if iiK S sw' 351' is 'gg 'gin fag Q I if J" S. am f 5 H 'l5fgZfMM?g'5m1'Hv?fk3i'5'V Q1 fghfslvf? iw? 'H R iw' viwgwzv 1 ' 4. 'f ?"1".' Mfg' "X Q if sf KH' l x . ffifggmi Wim, fix fE3,g11 ,:25,i 'f:WQ2, ff. wif gg' 'AZf?s5?h.i3W fy Lui 4 , x, 1 ggi J Q v'vJj?g,'1 wma aa ,Q fc I nip, 1 :jf if ' J? v,1f,,,,v'j,f iq ,T iff sw fggaahfw K L f iwfgfiifl -6 f Q 12E ? 5f+ f5ff ' ff 1 5 .Q W W f fx , , 551: W il gd ,,'E 'f Q X35 'Ui 'iam' ,pf 3 , P 'd?'? ,A?f H, 4 Q: X3 sf Y' q15 fr QL' ,F 'J' , 4 'iii 3541 Tax Q' ,Zz ,, .I . ,H Jw M V milf .. "'fT?i",Mf'j"3 'I' . 5 yi, wg i n w HER W ' 11 ff f 1-fi:-J '- - w'-,1.iw:sf:- '- YA 1. iff' f f' Al. ', ,-,ir 1 ,RL " 1 . , D ' gl: Pw if w ,if 1-- :I E -' ' , f 1 R " Lx N1 1E5?f"434 '- 2 -M ' TV R " H'-'lin-F w-' " - '.f 'f 17 , Ji af- V " L," -M. lflkf' '. . Q " Q ' " "v -- -'TA , ,gy ' ' M 2312 wk , pq ' ,ci-'qavrf ,- , --41 yi " ' ff . 51 ,, i ' -,f .U lf QI. ' 'YL Q 'I 'ff'f"' M56 M F Q 413 L ww? 9 Y 'Nm F, ? 4 ,, .,,g r:- I: L. -, ' 'Q W ai ' , 5 1? QQ? b v?5'a:'5 'K W 'f 'ALF' 4 3 ffl A 5 . L ji? Q A W ,, in V ' b - ' . ' " . 11121-.. 5 . 2--fi f 35, f' "'.,iz"a, Lf. ,Q 1,-Nt. Y Gu, f5'Q.." nf' -'mil ' iksiw' :3eiH:,g.vg..1.fQ1z-if ' , ' ' ' " " 5, ' Ji 327153 will . : 'F Hfmij .Q if , :"' . UM" -Jn 11 mimi ' 3 '?"'41fr"'ili,V-v: F.1:"::1: 'ff ',i 'A 'Q .f ' -H V -1 '-'2'3.i-'-283525 iam- -, fi" -' 6l:,"'.:,'W a.wu'K?'L'vv FH-14511: .3 ,z!Lwi4'3Zh:Jp I":92-N'u:!f4a?eV Ei I f w ,1-SL Q. W 834 '-1,3 !,'?'iS24,g-nu M- - :wav vwufwfm-1 , .'vf!',mv ,mp-e,.-Q Wx-qw:21,,:,H.4.,4f49:-Lf 11- .g g-nje,Q warg. -3 ,, -, jmwizg' mx: wi'"-:www-K4gmt-wfWy1.M51.!!QM-E-v!s5AW5f,:,1' W ,ji 'w lS'r':2.S3iQ9agf, 'If-4:-21 41--wa., , ' H 'H2'w?y'fW ,MMLNLX-fm -1g,Q:Af,q5Bi'f..-345-'Sz,-al-11-'::1'f4?2-Qf:y mx, 1 ,Y '5 1-uf" fn- ws:-2?:sf5f?f'4 1'-!i'?s"ZFi:'f1:FFf'9'f P-we-.'zQ'W2'9f'1.M' 'WA 3434ww34?'1i3w'fm':':"Y!-KE 'WN -N'.L:'fbfL"'1'1,?i'fP?-Wm f w fr? -zr u - 1' "ucv-iv.g,'5?2 556235 -u-.sEgllf'553fP'1im.qqQg1r-V-A' -.J4ww'! JEQW1 V M61 wwwpp ,,1"wffzfJ1',pQlg2'M'Jw-vif-eviaffwggveixf '+W' ?fW29f?Xsfff1" w 1512, -. ''vmaw-951LAW'-?'Q'Jkbimwgfwp-fsxeggfl'EW . f,, ,. A1fa5,Qms-Qseff-A?5Qx 1ggf2fr5f'Z4!'?a-Hm1g5,Nf.AG,f.A,56if2H ,lzafwinniwl M'myaggsfrwztw-ifsvfrfaxrfwu 'Q - in A-v1fe.u3,ur-tw . +i4mq" F5211-"'-:':W15 wiv wzmgygh.se"ee vu . we -'-fswfef M-'w"t51'-'n'f"Qf-v..' f5m1FfG!'1f'51'f'fP Mm 2 ff 1 liashxyfflfeigy - iyigfkv-f.5'w!s:w7s-5fgif'Afvs-LJ.m,Ff's3i 514-1 .v1mfg'.' Q-nvhuw ffam..E35'm.Y.1: r M , L ugz.-.7 ' P. V. . , MM A,,.N .. -1,- -,1 ,A,- -,N - ,, , ,-- 11 Megliln., W w'5,,.w.f5, U-.,f-,,-, Y. ,H-a V '-w,.q-W: L-.-,F-f.f EQi2ggw5iig5Q3'f?E,wr',fg, 1 , Qgg1'Jg5g"'s7i SQ 9g.f5ggW- if,,wW wiv wwf my + f " ' 1, , 'A 1 ' :Leaf ' - Q ,MH . ,- - Q . V W ,,w. - - 4,-.T JM Ek 7 f ,1 If V -uf: --,- A I 'H ua' - In p. , ,.3,fI2 11 Zig M1 W F :gk W .x E1'f7'NSg' 71? " JE! " L iii? Er Af Fu Q f' yr : 5 :H Q 5? mf wifi f ,,'4q+,-mom 3 3 mv? ' , . " , U"",,zf if HQ A HT 1. A 1 , 1 i -1 Ngigg t J L ,, v H V, , w G+ H 1? ,,' gg' ffiiwm, U, mljiiw ,K is, .ex if f A f J vt I 1 K 'ff' " " 5 sk " .QQ 4+ fx' 'g, . 4? . 'S fig! YM Jin W MQ' 1:1 'P Q1 I ie, 3 F 'iff g ok 'Sw 1 yr Hy Mn r , 1 Y , 1 F' wg r if V x MQ, 1 1. F ' 1 1' Q 1. 4 k 1 L K 'S pq S H 451,955 'H . W ,S F5 J' he q ir A sl ,M .dw 'A I . H J W lady-57 Y " Qi? ,gm F -N 4 if 543255 if fmhffigf fr X els"-gi K Wi: 1453? Ie ,giigkswgi N 33 Hg X QA' 1:-U ,' ,1 '-5 1 wg,-' gqwg.aL.,,eL4,:, ,Ffa 2g'n,h,,h g 'Q . 3 ' 'X 2 , 1-1. "4 ,- 4 H , " 453. - 1w' ?33"i3f?w" . fe -A 2 ' Q fm S . f , .2 1. , ., - L- .1-,. . 4 1 ., ,L .. ., ,:. 1 1 wwf.,.:w..,,v.-5-,.me..,,mm if k-K H1 ' LV" E X' - - ffgg'-.:. H -' -W. .4-.. iw-43-"-.,1. 3.13,-?Ff,,:u.,'q' ,,q,f-',,,vw-f.,'g.H, 'lwmf 4. Q. aw-W, .e-g gf , w-fig. ef., ,,, - ,iggffmfg ravi H.. , 439' V Qty.-1fp.,q g.,g:-,ak4..1-.,xE- wf: .14 -g.,4,w-,,,w.,4-.'2g,a:4g'-mea5f,v:,Wm5:1,hhsung --a r' V ,,:' V- w V ' v- -1 if Q.: f- -. ' M Q- . ' fermqz - ..-rv 1- X M2 4.'3f.1w,:l ,.4qs.a-9'::5fa':.a-,"Hf:,--gfrwzmq 46:21 'sh BLUEPRINT 1968 GEORGIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY VOLUME 61 ATLANTA, GEORGIA I 1 wwf ifswnvli I 05.15 FEATURES ........ BEAUTIES .......... STUDENT 668962 . . ACADEMICS ........ SPORTS ............. ORGANIZATIONS. . CREEKS ............. CLASSES ............ ADVERTISEMENTS 1 . T f '...,,. xv .pc , ' ,F -xxrlvwv-an yn? dy? IL: Jn if . A R Q4 Jn.. . J., Q I-0 -.L 1 R6 Q I J' I A -, .ft -. -, ,,-- ' ' . . . . - , - Sp ,f f .4 F :P an .- v -5 J - 1' ,. 1' I. ,5. fi' 3 . 5 ,?',.A'?995"sf11wf -,r..j' 435 as if-5 2.1. 'a-"PSY f'1?3fgi. -3' -.- is ! 3, ...N j y -: ., v F.. Q.. J-4. 1, ' 'Q alms.--5, ' 3: J. Y Ig: ,.a23e:-6,6 . ,AJ R. A., 3- Y .q,.?1f:!:.', .- ull, Ay! A -xx I ., ., .1.,fA .. I M .,,,. ,. 1, I , 1 K. J.- ,gg ' - ...-,- 1 X 14332, . 1 .. ,Q A.. IFN. .1 , ,sly . , l . .X J lik? -f, 6111 if-.L 'Qnj Q, 1'11?'i.g-affdfgzxm Ex Pwgixf 'T' ,,,62,g4l5"'5""1N-41 4. 55 4: adgav ff RJ -' fr. XX., 42,2 14 3 ,L N . 3' -1 Fa- --V --,,1,,5- : 5 .5 ff". 5- 4' -., I , g ,ld ,-,v ,H h c 1 ,, -'U ' I .fi "-- Q , .--.A A' if . ,, '- f' 'K H - " gf 4sm"5.f-'fffl'E."t'!" N' A QQWAV GLW' fi! 1 .- 4 1.1 H' - md' N ,ai -" aw' e . V J 5 ..- P4-A., ,. 'V , q -gy. 'ff A -fu ,-"' X-7: gf. , 2 .. - -'- .- 515, yf. ff, ", -4. N ,753 Q Q: QL.. 4 -' w 111- , an 1.- K .. VIN, . is , ' -2.1- 'H-wa. b 1 6 X ,Q n - f9?:.X-:fn ,Ijirt Q5 ju , 5355- KX- 313. Qffthflig IL: Jax.. 3 A-wi .mm A in -rw. ,2f,,.5.xf 12, 1 '- L- vm . 4, A bw", ab- -- v ,- 'Mfg Q32 33- ,QI fn .,,,k1J. ' .1 ,f . -y, fr ' -A-r J 4, ' "5 r ' " vb I . ,-...A - f " ,jg 1 ' 'g 'wifix-'fi 'rf 7, 'iq ::5:'.' ,vgff ,J-'L' A: hywgzpu ',' ,:.f'Jif ' :Q sm' I I gg. Arg?-r'r':': Q'::a2.j.'l.f1m I -M .Fw : ,., Q I. 2... -:.A',:,.v ti l 1. aka? ,., -th Yrs- ,'-7,33 . uf' fd' 3 hh A' dir ,4 :ca . ,. 4 I. slim: WW -ki, hh' 5 'N jf ' K 7. I ., wav N ' ff v-iw "..' rx f CJ. f.---'f -P -f' - ',,..- K-. . ny . ,-a:.-ki 41' -- "5Q,'5,-r P rf 'Ns .' '-wfffi H '-2 A--v:':g'J'y-4' V , -132 f,35fff" L r f 'N .- "'n?',Q , W6 1, .cj-N ?'.w A ' W ' 55 Q ' K 5: l S' 'I' ,is 1. -'J1 -, '. "" "1 'V ' " - .- " K 'D' ' 'wi-'J 'gf' 4' uf. ,. 165' -M ff., 3 -:SY 1' "- . X Q N. . Q, V. , I-iii -' r.--ff ,ry .464--'ax -f-..,, ,,' .319 'vi' . .. .11 4 ' Aff, SJH4' ag, My .g ' n.. . .1 .,' 3.- A ,.. f -j' , -I ,, - ,nw -- 4 -' ' ' ,.' .' ': ' 4 -I 5 " ' "HMT i3ij:'.' if-'. .1 , -' , 71. -Q-QQ -A 5' ,y 'ms . My ' J -- f':f?di',. H'-y.L'5:' -gyn- Af. , A 5 , -Pi-'f -' jf '- -N " .45 .- if nfs, , . , 1. , f W.. .-. rldgyf, 4 I : J-if 1 ' , ' " 95 '. x - ' J"-- 2 . ' ,f " " ' ,, . N sr" ' ..r' pf. 1 In i i J, Q 5-fa., .1 :Sf 4" , 'iq . V V, ev. 'U : --wsu: why, 7-gvrlikf sh Q IEW.: M r- 1 in JF, 555.1 3.4. W :, ' '24 -3 - U f ff- " r . -,Mg , big., ,--'J ..s?,,Sf .ff v. Ffa 'M' .N .-., xf- V W 1 5.. - -U19 .gi .2 my Alix ,Q WWQ, .iqw H..-. jr. ...XY J ,iii-5 k:- J nil, l?f?,k'd,w,, --'e J aa, 4 .4 W . A. N-A . .-:- 1' - ' .. , ,, ' .- , - . A 4. V er f f 4 -. "" Qc' K- .ff 1 '- 'n 452-ffm-F,,.,, ,,v'7','fx1""'f"' A ff 1 ,-- ' -' . V Q., ,, , N. ,. , . 6, v . .. n it K .2 H. -. . , Vw... y ' - . I A M -4 ... . -. .019 3 . - A-1 , ,gy-P" wi L ' ..,v.f, "J 1 7A ,- - - 6' ,244 gk xg! ..-'W' QP' ,X U J 4, 324:33 .vu My , " Ural? . ' fx ff 5' ' M f ' ' ".. . Q -' F " 1 ' -if " Q- if w 5144 .'..5f'5 '. , . ' .' " y' "', u . .. ' gf' ,. ,, ' ,L "f, .f".- 1-D '. ' -. '- ,T V ff! 4 "'fA, YM.: K .LJ L.QxKiffl , .' "nf I . ' ..-Bra x . if "" V: 1' f NW-4" 4' 4 J, 'iv A I' . sf ' ,..--C- - ' J, j 44-fu Q- 1 ,,. ' .' - P- ' ,rf , , f ' vw.,-ff " Q , f 1- ,, i ,-1 . Q ,k -. ...fl , 1- wi' .f .- ,f -, we , . mf . Q , Q " 1 R 4'-4' . - Q-01 N, Nj -Y -'.' . ' ,.- - sph 33, ,,,,,,' A is -f -4 ' ,., 1 ' " ': , .. :,4,x,1 . -' -w 1 1 -' -'ff - '- ' A-' SF """- - ,f :. 5 1" fr "Q U ' 1 5 ' " 7' 15:1--3-.ff""' ' ., Q 3 '. Z 1 2 ' 'Q' K 1' .."'Q .NWI Ar, - if "W '- . . .1 Q 'w'.T" 7517" . -"gf" hw -NT? , Q' 1 - , . -5 -'T' ' '.-1' X, , , . -2 H W -'33, 5. 3'-f --3: 1+ , 2- ff. Pi . 'fy f ' "ww Qf " . w- . Q 'H D 'T - 'V ' ' -Fi-'L S-Lv '12 ' ' ' ,- 5 - "' - ,,.- ' . ' -' I. V- " -'. X f , 4 ' f - T. , ' g. z .. f, - ii, -4. 'fl 1' - ' f Q-Q ' Q, 'ae ,-5 'f 51 - -5 - , if' .- 2 K- 8 ' ,f Y ' . ,' ' -s..,- ', ,, W 1- ' ' - , -- -X' 1,4 .. PK 'Q-'--'.."'. 'w---ff' X' ". 4. ,. 17 7',"'- A Q. A 52 - 13 f 1.- Q4 ' . "-J 1 2 -i . .',' ri Z 1 " -nog--1' A .Af ' ' , f vf if , P ""' . , L-I ::, 'f -.X x 7 - W I 2- 4,5 'Ky A ' - , ,'f,r tg - ,-' ,TWT - ' 'f,,- .. v -I ' ff- if ff" --,Lg . ' - ff-- 1, " -f -,' A-f" -,.f QM. 12 ,-'f' -. . L4 'sv . .. f' ' 5 - , J' ' J.. ig ,- L.-,Q . ' A . " 2-7' ,- - -4' QQ ix. :ff .1 -fi f-1 - f Y I ,, YS - Q12 -P . 4 A-f' I-I , sa - ,I .I I , Q M 1. V' V, ,Q f.f:. . J 1 . ,. U. -,V -H. . :L 'V .J N-F,-'1.i.'T . V 9, - ,,.g'p-A ---f, f H .. ,ff -ff ,.. - , ff, .. A -- - Q3 1 K- - in -,Jw vji, ,Q , if .A iAg.f 1.4.3--'J ,,' , 'f ,x .5 'fwmuk -f: '. ' : " ' . A, ,,, Y ...x jx- l .A , . ', -, xr, - , q., 'ju' . . '. A , . f I 44' A f ," .,.4,f'.- K:-Qui' 'Q' 4? .141 .' ,' "ff Hifi' -'VJ' . 'w"5'5.' ' , Y ' V 1 1- . - 1 K -f'..' 4 I . .,.a- ,V -U-Lv.: ,'.-'ftx G., ag, . I A , , , "- -4"'.S'. ' ' - .- "Yun gg, 1 4' --gf - -'F f 5, 'f ,t:?'. :W Ee, 3' 1" six - 5' ' ..r,.k'-555 ,S1 ' ' -"K nf' -Ji," 54"-' ' 1 -"' ' 1 - 'H ,F-T. - " A V . v, A 1 .yjl LT., 444. xiii ' 3. y- Y.,T:Q1E,:-IE: " 5 - G. Ii. ' li T1 y .. - ' . , '-'r - N ,T "'. ,' 1 Wi- 5 '--'f f"'7 f." ' Q 4 32-.:fiQw f-' - 1 '- 'NY ,' ' Q " .- '? 1 - f - xy, .gQ1.',, fag 1 .1. ,1..Qf ' f ifxrfw l- A- ' '-------f-.4,,-ff'-4 , ff --'S-J,-. .-f ' . f us., - ,- f- - .. f- , ""'-'-V. ., ,L -'gif' V 'H ' " -4" 1' 13 ' ,Q 'f""25f' 'WRST 3 . -' ' x ' ff -'S'-f' - .r ' '.- - V Lf' ' " ' ' "' rp, ' 'f , . Y '94, N---5, - qpg...w ga L" ,,' .-f -I,,4Lf' ,1 Ft ff N., "'N-Q,-YQfr-.',".A fr' ' 4' L - 51 D '51 ' 7 4 .' 1 1 Lf , May 13. LM, Z, Xxx f . .K .- fl.. -.441-,.4 -msg-L gy x Y . ' ' Fr I i 'c ' - ix. -' , g , 5' p - . ffl 1 1: -. S 5, Z X1 Q lm, I u -5 e'3HF?Y""iW'f'4- , 3 .Q .L fi bv -u- -J- -Q, v nn .Q- 'in FEATURES , , ... Us if? . .G l?':'rr-.-- ps:-au.-,J . .4 p 1 0 -r o 1 'rf r'-1 5 Makin A . un- . ark .ghbwi , aiH"gTff:f'A 4 ,, i v W f w R I , . nw - -1 '1 at 0 I X A A Y 5 A-awww vw-npr '?Q 1 Q fm Au B' 4 , .M 4' -iw ff 'H .Uz- ' r I 1-. ' 'I f'. ,N .. W 5 ! .num M ,M ,. G, X. ,M swf- U I 4 0 , w- o 2' K' 4-I, - -www,- . .tl Q' , ... X 5 1 ,, A W ! Y. ,af up ,iugxX, 4 1 4 , V . 1 1a.....w..1u.g......1 -Q... , 1- 1 ' , , , Q1-fL111j Q luv' 14 1 Q 9' W1 xv My 1 i 4 4395, -i 1 - ' , -1- lf. P i H- 4, ,D ,Q . A 44 I W 1 4 . x 'V ' 'W1' '+1:"i" , 1 -k??31'?E- , . 1',.1.2 11 Q 11 A R V XX , .V . 1 ,ff 'xigifw 2g1,.,15g111ss1.g114-1 1.2. ' ' , 1' 111.11151 44 44 N2 M4114 . 1: 1. 4 -,. 1 ' - 1 1 1111- :1 1 , 111 .1 . -111111 V , A 1 mf: 1 ' 1 ff" .11 5, in ' MH- -- -1 ' ' -, ' 4. ' 111 55 - ' ' i ' 11 'T"'f :J ' .1 1.1 ' . Q .-1Qg,..Q-61... ,.1-qwammgw 111:11141:-1r.'11:X1:.1111,,z11a11:.f1f,.5g,1, W1 , ' ' "W 1 A , , .1-111 4 ' , , r Y an ' 6 M- ' . 1 1 ' 1 1 ' 1 ' 4 A .1 ' 355141, 11 ' 51, KA: ,4 4 I ww- .1,...1,,4g,y,,,gg,W.,-,,,S . .1MLM4dWl ---....,......,.,,,,, f q 1 js I ' 1 ' ,' 14 fl 391311 ' 34.11 ' . 4 1 1 5 4 4 1- .. 11411 111 , , 1 4 4 11-.fm 4 , 41 A ,- -, H7 .1 5 1- .1 Q x ,V"' '11 I 11' 1 7 df., ,ik 5 1WX1'3 MM .11,1g1Qf , gf. g'ff'1"' 1, 41 F ,L l V 1,W'iA RF' L 'M' ' A' I 1 ' 3 -- 1 Y ,mri 4541? HL K ' 1 ' " 4' ' 1 . 1 1 -1 . if 1 Q. 1 1, ' ' ' 1. Q , 1 1 -fuffgl 1 1 , , 1 1 1 W 1 ' 1 1' 1 1-- A1 ,. , A -, -1, .t - ' ' 1 4.1-J' 11, . 1' :W1 1111 I K . , 1 1 1 ' 4' - , 1 f 4 4 H1 1 V - 11 , Qjdgffgy 4 4 4 , h . , , ,L 1 1 , A . 1 .,,.. , 4 1 rl' 4 1 1 , R ' , 1 V V 4 1 -' -1 , 1 . , ' 1 1 ' ,F , 1 3 , 4 1 ,Q A 'X ai 1 1 111Qia1wM'L ' I1 ,Q , " 1 ' 5 ' ' ' 1 '- . 'HW .'zf11o1a.,..-W.,11.-.,,.,.Q, ' ' 1 1 ' 1 1 , ., K 1 A 1 . Q - , r 1 I 11.-+ 41 ga- 4 " " A ' wx--W ...,..1...,..,....,i , A . Q 8 V ' . ' 'l ' ' 111 Wi '1 1 ' ' , ' ' X " D' - --14--1.,..W1, - I . r . 'ww '1 "S l"' .L11" 2f"ff15'H ' "- Ziff ?!'4 if F , "f nf' 41. - - 'K 1 .1-1.1121-311-1.,,1.-.11 ' 1 """" ' ' 1 1 - ' ' - , 1 ' L 1 ' - A ' r ' 1 '- 1. 11 1 . 4 . 1, ' ' 1 3 fig". T 1 1 1 - ' -1 . L 1 1- '1 . .W ' A Q , 11' -' 4' M - K ' 1 I 1 1 1 ui 4 V W H -4 I 1 , V V ff ' g 4- 1- ,.f-1.5-.,,,Q'.,gQii3:V 1- Q 5-52:5 'X 5-fp ' N.'L1--vmlvtf 15:11-'.na 4 .- ,. 1 4 fs-4 -. ' ,1 5 ,, f 1 , ,.1 1 1 ' ' " " u' M1 " ' .MMW1 J 1' 1 I , , 1 . , , ' ' J 4 1 , 1 f . - t 1 1, 61 , . N , wi - 4 4 4 Q , ' ' 1 1 ' 1. , kj -' F11 ""1+'.1w,u gf f, , . ., M 'Z K 1 ,, 1 11:1 113ffg12,:1. my ,t.g,4,14, . 4 . ' 111 g:?S',1,55311.1egJ'?-11 .,, 4 4 - ' 1 ' if 4 ' 1 7 4 , , 1 " ,4 1 1- ,fE1,vw1'.5,?1fg?fv'1:-353' -1 F' ., fgffiggw 1 - 1 4 1 11 1, A 1 ' , 1. ' 1 4 . f. H 1 4: V 'W' 11. 'Y " , 1.. M, ' x V " l 'Q' 1 , '. X 1 1 A-1 4' Y M W"'f-f?35?52x3f21+,. 711' QM, Ufst 4' 1 1 , , 4 -Y 1 1 1 2-L 'S .1 ' 5 1 I I 1 e M ' V11 x K 11 I L '25 5 1 ,, g 1 1 ' I , v ' , , ME ' " , 4 "'Q-3v 'X 1 , ' E ' , ' ' ' 4' ' ' w 11 'T V '7":?zf1. W W 1MmYE:Ls1,,.1,,h,L4V,t rY , . Y. . . V 1 H ' 1 ,.-sy. dy X ,'Q'7?+""Q""3f'33t-W 4,1 ,-- 4 . ' A' -"1 ' ff", 1 1 ' " '- ,. -" ' ' 1 M ' 15,51 'i'-'-1" . J ,, ,1 H " f'I-A 'M-. ", 11 U 1 -1' '1 o ..l.. 'Q - x , 9' -rf' I .1 4 .giqfj .4 gi. 1 4, 15 .. -A .1v1,v'.y, 11451: .', "W x ' K'i 1 ' 1 n. , P 5 r Q ri A 4 A mx ' M ! ' 'I Y .E ,A 41, 15,332 .4 ' ' A M11 -' . '. 1145- , , 'H 'I ' ' - H 4.3 'F Q-11 A a ' ' .1 4 Ko QQ M1 s ' f 6 ' ' 5 " 11 r 'Q "- - V ' 5 1 1 gf" -. uf K " bf ' 3561 Q1'f"+'L f',,,44 4 Q A-Qf1'n,., ' ' ... -.M .gm ' , 1 W ' 'Q V ' QW, 5' '3 ' ' ft '-,,,,,,.--11-13 N "' "' ' , 's 4- 3. 4 11m11- ,O . 4...-.in-Q 11, qs ' 1 1' ,, 1 Nf",.' i., Y ,V 4 1 . 1 1 1 1, u. X 44 1 I - 'sg . 1 A 1 K ., tg u ,, 1- 1 . Q - A . W A ,R N -- -M . . . 1 .1 2 4 " . 1' 1 1' 11 J 7 ' . - 2 . 1 It ,, ..,.. - l 11 1 'SW 4 ,1- 1 - 1' ' 1 4 1 1,.1..., "1 M - 1 1' . A ' 3 , 11, ' W K , 'ill -111 1 R' K 1 7 U F4-4 -., . . .. - 1,44 111 1 1- "wi, 1 - WA. ,V J ' A 4557 5 A , 1. - 1 1 ,,,.111, . . 4 .""' , 'ii' v .J 1-1 M, 1 Y1 .1 SFY1 - vl1,51l'-11,!11i,q34.igg 44 1 A Mm A , 4 1' - -, 4A , M in . ,g 1,-1.111173 tm, 4.7 1 1-Q: M1411 W l4j1,111,n3 A. 'MV . ' Q 1 4 'K ' Q' . a. - W- - -..... 'Em 'V x M ' ,W-1 '5.,,1,..yg1 W' W 9' . ' 'Q ..- ' I Nfl- 1 1, . .1., has .., , 4,1 . 1,51 ,A 14 ag 'Q . 1 1 - , 4, 6 nw' M N u - 11 5 .39 WVW444 , - ' 4 4 - . f 444.-,,.. . 1 .1 , .- 1 11 ,. ,,. X 1 , 1. ,B 1 1-111 - 1 H H-5:3 . - " H M. f' .t 4 N X1-W 72' '3-' 11-A4 -11111-F . A A - 4 - ,,5.,y,f p 1.2: lf -11,,A',,4g,,'Qm,'ffgj 4, 4 , ' ' 1 11111 1 , ref' ,f 1 11 1-1 1.1, W., 4-43, ..... : - K 1 1 4, - 1 -1 , ,Q . wwvw-M1 4 'H 1 . 'Q -4 k ' . ?ff?1f'g!'2' - iw 1 ' ' ' 1 ' 4 , V ' '1 1 1 1 1 1 . , 1 11, .MW A . , - , " -,:"11': "h'1f'w:1.,1 , "mf if - 1 , ., X- 1'1" ,, V 1 1 -1 -.. 1. 111- 21' 1 R "':"' 3"'3f'f-.1 ' --'-ical' , " 531 82-ig! ' - . -1 .1 1,vff..1111iZ -f11.1"1 -W ' lp . . i . -1, 3 4 4 f r . 411, ,4,,wi as W 1 14 'F ,15i,.11:,w qwvfsiv NM 51 2 . 1 f-.1--x11-,paw .1 'f 1. 11111. 1 ,fiwq ' . , 1,1 4- 1. .. :Q -15 1,.' nf? A I ,mid A11 gy 1 , 4 4 1 3, .bi .1 9 1 ' 1 1 , 1 11 1 :ga .1 ' .1,.,,-, -il ,... " 1, 1 ' 1' ' A 1, 11 1 11-My 1121-5, A , .11,,,,:g.x,3+f1gf-it " J'2f".11J . 1,1 1 W ,Q Q , xxx ...Wg ii A 5 'rf V""! ,N 1 'X .',. I r 1 ,. s tm H l y .ff . -v Q - l A s . - , ., ' nf 4 1 ' - , ' Q it x 2. f?'5 Q-5 Y ' K : s Q wtkiknz - 8 r ,fr '4 , s' P a 'N . 3 wt 5 , ,Maki vm X K X X , 1 X, ,7 ni ' '?' 1 i 5' Q 1 se, A g ,, , .. . 1 . is :M U ,Z 4 Q3 ' Y , M, MX, v., H.. . t A , , - P ff.. , ' .1 a . W-7, - Mu- f 1' 'lr f "' 'Q f -f, ""'rw 'E , Y' ,M Q 'M 1, ,, ,, ,I ,A An,,s,,,.M.L...k,. W 7 T X J' . at ,m,.i.k.M ,...,,,QL.w5asw,m wffagwx W ,wr 1 4 'V W " X W,,,wWwM..M-uw., . I X, I W" ' ' l s f ' xww- 1 Q jf A MJ 2 il 1 W- 1 . 1 'q F' 'V ' , -,pw - -' ' W' ' , , I M Q .,-nA Y -X fy - w 1-' I 4, ,. X f Q - xx ,gf x Y X A . kr' ,,,i,,,4,,QQ.,2 Y 571ff2g3cilS?xC'wM,! , Q r 'eg , X, ffm-f.-afi2fL2fwfrzwv2e?H?, U L ' Qs-wwvwfmqfqgxgi A ' Q' ,Aw f , ,M 'Wx , , mg1,?f331y.'-' , f 5413 I .Maw , ff- M I 11,52 g L,-,h -g,m,-A- V. A Gm' p A .W New A iff-I , Lf ' i V V K WH X, Mi M 5115413 , F . I -A ,ew:fx.fa'f,kQw-1' .gm qv, 1. - , :vw , , c. A' H 7 y-fn "' ,. K5 - ,- ,S-2" Y '- 'A "M ' A " Q AwXEi15y,fLh'z:w ' W. Mn ,AWX .. X-'A' WW? ,,, . Atlanta - City of a Million Q iran. """ ...... , .. 31311-3-, 5" U ig' , L ' n g,,,,.,. ! V 3, gg: ,. I ii 411113451 mann-n an-u-un, 4.04, v- -ap- 'HQ- ,.....n... L? .it- -wigs., -ft, 'Irvs A 1 I . ' ' A, I. 'Mal .V L4"' 1' :mmm N ENQIUESEQQEYZ ,Q Urzxszz :rr , 3, , 'QIIJ 1423, ..- 1. Ailllllllikf L I --........,h,. i W , . 6- ,Vw ' f.,- -' N2 520, W Q .F pr mMfww1ww'f ' ,S 54:,g,w,i ii 7 an ,, .5 S 2 ii ,,QgfZ,,Zg f Q, , . w,.',, wgwfaffifxf, W f7'w,Q eq.gmgfi'Y' 4,3 M, EW J H Wh. +1 ,Agn ,W if -.if iff! 3 fi A.-A 13 Homecoming - A Weekend of Tradition l 5 1 5 Work - Not Too Bad f, M.,,,hKw R ,,... ,. . fm, f, W' 'gmuullr ' 1q':J3,e"' , ., ,L If You Have Time for It f Y ' S ,151 35 5 rg: ii 'S " ' e Exif, E W F 3' J ' 1' ' u M, E 1 1 1 r A l wwf--w"q The Demand for Diversion V -1-v-iv-fv--- 1W - . I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I . I I I I I I I I II" I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I I I I I- I I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I , BEAUTIES MISS BLUEPRINT MISS HOMECOMING MRS. HOMECOMING GREEK GODDESS Miss Blueprint Miss Leslie Buchanan was chosen by the Blueprint staff as Miss Blueprint 1968. Since Miss Buchanan is a native of Decatur, she chose to attend Agnes Scott College, thus being the second Miss Blueprint from Scott in as many years. Leslie is a sophomore majoring in English and intends on going to the University of Georgia to party and study journalism on the side. Techmen got their first look at Leslie in the Bam- ler when she was featured as the Bam- bler Girl in 1967. Miss Blueprint likes modeling, places with atmosphere, tra- velling, pop corn, and cotton candy. ii-ldifv ima, g f wit, . " 'F-25?A5:. 1- Aw ,LA J mv, ,. ,, -y-- ,ff - ' -1 fr 'iii 4 .v ,Q V 55. A 1, 'I X1 -. 5 ' ' R' W . 5 K! ...ai ,. -' L, I , Vw "WT'i:ui:,1s3R I' " x51:',,. I, Q ' 1 . , .X 5 WL - X wr 'N YI xx . '1 ,. I L, fb Lx 'EI' f C f WI Q' ,. V . sg' AM X -, 1 N - " . 5 A -ai S , A ,y 'S y ' , pi 1 4 .AP 1 w .' ' v11?'3MMi', . ,ix '4 . . 5, I .A Qgffil 54 X' W1 wW"5?w ,plz 4gi,5v,'f:' V. -TL I FM Miss Homecoming Sponsored by Sigma Nu fraternity, Miss Homecoming for 1967 is Miss Emily Balz. Emily is a junior at Emory University majoring in Marl-ietin . At Emory iss Balz is a member ofgTri- Delt sorority and was chosen Miss Emory as a freshman. Hailing from Greenville, South Carolina, she was a finalist in the Miss South Carolina Pag- eant in the Summer of 1966. Miss Balz is an expert horseback rider and also en- fgys ice skating and spectator sports. mily can be seen around the Tech campus guite often as she is the sweet- heart of igma u fraternity and is also engaged to Tech student Hawley Smith. Q L i. yin , E1 W , f V sw ' I -1 M Y . .. i, .Ir .V PM 4 f A 9549 , -'sei' A fwigiy A Q , V , .,,. 1 mgufv-6215 1f"v'i5i'e M 4 f- ,1 ww: Q mm 'EA u , 'M -jlvgfwiw rfffzsiifwi' 1 ,fy-, - . ,Lew -s,2,,f Bw . ft , W www, . K . gy., y , .ygzmu -'ff f Z1 Aj' Qfwwwwm J 4, , ,Q ,W ww ' we vwxm, aj wal. ' M, my X r 3,5 Jg,L' , I' ,.-y., 'wh J .,'w3Y9v , , " J, , A M Www . A ww w +1 yfgw ,yn 5 .grim 1 "W W- Mmm' 1 -tw? .W www Q, ,Q-A ,ww 'QQ' , - QQ,,,i?5wZ,x - wi -,ff mia , 3, Greek Goddess Miss Susan Head reigned over the Greeks as Greek Goddess for 1967. Being a local girl, Susan is a junior in Interior Design at Georgia State Gol- lege. She is not new to the Tech campus, however, as she was the Sweetheart of Sigma Chi and one ofthe ten semifinal- ists in the Miss Homecoming contest. Miss Head is an avid traveller and en- joys music, especially the piano. 9 WOLVERTON LATC HT s ' W 3 Gmnuns Sl 668962, IE , SENIO TITLPHA-N01 scuoom Tcu GEORGIA INSTITUTE O 4 1 CASHlER'S U si No.1 me 27 T3967 T W X T95 T X 3 9 I '17 ATLANTA, GE T T Student Identification--Yalid Only-I . --im X5763 UUE'-I lwl IECHNOLPGY IGIA s is a ceipt at Vol mission hletic D CHA l'lNG non Officially Stamped GGING PLACES AND DUING THINGS WITH STUDENT 666962 SPRING 1967 SUMMER 1967 FALL 1967 WINTER 1968 Spring: Sunny Days and an Occasional Quiz 30 Ah-spring! What a wonderful time of the year: birds, flowers, budding trees, El sian fields, VVordsworth's " ost of ollden daffodils," Georgia Tech. Some- how all of these things don't mix. The Tech administration would like for you to believe that Spring Qluarter is Lust an- other quarter, but we a l know t at it is the quarter that studies go begging and everything else wins. The At anta Chiefs and Braves, as well as Lum's, served as study breaks. This S ring, the Tech camdpus was plagued gy construction. In a dition to the Ph sics, Library, Chemistr , and NASA fluildings, the campus arclfiitects decided to put a "tunne " across the campus. The infamous raid that oc- curred onthe occupants of Glenn Dorm will long be remembered as a hallmark of Institutional improbriety. Even though it is too hot to study in the dorms, you still must study some- where. Even though the lazy, warm mornings invite sleep, you still must oc- casiona ly go to class. Sunbathing, ten- nis, shorts, birddogging, laziness . . . it must be Spring. In . , .,.. T T'-7' 1.-,Jw ' S' - .e'i Itt r i't y Student 666962 He's a normal, average sort of guy who was born to Georgia Tech through the cohabitation of computers and IBM cards. He might be a EE or he might be an IM - the chances are very good that he will have been both before he leaves Tech. He'll be called everything from a "damn poor Rat" to one of the best edu- cated young men in the nation while he spends 4, 5, or maybe even 6 years here. He will face the passion of decision and frustration: what to do, how to do it, where to do it, when to do it. Study, get a date, sleep, punt, drop the course, give up and go home, max the quiz, take 20 hours or take 12 and hope you don't get drafted. He will find that maybe Geor- gia Tech is not really a good school, but rather a hard school. Maybe he will discover the difference between the stu- dents' and the profs' concepts of educa- tion. Maybe he'll discover Mother Tech really does care, but she must flunk many people to keep her image up. While he's here, he'll be transformed from a homesick kid who was told by some computer that he was a freshman in college. While they have him awed, they will also send a Dean or maybe even a student to tell him that 1 out of three freshmen won't be here this time next year. If he survives the initial shock and does stay in school, he will change, hopefully for the better. He will be exposed to chaos - the anxiety that is a part of the learning process. But above all, he will prevail. .- 1-4, i iam i 5 S E , ww: 1 4 5 5 4 i .ii , xgqn Q i la- ? f " ...M R , ' 1 E il 5 . 1 f E -.i --Q -Q .-,LR 4 .-vf,.w15f.x 'W gmfgfgggwis 3 , 'Q Vx l 5 I" f k ,- ' . m 5 mL.L 4 R - "VA 1 ' br' . , ,A ,Ms . i, 2, mi : is 1 .5 ..Mwam1:Qvmt,.,, h7?p'f1Qz,1..,azQ: . -V-ff .m.,.. ,, 2 Relaxation The Golden Moments . . - JZ fl i j, J-gQ. c': Y -a ' qv 5 . 1 T hai., s. g The Techman can be accused of many things while he spends his college years here, but there is one thing that he can't be accused of - he is never too snowed under by work to take time out for a little relaxation. Whether he just tries to catch a bit of rack time between classes, or spends the afternoon in a three to six ray lab, there is always as much or more zeal in doing this than in going back to the books. Hopefully, this short diversion will keep him from going stark raving mad under the pres- sures that Mother Tech has built her reputation on. Better he should maybe bomb-out on a quiz once in a while in favor of messing-off rather than end up beating his head against the wall or something a little more serious. These are the good moments of a Techman's life when he knows he can just put all his school problems aside and possibly decide for himself just what he wants to do next instead of having someone tell him what he will do. A Happening Mother Tech has a peaceful little campus where there are few, if any, pro- test movements, Draft Card burnings, or demonstrations - we just have riots. A rather wet young lady became irate, and proceeded to call the police. When the cop, who was once Nasser's tactical adviser, recognized that the situation was too much for him, he called for help from the fire department, Good move, buddy. With the arrival of the fire trucks came the subsequent arrival of several hundred more Techmen. When it was all over everybody was happy but the young lad - she was still wet. Techmen returnedvto the task of prepar- ing for finals and another thrilling day in the life of Mother Tech came to a close. The Pink Parachute ,,. -my I an fi" e "?..e '-s.. "Tl -1 -. 2-ff' ABOVE: The troy is never void of forms until after the lust drop deadline. LEFT: 1t's ci long walk from ffb Deon Stoton's office to your prof ond your advisor 'T 'M and then buck to Stoton's office. ,pn FM H lgil we 51 -Mgaf n fffew' , ' , , QQ ,, .KN , A y A, -1 M ,Q . ,,.f .:f.v..e1fv.,:,1 'T f:-iii? My BELOW: Whenever it is necessary to bail-out of a course, you must always flll out five copies fna carbons, pleasej of the little pink slip. V: W: fw-.. .Q x .X re 1- Kai? ' 1 1 5951 2:41 Graduation '67: "Don't Become Faceless Children" For at least four years and sometimes for as long as six years, a Techman looks forward to one thing -the day he glets out of Georggia Tech. For some of t ese people gra uation will mean going to work in the hard cruel worldg for oth- ers, it will mean going on to graduate schoolg for still others, it wi l mean exchangling their diploma for gold bars and bu ets with possiblgy an WEBSH- paid trip to Vietnam or or-ea. atev- er the case, this day signifies completion of the requirements or a degree from one of the nation's most rigorous insti- tutions. The commencement was the same as it hasbeensince 1890 when the first grad- uating class received its diplomas. All the rituals of the day were followed, from the ever-present wailing children, who don't yet realize the importance of this long ceremony, to the switching of the tassels from right to left. The ceremo- ny was the same - only the faces were different. The s eaker for the occasion was Dr. EdwardpE. David, executive director of Bell Labls research communication di- vision and an alumnus of Tech. Dr. David spoke of the fear that students possess of becoming faceless children of an organization, whether it be indus- trial, academic, governmental, or mili- tary. He encouraged the graduates to contribute not 'ust to the world of their chosen fields, hut to many worlds and in that way they could retain their indi- viduality. N. N A. . f- "jc" fi K WN V, .. mf -wr' ..., -.,M--M. --. .,.- TOP AND LEFT: Dr. Harrison awards the diplo- mas tothe Class of 1967. ABOVE: Happy graduates cling to the paper that it took so much time and work to earn. Nd Summer: The Dead Quarter Z 4 Summer Quarter is either the chance to catch up or to get ahead. The relaxed atmosphere and air-conditioned class- rooms almost make it bearable. Filling the void left by the vacationin Student Center and Student Council, tile Co-op Club provided entertainment for the three thousand students who came Summer qparter. During Co-op Field Day, Fres men and upperclassmen were treated to a picnic, a watermelon mess, a faculty-freshman softball game, a rat-hat review, a pie-eating contest, and the crowning of a Miss Perfect Lips. The popularity of school during Sum- mer Quarter has been increasing over the years. Now, because of the tight- ening of the draft laws, Summer Quar- ter has gained added utility . . . it helps one avoid the draft. People: It Takes All Kinds fr.-x-1: vi" l . - " 7. 'bv q?""v 1- 1 -E Ni aff 1 is 2 3 3 Q 3 5 Greetings From the President of the United States . It's always bad enough to get a letter from home saying your old man has just sold your car, or a dump letter from your sweetie, or a flush letter from your only job interview, but there is one let- ter than can be worse. When your friendly hometown Draft Board starts bugging you with questionaires, pre- induction physicals, and induction no- tices, you know they're up to no good. Now that the Great Society is in full swing and needs your bod for gun- fodder, it's nice to know that if you donit finish school in four years you will be one of Uncle Sam's favorite pen pals. If you thought finding your post office box stuffed with IBM cards was bad, wait 'til you find a Draft notice stuffed in it. 46 , S F it . -1 , , , 17 1' " 'las ...y srfart 1 , .g,, My we UIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlillllllll ll!1!1!II!!!l!llIllilll!ll!I illllllll l!lllll!l2lllll gggzgzlll IIIIIISUIIUIIII Illiliilliiinill lll1!llIIIIIlIlY lllliillililillf lliillllllllilil' llflllllllilillii llfllllliilliliii K ' 1 Y, '.S?'T"." ffm, fr," r -As. 'F A ygw, "Mtg Q11 ffV:f'ii,,f "ii E Jjfi xl? .STK ,..,, AWMVWWWQUQM ,M4ffV1mmw,mgf3Q - w muAmM awwwmw m ' J, . f f Q ' ,i,wQ +74 1 A " ' fi . .Pf.',1.k,4 ,ff M-V wmwmww - ' mi .ii 47 Happiness Is lEiQfg1.IM Cowfyg ii Y .ELK PM www-1 .VTE S wfapmg . Of I ABOVE: Happiness is reg- istration. RIGHT: Happi- ness is painting yourself black and rubbing up against your date. 48 e 4 ABOVE: Happiness is pulling a 1.94 and going on pro. LEFT: Happiness is knowing you can sleep at night because your Campus Security is asleep, too. BOT- TOM: Happiness is knowing the Old Shop won't be the site of your next S.S. course. BELOW: Happi- ness is trying to find a parking space on our spa- cious campus. BELOW LEFT: Happiness is getting DUI. X, Fall: A Blend of Qld and New Fall Quarter is what's happening. Grant Field on Saturday afternoons, parties, warm hazy afternoons, Home- coming, Freshman rat caps - all of these things blend into a kaleidoscope of pag- eantry and tradition that is Fall at Ceor- gia Tech. This Fall was not all tradition, however. The Franklin Foundation seri- es of lectures in the humanities was an attempt by an interested alumni to broaden the outlook of the typical Tech- man toward the rest of his world. Rob- ert Hutchins, president of the Universi- ty of Chicago, Paul Hempel, Mark van Doren, and Iacob Bronowski were the distinguished lecturers. Hopefully, the Franklin Foundation will some day become a part of the tradition of Tech. The displays and Recks of Homecom- ing were topped in uniqueness only by the Tech football team, which defeated Duke 19-7. Dionne Warwick, star of the Homecoming Concert, captured the au- dience with "Anyone Who Had A Heart," lectured to them in "Alfie," and developed quite a rapport with them with "Walk On By." Surprisingly enough, the biggest breakthroughof Fall Quarter came from the Student Council, which, under the dynamic leadership of Sam Williams, decided that Student Government should be vested with some real power and proved it by gaining control of the allocation of Student Activities Fee of around S150,000. Fall Quarter was a unique blend of traditional happenings and products of the "New Techf' f-,,,.,.,- X A A g.g. f ...L. ........ stvdww Q A, 3- ,xx IIS ,, n w-,jaw Q 'T' Ge .fiyf AMN. .-f f ,,, . Q -HQ I vi. 'x H, . , 3, 'V' Q 1, JE' A s " K Yu- KR: 'g R. " . 444' Au M' ., 15A .A , 4,4 'Y x KY: , X ,X 1. Q f ..M -A Q' sf 'H , - 3, , Qfxjj ', h ,qs irvfynsf, " sf ,I 1 ya' . f . , , -fqgki 'Q . v - Y, 1-5' ,Q , e, V, aw . :.,,'q V4 Y A . . , 1 . Q, If V " ' 1 'fig "4T5f74': iff,-,?'v 'P ,. x, , a"..'i' is , V, "V" 5-" f- '4,f.-,iv-, T5 ,,v. 3' I W, 'V+ . . 'Y -f 'M 41231 ifwe -M no wa, , X. f N, , ' v ,k".'..-'-'fw9f"." ' ,. - z . U, 1.5 V -,,. 'x,.,,v 1 ""f 'if'-' ' , . Qx, M, .af Yr, ' A 3 " i -x .. -' . JN "1 H V A' 1 , rr , ' -- ' - ." q ' . ,Y 43. :, .,, - .1 x . . R, -Vg ., -I V.. .2 . V . , , . . , , ,Q , XA , -1m.f-3,1 5. wb ,QQ A r ,, . -Lf ' N 'L V. - , ' ' 1 ff, G 1 .Q ,' ' Q " v , z f ' . ' L V , ' Q J W. . RQ. Vw., ' . 1 ' f .' ' , , , . .. -"f, f- f. '15, -f , mg f. .,"' - H .,ug,',w ,x 'Y , H ' '-. 5 3- ' gk 7 ft 'fnwiwf .Vw '-, ,J ,, 4. A Y.. A . r , . v ,. a., N . 1 . V , ' ' A ' X X, ' I K -.k Q .r A ., W4 -I x 4, . ,,1,,,,N:.' ' , w. -,Mni"3b..47f 'ul '-. -1 iw- ,Q fs.m9',"'E My pw 151 ,714 ' , X ' 1 , w W5 , ,J " W, H,-57' f V 'IJ k Nc- 'T A W. f , M..,,,,4,,x Q , ,t .4 ,F au, 'Cx ff Q :JL m 'ff f:2 B"!, fl 'f t ,. 3 V 5 I , ' ilxrxgrn ll ai, '57 ff I 7 . - x V Y Fw", . X 1 nf' ff . ,rg A w if n A 1- '- Q ,V A-JI.':,mv4 A5 IA. 4, 'q ,U .. ., L ,. af L . ' 5, , 6,1 : 'iqff xy' Q . 1 . A KM ,, V, , . Y-4' -1 ty, W-. My , , ,v . 1-3... Welcome Back, Sucker Registration: Exoedrin Headache umber 69 ABOVE: Frustration is the by-word for many as they see their chances for a good schedule bite the dust course by Course. ABOVE RIGHT: The Bible of registraton, the catalogue, is preached by the Elmer Gantry's ofthe academic world. RIGHT: An- other IM section makes the big board and screams of agony can be heard. B. QTL L it Time cards, long lines, frowning advi- sors, the close-out board, schedule forms, course cards, fee cards - this is registration. If you're lucky, it can be painless. Ifnot you may sufferdearly. It's no easy task to schedule twenty hours the way you want and still have time to lead the life of a normal human being. Nor is it an easy fate to accept when you glance at the board and Vail's math sec- tion or Woody's last physics class closes out before you can pull the course card. The feeling can be like Death's own grip. Registration can make you or it can break you. The winners come and the losers go, and when it is all over, 8500 people will have been transformed into numbers as they become a part of Geor- gia Tech once again. ""w.,,. .. ABOVE.:FII1'S greet prospective rushees during first open-house. RIGHT: Sigma Nu's welome still another into their midst. FAR RIGHT: SAE's go all-out for new members on the first day of Rush. s Sv L Rush More Like a Gallop Georgia Techis rush system is more like a gallop. Beginning one week before schoo starts,this machination of the fraternity man's mind takes the form of an unbelievable variety of activities. The ATO's threw a lawn party on the Saturdaylof the game that not only drew their rus ees, but also half of the alumni in the West Stands. The Sigma Ghiis had more freshmen at their rush girl tea than girls, and the Pikes did just about everything they could get away with - and then a litt e more after that. Rush begins with the Open House where it's time to put on the plastic clothes and the plastic smiles and ask the same plastic cjuestions: "Hi, what's your name? Stud y Whiplash? Glad to meet you, Studly. Whats your major? Physics. Oh, really? I was a Physics major once. I'm an IM now - more money you know. Where are you from, Dudley. You say the name's Studly - Oh yes, sorry, Studly. Say you're from Podunk. Oh, really? Well Open House is almost over now, Dudley, so we'll see you tomorrow. fBoy, what a gooseljf' 'Yeah, we'll see ou tomorrow. fBoy, what a lizard!j." gn and on it goes like this through a l the open-houses, smok- ers,lparties and contact periods. Rush at Tec is free-wheeling but the results are obvious. This year 775 freshmen, the largest number ever, decided that they preferred being Greek. ABOVE: Lambda Chi's take off their island garb long enough to take another prize. TOP: The Sigma Ghi's made small talk around the punch bowl their method of attack. 57 Price Gilbert: A Nice Place to Visit . . . , X N K if f G.. 35. mf Wi fn .1 . , ' . . . But I Wcu1dn't Want tc Live There 2 s I E 1 ii , Tina Pl' v A' - ' I R. wr M 3 wr 25155 9 :Y K' ka six 'Ht rw. ff' 31" , X .,,,. 5 4 wry -EAT I Q x ,W- i S' I ' SL 4 1 l x X if 5 w. Rain, Rain, Go Away . . Atlanta is a unique cit . Located in the foothills of the Appalachians, it is the fastest growing city in the southeast and has t e most progressive local government in the nation. What the ads ail to comment on is Atlanta's weather. It rains from early September to late August. The rains come and the rains stay as the campus is transformed into something that resembles the Nile at floodtime. Penetrating chill or humid hotness drives peo le under cloth domes which isolate Siem into individ- ual worlds. As umbrellas are raised, the downpour converts what little gfrass we have into spongy reservoirs o russet mud. The mosaic sidewalks which normally trip you, now squirt mud into your shoes as you walk across their canted bases. Fog, drizzle, drip, drip . . . 9403? -.M-vniattikmi. ,,,t ,"' gig i l .1 Y i V? E ? S 2 ,Qld , I K . 51, ff!!! ,..-f-"' -M ,M uv 56,386 Screaming Fans Despite Tech's somewhat lack-lustre season, throngs of football fans jammed Grant Field at a record pace of 56,386 persons per home game to see the injury-riddled yellow britches take on some of the top teams in the nation. These same people included the ever- present Techman who "damn good'ed" everything except the rats, and "to hell'ed with" everybody while still tak- ing time out to oo-oo ah-ah at the majo- rettes and gross-out nationwide televi- sion audiences. He was also there to throw out the perennial toilet tissue roll, and sneak in his trusty transistor to see how all the other teams were doing. Several students were also treated for eye injuries when they tried to look through their binoculars without drink- ing the contents first. -git +5 K? nga "" n """ "q,', . y. ..,,,-auf" Homecoming: A Tech Certainty November rolled around and with it came the eriod heaviest with tradition for'Tech.gHiursday'nights concertfea- turing Dionne Warwic and the Town- crknsvvashhedivnhsouland rovedto be the beginning of a great Hlomecom- ing. The ovely Emily Balz was pre- sented at intermission as Miss Home- coming, and Mrs. Bud Slayton was pre- sented as Mrs. Homecoming. Friday night was a new experience to Home- connngasthelhhreaxedhernnesand ahovved Cheeks Ubthrovv arHes- and throw them they did. The monsoons mruck as usua but subsided long enough for the frantic molding of chick- en wire and crepe paper stu fingg The HnMjudgngofdBphysfmnM.igma continued ABOVE: The Freshman Cul-ie Hou makes rats run their hearts out for U shot ot ci kiss from Miss Homccom ing. f , T - 3, fm- K ir: . Yi, -1.1 V 1 fn- . W N 0 N,N,Q 5 ' K SN M K.. Q Www Q-hr -xy , x.. q LQ ,qu ,AK I1-Li" '25 , '7 ,. - MN - .NI K1 .4 K .,, .,.: Qin "1-ff' lag X- 3-A .JK 'J' .. , fxj ff 1. ag ' QV- K 'Q fif' .K if-pi Nlfjgy, K A A '1 - A if? fy ,. 4 .IK .W 'E V' A, ' . :rf - ' wi a , , f "+ " X ?fl'1f?fQ Qi , Q ' 14 1 3 . a fi gg,.f-fi f x' 'Yi ,,. ' M7 --'k KY 92:-1"1 gf if ,?Q2"',:?"' HF' I , K x x k ' A ,Y 3 sk fn. ' .K X 1 'W - 1 Q 5 K I W- Kg X 5 I "' N . , 3 .J ' M' - :as F . I at .K'. 1 'K 5 ' ' - ' 51.15 sf an .K 'g,vn,.s-A M' wf u E .N 'x X 1- "1mavSKmL5'l- wt I 3' v Y v Xi f ,J 4' R5 5 5 f ft' I I W i- S' xx AX A if 'Q .,,, . in 1 If 'X HT. Rf K K , " - 11 .. QQ Homecoming CCONTINUEDJ Chi as winner of the first place prize of a X yr -Q1, . color television. As more alumni poured ffffbsxfi i'l' " . 'l gfgr in forthe big ame with our weak sisters si ". Y . from Duke, she sidewalks around Pe- 2.gV1c ' , l 'A inf? ter's Park became un-walkable. Hun- 'ff??5"fi,.TQf.l5iQ 'filiff l i dreds of Atlantans crowded in to see the i i ggzfifjgfer ' L , fi t World's ugliest automobiles compete in T the world s longest quarter-mile race. Pi " . f , 4. lal, Kappa Phi came away the winner with - if A their "hunchmobile.' That afternoon if ., 'te' if Qi 'T ' sl,n 't 'l'Q27ff"fif',y saw the Yellow Britches looking for ' zpsi P p their first gridiron victory in a month 'm f 1 .hifi ' tlii and they found it compliments of the iti fic! gk 'itt ' 'L' 1 If .,hlA '?tsi,QS1Q2lQf 1' soft-touch Duke Blue Devils. The Pieces .. ' l A 13?.'3Hx1,,, .15 of Eight and the Chuck Iackson Show .ffim ....-.-. ifffzgjf gl provided the entertainment for the f tjai ' T lppppp . P at 'fs if' f Eff' dance held for all those with a little life T' '54, lv T left in them on Saturday night. As alum- P iip fi gu i 'LN 'Lfgg ni left and sweeties went back-to school y X " p if ,V4A' y X, .2 l the Techman went back to his habitat ,- p 5 32 p 'Q - . , .. too - to wait until next year when he ' 1 . 0 Q could do it all again. ABOVE RIGHT: Atlantans jam the sidewalks around Peter's Park to Watch the unusual 'Heck Parade. ABOVE: Miss Homecoming and her court were presented for all to see at the Duke game half- time. RIGHT: Alumni from all parts ofthe nation flock to the campus for the week-end festivities. V-Z.. 5: I9 'Q X Mm' RWM. Q? Z il LEFT: The annual Homecoming monsoons subsid- ed at the last minute in order to give display chair- men a few frustrating hours in which to ready the tissue-paper montages. BELOW: The SAE's piggy back car didn't enjoy the success ofthe "Plumper" of several years ago. Winter: The Grind of Studies and Nasty Weather After two weeks of rest and the end- of-the-year football marathon, in which neighboring Alabama, Tennessee, and Georgia were all beaten in their bowl games, the Techman returned to the rain, drizzle, cold and occasional snow that characterizes an Atlanta winter. Snow came to Tech three times this year, but luckily school was closed only once - on a Saturday when nobody had anyvclasses anyway. hack H der's 1968 edition of the Tech basketball team seemed intent on carrying on the injury syndrome that struck their fellow football jocks. The basketball team came on strong in their first three games, whipping Rice, SMU and Georgia, but were then hampered by injuries and mediocre play on the court which resulted in a 12-13 season. The annual Student Body presiden- tial race was a close one. Carey Brown squeaked bfy "darkhorse" Rich Cook by a margin o four percent of the popular vote. Winter quarter is the study quarter. It is the quarter that everybody vows that he will make a 4.0. It is also t e time that everybody realizes that they have al- most completed another year of school and, likewise, have gained a little more maturity. L af" O f. -2 FIV' Yfih - M us N mf., ffff-we-f---fweW--- : ww -Mvgm., , ,. L5........m, --w,,-M. f- W -gm--rrvrff-wk-f-f -- My nw 1-fi-Mf - """"k' K' mm' ' L """'A"' " f W-- M L- ,ma ,my W 'V ry-E WY! JEQYQY Q 3.,.,.g,,,.,,,,,,,,. ,... M-. .MM ,, , . ,..,.-.F-...,,.....-.-...,.......M,..N .,,,.,,,:....,-. . ., . , . L... ff .Ag W V. ,-. N ,Mb 1 H , mfg---fy-,W--,,..y,:A --,- K Y 1-:fm N k,,,,,,,,,., ,Ami-ww-w:ww54:.g1":gDn. ' Mr:--q,g.pV vwz.,--, -V, - A - 1 up-Y. i,,,x,.1..f.W-,www NNW. h Q, M :5+eaww-V 2 A vrena-wr-'few-f-W .. ' Q X, A,n1,1,f V. ww f- .. f se. -- , M .wh uma-fe--WI' ,, ' ,-Qs Nui ef ru,1iWg,:3,. 444, And it came to pass that in the eighth year of his Wanderings, Dr. Timothy Leary came South to preach revolution and a new way of life to the disbelievers assembled at our lowly institute. In his fight for continuing individualism, Dr. Leary lashed out at the menopausal ma- chine of our age that seeks to create re- placeable parts from individuals. Re- belling against conformity and depend- ability at the hands of the machine, Dr. Leary proposed a three step plan lead- ing to freedom of spirit: Love is where it's at, Your best hope is dope, and Drop out or cop out. xl 4 FMWSMQ-ii at , K gg , M, t-is, Mr:- Nrasgl 4' . S' w 1gjif'5S'lS'gi f. .,,. Q- 355--1. if- ,.f,,, - Dr. Timoth Lear : 6'Y0ur Best Hope Is Dope" Q11 yi? -gg. ff: JJf1:,, .. Q. ii- , , U' '2':. -- yea 371. ' ' Y x A ' u 33 M ii ik f- K ' F-2 F --,gf -V . . 4 L ' 1 5.-ew H , Ke.A ,, .Af,, ,,,, L xee,, ,. . - Z x , we -z Ms'??'3EkY' . T' A , - 1 f gag , ,.-' iris e e 71 There was a bumper crop of snow this year at Tech. Winter spread its vel- vety white blanket over our lovely as- phalt campus not once, not twice, but three times. The visit proved to be a combination of entertainment and pain as roads were closed, students built snowmen fwhich probably had more mud and leaves than snowj, people were pelted with snowballs fwhich had a rock in it 9 out of 10 timesj, and stu- dents broke everything but their spirit as they made their way to the Hill. The Hill turned into a Super-Slalom and the rest of the campus was like a giant Mr. Misty. The B. and G. turned out in force with sand and salt and sometimes fin- ished before the ice and snow was gone. Classes were halted on a messy Satur- day, and the library was closed because the weather was too bad to do anything but study or sleep and they knew which of the two would be most prevalent. As Winter lost its icy grip and the asphalt began to emerge, the Techman knew that things were back to normal. Snow: Is It Ever Going to Stop .N vii' QW. Inf, HJ. if Qgg., ..w.4'.-x liffisemff - ff ' , - 'ff Tremendous Tuesday Geor ia Tech has long been re- nowned for its rigorous academic de- mands. Due to these demands and the large number of hours required for graduation, it is necessary for the Tech- man to attend classes six days a week. This policy is drastically different from that of a ocal sister institution which not only does not have Saturday classes but also has Wednesday off - hence the designation Wonderful Wednesday. Al- though we are sure that the industrious Tech student would never be cheated out of an education by actions such as these, we cannot let Mother Tech be outdone. In an attempt to keep up with the changing times, here is our version of Wonderful Wednesday. We proudly present Tremendous Tuesday - A Day in the Life of a Techman. H121 --...---I q I '--' 2 ttlf- 1'2 1 TOP: Those unreal 8 o'clocl1s come awfully early but thanks tothe Snooze Alarms, the Tech- man bears the burden. f' xxx Zz-:X 'lg Pl Q 1 gwqgnfni-in tyx is Z!!! 5. -wh - . LN X 'K 55. px, - - 1' I Tremendous Tuesday QCONTINUEDJ r f 1 -fum-nfl LEFT: The old socks salesman is a familiar site an the corner by the armory. BELOW: The temptation to rack-out in the library is just too much for some to bear. YL' A v mx: P Y f JV gi ,f . , ,gg N! vw A T E 2 5 ,W ef 5 , gms V K Eli 2 , in I , l , LL,,, ,L 3 252' :"l1f' iw ' ef I 1 n 'U 'f K gt , E Concerts: A Little Bit of S0111 M PM iv? A L v'1'ld'f MN' EVM .5 " .M fr ew W ummm ummm cnusslm FRI. MU I3 8500 P, M. ati li' A w 79 ixia-uw-K S 4' fa g 4, if ,, 6, 1 26. . W3 0 ,Q W-4 it 47 QW! 'J ' an 'Q . . 4? Y' s '? W 3 'N .O Us 'L 1 f' O We Q ,Q- ik' 16" 4 X ,fZ"N 4 X, 4 M. E AP if S, '-X ,Viv-' tl, ' ,.-1 f' Qfigsf M7 :yi ii ' 25, '1 'wx ' Tglajll' -Q- Q. WN Concerts CCONTINUEDJ FAR LEFT: Dionne Warwick sang many Techmen into submission at the newly-initiated Thursday night Homecoming concert. ABOVE LEFT: Nina Simone dazzled her audience with wild costumes and protest songs. LEFT: The summer quarter saw outdoor concerts featuring the school band. ABOVE: The Virginians also entertained in the E.E. Auditorium this summer. Franklin Foundation Lecture Series: An Attempt to Fill the Vacuum ABOVE: jacob Bronowski. RIGHT: Carl G Hempel. .4r""' I X The Franklin Foundation Lecture Se- ries began with an air of distinction as four of the World's most impressive hu- manists brought their ideas to an audi- ence which will not soon forget what they heard. The first speaker, Dr. Robert Hutchins, called for an enormous in- crease in the intellectual power of the nation. He was followed by Dr. Carl Hempel, who asserted that man must now urn to science to learn what to do about the dproblems that science itself has create . Mark Van Doren enveloped students with his Pulitzer Prize- winning poetry as he threw in some in- teresting aspects of his personal qlhilos- ophy. " he man preoccugied wit man in al his complexities," r. Iacob Bro- nowski, was t e last speaker of the Fall series. He concentrated on the commu- nity of scientists and what holds them together. LEFT: Dr. Robert M. Hutchins. K, pyylpp V , ..,. TOP: Mark Van Doren. i issi J fr gym I L 'x I Goodbye to an Qld Friend One week it was there and the next week it wasn't. After standing for nearly 89 ears, it took just one week for the Old,Shop to return to the dust and dirt from which it arose. Erected in 1888, burned in 1892, re-erected in 1892, the Qld Shop has long been a reminder that today's architecture doesnlt have a at- ent on being ugl .The Old Sho andpthe Administrationlbuildincg were ljor many years the only two buil ings on campus. heya stood a one on a hill, with the rest of t e campus just tree-covered hills and a lazy stream. Today, the Adminis- tration building is a loner. Because of Tech's ambitious expansion and decen- tralization program, the Old Shop is the first of many of the older buildings crowded around the hill that are to come down. It is almost a commentary on the state of the campus that the main topic of conversation was not nostalgia for the Old Shop, but that the ground was not to be covered with asphalt but with green grass. S P -iz. ' .s '-A so s 7. ' "' f lil 1,2111 e 1 ,L-6' 84 vi?-'gy Finals To Punt or Not to Punt Finals week is that strange week at the end of the quarter. Overnight, the whole campus atmosphere changes as students suddenly become less carefree and wander off b themselves to stud in some secludedy corner. Those coldl antiseptic study lounges become the most popular spots on campus. The Hill is suddenly all business. People study, xerox word, take finals, and check grades. Packs of cigarettes and gallons of coffee are consumed as if they were some potion of knowledge. Everything is silent, except for an occasional scream or a cherry bomb. Finals week is the longest week ofthe quarter. It is also the do or die week - many die. LEFT: Often it tal-ies a lot of nerve to go lool-1 at the "little sterile white lists of numbers and letters." ABOVE LEFT: Finals is the time of decision for many students. ,f,.. , Y, .,,:l,.- . h ..-,,w4"b-Q' ".. g 3 - .wvf'f"Fi4!t-'i'1- ,Arif N" ,..r g"!f4-J" '--rp L' -,- w."aGEw,u.m,-4.9 3 :ual-' X , , .,.,. m,,.Mxg.,,w.,'- - . ,,',.,x- J,,.p.Af'K?qP!4Lr1'H'j, - 7-.Q--' r. K ...- ,. ...L z'4 T 3 Y i + L 1 . 'c 47d?l'e'f g ff',If,,f:'2ifgi,1,:'f73,fq, -rg-'jr ,.: "if45EQ3" by -,Egfr 1' 5.5 xntwrfxfr- . A f' Wkzg, , A--ww - f - U, .,- 'sh J Y,,E.Qff, . N YQ., .- wr, W ' N " .M-'l54.:,. , U , ..f-'1 :'-4--sm. A V' 'Tj ,Lf V 'f ' -ffrpfqyg' iirfhy! a.aWP?:,"pifxf"'t 1 'uH'5"':,,r QW' .- r' "ff,-ff! A, 2,51 -Lf. q,, 1 5 3, ffn ., Y,5whj.,fj3,'-'.:" ' 1.-t x 9 .- H-53.12, ' , .,....4,-'f.-f,,- ,Lge 'I2 F +745 rv ' ,n'f"' -ufb-'1', .u"' ' ,, jk, ,.-'in.',,.fg5,,X.+' ,.1-4wr- V, .4 q :LLEM 4:7 ff -' fbfaw-1, ' - -' . mf f If -1-I 1. 1. .., , ,,, .,-iii. :-41.-4. - .Q J. ,,, . "1 1. 5' . -.. - W . I ffrw- Q.,-fg.:-f -.. AT-. , giifnffgv - - LPS. 'J JZ . -- , .-.,..:.f.1 5 . .' . "f?"::fI1.'7 "'F . 1'-H. , 1 f-gl wg, f-Q .' 'v'--1.1, X55-.1 9155 If .T ., f-f-L - . -.-,.... " ' .. '-'. 1 'g-.-..4. ' ' 1- '-'FJ.'f711f1.L ' 'L' "i . i'f',"f.'5Q-i2.g,'55-- N.: .- --.4--:gp---lf ,L my ...V . .. Lf-r. ,:f.,1.-A ,- Us cf- 4 A ,x-,,g1::.y.f .,-1-:,a-.Lv-Q. HL?- , ,- , , .-2-nit 1--an-. :-,.,,...1- w A .. 41.15. 1 .,- .qu . 1:-7.-.4.aT,5s'-, """':- -541-Sis-- .l ' T-:Irv-..,. ' ' ' ' ff f :T i2f5'Q2g2'g'1q lfgff F' ' : '- if fifff -' - 1-."-'iff :12Tfi12'?f1i-2 - ,A .-5, XL--.4 -.'.- ng, Y. -f vp, -.:. -vw. lil: -25'-fsgix if 57545 ics?-i Er.: 1- wifi? Iii' f 1 -:zilfsff E142 :DH 224212-.f---if-. -3 - --PF?f:1':-'bei-lfa-:s1?"+ -3 31-3511575 195'-gn .jg gf.- :-:,"'1-.212 S.. -G5 .Jaw .,.'r-:fatal 512 :1-:.5g:2.--'-?:'fzf'Li1'2'::' lfffsgfgnq 24442-+2 """"?f'4?ff2ii'E'2 if "L"x5v1r"' ' '1L?.iP1i'ifE - -- :-41-'-qfgfg-rj -- :':.- 4-5 1 nm -1 u..u.-.-n-vw ACADEMICS ADMI ISTRATIC RESEARCH DEPARTME TS President Problem: Preparing Graduate for Future "Dynamic" is the word used to des- cribe Georgia Tech's president, Dr. Edwin D. Harrison. His outstanding ac- complishments and achievements put him among the most respected young university presidents in the United States today. Serving his tenth year at Tech, Harrison has brought the reputa- tion of a "good practical engineering school"i to that of one of the finest schools in the nation today. Recently an advertisement in a lead- ing magazine commented on the fact that college students today are more and more inclined to ignore business as an -occupation. In a recent interview, Harrison pointed out that not only was this true, but a law degree could no longer run a business and that busi- nesses were reaching out for the gradu- ate with a scientific, technological and engineering oriented background. The unique type of curricula here at Tech is the reason why Techt graduates are be- coming the leaders of business and in- dustry not only today but in the future as well. Who is responsible for the in- crease inthe betterment of the Tech stu- dent? It's hard to point out one single person, but you can be sure that Dr. Harrison has played a major role in placing Tech among the top engineering schools in the nation. KA .. V ,,., . i Silfwxk 'R .'Ki7??. .,.. .gag .. ,p.:,:r 2 HO i- w. 1,1141 ABOVE: joe W. Guthridge, Vice President - Development. RIGHT: E. A. Trubant, Vice President - Academic Affairs. if ,iv Administration ABOVE LEFT: james H. Antho- ny, Vice President - Comptrol- ler. ABOVE: Paul Weber, Vice President - Planning. LEFT: .Jig A Robert E. Stiemlfe, Vice Presi- dent - Programs. Qa- en, ,. 6,4 vi .1 mi.. " -.QF ,W V. -sszaaw ,5,,...., Administration I 'S ABOVE: Iames E. Dull, Dean of Students. RIGHT: William L. Carmichael, Registrar and Di- rector of Admissions. 2 Ei S i 5 5 E fi l x ! 5 x .Y -5 Z. 3 LEFT: Thomas W. jackson, Dean of the Graduate Division. BOTTOM LEFT: Sam C. Webb, Acting Dean of the General Col- lege. BELOW: R. T. Staton, lr., Dean ofthe Undergraduate Col- lege. BOTTOM: Arthur G. Han- sen, Dean of the Engineering College. Eff FAR RIGHT: james G. Wahi- ford, Director of Co-operative Division. RIGHT: Fred W. Ajax, Director of Campus Affairs. BELOW: Lawrence V. Johnson, Director of Engineering Exten- tion Division. Administration . f .. K K K Nw' 1 A TOP: W. Houma Board, Director of Alumni Affairs. ABOVE: A. P. DCHUSU, Director' of Plucezmrnt. RIGHT: Wyfxlt C. Wliitlfzy, Di- rector' of thc Hrigimzcring Expor- imont Station. Adm1n1strat1on ,M . fe - 51. ABOVE RIGHT: W. Eugene Nichols, Associate Dean of Stu- dents. ABOVE: Edwin P. Kohler, Assistant Dean of Students. RIGHT: Harry L. Baker, Ir., Di- rector of Research Administra- tion. LEFT: Robert B. Wallace, jr., Di- rector of Publications and infor- mation Services. BELOW: jerry D. Purser, Assistant Dean of Stu- dents. BOTTOM: George C. Grif- fin, Dean of Students - Emeritus 1.4-,. 1 vi R -.i K Q.. i 2 . :Q Q 2 4 3 1, Q. Q A 4 it A i . - v 1 .t.t:i,,,,,,,, . ' 1 Q t X - ' a a in -"L !lvdfQ 1. firiium Q .x ,, -a 5 uffigqfg , i .s .tw.y.y., .. .,., 4 .Q ' 4 ,.,4c- -Y ,K 1 I f 'i nv-....... t ' .......... ' 1. , 1 Q.. ' ff. in -f o 4, x 1 aa va Q Q, ' ' ' .. K E, ' ' 14 " va mvfnsfu, 1 u n Q Research's Aim: Betterment of Mankind The remarkable advancements of sci- entific knowledge in this century, typi- fied by the dawning of the Space Age, have brought niany extraordinary changes in the American ,way of life, making our world more technical with each passing day. Found at the center of this swirling whirlpool of scientific knovvledge,scientHic research has one aim: the discovery of knowledge leading to a better life for humanity. The deter- mination to conquer space, the growing appluxnions of nuclear povver,the ex- continued 1 an Ll' P, ance T A A i. Nj 3 i 5 F E 1 iqpp ABOVE: An Electron microprobe analyzer. LEFT: Researcher determines the frequency of a plated quartz crystal. BELOW: Laser optics is one of the newest areas of research today. 101 RGSGE:lI'Ch CCGNTINUEDJ if ABOVE: Low energy electron diffraction equip- ment. TOP FAR RIGHT: Frank Neely reactor where most of the nuclear research is carried on. FAR RIGHT: Student tests dye capacity of cloth in textile chemistry lab. n L W3 . ,, mm ,mf fav .4-1 - ., A -i fait IQ' In mz.f . panding physical, chemical and biologi- cal sciences - all point toward the betterment of mankind. Contributions to the advancement of knomdedgeareconnngfnnninanyskkm, from private industry, from state governments and federal agencies, from organizanons and lkoni independent sources ofresearch snnnar Mythe kind produced here at Tech. Georgia Tech is creating areas of contribution not only by its involvement in outstanding re- search but by supplying Well educated graduates to government and industry -graduatesvvholiavethernuch-needed continued engineering, scienthic, architecturaL and management skills. In its research programs Tech is affording these agen- cies excellent facilities for scentific in- vesnganons and an expehenced and versatde research staff Both baskzand apphed research are carried out here at Tech. With the Engi- neering Experiment Station leading the school by involvement in almost all re- searchcarNedcn1atTech,deparhnental continued I t A lx f n. ReSeHrCh CQCBTIIIEUEQ RGSEHI'Ch CCUNTINUEDJ W-.ft AJ,, f .L.,l L, - W . i W- I. uf-f ,.., 5. lr, . ,,.....,. , 1 35162-Wifi?':ffl53f555i,., ABOVE: Research shows the ef- fects of a stormy sea on a shore- line. FAR RIGHT: Studies in magnetism are possible with the use of this twelve inch electro- magnet. RIGHT: Gold plating quartz crystals involves ex- treme pressures. ig, XM, K A 215351: ,iwxi--M 45155 !fiv ' at 1 I i" ikk-f1f21ff--fw-we 4 N - f- v'-'.AswLs,t.wfffv , L. E research often takes the backlight Even though this is so, it must be said that this type of research is often more produc- tive. Some departments concentrate on certain basic aspects of research while other departments expand into areas of applied research While still holding cer- tain experimentation in basic research. For example, the school of Chemistry produces on the average ten or more new organic compounds a month while the Engineering Experiment Station might apply these new compounds to public use. Research at Tech is on the move and this is one of the outstanding qualities that makes Tech the school it is today. 5 1 .rt NyuiwN URESPCNQE . C15 , 7 O SPEAKER POTENTIOMETER EXPANSHON ' ZERO ADJ, 681' simon as-75 Aerospace Places Emphasis on Research Research is the key word this year in the School of Aerospace Engineering. Emphasis on research is divided into two major parts: Q11 research toward the solution of problems which exist today as they apply to flight vehicles and 121 research which anticipates the aero- space problems of the future. Financing this exploration are four government agencies: the Army, Navy, Air Force, and NASA, all of whom provide con- tracts or grants to help the program. A great deal of this research is being aimed toward experimental investiga- tions. The experimental facilities to per- form this research will be available upon completion of the new aerospace buildings in the Space Sciences and Technology Center. 1' , , N g, ,r I I, -1 : ,HL LEFT: Dr. Arnold L. Ducoffe, director. BELOW: A.E. library provides for various types of research within the department. BOTTOM: Gas Dynamics apparatus reveals answers to unknown problems. A. C. Bruce R. L. Carlson i ' ,,- ', fsll. 1 x fl if i H. L. Durham D. W. Dutton H. D. Edwards lam., ..i.3,5f,m.,5,W,.. . . lee.l 3. ,S 'life 35 , Mgr: M Q . . I. I. Harper I H. M. McMahon R. B, Gray Q V , W: . of W H , a g M. E. Hermes . .....1.--.5 fi.-152 732 N Y ,.. .V fy., 5, . Q4 . 51, G. I. Simitses R. E. Singleton C. V. Smith E. R. Wood B. T. Zinn FAR RIGHT: john Portman, vis- iting lecturer. BELOW: Dr. Paul M. Hefernon, director. Architecture: The One never knows what he might find when he walks into the architecture building. Three dimensional model structures, drawing disiplays, and art- work are among on y a ew of the ty es of exhibits located in the buildincg davi- dence of time, hard work an skill shows the type of devoted student the architecture major is. One of the most involved pieces of work an architecture major concerns himself with is the thesis problem. Be- fore graduation each student is required to so ve a problem in design. Research, drawing, and models, all go into the so- lution 0 this problem. After com letion the problem is presented to the flaculty for grading. Courses like free hand drawing, sculpture, and other types of artwork go into preparing the student for graduation. Skilled Artisan . . , .W V... . .... ,a.af..,..,.,f. ... S. -1, ...,,N-Nskg, r0"' f ., 3 fl .Jf.!st'1nJ4La+b1: , ji., .'.i1'2?! ' 1 Ah fl fy . -at A, P. Bcckum H. Brfrdendlnk C. M. Galley I. C. Gould I. Grady I. H. Harris I. A. Kelly U. I. Kclnhofnr M. G. Little H. H.Menhir1iCk R. F. Rulvun l. Ii. S.lpurtn W. I. Suny V. M. Shlpluy I. N. Smith Biology: Ph.D. to Be Offered Boasting the newest and fastest grow- ing graduate program on campus, the biology department is developing into one of the outstanding departments on campus. Moving into the new addition of the Radioisotopes Lab, the depart- ment expects to improve and expand into new areas. A Ph.D. degree and also an electron optics center are two goals the biology department hopes to reach in the near future. To complement its curricula, lecture series are planned to give the liberal arts touch that is not obtainable at Tech. Outstanding research in basic cell biol- ogy is being carried out while studies in electron spin resonance and cytophoto- metry outline other work within the de- partment. I H se R. S, Ingols H. S. Min N- W- Walls RIGHT: Dr. Robert H. Fetner, director Ceramics Department to Split The field of ceramics has come into a new age. Ceramics provides most of the materials for industry today. The de- partment of ceramic engineering is doing an excellent job in producing and training people to hold the responsibili- ties of producing materials for industry. With an increase in student popula- tion this year, the department is still growing. Plans in the future include a major split between the science of geol- ogy and the ceramics department. A major in geological sciences is now being planned. Increase in graduate en- rollment is being experienced also. Re- search within the department carried on by both graduate students and faculty members is outstanding also. Work with the artificial production of tooth enamel and clay benefici-ation are only a few examples of the types produced within the department many other such experiments are carried on. A lfi , ' . fa x .- . f zz. .,,. ' rf FZ::rfl.:1 ,. T is 0 :sf f . t . 'ft lung- f af-gag. . 1 Ag ..5,gi. 1 . tp- -1'-1. E- K. C, Beck I. S, johnson W, E. Moody I. N he el H M Straley ABOVE: The production of gloss products is im- portant to the field of ceramics. TOP: Dr. Lone B. Mitchell, director. ChE Acquires Field - Ion Microscope Recent equipment acquired by the school of chemical engineering is steadily causing the department to climb to one of the best schools of chemical engineering in the nation. Re- search is onthe move within the depart- ment. Detailed work in the field of transport phenomena and work in field ion studies are only a few examples of the types of research produced Within the department. Not just anybody can be a chemical engineer. The requirements are quite rigid. Before the ChE major can advance into his junior and senior year, he must have a set point average. As in most fields at Tech, not everyone makes it, but you can be sure that those who do will be the tops in this field. ,,,. V, g 1-vnu.. N' - '--'-'-' , .-'. rift-., awww in W , .. A V - . V "Ng sh. A . s wma K g 1 ,,.. .JM kkkhrik in kcik . i , ...saab ,gfglfi gz ., -mg-,RAM iv -5, ,Rig Q V - -'kk if Q ..,: j g t H A 'Q-..iiT.iQTiTim42 R 0Q.X,,,,tg W'-si 'Nw K 'Y -egg "Ns a Qs f M, Nz Q ,N 'sm , K j mir . it f .. ,K -...aww . ., .- , H .f K.kV . -' t M , ,, ,, "ji 5 ' may A :V ki i A F K -L ,TT U .. M1l:w!5L ., g .K . H 5 . V , aw. - ... ,,.. ,mx t ' -.,, , " lam 'f't'M, a , . N... rs . V Jzrik Ns! k...-. :flew K K A ,. , Q A lu Q NNN , . 4 KK.V .,-. K N. . I . ' --.. . ' K7--,.,.M - . A BELOW: The newly purchased field ion micro- scope inoreases research within the ChE depart- ment. LEFT: "Unit Operations" is an important facet in the training of the ChE. BOTTOM LEFT: Dr. H. V. Grubb, director. ' ' 'Li' . E .. 21. ..x. N. N. Engel R. F. Hochman J' wi-:E H. McGee .1 W. M. Newton , QQ.. . Y gt ..mngH T C. Orr W in ' -H S. Spooner 4 B A W ul A1 Q .L .1 51 Sf Z We 'ff' t": 'iii Q"f1i2i r.i' . W. T. Ziegler BELOW: Freshman labs provide for the we rounded Tech student. BOTTOM: X-roy defrost meter. Chemistry: Ground Broken for New Building Although the school of chemistry is not one o the largest undergraduate de- partments on campus, it is certainly one of the most outstanding. Research is only one of the notable qualities of the de artment. A recently acquired x-ray delgractometer adds to the quality of re- search produced. Its job 1S to take a NN known substance in the form of a crys- tal and analyze its unknown structure. i Aided by its own computer, the defrac- " tometer added not on y to the guality but to the quantity of researc pro- duced by the department this year. The long awaited-for new chemistry building was started this winter, while plans for completion reach into the late part of 1969. Time passes quickly thouglh, and the Tech student wi l soon find imself in newer surroundings in- stead ofthe creaky floors and acid eaten labs of Lyman Hall. f i'..g'??t'2WT firzzfz-, If-K L E. C. Ashby I. A. Bertrand D. S. Caine D. K, Carpenter i , ,. V K new W. H. Eberhardt H. L. Edwards . dd A Q ' s:wfEli'ii. ' i . S, L. Gordon E. Grovenstein 'I' - firm- .' ' ' 1 '- L .I R. W. Fink H. A. Flaschka C. L. Liatta R, A. Pieratti I. A. Sianfield P, E. Sturrock L. H. Zalkow TOP: Dr. William M. Spicer, director. ABOVE: Tiny crystal is mounted on base of defractometer. LEFT: Analytical technique plays an important part in the training of a chemist. CE Experiences Growing Pains The School of Civil Engineering is ex- Banding to stay abreast of its responsi- ilities. Construction of a new buildinig began the first of the year and is sche - uled for completion in the fall of 1969. The graduate program is becoming more research oriented and the depart- ment is attempting to attract Tech rad- uates to the program. In addition, geor- gia high school graduates are being en- couraiged to come to Tech since they may ind employment readily in Geor- ia. g The CE is a rare breed of engineer in that he becomes almost immediately useful to his employer following gradu- ation. No prolonged training period is usually required and this resu ts in in- creased benefits for both the employer and the civil engineer. FAR RIGHT: Dr. William M. Sungster, di- R. D. Barksdale M, R. Carstens A. B, Caseman D. O. Covault R. M. Dinnat I, 0, Eichlep 4 1 ., f -.. 2 , .. W W. E. Gales l. L. Kallos C. E. Kindsvater R. King C. S. Martin G. D. May Q L. J.. iw 'rf - . W 'R' ,. . 4 if VZ' 1 'B 'l 5 it f.- . xv fi L- f Q' XS .A Kar 2. al' ,Y 3 Big, .. V, Qu 1. Q 1 wi? P. G. Mayer B. B. Mazanti R, 1. Paquetle F Schutz is 1 G M Slaughter W M Snyder -nw If C. W. Tooles N. H. Wade I. R, Wallace 'P' FAR RIGHT: Dr. Benjamin I. Dasher, director. BELOW RIGHT: Student works on circuit. J' . l 4 Q: A. M. Bush I. M. Clark D, C, Fielder ' "" Q D. L. Finn F. K. Hurd W. B. jones, Ir. A ww" w , A it 153' , ,- . 3 -' 5 . X auf ff .aug jf- f -- he ,, 't K Q H H. L, McKinley M. F. Moad F. O. Nottingham i. EEIBio-Electronic Research IX v,',' iw ., ..,,,.. ,..,,,.,,,,. , ' t ,t ...... Ii x K. V4 JVL fl ,i.,b, ,. K, gg, ,Exist . wi 6 I, Peatman R. l-l, P tt't D, C. Ray ' yang' ":- ..,, - V i - e , .ss ' ,A " g 1' 311- l '. wi 4 u ,V-r fp -I 54,4 f Q K iv ! . Vw el , ,gm x ff f f 'P 1 ' ' .. uf Q , . f . Wie W K, L. Su M. Tapia I. M. Wallace ' ff,w W .. ' V if .- k.-., 1 Y R. P. Webb L. K. Whipple T. M. White New curricula changes within the School of Electrica Engineering brought about the betterment of the de- partment this year. Besides the addition of two communication theory courses, information science was added as a re- quired course for the EE major. Coordi- nated with the Engineering Extension Division, the graduate program exlpand- ed-into off campxus work at Loc heed and classes at ome were aided by telewriter machines. Research is apfgroaching a relatively new aspect. Wor in bio-engineering is beginning to develop and expand. E ec- tronics in medicine is coming into the light with the invention of newer and better tyfpes of electronic equipment to aid the ield of medicine. 593, Engineering Graphics Plans Graduate Program Engineering Graphics offers the Tech student a chance to expand culturally since it provides him With a new lan- guage - the language of engineering. Thus, there is a cultural side to Engi- neering Graphics in this scientifically oriented society. The department plans to launch a graduate program starting perhaps in early 1969. This would be more of a lec- ture program rather than a drawing pro- gram and would be based more on theo- ry. As of now, the big source of students in this program would be graduates of engineering courses such as ME. A supplement would be a bachelor's pro- gram which does not exist at present. RIGHT: Dr. B. Kenneth Iucobs, director. A T V tt'l ' , .Vgy EW, W. W. Adams X3 .2 rf 1 -- i A if-.5 - ' ff. 'fin l -iz.. - - .fy I. C. Durden W s L T153 J ' 5 L' 154 nf if A x t .V T. Linthicum p.... , E L, .kp .. D. H. Smith E. M. Wheby L. - .. I l. E. Wilks -as .. 1 li A . G' ww.-ts: . Null.mmvwmmMvmt2M9m' t,m.'1l.l.z-.gr 1. u ..4 . ' " s V -- ' Engineering Mechanics: The Fundamental of Engineering Engineering Mechanics has lon been recognized as a fundamental ofg engi- neering. For this reason the mechanics student receives a broad background so that a program in almost any engi- neering- ased field can be followed after graduation. Recent advances in science and tech- nology are creating problems for most of the departments on campus. The En- gineering Mechanics department is meeting the demands for the solution of these problems by involvement in out- standing research. Work in areas such as stress analysis, vibration and materi- al analysis he p to meet the need for the solution of most of the problems. 3 I. H. Armstrong H. Bauer B. L. Brown W W K g W L 'ITEE' ' ' .- .- , ., -- .,,- f lrii W 41" f -Q sy 5 W tt.. 2, 4 f W 'i-,, 1 if V... . . , D. C. McGill G. M. Rentzepis R. E. Shreeves C. E S ABOVE: Dr. Milton E. Ruville, director. Almon Nr I fy wi sf iff' Wi . .gisfzz , I I an mer III ,vu . --.N 2 3585! E Sf i -I M rg I I ' I If 5' ,X W R Metcalf C W Ramgy The purpose of the English depart- ment here at Tech is to teach future ar- chitects, engineers, businessmen and scientists to think, write and speak clearly. Freshmen begin their studies with courses in short story, drama, and poetry. Sophomore courses include var- ious courses in the classics, with em- phasis on the great masterpieces. The courses in humanities taken in the soph- omore year pave the way for building an awareness of values that give mean- ing to the life of man. BELOW: TV instruction was initiated during the year. RIGHT: Dr. Robert N. Lehrer, director. ,QQ-:"',,-f"' W ir, . 'ix P. Adulbhan 1. M. Apple W. N. Cox 1, G. Davis E. C. Franklin D. E. Fyffe A. F. Hanken W. W. Hines v. -..-1.-If --II - "-- '---"1-w . A it ...Q .... .t -A V' . 'C 1 55.32 W2 'K z l - .K ii.. 'Lkk' tykk A Y"Lkh C, G- lohnson A4 I, Lynwood S, Sgnju B. C. Sprudlin W. W. Swart I. R. Walker T. W. West H. M. Wadsworth 126 , IE Uffers Senior Design Options The past year has seen the implemen- tation ofa new undergraduate rogram, with senior design ohlptions in flayj opera- tions and facilities esign, fbj informa- tion and control systems design and fcj systems engineering. The new program better integrates new developments of the field, and provide electives which can be used to complement the stem se- lected. This is an interdisciplinary pro- gram supporting option programs in other engineering schools. Sponsorshilp of research has in- creased great y within the past gear, in- cluding several Iprojects exten ing the interaction of ndustrial Engineering with other endeavors, for example, a project aplplying operations research to water qua ity management, and systems analysis applications to problems of urban development. Taped TV instruction has attracted considerable attention during the past year, with both favorable and critical comments. The lecture presentation is well organized and supported by semi- notes, and the laboratory sections are conducted as small group tutorials with opportunity for individual attention and discussion. 4 . + ,H s zf a , ,Q ,Q RM rf Y.. X , R X x, KKK hx KV Rv X 7 r ' '91 -wwf ,i MM .5 ,,,,.. ,1 ,L , , M ,,,,. ,W , .-:fffm ff K K W QM ,,, g I ' Industrial Management Expands The Industrial Management depart- ment remains one of the largest and fastest growing departments on cam- pus. Plans for the future include a com- plete split into a separate school of In- dustrial Management. Other plans in- clude a new building to be completed in 1970. Curricula chan es and research hold the spotlight for tiis year. Math course changes include the incorporation of two calculus courses and a linear alge- bra course. A new faculty lounge and lab space for calculators have been newer additions also. Research studies in "the economic impact of the Braves and Falcons" have been outstanding in the department this year. QNOTE: This page will self-destruct in 30 seconds.j FAR LEFT: Lectures play an im- portant part in the development of the IM. LEFT: Dr. Sherman Dallas, director. Alpha Kappa Psi C D M M A M P T O C R. F. O'Conner W. A. Shaffer A. W. Slalni-lker I- R- SYCDP F- A- THFPIEY Information Science Gets Grant The Information Science Department is expanding with the addition of infor- mation science courses to many of the departments' curricula. Computer tech- nology is advancing as fast as anything else today and the I.S. department is helping with this advancement. A half million dollar grant has helped the de- partment to buy a new computer for the school and plans for a new building and a research center has caused a great deal of excitement. Work in research is pres- ently being performed with computer- instructor relationships and a program is being planned for the near future. ABOVE: Dr. Vladimir Slumecko, director Q5 1 LLW,, ., ,L1,ii, r .,:i. . 53 -zifw i.. C. Steinhause llfv ft? r , . ' V 7" I 2 f f G. F. Walker RIGHT: Dr. Iomes D. Wright, director. 5 im H rrrlrr p it Modern Language Prepares Students The main concern of the department of modern languages is to train and pre- pare the Tech student to read technical and scientific materials in the Tech li- brary. Probably the closest thing to lib- eral arts besides English, the depart- ment tries to acquaint the Tech student with the civilization and literature of the language he is studying. Courses include a variety of different types of languages - Chinese, German, French, Russian and Spanish. With most of the technological books in the library Written in foreign languages, it is important for the student to get a good background in language. Ss BELOW: Mathematics - the precise science. I, C, Brggks G. L. Cain, Ir. C. C. Caldwell D. M. Friedlen R. H. Kasreil I. D. Neff E, I. Pitts D. A. Robinson G, R, Slayton M, B, Sledd W. R. Smythe, Ir, F, W. Stallard I. R. Vail I- M- Walker Mathematics: The Engineer's Best Friend Mathematics is the basis for all engi- neering curriculag that's Why it is so im- portant that the math department be outstanding - and it is. Tech's engineers become closely associated with Math during the first two years. Four courses in fundamental calculus and one in dif- ferential equations are required by most of the departments on campus. The de- partment provides more advanced courses for the student who plans to make math his profession. Numerous extra-curricular courses provide the student with the opportunity to go beyond the required curricula of his de- partment. ABOVE: Dr, Bertram M. Druck- er, director. BOTTOM LEFT: Dr. S. Peter Kezios, director. BOTTOM RIGHT: The shop provides many in volved hours for the ME. M ,,,, W, E K' I ME Gffers Broad Mechanical Engineerin offers a broad based program aime toward the serious engineering student. Although most entering freshmen enter into such glamorous fields as AE, many will even- tually return to ME as they discover its diversity is more suited to their needs. It is broa enough to include almost any facet of engineering. Many people have the mistaken con- cept that an ME is someone who carries a wrench in his pocket and a can of oil around his neck. However, ME is far from being a haven for car mechanics. It can and does offer perhaps the broadest groglram in engineering available at ec Program S. C. Barnet! 1. Baumgarten W. O. Carlson S. L. Dickerson P. Durbetaki H. L. lohnson ...wart .vi f 1, ,:1, - ,..v i . K 4 fit 'F- ' QV - SIUE? s ff :ee . wg: " .' 'kaggg . V, I. H. Murphy I. I-2. Rhodes -if W 0 H0 Er...--v P. E. Sexton I. E. Sunderland Nuclear Engineering Shares Research With Undergraduate Schools NE 612 EXPN? D CD fV0 T fouc H Although the Nuclear Engineering de- partment is known officially as a gradu- ate school, many undergraduate schools participate in research within the de- partment. Such facilities as a five mega- watt heavy water reactor, a pulsed fast neutron beam generator, a one mev Van de Graff generator and a 12,000 curie ce- sium 137 radiation source attract not only the attention of other departments but potential graduate students as well. Several of the major study areas include reactor technology, energy conversion and space power, nuclear propulsion and radiation utilization to mention only a few. TOP RIGHT: Dr. C. I. Roberts, director. . D. W. l-lowser I. C. Hyder L. H. McCau e l y R. Nelson -'11 31 ABOVE: john McKenna, direc- tOI'. TPl L. Welser P.T. Initiates Exercise Program The purpose of the physical training department here at Tech is to keep the Tech student in shape physically while he goes through the mental strain before graduation. Freshman courses include applications in swimming, track and gym while the sophomore enjoys the more recreational sports of tennis, foot- ball, and basketball, all with slight vari- ations according to the season. This year the department offered a supple- mentary course for juniors and seniors who have completed the requirements of the basic courses. This course in- volved the application of exercise once a week for students who were inter- ested in keeping fit. fi I 138 1 , -l ,ff- ...:.fWr3I- ida- H .k-'IF ff' H is , ,U x 5 1.-if Q iw me 5 S.. ?' 5, I fe a if rl? 1 3 es 1 'lf' 1 v -5 "9"-3 L fs' rt' if 1 H. R. Brewer E '4 '1 4' 1 i H.: re, A W, P. Ewalt isfl1122g1f2sifsiseW'rsm W W- 211.2115 , ,wg 1 I. Q. Williams 'V n - ., . , ' , " ".L .5 A t - oft fi i L. A. Woodward L. D. Wyly The physics department is now be- inning to feel the effects of the curricu- Fa changes of last year. Experimentation with sophomore courses are still pro- ducing material and results for future changes. With the move into its new building, the department is beginning to expand research with the acquirement of new equipment and space. The glraduate program is still flourishing w ile stu- dents do important work in such areas as atomic, nuclear, solid state, and neu- tron diffraction studies. These are only a few examples of the work being pro- duced within the department. 9 i,,.,..--"' U X mrs' 1. I it T New Ph sios Building: A Step Toward the Future 5811- k 2' ABOVE LEFT: The completion of the new building brought about many new changes within the department. LEFT: Dr. Ver- non Crawford, director. .K Psycholc gy: Studies in Human Behavior The main objective of the Psychology department here at Tech is to provide the student with an understanding of human behavior and its effect on per- sonal, family, and industrial problems. The department emphasizes the experi- mental approach by involving not only the faculty but graduate and under- graduate students in research programs. "Reliability of Human Performance" is only one example of the type of fine work the department is producing. TOP RIGHT: Dr. Edward H. Loveland, director. The department of Social Sciences, serves Tech as an integral part of the program of general education. Without pre-professional training the engineer- ing student needs a liberal arts curricu- lum to complement his four years of professional training. From study in fields of history, government, sociology, and philosophy, the student acquires the knowledge which is the basis for the universal understanding between all educated people. The courses are pre- sented in the realization that Tech stu- dents are not only engineers, but also the framers of political, economic, and social policies of the state and the na- tion. Social Sciences: A Liberal Arts Education -rzxwsmeieiiumw fr: if? , T "f g?',,i, ,Zg, 1. R. Scharf , ,za- ' S, W. Thornton ra LEFT: Dr. George Hendricks, director -,.E'29i2E?ii2 ns it BE Ffa QMS 2 3 if . "Pi cli5fE"li45l1L Q , . 3555 Wi!-fl1, ' .A w . . : 'iiwZZ:S-mftm H. A. Dickert 1. ff. 4? T - wx 9 x t QW I R. K. Flege G. B. Fletcher -'f 'F 92 I . '- ':'A " 'greg ,. if , . - R. C. Lathem I. W. McCarty ABOVE: The chemistry of dyeing plays a very big role in the textile industry today. RIGHT: Dr. james L. Taylor, di- rector. Textiles "It Varies From Mill to Mill" As the Textile industry moves full- force into the newly developed field of synthetics, so goes the A. French Textile School. Much research is being carried on by students under the direction of several instructors in the field of processing, dyeing, and finishing syn- thetics. At the present time a computer- ized system, by which any dyestuff available could be matched to any fab- ric shade obtainable and the correct method of application given, is being developed. As the school grows in size and obtains even more financial aid from the industry which depends on the school for much information and many employees, more emphasis is being ex- erted on the graduate program. The near future holds a revised curriculum in which more math and engineering physics will be required of all students in the school and the chances of getting off lightly by saying that "it varies from mill to mill" will be reduced. ABOVE: The weaving process can be a delicate operation at times. LEFT: Student examines the mechanism that inserts the bobbin into the shuttle on a loom s 1.1. ri . ,. M , IU V5 IMS LL 1' V v, 4 Qi, V W 45 X , XR Q Army Program: Unique The Army ROTC program at Tech is unique in its field. The brigade boasts the only program in the Third U.S. Army which offers Branch Material Training. The Tech student may receive training in Infantry, Chemical, Si nal, Ordinance, Engineering or Artillery branches. In addition, newly commis- sioned lieutenants from Tech perform twice as well as the national average at the Army Service Schools. Available statistics show that the av- erage cadet stands in the upper three- eighths of his class academically and while the national enrollment de- creases, Tech enrollment steadily in- creases. Plans are in the making for add- ing system's problems and planning of more faculty aid to give the Army better methods for presenting problems. LEFT: Col. Wayne W. Bridges, Commandant. BELOW: Drill plays a major role in the development and promo- tion of leadership. I. S. Merrell R. L. Morris C. R. Polley D. W. Ryan R. F. Grossman Air Force Changes Curriculum The department of Air Force Aero- space Studies was established in 1950 to select and prepare students to serve in the regular and reserve components of the United States Air Force. The curri- culum emphasizes the higlh level of mili- tary understandirig and nowledge. re- cunred by all Air orce officers. is is t e reason Tech turns out so many promising cadets. The Aerospace Studies saw several changes in its program this year. The student enrolled in this program was exposed to more classroom material than usual. This tended to give the stu- dent more knowledge of basic princi- pals other than just t e methods of drill. ABOVE: The Air ROTC bulletin board provides drill information for cadets. RIGHT: Lt. Col. Iumes D. Freeman, commondunt. BOTTOM: An increase in class- room emphasis wos created by curricula Changes. if . f- - ' .,.. V. gy: ,f ww".--fqfvzsss, . - , ' , I-L f' 'Q' ,, ' - 'S:f'HS-vie' iiiff,-5 ' 1E':1'L:"ff, :ll CZ?-ii"-2 , 5 -.:5.iI'E5E3 'G EIELEFFZQE' ' 11:51 'iii : . - sw. - 1 f 1.-'f .sv -if - ,gf-,M fri . , -- s- as 8 -' 2 FH, 2' sg: , N., -a . ' L W' ,f , A 1 Q. K- 1. W, ' A . -f . . -Q rg T ' K K rg J , . 6 . .,,, . v,,N 3i:sa!YE5yzfgg:.15g1.g.,fL . - f , . I f-hw 5gf.p.f.fw.:s -effzref:f!'2 . K ' .. f - J. , -V ,.,,, sniff' . -- V , ' W . wi ' P ' , .if-,2. .3 Y ' - -my 25.55 ' t ,- .- Q f ' ' Q ' ' Q f .-. T ' ' ' fs . , , . . T . . G. R. Fessler. Ir. K. I. Gellins D. C. Hoffman P. M. Richardson W. C. Ryan H. W. Saltler W, H, Tomlinson Navy Revamps Merit ff 1 ABOVE: Col. L. P. Harris, USMC, Commcindont. RIGHT: Maintenance and cure of your weapon plays 0 role in self- discipline. I, A. Eaton , ff . 1.. ,tlfkfgvz p W' Ffi-Yif L. 1. Purves 1 f 1 'e 5 , , I. Westmoreland 48 System - BOTTOM: Coordinated Drill - learning how to take orders before being uble to give them. The revamped merit-demerit systems was only one ofthe changes made with- in the department of Naval Science this year. The department initiated an "offi- cer of the eck" watch program for midshipmen to help encourage under- classmen participation. Besides drill involvement, class studies plays an important part in the development of an officer. The first year involves the study of naval history While sophomores concentrate on weapons and engineering apiplications. The junior and senior spen s his time studying navigation and leadership qualities. 1 Q I Y V. N 5' Lk .Pr N" Q' ' - ' 5 1 ' 1 Fi 'ixxhn v 'IQ' lL'il Q. A! il , 5 'N' I . I . ' l Q XIX. I , - lft' pk- , ...K .xml L4 l t . , I ,Q 1 5 A , 4 R if X I A . '. 1 , U I Q V 2 1 fd pi, I. 'iff' F ' 'If I .1 'fl i X " ' , .-'-'- " 4 ," 2 A gf' - J:,,.,,,. ff 'VM "fi-'ff 'T A f gf. fc. 1 :fa ' .,. . . , ,, ffl' ' 1 f1"iJ,1'z. "v"9r""'7'f,+ f5l'N:v"pi "" H'-"Qs ' -fn, 1' Q 4' 3, 'QQ5' r Qi 451525 9 Y s, ' -, ,' Q . " 1 t . 'Iii L:-.515 T nf' 5 .I Lk t '.Q L .' , - b fiflv 4' 4 ,I . -My-. '25"'Y" ff-wg. ff4'X'.e,-.gM,f- , nreff If ' re, aw, jf 41 'Q' XCDQI:-.' H' , . gs-."3,. -mqif, , -33 1.9 ffl. ,s, "7" T, If "gg Q I . Al' '4i,f.x,g-,1 4.1 f. 1 Zig: ffcffl- ,f if if ,L EAL, , ffl .' ., , M 1 f . ' ' IL .-g f X.-', P si' 4f,,'g UNI, ',' f-'A' Q. ' -"rn,,, ,f .' "kb "+G " f N Q f? 'bg' lk I. -Q X x - x fq, - 'x f'g oily .I A Nliv' v Irvixn. 3? 3- 'L l 1 , - ,, 6 . 3 1 . 'I 4 .9 - . ' 5 1 I I -4. a A ' ,. if x0 k ' ' ' ' 4 1 I ' 1 N1 " :Q - w - l l , . r, ' 1 W 1 . 1 - ' l .. -4- -'Q l "-- X f 3 - 4, WA , ' S- 'N 5 - Q f 'ff J f 'e L1 ' ' y - A V . 1 . N0 s D , 4 A , ,SV K-Q 'Ig sk, ' ,f ,,,,, ' w 1 -1 Avia. A Y' 'F x A N " " '--'V -- -..H A. M -rw .Wm ' X 6 R J 33" , NA I , Z J - i . .vp 51,95 ' .fuss ff, , ' . v "pw Wh R' .. s f? f , . dj K . ' ,fir , 41' , v ..- 'Q f- - F7 ggi? f- 1 1 'Q 4 ,iff "' V , 'KfQ',' 4 ,ff ff W ' 1 I J, F, I I t l E ,I 'lg I f X ,lit .1 I Z x fl ' 'f I I ' " 1 . . ff' ff' f 1 'I' XI, .vl ,ff , 9 K' ! , f 1 - fi! 'JJ' fl!! if AJ", 1' Ia 1 fl! ' -I , f' f b ' " 1 . f Q' .. ' 1 . ,J 'f I " J' J, -Q af - - ' ' ' 1 - p I., ! f Q. . I N, ' If - -' f " ' a. ' 1, ' W .X X x - . X, Nxh N, , . N. ' . x .3 SPORTS FUDTBALL BASKETBALL OTHERS Football: A Long Season for Coach Carson TECH OPPONENT 17 Vanderbilt 10 24 TCU 7 10 Clemson 0 13 Tennessee 24 10 Auburn 28 12 Tulane 23 19 Duke 7 7 Miami 49 3 Notre Dame 36 14 Georgia 21 RIGHT: SITTING: Lewis Woodruff, George Bar- clay, jack Griffin, Dub Fesperman, Head Coach Bud Carson, Dick Bestwick, Bob Thalman and Richard Bell. STANDING: jim Luck, Spec Lan- drum, joe Pittard, Trainer Buck Andel, Bill Fulcher, jesse Berry, and Bobby Franklin. i if Q1 if 3 ta , gf 9 71 P ggi 9' X2 07' FRONT ROW: Gene Spiotta, Doug Dale, Chris Denney, Richard Garner, Dee Turner, jim Kiltie, jimmy Brown, Tommy Carmichael, johnny Duncan, Kim King, Bobby Hollander, Tim Eubanks, Larry Williams, joe Bill Faith, Bill Wallace, Ronnie Newton, Tim Woodall, Bill Eastman. SECOND ROW: Elbert Price, David Polk, Rick Nelson, Larry Davidson, Danny Adams, Ken Mugg, jim Penley, David Barbar, Lamar Melvin, Randall Edmunds, Mike Ashmore, john Collins, Tommy Carlisle, Larry Good, Lenny Snow, Richard Rosebush, jim Gibson, Mike Glad, Bob Seamon and Bobby Gwynn. THIRD ROW: Derrell Parker, joe Vitunic, Steve DeBardelaben, Tommy Chapman, jerry Paul, Ken Bonifay, joel Stevenson, john Sias, john Weaver, Tommy Elliott, Claude Shook, Bain Culton, Ed Anderson, Sonny Swain, Terry Story, Charles Rogers, james Holland, Alan Glisson, Eric Wilcox, Rick Black, Mike Bradley, Rickey Wolfe, Lou Santospago. TOP ROW: johnny Tullos, Bobby McKinnon, Doc Harvin, Steve Brown, Lew Heller, john Laga- na, Steve Almond, Galin Mumford, Al Gerhardt, Billy Kidd, john Huff, jim Taylor, jim Person, Bill Kinard, Todd Woodhull, Dennis james, Tash Van Dora, Harold Clifford. - 152 ,, 411. ,ff Q 1 . W A 1 V V,. Vmil :J Xxx X i at S' Q 1 4 ! .-QL? IV.. .Y Q - .. , K 4' gg - f,-ff: Injuries Slow Gffense . M . , wk, ., ,,, ,,7. 73-'Sf V I " 'wt ,.-gl K - FAR LEFT: Lenny Snow gets the call on this third- and-two situation. LEFT: The line opens up a hole big enough to drive a truck through, and ferry Paul is able to see daylight against Notre Dame. BELOW LEFT: Flanlter john Sias was one ofKing's favorite receivers in this game against Duke. BELOW: johnny Tullos does some fancy footworlf as he out-maneuvers these TCU defenders. The fouNh,fuH4hne head hMHbaH coach in Georgia Tech's history was a man beseiged by more than his share of problems in his first season as head- coach of the 1967 Georgia Tech Yellow IaCkets.'These probhnns hududed in- juries, the installation of a new offense, antundedsetofddbnmvebacksandan equaHy inexpehenoed ofhuunve hne and a series of night games. On the day of his retirement, Bobby Dodd told the press that a 5-5 season continued BELOW: Bill Eastman filled in at quarterback for the injured King and Good several times this sea- son. BOTTOM: One ofthe highlights of Tech 's loss to Georgia was the performance of Tailbacl-1 Den- nis james, who is sure to see much action next year. would be a commendable record for the 1967 season. But Carson, in his most op- timistic moments said that a 6-4 or 7-3 season is possible, providing his team "got the breaks with injuries? Such was not the case, and the jackets ended the season with a 4-6 record. The new Tech offense featured a large number of formations including the winged T, the pro set, the I Forma- tion, an the tight or power T. The line was quicker than in recent years, but the fact that only two starters were back from the previous year's front seven hurt. The Iackets scored convincing, al- though not spectacular, wins against Vanderbilt, 17-10, in Nashville, and TCU, 24-7, at the newly expanded Grant Field, in their first two games. But in the third game against Clem- son, Tech won at a great cost. King was continued .m Af, ' f vb 1' . A' rm '1 L V, 'iv ' ' ' v M ,Flaw in 'W 1 h " me-if A In VK f ,, .. ,V 4, . 5 . 'L A ' V 4 gg ,'Y ' f" A , J K I U iq .N-f"'.v31Q Fhfgi, I N, V 1 A 11 f. I3 4. 0 -w"5"f li' Nffzaf - ,M 'Wax ' I E' n iz" 1. 'H' ' fr. ' if i all K L 3 "vm 3321?-'.i""J LEFT: Lenny Snow carries the mail behind Doc Harvin, one ofthe best blocking fullbacks in Tech history. BELOW: Larry Good threads the needle to send Clemson on the road to defeat. A Wrecker Defense injured near the end of the first half and a trend began that doomed the team to Hs losing seasorr At Tennessee, Tech started Larry Goodatquadednmk,andthejunknin- jumdhmknmdndwfnmpmimandhm elbow in the second, and King came back to be reinjured in just eight plays. In this game Tommy Carlisle reinjured his ankle and was in and out ofthe line- up for the rest of the season until he went down for good in the Miami game. The Auburn game saw Ken Bonifay, Bobby hAcKinnon, and jun Person at quarterback. The following week against Tulane, Carson moved Bill East- man to quarterback, knowing that he was robbing the defense of its best back. Eastman came back against Duke to lead Tech to a 19-7 win, but again it was a costly one. Carlisle was injured again, continued BELOW: Greg Wilkes makes, a flying tackle against this Auburn ball-carrier. BELOW RIGHT: Wrecker David Barber and Alan Glisson put the pressure on the Tennessee quarterbafzk. .f-Q f ff LEFT: Linebacker Mike Bradley teams up with an- other Tech defender to stop this Notre Dame ball- carrier. BELOW: Safetyman Bill Kinard looks on as Dee Turner intercepts one of his three pass in- terceptions ofthe year. s 5 2 , Z E l I I K I 1 E r A ,Q ' t rrtt r A 1 ,,,. l ' i' N to ,Q is so i i . , . I' f "" .1 r " A jeff Q ft,,. ge, 5 A F - ' V K jjj at Y- 'E .,', fig. '.:?.'f"j"'.e.ZTAjLxf,eJg5Qw5 ""' 'wr 'Q N r r rs'.r Q. sl.r, V - - -. ' it ii-- "'- it' i i ' BOTTOM: just one example of Yellow locket de- fensive pressure is shown here. BELOW: joel Ste- venson prepures to finish off his Tech teammate! valiant effort. 4 and Mike Ashmore joined him, not to return until the Georgia game. Then came more tragedy. In Miami, Lenny Snow was injured on the opening kickoff. Carlisle also went down in this one, and his leg underwent surgery the following week. Notre Dame came to Grant Field to face the patched-up lack- ets, and with King and Good still hob- bling badly, the Irish came from a O-3 defich to vvin 36-3. ThmumnmtheGmngmgamejhehmt dayanight single header ever held in Grant Field. In the long, proud history ofTechfootbaH,nogroupofrnencould possibly have given more of themselves than did the tattered remnants of this 1967 teanm llnderdogs by' sorne 17 ponds Tech had to go Uno dns one without Snow, Carlisle, Mike Bradley, CHaude Shook,and hnuny Bromur Bud Carson's men spotted the Georgia Bull- dogs 14 points in the day segment and then roared back to vvnithe nightcap, 14-7, for a total of Georgia 21, Tech 14. continued ABOVE: A defensive group effort robbed this Au- burn Tiger of ci gain. LEFT: Bill Eastman furiously downs u would-be TCU scorer. We Shall Retur 1 i LEFT: Eric Wilcox, a junior th year, set a school record with h 28 tackles in Tech's loss to Geo gia. ABOVE: Dennis james, see: here scoring against Georgi will provide the much needf offensive punch next year. LEFT: Tommy Chapman will handle the punting chores again next year. BELOW LEFT: lohn Sias, who set a Georgia Tech record for the longest scoring reception with this catch, will return as an offensive threat. This game proved that Coach Bud Car- sonis arnan possessed ofthe abihtyto getinore of hw rnen than they have vvHhu1thenL'The BuHdogs1nanaged a quick 7 points the first time they got the ball, but Tech dug in and in the second quarter, moved to the Georgia 5 where King missed a first down by inches on a measurement that featured some fancy ballhandling by the officials and a bro- ken chaur Tech bounced back,buttoo late, and an intercepted pass with less than a minute remaining ended all hopes for a victory this year over Geor- ga. But Coach Carson is optimistic that next year will be a different story. The reason for this is the performance throughouttheseasonofthejunkns,so- phomores, and the freshman team. Den- nis Iames filled in well for Lenny Snow in the Georgia game. Larry Good will be back at quarterback. Iohn Sias, the fast- est man on the team, and Percy Helmer are sure to be two of Good's favorite re- ceivers. Eric Wilcox and Bill Kinard will be back to lead the defense. The of- fensive line will feature Ioe Vitunic. continued Also returning will be Ioel Stevenson, Bain Culton, and Tommy Chapman. But Carson will surely feel the loss of such people as King, Snow, Carmichael, Brown, Eastman, Barber, Carlisle, Randall Edmunds, and Iohn Lagana. For many of these men, this was their third season on the varsity, and they can be proud of their performance over the years. One significant fact is shown in the fact that, even in a losing season, this year's team played before the largest crowd in the history of Tech's Grant Field when 60,024 saw the Notre Dame game, and that the team averaged a rec- ord 56,386 attendance for their six home games. Coach Bud Carson is hopeful and confident that he will be able to re- ward this faithful support with a better season next year in his second year as head-coach of the Iackets. Surely, Tech has had enough bad luck for two sea- sons, so next year may very well be the year to beat Vince Dooley and his Geor- gia Bulldogs. Ha-i1'!Jl1AmtHx1a'Bs,v':gmnzaa1m1l w . ,.f::a.i1af4vx:xK-Ag. sa 1 l 'ian .f J amaizfev LEFT: Kim King tal-ies to discuss the next play Coach Bud Garson. viz. LEFT: Coach Carson's shows the frustrations ofa d coach in a losing season. VE: Tommy Chapman gets booming punt as Doc Har- provides the protection, VE RIGHT: A real blow e to the Tech defense when Wilcox suffered a knee in- . BELOW RIGHT: Tech tains Steve Almond and id Barber call the toss. Also a Part of the Game 334' ENN X 2 K J Xxx' A ssii :': A3 Frosh Build for Tomorrow The 1967 Baby Iackets proved them- selves to be the best frosh squad pro- duced at Tech in the last four years and were possibly one of the best teams ever. Posting a 4-2 record, the freshmen boasted a capable offense and defense. In the Tennessee game the offense marched all the Way downfield to win in the closing minutes While in the F.S.U. bout, the defense held the Baby Seminoles to a -27 yards gained. The clincher, however, came when the Baby Iackets defeated the Georgia Bullpups 14-0 in the season's finale. .I . nu, and Beet Georgia RIGHT: Quarterback lack Williams takes thc snap from center Morris Palmer to gain additional yard- age. BELOW: In the end, the scoreboard tells the tale. LEFT: Steve Harkey grinds out more yardage against the Bullpups. BELOW LEFT: The Baby jackets' defense stops another attempt by Georgia 3 ',.: 1:3 GEORGIA TECH'S 1967 FRESHMAN FOOTBALL SQUAD ROW: Eric Nicholson, lim Nicholson, Mike Wysong, Kerry Helinger Chuck Hixon Ricky Davis Steve Norris Steve Harkey Ronnie Bob Hornbuckle, Rick Cornwell, Lindsay Walker, lack Paulk lohn Croley SECOND ROW Rick Martin Bill Tucker Phil DeBerry Beavers, Lloyd Snow, Steve Kramer, lack Brandt, Eddie Hughes Buck Shiver Skipper Burns Ricky Evatt David Hunter Gary Plye Rod Bill Kelly, Ron Uhlman, Doug Calhoun. THIRD ROW: Paul Achey Sonny Huff Sid Gunter Charlie Mauze lim Tillman lack Massey llan, Steve Foster, Roger Swartz, Ronnie Davis, john Riggle Harry Collins Morris Palmer Tim Broome Bobby Barr TOP ROW Chip Calvin Stansell, Bill Flowers, Bill McFerrin, Richard Gardner Bill Reese joe Hardwick Allen Vezey Bill Ritter lack Williams Mike Steve Timmons, Danny Pittard, lohn Fischer, Eddie Putnam Ji C5384 , 5 A an .. .gimp Basketball Season: A Near Miss Due to the fact that the Georgia Tech Basketbah teanixwas plagued by in- juries, it missed having the great season which the players, Coach, and fans had looked forvvard to. Plnl VVagner, Pete Thorne and Stan Guth aH susuuned sorne kind ofinjury at one Utne or an- othen Coach VVhaokllyderxNasforCed to put in several players with little or no prevnnw expeHenoe,and Uunrlaok of previous ganuetnne hinderedthe Tech continued ABOVE: Dove Clark stretches for o wild pass. LEFT: Ted Tomosovitch drives in for d bucket ogoinst FSU. Rice SMU Georgia Auburn TCU Illinois Loyola Yale Tulane Iaoksonville Furman FSU Ohio State UNC VMI Clemson W. Virginia Wofford Iaoksonville Georgia Army Tennessee FSU Clemson Tulane of Chicago U U RIGHT: Dove Clark contributes two points to Tech's score. FAR RIGHT: Phil Wagner goes up for the jump shot. 2 u , ,, L, f 'z3'iiff gi? gf, iff. 3 Pig? Q 'A A fu , 1,-5 Inexperience Prevents Unity NU? attack. Although all of the team had a greatckud ofskiH and abihty,thesein- pines and inexpehence prevented the team from uniting into a smoothly vvorking unit 'The season starhul out very vveH when the team won their first three games. One of these victories was over Georgia who fielded a team of superior height and who was predicted to be the rnmorpowerumheSoudmam.Theman1 shovved greatrnnse and H looked as though'Techvvouhihaveitsbestseason in history. This was not to be the case, howmven for Phd VVagner and Stan Guth both received injuries which put them out of action. It was evident that continued u gg gyy y S :M 5 M"QwsQm.1?w,wfwt, A - ser -- F vl If A+ MRM'-awww. ,, kk 'iii q. ,3.,,,1:f 5 1312+ pf 5. 45'3N'- N F Nw 'M N .Q .J A , . 1 X v QA J, X 3, '24 'I J, 4, .wr Vg x' Ya"-V ,JF " 'CMN' ,QS ltr ,Y 1,4 f7""S.4,-'1 is ,,,,jf'M' , , , , ,f Q. 46: ,lr-ay .qygv-I, xy X :ag . fr V 5 I 2' 5 x f ' 4 we ,A fu ra if 'Quia 'Q 4 f y " .X V' x ' K Y R Q' . 2 A 3 W g W 1 , , U A L Q v 1 7? Z., as ' I Q as H , . A A ' 1 f O xx - ' -f ."'?" l 1 J V 1'-5' , 1.53. Q 's, 5' , 0 Q 5 Q K + ' ' . ,XF5 Uv i' I4 "- , 3 al., . 5 .,,, m 5 T 1, at . 'R n A 1't fm -X i! N x s u Injuries Plague Season the team missed the leadership of its captain, Phil Wagner. The team was never able to win consistently for the duration of the season. Although the record of the team was 12-13, they led their opponents in many areas, and several Tech records were set. They overshadowed their opposi- tion in field goal percentage and average points per game. The 76.1 percent aver- age at the foul line was a new Tech rec- ord. Good shooting from the outside was characteristic of the team, and the single game field goal percentage record was also broken this season. Regulars Phil Wagner, Dave Clark, Ted Tomaso- vich, Pete Thorne, Bob Seimer, and Stan Guth all had a better than 40 percent av- erage from the field. Terry Akins and Bob Brizendine also shot very well from the outside, and their play was quite in- strumental in many of the Tech vic- tories. continued LEFT: Phil Wagner tries for o lay-up but is fouled by o Tulane pluyer. 173 Whack g ,U ABOVE: Coach Hyder gives advice on tactics to be used. ABOVE RIGHT: Interviews seemed like a part of every game. FAR RIGHT: Expressions of worry and stress are noticeable at many parts of the game. W m , 72521 -1Li: V , ,,,,, N",,,,, .V V , ,pr ig. ,P . 6 I " 5 3' :avi fl W ' 'Wk R A ,, K .Qi .,,1 ii in gm mg if gf j ' S AL K, 97'-iG"I'I:w . . x, ,J . k A Baseball: Two Records Set Georgia Tech's 1967 baseball squad came back after a very disappointing 1966 season to produce a 21-11 record for the year. In doing this, the team set two records while tieing the school mark for victories in a season. The Yel- low Iackets set a new standard in dou- ble plays with 35 in 32 games. Roy lar- rett and Ken Bonifay established a new high in times-at-bat, each coming to bat 127 times. The 21 wins tied the mark set by the 1926 team. According to Coach lim Luck, the 1967 Yellow Iacket season had two turn- ing points. The first crisis was the loss of Ted Tomasovich, who was thought to be the top pitcher, for three weeks, with arm trouble. The other was when Don- nie Noggle got hit in the head with a pitched ball for the second time ofthe season. Donnie Noggle, Glenn Rea, W. I. Blane, Roy Iarrett, Cleve Fowler, Glenn Iohnson, Lew Walker, and Ieff Payne were lost to graduation. Coach Luck ex- pects Ronnie King, who led the team in home runs this year while hitting .304, and slick fielding Ken Bonifay to be the mainstays of the 1968 Iackets. i- . Wt ' -v f .-5, 1 ,91 1 ABOVE RIGHT: Boy larrett slides in under the tag in this game against Miami. ABOVE: Ronnie King's teammates congratulate him as he crosses the plate after hitting a home run. RIGHT: As W. 1. Blane catches the ball, lie prepares to fire the ball into the infield. Q ff,f Q. TECH OPPONENT 5 East Tennessee 4 9 Valdosta State 2 4 Valdosta State 9 14 Davidson 1 9 Davidson O 10 Milligan 2 14 Milligan 7 1 Clemson 10 8 Georgia 2 8 Parsons 2 3 Furman 7 2 Auburn 4 6 Auburn 9 4 Georgia 3 6 Miami 2 2 Miami 1 4 Miami 2 13 Georgia 6 6 Furman 1 9 David Lipscomb 2 1 Georgia 2 1 Erskine 4 0 Clemson 4 4 Mercer 0 5 Erskine 2 3 Berry 1 5 West Georgia 3 0 West Georgia 5 9 Mercer 2 3 Berry 5 12 Auburn 8 6 Auburn 8 TTING: jerry Owen, jimmy Griffin, Bobby Gibson, Floyd Harris, Kon Bonifay, Bonnie King, Captain Cleve Fowler, and Steve Weeman IDDLE ROW: Glenn Bea, Roylarrett, Lloyd Harris, Handy Carroll, Head Coach lim Luck, Lew Wallter, David Vittur, Donnie Noggle, and Ieff yne. STANDING: Bob Moylan, Bud Moore, Bill Eldridge, Glenn johnson, Phil Hudson, Ted Tomasovich, W. I. Blanc, Tim Matthews and anager Bill Page. Baseball CCONTINUEDJ 4,11p s t 2,5 i 3 TOP: Phil Hudson prepares to let fly with a fast ball. ABOVE: Ken Bonifay laces single through the box. LEFT: Coach lim Luck watches his team and plans his next move. 4 ,,-,,, . tx 1 --ret ' 2 as Track: Fast Start Slow Finish The 1967 Georgia Tech Track team began the season with three strong vic- tories. Then slowed by injuries and rough competition, the Tech thinclads ended the season with four, hard- fought, but disappointing losses and a 3-4 record. The freshman team faired better, remaining undefeated through- out the season and finished first in the Montgomery Indoor Meet. Sprinter Ben Vaughan set a school record for the 100 yard dash of 9.5 sec- onds. His performance in competition made him high scorer, followed by Chris Purvis and Charlie Mason. Rod Parker hurled the javelin 223 ft. 3M in. for a new school record, and Gerry Har- ris set a new triple jump record at 46 ft. 5 in. Sandy Atkinson set a new record in the 120 yard high hurdles at 14.6 sec- onds. Under the inspiring coaching of Tech's own Buddy Fowlkes, such consistant point winners as these and their other teammates scored one of the most spirited seasons in Tech's history. LLZJSIQ? ABOVE: Mitch Auerbach shows once again "it's how you play the game that counts." LEFT: Grace- ful form is shown by Dick Boyer in a lofty leap. fi. A, fr - ."f11-V' 5+ FT: Second highest scorer Chris Purvis pounds e track as he lives up to all his coach's expecta- ons. BELOW LEFT: Bud Schench strains for every ch. BELOW: Ben Vaughn out-sprints record- lding Georgia star Kent Lawrence in the 100 yard sh. BOTTOM: Versatile Charlie Mason clears e bar as he did in setting a Tech high-jump record 6'8M". RIGHT: Sandy Atkinson, carrying the arl-is of many hours of practice, soars over the 'gh hurdles for the lackets. Vanderbilt Fumnan Clemson South Carolina Auburn Cleorgia East'Tennessee 4' Tech Opponent 118 27 107 36 76 69 61 83 57 88 64 81 63 82 Cross Country: A 5-4 Season Cited as a good team on the whole, the 1967 Cross Country Team in dual meets scored wins over Clemson, South Carolina, Georgia State, Berry College, and Emory while losing to Auburn, Georgia, Furman, and F.S.U. This team, which could have been one of the best in the South had it not been for injuries, ranked second in the Ga. State Intercollegiate meet and third in the A.T.C. meet. RIGHT: Chris Purvis leads the way over Clemson while QBELOWJ team captain Iim Knight sets his pace. FAR BELOW: The 1967 Cross Country Team: BOTTOM ROW: Frank Madonia, Ice Roesser, Bill Calhoun, Gary Mische, jim Knight fCaptainj, Chris Purvis, lim Bur- fiend, john Walton, Sam Clarke, TOP ROW: Tom Bal- lentine, Dave Hyatt, Fred Von Hermann, lim Brown, jeff Goodman, Ogden Gerald, Mike Fedor, and Don Hyatt. P149 'il' 6' . , , lg, H -. ' 7 . f C wif,- 4 , W 1 W t. " 24 , - . f2' 1 i,, rg K f i ' 1 lf gl yi K x in P IX: I .ex -, t ,. ' I ..,,, A t . - , 4- "'4..1-.3 i mp. . ' ' 1 0 ' L L-4. i 2. 5 . f' tw C - , A 1 Z gg." 2' '- 'F 'Ly Q V Highs, I I ,- ..' ' . V' ' . If 'T l A J Q ri 'Sf . . , R' '5-.1"Z. .. -Hr- if T532 R F ' kr. T i . t ,A- :kk 2 . ... ' .,.l H i.---t 1 . ' C " lui--Q. 5235.2 : :'-" to 'M - xgflf.. ,U " V 7 V ttt : ax, L. y y T Z. - Q '3E7" -an 1 , - - M, iif .. . '--5 TS f ' ik ., -..- -- with Li' ..... ,,. Q M ig to t T t ttt V f 1 V- -1 - ,Q Vt "--Q i "A -V' ' 4: is F ,X...r,' Q if V so , - """""t ' ig. T"'w3 - - ' ,v SUCCQF' y ,M X-f, 1 ' V : E1I'S1ly lEll1lS G HTS "1A'. ' xf " f V, LEFT: A Tech player uses his head in an effort to p V If EZ'fff""' V if stop an opponent's offensive drive. BELOW: After V mg V' YZY t N:bHAA receiving a pass, julio Hosselii heads downfield on fy., ' f V , an offensive break, BELOW LEFT: Fancy footwork -1 up . V - . V :1e'i V 1 , .. Vt is one of the major facets of the game of soccer. - -V-M ------- -V--0 -'4-' '- -V-1 ---- 'N . ,,, E:-.-4. ..J.1I,,TZL..:..,.,,,l'I. , V .V V 75.51 -. -.,...,- A "..,.... J ,.. ., . .......... ,, H I VKVVVV . . ..., ' , P-F """" U" L""""' W-W I W, --M 2 '-- Q iise feei p 5 7 " "LY ,, III W ff-if-W" f' t. LV T - Q' , V t V E ip a A-1,,1'V1 Eff' -xl-fag: 4 V I page ' ilis we y V pfps p : as , , In .P , V X .A r y I ' : V 'f -V V . it ' tw- is p I 1 it f:" '::lVJ't"" ' PP' wills.-uf5's-if' it V , , , - A 1 ii'i i"A ii'f . V ' it ' iics V -"' Vli 'i " 'VVIL ',f' , . ' ., "" T iiii V V : f Under the able coaching of Minor Crowl, the Tech Soccer Club weathered a rebuilding season with a great deal of success. Athough their record was a mediocre 2-3-1 in league play, the team showed remarkable poise for such an inexperienced group. Seven of the elev- en starters were first year'men and a bright future looms ahead for these youngil capable Players. Wit fine per ormances from the ex- perienced Iu io Rosselli and the praise- worthy Blay of such outstanding fresh- men as ennis Fink, Brian Ladell, and high school All-American Bruce Mad- den the team came a long way after a shaky beginning. A new Tech and league record was set by Brian Ladell, when he scored six goals in a game against a competent lea ue opponent in Ben Hill United. With Sue return of al- most the entire team and the hope of glaining varsitfy distinction hanging in t e ba ance, t e soccer club loo s or- ward to a promising future. 183 Wrestling: Toughest Schedule in the South Facing the toughest schedule in the South, the Georgia Tech Wrestling team finished with a record of eight wins and nine defeats. This record, however, is not representative of the performances of the team. Several of the matches were very close, and could have gone either way. It is a freshman dominated team with seven of the eleven first string wrestlers being first year men. The team finished second in the Southeast Intercollegiate Champion- ship with lim Coleman and Alex Rob- erts winning first place in their respec- tive weight classes. Alex Roberts is con- sidered the best wrestler to ever com- pete at Tech. Senior Captain Andy Har- vill and Allen Yates also did a fine job this season. Head Coach Lowell Lange expects a better season for the team next year. ABOVE: Senior Bobby Moran forces his adversary down to the mat. RIGHT: Alex Roberts pins his op- ponent for another Tech victory. if r - ws Q9 ABOVE LEFT: Yellow Jacket team captain, Andy Hotvill, Ioosens up before 0 contest on the mat. Swimming: A Bright Future Ahead The Tech swimming team finished the season with an 8-7 record, and thinlgs look even better for the future. Wit just three exceptions, the whole team will be returning for next year, and the outlook is briglht indeed. Many individua Tech records were set during the past season. The 400 yard free-style relay team composed of Go- Captains Iohn Burrows and George Fauerbach along with David Burrows and Iohn Savage, broke the existing school record. Iohn Savage also set an individual school mark in the 200 ard individual medley. lack Derrick, llohn Savage, David Burrows, and Iohn Bur- rows also broke the 400 yard medley relay record. A thoiigh the team loses senior George auerbach to graduation, the bulk of the team will return next year. Coach MoAvlely looks to lack Derrick, Iohn Burrows, avid Burrows, and Iohn Savage to lead the Tech swimming team to numerous victories in the years to come. RIGHT: Couch McAuley intently watches over the proceedings. BELOW: Tech swimmer is stroke to stroke with rival after turn. Gym Une Wm, No Scholarships LEFT: A Tech gymnast performs on the parallel bars. ABOVE: The standing rings are one of the many events in a collegiate gymnastics meet. Although the Tech gym team failed to reach its goal of a winning season, there were many outstanding performances by both under and upperclassmen. Terry Lutz and Marvin Lyons showed their true athletic skill by performing well in almost all events. Senior Mark Rogers also displayed a great deal of skill in his routine on the parallel bars and in the free exercise event. Coach Lyle Welser has high hopes for the many underclassmen on the team. He feels they show much promise and he hopes they will start their own win- ning tradition. Due to the fact that Tech gives no scholarships in gymnastics, it is up to these freshmen and sophomores to mature into the gym team that will win for Tech in the future. Tennis: A Happ Surprise After losing Walter johnson, the win- ningest tennis competitor in jacket his- tory, and Paul Speicher to graduation, Coach jack Rodgers was ready for a rough season. However, john Lawrence and john Gilbart did an excellent job and gave Tech an 8-5 season in tennis competition. The highlight of the season was when john Gilbart advanced to the finals where he was defeated in the show- down match of the Atlanta Open Tennis Tournament Men's Singles only by his teammate of last year, Walter johnson. The team had considerable depth with sophomores Steve Menke and Bob Speicher. This year, john Lawrence will gradu- ate, leaving john Gilbart, Steve Menke, and Bob Speicher to carry the team. Coach Rodgers is confident they will be able to produce another winning season this year. I-194 - . x w-""i Q-9 ,qw E35 Aitfr ' 2' j -I 1 f - mssreaa 1 1 mmas.e3:sZa.- ,j . Mm N T - L t Bmrswsryiiesligfwqqgmggfi it ' A ' IIEER? E f .llll::.!'. . y,tt itas T tccl ' . .llll , ll 3 . 'su' T' ' A ff 4 .rw - Q., ,,,.. W. . . M , W s '- , i k 'j Y t I L .V H W V' ' ru. 3 ' A if " 1 . .- . . Q 1 Q E ' Gu .1 2 'fr 'F ""'f1 in N . qftpi y Pimp, FQ' "' ' 'I gt .a f s t ' J Q Q J i xt 5 I P x 1 1, 4 J N 5 ' r 1 ,. . S x at -S, Q5 I 1. 5 . F NI r .. A 4+ ,,,- zw..,.,,.i,,g3f-Qatar....esmm.:. H? , j"T'4'1 . A L"' f fQ5.ji5!E5,f: ATV-jj-9 ...'.-lll H' .1 I , . . , - Illl 5 'L ' f . 1 .. 9-N' 4 I RM hx R Q- U I x V v- 'a 5 -s 4 I 'mx 'www -... at S S W-sa-I 'HRQAX 'K Jw as , .T""' 2 ' 'A ' - 'xx K gg ,O gp TOP: STANDING: john Gilbart, Couch jock Rodgers. KNEEL- ING: Bob Speicher, john Law- rence. ABOVE: john Gilbort is ready to return the next shot in this singles match. Golf: Henry Named All-American K ' ..., t xr W-,' ,f 133. 3 Ef ygs ilk .- g f . 5 ' pigiu t g W J .th igh zgw g tfg,.,9,!rd:lig,'7. In L , .. 35,31-fmf. 'F ' ' ' ' , , H . ,X f . H 'YF-QE? "swf: it -. ' A i Q fp. Wm afgqzzwgza.gl--ig,-6 Playing out of the Standard Club of Atlanta, the Engineers ended the 1967 golf season with a 10-7 mark. This repre- sents the most matches won by a Tech golf team since 1947. Senior Bunky Henry served as captain for the second straight year, and was narned to the All-American squad. Tommy Plaxico has been the Yellow Iackets' golf coach since january of 1956. His Tech teams have won 83 dual matches while losing 76 and being tied 6 times. Plaxico does a good job of instill- ing in his golfers the same desire that he himself demonstrated as an outstanding trackman of the early 1940's. TOP: Don Perry lines up his putt at the Standard Club of Atlanta. ABOVE: Bunky Henry, Don Perry, Len McWil- liams, Bill Dudley, Nick Walker, Frank Perry. LEFT: Bunky Henry tries for a birdie with this putt. 0? Q bl' .-5. ORGANIZATIGNS STUDENT GCVERNMENT PUBLICATIUNS CLUBS HON ORARIES ABOVE: Sum Williams accepts the Presidency from out-going president Doc Outlond. A year marked by disputes over foot- ball game seating and by the expulsion of members for absence from meetings - this was 1967-1968 for the Georgia Tech Student Council. The top issue of the year was naturally over seating of students at the games. A good plan was suggested by the Council, but was re- jected by the Athletic Association. Con- sequently, at some of the games, stu- dents were seen crowded on the bench- es and in the aisles of the bleachers. The Student Council did not stop in its fight, though, and it is hoped that it will find the correct solution to this and other problems of the Tech student. In a major step towards an effective govern- ing body, the council obtained control of allocation of Student Activity fees. Overall the 1967-68 council was the most dynamic and most effective of re- cent years. 192 sg tudent Council: Qetis Go to the Game Earl and Get a Good Seat ABOVE: Vice-President Hon Turner asks to see how many people would rather have Kool-Aid at the annual picnic. LEFT: Dean Dull in one of his excited moods. REPRESENTATIVES Iames E. Dull Advisor Sam Williams President Ron Turner Vice President Michael Sappington Secretary Eric Ragir Treasurer Bill Adams Chip Akridge David Bassett Carey Brown Frank Brown Brook Byers Iohnny Carter Tommy Chapman joel Chasteen Rich Cook Russell Cooley Paul Conte Bill Craig Dick Crouch Al Culbreth Ed Dudley George Fauerbach Tom Feld Billy Harrison jim Hertenstien jerry Hightower Tommy Isaac Fred Link Flip Lyle Regan McCoy Betty Meridith Dee Peterson Ierry Phillips Ioel Pittard Harold Reheis Pete Ross Mark Saunders Iohn Schaeffer Hawley Smith Iim Stallings George Stewart Roy Thornton Ron Turner Carly Wayman Hugh Westberry David Whelan Larry Wyont Bob Young Senate Leads Grad Interests Recentlly it was pointed out that the Georgia ech Graduate School is not as great as the students would like to be- ieve. The faculty immediately tried to improve the reputation of the graduate program, and a student group known as the Graduate Student Senate rapidly began moving forward from relative ob- scurity. Long after the Student Council began re-:presenting the undergraduates, the Gra uate Senate began just as im- portant a 'ob, although on a smaller scale, for the graduate school. One of the most noteworthy achieve- ments of the group this year was its co- sponsoring, with its undergraduate counterpart, a proposal to expand the student seating section of Grant Field. It is hoped that in the future these two groups may continue to work together or t e good of all students. . +I M fx E XZ XL. Cl 1:- gs . ABOVE: The officers of the Graduate Student Senate. Q' . rltl' ABOVE LEFT: Deon Purser chows down ot one of the summer outings. ABOVE RIGHT: Dorm dances were held for the enjoyment of students during Summer quorter. LEFT: The winning dorm Home- coming display. It's getting so a student can't even run around his own dormitory in nothing but a towel anymore with all the girls running around. And Dean Purser is trying to bring more in all the time. What's the fun of having a harem in your room if the administration knows? Oh Well, maybe with a little luck the In- terdormitory Council may soon insti- tute co-ed dorms. Bringing pretty girls into a Tech stu- dent's life is not the only intention of the I.D.C., though. Also they are working to unify the students in the dorms who never pledged a fraternity. For the first time ever, a dormitory had an entry in the Ramblin' Reck Parade this year. Also, the dorms had a separate judging for the homecoming displays. All this has been done in the first two years of the l.D.C. What can we look forward to - co-ed dorms? IDC Makes Dorm Life Livable LEFT: Ron Ogl Ed BELOVV:FredH d k B Manager. P e 1, Y, I ' , I , A ee e eeeee -..,,. ,,.,,, e Blueprint '68: They Said It C0u1dn't Be Done TOP: Rich Cook, Designer. ABOVE: Mike Hinson, Monog- ing Editor. RIGHT: Bill Chil- dress, Associate Editor. BLUEPRINT 1967 was indeed a com- plete yearbook. Georgia Tech, or any school for that matter, has never been presented the story of their school in a more appealing form. The rule book was hidden when that book went to press because the staff wanted to please the students. With this concept still in mind, the 1968 staff took on the chore of editing a representative yearbook. We made a few changes, but they were minor ones backed by many hours of thought. The result of our efforts is BLUEPRINT 1968. We hope you enjoy it, now and twenty years from now. puff! N-1-,'...'f.-'-K'N LEFT: David Crockard and Ed Decker, Sports Editors. BELOW LEFT: Rusty Rheams and Char- lie Norris, Organizations Edi- tors. BELOW: jim Martin, Photo Editor. 'Dui e Didnit Tr Hi 3 QM we TOP: Tom Fletcher ond Butch Price, Academics Editors. ABOVE: George Pugh, Editorial Assistant, LEFT: john Keys ond Steve Henderson, Fraternity Editors. ,-f .,gt,::,.. ...-.,,..t,,n .. 1 T riff ,Q my ,.,,.,, ,,. .. l I P4 CD CD sf -Q .AQ ww 6 , l 1 " 2 we ' 5 sf After two years of disappointinlg rat- ings by the Associated Co legiate ress, the Technique is not givin up. They strive onward to bigger ancgbe ter rat- ings. An almost completely new staff has begun fighting for All American, or First lass, or something better. With topics ranging from politics to fine arts to write about, the staff never has prob- lems meeting its deadlines. Lyndon Iohnson, Lester Madox, and other fa- mous fggures always make the head- lines. O course the Tech student never reads anything about his school any- more, but he has the chance to read all the worldwide news that he just read in the Iournal. All in all, this was a good year for the Technique and a probable spectacular ratiniguby the national news services for " e South's Liveliest Copying Newspaper." TOP: Allen Butler, Editorial Assistant. LEFT: Bill Scott, Managing Editor. Technique CCUNTINUEDJ iw BOTTOM LEFT: Mike Chirico, Sports Editor. BOT- TOM: Ed Jacobsen, Assistant Editor, Rush Smith, Features Editor, and Lenin, Special Foreign Corre- spondent, discuss the world situation. BOTTOM RIGHT: Spike Hippberger, Associate News Editor. LEFT: Ronald Vinson, News Editor. BELOW: Alan McGee, Photo Editor. L 4 '! Rambler: Humor on the Run wt.-Q12 TOP RIGHT: Charlie Brown, Editor, and Bert Skel- lie, Business Manager. ABOVE: Rick johnson, Photo Editor. RIGHT: The RAMBLER cage and friends. ..., we 'X n , .f'g'Q'i4flf:' H 5,14 Et?o'iit2z1e.r:: V, lvl' X ' 'fill it . 'Tl X r 32961 figs! M -'-v ,P - h'Q'e'o'Q'fo' M Sw-9 in ada . i'eM'A'c"dv ?M'e"- il M5 ?"J'l' 5 ?3?6ZvZv'52ie?1QfQioioiofifzgzggt? wB1?gaf3g wiws':'o'wvwo' ' i 'Q rf ff:-V tim?Ziigtiigigigigtgtgtgigig ViewWifuinwsoow ' fJNQ'o'o'o'o'o'o'o'o'fo'o'oit r-if 3WWQ'o'o'o'o'o'o'Q'o'o'o'o'Q'4 49396959594 M'o'o'o'o'o'o?o'f' WNQW T ?o'o'4'o'oW iofofofofofofegihiy' QofoYoiEf!ofofoYofo'o'4 J, 'Q .-A -fit C T S of 4'0"+5i 4 4 n n 535:38 tif? it .-.-. Q' gfrtgi ' 'VQVQQ 5' Wi -if 2'25!'2Z' Xt, vt Mg R .4-'Q-' if 1 v warts! fl All if an A W5 N5 if QOH! 9 Q6 yy 11 9 9 Weir? '-'MMSQ rm gf- -5+ +,o,v,fig Po'o'eivg4'Mgr ag Mtv' 'r' We rife 39'0'VW,'l - :haf Wi? 29323 tf:"'3V, R M is mi, . Zvftfttititiiiia ?'?6lg9t6x0:020f9iln Wonowt ,s ln' 0 . .gg .ofofoimiml K?:?:f:'.4Yo'Z. A This year Santa Claus wound up in jail, L.B.I. rode a Honda-bird, and a handwriting expert exposed a high- school student as a raving maniac when he tried to enter Tech. These and other unexpected things came to the attention of the student body through that great cultural medium, the Ga. Tech Rambler. Co-editors Charlie Brown and Darby Coker decided early that their friends on the Blueprint, Technique, and Engi- neer could print trash, but the Rambler would print only the most important news. Neither would they care who would be hurt in order that the truth might be printed. With such a noble idea in mind, the Rambler staff pre- sented awards for the worst mistakes of the year, and almost won one of them it- self. QNOTE: The RAMBLER is not a subversive organization, does not re- ceive any aid from the CIA, and is not an equal opportunity employerj Q ABOVE: fLeft to Rightj Rick Morris, Barry Haber, Charlie Brown, Bert Skellie, Darby Coker, and Lane Edwards get some enjoyment out of their work. Engineer Goes Non-Technica 5 2 5 In an editorial in the first issue of the Zeorgia Tech Engineer, the staff stated iat this year's Engineer would not con- iin as many technical articles as it has 1 the past. This policy obviously could ever be put into effect since neither the iaff nor the readers knew anything ex- ept technically oriented subject mat- rr. The Engineer therefore returned to s former policy of printing a fine tech- ical magazine. However the staff this ear somehow found the time to print e Engineer on a frequent and regular sis and included informative articles ncerning all the engineering sciences. lans for the future include a contest to ick the biggest nurd on campus who ill receive an all-expense-paid trip to ie E.E. Building, and a color fold-out of lbert Einstein. -47" FAR LEFT: Mike Kelly, Business Manager. LEFT Mike Leeman, Editor. TOP: Terry Graham, Manag- ing Editor. ABOVE: Dan Curtis, Business Assistant ,fhx M-1. A group of cheerleaders trying to lead ieers for the number eight team is not ich a big chore. Anybody can do that. ut did you ever try getting 60,000 peo- .e fired up about a 4-6 season? Or .aybe you would like to try playing a :lection for those same 60,000 people 'ho are most interested in seeing the ajorettes' bods, or counting the num- er of times they drop their batons. uch is the life of a cheerleader or band .ember at Georgia Tech. lt's not an isy task to learn how to yell "To Hell ith" everybody, or to learn how to .ay the National Anthem and Dixie in me same year. But our people who fill lese positions are dedicated and gged. After all, they were on the same ld that the football team was and you iow who sustained all the injuries Jn't you? Despite the lack of recogni- an and disregard of the students, the End and cheerleaders add much to the irit that has come to be associated ith this institution. land and Cheerleaders o Wins o Losses o Injuries l i Drama Tech Finds a New Home The Georgia Tech Performing Arts Center this year became the new home of Drama Tech, the organization for the actors of Georgia Tech. After wan- dering homelessly for a year, the group of Thespians finally found a permanent place to perform their plays, in the for- mer Hemphill Avenue Church of God. Although hampered by the fact that it must share the facilities with the Band, Drama Tech immediately began a new life with an excellent performance of "The Crucible" by Arthur Miller. More and better productions are promised for the future by the group with a new home. To those inclined toward singing in their many spare moments at Tech, the Clee Club offers an excellent opportu- nity to show their talents all over the South. With trips to places as far away as New Orleans and as near as Agnes Scott, the group got several opportuni- ties to do so this year. Most of their per- formances this year were at Tech and other schools throughout the area, but the Clee Club always received a warm reception. Beginning at freshman camp with Mr. Walter Herbert's usual invitation to freshmen to join the group, the Clee Club increased its membership as well as its popularity. Although it did not take very many trips this year, its name did spread far and wide as a good club. RIGHT: Walter Herbert, director. BELOW RIGHT: The glee club brought many enjoyable moments to their audiences. 4'-'1 9 51 4? 5' if 'WSL 'E AB Clee Club: Our Ambassador to the Outside World WREK: Tune in, Turn on I if , 1 iEEiii 1,1 u' 3,5 2 'Eg X I. - fig - ABOVE: Chief Engineer Allen Lenk adjusts the re- sistance of the control board. LEFT: Station Man- ager Dick Crouch gets set to play the first selection for WEEK. Then there were two. The Tech stu- dent can finally listen to an FM station that is run by his own school. With the appropriate call letters of WREK, the new station became a reality this year. This station offered those students in- terested in radio operations a chance to put their talents to good use, for it is run completely by the students of Tech. Although it took much longer than expected to run the tests on the station and get their license, the students were able to begin programming on registra- tion day of Spring quarter. From now on, the student body can expect excel- lent listening throughout every year. Bulldogs Wear Psychedelic Dress A full grown man walking around with a hot-dog on the end of a coat hanger could very well be a Bullgup being initiated into the Bulldog Clu . If he is, he is probably wearing a tux coat, a yellow shirt, and a red bow-tie. If that seems like silly gqarb, it fits, because sev- eral peo le thin that the Bulldogs, offi- cial relJerees of Tech's intramural sports, make silly decisions. This is gen- erally not the case, however, because they do the best they can and usually ma e the right, if not the popular deci- sion. It is at the Ramblin' Reck Parade each year that one will see those strange cos- tumes, or perhaps they will be seen at any homecoming activity. RIGHT: Bulldogs must walk softly and curry a big stick at some games. Q ' 'iv' jj", Ramblin' Reck CHub: Unce Upon a Time... Back when Mother Tech was a big masculine football-type school, the Ramblin' Reck Club was the organiza- tion that kept Rats in line and made sure that tradition was the word instead of the by-word. But now that we have be- come a sophisticated member of the ed- ucational elite, we are above the tactics that the club of old employed to whip the rats into line. With its powers all but taken away by the new understanding of "voluntary" rat rules, the club has come to be just another campus leader club that looks good on your gold sheet and leads cheers at pep rallies. But for the gold and white car that the club got its name from and the occasional shak- ing of a white hat, Mother Tech has all but killed this once effective club. A534 ul Zwngal 'ti Q 1 APU Sells Tail for Charity ,il UGLY MAN GN , ft ifvott CAMPUS ie iii HERE ,f,l,l M 1Q:1VOTE The 4'Ugliest Man on Campus" and the Playboy Bunnies present a strange combination indeed, but the Alpha Phi Omega service organization brings both to Tech each year. The group presents a basketball game between Tech faculty members and our pretty f?j cottontailed friends. Although the girls are not the best ballplayers in the world, our facul- ty can't seem to concentrate on the game enough to win. In the "Ugliest Man on Campusi' contest, A.P.O. gives fraterni- ties, dormitories, and organizations a chance to display their sharpest mem- bers to the student body. The students then vote for their favorite with pennies for charity. Among other things, A.P.O. also ush- ers at concerts and, for the first year at S.L.E.C. flicks. With these noble men around the students may be able to hear the movies. Or perhaps we may lose a few helpful students to the mobs. Dames Club Gives Girls Night Gut What can the wife of a Tech student do while her husband diligently studies for finals? She can attend the meetings of the Dames Club and leave him home to babysit with the one-year-old. This could prove to be a little rough on her husband, but she truly deserves to do so. Probably the most dedicated people at Tech are the students' wives. Their only club gives them a chance to meet each other with teas and socials throughout the year. Instead of trying to get to know each other the dedicated girls always seem to drift around to talking about their husbands. What can you expect of a woman who is silly enough to marry a Tech student? 7 T-Club: locks Unite' locks of Georgia Tech, unite! Thus was the call of the T-Club years ago, for this is the organization for those stu- dents who have lettered in a varsity sport. Each year, this rather exclusive organization initiates members of all varsity athletic teams, but this initiation is far from an ordinary one. How many organizations initiate strong men by dressing them up in cute dresses at foot- ball or basketball games and having them do fancy dances to the delight of thousands? On the serious side though, the T-Club is an organization which of- fers some truly great athletes a chance to have social events with the people they know best - Each other. Barbell Club Aids Fitness Program With its equipment in the basement of Hanson dormitory, the Barbell Club has invited all Tech students to use the weights. This deed has greatly aided the new physical fitness program which the P.T. department is encouraging among all students. Unfortunately not all stu- dents do take advantage of the equip- ment, but those who do so have found that the Barbell Club offers them a source of great pleasure and a chance to improve their physical abilities. SAM? Sam Who? How would you like to do a case study of the management of a Playboy Club? Pretty interesting for an IM course. Maybe those IM's aren't as stu- pid as we thought. At any rate this was but one ofthe lectures that SAM mem- bers heard inthe past year. In a drive to bring more non-management students into the organization, more and more such discussions were added to the usual agenda of several plant trips per quarter, and the Young Presidents' Or- ganization vvhich recognizes a highly selective group of Tech alumni who have become presidents of their com- panies before age 40. Through the expo- sure to industry, perhaps some of these SAM members will become young pres- idents. J-qkt 1 11 b ,W li AMA Gets Word on Marketing Attention junk dealers, pot pushers, and obscene literature salesmen! Wanna' know how to make your mer- chandise move a little faster. Well, if you do, you might try joining the AMA. In its nineteenth year of existence, the AMA extends itself to all those students who are interested in picking up the straight word on marketing under real- istic conditions. Through the quarterly displays, lectures, films, and discus- sions with speakers from local in- dustries, the students can get a better in- sight into the marketing aspects of in- dustry. Circle K: "We Buildn Circle K is a service organization af- filiated with the Northside Kiwanis Club. This year the club has participat- ed in several service, work, and social projects. In striving to maintain the Ki- wanis Club motto of "VVe Build" the club began its new year with a social party to interest new members. Fol- owing this they held work projects throughout the year, both on and away from the hill. .-su..-al Co-op Club: Section I Saves Summer From Disaster Who saves the Summer qlhiarter from being a complete disaster? obody but Section I o the Co-op Club. In fol- lowing its aims of promoting fellowship among the Summer-Winter co-ops, the club puts on many activities which con- sequently s ills over to the other stu- dents in scllfool. The traditional selec- tion of a Miss Perfect Lipls during the Summer is HlW3gS a delig tful way for the club to spen its meetings. Also, for the predominantly co-op student body in the Summer, the club holds a picnic which features a watermelon cutting, a field day, and faculty-freshman base- ball game. As the watch-dogl over rats during the Summer, the club olds a Rat Hat Review in which rats present their talents to the student body. TOP: The "Rat Hat Review" provided entertain- ment for the students and also gave rats a chance to display their talents. ABOVE LEFT: A pie eating contest gave some rats at the Summer picnic more trouble than carrying twenty hours. LEFT: Miss Perfect Lips wasn't the only winner at the dance given in her honor. ISU Captures School Basketball Title A student can be truly lost in a coun- try which is new to him unless he can find and socialize with other foreign students - those who are just as lost as he is. To bring such students together, the International Students Organization offers a welcome' helping hand. This group has, over the years, helped for- eign students to adjust to customs which were strange to them. The I.S.O. held several social events this year and participated in several campus activi- ties. Alone, no student, especially a for- eign student, could have done these things, but together they are able to ad- just easily. i A. tif Q gl' xx av ' .su . M.,--1 6 f i fe 'NNW WSA Protects Co-eds From the Boogie-man Mm, -ghd In its twelfth year of existence, the WSA still remains the only all women service organization for co-eds on cam- pus. Led by fearless Susan Clemmons Qnot picturedj, this organization takes upon itself the task of taking new women stu- dents under its wing. The club has the responsibility of making and putting into effect rules for women students and trying violators should the situation arise. Beside the administrative and service aspects, the organization also gives the co-eds a chance to get together socially and talk over trivia that the fe- male ofthe species is prone to pick up. Sports Car Club Cains National Fame A dedicated grou of enthusiasts are the members of the georgia Tech Sports Car Club. Although one of the newest clubs on campus, this small group of students found a common interest in mechanical know-how and formed what was to become an organization of national fame in only a gears time through a cover story in " ports Car Graphic." A though the malglazine tried to asso- ciate the group wit the Rarnblin' Reck Club, the analogy is not really true. Though both are interested in special "automobiles," the Sports Car Club finds its interest in extremely precise in- struments. In its first year of existence, the club has already held several rallies and slaloms, and it now promises to soon become one of the most popular organizations on campus. ,, Flying Club: Up, Up and Away Several years ago the Flying Club suf- fered what seemed at the time an almost insurmountable blow. While on a flight the club president went down with his plane. The pilot was killed, the plane to- talled, andthe cause was listed as "pilot error." Without a plane and with heavy pressure from several sides, it seemed as though the club had seen its last days. But through the work of members and several miracles the club is now active again and offers private pilots in school the use of a private plane, option on an- other, and the facilities of Gunn Field. The club has quarterly fly-ins and gets together often to discuss many aspects of flying. , . xiii QR M r I 1 f M ' a " 'fE155 l- 1:3 x , ff, . 1 f My. Ii 1 f ff X ,r T -1. , F -" Q. 25' I .- I . QW 'visit f- 1 X Q , "if "3 f'-. I .f 'wr 'Nt 3 . Xi? ? J' 'K TV viii' 15 4 ,Q 5 ' I ,vf.,QW 5 5 .u I A This year the Photo Club's main problem has been overflowing member- ship. Budding photographers from all over the campus have succumbed to the lure of aswell equipped darkroom, out- standing studio facilities, and congenial membership. They have been flocking to the Photo Club. This YMCA organization operates with twin objectives - service and spe- cial interest. For mercenaries, the Club offers all needed facilities to assist the fledgling photojournalist. For enthus- iasts the Club offers advice, programs, salons, and modeling sessions. For both the club offers many rewarding experi- ences. Beginning next year students will have two opportunities to see the work of Photo Club members. In addition to the annual library display, a permanent rotating exhibit is being prepared and will be on display next fall. PR's March to Mardi Gras This, the twentieth year of existence for the Pershing Rifles at Tech, immedi- ately became a historic one when the drill team received its first invitation to drill in the Mardi Gras in New Orleans. Following several months of hard work and preparation, the group made the long journey to the "City That Care For- got" where a weekend of fun was en- joyed by all. Upon returning to Tech, the Drill Team immediately began preparation for the annual competition against Per- shing Rifles companies from all over the Southeast. That trip to Fort Gordon, coming at the beginning of spring quar- ter, showed that Tech's company F-4 is capable of doing well against all drill teams for years to come. Wt ll . Vet's Club Cffers Draft Deferments The Vet's Club has something that al- most every Techman wants - a 4A Draft deferment. Gther than this, the club is probably one of the most socially minded service clubs on campus. Through the year the club has had a dinner-dance formal, a steak cook-out complete with kegs, and a party at the NCO Club at Fort Mac where they spent S99 on food and S116 on booze. The boys also take time out from eating, drinking, and staying out of the Army to perform useful projects such as their Vietnam "Bleed-in" that netted 138 pints of blood. TOP The Vet's Club swings like o pendulum do. ABOVE: The Vets prepare for the patriotic blood drive. LEFT: The Vet's Club. Y-Cabinet Sponsors IAESTE Program The YMCA Cabinet, composed of the elected student officers of the YMCA and the chief student officers of each YMCA organization, directs and assists in the activities of all the Y-related orga- nizations. Some of the more notable ac- tivities of the YMCA Cabinet are IAESTE flnternational Association for the Exchange of Students for Technical Experiencej which offers working ex- perience to Tech students in a foreign country. Another is the Speakers Ex- change Program, providing a means of exchange of speakers between Tech and other Atlanta institutions and organiza- tions. Executive Roundtable, a YMCA orga- nization, was founded for the purpose of promoting an understanding of the responsibilities of management, through the application of principals of ethical leadership. Members of this group meet several times each quarter for dinner followed by a program. Top businessmen from the Southeast ad- dress each meeting and then lead a Uroundtable discussion" on topics cov- ering such subjects as the problems, situations, and challenges which occur in industry. Each spring the Executive Roundtable sponsors a Student - Facul- ty - lndustry conference. BELOW: Speakers from leading area businesses highlight the frequent dinner programs. cutive Roundtable orts Business Leaders 4 To welcome new freshmen to Tech through Freshman Camp is the main ac- tivity of Alpha-Y-Phalanx. This year, the group led about seven hundred freshmen through a whirlwind in- troduction to Tech. Here the group pre- sented several speakers including Presi- dent Harrison and Dean Dull. Also pre- sented was Mr. Carmichael who gave the traditional warning that "half of you will be gone next year." Through speeches, skits, and an impressive freshman-counselor football game, Alpha-Y succeeded in calming and pre- paring many freshmen. It's too bad that they were not successful with all of them. ,,,+Tx1'T Alpha-Y Gives Rats the Word WSF: Tech's U.N. Plan The World Student Fund annually sponsors an exchange program between several Tech students and foreign stu- dents. Collecting at one football game each year, the group is able to get enough money to run an excellent ex- change with universities in Sweden, Norway, Switzerland, and West Ger many. Students from those countries at- tending Tech this year are pictured at left. They are: Oskar Viktor Bergqvist, Peter Henrik Butenschon, Arnold Frauenfelder, Harmut I-lebsaker, Iorg- Peter Schmitter, Wolfgang Schulz, Wal- ter Zimmermann. Gamma Psi and Sigma-Y-Phalanx Help Frightened Rats Survive Gamma Psi and Sigma-Y-Phalanx are two YMCA related organizations. Gamma Psi is strictly a women's organi- zation, for the few women that go to Tech. The major project of this club is sponsoring Freshman Camp for the en- tering co-eds. This helps to calm the frightened young girls so that they may, possibly, become some of the few women with the courage to graduate from an all men's school. The major project of Sigma-Y-Pha- lanx is the Freshman Forum which al- lows freshmen to discuss matters with Tech leaders. The Travel Board in front of the Post Office is also a service main- tained by this organization, and they also sponsor the Leadership Conference held each summer. ,AL-... Toastmasters: A Year of Building This has been a year of building for the Georgia Tech Gavel Club, better known as the Toastmasters. Starting the year with but eight members, they soon moved into better facilities and began attracting a much larger membership. In the new building t e groupl added a meal to its weekly program, t ereby giv- ing the speeches a more professional air. Now the new program includes meals, five minute speec es and one minute off-the-cuff speeches by all. How better could a man improve his speaking abil- ity than to to have to speak for one min- ute on "The Sex Life of a Toothpickn? Being the newest organization on campus, the Avengers were formed last night by two ex-Confederate soldiers and an Air Force ROTC drop-out. The club was formed at the request of sever- al students who thought something should be done about the shaft profs on the Hill. Being a service organization, the boys sell Voodoo Dolls at halftime of one game a year to provide the funds for their projects. Among their many service projects this year was the pur- chase of a one-way ticket to Lower Somaliland for the prof elected most likely to re-seed. Members of this orga- nization can be recognized by the lapel pin in the shape of a Plutonium mole- cule. RIGHT: At secret underground meetings, the Aven- gers decide the fate of everyone from department heads down to the iowliest power-hungry graduate assistant. BELOW: Techmen showed their delight at the spontaneous demonstration held on a de- serted hillside in downtown Atlanta. 8 Avengers Strike Back at Hill Triangle Club Hears Iulian Bond The Triangle Club provides student faculty luncheons with interesting speakers and palatable meals. The high- light speaker .of this year was Iulian Bond who provided a stimulating and controversial speech. For anyone inter- ested in lectures on various current events, this is the club to join. 4 Religion The Seven Day Variety In the outward appearance, Georgia Tech is an anti-religious community, but in reality the students accept this image because religion has failed to give them a true seven-day-a-week faith. The religious groups here at Tech are breaking the stigma of antique religion and offering Tech students a realistic re- ligion. Although we have no "Chaplain of Bourbon Street" there are concen- trated attempts being made through the use of discussion groups, musical ser- vices, and group social events to bring a practical aspect of religion into play. The leaders in this movement are the Wesley Foundation, the Baptist Student Union, and the Canterbury Association. Religious CCONTINUEDJ TOP: The BSU attracts Techmen by importing girls to its activities. ABOVE: For the first time, clergy were brought into the dorms for religious discus- sions. wt W.. ABOVE: The Wesley Founda- A '!Lx l V "LLLLL" tion sponsored several discus- sion groups between students und fncuity in on effort for bet- ter understanding. Who's Who Cin American 4 me ,, f ' 4' :m ill E 7 i C ' itkfi 5 fly ,liz r Lk r,l Crouch , ' , X My f .4 3 1. . A ' A Vvgv If Saxby Chaplm -K k,:2 ZF' :VV C 4 Ronald Desilets Brook Byers .- Kerry Clayton , A Colleges , :rx- , -, if jg Paul Faletti swf' y r r n iztk xr f'A ki ,,., gy 1 'X .5 4. r j QQ ,,,. , Phil Cook loe Englehardt George Fauerbach Iohn Goslin Aa. 21. i Tom Lasseter F Tom Leslie fe ' rr ,. A ' I , f' 4,4 V N Flip l Reagan McCoy rf M y v-' JH if ' lvaiv .E , l in . Roy Owen l ' M X U wg g , M xt il 3 5' l lim Meyer Ioe Rogers Lewis QLZ' Patterson S, K "n:ffffa- Morris ' 1 Michael Shipp 3 ' . . ig, ' Eri agir if Fran Nix Bob Tolar l , , filly? L dill if -if Ron Turner f f ff' i ' K Maryon Williams .NX 5 K Y A M -: 5- ts' 1 E ie 9, Q' K . R xi S illiams AL.?h 3, I , Ralph Wilson kd. ,M r i M Larry Wyont Robert Young Omicron Dalta Kappa HONORARY FOR OUTSTANDING 'SENIORS mf Saxby Chaplin Kerry Clayt Phil Cook Dick Crouch lFa gg i ,,k3 r ra rr , 1,5 ,-s K, Q G g Faueb h lvfik Tom Leslie Frank Nix -Roy Owen H, Eric Ragir if-" fx gJ 0 s JA : 1 W Her ix' 'Ai V t Chlilkkridge Af 'Wu , Kerry Clayton Phil Cook - Anak HIGHEST SENIOR HONORARY fs: A 2 'W' w Frank Nix V Roy Owsn t Lewis Patterson Ron Turner Sam Williams K jxfi., ,sr -- Y J Iim Carreker , 1, ,,kL, i m .,., V , mggu,if,,g ' Iohnny, Carter W ,nf . ,.-M Rich Ricky Cox . . ,of ya' 1 Q. if . wx.-mf, - 9- 1 , Pete Palmisano Dee Peterson K Koseme HIGHEST IUNIOR HONORARY Bill Scott R George Stewart Iohnny Warren Tau Beta Pi NATIONAL ENGINEERING HONORARY SOCIETY I. C. Bellum P. S. Boggs R, I. Brown r . .W foil, 1, H ri Y . l GM' ,.. E M 3 E. Chivington S. Chappell I. L. Clark R. H. Daily H. H. Elder R. I. Elliott I. D Eskew D. O. Freeman T. B. Calusky I. A. Goslin L. I. Grange I' I. M. Hamrick H. C. Hearn III A. F. Hedrick K, E, Hoenes Y, .7 1 , ' --' I iw- .ah ai . A iii .. .,,. I I in .fix W. C. Ienkins L. M. Iohnson M, L, Iongs E. H. Atkinson R. Brunsvold M. M. Cohen D. E. Evans 1. C. Griffin I. W. Holloway L. Iustice I. A. Bateman I. R. Bynum R. I. Cozzens T. F. Evans WH. B. Hamilton F. D. Hooper I. T. Kalb T E. L. Bell W. C. Carr I. M. Crouch as R. Forehand i W. R. . T - "W-.i.p:..s 5 . we c I 0 if 51 ' ,ga f it at ,EIS .ri .'.tgg5gfffv . Kirkindall A. E. Lyle li . E. Negro ggi '-"xref,-f . D. Sailors L. Wilson K. W. Landis D. A. Latimer R. A. McFalls T. D. McKnight C. Patisaul W. E.. Pielop R. Schafferw B. Schlatter if 5. 2 ..... 5 ...gf I r If 1 N. K. Snead I. G. Soderberg I D. P, Turner R. Valentin S. S. Wilson D. R. Worsham I. H. Lassiter I. R. McRae I. T. Prewett H. H. Schwartz G. W. Spann I. L. Walsh Ir. B. D. Wright J' iv . .va . 'JN as r n i ,f fs .1 l . li, ...wt v R. T. Lentz ' E1 . I. L. Moseley ttstts ff' L :S ' S. N. Reed -Y . .fm mx. .fi 5 11.g::.s12f:..:?5f:f. ,. 1 , f- : 1 f 'I g s Q, J 1 Q L Z :ii I ef. P. G. Sell I. A. Sumner G. P. Ward W. O. Lumpkin M. A. Murrayzi B. L. Richmond 'WW' ' f' fgfw ' k R. M. Shulman I. E. Roquet Y. K. Shum T. E. Taylor .za W. M. Watson M. H. Toney is ,. E N. M. Williams :J Phi Kappa Phi SENIOR SCHOLASTIC HONORARY SOCIETY M. R. Bates E. L. Bell I. C. Bellum R. A. Benns R. Brizendine R. I. Brown E. H. Brownlee R. S. Brunsvold P. C. COOK I. M. Crouch R. M. Crouch G. C. Degrow VST' T. O. Fincher R. A. Forehand L. E. I-'utrell T. B. Galusky D. C. Hammond W. R. Iacobs 1 N. B. Aaron R. T. Aloia I. A. Bateman I. D. Bilyeu C. A. Borcher W. B..Britt W. C. Carr E. P. Chivington II I, K, Clayton R. S. Desilets R. I. Elliott I. D. Eskew I. A. Goslin B. Grant T. B. Hawkins T. P. Hayes C. I. Holland W. C. Ienkins ,, "ff f 2' a 1 . ,. ...frail . f Q 8 6,553 .. W. G. Kelly A. S. Kirkindall T. I. Lasseter iff' -1 I V. ' I. H. Lassiter H. P. Lee l. A. Lowe A. L. Martin L.L... A R. A. Mol-'alla T. D. McKnight I. R. McRae W, T. Mikolowsky D. P. Martin 1. L. Maxey ' E1!:EfZ,f? ,w gg:?j1.ESKESEf1J'f J M L . I. L. Moseley I. M. Moshell R. H. Owen H. W. Patrick W. E. Pielop W. L. Ray I. W. Rogers I. E. Roquet H. Schummers N. K. Snead G. W. Spann H. H. Stewart D. P. Traviss W. M. Watson E. M. Weaver M. I. Williams Ir. R. E. Young C. Tanner T. L. Taylor R. S. McCoy 1. E. Negro R. I. Schaffer M. H. Toney 4 fp :P W as r . 'C g X sf i .2- W. F. Acree V. L. Alvarez Ir. Phi QEta ' W. T. Anderson G. A. Aponle A Q if 'v X' 'B 'Q . f- ,..L FRESHMAN HONQRARY A W R. C. Armstrong G. H. Balkcom ' r'l D R. A. Booth I. F. Brock Ill R. E. Bruninga D. R. Buchanan ,.,.... I .ze-"rf R ' ie ..A. ' ., 5 " . ' f 'cy "0 .. I AAAA ' . . I , . .i. W. S. Cail E ?' o ID 'U CD -, M F' T' P Q o 1 Ir' X I: . n :f E W E! C. S. Clark Q .- 'X ' .Q 'i .. - 1 : 60 3 Y 0 lb .si . . . fr... ii r'.. 'YHV' 1' . . 5?lE'i'?E?i "5 'N M. T. DeBusschere L. C. Dill C. M. Ferrell D. E. Fritz .vffeezegw-' .re xg- ., 1-fa-1.-v zfffzzzrzfzsas. 5.9. .. 3 --,. saw. .. Vky. .gi jg." -f -- ' iii? fx V, . I. M. H9ri9nSI9in R. L. Hill E. W. Hultgren Ill G. C. Keife ,Pi ' .nr mg. Q S. F. Clarke A. T. Clary " . . . I ,X N 1 wi J it in ig .-e s.. .1 .5 egg! ir Q Q 1 "YEL 1' T. A. Glaze W. B. Hardin J IA. U . A .. , rf. B. L. Kelts I. L. Kiappes ...A - - 1 b ' - ' . A D. E. Mills I. R. Moore Ir. r R4 li 1 Y R. sl Owen 'E 2 mmf . Www. Nfl 3 .' 9 C. M. Rippberger i Q ii T. G. Shaurette . 4. W. W. Strickland mga.. G 1. R. Webb 1 T' 11 r"i fe. W. M. Coleman W' R21 R. M. Harper W . . an il 1 If H 1. M, Kirtz H, .1 , w. if ,, .3 3515 ' las f . I. W. Reynolds . is V ' C. A. Roads M i .. '12 .2 J X . I-.N i . 'Y E+ Vu . . Y. K. Shum ' '9 sr We .91 5 W ., ' - fo R . P. M. Tuhy X ..,, N i F. M. Wilson D. K. Corbett H. P. Harris . 5, S' A . E. F. Lane Q Y f 5 . lv .f 1 1? 2 . D. L. Rice if T.. .r f .l.. 1 ef R. Segars Ir. '?"U. 1 . A T. M. Snyder ,J A A 'Y . T, E. Waller "gi fs 'fifffgfi G. I. Zalmai : f f " 15521, I. L. Davis lr. if '-317 4 Lb g 3.5. . 'Qi L. E. Henderso .,,.L.... are ff. .4 1555323 'fc Wil , nl: ,Y if 7 Lb we C. W. Li i N l i f . .... R. E. Adams I. K. Clayton 1 . 1 Y . . ' -7 I. E. Akridge 5' -f f' .. N I. W. Brown , at Y .L 'eq .- :il D. M. Burton X fr g 0 I -ll '- X . i i x X f S. M. Chaplin W. A. Coulon Scabbard and Blade MILITARY HONORARY 3 L .Fix R. M. Crouch ' . "" f E as . I. V1 . Q I. K. Ewart P. A. Faletti D. O. Freeman . 4 ' k,,k Q My . Y C. A. Iackson I. L. Lee I. A. Lyle - 1 .. . .,e ' ' .l.' . 1-tfffl Q. Iliff 3 ' I EIS.. ' , 1 X X Q B. E. Penland F. I. Pitoniac G. Rauschenberg 4 ff ? i H. G. Danford Ir.. .il-1 Lf, ,,., gh 5 M. T. Dawson 1? . X E 5 al I. P. Englehardt f :mv , ' 1. - -A ii' ' A '1-r V- I 2 . , C. D. Gent R F. Gooding T. B. Hawkm H. Henson W. Hooker G. P. Hull . -'.. f i f 4 - , A A - I. . . - 5. 7 ig u.3g.:1 : .ft R. E. Mahany A. M. Mangin I. L. McGee B. K. McMurray C. L. Monnot I. E. Negro . 'I' ' ' L"k - V1 ' mx . er., - ' 94' 2l2'YE:S1fZ , ' 'E:. u 've , ' S' - - " :'l' V. Q A A M' A V I-1. 1 . ., A 'ff " 1' , y N I. M, Renfroe T. L. Roller I. R. Satterfield M. D. Shipp W. C. Sparrow K, A, Steele . . If : . I -I . Thompson I. F. Trawick. Ir. G. A. Waschka Ir G K. P. Akins 'VZ A 1 - . . '.1?if..f.., 95- .. A f f - Mmm, L. A. E. Beller Briarean Society CO-OP STUDENT HONORARY C. A. Borcher B. H. Byers W. C. Carr S, G, Chappell R. It Cozzens T. E. Feld W. D. Goodner W. R. Harris C- T. Hi1l0n li. T. Aloia I I. C. Bellum I. S. Brabson A. W. Cohn C. M. Goodwin E. W. Horne D. L. Bisiies W. B. Birch I. T. Bryant R. I. Conrads B. P. Cooper I I. C. Griffin I. M. Guthrie R. T. Lentz I. L. Moseley S. R. Raines I. W. Lewis I. B. Nuttal I' I. C. Raper Y C. H. Kellm N. fx as fi ni I - ,El 'L . g a 'sgaa , . rg li , . f li 5 P 1 V519 lg. Z .1 ..- QEE ' A M I , .5 ' C. W. Ienkins R. W. Iuskus I. C. Kendrick W. P. Kincy R, S. McCoy T, D, McKnight W. C. Mims E- l- Ochillfee D. T. Omer H. W. Patrick I. P. Phillips .H . 'f' sg. 1 ' .QE D. I. Ratay D. I. Ratay l- E- ROQHS1 R. I. Schaffer H. H. Schwartz P. G. Sell D. P. ,Traviss N 15253. iffff' ' Tau Sigma MECHANICAL ENGINEERING HONORARY H. B. Hamilton . Z1 1,1 W.-,', Q. . Y, ,,,,,L, .J 'ffm if -3.4 ... 1513? Xp N. H. Littlejohn 1 M. Schliessmann D. C. Hammond . T. H. Beeson R. I. Cozzens W. A. Hicks W. B. Birch L. H. Cronan 5 I if y .1 V I , L , if i 1 ig! W. R. Iacobs ,,,1... . ,,,, ,H -ii ' - ' W- . . 'E ' 4 31 D. L. Mathews C. K. Miller F. R. Nation F. R. Skinner Q0 . F ,ei .- D. P. Traviss l E E. H. Atkinson 5' 3 JI? T. I. Cater I. S. Dracos . I 4 D. A. Latimer H. B. Reddick Vglifsff ' ' 1 K I f,..,.. . W. Vanderzalm sfiimaiis... -' - " C. L. Williams ' 2 ,,-, g. H ' M. R. Bates I. L. Clark 'M xy? f ' 'O Q 2 v 1 4 G. Fauerbach, Ir R.. T. Lentz ttiti E 1 B. Schlatter S L. D. Wicks K, , D. L. Williams R. T. Aloia ' it -:wi :sr gffls. " I ' ffm ' EI ... .. M I W A. E. Beller 1, 5 q ef. si ' . i It 'Q I. R. Bynum F. I. Farber ll I. C. Lasher R. G. Pearl ..1 D. L. Bates C. A. Borcher I. R. Carreker M. L. Field ,. A We . ... . H. P. Lee I. M. Petway fii.j'23i'l9,12i2ir.,..I, I "LGI if .5 . gt F ' if M - az 1 L .., gr l.ll . A L W 2.1 E. L. Bell f i I Miglia 'U' - if f ,- Vykf. Q ,EW ff " an. .:- f.-r t O. I. Brittingham - me , f .. f we.. I R. L. Carroll 5, .JZ I .4 '. D. O. Freeman 4 . -. L... I. A. Lowe ' Q., .7,, V I H ' C. R. Patisaul . G. Chappell 2 gg S 4. R1. - ' f '-1 "im I. M. Corbitt I P H I V- 5 "'h' .. , . s - V ' H wa C. T. Hilton. Ir. F. D. Hooper w . . - '- 'vig I I... A H 'A' ' -'--,f' if. ' I. R. Maclean Mu gf.,..g,szr 1.5. . 1 "5 . Q ,. K. I -Q , Q " ...... '91 ag K I. E. Roquet - .'f:E:?5f'1ZE23i I G. I4-t yu- W I. H. Mandell P. G. Sell Eta Kappa ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING I-IONORARY R. I. Brown ' .ESV . I- if A A , 'Wits' - f. nf ' :,.', R. V. Croft ."'r I VII!-153 , I .3 -vw . W. C: Ienkins I. E. Negro W f i ' F1 ll E 5 li E .A . f Y. K. Shum uw.: ef W ..-.- HM -' V. e . an-. . 'If' sa '- Hz' in :ve " I .iw 2 1 i 74 . 4 , 'F if W. M. Brown J"E':? .Q 2f1:fi3f 22. if am 1 R. M. Crouch S. W. Kelley k hai r. E I. B. Nuttall fssml H ' M .. , Y I In fi '5 If ' .27 1 . G. W. Sine ' 2. P lr' W - sg, Iii. . . A I S. S. Bush . I' 'wi ' I if g ig.. . 7' T. F. Evans R. R. Kinner 1 mi . .5 .I , N If f. 1 1 525. V I H. M. Patrick .rf t... Q5 .. fine I , Z5 I. A. Sumner K. H. Turner L. W. Westine, Ir. R. P. Wharton D. L. Whelan I. R. Williams M. I. Williams N. M. Williams Industrial Management Honor I. W. Brackett M. B. Dinnerman I. S. Hollerorth Sooiet M. Ajar I. M. Barber O. P. Bennett D. A. Brown C. W. Chaney I. C. Collins elf P. C. Cook L. S. Davidson is -1' ' EN 5' jk .... , - S 'iff R. Eastbum G. R. Edmunds D. A. Flansbaum I. L. Gibson M. M. Harrell G. P. Hull I. A. Lyle R. W. Maddox I. M, Mcfjarthy I- M. Merrell I. H. Parker K- L- Parker M. H. Price T. Tomasovich D. M. Tomlin G. I. Watson I. W. Rogers, Ir. C, M, Seabglt I. M. Boss C. C. Brissey T. K. Carpenter Delta Kappa Phi . TEXTILE HONORARY F. I. Chasteen I. B. Conner C. R. Cuthbertson D. Gunther I. O. Huff E. F. Kirkland M, D. Lewis R. E. Mahany I. K. Martin I. E. Maxwell R. K. Ogletree R, M. Patchin I. H. Pepper C. C. Rollins I. R. Satterfield P. I. Schwartz T. F, Smith R. G. Wheeler .435 XJ: 1 2. 'Af ., iff' " 1 i" 5 J., , , , gf! l x Q xv? k -V' 19- W .,.,, . WK: iff' in r vyv, 3 , iff' ' Aj, 'I 'tif' - 905 ffl-1-.1 ,..,. 'it .Q 1? u iii? . I gf! -1 ifg1 ., ,q rw f: if 1 . .-,- 4. .....,4,,, ,.. ,E V, ,W-Q31 S..-A N "1"--1--4421 1. H' : --9--- w. .31 ' of -. - " ' ,Q .- i'-.??.'.:-434 f' f .JW 'I . ' ,L V. 'Q GREEKS INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL GREEKS THE GREEK LIFE Interfraternity Counc K s . wt A' r 1 r K.. fe- , 9153 2-Q6 ci D la, 1 A , A K 6 7 lltyll W 25 ink an WML ffgilljguxax '2 MQ 726 I 43 , i 38 2 J 5 1 V 21 lf 37 R39 46 Anas 1 ,5 za ll zz as 33 1 34 S J Bob Crowder Iohn Cocowitch Al Sudduth Ioe Englehardt Richard Owen Steve Ste. Marie 7. Tom McLeod Kurt Nelson Greg Boyle Tommy Garrett Sam Iohnston Harry Smith Tommy Youngblood Bob Wylly Bob Speicher Mike Wilder Bob Hollander Larry Boone Camilla Capo Betty Meredith Tom Christian Iohn Wilson Kerry Clayton Pete Palmisano Bob Cockerham Bruce Bitterman Iim Morrill Iohn Brock Tom Davis Steve McDonough Ronnie Carter Iohn Ives Chris Hill Dave Cell Bill Cherry Kerry Landis Bruce Elliston Mike McDonald Mike Zimmerman Danny Rodgers Carey Brown Larry Breeding Soul Man Stanley Coker Rich Wade Agent 006.9 Sam Strickland Neal Williams Dean Edwin P. Kohler Kaycee Logan Beverly Yawn Kay Adams Barbara Burn Mlkkl Bodor Linda Davies Ava Smith Katie Desatta Susan Clemmons Iennifer Pepper Margaret Gallman Lynn jones Ioanna Saunders Camille Wells Betty Meredith Chaque Ulrey Camila Capo Cynthia Samra W, t attt s.s . . as A 'fix " " f- A 'N-mainw P Q94 -6 ., is W 20 22 Phi Kappa Theta S W-. . lim Riordan . Bob Captain . Ralph Gretzinger 4. Iim Ondras 5. Stan Paszkiewicz 6. Al Mangin 7. Don Rice 8. Fran Ketter 9. Alan Keck 10. Ed Urbanski 11. Sandy Boyd Don Seibert lack Gretzinger Dan Plafcan Pat Clancy Bob Lucas Ron Desilets Tom Crutcher Sieba White Dave Hiland Bruce Edwards Dick Hays , 'USGA "1 V.. we-f 3315529 new Bmw Alpha Epsilon Pi Richard Gardner Arthur Greenburg Dick Hoffenson Ioel Breiner Gary Friedman Paul Levy Tom Hoffenson Harold Cohen Harvey Berman Mark Indek Alan Bitterman Herbie Miller Richard Ferrazzuolo Barry Gould Iacob Luski Gordon Berman Ieffrey Ram Kerry Landis Barry Wolfson Iohn Geiger Mark Blum Michael Cutson Printz Arnie Ox-Man Norbert Snyder Ierry Hornstein Ira Richter Steve Kuniansky Carl Passoff Randy Nordin Ierry Glazer Ronald Vernor Eliot Karlip Bill Pomerance f Alan Malkoff Murray Cohen Art Superior Albert Good Paul Polk Ken Prager Bruce Beerman Bob Hollander Steve Cooperman Ed Schack . lack Liberman . Wayne Schwartz Barry Slackman Henry Madenfrost Richard Krebs Barry Haber C. B. Levine Saul Furstein Barry Dickman Iohn Ives Ioe Forer Steve Sachs Larry Owens Marty Kaplan Louis Polonsky Howie Weiss Craig Koralek Stanley Goldstein Q-N awe ,, 1 , 1, A fiat I3 Um H 17 JA: 17 Je 1231 341137. ,,tt '90 X -.N W M.-.1-eg'i"'t, "'Q , ,. . ..:,,W.k ' 4, , - A- W 5 N: 'gk-1,-f. K .-4' .- ZJW' - wr , 'X 'sk ,W We You S 'Def' "-Q , z Ag, .if . .VJ algdlkzag LNUN 3 -4 .. ,ff 'f,f,5' wire . ' ' Fra: u 32 49 42 so ai as 3' 35 so I9 35 37 as za ao Qi fl 15 16 A 5 6 I7 A 1 - s I . 7 a v U W zo zu 25 24 ' ze 4 io 11 I3 23 ' '1 zz 1. Iimmy Thibadeau 2. lim Thompson 3. "Long Island" Sinclair 4. Ray Magaro 5. Richard Robinson 6. Walter Fouche 7. "Gleep" Glisson 8. Dee Peterson 9. "Scuba" McKibbin 10. Hugh Rice 11. "Beewee" Viehman 12. Tom Hassett 13. Ierry Davis 14. Mom Rooney 15. Robert Peterson 16. lack Kilgore 17. "Short Round" King 18. Irving Schwartz 19. "Otis" Crowe 20. Marty Benson 21. Whit Knoll 22. Art Murray 23. "Big Eric" Marts 24. "Man Mountain" Smith 25. Buddy Wilson lack Duncan Louis McCann Tom Waller Mike Mackrell Chuck I-lixon Stan Coker Charles Collins Ralph Wilson "Fat Dick" Nelson Charley Mauze Don Howard Ronnie Carroll Tom Penn Roby Price . jack Pierce Chris Pyles Gordon Price Dudley Powell Bobby Rodgers Doug Wren Bruce Elliston Larry Woelfl Mike McCarthy Kenny Gray Steve Harkey Alpha Tau Urnega A Beta Theta Pi 1. Tommy Smith . Bobby McKinnon . Harry Moses 4. Iim Hargrave 5. Lyle Carlson 6. Eddie Stakes 7. Tyler Wren 8. Byrne Stewart 9. Brue Chandler 10. Terry Rodgers 11. Steve Lindsley 12. Chuck Parrish 13. Rusty Moses 14. Andy Vaughn 15. Ed Taylor 16. Tim Iones 17. Howard Thompson 18. David Stroyan 19. Tommy Ruffin 20. Steve West 21. Frank Pitoniak 22. Shadrack 23. Danny Rodgers 24. Dan Curtis 25. Greg Wilkes 2 3 lack Wynn lim Cheek Corky Priep Iohn Perry Alan Thomas Charles Reed Marshall MacFarlane Rick Hayward Mike Wall Brad Chandler Bob Smith Bill Ossenberg Bobby Carter Al Hartley Freddie Trawick Gordy Wavle 42. Larry Beck Pete Young 44. Mike MacLean 45. Bob Iones Bob Gooding lim Ewart Burns MacArthur Iohn Fechtel 4 s a I JA nd-p,,,,.,ww 5.-. JE i Al A I AEN if ll Ph 53 iz I7 3 R 1, ,V ,ring wi:,..gfi5 -iie ,Nl ..z XQN fgx QQ , gm, Q if i..r . i . ,. , A ing wr -- M 3:5 5 K xg , ll NN ' 5' ' sf,9'.Q.4f ,.a:sl?fei i -in i ,...... . 'ffi'5hs4-ss-et.,.' if ."i ,. if--.Q at Q wx. V, Q.. 2' -43 1- iv . wk 273 fa 'vu N +1 :::T inyhk WK wh., 1 f, 'W Q. ,A . P v-f' Y 27 ri' 4 ,.-f 4 'Q 'ffm 2. if. ,us ,ll .451 Chi Phi 1. Bob Alford 2. Rob McClure 3. Tom Aderhold 4. john McGuire 5. Steve Tollerson 6. Mike Roberts 7. Iohnny Huff 8. Bill Holman 9. Ed Hopkins 10. Whit Coulon 11. Rick Doelha 12. Sharon Snyder 13. Iimmy Henderson 14. Harry Dolvnik 15. Tom Snyder . Truman Capote Steve Riddle Toby Miller Dave McNamee Rusty Sewell Tom Fowler Sam Strickland john Snyder Bobby Seitz Chris Walker Randy Scoggins jeff Montunas Kerry Shearer Bo jett Neal Iohnson Carter Connerat Slime O'Neal Mike Asher Bill Iredale Harry Alexander . Leo Caspar Ken Lewis Bill Hoffman Bill Langdon . Iohn Hinton . Mike O'Sheasy . Dent Sullivan . Doug Bell Rick Genarro . lay Reed 35 37 35 so I 2 3 4 5 a s 7 ll to 42 ai 32 33 43 44 9 I0 22 26 2' 7 28 23 Z4 25 H I3 I5 Theta Xi Skip MacElhannon Wes Fulton Charles Muller Randy Read . Terry Newgreen lim Dinnis . Tom Crawford . joe Myers Valerie Walker Roger Lignugaris Iirn Koelemay . lim Romine Chris Hill Tom Shaurette Casey Morano Marty Pautz Mary Pautz Bill Quinn Tom Crosley Rick Coppola Paul Homier Henry Morin Ioe Neil Charles Ludwig Steve Harbaugh Bruce Twichell Bob Koch Wally Clegg . jim Tharpe Mike Watson Rich Vecchio Bill Henning Dave Wachtel Bill Heiderich Chris Wood Dwight Maloney Bill Bolson Gordon Hagewood Herman Maynard Tom Lentz Al Swint Ted Carruthers Mary Garlington Ray Cole Rusty Rheams Ken Rawlings Charlie Norris Iimmy Moultrie Bobby Cheek Mike Henry lim Barnhill Howard Harris lim Cutting David Bergeson 5 ., l . David Peebles Randy Childs Paul Ogle Harold Farber Byron Hardy Paul Ford Allen Stackhouse Bob Kirkland Sandy Hupp Harry Harbin . lim Macernan Rich Gundrum . lim Crace Bob Trefry Geoff Mendenhall Bryan Ladell Steve Davis Thom Rinker Ernest Bush 'Y K vw' M 2'f 5 rw. Ze er J M by t yy,y 277 ' 1 lf ' f I Ugg! 278 -.vw . 333 Q' E' ' Q, ,wish fn ": gg?-.Af xv 4 Lax fs ,f f'? "1' ' mr sv! -fu . .5'.,'ffQ . v iq 5 ff , 4 -5 .5-fffifg Q., jig' 'F , -1 e 'r 5 0315: ' 1 if Q.- xl "1 fi A u "V .- W inn ,. zfv 1.m,, If W elta Sigma Phi I I 1 Q tt fitatrf 4- A fl Terry Muirheid Kenny Kessler Bill Bell Tommy Garrett Doug Spence Tommy Roan Bill Calhoun Claude Holloway Ken Gould joe Rosser Phil Churchman Ed Brown Mike Esposito Ed Baumgartner Larry Boone Mrs. Connie Powers Tommy Thompson john Hendrickson Wally Etienne Bruce Stephenson Butch johnson Bill Griffin Mike Wilder Pat McMahon Graham McFarlane Al Waschka Buddy Pettefer Rich Lindenberg Bob Eider Larry Bolen 31. john McLean Bert Bennett Buddy Hitchcock 34. Terry Reddick 35. Terry Whitely 36 Steve Hires Dave Wey Bill Beutel jim Merriman Frank Driggers Rich Gregory Mike Duke Bob Cottrell Mark Burquest Ed McBride joe Puskar Rusty Arnold Chuck Baker joe Thompson Steve johnson Bert Watts jim Knight Ed Chandler Tom Power Mike Bachik Dan Drapp Paul Conlan Tom Fitzpatrick Cole Murphy Ogden Gerald ll I5 6 7 Delta Tau Delta 1. Doug Barr 2. Glenn Ashe 3. Tom Iones 4. Percy VonGontard 5. Steve Keiser 6. Robert Eyster 7. Iudy Eyster 8. Tom Fincher 9. Lance Brady 10. lim Wojcik 11. Bob Clayton 12. Bob Spencer 13. Dick Dutro 14. Greg Gordon 15. Andy Winson 16. Ian Kahler 17. Iohn Hammel 18. Don Glenn 19. Ieff Floyd 20. Bruce Iames 21. Steve Iohns 22. lack Paul 23. Mike Dyer 24. Iohn Hunter 25. lim Britt 26. Phil Mills 27. Wayne Webb 28. Lanny Starr 29. Dale Kays 30. Charlie Grant GWR f pm fx, Q.. ,, W, . , ,..:., , , S fm I , ,W y xi 1 0 2 ' as L 3, r xv 'F " . w Q 12 .-. . .-sviazlli ' 90 if HD L Y 5 2, ? f. PW . 1' ,. , nl' ' 1 " .,v.:, ' 9' ,, " 1' n ' ' -see x " Q " up 1 ' A tx . F ,, ,Y Q , ,Q U G Q. 5 .4 5 6 . - 4+ gm v f f , A. x -I ,,R '1 " li Z.. 2 'K 0 ' ' ' , 0 , ' 'R IV - ""K x Q xi ' R .fr . NJ, k v' ' X :fiat .5 Q33 A.. F Delta Upsilon Randy Todd Larry Brumfield lack Michleson Dave Pierson Don Hempson Lee Foster Dave Henderson Phil Eubanks Mrs. Mable Bennet Billy Dondero Miko Worley Iohn Renfroe Mike Spring Bill Anderson Pat Collins Steve Meyer Brian Wirz Sonny Monfort Tommy Youngblood Frank LaCorte Bob Preston Bob johns Bob Wylly Mark Naiman Rich Dolce Tom Shuster Mike Doyle Iaok Abbott Iohn Barr 30. Iohnny Wilson Brian Rodgers Randy Truelove 33. Iim Stapleton 34. Dan Snyder joe Kucic 1 11 fx gh 31 sz WZ I9 1 24 K ll , I0 Q N XL ll U H 15 I fx u 'S ' 1 3 4 s 6 1 fiwlfifv f-, ,... K 513 4. fr' M I 3'-Tye' I a A 5" ' 'Bd john Bowman Tim Swicord Tom Christian Byron Peabody john Wilson jeff Lynn Linda Lynn Henry jehan Charlie Nichols Freddie Yarbough Tim Culbreth Steve Snell joe Rega jarvis Alridge Bruce Vanderhoof Ted Garlick Frank Beal Roger Walls Neil Potter john Daniels Bob McCrory . jim Crigsby Bob Defurio Ted Newland Alan Parish Ed Carrington Doug Evans Charles Hodges Don Priest jerry Batman Terry Schimel Leo Schroeder Alan Miller john Candy Greg Crynwich . jeff Underwood Al Boucugnani Mike Perdue Herb Terwillger Bodo Bosworth Paul Zyment Scott Rogers Steve Henry Gene Usry Tom johnson Richard Armstrong Roland jones Richard Wells 1llllll!A!!lii5 W ix I ff" Q73 W if 'JP 1 K Y ' 1 ' 'V , , 'Y ,Q f1:-,f: 1 A! 'Q - .QX ,, ,, 'Q Pi Kappa Phi ri? leighmtvf-' :Hun " zo 3 3' -'F 1 44 I7 . 3113 :I v ' 5 6 7 1 WH 2 3 4 c H n 14 'SMH V . ,. H D -f ' ,. 284 . N .,.W, , ' Ali? at V, , '-,,,... ff' '-Ml-'-Q . ' 1 ' xy' . , , ff' Q 2 5 At' 3 5 i 5 . a T 4 "' . i V 3 , . k k L 5, M... ff i it K ? - ,M Z Q ' if wing Q , , X , Q 3 " W, rf., aff 4. ,M :V ,RL 'VXI 9 . .ag l 5 f ff' " nf" ' .- --.,.w my H 1. Charlie Nelson 2. Bob Fenet 3. Glenn Keife 4. Malcolm Sutter 5. David Haines 6. Eddie Lawrence 7. Iohn Brooks 8. Art Wilcox 9. Richard Bates 10. Brant Conner 11. Sandy Rose 12. Daly Smith 13. Mike Kemp 14. Ed Parkes 15. Gary Cunningham 16. Colie Dyson 17. Iohn Keys 18. Ben Grimes 19. Iim Patrick 20. David Henry 21. Dirk Tucker 22. Chris Iohnson 23. Bob Harrison 24. Remmie Cribb 25. Marshall Mayer 26. Greg Morgan 27. Rich Huber 28. Bobby Sharp 29. Iimmy Roddy 30. Iohn Miller 31. Spencer Hall 32. Tony Arford 33. Stuart McLellan 34. lim Chalk 35. Butch Crouch 36. Tom Berry 37. Ronnie Bruckmann 38. Chris Wright 39. George Pugh 40. Bruce MacKenzie 41. Guy Simpson 42. Dave Gell 43. Iimmy Harris 44. Ken Love 45. lim Crocker Kappa Alpha Crder Kappa Sigma 1. Iohn Ricca 28. 2. lim Heyward 29. 3. Stephen H. Wonder 30, 4. Getra Dunn 31. 5. Wayne Winship 32, 6. Dale Winship 33. 7. Mo Powers 34, 8. Terry Graham 35, 9. Vince Massimini 36. 10. Larry Crane 37, 11. Blue 38- 12. Ricky Cox 39, 13. Iim Nichols 40. 14. David Talley 41, 15. Iohn Stafford 42, 16. Bill Bowers 43, 17. Gary MacAuliffe 44. Ierry Budai Charlie Thomas Richard Weed Hank Crye Brent Scott Ken Hayward Phil Paradice Danny Pendarvis Buddy Iohnson "B.S.'y Eubanks Cooter Tolbert Iohn Rowley Rip Rhodes Don Wilk-Hogge Doug Allen Bob Fritze Neal Perkins 18- Ieff Metcalf 45. Chimp Hollingsworth 19- lohn Roberts 46. Danny Adams 20. Buddy BFOWII 47. Rick Cornwell 21. uS0fl-Sl'lO6', O,COI1I10l' 48, Tommy Purser 22. Mike LyI1Ch 49. David Brooks 23. Mike Maschmeyer 50. Larry Green 24. Iohn Holliday 51, Mag Ryland 25. Mike HGHFY 52. Larry Howkins 26. Mike Beglin 53. Firpo Ettlinger 27. Steve Norris fgldmgi fb FP MQ H 3 fi sf'-sf' 2 4:2 IW'-N f"A Q9 Nw u Lambda Chi Alpha Q59 aa IA 34 35 39 2 '9 zo 21 22 2a,Qq5 26 27 33411 37 ? P5o 1 2, CHQ 1 aa 38 40 41 45 uf Sksa 54 55 A Ji 42 X951 ' filffkwikfikikfil ,, flflfl 9 'O " '7 1:1 14 I5 16 17 18 Nl Alan Oester Woody Thompson Chuck Aiken Ioe Pridgen Richard Holden Richard Thornton Rick Beasley Mike Reeves Bill Stein Chip Bagby Flash McGinnis Tony Haynie Paul Weiner Hotdog Heffner Bruce Graham Bobby Turner Raymond Blauser Hubert Deaton Rosebud Adams Bob Renou lim Cullerton Bill Hutson 23. joe Hollingshed 24. Paul Morris 25. Rob Haughton Dave Robertson 27. Dennis Williams 28. Alan Veezey 29. Tim jackson Dennis Mahoney Mark Quirk Mike Cully Moose McCloskey Benny Dyre Clark Smith Gruesome Grayson Migilla Teague Paul Lippke Hank Tharpe Beyers Rogan Chip Cunningham Snuffy Smith HI. D." Hughes Blue McFalls Nick Born Morris Roeder Bill Moore Mike Shenk Zip Zimmerman Paul Davis Army Armentrout Dan Omer Richard Volauka Bo Kilpatrick lim Bray Rich Rosenbaum Charlie Andrews Dickie Cox Bill Coffee Mike Perry Alan Rudolph Pat Malloy Tom Edwards Bill Hollingsworth Bruce Williams Rusty Harrington Bill Iiles Hx- 131 3 ,xl-'..!Yf'i?4' 'R M.-. fa: ff 'W ki iff-YJ, Q 2 Z- f we Rich Cook Bob Bailey Kerry Clayton Ronnie Cook Bob Cocherham Bill Smith Ed Anderson Grady Burton lack Klocke Gene Spiotta Lyle Martin lack Portman Danny McKeever Iimmy Brown Dennis Davis Karl Lehman Terry Honan Iohn Mckie Billy Mikler Bill Everitt Stan Baumgardner Iohn Statts Iohn Moore Charlie Robbs lack Massey Roy Spradley Linda Wood Bobo Smith Tommy Bishop Phil Hunt Bill Scott Terry Gaul Derry Hargett Ashley Whitehurst Bill Iohns Gault Robertson Robert Melton Ted Davis Phi Delta Theta 35 29 32 IDU za 26 30 1 22 21 23 QQ 25 l 3 o 7 W a 5 13 u I2 2 I5 I6 K l I Akyn ,,, . "I i" at 1 QHWQQ 2 , G: , Efff "'f2?1 nv' - v qi. N 'fx' Wi? K Q ,f""w,hJ 1: 11 , S Vw' 1 l,,, ' 'Wi' 4 Vf 1 . x f1.i,,,, K It i' V X 1-5, ' 'H' f'f' ' , 'z' 749 ' -if f ' ,ff , 255 4 3 . -gif' F2 fi- ,V H ,f A- 42 , fy' A gmt- x f A f?i1,Qgg ,. f ' xi' ffl mf ' " 1 I 1' JV A lfa . Y ffiggfi :fi 4, f yn fi? . 3 1 A . ' . 4, ', 0 ,,.uqn.... 49 1 ,.V 'T , I my WN J ,, C 'pi' 4' If w X Z ft so I7 29 2, an :sz 4 '5 M A 'U 57Lx 21 H 23 24 75 2 3 4 5 6 7 ze In 1. Ron Pohl 2. Paul Mande 3. Ken Sandler 4. Steve Bush 5. Bruce Roth 6. Maurice Dembsky 7. Harvey Helman 8. Sam Schwartz 9. Sheba 10. Sam Moskow 11. Lenny Greene 12. Dennis Fredette 13. Norman Yelin 14. Bob Shulman 15. Steve Yellin 16. Terry Colker 17. Hal Schanker 18. Larry Fishman 19. Ieff Goodman 20. Gary Wachter 21. Phil Oppenheim 22. Hal Matison 23. Wayne Walters 24. Ioel Schanker 25. Al Freund 26. Mark Witten 27. Steve Newfield 28. Steve Schrenell 29. Al Sternberger 30. Mike Weinstein 31. Howard Schwiff 32. Dave Cahn Phi Epsilon Pi -use-nag 11 ' ,Zi . . 2 x A '. ,, .5 , M M ' PM f ii.-Q. 01 2 Q 5T"'l, ,HQ7 ' 1, 3 QM! N , w ff'?,zgg"-3 in K 'lf k- --ff uf Ja- --,1 5555 V, , K, iw M y in ji ' ' " 'J' Y -L'. ' ' H ,J ,I , "gf " f . , , L,,L.. - gr fa- MJ...-vw 'aw- Phi Gamma Delta 9- P"""x" , 355' 5 I0 la 23 GMA ll S9 3 65912 l4YQX'5'7 20211114 W 40 ,,4,3 z I zg 31930313 3' 35 46 4 2522 nw a 41 -w s. lim Moore Dick Aloia Iohn Parks Rich Kenney lack Owens lim Morrison Iohn Peck Phil Scott Rick Woodward Kurt Nelson Dave Dullum Daryl Moore Drahcir Navillus Steve Lester Mike McGrath . lim Nelson Greg Boile . Tout Dunn . Iiff Farley Chuck Vessey Iohn Greene Lee Wallace George Coleman Sam Price Iohn Hayes Ioe Englehardt lim Morrill Charles Bass Mrs. Hoagland George Stewart Pat Putnam Steve Collins Larry Bortner Ed Stinson Rick Sickles Carl MacPhee john Iamgochain Steve Farrell Danny Shypula Gene Davis Leslie Spencer George I-larter Mike Harris Brian Wright Lee Eaddy Tommy Sims Tom Fowler George Smith Dick Cook Larry Wiggins . Terry McKnight Bruce Petzold Bob Sears Ioe Hunnicutt Ierry Armstrong Mike Woodall Al Brigham Robin Sickles Ieff Pope 2 Ja 34 az '0 H ua 4 20 I2 , le 17 W 2, N 2 27 1 25 M za 9 Jo I 2 5 A 7 5 F Phi Kappa Sigma Larry Kimble Harry Kaufmann Bob Duval Rod Tennyson Ron Dickerson Iohn Drake Terry West Chuck Roschach Ioe Williamson Wilson Wong Ron Thompson Dave Gentry Lee Ekholm Russ Griffeth lim Hickey Al Nelder Butch Tanner David McDonald Larry Porter Ken Iackson Wayne Cooper Walt Lewis Bob Black Luke Whiting Dave Chapman Suzanne Kelly Sloan Becker Terry Mills R. P. Owen Ralph Peterson Bob Hill . Ioe Gang Ted Kennedy Bill Snellgrove Al Sudduth Clay Stokes Tommy Tyler . !' F 5 i 1 f xx Q 'W b a ' 3 Ji 4 ' m :'L 1 L 1 1 . L I ' E K1 Tx , Aedxli .-,gkl:v 1 VV -L s r 4 2,4 79 5. g . K , .- A g .a ' 11 xg' F ,, - . - . K A V N v , - ffixyw' I ,Kg ,Q v X QR I , + 6 ,. A' 9' , :gm if ' in-lv' Q ' X wi 4 , , 1 'L x Jw, jg- ,Qi . - ' Q-', 'Q , +A? QQ- Q, K 1 1-J V Q : .H f S- ka O I Q O A 5 M.,-n .f v ' ., , " f'4L . 1 -'Q 8 I ' 0 1 f X X . A W jf , X 1 nal. I 1 ,123 """f 3-Y f X , l Q' " N f a xi i x,.. R f , ,Y A E I 11: W lg X Sk L Q xt' 'A -Q 3, 3 - ., Q , vw 4 'wx " Q? k 3 -v , 4, A- q , i - Ml.. K , - A Q ,. .. " -limi, wi 3' mf, fi gk I N F' I aw GIVE ll I1 is '4 I 28 29 30 33 3 5 az I6 I7 , 22 za 2' o 21 s is is ,9 2 25 5 b 8 9 I0 3 George Hill Bill Brawley Iohn Roach Bob Weber Chuck Taylor Terry Ross john Coslin Perry Moore Doug Moore Dave Deamer Gene Golston Dick Brunig Paul Stansbury Haney Evans Ieff Buckles Bill Himes Dean Drinkard 18. Tom Enyeart Curtis Cleveland Ginger Spurlin Richard Combes Charley Monnot Iohn Audas Ioe Dahm Rick Bathgate Brad Lambert Bart Allison Allen Weeks Lee Bulluck Russ Thrift lack Beel Loring "Cutie" Bugbee Ricky Collins Bruce Sundermann Phi Kappa Tau Ed Foreman Bob McDonald Ross Carter lim Shaw Dan Dragalin Don Vestal Dave Whelan Dave Cundy Iohn Gilman Stan Reeder Bill Hooker Rick Whitmire Don Todd Rick Lamothe 49. Allan Bartholom jerry Koenig GW Phi Sigma Kappa 'yx 26 A 2' 2 , Q an 8 F gl 1 za 2 3 5 6 7 9 1 ll 12 13 14 ,5 I6 .- , ,-- , ,fx W ,5w1,,..f Q - 1 j , , is k,... , I 1 wi . 1 I l 1 5, ,ge ., Uma I 5 7. SX , 7.3.-W K " ff ,f A wa ig 7 , N X ' . 1. ,,11 +111 A -'1 ' 5 . f ' ' ' - , V ' V- f i--ga,,4gg1f14ig'ff gf -fx. N 1 . 1. .p ,f,,15fg,--a.s1fm..y,. 3 xy as 41,1 1, - . wa law- - '- 5.4-if .,wg,.1xW V .9 - Vk,, 1: ' .W .,. . . wxmswsszn--. is , ' - ,im , K . H ,Q 1'--- , I , -111-. ,.,5 A Russ Frome Ierry Erpenbach Ray Brown Terry Blose Steve Vogt Ron Currens Iohn Workman lim West Neal Reed Charlie Crawford Bill Burgess . Tom Megahee . Dave Evans . lack Cambill Tom Crozan Marshall Weaver Skip Capers . Iohn Rist Mike Chesser Wynn Pettibone Mike Chisolm Mark Hannon . Woody Vogt . Iohn Brock Danny Coggins Dave Collins Iim Thrush Tom Langford Andy Anderson Iohnny Crane Ed Kirkland Paul Ferguson Scott Meredith Rick Dawsey Bob Henderson Terry McAdoo Bill Gannon Bobby Atkins Tom Bond Tim Murphy Ioel Chasteen Charlie Fitch Reagon McCoy Carl Caskey Mark Curtis Steve Sessler Bill Fleming Roy Narrango Lindsey Powell Ion Crouch Carl Meyer Rich Turner Larry Keown Hugh Christie Pierce Cantrell Bill Strickland Dennis Stafford Carey Brown Spike Whalen Bill Mclntre Charles Mahaffe Larry Breeding Rich Wade Iim Caskey Alan Sinorra Dale Snead Glen Camp lim Thompson lim Thorne Louie Moore Dave Cogbill Bill McNeal Ed Shaver Ken Iacobsen Terry McGrath Bozz Walker Bob Khoury Dickson Brockson Boyd Simpson Billy Reeves . Fred Kleve Bob McDonald . Dave Ross . Dave Wade George Ways Evan Iames Iim Schwabb . Bill Faulkner Scott Robinson . lay McMullen . lack Bacon Howard Grainger Bill Cherry . Ion Holbrook Doug Collins Carl Ebbert Charlie Iackson rx ll A8 68 A6 33 52 if Sigma Alpha Epsilon Doug Ramsey Bill Ditts jack Couch George Hightower jack Paulk joe Hooten Bill Funsten Flip Lyle Tom Davis Earl Hubbs Rip Chord Howze Daryl Hutson Brenda Worthington Frosty North Easy Edmiston Sammy Fowler T. D. Chapman Slowly jackson Tom Hardesty Grog jackson Crawford Ward Philip Smith Steve Daniel Humper Collins Goose Gossage S. D. Welch Paul Painter Butch Hite Teddy B. King Elf Self jimmy Haygood Ted Gilbert Dean Parker johnny R. Couuc john Riggle Paul Achey Buck Shiver jack Woodruff Kid Tinsley Dick Wallace Goofey Halley Alex Roberts Brillo Smith Rughead Yates AQ WF F 'E En., fm -A,- 1 4. ' M ....' X . -wx-N Xl' sw Q ,f ye Xa- w+ -y -in-. ,- R v ,mf .1 .1 ,A Q 4 '.' 'jg x 4, 3 fs kr H, N -v. A' ,,i 1 w'. 1 J- N. .f qw x ,, L f: : f",1f,. ws" 'I M- "' ws- 15.3 .,-1 'J' Agn- mv' Rf., W' 1 'Q .Ni .- "' -"M A Wy, I w , . Q , Ml' .A An is. 5 ,P S 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17, 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. igma Chi Richard Lochwood David Crockard Iohn Echterhoff Bill VonHedeman Niles Bolton Peter Van Hoy joel Pittard Dale Cheek Bob Cunningham Iohn Fischer Bob Woodhurst jimmy Asip Marshall Connor Iohn Harris Iohn Cowart Mike McManus Frank Brown Paul Faletti Mrs. O. I. Maclane Doug Bangert Tommy Rogers Pete Palrnisano lack Derrick Charles Huey Larry Starke Bobby Martin 27. Roland Iones 28. Al Iones 29. Ernie Godshall 30. Bruce McMurray 31. Iimmy Darden 32. Don Aldworth 33. Neil Iohnson 34. Ieff Skelton 35. Rick Gadd 36. Chuck Brown 37. Bill Smith 38. Ioe Cooper 39. Danny Pittard 40. Phil Murff 41. David Casey 42. Woody Camp 43. Gary Steele 44, David Bolton 45. Ioe Wright 46. Clay Williams L Dick Boyer Dan Dupree George Lawley Robb Mitchell Owen Herrin johnny Osmundsen Rick Rothwell Doug Lawrence Rick Kumlthau Saxby Chaplin Hank Gurry lim Gilliam Terrell Tedford Iohn Gary Bradley Curtis Steve Denning Ioe Iuban Mickey Norris Danny Shank Iohn Burrows Bruce McGinnis David Burrows Alan Brooks Chatty Daniel Tom Daniel Mike Hogan Bobby Wright Doug Gault Dee Dyer Russ Dreyer Mike Baumgartner Frank Fidler Mike Morris . Frank Birdsong Ben Reynolds Don McDermott Frank Hartman Scotty Eanes Byron Bland Bill Little David Smoot . Iim Sullivan Doug Crockard Wayne Sanders Mike O'Day Rob Mitchell oz D so U fl 51 Ab 71 Il 'U 8, susowzluuu " ,Af u 3 ,,,,, 0 . 511 2 5595 aw 'L YQ fi 'I " "' . :- -Q I, 4 M if u 5 , ,FT " I ,' 1 X v E n 'N. f f5.V.:,,.. ' -1 hge: Q A 308 .M . -s., W4 ' K ' ff Q..-4 was Sigma u Ron Davis Richard Ramsey .Mason Cargill Ion Lumb Lee Cannon David Gibson Mike McDermott Mike Braid Emily Balz Tom Cauble Hawley Smith Fred Link Iohn Thigpen David Bassett Ross Miller Steve Menke Bob Robichaud Wade Cook Theo Harness Ierry McCoy Rick Dunn Mom Glenn Glen Taylor Mike Kaelin Scott Rich Mike Hinson Hugh Westberry Ken Crawford Rusty Ragsdale Ioe jones Charlie Horton Dick Crouch George Fauerbach lim Meyer Gerry Widegren Mike Carmichael Lytton Coarsey Rick Leow Randy Wilkinson Langdon Flowers . Tom Dean Iohn Williamson Chris Hamilton Tony Lilly Wes Grant . Iohn Hotard Steve Baldwin lack Ransbothem Steve Simpson Chris Baxter Gene Ray Chuck Clark David Driggers Ieff Farmer Vernon Sneed Bill Horn Al Hackney Wade Little Grover Dear Skip Carrol Roy Manos Guy Miller lim Rountree Phil Moye David Hunter Steve Smith Martel Day Frank Hayne Leslie Clark Bob Kelly Gary Iones jerry Goldbaugh Bob Washington Rod Hinson Danny Anderson Mark Mclntyre Bob Moore Frank Rose 59 M 63 e isa so ' as M as AA ss 49 so M 43 445 5 52 an 41 41 jxgilw in 2 4 6 l 7 za z 3 5 7 9 2 5 no zo 21 2 a 75 22 71 73 74 75 70 6 77 75 30 1 az 33 a as 29 309 Sigma Phi Epsilon Iohn Stephens Mike Hunter Bob O'Donnell Bill Tucker Iaok Fountain Dick Figlar Eric Van Court Terry Ervin Steve Arledge Gene Iacob Phil Torcio Dave "Rocco" Harter Charlie Shaefer lim MCGough Bob Bereska Boobie Lee Iarrell Bob Reynolds Brian Henderson Iohn Smith Charlie Gentry Chris Verlander Rusty Overton Bob Armstrong lim Oakes Do-rite Skip Fowler Cary Verlander Glenn Lawson Ieff Allen Ellis Turner Barry "B.L." Lyons Dan Eskew Ricky Smith Oliver Iones 36. Iohn Newton lack Sampsell jim DeCastro Bruce Stovall Donnie Sloan Ron "Howie" May Ed Shockley Ron Harris Mark Field Bud Griffin Todd Merriman Dave Hammond Steve "Bear', Treat Ken Murphy Sam Iones Bill Nottingham Tom "Deitz" Del Campo 53. lim Radney 54. Anthony Gegauff 2 IJ H ,. 3' se 44 4 45 as 34 aa 54 I az so 3, a . ! zv 7 za a 2 v H 25 4 5 7 s D N I7 '9 21 23 M io ,, is ia is zo H N-...xx M S 1 A Q -v M New m 12.23 V4 . 4 Y f 1 Ju S , f 6 5 -M H Q qw- 'Rf 5.3 ig- 3 .1 ii 1.225 5 S 3 Q Q S 3 f-QQ., S h --...Q V K Q ,Q ..f , . A :wi 2 NVQ'-mmm . .... , g lui ' - :iff M Q Kaul ,kki K f wi W 2 M f-WQTN 3 lk.. , if S 1 Q W M " if ix, 5' 'F i Q.. ki.. 4, gi mi, X' 2 T 4 K x:LL Em' PL 2 4 b b l I N 'F u., Q A Li. I M . I '- ' ' w- , N A 4 X K : K ., , , K K 1 . ' ' f "lUl2H5?"' 'F' F 'F Q", 4 515 9:94 Hia dy hr: :mga V viz? .f'1D,1',ggE "TW S Q.lz4ff5fau'1x4ff.a , ' I ,,,: fm in li la 11, .em nw! .,.,.. T "N .Y 'W 358,953 9 ye, V 'cv V V ww I V 5 5 13,4 ,IQ wh KA h,f 5511 fn V 4: 5:1 1 if , T4-L 'll . - ar if QQ, QQ 6 v v y , ifj4222:jf?fx A 3 gg ' 2i"f'f.3 K K iz , , K K 30 12' D xi, 154 wi, Em? ,:'. gas V ,, 2 V ff! 3 'fi W1 ,, ., L L, ? W W 'LWB' W1 M If ,W 7 , ,, 3 A . A, -, . EL 'M 3 QV iii ff' V V 3?-ff S V QW L 563' M 'M V 'Vf W VV f V V x . .,,. ,, ".. V , ,Ll, - wf xf V , , 5 s I J Q' VV' A V 'V ' M' V A V rf ' V V V V iii V ' rf Va ' 4:,' V ., ' VV'L ' ' i , Q V ..V,V, VV J S' V V .xg V V V q 1' ' ' VC .- . U VV ,:U,, . N V .- A V " + V 'v" V -'..' - V ' ,.,, 3 V V ' 9 "2 7 ' VV ' L1 51, 'Q N Akh, -"ff ' U 6 ' V W J .ff 3 , V A- . VIH! ,gy VK . , 'L ' Y Sig V1 'fi' 4, V L ' ' " . ' 99+ 'Q UW V. - V fam ,, , J V F 1-I iw RY Y , - W .. , , ., X , .dvi ,,,,,,,, . , N , 4- . Hx V VVV V 3 V 2: A, V V ' - ' 1 41. ""'-iz-JVVV 'Q' Mui? ' fiiffi Q '," 1 .1 , 1 V M '---' V V . , -, ' I 5' ' Ip fn V , gf, , K V, Hb' f VV V J ' 1 A V , , ' L if VV V M 1-4' ,, 5? ,V z , Q 5 A ,,,, L x , I 4 x V - 'G' , , , 4 VV ,L V s V V ,. V P W2 f-jgzgi " . V V ' V x , ' 0 I I ' VV A ' , ' v , Q., . ' 2. 1 V, f V4 if V ,-.' r-V . ,- 1 ' V , V 53,165 3,1-V ,.,,- f .fi Y , VJ . gf., A ,, , is ' V .. ,f+V L -:ff 1 -V V- '51 5 m1" Y -. A V 'V I fag' 1 ' 1ff ?si2a4 VV 5? V N A V V ' V! T' 'Q i V 4- fy, ,Q V4 . ' if .V ,gy gg 3, ,k V' ' 1 'iii ' K k f H ki: , ,J g 4' 1 ' Q - 1 ,M ' X . ...4 , M Vw wvw-MV V , V . A ,V .1 L. .W V' ' xp -i, ,ggi ? 'H gwgw if , , gffmhlzkfp-1- ' . - YV' I1 . V 5 V 1 V ,fa 7 V -V ' K 6 01 Y! . I 4 A L , " I 1 j"y '5 , xgrQj,f ' s fifwfi ' V , V " . k 1 K Q , lu' T.-.V Wi ". ,VVV 5523, i ,. A V I ' 5 li Y ir . ,M gf' M., v V , fi A ' 1 V V V 'a5552'ii1V' .,,,, P F I X 'Q V V 51' K : Q , m Q- , - ' q , -?, 1 A X . 4 4 4- I 5: 5 ,W s I, A f f : V51 ' V- sr , I ,A ,V I , if ' 1 , x M 1 V, ' 'Q 1 V 5, gi , . 1-,,.w.,n!.V'5 Q ' -M.-.4 +V V. ' 'V - U.. , 4. 2. ' ', VV-V 'i- Tau Kappa Epsilon Q H H H 77 ru fgy so 56 SB Hg 51 ng ss 62 a as M 25 2757 lalfqm 34 ' in 2, 24 26 30 as as , i a is Ib W I9 20 H J u ll Q .V M 42 I 2 3 4 5 5 7 5 9 in ll H ia Ron Eaton Tom Roller Bill Bulpitt 42. Steve Thompson Dave Marsh 43 jim Ewald Dave Auld Tom Hart Steve Monela Bill McClellan Bob Barrett Dan Ieus Bob McGarvy Iohn Cardas jim Carreker Darrell Sumner Ros Bowers Yogi Reagan Lee Ettinger Larry Stevens Ierry Phillips Chip Munroe Iohn Dillon Chris Fite Steve Hurnes Ierry Holcomb Steve Cornwell Diane Haines Iohn Higgins Mike Harrell Roger Devore Carl Paul Fred Von Herrman Pat Hickok Dave Rannefeld Al Culbreth Greg Field Eddie Smith Lamar Davis jimmy Olson Bo Yeargan Dave Cheshire Iohnny Iohns Skip Williams Ronnie Nix Iohn Underwood Mark Saunders Bill Miller Tom Kirby George Iameson Dave Rose Billy Harrison Steve Weber Bill Carter Steve Ste. Marie Gene Biber Walt Hultgren Danny Webster jim Beattie lim Negro Tommy Isaac Steve White Carrol Smith Al Groves lim Lyons Gene Black Troy Hayes Mac Holt Iim Hicks Bill Craig Ierry Brackett Mac Iordan Paul Marguiritas Kenny Guff lim Meyers Walt Fredrick Rick Demetriou Dave Bugg Craig Hansen Auggie Bugge aww . M ,9 ,M 'Q .,,.,., -cg, 4 HJ Qld ni gif: -' 3, 5? n if 1. l X 5 ' , ,fX, ' 1 ' ' ' VnL? W W J , . M sv X ' - N Q' ff? . 1 ,si 'QQ W ' .. H X A Q ff: Theta Chi Bill Wise Doug Dodson Lee Bartlett Charlie Kettle Randy Valentine Fitz Willy Vic Yarborough . Iim Ford Burt Rice . lim Baker Phil Avery Richard Truini Bill Wagner Dean Burgess George Sine . Ioe Amis Don Beck . Mike Duggan Gerry Springer Cary Anderson Iack Baker Don Montoro Bob Conklin Stan Cook . Mark Elder Bill Welch Nill Dirring Dick Satterfield Bill Spencer Bill Mims . Mike Lewis Eric Hennings George Carmichael Bill Eldridge Bob Cline Phil Weston Roy Checketts Bob Roy Kirk Scruggs Randy Valentine Lamar Cooler Russ Livermore Bill Swann Roger Zampell Dean Iackson Iohn Kalter Tom Tate Bruce Nottke George Kiester Ron Holmes Drew Seepo Dennis Fink Larry Benton Chuck Rawlins Steve Bainbridge George Morgan Bob Allender Randy Thompson Ed Duncan Ed Culbertson Buzz Bishop Bob Brehm Barry Bonnichsen Mike Coleman Bud Smith Vince Clanton George Smith Bill Morehead Glen Blankenstein Butch Britt Don james Doug Hodges Ierry Ward Dan Duke Ken Ward Larry Olsen 5, ez s A 4 M lp fa 49 so 51 52 sa 63 ' 545 4757 70 74 30 61 31 3' 37 fm 64 KQW 76 23 27 28 29 33 40 42 43 A 71 24 25 46 47 32 35 aa 3, 41 M 48 I2 I3 45 I4 1 2 is Q 3 IB I6 20 I I7 22 6 II 1 7 71 1. Travis Hawk 2. Studly Whiplash 3. Ralph Barfe 4. Huey Buick 5. Latch Wolverton 6. T.H.E. Stud 7. I. W. Dant 8. Dull Dean Kappa Kappa Kappa , X I x 4 - RK -. ,xl . X ' 4 fl . Q ' ,f 'AEQQPF' - V- V f f 'fn " "L 1' Y, h I. X :-'ia ' ,1. , .4 FE ,E -' V. .,, , A l K, Q Q. ,ay EI W, Xl . ,V V., 5 ,,. wi.. V 5 ' h N 5 ,, m , f- p f aj ' V, E .- ML: Yr-J ff' - xA.':b7,, , , 4'-r,JEf4i3.:'-jug 13, A tw- V V -as-V , ., ' 1 iw Qi., . A 'iketgg' 5 I Ls ' x ' ' ' H1 Q-, ' ," 'ffil61?JE'. ai -'y C. '. ,LJ Ji- , W- 'igevga' ' 0 Nmb,2, :n,, 1. ,E-,,.-f vi?-" 3 -' ff"-1 ' T. fm fk-71 f- W '- " V 9 gm- , - Hs!-.. ' ia... 1124 .rf fd. Mft, 1, M., 4. - -:L-Lf. 4 .Q,5,:-,,Q.1.x:+:,-..-Lgm.N...'-- VV ---r-,4f,w:"11x'-vfrfff-if-' . . . , - ,-. ' 1 ' -- . - s ' ' -'-I V 9 I .Q f ' V E E ' - E M . '-' '- ' "' '--"'v:. . ' - ,. . ' . 1 ' ,Lk-41: ifgfi.: u -liq- . - .., ,-, . . - . ,W , . ,. .3 .. -. , ,. -' - , ,- g".'--.- - 5,51 ' - .1 ., .--1,u.:,'2,jfify'-e3:Hf'7.'li"'.". - -' -.-- ffgf. . - ' .Y z.-5 ni- .' ,V ' - 2? g.. -A .. . Cp.---Vg---11 ,, -. s:--s.v-...fw-- - V--I !fy,.:.-. , .' 1-l g .V'-,i . x fy gf- Q ,. '-r,.i.'F Q. A F- -' 5 V. - 5 .'nAx ,- TZ.: 1'f."Q-:Q 'X ' jul.. i ".f:.,-...F " .- ge: ,- - 3 , 5 'fL'w5-,,L:03f,p2?:,:-- " . gr..-QQ . J ".,- P -.- - A .:" ,fs -jf-, V'-f2..,g -.- ,.-,-...I-- ...V-vim , f ., V .- ,.f-.E , -K--,.,..V. -.1 Q.. - . V- ,ww -. - ,,. - - ., --.. MQ11- I ' . J '. it A L. ,Q ,f V -- I , . 'S - .Q ' .-."'i','t',V :,.-wa: "- " . "Y 1 . -1-' - f.m.:,"'-: .u-'--7' gg,-."g ' ...., Q 1 ff QQ-.9-was-,, ' '.,- ' 3 - .- gi . " hr--.mV 1 . . . L- D A V ,si " .5 , U L. ' - ., .i ,f . ,Q --Oh. . I 4,1-Agpyf . . Y .5 Q, Ka' Q" -- N V - ".t'i . 4' - 'Tn ' ' ' f' A' V ' -. .1 . a ,, RH ,V W A - .-, ' ' I .' , ,,l V ' " ' I I ' , "- 1 . n THE GREEK LIFE lu! 317 You Gan Always Tell a Greek You can always tell a Greek. One minute he may be dressed to the hilt in Gant-Weejun type attire, and the next minute he is gross beyond belief. He's the type who believes in balancing the Weight of textbooks with social activity. He is poised and charming one fleeting second, and almost nauseating the next. He's the Caped Crusader, the Lone Ranger, and Captain Hook all rolled into one. No matter if it's rain, or shine, or national disaster, you can't keep him from those weekend parties. And how many empty seats are there on a good tube night? Not many. This is a Greek - but this is only part of his story. The fol- lowing pages attempt to carry his story further. 3 Q: Siem- i H Q 1 I v 'Xxgfw 1. 'fs 17 ff 1 ' '- ,N F , 'fn Af Lv 9 n.. , , .T .4u,. ,.,+ M9 W M.. 111.25 .sf . W ,V .. . . , , mf' . -,g 7 "',Z?:'f"'1: .ff -z. ' we .- I- - A A Q , wk " 1 all +3 1 b sn- r s , av X , . - ,. , - ,-- -v 'sf' has 1 1 ,.'- ,, , . - . vi ,, ,NV , ,,.AA,. Ay Iwm, V , A ,. - .K 'fa-4-3" -e 1 gf ,, , ,gy .1 .. 'f ff iff' an "f ' he ,1-ff fx- 3' 31, '5,g1:w:qq.-x 5' :L , TQ, Q I .5 wi A K jk gnWw,'f',:., ,',+w..,,,, N - 'i m 1,4 35,5 I H nf ,:-. l 1-5 ,, .- If g'if,,.f, 17,5-fm 'Av 1 5 ff, Qsfgl -Aff: tmzf Q , ,f,f,::,++ W -,iff I 3..T," xii 1,--, A 5' w M 1.-, "4 fx -,f ,,.. . 4 ,g A Q- 1' RX f' ' A A U ,, l I lyiii.. i , kr A 'fu FJ.. ' ' I f I., f 'V 4. A I , ,, NKQJ' X, Sig ' ,xv Q . '.'LL W ' LN 1' Q- Auwgf. ,Y x 'Jguv ' ..-Env, 'J ' we . if-2? An Formal Rush comes but once a year to the Tech campus. These short two weeks will end in heartache for some, and backache for others. The glaring importance of this period is mirrored by the fact that the average fraternity spends 552500 per year on Rush alone. After interrupting their summer vaca- tions two weeks early in order to make the houses look decent at least once a year, the fraternity men are faced by seemingly endless open houses, smok- ers, partles, and handshaking. During all this, one sees many faces, and meets some of the people behind these faces. After a week or so, every face begins to look the same, and yet there is some- thing different about each one. This is the time of the smile - whether it be plastic or sincere, and the all-night chapter meetings - whether they be of necessity or not. It is the time of the handshake - be it overly strong or over- ly cold. It's the time of the recorded con- versation which has its own peculiar stereotyped nature. The time is Rush. J,-W 2- '17 Qush: The Annual Snow-Iob , 135. H Z: J: bf I 545529 I N T C LEOPATRA LAYEST HERE ALSO MARCJA , SUZIE .. AND . B, L A . 2' Theme Parties: You Name It, We've Got It There comes a time in every frat man's life when he must take off his cool clothes and get fired-up enough to perpetuate his group. He puts on any- thing his brothers do and sometimes even a bit more in order to convince the good-time rushees that his frat knows how to party and have a good time to- gether. The themes that Greeks come up with range from He11's Angels to island parties to Roman orgies. This is just an- other snow-job on the path to that magic Sunday when itis all over. A snow-job it is but it's hard to tell who enjoys them the most. 5 .1 , W, . my 'GY , , K . K 'Qi-.4 5 A , q if gg 11. qi -A My w'Qb?7,,4-M,..,. .af ' . JL," '. R94 .is xi-fc an-'Y A The Long Wait - Finally the End Gomes As the two weeks of effort come to a close, the spirit which has dwindled seems to gain momentum again. The day of decision approaches. For the fra- ternity man, this day has passed be- cause their decision was made when the rushees were voted on and bid. Now the choice rests on the shoulders of the rushee. Perhaps he has weighed all the advantages and disadvantages of Greek life, or perhaps he will enter the Greek circuit blindly but for the stars in his eyes. Pledge Sunday is the culmination of Formal Rush. At this time, 800 of the 1100 persons who went through Rush will enter a Greek letter society. To some this will be the impetus that brings out the best in themselves, but for oth- ers it may prove to be a mistake. Only one who has been through this quest for human flesh knows what the combina- tion of several Greek letters and the Per- sonalities associated with them can mean to a person - an experience not soon forgotten. '1 1 . K "f Homecoming: Tech's Proudest Moment The leaves are brightly colored, a big game apfproaches, and alumni begin to ile in. raternities at Tech betgin the week by putting up skeletons or dis- plays and tearing up old cars. Thursday nig t and Friday finds brothers and pledges stuffin tissue a er into masses , , 8 P P of chicken wire. Acetylene torches and electric arcs burn late into the night, sometimes until morning. On Friday af- ternoon the displays are finally finished and judged. Friday night is spent in last minute work on the wrecks. Saturday morning results in happiness for some fraternities when their wreck actually works. But, for others, all the work and original ideas just don't materialize into something that moves. Sigma Chi's dis- plalyl took top honors in the 1967 version of omecoming while the Pi Kappa Phi wreck was chosen best. ' ,' ,.-' - " --X.. ff x Q'- 515. 7 1. .as BOTTOM: Rain hampered the work on 'Hecks as usual, but the clouds cleared away for Saturdays big parade. OPPOSITE BOTTOM: The DU's ended up pushing more than riding. I I 1 i BELOW: Even in the world of tissue paper, the trains never pull- out on time as the Delts soon discovered. TOP LEFT: The ATO's summed-up the cum- pus mood with their yellow ond block me- nogerie. HOII1eCO1T1i11g QCONTINUEDJ ' 1 5 if to TH GTA K i . 'i ,. sidflw afgfgyly.-i"L LEFT:Countiess miles of crepe paper with colors that range the spectrum of the rainbow make displays one of the outstanding portions of homecoming. vm, E Work: Pledges' Password Work is thejpassword for Tech frater- nityfpledges. nd Sunday is the worst day or it. Houses have a tendency to glet somewhat soiled on a Saturday nig t, particularly when a party was held there. Then there are leaves to rake, lawns to mow, windows to wash, and walls to paint. Probably the worst work for pledges is unimaginable work that actives make them do. But actives must also work a few times during the year. Rush is the worst time for them. At this time there are no pledges to order around. That can really e bad, but some always manage to find a way to escape work. Then there are the plopular outh Seas Earties for whic actives must also len a hand in preparation. So it isn't all lay and no work for the frat man at Tpech. ..,,. .-.nl-,....., v V-.14 , L, 4 af pn N,-A. , v-1-,.m1-.f ny. TOP CENTER: Theta Chi's prepare for rush party ' iv v""0'f"'Wf'f"'i"l ' f,Ea'!ig H, 'N' 1 ' G:V1Q3'f: Y-bl Yw'f1f'fFff5?-Lv' 1 7 'A :ff:":9ff -f mv-f.' M lm '1:42eff7wz1Q5w.ab Qifff' ,, ,559-gdggigu ,, aff -, L,':?r:'in' -- .N ,wg , wx.f':yw'fw5lLj. A :W-1Lf2Fii14HW M3:eQ'gc':41.'n g411.v,a,-I , 4, Y ff' ' , 4' xu:,f,f3 -,xwwf 'Lw:1:,:,:- 4-i Aff -f?,12?i Vi' - " A ' P11 V1 EBL- Lf!" "" T' fl 'f' ffgdxfmew-5 .M K ,V V ,-. ,UV A, . Q-if-,2'7'f.:P14fi"' "' ' K ' 1 1 Q ffi-3T?f-:img ',h' A 'ffzfffif' , www' 'fa " 'N ' 11' -:'ff'45E'53f1 .Tffwf -W -1 " -an via J awful, f' QF' ef"'.:f eff' ff- af 22-1-qi, -f .,H,w,,,15f,,,,.".'y,, 3-ff,5v,,'.Qz 4' T,-1' y .WW , Cv. , , 're 'V -I -,FTF ESS-Af ig , n 'g,g,Wmf-f ,L ' "1 ' gel I5 ik - M. 1,3353 4. vw zwggnfi fwzif 6 5:51 um W' Y A A , Hy, Qi, ,ui I' P' '4 2- .,f.n ag wg 1 ,mg . ',3i?'Hf'ff'l'jy'f., ,. 'YW ' . ' 4.1 jan f - T2 Ai 2 ' 1639 'W Jig.. .f,.,.,,, W? 'iw-45-2 K - 3, W 'H F J vs f -' 3113, nixfwy way 'rf L, ,715 4,7-f, . ,, ,, N 4, 1. .Q 2 .. W 5 f , 1 "M'5"Q"' AM- A., . .,,.,. , H.,,.,,,,.f? 5 -.4 5 331 I f a 51 a i a 1 x 1 1 3 I ff s 2 - -L:f:f1ef'1:::1s:wi.11gv qi -.tif 12 :5 453' " L Q r 24 ,. rf Fu? rf' -sq, 12 hifi' x I V-rf Q Q gn Ie 7 mmf f N54 X x .KK ,. iw . f 1. - in :va X? , F im ,. . ff? was ' ary: fifr i Y' Q2 4.. ,Jive ,VM ,...W 8, :""""'r MJ' , Y ...BN '15 -5 j ffflix 5-e----fufilff I ..,.fZA?,N-...A W, 4-v A,.-.-fa,..,,,- V5 5 N-N-X. 4-H f-1 f-f' , A 4 ,s Q "1--.... If ffff gif' ff... 'ZX 2 NX X ..----X xxx, k , w U-ui-i'-ish .A S 42 ykf M91 pf ' 5 Sq . -K ..,,g f ,, 1: ,W 1-.gifsssaffslifw,.. -' if 5 fwfihiiii!Zf"f:fi5:f-57'W if -w k -wA.,15-wi:wax: f-ff' -. '1- ' wif: 1.2335 ,lri -1 'CL 2 wg iawasffssqmzzf if 7 w , ,,,, mv, ,izmffv K.--lT".... 2 ki Y-f'1""i lil? ff W...- """"""w-i....- ""-'Q-1.4 ---v""" -14,1 5.9, gpg Parties: Escape from the Hill r H5225 TOP: The Lambda Chi's mo d outside for a patio h TOP: The Fljl lsland Party does strange things to some of the natives. ABOVE LEFT: SPE's went the Roman Orgy route to give a different flavor to their orgies. ABOVE: The SAE's retained their Cool by sticking to a normal hard rock-soul party. Parties CCONTINUEDJ 'Qs K- RIGHT AND ABOVE RIGHT: Parties are often the only escape from cl weeks work and are exempli- fied by the expressione present here. "fu fi CENTER LEFT Sigma Nu budge collapses as brothers tal-ze dlp BELOW At FUI island party date fmds out that l1fe1s not a cup ofhawauan punch but a swlm m the homemade Fljl poo , V .,,- , v" K , i lifkiqn 3 ' ' , 'Q kmrf ,Qi .. . ,.-qi.5z,. -- 3 339 Intramurals Greeks Become locks V-Ball HKA BGJH A2113 AT A2111 Bowllng Wresthng GX B911 CIJKT QJKE GX League Football B-Ball Softball EX KE IPAQ QJEH ISO HM, . at Q, , kitr krlk ,J if kr . .W f A bAA, A Alli, Emi I' V H kvibwr VK 41 ,K x1,, , . F W ,Y , Z ,. s I X' J' F7 ,L N , fe , LL., 'R' ,,1- ,,-- f , izg LLii':: 'L:Li A A 1 Lf- A1-' i V J ' 'I if is ir li 7 f mm bA m' N - V - ' V yy A , f Mk, 6 , ,Q ,X N 342 II1tI'HII1llI'H1S QCONTINUEDJ ,.. .4 A , Q. 2' mx, ' .gp-. 5 ,J 1 , if -1- " '-'k ' 9 fs? an 1 -Wm, ,., 1 7-mf M Q 1, A aqua .-,t'l".9. A ,rm 4. Kmy' W 'l""'f-'0"" , ..z1 ---'-"' rw 1? ,... Moanmg and R1 alr HID? v' 0 Saturday, March 2, 1968, was a day of high-riding spirit and dripping mud as the Lambda Chi's held their first annual Greek tug-of-war. Opponents slid, skid- ded, fell, and wallowed to victory and defeat on this sunny, Spring-like day before a crowd of several hundred on- lookers who were glad they weren't in- volved. More than once the crowd did get into the actg the ones who had laughed so hard when their fraternity brothers had taken a dip got a chance to see how it felt for themselves. The Phi Kappa Tauis, who had fought their way into the finals on sheer determination, were put down handily by the Beta's who must have been through this sort of thing before. It was a day when the Techman could release his inner ten- sions and release them he did. 'ffl TOP RIGHT: One of Greek Week's events is the sports car rally. ABOVE CENTER: The idea of total participation is evident when Alpha Zi.Deita sang in the Greek Week Sing. RIGHT: The week- end concert featured Nina Simone. FAR RIGHT: Determination and strength are two ofthe charac- teristics which make a winner. Greeks Boost Image During Greek Week Greek week begins on Sunday when all the Greeks really try to look like Greeks and play like Ben Hur. In 1967, the Phi Delt's won the s eed version of the chariot race and the Sigma Nu's took the prize for the best-looking chariot. In their true image, the Kappa Sig's ran away with the IFC Sing with a medley of animal soncgs. Later in the week, meetings and iscussions gave House- mothers a chance to glossip and frat offi- cers a chance to cate up on their sleep. Saturday night was the time and the Nina Simone concert was the place for the naming of Miss Susan Head as the Greek Go dess. Sunday brought still another day and another event to the al- ready week-long activities. This was the Sports Car S alom which featured world-famous Grand Prix drivers from all over the campus. 4 Feminine Frolios Dominate Derb Da ,67 ABOVE RIGHT: For those brave enough to venture out of their room, there is always a pretty little girl or a big moose waiting to give you a run for your derby. RIGHT: The Daring Debut gives entries u chance to show their stuff - most of it anyway. FAR RIGHT: Miss Bambi Morrison, a Tri-Delt from Emory, was named Miss Derby Day. 0641 RIGHT: Techls own Neil Derosa proved that he could do more than run a Placement Center as he handled the job ofM.C. ofthe Miss Derby Day Contest. HV' Si ma Chi Derb Day, s onsored by the ciuapters from Tech andllilmory, has become a tradition en'oyed by everyone on the Tech campus. lIt's that time of the gear again when coeds from Tech, mory, Scott, and Georgia State invade the campus in search o derbies which ZEIIFEI sometimes worn by non-Sigma is. After two days of derby-stealinfg, the 1967 Derby Day moved to Emory or an afternoon of fun and ames. Probably the most inspiringlof tifese events were the Miss Derby aEy Contest, won by Bambi Morrison of mory, and the Dar- ing Debut, in which the girls are re- quired to make and wear a costume tai- lored from a yard of cloth. After the Emory Tri-Delt team took home the first glace trophy, the whole party moved to napfinger arm for a dance to crown a great day. ' 349 45 man Houseparties: Sweeties See How Uther Half Lives R X ,ua .e X- Q X xJ51iE.,g,,i iff 'gs gli..-.fX,.,..4 Formals - High Point of the Year TOP AND ABOVE: KA's Old South Bull party-txme, whether you go Southern orf 352 I LEFT, BELOW, AND BOTTOM: Formals always give the chapters a chance to crown their sweet- hearts and present awards to their outstanding members. . gi - 5 -Qi -, 1Q,. 1 'l 2 6 'Q X ' 1 In hh - WT iw 1 L' LL W aw , 3 Q K, g Alphus Beerus Conformus A Look at Greek Life ABOVE: Not faring well in the fall white-slavery auction for the past few years the ABC's tried desperately to lure new pledges. Brother Melvin in- sured a good rush by blanket bidding all the parked cars, while the other brothers tried different forms of coercion. LEFT: The location of the new ABC house fclosest to the dormsj proved very ad- vantageous last Pledge Sunday as the ABC's were able to shanghai many pledges destined for other frats. l i A ' Q .Ex ifzvi 1'i,Xxxk t o . g K 5 -Q -V: "fr , ll 1 CLASSES STUDENTS SENIGR DIRECTORY l ABOVE RIGHT Chip Akridg Presiderit. LEFT: Lurry Wyoni Vice-President. FEATURING A LOOK AT THE FIRST FEW WEEKS AT TECH - THE MAKING OF A COLLEGE STUDENT. Newton B. Aaron Kenneth E. B.C.E. B.S.I.M. Iackson L. Allgood Stephen D. B.S. App. Biol. B.S.I.M. Adams Richard E. N. Adams Robert K. Adamson Donald K. Adkins Iohn E. Akridge B.C.E. D B.I.E. B.E.E. B.M.E. Almond Richard T. Aloia Charles L. Anderson Iohn M. Anderson Iohn W. Andrews B.E.E.. B.S. Text. B.S.I.M. B.S. Phys. lose M. Anez Robert C. B.C.E. B.S. Phys. .qrvf Angier William A. Argroves Iames D. Armstrong Phil H. Ashley Ernest H. Atkinson, Ir B.S.I.M. B.S.I.M. B.I.E. B.M.E. Edward C. Aubitz III Peter A. Aucoin Eugene P. Avery Ir. Roger A. Babb Wilton I. Bacon Buck W. Bailey B.S.I.M. B.Ch.E. B.S.I.M. B.E,E. B.S.I.M. B,Ch,E, Kelsie I. Baldwin Thomas Ballentine Iohn C. Banbury Douglas A. Bangert Ir. Ierry M. Barber Iames D. Barlow B.I.E. B.C.E. B.I.E. B.I.E. B.S.I.M. B.M.E. Class of 1968 KI Robert L. Barnes Bobby R. Barnett Roland I. Barnick Allan W. Bartholomew Iohn P. Basnar Ir. David H. Bassett B.S. Chem. B.A.E. B.C.E. B.M.E. B,S, Text, B,I,E, fb' QE? Iames A. Bateman David L. Bates Martin R. Bates Thomas F. Bates Wm. C. Batts Ipseph S. Baumgartner B.A.E. B.E.E. B.M.E. B.S. Phys. B.S. Chem. B.S.I.M. Kenneth M. Beam William S. Becker Gary E. Beckstead William D. Beeland Thomas M. Beeson Edison L. Bell B.S.I.M. B.S.I.M. B.Cer.E. B.E.E. B.M.E. B.E.E. 'ms-1 George R. Bell Robert M. Bell Arthur E. Beller john C. Bellum Orrin P. Bennett Robert A. Benns B.S. App. Biol. B.l.E. B.E.E. B.S. Phys. B.S.I.M. B.S. Phys. I Larry A. Bentley james P. Benton Harvey P. Berman Lee E. Berry Ir. Ierry C. Biffle Iay D. Bilyeu B.Ch.E. B.M.E. B.S.I.M. B.I.E. B.E.E. B.S. Phys. joseph L. Biola William B. Birch, Ir. Frank A. Birdsong Kermit O. Bishop, Ir. Murl R. Bishop Donnie E. Bittinger B.S.I.M. B.M.E. B.A.E. B.I.E. B.E.E. B.S.I.M. lack E. Blalock, Ir. Darryl L. Blancheri Lewis E. Blomeley Terry G. Blose William R. Bobo Kenneth l- Boden B.S.I.M. B.S. App. Math B.A.E. B.A.E. B.M.E. B.Ch.E. A x, .qu Q. VER.. .5 ' we if 1 parr , fr. nv., I .L,:,J li. V K Aug! AFM , s.. . X Phillip S. Boggs George N. Bolton B.S. App. Math B. Arch. CN-. ,......uu- S16 Laffy G- 1300119 Andrew I. Boots B. Arch. 13.153, 'N Charles A. Borcher, Ir. joel M. Boss B.E.E. B.S. Text. Anibal A. Boucugnani Warren D. Boutwell B.S. Chem. B.C.E. Robert V. Bowden Benjamin G. Bowen, III B.A.E. B.S.I.M. Troy L. Bowen Douglas B. Bowles john T. Bowles Iames W. Brackett Iohn F. Braun Iohn E. Bravo B.C.E. B.S.I.M. B.E.E. B.S.I.M. B.Ch.E. B.I.E. Lawrence H. Breeding Bernie I, Brien Douglas A. Brinson William B. Britt Robert E.. Brizendine Thomas R. Brock, Ir B.I.E. B.A.E. B.M.E. B.C.E. BA F B.E.E. Class of 1968 james Wm. Brogdon joseph P. Brooks Richard Alan Brooks Dwight Alan Brown james Hugh Brown Robert jordan Brown B.M.E. B.S.I.M. B.l.E. B.S.I.M. B.l.E. B.E.E. Robert W. Brown Samuel B, Brown, III E. H. Brownlee, jr. Ronald S. Brunsvold john Crane Bryan joseph E. Buchanan B.E.E. B.s.I.M. Bs. App. Math B.A.E. B.s. App. Math B.s.1.M. David C. Buckwalter Robert Lee Bulfin, jr. Timothy Lane Bunce Robert D. Burcher, jr. Edmund B. Burkett Charles P. Burns B.l.E. B.l.E. B.I.E. B. Arch. B.C.E. B.Ch.E. Leigh Robert Bums Allen jones Butlgp Cary Clyde Butler Brook H. Byers William E. Byrd Peter Bruce Caffall B.A.E. B.I.E. B.l.E. B.E.E. B.S. Phys. B.S.l.M. Marvin D. Camp, jr. William Clyde Camp Larry Kirk Campbell G. E. Cantelou, jr. Thomas Ray Carlisle IUHHI1 G- C8I'IT1iChH9l B.S. Chem. B.S.l.M. B.S.l.M. B.Ch.E. B.S.l.M. B.A.E. 4 Class of 1968 T. A. CarmiChH9l Curtis lay Carpenter William C. Carr Leonard I. Carroll, Ir. Charles W. Carson C. B. Carson B.S.l.M. B.E.E. B.C.E. B.S.l.M. B.Ch.E. B.E.E. Iames Kent Carter David A. Casey Thomas Iere Cater William C. Caye M. H. Chaffin Iames R. Chambers B.M.E. B.S. Chem. B.M.E. B.S. Text. B.Ch.E. B.C.E. Charles W. Chaney Saxby M. Chaplin David M. Chapman Robert E. Chapman Robert L. Chapman Freddie I. Chasteen B.S.I.M. B.l.E. B.C.E. B.E.E. B.S.I.M. B.S. Text. Iorge Emilio Chaves Manson H. Cheek Della Ming Tsi Chen Iames States Chester W. W. Childress, Ir. E. P. Chivington B.I.E. B.I.E. B.S. Chem. B.S.I.M. B.S.I.M. B.S. Phys. Daniel Christenberry Thomas F. Christian C. H. Church, III David Wayne Clark Cary Cranford Clark Iames Leonard Clark B.S. Phys. B.A.E. B.S.l.M. B.I.E. B.A.E. B.M.E. Ronald C. Clark Ion K. Clayton Susan R. Clemmons Iames L. Cline Wally K. Cloud Iames S. Cochran B.Ch.E. B.l.E. B.l.E. B.l.E. B.S.l.M. B.C.E. Thomas R. Coggins Roger L. Cohen Iohn C. Collins Lafiece D. Collins Patrick C. Collins Robert S- Cfmklifl B.M.E. B.l.E. B.S.I.M. B.C.E. B.S. Chem. B-E-E Iames B. Conner Belisario Contreras Philip C. Cook Donald E. Cooke Richard G. Cooper, jr, Philip T. Corbell B.S. Text. B.l.E. B.S.I.M. B.C.E. B.E.E. B.A.E. Whitney A. Coulon, III Richard D. Cox, Ir. B.A.E. B.S.I.M. William B. Cox William N. Craig B.S.l.M. B.A.E. Kenneth D. Crawford Robert V. Croft William T. Croker Ritlhard A. Crotinger Ion M. Crouch RiChard M. Cr011Ch B.M.E. B.E.E. B.M.E. HAR. B.A.E. B.E.E. jeffrey L. Croyle Albert W, Culbreth, jr, Charles W. Cunard Ioseph M. Dahm Thurman E. Dalrymple Thomas R. Daniel, Ir B.S. App. Math. B.S.I.M. B.S.l.M. B.M.E. B.A.E. B.S.l.M. . ' - l Class of 1968 'QFD' S. Wm. Davenport L. S. Davidson Linda F. Davies Iames Wendell Davis Richard D. Davis Gary Clark Degrow B.S.I.M. B.S.l.M. B.S. App. Math B.Ch.E. B.S.l.M. B.S.I.D. Brian Iames Delano William T. Dennis Ronald S. Desilets I. Wm. Dewberry Iames Carter Dial Iahies R. Dickerson B.A.E. B.S.l.M. B.A.E. B.S. App. Biol. B.E.E. B.A.E. M. B. Dinerman Thomas F. Divine Terrence R. Doherty Richard Iames Dolce H. N. Dominguez William L. Drennon B.S.I.M. B.S. Phys. B.S.I.M. B.S.I.M. B. Arch. B.E.E. Henry Holland Dunn Daniel M. Dupree Clarence D- DYBP l0S9Ph R- Eastbum R. A. Edlund, Ir. George R. Edmunds B.S.l.M. B.l.E. B.l.E. B.S.l.M. B,C.E, l?.S.I.M. Randall W. Eidson Ioseph Marcus Elder Robert Decker Eley Benjamin T. Elliott Ronald Iames Elliott George David Embry B.S.l.M. B.E.E. B.E.E. B.M.E. B.S. Phys. B-S.I-M- Class of 1968 Ioseph P. Englehardt Edward A. English Augustus Law Ervin Iohn Daniel Eskew Robert Ioel Ett Charlie A. Evans B.S. Chem. B.M.E. B.Ch.E. B.E.E. B. Arch. B.S. Chem. l David Eugene Evans Iames Knox Ewan Timothy Rahn Exley Thomas F. Faires Paul Anton Faletti G. Fauerbach, Ir. B.M.E. B.C.E. B.M.E. B.S.I.M. B.C.E. B.M.E. Wm. A. Faughnan Thomas E. Feld Ioseph N. Ferruzza Ralph Paul Fiesta Richard Bould Figlar Danny A. Fincher B.l.E. B.E.E. B.Ch.E. B.Ch.E. B.l.E. B.M.E. Thomas O. Fincher George T, Fisher Charles Hall Fitch David A. Flansbaum Th0mHS W- Fleming luafl BHUUSUI Flors B. Arch. B.I.E. B.S.I.M. B.S.I.M. B.S.I.D. B.Ch.E. Iames M. Flournoy Paul Henry Flower, Iames Ross Ford Richard A. Forehand George T. Fortner Walter W. FPSZGF, ll' B.A.E. B.C.E. B.Ch.E. B.S. Chem. B.I.E. B.S.I.M. Wm... C --Q... .J Y 5' 'l:, -149, S, , ,, ..x. .LJ . px ff, AQ. f .Mggy- .pre Q S E 14 Q i grit' Q K gy' 'kv fi A ' N wr' 'rf' fr " L'-'K 'if '. Q Q 3 ' x Q. ei it Y XF Mimi C' -. " , no ' 2 - Z I 'Z ., - ' v A q ' i., -" ' Q5 gf' . QR' A A - in Y 5 E X , t x I V+ in .A sir , ,, r .LH mi. f if Q R 1 - e. w Qian' 'ia -f -1 x aim. - - ills-W, Q . 'Y' Fa nil 2 an Yv i L' ."5f5 UN." f, -Ka ' y Jiri-. if avail ' gy - ' ., , gn hrs ?-" "3+ fw- , . . .fi A " A . ' --x - -vu-'xl J - 1 J - - - f-----W --vu--u u- x..vunuu.u nxuny u. uu-y juuu 11. ucsuu B.Ch.E. B4S.I.M. B.s.1.M. B.C.E. B,C.E. B.Ch,E, Gus Anthony G. Gegauff Wm G- Gelgef- lf- Carl D- GSIII Wm- George Nash O. Gerald, IV Gary L- Gill' B,C,E, B.E.E. B.S.I.M. B.S. Phys. B-Ch.E. B.E.E. IHIIIGS L- GibS0I1 Mason C. Gibson Clay P. Gillingham john F. Gilmore Carroll H. Gilpatrick Rafael E, Giro B-S-I-M- B.l.E. B.S.l.M. B.E.E. B.M.E. B.l.E. Glass of 1968 .V W 5 I Robert I. Glass Ierome L. Glazer David R. Glenn Robert F. Gooding David B. Goodrich Harry G. Gornto B.E.E. B.Ch.E. B.Ch.E. B.S.l.M. B.E.E. B.E.E. Iohn A. Goslin Iohnny W. Graham Lee I. Granger Philip A. Greek Iames K. Green George H. Greene B.Ch.E. B.E.E. B.A.E. B.T.E. B.E.E. B.S. Chem. Leonard A. Greene Dewey I. Grice Alfred C. Griffin Iames D. Grigsby Lawrence H. Guettler Martin T. Gussman B.E.E. B.C,E. B.I.E. B.E.M. B.S. App. Psy. B.l.E. Stanley W. Guth Iohn M. Guthrie Stacey M. Gutierrez Barry G. Haber Eugene G. Hagewood Robert G. Haller B.S.I.M. B.A.E. B.S.l.M. B.C.E. B.S.I.M. B.E.M. Hugh B. Hamilton Ir. Marion H. Hammock Dean C. Hammond Philip P. Hanie Paul E. Hankey Ir. Travis Hawk B.M.E. B.S. App. Math. B.M.E. B.l.E. I B.S.I.M. B.S. Class of 1968 Huell Talley Hargen Maxwell M. Harrell W. P. Harrell, Ir. Howard Taft Harris William R. Harris Forrest A. Hartley B.M.E. B.S.I.M. B.Ch.E. B.I.E. B.I.E. B.E.E. Iames F. Harvey, III William A. Harvill Thomas P. Hayes Iohn Calvin Hays William T. Heartz Bruce Iohn Heil B.s. App. Math B.M.E. B.E.E. B.I.E. B.o.E. B.M.E. David Eugene Henry Harold Ernest Herd Luis E. Hernandez Roy Arthur Herwig William A. Hicks Donald Henry Hille B. Arch. B.M.E. B.M.E. B.C.E. B.M.E. B.E.E. Fred Dean Hilliard Hugh Hilliard Charles T. Hilton, Ir. Terry Hines William O. Hinton Karl Edward Hoenes B.S.I.M. B.A.E. B.E.E. B.B.C. B.E.M. B.S. Phys. William L. Holbrook W. F. Holcombe Charles I. Holland W. B. Hollingsworth Charles R. Horres, Ir. Henry Reuben Horst B.E.E. B.E.E. B.S. App. Math B.A.E. B.C.E. B.Ch.E. Ioseph F. Hosemann Iames M. Hostinsky Iohn D. Hoverkamp Gary N. Howell Eugene R. Huber Charles S. Huey B.I.E. B.S. App. Math B.A.E. B.E.E. ' B.I.E. B.I.E. Stephen M. Huff Geoffrey P, Hull Barry T. Hunt Duncan C. Hunter, Ir. William H- Hl1tSOI1 Donald E- Hyatt B.S.I.M. B.S.I.M. B.E.E. B.l.E. B.E.E. B.C.E. Lyle H. Hyde Stephen R. Ivey B.C.E. B. Arch. Charles I. Iackson William R. lacobsg Ir. B.Ch.E. B.M.E. lack E. lacobson Dale L. Iarrard B.S. App. Math B.S.I.M. ,i ---- Kgiffi 4: f. . y William D. Ieffers, Ir. Wm C. jenkins Iulian C. Ieti, lf- Marcus K- l0C0y William F. Iohns Benton I. Iohnson, III B.E.E. B.E.E. B.S.I.M. B.S. App. Biol. B.S.I.D. B.S. App. Psy. Donald L. Iohnson Glenn H. Iohnson Herman W, Iohnsony Ir- Ralph B, johnson Robert W. Iohnson, Ir. Daniel L. Iones B.C.E'.. B.B.C. B.Ch.E. B.S. Phys. B.S. Phys. B.I.E. Class of 1968 john Michael jones Oliver H. jones, jr. Ralph Lloyd jones Samuel P. jones Timothy Ladd jones Wyman joe jones B.l.E. B.E.E. B.S. App. Math B.C.E. B.M.E. B.E.E. Robert A. jordan Philippe G. jouanet Lawrence E. justice joel Thomas Kalb Howard B. Karchmer Paul Stephen Keith B.l.E. B.S.I.M. B.Ch.E. B.S. Phys. B. Arch. B.S. Phys. Walter Gill Kelley Bryce E. Kennedy Richard M. Kenney Richard C. Kessler john Wm. Kilpatrick joseph C. Kilpatrick Bs. App. Math B.B.c. B.E.E. B.1.E. B.1.E. B.A.E. William Perry Kincy james T. Kindley B.Ch.E. B.S.l.D. joseph H. King, jr. Bs. Phys. Ronald Ross Kinner Arthur S. Kirkindall john W. Kirkpatrick B.E.E. B.A.E. B.S. Phys. jon Martin Knight Richard Irving Krebs Bruce Wallace Lacle Frank Hays Lambert Wm. H. Langdon Roman M. Lannes B.l.E. B.C.E. B.Ch.E. B.Ch.E. B.l.E. B.C.E. Class of 1968 Roger E. Laporte Frank I. Larizza Richard D. Laser Iohn C. Lasher Thomas I. Lasseter Isaac H. Lassiter III B.M.E. B.S.l.M. B.S. Phys. B.E.E. B.S. Phys. B.I.E. George B. Lawley Thomas G. Ledford David G. Lee Hsiao P. Lee Iohn L. Lee Ir. Robert T. Lentz B.M.E. B.S.I.M. B.E.E. B.E.E. B.C.E. B.M.E. Charles S. Levine Daniel W. Lewis Doyle C. Lewis Kenneth I. Lewis Marvin D. Lewis Roger W. Lignugaris B.S. Chem. B.E.E. B.C.E. B.I.E. B.S. Text. B.S.I.M. Frederick E. Link Paul L. Lippke Carl S. Litsinger Norman H. Littlejohn Ronald G. Livingston Chalmers D. Lockman B.S. Psy B.C.E. B.M.E. B.M.E. B.S.l.M, B.A.E. Michael Logan Alexander Look Carlos R. Lopez Iohn A. Lowe Ierry S. Lund Iohnny E. Lunsford B.E.E. B.E.E. B.A.E. B.E.E. B.S. App. Biol. B.I.E. Iames A. Lyle Stephen V. Lyle William F. Lyle Kyle Lynn Iames E. Lyons Stuart W. MacKenzie B.S.I.M. B.S.I.M. B.E.E. B.S.I.M. B.E.E. B.M,E. Michael E. Madden Robert Wm. Maddox Michael E. Maffett RiChHI'd E- Mfihally Albert M. Mangin IHCk R. Marett B.M.E. B.S.l.M. B.S. App. Biol. BS. Text. B.S. Phys. B.E.E. A1811 L- Martin Daniel P. Martin B.s. App. Psy. BS- App. Math Iames A. Martin Rand D. Martin B.Ch.E. B.S.I.M. Benny L- Mariz David P. Mason Kenneth E. Mathis james H. Maughon Ieffery L. Maxey William D. Maxham B.B.C. B.1.E. B.E.E. B.C.E. Bs. App. Psy. Bs. Phys. Gary H. McAuliffe Robert A. McCall Iohn M. McCarthy Ioseph P. McCloskey Michael H, McCloskey Eugene L. McCord B.M.E. B.S.I.M. B.S.I.M. B.S. App. Math B.A.E. B-S-I'M- Vincent A. MCC0rd Reagan S. MCCOy Stephen C. McCranie Donald G. McDermott R0bert H. McDonald Robert A. McFa1ls B.S. App. Math B.C.E. B.I.E. B.M.E. B.C.E. B.A.E. Class of 1968 Ioseph C. McKinney Terry D. McKnight William R. McLellan Patrick F. McMahon Bruce K. McMurray l0hT1 Radford McRae B.E.E. B.E.E. B.S.l.M. B.l.M. B.A.E. B.S. Chem. William Walter Mee Kerwin K, Meingrt Harry C. Menhorn Ioel Marc Merren Addison Lee Messer Iames Edwin Meyer B.I.E. B.Ch.E. B.I.E. B.S.I.M. B.l.E. B.M.E. Scott A. Mikkelsen W. T. Mikolowsky Charley Harry Miller Frank Iames Miller Terry Allen Miller William Casty Miller B.M.E. B.A.E. B.A.E. B.C.E. B.E.E. B.C.E. M. S. Millhollan Cooper N. Mills Michael T. Mills john Lee Mitchell L01-1iS Adair MitChGll Marvin G. Mitchell B.E.E. B.S.l.M. B.I.E. B.A.E. HS. Chem. B.M.E. Robert B. Mitchell David Hugh Mobley Terry Paul Moncrief Clarence E. Monfort Douglas Roger Monk Charles L- MOHUOt B.s.1.M. 13.3. App. Math B.s. App. Math B.s.1.M. B.I.E. B.Ch.E. Class of 1968 Lewis E. Moore Michael I. Moore David H. Moreton Arthur Ben Morris Ion Michael Morris Iudy Claire Morris B.Ch.E. B.l.E. B.S. App. Biol. B.l.E. B.I.E. B.T. Chem. Anders R. Mortenson lack M. Moshell Edward T. Motter Robert L. Moultrie Leland B. Mowry Kenneth W. Murphy B.A.E. BS. Phys. B.E.E. B.C.E. B.S.l.M. B.E.E. Lamar l-I. Murphy, Ir. Harold Mushinsky Ioel Noland Myers Floyd R. Nation Iames Eugene Negro Marvin R. Nelson B.E.E. B.E.E. B.E.E. B.M.E. B.E.E. B.M.E. Harvey M. Nesmith I.'H. Netherland Steven lay Newfield Iames L. Newsome Franklin Ross Nix Iohn Bellot Nix, Ir. B.S.I.M. B.I.E. B.S. App. Math B.E.E. B.S.I.M. BAE. Bruce Wester Nolte David Alan Norman Iames Brian Nuttau Ben Lee Odum, Ir. Wayne L. Ohlinger Charles Milton Orr B.E.E. B,S. App. Math B.E.E. B.l.E. B.Cer.E. B.S. Chem. Tim B.l.E. othy I. Oshea Roy H. Owen Charles P. Pace William 'E. Page Gaudencio Paguibitan Thomas A. Park B.A.E. B.Ch.E. B.S.I.M. B.C.E. B.S. App. Math im H. Parker B.S.I.M. I Kenneth L. Parker Charles A. Parsons George T. Parsons Leroy M, Par-tin Willie E. Pasley B.S.I.M. B.S.I.M. B.E.E. B.E.E. M-W-Y....-,., , W .... 4:t3fYi Richard M. Patchin Franklin E. Patrick B.S. Text. B.S.I.M. Howard Wm. Patrick Iames O. Patrick B.E.E. B.C.E. lack M, Paul Roy W. Pearce, Ir. Ronald G. Pearl Ioseph V. Pearson Iohn R. Peckham Iohn S. Pehler B.I,E. B.S. Text. B.E.E. B.I.E. B.E.E. B.S.I.M. Barry E. Penland Iames L. Pent james H. Pepper Iohn R. Perry Iames M. Petway Claude R. Phillips B.E.E. B.S.I.M. B.S. Text B.S.I.M. B.E.E. B.I.E. Class of 1968 jerry Owen Phillips William K. Phillips 1. C. Picciuolo William E. Pielop Raymond F. Pierce Robert T. Pierce B.E.E. B.Ch.E. B.A.E. B.I.E. B.S. Math App. B.I.E. Iames Donald Pigue Robert F. Pinkerton Francis I. Pitoniak Ioel Candler Pittard Daniel Iohn Plafcan David Allan Porter B. Arch. B.S.l.M. B.A.E. B.S. App. Biol. B.I.E. B.S.I.M. RiChHrd P. Potekhen Mahala lean Potter Louie Iames Powell Edna Ruth Pressley Iohn F. Preston Miller Hudson Price B.A.E. Bs. App. Biol. B.E.E. B.cer.E. B.s.1.M. Robert Kimball Price William E. Pugh Carl Alexander Puls Franklin D. Pye Victor Quant Melvin I. Quick, Ir. B.l.E. B.C.E. B.S.l.M. B.Ch.E. B.S.I.M. B.S.I.M. William D. Quinn K. B. Rainwater Agustin A. Ramirez Gerald E. Rand, Ir. Thomas Byron Rand Frederick I. Ransom B.S.I.M. B.Ch.E. B.A.E. B.S. Text. B.I.E. B.S.l.M. Class of 1968i D. G. Rauschenberg Arthur C. Rawls Allen Ray Iames Billie Ray, Ir. H. B. Reddick, Ir. Richard W. Redditt B.B.C. B.S. Text. B.S.l.M. B.S.l.M. B.M.E. B.I.E. Charles David Reed Donald Brian Reed Richard L. Reeves Harold F. Reheis Stuart R. Reisman I. W. Replogle, III B.I.E. B.E.E. B.I.E. B.C.E. B.C.E. B.Ch.E. Ronald Mell Rhodes Volley L. Rice G. B. Richardson Iames E. Richmond Hugh Morrow Riddle Derek Clive Rigby B.C.E. B.M.E. B.S.I.M. B.I.E. B.S.I.M.N B.M.E. Iames Henry Rinker Iames M. Riordan George Roy Ripley G. W. Robertson Iohn H. Robinson, Ir. P. M. Robinson B.M.E. B.S. Chem. B.A.E. B.C.E. B.E.E. B.T.Ch. Scott Dean Rodgers I. Roberto Rodriguez Arthur Louis Rogers David F. Rogers Ioseph W. Rogers, Ir. Thomas Lee Roller B,A,E, B.S. Text. B.A.E. B.S.l.M. B.S.I.M. B.E.E. Iames H- Romine Edmond P- Rondeau l0hU E- R0ClUet Richard W. Rosebush George I. Roussos Robert G. Roy B.I.E. B. A.I'Cl'l. B.E.E. B.S.l.M. B.C.E. B.S.l.M. vc. im Thomas M. Ruffin David A. Rumrill Iohn W. Rush jghn P, Ruys Edward M, Salley, Ir. Charles In Sancinito B.I.E. B.A.E. B.s.1.M. B. Arch. B.I.E. B.C.E. Iames R. Satterfield Charles D. Scales B.S. Text. B.I.E. William Scarborough Robeft l- 3ChaffGf B.S. Text B.S. Phys. 1' ggwf if Bernhard Schlatter Michael Schliessmann Iohn H- SChUmH19fS Harry L. Schwab Peter I. Schwartz R0bGI't I. Schwartz B.M.FI. B.M.E. as. Phys. B.A.E. Q B.T.E. B.s. App. Math Randall B. Scoggins William I. Scripps Charles M. Seabolt Iames L. Seals Ronald Seay Charles B- Sedmflll B.S.I.M. B.S.I.M. B.S.I.M. B.C.E. B.E.E. B-Ch.E- rss in Glass of 1968 Iohn Robert Self Paul Glenn Sell George R. Sewell Iames E. Shearon Stephen T. Shedd Ronald F. Shehane B.A.E. B.E.E. B.C.E. B. Arch. B.I.E. B.I.E. Riley Carl Shelnutt Iohn Robert Shields Michael Davis Shipp David W. Shonerd Lucien B.. Shuler Martin Moses Siegel B.S. Phys. B. Arch. B.M.E. B.I.E. B.S. Phvs. B.Gh.E. Robert L. Simmons Stanley M. Simmons Iames W. Simonds George William Sine Frank R. Skinner, II Robert W. Skogland B.A.E. B.Ch.E. B.I.E. B.E.E. B.M.E. B.C.E. Barry S. Slakman Donnie Robert Sloan Ava Diane Smith Francis Daly Smith Frederick Bond Smith George H. Smith B.A.E. B.l.E. B.S. Text. B. Arch. B.S.I.M. B.I.E. Iohn Kenneth Smith Robin Wayne Smith Sheldon Duns Smith Terrence F. Smith Vernon H. Smith Dale Kenter Snead B.C.E. B.l.E. B.A.E. B.S. Text. B.Gh.E. B.M.E. Class of 1968 Nolan K. Snead Iohn Duffield Snyder George W. Spann W. C. Sparrow, Ir. Douglas I. Spence William L- Spencer B.A.E. B.l.E. B.S. Phys. B.S. Phys. B.E.E. B.S.l.M. Woodie A. Spivey julian Roy Spradley V Samuel C. Spriggs T. W. Stackhouse Leland L. Stanford David Homer Starr B.A.E. B.I.E. B.I.E. B.S.I.M. B.I.E. B.I.E. Edward A- Sftihle. H William Leon Stein Thomas V. Stephens Howard H. Stewart GHFY Michael St01'16 Danny R. Storey B.C6I'.E. B.E.E. B.I.E. B. AI'Ch. B.l.E. B.C.E. Clifford E. Stovall T. B. Stovall, Ir. Carl William Stover joseph P. Straney, Ir. Edward A. Sullinger Richard C. Sullivan B.S. App. Biol. B.M.E. B.E.E. B.E.E. B-S. App. Math B.l.E. Richard D. Summers Ioseph Chak W. Sun Walfred E. Sundberg William W. Swan lack Weaver Swann Henry X. Swanson B.S. App. Phys. B.M.E. B. Arch. B.S. App. Phys. B.S. Text. B.Ch.E. Robert L. Sweatt Carlos M. Talbott, Ir. Carroll Tanner Thomas L. Taylor lack H. Tedards George I. Terry B.E.E.. B.S.I.M. B.S.I.M. B.A.E. B.S. App. Math B.M.E. Bobby M. Thomas jerry K. Thomas Luther I. Thomas, Ir. Walter B. Thomas, III Bernard Thompson Iames S. Thompson B.I.E. B.l.E. B. Arch. B.Cer.E. B.T.Ch. B.S.I.M. Thomas D. Thompson William C. Thompson john R. Thornton, Ir. Timothy B. Tieslau Theodore Titus, IV Harry A. Tomas B.S.B.C. B.E.E. B.E.E. B.C.E. B,E,E, B,I,E, .,y.i,giQ1.,....i: Theodore Tomasovich Edwin L. Tomberlin, Ir. B.S.I.M. B.E.E. ' - writ I x. , ,,. . - I- ,,,..,,,,.. W... Mark H. Toney Donald P. Traviss B.E.E. B.M.E. 4-42"'!I5 Irving F. Trawick, Ir. Robert E. Treadwell jerry B. Tullis Dewitt T. Turner, III Harold I. Turner, Ir. Kyle H. Turner, Ir B.Ch.E. B.M.E. B.S.I.M. B.S.I.M. B.M.E. B,E.E. 4e""" Paul W- Turner Ronald L. Turner Wendell E. Turner William G. Turnley Iohn C- Ulmer Albert L- Ulldefhill B-CCI'-E B.Ch.E. B.S. App. Math. B.S. App. Math B.S.B.C. B.E.E, Class of 1968 R. S. Underwood Armando A. Valdes Willem Vanderzalm Cloyd F. Vanhook B. D. Vanlandingham W. Vanvolkenburgh B.E.M. B. Arch. B.M.E. B.M.E. B.C.E. B.Ch.E. Timothy L. Vining F. H. Vonherrmann R. Vonwerssowetz Don Edward Wade Hugie B. Walker Iimmy Walker B.S. App. Phys. B.E.E. B.E.E. B.Ch.E. B.Cl1.E. B.A.E. Iohnny Bryan Wall Peter Iohn Wall Iohn Melvin Wallace Michael D. Wallace R0bert E. Walters Thomas E. Walters B.S.l.M. B.S.l.M. B.S.l.M. B.Ch.E. B.C.E. B.Cer.E. if AS. Cecil Rhett Ward, Ir. Gary Pelham Ward Kenneth l- Ward William Stuart Ward Robert LHU9 WHF9 William N- Ware, H1 B.E.E. B.A.E. B.S. App. Phys. B.M.E. B.I.E. B.E.E. G, A, Wasghka, Ir, Howard D. Waters Iohn L. Waters Gerald I. Watson W. M. Watson, Ir. Earl M. Weaver B.E.E. B.S.I.M. B.E.E. B.S.l.M. B.S. Chem. B.Ch.E. Class of 1968 Kenneth W. Weiss Richard G. Wheeler V. T. Whitaker, jr. Langfred W. White Robert Wayne White W. Whittenburg B.C.E. B.S. Text. B.S. App. Psy. B.S.I.M. B.E.E.. Laurie David Wicks Arthur M. Wilcox, jr. Harold E. Willett, jr. Chesley G. Williams Dennis K. Williams Howard j. Williams B.M.E. B.S.I.M. B.S.I.M. B.S.I.M. B.A.E. B.S.I.M. john Q. Williams, jr. john R. Williams M. j. Williams, jr. Frank Mercer Wilson john L. Wilson, III Ralph B. Wilson, jr. B.S.I.M. B.E.E. B.E.E. B.S. App. Phys. B.C.E. B.I.E. gal' tw..- D. W, Windsor, jr, Philip M. Wiseman David Earl Witt Mark S. Witten W. K. Woodard, jr. G. C. Woodward B.S.I.M. B.Ch.E. B.I.E.. B.C.E. B.S.I.M. B.S. App. Phys. 3 j, D, Woodward Alan Mark Woolf David R. Worsham james Allen Wright james Lamar Wright john Roy Wright B.Ch.E. B.l.E. B.Ch.E. B.C.E. B.l.E. B.C.E. :fi .1l 1 Q 'W' fm? M Q33 W TM-z'Q , f 2111 'PF 3 ia. Wx, K ' '2 f"'i ' 3 27215 E i.Lf g i 1 fggf, 1-wi A x 114 Jigga ,J Til If I , f 35 rw 1' fi: - . Y 4 i. if HH,-1.5 A .1 5th Year Architects Anthony M. Ames! john B. Beasley David A. Cameron Royal C. Carrington Isaiah H. Dupree B. Arch. B. Arch. B. Arch. B. Arch. B. Arch. Gordon S. Gray Theo Harness, Ir. Iames E. Hickey Thomas A. Kirk Lewis F. Lanter B. Arch. B. Arch. B. Arch. B. Arch. B. Arch. Winford V. Lindsay Rudolph R. McCall David S. McCowen B. Arch. B. Arch. B. Arch. Gerald Moskowitz Wm O. Neuhaus, III Ramon E. Perez B. Arch. B. Arch. B. Arch. Kenneth L. Smith R, Mather Swinford Richard I. Trammell B. Arch. B. Arch. B. Arch... M ,Ll 2 N Y vw x P s 2' 5 gl! 5 -,E ani! I ' 'X if r gg W 'll ' fe Q: fl, RK , .. ,, -Q 1 k Graduate Students Rafael E. Anrrich Antonio Araya L. A. Aronberg Richard M. Baldwin Wm. T. Ballantine Ioel Norman Banks E.E. I.E. I.M. M.E. E.M. I.E. Iames T. Barnett Kenneth P. Battaile Marshall A. Bell Howard Berry Prem Nath Bhandari Donald G. Bodnar l.S. C.P. Ch.E. LS. Arch. E.E. E. Lee Bohannon, Ir. Brendon A. Bond, Ir. Gabriel Borrero Donald W. Bouldin Robert E. Bowling Valmor Adelar Bratz I.M. E.E. I.M. E.E. C.E. I.E. Iames E. Breland Oscar I. Brittingham George N. Brown Roger Alan Brown Wm. Milton Brown Robert E. Brundage C.E. E.E. Ch.E. C.H. E.E. LS. lack E. Buffington Ralph L. Buice, Ir. Kathryn Rose Burke Peter H. Butenschon H. E. Cabaniss Wallace W. Carr C.E. Chem. C.P. Arch. Phys. M.E. Robert L. Carroll Manuel Cereijo Ierry B. F. Champlin Shih C. Chang Chente Chao Richard R. C. Chu Arch. E.E. N.E. E.M. E.E. Ch.E. George M. Clark Thomas B. Clark Dermot I. Collins Wm. S. Cook III Basil P. Cooper Iames M. Corbitt E.E. I.E. Ch.E. Phys. A.E. E.E. Walter W. Cosby Marilyn Costadegomez Kenneth E. Coulon Sam Batman Thomas F. Craft Ir. Francis C. Crotty Ir I.E. C.P. E.E. Tee. Hee. N.E. E.E.. Alpine M. Cumming III Carl R. Cuthbertson Feroze N. Dallas Marcus I. Dash Eli Dassa William A. Dautel I.M. T.Ch. I.E. A.E. E.E. E.M. Marshall I. David Ir. Michael R. Davis Michael P. Deisenroth Raul S. Delgado Robert E. Deloach Benjamin Demayo E.M. I.E. C.E. San.E. Phys. Walter I. Draving, Ir. David C. Driskell Billy Lee Edge joseph Lee Edwards Robert Louis Eigel Raymond K. Elderd E.E. I.M. C.E. Phys, l.E. LE. x i. ia Richard C. Ernst F. M. Eubanks, Ir. Howard E. Fagin Walid Antoine Faraj Kuo Hung Feng Sergio Saul Figueroa A.E. C.E. LE. C.E. C.E. C.E. Roger L. Fitzwilson Wm. Malcolm Flegal Iohn Iordan Fletcher Harvey Ioseph Ford Iohn Charles Ford Paul D. Fowlkes Phys. M.E. I.M. A.E. Phys. Ch.E. Arnold Frauonfoldor Kelly Glenn Fugate Iames Daniel Garber Ponnattu K. George Sfflmbhllrlath Ghosh Pedro Raul Gomez Math l.M. Cl1.E. l.E. SSH. E. Arch, I, G, Gggdwin, jp, Bernie I. Grablowsky Iames B. Grant Donald R. Greer Milton S. Gumm D. H. Gunther, Ir. Ch.E. I.M. CE, Text. l.S. T.E. Graduate Students ur" Lon Day Hadden Iohn R. -Haeger, Ir. Ronnie Lee Hale lack Curtis Hammett C. E. Hammond Iohn Stewart Hassell Math. E.E. Chem. E.E. A.E. C.E. Eugene A. Hatfield Alexander S. Hawes lames Hale Hawkins Thomas B. Hawkins Harold Paul Hazen Hartmut Hebsaker Biol. N.E. E.E. I.M. C.E. I.M. Manuel A. Herrera Richard Wayne Hess ThOmHS Iohn Hessler Roger David Hester Iames Edward Hicks Iames Edward Hicks LE. M.E. E.E. Ch.E. I.M. A.E. Robert Howard Hill Rgbept Glgnn Hinkle Richard Iames Holt Ernest W. Horne Robert Lind Horton Peter Iohn Hotine Chem. l.E. Ch.E. Met. Math C.P. I-leng Wai Hsu Henry T. Hudson Ionathan Oscar Huff Ian Hulsebos E. D. Huthnance Richard M. Ingle M.E. San. E. Text. Ch.E. Math Math 400 Graduate Students Roy Terry Ivester Takaya Iwamoto A. E. jackson, Ir, Carleton W. Iackson William E. Iackson Thomas D. Iohnston l.S. A.E. I.M. I.M. LE. E.M. Lyman C. Iones, Ir. Martin F. Iue Gen Yu Kam Frederick G. Kelley Ioseph Donald Kelly Hugh Edward Killin l.M. E..E. C.E. C.E. Text. S.E. Chung Duk Kim Iames Paul Kimmel Kenneth David Kirby Ioseph A. Knight Richard Kohler Tetsuo Kondo E,E, A.E. N.E. E.E. C.E. LE. , 'bf VZ..":rXi Sushil Kumar Chang Kiang Kuo Te Son Kuo Pei Lieh Lai Roy E. Landers, Ir. IHIIISS H. Landgrebe l.E. E.E. BE. Ch.E. Phys. Psy. Douglas B- Lfmsille R- Leatherwood Maw Huei LW? Shing Ted Li Iohn A. Liddle Allan M. Lindsey Phys. l.E. EE. E.E. Chem. M.E. Harry Robert Little William A. Little Gerald Stephen Long Richard A. Lorey Iames R. Maclean Hirendra Majumdar San.E. Phys. E.E. Phys. E.E. C.E.. QTL"- , ...K Miroslav Marek Cecil E. Martin Robert Michael Mass joseph A. Matos, Ir. Ronald C. Mayer William T, Mayo Met. I.S. E.E. E..E. E.E. E.E. W""iuv Q . Richard S. McAdams David R. McElroy, Ir. Ronald W. McGregor Donald S. McKee H. R. McPhail, Ir. P. Meekuniam M.E. E.E. M.E. E.M. l.M. ME.. Donald L, Meyer lngolf A. Meyerplate Ernesto A, Mieres Madison N. Milhous William P. Miller, III G. Milresalazal' LE.. LE. l.E. A.E. M.E. l.E. A--...dr Henrietta G. Mitzner C. G. M0I1tg0II1GI'y Iorge Iesus More Charles F. Morris Iohn Travis Moseley G. E. Mouchahoir C.P. M.E. Math E.E. Phys. C.P i Angel Munoz Ieanne M. Murray Robert L. Mushen Yusuf G. Mussalli Douglas H. Neale P9dF0 Af1f0Hi0 Nino l 13.13. Ls. EM. C.E. A.E. CLE. 402 Denis N. Nonaka T. M. Northrop Huey Neal Nunnally W. M. Odowd, Ir. Saves Ozmelek Ben Hill Parham Text. Ch.E. E.E. E.E. NE. I.M. Theodore A. Parish Song Kook Park Yang Ia Park Iulio lose Pascual St9PhEn L- Passmfm Dady IH1 Patel N.E. Ch.E. Biol. l.E. E.M. M.E. bn' Robert E. Patrick Amrit Kumar Paul Scott R. Penfield, Ir. Phillip E. Plemmons Peter H. Prasthofer B. W. Putriment N-E- E..M. N.E.. N.E. E.M. E.E. William L. Ray P. Reablerthirun Howard W. Reese Philip B. Reinhart IOSeph M. Reynolds lung Ung Rhee I.M. C.E. Math Phys. N.E. Chem. Graduate Students Hernan A. Rincon Archie D. Rodgers Charles R. Roeder D. S. C. Roja Robert Seay Rudland Clifford A. Ryffel C E T E I S I E M E A E QA Eivind P. Rynning Christian I-I. Sachs Hector Mike Salgado Parviz Samar Eduardo G. Sanchez l.M. Psy. LM. C.E. l.E. 'Q' new-V IOhH A. SCHrdiI1H David Miles Schiff David N. Schultz Paul Anthony Sessa David C. Seymour EE. Biol. E.E. Cl1.E. A.E. Hugh A. Sanders Math Paul Yaotseng Shane E.E. Arkal S. Shenoy Tomoo Shibata Esk Eng Kuo Shih Iohn Warner Shipley Iohn Ioseph Shuler N.E. Chem. C.E. E.M. I.S. Robert W. Shuman Text. Wm, Alan Nelson Sirkin IIIBZ Sletta C.E. CP. Robert M. Snuggs German Soler Wm. M. Sprinkle Phys. C.E. Chem. Emanuel Stamatakis Chem. Graduate Students joel Roger Steine K. W. Stephens Charles E. Stires Gerard Edwin Streb S. G. Strickland Iames C. Sturrock I E N E E E E E C E E E Walter Gary Suttle Kenneth I. Sweeney David M. Swierenga Steven I. Szablewski Robert I. Tacelosky Shin Ichi Takahashi E.E. I.E. I.S. C.P. Text. IE. Carlton G. Thomas Robert G. Thomas Harry M. Thron Dwight Lee Totten Robert Neil Trebits Kam Chuan Tse M.E. I.M. Met. I.E. Phys. C.E. George G. Tucker john Defoix Tucker Frank Norman Tuller Iohn Richard Ulery Lek Uttamasil Tamer Uzun E.E. Text. Chem. C.E. Cer.E. C.E. Robert Bruce Vail Demetrios Vainalis Iavier de V. Varela Steve Voytek, Ir. Brenda M. Waldon Thomas I. Waller I.E. M.E. C.E. I.E. Biol. I.M. james A. Walsh Gary W. Webster David P. Wehmeyer Nan Wei Douglas E. Wendell David I. Westerman C.E. I.M. M.E. Ch.E. C.P. E.E. Russell P, Wharton Richard A. Whisnant George E. W'hite, III Olin Alvin Williams Wayne Storey Willis R0b91't W- Winn E.E. M.E. San.E. E.E. C.E. I.E. It. Richard H. Woodlee Hisao Yamada Chia Chi Yang Shih Lung Yao Yo Kil Yoon Ray Curtis Young I.M. C.E. Chem. M.E. Ch.E. Text. Victor Y. C. Young Hsinshgm Yuan Walter Zimmermann Ierome Ioseph Zovne Ulf Oskar Berggvist Peter Iochen Opelt A.E. I.E. I.E. C.E. Phys. C.E. 4 Abbott, A. W. Ackert, R. C. Acosta, N, I. Acree, W. F. Ajhar, M. Akins, T. E. Alexander, C. W, Alexander, H. Allen, W. O, Almand, I. Z. Andel, H. G. Anderson, I. I. Andrews, I. L. I. Anthony, M. c. Appleby. M. R. Ard, F. R. Arguello, I. G. Arias, A. Atkins, B. D. Audas. I. W. Autdfidge, 1. D. Austin. W. W. Bachman. R. L. Bagley, R. A Baker, C. E. Balkcum, C. W Ball, W. l. Ill Baltzell, T. V. Barnes, S. P. Barrett, R. R. Basnight, W. G Bass, C. W. Bass, G. S. Bassett, D. D. Baughan, I. R. Beasley, M. A. Bell, C. F. Bell, D. C. Bennett, D. E. Ir, Bennett, I. I. Bennett, P. I. Bennett, T. B. Bentley, W. G. Berger, I. R. Bergeson, D. A. Berry, T. 1. Ir. Beswick, P. G. Betsill, I. F. C1 S lgE12SVgilCg?rl:TnL1ly Carter, junior N.. .5-I 755 cw rv Bing, T. B. Bishop, G, M. Bitterman, A. M. Black, R. G,, Ir. Blacklock, R. M. Blackwell. B. K. Blanding, A. G. Blankenship, G. W Bohannon, M. A, Bomar, L. C. Bonnul, D. S. Boroughs, G. B, Host, C. M. Bottoms, Wm. C. Bowen, H. E. Bowen, I. I. Bowman, M. E. Boyd, W. M. Bozo, W. G. Brauketl, G. S., Ir Braid, M. H. Brannon, S. E. Brasfield, G, E, Braswell, I. W. Braswcll, T. S. Brinkman, H. A. Brissey, C. C. Brin, 1. R. Broome. P. H. Brown, C. H. Brown, G. B. Brown. G. R. Brown, I. W. Brown, I. C. Brubaker, M. L. Brunson, D, L. Bryan, I. H. Bryan, T. G, Bryant, I. T. Bryson, R. W. Buckels, I. W. Bugg, D, W. Burke, S. F. Burks, H. L. Burnett, I. C., Ir. Burrows, I. E., Ir. Burton, D, M. Bush, S. S. Butler, H. D., Ir. Butler, I. M. Butynski, D. L. Bynum, I. R. Calhoun, R. M. Calvert, I. W. Campbell, I. M. Cantrell, C. B., Ir Captain, R. V. Cardall, R, I. Cardos. I. L. Carpenter, T. K. Carrekcr. I, R. Carlor, I, B., Ir. Carter, R. H, Cartllzdgc, I. W, Cartwright, C. C, Carver, B. F, Casale, P. R. Castlejohn, A. Cauble, T, G. Caylor, L, N. C. Chaffin, I. E. Chalk, I. F, Chambers, A. I, Chapman, T. A. Chappell, S. G. Chastain, I. T. Checketts, R. L, Chin, H. Chunn, S. L. Clarke, I. R. Clements, W. I. Cobb, M. I, Cuggins, I. D. Cohen, M. M, Coker, S. C, Cole, I. T. Colker, T, M. Collier, W. K. Cook, H, A., Ir. Cook, L. W. Cook. R. R. Cooper, R, I. Costley, I, H. Couey. F. T. Cox, F. L. Cozzens, R. I. Crace, I. A. Crannell, D. I, Crawley. D, M., III Crews, C. A. Crews, V. K. Crockard, D. A. Cronan, L, H, Crowe, W. T. Crumley, A. R. Cuff, A. R. Cullerton, I, M. Culton, I. B. Curry, D. P. Daily, R. H. Dallis, P. A. Danford, H. G., Ir. Darby, R. M. David, I. H. Davidson, B, M. Davis, L. B, Davis, S. D. Davis, S. C. Davis, W. T. Davis, Wm. M. Dawson, M. T. Dawson, R. G. Deamer, D. A. Dean, I. C. Dellinger, S. B, Deloach, T. C., Ir. Dennard, I, E., Ir. Deplazaola, I. A. Derrick. I, H. Dillinger, D. R. Dirring, W. A. Dooly, I. M. Dowdy, T, E. Dracos, I, S. Drevenstedt. G. Dudley, C, E, Dudley, W. E. Duenckel, D. L. Dugger, A. R. Duncomb, D. L. Durrenberger, D. M. Durscher, I. W. Dye, W. P. Dyer, I. T. Dyer, T. M. Earnest, I. T. Easley. I. R. Eastin, R, G. Eaton. R, R. Eavenson, I. N. Edwards, I. C., III Edwards, W. E. Elam. I. S. Elder, H. H. Eldridge, W. D, Ellis, R, I, Elmore, R, H, Emhart, S. W. Epler, W. E. Epps, V. E. Class of 1969 Espinosa, F. F. Etheridge, F. S. Evans, T. F. Faglie. I. C. Farber, H. I. Field. M. L. Fillers, D. G. Fillmore, W. E. Flanders, I. C. Floyd, D. T. Floyd, R. I. Force, I. I. Forshee, E. Forsyth, W. M. Fortson, D. P. Foster, I. S. Fowler, A. R., Ir. Fowler, S. A. Frank, S. D. Freeman, I. E. Freeman, R. A. French, R. C. Freund, W. R., Ir. Frizzelle, C. M. Fulford, P. C. Fussell, K. I. Galloway, R. T. Garcia, S. L. Gentry, L. C., Ir. George. M. S. Gerstner, B. L. Geyer, I. E. Gillis, 1. L. Gilstrag, I. M. Glad, M. I. Goforth, R. H. Goldstein, S. I. Golz, R. A. Goodman, R. M., IV Goodson, D. S. Graham, R. T. Grainger, H. R. Granade, W. M. Grant, I. B. Green, C. I. Green, I. D. Green, S., III Greene, T. V. Griffin, I. C. Groover, S. L. Guerin, M. B., Ir. Gutzwiller, H. L. Gwynn, R. S. Haile, I. D. Haines, D, R. Hall, I. T. Hall, S., Ir. Ham, R. A. Hamrick, I. M. Harbin, H. C. Harden, I. W. Hardin, M. L. Hardy, B. L. Hargrove, I. W., Ir. Harp. C. I. Harrelson, M. T. Harris, B. B. Harris, I. F. Harris, I. W., Ir. Harris. W. H., Ir. Harris, W. L. Harrison, B. K. Hart, M. S. Hariin, I. A. Harvey, R. T. Hay, C. F. Hayes, T. M. Haygood, I. F. I-laynle, F. M., Ir. Hearn, H. C., III 410 Class of 1969 Hedrick, A. F. Heffner, M. T, Helmly, V. Hempson, D, A. Henderson, C. W. Henderson, I. L. Henschel, L. M. Henson, H. M. , Herman, F. A. Herren, R. C. Hester, I. T, Hickerson, T. Wm. Hien, 1. H. Higgins, I. D. Higgins, I. R., Ir. Hightower, N. C. Hill, I. D. Hill, L. W. Hilliard, R. L. Himes, I. F. Hinton, I., lll Hitchcock, l. C. Hock. S, A. Holcomb, I. R. Holler, R. P. Hollerorth, I. S. Holloway, I. W., Ir. Holmes, R. D., Ir. Hunan, I. T. Hooker, W. C. Hooper, F. D. Hopkins, C, L. Hornbuckle, I, E. Housley, K. B. Hudson, I. C. Huff, R. D. Huffmaster, M. A. Hughes, C. W,, Ir. Hughes, T, I. Hughey, I. L., IV Humphrey, I. N. Humphries, G. R, Hunter, A. C. Hyatt, D. L. Ingram, I. E. Ingram, R. L. Iackson, C. A., Ir. Iackson, H, C, Iacobi, D. C. Iacobs, R. M. Iames. F. T. Iehan, H. I., Ir. Ienkins, C. W. Iohnson, I, N. Iohnson, L. M. Iohnson, M. T. Iohnson, N. L. Iohnson, T, A. Iohnson, T, M. Iohnston, B. C. Iohnston, C. Iohnston, C. L. Ioines, I. L. Iones, B. E. Iones, M. L. Iones, R. D. Iones, S. C. Iones, S. R. Iones, T. D. Ionsson, P. G. Iuskus, R. Wm. Iusten, I. I. Kaplan, M. S, Kearns, G. P. Kee, W. L. Kelley. S. W. Kelly. W, M. Kemp, W. M. Kendrick, I. C. Kennedy, K. F, Kephart. G. O., Ir. Kersey, C. S. Kessler, K. V. Keyser, R. S. Kiltie, I. H. Kirby, T. R. Kirkland, E. F. Knerr, P. D. Knight, I. G. Knight, I. H. Knybel, F. E. Koenig, I. W. Koralek, C. S. Krefetz, F. A. Ladd, D. F. Ladd, W. D. Lamon, C. Wm. Lamothe, R. S. Landers, T. B. Landis, B. W. Landrum, C. H.. Ir Lane, G. K. Lane. W. E. Langston, L. S. Lansford, L. R. Latimer, D. A. Latimer, T. G. Law, S. K. Lawrence, C. E. Lawrence. C. O. Ledbetter, K. F. Leegate, G. C. Lefleur, L. R. Legat, M. G. Lenard, A. A. Lenz, R. W. Leslie, T. C. Lever, B. R., III Leveretl, P. H. Levy, M. Lewis, I. W. Lewis, W. H. Liles, R. W. Lips, H. l. Little, I. S., Ir. Logan. C. F. Long, I. A., Ir. Love, L. D. Lucas, W. G. Lukat, R. N. Lumpkin, W. C. Lung, D. Lunsford, E. K. Lutz, T. Lf Lyle, A. E. Lynn, I. W. Lyon, I. W. Lyons, I. I. Lyttle, T. P. Macon. R. Madeira, E. K. Mahaffee, C. R. Malkoff, A. R. Mallard, R. D. Mandell, I. H. Marlow, D. E. Marques, L. R. Martin, D. T. Martin, I. H. Martin, M. S. Marlin, M. L. Martin, R. D. Massey, M. W. Masters. K. L. Mathesoe, F. D. Mathews, D. L. Mauldin, G. E. Maxwell, I. E. May, R. H. Maynard, H. B.. Ir 4 McCabe, I, E. McCall, L. E. McCartney, I. L. McClung, R. D. McCoy, S, E, McCrirhmen, M, R. McCubbin, E. B., Ir McCully, H. B, McDermott, I. E., Ir. McGee, I. L. McKibben, I. C. McKibben, T. C. McKinney, C. D. McKinney, C, G. McKinney, D. I. McLendon, S. A. McMaster, A. V, McMullan, I. B. McMullen, I. C. McNatt, T. G. McNeely, D. G. McWhorter, R. W. McWilliams, L. M. Mears, M. L. Menasehc, C. M. Merriman, I. R, Milam, R. K. Miles, D. R. Miller, C. K., Ir. Miller, R. L. Mims, W. C. Mische, G. D. Miichell, F. L. Mitchell, M. B. Mitchell, R, I. Moncrief, W. A. Moncus, I. W. Monfort, R. D. Montgomery, M. I. Moody, L. W. Moore, C. T. Moore, R, E. Moran, R. E. Mordic, I. H., Ir. Morgan, C. H. Morrill, I. D. Morris, F. M. Morris, H. D. Morris, I. A, Morrison, R. A. Morrison, R. G., Ir. Moseley, I. L. Moseley, I. F. Moses, H. P, Moss, D. H. Moultrie, I. R. Moye, W. R, Mugs, K. E. Murphy, M. D. Murphy, M. E. Murray, A. W, Murray, I. B. Murray, D. A. Nance, R. A. Napier, R. W, Naramore, W. T. Newell, M. I. Newsham, R. S., Ir. Newton, O. R. Nordin, R. A. Norman, S. A. Norris, C. V. Oconnor, T. I, Oglcsby, F. M. Olivares, A, Omer, D. T. Orear, R. L. Orr, H. F., Ir. Overton, R. G. Owen, I. K, Class of 1969 Oxman, A. B. Padgett, H. S. PAlmatier, G. E. Pappas, C. C. Parker, D. M. Parmelee, C. R. Parrish, I. A. Parsons, I. M. Partin, I. G. Paschal, D. C. Patisauc, C. R. Patton, W. I. Paulling, I. M. Peabody, B. R. Peacock, T. C. Penn, T. L. Penson, I. D. Permar, R. Wm. Perry, D. G. Perry, I. L. Peterson, L. W. Petty, A. V., Ir. Peveler, R. D. Phillips, I. P. Pietri, I. A. Ploetz, F. Wm, Pohl, R. O. Ponder, C. W., Ir Ponder, I. M. Pope, I. W. Porter. C. M. Porto, I. V. Poss, I. C. Potts, W. B. Potts, W. I. Poulsen, S. P. Pounds, I. W., Ir. Pram, 1. H. Prevatte, I. O., Ir Prewett, I. T. Priep, A. F. Pruett, W. E., Ir. Pugh, H. I. Purcell, D. B. Purdie, W. I. Purvis, I. C. Quarterman, I. H Rainey, R. A. Ramsey, R. R., Ir. Rankin, D. I. Raper, I. C. Ratay, D. I. Ratay, D. I. Ratteree, I. F. Rayburn, S. D. Reed, S. N. Reeves, C. R. Reid. W, S. Renfroe, I. M., Ir Rezao, G. I. I. Rheams, R. S. Rice, B. C. Rice, H. L., Ill Richey, F. T. Richmond, B. L. Richmond, L. E. Richter, P. M. Roberts, D. N. Roberts, D. R. Roberts, I, R., III Roberts, T. I. Robertson, M. K. Robertson, N. A. Robertson, W. K Rogan, I. B. Rogers, E. H. Rogers, R. Wm. Rogers, T. W, Rojas, A. L. Rollins, C. C. 414 Rosenbaum, R. H. Ross, P, A. Roy, R. R. Rozman, A, T. Sailors, I, D. Sampselce, I. B. Sampson, A. B. Sanders, I, L. Sanders, S. A. Sarduy, O. Satterfield, I. Wm. Sawyer, W. T. Saylor, T. R. Scarborough, E. N, Sohummers, M, K. Schwadron, R. I. Schwartz, A. P, Schwartz, H. H. Scott. B. E. Sewell, D. E., Ir. Shalley, C. H. Shauck, I. W. Shaw, E. V,, Ir. Shaw, P. W., Ir. Shaw, T. A. Shulman, R. M. Shum, Y. K. Shypula, D. P. Sigler, D. H., Ir. Sills, P. A. Simmons, M. R.. III Simonton, K. W. Sinclair, I. W. Sinclair, M. I. Skellie, F. A. Slate, R. H. Smart, I. L. Smith, A. Q,, Ir. Smith, B. D. Smith, C. B. Smith, G. B. Smith, M. A. Smith, P, W. Smith, R, E., Ir. Smith, R. I. Smith, R. L. Smith, S. F. Smith, W. H. Smith, W. A. Snipes, H. G, Soderberg, I. G. Sosnin, C. H. Speicher, R. C. Springfield, R. W. Sroka, R. P. Stalcup, B. W. Stanford, D. L. Stanley, D. R. Stansbury, P. S. Steele, K. A. Stegall, S. L. Stevens, R. B. Stewart, C. P. Stewart. D. E. Stewart, G. A., Ir. Stiles, H. R. Stone, R. D. Stoner, C. S. Story, I. B. Stowers, I. R. Stripling, A. W. Stuart, M. L. Stubblefield, G. L. Stubbs. P. D. Sumner, I. A. Sundermann, B. E Swift. I. Wm., Ir, Swint, A. C., lll Swint, W. B, Swords, P. G. Class of 1969 Taylor, D. L. Taylor, R. F. Teal, W. M. Teem, M, P. Thomas, R. S. Thompson. C. H. Thompson, C. K. Thompson. H. E., Ir Thomson, I. R. Thornton, R. T, Todd, I. R. Todd, R. S. Tolleson, S. P. Tomlin, D. M. Trefry, R. I. Tuck, D. Q. Tucker, K. D. Turlington, C. D. Turner, E. P. Turnipseed, G. B, Tyson, H. D., Ir. Ulrich, E., Ir. Underwofd, Wm. D. Valentie, R. W. Vance, K. C. Vaughan, I. M. Vecchio, R. M. Waohob, R. B. Wachtel, D. R. Wagner, P. C. Wakefield, D. B. Walden, D, L, Walker, D, M. Walker, N. M., Ir. Walker, T. C. Wallace, P, E. Waller, R. H,, III Walls, C. L. Walsh, I. L., Ir. Walworth, I. H. Wanner, T. C, Waters, P. H, Watson, M. D. Wayman, C. L., Ir. Weaver, I, W. Weiler, W. I. Weitzner, L. H. Wells, R. D. West, M. L. West, W. C., Ill Westberry, H. H. Westine, L. WM., Ir. Wheeler, D. S. Whelan, D, L. White, H. G. White, T. A. Whittcnburg, I. P. Wilder, M. E. Wiley, R. L. Wiley, S, L. Williams, C, E. Williams, D. L. Williams, D. M. Williams, G. E,, Ir. Williams, M. B. Williams, M. G. Williams, N, M. Willis, C. N. Wilson, G. M. Wilson, S. S. Wilterdink, M. Windsor, W, D., Ir, Woolley, H. C. Wright, B. D. Wright, I. A. Yeargan, V. B., Ir, Young, R. W. Young, W. S. Zahrn, T. W. Zirczy, G. N, 416 Abelkup, L. E. Abernathy, H. S. Adams, A. H. Adams, W. H. Addams, 1. E. Akins, K. P., Ir. Akridge, D. C. Alvarez, R. M. Alvarez, V. L. Anderson. E, F. Anderson, R. D. Anderson. W. T. Andrews, H. W. Armocida, M, F, Armstrong, R. C. Atkinson, E. S. ww, 1 3 ' 1 E R , 2 3 5 . . 2 . Q , 1 Z . ABOVE:P1C ,Sh- moreC1assa61huirr?1Id2?. Opo Atkinson, H, L. Attridge, W. H. Auld, D, L. Austin, W. D., Ir. Baker, P. S, Baldassaro, I. M. Baldwin, N, E. Balkcom, G. H. Bandlow, I, E. Barker, D, L. Barnes, M. C. Barr, D. R. Barrett, P. L. Bartlett, L, J. Batchelor, D. L. Bateman, G. I, Baumann, I. E. Baumgartner, Wm, Beaird, C. I. Beal, R. S. Bearden, M. F. Bechdol, G, E. Bills, D. E. Belba, V. H. Bell, T. C. Bennett, N, R. Bennett, S. D, Bentley, I. G., Ir. Berry, M, E. Bertucio, R. C. Best, M. E. Beutel, Wm, M, Beverly, R, E., Ill Bevil, W. L, Bevill, I. O. Biber, R. E. Bishop, G. L. Bitterman, B. I. Black, E. C., Ir. Blackstone, A. Blackstone, M. M. Blankenstein, G. A. Blauser, H. R. Bloor. W. R. Blum, M, S. Bobbitt, O. B., Ill Bodor, M. T. Bolen, L. F. Bolick, T, R. Booth, H. S. Booth, R. A, Booth, W. T. Boro, A. I. Bouler, I. W. Bower, H. W. Boyer, S. P. Brabson. I. S. Brahson, W. W. Brackett, T. V. Bradford, D. C, Bradley, H. M. Brady, V. T. Branton, R. H. Bridges, L. I. Brinkman, R. O. Brock, D. T, Brock, I. F., III Brooke. R. E,, Ir. Brooke, R. I., Ir. Brooks, I. C. Broome, W. R. Brown, E. I, Brown, E. T, Brown, F. A., Ir. Brown, R, L. Brown, W. E. Bruninga, R. E. Buchanan, D. R. Bulpitt, W. S. Burghardt, D. C, 4 4 Burn, B. H, Burns, Wm. E. Bush, E. L. Cail, W. S. Calhoun, W. L., Ir. Callaway, F, F. Camp, E. H., III Canup, R. I. Capo, C. M. Carlson, E, C. Carrier, E. L. Carrizosa, A. Carswell, W. D. Carter, R. W. Carter, R. F. Cash, D. I, Catapano, I. Cauclell, L. I. Caudill. C. C. Celko, I. F. Chambless, G. S. Chamlee, R. Wm. Chance, G. A. Chandler, B. S., Ill Chandler, R. A. Chandler, R. B. Chandler, W. E. Cheek, M. D. Cheek, R. L. Cheshire. D. A. Childers, D, W. Chirico, I. M. Chowgule, V. V. Christie, W. B. Churchman, P. A. Cilmi, V. T. Clancy, P. F., Ir. Clanton, H. V. Clark, C. S. Clark, I. T. Clark, K. L. Clarke, D. G. Clarke, S. F. Clary, A. T. Clayton, S. N. Cleveland, C. L. Cleveland, I. C. Cleveland, W. T. Cline, R. E, Cohen, K. M. Cohn, A. W. Cole, S, D. Coleman, I. M. Coleman, I. M. Collier, M. F. Collier, W. W. Collins, D. P. Co1'IE's. S. H. Colstnn, K. L. Compton, I. A. Compton, Z. R., Ir. Conrads, R. I, Cook. I. A. Cook, R. N. Cook, S. L. Cooley, R. W. Corbett, D. K. Cotera, I. F. Coursey, I. W. Cox, P. I., Ir. Craddock, I. M, Craft, I. E. Crescente, I. W. Crisler, M. I. Crosley, R. C. Crowley, A. M. Crye, H. T., Ir. Cunningham, W. C Curl, A. N. Curtis, G. B. Class of 1970 Daniel, I. K. Davenport, B. C. Davis, L. V, Davis, M. E. Dawsey. I. R. Day. R. E. Day, S. T. Deagostini. I. C. Dean, I. T. Debusschere, M. Decker, E. R. Deluca, A. I., Ir. Denning, S. A. Deriso, I. L. Devenny, I. D. Deyo, O. B., Ir. Dickerson, R. E. Dickey, I. F. Dill, L. C, Dixon, D. A. Dorris, A. L. Dorsey, P. I. Doster, C. B. Dotson, W. H. Douglas, W. D., Ir. Downey. G. R. Dozier, R, A. Drummond, I. I., Ir. Dugan, I. I. Dunn, G. R. Dunn, T. H. Durant, P. I. Dyche, P. N. Dyer, B. I. Dykes, I. D. East, C. D. Ebadi, Y. M. Eckert, M. E. Edwards, B. H. Edwards, W. T. Elder, I. M. Ellis, R. D. Elliston, B. C. Emerich, R. E. Esposito, M. I. Eubanks, P. E. Evans, I. Q. Evans, I. H. Everitt, W. F. Eyster, C. R., Ir, Ezzell, H. L. Facella, I. A. Farley, I. D. Farrer, D. F. Fedor, M. M. Ferrell, C. M. Fiegle, F. E., ll Fisher. C. B., II Fishman, L. S. Fitzgerald, M. L. Fletcher, I. C. Fletcher, I. H. Fletcher, L. W. Fletcher, T. P. Flood, F. R. Foltyn, C. M., Ir. Forbus, A. T. Fortin, R. L. Foster, L. D. Fowler, R. E. Fox, L. A. Fraley, G. D. Frampton, l-l. G., Ill Francis, I. C. Franklin, Wm. L. Freeman, I. M. Freund, A. Fritz, D. E. Frost, T. F. Fryer, I. E. 419 420 Fuquea, C. T. Gaddis, W. T. Gaddy, C. R. Gaither, M. S, Gambrell, C. A. Gannon, P. I. Garbutt, G. R, Gardner, G. W. Garey, A. W., Ir. Garlock, P. I. Garrett. M. T. Garrett, T. W. Garrison, A. D. Gasper, L. P. Gaston, G. M. Gaston, I. C. Gates, I. S. Gay, O. M. Gell, D. I. George, P. E. Gibson, D. E, Giles, G. E. Gillespie, A. H. Gillespie, P. D. Gillett, B. K. Gilmore, Wm. B., Ir, Gilreath, C. W. Glaze, T. A. Glenn. D. T. Glenn, I. W. Glover, D. E, Glover, L. E. Godshall, E. F., Ir. Godwin, R. L. Gohn, C. I. Goldblatt, I. L. Goodner, W. D. Goodwin, C, M., Ir. Goodwin, G. I. Goss, R. B. Gossett, S. B. Gottlieb, M. M. Coulde, R. L. Gowder. E. F., Ir. Graham, D. B. Grant, W. A. Gray, G. L. Green, I. W. Greene. H. A., ll Gregory, E. A., Ir. Gregory, H. H. Gretzinger, R. E. Griffin, 1. 1, Griffin, W. R. Griggers, L. M. Griggs, P. H. Grindrod, G. Wm. Griswell, R. M. Gross. C. A. Grubb. G. H. Gullatt, M. A. Gusick, R. I. Haden, I. R. Hagan, D. C. Hahne, F. I., III Hall, A. M, Hall, L, A. Halmos, S. I. Hammett, S. H., Ir. Hammond, D, C. Hammond, D. G. Handell, R. H. Hannon. M. B. Harden, C. C. Hardin. W. B. Harris, H. P. Harris, I. P. Harris, I. S. Harris, M. W. Harris, R. E. Class of 1970 Harrison, G. E. Harrison, W. H. Hatcher, T. I. Hawkins, E. G. Hayes, I. B. Hayes, K. L. Heath, I. C. Hedrick, T. D. Heiclerich, Wm. C. Helman, H. A. Helms, E. S. Helms, E. C. Helton, D. G. Henderson, D. E. Henderson, G. V. Henderson, L. E. Henderson, R. S. Henderson, S. E. Hendrickson, I. I. Hendrix, N. Wm. Hennings, E. Wm. Henry, Wm. D. Henson, L. G. Herbert, I. H., III Herren, N. W., jr. Hertenstein, I. M, Heyward, N. W. Hicks, L. C., III Higginbotham, A. Higgins, B. W. Higgison, I. P. Hightower, I. D. Hill, 1. M. Hill, R. L. Hill, R. A. Hill, w. R. Hinely, I. A. Hires, S. D. Hitchcock, I. W. Hite, H. E. Hockenberry, H. V Hodges, E. W. Hodges, R. K. Hoffman, R. M. Hoffman, W. R., Ir Hogan. M. D. Holbrook, R. F. Holcombe, E. F., Ir Holliman, M. H. Hollingshed. I. L. Hollis, G. L. Holloway, C. L. Holmquist, H. W. Homier, P. A., Ir. Hood, T. H. Hoover, R. A. Hopkins, I. E. Hopkins, T. E. Horion, A. A. Horton, E. D.. III Hotard, D. P. Howard, R. E. Howard, R. B. Hubbard, E. G. Hudson, Wm. T. Huff, R. G. Huft, B. I. Hughes. M. L. Hui, H. W. T. Hultgren, E. W. Humberd, C. C., I Humphries, M. I. Hutson, D. T. Hyatt, T. A. Inman, I. S., Ir. Ivester, F. D. Ivey, I. E. Iackson, G. D. Iacobson, Wm. A. Iames, D. R. Iames, E, L. Iarratt, A. I. Ioe, D. Y, Iuhns, W. V. Iohnson, D. W, Iohnson, D. P. Iohnson, D. R., Ir. Iuhnson, I. H. Iohnson, L. M. Iohnson, Q, R, Iohnson, R. I., Ir. Iohnson, R, L. Iohnson, W. G. Innes, I. P. Iones, R. E. Iones, S. L., Ir, Iones, W. R., Ir. Iory, F. A. Iuskus, E, I. Kays, D. B. Kays, M. R., III Keck, A. I. Keene, W. L. Keife, G. C. Keister, G, P., Ir. Kelley, G. B., Ill Kelm, C. H. Kelman, T. C. Kennedy, R. B. Ketter, F. C. Ketts, B. L. Kiappes, I. L. Kincaid, M. G. King, H. I., Ir. King, R. G. Kirtz, I. M. Kisling, D. L. Kitchens, I. T. Kling, C. V., Ir, Knott, R. A. Koelemay, I. M.. Ir Kramarz. L. Lackey, R. A. Lacour, I. A., Ill Lambert, C. L. Lampkin, C. C. Landrum, E. T., Ir. Lane, E. F. Laporte, K. I. Larson, W. L., Ir. Lathem, T. S, Lawler, I. C. Lay, I. M., Ir. Leaders, M. C, Lee, G. H. Lee, K. Y. Lee, T. W. Leeds, R. I, Legg, A. W. Leow, R. E. Lester, R. M. Lester, S. P. Lewers, G. E. Lewis, R. C. Lewit, E. H. Li, C. W, Lindgren, E. F. Lindsey, E. T. Lips, D. A. Loadholt, I. T. Locke, C. R. Logan, W. S. Long, C. T., Ir. Longley, C. S., Ir. Loti, R. D. Love, D. L. Love, K. B. Lovejoy, W. I, Luck. I. K., III Lue, R. Class of 1970 Lumia, I. S. Lynch, M. A. Mable, C. A. MacFarlane, M. MacHtolff. I. W. Macke, E. I. Mackinnon, R. D. Mahalcy, R. L, Mande, P. R. Manna, I. I. Manning, I. C. Marks, D. M. Marlow, R. H. Martin, A. T. Martin, I. K, Martinson, Wm. R, Massey, A. T. Mathews, A. Q. Mathews, L, K. Mathis, I. E. Matison, H. M., Ir. Matson, C. C. Matthews, R. M. Mayes, I. I. McAcloo, T. N. McClure, I. M. MoCrary, I. S. McCrory, G. E. McCrory, R. T, McDermott, M. C. McDonald, I. M. McDonald, R. B. McDonald. S. K. McElroy, M. T. McGeachie. A. B. McGill, T. O. McGough, I. D. McGraw, M. I. Mclnnis, B. I. Mclntire, B. F. McLean, A. C. McManus, I. R. McWhorter, N. E. Mead, H. W. Medori, S. M. Meisner, L. I. Melvin. G. D. Mendenhall, G. Mercer, H. W., Ir. Meredith, E. I. Meredith, I, S. Metcalf, S. F. Michalec, S. I., Ir. Middlcbrooks, P. B Milam, 1. R., 111 Miller. 1. M. Miller, A. K, Miller, S. B. Mills, D. E. Mills, I. I. Mills, Terry, Ill Mitcham, W, B., Ir Mitchell, E. A. Moncla, S. W. Moon, I. N, Moon, T. W. Moore, B. R, Moore, G. L. Moore, I, R., Ir. Moore, R. C. Moore, W. W., Ir. Moran, C. S. Moran, M. T. Morgan, I. D, Morgan, P. W. Morrell, A. G, Morris, T. A. Morris, Wm. S, Morrison, R. M, Mosher, C. E. Moss, M. D. Mote, R. G. Moter, C. M., III Moye, I. W. Mozley, K. R. Muecke, M. E. Mullis, H. F. Murphy, I. M. Mussclman, C. W. Must, R. T. Myers, I. P. Nance, D. A. Narrie, S. W. Nash, H. R. Neal, G. Y. Negreira, F. I. Nelder, A. L. Nelson, C. W. Neuhaus, C. B. Nevergold, I. M. Newberry, H. L, Newby, W. O. Newman, F. P., Ir. Newton, I. R. Newton, W. A. Niblack, C. W. Nichols, D. I. Ninestein, T. M. Niswander, I. K, Norman, I. S. Norman, W. H.. III North, F. D. Ochiltree, E. I. Oester, A. E. Orwig, K. R., Ir. Osheasy, M, T. Ott, E. S. Owen, R. S. Owings, B. C. Oxford, R. C. Palmisano, P. I. Paris, H. G. Park, T. A., Ir. Parks, D. M. Parris, T. L. Parrott, D. L. Paszkiewicz, S. Pate, I. R. Patton, Wm. G. Paul, D. K. Payne, D. D. Peak. F. D. Peede, C. W. Peregino, L. A. Perozzi, B. P. Perry, F. D. Perry, I. H., Ir. Peterson, C. Peterson, I. F. D, Peterson, K. D., Ir. Pettersen, P. A., Ir. Pettyjohn, P. W. Phillips, R. L. Pickens, W. R., Ir. Pierson, D. A. Piggott, A. R. Pittman, A. L. Pitts, I. C. Poore, I, S. Pope, R. T. Portwood, A. C. Poulos, E. I. Power, W. T. Prescott, A. Wm. Pressley, R. G. Price, C. M. Price, S. R. Prince, R. E. Putnam, G. P. Queen, E. E.. Class of 1970 Quill, I. S. Ragan, E. E. Raines, S. R. Rainwater, I. S. Ratteree, I., Ir. Reaves, A, M. Redd, R. E. Recd, D. T, Reeves, B. I. Reilly, A. F. Reinehr, C. M. Rembert, W. E. Reynolds, D. A. Reynolds, I. W. Reynolds, R. L. Rhodes, D. R. Rice, B. W. Rice, D. L. Richardson, R. M Rickey, R, C, Ridley, P. K. Rippberger, C. M Roach, I. W. Roads. C. A. Roberts, S. N. Robertson, D, H, Robertson, E. L. Robinson, C. B. Robinson, R. D. Robinson, Wm. R Roderick, A. T, Rodgers, B. D. Rodgers, D, L, Rodriguez, I. A. Rogers, I. M. Rogers, V. I. Rooks, C. G. Rooks, M. P. Rose, F. W. Roseman, D. B. Ross, D. C. Ross, T. Roth, B. A. Roth, R. M. Rothwell, R. C. Roughton, G. A. Rowe, G. C. Royal, G. S. Rudzcnski. E. M. Rumsey, I. L. Russell, L. W. Ryder, R. M, Ryer, G. M. Rykard, D. L. Sacco, I, E. Saggese, P. M. Samra, I. A., Ir. Sanders, D. R, Sanders, I. O. Sandler, K. S. Santospago, L. F Sapp, W, M, Sappington, I. P. Sartain, K. A. Saunders, M. P. Sauve, A. D. Schaefer, G. D. Schlendering, S. Schultz, L. L. Schwartz, H. W. Scott, P. I, Scott, W. A. Seevers, E. L. Segall, L. A. Segars, R., Ir. Sessler, S. M. Seymour, S. B. Shabel, I. S. Shamlin, T, S. Shaurette, T. G. Shaver, E. B. Shell, I. B. Shelley, R. S. Shelnutt, L. W. Sheppard, C. T. Shockley, E. I., Ir. Shulmister, G. D. Shuman, I, W. Silver. S. H. Simmons, G. C, Simmons, R. W. Simmons, Wm. I., Ir Simms, D. H. Simpson, A. B, Skelley, D. F. Smith, C, A. Smith, C. P. Smith, 1. B. Smith, P. W. Smith, R. H, Smith, R. M. Snead, F. E, Snyder, T. M. Soderberg, C. A. Soltani, A. Somers, R. I. Sosby, I. R. Soto, A. M. Spaulding, R. A. Speer, R. N, Spradlin, M. E. Slackhouse, A. D. Stakes, B. E. Stanfield, I. T., Ir. Stapleton, S. H. Stark, C. T. Starke, L. D, Steen, M. L. Steinbach, G. K. Steinman, N. Stephenson, B. R. Stewart, B, W., lll Stokes, I. R. Stone, W. D. Stonebraker, E, Story, G. C., Ir. Strickland, S. L. Stringfellow, A. Strom, R. B. Stroyan, D. B. Stuart, I. T., ll Stuhhe, F. M. Stuckey, I. E. Sturkey, I. I, Sullivan, C. T. Swebilius, A. G. Sweitzer, D. S. Tappen, R. M. Taylor, E. C. Taylor, L. H. Taylor, T. E, Teague, Wm. B. Teel, P. A. Terrell, L. A. Tharp, M. K., Il Themm, I. I. Thomas, E. I. Thomas, F. B. Thomas, A. M. Thomas, I. E. Thompson, S. M. Thompson, W. L. Thrift, 1. R. Tillery, D. R. Todd, D. K. Todd, H. M. Truitt, L. S. Trujillo, R. F. Tucker, D, M. Tucker, R. S. Class of 1970 Tuhy, P. M. Turner, B. Turner, I. R., Ill Tyler, I. L. Tyler, M. W. Underwood, I. Underwood, I. R. Usry, E. E. Valentine, I. O., Ir. Vanbrackle, L. N. Vandergriff, D. Vanderhoof, B. C. Vaughan, E. B., Ir. Veckman, M. G. Veryzer, I. H. Vickers, I. C. Viener, M. Villar, I. R. Vonitter, R. W. Wagner, R. D. Walding, I. G, Walker, D. L. Wallace, A. L. Wallace, S. I. Waller, T. E. Walters, W, M. Warburton, R. E. Waring, G. W. Warren, I. D. Waters, H. L., Ir. Watkins, K. S., Ir. Watson, I. P. Wavle, G. R. Weathers, I. M. Weaver, L. E. Webb, I. R. Webb, L. I. Webb, W. S. Weber, F. T. Weiss, H. G. Wells, C. E. Wells, M. L. Wenzel, R. D. Wey, I. D. Wheeler, C, A. White, R, R. White, R. H. White, S. H. Whitener, M. K. Whitley, R. I. Whitmire, D. L. Wilborn, B. G. Wiley, I. Wm. Wilhite, B. H. Williams, H. C. Williams, I. T. Williams, I. F. Williams, R. B. Williams, R. D. Wilson, F, M. Wilson, F, M. Wilson, I. H., Ir. Wilson, L. L., Ir. Wingo, C, M. Woelfl, L. D. Wood, T. L. Woodbridge, R. K. Woodruff, A. I. Woodward, R. H. Wren, D. E. Wyatt, M. M. Wynn, I. L. Wyzga, M. A., Ir. Yaksh, M. C. Yarborough, V. A Zalantis, P. N. Zalmai, G. I. Zampell, R. I. Zawoyskq, R. I. Zyki, L. C., Ir. 4 Abel. W. B.. Ir. Aberson, A. D., Ir. Abner, R, C. Achey, P. D. Acker, R. W. Adair, I. l., Ir. Adams. A. L Adams, G. H. Adams, I. W., Ir. Adams, K. E. Adams, R. S. Adams, R. B. Adams, S. F. Adragna, T. M. Aiken, G. A. Aldridge, S. L. Aldwoxjth, D. R. Alexander, I, B, Alexander, R. I. Alford, R. P. Allen, D. L. Allen, G. T. Allen, j. H. Allen, S. D. Allen, T. I., III Allender, R. A. Allison, B. Alston. R. P., Ir. Altman. A. R. Altman, I. I. Alvarez, W. A. Anderegg, R. G. Class gf 1971 21?.?E1i.3.'Z'f'5i.e.ll.?.11.l'E.Tw" Fresh Anders, S. G, Anderson, D. E. Anderson, E. D, Anderson, H. C. Andrews, C. P., lll Aponte, C, A. Apriletti, 1. Wm. Argoliright, V. Wm. Argyropoulos, C. Arlcdgrr, W. G. Armistcad, I. S. Armstrong, R. E. Arnold, G. B. Arnold, W. P., III Arrington, S. L. Arthur, A. G. Arthur, M. F. Artigas, I. Asbury, W. W. Aseff, G. A. Ashley, L, D. Ashworlh, S. L. Atchison, B, A, Atkinson, I. A. Austin, D. A. Averett, D. H. Baccus, B. L. Bachik, M., III Bachman, R. E. Badertscher D. A. Bagby, C. G, Bailey, M. P. Bailey, R. M. Bainbridge, T. Baker, C. D. Baker, I. R. Baker, I. A., Ill Baker, K. A. Baker, R. N. Baldassare, I. E. Baldwin, S. R. Ball, B. C. Ball, G. F. Ball, R. M. Ballard, S, D. Balsen, W. E.. Balyo, Wm. E, Bankstoe, C. P. Barber, I. S. Bardin, M. I. Barfield, G. Barfoot, A. C, Barnes, G. A. Barnes, H. W., Ir. Barneite, A. A. Barnhill, I. E. Barr, R. H. Barrales, D. I. Barrett, E. C., Ir. Barton, H. E. Bathgate, R. E. Baker, I, S. Baumgarclner, D. C Baumgartner, I. S. Baumgartner, M. Bazemore, G. M. Beacham, C. I. Beal, F. L., lr. Beard, I. T. Beasley, B, S. Beasley, R. R. Beattie, I. A. Beavers, D. S. Beck, L, R, Beck, L. A. Beck, T. G. Beckemeyer, E. Beddingfield, S. Beerman, B. H. Beese, S. A. 4 Behnke, C, Belcher, P. D. Bell, 1. 1. Bell, 1. A., 1r. Bell. L, R. Bellack, M. C. Bellamy, N, C., Ill Bendeck, L. Z. Bennett, S. M. Benson, M. F, Benton, L, A. Bergeaux, P. I. Berman, A. G, Berman, H. G. Berngartt, R, E, Betterton, G. M, Beville, D. L. Bibb, W. F. Bishop, T. C. Black, I. W. Blackburn, M. A. Blackman, A. D. Blackshaw, A. L. Blackwood, R. L. Blair, K. E.. Bland, B. L. Blanton, I. E. Bledsoe, C. C. Blessing, E. E, Bloom, L. I. Blount, D. R. Blum, R. E, Boddiford, D. V, Bneye. B. L. Bohler, R. E. Boileau, I. G, Bolien, R. I. Bollheimer, P, A. Bolton, C. G. Bone, W. T, Bonewitz, 1. D. Bonifay, R. B., Ir. Bonnet C. F. Bonnichsen, B. M. Boren, T. C. Born, B. T. Bossotti, I. M. Bouton, R. R. Bowen, M. F. Bowers, R. S. Bowman, D. S. Bowman, I. D. Bowman, R, F. Bowman, R. P. Bowman, S. W. Boy, E. G. Boyce, I, E. Boyd. F, L. Boyd. S. M. Boyd, Wm. N. Boyer. R, H., lr. Brabec, D. W. Brackin, H. B. Bradbary, D. R. Bradley, S. W. Brady, L. H. Bragg, A, R. Bramblett, I. D. Branan, M. Wm.. Ir Branan, W. H. Branch, L. G. Brandon, B. E, Brandt, I, D. Brass, R. D. Bravo, A. U. Brawley, W, M. Brayton. A. E. Breen, W. H. Breiner, I. P. Bretz, D. G. Class of 1971 Brewer, B. B. Brice, C. Wm. Bridges, W. D, Briggs, T. W., II Brigham, A. E. Brigham, R. A. Brigmond, D. Briscoe, I. H., Ir. Brock, S. D. Brogdon, I. E. Brooks, D, W. Brooks, I. A. Brooks, I. B. Brooks, R. E. Brown, C, E, Brown, C. E. Brown, D. R. Brown, D. B. Brown, C. K. Brown, I. D. Brown, L. L. Brown, O. H. Brown, R. R. Brown, R. N., III Brown, R. L. Brown, R. L. Brown, R. T. Brown, R. D. Bruckmann, R. Wm. Brueggcdann, R, H, Bryan, I. V. Bryan, P. L. Bryan, T. H. Bryant, I. D. Bryant, S. K. Bryson, B. I. Buckhalt, W. W. Buckler, M. I. Bump, G. E, Burfeind, I. Wm. Burgess, E. D, Burgess, Wm. C. Burgin, S. K. Burn, B. B. Burns, F. N. Burns, I, W. Burns, O. M, Burquest, M. B. Burton, C. L. Buteau, B. B. Butler, F. K., Ir. Butler, I, L. Buttermore, M. D. Buttram, P. B, Butzon, C. P. Bynum, I. C., Ir. Cagle, G. C. Cagle, R. F. Cahn, R. M. Caiella, I. M. Caldarale, C, R. Caldwell, C, K. Calhoun, L. B. Callis, C. W. Camp, G. W, Campbell, D. Campbell, I. F., Ir. Campbell, S. G. Capers, Wm, A., Ir. Carballeira, I. F. Carling, B. I. Carlo, O. Carlson, L. D. Carnes, W. S. Carpenter, D. W, Carpenter, I. H. Carr, P. H. Carr, S, P. Carr, Wm. W., Ir. Carraway, R. S. Carrington, C. E. Carroll, C, E. Carroll, C. I., III Carroll, E. B., Ir, Carroll, H. E. Carroll, L. D. Carroll, W. I. Carruthers, T. I. Carter, I, H. Carter, K. D. Carter, C. A, Carter, R. B., Ir. Carter, W. B. Casey, G. R. Casey, W. F., III Caskey, I. A. Cassidy, R, Wm. Casilebcrry, T. E. Chalk, I. W. Chamberlin, I. Wm. Chambers, T. M, Champion, R, S., Ir. Chan, P. K. Chandler, B. W., Ir, Chandler, I. C., Ir. Chandler, W. H, Chapman, G. L. Chapman, P. D. Cheek, D. L. Cheek, H. D. Cheek, I. T. Cheek, R. D. Cheek, W. V. Chenauli, L, A. Chenauli, W. H. Cherry, W. E. Child, R. F., III Childs, R. H. Christie, H, A. Christman, I. W, Clark, B. I. Clark, C, N. Clark, H. B. Clark, L. B. Clark, L. L, Clark, S. E. Clark, W. C. Clayton, R. Y. Cleveland, G. D. Cloudi. I. D. Conrsey, C. L. Cobb, M. R. Cochran, I. E. Cockerham, R. P. Cocowitch, I. H. Coffey, Wm. S. Cogbill, P. H., II Cohen, H, I, Cohn, D. H. Colberi, L. B. Cole, H. B, Cole, V. L. Coleman, G. W., Ir Coleman, I. D, Coleman, I, A. Coleman, T. A. Coleman, T. M. Coleman, Wm. M. Collado, I. M. Collier, D. M. Collins, D. S. Collins, H. R, Collins, I. I. Collins, I, L. Collins, R. P. Colson, I. M. Combee, B. L. Comerford, I. E, Conlan, G. E. Coody, D. F. Class of 1971 Cook, B. I. Cook, D. W. Cook, F. L, Cook, R. E. Cooke, R. I. Coon, R. H. Cooper, S. W. Cooperman, S. I. Corbin, I. C. Corbin, O. B. Corkery, P. I. Cornett, D. E. Cornett, W. D. Cornwell, I. S. Cornwell, L. W. Cornwell, R. L. Corr, R. M. Costanzo, H. Cottrell, R, E. Couch, I. H., Ir. Covucci, D. C. Cowan, R. D. Coyle, H. B., Ir. Crabtree, R. P, Craft, T. N., Ir. Crafts. F. C. Craig, B, Wm., Ir. Craig, D, A. Cranmer, D. C. Crawford, C. I. Crawford, H. O., Ir. Crawford, T. H. Cribb, R. T., Ir. Criltendon, L.. H. Crockard, D. E, Crocker, I. H. Croley, I. T. Cropsey, P. A. Crosley, T. I. Cross, S. F. Crowe, F. I. Croy, I. M. Crutcher, T. M. Culbertson, A. M, Culbertson, E. T. Cundy, D. R. Cunningham, A. Cunningham, R. W. Cunningham, R. C. Currens, R. B., Ir. Curtis, M, S. Curtis, W. H. Dadakis, G. T. Danchelz, F. L. Daneke, D, Danforth, D. R. Daniel, C. E., Ir. Daniel, C. S. Daniel, I. W, Daniel, S. L. Daniel, W. R. Darcy, I. I. Davenport, I. Y. Davies, I. P, Davis, C. A. Davis. D, W. Davis, D. I. Davis, F. D. Davis, G. T. Davis, H. F, Davis, I. A. Davis, I. L., Ir. Davis, K. L. Davis, L. R. Davis, P. E. Davis, R. A. Davis, R. I. Davis, R. E. Davis, R. E, Davis, R. W. 4 Davis, R, E. Davis. S. C, Day, R. M. Dear, G. C, Deason, G. H. Deberry, P., Ir. Deboer, G. H. Dekanter, S., Ir, Delacey, I. G. Delesdernier, D. L Delgado, D. D. Dellinger, D. A. Delosky, A. I. Dembsky, M. A. Demetriou, R. W Dempsey, C. M. Denise, D. T. Denison, D. M. Denney, T. F. Denning, R. M. Dennis, C. C. V. Dennis, G. W. Dennis, I, M. Densmore, K. C. Dent, R. A. Deremer, I. N. Derosa, N. H. Dickman, B, A. Dieckmann, D. L Dijoseph, I. A. Dilts, L. Wm. Dinnis, I. A. Dipetrillo, I. Dipictro, P. D. Dishion, S. L. Ditlow, A. T. Dixon, C. M. Dixon, L, S. Dodge, L. G. Doehla, R. H. Dolyniub, H. I. Donaldson, K. A, Dondero, Wm. E Donovan, I. M. Dotson, A, P. Dowd, B. E. Doyle, M. T, Dragalic, D. I, Drake, C. R. Drake, I. T. Drane, E. B. Drew, I. L. Dreyer, R. H. Driggers, D. L. Driggers, S. F. Drinkard, Wm. D Driskell, R. E. Duckn, K. Dada, T. 1. Duello, Wm. L. Duff, K. T. Dugan, K. M, Duke, D. R. Duke, M. T. Duncan, E. M. Durden, I, G. Durkin, Wm. V Duika, G. N. Dutro, R. C. Duval, R. D. Eaddy. L. L. Eanes, E. S. Ebert, K. H, Ebert, W. P. Ecklund, E, M. Edmonsoe, I. W Edwards, B. M. Edwards, I. L. Edwards, I, A, Edwards, R. C. Class of 1971 Eelman, B. W. Egglefield, S. Ekholm, E. L., Ir. Elder. D. E. Ellerbee, T. V. Ellett, I. C., Ir. Ellington, L. F. Ellington, L. W. Elliott, S. L. Ellsworth, T, C. Ensign, H. A. Enyeart, T. D. Erpenbach, I. I. Erwin, I. A. Esserman, E. N. Etheridge, K. C. Ethridge, D. I, Ettenger. R. L. Eubanks, I. R. Eudaly, E. M. Evans, I. W. Evans, R. E. Evatt, R. I. Everett, I. A. Eversoll, D. D. Eyerman, F. L. Facemire, I. P. Faircloth, R. O. Fallin, C. D. Farmer, C. L. Farmer, I. H. Farr, W. R. Farrell, S. I. Farris, C. A. Faubion, R. B. Faucett, I. M. Faulk, A. D., Ir. Faulkner, Wm. B. Faulstich, R. I. Fawcett, A. R, Fears, M. P. Fechtel, I. I. Fehn, C. F. Felts, W. T., Ir. Fergusoe, T. R. Ferguson, T. W. Ferrazzuolo, R. Ferry, F. A., Ir. Ficken, A. R. Field, G. A. Finch, K. L. Fink. D. G. Finley, C. C. Fischer, I. E. Fisher, S. T. Fisher, Wm. M. Fite, C. B. Fitzgerald, I. M. Fitzpatrick, T. M. Flaque, G. I. Fleming, G. G. Fleming, S. R. Fleming, W. L. Flentke, D. L. Florence, W, L. Flowers, D. A. Flowers, L. S., Ir. Flowers, W. C. Floyd. R, C. Fluhr, W. H. Flury, A. D. Flynn, M. T. Ford, P. B., III Fordham, F. W. Foreman, E. S., III Forer, I. S. Fort, W. C., Ill Foster. A, T, Foster, R. E. Foster. S. F. 4 Fouche, W. E. Founiaie, A. I,, Ir Fowler, C. E, Fowler, M. R. Fowler, G. M., Ir, Fowler, T. R. Fox, B. I. Fox, I. E., Il Fradin, G, S. Frankie, R. S. Fraser, R. E. Frate. D, C. Frazier, I. F., Ir. Frederick, A. R. Frcclctte, D. I. P. Friedman, G. E. Friedrich, W. N. Fries, M. Fritz, R. H. Frost. M, R. Fulton, I. W. Fundcrburg, L. W Funsten, W. B. Futch, D. G. Futrell, D. M. Fyffe, D. E, Gaddis, C. L, Gaddy, R. Q, Gallman, M. H. Gandy, I. C. Gann, D. E. Gardiner, F. E. Gardner, I. A., Ir. Gardner, R, I, Gardner, R. W, Garfield, R. L. Garr, D. L. Garrard, R. I. Garrett, P. T. Garvin, D. L. Gary, I. E, Gaskill, G. E. Gaulrlen, H. C., Ir Gaull, D. A. Gay, M. C, Gazaway, M. D. Geba, P. M, Gee, W. F. Geiger, I. G. Gcnoble, A. L. Gent, F. M. Ghassemieh, F. Gibbs, L. L. Gibbs, P. E. Gibson, C. W. Gibson, G. T. Gibson, G. S. Gibson, M. A. Gilbert, E. T. Cilley, A. M. Gilliam, 1. L., III Gilmore, M. K. Gimson, I. R. Ginn, B, K. Gipsnn, I. R. Glass, D. E. Glass, S. I., Ir. Glenn, W, I. Glickert, W. W. Goehle, R. P. Goetzmae, I. R. Goldbaugh, I. L. Gonsalves, L. C. Gonzalez, G. I. Gonzalez, R. R. Good, A. M. Goodman, D. E. Goodman, I. .M. Gordon, G. K. Gordy. L, T. Class of 1971 Goslee, E. P. Gould, B. C. Gower, C. B. Grant, W. W. Cruy, C. I. Gray. H. P. Gray, I. H. Gray, K. M., Ir. Green, I. D. Green, L. W. Green, W. R. Greenberg, C. E. Greene, D. G. Greene, R. 1., Ir. Gregorio, D. A. Gregory, R. T. Gregory, Wm. C, Grelzinger, I. A. Gribok, S, P. Griffeth, R. R. Griffeth, R. S. Griffin, I. B. Griffith, C. R. Grimm, T. H. Grisham, I. M. Groover, I. A. Gross, K. E., Ir. Grynkewich, G. Gunter, G. S. Gurry, F. H., Ir. Guthas, A. R. Guthrie, K. I. Guy, R. M. Hackney, G. B. Hailey, R. S. Hairston, D. E. Hale, D. G. Hall, C. P. Hall, H. E. Ham, I. C., Ir. Hamby, R. C. Hamil, I. B. Hamilton, D. M. Hammel, I. C. Hammond, H. M Hampton, M. A, Hamrick, E. C. Hamrick. I. S. Hancock, D. S. Hand, I. R. Haney, T. W, Hankins, D. K. Hanlin, A. E., Ir. Hannon, D. H. Hansell, L. F. Hanson, T. M. Harder, Wm. H. I-lardesty, T. V. Hardwick, I. W. Hargrave, I. I. Hargrove, Wm. F Harich, I. T. Harkey, S. D. Harmon, D. C. Harmon, W. C. Harmon, W. Harms, D. E. Harper, R. M. Harrington, D. I. Harrington, R. D. Harris, B. I. Harris, A. M. Harris, T. E. Harris, W. A. Harrison, R. S. Harriss, I. E. Hart, I. R. Hart, T. B. Hartlep, D. K. Hartley, A. G, W Hartman, F. W, Harvey, C. E. Harwell, I. L. Hassett, T, E., III Hassinger, L. K. Haug, O, W. Haughton, R. H. Hay, R. I. Hay, W, H., Ir. Hayes, W, T. Hays, R. C. Hayward, P. B, Head. I. C. Head, M. E. Heaton, 1. T. Hebb, D. W. Hedge, S. I. Helf, S, 1, Helinger, K. S. Henderson, B, F. Henderson, C. L. Hendcrsfn, E., lr. Henderson, I. L. Henderson, I. A. Hendrix, W. A. Henry, B. W. Henry, M. C. Henry, T. R. Henry, W. W. Herbst, R. W. Herndon, Wm. E. Herr an, P. R. Herrin, P. O., Ir. Herrington, C. Herrington, L. W, Herrington, S. C. Hewitt, A. W. Heyward, I. S. Hicks, I. D. Higgins, M. E: Hightower, G. H. Hsu, C. R. Hui, G. F. Hill, 1. w. Hill, R. A., ir. Hin, R, w. Hilton, j. W. Hines, K. D, Hinton, R. B. Hite, L. A., Ir. Hite, R. H. Hixon, C. G., III Holman, M, D. Hodge, T. H. Hodges, C, W. Hodges, D. A, Hoe, H. L. Hoff, A. L. Hoffenson, R. M, Hoffensfn, T. M. Hoffmann, A. H. Holbrook, R. S. Holcomb, D. W. Holden, R. G. Hollis, I. G. Hollis, I. M. Holloway, D. L, Holloway, R. M, Holman, W. W. Holmes, R. C. Holt, A. Z., lll Holt, M. P, Hooker, Wm, P. Hooten, I. R., lll Hoover, R, C. Hope, T. D. Hopkins, B. E. Hopkins, H. T, Hoppes, D. F, Horn. 'V W Class of 1971 Horn, W. A., Ir. Hornbuckle, R. E. Hornstein, I. M. Hoskins, M. H. Hoss, W. A. Hotard, I. B. Hotchkiss, C. E. Housley, D. R. Howard, D. C. Howard, M. A. Howd, M. D. Howkins, L. N. Hsu, T. S. Huber, D. A. Huber, R. A. Hush, C. I. Huckaby, C. B. Hudak, S. I. Hudnell, I. D. Hudson, R. R. Huff, G. L., III Huff, 1. R. Huggins, H. H. Huggins, S. B. Hughes, E. L. Hughes, I. D. Hughes, R. P. Huie, I. P. Humble, T. E. Humphrey, I. E., Ir Huneycutt, I. E. Hunkele, N. I. Hunnicutt, I. E. Hunsicker, K. A. Hunt, N. M. Hunter, D. F. Hunton, W. D. Hupp, S. L. Hurley, P. E. Hutchinson, Wm. F Inks, I. M., Ir. Inman, Wm. O., III Isaac, T. L. Isakson, I. E. Ives, I. E. Ives, K. I. Ivey, Wm. R. Iackson, B. H. Iackson, C. H. Iackson, C. M. Iackson, C. S. Iackson, K. E. Iackson, T. V. Iacob, E. E. Iacobson, K. R. Iacobson, M. A. Iames, D. L. Iameson, G. P. Iamison, Wm. R. Ienkins, I. Wm. Ienkins, R. S. Iiles, W. C. links, I. T. Ice, T. H. Iohns, R. H. Iohns, R. W. Iohns, S. G. Iohnson, B. C. Iohnson, C. Iohnson, C. D. Iohnson, G. C. Iohnson, G. E., Ir. Iohnson, I. L. Iohnson, I. D. Iohnson, S. M. Iohnson, T. S. Iohnston, D. M. Iohnstoe, S. M. Ioiner. C. S. Ioiner, C. H. Iollett, L. D. Iolley, D. C. Iones, A. O. Iones, B. W. Iones, C. T. Iones, C. Iones, D. O. Innes, E. H. Iones, G. T. Innes, K. L, jones. K. R. Iones, L. R. Iones, M. C. Innes, P. B. Iones, R. L. Iones, R. C. Iordan, A. H. Iordan, S. M. Iordan, T. I. Iuban, I. E. Kalski, E. A, Karanovich, D. Katten, C. A. Katz, L. I. N. Katzif, S. Kaufman, R. E. Kavanaugh, M. L. Keck, R. H. Keene, K. W. Kehoe. T. M. Keiser, S. V. Keith, D. H. Kelley, T. A. Kelly, R. W. Kennedy, C. E. Kennedy, I. L. Kent, R. T. Kent, S. D. Keown, Wm. L. Kerr, G. W. Keskinen, M. I. Kessler, V. B. Kettle, C. E. Kilgore, I. C. Killimctt, P, T, Kilpatrick, H. E. Kilpatrick, R. L. Kincey, C. N. King, H. M. Kinner, R. B. Kinsaul, R. L., Ir. Kinsman, I. H. Kirk, R, G. Kirkland, R. C. Kirkley, M. E. Kirton, W. W., Ir. Klank, M. T. Knight, I, P. Knight, I. W. Knight, L. L. Koch, R. E. Koch, R. B, Kornegay, T. C. Kovach, M. C. Kramer, S. A. Krantz, D. R. Kravetz, C. M. Kronman, B. A. Kucic, I, R. Kuhlthau, R. H. Kuniansky, S. R. Kyle, I. P.- Lacey, I. B. Ladell, B. I. Laing, A. C. Lambert, R. B. Lancaster, L. M. Lane, E. B. Lane, G. B. Langford, L. L. Class of 1971 Langford, R. G. Langford, T. F., Ir. Lanhenn. G. R. Largcnl, I. R. Lurriuu, M. A. Larry. li, L. Larson, I. C. Lasseler, B, A. Laurens, R. I". Lawrence. D. R. Lawrence, H, I-1. Lawrence, 'l'. Lawson, G. M. Leek. D. P. Lecroy, P. O. Lee, A. W. Lee. C. M. Lee, I. A. Lee, L. T. Leins, G, R. Leslie, R. M. Lester, L. A. Levy, P. H, Lewis, M. A. Leymzinn, K. R. Libcrman, I. Light, A. R. Lilly, A. C. Lindsay. P. A, Lingo, ll. M, Little, 1. H. Liiilll. S. M. Little, T. E., Ir. Littrell, W. Liu. K. K. S. Livingston, D. C. Lizak, G. A. Lockhart, K. E. Lohr, M. S. Loia, M. A. Long, B. H. Long, I. H. Longino, W. B., Ir. Lopez, M.. Ir. Lothridge, H. M. Low, R. G. Lowe, M. A. Luhs, C. R. Lucas, R. I. Lucey, I, P. Ludwig, C. W. Luski, I. Lutz, I. L. Lylus, W. B. Lynbcrg, T, M. Lyons, M. Muelilhnnnun, G. Maclimon, I. Il. MacGregor, G. S. Muczlnliru, M. D. B. Maclntire, Wm. C. Mack. G. I. MacKay. R. Ii. MacKenzie. I. H. Maekinrlcr, I. C. MacLemur0, D. N. Macon, B. F., Ir. Madden, B. H. Magaro, R. F. Magee. W, B. Maguire, A. I., III Mallory. A. I. Malone. A. B. Maloney, D. M. Maloney, D. K. Maloney, R. S. Munclevillsr, C. Munn, A. B. Munn, M. L. Munns, P. L. 4 Marion, H. D. Marlow, G. L. Marr, I. D. Marsh, D. R. Marlin, D. I. Martin, F. H. Martin, G. H. Martin, I. L. Martin, A. W. Martin, A. R, Martin, K. R. Martin, L. R. Martin, R. W. Martin, R. E. Martinez, R. T. Maschmcycr, W. M. Mason, R. D., Ir. Massey, I. R. Massey, T. F. Matheson, R. E. Mathis, I. F. Matson, C. L. Mattcrn, E, K., Ir. Matthews, C. P. Matthews, D. H. Matthews, L. W. Matthews, M. D. Matthews, S. I. Maulclin, C. C., Ir. Mauney, I. C. Mauze, C. W., Ir. Maxwell, R. M. Maxwell, T. T. Mayer, F. M. Maynard, I. M. Maynor, H. B. Mayo, C. C. McAherz, T, A. McArthur, I. B. McAuliffe, I. R. McBride, E. E. McCann, L. S. McCartcr, I. C. McClain, W. H. McClintock, D. I. McClure. R. C., Ir. McCormick, I. W. McCormick, M, B. McCoy, R. L. Mt:Cranie, G. E. McCrimmon, M. Wm McDonald, D. C. McDonough, S. M. McFerrin, B. I. McGee, E. A. Mi:GcttriCk, I. V. McGhee, I. F. McGill, S. K. McGovern, E. M. McGraw, M. A. McKay, G. D. Mcliendrick, R. P. McKinney, R. E. McLeod, T. W., Ir. McMahon, M. G. McMath, R. A. McMillan, Wm. C. McMullan, I. C., Ir. McMurdo, S. K. McNamcu, D. M. Mn:Natt, T. O. McNeal, C. l. McNeil, S. H. McPetcrs, C. W. McVeigh. F. I. Meadows, G. A. Means, D. P. Medford, D. F. Meek, D. K. Mock, V. R. Class of 1971 Meeks, C. L. Megahee, T. E. Melnick, B. E. Melton, C. T. Merkel, F. T. Morrill, T. L. Merriman, T. C. Merz, G. R. Mcrz, G. S. Metcalf, I. W. Metzer, W. S. Meyer, S. L. Michael, T. L. Michel, F. C. Mihaluk, E. Mikler, W. P. Miles, C. M. Miller, D. M. Miller, H. I. Miller, A. C. Miller, K. R. Miller, R. E. Miller, S. C, Miller, T. S. Miller, T. W. Miller, T, T., yr. Mills, E. R. Mims, D. C. Minick, M. C. Mirck, M. Misehe, M. C. Mitchell, C. C. Mitchell, D. E. Mitchell, K. Mitchell, M. A. Mitchell, R. C., II Moad, Z. F. Mobley, S. M. Moffett, I. Wm.. Monson, G. Monteith, R. T. Montunnas. I. W. Moon, M. G. Mooney, R. M. Moore, D. G. Moore, D. A. Moore, D. L. Moore, D. W. Moore, D. F. Moore, G. M. Moore, I. S. Moore, I. A. Moore, I. R. Moore, I. T. Moore, L. P. Moore, P. A. Moore, R. P. Moore, R. F. Moore, W. M. Moran, G. B. Morano, c. Morclcntc, D. G. Morgan, G. W. Morgan, C. C. Morgan, I. Morgan, R. S. Moriarty, R. F. Morin, H. Morris, C. R. Morris, I. W. Morris, R, D. Morrison, B. B. Morrison, I. B. Morrison, I. L. Morrison, I. L. Morrison, W. F. Morton, K. H. Moye, P. S. Mozley, D. C. Mraz, K. I. 44 Muirheurl, I., R. Muirheiri. 'I'. W. Mnllnnix. T. H.. Ir. Muller, C. H. Mullins, I. IJ. Mumford. M. L. Munclice. C. I. Munro, T. I-'. Murphy, C. C. Murphy. R. A., III Murray, A, L. Muse. Ii. A.. Ir. Myatt, C. A. Myres, R. C. Nziiman, M. L. Nails, R. L. Nash, K. A. Nash, Wm. II.. Ir. Nzlihnn, G. B. Neal, T. W. Nehme. I. A. Neil, I. F. Nelson, D. E. Nelson, R. II. Nelson, T. T. Ncrwgreen, W. F.. Ir. Newland, H. T.. Ir. Nevvmurker, M. W. Newsome, R, I-I, Newton. I. G., Ir. Nicholas. R. A. Nicholson, FI. M. Nicholson, I. M. Nicholson, I.. Nishet, E. G. Nix. R. 1. Noe, M. K. Noe, R. P. Norris, H. B. Norris, M. E. Norris, S. H. Nottingham, W. A. Noltke, B. A. Nurnherger, S. L. Nysewander. R. W. Nystrom, I. A. Oconnell, W. L. Orlay, M. K. Ofarrell, I. M. Ogilvie, I. D. Ogle, P, W. Ogleshy, I. N. Okeefe, M. I. Olausen, I. F. Olson, I. O. Orr, I'I, A. Orr, I. K, Ossenberg, W. K. Oswald. C. M. Owen, G. M. Owen, I. A. Owens, L. I3. Ozier. L, W. Puarz, R. E. Pahst, Ii. II.. III Pacutti. M. E. Padgett. R. C. Page, S. G. Paludino. T. C. Pallmun, C. M. Palmer. C. M. Palmer, R. A. Paradiue, H. P. Parker. A. W. Parker, D. A. Parker, R. C. Parker, T. H. Parker, W. D Parkes, E. N.. III Parrish, II. C., III Class of 1971 Parrott. 5. L. Parsons. B. D.. Ir. Pass, I. W. Passoff. C. R. Patrick. I. D., Ir. Patterson. C. A. Pattursun. D. M. Patterson. It. S. Patturson. R. .A. Pattillo. I. C. Pattillo. I. VVm. Paulk. I. F. Patilk. I. R.. Ir. Puvlovitz, R. I. Pawlaczyk. T. I. Paxton. R. M. Payne. I. W. Peach. R. M. Peavzock. T. V. Pearce. A. M. Pearce, D. B. Pearson, I. P. Pearson, L. W. Pcavy. H. D. Pack. I. E. Peehlcs, D. E. Pceptns. R. F. Pcinn, D. H. Punn. Ii. 'l'. Pcppurs. V. Wm. Perez. I. D. Perkins. E. N. Ptrrritt, P. C.. Parry. I.. W. Perry. T. II. Pcvrryman, D. L. Peterson. C. R. Puttfrsun, D. Wm. Pntcrsuv, D. L. Peterson, R. C. Paterson. S. I. Pietro. I. M. Puttibone, F. E.. Ptrttit. V. H. Ptxtzelt, I. A. Pctzoltl. B. C. Pharr. tl. Philhtvuk. T. M. Phitlips. B. W. Phillips. I. K. Phillips, I. E. Pichotta. I. I. Pierce. A. R. Pinrue. L. I. Ir. Pindar. R. E.. Ir. Pinson. R. B. Pinyan. il. S. Pipnr. C. R.. Ir. Pitman, D. G. Pittard, D. E. Pittman. H. P. Pittman. I. t. Pitts. L. M. Plyrnale. I. R. Politi, E. P. Polk. P. E. Pollard. C. R. Pollitt. G. D. Pnlonsky. L. K. Pomuranizu. Wi Pnoltf. I. C. Poorn. M. ii. Pope, I. C. Pape. W. M. Pnpptrll, R. C. Porter, L. E. Porter. I. R. n. A. Poston, C. H., III Poston, D. L. Potter. H. 44 4 Potts, E. A. Potts, I. T. Powell. D. C. Powell, I. F. Powell, P. E., Ir. Powell, R. T. Powell, T. I. Prater, I. L. Preston, R. Price, C. G., III Price, G. I. Price, I. E. Price, T. W. Pridgeon, F. M. Pridgen, I. O. Priest, D. L. Prine, H. I. Pringle, T. N. Pritchard, I. E. Puckett, M. P. Pugh, G. B. Pugh. W. L. Pulis, R. R. Pullen, D. I-I. Pullin, R. S. Purvis, I. D. Puryear, P. D. Puskar, I. A. Putman, T. H. Putnam, E. C. Pye, I. B. Pyles, T. C. Queen, M. L. Quinn, Wd. C., Ir. Quinton. G. L. Quirk, M. A, Rabb, I. M., III Rackley, L. A. Rader, E. D. Radney, H. C. Radney, I. N. Rainwater, I. H. Rambo, D. B. Ramsey, D. G., Ir Rand. M. C. Randolph, G. A. Rannefelcl, D. N. Ransbotham, I. I. Rapcr, M. D. Ratzel, S. R. Rau, L. B. RAWLINS, C. O. Rawlins, L. L., Ir. Ray, H. G., nl Ray, W. F. Reardon, I. C., Ir. Redmond, T. I., Ir Redondo, I. M. Redwine, C. D., Il Reece, G. L. Reece, W. D. Reed, A. P. Reed, D. M. Reed, R. P. Reed, R. L. Reeder, S. C. Rees, I. A. Reese, Wm. E. Reese, Wm. I., Ir. Reeve, S. C. Reeves, I. D, Reeves, I. M. Reeves, M. A. Reeves, R. M. Reeves, W. B. Rega, I. I. Register, R. S. Reid. M. N. Reneau, R. A. Reynolds, B. R. lr' ,..., - 00' Class of 1971 Reynolds, F. I. Reynolds, F. Reynolds, S. I. Rhoads, R. L. Rhodes, I. M. Rhodes, A. A. Rhodes, W. S. Rhudy, O. G. Ricca, I. B. Rice, C. S., Ir. Richards, I. A. Richardson, I. T, Richter, I. Z. Ricks, C. L. Rigdon, H. C., Ill Rigell, A. K. Riggle, I. O. Riley, D. B,, Ir. Ritter, D. F. Ritter, W, E. Rival, I. H. Rivas, N. E. Robbins, D. R. Robbins M, E, Roberts, E. F., Ir, Roberts, I. A. Roberts, L, A. Roberts, L, H,, Ir Roberts, M, W. Robertsfn, F. S. Robinson, D. A. Robinson, R. L. Rockefeller, M. B. Rodgers, I. D. Rodgers, R, T, Rodgers, R. B., Ir. Roeder, M. L. 'Roesch, R. Wm,, Roesser, I. C., Ir, Rogers, D. R. Rogers, R. H. Ir. Roggenkamp. C. L. Romine, K, D. Romito, D. A. Rooks, I. W. Roschuni, G. A. Rose, M. I. Rosenbaum. A, B Rosenbleeth, M, Rossi, M. A. Roth, R. D. Rothe, C. H. Rothwell. I. T. Rountree, I. E. Rovellrixx, D. C. Rowan, G, A. Rowe, R. G. Rowland, I. A. Rucks, R. L. Rudeen, K. M. Ruff, I. C., Ir. Ruffin, S. H. Runyan, I. F. Rushing, R, E, Russell, B. S, Russell, L. I. Russell, L. I. Russo, A, P. Rutherford, R. D. Ruzic, D. H. Ryan. B. E. Ryan, D. M. Ryan, I, T. Ryan, P. H. Ryer, C. P, Ryles, R. L, Sachs, S. R. Sampson, R. D. Samra, C. S. Sams, G. W. 4 44 Sams, N. L. Sanders, R. W. Sand, D, E, Sandusky, H. Wm. Sang P. M. Saperstein, Wm. A. Sappenfield, R. D. Saville, W. S. Sayford, N. F. Scarborough, C. L, Sczhanker, H. S. Schapira, I. R. Schaufele, D. M. Scherer, E. K. Schier, R. E. Schimmec, B. T, Schlageter, N. Schmid, G, E, Schncpfe, D. C. Schrenell, S. M, Schroeder, C. B. Schroeder, L. A. Schulmae, M. H. Schulze, Wm. W. Schuster, R. N. Schuster, R. R. Schuster, T. P. Schwartz, P. H. Schwartz, R. R. Schwartz, S. R. Schwelm, R. E. Scott, B. A. Scott, C. Wm,, II Scott, F. Wm. E. Seaman, R. E. Seaman. S. W. Scars, R, M. Seemer, R. H. Seepo, A. R. Seibert, D, H. Solf, F. E. Selleck, R. H., II Senn, D. M. Sevlie, I. G. Sewell, R. N. Sewell, W. C., Ir. Seyden, T. I. Shackelford, G. G. Shaefer, C. F., Ir. Shannon, L, L. Shannon, T. M. Sharp, C. W. Shaw, I. G., Ir. Shaw, W. F.. Ir. Shearer, S. A. Sheehan, M. A, Shelton, M, L. Shank, M, W. Shepherd, I. K. Sheumaker, L. E, Shillington, D. V. Shipp, I. E,, IV Shiver, D. N. Shores. S, T. Short. C, M. Short, F. M. Short, W. W. Shoultz, K. W. Shwiff, H, C. Sickles, R. C. Sierchio, I. M. Simmons, C. L. Simmons, I. A. Simmons, Wm. S. Simon, G. P. Simon, I. S, Simon, R. I. Simpson, G. F. Simpson, S. R. Simpson, Wm. M,, Ir. Class of 1971 Sims, I. T. Sindell, I. Q. Skinner, W. D., Ir Sloane, C. E. Slusher, I. E. Smilie, M. T. Smith, A. 1. Smith, B. E. Smith, C. E., nr Smith, D. w. smith, D. c. smith, E. H. smith, F. B. smith, G. E. Smith, G. L. smith, 1. C., 1r. Smith, I. M. Smith, 1. 1. Smith, L, S. Smith, M. B. Smith, M. S., lr. Smith, P. B. Smith, Q. M., lll Smith, R. P. Smith, R. S. Smith, T. A. Smith, T. M. Smith, W. C. Smith, W. C., II Smith, W. C. Smoot, D. M. Smorra, A. G. Sneed, V. O. Snell, S. F. Sneyd, I. C. Snider, I. I. Snyder, D. R. Snyder, P. S. Sokolow, I. M. Solomon, H. F. Solomon, I. B. Sosebee, V. D. Suulis, A. K. Souther, P. R. Spalding, R. L. Spano, R. L, Sparks, G. R. Spear, R. T. Speegle, G. E. Spencer, D. G. Spicklemire, I. R. Spier, G. E. Spreen, A. N. Spring, M. I. Sprouse, R. L. Spurlin, O. L. Staley, H. A. Stallings, G. A. Stanford, I. H. Staniszewski, N. Stanley, D. R. Stanley, Wm. 1. Stansell, C. F. Starnes, I. W. Starr, C. E. Starr, L. L., Ir. Statts. 1. F. Steele, G. T. Stein, F. P., Ir. Steinberg, S. M. Stendera, I. W. Stephens, L. D. Stephens, T. W. Sternberger, A. G Sterne, A. E. Stevens, L. A. Stewart, G. S. Stewart, G. W, Stewart, N. G., III Stewart, W. E. 4 Still, C. A. Stone, A, L. Stone, G. F. Stone, W. F., Ir. Storey, A. M. Stovall, I. F. Stracuzzi, I. P. Strawn, R. L. Strickland, W. W. Stutes, R. C., Ir. Sullivan, D. L. Sullivan, I. P. Sullivan, I. L. Sultenfuss, M. W, Sumner, Wm. D. Sumrow, R. G. Superior, A. F. Susaneck, M. H. Swan, I. F. Swartz, R. K, Swicord, T. M. Taff, G. C. Talley, D. S. Talley, T. E. Talty, T. F. Tang, G. H. H. Tang, I. Tanner, M. R., Ir. Tanner, R. G. Taylor, E. I, Taylor, E. W. Taylor, S. L. Taylor, T. L. Tedford, T. L. Temples, I. R. Tendler, I, L. Terwilliger, H. Thach, F. F. Tharpe, H. C., Ir. Thibadeau, I. M. Thomasoe, S. K. Thompson, G. G. Thompson, H. Wm Thompsoe, Thompson, Thompson, P. T. Thompson, R. C. Thompson, R. I. I. N. K, A. Thompson, R. A, Thompson. T. L., lll Thompson, W. H. Thompson, Wm. A Thompson, Wm. L. Thompson, Wm. P. Thompsoe, W. C. Thonus, L. H. Thorne, I. A. Thornton, R. L. Thorpe, C, R. Thortsen, L, V. Tilchin, H. R. Tillinghast, W. Tilly, A, M. Tingle, D. R. Tison, A. I. Tittle, T. A. Todd, I. E, Todd, R. P. Tolar, B. I. Tollisoe, K. A. Tomassi, Wm. K. Torchio, P., III Torras, H. W. Townes, Wm. D. Townsend, L. H. X Tracy, I. N., Ir. Tracy, K. T. Trader, P. T. Trantham, I. L. Travers, I. P. Class of 1971 Treglown. T. A. Trigg, W. H, Trotter, L. T. Trout, D. L, Trowell, S. D. Tucker, Wm. W., Ir Tullis, H. A.. Ir. Turner, C. F., III Turner, D. B, Turner, I. E. Turner, R. M. Turville, L. C. Tyler, D. R. Tyson, M. L. Tyus. F. L. Uhlmann, R. F. Ulrey, C. L. Urbanski, E. P. Ussery, C. L. Utley, W. G, Vanbuven, H. I. Vancourt, E. A. Vanderlan, I. H. Vanhoy, P. W. Vanlandingham. R. Vaughn, H. A. Vaugh, I. W. Vaughn, S. R. Veazey, T. G. Veriander. C. A. Verlamlcr, C. D. Vezey. S. A. Vick, D. E. Vines, R. A. Vioiette, I. Wm. Voeiler, I. G. Vogt, S. W. Vongontard. P. D. Vonweller. H. I. Voorhies, K. O. Voyles, W. F. Vricslander. I. D. Wabich, M. S., III Wachter, G. I. Wade. D. W. Waindle, M. I. Waldkirch, R. B, Walker, C. I. Walker, D. W, Wall, W. E. Wallace, P. R. Wallace, R. D. Wallace, Wm. P. Walltrn, L. Waller. T. H. Walters, I. C. Walters, L. Y. Walton. I. G. Ward, A. B. Warnoek, R. P. Warrington, C. S. Washington, R. I. Waters, H. R. Waters, P, A. Watkins. L. R. Watkins, R. D., Ir. Watson, G. F., Ir. Watson, H. L. Watson. M. B. Watson, T. I. Watson, Wm. S. Watts, D, P. Watts, G. H.. Ir. Ways. G. A. Weaver, G. L, Weaver, G. S. Webb. H. B. Webb. H, S. Webster, D. A. Weinstein, M. N. Welch, W. C. Weldon, C. E. Wells, C. R. Wells, C. M. Wells, R. P. Wells, S. L. Welsh, C. I. Wensel, R. R. Werkheiser, A. L. West, I. R. West, K. R. West, S. B. West, T. L. Weston, C. P. Whaley, I. C. Whalin, M. I. Whatley, M. G. Whatley, N. D. Wheeler, I. D. Whiddon, W. M. Whigham, I. K. Whitaker, I. W., Ir. White, D. B., Ir. White, L. S. White, R. I. White, R. A. White, W. A. Whitehouse, I. C. Whiting, G. L., Ir. Whitley, I. A. Whitley, T. R. Whitlocb, L. A. Whitlock, R. E., Ir. Whitlow, T. E. Whitlow, W. G. Whitmire, L. A. Whitworth, W. H. Wier, E. L. Wilder, Wm. B. Wilkes, G. C. Wilkie, S. E. Wilkinson, R. V. Willard, O. T. Williams, B. H. Williams, C. A' Williams, C. R. Williams, C. L. Williams, D. H. Williams, G. E. Williams, H. P. Williams, I. C. Williams, I. A., Ir. Williams, I. W. Williams, I. H. Williams, M. S. Williams, N. I. Williams, N. W. Williams, T. P. Williams, Wm. D. Williamson, I. Wm. Williamson, L. A. Willis, E. N. Wills, I. R. Wilson. C. L. Wilson, I. A. Wilson, P. A. Wilson, P. H. Wilson, T. F., Ir. Wimsatt, S. E. Windsor, P. C. Winkle, D. P. Winson, A. W. Witzel, I. F. Wolfe, V. L., Ir. Wolfson, B. I. Wong, W. Wood, C. L. Wood, C. M. Wood, D. W. Wood, I. W. Class of 1971 i K Wood. I. T. Wood. M. A. Wood, R. E., Ir. Woodard, I. D. Wooddy, I. L. Woodruff, C. W. Woods, W. R. Wooldridge, T. L Woolf. Wm. W. Worley, M. W. Wright, A, Wm.. Wright, C. B. Wright, C. E. Wright, R. Wyner, D. E. Wynne, I. A. Wysong. M. I. Wysowski, C. Yale, I. R. Yancey, P. C. Yancey, W. C. H Yandow. D. A. Yates, Wm. M., Ir Yawn, B. G. Yelin, N. B. Yellin, S. D. Young, L. R. Young, L. K. Young, S. F. Youngblood, I. Yunkus, R. A. Zahler, C. E. Zehms, W. C. Zeigler, G. A. Zemek, M. C. Zitomer, I. L. Zweig, M. W. Zygmonl, P. F. Schulz, W. H. Schmitter, I. P. T Senior Director AARON, NEWTON B., III, Birmingham, Ala.: Civil Engineering: American Society of Civil Engineers, Treasurer: Chi Epsilon: Tau Beta Pi: Phi Kappa Phi: Georgia Engi- neering Society Award. ADAMS, KENNETH EARL, Decatur, Ga.: Industrial Management. ADAMS, RICHARD E. N., Decatur, Ga.: Civil Engineering: American Society of Civil Engineers: Scabbard and Blade, Dor- mitory Counselor: Company Commander, N.R.O.T.C. ADKINS, DONALD K., Huntington, West Va.: Electrical Engineering: Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers. AKRIDGE, IOHN E., Knoxville, Tenn.: Me- chanical Engineering: Sigma Alpha Epsi- lon, Pledge Trainer: Student Council: Presi- dent of Iunior and Senior Classes, Chair- man of Athletic Seating and School Spirit, Student Discount: Campus Charity Com- mittee: Iudiciary Cabinet: ANAK: Koseme, Vice President: Ramblin' Reck Club, US- USSR Cultural Exchange Program: SL and EL: Advisory Cabinet to the President: Student-Faculty Honor Committee. ALLGOOD, IACKSON L., III, Iacksonville, Fla.: Applied Biology: Drama Tech. ALMOND, STEPHEN D., Atlanta, Ga.: In- dustrial Management: Kappa Alpha: Delta Sigma Pi: AMA: SAM. ALOIA, RICHARD T., Birmingham, Ala.: Electrical Engineering: Phi Gamma Delta, Summer President, Historian: Co-op Club: Freshman Cross Country Track: Briaerean Society, President: IEEE: Tau Beta Pi: Eta Kappa Nu: Phi Kappa Phi. ANDERSON, CHARLES L., Griffin, Ga.: Textiles: Pi Kappa Alpha: Bulldog Club: Alpha Kappa Psi: Executive Roundtable. ANDREWS, IOHN W., Gadsden, Ala.: Physics: Phi Eta Sigma: Tau Beta Pi: Sigma Pi Sigma, Vice President: American Insti- tute of Physics: Techwood Tutorial Project: Triangle Club. ANGIER, ROBERT C., Marshfield, Mass.: Physics: Glee Club. ARGROVES, WILLIAM A., Atlanta, Ga.: Industrial Management: Alpha Kappa Psi: Band: Executive Board: Kappa Kappa Psi, Treasurer: "Rambler" ATKINSON, ERNEST H., IR., Atlanta, Ga.: Mechanical Engineering: Tau Beta Pi: Pi Tau Sigma, Treasurer: Phi Kappa Phi: American Society of Mechanical Engi- neers. AUBITZ, EDWARD C., Atlanta, Ga.: Indus- trial Management: Newman Club: Year- book: Ga. Tech Sports Car Club. 454 AUCOIN, PETER A., Loveland, Ohio: Chemical Engineering: Student Lecture and Entertainment Committee, Statutory Mem- ber: Program Board: Newman Club, Vice President: Arnold Air Society: Triangle Club. AVERY, EUGENE P., IR., Augusta, Ga.: In- dustrial Management: Sigma Alpha Epsi- lon, Chronicler: Scabbard and Blade. BABB, ROGER A., Ringgold, Ga.: Electrical Engineering: Tecliwood Tutorial Project: IEEE. BAILEY, BUCK W., LaGrange, Ga.: Chemi- cal Engineering: AICE. BALDWIN, KELSIE I., III, Atlanta, Ga.: In- dustrial Engineering: AIIE. BALLENTINE, THOMAS, Iacksonville, Fla.: Civil Engineering: Swimming Team: Cross Country Team: ASCE, Program Chairman: Chi Epsilon. BANBURY, IOHN C., Atlanta, Ga.: Indus- trial Engineering: Phi Delta Theta, House Manager, Athletic Chairman: Varsity Foot- ball 1964-1966: Varsity Wrestling 1964-1967: Alpha Pi Mu. BARNES, ROBERT L., Brunswick, Ga.: Chemistry: American Nuclear Society, Charter Member: American Chemical Soci- ety, Vice President - Programs: Sailing Club: Glee Club: IAESTE-US, traineeship in Austria. BARNICK, ROLAND I., IR., Columbia, S.C.: Civil Engineering: Young Republicans' Club: Broadcaster ffech FMI: Harrison Dorm, Resident Advisor: AFROTC, Wing Executive: T-room snack bar, Student Manager: Dormitory Planning Committee. BASNAR, IOHN P., IR., Perry, Fla.: Textiles. BASSETT, DAVID H., Bradenton, Fla.: In- dustrial Engineering: Sigma Nu, Table Manager, Executive Committee: Freshman and Varsity Wrestling Teams: Student Council: Ramblin' Reck Chairman: Sports Car Club: AIIE. BATEMAN, IAMES A., Setauket, N.Y.: Aerospace Engineering: Tau Beta Pi: Sigma Gamma Tau, Secretary: Phi Kappa Phi: Varsity Track: Sailing Club: Triangle Club: Atlanta Astronomy Club: AIAA: NROTC: T-Club: Flight Indoctrination Program. BATES, DAVID L., Georgetown, Ky.: Elec- trical Engineering: Baptist Student Union, Executive Council: New Dorm Council, Treasurer: IEEE: Core Curriculum Commit- tee: Student Advisory Cabinet to the Presi- dent: Executive Roundtable: FM Radio Sta- tion, News Staff: Eta Kappa Nu: Briaerean Society. BATES, MARTIN R., Rock Hill, S.C.: Me- chanical Engineering: Kappa Alpha, Presi- dent, IFC Representative, Initiation Officer: Blueprint, Fraternity Editor: Ramblin' Reck Club: Tau Beta Pi: Phi Kappa Phi: Pi Tau Sigma, Phi Eta Sigma: ASME. BATTS, WILLIAM C., Atlanta, Ga.: Chem- istry: Theta Chi, Pledge Marshall: Barbell Club: ACS. BAUMGARTNER, IOSEPH S., Decatur, Ga.: Industrial Management: Phi Gamma Delta: Society for Advancement of Man- agement. BEAM, KENNETH M., Richmond, Va.: In- dustrial Management: Society for Advance- ment of Management: American Marketing Association. BEASLEY, IOHN B., Atlanta, Ga.: Archi- tecture: AIA. BECKER, WILLIAM S., Fayetteville, Tenn.: Industrial Management: Phi Kappa Sigma, President, pledge Trainer. BECKSTEAD, GARY E., Canton, Ill.: Ce- ramic Engineering: Keramos National Pro- fession Ceramic Engineering Honorary Fra- ternity, President, Secretary: American Ce- ramic Society, President: Barbell Club. BEELAND, WILLIAM D., Cordele, Ga.: Electrical Engineering: New Dorm Council. BEESON, THOMAS M., Augusta, Ga.: Me- chanical Engineering: Pi Tau Sigma: ASME. BELL, EDISON LEE, Petersburg, Ill.: Elec- trical Engineering: Tau Beta Pi: Eta Kappa Nu: Phi Kappa Phi. BELL, R. MICHAEL, East Point, Ga.: Indus- trial Engineering: Sigma Nu: Athletic Chair- man, Sentinal: AIIE: Barbell Club. BELLER, ARTHUR E., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.: Electrical Engineering: Eta Kappa Nu: IEEE: Barbell Club: Briaerean Society. BENNETT, ORRIN PAUL, Atlanta, Ga.: In- dustrial Management: Sigma Alpha Epsi- lon: Delta Sigma Pi, Secretary, Chairman Professional Committee: IM Honor Society: Society for the Advancement of Manage- ment. BENNS, ROBERT A., Chattanooga, Tenn.: Physics: Phi Eta Sigma: Tau Beta Pi: Phi Kappa Phi: Barbell Club: Sigma Pi Sigma. BENTLEY, LARRY A., Calhoun, Ga.: Elec- trical Engineering: Co-op Club: IEEE. BENTON, IAMES P., IR., Mansfield, Ga.: Physics. BERRY, LEE E., IR., Columbus, Ga.: Indus- trial Engineering: AIIE. BILYEU, IAY D., Pocatello, Idaho: Physics: 'American Institute of Physics: Phi Kappa Phi, Sigma Pi Sigma. BISHOP, KERMIT O., IR., Waycross, Ga., Industrial Engineering, Theta Chi, Treasur- er, Student Council Welfare Committee, AIIE. BISHOP, MURL R., Marietta, Ga., Electrical Engineering. BITTINGER, DONNIE E., Moultrie, Ga., In- dustrial Management, Chi Phi, American Marketing Assoc. BLALOCK, IACK E., IR., Atlanta, Ga., In- dustrial Management, Tech Brothers Proj- ect. BLANCHERI, DARRYL L., Pensacola, Fla., Applied Mathematics. BLOMELEY, LEWIS E., Miami, Fla., Aero- space Engineering, Sigma Gamma Tau, AIAA. BLOSE, TERRY G., Tampa, Florida, Aero- space Engineering, Phi Sigma Kappa, Pledgemaster, Publicity. BODEN, KENNETH I., Glasgow, Ky.: Chemical Engineering, AICE. BOGGS, PHILLIP S., Smyrna, Ga., Applied Mathematics, Assoc. for Computing Ma- chinery, Treasurer, society of American Value Engineers, Mathematical Assoc. of America, Tau Beta Pi, Baptist Student Union. BOONE, LARRY G., Collinsville, Ill., Archi- tecture, Delta Sigma Phi, President, Inter- Fraternity Council, IFC Honor Board, Sec- retary and Chairman: Army ROTC, Engi- neer Corps, Battalion C.O., Society of American Military Engineers, President, Pershing Rifles, C.O., AIA, Tau Sigma Delta. BORCHER, CHARLES A., IR., Maitland, Fla., Electrical Engineering, Canterbury Assoc., President, Braierean Society, Trea- surer, Pi Tau Chi, Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, Phi Kappa Phi. BOSS, IOEI.. M., Kingston, Ga., Textiles, Delta Kappa Phi, Wrestling Team, senior Counselor Dormitories. BOUCUGNANI, ANIBAI.. A., Cienfuegos, Cuba, Chemistry, Pi Kappa Phi, Pledgemas- ter. BOWEN, BENIAMIN G., Metter, Ga., In- dustrial Management, Delta Sigma Pi, Soci- ety for Advancement of Management, Vice President, American Marketing Associa- tion, Barbell Club. BOWEN, IRA I., Bristol Ga., Chemical Engi- neering, Barbell Club, AICE. BOWLES, IOHN T., Warm Springs, Ga., Electrical Engineering. BRACKETT, IAMES W., Athens, Ga.: In- dustrial Management, Alpha Kappa Psi, IM Honor Society, Wesley Foundation, Socie- ty for the Advancement of Management. BRAUN, IOHN F., Falls Church, Va., Chem- ical Engineering, American Chemical Soci- ety, AICE, Varsity Cross Country Team, Freshman Cross Country Team, Member and Coach. BRIEN, BERNIE I., Hillside, N.I., Aerospace Engineering, Phi Epsilon Pi, Executive Comm., House Treasurer, Social Chairman, Member-at-large, P.N.A.C. Chairman, AIAA. BRINSON, DOUGLAS A., Arlington Hgts., Ill., Mechanical Engineering, Cross Coun- try, Soccer Club, Secretary, Barbell Club, Counterinsurgency, Techwood Tutorial Project, SAME. BRITT, WILLIAM B., Albany, Ga., Civil En- gineering, Theta Chi, ASCE, Phi Kappa Phi. BRIZENDINE, ROBERT E., Franklin, Ky.: Aerospace Engineering, Sigma Nu, Tau Beta Pi, T-Club, Sigma Gamma Tau, Phi Kappa Phi, Varsity Basketball. BROGDON, IAMES W., Beach Haven, N.I., Mechanical Engineering, Phi Kappa Tau, Society of Automotive Engineers, Wres- tling Team, Bulldog Club, Motorcycle Club. BROOKS, IOSEPH P., Macon, Ga., Indus- trial Engineering, Alpha Pi Mu, AIIE. BROOKS, RICHARD A., Chamblee, Ga., In- dustrial Engineering, Sigma Chi, Scholar Chairman, Executive Committee, Dormito- ry Counselor, Student Lecture and Enter- tainment. BROWN, CAREY H., Macon, Ga., Indus- trial Engineering, Pi Kappa Alpha, Social Chairman, Rush Chairman, Secretary, Vice President, President, I.F.C. Representative, Delegate, National Convention, Escort, Na- tional Dream Girl, AIIE, Ramblin' Reck Club, Student Council, Athletic Seating Comm., Chairman, Head Usher, Big Broth- er, Advisory Cabinet to the President, Ath- letic Ticket Committee, Leadership Semi- nar, Chairman, "Technique," Assoc. News Editor, Fraternity Editor, Alpha Phi Omega. BROWN, IAMES H., Marietta, Ga., Indus- trial Engineering, Delta Sigma Phi, Band, Kappa Kappa Psi, AIIE. BROWN, ROBERT I., IR., Lyons, Ga., Elec- trical Engineering, Phi Eta Sigma, B.S.U., Eta Kappa Nu, Phi Kappa Phi, Tau Beta Pi, Briarerean Society. BROWN, ROBERT W., East Point, Ga., Electrical Engineering, IEEE. BROWN, SAMUEL B., III, Winter Park, Fla., Industrial Management, Delta Sigma Pi. BROWNLEE, EDWARD H., Cuthbert, Ga., Mathematics, Phi Eta Sigma, Pi Mu Epsilon, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi. BRUNSVOLD, RONALD S., Warner Rob- ins, Ga., Aerospace Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Sigma Gamma Tau, B.S.U., Secretary-Treasurer. BRYAN, IOHN C., Atlanta, Ga., Mathemat- ics, Wesley Foundation, ROTC-Air Force. BURCI-IER, ROBERT D., IR., College Park, Ga., Building Construction, Alpha Phi Omega. BURNS, CHARLES P., Melbourne, Fla., Electrical Engineering, Phi Eta Sigma, Radio Club. BURNS, LEIGH R., IR., Tucson, Ariz., Aero- space Engineering, Phi Sigma Kappa, Ram- blin' Reck Chairman, 1967, 1968, Sports Car Club. BUTLER, CARY C., Atlanta, Ga., Industrial Engineering, Phi Delta Theta, Steward, Rush Chairman, Executive Committee, Bulldog Club, Ramblin Reck Club, Social Chairman, Alpha Y Phalanx, Freshman Camp Counselor, Varsity Swimming. BYERS, BROOK H., Atlanta, Ga., Electrical Engineering, Delta Tau Delta, Rush Chair- man, Social Chairman, Secretary, Student- Faculty Radio Communications' Board, Freshman Camp Counselor, Sports Car Club, Treasurer, SUSGA, State Entertain- ment Coordinator, Technique, Summer Ed- itor, Fraternity Reporter, Dean's List, Bri- aerean Society, Vice President, IEEE, Who's Who Among Students . . ., Execu- tive Roundtable, Student Council, Special Events Committee Chairman, Advisory Cabinet, Student Program Board Concert Committee Chairman, FM Radio Station, Business Manager, Iudiciary Cabinet, World Student Fund Committee, Freshman Cross Country and Track. CAMERON, DAVID A., LaFayette, Ga., Ar- chitecture, Tau Sigma Delta, Secretary. CARMICHAEL, IULIAN G., IR., Norfolk, Va., Aerospace Engineering, Theta Chi, Historian, Asst. Treasurer, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Gamma Tau, Treasurer, Student Council, AIAA. CARMICHAEL, THOMAS A., Iackson, Ga., Industrial Management, Varsity Football, T-Club, Scabbard and Blade, Advanced ROTC, Battalion Commander of Signal Battalion, Distinguished Military Student. CARR, WILLIAM C., St. Louis, Mo., Civil Engineering, ASCE, President, Chi Epsilon, Briaerean Society, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi. CARROLL, IOSEPH L., IR.,Newnan, Ga., Industrial Management. CARSON, CHARLES W., Danielsville, Ga., Chemical Engineering, Alpha Tau Omega, House Manager, Triangle Club, AICE. CARSON, CHRIS B., Miami, Fla., Electrical Engineering, IEEE, SAE. CARTER, IAMES K., Lake Wales, Fla., Me- chanical Engineering, Arnold Air Society, 455 4 Senior Directory ASME, Society of Automotive Engineers, Band, Drum Major, Kappa Kappa Psi, Presi- dent and Vice President. CASEY, DAVID A., Atlanta, Ga., Textile Chemistry, Sigma Chi, AATCC. CARTER, THOMAS IERE, Warner Robins, Ga., Mechanical Engineering, Delta Sigma Phi, Executive Committee, Student Coun- selor, Wesley Foundation, AFROTC, Wing Staff, Arnold Air Society, Pi Tau Sigma, ASME, YMCA, Triangle Club. CAYE, WILLIAM C., Cochran, Ga., Tex- tiles, Chi Phi, Pledgemaster, AATCC, American Marketing Association, Society for Advancement of Management, Ameri- can Society for Testing and Materials, American Contract Bridge League. CHAFFIN, MILTON I-I., IR., Atlanta, Ga., Chemical Engineering. CHAMBERS, IAMES R., Decatur, Ga., Civil Engineering, ASCE, Chi Epsilon, Associate Editor. CHAPLIN, SAXBY M., Charlotte, N.C.3 In- dustrial Engineering, Sigma Chi, Omicron Delta Kappa, Scabbard and Blade, Student Council, Ramblin' Reck Club, Triangle Club, YMCA Cabinet, World Student Fund Committee, YMCA Board of Directors, Stu- dent Iudiciary Cabinet, Advisory Commit- tee to the President, Franklin Foundation Lecture Series Committee, Dorm Counse- lor, Senior Counselor Field Dorm, Fresh- man Camp Counselor, Wesley Foundation, Vice President, Freshman Cross Country Team. CHAPMAN, DAVID M., Anderson, S.C., Civil Engineering, Phi Kappa Sigma. CHAPMAN, ROBERT L., Talladega, Ala., Industrial Management, SAE, IFC, Com- mittee Chairman, Secretary, Technique, Ramblin' Reck, Koseme, Secretary, IFC Trailboard, Secretary, IFC Honor Board, Executive Round Table, Freshman Camp Counselor, USA-USSR Exchange Student. CHASTEEN, FREDDIE I., Griffin, Ga., Tex- tiles, Pi Kappa Alpha, Rush Chairman, Stu- dent Council, Bulldog Club, Delta Kappa Phi, Society for the Advancement of Man- agement, Executive Round Table. CHAVES, IORGE E., San Iose, Costa Rico, Industrial Engineering, AIIE, International Student Organization, Soccer Club. CHEEK, MANSON H., Norfolk, Va., Indus- trial Engineering, Alpha Pi Mu, Glee Club, Vice President, NROTC, Company Com- mander and Battalion Adjutant. CHEN, DELLA M., Taiwan, Republic of China, Textile Chemistry. CI-IILDRESS, WILLIAM W., IR., Boston, Mass., Industrial Management, Photo Club, 56 President, Society of Automobile Engi- neers, YMCA Cabinet, Blueprint, Assoc Editor, Technique, Summer Managing Edi- tor, Rambler, Photo Editor, Alumnus Freshman Camp Staff, Leadership Confer- ence, SFI Conference. CHIVINGTON, EMERSON P., Decatur Ga., Physics, Phi Eta Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Pi Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi, AIP, Presi- dent. CHRISTENBERRY, DANIEL K., III, Pensa- cola, Fla., Psychology, New Dorm Council, Wesley Foundation, Psi Society, IAESTE. CHRISTIAN, THOMAS F., Warner Robins, Ga., Aerospace Engineering, Pi Kappa Phi, Treasurer, Chaplain, IFC Representative, Pi Tau- Chi, Bulldog Club, Band, ANS, AIAA, Vice President, BSU, Alpha Y Phylax. CHURCH, CHARLES H., Nashville, Tenn., Industrial Management, Tau Kappa Epsi- lon, Society for Advancement of Manage- ment, Flight Indoctrination Program. CLARK, DAVID W., Tell City, Ind., Indus- trial Engineering, Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Pi Mu. CLARK, GARY C., Atlanta, Ga., Aerospace Engineering. CLARK, IAMES L., Summerville, S.C., Me- chanical Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma, Rifle Team, Captain, Photograph Club, Combined Engineering Program with Davidson College. CLARK, RONALD C., Smyrna, Ga., Chemi- cal Engineering. CLAYTON, ION KERRY, Atlanta, Ga., In- dustrial Engineering, Phi Delta Theta, ANAK, President, IFC, President, SL and EC, Secretary, Southeastern IFC, Chair- man, President's Advisory Cabinet, World Student Fund Committee, Student Center Advisory Committee, Ramblin' Reck Club, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Omicron Delta Kappa, Koseme Society, Who's Who in Col- leges. COCHRAN, IAMES S., Bainbridge, Ga., Civil Engineering, Phi Delta Theta, Chi Ep- silon, ASCE, Vice President. COHEN, ROGER L., Atlanta, Ga., Industrial Engineering. COLLINS, IOHN C., Vidalia, Ga., Industrial Management, Alpha Tau Omega, ,Secretary and Vice President, Executive Roundtable, Bulldog Club, IM Honor Society. COLLINS, PATRICK C., ,,Atlanta, Ga., Chemistry, Delta Upsilon, Steward, Secre- tary, .Young Republicans' Club, President, Bulldog Club, Executive Round Table. CONKLIN, ROBERT S., Coral Gables, Fla., Electrical Engineering, Theta Chi, Treasur- er, Amateur Radio Club, IEEE. CONNER, IAMES B., Forsyth, Ga., Textiles, Kappa Alpha, Vice President, Rush Chair- man, Pledge Trainer, Athletic Chairman, Delta Kappa Phi, Society for Advancement of Management, American Marketing Asso- ciation. COOKE, DONALD E., Atlanta, Ga., Civil Engineering, ASCE. COOPER, RICHARD G., IR., Melbourne, Fla., Electrical Engineering, Chi Psi, House Manager, Editor, Historian, Young Republi- can's Club, IEEE. CORBELL, PHILIP T., Aerospace Engineer- ing, AIAA, Society of Automotive Engi- neers, Treasurer, Arnold Air Society, AF- ROTC Band, Iudo and Karate Club, Aqua- Iackets, Flying Club. COULON, WHITNEY A., III, New Orleans, La., Aerospace Engineering, Chi Phi, Scab- bard and Blade. COX, RICHARD D., IR., Marietta, Ga., In- dustrial Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha, Vice President, Alumni Secretary, AIIE. CRAWFORD, KENNETH D., Atlanta, Ga., Mechanical Engineering, Sigma Nu, Execu- tive Committee, Table Manager, Asst. Rush Chairman, Alpha Y Phalanx. CRAWLEY, DAVID M., III, East Point, Ga., Civil Engineering, Glee Club, Student Di- rector, FM Radio Station, Record Librarian. CROFT, ROBERT V., Panama City, Fla., Electrical Engineering, Eta Kappa Nu. CROUCH, RICHARD M., Nashville, Tenn., Electrical Engineering, Sigma Nu, Asst. Treasurer, Treasurer, Executive Commit- tee, ODK, Vice President, Tau Beta Pi, Pres- ident, Phi Eta Sigma, President, Phi Kappa Phi, Eta Kappa Nu, FM Radio Station, Gen- eral Manager, Student-Faculty Committee, Radio Communications Board, Freshman Camp Counselor, Alpha Y Phalanx, Scab- bard and Blade, Executive Roundtable, Ramblin' Reck Club, Student Council, Stu- dent Advisory Cabinet to President, Ama- teur Radio Club, President. CULBRETH, ALBERT W., IR., Decatur, Ga., Industrial Management, Tau Kappa Epsi- lon, Rush Chairman, Rush Girl Chairman, -IM Representative to Student Council, USA-USSR Student Cultural Exchange, Triangle Club, Executive Roundtable, TMCA, Alpha Kappa Psi, President, Vice President, Co-Chairman Student Council International Students' Organization Com- mittee, "Ugliest Man on Campus" contest- ant, Dorm Counselor, Society for the Ad- vancement of Management, Student Facul- ty Relations Committee, Basketball Usher. CUNARD, CHARLES W., Griffin, Ga., In- dustrial Management, Society for the Ad- vancement of Management, Circle K Club, Iudo Club. DAHM, IOSEPH M., Atlanta, Ga., Mechani- cal Engineering, Phi Kappa Tau, Social and Rush Chairman. DALRYMPLE, THURMAN E., Summer- ville, Ga., Aerospace Engineering, Aqua- Iackets, Student Counselor, Senior Counse- lor, AFROTC, Major and Financial Assist- ant Grant Recipient. DANIEL, THOMAS R., Augusta, Ga., In- dustrial Management, Sigma Chi, Secre-X, tary, Golf Team, Society for Advancement of Management. DAVENPORT, STEPHEN W., Blooming- ton, Ill., Industrial Engineering. DAVIDSON, LAWRENCE S., Miami , Fla., Industrial Management, Varsity Football Team, IM Honor Society, Smith Dorm Council, Vice President. DAVIES, LINDA F., Tucker, Ga., Mathe- matics, Alpha Xi Delta, Treasurer, Scholar- ship Chairman, Blueprint, Asst. Academic Editor, Gamma Psi, Women's Student As- sociation, Treasurer. DAVIS, IAMES W., Memphis, Tenn., Chemical Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, Chemi- cal Engineering Honor Society, AICE. DeGROW, GARY C., Detroit, Mich., Indus- trial Design, IDSA, Vice President, Phi Kappa Phi, Tau Sigma Delta. DELANO, BRIAN I., Tullahoma, Tenn., Aerospace Engineering, Sigma Gamma Tau, Campus Crusade for Christ, Dean's List, AIAA. DENNIS, WILLIAM T., Valdosta, Ga., In- dustrial Management, AMA, Society for the Advancement of Management. DEWBERRY, IAMES W., Milledgeville, Ga., Applied Biology, Alpha Phi Omega, Vice President, Biology Society, Senior Counselor, Dorm Intramural Director. DIAL, IAMES C., Monroe, Ga., Electrical Engineering. DICKERSON, IAMES R., Atlanta, Ga.: Aerospace Engineering, Theta Chi, Rush Chairman. DOHERTY, TERRENCE R., Atlanta, Ga.: Industrial Management. DOMINGUEZ, HOMERO N., Miami, Fla.: Architecture, AIA, Knights of Columbus, International Student Organization. DUPREE, DANIEL M., Savannah, Ga., In- dustrial Engineering, Sigma Chi, AIIE. DYER, CLARENCE D., IR., Athens, Ga., In- dustrial Engineering, Sigma Chi, Vice Presi- dent, Alpha Pi Mu, Recording Secretary, AIIE, Executive Roundtable. EASTBURN, IOSEPH R., Columbus, Ga., Industrial Management, IM Honor Society, Treasurer. EDLUND, RAYMOND A., IR., San Francis- co, Calif., Civil Engineering, National Crushed Stone Assoc., American Hodologi- cal Society, Vice President, Civil Engineer- ing Students' Society, Honorary Member, MEMPF. EDMUNDS, GEORGE R., Lincolnton, Ga., Industrial Management, Football Team, T- Club, President, IM Honor Society. EIDSON, RANDALL W., Avondale Estates, Ga., Industrial Management, Delta Tau Delta, Secretary, Cabinet, Social Chairman, Finance Comm., Gymnastics and Swim- ming Coach, Freshman Gymnastics Team, Varsity Diving Team, Letterman, Intramur- al Diving Champion. ELDER, IOSEPH M., Cocoa, Fla., Electrical Engineering, Theta Chi, Historian, House Manager, Rules Comm., Chairman, Ramb- ing Wreck Comm., Chairman, Rush Com- mittee, Chairman, IEEE. ELEY, ROBERT D., Pompton Plains, N.I., Electrical Engineering, Band, Properties Lieutenant, Kappa Kappa Psi, Vice Presi- dent, Arnold Air Society, Comptroller, Ex- ecutive Officer, Pledge Trainer, AFROTC Band Commander, IEEE. ELLIOTT, BENIAMIN T., Atlanta, Ga., Me- chanical Engineering, Phi Kappa Tau, ASME. ELLIOTT, RONALD I., Mansfield, Ga., Physics, AIP, Phi Kappa Phi, Tau Beta Pi. EMBRY, GEORGE DAVID, IR., Decatur, Ga., Industrial Management, Delta Sigma Pi, Chairman, Chapter Publications Comm., AMA, Barbell Club, Iudo Club, Lugdaber's Society, Society for the Advancement of Management. ENGLEHARDT, IOSEPH P., Orlando, Fla., Chemical Engineering, Phi Gamma Delta, Recording Secretary, ODK, Secretary, Omega Chi Epsilon, President, Interfrater- nity Council, Vice President, Scabbard and Blade, Ramblin' Reck Club, Sigma Y Pha- lanx, President, YMCA Cabinet, Alpha Phi Omega, Treasurer, Freshman Camp Coun- selor, AICE, Freshman Forum, Chairman, Executive Board, Who's Who Among Stu- dents. ENGLISH, EDWARD A., Augusta, Ga., Me- chanical Engineering, Chi Phi, Interfrater- nity Council, ASME, Society Automotive Engineers. ERNST, MAHALA I. P., Atlanta, Ga., Biolo- gy, Drama Tech, Biological Society, Dames Club. ERVIN, AUGUSTUS L., III, Wyoming, O., Chemical Engineering, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Rush Chairman, Freshman Swim Team, Varsity Team. ESKEW, IOHN D., McDonough, Ga., Elec- trical Engineering, Sigma Phi Epsilon, House Manager, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Alpha Phi Omega, Executive Round- table, IEEE, Navy ROTC. EVANS, CHARLIE ANDERSON, Colum- bus, Ga., Chemistry, Baptist Student Union, Executive Council, American Chemical So- ciety, Dormitory Student Counselor. EWART, IAMES K., Orangeburg, S.C., Civil Engineering, Beta Theta Pi, Asst. Pledgemaster, Vice President, Pledgemast- er, Scabbard and Blade. Club, Sec.- Treas., Chi Epsilon, Tau Beta Pi. FAIRES, THOMAS F., Memphis, Tenn., In- dustrial Management, Sigma Phi Epsilon. FALETTI, PAUL A., Atlanta, Ga., Civil En- gineering, Sigma Chi, President, Rush, Ath- letic and Initiation Chairman, ODK, Who's Who Among Students, Chi Epsilon, Vice President, Student Council, Scabbard and Blade, Bulldog Club, Dormitory Counselor, Freshman Camp Counselor, Alpha- Y-Phalanx, Tri-Angle Club, Company Commander, NROTC. FAUERBACH, GEORGE, IR., Williams- burg, Va., Mechanical Engineering, Sigma Nu, Executive Committee, Core, Curricu- lum Comm., Pi Tau Sigma, President, Freshman and Varsity Swimming Team, Captain, Student Council, Academic Comm., Chairman, Student-Faculty Honor Comm., Chairman, Who's Who Among Stu- dents, Academic Senate, Student Cabinet to the President, Honor Board, Executive Roundtable, Student Rules and Regulations Comm. FAUGHNAN, WILLIAM A., Augusta, Ga., Industrial Engineering, TKE.- FERRUZZA, IOSEPH N., Chicago, Ill., Chemical Engineering, AICE, Veterans Club. FIESTA, RALPH A., Mount Pleasant, Pa., Chemical Engineering, AICE. FIGLAR, RICHARD B., Ridgewood, N.I., In- dustrial Engineering, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Greek Week, Tennis Team and Special Projects Chairman, AIIE, Historian and Recording Secretary, Student Iudiciary Cabinet, Radio Club, Leadership Confer- ence, Alpha-Y-Phalanx. FINCHER, DANNY A., Covington, Ga., Me- chanical Engineering, ASME, Society of Automotive Engineers. FISHER, GEORGE T., Washington, D.C., Industrial Engineering, AIIE, Motorcycle Club. FITCH, CHARLES H., IR., Roanoke, Va., In- dustrial Management, Pi Kappa Alpha, Table Manager, Athletic Chairman, Execu- tive Council, Bulldog Club, Society for Ad- vancement of Management. FLANSBAUM, DAVID A., Chamblee, Ga., Industrial Management, Arnold Air Socie- ty, Comptroller, Alpha Kappa Psi, IM Honor Society, AF Drill Team, Dean's List. FLEMING, THOMAS W., Forest Park, Ga., Industrial Design, IDSA, Treasurer. FLORS, IUAN BAUTISTA, Panama, Rep. of Panama, Chemical Engineering, Pan Amer- ican Club, Treasurer, International Stu- dents Organization, AICE. FLOURNOY, IAMES M., Atlanta, Ga., Aerospace Engineering, AIAA, Young Re- publicans Club. FLOWER, PAUL H., New Orleans, La., Civil Engineering, Delta Tau Delta, Vice Presi- dent, Softball Coach, Kitchen Manager, 45 7 4 Senior Director I Guide, Homecoming Chairman, Bulldog Club, ASCE. FORD, IAMES R., Shreveport, La., Chemi- cal Engineering, Theta Chi, President, Sec- retary, Chaplain, Glee Club, President, Phi Eta Sigma, IFC, Omega Chi Epsilon, Secre- tary and Charter Member, Bulldog Club, AICE. FOREHAND, RICHARD A., Tucson, Ariz., Chemistry, Arnold Air Society, Operations Officer, Gamma Beta Phi, Secretary and President, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Aqua-Iackets, Iudo Club, Barbell Club, ACS. FORTNER, GEORGE T., Stockbridge, Ga., Industrial Engineering, AIIE. FREDRICKSON, PAUL F., Clark AFB, Philippines, Physics, AIP, Gamma Beta Phi, Corresponding Secretary. FREEDMAN, CHARLES R., Great Neck, N.Y., Industrial Engineering, Alpha Epsilon Pi, Secretary, Historian, Athletic Chairman, Alpha Phi Omega, Technique Special Cor- respondent, AIIE. FREEMAN, DENNIS O., Birmingham, Ala., Electrical Engineering, Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi, Scabbard and Blade, Distinguished Military Student. FRICKS, CHARLES L., Albertville, Ala., Electrical Engineering, Rifle Team. FROME, RUSSELL K., Baltimore, Md., Me- chanical Engineering, Phi Sigma Kappa, Pledgemaster, Rush Chairman, IFC, Bull- dog Club, Bridge Club. FULLER, RICHARD W., Augusta, Ga., Ce- ramic Engineering, Pershing Rifles, Society for Advancement of Management, Canter- burn Assoc., American Ceramic Society, Vice President. FULTON, IAMES W., Peachtree City, Ga., Mechanical Engineering, ASME. FURLOW, THOMAS M., Atlanta, Ga., Civil Engineering, Varsity Gymnastics Team, IAESTE, ASCE. FURLOW, THOMAS M., Atlanta, Ga., Civil Engineering, Varsity Gymnastics Team, IAESTE, ASCE. FUTRELL, LAWRENCE E., Tucker, Ga., Chemistry, Chess Club, President and Vice President, Soccer Club, American Chemi- cal Society, President, Phi Eta Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi. GAFFNEY, WILLIAM F., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., Industrial Engineering, Delta Sigma Phi, Alpha Pi Mu, Alpha-Y-Phalanx, AIIE, Barbell Club. GAINES, IOHN E., Augusta, Ga., Aerospace Engineering, Chi Phi, AIAA. GALUSKY, THOMAS B., Sarasota, Fla., Chemical Engineering, Phi Kappa Phi, 58 Omega Chi Epsilon, Tau Beta Pi. GARRETT, WALTER A., IR., Macon, Ga., Industrial Management, Alpha Kappa Psi, ,American Marketing Assoc., New Dorm Council, President, Inter-Dorm Council, President, Student Advisory Committee to the President. GARRISON, ROYCE C., Adel, Ga., Indus- trial Management, Delta Sigma Pi, Histori- an, American Marketing Assoc., Society for Advancement of Management. GAY, RAY E., Augusta, Ga., Civil Engineer- ing, Chi Phi, ASCE. GEGAN, IOHN H., Atlanta, Ga., Chemical Engineering, Technique, Features Editor, Asst. News Editor, AICE, Vice President, ACS, Vice President, Sec.-Treas., IAESTE, US-UR, Young Republicans, Political Forum, Student Council Academic Com- mittee. GEGAUFF, ANTHONY Ga., Lake Ho- patcong, N.I., Civil Engineering, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Athletic and Rush Chairman, Vice President, ASCE. GENT, CARL D., Chamblee, Ga., Industrial Management, NROTC, Scabbard and Blade, Society for Advancement of Man- agement. GEORGE, RONALD W., Columbus, Ga., Physics, Chi Psi, Vice President, Secretary, Lodge Manager, Athletic Chairman, Bull- dog Club, Chi Psi Alumni Corp., Under- Graduate Secretary. GERALD, NASH D., IV, Atlanta, Ga., Chemical Engineering, Delta Sigma Phi, Steward, Asst. Treasurer, Society of Ameri- can Military Engineers, AICE, T-Club, Technique Sports Staff, Cross County Team, Track Team, Atlanta Track Club. GIBBS, GARY L., Decatur, Ga., Electrical Engineering, Sailing Club, Vice Commo- dore, Society of American Military Engi- neers, Army ROTC Rifle Team, Varsity Rifle Team. GIBSON, IAMES L., Daytona Beach, Fla., Industrial Management, T-Club, IM Honor Society. GIBSON, MASON C., Summerville, Ga., In- dustrial Engineering, AIIE, Iudo Club, Assoc. for Computing Machinery. GILPATRICK, CARROLL HUNTER, East Point, Ga., Mechanical Engineering: Naval ROTC, Flight Indoctrination Program, Soc- cer Club. GIRO, RAFAEL E., Hialeah, Fla., Industrial Engineer, Lambda Chi Alpha, Correspon- dent, AIIE, Sports Car Club. GLAZER, IEROME L., Baltimore, Md., Chemical Engineering, Alpha Epsilon Pi, Secretary, Alumni Chairman, Homecoming Display Chairman, Advisory Cabinet to President, SFI Conference, Franklin Foun- dation, Student Council, Campus Govern- ment Committee, Chairman, Campus Chest, Homecoming, Departmental Rela- tions, Student-Faculty Activities Board, Secretary, Alpha Phi Omega, President, Secretary, W.S.F., AICE, Executive Board, IFC Blood Drive, President's Club. GOSLIN, IOHN A., Welch, W. Va., Chemi- cal Engineering, Phi Kappa Tau, Alumni Secretary, Administrative Secretary, AICE, Phi Eta Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Ch E Honorary, Treasurer, SL 8: EC, Co-op Comm. Chairman, Bulldog Club, Fraternity Honor Board, Executive Roundtable, Tech Center Governing Board, External Vice President, Who's Who Among Students. GRAHAM, IOHNNY W., Charlotte, N.C., Electrical Engineering, Co-op Student, IEEE. GRANGER, LEE I., St. Petersburg, Fla., Aerospace Engineering, Delta Sigma Phi, Vice President, Treasurer, Freshman Base- ball, AIAA, Bulldog Club, Tau Beta Pi, IFC Honor Board, Secretary. GREEK, PHILIP A., Chattanooga, Tenn., Textile Engineering, SEIWC Wrestling Champion, Wrestling Team, Persian Rifles, ROTC Captain. GREENE, LEONARD A., Charleston, S.C., Electrical Engineering, Phi Epsilon Pi, Pres- ident, Vice President, Plegemaster, Rush Chairman, Executive Committee, IFC, IFC Honor Board, Techwood Tutorial Project, APO, IEEE, Rifle Team, Advanced Army ROTC, IAESTE, News Director, Student FM Station, Aqua-Iackets. GREENE, THOMAS V., Savannah, Ga., Physics, Alpha Phi Omega, Secretary, New- Man Club, AIP, American Nuclear Society. GRICE, DEWEY I., Atlanta, Ga., Civil Engi- neering, Freshman Baseball, Chi Epsilon, ASCE. GRIGSBY, IAMES D., Huntsville, Ala., En- gineering Mechanics, Pi Kappa Phi, Social Chairman, Scholarship Chairman, Furnish- ings Director, Bulldog Club, Sailing Club, AIAA. GUSSMAN, MARTIN T., Atlanta, Ga., In- dustrial Engineering. GUTH, STANLEY W., Dale, Ind., Industrial Management, T-Club. GUTHRIE, I. MARVIN, Lusaka Zambic, C. Africa, Aerospace Engineering, Chi Psi, Alumni Relations, Co-op Club, Briaerean Society. GUTIERREZ, STACEY M., Albany, Ga., In- dustrial Management, AMA, Society for Advancement of Management. HABER, BARRY G., Miami, Fla., Chemical Engineering, Alpha Epsilon Pi, Steward, Treasurer, Kitchen Manager, Alpha Phi Omega, Treasurer, Technique, Rambler. HALLER, ROBERT G., Richmond, Va., En- gineering Mechanics, Pi Kappa Alpha, Vice President, IFC Greek Week, Chairman, Homecoming Displa Chairman, Sailing Club, Sports Car Club. HAMILTON, HUGH B., IR., Easley, S.C., Mechanical Engineering, ASME, President, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Pi Tau Sigma, Sailing Club, Dean's List, Political Forum, Young Republicans Club. HAMMOCK, MARION H., College Park, Ga., Mathematics, BSU, State and Local President, Executive Roundtable, Dorm Counselor. HAMMOND, DEAN C., IR., Columbia, S.C., Mechanical Engineering, Pi Tau Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi. HANIE, PHILIP P., Atlanta, Ga., Industrial Engineering, Sailing Club, AIIE, IAESTE, Alpha Pi Mu. HANKEY, PAUL E., IR., Atlanta, Ga., In- dustrial Management, Delta Upsilon, Vets Club, Bulldog Club. HARBOUGH, STEPHEN P., Middletown, O., Aerospace Engineering, Theta Xi, Pledge Director, Flying Club, AIAA. HARGETT, HUELL T., Atlanta, Ga., Me- chanical Engineering, SAME, Army ROTC, ASME. HARRELL, MAXWELL M., Douglas, Ga., Industrial Management, Psi Society, IM Honor Society, SAM, AMA. HARRELL, WILLIAM l'., IR., Eastman, Ga., Chemical Engineering. HARRIS, WILLIAM R., Griffin, Ga.: Indus- trial Engineering, Arnold Air Society, Per- sonnel Officer, Alpha Pi Mu, AIIE, Bri- aerean Society, AFROTC, Distinguished Military Graduate. HARTLEY, FORREST A., III, Macon, Ga., Electrical Engineering. HARVEY, IAMES F., III, Moss Point, Miss., Applied Mathematics, Phi Sigma Kappa, President, Secretary, Asst. Vice President, Band, Gamma Beta Phi, ACM. HARVILL, WILLIAM A., Tucker, Ga., Me- chanical Engineering, Delta Tau Delta, House Manager, T-Club, Wrestling Team Captain, ASME, Sports Car Club. HAYES, THOMAS P., IR., Decatur, Ga., Electrical Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Eta Sigma, Eta Kappa Nu, Recording Secretary, Aqua-Iackets, Presi- dent. HAYS, IOHN C., Lawrenceville, Ga., Indus- trial Engineering, AIIE, Alpha Pi Mu. HEARTZ, WILLIAM T., Palm Bay, Fla.: Civil Engineering, Chi Epsilon, ASCE. HERD, HAROLD E., Atlanta, Ga., Mechani- cal Engineering, ASME. HERNANDEZ, LUIS E., Rio de Ianeiro, Bra- zil, Mechanical Engineering. HERWIG, ROY A., Atlanta, Ga., Civil Engi- neering. HICKEY, IAMES E., Marietta, Ga., Archi- tecture, Phi Kappa Sigma, House Manager, Pledge Trainer, Rush Chairman, Sports Car Club, AIA. HICKS, WILLIAM A., Shelby, N.C., Me- chanical Engineering, Pi Tau Sigma, SAE. HILLE, DONALD H., Sanford, Fla., Electri- cal Engineering, IEEE, New Dorm Council. HILLIARD, HUGH, Atlanta, Georgia, Aero- space Engineering, Freshman Cross Coun- try, AIAA. HILLIARD, FRED D., Tifton, Ga., Industrial Management, AMA. HILTON, CHARLES T., Ir., Chattanooga, Tenn., Electrical Engineering, Marching and Concert Band, Head Librarian, Eta Kappa Nu, Kappa Kappa Psi, Briaerean So- ciety Co-op Honorary. HINES, TERRY, Spartanburg, S.C., Build- ing Construction, Kappa Alpha, AIA, ASC. HINTON, WILLIAM O., Stockbridge, Ga., Engineering Mechanics. HOENES, KARL E., Bradenton, Fla., Phys- ics, Tau Beta Pi, ACM. HOLBROOK, WILLIAM L., Atlanta, Ga., Civil Engineering, ASCE. HOLLAND, CHARLES I., Dublin, Ga., Mathematics, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Dormitory Resident Advisor. HOLLINGSWORTH, WILLIAM B., Mon- roe, La., Aerospace Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha, Asst. Treasurer, Scholarship Chairman, Finance Committee, Sigma Gamma Tau. HORRES, CHARLES R., IR., Charleston, S.C., Chemical Engineering, Sailing Club, AICE. HORST, HENRY R., Brandon, Fla., Chemi- cal Engineering, Delta Upsilon, Secretary, Executive Committee. HOSTINSKY, I. MICHAEL, Columbus, Ga., Applied Mathematics. HOVERKAMP, IOHN D., Massillon, O., Aerospace Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha. HUBER, E. RICHARD, New Orleans, La., Industrial Engineering, Chi Phi, Historian, AIIE. HUEY, CHARLES S., Livingston, Ala., In- dustrial Engineering, Sigma Chi, Editor, Rambler, Managing Editor, Entertainment Editor, Alpha Pi Mu, Alpha-Y-Phalanx. HUFF, STEPHEN M., Atlanta, Ga., Indus- trial Management, Freshman Football, Vet- erans Club, President, Vice President, Ath- letic Director, AMA, Program, Membership and Social Chairman, Barbell Club. HUGHES, CHARLES W., Miami Beach, Fla., Aerospace Engineering, Pi Kappa Phi, Treasurer, Warden, Historian, Rush Chair- man, Sigma Gamma Tau, Tau Beta Pi. HULL, GEOFFREY P., Atlanta, Ga., Indus- trial Management, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Treasurer, Steward, Delta Sigma Pi, Chan- cellor, IM Honor Society, Scabbard and Blade, Gamma Beta Phi, Secretary, SAM, Tri-Angle Club, Executive Roundtable. HUNT, BARRY T., Norcross, Ga., Electrical Engineering, IEEE, SAME. HUTSON, WILLIAM H., Miami, Fla., Elec- trical Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha, Sec- retary. IACKSON, CHARLES I., Savannah, Ga., Chemical Engineering, AICE, Omega Chi Epsilon. IACKSON, HENRY C., Savannah, Ga., Civil Engineering, ASCE, Chi Epsilon, Tau Beta Pi, Bridge Club, New Dorm Council. IACOBS, WILLIAM R., Ir., Dunedin, Fla., Mechanical Engineering, Chi Phi, Pi Tau Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Arnold Air Society, Varsity Gymnastics Team. IARRARD, DALE L., Chamblee, Ga., Indus- trial Management, Pi Kappa Phi, Chaplain, Steward. IENKINS, WILLIAM C., Silver Spring, Md., Electrical Engineering, Phi Kappa Phi, Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, Briaerean Society. IETT, IULIAN C., IR., Atlanta, Ga., Indus- trial Management, Chi Phi, Secretary, Fi- nancial Board, Iudicial Board, House Stew- ard, Bulldog Club, SAM, AMA. IOHNS, WILLIAM F., Needham, Mass., In- dustrial Design, IDSA, T-Book Drama Tech, Shrapnel. IOHNSON, BENTON I., St. Petersburg, Fla., Psychology, Psi Society. IOHNSON, DONALD L., Macon, Ga., Civil Engineering, ASCE. IOHNSON, GLENN H., Moline, Ill., Build- ing Construction, Baseball Team, Political Forum, ASC. IOHNSON, HERMAN W., Ir., Gainesville, Ga., Chemical Engineering, Delta Upsilon, Co-op Club, Bulldog Club, AICE. IOHNSON, IOHNNY N., Martinez, Ga., In- dustrial Engineering, AIIE. IOHNSON, RALPH B., Winder, Ga., Phys- ics, Phi Kappa Sigma, Secretary, Second Vice President, Bulldog Club, Secretary, Photo Club, Radio Club, ANS, AIP, Physics Teaching Asst. Student Counselor. IOHNSON, ROBERT W., IR., Decatur, Ga., Physics, AIP. IONES, DANIEL L., Rome, Ga., Industrial Engineering. IONES, OLIVER H., Atlanta, Ga., Electrical Engineering, Sigma Phi Epsilon, House Manager, Football Manager, Sports Car Club, FM Radio, IAESTE Exchange Stu- dent, IEEE. 459 Senior Director IONES, WYMAN IOE, Albany, Ga., Electri- cal Engineering, Sigma Nu, Asst. Social and Rush Chairman, Student Council, FM Radio, Program Director, College Life. IORDAN, ROBERT A., Atlanta, Ga., Indus- trial Engineering, Dorm Counselor, Interna- tional Assoc. for Student Exchange, Stu- dent Advisory Committee to the President, Campus Charities Committee, Executive Roundtable, Alpha Pi Mu, SAE. IOUANET, PHIL G., Houston, Texas, In- dustrial Management, Interdormitory Council, President, New Dorm Council, President, SAE, Chairman, AIIE, SAM. IUSTICE, LAWRENCE E., Fitzgerald, Ga., Chemical Engineering, AICE, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi. KALB, IOEL T., Manchester, Tenn., Phys- ics, Sigma Pi Sigma, Tau Beta Pi. KARCHMER, HOWARD B., Memphis, Tenn., Architecture, Phi Epsilon Pi, House Manager, Treasurer, Vice President, Execu- tive Committee, AIA. KEITH, PAUL S., Atlanta, Ga., Physics. KELLEY, WALTER G., Shreveport, La., Mathematics, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Eta Sigma, Pi Mu Epsilon, Secretary. KESSLER, RICHARD C., Rincon, Ga., In- dustrial Engineering, AIIE, AFROTC Band. KILPATRICK, IOHN W., IR., Chamblee, Ga., Industrial Engineering, AIIE. KILPATRICK, IOSEPH C., Murphy, N.C., Aerospace Engineering, AIAA: Sigma Gamma Tau. KINCY, WILLIAM P., III, Houston, Texas, Chemical Engineering, Phi Eta Sigma, Bri- arerean Society, AICE. KINDLEY, IAMES T., Salisbury, N.C., In- dustrial Design, IDSA, Librarian, Tau Sigma Delta. KINNER, RONALD R., Brooksville, Fla., Electrical Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, IEEE, Society of Automotive Engineers. KIRK, THOMAS A., Memphis, Tenn., Arch- itecture, Phi Kappa Phi, Tau Sigma Delta, President. KIRKINDALL, ARTHUR S., Orange, Texas, Aerospace Engineering, Delta Upsilon, Scholarship Chairman, Phi Eta Sigma, Band, Sigma Gamma Tau, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Kappa Kappa Psi, Dean's List. KIRKPATRICK, IOHN W., Decatur, Ga., Physics, Arnold Air Society, Chaplain, AIP, American Nuclear Society. KREBS, RICHARD I., Atlanta, Ga., Civil Engineering, Alpha Epsilon Pi, President, 460 Vice President, Asst. Treasurer, Rush Chairman, Bulldog Club, Vice President, Ramblin' Reck Club, Interfraternity Coun- cil, Executive Roundtable, Homecoming Committee, ASCE. LACLE, BRUCE W., San Iose, Costa Rica, Chemical Engineering, Soccer Club, Pan American Union Club, International Stu- dents Organization, AICE. LAMBERT, FRANK H., Lewisburg, Tenn., Chemical Engineering, AICE. LANGDON, WILLIAM H., Atlanta, Ga., In- dustrial Engineering, Chi Phi, Committee Chairman, Alpha Pi Mu, AIIE, Tau Beta Pi. LaPORTE, ROGER E., Miami, Fla., Me- chanical Engineering, Pi Tau Sigma, Socie- ty of Automotive Engineers. LARIZZA, FRANK I., Huron, Ohio, Indus- trial Management, Delta Sigma Pi, Treasur- er, Ir. Vice President, SAM, AMA, Execu- tive Roundtable, Finance Committee, Stu- dent Council. LASER, RICHARD D., Clearwater, Fla., Physics, Tau Beta Pi, Barbell Club. LASHER, IOHN C., Atlanta, Ga., Electrical Engineering, Radio Club, President, Flying Club, IEEE, Eta Kappa Nu. LASSETER, THOMAS I., Miami, Fla., Phys- ics, Co-op Club, President and Vice Presi- dent, Tau Beta Pi, President and Vice Presi- dent, Executive Roundtable, Vice Presi- dent, Phi Eta Sigma, Sigma Pi Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi, President's Advisory Cabinet, Who's Who Among Students. LASSITER, ISAAC H., III, Iackson, Tenn., Industrial Engineering, T-Club, Campus Crusade for Christ, Alpha Pi Mu, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, AIIE. LAWLEY, GEORGE B., IR., Chattanooga, Tenn., Mechanical Engineering, Sigma Chi, ASME, Triangle Club, Alpha Y Phalanx. LEE, DAVID G., Decatur, Ga., Electrical En- gineering. LEE, HSIAO P., Hong Kong, Electrical En- gineering, Chinese Club, Vice President, Treasurer, International Student Organiza- tion, Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Eta Sigma, IEEE. LEE, IOHN L., Eastman, Ga., Civil Engi- neering, Sigma Chi, Pledge Trainer, Schol- arship Chairman, USA-USSR Cultural Ex- change, Scabbard and Blade, Resident Dorm Advisor, Student Center Committee, Freshman Camp Counselor, Bulldog Club, ASCE. LENTZ, ROBERT T., Fort Pierce, Fla., Me- chanical Engineering, Chi Psi, President, Rush Chairman, Historian, Tau Beta Pi, Bri- aerean Society, Treasurer, ASME, Secre- tary, Bulldog Club, Pi Tau Sigma, T-Book. LESLIE, THOMAS C., Avondale Estates, Ga., Civil Engineering, Phi Delta Theta, President, Chi Epsilon, President, ODK, ASCE, Tau Beta Pi, Freshman Camp Coun- selor. LEVINE, CHARLES S., Florence, S.C., Chemistry, Alpha Epsilon Pi, Asst. Excheq- uer, Social Chairman, Sentinal, Ramblin' Reck Club, Bulldog Club, Executive Round Table, Student-Faculty Leadership Confer- ence, ACS. LEWIS, DANIEL W., Atlanta, Ga., Electri- cal Engineering, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Radio Club: IEEE. LEWIS, KENNETH I., Louisville, Ga., In- dustrial Engineering, Chi Phi, Iudicial Board, Financial Board and Treasurer, AIIE, Bulldog Club. LEWIS, MARVIN D., Dalton, Ga., Textiles, Delta Kappa Phi, President. LIGNUGARIS, ROGER W., Elizabeth, N.I., Industrial Management, Theta Xi, Secre- tary and Vice President, Pledgemaster, So- cial and Rush Chairman, Young Republi- cans. LINK, FREDERICK E., Abbeville, S.C., Psy- chology, Sigma Nu, Vice President, Secre- tary, Student Council, Radio Communica- tions Board, Secretary, Psychology Profes- sional Society, Vice President, Technique Staff, Sports Writer, Biology Society, Radio Station, Rambler Staff. LIPPKE, PAUL, Arlington Heights, Ill., Civil Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha, ASCE, Lu- theran Student Assoc., Young Republicans Club. LITSINGER, CARL S., Waynesboro, Va., Mechanical Engineering, Pi Kappa Alpha, Editor, Corresponding Secretary, ASME: SAM. LITTLEIOHN, NORMAN H., Gaffney, S.C., Mechanical Engineering, Pi Tau Sigma, Secretary, Phi Eta Sigma, IAESTE, Tech- mate, Baptist Student Union, Secretary- Treasurer, ASME, Society of Automotive Engineers. LOCKMAN, CHALMERS D., IR., Toccoa, Ga., Aerospace Engineering, Tau Kappa Ep- silon. LOGAN, MICHAEL, Union City, Tenn., Electrical Engineering. LOOK, ALEXANDER, Bogota, Colombia, Electrical Engineering. LOWE, IOHN A., Atlanta, Ga., Electrical Engineering, Phi Eta Sigma, Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, IEEE. LUND, IERRY S., Decatur, Ga., Biology, Drama Tech, Wesley Foundation, Biologi- cal Society, NROTC Rifle Team, Captain. LYLE, IAMES A., Chattanooga, Tenn., In- dustrial Management, Sigma Alpha Epsi- lon, IM Honor Society, Secretary, Scabbard and Blade, President, Delta Sigma Pi, Vice President, ROTC, Lt. Col., Brigade Staff, Shrapnel, Editor, Distinguished Military Student, Canterbury Club, Who's Who Among Students, IM Honor Society, Scab- bard and Blade, Delta Sigma Pi, Executive Roundtable, SAM, AMA, Varsity Football, Freshman Swimming, Student Lecture and Entertainment Committee, Barbell Club, ODK Presidents Club, IM Honors Semi- nary, Professor of Military Science Award. LYLE, WILLIAM F., Hialeah, Fla., Electrical Engineering, Co-op, Section II, Vice Presi- dent, Techwood Dorm Council, President, Inter-Dorm Council, IEEE. LYNN, KYLE, Smyrna, Ga., Industrial Man- agement, National Management Associa- tion. MADDEN, MICHAEL E., Arlington, Texas, Mechanical Engineering, ASME, SAM. MADDOX, ROBERT W., Atlanta, Ga., In- dustrial Management: SAM: AMA, IM Honor Society. MAFFETT, MICHAEL E., Atlanta, Ga.: Ap- plied Biology, Phi Kappa Tau, President, Pledgemaster, Alpha-Y-Phalanx, Biological Society, Treasurer, Bulldog Club. MAHANY, RICHARD E., Savannah, Ga., Textiles, Delta Kappa Phi, Scabbard and Blade, AF Distinguished Military Student. MANGIN, ALBERT M., Largo, Fla., Physics, Phi Kappa Theta, Founder, Varsity Swim- ming, Newman Federation, Chairman, Sigma Pi Sigma, President, Tau Beta Pi, Treasurer, NROTC Battalion Commander, Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Eta Sigma, Scabbard and Blade, Military Honorary, American Nuclear Society, Most Outstanding NORTC Ir. in Scholarship, Leadership, Pro- fessor of Naval Science Award, U.S. Navy Foreign Exchange Program. MARTIN, ALAN L., Atlanta, GA.: Psycholo- gy, Alpha Epsilon Pi, Vice President, Rush Chairman, Student Lecture and Entertain- ment Committee, Psi Society, Phi Kappa Phi. MARTIN, DANIEL P., Carteret, N.I., Mathe- matics, Drama Tech, Secretary, President, Executive Roundtable, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Presidents Club. MARTIN, RAND D., Atlanta, Ga., Industrial Management, Alpha Kappa Psi, SAM, Ram- blin' Sam Newspaper, Editor, AMA. MARTZ, BENNY L., Charleston, S.C., Building Construction, Technique Staff, ASC, Objectives Committee. MASON, DAVID P., IR., Mobile, Ala., In- dustrial Engineering, SAM, AIIE, Society of Automotive Engineers. MATHIS, KENNETH E., West Palm Beach, Fla., Electrical Engineering, Veterans Club, Vice President, Toastmasters. MAXHAM, WILLIAM D., Austell, Ga., Physics, AIP. MAXWELL, IAMES E., Cairo, Ga., Textiles, Band, Delta Kappa Phi, Kappa Kappa Psi. MCAULIFFE, GARY H., Atlanta, Ga., Me- chanical Engineering, Kappa Sigma, House Manager, ASME. MGCALL, RUDOLPH R., Valdosta, Ga., Ar- chitecture, Kappa Alpha, Historian. MCCARTHY, IOHN M., Iackson, Tenn., In- dustrial Management, Alpha Tau Omega, Treasurer, Phi Kappa Phi, IM Honor Socie- ty, President, T-Club, Triangle Club, SFI Conference Committee, Student-Faculty Relations Comm. McCLOSKEY, MICHAEL H., Austin, Texas, Aerospace Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha, Secretary, AIAA, Phi Eta Sigma, Sigma Gamma Tau, Treasurer. McCLOSKEY, IOSEPH P., Atlanta, Ga., Mathematics. MCCORD, EUGENE L., Covington, Ga., In- dustrial Management, Vet Club, Publicity and Blood Drive Chairman. MCCORD, VINCENT A., Nashville, Tenn., Mathematics. MCCOWEN, DAVID S., Atlanta, Ga., Archi- tecture, Kappa Alpha, AIA. MCCOY, REAGAN S., Houston, Texas, Civil Engineering, Pi Kappa Alpha, Secre- tary, Who's Who Among Students, Alpha Phi Omega, President, Tau Beta Pi, Chi Ep- silon, Briaerean Society, President, Co-op Club, Student Council, Executive Round- table, Phi Kappa Phi, Swimming Varsity Team, Dorm Counselor, ASCE. MCCRAINIE, STEPHEN C., Eastman, Ga., Industrial Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha. MCDERMOTT, DONALD G., Wilmington, N.C., Mechanical Engineering, Sigma Chi, Historian, ASME, Triangle Club, Alpha Y Phalynx, Pi Tau Sigma, NROTC, Platoon Commander. MCDONALD, ROBERT H., Arlington, Va., Civil Engineering, Phi Kappa Tau, Editor, Chi Epsilon, ASCE, SAME, Secretary, Dorm Counselor, Eng. Bn. CO, Newman Club. MCFALLS, ROBERT A., Chattanooga, Tenn., Aerospace Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha, Social Chairman, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi. MCKNIGHT, TERRY D., Tampa Fla., Elec- trical Engineering, Phi Gamma Delta, Stew- ard, Co-op Club, Treasurer, Briaerean Soci- ety, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi. MCCLELLAN, WILLIAM R.,' Dalton, Ga., Industrial Engineering, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Chaplain, Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Pi Mu. MCMAHON, PATRICK F., Atlanta, Ga., In- dustrial Engineering, Delta Sigma Phi, Newman Club, Wrestling Club, Bulldog Club, Student Council. MCMURRAY, BRUCE K., West Palm Beach, Fla., Aerospace Engineering, Sigma Chi, Scabbard and Blade. MEE, WILLIAM W., Chattanooga, Tenn., Industrial Engineering, Alpha Pi Mu, Pi Tau Chi, Secretary and Treasurer, Wesley Foundation. ' MEINERT, KERWIN K., Leawood, Kan., Chemical Engineering, Delta Tau Delta, Wrestling and Gym Coach, Scholarship Chairman, Executive Committee, Varsity Wrestling, Army ROTC Distinguished Mili- tary Student. MENHORN, H. GEORGE, III, Pittsburgh, Pa., Industrial Engineering, Alpha Pi Mu, Secretary, Kappa Kappa Psi, AIIE, Band, B.S.U. MERREN, IOEL M., Albany, Ga., Industrial Management, Alpha Epsilon Pi, Vice Presi- dent, ecretary, Pledge Master, IM Honor- ary Society, Band, Sailing Club, Secretary, gpcpits Car Club, Technique Staff, Rambler ta . MEYER, IAMES E., Springfield, Tenn., Me- chanical Engineering, Sigma Nu, Social Chairman, Koseme Society, Ramblin' Reck Club, Vice President, Inter-Fraternity Council, Social Chairman, Who's Who Among Students, Freshman Camp Counse- or. MIKOLOWSKY, WILLIAM T., Mason- town, Pa., Aerospace Engineering, Sigma Gamma Tau, Vice President, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Eta Sigma. MILLER, CHARLEY H., Branson, Mo., Aerospace Engineering, Co-op Club, Trian- gle Club. MILLER, FRANK I., Augusta, Ga., Civil En- gineering, Chi Epsilon, ASCE. MILLER, TERRY A., New Orleans, La., Electrical Engineering, Band, Techwood Tutorial Project. MILLER, WILLIAM C., Hialeah, Fla., Civil Engineering, Phi Kappa Sigma, ASCE. MILLHOLLAN, MICHAEL S., Atlanta, Ga., Electrical Engineering, IEEE. MILLS, COOPER N., IDR., Griffin, Ga., In- dustrial Management, hi Delta Theta, So- cial Chairman, Executive Committee. MILLS, MICHAEL T., Tampa, Fla., Indus- Engineering, Freshman Track Team, MITCHELL, IOHN L., Salem, Va., Aero- space Engineering. MITCHELL, LOUIS A., Decatur, Ga., Chemistry, American Chemistry Society, Secretary-Treasurer, Photo Club, Band, Ar- nold Air Society. MITCHELL, ROBERT B., New York, N.Y., Iindustrial Management, Sigma Chi, Presi- ent. MOBLEY, DAVID H., IR., Decatur, Ga., Mathematics. MONFORT, CLARENCE E., IR., Atlanta, Ga., Industrial Management, Delta Upsilon, Asst. Treasurer, SAM. MONK, DOUGLAS R., Atlanta, Ga., Indus- trial Engineering, Freshman Baseball, AIIE, SAM. MONNOT. CHARLES L., Norco, La., Chem- 461 Senior Directory ical Engineering, Phi Kappa Tau, Vice Pres- ident, Varsity Gymnastics, Captain, Tau Beta Pi, T Club, Scabbard and Blade, Cheerleader. MOORE, MICHAEL I., Decatur, Ga., Indus- trial Engineering, Alpha Pi Mu. MORRIS, IUDY C., Toccoa, Ga., Textile Chemistry, Alpha Xi Delta, Membership Chairman, Secretar , Chaplain, Quil Chairman, IFC Rep., Glamma Psi, President, Ramblin' Reck, Cheerleader, Society of Women Engineers, Women Student As.- gouncil, AATCC, Whois Who Among Stu- ents. MORTENSON, ANDERS R., Dunedin, Fla., Aerospace Engineering. MOSHELL, IACK M., Cuthbert, Ga., Phys- ics, Newman Club, President, IAESTE, American Nuclear Society, Sigma Pi Sigma, Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Kapjpa Phi, Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Chi, Glee Clu , Radio Club, Iudo Club, China Club. MOTTER, EDWARD T., Baltimore, Md., Electrical Engineering, Band, IEEE. MOWRY, LELAND B., III, Rome, Ga., In- dustrial Management, AMA, President, Delta Si ma Pi, Senior Guide, Executive Roundtagle, Presidents Club, Student Council, SAM, Student-Faculty Relations Committee, Ramblin' Sam Staff, Barbell Club, Canterbury Club, Program Commit- tee. MUSHINSKY, HAROLD, Washincgton, D.C., Electrical Engineering, IEEE, hief Computer Wizard. NATION, FLOYD R., Madison, Ga., Me- chanical Engineeriw, Pi Tau Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, Honorary E Fraternity. NEGRO, IAMES E., St. Louis, Mo., Electri- cal Engineering, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Trea- surer, Tau Beta Pi, Vice President, Eta Kappa Nu, Vice President, Phi Kappa Phi, Scabbard and Blade, AFROTC. NELSON, MARVIN R., Sugsar Valley, Ga., Mechanical Engineering, A ME. NEWFIELD, STEVEN I., Iacksonville, Fla., Mathematics, Phi Epsilon Pi, President, Asst. Treasurer, Treasurer, Corresponding Secretary. NEWSOME, IAMES L., Columbus, Ga., Egecgrical Engineering, IEEE, Circle K, Vets C u . NIX, IOHN B., IR., Alexandria, Va., Aero- space Engineering, Arnold Air Society, Commander, Sigma Gamma Tau. NORMAN, DAVID A., East Point, Ga., Mathematics. OHLINGER, WAYNE L., Babson Park, Fla., Ceramic Engineering, ACS, Treasurer, Sports Car C ub, Fencing Club. ORR, CHARLES M., Rome, Ga., Textiles, Chi Phi, ASTM, AATCC, Triangle Club, Alpha Y Phalanx. O'SHEA, TIMOTHY I., Columbus, Ga., In- dustrial Engineerinlg, Lambda Chi Algha, Alumni Secretary, ush Book Editor, tu- dent Council, Secretary, Chairman - Ram- blin' Reck Comm., AIIE, President, Student Advisory Committee to the President, 462 flpha Y Phalanx, Freshman Camp Counse- or. PAGUIBITAN, GAUDENCIO C., Savan- nah, Ga., Civil Engineering. PARK, T. ALLEN, Chamblee, Ga., Applied Mathematics, Chi Psi, President, Vice Presi- dent, Rush Chairman, Blueprint, Fraternity and Classes Editor, Bulldog Club. PARKER, IIM H., Geneva, Ga., Industrial Management, SAM, AMA, IM Honors Soci- ety. PARKER, KENNETH L., Lithonia, Ga., In- dustrial Management, Alpha Kap a Psi, IM Rpdnor Society, Alpha appa lgsi, SAM, A. PARSONS, CHARLES A., Coral Gables, Fla., Industrial Management, AMA, ASME, SAM, Pershing Rifles, Circle K. PATCHIN, RICHARD M., Columbus, Ga., Textiles, Delta Kappa Phi, Treasurer, Dorm Counselor. PATRICK, HOWARD W., Lakeland, Fla., Electrical En ineering, Delta Tau Delta, Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, Treasurer, Phi Kappa Phi, IEEE, Briaerean Society, Dorm Counselor, Wesley Foundation. PEARL, RONALD G., Ft. Myers Beach, Fla., Electrical Engineering, Eta Kappa Nu, Pho- tography Club, Executive Roundtable, Triangle Club, IEEE. PECKHAM, IOHN R., Atlanta, Ga., Electri- cal Engineering, Band. PEHLER, IOHN S., Tifton, Ga., Industrial Management. PENLAND, BARRY E., Decatur, Ga., Elec- 53031 Engineering, IEEE, Scabbard and a e. PENT, IAMES L., Atlanta, Ga., Industrial Sigma, Pledge Management, Phi Kalppga Trainer, Bulldog Cu, Interfraternity Council. PEPPER, IAMES H., Decatur, Ga., Textiles, Delta Kappa Phi. PERRY, IOHN R., Savannah, Ga., Industrial Management, SAM, AMA. PETWAY, I. MICHAEL, Paducah, Ky., Electrical Engineering, Eta Kappa Nu, Cor- responding Secretary, IEEE, Tau Beta Pi. PHILLIPS, IERRY O., McDonough, Ga., Me- chanical Engineering, Tau Ka pa Epsilon, Pylortes, House Mana er, Student Council, Tech Day Chairman, SAE, ASME, Triangle Club, Barbell Club. PHILLIPS, WILLIAM K., Cary, N.C., Chem- ical Engineering, Band, Inter-Varsity Chris- tian Fe lowship, President. PICCIUOLO, IONATHAN C., Augusta, Ga., Aerospace Engineering, Sigma Gamma Tau, Vice Presidentixapdo Club, Newman Chub, AIAA, SAME, OTC Paper "Tiller'l E itor. PIELOP, WILLIAM E., Houston, Texas, In- dustrial Engineering, Alpha Pi Mu, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa hi, AIIE. PIERCE, RAYMOND F., Hammond, La., Mathematics, Photography Club, Canter- bury Club, Assoc. for omputing Machin- ery, Secretary. PIERCE, ROBERT T., Hawkinsville, Ga., Industrial Engineering, Alpha Pi Mu, AIIE. PIGUE, IAMES D., Ir., Memphis, Tenn., Ar- chitecture. PINKERTON, ROBERT F., Macon, Ga., In- dustrial Management, SAM, AMA, Alpha Kappa Psi. PITONIAK, FRANCIS I., Stratford, Conn., Aerospxalce Engineering, Beta Theta Pi, Table anager, Student Lecture and Enter- tainment Committee, Si ma Gamma Tau, Scabbard and Blade, Sicretary, Student Center Program Board. PITTARD, IOEL C., Athens, Ga., Ap lied Biology, Si ma Chi, Historian, Plled e Trainer, Alpqia Y Phalanx, Triangle CluIJ, Student Council, Freshman Camp Counse- lor, Biology Society. PLAFCAN, DANIEL I., Brinkley, Ark., In- dustrial Engineering, Phi Kappa Theta, Founder, President, Bulldog Club, Newman Club, AIIE, Inter-dorm Council. POTEKHEN, RICHARD P., Buford, Ga., Aerospace Engineering, Co-op Club, Sec- tion I President, Varsity Wrestling. POWELL, LOUIE I., Iacksonville, Fla., Elec- trical Engineering, B.S.U., Executive Coun- ci , IEE. PRESTON, IOHN F., Sarasota, Fla., Ceram- ic Engineering, American Certamic Society, Keramos. PRICE, MILLER H., Luray, Va., Industrial Management, Delta Sigma Pi, President, Professional Chairman, AMA, SAM, IM Honor Society, Executive Roundtable, Student-Faculty Relations Committee, President's Club, Barbell Club, Student- Faculty Leadership Conference. PRICE, ROBERT K., Fayetteville, Ga., In- dustrial Engineering, Apha Tau Omega, House Manager. PUGH, WILLIAM E., III, Iacksonville, Fla., Civil Engineering, ASCE, Chi Epsilon. PULS, CARL A., Thomson, Ga., Industrial Management, Kappa Sigma, Barbell Club, Wrest ing, SAM. QUINN, WILLIAM D., North Hollywood, Calif., Industrial Management, Phi Kappa Sigma. RAINWATER, KENNETH B., Augusta, Ga., Chemical Engineering, AICE. RAMIREZ, ACUSTIN A., Miami, Fla., Aerospace Engineering, Delta Sigvrpa Phi, Steward, Barbell Club, AIAA, SA E. RfAND, GERALD E., IR., Atlanta, Ga., Tex- ti es. RAUSCHENBERG, DAVID G., Atlanta, Ga., Building Construction, AIA, SAME, Presi- dent, Scabbard and Blade, Distinguished Military Student, Brigade Adjutant, Army ROTC. RAWLS, ARTHUR G., Asheville, N.C., Tex- tiles, Phi Kappa sigma. RAY, IAMES B., IR., Calhoun, Ga., Indus- trial Management, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Bulldog Club: SAM. REDDITT, RICHARD W., Orlando, Fla., In- dustrial Engineering, AIIE, Photo Club. REED, CHARLES D., Sylvania, Ga., Indus- trial Engineering, Beta Theta Pi, Vice Presi- dent, Secretary, Alpha Pi Mu, AIIE, Barbell Club, Techwood Tutorial Project. REED, DONALD B., Merritt Island, Fla., Electrical Engineering, Swimming Team, SEC Championships, 5th Place. REEVES, RICHARD L., Portland, Me., In- dustrial Engineering, Delta Epsilon, Pledge master and trainer, House anager, AII , Advanced ROTC. REHEIS, HAROLD F., Warner Robins, Ga., Civil Engineering, Chi Epsilon, ASCE, Stu- dent Council, Advisory Cabinet to Presi- dent, Departmental Relations Committee, Chairman. REISMAN, STUART R., Miami, Fla., Civil Engineering, Phi Epsilon Pi, Bulldog Club, Baseball Team. REPLOGLE, IAMES W., III, Iesup, Ga., Chemical Engineering, AICE. RHODES, RONALD M., Taylorsville, Ga., Civil Engineering, ASCE. RICE, VOLLEY L., Avondale Estates, Ga., Mechanical Engineering, ASME, Varsity Gymnastics. RICHMOND, IAMES E., Tampa, Fla., In- dustrial Engineering, Alpha Tau Omega, Vice President, Summer President, Secre- tary, Bulldog Club. RICBY, DEREK C., Marietta, Ga., Mechani- cal Engineering, ASME. RINKER, IAMES H., Atlanta, Ga., Mechani- cal Engineering, Phi Delta Kapga, Barbell Club, Lugdaber's Society, Presi ent. ROBERTSON, GEORGE W., Sharpsburg, Ga., Civil Engineering, ASCE. ROBINSON, IOHN H., IR., Newnan, Ga., Electrical Engineering. RIJDRIGUEZ, IOSE R., Havana, Cuba, Tex- ti es. ROGERS, DAVID F., Atlanta, Ga., Indus- trial Management, Band, Secretary, Student Conductor. ROGERS, IOSEPH W., IR., Avondale Es- tates, Ga., Industrial Management, AIpha Tau Omega, Rush Chairman, YMCA, ice President, Alpha Y Phalanx, President, Ad- visory Cabinet to President, Phi Kappa Phi, IM Honor Society, Vice President, Koseme, ODK, YMCA Board of Directors, SL and EC, Student-Facult Ind. Conference, Chairman, Who's Wffo Among Students. ROLLER, THOMAS L., Danville, Ky., Elec- trical Engineering, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Fi- nance and Social Committees, Flying Club, Secretary, Treasurer, Executive Round- table, Scabbard and Blade, US-USSR Cul- tural Exchange Committee, IEEE: Triangle Club, Student Council International Stu- dents Committee. ROMINE. IAMES H., Florence, Ala.: Indus- trial Engineering, Theta Xi, House Manag- er, AIIE, Barbel Club. RONDEAU, EDMOND P., Columbus, Ga., Architecture. ROQUET, IOHN E., Nashville, Tenn., Elec- trica Engineering, Co-op Club, Section I, Briaerean Society, Section I Vice President, Etggappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, IE . ROSEBUSH, RICHARD W., Atlanta, Ga., Industrial Management, Phi Delta Theta, Football Team. ROUSSOS, GEORGE New York, N.Y., Civil Engineering, C i Epsilon, ASCE, IAESTE, Greece. ROY, ROBERT G., Houston, Texas, Indus- trial Management, Theta Chi, SAM, Student-Faculty Relations Chairman, AMA, Delta Sigma Pi. RUFFIN, THOMAS M., Vidalia, Ga., Indus- trial Engineering, Beta Theta Pi, Pledgemaster. RUMRILL, DAVID A., Atlanta, Ga., Aero- space Engineering, AIAA. SALLEY, EDWARD M., College Park, Ga., Industrial En ineering, Si ma Nu, House Manager, Alpgha Pi Mu, Slice President, Alpha Y Phalanx, SAM, AIIE, Barbell Club. SANCINITO, CHARLES FII., IR., Belmont, Mass., C1v1l Engineering, heta Kappa Ep- silon, ASCE, Arnold Air Society. SCHAFFER, ROBERT I., Ormond Beach, Fla., Phlysics, Briaerean Society, Tau Beta Pi, Phi appa Phi. SCHLATTER, BERNHARD, Augusta, Ga., Mechanical En ineering, Pi Tau Sigma, Tau Beta Phi, ASME. SCHUMMERS, IOHN H., Springfield, Va., Physics, Arnold Air Society, Executive Of- ficer, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Ka pa phi, Phi Eta Sigma, Pi Mu Epsilon, AIIE,. SCHWAB, HARRY L., Orlando, Fla., Aero- space Engineering, Gymnastics Team, New Dorrn Council, Secretary, Newman Club, Band, Flying Club. SCHWARTZ, PETER, Akron, O., Textile Engineering, Phi Epsilon Pi, Secretary, Pledgemaster, Delta Kap a Phi, IFC Honor Board, Bulldog Club, Sports Car Club, Techwood Tutorial Project. SCOGGINS, RANDALL B., Dalton, Ga., In- dustrial Management, Chi Phi, President, Rush Chairman, Technique Staff, Fresh- man Cross Country. SCRIPPS, WILLIAM I., Birmingham, Ala., Industrial Management. SEABOLT, CHARLES M., Atlanta, Ga., In- dustrial Management, Tau Kappa Epsilon, IM Honor Societ , SAM, Executive Round- table, Bulldo Cllub, Interfraternitg Coun- cil, Leadersiip Conference, tudent- Faculty Industry Conference. SEALS, IAMES L., Decatur, Ga., Civil Engi- neering, Army ROTC. SEAY, RONALD, Columbus, Ga., Electrical Engineering, Dorm Counselor, IEEE. SELF, IOHN R., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., Aero- space Englineerin , Canterbury Assoc., Alpha Y P alanx, Indo Club, AIAA. SEWELL, GEORGE R., Newnan, Ga., Chemical Engineering, AICE. SHEARON, IAMES E., Shelbyville, Tenn., Architecture, AIA, King's Men, General Chairman. SHELNUTT, RILEY C., Newnan, Ga., Phys- ics, AIP, Arnold Air Society. SHIELDS, IOHN R., Haggerstown, Md., Ar- chitecture, Delta Tau De ta, President, Stu- dent Council, Ramblin' Reck, AIA, World Student Fund, Dorm Counselor, Who's Who Amonsg Students, Dean's List, WSR Exchan e tudent to Germany, Archi- tecture I-Ionorary Society. SHIPP, MICHAEL D., Columbia, Ky., Me- chanical Engineering, Beta Theta Pi, Secre- tary, Student Lecture and Entertainment Committee, Chairman, Student Center Governing Board, ROTC, Cadet Colonel, Brigade Commander, Ramblin' Reck, Freshman Camp Counselor, Scabbard and Blade, Vice President, Executive Round- table, Who's Who Among Students. SHONERD, DAVID W., Virginia Beach, Va., Industrial Engineering, Deltakglpsilon, Secretary, Bulldog Club, IIE, S . SHULER, LUCIEN B., Dublin, Ga., Physics, Tau Kappa Epsilon. SIEGEL, MARTIN M., Augusta, Ga., Chem- ical Engineering, AICE. SIMONDS, IAMES W., Cleveland, Tenn., Industrial Engineering, AIIE, Alpha Pi Mu, Student Counselor. SIMMONS, STANLEY M., Epworth, Ca.: Chemical Engineering, AICE. SLOAN, DONNIE R., IR., Gallatin, Tenn., Industrial En ineering, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Treasurer, BuIldo Club, lpha Y Phalanx, Band, AIIE, Stugent Council, Executive Roundtable. SINE, GEORGE W., IR., Decatur, Ga., Elec- trical En ineerin , Theta Chi, Vice Presi- dent, AlpIia Phi gmega, Vice President, Phi Eta Sigma, Eta Kappa Nu, Executive Roundtable, Student and Senior Counselor, "Tiller" Staff, IEEE. SKINNER, FRANK R., Huntsville, Ala., Me- chanical Engineering, Pi Tau Sigma, Tech- mate, Originator an Director. SMITH, AVA D., Memphis, Tenn., Textiles, Alpha Xi Delta, President Treasurer, Secre- tary, Chaplain, Cheerleader, Ramblin Reck, Gamma Psi, Executive Roundtable, Women Students Assoc. Council. SMITH, FREDRICK B., Macon, Ga., Indus- trial Management, Lambda Chi Alpha, Rush and Athletic Chairman, SAM, AMA, Bulldo Club, Wesle Foundation, Delta Sigma Ti, Technique Sports Editor. SMITH, GEORGE H., IR., Danville, Va., In- dustrial Engineering, Phi Sigma Kaqpa, Alpha Phi Mu, AIIE, Sports Car Cub, Freshman Band, Freshman Track. SMITH, IOHN K., Atlanta, Ga., Civil Engi- neering, Siglma Phi E silon, President, Sec- retary, Alp a Y Phafanx, Freshman Camp Counselor, Interfraternity Council, Dele- gate to SEIFC, Pershing Rifles, Freshman Gymnastics Team. SMITH, ROBIN W., Columbus, Ga., Indus- trial Engineering, AIIE, B.S.U., Vice Presi- dent, Summer Missionary, State Executive Council. SMITH, SHELDON D., Satellite Beach, Fla., Senior Director Aerospace Engineering, Theta Chi, Rules Committee Chairman, Guard, AIAA. SMITH, TERRENCE F., Barnesville, Ga., Textiles, Delta Kappa Phi, Honor Textile Fraternity, Association of Computing Ma- chinery. SNEAD, DALE K., Lansing, Mich., Mechan- ical Engineering, Pi Kappa Alpha, Secre- tary, Social Chairman, A ME, Treasurer. SNEAD, NOLAN K., Rome, Ga., Aerospace Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Sigma Gamma Tau, Secretary, AIAA. SPARROW, WILLIAM C., IR., Atlanta, Ga., Physics, Sigma Chi, Secretar ,Dorm Coun- selor, Student Council, Naval ROTC, Scab- pard and Blade, Freshman Camp Counse- or. SPANN, GEORGE W., Shellman, Ga., Phys- ics, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Ka pa Phi, Sigma Pi Sigma, Treasurer, AIP, Ppresident, Treasur- er, Gamma Beta Phi, Techwood Tutorial Project, Dorm Counselor, Radio Club. SPRADLEY, IULIAN R., IR., Miami Shores, Fla., Industrial Engineering, Phi Delta Theta, President, Vice President, Secretary, Executive Roundtable, Bulldog Club, Bar- bell Club, AIIE, Freshman Baseball. SPRIGGS, SAMUEL C., Doraville, Ga., In- dustrial Engineering, SAME, AIIE, Ad- vanced Army ROTC. STARR, DAVID H., III, Atlanta, Ga., Indus- trial Engineering, Chi Phi, AIIE, Vice Presi- dent, NROTC, Color Guard, Drill Team, Fore'Naft, Editor. STEIN, WILLIAM L., Dallas, Texas, Electri- cal Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha, Pledge Trainer, Iudiciary Cabinet, Chairman, Freshman Camp Counselor, Student Coun- cil, Leadershi Conference, Executive Roundtable, 'lllachniqfue Staff, Student- Faculty Industry Con erence. STEPHENS, THOMAS V., Palmetto, Ga., Industrial Engineering, AIIE, Secretary, Student Dorm Counselor, NROTC Drill Team, Barbell Club. STEWART, HOWARD H., Corinth, Miss., Architecture, Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi, AIA. STONE, GARY M., Albany, Ga., Industrial Engineerin , Sigma Nu, Asst. Treasurer, Circle K, so-op Club, Glee Club, Tract Team, AIIE. STOVER, CARL W., III, Chattanooga, Tenn., Electrical Engineering, Techwood Tutorial Project, President, IEEE, Pi Tau Chi, Secretary. SULLINGER, EDWARD A., Miami, Fla., Applied Mathematics, Presbyterian Stu- dent Center. SUMMERS, RICHARD D., Atlanta, Ga., Physics, AIP, ANS: Glee Club, Chess Club. SWANN, IACK W., Talladega, Ala., Tex- tiles, Delta Kappa Phi. SWEATT, ROBERT L., Atlanta, Ga., Elec- trical Engineering, Gamma Beta Phi, Secre- tary, Historian. TALBOTT, CARLOS M., IR., Arlington, Va., 464 Industrial Management, Tau Kappa Epsi- lon, Swimming Team. TANNER, CARROLL, McDonough, Ga., In- dustrial Manbalgementg Phi Eta Sigbnlia, Phi Kappa Phi, I Honor Society, SA . TAYLOR, THOMAS L., Atlanta, Ga., Aero- sepace Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma amma Tau, Phi Kappa Phi, AIAA. TEDARDS, IACK H., Greenville, S.C., Mathematics, Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi, Tau Beta Pi, Secretary. TERRY, GEORGE I., Birmingham, Ala., Me- Ehagical Engineering, Varsity Tract, T- u . THOMAS, BOBBY M., Cumming, Ga., In- Adxustrial Engineering, Gamma Beta Phi, IIE. THOMAS, LUTHER I., LR., Albany, Ga., Ar- chitecture, Phi Delta T eta, AIA. THOMPSON, IAMES S., IR., Pulaski, Tenn., Industrial Management, Pi Kappa Alpha, President, SAM, Student Council. THOMPSON, THOMAS D., Carlton, Ga., Building Construction, Delta Sigma Phi, Vice President, Secretary, Bulldog Club, Secretary, SAME, Vice President, IAESTE. THORNTON, I. ROY, IR., Winter Haven, Fla., Electrical Engineering, Sigma Nu, Ex- ecutive Committee, Co-op Council, Stu- dent Faculty Evaluation Committee Chair- man, Advisory Cabinet to the President, Executive Roundtable, IEEE, Dean's List. TOMBERLIN, EDWIN L., IR., Baxley, Ga., Electrical Engineering. TONEY, MARK H., Baton Rouge, La., Elec- trical Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Ban . TRAMMELL, RICHARD I., Atlanta, Ga., Architecture, AIA, Freshman Track. TRAVISS, DONAL P., Trussville, Ala., Me- chanical Engineering, Phi Kappa Phi, Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma, Briaerean Society, Wesleyan Foundation, ASME, Dean's List, Scott Leadership Award. TRAWICK, IRVING F., IR., Kingsplort, Tenn., Chemical Engineering, Beta T eta Pi, Scabbard and Blade, Braierean Society, Circle K, Vice President. TULLIS, IERRY B., IR., Newnan, Ga., Indus- trial Management, Phi Delta Theta, War- den, SAM, Secretary. TURNER, DeWITT T., Lincolnton, Ga., In- dustrial Management, AMA, Track, Base- ball, T-Club, Campus Crusade for Christ, Fellowship of Christian Athletes. TURNER, HAROLD I., IR., East Point, Ga., Mechanical Engineering, IAESTE. TURNER, RONALD L., Augusta, Ga., Chemical Engineering, Kappa Sigma, ODK, Treasurer, ANAK, Vice President, Alpha Y Phalanx, Koseme, IAESTE, President's Ad- visory Cabinet, Ramblin' Reck, Freshman Camp Counselor, Student Body Vice Presi- dent, Iudiciary Cabinet, Secretary, Ch.E. Honorary, President, Student Council, Franklin Foundation, Techwood Tutorial Project, Campus Crusade for Christ. TURNER, PAUL W., Augusta, Ga., Ceramic Engineering, Keremous, Secretary, ACS. TURNLEY, W. GARY, Ocala, Fla., Mathe- matics, Lambda Chi Alpha, Ritualis, Stu- dent Council, Canterbury Club. UNDERHILL, ALBERT L., Richmond, Va., Electrical Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Eta Sigma. UNDERWOOD, ROBERT S., Nashville, Tenn., Engineering Mechanics. VANDERZALM, WILLEM, Evans, Ga., Me- chanical Engineering, ASME, Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma, Secretary. VanHOOK, CLOYD F., New Orleans, La., Mechanical Engineering, Delta Tau Delta, Sports Car Club, Founder and President, SAE, ASME. Van VOLKENBURG, WILLIAM R., Baton Rouge, La., Chemical Engineering, Co-op Club, Secretary, AICE. VINING, TIMOTHY L., Dalton, Ga., Phys- ics, AIP, Sigma Pi Sigma. von HERRMANN, FREDERICK H., Bir- mingham, Ala., Electrical Engineering, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Alpha Y Phalanx, US-USSR Exchange Program, Flying Club, Freshman Camp Counselor, Canterbury Club, Varsity Track and Cross Country, Executive Roundtable. vonWERSSOWETZ, R. ODON, Lookout Mt., Tenn., Electrical Engineering, New Dorm Council, Triangle Club, Newman Club, Iudo Club, IEEE. WADE, DON E., Bainbridge, Ga., Industrial Management. WALL, PETER I., Atlanta, Ga., Industrial Management, Student Council, Newman Club, Freshman Basketball Team. WALKER, IIMMY, Fort Valley, Ga., Aero- space Engineering, AIAA. WALLACE, MICHAEL D., Warner Robins, Ga., Chemical Engineering, B.S.U., Summer President, Dean's List, Army ROTC. WARD, CECIL R., IR., Waycross, Ga., Elec- trical Engineering. WARD, GARY P., Lincolnton, Ga., Aero- space Engineering, Flying Club, Veterans Club, AIAA, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Gamma Tau. WARD, KENNETH I., San Antonio, Texas, Physics, Theta Chi, House Manager, Senior Counselor, AIP, NROTC, Editor of "Tiller," NROTC Band, Iudo Club. WARE, WILLIAM N., Atlanta, Ga.: Electri- cal Engineering, IEEE, Barbell Club. WASCHKA, GEORGE A., IR., Alexandria, La., Electrical Engineering, Delta Sigma Phi, Alpha Phi Omega, Treasurer, Radio Club, President, Student FM Radio Station, Asst. Manager, Executive Roundtable, Co-op Club, Pershing Rifles, Scabbard and Blade, IEEE. WATERS, HOWARD D., Albany, Ga., In- dustrial Management, Delta Sigma Pi. WATERS, IOHN L., Savannah, Ga., Electri- cal Engineering, Triangle Club, IEEE. WATSON, GERALD I., IR., Columbus, Ga., Industrial Management, Chi Psi, Pledge Class President, Bulldog Club, Interfrater- nity Council. WATSON, WILLIAM M., Atlanta, Ga., Chemistry, Center, Internal Vice President, Governing Board, Drama Tech, President, Freshman Camp Counselor, Wesley Foun- dation, Phi Eta Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, ACS. WHITE, LANGFRED W., Atlanta, Ga., Psy- chology, Freshman and Varsity Cross Country, Psi Society, President, President's Club. WICKS, LAURIE D., South Beliot, Ill., Me- chanical Engineering, Young Republicans, Pi Tau Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, ASME. WILCOX, ARTHUR M., IR., Charleston, S.C., Industrial Management, Kappa Alpha, Navy ROTC: AMA. WILLIAMS, DENNIS K., Hollywood, Fla., Aerospace Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha, Varsity Swim Team, AIAA, Student Coun- cil, Sigma Gamma Tau, Tau Beta Pi, Fresh- man Camp Counselor, Presidents Advisory Cabinet, Center President, Who's Who Among Students. WILLIAMS, IOHN Q., IR., Atlanta, Ga., In- dustrial Management, Delta Sigma Pi, AMA, SAM, Vets Club, Vice President, Treasurer. WILLIAMS, MARYON I., IR., Griffin, Ga., Electrical Engineering, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Eta Kappa Nu, President, Phi Kappa Phi, Tau Beta Pi, Secretary, IEEE, Treasurer, Who's Who Among Students, Advanced ROTC. WILLIAMS, SAMUEL A., Obion, Tenn., Electrical Engineering, Student Body Presi- dent, President's Advisory Cabinet, Chair- man, IAESTE, Chairman, YMCA Cabinet, Board of Directors, US 4-H Representative to Canada, Co-op Club, Sailing Club, ANAK, World Student Fund, Administra- tive Council, Who's Who Among Students. WILSON, IOHN L., III, Dover, Mass., Civil Engineering, Pi Kappa Phi, President, Sec- retary, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Chi Ep- silon, SAME, ASCE, Advanced Army ROTC. WILSON, RALPH B., IR., Ft. Pierce, Fla., In- dustrial Engineering, Alpha Tau Omega, Executive Roundtable, President, Alpha Pi Mu, President, Alpha Y Phalanx, Secretary- Treasurer, AIIE, Triangle Club, Freshman Camp Counselor, YMCA Cabinet, Ad- vanced Army ROTC. WISEMAN, PHILIP M., Metairie, La., Chemical Engineering, Delta Tau Delta, Alumni Chairman, AICE, Triangle Club, Co-op Club, World Student Fund Team Captain, Dorm Counselor. WITT, DAVID E., Columbus, Ga., lndus- trial Engineering, Alpha Epsilon Pi, Trea- surer, Student Council, Alpha Pi Mu, AIIE. WITTEN, MARK S., Miami, Fla., Civil Engi- neering, Phi Epsilon Pi, Pledgemaster, ASCE. WOODARD, WILLIAM K., IR., Tallahassee, Fla., Industrial Management. WOODWARD, IAMES D., Lonoke, Ark., Chemical Engineering, AICE, WOODWARD, GEORGE C., Atlanta, Ga., Physics. WOOLF, ALAN M., Monsey, N.Y., Indus- trial Engineering, Alpha Epsilon Pi, Varsity Wrestling, AIIE, Alpha Phi Omega. WRIGHT, IAMES A., Miami, Fla., Civil En- gineering, ASCE. WRIGHT, IOHN R., Nashville, Tenn., Civil Engineering, Beta Theta Pi, Secretary, Stu- dent Council, Student Lecture and Enter- tainment Committee, Ramblin' Reck, YMCA, USA-USSR Student Exchange, Phi Epsilon, Bulldog Club, YMCA Executive Roundtable, Student-Faculty Leadership Conference. WYNN, RICHARD H., Atlanta, Ga., Indus- trial Design, Delta Sigma Phi, IDSA, Secre- tary. WYONT, LARRY C., Hartsville, S.C., Chemical Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha, Secretary, Who's Who Among Students, Iu- diciary Cabinet, Chairman, Student Coun- cil, Faculty-Student Activities, Secretary, AICE, President, Alpha Y Phalanx, Vice President, YMCA Cabinet, Ramblin' Reck Club, Chairman, Interfraternity Council, T-Book Staff. YAFFE, ROBERT I., Dallas, Texas, Electri- cal Engineering, Alpha Epsilon Pi, Photog- raphy Club, ACM, IEEE. YANCEY, EDWIN F., Atlanta, Ga., Indus- trial Management, Swimming Team. YARBROUGH, IOHN R., Swainsboro, Ga., Industrial Management, Phi Gamma Delta, Student Counselor. YIP, WAI HON, Hong Kong, Electrical En- gineering. YOUNG, CHARLES T., Athens, Ga., Archi- tecture, Beta Theta Pi, World Student Fund, Phi Eta Sigma, AIA, Treasurer, Rambler Ex- change Editor, Student Center Treasurer. YOUNG, MICHAEL M., New Orleans, La., Industrial Engineering, Delta Tau Delta, Varsity ROTC, Rifle Team, AIIE. YOUNG, ROBERT L., Memphis, Tenn., Physics, Student Council, Tau Beta Pi, Sec- retary, Sigma Pi Sigma, Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi, AIP, B.S.U., Choir. ,H 1. 'fn . ,V rn A: 'r ', Vnxis-:sl Y Ev Yr, M -fe A ' ' - V. 21- 'Wi' --my -J ' x . ,-V -.-. I- ' .1 ' Eg C x .wait 3 ' . , 1- 5 gy sm. V. A Q V. E?-I, V 1 ,MV -K Y V V -fs V. --21 ' if - V. 12" ' if V. -'V 1 :wr ' . , N ' Eg. ,V g "I 1 bg ,, :,,..Y .M "E, M -, gg ,-4, , 1 1-4. -:S - ' V . 4 'V' - ,VV -r .- , ,,,-wq1!QV.. V,1- pr V, V: -En 5 , .za-.L . .4 - g,,V-V ,-.VV .. - V.,.,1-V-- V . V... . -1 " we -if V- - . V ... V, V: 8--ff-ffff -I .. L gs.: 3- .1 -my - ,Q Er ,' V.. 3 V.. '- ... .1,2 2- .iq-1.-rV1VVr1JV,:,-ayg2gwf124124'i' "fVg.-ep. . 1' l.a..g'-'Qing 6 -Vp-',5-VVVfjpVV -5.1. -V43 , .e-'igigffgi I- N --Mi-.2" ' V -,x,,. .im a, 1 ., .aw ,.,- I .3 Q . . -A VV h i in s.. , .sf 3, QQLJVV I VV., wiv-L - 2 - . 634 Q'-151 QM ' A--. -Vw - 11. VV1-f.. V Vp- ?4'1H-'M VV V. . V .. V . ,V V --. . V -1 VV- , V . V ' . - V. -1,,:VV' Y 1+ ' M .f ' V. :,, :.V:'f.i.-QV: V-' ' -5' -"ZW A flifiwffk it -V-V5 3'Jl9ix"' V-W5 'KYFPF-1,.iff-3353?-:15sFf,Vrggsgif:g,ga-Veg.-1"ff5gvf.JV?V,VNV ..... V PV " V' V ' 1: x Vo Vu V 4: "- V. - -. I ' 'W v' ' V. V7 'wr-.VV-52'f.fV'f?, W7 "Wi-11" fx" -gi.M-'L3-QVPSVH-V-'ff-293-13.-'.g,V' iwk?2Y5V.?f1345i1'i5"''ff-'-1-:V-.-V - Q. V A . ' f2..,,,V 6 5,35 . ,.fgl'gVV.VV1 - -' Vs- '-.V "' V -V" V- fr. 1 Vg- -. V' ' V--sr V Q- -43 1" - 1. V 1' -'war'-V, mg. . 1-V eafaqsgm 'HH--151.3e:E:'Vi.V4:.V5VV.VV-Vg.4'.:VfV14-gs-VVf45::-:,-f1'V:-'V'-.V-XV-g:fjf5E,Vrc-f:Vc.w.,'fff.-3,521.1 - - ' ' ,. "' - . 'ku 5 .L -,, ' 1 -. . . I V Va.-'VV 'V " -- - .. ps:'V1V3k 1 ". I + J' 7- 3.44 4'-' H- V..-P-1 Iy,:,,.4R-'1.V.-VN.a-V13'V:-7 mn'-VL V1':,-1t- -fiVi.!,.,::.V s,.m1-,gifavw ff' V-"E.,Va,,'.-.571 -. .SV 1 V 3' . I 5 ...V Ag-V "., :vu 1 - V - -V ' ,. V .. ,4!'P.w.5z-,ggi-9,15 -V. -Aw Leg, Vu:5,?'x1..'g 'ftgaiv'-1,2-'-ggi.:-VeV:Que-V,V.1Vz-g,gf3V.,y3-'.1afVw2V"VV,:,VV.,,Vg,VfV'V V,5'g,y-.--I'lly'f3':2.01"-f,f1Q5j1.L2g ' - ' -rf. ,J " -' V V. -Q, ' V '-' 'V - H' 4' fe ' "V'Ffrff-4-3-ma-IVKYVV'P2t,VT1V' V'Vp1' V V rf- fr--J1VV'1f1V"V'ifV V'-3211!-.Ffa-:i'V-M,.gf'Q--V-'N"-.e:-- 5-"--'-effe,i-1:ifV. 1875 T5-gf, ' V -'Va 5-'Q ' V 'IQ 'V'.qV.-- -:Vg l 1' L- 'Vw' VV 'VVVf'.V.-'--1..,g'.Vw:2f,Vf5".2?f' .yi ,Q V ff: q-..3-fw1-V1gy:1:fy-'- :V V HV-f.-V-Mtv-1'.sV-V-EV.'V-'Vg-9,1-,wg-.?.feVVfVVV-1 V.f1.yVV,6,,F-.-r-GV-1.,,:f sf:-.1 V .V , V' ' -' , " ', - V- V ' IH Tru-V hx..-if ..f.-,,f 1' - 3 H V V' 39? VV .o- .- V1V'y.':- ,J-'.-".-fgVV,f'-'Q' V- - ..--2.'V21qQ- V9.'f-ff-'gf -17.-sg-V -f.. HQ. ,re 24.11 1 K fag, ":. pf. sl- -f 'Nw-I-. V- 'L QR I Vi .f.VV,gvgqi15jx.'7f9 'H-ggif4,.4fg5,ig,.,enf5f,Q5Q 1.1:-Tyfiy-g,., -5.5-ff-4 - VV1,f-?gV.g.4Lf:,..?.Q,,V4..VQTQ,.gq.:-,Vii3'a,9fQ ...V V ' , --H "V.1f4 ,,,-5 " ', X V V' 'V tV'nfE.:-3 'N' .-,"-T'-VH-24'.,-,-:V"- ', ul f'.', 'i.'-' -,wt--:'.gfQ'V','-."1 ' ,..V--' " fa' 37' -P' - 'N' --4, -aff?-fi'.:f"s1ViVS5g3'15!L1fg VV QigSl2:e?:fai5-ww.if?-.Vgfg-4.tf4ftf.iV:'fV-.-V,V:"-5.-:V1VVfV-3--:VwiVmi:':'V. , . , H. . . ..,,, .,,: .. V, ,. V..n,V. 1... .B ,,.V -"' . f fy' Vw ,,.- . 'M .-A' - - '1-+53-+fM.u5l-43'?'.5zw".z-2:VVVZJVV-'V:'VV:V1-,V -VgV:..1V?-.Q-V7-s-V:fg.4 .- 4 .wr I, .,, V,-g. W- J- 554 ,Y . .Y Ai--7 ,g9ff,:.'ff:Q,jg,g5j5g .f W -piggy,.?3:3i:QEg:F.f,jlTj::rQ,,u,-lj.-V55-,fijhhjzijll,3 5.355 :Z-g5.3f:.f.1?Qif.51 1 4 any 2 ,if V rag. ,. .Z ...5vW3,V5g?:1ElLL.!V3Aii xiii ?Q..V?i..V1!-Z 4-trlii' -,V-V .lg-11.3.JV..::j-E..wrVz:E7VVZ3.HJ . -. -. . ' ,I ' 1'V1V?Q,g.- ' ' - -' -V f-U1Vr'jAiwa-'f-f"'-. .'131f1Vf:YVVp:- 5:-7-1:1-5 :V--1 .1j,:.-V'.'1V-I 1' -1.V1,QVg..:-'?fj'ff',f'lF1e,f 1 f -- ' '- 'VQV.f,V2 . -- f'2'7fj:,VVVgGN .45-Vufiwffwiy ,f,V134"'-V ':Liq5:'v.' -Vff',a'f,,T .1":f-5 1.02--.'E'.Q?'g. ' ffggge-,, 5 4: -V 1- .V 35152 1'ng4?QfL-,-2Qz'2..f4ff.f-.' .V.'.VV .1-:.. :V.VV....ZV.'j:1- 1----gf VV1-K-VZAV1gff.'.,j-,3..' V 5 5. A,- -1 V 5: 5.4. iffy- ,,. .V-Q Vxmvgfkifv-QVSQQQQQ V..-...L VV,-,1'-Q.-Vglga' ufgnili igl,.,xA,Vh....AfZi-:nk-:gt 1 3 'P 1- QQ? V 1 V .. ,V ' 2- V VW' V' 1 f -' -' J. . ' .'- -J W- X'-5 - " 5' 1' "M'f'5vi".3-55liiZfKW1'V. 'fV.'.--:ff-.--32312.--1V:1-1.-.'5.l-VVVV-2.2-1rf'f65fVV'-.-ff:--'jVViiifh---Ziff-1-1 G- A --if " -4 V v 'H J N . , , ' - - - "iff-grV1QVsf-fs!.f,gf'a-iff-YF-fV.d2'VV:rV5:1 :.f.f1re'-'VfV-f-V-V'V.ea:4fV'-V-IL? 1 "VV'X5F5'?y QV I 4, fV SW..-'QV ' V V 'Q p'?V T.-1.-t-:1 - -' 392. 5,m5z'VQ!9fd'.V''V.?3z'f'f-f11E.fi:'-.11--4531 111.4125 V"-. ,V1fV:-wa.:-9V'5J jV.ff',.--fVV-:.'V:'71.-aff.n'.-if-5,V'5ifE?1Qj . 'lf .Vp I'-P1 -.341 Q 1" V, i, V '-fs' - , --..VV1?- ' 4... Q: me 1 V 1' 1 . .-V-r1zV1ssga5V1. VV - ia-.1 ' Vu. . -'iff V ' . .V A .. .V V . mf fwfffwf .V 5 . V I . , Y V . - 'l - 5 ' Q U Agagig3LV,1ggXAQ:!Z1-.m4a2.' N?.v'3'.y:ih '.g:,4-:ESViV:G,,q..3450.12Vigigigfl-1.-tg',Vg'3.V5.ph,j1.3-Q1:f'.11.LLQ' V1 .' V " .SV . - -V . Xi? s, V ' - ,. - ' V, , ' , 1 faq-If-3:5fiVx5..i?x72.-::4g,fff:.Vsv.fi-.efFV:V.f:9f-.VgVV'. i 1 v N, E V 1 4, s V 1, ww. V . f .- V - - 1' 'i - W V. 'e?fQ'fWVg.tgw.:V-JVQGM-'1eV'V-'12-13511.V6-b'52--'ffr-rn-fV1-.1531laid-f3.:f'5fV5'.4:H,1 ' V . ,V Q -V . , .Vg-,...s . . -Pstwx.-3f?SV,Vq.g'-yVff:,VVw'r.efv:k"V--A . '51-'QQ . A 4 V I, . Vs Q V -1 ,. 5,714 1-, -. 24 -VMJRQ..-I ,V e,3,j.1VN,b- 3-3-4-.Vyg V,,h,,,4 W jyfV4.L.,,,-.QNJZJAQ-LW'-.539 his qt'-V. 1,5 V: - I 1. ' .11-.ff 1 V. ""f"':. .-cad Vic. 'iVi1if:Q4VNi:c.,,V'E4'-V--V-j.V'f.f':.Lx'fi:-L9VV:f:'9i'f.i.VVxbflf1f.I':4fL'w1?7,gV ' . ' " " 1. -2. 5-'VVLV sary f' .V.52-+2w?nf2?KSxg92:42-'J-fffifHV-V939-Lia-:0'V:i1-gf.::-.V'e.14:V-JVJEF'-3' ' ' V . F. H J... 3.5, V ,ge , .ux A JV. .Va-riffs . . V . R - U. V! v - ,D , :riff M-QL, -, x 'V V- 4 A 1-1-lV3:,f'-' 51 .4:,:yV,,,,.Q-ff .V V... 3..:V5afg.:, .. V , -If V ,V-' '. 1 ' 8 .a:1- ' V, fit W if '-wfwigegi-fi?g25,:i5eyif1y'f?5131f"fgVfgfprlw-.:5:5?fV.R5f - - 3 1 "-EQ? - QV., ' V' A 1, :qi.gig-gtyx-..fmVVx-wi,'.,f?0M '3 , . - . -V -V V . - .V-. V. V . ' ., -1,-W... ...14.a.,V ,-V:f'.,V,.-,-341'-f ff-...V I : V - ' 1fV V . . ' V '. V ' -1?-1291221-1V-.'-If-fV'VV5'pw:,1g11V:s.4VV4:-22,1-WQMVQVif . - " - - A . .. V ,.f , V 4- . ,,4Vg,N ,,k..1,!V.,,,1,,,w..e,...g.K,,k.V,, V.,J,V.a-g,V,1.VVVVl,.V- ., 1 vw 1 I 3 , . " . V . J? Y. ,,j1.1e15g1fVQ,,g.a'3+.,-?2gfa.:g .Vx ,. -1 V 1 . V - VM - V V ' .V V..:V- -. V. Vg, ,- V- ' ,n.V. V-'-'Vt-f "cg: ' 1. ' V- a42T1313VwF'f'.f'v ? -1:1-51131.,fg1wg-5f,p.:.f15-g2VeFf1?'Z"2.Vpf+?-1gf?Q3'f13QFV-V-V s.- ! 1 VV Vp . - V .. ,Q -fan., 1 - V 4-1-gygk'-fe.49.,SaV.xg-5-A - -'3 1 - V- -1 1 Q QV- 4 - V.,V,.V -V.-V-. . ,, V .. -V -,,,.,uV VV yyvufcvx. ,cr , . V V. -Va' :,.3, 5, V ,iw .sph My vig.. - I-. VV V x- Q , .fcf 1 VV . fi Vfw m '- -f - . ' ' .. V - ' . V -V: . wg ' 1 -V. V V - - ' '- 1-Mm:-.1 fsV,Vw.e1':- 4 5: vm - nl- ' '1Vv34-EF.3v'5L.V- Q V., - - V V 1,V,1-,.--WV, y . "NH . . J., . . Q I V ' ' - 55 'V1Ce.1rH:V?Z-,. V 4 . -V V - .V V.f.., . . . V . - ' ,4 , . V - f- " 1g-e+fV:.s-L-- V V - ,. Vfgjif-1,-iso . " ' 5 v 0 ,L".-1' -' ' 'z V f Q , . - f V - - .. ' Y , x, .. V M 1.21.3 is . ' '. H 4 ' .. - ' lf ,J tv 8 1 V 'Q 1- . . Q I-. . , ...1 ,P Q :, - Q. . 1 Q 0 . , in .. o I...,... 1-gg - . I . ,Q V . g W V V V . . -' . ' 'NS v, . : 1 "' 0 .V "" f 1 . . Y 5 0-V. u -VX . .fy . J ! lm Q - -,1 1 V I : an V 'M' '. ' 5 ' .....,a .KV 1 . - - V.- .QP- gg., 0 ' ' A ff '13 1 1 F-V. V ' -V- .l"" fl V xx . Q F my' X . N 1 Q , "'V':V,,. 5 N 5 ...Mx . " - -'V 5 . . -. .Q l ,, , Q V ,.. ,. . . V, - , Nqmw. 1 fidqg Vg f' -V ' rf' V ,. un-an .1 H V si A ' x -' 1--V. ' W.,-'V 5 V . W 4 F, . g -A I U I , , -W , , ,mi A Vg - ,ffm-f'4,,qM' . .V A 'f'9'V'. W' "W ., 5 2 -V V -.VVV 1 -V .su ur' ' ' Q 'P J-'L V. x 'L--fi li Q ' 1 1 1 ' f- . ' "V--...-VF 4 ' Q!" 1 I , --V-.,6V,,. . M ...VV V H 3 V - -'-- , -..-. " . ' 1190 3- an ""' ' '- .VVVV.V.,.. -as-.a.. M V-W - - ,, .' - -, V , Avg, VV. Q TN 5 ' V M. , ,.. Ak.. .i,1f:f"..'f:414J4u i ',- K3 U V - 1 " ' V- V ,,. . 4 M ' ' 'im' Q' f --4... 5 Qui' 1 . ""' ',.,....,n V Q' .M A J- 1 A. --fVV.N.,,,-,,.,wMm- . S. M Q - Vr M"Vfr--V--V . IA 4 'I' - , " - V - gl'- 'V' f', " '. '1-'.,'Qr'f1aQlL"',g,,' ,V , . " V ' .p,- " ' , -'- ' . V nl :V V. ' ' f . .,,VVV...m..f . , V ..-A-f W-1'-V-,..2g:-'V-fly: V .-, .1 -m :gfaWg- V .. ' : -V 'V '.1:'V.cZ,:f?9Q':--Vu.. ' M-V1 " --'f'- - V- 1 -L.: " - V . :+.g-Vw2,,V.z255gyi'- "- r aw-, .,, V . ffV'V-:MV V 1-af: 1V.V,a:L' - ,V-my--..,.,.V'...V--V-'1-.-,z"wVV-651jg'!:f,VVV.-1-es.-wr V V-V-'f,.:Vf'.-, . -V V- . -V . 'g.., im- 7 M4 ., . ., ,F ,ig , ..., 4, ,A . ,,,. , . I ., ,uit ,,, i,5qq..,,g., . I , ,v, .,,,.. 4. -. 4 V. V,.V...V.,V, km! ,V. , .. , 1 M . . W V V, M. . V ff 1-. f .1 11-Vgiqya . 21. 1- - .VV ' -- J - 4fag.z!.y'r-'hs,v.,gf mf- T. -.1VV,:V'5d:'f:V-VV., 5.14 ., 'va-raVgg,gf,?,-.Q , ,. - ' V V Zriixlymai A by ,.S?'a?5u?hHiL'L .mfdfa w3g4a MAQ.:,g,?1.,- - E:-,..Vr.g1, .1?V.,,yV.5.Vf,.,V-:S,::'J..1 ..,9?..VV,:N.,,, l'..' . , 4..sV..1V-.qw:gf2f2T??4zw33..g315.416-f3Mqe?fe3.3g...fgafivwfffgif. ,5?L'fp?QAg153i,V .f V- , eq ... V - I 5'VV.4iff3j .7-l'Ql,W5S5'ij!?.-J"4k?l:F H,"-jg?-ig"LQ 'fbIf-F421-iI1Q1i1I.i??':Z,VU'V-4 ji:VV"'y-YV 3."V?'.lf , fJf.Vffffi'2z",-" - rg: -, 1 1--J ' ' ' . 'VV . 'Emil ffm ." "S1'9fPx9fV. .V,. V' V F . - V .. -' .5,.:fV 'Q' V- .y .,,', 1 f ' . iz- ff,-1' Y - ...gt yr--2-' -..VV,r'V'.'gV1f2f-,.'f"1"-VN'-., -1.123 V7,V'-.EW lx - .- .-. .Q5:..'f 51. R 4: 1.'L-..?V,"1fQ' ' 1, A . . : ., ,Vw,V-55-VVfyf-V5g,.,3.',,535-.aVVE.,.,..V..,ffA3Vif,.Vjj.V5Y V w,.,..qQ5fQV,3,f9iff -V ' . V - V V, V V fVY.--.31V-.V,f.f,g.i,V,N5,y.gg3qwfzr-'3?l5Q'?-3SxXVfS-imsqgf VV:Vf.,V.,. ' 'V -.V"""-'-""-kwzr ' xiiEE..""?f"ff,?431:ii:zVJff " V '- ' V V . , ' VV:'. I vV.'1.1iVJ1'-' - 'B'-3q1'7':V?fC.' 'ifibl' VV'-fi VV '-".?"551'i?1V'- ' . V ' 1':V.,V'f .V V1--V V , ' 1' X " " V, .Vs :f.1'fVfV' my-V1 ,j.VVV1:.g' -Vg ,-gc. J iff" A-iff QV'-,':V.3f1V,-"1 144- 'V .-.QV-VV:--f.i',V ,.. V.V1":-- -. -- -A ff.: - ' V ' .2:"'r-F' ...VJ5-11.-2tVxVVf'Py-V.--VVS"Vf -Viffsnrgqf. .V ' ,, '.V Lg-,J " 3' "'V'7,'ff5'741,', ,Q " 7" ' . ' 'C ' 3 V V "W " "f,55ff'-j2QN"3g'fj,. +3 'jc-'f.--fwi-V.1fV,.v.-f19T.'i:,1iV:3f'f1Qg" fi- f .. .V. f,f'J:,v'Al hp. . 1 F A 'km P . V -,T . I .. ,I-,,.-Flaigw. . l . , I. Vx.-,HAGLV ' V." .. VV- -:ff-V .Q .1 V f -V. fr' .'VV'-'."15jZ3i-5-g-gg ' ,3 L! . ' . . '.' LV v fin ' .Q 1. 'N 1 .' . V 1 .V . ,- V " -- V 'U ' X ' ' 'V., ff" '-""'-tl,-.f..V,L .V " f' A .- -V -- , . : 1. -,z--p.. .t -I V, A L' F ,: I ' . . 11 Y K 1 VVV' .Y, Q., V V V.,-V-5. zz. .. V ' I,-nf' I ,VL ADVERTISEMENTS STUDENTINDEX PHOTO CREDITS EP ILOGUE IN MEMORIAM 7 Atkinson Adams Bartlett, Bennett B. Student Index 4 Aaron. Newton B., 359, 252 Abate. joseph A. Abbott, jack W., 406, 282 Abdullatif, Numan, 395 Abel, Walter B., Ir., 428 Abelkop, Larry E., 416 Abernathy, Harold S., 416 Aberson, Albert D., jr., 428 Abidaud. Alvaro, 395 Abner, Ronald C., 428 Acebal, Robert, 395 Achey, Paul D., 428, 304 Acker, Robert W., 428 Ackert, Robert C., 406 Acosta, Nelson I., 406 Acree, Warren F., 406, 254 Adair, john I., jr., 428 Aloia, Richard T. Alonso, Felipe, 395 Alston, R. Phillip, Ir., 428 Alt, Francis B. Alterman, joel I. Althen, Donald L. Altinbilek, Hilmi D., 395 Altman, james R., 428 Altman, joseph l., 428 Altman, Alvarez, Alvarez, Alvarez, Amelio, Ralph F. Robert M., 416 Victor L., 416, 254 Walter A., 428 Gilbert F. Ames, Anthony M., 399 Ames, Philip L. Amis, joseph N., jr., 313 Arthur, Thomas W. Artigas, johann, 429 Asbury, William W., 429 Aseff, George V. Aseff, Georgette A. Ashe, Glenn M., 280 Asher, Michael D., 275 Ashford, Norman I. Ashley, Larry D. Ashley, Phil H., 359 Ashmore, Frederick M., 152 Ashworth, Steven L., 429 Asip, james S., 307 Askin, Kurt Astren, Steven F. Atchison, Bob A., 429 Atkins, Bobby D., 406, 308 Adams, Alan L., 428 Adams, Alfred H., 416 Adams, Allan F., 428 Adams David C., 428 Adams, Gary A., 428 Adams Gregory H., 428 Adams, james F., 395 Adams, james P. Adams james Wm., Ir., 428 Adams, jamie L. Adams, john D., 152 Adams, john P., IR. Adams, Kay E., 420, 266 Adams, Kenneth E.. 359 Adams, Larry G. Adams, Morgan D. Adams Richard E. N., 359, 255 Adams, Robert A. Adams, Robert S., 428 t Ronald B., 428 Adams, Stephen F., 428 Adanis, William H., 416 Adamson, Robert K., 359 Adamson, Robert L. Adamson, Russell P. Addams, jack E., 416 Aderhold, Thomas E., 428, 275 Adkins, David W. Adkins, Donald K., 359 Adkisson, George O., 428 Adragna, Thomas M., 428 Adulshan, Pakorn Ahn, Soo M. Aiken. Douglas M. Aiken. George A.. 428 Aikenhead, Malcolm N. Ajhar, Michael, 260, 406 Akenhead, Robert B. Akeson, john K. Akins, Kenneth P.. jr., 416. 256 Akins, Terry E., 406 Akridge, Donald C., 416, 244. 248 Akridge, john E., 255 Alalaoui, Mohamad A., 395 Alamos, Pablo M., 395 Albertson, Robert A. Albright. john R. Albright. Robert B. Albury. Woodrow W., jr. Alcorta. Sergio De j. Aldridge, Marion I., jr., 283 Aldridge, Steven L., 428 Aldridge, Tommy L., 428 Aldworth, Donald R., 428, 307 Alexander, C. Steffens, 428 Alexander, Charles W., 406 Alexander, Harry j., 406, 275 Alexander, james B., 428 Alexander. Neal T., jr., 395 Alexander, Paul W., 428 Alexander, Robert j., 428 Alford, Robert P., 428, 275 Alfred, Charles D. Alkidas, Alexandros Allan, David H. Allen, Delmas L., 428 Allen, Edwin j. Allen, George T. Allen, james H. Allen, james j. Allen, jeffrey S., 310 Allen, john B., 395 Allen, john j. Allen, Phillip s. Allen. Samuel D., 428 Allen, Thomas j., Ill, 428 allen, Walter S. Allen, William O., 406 Allender, Robert A., 428, 313 Allgood, jackson L., 359 Ammons, Charles W. Amoss, Henry D. Amparan, Gustavo A. T. An, Lam N., 395 Anclien, Robert A. Andel, Henry G., 406 Anderegg, Robert G., 428 Anders. Samuel G., 429 Anderson, Charles C. Anderson, Charles D. Anderson, Charles L., 359 Anderson. Charles S., 429 Anderson, Daniel C., jr. Anderson, Daniel E., 309 Anderson, David C. Anderson, E. Lamar Anderson, Edwin B., 290, 152 Anderson, Emery D., 429 Anderson, Eric F., 416 Anderson, Henry G., 429 Anderson, Hugh B., jr. Anderson, Hugh G., 429 Anderson, jackie L. Anderson, james L., 406 Anderson, john M.. 359 Anderson, Lester W. Atkins, George M., jr. Atkinson, Edward S. Atkinson. Edwin B., 417 Atkinson, Ernest H., jr., 359, 2 , Howard L., 417 Atkinson, Ierome A., 429 Attaway, Cecil R. Attridge, William H., 417 Aubitz, Edward C., lll, 359 Aucoin, Peter A., 359 Audas, john W., 406 Auerbach, Mitchell I. Auld, David L., 417, 313 Auldridge, john D., 406 Austin, Douglas A., 429 Austin, William D., Ir., 417 Austin, William W., 406 Autry, james I. Avant, Carwin F., jr., 359 Averett, Clifford M. Averett, David H., 429 Avery, Eugene P., jr., 359, 255 Avery, Philip S., 315 Avery, Walter G. Avila, Lizardo R. Avra, Edward W. Anderson, Raymond A. Anderson, Richard A. Anderson, Ronald D., 416 Anderson, Thomas A. Anderson, William T., 416, 254, 282 Andrews, Charles R. Andrews, Cleo P., III, 429 Andrews, Donald L. Andrews, Harry W. Andrews, james L., 406 Andrews, john R. Andrews, john W., 359 Anez, jose M., 359 Angier, Robert C., 359 Annis, Alfred H. Anrrich, Rafael E., 395 Anstine, William D. Anthony, james A., 406 Anthony, Marvin C. Ao, Meng S. Aponte, Gonzalo A., 254 Apple, Frederick C. Appleby, Michael R., 406 Appley, james W. Apriletti, james W., 429 Aral, Mustafa M. Araya, Antonio, 395 Archbold, Marion L. Ard, Ferrell R., 406 Arenales, Rodrigo Arford, Anthony L., 285 Argobright, Victor W., 429 Argroves, William A., 359 Arguello, jacobo G., 406 Argyropoulos, George Arias, Adolfo, 429 Arias, Alfretig 406 Aristizabal, juan V. Arledge, William G., 429, 310 Armentrout, William F., 289 Armistead. joel C., 416 Armistead. joel S. Armocida, Michael F., 416 Armold, Harold A. Armour, Douglas W. Armstrong, Eugene G. Armstrong, james C. Aycock, Robert E. Ayers, Gerald T., 429 Babb, Roger A., 359 Baccus, Brian L. Bachik, Michael, Ill, 429, 285 Bachman, Richard L., 406 Bachman, Ronald E., 420 Bacon, Frank M. Bacon, Franklin C. Bacon, john C., 359, 315 Bacon, Wilton I., 359 Badaliance, Robert Badertscher, David A., 429 Baell, james R. Bagby, Christopher G., 429 Bagby, Henry C., Ill, 289 Baghose, Ramsis W. Bagley, Ray A., 406 Bagwell, joe N. Bahler, joseph C. Armstrong, james D., 359 Bailey, Buck W., 359 Bailey, David L. Bailey, Gary R. Bailey, james B. Bailey, Lester P. Bailey, Michael P., 429 Bailey, Robert M., 429, 290 Bailey, William E., jr. Bainbridge, Steven T., 429, 315 Baker, Benjamin R., 359 Baker, Charles D., 429 Baker, Charles E., 406 Baker, Edward L. Baker, Gerald A., 359 Baker, jack C., 315 Baker, james R., 429 Baker, james R.. 429 Baker, james R. Baker, joe A., III, 429 Baker, joseph M., 429 Baker, Kerry A., 429 Baker, Laurie L. Baker, Philip S., 417 Baker, Roy N., 429 Baldassare, joseph E., 429 Baldassaro, james M., 417 Baldwin, Kelsie I., 359 Baldwin, Neal E., 417 Baldwin, Richard M., 396 Baldwin, Steve R., 429, 309 Balestrero, Gregory Balkcom, Balkcum, George H.. 417, 254 Charles W., 406 Armstrong, Rex W. Armstrong, Richard E., 429. 283 Armstrong, Robert C., 416, 254, 310 Arnold, Charles H., Ir. Arnold, Douglas E., jr. Arnold, Gary L. Arnold Gordon B., 429 Arnold, joseph L. Arnold, Larry E. Arnold, William P., Ill Arnott, Robert C. Ball, Bryan C., 429 Ball. George F., 429 Ball, Robert M. Ball, Paula H. R. Allison, Barton, 428. 299 Almand, john Z., 406 Almand, Richard R. Almond, Stephen D., 359 Almond, Stephen E., 256, 295, 152, 359, 252. 259 68 Aronberg, Lawrence A., 395 Arrieta, Roberto A. Arrington, Steven L., 429 Arthur, john G., 429 Arthur, Michael E. Arthur, Milton F., 429 Ball, Steven C. Ball, Timothy A., 429 Ball, William L., III, 406 Ballance, William H., 359 Ballantine, Wm. T. Ballard, Robert A., jr. Ballard, Sammy D. 58, 250 Ballard, William G.. 359 Ballentine, Thomas, 359 Balson, William E. Baltzell, Thomas V., 406 Balyo, Wm. E., 429 Banbury, john C., 359 Bandlow, james E., 417 Bangert, Douglas A., jr., 359. 307 Banks, joel N.. 396 Bankston, Clyde P., 429 Bannon, Robert N., 359 Banschbach, George W. Barber, Barber, Barber, David C., 359, 152 james S., 429 jerry M., 260, 359 Barber. Keith V. Barber. Robert C. Bardhan, Pronob, 396 Bardin, Mathew I., 429 Barfield, Gilbert Barfield. joe P. Barfield, Kenneth B. Barfoot, Andrew C., 429 Barge, judith K. A., 359 Barge, Otis A., 359 Barker, Barker, Don L., 417 Richard D. Barletta, joseph F., 429 Barlow, Douglas R. Barlow, james D., 359 Barlow, Stephen P. Barnard, Grandy B., Ill, 396 Barnes, Barnes, Barnes, Barnes, Barnes, Barnes, Barnett, Barnett Barnett Gregory A., 429 Harrison W., jr., 429 Kenneth L., 429 Malcolm C.. 417 Robert L., 360 Susan P., 406 Bobby R., 360 james T., 396 john R., 313 Barnette, Andrew A., 429 Barnette, Willard H. Barnhill, james E., 277 Barnick, Roland I., 360 Barr, Dennis M., 417 Barr, Douglas R., 280 Barr, john T., IV, 282 Barr, Robert H., 429 Barrales, David I., 429 Barrett, Edward C., jr., 429 Barrett, Michael F., 429 Barrett, Paul L., 417 Barrett, Richard F., 396 Barrett, Robert R., 406 Barrett. Thomas R. Barron, Richard A., 396 Barron, William S. Barrow, james E. Barry, Christopher B. Barry, Robert M., 360 Bartholomay. Arthur E., 429 Bartholomew, Allan W., 360, 299 Bartlett, Claude D. Bartlett, Lee j., 417, 315 Barton, Henry E., 429 Basnar, john P., jr., 360 Basnight, William G. Bass, Arnie, 396 Bass, Charles W., 406, 295 Bass, George S., 406 Bass, Harold C., 360 Bassett, David H., 309 Bassett, Dennis D., 406 Bastian, David F., 360 Bastida, Eduardo R., 396 Batchelor, Albert L., 360 Batchelor, David L., 417 Batchelor, F. Stinson, 396 Batchelor, j. Donald, 360 Bateman, Gilbert I., 417 Bateman, james A., 360, 252, 250 Bates, Calvin j. Bates, Dale A. Bates, David L., 360, 258, 256 Bates, Gordon D. Bates, Martin, R., 285, 360, 252, 259 Bates, Thomas F., 360 Bates, Wallace B., 360 Bathgate, Richard E., 429, 299 Batman, George A., jr., 299 Bator, james S., 429 Battaile, Kenneth P., 396 Battle, Richard T., 360 Battle, Thomas H. Batts, Wm. C., 360 Batum, Ozen Bauer, jean F., 396 Baughan, james R., 406 Baumann. james E., 417 Baumberger, Harold E. Baumgardner, Darrel G., 429 Baumgartner, john S., 429 Baumgartner, joseph S., 360 Baumgartner, Michael, 307 Baumgartner, Wm. E., 417, 279 Baxloy, Harry E., jr. Among other things, IBM computers are helping scholars to find what the poet Shelley It:-.-mv learned from the Works of Milto -helping scientists to track the erratic flight taz ,:.. f'y, , ll CGW paths of the whooping cran y' -helping historians to deduce recise shades ofmeanino in P an the Dead Sea Scroll i -helpino astronomers Q55 b get close-up pictures of the eerie face of e o l, Mars and helping oceanographers, sailing the lonely reaches of the east tropic Pacific, determine the course of an equatorial undercurrent. So when tliere's a problem to be solvecl,1t's amazing how cyqten IBM computers can help. And We need more people to help our customers solve more problems. We're an equal opportunigf emplcyer. C9 Boyce, Iames E., 430 0 Student Index ICONTINUED Baxley, William G., 429 Baxter, Christopher C., 309 Baxter, Iames T. Baxter, Walton W. Baynes, William I. Bazaraa, Mokhtar S. Bazemore, George M. Beach, Robert G. Beacham, Charles I., 429 Beadles, Charles G., 396 Beaird, Carl I., 417 Beal, Frank L., Ir., 429, 283 Beal, Ronnell S., 417 Beall, Iohn C. Beam. Kenneth M., 360 Bean, Richard A. Beard. Ieffrey T., 429 Bearden , Iimmy L., 396 Bearden, Michael F. Beasley, Beasley, Beasley, Bruce S., 429 Iohn B.. 394 Iohnie C.. Ir. Beasley, Michael A., 406 Beasley, Ricky R., 429, 289 Beattie, Iames A., 313 Beaty, Charles M., Ir. Beaufait, Gary L., 360 Beavers, David S., 429 Bechool, Gary E., 417 Beck, Donald W., 315 Beck, Larry R., 429, 271 Beck, Lawrence A., 429 Beck, Thomas G., 429 Beckemeyer, Elizabeth, 429 Becker, William S., 360, 296 Beckett, Wm. S., 396 Beckham, Sam S.,-417 Beckstead, Gary E., 360 Beddingfield, Sydney, 429 Beddow, Iohn M., 429 Beeland, William D., 360 Beerman, Bruce H., 429, 268 Beese, Stephen A., 429 Beeson, Thomas M., 360, 258 Beglin, Michael F., 286 Behnke, Carl, 430 Beisler, Walter E., 360 Belba, Victor H., 417 Belcher, Iames I. Belcher, Iohn R.. 360 Belcher, Phillip D. Bell, Charles L. Bell, Cyril F., 406 Bell, Douglas C., 406, 275 Bell, Edison L., 252, 259, 250 Bell, George R. Bell, Iames O. Bell, Iohn I., 430 Bell, Iohn L. Bell, Ioseph A., Ir., 430 Bell, Landon R., 430 Bell, Marshall A. Bell, Robert P. Bell, Robert M., 360 Bell, Ronnie M. Bell, Terry C., 417 Bell, William A., 396 Bell, William L. Bellack, Michael C., 430 Bellamy, Neal C., III Beller, Arthur E., 360, 259, 256 J Bellum, Iohn C.. 250, 360. 252, 256 Belmont, Alexander I. Bendeck, Leonel Z., 430 Benner, Iohn D., 396 Bennett, Donald E., Ir., 406 Bennett, Edgar B. Bennett, Iames L. Bennett, Ioseph I., 406 Bennett, Nelson R., 417 Bennett, Orrin P., 260. 360 Bennett, Peter I., 406 Bennett, Robert E. Bennett, Shirley M., 430 Bennett, Steven D., 417 Bennett, Susan O., 430 Bennett, Thomas B.. 406. 279 Benns, Robert A., 360, 252 Benoit, Michael L., 360 Benson, Martin F., 430, 271 Benson, Rodney L., 396 Bentley, Irvin G., Ir., 417 Bentley, Larry A., 360 Bentley, William G., 406 Benton, Iames P., 360 Benton, Lawrence A., 430, 315 Benton, William B., 360 Bereska, Robert P., 316 Bergeaux, Philip I., 430 Berger, Iose R., 406 Bergert, Don G. Bergeson, David A., 406, 277 Bergovist. Ulf O. Berma Berma Berma n, Arthur G., 430, 268 n. Harvey G., 430 n, Harvey P., 360, 266 Berngartt, Robert E., 430 Berry, Howard Berry, Iames H., Ir., 430 Berry, Iohn W., 360 Berry, Lee E., Ir., 360 Berry, Berry, Marian E., 417 Richard L., 360 Berry, Thomas I., Ir., 406, 285 Bertils, Bertel R. Bertucio, Robert C., 417 Best, Kenneth W., 360 Best, Merrell E., 417 Best, Wilhurn W., 360 Beswick, Paul G., 406 Betancur, Alvaro, 396 Bethel, Iulian, Ir., 360 Betsill, Iohn F., 406 Betterton, Gerald M., 430 Beutel, Wm. M., 417, 279 Beverly, Robert E., III, 417 Bevil, William L., 417 Bevill, Iack O., 417 Beville, David L., 430 Bhandari, Prem N. Bibb. William F., 430 Biber. Reginald E., 417, 313 Bickers, Carl G. Biffle. Ierry C., 360 Bignault, Georges H. Billings, Cecil L. Bills, Donald E., 417 Bilyeu, Iay D., 360, 252 Bing, Thomas B., 407 Biola, Ioseph L., 361 Birch, William B., Ir., 361, 258, Bird, Iames R. Birdsong, Frank A., 361, 307 Birdsong, Iackson H., 396 Birdsong, Walker G. Birdwell, Gerald G. Bishnoi, Banwari L. Boggs, Luther M. Boggs, Phillip S., 361, 350 Bogue, Roy B. Bohannon, E. Lee, Ir. Bohannon, Michael A., 407 Bohler, Rufus E., 430 Boileau, Iames G., 430 Boland, Ioseph S. Bolen, Larry F., 417, 279 Boles, Claude E. Boles, Iacquiline M. Boles, Iimmie K. Bolick, Thomas R., 417 Bolien, Richard I., 430 Bollenberg, David R. Bollheimer, Philip A., 430 Bolter, Walter G. Bolton, David M.. 307 Bozo, Waldo G., 407 Brabec, Dennis W. Brabson, Iohn S., 417, 256 Brabson, William W., 417 Brackett, Gerald S., Ir., 407, 313 Brackett. Iames W., 260, 362 Brackett, Thomas V., 417 Brackin, Henry B., 430 Bradbary, Danny R., 430 Bradbury, Lawrence C., 362 Bradford. David C., 417 Bradford, William R. Bradley , Daniel R., 417 Bradley, Edward L. Bradley, Hugh M., 417 Bradley, Michael O., 152 Bradley, -Stephen W. Bradshaw, Larry N., 362 Bolton, George N., 361, 295 Bolton, Louis G., 430 Bolton, William R. Bomar, Lucien C., 407 Bishop. Gary L.. 417 Bishop, Gary M., 407 Bishop, Kermit O., Ir., 361 Bishop, Murl R., 361 Bishop, Thomas C., 430, 290 Bittenbender, Paul S., 430, 268 Bitterman, Alan M., 407 Bitterman, Bruce I., 417 Bittinger, Donnie E., 361 Black, Eugene C., Ir., 417, 313 Black, George W. Black, Iohn W., 430 Black, Ioseph K., 361 Black, Laurance D. Black, Richard E., Ir., 152 Black, Robert G., Ir., 407 Black, Robert I., 430 Black, William R. Blackburn, Marlin A., 430 Blacklook, Richard M., 407 Blackmon, Anthony D., 430 Blackmon, Charles M., 396 Blackshaw, Andrew L., 430 Blackstone, Alexander, 417 Blackstone, Michael M., 417 Blackwell, Brodus K., 407 Blackwell, Larry G. Blackwood, Charles A. Blackwood, Riddick L., 430 Blalock. Iack E., Ir., 361 Blanchard, Richard E., 361 Blancheri, Darryl L., 361 Bland, Byron L., 430, 307 Blanding, Albert G., 407 Blane, Watkins I., Ir., 361, 177 Blankenship, George W., 407 Blankenstein, Glen A., 417, 315 Blanton, Iames E.. 430 Blauser, Harris R., 417, 289 Bledsoe, Charles C., 430 Blessing, Edwin E., 430 Blomeley, Lewis E., 361 Bloodworth, George R. Bloom, Larry I., 430 Bloom, Michael D., 361 Bloom, Steven A. Bloor, Walter R.. 417 Blose, Terry G., 361, 301 Blount, Denmark R., 430 Blue, Ruth Ann, 361 Blum, Mark S., 417, 268 Blum, Ronald E., 430 Blumenstein, Brent A. Blythe, Michael Boatright, Robert L., 361 Bobbitt, Donald E. Bobbitt, Oliver B., III, 417 Bobo, William R., 361 Bock, Iim B., Ir. Boddiford, Dyches V., 430 Boden, Kenneth I., 361 Bodnar, Donald G. Bodor, Marianne T., 417, 266 Boeye, Brian L., 430 Boggs. Colleen I. Bond, Brendon A., Ir., 396 Bond, Thomas L., 302 Bonds, Douglas L. Bone, William T., 430 Bonewitz, Ioel D., 430 Bonham. Charlton H. Bonifay, Kenneth B., 152, 177 Bonifay, Robert B., Ir., 430 Bonilla, Robert A., Ir. Bonitatibus, Ronald W. Bonnell, Ronald D. Bonner, Hal G. Bonner, Henry H., Ir. Bonnet, Charles F., 430 Bonnet, David S.. 407 Bonnichsen, Barry M., 430, 315 Bonnick, Albert T., Ir. Boone, Larry G., 361, 279 Boone, William A. Booth, Harold S., 417 Booth, Richard A., 417, 254 Booth, Wilson T., 417 Boothe. Stephen C. Bootin, Lawrence S., 430 Boots, Andrew I., 361 Borcher, Charles A., Ir., 256, 362, 252, 259 Boren, Thomas G. Borges, Eric A.. 362 Born, Brady T., 430 Born, Raymond N., 289 Boro, Andrew I., 417 Boroughs, George B., 407 Borrero, Gabriel, 396 Bortner, Larry L., 295 Boss, Ioel M., 362, 261 Bossotti, Ioseph M., 430 Bost, Cletus M., 407 Bosworth, Michael K. Bosworth, Robert F. Bottoms, Iack, Ir., 362 Bottoms, Wm. C., Ir., 407 Boucugnani, Anibal A., 362, 283 Bouldin, Donald W., 396 Bouler, Iohn W., 417 Boulineau, George H., 362 Bounds, Kenneth E., 430 Bouton, Ralph R. Boutwell, Warren D., 362 Bouvier. Maurice I. B. Bouysou, Daniel A. Bowden, Robert V., 362 Bradwell, Iames S., 367 Brady, Lance H., 280 Brady, Vernon T., 417 Bragg, Ausburn R. Braid, Michael H., 407, 309 Bramblett, Iames D., 430 Bramblett, Richard M. Bramlett, Royce N. Bramlette, Tillman T. Branan, Branan, Donald H. Mac W.. In 430 Branan, William H. Branch, Lucius G., 430 Brandon, Benny E., 430 Brandt, Iack D., 430 Brannon, George A. Brannon, Steven E., 407 Branton, Richard H., 417 Brasfield, Charles T., 362 Brasfield, Grady E., 407 Brass, Edward W. Brass, R obert D., 430 Braswell, Ionathan W., 407 Braswell, Thomas S., 407 Bratz, V almor A. Braun. Iohn F., 362 Bowen, Benjamin G.. lll, 362 Bowen, Howard E., 407 Bowen, Ira I., 362 Bowen, Larry E. Bowen, Leander B. Bowen, Mack D. Bowen, Michael F. Bowen, Troy L., 362 Bower, Haywood W., 417 Bowers. Bowers, Roswell S., 430, 313 William P., 286 Bowles, Douglas B., 362 Bowles, Iohn T., 362 Bowling. Robert E., 396 Bowling, Tommy I. Bowman, David S., 430 Bowman, Iohn D., 430, 203 Bowman, Michael E., 407 Bowman, Richard F., 430 Bowman Bowman , Robert D., 362 . Ronald P. Bowman. Stephen W. Bowman, Victor S. Box, Stephen M. Boy, Edmund G., 430 Boyd, Frederick L., 430 Boyd. Iohn T. Boyd, Richard G. Boyd, Samuel M. Boyd, William M., 407 Boyd, Wm. N., 430 Boyer, Richard H., Ir., 307 Boyer, Stephen P. Boyle, Gregory B., 295 Bravo, Anita U., 430 Bravo, Iohn E., 362 Brawley, William M., 430, 299 Bray, Harry C., Ir., 362 Bray, Iames W., 289 Brayton, Arthur E.. 430 Breece, Iames L. Breeding, Lawrence H., 362, 302 Breen, William H., 430 Brehm, Robert F., 362, 315 Breiner, Ioel P., 430, 268 Breland, Iames E., 396 Brennan, Iohn I. Brenner, Dale F. Bretz, David G., 430 Brewer, Benjamin B., 437 Brewer, Larry A., 362 Brewer, Lewis, Ir., 362 Brey, Arden L. Brice, Charles W., 431 Bricker, Larry L. Bridges, Donald N. Bridges, Larry I., 417 Bridges, William D., 431 Brien, Bernie I., 362 Briggs, Thomas W.. Il. 43 Brigham, Roy A., 431, 295 Bright, David O. Brigman, Robert T. Brigmond, Darrell, 431 Brinkley, Eileen E. Brinkman, Henry A., 407 Brinkman, Richard O., 417 Brinson, Douglas A., 362 Brinson, Ioe E. Brinson, Murray T., 362 Briscoe, Iames H., Ir. Brissey, Charles C., 407, 261 Britt, Iames R., 407, 280 Britt, William B., 362, 252 Brittian, Wayne D. Brittingham, Oscar I., 259 Brizendine. Robert E., 362, 252 Brock, Dale T. Brock, Iohn F., III, 417, 254. 301 Brock, Sam D., 431 Brock, Thomas R., Ir., 362 Brock, Wayne R. Brockway, George S. Brogdon, Iames ,W.. 363 Brogdon, Iesse E., 431 Brooke, Robert E., Ir., 417 Brooke, Russell I., Ir., 417 Brooks, David H., 363 Brooks, David W., 431 Brooks, Iesse B., Ir. Brooks, Ioe A., 431 Brooks, Iohn B., 431 Brooks, Iohn G. Brooks, Ioseph P., 363 Brooks, Randy E., 431 Brooks, Richard A., 363 Broome, Paul H., 407 Broome, Timothy C., 431 ivan allen your one-stop store for all otlice supplies oliice equipment and decorating business printing oflice supplies drafting and engineering supplies tabulating supplies 221 Ivy St., N.E. ' 60 Peachtree St., N.W. ATLANTA BRANCHES: GA.: Albany, Athens, Augusta, Columbus, Gainesville, Macon, Marietta, Rome ALA.: Huntsville TENN.: Athens, Chattanooga S.C.: Greenville ATLANTA SIIOW PLACES! The Fabulous The South's Finest ROXY Wilby-Kinsey Theatres Student Index ICONTINUEDI Buice, Ralph L., Ir. Bulchis, Robert I. Bulfin, Robert L., Ir., 363 Bullard, Arthur I., 431 Bulloch, Gary L., 363 Bullock, Robert D., 363 Camp, Elwood H., Ill, 418, 307 Camp, Marvin D., Ir., 363 Camp, Ronnie W. Camp, William C., 363 Campbell, Arthur C. Cash, Dusty I., 418 Cash, Thomas D., 397 Caskey, Carl A., 302 Caskey, Charles M. Caskey, Iames A., 432, 302 Cassidy, Robert W., 432 Carr Broome, William R., 417 Brown, Bobby D. Brown, Carey H., 407, 315 Brown, Carl E., 431 Brown, Charles A. Brown, Charles E., 431 Brown, Charles R. Brown, Charles T. Brown, Christopher C., 363 Brown, Danny R., 431 Brown, David L. Brown, Donald B., 431 Brown, Brown, Dwight A., 363 Edward I., 417 Brown, Edward T., 417 Brown, Frank A., Ir., 417, 295 Brown, Gary K.. 431 Brown, George N., 396 Brown, Gregory B., 407 Brown, Gregory R. Brown, Iack D. Brown, Iames A. Brown, Iames H., 431 Brown, Iames H.. 363 Brown, Iames P. Brown, Ierry W., 407, 255 Brown, Ioe C., 407 Brown, Iohn F. Brown, Ioseph M., Ir. Brown. Kenneth N. Brown Lamar H. Brown: Larry W. Brown. Leonard L., 431 Brown, Ohma H.. 431 Brown, Philip N. Brown, Brown Ray R., 431, 301 Raymond N., III, 431 Brown, Richard L., 417 Brown, Richard L., 431 Brown, Robert I., 363, 252, 259. 250 Brown, Robert L. Brown Robert T. 431 Brown: Robert Wi, 363 Brown, Roger A., 396 Brown, Ronald D., 431 Brown, Samuel B., III, 363 Brown, Stanley H. Brown, Stephen C., 152 Brown, Sterling R. Brown, Thomas H., Ir. Brown, Wallace E., 417 Brown, William B., Ir. Brown, Wm. M., 396, 259 Browning, Louis A., 431 Brownl Brubak ee, Edward H., Ir., 363, 252 er. Miles L.. 407 Bruce, Arthur C. Bruce, Charles L. Bruce, George W., 363 Bruckmann, Ronald W., 431, 285 Brueggemann, Robert H., 431 Brumby, Richard G., Il Brumfield, Larry K., 282 Bulluc k, Howard L., 299 Bulpitt, William S., 418, 313 Bump, Bunce, Gary E. Timothy L., aes Campbell, Charles M. Campbell, David Campbell, David, 431 Campbell, David F. Campbell, Ernest L. Castleberry, Tom E., 432 Castlejohn, Alexander, 407 Castner, Iohn P., 364 Castro, Fernando Buran, Gerald W., 363 Burch, Alice W., 363 Burch, Ioseph E. Burcher, Robert D., Ir., 363 Burdine, Dewey A. Burel, Ronald D., 431 Burfeind, Iames W., 431 Burgess, Emory D., 431, 315 Burgess, Wm. C., 301 Burghardt, David C., 418 Burgin, Silvia K., 431 Burke, Freddie R., 396 Campbell, Iohn F., Ir., 431 Campbell, Iohn M., 407 Campbell, Larry K., 363 Campbell, Louis A., 363 Campbell, Stephen G., 431 Campbell, Stephen K., 363 Cannon, Iames C. Cannon, Iames S., 431 Cannon, Iay L., III, 309 Cantelou, George E., Ir., 363 Cantley, Rilous B., 363 Cantrell, Cecil B., Ir., 407 Catapano, Ioseph, 418 Cater, Thomas I., 364, 258 Cauble, Thomas G., 407, 309 Caudell, Larry I., 418 Caudill, Garry C., 418 Cavitt, Gary L. Caye, William C., 364 Gaylor, Lamar N. C., 407 Cereijo, Manuel Chacon, Raul I., 397 Chaffin, Gari A. Chaffin, Iohn E., 407 Burke, Kathryn R. Burke, Samuel F., 407 Burke, Samuel W., IV, 363 Burke, Thomas E., 363 Burkett, Edmund B., 363, 256 Burkett, Harold E., 363 Burks. Henry L., 407 Burn, Barbara B., 431, 266 Burn, Bruce H., 418 Burnet t, Iewell C., Ir., 407 Burney, Rodney P. C. Burns, Charles A., 363 Burns, Charles P., 363 Burns, Frank N., 431 Burns, Ioseph W., 431 Burns, Leigh R., 363 Burns, Othell M., 431 Cantrell, Pierce E., Ir., 431, 302 Cantrell, Weldon K. Canup, Ralph I., 418 Capers, Wm. A., Ir., 254, 301 Capo, Camila M., 418, 266 Capps, Iames C. Captain, Robert V., 407, 267 Carballeira, lose F. Cardell, Robert I., 407 Carden, Iohn L., Ir. Carden, Lloyd E. Cardos, Iohn L., 407, 313 Cardwell, Phillip R. Cargill, Kenneth W. Cargill, Robert M., 309 Carling, Brian I., 431 Carlisle, Thomas l., 363, 152 Chaffin, Milton H., 364 Chakravarti, Bhaven Chalk, Iames W., 432, 285 Chalk, Ioe F., 407 Chamberlain, Leroy B., 364 Chamberlin, Iames W., 432 Chambers, Alton I., 407 Chambers, George C. Chambers, Iames R., 364 Chambers, Thomas M., 432 Chambless, George S., 418 Chamlee, Robert W., 418 Champion, Ralph S., Ir., 432 Champion, William R., 432 Champlin, Ierry B. F., 397 Chan, Pit K., 432 Chance, George A., 418 Burns, Ralph B. Burns, Wm. E., 418 Burnside, Iames E., 363 Burquest, Mark B., 431, 279 Burr, Richard A., 363 Burrows, David L., 307 Burrows, Iohn E., Ir., 407, 255, 307 Bursi, Charles D., Ir., 363 Burton, Cary L., 431 Burton, C, Wesley Burton, Daniel M., 407, 255 Burton, Grady W., 290 Burton, Richard E. Burton, Richard L., Ir., 363 Burton, Richard N., 431 Burton, Walter E., Ir., 396 Bush, Ernest L., 418, 272 Bush, Steven S., 407, 259, 293 Bussey, Iohn C. Butalla, Martin W. Buteau, Bruce B., 431 Butenschon, Peter H. Carlisle, Thomas R., 363 Carlo, Orlando Carlson, Dennis P. Carlson, Eric C., 418 Carlson, Lyle D., 431, 272 Carlson, Stephen F. Carmichael, Daniel L., 309 Carmichael, Iulian G., 363 Carmichael, Thomas A., 364, 25 Carnes, William S., 431 Carpenter, Curtis I., 364 Carpenter, Donald A. Carpenter, Donald W., 431 Carpenter, Ionathan H., 431 Carpenter, Terry K., 407, 261 Carr, Carr, Howard E., 364 Proctor I-I., 431 Carr, Sanford P., 431 Carr, Wallace W., 396 Carr, William C., 250, 364, 252, 256 , Wm. W., Ir., 431 5, 152 Chandler, Barron W., Ir., 432 Chandler, Brue S., III, 418, 272 Chandler, Ekillis M. Chandler, Iames C., Ir., 432 Chandler, Richard A., 418 Chandler, Russell B., 418, 272 Chandler, Walter H., 432 Chandler, Willis E., 418 Chaney, Charles W., 260, 364 Chang, Shen S. Chang, Shih, C., 397 Chao, Chente Cho, Lichung Chaplin, Saxby M., 255, 244, 246, 364, 307 Chapman, David M., 364, 296 Chapman, George L., 432 Chapman, Phillip D., 432 Chapman, Robert E., 364 Chapman, Robert L., 364 Chapman, Thomas A., 407, 152, 304 Chappell, Stephen G., 250, 407, 259, 256 Chappell, William I. Brumlik, Christopher, 431 Brundage, Robert E. Brunig, Richard E., 299 Bruninga, Robert E., 254 Butler, Allen I., 363 Butler, Francis K., Ir., 431 Butler, Gary C., 363 Butler, Hugh D., Ir., 407 Butler, Ierry B. Butler, Ierry L., 431 Butler, Iohn G., 396 Butler, Iohn M., 407 Buttermore, Michael D., 431 Butterworth, Richard Buttram, Patrick B., 431 Carraway, Richard S., 431 Carreker, Iames R., 313, 249, 407, 259 Carrier, Edmond L., 418 Carrington, Charles E., 432, 283 Carrington, Royal C., 394 Carrizosa, Alvaro, 418 Carroll, Charles E., 432 Carroll, Claude I., III, 432 Chase, Frank K., Ir. Chastain, Ierry T., 407 Chasteen, Freddie I., 364, 261, 302 Chaves, Iorge E., 364 Chawla, Rajender K. Checketts, Roy L., 407, 315 Cheek, David L., 432 Buban. Brunson, Danny L., 407 Brunson, Iohn H., 363 Brunsvold, Ronald S., 362, 252, 250 Bryan, Iames V., 431 Bryan, Iohn C., 363 Bryan, Iudson I-I., 407 Bryan, Paul L., 431 Bryan, Richard E. Bryan, Thomas H., 431 Bryan, Tolar C., 407 Bryant, Ioe T., 407, 256 Bryant, Iohn D., 431 Bryant, Steven K., 431 Bryson, Kenneth I., 431 Bryson, Rodney W., 407 Iohn P., 396 Butynski, Donald L., 407 Butzon, Christopher P., 431 Byers, Brook H., 244, 363, 256 Byers, Iimmy C. Byers. Kenneth G., Ir. Byers, Robert A. Byers, Robert H., Ir. Bynum, Iames C., Ir., 431 Bynum, Ioseph R., 407, 259, 250 Byorick, Edward M., Ir. Byrd, William E., 363 Cabaniss, Harleston E., 396 Caffall, Peter B., 363 Cagle, George C., 431 Callan, Iohn P., 431 Buchanan, Donald R., 254 Buchanan, Ioseph E., 363 Buck, Charles D. Buckels, Ieffrey W., 407 Buckhalt, William W.. 431 Buckle, Edwaru L. Buckler, Michael I. Buckley, Iames I., 431 Buckner, Roger V. Buckwalter, David C., 363 Budai, Ierome A., 286 Budde, Charles L. Budke, Roger I. Bueker, Christopher Bueker, Daniel L. Bueker. Kermit P. Buffington, Iack E. Bugbee, Frederick L., 299 Bugg, David W., 407, 313 Bugge. 472 August P.. Ir., 431. 313 Cagle, Ronnie F., 431 Cahn. Ri chard M., 431, 293 Caiella, Iames M., 431 Cail, Wa Cain, Da yne S., 416, 254 le P. Caldarale, Charles R., 431 Caldwell, Gary K., 431 Caldwell, Iames M. Calhoun, Lucien B., 431 Calhoun, Richard D. Calhoun, Robert M., 407 Calhoun, William L., Ir., 418, 279 Callahan , Ioseph E., 363 Callaway, Forrest D. Callaway, Francis F., 418 Callens, Earl E. Callis, Larry W., 431 Calvert, Iohn W., 407 Cameron, David A., 394 Carroll, Edward B., Ir., 432 Carroll, Hubert E., 432 Carroll, I. Leonard, Ir., 364 Carroll , Iimmie R., 364 Carroll, Larry D., 432 Carroll, Robert L. Carroll, Robert L., 396, 259 Carroll, Ronald E., 364, 271, 177 Carroll, William E. Carroll, William I., 432 Carruthers, Teddy I., 432, 277 Carson, Charles W., 364 Carson, Christopher B., 364 Carswell, William D., 418 Carter, Aubrey E. Carter, Charles A., 364 Carter, Charles L., 364 Carter, Iames H., II Carter, Iames K., 364 Carter, Iames W., 364 Carter, Ierry D. Carter, Iohn B., Ir., 249, 407 Carter. Iohn H., 432 Carter, Iohn L. Carter, Kerry D., 432 Carter, Larry A., 432 Carter, Philip R. Carter, Robert W., 418, 272 Carter, Ronald F., 418 Carter, Ronald H., 407 Carter. Ross B., Ir., 432, 299 Carter. Carter, William B., 432 Wm. K., 432 Cheek, Edwin W., 432 Cheek, Harvey D., 432, 307 Cheek, Iames T., 432, 272 Cheek, Manson H., 364 Cheek, Michael D., 418 Cheek, Robert D., 432 Cheek, Robert L., 418 Cheek, William V. Chen, Carl T. H. N., 364 Chen, Charng N., 397 Chen, Della M. T., 364 Chen, Pei Y. Chen, Timothy I. Chenault, Larry A., 432 Chenault, William H., 432 Cheng, Yao M. Cheong, Vang T., 364 Cherry, William E., 432, 302 Chesbrough, Peter E. Cheshire, David A., 418, 313 Chesser, Michael I., 432, 301 Chester, Iames S., 364 Child, Robert F., Ill, 432, 277 Childers, David W., 418 Childress, Thomas E., 432 Childress, William W., 364, 509, 510 Childs, Rand H., 432 Childs, Wm. R. Chin, Howard, 407 Chinn, Bennett T., 364 Chirico, Iames M., 418 Chisolm, Kenneth M., 432, 301 Chivington, Emerson P., 364, 252, 250 Cartledge, Iames W., Ir., 407 Cartwright, Charles C., 407 Carver, Billy F., 407 Casale, Peter R., 407 Casey, David A., 364, 307 Casey, George R., 432 Casey, William F., III, 432 Chou, Chuen I-I. Chowgule, Vijay V., 418 Chrietzberg, Farron C., 432 Christenberry, Daniel. 364 Christian, Thomas F., 364, 283 Christian, William G. Christie, Hugh A., 432, 302 ppo tunjty for You! If your aim is high, Cone Mills has unlimited opportunity for you. We at Cone encourage young people to use initiative. We seek those who are anxious to develop new skills and imagination. If your aim is high, We are interested in you! CONE MILLS CORPORATION lathe., C N E! 'ww Q EXECUTIVE OFFICES Greensboro, N. C. An Equal Opportunity Employer Mfr MANUFACTURING PLANTS-Cliffside, Forest City, Gibsonville, Greens- boro, Haw River, Henrietta, Hillsborough, Pineville, Reidsville, Salisbury in North Carolina. Carlisle, Cheraw, Greenville, Walhalla, Whitmire in South Carolina. Houston in Texas. High school graduates apply to nearest Cone plant office. dmv.. CONE N 9 College graduates address inquiries to: Manpower Development Manager, Cone Mills Corporation, ....,.... ,,,,,, . ,,,,,,,,,,, .,.,.... ,,,,,,,, Greensboro, N. C. 27405 SALES HEADQUARTERS Cone Mills, Inc., New York Clayto Comer, KCONTINUEDJ Christie, Wiley B., 418 Christman, john W., 432 Christopher, Thomas A. Chu, Richard R. C. Chunn, Stephen L., 407 Church, Charles H., III, 364 Church, john C., 432 Churchman, Philip A.. 416, 254, 279 Cieutat, Hubert H., 432 Cilmi, Vincent T., 418 Ciner, William j. Clancy, Patrick F., jr., 418, 267 Clanton, H. Vincent, 418, 315 Clark, Arlon R., 364 Clark, Bruce j., 432 Clark, Charles N., 432 Clark, Charles S., 418, 259, 309 Clark, David W., 364 Clark, Eugene C., 397 Clark, Fay E., 397 Clark, Gary C., 364 Clark, George M. Clark, Horace B., 432 Clark, jack L. Clark, james L., 364, 258, 250 Clark, james T., 418 Clark, john M., 364 Clark, john N., 432 Clark, Kenneth L., 418 Clark, Leo F., 364 Clark, Leslie B., 432, 309 Clark, Lowell L., 432 Clark, Richard T. Clark, Richard T., 432 Clark, Clark, Ronald C., 365 Stephen E., 432 Clark. Thomas B.. 397 Clark, Thomas W., 365 Clark, William C., 432 Clarke, Dale G., 418 Clarke, james O., jr. Clarke, john R., 407 Clarke, Samuel F., 418, 254 Clarke, Stephen M. Clary, Albert T., 418, 254 Claxton, james D. Clayton, jon K., 365, 244, 246, 248, 290 Clayton, Michael L., 432 n, Robert Y., 432, 280 Student Index Coker, William R. Colbath, jeffrey P. Colbert, Larry B.. 432 Clole, Hal B., 432 Cole, jackson T., 365 Cole, john L., 432 Cole, Kenneth O. Cole, Paul E. Cole, Raymond C.. 277 Cole, Robert T., 397 Cole, Samuel D., 418 Cole, Vernon L., 432 Coleman, George W., jr., 432, 295 Coleman. james D., 432 Coleman, john A., 432 Coleman, john M., 418, 315 Coleman, john S., 432 Coleman, jonathan M., 418 Coleman, Thomas A., 432 Coleman, Thomas M., 432 Coleman, Wm. M., 432, 254 Colker, Terrance M., 408, 293 Collado, jesus M., 432 Colle, Ronald P. Collier, Danny M., 432 Collier, Henry E. Collier, Mary F., 418 Collier, Walter K., 408 Collier, William W., 418 Collingwood, David P. Collins, David P., 418, 301 Collins, Dermot j. Collins, Douglas S., 432, 302 Collins, Frank A. Collins, Gail E. Collins, Gerald R. Collins, Harry R., 432 Collins, Henry j. Collins, jesse j., 432 Collins, jimmy L. Collins, john C., 260, 365, 271 Collins, john P., 152 Collins, joseph K., 365 Collins, Lafiece D., 365 Collins, Michael A. Collins, Patrick C., 365, 282 Collins, Richard P., 432, 299 Collins. Steve H., 418. 295 Colson, james M., 432 Colson, Pardee D., jr. Colston, Colthar, Kenneth L., 418 jeffrey A. Combee, Ben L., 432 Combes, Richard S., 299 Michael D. Clayton, Steven N., 418 Clegg, Walter j., 276 Cleghorn, David F. Clement, jerry M. Clements, Larry R. Clements, Walter j., 408 Clemmons, Susan R., 266 Clemons, Robert W., 432 Cleveland, Charles L. Cleveland, Glenn D., 418 Cleveland, james C., 418, 299 Cleveland, Thomas G. Comerford, john E., 432 Comerford, Lawrence G., 432 Compton, joseph A., 416 Compton, Zollie R., jr., 418 Conejos, Miguel A. Conklin, Frederick j., 397 Conklin, Robert S., 365, 315 Conlan, Paul E.. 432, 285 Conlon, Christopher S., 432 Conn, Claudia G. Conner, David A. Cleveland, William T., 418 Cliffor d, Harold C., 152 Clifton, Robert B., 432 Cline. Bobby L., 397 Cline, Cline, james L., 365 john W. Cline, Robert E., 418, 315 Cline, Wm. E. Cloud, Cloudt Wally K., 365 , james D.. 432 Clugston. Marilyn W. Coarsey, Charles L., 432. 309 Cobb, Cobb, Cobb, Cobb, Charles L., 365 Martin R., 432 Michael j., 408 William R. Coblentz, Peter M. Cochran, james S., 365 Cochran, joe K. Cochran, johnny E., 432 Cockerham, Robert P., 432, 290 Cocowitch, john H. Codias, Rene Cofer, Coffee james W. n. Larry T. Coffey, Wm. S., 432, 289 Coffman, Bob E., 365 Coffman, Gary R. coghii 1, Philip H., u, iiaz, aoz Coggins, james D., 408, 301 Coggins, Thomas R., 365 Cogswell, Timothy D. Cohen, Harold l., 42, 268 Cohen, Kenneth M., 418 Cohen, Murray M., 408, 268, 250 Cohen , Robert D., 365 Cohen, Roger L., 365 Cohen, Zev Cohn, Cohn, Coker, Coker, 474 Alan W., 418, 256 David li, 432 Darby T., 365 Stanley C., 249, 408, 271 Conner, james B., 365, 261. 285 Conner, Conner, john M., 307 William T. Connerat. Carter M., 275 Conrads, Robert j., 416, 256 Conte, Paul T. Contreras, Belisario, 365 Coody, Donald F., 432 Cook, Bruce I., 433 Cook, Byron C. Cook, David W., 433 Cook, Edward C. Cook, Fred L., 433 Cook, Harry A., jr., 408 Cook, jackie R. Cook, james H. Cook, james R., 249, 290 Cook, jerry A., 418 Cook, Lee R. Cook, Leslie W., 408 Cook, Philip C., zso, 244, 246 Cook, Richard E., 248, 365, 233, 295 Cook, Robert R., 406 Cook, Ronald N., 418, 290 Cook, S Cook, S ianley L., 418, 315 tephen D., 365 Cook, Wade E., 309 Cook. Wm. S., Ill Cooke, Donald E., 365 Cooke, Robert j., 233 Cooke, William P. Cooler, Cooley, Lamarr B., 315 Russell W., 418 Coon, Ralph H., 233 Cooney. Thomas A. Cooper, Basil P., 397, 256 Cooper, David C. Cooper, james C. Cooper, joe T., 307 Cooper, Richard G., jr., 365 Cooper, Ronald j., 408 Cooper, Samuel W., 233, 296 Cooperman, Steven j., 233, 268 Copeland, john B. Coppola, Richard G., 276 Coppolino, Charles, jr., 233 Corbell, Philip T., 365 Corbet, Todd D., 233 Corbett, Danny K., 415, 254 Corbin, Charles C., jr., 366 Corbin, jackie C., 433 Corbin. Owen B., 433 Corbitt, james M., 259 Corcia, john T. Corey, Marion W., 397 Corkery, Patrick j., 433 Corley, Herbert W., jr. Cornett, Danny E., 433 Cornett, William D., 433 Cornwell, james S., 433. 313 Cornwell, Lamar W. Cornwell, Rick L., 433, 286 Corr, Robert M., 433 Corrigan, john j., 433 Corwin, Samuel j. Cosby, Philip C. Cosby, Walter W. Costadegomez, Marilyn Costanzo, Henry, 433 Costley, james H., 406 Cotera, jorge F., 418 Cotten, Henry P., 366 Cottrell, Robert E., 433, 279 Couch, Emmitt, O., 366 Couch, jack H., jr., 433, 304 Couch, Llewellyn H. Couey, Felix T., 408 Coulborn, Geoffrey M., 366 Coulon, Kenneth E. Coulon, Whitney A., Ill, 366, 255, 275 Counts, George M., 433 Courcelle, Lucien C., 366 Coursey, Gary B. Coursey, james W., 418 Coursey, jeffrey R. Covey, Byron j., 433 Covington, Dale W. Covington, Hubert T. Covington, William L. Covucci, David C., 433 Cowan, Clifford W. Cowan, john A. Cowan, Robert D. Cowan, Robert D., 433 Cowart, john A., jr., 307 Cowley, Robert C., jr. Cox, Charles M., 366 Cox, Fred L., 408 Cox. Gary G. Cox, Homan L. Cox, james A., Ill Cox, james M. Cox, Percy j.. jr., 418 Cox, Peter j., 433 Cox, Richard D., jr., 289, 249, 366, 2 Cox. William B., 366 Cox, William R., jr. Coyle, Hugh B., jr., 433 Cozzens. Ray j., 250, 408, 258, 256 Crabtree, Robert P., 433 Crace, james A., 408, 277 Craddock, joe M., 418 Craft, james E., 418 Craft, Theodore N., jr.. 433 Craft, Thomas F., jr., 397 Crafts, Frederick G.. 433 Craig, Bernard W., jr., 433 Craig, David A. Craig, Richard F. Craig, William N., 366, 313 Crandall, Howard D., 433 Crane, johnny L., 366, 286, 302 Crane, Michael B. Crane, William C. Cranmer, David C., 433 Crannell, David j., 408 Crapse, john L. Crawford, Charles j., 433, 301 Crawford, Harold O., jr., 433 Crawford, Kenneth D., 366, 309 Crawford, Thomas H., 433, 276 Crawley, Charles M., 433 Crawley, David M., III, 366 Crecente, joseph W., 418 Crews, Charles A., 408 Crews, Vernon K., 406 Cribb, Rembert T., jr., 433, 285 Cribbs, john A., jr. Crisler, Michael j., 418 Crisp, Robert W. Crittendon, Lincoln H., 433 Crockard, David A., 408. 307 Crockard, Douglas E., 433, 307 Crocker, james H., 433, 285 Crockett, john S. R. Crockett, Ronald O. Croft, Robert V., 366, 259 Croker, William T., 366 Croley, john T., 433 Crom, justin j., 433 86 Cromer, Edwin D. Cronan, Lee H., 406, 258 Cronk, Robert N., jr. Cropsey, Paul A., 433 Crosley, Robert C., 418 Crosley, Thomas j., 433, 276 Cross, Samuel F., 433 Crotinger, Richard A., 366 Crotty, Francis C., jr., 397 Crouch, Clayton E., 366 Crouch, jon M., 250, 366, 252, 302 Crouch, Louis C., jr., 433 Crouch, Richard M., 252, 244, 246, 309 Crowder, Robert B. Crowe, Frederick j., 433 Crowe, Michael W., 366 Crowe, William T., 408 Crowley, Andrew M., 418 Crowley, joseph T. Crowley, Thomas S., jr., 433 Croy, james M., 433 Croyle, jeffrey L., 366 Crumley, Alan R., 408 Crump, Norman D. Crumpton, Charles L. Crunkleton, Glenn E., 433 Crutcher, Thomas M., 433, 267 Crutchfield, Charles Crye, Henry T., jr., 418, 286 Cuff, Arthur R., 408 Culbertson, Andrew M. Culbertson, Charles M. Culbertson, Edward T.. 433, 315 Culbertson, Robert D., 366 Culbreth, Albert W., jr., 366, 313 Culbreth, Timothy E., 433, 203 Cullen, Arthur T. Cullens, Robert L. Cullerton, james M., 408, 289 Cully, Michael R., 366. 289 Culpepper, Marvin M. Culton, john B., 408, 152 Cumming, Alpine M., lll, 397 Cunard, Charles W., 366 Cundy, David R., 433, 299 Cunningham, Augustus, 433 Cunningham, Gary L., 285 Cunningham, Ralph W., 433 Cunningham, Robert C., 307 Cunningham, William C., 418 Curl, Arthur N., 419 Curlee, Robert M. Currens, Ronald B., jr., 433, 301 Current, james P.. 366 Currie, Nicholas C. Curry, Daulton P., 408 Curtis, Dan E., 272 Curtis, Grant B., 419, 307 Curtis, Curtis. Marcus S., 433, 302 William H., 433 Cuthbertson, Carl R., 397, 261 Cutson, Michael H., 268 Cutting, james A., 277 Czubkowski, Robert L. Dabney, Morde j., III, 366 Dacamaracanto, Carlos, 366 Dadakis, George T., 433 Dahm, joseph M., 366, 299 Daily, Ralph H., 408, 250 Dale, Thomas D., 152 Dallas, Feroze N., 397 Dallis, Park A., 408 Dalrymple, Thurman E., 366 Dana, Gregg B. Danchetz, Frank L., 433 Daneke, Dietrich, 433 Danford, Howard G., jr., 408, 255 Danforth, David R., 433 Daniel, Charles E., jr., 433 Daniel, Chatfield S.. 433, 307 Daniel, Emerson R. Daniel, james G. Daniel, john K., 419 Daniel, john W., 433 Daniel, Kenneth W. Daniel, Stephen L., 433 Daniel, Stephen P. Daniel, Thomas R., jr., 366, 307 Daniel, William R., 433 Danuser, Chester B. Darby, Dickson R., 367 Darby, Robert M., 408 Darcy, james j., 433 Darden, james C., 307 Darnell, john H., 367 Darnell, William A. Darrieux, Marcel A. Dash, Marcus j., 397 Dasher. Theodore E. Dassa, Eli, 397 Dautel. William A., 397 Davault, Charles R., 367 Davenport, Ben C. Davenport, Fred B., jr. Davenport, john Y., 433 366, 255 COTTON PRODUCERS "We don't sell all the cars, but we sell the bestn CAPITAL AUTOMOBILE COMPANY ELWYN TOMLINSON, President WM. R. BRIDGES, JR., Vice-President W. Peachtree Street Opposite Biltmore Hotel NMCDOUGALD CONST.C0. Heavy Construction o EXPRESSWAYS, RAILWAYS, BRIDGES GRADING 81 PAVING o Northside Drive ATLANTA, GEORGIA qco Denniss Deaver, 4 Student Index NTINUEDI Demayo, Benjamin, 397 Dembsky, Maurice A., 434, 293 Demetriou, Richard W., 434, 313 Demonet, Roger R., 434 Davenport, Stephen W.. 367 Davey, Thomas M. David, Iohn H., 408 David, Marshall I., Ir., 397 Davidow, Iay E. Davidson, Bruce M., 408 Davidson, Donald Davidson. Drew M. Davidson, Ion V., Ir. Davidson, Lawrence S., 260, 367, 152 Davies, Iohn P., 433 Davies, Linda F., 367, 266 Davila, Milton A. Davis, Charles A., 433 Davis, Danny N., 367 Davis, David I. Dempsey, Charles M., 434 Dempse Dempse y, Michael G. y, William I. Denise, Derry T., 434 Denison, David M., 434 Dennard, Iames E., Ir., 408 Denney, Samuel D. Denney, Thomas F., 434 Denney, Walter C., 367, 152 Denning, Roger M., 434 Denning, Steven A., 419, 307 Dennis, Charles C. V., 434 Dennis, George W., 434 Dennis, Iames M., 434 Dennis, Ierry R., 434 Dennis, William T., 367 on, Iohn M., 434 Davis, Dennis W., 433, 290 Davis, Donny I.. 433 Davis, Emily I., 367 Davis, Eschol E., Ir., 433 Davis, Forrest D., 433 Davis, Gordon T.. 433 Davis, Harrison F., 433 Davis, Herbert H., 433 Davis, Iames A., 433 Densmore, Kenneth C., 434 Dent, Iohn E. Dent, Ronald A., 434 Dentico, Iames L. Denton, David W., 367 Depken, Craig A. Deplazaola, Iacobo A., 408 Deremer, Iames N., 434 Deriso, Ierald L., 419 Davis, Iames I., 433, 271 Davis, Iames W., 367 Davis. Iimmy E., 367 Davis, Ioel L., Ir., 433. 254 Derosa. Neil H., 434 Derrick, Iack H., 408, 307 Desatta, Desilets, Kathie I., 367, 266 Ronald S., 267, 244, 387, Davis, Kenneth L., 433 Davis, Lamar B., 408, 313 Davis, Larry V., 419 Davis, Lawrence R., 433 Davis, Marvin E., 419 Davis, Michael R., 397 Davis, Paul E., 433, 289 Davis, Raymond A., 433 Davis, Rebecca I., 433 Davis, Richard D. Davis, Richard E., 433 Davis, Richard I. Davis, Ritchie C. Davis, Robert E., 433 Davis, Ronald W., 433, 309 Davis, Ronnie E., 434 Davis, Ronny N. Davis, Samuel D., 408 Davis, Stanley D., 367 Davis, Stephen C., 408 Davis, Steven C., 434, 277 Davis, Swep T. Davis, Thomas C., 304 Davis, Weyman M. Davis, William T., 408 Davis, Wm. E., Ir., 408 Davis, Wm. M. Devane, Iames G. Devenny, Iames D., 419 Devore, Iohn R., 313 Dewberry, Iames W., 367 Dexter, Gregory A. Dexter, Margaret E. Dexter, Richard G. Dexter, Thomas C., 434 Deyo, Osborne B., Ir., 419 Dial, Iames C., 367 Diamond, Stephen D. Dicasali, Raymond L. Dickerman, Kenneth N. Dickerson, Frederick, 434 Dickerson, Iames R., 367 Dickerson, Ronald E., 419, 296 Dickerson, Stuart I. Dickey, Iohn F., 419 Dickman, Barry A., 434, 268 Dijoseph, Iohn A., 434 Dill. Lawrence C.. 419, 254 Dillinger, David R., 408 Dillon, Iohn L., 313 Dilts, Laverne W., 434 Dimiceli, Robert K., 367 Dinerman, Marshall B., 260, 367 Dinnat, Robert M. Dinnis, Iames A., 434, 276 Dipetrillo, Iohn, 434 Dipietro, Peter D., 434 Dirkin, William Dirring, William A., 408, 315 Dishion, SteveN L., 434 Dawsey. Iames R., 419, 302 Dawson, Iames B. Dawson, Iohn L., III Dawson, Michael P. Dawson, Michael T., 408, 255 Dawson, Robert C., 408 Day, Iohn E. Day, Robert E., 419 Day, Russell M., 434, 309 Day, Shaffer T., 419 Deagostini, Iuan C., 419 Deal, William R. Deamer, David A., 408, 299 Deamer, Iohn R., 367 Dean, Iames T., 419 Ditlow, Arthur T., 434 Divine, Thomas F., 367 Divitci, Vefik N. Dixon, Clyde M., 434 Dixon, David A., 419 Dixon, Donald A. Dixon, George B., Ir., 434 Dixon, Iames W., 434 Dixon, Lamar S., 434 Dean, Iohn C., 408 Dean, Thomas E., 434, 309 Dear. Grover C., 434, 309 Deason, Garry H., 434 Deaton, Hubert I., 289 Deaton, William T., 434 Rick W. Debardelaben, Steven, 434, 152 Deberry, Phillip, Ir., 434 Deboer, George H., 434 Debusschere, Michael, 419, 254 Decastro, Iames E., 310 Decker, Edward R., 419 Defurio, Robert A., 434, 283 Degrow, Gary C., 387, 252 Deigaard, Frank L. Deisenroth, Michael P., 397 Dekanter. Scipio, Ir., 434 Delacey, Iames G., 434 Delano, Brian I. Delay, Ioe D. Delcampo, Thomas M., 310 Delesdernier, David L., 434 Delgado, Dwighd D., 434 Delgado, Raul S., 397 Dellasega, Iohn P. Dellinger, David A., 434 Dellinger, Stephen B., 408 Deloach, Robert E., 397 Deloach, Thomas C.. Ir., 408 Delosky, Andrew I. Deluca, Arthur I., Ir., 419 76 Dobson, Carl C. Doby, Edward I. Dodge, Lee G., 434 Dodson, Donald R. Dodson, Douglas G.. 315 Doehla, Richard H., 434, 275 Doherty. Iames W. Doherty, Terrence R. Dolce, Richard I., 367, 282 Dolyniuk, Harry I., 434, 275 Dombourian, Edward M. Dominguez, Homero N., 367 Donaldson, Iohn T. Donaldson, Kenneth A., 434 Donaldson, Thomas I.. 367 Dondero, Wm. E., 282 Donovan, Iames M., 434 Donovan, Ieffrey W. Donovan, Michael L. Dooly, Iackie M.. 408 Dorfman, Stuart H. Dorman, Ronald W, Dorris, Alan L., 419 Dorsey, Philip I. Doster, Cleve B., 419 Dotson, Iames P., 434 Dotson, William H. Doty, Wilbur I. Dougherty, Frank A. Douglas, Carl E., 434 Douglas, Ieffery A., 367 Douglas, Malcolm G. 2 52 Douglas, William L., 4 Douglas, Wilson D., Ir., 419 Dounis, George S., 367 Dover, Harold P., 367 -Dowd, Bryan E., 434 Dowd. Robert I., 434 Dowd, William F., Ir. Dowdy. Mack W. Dowdy. Thomas E., 408 Downey, Gerald R., 419 Doyle, Donald E. Doyle, Michael T., 434, 2.82 Dozier, Lester D. Dozier, Rober A., 419 Dracos, Iames S., 408, 258 Dragalin, Daniel I., 434, 299 Drake, Carl R., 434 Drake, Iohn T., 434, 296 Drane, Edwin B., 434 Drapp, Daniel B., 285 Draving, Walter I., Ir., 398 Drees, Carl B. Drennon, William L., 367 Drevenstedt, Gary, 408 Drew, Iames L., 434 Dreyer, Russell H., 434, 307 Driggers, David L., 434, 309 Driggers, Stephen F., 434, 279 Drinkard, Wm. D,, 434, 299 Driscoll, Richard A. Driskell, Charles N. Driskell, David C., 398 Driskell, Roland E., 434 Driver, Grover C., Ill Drummond, Charles W. Drummond, Ioseph I., Ir., 419 Dry, Charles E. Ducko, Kevin, 434 Duda, Theodore I., 434 Dudley, Clyde E., 408 Dudley, William E., 189 Duenckel, Damon L., 408 Duff, Kenneth T., 434 Dugan, Ioseph I., 419 Dugan, Kerry M. Duggan, Iohn P. Duggan, Michael F., 315 Dugger, Iames R., 408 ' Duke, Daniel F., Ill, 315 Duke, Dennis R., 434 Duke, Gordon L.. 367 Duke, Michael T., 434, 279 Dulaney, Thomas A., 434 Duley, Iohn W., Ir. Dullum, David A., 295 Dun, Richard A. Dunbar, Ieffrey R, Duncan, Donald G. Duncan, Edward M., 434, 315 Duncan, Iack L., 271 Duncan, Iohnny W., 152 Duncan, Lane M. Duncan, Rignal W, Duncomb, Duane L,, 408 Dunion, Iames I. Dunn, Glenn R., 419 Dunn, Henry H., 367 Dunn, Ierry R. Dunn, Townsend H., 419, 295 Dunning, Allan L., Ir., 434 Dupree, Daniel M.. 367, 307 Dupree, Isaiah H., 394 Durant, Patricia I., 419 Durden, Iohn G., 434 Durkin, Wm. V. Durrenberger, Dave M., 408 Durscher, Iohn W., 408 Dutka, Gary N.. 434 Dutro, Richard C., 434, 280 Duval, Robert D., 434. 296 Duvall, Craig F. Dwaileebe, Richard H. Dyche, Perry N., 419 Ebadi, Yar M., 419 Eberle, David E. Eberly, Raymond C. Ebert,'David D. Ebert, Karl H., 434, 302 Ebert, Thomas R. Ebert, William P., 434 Echterhoff, Iohn T., 307 Eckert, Michael E,, 419 Ecklund, Edward M., 434 Edge, Billy L., 398 Edlund, Raymond A., Ir. Edmiston, Dennis C. Edmiston, William R. Edmonson, Ierry W., 434 Edmondson, Ronald S., 367 Edmonson, Iohn D. Edmunds, George R., 260, 152 Edson, Steven B. Edwards, Edwards. Ben H., 419 Bruce M., 434, 267 Edwards, Isaac L., 434 Edwards, Iames C., Ill, 408 Edwards, Ieffrey A., 434 Edwards, Ioseph L., 398 Edwards, Monroe S. Edwards, Robert C., 434 Edwards, Thomas G., 289 Edwards. Whitson T., 419 Edwards, William E., 408 Eelman, Bruce W., 435 Efstration, Charles P. Egglefield, Scott. 435 Ehle, William F., Ir., 367 Ehrgott, Iohn Q. Eiden, Robert W,, 279 Eidson. Randall W., 367 Eigel, Robert L.. 398 Eisenhauer, William C, Ekholm, Edwin L., Ir., 435, 296 Elam, Iames S., 408 Elder, Donald E., 435 Elder, Herbert H., 408, 250 Elder, Iohn M., 419 Elder, Ioseph M., 367 Elder, Lonzy E. Elderd, Raymond K., 398 Eldridge, William D., 408, 315, 177 Eley, Eliot, Robert D. Iohn H. Elkins, Alan W. Elkins, Terry A., 367 Ellars, Otto R., Ir. Ellerbee, Tony V., 435 Ellett, Ioseph C., Ir., 435 Ellington, Iesse W. Ellington, Lane F., 435 Ellington, Larry W. Elliott, Benjamin T. Elliott, Ronald I,, 367, 252, 250 Elliott, Stephen L., 435 Elliott, Thomas A., Ir., 367, 152 Ellis, Alton L., Ir. Ellis, Charles F. Ellis, Harry W, Ellis, Ralph D., 419 Ellis, Robert I., 408 Ellis, Robert W. Elliston, Bruce C., 419, 271 Ellsworth. Thomas C., 435 Elmore, George R., Ir. Elmore, Marion E. Elmore, Robert H., 408 Elston, Lewis W, Elwell, Richard G., 435 Embry, George D,, 367 Dye, William P.. 405 Dyer, Benny I., 419, 289 Dyer, Clarence D., 367 Dyer, Ioseph T., 408 Dyer, Lawrence A. Dyer, Thomas M., 408, 280 Dykes, Iames D., 419 Dysart, Benjamin C. Dyson. Colie L., Ir., 285 Eaddy, Livingston L.. 434. 295 Eady, Byron T. Eager, Iames B. Eanes. Ernest S., 434, 307 Earnest, Iames T., 408 Easley, Iohn R., 408 Eason, Earnest C. Eason, Ralph W. East, Clyde D., 419 Eastburn, Ioseph R., 260, 367 Eastin, Robert G., 408 Eastling, Gordon D. Eastman, William P., 367, 152 Eaton, Ronald R., 408, 313 Eavenson, Iimmy N., 408 Emerich, Ronald E., 419 Emhart, Stephen W., 408 Emrich, Claud l. Enginun, Mine E. Englehardt, Ioseph P., 255, 244, 246, English, Edward A., 368 Ensign, Harvey A. Enyeart, Thomas D., 435, 299 Epler, William E,, 408 Epps, Van E,, 408 Erckmann, Francis P. Ernst. Mahala I. P., 368 Ernst. Richard C., 398 Erpenbach, Ierome I., 435, 301 Ervin, Augustus L., 368, 310 Erwin, Iohn A., 435 Eschenbrenner, Thomas Eskew, Iohn D., 250, 368, 252, 310 Esmond, Michael M. Espinosa, Fabian F., 409 Esposito, Michaele I., 419, 279 Esserman, Edward N., 435 Etheridge, Frank S., 409 Etheridge, Kenneth C., 435 Ethridge, Donald I., 435 Ethridge, Sanford V., 368 Etienne, Wolcott B., 279 Ett, Robert I. Ettenger, Robert L., 435 Ettlinger, Todd W., 435, 286, 313 Eubanks, Francis M., Ir., 398 Eubanks, Iames R., 435 368. 295 I f 1 K' ,-,, M5 A , ual' - wgmgaae rreetzngs to students and atnmnt everywhere. VW share your interest in the advancement of Onr alma mater, Georgia Yeah. ROBERT AND COMPANY ASSOCIATES Architects and Engineers ATLANTA With 52 Georgia Tech Graduates on Our Staff erving America! Great Names in Many Fields for over 50 Years 7 Student Index fCONTlNUEDj Eubanks, Philip E., 419, 282 Eubanks, Timothy E., 152 Eudaly, Edwin M., 435 Evans, Charlie A., 368 Evans, David E., 368, 301, 250 Evans, Franklin L. Evans, james Q., 419 Evans, john H., 419 Evans, joseph W., 435 Evans, Robert E., 435 Evans, Sammy B. Evans, Thomas F., 409. 259, 250 Evans, Walter D., 368 Evans, William B. Evatt. Richard I., 435 Everett, jack A., 435 Everitt, William F., 419, 290 Eversoll, Dennis D., 435 Ewald, james L., 435, 313 Ewart, james K., 368. 255, 272 Ewell, George W. Exley, Timothy R., 368 Eyerman, Frederick L., 435 Eyster, Charles R.. jr., 419, 280 Ezzell, Homer L., 419 Facella. john A., 419 Facemire, jon P. Fagin, Howard E., 398 Faglie, jerry C.. 409 Fain, Stephen K., 368 Faircloth, Ronald O., 435 Faires, Thomas F., 368 Faith, joseph W., 152 Faletti, Paul A., 255, 244, 246, 368, 307 Fallin, Cary D., 435 Faraj, Walid A., 398 Farber, Harold j., 409, 259, 277 Faris, john P. Farkas, Andrew E. Farley, jack D., 419, 295 Farmer, Charles L. Farmer, jeffrey H., 309 Farmer, Michael C. Farmer, Peter H., 419 Farr, Tommy W., 435 Farr, William R., 435 Farrell, Stephen j., 435, 295 Farrell, Thomas F. Farrer, Danny F. Farris, Clyde A., 435 Faubion, Richard B., 435 Faucett, john M., 435 Fauerbach, George. jr., 258, 244, 246, 368, 309 Faughnan, Wm. A., 368 Faulk, Alfred D., jr., 435 Faulkner, Wm. B.. 435, 302 Faulstich, Raymond j., 435 Faust. Nickolas L. Fawcett, Alexander R., 435 Fears, Michael P., 435 Fechtel, john j., 272 Federer, David L. Fedor, Michael M., 419 Feeney, Robert K. Fehn, Curtis F., 435 Feld, Thomas E., 368, 256 Felts, Edward A. Fendler. Peter R. Fenet, Robert W., 285 Feng. Kuo H., 398 Fenu, Pietro Ferguson, Arnold D., 368 Ferguson, Carmen W. Ferguson, Carroll B. Ferguson, David E. Ferguson, Thomas R., 435 Ferguson, Thomas W., 435 Ferrazzuolo, Richard, 435, 268 Ferrell, C. Myrick, 419, 254 Ferrero, Carlos E. Ferruzza, joseph N., 368 Ferry, Frederick A., jr., 435 Ficken, james R., 435 Fidler, Franklin C., 307 Fiebelkorn, Thomas M., 368 Fiegle, Francis E., II, 419 Field, Gregory A., 435, 313 Field, james W., 368 Field, Marshall L., 409, 259 Fields, Richard W., 435 Fiesta, Ralph P.. 368 Figlar, Richard B., 388, 310 Figueiredo, Guilardo Figueroa, Sergio S., 398 Fillers, Donald G., 409 Fillmore, Wayne E., 409 Finch, Kenneth L. Finch, Mervin C. Fincher, Danny A., 368 Fincher, Thomas O., 368, 252, 267 Fine, Raymond A. Finger, William B. Fink. Dennis G., 435, 315 Finley. Charles C., 435 Finn, john M. Finzel, .Peter A. Fische r. john E.. 435. 307 Fisher, Charles B., II, 419 Fisher, George T., 368 Fisher. james S., 435 Fisher Fisher , Stephen T., 435 . Wm. F. Fisher, Wm. M., 435 F ishm Fitch. an. Larry S., 419, 293 Charles H., 368, 302 Fite, Christopher B., 435. 313 Fitzgerald. Bruce D. Fitzgerald. james M.. 435 Fitzgerald, Michael L., 419 Fitzgerald, Robert M. Fitzpatrick, Ray G. Fitzpatrick, Thomas M., 285 Fitzwilson, Roger L., 398 Flanders, james C., 409 Flansbaum, David A., 260, 368 Flaque, Gines j., 435 Flegal, Wm. M., 398 Fleming, George G., 435 Fleming, Steven R., 435 Fleming, Thomas W.. 368 Fleming, Walter S. Fleming, William L., 435 Fleming, Wm. O. Flentke, Donald L. Fletcher, james C., 419 Fletcher, john j., 398 Fletcher, julian H., 419 Fletcher, Lamar W., 419 Fletcher, Thomas P., 419, 510 Flood, Francis R., 419 Florence. William L., 435 Flors, juan B., 368 Flournoy, james M., 368 Flower, Paul H. Flowers, Donald A., 435 Flowers. Langdon S., jr.. 435, 309 Flowers, William C., 435 Floyd, Donald T., 409 Floyd, joseph C. Floyd, Richard j.. 409 Floyd, Rodney C., 435 Floyd, William j., jr. Fluhr, William H. Flury, Alan D., 435 Flynn, Michael T., 435 Fogarty, William j. Fogle, Michael E. Folk, Thomas L. Foltman, Anthony j., II F oltyn, Forbus, Charles M., jr., 419 john T., 419 Force, james j., 409 Ford, Charles H., jr. Ford. Clinton H. Ford, Harvey j., 398 Ford, james R., 368, 315 Ford, john C., 398 Ford, Linda D. Ford. Paul B., III, 435, 277 Ford. Terry A., 435 Fordham, Frank W., 435 Forehand, Richard A., 308, 252, 250 Foreman, Edgar S., III, 435, 299 Foreman, joel H., 435 Forer, joseph S., 435 Forrest. Albert W. Forshee, Eugene, 409 Forsyth, William M., 409 Fort, William C., III, 435 Fortier, Richard W., 435 Fortin, Richard L., 419 Fortner, Fortner, Fortson, George T., '368 Thomas H. David P. Fost Ronald B. Fortson, Francis B. A Foster rthur H. Foster, janice S., 409 Foster, j Foster, j Foster, j Foster, Foster, Foster, Fouche, Fought, Fossum, Bernd W L R S ohn D. ohn R. ohn T., 435 ee D., 419, 282 ichard E., 435 tephen F., 435 Walter E., 436, 271 Stephen O. Fountain, Arthur j., jr., 436, 310 Fountain, Robert E. Fowler, Aubrey R., jr., 409 Fowler, Carl E., 436 Fowler, james C. Fowler, john N. Fowler, Michael R. Fowler, Patrick M., jr., 436 Fowler, Ronald E., 419 Fowler, Samuel A., 409, 304 Fowler, Thomas D., 436 Fowler, Thomas R., 436 Fowlkes, Paul D., 398 Fox, Bernard j., 436 Fox, james E., II, 436 Fox, james M. Fox, Lawrence A., 419 Fox, Terry C., 368 Fraas, Erwin Fradin. Geoffrey S., 436 Fraley, Gregory D., 419 Frampton, Henry G.. III. 419 Francis, james C., 419 Frank, Stephen D., 409 Frankle, Robert S., 436 Franklin, Earl H. Franklin, john R. Franklin, Lamar H., jr. Franklin, Monte A. Franklin, Wm. L., 419 Franks. William R. Franz, Dieter Fraser, Robert E., 436 Frate, Domenico C., 436 Frauenfelder, Arnold, 398 Frazer, Walter W., jr., 368 Frazier, james F., jr., 436 Frazier, Kenneth G. Frederick, Arthur R., 436 Fredette, Dennis j. P., 436, 293 Fredrick, Wayne D., 313 Fredrickson, Paul E., 369 Freedman, Charles R. Freeman. Dennis O., 250, 369, 25 Freeman, Dorsey E.. 369 Freeman, Garth B. Freeman, jackson M., 419 Freeman, james E., 409 Freeman, john R. Freeman, Richard A., 409 Freeman, Winslow P., jr., 369 French, Kenneth A. French. Richard H. French, Roger C., 409 Fresquez, Luis R. Freund, Alexander, 419, 293 Freund, William R., jr.. 409 Friauf, Thomas A., 436 Fricks, Charles L., 369 Friday, Thomas F. Friedman, Gary E., 436, 268 Friel, Leroy L. Fries, Martin, 436 Fritz, Douglas E., 419, 254 Fritz, Richard H., 436, 286 Frizzelle, Charles M., 409 Frome, Russell K., 369, 301 Frost, Michael R., 436 Frost, Thomas F.. 420 Frustace, john P. Fry, john B. Fryer, Alton D., 369 Fryer, james E., 420 Fuchs, Frederick E., jr. Fugate, Kelly G., 398 Fulcher, Doily E. Fulford, Paul C., 409 Fulghum, Bernard E., jr. Fulghum, Lawrence W. Fuller, Kenneth R. Fuller, Richard W., 369 Fuller, William N. Fullerton, David C. Fulton, james W., 436, 276 Fulton, james W., 369 Funderburg, Lonnie W., 436 Funkenstein, Louis B., 369 Funsten, William B., 436, 304 Fuquea, Charles T., 420 Furlong, William K. Furlow, Thomas M., 369 Furstein, Saul j., 268 Fuss, Leroy, III Fussell, jerry B. Fussell, Kenneth j., 409 Futch, Daniel G., 436 Futrell, David M., 436 Futrell, Lawrence E., 369, 252 Fyffe, Donald E. Gabriel, Sammy K. Gadd, Richard V., jr., 307 Gaddis, Claude L., 436 Gaddis, William T., 420 Gaddy, Carlton R., 420 Gaddy, Robert O., 436 Gaffney, William F., 369 Gage, Howell N., jr. Gahl, Terry A., 436 Gaines. Alex W. Gaines, john E., 369 Gaissert, Robert C. Gaither, Michael S., 420 Gall, Robert M. Gallman, Margaret H., 436, 266 Gallogly, Inman G. Galloway, Robert T., 409 Galusky, Thom B., 370, 252, 250 Gambill, jackie C., 436, 301 Gambrell, Carroll A., 420 Gandy, john C., 436, 283 5, 259 Gang, joseph M., jr., 296 Ganguli, Partha S. Gann, Donald E., 436 Gannon, Patrick j., 420 Gannon, William F., jr., 302 Ganshirt, Thomas j. Garber, james D., 398 Garber. Terry C. Garbutt, George R., 420 Garcia, Carlos R., 370 Garcia, Luis A. Garcia, Suarez L.. 409 Gardiner, Frederick E., 435 Gardner, Gary W., 420 Gardner, james A., jr.. 436 Gardner, Richard I., 436 Gardner. Richard W., 436 Garey, Arthur W., jr., 420 Garfield, Richard L., 436 Garland, David L., 436 Garland, james S., 436 Garland, Wilbur L., 370 Garlick, Theodore H., 283 Garlock, Peter j., 420 Garner, Garner, Garner, Garr, D james L. Richard M., 268, 152 Thomas E., jr. avid L., 436 Garrard, Robert I. Garrett, Anthony A. Garrett, james B. Garrett, Michael T., 420 Garrett, Paul T., 438 Garrett, Tom W., 420, 279 Garrett, Walter A., jr., 370 Garriso n, Allan D., 420 Garrison, Royce C., 370 Gartner, Ronald B., 370 Garvin, David L., 436 Gary, john E., 436, 307 Gaskill, George E., 436 Gasper, Ekkehart Gasper, Leo P., 420, 275 Gaston, Gregory M., 420 Gaston, jonathan C., 420 Gaston, Miguel I. Gaston, Thomas S. Gates, joseph S., 420 Gatlin, Harold F., 436 Gatzke, Harry W. Gaulden, Henry C., jr. Gault, Douglas A., 436, 307 Gay, Donnie K. Gay, Michael C. Gay, Murray L., jr. Gay, Oscar M., 420 Gay, Ray E., 370 Gaylord, Charles H., jr. Gazaway, Michael D., 436 Gearhart, Robert E. Geba, Paul M., 436 Gee, William F., 436 Geen, Wm. D. Geer, Radford M. Gegan, john H., 370 Gegauff, Anthony G., 370, 307 Geiger, jonathan G., 436, 268 Geiger, Wm. G., jr. Gell, David j., 420, 285 Gennaro, Richard T., 275 Genoble, Arthur L., 436 Gent, Carl D., 370, 255 Gent, Floyd M., 436 Gentry, Charles E., 310 Gentry, George D., 296 Gentry, Leon C., jr., 409 Genz, Harald D. George, George, Martin S., 409 Paul E.. 420 George, Ponnattu K., 398 George, Ronald W., 370 Gerald, Nash O., IV, 370, 279 Gerhardt, Alfonso W., 152 Germain, joseph K. Gerstner, Barry L., 409 Geyer, joel E., 409 Ghassemieh, Freydoun, 436 Ghosh, Sambhunath, 398 Gibbons, Wm. S. Gibbs, Gary L. Gibbs, Larry L., 436 Gibbs, Paul E., 436 Gibson, Charles W. Gibson, David E., 420, 309 Gibson, Francis L. Gibson. Gregory T.. 436 Gibson, Grey S., 436 Gibson, james D., 152 Gibson, james L., 260, 370 Gibson, Masori C., 370 Gibson, Melvin A., 436 Gibson, Robert D., 177 Gibson, William A., 436 Gilbart, Gordon j., 370 Gilbert, Edward T., 436, 304 Gilbert, james M. Gilbert, john M., 436, 188 Gilbert, Robert L. -'ix iff' x up-no Aff ,ai lllllllillfllll TIIINS lil! Illl TES. 'f, ,--mls 'T' I 4 A x' I r W 1, Q , ia 'C xg 9 i J tp K :Q- T 12:31 l a, dl f 000 KVI V ' 4 A LV' Y Q3'4 Jil! Yi if . Ag ff You've solved the college equation and won your academic degree in Chemical, Civil, Mechanical, Industrial or Electrical Engineering. The next equation is going to be a bit tougher to crack: developing a career for yourself. Realizing this, The Mead Corporation has programmed itself into the career needs of young men and women. You don't get "a job" with us. You open up a pattern of opportunity that could take you as far up or as far out as you want to go. CWe're in the basic research business, too.J And you get help from experts who know the company and who, when they get to know you, can guide you in the direction of your greatest growth. So why not run off the Mead formula on your slide rule. Just write to The Mead Corporation, Talbott Tower, Dayton, Ohio 45402 ' ' A ' papers pulp containers board packaging y su, ylx x X P , f . 6 l l ' K I my l . P 2 X aa f-E", ' R I ' .Ay . v ,f -. ,fm Ln- ,-f f K '+A' I E , f Y E, ' " A.- '?. . if ' J Q N E . or O it f Y fl 1 i' " 4 ' 1 ' il rv - 1-gg-1 Divisions of The Mead Corporation . . . the company with the career equation and equal opportunity employer. 4 Student Index ICONTINUEDI Gilbert, Ronald G. Gilbert, William C. Giles, Garland E., 420 Gill, Gerald W. Gill, Michael M. Gillespie, Adrian H., 420 Gillespie, Paul D., 420 Gillett, Broughton K. Gillett, Iay E., 420 Gilley, Allen M., 436 Gilliam Iames L., III, 436, 307 Gillingham, Clay P., 370 Gillis, Hilton L. Gillis, Ioseph L., 409 Gillman, Iohn S., 299 Gilmore, Iohn F. Gilmore, Michael K., 436 Gilmore, William A. Gilmore, Wm. B.. Ir., 420 Gilpatrick, Carroll H., 370 Gilreath, Charles W., 420 Gilstrap, Iohn M., 409 Gimson, Iohn R., 436 Ginn, Bernard K., 436 Ginn, Thomas M., 436 Gipson, Iames R., 436 Giro, Rafael E., 370 Givens, Michael E., 371 Givens, Russell S. Giveon. Uzy Glad, Maurice I., 409, 152 Glanton, Thomas P. Glasgow, Alan E. Glass, David E., 436 Glass, Robert I., 371 Glass, Sherman I., Ir., 436 Glaze, Thomas A.f420, 254 Glazer, Ierome L., 371, 269 Glenn, David R., 371 Glenn. Donald T., 420, 280 Glenn, Iohn W., 420 Glenn, Larry E., 371' Glenn, William I., 436 Glickert, William W. Glinsky, Salomon Glisson, Alan A., 152 Glisson, Patrick C. Glore, Iames O., Ir. Glover, David E., 420 Glover, Larry E., 420 Goda, Iohn I., Ir. Godfrey, Edward W. Godshall, Ernest F., Ir., 420, 307 Godwin, Roger L., 420 Gnetzman, Iohn R., 436 Goff, Gerald I. ' 'F Goff, Larry B. Goforth, Robert H., 409 Goglia, David D. Gohn, Careon, I., 420 Goldbaugh, Ierald L.. 436, 309 Goldblatt, Iody L.. 420 Golden, Iefferson M. Goldman. Robert S. Goldstein, Stanley I., 409, 268 Golston, Eugene R., Ir., 299 Golz, Raymond A. Gomez, Pedro R., 398 Gonsalves, Leonard C., 436 Gonzalez, Fernando A. Gonzalez, George I., 436 Gonzalez, Raymond R., 436 Good, Albert M., 436, 268 Good, Larry V., 152 Good. Robert M. Gooding, Robert F., 311, 255, 272 Goodman, Dean E., 436 Goodman, Ieffrey M., 436, 293 Goodman, Mark A. Goodman, Robert M., IV, 409 Goodman, Thomas P. Goodner, William D., 420, 256 Goodrich, David B. Goodson, David S., 409 Goodwin, Charles M., Ir., 420, 256 Goodwin, Grady I., 420 Goodwin, Iames G., Ir., 398 Goodwin, Iames P., Ir. Goradia, Suresh H. Gordley, Larry L. Gordon, Gregory K., 436, 280 Gordon, Iames W. Gordon, Ieffrey B. Gordon, Linda P. Gordon, Wm, P. Gordy, Layton T., 436 Gornto, Harry G.. 311 Goslee, Eric P., 437 Goslin, Iohn A., 299. 244, 371, 252, 250 Goss, Robert B., 420 Gossage, Phillip D., 371, 304 Gossett, Stephen B., 420 Gott, Grady C. 80 Gottlieb, Mark M., 420 Gould, Barry C., 437, 268 Gould, Kenneth P., 279 Goulde, Richard L., 420 Gowder, Earl F., Ir., 420 Gower, Charles B., 437 Grablowsky, Bernie I., 398 Graham, David B., 420. 289 Graham, Iohnny W., 371 Graham, Roger T., 409 Graham, Terry A., 286 Grainger, Howard R., 409, 302 Granade, Wayne M., 409 Granberry, Daniel G. Granger, Lee I., 371. 250 Grant, Charles W., 280 Grant, Iames B., 398, 252 Grant, Iames S. Grant, Iim B., 409 Grant. William A., 420 Grant. Wyatt, W., 437, 309 Gray, Gary I., 420 Gray, Gary L. Gray, Gordon S.. 394 Gray, Harold P.. 437 Gray. Harry P. Gray. Iames H., 437 Gray, Iames S., 437 Gray, Kenneth M., Ir., 437, 271 Gray, Steven G. Gray, William E. Grayson, Alan S., 371 Grayson, Iohn M., 371 Greek, Philip A., 371 Green. Charles I., 409 Green, Iames D., 437 Green, Iames K. Green, Iames W., 420 Green, Iohn D., 409 Green, Iohn D. Green, Larry W., 437, 286 Green, Samuel, III, 409 Green, Walter R., 437 Greenberg, Arthur C., 437, 268 Greenberg, Charles E., 437 Greene, Donnie G., 437 Greene, Frank B. Greene, George H. Greene, Hugh A., II, 420 Greene. Leonard A., 371, 293 Greene, Raymond I., Ir., 437 Greene, Thomas V., 409 Greer, Donald R., 398 Greer, William P. Gregg, Iohn L. Gregg, Robert L. Gregorio, David A., 437 Gregory, Edward A., Ir., 420 Gregory, Harry C. Gregory, Harry H., 420 Gregory. Richard T., 437, 279 Gregory, Wm. C., 437 Gresham, Iames L. Gretzinger, Iohn A., 437. 267 Gretzinger, Ralph E., 267 Grevemberg, Clifford, 371 Gribok, Stephan P., 437 Grice, Dewey, I., 371 Griffeth, Richard R. Griffeth, Russell S., 437. 296 Griffin, Alfred C., 371 Griffin, Elbert N., 371 Griffin, Iames I., 420, 177 Griffin, Ianis B., 437 Griffin, Iohn C., 409, 256. 250 Griffin, William R., 420, 279 Griffith, Charles R., 437 Griffith, Gary A. Griggers, Larry M., 420 Griggs, Erick E. Griggs, Paul H., 420 Grigsby, Iames D.. 283 Grigsby, Iohn M. Grimes, Walter S., III, 437, 285 Grimland, Ioseph F., 371 Grimm, Thomas H., 437 Grindle, Bonnard D. Grindrod, Gary W., 420 Griscom, Robert W. Grisham, Ioesph M., 431 Grismore, Fred L., Ir. Grist, Wm. I., Ir. Griswell, Ray M., 420 Griswold, Frederick C., 371 Groover, Iohn A., 409 Groover, Steve L., 409 Gross, Charles A., 420 Gross, Kenneth E., Ir., 437 Gross, Thomas A., 437 Grovenstein, Lewis F. Grovenstein, N. Nelson, 437 Groves, Allan C., 313 Grozan, Thomas C., 371, 301 Grubb, Gipsy H., 420 Gruber, Bruce B. Grundy, Michael I. Grynkewich. Gregory W., 437, Guerin, Marion B., Ir., 409 283 Guettler, Lawrence H, Gui Gul Gul larte, Rolando I., 371 latt. Brenda E., 437 latt, Marvin A., 420 Gumaer, Robert I. Gumm, Milton S., 398 Gundrum, Charles R., 277 Gunnin, Tommy D. Gunter, George S., 437 Gunther, Donald H., Ir., 398, 261 Gupton, Iohn T. Gur alnik, Daniel Gurian, Martin E. Gur Gur Gur Gus Gus ley, Larry M. ley, Thomas O., 437 ry, Frank H., Ir., 437, 307 ick, Robert I., 420 sman, Martin T., 371 Guth, Stanley W., 371 Guthas, Arthur R., 437 Guthrie, Iohn M., 371, 256 Guthrie, Kenneth I., 437 Gutierrez, Stacey M. Guttilla, Bradley F., 437 Gutzwiller, Howard L., 409 Guy, Andrew I., Ir. Guy, Graham L. Guy, Rose M., 437 Guynn, George C. Gwynn, Robert S., 409, 152 Haack, Thomas A. Haas, Steven L. Haber, Barry G., 371, 268 Hackler, Charles D. Hackney, Alfred I., II, 437, 309 I-Iac kney, Gary B., 437 Hackstadt, Raleigh D., 371 Had Had Had dad, Emile K.. 399 den, Lon D. en, Iames R., 420 Haeger, Iohn R., Ir., 399 Hagan, Don C., 420 Hagewood, Eugene G. Hah ne, Francis I., III. 420 Haight, Edward C., Ir. Hail Hail e, Iohn D., 409 ey, Raymond S., 437 Haines, Charles S., 409 Haines, David R., 285 Hairston, David E., 437 Halder, Eugene H. Hale, David G.. 437 Hale, Iohn D. Hale, Ronnie L., 399 Hale, Timothy W. Hale, William M. Haley, Thomas I., Ir., 437, 304 Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall , Avon M., 420 , Charles P., 437 , Fredrick S., Ir, , Herschel E. , Iere T., 409 , Ierel C. , Larry A., 420 Hall, Oscar I. Hall Hall Hall Hall , Spencer, Ir., 409. 285 , Thomas I. er. Robert G., 371 man, -William S. Halmos, Steven I., 420 Ham, Iudson C., Ir., 437 Ham, Richard A., 409 Hambach, Geoffrey G. Hamby, Ronald C.. 437 Hamil, Iames B. Hamilton, Chris I.. 309 Hamilton, David M., 437 Hamilton, Hugh B., Ir., 250, 371, 252, 258 Hamilton, Richard D. Hamilton, Robert L. Hamm, Charles S. Hammel, Iohn C., 437, 280 Hammett, Iack C., 399 Hammett, Samuel H., Ir., 420 Hammock, Marion H., 371 Hammond, Charles E., 399 Hammond, David C., 420, 252, 250 Hammond, David G., 420 Hammond, Dean C., 371, 258 Hammond, Henry M., 437 Hampton, Mark A., 437 Hamrick, Edward C., 437 Hamrick, Iohn M., 409, 250 Hamrick, Iohn S.. 437 Hancock, David S., 437 Hancock, Iohn N. Hand, Ioseph R., 437 Hand, Peter H. Handell, Robert H., 420 Hanes, Richard M. Haney, Thomas W., 437 Hanie, Philip P., 371 Hankey, Paul E.. Ir. Hankins, Damon K., 437 Hankinson, Wade O., 371 Hanlin. Iohn E., Ir., 437 Hannon, David H.. 437 Hannon, Mark B., 420, 301 Hansell, Louis F. Hansen, Craig F., 437, 313 Hansen, Iohn P. Hansen, Iohn S. Hanson, Terry M. Haralson, Herbert L. Harbaugh, Stephen P., 371, 276 Harbin, Harry C., 409 Harden, Charles C., 420 Harden, Iohn W., 409 Harder, Wm. H., Ir., 437 Hardesty, Thomas V., 304 Hardin, Melvin L., 409 Hardin, William B., 420, 254 Hardin, William C., Ir, Hardison, Iasper I-I., Ir. Hardwick, Iohn L. Hardwick, Ioseph W., 437 Hardy, Byron L., 409, 277 Hardy, Ronald H. Hargett, Derward M., Ir.. 290 Hargett, Huell T., 372 Hargrave, Iames I., 437 Hargrove, Frank, III Hargrove, Iames W., Ir., 409 Hargrove, Wm. F., 437 Hargrove. Wm., I. Harich, Iohn T., 437 Haringa, Robert R., 372 Harkey, Stephen D., 437, 271 Harkins, Gerry P. Harkins, Iohn A., 437 Harman, Robert W., III Harmon, Danny U. Harmon, David C., 437 Harmon, William C., 437 Harmon, Wistar, 437 Harms, Dolph E., 437 Harms, Frank H. Harms, Karl H. Harness, Theo, Ir., 394, 309 Harold, Gale M. Harp, Cleveland I., 409 Harper, Robert M., 437, 254 Harper, William R., Ir. Harrell, Charles A., 372 Harrell, Maxwell M.. 260, 372, 3 Harrell, Michael K. Harrell, William P., Ir., 372 Harrelson, Alan W., 437 Harrelson, Michael T., 409 Harrington, Daniel I., 437 Harrington, Robert D. Harris, Benjamin I. Harris, Billy B., 409 Harris, Dale E. Harris, Henry P., 420, 254 Harris, Howard T., 372, 277 Harris, Iames F., 409, 177 Harris, Iames M.. 437 Harris, Iames P., 420 Harris, Iames S., 420 Harris, Iimmy H. Harris, Iohn W., Ir., 409 Harris, Kenneth A. Harris, Michael W., 421, 295 'I-Iarris, Olen B., 421 Harris, Paul W. Harris. Richard A., Ir., 372 Harris, Richard E. Harris, Robert R. Harris, Robin N. Harris, Ronald E., 310 Harris, Russell S., Ir. Harris, Thomas E., 437 Harris, William A., 437 Harris, William H., Ir., 409 Harris, William I., 372 Harris, William I. Harris, William L., 409, 177 Harris, William R., 256 Harrison, Benjamin K., 409 Harrison, Darrell L. Harrison, Earnest R. Harrison, Gary E., 421 Harrison, Gary N. Harrison, Michael A. Harrison, Robert S., 437, 285 Harrison, William H., 421 Harriss, Iames E., 437 Harry, Donald W. Hart, Harold L. Hart, Iasper W. Hart. Iudith R., 437 Hart, Marc S., 409 Hart, Thomas B., 437, 313 Harter, David A., 310 Harter, George A., 295 Hartin, Iames A., 409 Hartin, Steven P. Hartlep, David K., 437 Hartley, Alton G., 437, 272 Hartley, Forrest A., 372 Hartman, Frank W., 438, 307 Harvey, Charles E., 438 Harvey, Iames F., III, 372 Harvey, Robert T., 409 Sept Sept Oct Oct Oct Oct Nov Nov Nov Nov CONGRATULATIONS EDITORS AND STAFF OF X THE BLUEPRINT For The Outstanding Job They Did With The l968 Edition. THE GEORGIA TECH ATHLETIC ASS'N. TECH'S T968 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE T.C.U. Miami of Florida Clemson Tennessee Auburn Tulane Duke Navy Notre Dame Georgia Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta Birmingham Atlanta Durham, N.C. Atlanta South Bend, Ind. Athens 2:00 p. 2:00 p. 2:00 p. 2:00 p. 1:30 p. 2:00 p. 2:00 p 2:00 p. 1:30 p. 2:00 p Hindes, Hopkins QCONTINUEDJ Harvey, Thomas j. Harvill, William A., 372 Harvin, Harry T., jr., 372, 277, 152 Harwell, joseph L.. 438 Hashimoto, Tomiko M. Haskin, Terrence D. Hassell, john S., 399 Hassett, Thomas E., III, 438, 271 Hassinger, Larry K., 438 Hassler, Bruce A. Hatch, Robert L. Hatcher, Eugene S. Hatcher, james S. Hatcher, Tony j., 421 Hatfield, Eugene A., 399 Hathaway, Billy j. Haug, Otto W., 438 Haughton, Robert H., 438, 289 Hawes, Alexander S., 399 Hawker, Fred W., 438 Hawkins, Edward G., 421 Hawkins, james H., 399 Hawkins, john M., 399 Hawkins, Thomas B., 252, 255 Hay, Charles F., 409 Hay, Robert j., 438 Hay, William H., jr., 438 Student Index Henning, Byron D. Henning, William R., 276 Hennings, Eric W., 315 Henry, Henry, Bruce W., 438 David E., 372, 285 Henry, Michael C., 438 Henry, Michael D., 438 Henry, Stephen R., Henry, Henry, 283 Thomas R., 438 Walter W., 438 Henry, Wm. D., 421 Henschel, Lawrence M., 410 Hill, Larry W., 410 Hill, Robert A., jr. Hill, Robert H., 399 Hill, Robert L., 421, 254 Hill, Rodger A., 421 Hill, Ross W., 438 Hill, William G. Hill, William R., 421 Hille, Donald H., 372 Hillhouse, Paul D. Hilliard, Fred D., 372 Hilliard. Hugh, 372 Hayes, Hayes, john B., 421, 295 Kerry L., 421 Hayes, Thomas M., 409 Hayes, Thomas P., 372, 252 Hayes, Troy R., 313 Hayes, William T., 438 Haygood, james F., 304, 409, 277 Haynes, Kenneth W. Haynie, Calvin T., 289 Haynie, Frank M., jr., 409 Hays, john C., 372 Hays, Richard C., 438, 267 Hayward. Patrick B., 438, 272 Hazen, Harold P., 399 Head, james C., 438 Head, Michael E., 438 Headley, Thomas W., 372 Hearn, Henry C., III, 409, 250 Heartz, William T., 372 Heater, Harold E. Heath, john C., 421 Heatherly, Ralph E. Heaton, james T., 438 Hebb, Donald W., 438 Heberle, Carl H. Hebsaker, Hartmut, 399 Heckman, Carl E. Hedge, Steven j., 438 Hedrick, Aubrey F., 410, 510, 250 Hedrick, Thomas D., 421 Heffner, Michael T., 289 Heflin, Kenneth R., 438 Heiderich, Wm. C., 421, 276 Heiks, Robert L. Heil, Bruce j., 372 Heisley, Charles T. Helf, Steven j., 438 Helget, Robert F. Helie, Kingdon Helinger, Kerry S., 438 Heller, Louis j., 152 Helman, Harvey A., 421, 293 Helmer, Percy C., 438 Helmly, Vincent Helms, Elmer S., 421 Helms, Eric C., 421 Helms, William F. Helt, james P. Helton, David G., 421 Hembree, Donald T, Hempson, Donald A., 282 Henderson, Brian F., 438, 310 Henderson, C. Lee, 438 Henderson, Charles W., 410 Henderson, David E., 421, 282 Henderson, Ernest, jr., 438 Henderson, Gary V., 421 Henderson, Hugh G. Henderson, james L., 438 Henderson, james M., 421 Henderson, jeffry L., 410 Henderson, john A., 438 Henderson, Lanny E., 254 Henderson, Marion T. Henderson, Rodney S., 421 Henderson, Stephen E., 421 Hendley, Daniel R., 372 Hendley, john j. Hendricks, Stephen L., 372 Hendrickson, john j., 421, 279 Hendrix, Calhoun W., jr. Hendrix, Norris W., 421 Hendrix, Ralph D. Hendrix, Roger B. Hendrix, Walter A. Henesy, Charles F., III Henson, Hamilton M., 410, 255 Henson, Larry G., 421 Henson. Paul G., 438 Heppner, john B. Herbert, joseph H., III, 421 Herbst, Richard W., 438 Herbster, Donald T. Herby, Clinton F. Herby, john D. Herckis, jack A., 372 Herd, Gerald H., 438 Herd, Harold E. Hereford, Robert B. Herman, Frank A., 410 Herman, Heath H. Hermes, Mohammad M. E. Hernandez. Luis E., 372 Herndon, Albert B. Herndon, Wm. E., 438 Herran, Peter R., 438 Herren, Nicklous W., jr., 421 Herren, Raymond G., 410 Herrera, Manuel A., 399 Herrera, Rafael A., 372 Herrig, john R. Herrin, Perry O., jr., 438, 307 Herring, james E. Herring, Shannon T., 438 Herrington, Chauncey Herrington, Larry W., 438 Herrington, Stephen C., 438 Herron, Charles R. Hertenstein, james M., 421, 254 Herwig, Roy A., 372 Herzberg, Morris M. Herzig, Buell S., 438 Hess, Richard W., 399 Hessler, Thomas j., 399 Hester, Billie E. Hester, johri T., 410 Hester, Roger D., 399 Hett, Charles E. Henle, Hal M. Hewatt, Robert L. Hewell, Lester D. Hewitt, john W., 438 Heyward, james S., 438, 286 Heyward, Ned W., 421, 286 Hibbert, Wm. W. Hickerson, Thomas W., 410 Hickey. james E., 394, 296 Hickok, Patrick H., 313 Hicks, Donald E. Hicks, Frank S., 438 Hicks, Henry L. Hicks, james D., 438 Hicks, james E., 399 Hicks, james E., 399 Hicks, Lennie C., III, 421 Hicks, Thomas W. Hicks, William A., 372, 258 Hiegel, james E. Hiett, james H., 410 Hiett, Tee H. Higdon, Mack A., jr., 372 Higginbotham. Alan V., 421 Hilliard, Ronald L., 410 Hilton, Charles T. Hilton, Charles T., jr., 372, 259, 256 Hilton, jerry W., 438 Hilton, Richard L., 438 Himes, james F., 410 Himes, Wm. B., jr., 299 james L. Holm, William A. Holman, Robert G., jr. Holman, William W., 438, 275 Holmes, Alvin E. Holmes, Raymond D.. jr., 410 Holmes, Ronald C., 438, 315 Holmes, Wayne R. Holmquist, Harry W., 421 Holt, Allen Z., III, 438 Holt, Mack P., 438, 313 Holt, Richard j., 399 Holzhauer, juergen Home. George E., III Homier, Paul A., jr., 421, 276 Homyk, Mark W., 438 Honan. james T., 410, 290 Hood, Thomas H., 421 Hood, William R. Hooker, Walter C., 410, 255 Hooker, Wm. P., 299 Hinely, john A., 421 Hines, Kendall D., 438 Hines, Terry, 372 Hinkle, Robert G., 399 Hinrichs, Eugene C., 372 Hinson, Michael O., 510. 309 Hinson, Roscoe M., jr. Hinton, john, III, 410, 275 Hinton, William O., 372 Hipp, Donald H. Hires, Stephen D., 421, 279 Hitchcock, Irving C., 410 Hitchcock, jeffrey W., 421 Hite, Harold E., 421 Hite, Leonard A., jr., 438 Hite, Robert H., 438 Hiter, john U., jr. Hix. Richard S. Hixon, Charles G., III, 438, 271 Hixon, Frank D. Hixon, jimmy L. Hooper, Frank D., 410. 259, 250 Hooten, joseph R., III, 438, 304 Hoover, Duane L. Hoover, Ralph A., 421 Hoover, Ray C.. 438 Hope, Merritt A. Hope, Thomas D., 438 Hopkins, Benjamin E. Hopkins, Carl L., 410 Hopkins, Hal T., 438 Hopkins. james E., 421, 275 . Thomas E.. 421 Hoban, Michael D., 438 Hobbs, Richard F. Hobgood, Pete T. Hoppes, David F., 438 Horak, Robert H. Horn, Thomas W., 438 Horn, William A., jr., 439, 309 Hornbuckle, jon E., 410 Hornbuckle, joseph B. Hornbuckle, Robert E., 439 Horne, Carey j. Horne, Douglas B. Horne, Ernest W., 399, 256 Hornsby, Cecil R. Hornstein, jerrold M., 439, 268 Higginbotham, Ralph D., 372 Higgins, Bruce W., 421 Higgins, Henry G., 438 Higgins. james B., 410 Higgins, james D. Higgins, john R., jr., 410, 313 Higgins, Michael E., 438 Higgins, Russell D., 438 Hightower. George H., 438, 304 Hightower, Glenn E., 372 Hightower. jerome D., 421 Hightower, Neale C., 410 Higley, Dorothy j. Higley, john A., jr. Hiland, David E., 267 Hilburn, Brian A. Hildenbrand, john M., 438 Hildreth, Ronald D. Hill Christopher G., 276 Hill Clark R., 438 Hill Craig H. Hiu Craig M., 372 Hill, David N. Hill, George F., 438, 299 Hill, Harold C. Hill, james W. Hill, jimmy M., 421 Hill, john D., 410 Hill, john P., jr. Hill , joseph W.. 438 Huck, Stephen A., 410 Hockenberry, Homer V., 421 Hocking, Nelson W. Hodge, Edward F. M. Hodges, Charles W.. 438, 283 Hodges, Douglas A., 438, 315 Hodges, Eugene W.. 421 Hodges, Richard j. Hodges, Ronald K., 421 Hodges, Zola W., III Hoe. Homer L., 438 Hoenes, Karl E., 372, 250 Hoff, Arthur L., 438 Hoffenson, Richard M., 438, 268 Hoffenson, Thomas M., 438, 266 Hoffman, james P., 438 Hoffman, jeffrey L. Hoffman, Robert D. Hoffman, Ross M., 421 Hoffman, William R., jr., 421, 275 Hoffmann, Arthur H., 438 Hofheins, james C. Hogan, Michael D., 421, 307 Hogan, Thomas B. Holady, Harold W., jr. Holbrook, jon H., 302 Holbrook, Robert F., 421 Holbrook, Robert S. Holbrook, William L., 372 Holcomb, Derrold W., 438 Holcomb, jerry R., 410 Holcombe, Edwin F., jr., 421 Holcombe, William F., 372 Holden. Richard G., 438. 289 Holder, james M. Holderby, Robert T. Holland, Charles E., jr., 372, 252 Holland, Charles j. Holland. Chris j. Holland, Clyde N. Holland. Harry L. Holland, Hessel H. Holland, james R., 152 Hollander, Robert E., 268. 152 Holler, Richard P., 410 Hollerorth, john S., 260. 410 Holley. Douglas R., 438 Holliday, john W., jr., 286 Holliman, Harold H. Holliman, Michael H., 421 Hollingshed, joseph L., 421, 289 Hollingsworth, Steven Hollingsworth, Thomas Hollingsworth, Wm. B., 372, 289 Hollis, Gary L., 421 Hollis, james G., 438 Hollis, joel M., 438 Holloway, Claude L., 421, 279 Holloway, David L., 438 Holloway, james N., jr., 410 Holloway, james W., jr., 250 Holloway, Roland M., 438 Hollub, Raymond M. Holly, Douglas M., jr. Horos. Raymond A. Horres, Charles R., jr., 372 Horst, Henry R., 372 Horton, Arthur A., 421 Horton, Charles A.: 309 Horton, Edgar D., III, 421 Horton. Francis K. Horton, james T. Horton, Robert L., 399 Hosemann, joseph F.. 373 Hoskins, Michael H., 439 Hoss, William A., 439 Hostinsky, james M., 373 Hotard, Hotard, Douglas P., 421 john B.. 439. 309 Hotchkiss, Charles E., 439 Hotchkiss, Robert P. Hotine, Peter j., 399 House, Alan j., 439 House, Eric B., II House, I ames R. House, Wayne D.. 439 Householder, jerry L. Houser, Gerald W., 373 Houser, john D. Houseworth, Edsel L. Housley, Donald R., 439 Housley, Kenneth B., 410 Hoverkamp, john D., 373 Howard, Donald C., 439, 271 Howard, Francis R. Howard, Fred E., 373 Howard, Henry B., 439 Howard Howard , Michael A., 439 , Richard E., 421 Howard, Robert B., 421 Howd, Michael D.. 439 Howe, Thomas L. Howell, Gary N., 373 Howell, Harold W. Howell, joseph R. Howerton, Robert D. Howkins, Lawrence N., 286 Howze, William G., 304 Hsieh, Gloria L. Hsu, Heng W.. 399 Hsu, james C. C. Hsu, Teh M. Hsu, Tom S., 439 Hu, Shih C. Hubbard. Eric G., 421 Hubbard, james L. Hubbs, Frank L. Hubbs, Robert B., 373 Huber, Dudley A., 285 Huber, Eugene R., 373 Huber, Richard A., 439 Huch, Craig j., 439 Huckaby, Calton B.. 439 Hudak, Stephen j. Hudnell, jack D., 439 Hudson, Henry T., 399 Hudson. james A. Hudson, james C., 410 BRAND-NAME SHOES anoolcs-ALusoN SAVE UP T0 60 'kv 'A' 'A' 'A' F'RIEDMAN'S ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS ENGINEERS 209 Mitchell Street, S. W. Across from C 81 S Bank Phone JA 4-9381 Atlanta, ca. 30303 'A' 'k -k ATLANTA, Gnoncun COMPLETE CLINE OF GOLF SHOES. THE VARSITY "Worlds Largest and Most Unzmm! Drive-In" 'The Fun Place To Eat' Our Small Variety Assures Freshness . . CURB SERVICE . . ATLANTA ATHENS Student Index- QCONTINUEDJ Hudson. jon P., 177 Hudson, Roddy R. Hudson, W Huey, Char m. T., 421 les S., 307 Huff, Byron j. L. Huff, Gertis L., III, 439 Huff, Howard C. Huff, john R., 439 Huff, john R., 152 Huff, jonathan O., 399, 261 Huff, Richard G., 421 Huff, Russell D., 410 Huff, Stephen M., 373 Huff, Wynne T. Thomas B. Huffmaster, Michael A., 410 Huft, Bryan j. Huggins, Howard H., 439 Huggins, Stephen B., 439 Hughes, Charles W., jr., 373 Ivey, jack W. Ivey, james W., 373 Ivey, john E., 421 Ivey, Stephen R., 373 Ivey, Wm. R., 439 Iwamoto. Takaya. 400 jackson, Andrew E., jr., 400 jackson, Benjamin H., 439 jackson. Carleton W., 400 jackson, Cecil H., 439 jackson. Charles A., jr., 410, 255 jackson, Charles j., 373 jackson, Charles M., 439 jackson, Charles S. jackson, David H. jackson, Dean F., 315 jackson, Gary D., 421 jackson, George W. jackson, Henry C., 410 jackson, john H. jackson, Kenneth E., 439, 296 jackson. Thomas V. jackson, William E., 408 jacobs, Hughes, Marvin L., 421 Hughes, Claude, jr. Hughes, Eddie L., 439 Hughes, john D., 439, 289 Hughes, Obie G., 439 jackson . wright T., zae jacob, Eugene E., 310 jacobi, David C., 410 Richard M., 410 jacobs, Ronald B. Hughes, Richard P. Hughes, Robert Hughes, Thomas j., 410 Hughes, Wesley E. Hughey, joseph L., IV, 410 Huhn, Ronald M. Hui, Harry W. T., 421 Huie, john P., 439 Hull, Geoffrey P., 260, 373, 255 Hull, Patricia G. Hulsebos, jan Hultgren, Ernest W., 313, 421. 254 Humberd, Calvin C., jr., 421 Humble, Thomas E.. 439 Humphrey, Humphrey, john E., jr., 439 johnny N., 410 Humphries, Garland R., 410 Humphries. Michael j., 421 Huneycutt, jody E. jacobs, William R., jr., 250, 373, jacobsen , Robert P., jr., 302 jacobson, jack E., 373 jacobson, Kenneth R., 439 jacobson, Marshall A., 439 jacobson , Wm. A., 422 jahn, William T., jr. jaillet, Engle L. jain, Rav indra K. jallouk, Edward I. james, Bruce E., 280 james, David R., 422 james, Dennis H., 152 james, Donald L., 439, 315 james, Evan L., 422, 302 james, Frank T., 410 james, Robert W., jr. james, Ronald F. james, William j. Hungerford, john B. Hunkele, Norbert j., 439 Hunnicutt, Harry A. Hunnicutt, joseph E., 439, 295 Hunsicker, Kerry A., 439 Hunt, Barry T.. 373 Hunt, Norman M., 439 Hunt, Philip T., 290 Hunt, Richard M. Hunt, Thomas A. Hunter, David F., 309, 439 Hunter, Duncan C., jr., 373 Hunter, john C., 410, 280 Huntley, james E. Hunton, William D., 439 Hupp, Saunders L., 439, 277 Hurley, Patrick E., 439 Hurley, Stephen G., jr. Hurner, Steven M. Hurst, john j. Hutchins, Bobb D jameson, Calvin R. jameson, George P., 439, 313 jamgochian, john D., 295 jamieson, john M. jamison, Wm. R., 439 janiak, john j. jarrard, Dale L., 373 jarratt, Albert j., 421 jarrell, Emmett L. jarrell, Richard P., 310 jauregui, john A. jeffers, William D., jr., 374 jeffords, jean G. jehan, Henry I., jr., 410, 283 jenkins, Bernard M. jenkins, Curtis W., 410, 257 jenkins, Eure M., jr. jenkins, james W., 439 jenkins, Richard S., 439 jenkins, Robert A. jenkins, Wm. C., 252. 259, 250 Hutchinson Hutchinson Hutchinson Hutchinson Huthnance, y . , Clifton T. , Stephen A. , William H. , Wm. F., 439 Edward D., 399 Hutson, Daryl T., 421, 304 Hutson, Wi Hutson, Wi lliam H., 373 lliam R., jr. Hutto. Stanley W. Huzar, Theodore W. jens, Daniel K., 439 jensen, Dale E. jerkins, james M. jervis, Charles T. jett, julian C., jr., 275 jiles, William C., 439, 289 jinks, james T., 439 jocoy, Marcus K. joe, Donald Y., 422 joe. Thomas H., 439 Hwang, Pang F. Hwang, Yong Y. Hyatt. David L., 410 Hyatt, Donald E. Hyatt, Thomas A., 421 Hyde, Lyle H. Hyde, Wm. M. Hyers, Edna R., 373 Iley, Harold W. Impson, Richard R. Indek, Mark S., 439. 268 Ingle, Richard M., 399 Ingram, George E. Ingram, jon E., 410 Ingram, Richard L., 410 Ingwalson, Paul F. Inks, john M., jr., 439 Inman, john S., jr., 421 Inman, Wm. O., III, 439 Irastorza, jose C. Iredale, Wm. j., 275 Isaac, Thomas L., 313 Isakson, john E., 439 Ives, john E.. 439 Ives, Kim j., 439, 268 Ivester, Carroll L., 373 Ivester, Frank D., 421 Ivester, Roy T. johns, johns, Robert H.. 439 Robert W. johns, Ronald W. johns, Rufus W. johns, Stephen G., 439, 280 johns. William F., 374 johns, William V., 422 johnson, johnson. johnson, johnson, johnson, johnson, johnson, johnson. johnson, johnson, johnson, johnson, johnson. johnson, johnson, johnson, johnson, johnson, johnson, johnson, johnson, johnson, Benton j., III Brennon G. Carl W. Christopher, 439, 285 Claude D., 439 Clifford H. Daniel W., 422 David C., 422 David M., 422 David P., 422 David R., jr.. 422 Dean R., 439 Donald B., 439 Donald L., 374 Frederick W., 379 George C. George E., jr., 439 Glenn H., 374 Harold D. Herman W., jr., 374 Howard E., jr. jerry L., 439 252, 258 johnson, jesse E., jr. johnson, johnny N., 410 johnson, jon M. johnson, joseph D., 439 johnson . joseph H., 422 johnson, julius j., jr. johnson, Leslie M., 422 johnson, Louis M., 410 johnson, Michael T., 410 johnson, Neil C., 275, 307 johnson, Nolan L., 410 johnson, Perry O., jr. johnson, Quincy R., 422 johnson, Ralph B., 374 johnson, Richard V., 509 johnson, Robert j., jr. johnson, Robert L., 422 johnson, Robert W., jr., 374 johnson, Roy E. johnson Stephen M., 439 johnson, Stephen W. johnson. Ted C. johnson, Thomas A., 410 johnson, johnson, Thomas S., 439 johnson, Tony M.. 410 johnson, William D. johnson, William G., 422 johnson, Wm. H. johnston, Burleigh C.. 410 johnston, Christopher johnston, Curtis L., 410 johnston, Daniel M., 439 johnston, David A. johnston, Samuel M., 439 johnston, Thomas D., 400 joiner, joiner, Charles S., 439 Clinton H., 439 joines, james L., 410 joines, Robert O. jollett Lewis D., 440 jolley, Douglas C., 440 jolley, Michael W. jolley, Richard T. jones, Allen O., 440, 307 jones, Benjamin W., 440 jones. Billy E., 410 jones, Carl T., 440 jones, Charles jones, Daniel L., 374 jones, David O.. 440 jones, Dennis E. jones, Donald K. jones, Edgar H., 440 jones, Eric P. jones. Garris T. jones, Gary T., 440, 309 jones, james P. jones, james T. jones, jere W. jones, jerry W., 440 jones, john M., 440 jones, john M., 375 jones, john P. jones, julius P., 472 jones, Kenneth L. jones, Kenneth R., 440 jones. Lawrence R., 440 jones, Linda D.. 266 jones, Lyman C., jr., 400 jones, Mack P., 313 jones, Michael C., 440 jones, Mildred L., 410, 250 jones, Oliver H., jr., 375. 310 jones, Phillip S., 440 jones, Ralph L., 375 jones, Randolph D., 410 jones, Robert E., 422 jones, Robert L., 440 jones, Robert M., 440 jones, Robert R., jr., 375 jones, Roland S., III, 307, 283 jones, Rolin C., 440 jones, Ronnie jones, Samuel C., 410 jones, Samuel M. jones, Samuel P., 375 jones, Spencer L., 375 jones, Stephen H. jones, Stephen L., jr., 422 jones, Stephen R., 410 jones, Terry L. jones, Thomas D., 410, 280 jones, Timothy L., 375, 272 jones, Warren R., jr., 422 jones, Wm. R., 440 jones, Wyman j., 309 jonsson, Peter G., 410 jordan, Charles E., jr. jordan, james H. jordan. Leland K. jordan, Robert A. jordan, Stephen M., 440 jordan, Terry j. jory, Frederick A., 422 jory, Virginia V. jouanet, Philippe G. jowett, Richard N. joy, Edward B. joyner, Bobby L. juban, joseph E., 307 judkins, Roddie R. judy, Coleman P. judy, Murray S., 440 jue, Martin F., 400 jung, Paul D. Iuskus, Edward I., 422 juskus, Robert W., 410, 257 justen, john j., 410 justice, Lawrence E., 375, 252, justus, Ralph H., 440 Kachwalla, Asgar A. Kadala, Philip S., 440 Kaelin, Michael L., 309 Kahler, Richard j., 280 Kalb, joel T., 250 Kalof, Darryl D. Kalofonos, P. Kalski, Edward A., 440 Kalter, john K., 315 Kam, Gen Y., 400 Kamat, Manohar P. Kamenski, Thomas H.. 440 Kaminski, Benjamin E. Kan, Chuan L. Kan, Han P. Kania, Henry j. Kaplan, Martin S., 410, 268 Karanovich, Donald, 440 Karchmer, Howard B.. 375 Karelitz, Richard L. Karlip, Elliott, 268 Kashuba, Edward N. Kasper, Christopher E., 440 Kasper, Rolf G. Katten, Charles A., 440 Katz, Lee I. N. Katzer, David L. Katzif, Samuel, 440 Kaufman, Richard E., 440 Kaufman, Robert M. Kaufmann, Harry E., 296 Kavanaugh, Michael L., 440 Kay, F. Sutton, 440 Kay, james j. Kays, Dale B., 422, 280 Kays, Marion R., III, 422 Kearns, Gilbert P., 410 Keck, Alan j., 422, 267 Keck, Roy H., 440 Kee, David M. Kee, Kirby G. Kee, William L., 410 Keeling, George W. Keene, Kirk W., 440 Keene, William L., 422 Kehoe, Thomas M., 440 Keife, Glenn C., 422, 254, 285 Keiser, Stephen V., 440, 280 Keiser, Walter E. Keister, George P.. jr., 422, 315 Keister, Margaret A. Keith, Donald H., 440 Keith, Paul S., 375 Keller, Richard P. Kelley, Donald P. Kelley, Frederick G. Kelley, George B., III, 42. Kelley, james A. Kelley, Larry C. Kelley, Philip D. Kelley Kelley , Stephen W., 410, 259 , Thomas A., 440 Kelley, Walter G., 375, 252 Kellman, Gary I. Kelly, Frank D. Kelly, john W. Kelly, joseph D., 400 Kelly, Marsden G. Kelly, Robert W., 440, 309 Kelly, Ronald E., 440 Kelly, William M., 410 Kelly, Wm. F., 400 Kelm, Charles H., 422, 257 Kelman, Thomas C., 422 Kelnhofer, joseph T. Kemp, William M., 410, 285 Kendrick, john C., 410, 257 Kendrick, Lynn A., 440 Keng, Edward Y. H. Kennedy, Bryce E.. 375 Kennedy, Charles E., 440 Kennedy, Geoffrey L. Kennedy, Harold C., jr. Kennedy, james L., 440 Kennedy, Kenneth F., 410 Kennedy, Robert B., 422 Kennedy, Ronald M., 440 Kenney, Richard M., 375. 295 Kenney, Robert N. Kent, Richard T. Kent, Samuel D., 440 Keown, john L. Keown, Robert L. Keown, Wm. L., 302 km N I V I I If ' "" . MM- I I L iw , if QU, .:,, B: in 2 ,l SIU- p M Es "H A 3 scans Lif -2' A M I nn: sri? Tecbmen depend on - - - ENGINEERS BOOK STORE for TEXTBOOKS KNEW AND USED, 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 "We appreciate your business" Aw. , NK., Ma gf 485 Student Index fCoNT1NUEDp Kephart, George O., jr., 411 Kerr, Charles D. Kerr, George W., 440 Kersey, Charles S., 411 Keskinen, Michael j., 440 Kesler, Guy R. Kessler, Kenneth R. Kessler, Kenneth V., 411 Kessler, Richard C., 375 Kessler, Vaden B., 440 Ketter, Francis C., 422, 267 Kettle, Charles E., 315 Ketts, Bruce L., 422, 254 Legg. Alan W., 422 Key, Gary L. Keys, john H., 510, 285 Keyser, Robert S., 411 Khan. Mohammad Y. Khoury, Robert K., 440, 302 Kiang, Kenneth C. S., 254 Kiappes, john L., 422 Kicklighter, Haven L. Kidd, Charles W., 152 Kidder, Everett C., jr. Kiker, james O., jr., 440 Kilgore, jack C., 440, 271 Killimett, Patrick T. Killin, Hugh E., 400 Killingsworth, David Kilpatrick, Henry E. Kilpatrick, john W., 375 Kilpatrick, joseph C., 375 Kilpatrick, Richard L.. 440 Kiltie, james H.. 411, 152 Kim, Chung D., 400 Kimball, Charles H. Kimball. Michael D. Kimber, john H., 375 Kimble, Edward L., III, 296 Kimbrell, George D. Kimmel, james P., 400 Kinard, james W. Kinard, William D., 152 Kincaid, Michael G., 422 Kincey, Carl N., 440 Kincy, William P., 375, 257 Kindley, james T., 375 King, Donald K., 152 King, Hardy j., jr., 422 King. Herman M. King, joseph H., jr., 375 King, Richard G., 422 King, Ronald E., 177 Kinner, Ronald R., ,375, 259, 250 Kinner, Russell B., 440 Kinsaul, Raymond L., jr. Kinsman, james H., 440 Kirby, Kenneth D., 400 Kirby, Thomas R., 411, 313 Kirk, james j. Kirk. jerry L. Kirk, Ricke G., 440 Kirk, Thomas A., 394 Kirkindall, Arthur S., 375, 252, 251 Kirkland, Edward F., 411, 261, 302 Kirkland, Robert C., 440, 277 Kirkley, Michael E., 440 Kirkpatrick, john C. Kirkpatrick, john W., 375 Kirkpatrick. Robert G. Kirkwood, Charles E. Kirton, Woodrow W., jr. Kirtz, jerome M., 422, 254 Kisida, Kenneth S. Kisling, Douglas L., 422 Kitchens, jessie T., 422 Kite, Kenneth M. Klank, Michael T., 440 Kleban, Michael A. Klein, Kenneth M., 375 Kleine, Richard A., 375 Kleve, Frederic W., jr., 302 Kling, Carl V., jr., 422 Klocke, john l., 290 Klosky, Simon P. Knerr, Paul D., 375 Knickerbocker, Fred Knight, Conrad W. Koch, Robert E., 440. 276 Koch, Ronald B., 440 Koch, William R. Koelemay, james M., jr., 422, 276 Koenig, jerry W., 411, 299 Kohler, Richard, 400 Kondo, Tetsuo, 400 Koen, Norman C. Koralek, Craig S., 411, 268 Kornegay, Terry C. Koslak, Chester C. Kotras, Thomas V. Kovach, Michael C., 440 Kowalski, Dennis E. Kowalsky, William P., 375 Kowynia, Edward S. Kramarz, Luis, 422 Kramer, john B. Kramer, Stephen A., 440 Krantz, David R., 440 Krausche, Charles E. Kravetz, Charles M., 440 Krebs, Richard l., 375, 268 Krefetz, Frederick A., 411 Kremer, Alvin W., jr. Kriengsiri, Suthat Krivec, john V. Krohn, Arthur C., jr. Kronman, Barry A., 440 Kucic, joseph R., 282 Kuhlthau, Richard H., 440, 307 Kuhn, Ulysses S. G. Kumar, Sushil, 400 Kuniansky, Steven R., 440, 268 Kuo, Chang K., 400 Kuo, Te S., 400 Kuzmiak, George Kwon, Chin T. Kyle, john P.440 Labastie, james G. Labse, Robert j., 375 Labin, john C., 440 Lacey, jeffrey B. Lackey, Richard A., 422 Lacle, Bruce W., 375 Lacorte, Frank G., 282 Lacour, joseph A., III, 422 Ladd, David F., 411 Ladd, William D., 411 Ladell, Brian j., 440, 277 Laemmle, joseph T. Lafaye, Wm. L., jr. Laffitte, David S. Lagana, john E., 152 Lai, Pei L., 400 Laing, Alan C., 440 Laing, Hugh F. Lake, james A. Lam, Stephen K. H. Lamb, Wm. F. Lambert, Chester L., 422 Lambert, Frank H., 375 Lambert, john j., jr. Lambert, Robert B., 440 Lamon, Charles Wm., 411 Lamothe, Richard S., 411, 299 Lampkin, Charles C.. 422 Larson, Werner L., jr., 422 Laser, Richard D. Lasher, john C., 376, 259 Laskey, james D. Lasseter, Brian A., 441 Lewis, Ronald j. Lewis, Russell C., 422 Lewis, Walter H., 411, 296 Lewis, William P., 376 Lewit, Ellen H., 422 Lasseter, Thomas j., 244, 376 Lassiter, Isaac H., Ill, 376, 251 Lassiter, William j. Latham, Dan H. Latham, Gary P. Lathem, Thomas S., 422 Latimer, Douglas A., 411, 258, 251 Latimer, Terry D. Latimer, Thomas G., 411 Latourette, Donald A. Laurens, Russell F., 441 Laurenson, Robert M. Lavallee, Charles R. Leymann, Karl R., 441 Li, Cheuk W., 422, 254 Li, Ping H. Li, Shing T., 400 Liberman, jack, 441, 268 Libman, Dave E. Liddle, john A., 400 Lide, Edward N. Liedtke, Reine Lienielsen, Erik Light, Alfred R.. 441 Lignugaris, Roger W., 376, 276 Liipfert, james C. Law, Alan G. Law, Sibert K. Lawler, john C., 422 Lawley, George B., 376, 307 Liles. Dennis R. Liles, Paul V. Liles Robert W 411 Lilly: Anthony C., 441, 309 Lancaster, Lindsay M., 440 Land, Ronald E. Land, Russell E. Landel, Robert D. Landers, Roy E., jr., 400 Landers. Thomas B., 411 Landgrebe, james H., 400 Landis. james C. Landis, Kerry W., 411, 268, 251 Landrum, Chester H., jr., 411 Landrum, Earnest T., jr. Lane, Edwin B., 440 Lane, Eric F., 422, 254 Lane, Gerald K., 411 Lane, Gregory B., 440 Lane, William E., 411 Laney, David B. Lang, Henry C. Lang, james D. Lawrence, Charles E., 411 Lawrence, Charles O., 411 Lawrence, David A., 441 Lawrence, Douglas R., 441, 307 Lawrence, Henry E., 441 Lawrence, john R., 188 Lawrence, Terry S. Lawson, Gary E. Lawson, Glenn M., 441, 310 Laxson, Alan S., 441 Lay, james M., jr., 422 Leaders, Melvin C., 422 League, joseph C., jr. Leal, Serafin Leary, john A. Leatherwood, Richard, 400 Leck, Donald P., 441 Lecoco, Andrew D. Lecroy, David B., 441 Lecroy, Phillip O.. 441 Ledbetter, Kenneth F., 411 Ledford, Thomas G. Lee, Alan W., 441 Lee, Charles M. Lee, Ching S. Lee, David G. Lee, Donald A. Lee, George H., 422 Lee, Hsiao P., 376, 259 Lee, jerry A., 441 Lee, john L., jr., 376, 255 Lee, julian R. Lee, Kwon Y., 422 Lee, Larry W. Lee, Lewis T., 441 Lee, Maw H., 400 Lee, Philip F. Lee, Robert W. Lee, Thomas W., 422 Lee, Yin M., 376 Leeds. Robert j., 422 Leegate, Gary C., 411 Leeman. Michael E. Lefleur, Lance R., 411 Legat, M. Geoffrey, 411 Leguizamon, Sergio, I Lehmann, Dennis j. Leins, Gregory R., 441 Lemarr, john D., 376 Lenard, joseph A., 411 Lenhardt, Charles Lenk, Allen S., 376 Lentz, Robert T., 251, 376, 258, 277 Lentzsch, Craig R. Lenz, Russell W., 411, 257 Leonardi, Richard L. Leow, Leslie, Richard E., 422. 309 Robert M., 441 Leslie, Thomas C., 244, 247, 411 Leslie, William F. Lester, Larry Arthur. 441 Lester, Richard M., 422 Lester, Letton, Stephen P., 422, 295 Winsor, III Lim, Danny C. W. Lin, Yu 1. Lindenberg, Richard E.. 279 Lindgren, Edgar F., 422 Lindler, Harry E. Lindley, Robert R., 441 Lindsay, Philip A. Lindsay, Winford V., 394 Lindsey, Allan M., 400 Lindsey, Edgar T., 422 Lindsey, Warren M. Lindsey, Wm. W. Lindsley, Charles S., 272 Lineberger, Edward A. Lingo, Herman Michael 441 Link, Frederick E., 376, 309 Link, Thomas D. Linville, Wayne H. Lippert, Lawrence D. Lippke, Paul L., 376, 289 Lips, David A., 422 Lips, Harold I., 411 Lipsey, Mark W. Lipson. Elliot I. Litsinger, Carl S., 376 Little, Harry R., 401 Little, Henry W., jr.. 309 Little, Hugh D. Little, james L. Little, james S., jr., 411 Little, john H., 441 Little, Michael E. Little, Stephen M. Little, Taylor E., jr., 441 Little, Thomas E. Little, William 'A., 401 Little, Wm. C. Little, Wm. S., jr. Littlejohn, Charles B. Littlejohn, Norman H., 376, 258 Littrell, Steven W., 441 Liu, john Y. S. Liu, Keith K. S., 441 Liu, Ker F. Liu, Thou H. Livaditis. Elias C. Livermore, Russell B.. 315 Livesay, Billy R. Livingston, Donald C., 441 Livingston. Ronald G., 376 Lizak, Gregory A., 441 Lizama, Ignacio F. Loadholt. jay T., 422 Lockard. john R. Locke, Charles R., 422 Locke, Freddie j. Lockhart, Kenneth E., 441 Lockman, Chalmers D. Lockwood, Richard P., 307 Loeffel, Samuel F. Loftin, Robert l. Logan, Charles F., 411 Logan, Kathryn V., 266 Logan, Michael 376 Knight, Franklin R. Knight, George W. Knight, jack R., 440 Knight, james G., 411 Knight, james H., 411 Knight, james P. Knight john E. Knight john W. Knight jon M., 375 Knight joseph A., 400 Knight, Larry L., 440 Knight, Michael S. Knight Richard B., jr. Knoll, Charles W., 271 Knott, Randy A., 422 Knybel, Frank E., 411 Langdon, Wm. H., 375 Langford, Leonard L., 440 Langford, Richard G., 441 Langford, Thomas F., jr., 441, 301 Langille, Douglas B., 400 Langley, john B., II Langley, William W. Langston, Laurie S., 411 Lanham, Gary R., 441 Lankford, Ronald S. Lannes, Roman M., 375 Lansford, Lawrence R., 411 Lanier, Lewis F., 394 Lantz, Robert B. Laporte, Kim j., 422 Laporte, Roger E., 376 Lappos, Nicholas C. Largent, jorg R., 441 Larizza, Frank j., 376 Larrieu, Manuel A., 441 Larry, Elton L., 441 Larson, jon C., 441 Levack. Daniel j. H. Lever, Ben R., Ill, 411 Leverett, Phillip H., 411 Levin, Sheldon M. Levine, Charles S., 376 Levine, Peter B., 376, 268 Logan, William S., 422 Lohr, Mark S., 441 Loia, Michael A., 441 Long, Billy H., 441 Long, Charlie T.. jr., 422 Long, Douglas A. Long, Gerald S., 401 Levine, Philip l. Levy, Michael 411 Levy, Paul H., 441, 268 Lewelling, john C. Lewers, George E., 422 Lewis. Charles H. Lewis, Charlton S. Lewis, Daniel W., 376 Lewis, Doyle C., 376 Lewis, Gerald D. Lewis. james W., 411, 257 Lewis, john W. Lewis, Kenneth j., 376, 275 Lewis. Lewis, Marvin D., 376, 261 Michael A., 441, 315 Long, james A., jr., 411 Long, john H., 441 Long, Louis B. Longfield, Thomas H. Longino, Walter B., jr., 441 Longley, Charles S., jr., 422 Longshore, Vernon L. Look, Alexander, 376 Lopez, Carlos R. Lopez, Martin, jr., 441 Lord, james C., 376 Lord, Robert j., 401 Lorey, Richard A. Lothridge, Harry M., 441 Loti, Robert D., 422 Mayers, McGruddy, james tCONTINUEDj Lott, Francis R. Loutzehneiser, Roy C. Love, Danny L., 422 Love, john R. Love, Kenneth B., 422, 285 Love, Larry D. Love, Lloyd D., 411 Lovejoy, William I., 422 Lovelace, Nathaniel F., 441 Lovelady, David L. Lovett, Anne L. Low, Frank D. Low, Kirk H., jr., 441 Low, Robert G., 441 Lowder, William H. Lowe, Cabell L. Lowe, Eugene H. Lowe, john A., 376, 259 Lowe, Max A. Lowe, Robert P. Lowe, Thomas R. Lowry, Hugh M. Lu, Chien S. Lu, Winston W. Lubin, Gary R., 441 Lubs, Christian R., 441 Lucas, Donald j. Lucas, Robert j., 441, 267 Lucas, Thomas R. Lucas, WilliaG., 411 Lucey, john P. Luck, james K., III, 423 Ludwig, Charles W., 441, 276 Lue, Richard, 423 Luedtke, Arthur, jr. Luedtke, Ronald L. Lukat, Robert N., 411 Lumb, jonathan R., 309 Lumia, james S.. 423 Lumpkin, john F. Lumpkin, William C., 411, 251 Lumpkin, William H. Lumsden, Charles A. Lund, jerry S., 376 Lundy, Richard M. Lung, David 411 Lunsford, Ernest K., 411 Lunsford, johnny E., 376 Luski, jacob, 441, 268 Lutz, james L., 441 Lutz, Michael j. Lutz, Terry L., 411 Lyle, Alfred E., 411 Lyle, james A., 251, 304, 260, 244, 377 Lyle, Stephen V., 509 Lyle, William F., 377 Lyles, William B., 441 Lynberg, Thomas M. Lynch, Daniel M. Lynch, Dennis P. Lynch, Edward C. Lynch, james M. Lynch, Michael A., 423, 286 Lynn, jeffrey W., 411, 283 Lynn, Kyle Lynn, Tommy C., 441 Lyon, Barry W., 310 Lyon, james W., 411 Lyons, james E. Lyons, james M., 441 Lyons, john j., 411 Lyttle, Thomas P., 411 Lytton, Edwin A. Mabel, Daniel P.. jr., 377 Mable, Carl A., 423 Mabrey, Charles R. Mabry, Thomas H., 441 MacDonald, Robert Wm. MacElhannon, Gibson B., 441, 276 MacEmon, james H., 441, 277 MacFarlane, Marshall, 423, 272 MacGregor, George S.. 441 Machtolff, john W., 423 Maclntire, Marc D., 441 Maclntire, Wm. C., 441 Mack, Douglas A. Mack. Gregory j., 441 MacKay. Renny H. Macke, Elmer j., 423 MacKenzie, john B., 441, 285 MacKenzie, Stuart W., 377 MacKey, Tberal E., 441 Mackie, Paul E., jr. Mackinder, james C. Mackinnon, Richard D., 423 Mackrell, Michael B., 441, 271 MacLean, james R., 401, 259 MacLemore, Daniel N., 441 Macon, Boise F., jr., 441 Macon, Randall, 411 MacPhee, Carl Odin, 295 Madden, Bruce H., 441 Student Index Madden, john F. Madden, Michael E., 377 Madden, Michael G. Maddox, Clifton N. Maddox, john M., 377 Maddox, Notley R. Maddox, Robert Wm., 260, 377 Maddux, David C. Madeira, Edward K., 411 Madenfrost, Abraham H., 268 Madonia, Frank Maffett, Michael E., 377 Magaro, Raymond F., 441, 271 Magee, Walter B., 441 Magin, Richard L. Magruder, David Wm. Maguire, Alfred j., Ill, 441 Magyar, Regis L., 441 Mahaffee, Charles R., 411, 302 Mahaffey, Daniel E., jr. Mahaley, Robert L., 423 Mahany, Richard E., 377, 255, 261 Mahoney, Dennis L., 441, 289 Major, Alexander F. Majors, Harry Watson Majors, john D. Majumdar, Hirendra, 401 Majure, james Coyt Maki, William j., 441 Malasitt, Pridi Malkoff, Alan R., 411, 268 Mallard, Roger D., 411 Mallison, George F. Mallory, Andre j. 441, 289 Malluck, john F., 441 Malone, Bennie R. Malone, james B., 441 Malone, john B. Maloney, Bernard j. Maloney, Maloney, David M., 441 Dwight K., 277 Maloney, Earle F., III Maloney, Maloof Robert S.. 441 illiam M 377 Mande, Paul R., 423, 293 Mandel, jay S. Mandell, john H., 411, 259 Mandell, Stanley Mandeville, Cary, 441 Mangin, Albert M., 377, 255, 267 Mann, Alan B., 441 Mann, Henry A., 377 Mann, joe A. Mann, john H. Mann, Montgomery L., 441 Manna, john j., 423 Manning, Manning, Manos. P Charles B., jr. jeannette C., 423 ete L., 441, 309 Marek, Miroslav, 401 Marett, jack R. Margalith, Moshe Margariti s, Paul j., 442, 313 Margiotti, Vincent j. Margolies, Andrew L., 442 Maribona, joaquin R. Marion, Harold D., 442 Markert, Marks, D William L., 442 onald M., 423 Markus, Bruce W. Marlar, john T. Marlow, Dennis E., 411 Marlow, Gerald L. Marlow, Randall H., 423 Marques, Luis R., 411 Marr, james D., 442 Marschall, Stuart B. Marschall, Thomas R. Marsh, David Riley, 442, 313 Marshall, David A., 442 Marshall, john T., III Marshall, Michael E. Marshall, Thomas O., 442 Marshall, William H. Marsolan, Ernest F., jr. Martel, Carlos, jr. Martens, Walter F. Martin, Abbott W. Martin, Alan L., 377 Martin, Martin, Martin, Milton L., 411 Martin, Rand D., 377 Martin, Ransom W., 442 Martin, Robert C. Martin, Robert D., 411, 307 Martin, Robert H. Martin, Robert R., jr., 261 Martin, Ronald E., 442 Martin, Ronald L. Martin, William L. Martinez, Ignacio j., 442 Martinez, Richard T., 442 Martinson, Wm. R., 423 Marts, Eric A., 271 Martz, Benny L., 378 Marxsen, Wm. B., 378 Maschmeyer, William M., 442, 289 Mash, james T., jr. Mashbu rn, Delmar L. Mason, David P. Mason, Richard D., jr. Mason, Richard K. Mass, Robert M., 401 Massey, Curtis A. Massey, Donald G. Massey, john R., 442, 290 Massey, joseph T., 423 Massey, Michael W., 411 Massey, Thomas F., 442 Massey, Wm. M., jr. Massimini, Sebastian, 286 Mast, Philip D. Masters, Masters, johnny W. Kenneth L., 411 Matheson, Fred D., 411 Matheson, Robert E., 442 Mathews, Arthur Q. Mathews, Bernard L. Mathews, David L., 411, 258 Mathews, james B. Mthews, john F. Mathews, Larry K. Mathis, james E. Mathis, james E., 442 Mathis, james F., 442 Mathis, Kenneth E., 509 Matison, Harold M., jr., 423, 293 Matos, joseph A., jr., 401 Matson, Charles C., 423 Matson, Gary L., 442 Matson, Robert W. Mattern, Edwin K., jr., 442 Matthews, Clarence P., 442 Matthews, David H. Matthews, David T. Matthews, john H., jr., 442 Matthews, john Wm. Matthews, Larry W., 442 Matthews, Michael D., 442 Matthews, Pierce Y., jr. Matthews, Robert M., 423 Matthews, Samuel C. Matthews. Stephen j., 442 Matthias, Dan W. Mattson, Michael V. H. Maugans, Richard P. Maughon, james H., 378 Mauldin , Buddy j., 442 Mauldin, Charles C., jr., 442 Mauldin , Gary E., 411 Mauney, David A. Mauney, johnny C., 442 Mauze, Charles W., jr., 442, 271 Maxey, james H. Maxey, jeffery L., 378 Maxham, William D., 378 Maxwell, Benjamin R. Maxwell, james E., 411, 261 Maxwell, john W. Maxwell, Robert M., 442 Maxwell , Timothy T., 442 May, George D. May. Gerald W. May, james A. May, Ronald H., 411 May, Ronald H. Mayer, Francis M., 442, 285 Mayer, Ronald C., 401 Gordon D., jr. McCabe, john E., 412 McCall, jimmy L., 442 McCall, Larry E., 412 McCall, Robert A. McCall, Rudolph A., 394 McCallum, Michael E., 442 McCann, Kevin j. McCann, Louis S., 442, 271 McCarter, joseph C., 442 McCarthy, john M., 250, 378 McCartney, jeffrey L., 412 McCartney, Paul j. McClain, William H., 442 McClintock, Douglas j., 442 McCloskey, joseph P. McCloskey, Michael B. McCloskey, Michael H., 378 McClung, Ronald D., 412 McClure, john M., 423 McClure, Richard j., jr. McClure, Robison C., jr., 442, 275 McCollum, Thomas B. McConnell, joseph B. McConochie, Wm. M. McCook, Allen W. McCord, Eugene L., 378 McCord, Vincent A., 378 McCormick, james W., 442 McCormick, Malcolm B., 442 McCowen, David S., 394 McCoy, Delma S., 378 McCoy, Kermit j., 309 McCoy, Reagan S., 245, 257, 302 McCoy, Robert L., 442 McCoy, Stephen E., 412 McCran'e Gerald E 442 1 , ., McCranie, Stephen C. McCrary, john S., 423 McCrary, Thomas A. McCreary, james D., 442 McCrimmon, Mark Wm., 442 McCrimmon, Michael R., 412 McCrory, George E., 423 McCrary, Robert T., 423, 283 McCubbin, Edward B., jr., 412 McCuen, Richard H. McCully, Harry B., 412 McDade, George Linton McDaniel, William R. McDermott, Donald G., 378, 307 McDermott, james E., jr., 412 McDermott, Michael C., 423, 309 McDonald, David C., 442, 296 McDonald, Henry B., jr. McDonald, james M., 423 McDonald, jay M., 378 McDonald, Robert H., 302, 299 McDonald, Roland B., 423 McDonald, Stephen K., 423 McDonough, Stephen M., 442 McDougall, David S. McDow, Warren A. McDuffie, Malcolm E. McElroy, Clark H., jr. McElroy, David R., jr., 401 McElroy, Miller T,, 423 McElya, Michael D., 442 McEwen, Neal W., 442 McFadden, Thomas D. MCFallS, Robert A., 378, 289, 251 McFarland, Gary L. McFarland, Robert C. McFarlane, Graham S., 279 McFerrin, Billy j., 442 McGarity, Robt. H.. III McGarr, Roger W. McGarvey, Robert L., 442, 313 McGeachie, Andrew B., 423 McGee, Earl A., 442, 509 McGee, james L., 412. 255 McGettrick, james V., 442 McGhee, Bryan W. McGhee, joseph F., 442 McGill, john A. McGill, Stephen K., 442 MCGill, Thomas O., 423 McGillivray, David M. McGinnis, Strother L., 289 McGough, james D., 423, 310 McGovern, Edward M., 442 Alan T. Cecil E., 401 Martin, Daniel P., 377 Martin Dennis j., 442 Martin, Douglas T., 411 Martin, Frederick H., 442 Martin, Graham H., 442 Martin Harley S. Martin, jackie L., 442 Martin, james A., 377 Martin, james L. Martin james T., 423, 510, 509 Martin, james W., 442 Martin, john H., 411 Martin, j. R., 442 Martin, jonathan K., 423 Martin, Kenneth R., 442 Martin , Lovick R., 442 Martin, Michael S., 411 Mayes, james j., 423 Maynard, Gregory E. Maynard, Herman B., jr., 411, 277 Maynard, jerry M., 442 Maynard, Richard P. Maynor, Harlin B., 442 Mayo, Charles C., 442 Mayo, Dennis W. Mayo, William T., 401 Mays, Ronald L. McAbee, Thomas A., 442 McAdams, Richard S., 401 McAdoo, Terry N., 423, 302 McArthur, john B., 442, 272 McAuliffe, Gary H. McAuliffe, james R., 442 McBride, Edward E., 442, 279 McBride, Phillip A. McBride, Wm. K. McGrath, james T., 302 McGrath, Kenneth M., 295 McGraw, Charles T. McGraw Marvin A McGraw: Michael ji, 423 McGrego r, Ronald W., 401 McGuire, jacob E., 275 McHugh, Robert jf, jr. Mcllwain, William W. Mclnnis, Bruce j. Mclntire, Bruce F., 423 McKay. Gary D., 442 McKay, james E. McKee, Donald S., 401 McKee, john H. McKeever, Daniel A., jr., 290 McKelvey, john M. All Portraits in This'Book Made by 96520019 316149 yjfofoyrapfefs yn C. 876 West Peachtree Street, N. W ATLANTA 9, GEORGIA OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS FOR B L U E P R I N T ADDITIONAL PRINTS OF BLUEPRINT PORTRAITS May Be Ob d Up R QCONTINUEDI McKendrick, Robert P., 442 McKenna, William A. McKenzie, Terry M. McKibben, Ierry C., 412 McKibhen, Thomas C., 412 McKibbin, Iohn R., 271 McKie, Iohn P., 290 McKie, Will T., Ir. McKinley, Larry F., 442 McKinney, Charles D., 412 McKinney Charles G 412 McKinney, David I., 412 McKinney, Ioseph C., 379 McKinney, R. Edwin, 442 McKinnon, Robert H., 272, McKinnon, Warren L., 379 152 McKnight, Terry D., 257, 295, 251 McLain, Milton E. McLain, Peter A. McLaren, Iohn R., 442 McLean, Iohn C., 423, 279 McLellan, Donald S., Ir., 285 McLellan, William R. McLelland, Wm! D. McLendon, Steve A., 412 McLeod, Benjamin F. McLeod, Thomas W., Ir. McMahon. Michael G. McMahon, Patrick F. McManus, Ioel R., 423 McManus, Michael I., 307 McMaster, Archie V., 412 McMath, Rodney A., 442 McMillan, Wm. C., 442 McMullan, Iames B., 412 McMullan, Iay C., Ir., 442 McMullen, Iames C., 412, 302 McMurdo, Strathmore K., 442 McMurray, Bruce K., 379, 255, 307 McMurry, Richard H., 442 McNamee, David M., 442, 275 McNatt, Terry G., 412 McNatt, Thomas O., 442 McNeal, Curtis I., 442 McNeal, Richard E. McNeel, William R., 302 McNeely, David G., 412 McNeely, Iohn B., 379 McNeil, Stephen H., 442 McNeill, Lauchlan G. Mel-leters, Clarence W., 442 McPhail, Homer R., Ir., 401 McPherson, Dwight A. McPherson, Iames L., 442 McRae, Iohn R., 379, 252 McSween, Michael B., 442 McSweeney, Albert McVeigh, Franklin I., 442 McWhorter, Neil E., 423 McWhorter, Robert W., 412 McWilliams, Leonard M., 412, 189 Student Index Merriman, Iames R., 412, 279 Merriman, thomas C., 443 Merritt, Allen C., 379 Merritt, Iohn D., 443 Merz, Merz, George R., 443 Gregory S., 443 Messer, Addison L. Metcalf, Cecil G. Metcalf, Ieffrey W., 443, 286 Metcalf, Stephen F. Metzer, Michael D., 423 Metzer, Walter S., 443 Meyer, Carl M., 302 Meyer, Donald L., 401 Meyer, Hugh A., III Meyer, Iames E., 245, 379, 309 Meyer , Iames R. Meyer, Stephen L., 443, 282 Meyer Meyer Micha plate, Ingolf A., 401 s, Iames V., 313 el, Timothy L., 443 Michalec, Steven I., Ir., 1 Michel, Frank C., 443 Michelen, Iose A. Middl Middl Middl ebrooks. Percy B., 423 ebrooks, Ronald eton, Ioseph, Ir. Mieres, Ernesto A., 401 Mihalak. Edward, 443 Miiller, William C. Mikkelsen, Scott A. Mikler, William P., 290 Mikolowsky, William T., 379, 252 Milam, Iames R. Milam, Iesse R., III, 423 Milam, Roger K., 412 Miles, Cecelia M., 443 Miles, David R., 412 Miles, Delbert H. Miles, Iohn M. Milholen, Linda S. Milhous, Madison N., 401 Miller. Alan C., 283 Miller, Charles K., Ir., 412, 258 Mitchell. Marvin G. Mitchell, Michael A., 443 Mitchell, Michael B., 412 Mitchell, Richard I., 412 Mitchell, Robert B., 379 Mitchell, Robert C., Il, 443 Mitchell, William I., 379 Mitresalazar, Gonzalo, 401 Mitzner, Henrietta G., 401 Moad, Zuheir, F., 443 Mobley, David H., 379 Mobley, Ioseph G. Mobley, Samuel M., 443 Moffett, Iohn Wm., Ir., 443 Moffitt, Todd E. Mohammadioun, Said Molloy. Clyde P. Moncla, Stephen W., 423 Moncrief, Terry P. Moncrief, William A., 412 Moncus, Ierry W., 412 Monfort, Clarence E., 379, 282 Monfort, Richard D., 412 Monk, Douglas R., 379 Monnot, Charles L., 379, 255 Monson, Ion G., 443 Montague, Roger W. Monteith, Richard T., 443 Montes, Iose Montgomery, Andrew W. Montgomery, Cecil G., 401 Montgomery, Ioseph B. Montgomery, Michael I., 412 Montgomery, Michael W. Montgomery, Steven C., 443 Montoro, Don R., 443, 315 Montoya, Benjamin E. Montunnas, Ieffrey W., 443, 275 Moody, David A. Moody, Iohn W., Ir. Moody, Larry W., 412 Moon, Iohn N., 423 Moon, Michael G., 443 Moon, Terry W., 423 Morin, Henry, 443, 276 Morrell, Arnold G., 423 Morrell, David C. Morrill, I ames D., 412, 295 Morris, Arthur B., 380 Morris, Carl R., 443 Morris, Charles F., 401, 277 Morris. Edward G. Morris, Francis M., 412 Morris, Herbert D., 412 Morris, Hugh O. Morris, Iames W. Morris, Ion M., 380, 307 Morris, Ioseph A., 412 Morris. Iudy C., 245, 380 Morris, Paul E., 289 Morris, Robert E. Morris, Roy D. Morris, Samuel W., Ir. Morris, Thomas E. Morris, Tom A., 423 Morris, Wm. S., 423 Morrison, Bernard B. Morrison, Iames B., 443, 295 Morrison, Iesse L., 443 Morrison, Iohn L. Morrison, Rex A., 412 Morrison, Robert G., Ir., 412 Moran Minch, Charles W. Mead, Howard W., 423 ' Meadows, Glenn A., 442 Mealing, Wm. I., Ir. Means, Dennis P. Meares, Arthur D. Mears, Michael L., 412 Medford, Donald F., 442 Medori, Steven M., 423 Mee, William W., 379 Meek, Del K., 442 Meek, Vance R., 442 Meeks, Gary L., 443 Meeks, Kenneth W. Meekuniam, Padetpai, 401 Mega, Stanley I. Megahee, Thomas E., 443, 301 Meinert, Kerwin K. Meiners, Iohn A. Meisner, Laurence I., 423 Meister, Charles L. Meivers, Michael R. Melin, Henry G. Melnick, Bruce E., 443 Melton, Melton, Christopher Grady T., 443 Melton, Robert N., 290 Melvin, Glen D., 423 Melvin, Lamar C., 152 Menasche, Camilo M., 412 Mendenhall, Geoffrey, 423, 277 Mendoza, Esther P. Menendez, Alvaro R. Menhorn, Harry G., 379 Menke, Steven C., 309 Mercer, Hugh W., Ir., 423 Meredith, Elizabeth I.. 423, 266 Meredith, Iohn S., 423, 302 Meredith, Robert P., 443 Merkel, Frederick T., 443 Merovich, Andrew T. Merren, Ioel M., 260 Merrill, Timothy L., 443 490 Miller, Charles R. Miller. Charley H., 379 Miller, Dennis M., 443 Miller, Edmond D. Miller , Frank I., 379 Miller, Guy R., 309 Miller, Herbert I., 443, 268 Miller Miller , Herbert V. , Iames M., 423 Miller, Iohn C., 443 Miller, Iohn H. Miller, Iohn K., 423 Miller, Iohn M. Miller , Kenneth R., 443 Miller, Michael I. Miller, Rayford L., 412 Miller Miller , Robert E., 443 , Ross F., 309 Miller, Stephen B., 423 Miller, Stephen G., 443 Miller, Ted S., 443 Miller, Terry A., 379 Miller, Terry W., 443 Miller, Thomas M. Miller, Thomas T., Ir., 443 Miller, Timothy A. Miller, Wayne I. Miller, William A., Ir. Miller. William C. Miller, William P., Ill, 401 Millhollan, Michael S., 379 Millican, David Y., lll Mills, Cooper N., 379 Mills, David E., 423, 254 Mills, Edward R., 443 Mills, Iohn I., 423 Mills, Michael T., 379 Mills, Phillip H., 280 Mills Samuel B. Mills: Terry, III, 423, 296 Millspaugh, Steven N. Milner, Gladys B. Milot, Michael E. Milton, Bernard G. Mimberg, Hanns I., 443 Mims, Mims, Dwight C., 443 William C., 412, 257. sis Minick, Mark C., 443 Mirek, Mark, 443 Misch Misch e, Gary D., 412 e, Michael G., 443 Mistretta, Freddie A. Mitcham, Wilson B., Ir., 423 Mitchell, Charles G., 443 Mitchell, Christopher Mitchell, Clifton E. Mitchell, David E., 443 Mitchell, Eugenia A. Mitchell. Franklin L., 412 Mitchell, George T., Ir. Mitchell, Iohn L. Mitchell, Kendall, 443 Mitchell, Louis A., 509 Mooney, Richard M. Mooney, Thomas I. Moore, Moore, Barry R., 423 Charles T., 412 Moore, Daryl G., 443, 295 Moore, David A., 443 Moore, David L., 443 Moore, David W., 443 Moore, Dennis F., 443 Moore, Douglas M., 299 Moore, Gary L., 423 Moore, George M., 443 Moore, Iames A. Moore, Iames R., Ir., 423 Moore, Iames S., 443 Moore, Iohn A., 443 Moore, Iohn C., 423 Moore, Iohn R., 443, 254 Moore. Iohn T., 443 Moore, Lewis E., 380 Moore, Louis P., 443 Moore, Michael I., 380 Moore, Michael M. Moore, Parry A., 443 Moore, Ray S. Moore, Richard P. Moore. Robert E., 412 Moore, Robert G., Ir., 309 Moore, Robert L. Moore, Roger F., 443 Moore, Ronald C., 423 Moore, T. Lawrence, Ir. Moore, Terry L. Moore, Terry S. Moore, Thomas H. Moore, William E. Moore. William L. Moore, William M., 443 Moore, William P. Moore, William W., Ir., 423 Moore, Wm. B., III, 443 Moore. Wm. D. Moorehead, William S., 315 r Moore Moran Moran , Wm. D. , Charles S., 423 , Gerald S., 443 Michael T., 423 Moran, , Robert D. Morrison, Robert M., 424 Morrison, Walter F., 443 Mortenson, Anders R. Morton, Edwin E., III Morton, Hugh P. Morton, Kirk H., 443 Morton, Walter W. Moseley, Iames L., 257, 380, 4 Moseley, Iohn T., 401 Moseley, Ioseph F., 412 Moseley. William B. Moser. David B. Moser, Ierry W. Moses, Harry P., 412, 272 Moses, Russell M., 443, 272 Moshell, Iack M., 380, 252 Mosher, Arthur I. Mosher, Christie E., 424 Mosher, David K. Moskow, Samuel M.. 293 Moskowitz, Gerald, 394 Moss, Charles H. Moss, Danny H., 412 Moss, Michael D., 424 Moss, Richard W. Moss, Ronald W. Mote. Roger G., 424 Moter, Cassius M., III, 443 Motter, Edward T.. 380 Mouchahoir, George E., 401 Moultrie, Iimmy R., 412, 277 Moultrie, Robert L., 380 Mouyal, Pierre Mowrey, Samuel L. Mowry, Leland B., 380 Moye, Iohn W., 424 Moye, Philip S., 443, 309 Moye, William R., 412 Mozley, Donald C., 443 Mozley, Kenneth R., 424 Mraz, Kris I., 443 Muecke, Mark E., 424 Mueller, Heinz I. Muench, Charles A. Mugg, Kenneth E., 712, 152 Muirhead, Lawrence R., 444 Muirheid, Terry W., 444, 279 Mulderig, Iohn I. Mullenix, Thomas H., Ir., 444 Muller, Charles S., 444, 276 Muller, Iames C. Mullins, Iames D., 444 Mullis, Horace F., 424 Mumford, Galin E., 152 Mumford, Michael L., 444 Mumper, Melvin E. Mundie, Craig I., 444 Mundy, Alan I. Munoz, Angel, 402 Munoz, Maximo F. Munro, Thomas F., 444, 313 Murdia. Rajenora S. Murff, Iames P., 307 Moran, Robert E., 412 Morano, Cosimo, 443, 276 Mordente, Darrell G., 443 Mordic, Iames H., Ir., 412 More, Iorge I., 401 Moreno. William Moreton, David H.. 380 Morgan, Christopher H., 412 Morgan, George W., 443, 315 Morgan, Gregory C., 443, 285 Morgan, Ierry. 443 Morgan, Iohn D., 423 Morgan, Ioseph D., III Morgan, Paul W., 423 Morgan, Ronald S. Moriarty, Richard F., 443 Murphy, Christopher C., 444 Murphy, Iames D., 424 Murphy, Iames H. Murphy, Iohn L. Murphy, Iohn M. Murphy, Kenneth Wm., 380, Murphy, Murphy, Murphy. Murphy, Murphy, Murphy, Murphy, Murray, Murray, Murray, Murray, Lamar H., Ir., 380 Michael D., 412 Michael E., 412 Robert A., III. 444 Robert O. Robert S. Timothy R., 302 Alan W., 412 Arthur L., 444, 271 Edward L., 380 Iack B., 412 310 12, 202. 251 .ZQZZQMB Dispensing Opticians Sir. 5 O iw? 105 Peachtree Street, N.E. W. W. ORR DOCTOR'S BUILDING BAPTIST PROFESSIONAL BUILDING SHEFFIELD MEMORIAL BUILDING "Home of 10,000 Items" - DUX-MIXTURE - Hardware Inc. 815 Marietta Street, N.W. TR. 5-8956 We Deliver Thanks to Our Patronizing Tech Men ENJOY ruffacf ICE CREAM ALL THE NAME IMPLIES ATLANTA GA 4 Nichols jCONTINUEDj Murray, jeanne M., 402 Murray, Michael A., 412, 251 Murray, Robert S., 444 Muse, Ben A., jr., 444 Musgrove, Daniel K. Musgrove, Eddie T., 444 Mushen, Robert L., 402 Mushinsky, Harold 380 Mussalli, Yusuf G., 402 Musselman, Charles W., 424 Must, Robert T., 424 Mutchler, Robert S. Muth, Harold F. Myatt, Cecil A., 444 Myddelton, William S., 380 Myers, Don M. Myers, joel N. Myers, joseph P., 424, 276 Myres, Robert C., 444 Nabers, Steve Nabors, james B. Nabors, john K. Nackashi, john A. Naiman, Marc L., 444, 282 Nalls, Roger L.. 444 Nance, Donald A., 424 Nance, Robert A., 412 Napier, Robert W., 412 Naramore, William T., 412 Narrie, Stephen W., 424 Nash, Harold R., 424 Nash, Kenneth A., 444 Nash, Wm. H., jr., 444 Nathan, George B., 444 Nation, Floyd R., 380, 258 Neal, David S. Neal, Gregory Y., 424 Neal, Larry A. Neal, Thomas W., 444 Neale, Douglas H., 402 Nechi, August j. Neel, james T. Negreira, Francisco j., 424 Negro, james E., 251, 313, 380. 252, 255 Nehme, joseph A., 444 Neil, joseph F., 444, 276 Neilson, Frank M. Nelder, Alan L., 424, 296 Nelson, Charles W., 424, 285 Student Index Nightengale, Wm. N. Ninestein, Trenholm M., 424 Nino, Pedro A., 402 Nisbet, Edward G., 444 Nisbet, William O., jr., 444 Niswander, james K., 424 Franklin R., 380, 245, 247, 248 Nix, Nix, jack P., jr. Nix, john B., jr. Nix, john M. Nix, Ronald j., 444. 313 Noe, Michael K., 444 Noe, Robert P., 444 Noell, William C. Noensie, Iklas Noggle, Donnie L., 177 Nokleby, Norman E., 444 Nolan, Arthur j., 444 Noland, Michael C. Nolte, Bruce W., 380 Nonaka, Denis N., 402 Nordin, Randy A., 412, 268 Norman, David A. Norman, james S., 424 Norman, Sherrill W. Norman, Steven A., 412 Norman, William H., III, 424 Norris, Charles V., 412, 510 Norris, Harold B., 444 Norris, Michael E., 444 Norris, Steven H., 444, 286 North, Foster D., 424, 304 Northrop, Theodore M., 402 Nottingham, Eugene P. Nottingham, Wilfred A., 444, 310 Nottke, Bruce A., 444, 315 Novak, Wayne A. Nowak, Frederick A. Nowell, Robert S. Nunes, Frank E. Nunnally, Huey N., 402 Nurnberger, Stanley L., 444 Nuttall, james B., 259, 257 Nysewander, Richard W., 444 Nystrom, john A., 444 Oakes, james L., jr., 310 O'Bear, George S., 380 O'Brien, Sherman D., 444 O'Gasio, Sigfried A. O'Chiltree, Eric j., 424, 257 O'Connell, William L., 444 O'Connor, Edward F., jr. O'Connor, Thomas j., 412 O'Day, Michael K., 444, 307 Nelson, David E., 444 Nelson, james W., 295 Nelson, Kirby G., 444 Nelson, Kurt S., 295 Nelson, Marvin R., 380 Nelson, Randall H., 444 Nelson, Richard M., 152 Nelson, Richard R. Nelson, Tiffany T., 444 Nesmith, Harvey M., 380 Netherland, joseph H., 380 Neuhaus, Charles B., 424 Neuhaus, Wm. O., Ill, 394 Nevergold, james M. Neville, Carlton F. Neville, William j., jr. New, Steven F. New, Wayne C., 444 Newber ry, Harold L., 424 Newby, William O., 424 Newell, Michael j., 412 Newfield, Steven j., 380, 293 Newgreen, Walter F., jr., 444, Newkirk, Thomas E. Newland, Howard T., jr., 444, Newman, Charles L. Newman, Franklin P., jr., 424 Newman, William S., III Newmarker, Michael W., 444 Newsham, Robert S., jr., 412 Newsom, joseph H. Newsome, David S. Newsome, james L., 380 Newsome, Richard E., 444 Newtonf Charles A. Newton, james G., jr., 444 Newton, joe M. Newton, john R., 424, 310 Newton, Weyman R., 412, 152 Newton, William A., 424 276 283 Odom, Eugene C. O'Donnell, Robert F., 310 O'Dowd, William M., jr., 402 Odum, Ben L., jr., 380 Oenbrink, Robert M., 444 Oester, Alan E., 424, 289 O'Farrell, john M., 444 Ogburn, john L., jr. Ogden, Monroe G., III Ogilvie, john D., 444 Ogle, Paul W., 277 Oglesby, Fort M., 412 Oglesby, George B. Oglesby, john N., 444 Ogletree, Charles R. Ogletree, Ronald K., 261, 509, 510 Ohlinger, Wayne L., 380 O'jeda, Orlando P. O'Keefe, Michael j., 444 O'Lano, Chede A. F. Olausen, james F.. 444 Olcott, Richard L. Olinger, Lawrence Wm. Olivares, Ariel, 412 Olive, Charles M., 444 Olmstead, Bruce R. Olmsted, Charles T., jr. Olson, james O., 444, 313 Olson, Larry S., 315 Omer, Daniel T., 412, 257, 289 Otley, George R., 444 Onorejko, Kenneth R. O'Neal, Wm. E., 275 O'Pelt, Peter j. O'Pie, joseph L. Oppenheim, Philip L., 444, 293 O'Rear, Ronald L., 412 Ormsby, Phillip A. Orr, Charles M., 380 Orr, Harry F., jr., 412 Ng, Anne R. Ng, Sai T . S. Niblack, Carlton W., 424 Nicholas, Ronald A., 444 Nichols, Alfred C. Nichols Charles P., 283 Orr Orr Horace A., 444 Orr, , james K., 444 Sara D. Ortega, Humberto j. Orwig, Kenneth R., jr., 424 O'Shea, Timothy j., 381 Nichols Nichols 3 David I.. 424, zee , Frank D., jr. Nichols, Ralph E., Ill Nichols, William j. on, Erick M., 444 O'Sheasy, Michael T., 424, 275 Osmundsen, john C., 307 Ossenberg, William K., 444, 272 Oswald, Charles M., 444 Oswandel, Robert E. Nicholson, james M. Nickerson, Donald 492 on, Edward S., 424 on, john s. Otten, Leonard j. Otto, William H., 444 Outland, john H. Ouzts, Wilmot B. Overton, Gerald L. Overton, Harry B. Overton, Russell G., 412 Owen, Glenn M. Owen, jerome K., 412 Owen, jerry L., 177 Owen, john A., 444 Owen, john j., Ill, 509 Owen, Richard S., 424, 254 Owen, Roy H., 381, 245, 247, 248 Owen, Victor F. Owens, john H., Ill Owens, john S., II Owens, Larry B., 444, 268 Owens, Richard L. Owens, Robert H. Owings, Bruce C., 424, 509 Oxford, Roger C., 424 Oxman, Arnold B., 413, 268 Ozier, Lance W., 444 Ozmelek, Savas, 402 Paarz, Robert E. Pabst, Benjamin H., lll Pace, Charles P., 381 Pace. Marshall O. Pacetti, Marion E., 444 Padgett, Harry S., 413 Padgett, Olin W., jr. Padgett, Ronnie C., 444 Padulo, Katharine A. S. Page, Steven G., 444 Page, William E., 381, 177 Paguibitan, Caudencio, 381 Painter, Paul W., jr., 304 Paladino, Tony C., 444 Palaoro, Hans W., 381 Pallman, Charles M., 444 Palmatary, William H. Palmatier, George E., 412 Palmer, Charles M., 444 Palmer, Hoyt Palmer, Richard A., 444 Palmisano, Peter j., 249, 424, 307 Pape, Thomas Wm., 444 Pappas, Christopher G., 413 Para, P. G., III, 444 Paradice, Harry P., 444, 286 Parekh, Vijaykumar N. Parham, Ben H., 402 Parian, Diane B. Parian, Roger W. Paris, Henry G., 424 Parish, Theodore A., 402 Park, Kwang H. Park, Song K., 402 Park. Theo A., jr., 424 Park, Thomas A. Park, Yang j., 402 Parker, Alfred W., 444 Parker, Chester L., jr., 444 Parker, Daniel M., 413 Parker, Dean A., 444, 304 Parker, Derrell A., 152 Parker, Grady F. Parker, jim H., 260, 381 Parker, john A. Parker, Kenneth L., 260, 381 Parker, Rufus C., 444 Parker, Thomas S. Parker, Thornwell H., 444 Parker, William D., 444 Parkes, Edward N., III, 444, 285 Parkhurst, William H. Parks, David M.,,424 Parks, james D. Parks, john S. Parks, William L. Parmelee, Charles R., 413 Parris, Thomas L., 424 Parrish, Charles M., 272 Parrish, Henry C., Ill, 444 Parrish, james A., 413 Parrish, Robert A., 283 Parrott, Douglas L., 424 Parrott, Stephen L., 445 Parsons, Boyd D., jr., 445 Parsons, Charles A., 381 Parsons, james M., 413 Parsons, Richard C. Parsons, Robert M., 445 Partain, William L. Partin, john G., 413 Partin, Leroy M., 381 Partin, Robert L. Paschal, Daniel C., 413 Pascual, julio j., 402 Pasley, Willie E., 381 Pass, james W., 445 Pass, james W., 445 Passman, Stephen L., 402 Passoff, Carl R., 445, 268 Paszkiewicz, Stanley, 424, 267 Patchin, Richard M., 382, 261 Pate, j ames R., 424 Patel, Dady j., 402 Patel, Nalini B. Patel, Natvarbhai P. Patisaul, Charles R., 413, 259, 251 Patrick, Charles L. Patrick, Franklin E., 382 Patrick, Howard Wm., 257, 382, 2 Patrick, james D., jr., 445 Patrick, james O. Patrick, Neal S., 445 Patrick, Robert E., 402 Patterson, Curless A., 445 Patterson, Dennis M., 445 Patterson, Edward M. Patterson, Eugene C. Patterson, Harlan S., 445 Patterson, joseph R. Patterson, Lewis A., 245, 248 Patters on. Ralph A.. 445 Pattillo, james C., 382, 445 Pattillo, jess Wm., 445 Patton, john B. Patton, William j., 413 Patton, Wm. G., 424 Paul, Amrit K.. 402 Paul, Delbert K., 424, 313 Paul, jack M., 382, 280 Paul, jerry L., 152 Paulk, Paulk. jack F., 445, 304 james R., jr., 445 Paulling, john M., 413 Paulso Pautz. Pavlov n, john W., jr. Martin R., 276 ic. Raymond j., 445 Pawlaczyk, Thomas j., 445 Paxton, Robert M., 445 Payne, Braxton C., 445 Payne, David D. 424 Payne, Elmer H., jr. Payne, jeffrey C., 177 Payne, joel W., 445 Payne, Milton O., 382 Payne, Robert N. Paynter, George F., 445 Peabody, Byron R., 413, 203 Peach, Robert M., 445 Peacher, Wm. G. Peacoc k, David C., 445 Peacock, Thomas C., 413 Peacock, Thomas V., 445 Peacock, William F., 382 Peak, Fred D., 424 Pearce, Alan M., 445 Pearce Pearce , Britt K. , David B., 445 Pearce, Roy W., jr., 382 Pearl, Ronald G., 382, 259, 509 Pearre, Robert H. Pearson, Hugh S. Pearson, john P., 445 Pearson, joseph V. Pearson, Larry W., 445 Peavy, Dan H., 445 Peck, john E., 445, 295 Peckham, john R., 382 Peden, Marvin M. Peebles, David E., 445, 277 Peede, Carl W., 424 Peeples, Richard F., 445 Peeples, Thomas E., 445 Peet, Paul Wm., jr. Pehler, john S., 382 Pelham, David E. Pelham, Mary S. T. Pellicci, jack A. Pendarvis, Daniel, III, 286 Penfield, Scott R., jr., 402 Penland, Barry E., 382, 255 Penley, james W., 152 Penn, David H., 445 Penn, Hall T., 445 Penn, Thomas L., 413, 271 Penson, james D., 413 Pent, james L., 382 Pepper, james H., 382, 261 Pepper, jennifer, 266 Peppers, Vernon Wm., 445 Perdue, Edward M., 283 Peregino, Louis A., 424 Perez, jose D., 445 Perez, Ramon E., 394 Perkins, Arnold A. Perkins, Elbert N., 445 Perkins, julian N., 286 Permar, Robert Wm., 382, 413 Perozz Perritt. i, Bruce P., 424 Paul C., 445 Perry. Donald G., 413, 189 Perry, Frank D., 424, 189 Perry, George M., 289 Perry, james L., 413 Perry, john H., jr., 424 Perry, john R., 382 Perry, joseph P. Perry, Louis W., 445 Perry, Perry. Thomas H., 445 Thomas j. 5 -' X 5 A i w ' w Qi wzong 1 gy.: ' -3 v, X . '77 .. ,QQ 5 . ' x ' .-A Wiiiy . if Ai? . Q f P '-SU ff: by a!Q'!'5-QQ ig cf f 9 .B ' ag Q,f I -w X ,wan .X -' ,L , l l ' QA -'-J-, Q3 453 T- EG ., 1 ex X Q V n fog 1 Rip ? 3, ,Q es X 54 416333 . Gifkwe-3, M' 'om Mom , " 'fff . - HGH Q Wy PZ ww QQ ,r I A f N Jxg N 'W'N"' f "" ' "" ",NNN- ,,!,,,,,, if 5, ' g ' f Q f m f If l :gf gl I IA 5. 5291 I 4 A L 34 f 5,3 -W WW?Wz m ,. su1.A?in0fw i f M .,, or . H .4 W if is L xg 1 .1QtJfN'f,1fsn my Aff '1c'9'2192s-2s'2ww . ! ' 0 , , . , .I 'I 5 0 . ., ' W I 1 - "qw, f I-EGE ' - ' , Q9 'NN up BQQK STCRE - f , - z- .Q- v ' Your Qne-St izloirr Cenfers F op Q QRS.. A Ol' l II gxur ?Cho0l xg Pplles mu H 'A A 1 ', in E 'N 1' U., c' is , 1 Q , Y m4fSxxtq,w, E- K .THF .s . M -' E 62:1 'lggqxmx' Ac ,: Q42 K -A H U, gal, A r Xu . K B Y- '31 ,l V J Q9 R4, L, ' 'XFZZ 1 if H. ' rw 4.4 g 'sw 4' " 'J' L' '! "' -3 -- .2 ,.- v W1 V my 7439 3? " X ' "' " ' ' f x 'f Rx , .,,,,f X f F, QA '., JN -5 , . 4, , , Q. S9 QQ , 9 1 Smnuse W MA! , -'um " W 'Q ' 6 . -, Af f - . Q . " f ,X sf M-J i f A ff W wr fx fx W J M. bk V X0 -1 . '.',. 1 , ' n 'L ' ,I f 5 I f X, fc x 3: 4' rf v I. -EELS WM I U 'QA if ' " Q, '-,JW S 0 'TF' A N im' ,Qc 3 i X Q1 1 ' ,t v TEXAS Anasazi -f Y ,PA S gsm - A ki' ' gf, M gTL.,,.,, ng, Q uonmmnm 1 . ig , f '.,S?fff2f..f- f ? ' ,BWsf HS'1 Q H av X G j f 'f J Q Q M ' ' Rik . .A 3 M00 QNX If . - S: 'Y' 'Q ' ,- f TS- N1 o iff? A H 9 'Q mer F O" 7K ' ' 'K f 5'5" 'vw' ' 565 ' N ' .,"fs 5 fi yi W C' Qi My W9 Q o -, w . ,fp :JJ S S H , X N Z AN., Ag A comps, .'f"M mw- 'F ' "fer Q S ml ,,x-.f f 1-.gxcr ,Q 0 3 A gf-Lg' WNW? '-EES Student Index QCONTINUEDJ Perryman, Donald L., 445 Perryman, Wm. T., 445 Perschall, Clement F. Person, james W., 152 Peters, john P. Peters, Randall H. Peters, Robert H. Quant, Victor, 383 Peterse Peterso n, Randolph A., 445 n, Christopher, 424 Peterson, Daniel Wm., 445 Peterson, Dennis L., 445 Peterson, john F. D., 424 Peterson, Keith D., jr., 249, 4 Peterso Peterso n, Lloyd W., 413 n, Ralph A., jr., 296 Peterson, Richard C., 445 Peterson, Robert C., 445, 271 Peterson, Stephen j., 445 Petro, james M.. 445 Pettefer, Sterling E., 279 Pettersen, Paul A., jr., 424 Pettibone, Fred E., jr., 445, 301 Pettigre w, George L. Pettit, Verne E., 445 Petty, Arthur V., jr., 413 Petty, F rederick C., jr. Pettyjohn, Paul W., 424 Petway, james M., 382, 259 Petzelt, john A., 445 Petzold, Bruce C., 445, 295 Peveler, Richard D., 413 Pharr, Eugene H. Pharr, Samuel H., 445 Phelps, Phelps, George F., 445 john W. Phifer, William H. Philbeck, Tommie M., 445 Phillips, Bruce W., 445 Phillips, C. E., jr. Phillips, Charles E, Phillips, Phillips, Claude R., 382 Fredric Phillips, Harriman R. Phillps, james D. Phillips, james K., 445 Phillips, james P., 413, 257 Phillips, james S. Phillips, jerry N. Phillips, jerry O., 383 Phillips, joseph E., 445 Phillips, Margaret S. Phillips, Robert L., 424 Phillips, Ronald B., 445 Phillips, Thomas L. Phillips, Thomas M. Phillips, William K., 383 Picciuolo, jonathan C., 383 Pichotta, joseph j., 445 Pickels, james M. Pickens, William R., jr., 424 Pickering, Frank H. Pickett, Barry E. Pickett, Sarajane S. 24, 271 Pielop, William E., 383, 252, 251 Pierce, jack R., 445, 271 Pierce, Larry j., 445 Pierce, Raymond F., 383 Pierce, Robert T., 383 Pierce, Steven j. Pierson, David A., 282 Pietri, Ivar A., 413 Piggott, Allan R., 424 Pigott, Henry D. Pigue, james D., 383 Pilkington, George B. Pindar, Robert E., jr., 445 Pinholster, Daniel F. Pinkerton, Robert F., 383 Pinnell, Richard D. Pinson, Raymond B., 445 Pinyan, Howard S., 445 Piper, Charles R., jr., 445 Pippin, john E. Pirkle, Russell L. Pitman, Donald G., 445 Pitoniak, Francis j., 383, 255, Pittard, Daniel E., 445, 307 Pittard, joel C., 383, 307 Pittman, Archie L., 424 Pittman, Ed P., 445 Pittman, john I., 445 Pittman, Michael R. Pittman, Travis W., 383 Pitts, David Y. Pitts, james C., 424 Pitts, Lynn M., 445 Plafcan, Daniel j., 383, 267 Platto, Stephen E., 445 Pleasants, Wm. A., 445 Pledger, Donald G. Plemmons, Phillip E., 402 Ploetz, Frederick Wm., 413 Plunkett, Luther C., jr., 445 44 272 Plymale, james R., 445 Poe, Clarence D., 383 Pogue, jack, jr. Pohl, Ronald O., 413, 293 Poland, Bill R. , Polites, Peter j., 445 Politi, Edwin P., 445 Polk, Charles D., 152 Polk, Paul E., 445, 268 Pollak, Uri Pollard, Charles R., 445 Pollard, Howard W. Pollard, Reginaod B. Pollitt, Gilbert D., 445 Pollock, Fred D. Polonsky, Louis K., 445, 268 Pomerance, Wm. A., 268 Poncedeleon, Adolfo F. Ponder, Conrad W., jr., 413 Ponder, james M., 413 Pool, Timothy D. Poole, jack C.. 445 Poole, Robert L., jr. Poore, Aubrey B. Poore, jesse H. Poore, johnny S., 424 Poore, Michael E., 445 Pope, Brent L., 424 Pope, jeffery, C., 445, 295 Pope, john W., 413 Pope, Robert'T. Pope, Wayne M., 445 Popowsky, Louis, 445 Poppell, Richard C., 445 Porter, David A., 383 Porter, Everett E., 445 Porter, james R., 445 Porter, joel S. Porter, Larry M., 413, 296 Portman, john C., 290 Portman, Michael W. Porto, jose V., 413 Portuondo, jose E. Portwood, Andrew C., 424 Poss, james C., 413 Poston, Charles B., III, 445 Poston, David L., 445 Poston, john W. Potekhen, Richard P., 383 Potter, Neil H., 445, 283 Potts, Edward A., 446 Potts, james C., 383 Potts, joe T., 446 Potts, Wallace B., 413 Potts, Willis j., 413 Poulos, Nicky j., 424 Poulsen, Stephen P., 413 Pounds, jim W., jr., 413 Powell, Cheves T., 383 Powell, Dudley C., 446, 271 Powell, Eugene A. Powell, Gerald W., 383 Powell, james F., 446 Powell, Louie j., 383 Powell, Morrell L., 446 Powell, Palmer E., jr., 446 Powell, Raymond L. Powell, Robert T., 446 Powell, Thomas j. Power, Walter T., 424, 279 Powers, Charles M., 446 Powers, David L. Powers, William j., III Prager, Kenneth A., 268 Prasthofer, Peter H., 402 Prater, jimmy L., 446 Prather, Robert S. Pratt, Harry D., jr. Partt, justin H., 413 Prempridi, Punya Prescott, Andrew Wm., 424 Pressley, Robert G., 424 Preston, john F., 383 Preston, Robert, 446, 282 Prevatte, james O., jr., 413 Prewett, james T., 413, 251 Prewitt, Douglas A. Price, Charles D. Price, Charles G., III, 446 Price, Charles M., 424 Price, Elbert L., 383, 152 Price, Gordon j., 446, 271 Price, james E., 446 Price, joseph B., 383 Price, joseph W., 383 Price, Martin A. Price, Miller H., 260, 383 Price, Robert K. Price, Robert W. Price, Samuel R., 424, 295 Price, Thomas W., 446 Price, Travis L., III, 446 Price, Wayne E. Price, William j. Pridgeon, Franklin M., 446 Pridgen, joseph O., 446, 289 Priep, Arthur F., 413, 272 Priest, Donald L., 446, 283 Prince, Richard E., 424 Prine, Harry j., 446 Pringle, Alec T. Pringle, Thomas N., 446 Pritchard, john E., 446 Pritchard, William C., 446 Pritchett, Wm. B. Pritz, Wayne L., 268 Proffitt, Robert H. Prosser, Homer T. Pruett, William A., jr., 446 Pruett, William E., jr., 413 Pruitt, james D. Pryor, Frank j., 383 Puckett, Gary L. Puckett, Michael P., 446 Pugh, George B., 446. 510, 285 Pugh, Herbert j., 413 Pugh, William E., 383 Pugh, William L., 446 Pulis, Ronald R., 446 Pullen, David H. Pullin, Ronald S., 446 Puls, Carl A. Purcell, David B., 413 Purcell, Richard L. Purdie, Williarn j., 413 Purdom, Seaton D. Purdy, james G., 446 Purkrabek, David j. Purser, Robert K. Purser, Thomas H., 286 Purvis, j. C., 413 Purvis, joseph D., 446 Purvis, William M., 446 Puryear, Paul D., 446 Puskar, joseph A., 446, 279 Putman, Timothy H.. 446 Putnam, Edward C., 445 Putnam, George P., 425, 295 Putriment, Benedict W., 402 Pye, Franklin D., 383 Pye, james B., 446 Pyle, Gary H., 446 Pyles, Thomas C., 446,271 Quarterman, Edward M. Quarterman, james H., 413 Quarterman, joseph L. Queen, Ellery E., 425 Queen, Michael L., 446 Quick, Melvin j., jr., 383 Quill, joseph S., 425 Quinlivan, Frank R., jr. Quinn, Wayne K., 383 Quinn, William D., 276 Quinn, Wm. C., jr., 446 Quinton, Earl K. Quinton, Gregory L., 446 Quirk, Mark A., 446, 289 Rabb, james M., III, 446 Rabold, Bernard L. Rachal, Ernest A. Rackley, Labron A., 446 Rader, Edward D., 446 Radney, Herschel C., 446 Radney, james N., 446, 318 Raflo, jeffrey L. Ragan, Edwin E., 425 Raghunathan, P. N. S. Ragir. Samuel E., 245, 247, 38 Ragsdale, George A., 383, 309 Raiford, Daniel M. Raines, jasper R., III Raines, Steven R., 425, 257 Rainey, David C., jr. Rainey, Richard A., 413 Rainwater, james S., 425 Rainwater, julius H., 446 Rainwater, Kenneth B., 383 Ram, jeffrey M., 268 Rambo, David B., 446 Ramirez, Agustin A., 383 Ramirez, Paul D. Ramsey, Christopher R. 3 Ramsey, Douglas G., jr.. 446, 304 Ramsey, julian L. Ramsey, Reginald N. Ramsey, Richard R., jr., 309, 41 Rand, Gerald E., jr., 383 Rand, Mortimer C., 446 Rand, Thomas B., 383 Randall, Chris T. Randall, Thomas M. Randall, Will S. Randolph. George A., 446 Randolph, Wallace A. Rankin, David j., 413 Rannefeld, David N., 446, 313 Rannefeld, Gary G. Ransbotham, james I., 446, 309 Ransom, Frederick j., 383 Rao, Gadahad K. Raper, jerry C., 413, 257 Raper, Michael D., 446 Rash, Edward A. 3, 510 Rash ed, Ahmad M. ick, David Wm., 446 Ratay, David j., 413, 257 Ratay, Dennis j., 413. 257 Ratliff, james T. Ratteree, james F., 413 Ratteree, james, jr., 425 Ratzel, Stephen R., 446 Rau, Louis B., 446 Rauchhaus, George F. Rauschenberg, David G., 384, 255 Rawlings, Kenneth, III, 277 ins, Charles O., 446, 315 Rasn Rawl Rawlins, Louis L., jr., 446 Rawls, Arthur C., 384 Rawls, Walter j. Ray, Allen, 384 Ray, David L. Ray, Homer G., III. 446, 309 Ray, james B., jr., 384 Ray, Will Ray, Will Rayburn, iam F., 446 iam L., 402, 252 Steve D., 413 Rea, Delton G., jr.. 177 irun, P., 402 Read Randall B., 276 Reablerth Readdick Terry L Reagan. jbhn A., 313 Reahard, jean F., III, 446 Reams, Terry L. Reardon, john C., jr., 446 Reaves, john M., 425 Redd. Gayle W. i Redd, R c hard E., 425 Reddick, Howell B., jr., 384, 258, 279 Reddien, George Wm., jr. Reddiii, Richard W., 384 Redmond, Thomas j., jr., 446 Redondo, jorge M., 446 Redwine, Charles D., II, 446 Reece, Gary L., 446 Reece, Robert L., 446 Reece, Virgil D., 446 Reece, Warren D., 446 Reed, Alton P., 446 Reed, Charles D., 384, 272 Reed, David M. Reed, Donald B. Reed, Dwight T., 425 Reed, Philip M., if., as4 Reed. Phillip A. Reed, Rodican P., 446 Reed, Ronald L. Reed, Samuel N., 413, 301, 251 Reeder, Stanley G., 446 Rees, jeffrey A., 446 Rees, Loren p. Reese, Reese, Reese, Reeve, Reev Reev Reev ES, BS, BS, Reeves, Reev Reev Reev Reev ES. es, es, es, Howard W., 402 Wm. E., 446 Wm. j., jr., 446 Stephen C., 446 Billy j., 425, 302 Charles R., 413 john D., 446 joseph M., 446 Michael A., 446 Richard L., 384 Robert M., 446 Warren B., 446 Rega, joseph j., 446, 283 Register, Daniel C., 446 Register, Robert S., 446 Rehder, john j. Reheis, Harold F., 384 Reich, Ricardo Reid, Billy H. Reid, Michael N., 448 Reid, Robert E., jr. Reid, Walter S., 413 Reigner, Raymond S. Reilly, j Reilly, Robert j., 384 Reinehr Reineke, Robert Wm. Reinhar Reisman, Stuart R., 384 Rembert Renault Reneau, Rem El' ohn F., 425 , Charles M., 425 t, Philip B., 402 , William E., 425 , jeffrey D., 446 Robert A., 446 jean P. A. Rentenbach, Thomas M. Renfroe, john M., jr., 413, 255, 282 e Repl Rey, ogl , james W., III, 384 i, Lawrence B. Residor Celestino Rey, Manuel Reynolds, Ben R., 446, 307 Reynolds, Craig B., 447 Reynolds. David A., 425 Reynolds, Frances j., 447 Reynolds, Freddie, 447 Reynolds, james W., 425, 254 Reynolds, joseph M., 402 Reynolds. Randall L., 425 Reynolds, Robert K., 310 Reynolds, Steven j., 447 Rezac, Rheams, eorge j. j., 413 Russell S., 413, 277 Pinter Sv Bayfield: Inc' To the Graduates of 1968 Congratulations and Good Luck ENGINEERING CRAETSMANSHIP in the Hard Cruel World. 1570 Northside Drive Arima, GQ. THE BLUEPRINT STAFF KEN MCKENZIE DIRECTOR OF SALES L GIGI'S "FINEST PIZZA ANYWHERE" Table 81 Take Out ln Atlanta 2421 Piedmont Rd., N.E. 231-4444 lGi9il 4975 Roswell Road At Belle Isle 255-2922 ln Decatur North DeKalb Center 636-7537 3899 Glenwood Road 288-1 1 88 In Athens 1075 Baxter St. LI 6-8233 4 Student Index QCONTINUEDJ Rhee, jung U., 402 Rhoads, Robert L., 447 Rhodes, Dennis R., 425 Rhodes, jackson C. Rhodes, jacob M., 447 Rhodes, james A., 447 Rhodes, Ralph K., 447 Rhodes, Ronald M., 384 Rhodes, William S., 447 Rhudy, Oscar G., 447 Rhyne, Vernon T. Ricca, john B., 447, 286 Rice, Bruce C., 413 Rice, Burton W., 425, 315 Rice, Charles S., jr., 447 Rice, Donald L., 425, 254, 267 Rice, Hugh L., III, 413, 271 Rice, Volley L., 384 Rich, Benjamin S., 309 Richard, Bruce K. Richards, Everett L. Richards, jerry A., 447 Richardson, George B., 384 Richardson, Harry G. Richardson, james T., 447 Richardson, Michael E., 447 Richardson, Ronald M., 425 Richbourg, Stephen C. Richey, Floyd T., 413 Richey, Tommy D. Richmond, Brett L., 413 Richmond, james E., 384 Richmond, Leif E., 413, 251 Richter, Ian A. Richter, Ira Z., 447, 268 Robertson, joe D. Robertson, john Wm. Robertson, jonathan B. Robertson, joseph S. Robertson, Michael K., 413 Robertson, Neal A., 413 Robertson, Wayne K., 413 Robichaud, john H. Robichaud, Robert S.. 309 Robinso Robinso Robinso n, Ben F., jr. n, Charles B., 425 n, David A. Robinson, jimmy Robinson, john I-I.. jr., 384 Robinson, Prentice M. Robinso Robinso Robinso Robinso Robinso n, Reuben D., 425 n, Richard B. n, Richard L. n, Thomas A. n, William L. Robinson, Wm. R., 425 Roche, joseph P., jr. Rockefe ller, Mark B., 447 Roddy, james W., 285 Roderick, Arthur T., 425 Rodgers, Archie D., 403 Rodgers, Brian D., 425, 282 Rodgers, Daniel L., 425, 272 Rodgers, Donald K. Rodgers. james D., 447 Rodgers, Richard T., 447, 272 Rodgers, Robert B., jr., 447, 274 Rodgers , Scott D., 384 Rodriguez, j. R., 384 Rodriguez, jorge A., 425 Roeder, Roeder, Charles H., 403 Morris L., 447, 289 Roesch, Robert Wm., jr., 447 Roesser, joseph C., jr., 447 Rogan, john B., 413, 289 Richter, Paul M., 413 Rogers, Arthur L., 384 Rickenbaker, Nicholas Rogers, Charles B. Ricketts, Rodney H. Rogers, Charles B., 152 Rickey, Robert C., 425 Rogers, David F. Ricks, Charles L., 447 Rogers, David R.. 447 Ricks, Ernest E. Rggergv Donald E, Riddle, Hugh M., 384 Rogers, Edward H., 413 Riddle, Stephen A., 447, 275 Rogers, Edward L. Ridenour, Raymond E. Rogers, joseph M., 425 Ridgeway, Robert W., 447 Rogers, joseph W., jr., 252, 260. 245, 247 Ridley, Pinckney K., 425 Rogers, Michael D., 384 Riecker, johann Georg Rogers, Nelson K. Rifkin, Russell N. Rogers, Robert O. Rigby, Derek C., 384 Rogers, Robert P. Rigdon, Henry C., Ill, 447 Rogers, Robert Wm., 413 Rigell, Alvin K., 447 Rogers, Ronald H., 447 Riggin, Wm. M. Rogers, Thomas F. Riggle, john O., 447, 304 Rogers, Thomas W., 413 Riles, George G. Rogers, Vincent j., 425 Riley, Dan B., jr., 447 Rogge, jeffrey S. Rincon, Hernan A., 403 Rinehart, Steve A. Ringers, Bruce C., 447 Roggenkamp, Charles L., 447 Rojas, Adolfo L., 413 Roja, Demosthenes S. C., 403 Rinkeft lames H. Roland, Barry L. Rinker, john G., 384 Roller, Thomas L., 384, 255, 313 Rinker, Thomas L., 277 Rollins, Charles C., 413, 261 Riordan, james M., 384, 267 Rollins, Laddie W. Ripley, George R., 384 Rollins, Roger V. Rippberger, Charles M., 425, 254 Riser, Roy E., 447 Rist, john R., 447, 301 Ritch, Douglas P., 447 Ritchie, Robert W. Ritter, Dennis F., 447 Ritter, William E., 447 Rival, joseph H., 447 Rivas, Noel E., 447 Rivers, Dale B. Roach, Charles D., 425 Roach, john K. Romine, james H., 385, 276 Romine, Karl D., 447 Romito, Dirk A., 447 Rondeau, Edmond P., 385 Ronemous, Vinson B., II Rooks, Charles G., 425 Rooks, john W., 447 Rooks, Milton P., 425 Roper, Cecil P., jr. Roquet, john E., 251, 257. 385. 252, 259 Roschach, Charles A., 296 Roschuni. Gilbert A., 447 Roach, john W., 425 Rose, Alexander, jr. Roach, Marc E. Rose, Carlos D. Roads, Charles A., 254 Rose, David R,, 313 Roan, Thomas P., 279 Robbins, Carroll B., jr., 447 Robbins, Danny R., 447 Robbins, john G., 384 Robbins, Mark E., 447 Robbs, Charles T., 290 Roberts, Allen D., 304 Roberts, David N., 413 Roberts, David R., 413 Roberts, Edward F., jr., 447 Roberts, Henry G., jr. Roberts, james A., 447 Roberts, james R., III, 413 Roberts, john j., 286 Rose, Frank W., 425, 309 Rose, Martin I., 447 Rosebush, Richard W., 385, 152 Rosell, Alberto Rosema n, Daniel B., 425 Rosenbaum, Albert B., 447 Rosenbaum, Richard H.. 414, 289 Rosenbleeth, Michael Rosinski, Michael j. Ross, A Ross, D rnold L. avid C., 425, 302 Ross, Peter A., 414 Ross, Terry, 425, 299 Ross, William L. Roberts, Larry A., 447 Rosser, Thomas A., 279 Rossi, Michael A., 447 Roth, Bruce A., 425, 293 Roth, Reinhold M., 425 Roth, Ronald D., 447 Rothe, George H., 447 Rothwell, jeffrey T., 447 Rothwell, Richard C., 425, 307 Roughton, George A., 425 Rountree, Edward G. Rountree, james E., 447, 309 Roberts, Leonard H., jr., 447 Roberts, Michael W., 447, 275 Roberts. Morris W. Roberts, Stephen N., 425 Roberts, Thomas j., 413 Robertson, David H., 425, 289 Robertson, Earl L., 425 Robertson, Frank G. Robertson, Franklin S., 447 Robertson, George W., 384 496 Rouse, George V. Roussos, George j., 385 Rovellrixx, David C., 447 Rowan, Glenn A. Rowe, Gary C., 425 Rowe. Robert G., 447 Rowland, julian A., 447 Rowley, john H., 385, 286 Roy, Dennis R. Roy, Robert G., 385, 315 Roy, Roberto R., 414 Royal, Gilbert S.. 425 Rozman, joseph T., 414 Rozman, Roy j. Rucks, Russell L. Rudden, Michael S. Rudeen, Kimball M., 447 Rudland, Robert S., 403 Rudolph, William B., 289 Rudzenski, Edward M., 425 Rue, Leslie W. Ruff, john C., jr. Ruffin, Stanley H., 447 Ruffin, Thomas M., 385, 272 Rumrill, David A., 385 Rumsey, jimmy L., 425 Runyan, james F. Ruple, Samuel L. Rush, john W. Rushin, Merrill G., 385 Rushing, Ricky E., 447 Rushing, Walter j. Russ, joseph R. Russell. Benjamin S., 447 Russell, George P., jr. Russell, Larry W., 425 Russell, Leo j. Russell, Leon j. Russell, Ralph R. Russo, Anthony P., 447 Rutherford, Ralph D. Rutland, Stanley E. Ruys. john P., 385 Ruzic, Daniel H., 447 Ryan, Bruce E., 447 Ryan, David M., 447 Ryan, john T., 447 Ryan, Patrick H., 447 Ryder, Rick Milton, 425 Ryer, Charles P., 447 Ryer, George M., 425 Ryffel, Clifford A., 403 Rykard, David L., 425 Ryland, Gordon M., jr., 385, 286 Ryles, Robert L., 447 Rynning, Eivind P., 403 Sacco, joseph E., 425 Sachs, Christian H., 403 Sachs, Steven R., 447, 268 Sadler, Randall E., 447 Saenz, Norman E. Sailors, jimmy D., 414, 251 Sakamoto, Alan D., 447 Sakamoto, Stephen M. Salgado. Hector M., 403 Salley, Edward M., jr., 385 Salloum, Tony S. Saloom, Burgess G. Salvitti, joseph M. Salzberg, jose B. Samar, Parviz, 403 Sampselle, jackson B., 414, 310 Sampson, Andrew B., 414 Sampson, Robert D., 447 Samra, Cynthia S., 266 Samra, j. A., jr., 425 Sams, Gerald W., 447 Sams, Norman L., 448 Samuelsohn, Phillip L. Sanchez. Eduardo G., 403 Sanchez, Eduardo O. Sancinito, Charles j., 385 Sanders, Charles W., 448 Sanders, Douglas R., 425 Sanders, Hugh A., 403 Sanders, james R. Sanders, james R., jr. Sanders, jimmy L., 414 Sanders, joanna O., 425 Sanders, Roscoe W. Sanders, Stanley A., 414 Sanders, T. H. B., jr. Sanders, William N. Sanders, Xenophon L. Sandler, Kenneth S., 425, 293 Sands, Donald Edward 448 Sandusky, Harold Wm., 448 Sanfilippo, Frank I. Sanford, Michael L. Sanford, Shelton P. Sang, Pengkiam M., 448 Santospago, Louis F., 425. 152 Sanver, Armagan Saperstein, Wm. A., 448 Sapp, William M., 425 Sappenfield, Roger D., 448 Sappington, james P., 425 Sappington, Michael L. Sarduy, Oscar, 414 Sarper, Mustafa R. Sartain, Kerry A., 425 Sasseville, Robert E. Satterfield, james R., 255, 261, 315 Satterfield, james Wm., 414 Satterfield, joe B., jr. Sauder, Richard L. Sauers, Isidor Sauls, john R. Saunders. Mark P., 425, 313 Sauve. Alfred D., 425 Savage, David R. Savage, john C. Savell, C. T. Saville, William S., 448 Sawyer, Wilmer T., 414 Sayford, Nelson F., 448 Saylor, Thomas R., 414 Scales, Charles D., 385 Scales, Sam A. Scandlyn, Ronald D., 448 Scarborough, Clark L., 448 Scarborough, Edward N., 414 Scarborough, William, 385 Scardina, john A., 403 Schabel, Theodore B. Schack, Edward j., 268 Schaefer, German D., 425 Schaeffer, Allen M. Schaeffer, john M. Schaffer, Robert j., 251, 385, 2 Schanker, Hal S., 448, 293 Schanker, joel C., 293 Schapira, joel R., 448 Schaufele, David M., 448 Schelhorn, Peter j. Scherer, Edward K., 448 Scherer, Stephen E, Scheuerman, Curtis H. Schier, Richard E., 448 Schiesser, Frederick Schievelbein, Vernon Schiff, David M., 403 Schiffman, Barry j. 52. 257 Schimmel, Bernard T., 448. 283 Schine, Murray L. Schirm, Frank F., III Schlageter, Nicholas, 448 Schlatter, Bernhard, 386, 258, Schlendering, Stephen, 425 Schlesinger, Francis, 258 Schliessmann, Michael, 386 Schlifke, Brian H. Schmid, George E., 448 Schmidt, Charles H. Schmidt, Peter M, Schmidt, William E. Schmitter, jorc P. Schmunk, Karl H. Schneider, Cecil Wm. Schnepfe, Dennis C., 448 Schoch. Randolph S. Schollenberger, j. M. Schrenell, Steven M., 448. 283 Schroeder, Charles B., 448 Schroeder, Leo A., 448, 283 Schroer, john W. Schulman, Mark H., 448 Schultz, David N., 403 Schultz, Lee L., 425 Schulz, Wolfgang H. Schulze, Wm. W. Schumaker, Arlyn D. Schummers, john I-I., 386 Schummers, Michael K., 414 Schuster, Robert N., 448 Schuster, Ronald R., 440 Schuster, Thomas P., 448, 282 Schwab, Harry L., 386 Schwab, james C., 302 Schwadron, Richard j., 414 Schwartz, Albert P., 414 Schwartz, Harold W., 425, 268 Schwartz, Homer H., 414, 251 Schwartz, Peter j., 386, 261 Schwartz, Phillips H., 448 Schwartz, Richard D. Schwartz, Robert I., 386, 271 Schwartz, Roger R., 448 Schwartz, Samuel R., 448, 293 Schwelm, Ross E., 448 Schwikert, Frank D. Scisson, Robert E. Scoggins, Randall B., 386 Scoggins, William H. 251 Scott, Scott, Scott, Scott. Barbara E., 414 Brent A., 448, 236 Charles Wm., II, 448 Frederick Wm. E., 448 Scott, jerry M. Scott, john L. Scott, Scott, Philip D., 448 Phillip j., 425 Scott, William A., 425 Scra Scott, William N., 249 gg s, Charles R. W Student Index CCONTINUEDI Scripps, William 1., sae Scroggi ns, Randel C., 275 Scruggs, Kirk L., 386, 315 Scruggs, Leonard M. Scruggs, Randolph B. Scruggs, Roy M. Seabolt, Charles M., 260, 386 Seals, I ames L.. 386 Seaman, Robert E., 448 Seaman, Steven W., 448 Seamon, Robert B., 152 Sears, Robert M., 295 Sears, William E. Seay, Ronald, 386 Sedgwi ck, Dwight R. Sedman, Charles B., 386 Seemer, Robert I-I. Seepo, Andrew R., 448, 315 Seevers, Eric L., 425 Segall, Leonard A., 425 Segars, Donald F. Segars, Roy, Ir., 425, 254 Segers, Ierry W. Seibert, Donald H., 448. 267 Seidler, Ioseph I. Seigler, Ioseph M., Ir. Seitz, Robert O., Ir., 275 Selber, Franklin N. Self, Freeman E., 448 Self, Io hn R., 387 Sell, Paul G., 251, 387, 259, 257 Sellars, Michael R. Selleck Sellers, Selley, , Richard H., II, 448 Edgar E. William W., 448 Sendelbach, Richard F. Sendler, Richard N. Senn, David M., 448 Serafin, Stephen L. Serafis, Iohn E. Sessa, Paul A., 403 Sessler Settle, , Stephen M., 425, 302 Iess M. Severance, Samuel W. Sevlie, Iames G., 448 Sewell, Daniel E., Ir., 414 Sewell, Earl R. Sewell, George R., 387 Sewell, Russell N., 448, 275 Sewell, William C., Ir. Sexton Sexton , Iames T. , Phillip G. Seyden, Terence I., 448 Shepherd, Iohn K., 448 Sheppard, Charles M. Sheppard, Charles T., 426 Sheppard, Harold F., Ir., 387 Sheppard, Richard R. Sheram, Frederick A. Sherman, Michael A., 448 Sherman, Robert C. Sherwood, Peter D. Shettles, Mack W. Sheumaker, Lawrence E., 448 Shibata, Tomoo, 403 Shields, Iohn R. Shiilett, Iames A. Shih, Eks E. K., 403 Shilllington, Donald V., 448 Shipley, Iohn W., 403 Shipman, Keith W. Shipp, Iohn E., IV, 448 Shipp, Michael D., 244, 387, 255 Shirley, Gary W. Shiver, David N., 448, 304 Shivers, Iulius D., Ill Shockley, Edward I., Ir., 426, 310 Shockley, Ierry L. Shonerd, David W., 387 Shook, Claude E., 152 Shores, Samuel T., 448 Short, Clyde M., 448 Short, Fred M., 448 Short, Warren W., 448 Shoultz, Kenneth W., 448 Shuler, Iohn I., 403 Shuler, Lucien B. Shulman, Robert M., 414, 293, 251 Shulmister, Gerald D., 426 Shults, Robert D. Shum, Ying K., 251, 414, 254, 259 Shuman, Iohn W., 426 Shuman, Robert W., 403 Shute, George E. Shwiff, Howard C., 448 Shypula, Daniel P., 414, 295 Sias, Iohn R., 152 Siberts. Iames B. Sickles, Richard V., 295 Sickles, Robin C., 448, 295 Sieber, Harry F., Ill Siegel, Martin M. Siegmann, Robert M. Siekonic, Iohn I. Sierchio, Iohn M., 448 Sigler, Donald H., Ir., 414 Sigman, Robert K. Siller, Sergio I. Sills, Patricia A., 414 Silver, Samuel H., 426 Simanis, Andrejs Slagh, Tim D. Slakman, Barry S., 387, 268 Slate, Richard H., 414 Slaton, William T. Sletta, Inez, 403 Sligh, Paul L. Slightom, Ernest L. Sloan, Donnie R., 387, 320 Sloane, Charles E., 449 Slusher, Iames E., 449 Small, David C. Smarr, Benson E. Smart, Iohn L., 414 Smathers, George H. Smedley, David R., 449 Smilie, Mark T., 449 Smith, Aaron I., 449 Smith, AI I., Ir. Smith, Alan D. Smith, Anderson Q., Ir., 414 Smith, Ava D., 387, 266 Smith, Benjamin M. Smith, Blanchard D., 414 Smith, Bobby E., 449 Smith, Carl A., 426 Smith, Cecil A. Smith, Cecile M. Smith, Chadwick P., 426 Smith, Charles B., 414, 251 Smith, Charles H. Smith, Clarence E., III, 449 Smith, Clark W., 289 Smith, Crawford W. Smith, David W., 449 Smith, Don C., 449 Smith, Edwin A. Smith, Edwin H., 449 Smith, Francis D., 387 Smith, Frasier M. Smith, Fred B., 449 Smith, Fredrick B., 387 Smith, Gary E. Smith, Gary W. Smith, George B., 414 Smith, George E., 449 Smith, George H., 387 Smith, George L., 449 Smith, Gerald T. Smith, Giles R. Smith, Harrington B. Smith, Iack C., Ir., 449 Smith, Iames K. Smith, Ioe M., 449 Smith, Iohn Smith, Iohn B., 426 Smith, Iohn I., 449 Smith, Iohn K., 387 Smith, Kenneth L., 394 Seymour, David C., 403 Seymour, Stuart B., 425 Shabel, Ioseph S., 425 Shackelford, Dwight R. Shackelford, George G., 448 Shackelford, Robert G. Shackelford, Walter M. Shaefer, Charles F., Ir., 448, 310 Shah, Bharat M. Shah, Surendra R. Shakill, Mohammad A. Shalley, Charles H., 414 Shamlin, Terry S., 426 Shane, Paul Y., 403 Simmons, Charles L., 448 Simmons, Edwin M. Simmons, George G., 426 Simmons, Iohn A., 448 Simmons, Iohn W. Simmons, Marion R., III, 414 Simmons, Michael G. Simmons, Reid W. Simmons, Richard T. Simmons, Robert L., 387 Simmons, Robert N. Simmons Simmons Simmons , Robert W., 387 , Stanley M., 387 , Wm. I., Ir., 426 Smith, Larry S. Smith, Macklyn R., 449 Smith, Malberry S. Smith, Mark A., 414 Smith, Mark B., 449 Smith. Martin S., Ir., 449 Smith, Marvin O. Smith, Mills B. Smith, Myles G. Smith, Oren C. Smith, Patrick C., 449 Smith, Paul B., 449 Smith, Paul D. Smith Perry E. Shang, Shank, Hen Y. H. Daniel W., 448, 307 Shannon, Linson L., 448 Shannon, Timothy M., 448 Sharp, Sharp, Charles W., 448 Robert H., 285 Sharpton, Charles B. Shauck, Iack W., 414 Shaurette. Thomas G., 426, 254, Shaver , Edwards B., 426, 302 Shaw, David R. Shaw, Elie V., Ir., 414 Shaw, Iames G.. Ir., 448, 299 Shaw, Philip W., Ir., 414 Shaw, Thomas A., 414 Shaw, William F., Ir. Shealy, Wilbur L., Ir. Shearer, Cyrus N., Ill Shearer, Scott A., 448 Shearo Shearo Shedd, n, Iames E., 387 use. Donald C. Stephen T., 387 Sheehan, Francis X. Sheehan, Mark A., 448 Shehane, Ronald F., 387 Shell, Iohn B., 426 Shelley, Robert S., 426 Shellnutt, Richard I., 448 Shelnutt, Iohn A., 387 Shelnutt, Larry W., 426 Shelnutt, Riley C. Simmons, Wm. S., 448 Simms, Duane H., 428 Simon, Gary P., 448 Simon, Iames S., 448 Simon, Ioseph Wm. Simon, Randall I., 448 Simonds, Iames W. Simonton, Kenneth W.,,414 Simpson, Allan B., 426, 302 Simpson, Guy F., 448, 285 Simpson, Steven R., 448, 309 Simpson, Wm. M., Ir., 448 Sims, Donald B. Sims, Iames T.,'449 Sims, Iohn A. Sims, Thomas E., 295 Sinclair, Iack W., 414 Sinclair, Michael I., 414 Sindell, Iohn Q., 449 Sine, George W., 387, 259, 315 Singh, Kuljeet Sink, Charles E. Sipper, Daniel Sirkin, Alan N., 403 Sirmon, Charles R. Sitton, David N. Skelley, Daniel F., 426 Skellie, Fred A., 414 Skelton, Ieffrey L., 307 Skillern, Charles T. Skinner, Frank R., ll, 387, 250 Skinner, Ronald I. Smith, Peter W. Smith, Peter W., 414 Smith, Phil N. Smith, Philip B. Smith, Philip W., 426 Smith, Quentin M., III, 449 Smith, Richard H., 426 Smith. Richard P. Smith. Robert E.. 449 Smith, Robert E., Ir., 414 Smith, Robert P., 449 Smith, Robin W., 387 Smith, Ronald M., 426 Smith, Ronnie I., 414 Smith, Roy L., 414 Smith, Rush S., 449 Smith, Russell G. Smith, Samuel M. Smith, Sheldon D., 387 Smith, Sidney F., 414 Smith, Terrence F., 387, 261 Smith, Thomas A., 449, 272 Smith, Timothy M., 449 Smith, Vernon H., 387, 309 Smith, Walter C., 449 Smith, Walter H., 414 Smith, William A., 414 Smith, William C., II, 449 Smith, William C., 449 Smith, William N. Smith, William T., Ir. Smith, Wm. N. Shelnutt, Robert R. Shelnutt, Robert W. Shelton. Michael L., 448 Shenk, Michael W., 448, 289 Shenoy, Arkal S., 403 Skinner, Skipper, Skipper, William D., Ir., 449 Iames H. Steven W. Skogland, Robert W., 387 Smoot, David M., 449, 307 Smorra, Allan G. Smyth, Walter L. Snater, Gerald M. Snead, Dale K., 387, 302 Snead, Frank E., 426 Snead, Nolan K., 388, 252, 251 Sneed, Vernon O., 449 Snell, Stephen F.. 449, 283 Snellgrove, William A., 296 Sneyd, Iames C., 449 Snider, Iohn I., 449 Snider, Thomas G. Snipes, Hugh G., 414 Snow, Charles R. Snow, Leonard N., 152 Snow, Lloyd N., 449 Snow, Robert N. Snuggs. Robert M., 403 Snyder, Daniel R., 449, 282 Snyder, Iohn D., 388, 275 Snyder, Norbert R., 268 Snyder, Paul S., 449 Snyder, Thomas M., 426, 254, 275 Snyder, William D. Soderberg, Carl A., 428 Soderberg, Iohn G., 414, 251 Sokolow, Ierry M., 446 Solak, Thomas A. Soler, German, 403 Solin, Lester L., Ir. Solomon, Haywood F. Solomon, Iames B., 449 Solomon, Ierry P. Soltani, Ali, 426 Somers, Richard I., 426 Sorrells, Paul I., 449 Sosby, Iames R., 426 Sosebee, Virgil D., 449 Sosnin, Carl Herschel, 414 Soto, Angel M., 426 Soulis, Alex K., 449 Souther, Phillip R., 449 Sowa, Peter W. Sowell, Mark S., Ir. Sowers, William R., Ir. Spalding, Raymond L., 449 Spann, George W., 388, 252, 251 Spano, Robert L., 449 Sparkman, Frank S., Ir. Sparks, Gregory R., 449 Sparrow, William C., Ir., 388, 255 Spaulding, Robert A., 426 Spear, David R. Spear, Robert T., 449 Spearman, David L. Spector, Iulianne G. Speegle, Gary E., 449 Speer. Richard N., 426 Speicher, Paul Wm., Ir. Speicher, Robert C., 414, 188 Speights, Robert M., Ir. Spence, Douglas I., 279 Spence, Gene L. Spencer, David G., 449 Spencer, Leslie A. Spencer, Lofton D. Spencer, Robert H., Ir., 280 Spencer, Warren R. Spencer, William L., 315 Sperry, David P. Spicklemire, Iames R., 449 Spielberger, Henry Spier, George E., 449 Spies, Herbert A., III Spino, Iose L. M. Spiotta, Eugene I.. 290, 152 Spivey, Woodie A., 388 Spradley, Iulian R., 388, 290 Spradling, Michael E., 426 Sprayberry, Morris B., 388 Sprayberry, Ronald E. Spreen, Allan N., 449 Spriggs, Samuel C., 388 Spring, Michael I., 449, 282 Springer, Arthur G.. 315 Springfield, Robert W., 414 Sprinkle, Wm. M., 403 Sprouse, Randall L., 449 Spurlin, Oscar L., 449 Sroka, Richard P., 414 Stabler, George R., 449 Stackhouse, Allan D., 426, 277 Stackhouse, Tracy W., 388 Stadler, Wolfram Stafford, Don I-I. Stafford, Iohn P., 286 Stakes. Benjamin E., 426, 272 Stalcup, Bruce W., 414 Staley, Harry A., 449 Stallings, George A., 449 Stallings, Iames B., Ir. Stamatakis, Emanuel, 403 Stancil, Arthur H., Ir., 449 Standifer, Paul Wm. Stanfield, Gary D., 449 Stanfield, Iohn T., Ir., 428 Stanford, Dennis L.,-414 Stanford, Iohnston H., 449 Stanford, Leland L., 388 Staniszewski, Norbert, 449 Stanley, Danny R., 414 This pencil vvas usecl tc list the advantages cf investing vvith ABCD B,,,L,,ERs, a company the size mc. ct Robinson-l-lumphrey. GENERAL CONTRACTORS 90 Rogers St., N.E. ATLANTA, GA. Here is a brokerage firm that's just big enough. Big enough to have a large full-time research staff in Atlanta, ten offices, and their own men on the floor of both major stock exchanges. Yet not so big that they don't truly appreciate your business. That's about the size of it. The Robinson-Humphrey Company MEMBER NEW YORK 8t AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGES Two Peachtree Street, N.W. I Atlanta, Georgia 49 QCONTINUEDJ Stanley, David R., 449 Stanley, joseph E., III, 449 Stanley, Robert W. Stanley, Wm. j. Stansbury, Paul S., 414, 299 Stansell, Calvin F., 449 Stapleton, james A., 282 Stapleton, Stephen H., 426 Stark, Carey T., 426 Stark, james j. Starke, Larry D., 426, 307 Starling, Wm. P., 449 Starnes, joseph W., 449 Starr, Charles E., 449 Starr, David H. Starr, Lester L., jr., 449, 280 Starr, Wilbur D. Starzer, Hubert Statts, john F., 290 Stoin, Carl F. Stechishin, Anatole M. Steele, Alvie, 388 Steele, Gary T., 449, 307 Steele, Kenneth A.. 414, 255 Steele, Richard K. Steen, Michael L., 426 Stegall, Sidney L., 414 Stehle, Edward A., Il, 388 Stein, Frederick P., jr., 449 Stein. William L., 289 Steinbach, George K., 426 Steinbauer, Frederick, 449 Steinberg, Mark, 388 Steinberg, Steven M., 449 Steindel, Steven j. Steine, joel R., 404 Steinkamp, Rene N. Steinman, Norman, 426 Stemarie, Stephen B., 313 Stemmler, Ronald E. Stendera, james W., 449 Stennett, Charles E., 449 Stephens, Calie G., 388 Stephens, john W., 310 Student Index Stovall, Clifford E., 388 Stovall, james F., 450 Stovall, Thomas B., jr., 388, 3 Stmzer, Carl W. Stover, Gerald D. Stowers, john R., 414 Strack, james E. Stracuzzi, james P., 450 Stramondo, joseph R. Straney, joseph P., jr. Strange, Charles M. Strantz, Roger j. Stratidakis, George S. Strauss, Barbara E. Strauss, Ernest G. Strauss, Sidney F. Strawn, Richard L., 450 Streb, Gerard E., 404 Streetman, William E. Stretch, Terrance T. Stribling, Stribling, john W., 450 Thomas C., 450 Strickland, Donald E., 388 Strickland, james Wm., 450 Strickland, Michael L. Strickland, Raymond j., 450 Strickland, Samuel L., 426, 275 Strickland, Sheldon G., 404 Strickland, Stephen P., 388 Strickland, Strietolmeier. james Stringfellow, Andrew, 426 Stephens, Kenneth W., 404 Stephens , Louie D., 449 Stephens, Thomas V., 388 Stephens, Thomas W., 449 Stripling, Alex W., 414 Strom, Robert B., 426 Stroup, Robert B. Stroyan, David B., 426, 272 Struble, Donald E. Struble, Roger N. Struthers, john O. Stuart, Clyde M. Stuart, j. T., ll, 426 Stuart, Mary L., 414 Stubbe, Federico M., 426 Stubblefield. Guy L., 414 Stubbs, Peter D., 414 Stuckey, jerry E., 426 Stumpf, Willard S., 450 Sturdivant, james G. Sturkey, joseph j., 426 Sturrock, james C., 404 Stutes, Ralph C., jr., 450 Su, julia F. C. Tolber Stephens, William A. Stephenson, Bruce R., 426, 279 Stephenson, Robert W. Sternberger, Alfred G., 449, 293 Sterne, Alan E. Sterrett, Noel j. Stevens, Lawrence A., 449, 313 Stevens, Royce B., 414 Stevenson, joel C., 152 Stewart, Byrne W., Ill, 426, 272 Stewart, Charles P., 414 Stewart, Donald E., 414 Stewart, Gary S., 449 Stewart, George A., jr., 249, 414 Stewart, George W., 449 Suarezdelcampo, A. Suddath, Fred L. Sudduth, Alvin L., Ill, 296 Sullinger, Edward A. Sullivan, Addison D., 388 Sullivan, Charles T., 426 Sullivan, David L., 450 Sullivan, james P., 450 Sullivan, jimmy L., 450 Sullivan, joe W. Sullivan, Richard C., 388 Sullivan, Robert j. Sullivan, Wm. G. Sultenfuss, Michael W., 450 Summers, David E., 313 Summers, Don A. Superior, Arthur F., 450, 268 Stewart, Stewart, Stewart, Stewart, Stewart, Stewart, Howard H., 385, 252 james D. joe Lyle Michael F. Neil G., III Ronald E. Stewart, Wayne E., 449 Stiles, Harold R., 414 Still, Charles A., 450 Still, james E. Stillwell, Wm. D. Stinson, john E., 295 Stires, Charles E., 404 Stires, Constance M. Stjern, Daryl C. Stockton, james R., 450 Stockton, john D. Stockton, William G. Stoddard, Spotswood D. Stokes, Henry C., 296 Stokes, james R., 426 Stone, Arthur L., 450 Stone, Gary M. Stone, George F., 450 Stone, Kurt W. Stone, Robert D., 414 Stone, Walter F., jr., 450 Stone, William D., 426 Stonebraker, Everett, 426 Stoner, Christopher S., 414 Storey, Danny R., 388 Storey, james M., 450 Storey, james R. Storey, Wm. j., 450 Story, Gordon C., jr., 426 Story, joe B., 414 Story, Lyles W. Stotler, Gary L. Stoudemayer, Wiley M. Stoudenmire, john R. 500 Summers, Richard D. Sumner, Andrew T. Sumner, james A., 414, 259, 25 Sumner, Wm. D., 450 Sumrow, Ronald G., 450 Sun, joseph C., 388 Sun, Yu S. Sundberg, Walfred E., 388 10 William W., 302, 450, 1 Sundermann, Bruce E., 414, 299 Surrency, William T. Susaneck, Morris H., 450 Sutter, Ernest M., jr., 450, 285 Suttlc, Walter G., 404 Sutton, jack D., 450 Sutton, john A. Swaim, james C., 152 Swan, joseph F., 450 Swan, Richard A., 388 Swan, William W., 315 Swank, Robert R., jr. Swann, jack W., 388 Swanson, Henry X., 388 Swart, Wm. W. Swartz, Roger K., 450 Sweatt, Robert L., 389 Swebilius, Anthony G., 426 Sweeney, Kenneth j., 404 Sweitzer, Daniel S., 426 Swerdlin, Dorn H. Swicord, Timothy M., 450 Swierenga, David M., 404 Swift, james Wm., jr., 414 Swift, Stephen T. Swinford, R. M., 394 Swint, Albert G., III, 414, 277 Swint, William B., 414 Swords, Paul G., 414 Sykes. Donald B., 450 Szablcwski, Steven j. 254, 509 Tacelosky, Robert j., 404 Taft, Guy C., 450 Takahashi, Shin l., 404 Talarowski, Steven A. Talbott, Carlos M., jr., 389 Talley, David S., 450, 286 Talley, Ted E., 450 Tallon, Ronald R., 450 Talty, Thomas F., 450 Tamm, Robert E., 450 Tang, Gordon H. H., 450 Tang, jerry, 450 Tanner, Carroll, 389, 252 Tanner, Marvin R., jr., 450 Tanner, Raymond G., 450 Tanner, William R. Tappen, Rodney M., 426 Tarkington, Daniel H. Tarter, james O. Tate, Henry I-lx, jr., 450 Tate, joseph L., jr. Tate, Thomas D., 450, 315 Tatum, George A., III Taylor, Bernard W. Taylor, C. C. Taylor, Charles D., 299 Taylor, Clyde E. Taylor, David L., 415 Taylor, Donnie W. Taylor, Edward A. Taylor, Edward C., 428 Thompson, George G., 450, 255 Thompson, Gerald B. Thompson, Howard E., jr., 415, 272 Thompson, Hughes Wm., 450 Thompson, james S., 389, 302 Thompson, joe N., 4501 279 Thompson, joseph M. Thompson, Kenneth A. Thompson, Preston T., 450 Thompson, Randall C., 450 Thompson, Randall j.. 450 Thompson, Ronald A., 450, 296 Thompson, Samuel T. Thompson, Stephen M., 426 Thompson, Steven D., 313 Thompson, Thomas D., 389 Thompson, Tommy L., III. 450, 279 Thompson, Wayman L., 426 Thompson, William C., 389 Thompson, William H., 450 Thompson, Wm. A., 450 Thompson, Wm. L., 450 Thompson, Wm. P., jr., 450 Thompson, Woodrow C., 450 Thomson, james R., 415 Thomson, james S. Thonus, Lee H., 450 Thorn e, james A., 450, 302 Thorne, Peter C. Thornton, Albert S. Thornton, john R., jr., 389 Taylor, Edward I., 450 Taylor, Eugene W. Taylor, George O., jr. Taylor, Glenn E., 309 Taylor, Harvey C. Taylor, james S., 152 Taylor, Kenneth C. Taylor, Larry H., 426 Taylor, Randolph F., 415 Taylor, Richard V. Taylor, Robert B. Taylor, Samuel R. Taylor, Stephen L., 450 Taylor, Terry E., 426 Taylor, Terry L., 450, 252, 251 Taylor, Thomas L., 389 Teague, joseph E. Teague, Wm. B., 426 Teahan, Norman S., jr. Teal, William M., 415 Tedards, jack H., 389 Tedford, Terrell L., 450, 307 Teel, Philip A., 426 Teem, Martin P., 415 Tellez, Fernando Tellez, Gerardo Temple, George S. Temples, james R., 450 Templeton. Wm. M. Tendler, jeffrey L., 450 Tennille, Thomas C. Tennyson, Rodney L., 296 Terp, Albert H. Terrell, joseph M. Terrell, Lawrence A., 426 Terry, George j., 389 Terry, William W. Terwilliger, Herbert, 450, 283 Thach, Frank F., 450 Thacker, Ted N. Tharp, Lester N. Tharp, M. K., Il, 426 Tharpe, Henry C., jr., 450, 289 Tharpe, james B., jr., 276 Themm, jeffrey j., 426 Thibadeau, james M., 450, 271 Thibadeau, john S., jr. Thornton, Richard L., 450 Thornton, Richard T., 415 Thornton, Wm. A., 450 Thorpe, Colon R. Thortsen, Leon V., 450 Thrailkill, Wayne H. Thrift, james R., 426, 299 Thron, Harry M., 404 Thurman, Harry P. Tickner, Roy A. Tieslau, Timothy B., 389 Tilchin, Harry R., 450 Till, Wallace C., jr. Tillery, Don R., 426 Tillinghast, William, 450 Tillman, james E. Tilly, Allan M., 450 Timmons, Stephen C. Tindall, james R. Ting, Chien Tingle, Douglas R., 450 Tinsley, Charles E. Tinsley, Roger W. Tison, Allan j. Tison, Wm. L. Titus, Theodore, IV, 389 Todd, Donald K., 426, 299 Todd, Herbert M., 426 Todd, james E., 450 Todd, james R., 415 Todd, Randell P., 450, 282 Todd, Robert S., 415 Todd, Wm. j., 426 Toland, Stephen Wm. Tolar, Billy j., 450 Tolar, Robert C., 245 t, Donald W., 280 Thigpen, john H., 309 Thomas, Alan M., 272 Thomas, Bobby M. Thomas, Carlton G., 404 Thomas, Charles A., 426 Thomas, Charles P. Thomas, Efton j., 426 Thomas, Franklin B., 426 Thomas, james M., 426 Thomas, james M. Thomas, jerry K. Thomas, joel E., 426 Thomas, joseph T. Thomas. Larry A. Thomas, Luther j., jr., 389 Thomas, Melvin H. Thomas, Michael B. Thomas, Michael E. Thomas, Robert G. Thomas, Robert C., 404 Thomas , Robert S., 415 Thomas, Ronald L. Thomas, Steven E. Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas . Walter B., Ill, 389 on, Robert H. on, Samuel K., 450 on, Thomas S. Thompson, Bernard Thompson, Charles H., 415 Thompson, Craig K., 415 Toler, james C. Tolleson, Stephen P., 415, 275 Tollison, Kim A. Tomas, Harry A., 389 Tomasovich, Theodore, 260, 390, 177 Tomassi, Wm. K., 450 Tomberlin, Edwin L., jr. Tomlin, Donald M., 260, 415 Tomlinson, john E., 450 Toney, Mark H., 390, 252, 251 Topolski, Francis j. Torchio, Philip, III, 450, 310 Torline, Phillip A. Torrance, Robert T., 450 Torras, Hoyt W., 450 Totten, David K. Totten, Dwight L., 404 Towery, Glen L. Townes, George A., Ill Townes, Wm. D. Townsend, Larry H., 450 Toy, james W. Tracy, james N., jr., 450 Tracy, Kirby T., 450 Tracy, Robert S. Trader, Philip T., 450 Traendly, john H. Train, Robert, jr. Trammell, Richard j., 394 Trantham, joey L., 450 Travers, james P., 450 Travis, David M. Traviss, Donald P., 251, 257, 390, 252, 258 Trawick, Irving F., jr., 390, 255, 272 Traynham, Kenneth C. Treadwell, Robert E., 390 Trebits, Robert N., 404 Trefry, Robert j., 415, 277 Treglown, Thomas A., 457 Trenholm, Andrew R. f Graduate from Cocaggola? Never! Because Cooaafuggola has the taste you never get tired of Always refreshing. That's why things go better with Coke after Coke after Coke. ...u.,..--e 1--of--A--cs ,..........Q BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA coMPANv av ATLANTA BOTTLING COMPANY COCA-COLA COMPANY OF ATLANTA Student Index ICONTINUEDI Trent. Trent, Iohn M. Stephen E. Trigg, William H., 451 Trost, Robert E. Trotter, Larry T., 451 Trotter, Leslie E. Trout, David L., 451 Troutman, Charles B. Trowell, Stephen D., 451 Truelove, Randall I., 282 Truini, Truitt, Richard I., 315 Larry S.. 426 Trujillo, Raul F., 426 Tsai, Foch Tse, Kam C., 404 Tuck, David Q., 415 Tuck, Michael S. Tucker, Donnie M., 427 Tucker, George G., 404 Tucker, Hugh C. Tucker, Iohn D., 404 Tucker. Kendrick D., 415, 285 Tucker Tucker , Richard S., 427 , Wm. W., Ir., 451, 310 Tudor, George A., 451 Tuhy, Peter M., 427, 254 Tuller, Frank N., 404 Tullis, Henry A., Ir., 451 Tullis, Ierry B., 390 Tullos, Iohn R., 152 Tunkel. Brian S. Tunon, Martin Tunstall, Brian P. Turlington, Charles D., 415 Turner, Bobby, 427 Turner, Charles F., III, 451 Turner. David B. Turner, Dewitt T., Ill. 390 Turner, Edward P., 415 Turner, George S. Turner, Harold I., Ir., 390 Turner, Iames R., III, 427 Turner, Ioseph E., 451 Turner, Kyle H., Ir., 390, 259 Turner, Paul W., 390 Turner, Richard M., 451, 302 Turner, Robert E., 451, 289 Turner, Ronald L., 390, 245, 247, 248 Turner, Weems D. Turner, Wendell E. Turner, William L. Turnipseed, George B., 415 Turnley, William G., 390 Turville, Lawrence C., 451 Tuthill, Miles C., 451 Tweedy, Ioe D. Twichell, Wallace B., 276 Twiggs, Samuel W., III Tyler, Douglas R., 451 Tyler, Frederick B., Ir., 390 Tyler, Iames L., 427 Tyler, Michael W., 427 Tyler, Thomas N., 296 Tyson, Tyson, Tyson, Henry D., Ir., 415 Michael L., 451 Terry B., 451 Tyus, Franklin L., 451 Uffelman, Iames T. Uhl, Martin E., Ir. Uhlmann, Robert F., 451 Ulery, Iohn R., 404 Ulloa, Felix A. Ulmer, Iohn C. Ulmer, Iohn R., 390 Ulrey, Chaque L., 451, 266 Ulrich, Edward, Ir., 415 Umphrey, Ronald Wm. Underhill, Albert L., 390 Underwood, Iefferson, 427, 283 Underwood, Iohn M., 313 Underwood, Ioseph R., 427 Underwood, Robert S., 391 Underwood, Wm. D., 415 Upchurch, Iames T. Urbans ki, Edmond P., 451, 267 Urquhart, Iames B., lll Usry. Emmett E., 427 Ussery. Gene L., 451, 283 Utley, Willie G., 451 Uttamasil, Lek, 404 Uttenhove, Iohn B. Uzun, Tamer, 404 Vagle, Peter M. Vail. Robert B., 404 Vainali s, Demetrios, 404 Valdes. Armando A., 391 Valente, George A., Ir. Valentin, Randolph W., 415, 315, 251 Valenti ne. Iames O., Ir., 427 Van Meter, Francis M. Van W yk, Pieter I. Vanboven, Harold I., 451 Vanbrackle, Lewis N., 427 Vance, Iohn L., 451 Vancourt, Eric A., 451 Vandergriff, Douglas, 427 Vanderhoof, Bruce C., 427, 283 Vanderhoogt, Arthur L. Vanderlan, Iohn H., 451 Vanderplaats, Iames Vanderplaats, Thomas, 451 Vanderzalm, Willem. 391, 258 Vandora, Tash I., 152 Vanhook, Cloyd F., 391 Vanhorn, Ronald E., 451 Vanhoy, Peter W., 451, 307 Vanlandingham, B. D., 391 Vanlandingham, Robert, 451 Vann, Clarence W. Vansteenbeeck, Peter Vanvolkenburgh, Wm. R., 391 Varela, Iavier De V., 404 Varnadoe, Robert L. Varsanik, Richard G. Vaughan, Eugene B., Ir., 427 Vaughan, Iames T. Vaughan, Iohn M., 415 Vaughan, Iohn T. Vaughn, David E. Vaughn, Herchel A., 451, 272 Vaughn, Iack W.. 451 Vaughn, Lenord D. Vaughn, Stephen R., 451 Vavra, Thomas G. Veazey, Thomas G., 451 Vecchio, Richard M.,415, 276 Veckman. Mark G., 427 Venugopal, V. Vereen, Harvey B. Verlander, C. A., 451 Verlander, Cary D., 451, 310 Vernay, Robert N. Verner, Ronald P., 268 Veryzer, Iohn H., 427 Vessey, Charles L. Vestal, Donald E., 451, 299 Vezey, Stanley A., 451, 289 Vick, Donald E., 451 Vickers, Iimmy C., 427 Vidana, Gaston L., 391 Viehman, William C., 271 Viener. Michael, 427 Villar, Iuan R., 427 Vincent, Robert I. Vines, Richard A., 451 Vining, Iames L. Vining, Robert M., Ir. Vining, Timothy L., 391 Vinson, Ronald Wm., 451 Vinson, William E. Violette, Iames Wm., 451 Vislocky, Michael A. Vittur, Charles D.. 177 Vitunic, Ioseph A., 152 Voeller, Iohn G., 451 Vogt, Stephen W., 451, 301 Vogt, Woodward L., 301 Voigt, Nicholas D. Volgyi, Iulius F. I., Ir. Vollaro, Richard G. Vongontard, Percy D., 451, 280 Vonhedemann, William, 307 Vonherrmann, F. H., 391, 313 Vonitter, Robert W., 427 Vonweller, Harold I., 451 Vonwerssowetz, R. O., 391 Voorhies, Kenneth O., 451 Voyles, Wyatt F., 451 Voytek, Steve, Ir., 404 Vrieslander, Iulian D., 451 Vyas, Hariharbhai I. Wabich, Martin S., III Wachob, Roger B., 415 Wachtel, David R., 415, 276 Wachter, Gary I., 451, 293 Wade, David W., 451, 302 Wade, Don E., 391 Wade, Richard P., 302 Wagner, Phillip C., 415 Wagner, Robert D., 426 Wagner, William C., 315 Wahlen. Edwin A., 451 Waindle, Michael I., 451 Wakamo, Chester L. Wakefield, David W. Wakefield, Dexter B., 415 Wald, Tilo Walden, Martin L., 415 Walding, Ierome G., 427 Waldkirch, Richard B., 451 Waldon, Brenda M., 404 Waldorf, Richard A. Waldrop, Robert D. Waligora, Michael H. Walker, Christopher I., 451, 275 Walker, Daniel W., 451 Walker, David L., 427 Walker, David M. Walker, David M., 415 Walker, Frank W. Walker, Geri G. Walker, Grayson H. Walker, Hugie B., 391 Walker, Iimmy, 391 Walker, Ioseph E., 451 Walker, Nicholas M., Ir., 415, Walker, Patrick B. Walker, Perry D. Walker, Stephen D. Walker, Thomas C., 415 Walker, Warren L., 451 Walker, William G., III Wall, Iohn E., 451 Wall, Iohn M. Wall, Iohn R., 451 Wall, Iohnny B., 391 Wall, Peter I., 391 Wall, William E., 451 Wall, Wm. E., Ir. Wallace, Arch L., 427 Wallace, Donald Wm. Wallace, Iohn M., 391 Wallace, Michael D., 391, 272 Wallace, Paul E., 415 Wallace, Phillip R., 451 Wallace, Ronald D., 451 Wallace, Stephen I., 427 Wallace, Thomas H., 451 Wallace, Wm. P., 451, 152 Wallen, Louis, 451 Waller, Richard H., III, 415 Waller, Thomas H., 451 Waller, Thomas I., 404 Waller, Timothy E., 427, 254 Wallis, William B. Walls, Charles L., 415 Walraven, Morris P., 451 Walsh, Iames A., 405. 251 Walsh, Iames L., Ir., 415 Walters. Iames C., 509 Walters, Louis Y., 451 Walters, Robert E., 391 Walters, Thomas E., 391 Walters, Wayne M., 427, 293 Walton. Iohn G. Walworth, Iimmy H., 415 Wanner, Thomas C., 415 Wansley, Neal M., 451 Warburton, Robert E., 427 Ward, Alvin B., 451 Ward, Cecil R., Ir., 391 Ward, Gary P., 391, 251 Ward, Henderson C., Ir. Ward, Ierry I., 315 Ward, Kenneth I., 391, 315 Ward, William S., 391 Ward, Wm. C. Wardle, Robert, Ill Wardlow, Walter S., 451 Ware, Clyde D., Ir. Ware, Herbert A. Ware, Iohn R., 451 Ware, Robert L., 391 Ware. William N., III, 391 Waring, Gordon W., 427 Warm, Iohn H. Warnock, Ralph P. Warnock, Robert Wm. Warren, Harry C. Warren, Iames A. Warren, Iohn D., 249, 427 Warren, Kenneth M. Warren, Michael W. Warren, William I. Warrington, Charles S., 451 Warschoff, Bruce Warshaw, Ierry D. Warsi, Nazir A. Waschka, George A., Ir., 391, 255, 279 Washington, Robert I., 309 Waters, Herbert L., Ir., 427 Waters, Howard D.. 391 Waters, Hugh R., 451 Waters, Iohn L., 391 Waters, Paul H., 415 Waters, Philip A., 451 Watkins, Iohn D. Watkins, Iohn I. Watkins, Kenneth S., Ir., 427 Watkins, Larry R., 451 Watkins, Raymond D., Ir., 451 Watring, Kent M. Watson, Francis X. Watson, Gary G. Watson, George F., Ir. Watson, Gerald I., 260, 391 Watson, Howard L., 451 Watson, Iames R. Watson, Iohn P., 427 Watson, Marion S., 391 Watson, Michael B., 451 Watson, Michael D., 415 Watson, Robert S. Watson, Thomas I., 451 Watson, William M., Ir., 252, 251 Watson, Wm. S. 189 Watts, Dean P. Watts, Gilbert H., Ir., 451, 279 Watts, Oliver S., Ir. Watts, Walter G., ll Wavle, Gordon R., 427, 272 Wayman, Charles L.. Ir., 415 Ways, George A., 451, 302 Weathers, Edward A., Ir. Weathers, Iames M., 427 Weaver, David P. Weaver, Earl M., 391, 252, 301 Weaver, Gabriel H. Weaver, George L., 451 Weaver, Gregory S., 451 Weaver, Ierry W., 415 Weaver, Iohn B. Weaver, Leroy E., 427 Webb, Charles A. Webb, Harvey B., 451 Webb, Hulan S., 451 Webb, Ioseph R., 427, 254 Webb, Lewis I., 427 Webb. Robert E. Webb, Wayne P., 280 Webb, Wayne S., 427 Weber, Frank T.. 427 Weber, Robert R., 299 Weber, Steven P., 313 Webster, Daniel A., 451, 313 Webster, Gary W., 405 Webster, Scott T. Wedincamp, Thomas V. Weeks, Allan D., 299 Weeman, Stephen K., 177 Wehmeyer, David P., 405 Wehner, Paul B. Wei, Nan, 405 Weidel, Lawrence W. Weiland, Gerald M. Weiler, William I., 415 Weinstein, Michael N., 451, 293 Weintraub, Lawrence H. Weiss, Howard G., 427, 268 Weiss, Kenneth W., 397 Weiss, Roger H. Weitzner, Larry H., 415 Welborn, Robert E. Welch, Cleveland D. Welch, Iames C., Ir., 452 Welch, William C., 452, 315 Weldon, Larry E., 452 Wellborn, Daniel I., 452 Wells, Calvin R., 452 Wells, Camille M., 452, 266 Wells, Charles E., 427 Wells, Howard R. Wells, Ioseph E. Wells, Michael L., 427 Wells, Richard P., 452, 283 Wells, Robert D., 415 Wells, Samuel L., 452 Wells, William D., 452 Welsh, Carolyn I., 452 Wen, Fu C. Wendell, Douglas E., 405 Wendenburg, Carl A. Wensel, Ronald R., 452 Wentworth, Lloyd G., Ir. Wenzel, Ronald D., 427 Werkheiser, Alvin L., 452 Wertheimer, Stanley I. West, Ben H. West, Donald D. West, Iames R., 452, 301 West, Karl R., 452 West, Michael L., 415 West, Morton S. West, Stephen B., 452 West. Stephen O. West, Terry L., 452, 296 West, William C., III, 415 Westberry, Hugh H., 415, 309 Westerman, David I. Westerman, Richard V., 405 Westine, Leslie Wm., Ir., 415, 259 Weston, Charles P., 452, 315 Wey, Iohn D., 427, 279 Whaley, Iohn C. Whalin, Michael I., 452, 302 Wharton, Russell P., 405, 259 Whatley, Iulian A. Whatley, Marcus E. Whatley, Michael G. Whatley, Neal D., 452 Wheeler, Charles A., 427 Wheeler, Donald S., 415 Wheeler, Iames D. Wheeler, Richard G., 392, 261 Whelan, David L., 415, 259, 299 Whelchel, Ioseph H. Wheless, William P., Ir. Whiddon, William M., 452 Whigham, Ioseph K., 452 Whisnant, Richard A., 405 Whitaker, Ioseph W., Ir., 452 White, Daniel B., Ir., 452 White, Daniel C., 452 White, George E., III, 405 I A Thomas L., 427 Wood, Student Index QCQNTINUEDJ Vt'hite, Harvey G., 415 White, james M. White, john H., 392 White, john H., jr. White, Langfred W. White, Larry S,, 452 White, Randall R., 427 White, Robert 1., 452 White, Robert W., 392 White, Roland H., 427 White, Ronald A. White, Ronald T. White, St White, St ephen H., 427 ephen H., jr. White, Thomas A., 415 White, Tyrus M. White, Walter A., 452 White, William A. White, William'H. White, William O. Williams, Fred Williams, George P., jr., 452 Williams, Gordon E., jr., 415 Williams, Grenes E., 452 Williams, Hensley C., 427 Williams, Hiram P., 452 Williams, Howard j., 392 Williams, jacque L. Williams, james A., jr. Williams, james B., jr., 452 Williams, james T., 427 Williams, jimmy F., 427 Williams, joel C. Williams, john A., jr. Williams, john C., jr. Williams, john Q., jr. Williams, john R., 392, 259 Williams, john W., 452, 309 Williams, joseph H., 452 Williams, Larry E., 452, 152 Whited, Everest A, Whitehead, Earl j. Whitehead, Harlan D. Whitehouse, john C., 452 Whitehurst, Wm. A., jr., 290 Whitener, George D. Whitener, Michael K., 427 Whiting, George L., jr., 452, 296 Whitley, Bruce W. Whitley, james A., 452 Workman, john W., 453, 30 Wilson, St Whitley, Ronald j., 427 Whitley, Terrance R., 452, 279 Whitlock, Larry A., 452 Whitlock, Rufus E., jr. 452 Whitlow, Whitlow, Whitmire Timothy E., 452 William G., 452 , Derrick L., 427, 299 Whitmire, Larry A., 452 Whitmire, Ronald N. Whitten, julian C. Whittenburg, james P., 415 Whitenburg, William, 392 Whitwort h, Ernest A. Whitworth, Walker H., 452 Wicks, Laurie D., 392, 258 Wickwire, Torry D. Widegren, Gerald B., 309 Widinc amp, joseph P. Wienkoop, Glenn R. Wier, Emmett L., 452 Wigfall , Robert T. Wiggins, C. A. Wiggins, Charles L. Wiggins, Robert L. Wilbanks, William W. Wilborn, Barney G., 427 Wilcox, Arthur M., jr., 392, 265 Wilcox, Eric D., 152 Wilder, George D., 452 Wilder, Michael E., 415, 279 Wilder, Wm. B., 452 Wiley, Hubert W. Wiley, james Wm., 427 Wiley, Wiley, Randy B. Ronald L., 415 Wiley, Susan L., 415 Wilhite, Boliver H., 427 Wilkes, Gerald j. Wilkes, Gregory C., 452, 272 Wilkie. Wilkie, Sharon E., 452 Wm. H., jr. Wilkinson, Donald E. Wilkinson, john S. Wilkinson, Randal V., 452, 309 Willard, Oliver T., 452 Willcox, james G. Willcox, Wm. N., jr., 452 Willeford, Raymond F. Willett, Harold E., jr. Williams, Bill S. Williams, Bruce H., 452, 289 Williams, Carroll E., 415 Williams, Williams, Williams, Maryon j., jr., 259, 245, 392, 252 Williams, Michael B., 415 Williams, Michael C. Williams, Michael G., 415 Williams, Michael S. Williams, Nancy j., 452 Williams, Neal M., 415, 259, 251 Williams, Williams, Williams, Williams, Williams, Williams, Williams, Williams, Williams, Williams, Williams, Williams, Williamso Williamso Williamso Williamso Williamso Williamso Williamso Williamso Norman W., 452 Olin A., 405 Philip L. Richard B., 427 Robert D., 427 Robert L. Robert R. Ronald D. Samuel A., 392, 245 Thomas H. Thomas P., 452 Wm. D., 452 n, Alvin V. n, Daryl n, Eldrid G. n, john Wm., 452 n, joseph S., 296 n, Lowell A. n, Marshall n, Rickie L. Willis, Carey N., 415 Willis, Donald E. Willis, Ernest N., 452 Willis, Lenford N. Willis, Robert N. Willis, Thomas A. Willis, Warren C. Willis, Wayne S., 405 Wills, David B. Wills, jam Wilmot, R es R. aymond D. Wilson, Christopher L., 452 Wilson, Douglas H. Wilson, Frank M., 427, 254 Wilson, Frank M., 392 Wilson, Franklin M. Wilson, George M., 415 Wilson, jo Wilson, jo Wilson, jo hn H., jr., 427 l'tl'l L., lll, 392, 251 hnny A., 452, 282 Wilson, Letha L., jr., 427 Wilson, Peter A., 452 Wilson, Peter H., 452 Wilson, Ralph B., jr., 245, 392, ephen S., 415, 251 Cecil A., 452 Charles E. Williams, Charles R., 452 Williams, Chesley G., 392 Williams, Clarence O, Williams, Clifford E. Williams, Clifford L., 452 Williams, Colouitt L., 258 Williams, Cratous L. Williams, David H., 452 Williams, David L., 415, 258 Williams, David M. Williams, Dennis K., 392 Williams, Williams, Dennis M., 415 Frank R. Wilson, Thomas Wilson, Thomas C. Wilson, Thomas F., jr. Wilterrlink, Meredith, 415 Wimsatt, Stephan E., 452 Windsor, David W., jr., 392 Windsor, Philip C., 452 Windsor, William D., jr., 415 Wingo, Charles M., 427 Wingo, Marshall D. Winkle, David P., 452 Winn, Gary C. Winn, Robert W., 405 Winship, William D., 286 Winson, Andrew W., 452, 280 Winston, julian B. Wirz, Brian M., 282 Wise, Wm. R., jr., 509, 315 Wiseman, Philip M., 392 Witt, David E., 392 Witt, Roy M. Witte, Gary A. Witten, Mark S., 392, 293 Witzel, joseph F., 452 Woelfl, Larry D.. 427 , 248 271 Wojcik, james F., 280 Wolfe, Wolfe, Richard C., 152 Vinton L., jr., 452 Wolfson, Barry j., 452, 268 Womack, Dennis R. Womack, Everett H. Wong, Wilson, 452, 296 Wood, Wood, Christopher L., 452 Christopher M., 452 Wood, David W., 452 Wood, Donald E. Wood, Early W. Wood, jerry W., 452 Wood, john T., 453 Wood, Mark A., 453 Wood, Robert E., jr. Wood Wood Wood all, Michael T., 295 all, Timothy M. ard, john D., 453 Yancey, Edwin F., lll, 393 Yancey, james W., 453 Yancey, Patrick C. Yancey, Wayne C. Yandow, David A., 453 Yang, Chia C., 405 Yang, Constant Yang, Ping P. Yao, Shih L., 405 Yarborough, Thomas S. Yarborough, Victor A., 315 Yarbro ugh, john R., 393 Yarbrough, Larry B., 427 Yarbrough, Michael E., 393 Yates, Yates, Pierce A. Wm. M., jr., 453 Yawn, Beverly G., 453, 266 Woodard, William K., jr., 392 Woodbridge, Robert K., 427 Wooddy, joseph L. Woodhull, Maury T., 152 Woodhurst, Robert S., 301 Woodlee, Richard H., 405 Woodruff, Albert j., 427, 304 Woodruff, Carlysle W., 453 Woodrum, Arthur Woods, William R., 453 Woodson, William B. Woodward, George C., 397 Yawn, Larry M. Yeargan, Victor B., jr., 415, 313 Yearta, George M., 453 Yeh, Ho M. Yehsakul, Phongsak D. Yekalis, Stanley E. Yelin, Norman B., 453, 293 Yellin, Steven D., 453, 293 Yen, Chi K., 453 Yen, Howard H. Y. Yen, Yu S. Yenawine, Arthur C. Yip, VVai H., 393 Yocum, Charles E. Yoon, Yo K., 405 Woodward, james D., 392 Woodward, Richard Woodward, Roger P. Woolard, john L., jr. Wooldridge, Terry L., 453 Woolen, james R. Woolf, Woolf, Alan M. Wm. W., 453 Woolley, Herbert C., 415 Woolley, james S. Worde Work, n, john R. Dan T., jr. H., 427, 295 1 Worley, Michael W., 453, 282 Worman, Robert A. Worsham, David R., 392, 251 Wotier, Edward j. Wrege, Wren, Douglas E. Douglas E., 427, 271 Wren, Tyler E., 272 Wright, Arthur Wm., lll, 453 Wright, Brian D., 415, 295, 251 Wright, Charlie B., 453 Wright, Christopher E., 453, 285 Wright, Douglas W., jr. Wright, Francis H. Wright, james A., 392 Wright, james G. Wright, james L., 392 Wright Wright , jerry A., 415 , joe T., 307 Wright, john H. Wright, john R., 392 Wright, Larry L. Wright Wright , Mary A. j. , Richard D. Wright, Robert, 453 Wright, Robert B., 453 Wright Wright , Terry , William C. Young, Arthur R. Young, Charles T., 893 Young, Charles W., jr., 393 Young, Dewey V. Young, Howard M. Young, Larry R., 453 Young, Lawrence K., 453 Young, Lloyd W. Young, Marion L. Young, Maynard E., jr. Young, Michael M., 393 Young, Ray C., 405 Young, Raymond E., 252 Young, Raymond W., 415 Young, Robert F. Young, Robert L., 245, 393 Young, Roy V. Young, Steven F., 453 Young, Victor Y. C., 405 Young, William S., 415 Youngblood, john T., 453, 282 Younger, Phillip E., 393 Yu, Hsiao P. Yuan, Hsinshan, 405 Yunkus, Richard A., 453 Zacharias, Michael C. Zagarola, Stephen W. Zahler, Clarence E., 453 Zahner, jay R. Zahrn, Thomas W., 415 Zakrzewski, Karol j. Zalantis, Paul N., 427 Zalmai, Ghulam j., 427, 254 Zampell, Roger j., 427, 315 Zarak, Raul A. Zawoysky, Ronald j., 427 Zehms, Wayne C., 453 Zehr, Mary V. Zeigler, Glynn A., 453 Wrightsman, john M. Wu, Der C. Wu, Huai Y. Wu, jackson H. Wyatt, Marvin M., 427 Wyche, Henry B., jr. Wycherley, David H. Wyckoff, john S. Wylly, Robert L., lll, 393, 282 Wyner, David E., 453 Wynn, jack L., 427, 272 Wynn, Richard H., 393 Wynn, William M. Wynne, jeffrey A., 453 Wyont, Larry C., 245, 393 Wysong, Gordonj. Wysong, Michael j., 453 Wysowski, Charles H., 453 Wyzga, Michael A., jr., 427 Yaffe, Robert j., 393 Yaksh, Michael C., 427 Yale, john R., 453 Yamada, Hisao, 405 Yamaoka, Takashi, 453 Zeigler Zeigler , joel C., 453 , Michael G., 453 Zelnak, Stephen P., jr. Zeman, Stephen M. Zemek, Michael C., 453 Zenzel, Kenneth M. Zickos, james F. Ziegler, john A. Zielsdorff, George F. Zimmer, Robert P. Zimme rman, C. D. Zimmerman, Mike E. Zimme Zimme rman, Robert L., 289 rmann, Walter, 405 Zink, Stephen C., 453 Zirczy, Geza N., 415 Zirin, Lawrence A. Zitomer, janie L., 453 Zivitz. Maury Zodrow, Christopher N. Zovne, jerome j., 405 Zunde, Pranas Zweig, Max W., 453 Zygmont, Paul F., 453 Zyki, Leonard C., jr., 427 List of Advertisers IBM IVAN ALLEN WILBY-KINSEY THEATERS CONE MILLS COTTON PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION CAPITAL AUTOMOBILE COMPANY MAC DOUGAL CONSTRUCTION COMPANY ROBERT AND COMPANY ASSOCIATES MEAD CORPORATION GEORGIA TECH ATHLETIC ASS'N. FRIEDMAN'S SHOE STORE BROOKS-ALLISON THE VARSITY DRIVE-IN ENGINEERS BOOK STORE GASPAR WARE PHOTOGRAPHERS BALLARDS DISPENSING OPTICIANS DUX-MIXTURE HARDWARE INC. ARISTOCRAT ICE CREAM COLLEGE INN AND COLLEGE INN BOOKSTORE POTTER AND RAYFIELD, INC. GIGI'S PIZZA THE BLUEPRINT STAFF ABCO BUILDERS, INC. THE ROBINSON-HUMPHREY COMPANY ATLANTA BOTTLING COMPANY COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY OF ATLANTA GEORGIA BLUEPRINT CO. Administration ....... General Index ......90-99 Advertisements ......... ....... 4 66 Aerospace Engineering. . . .... 108-109 Air Force ROTC ....... .... 1 46-147 Alpha Epsilon Pi ..... .... 2 68-269 Alpha Phi Omega .... ....... 2 16 Alpha Tau Omega .... .... 2 70-271 Alpha Xi Delta ...,. ..... 2 66 Alpha Y Phalanx. . . . . . 234 AMA .......... Anak Society . . . .....221 .......248 Architecture ......... .... 1 10-111 Army ROTC .......... .... 1 44-145 Baptist Student Union . . . .... 240-243 Barbell Club ........... ....... 2 19 Baseball ............ .... 1 76-178 Basketball ..... .... 1 68-175 Beauties ....... ...... 2 0-27 Beta Theta Pi. . . .... 272-273 Biology ........ ..... 1 12 Blueprint ......... .... 1 96-199 Briarean Society . . . .... 256-257 Bulldog Club ........ Ceramic Engineering. . . . .....214 .....113 Chemical Engineering .... .... 1 14-115 Chemistry ............. .... 1 16-117 Chi Phi ....... . . . Chi Psi ........ Circle K .............. . . . . 274-275 .....277 .....222 Civil Engineering .......... .... 1 18-119 Co-op Club - Section I Cross Country .......... Dames Club ........... Delta Sigma Phi .... Delta Tau Delta .... Delta Upsilon ..... Delta Kappa Phi ..... .....223 ...182 .....217 . . . . 278-279 . . . . 280-281 .....282 .....261 Drama Tech ............ .... 2 10-211 Electrical Engineering .... .... 1 20-121 Engineer ,............. .... 2 06-207 Engineering Graphics .... ..... 1 22 Engineering Mechanics. . . ...... . 123 English ............... .... Eta Kappa Nu ........ Executive Roundtable .... Fifth Year Architects . . . Flying Club ......... Football ........... Freshmen . . . Gamma Psi. . . Glee Club ........ Golf ,............. 124-125 .....259 ....233 .....394 .......227 . . . . 152-167 . . . . 428-453 ....236 .....212 .....189 Graduate Students .... .... 3 95-405 Gym .................. ....... 1 87 Industrial Engineering ...... .... 1 26-127 Industrial Management Information Science . . IM Honor Society .... Interfraternity Council ISO ................ Iuniors .............. Kappa Alpha Order. . . 506 ....128-129 .....130 . . . ...... . 260 . . . .... 264-265 .....224 . . . . 406-415 . .... 284-285 Kappa Kappa Kappa. . . Kappa Sigma ....... Koseme ............ Lambda Chi Alpha .... Mathematics .......... Mechanical Engineering Modern Languages .... Navy ROTC .......... Nuclear Engineering . . . Omicron Delta Kappa. . Pershing Rifles ........ Phi Delta Theta ..... Phi Epsilon Pi . . . Phi Eta Sigma ...... Phi Gamma Delta . . . Phi Kappa Phi .... Phi Kappa Sigma .... Phi Kappa Theta .... Phi Kappa Tau .... Phi Sigma Kappa .... Physical Training .... Physics .......... Photo Club ...... Photo Credits .... Pi Kappa Alpha. . . Pi Kappa Phi .... Pi Tau Sigma ..... Rambler . . .' .... . . . . Ramblin' Reck Club . Research ........... SAM ................ Scabbard and Blade . . . Seniors .............. Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . Sigma Chi ............ Sigma Nu .......... Sigma Phi Epsilon ..... Sigma-Y-Phalanx .... Soccer ........... Social Science . . . Sophomores ..... Sports Car Club. . . Student Council. . . Swimming ....... Tau Beta Pi ........ Tau Kappa Epsilon .... T-Club ............. Technique ........ Tennis ............. Textile Engineering .... Theta Chi .......... Theta Xi ......... Toastmasters . . Track ............ Vets Club ............ Wesley Foundation .... Who's Who in American Colleges . . . . . . WSA ................ WSF .... WREK ..... Wrestling . . . Y-Cabinet . . . . . . 316 286-287 . . . 249 288-289 132-133 134-135 . . . 131 148-149 136-137 246-247 . . . 230 290-291 292-293 . . . 254 294-295 252-253 296-297 . . . 267 298-299 300-301 . . . 137 138-139 228-229 508-509 302-303 . . . 283 . . . 258 204-205 . . . 215 100-107 . . . 220 . . . 255 358-393 304-305 306-307 308-309 310-311 . . . 236 . . . 183 . . . 141 416-427 . . . 226 192-193 . . . 186 250-251 312-313 . . . 218 200-203 . . . 188 142-143 314-315 . . . 276 . . . 237 179-181 . . . 231 240-243 244-245 . . . 225 . . . 235 . . . 213 184-185 ...232 SPECIFICATIUNS The 1968 BLUEPRINT was printed by the offset lithography process by the Taylor Publishing Com- pany, Dallas, Texas. The first 28 pages are printed on 80 pound Mead's Dull Enamel. The balance of the book is printed on 80 pound Warren Matte. The cover was produced by Taylor and binding was also executed by Taylor. Type face is Melior. Color films used include Kodachrome Il, Ekta- chrome X, High Speed Ektachrome, High Speed Ektachrome Type B, and Agfachrome. Black and White films used were Kodak Plus-Xl and Tri-X. Predominantly Nikon equipment was used with the exception of the Greek group shots which were shot with Bronica and Hasselblad ZM1 cameras. Lenses used ranged from 21 mm to 500 mm. The layout style is modified Mondrian. 7 15-9 . .,,,., ff'- 4 u Y 11"-'Ili '11, Al fl 1 Y vu fav.- fq, fu , 'WOO' I f i v ,VM -.,4 O wma... aj, w 1 W 1 - - 1 w 14 nys AQ' v K , z a ' 1 , . W 1' , 1 Q g, -1 , "-, fs . 5 L ' ' N Q f X uQ 4 'L ' 5 . 1 if?" egg 'ks V9 19" W1 4. qi I- ,, L ia, . Mm A 5 gy Q f- w UQ. K4 4 'Vi - Ei it 'L :ea ' fr 1 M ff: iff! 3 FV , W.. . 'Yip V , 1 al 3 , 'W nf , 5' vi 41,91 "if-7 ' :Zh 4' . ,gf 5 .,,, ' ', J-- I ,'.- fig 'N +kz,.2s4A3,,, , 535' 1 ,ii,,, " 'awfargt HK' M, 1- 'Q ,M L, W ...fiflyx - .52 Mg 'EN Qi: J .JWAX ' " IQ ' fab, , ' ' 'W - ,V 55 Q, , Photo Credits 1. IIM MARTIN - Photography Editor - Varsity Basketball, Baseball, Academics, Publications, Organizations, Fraterni- ties, Intramural Sports, Activities, Breaker Pages, Fraternity Group Shots, Features. 2. RICK IOI-INSON - Color, Varsity Football, Baseball, Track, Tennis, Administration, Fraternities, Organizations, Activi- ties, Intramural Sports. 3. ALAN MCGEE - Varsity Basketball, Gymnastics, Wrestling, Swimming, Breaker Pages, Intramural Sports, Academics, Or- ganizations, Fraternities, Activities, Features. 4. ED MATHIS - Varsity Basketball, Baseball, Golf, Academics, Features, Organizations, Intramural Sports, Activities. 5. STEVE LYLE - Color, Varsity Basketball, Wrestling, Base- ball, Track, Golf, Academics, Organizations, Fraternities, In- tramurals, Activities. 6. BILL GHILDRESS - Color, Varsity Football, Basketball, Cross Country, Baseball, Track, Tennis, Department I-leads, Aca- demics, Organizations, Administration, Publications, Break- ers, Features, Intramural Sports, Activities, Research. 7. IIM WALTERS - Varsity Wrestling, Baseball, Academics, Ac- tivities. NOT PICTURED BILL WISE - Varsity Baseball, Fraternities, Activities, In- tramural Sports. BILL STRICKLAND - Varsity Baseball, Tennis, Basketball, Fraternities, Activities, Intramural Sports. IOHN OWEN - Varsity Track, Baseball, Activities. RON PEARL - Varsity Track. BRUCE OWINGS - Organizations. BARRY FOLSUM - Fraternities, Varsity Baseball, Intramural Sports. RON OGLETREE - Breaker Pages. LOUIS MITCHELL - Fraternity Group Shots. K2 3 xxgg ' X xx Ill OR I . V S I 7 I 4l U 5 a X ' ZA ' i 1 1. Ron Ogletree Editor 2. Fred Hedrick Business Manager 3. Bill Childress Associate Editor 4. Mike Hinson Managing Editor 5. lim Martin Photo Editor 6. Perry Schwartz Advertising Manager 7. Tom Fletcher Academics Editor 8. Iohn Keys Greek Editor 9. Richard Ramsey Editorial Assistant 10. George Pugh Editorial Assistant 11. Charlie Norris Organizations Editor Epilogue The day is Registration, Spring quar- ter, 1968. Having just finished the last page, I sit here pounding away with a very sore Index finger and very blood- shot eyes. The mood is not one of ela- tion or sadness - I'm too tired for such expensive emotions. This is an attempt to justify the other 511 pages of this vol- ume. If you have ever seen a copy of BLUEPRINT 1967, you might think this was Volume II of that publication. I would be honored if you thought that. Hopefully we were able to stay close enough to that volume to have a good yearbook, but also able to vary from it enough to give you new yearbook. We approached the task from the stand- point of trying to offer something you would like now, and appreciate later. We tried to take the everyday things - the little things that maybe you don't really think about as being a part of your life here at Tech. And we also tried to take the once in a lifetime things -the moments that time erased as quickly as they had been created. My thanks to the 1968 staff for making my job an inter- esting, if not easy, task. Ron Ogletree IN MEMORIAM STUDENTS David L. Bagwell Iohn D. Oliver FACULTY Ralph A. Hefner 'a Q' F 9 1 2 2 Z E EI s E E Q E i Z Q Q 21 5 5 P f I E E A 2 5 ii Q E if 2 5 S E Z 2 2 ,mwMm, . ., ,,.A - .i. ..,, .,. M MWMUuMM , .. ,,, m., . ...M . ..,,.. . .,. mm ...., MMWU ,.KML Mu,MM- ,.,,Y ..,..4. MM,Mf . . . Av.. mwwhw, ,.m WU ,,..,... MM ,., W MH-HWWWMMw,,MmMMW H.w.M mHMMWWMmWmM3 ry , , v, ,, , ,X-,Q .u r. fr." .1 , J Al,?i.E,J iv ' ,. .i 'Z A .- .,. S ' 'QWCS' x , 1 , 'X M'


Suggestions in the Georgia Institute of Technology - Blueprint Yearbook (Atlanta, GA) collection:

Georgia Institute of Technology - Blueprint Yearbook (Atlanta, GA) online yearbook collection, 1962 Edition, Page 1

1962

Georgia Institute of Technology - Blueprint Yearbook (Atlanta, GA) online yearbook collection, 1963 Edition, Page 1

1963

Georgia Institute of Technology - Blueprint Yearbook (Atlanta, GA) online yearbook collection, 1967 Edition, Page 1

1967

Georgia Institute of Technology - Blueprint Yearbook (Atlanta, GA) online yearbook collection, 1969 Edition, Page 1

1969

Georgia Institute of Technology - Blueprint Yearbook (Atlanta, GA) online yearbook collection, 1970 Edition, Page 1

1970

Georgia Institute of Technology - Blueprint Yearbook (Atlanta, GA) online yearbook collection, 1971 Edition, Page 1

1971

1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
FIND FRIENDS AND CLASMATES GENEALOGY ARCHIVE REUNION PLANNING
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.