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1957 Published by the students of North Carolina State College Raleigh, North Carolina Bill Graham Editor-in-Chief Richard Teague Business Manager agromeck TABLE OF CONTENTS THE COLLEGE 16 CLASSES 66 ORGANIZATIONS 174 MILITARY 224 FRATERNITIES 272 FEATURES 310 ATHLETICS 336 STATE . . . the buildings . . . the people .. . the attitude . . . the learning . . . the essence of State College . . . giving it its own personality . . . reflecting a mode of thinking that sets it apart ... making it a way of life obvious to all but often overlooked in the necessary scramble for knowledge ... much is to be remembered ... much is left unsaid but still expressed symbolically .. . • • • a campus that is traditionally old • • progressively modern • • • always familiar • • • and always changing • • first impressions that suggest the ... the variety • • the of student life ... . and it rained, changing the mood .. but only temporarily for there are people everywhere ... going and and working ... lending the atmosphere of continuous activity ... those endless lectures that hours of concentration . . . study .. research ... the withdrawal into solitude to accomplish a purpose .. . that at times is eluding ... a break ... coffee and conversation . . . then the books again ... long into the night ... . . . that which is long and impatiently awaited ... the weekend ... the party ... what more is to be said ... a dance is a dance .. . is a dance . . . is a dance ... . . . crisp fall air and girls in knit suits . . . football . . . the crowd ' s wild . . . or tense anticipation .. . everybody in high spirits and flasks ... bright colors and ivy leagues ... people and good times worth remembering ... The College Luther Hodges Governor of North Carolina Carey H. Bostian Chancellor of North Carolina State College William C. Friday President of the Consolidated University J. G. Vann Business Manager Administration J. W. Shirley Dean of Faculty J. G. Vann Business Manager K. D. Raab Director of Admissions and Registration N. B. Watts Director of Student Housing L. B. Rogers Director of Counseling Center J. J. Stewart, Jr. Dean of Student Affairs B. C. Talley, Jr. Coordinator of Student Activities L. L. Ray Foundations and Public Relations E. L. Cloyd Dean of Students D. W. Colvard Dean of the School of Agriculture School of Agriculture The science of agriculture is finding increasing application on the farms, in processing plants, in manufacturing plants, and in the whole network of sales and distribution of agricultural products in North Carolina. No longer does agricultural science apply only to farms. Men trained in the biological sciences and agricultural sciences are finding employment in a wide variety of industrial, professional, and farming activities. Graduates of the School of Agriculture are molding many of the changes which are taking place so rapidly and which are building a greater North Carolina. Likewise, they are finding their place in other parts of the nation as leaders in their respective fields. Agriculture can no longer be characterized by the mule and the plow. The agricultural leaders of today are those with mastery of the biological sciences, chemistry, agricultural engineering, agricultural business management, public policy and the techniques of efficient plant and animal production, processing and marketing. The young men and women of North Carolina have the talent and the School of Agriculture provides the training. Throughout the state and nation there is a demand and a willingness to pay for those with both the talent and the training. OFFICERS Justus M. Ammons President David Proctor Vice-President Sherrill Brinkley Secretary Malcolm Montgomery Treasurer Jimmy Hunt Reporter J. V. Teague Custodian Agricultural Club Jo Ann Sanderson Sponsor Justus M. Ammons President Ag Club membership consists of students in the School of Agriculture and the Department of Agricultural Education in the School of Education. The Ag Club was organized in 1917 to promote in agriculture and campus activities, to provide recreational, educational, and entertainment programs for its members, and to promote school spirit. The club strives to accomplish these objectives through a variety of activities. At the weekly meetings members enjoy informative talks, illustrated lectures, educational movies, and entertaining programs. It also sponsors the Student ' s Ag Fair, the Barnwarming, Ag Day, and has its own outstanding publication, The N. C. State American Society of Agronomy Hope Shackelford President The aims of the Agronomy Society are to stimulate interest in the field of Agronomy, to aid in carrying on student activities, and to improve relationships between faculty and students. Each year the club sponsors educational exhib its at the North Carolina State Fair and an Awards Banquet is held during the spring semester at which time the club presents an award to the outstanding instructor in the School of Agriculture. Mrs. Rosemary Merrick Sponsor OFFICERS Hope Shackelford President Johnie Olund Vice-President Jimmy Knowles Secretary Howard Small Treasurer Baxter Williams Chancellor OFFICERS Alpha Zeta Alpha Zeta was founded at Columbus, Ohio on 4, 1897. The North Carolina Chapter was the of forty-five chapters and was chartered in 1904. Its aims are perhaps best expressed in the words of its founders: " Alpha Zeta was established neither as honorary nor as a social fraternity, but as a fraternity whose membership shall be combined the qualities of high scholarship, fine fellowship, and sound character. " These are the vital qualities of real leadership, and it was the actual potential leadership the field of agriculture for which the fraternity was to encourage and develop. Baxter Williams Chancellor David Proctor Censor Wiley Ritter Scribe Charles Law Treasurer Paul Pickenheim Chronicler Ammons Brooks Gore Jackson Moore Proctor Teague Barnette Brown Hill Jasper Parker Ritter Tucker Bennett DePoe House Law Pickenheim Stone Webb Horticulture Club OFFICERS Charles Jackson President Harvey Morris Vice-President Julia Benton Secretary Marshall Shepherd Treasurer The object of the Horticulture Club is to stimulate student interest in the field of Horticulture; to foster and promote recreational and educational activities; and to encourage student participation in extra-curricular agricultural Economics Club This club is composed of all graduates and in Agriculture Economics. It has as its (1) to stimulate interest in agricultural economics, (2) to provide a means of contact between students and Farm Economics Association members, and (3) to provide means whereby the members can become familiar with the current developments in the field of agricultural economics. animal industry Club The aim of the Animal Industry Club is to improve the relationship between students and faculty, to interest in the field of Animal Industry, and to have the Animal Industry Club members become better with the livestock breeders of this state. The Club has an annual publication, " Meat and Milk the Scientific Way " ; sponsors the Annual Breeders Barbecue; fits and shows animals at the State Fair; operates the Dairy Bar during Fair Week; enters an exhibit at the Ag Fair; and encourages student participation in judging contests. All students enrolled in Animal Industry are members of the Animal Industry Club. Charlie McGinnis President OFFICERS Charlie McGinnis President Phil McMahan Vice-President Malcolm Montgomery Secretary J. V. Teague Treasurer Don Tucker Reporter Max Cody Historian The ASAE Club consists of students in Agricultural Engineering and Mechanized Agriculture who are insight into the professional side of their chosen field. Programs have brought out the various that are open to Agricultural Engineers. Members have an opportunity to obtain leadership training and meet other s tudents and faculty members. The Club this year consisted of fifty members. Above is a group picture and below two snapshots of Club SATURDAY AFTERNOON FIELD TRIP FLOAT Agricultural Education Club OFFICERS Omega Abbott President Carroll Bennett Vice- President Paul Stone Secretary Don Williams Treasurer Alfred Leach Reporter Ben Kittrell Custodian Morris Woodall Program Director Cecil Brooks Social Director Professor L. Armstrong Advisor Dr. F. A. Nylund Advisor Omega Abbott President Billy Ayscue Wallace Baker Kelly Baldwin Wayne Bales Larry Baxter Phillip Beaman Kenneth Best Max Briggs J. C. Bright Bob Brisson Bill Brown, Jr. MEMBERS James Brown Roger Bunch J. W. Busick William Fiemster Thomas Fulghum Allen Graham Norwood Hargrove Keith Kinson Clifford Holdsclaw Melvin Howell Ned Hudson Jimmy Hunt Earl Lemmons Glenn Lilley Larry Linker Fred Manley Thomas Merritt Roger Needham J. W. Odham Ted Richardson Wiley Ritter John Radford Kermit Sadler Theron Sanders Boyd Sharp George Silver Roger Spencer Jerry Sutton Doug Vaughn Linwood Ward Jones Watkins Rodolph Whaley Gerald White Jack Wilson Clifton Woodlief Poultry Science Cub OFFICERS Patton H. Kelley President Richard W. White Vice-President Robert E. Bass Secretary-Treasurer Wilson P. Lee Program Chairman Richard H. Hapward Publicity Chairman MEMBERS Charles Boone Ted Drum Harry Page John Price Mrs. Shirley Broome John Haigler Dan Patterson Otis Price Sam Brown William Jasper Willie Payne Don Robertson Don Davis Ben Massey Barney Pittman Everett Solomon Kappa Tau Beta MEMBERS Alfonso Arceo Robert Cushman A. M. Johnston Peter Nohl Samuel Austin James Driggers Carol Leatherman David Poole Hafiz Ayyub Vance Fowler John Lewis Robert Price Maqbool Sheika Stanley Berman Richard Graves Henry Middleton Hugh Simmons Larry Buff James Howard Jorge Montero Kenneth Stout Douglas Collins Harris Johnson Robert Nance David W. Tuttle OFFICERS William Underwood President Tom Whitehead Vice-President Martin Tramuller Secretary-Treasurer William Shinn Faculty Advisor H. L. Kamphoefner Dean of the School of Design The School of Design is devoted and dedicated to the development of a native architecture and its accompanying art forms for the southern region. While the natural and organic aspects of design are stressed, the international and universal aspects of design are also respected and related to the humane patterns of life. We seek to the architect as a social human being and the architect as scientist-engineer, and we and nurture the architect-engineer as the coordinator of the structural dynamics in the over-all pattern of life. While our first aim is to serve North Carolina and the regions of the South, we believe that our students will be equipped, through the teaching of the school, to work in any region. Because character, a profound devotion, and an absolute professional commitment are prime ingredients of any creative activity where the social responsibilities are as vital as in architecture and design, we foster and cultivate the integrity of the individual. J. B. Kirkland Dean of the School of Education School of Education The current need for competent, well-qualified teachers is greater than at any other period in the history of our public school system. This is especially true in the fields of vocational agriculture, arts, industrial education, mathematics and science. The School of Education provides the professional pre-employment training required for certificating teachers of vocational agriculture, industrial arts, industrial education, mathematics and science. The curriculum in each of these departments includes courses designed to aid prospective teachers in acquiring an understanding of high school pupils, and in selecting and using acceptable teaching methods. The School of Education also provides under-graduate training for recreation leaders in industrial and rural areas. Kappa Phi Kappa K. Lanier President Kappa Phi Kappa is a national honorary and professional fraternity, the purpose of which is to promote the cause of by encouraging men of sound moral character and recognized ability to engage in the study of its principles and problems. For the furtherance of the above purpose the fraternity emphasizes among its members social intercourse, scholarly attainments, and professional ideals. OFFICERS K. C. Lanier President Wiley Ritter Vice-President Charles Johnson Secretary Cecil Brooks Treasurer 0. C. Abbott Expansion Secretary [36] The Industrial Arts Club brings together the members of the department in order that they may become better acquainted. Outstanding men in related fields present to the club at its meetings the latest ideas and news of the professional world. The club strives to make its profession better known and to influence young men to train for a future in Industrial Arts. Arts Club epsilon P Tau Epsilon Pi Tau is the international honor society in Industrial Arts and Industrial-Vocational Education. The purposes are (1) to recognize the plan of skill, (2) to promote social and professional proficiency, and (3) to foster and reward research and publish and use its results. [37] J. H. Lampe Dean of the School of Engineering School of The engineer, vigorous and probing in his approach to technological problems, represents a growing in size and importance. To meet the expanding demand for its graduates, the School of Engineering, too, has grown until it now has the largest enrollment in the College. Fifteen curricula, representing major fields of engineering and growing areas of specialization, are offered by eight degree-granting departments. Graduate as well as undergraduate programs extend to the student the opportunity to exploit to the fullest his capacities for learning. Dr. John Harold Lampe, Dean of Engineering, directs a staff which includes some of the and scientific leaders of the nation. Nine buildings filled with modern facilities are utilized for teaching and research by these faculty members. In its extensive activities in research and service, the School seeks both to explore basic engineering principles and to investigate problems by the industries of North Carolina. Thus, the School is dedicated to the dual mission of serving the individual student and the citizens of the State. It also sets for itself the task of keeping abreast of current developments in technology and in the engineering profession. The resulting program of education is recognized as one of the foremost in the South and in the nation. OFFICERS W. D. Wilkinson President John Y. Lomax Vice-President Jackie H. Potter Secretary Edward Nuckolls Treasurer Wilkinson Lomax Potter Nuckolls Engineers ' Council ENGINEERING EXHIBITS AT THE 1956 N. C. STATE FAIR Agar Anderson Andrews Beam The Engineers ' Council is composed of elected representatives of the various societies on the campus. The primary function of this group is to coordinate the activities of the engineering societies Each year the Engineers ' Council sponsors the Engineers ' Exposition. It is also for directing the publication of the Engineer. Another outstanding event sponsored by the Council is the knighting of outstanding engineering students into the Order of St. Patrick. The outstanding senior engineering student is recognized and given a gift by the Council. Scholarship is encouraged at the Freshman level by selecting the two outstanding from each department as Companions of St. Patrick. This past year, the Council took over sponsorship of the engineering exhibit at the State Fair. Bennett Billingsley Bizzell Carson Carter Clarke Cooke Cowand Davis, P. Davis, R. Deal Freeman Grover Hamilton Hershey James Leggett Madren McGeiver Morton Odin Parker, C. Parker, R. Parker, W. Pierce Stacks Thomas Thornburg Waitman Welfare Theta tau OFFICERS Walter Thomas, Jr. Regent Thomas Frye Vice-Regent Jerry Rasor Scribe David Pierce Treasurer Thomas Frye Rasor Pierce PLEDGE CLASS Theta Tau, founded at the University of Minnesota on October 15, 1904, established Rho Chapter at State College in 1927. It is a professional engineering whose object is to develop and maintain a high degree of professional interest among its members and to unite them in a strong bond of fraternal brotherhood. In keeping with its aims, Theta Tau regularly in the Engineer ' s Fair as well as sponsoring projects of its own in the interest of professional engineering and State College. Billingsley Daughtridge Gould Horton Morton Potter Stocks Bryant Davis, J. Gurley Johnson Nuckolls Reece Thomas Clarke Davis, T. Harrell Lomax Odin Shinn Welfare Daber Freeman Hedgepath Meeks Parker Sloan White American Society of Mechanical Engineering The N. C. State Student Section of ASME is dedicated to promoting academic and professional interest in mechanical engineering. Nationally noted speakers, inspec- tion trips, joint meetings with parent groups, contests, and socials are the stimulative means. ASME also affords opportunity for development of individual leadership, administration, and public speaking. Everett Billingsley President OFFICERS Everett Billingsley President Pritchard White Secretary Thomas Davis Vice-President Edwin Smith Treasurer Prof. V. K. Whitfield Faculty Advisor American Institute of Electrical Engineers Institute of Radio Engineers OFFICERS Ashley Leggett Chairman Jack Pritchard Vice-Chairman George Meyer AI EE Secretary Tommy Andrews IRE Secretary Theo Pelkington Local Secretary Calvin Belote Treasurer Ashley Leggett President The Joint Student Branch of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers and the Institute of Radio is the electrical engineering student professional organization at State College. It is affiliated with two of the major electrical engineering national societies. The Student Branch has the dual function of carrying on student activities and bringing professional programs to the electrical engineering students. [45] Society of civil Engineers The aims of the society are to help the civil students by closer acquaintances among the students, faculty, practicing engineers, and the National Society. The student chapter supplements regular class and laboratory work, and is the only medium that can relate the professional development of the students to the achievements of the American Society of Civil The society meets every second and fourth Tuesday nights at 7:00 p.m. in the C. E. Building auditorium. The programs consist of movies on engineering projects, by professional engineers, and technical papers prepared and read by students. Social activities are a part of chapter activities. Smokers, picnics, and dances are frequent. Membership is open to all civil engineering students and may be obtained at any official meeting. OFFICERS Bob S. Morton President Jackie Potter Vice-President David Kersey Secretary Chuck Thornton Treasurer Bob S. Morton Pres ident American Institute of Industrial Engineers OFFICERS Theodore H. Walker President Walter C. Thomas, Jr. Vice-President Edward W. Nuckolls Secretary William E. Walker Treasurer E. B. Austin W. W. Bare H. S. Bermon C. A. Blue, Jr. Z. Boling J. V. Booth W. T. Bradford, Jr. W. D. Brock J. B. Bryant G. R. Coggins J. L. Colley W. L. Corson B. M. Coward MEMBERS C. M. Lofland L. W. McCall J. H. McKenzie G. A. Mills J. D. Moss J. N. Mulvaney E. D. Nicholson J. A, Norville E. W. Nuckolls H. T. Reed G. F. Reeves, Jr. J. G. Rogers T. H. Rose G. L. Rota J. I. Sims D. D. Smiley, Jr. J. E. Suttle J. E. Thomas W. C. Thomas, Jr. E. E. Thomson T. H. Walker W. E. Walker G. Warrick J. H. Wilkie H. H. Williams T. M. Womble R. B. Deal E. L. Dixon W. C. Farner A. R. Fiore W. E. Ford W. R. Foss L. M. Gould D. G. Hampton R. H. Harris J. E. Hisada W. M. Joyce R. P. Kelley J. W. Lineberger, Jr. OFFICERS Jack Liske President You Song Kim Vice- President Paul Davis, Jr. Secretary Edward Friddle Treasurer James Tanner Herald Keramos Keramos, the national professional Ceramic Fraternity, was founded in 1902 at Ohio State University, and is the oldest professional engineering in the world. While the organization is strictly professional in nature, the requirements for membership are as high as most of the honorary societies and it permits the wearing of the key by honor students. Membership Pi Tau bership is offered only to students in the Department of Ceramics or Ceramic Engineering who have a good scholastic record, a good character record and who give promise of making good in industry. The principal object of the fraternity is to promote and emphasize mental achievement and to promote interest in ceramic art, technology, and engineering. Membership in Pi Tau Sigma is the highest honor that can be obtained by a mechanical engineering student in his field. He must maintain a very high scholastic in order to be eligible for membership, but this is by no means the only requirement, for selection is also based on social adaptability, honesty, personal neatness, and soundness of principles and morals. If a man is deemed worthy, he is invited to join Pi Tau Sigma, an honor which all men would be proud to claim as theirs. OFFICERS Elliot Grover President Robert Bennett Vice-President James Wallace Corres. Secretary Pritchard White Rec. Secretary Edward Smith Treasurer American Society heating and Air conditioning engineers OFFICERS Paul K. Tuggle President Jerry G. Daye Vice-President Gerald L. Waitman Secretary William R. Caviness, Jr. Treasurer Kenneth M. Sloan Reporter Ralph J. Parker, Jr. Engr. Council Rep. Paul K. Tuggle President The ASHAE is an organization to improve the student ' s training in the field of heating, ventilating, and air conditioning. Professional interest, current problems, coordination of departmental activities, and development of character and leadership are other high objectives. These objectives are accomplished through interesting programs consisting of outstanding engineers from the field, joint meetings with the North Carolina Division of the ASHAE, educational films, and social outings. Membership is open to students in the school of engineering who are interested in the field of heating, ventilating, and air conditioning. [491 Alpha Pi Mu On January 14, 1956, the sixteenth charter of Alpha Pi Mu, Industrial Engineering Honor Society, was granted to North Carolina State College Chapter. Membership in Alpha Pi Mu is one of the highest honors that can be bestowed upon an undergraduate industrial engineer. Edward W. Nuckolls President OFFICERS Edward W. Nuckolls President Guy Warrick Corresponding Secretary Joseph E. Settle Vice-President Boyd M. Ward Recording Secretary James E. Thomas Treasurer Alvarez Carson Efird Moss Redman Ward Boling Coggins Houtz Nattress Settle Warrick Booth Davis Llewellyn Nuckolls Thomas Belote Dowd King Nuckolls Pilkington Roberts VanLandingham Bizzell Farthing Leggett Parker Pritchard Shepherd Waters Casey Hudson McGeiver Pearson Pruna Singletary Watterson Cashwell Johnson Moore Peterson Ratliff Steel Wilkinson Eta Kappa Nu H. F. VanLandingham William Wilkinson Jack Pritchard James Belote Philip Pruna Samuel McGeiver Professor Goetze OFFICERS President Vice-President Corresponding Secretary Recording Secretary Bridge Secretary Treasurer Faculty Advisor H. F. VanLandingham President The purpose of HKN is to recognize and encourage outstanding achievements in the Electrical Engineering profession, particularly among students. High leadership ability, and integrity of character are requirements for membership. The organization projects for the general aid of Electrical students. OFFICERS Robert Reid Cooke President Morris Ray Curry Vice-President Jack Wayne Carlyle Secretary William Arthur Atkinson Treasurer Dr. F. Philips Pike Counselor American Institute of Chemical Engineers The Student Chapter of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers provides opportunities for the development of students in Chemical All students in Chemical Engineering are cordially invited to join the student chapter of AIChE. Programs for the monthly meetings include guest speakers from industry, films on various phases of Engineering, and social affairs. The American Ceramic Society The North Carolina State College Student Branch of the American Ceramic Society was organized to familiarize students with the various aspects of the ceramic industry through talks, discussions, and motion pictures, and to promote a stronger bond of fellowship between students and faculty in the department. OFFICERS John Lee Freeman President Moses Paul Davis, Jr. Vice-President Kenneth Robert Benton Secretary John Newsome Belk Treasurer Chi Epsilon Chi Epsilon is a national professional Civil Engineering honorary fraternity, based on the broad objective of increasing the efficiency of the profession as an of social betterment. Chi Epsilon was organized to recognize those of the individual engineer deemed to the successful pursuit of an engineering career and to aid the development of these characteristics in the undergraduate engineer. Chi Epsilon has, from a small beginning, grown to a place of prominence in the professional and honorary fraternity world. It has chapters in the majority of the best engineering schools in the country, striving to a constant policy of establishing chapters at a school on the basis of the quality of its instruction and not necessarily its size. The chapter at State has maintained an active of opproximately twenty men, and has actively in both departmental and school projects. Richard Moore Beam President OFFICERS Richard Beam President Ronald Sharpe Vice-President James Burton, Jr. Secretary Robert Holmes Treasurer John Parker Editor of the Transit Burton Hoomani Lathrop Parker, J. Potter Thornton Holmes Kersey Morton Parker, R. Sharpe Waters Landrum Okin Poindexter Smith Institute of Aeronautical Sciences Dave Pierce Chairman The basic mission of the Institute of Aeronautical Sciences is to facilitate by all available means the of technical ideas among aeronautical engineers throughout the world. Student membership has been established to provide the student engineer of science with broad opportunities to engage in activities associated with future aviation careers. The local branch encourages professional consciousness a nd fellowship through programs of guest lectures, film showings, and social functions, along with participation in annual OFFICERS Dave Pierce Chairman Jim Wallace Recording Secretary Bill Frye Vice-Chairman Glenn Sutton Treasurer Jesse Harrell Corresponding Secretary Prof. R. M. Pinkerton Advisor [54] Sigma Pi Sigma OFFICERS William B. Haidler President John E. Grund Vice-President Fred G. Welfare Secretary James B. Smathers Treasurer To serve as a means of awarding distinction to having high scholarship and promise of in physics; to promote student interest in research and advanced study of the subject; to encourage a spirit and friendship among those who have displayed marked abilities in physics; to popularize in physics in the general collegiate public. Student Furniture Club The Club is organized by the students of the Furniture Curriculum, and advised by Professor E. Sigurd Johnson, Head of the Department, and Professor Rudolph Willard. Speakers from the furniture industry keep us informed by giving us first hand information on the latest in industry. OFFICERS Ed Shook President Charles Walker Vice-President Henry Blair Secretary Basil Turbyfill Treasurer [55] R. J. Preston Dean of the School of Forestry School of Forestry To keep pace with the rapid development of forestry and the wood-using industries in the South, the School of Forestry has expanded its programs and facilities. programs train students for careers in Forest Management, Wood Pulp and Paper Technology and Wood Products Merchandising. Graduate programs lead to the Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy degrees. The classrooms and laboratories in Kilgore Hall, the three permanent camps, and 80,000 acres of School forests, the Wood Products Laboratory, and the new Pulp and Paper Laboratory provide exceptional facilities for education and research. Xi Sigma Pi Xi Sigma Pi is a national honor fraternity whose is the recognition and promotion of leadership, scholarship, and interest in the profession of forestry. Each year, the organization honors the outstanding and senior in the School of Forestry. The fraternity sponsors annual public lectures by nationally known working in forestry or in allied professions. Paul J. Pickenheim Forester OFFICERS Paul Pickenheim Forester Charles Webb Secretary and Fiscal Agent Edward Lawson Associate Forester Victor Dowless Ranger Andrews Dowless Kunselman Pickenheim Taylor Barden Grady Lawson Stevens Webb DeCoste Hilbourn Norwood Stevenson White [58] Forestry Club OFFICERS Charlie Norton President James Stevenson Vice-President Stan Adams Secretary John H. Lively Treasurer The State College Forestry Club holds weekly during the school year for the purpose of promoting better relationships between students and members of the faculty. Educational and recreational programs are presented at these meetings. An annual " Rolleo, " held at Hill Forest, is sponsored by the club. At the " Rolleo " teams from each class in volleyball, log bucking, horseshoe pitching, spitting, and various other competition. The social event of the year is the " Logger ' s Brawl. " Publication of the Pinetum, the Forestry School is sponsored by the club and distributed to forestry students and alumni. The club also publishes Slabs and Edgings, bi-monthly paper containing articles and news of particular interest to forestry students. ROLLEO TREE TAGGING FOX MEMORIAL [59] M. E. Campbell Dean of the School of Textiles School of Life is no longer simple in the weaver ' s trade. Man-made fibers with man-made properties, electronics, chemistry, and even nuclear radiation have converted the ancient art of textile manufacturing to a complex science. The School of Textiles, through its educational and research program, is providing leadership for this new era in North Carolina ' s largest industry. It is first in education, first in research. This is " the mill " —home of whirring spindles and zooming looms—the Orlon artery for human beings--the Shuttle Inn—the blue windows of slubbers and snubbers—of the Red Thunderbird—the beginning of careers in a fast-moving Under current plans to broaden both programs, and with the backing of textile leaders, the School can help insure the future of one of North Carolina ' s colorful, fascinating, and dynamic industries. Tompkins Textile Council The Tompkins Textile Council is the student ' s body of the Textile School. It is composed of from the variou s textile organizations and representatives from each class. The Council acts as the bridge between the students and the faculty. Also, Tompkins Textile Council many student functions each year, highlighted by the Lintdodger ' s Ball. To be a member of Tompkins Textile Council is one of the highest honors in the School. John W. Copeland President OFFICERS John Copeland President Alvin Potts Secretary Charles Mauney Vice-President Richard Jordan Treasurer George H. Dunlap Advisor Berman Buff Garrou Jordan Traumuller Boys Capel Grunfeld Potts Underwood Britland Driggers Holland Roberson Warlick [62] Phi Psi OFFICERS Ray Britland President Don Carey Recording Secretary John Arnold Vice-President Bill Greene Corresponding Secretary Warren Fulton Treasurer Ray Britland President Phi Psi Fraternity is a professional textile fraternity, the objects and aims being: first, to promote good among men of textile schools and the textile second, to encourage a high standard of textile work; third, to assist by every honorable means the of its members. Eta Chapter at North Carolina State College is the largest chapter in the fraternity, in parallel with the largest textile school in the world. The fraternity serves the Textile School by offering a guide service for all visitors and guests of the school. It also sponsors a in the spring at which a cup is awarded to the Man of the Year in the North Carolina Textile Industry. [63] Delta Kappa Phi OFFICERS Larry Buff President Martin Traumuller Vice-President David Church Treasurer Jesse Chappell, Jr. Secretary Victor Garrou Scribe Alvin Potts Sergeant-at-Arms Delta Kappa Phi is the oldest professional textile in America, having been founded in 1899 at the Philadelphia Textile Institute. Started by a nucleus of seventeen members, Kappa Chapter was instituted on May 14, 1948 at State College. The fraternity holds an annual convention each year. The chapter here at State College strives to promote activities of interest to the Textile School. MEMBERS Lloyd Baird Victor Garrou Ray Luckenbach David Schreffler, Jr. Paul Braxton W. J. Griswold Kenneth McKenny W. D. Shipman, Jr. Robert Britt Robert Hastings Vencent Novak Howard Short, Jr. Larry Buff John Holmes Jordon Ploch Kenneth Stout L. A. Carpenter Lacy Howell, Jr. Jimmy Poteat Richard Tanner Jess Chappell, Jr. Robert Hunter Alvin Potts John Thomas David Church Joe Hamrick Everett Pyatt Martin Traumuller Billy Coggins Mack Johnson Fred Rawicy David Tuttle Alton Craven, Jr. James Laur Robert Reeves Carlos Uribe Jorge Ferencyi Carol Leatherman George Sarafidis Kenneth Williamson Vance Fowler Charles Livengood David Saunders Al Yujuice [64] OFFICERS George W. Roberson President Jimmie D. Myrick Vice-President Victor H. Garrou Secretary Glenn E. Carter Treasurer Sigma Tau Sigma A local textile honor fraternity, Sigma Tau Sigma strives to instill in textile students a desire for higher scholastic attainments. An incentive toward this goal is the Sigma Tau Sigma Scholarship cup that is presented each year to the senior in textiles with the highest scholastic average. The Greek letters composing the name of the fraternity represent the words, Society of Textile Scholarship. American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists The American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists seeks to gain experience and interest in the dyeing and finishing of textile goods through monthly meetings. Speakers are invited from various mills North Carolina and other areas. OFFICERS Vic Garrou President Dick Jordan Vice-President Roy Luckenbach Secretary Charles Mauney Treasurer H. A. Rutherford Advisor Professional School FRED COLEMAN ABERNETHY HICKORY, N. C. Design DAVID DELMAS ADAMS BURLINGTON, N C Architecture EDWARD WHITE AVENT III RALEIGH, N C Landscape Architecture WALTER TAFT BRADSHAW WILMINGTON, N. C Landscape Architecture LODDIE DANIEL BRYAN, JR. SANFORD, N C. Landscape Architecture WILLIAM BREVARD CASHION HICKORY, N. C. Chemical Engineering CHARLES DONALD DAVIDSON PONTIAC, MICH. Architecture LUCIUS RUSSELL EVANS RALEIGH, N. C. Architecture WARREN ELLIOTT HARGETT KINSTON, N. C Architecture EDWIN FREELAND HARRIS, JR. ELKIN, N. C Architecture MAX ISLEY RALEIGH, N. C. Architecture DOROTHY JEAN MORTON RALEIGH, N C. Landscape Architecture GORDON BERNARD SHERMAN GASTONIA, N C. Architecture NOMERIANO SANTOS SON RIZAL, PHILIPPINES Architecture JOHN THOMAS WALL RALEIGH, N C Architecture CHARLES EDWARD WOODALL SMITHFIELD, N. C Architecture NORMAN LEE ZIMMERMAN HIGH POINT, N. C. Architecture [68] Graduate School RAUL EDUARDO ALVAREZ BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA Industrial Engineering WALTER DONALD BAKER FOUR OAKS, N. C Wildlife Conservation and Management N. CARSON BRANAN NORMAN PARK, GA Agricultural Economics CHARLES OSCAR BRIDGER BLADENBORO, N C Agriculture CHIU-CHUNG CHEN FUKIEN, CHINA Agricultural and Biological Chemistry PAUL PAO-HO CHEN TIENTSIN, CHINA Electrical Engineering GALAL ABDEL-HAMID DAABIS DAMANHOUR, EGYPT Textile Manufacture ALTON EARL DAIL MOUNT OLIVE, N C. Occupational Information and Guidance MARJORIE ELAINE DAVIDSON MENAIK, ALBERTA, CANADA Industrial Psychology CHARLES EDWARD DePOE RALEIGH, N. C. Horticulture CHARLES WILLIAM DILL TAYLORS, S. C. Dairy Manufacturing FLOYD WILKINS ELLIOTT, JR. CHARLOTTE, N. C. Applied Mathematics GEORGE LELAND ELLIS GOLDSBORO, N. C. Animal Industry HENRY OTTIS FOSTER WINSTON -SALEM, N C. Mechanical Engineering JIMMY BURJOR FRACIS SECUNDERABAD, INDIA Chemical Engineering JOHN B. FUNDERBURG, JR. CASTLE HAYNE, N C. Animal Ecology [69] Graduate WILLIAM WESLEY GALLIMORE CRESTON, KY. Agricultural Economics ROBIN PIERCE GARDNER ZEBULON, N. C. Chemical Engineering RAYMOND W. GIESEMAN WILLIAMSTOWN, KANS. Agricultural Economics ARTHUR WELDON GILLIAM FARMVILLE, VA. Wood Technology ROBERT CAMPBELL GILMORE PHILADELPHIA, PA. Wood Technology JAMES DALE GREGG IDABEL, OKLA. Wood Technology JOHN ROBERT HAMILTON ATLANTA, GA. Wood Technology GEORGE FORREST HAMPTON SIGNAL MOUNTAIN, TENN. Nuclear Engineering DAVID HANSEN HOOSICK FALLS, N. Y. Chemical Engineering JOSEPH HAVLICEK, JR. ROCKFORD, OHIO Agricultural Economics RAYMON JERRELL HEFNER BEEBE, ARK. Agronomy KENNETH LEE HILL ALLIANCE, OHIO Agronomy VERNON EMERSON HOLT RALEIGH, N. C. Mechanical Engineering NORMAN D. JACKSON LOST CREEK, W. VA Wood Technology FRED IRVING JOSEPH ST. PETERSBURG, VA. Occupational Information and Guidance YOU SONG KIM SEOUL, KOREA Ceramic Engineering [70] School HERBERT WALDEMAR KIRVES RHEINBERG, GERMANY Mechanical Engineering LOUIS ARNOLD KISER, JR. KINGS MOUNTAIN, N. C. Textile Manufacturing JOHN CLEMENT KOOP RANGOON, BURMA Experimental Statistics JAMES M. LEATHERWOOD CANDLER, N. C. Animal Industry RICHARD ALLISON LEDFORD RALEIGH, N. C. Agriculture STANLEY CHIENPIN LI PEKING, CHINA Chemical Engineering HUGH LUPTON LINER HILLSBORO, N. C. Agricultural Education SHING-GONG LIU TAIWAN, FREE CHINA Electrical Engineering ALBERT T. McMAIN, JR. RICHMOND, MICH. Nuclear Engineering ADEN COMBS MAGEE COLLEGE STATION, TEX. Animal Nutrition WILLIAM GILBERT MARTIN ARCADIA, LA. Animal Nutrition JUNIUS KENNETH MAXWELL PINK HILL, N. C. Agriculture HUGH MAX MILLER WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. Rural Sociology DOUGLAS V. MITCHELL BARTLESVILLE , OKLA Wood Technology JOSHUA E. MURROW, JR. HALEYVILLE, ALA Textiles FRANCIS NARIN MERIOD, PA. Nuclear Engineering [71] THOMAS E. NICHOLS, JR. RALEIGH, N. C. Agricultural Economics LOUIS LEONARD PACKER RALEIGH, N. C. Nuclear Engineering ITTIPON PAUL PADUNCHEWIT THONBURI, THAILAND Electrical Engineering ERNEST CALEB PASOUR, JR. BESSEMER CITY, N C. Agricultural Education ATHORN PATUMASOOTRA NAKORN PATHOM, THAILAND Nuclear Engineering GERALD IAN PRITCHARD RALEIGH, N. C Animal Industry GILBERT GRAY RAGLAND OXFORD, N C. Occupational Information and Guidance ROBERT MALCOLM RAY WEAVERVILLE, N. C. Agricultural Economics JOHN THOMAS REEVES PILOT MOUNTAIN, N. C. Agricultural Education HARRY SLOAN REICHARD CHARLOTTE, N. C Electrical Engineering CALVIN JOSEPH REIS ALLENTOWN, PA. Pulp and Paper Technology CYNTHIA HEGE RODGERS RALEIGH, N. C. Occupational Information and Guidance JAGDISH SETH BAREILLY, INDIA Agronomy JOHN I. SEWELL COVE SPRING, GA Agricultural Engineering JAMES ALEXANDER SHUPING MORGANTON, N. C Mechanical Engineering HAR SWARUP SINGH BULANDSHAHR, INDIA Agricultural Economics Graduate [72] School ROBERT T. SMALLWOOD, JR. NEW ALBANY, MISS. Dairy Manufacturing GEORGE WATSON SMITH RALEIGH, N. C Forestry WARREN S. THOMPSON CRYSTAL SPRINGS, MISS. Wood Technology BENJAMIN RILEY TRIPP AYDEN, N. C. Electrical Engineering HSI-SHEN TSOU TAIWAN, CHINA Electrical Engineering ROBERT WHITT TUCKER, JR. GREENSBORO, N C Electrical Engineering WILLIAM LEE TUCKER KY. Animal Industry FU-TSENG WANG CHEKIANG, CHINA Experimental Statistics BENNETT BRIGGS WHITE RALEIGH, N. C. Forest Management MERRILL WILCOX PORT REPUBLIC, MD. Agronomy EDDIE KAY WILSON COLUMBUS, N. C. Agricultural Education ALVIN EDWIN WOODS MURFREESBORO, TENN Dairy Manufacturing HOWARD BACON YOUNG ATHENS, GA Agriculture JOSEPH EARL YOUNG GRANT, LA. Dairy Manufacturing PAO-LO YU SHANGHAI, CHINA Experimental Statistics [73] Roger Hill Don Denton John Lake George Brown President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Senior Class OMEGA CLARK ABBOTT HENDERSON, N C Agricultural Education Kappa Phi Kappa, Expansion Secretary; Agricultural Club; Agricultural Education Club, President; Ba seball 1; Intramural Sports 3, 4; Athletic of etville; Judicial Board of Review. FRANCIS G. ABERNETHY CONCORD, CALIF Electrical Engineering IRE. JERRY MACK ABSHER NORTH WILKESBORO, N. C. Furniture Manufacturing and Management Arnold Air Society; Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; Athletic Director 3; Club. STANFORD MORGAN ADAMS FOUR OAKS, N. C Forest Management Freshman Basketball; Forestry Club; Pinetum Staff 4; Baptist Student Council 2, 3, 4. JAMES RICHARD AGAR PITTSFIELD, MASS Mechanical Engineering Pi Tau Sigma; A rnold Air Society; Engineers Council; ASME. FRANCIS MARION ALCORN RALEIGH, N. C. Nuclear Engineering Phi Eta Sigma; Sigma Pi Sigma; Alp; Baptist Student Union. ABDUL AZIZ AL-DOORY BAGHDAD , IRAQ Agricultural Engineering Kappa Phi Kappa; ASAE; International Club. KENNETH B. ALEXANDER Sigma Alpha Epsilon WILMINGTON, N. C Mechanical Engineering Arnold Air Society, Finance Officer; AFROTC, Dintinguished Military Student, Captain; IAS 2, 3, and 4; Glee Club, AFROTC KAMAL MUSTAFA AL-HABIB HILLA, IRAQ Entomology ABDUL R. O. AL-HADITHY HADITHA, IRAQ Wood Technology RAHMAT ALI LYALLPUR, WEST PAKISTAN Textile Chemistry Sigma Tau Sigma; AATCC. ABDUL R. I. AL-JAFFARI TIKRIT, IRAQ Forest Management Forestry Club. Seniors ...1957 [75] Seniors ...1957 WILLIAM GORDON ALLIN Sigma Nu PELHAM, N. Y. Te xtiles Phi Psi; Monogram Club; Track 1, 2; Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; Cadet Captain, ROTC. LARRY DOUGLAS ALMOND ALBEMARLE, N. C. Civil Engineering ASCE. MICHAEL S. ALSIMAANI BAGHDAD, IRAQ Pulp and Paper Technology AMIR HUSSIAN AL-TALIBI AMARAH, IRAQ Animal Industry Animal Industry Club; Cosmopolitan Club LUIS NICOLAS ALVAREZ RIO PIEDRAS, PUERTO RICO Civil Engineering JUSTUS MURRAY AMMONS FarmHouse MARS HILL, N. C. Mechanized Agriculture President, FarmHouse; Alpha Zeta; Arnold Air Society; Agricultural Club, President; ASAE; Agriculturist, Editor; Student Government; Program Chairman, Ag School Day; Director of Ag Fair. THOMAS OLIVER ANDERSON Lambda Chi Alpha DURHAM, N. C. Ceramic Engineering Mu Beta Psi; Band; Young Club; Scabbard and Blade; ACS; Vice-President, Lambda Chi Alpha WILBUR ELMO ANDERSON TARBORO, N. C Geological Engineering Arnold Air Society; Engineers Council; AIMME, Secretary 3, President 4. CHARLES T. ANDREWS GREENSBORO, N. C. Electrical Engineering GEORGE H. ANDREWS, JR. PITTSBORO, N. C. Pulp and Paper Technology Xi Sigma Pi. TOMMY EDWARD ANDREWS GRAHAM, N. C. Agronomy Agricultural Club 1, 2, 3; Agronomy Club 3, 4; Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. MUHAMMAD SALIM ANWAR LYALLPUR, PAKISTAN Textiles Cosmopolitan Club. [76] JOHN DWIGHT ARNOLD Sigma Chi LEXINGTON, N. C. Textiles Blue Key; Phi Psi; Student Government Senator; President, Sigma Chi; Textile Council; IDC; IFC; YMCA Cabinet; Wesley Foundation; Manager, Owen Dorm 3. JAMES E. ARRINGTON WAYNESVILLE, N. C. Mechanical Engineering ASME. WILLIAM A. ATKINSON, JR. JANESVILLE, WIS. Chemical Engineering College Union, Outing Chairman; AIChE, Treasurer. HAFIZ MUHAMMAD AYYUB KHANPUR, WEST PAKISTAN Textiles WILLIAM R. BALLARD III Phi Kappa Tau ASHEVILLE, N. C. Furniture Manufacturing and Management Forestry Club 1, 2, 3; Young Club; Furniture Club 4; Military; Forest Products Society 3, 4; BSU; Society American Military Engineers. EDWARD E. BANKS RALEIGH, N. C. Animal Industry Animal Industry Club. JOHN BARCHIESI GREENSBURG, PA Civil Engineering ASCE; IDC; Football ; Dorm BEVAN K. BARRINGER, JR. Sigma Phi Epsilon SALISBURY, N. C Civil Engineering ASCE; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. BILLY GRAY BASS THOMASVILLE, N. C. Nuclear Engineering Cross Country 1; Track 1; Photo Music Committee. ROBERT EDWIN BASS ROXBORO, N. C. Poultry Science Poultry Club Secretary, Publicity Chairman; Poultry Judging Team. JAMES SPEIGHT BATTS SHARPESBURG, N. C. Agricultural Education Arnold Air Society. EARL STEWART BAXTER RUSSELHON, PA. Civil Engineering ASCE; Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4. [77] JOHN MARK BEAM, JR. VALE, N. C. Construction Intramural Basketball 1, 2; ASCE; President, Lutheran Students 55-56; YMCA Associate RICHARD MOORE BEAM SHELBY, N. C. Civil Engineering Chi Epsilon; President, Phi Kappa Phi; Tau Beta Pi; ASCE; Arnold Air Engineers Council. STUART WAYNE BEDELL BROOKSIDE, N. J. Industrial Arts—Technical Option Epsilon Pi Tau; Alpha Phi Omega; Veterans Club; PHA; Industrial Arts Club. SHAMOON ISA BEKOU MANGAISH, DOHUK, IRAQ Field Crops Cosmopolitan Club; International Club; Agronomy Club; Newman Club. RODNEY McNABB BELL Theta Chi ZEBULON, N C. Textiles Secretary, Theta Chi. JAMES CALVIN BELOTE RALEIGH, N. C. Electrical Engineering Tau Beta Pi, President; Kappa Nu, Secretary; Phi Kappa Phi; AIEE-IRE, Treasurer; Honors Program. JAMES DORTCH BELOTE GOLSBDORO, N. C Heating and Air Conditioning ASHAE; Alderman, Vetville Town Council. JOEL C. BENNETT, JR. Sigma Chi HAMLET, N. C. Industrial Engineering Arnold Air Society; Scabbard and Blade; AIIE; Advanced AFROTC. ROBERT MERRILL BENNETT WEAVERVILLE, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Aeronautical Option Phi Kappa Phi; Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tau Sigma, Vice-President; BSU, 4; Arnold Air Society 3, 4; AFROTC Glee Club; Institute of Sciences 2, 3, 4. CECIL CORNELIUS BEUMER Phi Kappa Tau ENKA, N. C. Industrial Engineering AIIE; Young Republicans Club. WILLIAM E. BILLINGSLEY HAMLET, N. C. Mechanical Engineering ASME. DON LOUIS BIRCH RALEIGH, N. C. Furniture Manufacturing and Management Furniture Club; FPRS. [78] LAWRENCE LYNN BISSETT WILSON, N. C. Civil Engineering Construction Option Scabbard and Blade; ASCE. JAMES S. BIZZELL MOUNT OLIVE, N. C. Electrical Engineering AIEE; Eta Kappa Nu. DAVID H. BLACK, JR. ROCKINGHAM, N. C. Electrical Engineering AIEE HENRY EUGENE BLAIR Theta Chi RALEIGH, N. C Furniture Manufacturing and Management Furniture Club; Forest Product Club; Secretary of Furniture Club; Treasurer of Theta Chi. HARRY A. BLOUNT, JR. SALISBURY, N C. Heating and Air Conditioning ASHAE ZENAS BOLING GASTONIA, N. C. Industrial Engineering Alpha Pi Mu; AllE RUSH W. BONDURANT, JR. WILLIAMSTON, N. C. Chemical Engineering AIChE; Vetville Fire Marshal JUDSON VAUGHAN BOOTH DURHAM, N. C. Industrial Engineering Alpha Pi Mu; AllE; Veterans JOSEPH MARION BORIK RALEIGH, N. C. Civil Engineering Construction Option ASCE. LARRY C. BOSTIAN CONOVER, N C Industrial and Rural Recreation IRR Club; Scabbard and Blade; Track Team 1; Wrestling Team 1, 2, 3; Secretary Monogram Club 3; Club 1, 2, 3, 4; N. C. Rec. Society; YMCA; Dorm Vice-President 3; IDC. PIERRE M. BOULOGNE RALEIGH, N. C. Forest Management YMCA Cabinet Member 2; YMCA 1, 2, 3; Veterans Club 2, 3; Forestry Club 1, 2, 3, 4; ROA 2, 3; BSA 3, 4. JULIUS JEROME BOYD WAYNESVILLE, N. C. Agricultural Education Veterans Club; Ag Education Club. Seniors 1957 [79] Seniors 1957 WILLIAM T. BRADFORD, JR. CHARLOTTE, N. C. Industrial Engineering AlIE. PAUL CARAWAY BRADY PAMLICO, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Aeronautical Option Veterans Association; IAS. PAUL GYLES BRAXTON SILER CITY, N. C. Textiles Delta Kappa Phi; Scabbard and Blade; Freshman Baseball 1 ; Varsity Baseball 2; ROTC Cadet Regimental Commander; Company Commander Scabbard and Blade.. DAVID HAROLD BRILES ASHEBORO, N. C. Mechanical Engineering ASME WALTER R. BRITLAND, JR. Sigma Pi HOLYOKE, MASS. Textiles President Phi Psi; Tompkins Textile Council; Football 2. ROBERT CURTISS BRITT FAYETTEVILLE, N C Textile Synthetic and Yarn Manufacturing Delta Kappa Phi; State College Club; UKAKOB Society. JOHN ALBERT BROCKWELL Sigma Phi Epsilon RALEIGH, N. C. Electrical Engineering AIEE. RICHARD JOYNER BROOKS Sigma Chi RALEIGH, N. C. Science Education Kappa Phi Kappa; Baseball 1; Science and Math Clubs; Government 1. RONNY LEONARD BROOKS CARTHAGE, N. C. Industrial and Rural Recreation Kappa Phi Kappa; Veterans Club. SAMUEL NEAL BROOME Pi Kappa Alpha CHARLOTTE, N. C. Civil Engineering ASCE; Intramural Sports. BILLY HAROLD BROWN SELMA, N. C. Agricultural Education Kappa Phi Kappa; Ag Education Club; Senior Senator to Student Legislature. ELBERT GORDON BROWN FarmHouse CHARLOTTE, N. C. Dairy Manufacturing Ag Club; Al Club; Agriculturist Staff; Meat and Milk Staff; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Fraternity Athletic Director 2, 3. [80] GEORGE TRESCOT BROWN Sigma Phi Epsilon CHARLOTTE, N. C. Mechanical Engineering ASME; Arnold Air Society; Senior Treasurer 4; Comptroller, Sigma Phi Epsilon; Squadron Commander AFROTC JOHN WISTER BROWN GASTONIA, N. C. Mechanical Engineering ASME; Scabbard and Blade; Wolfpack Club; AFROTC; BSU Council. REECE EDWARD BROWN, JR. FarmHouse CHARLOTTE, N. C. Animal Industry Alpha Zeta; Agriculturist Business Manager; Ag Club; Al Club; FarmHouse. ROBERT VANCE BROWN, JR. ZEBULON, N. C. Agricultural Economics Ag Club. ROGER DAN BROWN GASTONIA, N. C. Electrical Engineering AIEE. STEVE KELLY BROWN HENDERSONVILLE, N C Mechanical Engineering ASME. WILLIAM G. BROWNING HICKORY, N C. Mechanical Engineering ASME; ASM; ASTE. JOHN BURTS BRYANT WILMINGTON, N. C Industrial Engineering Intramural Athletics 3, 4; Theta Tau; AlIE. LARRY SCOTT BUFF NEWTON, N. C. Textiles Delta Kappa Phi, President; Kappa Tau Beta; Sigma Tau Sigma; Textile Council. WILLIAM B. BULLOCK Sigma Pi ROANOKE RAPIDS, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Aeronautical Option Intramural Sports; IAS; Student IFC; Sigma Pi, Secretary 3, 4; Cheerleader 2; Band 1. BOBBY EDWARD BUNKER TOAST, N. C. Textiles Phi Psi. JACKIE BURGESS HUNTERSVILLE, N. C. Industrial and Rural Recreation Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; Athletic Director 3, 4; Vetvi!le Council 1, 3, 4. [81] JOSEPH WAYNE BURRIS Kappa Alpha LINCOLNTON, N. C. Furniture Manufacturing and Management Tau Beta Chi; Intramural Sports; Kappa Alpha, President 4; IFC, Student Furniture Club; Forestry Products and Research Society. JAMES LEO BURTON, JR. ROANOKE RAPIDS, N. C. Civil Engineering Chi Epsilon, Secretary; Arnold Air Society; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi; ASCE. GORDON LEE BUTLER ANDREWS, N C. Forest Management Forestry Club. WALTER CORNELIUS CAGLE GREENSBORO, N. C. Industrial Engineering JENNINGS CARLAND, JR. Alpha Gamma Rho FLETCHER, N. C. Agronomy Ag Club; Agronomy Club. ROBERT REX CARPENTER PEACHLAND, N. C. Civil Engineering Construction Option Scabbard and Blade; ASCE. HARVEY C. CARROLL, JR. HAMLET, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Aeronautical Option IAS; Arnold Air Society; Technician Staff. GLENN EDWARD CARTER EAST ROCKINGHAM, N. C. Textiles Phi Kappa Phi; Sigma Tau Sigma; AFROTC; DMS. HENRY F. CARTER, JR. MAXTON, N. C. Agronomy GARY JACKSON CASEY DUDLEY, N. C. Electrical Engineering Eta Kappa Nu; IRE. ALBERT CASSUTO Sigma Alpha Mu BROOKLYN, N Y. Textiles RICHARD ADRIAN CAUBLE SALISBURY, N. C. Electrical Engineering AIEE; Veterans Association. [82] CHARLES EDWARD CAUDILL GLENDALE SPRINGS, N. C. Agricultural Economics GEORGE EVERETT CAUDLE RICHFIELD, N. C. Agricultural Education Agricultural Education Club; Veterans Association; Dorm Athletic Director. WOO YONG CHA SEOUL, KOREA Textile Chemistry Phi Psi. NED OLIVER CHAPMAN MORGANTON, N. C. Civil Engineering ASCE 3, 4. JESSE CHAPPELL, JR. RALEIGH, N. C. Textiles Delta Kappa Phi. JOE SENTER CHAPPELL FUQUAY SPRINGS, N. C. Agricultural Economics Ag Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Ag Economics Club 3, 4, Vice-President 4. JAMES H. CHEATHAM, JR. Sigma Alpha Epsilon CARY, N. C. Heating and Air Conditioning ASHAE; Campus Book Store HARRY FRAZIER CHERKAS OXFORD, N. C. Textiles Phi Psi; UKAKOB Society DAVID THOMPSON CHURCH STUART, VA. Textiles UKAKOB Society; Treasurer Delta Kappa Phi; Manager of DEKAP; Air Force Glee Club 2. VITO ANTHONY CILIBERTI OLIVE BRIDGE, N. Y. Pulp and Paper Technology Xi Sigma Pi; Pinetum Business Staff Assistant Business Manager 2, Business Manager 3; Alternate to Government 2; Newman Club Treasurer 2, Vice-President 3, President 4; Pinetum Secretary-Treasurer 3; Program Chairman Pulp and Paper Society 4. ROBERT WOOLARD CLARK EVERETTS, N. C. Agronomy Ag Club; Agronomy Club. DONALD HENRY CLARKE GRIMESLAND, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Seniors 1957 [83] Seniors ...1957 RAYMOND W. CLARY, JR. Sigma Phi Epsilon RALEIGH, N C. Civil Engineering Construction Option ASCE. RICHARD WILLIAM CLIMO NEW YORK, N. Y. Industrial and Rural Recreation Kappa Phi Kappa; Varsity Swimming Team 3, 4; Monogram Club; Club. GEORGE B. CLINE, JR. CHAPEL HILL, N. C. Engineering Mathematics Phi Eta Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Kappa Phi Vice-President; Chairman College Union Gallery Committee 2; Chairman Forum Committee 3; Air Force Glee Club; ASCE; IAS. OTIS EARL COBB RALEIGH, N. C Dairy Manufacturing Al Club; Ag Club WILLIAM YOUNTS COBB FarmHouse GREENSBORO, N. C. Dairy Manufacturing Ag Club; Al Club; Interfraternity 2, 3, 4; Dairy Products Judging Team; N. C. Dairy Products Association Scholarship 2, 3. WILLIAM E. COCHRAN, JR. CONCORD, N C. Civil Engineering ACSE; Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4; Big Four Day 2. MAX ROBERT CODY HICKORY, N. C. Dairy Husbandry Dairy Cattle Judging Team. BILLY RAY COGGINS THOMAS ILLE, N. C Textiles Delta Kappa Phi; Intramural Sports. EMIL COHN III Phi Epsilon Pi PHILADELPHIA 19, PA. Furniture Manufacturing and Management Furniture Club; Forest Products Society; Varsity Riflery 1, 2 JOHN L. COLLEY, JR. Tau Kappa Epsilon WILMINGTON, N. C. Industrial Engineering Phi Eta Sigma; Veterans Association; AlIE. PRESTON ANDREW COLLINS MAYSVILLE, N. C. Electrical Engineering Arnold Air Society; AIEE; IRE Student Branch; Lt. Col., AFROTC; Wing Staff Adjutant and Director of Personnel. ROBERT REID COOKE ASHEBORO, N. C Chemical Engineering Phi Eta Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Kappa Phi; Army ROTC 2, 3, 4; AIChE 2, 3, 4, President 4; Engineers Council 4. [84] ARCHIE W. COPELAND RALEIGH, N. C. Industrial and Rural Recreation College Union; CU Dance Committee, Secretary 2, 3; CU Hospitality Chairman 4; CU Board of Chairmen; Cheerleader 3, 4. JOHN WESLEY COPELAND Pi Kappa Alpha DURHAM, N. C. Textiles WILLIAM L. COPELAND PANTEGO, N. C. Math Education Math and Science Club. JOHN ALLIE CORBETT WILSON, N. C. Textiles HAMILTON COREY, JR. Sigma Nu RALEIGH, N. C. Electrical Engineering Phi Eta Sigma; AIEE; ROTC Lt. ROBERT CORNWELL, JR. SOUTHERN PINES, N C. Electrical Engineering IRE; Veterans Association. WILBUR LESLIE CORSON Sigma Nu RALEIGH, N. C. Industrial Engineering Fencing 1 ; AIIE; Amateur Radio Club; Veterans Association. LEONARD WAYNE COTTEN PITTSBORO, N. C. Electrical Engineering Arnold Air Society; Cross Country 1; Intramural Athletics 2, 4; AIEE; Council; Dorm President; Advanced AFROTC. JOHN W. COWAND, JR. WINDSOR, N. C. Chemical Engineering Forum Committee AIChE; Engineers Council. KENNETH W. COWANS HICKSVILLE, N. Y. Mechanical Engineering Aeronautical Option FRANK A. CRAWFORD CHADBOURN, N. C Industrial Arts WILLIAM K. CREASY GIBSONVILLE, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Aeronautical Option IAS. [85] LEWIS WALTER CRESS CONCORD, N. C. Agricultural Education HERMAN G. CROOM, JR. Alpha Gamma Rho AYDEN, N. C. Agricultural Education Kappa Phi Kappa; Ag Club; Ag Club. RONALD WARREN CROW LEXINGTON, N. C. Textiles Phi Psi; Baptist Student Union; 1, 2. WILLIS I. CRUMPLER, JR. WATHA, N. C. Mechanical Engineering MORRIS RAY CURRY GREENSBORO, N C Chemical Engineering AIChE Vice-President. KENNETH MYRON DABER MT. AIRY, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Theta Tau; ASME. JAMES FREDERICK DALBY Sigma Phi Epsilon NORFOLK, VA. Engineering Mathematics Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tau Sigma; Mu Beta Psi; Sigma Pi Alpha; Interfraternity Bowling; NC State Band 1, 2. ABBAS A. KARIM DAOUD SAMARRA, IRAQ Entomology CONRAD ALVIN DAVIS LEAKSVILLE, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Baseball 1; Army ROTC; ASME. JOHN HARRY DASKAL FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. Industrial and Rural Recreation Football 1, 2, 3, 4. BENNIE BURTON DAVIS RALEIGH, N. C. Textiles Phi Psi. HANNA NOURI DAOUD MOSUL, IRAQ General Horticulture and Ornamentals Horticulture Club; International Club; Cosmopolitan Club; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi. [86] GENE CARROLL DAVIS GASTONIA, N. C. Industrial Engineering Alpha Pi Mu; AIIE; Intramural Sports 3, 4; Captain, Army ROTC. JAMES ROBERT DAVIS HILLSBORO, N. C. Civil Engineering ASCE; VCD. REEVES KETNER DAVIS CANDLER, N. C Mechanical Engineering Secretary Veterans Association; Association 1, 2, 3, 4; ASME 1, 2, 3, 4; ASME Membership 4; Engineers Council 3, 4; State Fair Exhibit Chairman; College Union Theater Committee. THOMAS SAFRIT DAVIS CLIFFSIDE, N C. Mechanical Engineering Theta Tau; Pi Tau Sigma; ASME; Government; Phi Kappa Phi; Tau Beta Pi, YOUNG STEELE DAVIS, JR. STATESVILLE, N. C. Textiles J. GODFREY DAYE CONCORD, N. C. Heating and Air Conditioning Arnold Air Society 3, 4; ASHAE 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Fencing 1, 2, 3, Captain 3; Dorm Secretary and Floor Manager 3; Dorm President and 4; Engineers Fair; AFROTC 1, 2, 3, 4; Interdormitory Council 4. PERRY LEE DEAL LANDIS, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Aeronautical Option Arnold Air Society; IAS; Intramural Sports; Distinguished Military Student; Dorm Vice-President; Dorm Social Dorm Floor Manager. ROBERT BURNELL DEAL HICKORY, N. C. Industrial Engineering Student Government Judicial Board; AIIE; Engineers Council JOHN HARRISON DeCOSTE BASKING RIDGE, N. J. Forest Management Xi Sigma Pi; ICD; Forestry Club. JOHN B. DeCOURSEY III CHARLOTTE, N. C. Industrial Arts—Technical Option Tennis 1, 2, 3, Team Captain 4; Sports; Industrial Arts Club. EMERSON B. DEESE, JR. FarmHouse MONROE, N. C. Agriculture—Soils Editor Crops and Soils; Editoral Staff of The Agriculturist; Ag Club; Club; BSU Council; Ag School Day. AUGUST A. DeHERTOGH Sigma Chi LEMONT, ILL. Field Crops Scabbard and Blade; Intramurals; Chairman of Investigations Committee for Jury Board. Seniors [87] Seniors ..1957 JAMES WILLIAM DEMPSEY Phi Kappa Tau WINTERVILLE, N C Industrial Arts—Technical Option Secretary Phi Kappa Tau 4; Veterans Club 1, 2, 3, 4; YDC 3, 4; Industrial Arts Club 3, 4; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4. DONALD LEE DENTON MORGANTON, N. C. Electrical Engineering Arnold Air Society; Distinguished Student; Art Editor Technician; Tennis Team 1; Secretary 3, 4; Baptist Student Union Council; College Union Beard of College Union Board of Directors; Arnold Air Society; Recorder, AlIE DARRELL CHARLES DESS NEW CASTLE, PA. Industrial and Rural Recreation Monogram Club Secretary; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM EDWIN DICK, JR. Alpha Gamma Rho AFTON, VA. Agricultural and Biological Chemistry RICHARD E. S. DIGGS NORFOLK, VA Engineering ASME GEORGE GRADY DIXON AYDEN, N. C. Electrical Engineering CHARLIE ODELL DOWD Pi Kappa Phi GIBSONVILLE, N. C. Electrical Engineering Eta Kappa Nu; Veterans Club; AIEE; EE Honors Program; Education Traffic Committee; President Pledge Class, Pi Kappa Phi. VICTOR GERALD DOWLESS ACME, N. C. Forestry Xi Sigma Pi; Ranger 4; Pinetum 4; Student Government; SAF; Forestry Club Sergeant-At-Arms 4. JAMES ARCHIE DRIGGERS FAYETTEVILLE, N. C Textiles—Yarn Manufacturing Kappa Tau Beta; Tompkins Textile Council; Veterans Association WILLIAM LOUIS DUDLEY ROXBORO, N. C. Civil Engineering ASCE; NSPR; VCD; Intramurals ROBERT LEWIS DUNIGAN BURGAW, N C. Agricultural Education Football 1, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM HARP DUNN STATESVILLE, N C Civil Engineering Construction Option Gymnastic Club 2, 3; ASCE. [88] JOHN JOSEPH DuPLESSIS Sigma Phi Epsilon RICHMOND, VA. Nuclear and Metallurgical Engineering Phi Eta Sigma; Sigma Phi Sigma; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; AIP; Society for Metals. CHARLES E. DUSENBURY WILMINGTON, N C Mechanical Engineering ASME. JIMMIE RONALD ECKARD CHARLOTTE, N C Chemical Engineering AIChE; Cross Country 4; Track 4; Vice-President Tucker Dorm 1; Council 4. SPENCER S. EDMONDSON,JR. ROCKY MOUNT, N C Industrial Engineering Varsity Golf I, 2, 3, 4. JACK DEAN EDWARDS PISGAH FOREST, N C Forest Management ALEX McEACHERN EFIRD Sigma Phi Epsilon WILMINGTON, N. C. Industrial Engineering Alpha Pi Mu; Scabbard and Blade; Golf 1, 2, 3, 4. JONATHAN BARNES ELLIS STANTONSBURG, N. C. Ag Economics Ag Economics Club JAMES THURMAN EMERY RALEIGH, N C Electrical Engineering JOE BRANDON EMORY ASHEVILLE, N. C. Forest Management Forestry Club; SAF; Tennis 1; Arnold Air Society. JOHN ALBERT EMORY ASHEVILLE, N. C Agricultural and Biological Chemistry FRANK WATSON ENGLISH MARION, N. C. Dairy Manufacturing Dairy Products Judging Team; Ag Club; Al CLUB HARRY EDWARD EPPS WILSON, N. C. Furniture Manufacturing and Management Tau Beta Pi Vice-President; Phi Kappa Phi; AIIE; Furniture Club; Companion of St. Patrick. [89] JOSE JOAQUIN ESCOBAR COLOMBIA, S. A. Textiles Soccer Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Cosmopolitan Club; Newman Club; Billiard Team. RONALD RHODES ESTRIDGE ASHEVILLE, N. C Industrial Engineering GARY EUGENE EVERHARDT LENOIR, N. C. Civil Engineering WINFIELD H. FARTHING BOONE, N. C. Electrical Engineering Eta Kappa Nu; Phi Kappa Phi; Tau Beta Pi; Band; Glee Club; AIEE. KNUT FASTING SANDVIKA OSLO, NORWAY Electrical Engineering WILLIAM J. FEIMSTER UNION GROVE, N. C. Agricultural Education Kappa Phi Kappa; Phi Kappa Phi; Manager Vo-Ag Club; Ag Club; Ag Club. WORDEST RAY FELTS ROANOKE RAPIDS, N. C. Textiles Phi Psi. JORGE FERENCZI HAVANA, CUBA Textiles Delta Kappa Phi; Varsity Soccer 1; President Cosmopolitan Club. JOHN CARROLL FIELDS GOLDSBORO, N. C. Wild Life Conservation and Management Leopold Wildlife Club. RODDY HARPER FIELDS GREENSBORO, N. C. Mechanized Agriculture ASAE; Scabbard and Blade; ROTC 1st Lt. ARTHUR WILLIAM FIHELLY ALEXANDRIA, VA Nuclear Engineering Sigma Pi Sigma; AIP; CU Forum HAROLD M. FLANAGAN FARMVILLE, N. C. Agronomy Alpha Pi Omega; Monogram Club; Swimming Team 2, 3. [90] WILLIAM F. FLEMING SALISBURY, N C. Electrical Engineering Phi Eta Sigma; Scabbard and Blade; AIEE WALLACE EUIN FORD CHARLOTTE, N. C. Industrial Engineering Glee Club 2; AlIE; Baseball 2; Freshman Class; Intramural Sports. JOHN LEE FREEMAN HENDERSONVILLE, N. C. Ceramic Engineering Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi; Tau Beta Pi; Companion of St. Patrick; Steele Scholarship Cup; Chairman Board SE; Moland-Drysdale Cup; Scabbard and Blade; Theta Tau Keramos; President ACS; Council; Publicity Committee CU; Canterbury Club; 1st Lt. ROTC. JOE PRESSON FREEZE CHINA GROVE, N C Electrical Engineering AIEE EDWARD WILLIAM FRIDDLE RALEIGH, N. C Ceramic Engineering Newman Club; Keramos; Treasurer Keramos; ACS DARALD CLINTON FRINK SHALLOTTE, N C Heating and Air Conditioning ASHAE JOHN WILLIAM FRYE, JR. ABERDEEN, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Aeronautical Option President CU; Model Airplane Club 2, 3, 4; IAS; Vice-Chairman IAS 4; Arnold Air Society 4; Distinguished Military Student; AFROTC 4. THOMAS WINFRED FRYE MT. AIRY, N. C. Electrical Engineering Theta Tau Vice-Regent; IRE. WARREN SULLIVAN FULTON LAURINBURG, N. C. Textiles Phi Psi; UKAOB. NEIL ROGER FUTTERMAN Phi Epsilon Pi JACKSON HEIGHTS, N. Y. Textiles Phi Psi; Textile Forum; Tennis Team 1, 2. RONALD ANDRE GALL NEW CASTLE, PA Industrial and Rural Recreation Monogram Club; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Track 2. WILLIAM P. GARRABRANT Sigma Alpha Epsilon WILMINGTON, N. C. Furniture Manufacturing and Management Student Government 2; IDC 2; 4th Dorm; Freshman Committee; Student Legislature 2, 3; AlA; Furniture Club; Cheerleader 3; Director CU Duplicate Bridge 2, 3, 4. Seniors ...1957 [91] Seniors ...1957 VICTOR HERBERT GARROU VALDESE, N C Textile Chemistry Sigma Tau Sigma; Delta Kappa Phi; Vice-President Gold Dorm 3, 4; Tompkins Textile Council; President AATCC 4. BOBBY RAY GAY KITTRELL, N. C. Agricultural Engineering ASAE; Veterans Club GEORGE SABIN GIBBS Sigma Alpha Epsilon CHEVY CHASE, MD. Forest Management Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Forestry Club 2, 3, 4; Judicial Board Investigations Committee. JAMES PATTERSON GIBSON LAUREL HILL, N. C Mechanized Agriculture Mu Beta Psi; ASAE; Wesley Band 1, 2. RALPH MARION GIBSON LAURINBURG, N. C. Mechanical Engineering ROBERT IRWIN GIDDINS Sigma Alpha Mu BELLE HARBOR, N. Y. Textiles Freshman Basketball 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; IFC Representative to Department 4. RALPH LYNWOOD GILLAND CHARLOTTE, N. C. Design JAMES DABNEY GILLIAM Lambda Chi Alpha RALEIGH, N C Animal Industry—Pre-Vet Al Club ROBERT T. GLADWELL, JR. GREENSBORO, N C Mechanical Engineering ASME; US Naval Reserve. RENATO JAIME GOMEZ COLOMBIA, S A Textiles—Management CECIL CONWAY GOODE, JR. BOILING SPRINGS, N C Mechanized Agriculture Ag Club; ASAE. SIDNEY H. GORDON Sigma Alpha Epsilon GREENSBORO, N. C. Mechanical Engineering AFROTC; Cheerleader 3, 4 [92] GROVER AUDREY GORE SHALLOTTE, N. C. Animal Industry Al Club; Ag Club. JAMES WILLIAM GORE Alpha Gamma Rho TABOR CITY, N. C Agricultural Education Kappa Phi Kappa; Alpha Zeta; Ag Club ; Ag Education Club. LEONARD MANN GOULD NEWPORT, N C Industrial Engineering Theta Tau ; AlIE ; PCA HOWARD STAFFORD GRAY Alpha Gamma Rho KERNERSVILLE, N. C. Animal Husbandry Baseball 1 ; Meats Team 3; Livestock Team 4. JOHN RANDOLPH GREEN TARBORO, N. C. Industrial Arts Chess Club; ROTC; Drum and Bugle Corps 1, 2. WILBUR KENT GREER OLD FORT, N. C. Chemical Engineering Scabbard and Blade; President, Ball; Dormitory Floor Manager; AIChE. DONALD DeARMON GREY CHARLOTTE, N. C. Mechanical Engineering ASME. BILLY JOE GRIFFIN MARSHVILLE, N C Textiles WILLIAM J. GRISWOLD Kappa Alpha DURHAM, N. C. Textiles Delta Kappa Phi THOMAS ARTHUR GROCE II ASHEVILLE, N. C Chemical Engineering AIChE. ELLIOT BREWER GROVER Sigma Alpha Epsilon RALEIGH, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Pi Tau Sigma, President; Tau Beta Pi Phi Kappa Phi; ASME; Engineers Council; Student Government 2; Alumni Chairman, Chaplain Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Honors Prograrm ALBERT JOHN GRUNFELD Phi Epsilon Pi SCRANTON, PA. Textiles Editor, Textile Forum; Tompkins Council; Student Publication Board. NEHMET IRFAN GUNER ZONGULDAK, TURKEY Mechanical Engineering Cosmopolitan Club. ROBERT M. GUNN Kappa Sigma CHARLOTTE, N. C. Civil Engineering Blue Key, President; Golden Chain; ASCE; Vice-President, N. C. State Student Legislature; Vice-President, Student Government 3. CREIGHTON LEE GUPTON CASTALIA, N. C. Agricultural Education Intramural Sports 2, 3; Ag Club; Ag Education Club. RALPH F. GURGANUS JACKSONVILLE, N. C. Forest Management Phi Sigma Pi; Forestry Club, YMCA Cabinet 2; Veterans Club. EDWARD DEWITT GURLEY BOSTIC, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Phi Eta Sigma; Theta Tau; Tau Beta Pi; Intramural Sports 2, 4; ASME; Vetville Council 3; Veterans 2, 4; Pi Tau Sigma. NORMAN EUGENE GUTHRIE SALISBURY, N. C. Civil Engineering ASCE. WILLIAM ALVIN HALL RALEIGH, N. C. Mechanical Engineering GHAZI ISMAIL HAMAD ROCKY MOUNT, N. C. Mechanical Engineering ASME. JOE WEBB HAMRICK CHIMNEY ROCK, N. C. Textiles Delta Kappa Phi; YMCA Cabinet. BILLY MAURICE HANEY CANTON, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Aeronautical Option Phi Eta Sigma; Intramural Sports; IAS; ASME; Veterans Association. JOSEPH DONALD HANEY Sigma Alpha Epsilon CHARLOTTE, N. C. Civil Engineering CHARLES W. HANNAH CLYDE, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Blue Key; ASME; Veterans Club; Theta Tau; Vetville Council. [94] RICHARD H. HAPWARD, JR. BLOOMFIELD, N J. Poultry Science Freshman Basketball 1; Varsity Soccer 3, 4; Dormitory Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club; City League 3; Wesley Foundation; Ag Club; Poultry Science Club. JERRY WARREN HARDESTY ELZABETH CITY, N. C. Animal Husbandry AFROTC Drill Team 1, 2; Ag Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Al Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Livestock Judging Team; YMCA. WILLIAM A. HARDISTER, JR. Sigma Nu NORTH WILKESBORO, N. C Mechanical Engineering Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4. CHARLES RICHARD HARDY FRANKLIN, VA. Furniture Manufacturing and Management Furniture Club, Secretary 3; Forest Products Research Society, President 4. CROOM HARDY III HOPEWELL, VA. Industrial and Rural Recreation Veterans Club 3, 4; Recreation Club, Secretary 4; Athletic Director Bagwell Dorm NORWOOD O. HARGROVE CLINTON, N C. Agricultural Education Agriculture Club; Ag Education Club. JESSE W. HARRELL, JR. ROANOKE RAPIDS, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Aeronautical Option Theta Tau; IAS. CLARENCE ELTON HARRIS ARCOLA, N. C. Agricultural Education Agriculturist, Reporter 2; Intramural Football 1, 2; Ag Education Club; Ag Club; Ag Fair Committee 2; YMCA ALBERT STUART HART Sigma Alpha Epsilon HIGH POINT, N. C. Nuclear Engineering Pershing Rifles 1, 2; Scabbard and Blade 3, 4; CU Photography 1. BERRY THOMAS HART GOLDSBORO, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Pershing Rifles; Army ROTC; ROBERT PAUL HASTINGS LAWNDALE N. C. Textiles Delta Kappa Phi GEORGE GLENN HATCH MT. OLIVE, N. C. Mechanical Engineering ASME; IDC; Veterans Association. Seniors ...1957 [95] Seniors ...1957 RAY EUGENE HATCHER STATESVILLE, N. C Textiles J. LEE HAUSER Theta Chi RURAL HALL, N. C. Heating and Air Conditioning ASHVE; Intramurals; President, Theta Chi Fraternity 4. GERALD GORDON HAWKINS Sigma Nu RALEIGH, N C Industrial and Rural Recreation President Sigma Nu 4, Vice-President 3, Secretary 3; Arnold Air Society Historian 4; Sports Editor Technician 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Member Athletic Council 3, 4; Student 3; IFC 3, 4, Publicity Chairman 4. MARION ARNOLD HAWKINS SANDY RIDGE, N. C Agriculture Business Manager, Crops and Soils; ASA; Ag Club; Veterans Club. THOMAS B. HAWKINS, JR. WILMINGTON, N C Industrial Engineering AIIE; Veterans Association: Campus Stores Activity Committee DONALD O. HEAFNER BELMONT, N C. Chemical Engineering Mu Beta Psi, Secretary; AIChE; N. C State Orchestra. DAVID A. HEINZMANN Sigma Phi Epsilon ROCK HILL, S. C Chemical Engineering Phi Eta Sigma; AIChE; Social Func- tions Committee; IFC. JOSEPH A. HELM, JR. SINKS GROVE, W. A Mechanical Engineering ASME; Veterans Association; Softball 2. WILLIAM H. HERRING, JR. Pi Kappa Phi GASTONIA, N. C. Civil Engineering TERRY LEE HERSHEY MORRIS PLAINS, N. J Nuclear Engineering Alpha Phi Omega; Thirty and Three Monogram Club; AIP; Engineers IDC Publicity Director; Editor, The Methodist Student; Wrestling 1, 2 Wesley Foundation. RICHARD DEWITT HEWITT Tau Kappa Epsilon MORAVIA, N. Y. Agricultural Economics CHARLES S. HEYMAN, JR. ROME, GA. Furniture Manufacturing and Management Freshman Tennis 1. [96] JOHN F. HICKMAN III RALEIGH, N. C. Construction ASCE; Vetville Council. JACKIE VANN HILL CLINTON, N C. Agriculture ROGER POST HILL Alpha Gamma Rho PINK HILL, N. C. Agronomy Alpha Zeta, Pledgemaster; Blue Key; Editor, Agriculturist, Staff 2, 3; Board 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Junior Class Treasurer 3, President 4; Ag Club; Agronomy Club; ASA Treasurer; President Alpha Rho; Chairman Agronomy Fair 3; Student Welfare Committee 2. JOHN CALDAR HINSON MONROE, N. C. Textiles JUAN EDUARDO HISADA CARY, N. C. Industrial Engineering Newman Club; Cosmopolitan Club. DONALD E. HITCHCOCK Phi Kappa Tau CHARLOTTE, N. C. Textiles Arnold Air Society; Baseball 1. BYRON RANKIN HODGIN GUILFORD COLLEGE, N. C. Animal Industry Business Manager, Meat Milk; Ag Club; Ag Fair Chairman 4; Al Club Custodian 2; Treasurer, Meat Milk Publications. EMANUEL K. HOFFMAN GOLD HILL, N. C Civil Engineering CLIFFORD W. HOLDSCLAW SHERRILLS FORD, N. C. Agricultural Education Ag Club; Ag Education Club; Wesley Foundation; Reporter Ag Education Club. ALMON ORLAND HOLLAND RUTH, N. C. Textiles Phi Psi; TTC. WILLIAM J. HOLLENBECK FORT BRAGG, N. C. Mechanical Engineering ASME. ROBERT DOUGLAS HOLMES HENDERSON, N. C. Civil Engineering Chi Epsilon; ASCE; Veterans Club; Treasurer Chi Epsilon. [97] WILLIAM C. HOLOMAN RALEIGH, N. C. Chemical Engineering Scabbard and Blade 4; Chairman Film Committee CU; CU Social Committee 2; CU Board of Directors 4; AIChE 2, 3, 4; Wolfpack Band 2; Wild Life Club 3, 4; State College DeMolay 4; Young Republicans Club 4. CHARLIE H. HONEYCUTT Sigma Nu SALISBURY, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Intramurals 1, 4; Lt. Commander Sigma Nu Fraternity. JAFAR HOOMANI TEHERAN, IRAN Civil Engineering Chi Epsilon; ASCE; Soccer 1, 2. LEONARD CLYDE HOOTS HENDERSONVILLE, N. C. Electrical Engineering Scabbard and Blade; AIEE; IRE; Director WUWP. DAVID REID HOPKINS Alpha Gamma Rho BROWN SUMMIT, N. C. Agronomy Agriculturist, Circulation 2; Big Four Sports Day 2; Reporter and Secretary, American Society of Agronomy; Treasurer, Alpha Gamma Rho; Agriculture Club. WILLIAM H. HORNE III CHARLOTTE, N. C. Electrical Engineering Institute of Radio Engineers; Amateur Radio Club; Veterans Association, President 2, 3; Young Republicans Club. CARL RANDOLPH HORTON Theta Tau LEAKSVILLE, N. C. Industrial Engineering FRED WILLIAM HOUTZ, JR. Sigma Alpha Epsilon ELIZABETH CITY, N. C. Industrial Engineering Mechanical Engineering Phi Eta Sigma; Alpha Phi Mu; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, President 3; AllE ARTHUR LEON HOWARD, JR. RALEIGH, N C. Wood Products Merchandising Alpha Phi Omega, Vice-President 2, 3, 4; Forestry Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Forest Product Research Society 2, 3, 4. GEORGE R. HOWARD, JR. Kappa Alpha CHARLOTTE, N. C Chemistry WILLIAM E. HOWARD KANNAPOLIS, N. C Electrical Engineering JOE DAWKINS HOWELL WAYNESVILLE, N. C. Animal Husbandry (Pre-Vet.) Animal Industry Club; Pre-Veterinary [98] MELVIN EDGAR HOWELL Kappa Phi Kappa TYNER, N. C. Agricultural Education Agriculture Education Club; Club. BOBBY LYNWOOD HUBBARD Sigma Chi CHARLOTTE, N. C. Textiles—Management Option Scabbard and Blade Society; Pershing Rifles Society; Fraternity Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Treasurer, Sophomore Class 2. DONALD ELMER HUDSON ZIRCORIA, N. C. Horticulture Horticulture Club, President 3; BSU Council 3, 4; Agriculture Club 1, 2. LARRY BRUCE HUDSON MAIDEN, N. C. Electrical Engineering Eta Kappa Nu; IRE. JAMES P. HUFFSTETLER GASTONIA, N. C. Electrical Engineering Institute of Radio Engineers. CHARLES BELAY HUMMEL Sigma Nu RALEIGH, N. C. Industrial Engineering AlIE; Veterans Association; Lutheran Student Association, Vice-President 2; Dormitory Club. ROBERT REEVES HYATT FarmHouse BRYSON CITY, N. C. Soils Agriculture Club; Agronomy Club; American Society of Agronomy. JOHN H. ISIMINGER WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. Mechanical Engineering ASME. CHARLES THOMAS ISOM HIGH POINT, N. C. Furniture Manufacturing and Management Furniture Club; FPRS, Secretary. CHARLES ARMON JACKSON Alpha Gamma Rho BENSON, N. C. Horticulture Alpha Zeta; Agriculturist Staff; Government 4; YMCA Cabinet 4; College Union Board of Directors 3; Horticulture Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President; Ag Club 1-4; Wesley Foundation 1, 2. HARRY COMLY JAMES GRAHAM, N. C. Electrical Engineering AIEE; IRE; College Union Theatre Committee. RAFI JAVID TEHERAN, IRAN Electrical Engineering Cosmopolitan Club; International Club; Vice-President, Turlington; IDC Chairman. Seniors 1957 [99] Seniors . .1957 JAMES HOWARD JERNIGAN GODWIN, N. C. Agricultural Education RICHARD F. JESSUP WINSTON-SALEM, N. C Agricultural Engineering ASAE; IDC; Pershing Rifles; Alexander Vice-President, Floor Manager 3, Manager 4; Army ROTC PIO 4; IDC Secretary 4. ROBERT JOBE ELM CITY, N. C. Civil Engineering FREDA LEROY JOHNSON BENSON, N. C. Civil Engineering Construction Option ASCE. JAMES V. JOHNSON, JR. KENLY, N. C. Mechanical Engineering ASME; Theta Tau; CU Board of Vetville Mayor; Student Development Committee. MACK McGUIRE JOHNSON FOUR OAKS, N C. Textiles Delta Kappa Phi; Basketball 1; Floor Manager, Alexander Dorm 4. NED GARRETT JOHNSON SHELBY, N. C. Heating and Air Conditioning ASHAE. JOHN WALTER JONES SPARTA, N. C. Animal Husbandry JOSEPH WALTERS JONES HICKORY, N. C. Mechanical Engineering ASM; ASTE. THOMAS GUTHRIE JONES GRAHAM, N C. Agronomy RICHARD CHARLES JORDON Phi Epsilon Pi CAMBRIA HEIGHTS, N. J. Textile Chemistry Phi Psi; Track Team 1; Tompkins Council, Secretary; AATChC, Vice-President; IFC, Activities Phi Epsilon Pi, Vice-President WILLIAM MICHAEL JOYCE WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. Industrial Engineering AIIE; Intramural Sports; Berry Dorm, Secretary. [100] JOSEPH WILLIAM KAPHERR CREEDMOOR, N. C. Mechanical Engineering WILLIAM H. KELLER, JR. CORINTH-HOLDERS, N. C. Industrial and Rural Recreation JACK STEWART KELLEY LOGAN, W. VA. Forest Management Pinetum Staff; Forestry Club. RICHARD PEATROSS KELLEY GERMANTON, N. C. Industrial Engineering AIIE. JACK CRAIG KENNEDY THOMASVILLE, N. C. Electrical Engineering AIEE 3, 4; Pfeiffer College 1, 2. DAVID HARRIS KERSEY S igma Phi Epsilon GREENSBORO, N. C. Civil Engineering Chi Epsilon; Phi Eta Sigma; Arnold Air Society, Executive Officer; Dean ' s List; ASCE, Secretary; Drama Club; AFROTC, Squadron Phi Kappa Phi, Certificate for High Honors; Sigma Phi Epsilon, Committee; Winner, Chicago Tribune Medal for junior in AFROTC. JAMES EDWARD KEY MOUNT AIRY, N. C. Electrical Engineering AIEE ; Textile Conference Committee. WILLIE L. KILIAN, JR. RIDGEWAY, N. C. Mechanized Agriculture Phi Eta Sigma; ASAE; YMCA. WILLIAM ROSS KIMBALL CHINA GROVE, N. C. Mechanical Engineering ASME. RONALD DAVID KINCAID KINGS MOUNTAIN, N. C. Mechanical Engineering ASME; ROTC, Major; Scabbard and Blade. ROBERT TRAVIS KING FAIR BLUFF, N. C. Animal Industry Intramural Sports; Ag Club; Al Club. WILLIAM PRESTON KING FAIR BLUFF, N. C. Animal Industry Intramural Sports; Ag Club; Al Club. [101] JAMES FELIX KLUTTZ WILLIAM ERNEST KOPP SAMUEL J. LAMBERT, JR. JOHN PAUL LANGLEY Kappa Alpha CLINTON, N. C. Alpha Gamma Rho ROCKY MOUNT, N. C. CONCORD, N. C. Industrial Arts BRODNAX, VA. Dairy Manufacturing Design Dairy Husbandry DANIEL VERNON KNIGHT PANTEGO, N. C. Chemical Engineering AIChE. GEORGE D. KNIGHT, JR. NORLINA, N C Architecture MAHLON B. KUNSELMAN FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. Forest Management Xi Sigma Pi. JOHN MARSHALL LAKE Sigma Phi Epsilon CHARLOTTE, N C. Mechanical Engineering ASME; Arnold Air Society; Rifle Team I, 2, 3; Drill Team 1, 2; Secretary; Senior Class; Honor Flight Leader 3; Wing Commander 4; Sigma Phi Epsilon Scholastic Chairman. JANE ASBILL LAND YORK, S. C. Chemical Engineering AIChE; Hospitality Committee, College Union 1, 2; Library Committee 2. JOHN HAYWOOD LANE, JR. Sigma Chi RALEIGH, N. C. Agronomy Blue Key; Ag Club; Consolidated Council; Technician Business Manager 3, 4; Agronomy Club; Vice-President, Student Government 4; S. G. Senator 2, 3; Investigations Committee Chairman 3; Sigma Chi, Historian 2; Corresponding Secretary, Blue Key. OTHA GENE LANGLEY ROCKY MOUNT, N. C. Agricultural Education KILBY CHESLEY LANIER CHINQUAPIN, N C Agricultural Education Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi; YMCA Cabinet 2-4; Kappa Phi Kappa, Presiident; Student Government 2; Ag Education Club; Social Functions Committee. [102] EDWARD BERT LASSITER FarmHouse FOUR OAKS, N. C. Agricultural Economics Ag Economics Club. GEORGE TERRELL LATHROP Sigma Chi ASHEVILLE, N. C. Civil Engineering Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Eta Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Arnold Air Society; Sigma Epsilon; Scabbard and Blade; Blue Key; Golden Chain; ASCE; Feature Editor Technician 2, Associate Editor 3, Editor 4; Intramurals; CUSC 4; Cad. Col. AFROTC; CU Board of Print Shop Committee. CHARLES JAMES LAW, JR. PELHAM, N C. Agricultural Education Alpha Zeta, Treasurer; Thirty Three, Vice-President; Blue Key, Vice-President; Golden Chain; Secretary Kappa Phi Kappa; Treasurer YMCA; President YMCA; Treasurer Ag Club; Secretary Treasurer CUSC. JAMES LANGSTON LAW REIDSVILLE, N. C Textiles—Synthetic and Yarn Manufacturing Delta Kappa Phi; Veterans Club ROBERT LEE LAWRENCE Sigma Phi Epsilon WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Tau Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; ASME; President, Sigma Phi Epsilon. EDWARD J. LAWSON, JR. DUBLIN, GA Wood Technology Xi Sigma Pi; Track 1; Forestry Club 1, 2, 3, 4. HAL THOMAS LEACH STATESVILLE, N C Electrical Engineering AIEE; IRE; Veterans Association PALMER WILSON LEE FarmHouse MARSHVILLE, N. C. Poultry Science Agriculturist Staff 3; Poultry Judging Team 4; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3; Poultry Club Program 3. ASHLEY GRAY LEGGETT, JR. WASHINGTON, N. C. Electrical Engineering Phi Eta Sigma; Eta Kappa Nu; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Kappa Phi; Alpha Phi Omega 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 2, 3, President 3; Engineers Council 3, 4; AIEE 4; IRE 2, 3, 4; Chairman IRE 4 DONALD TURNER LIDEN ROCKVILLE CENTRE, N. Y Dairy Manufacturing Animal Industry Club; Ag Club; Track 1, 2; Wrestling 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Dairy Products Judging Team. LARRY KEITH LINKER CONCORD, N C Agricultural Education Kappa Phi Kappa; Assistant Business Manager Vo-Ag; Ag Education Club; Agricultural Club PHIL EMMANUEL LIPE Theta Chi LANDIS, N. C Textiles Seniors ...1957 [103] Seniors ...1957 JAMES FRANKLIN LOCKLEAR GIBSON, N. C. Textiles Member of Inter-Varsity; Christian Fellowship. CHARLES MARVIN LOFLAND CONOVER, N. C. Industrial Engineering AlIE 4; Veterans Association 3, 4. JOHN YOUNG LOMAX GUILFORD COLLEGE, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Theta Tau; Pi Tau Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Blue Key; Golden Chain Arch Regent; Business Manager, Radio Station WVWP; Editor, Daily Technician; Publications Board; Engineers Council, Vice-President; ASME; ASM; ASTE; Chairman, Engineers Exposition. JAMES L. LOWE, JR. ELKIN, N. C. Textiles Phi Psi. ROY LEON LUCKENBACH WINSTON-SALEM, N C. Textile Chemistry Delta Kappa Phi; American Textile Chemists Colorists; Veterans Association; Agromeck Staff; AATCC, Secretary; Sales Manager, WVWP. ELLIS BAXTER LYDA HENDERSONVILLE, N. C. Agricultural Education Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Ag Education Club; Ag Club. JAMES NEVIS McALISTER KANNAPOLIS, N. C Industrial Engineering PETER EDWARD McELLIGOTT VESTAL, N Y. Nuclear Engineering AIP; Sigma Pi Sigma; Sigma Pi Alpha; Mu Beta Psi, President; State College Band, Orchestra and Glee Club. SAMUEL FRITZ McGEIVER ASHEBORO, N C. Electrical Engineering Phi Eta Sigma; Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi, Recording Secretary; Phi Kappa Phi; Student Government Representative; Engineers Council 3, 4. WILLIAM C. McGINNIS CHARLOTTE. N C Animal Industry Ag Club 1, 2, 3, 4; AIC 1, 2, 3, 4; Scabbard and Blade, President; Dairy Science Club 4; Dairy Cattle Judging Team 4; Livestock Day Winner of F. M. Haig Trophy 4. ROBERT LEE McGUIRE BREVARD, N. C Animal Husbandry Intramural Basketball; Football; Ag Club; Al Club; Livestock Judging Team. JERRY ALLEN McINTOSH NEW BERN, N. C Furniture Manufacturing and Management Cross Country Track 1 ; Red Coat Band 1, 2; Furniture Club; FPRS. [104] JAMES H. McKENZIE GASTONIA, N. C. Industrial Engineering AIIE. JAMES M. McKENZIE SALEMBURG, N. C. Electrical Engineering KENNETH L. McKINNEY GREENSBORO, N. C. Textile Chemistry AATCC; Delta Kappa Phi. FLOYD ALLEN McLAURIN Sigma Alpha Epsilon FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. Electrical Engineering AIEE; Arnold Air Society; Military Editor, Agromeck; AFROTC, Lt. Colonel, Wing Staff; DMS. PHILLIP BROOKS McMAHAN BLACK MOUNTAIN, N. C. Animal Industry Al Club; Ag Club; Block and Bridle Club. DAVID LESTER MACE LINCOLNTON, N C. Civil Engineering Construction Option ASCE 3, 4. FRED ALLEN MANGUM, JR. ZEBULON, N. C. Agricultural Economics Ag Club; Ag Economics Club, CHARLES MOORE MARTIN Sigma Alpha Epsilon DANBURY, N C Nuclear Engineering Scabbard and Blade; Student 2; State Student Legislature 2, 3; Wataugan. HAROLD LUTHER MARTIN Sigma Phi Epsilon HIGH POINT, N. C Civil Engineering ASCE; Monogram Club; Cross-Country 1, 2; Track 1, 2. HENRY SCOTT MARTIN BOONVILLE, N. C. Textiles Phi Psi; Wrestling 1 UCAKOB. EDWARD S. MASSENBURG RALEIGH, N. C. Mechanized Agriculture ASAE; Ag Club; Veterans Association. MORGAN T. MASSEY Sigma Phi Epsilon CHARLOTTE, N. C. Electrical Engineering YMCA; AIEE; IRE; Phi Kappa Phi, Honor Certificate. [105] KEITH STEWART MASON WILLIAM THOMAS MEEKS JERRY POWELL MILLER FRANK E. MINTER, JR. NEWPORT, N. C. WADESBORO, N. C. Pi Kappa Phi Sigma Alpha Epsilon Horticulture Electrical Engineering LENOIR, N. C. DURHAM, N. C. Horticulture Club; Social Director Theta Tau; AIEE; IRE; VCD. Mechanical Engineering Engineering Physics Welch Dormitory 2. Aeronautical Option Student Government Representative 2; IAS; AFROTC, Flight Commander. Advisory Committee 3, 4; Student Supply Stores. MICHAEL A. MASON, JR. GEORGE JOHN MEYER, JR. Sigma Chi RALEIGH, N. C. BEAUFORT, N. C. Electrical Engineering THOMAS D. MILLER III Chemical Engineering AIEE, Secretary; Judicial Board; MOORESVILLE, N. C. JACK REID MISENHEIMER Fair; CU Campaign Committee AIChE; Intramural Sports 3, 4; Secretary, Welch 4. Electrical Engineering SALISBURY, N. C. IRE; WVWP; WUNC-TV. Chemical Engineering AIChE. ERNEST THERON MILLER, JR. KENNETH V. MATTHEWS HICKORY, N. C Sigma Chi GENE ANDERSON MILLS Mechanical Engineering KERNERSVILLE, N. C WATHA, N. C. CLAUDE EARLY MONSEES ASME 3, 4; ASM 4; Arnold Air Society Forestry Industrial Engineering GOLDSBORO, N. C. 3, 4; Lutheran Student Association 1-4. FPRS; Forestry Club, Treasurer 4. Mechanical Engineering [106] BOBBY LEWIS MONTAGUE RALEIGH, N. C. Heating and Air Conditioning Scabbard and Blade; ASHAE. MALCOLM H. MONTGOMERY SEMORA, N. C. Animal Industry Phi Eta Sigma; Ag Club Reporter 3, Treasurer 4; Al Club, Secretary 4; Dairy Cattle Judging Team 4. BILLY LEE MOORE Alpha Gamma Rho NEW BERN, N. C. Wildlife Conservation and Management Alpha Zeta; Baseball 1; Football 1; Track 2; Leopold Wildlife Society, Chairman; DMS DONALD LEE MOORE BURLINGTON, N. C. Electrical Engineering Eta Kappa Nu; Arnold Air Society; AIEE; AFROTC, DMS; Textile Committee; Engineers Fair; State Fair Exhibit WILLIAM DOUGLAS MOORE MARSHVILLE. N C Textiles JAMES ALVIN MORGAN ASHE ILLE, N C. Forestry Forestry Club; FPRS; BSU Council. RODERICK HARVEY MORRIS Alpha Gamma Rho MAXTON, N. C. Horticulture Horticultural Club, Vice-President, Secretary; Ag Club. ROGER LeROY MORROW Sigma Alpha Epsilon BURLINGTON, N. C. Textiles Scabbard and Blade; Student Textile Forum 1, 2; Tompkins Textile Council 1, 2; ROTC. BOB SPENCER MORTON ALBEMARLE, N. C. Civil Engineering Phi Eta Sigma; Chi Epsilon; ASCE; Theta Tau; Engineers Council 4; ASCE; Campus Book Store MARION H. MORTON, JR. Pi Kappa Phi ALBEMARL E, N. C. Architecture AlA; Art Editor, Technician; Editor, Blue Shield 3, 4; Wrestling 1; Sports. RICHARD EARL MOSER Sigma Chi ASHEVILLE, N. C. Heating and Air Conditioning Phi Eta Sigma; ASHAE; Blue Key; Arnold Air Society; Vice-President, Sophomore Class; Student- Government 2, 3. EDUARDO MOSQUERA CARACAS, VENEZUELA Agronomy Cosmopolitan Club; Soccer; Chess Club. Senors ...1957 [107] Seniors 1957 CLAUDE WAYNE MOSS FarmHouse RURAL HALL, N. C. Dairy Manufacturing Scabbard and Blade; Ag Club; Al Club; N. C. State Dairy Products Judging Team; N. C. State Dairy Products Scholarship 3. SAMUEL HODGES MOSS WILSON, N. C. Furniture Manufacturing and Management FPRS; Furniture Club. WALTER LEE MOSS RUTHERFORDTON, N. C. Mechanized Agriculture ASAE; FEI, Chairman; Secretary, Social Director, Turlington Dorm. ALFRED L. MOWERY, JR. Theta Chi AUGUSTA, GA Nuclear Engineering Sigma Pi Sigma. RAMZAN MUHAMMAD LYALLPUR, PAKISTAN Textiles JAFAR HADI MUHJA IRAQ Agriculture ROBERT ALLEN MULLEN WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. Industrial Arts—Technical Option Veterans Club 3, 4. WILLIAM F. MURPHY III PHIDELPHIA, PA. Chemical Engineering AIChE; Canterbury Club. NICHOLAS F. MUSSACK HALIFAX, N. C. Civil Engineering ASCE; Newman Club. ALLEN FRAZIER MYERS BADIN, N. C. Furniture Manufacturing and Management Furniture Club; FPRS; Veterans JIMMIE DEAN MYRICK RALEIGH, N C. Text iles Sigma Tau Sigma, Vice-President; Phi Kappa Phi; Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3; Social Functions Committee; IDC 2, 3, 4; Vice-President IDC; President Gold Dorm; Social Director, Gold Dorm; Building Manager 3, 4. CHARLES MITCHELL NANCE GREENSBORO, N. C. Textiles [108] ROBERT LLOYD NANCE CHARLOTTE, N. C. Textiles Phi Psi; Kappa Tau Beta; Film CU. CARMINE F. NICHOLAS CONCORD, N. C. Zoology AIP. ROBERT DALE NOBLE REIDSVILLE, N. C Industrial and Rural Recreation JAMES MARTIN NOLAN SHANNON, N. C. Industrial Engineering Blue Key; Golden Chain; Publications Board; President Student Government 2 years; Intramurals; Vetville Mayor; CU Board of Directors; Athletic Chairman, Rules Committee; Committee; Athletic Seating Committee; Representative Student Government; ASME; AIIE; CUSC; Council. CHARLES REXFORD NORRIS WALLACE, N. C. Civil Engineering ASCE; Dorm Football 2; ROTC. RONALD GEORGE NORWOOD RALEIGH, N C. Forest Management Xi Sigma Pi; Forestry Club. VINCENT THOMAS NOVAK Sigma Phi Epsilon KENOSHA, WIS. Textile Chemistry Phi Eta Sigma; Newman Club; and Blade; Intramurals, Dorm and Fraternity 1, 2, 3, 4; Delta Kappa Phi; Dorm Floor Manager; American Textile Chemists Colorists EDWARD W. NUCKOLLS HENDERSONVILLE, N. C. Industrial Engineering and Engineering Physics Tau Beta Pi; Alpha Pi Mu; Sigma Pi Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Eta Sigma; Theta Tau; Engineers Council; AIIE; Young Republicans Club, President 4; President, Alpha Pi Mu 4, Secretary 3; Treasurer, Engineers Council; Honors Program; National Scholarship Award. BERNICE WILBUR ODIN WILMINGTON, N. C. Civil Engineering Phi Eta Sigma; Theta Tau; ASCE; Council; VCD. DAVID VANCE ODOM PLUM TREE, N C Industrial and Rural Recreation Football 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Monogram Club 3, 4. JAMES ABBOTT ODOM, JR. DURHAM, N. C Architecture LAWRENCE W. OLIVER SOUTHERN PINES, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Aeronautical Option lAeS; BSU Council. [109] JOHNNIE EARL OLUND Alpha Gamma Rho HAVELOCK, N. C. Agronomy Agronomy Club; Ag Club. ALAN HARVEY OREMLAND Sigma Alpha BROOKLYN, N. Y. Textiles Intramural Athletics. HAROLD EUGENE OURS APEX, N C Civil Engineering ASCE. DAVID LYNWOOD OWENS WILSON, N. C. Textiles FINLEY PACE, JR. HENDERSONVILLE, N. C. Heating and Air Conditioning American Society of Heating and Air Conditioning Engineers. CARL EION PARKER RALEIGH, N. C. Electrical Engineering Nuclear Engineering Theta Tau; Sigma Pi Sigma; Phi Eta Sigma; Companion of St. Patrick; Tau Beta Pi; Intramural Sports; AIP; AIEE; IRE; BSU; Veterans Association. JOEL RAY PARKER Sigma Alpha Epsilon CHARLOTTE, N. C. Forest Management Alpha Zeta; Thirty Three; Forestry Club; Student Government; Sports of Agromeck; Cheerleader; Student Government. JOHN BUXTON PARKER Sigma Chi ELIZABETH CITY, N. C. Civil Engineering Chi Epsilon; Representative, Student Government; Advertising for The Technician. ROBERT DAIL PARKER, JR. ROANOKE RAPIDS, N. C Civil Engineering Chi Epsilon; Phi Kappa Sigma; Arnold Air Society; ASCE. WADE THOMAS PARKER, JR. FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tau Sigma; ASME; American Society for Metals; Fencing 1; Engineers Council. CHARLES R. PATTERSON, JR. Sigma Alpha Epsilon HICKORY, N. C. Textiles Phi Psi; Agromeck Staff. DWIGHT LEE PAYNE Sigma Phi Epsilon HIGH POINT, N. C. Mechanical Engineering ASME. [110] REUBEN ELLIOTT PAYNE, JR. MANTEO, N. C. Mechanical Engineering ASME. IRA WHITENER PEARCE HICKORY, N. C. Civil Engineering Phi Eta Sigma; ASCE; Young Club; Wesley Foundation, PARKER CASWELL PEEDIN SMITHFIELD, N. C. General Studies Advanced AFROTC 3, 4; AFROTC Photographer; Camera Club; CU Photography Committee. DOW VICK PERRY Pi Kappa Alpha LOUISBURG, N. C. Civil Engineering Thirty Three; Scabbard and Blade; Pershing Rifles, Company Commander; Intramural Football, Basketball, Volleyball; ASCE; Captain ROTC; Student Government; Board of Review; CE Honor Committee; Red Coat Band 1; Dormitory Secretary; Homecoming Parade Committee 3. FRANK COLBY PETHEL RALEIGH, N. C. Electrical Engineering Blue Key; Student Government Traffic Committee; AiEE. THOMAS PETTIGREW ASHEVILLE, N. C. Industrial Arts—Technical Option BOBBY EMERSON PHILLIPS BAKERSVILLE, N. C. Nuclear Engineering MAX RANDALL PHILLIPS FRANKLIN, N. C. Civil Engineering ASCE; Scabbard and Blade; Track 3, 4. PAUL JOHN PICKENHEIM TAMAQUA, PA. Forest Management Alpha Zeta; Chronicler, Xi Sigma Pi; Forester; Scabbard and Blade; Blue Key; Golden Chain; Pinetum, Art 1, 2, 3, Editor 4; Student 3, Rules Committee Chairman 3; Forestry Club President 3, Program Chairman 3; CU Games Committee Chairman; Film Committee and Board of Directors. DAVID JOE PIERCE REIDSVILLE, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Aeronautical Option Theta Tau; Cross Country Track 1; ASME; IAS; Engineers Council; Association. EDMOND J. PIERCZYNSKI CHARLOTTE, N. C. Nuclear Engineering AIP; Reactor Tour Guide Co-Chairman DAVID HUNTER PITTARD RALEIGH, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Aeronautical Option Arnold Air Society; Cadet Major AFROTC. Seniors 1957 [111] Seniors 1957 JORDAN CHARLES PLOCH NORMANDY BEACH, N. J. Textiles Delta Kappa Phi; Society of Advancement of Management; Glee Club; Club; Young Republicans Club; Freshman Swimming Team 1; Varsity Swimming Team 2, 3. JAMES RAEFORD POPE WATHA, N. C. Industrial and Rural Recreation Wrestling 1, 2. VERNON ROBERSON POPE DURHAM, N. C. Textiles WILLIAM DONNIE PORTER FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. Mechanical Engineering ASME; Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Tau Sigma JACKIE HADLEY POTTER KINSTON, N. C. Civil Engineering Chi Epsilon; Theta Tau; Engineers Council; Secretary Engineers Council; ASCE; Vice-President ASCE; Veterans Club; Intramural Basketball 1, 2. ALVIN LEIGH POTTS GOLDSBORO, N. C. Textiles Delta Kappa Phi; Senator, Student Government; Tompkins Textile Council Treasurer; Chairman, Welfare Student Government; Veterans Club. LUTHER CABEL POWELL III GREENVILLE, N. C. Chemical Engineering Arnold Air Society; Westminster Alpha Phi Omega; AIChE. ROBERT HOYT POWELL ROANOKE RAPIDS, N. C. Electrical Engineering AIEE; IRE; Veterans Association. CARL D. PRICE SELMA, N. C. Field Crops OTTIS CARL PRICE CLARENDON, N. C. Poultry Science Ag Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Animal Industry Club 2, 3; Poultry Club 4. JACK CAMERON PRITCHAR D SILER CITY, N. C. Electrical Engineering Eta Kappa Nu; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Kappa Phi; AIEE; IRE; Vice-President AIEE; IRE Student Branch, Corresponding Secretary; Eta Kappa Nu; Alderman, Vetville; Corresponding Secretary Tau Beta Pi. DAVID OWEN PROCTOR Alpha Gamma Rho WALSTONBURG, N C. Animal Husbandry Alpha Zeta; Co-Editor Meat and Milk; Ag Club; Vice-President, Ag Club; Meats Judging Team; Livestock Team. [112] PHILIP ROLAND PRUNA BURLINGTON, N. C. Electrical Engineering Phi Eta Sigma; Eta Kappa Nu; Tau Beta Pi; AIEE; Newman Club; Arnold Air Society; Intramural Tennis, Big 4 Day, Table Tennis 1, 2, 3, Distinguished ROTC; Historian, Phi Eta Sigma. THOMAS BERKLEY PRYOR BAT CAVE, N. C Agricultural Education Ag Club; Ag Education Club; Big 4 Day 2, 3; Dorm Softball and Basketball. EDWARD TYREE PULLMAN DURHAM, N. C. Electrical Engineering AIEE; IRE; Veterans Association; WVWP 2. STACY RAY PINK HILL, N C Agronomy Editor, Crops and Soils; Agricultural Club; Agronomy Club. JOHN MARION RADFORD SELMA, N. C. Agricultural Education Kappa Phi Kappa; Ag Education Club; Assistant Editor, Vo-Ag; Secretary Ag Education Club. RICHARD LEE RAMEY DANVILLE, VA. Mechanical Engineering ASME; Westminster Fellowship. JERRY LEE RASOR RALEIGH, N. C Electrical Engineering Theta Tau; Blue Key; CUSC; AIEE; WVWP; Board, Student Publications. MORRIS RATLIFF HALLSBORO, N C Electrical Engineering Phi Kappa Phi; Theta Kappa Nu; AIEE; IRE; Veterans Association. THOMAS DAVIS RATLIFF ROCKINGHAM, N. C. Electrical Engineering AIEE; IRE; Young Democrats Club; Amateur Radio Club. WALDO NICK RAY, JR. TAMPA, FLA Civil Engineering Veterans Club. WILLIAM JOSEPH REAVIS ANGIER, N. C. Agricultural Education Kappa Phi Kappa; Ag Club; Ag Club; Intramural Football 3; Student Government 1, 2; Judicial Board of Appeals, Investigator 3, 4; Orientation Committee 3, 4. JOE WILSON REECE BOONVILLE, N. C. Nuclear Engineering Phi Eta Sigma; Companion of St. Scabbard and Blade; Theta Tau; AIP; Distinguished Military Student. [113] HAROLD THOMAS REED Sigma Nu SYLVA, N. C. Industrial Engineering AIIE; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2; Cadet Major, AFROTC. GEORGE F. REEVES, JR. MORGANTON, N. C. Industrial Engineering AIIE 3, 4. RICHARD A. REYNOLDS WADESBORO, N C. Civil Engineering ASCE; YMCA. ROBERT FRANKLIN RHYNE ELLENBORO, N. C. Textiles Phi Psi. CHARLES LEWIS RIBELIN Pi Kappa Phi RALEIGH, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Aeronautical Option Institute of Aeronautical Sciences. CLYDE RUSSELL RICH CLINTON, N C. Design AIA 1, 2, 3, 4, Publicity Chairman 4; Sophomore Class Representative; Foundation Board 2; Glee Club. ROBERT CALTON RIDDLE SANFORD, N. C. Architecture AIA. HENRY LEE RITCHIE CONCORD, N. C. Dairy Manufacturing Ag Club; Animal Industry Club HUBERT HOKE RITCHIE THOMASVILLE, N. C. Chemical Engineering AIChE. SHELDON HOWARD RITTER Sigma Alpha Mu BELK HARBOR, N. Y. Textiles Recorder, Sigma Alpha Mu; IFC. GEORGE W. ROBERSON FOREST CITY, N. C. Textiles Sigma Tau Sigma, President; Phi Psi; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Softball 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 3, 4; Swimming 3, 4; VetviIle Athletic Director; Tompkins Textile Council; Dean ' s List; Veterans RUSSELL LEE ROBERSON WILLIAMSTON, N. C. Agricultural Education Kappa Phi Kappa; Intramural Sports 3; Ag Education Club; Arnold Air Society. [114] GRATZ L. ROBERTS, JR. N. C. Electrical Engineering Phi Eta Sigma; Eta Kappa Nu; Tau Pi; Honors Program; AIEE; IRE; Veterans Association. JAMES WALLACE ROBERTS ATKINSON, N. C. Animal Industry Al Club. RALPH DEAN ROBERTS ASHEVILLE, N. C. Agricultural Education Ag Education Club; Ag Club. GEORGE M. ROBERTSON Sigma Chi ASHEVILLE, N. C. Chemical Engineering Intramurals; AIChE; Scabbard and Blade; Distinguished Military Student. ROBERT VANCE ROBERTSON TROY, N. C. Civil Engineering ASCE. WILLIAM GRAY ROBERTSON RALEIGH, N. C Electrical Engineering Intramural Sports; AIEE; Vetville ROBERT CLAYTON ROGERS Lambda Chi Alpha HIGH POINT, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Industrial Engineering Pi Tau Sigma; Veterans Club; Tau Beta Pi; ASME; Intramural Football 1, 2, 3. Softball 1, 2, 3; President Lambda Chi Fraternity 2, Treasurer 3, Secretary 1. JAMES DILLON ROLAND WINSTON-SALEM, N C Electrical Engineering Al EE. ERASTUS EDWIN ROSE Phi Kappa Tau NEWTON GROVE, N. C. Civil Engineering Blue Key; Golden Chain; Fraternity Newsletter Editor; Intramurals, Softball, Volleyball and Basketball; Secretary Student Body; Secretary ASCE; Alumni Secretary; President YDC; Blue Key Convention; Chairman Freshman Orientation Committee; Chairman YMCA Cabinet; Chairman Blue Key National Committee on Program Chairman YDC; President CUSC; North Carolina State Chairman CUSC. JAMES TURNER ROSE LOUISBURG, N. C. Education Math and Science Club; Basketball 1; Golf 1, 2; President Becton Dormitory; President Math and Science Club 4. THOMAS HYMAN ROSE ROCKY MOUNT, N. C Industrial Engineering AIIE. NORMAN D. ROSENSTEIN Phi Epsilon Pi PATERSON, N. J. Textiles Seniors ...1957 [115] Seniors ...1957 DAVID CARROLL ROSSER, JR. PROSPECT, VA. Education Math and Science Club; Wrestling Team 4. RONALD JAMES ROUGH Phi Epsilon Pi. MINEOLA, L. I., N. Y. Pulp and Paper Technology Forestry Club; IFC Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; IFC Representative to NIC Convention MARION ROGER ROUSE KINSTON, N. C. Agricultural Education Ag Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Club I, 2, 3, 4. MACK THOMAS RUFFIN Phi Kappa Tau TARBORO, N. C. Mechanized Agriculture State College Band; Mu Beta Psi, Treasurer; Treasurer of Phi Kappa Tau; Amateur Radio Club. KERMIT IVES SADLER BAYBORO, N. C. Agricultural Education DANIEL A. SAFRIET, JR. CHINA GROVE, N. C. Civil Engineering HUGH MILTON SANDERSON Sigma Phi Epsilon ERWIN, TENN. Civil Engineering Phi Eta Sigma; Mu Beta Psi; Chi Epsilon; Scabbard and Blade; Athletics 3, 4; Vice-President Sigma Phi Epsilon; ASCE; Wolfpack Band and State College Orchestra. LESTER BERNARD SARTER BROOKLYN, N. Y Electrical Engineering IRE; AlEE LYNWOOD G. SATTERFIELD DURHAM, N C. Industrial Engineering Kappa Phi Kappa; Epsilon Pi Tau; Vice-President Epsilon Pi Tau. DAVID E. SCHREFFLER, JR. Pi Kappa Phi RALEIGH, N. C. Textiles Delta Kappa Phi. RUDOLPH F. SCHROEDER LONG ISLAND, N. Y. Textiles DAVID JENKINS SCOTT WARRENTON, N. C. Industrial Arts Education [116] HENRY ALVORD SCOTT, JR. HAW RIVER, N C Animal Industry MAYNARD LOWELL SELF CASAR, N. C. Animal Industry Al Club; Ag Club; Dairy Science Club, President; Dairy Cattle Judging Team. JOSEPH EDGAR SETTLE CASTALIA, N. C. Industrial Engineering Alpha Pi Mu; Pershing Rifles; and Blade; CU Activities Chairman 2, Board of Directors 2; Student Government 3; IDC 3; BSU 1-4, President 4; AIEE; DMS. ARTHUR H. SHACKELFORD Alpha Gamma Rho HOOKERTON, N. C. Agronomy Ag Club 1-4, Secretary 3, Chairman 4; Agronomy Club 1-4, Corresponding Secretary 2, Secretary 3, President 4; Agriculturist 2-4; IFC 3; YMCA Cabinet 3, 4; Student 2. JOHN ROBERT SHANKS JONESBORO, TENN. Furniture Manufacturing and Management Furniture Club; FPRS. RONALD VERNETT SHARPE BURLINGTON, N. C. Civil Engineering Chi Epsilon; Scabbard and Blade; ASCE; Cadet Major, ROTC; Honors Program. ROBERT MELVIN SHAW EVERGREEN, N C Animal Industry BSU; Ag Club; Al Club; 4-H. WILFRED MICHAEL SHEA HARRISVILLE, N H. Industrial and Rural Recreation Newman Club; Monogram Club; Cross Country, Captain 3; Track, Captain 3. CLAYBORN GLENN SHEETS JEFFERSON, N. C. Agricultural Education JOHN HENRY SHELL Lambda Chi Alpha CONNELLY N. C. Animal Husbandry REEVES T. SHEPHERD LAUREL SPRINGS, N. C. Electrical Engineering Eta Kappa Nu; AIEE; Veterans Club. LAMONT ALLEN SHINN WARWICK, VA. Electrical Engineering Theta Tau; AIEE; AIRE. [117] WILLIAM D. SHIPMAN, JR. BLADENBORO, N. C. Textiles Intramural Sports; Veterans Club; Delta Kappa Phi. EDWARD A. SHOOK, JR. Lambda Chi Alpha NORTH WILKESBORO, N C. Furniture Manufacturing and Management FPRS; Furniture Club; Veterans HOWARD P. SHORT, JR. WARWICK, VA. Textiles Delta Kappa Phi. RALPH deS. SIEWERS III FarmHouse WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. Animal Industry Phi Kappa Phi; Sigma Pi Alpha; YMCA, Vice-President. BEHNAM BASHIR SIMAAN ZAKHO, IRAQ Animal Industry Al Club; Newman Club. WAYNE ROBERT SIMMONS STUART, VA. Textiles Phi Psi. JUNE SINGLETARY, JR. BLADENBORO, N. C. Electrical Engineering Eta Kappa Nu; Intramural Sports 1-4; Air Society; AIEE; IRE; Young Club. ARGYLE C. SKINNER Kappa Alpha GEORGETOWN, S C. Mechanical Engineering ASME; ROTC. HOWARD E. SKIPPER, JR. RED SPRINGS, N. C. Textiles Intramural Sports 1-4. LARRY EUGENE SLOOP HIGH POINT, N. C. Electrical Engineering AIEE; IRE. JAMES BURTON SMATHERS DeLAND, FLA. Nuclear Engineering Sigma Pi Sigma; Blue Key; Golden President, College Union; and Blade; CU Board of Chairman CU Photography DAVID DANIEL SMILEY, JR. Sigma Phi Epsilon SALISBURY, N C Industrial Engineering AIIE; Arnold Air Society; AFROTC; 1; Tennis 1, 2, 3; Intramural Sports 1 -4 ; Secretary, Sophomore Class. [118] BILLY NORFLEET SMITH SALISBURY, N. C. Mechanical Engineering American Society for Metals. CARROLL WINFRED SMITH RALEIGH, N. C. Textiles Phi Psi; Young Democrats Club. DENNIS HOLT SMITH MARSHVILLE, N. C. Textiles EDWIN BLEAN SMITH BLACK MOUNTAIN, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Tau Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; IDC; ASME. JOE MICHAEL SMITH Alpha Gamma Rho PEACHLAND, N. C. Animal Husbandry Agricultural Club; Al Club; Student Government Representative. JOHN LYTTON SMITH, JR. CONCORD, N. C. Civil Engineering ASCE. WAYNE PAYSOUR SMITH TROUTMAN, N. C Agricultural Education Agricultural Club; Ag Education Club; AFROTC Drill Team. WILTON UZZLE SMITH LOUISBURG, N C Agronomy JIMMIE RAY SMYRE HICKORY, N C Industrial Arts American Society for Metals; Industrial Arts Club; CU Film Committee; Student Association. ROBERT GREEN SNEAD Sigma Pi DANVILLE, VA. Agronomy EVERETT B. SOLOMAN, JR. NORTH WILKESBORO, N C Poultry Science MILTON RAY SPAIN Alpha Gamma Rho GREENVILLE, N. C. Agricultural Economics Agricultural Club; Agricultural Club; Veterans Club. Seniors ...1957 [119] Seniors ...1957 THOMAS DARRELL SPENCER LEXINGTON, N C. Industrial Arts Education Epsilon Pi Tau; Kappa Phi Kappa; Arts Club; Wesley Foundation, Program Chairman 2, Special Activities 3, Social 4. LEONARD SPITZ FOREST HILLS, N. Y. Textiles Dorm Basketball 3; College Union Committee. DAVID GRIFFIN SPRUILL COLUMBIA, N. C. Animal Industry Livestock Judging Team WYATT R. STALLINGS PINETOPS, N C. Industrial Arts Education Kappa Phi Kappa; Epsilon Pi Tau; Arts Club, President; YMCA Cabinet; Organist Danforth Chapel. WILLIAM DANIEL STANCIL ROCKY MOUNT, N. C. Industrial Arts—Technical Option IDC Athletic Director; Intramurals; Arts Club. HENRY VANN STANFIELD SUMMIT, N. C. Mechanical Engineering ASME; IDC. ALVIN MERCER STANFORD BEULAVILLE, N. C. Soils Agronomy Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Agricultural Club I, 2, 3, 4. HENRY L. STEELE HICKORY, N. C. Electrical Engineering Eta Kappa Nu; Tau Beta Pi; Honors Program; AIEE; IRE; Veterans Club JACK EDWIN STEELE, JR. BURLINGTON, N C. Industrial Arts—Technical Option Alpha Phi Omega; AS Tool Engineers; Industrial Arts Club; Veterans Intramural Athletics; Club; Chairman CU Hobby MAX R. STEELMAN, JR. Sigma Phi Epsilon HICKORY, N. C Textiles Phi Psi; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. RAYMOND H. STEINBERG Pi Kappa Alpha CHATTANOOGA, TENN. Civil Engineering Construction Option ASCE; N. C. Society of Engineers. JOHN W. STEPHENSON, JR. RALEIGH, N. C. Nuclear Engineering Sigma Pi Sigma; AIP; U. S. Coast Guard Academy. [120] WILBUR RALPH STEVENS SANFORD, N. C. Forest Management Xi Sigma Pi; Forestry Club. JAMES CONRAD STEVENSON Sigma Alpha Epsilon CLEMSON, S. C. Forest Management Alpha Zeta; Xi Sigma Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Forestry Club. WILLIAM HENRY STOCKS LEAKSVILLE, N. C. Civil Engineering Theta Tau; Engineers Council; ASCE; Veterans Association; Young Club. FLOYD ARTHUR STONE ASHEVILLE, N C. Civil Engineering Veterans Association; ASCE 3, 4; Western Carolina College. PAUL SAMUEL STONE LOUISBURG, N. C. Agricultural Education Alpha Zeta; Kappa Phi Kappa; Ag Education Club; Ag Club; Student Council; Ag Education; YMCA. PERCY LEO STRICKLAND, JR. Alpha Gamma Rho DUNN, N. C. Agricultural Economics Thirty Three; Ag Club; Collegiate 4-H Club; YMCA Cabinet; Assistant Editor; Intramurals. BOBBY LEE STROTHER CARY, N. C. Horticulture Golden Chain; CU 2, 3, 4; AlA; Drum Bugle Corps; Horticulture Club; Cheerleader; Vice-President College Union; CU Board of Directors 3, 4; CU Board of Chairmen 2, 3, 4. RUSSELL E. STROTHER Lambda Chi Alpha CARY, N. C. Electrical Engineering Sigma Epsilon Chi; Sigma Rho Kappa; Track 2; Engineers Fair; CU; AIEE. REGINALD LEE STROUD Alpha Gamma Rho KINSTON, N. C. Field Crops Agriculturist 3, 4; Publications Board; Agronomy Club; Ag Club; YMCA Cabinet; International Farm Youth to Belgium; Glee Club. JOHN DEVEREAUX SUGG SNOW HILL, N. C. Agricultural Education GLENN HAROLD SUTTON RALEIGH, N C. Mechanical Engineering Aeronautical Option Arnold Air Society; IAS; Cadet Major AFROTC; Treasurer, IAS. CLEMENT JOHN SWAN, JR. PITTSBURGH, PA. Mechanical Engineering Track 1. [121] KENNETH T. SWICEGOOD CLEVELAND, N. C. Electrical Engineering AIEE. JAMES ROSS SYKES WALLACE, N C. Civil Engineering Construction Option Veterans Club 1, 2, 3, 4; ASCE 2, 3, 4; YMCA. JOHN J. SZUCHAN PHOENIXVILLE, PA Industrial Arts—Technical Option Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club, Officer 4; Newman Club; IA Club. THOMAS HUGH TALLEY MOUNT AIRY, N. C. Biochemistry Varsity Track 3. RALPH PRITCHARD TAYLOE AULANDER, N. C. Forest Management Forestry Club; SAF; Veterans EARL WAYNE TAYLOR MAPLE, N. C. Architecture HENRY JOE TAYLOR Theta Chi CHARLOTTE, N. C. Mechanical Engineering ASME; President, Theta Chi; Football, Softball, Basketball, Bowling. SAMUEL ALLEN TAYLOR WASHINGTON, N. C. Forest Management Forestry Club. RICHARD ALAN TEAGUE Sigma Alpha Epsilon GREENSBORO, N. C. Mechanical Engineering ASME; Agromeck, Business Manager; Wrestling 1; Intramural Football; Government Representative 2, 3. FRED THOMAS TEAL, JR. Sigma Alpha Epsilon WADESBORO, N. C. Mechanical Engineering ASME; Arnold Air Society; Intramural Football 3. HASSAN TERZI KIRKUK, IRAQ Forest Management Forestry Club. WALTER C. THOMAS, JR. Industrial Arts Education CHARLOTTE, N. C. Theta Tau, Regent; Thirty Three; Engineers Council, Secretary; AIEE, Secretary Treasurer; Vice-President Freshman Orientation Committee; Dorm Floor Manager. [122] WAYNE WESLEY THOMAS APEX, N. C. Mathematics Education Math and Science Club. ROBERT W. THOMPSON Sigma Alpha Epsilon GREENSBORO, N. C. Civil Engineering ASCE. VICTOR P. THOMPSON MORGANTON, N. C. Civil Engineering Wesley Foundation; ASCE; Cadet ROTC. WILLIE LEE THOMPSON, JR. LAURINBURG, N. C. Heating and Air Conditioning ASHAE. FRANCIS LEWIS THORNE AHOSKIE, N. C. Forest Management Forestry Club. CHARLES B. THORNTON JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Civil Engineering Chi Epsilon; ASCE, Treasurer; Bowling Team. DAVID ARNOLD THORPE GREENSBORO, N. C. Civil Engineering ASCE; Rifle Team 1-3; Intramural Sports 1-3; Glee Club. RICHARD ROLLINS TIGHE Sigma Alpha Epsilon BALTIMORE, MD. Wood Products Merchandising LEWIS CHARLIE TONEY MOORESBORO, N. C Chemical Engineering AIChE; BSU. FRANK C. TOWNSEND DURHAM, N. C. Agricultural Engineering ASAE, Treasurer 2; Track Team 2; Wrestling 1, 2; Ag Club; Wesley Foundation. MARTIN H. TRAUMULLER TEANECK, N J Textiles Delta Kappa Phi, Vice-President; Tau Beta, Secretary-Treasurer; Bowling Team, Welch Dormitory, Tompkins Textile Council; Hobby Committee Secretary DON BOYDEN TUCKER LAUREL SPRINGS, N. C. Animal Husbandry Alpha Zeta; Ag Club; Al Club, Livestock Judging Team; ROTC, Cadet 1st Lt.; Block and Bridle Club, President. Seniors 1957 [123] Senors ... 957 PAUL KINLEY TUGGLE KANNAPOLIS, N. C. Heating and Air Conditioning ASHAC 1-4; President 4; College Band 1, 2; Engineers Council. JAMES EDWARD TURNER GATESVILLE, N. C. Civil Engineering IDC, Dance Committee Chairman; Vice-President, Alexander Dorm. Director 3, 4; Track 1; Sports 1-4; Cross Country 1; AFROTC Glee Club 1, 2; Wolfpack Club. JAMES HAROLD TURNER, JR. POLKTON, N. C Textiles WILLIAM McNEIL TURNER YANCEYVILLE, N. C. Agricultural Education YMCA, Secretary; Ag Education Club; Ag Club. DAVID WALTER TUTTLE Pi Kappa Phi HICKORY, N C Textiles Phi Eta Sigma; Delta Kappa Phi; Kappa Tau Beta. PETER DOUB TUTTLE PFAFFTOWN, N. C Agricultural Education Ag Club; Wesley Foundation; Ag Club. ELIJAH JAMES TYSON WILSON, N. C. Agricultural Engineering ASAE; Veterans Club. TED HOLLON TYSON N. C. Civil Engineering Construction Option ASCE; Intramural Sports, Athletic LEHMAN D. UNDERWOOD SMITHFIELD, N. C Textiles Phi Psi. WILLIAM UNDERWOOD III ASHEBORO, N. C. Textiles Kappa Tau Beta, President; Tompkins Textile Council; Veterans Club; Band. CARLOS VICENTE URIBE MEDELLIN, COLOMBIA Textiles Delta Kappa Phi; Soccer 2, 3; Newman Club; Hobby Club; Music Club. HUGH F. VanLANDINGHAM GREENSBORO, N C. Electrical Engineering Secretary, Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi; President, Eta Kappa Nu; Tau Beta Pi; Glee Club. [124] JAMES R. VINSON, JR. Farmhouse BURLINGTON, N C. Agricultural Economics Circulation Staff, Agriculturist; Dorm Athletic Director; Outstanding Dormitory Director; Dorm Manager; Ag Economics Club; Agricultural Club; 4-H Club. REGINALD R. VINSON HYDE PARK, N. Y. Electrical Engineering IRE; Veterans Association. MARION W. VUNCANNON ETHER, N. C. Electrical Engineering AIEE; IRE. JOHN J. WADDINGTON Sigma Nu YONKERS, N. Y. Textiles Phi Psi; The Technician; Intramurals 2, 3, 4. OREN HARRY WAGNER TAYLORSVILLE, N. C. Chemical Engineering AIChE. JAMES WILLIAM WALCH CLAYMOUNT, DEL. Textiles Monogram Club, Secretary; Soccer 2; Baseball 2. CHARLES T. WALKER, JR. ROCKY MOUNT, N. C. Furniture Manufacturing and Management Treasurer Furniture Club 3; Furniture Club; FPRS. THEODORE H. WALKER STATESVILLE, N. C. Industrial Engineering WILLIAM E. WALKER ROCKY MOUNT, N C. Industrial Engineering JAMES EDWARD WALLACE MIAMI, FLA. Mechanical Engineering Aeronautical Option Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Tau Sigma, Secretary; Tau Beta Pi 3, 4; Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4; IAS; CU Library Committee; Westminster 1, 2, 3, 4; Arnold Air Society. JAMES EDWARD WALTON ROCKINGHAM, N. C. Industrial Arts Education JOHN THOMAS WALTON Sigma Chi SALISBURY, N. C. Heating and Air Conditioning [125] JOSEPH R. WARLICK, JR. CONCORD, N. C. Civil Engineering ASCE; Dorm Manager; Scabbard and Blade; Pershing Rifles. CARY ROBERTSON WARREN PORTSMOUTH, VA Industrial and Rural Recreation Intramural Athletics 4 Years; Athletic Director, Becton Dorm GUY WARRICK CARY, N. C. Industrial Engineering Alpha Pi Mu; AIIE; Secretary Alpha Pi Mu. TED LEWIS WATERS ROANOKE RAPIDS, N. C. Civil Engineering Chi Epsilon; ASCE; Advanced ROTC. LAWRENCE E. WATKINS RALEIGH, N. C. Heating and Air Conditioning THOMAS DAVID WATSON MONCURE, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Alpha Phi Omega; ASME; IDC; Dorm Vice-President. CHARLES DONALD WEBB FarmHouse CLEARWATER, FLA. Forest Management Alpha Zeta; Xi Sigma Pi; SAE; Business Manager; Judicial Board 4, 5; Forestry Club; Westminster FRED GRIFFITH WELFARE CLEMMONS, N. C. Nuclear Engineering Sigma Pi Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Theta Tau; Engineers Council; AIP. JIMMY G. WESTBROOK K!NSTON, N. C Electrical Engineering Gym Club 2; AIEE. RODOLPH M. WHALEY, JR. RICHLANDS, N. C. Agricultural Education Ag Club; Ag Education Club. COHEN O ' NEAL WHITE WINDSOR, N. C. Civil Engineering ASCE. DAVID BOYCE WHITE FRANKLIN, N C. Pulp and Paper Technology Xi Sigma Pi. [126] Seniors 1957 GERALD MILTON WHITE PITTSBORO, N. C. Civil Engineering ASCE. MILES JORDAN WHITE, JR. WINDSOR, N. C. Forest Management Forestry Club; Society of American Foresters. PRITCHARD HUNTER WHITE WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Theta Tau; Pi Tau Sigma, Secretary; ASME, Secretary; Tau Beta Phi; Phi Kappa Phi. RICHARD CLAY WHITE Alpha Gamma Rho DANVILLE, VA. Poultry Science Pershing Rifles. THOMAS W. WHITEHEAD Sigma Nu PHILADELPHIA, PA. Textiles Phi Psi; Kappa Tau Beta, Vice-President; Canterbury Club, Treasurer; Sports 2, 3; CU Board of Directors. HERBERT L. WHITENER GREENSBORO, N. C. Nuclear Engineering BOBBIE C. WHITLEY RALEIGH, N. C. Mathematics Education Band 1-4; Lutheran Student Association 1-4, Secretary 1 ; CU Hospitality Committee; Math and Science Club 4; Young Club 4. PAUL JULIAN WICKER CAMERON, N C. Civil Engineering Construction Option Vice-President, Freshman Class; ASCE; Arnold Air Society; AFROTC. TALMADGE JAY WIGGINS FarmHouse BRYSON CITY, N. C. Animal Husbandry Ag Club; Al Club. JAMES HARVEY WILKIE RUTHERFORDTON, N. C. Industrial Engineering Theta Tau; AIIE; Photography Club; SAM; Vice-President, Stott Class, Methodist Church. WILLIAM D. WILKINSON GREENSBORO, N. C. Electrical E ngineering Phi Eta Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Kappa Phi; Eta Kappa Nu; Blue Key; Golden Chain; AIEE; Engineers Council; Club; Social Functions CU; Orientation Committee 3. HERBERT H. WILLIAMS, JR. MAXTON, N. C. Industrial Engineering AIIE. [127] Seniors ... 1957 JAMES ALLEN WILLIAMS MORGANTON, N. C Electrical Engineering YRC, Vice-President; AIEE; IRE; Sheriff. RICHARD T. WILLIAMS STATESVILLE, N. C. Animal Husbandry TULLY B. WILLIAMS, JR. CURRITUCK, N. C Agronomy Alpha Zeta, Chancellor; Blue Key; Golden Chain; Ag Club; Agronomy Club; Judicial Board 4; CU Board of Directors KENNETH C. WILLIAMSON WILMINGTON, N C. Textile Chemistry Delta Kappa Phi; AATChC. LEON B. WILLIAMSON LUCAMA, N. C. Electrical Engineering DONALD C. WINCHESTER AUGUSTA, GA. Civil Engineering ASCE; Intramural Sports; CU. HUGH WINN, JR. BUENA VISTA, VA. Civil Engineering Intramural Sports; ASCE. THOMAS MACON WOMBLE Sigma Alpha Epsilon ORLANDO, FLA Industrial Engineering FRED DOUGLAS WOOD, JR. WADESBORO, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Aeronautical Option Arnold Air Society: IAS; Intramural Sports 1, 2; AFROTC. JOHN CARLOS WOOD RALEIGH, N. C Agronomy STACY MORRIS WOODALL BENSON, N C. Agricultural Education Kappa Phi Kappa; Ag Club, Picnic Chairman 3; Ag Education Club, Director 4; 4-H Club, President 2, Secretary 3, Float Chairman 2, 3, 4. MILTON CARY WOODLIEF KITTRELL, N. C. Agricultural Engineering ASAE, Vice-President; Veterans Club. [128] NATHAN W. WORSLEY II OAK CITY, N. C. Field Crops Baseball 1; Agronomy Club; Ag Club. DAVID JAN WORTHINGTON Sigma Phi Epsilon PRINCETON, N. C. Textiles JAMES BETHEL WRIGHT HOLLY SPRINGS, N. C. Nuclear Engineering American Institute of Physics; Baseball, Football, Basketball; Co-head Nuclear Reactor Tour Guide. JAMES ROBERT WRIGHT HENDERSONVILLE, N. C. Civil Engineering ASCE. WILLIAM RICHARD WYATT PALM BEACH, FLA. Mechanical Engineering WVWP 2, 3; Army ROTC Rifle Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 3, Co-Captain 4. GAYLE MADISON WYLIE SHELBY, N. C Mechanical Engineering Pi Tau Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Honors Program; Judicial Board; Pershing Drill Team; ASME; YMCA Cabinet 1; BSU Council 1, 2, 3, 4. BILLY GERMAN YAMAMOTO LA PAZ, BOLIVIA Industrial Engineering Soccer 2; AlIE ; Cosmopolitan Club ; Newman Club; International Club EDGAR FOGELSONGER YORK SOUTHERN PINES, N. C. Electrical Engineering Kappa Alpha. RICHARD HOUSER YOUNT HICKORY, N. C. Civil Engineering ASCE; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Veterans Association 4; Army Engineers 4. WOODFORD W. ZACHARY WASHINGTON, D. C. Nuclear Engineering Sigma Pi Sigma; AIP. M. ZOLFAGHARI TEHERAN, IRAN Agricultural Engineering ASAE; Social Director IDC; Club. IGNACIO M. ZUBIZARRETA CARACAS, VENEZUELA Architecture [129] George Cockran President Bruce Richmond Secretary Allen Jones Treasurer Bob Lyne Vice-President Junior Class Juniors Adams, Gordon Leslie Kinston, N. C. Adams, Richard Wesley. Winston-Salem, N.C. Adkins, Charles Dewey Leaksville, N. C. Adel-Gari, Aref Baha Eddeen Zerka, Jordan Afzal, lftkhar Karachi, Pakistan Al-Jabiry, Abdulabbass Hantosh Baghdad, Iraq Allen, Robert Sabie Forest City, N. C. Allen, Teddy Gray Farmville, N. C. Allred, Jesse Franklin Mount Airy, N. C. Almond, James Alton Albemarle, N. C. Anders, Bryan Barnardsville, N. C. Anderson, Donald Wayne Tarboro, N. C. Andrews, Charles Thomas Greensboro, N. C. Annas, Gareth Edwin Hudson, N. C. Apple, Robert Maurice Reidsville, N. C. Ashby, Donald Wayne Kannapolis, N. C. Austin, Edwin Beard Gastonia, N. C. Austin, James Richard Wilmington, N. C. Austin, Samuel Franklin High Point, N. C. Austin, William Fredrick Charlotte, N. C. Avery, R. A., Jr. Selma, N. C. Bailey, Bobby Joel Rutherfordton, N. C. Bailey, Paul Williamson Everetts, N. C. Baker, Frank Hartwell Oxford, N. C. Ballard, Marion Hayes Shallotte, N. C. Ballard, Matthew Graham Andersonville, N. C. Ballenger, Theodore Thomas . Raleigh, N. C. Bankett, Johnnie Ray Salisbury, N. C. Barbour, Stacy Olive Benson, N. C. Barden, Edward Watson Amelia, Va. Barger, Lynn Kelly China Grove, N. C. Barnes, Thomas Jefferson Angier, N. C. [131) Junior Barnette, Benjamin Harrison, Jr. Lenoir, N. C. Barnhardt, Robert Lee Phoenixville, Pa. Barringer, Hubert Paul Bessemer City, N. C. Bartlett, William Preston Camden, N. C. Bass, Weldon Ray Dunn, N. C. Bean, Donald Wilson East Bend, N. C. Beatty, Neill McLaurin Elizabethtown, N. C. Beck, James Lee Wingate, N. C. Beckham, Woods Miami Beach, Fla. Beeson, Hugh Curtis Kernersville, N. C. Bell, Albert Quentin, Jr. Manteo, N. C. Bennett, Carroll Winford Jackson Springs, N. C. Benton, Kenneth Roberts Sanford, N. C. Berman, Harvey Sandford Brooklyn, N. Y. Best, William Kenneth Mount Olive, N. C. Biggerstaff, Ralph Edwin Bostic, N. C. Bishop, Jack Raleigh, N. C. Bizzell, William Lee, Jr. Goldsboro, N. C. Blalock, William Alvin Horse Shoe, N. C. Blum, Peter Wilson, Ill Winston-Salem, N. C. Boles, Robert Wayne Walnut Cove, N. C. Boone, Charles Spencer Rocky Mount, N. C. Bost, Donald Stephen Concord, N. C. Bost, Thomas Johnson Newton, N. C. Boyden, Richmond Pearson Asheville, N. C. Bradbury, Malphus Leroy, Jr. Wilson, N. C. Bradley, William Francis East Aurora, N. Y. Brannan, Willie Lester .... Raleigh, N. C. Bridges, Donald Norris Shelby, N. C. Briggs, Max Delano Rural Hall, N. C. Bright, J. C. Chocowinity, N. C. Briley, Robert Francis Polkton, N. C. [132] Class Britt, John Quincy, Jr. Raleigh, N. C. Brock, Lonnie Stubbs Raeford, N. C. Brooks, Cecil Charlie Sparta, N. C. Brown, James Allen La Grange, N. C. Brown, Kenneth Eugene New Bern, N. C. Browning, David Benjamin, Jr. Edenton, N. Bryant, Horace B., Jr..... Hendersonville, N. C. Bryant, Joseph Dingus Wallace, N. C. Bryant, Sherrill Miller Boonville, N. C. Bunn, Shirley Anne Louisburg, N. C. Burgess, Charles Stewart Havelock, N. C. Burgess, Ted Gaskin Oakboro, N. C. Burns, John Steele Henderson Newton Highlands, Mass. Busick, J. W. Elon College, N. C. Butler, Frederick Eugene . Wilmington, N. C. Byrd, James Harmon Asheboro, N. C. Cabe, Herschel Herrin Sylva, N. C. Campbell, Charles Lee, Jr. Clarkton, N. C. Campbell, Roy Howard, Jr. Salisbury, N. C. Capps, Elmer Eugene Selma, N. C. Capps, Jack Elias Sanford, N. C. Cardell, Max Lee Marion, N. C. Carpenter, Thomas Earl Albemarle, N. C. Carter, Benjamin Fletcher Alexander, N. C. Carter, Harold Bozeman, Jr. Charlotte, N. Carter, James Sidney, Jr. ... Battleboro, N. C. Carson, Hugh Clarence Danville, Va. Cash, Lee Wiley Shelby, N. C. Cashwell, Richard Johnson Lumberton, N. Cashwell, Russell Gordon, Jr. Lumberton, N. C. Caudle, Sam Jay Winston-Salem, N. C. Caviness, Dewey Lee, Jr. Asheboro, N. C. [133] Chambers, Charles Delain Bryson City, N. C. Chambers, Charles Frank Kannapolis, N. C. Chandgie, Hermon Robert Salisbury, N. C. Chappell, Duncan Dale Candor, N. C. Chappell, Tilson Edward Belvidere, N. C. Chesson, Sherwood Wentz Roper, N. C. Choate, David Page Wilkesboro, N. C. Clark, William Dawson Oriental, N. C. Clarke, Gary Owensby Shelby, N. C. Clarke, John Pope Norlina, N. C. Clegg, Henry Clay, Jr. Pittsboro, N. C. Clodfelter, Bruce Simmons, Jr. High Point, N. C. Cobb, Edgar Reid Burlington, N. C. Cochran, Joe Beverly, Jr. Southport, N. C. Cole, Carl Doris Kings Mountain, N. C. Coleman, Jerry Douglas Wilmington, N. C. Coley, William Vernon, Jr. Wilmington, N. C. Collier, Curtis Edward Selma, N. C. Collier, Shelton R. Norfolk, Va. Collier, William Andrew Charlotte, N. C. Comeau, Clifford M. Bolivia, N. C. Conrad, Ronald Gray Winston-Salem, N. C. Cox, Donald Glenn Kinston, N. C. Cox, Donald Nesbitt Raleigh, N. C. Cox, Graham Samuel Richlands, N. C. Cox, John Edward Brevard, N. C. Cox, Lindsay Wheeler.... Winston-Salem, N. C. Creazzo, Joseph Sea Cliff, N. Y. Crowell, Clyde Oren Roxboro, N. C. Crumpler, Marshall Woodard, Jr. Fayetteville, N. C. Cullipher, Louis Edwin Knotts Island, N. C. Curlee, Everette Berry Matthews, N. C. [134] Class Dail, Joseph Darrell Walstonburg, N. C. Daughtridge, Jimmy Truman Rocky Mount, N. C. Davis, Billy Bryson Sylva, N. C. Davis, Edgar Felton Goldsboro, N. C. Davis, James Minor, Jr. Rocky Mount, N. C. Davis, Moses Paul Sanford, N. C. Davis, Richard Benny China Grove, N. C. Deal, Billy Eugene Newton, N. C. Dean, Leonard Franklin Oxford, N. C. DeBerry, James Cliffton Mount Gilead, N. de Diego, Olmedo Aurelio, Jr. Mount Pleasant, N. C. Dellinger, Jack David Bakersville, N. C. DeMarra, John Robert Lancaster, Pa. Denson, Alexander Bunn Whitakers, N. C. Denton, Harold Ray Rocky Mount, N. C. Dillingham, Clarence Lee Cliffside, N. C. Dixon, Thomas Wray Reidsville, N. C. Dobson, Troy Lee Morganton, N. C. Dowell, William Burton, Jr. Raleigh, N. C. Dry, Victor Finley Albemarle, N. C. Dugger, Arley Johnny Fayetteville, N. C. Eakins, Thomas Alexander Ivanhoe, N. C. Earle, Theodore Weeden, Jr. Savannah, Ga. Earnhardt, John Walter Monroe, N. C. Eason, Donald Dwight Durham, N. C. Edwards, Fred Huntley Polkton, N. C. Edwards, Robert Louis Sherrill ' s Ford, N. C. Eipe, P. Joseph Elon College, N. C. Elkins, James Woody Clarkton, N. Ellington, Benjamin Limer Harper ' s Island, N. C. Elliot, Donald Coleman Shelby, N. C. Ellis, Bobby Joel Asheville, N. C. [135] Junior Elsmore, James Luther Statesville, N. C. Farrior, Stanley McNair Burgaw, N. C. Farrow, William Benjamin Engelhard, N. C. Faulkner, Fred Eugene Asheville, N. C. Fields, John Arrington Raleigh, N. C. Fields, Thurman Melvin, Jr. Wallace, N. C. Fleming, Gerald Romney Stokes, N. C. Floyd, William Alexander Hickory, N. C. Flynn, Lenard John Asheville, N. C. Fountain, Lafayette E., Jr. Tarboro, N. C. Fowler, Vance Garrison Henderson, N. C. William Wayne Henderson, N. C. Frazer, John Frank, Ill Charlotte, N. C. Frazier, Russell Wayne Youngsville, N. C. Freeman, Wray Edwards Rutherfordton, N. C. Fulp, William Melvin . Winston-Salem, N, C. Futrelle, Robert Howard Mount Olive, N. C. Gardner, Joseph Clarence Cary, N. C. Garrison, Colleen Buff Lincolnton, N. C. Garrison, William Ernest, Jr. Lincolnton, N. C. Glass, Phillip D. Carlisle, Ohio Goudie, Richard Blaine Downingtown, Pa. Grady, Charles Robert High Point, N. C. Grady, Warren Allen Goldsboro, N. C. Graham, William Alexander, IIl Charlotte, N. C. Graham, William Carter Proctorville, N. C. Graves, Richard Lee Denton, N. C. Gray, Jasper Lee Edenton, N. C. Gray, Robert Judson, Jr. Gastonia, N. Greene, Earnest Clarence, Jr. Spindale, N. C. Greene, Robert Allison Goldsboro, N. C. Gregson, James Dwight, Jr. Liberty, N. C. [136] Class Grier, James Brown Charlotte, N. C. Groat, James Frank, Jr. Winston-Salem, N. C. Gurley, Richard Norwood Newton, N. C. Guthrie, Norris Ronald Kingsport, Tenn. Haire, Roy Lawrence Varina, N. C. Haire, William Johnny Albemarle, N. C. Hamby, Rhodney Taylor. Jacksonville, N. C. Hamilton, Walter William Gastonia, N. C. Hampton, Kenneth Duane Asheville, N. C. Harding, Roy Nathan Lexington, Ky. Harrell, William Albright Grifton, N. C. Harrill, James Weatherspoon Raleign, N. C. Harris, James Edward Raleigh, N. C. Harris, Lyman Burwell, Jr. Grifton, N. C. Harris, Marvin Etheldred Mount Gilead, N. C. Harris, Robert Harold . Rocky Mount, N. C. Hart, Donald Avery Lenoir, N. C. Harton, Donald Lee Raleigh, N. C. Hassan, Zafar Karachi, Pakistan Hatley, Oscar Elwood Albemarle, N. C. Hayes, Harold Gilbert Raleigh, N. C. Haynes, Larry Eugene Shelby, N. C. Hayworth, Thomas Luther. High Point, N. C. Hedgepeth, Lloyd Martin Rocky Mount, N. C. Heinbockel, John Henry Manhasset, N. Y. Helms, Guy Alexander, Jr. Concord, N. Helms, Steven Anderson, Jr. Greensboro, N. C. Helton, Benny Wallace Hendersonville, N. C. Henderson, Hugh P. Charlotte, N. C. Hendrix, Donald Edward Charlotte, N. C. Heres, Garcia Celestino Colon, Cuba Hilbourn, Theodore Osgood, III Oakland, Calif. [137] Junior Hill, William Fitzgerald Florence, Ala. Hodge, Willie L. Rutherfordton, N. C. Holt, Robert Jack Biltmore, N. C. Hondros, James Gus Rocky Mount, N. C. Honeycutt, Emmitt Melvin, Jr. Fayetteville, N. C. Hoover, John Earl Greensboro, N. C. Hoover, Vann Marshall Charlotte, N. C. Hopkins, Donald G. Raleigh, N. C. Hopkins, John Clinkscales Charlotte, N. C. House, Michael James Bethel, N. C. Houser, Charles Milton Vale, N. C. Howard, George Robert, Jr. .. Charlotte, N. C. Howard, James Robert Kannapolis, N. C. Howard, John Everett Jesup, Ga. Huffman, John Caldwell Black Mountain, N. C. Hughes, Joseph Lovis, Jr. Badin, N. C. Humphries, Ervin Grigg Shelby, N. C. Hunt, Gerald Leigh Raleigh, N. C. Hurst, George Andrew Verona, N. J. Hutchins, Charles Robert High Point, N. C. Ingold, Harry Watkins Cary, N. C. Jasper, William John Burgaw, N. C. Jefferies, Theodore Rea Raleigh, N. C. Jenkins, Samuel Forest, Jr. Oxford, N. C. Jernigan, William Robert, Jr. Dunn, N. C. Jobe, Randall Everette Greensboro, N. C. Jobe, Roland Harrell Greensboro, N. C. Johnson, Charles Elliott Robersonville, N. C. Johnson, Frank Roy, Jr.. Murfreesboro, N. C. Johnson, Harris L. Raleigh, N. C. Johnson, Hilton Graham Delco, N. C. Johnson, James Owen Kenansville, N. C. [138] Class Johnson, Jerry Albert Lexington, N. C. Johnson, Preston Benton Benson, N. C. Johnson, Robert Calvin Winston-Salem, N. C. Johnson, William Carl Erwin, N. C. Johnson, Wilma Graye Spring Lake, N. C. Jones, Carroll G. Bailey, N. C. Jones, Lawrence Braden Raleigh, N. C. Jones, Victor Allen Laurel Springs, N. C. Jordan, Verner Nicholson, Jr. Charlotte, N. C. Joyner, Harvey Ray Elm City, N. C. Justus, Robert Allen Hendersonville, N. C. Kannan, Philip Charles Wilson, N. C. Kellar, Robert Paul Brevard, N. C. Kennedy, Billy Ray Thomasville, N. C. Kennel, Robert Philip New Bern, N. C. Key, Francis Scott Cramerton, N. C. Kiger, Carl James Raleigh, N. C. Kimrey, Joel Otto Norwood, N. C. King, James Claude Statesville, N. C. King, Martin Bruce Hamlet, N. C. Kinsland, Raymond Eugene Whittier, N. C. Kirby, Glenn Byars Rhodhiss, N. C. Lackey, Edward Logan Raleigh, N. C. Lackey, Frank Anderson Statesville, N. C. Lackey, James Richard Statesville, N. C. Ladd, Zack Frank Yadkinville, N. C. LaFoy, Ernest Mose Concord, N. C. Lambert, William Royce Benson, N. C. Landrum, Harold Wilbur Raleigh, N. C. Lane, Walter Robert Laurinburg, N. C. Langden, Raeford Earl Smithfield, N. C. Langley, Ralph Gray Greenville, N. C. [139] Lanier, Marvin Ray Statesville, N. C. Lassiter, Edward Shepherd Four Oaks, N. C. Lassiter, G. Calvin, Jr. Spring Hope, N. C. Laursen, Doan B. Swannanoa, N. C. Lawing, Hugh Forest City, N. C. Leach, Alfred Kay Red Springs, N. C. Ledbetter, Curgus Columbus Thomasville, N. C. Ledbetter, John F., Jr. Asheville, N. C. Lee, Willie Sherrill Four Oaks, N. C. Lemons, Earl Chapin Pittsboro, N. C. Levine, Sanford L. Brooklyn, N. Y. Lewis, John Robert Ayden, N. C. Lewis, Robert Earl Lumberton, N. C. Lilley, Glenn Neumon, Jr. Gatesville, N. C. Lippard, William Francis Greensboro, N. C. Lippard, John Henderson, Jr. Cleveland, N. C. Livengood, Charles Dwaine Linwood, N. C. Long, George Frederick High Point, N. C. Lowry, John Walter Charlotte, N. C. Lyne, Robert Chamberlayne, Jr. Richmond, Va. McCarn, Richard Harrison Kannapolis, N. C. McCarter, Bobby Gene Tryon, N. C. McCaslin, Joe Clarence Maiden, N. C. McConnell, Charles Hendersonville, N. C. McCoy, Edward Gordon Snow Hill, N. C. McDermatt, Hugh Arthur Vass, N. C. McGee, George Conrad Snow Hill, N. C. McHan, Fred Lee Bryson City, N. C. McIntosh, Thomas Franklin Mount Holly, N. C. McLamb, Harold Dixon Newton Grove, N. C. McMurray, William D. Forest City, N. C. Madden, Cecil Gray Hamlet, N. C. [140] Class Magill, Herbert Basil Concord, N. C. Mallard, Virgil Lee Trenton, N. C. Manning, Tom Register, Jr. Weldon, N. C. Marriott, Robert Henry, Jr. Battleboro, N. C. Martin, Kenneth Underwood Jonesville, N. C. Massengill, Roy Harold Kenly, N. C. Mateer, Charles Harry Charlotte, N. C. Matthews, Hubert Irvin Cary, N. C. Mauney, James Robert Cherryville, N. C. Medford, Bruce Canton, N. C. Melton, Jesse Daniel Enfield, N. C. Melvin, Raymond James, Jr. Durham, N. C. Memory, Donald Wayne Wagram, N. C. Merrell, James Mathis Shelby, Ala. Miketa, Donald A. Baden, Pa. Miller, Charles F., Jr. Waynesville, N. C. Miller, Joseph Ralph Jefferson, N. C. Miller, Wayne Waddell Greensboro, N. C. Miller, William Hugh Boone, N. C. Miller, William Lawton, Jr. Beulaville, N. C. Mink, Lawrence Albright Winston-Salem, N. C. Misenheimer, James Reid Shelby, N. C. Misenheimer, Larry Lee Richfield, N. C. Mitchell, Bobby Glen Goldsboro, N. C. Modlin, Clarence Thomas, Jr. Laurinburg, N. C. Moore, Bobby Lee Graham, N. C. Moore, Carroll Gene Gastonia, N. C. Moore, Glenn Cansler Catawba, N. C. Moore, Ronald Baxter Franklinton, N. C. Morgan, Samuel Dean Marion, N. C. Morris, Clair Edward, Jr. Columbia, N. C. Morris, Donald Scott Fremont, N. C. [141] Junior Morrow, James William, Jr. Gr eensboro, N. C. Mosheim, Joseph Dibrell Chicamauga, Ga. Moss, Dan Schuyler Enfield, N. C. Moss, James David Gastonia, N. C. Moss, R. V. Lenoir, N. C. Mullen, Stephen Thomas New Bern, N. C. Mulvaney, James Norbert Asheville, N. C. Myers, Guy Arnold, Jr. Winston-Salem, N. C. Nanney, Joseph Hugh Raleigh, N. C. Narron, Artis Medlin Kenly, N. C. Narron, Tommy Alfonzo Kenly, N. C. Nash, Averette Floyd St. Pauls, N. C. Neckman, William Alan Bronx 62, N. Y. Needham, Royal Roger. Pilot Mountain, N. C. Niven, Benjamin Franklin, Jr. Monroe, N. C. Norman, Donald Welch Mount Airy, N. C. Norville, John Albert Brevard, N. C. Nuckolls, Joe Allen Hendersonville, N. C. Odum, Robert Tracy Clinton, N. C. Oliver, James Edward, Jr. Whaleyville, Va. O ' Quinn, Charles Neill Lumberton, N. C. Orrell, Robert Jerome Wilmington, N. C. Pace, Doran Royal, Jr. Sumter, S. C. Padgett, John Fay Cliffside, N. C. Page, Harry Lee Brown Summit, N. C. Park, James Ray Salisbury, N. C. Parker, Carl Duncan Cordova, N. C. Parker, Grady Leon Mill Spring, N. C. Parker, Ralph Jerome, Jr. Williamston, N. C. Parlier, James Edward Lenoir, N. C. Paschall, Fred William, Jr. Greensboro, N. C. Patterson, Arza Donald Winston-Sal em, N. C. [142] Class Pearson, James Roy Apex, N. C. Peele, John E., Ill Roxobel, N. C. Penny, Augustine Caleb Clayton, N. C. Perdue, Rayvon Kannapolis, N. C. Perry, June Gill Zebulon, N. C. Peterson, Jesse Julius, Jr. Wilmington, N. Peterson, Lennart Rudolph Winston-Salem, N. C. Phifer, William Joseph, Jr. Charlotte, N. C. Phillips, Alan Clair Mocksville, N. C. Phillips, Clay Randolph Raleigh, N. C. Phillips, Harold Eugene Selma, N. C. Phillips, Hedrick Mitchell Raleigh, N. C. Phillips, Rex Askew La Grange, N. C. Phillips, Robert Kenneth Lillington, N. C. Pigg, Johnny Oran Wingate, N. C. Pilkington, Theo Clyde Durham, N. C. Pinner, Allen Owen Candler, N. C. Pitts, Kirby Allen Winston-Salem, N. C. Poindexter, Everett John Tarboro, N. C. Poole, David Arville Rockwood, Tenn. Poole, Ernest Gordon Charlotte, N. C. Poole, Marion Ronald Thomasville, N. C. Poole, Zeb Vance Statesville, N. C. Poteat, Jimmy Langston Yanceyville, N. C. Powell, Leon Max Erwin, N. C. Powell, Robert Eugene Garner, N. C. Pratt, Peter Tudor Argentina Presson, Kendrick Benton . Wilmington, N. C. Prestwood, Annie Katherine Lenoir, N. C. Price, William LaMont Goldsboro, N. C. Pruette, Dean Mac High Point, N. C. Query, Robert George Sanford, N. C. [143] Junior Rackley, Robert Louis Asheville, N. C. Raines, William Albert Wilmington, N. C. Ray, Clarence Elbert, Jr. Graham, N. C. Reaves, Charlie E. Warsaw, N. C. Reese, Lawrence David Henderson, N. C. Reiter, Donald Marvin Queens 75, N. Y. Reynolds, William Daniel, Jr.. Laurinburg, N. C. Rice, Clyde Crosby Asheville, N. C. Richardson, Clyde Edward, Jr. Thomasville,, N. C. Richmond, William Bruce Hillsboro, N. Ridenhour, Jennings Farrell Kannapolis, N. C. Ritchie, William Merideth Raleigh, N. C. Ritter, Wiley Fletcher, Jr. Raleigh, N. C. Roach, Robert Wayne Burlington, N. C. Roberson, William Clyde, Jr. Williamston, N. C. Roberson, William Young Smithfield, N. C. Roberts, James Wallace Atkinson, N. C. Rodgers, James Gordon Salisbury, N. C. Rogers, James Charles Tabor City, N. C. Rogers, James Franklin Rocky Point, N. C. Rogers, Wyatt Manley, Jr. Charlotte, N. C. Rooks, Robert Graham Whiteville, N. C. Rose, David Jeptha Rocky Mount, N. C. Rose, Donald Leon Arlington 3, Va. Rountree, Ralph Marion Gates, N. C. Royster, Larry Herbert Durham, N. C. Royster, Robert Samuel, Jr. Tarawa Terrace, Camp Lejeune, N. C. Rundbaken, Leon Allen New York City, N. Y. Russ, Kenneth Eugene Burgaw, N. C. Salih, Abdul Malik, Mohammed Ana, Iraq Salter, Luther C. Sheffield, Ala. Sanders, Theron Vester Bailey, N. C. [144] Class Sawyer, George Edward John, Jr. Murray Hill, N. J. Sawyer, Robert Franklin Elizabeth City, N. C. Scanlon, David Howard, Ill Durham, N. C. Scarboro, Beaman Harris Wendell, N. C. Scott, William Clevenger Haw River, N. C. Seamon, Walter Ramon Graham, N. C. Sell, James Milton Winston-Salem, N. C. Shain, Bonnie Wilmington, N. C. Shaw, Archie Ward Evergreen, N. C. Shearin, Walter Lee, Jr. Roanoke Rapids, N. C. Shepherd, Marshall Monroe, Jr. Charlotte, N. C. Shook, Charles Robert Asheville, N. C. Sidbury, Melvin Dean Hampstead, N. C. Sifford, Ralph Gene Salisbury, N. C. Simmons, Gerald Dwight Albertson, N. C. Simmons, Hugh Edison Hickory, N. C. Simmons, James Edward, Jr. Enfield, N. C. Simmons, Robert Curtis Whiteville, N. C. Sims, Joseph Ivan Salisbury, N. C. Slaydon, John Franklin, Jr.... High Point, N. C. Sloan, Marvin Kenneth Erwin, N. C. Sloan, Richard Clemence Mt. Ulla, N. C. Slone, Thurman Harry Wharton, W. Va. Sloop, Paul Alexander Concord, N. C. Small, Howard Gordon, Jr. Fair Bluff, N. C. Smith, Benjamin Thomas Raleigh, N. C. Smith, Charles Wesley Meadville, Pa. Smith, Craig J. Albemarle, N. C. Smith, Edgar Williams Charlotte, N. C. Smith, Gaston Franklin, Jr. Asheville, N. C. Smith, Robert Earl Angier, N. C. Smith, Roy Marvin Marshville, N. C. [145] Junior Smith, William David Asheboro, N. C. Smoot, William Verlin Winston-Salem, N. C. Sneed, Ronald Ernest Oxford, N. C. Snyder, Charles Edwin Winston-Salem, N. C. Sorrels, William Pickens Forest City, N. C. Sparks, Jackie Lamar Winston-Salem, N. C. Stallings, Donald Maysville, N. C. Stamey, Arthur Wallace, Jr. High Point, N. C. Starr, Hal Eugene Hickory, N. C. Stephenson, Alton Parker, Jr. Raleigh, N. C. Stephenson, Charles Warren Oxford, N. C. Sterken, John Gregory Raleigh, N. C. Stickney, Richard Hulse Asheville, N. C. Stone, Gerald David Wilmington, N. C. Stone, Ray Edwin High Point, N. C. Stout, Kenneth Franklin Asheboro, N. C. Stover, Richard Douglas Gastonia, N. C. Summerville, Kenneth Osborn Charlotte, N. C. Sutton, Charles Jerry Franklin, N. C. Sutton, Michael Donovan Kinston, N. C. Swain, Robert Wayne Southport, N. C. Swaringen, Charles Edward, Jr. Pinehurst, N. C. Swofford, Doyle Patrick Greensboro, N. C. Sykes, Grady Huston Charlotte, N. C. Talbert, Larry Melvin Albemarle, N. C. Tate, Clarence Garren, Jr. Concord, N. C. Taylor, Frank Warren Statesville, N. C. Teague, Francis Carlyle Liberty, N. C. Teague, John Virgil Guilford College, N. C. Teasley, Ralph Currin Durham, N. C. Templeton, Roy Lorraine Kannapolis, N. C. Terry, William James, Jr. Gastonia, N. C. [146] Class Tew, Joseph Willie Newland, N. C. Thigpen, Jacob Joyner Dudley, N. C. Thompson, Donald Morris Gastonia, N. C. Thompson, Jessie L. Raleigh, N. C. Thorp, Erich Carl Verona, N. J. Tilson, Leonard Carey Mars Hill, N. C. Tilson, Robert Ray Burnsville, N. C. Toney, Carl Wilburn Mooresboro, N. C. Townsend, Clarence Woodall Lumberton, N. C. Tucker, Harry Hauser Winston-Salem, N. C. Tucker, Robert Woodson Raleigh, N. C. Turbyfill, Basil Waites Hickory, N. C. Turner, Jerry Mitchell Fayetteville, N. C. Tutor, Nellie Ann Raleigh, N. C. Vance, John Dalas Pineola, N. C. Vennel, Woodrow Wilson, II Salem, Mass. Vestal, Ellis Brinson Kenansville, N. C. Vogler, John Franklin Mount Airy, N. C. Waddell, Robert Allen Fair Bluff, N. C. Wagner, Harold Alfred Cooleemee, N. C. Waitman, Gerald Louis Fayetteville, N. C. Walker, Ferman Lee Mill Spring, N. C. Walker, Herman Lewis Mill Spring, N. C. Walters, Luther Marvin Rocky Mount, N. C. Warren, Fredric Glenn Raleigh, N. C. Warren, Garland Glenn, Jr. Mount Airy, N. C. Washam, Burl Jackson Huntersville, N. C. Waters, Earl Wayne Roanoke Rapids, N. C. Watterson, James Walter Guilford, N. C. Waxmunski, Henry Lewis, Jr. West Point, Va. Weinstein, David Franklin Lumberton, N. C. Wells, William Burton Canton, N. C. [147] Juniors West, Thomas Elam Nathalie, Va. Westmoreland, Richard Prevette Thomasville, N. C. Whitaker, Faison Young, Jr. Durham, N. C. White, Charles Henry China Grove, N. C. White, Jesse Wade Walkertown, N. C. White, William Franklin Maxton, N. C. Whitehurst, William Morgan Robersonville, N. C. Wicker, Gene Anderson Burlington, N. C. Wiley, Albert Lee Acme, N. C. Wilkins, Davison Heriot Linden, N. C. Williams, John Bright, Jr. High Point, N. C. Williams, Joseph Howard Beulaville, N. C. Williams, Robert L. Shelby, N. C. Williamson, Ivey Eugene Lucama, N. C. Willis, Charles Arthur Charlotte, N. C. Wilson, Olin Everette Raleigh, N. C. Wilson, Stanley Hampton Greensboro, N. C. Winchell, Alan M. Windsor, N. C. Windley, Franklin David Bath, N. C. Womick, Robert Lovis Rutherfordton, N. C. Woodard, Ollie Clifton Spring Hope, N. C. Wuamett, Stephen Cole Cleveland, N. C. Wynne, Frank Earl Williamston, N. C. Wynne, George William Morganton, N C. Yager, Daniel Duane Raleigh, N. C. Yarber, Norman Gray Guilfor d College, N. C. Yawn, Charles C. Kings Mountain, N. C. York, Dennis Raymond, Jr. Asheboro, N. C. York, James Alvin Raleigh, N. C. Young, Danny Norman Asheville, N. C. Yujuico, Alejandro, Jr. Philippines Zimmerman, Wade Helton Murphy, N. C. [148] Bill Bass President Fred Manley Secretary Mac Lupold Treasurer Bill Byrd Vice-President Sophomore Sophomores Adams, Robert Thompson Winston-Salem, N. C. Adkins, Dwight Steele Hickory, N. C. Agnos, John Nicholas Winston-Salem, N. C. Aldridge, Michael DeLano Pink Hill, N. C. Allen, Carroll Glenwood Farmville, N. C. Allen, Cecil Oakley Roxboro, N. C. Allen, Thomas Edward Lewiston, N. Y. Almond, Donald Wayne Albemarle, N. C. Anderson, Calvin Curtis Tarboro, N. C. Anderson, John Robinson Guilford College, N. C. Annas, Wesley Eugene Granite Falls, N. C. Ardito, Nicolas B. Panama, Panama Atwater, Henry Foust Burlington, N. C. Austin, John Samuel Taylorsville, N. C. Autry, Stacy Maurice Clinton, N. C. Aycock, John Holmes Goldsboro, N. C. Ayscue, Billy Newcomb Henderson, N. C. Bailey, Donald C. Spindale, N. C. Bailey, Richard Everette Faison, N. C. Baker, Max Norris King, N. C. Barbe, Roberto Andres La Paz, Bolivia Barfield, William Marion New Bern, N. C. Barksdale, William Benjamin Raleigh, N. C. Barnes, Donald Ray Wilson, N. C. Barnes, Patrick Herndon Raleigh, N. C. Barnett, George Neill Charlotte, N. C. Barrett, Rolin Farrar Raleigh, N. C. Barringer, Eddie Max Maiden, N. C. Barringer, George Herbert Jacksonville, N. C. Barwick, John Henry Grifton, N. C. Bason, George Stanford, Jr. Swepsonville, N. C. Bass, Roderick Sidney Nashville, N. C. Batten, Coy Medlin Kenly, N. C. Bauer, Lawrence Peter, Jr. Georgetown, S. C. Beadles, Thomas Millard Hayesville, N. C. Beakley, John Coleman, II Asheville, N. C. Beard, William Carroll, Jr.... Fayetteville, N. C. Beasley, Robert Earle Salisbury, N. C. Bell, Clive Gilbert Statesville, N. C. Bell, Jon Michael Raleigh, N. C. Bennett, Willett Boyd, Jr... Hendersonville, N. C. Benton, Julia Adelaide Fayetteville, N. C. Billingsley, John David Peachland, N. C. Bissette, William Elton, Jr. Wilson, N. C. Blackwelder, Robert T. Charlotte, N. C. Blevins, John Oliver Kinston, N. C. Boger, Bobby Duke Winston-Salem, N. C. Boone, William Jordan, Jr. Gates, N. C. Bosnight, Floyd Lee Manns Harbor, N. C. Bost, James Franklin Raleigh, N. C. [150] Bottoms, Earl Franklin Pikeville, N. C. Bowen, Willie Charles Rockingham, N. C. Bradley, Nelson A. Raleigh, N. C. Braswell, James William Smithfield, N. C. Brattain, Daniel W. Oakboro, N. C. Britt, Malcolm Vernon Garner, N. C. Brock, Walter Donald Raleigh, N. C. Brown, Betty Joanne Raleigh, N. C. Brown, Homer Scott Selma, N. C. Brown, John Amzey Spruce Pine, N. C. Brown, Roderick Burton Ashford, N. C. Brown, Thomas Clark Arden, N. C. Bryant, Edward Graham Ararat, N. C. Buchanan, Robert Paul, Jr. Yadkinville, N. C. Bullard, James Connor Charlotte, N. C. Bunn, John Trent Charlotte, N. C. Burgess, Richard Hunt Dumont, N. J. Byerly, Richard Dale High Point, N. C. Byrd, James William Mount Olive, N. C. Byrd, Joe Lee Concord, N. C. Byrum, Robert Leonard Greensboro, N. C. Cameron, Neill William Cameron, N. C. Campbell, Rex Cornelius Statesville, N. C. Capps, Weldon Clinton Arcola, N. C. Carroll, Daniel Wilson Durham, N. C. Carroll, James Charles Mount Olive, N. C. Carter, Larry Lee Winston-Salem, N. C. Cartmel, Franklin Bromley Pleasantville, N. Y. Caune, Janis Z. Washington, N. C. Caviness, William Branson, Jr. Raleigh, N. C. Cheek, Gerald Wallace Charlotte, N. C. Church, Jerry Anderson Valdese, N. C. Clapp, John Garland, Jr. Greensboro, N. C. Clapp, Richard Edwin Siler City, N. C. Clark, John Douglas Charlotte, N. C. Clark, Wesley Merton Lumberton, N. C. Clarke, Robert Edward Morganton, N. C. Clendenin, John Barnes Greensboro, N. C. Clippard, Carson Alexander Raeford, N. C. Coker, Walter James, Jr. Roanoke Rapids, N. C. Cole, Emmit Franklin Clayton, N. C. Coley, John Thomas, Ill Rocky Mount, N. C. Coltrane, Robert Irvin Sophia, N. C. Cooley, Austin Craig Black Mountain, N. Copenhaver, Howard Wayne, Jr. Morganton, N. C. Coston, Vernie Richard Jacksonville, N. Cottingham, Bromo Thomas, Jr. Fayetteville, N. C. Crabtree, Ralph Jackson Carthage, N. C. Craig, Charles Spurgeon Durham, N. C. Creed, Hugh Malen Mount Airy, N. C. [151] Sophomores Cribb, Henry Levon Laurel Hill, N. C. Crump, Gwyn Norman Hickory, N. C. Crump, Kelly Raygene Lenoir, N. C. Culp, Ronald Kendall Badin, N. C. Currie, Avery Madison Rockingham, N. C. Cushman, Robert Mignerey Southern Pines, N. C. Cybrynski, Robert Carl Greensboro, N. C. Davis, Charles Richard Candler, N. C. Davis, Don Maynard Earl, N. C. Davis, Floyd Mitchell Raleigh, N. C. Davis, George Kenneth Bessemer City, N. C. Davis, Thomas Paul Shelby, N. C. Davis, Thomas Willis Beaufort, N. C. Dawkins, James Mitchell Greensboro, N. C. Dawson, John Robert Hampton, Va. Deans, Philip Maurice Wilson, N. C. Deaton, Willis Robert Cornelius, N. C. Dilley, G. William Silver Spring, Md. Dixon, Charles Royce Siler City, N. C. Dixon, Rodney McSwain Statesville, N. C. Dozier, Gary Franklin Raleigh, N. C. DuBois, Joseph Addison, Jr. Morehead City, N. C. Duke, Carlton Walker, Jr. Norlina, N. C. Earney, Arlen Reid Charlotte, N. C. Easter, William Taylor Winston-Salem, N. C. Ebhardt, Carl Arthur Halifax, Va. Eckerd, Joseph Harold Marion, N. C. Edmondson, Richard Clifton Rocky Mount, N. C. Edwards, James Worth Whiteville, N. C. Ellenberg, John Doane Charlotte, N. C. Elliot, Kenneth Eugene Black Mountain, N. C. Ellison, Thomas Vern Louisville, Ky. Elzey, Horace Richard Creston, N. C. Emory, Bobby Yates Raleigh, N. C. Enloe, Frank Robert Waynesville, N. C. Etheridge, Joseph Lister Elizabeth City, N. C. Eury, Lynn Wade New London, N. C. Faison, Thomas Kilby, Jr. Faison, N. C. Farner, William Casper Morganton, N. C. Faulkner, Louis Alexander Charlotte, N. C. Ferguson, David Neil Gastonia, N. C. Ficquett, Frederick Arthur, Jr. Wallace, N. C. Finch, Edwin Orville Bailey, N. C. Fitts, William Person Littleton, N. C. Fleming, Edwin Michael Franklinton, N. C. Fleming, Russell Herbert Fletcher, John Edward Flinchum, Wayne Thomas Flowers, Roger Marcus Folsom, John Wesley Morganton, N. C. Marion, N. C. Carthage, N. C. Statesville, N. C. Warwick, Va. [152] Sophomores Forbes, James Andrew Wilmington, N. C. Forehand, Isaac Juette Dudley, N. C. Foust, Gene Ray Lexington, N. C. Fox, Dennis Lee Gastonia, N. C. Freeze, Bobbie Eugene Flint, Mich. Fuhrer, Raymond K. Charlotte, N. C. Fulcher, William Lewis, Jr. Morehead City, N. C. Fuller, Bobby Lee Durham, N. C. Futrell, Ben Gay Rocky Mount, N. C. Gardner, Charles Ray Greenville, N. C. Gardner, James Donald Mount Airy, N. C. Garner, Carlton Leroy, Jr. Raleigh, N. C. Garren, Donald Lee Winston-Salem, N. C. Garris, John William, Jr Goldsboro, N. C. Gentry, Richard Lee Reidsville, N. C. George, Critz Horton Raleigh, N. C. George, Robert Michael Greensboro, N. C. Gettys, Joe Cornwell Shelby, N. C. Gibbon, Edward Lee Richmond, Va. Gibson, Gerald Warren Laurinburg, N. C. Giles, George Curtis Draper, N. C. Gill, Charles Herbert Charlotte, N. C. Gilliam, William Edwin Graham, N. C. Gilmore, Thomas Odell Julian, N. C. Glasgow, James Etheridge Littleton, N. C. Glover, George Douglas Ellenboro, N. C. Goad, Otis Edwin, Jr. Mount Airy, N. C. Goff, Robert Fisher Ayden, N. C. Gomez, Gustavo Alberto Manhgva, Nicaragua Gomez, Ramon Bello Matanzas, Cuba Gonzales, Carlos Diaz Mexico, D. F. Gorman, Ray Howard Shelby, N. C. Gotuaco, Charles Manila, P. I. Graham, William DeWitt Mount Ulla, N. C. Gray, William Hugh Supply, N. C. Greene, Chesley M. Mount Gilead, N. C. Gregg, Stewart Warren Lenoir, N. C. Griffin, Allender Mooney Greensboro, N. C. Griffin, Charles Roy, Jr. Pinetops, N. C. Griffin, Daniel Martin Lenoir, N. C. Griffin, Lonnie J. Kinston, N. C. Griffin, Marion Carroll Robersonville, N. C. Griffith, Dewey Maurice Greenville, N. C. Gurkin, James Herbert Williamston, N. C. Gurley, Patrick Thaddeus ..Seven Springs, N. C. Habib, Hasday Habana, Cuba Hagwood, Charles McDonald Youngsville, N. C. Haigler, John Neil Monroe, N. C. Hainley, Bruce Thomas Schuylkill Haven, Pa. Hall, Wilkes Suttle Charlotte, N. C. [153) Sophomores Hamad, Awni Mohamad Hamilton, Henry Redd Hammer, Charles Wayne Hammond, Wilfred Allen Hancock, Harvey Gray Rocky Mount, N. C. Greensboro, N. C. Siler City, N. C. Farmer, N. C. Winston-Salem, N. C. Hanrahan, Kirkwood Edward Newport News, Va. Harper, John Blois Raleigh, N. C. Harper, Willis Harold Rocky Mount, N. C. Harris, Claude Morris, Jr. Biltmore, N. C. Harris, Herbert Hunter Raleigh, N. C. Harris, Merrell W. Louisburg, N. C. Hart, Charles Hubert Ayden, N. C. Hart, Roger Zane Granite Falls, N. C. Harwell, William Hayes Concord, N. C. Hatch, Horace Hoover Mount Olive, N. C. Hatcher, Glen Carlton Selma, N. C. Hatley, Edward William Oakboro, N. C. Hatley , Larry Houston Greensboro, N. C. Hawkins, William Rainey, Jr Durham, N. C. Henderson, Kenneth Dean Spindale, N. C. Hendrix, James William Greenville, N. C. Henley, Amos Brooks Linville, N. C. Hennings, Joe Bennett East Bend, N. C. Herring, Malcolm LaRoy Wilson, N. C. Herring, Thomas Woodrow La Grange, N. C. Hibbard, Robert Freeman Raleigh, N. C. Hicks, Charles Samuel Newland, N. C. Hicks, Hamilton Edward, Jr. Wilmington, N. C. Hicks, James Russell Lawndale, N. C. Hilal, Ahmed Afif Aleppo, Syria Hill, Richard Ray, Jr. Youngsville, N. C. Hinton, John Daniel Rocky Mount, N. C. Hiter, Sylvester William Hendersonville, N. C. Hoke, Larry David Hickory, N. C. Holland, Phillip Parker Franklin, Va. Holshouser, Robert J., Jr. Mooresville, N. C. Holt, Earl Thomas Salisbury, N. C. Holt, Edward Franklin Salisbury, N. C. Hood, Clarence Elam Newton, N. C. Hooks, Jonathan Winfield Kenly, N. C. Horowitz, Harvey Alan Oxford, N. C. Horton, James Arlen Oriental, N. C. Horton, William Elijah Roxboro, N. C. Hoskins, James Herbert Spencer, N. C. Hoskins, Richard Slater New York, N. Y. House, Samuel Giles Lincolnton, N. C. Howe, Kenneth Lee Gastonia, N. C. Hudson, Arlen Gladstone Mount Olive, N. C. Huntley, James Larry Charlotte, N. C. Hurst, William Wesley Roanoke, Va. [154] Sophomores Hutchins, James Clyde Mocksville, N. C. Hutchinson, James Richard Morven, N. C. Ingram, Joseph King Badin, N. C. Inman, John Douglas Pilot Mountain, N. C. Ivey, Richard Willis Wilmington, N. C. Jackson, Ray Eugene Mount Airy, N. C. Jacumin, Jimmy Ray. Rutherford College, N. C. James, William Thomas, Jr. Asheville, N. C. Jennings, John Stanley Hickory, N. C. Johnson, Eli Vance Robersonville, N. C. Johnson, Franklin Mitchell Greenville, N. C. Johnson, Larry Buckner Sanford, N. C. Johnson, Raymond Gerard Atlantic Highlands, N. J. Jones, John Bennett White Oak, N. C. Jones, Robert Ralph, Jr. Laurinburg, N. C. Jones, William Bowling, Jr. Oxford, N. C. Jordan, Russell Edward High Point, N. C. Jurney, Douglas Melvin Harmony, N. C. Kearney, Wayne Thomas Henderson, N. C. Keech, Leo Berl Pantego, N. C. Keglers, Wilis Raleigh, N. C. Keith, Marvin Owen Franklinton, N. C. Kelly, Darrell Brown Lillington, N. C. Kemp, Bobby Wayne Fayetteville, N. C. Kendrick, Edward Dickson, Jr. Fallston, N. C. Kersey, Tommy Marcus Hickory, N. C. King, Charles Lincoln Lansing, N. C. King, Larry Everette Greensboro, N. C. Kinnamon, Charles Wesley, Jr .Charlotte, N. C. Kirkland, Robert Taft, Jr. Raleigh, N. C. Kizziah, Jack Darrell Burlington, N. C. Knight, James Thomas Charlotte, N. C. Ladd, Joe Darrell Gastonia, N. C. Laney, Sherrill Glenn Kannapolis, N. C. Langford, Richard F. Durham, N. C. Lassiter, James Daniel Clayton, N. C. Latham, William Lee Charlotte, N. C. Leatherman, Carol James Newton, N. C. Leatherman, Frank David Vale, N. C. Ledbetter, John Steven Charlotte, N. C. Ledbetter, Maxwell Howard Forest City, N. C. Lee, Donald Ross Charlotte, N. C. Lee, Jimmy Dale Oakboro, N. C. Lee, Milton Wayne Mayodan, N. C. Lee, Robert Eugene Pikeville, N. C. Leonard, Ralph Avery Louisburg, N. C. Lingle, Douglas Eugene Faith, N. C. Long, Thomas B., Jr. Winston-Salem, N. C. Long, William Thomas, Jr. Cornelius, N. C. Lowdermilk, William Porter Raleigh, N. C. [155] Sophomores Lowrimore, Gene Ray Tabor City, N. C. Lupold, Hugh McCall Columbia, S. C. Luquire, David Hugh Durham, N. C. Lyda, George Suell Raleigh, N. C. Lyday, Russell Osborne, Jr. Greensboro, N. C. Lyerly, Harvey Dick Mount Pleasant, N. C. Lynch, Walter Kenneth Raleigh, N. C. Lynn, Franklin Roosevelt Durham, N. C. Lynn, Victor Bryant Durham, N. McCormick, Robert Alexander Fayetteville, N. C. McCullen, David Solomon, Jr. Dunn, N. C. McDaniel, Earl Wilson Salisbury, N. C. McDonald, Robert Lamont Goldsboro, N. C. McDowell, Bobby Ray High Point, N. C. McEachern, George Hutaff Wilmington, N. C. McEntire, Harold Gene Cordova, N. C. McEwen, Arthur Johnson Cary, N. C. McGavran, Merrill Payne Chapel Hill, N. C. McQuay, James Newton Charlotte, N. C. Mackay, Stanley Richard Greensboro, N. C. Maddox, Joseph Emerson Gastonia, N. C. Madren, Paul Lee, Jr. Elon College, N. C. Maness, John Kent Biscoe, N. C. Mangum, Erbie William, Jr. Durham, N. C. Manley, Fred William Reidsville, N. C. Mann, Daniel Ferrel Mast, William Howard Matthews, Douglas Harold Matthews, Richard Wesley Maxwell, Albert Herr, Jr. Manteo, N. C. Rominger, N. C. Wilson, N. C. Greensboro, N. C. Morganton, N. C. May, Robert Edward Kinston, N. Meeks, Crawford Russell, Jr. Winston-Salem, N. C. Meeks, James William Montreat, N. C. Merrick, Austen David Asheville, N. C. Micol, Larry Joe Valdese, N. C. Miller, George Kimball Old Fort, N. C. Miller, Si dney Leon Asheboro, N. C. Millwood, Ervin Randolph Rocky Mount, N. C. Minshew, Roy Harrison, Jr. Asheboro, N. C. Moore, Arnold G. King, N. C. Moore, Curtis Eugene Hurdle Mills, N. C. Morgan, Tom Adam Oakboro, N. C. Morris, Melvin Kenneth Richfield, N. C. Morris, Richard Wallace . Rockingham, N. C. Morris, William R. Charlotte, N. C. Morton, Ralph Lee Jacksonville, N. C. Mosley, Julian Devon Butner, N. C. Murr, George Frank, Jr. Thomasville, N. C. Murray, Maurice Talmadge Asheville, N. C. Napier, Samuel Howard Hamlet, N. C. [156] Sophomores Newberry, Joseph Herman Plymouth, N. C. Newby, John Roger Lexington, N. C. Nifong, Wayne Eugene Winston-Salem, N. C. Nix, John Wesley Rutherfordton, N. C. Noell, Paul M. Durham, N. C. Nohl, Peter Friedrich Greensboro, N. C. Northcutt, Lee Irvin Raleigh, N. C. O ' Connell, James Lee Sanford, N. C. O ' Ferrell, Lewis Ray Greensboro, N. C. O ' Neal, Robin Turner Middlesex, N. C. Orders, Leonard Randolph Asheville, N. C. Ouda, Robert Scott Arlington, Va. Oughton, William Paul Raleigh, N. C. Owen, Austin Andrew Elizabethtown, N. C. Owen, Derl Rex Canton, N. C. Owens, Edwin Gip Cleveland, N. C. Ownley, James Ludford Elizabeth City, N. C. Parker, Jerry Edison Winston-Salem, N. C. Parker, John Wilmer, Jr. Lasker, N. C. Parker, Wallace O ' Niel Hubert, N. C. Parrish, George Stephen Henderson, N. C. Parrish, Karl Max Gastonia, N. C. Patterson, Emmett ..China Grove, N. C. Patterson, Larry Hugh China Grove, N. C. Pearsall, Jere Holly Springs, N. C. Pearson, Richard Fletcher Clinton, N. C. Pearson, Ronald Floyd Asheville, N. C. Peele, Charles Van Buren Goldsboro, N. C. Pennell, Bradley Mack Lenoir, N. C. Perkins, James Vance, Jr. Greenville, N. C. Perry, Bobby Alton Raleigh, N. C. Phelps, James Clifton Winston-Salem, N. Phillips, George Thomas. Scotland Neck, N. C. Pittman, Barney Wess Hillsboro, N. C. Plaxen, Bernard Wolfe Brooklyn, N. Y. Plowman, Joseph David Raleigh, N. C. Poindexter, William Brandon East Bend, N. C. Pollock, Donald Page Raleigh, N. C. Poovey, Robert Lewis Hickory, N. C. Porter, William Barham Washington, N. C. Poteat, William Thomas Spindale, N. C. Poulson, Melvin Bryan Engelhard, N. C. Price, Clay Crowson Taylorsville, N. C. Propst, Paul Laurence Southern Pines, N. C. Pryor, James Willard Winston-Salem, N. C. Punch, James Darrell Conover, N. C. Purvis, Albert Columbus Winnabow, N. C. Putnam, Billy Roger Shelby, N. C. Quickel, Jacob Craig Charlotte, N. C. Raney, Mark, Jr. Jacksonville, N. C. [157] Sophomores Raper, James Leroy Thomasville, N. C. Readling, Clark Delano Cornelius, N. C. Reasons, William Edgar Stantonsburg, N. C. Reavis, James D. Winston-Salem, N. C. Redmond, Jobie Gene Waterville, N. C. Redwine, Richard Horace Rural Hall, N. C. Reed, Melvin Bell Canton, N. C. Revelle, John Paige Murfreesboro, N. C. Rhodes, Lonnie Benjamin Kinston, N. C. Ribakove, Richard Harvey Sanford, N. C. Richardson, Theadore George Climax, N. C. Robbins, Simon Erskine Raleigh, N. C. Roberts, Norris David Winston-Salem, N. C. Robertson, Don Spencer King, N. C. Robins, William Thomas, Ill Gloucester Point, Va. Robinson, Elmer James Liberty, N. C. Rodgers, Wills Pinkney, Jr. Franklinville, N. C. Rogers, Lonnie J. Williamston, N. C. Rogers, William Reid Pineville, N. C. Rollins, Robert Waitsell Rutherfordton, N. C. Roper, William Lawrence Engelhard, N. C. Roten, Dane Idlewild, N. C. Rothrock, Thomas Hardy, Jr. Raleigh, N. C. Roughton, Ronald Gill Elizabeth City, N. C. Rouse, Douglas Earl Kinston, N. C. Ruff, Carl Gladford, Jr. Mill Spring, N. C. Russo, Edward Orange, N. J. Ryan, David Wallace Greensboro, N. C. Sain, William Carlos Statesville, N. C. Sales, Junius Lee, Jr. Asheville, N. C. Samet, Norman Gilbert High Point, N. C. Sanders, Graham Hodge Elizabeth City, N. C. Sasser, Preston Eugene Dover, N. C. Scarborough, Paul Eugene, Jr. Statesville, N. C. Scarborough, Robert Kenneth Greensboro, N. C. Schiff, Mark Richard New Hyde Park, N. Y. Schmitt, Alfred John, Jr. Engelhard, N. C. Schul, William Andrew Hamilton, Ohio Schuster, Robert Hillside, N. J. Scism, John A. Kings Mountain, N. C. Scott, John McClayton Charlotte, N. C. Searcy, Donald Bruce Mill Spring, N. C. Seidenstein, Mark Albert Newport News, Va. Setser, James Russell Lenoir, N. C. Setzer, Ward L. Raleigh, N. C. Shealy, Lemuel Darr, Jr. Thomasville, N. C. Sharpe, Boyd Idamus Sharpsburg, N. C. Sharpe, William Norman, Jr.. Chapel Hill, N. C. Shaw, Wesley Edward Monroe, N. C. Sherrer, John M. Raleigh, N. C. [158] Sophomores Sherrill, Charles Dellinger Cherryville, N. C. Sibley, Shelley Dan Albemarle, N. C. Sideris, John Nicholas Greenville, N. C. Sigmon, Arville Jenkins Newton, N. C. Sink, Henry Rodney Thomasville, N. C. Sisk, Kenneth Norman Knoxville, Tenn. Sloan, Donald Alfred Olin, N. C. Smith, Allie Gray Newport, N. C. Smith, Arthur Houston . Kings Mountain, N. C. Smith, Charles William Laurinburg, N. C. Smith, Drayton Lendell, Jr. Albemarle, N. C. Smith, Duane Gordon Kannapolis, N. C. Smith, Floyd A., Jr. Kinston, N. C. Smith, Frederick William Winston-Salem, N. C. Smith, Iverson Richard Newton, N. C. Smith, James Irvin King, N. C. Smith, Jimmie M. Pineola, N. C. Smith, Rigdon Robert Summit, N. C. Smith, Wayne Stacy Shelby, N. C. Smith, William Marvin Selma, N. C. Sparrow, Thomas Glenn Gastonia, N. C. Spence, George Broughton, Jr.. . Lillington, N. C. Spinello, Anthony Gerald Brooklyn, N. Y. Sprinkle, John Alex, Jr. Winston-Salem, N. C. Spooner, William Edward Wilmington, N. C. Starling, Bobby Lee Union Grove, N. C. Stegall, Luther Earl Warrenton, N. C. Steinacher, Julio Michael Charlotte, N. C. Stephens, Milton James, Jr. Erwin, N. C. Stevenson, James McMillin .. Henderson, N. C. Stott, Charles Raymond Wendell, N. C. Sturgill, Jack Carroll Norton, Va. Summer, Thomas Larry Cherryville, N. C. Sumner, Wiley Edward Conway, N. C. Summerlin, Lyman E. Jamestown, N. C. Swaim, Joe Terry Winston-Salem, N. C. Swaringen, David Leroy Albemarle, N. C. Sweatt, Jerry Oliver Kannapolis, N. C. Swindell, Winfield Scott Raleigh, N. C. Swing, James Edward Cliffside, N. C. Tabibzadeh, Fariborz A. Tehran, Iran Tabor, Christopher Alan Baltimore, Md. Taylor, David Ray Zebulon, N. C. Tetterton, John Marshall Bethel, N. C. Tharrington, Owen Keith, Jr... Henderson, N. C. Tharrington, Ronnie Owen Louisburg, Tharrington, Tommie Hight . Louisburg, N. C. Thomas, James Joseph Greensboro, N. C. Thompson, Ronald Leon Laurinburg, N. C. Thornburg, Robert LeRoy Gastonia, N. C. [159] Tillett, William Franklin Timberlake, N. C. Tillman, Linton Alexander Greensboro, N. C. Tillotson, Curtis Carlyle Oxford, N. C. Toney, Fred, Jr. Mooresboro, N. C. Torrence, James Franklin Salisbury, N. C. Treece, Ben Carolyn Raleigh, N. C. Treece, Johnny Benjamin Albemarle, N. C. Trotman, Frank Bacon Haddonfield, N. J. Trunnell, Albert Glenworth . Southport, N. C. Tucker, Henry Lansing, Jr. Townsville, N. C. Tuttle, Ronald Edward Winston-Salem, N. C. Tyndall, LeRoy Kinston, N. C. Untz, James N. Belmont, N. C. Ussery, Milton Everette Laurinburg, N. C. Vann, Joseph McAlphin Charlotte, N. C. Varon, Jaime Lima, Peru Vaughn, Kenneth Everett Providence, N. C. Veazey, Gerald Edward Covington, Tenn. Venable, William Donald Winston-Salem, N. C. Vitale, Herbert Anton New Hyde Park, N. Y. Vogler, Charles McKinney Mount Airy, N. C. Wade, Bobby Bruce Oxford, N. C. Walden, Roy Albert Guatemala City, Guatemala Walker, Paul Dean Old Hickory, Tenn. Waller, Jerry Marvin Hamlet, N. C. Ward, James Edward Rose Hill, N. C. Ward, Robert Lee, Jr. Mount Holly, N. C. Warlick, Charles Kenneth Polkville, N. C. Warlick, Frederick Michael, Jr. Salisbury, N. C. Warlick, Max Lane Lawndale, N. C. Warren, James Arnold Statesville, N. C. Warrick, David Paul Jackson, N. C. Watkins, John William Rockingham, N. C. Watson, John Archer Kannapolis, N. C. Watson, Larry Wayne Sanford, N. C. Watts, John Edward Charlotte, N. C. Waynick, Jack Tillery Raleigh, N. C. Waynick, Robert Spencer, Jr. Reidsville, N. C. [160] Sophomores Weant, Roy Daniel China Grove, N. C. Weavil, Jeffrey Wayne Liberty, N. C. Weber, Andrew John Cream Ridge, N. J. Weir, Jim Swennie Valdese, N. C. Welch, Richard Vanneman Greensboro, N. C. Weldon, Raymond Thomas, Jr. Henderson, N. C. Wensil, Larry Eugene Concord, N. Westbrook, William Hugh Latimer, Ill Gumberry, N. C. Whaley, Charles Julian Durham, N. C. Whicker, Gaines Lorraine Kannapolis, N. C. White, Kenneth Norman Winston-Salem, N. C. Whitener, Daniel Clary Huntersville, N. C. Wilfong, Albert C., Jr. Claremont, N. C. Wilkerson, Maywood Robert Lexington, N. C. Wilkinson, Edward Dayton Newton, N. C. Willard, Marion Wesley Winston-Salem, N. C. Willey, Norman Hill Raleigh, N. C. Williams, Herman Adam Wadesboro, N. C. Williams, Joe Madison Olin, N. C. Williams, Luther Erwin Valdese, N. C. Williams, Robert Keith Newton Grove, N. C. Williams, Royce Lee Granite Quarry, N. C. Williamson, Donald Hugh Lucama, N. C. Williamson, Finley Lea, Ill Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Williford, Jack Preston Wilson, N. C. Willis, Jerry Talmadge Lawndale, N. C. Wilson, Robert Vance Concord, N. Wolfe, Lawrence Abernathy, Jr. Bessemer City, N. C. Wood, Gerald Hinton Raleigh, N. C. Woodard, Henry Harrison Scotland Neck, N. C. Woolard, Gerald Jordan Plymouth, N. C. Woodley, Glenn Walker Columbia, N. C. Wordsworth, Robert Earl Macclesfield, N. Worthington, Lloyd Burton, Jr. Winterville, N. C. Wright, Walton Reid N. Wilkesboro, N. C. Wyke, Thomas Fulton Marion, N. C. Yates, Joseph Louis Fairmont, N. C. Yow, John Samuel Greensboro, N. C. [161] Charles Tanner President Eddie Knox Vice-President Ray Fountain Secretary James Weaver Treasurer Freshman Class Freshmen Abee, David Winfield Rutherford College, N. C. Abernethy, William Carl HuntersviIle, N. C. Acra, Robert Port-au-Prince, Haiti Adams, Graham Clevearn Rocky Mount, N. C. Adams, Robert Douglass Charlotte, N. C. Aderholdt, Charles Lamar Cherryville, N. C. Albaugh, John Charles Greensboro, N. C. Aldridge, John Arthur Winston-Salem, N. C. Allen, George Lewis, Jr. Reidsville, N. C. Allen, Leonard Leon Roanoke Rapids, N. C. Allen, Sidney Herman Durham, N. C. Allen, William Ronald Winter Haven, Fla. Alligood, Gilbert Ray Washington, N. C. Allran, Charles Forest Cherryville, N. C. Aman, Lemuel Gillette, Jr. Jacksonville, N. C. Anderson, Kenneth Calvin Greensboro, N. C. Andrews, Charles Luther Greensboro, N. C. Angel, Douglas Hasten Kernersville, N. C. Apple, Billy Reid Gibsonville, N. C. Apple, Vance Alton Gibsonville, N. C. Archie, Joseph Patrick, II Kinston, N. C. Asbury, Clayton Grant Wilmington, N. C. Asher, Robert David, Jr. Raleigh, N. C. Austin, Jerry Lamar Greensboro, N. C. Austin, Pinkney C., Jr. Granite Falls, N. C. Austin, Sterling Oliver Hickory, N. C. Averette, Charles David Elizabethtown, N. C. Baber, Samuel Leard, II Havelock, N. C. Baggett, Samuel Millard Sanford, N. C. Baker, David Joseph Oxford, N. C. Baker, Wallace Riddick Belvidere, N. C. Baldwin, John Kelly Abbottsburg, N. C. Ball, William Roy Burgaw, N. C. Ballard, Roger Wood Asheville, N. C. Ballenger, William Lewis Concord, N. C. Banks, Norman Earl New Bern, N. C. Bannerman, Carl Jackson Burgaw, N. C. Barbee, Robert Paul Oakboro, N. C. Barbot, James C. Wilmington, N. C. Barbour, Jesse Otho, Jr. Morganton, N. C. Barnes, James Elmore Raleigh, N. C. Basinger, Donald Lee Salisbury, N. C. Bateman, David Thompson Tyner, N. C. Batten, Virgil Felix Whiteville, N. C. Baxter, Larry Ben Cherryville, N. C. Beamer, William Fred, Jr. Mount Airy, N. C. Beasley, Donnie Franklin Benson, N. C. Beasley, Jerry Nelson Sylva, N. C. Beaver, James Burton Salisbury, N. C. Bellis, Vincent J., Jr. Fayetteville, N. C. Bennett, Allen Ames Norwood, N. C. Benson, Neil Carson Greensboro, N. C. Berry, Harold Bernard Durham, N. C. Best, Jimmy Ray Goldsboro, N. C. Bingham, Carrol Reid Lawndale, N. C. Bishop, Reginald Hodges, Jr. Belhaven, N. C. Bissette, William Arthur Goldsboro, N. C. Bittinger, Charles Lewis Mooresville, N. C. Bivins, Luther Edgar Washington, D. C. Bizzell, William Pitt Fayetteville, N. C. Blackman, Thomas Lester Four Oaks, N. C. Blake, Roy Baxter, Jr. Winston-Salem, N. C. Blankenship, Robert Leroy Cherokee, N. C. Blankfard, George Gordon Raleigh, N. C. Blevins, Joe Leonidas Crumpler, N. C. Bobbitt, Henry Dallas, Ill Littleton, N. C. Boggs, Julius Mull Lawndale, N. C. Boles, Billy Joe King, N. C. Bond, Linwood Darden Edenton, N. C. Booker, William Clayton, Jr. Reidsville, N. C. Boone, Carl Harrison .. Elm City, N. C. Boone, Dan H. Rocky Mount, N. C. Bowles, Zane Grey Hiddenite, N. C. Bowling, Arthur Jack Wake Forest, N. C. Boyd, Edgar Laura Pinetown, N. C. Boyd, Richard Melvin Elkin, N. C. Boyles, Jack Beam Lawndale, N. C. [163] Freshman Boys, George Waring Tuxedo, N. C. Brabrand, Andrew Beverly Mascot, Va. Brock, Edward Ray Forest City, N. C. Brady, Causey Julian Ramseur, N. C. Brame, James Arthur Greensboro, N. C. Brandon, William Franklin Yadkinville, N. C. Braswell, Edward Earl Rocky Mount, N. C. Brawley, Joel Vincent, Jr. Mooresville, N. C. Brewer, James Lee, Jr. Greensboro, N. C. Brewer, Stephen David Pittsboro, N. C. Bridgers, Ronald Keith Wilson, N. C. Bridges, Thomas Wayne Waynesville, N. C. Brill, Richard Byron Urbanna, Va. Brooks, Delbert Ray Fayetteville, N. C. Brown, Billy Lee .... Mount Airy, N. C. Brown, James Lyndon Winston-Salem, N. C. Brown, Kenneth Freeman Franklin, N. C. Brown, Larry Austin Palmyra, Pa. Brown, Sam Ray Pilot Mountain, N. C. Brown, Stephen Hunt Goldsboro, N. C. Broyhill, George David Mooresville, N. C. Buchanan, Keith Phil, Jr. Sanford, N. C. Buffaloe, William Bryant Garner, N. C. Bulla, William Darrell, Jr. High Point, N. C. Bullin, Jerry Wayne High Point, N. C. Bunn, David Buster Pikesville, N. C. Burleson, John Earnest Barnesville, N. C. Burns, Robert Randolph Belmont, N. C. Buscio, Joseph Richard Rosehill, N. C. Butzbach, Joseph John Winston-Salem, N. C. Buynitzky, Richard Stephen Washington, D. C. Byrd, Samuel Ellis Ramseur, N. C. Caddell, B. Larry Charlotte, N. C. Caison, Cecil Grant Mebane, N. C. Caldwell, Shakespeare Harris, Jr. Roanoke Rapids, N. C. Calloway, Coy Roger Cycle, N. C. Cameron, Leon Edward Cameron, N. C. Cameron, Robert Bruce Sanford, N. C. Campbell, James Robert Hickory, N. C. Cannady, William Hockaday, Jr. Kittrell, N. C. Cantrell, Harley Furman Hendersonville, N. C. Capps, William Edward Balfour, N. C. Carlton, John Phillips Pinetops, N. C. Carriker, Terry Wayne Winston-Salem, N. C. Carruthers, Woodrow Wilson, Jr Greensboro, N. C. Carson, Edward Raleigh, N. C. Cashatt, Everett Dalrymple Spray, N. C. Cashion, Phillip Doyle Mooresville, N. C. Cates, Charles Hugh, Jr. Henderson, N. C. Cathey, Thomas Robert Havelock, N. C. Caudle, Johnny Allen Lenoir, N. C. Ceren, Victor Far Rockaway, N. Y. Champion, Roy Lunsford Wilson, N. C. Charles, Ernest George Raleigh, N. C. Chaudary, Ali Asghar Lyallpur, West Pakistan Cheek, Walter David Burlington, N. C. Clark, Jack Adams Sanford, N. C. Clark, Robert Carroll Asheville, N. C. Clement, Richard Noel Lenoir, N. C. Cline, Jess Donald Statesville, N. C. Cloer, Ervin Sims Morganton, N. C. Clontz, William Ronald Taylorsville, N. C. Coats, George Herman, Ill Clayton, N. C. Cobb, Melvin Rudolph, Jr. Merry Hill, N. C. Cobb, Roy Vernon Windsor, N. C. Coburn, Richard Ray Roanoke Rapids, N. C. Cochrane, Norman Thomas Charlotte, N. C. Coffin, John Donald Haw River, N. C. Cole, Robert Leon Middletown, Ohio Collins, Bobby Carlton Whiteville, N. C. Conley, Donald Edgar Greenville, N. C. Conley, William Ray Marion, N. C. Conrad, Richard Dale Charlotte, N. C. Cooke, Lawrence James, Jr. ....Elizabethtown, N. C. Cooke, Roger Phillip Mount Airy, N. C. Coram, Jeray Gorrell Eastbend, N. C. Coston, Benjamin Maynard Hubert, N. C. [164] Class Coutouzis, William Emmanuel Fayetteville, N. C. Coward, William Reginald Liberty, N. C. Cox, Lawrence Hobert Asheboro, N. C. Cox, William Frederic Grifton, N. C. Cozart, Ernest Bernard Rowland, N. C. Craddock, Dean Price Raleigh, N. C. Crawley, James Rodwell Jacksonville, Fla. Creech, Joseph Odell Garner, N. C. Criner, Larry Sanford Winston-Salem, N. C. Crockett, Manuel Houston, Jr. Raleigh, N. C. Crockford, William Morrison Charlotte, N. C. Cronin, Raymond Joseph Charlotte, N. C. Croom, Bobby Harold Zebulon, N. C. Crosby, Roddie Lee Raleigh, N. C. Cross, Frank Tucker Sunbury, N. C. Crouch, Olin Kent Winston-Salem, N. C. Crowder, Julius Phillip Concord, N. C. Culberson, Samuel Franklin Siler City, N. C. Culbreth, John Kenneth Woodruff, S. C. Culbreth, William K., Jr. .... Lumberton, N. C. Culler, Josie Ellen Zionville, N. C. Cullom, Finn Bowen Wilson, N. C. Cullom, Fredrick Autry Roanoke Rapids, N. C. Culp, James Edward, Jr. Charlotte, N. C. Curlee, Bruce Alfred Albemarle, N. C. Curlee, Earnest Jones Matthews, N. C. Daniel, Robert Earl Raleigh, N. C. Daniels, Charles Edgar Raleigh, N. C. Daniels, Phillip William Kinston, N. C. Daughtridge, George Edward ... Rocky Mount, N. C. Daughtry, Dallie Preston Faison, N. C. Daughtry, Jimmie Solomon Smithfield, N. C. Davenport, Cedric Miller, Jr. Roper, N. C. Davenport, Charles Norman Creswell, N. C. Davidson, Elmer Hayes Tyner, N. C. Davis, Franklin Waddill Franklin, Va. Davis, John Ray Vass, N. C. Davis, Max Ray Forest City, N. C. Davis, Robert Alvin Wilson, N. C. Davis, Robert Lee Salisbury, N. C. Davis, Roger Lumberton, N. C. Davis, Thomas Barry Charlotte, N. C. Davis, William Edgar, Ill Arlington, Va. Davis, William Edwin Seven Springs, N. C. Dawkins, Donald Martin Rockingham, N. C. Deal, James F., Ill Landis, N. C. Dean, William Rix Louisburg, N. C. DeBruhl, Joseph Martin Goldsboro, N. C. Deitz, Allan Clifford Winston-Salem, N. C. Deitz, Paul Lewis Hickory, N. C. Derrick, William Edwin Charlotte, N. C. Dills, Kenneth Marion Franklin, N. C. Dixon, Adrian Carroll, Jr. Elm City, N. C. Dixon, Ernest L. Jamestown, N. C. Dodson, Guy McPherson, Jr. . New Bern, N. C. Downs, Richard Stanley Winston-Salem, N. C. Drake, Everett Coleman Baldwin, N. Y. Drake, William Carl Hendersonville, N. C. Draughon, Harold McDonald Zebulon, N. C. Draughn, Robert Andrew Wilson, N. C. Drum, Ted Clement, Jr. Hickory, N. C. Dulin, John Walter Rockingham, N. C. Duncan, Cecil Lloyd Chapel Hill, N. C. Duncan, Frank Patrick Siler City, N. C. Duncan, Michael Clayborn Siler City, N. C. Eason, George Alben Macclesfield, N. C. Eason, Grover Gaston Gatesville, N. C. Eckard, Seth Lyman Alamance, N. C. Edmund, Joe Weldon, Jr. Chadbourn, N. C. Edmundson, James Carroll Pikeville, N. C. Edwards, Harold Lloyd Greenville, N. C. Edwards, James Harrison Greensboro, N. C. Edwards, John Philip Pinetops, N. C. Edwards, Noel Lawrence Marble, N. C. Edwards, Ralph Goldson, Jr. Salisbury, N. C. Edwards, Talmadge Hight Franklinton, N. C. Edwards, William Sandford Middlesex, N. C. [165] Freshman Efird, Lane Jefferson, Charlotte, N. C. Ellington, Troy Dean Concord, N. C. Elliott, David Bruce Forest City, N. C. Ellis, Daniel Maxnand Mount Airy, N. C. Ellis, Philip Randall Clarkton, N. C. Estep, Philip Michael Plymouth, N. C. Etchison, John Walter Mocksville, N. C. Evans, Roland Benjamin Cary, N. C. Evans, William Edward Kinston, N. C. Farmer, Berkwood Malcolm Ringgold, Va. Farrell, Robert Smith Graham, N. C. Faw, Homer Jackson, Jr. Conover, N. C. Felton, Turner Ellis Macclesfield, N. C. Ferguson, Bernard Woody Clyde, N. C. Ferguson, James Franklin Gastonia, N. C. Ferguson, James Mark Clyde, N. C. Ferguson, Lenard Neal Charlotte, N. C. Ferrell, James Miller Graham, N. C. Fields, Julian William La Grange, N. C. Fields, Parks Cadman Pleasant Garden, N. C. Finger, Howard Linn Maiden, N. C. Finley, Robert Bland Cramerton, N. C. Fish, Joseph Raymond Charlotte, N. C. Fish, Lydia Mary Avondale Estate, Ga. Fisher, Henry Lee, Jr. Mt. Pleasant, N. C. Fisher, James Crowell, Jr. Mt. Pleasant, N. C. Fluck, Richard Conrad Salisbury, N. C. Fogleman, Maxwell Brooks Charlottesville, Va. Foster, Fred Daniel Henderson, N. C. Foster, Richard Aubrey Fieldale, Va. Fox, Jerry Hassell Roxboro, N. C. Frazier, Leon Parks Statesville, N. C. Freeze, Samuel Kern China Grove, N. C. French, Gaylord Howard, Jr. Draper, N. C. Fritts, Harry Raymond Thomasville, N. C. Frost, Roger Wendell Greensboro, N. C. Fry, Edmund Franklin Winston-Salem, N. C. Fuller, Allen J. Liberty, N. C. Fuller, Sherwood Thomas Henderson, N. C. Fulp, William W., Jr. Winston-Salem, N. C. Ful ton, John David Norton, Va. Futrell, James Clyde Cary, N. C. Gaddy, Delma Ray High Point, N. C. Garcia, Carlos S. Holguin-Ote, Cuba Gardner, Ben Alton, Jr. Ayden, N. C. Gardner, Donald Julius Dunn, N. C. Gardner, Edward Carlton Roanoke Rapids, N. C. Garrett, James Thomas Liberty, N. C. Gay, Charles Houston Charlotte, N. C. Gaylord, Billy Frank Roper, N. C. Gentry, Charles O ' Briant Ca-Vel, N. C. Gentry, John Maury Roxboro, N. C. Gibbs, Clarence Lee Manns Harbor, N. C. Gilbert, Harold Randolph Tarboro, N. C. Giles, Harrison Alexander, Jr. ...Roanoke Rapids, N. C. Givetz, Stanley Spencer Winston-Salem, N. C. Godfrey, Homer Jerry Charlotte, N. C. Good, Larry Buford Mount Airy, N. C. Gooden, James Hayes Elizabethtown, N. C. Goodin, Thomas Haywood, Jr. Statesville, N. C. Goodman, John Michael Raleigh, N. C. Goodson, Robert Lee Candler, N. C. Goodwin, Charles Buddy High Point, N. C. Goodwin, Thomas Jerry Durham, N. C. Gray, James William, Jr. Enfield, N. C. Greene, John Keith Raleigh, N. C. Gregson, John Dwight, Jr. Liberty, N. C. Griffis, Richard Haywood Raleigh, N. C. Guffey, William Robert Greensboro, N. C. Gurley, Nestus Hannibal, Jr. Greensboro, N. C. Hales, Edmond Eugene Goldsboro, N. C. Hall, Charles Roy Marion, N. C. Hallman, George Wayne Charlotte, N. C. Hammett, Howard Powell, Jr. Concord, N. C. Hammond, William Henry, Jr. Trenton, N. C. Hamrick, Max Ray Spindale, N. C. Hanford, Ransom Billy Henderson, N. C. [166] Class Hanford, Rayvine Henderson, N. C. Hardy, Wilbur Eugene Dobson, N. C. Haritos, Tasso Hackensack, N. J. Harper, Vernon Mitchell Albertson, N. C. Harrington, Charles Hal St Pauls, N. C. Harris, George Alonza, Jr. Williamston, N. C. Harris, Jerry Sanders Washington, N. C. Hartzoge, George William Hickory, N. C. Harwell, Boyce Wayne Newton, N. C. Hauser, John Reid Advance, N. C. Hay, Thomas Robert Andrews, N. C. Head, Max Alexander Matthews, N. C. Heafner, John Franklin Cherryville, N. C. Hedgecock, Richard Lee Asheboro, N. C. Hedrick, Dale Bryce Lexington, N. C. Heffner, Phillip Arnold Maiden, N. C. Henderson, Barry Colburn Hickory, N. C. Henderson, Leon, Jr. Washington, D. C. Henley, Herbert Carlisle, Jr. Hill, N. C. Herrin, Albert Franklin, Jr. Charlotte, N. C. Hewett, James Daniel Shallotte, N. C. Hewitt, Thomas Lee Newton, N. C. Hicks, Lewis Patterson Wise, N. C. Hicks, Montague Hoskins, Jr. Raleigh, N. C. Higdon, Thomas Nathaniel Franklin, N. C. Hill, Al Fallon Roxboro, N. C. Hill, Herbert Fulton, Jr. Winston-Salem, N. C. Hill, Jerrold Watt High Point, N. C. Hill, Leslie Elmore Elm City, N. C. Hines, Freddie Lester Garner, N. C. Hinson, Edwards Reid Charlotte, N. C. Hinson, Jack Dempsey Bluff, N. C. Hogan, Harvey Theodore, Jr. Graham, N. C. Holder, David Arthur Raleigh, N. C. Holleman, Dallas Robert Greensboro, N. C. Holliday, Deryl Burdon Southern Pines, N. C. Holmes, Irwin Richard, Jr, Durham, N. C. Holmes, Roy Elwood, Jr. Charlotte, N. C. Holmes, Walter VanBuren Durham, N. C. Holton, Quinton, II Louisburg, N. C. Hopkins, Freddie Eugene Draper, N. C. Hord, Horace Blainey Raleigh, N. C. Horton, Alvin Horace, Ill Hamlet, N. C. Horton, Carl Wesley Kinston, N. C. Houser, James Michael Kings Mountain, N. C. Howard, Adrian Leo Richmond, Va. Howard, Kenneth Jackson High Point, N. C. Howell, Ralph G. Winston-Salem, N. C. Howell, Robert Smith Robbinsville, N. C. Hoyle, David Leonidas Henderson, N. C. Hudgins, Hugh Douglas Fayetteville, N. C. Hudson, Ned Yadkin Concord, N. C. Huffman, Daniel Russell Catawba, N. C. Huffman, John Wesley Denton, N. C. Huggins, Edward Wayne Council, N. C. Hughes, Ernest Wilson New Bern, N. C. Hughes, Phillip Leroy Oxford, N. C. Hunt, Robert Hughes Newton, N. C. Hutchens, Charles Eugene Sanford, N. C. Hutchins, Roy Austin Gastonia, N. C. Ingold, Charles Richmond Winston-Salem, N. C. Isley, Larry Monroe Snow Camp, N. C. Israel, William Landon, Jr. Wilson, N. C. Jackson, Curtis Riley Gastonia, N. C. Jackson, George Grady, Jr. Elm City, N. C. James, Ralph Ellis, Jr. Asheville, N. C. James, William Carroll Graham, N. C. Jernigan, Jackie Estridge Georgetown, S. C. Johns, John Carroll Richmond, Va. Johnson, D. Heber, Jr. Benson, N. C. Johnson, Dan Cary Rocky Mount, N. C. Johnson, James Hubert . Wilkesboro, N. C. Johnson, Keith Edwin Boonville, N. C Jones, Clemoth Earl Pantego, N. C. Jones, Jimmy Edward Creston, N. C. Jones, John Carson Walstonburg, N. C Jones, Joseph Siceloff Newton, N. C [167] Freshman Jones, Kenneth Wesley Pink Hill, N. C. Jones, W. Henry Belmont, N. C. Joyner, Sanford Clyde Knightdale, N. C. Joyner, Thomas Frederick Windsor, N. C. Kahl, William Bailey Reisterstown, Md. Keaton, Phil Newman Winston-Salem, N. C. Keever, Robert Cebe Raleigh, N. C. Kelly, James Edward, Jr. Mocksville, N. C. Kelly, Virgil Leonidas Baileysville, W. Va. Kennedy, Melvin Clyde Asheboro, N. C. Kepley, Alexander Jackson Lexington, N. C. Kerns, Forrest Drum Charlotte, N. C. Kiger, Bobby Gray Walkertown, N. C. Killian, Johnny Hulan Maggie, N. C. Kimrey, Rives Brinn, Jr. Sanford, N. C. Kinlaw, James Michael Lumberton, N. C. Kirk, William Franklin East Bend, N. C. Kirkley, John Marshall Charlotte, N. C. Kirkpatrick, Thomas Wilson Clyde, N. C. Kiser, Albert Rufus, Jr. Winston-Salem, N. C. Kittrell, Benjamin Upchurch Kittrell, N. C. Klutz, Johnny Sullivan Hickory, N. C. Klutz, Larry Elmo Boone, N. C. Knox, Hayden Edward Davidson, N. C. Knox, Richard Douglas Greensboro, N. C. Kolodij, Roman Newberry, S. C. Konkle, Theodore Phieas High Point, N. C. Koonce, Lacy Herman, Jr. Raeford, N. C. Koszewski, Stephen S., Jr. Charlotte, N. C. Kratt, Theadore John Matthews, N. C. Krimminger, Thomas Wayne Mt. Pleasant, N. C. LaMar, James B., Jr. Leaksville, N. C. Lancaster, Daniel Clarry Wilmington, N. C. Landin, Luther Louis Rocky Mount, N. C. Lane, Thomas William Butner, N. C. Langdon, James Hector, Jr. Benson, N. C. Langdon, Lacy Fleming Angier, N. C. Langford, James Henry Woodleaf, N. C. Langley, Thelbert Eugene Clayton, N. C. Langston, Harvey Glenn, Jr. Raleigh, N. C. Lanier, William Richard Sharpsburg, N. C. Lankford, Phillip Gene Kannapolis, N. C. Lasseter, Robert Haygood Miami, Fla. Lavitt, Leonard Emanuel Flushing, N. Y. Law, William Sibley Fayetteville, N. C. Lee, Vincent Charlotte, N. C. Lemons, Benjamin Elias Winston-Salem, N. C. Lemons, Richard Kenneth Draper, N. C. Letchworth, Charles Franklin Kinston, N. C. Lewis, James Albert, Jr. Dunn, N. C. Lewis, Robert Hunter Plainfield, N. J. Lilley, James Harvey Gatesville, N. C. Little, Beverly Grace Jefferson, N. C. Livengood, Charles Sidney Salisbury, N. C. Locke, John Joel Enfield, N. C. Long, Harold Johnson Yadkinville, N. C. Long, Zebulon Vance Chattanooga, Tenn. Lucas, J. Harvey Plymouth, N. C. Luczycki, Stanley Stephen Great Bend, N. Y. Luther, Robert Willard, Jr. .... Elizabeth City, N. C. Lutz, Everett Jacob Lawndale, N. C. Lyon, Thomas Henry Durham, N. C. McBrayer, Robert Douglas Forest City, N. C. McClure, Harold Monroe Franklin, N. C. McDaniel, James Winfred McLeansville, N. C. McDonald, Christopher Richard West End, N. C. McElroy, Clinton Eugene Graham, N. C. McGee, David Franklin Ferguson, N. C. McKay, Jeffrey Jennings Old Westbury, N. Y. McLamb, Donald A. Four Oaks, N. C. McLamb, Thomas Warren Dunn, N. C. McLester, James Robert Lumberton, N. C. McLean, Dick Hite Orlando, Fla. McLelland, Philip Roger Raleigh, N. C. McLeod, Ingram Blair, Jr. Winston-Salem, N. C. McMinn, James Wilburn Asheville, N. C. McNeely, Ralph Donald Drexel, N. C. [168] Class McNeill, John Hugh Red Springs, N. C. McPherson, Thomas Michael Durham, N. C. McPherson, Victor Winn High Point, N. C. MacCallum, Malcolm David, Jr. ..Southern Pines, N. C. Mallard, Wayne Anthony, Jr. .... Trenton, N. C. Mancini, Gerald Daniel McKees Rocks, Penn. Mandakis, Basile James Winston-Salem, N. C. Marley, William Howard Southern Pines, N. C. Martin, Robert Eugene Hildebran, N. C. Martin, Roy Hoyt, Jr. Hendersonville, N. C. Martin, Sammie Lester Statesville, N. C. Masten, Walter Gerald Winston-Salem, N. C. Matthews, Albert Branson Wade, N. C. Matthews, Robert Francis Raleigh, N. C. Matthews, Vassar Cameron .... Thomasville, N. C. Mauldin, Hugh Edgar, Jr. Salisbury, N. C. Mayo, Gilbert Ward Aurora, N. C. Mayse, Bobby Franklin Spindale, N. C. Meadows, William S. Statesville, N. C. Medlin, Charles Howard Charlotte, N. C. Meeks, Fredrick Tibett Wadesboro, N. C. Meeks, Olin Jackson Leaksville, N. C. Menscer, Darrell Vance Statesville, N. C. Merricks, James Allen Reidsville, N. C. Mettrey, William W., Jr. Raleigh, N. C. Michaels, James William Durham, N. C. Miller, Charles Herbert Raleigh, N. C. Miller, John Aubrey Statesville, N. C. Miller, William Spencer, Ill Clemmons, N. C. Mims, Charles Herbert Raleigh, N. C. Mitchiner, Robert Kenneth, Jr. Garner, N. C. Mize, William Randolph Durham, N. C. Moody, Paul Stewart Harriman, Tenn. Moore, Charles Willard Raleigh, N. C. Moore, Crawford Bowman Franklin, N. C. Moore, Harry David, Jr. Concord, N. C. Moore, James Godwin Rocky Mount, N. C. Moore, James Reid Catawba, N. C. Moore, Lanny Ravarn Greensboro, N. C. Moore, Paul Merritt Southport, N. C. Moore, Robert Burton, Jr. Summerfield, N. C. Moore, Sidney Clyburn, Jr. Durham, N. C. Moore, William Davis Hillsboro, N. C. Morgan, James P. Henderson, N. C. Morgan, Raymond William Salisbury, N. C. Morrison, William Ogburn, Jr. Burlington, N. C. Moser, James Norman Rockwell, N. C. Moser, James Robert Greensboro, N. C. Mosley, Bobby Earl Butner, N. C. Moss, Donald Luther Hickory, N. C. Mozingo, Wilbur Earl, Jr. Kinston, N. C. Mudge, Harley L., Jr. Raleigh, N. C. Mueller, Otto William Burlington, N. C. Murdaugh, William Henry, Jr. Southport, N. C. Murphy, James David Leaksville, N. C. Murphy, Wendell Holmes Rose Hill, N. C. Mutton, James Orval Asheville, N. C. Myers, Robert Hill Pigma, Ohio Nance, Michael Anthony Cerro Gordo, N. C. Nance, Robert Neely, Jr. Winston-Salem, N. C. Narron, Billy Franklin Kenly, N. C. Nash, John Lee Salisbury, N. C. Naylor, Jackie Dixon Clinton, N. C. Neal, Cecil Leon, Jr. Caroleen, N. C. Neal, James Lewis Providence, N. C. Nelson, Earl June Topton, N. C. Nelson, Ralph Melvin, Jr. Asheville, N. C. Nelson, Samuel Leo Greensboro, N. C. Newton, Ernest Elvin Watha, N. C. Nichols, Ronald Allen Raleigh, N. C. Nivison, Arthur Edward Raleigh, N. C. Noble, Chappell Nesbitt Fairview, N. C. Norman, Henry Carson Robersonville, N. C. O ' Briant, James Leonard, Jr. Durham, N. C. Ogburn, Thomas Leighton, Jr. Greensboro, N. C. Oggerino, James Peter Squantum, Mass. Olson, Robert Linwood Charlotte, N. C. [169] O ' Quinn, George Donald Mamers, N. C. O ' Quinn, William Lewis Lumberton, N. C. Ormsby, Leeman Eldridge, Jr. Hamlet, N. C. Overcash, Arbon Wayne Salisbury, N. C. Overton, Carroll Thornton, Jr. Salisbury, N. C. Owen, George Norman, Jr. Aruba, N. W. I. Page, Allen Royle Elm City, N. C. Page, Harry Durwood Wallace, N. C. Page, Morris Norman Raleigh, N. C. Page, William Winship Henderson, N. C. Parrish, George Cooper Louisburg, N. C. Parsons, James Clifton Havelock, N. C. Patterson, Glenn Wayne China Grove, N. C. Patterson, Leon Fleming Winston-Salem, N. C. Patterson, Robert Wayne Drakes Branch, Va. Pearman, Thomas Harold Summerfield, N. C. Pennell, Roland Jerry Warwick, Va. Perry, Winston Craig, Jr. Scotland Neck, N. C. Peterson, Paul David Leaksville, N. C. Phillips, James Arthur Spruce Pine, N. C. Pierce, Ronald Delano High Point, N. C. Pilch, Robert Martindale Basking Ridge, N. J. Pittman, Arnold Sherwood ..... Selma, N. C. Pittman, Rodney Lee Rocky Mount, N. C. Plemmons, Tommy Ray Asheville, N. C. Poe, Richard Van Siler City, N. C. Poindexter, Vernan Clayton . ..Winston-Salem, N. C. Poinsett, Ronald Wilson, Jr. Trenton, N. J. Pope, Ray Edward Hickory, N. C. Pope, Robert Harris, Jr. Cedar Grove, N. C. Porth, William Robert Winston-Salem, N. C. Powell, Joseph Adrian Spring Hope, N. C. Presley, David Marion Asheville, N. C. Price, Ronald Nolan Elizabeth City, N. C. Prim, James William, Ill Southern Pines, N. C. Prince, Billy Adams Durham, N. C. Pritchard, Dillard McKinley Lenoir, N. C. Proctor, Robert Pittman Walstonburg, N. C. Propst, Harry Lee China Grove, N. C. Pruitt, Franklin Reid Ruffin, N. C. Pruitt, Howard Leo, Jr. Mount Airy, N. C. Quessenberry, Frank Peery Raleigh, N. C. Quick, Lee Tanya Wilson, N. C. Quillen, Laurin Elbert Matthews, N. C. Quin, D. C. Beulaville, N. C. Rabb, Nelson Eddy Gastonia, N. C. Rand, Bobby Joe Winston-Salem, N. C. Rankin, William Nevyn Winston-Salem, N. C. Ratcliff, Richard Lee Winston-Salem, N. C. Redden, Forrest Richard, Jr. Clemmons, N. C. Redmond, James Michael Ridgewood, N. J. Redwine, David Ruffin Lexington, N. C. Reeves, Carl Arthur, Jr. Marshall, N. C. Reich, Donald Gray Burlington, N. C. Rendle, Richard Thomas West Caldwell, N. J. Reusing, Rolfe Asheville, N. C. Rich, Carl Vann Castalia, N. C. Riddick, Joe Lanier, Jr. Scotland Neck, N. C. Ridout, Clarence Benjamin Raleigh, N. C. Riddle, Earle Edward, Jr. Lexington, N. C. Ritter, Harold Dean Robbins, N. C. Roane, Lawrence Hunter, Jr. ...Winston-Salem, N. C. Robarge, Ronald William Winston-Salem, N. C. Robertson, Paul Walter, Jr. Lincolnton, N. C. Robinson, Henry Burton, Jr. Raleigh, N. C. Robinson, Joseph Talmadge Gastonia, N. C. Rocco, Richard East Northport, N. Y. Rochelle, Neil Edward Durham, N. C. Rose, Herbert Charles, Jr. Lumberton, N. C. Rose, John Edwin, Jr. Charlotte, N. C. Roseman, Clarence Edgar, Jr. Hickory, N. C. Ross, John Riley, Jr. New Bern, N. C. Ross, Owen Boyd Charlotte, N. C. Rountree, James Oliver Ahoskie, N. C. Rowell, Ford Clarence Rocky Mount, N. C. Rowley, Lee Raymond Craton-on-Hudson, N. Y. Rudisill, Edwin Murray, Jr. Gastonia, N. C. [170] Class Rule, Eugene Hansford Raleigh, N. C. Russ, Clarence Michael Shallotte, N. C. Sabiston, Larry Thomas Jacksonville, N. C. Sandler, Eugene Edward, Jr. Engelhard, N. C. Samuels, James Donald High Point, N. C. Sanderson, Durwood Allen Morehead City, N. C. Sansbury, Austin Baxter, Jr. Lumberton, N. C. Sauls, James, Jr. Warsaw, N. C. Saunders, James Calvin Rockingham, N. C. Sawyer, Jerry Albert New Bern, N. C. Schoonmaker, Donald Owen Huntington, N. Y. Schultz, Gary Charles Dayton, Ohio Scott, Augustus Donald Currie, N. C. Scott, Jesse Hobson, Jr. Franklin, Va. Scott, Leo Rhem New Bern, N. C. Seago, James Malachi, Jr. Raleigh, N. C. Seagraves, Harold O ' Neil Concord, N. C. Sears, James M. Varina, N. C. Seay, Faset Joaquin Bryson City, N. C. Sechler, William Ralph, Jr. Newton, N. C. Selden, Charles Wallace, Ill Richmond, Va. Sevier, James Monty Asheville, N. C. Shearin, Edwin Arthur Windsor, Conn. Shearon, Hubert Raines, Jr. Varina, N. C. Shepherd, William Ford Lansing, N. C. Shi, Samuel Robert, Ill Gastonia, N. C. Shillinglaw, Robert Tracy Candler, N. C. Shook, James Gill North Wilkesboro, N. C. Sideris, George Nicholas Greenville, N. C. Siewert, Charles Edward Richmond, Va. Simmons, Eugene Murray, Jr. Enfield, N. C. Simmons, Glenn Columbia, N. C. Simpson, James Dudley, Ill Raleigh, N. C. Sitterson, Janette Louise Garner, N. C. Sitton, Harry Arnold Asheville, N. C. Slaughter, Wilson Allen, Jr. Blanch, N. C. Sloop, Craven Monroe, Jr. Charlotte, N. C. Smith, Charles Morefield Rutherfordton, N. C. Smith, Duncan Stewart Maxton, N. C. Smith, Harry Rankin Greensboro, N. C. Smith, Howard Wade High Point, N. C. Smith, Jerry Alan Lenoir, N. C. Smith, John William Fountain, N. C. Smith, Larry Baxter Marshville, N. C. Smith, Richard Francis Roanoke Rapids, N. C. Smith, Robert Frederick Fayetteville, N. C. Smith, T. Edwin, Jr. Sanford, N. C. Smith, William Clay Spindale, N. C. Snyder, Glenn Hinson Charlotte, N. C. Sorrell, F. Yates Wadesboro, N. C. Sowers, John Alan Lexington, N. C. Speaks, Charles Connelly Winston-Salem, N. C. Speight, Edwin Parker Sunbury, N. C. Spence, James Thomas, II Pink Hill, N. C. Spencer, Roger Allen Swan Quarter, N. C. Spivey, Christopher Bennett Wilmington, N. C. Spivey, Ronald Chris Chadbourn, N. C. Stadler, Thomas Richard .... Elon College, N. C. Stainback, William Carey Youngsville, N. C. Stallings, David Warren Thomasville, N. C. Stancil, James Ar mistice Hoffman, N. C. Stanford, Cary Lloyd Sylva, N. C. Stanley, William Franklin, Jr. Kinston, N. C. Steed, Joe David, Jr. Candor, N. C. Steele, Garland Florance Gibsonville, N. C. Steinback, Roger Kent Franklin, Va. Stephens, Gerald Clyde Liberty, N. C. Stephenson, James Caldonian Raleigh, N. C. Steppe, Kenneth Edward Lynchburg, Va. Stevens, Larry Winston-Salem, N. C. Stevens, Thomas Byron, Jr. Erwin, N. C. Stewart, Charles Lee Winston-Salem, N. C. Stewart, James Eugene Clemmons, N. C. Stitzel, John Thomas Havelock, N. C. Strader, Emerson Reid Ruffin, N. C. Stroup, Daniel Bruce Waco, N. C. Stroupe, Michael Albert Bessemer City, N. C. [171] Freshman Sugg, Benjamin Montague, Jr. Kinston, N. C. Sullivan, Gene Autry Selma, N. C. Sumner, Paul Jerry Randleman, N. C. Sutton, Albert Clinton Asheville, N. C. Sutton, Hubbard Morris Newton Grove, N. C. Swain, Alfred Eugene Winston-Salem, N. C. Swicegood, James T. Lexington, N. C. Sylivant, Charles Larry Stedman, N. C. Talamas, Alfonso Talamas Coahuila, Mexico Talbott, Graham Merriett Wallace, N. C. Tanner, Charles Allen, III Piney River, Va. Tate, Charles Windsor Fayetteville, N. C. Taylor, George Carlyle Oscar Rocky Mount, N. C. Taylor, James Lee Candler, N. C. Taylor, Larry Joe Denton, N. C. Taylor, Walter Glenn Lenoir, N. C. Taylor, William N. Pikeville, N. C. Teague, Bobby Wilson Franklin, N. C. Tharrington, Elbert Daniel Rocky Mount, N. C. Thomas, David Walter, Jr. Asheville, N. C. Thomas, Grady Eugene Landis, N. C. Thomas, Jimmie Boyden . .. Salisbury, N. C. Thomas, Johnie Darrell Sanford, N. C. Thomas, William Covington Rockingham, N. C. Thompson, Dewey Wayne Rockingham, N. C. Threatt, Philip Hope Rocky Mount, N. C. Tickle, Donald Reed Mebane, N. C. Tokarz, Paul Anthony Cooleemee, N. C. Tolar, John Woods Cedar Grove, N. C. Tolen, Robert Curtis Asheboro, N. C. Tripp, Malton Ruffin Shallotte, N. C. Trivett, William Walter Vilas, N. C. Troutman, John William Statesville, N. C. Truckner, Alton Hayes Durham, N. C. Tsumas, Paul William Statesville, N. C. Tucker, Alvin Howard Hickory, N. C. Turner, Charles David Fayetteville, N. C. Turner, Jack Boyd Old Fort, N. C. Turner, Wilbur Harrell Elizabeth City, N. C. Tutterow, James Leo Burlington, N. C. Tyson, Robert Lee Raleigh, N. C. Umphlett, Charlie Morgan Hertford, N. C. Underwood, Edgar Myron, III Sanford, N. C. Ussery, Robert Lloyd Rockingham, N. C. Vail, James Thomas Spencer, N. C. Vaughan, Dexter Coleman Hartsville, S. C. Vaughan, Walter Robert, Ill Henderson, N. C. Vaughn, William Douglas Providence, N. C. Von Cannon, Charles Banner Banner Elk, N. C. Waddell, Joe Roger Arden, N. C. Wait, Keppel Duane . Asheville, N. C. Walker, James Franklin Burlington, N. C. Wallace, Thomas Edward Charlotte, N. C. Waller, Donald Richard Pfafftown, N. C. Walsh, Ronald William Joseph Statesville, N. C. Warren, Thomas Grayson Battleboro, N. C. [172] Class Waters, Bobby Wayne . . . Roanoke Rapids, N. C. Waters, Richard Moody Roanoke Rapids, N. C. Waters, Robert Warren Roanoke Rapids, N. C. Waters, Wilbert Jackson Pinetown, N. C. Watson, Harry Lee Whiteville, N. C. Watson, James Elwyn, Jr. Red Springs, N. C. Watson, Kent Emanuel Rodanthe, N. C. Waynick, Howard Lewis Statesville, N. C. Weant, Marvin Eugene Rockwell, N. C. Weatherly, Robert Neilson Hamlet, N. C. Weaver, Jack Carroll Greensboro, N. C. Weaver, James Paul, Jr. Rocky Mount, N. C. Weaver, Samuel Alvin Raleigh, N. C. Webber, Robert Clinton Olivia, N. C. Webster, John Alvis Graham, N. C. Weeks, Joseph T. Speed, N. C. Welch, John Tunstall, Jr. Oxford, N. C. West, Bruce Lee Mebane, N. C. We st, James Wright Turkey, N. C. Westmoreland, Edwin Alvis Winston-Salem, N. C. White, Gerald Spencer Youngsville, N. C. Whitehead, Charles Edward ... Winston-Salem, N. C. Whitesides, Grier Elliott Lincolnton, N. C. Wilkie, Jack Edward Valdese, N. C. Williams, Robert Christopher Concord, N. C. Williams, Snyder Franklin Rose Hill, N. C. Williamson, John Franklin, Jr. Kannapolis, N. C. Williamson, John Hybert Clarkton, N. C. Wilson, Donald Paul Shelby, N. C. Wilson, Larry Franklin Apex, N. C. Wilson, Roger Vinson .. Stokesdale, N. C. Wilson, Thomas Lee Statesville, N. C. Winters, Robert Ernest, Jr. Morganton, N. C. Witzke, Christian Heinrich, III Wilson, N. C. Wood, Kermit Luther, Jr. Raeford, N. C. Wood, Thomas John Raeford, N. C. Woodard, Robert Earl Princeton, N. C. Woodlief, Clifton Lawrence Kittrell, N. C. Woodruff, Charles Edwin, Jr. Roanoke Rapids, N. C. Woody, Frank S. Leaksville, N. C. Woppman, Richard Alan Charlotte, N. C. Wooten, Joe Franklin Dallas, N. C. Worley, James Arthur, Jr. Whittier, N. C. Wright, Julian Hugh Raeford, N. C. Wright, Owen Davis Henderson, N. C. Yates, David Robert Valle Crucis, N. C. Yoder, Phillip Daniel Newton, N. C. [173] Rudolph Pate Chairman of Publications AGROMECK: Editor Bill Graham Business Manager Richard A. Teague AGRICULTURIST: Editor Roger Post Hill Business Manager Ed Brown DAILY TECHNICIAN: Editor John Y. Lomax DESIGN: Editors Robert P. Burns Irwin Eugene Cox Business Manager Samuel E. Mintz PINETUM: Editor Paul Pickenheim Business Manager Charles D. Webb SOUTHERN ENGINEER: Editor Charles Woodall Business Manager Gerald L. Waitman TECHNICIAN: Editor George T. Lathrop Business Manager John H. Lane, Jr. TEXTILE FORUM: Editor Albert Grunfeld Business Manager Stanley Berman VO-AG: Editor Philip L. Beamon WVWP: Manager Jerry Lee Rasor Business Manager James M. Davis PRESIDENT STUDENT GOVERNMENT: Jim Nolan PRESIDENT SENIOR CLASS: Roger Post Hill PRESIDENT JUNIOR CLASS: George Cochran Student publications have been a vital force in the life of North Carolina State College for many years. Since its formation in 1931, the Board of Student Publications has served as a joint body designed to improve and coordinate the various student publications, now totaling seven and a radio station. The diversity of publications and the varying styles provide an excellent training ground in the field of communications for all students who are intereste d in this work. Carolyn Warlick Lane Secretary Ed Brown Bill Graham Roger Post Hill George T. Lathrop Jim Nolan James M. Davis Albert Grunfeld John H. Lane, Jr. John Lomax Paul Pickenheim Jerry Lee Rasor Richard A. Teague Gerald L. Waitman Charles D. Webb Alex Hall Assistant Business Manager the 1957 Agromeck Richard Teague Business Manager Bill Graham Editor-in-Chief Joel Parker Sports Editor Dick Chalmers Art Editor Chief Photographer Charlie Patterson Fraternity Editor Rudy Johnstone Feature Editor Allen McLaurin Military Editor On our way to Charlotte to hand in the tattered remains of the 1957 Agromeck, Rick and I were talking about the work and laughs the yearbook staff had over the last year ... deadlines that we missed (of which this small article is typical) .. . copy that was lost .. . pics for the Ag Club three times . . . Chalmers gloating over the cover . . . all night sessions in 1911 building .. . long suffering by Heywood and Gordon identifying organizations . . disgruntled dates having to type copy . . . a beaten path by Joel to the News and Observer ... Rudy trying to make out with the sponsors . . . Al getting extra points in at Wing Hq ... Charlie censoring fraternity snapshots ... Joe Hall with ready suggestions . . . Alex getting kicked out of every other store in town ... Stewart thinking seriously about moving into the darkroom. We hope you enjoy your ' 57 Agromeck as much as we did working on it. Stewart Hart Darkroom Manager Parker Peeden Photography Staff [180] Heywood Houtz School Editor Gordon Adams Organizations Editor Don Memory Business Staff Ralph Boswell Business Staff Scoofer Jordan Editorial Staff Don Hagler Photography Staff John Peterson Photography Staff Joe Hall Photography Staff Terry Lathrop Editor The Technician John Lane Business Manager Loyd Kirk David Barnhardt Asst. Business Manager Managing Editor The TECHNICIAN pushed, prodded, goaded and lauded . . . all t o speak for students causes, criticize the bunglers, hurry the slow, laud the leaders. Turning its issue to twice a week for the first time since its in 1920, up-to-date coverage and timely news filled its front page as it covered the Moreland Case, the diploma battle, the toward a better student seating arrangement at athletic events and topics of interest to the student. It struggled along, under-manned, over-worked and unguided ... but it was unhampered . . . and it was one of the few college papers in America today which could boast of no over-the-shoulder faculty prodding and advice. It was a student organ . . . and often an effective one Terry Lathrop ... driving the staff as he did many of the people of the campus ... sarcastic, crude ... suave and sweet ... John Lane ... keeping the paper in the black when it changed its format and its publication at midyear . . . squelching expensive ideas, but always finding the cash when it was needed ... Roy Lathrop, David Barnhardt, Bill Evans, Waring Boys, and George Thompson the scene, slaving over layout ... arguing through IDGAD picking at everybody ... Loyd Kirk . . . helping Lane his in command .. and John Parker and Fred Joseph ... selling the hated but ever needed ads . . . Bill Cochran, Bob Hubbard, Dan Johnson and Darrell Fleming keeping the paper moving, for that is what it is for. Pictures by Cooley, Bellis Hall and Barbot ... what is a paper without a visual record of what the news says? A tough year, but good real progress made and a better paper than at the start. Waring Boys Editorial Staff Bill Evans News Editor Roy Lathrop Feature Editor Spec Hawkins Sports Editor John Lindsey Circulation Manager Vincent Bellis Photography Editor Austin Cooley Photography Editor James Barbot Photographer George Thomason News Staff Derle Hagwood News Staff Clark Carroll News Staff Bill Tripp Sports Staff Circulation Staff Dan Johnson Bill Cochran, Manager Darrell Fleming Bob Hubbard Don Denton Cartoonist Fred Joseph John Parker Advertising Staff Radio Stallion WVWP Jerry Rasor Station Manager Jimmy Davis Business Manager Bill Bradley Program Director Roy Griffin Technical Director Providing thirty hours a week of the best in radio listening for the State College community requires the planning of thousands of words and the selection of of records. But to the staff of WVWP, 6 p.m. five nights a week have become routine, so that State listeners are always assured of finding programs of music designed as a background for the night ' s lessons, as well as the best coverage of national, local and campus news and sports at the 580 spot on their radio dials. Charles Turner Robert Blackwelder The Control Room is the hub of activities at WVWP. It is here that programs in each of the three studios are directed and is the origin of the many programs of recorded music. The Control Room also receives all remote from the College Union, the Coliseum, and Pullen Hall, or from wherever good is to be found before they are broadcast. Paul Stephens Bill Kincheloe Wallace Parker, Rudolph Newman Leonard Lavitt, Kent Watson, H. B. Smith, George Jackson, James Barbot Dan Sullivan, Bill Porth, Tom Brightwell, Dick Downs, John Miller From all over the world news comes to the WVWP newsroom by United Press wire to provide up-to-the-minute coverage of world and local happenings. News of campus events is provided by the WVWP news staff who are always on the lookout for items of to the students of State. WVWP ' s collection of over 5,000 records makes planning of musical programs a task. With all of the latest " hits " to the staff the day they are released, it is no wonder that WVWP is consistently " the first with the best. " Neil Benson, John Sprinkle, Ronald Poinsett, Adrian Perseghin Roger Post Hill Editor Reece Edward Brown Business Manager The Agriculturist The AGRICULTURIST is the official publication of the School of Agriculture and the " Ag " Club. It is published six times a year. This magazine, by printing articles on soils, livestock, and other items that are invaluable to promotes closer cooperation students, faculty, and alumni. The AGRICULTURIST serves as an mode of publicity both within the state and others. Leo Strickland Charles Jackson Richard Yount John Lewis Clair Morris James Brown J. Paul Essex, Jr. Editor Gerald L. Waitman Business Manager The Southern Engi neer STAFF Dick Westmoreland Associate Editor William Littlejohn Associate Editor Robert Todd Circulation Manager Kenneth Elliott Assistant Editor Allan Smith Assistant Editor Alexander Denson Assistant Editor Austin Cooley Photographer Randolph Constantine, Jr. Staff Assistant John Cox Staff Assistant Paul Wright Staff Artist Under the sponsorship of the Engineers ' Council, the SOUTHERN ENGINEER an opportunity to develop favorable student writing technique and to provide information of value to the engineering profession. Published four times each school year during the months of October, December, March, and May by the students in the School of Engineering, the SOUTHERN ENGINEER magazine has, through its policy of keeping the engineering profession informed of the progress made in its field both in the School of Engineering at State College and throughout North Carolina, become one of the leading technical journals in the South. [187] The Golden Chain Senior Honorary Golden Chain, Senior Honorary was organized in May 1926. The purpose of the society is to promote citizenship and leadership on the In May each year, twelve Juniors, considered the outstanding of their class, are added to the by a tapping ceremony. John Lomax Arch Regent Bill Wilkinson Regent Jim Smathers Treasurer Bob Strother Secretary Bob Gunn Jim Nolan Terry Lathrop Charles Law Ed Rose Bert Kalet Baxter Williams Paul Pickenheim Blue Key Ninety-six Colors: Blue and N. C. STATE COLLEGE Installed May 1928 HONORARY Dr. C. H. Bostian T. C. Brown Dr. L. C. Hartley Dr. W. N. Hicks Maj. C. D. Kutschinski E. S. King Col. R. R. Middlebrooks R. Pate J. J. Stewart B. C. Talley L. R. Whichard Dr. E. T. York FACULTY Dr. G. B. James MEMBERS John Arnold Dave Barnhardt Eugene Bostian Paul Braxton Cecil Brooks John Copeland William R. Greene Robert M. Gunn Charles W. Hannah Roger P. Hill Fred I. Joseph Robert Kennel George T. Lathrop John H. Lane, Jr. Charles J. Law, Jr. John W. Lomax Richard E. Moser James M. Nolan Joel Parker James Peden Frank C. Pethel Paul J. Pickenheim Alvin Potts Jerry L. Rasor Fred M. Rawicz E. Edwin Rose James B. Smathers David Weinstein William D. Wilkinson T. Baxter Williams, Jr. Blue Key Honor Fraternity was founded at the University of Florida in October, 1924, to perpetuate the belief in God, to preserve the principles of good citizenship, and to promote the best interest of the students. The fraternity recognizes outstanding qualities in character, scholarship, and service, placing equal emphasis upon leadership in student activities. Membership is composed of graduate and students of all departments of American colleges and universities. Each year Blue Key co-sponsors the Homecoming celebration. Annually the fraternity presents the citizenship award to the Senior who has distinguished himself as the foremost citizen of his class. In addition, Blue Key cooperates with other campus organizations in various activities to perpetrate a more meaningful campus life. Sophomore Society OFFICERS David Weinstein President Bob Lane Vice-President Bob Kennel Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS Jim Peden Jim Davis Bob Lyne Bill Graham Dan Yager Bob Tanen Wiley Ritter B. H. Barnette The order of Thirty and Three is a local honorary organization consisting of thirty-three members, eleven picked at the beginning of the spring semester from the Sophomore Class. The members selected are considered to be the outstanding of the Sophomore Class. S election is the highest honor a can receive at State College. Qualifications for membership include: good character, a high sense of honor, ability for leadership, satisfactory scholastic standing, welfare of school at heart, and other qualities deemed necessary to accomplish the greatest good, as determined by the active membership. The objects of Thirty and Three are: to promote the welfare of State College, raising of school standards, and cooperating with alumni and other friends of the College to work at all times for the interests of the students and the College at large. Phi Eta Sigma Dallas Bruce Cox President Lawrence Harris, Jr. Vice-President James William Hendrix Secretary Richard Boyden Park Treasurer E. L. Cloyd Adviser PHI ETA SIGMA was founded at the University of Illinois, March 1923. The State College Chapter was installed on May 16, 1930. Membership in Phi Eta Sigma is opened to those Freshmen who make the equivalent of half A ' s and half B ' s and is considered the highest scholastic honor a Freshman can attain. Phi Eta Sigma ' s members are active for the latter half of their Freshman year and active during their Sophomore year. They strive to reward and promote an interest in high standards. MEMBERS Abernathy, Timothy Glenn Allen, Thomas Edward Alley, Frank Mallard, Jr. Antoniewicz, Peter Roman Barringer, Eddie Max Beck, Harold Drew Benton, Robert Rutland Bickel, Richard Joseph Bost, James Franklin Burgess, Richard Hunt Byrd, James William Carter, Larry Lee Cell, Howard Robert Church, Jerry Anderson Cilvik, Reggie Morgan Cocke, William Johnston, Ill Constantine, Randolph, Jr. Cox, Dallas Bruce Crump, Gwyn Norman Deely, Brian Mahon, Jr. Donahoe, Ernest Noland, Jr. Duke, Carlton Walter, Jr. Elliot, Kenneth Eugene Evans, William Ernest Flowers, Roger Marcus Gatewood, Henry Horace George, Critz Horton Gibbon, Edward Lee Gotuaco, Charles Greene, Donald Neale Griffin, Daniel Martin Griffith, Dewey Maurice Hammer, Charles Wayne Harris, Lawrence, Jr. Harper, Willis Harold Hendrix, James William Hill, Horace Leon Holmes, Stacy Morgan Inscoe, Joseph William, Jr. James, William Thomas, Jr. Jenkins, Charles Aubrey Johnson, William Hal Jordan, Russell Edward, Jr. Kay, William Byrd, Jr. Kendrick, Edward Dickson, Jr. Kerr, Larry Stevenson Kimrey, Joel Otto Kirk, William Henry Laughton, William Jeral, Jr. Lineberry, Edgar Columbus, Jr. Manley, Fre d William Moncada, Francis Johann Meeks, Crawford Russell, Jr. Moreadith, Frederick Lane Morgan, Ray Edward Neels, Howard Edward Nix, John Wesley Nohl, Peter Friedrich Park, Richard Boyden Phillips, Robert Lincoln, Jr. Poteat, Jimmy Langston Purvis, Albert Columbus Redwine, Richard Horace Rogers, Bobby Wayne Roten, Dane Sain, William Carlos Salter, Luther Carlton, Jr. Scarborough, Paul Eugene, Jr. Schofield, James Ray Schul, William Andrew, Jr. Sideris, John Nicholas Sprinkle, John Alexander, Jr. Teasley, Ralph Currin Thomas, James Elvey, Jr. Thornburg, Clarence Otto, Jr. Westbrook, William Latimer, III Whitman, Richard Norwood Willard, Marion Wesley Womack, Robert Reid Wyke, Thomas Fulton [191] Phi Kappa Phi OFFICERS R. C. Bullock President I. D. Jones President-Elect W. E. Colwell Past President George B. Cline, Jr. Vice-President E. J. Brown Treasurer N. T. Coleman Secretary MEMBERS Abbott, Omega Clark Alexander, W. C. Barker, K. R. Beam, R. M. Belote, J. C. Bennett, R. M. Billingsley, W. E. Bizzell, James Solomon Brooks, Ronny Leonard Bullard, A. G. Carter, G. E. Casey, Gary Jackson Caudill, Charles Edward Cooke, R. R. Cress, Lewis Walker Daoud, Hanna Nouri Davis, Thomas Safrit DeHertogh, August Albert Edwards, Robt. L. Epps, H. E. Farthing, W. H. Feimster, W. J. Freeman, J. L. Funderberg, J. B. Greene, William Richard Grover, Elliott Brewer Harris, E. F., Jr. Hostetler, D. R. Johnson, william Wm. Hugh Kersey, David Harris Krusberg, L. R. Lanier, K. C. Lathrop, George Terrell Lawing, William Dennis, Jr. Lawrence, Robert Lee Lawson, Edward Joseph, Jr. Leggett, A. G. McGeiver, S. F. Martin, C. F. Myrick, Jimmie Dean Nuckolls, E. W. Poole, Ernest Tilghman Pritchard, J. C. Pruna, Philip Roland Radford, John Marion Ratcliff, M. Rawicz, F. M. Roberson, George William Roberts, Albert Sydney Roberts, Gratz Linwood, Jr. Saffer, H. W. Sanderson, Hugh Milton Sarvella, Patricia Anne Seiwers, R. D. Singletary, June, Jr. Smith, Edwin Blean Sternberg, E. M. Stevens, R. H. Stone, Paul Samuel Strider, D. L. Van Landingham, H. F. Wallace, J. R. Welfare, Fred Griffith White, Pritchard Hunter Wilkinson, W. D. Williams, Tully Baxter Wylie, Gayle Madison Zachary, Woodford Williams [192] Don Cox President Mr. Stanley Ballenger Adviser Howard Cell Secretary Mr. Tom Walsh Adviser Jack Steele Sgt.-at-Arms Jim Roper Historian Alpha Phi Omega The Alpha Phi Omega fraternity is a national honorary scouting fraternity to service. The Iota Lambda Chapter here at N. C. State College was chartered in 1949. The purpose of Alpha Phi Omega is " to assemble college men in the of the Scout Oath and Law, to develop friendship and to promote service to humanity. " First row: Don Cox, Jim Roper, Jack Steele, Caswell Riddle, Mike Nielson, Aleck Helms. Second row: Bud Waner, Howard Cell, Larry Stevens, Arthur Howard, Dave Woalf, Tom Walsh. Third row: Stanley Ballinger, Charles Mims, Jerry Read, Earl Langdon, Bill Barnsdale, Frank Alley, Bob Hubbard. [193] Jim Nolan President Student Government Bob Lane Secretary Joel Parker Treasurer John Lane Vice-President This is the body charged with administering all student self-government on the campus. These student leaders coordinate all student activities and organizations, seek to improve the general student welfare, and represent the students in dealing with the faculty and the college administration. The accomplishments of student during the last few years, are quite evident. Witness the many fine, paved parking areas which surround the main campus, the tremendous steps taken towards the solution of the student housing problem, the improved operation of the college cafeteria, and the effective liaison between the students and the faculty and administration. The devotion to duty of these leaders, their patience, and their integrity have done much to foster the ideals of student RULES COMMITTEE Jim Hunt, Chairman Bill Brown Jim Prim INVESTIGATIONS COMMITTEE Bill Page, Thomas Ray Fulgham, Hank Bill Bulluck, Ben Davis, Phil Carlton, Fred Munley, Aaron Cappel, Bob Kennel, Chairman. BUDGET AND FINANCE COMMITTEE John Newlin, Charles O ' Quinn, Bill Kay, Cecil Brooks, Joel Parker, Chairman. CAMPUS STORE, ADVISORY COMMITTEE Frank Minter, Student Chairman, Earnest Forbes, Tom Hawkins. CAMPUS WELFARE Back row: Joe Smith, John Newlin, Bill Kay, B. H. Barnette, Fred Warlick. Front row: Tom Davis, Felton Davis, Al Potts, Chairman. CONSOLIDATED UNIVERSITY STUDENT COUNCIL President—Ed Rose Chairman—State Delegation, Bob Lane State Delegation: Terry Lathrop, Dan Yager, Ed Rose, Charlie Law, Gene Bostion, Jim Peden, Fred Joseph, Jim Smathers, Nick Ray, Joel Parker, Fred Rawicz, Bob Lane, John Lane, Jim Nolan, Bill Greene, John Lively, Jim Warlick. STUDENT HOUSING James Johnson, Fred Houtz, Chairman, Marion Hawkins, Charlie Hannah. ELECTIONS Bob Ta nnen, Richard Burgess, Ken Steppe, Mac Lupold, Cecil Brooks, Patterson, Charles Jackson, PROMOTIONS Waring Boys, Bill Fulp, J. W. Lazenby, Gene Rickell, Ray Fountain, Bruce Jim Willis, George Cochran, ORIENTATION Fred Joseph, Dick Ribacove, Phil Bill Ball, Dan Yager, Chairman. TRAFFIC Charles Hannah, Frank Pethel, Ralph Williams, Dan Yager, Chairman. FRESHMAN SENATORS Waring Boys, Larry Baxter, Ken Steppe, Jim Prim, Bruce Elliott, Charles Jordan, Larry Wilson, Janette Sitterson, Dave Thomas, Phil Carlton, Gene Rickell, Bill Page, Ray Fountain, Reid Hinson. Bob Lyne Chairman The Student Judicial Board, the judicial branch of our Student Government, is composed of ten students elected annually on a class basis. The primary responsibility of the Judicial Board is to represent the Student Body to insure that the Honor System functions to attain the ideals for which it was intended. To fulfill this responsibility, the Judicial Board must conduct an orientation program throughout the school year, enact changes in the Honor System as necessary, and deal with violators of the Honor System. However, the Honor System directly depends upon the individual; each student in the entire Student Body must do his part to make the Honor System Gayle Wylie, Bob Deal (Clerk), Baxter Williams, Eric Smart, Charles D. Webb, Reggie Ponder, Fred Scott, Harold Denton, Larry Harris. [198] Bob Becker President Monogram Club OFFICERS John Lowe Vice-President Jim Walch Secretary Bob Seitz Treasurer John Szuchan Sgt.-at-Arms Dick DeAngelis Reporter Darrell Dess Membership Secretary The purposes of the Monogram Club are to recognize through a student organization those men who have earned a monogram, in accordance with the regulations at N. C. State College Athletic Council, in competitive athletics at N. C. State College; to foster good among monogram winners; to promote a high of intercollegiate athletics and the spirit in which they are conducted; to encourage ideals of good among athletes and spectators in the best of North Carolina State College. Jerry Erdahl OFFICERS Dott Morton Secretary Bob Strother Vice-President Jim Smathers President College The College Union is a building for the students and by the students. Containing the elements of a hotel, a restaurant and a community center, it is open to all students sixteen hours a day. The heart of the College Union, however, is not located in the steel and concrete of the building, but rather in the Union organization. The building is merely an instrument through which the Union idea is accomplished, and its success reflects the combined efforts of its Officers, Board of Directors, Board of Chairmen, Committees and Board of The College Union Board of Directors puts the stamp of approval on the operational and social budgets and on the rules governing the use of the Union Building. It also sets College Union policy. BOARD OF DIRECTORS Bottom to top: A. C. Hayes, J. T. Haney, Gerald Erdahl, Dott Morton, Dean Cloyd, Bob Ellis, Fred Joseph, Baxter Williams, James V. Johnson, James Smathers, Dave Phelps, Chreston Holoman, Jim Nolan, Terry Lathrop, Richard Heaton, Chuck Abernethy, Bill Greene, Harry England, Dave Brown, Paul Pickenheim and Bob Strother. BOARD OF CHAIRMEN Bottom to top: Bob Strother, Harry England, Jim Smathers, Murray Dott Morton, Bob Dawson, Earl Holloman, Erbie Mangum, Chreston Holoman, Bob Ernull, Bob Abernethy, Bob Adams, Jim May, Chuck Dave Phelps, Bob Gray, George Colton, Archie Copeland and Paul Pickenheim. [200] Union The Board of Chairmen is composed of the president, vice-president and secretary of the Union and the Chairmen of the sixteen standing committees. This board meets weekly. It critically analyzes all the programs of each committee and coordinates events that are sponsored jointly. The Union Committee is a proving ground for initiative, dependability, loyalty and tolerance. Since students graduating from college are grade " A " technicians and grade " D " the Union ' s prime job is to teach the students to become effective leaders and citizens. Open to all students, the committee program is geared to teach them how to get along with other people and how to organize events and ideas. The Board of Advisers is composed of teachers who make themselves available to the committees for advice and guidance. The scholastic courses on campus offer mastery of words, ideas and principles—the usual concept of a college education. The Union, however, offers practical experience in living and working with people. HOBBY COMMITTEE Left to right: Horace Hord, Carol White, Charles Cates, Monty Sevier, David Thomas and Bob Ernull (Chairman). FILM COMMITTEE Front row, left to right: Charles Goodwin, William Crockford, Dr. Burton Beers, Thomas Krimminger and David McCullen. Back row, left to right: Maarten Menko, Norwood Kell, Chreston Holoman (Chairman), Bob Yarborough, Preston Sasser, Kent Watson and H. B. Smith. DANCE COMMITTEE Left to right: Johnny Fogleman, Roland Pennell, Larry Meeks, Gene Bridgers, Maarten Menko, Luke Landin, Dan Johnson, John Folsom, Harvey Horowitz, Richard Hoskins, Peter Nohl, Dr. Mason Gaffney and Erbie Mangum (Chairman). SOCIAL COMMITTEE Front row, left to right: Jay Weaver, Harry Smith, Beverly Little, Jim Prim, Pat Ponder, Bob Guffey and Jim Seago. Back row, left to right: Vance Apple, John Albaugh, James Barbot, Ron Poinsett, Clarence Rowell, Bill Barksdale, Ralph Hart, Bob Dawson, Mac Cullum and George Colton (Chairman). [201] BOARD OF Left to right: Jerry Erdahl, Dr. Jack Suberman, Edwin Winkler, Dr. Harvey Bumgardner, Marjorie Davidson, Mrs. Martha Robinson, Alice Young, Sidney Knowles, Dr. Abraham Holtzman, THEATRE COMMITTEE Front row, left to right: Irene Alexander, Jon Bell, Bob Gray (Chairman), Charles Selden and Tanya Quick. row: Harry James and Maarten Menko. Third row: Dr. Harvey Bumgardner. FORUM COMMITTEE Left to right: Mike Duncan, Fathy Ahmed Aly, Murray Penney (Chairman), Maarten Menko and John Gorham. GALLERY COMMITTEE Left to right: Easley Hamner, Ann Snyder, Jim White, Charlie Miller and Dave Phelps (Chairman). HOUSE COMMITTEE GAMES COMMITTEE ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE Left to right: Bob McGarr, Chuck Abernethy Left to right: Paul Pickenheim (Chairman), Left to right: Howard Hammett, (Chairman), James DeBerry, Hartzoge Leon Henderson and Jack Moore. Phil Threott and Jim May (Chairman). and Jim Lineberger. PHOTOGRAPHY COMMITTEE Left to right: William Israel, Alan Winchell, Jim James Barbot, Ray Hall, Vince Bellis, Bob Adams (Chairman ) , Tom Batte and Jim Sears. OUTING COMMITTEE Kneeling, left to right: Jim Richardson, Gaylord French and Pierre Sillan. Standing, left to right: Dave Woolf, Tom Wallace, Bob Abernethy ( Chairman) , and Len Spitz. ADVISERS Dr. M. M. Gaffney, Mrs. Barbara White, Dick Heaton, Spec Hawkins, Dr, Burton Beers and Paul Durrett. HOSPITALITY COMMITTEE Left to right: Lory Wubena, D ott Morton, Marjorie Davidson, Lydia Fish, Betty Brown, Archie Copeland ( Chairman ), and Sandra Smith. LIBRARY COMMITTEE MUSIC COMMITTEE PUBLICITY COMMITTEE Left to right: Zafar Hassan, Bob Dawson Seated: Ed Orth, Alice Young, Sidney Knowles Left to right: Mike Simpson, Earl (Chairman ) , Diane Massey and Ellen Culler. and Paul Essex. Standing: Harvey Sigmon, ( Chairman ) , Roy Champion, Harry England (Chairman) , and Doug McBrayer and Bobby Davis. Bill Bass. Charles J. Law President Ralph Siewers Vice-President Y. M. C. Whatever else the Y.M.C.A. may be called upon to do, it still maintains as its central objective the influencing of to lead a life of high principles and of service based on the teachings of Christianity. Such a task is not easy nor can it be done on a mass production scale. However, those who take part in " Y " activities and earnestly try to promote its program, and those whose lives become motivated by the idea of Christian service rather than personal gain will find that the enrichment which comes to them will be one of the most valuable rewards of their college career. Secondary to this prime objective are the many service provided by the " Y " . A great need has unfailingly been met by providing meeting places, telephone and directory service, information and telegraph facilities, and reading and lounge rooms. With its added facilities, the Y.M.C.A. looks to a time when more effort can be devoted to training Christian leaders and yet a time which will see the as always ready and willing to serve. William M. Turner Secretary Richard Westmoreland Treasurer Y.M.C.A. Cabinet THE DANFORTH CHAPEL Dedicated to the worship of God with the Prayer that here in communion with the those who enter may acquire the Spiritual Power to aspire nobly, adventure daringly, serve humbly. Chapel Entrance Interior Danforth Chapel Jim Myrick Vice-President Fred Joseph President Inter-Dormitory Council Bill Stancil Jim Moss Zaf Zolfaghari Athletic Director Publicity Director Social Director Richard Jessup Secretary [206] Left to right: Larry Sutherland Vic Garrou John Barchiesi Tom Andrews Tom Watson George Hatch Fred Kiser Carrol Jones Bill Smith Earnest Greene N. B. Watts Jim Eckard Richard Jessup Jim Myrick We, the representatives of the dormitories at North Carolina State College, in order to promote the physical, social, and moral welfare of dormitory residents and to stimulate a fraternal spirit of cooperation and progress among them, do ordain and establish this constitution for the Inter-Dormitory Council of North Carolina State College. Left to right: Fred Joseph Rafi Javid Wayne Cotten Don Cox Bob Kennel Jim Moss Bill Stancil Zaf Zolfaghari Earl Carpenter Jim Rose Jerry Day Tom Wyke Jim Hondros [207] Back to the routine of school, to dorm life again . . . Meeting the new roommate and making new friends ... enjoying the more homelike atmosphere caused by the presence of a host and a hostess. A look ahead to see what ' s coming up and the last day for dropping courses. IDC Into the swing of activities with the annual I D C Ball. Remembered: One fine time. Forgotten: Two quizzes, one term paper. Cindy Robinson Lois Williams Emma Brady Lincolnton, N. C. Robbins, N. C. Clayton, N. C. for Fred Joseph for Jim Myrick for Zaf Zolfaghari Barbara Moore Rocky Mount, N. C. for Bill Stancil Intramurals all year round from football to horseshoes. Dorm directors round up squads that win, lose, and draw. Trophies and cups in May . . . Everybody wins. IDC IDC Homecoming . . . And there ' s a parade to be entered, the dorm represented . . . A float needed . . . work required . . . Boys and dates toil through cold and rain . . . Hot chocolate and donuts at dawn . . . The Big Parade. Spring comes . . . Time for picnics, hayrides. The social director works. Windows rise, doors open and activities move outside. But the day of reckoning approaches ... Formulas to be learned, notes to be crammed. A welcome break from studies with entertainment down the hall. Exams . . . The year ' s over. bound with an eye on the hill where the new dorm will grow. IDC Vetville Council Mayor James Johnson Secretary Caroline Horton Sheriff Allen Williams Publicity Director Anita Harrell Athletic Director Bill Roberson Fire Marshal Randy Horton Activities Coordinator Bill Grathwal Aldermen Don Hendrix, Jack Pritchard, Wiley Ritter, Asa Manning, Billy Deal VETVILLE SCENES State ' s Mates OFFICERS Mrs. Robert Rozett, Sponsor Mildred Ritchie President Mrs. Robert A. McAllister Sponsor Erline Eason Historian Margaret Funderburg Vice-President Anita Harrell Secretary Dorothy Roberson Treasurer COMMITTEES Visiting Refreshments Telephone Decoration Ways and Means Program Veterans ' Association Jim Warlick President Tom Long Vice-President Gene Griffin Secretary Gene Underwood Assistant Secretary H. G. Hancock Treasurer Ed Lackey Social Director Larry Micol Program Chairman The North Carolina State Veterans ' Association, organized in October 1953, has been actively associated with student programs, functions and social events from the first day of its birth. of the group now approximates 800 veterans and each new semester swells the rolls. Common interest in yearly planned programs including such items as Veteran Association sponsored dances, stag socials, school projects and inter-group student activities has done much to create a feeling of friendship within the Association. An active participation in every student problem of major has contributed much to make the name of the Veterans ' Association well known on this campus. [218] Pinetum Paul J. Pickenheim Editor Charles D. Webb Business Manager The Pinetum is the annual publication of the School of Forestry. From a small beginning in 1 930 it has grown to a size of over 100 pages. In the Pinetum are recorded the events and activities taking place in the School of Forestry throughout the year. A section of the book is set aside for alumni news and letters. The Pinetum is distributed to all forestry students, other forestry schools, advertisers, and alumni. Mu Beta Psi Alpha Chapter of Mu Beta Psi was organized on the N. C. State College campus in 1925. The aims of Mu Beta Psi are to foster better fellowship among the various musical organizations both on the campus and between musicians in other colleges, and to advance to its proper place as an educational subject. Mu Beta Psi sponsors concerts by the College Band, Glee Club, and Orchestra and coordinates the musical activities on the State College campus. OFFICERS Pete McElligott President Frank Strauss Vice-President David Poole Treasurer Don Heafner Secretary Major C. D. Kutschinski Faculty Adviser [219] Christian D. Kutschinski Director Music Department Robert A. Barnes Assistant Director The Music Department under the direction of Christian D. Kutschinski and Robert A. Barnes embraces the activities of the State College Bands, the Glee Club, and the Little Symphony Orchestra. The Marching Band is noted for its spectacular half-time shows at football games. It also functions as the Military Band for all the ROTC parades and reviews, and participates in a number of street parades of a civic nature. At close of football season the band ' s instrumentation is modified to conform to that of a well-balanced concert or band for the study and performance of the best in band music. Besides several concerts during the year, the Concert Band is featured in connection with the commencement activities. The Glee Club is a popular organization which, besides its regular formal concerts on the campus, is in demand for programs at civic clubs, TV performances, etc., and occasionally collaborates with one or more of the local woman ' s colleges for joint programs. The Orchestra, composed of State students, faculty members and outstanding musicians from Raleigh community, presents three symphony concerts each year, and provides a smaller ensemble for college functions, such as midyear graduation exercises and the like. OFFICERS The Glee Club Russell G. Cashwell, Jr. President Charles R. Rhodes Vice-President R. P. Buchanan, Jr. Secretary-Treasurer Richard J. Cashwell Librarian Willis Quant Accompanist [220] The Symphony Orchestra OFFICERS Don Heafner President David Haworth Manager Peter McElligott Librarian The Concert Band The Marching Band OFFICERS James Harrill President Winfield Farthing Vice-President Thurman Fields Executive Officer Howard Cell Secretary-Treasurer Peter Blum Corresponding Secretary James Byrd Business Manager Hobart Whitman Public Relations Officer Robert Yarbrough Librarian—Drum Major Music Scenes Lutheran Student Association OFFICERS Ben Davis President Vernon Schrum Vice-President Pat Davis Secretary Dick Park Treasurer As a fellowship of Lutheran students in the field of higher education, the Lutheran Student Association through a program of worship, study, recreation and service to aid students in securing a deeper to and understanding of the Christian faith and its relevance to the student world. Ciliberti Hanrahan Weisser The Catholic Newman Club OFFICERS Vito A. Ciliberti President Stuart Byron Vice-President William Hanrahan Recording Secretary Edmund Struzeski Corresponding Secretary Arthur Weisser Treasurer The Newman Club was established to foster and thereby deepen the spiritual, intellectual, and sociol interests, in this order of importance of Catholic in secular institutions of higher learning. [223] Colonel Richard R. Middlebrooks Professor of Military Science and Tactics Army Everyone has the obligation for service to his country in time of need. The Army ROTC has for its purpose the training of students for positions of leadership in the Army so that these young men can fulfill this obligation as officers instead of in a lesser role. In this way, the student renders more valuable service to his country by utilizing his college trained technical ability in of responsibility. At the same time, he benefits himself to a greater extent. The successful completion of a four year Army ROTC course leads to a commission as a second lieutenant in the Army Reserve. In the emphasis is placed on giving the prospective officer a general background knowledge of military subjects and activities essential to all of the Army ' s fifteen arms and services. Maximum effort is made to arouse the student ' s interest through the use of weapons, training films, practical exercises and models. Drill and exercise of command facilitate development of those essential characteristics of leadership such as initiative, loyalty, and the ability to think clearly, make wise decisions, and inspire others to work for the success of any endeavor. This leadership training will also aid the individual in his chosen civilian career and in becoming a leader for the betterment of his home community. Lt. Col. B. I. Mistowt Lt. Col. J. A. McCullouch Maj. T. R. Spinella Maj. V. B. Drum Maj. J. B. Lyon Maj. W. J. Rieck Capt. T. R. Tolar Capt. W. A. Whichard Capt. E. B. Turner C.W.O. H. G. Marshall M Sgt. T. J. Denton M Sgt. R. H. Nash SFC O. L. Hegwood SFC R. N. Heuser SFC R. W. Ollenberger Sgt. B. S. Proffer Sgt. E. D. Bill Sgt. L. C. Harrey Cadet Col. Paul G. Braxton Regimental Commander Regimental Staff Cadet Lt. Col. Paul J. Pickenheim Regimental Executive Officer Cadet Major Ronald V. Sharpe Regimental S-1 Cadet Major Richard F. Jessup Regimental PIO Cadet Major Joe W. Reece Regimental S-3 Cadet M Sgt. Donald W. Memory Regimental Sergeant Major Cadet Yancey C. Elliott, Jr. Regimental Clerk Mrs. Paul G. Braxton For the Regimental Commander Pickenheim Sharpe Jessup Reece Memory Elliott [227] First Battalion Staff Major James L. Lowe, Jr. Battalion Executive Officer Capt. John H. Lane, Jr. Battalion PIO Lt. Col. August Albert DeHertogh Battalion Commander Miss Faye Kipp For The Battalion Commander Lowe Lane [228] Mrs. J. M. Lowe Sponsor Major Ronald W. Crow Company Commander A Company Captain Gene C. Davis Executive Officer First Platoon 1st Lt. Charles M. Martin Platoon Leader Sgt. Charles W. Stephenson Platoon Sgt. Second Platoon 1st Lt. Joe M. Smith Platoon Leader M Sgt. Richard J. Cashwell Platoon Sgt. Third Platoon 1st Lt. Victor P. Thompson Platoon Leader M Sgt. Berry T. Hart Platoon Sgt. Major Nathan J. Pond, Jr. Miss Jacqueline Butler Company Commander Sponsor B Company Capt. Robert C. Cline Executive Officer First Plato on 1st Lt. Augustus W. Bachman Platoon Leader Sgt. Elmer E. Capps Platoon Sgt. Second Platoon 1st Lt. William E. Dick, Jr. Platoon Leader M Sgt. Ormand K. Moore Platoon Sgt. Third Platoon 1st Lt. Charles R. Norris Platoon Leader M Sgt. Robert W. Swain Platoon Sgt. Mrs. Charles S. Davis, Jr. Major Charles S. Davis Sponsor Company Commander C Company Capt. William G. Allin Executive Officer First Platoon 1st Lt. Robert A. Thompson Platoon Leader Sgt. Amedo R. DeAngelis Platoon Sgt. Second Platoon 1st Lt. William R. Lewis Platoon Leader M Sgt. David J. Worthington Platoon Sgt. Third Platoon 1st Lt. Vincent T. Novak Platoon Leader M Sgt. Vincent W. Malley Platoon Sgt. Mrs. R. D. Kincaid Sponsor D Company Major Ronald D. Kincaid Company Commander Capt. Harold E. Luck Executive Officer First Platoon 1st Lt. John L. Perkinson Platoon Leader M Sgt. Raymond D. Nelson Platoon Sgt. Second Platoon 1st Lt. Conrad A. Davis Platoon Leader Sgt. William G. Townsend Platoon Sgt. Third Platoon 1st Lt. Roddy H. Fields Platoon Leader Gerald L. Waitman Platoon Sgt. Second Battalion Staff Major J. Lee Hauser Battalion Executive Officer Capt. Victor H. Garrou Battalion PIO Lt. Col. Willis A. Mayo, Jr. Battalion Commander Miss Gail Norman For the Battalion Commander Hauser Garrou [233] Major John B. Hardy Mrs. David McGuire Company Commander Sponsor Capt. Charles E. Caudill Executive Officer First Platoon 1st Lt. Lawrence L. Bissett Platoon Leader M Sgt. Donald M. Sutton Platoon Sgt. Second Platoon 1st Lt. Don B. Tucker Platoon Leader M Sgt. Augu stine C. Penny Platoon Sgt. Third Platoon 1st Lt. David M. McGuire Platoon Leader M Sgt. Charles H. Mateer E Company Platoon Sgt. Mrs. J. M. Lowe Sponsor F Company Major John M. Lowe Company Commander Capt. Richard H. Hapward Executive Officer First Platoon 1st Lt. John L. Freeman Platoon Leader M Sgt. George R. Jivatode Platoon Sgt. Second Platoon 1st Lt. Peter D. Tuttle Platoon Leader M Sgt. Roy P. Lathrop Platoon Sgt. Third Platoon 1st Lt. Davey G. Hampton Platoon Leader M Sgt. Victor F. Dry Platoon Sgt. Major Joel R. Parker Miss Dottie Cammer Company Commander Sponsor G Company Capt. LeRoy W. McCall Executive Officer First Platoon 1st Lt. John T. Walton Platoon Leader M Sgt. James B. Thompson Platoon Sgt. Second Platoon 1st Lt. Harold W. Buchanan Platoon Leader M Sgt. Richard D. Stover Platoon Sgt. Third Platoon 1st Lt. Frank E. Minter, Jr. Platoon Leader M Sgt. Charles A. Willis Platoon Sgt, First Platoon 1st Lt. Leonard C. Hoots Platoon Leader M Sgt. Harold E. Phillips Platoon Sgt. Second Platoon 1st Lt. David O. Proctor Platoon Leader M Sgt. Bryce H. Moore Platoon Sgt. Third Platoon 1st Lt. Ted L. Waters Platoon Leader M Sgt. Edward D. Owens Capt. Robert R. Carpenter Executive Officer Mrs. G. M. Robertson Major George M. Robertson Sponsor Company Commander H Company Platoon Sgt. Third Battalion Staff Major James C. Stevenson Battalion PIO Capt. William F. Fleming Battalion Adjutant Lt. Col. Joseph E. Settle Battalion Commander Mrs. J. E. Settle For the Battalion Commander Stevenson Fleming [238] Miss Sylvia Lee Rath Major James B. Smathers Sponsor Company Commander I Company Capt. Robert R. Cooke Executive Officer First Platoon 1st Lt. Charles A. Jackson Platoon Leader M Sgt. William A. Mills Platoon Sgt. Second Platoon 1st Lt. Richard A. Reynolds Platoon Leader M Sgt. Robert L. Edwards Platoon Sgt. Third Platoon 1st Lt. Roderick H. Morris Platoon Leader M Sgt. John W. Rackley Ill Platoon Sgt. Major Jack H. Frazelle Company Commander Miss Harriet James Sponsor Capt. Talmadge J. Wiggins Executive Officer First Platoon 1st Lt. Roger L. Morrow Platoon Leader M Sgt. Fred W. Paschall, Jr. Platoon Sgt. Second Platoon 1st Lt. Ned G. Johnson Platoon Leader M Sgt. Charles E. Johnson Platoon Sgt. Third Platoon 1st Lt. Mack T. Ruffin Ill Platoon Leader M Sgt. Charles D. Chambers Platoon Sgt. Miss Syble Balentine Major John W. Copeland Sponsor Company Commander L Company Capt. Bobby L. Montague Executive Officer First Platoon 1st Lt. Hugh M. Sanderson Platoon Leader M Sgt. William R. Ballard Platoon Sgt. Second Platoon 1st Lt. Claude W. Moss Platoon Leader M Sgt. Teddy G. Allen Platoon Sgt. Third Platoon 1st Lt. Dwight L. Payne Platoon Leader Sgt. William R. Harding Platoon Sgt. Major Wilber K. Greer Miss Betty J. Britt Company Commander Sponsor M Company Capt. Bob L. Hubbard Executive Commander First Platoon 1st Lt. Gayle M. Wylie Platoon Leader M Sgt. John N. Vantsios Platoon Sgt. Second Platoon 1st Lt. Fred W. Kiser Platoon Leader M ' Sgt. Donald W. Bean Platoon Sgt. Third Platoon 1st Lt. Albert D. D ' Angelo Platoon Leader M Sgt. Robert J. Tanen Platoon Sgt. 2nd Lt. T. O. Anderson A Co. 2nd Lt. B. K. Barringer, Jr Co. SFC C. T. Andrews A Co. SFC J. A. Beacon, Jr. A Co. SFC W. D. Booth A Co. SFC B. S. Clodfelter A Co. SFC H. Erwin A Co. SFC J. E. Hoover .A Co. SFC H. A. Osborn A Co. SFC W. L. Strum .A Co. M Sgt. F. L. Walker A Co. 2nd Lt. S. A. Taylor B Co. M Sgt. D. B. Browning, Jr. B Co. SFC J. Creazzo B Co. SFC J. V. Mageean B Co. SFC L. L. Misenheimer B Co. SFC R. J. Parker B Co. SFC J. E. Parlier B Co. SFC R. E. Sneed B Co. SFC R. D. Weatherly B Co. 2nd Lt. A. M. Efird C Co. SFC G. W. Goolsby, Jr. C Co. SFC C. M. Houser C Co. SFC J. M. Peden, Jr. C Co. M Sgt. T. C. Pilmington C Co. SFC R. E. Powell C Co. SFC B. J. Washam C Co. SFC D. F. Weinstein C Co. 2nd Lt. C. C. Beumer D Co. 2nd Lt. R. R. Tighe D Co. SFC R. P. Boyden D Co. SFC C. W. Boyette D Co. SFC G. W. Burke D Co. SFC J. C. Heath D Co. M Sgt. R. C. Lyne, Jr D Co. SFC H. L. Neely D Co. SFC D. A. Poole D Co. 2nd Lt. M. R. Phillips E Co. SFC S. F. Austin E Co. SFC P. W. Bailey E Co. SFC M. S. Emmart, Jr E Co. SFC L. B. Harris, Jr. E Co. SFC E. M. LaFoy .E Co. SFC C. N. O ' Quinn E Co. M Sgt. 0. R. Self E Co. SFC R. C. Waters E Co. SFC W. M. Whitehurst E Co. SFC T. E. Carpenter F Co. SFC T. L. Hayworth F Co. SFC H. R. Joyner F Co. SFC W. C. Roberson, Jr. F Co. SFC W. D. Smith F Co. SFC L. J. Speizman F Co. SFC L. Spitz F Co. [243] SFC E. E. Thompson F Co. SFC K. U. Williard F Co. 2nd Lt. C. B. Harding, Jr. Co. 2nd Lt. A. K. Pooser, Jr. Co. SFC J. C. Bright C Co. SFC D. D. Chappell G Co. SFC L. F. Dean G Co. SFC W. C. Holoman G Co. SFC E. P. Hordubay C Co. M Sgt. R. A. Jackson C Co. SFC W. S. Lee C Co. SFC H. R. Lindsley G Co. SFC C. G. Tate, Jr. C Co. 2nd Lt. J. A. Morgan H Co. SFC R. A. Brown H Co. SFC J. T. Compton H Co. SFC P. D. Glass H Co. M Sgt. G. R. Howard, Jr H Co. 2nd Lt. J. T. Collie, Jr. I Co. 2nd Lt. C. D. Webb I Co. SFC K. R. Benton I Co. SFC R. M. Davis I Co. M Sgt. R. B. Goudie I Co. SFC 0. E. Hatley I Co. SFC R. C. Hunter I Co. SFC H. D. Johnson. I Co. 2nd Lt. H. Corey, Jr. I Co. 2nd Lt. W. D. Lawing, Jr. K Co. SFC E. A. Anderson K Co. SFC S. 0. Barbour K Co. SFC C. E. Johnson K Co. SFC J. L. Knowles, Jr. K Co. SFC B. L. Moore K Co. SFC R. L. Rackley K Co. M Sgt. W. J. Terry, Jr. K Co. SFC H. P. Browning L Co. SFC W. B. Crook L Co. SFC D. S. Haworth L Co. SFC H. B. Houtz L Co. M Sgt. R. L. McGarr L Co. SFC J. R. Misenheimer L Co. SFC M. R. Poole L Co. SFC R. S. Williams, Jr. L Co. 2nd Lt. A. C. Skinner M Co. 2nd Lt. J. B. Wilkins, Jr._ M Co. SFC S. B. Berman M Co. SFC S. K. Brinkley M Co. SFC T. E. Chappell M Co. SFC A. W. Donegan M Co. M Sgt. C. L. Kametches M Co. SFC S. H. Ritter M Co. SFC R. F. Shipman M Co. SFC G. D. Simmons M Co. SFC F. N. Tokar M Co. [244] Miss Pat Throckmorton Sponsor Sgt. Ernest L. Ross Commander Sgt. Eric D. Smart 1st Sergeant Drum and Bugle Mrs. Paul G. Braxton Sponsor Capt. Paul G. Braxton Commander 1st Lt. Wilbur White Executive Officer Scabbard and Blade T. O. Anderson L. L. Bissett J. W. Brown R. R. Carpenter C. S. Davis A. A. DeHertogh A. M. Efird R. E. Fields W. F. Fleming J. L. Freeman L. C. Hoots B. L. Hubbard R. D. Kincaid G. T. Lathrop W. D. Lawing C. M. Martin W. A. Mayo R. C. Montague R. C. Morrow V. T. Novak J. L. Perkinson M. R. Phillips P. S. Pickenheim J. W. Reece G. M. Robertson H. M. Sanderson R. V. Sharpe J. B. Smathers R. A. Thompson Maj. Richard C. White 1st Lt. John B. Fortin, Jr. Miss Cynthia Gatewood Commander Executive Officer Sponsor Pershing Rifles The Pershing Rifles is a national military society, named for General John J. Pershing. Its aim is the promotion of high quality military training and leader- ship in ROTC units of the colleges and universities of the United States through participation in a national organization which stands for the highest military and leadership qualities. The North Carolina State College Chapter is L of the 4th Regiment. The Pershing Rifles membership is composed of cadets who have proven themselves superior in leadership, and military bearing as members of the Cadets Corps. The activities of the organization are: drill and parade exhibitions, social participation as a unit, for the Regimental and National Drill meets and exhibition drill throughout North Carolina and neighboring states. Fourth row: Pemberton, Kemp, Page, Bloodworth, Steinbeck, Newlin Second row: Phillips, Willis, Stainback, Faw, Propst, Cooper Third row: Koozewski, Rayfield, Robertson, Fitts, Redmond, Hart First row: White, Kay, Turner, Sugg, Braswell, Mestrich, Fortin. distinguished Students P. J. Braxton, J. E. Settle, J. B. Smathers, G. M. Robinson J. W. Copeland, W. K. Greer, J. R. Parker, P. J. Pickenheim N. J. Pond, R. C. White, J. M. Lowe, C. S. Davis, A. A. De Hertough W. A. Mayo, R. V. Sharp, J. W. Reese Army Color Guard Sgt. D. R. Brooks M Sgt. J. D. Clarke SFC C. R. Davis SFC J. J. Thomas Sgt. W. R. Knowles [248] CLEAN UP TIME Every morning at 5:45 the cadets cleaned the barracks for inspection. At Benning they liked them " Standing Tall. " BONE SUPPORT, BONE SUPPORT A fter long hours on the PMI range the cadets hear these words in their sleep. Army Summer Camp Y ' ALL FROM WHEARE? Two cadets enjoy themselves with some of the local talent at the annual ROTC Ball. JUST A LITTLE MORE Cadets use teamwork in preparing for full field inspection. Air Force The dual mission of the Air Force ROTC is best by reference to the two parts of our training program, Basic and Advanced. Our Basic course, like the Basic Army course, provides fundamental military training for freshmen and which is required of all physically qualified except veterans at this institution. This training provides not only an elementary knowledge of military organization and customs, and the Air Force and Air Power, as a platform for continuance in the Advanced course but knowledge of the Air Age and National which is essential for civilian and airmen alike. The Advanced course, for selected and volunteer and Seniors, provides more intensified academic training in subjects pertaining to Air Force organization, mission, and operations. The academic and leadership training programs of this course are designed to qualify graduates for commission as 2nd Lieutenants in the Air Force Reserve and for immediate tours of active duty with the Air Force. Throughout our program of training a primary objective is to develop those qualities of and temperament that are essential to leadership and success in both military and civilian careers. Colonel James F. Risher Professor of Air Science and Tactics Lt. Col. S. C. Agnew, Maj. N. S. Hays, Maj. H. B. McCullough, Capt. Q. M. Lewis, Capt. V. L. Nunenkamp, Capt. J. R. Osborn, Capt. C. P. McSweeney, Capt. H. R. Selfridge. M Sgt. N. Dail, M Sgt. A. B McCallum, M Sgt. J. E. Neal, Sgt. R. F. Hagerty, T Sgt. C. C. Montgomery, T Sgt. K. M. Russell, T Sgt, W. M. Whittington, S Sgt. G. K. Keith, Jr., S Sgt. G. E. Winecoff. [250] Wing Staff Cadet Lt. Col. John M. Lake Deputy Wing Commander Cadet Lt. Col. Lewis S. Howe, Jr. Inspector General Cadet Lt. Col. Floyd A. McLaurin Director of Operations and Training Cadet Lt. Col. Preston A. Collins Director of Personnel and Adjutant Cadet Lt. Col. Morris Ratliff Director of Material Cadet Major William R. Green I. S. 0. Officer Cadet Col. George T. Lathrop Wing Commander Cadet M Sgt. William A. Graham Ill Wing Sergeant Major Cadet M Sgt. John L. Kirk Assistant Wing Sgt. Major Lake Howe McLaurin Collins Ratliff Green Graham Kirk Miss Ann Anthony For the Wing Commander [251] First Group Staff Cadet Major Donald E. Hitchcock Deputy Commander Cadet Capt. Glenn E. Carter Adjutant Lt. Col. James R. Agar Group Commander Mrs. James R. Agar For the Group Commander Hitchcock Carter [252] Mrs. T. H. Kersey Major David H. Kersey Sponsor Squadron Commander A Squadron Honor Squadron-55-56 Capt. Billy L. Moore Deputy Commander First Flight Honor Flight-55-56 1st Lt. James L. Burton, Jr. Flight Commander Sgt. Victor D. Rackley Flight Sgt. Second Flight 1st Lt. Harvey C. Carroll, Jr. Flight Commander Sgt. Robert E. Overton Flight Sgt. Third Flight 1st Lt. Norman L. Zimmerman Flight Commander Sgt. Harry W. Ingold Flight Sgt. Major Phillip R. Pruna Mrs. Mercedes Pruna Squadron Commander Sponsor Capt. Perry L. Deal Deputy Commander First Flight 1st Lt. Ashley G. Leggett, Jr. Flight Commander T Sgt. Edgar W. Smith Flight Sgt. Second Flight 1st Lt. Leonard W. Cotton Flight Commander Sgt. Franklin D. Windley Flight Sgt. Third Flight 1st Lt. Richard O. Grant, Jr. Flight Commander T ' Sgt. Larry W. Walker Flight Sgt. Miss Barbara Burns Major Gerald G. Hawkins Sponsor Squadron Commander C Squadron Capt. Terry L. Hershey Deputy Commander First Flight 1st Lt. Paul J. Wicker Flight Commander T; Sgt. James M. Davis, Jr. Flight Sgt. Second Flight 1st Lt. Walter F. Clement Flight Commander T, Sgt. Roy E. Fisher II Flight Sgt. Third Flight 1st Lt. Ivey E. Williamson Flight Commander T Sgt. Victor A. Jones Flight Sgt. Major Donald L. Denton Miss Wilma Mahaffey Squadron Commander Sponsor D Squadron Capt. June Singletary Deputy Commander First Flight 1st Lt. James H. Briggers, Jr. Flight Commander T Sgt. Joseph L. Hannah Flight Sgt. Second Hight 1st Lt. Ottis C. Price Flight Commander T Sgt. William A. Neckman Flight Sgt. Third Flight 1st Lt. William E. McGee Flight Commander T Sgt. Ronald G. Conrad Flight Sgt. Second Group Staff Cadet Major Harold T. Reed Deputy Commander Cadet Capt. Willis I. Crumpler Adjutant Cadet Lt. Col. Joe H. Young Group Commander Mrs. Joe H. Young For the Group Commander Reed Crumpler [257] Major Victor G. Dowless Squadron Commander Miss Kay Cross Sponsor E Squadron Capt. Kenneth B. Alexander Deputy Commander First Flight 1st Lt. Luther C. Powell Flight Commander T Sgt. Winfred A. Heath Flight Sgt. Second Hight 1st Lt. Richard M. Beam Flight Commander T Sgt. Gus T. Costa Flight Sgt. Third Flight 1st Lt. Jack. Cochrane Flight Commander T Sgt. Joseph B. Cochran, Jr. Flight Sgt. Mrs. David D. Smiley, Jr. Sponsor Major James S. Batts Squadron Commander F Squadron Capt. David D. Smiley, Jr. Deputy Commander First Flight 1st Lt. John W. Brown Flight Commander T Sgt. Arza D. Patterson Flight Sgt. Second Flight 1st Lt. Robert D. Parker Flight Commander T Sgt. James C. Rogers Flight Sgt. Third Flight 1st Lt. George A. Hurst Flight Commander T Sgt. Charles R. Vause Flight Sgt. Major Robert E. Jobe Miss Linda Gardner Squadron Commander Sponsor G Squadron Capt. Jerry O. Daye Deputy Commander First Flight 1st Lt. James E. Walker Flight Commander Sgt. Robert L. Barnhardt Flight Sgt. Second Hight 1st Lt. Tolley B. McLaughlin Flight Commander Benjamin H. Barnette, Jr. Flight Sgt. Third Flight 1st Lt. Richard N. Gurley Flight Commander M Sgt. John N. Birch Squadron 1st Sgt. Mrs. Richard E. Moser Sponsor Major Richard E. Moser Squadron Commander First Flight 1st Lt. Jerry P. Miller Flight Commander T Sgt. Robert A. Justus Flight Sgt. T Sgt. Billy R. Churchill H Squadron Capt. Robert M. Bennett Deputy Commander Second Flight 1st Lt. Joe B. Emory Flight Commander T Sgt. Mason L. Carroll, Jr. Flight Sgt. Third Flight 1st Lt. Rex A. Phillips Flight Commander Flight Sgt. third group Staff Cadet Major Lawrence E. Watkins Deputy Commander Cadet Capt. Thom as H. Briggs Adjutant Cadet Lt. Col. Arthur W. Fihelly Group Commander Miss Suzanna Smith For the Group Commander Watkins Briggs [262] Mrs. John W. Frye, Jr. Major George T. Brown Sponsor Squadron Commander I Squadron Capt. John W. Frye, Jr. Deputy Commander First Flight 1st Lt. Justus M. Ammons Flight Commander T Sgt. Robert H. Harris Flight Sgt. Second Flight 1st Lt. Robert P. Hastings Flight Commander T Sgt. Moses P. Davis, Jr. Flight Sgt. Third Flight 1st Lt. Roy H. Campbell, Jr. Flight Commander Sgt. John W. Montgomery Flight Sgt. Capt. Joel C. Bennett, Jr. Deputy Commander First Flight 1st Lt. Edward W. Avent Flight Commander T Sgt. John V. Teague Flight Sgt. Secord Flight 1st Lt. George M. Colton Flight Commander T Sgt. Robert A. Green Flight Sgt. Third 1st Lt. Glenn Wood H. Perry Flight Commander Major David H. Pittard Squadron Comman der Miss Mary Page Williams Sponsor K squadron Miss Susanne Smith Major Glenn H. Sutton Sponsor Squadron Commander L Squadron Capt. Spencer S. Edmondson, Jr. Deputy Commander First Flight 1st Lt. Emanuel K. Hoffman Flight Commander T Sgt. Lloyd M. Hedgepeth Flight Sgt. Second Flight 1st Lt. Jerry M. Absher Flight Commander T Sgt. Joseph L. Hughes, Jr. Flight Sgt. Third Flight 1st Lt. Wilbur E. Anderson Flight Commander T Sgt. Carroll G. Jones Flight Sgt. Major Sidney H. Gordon Squadron Commander Miss Gloria Paschal Sponsor M Squadron Capt. Donald L. Moore Deputy Commander First Flight 1st Lt. Archie W. Copeland Flight Commander T Sgt. William M. Batts, Jr. Flight Sgt. Second Flight 1st Lt. Fred D. Wood Flight Commander T Sgt. Robert P. Kellar Flight Sgt. Third Flight 1st Lt. Arley J. Dugger Flight Commander T Sgt. Richard P. Westmoreland Flight Sgt. Sgt. E. M. Honeycutt A Sqd. Sgt. W. N. Monroe B Sqd. Sgt. B. Doar C Sqd. Sgt. J. D. Haney D Sqd. Sgt. J. C. Goodman E Sqd. Sgt. R. P. Kennel F Sqd. M Sgt. E. F. Davis I Sqd. M Sgt. H. M. Miller K Sqd. M Sgt. M. B. King L Sqd. T Sgt. L. W. Cash I. S. 0. T Sgt. J. D. Barnhardt I. S. O. Capt. P. C. Peedin I. S. 0. Mrs. James R. Agar D. H. Kersey Sponsor Executive Officer Arnold Air Society Old Members The Arnold Air Society was established in the summer of 1947 as an honorary A.F.R.O.T.C. organization for third and fourth year students. By unanimous decision of the founders, the Society was named in honor of the late General W. H. " Hap " Arnold. The preamble to the Arnold Air Society ' s National Constitution best illustrates the reasons underlying the founding of the organization. " We, the members of Arnold Air Society, in order to further the purpose, mission, tradition, and concept of the United States Air Force as a means of National Defense, promote American Citizenship, create a close and more efficient relationship among the Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps Cadets do hereby establish this Constitution. " New Members [268] Miss Ann Thomas Sponsor Major L. H. Royster Capt. D. M. Thompson Commander Deputy Commander AFROTC Drill Team Fourth row: Rogers, Greene, Gardner, Nicholson, Gardner, Batten, Spivey, Brown, Stevens, Gentry, Landin, Moore, Ogle Third row: Spooner, Hamner, Poteat, Wills, Cochrane, McLean, Dixon, Taylor, Watson, Fleming Second row: Fuller, McCracken, Michaels, Gray, Prim, Meadows, Fogleman, Trent, Marrow, Worthington First row: Thompson, Williams, Royster [269] distinguished military students G. T. Lathrop, J. W. Frye, D. L. Denton, P. L. Deal P. R. Pruna, D. L. Moore, T. H. Briggs F. A. McLaurin, B. L. Moore, M. Ratliff, K. B. Alexander J. L. Burton, R. E. Jobe Air Force Color Guard S Sgt. D. R. Fountain T Sgt. J. W. Edwards S Sgt. W. Calwell T Sgt. R. D. Brayassa [270] GET IN STEP MISTER! " A " Flight moving out for the Saturday morning review. The review followed the big Saturday Inspection. HOW MANY YOU GOT? wery Saturday after lunch most of the cadets could be found marching off excess demerits. Air Force Summer Camp MAIL CALL! The few minutes after lunch were for the cadets to read letters, write letters, or just sleep. WHY I ' M FROM THE NORTH. The cadets found their entertainment at the gulf beaches around McDill. Bill Greene President David Barnhardt Vice-President George Howard Secretary Interfraternity Council The Interfraternity Council was organized in the spring of 1931 through the efforts of the College Administration and the fraternity leaders. The purpose of the Council is " to advance the interests of North Carolina State College, to promote the general interests and welfare of the associated fraternities as a body, and to insure co-operation between them in their relations with the faculty, student body, and the public in general. " The Council is composed of two representatives from each chapter, elected by the chapter. As the social feature of the college year, the Council sponsors two dances—the Pledge Dance in the fall semester and Spring Greeks. Hill Hohns Houtz Howard Johnstone Jordan Lawrence Minter Osborne Ritter Rutberg Shook Stephenson Townsend Wilder Ammons Barnhardt Brown Bryant Bullock Burris Carroll Cline Cochran Cockrell Copeland Giddins Greene Hawkins Heinzmann Gamma Rho Roger Post Hill Officers Roger Post Hill President Percy Leo Strickland, Jr. Clair Edward Morris, Jr. Charles Armon Jackson Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Alpha Gamma Rho was founded the best social, mental, moral, a a wider acquaintance and a br fellowship in a national organ 18,000 members. in 1 Ohio State. Its purpose is to develop in each brother and to promote rt of agricultural men through 33 active chapters with over Nu Chapter was initiated on Chapter is outstanding scholarship to develop. The social activities inclu Day Banquet, Pink Rose Ball, One of the high aims of Nu which all members are expected parties, Christmas Formal, Founders ' Strickland Morris Jackson Nu Chapter Spring Picnic Pledge Class Graham Allen Teddy Allen J. W. Busick Jennings Carland Herman Croom Felton Davis William Dick Carl Gentry James Gore Stafford Gray David Hopkins William Jasper Samuel Lambert Clyde Mabry Billy Moore Harry Morris Johnnie Olund Hany Page Larry Patterson Emmett Patterson David Proctor Hope Shackelford Joe Smith Reginald Stroud William Townsend [277] Gene Bostian Sherrill Brinkley Elbert Brown Ronald Brown William Cobb Emerson Deese Robert Hyatt Edward Lassiter Palmer Lee Robert Leonard Grover McPherson Claude Moss Ralph Siewers Kenneth Summerville John Teague James Vinson Charles Webb Talmadge Wiggins Joe Young Charles Younts [2781 Justus M. Ammons Officers FarmHouse Justus M. Ammons President R. Edward Brown Vice-President Robert R. Hyatt Secretary Sherrill K. Brinkley Treasurer The North Carolina FarmHouse installed on May 15, 1954, and received its charter as the of FarmHouse Fraternity. Since its beginning on the State Colleg 52, the organization has gained prestige through demonstrated ability in scholarship, leadership, intramurals and joint fraternity functions. Brown Hyatt Brinkley Pledge Class Picnic FarmHouse FarmHouse is a national, non-Greek was established in 1905 at the Universit of FarmHouse at Missouri, having in which would maintain high morals, dev, for high scholastic achievement while in college. With these def was adopted for the fraternity The national scope of Farm groups have continued to carry Each year almost every fraternities on their respect ' letter, social fraternity. The first chapter issouri. Seven men conceived the idea development of a social fraternity leadership qualities, strive worthy agricultural students the motto, " Builder of Men, " active chapters. All of these forth by the mother chapter. among the other Kappa Alpha Wayne Burris Officers Wayne Burris President Baker Harding Vice-President Jake Heath Secretary Jim Sutherland Treasurer Kappa Alpha was founded the Southern ideal of founder. The fraternity are expected to conform Southern gentlemen. Kapp south of the Mason-Dixon Alpha Omega Chapter was is the second oldest frater rsity in 1865 to perpetuate obert E. Lee, its spiritual thood, and the members d cultivate the graces of colleges and universities chapters within the order. tate College in 1903, and s biggest social function is the annual Old South B Harding Heath Sutherland Alpha Omega Old South Ball Pledge Class Ernest Anderson Paul Barton Mason Carroll Joseph Clement James Crutchfield Bachman Doar Frank Dunn Vernon Garrison Richard Grant Frederick Gregory William Griswold George Howard William Johnston Edward Nicholson John Pace Peter Ringgold Campbell Skinner James Sutherland Carl Wall Henry Young [281] David Barnhardt Robert Gunn Allen Heath Louis Kiser Robert Neely Keith Pooser Charles Shuford Bobby Smith Robert Smith Percy Thackston Elvey Thomas William Tripp [282] Kappa Sigma Rudy Johnstone Officers Rudy Johnstone President Bob Rankin Vice-President David Barnhardt Secret ary Bill Tripp Treasurer Kappa Sigma originated at the to many of the larger universities of and Brothers " formed the first of Virginia. Kappa Sigma has state. There are 100,000 Beta-Upsilon Chapter 23, 1903. Since that time Bologna in 1400 and soon spread december 10, 1869, the " Five Friends Sigma at the University at least one chapter in every College on February Rankin Barnhardt Tripp Sweetheart Pledge Class Ed Shook Lambda Chi Alpha Anderson Macrini Rogers Officers Ed Shook President Thomas Anderson Vice-President Dominic Macrini Secretary Robert Rogers Treasurer Founded at Boston U to be the largest nation colleges in the United States and . magazine, is published the state are located Gamma Upsilon Chapter has initiated over 400 men si interfraternity bridge tournam underprivileged childre in the Spring in conjunct! a Fraternity has grown located at prominent Crescent, " the fraternity Chi Alpha chapters in High Point. campus in 1924 and chapter sponsors the annual and an Easter Egg Hunt for Crescent Ball held in North Carolina. Gamma Upsilon Contest Pledge Class Thomas Anderson Stacy Barbour John Briscoe Sherrill Barton Lyman Harris Charles Hohns Oni Houston Calvin Lassiter Willie Lee Dominic Macrini Frederick Pearson Robert Rogers Gino Rota Robert Royster Edward Shook Sam Smathers Donald Somerville Peter Thomas Blake Auchmoody Stanley Berman Emil Cohn Neil Futterman Albert Grunfeld Robert Holtz Nathan Isaacson Richard Jordan Mark Laurie Carl Penney Norman Rosenstein Ronald Rough Michael Rutberg Robert Simons Frank Strauss Seymour Thum [286] Michael Rutberg Officers Phi Epsilon Pi Jordan Berman Michael Rutberg President Richard Jordan Vice-President Alfred Hoffman Secretary Stanley Berman Treasurer Pledge Class Lawn Party Phi Ep House In June of 1949, a local fraternity, Phi Epsilon Pi. Phi of fraternity, liberalism spark to weld together a s Today the fraternity is reputation on campus as a chartered into the national in 1947 under the These ideals furnished the e new charter. scholastic ranking and its Chi Chapter Pledge Class Phi Kappa Tau has since of ideals id knowledge, fellowship, and trinsistently high standards scholarship, honor, and in Locally Chi Chapter pledges, the white pleasant living. forty-five brothers and of fraternal life and Phi Kappa Tau Harry A. Osborne, Jr, Officers Harry A. Osborne, Jr, President Lafayette " E " Fountain Vice-President Bill Dempsey Secretary Donald W. Anderson Treasurer Fountain Anderson On March 17, 1906, four students to take action to break up a Kappa Tau. A relatively young into a national organization University in Oxford, Ohio, decided the campus. The result: Phi in its fifty-one years grown Donald Anderson William Ballard Theodore Ballenger James Bass Cecil Beumer Randolph Constantine James Corbett Aubrey Davis Bobby Ellis Lafayette Fountain Ernest Friar William Hawkins Montague Hicks William Israel Charles Lambright Walter Lane Robert Luther Augustus Moore David Myrick Harry Neely Ralph Nelson Harry Osborne Ralph Parker Richard Pearson Charles Rhodes Donald Rose Clarence Shipp Thomas Sparrow Joseph Spiers James Walker Bennie Ward Samuel Weaver David Weed Bobby Wilder George Williams [289] Charles Bassett William Ellis George Goolsby William Greene Edward Griffin John Hardy Harold Hicks Robert Jackson Pryor James Wilson Leggett Anthony Maltese Maurice McNeely Dow Perry Albert Roberts William Robertson William Robinson Richard Sanchez John Taylor Owen Tharrington Vernon Vaughn [290] Pi Kappa Alpha Perry John W. Copeland Officers Vice-President John W. Copeland Dow V. Perry Frank H. Overton John C. Goodman N. C. State ' s campus. igh character. This improve them- Pi Kappa Alpha, Again this year, Pika group of men foun selves and others a were numerous parties Of course, these me throughout the year, President Secretary Treasurer Pledge Class Bowery Ball Alpha Epsilon Robert Cline New House Is it posed? Pledge Class Robert Cline President Shelton Collier Treasurer Jerry P. Miller Secretary M. H. Morton, Jr. Historian 1904, at the College of Charleston, ged themselves to a lasting bond hat would flower from the seed ding the influence of the ity took place in 1907. The d mutual trust among its of Christian manhood and 20. To its members, Pi Kappa their colleg and the corner Collier Miller Morton Pi Kappa Pi Kappa Phi was founded on December Charleston, S. C. The founders, of friendship, had no idea of they had planted. With organization, the incorporation purpose of the fraternity is members; and to give to its good fellowship. Tau Chapter was established Phi is more than just stone of lifelong Officers Edward Avent Johnny Caudle Richard Clement Billy Deal Charlie Dowd Allen Foreman Bobbie Freeze Robert Greene William Herring Donald Hitchcock Douglas Jurney Dick McLean Robert Miller Jerry Miller James Neal James Parlier James Perkins Lonnie Poole Charles Ribelin Jennings Ridenhour Tommy Saieed David Schreffler Eddie Smith Charles Stephenson Gordon Adams Ken Alexander Ralph Boswell Tom Boswell W. T. Bradshaw Sid Briley Charlie Burkhead Dick Chalmers Jim Chambers Bill Gardner Bill Graham Bruce Hainley Larry Harris Fred Houtz Heywood Houtz Flash Lindsley Bob Lyne Chuck Martin Allen McLaurin Don Memory Frank Minter Roger Morrow Grier Park Joel Parker Charlie Patterson Jim Stevenson Rick Teague Tom Womble Sigma Alpha Epsilon Haney Grover Tighe Fred W. Houtz Eminent Archon Don Haney Deputy Archon E. B. Grover Secretary Richard R. Tighe Treasurer Pledge Class Pajama Party N. C. Alpha " There remaineth a lingering line, from one of our Founded at the first of the grown and expo Levere Memoria in 46 of the 48 Epsilon has always Alpha Chapter was and during this brief rightful place on help prove the worthines t of good fellowship rare. " This of Alpha Chapter. Epsilon was the it has gradually in the beautiful represent SAE Sigma Alpha mpus October 24, 1947, has risen to take its ambitions, it hopes to Fred W. Houtz Officers Sigma Alpha Mu Levine Ritter Robert Giddins Officers Robert Giddins Prior Sanford Levine Exchequer Sheldon Ritter Recorder Sigma Alpha Mu was College of the City of New friendship. The object of the fraternity among its sons a spirit in the hearts of its sons love among its sons such ideals a of true manhood, demos Sigma Omega Chapt had its beginning in 1929. From it high standards of scholars , November 26, 1909, at the themselves to lasting , is " to foster and to instill and maintain er and its ideals; to inculcate worthy of the highest precepts Theta Phi, which on, the fraternity has always main- Sigma Omega Chapter is the owner of its own house at 304 East Park Drive. Sigma Omega Happy Pledge Class Al Cassuto Robert Gardner Barry Gomborov William Israel Carl Jacobs Sanford Levine Alan Oremland Redmond Donald Reiter Sheldon Ritter Norman Samet Mark Schiff Michael Solomon Larry Speizman Herb Vitale [297] John Arnold James Arthur Joel Bennett Neil Birch Richard Brooks Arron Capel George Cochran Thomas Coleman Gus DeHertogh Bobby Deans Yancey Elliott Darrell Fleming Joe Hall Bob Hubbard Louie Hughes William Kay Loyd Kirk John Lane Terry Lathrop Roy Lathrop J. W. Lazenby John Lindsey William Little Andy Mason Kenneth Matthews Phillip McKenzie Neal Monroe Thomas Moore Ray Morgan John Newlin John Parker James Peden Robert Pittman Reginald Ponder George Robertson Ernest Ross Benton Satterfield Eric Smart James Summers Samuel Walden John Walton John D. Arnold Sigma Chi Officers John D. Arnold President George Maxwell Robertson Vice-President Robert Lynwood Hubbard Secretary Joseph Louis Hughes Treasurer Sigma Chi Fraternity was established University, Oxford, Ohio, on June 28, 1855. Since that time is has of 128 active chapters the United States and initiates. After two years existence as Chi Sigma, Delta Epsilon Chapter was established on May 15, 1943. With its own chapter house Chi takes an active part in all campus activities. Among of the fraternity are winning the fraternity intramural straight years and having sing group that takes part in many activities on campus. Robertson Hubbard Hughes Pledge Class Sweetheart of Sigma Chi Delta Epsilon Sigma Nu Gordon Hawkins Officers Gordon G. Hawkins President Charles B. Hummel Vice-President Harold T. Reed Recorder William A. Hardister Treasurer Hummel Reed Sigma Nu had its beginnig Military Institute by known as the Legion such as the badge, were teaching, and friends Beta Tau Chapter it the oldest fraternity Beta Tau Chapter has of existence. " . .. To believe in the Life the Light of Truth, this is the I Creed of our Fraternity. " Founded at the Virginia , Sigma Nu was early manifestations, virtue the essential 895, thus making during its sixty years Way of Honor, to serve in of Sigma Nu—this is the Beta Tau Chapter Dinner Party Pledge Class Dewey Boseman Weldon Bass Richard Bickel Richard Bryant Horace Bryant Thomas Buckman Wilbur Corson L. B. Coulter Ernest Donahoe James Hays Charles Heilig John Heinbockel Charlie Honeycutt Howard Johnson Robert Marriott John Montgomery William Rogers Robert Thompson John Waddington Thomas Whitehead [3011 Dallas Abee Ernest Arthur Bevan Barringer Donald Bean John Brockwell Claude Broome George Brown Joseph Bryant Rodney Carroll Larry Carter William Cashion Billy Churchill Gene Clemmer Joe Cochrane Alex Efird James Harris David Heinzmann Robert Justus Bobby Kemp David Kersey John Lake Bob Lawrence John Lively Rooney Malcolm Harold Martin Morgan Massey Charles Mateer William McGee Tom Novak Gerald Parker Dwight Payne Lennart Peterson Robert Poovey Earl Pope Victor Reitz Bruce Richmond Mike Rowe Hugh Sanderson William Schul Dan Smiley Eugene Smyth Max Steelman Wayne Wright Basil Turbyfill Lloyd Walter Perry Williams Kellis Williard Sigma Phi Epsilon Robert Lawrence President Hugh Sanderson Vice-President Charles Mateer Controller Tom Novak Secretary Sigma Phi Epsilon was founded on November 1, 1901, on the campus of Richmond Sanderson Mateer Novak Pledge Class Duck and Hink Sig Ep House since its founding Sigma Phi Epsilon of over 49,000 brothers chapters almost every imp ortant College in Richmond, Virginia. In the 5 has grown from a small group of all over the world. Today there are college and university in the The chapter is active in all cam of the highest on campus. One of which is held in conjunction with Beta Chapter at State CoIl fifteenth national chapter. The present is located at 2512 Clark Avenue. Scholastically the Sig Eps are one kends is the Carolina Sig Ep Ball chapters of the Carolinas. arter in 1905, making it the ouse, purchased in 1948 by the alumni, Robert Lawrence Officers Sigma Pi William B. Bullock Officers William B. Bullock Sage Grady H. Sykes Second Counselor Wayne W. Miller Fourth Counselor Henry H. Cockrell Third Counselor of Sigma Pi, making it one on campus. The highlight of the year annual Founders ' Day Banquet and Ball. All active members and sent for this gala weekend. Sigma Pi has approximately with the Executive Office in Elizabeth, New Jersey is published quarterly. University, Vincennes, lish brotherhood and " to scholarly, and set a high Sigma Pi was founded on Fe Indiana. The purpose organize the most worthy standard of manliness became Rho Chapter On May 28, 1921, Starting last year, Rho trophy to the fraternity on Sykes campus whose pledge class has average. Miller Cockrell Rho Chapter Take one, Grady Pledge Class William Booth Jimmy Caddell William Culbreth Carroll Dixon Junius Fisher Eric Fournier Richard Gardner Benny Herrin Leslie Hill George Jackson Bill Mayo LeRoy McCall James McLester John Mercer Henry Norman Daniel O ' Connor William Page Herbert Rose Austin Sansbury Fred Scott James Seago Robert Snead Jack Stitzel James Story Rice Strange Paul Sykes Dewey Tedder Christian Witzke Charles Carter Thomas Curtin Richard DeCoste Donald Farley Walter Farley Charles Gotuaco William Hanrahan Carroll Harris David Haworth Charles Jenkins George Makely Robert Phelps Gerald Presson James Shuping Bynum Westmoreland [306] Richard D. Hewitt Officers Kappa Epsilon Harrill Seay Curtin Richard D. Hewitt President James W. Harrill Vice-President Robert T. Seay Secretary Thomas P. Curtin Treasurer Pledge Class Just Rolled Beta Beta Tau Kappa Epsilon was founded versity, Bloomington, Illinois " not for their wealth, ran The basis principles are Alpha Lambda Tau a TKE to the South in at Illinois Wesleyan fraternity of men chosen worth and character. " of a local fraternity Tau Epsilon brought State College in 1947. members have shown scholarship. The chapter has in sports, student gove nders ' Day Banquet, the Highlights of the Tek Carnation Ball, and the social activities, scholastic of the college, TKE emphasized the work, and participation in the Theta Chi J. Lee Hauser Officers J. Lee Hauser President James F. Cook Vice-President L. Lew Beaman Secretary Murdoc B. Murchison Treasurer Theta Chi Fraternity was founded Apri 0, 1856, at Norwich University, Norwich, Vermont. From this beginning 100 year he fraternity has continually expanded until it now has 120 chapters on I d university campuses. Delta Rho Chapter was ins intentions are to make the to make the chapter house a with reasonable comfort and into the finished product of May 17, 1952. Our chapter ' s t e for each member ' s home; live, study, work, and play socializing the new pledges teach them principles of self scholarship; to encourage them government; to aid them in that comes from to aid them to become better to gain the self-confidence an ticipation in campus activities community and the world at large. their fitted for distinguished service to Cook Beaman Murchison New House Delta Rho at IFC We Won Rodney Bell Lew Beman Ray Buckner Bob Carpenter James Cook Charles Fisher George Holmes William Kivett Jackie Sparks Bill Sharpe Joe Taylor Robert Wells [309] Jane Wayburn Sponsor for Bill Graham, Agromeck Editor Becky Jo Benson Sponsor for Rick. Teague, Agromeck Business Manager Pat Bunch Heywood College Editor Rossie Humphery Allen McLauren, Military Editor Nancy Jo Ryan Dick Chalmers, Ann Carlson Charlie Patterson, fraternity Editor Dottie Cammer for Joel Parker, Sports Editor Ginny McPherson for Alex Hall, Assistant Business Manager Barry Bowen for Rudy Johnstone, Feature Editor Martha Adams for Gordon Adams, Organizations Editor Technician Sponsors ANN ANTHONY for Terry Lathrop, Editor CAROLYN LANE for John Lane, Business Manager Fraternity Sponsors BARBARA LOVE Kappa Alpha MARGARET RAINEY Pi Kappa Alpha CAROLYN MACKEY Tau Kappa Epsilon SARALYN PRICKETT Phi Kappa Tau ADA LAWRENCE Sigma Phi Epsilon ELLEN LEBER Sigma Alpha Mu JO ELLEN WILLIAMS FarmHouse ELIZABETH COCKRELL Sigma Pi IRIS MERRITT Sigma Alpha Epsilon GAIL ZIGLAR Theta Chi LOIS MALO Phi Epsilon Pi CAROLYN WALTON Pi Kappa Phi BARBARA BURNS Sigma Nu ANN HILL Alpha Gamma Rho MARJORIE HOHNS Lambda Chi Alpha ANN ANTHONY Sigma Chi MICKEY SHUFORD Kappa Sigma BARBARA LOVE sponsored by Kappa Alpha JEAN GOODWIN sponsored by Phi Kappa Tau interfraternity Queen and Court MARIE COOKE sponsored by FarmHouse SANDRA MILLER sponsored by Sigma Chi DIANA STAMPLEY sponsored by Sigma Chi Let me help, Dad, I learned that in kindergarten Mr. and Mrs. Go To State A break from the studies You mean you don ' t like Bach? Does he have homework again? See, Mommie, Daddy wasn ' t asleep With mustard A goal post souvenir The only thing Carolina had pigskin Consolidated University Day sponsors Then there was the one about ... Pickin ' s Now coach? This is an end run??? Number puleeze NATIONAL BANK Home homecoming home Coming Greeks collect food for underpriviledged But I had Dr. Mitchell for strength last semester The chain taps The students go to the polls You case the second floor, Louie, and I ' ll drive the getaway jeep. C. U. Talent Show A typical problem in curvilinear motion Dig that crazy ice-crusher The Blue Tower Yeah! I heard Showalter misplaced an exam! Intramural Athletics parties party WHITE WOMEN dances Football Coach Edwards gives the team the word. Hunter carries the mail against Carolina. Pepper, Michaels, Edwards, Brewbaker. Coaching Staff Under the expert coaching of Earl Edwards the Wolfpack showed much promise in its third year of building. State won the opener against Carolina 26-6, a feat that a State team had not accomplished in 14 years. Although the Wolfpack ended the season with a 3-7 record, the students are expecting big- ger things from the team next season. [338] Guerrieri Franklin Pepe Gall Bob Pepe, State ' s glue-fingered end, catches another one. Dick Christy, State ' s jet propelled halfback romps for yardage. Numerical Football Roster Katich Szuchan QUARTERBACKS No. Name Hometown 12 Bill Franklin Farmville, Va. 15 Colbert Micklem Hopewell, Va. 16 Tom Katich Pittsburgh, Pa. 17 Frank Cackovic Steelton, Pa. 18 Ernie Driscoll Pittsburgh, Pa. LEFT HALFBACKS 20 George Marinkov Lebanon, Pa. 21 Jay Margerum Absecon, N. J. 22 ' Dick Hunter Leechburg, Pa. 24 Ken Trowbridge Plymouth, N. C. FULLBACKS 31 Wallace Prince Cairo, Ga. 32 Arnold Nelson Charleroi, Pa. 33 Tony Guerrieri Orange, N. J. 34 Steve Vitek Lansford, Pa. 36 Don Hafer Port Clinton, Pa. RIGHT HALFBACKS 40 Dick Christy Brookhaven, Pa. 41 Dave Meloni Pittsburgh, Pa. 42 Ron Podwika Charleroi, Pa. 43 Bill Adams New Castle, Del. 44 Mike Miller Allentown, Pa. CENTERS 50 George Scott _ _ Elizabeth City, N. C. 51 Dick Goudie Downingtown, Pa. 52 Jim Oddo Wilmington, Del. 53 Allen Henery Merrick, N. Y. 54 Paul Balonick DuBois, Pa. 55 Ronald Savage __ Chincoteague, Va. GUARDS No. Name Hometown 60 Bill Rearick DuBois, Pa. 61 Francis Tokar Charleroi, Pa. 62 Julius Compton Durham, N. C. 63 John Barchiesi Greensburg, Pa. 64 Larry Cox Greensboro, N. C. 65 Ed Hordubay Windber, Pa. 66 Frank Marocco Aliquippa, Pa. 67 Jim Sherron Fuquay Springs, N. C. 68 Kelly Minyard Reidsville, N. C. 69 Joe Rodri Downingtown, Pa. TACKLES 70 John Szuchan Phoenixville, Pa. 71 Tom Guerrieri North Braddock, Pa. 72 Darrell Dess New Castle, Pa. 73 Dick DeAngelis Reading, Pa. 74 Henry Spivey Garner, N. C. 75 Larry Dixon Washington, N. C. 76 Jack Harriger Falls Creek, Pa. 77 Francis Palandrani Wilmington, Del. 78 Bob Paroli Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 79 John Daskal Fayetteville, N. C. ENDS 80 Jay Beacon Pittsburgh, Pa. 81 John Lowe Delmar, Del. 82 Don Miketa Baden, Pa. 83 Bob Kennel New Bern, N. C. 84 Dave Odom Plumtree, N. C. 85 Bob Pepe Pittsburgh, Pa. 86 Ronnie Gall New Castle, Pa. 88 John Collar Washington, Pa. 89 Finley Read ____ _ Warrenton, N. C. Denotes Lettermen Katich, junior quarterback, Scampers on the option play. Oddo Palandrani Marinkov in a tight spot against Carolina. State ' s forward wall stands like a rock as it stops a Carolina man for a loss. Pepe rambles after catching a pass in game with the boys from the Hill. Prince Cackovic Collar Tokar Don ' t grit your teeth at me, Bub, " You hit him high, I ' ll hit him low, " says to Collar. Miller DeAngelis Hunter Lowe 1956 Football Results Rearick State Opp. 26 North Carolina 6 6 Virginia Tech 35 7 ' Clemson 13 0 Florida State 14 20 Dayton 0 0 Duke 42 0 ' ' Wake Forest 13 14 South Carolina 7 7 Penn State 14 14 Maryland 25 94 169 Marinkov Compton Christy Hunter sweeps end against Carolina. Basketball Case gives the word from the bench. The Wolfpack opened the 56-57 Season with three straight wins before dropping one. Although still under the coaching of the " Old Master, " Everett Case, the team was weak because of the loss of about all the five from the preceding season. The pack found itself about mid-season with four speedy and accurate shooting sophomores dominating the five and has played fine ball to date, 21 Feb., when this copy goes to press. State ' s big center Bob Sietz hides the ball from the Duke Quintet. [344] State ' s John Maglio flies through the air with the greatest of ease, as he fights for a rebound against Pitt. Maglio Hafer Results ' 56— ' 57 State Opponent 97 Pitt 85 73 Wake Forest 63 66 Penn State 60 94 Clemson 96 61 University of South Carolina 75 76 George Washington 72 90 Eastern Kentucky 73 76 LaSalle 83 79 West Virginia 107 85 Duke 92 63 Florida State 58 57 University of North Carolina 83 66 Maryland 79 81 Ft. Lee 62 80 Virginia 63 75 Clemson 71 87 Virginia 60 98 University of South Carolina 85 79 Duke 72 49 Maryland 56 Richter goes into the air to flip one to Hafer under the basket. Cliff Hafer gets set to push one in as Richter looks on in anticipation of another two points. Maglio demonstrates his specialty by driving in for a lay-up. Pond Clark Pucillio Waters Hafer hooks one in against Penn State. Kelly Goodrich Hey John, who ' s the man with the basket ball head? Bell MacGillivray Pond and Sietz pull in a rebound. Hopper Sietz Richter Kessler Hafer fights off three Pitt players in a scramble for the ball. Baseball 1956 RESULTS: 14-5-1 The above players are the back bone of the 1957 team. Pictured are, Front Row: Hurst (SS), Bradshaw (2B), Hunter (LF), Hill (RF). Second Row: Casteen (CF), Hafer (RF), Walch (P), Creekmore (38), Franklin (P). State Opp. 4 Cornell 4 15 Michigan State 10 6 Amherst 5 8 Wake Forest 10 5 Colgate 4 15 Duke 11 10 Clemson 7 2 South Carolina 3 8 Wake Forest 7 6 Virginia 2 23 Maryland 1 7 North Carolina 4 6 Wake Forest 2 12 Maryland 1 5 Duke 7 6 South Carolina 3 5 Clemson 1 4 North Carolina 8 27 Virginia 8 5 Duke 9 Creekmore slides safely into third. Swimming Results of ' 56 Season State 53 Clemson 30 State 49 U.S.0 32 State 55 Duke 27 State 53 East Carolina 30 State 51 Pitt 33 State 37 U.N C 47 State 50 Virginia 34 State 42%2 U.N C State 59 E.C.C. 25 Front Row: Adams, Robertson, Fadgen. Second Row: Harrison, Climo, Hauss. Third Row: Lassiter, McAntyre, Kahl, Hughes. (Absent when picture was taken, Marks.) Fadgen doing the Butterfly Stroke in his All-American Style. Marks, State ' s diving ace, in a half-gainer, Track State ' s leg man zips across finish line in ACC meet. 1956 Results North Carolina 75 Clemson 431 2 State 401 2 Virginia 64 State 501 2 South Carolina 471 2 State 69 East Carolina 57 Wake Forest 37 Duke 951 2 State Davidson 69 State 62 Hayworth and Shea are way in front in run at Cow Palace. wrestling Front Row: Peed, French, Hales, Matthews, Troutman. Second Row: Newberry, Maltese, Dail, Cutts, Broyhill, Draughn, Coach: Al Craw ford. State Opponent 3 Virginia 21 15 Davidson 16 8 Maryland 28 21 Carolina 1 0 13 Duke 19 9 Appalachian 21 34 Wake Forest 0 Advertisements STILL WIDE OPEN THE GATES OF OPPORTUNITY Our American inventors and scientists, backed by our remarkable industrial know-how and skills, may seem to have produced today about everything it ' s possible to produce. Those with little faith in our country and its future would have us believe so. 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