Tennessee Technological University - Eagle Yearbook (Cookeville, TN)

 - Class of 1959

Page 1 of 366

 

Tennessee Technological University - Eagle Yearbook (Cookeville, TN) online yearbook collection, 1959 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1959 Edition, Tennessee Technological University - Eagle Yearbook (Cookeville, TN) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1959 Edition, Tennessee Technological University - Eagle Yearbook (Cookeville, TN) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1959 Edition, Tennessee Technological University - Eagle Yearbook (Cookeville, TN) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1959 Edition, Tennessee Technological University - Eagle Yearbook (Cookeville, TN) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1959 Edition, Tennessee Technological University - Eagle Yearbook (Cookeville, TN) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1959 Edition, Tennessee Technological University - Eagle Yearbook (Cookeville, TN) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1959 Edition, Tennessee Technological University - Eagle Yearbook (Cookeville, TN) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1959 Edition, Tennessee Technological University - Eagle Yearbook (Cookeville, TN) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1959 Edition, Tennessee Technological University - Eagle Yearbook (Cookeville, TN) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1959 Edition, Tennessee Technological University - Eagle Yearbook (Cookeville, TN) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1959 Edition, Tennessee Technological University - Eagle Yearbook (Cookeville, TN) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1959 Edition, Tennessee Technological University - Eagle Yearbook (Cookeville, TN) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 366 of the 1959 volume:

Eclifor-in-Chief DIANE A. HARTNETT Copy Editor AMANDA ANN MURRAY Business Manager CLYDE FLYNT Chief Photographer LAPSLEY C. EWING, JR. Director of Publications DR. GUY STEWART l959 VOLUME 34 A FAMILIAR SCENE: The Library Tower and perch of the "Golden Eagle" MEN'S QUADRANGLE has West Wing added Page 2 Eagle Presents Pictorial Histor Nestlecl i11 cleep purple llltlllll- tztins, blessecl by a golden sun, stztncls Tennessee Polytechnic Insti- tute as a syinbol ol' tl1e stutlent's col- lege life. Tennessee Tech, as it is eztllecl by its studeiits, is 21 co-ecluezitioiiul, state supported college located be- tween Nashville uncl Knoxville. Evidence ol' pliysiezil expansion ol tl1e college is visible at every glznice. The 1HCHlS tlLl2ltll'I11lglC has bee11 Coinpletecl on tln'ee sicles, with tlie lront l'ClI1OtlClCtl to l1211'111OI1lZC with the Georgiuii zn't'l1itectu1'e ol' the eznnpus. 'l'l1e renovation ol tl1C .'xtlllllI1lSL1'ZlliOIl Building is Tztpiclly progressiiig :incl the School ol' Busi- ness is now lovzxtetl i11 Kittrell Hall. A-Xezicleiiiie progress may be notecl i11 tl1e zulclitioli ol' 21 gracluzite school ztnrl ilClCP21l'llIlClll0liIJl1llOSOIJl1yZlllfl psychology. A testing and counsel- A FOND MEMORY: The serenity of 'che quadrangle in early morning ing service is available to help stu- dents determine their interests, abil- ities and aptitudes. College offers a range ol chal- lenges and a galaxy ol experiences to be recalled and contemplated later. So always there is a need to create and to preserve a meaningful image of one's college days. The EAGLE is primarily a pic- torial record ol college, but the edi- tors and stall have attempted to pre- sent not only the surface facts but to reveal the inner meanings of the student and his values and his as- pirations. Here are those daily "little events" one olten overlooks or takes lor granted as he stands in the midst of them, but which become i1n- portant as he casts a backward glance and remembers. 1, The staff, attempting to depict and capture the essence of the spirit of Tennessee Tech, submits the l959 EAGLE to the student body, for its approval. THE DOME of the women's new dormitories stands high above 'che Cumberland plateau-a symbol of Tech's progressing magnitude v-w-"""' w,,...,-A Page 3 Wa :dir wtf' l. 'x K rw- 4, 2 .si-2: s .w i I f fu 9 Ah 1. , Q wg? . 1'2'y"--g:Q1f:fifg5: 'Y ' " "fi Wie' A ,Q Q I gif ww mg 35,503 . M Qiigigffwgw V' Q N, 23,5 3 N :wig fs' 'S wi M figs M .Zigi ww, ,A kg 1 . wL,4 'F ' ,, is 4 X 4' Q wg 'N ,Y ,5 A' ' Q ii' I 103 qw! ,K wig 3' ' .K WJ? . B , M1 fe' 5, '45 N Y pg .SRA PM 1. .jig Wh , iw rn? B5 Rggggf ,'.' - '45 A C0 Administration Page 8 Classes Page 18 Student Liie Page 112 Activities Page 134 Features Page 152 Military Page 178 Athleties Page 194 Organizations Page 248 Advertising Page 306 Eagle Staff Selects Iattie Sue Cooper Emerson once stated, "The only way to have a Iriend is to be one." Following this rule, Bliss Mattie Sue Cooper has become a friend to all who know her. Her maternal-like devotion to the students is manilested in her daily actions, which express the depth and sincerity of her personality. This year lor the second time, she has served as co-sponsor for the Pep Club and is sponsor lor the senior class. She has given unsellishly ol' her time and energy to almost every group on the campus at one time or another-as a chaperon lor the EAGLE-Orrulff picnic. as a substitute dormitory supervisor, as librarian, judge for debate competitions, and as advisor for homecoming floats. May Day activities or dance themes. A Tech graduate, Miss Cooper possesses the ability to gain the conlidence and the trust of those students whom she knows. She is never too busy to offer a word of encouragement. or to give a suggestion to those who need her. She can handle the problems of the uncertain fresh- man with the same deftness and ease with which she aids the more certain upperclassmen. Students, faculty, and alumni are equally im- pressed with her enthusiasm and love for Ten- nessee Tech and her sincere effort to be a friend to each student. She will be remembered for those multitudes of little kindnesses which she has performed for so many students. She has worked in the Tech Library since the Iall of l945. She is a member ol' the American University YVomen, honorary member ol' Phi Kappa Delta. speech fraternity. and a member ol the Tech Faculty XVomen's Club. ol' which she is a past treasurer. Her courtesy. sincerity. earnestness. friendli- ness, graciousness and unsellishness are only a few of the reasons why XVe, the EAGLE stall. are proud to dedicate the l959 EAGLE to Nliss Nlattie Sue Cooper. a friend of Tennessee Tech. MISS COOPER IS A FAVORITE chaperon at the dances Page A "-A'- - ' .. xl 2.5 w ix 89 Q Q is bf sk we WE fn sg m 5 5? 5 as gi as 93 : Rv 1 ?i 14 1 + X 5 E , - ,. wm.wz12 ADM! STM l0N PRESIDENT EVERETT DERRYBERRY Derryberry Reflects Techie alues, Ideas The nature ol' anv eanipus depends on the respon- siveness. the inoods. and the attitudes ol' the directing hands. ln this wav. Tennessee Tech rellects the values and ideas ol' its president. Everett Derrvberry. :X distinguished scholar and athlete in his own un- dergraduate days, President Derrvberry personilies the highest traditions ol' the spirit ol' Tennessee Tech. He is regarded as a inan ol' thoughtlul vision and under- standing, with a paternal devotion to the college. Since his coming to Tech in lflflll. he has witnessed inanv innovations in the Tech wav ol. lile. He antiei- Page 10 pates and expects an even greater advancement in the school's prestige. Tech is indeed lortunate to have as ehiel execu- tive a inan ol l'orc'el'ul leadership and hold optiniisni, who is dedicated to the task oi' guiding Tennessee Tech to luture greatness. Assisting the President in his inany ollicial duties, is Mrs. Joan llerryherry. A gracious and niuch re- spected lirst lady, Mrs. Derrvherry's warmth and liriendliness have endeared her to all who know her. State Board Is Governing Bod 'llhe Slate liozml of Fchicutioli, the policy inzikiug hotly lor the 'feimessee IJCIJEITLIHCIIL ol' l'lllllC2'tli0Il. is clireclly 1'CSI7UllSilJlC liO1'll1C21tlIllill- islrzxiioii zmcl control ol' leimessee 'l'ech. llC?1lilillgll1C problems which an evei'-iilcrezisa ing C1l1'UllIl1CI1L poses lor Lhe school. the Bozuml works diligently to solve the iuevilzihle prob- lems ol' lilizmce zmcl cu1'ric'uli1m. Meiuhers of Lhe Slate liozircl ol' Ellllfklllllll ili- chule: Cloveruoi' liLll'01'ClEllillgLOllZ -Ioe Morgan. Sl2ll,C commissionei' of CKlllC21liO1lI zmcl bozuwl membeis who are 2lIJIJOilltCil by the g0VClWllOl' liom each ol' Lhe grzuicl clivisious ol' the stale. 'lihe lillllllf holcls unliiuilecl possihiliiies for leimessee Tech, and with the compeleiil guid- zmce ol' the llOZ11'il. 'l'ech will sirive liorwarcl :incl upwarcl. BUFORD ELLINGTON, Governor of the State of Tennessee STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION-First Row: J. Howard Warf, Mrs. Sam Wilson, State Commissioner Joe Morgan, Mrs. Ferdinand Powell. Kolwych, Norman Frost, James Williams, Ernest C. Ball, W. R. Landrum, Edward L. Jennings Second Row: Clarence Q-msg, Page 11 ii A ii ZII1 Hllrmnriam Once there was a sincere, unpretentious n1an who per! lormed his daily tasks quietly and ellieiently. Then one day his smiling face was gone lrom the campus, yet one re- members many things about l1in1. Perhaps he is remem- bered as a lriend, or as a man who placed his duties to otl1ers beliore his personal duties. He was a friend to doctors, deans, business and civic leaders, professors, his fellow workers and to the students. He is remembered as a man who did that which was neces- sary to the best ol l1is ability. A dependable man, he was always willing to tackle any task which confronted him. His greatest reward was the personal satislaction he found in doing his work well. He loved 'lennessee Tech and he gave her Countless hours and minutes of his days. It is said there is not a single building on the campus which does not bear the touch ol' l1is hand, for l1e personally saw to it that the b11ildi11gs and the grounds were properly maintained. A 111an who loved God, l1e lound the duty which was nearest to him. This duty he did conscientiously epitomiz- ing the l'aithl'ul, diligent adniinistrative worker. This was Otis Carroll. His memory will be 'ian echo and light. unto eternity." OTIS CARROLL, late Superintendent ot Buildings and Grounds ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF-First Row: Mrs. Edna Austin, secretary: Mrs. Billie Bell, college nurse: Lee Bralrebill, secretary. Second Row: Kathleen Brown, secretary: Mrs. Nancy Caldwell, secretary: Beulah Clark, accountant: Mrs. Gay Heard Cowan, secretary: Mrs, Gladys Crawford, dietitian: Mrs. Jilda Davis. secretary: Mrs. Louise Eblen, secretary: B.A. Fox, Student Union Manager. Third Row: Mrs. Jo Frogge, assistant accountant: Mrs. Martha Horne, secretary: Mrs. Frances Hunter, dietitian: Mrs. Mary C. Jones, secretary: Linda Faye Johnson, secretary: Wilanne Lettwich, assistant registrar: Mrs. Louise Lewis, secretary: Mrs. Wilma Massey, secretary. Fourth Row: Mrs. Betsy Moore, secretary: Frank R. Moss, assistant maintenance engineer: Mrs. Laura S. Paris, secre' tary: Hazel Wall, secretary: Mrs. Gene M. Warren, secretary: Herbert West, postmaster: Mrs. Helen White, dietitian: Frances Williams, cashier. .5 Page 14 so-sv' Training School ls Lab For tudent Teachers l'lUl,l11'C teachers, who will obiain degrees in eles nieniary education, receive practical leaching training at Lhe Tech Training School. Correlaterl with the School ol' Eclucalion, the student-Leacher prograni noL only acts as a lab- oralory for Tech education studenls but also provides a regular elementary school lor the chil- clren ol' the ininierlizue arca. This exiensive classrooni leaching, which is re- quired ol all eclucalion niajors, is clone uncler the supervision ol' the regular school stall. It is Ol' innnense value lo Lhe sluclenl-teacher since the chilclren pose inany problems which he will lace in his chosen vocation. The Tech Training School was deeclecl Lo the college by Puinani County so the besl possible lacililies niigln be secured for the Tech education niajors. The school iiselli has eight classrooms, caleleria, health clinic and a band rooni. T'Valclo Power, a gracluale oli George Peabody, is principal of the school. I-ACULTY-First Row: Mrs. Mary Ann Byrom, Second Grade. Second Row Mrs Rose DuBois First Grade Kaul Fincher Seventh Grade: Collie B. Jared, Sixth Grade: Mrs. Amy Johnson, Third Grade: Mrs Marjorie Meadows Librarian Mrs Mozelle Medley Fourth Grade: Mrs. Barbara Pangle Eighth Grade ,ZZ BASKING in the warm spring sunshine is the Tech Training School where the apprentice first meets the master C. P, SNELGROVE, Librarian i - Q Llbrary s Volumes Now Total 80,000 Uuclcl' lbc sprczul wings ol' thc "Golden linglcf' xlic Tech I.llJl'2l1'y stands us 21 symbol of lcuriiiug. Containing 2llJIll'0Xlll12lLCly 80,000 volumes, Lllc lllJl'2l1'y' is supcryisccl by C. P. Snclgrove. Rcccul zlclclilious I0 thc lllJl'21l'y iucluclc 21 hi- liclclily 1'Qc'o1'cli11g system. ll rccorcl librzxry :xml n llllK'l'0l:lll11lllg mzlcliille, which prcscrycs copies OL mrs books :mal lllJl'Zll'y rcforcls. 65 LIBRARY STAFF-First Row' Mrs Jo Ann Boling secretar ' Mrs Vir inia Brown assist " . . , y, . g , - ant librarian. Second Row: Alberta Cameron, periodicals librarian: Mattie Sue Cooper, sift i associate librarian: Mrs. Christine Jones, assistant librarian: Roger G. Jones, catalogue librarian: Mrs. Margaret Prescott, assistant librarian. THE GOLDEN EAGLE, symbol ot Tecl1's spirit, surveys the campus atop Tecb's library Page 16 Ti-IOSE PERSONS WORKING at the main Ioan desk seldom receive an idle moment I .-uma-manage... ,W,,....,..gf- MAIN READING ROOM is filled with students in pursuit of knowledge STUDENTS with stack cards may select their own books Page 17 f 3 J 2,4 gg: ,. QQ? 5 'sie w N .Qu ng" ,wk-jf Vg' , . I, 5 I - -"- 1 ..,. ,, f fi- if ' xi fx - " '.1,:,:,:::::::::::f:::::w.- ,ggmms ,,, ,, , 3. ' ' 4S""'8m. 4' W Wmgs 'Q +V. vw- -K, m, - 'aw Q' N K 5 V 1 5. v v K , H Y , 52.5, A 51 1 fl 5' ' 'I N ' 'li!W'f YQ if H K H ' r X Q' 'ff' ' fix? A ff f , " - . Q 'f ,fy K ' ' . if fy , Y NX wgigx--'gg ,V ,gxg x L 9 M Q , F H' RQ-by A A+l 3'N V W F9 XM gg. iii ,A ..-A' 8 U gf , 'V 1" ,. ' 1 M 0 K' ' A . K 2 li , 1 ' 'b Q ' 'M ' ' . 4 f 'Na ff! sf 5 X Q' , i "X-', Ns, , A if wgig W, Y .M 1, f fgfn 3 V A , , If ,if Q ' ,ff i, dai A N g Q52 sg-Q, f .,., Q 1 5 Y H, Y' V Q A, ff W V ,, QA' 5 'Q f A " I . I' W 3 ' gfyfz V 3? ff, X hll uk , fy " dd 14 4 1 Y ' f if 3 'W gf k XV H sf IK V sf 4,-5 ' kk , ' 1 9'.W,5g . V 2 A ,, Q1 X jk W Q fl NM . r af 2 lv' Q in A' W , x 1 A ' f "' N- I fx . .Q 'ff v ' Q ,, J wir RQ wx 6 ' f fx 'i 5-- ' 'S 15- F. . ' ' J lin F XV' i if if ."6 ' 4452: A A -4' , 3 , X ga? m uhm 0 . uf 1-355 E 5 2 9 A -..- . .,, vi' , w ' 'W 1 J' Q i ,N K ,,... ,ff X, X- f , ff 1 1 E., an XQHQ., fs A M . Q4 ,fv3' 'fm wfktgyg? aw! 3' , Z W 'vw gilt, 192, 1,511 V A -gtk 3 4 If if 03? ugmiiwaxia KR lx ff 4 xiii I-H-NE 5: vfif 41 ., -' - 'Fi"" -'xpmjaq KM AJQJQQB N i . 1' , 'R fi FA.. 'Y 55.41 The Four Year Drama Ends With Graduation For the senior, the rurtain is slowly closing and 1 D bringing with it an encl to the four-year drama. which has been an integral part ol' his lille. The acacleniic search for knowleclge has almost encletl. The hours ol' work on the newspaper or the year- book. that last-minute tourhclown. anal the May Day tlance are now treasurecl memories. These are the memories that enhance the seniors intan ible s Jirit of K pricle in Tl ennessee Fl ech. his alma mater. Alter four years of working ancl living together, the Senior Class Officers Prcsirlfvzt , . , , .XVAIJIC SMITH Vim-I'ru.sff1f'11t t s , ,.,. -IINI LONG Yll'1flI.S'Il1'l'f Dokornv NICRAP1 Sl'I'Vt'fllly' NAxc:v Sm-tok seniors lincl themselves suclclenly on the brink of en- trance into the worlcl. Graduation is a vivicl reality. The senior is truly a part ol' all he has met. In this all important year comes the realization of those goals ancl icleals for which he has aspirecl. In complete charge ol' all Nlay Day activities, the seniors are also responsible lor preparing the Alumni lounge anal serving as hosts cluring Homecoming. This years May Day festivities were eenterecl around the presentation ol? May Queen Pat liearclen anal her royal eourt. Decorations clepictetl a perennial springtime atmosphere ol' blossoms and utilized spring colors. Members ol' the royal court were attiretl in mint green, kelly green, royal blue, lreneh blue and rose retl. The senior stancls at the top ol' the aeaclemici laclcler, but he can look back with pricle at his years spent in Cookeville. He has macle lasting frienclsliips, and preparecl himself professionally for the future. The senior has become a part of Tennessee Tech antl Tene nessee Terh has become a part of his past. DR. PAUL HOLLISTER TELLS Carolyn Whitson and Betty Hackett about nature trail markers Page 21 DR. T. J. FARR, Director of School of Education Dr. Farr received his Ph.D. in l93I from the University ot Colorado, with postgraduate work at the University of Chicago and George Peabody College for Teachers. He is faculty sponsor for the Tech Christian Association and the Student National Education Association. Educators Train School Personnel Ill Loclziys worlcl ol scieiililic aclvziiicemeiili ziiicl lust- pacecl society, ai good ecluczitiou has become increas- ingly llll1J0l'l,2llll. zuicl these same C011ClltlOllS21l'CilCIIl2lllil- ing more ziiicl better lieziclicrs. The 'lcch School ol' Ecl- ucalioii is lrziiiiiiig l'C2ll'llC1'S Lo iiieel the challenges ol' the clay. 'llhe School ol' lfllllfllllilll has severzil lliiiictioiisz the professional Lrziiiiiiig ol' public school personnel: the guidance ol prospective teachers aucl the encourage- mem ol imereslecl persons to enter the lezichiiig lielcl: :incl the promolioii ol resezirch. Iiicluclecl iii the School are the ClC1J2ll'llI1ClllS ol music, eclucizuioii, ziiicl health and physical ecluczilioii: a B.S. degree is ollereil in each clepartiiieiil.. Dr. 'lf Farr is cliiecloi' ol' the School. Eleiiieiitziry ecluczilioii inzibiors receive the p1'ziclic'z1l beuelils ol zxcluzll teaching at Lhe 'l'ech 'liziiiiiiig School. 21 iiioclerii school located Zl short clisluiice lroiii Llie main cuiiipus. :Xl'1'2ll1gClHC1ltS with the Pllllllllll County School BO2ll'Cl provicle teaching lzicililies all Cookeville Ceiilizil lor secoiiclary ecluczilioii Illll-l0l'S. The School also coiiiributes Lo the iiiservice irziiii- iiig ol' regulzii' school persoiiiiel with S2ll.lll'il2ly classes ou campus, oll'-czimpus workshops, aiicl PZll'llCllJ2Ill0ll iii special ecluczilioiizil conferences. lu ziclclitioii lo pro- fessional ii-aiming. ecluczilioli students receive Lhose sul:- jecis necessary lor 21 'iXVCll-1'Olll1ClCKli, college eclucalioii. ACTIVITIES of the health and physical education department are centered in Memorial Gym MAURICE HASTE, Department ot Music P. V. OVERALL, Health and Phyiscal Education Facult First Row: Mrs. Reba Bacon, Mrs. Thelma Bertram, Raymond H. Brown, Mrs. Joan Derryberry, William Dupes, Elsie Jobe. Second Row: W. J. Julian, Charles J. Keene, James B. Marks, Jewel Nolen, Judy Orr, Malcolm Quillen. Third Row: Eugene W. Steinquest, William B. Stradley, Mrs. Maude S. Terry, Walter Wade, Powell Whitfield, Oriole Wisner Page 23 EDUCATIG Page 24 TECH CAFETERIA WAS SCENE of annual Alumni Association Banquet lilxtuck, XIAIUQ1' DAN, 811:11-111, 'l'C1ll1CSSCCQ 115. in lilententtiry Edu- t'aticn1, Student National litlttratitmtt Assoeiatioti, '59. llAI.D11'lN, RUPIQRT I.1c0N, fll2l1'li1'2ll1gC, Tennessee, 11.8. in liletnen- tary lidttttatiott, SlllllCl11 Ntttitnial lidtttation 1-Xsscwizttiott, '56-'59 BIQLI., 1fST1iLL1i 1V., Ctmkeville, 'l'ennessee, 13.5 in lilententary lidu- ctition. 1l1..1c.1t. NI.1kt5.xR1-.1 Sl'l.XNNli, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, 15.8. i11 lile- ntentary Ed11t'atit1n, Student Xzttinual l'lCllll'11ll0ll ,Xsso1'iz1tiot1, '56- '58, EAGLI1 Stall. '57-'58, Assistant Business Nlanztger, '58, Clmrtts, '58, Choir. '58-'59, llR1'I'Nl-'I.I., JOAN N1f1aI.1', titmltexille. ttctntesseeg 13.8. in l'llL'111C11l211'y l'lll1lC'2lllU11j Kappa Delta l'i, 12121 N11 Chapter, '59, Transfer frotn lTniversity of Tennessee, Nlartin llrtuult. BROWNING, BE'l"l'Y1C Rfxmtas, l'11lt1ski, Tennessee, 11.8. i11 Iilentenl tary lidttcatitmti, St11de11t National litlttcation Associatiott, '58-'59, Secretary, '59, Kappa Delta Pi, '58-'59. llRL'NIXIIiTT. Hmxyxktm 11111111-1. ll1'1'tlSlU11'11, 'l'e1111essee: 11.8. in lile- ntetttary Education, Student Xtttionztl lidttcation ,1ssot'iatio11, '59, Veterans Club, '58-'59. CARLIZN. 11'AI.'r1iR 1X'111'rstJx. tlnokexille, Tennessee, 13.8. i11 Health and Pl11SlL'21l litltuatiuti, Health and Pltysical lfllllfllllllll Club, '37 '58 C11AN1mI.LR, NIPLL, lllttkeley. Georgia, 11.8. in Fle111entz11,y lidttca- tion, EAGLE Stall, '59, .1lll11l11lSl1'i1ll011 Editor, '59, .Xquatitt Clttb, '57-'59, Vice-P1'esident. '58, .Xqttatie Club Queen, '58, Student N21- tional Iidufation lXSSllL'l2lll011, '57-'59, Pep Club, '58-'59. CI..1Rk. .10 XXXL, Old l1icLtn'1, Tennessee, 15.8. in llealth Zlllil Phxsical lidttcatiou: Baptist Student l'nion, '56-'59, 21111 Vire- President. '57, YWA Relnesettttttixe. '58, Summer Nlissimrary, '57, Tech Cl1ristian Asstmtititiutt. '56-'59, Cabinet Nlentber. '57-'59, 'l'CL'l1 ll'U111Cl1'S fyfgllllllllllllll, '56-'5El. 1'i1'e-l'resident, '58, 11111111 Presideni, '57, Home 1-lcottotttics Clttb. '56, Health and Pltysical lidttcatiott Club, '57-'59, 12AtLI.1-1 Stall, '56-'57, Club Assistant, '56, Clttb liditor, '57, lfootball Queen, '57, 'l'Cl'l1 Sweetheart, '57, lI'lm's l1'lm in Allllffilfllll Collegfzx' nur! l'11i1ft'r.vilif'x, '59, ROTC gx1fC11tl1111l., '58, Cheerleader, '56, Choir, '56-'59, ,Xquatie Club, '56, l111.l'111111l1'L1l Council, '58, Ornrle Stall, '58, CROULJ1-1, 1. 1'all Mall. 'l't'nnessee: 11.8. i11 I1lLl11SlI'l2ll Arts lidu- tatitm, Yeteratts Club, '56-'59, Industrial Arts Club, '56, Indttstrial 'I'et'l111ol0gy Club, '59. Citwlxltxus, 1N'11.l.11xx1 Nloomy SIJCIICCIQ 'lenncsseez 13.8. in 11ealtl1 and l'l1rsieal l'ltllll'2lllll11Q .Xquattit Clttb. '51-'51, Club. '53-'51, 'l'et'h Aggies. '51-'53, llealth and Pltysical lidttctttiott Club, '53-'51, '58-'59, Switnmittg '1'C2l111, '52-51. JOHN "WlNDY" HOLT and Ed "also Windy" Mason help with the Jan Garber Dance Decorations DAVIS, BONZA AV., Jamestown. 'l'ennessee, B.S. in Elementary Edu- eation. DILLDINLZ, ANNA RUTH, Cookeville. Tennessee, B.S. in Elementary Education, Student National Education Association, '56-'58, Tech Women's Organization, '56-'58, Oracle Stall, '57-'58. DILLON, NORMAN EUGENE, Algood, Tennessee, BS. in Health and Physical Education, Health Zlllti Physical Education Club, '57-'59. UOXYDIE. AYILNIA INIQZ. Cookeville, lennessee, HS. in Elementary Education, Student National Education Association, '59. DUBOIS, ALt:II-1 EI.IZABE'1'H, Cookeville, Tennessee, B.S. in Ele- mentary Education, Student National Education Association, '58- '59, Pep Club, '58, Transfer from Stephens College. RXIERTON, CLIN DALLAS, Celina, Tennessee, ILS. in Health and Physical Education, Health and Physical Education Club, '57-'58. ENGLISH, AVILLIAXI HAxII.Ii'I'I'. Franklin, Tennessee, B.S. in Ele- mentary Education, Veterans Club, '55-'5El. Secretary, 358959, Stu- dent National Education Association. '55-'59, lennessee Education Association. '55-'59, Gym fllllll, '58-'59, Society of Business, '55-'56, Pep Club, '57-'59, Prince of Personality, '59. Ew'I'0N. VIVA QIIQAN, Chattanooga, Tennessee, l5.S. in Health and Physieal Education, Health and Physical Education Club, '55-'59, Secretary, '58: Kappa Delta Pi, '58-'59, Church of Christ Student Croup, '55-'59. Secretary, '58, Student National Education Associa- tion, '56-'59, Pep Club. '57-'59, Cymnasics Club. '59, liech XYomen's Organization. '55-'59, President of Dixie Hall, '5SI. Board Member, '58-'59, ll'11o's lllllll Among SllltiI'Ill'.Y in f1lIl!'7iIIlH Colleges and l'1IiIfeI'silit'.r, '59, Intramural Sports, '55-59. Ifickeusox. lJAkRr1LL juttoxti-i, lirlanger, Kentucky, BS. in Health and Physical Etlucation, Health and Physical Education Club, '57- '59, Football. '58, All-Conference. '58, Intramurals, '57, Track, '58. l"INl.EX', Expt l.lflf AYILSON, Algootl. Tennessee, IRS. in Elementary Education. lfI.A'1'T, l5II.I.II-1, Cookexille, Tenncsstre, B.S. in lilententary Education, Student National Education Association, '57-'58, President, '58, Church of Christ Student Group, 57358. Ifoesr, DI-II.0RlS -IIfAN. Lake City, Tennessee, ILS. in Elementary Etlutation, Student National Education Assotiation, '57-'5Sl. EDUC TIO Page 25 EDUCATIO Page 26 GARRETT, JAMI-is Al.1.l-ZN, AlcAIiunville, Tennessee, ILS. in Music Education, Music Club, '56-'59, President, '58, Pi Alu Sigma, '57-'59Z Kappa Delta Pi, '58-'59, Music Educators National Conference, '58- '59, Tech Troubadours, '58-'59, Leader, '59, Choir, '55-'59, Chorus, '55-'59, Band. '55-'59, Nladrigal Singers, '58-'59, Ceorge S. Shanks Music Scholarship, '59, Four Teens, '58-'59, Brass Choir, '57-'59, lVl1o's IVIIU AIIIIIHQ' SIIIIIIWIIX in AIIIt'l'it'Il7l Co1lf'g1'.r null l'lIIi1lUl'.lHl6.Y. GOOLSBY, VPICIJIJY CLYNN. Cookeville, Tennessee, ll.S. in Industrial Arts Education, Industrial Arts Club, '56-'58, GRAHAM, l,AllLlNli, Pikeville, Tennessee, B.S. in Elementary Educa- tion, Cafeteria Club, '57-'58, Student National Education Associa- tion, '57-'59, Reporter, '58, Secretary Sophomore Class, '58, Ilome- coming Queen, '58. HACKETT, Til-i'l"l'Y BURFORD. Carthage, Tennessee, ILS. in Ele- mentary Education, Tech Women's Organization, '55-'58, Tech Christian Association. '55-'58, Student National Education As- sociation, '55-'58. H.Al1KLl-IR, lltlon C., Decatur. Tennessee, ILS. in Health and Physi- cal Education, Health and Physical Education Club, '56-'58. Hmvkuss, Hl'Zlil,ZN HARRIICT, Nashville, Tennessee, ll.S. in Health and Physical Iiducation, Health and Physical Education Club, '55- '59, Pep Club, '57-'59, Aquatic Club, '55-'57, 'Cafeteria Club, '57-'59, Tech X'Vomen's Organization, '55-'59, Student National Education Association, '55-'59, Gymnastics Club, '58-'59, Baptist Student Union, '56-'59, Secretary, '58-'59, Tech Women's Organization Scholarship, '58, Intramural Sports. '55-'59. H1-iucai-Lczoiu, filllfS'l'l'1R l,AwRl-ixeii. Crossyille. Tennessee, B.S. in Alnsie Education, Alusic Club, '57-'58, Pi Mu Sigma, '57-'58, Tech Troubadours, '57-'58, Hukkt-LN, Hi-ZRMAN l,., Baxter, Tennessee, l5.S. in Industrial Arts Education, Industrial Arts Club, '59, HOLT, CIIARLT-iS Sl'Al2liY, Alorristown. Tennessee, ILS. in Health and Physical Education, Health and Physical Education Club, ,51- '57, Football, '5-l-'56, HOXVARD, Rom-1R'r VAUGIIN, Cookeville, Tennessee, ll.S. in ln- dustrial Arts Education, Industrial Technology Club, 58-'59, Bas- ketball Team. l5l-'55, Hufifixrs. Scsasxi-1 l'1-ikkuksox. Nashville, Tennessee, ILS. in lile- mentary Education, Health and Physical Education Club, '56, Future Teachers of America. '57, Student National Education As- sociation, ,5S-'59, Kappa Delta Pi, '57-'59, Tech Christian Associa- tion, '56, Tech Womens Organization, '56. IARED, CLARA CILIT, Bullalo Valley, Tennessee, BS. in Education. JONES, l"RANt1iis MARK, Chattanooga, Tennessee, ILS. in Elementary Education, Home Economics Club, '56-'57, Student National Edu- cation Association, '58-'59, Vice-President, '59. .loNt:s, RoNAi.u l'iVl'1Rli'l"I', Albany, Kentucky, BS. in Industrial Arts Education, Industrial Arts Club, '57-358, Industrial Technology Club, '59, Vice-President, '59, Student National Education Associa- tion, '57-'59, Kappa Delta Pi, '59. KAGl.l-ir, NANCY CAROL, Knoxville, Tennessee, ILS. in Elernentary Education, Kappa Delta Pi, '59, International Relations Club, '58, Student National Education Association, '57-'59, Band, '59, Aquatic Club. 58: Choir, '57-'59, Tech AAVOIDZIIIQS Organization. '57-'59, lfreslnnan Dormitory Counselor. '58-59. Kt1LI,, CARLTON ju.-xx. Copperhill, Tennessee, ll.S. in llealth and Physical Education: Health and Physical Education Club, '5ti-'59, Treasurer, '59, l"reshmau Football Team, '5ti. KYI.lf, FRANc1lf,s OPAL, Liberty, Tennessee, li.S. in Education. I,EAc:n, llokorin-1A l'iI.IZABETII, Oliver Springs, Tennessee, 15.8. in Elementary Education, Student National Education Association, '56- '59, Health and Physical Education Club, '56-'59, Gymnastics Club, '59, Tech Womans Organization, '56-'59, Pep Club. '59, THE UPS AND DOWNS of the All-Campus picnic held in the spring quarter at Cumberland State Park ll00l'liR, AARON C.. Cmmkcxillc, Telulcssccz ILS. in FlClIlClll1ll'y liclu- muliou, Student Nzuimull liilllilllflllll Xssorizalionu, 589591 Vclcrauls Club, ,56-'59. Xlt2C.xNIJI.l2SS, RUBY kIl'Nli. l.ix'iugs10u, 'l'cl111c'ssccg BS. iu ElClIlL'lllkll'y l-liluczuioug Student Xzilimml lftlllfklllllll .X5SIYl'l1!llllll, '57-'591 Cluu'm'b uf Christ Stuclcul Cmup. '58-'59, lcch XVUlllL'll'S Orgzluivzuimi, '57- JU. Nlctllalll-LL1, XYIl,l.l.XXl Nl,x1.l:0Lxl. Nlulln-rrp. Tcuncssccg ILS, iu llkfllllll and Pliysicul l'lllllC1lIl0llI HC1lllll :xml Pllysical lllduczuiou Club, '57-'59g Tcuuis lczuu, '58-'59, llIll'1llIllIl'1ll lcuuis, '57, 'lublc lCllll1S, qu-119. Pzulcllc Bull, 111-nfl. lruck, nf-119. Loulbzlll. 118, Iiuskcllmll, '5S. NIc:I.1f.xN, SARA Xluugkl-11'. Xushxillc. 'lrnucssccz BS. in I-ilciucuuuy l-lmlucutiong Society of Business. '33-'Mig gClIClll!'llll Scicurc Club, 'Sli- '37g Pep Club, '37-593 'liccb xvillllflllx fflgllllllllllflll. '56-'SSL liourcl xlCIlllJCl', '59g Sllllllllll Nllllflllfll litlllillllllll .XSSUCl2lllIlll. 'Sli-'59, Wcslcy Fouudzuiou, 'SS-'59, Diwic Hull Yirc-l'1'csiclc:11t. 59: liAc:1.1f Stull, '59, Tefll Clll'lSll1lll .XssUL'iz1lirm. '56-'59, l l XICRAF. DOR0'l'uY ANN. Xaislivillc. 'I'ci1iu-swag BS. iu lflCIlICllllll'f l lflllltlllllillj Stuclcum Xzuiouul Education .XSSI'l'l1lIl0ll, '57-'59, Pup l Club, '57-'59. SCL'I'CIillif', '59, Tech XYcuucu's Organization, '56-'SSM l IQAGIL Staff, '58-'59, XYCSIQV Ifflllllilllllllll, '56-'59, Tefll Clll'lSIl1lll ,Xs- sucizuion, '56-3593 Scuiur Class S6C1'LI21l'f. 'SSL XIMSRY, 105112 CLIO, Cookeville, 'licuucsscvg BS. in l"llCl1lClll2ll'Y lid- llfillltlll. Xlxxxlxra. IQDWIX XYAYA1-'. Cluulmmuugi 'li-uucsscc. BS. in Hush l".lllll'llll0lIQ Music' Club. '35-'SQQ Pi Nlu Sigma. '36-'59, Nlusim' limlu- lulors Xllllllllill clUlllkL'l'Clll'C, '38-59. l,liL'ilill'lll. '392 TCl'lI lllllllllll' mlours. '57-58: 'I'cc'b Clmir. '55-'59, 'lccb liauui, '55-'59, Yiu'-l'rcsi- mlcul. 'SSI ROTC lhuul. '53-'59, C0!lllIl2llIllL'l'. '58, 'lcfb lhtlss Cboir. '35-1795 Buplisl SllItlL'lll l'uiuu, '55-59. liuplixx SlllilCl1l l'ui1m Choir llll'CK'l0l', '58-'59, Nlxlcllx, Rlflll l'lRXlfSllNl-'. Nuwluillc. li-iiiiussccg 13.8. in lQIcnu-iunry l'kllu':lIicu1: Sllllll'llI Nilllllllkll liclllfzllirul XSitll'l1lllOl1. '56-'.':9g Pctl: Club, '56-'59 SClI'L'l2ll'X, '37-IHS: 'Iecb ulOIllCll'S Orgzuiizzuiou. 'Sli-'59, XYCSIQ l'.0llllllllllUll. 'Sli-'39, lub xVUlllCll'5 fllgllllllillllbll Snlmlnr- ship. '59, Xlulsl-.RIu'. Rl'lll. Cuukcxillv, VIVCIIIICSNCCI ISS. iu lilCIlIClll2ll'f limlu- tillltllli Siusluul Xllllflllill lfllllikllllllll Xsmciuliuu, 'Sli-Tull, Umrlr' sn ll' ws- Cl -W ' ' ' - ll , : . .Numb ul l.b1'lsl Sluclcul cvlllllll. .ilu-ml. l'llII.l.lPa. flL.XI'Illl-' l.l4I4, Xlcnixlcltv. ll'lllll'NsL'L'j ISS. in l'llClIlClll1ll'N liclunzui . l'1caR.xx1, . - f X. A -' I. C' 'AiL"1 ' . il ' 3 '-i1 g mr ,, 'ff-'.',1 ' 1 ia' 1. '."-T.. clcul. 'ff . sim' Club. '55-'5.l: Xlusim' lflllllllllllii Xnliouu 1 '1u', 'Y'-T., 'caiic , '.'.1 11'r'fA .'.'.1 il .TY- '.',gA :N A .ff Q A '., A- Q Z,. Y "clue ' . 'cu u '43 ,Q ' 2: 1 1 vsiu T 'z ' 2 'z 1 z -1 'z ' I , 'Q' -7. 2 Bus 'clbzlll "H . '.'.'-'f., la A . 'ff-'.'.. ..... . , 1 EDUCATIO HQ --up 116' Page 27 SENIORS IN TRADITIONAL caps and gowns walk across quad 'For their HSIISSPSICIHSH 1 1I.1ixI11NS, -juss Il., Ki11gs11111, ,I-LTl111LSS , I1 S Ill H1 11111 ll11I Phwsl Ii1I111'z1li1111g I-10111111 211111 PI1ysi1'11l 1111111111111 fI1lIJ 11 9 1'11s11 11 ':19. 1'111.s1'11N, l'111.1.1,N -1111'1:11, 1l:111'i1111111 11111115111 ISS 111 F1c111111 . 1i1I111'z11,11111g 8111110111 N111i111111I 11111111 1111 ss1111 1 9 IXIPPI l1c11:1 Pi. '58-'59, ,IIl'C21S111'C1', 595 111 1 111811111 Xss1111111 , 1511111.11 8111111 '59, l'1111I.l11, IEAIQISARA -IILXX, R11ss11II1:. K-1 11, , 13 S 111 1 1111111111115 1111111113 gl111ICl1I Nz11i111111I 1i1I111'z1l11111 Xss11111111111 f lx 1 1 ljl'II2l Pi. '58-'59 1111-l'1'csi1Ic111 11 lk11s11 L11 fI1ll1 1Il11'is1 SI1l1ICl1I G1111111, 'Bti-159g 112.11111 S1111 18 PII 11111 X111111111s 01'g1111i111li1111. '51i-139g I"2lLllIIf' S1'l111l11s f 11 111 411111 11 .Slu1l1'11l.1 in .-111l1'1f1'1111 C11ll1'g1:1 nm! 1111111111 1111111 I111sk1'1I1z1ll, '59, R.1111aR. S11.1R11x .Ili-XX. 0111111111111 ss 111 111111111 . I'11Illl'21l11111Q slll1ICl1l X111i1111z1I I'11Ill1 1111111 X S11l1ICl1l 1'11i1111, '57-'59g 'I'c1'I1 W11111111 1 1111 1 1111111 Girls 15111511111 1'1'1-si11c111, 58: 01111 1 1 1 11.111sf11 1111111 1 11 1111! IICIIIICSSCC SILIIC llullcgc, '57. R,1s1:111f. l1.1x11fs CL, Sl7lll'l21, VI'C1111 ss 1 111111 lll ROSS, 1,1111 I1U1'1Q1.,XS. I,2lI111Cl', VIICIII 1ss11 SS 111 '111 Il l+I11111'z11i1111g Hc11I1I1 111111 l111ysi1'z11 11111111111 18 S1f1.1,. li.. CI1'11ss1'iII1f. '1'c11111fss1r1 1i1111g 1111I11s11'i11I .X1'1s lil11I1. '55-'BSL 159g CQIIICICYIII CIKIIJ, '57-'59, S1-i11'.11111, R111.1..1x11 li1'1:1.x1f. R111- 1i1I111'11111111g Pi XIII Sigma, '57-'59 '38-1393 N111si1' I'11IllC'2l1111'S Nz11i1111z1I 111111 1 19 P10110 1 X111s11 CII11l1, '511-'593 YlflC1'2l11S 1111111 111 111 1 11111 111 11 ll , 1393 II'C1'I1 1311111I, '56-'59: '1'111'l1 C11 111 111111s ,59g N1111I1'igz11 Si11g131's, '58-'39. S11111:141.1f1'. S11'111.1f1' .11'N1-1. 1311111 111css11 111 111Cl11111W 1i1I111'z11i1111: 5111110111 X:1t11111I 111111 ll s1111.1111111 I111ptis1'S1111I1t111 1'11i1111. '591 I'C1'I1 11111 I 11. I11 111111 111111111111 C H111 W "1 2 I11 S1x1Q1.1J1'11x, 5.111.111 1i1,1z1111c111, 1311111 51111 111w11 1 11101112111 l".1I111z11i1111g 81111113111 X111111111I 1111111 111 Xss1111.111 ITII. R1'11111'11'1', 4191 1111111111 111 f.I111Nl 8111111111 C 1 1 cIIl1Il, 1:93 li,11Q1.11 811111, 'HS-T9. S11111x111111f, j1111Nx1 R., 11111111111 11111 lll 1 ll H11 1 .1 l'I11si1'z1l I'..1Il112l111l11Q 1-10211111 211111 PI1xs11. . 11111'11111111'11I S11111'1s, 157-'59, SXIIIII, -IAKIK 11211 1.111-1, 0111 1111-111 1 1111 111 1111111511 .1115 1i1I111'z1111111g 1111111s11'iz1l 'l'c1t1111111 1 .' 1111- '111 ." '-'f.1 ' I .':'.: 1 ' " 111011 L' ' 1 MATH COURSES REQUIRE deep concentration 1 N 1 LKNLL I l l X811 l 1 K 1 Rl XIJXII x 11111111 1 111111 1 M 1 11111 111 1'1G11lL '1 1. 11111 1 ' 1, 1 11111 ' . . -. 'T 3 -' I " 111111 1 ff'-T.. I-1" 1'CN11' .T 1 11'- CN 111 cl' "' C.111111'1111111. .1hA111l: 5lll11l'll1 N11111111111 1'.11111.1111111 .Xv1111.1111111. .11-.151 11lN1fY. 11111115 11111. 011.1 Rulgc. 11-11111w1'1'3 11.8. lll 1'.11'11ll'l1llll'1 1i11111'11111111g 5111111111 X11111111111 1i11111'11l11111 Xsw111'111111111, '56-'593 111111111 11111 l'11u1111 1111111111111 C1111 '37'3l1' 1'L'l' 1111111 'W' fN11l1l'lYl11i 'I'R.xl'P. P11151 1T.XRl.1-X1-'. 5111111111110 '1'l'1l1li'N5l'l'1 13.5. 111 1'11L'1IlL'lll2ll1' 1111111111111111: Sc1'1'c1111'1:11 Sl1C11lU f11l11l. '5111 11-111 11111116114 171151111111- 111111, 511959. 151111111 X1l'Ill1lL'l'. T391 Slll11k'lll 1411111111111 1i11111z11i1111 .Xs- s111i11111111, '57-'SEL DUCATIO ww 'g :5,.:5:.:geQ:,1::.,:-.1515 l.111.1-'x1'. NIARY 131-1.11x11. 121111111-xiI11-. 1L'1il1CN9L'CI 15.5. in 1511- 111112241 ,hw . .,1.,..,. 74? 111181, NIAR1' lIl'1.1.X. Nl11111111111-. 1'111111ws1-1': ISS. 111 1i1111l'l111Ul11 10111111 111-1111 Pi. '51sf3f1. 1. -5 X1'l11lm11X. X1.XRY !.1R11l1N, 1I1111111'111I1'. 1t'1l11L'NNCL'Q 15.8. 111 1'.1111111- - -1 111111: 1'llI1111C I11111111'1x 111 X1llC1'1Lkl1. 1111-.111 1x1111p11 11111121 1'1. .Y1'lP111 .A ww Slll11L'1lI Xll1111111l1 1'1111l1l1l11l1l .bs111'iz1l11111. T18-'.7S1g Wcwlcy 1-'1111111111- 111111, '51i-'SEL XYI1.llI'l'li. N1.XR'l1N 1'1l'1:l1Nl-'. Sl72ll'12I. I'111111'ss1'1': 15.5. 111 1i11'1111-1111111 ..,.. : 1".11111'111111113 5111110111 N1ll11l1llI1 1'2C1l1l2ll11l!1 Xw111i11111111. '511-H7143 Y1'11'1'1111s , ...- ... , . , . . ...- ..., -,,- . f.1ll1J. 411-uh: f.111l1'l11 111 C.111'1a1 SllI111'll1 1.1'111111. .11-.mhz 11'1111s11'1' 1111111 11111111 1.1lJ5l11ll11l f11111L'Q,L'. T111. 121111 M 1 D"3S5i3ESf5,'Wi.'4"M1ww'P'i?C3A"33-1WWW 1M1.m,.1 11'1l.1111Rs11X. 1'lf1.1:N XXX. Xloss. v1'i'll11l'Ni1'l'1 11.5. 111 1",1L'1ll1'1111ll'N 15" " 1 1f.1l111'111i1111g 5111119111 5111111111111 1'111ll1'2I11lill XQN111111111111, 131135111 f111lIl'l1I -. 111' f11ll'151 8111111111 K-1111111, '511-139. ..:-."- , -X-. 1 1Yi1.1lS. CILYIJI-' 1'11DX1'.XRIl. 0111 H11111111. v1'L'1l1lL'SSL'L'1 15.8. 111 11I11llS1l'11l1 ' ig. .f' .Xrlw li1111111111111: 5U11L'1X 111 1411x1111'w. '51-'T13 f.l1,L'lL'l'12l C11111. '311 111' 1 1111N11'11l1 X115 f111I1l. T11-'.'17: 511111111 11I 1111111s11i111 ll'l111l1111lg1, T183 lg -1' K-l'1IJ1I1llIS.'37-'33, ge rg? 1 1 - . 1 .. 1 A , .-- 1 XX111111.x1.1.. N1111x1.xx XX1111:111. 1.C1J2lllflll. I1-11111-111:11 13.8. 111 Klum' RE.. In .... 1 .1-- I V..V.V 1".1I111'111i1111g Nl11S11 f11l11J, '55-'58, 1'1'1-41111-111 .llll1 Yi1'1'-l'1'1'Si111-111. ll-17' ,I 1583 N1llN1l' 1i11111'111111's 5111111111111 f11lll1R'l'L'1l11'. '511-58: l'i X111 S1g'Ill21, """"' 1 .,..., '51if58g B111111, '33-'BBQ 111111113 H311-'SSL 1111111111 '33-1381 N1ll11l'1g211 Sing- CIA. '57-'SSQ 1S1'11ss 111111111 'Sli-'5Sg '1Cl1l 'l11111111111111111's. 57. . 1 1 111 Y, g X 121233312 -S814 . ARK Page 29 LOUIS JOHNSON, Director of School ot Business Administration Mr. Johnson was graduated from the Bowling Green College of Com- merce with a B.S. in I932. He received his LL.B. from Cumberland University and his M.A. from Northwestern in I940. Mr. Johnson, who came to Tech in I936, is a member of the American Accountants Association. Kittrell Hall Houses School of Business Directed by l.ouis Johnson, Jr., the School ol' Busi- ness :Xdminislration is located in liittrell Hall. Have ing moved at the lirst ol' the H58 term lrom the .Xdmin- istration Building, the School now has a permanent home in the renovated East Hall, which was named lor T. YV. Kitrell, lormer bursar. Having a two-lold purpose, the School prepares stu- dents lor the teaching ol' business subjects in secondary schools and at the same time trains the luture business leaders in the lields ol' accounting. management. bank- ing. secretarial practices. salesinanship and merchandise mg. Curriculum lor the School ol' Business .VXdministra- tion ranges lrom secretarial courses such as typing and shorthand to the more specialized courses such as eco- nomics, money and banking, and cost accounting. In addition to technical training. a liberal education can be attained through the students selection ol' electives. The School is composed ol the department ol' ae- counting, headed by -lohnsong the department ol' man- agement, directed by Dr. Edward Cornelius: and the department ol' business education and secretarial science, headed by Mrs. Ray Kinslow. The School does not offer the general B.S. degree but instead a B.S. degree in business administration, which is more valuable to the graduates. Business majors meet the requirements for a secondary school certificate to teach in Tennessee. REMODELED EAST HALL was named Kittrell Hall and now houses the business administration school ' A . aw-m, 1 11-lffrwx W ' A -f I 'f QE' -if - . "" "'5' :5i i :3i'.-. , 5 A 'fbi ' ' ' ' - - - " Z L' -. - J - - -:-:i -LL.: 15. 4. r V: K f ' . , Q . 3: V -3: : ,5.:- - - ' :W HWFM E if Ee it gf. X Oni Q mi he Q A-fig, is fi Milf E 5 s ax H' . gg? will ...XM ne w .WM .Nw .,,,..,,, .v . wm a., X -. ,W . .. - - . ,, W 4 .Q 6 A WFWW . .,., . . .. - 'F :Qs 5 . af " mid i .g Q CEUUC kwin-wani BNN' Sqlaraiiwlrti 3-alms lamimm DR. EDWARD G. CORNELIUS, Business and lnduskrial Management MRS. CURTIS KINSLOW, Secreiarial Science and Business Education DEPARTMENTAL HEADS FACULTY First Row: Harold E. Ayers, Mrs. Billie Bowling, Norman G. Busse, Mrs. Billie Cameron, Don R. Cook, Jerry L. Crawford. Second Row: Eugene Jared, Mrs. Virginia Johnson, Mrs. Virginia Plummer, Forrest H. Pollard, John Poteet, Homer N. Williams Page 37 SINESS ADMINISTR T10 Page 32 .X1t1J.-xky, Wl1.1.l,xxt Roni-'Rl'. Oakdale. Tennessee: l3.S. in Business Nlanageinent: Society lor the .Ktlianteinent oi' Xlanageinent. '56-'58: Society ol' Business. '57-'5S: Veterans Club. '56-'58: International Re- lations Club, '56, l3Ac:t:1f'r'l. Riucix IJ.. Old Hickory, Tennessee: B.S. in lnclustriul Nlanageinenl: Society lor tlie .Xtlyanceinent ol' Nlanageinent, '58-'593 Intlustrial xlllllllgflllflll Club. '58-'59. BARNES, 'lllluxlixs l"R.XNKl.lN. Oltl Hickory, Tennessee: B.S. in lnclustrial Bl1lllZlQCllIClllQ Tennessee Society ol' Professional lingi- neers. 'Bog Society ol' Business, '57-,591 Society for tlie .-Xclyancenient ol' B'l2lll2lgClllClll, '57-'SSL BARRY, llAYwUt1l1 CLMR, Lebanon. Tennessee: B.S. in lntluslrial Xlauagenteut. li,-XTTS. Xl.1s1fk'1 TQIJWIN. Xaslnille, Tennessee: l3.S. in lntlustrial Nlanagenieul. T31-1A'1'x'. Pixlsy lJ1fl.oRrs. Clerelantl, Tennessee: B.S. in Business litlueatioug Society of Business. '5li-239: Secrelaiial Science Club, '56- nflg lecli XX olneu s Organization. oh- 59. l3r1.I., FRICIJ 'l'.u'l.ok, Chapel Hill. Tennessee: l3.S. in Inclustrial Xlanageinent: Society lor tlie .Xtlyancenient of Nl2lllllgCllll'lll. '58-'59. BICKIVORIJ. l'AlTl.lNl-1. Pikeyille, Tennessee: I3.S. in Secretarial Science: Cburcli ol' Clirist, Stuclent Group, '57-'58, Secretary, 258: Society' of Business, T57-'59, Tech Wonien's Organizations, '57-'59: Pep Club, 119. RULING. ylollx R.. Nashville. Tennessee: l3.S. in Inclustrial Nlan- agement: Iilectrical liugineers Club, '52-'Sli Cafeteria Club. '53-'5l3 Teeli Christian .Xssociatiou Cabinet, ,555-'55, Vice-President. '55g Rebel Rifles, '52: .XIITCTTUIIT Institute of l-Ilettrical Engineers. '52-3: Society for the ,Xtlyanceinent ol Managcnient. '5El: Tech Choir, '52- '5l '57-'W' Crxplious Club TT'-'53 .,. .., .. ,.-... BOX. SL'li RAY, Cookeyille. Tennessee: B.S. in Business Iitlucaliong Secretarial Science Club. '5li-59: lfuture Teacliers ol' .Xnierica, '57- '58g Wesley lfounmlation. '51i- 59. Recording Secretary. '5r3: Tecli Baucl, ,515-57. BRINK, TYA1.'l'l4'R lfR,tNt:li4, Iawrenceburg, Tennessee: B.S. in ln- tlustrial Management: Tennessee Society for Professional lingineers, '56-'57: Mechanical linplineers Club. '56-'59g Xewnian Club, '56-'59, Presiclent, '58, Society lor tlie .Xtlyanceinent ol' Nlanagenieut, '5!l. BRYSON. -lixxllfs Klfl'lll, Oak Ritlge. VIQCTIIICSSCCQ B.S. in lntlustrial Xl2lll2lgl'lllClllQ Society lor tbe ilclyanceineut ol' Xlanageinenl. '58-'59: Society ol' Business. '5ti. '58-'5Sl: lecli Nlen's llorniitory Association, '59, sm-cot-5-'ini-will-t-1-. 'ESL I l3tJRk141, l-ZARNI-tsl' lfR.xxKLlN, Oltl Hickory, Tennessee: B.S. in In- dustrial Nlanagenientg Tennessee Society of Professional lingineers, '55-'5Kig Society ol' Business, 358: Society for the .Xclyaneeinent of Manzigeinent. 2523: T-Club, '57-'58: Pep Club, ,583 Vice-Presitlent of Sophomore Class. '56, VTCC-l,I'CSlllCIlK, '57, Bachelor ol' llgliness, '58, Fl'CShlll1lll autl Varsity Basketball, '56-'58. BURNS, l,1coN C1.1-1vla1.,xNn, JR., Sliernmn, Texas: B.S. in Business Nlanagenient: T-Club, '55-'59, Vice-President, '57, President, ,58Q Society of Business. '56, Business Management Club, '56, Society for tlie ,Xtlyauceinent ol' Nl2lll1lgCll1Clll. '58-,593 Football Manager, '55-159. l3Ussl-1l.I., C11,xkl.l-is LYNN. Lenoir City, Tennessee: B.S. in Intlustrial Nlanageinentg Veterans Club. '56-'59, President, '57-'5Slg Society for tbe .Xtlyancenient ol Nlanagetnent, l57-'58-,51lg lntlustrial Manage- nient Club, '5El: Society of Business, 59. l3L:1'1.1-ik, Rtfxnx likxl-'s'I'lN1-1, Carthage. Tennessee: I3.S. in Secre- tarial Science: Secretarial Science, 55959: Tecli Wonien's Organiza- tion, T55-'59: Society for the .-Xclyaneement of Managctneut, '57-'58g Pep Club, '57-'5Sl: Society of Business, '55-'59. CAMP, Wi-xYNlf Nlftjok. Rockniart. Georgia: l3.S. in Business Klan- agenientg T-Club, '55-'59g Society for the .Xclyanttenient of Manage. ntent, '56-'5El: Business Nlanagement Club, T55-'5li: Football, '5l. CAAlP1s1cLI., l.I.oYn XVAYRIQN, Woodbury, Tennessee: B.S, in ln- tlustrial Nlanagenient: Society for Advancement of Management, 1595 Industrial Management Club. '59Q Tech Players, '57-'59, lfaculty Scliolzirsliip, '5El: llvllflbi ll'l1o .flmong S!lld!'lIfS in AIIICITIYIII Colleges llllll lvlIl'1'i'V.Yl1ll'.Y. .. CARR. Illoxms C... Nlnrrsmn. Icnlicssuvz 13.8. in 1lltl1lSl1i1Hl '1'ccli- nologyg YCICYLAIIS Club. 'Mig Illllllilllkll .Xl'l5 Club. '37-'illg .llnericzln 1llllllSIl'l1ll .Xrls .XSSOQl2lllUll, '57-'BSIQ Slvtlvlf ul Illll1lSll'12ll '11CL'llllUl0gy, '59. CIAR'l'liR. DUN PAUL. Nzlsluillc, '1'c1ll1csscc: 11.5. in 1llilllSfl'1ll1 Mun- ZIQCIIICIIII 'l'cunCsscc Snricly nl' pI'l?liCSSlllll2ll 1'lllgl11CCl'S, '55-,565 Cixil 1".ngincc1's lllulm. '55-'51i1 Slll'lCl1 for llli' XclX'n1u'c1llrnl of Xllll 1,1 lncnl. 137338: lnnluslrinl Nlznxzngcnncnl Clluli. '57-IHS. fi.fXR'l'liR. l'iRNlfS'l' DOW. Crzlmillc. il'L'1llll'SSCCI 11.8. in Business Nlllll- ZIQCIIICHII l1lll'l'l11l110ll2ll Rclzuions Cllnlm. 'Sill Soricly for lllc .Xml- XRIIICCIIICIII ol' Nlll11l1gCl1IClll. '5Sl. CARTER. 'IAXIIQS N1fIK!NNl1-1. flonlacvillc. lcnncssccg ILS. in Busincss lN1zx11z1gc1ncnl: Soriely lin- the ,Xmlxzimvnlclll of Nlznnlgvnllunt, 15753115 VCICHIIIS Cllulm, '55. C1.xsTI.1fxl.xx. li1fNx1i'l'1l XY.n'x1-'. Hcnninngc. '1'cn1nn-ssc-v: ILS. in In- mluslriznl NIUIIZIQCIIICIIIQ Smicly for lhc .XllX1llN'C1l1L'11l nl' Nlznnugcxncnl. .195 Incluwuiul Xlalmgclm-nil Cllnb. 'BEM Cllunch ul lllxrisl Slnclcnl Grmlp, '56-'593 llllfklllllllilll lflllllllilll, 158. CIA1'1i, ,X1.IfR1CD PAUL. Swcclwzucr. Tcnncssccz 15.8. in Bnsincss Mun' 21gC1llCl1lQ '1'-Cllnh. '55-1351: Business Nlniizngcnxlcxn Club, '55-'Mig Foul- lwull. 'BI-'Brig linsclmll. '55-'5S. Clxlkox. 1.14I..X fI.xR01., 111ll'l'llllLlll. 'I'cnm:ssccg BS, in liusincss Iidn- union: SL'l'1'L'l2ll'11ll Scicllfc. '56-'58g Tcrll 1Ymncn's f,l'g1l1l172lllOll. '54i- '2M'ii'iii ' , 'BSL Soficly ul Business. 'Sli-'5Sg I'ill1lll'C l'uu'l1C1's ol .XIllC1'1CZl, 'Mi' Q in CI1.11LND1fNrm. 1l.xRo1.n. Mdlinnsillc, Irnnussecg ILS. in Business: Sofictv ol' Business, '58-'Mig Sociclx for lllc ,XllY1l11l'CIllClll of Hun- , ,. Ei " 2IgCl1lC5I1f, '54i?5S: Velcrnns lllnlu. '55-'50, I, W-ff. g l 621.11-"xox C-l"R.X1.1J CZ1..xx'. Xlgnlison. i1CllllCSSL'L'Q 13.5. in Business Ninn- ffl' W llgClllClllQ 1110111105800 Smicly lin' Pl'Ul'CiS1ll11Jll Ellgiliums. 'Mig SUl'lL'lf . A for thc .XllN2lll1C111C11l ul' xl1lll2lgC1I1Clll. '57-'SSQ Smicly of llusincss, -luv Q ' A '5 U . -I it ' 55.1. ii ' ., ...ig J., 111.11-TON. .I.XNll"S XLB1-'Rl'. Xslilnnml Clily, 'I'c'luursscc: 15.8. in 13118111089 x1ilI11lgCllICll1Q Soricly lin' lllii .XllX1llll'L'IlllTlll of lxlllllllglfllllllll, 'SIL H :uflg Society ol' Business, 159: Crypllons, 'nllg Rcsurvc Ollircrs ,Xssm'iz1- turn. 583593 lDisLinguislu'cl Xlilitzny SlllilC1ll. 59. Cu1.1.1xc:. AIUSIQPH B.. blk.. Cllmuuimngn. 'l'cnncssn-cz BS. in In KlllSll'11ll xl21l1klQl'l11Cl11I SUL'1L'1Y for lllc XClX2lllKC11ll'lll of x'21lll1l'l" rncnt. lJ,xUc:1I1aR'1'x'. H1iR13IfR'1' lD.xxn-11.. jk., Nuslnillc, 'lk-nncssccg 15.8. in ll1ll11Sll'12ll NIZIIIZIQCIIICIHQ Smicty fm' lln- .Xrlxzlncmiicnl of Nlilllilgl' lncnl. 'uh-nil. 1l'C2lSll1'l'li. H303 x1CL'l1il1l1lill l'll1g1I1CCl'i Clluh. '55-'571 YCICHIIIS Club. '55-'571 'l'L'nncsscc Smiclx for 1,I'4ll'CSSlUl1Ll1 linqi- nccrs, '55-137: Suciclx ul linsincss. 'Bti-139: Indnslrizul Xl1l11ZlfYClI1CllI 1.1 nh, COACH OLDHAM IS ALREADY planning a fishing 'lrip afier being presenied boei and outboard mokor BUSINESS A MINISTR. T10 Page 33 TROMBONISTS LEAD Tech band off field after halftime ceremonies BUSINESS ADIVIII IISTRATIO I I ,ww if Q-A 1. ,uv inf! qua-1 wil! Page 34 .,-ui' aw NH await ,vile 'X' .TL-lm -57' MQ' rwww ,ff-r .V YIIJSOX 0l.lN'liIc IiL'Glfxlf. lllouuniugluu Springs. l'c1l11c-ssc-cg IIS. f x xgczuculg Smxicly ul' BIIAIIICSY. '56-'SUI Smivlv lm' BRIXX IR CII Ill umugn. Icuucsscc: ISS. iu lfi- 'Z ' V ' ' 1 ' ' LIIILIQCIIICIII. 'SNL Sllllkll nl llNlIll'NN. 'SUI Irxluslcr llillll l'uix1-lxily ul 'l'c11110swc', ::K"1'icy ' ' xx 'Axxl",'1'.Z ' I ' ' 'mn , 'T '-'f': RNCNC leurs As: clue v., -.... 4 I .. ...4.,. -I X . ss 1 -x'x1 . CIIIICSNCCI ' llmiuw x xx' - gfmicy ' nlwilm-WTI.'."-'f.g,' W ' ' - ' ' ' . x IIQCIIICIII. '.':T: XUICIZIIIN Cllulm. 'Sli-'58, -RILXRI. -IMAX Iil.Il-X, lllcxulxuul, ICIIIICSSCCI ILS. iu Ilusimw x ' 1 'mic-ly ol Iiusimwx, '56-'BSI1 SCKIICIQITIZII Scin-mc Cllulm, .... x . . . ....,- . .,..,... wh-.193 lcrll IIUIIICIIS f,l'g2lllll2IllHII, .yu-,193 l'l f,IIll'gl1 l'1. .ph-nfl. I "ll'l1IlI, 'Sill Kappa Dc-llxl li. '58-'SIL 1 f 1 . i':-' A -f 1'icl'. 'l'cuucssvc3 ISS. lu lu- ilfllll NIQIIIZIQCIIICIIIQ Sociclx lm' llll' ,X1lxxuu'cl11cul ol' NIxuulgc'uu'ul. H3593 Smiclx ol' BIISIIICNS. 'fnilg flrxplumw, '58-'SEM llusn-1'w UI, l'I. .. I . I 'l.. l'l.l-I5lll"I,. C1uxRI.1fs FRI-'IJliRIKIK. Spring City. I'cum'ssx'c: ILS, in Xlu l U nl ue ZIXCIIIIQ' xuul xlL'l'LlI2lIlll5IIlh Xlxluxlgcluculi Society 1' liusiu-. . 15-'Mig Sucicly lm' Illv ,Xclxxlllcclxu-xml ul' Xlilllllglllllwll, '57-'SEL If 1 Q 3 , '-cksllill. Ncw Yurkg ILS. iu Iulluslrixll Nlxlllxlgcllwlxli Ii.xt:I.l-' Slillli, '58-'59, lillsiucss XIQIIILIQICIQ 'Bill Smivly ' ' NZIIIVCIIICIII ol' xl2lll1lgi'lIll'lll. 'FSB-593 Society ul lg'll9llli'SN. ll!-.VIII Icclx l'llllCl'S. .mi I'L'p K lull, nf-.191 XCICTQIIIN Llulm. .rf-.Ng ' x x xgvxucul Club, gm-.v!l. . . sm' K-I-Nl-. lxllxc Klily. 'I'1'l111L'ssL'C1 BS, iu Xuuuuliugi Xklllllllllllgfllllll. .315-'STL Yl'll'l'AIIhflllIl1, 'Sli-1373 Smlcly ul lsllxllltxx. 13-"Ill lfkxsllk, klfxvlls I.lf0X.xRIw. X1lSlIXlllL'. ll'IIlICYil'l'f ISS. iu llllllI5lll2ll Xl1lIl.IgClllL'lll. , . - . . . ,. ,, xsllxlllc, lcluucsmccl ISS. Ill lu llixll Xlzuuugvulcul: fllfllllllllx 'BS-'fnilg Suficly fm' Illc Xmlxxuuv- - x xlgvumcul. '58-T193 Sunicly ol liusiucw. '59, . Rll-A KII-,Ifl-IR. llcln-llxmml. lclmllcxnccg ILS. iu IIIINIIIUNN lxlucxuicmg Xuouuliug Cllulr. 'STI SUKICIN lm' llw ,xllXLIIlll'Illl'Ill ol W-ai NOW IS THE TlME for all good men to come to the aid of iheir country Cotjwlx, Ctfokutj CR,xIc:, Lintlcn. 'I't'nncsscc: BS. in Industrial xflll12lgClIlCIllI Society for thc .Xtlvatitctncttt of Nl2lIl1lgClIlClll. 58. fi0IilJl4'N. l't'lsY BURNS, llarrimatt, VIQCIIIICSSCCQ ILS. in .xlfftlllllllllgl Society for ,Mlvancetncvnt ul Managcincnt, '58, Society of Businc-ss. '56-'58, Accottnting Club, '56-'58, Publicity Manager, '58. fLRAX.,IAXIl45l1.XRNlzlI, lclltttw Plains, lL'llllCSSCCj IES, ill illlllliltllll Ni1lll1l,QQl'lIll'lll1 Society lot' Iltc .Xtlxattccntcnt of Nlflll2lgClllClll, 'SEL CROSS, PAUI. li.. BliClIIH'00tl, VFCIIHCSSUCQ ILS. in llttsilrcws Nlauagc- mont: Socicty for tlIC tXtlx'zItIccI11cIIt of NiLlllIlgClIlClll, '57-U93 Yct- crans ClIIb, '58-'593 Tennis Team. '58. CLUTIIQ RRI47. CARLOS lixRIQIiIi, Cluatcxnala. cilllllvllllllllj BS. in Business Nlanagemeutz Aquatic Club, '57-'59, Intcrnational Rola- tiolls Club, '58, xviCC-P1'CSiLlCllf. 138. HARDY, WILLIAM FLICTCIIICR, JR.. Nashville, Tcnncssccg BS. in ln- tlustrial Nlanagementg Tctrncssee Society of Professional Iinginccrs, '56-'573 Civil Engineers Club, '56-'57, IlIllllSl1'l2ll Management Club, '58-'59, Smit-ty for tbc ,XClY21l1CCIllClll of Nlrtnagctncnt, '58-'Sill Cirtpltons, '59, Swinunitrg loam, '59, Illll'2lll1ll1'2ll Football and Bas- kc-tball and Softball, '56-'59, HARRISON, .XRTIIUR RAY. Oltl llickmy, I'cI1IIc'ssct'3 BS. in In- tlustrial Nlanagcntent. IIALFACRIC, lVlLLIANI li., JR., Ciramillc, 'lctinesscci HS. in Busincss Xlanagctncntg Societi ol' Business. '57-'38, Society ul' Nlanagctncnt. '58-'59. HARVEY, -IOIINNY D., Lixitigstotr. 'l't'tIIIt'wsccg ILS. iII txiftltlllllllgl Society of Business, '56-'59. IIAYS. lVIl.l.l.fXNl lIARtJl.Im, Oak Rulgc, lcutttrssttcg l5.S. in Iutlustrial Nl1lll1lgClllClllQ Society for tltc .xtlY2lllt'ClllClll of lxlLlll1lgClllCllI, '57-593 Reserve Olliccts .XS50l'l1lll0ll, y3T-'59. HIf,xT1-I. IMRIJLD DIQAN. llatrinian. Tennessee, ISS. in Busint-as Mzmagcincntz tlryplmns, '59, Socicty for thc :XllY1lllt'ClllL'lli of Klan' agctncnt, '587593 Reserve Ullicers Associatiuir, '58-'59, Sucic-ty of Busi- ness, '56. HICKI-LY, l'A't'RIcZ!A ANN. Kittgston. PIACIIIICSQCCQ ISS. in Secretarial Science, Soticty of Bttsim-ss, '54-58: Sucrctarial Scit-ncc Club, 'Bl- '58g Pi Omega Pi, '56-'59. Reporter, '56, Kappa Dclta Pi, '50-'57, Tech Christian Assuciatitni. '57-'58, USINESS ADMINISTR T10 All Page 35 DORMITORY COUNSELORS First Row F Johnson B Crecl M Morrls A Murray, N. Kayley, F. Jones, N. Navorro, D. Broolcs. Second Row: D Cantrell L Sam Standing B Wood G Harber B Smiih W Smlih D Massey, T. Barnes, R. Perry, W. Manning, R. Averitt, T. 1-luffine, T. McPherson G Galloway, B. Payne 110Lt.lMAN, .11JlIN BRYAN, 01111 Ritigc. '111'l1l11'Shl71Ti 11.5. 111 ,xt'l'Olll1l- ing: Smitty 111' 11l1S111l'5S, '58-5111 .X1't'11t1t1ti11g Cllttly, '58-'59, 1'1'Csi- 11c11t, '5S1g P1-11 Cllllb. '511: 1L1'1111111sti1' fllllll. '5!I: 11'lm'.1 11710 in f1IIlt'?l'f!'flIl llollrgwx 111111 l'1ti1'fr'1.1ilir'.s, '59, 111t1':1111t11'a11 lfot1t11z11l, Soft- ,-' . .. - f- .-- 11z11I,11z1sk1-t11z111, J11D'1?f1QXl1l1'SI11 l1'l1l'1'i. :11. 111JI.XtAN, A101111-' Sll111'tf'l,l,, 1.i1111gst1111, '1'1'11111'ss1'1'3 115. 111 51111111 S1'i1't1t'1'1 1111111111 1I1t111. '5S1g 1I111111' 1'1101l111l11tS 1IIt1l1. '15-'1S1 111tC1'- l1z1t11111z11 R1!Iz1t11111s 1I1tt11, 'lfll Stt1t11'11t Ntttitmztl 1'i11llt'2l1111l1 .Xsso1'1:1- 111111. 58. l'10l.'l'. -IOIIN 11'1N1-1!f1.1l. 1X'11it1' 111110, 1'L'1l111'991'l'2 11.8. 111 11111111055 X11111z1g1'1111'11t: 51111111 111 11llS11l1'iN. '511-'5E13 51111111 101' t111' .Xt11':111t'1:- 1111-11t 111 N1111l1lQ'1'1l11'111, .1hf5E11 1'1-11 c.llIl7. 418-511. 11111's1a11. ll1fR1u' 111.1 1111. 111111 Ridgc. 11'111lL'SiL'L'1 11.8. 111 1111111st1iz11 x11lllllQ'l'1l1l'l111 S1l1'1L'11 1111' t111' .Xt11:1111111111-11t 111, N1:111:1g1'1111'11t, '58, 51111011 111' l111s1111'ss. '53-'58, 11t'lf141N1-s. 111111111 1.1111 0111 11l1lm1l1'1. I1-11111-M1-1': 11.8. 111 11l11llSll'l2l1 N1:11111g1-111111113 511111-11 1111 t111' .Xt11l1Z1Ll'1l11'111 111 Nllll12lgL'1l11'111. '58-'5S1. 11t'lfl-EXI-S. 11t1l.l.ls 1-'l1w.xRl1. 0111 1I1111t111. l'1-11111'ss1-1': 113. 111 111- 11t1st1'1z11 N11111a1g1'1111-11l: 81111111 111 111151111-ss, 5115 11111ttst1'itt1 N1t111z1g1'- 111C11t f11lll7. '59: 1'i.'X1i1.lf, 511111. 1"1'1's111111111 Cflztss Stull. 511: 91111011 fm' t111' X11X1ll11'Cll1L'lll 111 X1l1l12lg1'1lll'l1l, '5El: 1111111111 111, 11111'1st St11t11'11t fr1'11lllJ. LLP' nh. ISON, DONAIJJ 1'i.1l1X'.XR1J. litm1'1111. 1l'111l1'SSl'L'I 11.5. 111 11t1si11css 511111- llgC1l1l'llIQ St11'i1'ty 171- littsincss. '51i-H1113 S1l11L'1f 1111' lltt' .X11N2llll'Cl11C111 111' N1:11111g1't111'11t. '58-'59, JONIQ5, '1'lt1JxlAs ROY. Cl11'11'1t11111, 1'1'11111'ssc1': 113. 111 11118111085 XIZIII- 2lgClllC1llQ Society 1111' 111C ,X111z1111'1r1111:11t 111' x11ll12lgC111C111. '57-'59, V1l'C-1,1'L'S1111.'Ill, '5T3 'I'-lllttlx, '55-'5S1. 1'1't'z1st11'1'1'. '591 Y1't1'1':111s f11ll1J. '56-'57: 1"1'1's11111z111 1f1111t111111, '5T3 1511111131111 '1'1':1i111'1'. '57-'5E1. K1i1.1., 1X'.f1I.l.A1Iti XKIN, 1Z11pl11'1'1111I, '1't111111'ss1'1': 11.9. 111 11111t1stt'1:11 N111111lgL'l1l1'lllI c1l'y1J111111Y. 15835113 St11'11'ty 1111 111C 1X111'z111t'1r111Qt1t 111' Mt111z1g1:1111-111, '58-'593 811111-ty 111' 11llS1llL'Si, '511: Baptist 5111116111 111111111 .Xss111tiz1t11111. 511359: Rt's1'1'11- 0I111'1'1's Xss111'iz1ti1111, '58-'59g Rclzel Rillcs, '511-58. 1l11111111:111111-1', 583 R1-s1'11'1r 1,l11l'l'1'9 .Xss111'i:1ti1111 ..XWu1'11, ,571 ,xSS111'11l111111 111 11111 l'. S, .X11111 Nll'1l2l1. 158: 111S1111g111S11C11 M111- lTtl'y 8111111-111, '51l. 141115112 1'tf151:Y L11-KAN, W11it11'yx11l1', v1vL'111ll'iSl'1'I 11.9. 111 llttsincss 1:11111- 1':1t11111g 11.0111 x1'11l1lCll'h Xss111'i11t11111. '5.'1-'59, 'I'1'1'z1stt1'1'1'. '57g 'l'C1t11 XV111111'11's 1,l1g1l111l1l111D11 110l1l'Ll. '58-'5!I: S1'1'1'1't.11'1111 S1'11'111'1' Club. '55- ,5S1, Y11't1-P1'11s1111'11t. '593 1'1 U1111'g1t l'1, '511-'511. 1'listt11'1z111-R1'p111'tC1'. '57g l'1 1111111111 1'1. '511-'59, 1,l1l'S111l'll1. '59: kztpluzt 1J1'1t11 1'i. '57-,593 l'ill1lll'L' '1'L'2lL11l'1'S .Xss11t'iz1t11111, '55-'511: 111,101.1 ll'l1t1 in A1m'1'ir'r111 CUHl'gI'.Y 111111 l'111m'1'.1i1ir's, 511: 111t1't11111t1':11 Sports, '55-'58, RING. XNNA, 1i11R.X1.lJINl-', CI11t1L1111111', v1'L'l1llL'iNl'1'1 11.8. 111 S1:111'1'tt11'11t1 g1'1C1ll'L'1 Baptist 5111110111 l'11i1111 Xw111:1t1t111. '511-'5f1. 'l'1'11111i11g 1'11i1111 R1-111'1'st'11t:1ti11'. Iikl-Qss. 11tJN.1lt1 XYAYN1-'. CI11:1ttz1111111g1t, 1'1'11111'ss1'1': 11.8. 111 11l1lL1Sll'11l1 X12ll1ilg'C11lCl111 Baptist Slttt11'11t L'1l11l11 Xw111111ti1111, '511-'59, 1'1'csi11v311t. 58. Stzttc 011111211 '57, 1't1111111ty 1l1l'L'11U1', '5Tg Omrlw 511111, Sports Stull, '57-'59g 1f,X1Q1.li Stull. '5E1. Spmts 1'1t11l1ll1. '5U. l.ANGIfORIJ. MARY PRICE, Celina. Tennessee: B.S. in Secretarial Science, Society of Business, '55-'59, Secretarial Science Club, '55- '59, President, '59, Tech Woinen's Organization, '55-'59, Treasurer, '59, Tech M'omen's Organization Board, '57-'59, Treasurer, Sopbo- more Class, '57, Intramurals, '55-'59. I..xY, .IIMNIY C., I.aIfollette, Tennessee, B.S. in Industrial Manage Inent, Society for the .Xdyancement of Management, '58-'59, Society of Business. '58-'59, Transfer from I'niyersity of Tennessee. I,I'l'TLI?, CIIARLIfs BAILEY, jR,. Sparta, Tennessee, B.S. in Account- ing, Society of Business, '56-'59, Society for tbe .Xdyancement of Management, '57-'58, Accounting Club, 356-'59, Vice-President, '5Il. I.IT'I'ON. NIORRIS C., Cliattanooga. Tennessee, B.S. in Industrial Management, Church of Christ Student Group. '59. Nlixsox, Enymuo BRANTLIZY, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, B.S. in In- dustrial Management, Society for the Advancement of Management, '55-'58, Society of Business, '55-'58. NIASSIF, VERNON IJAYID, Nashville, Tennessee, B.S. in Industrial Management, Society for the .Xdyancement of Management. ,58-'59, Business Society, '58-'59, Intramural Football. '57-'58. NIAXXVELL, HARRY L., Baxter, Tennessee, B.S. in Industrial Man- agement, Veterans Club, '59. MEADOWS, Bonny' RODGLRS, Cookeville. Tennessee, B.S. in In4 dustrial Management, Society for the .Xdyancemcnt of Management, ol- 59. Mui, FRANKLIN I1IfLANo, I-Iarriman, Tennessee, B.S. in Business Management, Society of Business, '58, Society for tbe Advancement of Management. '59. Xilfli, JASPER XYIIIARD, Harriman, Tennessee, B.S. in Accounting: Society of Business, '57-'58, .Xccounting Club, '57-'5S. NIICLTON, Tnoxtixs LARRY, I-Iarriman. Tennessee: B.S. in Business Mana ement' Future Teachers of Xtnerica '55-'56' Society of Busi- ness, '56-'59, Business Management Club. '56-'59, President. '59, Pep Club, '57-'59, Cafeteria Club. '57-,593 Cheerleader, '55-'58, lI'l1o'5 II'l1o Among' Sillfiffllly in AllIl'l'I!'llll Collc'g'f'.y and L'l1izter5iiic's, '59, Intramural Football, '57-'58, Intramural Softball, '56-'58, Bache- lor of Ugliness, '59. NIICRIEDITH, WIILIAAI DoUo1..xs, Nashville, Tennessee, B.S. in Busil ness Management, Society of Business, '55-'59, Society for the ,Kd- yancement of Management, '55-'59. MILLER, I.1iSI.llC KI., IR., Donelson. Tennessee, B.S, in Industrial Management, Society for the .Xdvancement of Management, '57- '59, Society of Business, '59, Pep Club. '55-'59. NIOORHEAD. joux H.. Cartersxille, Ceorgia, B.S. in Industrial Man- agement, Business Society. '56-'58, President. '59, Industrial Mane agement Club. '56-'59, Vice-President, '56-'5S: lirypbons, '57-'59, Vice-President, '58-'59, T-Club, '56-'59, Sigma Iota Iipsilon, 57959, Tech Men's Dormitory Organization, '57-'59, Vice-President, 58, lI'llos H710 Among Slurlffnls in Arltericrliz Collz'gr'.t and l,'I1it'eI'.y'ili1'.r, '59, Football, '55-'59, Tract. '56-59. NIORRIS, NIARY I',YI'RIc:IA, Carthage. Tennessee, B.S. in Secretarial Science Club. '56-'59, Pep Club. '58, Society for tbe ,Xdxancenient of Management, '58, XIORIOX, UICORGI' 'l'ROY. Dayton, Tennessee: B.S. in Industrial Management, Society for tbe .Xdyancement of Management, '57- '59g Society of Business, '58-359, Industrial Management Club. '58- 59. MURPHY, RICIIARIJ XLLAN, Nasbyille, Tennessee, B.S. in Industrial Management, Tennessee Society of Professional lingineers, '55-'56, Society of Business. '57-'59, Industrial Management Club, '57-'59, President. '59, Society for tlte .Xdyancement ol' Management, '5SA '59 NIIIRRAY, JAMICS SAYLE, Mt. I-Ipbraim, New jersey, B.S. in Business Management, Society of Business, '56-'59: Society for the Advance! ment of Management, '58-'59: lfAGI.Ii Staif, '59, Teclr Men's Dormi- tory Organization, '58-'59, Rebel Riiles, 356-'57, Pep Club, '59, In- lI'2lIllll1'21l Softball, '56. BUSINES ADMINISTR TIO Page 37 TRUMPET VIRTUOSO Don Jacoby and Tech band perform during Public Programs US NES ' AD1V11N1STRA'1'1O.. AW 33 'Rf Page 38 .why 'and' 13 ,,. 1 YI-'1.s11N. 1'11'1.1'N1'. 111111111111'11. 1'c11111'ss1tc3 115. 111 .X111111111i11g: 1111 11111sC11111 15 S 1111 1111l1l1LNS 11 N X11 l111lllQf1lI1J 111 1 .' 1 . . 1.111 ' 0 A 1 'J1: 'Ul 1 . . . YIXUX. 5111111111 Xxx. S11111I111111'. 1C11lI1'NY1'L1I 11.5. 111 l511s1111'ss 1'111ll' 1111111111 S1'1l'C11ll'12l1 S111-1111' 011111, '37-'SSL S1'1'1'1'llIl1X 111111 1I'l'lli111'l'1'. 111' 1'1 f1Il1l'g2I 1'1. .111 11'1'11Q111'c1'. .1111 1111111111 111'1I21 1'1. .1112 11-111 11 1 '11l11'11.N 01'g:1111f11111111. '37-'.'1EI. xi . . 11,1N. 1111l.1.XXI 1l1111:1,xs. f.1l1l11ll1lL111gl1. 1c11111'ss1'cg 11.5. 111 S1211- 111'li11g 111111 N11'11111111111si11g: 811111-11 111 111151111151 ','1.'1-T113 1111111x11'i111 X1111111g1-11111111 111111. '33-"1E1: 11111'2lll1lIl'il1S. 1'.11ll11J2I11, '33-'311. 1gLlx111'1 111111. 5411l1lLl11. ,111-.11. X1111111121 1.4I.XX1l1Nf1.. 1lLl11ll1'l. l1'11111'ss1'1: ISS. 111 111151111-xx N121I1.lgl'- 1111'1111 Sll11L'1N 111 111IN11lL'5N. 177938: S1lK'1C1X 1111' 11111 Xl1XlI1111'l1ll'l11 111 , ... ' . ... . ,.. z11:1gc1111'11l, .15-.111g 11111'21llllIl'l11N. 11:1s111'1l1:111. 1'111111111II. .111-4151, 11, 1111111111 1,l1,I1N1'. 11111111'sI1111'11. 11'11111m1'1': 118. 111 1111111Q11'i:11 , 1 2 1l1'IX 1111' 1111' X1111l11lCl111'111 111 X1il11Llg'l'lll1'111. '37-T193 Y1'l1'1':111a f11ll1l. '.'1Tf.'111g I'111s11s 111111. 137: 84111111 111 11l1i1lll'N5. 'f1E1g 11111lIN11'1Ll1 X1111121Q1'l1lL'l11 f.11l1l. 111: f.1111l'111I 111 1.111111 5111110111 1.1111111. '37-'.'11Ig 11ll11N11'l1 1111111 1"l1'1'l1-1'1LII1L1L'1112111. 57. 01111-s. 1Xil.l.1,xX1 1... X1IN11Xl11L'. 11'11111'ss1'1': 15.8. 111 1'i11:11111': R1-1111 11111111 '511-'BTL 5111111-11 111 1511Ni1111ss. '57-13111 Ri1I1- v1l'2ll1l. '38-13513 1.1'111111111N. 'SS-'.'111: licsl 1311111111 CI1111c1 1'1'i1:1111. 'Slip S11p1'1'i111' ROICI X11:11'11. 'STI 13ix1i11g111sI11'11 N1i1i1111'1 S1l111l'111. 1311. CDIJOXI. IIXIXIN 1.xX1-. f111'X1'12ll1l1. 1L'll111'N5L'1'I 118. 111 X11'111111li11g3 81111111 1111. 1111xi111'sw, 521331. '38-1351. Y111'-1'1'1'si111'111. 1351: 111151111155 . ...,, ... . . ... , ... x111ll2lg1'1l1L'111 c.1l11J. .1.1- .113 X1'1111111l111g c.1ll1l. ,1h- .1!I. URAN, Q1 14NllN 1.l11111Y. 11111'1'1111z111. '1'c11111'ws1'1': 11.5. 111 X1'1'111111l111gg PL . .- -11 111111. q111. OR11111. 11.x1111l.11. 1111"11111'l11-. 1C111l1'mSC1'1 15.5. 111 1111111s11'i:1I X1lI1l21gL' 1111'111g 811111-11 1111 11111 X1111111111'1111'111 111' X12lll1lgl'1llL'1l1. '59, 1 lxlisoxs. 1111l,1.XXI 111 11111. X1lS11X111L'. '1 l'1111L'5Y1'1'1 155. 111 l111l11sl1'iz11 X1111111g1'1111'111: S1ll11'1X 111 1111x1111'ss. '37-'BSZ S1111i1'11 1111' 1111' X11Xll11KL" 11111111 111 X1L1l121gl'1111'l11. .1512 1f111111:1s111's f.1l11l, .11l'.111. X111'-1'1'1's1111'111. .11. 1,l1'N1111'111. .1h. 11L'l1N111111'. .1E1, 1 c.11l1l. .11 .1511 N11'1111111111g 11'11111. .141. .15-.151 P 111111. 111111.11111 1111N1XX. NIJ11l1g11l'111. 11-11111-N-1-g 115. 111 111- 1111N11'i111 N11111:1g1'1111-111: 1',I'1'N11I11ilI1 C'111v 1'11Ni111'11l. -.-1111 .Xw1111:1l1'11 81111111111 111111K f'Ul11l1l1. 1311-'.'17. 1111'11s111'1'1'. 1371 S11i111111i11f1 1111111. 'FSI -1 11l1l1lIII1l11111 1S11xl11'll111I1. .1141 1111111111111 71853111 1111I11s11'1.11 X1a11111g1'- 1l1L'111 1I11111. 'SS-1311: 11'111l1'5NL'l' 81111111 111' 1,l'l111'NN11llll11 1i11gi111'1'1's. 'Bri- 'HT3 811111-11 111 111li1l11'NS. 'GS-'.3E1g 'i111'11t11 1111' II11' 111Xl1ll1k'1l1l'1l1 111 N12l1111Q'1'1l1l'l11, T195 P011 C11111. '57-13113 111il111, '58-1311: R1-11111 Rillm. .71l- 111: 1,1111 If 811111. 511111111 c11l1HS 511111. 'BEI1 R1'x1'1'11- OI111'1'1's .XM111'1:1- 111111. .18-11111 l1'111 Nl1111s II111111111111 O1'g:1111f11111111, .18 .1513 111'1's11- . . .,,... 1112111 151111111111111 l.111111x1-1111. l?N'.111. I,l'RlI111.1.. l.XNl1-N 1.11xx1. 111.. 1l1'11ss1ill1-. 11-11111-551111: ISS. 111 111' l11lN1l'11l1 X11111:1g1'1111'111: 911111111 111 1111si11cws. 'SS-13113 11l11llill'11I1 X1Ll11f IL1L'1l1l'lI1 f.1ll1J. .7S'J111. 811111111111-11'1'g1s111'1'1. .111: 11I1lLl11l1I1Ll1 1111111- 111111. T17. A an if MYSTERIOUS RAY penetrates the "Jungle" Qblilik, KVNNICIH Roisinkla. tlliuttauioogit. 'leuuesmeeg 15.5. iu Iu- tlllSIl'l2ll XIZIIIZIQCIIICIIIZ Society for the .XIIHIIICCIIICIII ol' Xl2l112lgCIllClll. 'ESQ Yelerzuis Club, '58 R.-Ullkltl, ll.-XNSICI. l,0l'l1.l, Preston. Orieute, Cubu: l5.S. iii Iu- clustrizll Xlllll2lgL'll1ClllI Newumu lilub. '55-59. Rlilll. Sl I-. lfI..XliI.laY. llelcuwoocl. lcuuexseeg BS. in llusiuess litlt: t'2lllUllQ Sec I'i'ltll'l11l Science Club. '57-'SEIZ Society ol Business. '57-'SNL I'ecli YX'tuuen's fJl'g1lllll2lIl0ll, '57-179: Society of 1'ilIglllCCl'lllg Queen. '38 Rtllil-,R'lStlN. UANII-'L IIAYMALS, jackson. VCIIIICSSCCQ lS.S. in lu- tlustrizll Nlllllllgfllllflll. R015INsoN. DUN l'iIJXX'.-XRD. Clllllllllllbtigil, 'leimesseeg ILS. in lu- tlustriztl Nlulutgemeutg Society of Business. 'Bti-'GTQ Society lol' llie ,Xtlxzmcemeut of NIQIIILIQCIIICIII, '38-'59, Romx. Lok.-xx '1'HONl.XS. Nashville. lennessee: ILS. in Imlinstriul N'I2lll2lgClllClll1 'leuuessee Society of pl'tli'CSSiUl11ll liugiueers. '563 So- ciety ol' Business. '57-WS: Society for tbe .ltclvzmceiueut of Nlzumgee ment. '5El. Romw. W1l.i.iAxI josivii. lmyton. 'lenuessceg BS. in Iuclustiiul Nlzumgeineutg Yeterzms Cllub. '56, '58-'Bill Society for the ,Xclxzuice ment of xillIl2lgCll1l'Ill. 'SEL ROLAND, .XIQION NIARIIN. filllllllllilll, Ieuiiesseeg ll.S. in Business Nlaulzigeiueutg Yeterzuis Club. '57-'5Slg Society ol' Business, '57: So- ciety for tlie .XtlN2lllt'L'llll'lll of RI2lll2lgL'lllClll. 58. Roi.L1fR. Wli.1.1Axi Alxxiism, Nnslixille. leuuessee: 15.5. in Business Nlzmztgelueutg Society ol' lillSlllCSS. '3ti"3Slg Society ol' Nl1tIlllf1i'Illt'Ill. '58-59: IlIll'illlllll'Zil lfoolbull zulcl liusltetbull. 'Bti-137. Rxnick. S'l'1-'kttxcs Cl.liYl4'I..XNIJ. EIR.. Unk Ridge. leuuesseeg ISS. iu BllSlllCSS NIZIIIIIQCIIICIIII Xtlllllllti Club. 132: llusiuesx Nl2lll2lgC'ltlt'lll Club. 'Bti-'BBQ Society ol' Business, 'Bti-US: Yetemils Club. 'Gti-'BBQ l'ep Llub, ull. RYAN-ZR. Qlxxllts O., Benton, Tennessee: ll.S. ill BllSlllL'SS xlllllllflil' meuti Society for tbe xtlN2lllC'ClllClll ol NIllll2lgL'lllCIll, 5453593 So- ciety ol' Business. 'Bti-'BTQ x'C'l0l'1llN Klub. 'Bti-'5!l: Illll'1lllllll'1ll llzislcct- bull. 'Sli-'.'nS. SADl.l4R, hlinxw Nliczfxialdx, Whitleyxille. Ieuuessee: IES. in Ilmiuesx l'illlll'1lll0ll1 Society ol' Business. 'Bti-'5El. SCt'l'lfllll'l'-l'lL'2lSll1'Cl', GSI: Sectetztriul Science Club. 'Bti-'59g Iecli Womenk filglllllllllillll. 2315. '59, liozml Xlembeiy '58-'SUL cillllltll ol tlbrist Sllltll'lll Group. 'Bti- '39g Pep Club. '38-'ilk Clllcerletltler. 'BS-'."vll3 .XllCllll2llll to Society ol Business Queen, 58: Xltevr lzuu to "l " Club Queen. '5El: Illllillllllllill Sports. 'Sli-'59, USINESS ADMINISTR T10 Wt. 2 be -cy ,W Ei 2252? .- Q? . gffgfwhq ,,m..ia ., V ' Grew i f . Nzjzfifii 'K' I ,van ,fm K' Page 39 STUDENT-FACULTY luncheons are sponsored by Wesley Foundation USINESS ADMINISTR TION Page 40 .Xssuc'i:11io11, '59, NIIIIILIQCIIICIII. '5Sg Ifoollmull. '38 'Gil 1 CILI , . X'cIc1'1111s Kllulm. '.3.3-'51 rlelzlx III ,-I1111'1'i11111 lfollwgrw um! I'11i1'fz'1'.sili1'x, 'BSL Collrgrdx llllll l'r1i1'rf1'.xiIi1'.x'. 'SIL S A1II'. 'BEM "s ' ' A ' "F" ' 1 ' 'z 'ss XI111111j"c1114'11l: YcrC1'z111s Cllulw. '3'-131' I 1111 ' IIIISIIICSS, '57-'50, XIIIICCIIICIII ul NI2lII2IgCIlICIll. 1393 Implist SIIILICIII l'11i klllll NIc1'1'I111111Iisi11gg Socicly ul ISIISIIICHS. '58-'39, NI2IIIllgCIIlK'IlIQ llz1I'c1c1'i11 Club, 'Sli-239, Prcxirlcnl. Christ Sl1l1I1'11l CQ1'1111p. '.3li55Ei. Yicm'-I'111sicl1'11l. '.3H3 Iipsilon, '58-139, I'I'CSIKlCIIl, '.3EIg S111 icly of I311si111'xs, 11gc111c11I: Society for lluc ,XLI'HIIll'L'IllClIl ul' XI111111g4'111c 1 .. XlI'l.1-L U, ls C.I.II4l'lJklJ. IR.. CICXCIZIIILI. IL'lIlll'xNCC1 ISS. 111 IIIISI- -xs I'llIlIL'1lII 11: .Xfn'011111i11g KIl11l1. '36: 'I'c1I1 NIt'II'S IIOl'llIIl0l'3 O1- '11il'11iu11. 1373.391 Pi 01111-51:1 I'1, 138-'.3El, YIIL'-I'l'C'SIlIClIl. 1393 Smith 0' 11mi11cs5, '.3.l: l'CQ1 Lillil. '.3li-'SEIQ SIIILICIII X11li1111z1l 1i1I11c':1liu1'1 5CARI.li'l l'. I,.XllI. IANDUN, I5.1x1c1', 'I'l'lIIIL'SSl'CQ IIS. Ill I311si11 cw xlllll 11gQ111c11l: Suficly lm' lIIC ,XIINZIIIICIIICIII of NIz111z1gc111L'11l, '437 '30 Su cicly' ul' II11Si11c'ws. '56-'Bill IIIISIIICSS xI2III2lg'CIlll'lIl fllllll. 'BEIQ Spccch ' " " ' " 1 ' ' ' ' " IIIIQ, flllll 11111111-s. 315-.792 B11 mst 5llIlll'lIl I1111111. .rilg X11111111 5IIl'XI.Kkl'R. II',Xl.RliR fIIlIIlIl'l'NIllIl'g. Xlz1I1:1111z11 ISS 111 IIIISIIILNN Nlzllulgc-1111-1113 CII11l1. 'GS-'BEIQ Smitty Im llll' XlIX2lIIL'L'IllL'lll ol SLAII-. .XRIIIIR RAY. XIZICIINUII. Ic1111cssL'1'1 ISN. 111 II11s111cw XI'llI 1gL1111'11l' gHlll'IN ul II11si111-ss '36-'Blk Unlzlr' Stull, 'g3li-138. Spurlx S livx I1I11111 11 :N SIQIIII Ilbll Ip 111111 14 M S11.1111y. 39.41 1, 101 lllc' XiIX2lIliCIIIL'lIl of Nl1111:1gc111c111. 137-'BSL Illll'1IllllII'llI Sllulls. 1 Y '36-'.3T: x'IlC'I,IL'YIlICIIl .IlI11i111' Claw. 'Bm I1'1'si1I1-111 Xswriallczl Slll' IICIII Iimlx, 139: ll'l10'.x Il'!m QIIIIIHIQ' .Slzzrlvzzlm l'7I ,bl111r'1i11111 Collrgm Illlll l'11.i1'r'1.xili1fv, 1393 I'l'z1c'k I'C2IIll NI111111gc1'. 'HSS If11111I11II 5IIl 4 , Sxll'l'1l. RUISIX II0L's'l0N,Sc11ImIx. IUIIIICSSUQQ ISS. i11 I111I11s11'1z1I XIZIII- Ill, 171' .192 SNIIIII, II'.XIlIf C01 HRAN. Oallx Rimlgc. ICIIIIL'SSL'l'Z ISN. 111 Illllllslllill xILlII2lgCIllClll1 Sofia-13 I111' llw X1Ixa1111'c111c111 ul' XILIIIZIQICIIICIII. '.3I. 573593 Sucicly ul' BIISIIICSS, '31, '57-13533 Pup Club, 137-139: I'IXiQI.l-' Stull. H38-'BEIQ I'1'csicIc11t S1'11i111' Class, 1393 lI'!1o'.x ll'lm ,-llllllllg Slu- SOLONIUN. l"R.xlllfk I.1'I.1i. Xzulnilic. I'CIIIIL'SSL'C1 IIS. III Xt'L'llIlIlllllU' Fl Sociclx ul IIIIYIIICSS. '37-'.39: .Xc1c111111i11g Cllulm, '57-139: YL'IL'I'2lII5 CiI11I1, 111111 Club. '571 ll'lm'.s lI'lm ,-IIIIOIIQ' .N'lu1l1'11lx III ,-lflzwimlz SP1iCk, NANCY ill-'I-ICIFR. Xlguml. I1'1111css1'c: IIS. 111 II11s111L'v I'tIllf 111110113 'I'c1'I1 XYCIIIICIVS O1'g11l1i1:1lio11. 563593 51111015 of IS11si111'ss, .10-.193 5L'K'I'lfl1lI'I2II SCICIIIQC llI11l1. 1315-'59, I'1'csi1Ic11l. 1383 Pep CIIIII. 57-'593 I'i fjllltfgkl Pi. '58-'59, IIi4l111'i1111 llllll Rl'lJOI'lCI'. 1395 ICAC! 1-1 ll M1111 I-0111111111011 141 10 I11l111111111I Sl Ils 111 ull 'Jo' I ms I1 lm 1111111115 .Si111lf'11l,x 171 .In1f'111'1111 f.r1ll1'-ww unrl I IIIT'l'IS'IlI1',S- S1'1iMI1fR. C11-'okfzlf 'I'H0xI.xs. C-lrmlllllsxillc. I'L?lllIL'NiCC' ISS 111 IIIISI- ...,. ... ,V 1 J, .Xu IIIIIII Llulx, .11 .1h, , . . 5 ' . . 54101015 lm' lI1c X1lxz111u-1111-111 uf XILIIIZIQCIIICIII, .18-'SEM SUCICII ul 5lII.IiS, IIIfNkI.XXIIN III-Zwuxll' Ii11gIcwoo1I. Iunlllcwscc: ISS 111 III' tIllSlI'I2II XI:111:1gc111L'11l: 1X111c1'i11111 Suricly ol If.lcc11'i1'11I I'IlIgIIICC1'h. 1381 I'ccI1 NICIIVS IIllI'IIIIlO1'3' O1'g11111l1111o11. '58-'391 Soriclx' Im' lI1c Xcl- . 1111. '.'III-'09, 5Il.I.'l5. ClI..xl'lml-' I.., IR.. I,i'.i11gslu11. 'Ic1111csscc: IIS. III NIz11'kc1i11g SL'DD.-VIII, IMNAY I.UXVIfI.I, Il111'1'i1111111. 'I'c11111-semis: ILS. III BIISIIICSS S111 iclx' 'wg 1,11 lIl'L'Il ol for II11' ,X1IX1111cc111c'11l ul' XIz111z1gc111L'111. 138-1353. SCLICIQIIE. '391 Sigma Iulzl 136359. K, K, SULLIVAN, CttARl.lfs H., Cookeville, Tennessee, B.S. in Industrial Managetnent: Rille learn, '56-'58, Cutnberland Presbyterian Club. '57-'59, Tennessee Society of Professional Engineers, '57g "T" Club. . '56-'59. 'l'AYLOR, U'l1,l.lAfXl BRYANT, IIR., Franklin. Tennessee: ness Nlanagetnentg Society lor tbe Advancement of '58-'59, Society ol' Business, '56-'59, Reserxe Ollicet '58-'59. 'lil-IXIPLI-1'l'ON, jot-1 CARLAAU, XtcNlinnville. Tennessee, ness Management: Society for tbe ,Xdvancetnent of '58-'59, President, '59, Society of Business. '59. i'llUNl.-KS. CoxR.xn CoI.t1xt.-xx. Nashville, Tennessee, ness Management: Society for tbe .Xdvancenient of '56-'59g Pliysical liducation Club. '52-'53, Society of 'liHONIAS, EDGAR LANIAR, Millington, Tennessee, B.S. B.S. in Bttsi- Nlanagetnent, 's Association, B.S. in Busi- Management, B.S. tn Busi- Nlanagetnent, Business, '5l. in Industrial Management, 'l'ecl1 Chorus. '57-'59, Baptist Student Union, '57-'59, Football Statistician, '58, Baseball '1'eani, '57, Intramurals, Foot- ball, Basketball. and Softball. '57-'58. TRIPP. .-XR'1tItt'R NIICXDFLI., lk.. Oak Ridge, 'liennesseeg B.S. in ln- dustrial Management, Veterans Cltlb, '55-'5!l: Society for tbe Ad- vancement of Nlanagement, '55-59: Canterbury Club, '55-'59, Sec- retary-Treasurer, '58. 'l'lQRNliR, .lt-1,-xx. Chattanooga, Tennessee: B,S. in Business Educa- tion, Secretarial Science Club. '56-'59, Baptist Student Union, '56- '59g Pep Club, '58-'59, Rebel Rilles Sponsor, '56, WAt.LAc:1f. K1-'t't'n NIONROIC, Sparta. Tennessee, B.S. in Business Nlanagetnentg Society for tbe ,Xdxanceinent ot' Nlanagement, '58- '59g Oracle Stall, '5T. WVALLER, BILLY C., Cookexille, lennessee: B.S. in Accounting: ,Xc- counting Club, '59, Veterans Club, '59, Golf learn. '56-'59. XYARD, W.xYxl.xx 'l'.. Sparta. lennesseeg B.S. in Business Manage- ntentg Business Management Club, '56-'57, Veterans Club. uh- .mfg Business Society. '58, Society lor the .Xdrancetnent of Nlanagetnent, 58. XVARE, CoNA1.t-1'l'A XIARIIC, Cookeville. Tennessee: B.S. in Secre- tarial Science, Secretarial Science Club, '56-'59, Business Society, '56- '59g Cafeteria Club, '56-'57: Baptist Student l'uion, '56-'59, Anteri- can Legion .Xuxilliary Scliolarsbip. '55. Wtltsts, JAMES M.. -IR., Algood, Tennessee, ILS. in Business Manage- ment, Gryphons, '58-'59, Secretary, '59, ROTC Cadet Regiment Connnander, '59. Wt-'1.c11I. Rotst-1R'1' fiI.llf'1'ON. Tullabonta. Tennessee, B.S, in Industrial Management, Society for tbe .Xdtancetnent of Nlanagetnent, '58-'593 Society of Business '59, Industrial Management Club, mural Sports, '56-'59. '58-'593 Intra- XYPIITE, Wit.1.t.xxt .XNDREXXQ Crossxille, Tennessee: B.S. in Account- ing: Accounting Club. '56-'5El: Society ot Business, '56-59. WIIITSOX. llostftllt GALE, Harriman, Tennessee, B.S. in Business Nlanagetnentg Club, '5-l-'59, Society for tbe ,Xdvancentent ot' Management, '56-'59, Football 'l'ean1, '51-755. '57-'58, Baseball Team, , , 54- 57. USINESS ADMINISTR- TIO Page 41 DR. GORDON PENNEBAKER, Director of School of Arts and Sciences Dr. Pennebalter received his M.S. and his Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin. He did additional postgraduate worlc at Columbia Uni- versity. Coming to Tech in I946, he now serves as director of the School of Arts and Sciences. He is a fellow in the American Men ot Science. CHEMISTRY CLASSROOMS and labs and some Arts-Sciences Add Philosoph Courses In keeping with the continual growth ol' the college, the School ol Arts antl Sciences has atlcletl a tlepartinent ol' philosophy antl psychology. At present a niajor is not ollerecl in these lieltls, but plans for the enlarge- tnent ol' this tlepartntcnt are sclietluletl lor the lutttre. 'I'he School ol .-Xrts anal Sciences, which is tlirectetl by Dr. Clortlon Peiiiiebalicr. was also the recipient ol' a grant lroin the National Science Founclatioti which provitletl the lttncls lor the maintenance ol' a sunnner institute lor high school science ancl niatlieniatics teachers. The niain purpose ol' the School is to provide a liberal etlttcation which will broatlen ancl enlighten the inclivitlttal sttttlent's knowledge. No other school can offer the sttttlent a greater variety ol' interests. It is coinposetl ol' the clepartnients of cheinistiry, English. social science. physics, niathcniatics, and loreign language. Pre-professional sttttlents also are ttntler this schools supervision. liecattse ol' thc tliverse subjects olleretl in this School. every sttttlent sooner or later takes courses in the School: it proticles the basic Clllililtllllllll lor the other technical schools. The School ol Arts antl Sciences clitliers lioin the technical school in less special- ization in a particular lieltl. 'llhe School ol' .-Xrts antl Sciences is the largest in enrollnient. stall' nienihers antl nttniber ol' tlepartnients. agriculture classrooms are located in the Science Buildinq glib? DR. CLAUDE W. BRUCE, DR. CHARLES R. MANGAM, F. U. FOSTER, Department DR. SIDNEY L. McGEE. Department of Physics Department of English of Chemistry Department of Foreign Languages DR. C. V. BRUNER, DR. HOWARD R. PATTERSON, DR. RALPH C. BOLES, Department of Social Science Department of Philosophy and Department of Mathematics Psychology DEPARTMENTAL HEADS FAC ULTY FIRST ROW: Marshall Bertram, Fredericlc W. Block, Evelyn Brown, Robert Childress, Martin Coulter, Mary Cummins, Mrs. Catherine Detord, James Doran. Second Row: William Downs, Hooper Eblen, Clement Eyler, Richard Fraser, R. E. Fuson, Nathaniel Harrison, Elizabeth Hill, Paul Hollister. Third Row: Joyce Howard, Mrs. Mary Jenlcs, J. P. Jewell, Esther Lee, Mrs. Marjorie McGee, Mrs. Betty Maxwell, Mrs. Eleanor Mitchell, Mrs. Betty Moore. Fourth Row: Fred Moore, R. H. Moor- man, Howard Patterson, Herman Pinlcerton, Ralph Prather, Horace W. Raper, Miser R. Richmond, Carl Ross. Fifth Row: Milos M. Sebor, J. T. Slcinner, William T. Stewart, Robert L. Sublett, Marvin Tidwel, Elbert Ward, Marvin Wade, Hoyal West. ARTS AN SCIE CE DID WE FOG-ET the HNO2? Atilili. DAMON XYILSON, lk., Nztsllville. lenuesseeg BS. in Mzitlle 1 . . l l Della. '58-59, President. 'Blk lnternzttionztl Relations Club, ,ST-'59 College, Sotielr. zu-118, Secretary. ntl. seutzitixe to .Xrts znul Seiences Council. BRl',lYl"R. XIILDRED l'lARl.lNl-'. l.2tWliCl1CClJlll'LQ, lennesseeg BS. ' Biology licluczitioug Biology Club, '56-565 'lltu Beta Kappa. 56-'58 'l'ecl1 Women's f,1'g2lllll2lllllll, 'Sli-'58g Future lezullers of .Xinerirn Crypllons, 58-'593 NlZllllL'lIl2lllC'S Club. '55-'SEJQ 'l'eel1 Players, '59, nnuiesg Tech Baud, '56-'58, lilitlk, JOHN XYILLIAXI. l,Cll2lll0lI. Tennessee: lH.S. in Social Scienft , .,.. ,... tions Club. Ja- ob. Blzttlienuttics Club. '57-'59, Page 44 fl,Xl'l'S. ROBIQR1' D.. liyrtlstown. lennesseeg BS. in Social SK'lClltiCZ lnternzxtionzil Relations Club. '39. '37-'SEL Yice-l'resitlent. '55-'SSL C.xR1.oc:K, lfkfxxcglca lit.l.1',x, Livingston. 'l'ennessee: ISS. in Social Srienne lixlueutiong llllLTl'llllllUlI1ll Relations Club, '57-'593 Speech Activities, '58-'59g Vl'l'2lllSliCl' from Martin College, '5li. nmticsg Cryplions, '58-'5.lf Nlzitliemzxties Club, '5El: Rebel Rifles, '55 l 'Sli l4,tl.f21l, XYILLIANI lllR.XNl. Coolgexille, leunessee: BS. in Soiiztl Science: Speech Xrtixilies. '58-139. Yite-Ptesitlent, .581 Pi Kllllil Vue-l'resitlent. '58g .Izunes Y. Cow xlCl!lUl'l2ll SC'lIUl1ll'SlllP, '593 Sevre- Iill'f ol .XSSOL'12IlCll Sluclenl lioily. ,591 ll'l1o'.x' Il'l1r1,-1,,m,1g 51,1111-,,1, in !'1IH1'll!'IHI CoIlz'gr',r mul I'r1i1,f1'1.vi1'if'x, 'iflg lrzlnsfer frotn xllllillll l30.x'lxl,xX. ROI51iR'l',x ANN, Cookeville. l'enner-see: B.S. in Client- istrx: flllClIllSll'Y Club, 'Sli-'SEL SL'll'Clill'Y. 58: Xnlericun flllClIlll2ll lhuxnox, flliURGlf Wxruox. jk. Xuslnille, Tennessee: ILS. in l'l1ySiu: Pliysics Club. 'Sli-'31l. Sec'retzu'3, '58, l'resiclent, -591 Repre- BROXVN, NI1f1.vlN H.u'w.'.k1m. Oak Ridge. lennesseeg ILS. in Nlznhe- lnzltifs: Xleelizinieul lCugineer's Club, '56-'57g "'l"' Club, 'Sli-H383 . BROWN, RUBIQ.-XRD ll'.Xl.'l'lfR, Trenton. lenneswee: PLS. in Nlllllllf- litliiezitiong Future 'l'ezu'l1erm of iXl1lClilC2l, '55-'Mig International Relu- ISVRR, SARAH ELK.-XXOR. Ctnrullclzt. New York: ILS, in Hzltlletnzltitsz C.XRlJl"X, Helix' D.. Guild. 'lennegseeg BS. in Plnsii-sg Pliysirs Club. BILL MOORE USES spectroscope for a biology lab experimeni RTS AN SCIE C S CIIRIQIAN, BIN ll.. Naslivillc, 'lcuucssccg IIS. iu lliologyg Cliciuislry Club. '56-'BEL CLAY, NORMAN l.I-'M'I5. ll2ll'1'lIIIlIII. lll'llllL'SS1fCl BS. iu lliologv' Siu rlcut National liilufaliou .XiSOKlLlllIllI. '57-581 lau llcla Kappa. '57- :S CUl,l,llfR, ,IANIIN IYHAN, l'l0lIClllV1llIl, Icuucsscc: IIS. iu Nlatlic- inalncsg Xclcraus Club, ali-BSI: Cixil I+1ng'i11cc1'iug Club, '56-'57g Nlailicmalics Club. '58-239. CUNIJON, liRNlisl' .Xl.'l'0N, Daisy. Al'l'IIII0N9L'L'1 IIS. iu Pliysirsg Physics Club, '58-'59, l.I'CllSlII'CI', 138. COOK. SAXDRA NIfI.l. llUUPl"R, Cookcxillc-, lcuncssccg IIS. iu Social Sricilccg luiitrualioual Rclatious Club, '58-'Sill XYQQILA Ifoumlatiou, ...,., . . .IN .193 lrauslcr llUIII Xllllillll 1 lol lvqc' CIR.-XNIAURIJ. Cifolual-' Xl.XR5II.XI.I.. NI1. Pleasant, 'lfiiiicswccg IIS. in H islory. II.xi.1i, Di'x'ox1f. Allons. '1'eimcssi-cz ISS. in Pliysicsg Pliysics Club. 'SSM Cafeteria Club. 58. D1-LRRYISIQRRY, lin!-1 CAROL, Columbia. 'lifuucssccg IIA. iu liuglislig Illuglish Club, '55-'59, Sccrelary, '56-'57g Speech .M'livilics, '55-'59, Si:ct1'cla1'v, '56, l,l'CSlIlClII, 595 Pi Kappa Delia, '55-'59, Vice-l'rcsiclcnl, '5?i: Sigma 'lau llclla, '57-'59, Yirc-l'l'csiilc1il, 1383 Kappa Delia Pi. '57-'SEL Sccrclairy, 'GS-'SEIQ Tech Womi'u's Organization, '55-'59, Pres- imlcut, ,593 hlllllllll' Class ,llI'CZlSlll'CI'. 'SSQ XSSOL'lllICll Sluclcul Body' Council. '.'i9: cllIl'Cl'lL'2lilCI', '57-'BEIQ fflllfll' Stall. '57-GS: Xliss Iecb. 'Blk 'I -Club Ouccu. V571 Il'lm'.s ll'lm .-Imong SfIl!l1'lll.N in :lIlII'I'If'I1II Collzfgrcv ruzrl l'11izw'l'xiIif'.s. Iiixilxcwox. IloN.xl.u liiii, Nlaclison, 'I'cnncssi-cg ILS. in Biology I".cluc'aliou. l"IfNXliI.I., ICIJXYAIQIJ Rxv. Hcmlcrsomillc, 'IL-iincssccg IIS. in Nlatlic- IIILIIILSQ VICIIIICNSCLZ Society of l'I'4IliLTSSl0II2ll l'lIIglIILfCI'S, '56-'ESQ M11 clianiral Iiugiuucrs Club. ':37g Cryplious. 59: Nl2lllICI1l1lliCS Clllll, '58-'59. I'1.xiiifR'1x'. I'.xlklm:1.x l.oi,.,i-. t..iIIum, Imiiicsscvg IIS. in Social Siicliccz Soiiclx ol liusiucss. FS: llIlL'l'IIIlIOII2ll Rclwlious Club :S Ycwinau Club. '38-'59, Soc:-ctziry. 139: SL-:'z'ula1'iaI Sficim- Club N lrausfci' from I IIIXCISIIY of 'li CIlIIL'NSI'L'. Ifosliik, -Iullfs Ii.. Corpus Cbrisli. Icxasg 15.5. in Social Scienccg llzlbtiat Sluilcul l'uiou, '55-'59, l,I'lYSllll'III, '59: Rcbcl llillc-s, 'Sl-ob, Cryplious, 'T -7.3 1: " Page 45 GRAMMAR SCHOOL CHILDREN perform American 1o111 dance for an assembly program sponsored by SNEA AR'11 A D " 'CIE CE Page 46 1.111f1fx. 8.111.11.1x 81111. 1Z11Q11111111111g11. 11-1'111lC881'1'1 11.8. 111 linglish 11111 111111111111 1'1llg11811 1l11111. '511-'511: 5111116111 X11li1111:11 1'1111l1'2I11Il11 ,M s111'1.1111111. 118- 5111 1111111111 111 1.111181 81111111111 1-1'1111l1. 518-1111 11'1'1l 11 1 11'l7l111'1l'8 U1'5:111i1111i1111. '511-'5.1. 111111. 11111111.11 1iI'1Q11xlQ, 11CC1'11J11g1'. '1'C11I1C88C1T1 11.8. 111 1'111g11811 181111 1111111112 li11g1is11 111l11l. '593 8111110111 N111i1111111 1'111lI1'il11l1ll Xss111i111i1111 '593 1111111111 111-11:1 1'i. 511: 8ig'11111 11111 11L'1l1l. '5?1. 11.1Rl11, 811.111 11.xNl1.x. 1,lI11I81N1. 1c11111'ss1'1': 11.8. 111 51111111 8111-1111 1'.11111':1111111g 11111-11111111111111 R11111111111 1.11111. 18- 11111 8111111-111 X11l11111111 1'.1l11111l11111 XS1111111111111. .1511 P1111 1.11111. .1111 1111111111 111-1111 1'1. .111 11'l1ll811'l' 1111111 3111111111 1111111'g1'. HAR'l'Xl'1'I, IMAX!-Z 111111, N11S111'i11c, '1'1'1111css1'1-1 11.1. 111 1'1l1g1181I '1'1'1'11 1111011111111 S111'11'1y, '511g SlJCC1'11 .X1'li1i1i1's 111l11l, '511g '1'l'l'11 D 1x'Ul1lL'11'8 O1'g'1111il11li1111, '511-'5S1: '1'C1'11 111l1'1'1'8. 311359, S1'1'l'1'l1ll'1, '57 1'1'csi111-111, '5113 .X1111111 l'si 1J1111'g:1, '58-'59, 81'1'1'1'l111'1-'1'1'1'11s111'1'1', '5!l . . . , , 1'.l1g1l811 1f11111, '57-511: X1'1v111z111 1I11111, '511-'59, 'l'1'1'11x111'1'1', '5r1g 11111 1I11111. '5S1: 15.115111 12111-1-11. ,585 1,lIlI'lI' 811111. '58-'5!1g 1'1,X1QI.lf 811111. '51i '59, X11 1I1:1ss1-s 11'.11i1111', '57, .XsQ111'i111c 1i11il111. '58, 11111111111111-1I11i1'1', '59 ffUll1I'SIIlllI 511111. '59, l1'l111'.1 li'l111 1-Inmrzg Slurlwnlx in 1'1lIl!'lilIlll 1I11llr'g1a1 111111 l'11i1'1'1.1ili1'.1. H1'1.I.. N1.XR1i1l- l11111k111"l', 1.11111111111111g11. 1CllIl1'881'1'1 11.8. 111 1',llQ1l81l 1z1111111111111: 1'.llg1l81l 1.11111. l1l'.JS1 51111112111 N1l1ll1l11l1 lz1111111111111 ,Ks s111i111i1111, '57: 11'1'1l 1,121NCI'8. '511g .Xq1l11li1' 111111, '57-'5r1: 112119118 5111110111 1'11i1111. '57-'59, '1,l'1'8111C111. '511: U1'url1' S1ll11', '5S1: k11lIl1lll 1111188 S1'1I'1'11l1'1. '58, LIICNKINS, 111111. 31121111115 1flll'l112lgC, F1'CllllC88CC1 11.8. i11 X1111111'11111li1S Nl111111111111111s 111l111, ,111-1111, 1'lC8l11CIl1. .1113 111111 11111111, 511419. 111'll1ll N12l,1111', 51135113 11I'1lD111111S. '58-'511. 11111xs11N, 15l1.'l'1'Y11'. l'N111f11w111111. 112ll'11lZ1gC, '1'C1111CS81'1'Q 11.8. in 81111111 81'ic111'c 1i11111'111i1111: 1411111111 1301111 1'i, '58g 1111c1'1111li1111111 R1'11l111l1l5 1I11111, '583 111.-11:I.14 811111, '51, .X111c1'1i1i11g N12lll1lg1'l', '51: X1111111'111111i11 1I11111, '53-'51. R1'l1111'1c1', '5f1g Omrlf' 812111, '5f1. j11x1fs. j,xx111s K1x111ak, 81111111-ig111. '1'CI1111'881'L'j 11.8. in 81111111 S1'11'1111 1i11111'11li1111: 1I111'111isl1'1 1I11111. '55-'511g I1111'1'11z11i1111111 1101111111111 1111111 '57-'58, 111818 8111X11 1'1111111'l1 lk Y'l81lX111C.'1'1'l1111'881'1'1 11.8. in 111111111 111118118 111111, .11-.1!1. H1'1l'L'12lI'1. 1111. kxox. 11111111111 1111111-. 1.1111111111-. '1'C1111C88L'1'2 11.8. in 8111i11I 8111-1111 1-11l111111i1111: 11111-1'1111li1111111 R1'1111i1111s 1I11111. '511-'5113 X'1'11'I'1lIl8 1111111 '511-'5T1 l'11's111l1'1'i1111 1Q1'111111. '511-'511. 1.1'1'1'1.1a, R1J1Sl1R1' l'1111R1', -IR.. 1.1111'l'C11l'C1Jl1I'g, 11'l11l1'881'L'1 11.8. in N1z11111'111111i1s: '1'1'11111'881'1' 8111'i1'1y 111 1"1'11fCssi1111111 1'11lg11l171'l'8. '511-'57 1411171121 X111 1'1lJ81111ll. '5735!1g XVLHSIC7' 1"11111111111i1111, '511-'59, 1'1'1'si111'11l '5S1: Nl111111'11111li1's 1111111, '58-'59, 1.1112kli. X1.XRY 1'1l.I,1iN, 1I1111l111111111gz1, '1'1'1111118s111'g 11.8. i11 11i11111g1 11111 111111111113 1'1l1g11811 1Il1111, '511g 1I111'111is11'1' 111111, '5T: '1'21l1 111'111 1111111111 '5113 1111111111 111 11111'is1 8111110111 111111111 '511-1111: g1ll111'llI N11li1111111 1511- 11111111111 .Xss111i111i1111, '511-'59g 'l'111'11 1Y1'11111111's 171'g1111i1111i1111. '511-T111 11111511-1 1111111 11'X1l5 1Y11111:111'8 1'11i1c1'si11. PARENTS AND FRIENDS of seniors enjoy bullet supper alter Baccalaureate exercise l.Ol-LILI5. kllhlll-. NYl11mIwslcx'. lclxllcswcz ISS. iu Xluliczll 'lfclllmrnlllgyg lccb Klllculicul Srrcicly. '33-FS: lub XXVUIIICIIE fllgllllllllllllll. 'BSQ Lluumb ul Klnwl Sluclcul Cflmulp. Qu-418. Nltillolxbxx, Oils llI..XKl"I.Y, NloulL'1'c'v. VllCllllCYSCCQ ILS. in xllllllk' - - 1 ... , ... H- , Y .., - Ill2ll1C'SQ lxl1llllClllllIll'S Cllub, nh-nil, Xlc'L'-lrcsulcul. 118, l,l'CSlllL'lll. nfl, Slllill'Ill Nlllllllllll l',lllll1IllUll XNSULIZIIIUII, :vb-all, Xue-Prcsulcul. '37. l,l'CSltll'Ill, WN: Kappa: Xlu l:.IJSllUll. '57-'Bill Kulmpu llcllzl l'i. 'HS IW. l,l'l'YlllL'lll. 'fllll ll !lIl.N ll lm .lumug .Slurlrull in .lmfwzurz fm! lwgfw null I lIIl'f'lXIlll'X. Nlllll0Xlll'l.ll, ll'Il.I.lAXl C-R.xux', IR.. Nldliumillc. 'li-nullcsscug ILS. ul Soclzll Sclcluc-3 Rvbvl Rlllcs, lm-nf: RHIC. Rlllc lcalul. .wb-nfl. Yllt'-l'l't'xl1li'lll '38 Xl.Xllll4XX. lil l IX Lol . Nusllxlllc. lCllllL'5Nl'CQ 13.8. Ill ll1mlcn'y:C.l1cul- islry Club, 'Sli-1771 Psp Cllub, '57-'BSL lulclllxllicruul Rl'l2lllUl1S Club. .mSAqwEl: .xilllilllf Llub. nb-nfl. NC1lL'llII'l. Qu: lccll lllllIlL'IlS 01- glllllllllllill, 'Sli H391 WL-Slcx lrllllllllllllllll. '57-'BSI lub flllllillllll M smiuliuu. 'Sli-'.'v9: Xquulim Kliub f2llt'l'll Xllklllllillll. 138. XllflJl.lfX, lllr, l.1lllCklSlCl'. lclllxcssc-1-1 lib. iu Smlul Snicucc: Clixll l'lllglllCl'l'lllg Club, 'BTC llvwrxc Olllrus .XSSOI'l1lllUll, '38-'SEIQ lulcr- uzlliouzll Rcluliuus Club. '58-'59, Vive'-l'1'c-wirlcxll, 'Slip lirypllolw, '58 nil, l'1'vsulL'ul, 119. NlliYLIRS. Xliklllli l.lfl4.. ilk.. Clllllllllllltlgll. 'l.CllllCi5l'L'I BS. in Pu' l.11w Social Smicnrc: Pop Cllub. '58-'391 Rep Rzllly flllzliruluu. 'Blk V1.1 ll. -, ,......,,m .-,... lllILlll.llI0ll.ll RLl.11u1us C lub. .wb-nil, Spucll .XCllXlllCS, nh-1193 Iu- 1rum1u'z1l lfuulbull, 'Sli-T181 lllIl'2lllllII'lll Buwkctlyull, '57f59g INIDO Ylvc-l'1'cwiclm'11l. Tull: vll'illlSll'l' from l'11ix4-wily ul' fll'0I'gl2l. XlIl.1.lfR. i1l1.xlu,1-s lllll. Xuxlnillv. llcum-sscc: IES. iu flllClIllNllf1 fllL'I1lIAllf Llub, 18,4235 XlllCl'lCklll f.lll'lllIll1ll Smklclx. JS-nfl. Xloolw. RUISIVRI' .xxln-umm, Nmlmxillc. 'lbulncssccg 15.8. in Smiul SllC'llL'L'Q Society lm' lbc Xclxzlmeluclll ul Xlululgculcul. 'Sli-'57g llllC'll . . , ...,.. . , . ,. uallumul Rl'l1lll0llN C.lub. :IN-.llll ll'2lIlSll'I' fmul xllllllCl'lJllI lun xcrsily, Nlcml-lumix. Ii1f'1'1x'1f l.0I'7Sl-', SIJLITILI, Ivuucmu BS. in Sul-iul Scicucc l".allu'ulim13 Scr1'c'lu1'1z1l gK'li'llllC Cllub, 'GIVSSQ Sluclcul Nil' lllllllll l'lCllIL'1lll0I1 XSSUll2lll0ll, '36-'BEIQ lulcruutimlul Rvlulious Club, 'Sli-'Bill lvcb l'luyc'1's. '57-59: lub llzuul, '36-'5El: lll'lll llillmaulcrs. .112 l4rcsluuuu lloruuuux c.llllllNCllll'. .vu'.vh. XIl'1,l.lA.xX. kI.XXllfS lil'1ml1X', Cllxulluluvugu. 'l'c111u'sscm'g ILS. in ling' lisllg liuglislm Club, T371 Yc'lc'1':111s' Cllub. '573 lfulurm' 'l'c11cl1c'1s ul Xlucriczl. -571 Sigma luu llrllu, 'SEL Yin'-l'l'cwimlm'lll. WT: Unrrlr' Stull. All,lf1HIlt'XfJIl7lNlLlll, .:1, Xlzlllh. l5ll.l.X R., Nlmllc'1'c'x. ln-llluwwcg BS. iu Smiul Snicucv lill- unuliou. Xlc:11o1.sox. l.II.l.l.'XN I-I-R.Xl.DINlf. .Mbhuul Clily. 'I'c-uucsscug 15.8. in Sufiul SK'li'llll' liilllflllllllll 'lull XYHIIICII-A fmlgllllllllllllll. '53-US: lccll flll'lNllAlll xSNULlllllUll. m-.urig l'1 lxuppu llc-llu, ,m-JS. Cm'- lbillflllillllg M'LI'Cl2l1'X. 'ful-'.'vS1 Sbcull Xflixilicx, '33-IHS: lllll'l'llll' liuuzll Rclzuirmux lllub, 'flfa WSQ Slllllvlll Xlllllblllll lfilllllllllhll Xwuiu llllll. .35-1-18. ARTS A D SCIE C ' 'R -5' sf gg g' 31, - " ' l K ' . --11-5 :51-ig iif' Wi ' 1' ' I N " M, , 1 Page 47 LAST APPEARANCE of Four Teens during "AII Night Sing" which featured nationally famous gospel quartets RTS AN QCIE' CEC All w ,.: . L Page 48 WWW! 'M ' l ovmwwv w W ""' ,... ,..., . , gf- "" Qiifesjii Till? 510' lf ,,,-- 1 2 M 55 " QM .Y N Nfiliiiliii a a ..., Q, I .li,,:.f Glue 5,5 ' A Hlz- N :-p:.:. " 2.:.li::Z5::,:., ,ff 'www OWVN, RUlSliR'l' CARRUI.. SIJQIYIZ1, 'llcllllcssuvg BS. ill lliulmlglg fllll'll1, islry Cflllll. '57-'SSQ llllllilgf rXll'zll'cl. '37-'BSL lfzlclllly gillUl1Il'SllllJ, 'SH- '59. OWIVA- .IMJK ll.. Rml4ll'rlrlll. il'k'llllL'S9CC'I ISS. ill xliIlllC'lllilllIiI Clllll. 15.71 Rillc 'lc':llll. 'Bl-713. x - - 5 - 1 Il-xlll-lu.k.xm. IRXNLIA llfxlal. HlX5lDll. llL'llIll'NNL'l'1 ISS. ill Slllillll sk'lL'llll' lillllnzalimlll: lillglisll fllllll. 137: llllL'I'llLlllUll1ll Rrlzllimlllx Cllllll. 'BS-'39, 5L'tli'l2lI'N. 'Slip l'l'Lll XYmlll1cll's fllvklllllllllllll. '37-'flilg lull v H , . . . . ...-... . . . ...,.,t clll'lNll2Ill XNNUKILIIIHII. .H'.l.l15IJCL'lll ,XLllXllll'N. ,ln-.l,l. l'lfRRX'. llll.l.Y XYxNNIf. l'llI'Illllltl, 'lbllllcssn-0: IRS. ill fillt'IlllSIl'f2 Clllclllialll fllllll, '.7li'1'l!l. Xiu'-l'l'L'sillclll. 'Hill .Xlllcl'i1'4lll flllL'Illll1ll . - ,..,,.. Smlrlcly, nh-ull. l'r1Xl'l-Zks. XX'.xI.lIl4 l.l1l-'. l0IlIlL'SNQC Rimlgv, lI4'llllk'9Nl'L'I ISS. ill Pllysics: Pi lialllllzl l,K'llll. 172. Xll'C'l,l'CilIlL'lll. YW: Pllysirs fllllll. '373 lllllbllxl 5llIllL'Ill llllclll. nil. I'l'c'wlllc'lll, JSI: SlN'l'lll XlllKIlli'N, ,Mg .xillllllll f.llllJ. QM. R.xxlll.l-5. mlm- lyxxlll. Slllllll l'i11sllul'g. lclllll-mm-3 IRS. ill Smizll Sain-llcl-5 f.LllL'll'll1l filllll, '36-'38, Yicc'-l'lvsillL'llI. 'Sill cillL'IlllNIl'l lllllll, 'Bti-'flip Illlc'l'llz11i1lll.ll Rc'l.lli4llls filllll. '37-'BEIQ l'cp filllll, '37- 'W l'lLNllllllll lhlllllilrllx Chl. mlm WNW! Sllllill Xclixiliu filllll . l l.Z". L ."Il5' .l4'..I " "- . .13-All. RUAXRIQ, lll-NRN XY., l,1ll1llClll'. lfllllcssccz ILS. ill Smizll Stll'lN'l'I llllL'l'll2lllllll2ll Rl'lLlllIlIli fllllll. gm-JS, l1'czls11l'c1'. QM. Rolslxmx, tilxllllll jo. Klan-Ixmllliilc, 1'll0l'lIl2lQ ISS. ill Biology: llillll 130111 lilllllbll, '58-'BSL Rl'IJUl'lL'I', '58, Scr'l'c't:ll'y, ,Blk .xlllllllll fllllll, ,SS 139, Vive'-l'l'c'siclclll. 1391 Ular'lr', '58-593 liCL'll Clllrlir. 'SH-'Bill XYUQIM lfollllllzltillll, 'SH-'Slip l'l1lllSl'cl' ll'Olll .lZll'li5OllXlllC Vllilclsily. I Roullks. -Lxxllllf Xxx! ll'i-. xl2lIli'l1QilCl'. I'cllllcasc'cg ISS, ill lillglisll lznlllulllmlg l'.llgllNll C.llllJ. qlNf.lSl. l'l'CSlllClll. 39: lt'lill PlllfL'IS. 'SS' 19, 5CCl'i'l2ll'N. .l!lg Xlllllll IN1 KNIICQZI, :url-Jil. Xiu'-l'l'1'slllclll. JSP: Pep f.llllJ. 1393 Wulvy l"Ullllll2llll7ll. 'BS-'SSIQ SIlIllL'lll Xallirlllzll lillll- llllllbll lXNhUllllllUll. 'SS-'3Sl: U14 Zlllll StlL'lllC fillllllfll, 'SEM lllIllNlL'Ii llwlll Xllllllll lllllllbl' C.mlllc'Q,L'. 5XXIl'I.lfS. C-.xNl1l.ll- NlC.fiII'Rl4, filCXCl2lllll, l'L'llllL'iSl'L'I li.X. ill ling- Iisllg lillglisll fllllll. '.7li-139. Rcpo1'Lcl', H381 Siglllzl l'zl11 lltllll. '57-'51J. l,l'L'Sllll'lll, '391 S1104-all Xclililirs, 'ill-59. 'Yirc-l'l'c'si1lL'lll. 179. 'l'l'c'z1s' lll'Cl', 'SSI Pi lillllllil llL'll2l. 'Sli-'59, VlVl'C'llSllI'L'l', '.7Sg ll'l'ill xYllIIll'Ili'Q fjligilllllllllilll lluzllrl, WS: ll'lm'x lllllll Alllllllg .NllllfI'Hl.N ill .-llllwlirrlll l,Ullr'ge'.x unrl I lllw'l.s1llf'.l'. Sf1,xXlmI.NX, Ill'I.IfA Xl.fXRlNlf. lllllllllll, llL'lllll'NSl'l'2 ISS. ill llilllllgy lakllllillllllll f.llL'IlllilI'N fllllll. 'Fill-'58, Sluxlgm, klollx XVII l I.XXl. .Ilan l,Ulli'l5flll. lL'llllk'NSi'i'1 IRS. ill l'lluiw1 l'llfSlLiS Llllll. JU. Sxttltlt, CHERRY Xti1.L, Iivingston, Tennessee, BS. in Medical Technology, Cltentistry Club, '56-'58. SPARRMAN, HtJtstsR't' BAXTIQR, Doyle. Tennessee, B.S. in Biology, Chemistry Club, '51-'55, Biology Club. '57-'59, Yll'C-l'l'CSlllClllQ, '58- '59 S't',xNtfoRn, DoN,xt.o IiTRoN, Cookeville, 'l'ennessce, BS. in Biology, Chemistry Club, '55-'57, Biology Club, '59, lau Beta Kappa, '59, Veterans Club, '55-'56, STONIQ, l'lAROI.D DEAN, Tullaltoina, Tennessee, BS. in Nlatlie- inatirs, Tennessee Society of Professional Engineers, '56-'57, Pep Club, '58, Matlietnatics Club, '59, Baseball, '57-'59, Iutrauutial Sports, '56-'59. 'l'HOxI,ts. BETTY -IVAN, Rocktale, Tennessee: BS. in Matlietuatics Iiducatiou, Nlatlientaties Club. '56-'59, Secretary-'l't'easut'er, '58, Victe-President, '5Sl. President, '59, Student National lidueation ,Xs- soeiatiou. '56-'59, l'ep Club, '58-'59, EAGLE Stall, '57-'59, 'l'eel1 XVOIIICIBS Organization, '56-'59, Arts and Sciences Council, '59, I-Iotuecotning Queen Attendant, '58, Class Beauty, '58, IIlll'lllllllI'2ll Sports, '56-'59, Arts and Science Couneil, Secretary. '59, VIYURNICR, PEGGY RUTH, Tullaliotna. Tennessee, BS. in Nlatlie- matics liducation, Nlathetuatirs Club, '57-'59. UNDt2R1xm'N, BARBARA Jo, Athens, Tennessee, BS. in Biology lidu- cation, '1'au Beta Kappa, '55-'59, Canterbury Club, '55-'56, 'l'eelt Wotneu's Organization, '55-'57, Student National lidueation AS- sociation, '57-'59, Cltetnistry Clttb, '55, leflt Sweetheart, '55, Fresh- man Class Secretary, '55, XVAGGONER, Slllf JANE, Coodlettsville, Tennessee, BS. in Social Science, International Relations Club, '58-'59, Pep Clttb. '59, Trans- fer front Martin College. WVLLRNIQR, JOHN B., JR., Rotltwootl, Tennessee, B..-X. in Biology, Associated Student Body Vice-l'i'esitlettt, '58, Biology Clttb, '58-'59, President, '59, Pep Club, '58, Orarle Stall. '59, Veterans Club, '57- '59: gxllllilllti Club. '51, Arts and Sfientt' Council, President, '59, W1-1s't'1sRooK, Xtlxxim Stjti, Cliattanooga. Tennessee, BS. in Medical Technology, leeli Cliemical Sotiety, '57959, Teclt XYOlllCl1'S Organi- zation, '57-'59, Clittrelt ol' Clitist Student Group, '57-'59, 'l'eel1 Choir, '58, 'l'et'li Chorus, '57A'58, 'l'I'2lIlSl'Cl' from David Lipscontb College, '56. XYILLIANIS, Axtxtx CL,tRoLixic, Cookeville, Tennessee, BA. in Biol' ogy, Tau Beta Kappa, '57-'59, Future 'l'C1lt'llCI'S of Atueriea, '55-'57, Aqtlatie Clttb, '57, Newman Club, '55-'59, Secretary. '56-'57, Kappa Delta Pi, '57, Bartoo St'ltolat'sbip, '58, WiLI.t,txts, JOHN SLOAN, Static, Tennessee, B.S. in Social Science lidutation, International Relations Clttb, '57A'59, Vice President, '59, Veterans Club, '57-'59, Crypltons, '58-'59, Sergeant-at-Arms, '59, Student National liducatiou .Xssociatioit '59, Distinguished Military Student. '59. XVlNTl4'RS, 'IUNY BROOKS, Sptinglield, 'l'ennessee, BS. in Social Sfience l':llllL'flll0llQ Crtpltons, '58-'59, International Relations Club, '55-'59, 'lech Band, Distinguished Military Student, '59, Cumberland l'resbytet'ian Club, '59, ROTC Band, '55-'56, Student National l-lducatioual .-Xssotiation, '59, lnttatutnal Sports, '56-'5El. Wyxxtc, Bl.-XRIUN Rtixxtfttt. South Pittsburg. Tennessee, BS. in Nlatlteuiatits, Nlatlientatics Club, '59, Baptist Student Lfnion, '57. RTS AN CIE CE Page 49 JOE CONRY, late Director ot School ot Agriculture 3111 itlivmnrittm Joining the Tech 'faculty in I920, the late Joe Conry served as di- rector of the School of Agriculture. He received his B.S. in l920 and his master's degree in I928 from George Peabody College with additional graduate worlc at iowa State College. Conry served Ten- nessee Tech for 39 years. He will be remembered as one of the early developers and promoters of agriculture for the Tech campus. A man who enjoyed his chosen vocation, he iound an outlet for his ability both on the campus and on his own farm. He was a sincere and able friend to those who knew him. . School Teaches Scientific Farming Proper inethocls in agriculture are hecoining more important claily with the increase in the worlclis food tleniancl. 'lihe aclyancecl stucly ol' agriculture in schools such as the 'l'ech School of Agriculture has beconie a necessity. The priinary purposes ol. the School ol' Agriculture are to teach scientific inethotls ol' larniing, to prepare young nien to participate ellectiyely in hoine antl coni- niunity life. anal to cleyelop future leaders in the lielcls ol' agriculture. These purposes are accornplishecl by a specialization ol' the stuclent's chiel' interest area along with a parallel curriculum which will enhance the stu- tlent's general eclucation. Practical application ol classroom principles lintl an outlet antl a laboratory in the niany activities ol' the inotlern liZll'lll. which is operatetl by the stutlents. Crop planning, crop experimentation. anal clairying are a lew of the niany activities in which the stuclent-liartners engage at the iarrn. Agricultural science, agrononiy, agricultural nice chanics, aninial husbantlry. clairy hushantlry. horticul- ture, pre-forestry and pre-veterinary nieclicine are the lieltls of stutly ollieretl in the School ol' A-Xgriculture. The School ollers a curriculum leacling to the l5.S. tlegree. The School consists ol' liour tlepartnients: agrie culture science. agriculture economics. agronorny, ancl aniinal husbantlry. .loc E. Conry was clirector ol' the School of Agriculture. THE STUDENT-OPERATED Tech farm has modern dairy facilities "1lINll"""""" cm11Y'f' f- , Y Home Ee. Develops l-lomemaking kills The courses olf the School of Home Economics pro- vide professional preparation and general homemaking education directed toward the development ol' special skills and abilities which are needed to manage all phases of home and lamily lile. Ill the fulfillment of its dual purpose, the Home Economics School oflers courses in the major lields oli clothing, home management, textiles, food, child care, nutrition, and methods ol' teaching home economics. Practical utilization of classroom knowledge is pur- sued in various labs and especially at the home man- agement house. Graduates of the School are required to spend a quarters residence at the house, where they direct and manage the daily homemaking activities and duties. Homemaking education aids the student in the achievement ol' those qualities which will make a fuller personal, family and community life. Courses are di- rected to help the individuals understanding of the social, intellectual and physical aspects of family life. The curriculum for professional preparation is planned to train young women in the various phases of vocational home economics. These courses include training for leaching, extension service, mirsery work, dietetics, nursing, and medical technology. MISS MARGARET JOHNSON, Acting Director of School of Home Economics Miss Johnson, who is now serving as acting director of the School of Home Economics, was graduated from George Peabody College for Teachers in l920. She received her M.A. from Peabody in l930, having joined the Tech faculty in l926. SENIOR HOME economics majors spend a quarter's residence in the home management house located a short distance 'From main campus " , 1':ZL5al1,f""r'gTff' i 2 ww, gi A .Q vim gl? aa., fs-if 'if' 3' F F W. CLYDE HYDER, W. J. I-IUDDLESTON, DR. E. B. KNIGHT, Department of Animal Husbandry Department of Agronomy Department of Agriculture Education Departmental Heads Faeult FIRST ROW: Harold C. Funk, Esther Montgomery, Mrs. Charlene Mullins, Charles Pangle. Second Row: Robert T. Parham, Chrissa Wendt, Marie White Page 52 XLLLN. fllltlkfilf D., C11111kc1'illc. 'l'c1111cssc-cg 15.8. in 1Xg1'ic'11l1111"1l Xxnriksox, AIMII-is lJo1:r:l.,xs, Spuml, 'l'c1111cssecg ISS, in ,Xgl'0ll0lIlyQ Xg1'o1111111y cllllll, '58-'5Elg I'cc'l1 Aggies. 'Mi-'5H. XNDRIN. ll'll.l.l,XXl Il,xx111.1'ox. tlI111111111m1g'11. lL'IlllL'NNi'L'Q ISS. 111 Xg1'iLl1ll111m': l1111'z1111111'11I l'11dsllcl111ll Cll111111pio11sl1ip. '37-'ESQ '1'1'z111NI1'1' lmm ,XlllJll1ll. 110. HOME ECONOMICS MAJORS HAVE "spot of tea" at Home Management House EGRIC LT RE-HO IE ECONOMICS ricnccg Axgllllllllllf fllllll. 'Sli-'STQ vllCK'll Aggies, 'Bti-'Bill Rebel Rillcs, 1 l lfg-EP 52121.21 ..,., Ig ' H ' lllmfll ' ' ' "lr 15" -1 ' 5 "l R ""' lll-QXRDIAN. . J. . .1 ' i '. K'llllCSNCK': IES. 111 llomu lzcuf -1.,-- "-' -- ri. IIUIIIILN. U 1 . . . , 2 . . . ' H f 5, ll'0lllCIl.S O1'g1111i.'z1Ii1r11, 'Sli-'593 VlL'lll SlYCl'lllC2llkl. 'SN .xlltllllllll lo E ' -fm? Xillllllli' fllllll f?'l1CL'll, ,571 "1" tilulm f2llCCll. 'Brig Xlny Queen, '59, """' " "" A ,. ' 1 ISOARIJNIAN, -I.-XXIII' 'l'IfRRY. New ,Xllrz111y. l111li1111z1: BS. in l'lUlllC Q' " X g nu' 1 l1co11o111i1-xg Home l'll'lllIlllllll'S Club, '56-'59: 'I'c1'l1 W11111c11's Organi- l lzllioll. 'Bti-,595 ROTC Sp1111s1m1', 58. ' V -. . ,.,, 1:is1..: . .,.,..,.. B .. fl: 221 . si 1 BOND. IUXIXIY. S1111ll1x1llc, le1111c'w1'c1 lib. 111 llgury l'lll5lJ2lIllll'fj lilmk :1111l Brimllc. 'SS-'593 'l'c1l1 Xggivs, 'GS-'59, 5? '- -:Q , . , . . . Ziifltli l CARR, lll1ll'Y SUV, Rlllxlllilll, Ic11111wx1'1'3 BN, Ill Ilmm' l'.1'o11o1111ms: TL? fngzffff 11110 a . ,. . . . , vim-.193 l1z111slc1' f1'o111 D2lX1ll I,1ps1111111l1 l.ullcg1'. .n1. uf. Chxsll. Dux IVAN. ffL'lllK'lNllll'. lCllIlt'NNl'l'Z Hb. 111 Xg1111111111y1 I1'cl1 Xggics. '53-'SSDQ .Xg1'o11u111y Cllulx. '53-'591 Xggicz flllllllllll Slzxll. '57 38, llL'll0l'Il'I', '57-H383 CIl1111'1l1 of C1l11'iwl SIlI1lL'lll Kllllllll. '55-'SSL 1 CI11R1s11.xN. Slum' Aram-s. 6111okex'1llc. lL'llllCSSCCI ISS. lll llumc lim- ,gl 13. ,.,, - - 11o111i1N: llmnc lico1111111i1s fllllll, 'Sli-Fil. HQ-c'1'L'l:11'y. 'ESQ Cl1111'1l1 of 45 N 5 fll11'iSl S1111l1-111 fQ1'u11p. '37-'BSL W W, 2,1- f11..XRK,.IXNl4 l,1flf. RMI lloilillg Sp1'111gw. 'l'c'1111uM1'v: ISS. lll llu1111: V 'ig QA ,ff K ll1'1111c1111i1's llllllllllllllll Ilomc 1".c111111111i1s fllllll. 'Sli-'SEL 'I'1'1'z1s111'1'1', Y ""-P35 ' " Sli. l,l'CSltlk'lll. 139: iII1111'1l1 of CIl11'is1 SllltlClll UITDIIIJ. '56-E393 Miss I 1 S- Home li1u1111111i1S, 'Mig ll'lm'.s Illm ,llllllllg .S1111l1'11ls 111 ,-1n11'1ir'r111 fff1l1'zfg1w 111111 I'r1i1'f'1'.sifi1w. '39, 5' mziiglisjgn . 'I' W l flmlxllxrzs. QUNTUN lf.1'1114X1-'. lgXI'Kl5lIPNll, 'I'u1111uw1-g BS. in ,Xg1'i- - 12551, lllllllI'lll Sll1'llil'Q Aggie. '39, -.L 1 O' K Page 53 GRIC LTURE-HOME ECONOMICS Page 54 IQASICICRLY, 15ILLx' L., l5A1'tlSlU1Yl1. leuuessee, 15.5. iu Agrieulturzil Science, '1'ech Aggies, '5ll. l'l1'1.1iY, ROBICRT HA11.14lX'. JR., N21Sl11lllC, '1'euuessee, 15.8. iu Auiuull llusbzuulryg Society ol' l5usiuess, '55-'56, 15loek :tual 15I'itlle, '57-511, '1'ech Aggies, '57-'59, Secretztry, '59, tLI.IfIsN, KATHLRINI41 CII.xRI.IcIaN, Millington, Home liconomiesg Home licouomits Club, '59, 1Vesley lfotuulattiou, '58-'59, Trztusfer from Lzuubuth College, leuuessee: 15.8, iu l1AtIRIi'I"I'. -IOAXNLQ, Cztrtllztge. Ieuuesseeg 15.5. iu Home lieouotuicsg llotue Economies Club, '56-'59. HIVXRY, WILLIAM DIQAN, Crossxille. 'leuuesseeg 15.5. iu ,'Ag'l'lC11ll11l'1ll Science, '1'eeh Aggies, '56-'59. 11It1RIcY, JAMES WIIIIAAI, Spartan, 'leuuessceg 15.5. iu Agriculttu-:il Scieuce, Tech Aggies, '56-'5E1. IILIJDLICSTON, AIARY AlAR1IN, Cookeville, Teuuessee, 15.5. iu llotue licouomicsi Home l'll'01101l1llS Club, '55-'59, Pilfllll111Cl112l1'lll11. '58- '5!1: '1'ech 1Yotueu's fllglllllllllltlll, '55-'59, 15ozu'cl Aletuber, '5ti, l'rcsi- tleut of 'lowu Girls' Dixisiou, '59, Aquatic Club. '55. H1l1JD1.ES'1'ON, IIXINARIJ RAY, 1.n1fzuette. Teuuessee, 15.8. iu Agri- cultural Science, 'l'ech Aggies, '56-'59, Baseball illlflllll, '58. Alomgs, WILLIIQ 1f.u'I41, Hixsou, Tennessee, 15.8. iu Home licouomits, Home licouoiuics Club. '56-'59, Church of Christ Stutleut Croup. '5ti-'59, liztgle Stull, '59, '1'ech Wotueu's fflglllllllllltlll, '56-'59. Kiaxtv, jot: FRAXIQ, Whitleyxille, 'leuuesseez 15.8. iu Auituzxl Hus- lJ2l11Ill'A'Q Block Zlllll l5t'itlle Club, '57-59. K1fRI.IfY. DFLPHIA t11ct:II.1a AAN, llautou, leuuessee 15.5. iu Home licouotuicsg Home licouotuics Club, '58-'59, Tech XYotueu's Orgztui- fzttiou, '57-'59, '1'ech Christiaiu Association, '57-'59, Czileterizt Club, '57-'59, Wesley F01l1ltl1lll011, '57-59. KIQY, DAVID BRAIJIIZY, Lixiugstou. leuuessee, 15.8. iu ,Ag1'01l0lI1A'Q Agronomy Club. '57-'59, 1..xlfIfYI1R. 15E'I"I'x' RLU111. Spartan, leuuessee, 15.5. iu Home licouonuics 1-Itluczttiou, Home licouotuics Club. '56-'592 Vice Presitleut, '572 'l'ech AVOIIICIIQS O1'g2l1lll2lIlll11, '5tiA'5E1, liech Christizui Associzttiou, '5tif59, Wesley Fouudatiou, '56-'59. l.IiIC, JUNE, N1211'1l1l, 'l'euuessee, 15.9. iu Home Fcouoiuics 1'lilll1'2lllUllj fl21l1lC1'lJll1'y Club, '57-'59, Setretztry, '57, State Secretztry, '59, Home licououiics Club, '57-'59, Speech Activities. '57, Tech Choir, '57, '1'ech Chorus. '57, ICAGLI4' Stull. '58: Student Life litlitoi, '58, '1'ech AAvOl11C11lS O1'g811lll1lliJll, '57f'59. l5o:u'cl Xleiuber, '59. l.1'AV1S, YIRGII.. Cookexille, leuuesseeg 15.S. iu Dairy llusbuutlryg 1'ech Aggies, '57-'58, 151ock zuul 151'iclle. '56-59. AlCNlURRAY, AY.-INIIA SIJIC, Cluittzuioogti, Teuuesseeg 15.8. iu llotue l'll'01l01ll1LfSQ Home FifUl10lI11i'S Club, '56-'59, Pltysicttl Iillllfillllill Clllb, '58-'59, Tech AV0111Cl1lS fjlgllllllilllllll. '56-'59, Rho lipsilou Rho, '59, juuiot' Class Beauty, '58. ALASTERS, HELEN IPAYIQ, Lixiugstou, leuuesseeg 15.8. iu Home lico- uotuics Education, Home l'lC0110I1lltS Club. '5tif'59, 'l'ech 1X'mueu's fffgllllllilllflll, '56-'59, Church of Christ Student Group, '56-'59, , . . . ,.... ,.. fI2llClL'1'l2l Club, 51- 58. A10N'1'GUAI1iRY, Digxxls 1.1f15RUX, Cilexeluucl. 'leuuesst-eg 15.8. iu .Ag1'01101llA'Q Agrououu Club. '55-'59, 1'1'esideut, '58, '1'ech Aggies, '55-'59, Vice-Presicleut, '58, Sgt.-att-Arms, '57. AIOORE, CHARLOTTE Es'l'ER, Lalfollette, Tennessee, B.S. in Home Economics Education, Home Economics Club, '56-'59, M'esley Foun- dation, '56-'59, Tech Women's Organization, '56-'59, Cafeteria Club, '56-'59, Tech Aggie Queen, '58. PALLADINO, WAADA C., Cookeville, Tennessee, B.S. in Home lico- nomics Education, Home Economics Club, '56-'59, Baptist Student Union, '58. PAss0NS, JOAN WUMBLE, Lynchburg, Tennessee, B.S. in Home lico- nornics, Home Economics Club, '51, '59, Tech XVomen's Organiza- tion, '5-l, Football Queen, '54, National Science Foundation Grant, '58, Senior Class Beauty, '59. POLLARD, FORREST KIRBY, Franklin, Tennessee, B.S. in Agronomy, Tech Aggies, '57-'59, Treasurer, '58, President, '59, Agronomy Club, '57-'59, Secretary, '58, '59, Cafeteria Club, '57-'59, Vice-President, '57-'58, President, '59, Wl1o's Who Among Sludenls in American Colleges and l'niversities, '59, Transfer from Martini College, '57. RAGAN, JOHN R., Thompson's Station, Tennessee, B.S. in Animal Husbandry, Tech Aggies, '57-'59, REYNOLDS, BUDDY L1-1v0N, Granville, Tennessee, B.S. in Animal Husbandry, Block and Bridle Club, '56-'59, President, '58, Tech Aggies, '56-'50, Gryphons, '58-'59, Aggie Contact Staff, '56-'59, Cir- culation Manager, '57. Business Manager, '58-'59, Block and Bridle Club Yearbook, Co-Editor, '58-'59, Il'lz0 II'ho's Among Studenls in Americmz Colleges and lf'11i1fer.vilie.s, '59, junior Member Reserve Of- ficers Association, '58-'59, Rifle Team. '56-'59, Agriculture Scholar- ship, '56, Distinguished Military Student, '5El. REX'NOLDS, PATSY ANNE, Granville, Tennessee, B.S. in Home Eco- nomics Education, Home Economics Club, '56-'59, Speech Activities Club, '57-'59, Secretary. '58, Pi Kappa Delta, Corresponding Secretary, '58, Tech Womens Organization, '56-'59, Tech Christian Association, '56-'59, Tech Christian Association Cabinet, '59, X'Vesley Foundation, '57-'59, Faculty Scholarship, '59, Kappa Delta Pi, '59, ll'l1o's II'l1o Among Slnflenls in American Colleges and l'niver.rilies, '50 Rrzrxouns, Soisxv Di-:i,oN, Granville, Tcmressee, B.S. in Animal Husbandry, Tech Aggies, '56-'59, Block and Bridle Club, '56-'59, Aggie Contact Staff, '56-'59, Gryphons, '58-'59, Junior Reserve Of- ficers Association, '58-'59, Block and Bridle Yearbook Co-Editor, '58-'59, Agriculture Scholarship, '56, Distinguished Military Stu- dent, '59, Rifle Team. '56-'59, ll'l1o's Wim Among Sudenls in Anierican Colleges and l'niversilie.r, '59. RICHARDSON, KEITH, Algood, Tennessee, B.S. in Agricultural Sci- ence. SCHRADER, EDDIE EUGENE, Alma, Michigan, B.S. in Horticulture, Tech Aggies, '56-'59, Vice-President, '56, Aggie Contact, '56-'59, Reporter, '57, Typist, '58, Business Manager, '59. SEXTON, GEORGE. HARKJLD, Oneida, Tennessee, B.S. in Agricultural Science, Tech Aggies, '56-'59. TIIOAIAS, XVILDA JLAN, Pikeville, Tennessee, B.S. in Home Fco- nomics Education, Home Economics Club. '56-'59, Tech Band, '56, Church of Christ Student Group, '58-'59, Tech Christian Association, '56-'59, Tech Women's Organization, '56-'59. VALJUHN, Boisiiv J., Smithville, Tennessee, B.S. in Agronomy, Aggie Club, '56-'59, Agronomy Club, '56-'59, Reporter, '57, Vice-President, '38 XYHITE, D1-1NNls R.. Old Fort. Tennessee, B.S. in Agronomy, Aggie Club, '53-'51, '58-'59, Agronomy Club, '53-'51, '58-'59, Veterans Club, '58-'59, Football Team, '53-'5-l, GRICULTURE-HO ECONOMICS Page 55 J. M. HENDERSON, Director of School of Engineering ln his 35th year of service, Prof. J. M. Henderson serves as director of the School of Engineering. A graduate ot the University ot Tennessee, he received his B.S. in Civil Engineering in I922 and his M.S. in I924. He became a licensed engineer in I924. Engineers Acquire Technical kills The zttlvent. ol' the "Space Age" has greatly in- creztsecl the LlClIl2llltl for top-rztte engineers both in prirzite inclustry zlntl lor governmental research. 'l'his clemztncl is met hy the Tech School olf Engineering with its znleqttztte :intl lttlly ztccreclitecl training course. clUl'lilClllllIIl emphasis has been plztcecl on the luntlzle mentztls ol' the prolession-ntztthemzitics. physics. ape pliecl :incl theoretical mechztnics. which leztcl to the hiffhl' snecizilifecl envineerinv' Jl'llCiiCCS. 'llhe 'l'ech 5 U D l School ol Engineering gives the stuclent :tn opportunity K K to ohtztin the best techniczil ecluczttion Zllltl :tt the sznne time permits the essential tlevelopment ol' social :intl cultttrztl aspects ol' lile. lncluclecl within the School ztre the tlCIJ2ll'lll1C11LS oll general :incl chemical. mechztnicztl. civil. nntl electrical engineering. lizich tlcpzirtnient proxticles a well- orgzinifecl engineering curriculum. slantecl to meet the intlivicluztl stuclenlfs interests gtntl neecls. 'llhe high quzilitx' zincl prolessionztl skill ol' the grznltxzttes of the 'l'ech Engineering School has clone much to increase the prestige ol' the entire college. The Schools reptttzttion is such that the 'l'ech grzttl- 11211.05 ztre much in clemztntl hy leatling companies throughout the nzttion: mztnx' potential engineers are ftttrzictecl to the college. Incoming freshman engineers are required to meet high entrance rccluirenients. FUTURE ENGINEERS ACQUIRE professional training in Engineering Building JAMES S. BROWN, WILLIAM H. LEWIS, C. P. PHILPOT, Mechanical Engineering Industrial Technology EIectricaI Engineering RAY KINSLOW, General D. W. MATTSON, Civil Engineering Engineering and Engineering Chemisiry DEPARTMENTAL HEADS FACULTY FIRST ROW: John A. Bullington, Marvin Byrom, W. B. Clement, Horace D. Craun, AIberI: L. Duke. Second Row: Ralph L. DuncIceI. C. O. Glisson, T. C. Hardin, C. O. Mock, Joseph H. Moore. Third Row: James E. Paris, Wallace Prescoit, Wilburn Tucker, DonaId D. WiIIiams, Milo R. WiIIiams Page fm W E 'CI EERI C Qkvfzssitaw .ig ja in Mk" 132 A. NOTHING LIKE a close look ai the problem .XNlll'RSON. Rolsuki' XYILLIAM. Nuslivillc, 'Vcnncssccg ILS. in Imlus- li1.1l lulumlugy, IllClllSll'l2ll .Xrls Club, 'Sli-'58, Society of llItlllSIl'l2ll 'l'ccli1lol1rgy, 'SSL .XNSl.liX'. -IOIIN HOWARD, Nzislixillc, 'Icuncssccg BS. in Iucluslrizil 'lfnlilmlcuqyg lllllllSl'l2ll .Kris Club. '55-'Mig lllllllSll'l2ll 'lbclllmlbgx' Klub al' 'l'cc'h Players. '56-'59, Yicc-l'1'csiclem. '59g .klplui Psi f,lllCg1l. '58-'59. lcsiclcul. 58: Nllllllllill Rillc .XSSOL'l2lIlOll, '57-38. XRlSl7CKI.li, Cli,xR1.1-'s IQIJWARID. Xzialnillc, Tcmicssccg 15.5. in lilcf- liuul liugiuccriiigg .xlllilliltllll luslilulc ul' lClcL'l1'icz1l l'lllglIll'Cl'S, '58- .XRxis1'Roxc:, Rois1cR'1' Ci., III. Rugcisxillc. lcmicssccg li.S,i11 Mccliuu- irzil l'lIl'lIlL'Cl'lllQI lcnucsscc Suriclx' ul l'l'c1fCssi011zll Ell'lllL'Cl'S, '57- .1.lg XlL'1'll.1u11zil I-.nigiiiccrs Club. .wh-.r.l. liuuck. ll.XRUI.D lfRAxc3is, Nuslnillc. 'liriiiicssccg BS. in Imlusu-izil 'l'c1'luiologyg lmluslrizll Arts Club, 'Sli-'58, Secretary, 58: .Xiiicricziii Imluslrizll .Kris .XSSOL'l2lll0ll, '56-58: S0l'iClY of Incluslriznl 'l'ccl111ulo1x'. ISARKIQR, ,lmm HULJSTUN, Cllizillziiiuogn, lcnncssceg 13.8. in Imlus- liml 'lbrliiicmlcrgyg lncluslriul 'lbcliiiology Club, '59. ll.XR'l'0X. fill,-xRI.1is DILL.-XRD, Cliziiiziiiougzi, 'lfiincssccg BS. in Nic- fliaiiiiuil liugiiiccringg Mccliamicul liugiuccrs Club, 135959: 'lien- ucsscc S11L'iCll' of Professional liuginccrs, '55-'59, Gryplious. '58-'59, l'1'csi1lL'11l, '581 Bzuul. ,561 Disliuguisliccl Xlililziry Stunlcul, '58, ROTC Bllllillllill C0llllllllllllCli. '58. ll0.1x'I'AlAN, HOW.-XRIJ, Crmkcvillc, 'lcuucssccg ILS, in Civil l'lllglllCL'l'- inf: S0l'iL'1N ol' Civil En incurs. '56-'59, X'll'C-l'l'CSlllCllt, ,593 lcuucs- A , FT sci' Sociclx ol' Profcssiollzll l'lllglllClTl'S. '56-'59g llruicl, '5li. liiwwx, NIARIOX l.Ii1i, Crossxillc, 'IL-11111-sscc: BS. in TXI1-cliziiiiczil liugim-L-ring, YClCl'2ill'S Club, '55, xlL'K'll2llllK'2ll Engineers Club, '58- '591 VIQCIIIICSNUL' Society of l,l'0liL'S9l0lllIl lil1gii1L'ci's. '59, NX lll'RR, llUN.Xl,l1 IQDGAR, Cuukcvillc, Icuucsscc: BS. ill Cixil liugi- uccriugg Cixil liugiuccrs Club. 'Sli-'59, lcuucsice Soricly of P10- lcssimmzil liiigimrcrs, '57-'59g Kappa Nlu lllpsilou. '57-'593 lilzi lipsilun Simian. '58-'59, SCCl'CIlll'V, '59, Ui-xplimis, '58-359, SCl'gC2llllr2ll-1ll'lllS, 59: ll'l111'.v ll'l111 in .4lIlI'I'lf'lllI lJ0ll1'g1'.x' IIIIII I'1zi111'1'.vili1'.v, '59. isll, XXIl.l.l.-UI H., l'.lIl1llDL'1lllllll. Icuucssccg PLS. ui l'.lCtll'Il'2ll "iucc'l'iug: .X111c1'ifz1li luslilulc ol' l'llCL'll'll'lll l'lllglllL'L'l'S. '58-'59g Page 58 'lbiiiicssvc Soricli of Profcssioiizll liiigiiwcis, '58-'59, lllj'l"l'RIiY. H.xRoi.D C.-xLx'lX. Wliiu- lllull. Tciiiicssccg ILS. in Civil l':llglIll'C!'lllg1 AIQCIIIICSSCC Society ul' I'r11fCssi011al Engineers, 573593 Cixil liiigiiiccrw Club, '56-'59, l,l'l'SlllClll, '59, 'l'1'cz1s111'ci'. '58: Kappa , u lzpsilml. lll'l79: Iulzl ltpsilou Sigma, l78'1l9l lIl111.x Ulm Ill .41111'1'i1'1111. C11ll1'g1's 111111 l,'1ziw'1.x'i!i1'.i', 59. I XR1.l4X. 1114NRY 1'.1lXX1x. Clucvkvxillc. 1k'llllc'ss1-cg 153. in 1f.lm'Ll1'ic1ll ' lllg'il1cc'i'ii1g: ,X1llCl'1lk2l11 Inslillllc ul 1C10cIi'icxl1 1'111g1llCClN. '56-'SEL fll1.X111XX1. CQIIXRIJ-S Ricllxiaim, Xlzuliwn. lcmucsscc: ISS. in 111- clualriall Iuliimlugyg 111101111111 Iiislilillc ui 1i1cc'l1'icz1l Iillgiilccrs. 13-'Mig v1'l'1lI1l'hNk'C 9lJl'1C1X ul 1'1'01iCSS1Ul11l1 liiigiiiccrs, '55-1773 Smitty ui 1llC1lli1l'Iil1 1l'411l1UIlg1, M13 Rillc lczim, ,m-.vim KIIl1'1'L,NI:1-N. Xlillks 111'N'1.XX11X. Llcxclzlml. Iciliwssccg 11.8. 111 Ill' i1llNI1'1Ll1 1l'l11l1U1llQ11 Imluxliml iXl'lS f.11l17. .mi SUCICIX 411 lmlustrizll lcnliimlngy, 'SEL 1'1ecsiricill4 1311. llnxkklf. Yllkxux 1.1-'RUX1 llaulmi. Ivilnlwscu: ISS, in 11lt1llSll11ll1 Xrls ci1ll1J. 'Bri-138: Smitty :vii 1111111911131 1Ct11l1U1Ogf. 'SSL fll1.1.lNh. XXI18 WMJ14. 1.211Y1l'llK'C1ll1l'g. 1L'lllll'iiCCQ BS. ill 1'11Cl1l'1L'211 Iilgiliccrillg: xlllC1'1lill1l lmlilillc 111 1'11t'I11'1l2l1 1f11g1IlL'l'l'i, '56-'59g 1C1ll1CNSCL' Suri:-lx of 1'lul'usxiu1i111 E11Q,1l1l'i'I'N, '57-'SSL fOXX'IIIiR1J.,I.Ul1xl1- R111-'x. Old Ilickoiy. li-num-swc: BS. in Nlcclmnif 111 Rl1g1llL'l'l11lg'Q ,1'C11l1L'5YK'l' Suciclx of 1,l'U1CSS1K7l12l1 1'1Ilg1Ill'Cl'S. '57- rfig Nlcxlizllliczll lziigillccis C.l11lJ, 58-JSP, 5L'C'1'C1ll1'1', .191 1xillJlJ1l X111 lrsilfm. '37-1351. 1rcz1sul'ci'. 'SSQ 1f12l Epsilon Sigma. '58-'59, l'i'csidelll, nfl: lfcli Henk 1,U1'IIl1lUl'1 Orgzliiilzliirm. '58-'SSL RCpi'L'sui1lz1tixL'. 193 I1 lilly? l1'll11 ill. jllllfiilllll Cull4'gc',s 111111 l'11fI'1':1xiii1'.x. '50, Ikxltgllluxlw. 1'.XII. '1ilfRRY, 1'1t'2li2lll1 Slimlv. 'lcnlicssccg 15.8. in 121011 lricall Iiiigillcwiixgg Il-11114-svn' Slltitlf ut 1,1'U1vCSS101l1l1 1'1,11g111CC1'S, :S-'393 ,Xl1lL'11l1lI1 111N11Illll' ui lilccliinxil 1'1,1lg1l1CCI'S. 'SS-'fvilg lizippgl X11 llmlcm m M SMILIIIX Nl 1lm'LIl'ic111 li11gim'c1'il1g1 Xl1lL'l'1tl111 lnsiilulc ui lf.1cnl1'ic':l1 1'111g111CC1'9, llxkilxc.. l.XN11-N lixiiurix. kimxxillv. Ii-nm-N-cz 15.8. in Xlulmni- 411 1i11Q1llK'i'I1IIQ'I lcluilmwm' NHtiL'lX rw! 1'l'4l1L'SS1UI1l11 1iligiulu'i's. 'Sti- rfil x1Ci1I2lI1llLI1 1'.11g111K'l'1N c.1ll1J. .wif-.1112 lzlzl 1'.lJN11UII 5lQ'1ll2l. .wb-JU. l1'4'alsl11c1'. .191 lxzlplm X111 lapsilcm. .mb-JSP. Iimllmll. 411, lbxxls. XX XRXIR X111-x. Xmluxnllc. Ii-ummm-i'1 135. in Xlmlmnmiil lligiiwwilxg: Xlcsllzlniinl liilgixivcia Clluln. i.'vli-311: luliimuwc Smiclx ul 1,1U1LN1lllll1 1'llf111kL1N 'Sli 'W in 1 in 'HS 'W ' iN 1 . n'lJ1U . , '.,. lJl'l41i. RIN51-1.1. K14l1'11, N1lN11X111L'. lcxlllcsnvc: 15.5. in 1'i1Cl1l14'1I1 11g1l1l'l'11I1QI .Xiuwiczlii lllslillllk' of 1ili'il1'ic'1i1 liiigiilcmx. 'SH-1393 1X2l1l172l X111 l-Imlmm. .wh-111, 1115.XX1x. UNK xx I,i-i-ui. lmkwn. li-um-N-v: ILS. in X1l't11Ll1l1L1I1 111g1l1CL'lIllgI X14-111111111111 lzllgillc-cis Clliilm. .11-.ml '37-'fvfll lcllilvsscc' Sun ol 1,l4l1tNNlilll11 11lgIl1Ll1S mb NI MRS. BETTY MOORE SERVES new members of Tech family at Freshman-Faculty reception . , I V.- . .. ,--.-. L'L11l1U10Q'1I Xrl1c'lic'am 11111ll511'1ll1 Arts iXNNUli1ll110l1. 'Bri-139: 1llt1lli11'1L11 R.XXY140RIl. 1111.15 111151-Rl, Xldliiiilxillc. luiim-mm-1 15.8. in 7-'SSQ 1l'll11L'ANl'i'SUL1l'11 oi 1'1':rlc-sxioiixxl 1'illg1l1L'C1's. '37-'Drk . . . .,- .. , . , . ,-, ... iciy a 3' E G1 EERL G Page 59 li Cl EERI G BILL AND JUDY ASCEND STEPS to ihe sky-lil terrace at Engineers' Ball ' WF nik Page 60 Ill-Rr.l 505. IARRX 131550. Nllslnlllc, li'lllll'N5l'l'1 ISA. Ill Kll'Kkll2llllllll li11gi11cc1'i11g: FIQCIIIICSSCC Soficly ul' PI'lllCiSlUll1ll l'lllgllll'L'l'S, '57-'ull xltilllllllfkll 1i11gi11ce1's Club. '57-'59, lux. IANIJUN IJ1-IAMJ, Xlu1'1x1llc. lc1111uswm'v3 ILS. 111 NlL'lll2lllltk2ll l".11g'i11c-c1'i11g3 IQCIIIICSSCC Sm'iCly ul l'1'nicssi111111I l'lllglll1'l'l'Q, '38-'59 'xlm-1l1u11ic:1l l'lllglllCCl'S Club, '38-'SSL l5l'fi.XllC. l'I..xL'Dl-L IQDXXXXRD, Spring 11111. 'lc11lu'ssL'c1 ILS. 111 xlL'tll2llll' 1 fall l'lllg'llIl'Cl'lllgI XlCl'll1lllll'2ll li11gi11cc1's Llulx. '58-'51 KL.x1u41c111', C111,xRL1cs l'lYlCRlz'l'll, Nmlnillc. 'li-nnnucsscug ISS. in lilu- lriczll li11gi11cc1'i11gg ,IkClllll'SSL'L' Sucicly ul' l'l'0l,l'SSlUll1Il l'lllglllCC'l'S '56-'583 ,X111c1'i1'z111 luslilulc' ol' l'lll'l'll'll1ll l'lllglllC'l'l'S, 'Sli-'Blk llc'sL'1'w Olluvrs ,Xssm'iz1lir111, '57-'593 fnlfllllllllx. '58f'5El. K.rm1a1. Ilxxllfm Nlill.. X1lSllXllll'. lL'lllli'SAl'i'I IES. 111 Xll'llllIlllLL2ll Fugi- Ilt'1'l'lllQI l'm'1111g-sscc Smic-ly ul llluli-min1111l l'lllglll1'l'IN. '37-'39, Svc l'L'lLll'f, 138. Yirc'-l'1'QsizlL'11l. 439: Xlvcllxlllilzll l'.,llglllL'i'l'S Club. '37-'BTU lLR.xNl1l-'Y. XYAl.ll-'R ISRH31-', NlcNIi11111ill1-. ll'llIll'55l'i'I HS. 111 Ilixil li11gi11cc'1'i11qg Cixil li11qi11c:c1's Cllulm. 'Sli-'Bibi Ic1111cssca' Smiclv ut l,l'0fL'SSlUlI1ll 1i11gi11cc1's. '58-'SEL ' URI-'l-'R, DAVID U'.XYXl-1, Olml Hickory. ll'lllll'SNL'C1 ISS, in XlL'tll2lllll'lll li11gi11cc1'i11g: IVCIIIICSSCC Sucicly ul l,l'UlL'N5lUllZll l'lllgllH'k'I'N. 59: Nlv- cl1u111cg1l l'.llg1llCC1'S Club. :rf-.191 l Llulr. .111-.191 l51lSL'l72lll. .111- fnll. 1.1111-1-1111. XN.xl.11fR l'A1'1ox. Lllllllllllllllgll. lL'llllCN5i'l'I ILS, 111 Klu- lkllllllllklll 1'.l1glllL'Clklllgj xlklllillllflll I'1lIglIll'L'l'N flllll. .18-.193 Ic-11- lll'SNl'C Scrricly of P1'olCssiu11z1l 1':llglllL'L'l'N, '58-'Sill YL'll'l'lllIh lllulm, 'SS- '593 Suficly for thc lXilXlllllCllll'lll ul' Nl2lllllgi'llll'lll, '58, f-RISNORI, LIANIICS LLOYD. BOIIC 611110, 'l'c1111cwL'c-3 ISS. i11 lilcctriczll li11gi11ce1'i11gg .X111c1'icz111 luslilulc ul' l'lli'lll'llk2ll l'lllgll1ClTl'S. '58-'59, Sc'1'1'c'lz11'y. 179: Kappa Nlu lipsiloll. '58-'59, Cll111i1'111z111. 'Slip lilu lipsi- lllll Slglllll. 1192 ll 110.1 ll lm 111, ."1ll1l'Il!'IlI1 f,uJl1'gr's nur! I I1ll'ft'I'.YIfII'.V, 10 ll.xI.l,. DAN AXLYIS, Old Hic'km'1, lc1111cww1'3 ILS. in Nl1'1'l1u11i1:1l 1'lll- gi11c'L'1'i11g: vl.Clll1CSSCE' Sllflcll nl' l,1'uluwi111111l l'lllglllt'l'l'S. 'Sli-'Sill XlCKllllllll1ll l',1lg1llCCl'S Club. '5l1- .193 lllllllllllllill xpmla. 'Sli-'59, HXXIPIUN. JOHNNY XY.. CIlc'1clu111l. lk-11111-ssc'l'3 HS. i11 ll1LlllSllklLll lllCllll4llUQX1 XClCl'2illi Llulm. .112 lllilllNll'lill Xrls Club, .111-.185 lu, KlllYll'l2ll lrblllllfblflgf Club. 'GEL ll.xRI'I-'R. KAI-'RALD BRITTON. llurlsxillc, lLL'lllll'SSL'L'I ISS, 111 l'Qlc'cl1'i1'11l li11gi11cc1'il1g1 .Xquutic Cllulm, '55-'Blk 1Xllll'l'llllll lmlilulc ul' lilcl- lriful li11gi11cc1's. '56-'SEIQ 'I'c1111c'ssvc Swain-I1 ul l,l'lIli'iNl1lll1ll l'lllQllllTl'l'N, '5li559g YL'lLf1'a11s Club. 'BTYSEL c:1lI'I'C5IJlllllllllg SL'1'1'c-l:11'y. 'Blk '1'CLll l'l1lfCl'S. '57-59. l'1'esiclc11t. '591 Axlllllil lki CYIIICQZI, WU. 1 ll.XYlfS, CARI. R.. Nll'NllllllYlllC. lbtiiicssccg BS. iii lmliistrizil 'l'L'lll' nology ,-Xnicriuin lmliistriul .Xrts .Xssociutioii. WS: Yl'll'I'2lllS tlliilv. '553 Society ol' liiiltislrizil 'l'cc'lmologi, '58-'Slip lmliistrizil Arts Cliilm. '56-58. IIAYNLLS, JICRRY l'iiil.l.iP, Clolumliizi, 'lcnnessccg ILS. in Nlct-lmitiuul liilgiilcmiiigz 'l'L'llllL'SSL'C Soricly ol l'i'oicssioilzll liltgiliccrs, 'Sli-'SSM xlIlL'I'lL'2lll lllSllllllL' ol' liIcc'l1'im'ill l'illglllCCl'S. '57-Hill. lllixllsklili. fil.X'l7li RAN, Clrzilw Oixliziiil. l'CllllCSSL'l'1 IBS, ill lilttttlriizil lingiiiccringz 'lt-imusscc Sotit-ly ol' l'I'0l6SSlllll2ll liiigincers. '57-'GHZ litzt lipsilon Sigma. '57-'583 .XlllCl'll'llll liistitiitt' ol' lilt'c't1'icz1I liligi- llccrs, 57-'BBQ Nl1llllClll1ll,lC'S ,xl'llll'Yl'lllClll .Xw:1t'tl, '56, Pliysirs .Xclticveuicnt Awzml, 'Bog Vice-l'i'vsiilci1t Sopliomort- Class. '57g Presi- ilctiit Junior Class, 583 .Xssoiiztlcil Student lloily Cloiiiiril, 'SHQ StlllllllllJCI'gCl' iXix'z11'rl, '57g Ifiitulti Sl'llOl2ll'SlllID. 78: Il'l111'.w llllo i-lnzung .S'111rlf'1il.s in fl1i1w'ir'1ii1 fjfillwgws and I'iiii'f1'rtilir.x, '57Z l'i.U,I.l-' Sports 1-Iclitor. '57: Ormlr' Nluimgiiig litlitoix ITN: Umrlf' lirlitor. 139: ffflllI!'S1IlllI .'xlYlll'll. '57, llit.I.xiAx. Noiutxx D., Nliluii. lmliamn: BS. in lilt-iti'it'z1l liiigincur- ing, .Xiiicwirzin Institute ol' lilccttitzil FllglllCt'lS. '57-'ESL Yiw- llliziirmfm. '593 kappa Blu lipsilon, '57-139. l'l'L'llNlll'Cl', 'BEIQ lim l'lIJSil0ll Sigma. '58-'59, lll1l1DI,t4LsT0N, ClllARI.lfS l,0Uls, Ifllllllllll, 'lcltllcssucz BS. in NIC- flllllllfill liiigim-t'1'ii1gg Mcc'lmnii'zil lCl1gi1iec1'ii1g Lluli. 98. IIIIIJSOX, xl.-ull-5 ll,xRRl1,I,I., I'-2lllxlll'l', Mississippi: IBS. iii Cixil lingi- nccringg 'l'CllllCSNL'L' Society ol' l'i'olt-ssioiizil lingim-cis. '37-1393 tlixil linginccrs Cllulm. '57-595 Gryplioiis. WS. lltiiflfsTETLi-ik, lX'II.lil.-XXI jixcusox, Mziryvillc-, lc-lim-sst-cg 13.8. in xlfflllllllflll l'illQ'lllCl'l'lIlgQ l'Clllll'5iCC Society ol' l'i'ol'cssio11z1l liiigi- iivcriiig, '56-'BSPQ xlldlllllllliill l'illgllll'L'l'lllg Clllll. 'Sli-'Slip llziskctlxill. 'Bl-'36, '57-'58, llinuixs, Joie lloxvxiif, Niislnillc, 'lciiiiessc-cg 15.5. in Civil lingi- mfcriiigg '1 cnncssct' Society ol' Pl'0l'L'SSl0ll2il 1'illglllCl'l'S. '59, lilzl ,lipsi lou Sigma, '58-'Mtg Civil liiigiiicuriitg Cllulm, '58-'59, llt'xi'1iR. 5,015 S'l.XX'llJN. tlooltcxillv. 'l'cnut-ssc-cz ILS. in lilcttriinl liitgiilccriiigg lc-itlicssct' Sorivli ol' l'l'0i'CSSlUlllll litigiiivcis. '58-'SEIL .XlllCl'lt'llll lll5llllIlL' oi lilcclriizll l'illglllL'Cl'S. 'Bo-'.3EI. lltikll, YYIIALI,-UI iXLl.L1N, Elktoii. lctmcsscg ILS. in l'llCllliil'Zll linggi- nccringg .XlllCl'il'llll Institute ol' lilcftrical lillgllllilfllllg, '57-'59, lflll lipsilon Sigma. '58-'59g Kappa Nlu lipsiloii, '57-'30, llt'l'CHlNGS, 1015 NIORRIS. Nlt'NlinmillC. il-Clllll'SSl'C'Q ILS. in lilcc- riuil Ilngiiiccriiigg .XlllCIilL'llll Instililtc of l'ilCKll'il'lll l'lIlglllCCI'S, '57- '59g Yeterzms Clluli, '57-'SSL INGLIS, Yl'lI.l.lANl l5l1'1,I., Nzislnillv. 'l'CIlllCSSl'CI ISS. ill l".lcctt'ic1il liti- giiiccringg ,Xilici'iuii1 Instituto ol' l'flCl'lI'iL'2ll liitgiiit-ers, '58-'SSL filllllflllllll, '58-139: lmiilcsscc Society of lwolcssiotiail linginecrs. '58- 'SQQ liiigiiiccriiig xloiltt Cotincil. '58-'59, QIAQUISII, Blitlll.-WI. P.-xt'I.. llilowzilt, 'l'CllllCSSCL'Q lS.S. iii Imlustrizll l'Ct'llll0l0g'fQ 'l'l'Lll Rziclio Cllulm. '52-'5I. vlflf-l,l't'SillL'lll, '53-'5Ig Rvlicl Rillcs, '52-lil: Soiicty of Illllll5ll'l2ll lcclmology. '59, ,l01iXSlZY, IIARRY l"l.OYD. Xlztclison. 'lcimcssccg BS. iii lRlcCti'ic':il litlgiitccriiigg .Xllll'l'll'2lll lnstitiilt' ol l'ilCK'll'il'Ill l'ill'2.QlllCCl'S. '56-'5ll. -IOIINSON, QIFRRY SfIU'l"l', lilifiilivlliloii, 'lbliitcssccl BS. in Nlcflizmi- czil lillglIlL'Cl'lllgZ l'l'llllCSSCC Sofit-ly ol' P1'ol'c'ssionziI liligiilccts, 'ili- 'SUQ Nlccliziiiiczul lingiiiccrs Kllulm. 177959: Gryplions. '58-'SSL 4I0lINs0N. RON.-xI.l1 l,lfii, lilll2llNSllll0ll, 'l'CllllCSSl'l'Q BS. in xllffllillllilll l'illglllCC1'ill'QI 'l'CllllCSSCC Society ol' l'i'ofcssion1il l'lllglllCCl'S, '58-,593 Xlc-flirtiiicul lingiiiuvrs Club, '58-'SSL KIONFS. GARNIQR, Gziclstlcil, ,Xl2llJillll2lQ ISS. in lilvctriczll l'iIlgiIlL'Cl'lllg1 lcmicsscc Socicly ot Pmfcssionzil l-11igince1's. '37-59: Xinerifziii ln- stiliitc of lilccliiizil linginccis. '57-'Slit Vctcraiiis flliili. '58-'SSL Rlil.LY, I0slfl'II lil-xkl., Clizittzmoogzi, 'l'cn11cssi't-3 ILS. in Nlcrlianiczll lingincciinq: Xlt-almiiiitzil liiisginct-rs Cllulm, '58-'5EI: YC'lCl'2lllS Club, f i . . . W- N 595 lcnncsscc- Soiicty of l'i'olc-ssioniil Eiigiiivt-i's, Jlf'll.,. E GI EERINC Page 61 E Cl EERI G "COOL CATS" SWING at the ASB sponsored Bohemian Ball QXI X l llllxx llUllli.Ll1 5 Lllt N LNS U11 X U ' ll l Xi X N x LN 1 U ill S L l L N llg Ili I ILL ICNIL 1 Cl." '- . V- 'L' '.'.:. crix s A - C -' ' " 'lllffllll' ' Y' : " . - ' l"lll.l2ll " -'V ""' ' " " 1 '1 " '- . ' l' ' 23 QQ' Ap,- ws .ng-' if ,,,...wv' ...w .f-W Page 62 4 .li-l.."""'..' 1 1 'N'2 lYKl"NIJ.'XI.l.. . I-1. 'f " , I iups . ' '1 u-s"': ' . lll.l2l 2 l'ilf'1'i lj "3 rss" I' ' ' 1 'I AIIICU' ' T11 u' 'z C Y' - I . 'T'-T.. l'XXIlSlfR'I' DORSI' fllllflfllkll 'lufuvcll In-xmnu-ssvw HS in Ifla-ctrinul ',llglllCCl'IllgQ ,XIllCI'lll1lll lllSlllllli' ui l',lc'c11'1n'zlI l'.llQllll'l'l'S. lvl-SWS lcuucsscc Smicly ol Pmicssiulull l'lllgllll't'li, 138. I,.xXc2.xsI'I-'R. -IAXII-'S 'll.. llvlllbllllllll. vl'l'lllll'NSl'l': BN. iu lilvclricul l'lllg'lllCL'l'lllg'2 AXIllCI'lCllIl luslilulc- of lilcclmiczll l'lIlglllL'L'l'S, 'STI YL' cruus Cllub. 56. Q ISS nu Iumluslull l'Cl'llIlKllOQ,NQ Sociclx fm' lln: Xill1llllCIllCIlI oi xl1lllllgi'lIli'lll. 'SSL lu llllSll'lLll his Club., 58: Smic-ly ul' lxuluslriul 'lc-nllumlugy. '59, l.l1,WIs. IANII-is DOL'GLAs. Clllzlrlullc, vllL'llllL'SSL'K'I ' ' "1 l.ltsGI4l'l, l'R.xNK la., l.lflYlSlJlll'g. lclmlwssccg BS. lu NlL'l'll2IlllKkll lill giu0c1'iug1 NlCt'll1llllL2ll lillgllll'Cl'S fllulm, '58-139. llL'lIilll'Cl'. 1393 'l'L'u uussc-Q Suricry of Pl'0fCSilUllill l'f11gilu'n'1's. '39, l.H"l1.lf, fllIARI.liS OWFN. ljxiugsluu. 'l'CllIlL'SsL'l'Z IES. iu lilc'ctl'ic11l l'lllg'lllCCl'lllgI .X11lC1'ic'z1l1 Iuslilulc ul' l'l,lL'l'Il'lK'1Il l'lIlgllll'i'l'9, 'BS-'59: lill lipsilou Sigma, S59. I,oc:lul.'xk1', CIu1cs'1'liR I.., l.1mgc1', 'lmmnwsscug ILS. in Imlusuianl 'I'vfh uulogy: lllilll5ll'l1ll .Kris lilulx. '51 lll4llISIll1ll 'lcfluuwlugy fllulm, '59 LUNG. Ll.xNIlfS lR,X, flllllllllllilllgll. lt'llllL'Nil'l'I ISS. iu Xlc-cllzluicul liuginccriugg 'I Cuucsscc SUL'll'1f' ul l,lUl,t'NilllIllll l".llgllli'L'lS. '57-'59 xlvlllillllflll liugiuccrs Club, '57-179: li.xtQl.lf Stull. '58-':'v9. llllslllcss NIZIIILIQCI, 238. CIil'culzlIi1x11 xlklllilgCl'. '393 Umrlw Stull. l!:lINllll'SS Xluu Llgi'l'. '393 Yicc-l'1'csiclc11l Svuim' Clluss, '59, l.flXfLXIlRl". YYIILIAXNI l,1fkm'. Klmumml. l'cnuu-ssc:-: HA. in llHllISllkl1ll lcrllllulrrjgy: lllllllSlI'llIl Xlkls Cllulxl '33 HWS: llllllhllklill lcrlumlmgx Sofitly, '.39. XIc:l1I..xx.xII.xN. JOHN R0lSlfR'l'. Xusluillv. 'lmuu-sscv: ILS. in In mluslriul vl'l'K'llIl0lllgl1 ,l'CllllL'xSL'L' Sunivlx ul' lll0lkL'iNlllll1ll l'lllglllCCI'N '33-'Mig lllllllSllll2ll Arts Club. 'Sli-'SSQ lllilllillkllll vl'l'lllllUltlQ'l' Cilulm '391 Pep Club. '56-239: 'llcmlm NIL-us llllflllllllll fllgilllllllllllll. '58-'52 ,. , ,.. X uc-l'x'csulcul. 429. .,,.m-nw-up-ww Ji -wr W RELIGIOUS EMPHASIS WEEK is opened with an annual banquet held in Cafeteria Nlxkmii. llmsifxi CARI.. Ulil Hinlxmx.'lic1111c'NsvL': ISS. in Nla-nlizllxiull I'lIlglllCL'llllgI Kappa Nlll I':lISlllHl.A 'Sli-'591 Smil-ly ol Nlcclizllliczll lingillccrs. '58-59: iIL'llllCSSCL' Soricly ul l'1'ol1'asiulml I'll1glllL'l'l'S. 'SS- 139. NI1-ikR1'l"l'. Wl1.1.I.ur ll.xRo1.D. Old Ilinkury, Icum-msec: BS. in In- LlllSl1'l2ll Suricty of IllllllSlI'l21l FIQCCIIIIHIIIQY. '591 Iuimcssee Smicly of I,l'UfL'9Sl0Il1lI I':IlglllCk'l'S, 'Bti-59: Xlm'c'llzl11ic'z1l ling'i11ccl'w Klllllm, 'Mig IgllSIxl'lllSlll, '37-'SSIQ linwlmzlll, '57-'593 'I VZIIISIICI' hum liblllllllll Cullcgc. 110. Nl!-"I'7mfR. IARRY I...Sp1'ing Oily, IQCIIIIUSSCUI IES, in lilcclriuil lin- glllCCl'lIl5.QI .XlllCl'lC'1lll Inslillllc ul lf.lv1ll'icz1l liiigilla-c1's. '31 '38-'SEN lxalppzl Xlu lzpsilcm. 1.1. ,uh-.vflg XL'lt'l'1lIlS Klulm. nl, .m.v, ,wh-Jil. lllllillllllllillls. Sufllmll. lfuullmzlll zmrl C-ull, 55. '37, NIIKKI.. Xl I VN RUl3l4R'l'. Blrminglmnl. .xllllllllllill ILS, 111 Xlflllkllllllll l'iIlgllIl'l'l'lI!gI XlL'C'Il2lllll'lll lillgilicvls Llulm. '38-'BEIQ ll'llllCwL'l' Smivly ul Pl'0Iil'SxlUll2lI I'ilIglllCl'lS, '57-FEI. NIILLVR. IIAROLD filCNl", Yxllllccr, 'I CIIIICSSCCQ ISS. in lilCc'li'ir'zll Iingi- nccring: 'l'clll1c'sscc Sonic-ly ul' Prulc-ssimlzll l'llIgllll'l'IS, '56-'iflg ,Xllll'l'I' fam lllslilulc of I'ilL'lll'lI'2ll I'lllf2QlllL'l'IS. 'Sli-U95 'll-flu l,I1llCl'S. 'SSL XIILLILR. .IINIXIY LYNX, l.ilN'liGllfCIllll'g, 'l'cl111css1'c': ISS. ill lilL'L'l1'ia'z1l I'lIlglIlCCl'lllgQ vIiCllllCSSL'l? Society ol l'l'ufcssim11ll lillgilicms, 'Sli-,591 .Xlllcriulll lllslillllc ul' I'lllfl'll'lL'llI I'llIglllCCl'S. 457'i5II: Ciryplimls, '58- '59: Rcscfw Ollircrs Xwsocizllioil. 'SH-':79. XIlTc111ifl,l., XYll,1.I.XNl W.xI.1.Ac:lf. jk.. Kiuukcxillc. lcnncsscc: ISA. in Civil l'lllglllCCl'lllgQ IIICIIIICSSCC Smirly of I,l'UIl'NSlUI12ll I'lllglllL'L'lS. '56-'SEIQ Clixil lillgillccrw lilulm, '56-'5fl: fil'll7IlllllS, 583557. XIORGAX. ll.xROL1J lll-AN. fnllllll. lcliiwwsccl ILS. in Nlccllilmcail l'll- giilcmillgz Xlk'lll2llllillI l'illglIll'Cl'9 Llulm. '5lif'3El. fllllllflllllll. 'HIL lilzi lipsilon Signlu, '58-'59, YimcfP1'csimlm'i1l. 'Sill Kappa: XIII lipsilmi, 137. 339g ,.liClllll'SSL'C Socicly ul I,l'0fL'Shl0ll2lI l'lllgllll'Cl'9, '38-5513 QIVIIPIIUIIS. '58-T393 I'illgIllCL'l'S -joint flllllllfll. T393 llistixigliixlu-fl Nlililzlry S111- tlClIl. 'Sill ll'lm'.s Il'lm .-lmrmg SIIIKIVIIIS' in ,IIIIVIIFIIII Cullrgwx mir! IIllT'l'VAIflI'K, .Mg Inllzlmuiail Silllllilll. 118, XIORRM, IQRXI-'Sl RAY, NILK1-111ic. 'l'ciiiwvcL'1 115. iii Clixil I'illQllll'L'l" . ,. , . . , . . 1. ...,... ,. . . . mgg ICIIIICSHUK'5091015 ul l,l'UIL'9SlIlll1Il IZIIQIIICVIS. .nh-qwflg Lixil langl- nccring lllulm, '58-'59, NlilfI.Y. lSlI.l,Y BL 1-ORD. Lrmsxillv. Icnmmscc: HS. in Cixil liiigim-vm ing' C'ixil IXIIQIIICCIN l'li1l1 'Eli-'GH' lmilicwcc Smic-lx ol' l'1uIn'ssim1'1l lingillccrs. '57-'59, A Nlciuom. W11.lIAx1 Ylxixx, Rfk.. l.imI1-ii, 'I'cum-ww-: ILS. in lingi- lmcrillg' flIlL'lIllSll'l1 lifllllc-sscc Smiuly ol I,llPIiL'NNl4lIl21l liiigiiium. '38-'591 01-111-1'z1l I'lIlgllll'L'l'lllg zmcl I".llglllK'Cl'lllf.1 Cllulm. '58-ill. Suu-V I1lI'X', '58-'Blk ,xlllClili1lll Clliciliiml Smivlx, '38-'Bit Xt'lCli1llN Kllulm. '57, 'GEL' X0l5LI'l..I,XNll15lJ..lYL'Nl l'uint. lmliirswcz BS. in Xlm-lliamiuul liligi- llvcrillgg Iviilivxscc Suclvlj ol I,lHlL'NNlUIlllI l'lllgllll'K'I'N. 'Sri-fill. RL'- I7Ul'lQI'. SCll'C'l2lI'f. 'SS-1361: Xlcclialiliczll I'lllglllQl'IS Klulx. 'Sri-'Slip P4111 Club. '58-'SEL E Cl EERI G I Page 63 EAGLE STAFF DISTRIBUTES l958 edition of yearboolc in dance studio E Cl EERI G ni' MMM' Page 64 Olmmm. lloislw JOIC, Spriuglic-lil 'I'cuucsscn-g IRS, lu lllKlllSll'llll 'I'crIu- uulogyg Tcuucsscc Sofia-ly ol' l,I'Olll'SSlUll1ll l'illglllCl'liS. 'Sli-'ESQ Ma'- fllallilrul I',IlglllL'CI'S Club. 1183 IllllllSIl'I2ll lvmlumlogy Club. ufll liuuml, 'Sli-53. l'.xRkl-R. IMYID Ill-NRY. XlL'lllIJlllS. 'l'c-iiiivvcvg ISS. iu Cixil liugi- llt'l'I'lll1QQ IQCIIIICSSCL' Smivlx ul' l,I'Ul:l'SSlUll2ll l'illgllll'l'l'S. '37-'Slip Cixil liugim-vis Club. '58-'SSIL Club. 139: Cyuiiuulim' Club. '57-1721. Sc'n1'r'l:l1'y, '5S: 'l'l':uk. '38-'5!l. l',XRlilCY. HAROLD QIAXII-5. Nluryxillc. 'l'1'l1liL-vw: ISS, in lllClllSll'l2ll ll'l'l'llll0l0g'YI Iumluslriul XIIS Club. 'Sli-'SSI Wvrivly' lvl lllllllNIl'lill 'l1'clll1wlogy. '58-'SSL llil'C'LlYlll'K'l'. '58-'BGL l'.xl 1, .IARYIS Wnxii, Cliuum. 'l'c,-lim-ww: IHS. iu Nlccluuiilul lin' l glIlCi'l'lllg1 Nlcrluliiicznl l'illglllL'Cl'S Club. 'SS-'Slip lc'lllICSxt'L' Smicly ul l,l'Hl'l'xSlUll2ll l".l1gilics'1's. 1393 vlll'klllSlACl' Imiu lm-uiu'ssc'c XYc'slc'y:li1. '5li. l'l-.llk0ss. BILLX NIWXHJIN. Cznilllugc. lClllll'S9Cl'1 ISS. in lllClllNlll2Il lvclilmlugyg llltlllSIll1ll .Xrls Club. 'BSS .Xllll'lll'2lll llllllINll'llll .Xiu Xssmizxlirui. 31382 luclusliizil 'ltrlliifilbgy Club, '59, l'0l'l'l1.k. JOHN li.. Nusluillc, 'l'cuucssL'cg IES. iu llcnllll zuul Physi- maul lialllrzitiuil uurl Nltlllilllltkll FllglllCCl'lllgI xli'l'll1lllll'2ll l'illglIll'Cl'lIlg Club. 57. '59g 'I'cll1u'ssL'c- Surivly of l'1'cilk-ssimull l'illglllCCl'S. '58-'59, Q'I'.XRI.l45. Plxlil. D.. flllllllllllflllgil. Tcillu-swcc: ISS. iu Civil 1'1llglllC1'l'- lug: Suvicty of Cixil l'lllglllCCl'S. '55-'59, llC1Dl'L'iL'IlIllllNC. '58-'591 'Ibu- ucascc Soriclx' of Pl'0liL'5SlUll2ll li11ii1L'v1's, 'Sli-TSI. 'l'l'621SllliCl', V531 , 3 liugiuccriug joiul Ccuuuil. '58-'59, Xvlll'-l,l'l'hlllL'lll. U95 iliccll Nlcu's lflllllllllblf' Orguliilzllirul. '59, l'l'CSl1.lC'lll. 139: llcsulwc Olliccrs Assu- 4'I2lll0ll. 08- 419. ll,XI,S'l'ON.JANI1fS '1'11ml,xs. Nuslivillc. 'l'cnuu-sep-up ISS. in lNTccluu1iml liugiuccriugg .Xnuuiniliug Club. '52-52. .xlIlCl'lL'2lll Society ul' Nic- Vlllllllllll l'.llg1llCCl'S. Q18-.191 Clmir, .12-qvgl. R001-Zks. IfRlfD O'Xl4II.. fillllllllllllflgll. il'UllllL'iiL'L'I IES. in NICCll1lllllLll l'lllglllCCl'lllgI 'l'c111u-xscv Smicty of l,l'0l.L'iSlUlllll liugiuccrs. '58-'Sill xlCill2lllll'1ll Ellgllll'Cl'S Club. '58-'59, SlflfIlORX. Al.-XNIICS Xl.xXXx'lflI., Xcwpurl, 'l'uiiiicssc'c'3 PLS. iu luclus- ll'l2ll 'l'cflm0l0gyg llltlllxllllll .Xrls Club, 137. 'ESQ Smicly of IllllllSll'llll lcmllunlogy. 'SSL Slll1I.I,. l5lI,L CIlAR1.Ifs. juliusuu City. lcliiuwxwg ISS. iu XlCl'llllllll'1ll liugim-criiigg Yclcruus Club. '56-'59, ll 11-zmlix-i'. T381 Nlcclizuiimul liiigiuccrs Club. '57-59: lcuucsscc Sonicly ul' l'1'nl'cssim1ul 1'lIlgllll'l'l'9. ull: lalu 1211811011 Slglllll, nhl-09, SINICUX, 'I'H0xI,xs limi lf, ljxiugwum. 'Ii-unu-ssl-vs ISS, in Imlusuiul lcnliuology. SMo'i'11iaRx1AN, XYll.I.lANI Chapel Hill, Tennessee: 15.8. in lilectril cal lingineeringg Tennessee Society of Professioiial ltlngineers, '55g ,Xinerican Institute ol' Iilectrical Engineers, '55-'59, Publicity Chair- nlzin, 'BOL Kappa Nlu Epsilon. '56-'59g lita Epsilon Sigma. '58-'BSL Recoitling Seci'etai'y. 59. SPRlNt:lf1l-'LD, CARl.os LANcal.i-iv, Chattanooga, Tennessee: 15.8. in Nleclianiczil Engineeringg Club, 'Bti-585 Nleclianical Engineers Club, '57-595 Tennessee Society of l'i'ol'essional l'illg'lllCCl'S. '57-'BSL SULLIVAN, EARL Rlilisli, Franklin, Tennessceg 15.5. in Nlccbanical lingineeringg Mechanical lingineers Club. '58g Gymnastics Club, 238. '1'owxs1cND, JAxu4s UARREI., Kingston, 'lennesseeg l5.S. in Nlecliani- cal Iingineeringg Xleclianical lingineers Club. '58-'GSL Voumx, JERRY, Memphis. 'lennessceg l5.S. in Iingineering Cheni- istryg Tennessee Society of I'rol'essional Engineers, '55-3393 Engineer- ing Chemical Club, '55-'58, Vice-President. '56-'57. Presitlent, '52-53 Joint lingineering Council, '56-'58, Ptesitlent, '583 ,Xnierican Clienii- cal Society. '57-'58, Vice-President, '5S. YVARNICR, HENRX' CLAY, JR., Jznrksoiwille, lfloritla: 15.8. in Intlus- trial 'leclinologyg Veterans Club, '57-'59: Tech Christian .Xsscr ciation. '57-'59, Cabinet. '591 Canterlniry Club. '57-'59, Reporter, '59g Society of Intlustrial Technology, 595 lennessee Society of Pro- fessional Engineers, '57, UVARXVICK, JACK LYNN, Knoxville, Tenneaseeg l5.S. in Electrical lin- gineeringg Club, '56-'Blk Tennessee Society of Professional Engineers, '57-'BSL .Xnierican Institute of Iilectrical linginecrs. V595 Football, '55-'58, .Xltcrnute Captain, '58, YVATSON, KENNICTII ALLEN, Lebanon. lenncssecg l5.S. in Electrical lingineeringg Aincrican Institute of Electrical lingineering, 239. XVEISI5. Nl.-XYIZS Rlll-'.5X. Hickory Witlle, 'lenncsseeg 15.8. in Electrical Fngineeringg .-Xtnerican Institute of lilecttical I-Ingineers, '57-1395 Tennessee Society of l'i'ofessional l'illg'llll'Cl'S, '583 XYesley lfountla- tion, '56-'57, XVI-iLI.S, YVII.LlANI l.1a1a, Oliver Springs, Tennessee: l5.S, in Nlecliani- cal Engineering: lita Epsilon Sigina, '58-'Mig Kappa Nlu Epsilon. '58- '59: Xlecliauical liugineers Club. '58-59. XYICLLS, XVILLIAM 'l'll0MAS. Cliattanooga, Tennessee: ILS. in Intlus- trial Teclniologyg lntlustrial .Xrts Club, '57-'58g lntlustrial 'l'ecli- nology Club, '58-'SSL XYIDNIICR. THOMAS li., Nlatlison, Tennessecg 15.5. in Mechanical lingi- neeringg Tennessee Society ol' Professional Engineers, N385 Nlecliani- cal Engineers Club. '57-'59g lita Epsilon Sigma, 'SEL WiL1.1.xxts, Titoxus NFLSUN, Kingsport, 'leiniesseez 15.9. in lilec- trical lingineeringg Tennessee Society of Professional linginecrs. 'qiflg .Xinericaii Institute ol' Iilecttical lingineers, '59, UYINGI-1'li'l', GEORG1-1 lli-'RmIAN. Xlatlison. lennessee: l5.S. in lntlns- trial 'l'l'l'llll0l0gf1 lntlustiial .Xrts Club. ,581 Inclusttial 'leclinology Club, 'SSL SCCl'Cl1ll'f'. 593 Cyninastics Club. '57-'GSL Vice-Presitlent, '58, l'i'esitient, '59, ENCI EERI C FH? ,um ,..-4'3" ,aw wiki Page 65 wfviri' 1 , .li ni bg X was wg K :eezwg'D': 1 .4 1? Q 'iv ,, f Q Q Q Q N ,, 2 A U' . 1 3 as 4' av ,l Q 1 ssl Q5 5 if 1 A. W Mm 'm A, K nga-W , ,. 1. 3 We Z! I K 333 F I 6, 'Q' ww' R V as A 2 fs af M lk s 4. my ar in 1 2 1 1 ,K 5 4 Qi' an- 4 Wig 3 Wim 4 W ,Q " 10 Q Q M 5 YW 4 Qi ii 'Bw 5 ,w 1 542 1 . Q , ,f W .MK 1, 1. . '59- 'MFE 5 f M , 1 is luniors Have nraveled the Mysteries of College By the time one reaches his junior year, the mystery ol' college lille has finally unrayeled itself. 'With his in- crease in rank, a junior also finds an increase in his responsibilities, he is more frequently asked and ex- pected to lead the college's activities. College lile becomes increasingly vital to the jun- ior. No longer is it just a place where classrooms, teachers, and other students exist, but it has become an essential part. ol. his lile. He has friendships and loyalties which will last his lifetime. To the junior, daily campus life is no longer ol' primary concern but, in addition, he must now worry funior Class Ombers l'rf'.sf11m1i . . . ....... -Int F1T'rs VfI'!f-P'l'If.YfC1l6l'II . .. .fllCNli PALM1-ik Ser-nflury . . . . .NANCY QIlARI,FS 7"1'1'fl.v11r'f':' . . , . .hlARY .lo llURHANl about completion ol' required courses, acquisition of a high quality point average, and those very essential interviews. Still another characteristic of the junior, besides being a three year scenery piece, is his ability to co-operate with other members ol' his class in such class projects as the junior class dance and the direc- tion ol' the Homecoming parade. jim Fitts, as presi- dent ol' the class, seryed as the marshal of the Home- coming paradeg other class members were responsible lor helping make this year's parade a success. The parade featured twenty-two bands from area towns, the Tech Marching Band and eight Hoats. Each year the ,GO graduating class has held a class dance. This year's informal dance was the Mariner's Ball, held during winter quarter and featured The Kings Men, a six piece combo from Nashville. Decorations which attempted to create a Waterfront atmosphere for the dance included colored lights and fish nets. WONDER HOW LONG it would have taken Einstein to write this physics lab report? Page 67 I IUNIORS " ...., -'Ei ' ' I fr -4 -all .5 S w tr , r , , at 35-' ., A F' ... v at . 'WW li J fl T ,""",.:? ,Mk aw, Page 68 45' 'X x i 314 s fi 'Q' ff it Agee, Nealon R. , .... .. Alexander, David Lynn. Allen, Carl Vestal ,.., . Ahnon, Allison . . . . . Atnip, Fred Avery. . , . . Aust, George XVilliam. .. Averitt, 'Llllll'IIl2lll Ross.. Baggott, Alcy B. ..,.... .. Baker, Delores .Xml . . Barger, Virginia .Kun ..,, Bean, YVillie 'Clautlis Beaver, Thomas Franklin Bellar, jacky Orange ..,. Bickford, judith H. ,... . Black, Nancy Lou ..... Blackburn, Carolyn Ruth ..., Blackburn, jo lilla .....,. Blanton, Delores Marie . . Boatnian. Roberta Ann.. BoHo1ns, Robert Duane Borum, David Hush ..... Boyd, john Leon .,..... Bracey, Tommy Cordell . Branum, Nancy Leah ..... Brewer, lra DeXVitt. . . Bridges, john .,..... . Brinkley, Vlyus Odell. .. Brock. Cordon Hugh. . . Brock, Mike B. .,....... . Brooks, Lawrence Dean.. Brooks, Mary Dianne . Brooks, Sannny li. . . . . Brown, Marie Ann . . . Brovles, Gilbert, jr. . . Budd, joseph Holmes .. Burgess, Bryan li. .... . Burke, Margaret Anne . . Burkitt, Anne Louise .. Butler, Charles Lee ., Calfee, Earl Franklin ,... Canny, Ruben ........,. Cantrell, Dorothy Ann .. Caplenor, Frances jane . . Carr, johnny Rowan . . . Carter, james Lofton, jr. ...... . Castellaw, Hugh Iilliott . Castle, joanne .......... Cheek, Howard Franklin . Chester, Mary Ann . . . Chism, Charles Nl. . Clark, john W. .... . . . Clark, Robert Pierce .... Clark, Robert XYilliam ,. Cochran. janice Lee . Cole, Patsy Bernice Collier, May lillen ...... Colwell, Charity Rose Couch, joe Edwin ....... Crawford, judith Elaine. Crist, Howard Leroy ,... . ....Mt. juliet . . . .Brentwood . . . . . . .Athens . Chattanooga . . . Shelbyville . Nashville ... Livingston ... Nashville .... . Sparta Oliv er Springs ...,... Sparta . . . .Copperhill . .Gordonsville ......Pikeville . . . Cookeville . .. Dayton ....Pikeville , . . Shelbyville . . . .Cookeville . . . . .Nashville .Lawrenceburg ... . .Franklin ...Ujoelton . .Harriman . , . .Nashville . . . . .Crossville . .Chattanooga . . . . , .Benton . . .Oak Ridge . . . .Nashville . Callatin . Livingston . . Callatin . Lalfollette . . . Cookeville . . . . Sparta YVarrenton, Va. . . . Nashville .. Cainesboro . Cleveland . . . . .Kingsport . McMinnville ... ,. Lebanon . . . . , . Algood Richard City . . . Covington I-lendersonville . . . .Lewisburg . . . Franklin ......Pikeville Lakeland, lfla. . . . . . . .litowah ... Nashville . . Cookeville . . . .janiestown .. . .Nashville . . . .Smithville . .McMinnville . . . .Creenbrier . . . .Mcliwen flrolcy. Prinrc Shelton . Kirowcll. Clilllorml Sanders ,. filllllllllglllllll. Rilvy lixans llainwooil. William Harold Dalton, Nanny XYi11frC1l Davis, janrcs 'l'llUlll2lS . Davis, -Illdllll .Xnn .... . llcaring, Robert Allen , Dclfoc. Allcn Roy' . Ilcmclriou. CUllSl2lIlllllC ., DL'lllly, XVllll2llll R. ..,,. . Dirkcr, Iilllllll' Nlaxircll . Douglas, George Robert Dunn, V. , .,... .. Ulllllillll. Xlarr hlo. .. , Dlllllillll. Rirlrarml Allen . Dyer. Doris Dvan ,.., llykvs, .IOS!Jl7ll Luc , Dykes, Xxvlllllllll Howarcl lihcrl, .Xnn ..,, ..,... . . liclnroncls, Louise .. .. l-llain. Joyrv Nlaxinc.. l'illllllCll, john NILCLIC lzxans, Patricia la. lixans. Palsy Row , lin-ll, DeWitt. lr, , lfagan, Carlton BZIXILTI' ., lfair1l1il1l, Klanrcs Xlfrccl l"L'l'glIsUll. Cllialn- Nelson l'isl1. 11111108 Rayrnoncl . Nashville Slrclhyville . . lion Aqua ,. ,Nashville Al'llIlllllWlllI6 . liringston .. . ,.SpZll'l21 Cllllllllllilligil Nlaryrille , . Cookeville Olcl Hifkory Kloppcrhill NlUlllC2lglC ,. Sparla Naslrxillc Old Iliakory Xllman, KY. . Cooker illc , Kloolwrillc .Oak Ridge .. Gallatin NlcNlinn1illC Knouillc Gallatin l.i1 ingston Donclson fllllllltl Hill Spring City Yarllxillc' Rmk Islancl POST-TIME in Tech Union for ASB election posters IUNIORS l 1 g 1 J 'nf 11252 , - 1 -1- 1' Eizfflif' ,. .- .... -:z:.l??1a,:'- 4, 1 1 QQ? fb .11 .,.. :. 3' 1.,.1- 2 1' l Page 69 HUGH DENNY ATTENTIVELY CONDUCTS an experiment in electrical engineering lab IUNIORS 4' 'l-.. ., . 'e:i':" Z -:ff ."' lv 'W I . A f ..,.E I F, ....,.,:. 1 .V W if ,I i..,. ii' I ' 1i'i ,.-- uuiilzlilu ,,.:. WP 1' 'H 'W i iiie ' Page 70 0 is , f if M1 19 1 ' . A ,.. ,V My Air ,Q 'NM' ff'T14'l.l l ki' Q . ah' W4 will lay, AH by C4 , . I f E -. .. . .,. V . :,,.:..,.. ,... Y g Sf l if A W.: 1 3 lfisllcr, xlllllllllll B. . lfills. IIZIIIICS Xlilfgllll, All.. . l'.lI7l72llI'lCli, David . . lfillpzltl'ic'k, llalid Rollzlld lflilll. klzllllcs l'lllWlll'll . lflllll. .ferry l'lllW2ll'll . lford, .IZIIIICS l.COll2lI'Cl l"0l'CSlCli, Jczlllllillc cillJS0ll . lfclx. illlll C1ll'flOll, ,, Fox, XVz11'l'ell C. ,... . , Friscll, Rli'l12ll'll Alllllll. ,. Nell' lfryc. -Izllllcs I.1llll'ClllC ., , . l'lllt9,1llC, Clyde, W. .. , lrllllillll. XYillzl1'd lid, . lfllilllll, jzlllles Lewis, .liz fillllflgllffli. Nlilflllkl Gallo fi2lllUlV2lY. lllfllillil. li. , fillllflll. Cllllll'lCS Bold . ci2ll'l'lg'2lll, xllllf .Xllll ci2l5S, Paul 1,C2lllllL'l'., Ciillizllll. Jfbllll Alilllllllltlgk' Uuolslly, lVzlldoll ...... fil'CgOl'Y. Ludgc Lou .,.. fil'lllCY, 12111168 Pllillip. . ,. Glulmll, lCmlll'zll'd l'lI'Clllll , fillSCllliC, Jilllll 'l'.. . . ,. fillflflllf. Clzlrcllfc XVIII. , llzlcklcr, Alllllll Vl'llUlIl2lS , llllgllll, JZIIHCS SlC1JllCll . llzllc. Roy filfllll , Nzlslllillc N2lSllX ills Old Hic'kol'l' , Ciollkcxille liivillgsloll Nalsllvillc iioukclillc Killgsport . . Nlzlllvillc ., Cllllllllllizl l5l'l1llslx'ic'k. N. .XlllllJCl'l'y, lflzl. .. lgllfclllclte ., fjilli Ridge Nzlsllvillc , Nzlsllvillc ., .,XlllClIS Cookclille . flllli Ridge Killzlltallluogzl , . Nlelllpllis , . . .Sparta , , Riddlctoll . Hollcllwzlld ,XlllCllS . l,2llVl'Clll'Cl7lllig ,. , l,l'C'llCl'il . 'Dl'C'1lllll' filCIlCl2llC, Ky. Dunlap ,.-"'l IW www il 1? llllllllly. Hzlrxuy llmx'1l1'd,, lllllllllf. Xvllllillll . Hlll'1'lS. Hollis Rolluu ,. Harris, Xlillkllll xlmcpll. jx Hlll'lX'2ll'll, BCIIY llcc ,,.. Haste, Janie Suu, Hays. lion llcrrcn. Eclwzml CZ. , Hvrrml, Alun li. llirkcy. 1-Iclclic. , , . , llimlwy, Xl2ll'gllI'L'l Lynn . lliclv. hllllllllf' llillmcrt. .lU5CIJll l'llllS2ll'll , llixuu, Kclllwlll Dann llolmlvr. llolm Ruswll llulmcs, BCH li.. lluclmllcslmx, fllllllili' .Xllll llltltbllllllglklll Springs lluclson, llolmlry Nvil llllllimz Xlclxill lllltlllllli llllllslcllcly .IZIIIICS l".slwz11'1I , lluglmus. Xxllllllllll lirllcn llu11lc'1'. lillgfllk' Flllfli. Billy Ilnla-1111111 .l1ll'lxSUll. Xlbllllllll li. -la14r1l1u..Ial1l1u llgnxg l lzlrccl. llmxillml -kl2llK'll. -lcrry ,Xllrn ., lz11'1'vII. klulm lu-llmm . 'lan lkL'll. Rulplx lXvL'llKlL'll 'll'lll'lN. ,XlllJI'll lfllgcm' BRAVE CO-ED CUTS in at TWO Backward Dance IUNIGRS .Nlzulclmcslcr H in P . , H2ll'I'llIlilll ,- ' ' ,V X P - ,I ,H . Grzlnxillc H Big " Z I b - , oak Rimlgc i f mm ,A l Z li? l llll f l lllll l l t A I , Cookeville :FEE ii .,... il.: fi -I ii., Q , iEV?:,::E., , , 4 , ASW ,gg f , .wlslmllc 5 l.,., , Lalollnlrff ff m,a E L ..... fggbx- R bk , 1 ,W Qjifii g, A , ,ww O' MW ,f "" f if A X qw flff Cllzlllzlmmgu E, .,: ' 1 . ,v , Clmwx illc Q. 'gy E E Quvlmcn, git - X A, 5' J f - aff, 75 TL ..vlkL'IllUll 'f-'S'-5 N29 -, W -9 xl1llllS01l Q ' H . flllzlllllll-ww A ll .:.l. l' .,,:1 A' A ,.:.,.: - - W, wa if l . ' H ' f '?Q!'l'f Bl, 2,31 Wm f av W "' H10 -W ' ll , l far f fltllllllllllll 4 ,,.. .,,.. f 1 ll A ::""' fu " 1 . , l .,.. l M ' lluukcx lllu H E W 12: M 53 at , . gi fflz - llffffkwillc - - 'SW ' R fl' W liullnlo xlkllllly H' A U W d iv 2455 H . xllllll'lllTSlCl' All, .5 55 ' Yxxhluml UU ,.,, Ouclnlzl A A A A if :xi Page 71 JU NIORS kv! ., :, ggi., . ,,.. . . .... . ,V . 1--' '.,,. 1 L - Q.. '- M 'i'i' , "'A Y ,..: ---'--, 1 ft- ,.,..- .--:,.-: f-,1. . .. -1- ,.,, .. , lllql y R . --,2:' . .,.:,. -- ' I .VA.. . A:.,i.., ""' Q :.,A. F ,.., 4 55: I . . . , ,,,, 3 S 3 A V . . . QM ff fm W . 3 L ,., 1 . 1 . AA ' L "' --- aff .,,, ,." ,.'v ,,,. S yin N K, E. . '. :I,gM 2 ,,,.,,.,, l l , E-I ..A,: I ,.,,,. 1 . .1 ". .- V.2. by ...W gp e .Q . ' ...'. Qlslulrlll A '." v-.WW ' -..,, . F . ' . M ' iv' . , Q M . Qeft f- A W I 'Q ' ll ,p . up -21 3 L """' M . ww. . .....l L , A my M 1 qinv I Aff I . ..,,.:., A . if me l :,,. . . "" 'sr WWE ...QQ . ' f .jr V ' " 2, . '.,, ,. . 55 1 ir:-1 H 'YR' , . .,'- . . at : ' . .:.Q.. "5 2 i be ..f- gf ' ff 1. ' 'V' ,., . My Mmm? ..,,k. Q ,. ""' WF' ' .,-.'-. .Zi-5 l,-.,. v 1.52: ,... h -.K H iig iggg . E V .. Q ng ww -Q. ,:,, . I mp it is .. K ., may A 152.2 ef . :.., :Q W Y "'Q' "', " " . tg, W ... 'B C Q - --V,-'.'.. . Lf 322550 .45 A A H. L , X ft Q W .Qi "Q" H'-S. 'Q'-."'l , wt W. V. Q f K ' Q ,. . . ,f ' 1 .,... 5 - ,-'f'f -'---- : y Q ...lx Q ill 6 I .,,.. r. 4 C SEQ-wil 'fr' 1' ' , ' '--' E Z ,-:. w -f w e Y '-'- :" . .,,A2. A -- .. .,:,. I- , .,.,. . ..:, g ...,- 5 :MM 3:3 g . it "I'l-- V1 ,O l .-., E ::,- ..,. 2 ...E I-Q: :QQI 3 km' ---,I- . --cnn Lygizia , A A :gl unv -':-1- ' '-.: ..... . :" . Vnnbn ---2 if zvqz. C .L .K is K gg 5 f '.,,' 3 i l ::' "' 12, Az , - . Page 72 Qlernigttn, Rowlin Clerelztnd llobe. Howard Neil . , . . , . , johnson, Donald Martin ,, johnson, Edna Ruth . , . johnson, Lake H. ...,, , . Iohnston. Thotnzis Smith .... llollill, Gilbert Franklin.. jones, Janis Carol 4.....,, llordztn. svlllllllll li. ..... . ljudd, jznnes Hayden, jr.. .. Kelly. David Luborn.. ., Kilgore, joe Kyle. ,. KlllISCf. Max Ryan. .. Koellein, Mayhew If. . . .. Ltnnberth, Horace L. , ,, . l.ztt1de1'dale, Mary lilizztbeth.. Law, Ella Jean ..... .. ., Ledbeller, Curl Brown.. . Lee. jtnnes Kenneth ,,.. Lee, Monroe Brnre ,.... . ,. Springlield . . . .Dickson ..Nztshyille . Cookeville . Cookeville London , , .Cookeville , , . Cziryville , ,-Iziniestown Old Hickory ,..Hzn'rinntn Richztrd City . .'I'tn'tletown ., Nnshyille . Cottontown .. Hztrtsyille . .. Maryville ,.O:tk Ridge . . . .Nashville , .... Sparta Leonard, Harry Williznn ..,, . .'l'roy. N. Y. Ling, Chi-Yuan ..,,.,..,....,...,,..,,. Chinn Livingston, Williznn Cztrdner .,.Xsheyille, N. C. Locke, George. Edward .. . Loltis. Robert llowatrtl.. Loggins, John 'l hornton Lohorn. lllllll Sidney. . l.y ell. Bobbie Donald . . Mt'f.ord. .Xrrh ...... ,.... . NlC'fl0l'llllL'k, jzunes Paul ..,, McCracken, Thotnus M. . Mclionzild, Barry. . .. . . . Mclztrty, Druley .., . . Mc'Lztrty, Johnnie Sue . . McXutt. XYilliznn Russell.. Mc'l'herson Tboinzts Hztrrison , xllllffl. jattnes XY. ,, .. .. Mztggztrt. Gerald Gregory Malone, Boyd llroyrning .... Mann, joe lztylor. .. ..,. , Manners, Williznn Eclwzird. . Martin, Elbert L., ,. ...... Martin, john Luthnr.. Martin. William H. . . Mztson, john lhoinzts . Meadows, Harry Eugene Messer. Xlvllllfllll Roger Miller. Bill , . Miller. Hurry Lee. . Mills. Larry . Mitchell. Hugh Moore . Mitchell, Xvlllllllll R., ., Moore, Margztrer Sue .. Mooly, Fred M., jr.. , . . Moyers. Xznnm Ruth ., Mullins, Virginia Sue . Mnrrzty. Ainandzt .Xnn Mynzttt, Al-llllllllll lilroy., Nztxztrro. Nancy Polo , Nelson, Charles Brian. . ,. . , , . .fifllllllllllil , .CookeYillC ... Chztrlotte ., .. ,Sparta .Old Hickory .Manirhester .Chat tzinoogu ....NzisIiyille Clnittzinoogn . ,Cztinesboro . Cztinesboro ..,,Nl2ll'yYlllC ..,,N2lSllYlllC l'llll2llJL'l h town ... Cztrthztge ., Sniithxille . Cookeville . Clarksville .. Cookeville , Nashville llztth Springs , .Mrklinnyille Xztshy ille Cooker ille , Cookeyille linrkesyille, Ky. , .lnllulionizl . . .. Sparta . . Xztshyille . I.:tlfolIetle ., Newport . ...Sparta . llyrdstown . , ..lirztndztll Cllntttzinoogai , . .New York , Collieryille Xewson, Jinnnie NI. ..., Xolen, Robert Gninn ... Normml, Alanine Xlaie .. cJl'1lllI,.Xl1llll1l'ci. ,.,.. Osuzilt. Hlllllllf C. ...,,.. , O'Neil, XYilliznn SCglIl0l1ll Owen, Robert Cl.. ., Paige, ,l'll0lIl2lS NI. ,.... ,, Palmer. Charles Spencer. . l,kllIllCl', Gene Clizlrles .... l':n'Innn. Nlznilyn Kathleen Pznne. Bznnelt ...., Payne, Billy Irish Payne, Jeannie .Xnn . Pill, Peclro, ., . ,. Pezuson, jznnes ll.,, Pezlrson. Joseph D. .... . Pmligo, Ralph Waller ..., lll'gl'lllll, Wayne I-'1-:n1k,. . . Plnnris, ljlllllllil Cihzirles . Phillips. Hugh l.inalen,, Phillips. Joe Nlznk ., ., Phillips, -john Williann .. Plly. Powell fzlllllllilll. ., Pierre. Guinn Que , Pills, ilillllllllllll lewis Polslmm, Jznnes Boyce ..,, Poole. Porter Nllllggllll.. Plem. Ray Hnlen . , l'm'le1', llolin liriilewziler. , . Lnling. lexus llnn1lJe1'lznnl City . . . Riclainzni ., Cnokexille ,. Menipliis ,. ,Hlll'l'illlLll1 , Dixon County ... Clznksxille .., Lelmnon ,....lneILnn ., . Crmsxille , Cllillllllllllbgll Rii'l1zn'il ilily .. .Unk Ridge . Hznunu. fillllll .,Olcl Hic'km'y .... xlCIlIl3lllS ,Xlc'NlinnxilIe . . ,.Wz1xerly .., Kicmkeville , . Conlieville , . . llzixlei' Cilnillznmogzz ., .Xlgnml ., llfl'llSlUWI1 . , . Daisy ,.. Hznrinnln .. .llonkeville . .. Inllnlnnnzi Hcnclersunxille "DON'T CRY Lessie. Here's my . . ." .ie X L as F ,l..i ll 135' I ,A i V. all .,,. in ,V .,.,.,. S X ,- . 55. , l 4 a- A .- Wk,-1 ,,.. ' 5 J, .R K, 41 UNIORS Page 73 IUNIORS .p, i Q .5 -r - 1 'Q 5 . '-'- h .T 5 iw 5 W e , 5 2? 5 y -. ..f . ,.:...,:,: lg v ,V.. 1 . . X .. vc: "' 'I ':"W . Q-A 3 'aw '5 ' R Q2 1: "-, Q Q . .. i "'. ii? VF . fi ll B45 ':" -""" se 1 5 . .. . 1 ,Q Q . ,Eg 3 v vv Z-:I 9'- Fage 74 '? we X 7.5, im 1... 4 viz. .- fn? Q' 1. 'i ii it l L .4 1 r W ik . .,, 1 J, -.H ai ii v p i l N. 'SP-'CNW H s "Q: ii i 12 We sg., .,,. . . 2? I - e.,. A 03 1 A ww? if f .QS .,-' I MJ Risk :." 1 we 'M '?""'- R 1 B :: ,.:. :. , . , ,,, , lvvr e Q V is ., D 5' 'W ,. me ffifwy A ,-A. ...fi mf A,,M' . I Algn I--- ...., B Q Y' . 1.: . xy ,.,,,. .ic M me A Price, George liverette, jr. Prollitt, I.ee Roy ..,...,.. Pruett. lfrankie Ruth 4... Pugh, Roy lidward ..... Quarles. Nancy .lo ,... Quinley, jim Vaugh ,... Ramsey. lfranklin Deland. Ramsev, 'lhorold D.. . . .. Rav, Donald I.ee ..,. Rav. Clemla ,lane ...... Reid, lonv Duane ..,,. . Renegar, William Wesley. Rice, lVilliam lidward. . . Rose. Martha QI. ....... . Rotella. .Xnn ,.,. ...... . Rowan. Rohert Anderson. . Samples, .Iaines Francis .. Samuel. Sushil ..,......, Seandlyn, Benny Harold.. Schmidt. Kenneth Alton.. Schrander. Phylis ......,. Sexton, Curtis Cecil .... Sharp. qlerrv Frank ..... Shepherd, john l... jr. . Shirlev. l'aul lx. ...... .. Shocklev, Barhara .Xnn .... Short. Walter Bennett ..,. Shuttk, Donna Rae ......., Simmons, Nlelvin Homer.. Sissom, Leigliton liston, jr.. .. Slagle, Smith, Smith Smith, Smith Smith Rufus Clark. .. Billv Cordon .... Billy Cene ..... l,ut'y Dianne .... Nancv Carolyn .... Rohert. Witthorn. . . Smith, Winlretl Landon . Smithson, Helen Fav ...... Sprouse. james Vincent, jr Sprouse. l.aman. XY. . .. .. Stansherrv, blames R.. . . . Stanton. Rohert lilder. . . Stockley, .Xlhert liugene .. Stemen, Duane Lee ..... Stewart, David Cordon Suttle. Cordon Bruce . Sutton. ,joe Stewart . . '1'allev, janies Harold lhomam. .Xlgia Sue .... lhurman. loe l.. .,.... .. Treaner, lhomas S.. jr. . 'l'ut'ker. limmv Rav ..... Vaughn, Dennis l-lenrv .. Vickers. l.vndall jackson.. Yoorhies. Carolyn .. XX alhng. -james H.. . .. Hlatts, Charles N. ...... . Hlells, Robert liugene ,... Xvliitaker. Cornelia Cail .. XYhite, ilaines A.. ..... . . . .Nashville . .lullahonla . . .Granville . . .Manchester . . .Caineshoro . .Chattanooga . . . Cookeville ..Xlc'Nlinnville . . .Nashville . .Cookeville ... Callalin . . .l,yllClllJlll'g ....Nlt. juliet ...Nashville . . Nashville . Oak Ridge . . Benton Pakistan . . . .Harriman ...Nashville . . . Cookeville . .Madisonville ....Knoxville ....Cookeville . .XVhitwell .. Spencer . .Franklin .. .Dickson ........Kelso . .Nlanchesler . . Harriman . .Chattanooga . .Livingston XVestmoreland ....Knoxville . . . .Cleveland . . .Springfield .. Smithville .Springfield . Oak Ridge .. Oak Ridge . . . .Lebanon . Cookeville . Cookeville . . . Hixon . Crossville .. Nashville l.CWlSlllll'g Sparta .. Sparta .. Nashville . Lalfollette ....Cookeville .Nlanchester . . Colnmhia .. .Nashville ....Louisville . . .Byrdstown . .Columlmia .. . litowah AWAITING THE RETURN of their favorite satellite are Gary Harber, Bill Wolfe, and Charles Thompson XXlulm-. ll'l'lX IUIIQCIIL' flllllllllllll G XXllil1'. l'l'1lxiN XX wlcy Xlvullmllis I XXlIlll'lI4'1lKl. Ihnix klo HHlll'llXX1llKl ,ggi 'l XX iluy. lmnmx Ilxlllxxillc my rigid' XX Hlinlnx. lllugnw I3cn11 llnxlnw' '57M? iff XXilmm. .14-lm-N Rinluzml xnxlammm- W XXilau1L Xliul1vH lluic KJHXUI Springs XXihlvL junk , Idxingxnum 'LQ X XXllllLl'Cl'. -Tmmuw Ugllluu l'cmkL'Xillc- - fn XX int:-rx. ,lzllmw Xlxlllllcux Slbllllgllilfl XXinIml. Pm-gg lilk , Xlurximm XXirl. klolm llmxzml Ciuolxcxillu 2 so XXiwq Thu IIUH NnxhxiHv 355533 Ifl XXumguk. c'll1lllt'N lun' XI1XlinmiIlc- XXunLl, Xlllvll lu' Kmwkvxillcf XXuud,lluhurllf, NuNhxiHC umly. lcrlx Xlillm-1' . Ltblllllllblll ,jjfQj'i, W XX right. Cimmll lhymm Clilx. Nil. ,.., E': 25" 'X' XX1igI1l. lulm Xlgnxin llllllllllllIX QT lu-glvm. Rulwrl IR-nk Ymllxilln' XS? 5 D be ww.. Nw A w whim if Sk , . mm' Md' IUNIORS - 7 3 A Q v 6' ,Q 1525? Ti WW , .,-.. 1 A ' ,T M ,. W fl I T '.,,i. i ffi f- 'T-'S' 1 T T. ml :,ll:3 "- 3 ,T K. ' ihl Q h 'X A A . A , .X w fa or My rg , .M pit S53-A Wigvw 45' 'Af ,fic www., 4 .mf G Q my . ll Page 75 .M mv Ig ' jf' S a 5 12 Q if 9. ix 4 gf 'K' -we -W 1 W Sf ' a ay 5 :dei ,F ,A 'il 'vm' if Di -1. Lively Sophomores Act Like Campus Veterans Acting as veterans of Tennessee Tech and feeling superior as they watch the freshmen suffer, the sopho- mores began a year of lively adventures, as upperclass- men. Many began to take a more active interest in the extra-curricular activities of the campus and find them- selves leaders and officers in many of the major clubs. The year officially started with the election of class officers. The sophomores were also asked to choose two nominees for the officers of secretary and vice-N president of the ASB during spring quarter. It is the responsibility of the sophomore class to build the float for the Homecoming Queen and her at- Sophomore Class Ombers Prrfsizfmll , . . . .DAN H. SANDIQRS .Ser-rvlmy . . . , .MA1.lssA A. Kxorr Tmzszzrrr . , . .LINDA HtrDDLr3s'rox Ill-I'I'-I,l'IJ.Yf!f!'Ilf ROB!-iRT BROWN tendants. This years float was constructed with three levelsg a color scheme of white and gold was used. The queen sat under a gold crown on the highest level with her attendants sitting below her. Two picturesque and graceful swans decorated the front of the float. A social event was sponsored by the sophomores in the spring to raise money for various class expenses. Nlisses Linda Sain and Betty Beeler were chosen class beauties and are featured in the EAGLE. Thus the sophomore class members have proven themselves daily to be important members of the Tech family. Their endeavors have not been unnoticed and they have worked hard in attaining the established goals of their class. The sophomores can be proud of their class record. .-Xcademically, as well as socially, they have striven to attain eventual membership in the junior class. The journey has ended. "READING MAKETH a full man" Page 77 SOPHOMORES an lm: K H K A 'vw' : ,. H . llSllll. Q 1 ' , , 91 ' Aw S fi" """' Qi ,xllSllll. klrrry l.. .. Qf" A 'lQg7 Tw Q ,jfffi Xxuni.lNlunrd XYuync M ,,,,.., in 7 B11 nn Xln' ' ,R .,...,..:, Y N.-fm 'P E i G li Sv Page 78 Nlmilcrcy illnntznnmgu ll1ll'I'lllNlll . Unk Ridge fluplmcrliill Xlm'mwImnc', Ky. fiI'CCllCX illc Iron City Kingston Winn licslci' fiunkcvillc unvl. .ln 1. . . Dixon Springs . .ilrossvillc Kingwlon Nl1Xlinnxillc Xlcxznnirixl Cllizlllzimmgzl Olml llimkury , Cllizlllzlimogfl . Hlinnlup . Cookcvillc Unk Ridge llznkcll, ul. CI. . 'l'mnpkinsxillc'. Ky. fllizillzinoogzl Ciulnnllmizl CCIIICIW illc' tllcvclznnl Nlmiroc' Lligillzniimmgzi . Nzlslivillc , Suclcli llfl'ilSlOXVll ,,.,.Xlg0ml Xuslnillc Cllizxllaiimogzi cum . Rnnzlcl . . , Rall Boiling Springs Unk Rimlgu , llzn'riinz1n fifHllxl'NlllC Xzisln illc l'il'XYlll Spcmci' floukuxillc filllllllllllllbgll lizixlcr Xiislix illc Xldlinnx illc llcniclsun Rngcrsvillc , llllllllllllllllll ,. Urinnillc ,CIuol4cx'illc Unk Riclgc lllniliznmogzl xlLllli'llCSICl' lilowzlli lllllillllllllll , Clookcxillc Cliullnnooga Old llifkory WEDDINGS IEVEN MOCK WEDDINGSJ are always so sad f.2IIXL'I'. Hzum- K,1m:lIcllxx1lh Av lhlnllilclrl. X, l,Ul'l'1liIll' f.lt'NCl2lllll l4u1'cl1IiL'ld,Y. lilziim' f.lL'Xl'lllll1l Bllllxll Cllmrlu Rullnialll Old llizkmx AEM 43 ,,. HIIYILWN, Pill Xllll Yzuluillz- V 3' an ig -.M la P 1' -1 xx' PA! 1 N x' 5'5" A -N M E' llll, ,cm mm . nl rx Ull. . . 1? qw . MEAL limi. Rnlwxi Ilmulml lllllllllkllllkl lk, -' , limb. HllSlL'lL Nl11m'l1cwlc'm A V liuxll. lil'l'lJi'II lk. Nzlsluillv L., H 'b i BlH!Q1,j1HHxnx llhlllizkurx ff, "gQ.9 12 '13 gp 'gg' W HIIIIUIQ Pzllricizl Xllll llLlI'YiIlllIlI Q., lgllllfll 'lknmm Imml NIL lulil-I N "" H gi f2.llllllIPL'H. Ilulrml CL, lmmf Xlcmllmzxirl ' "1 "" Q f'2llIlIJIJL'H. llmzxmx lfimilgnx Xzlsluilln' gg. it 1,3 fllllllvll. Nznm' llmlglzu SllliIflXiHi' W A Iv A :gi f.n1lmn.,X1ll1l1l N .. Qlzukwmillc. Hu. """' I .iw .,-. Lzlw, Rrxlmvll Hillllll XI4kXIi11llx1lh C.nIi'. lilllillk' C. Nlmwllluxm X' f.llll1L'f. A. li. XHSPINIHL K1-lu' IYCIIIHS Rulvcxl Iuuinillc Iix C.I11lIIl1l. Iivllx In .lizlxlvr C Cllllnlrxx. li'I'IX XX. fll'Xl'I1III1l 1-g N in Clllilnlx. mu l.s'n' llmkxxmnl A fIIiINlll1Ll.XllLIiIIL' lllmuxillv 1 Llumnimml. X. R. I mwll. Xluw L,'- bm c.lll'iNIillIl, Iiulmlrx lnlxiw. Xlt'Xl1IIllI'iLl V lzlif Ulm. lfhllixlu Pillllllllll .Q . gf, - ,..: ,M :. .r : ., , , , ,fm -:W 4, ALE E? SOPHGMORES Q. as V' A M 0 1 H H H in .f R' 5 M 'i A if wwf! ma i qffvfj Page 79 A l 5 U Q 'l , x ,A 5 . if " f W 1 9 Af Z ,fi '45 5 SOPHOMORES H iv x ,gm 1 H Qi 'I , '92 AN nw ---...,,M, ANN EBERT AND JUDY CRAWFORD "sl1ort-sheet" an unsuspecting friend's bed fav? . i l i 255,3gQ i ni., iw ' M ' 4 .4 :'V -,cw A:,,A A ' 'M' i l A W K 2 Q .- .f ' " " if , K Q . fin 231 Page 80 Q 3 'RT' ft fr. E iw 0 'W 2 . ,k lwhiih Clank. lzmlnzi Illzlylmom, Clicmlcly , Lulluc, Xan Ilcnry. lr Sllllllg City ,l111lu's1mx'l1 Shop Springs Clulzly. Clllyllbll Cllicxlcr Nnmlnillc llnlwcll. l"i'zml4lin ID Unis. ulznncs NX. lluplcy. KIZIIIICS W. Lmniclly, Blzxrllm lo , Luwzln, Gcrnlil l.. , Klux. ludv . fIx'cc'll Bcicrly ,Xnn Clrilmlus, Rli'llill'll Rc I llrislcr, Ricllnrml lhnlun . Clrmnxvcll, Billy C.. Cross. Junlcs Dunulrl fillKlC..I0lll1 Waim- fllllllllllglllllll. ,lux Dunicl. jznm-s Ruin-11 ll1IlllCl. Xvllflllf . lD:u'1'11pm'L, -llllllllll' Danielson, loc .. lim is. llilllll lQl'llll llzuu. 1-.llmcrl C.. Ilnxis. .luck Davis, John ljlvi' llzuxis, Ridizml. l,1lfllI1ll,R11llll2lll Dean. William Nl. Dennis. Franklin Denton, Don . , gllllllllllll' SIJ1ll'l.l -IZIIIICSICIXYII . Unk Rimlgc ..lX'z1lc1'lmx'i1 Clllzlllzlnoogu Nxlslixillc Xlziiirlwslcl' Nnslixillc . Nllllllllglll llclvnwuoml Xilxcll. S. KZ, Xzlslixillc' C.li:n'lntlc lilllllllltllllll Clrossx illc fil2lXCl1lllll 511211111 ,lxnmwlmvn XllillYlllC llzlrrilnzln Unk Rirlgc -In lncstown Nnsllvillc ,-Xlgood Martin 1 53 A OVERALL STADIUM IS PACKED as alumni return for homecoming fesiivities SQPHOMORES lbuxu-my Xlmnis XLISIIXHIC V 2 llcwill. Hurry , fzllllllllllllilgll ' , 1 ,Q lDimkcx.Sur:ul1 Xml , SXX4'L'lWilIL'l' Lf 1, ':'. Q G " '1' 15320 Dixon. ,Xlicc lfzuu' , Klmxxillv SX,-'M 'N gl. '- ' - :1?A ,, ff... I .'...Q- - llixml. CZISIJUI' lhmgllnl . lI1'mlL'rm11XilIc H Hmm? f i? Ii, 4' - '.'.E .gf lbmlmls. CLI:-1111 llllgll . , , Xlillinglun Y V 5 lloulvy, liclly ,lu . ., lluukcvillc 'I ' ,,,A, Z,,.., .I , llrzukc. Nlurrzly xyilllllll' , Rmk Ixlzmnl i , .,::. :.., f P .I l l,yl'l', I.0lz1 livss liyrclstown :: -:2""E::: -5 ,Qu if f KW Wi' a H 'V lialkim. lluxixl Ilcmlursulm. Ry. iw , 55:4 ,M " ' I'i1IxlIillf"L'. Ilnmlcl flmmlficlcl if 11:3-A PZCIIIIHIICINUII, Xlillzml Cllglx lirislnl ' --'-- 5 lf 2 W li4!u1u1'slN. Ifrvml I . I Imllglnurmgn ' ' Iilmlliflgc. lxuix xyilflll' XIHIIICIKCX 5,5f'!li" if 'W f ,uf :f" , Q9-. X , lillis, ISL-lly kann- , Robbins . - iq wif W 95 E W If l'ZllIK'llUll. llmsznrl KZCHIIZI A' "".b:.v -. Wai 'Zi' ii!-.,. L Y.. 5 l",lIlllIUll5. NILIIN 'login ikmkcxillv I V7 - xx: V I ff lzxzllls. Xlxlrlin IS. Klluxclzlml l'llliN. lk'l'l'N Xl. lic-II lhlnklm' l'11'IcIx. Sxlxm lt. BLIXIVI , -W X 'QQ 5? T295 . . I l S 1 4 rlfllllllg. xllkgllllll I.. Xllmu I'I4mL'u. C.lm1'lw Irwlcy Cluukcxilln' iwjgfl F Q. f c. L. Ifrvgg. limmx llllmmml Klnlumlmiu K we gg, Qu Y x ,rim Ifmvlvlp ,Icrv I.. Unk Ridge' Y W 'U' -Ag I"l'1llllxliIl. l'llI1ll'L'X KL. lrlliur Plains ":' :.'. S: l'I'LlIllx1ill. Curl Old Hickory 1' l:I'ilZi9I'. xvillilllll Wind Cap, Pa. - I Page 81 SOPHOMORES wg-QS? U55 511 4. 1 W F QQ? g ggllg?ln -YF F53 Mm 31 X 1 235 I iR""'L' 5 59" ' 1-- Ql- 7 rt- f , . ..., ziiu E , J. , W 1 xr 1' ' 1 L 1 I ,-1. iQ! 'sf W3 QW? 5 ba Sig- M.. A me Lt , eww 'W 'EW , S5 "SEZ" 1,1 fwffxl 11 1,,W1., -ar Page 82 If1'v11l1c. R111 UUIIQIZIS I'4I'ilIlil'H. 1111111111 Ifryc. Alilfk IJ. , . I-'11l111L'1', f1l'0l'gl' Hugh I'111111:1. 11111111-5 R. fLa11I111. XI1111'1s lII1:11I1vi1L CQ11lli1m1. Hlllbld R. f-llI'Ill'1A. RUIJQ11 l.L'1', lr, f1llI'llClk, R11l1c1'1 XV:1y111' f1ilI'I'l'Il, AICIIIIIL' . , fQ2lI'lCll. YCIIIILIII 4.1-1:1l1l 1-1'1'1'. 11111110 Il. ii1'1111'y, Dc111u11 l'.lIgl'lll' fvCllll'y, 1lClJll . . 1Qil1so11, SlUlIllL'l D. , film 1'1'. I.i11cl11 Lula' 1-111l.xI11111cs 'I. ,. lL11c11!11'i11. 1'1'L'111i1'1' K.. K.oolsb1', 1.51111 Xl. . U ,. fQl'2llll. I-1111111 W. Ci1cc'11w11411l. M1111 k2lllll'I'illL' fvl'R'1'llWOOKl. Ruin-1'1 S.. .I1 l.1'11I1I1, Alewsiczl 0. Ila11L1'11. K111l11'1'i11c NI. ll111'k111'y. 'IZIIIICY ll0Ill'll Ila1g:111..IOI111 lI11gl1 llalll. IS. I.. , Ilzlll, CQC111'g1- llllf lI11ll..I11h11 I . llilllllby, lfrccl Ii. ll:1111111i1l, .I111li1l1 ll:11111m1o11, Xllllf Kvilll ll:1111'o11k. R111l1 lD1111'11 Il:11'1l111. lx1:1 Ilzmlx, S. 1.2111- lI:11'I111, 521111 llllgll Il2lI'l'iS. RiL'll1ll'lI lilllkl. NIz11'1l111 llllllt' llalliivld. Buster l"1'z111Ix llz111'ki11s, Belly klllllt' Il111xlxi11s. Belly 4111111 Ilz1y11c's. -Illllll'S llzuiml llzlyw. l31'c111l11 R. Ilauys, Iris Xlzuldox Ilcaul. Nlznx IJ. Il1'1lgc'c'r1g11, Klux Il1'i1f111c11. X111l14111x KI, II1'11cl1'iw1111, Xlllbll ll. l'1ll'l'1, Rzlrllvl XX1Ilu.'5c111' Ozlkmlzllc 6111111 1111111111111 lI111'1s1illQ ll111kwu01l 0l1l IIi1'kr11'y 513211111 I.:11x I'l'Il1L'lllll'g flllllllilllilflgll . , lll'l'lli'I'll . XIl1111s lix11ls1m1'11 51lllI'l2l , l511x1c1' . llixmm 1XIll1l1SUllX illu Old llirkury 515111111 I11-1111111 , .Xlgoml Nl1'NIi1111x illc .xVilllllL'S1CI' f.1111k1'X illt' llcmkvx illc Unk Rislgc , f.1lI'lIl1lgl! lm-lliru l'Iz1i11s I-111111111111 R1111, kv. CIl111'k1':11111c 11111111011 li1'11sl1 C'11'vk flllilllllllllllgll 01114 Rillglf -lz1s111'1' XY:111'1 11111 ll Lllilllillliytbgll xl1Pl'l'i5I1HVll Nushxillc .X11l1111'11111w11 CIl1:111:1111111g:1 ll1111Iz11w S111-lluxxillc 6.11131-xL'Xilll' . . fnllllilllll Slwllmyxilli' I.a1Lc 1.111 S111i11gI11'l1l llumxillc l.r1111sx1llc, lu. NI1Xli11111iH1' Hl'lll'f. N11z1l1 Wzlllzlw. Ill .. Xlc-11111l1is IlC'NIl'I'. li1l11z11'1l IQIIX ,, Oliwr 8111111115 Ilc'1si11. I5c11'1'll I.1'1- Rccl Iiuiliug S111111114 Hi1k111:111. Clwil R. XH111111. Rx. llirlw. .IQIIIICN X, lii11gx111111 llirks. AIZIIIICS fl, I'i11sl1111'g, l':1. lli11LIc. Al111111-Q , , . Kmcrmllcllwxillc' lli11s1111. c:ll1ll'lL'5 Rc'1111c'1I1 Xzlshxillc' Ililllllll. Pl1vli41 VI111111- fnlllllllill ll11Hz1111l. Yun 11111 ll1'1l1111'1l ll11lIi11gsw111'1l1. l.cRm lm S1D1ll'lLl llullis. lulm X. R. llUI'IlCl', William llcmx llowell, .XlllK'l'I CZ. ,. llmvcll. XYilmz1 I.ouisL' llllllLllL'Sl0ll. l.i1ul11 lm- ll11ll,C.z11'l la. , ., lllIIllCl', lScL'n'l1c1' ll, llllsky, Rirllallxl , , lwnlJc1'g', Peggy lxcy, Leon , . , lzukmon. llcxxzuylmc lauksml, Inuia ll. -l1li'UlJS, .IZIIIICS .L lzlcolms. ,l1lllll'S Nlzlmlimn l:llm's.YYilli11lll I.. , ll'lL'l'. kI1IlllL'S Guy . lulumnm, .tllzl lnxyc lulmson. kvlmclll li. lcullmon, lAl'llUIlI ., lolnmmn, Xl2ll'N ltlllillwlll ,.. IUllllSIlll. llllllll R, lullnsml. William Inuix RUBY LEA AND DON JARED VOTE tor their favorite candidates In the superlative electron Xzlsllx illct flCIlll'l'X illc ., fllllllllllhlil , . Slllllglll . Yglxllxillc . Killgxport Cluolwx ille Cllcxclxlml Cllmllzllmogzx Olixc llill Cluulxm illc .., f.u:llI1L'l1l .xYlllllli'5ll'l' flllllllzllluugll Nlllllllgllill ,Xzulmxillc . Sllllllltllllf .Crmkm illc ,,f.uulxL'x1IlLf Oak Rimlgc Xzuln 1ll1' Iluulwxlllc lully. Ilcwiw lf. l'l'lL'l'SlllIlQ', Yu. IHIICS. lizlrmll lim lkmultuxillc lmmcs, Kim-cilizl R. lunva. Clllzlrlu il 1 mes. Dull mx Yglrlilm lmlcs. U'illium ljilllglih J klunlcl. Ihilip Hugluw junlkins. Hcllvic llalwilllzm f"llx Rimlvn' ,. ,, tllllxlllblkll Xzlsllx illc Crmlwx ills 5llllllI'lQ,lll fm 2 An .K nz? Lg gy 5545 A' " f X Q4 ' Q .A :g'2i?f7 l 7 SOPHOMORES as 3? in f ZVEFV' 'il J 9' ,Q X SATURDAY AFTERNOON PEP RALLY crowd waits for the arrival of the pep band u'!?'l5M' if Q QW ....... vw Q up Mr 2' pw i gg JM N7 wx , qw ap if M, KJ' X l' - -1 Wiefgf 4, " Q - A 1- i , . MK, M, W Page 84 'K ry gg, lluslimc. Klum' lil'2lllllCX. Xlilmllul Sue lxcll. K.i11'ulu lizillm-xx KL-nip, Rsnynumml lxillmn. Runnlcl .lan , King, llvlvn Cirznu- .. KlIl94'l'. Hula:-11 lxirlmy, IILIIIICS la. K1mIl,NI:lliw4:l Xllll Kmuwlcs, .lolm CI. lgickcv. llL'1'lmcrl I.. l.11n1lJi11'l. Rinilizml W. llzmg'lm'rl. Belly .lu l1lIlg9KlUIl. Ruin-il XY. l.:1wlU1'. f.ll2ll'lL'N XXL-:lu lvrllrulll, Cm il Irv. Grace . Ling, Rmmmul XX. . lnnlw. hlaulx ll. llmc. Alun-l limlxxzml I,mclc'Ss, Rzulpli l.cmc. Ilvslc-1' llllgll I.m'nl. Hzlrclx XX illlzim l.lIllNlHl'il.ll1lXlll Imms. .XI'llllll' XllliL'L'.1,k'llll1I,IUXIIH Xlllirinle. HISIIIILN lf. Xlilirinlc. Xvlllllllll lx xlffilllllflllllll. Sum Xl4'fill1'I'f, Rillllllll li. , Kkvzillivlcl Sllllllll Cmpln-1 lull Qlllllxxllll Ogllx Rislgc NIUIIIVIUF Nlzulismixillc Cnzimills Olll I lic lxory . Span lu Cllcxclxlml Lulllmlxlzl SIN iuglic-lrl Luliiiillmizl .XlllL'llN, Xlll. llmllnlumgzi .Xllmiv Lllillllllllitbgll XlxNli1111xilln' Clcrulwx illm' lirllltl x illi- Illlllllllllll l.1lN'll'lll 1-lung XXlIllllt'NIt'l' . R031-rsxillc llvcllmzl Xlzlnliwnixillu Sparta: tilcwlzlml . Knoxville Xlsf-rcu. ILIHICN H. Xhkcc. Xllhlllk Ilnlwxllml. Xlzmis, Iizlrl ... Xlzlrliu. Ilgmicl Il. Xlilflill. Rmmlml XY. XILIYIIII. IIIHIIIZIN XX. Xlzmm. K-mmlsm . XIZIIIIIS, K-zulzlml l'1'c'cl xlllllllCYXS. Clurlis INHII Xlanxwcll. PI'L'IlI'iL'C Xlczlclmu. Rallcigll Il. Nlccllcy. Raullul. . Xlctlunl. hlllllllll .X. Xlc-xcr, flIl2Il'IL'S I. NI1-xcrs. l.lIlLlll llcllwhl . n Xllllcr. Hk'll'll lg. Xlillcr, l'.lllN'l' . Nlin'hlic'l1. ,Inu CI. Xlilcllcll. l".Xl'lfll X. Xlmm. xxlillilllll l.. Ir XImnc'.Rnlpl1 XIIIILLHI. lXlllllll'l'U xllll NIOITIS. fAK'lll R.. -In, Xlurris. l.i111l:n Inu Xlmwris. Xlillf ,lvzm Xlnllmm. l.UlliNC' Xlusx. Unlmlmx Xlillm' 'XllllllIllX.fl1ll1lI'1lXi Xluxkcll. K-Lux K. Xiu-rx. ,lK'Iklft' Suu "SPRING FEVER" VICTIMS spend a laly afternoon talking aboui world affairs . XYznL'1l3 Cllllllllllllilgll " - -V 0"1'1f'2' Mt. -IllllCl X Xll. .IIIIICI A-1 . Xzlslnillc ' wkilmgstnn . .xvllflllllfg Springiiclcl XIcBIiumille . . lim cr ff1l0k0XillC Xnxlmxillc' . Nzmllxillnf V W: 5535 S llllffl V ' T A P 1 I rv., W. .., Ngullullu - I.11IfollL'll1' . Iimvxxillc - I Z Sllilflil ' ...Eg ,,. crllllllllllllilgll . ' ,lj , '33 'Wg ' it 9, A Ivivqllmlm -1 if 12' ' W Clmmkmillmr f A fx M' Q f.ll2lll1ll!0Ug2l M 5' fv1ll'llIllgC t Xnxllxllla' W F my A Dxlylrm x 55:2 Rimlcllvlrwxl ggi? 5: ? IZIXIHNIHMII ' LlllNl!l'll. .KILL l.iXiIl"Nl1lIl 'W' r- mv 'f ri' as 'Sl .Qi SOPHOMORES -.af N01 ...av or .nr Q ,lx - f , r "':A': ? Page 85 OPHOMORE M JIY Gif, W 3. ,ai ..., 1 wr' -K Page 86 313 ,..A 1 - A- ,, 5 1 is ,A.,.1,.. V W l . Nc-ul. l.lllllCl' Neely, Nlznwin li. Nc-lsun. Stuart .Xrnulml Ncxillc, Ken j... . Xcwlmcrry. .Indy l,. Xi1l1olso1l.S2llli llngln-Q Xirkcll. Trcxis . Nnlmlc. lQQlW2ll'll l'ilI.L1l'llK' Nornnxn, l,2lWl'Cll1'C O'lh'icn. Rollin l'illllIll'll Oglcsy, liolilwy 1.1.-nc flllllllllll. Klmlmluon Yonai! f,XL'l'2lll. Billy Nfzlync' Owen, jznnes I.. . .. Uwcn, Rosalyn. . .. . llLll'lllCl', Doylc liilgvm- lknmll. R1fl1zn'1l. . l,2lIlCl'SUl1. Gillmcrl l,lIfllC, Wzlylcnl, . l'c-ck. ,xllifll . l'cnll1ci'lUn. .linnnic Lvl' , lll'IllllL'l'lOll, Yixizin SM l,L'lCl'5. Jun R. , I'llilIips,llz1ckic N. l'l1ipps, fjlllll Kllunv Plnnk, June Sncllcn l'm'lCl'. Jilllllllf ll. l'unncl. Curl li., l'ou'cll, Pcggyainnc li. l'l'Clllll'C. XYilliznn I,. l'rirc. l'i1ll'l .Xllll0l'SIlll. l'i'ic'c, Tony , . Pi'im'L'. XYilliznn Nlinlwl lll'illl2ll'll. Dennis XY. l'ruc'Il. Bolmln I.. l'ln'ccll. Burton CQ. Putty, ilinnny Lcixis . Qnznlcs. lllllllllf' llnrryl Rankin, llulmliic .lK'2lll Rui. Sliirlcy ,Xnn Rvzlgzin. Loyal H. R sul. Shirley Doris Rccvcs, -lcrry , . , Rcmlciing, llOlDL'l'l CI. Rcclnmn. Iclzl Nlzlc Rcnlm. -lolin Xl. Rlfllillllillll, klinnny inllc' llivfffiils. licniizml If hh " Rippn-Inc, Rnlli ., Riwis, .Xnnc li. Riwls, Nluricl .Xnn Rolmcrwn. Ifllllllll C.. Rulmnwlx. Joe lfrznik Rnlmcrts. l.21l'l'l I., Rnlmcrls, lillllhll Nl. , ,. Rolvcrls. il-ll0lll2lS XYUSIQ Rolicrlsmi, Ciinhiu K. Rnlmc1'lso11,AIoc K. . Rnbincllc. Iidilic Wanna' . Rnhinsnn. Samlru .Iczxn . Klmssxillc . Knnxxillc ..,,Whilc-pine .XlCX1llIKl!'l1l, Yu. . Cuilccnlll Nll. l'Iva1sxnll fiL'Illl'l'XIlllf fil'2llil0ll, Ollio . , Nnslnillc ,. Cilizxllzllmogxl lll'n4lL'1sun. Ky. .. . lialglulznl livnlun . Nlzulison Pzllnnfi' , illcivlzlinl llllllllllllll fillll'lQNYillC , . Snnlniglil ....KZ0oLL'villc , Cnokcvillc Snnlmrigllt YV1l1'tln1i'g Rnlmlmins Sunlll I'illslnll'g Wcllcslcy, Hass. , . .lVim'l1c'slc'1' Cfmmkvvillv , Lllzitlzliimwga . filbllllllliiil ..,. l.Clb2lll0ll l'0l'lSlllOlllll, O. Olivcr Springs Cllcxclznnl ., lirznivillc Olml llirlmry , Lilmcrly . .ilnspcr llllflllll Ciuukcxillc , . -IZIIIIOSIUNII Spring City ., Springlivlcl ,, lX'illi1nnspm't Sniillnillc l'll'Wlll Old lliclxnry 9lll'lllgllL'lll . Ilnnkcxillv .. llilllllllilll .Xlgoml Spring Clily Sllcllxyxillc Yzlsllx illc: .. . Clvlinzl . Clnluniliiu Unk Ridge ll'l1iICll01lSC .liingsport . Snlyrnzx. Dm-l. 9 , . 1 1.118 ,Sw m1 1 11.1, J M 'We ,ak . M0 1, 111 D1 I A 5 '-ww NATURE STUDY CLASS, directed by Dr. Paul Hollister, studies Tech wildlife Il11g1-1x. X111x11' 1Q1111XX1111f 1i11g1'1N. 111111i1' 1'11Q1'111' X1g,111111 R11g1'1x. 111Il'1N x1lI1XX111L' R1111i111. 41111111 I11111g111N Spring Lily 5lIi11i'l. 511111 Nlll' XX111111'11111c' S11i11. 1.1ll112l X11X1i11111i111' S1111111'1s, 1,1111 1I111'1is ., 1111101111 Slllllb, 111111111 1'1'1'1111i1- 11111isxi111'. Ky 52lllllI1l'l'N. 511111 1'1l'1l'1l Cl1111111'1i111' S1 11111111111 1111111110 -111111 1.1111111111 S1111'1111111g11. 1411111111 111111 11111111111 S111i111. k111s1-1111 '11, iI1111l111111111g11 S111111111. 111111111 If. XI1X1i1111xi111' 5l1111.f11X11i1L'N l'11111 1i1111xxi111' 511111. 1'121111l'5 1,1x111gx11111 5l'll1N. f11ll'111111LI N11X1i1111xi111 5L'1l1I12l11.11111111111 X111111111 1111111111 S1'111'1x. 1C11g111 X. N11x11xi111' . ,f-1 'N 1 1 1. 2 '. '1. 1 ' 1 " 1'111'sxi1 '. ' 1' . 11,1 ' ' 1 A 1 'im 'S+ v . -1-v 1" 1, 1'-1 W 'M 5 1- ' WW. Lk 9 We 1 1 ,ft -.1 3 'W '21, -13- 4 11. ::-',: ' : ..,...,., m 1 M f R 1' E lx W if ...fa ,:' 1211 -'W :Z 1 1' Q .1 K 111 3' ri' "f 'QVAW 11 lk 1+ . M.. f S111x 111111111 11 11111 llx N1w11111N 11111111111 1111w111111111 111 vs A ai S1'xl1111. 1311111111 14111 X1z1111x11111i1111 5 :,- 32, 81111111 1111111 i11w111 1111 11 lu "" 5 N11 111111 X1l1"l1l1 X 111 0111 11111111 2 S11 11111 11111111111 X11 1111 1'1' .'1 1 .'1x11' S111'111111. 5111111111 1. 01111 R111g1- M V-531,-145: ,- N1111l11K'1. C11'1.1l11 11'R11x 1111111111 N i ssh M' I 114,-f ! ., 1 H by 2 .1 5111lg1ll1. 1111-1111111 X111-11 c.1L'1t'l1l1l1l T10 S11111111111'. R111111111 1:1111 1'1111x1111111111. U Nipw. R11g1'1 111111- 1'111l1111111. lu. S111i111. X11111- 1.111'11'l1 X11N1i11111i111 11111 ef v 1 'fx ,Z HW :P 11.111 111 '1 19 SUPHOMORES fi -,si fa 15 1- 1-'P +1521 1 ,wwf P :. We-1'-ii 1 -f n 4:-r ' Mi ag? 1.,.,,. V' Q11 , ,f in 10,1 1 .. if r vw 17 399' -at 'fav' W- ' T Page 87 UPHOMORE 11 1 'D 1 4, 15. Q - . 'J 5 ei i I: ,QL S ' ,Q 1 Z1 1. 1 1 1-Q 1 K i s V, W E 513. Til 1 gQ1 3g 1 V Lgx, F ,qgf ii is-I 1- " 11. 1313: f. ::' ,,. " 15- ' Q5 1 f -1 F X :gg -1 R1 , Q ' -: 1-05 ' A,7A 1 .: 0 3 V25 . ,uw 2: ':,. fi' ,M M , Fuj ii: fu-"'H"g, 1 ,M Q ugh. 4,4125 1 ml 3,1 5: lg., W Q -gg 1: Page 88 ,ffm A QV - ,:f M J :xi M S ar- . 1 ' in .zur - :fs 1 g 1 1111 .ll ml '51 lg - , 1 12551 iii? bww 5- A , W, wi' l sl .,,:. 31 Q 'WJ 'V' 5? ,-S.-. - -,..- 5? '15 EE H, ' - 5 . Ez ,-"' iw, 15 2 1, 1 fig' , 1 I .Wi 6 P, Smilli, lll'1'lll1l .lc1111 glllllll, Billy W. Slllllll. CIu1'1'11111c- Smilli. KCIllICllI lmc SIli'L'fl. Rcmzilsl CI. So11ll1:11'1l, C.l1z11'I1-s Spailaliiig Philip Spzirlw. Yc11'1111111 lll0lllilS Sin-:1lx111:l11, ,llllllL'N l.c1' . SlDl'LlQlll'l'l'f, flllllllfll -In Sl11'i11gl11'l1l. Xlilu U. Sqiiiww, lllllllltxi li... S1111'11cs. Rtblllllll l.. . 51v11'111'I. l'l2ll'l'f lx. , Simiv. lIz11'ol1l Iixzm .. 9111111'1'ipl1c1'. Yllgllllll .Xllll SIOILQ. flll'llll . . S11':1i11, l.cslic R:114lvz111 Slylcs. l.111111ic S111l1lz11'1l1, l':111'i1 iz1 Ixxuiau gllll. ' " ' ' 11.111, Hillium S. .. 911111111i11.Ll11c1i1' 5ll1Cl'. C-1111 S11':111s1111, I.1111'1c11u' li. S11i111ll1'. Willizum Ri1'l1z11cl 'l'11l11'1'. lllllilllllill Xl. , , 'l'11ll1f11l, llllllltlil 12111 l2ll'lL'l'. llzixicl lx. 'I ZIXN. 621111111110 , lllC'llllJlL'l1lll. lD1111z1I1l l.. lcrix. c.2llllCl'lIll' lll1IXlllIl. llmmais li. 'l'l111111pw11.Cfl1111'lL's llllllllllxllll. C.111l1111 Illlllfjx lllllllllllmflll, ,ILIIIIUN I,. . l'll0llllPS11ll,1l0L' If. I lllllllllxflll, kIOSL'Illl li, ll11'11sl11'1', C1111 lb, ,. 'l'l1111'111z111. 11111115 l.L'Ull l1I1I1111, lJ2lNlll l.lllll lippii, l'il1lc11 . lippw. Rtllllllll if Yllllllllll, Billy., I'i11ln'. l.111-1-x R111 l1'L'111l11'111. lllllllll , l1'1111111'. I l11111111s li. 'l'111'11c-13 N0l1Ill R. . l'p11l11111'l1, -lov R. Yzilmlvm. lfc1'1111111l11 Szilxziclm' Yziciicll. l1z11'1'1 Dziximl . Y11111c'. -lllllllllf Yam lIc111sc1', 41111111-Q .. Yc1'11o11, Hill Il. . Xuilcs. llllllllk' Xllgll lvlllltlfll. 4l2lIllL'S KII111 xXl2lll4l'I'. Gc111'giz111111' . Wzillznw. l'l2lX'C fI111'11'1' Wzullaiux Xlllllll l.1111 . lY2lll2IL'l'. lllIl9X lu' XVLIIP. If111'1'L's1 l.i1i11gs11111 Knnmllcilsxilla' . Clonlxci illn' Silxci' llflllll ll0lll'lMlIl Kiiigslcm l,1llll'lSUll filllll 1111111111341 ., Clznrlliaugc fllllllll1ll1l1ll'l 1 D. llixxcm N1lSllX illu Xxislixilli' . flllillllllltillgll , flllllwblill limmxxilli- Rulmlmxs ., f.11111lIc11s1ill1' filllllllllllltlgll U11ll:11i11 Xuwln illc l.l'lI0ll' C111 CQ1'cc11l11'i1-1' , fillillllllllbllgil N2lSllXllll' llmssi illc llfl'll9lUN'll Ruswll Springs. Iii. Nlo1111'1'c'y fnilllllllll Yllllll Xlc'XIi1111x illi- XlcXIi1111xillIc' Cluolxcxilli' Nznslix illu Nzlsln illr' . Cluokcxillc Slllllllllilll Spring Clily 011c'11sl101'11, Iii. .. N2ISlIXlll1' XX'i11c'l1c'sl1'1' . llllllllllllllllll .. l'll'XVlll Rmhkwimml Clmulwxillm' .XlCX1llllll in .I:1111Csl111x ll ll111:111a1, CI11I1:1 f'lL'Xl?lIlll4l X1l5llN illv XX'l1i111'1'll iLz1i11csl1111'o X1111:11l1w:1i11' C,1'I11111 Unk Rinlgn' flllL'lJ4'l' I-1111111111 S1lllllI ll:11'1'i111:111 01111 Riflgu REGISTRATION . . . "Man, what a drag!" an1s.I. l. KIIVSUIHI XIUlHld XX Qllx. 81111111 IQLEN O.1Ix Rhlgc' lNl.IIHlIHH.lI.. k1u1xxiHu Howl. Nlx111:1 IILIIIIKILI cIIL'XL'I1llllI XX I1z1Ic-11. NIDLIIILCII ll. f,llIxKIlIIL' ilZ"ggI"? XXIudcx.l11unu1I Kluulunnugn f KXIHlc. lI1u AXHIHIL I1, XI1Xlin1u1IIv -qnff ..-.. I XXI1il1c11h111g. XXIIHIIH X. IIIILISIUXXII I XX ilk111m11. 'Imac' AXIKKYLI ""' ' ' Q 111111111111 11.11111111 11. 11111 111111111 jig, XXiIIh1n1s.lwzu1kIiu IlnIc Il111ivmu XX Hliuuns. P1111 XIXIXIH' Clhl llinkrnj XXHIhnnx,l-uuly Lumix I HhICHtUhHV2 I NX HIin1nx..l1:n1cl1u XIu1HN1u1 IAQQ Z'I I XXiHin1nx.lJuLIcx Xll. Plcuxnul fjflira Hillis. XILIIX CQ11111' XIz111cI1ul1'1 XXiHn1ks.lhw1u1 SHxnxIuw11 lWuius f 1xi11.1111, IIIIIIAIII 1, 11111111. f I XXiIv1n.,H1n1n1 linyluu XXiIxo1L li.Hlmh IIJII l1u1kcwiIlv NXi1n1h1ghn1n.Ili1hu1d lixiugwuwn XX1Hgn1n1nl.CIh11vn1c- lxingshmn IXIHHHik.I'HlHkIV XI1XIh1u1iHw XXkunu1k4Ilid1unI IL XAxh1iHv XX1nuI. H1Hx Ima' IHIHUNUIHI IX11u:huwI.,h1h11 XKINUII IJMI Ilirkurx XX lHlKIIL1'. I-1I1Yi11 I I. 81111111 I XX1r1uIx, IJIIIIWIA' C,111xxx1IIv Nrn1uwnul.XXiHinn1Ilux XInnchcxM1 !10gIu1. IIHIHH hHIH IDL gg W , gnu? 1 +I W1 1 -1, 1 Q? A' wk? ' Q ,fs 1'- z :Sv 2 jay -In ff. E, SOPHOMORES :Z j 43 gig ,I dthgg ig 1 ,yI1 ..,i... 2, 43 I ff I S H 1 W. . v,.. ,,n3? M P pw. -3' 1 'KW' Y...-f .2511-"IM ,wills it Page 89 9 s 5 gi og, v A, vm -A win' 'i ,J lollege Life Is Confusing for GGGreen'9 Freshman "College lille is quite anitising to an upperelassnian antl clttite confusing to a llreslnnanf' says Christa Cantrell in an article which appeared in the Orzwlff. How trite those wortls were to the El-115 lreslnnen who llockecl to 'l'ec li this lall. Nloying into the clornii- tories. parties. pep rallies ancl registration atlcletl to the general hut typical lirst tlays at Tech. Initiation week toppecl it all lor the 'Agreen one." ln aecortlance with the new regulations, sanctionecl by the ASIS. no llreshtnan was supposed to be nncluly ntolestecl by an tipperclassinan. .-Xny' inl'raction hy' an upperclassinan was also prosecutecl in the .-X515 court. Freshman Class Officers lwayfflmil .Ftuslnnif I.. ylonxsox V1.1I'-Pl'l'.S'f!1I'7If Mlloxxlii R. Loxlixx Swwluiy' P,-x't'iut1t,x Nlooiui 'l'm1.w1m'1 Nhxtuox XYlllilil,1iR 'l'he annual ASB court allortletl the lreshtnen an opportunity to clcinonstrate his zeal ancl loyalty lor 'l'ech ancl ollerecl punislnnent, lor his clisloyalty. lnitia- tion is a ineans oli welcoming the lireslnnan into the lech latnily Cso the ollicial proclamation saysj. In conjunction with the overall cantpns prepara- tion lor Honieconiing. the nienihers ol' the lreslnnan class are responsible lor clecorations in the gynniasitnn lor the annual Honieconting Dance. One ol' the lirst reslmonsibilities ol' the lreslnnan is the election ol class ollicers who tlirectt the class projects. 'lihe lreslnnan year is hewilclcring lmttt it's a barrel ol' lun. lt can he a trihulation or a happy nieniory-Y yet one intist be a "lowly l't'osh" belore he can aseentl the laclcler ol' learning. Placenient tests. pajaina races. ASB court ancl llll English composition are necessary eyils lor all lreslnnen: hut, these are the yery nieinories which he will cherish in later years. WEDNESDAY, IO A.M. I Page 91 FRESHMEN it .U 3 l' f-22' ..i,. Q5 fy S' Q 1-mist, QQ' N ' ii i. mg., 3 ',-A 53 yy .,.. 3 A .,. ,, 9552 "'--' f --Q ----- . .. H ' - ---- E2 A, 8. iq' ,wg ,- -f-.--. - - .-.. . .5-5: 2. :.:::. 5 .,.,.. t .. Q J 5 X' Y A - 1 1, gl if 3 iv? Wm K 1 at ' 5 E 'A 2 .. gee: 4' ig .-if .,.. H H " L .22'2I2:2I Eval 'T ':5EZ'LZfiZ?siel3' ' -'iwg ' 575. , ' Q ,3 ,if 4, . Lt 555, 3, - V 1 .:,. .. 5 1 E ,, 1 --- ' ' Jing 7555 .. A' 4 i V -' " " . - ' 5' ,A lg: GQ. Tee' ag-,rt 1 S 5 X MN f ' ' A P -. . ,I if QS ? G A I . U r 4 V- 12? -f wg? j ? if is 1 -Sv ' 1:22 X E- .' W -.E A O , ig ., ' 2 ' 1, 4- Z4 Q at 'X 1' Y I 'ff' i'-iii S I.. 5 , s.. ,A 'A ' rt., if " K 1 42' .1 r F 2 S t c f " 4 ii , Qzzu Z li'2,,v:, M -.-A- 1 to to Pt f R :,::- --!:z:,E h .Q H. ., fzgisssaii V lwifs. . ptzizaf erzzrza fffiwl my Q. ' i "' 'W fx :yur I H awk li V sf 1 2 few Y i 1-.ze-f-'.1:f:-:a-:'-:2'f1:1f- ..I Z. .:,:::..i::ri-:::'.:.12::fm.::.s., ..2: -:.gE: :E.::.::,.s:-s ::'. ' W F -' 4 3 35: :E:I!::lE::-E-'z-f ' i , .,,I.,I:gI525I,'f jIjlI,fE,"'1., .1 :-rf - :E ::-- 'IQ If in Q' K 5 5 f jf" ' '-E2555lflE:G5-'jlj'1j-jyE:- sg: 5 - ?t - , ., ' . .. , :I-' , 'KX f :i ,I ' QM 'iv' - ,- ' "' ,, -H 4: 25- , ' .1-5 -' A " :E S it UI' ..,. 2 ,, , N .. .,:.: y ge ,, , W Page 92 2' t ,.,-. . Q is is . ,ri : , .wx ww, , 3 '- h e gp ,:g- gt -zz M 5 : EE? -21 5 TXB RW ' QE? Xdams, Xdams, Dinlle Marion -Iolin A., . . Xdams, Patricia .Xnn .. Xdcock, Jerry' Baxter.. ,Xldei-son, Shirley' Dean Xllen, Brenda .,, .... Allen, Nan Gwen ., Allen, Omer .,, .Xll2Il'C'l. Oscar., Xlmon, Nl2'I'Y Xment, Rebekah .Kun . Anderson. .Xnderson, lfreddie Ray' . lames Ralph . .Xmlrews, Walter liy erette Angel, Arthur Allan ,,.,. Anglin, Ili my' XVilson . ,. Xrgo, Bohliy' Iiarl .. . .Xl'll1US, Lester Howard , . Xrmstrong, David lidyrard ,Xi-mstrong', janet Love . Xlkin, Rol Xttkisson, Jetta Louise , , Bobby' Wayne , Austin, Suzanne . . Bacon, Na ncy' ,.., Baggett, Nlargaret .Kun . Bailey. .Iolin Curtis . Ballard, William 'l liomas Ballinger, A l fred l.ee ..., Ballinger, Carl Ray . , Barber, Billy Gayle Barnes, l,arry XYayne Barr. Catherine . Bartlett, ly Barlow. Bi larctia . . . lly' Reeyes ,. Barnard, .lolm Il. . ,. Bass, Katherine Sue ,. Basia, Robert Eugene .,.. Baxter, Dayid R.. ., .,. Beckwitli. Glenn Allison Bedford, James lloward . Beemer, Ronald ,. . Bell.jol1n In ... Bell, Robert liyerelt . . Bennett. llerlny' loo, ,.. . . Lenoir City' ...CliicagO, Ill. ., Chattanooga , , Wartrace . Gallatin . .Harriman , .Madison .. Algood llarana, Culna ,. Chattanooga .. Cookeville ...,.Boma . ,Sparta ,. Xlt. Juliet ., Pikeville ., Savannah .. . Clinton , lfay'ettey'ille . Shelby ville , . .Chattanooga . .. Knoxville ., Nlt. Pleasant . . .lylcklinnville . . , ,Cookeville . ,livansville ,Corlmin, Ky. ..,,Coyington ,..Old Hickory .. Lllinwood . , ,Byrdstoyrn . lfayetteyille , . Kiookey ille . ,Cookeville . Gaineslmoro . Red Bank ..Nasl1y'ille Lakeland, Fla. , . . , ,Old Fort Brush Creek , . .Iynclilxurg Nlisliawaka, Ind. , Chattanooga . .Nashville . Cookey ille Benson. Dallas Camliell , .,... Algood Benson, William Arnold , . . . , .Algood Billirey, Charles Hugh , Gainesboro Billmrey. Faye , . .Rickman Billirey, llarlon Kenneth . l.iy'ingslon Billmrey' Rebecca Rose . ,. Rickman Binkleyy Rolmert W'ay'nc' . Springfield Bird, George Richard . . ,. Cleveland Birdwell, Carolyn Sue . , Red Boiling Springs Birdyvell, .lack D. . , ., l,,.. Cookeville Birdwell, Stella .lean .. , .,.. Gaineshoro Blakely. Xlarilyn Aluditli . ,..0ak Ridge Blankenship. Barbara Ann Oliver Springs Bleyins, Clarence Norman Boatman, Rebecca .,.,.., Bobo. Patricia Louise . South Pittsliurg . . , Old Hickory llynchhurg' Boliziimmi, Will Olivcr Bulbs, NOTIHQI Ciziil . . BuIiiig'cl'. Nlillmurii Cllyclv Bullvw, Riclizml liriin , Bmiil. ,IZIIIICS lillwaml , Bcmlcii, Alzlrk ..,, . Buulxuul, john X. Bomiv, Curtis ll.. iw.. Iinslim':11's. Bobby XYLIYIIC BlNS'lIlllll, Cllizirlus liclwiml Bralclsiiii, Cllffblfll ., Bllllf. Robcrl Xlcxzimlm-1' Bi'zliliui'cl, Cl, ll. .. Bi'1ulim'cl, Rosc'iiia11'y . . Bi':l1llL'y. .Xiiiic Rcvcllc Brzikvslmill, JZIIIICS Clcorgv lifllllkllll. Rohvrl lloiizilll Bi'L'cmli11g, I'.I'Cll XIIIIJCYCS Brink, Iiouis llcury.. Brill. lcd AX. .. Bmfk. .Xmlimiy X. llruuks, John Nlllllildfik' Brown. Dziiscy S. .. Bruwii, 1illgClIL' Cllizimlmcrs Brmvii. Iifilllkilll , Brmvii. .Iaincs Nlurl. llmwli. I,zll'i'y limlisaml llmivii, llmiiixis Xhlyllcr , Bruwii, vlifllllllly Ray. . Brixlmi, jolm Winnie Bryaiiil, Eloise' , Blll'kiL'Y, A100 Russ ,. Bllclml. Ixlllll Clmlloii Hllligl'5S. Roy .. . Burks, Ccorgv Ray .. Binks. vllfllllllly . Burlmi. john XYZQIIC , Busby, lilimlrulll .,, , Biisli. Shelby hlvgiii , HlIIll'l'. Kzlllic-rim' xilllllllll Bllllc-r, Louis llzilmii , , Blllncr. Henry illny Byiml. C-cziilic ll. , Czlglc, Billy mlm- .,.. Klzmlrcll. Clirislzi Xluc . i1ziplL'm11'. lillzi lfziic , 1, , Apps. William lXll56i'l , Ilzmlvii, Chillilblll' xllll CI1ii'pclilc1'. NX'illic S2lIIllli'l Kizirlloii. Dux iil Rirlizml fillflllllll. Tony Clzirroll , llziri, bllllllllf' XYZIQIIC . i'11i'i', Nlziri' SIJCIISCI' , Klziiwii. Pzlt fi2ll'IL'l'. llflllltbllll Suu . KI1ii'lwi'iglit. kllllillil Kim Clziswlly. Cicuigc Bccmzlii Czlssclly, Jllllllly I.. .. Castle. Sum Clxillicrinc li21SllEiJCI'1'f'. juice Ann KInul4cx'illc . , . igYl'flSi0Wll , CL1iiii1-slaoixn . lfz1wllcX'illc' NILNI illlivillc' , Clnukcvillc , . Cllinllzliioogzi lfl. Wurlll, Tux. .. Xll. l'lL-alszuil l,:lf:licll0 Xlziryxilli' , . lfrziiikliii Bzlxlcl' Kiiigslmi , . Spartan SwL'l'lSx11lCl' l lui rimzni Cloolxcx illn- l.1iwi'c-iucliiil Q llxlrriiiizlii Cllizillziiioogzi , Soulli l'il1slJL1rg llmssxillc lxlmaiicni . , Bzlxtci' We-sl Xltllflllllll . Cinmfuul . IiiXillgSl0ll .Rurkwooil Oncimlzi , , .lllizlrlnllu . , Clli:ilI111io0g:i l'iC1l9lllllXlllC, N. X . , , . Cloolacvillc . ,. flliaillzlnoogzl fioukcwillc . Pulaski . .. .UZIXICV Dzuicliiflgc Xlmiislowli ., ilzirllizigc' ., Nlaliirlicslci' , Byrclslmxii Bi'iilgcpm'l, ,Xl:1. . ,, Spllllil fiilllilllgt' lixiiigslon f.Ic-vclziiul ,, WliilcBlu1l . Xzislivilli' , ll'XillgIOll . Crcsncill City Xlmitcrcy Clliilllzliioogzi .. lJzlllu11,C-11. Sliclliivillc C-ziiiicslboiu , Cuixicslnom 1iL'IltlCI'SOllViliC Scwunec liar is FRESHMEN Nj, 'Eff' fiimy :fir 'www us., mv x W 3' 1.21 'T-WJRZI, xv wi' 1 n i on , Ki., YI' "5-.'3"' Page 93 FRESHMEN an 1 45-11 1 11 ,, If Q Q: '21 A " 'E 43" 11 17' VV wVAf,V Vi, 'f-J I ,V :ff Q gg, 1 , is V37 '11 gg, 24 1 ' by 1 ,ag ,sl 1:1-QF, E -ww 11... 1.1.-'---1' if 051,52 Nw, if. I R 111 1 1 f' AL WWW 'I M , it , 1.1'1,:f1'ZW5 F5215 5' 1 9-iv Q :Q f ' 'N 7 ,, Q ,ru QW' nr V 1 gig Q' C1 -A W - 5 1 1 7' was 1, I' QM 1 .,V. '1' 1 A 'S ' ' t '-2-L' if 1, J I 11151 ra, 1. k 6, :.V.: V 4, I -- K' QNA, 1w1 , V 1224- V R "5 1 an 1- , 11, V9-" I 1 fp- 1 15, -, Vs. 1 'f' 'If . af' ' , wi W 1 '.,TV AV53- Z: H4 ' hw ff- .- 1 "' -V v .1 1. 1'i..'.z.3 1 I1 R' ,"- gk 5 1:11 W K V 1V 'W' 1 1 ' 12-1Zfi?i?EEf iffy? vfrifwx . K 1 1 Page 94 1111111111 1111111 111' ,X111'1l 1.111111, P11111 121110 . 1I1111111l11'1's, 111lg11 9, .111lll1111'1. 1111- 11. cv1l1lIllll1lll. S11111 111111111111 C. .1ll11'N.x11II1 1111111111 1l11iS111. li111111i1' l.1'1' 0, lJ11'1's11111'g , 111111 Ridge 1.11 i11gsl1111 V ' . I",1'11'i11 1101111111 l.1111'11'111 1'1Jll1QV c11l1l1x1'X1111' .I11111'11111l. 111111 1111111 R111 15111111111 S111'111gr- c,. 1111'1s1111111. 111111 151111LI11111 1'111'is1i1111. 1,1111 1-. 1.111'isl11111, Nl111'1i11 xv1l1D11l'1H1 t.. V X11s111i111' 1.1111x111g. X1l111. K1llgVslJl1ll 1I11'1Sl1111111'1'. 1'111l1111 N. ,Xl111'llS. 1111. 1.11111'111, 14111111111 ,X11L'1l f.1l1llIll1Jlll 1.1111 11. 11111111111 11. 1.l111'L. fn11'lllI 0111's 1.l111'L. l1'I'1' 11l'1'll1 1.l1'1111111111s, 111111 H11111111 f.1l1 1111111. 11 1111111 111111 c11D1L'l. R11l11'1'l 11811111111 1l11l1'1111111. K1'11111'111 W111111' 1 1'11xs1 i111' 151111111111 I1 ,, X11m111iI11' 131'1111'1151iII1'. 111. l31'11I1111 11211 1 11111111 l'11I11wki c11P11'l1l1I11. 1111111113 l1l'1l . 1.1'11l1'1'11111- c1171l'1l 1.111I111s. 1111111111 R1lg1'1' 1.1111l1'1. 11111 lix 1.1'1'111s 1.1111111'Il, X111'll 1'1'i1111' C.01ll11'l'. 1.11111111- N11'111ll'11 1.111111, 11111111 X1'1'1lS11'I' 11111111 1111111-S 1.11ll11Illll1 lilll, 1'111s1 1i1I1'11 ' ' 1,11 1111511111 V V 1J1111'1' Sl1l1llgS 111'11v.1i111' N11s111i111' ., .1.1111l1111 S1111111 I1111'1'i1111111 1311-1sl1111g' 1.1111l11'1. 111-11 111 110111111111 1.1111l111111111g11 111111111-1. 1",1Il'1 li. f.1lIJ1'11lIl11. VlH1ll1 S101 1-11 1111111-I111111. 1'11111 11111111- 1.111111 l111111's 1.111 1.111'111'I1, R111 f111S11'1'11 1.1111l1'. 11111111111 ,,.. 1.11111-13 1'l'1lll1i 11101 1.1111111f1. 5211111111 1.11111 111111 1.11111 lll1'1. 1111111 111111111 ll 1111111111. R11111'1'l 13111111 1111111-, 1.11111'11's 1.111111 111151. 11111111111 H11s11111 CI1'1111'1'111'11. W111l1'1' 1i1'i111 l1'1'1111111. kv. 1,11 111gs11111 x11'lIllJ1I1S V V 1.1111ll11111111g11 1111111 191111111 . N11s111i111' ' 1I1111ll11111111g11 ' ' 171111 Ri1lg1' V V ' V , 11lll'lk11ll1I11 N11s111iI11' ' ' V ,, ,1'11I11ski 01111-1 Springw 1111111191 1111' 111'ill1-11111-11. 1k1'1'l'1 1I1111Il11111111g11 c11'1l111'1l, AI111' R11111:1'1 Vl111111's11111'11 CI'1il111l, x11l1'1 1"I'1ll11L'S 1111111112 1'1'1111111. R11g1'1 K1'1111 1,117l'C 1I1'111111'1. 111111111 11. ll11111s1ilIc f1ll1ll.Y1l'g11111l1'1' 1111111-111111 1I11111111i11gs. 1115. 1111111 111111111 , Slll'I111'l' 1f11111111i11g. 11111111111 811111111 11111111111. 1Q111'1 11111111111 1121112 11111111 11111111 111-111111 11111111-15. 1.1-111g1- 1'.1Y1l1'l 1J1'l1'11il, NIi1'11. 13111111111 1.111111i1' li. XII. 1,11'l1S11I11 1,21l11x11'15. 1111'1111111'1' 111-1111 SIJZIIKIQI D1111g111-111, 1.i111111 glll' f11l111l2ll11111gf1 133115. 1'11l1'1 11'11111L' 121101191111 1J111is 1711115 .4llIlll1'9 111115 , , 1"1'1111111i11 . VI111111's Y1111g1111 , , 1I1'11ssvi11c D111is. 11111111111 li. R11ssclI1111C, K1, MOVING DAY FINDS TIRED FRESHMEN taking the last load to a third floor room FRESHMEN 1 llnxix. Hmmm-I l.. l,1lXi5. lui ll111'l'n'll lumix Cllx lJz1x.Rm I'lL'llflI HllIllAXilll'. Xlll. Q -mf lla-znlxim. l.NIIIl ivmmlmm Iiingxlnnl 6 Iburlmmm. -lulmm Xlvrxcll XX IIKIIUNII llulalv. liclly klu Cllcu-Izumi " gg. I I l,L'lUlil'l, llalximl f1li'llll Iizlxlvl' IM-unix. lk-11 licmglzu ae D1.'IllH.Rt'IJL'Llk2l Xllll L ' ',,, lin-xzim-3. llnmwlzl laugm-111' Rmkwuml Inllxlllllll. I'1luI-lmvpla Nlzulismm llilclglx. llulilh Xml l11llu11.,Ill1lg: XIII! Dillll0l'l', Rm X. UAL Rislgv llixml. XIl'I'CKliIII Xllll llmsllcy. Qlnlm Ira' I'iM'xillv IYHIILIIKINHII. l.i11llgl .login KLIH11 lhmwww. Iivlly blzrm' NIQJIIIUIIW ,f llmxlctl. llmmzllwl Stull Yzwllxilla' lllznlmmx. llc'l11'x llvxvlgullml Xlvl "" M lllukcl. Xlllvwx ll. Nlglllll Xltillllllllll -..... ,yy-M Dull. Xmnmll llmlglxlx Killgxlulm E UlllxK',f:1lIUl 'Imam' l.mxxllL'Ilnxllr' Ibumam. Xlullucl lbxxmgm. Nm' . nm. ,., lllm. linxlmznn 5lIlIlIIXlHl' DllIlH.NX1II'I1'Il llxmumx Xmluxlllx Uwu. lluxisl Xllvn H.lXll'I WW lJxc'l'. Illmlilll Ifuxn- Lrmlwxilln lunlx. Hxllx Xghhxlllv Page 95 -15 ::::::.::r:-" ' ' """ i Yf U 25' 3253? 72 L .-5:-' 2-1 up -.3 fb Qgzvzw ' .T21 ri. .Q -.j .. , - .-.. '- ., ,,,,, , key Q Z Q Zaikin gi W n 'R x 1 s ,... . 3 55- 9 1 Q r.. 5255 ' L J 1 My r 1 Vi' A' F9 X Q zalzgm - :Tw-Q Wxifai - :mrs avr: ,KY 1 W 5355 2' -wg' - - , ig I KIA 16- v l ,BX Page 96 FRE I-IME fum . 4 -1, gang , iii M Q M.. ,Z M. my ,4 mga ,, . . Wi . ,1 .i if Nawa- ywffff A MNQZM " MZ? Mm .. W Q .. ff " im ' 1 522 in Q2 E Agia 1 , W X 1:17 -. .- . x my 1 Q r if I . .- X -: M .. 4 xv my S -ra-'Vw 3 . . .3 " .,., . Q K, ' x Q. . fi Q HQ Wi fe ss.. Q 9 . .. .. ,.,, -uhm 13 .5 A- is-V Q - .:K1 - M 1 is 101 . . r. . . 2 W ,wif - . ...gk WMQQ, '19 fagirimw E2 if Q gf -J 4' V if '11 ww M5 if if QW .1 Z .Q 1 ""f"" Qui .WN 555 f i X u gw ill 'iswglgi -1 .. -,WK 44 213335512 1 4' X 1223133355 3, . , ,... . ' fi Q, A i im? ' ' km A A .. ' ' fismmi W 1 Q, ge-B ,, lx . wg SQ . rs.: ig in qivfiziafziezzzakiii fiismwwi H- gsm? Q 'R Efmoix, , 'X Q5-is fi' s Q 5" 4 'IT' Wi' . . in 6- frifffgi' x....:.:f.: Ei5i'i5::3if.j:i. Q ,...,. er, ' , age 2, r 1 Q 5 1 Q i ,Sv Y M, vm NEW W 1 4 f .lg hs- R rn.. . ,M , M. :v-2. wt-'M ff: A X g Qi 4. 1-mf 9' ' .1-f f . Y -', ' ' vffiff .. Miiiiwi iii .... Yi H - . ""' ,ur ' 1 my .af 5 ' Z5-V A "Vi """ 1 52- , . ,.., 1 5' .2 i f 46' x. ,inf , H2Q",4T7 7 K . .. -f S if ' w W. A it :T iii friif iia Eastland. Roy Ibanicl . limos. Gccnrgr . liaws. Ray nrunml lillW2ll'li lirlncr. VIQIIUIIIZRS liarrnll l'.rInal'nls, Basil i'.Xl'liCllC . I-',iln'ariIs. Daxid I.. . l'.clxsarcls..Ii1cly Xnn lilanr. Rolmcrl Oakley . I-llrlrr. liclwin P. lilmlrr. Alanrcs li. lilias, -john Xllcn Ixlkrns. llonalrl Xl. lilrml. Charlvs lxl1rL'1y.J:111rcs Rax . Iinglancl, Wilma Rulwrla lippcrwn. Nora .Ivan . i'iSiLll'f, Mary .linu- lCxanS. Nliclravl laxam. NIliLiI'l'Li . lCxc'rL'll, Ivan llllgh . lin-rl. HC1111 . . Iinlrnr. 1-ilUlll1IN llaic liaxlcrly. l'ilI'2l 'liar is l'2Il'iL'f. Bolrlry D. Ifarlvy. Jack Bryan l'i2ll'IllL'l'. .ILIIIIUS Rnnaiil lfaulk, Bobby mlm- . l"c-rgiiwrr, liillc-4' IM' . l"L'rrm'II. hlillllllf Ray . Ifinrh. l.arry Spl'rm'r l"islrc'r, Frank .larncs . I'1Ilw. Nlary Inu . . l'iiIllJ2lll'iKix. .Xllmr Iironks l'l1pp1n. CxC0l'gl1l Xnn l"lnwcr's, Dalc . Flynn, John Klirarlm-s Iflynl, -jason Iinmlr . lfrml. liuforri llnnalcl lfuril, 1.0111 King . .. l'iUl'l'L'SlCl', Dixic Incl lfnrlncr. john NYQQIQ . .. lfuslm. Clarnlrn flarcx l"UQICl', Cirarlic Nlnkirricy lfmlm'r. Ida Rllllr. lfux, .Xnnc lirmrn . l'nx. Xl1ldrcclI,cnura . . Franklin. liarlrara lislcr.. l"r'asicr', Cirarlcs .Xllison . l'il'lllii'l', Roy Kllulc' Fralicr, YVillianr S. . l"rcnlc'r, Joel Slanlvx . i'l'l'fl2lg'. Cirarlvs lice . lfrivcllnir. Gvur'g'c Ilrmnas l'risIn'c. Ronald I-.. . lfryar. Charlcs Rayrmnrd Iflllkcrsmr, Xnn i'iiil2liJCIi1 lfnllcr, Rolmcrl limlxrard lfulls. Kenncllr . Uadd, john R. Gaither. Ronny . Way ncslmuro Cillllllllllillgll I,L-wislmrg Uirilv iltbllii' . Xawlrxilli' . Rmkwmul Xaslrx liit' Nlasliwn Fslill Springs liy rcimlmrn . l.inxiIlc' lislill Springs Xaslrxlllm' Xlxulisnn Crusnillc' Iicnlon . . Ilrnssxilln' H0111 Ilirkurx .. lirussxillc Clrallannuga . Cllcxc-laml Cilllllillltblbgll . Hfl'liSl0Nll . Oli! llicknrr Sparta Rm kwnmi Ilnntsxillc, Ala. . . . .Rcrrkwnml . I.:-lmanon . Kingston . . . I lvrnrilagc ..... lrrlxvrlv CLoocIlcllSx'illc l,1lI'i1lfi'llC . Clnukcrillc . C-allalin . Clhallammga ..XvilllilK'S1L'l' ... Naslrxilic Urallanouga xY2lX1'l'if Slim-linxillc . Lrnnxillc Slrclinxillc' C-zrirrvslmm Olixcr Springs tllrallaimnga . Sparta . . l'iLc'xilic' XX ind Lap, Pa. lllrallarruoga NX arlbing . Xasirxillc . llarrinran fiil2ll1LllllNlQ'I . . Clinton 1,Ulll'iSllll ...fl'rac'y Clily . .Chattanooga Auburntown Cixlilllcr, ,IQIHJIIHIS Dcwill Ciulhrclh, Aluc Douglas CL11llz1l1e1', junk AX., . ,, ULIIIUWLIY, Nllllilbllll l.. . CQRIHUH, Iili Wullzu' Gzuublc, Nzuuy -jezumc CLLIYIICY, Bully Blzlurll fQlll'llCl', Bobbie Sue .,.. flzlrucr, 1'1H7L'l'l Overton C24-urge, YYillizuu CLc1'zll1l liihsuu. Ccrulml ll. . liilvs, .loc xyllylll' . Gill, Glclulzl 4-uylc . fLilI,N'Im'yjz1nnc . ., CLilpul1'ic'k, Cllmrlcs R. I-lquIsm1.I'u11i1ig1,Xuuc Gouus. C.LlI'0lfll Sue fQUl'ill, Dounlml Luz! KQrzlg'g', Lou .Xli1'C. .. KLl'zll11uu. 'I IIUIIIRIS Nlorxux Cuznww, Clumlim Wzxyxu' fQl'C'L'Il, XVIIIICI' liugcuc KQICCII, XVHIICI' Xcwluu fQl'l'g01'f', Rzuulzlll CQ1'iIlilh,UmluId tQrimlcr.1Dmml1l Y. fvl'iIlllCI'. lllllJUl'll X. Griascuu, Bmwuic IJCLIII Clrissoup William R011 Grogan, Hugh G. . ..XX.l , BICIHIJIHS . . ,,NusI1xillc ,illlll HCIICII, lflal. . , 1'Zl0W1ll1 . I,UllllOll , .Knoxville .,. llzlfksoll . WViIll'llCSlL'l' .Nzlslxvillc Lcwislmurg South H1llk1'illl1lll .,Cllarksx'illc Dolwlsml Silver Puiut , Ililhzuu Clcxclzlml , .. fflllllllll Czuuphcllsxillc .. ....-Xlguml 'l'ilfm'mI. Ky. .cibllllllllill . Clcu-lallul Coppcrlmill .Nzlslnillc Rohlmius stblllh Pittsburg XXYHFIICSIJUIO .4 Sparta , Columbia . Crossville ASB COURT OFFENDER is dubbed "Sir Pie-head" FRESHMEN Sl? .. ..,,.,... E 5 v.: l sxlla W, . qc- -: MES 1 v Q if A . .... V5 wi-1 4 3 wwf' w ."2E2fE:: if " ww' 'UV' ,M an K ns. ,A Liv' eww few M... an-A Page 97 FRESHMEN sum,- ,f Z Y sv- QD- 1'-M 9- fff F' 5:5 . , iii. R .W , im if N i . if fur' I -"- E - sr. ff. .ffmx Qu 'W' mt., W. Qin. ff 'X 'Mn in mu- , ,aa 54 A 'Z ,. .y y i., Fm my Q W I if K+ . :.,, 'ft ' "' Page 98 KV ly., L., - QCP' Y ig F-' 1 Cross, Rolicrl ,. Crtllzb, .larry I . ,, .,, fillfl'4ClllJCI'g2'ClI Curl R. but-ss. Pci'1'x . ,. , Cnc-ss, Sllllllllil Cunlvr, -ISIIIIUN O. .. C-uinn. C-crztlcl Htrznn.. f:N'1llIllCf,KL'Illll'lll NI. , llztckctt, Peggy ,Xnn ... I lzigun, YYilli:l1nS.,,.. . llztggzml. Hairy l"i'zxm'es Ilzxlc, 6.1-rzllcl , . llzillzictrc. Clizlrlcs ..,.. llaill, Clizirlcs louis ., Hull, Jaincs li, llztll. Jmncs l'z1ul .. llztni. jack R. , , . llztinilton. llttlmlmztrcl ll. I luncy. Xvlllllllll llnnvvi. II. 'I'. hh llzn'lmc1', Hclcn Ifzxyc , llzl1'gis.Hzl1'i'y Irv . . ll2ll'klCl'U2lll. l.1l1'l'y YYHY ll1ll'l2lll.-'CITY Collins llzmnon. lmyiml Kirby. .. lllltlllllll, llorolliy I..., llztrpcr, ,lcrry I.. ,. . llzxrpcr, l.:l1'1'y ll. llzlrrcll. liilitc' lf. . Ilzirris, Cztil louise ... llzirris, -loscpli Iiugcnc., ll1lI'l'lS, l.lll4l1l lfziyc , llzlrris. Pzinl l.2lNCl'IlC lltirtinzin. licnjzunin CM, l Izlry Cy .IRIIIIUS lirtlfc .... I llll'YCf, 'Iknniny K... ll1lN5lC'l'. Olxll' Wztync . llziwtc, Put .... .,... llzltllclcl, l.z1rly N. ... llztwkins. Cyrstlu 1.04: .. Hawkins, Waiylzinrl ,,. Haynes. XX'ilIi:un I.cc Ill' II:1llett,lJon .X. .,. llCllgCCUllgll. ulolin A., , llvimlle. Lcwie litlivzncl, . llclins, Clint-les litlwnicl llClI1Pl'llll,-IRIIIICS S. .... . Ilc'mlric'k. lllt'll1ll'll I.., . llcndriyson, l'1l1llllilC .X. llvntlrixson. Kalrrol KI... llcfnkcl. Roy W. ,,.., , llcnlcy. Bcity l.ot1 .,. Ilcnlcy, Blflltlil lilly . . llcnlcy. Cc-til KI. . llvnry. loc DCLIII . llcnry. .loc S. . .. Henry, Kaye , llcnry, Muck liycrcttc Hensley, janncs Ronald Hicks, Alvin .,., ..,. . liyrtlstown .. .-Xtllvns llnntington. N. Y. Clliztttunoogu C.l11llt1lnoogal ,4I1iIlll'SltHYll x1lSllYlllC .Ctntlonsyillc ,... Cllflllllgif .Cliatlzmoogzl ..,. llzixtcr . . Daisy . .llzlxtcr .. ,,No1'i-is Dayton . Nlllylllllll .cllllflilllttflgll .,,Colt1tnl1in . XVQIICI town .Nfmnpli is , Clcntcryille . Mt. l'lc-zxsznit ,.. XX'l1itwcll , .Nlzttlison ,. llonclson ,...SllcllmyyillC , . Portlzlml , l'.lUXS'1lll , Yl'lllClVl'll , Nzlsliyillc .,,,1.L'wisl1u1'g . I.cwislu1i'g ., llllfllklllll , .Hcnmlcmmyillc .IIZIISY , ,,l.t'non' Lily ... Crossyillc . .. Cookeville .. Glenclnlc. Ky. . , Spzirtu , . Cookcyillc . N2lSllYlllC .. Sllclliy yillc . Baxter ..,xl'1ll'llJlll'g ,. , Louclon ... .PClL?l'SlJlllig ...Oak Ridge .. Snlilliyillc Nlcklinnyillu . . . . l.0rc'tto ., Spring City . Hiltlllllllll Indian Springs Unk Ridge ,... Nashville llznoriinuii , Cll2llIklll00g21 . . Cookeville . , ,Red Boiling Springs johnson, Hicks, lVantla Kay .... Higclon. Leona, . . , . lliggins. Philip NI., . llill. Frances Gail ...., . llill, jerry Calvin ..... , Ilrll. Martha lililalretlr . llill, Robert Allan .,..,. llilliard, Frances Nlonty. Ilillls, llutly ....,...,,,, . llinson, Mary .Xtlclie .... llitcltcock. joe lixan . , lloclges. Judy .-Xnn .. llolhrook, Phillip I.ee , llolcoinhe, Jolly Benson. Holland, Victor IK. .,... . llolnlan, Clarence Allen, Holmes, Ruth Nl. . . llolt. Billie Mayes ,. llolt. Carolyn Sonja, .. llolt, Rupert Loren Hooper, ilihurlo Wayne lIottl.B1ll, ....,, .... Horn, Henry Haroltl. .. Horton. Patritia Ann ,. llouse, Gus W. ....... . llouston, Donald Wayne llowarcl, James Wayne, . Howard. Larry Douglas Ilubhard, Ruth Ann.. llull, Alattk Lee.. ,.. llull, james William, jr. Hullnran, LeRoy William Hullstutter, Pal ..,,..... Hughes, Jerry Ilan ,. . Hughes. John Neil. .... Ilughes. XYallac'e Hill ,. llunian, Charles Buford llutnphrey, Benny Hayes Hunter, Patricia .Xnn .., Hunter, Thomas Lee .. llurst, Carolyn Louise.. lluston. Relmetta , , llulthings, Harold liugene Irby, jutlith Smith . Iihy, Mike Ives, joan Patriria. .. jackson, Patsy Ann.. -Iatkson, Rosetta jean Al1ll'llllCI, Ricliartl -1. . jaquess, Joe Mack. ., lellers, Donald Rav. . . Ilellers, Kenneth Nh . .. jenkins. Glenn .Xllen llcnsen, Janet Wolfe ..,. -It-ster. Donald Carlton johnson. Donald liugene ,. Qlohnson, lfretlclie l.ee . . johnson, Kenneth XVayne johnson, Molly Ann .,,. Hugh A... . . . ,Cleveland ,,. Xlianri. lfla. . Ifxlyellexille ... Clex eland . Nlaryxille Snlilhxille ,. Nashville .. Chattanooga Mwflookexille , . . ,Moss ,, Cllatlanooga , Chattanooga , ,. Cilinton Oak Ritlge Red Boiling Springs ....,,,,....lJont-lson . Cllexelantl . Xashxille ...Knoxville ... .. .Xllons . . . ,Fayetteville ... Clolunrlmia . ., Sparta . Sparta ,. , Loudon llf'CI'SlDllI'g ., Rofk lslanrl , Xlonterey ...Knoxville .. Rockwood lfranklin ., llonelson ,. Ilyerslnxrg . . , . . . .Pulaski Nlt. Pleasant .... Crossville , . Rolmlxins , ,Coallield .. Nashville ....,,Hixson . . ,Xlorristown .. Nlanclieslet' ,....Sparta . .liyrtlstown . Cookeville . . Nlatlison . . .Cookeville . . Decatur Charleston. W. Va. ... ...., Cookeville . , . , xl0I'lll2l Mlluntsxille . Nashxille ...Slit-llmyville . Irewishurg ... Illexelantl . .Madison ..... .Orlintla . Elizahcthton ...., ,Dunlap l - 1.,, t Q ,..,. ' '. , an-A E W 5. ., .sr 5 9- jj 9. V11- ' tag: R. it rrrer r .. 3. 'rr- M 3 .1-f uf 'mi eg . A 55- 551 V . .,..., A 'm , 4 x Gu l xii ,pl l . 23 MW M ,.,.,., ,, ,.,. . 24. W r E' u if X Qi ' 2 Q 55 , fx 152 its R. Nh Y ' Q Jeff, S? 'fl' , -v -elf' sf: U - 2:1 Q E Q W .5 . ti? P V .. -.e- 5 E W 2222 l' an ,Q ' s S1 . . 'U 5 . if A Q if , yew.. wg: ww iw f. , K .N , f+:.E.aM?g1 rd V Ji X :SL . . has 9,6 1 MH, ga g 2 WE 4 .- . ,Iii . . H1 wb .3 j Gi , f' i, 'HT' gl ggi T FRE HME- , fm ,Q F, 7 -' ' Neal? 35339121 .. . '--1-1 tg., ,I . ' ' T ' L ' flag Q.. , y 1 - . 'f 'lbw' , . "' 'TZ' 'N if P tim? ' 1 A ' 'R iii? R tj. - -S122 ...sg -VV. V. .f -.oe 2... ' , ... . .. ., New , it ' . .- , D ' 532 WMA .'-1-' ' .F.I' F,'i1-1 " ':I"3. " 'Fix - '5r":-:':.-3- . .... ,Q Q .TF 3 K 1 ,vii - f gf f: Wim W'-. - .xii i '- ' Qzzilfzg - -wg "LW Q 5 f.. .' M1222 . ' K3 'izzisgzffr . :sf gg2g3,Ez. V . - - me ' .:5' '- al 3 . ,'1.,E Qi f ix I .- - ' ' ' ,Q . sf ' Q3 g gl A My Page 99 FRESHMEN ',AfZ7QJ bn My Q 11 me vga , yiliki, 211-1 1 Q 1 1 ami Km 'W I 5 if :.. Mx' 51 4 1 . . ..,. 4 mg K 1 M, Q mzsng, -33:15 7 iw., gm Y . may if 111 -. .:.. - ....,...,.,.,, , 1 . .. Q W.. .amz we . , . . ,. 11 5 WK - 5 'U - av' V-1 wiv! J .I . ,..,.. . - ' 5. 'i I 1155. Tiff .4 "ig.:': . ---- ..."' -z ffffjjf gi:-.:.-vi 55::.,,.?:, gr 1 fziif' .J WZ. 'I I Y ff A 'fi' ., .G W, 4 .X .5 . M,-Q' 45 Zag VA, fi f I ,... , z .K -1 . 1 31 1' Q' V. in Sf-H S jig use SS , W 4 -FQ., new T 2 fm 1+ A Qi LMA Q ggi-:ff 3. - 'W ,v..,. :v...,ig11. tf ' ' 2-11' X55 W 1 5 if 1 1 7 -y..,,,w+fsw'v.:Mfs-4--spew 5' .l ohnson, Richartl l.. johnston, Paul Cene jollill, Naneie jolly, jolly, jones, Kenneth Ray sviilllilll ll., Benny Floysl jones, Cathy '.., jones Donald C. . jones, lilsie Aleie . . jones jucly K. .... . jones, Larry Lalen . jones. Lylllilll C. jones, jones, Ray Alton . . YVillia1n Rostoc- jorclon, Phil ..,... . jorclon, Sne Ellen . joslin, Davicl Lynn . jnclcl, Donald Rifliarml jncltl. Virginia .Xnn jumlkins, lvzulelle . . Keasler, Fremlmlie W. Keathley, Herbert W. Keaton, limlwarml li. . Keck, Roger Cairooil 1 Keisling, Harolcl C. Keith, Bobbie Sue. . Kelley. Edward Ray.. Kelley, james S. . . . . Kelly, Frank .Xllan . Kellner. Ronahl K.. .. Kerr, Shirley jo ,,.. Q15 fy 15 i V6 sim ' S 5, vivwih-1 10+ At? fn. . 4 if iewzig 'lafzfr L- G.. W1 315. 1 .ar 1 .: X . 1 -1 -. 'mf I . . . A I . t .Q i fp, in " ...-a:a55:fk.:::::-1 1 1 's1. 1' Page 100 Kersey, Eddie .,..,,.,.. Kile, Kenneth Leliron.. Killia11, Clzireiice C. . Kimberley, Philip .X. .. Kinclig, john Ray. . . King, David NV. ..... . Kinney, james Ray .,,.. Kirkpatrick, Edward, jr. .. Kizer, Charles B.. . . . Klein, Micky jackson . Knight, Peggy .Xnn . . Knowles, joyee li. . . Knox, Lyle Reece .. Koger, Charlotte lfaye . . Kranth, George P.. . . Kreeh, Frankie Ray . Lelfever, Anna Faye . Larnar, Mary Lon .. Lzinclrith, Carolyn .. . l.2lllC, Foster Hubert . . Lane, Fred ,1'il0lll1l9 .. Lane, Ronald Briice . Langford, Ricliarml .Xrthnr .. Largen, Williznn Vincent l.1ll'l1lOj'CllX, Carlyne. .,.., . Layne, Albert Leroy. Lea, William Raga . . Lebow, Benjie Aaron . Leclbetter, Shirley Carol .... Nashville . Crossville . Cookeville . ..Sp2lI'iIl . . .Nashville . . Coaltielcl Cookexillc .. .Cohnnbia . Cainesboro . . .Caryville Oliver Springs Athens, Ala. . Ml. i'iC1lS1llll .. Nashville . . .Recl Bank . . .Oak Ridge . .Dy-ersblirg . Cookeville .. . .Cookeville ....SlIlililViilC ....Nle1nphis . Ohl Hickory .... Mllaxter . . Crossville .. .Livingston .. . . .Baxter ..,Whitwell . . . . .Dayton . . . .Kingsport .. . ,Cookeville . . . .Cookeville ... . .Nashville . .Chattanooga . ,Chattanooga Cil1lIl11ll0OgZ1 .. Shelbyville . . .Kingston , . .Hlhileville .....Calla1in .. .Lenoir City . . . . . . .Sparta . . . , .jamestown ...,McNIinnville . . .Hnmbolclt .. . . . .Iforbus ,. .XvillfilCSlCl' . .. Nashville . Baxter . . .Cookeville .Spring City . . . .Cookeville . . . .Cookeville Xlnlberry, lfla. .. Cookeville . . , .Ooltewah ...Oak Ridge . . . .jasper . . . .Lebanon .Hialeah, Fla. . . .Livingston 1 3 1 .,.,g,.., ,.-V " :' , A x 1 .,A:- J lg gg uflail I.1'1'. 156111 X1111 1,1-1: CLc111'gi11 IJZIIL' 1,112 1111111111 X, I.C'I'il'XL'1'. X1i111111-1 l.1'm11'1'. X1111 1,1111- I.c11is, 1313111 hllllll' 1.1-nie, R1111111 I.ig1111, CI11111'11's l. . 1,i11g. Cf11111'1i111' I.i111111'11. Ri11111111 1.1111 111111112 'I 111111111111 R. I111111111. 1711111111' R1l1lJ1I I . . 1111'11.151111 Xllll I,11111'. 1111111 XIl1XK'C I.ll11lll1Ill. -IIIKIF 1111111. I11s1'p11 1-1111111111 , rf 1NlIL1I. 1.111111 1,X1IIl..l1111 R1111111-11 IXII. S111' X11l11111is11. R1111x 11111 X11 f.1lS1xL'I. 11-1111 11. N11 lI11s1111111. 111111111111 1 X11f.Iill1xL'Il. X111 111 X1l1l X111 111181. ,11'11' 14111111111 X111 ll114W. 111111111X R. X111J1'1111111111. X.1111x 111111- XI1ID1'1111111. 1511111 N111' X111l11111111'. l.. 14. X111J11111111'. 1.11w1'11 1. X11ll111111111. X1111111111 1 A I mi' IT 1SN'T REALLY a toothpick duel but just a "getting to 11now you" game at the 1.ixi11ga11111 X111111c1'1-1 f11l1llIllll0LlgLl I511xl1'1' 5411511111112 N11s11x'i111r Niorzx NI1. 1111101 6.11111 111110111511 14111 1iYS'1lUi1 ff11111xCX I11L' 11111 1111'1i11I'f XI1. 1'1l'1ii1l111 f.11111111'IliX1111' 1l111'1'11111111 0111 I1111x11l'f 1,111111's1111111 CIc1i1111 f,111111CN 1111' X1111'11x Sllllflil i.11111111'11u 1111' N11s11x i111' i1111111'x1111' 1111111 c.11X X11x1111111' 1I1llI'1l1l1l1I lI111'11111g1- 1.11 111gx11111 C11111I11111111g11 Li, A 'vi 1' Freshman Mixer FRESHMEN 11' 111 mf . 1 Q X 3 'QV' 13 X. 5 Q ff' ,. 1 1 I WA '. N 5, 1 1 S an A .11 .... , - K E Muay if fi 5 'N ff 1- ,,, Q W ,.1 4 wr M- N, 111 NJ 1 ,, , 1 211 , ig W wk , w 151"'V ,ww -wr' 1, . .yn 'iw bl 1 warg: ' QI' 15.1. .Q .,.,.2I.,.,, 5 45? ,W Wm' 1 Page 101 FRESHMEN Nlckirmey NIm'Kinncy Mckilliicy XlcNlillzm, Xlflllilllilll, Nlfflllgllll, Ronald ll. Harry 'l'lium:1s. . , Charles Loc. . A :mics Alvin. .. , 'lgll0lIl1lS .... james Ralph , Nldlilliiii, William l.c1m . NlcNzihh, lfrziiiklin Kcilli.. XlcWillizims, Slllllllly Rlicll, Xlzulilnx, Clizirlcs li. ,... Nlanggzirl, Shirley -linac Xl2ll0llC,.IllIlIl1f' llllgll .. Nlzirrow, rl-IACCIZI jczm ,... Nlairslizill, I zlrry Wilson, . . Marlin. Billy -loc ..,,... xlllfllll, Glen 'l ilflilli.. Xlkllllll. -Iere lgiwlmi.. Nlzirliii, Luc S.. Ill xlllfilll, Philip .... Nlzisscy. Rnlrcrl li. , , xl2lSICl'S, Flsic jim , Nlz1stcrs,Oll0 , ., .. . Xlzitluck, john Girillcr . Nlzi1lsol1.AIzick . . ,., Mzxycs, llzuncs Louis ., , F Xlzlyliclil, liclwzlril -loscpli Xlgixwcll. lllkl l'l'1Il'l , Nlcinmlilll. .IRIIIICN ,Xlhcrl Nlc'llL'r. .Xluis Xllltlll , Xlcycr. lallglll' .Xllmcrr . . Miller. Iizirry Glcii.. Nlillcr. Oscar l'lill'l . , Xlilszips, limi lillgum' XllllglC,flll1l1'lCh llllllllll Nlinlrm. john Duyli' Xlilrllcll, XVillm1isc', Hrs, , 'HU Nlulslmcc,Stcpl1cu Nl. 'G' if-fi' Nlmlmlziy, Ixmcll R. Clclizi Xllll llill llzickcll Cllolly 'lame Nlumly, Nluurc. Y N I 4 ro rc . 5' ' Xluurc, filCll XY., . . . gg. iii? ' ' Xlum'L'. ,F W, H .ILIIIICS lflillllx . H Nluurc, klcrry lrlilllllxllll . Xlnurc, P11111 Douglas img A ?x 1:12 .j3,., 31222 Xluuw. llimnzls .Xlli'Il Xluiclziml. Gail l"l'3lllLL'S Nlorgzlll. Pzilricizr Suu . hz 'S' Xlurrison. lrillll Rirlizml .. -fr' ,.,,.., Nlnrriwii, Samuel Nlcflurlalc Xlmwrw. Cll2ll'lCN llziximl , . xltlllllll. Roiiailil lxmi i Nluscr. Dcmnic D, Nlmcr. Rmmic ll., Hoslcy.fLcl1clIi1i'lis Slow llumcs Xorwl Xluss. .lcwcli C. Nlms, -lim Sllflilllllll Mullins. jziiucs Cin-iil Page 102 Nlaulmic. jziincs 1,.,. , lfcriizimliii Rin Athens , Algoocl .., Sparta ...,fl2ll'lll1Ig'C Ulcmlzilc. Ky. Kiioxxillc . . . . .4lllflx50ll . . , . loumloii ,Clizillzimmgzl ,,Nzisln'illc , Klioxx illc ll licaicli, lllzl. , ciillIlCSlJ01'0 ....,l.0llil0ll ,,'l'ulInlionizi ,..N:iwlivillC . Nsisllxillc l,lXlllgSIUll , klzicksmi . Nlcilipliis . llolicllwzllcl . l,flll'llllIlI'g lluokvrillc I ullzillomzx .mfluulgcxillc ,. .Spciiccr , Nzlslivillc lluxlcr vl'lll'lll'UlWll liimxvillc lllmllziimugai . ..Nl:lryxiIlc Xlziryxillc lnililuii . Nzrslixillc lluiilzip ,.., Sparta Rugcrsi illc ,, Rm'kw4r0il Olil llirkory Cinrllizigc Norris . . lNlz1i1m'licslci' , Cluokcxillc . Nzislix illc , Iiiiigspml llmiclsuii Llraillziiimigzi ..N11sllx'illc , Nzlslnillc: , llunclmll fillllllllllilllgil lggulml, Lai. Olrl llic larry Olml llirlmry llulilzip Smillix illv Oak Rimlgc Xaislix ills llyIllSlUlYll Nlnllis, Charlcs lfnlron, XllIl'ClllSOll, Carroll Harris Murray, john D.. .. Nlycrs. Charles ll... Myers. Patsy Ann . Nash, Gary l.cc . . . Nash, Katherine. . ., ., Navarro, Ruby ,....,... Xccclharn, john Raleigh Nelson, Wayne Nelson.. Ncwbill. Raymond R., All. Newman. .Iulian ll. ., XUWIIIHII. Xanax lixclxn Xia-ss, joseph .. ., Norman, Gcorgc D.. .. Norton. jack lV2ll'llCl' Norris. john XY.. Jr... Oakley. Ronalcl lholnas fllllllll. Robvrl ll... . flllillll. Sain llonston. Oglcsby, Donald lingcnv , Osborn, john Jay .... . Osborn, Robcrr Ii. . Olbrnan, lihalrloon Otto, lvlllllllll Ihornas Orc-rslrccl. Carroll O, Oxxcn, DclbcrL CQ. l'acL', Sannzel l,L'c Pailgctr, John Robert Papcs. Rirharml PROFESSOR RAY KINSLOW PURCHASES a copy of Dean Smith's "Story of Tennessee Tech" Chattanooga . . . . .Kingston ,.. . . .Franklin .. YYiIlow. Okla. . Livingston , . , Spllllll ,. ., Baxter . , ,Xcw York . . Livingston . ,. Clinton , llyersbnrg .. rXlllCIlS. Ma. Cfookcxillc . llookcvillc ..... Xashxillc . Uainesboro , Oak Ridge Richman , Chattanooga Lebanon Oak Ridge' . . .Nashville lfranklin .. liaglnlad, Iraq , Nashxillc Nashxillv cel Boiling Springs ., , .NIClllIJlllS llonclson f.lllLLlgU. Ill. FRESHMEN x dr 'Sam qw ,Q-wav-vw rf.: 5 ,- 'lvl 1"'IV 4: 4. 5 'X mf g i 1 .vfagyig 5 mi? . i- ': ,.,, 4 'Gr Ni, ,Q , we gg, tj' : Q' .' Z: is ,gl . Q f 2 . '. , Y A raw" ' mf: - WH ' LW 5 5 V. 'GTI Page 703 FRE HMEN ,gflgs --I ' : :.:IE'Ef. -. ' - 15515 ..,-...J , s ' :F 5 f 5 1 ? 2:2 . ' sl vhwmw ' 5E?.E:i:f:I2.. , H - I V , :re-W., ..., .. Q, - - .g. .. .. J, . at if rm Q 5 lf gig z lm A . .,....... wig. ...r . 5 . .sg . 6:1 A 1 Y' fit X lfl :.: , . Ck . -in li' f rf my A .aw 5 :Wiz Pita .:.. ..,. . . .,.. W. p ' ' wif '....,.s .,.. Q . 1 . ' i . , 5. ' i -J " ' R Ng' .ri A lr .- K ll . .,., . N 1 GH Adv :tis . fa. ' QQ .Q 5 Ml 'X V as if 2' Q Qi!! . .,.:,. . 45 .. b J. U 'wi , sw li . Xt H: as . .. M ..,,1 gi? .... . Wg 2 vii X New Q! 40' sf ' A -:,... .. .5 it X Y 2 - Ak ,, 4...,: A ,, : :5:,zg. " ' fe ' S -- an . . I 1. 4 4 if .. 2 Page 104 We rw W .X Q. W l Q 2411 Q 1 . s H st Yi-X ml 4 sf Q-.pf , , ,:.:6 . sr r . .V 61353 .. In . .,..,, 1- J ig Z -1 .El- . .,,.A,,, ,J . ,.,V , , 1-:uf , an 31 .vw L. ....... , , we ,. ,Q , -,.. Ev - V , . wagtfg. .-,-.- - 222 -- . ,,.. ' Elie? fy 5' is , Y' e A .WX , E ,:1...1 ,' - W 1 W wmgw as sas. fn - - ' www ig .: ff. I as - 1 se ..., - 2. .. F... .: . Paris, James ......... Parker, Barbara Sue . . Parker, Judy Ellen. . . Parks, Bobby Ray. . Parmlev, Forrest. . . . . Parris, Robert David . . Parris, Thomas Fdward. . . . Parrott, Ann .4..4,.., . Parrott, Linnie. . . Parrott, Ronald ,...., Pate, lVanda ,Klyne .... l'atton, Marion Patricia. Patterson, Judy Ann.. Patton, Ann Elizabeth... Paulmer, Hollis .,.,. . Payne, Barbara Janet Pavsinger, Howard C. Pearyhouse, Sandra Lee Pedigo, Ralph Austin . . Pemberton, Stanley K. .. Pennycufl, lfinys C. . Pettross, Glenn Car Phillips, Gracie Ruth . Phillips, Joseph R. . Phillips, Kenneth livans Phillips, Polly Annette . Phinizv, l-'rank Hamilton Pile, Janice Fave. . .. Pillow, Travis Daniel . Pitzer, Darrell E. ..., . Plnmbe, Rowena, . . Polk, Charles Porter, Elmer F.. . . Posey, Richard C. . Potter, Harris C. ..,,. . Preston, Phillip Cecil . Price, Jerald XY... Priest, Earl Davis. .. Primm, James C. . . . . . Prollitt, Carolyn Ruth . Raby, Barbara Lynn. . . Radebaugh, David N. . Ragan, Elvis YVavne .... Ragland. Thomas Edwin. ., Rains, Patricia Jane, .. . Randall, Charles David Ramsey, Paul Edward.. . Rather, 'lhomas Carole . Rauschenberger, Barbara J Rawding, Henry Clay.. Rawls, Madison Lanier. Rectur, Betty Jo ......., Reynolds, XVanda Jewell . Reeder, Alfred D. .... . . . . .Cookeville . . . . .Wartrace . .Detroit, Mich. . . .Jacksboro . . .Tracy City . . .Savannah . . . . . .Monroe .........Monroe li. Detroit, Mich. ........lNlavland . . . .Algood ,. Harriman . .Nlarvville . . . . .Pikeville . .McMinnville . .Nashville . . .Pulaski . Crossville . . , . .Smithville . .l,iberal, Kan. . . . , . Oneida .. Carthage . . . .Algood . .Nashville . Nashville . Shelbyville . .Nashville . . . .Pall Nlall .Hlltunboldt Oak Ridge . . .Red Bank . . . .Columbia .. .. Oneida . .Chattanooga . . . . ,Liberty . . .Kingston . . .Lynchburg . . .Winchester .. Ashland City . . .rlillllillllllllll .. l-'avctteville . . . .Columbia . . . .Madison . .Lebanon . . .llvrdstown ....,..Xthens NlcNlinnville . . . .Jackson .. Nashville . . .Nashville ...Nashville . . .Crossville . . .Granville ...Livingston i X uuii 'A Rector, William D. ..... Lalfollette Reynolds, Herbert L. .... Chattanooga ,gi A Reeder, David Brown. .. .Henderson, Ky. 'i". .. i ' ii in Reece, Jimmy Rav . .. Xlonterev iw .": V ' Reagan, Richard I.... Jamestown 3' Rhodes, Gwendolyn ., . Chattanooga Ricl1, Elmer F. . . . . Rieh, Larry U a le ..,4... Richardson, Celia Sue .... Richardson, Larry M.. . . Richardson, Sarah , . . Riddle, Audry C.. .. Riggs, Ray Charles ..... Rippy, Patricia .Xnne Rivers, l .inda Sue . Roark, Ronald Bruce .. Robbins, Billy james Robbins, Sara Ann Robbins, Terry Hugh, jr. .. Roberts, James lidwin .,r., Roberts, James H. ,..,. . Roberts, john -Inett .... Roberts, john Kenneth . Roberts, Kay Kenneth Roberts, Robert Bullen .....,, Roberts, Ronald .. ,,... Red Robertson, Charles W. .,.., . Robinson, james P. . .. Robinson, YValton N.. . . . Robison, jack Hines ...., Roe, Clarence Cox . . Rogers, Elmer ll.. hlr. . Rogers, Mary jndith Rogers. Lloyd C. . Rohrer, james Owings . Rose. Charlotte Ann Rowden, jerry Arlie .. Rndies, Edward . .,,.. . Runnnage, Brenda Joyce . Russell, Charles N. Russell, James Ivan Sadler, Nanola .,,., Sandlin, Kenneth C. .. Sands, Randal H... . Scarlett, Herbie. . .X. . Schaeller, Robert Schleicher, john la. . Schulte, Jerry li. , Seehorn. john W. . Sexton, Ray Owen Sharp, E. Everett ....... Sharp, lfrederick Allen. . . . Shelton, Shelton, Edward joyce .. Glenda B. . . . Sherman, Beverly Ruth . . Shepak, Bobby Ray ,. Sherrill, Chester Lee Showers, Myles jr.. . . Shields, Sally Sne .... Shields, johnny L... Sibert, Roger l'attl . Silcox, Hattie jane ..... Siinpkins, Raymond B.. . . Sitns, Donald Lloyd Sitncox. Wayne A. .. Sinnnons, Mary . . . . .Rockwood . . . , .Byrdstown . , .Gallatin . . . . . . .Gallatin . . . ...Nashville Detroit, Mich. . . . . .Rockwood . . . .Nashville . . . .Nashville . . . .Nashville . .Jamestown . . . .Nashville . . . .Kingston . . . Kingston . . . .Monterey . . . .Nashville . . . .Algood . . . .XVhitwell .....,Decatt1r Boiling Springs Chattanooga . . . . Lebanon . . . . . .Donelson . . Lenoir City ......Dunlap . . . .Cohnnbia . Old Hickory . . . .XVinchester . Rockwood .. Oak Ridge .... Athens ... .Donelson .... Milan . . . . .Lebanon . . . . .Rockwood . . . .Livingston . . . .Alexandria ... . .Lynnville . . . .Cookeville .. McMinnville . . . . .Nashville . . . .Oak Ridge . ...Newport . .Madisonville . . . .Maryville . . .Cleveland . . . .Ethridge . . Oak Ridge , . . . .Madison . . . . . .Monterey . Old Hickory Alexandria, Ya. . . . . . .Nashville .. Chattanooga . . . .Nashville . . . . . .Carthage ...Xshland City . Oak Ridge ....Blottntville . Pleasant Hill FRESHMEN A ,xr V. rb. i. egg an 4 0. ii-. . v t ...- M. - -- 5 ,532 fi. ta ' iSe" 'swf any 12 '.' gif. i . F' if . JFK gy,-vu fax iflifff 5' 'Adi 2 D Adil 'M 442' C-Q Iva' NX it ,. 2 Si, ' I me Sie A A in ,Mmm , 'Sr ,pt s,, . af Q F f S' .ER 6 , . , vi .- f ., it i h A .... .A A W leg, an 9 . 'A Z3 N.: ,,- , xr eg, Q j 2.2 av' . Af' sg 5 -3. it M-if I J I K W sf.. K sb-'K s A t. M Q' A Uv Q: bk Xi ' an E-Q vw 1 M. 3 i5f'afu E I as' K iff ' i+5i?i?E ?e5EE aita L a,, L K. X 17" ' I ' vi ta ei A .ffl ,fL, 1 Illlisiigg .,., E 3 ,i, y 1 S iiizf S ,jg A . J -'ai "'- v if-2' .Q 1-D - l' 'ff fs Jiyiaif lit 9 II . 'Y' N 1 gag .y... V l I A A Page 105 FRESHMEN wil Ts- .5 iv: Q as 4 'o":,- 'W W Q 'A ,ar K if S ii + .., ' it f fr ,fi Q- - , Q f W.- Sw' p-. oi ' , N' ,' tier. YL fleikdvf. 'ir' you---f r- .iggt-t .M ef. rp . fy 5 f .nh i , ,,.'-: me ." tgbzap 4 - X ihjgzw f " fm 3 .,,' -1 ,AAv' ' ' i Y' 5, , M-sw J f J 5 , ,ll Q: Q .pr AlB.i. SL. ..3 E., 'Q 5 "" Rink ,AK 45,5 W 'S' U-. .N ,aa -Q. . HNAVXK Y viiw' i IW- 1425 iw., nur. 5"-Stem' QQ. fx ,.: Q 1 -,' Q 5, .N we Q 1 Page 106 V 1 S it Sipes, Janice . ,. Sirciv, Bobby K. , Skillern, Bobbie Ellen .. Skinner, Jean .,.,.. . Slawson. Jack BI. . Sliger, David H. Sliger, Gene Stephen ..., .... Sloan, Edward A.. . . . Sluder, Jerry Lewis ,,.. Smilev, Buddy Hugh 4,.. Smith, Anna Laura. . Smith. Ctlrt Howard . Smith, Dave J. ...., , Smith, Dallas Glen ,, Smith, Joe, Jr. . Smith, Jovee Rita , Smith, Judv Ann Smith, Kennith Rodney Smith, Larry Martin. . . Smith, Lois Gail ....... Smith, Melvin XVavne Smith, Merritt Green .. Smith, Nluril Lee . Smith, Odie XY., Smith, Rithard Nl... Smith. Robert H. Smith, Robert W. Smith. Teddy Roger Smith. XYill H., . Smith, lVilliatn T., . Smalling, XVilliam,, .. Snyder. Catherine B.. .. Spangler, lvinford C. .. Sparkman. Lawrenee B. Sparks. lerrv Nlax Starv, Ned lilliott ..., Stanlield, XVilliain Nl. Stanford. Bobby Hugh . Stansberrv, Jerry A.. . Stanton, Daniel ,X.. .. Starling, Rav Lvnn ..,. Stevenson, Jerry C., .. Stewart, Charles J.. Jr.. .. Stewart. Earl Rav ..... . Stewart, Jtllia Rebieea.. Stewart , Margaret .. . Stirn, Richard Carl .. Stockton. Harold li. . Stone, Billy Joe.. Stover. Nlinor ...... . Street, Eddie Hobert ,.,. Stringer, Francis ll.., Stubblelield, Jerry C. , . . Sturdivant, Robert l.ee.. Sullivan. Barbara .. Summeilin, James R., Jr. Sutton, David Lewis ..., Svvallord, Janice Nlarie. Swallord. Lawrence 1.eon Snack, Nellie Rose . . . ,Fayetteville , Carthage . . ,Soddv , Cookeville , Nlarvville . Cookeville . , ,. . . .Athens .Goodlettsville .. . . .Maryville . . . .Madison .. Spring Citv ... Cookeville . Nlarvland Gainesboro ..,,. Celina , . .Kingsport . Dunlap . , Red Bank ., Clarkrange . . . .Livingston . . . .Crossville . . , ,Millington . . Oneida .. Centerville Nlount Juliet . Xlt'Xlinnville Oliver Springs . Clarkrange . .Smithville . Silver Point .. Cleveland ,.,,Nashville .Oak Ridge . , ,Sparta . . Cookeville ,Johnson Citv .. . .Kingston , Jamestown . Chattanooga . Chattanooga Ringgold, Ga. , ,Fayetteville . , , . ,Kingston . . Livingston . . . .llarriman , Cookeville Glasgow, Rv. Jamestown ...l,ylltlllllll'g ... .Xlgood Johnson City , , . .Cookeville ..MelNIinnville ... Nashville ..CIiattanooga ina Beach. lfla. .... Ooltenah Pikeville .. Pikeville . Cookeville 5 ':1IIc11'1I, ,XIllIIL'f ZIIIII. I.i11cI11 LIZIIIL' i111IIc. LIOIIII IXIICII, Sxk Sxkcs, M111 I 1lly. AIUIII ew. NIQIIN I"1z1111u I1c11' .. , mic XIz11'L 1 I 1sI1, lIl1111'Ics Illl'lItl I 1yl111', 1X111I1'cw nl. I I IfIIll'. Dunllcy Xvllflll' I11l111'. R111 Xllwrl I Ic1I1Ic1'. 'I'I1c111I111c NI. I11IIc-1. I31111gI:1s I.z1I:11Q lull" L . 1111111 RLIIIDII I". I IIZIIIIZIS. R1 II111111111. lu .xllll I I111'cl. XX IIIIZIIII IIIlll'IllllII. R11I1c'1I XY I I1111'1111111I. NX IIIIKILI 1I11'1'l I,11wclI lI111111111111I, C.z1111I l1'1111., IlIll'Il. Wi11l1111 11km-1. XIIIIN C., IIIINICX. I41II1 C-1-111111- IIIJIHII. D1 . 5 IIIQIZIN l1lll1'. Ruger I,1'1' I111I11'11. f,c1'11I1I1111- IIIIkllK'l', IICIIIIX I".lIQL'lIL . IIIIIIIZIIJ fIl'IIlI1I '1'11IIz1I11111111 .X11xl11 illc' Ifuycllcxillmr . If1':111I4Ii11 , XIz11Iix1111 . . .1.f'Ili'IlIllll'g ,S111ilI11ill1: NIZIIICIICSICI' II:11'1'i111z111 I'I1lIkIIIlI2Ill R11g1-nxillu , Og1k1lz1Ic .I'Iz111'i1111111 .J:1111csl111s II .CIc1f1kv1ill1' KIc111kcx illc 'II11II11l111111z1 I.z1I'11II1'lIc' NIz111x1Il1' KQ41Ila1li11 , CQ:1Il11li11 , If,11si11 I.1111I1l1111'g II111'1'i1111111 IllI'Ill'l'. fIIl2Il'Il'lIl' ., llI1g1l111111111g.1 I111111-1, ,IIJIIIIIU IJ. Yaulnillc- I111111-1. R:1111111111l lu' XY41l1'11111111 I11111111. IIc11x I111111 Cl411I1e1ilI1- "ANYONE NEED A COPY of the marriage ceremony?" as Q1 -' QI A - 'c f I ENGINEERING 7-Y IE' Page 107 W FRESHMEN l Sim , vw ' 'Q' ' 'E tztfsvk t ? R t Y M lr if 'J'-T' li' .if WWW' L, K' 'OK if ww., W.- ww' tammy. -are. A11.. ww '4- ' f vw if Q-ez: - h. " -1- H-Q., vu. H, 9- me, 'CI' t B.. ik g. . i '3- . 5 J ew-v J QE' Q MM W ,F ..- if ,Z Y t qs' v' 'Sk ,H R ww W 5. li t dl ."W. f""A Qi ,vw tv- ,ww-wx, f Y S 5 in ,Q 3 it 4 ie. H'-" 5. , 373' Q fi... .. , 459 . ,,.. K ' H W ' Page 108 'xffg' . We ,W Pu -av , l , P A tif ref ,ae- ef 5- U QQ" Q 1 qx I 525 ' QW . HS. . 'Q 4, ' Q' ' DJ? I 'Q' f 1 5 . Eg 2 .- - A ul: N- : kv' k Q lx . wt? 155- i S' I - 2 ,gg yh, Z ',1",'f Q ,V , 1. i ,A R33 "Q fl be W V. i ,nb 2 lgggl yQG"' if A A xt, W Q' I Kit 'ii-. if Lnclerwooil, jolin lCd, lr. Vtitlerwood. Virginia Underwood, W. li., lr, , lfpeliurell. 'lilioinns lC. .. lisrey, Elgztn Howard . v- ' ttssey, john ll. , .. . Vauglin, Howznid CI. ., Vztughn. Nluxine . Vztuglin, Paul lfrzxnklin Vaughn, R1lll'LT Roger . Yiztrs, Leon liznl . Vivrctle, llzuid IC. , Yonllolilen, Alolin I.. . ,. Wagner, jerry Xlilik . lVakelield. Bing llidwzird lVulden, lo Rulli , , Walker, Lol:-inznn R, Walker, .joseph Neal . lV2lllflS. Clayton . Xlhllztce. Daniel R. . Wallziec, jznnes liquid . lVz1lluc'c, Rebercti .Kiln Walling, lislon Y. , Waller, lXl2lI'Vlll S. XVZIITCII. llngli , .. XVEISSUIII, Harrold Rui' ,. XVLIISOII, Billy ,loc ,. . . lVeatlierl'nrd. Riclizml CI. lVeztver, Albert ll, . . lVezncr, .linncs lixerell , YYeztx'er. Alztntes XY. Webb, lillu Marie , lYclDb. lfllzi Elaine Webb, Rirlizml ll. Webster, jznnes Keith Weddington. Gail , . XVclch, XIZIIIICS .X. , lVells, Floyd I.. West, Billie Qluditb lVest, jerry Roger West, Iuditli ll. Whalen. Raymond li. lVllCClCl', llrztinitrd Nl. . Wheeler, Nlzirinn Xltleun XYl1itel1ezld. Henry CZ., . XYl1itlield. Robert CI. . Williite, Currie lYilkcrson. llztrry XY. Wicker, XVilli1nn ll. . lVilken, Xvllllillll ll. , Williams, jztrqnelyii lYilliams, joe .,.. . ,. ll'llll2llllS, l'z11ric'iz1 lee lYilli111ns. l':1l1l lloyd . Williamson, liao' Xlillis, lomnty . , ,.. Willocks, Willis ll. , .. Willoughby, Nlzu lidwztrd lYilmore, Robert ., Wiliuoth, Llnnna jean lfaiyetleville , Snnbriglit , Snnbriglit . . , jznncslnwn . . . Lebanon , filCYCl2lllll .X lgootl Cookeville Wrigley . Xlpine , London ,. Nznsliville . Nashville XliCSllll0l'Cl2lllil . Gallatin Oztk Ridge . l.l'lD2lll0Il .. Clztllioun tloztlfieltl , llztrrinizin . llill'l'llll2'lll Silxer l'oinl NlcNlinnrille Ml, Pleztsatnt Pulaski , Nztsllville . . .Kingston . Cilllilllll Nlzxryvillc . . , Kingston l.enolr Qlly Oneidzt Oneida .. Oneida l,fCl'SlJll1'g , 'lltllzilioinzt . , Sparta fillllllllllfiflgll . . ,lforbus Nlztryville jznnestown , .llzlisy , Pikeville , llonelson , .llonelson leesxille, l,zi. Clonkexillc lenior City l.nudnn . cillllllllllilflgll Clizlllnnoogzt . Scrxierrillc . Nlzttlisolt , Kingston Klllztltztnoogu , ilillllllllillllll Strawberry Plains .Xlexamlrizt , Nlonnville . .X Igood DEAN BARKSDALE CONGRATULATES Miss Barba a Wood reclpuent of the Howard Scholarship Award . , ,Cookmillc . , . .sllilflll . . .lhlxlcr Cookcxillc Oollcwzlh .. C-zlllzllm fflllllflllltillgil Nlznlmlc Hczul. Mass. , .,I.L'h2lllUll fihilllllllflllgll Old Himkory , Nzlsllxillc cnllllilllll Clrrrmkuillp' Silxcr l'ni11l SlllilllXiHi' Sllllflll Lllllfillf' r- Lllzlllalxnzxrwgzl NEW STUDENTS GUM. mp 'VK . dig? Q an uv' 15 Page 110 QW ix M2 .Xlmcrnatlng Caroline 4Soph.j .kl7L'l'll1lllly. Ccorgc rSopli.iJ .XndCrson. Yirginia lAIlllll0l'Q. .. Arnold, Patty fl"rcsl1,j ,..... . Bakvr, Xlaxcy lgcniorj livaty, llrvnda ll'll'4'Sll.5 liillrrcy. Ci-no Xnstin lF1'CSll.b. Bcnnvll, Sliirlcy qlfrcslrj . Boswell, Larry ll'i1'CSll.l. ., Boyd, Xlikc' flfrcslrj Branatn. -Ianicc lI'il'CSll.j .. Brannon. Bill ll"rc'sl1.j lircwcr, llilda flfrcslrj ., Brown, lfrcd flfrt'sl1.b. , . , Broylcw, Ralplt l'llllllU1i5 4.,, Brute, .loc flfrcslrj , . Burton, john Warne rlfrcslrj Butler, Nlartina flfrcslrj.. . Caldwell, 'l'lico Clair llFl'CSll.D. . . Cainp. llcrslicl I.. q'lfresl1.j. . . . Cannon, Alznncs IJ. r'Frcsh.j ..,, Carlcn, Walter Hill lF1'CSll.D. , Clllll Kcilli Ronald tlfrcslrj Carter. Ccrald 4Soplr.j .,., Nashville , Naslixillc Ugdcn, litah , ,Shelbyville ........Sparta .,.. Clvwlaml . ..-Xlgood I larritnan . , Cookeville ,Chattanooga , Harriman ..0ak Ridge . .CookCs'illC ,..CookcX'illc ,, ...Sparta . Cookcvillc , .Pulaski Xlorristown ..,..Coallicld Chattanooga ,...Cookcrillc .. ,Cookcvillc Livingston .l.cl1anon Carlcr, I.awrcntc R. llfrcslrj.. llctrtlCl'sot1rillC Collins, Donald D. fl-'reslrj ..... .llarriman Cox, johnny Carl ll'll'CSll.D ..,,. ., .Coallicld Cralmtrcc, Von PL-rry llfrcslrj, . . , . .llanrcstown Crcvcns. Al. 0. f'l"rcsli.j ......, , Clarkrangc llarcnporl, William I.. qlfrcslrj. Chattanooga Daxiilson, Billy il'll'CSll.l,. , llf'l'tlSIOW11 llaxis, Alolnr tlfrcslrj .,ciUlllIT1llifl Daxis, Peggy flfrcslrj Dcnncy, Larry tlfrcslrj .... Dietz. Alarkic qlfrcslrj ,,,,.. Drain. jaincs ll. flfrcslrj ,... lilmlcn, hlanncs lfrank flfrcslrj Iflrod, Nlartlia .lo lFl'CSll.D ,,.. Farnrcr, llasscll 'l'. 4l"rcsh.j,, Fttc. Iadwin lsllllllllly ..,.. ..,. Crttnlmrcll, Dennis X. qlfrcslrj . Ciilpalrirk. ulznncw llfrcsl1.j . Cowen, William ll. qlfrcslrj... .......Baxtcr . ,,N2lSllVillC Ringgold, Ga. ..,.Nasl1villc , . .London . . Kingston . . . , Sparta .Holtcnwalcl . CookCYillC . .Livingston ,..Nasln'illc fi1'Cg0l'y, Bcity flfrcslrj .... . , .Slicllxyvillc Haislip, joscplr flfrcslrj, .... Cookeville Hall, Nlonnic flfrcslrj. .,.., , Hkingston Hamilton, Donald I.. lF1'CSll.l . South Pittsburg Harris, Ada IQ. lkllllllfllij. . ,,,. . , Cookeville llarris, llaxid flfrcslrj. .. .., Harrison, -latncs XY., lilfrcslr Hardin, llonna fl"rcsl1.j, Hartsog, Cliarlcs F. fjuniorjw Haycs, Marxin ll. flfreslrj .. Henry, Nlorriw X. rlfrcslrj , Hcnhrcc, lane ll. rI"rcsl1,p . Hickey. 'lltotnas R. qlfrcslrj Hill, lirir fSoph.j ,,..,..,.... Hosay, William Cl"l!'CSll.D, .. Howard, Peggy QFrcsh.j ,,... Hubbard, Cay qlfrcslrj Clraltanocwa h .Q ,..Spring City .. ,. Cookeville . ...., 'lrade -loncslmoro Cookcrillc Cookcrillc . .. .Sparta , . Concord ...wir Juliet . , ,Cookeville ,fillllllllllllflgll lluuter, .Io lilleu lFresh.l Hutchison, joseph 11-'reslrj , Alticksou, Thomas llfreslrj jones, Xl'illiz1m tlfreslrj. Kelley, l.:u'ry l1'.I'CS1l.D , Killrell, llormld l.. ll"t'esl1.j . Krise, Suuclru june 4Soph.j . . l.edl'ord, Robert Keith llfresli McNeill. john 1-111111015 ,... . Nlnsters, Flizzlheth qFresh,j , Xlimicar, Robert qlfreslrl . . Nlitrhell. Buford D. fSoph.j Nloore, Pzitririzl l1'1l'CSll.b.. . Nlulliczm. jzuues A. QI-'reslrb Mulliuax, llillv Marc tlfreslrj Mullins, Murtlm fl"resl1.j.. . Xeelev, Billy lihzirles flfreslrj Xesknug. Marion A. rLFreslr.l . O'Nt-il, Randy qlfreslrj.. Peztrl. George ll. 18017115 Pedigo, iI41llll'lIl2lll l.ee 4Fresh. Pemberton, joyfe QSopl1.j Phillips, Doris .Xuu fFresh.j Puckett. Marv lilztiue tlfreslrj Ray. X. Dale fhluuiorj ., Reugzm. jere rl-'reslrj . Rirh. I.2lllYf?lI2l qlfreslrj . . Roe, john 1I't'esh.j ....,,, . . , Rudd, n2ll'1J2ll'2l Nell Qlfreslrj, Szlrtiu, George lSoph.b .... Self, jerry AX. llfreslij ,.... Shivers, Romrld lkluniorj ., Sims. Ruby lhlllllllbfj .,l.. .,. Simmons, Joe xl., jr. tlfreslrl . Simmons, Neva tlfreslrj 4,,,,. Smith, Christopher lFresh.j Smith, Joan fkluuiorj .... ,, Smith, Sue N12ll'lCl' lkS01J1l.5.,. Smith, Terry AX. l1"l'CSll.b, . Stephens, Clmrles lF1'CSll.l . Story, Fav flfreslrj . . . . , Tzirwzlter, Robert Q1'll'CSll.5,,. lidwell. Sue l.llllll0l'il .. lowe, YVillizuu Il. QFl'CSll.j. Turner, Audrey glfreslrj .. 'l'uler, Rav tjuuiorj.. ., .. Ycrhle, Fred Russell 1kl'11'CS1l.j lY1lIlzlee, Jim tlfreslrj .. Wullztce, I.um1 gFresh.j., . Wztlluce, XYalter H. lFresh.j . XYz1son1, NI2llll'll'C lFresh.j ..,. XVelc'h, Charles NV. 41"resh.j . XYheelet', Iidwzird llfreslrj Whit, John 'l'. qSoph.j , Wiley. Robert R. ljuuiorj . XX'illi:1u1S, Ijlllllllll R. t1"l'CSll., Xlillizuus, Hugh txFresli.j. . Wilson, Heather QFresh.j.. J . lfrzmkliu . . . .Nashville . . . . .Nashville . Xliltou, Fla. fill2llI2lll0Uf2,Il ..,,Ouk Ridge . ,112ll'l'llllZlll ..... Cleveluml . . , .Lehzmou , , . .Cxirtliilge Cookeville ,, .Nashville Horse Clalve, liv. . .,,. .Spartan . . lfziyelteville . . .Livingston , . .11lll'l'll1l1lll . XVnrtlJurg .. Clmttunooga . . ,NN'z1verlv , Nlckliuuville . . . . , Sunbright . .D2lf'lt7Il. Ohio .., lixiugstou ,..'1'llll1l11Ulll21 . . UIZIIIICSUJWII , . . Celitm . .Dunlap , , .... Kingston . Rockwood ,,,...XlCXlllldll1l ,llootllettsville . . ,.., Sparta . .Spencer . , , .Pikeville . , .Nashville . . . .jznucstowu .. .,...1121yLOl1 . ,C1l2llI2lllO0g2l . . , , ,Sewanee ,,. lrivingstou Sc-vierville llllllilllfllllll ., , ,Nashville . . ,Smithville .Cookeville , . . , .Algood . llaunestown . , Spencer . . , , ,Waverly . . Oak Ridge . ,. Dunlap , Pikeville , . .lfzivetteville ,.Nlouroe. N. C. . , ,Oak Ridge , Cookeville . . , .Nashville NEW STUDENTS , l F , H. lk A A ami in ic, A X J 'U' . gi 'V' ' 1 gym., Q QWJLY I was ...., ?2x? ,. , in 1' ' . ,f . ...., ,.,,.,. .. ,L H ,. 71161 F 11" WK : -rg - 3 , X , . . ,,.. 14:6 . 3 igji.. "" nm' ' X ' 5 1 Sm, ddr if rigs' atb! , H V '.'.. AV' I L. A it 3' if VF' LQ Q 1' .. - ..', ""' 55" .. x r xt, i A. .... A ., .-": 1:g.1.. r"i" I -I W vnn ,rye f . V ., ,.,.,. -j - :rv I- 7 I: V- H --,- -I -., I 4 1' M' Q 1115? . Wm' V4 it 211.2 ' . 1 i t Q E 1 1 ii f Z V " Q 9j'?:I' 'SE it I V -- N A, Fl" Q 'K ,1 f"',.f Q W 2 2 , ' . , V 'fy g i: - Qi? V 5:5 il i i iZff".j::-,, :2E v ft ' 7 : R P 1 1 ' Q, If 5 'I 13 :ll - -2 7 3- 'K 1 ,, , ' "".- A Page 111 ,. I N ST NTLFE SPRING QUEEN, Katherine Glenn BUT SHERLOCK, I didn't do it!" pring uarter CC ' ' 99 S a blt ram lt was Spring and the WC21lllCl'1llllIllS lanev lightly turned to thoughts ol' nronsoons. Une renienibers those days that the rains Caine and kept coming. Baseball games, track ntects, tennis niatches and picnics were postponed Qincleinent weatherj. But the rain did not hamper classes, so the danip stu dents waded the quad and sonieone suggested the ASB should buy a ferry or a luxury liner. Wlyatt "Burp," an unsung hero pol' the wild XVest, and his even wilder gang made their ap- pearance at the annual TUX Stunt Night. "l'he critters pluni stole first place. toof' For their annual ball, the engineers transported the gyni to Manhattan, where couples paused lor relreshnients on a skylitc terrace and enjoyed a night in the big city. A young ladvs birthday proved to he a real ball and this one featured -lan Garber. "the idol ol the airways." A portion ol' the dance was broad- cast nationally over CBS Radio-direct from Cookeville. Tennessee, to the world. May Day, science laiis and concerts Iilled the days. Finally, a short walk. translorined the robe- clad seniors into 'liech graduates. Spring quarter, l958, had passed and only our nieniories retnain. "HELP, l'm stuck," cries Shirley Stone FISHING EXPERT Betty Matheny gives moral support to Tommy Huttine THE DRAMATIC Fraternity initiation featured costumes STUDENTS dance to the music of Larry Sonn at the Engineers' Ball TWO'S COMPANY and tt1ree's a crowd .....e""" w,,-a- 4 'Qtr Page 1 Q--.. BEWILDERED Tommy "Professor Kinsey" Huttine seems to have lost control ot his class as English Club performs during TCA Stunt Night MALISSA KNOTT "DlGS" Susie Sacller's "Squaw-like" Charleston 5 5 1 ' Page 116 A PAUSE for "mellow refreshment" breaks up the wild game ot poker in the Aggie Stunt Night skit g3?w3yw,W,5 M Wwwgywgwsrrf: ,,,. 5 'Mu m Q my 4 , 21:95 A 4 M5 n ' 1 J izi , 3? if W aa me gg 5 ki v 'YI' i an is fd 3' 3 , KE 'A far, aw 4? if mamma - 5 IT TOOK a ioi of wind for Jan Garber Lf Q Q, of 3,5 me e A or ,A - A W u x i Y Y A X Hilfe-"5 g, .rf ex V w L - A Myflsfg .fimifsv ff 'i 'M .ilw-my 5- ,nf Q si 35 Axffff of iii ,fo ff gn A U bi, ' Q: S x , Q H 1 1 . 4 1- X X '1 'f gi? 33.4, V: 5 Pi L Www il QQEQAW F .z ,,., -g I ? My f zgrmxpg if X' JM' K M ' .f 1, mr ,, W f, .. if W1 M345 5 . gi, : O Ui. S fin Wxgf.. E tif' N.: , ., 1 DQ , A X Sym " , L X A Q i . warg, gy , f' Q we ,, g S of-,f A h., Qi , I ik I X5 K NNW v ,S y i .4-,mi .M , W , ,W X xi I ,zmygzh .,.. 2, .,,. . , we an :J . :N if 325 ' ' ,nbkir 1' 1, I ' "" ..f',I: '--"I F '25-f X K ' 53: ' 1, N 1 " 3, ,Q ..,. 1 'I' 'Q Q 1. 2 15 ji 74, ... -M. 2 XI, 5 5 f ' xl. y A A 5 K New Q Q V MRA wi , K W, W. V 1, ' , Hi' M iw A ar yigzai 4 S e ,Q l-Q .. ,- W 'Y 2 O 6 Q j 2 x .Q - 2 Q W ' -V if S k Q 1 . X 11 Ng fi 4 if ii B 1 f I ir . mow ,1 ..,. Z . "" ' .X gg: .-,.... 1 I , i F W -.M HOLLYWOOD refugees, Diane Hartnett and Jimmy Bridges, "shade-it-up' at the Oracle-EAGLE spring picnic STUDENTS enjoy open-air movie sponsored by the ASB Council Page 717 , 2 Q S i E lBSEN'S "GHOSTS" featured Gordon Meadors as Pastor Manders and Janice Rogers as Mrs. Alving HAVE SACK! Will iravel? Page 178 lT'S CHOW time in the hills for shoeless Barbara Sanford and concerned friend, Ernestine Butler GOLF EXPERT, Wayne Manning, advises Shirley Stone as she tries for II over par Km K V THE RlSlNG sun peeks in a dorm window as Jack Werner reviews for finals JOHNNY MCCLANAHAN loolcs like a balloon vender as he helps decorate 'For the Jan Garber Dance ,o,, , 3 535 sig N 5 X .:.2ri.:?? THE 564,000 question: Where is the pianist? Page 719 UNHAPPY graduates Nancy Coward and Joe Covington prepare tor BOB ROSE conducts first Town Hall Meeting while Joe Daniel busily takes notes the last mile THE ALL-MALE "bull session" makes its annual spring move from the Union to the Quad ww- sms Page 120 Aw fm STUDENTS WORK 'Q QAM..-Q gs 5 HSOUPS ON" is a welcome cry by flue All Campus picnickers up an appeiite at the All Campus Picnic with a volleyball game and swimming ie-'V . .Q-5 L F"'w..,, , W4 T-"""-S ROBERT MAXWELL, harpisi, performs for Public Programs Sd' ,Maxx Page 121 -r SUMMER QUEEN, Melissa Knott NOTHING LIKE bridge for a past-time lticlc for Betty Matheny, ummeris Term ls Work, Pla lVith the opening ol' sunnner quztrter, the in- evitable "bull sessionl' hzttl shiltecl lironi the Union tables to the cpulcl. The little green grass tlitl its best considering the increusecl "on-set." Everyone was going water skiing, and to picnics except the library assistants who kept their vigil in the still reading rooni-just the cztlni heliore the lull onrush ol' stutlious coetls. 'l'hose warni tlziys pztssecl slowly and lazily. There were wztternielon leztsts. walk-in xnoyies. anal tennis inzttches 'til clusk. Sunnner quztrter wasn't clrasticzilly clillerent lroni any other quztr- ter: stuclents still went to the Union lor cokes :incl Public Progrznns continuecl. A lew consiclerute people stoppecl cluttering the grounds and the quzltl was ahnost spotless, ex- cept lor berinuclzt-t'lz1cl loztlers who coulcln't go to class. lhey still had spring lever. More picnics, clztncing in the Union anal those clelightlul early morning classes lillecl the jolly stuclent's days. :incl bewilclerecl high schoolers clot- tecl the canipus :ts they uttenclecl bztntl clinics. Antl then belore one rezilifetl it, stnnnier CIUZUV ter wats gone: it was 21 ronibinzttion ol' work :intl lun that inatle the sunnncr ol' 1958 unlorgettzthle to those who zittentlecl the session. June Lee, Charles Almon, and Clem Reese Eli Page 722 'F I . ' i . ".1--db 'K 'abttlsiinzft v at' sift 0 0 if et, eixntvigy D, t,q 'wi' ',. f ,H ,Q ,sinsll 4. ,b,fe,.ni,u-.sg M4 of e me 'P 0' is' a " Q' Q' 5' s"'n1- """if"4'Unr- f 'N 'ts-:Q"'f"",'c".al"U 't,",,ia,feKxf.a14-4,,i .gil ' a ,'.f,:",.v',s' ,vxQ,n li! ul,,y ,gs in 1 ,m'n,,tw ,af ,av 4, -5 .1f,,,.,,w 8,0 ...Q at"'A'1, 'ff"",,fH",49' x,".m1apQv:',:g 'Ya us., get Q avi-,,snfv.:,,..n',:,d Ku,:av..,,o:k.i ,xm"n,"ws0v',,Of I. . i'g"n "H-so-Ofc ,I V "'1mal,4w"' q' in , ,A .. riuwmnzwm-psf K g.-5 . at .hw mx: 'ln - S- 'P - We .. ,,, ,J nt ' W 1, ' ' n "W qt, N 1' Q Q ' nfgepwl , -1- 1 OPEN WIDE" says Harold Miller assisting Pauline Graham in the watcr- melon feast "HEY! WAIT, l've lost a ski!" swt "' WW s,m..v.-w N A WW :gK:3f'fj2E1::'..:Z'2'z:::f5zg:i:f52. .. .... s mi ' mf ,44?j'gf MSI' ss ARE YOU sure this is the biggest piece? ENERGETIC students enjoy softball at the parlc cluring the summer months Page 123 FALL QUEEN, Pat Moore DIGNIFIED SENIORS leave 'Freshman dorm atter a night of entertaining at TWO coke party t N Page 124 f - cc 99 Favorite Four Return in Fall lt was lfall Quarter and the lreshtnen returned tnot just the seasonal green ones. but 'llhe lfourj. 'llie ASIS bribed the weathernian and the old dear blessed us with a loyely Indian Sunnner. Maestro Harry xlaines was Ieatured at the an- nual soldier shindig: everyone had a swell time without Betty. Even though the fall was busy with football games, pep rallies. and decorating honieeotning lloats, soineone did manage a trip to Kentucky lor a few relies. 'l'here were jungle editorials. brass choir re- citals and club pictures. lhen there were l,EO'l'.-XRDS. 'l'he eoeds clad their liinbs in leotards. red and green and yellow and pink and black, etc., etc.. ete. 'I'he highlight ol' the quarter Caine on 'l'hanks- giving Day. Clennessee 'lleehw-l-1 and MTSU- nothing at alla Dr. llulian and the band also played the lianner Nlarrh. Someone permitted the seniors to write thenies fthey were really brainwashedj and several dis- covered they didn't know about eonnna-splic'es. 'l'he Pep Club tneinbers worked hard. and one noticed a niarked increase in the school spirit which had ebbed in tinies past. JIMMY SUMMERLAND croons his way to first place at Talent Night Pro- gram during freshman week .,,- 1.VA. 1V : K ing -5 1 T T in is 'X A BUSTER HATFIELD compares schedules with 'Fellow siuclenis SUSIE SADLER helps cheer Tech to a I4-to-nothing victory over the Normal School of Middle Tennessee ' E if sr I ANN BRADLEY and Tom McKinney get ready for the "balloon dance" during TCA Mixer THE CHARMING story of Chee Chee and the chicken Page 125 ANYBODY FIND a size I5? 11 W EAGER FRESHMEN know little of l:omorrow's grind BIOLOGY CLUB float in Homecoming Parade 3 is Q f , A gf L A M Q 5 ' . 2 wma f ww, A N f 2 ? 4 ' Q :iz , Q ik f Xg hw Q 5 ' f 'M M A , P gin ??' fggvx W ' 1 'ff' 1 i, ""' svfgf I .4 " " x X5 Wag-1 y gfwi X r q ' t kai VV , .:.'.,, Q. 4 , 5 , z ' - - , Q :Y V - , 5 " . , .,..: ,,,..,' 2 ' E- , I -f - -- 4 V .. r .. , .1,. Q- A -AQQ G 8 - , 5 --5 -V Www A Page 129 - WINTER QUEEN, Dot Leach Bohemians Romp t Winter Dance Man. winter quarter was heat. 'l'hat's right., the ASB sponsored a bohemian hall. 'DX cool tin1e was had hy the cats and chicks. who came to dig." jimmy Hagan, third ranking basketball scorer in the nation, was elected "King ol' Hearts," by the Tech women and crowned at the Backward Dance. The Aquatic Club presented its annttal water showg the theme depicted a world cruise. Bliflze Spirit was presented by the Tech Players and there were the customary record dances after the ball games. The weather was its usual. And then there was the episode oif the "reel miXup" at the Tech premiere ol' High Noon. lt was the only duel in history that the gun-lighters went to alter they had been shot. The seniors finally got their class rings, super- latiyes were elected and shipments of the EAGLE went to press. Nlembers ol' the Tech marching band partici- pated in the governors inaugural parade. Trum- peter Tacoby played in public programs and a 'swingingu time was enjoyed by all. lVinter quarter passed quickly: it was just an- other chapter in the students carefree lile. MIDDLE TENNESSEE STATE Teachers College Normal falls to last year's O.V.C. champs vw-11" THEIR NAMES, Faye Derryberry and Ganelle Samples lMr. Pinlcerton, ad- visorlg their motto, "keep talking", their goal "to win", their reward, "most honors won by any Tech debatorsn 7:30 P.M.-BUT, I told you not to come over tonight, l'm campused! CARL FRANKLIN introduces Jo Anne Hicks to Oscar I0:30 P.M.-Coeds watch girls come in with dates, their dates! Q?-VEQZLW - Wmzmiifv Page 731 JIM FITTS AND TOMMY MCPHERSON loolc for material for a ierm paper TECH AQUATIC CLUB PRESENTS "World Cruise" for their annual wafer slwow Page 132 .W lg af , M www NO, MICAELA, it's bridge-you can't bet on that 'Flush KAREN DUKE. a balladeer, entertained in public programs JEAN SKINNER applies Joyce Elam's make-up for the water show ANN MURRAY LIKES the continental type A NECESSARY evil-STUDY! Page 133 wx. -Q -if , ' , Qzilm , N: wb X Ros. ' 415' Z: ffl? .- L +233 3:13 216 1" ' ,y ' ' 2659? ,. -,. ,2 f ,V ,MM : ,,, V., ,W-Qvx X.q4y,x,A4 -1' u,1,f,gk1 , ,f,,,1,..-,e,f,.,f .vi 5 yu ,535 if - I .- ,, V ,V x V x A x , ,fi 'I-QQ.-1f,wgfw:,-f' .5 gf- , jg? ,Q L- M-jfgjfqo X., 1 . .. 9 91-011'92K3-F ', 2 mf w.,:wf- V "1 A., ., 4 5 w- ., 31, f ' ,fu 4 z z ff wr Z ww, 9-f'w..f, -'M,,w,x., - ff, v , ., f ' fb . ,Ww,M-f- , .Nm 'f -. 45" ' Q,-,fin ,'.4v,+4 ' V 'Q . Vx'-,fy 1--, b 7 35,,,,G-',,, s I f. 01-YS5, ::fi?,f22'f'ff,,-1-' ' 7. "-Q t :-'fi 'f 12 f?f:ff1 ,,,,Mqi,1,,,9,,4. 1,1 V.,1,?ff3.g,,,k ,,:.,wvMSWX:.,.,A ily, ,Q 9.74. , 3. .,., NLM.: ,, ,isi 1-1 Q : '21-if-Q2M'fM-fygw -awe bf, Wg, bw A "" '- ' , 3' 'ff-' 1 " , X, gg, zu M fm. f.,v,,Q - - f , f- - V ,. uw cm,-M. ,f :Q ' 17' ' 1" ' ' I CHEERLEADERS: Susie Sadler, Faye Derryberry, Ralph Anderson, Barbara Sullivan, Tommy Melton, Margaret Hickey, Micaela Sadler Cheerleaders Spark Games, Pep Rallies YVith a "GO GET ,EM EAGLES," Tech's cheerleaders show their get-up-and-go spirit. One of the best known groups of students on the Tech campus is the iron-throated cheerleaders. Urging cheers out of sometimes unresponsive spectators are this year's leaders: Tommy Melton, a four-year man, Faye Derryberry and Micaela Sadler, both in their second year ol' leading cheers, Barbara Sullivan, Margaret Hickey, Susie Sadler, and Ralph A-Xnderson who are all newcomers to the squad. lVith the help ol' the Pep Club, the cheerleaders have established a cheering section worthy ol? the title "QVC Champsfi Leonard Crawford, cheerleader sponsor, also enabled the cheering squad to attend all football games this year. Sparking all the lootball games with their yells, the cheerleaders stimulate enthusiasm and arouse spirit at all ol' Techis pep rallies preceding the games. This makes it plain to see that our student body is united in one voice. To the already mounting duties ol a cheerleader is a new and important one-that of holding an annual cheerleaders clinic. This clinic is held each sunnner on the Tech campus to encourage better student support in high school athletics. Page 136 EVEN THE COLD weather does not dampen the spirit of cheerleaders ,- SPARKINH' was presented to the Public Program Assembly JERRY HARPER APPLIES make-up 'co Betty Harward A REHEARSAL of Noel Coward's "Blitl1e Spirit" 15 E3 Q E V 255 " fifiisi: :Exit 3. 4' it 2 'E 25 it-iff Players Present 6Ghosts9, GSparkin9 Spring quarter of H158 saw the production of "Ghosts'l become a hit on the campus. 'lihe plot ol' this lbsen drama evolved around the agevold problems of the duties and obligations of one's religion. Janice Rogers and Gordon Meadors starred in the play, which was directed by Mrs. G. B. Pennebaker. During the tall quarter olf 1958, the 'llech Players presented "Sparkiny " in Public Programs. This was a one-act humorous skit concerning the roniantical escapades ol' a hillbilly boy and girl. Mary Frances lVray was featured as the meddle- some, yet Wise, grandmother. Harold Miller was the producer and director of the play. Betty Harward, Leslie Armos, Pat NVilliams, and Shirley -lo Kerr starred in "Blithe Spirit." a three-act domestic comedy by Noel Coward. The play's story tells ol a British author who is haunted by his dead wife while he is ruled by his second living spouse. Produced by .lack Ansely and student directed by Janice Rogers. the play was an early event in winter quarter. .-Xny student on the campus may try out lor a part in the skits and dramas which are presented each quarter by the 'l'ech Players. The 'l'ech Players are a sell'-linancing organiza- tion xvho utilize the intake ol' their plays to buy costumes, make-up and props. Page 137 s.,,sas,"ff'Q ii A. ,,., .- W gf' 'ea ,. is 1 -it g ags g- i . at HOMECOMING ROYALTY includes Queen, Pauline Graham, and her attendants, Faye Derryberry, Gale Gallagher, and Betty Harward Pauline Graham Reigns During Homecoming llonlecotning is a gala eyent at any school, and lennessee Tech is no exception. llunalreals ol' stu- alents were kept busy weeks in aalyance planning lor the special actiyities. 'Thoughts ol alorniitory alecorations. pep rallies anal bonlires. open house. the alance. the paraale. anal the gante accounteal lor wanalering niinals in classes. 'l'ech was oyerllowing with alunis. nntnis, anal lloats Satttralay niorning as the tension anal exaiteinent seetneal to increase its intensity a hunalrealliolal belore the Hontecotning paraale tnoyeal alowntown. Nine lloats, twenty-one high school banals liroin the 'licch area, anal four units ol' the Boy Scouts lrotn the Upper Cutnberlanal llistrict were entereal in the paraale. 'l'he cliniax ol' the paraale was the lloat. bearing lloniecotning Queen Pauline Crahani. a senior. anal her Royal Court consisting ol' Cale Callagher anal llartty Ilarwaral. juniors: anal lfaye Derryberry. a senior. Qtteen Pauline wore a white forinal eyening gown anal the traalitional alueen's cape of purple yelyet lineal with golal satin anal trinnneal in white lur. Miss Gallagher wore a real lace gown accenteal with pale pink. Miss llerryberry chose a turaluoise rul- lleal net alress. anal Nliss Ilarwaral was attireal in a coral alrcss ol' net with scallopeal lace inserts. lly game tinie appranainiately 8.4500 lans lilleal the staaliuni. Xlinning paraale lloats anal alorniitory aleaiora- tions anal trophies lor the best banals were announceal Page 138 aluring the pre-ganie ceretnonies. The untiring ellorts ol' the engineers ol' the 'l'SPL1 Club were rewaraleal by the aleeision ol' the iualges. 'liheir lloat "Flush XYestern" was natneal lirst place winner in the paraale. Seconal place winner was "Haye 'lieaini lVill 'l'rayel" sponsoreal by the Home Econotnias anal Aggie clubs. The Cheniistry Club was honoreal with thiral place. 'l'he lloats were liualgeal on cralitsnianship. original- ity. appropriateness. anal total ellectiyeness. 'lihe lloats haal their briel' nionients but stualents haal laboreal tnany hours lor those inontents. Football Queen Sanalra lirise. wearing a real sheath alress. was airowneal by Captain Dick Mann anal Al- ternate Captain Kloe lVhitson. Nliss Krise was alriyen on to the lielal in a black Coryette. llanal Sponsor, Nliss Carolyn Smith. was also pre- sentcal to the spectators aluring the pre-gaine actiyities anal ntarcheal with the banal. Alter an exciting lirst hall ol: liootball, the crowning ol' the Hotneconiing Queen. Pauline, by 4.513 Presi- alent. Ray Slate. highlighteal the hall'-time lestiyities. .Ks the sun went alown. 'liech lans were oyerjoyeal with the 7-fl yictory oyer that XX'estern lientucky Hill- toppers. ' 'l'he leash Troubaalours liurnisheal the niusic lor the llotncconting Dance which was helal lront 8 P.M. until l2 niialnight in Memorial Gytnnasiunt. BILLY SMITH gives some Iast minute instructions before the paracIe DURING the halfftime ceremonies, Queen Pauline was crowned by reaIIy begins ASB President Ray Slate "FLUSH WESTERN," the tloat of the TSPE CIub, won first place in the judging 'Qui - 1 I Q ' :ska Q.,-tffgypf 497 2-girl, ywfyip, iii' 'I my 5- were ,ff 1 'fix Q 'iff , ..,,,, m.,.,,.',y1'q.s5A"" 5 k Page 739 CLYDE HEMBREE, Editor in-Chief saws: .CQ ORACLE UNE 1-ENNESSEETE g mplicaot, WN XCA sms Amwqly Rell?ioUL, L Y' W, BETTY HARWARD, Managing Editor, loolcs very pleased with this edition of "The Oracle" Uracle Ranks All- meriean Voieing the thoughts and events ol' the campus, the 'llech Orrzrlzf a J nears bi-weekl ' throughout tlie year. This l l a , year's Orrzffr' is superyisecl by Clycle Henibree. CtllL0l'-l11- chief, and Betty Harwarcl. managing eclitor. Alter receiying the All-fXn1erit'an rating uncler last yearls eclitor. Barbara Hloocl. the N58-59 stall is working many hours to maintain this high stanclarcl which has been retainecl lor a nuinber ol' years. The paper is gracletl aecortling to eoyerage, Content, ancl physical properties. The Ornflz' was ratetl superior on news coverage. lt was also given the rating ol' ex- cellent on erezttiyeness, aefuratiy. eclitorial Content anal leatures. 'lhe Oirzflf' is serious business to those who volunteer their tinie antl talents as newspaper inen anal women. Behintl the lout'-page eclition lies the work not only ol' the eclitors. but also ol' the business manager. the sports eclitor. photographers. t'0llllIllllSl,S. atul the stall reporters. 'llheir ellorts are in eritlelice in the publica- tion ol' up-to-tlate events in autl arountl 'lleuuessee Tech. Each year the Assoeiatecl Collegiate Press holcls a convention lor analyzing stucleut newspapers anal year- books. Clytle leleiubree. Betty Harwarcl ancl Bob Harris attencletl the lll5S convention in Chicago. November l2- ln. NEWS STAFF-Chris Cantrell, Frankie Hendrixson, Sue Haste, Diane Harinetl, and Janice Rogers busily try 'co meet the deadline xl' Page 140 l 5 l i JIM LONG, Business Mana edition ger, spends many ho books 'Za'- SPORTS EDITOR, Bob Harris, posts the assignments for the next SPORTS STAFFERS Pat Haste, Don Kress, Sam Harlin, and Pete Preston examine the pictures they plan to use urs baiancing the EDITORIAL STAFF-Ciarence Guyette, Jim Fitts, Jack Werner Tommy I-Iuftine, Page 147 s in--..n DIANE HARTNETT, Editor-in-Chief COPY EDITOR Ann Murray files her copy in preparation coming deadline BUSINESS MANAGER Clyde Flynt checks the sales progress of the I959 Eagle 1" . ,..M.g:,. .x. -' rnvf' ,,. t- img ,,. 'for the Eagle Format ls onservative, Formal The Iiorinal Iorniat. ol' the I959 EAGLE is designed to depict a inore conservative and traditional annual. The Cover is especially designed to utilize the school colors ol' gold and purple. Diane .'X. Ilartnett, English inajor front Nashville is editor-in-cshieli and Clyde Flynt. industrial inanageinent inajor Iroin Peekskill, New York, serves as the yearbookis business inanager. Dr. Guy Stewart is the publications advisor. Getting the EAGLE ready lor the press and the stu- dent body requires inany long hours of carefully planned and tedious work by the stall' editors. the photographers, and each individual stall ineinber. This year. the EAGLE has a working stall' ol' approxi- inately Iiorty-Iiye nienibers, who devote their tiine and abilities in an ellort to prodnee tl yearbook, ol' which the college and the students could be proud. To lighten the work ol' the other sections, this year's staff editors are aided by the addition ol a Copy stall. The copy stall' is in charge of writing and editing all copy and headlines which appear in the yearbook. The stall' is supervised by qxlllilllllil .Xnn Nlurray. lfnglish inajor Iroin Crandall, Georgia. The ACP Convention in Chicago was attended by Diane Hartnett. Betsy Singleton and Clyde Flynt. BUSINESS STAFF-White Watkins, Margaret McLean, Circulation Manager Jim Long, Betsy Singleton, and Charles Womack B59 EAGLE Page 142 Illnrm-......... -.-. Q Q1 CLASS EDITORS-All Classes Editor, Donald Lyellg Freshman Editor, COPY STAFF-Faye Beaty, Ailan Kelly, Mary Grace Willis, and Larry Norman: Hollis Hutfineg Junior Editor, Ed Hullender. Second row: Sophomore Editor, Betty Jean Hawkins: Senior Editor, Barbara Poole: Linda Sain, Judy Cox Faye Jones are kept busy proof-reading and typing , -...g"".1'f-1:1 C aw:-W' ' ADMINISTRATION EDITOR Dot McRae, and Organizations Editor, Dot Cantrell with her staff ot Patsy Morgan, Georgia Ann Flippen, Carolyn Smith, Kay Hicks, Betty Thomas, Barbara Blankenship, and Shirley Ray SPORTS EDITOR Don Kress and Jim Murray discuss which picture to use as Military Editor, Gary Harber, crops the pictures he has selected tor his section W 'ff 'Xia ,,, V SQ? XZ. . 'W . kj' Tsai t"?..' we P3 Q I K ii ' ' I XL ' : ' ' ., INDEX EDITOR, Mary Jo Durhamg Features Editor Mary Elizabeth Lauderdale with her statt ot Doris Ann Phillips, Jeannie Eppersong and Activities Editor Louise Amonett with her assistant, Peggy Isenberg LAPSLEY C. EWING, JR. AND RICHARD DAVIS are staff pho- tographers tor Oracle and Eagle Page 143 lulian Directs Band For Eighth Year The Tech "Marching Music Makers" are recog- nized throughout the South as one ol' the best college bands. The gold-ai1d-white-clad unit has performed for each honie football contest, plus journeying to Florence, Ala., to participate in the F.S.U.-Tech hall'-tinie ceremonies. Burl Jenkins, drum major, directed the niarch- ing unit for his second year. Miss Carolyn Smith was band sponsor. Dr. julian, in his eighth year as band direc- tor, is one of Tech's niany outstanding graduates. Under his guidance. the band presents the best in concert inusic and also top entertainnlent lor the hall'-time shows. One of the niost noticeable changes in the band this year is the new arrangement ol' the "Tech Hyinnfl Featuring all the sections, the "new sound," as arranged by E. YV. Steinquest. adds dignity, solenin spirit, and distinctiveness to our Alina Mater. During the concert season, the band gives from lifteen to twenty concerts on and off the cainpus. One of this year's concerts was performed before the state teachers assenibly in Nashville. TENNESSEE TECH MARCHING BAND DR. JULIAN, Band Director Page 144 'IT H TENNESSEE TECH CHOIR: First row: Gail Workman, Gale Weddington, Anne Bradley, Janet Jenson, Linda Huddleston, Brenda Bradshaw, Susanne Bacon, Cecilia Jones, Dr. Wade. Second row: Judy Hodges, Barbara Rudd, Jackie Williams, Jo Anne Clark, Cynthia Roberson, Jo Ella Blackburn, Elaine Cate, Susy Black. Third row: John Bowling, Wayne Manning, Chet Hedgecothe, Danny Treadway, Leroy Shaffner, Jimmy Garrett, Paul Lohorn, Lewis Butler, James Wintree. Fourth row: Ron Roark, Jerry White, Albert Wood, Norman Woodall, Rolland Seward, John Bridges, Terry Turney, Bill Moore Choir Has 34 Voices The fl-L voices of the Tech Choir blend in perfect harinony under the direction olf Dr. Hlalter Hlade. who received his doctorate lfroni Northwestern University in August of l958. The choir which represents at select group olf vo' calists makes a tour in the winter quarter and gives concerts on the campus. They sing a Variety of sacred and secular songs. Band Has High teppers Periorniing during hall-tinie ceremonies and lead- ing parades are the chief duties of the highstepping twirlers ol' the Tech Marching Band. Known for their unusual twirling and dance routines, this years group have featured precision Iire-twirling in their acts. C. Basket is head twirlerg niajorettes are Pat Adams. Nancy Bacon, Gale Hleddington and Peggy Hackett. DRUM MAJOR, Burl Jenkins TWIRLERS Peggy Hackett, Gale Weddington, J. C. Basket, Pat Adams, and Nancy Bacon Page 145 THE TECH TROUBADOURS Garrett Leads Tech Gclazzmenn The familiar theme, "Laura," announces the 'Kswinging jazmiair' ol' Tech--the Troubatlours, who are clirectecl by tlimniy' Garrett. This year's aggrega- tion features the original eonipositions of Barry Mc- Donalcl and WVayne Pegram plus arrangements ol' old dancing slanclarcls. The Troubatlours are in clemancl for inliormal ancl formal campus tlanees. Composed ol' live saxaphones, four trumpets, four trombones, piano, bass and clrums. the group provides an outlet for the individual talents of the musicians and supplies the campus clemantl lor the best of popu- lar clance music. Each spring the Troubaclours tour the state high schools to publicize Tech ancl Teelfs musical talents. JIMMY GARRETT, Director TRUMPETS: Rolland Seward, Ron Beamer, Bill Ha- SAXAPHONES: Gene Barnard, John Bell, Way gan, Barry McDonald Pegram, Ed Leamon, Kenny Hull PERCUSSION: Chel Hedgecoihe, Ed Meyer, Paul TROMBONES: Albert Wood, Jerry White, Lohorn Flynt Page 146 Dances Are Work and . . . Fun T K mam iz sums PRELIMINARY PLANS began long before the event was to talce AS THE TIME approached, those on the decorating committee place began 'co work on the back props EK FINISHING TOUCHES are put on the booth from which bids will THE MILITARY BALL featured Harry James and his orchestra be sold-just one of the countless projects be-L N 'KW ww NWN, THE GYM was beautifully decorated to the theme "Nightlife in Manhattan" for the Engineers' Ball Page 147 a-ml Wr If 1. .r ,W -my '-J THE LARGEST graduating class in Tech's history consisting of 539 seniors Graduation ls a Steppingstone to Future Receiving a tllljltllllll 111ea11s dillerent tl1i11gs to niany students. To so111e it nieans tl1e passing ol. an llIlP01'l2'tllL phase ol' lil'e itsell: to others it rneans a sleppingstone to tl1e luture. College is niore than classrooms and labs-it is a way ol' life lilled with IICXV lriends, 11ew ideas, new problems, and new challenges. Graduation Day is the cliniax of four years ol' XVOI k. Graduation is the day ol reward. This reward costs tl1e receiver lllillly days and years ol' sorrow and happiness. Nuinerous successes lill the undergraduates' days, but there are llllIllCll0llS lailures. The years ol dances, picnics, ball garnes, registra- tion lines, nights ol' study Zllltl "frantic Cl'21lllll1l11gU sud- de11ly conie to a paradoxically sad and l1appy close in the last week. Tl1e largest class in Tet'h's history passed for tl1e linal review. Five hundred and thirty-nine seniors re- ceived their diploinas. Prior to the class ol' '58, the largest graduating class was i11 H755 with 455. Now alter havi11g Iilled out stacks ol' lornis, burned hours ol' niidnight oil and purchased tl1e class ring. tl1e '58 graduates stood posed for the grand linale. The final phase ol' college lile began on Sunday, May 25. at 4 BNI. with the Baccalaureate sernion. Dr. Charles .-X. Trenthani, rninister ol the First Baptist Church in Knoxville, delivered the sernion. Following the Baccalaureate service, l'1'esident and Page 148 Nlrs. llerryberry honored tl1e seniors. parents. laculty, y and guests at their l1o111e with a reception lllltl bullet supper. Tl1e big day had arrived. Last niinute preparad tions were niade, gowns were pressed and llllllg up to wait, lIl0l'l.2ll'lJO2l1'tlS a11d tassels were straightened and l'CSll'2ilglltCllCtl. Then, as suddenly asa sniile ora tear, y tl1e processional had lornied. Dr. XV. Edwin Ricliardson, president ol' Bethel College in Hopkinsville. Ky., was the connnenceinent speaker. President Everett Derryberry called the roll lor the last tiine, Dr. xlanies .-X. Barksdale presented tl1e diplonias to tl1e seniors. Recipient ol' the Howard Scholarship Award was Miss Barbara Jean XVood: tl1e presentation was made by Dean Barksdale. .Xlter the awarding ol' diplonias, 23 niilitary science seniors were C0lIlllllSSlOllCtl as ol- licers in tl1e United States .fXr1ny. It was all over, but it was really only the beginning. Tl1ese young nien and wonien had attained their sheep- skin Zllltt now they would leave Tennessee Tech to be- COIIIC the business and prolessional leaders ol' tonior- row. They had earned their diplonias-the synibol of tl1e educational goal lor which they were striving. That briel' jaunt across tl1e stage was the beginning of a longer journey which is called LIFE. Q 'gm , ' ,, 1 rw 'aw J-1, fu,,,1',T' 5 N--Q, I H552 1 '1f?f'9i.e1'fw ,MQSYQFVY . W . - H- qiwsgy A Wgwiif W - , J I -V w,.ff,. '-W-"Twig , gfewf ' V V V gfsffg Q -- , .35 4 if was W X 1 1? iyfx 7.33 4s.,,,:b, M., ,y . f Y1Jmk'. In - 1-1,5-5-ull if 1- '1"llw'?ff ?g' - . e-af,xf,,gr'fff4arM:- 1. 55. - . , A ,. ,Qfsaew ss 'X 1' zz? if yi ,S g- my -P Y - fi -- , -'gd SENIORS WALK across the quad for the last time as one class THE COMMENCEMENT speaker was Dr. W. Edwin Richardson, president of Bethel College MITZI LONG ADJUSTS Dick Moore's gown as they prepare to SENIORS ARE SERVED at the buffet supper given by President and begin the final processional Mrs. Derryberry in their honor if i ,f f3'ifQf.?f . at g 5 ' rr wr i A xvie? fl". 5, up ,W w ' ik -Q. A... A Page 149 Mar nn Pike Is ueen of Ma Court Queen Mary Ann Pike reigned over the annual N358 May Day lestiyities which were presented uncler the auspices ol' the H158 graduating class. Miss ,Xnnelle Boekrnan was her Maitl ol' Honor. Other tnenrhers ol' her Royal Court inrlutlecl '1'ec'h Superlatiyes: Miss Tech. Barhara XVootl: Tech Sweetheart. Pat Bearclen: Prince ol' Person- ality. Null 'liuekeri Bachelor oi' ligliness. Ernest Burke. 'lihe eight eleetecl class beauties attencletl the queen anti C'0IIllJOSCtl the rest ol' the court. 'these girls were: lreshinen. Sally Powers and Nialissa Knottg sophomores. Barbara Sanlortl anal Shirley Stone: juniors. Betty Thomas anti lVantia Sue McMurry: anal seniors, Nancy Franks and Char- lotte Alcorn. Queen Mary .-Xnn ascended to the throne where she was crowned hy ASB President Bob Rose. 'lihe traclitional May Pole Dance was perlorniecl for MAY QUEEN' Marv Am' Pike Her Highness hy girls clressetl in solt colors ol' aqua, yellow. anti coral. The nielnhers ol' the court wore aqua lorinals. THE ROYAL COURT-First Row: Sally Powers, Ernest Burke, Barbara Sanford, Wanda Sue McMurry, Betty Thomas, Shirley Stone, Null Tucker, Malissa Knott. Second Row: Jack Werner, Clyde Hembree, Charlotte Alcorn, Pat Bearden, Shirley Bottoms, Joan McMurry, Barbara Wood, Nancy Franks. Third Row: Tommy Melton, Wade Smith, Ed Mason, Mike Quillen, Betty Brown, Johnny Hale,JiiEeE:urM2Ly Ann, Bob Rose, Annelle Bockman, Dick Murphy, Bob Harris, Bob Wood, 1 l Page 150 QUEEN MARY ANN Pike followed by train bearers, Jack Munroe and Clyde Hembree, ascends to the throne to be crowned THEN THE MAIDENS performed their annual Maypole Dance in honor of the Queen AS HER HIGI-INESS reigned, the 'Flower maidens danced for her enjoymenl: Page 151 m .A mm i6 FE TUBES PRESI DENT, Ray Slate VICE-PRESIDENT, Tommy Huffine A B upervises Student Activities "NVe the students of Tennessee Tech, in order to promote character and initiative through the respon- sibilities of effective organization, and to promote co- operation in solving problems of general interest to the student body and faculty, do ordain and establish this constitution for the Associated Student Body." This, the preamble of its constitution, is the goal of the ASB, the student government of the Tech campus. Every student at Tech is a member of the ASB. The council is composed of 10 members, who hold elective offices. The president this year is Ray Slate, a senior business management major, vice-president is Tommy Hufline, an English major, secretary, Bill Balch, a social science major, treasurer, jimmy Fuqua, a mechanical engineering major. The pattern of selecting the ASB ofliceis from each of the classes is followed in order to assure adequate representation for the council. The president of the Tech NVomen's Organization, the president of the Tech Men's Dorm Organization, and class presidents are also members of the council. President Everett Derryberry and Dean Malcolm Quillen, chairman of the Student Activities commit- tee, are ex-officio members. The sponsored activities of the ASB are many and Page 154 varied. Its primary job is to be the voice of the stu- dents and the coordinator of all student activities, thus the work of the president and his council never stops. Constantly striving to secure democratic representa- tion for the opinions of the individual student, the ASB is the IIIOSL powerful and effective organ for stu- dent government. The task of orientating freshmen into the Tech way of life is directed by the ASB. A fair and proper initiation program is designed to help the freshman become an integral part of the student body. Initia- tion lfVeek is climaxed by the ASB Court for erring freslnnen and unreasonable upperclassmen. Two or three Public Programs per quarter are un- der the auspices of the ASB, who try to feature campus talent such as the Troubadours. The ASB is in charge of all campus elections as well as planning most social and recreational activities. Dances after ball games, the chartering of buses for away games, complete charge of all Homecoming festivities, and the all- campus picnic are found on the ASB agenda. The ASB is the key organization on the campus for it links the students and the administration into a com- plete unit. SECRETARY, Bill Balch TREASURER, James Fuqua ASSOCIATED STUDENT BODY COUNCIL-Jim Fitts, Junior Class President: Freddie Johnson, Freshman Class President: Wade Smith, Senior Class President: James Fuqua, ASB Treasurer: Tommy Huffine, ASB Vice-President: Ray Slate, ASB President: Bill Balch, ASB Secretary: Faye Derryberry, TWO President: Dan Sane ders, Sophomore Class President: Wayne Hickman, TMDO President. Standing: President Derryberry. Dean Quillen. J! Page 155 'a Y 5 ,v 2 ez Z ' , Qi' 2 H r W , f 5, , 4' 5 6' 1 Q X MJ ,Qi ' Q , gi 3' ffl if 'LD iff: f 213 "Q Q A 1 ,. gy 1 -. xi. xx sr JX ' A , ri, 5 ff- W 5 1' y ' , .iw . ix 'Q , ,fe f .. , , N1 Z Hz 21 wk , ,, W Vwxwkwbfx Vckgqff Y f .Q 'll' w 1, 4 f xg ,, ,, I ww x .. , Mwmmw MM ml 5 -A U :,, f I H' E X 'lf fi . 5? f i xx X Qf Z 2 a gg S 54 6 . Q 2 , X . ' 2 In , 1 , ' je" y M! 3 1 is.. Z f I 4 gf ,W 1' gf if Q., 1' 9 1 2 ,ts if E, L ., 'S YE fa 'Q . x Y fax 5 H 55 kg, . an E352 . 5 ' 5, C X , jj, , if , fl gm? . G, "ZW 431' - 11 M55 ,fa ' M ,Y X 'W 1 ,AA w A 4 .. W if J ",.i'afg' an xx , , , ,Vw qgff -M: ., 4 W ,f,,,w:.,.,eH - U, f 33?-Q, if ina-2' E"fmNQ,,,..,v K ' H -i L " S 7 g J Vw 1 X-Q: y N' , 'ill Q , ww 8' ,. 'g1.A,2,5zj- W gk KN- 4 ' , , fm, , .WN ,F 1 .7,, , ly , . N M A . AQ 'Q ' 'Y ' :Q--ffm' A X N Q A 2, -fm, W' 2 f . ' ff 6 x A - s , ' . H , kg' 5 'V ss f Qi' K' x we fl . , W A W H AQ. '21'!w"M 'J -x, 2 1 A, Wwnk :aff 1 AM ww PM A 1' 1' 1 4' l,,5f 'qs J ll., ,V r- 1, W V .Www .uw WM W , WWMN V f mw,M-M..w..m.v.W U, - M MWww,.w.mwW 4. .X Www-W. N.. ,. ,WW . D M , W ,wr 4 Q www X WW WMW Q Mm, we Wm ,.A..M .VM N . W...f.MW,,f.mV,9,,N,,q M ww .1 ' 'E x -13,1 W , A :Arm a md J" MU 1 K ,U 3 Var Www QM ,MM V . .K , H W me J Www mf' aww' wk 1 4 1 wma 1 K , . ,ff N 'W N +4 W f,..,vWWmm.,, Q...,Q --WM an ,sf M K af 14 . V as 'if r 4. wh r Q 3' fn ,g ix. it Q, , .XV Q Honorary Society Scholastic Achievement Sylvia Wanda Hardy-School of Arts ancl Sciences The Honorary S o c i e t y of Scholastic Achievement was an idea conceived by the 1958 editor of THE EAGLE, Ken Cooper, which had the Whole-hearted support of the administration. The society seeks to en- courage scholastic achievement at Tennes- see Tech by honoring the senior in each ol the five schools with the highest scholastic average. The averages were based on the records of the Registrars ofiice files. The honor goes to Sylvia VVanda Hardy, a So- cial Science major from Pulaski, Frazier Lyle Solomon, an Accounting major from Nashville, Barbara jean Poole, an Elemen- tary Education major from Rossville, Geor- gia, Patsy Anne Reynolds, a Home Eco- nomics Education major from Granville, and James Lloyd Grissom, an Electrical Engineering major from Bone Cave. Patsy Anne Reynolds-School of Agriculture and Home Economics Frazier Lyle Solomon--School of Business Administration James Lloyd Grissom-School of Engineering Barbara Jean Poole-School of Education Page 157 iii? All-OVC Players llulm Nloorlmczicl. lfoullxlll Fullbzwk: .lim Hilgilll. Basketball Comer: and Rudolph Slfhlllillflll. lfoollm Emi. Nm lJil'llll'Cd. kI2ll'kiC P621T5Ul1. B21SkCll32lH Guunl. ' Q ,K X wifi MISS FRANKIE WOMACK Military Queen MISS PATRICIA BEARDEN T-Club Queen MISS MICAELA SADLER Business Society Queen 5 2 ,E I 1 5 Crganizational Queens MISS PATRICIA MOORE Society of Engineering Queen MISS PATRICIA SUDDARTH Aquatic Club Queen MISS JANE CLARK Home Economics Queen Page 159 Sonny Reynolds Cla ucl Lamar .1 Viva Ewion Ray Slaie Page 160 Jackie Cowherd Wade Smith Who 7110 David Compton Tommy Melton Faye Derryberry James Grissom Otis McCowan S5533 2 Buddy Reynolds Page 161 s? 55 wr . TEM , 2. 5 l Page 162 Frazier Solomon , L., :W 573 Wlnhngq l Barbara Poole l l l 4 Kirby Pollard Jimmy Garrett Wh Jo Anne Clark uf, John Mason Diane Harinett 'ho Donald Burr Peggy Kemp 4.-6 John Holliman M91 'Page 163 Leon Boyd Page 164 Patsy Reynolds Harold Morgan Hugh Wayne Denny ....-ul Who Ganelle Samples Harold Buifrey Jane Clark Jol1n Moorhead Lloyd Campbell Bill Balch Page 165 S R A. N xx sw vw, .g,,,M.,,M 1, M,,,W- g m, ,W N, U '1 agqri mf M131 Zz X 4 Sd-1 ' .... , If sf' MwQz:,ggmz :MSE my :Lk Va 91 ., Q J A 5' mm? ' wig 52 wig ii? wfwiifialg , 'Wiz h52:g'fi:::11 .ifszi s W, g me Dfw U F ,. ,. ,.gffWW "'e4wiA " qvvf' 7. , W, W --,- ...., . ,..,. ., , S. -Q . M 53,3 . my Mwnys.. M www N: ,f Y ,ni 5255? , Q LTLPZW' ,gF,,Cl1?gMgffi5g5b1 .g, ? D. W, W qqbp W 9 ,J 'T1Ws1H+,:f:'i?',QwAf,v:f:.22:i11,b1?wff5iw 1 Aw 2 . fx , - "5'a?, if?'Ee13wxI wymz. gangs- W ' . 4 ,,waa1mama:w'42fs9'MxzfZww ,ffm . Q fwwwav-wwwwmwwuwfff If ww f: NWwfww:,r4wwwfWyW -,my . f V A f f Page 172 4s.f f yfffn fZQ'C'f?fAfffll'f MARGARET LYNN HICKEY Page 174 FAYE CAROL DERRYBERRY -QKLCAGQW 7 yfydbwda THOMAS LARRY MELTON 59 602 Y ll 8676 PATRICIA ANN BEARDEN iw 31 s ix 34 2 E z S 5 E X7 Zz ev 5 E 5, S ,ww -mwwwm-ww K COLONEL EUBANKS-Professor of Military Science and Tactics ROTC Regiment Trains Cadets In Leadership The Tech Reserve Ollirers Training Corps is responsible for the training ol' potential ollicers. The primary purpose ol' the ROTC unit is to in- struct the cadets in all phases of military leacler- ship. lor these stuclents ol' toclay will he the ol'- lieers in the Armed Forces ol' tomorrow. lnclufletl Within the general military program is regular classroom instruction in such subjects as aclministration, weapons, ancl tactics. Drill is helcl once weekly cluring the spring ancl fall quarters. .X summer camp session olllers the caclets an op- portunity lor practical application ol' classroom melhocls anal knowledge. The 1958 summer camp was helcl at Fort Bragg ancl is attenclecl alter the completion of the junior year. The aclvancetl program lor juniors anal seniors is available only to selectecl cadets who have ex- eelletl cluring the regular two-year compulsory courses anal wish to lurther their military careers. These caclets receive a commission in the regu- lar Arniy upon graduation. Military training is compulsory for all males except those who have had prior service or a clisability. ROTC CADRE STAFF-Front Row: Capt. Capps, Capt. Taylor, Maj. Burz, Col. Eubanlcs, Capt. Ferrer, Capt. Anderson, Capt. Prevatt. Back Row: Sgt. Oliver, Sg Copeland, SFC DeVall, SFC Weber, M!Sgt. Williams, SFC Wynne, SFC Arnold, Sgt. Copeland, Sgt. Wedwiclc 1 . s -fe -v .. ,V -. ' 1-.' f:Fmf'. ,"Q,'y :fel Page 180 The efficient operation of the Tech ROTC regi- nient is supervised by Col. C. A. Holmes Eubanks, PMSEQT. The Tech regiment is noted for its high level of military precision and acconiplish- ment and the unit continues to receive superior ratings at the annual inspections. Nliss Frankie lVoniack was the N58 Military Queeng she was presented at the annual ball, which is sponsored by the Cryphons, the cadet of- ficers club. Harry James and his band were fea- tured at the dance. Attendants to the queen were Misses Joyce Elani, Brenda Hayes, Deanie Dyer, and Virginia Stonecipher. During the fall quarter sponsors were chosen to perform with the ROTC unit on special oc- casions such as Arnied Forces Day. Mrs. Nellie lVebb was nanied reginiental sponsor: Sandra Krise was niade sponsor for the First Battaliong and Betty Harward was chosen for the Second Battalion. Ten other coeds served as sponsors for the individual conipanies. Extra-curricular activities are offered beyond the scope of conipulsory instruction. These in- clude the ROTC band, the Rifle teani, the Cryphons, and the Rebel Rifles, a precision drill team. Located near the niain canipus, the ROTC facil- ities include the administrative ofhces, classroonis, rifle range, and laboratories. ROTC SPONSORS: Top: Sandra Krise, Pat Adams, Charlene Turner, Patti Paiion Bottom Harriet! Martin Linda Johnson Brenda Georgianna Walker, Nelly Webb, Franlue Womack Betty Harward Cathy Richardson ff' REG-IMENTAL STAFF-Front: Cadet Colonel James M. Webb, Jr., Regimental Commander. Left to Right, Rear: Lt. Colonel Buddy L. Reynolds, Executive Otticerg Maj. Melvin H. Brown, Regimental S-lg Maj. Harold D. Morgan, Regimental S-35 Regimental Sgt. Major, John T. Loggins COMPANY Col. Webb Heads Regimental taff I,ezitlership ability in any lielcl is 11 jnriceless asset. 'I'he ROTC Regi- niental Staff is cotnposecl ol' those out- stztncling caclets who have cleinon- stizitecl military apt.it,ucles zincl lC2ltlCl'- ship cjuztlities. Cziclet Col. .IZIIIICS Nl. lVeblJ hezicls the Regimental Staff. The Executive Officer is Lt. Col. Bticlcly l.. Reynolds. In fliarge ol' personnel is Major Mel- vin Brown, S-l: Nlklkjfll' Hzitoltl Nlot- gzin. S-3, supervises the tt'z1iningojJet'z1- tions: and John 'If Loggins is the Regimental Sgt. Major. Few are born to tionnnzintl: the cziclet lezulers are seleetecl not only be- cfztuse they possess the t'etjuii'ecl apti- tiicles but because they ztte czipztble ol' tleveloping these zttttibntes in others. Nlilitary leziclershij: inust be clevel- ojmecl. lhe nteztsure ol' at iiiilitzity leztclei' is his ability to inspire inen to lollow so that he inzty ziecoinplisli his niission. which is the pt'inizn'y llllly ol' the cizitlet ollicers :ls well as the iegtilzti' .'Xt'iny ollic'e1'. Cadet Capt. George Cranford, Company Commander suv r 'Z 'il G 19' ii Ksstqtwsaf B br - W imma-lu " ti ummm w :Bullies tial! annnunsnasiius nlnllusiwlltltlsi iiiiiiiiiiigi 1 0 I Q K Q K x it X 'E 'E l' Nw Page 182 ,- Q '55353?39'?'Z'PS'F we 7 MQW W A fmt . aww 35255322 fa " we kg E 1: f- 2 t a an .g. 'V' 8 Q f EwwQWMmWQt'-aiEf Cadet Capt. Thomas Medley, Company Commander COMPANY "B" COMPJXNY Cadet Capt. John Williams, Company Commander ,. ,. .. I .... ...L..,.iTI 5.53 " af xi imwmilf , , ,, A A 5 ""' mm f mwwn mamma WN '4WBB3'iiPlf msnimmamma 533553 E UW B492 gm sm an WH QU? Q' Page 183 IST BATTALION STAFF-Front: Lt. Col. William E. Oalces, Battalion Commander: Maj. Sonny D. Reynolds, Executive Officer. Left to Right, Rear: Lt. Harold D. Heath, Battalion S-I: Capt. James A. Clifton, Battalion S-3: Lt. Marion K. Wynne, Battalion S-41 Battalion Sgt. Major Melvin T. Huffine ww . , .... COMPANY CGD" Cadet Capt. Damon Agse, Company Commander Oakes Commands First Battalion First Battalion Connnancler is Lt. Col. Xvlllllllll li. Oakes. His stall' mem- bers ineltule: Major Sonny D. Rey- nolcls, Captain james .-X. Clifton, First l.t. Harolcl D. Heath, anal First Lt. Marion Hlynne. .-X regiment must have Illitlly eaclet olliciers. for the eflettiyeness ol' the unit clepencls primarily on the com- petence olf the leaclers. The ranks may learn tactical skills, but without the property ol' leatler- ship the Tech ROTC unit would be inelteetiye. A m i l i t ary oflicer. whether he is a battalion ollicer or a general, must be able to clireet his men competently. His task is :lil- lifult. Certain basic qualities are essential lor a military leader. These inclutle intelligence, character, alertness, self- eonliclence, pricle, anal ambition. W'ith the proper application of these quali- ties, the eaclet ollicers ol the First Battalion strive to eommancl without arrogance, to obey without resent- ment ancl to serve without reservation. Q sw sidumuunitlk BTBWQLIQLU il.li5ilmLif,lfHl1 565 East slr pg . gm n hm an i Ere: Page 184 . f V: .y ,wwmwlu 52' E. vw lug '35 4 an ,twin I ii Cadet Capt. James Foster, Company Commander Cadet Capt. Donald E. Burr, Company Commander 'nav' IVY av f :V --v-- .1 ..... i Ni hu uw- , U -V - Wi - 'st mvwmw mwsivwfswm Hskwmsww fmmmau bwwakiaah Qmsaiwsw ewuzsewm mvmsfww L M Qwanmmafmwx susswmm nu 3555553 'fr ! QQ COMPANY COMPANY " -wmnynn 'V ..... ' wwmm mums ywwwm xawsssweumle 'fmsliik maxaman .Q Q ' ' 61 .. I4 wmunwnwnususssua fwmwwmnmmquu sfimxmpggp sam! Www E BWI!!! B-twain DENIM ?Ja?4"'! Q H1 wuz Y 'MER Ewa E55 H013 Page 185 it ' ZND BATTALION STAFF-Front: Lt. Col. Wallace A. Kell, Battalion Commander. Rear: Capt. Tony B. Winters, Battalion S-31 Lt. Dennis W. Hiclcman, Battalion S-lg Lt. William B. Taylor, Battalion S-41 Battalion Sgt. Major John T. Mason COMPANY MGB, Cadet Capt. Claude L. Stults, Company Commander Cadet Kell Leads Second Battalion .Xt no tnne in the lnstoiy ol our nation has tliere been a greater need lot' niilitaiy leaders. For tliis reason tlte nienibers and otlicers ol' tlie lecili Second llattalion are a sinall yet vital part ol' otn' national clelense. Leading tlie battalion is I.t. Col. lVallat:e Iiellg liis statf olliciers are Maj. .lolin Moorlieacl, Capt, Tony lVilllCl'S, First I.t. Dennis Ytlayne Hickman and First I.t. lX'illian1 Taylor. Conipany l'OIIl1I1E111ClC1'S loin tlie regi- inent are Captains George CIi'anl'ot'cl. 'Ilioinas Nleclley, xlolin XX'illian1s. Danton A-Xgee, Alaines Foster, llonaltl Bu1'i', Claude Sliults, -lit, and Randall Stewart. Sgt. Major for the First Bat- talion isloininy Hl1lllIlC.2llltlxltJllll 'If Mason is tlie Second l5attalion's Sgt. Nlayioix .W .. XY 'Q Page 186 NW' annssldlllrl nassaui JeW"'d ' g 5 E E l , 'fs 'X 5 , ' Cadei Capt. Randall Stewart, Company Commander THE REBEL RlFLES-Cadet 2nd Lt. Samuel King, Commander COMPANY "H" REBEL RIFLES -Q-eq Q Page 787 'T ,im A, i THE RIFLE TEAM-First Row: Dallas Smith, Charles Palmer, Ed ar Sellers, B M D Id B dd R l RIFLE TEAM ROTC BAND g arry c ona , u y eynods, Sonny Reynolds. Second Row: Eugene Brown, Dale Flowers, William Gowan, Capt. Ferrer, George Aust, Robert Brogan, Jack Huff Cadet 2nd Li. Jerry White, Commander than Page 188 Cadets May loin Xuxiliar Activities .-Xn integral part ol' the ROTC program are the diverse activities ol' such auxiliary organizations as the Rebel Rilles, Rille Team and ROTC band. Known throughout the South for r their excellence in precision drilling, the Rebel Rilles are commanded by 2fLt. Samuel King. They attended the l958 Cotton Carnival in Mem- plus. The marksmen ol' the rille team compete in both postal and inter- collegiate matches. Cadet lfLt. YVil- Q liam Mcillonough was awarded a plaque lor outstanding performance SFC DevALL INSTRUCTS cadets in the use of the 3.5 rocket launcher at the H358 National Rille Match. Under the direction of 2nd Lt. Travis XV. XVhite, the ROTC Band is composed ol: approximately 36 mem- bers. lt is the band's duty to provide a rhythmic cadence for marching, ancl special military music. SGT. OLIVER and Cadet Li. Davis instruct two cadets on free traverse of 30 cal. machine gun s g Mm' . N- K , LSL! gf' , -L vfvfk W V-7 Page 189 GEN ERAL VVESTMORE- LAND, Colonel Eubanlcs, President Derryberry and Colonel Thomson stand in reviewing stand as a regi- ment passes in review ,i Colonel Eubanlcs and Colo- nel Downs present Lieu- tenant King with new hel- mets for the Rebel Rifles as Captain Anderson and SFC DeVall look on. Page 190 we .I , 4 Ng-sw .V 4, - I -.-Lvefjivwkkfff rw -4 5 T 1 WK kv, L. 'r N J- 'ff ww . .- ,,,e,x,5b:y,w NV, .,-5MfSMQQ5p fyw,w3KRbT m lb? W QEf.nX41L.-AWQWWQ t Q U f 1 y M: W 1 M f "ml A-L , nif,Qf M1 " ' ' T' -1 ,. ' 'f' M y A ' l5.y,,f.g1 ftwffivw - -.5 :. V N547 c ,. if . ", . . A .J-' I 1. fx Qf'x.': I f 1-ww' mf '?v,m,....' , A T T A L I O N is buzzed" by heli- :pter during re- view "COMPANY-Eyes Right" 1'!u-.i...,. . w: Z f, ,- , X M --... 9 w...AQQgwh iffpkx.. , V4 gan, W 71 ffwvrw- gg I, A? X REBEL RIFLES execute a "fancy eyes right" Page 191 DEAN QUILLEN, Cadet Donald Burr, and Major Burl discuss the cadets small unit tactics in the field CADET PERRY gets a chance to see for himself the working power of the H-2I light cargo helicopter Page 192 g SUMMER THE HONEST JOHN'S 'fire power capabilities are demonstrated to the Tech cadets. This rocket is capable of carrying the atomic or the conventional type warhead CAMP is .spai- A GROUP of cadets actually try iheir hand at zeroing in ihe I06-mm. Rifle. This deadly accuraie direct fire weapon is capable of penetrating any armor of modern day warfare ROTC CADETS learn charackeristics of the I55 mm. Howitzer which is one of the finest field ariillery weapons the Army has today ,waxy ,fl . ' 'Milf in 'if if Kgs: 1,5-fi. we BOlLlNG SOAPY WATER, scrub brush, and more boiling water are familiar chants after field mess. Oh, the beloved immersion heaiers! Page 193 ,ww AT wwkmmmmwxw -'www-wmx End Rudolph Schmiiiou FuHback John hAoorhead WT 1? H--.' "w Page 196 Footballers Place Two on All-OVC RUDOLPH SCHMITTOU-En Ru1111lp11 S1'11111i111111. a s01'vi00 1'C1L11'llCC, 11121110 111111 21 l12l1llC 101' 11i111s011', lJC1I1g 1111111011 10 1110 .X11-OVC 10211 111 11is s11p11111111110 yC21l'. S1111111i1111u bcgau 1110 s021s1111 at 1110 01111 p0s11i1111 2111 w21s s11i11011 111 lllllllliillli 111 plug 21 sp01. 1011 vacant b 1110 g1'a1111211i1111 01' M110 'xV1'ig11t. Failing 111 Ill2l1,Cl'l2i if0. 110 was 11111v011 lllllfli 10 01111, w1101'0 110 110x'0l11p0 111111 a 1113111 11110 512111 '1110 big 111101111111 1101111110 il 1'aY111'i10 l21l'gCl I1 Eaglc 1ll1Zl1'LC1'1JZlCliS 111111 Cllllgllf 1110 lOllC'11110XVI1 pa: 111111. ups0t highly 1'21x'111'011 C1121t1a111111ga. His 11C1'Cll5 1'01'0iv011 11110 1'01'11g11i1i1111 XVllCI1 110 11111011011 Zl XV0st011 K011t110ky punt 1100p i11 0110111y 101'1"i1111iy. Cllllljllllg 111 1111111111011 111 0ap1111'0 21 7-3 11111110011111i11g vi1'1111'y. Sought by 1110 1110101211111 l51'OXVllS 111 COIIIIJCIC 111 111 IJl'Ol.CSS1Ol12ll 1'Ell1liS. SC1lIll1llOl1 p1ay011 11ig11 s1i1111111 ba 211 ls21a1t 111111111 111 N21s111'1110. JOHN MOOR1-1 EAD-Backfiel 7116611 131210011 lvlllll' z11111010s 011 1.110 All-OVC 102111 211111 Fullback 11111111 M11111'110a11 was 1110 11111y glllllllllllll s0111111', 1110 0IllC1' l,lll'CC g1i1101' boys l1111ki11g 1'01'YV2ll'K1 1 1111110 1111'i1ls wi111 1110 li21g10s. 3111011102111 bcgaii 111s l'001ba11 CZITCCI' at 10011 as llilllbljlllfli. lbllflllg 111s SC11lO1' YCEII' 110 was 11101011 b C11a1'11 xvilbllfll 'll1l1'liCl' 111111 1110 1311111121014 s1111 111 11 21 va021111ty I11CI'C. Rising 111 1110 111'1t21si1111. 110 111111 llll'0llg1l witli ilying 1t01111's, 1100111111110 1.110 Eaqlcs' 111111 l K K 1101 11110 fullback 11011110 1110 s0as1111 was f1111s11011. 800111111 1111ly 111 XV. Slllllllklliill' 111 101111 111101151 M11111'110a11 was a1s11 21 l1llC pass 1'000ix'01'. N111 1i1111si1 01011 10 b0 21 top-111111111 1101'011six'0 pl21y01'. 110 lllOl'C 11121 11121110 up for 111s wcak 11Cl-C1186 with 11is last, p11w01'11 11u1111i11g abilities. M11111'110a11 0211110 111 10011 110111 NIa11is1111 Hig S01100l, w1101'0 110 Plilylfll 101' 111100 y0a1's. Basketlaallers Land Two All-OVC Berths JIM HAGAN-Center All-American -lint Hagan soars high in the picture tt right in a ganie against St. Mary's fflalilfj. Hagan vas elected to the lirst teani OVC and to the Al' third earn .-Xll-Anierican. Featuring a jump shot and a hook with either iand. the versatile li' Sl" junior center broke twelve chool records and was third in the nation in scoring vith an average ol' 28.8 points per game. setting a new ionlerenee record. Following a year on the lreslnnan team he won a tarting berth on the Varsity. his teain winning the con- erenee title. Although not an outstanding perlornier in the hardwood. he showed a willingness to learn and t desire to win. XVith the loss ol three lirst-rate perloriners lroni ast year's team, Hagan was boosted into the spotlight. K L Raining eonhdence. plus ahsorbing the teachings ol tis coach. he developed rapidly. JACKIE PEARSON-Guard Guard Jackie Pearson. a junior eollege transfer 'roin Belniont, stepped into a starting position in his irst year with the Eagles. Deadly aefurate with his shooting lironi the outside, Pearson nailed down a berth on the second teain All- UVC. During the process he hecaine one of only nine 1'et'h players ever to score more than 300 points in a single season. Measuring only lil". he eoinhined with 5' 7" Alan Herron to lorni the stnallest pair ol' guards in the :onl'erenee. Size. however. was no handicap. as the little guard dropped his juntp shot through the net with consistency. Pearson reached his peak at Bowling Green. Ken- tucky. where he tallied 28 points to lead his teani to an upset, victory ox er Vlestern lientuekys Hilltoppers. Prior to his entering college, he played high sehool hall at Old Hickory. All-American Center Jimmy Hagan Guard Jackie Pearson l Page 197 'TF -, """". .F -'V ima' x vii- TECH'S ATHLETIC COUNCIL, Seated: Ray Slate, Hooper Eblen, Joe Moore, P. V. Overall, T. W. Kittrell, Dean J. A. Barlcsdale, and Leonard Crawford. Standing: F. U. Foster, President Derryberry, James Seay Brown, and Louis Johnson Presenting 95 Sports Review Tennessee 'l'ech's l958-59 athletic program was packed lull of surprises and disappointments, with only one conlerence championship being won. Baseball kicked oll' spring sports. and Eagles lol- lowers were eager to see what the diamond crew had to ollcr. .-Xlso, the student body was very anxious to see the goll' and track teams in action, since both teams were predicted to be contenders lor the conference Ilag. Injuries and ineligibilities crippled the track team and inexperience handicapped the baseball team. but the golli team battled to the end with MTSC, finishing second in the conference. Tennis suffered one olf its worst seasons in the his- tory ol' the school. being soundly thrashed by all op- ponents and compiling an unimpressive 9-9 record. Football season brought with it an abundance ol' thrills. The Eagles became notoriously famous lor their come-from-behind victories. Coach Hlilburn Tucker uncorked a new play, known as the "Chattanooga Special" to pull several games out of the Iire, and even came up with a varia- tion ol' the l-lormation. leading his team to a tie lor the conference crown. Tech gained this tie by deleat- ing the Raiders lirom Nlurlreesboro in the final game ol' the season. Coach Johnny Oldham then introduced his de- fending OVC champion basketball team onto the scene. The loss ol' Forward Larry Mcllonald due to illness. plus the lact that Tech was in a rebuilding stage. labeled the liagles as just another team. The cagers surprised everyone by winning its first eight games behind the leadership ol All-American Page 198 center Alim Hagan. School spirit. picked up and Tech appeared as il' it would capture the OVC Ilag lor the second year in a row. :Xt the height of their llight. however. the props lell out from under the Coldmen and they wound up the season with a respectable lti-9 record. HOOPER EBLEN, Business Manager of Athletics, makes plans for Tech's plane trip to Memphis to meet Memphis State University in a basketball game , Y K 1 V , ,. bf 1, 4 ' R . , flu..- I . N. 'W' 'B' W ,g"Q.gf.: .Q-J - 3 f . f Q A ,ff . L' X N I X , EE' . Migf g -Wf"'Z7',YsHg ' R N' eil' f I 'f '1,gg-32,W1a-fviapf 'R' f'KQ2gg3i'i,i::-y ,X kgfgiglf MK X L. I I i ' k K , wx- Y 1' , ,Www-W f M W1 sw Xkw ,,,, v . ' . tr A' we y Hu. ,, , wg ,W fm -,N e , D , 5, in as B wav A W ""Vm,ff2f y V 1 gig: A k 'W gy 'A V7 f' M N X - Q W M Q A in 5 ,riff L' " .vw ,ww 4 U4 Y, I? .grwf-W 5 ff' zwmvn. ,xaasssfsm .mm-W my wsqwxgw W ,mlm RAY DROST is an assistant coach of the Golden Eagles and came BILL DUPES, a former Tech player himself, serves as offensive line to Tech from South Pittsburg, where he coached last year coach. In addition to this, he also is track coach. o CHARLES NEWMAN coaches the bacltfield candidates of the 1 ' Eagles and also handles the duties of chief scout Coach lVilburn 'liucker celebrated his fifth year at the helm of 'l'eeh's football team by guid- ing his squad to a tie lor the conference crown. Chalking up seven wins as compared with only three losses, Coach 'l'ut'ker ran his record to 29 victories and l8 losses, the best head-coaching record in 'l'eeh's history. Very mild-mannered, 'fucker is respected as a gentleman as well as a coach. He also has the reputation ol. being one of the linest scouts in the football business, being able to evaluate op- IJOIICIIIS7 1ll2ll0l' lVC3.lillCSSCS. 'l'he moods ol' 'l'uc'ker on the gridiron are varied. Very eonseientious about his coaching duties, a glimpse at his laeial expressions through- out the game will clearly indicate how the game is coming along. As ean be seen in the picture at the lelt, he is cheering his team on, apparently very happy over a play that has just developed. At a bonfire held prior to the game with MTSU, Coach Tucker stated. "Our boys have done a good job this year beeause ol' two reasons. First is that we believe in one another. The second is that we believe in God." Page 201 T --7 I959 GOLDEN EAGLES-First Row: Don Grider, John Moorhead, Ronnie McCurry, Max Davis, Tony Stone, Dick Mann, Lowell Smith, and Eugene Oliver. Second row: Billy James, Dennis Cebe, W. J. Shumalcer, Tony Heitzman, Robert Hargis, Kyle Kilgore, and Lonnie Styles. Third row: Alcy Baggott, Louis Johnson, Jan Jeffers, Carl Thrasher, John Clayton, Jerry Flatt, Carroll Wright, and Joe Mac Jacques. Fourth row: Ed Browning, Jimmy Newsom, Alvin Frey, Ray Stribling, Charles Lawler, Tommy Hackler, Bob Hines, and Buddy Parrish. Fifth row: Gordon Mason, Joe Whitson, Ray Thomas, Charles Black, Ralph McMillan, Jimmy Smith, Alfred Cate, Pedro Paz, and Rudolph Schmittou CAPTAIN DICK MANN and Alternate Captain, Joe Whitson 5' ovemxu. 5 . g sg Q K 9,15 543 TEEN 5 HUGH PHILLIPS and Leon Burns display the latest wardrobe for football managers Page 202 TECH GOES info hucldle in preparation for game-opening play from scrimmage Tech Drops Opener to MTough" F U 22-7 Quarterback Vic Prinzi scored two touchdowns to pace the Seininoles ol' Florida State to a 22-7 victory over Tennessee Tech in the opening gaine ol' the sea- son. llrinzi put the Floridans in the lead niidway the lirst period by scoring lrorn four yards out. Electing to exercise the new two-point rule. Prinzi ran the ball over, making the score 8-U. Tech's only offensive threat lollowed an ESU ltnnble when Gordon Mason generated sonie steani and niarched his teani 32 yards for the score. Halfback john Moorhead plunged lor the final two yards to put the Eagles within striking range, 8-7. REFEREE CHALKS up Tech time-out as trainers tape Tony Slone's hand .Xt this point Prinzi took connnand and led his teain to its second touchdown, tnaking the tally hitn- sell' llrotn live yards out. This tinie the Setninoles booted the extra point. and Tech trailed by l5-7. A l5-yard pass play netted State its last TD in the third period. The extra point was again kicked. and the Eagles were out of business, 22-7. Poor punting set up all three Florida scores, two kicks going for only 8 and lil yards. Head football coach lVilburn Tucker said of the ganre, "I think we played a good lirst game." He added, "lVe learned a lot ol' lootball today." The Eagle pass defense inter- cepted three enenry aerials. FULLBACK John Moorhead crosses kwin stripes for the Eagles first 'touchdown of the season Page 203 lVl U Power Shocks Tech in First Home Tilt The H159 edition of the Colden Eagles made its debut belore a home crowd ol' 5.000 people, but fell to a powerlnl. aggressive Memphis State eleven. l3-0. Flashy Hallback Fred lfVimpee, displaying amazing deception and blazing speed, was just too much lor the bewildered liagle defenders. The little scatback slip- ped throngh the Tech line time and titne again to give Memphis valuable yardage needed. .X ragged deliense and poor passing attack plagued the Iiagles throughout the game. liagle passers had as much trouble connecting with reeen'ers as the Navy had launching the Vanguard Rocket. ' n to 'l'ech,s deepest. penetration was to the Tiger 13 yard line, where a Gordon Mason pass was intercepted in the end zone. 'l'empers Ilared with less than a minute remaining in the game. and both benches emptied to join in the Iisticnilis. lime was called with one second remaining in the game. with the playing ol. the "Star Spangled Banner" by the Tech band ending both the fisticufls and the game. tgnals as 'che Eagles get set defensively Eagles Gain First Vietoryg Stop Morehead Sticking to a well-balanced ground offensive, Coach Tucker's gridders completely outclassed Morehead, Kentucky, in a conference tilt, 22-7, lor their initial victory of the season. Not wasting any time, the Purple and Gold re- ceived the opening kickoilf and marched 72 yards for the score. Carroll lvright engineered the drive and called a total ol' I5 plays. The scoring play came on a lake to Fullback Pedro Pax and a pitchout to XV. Shumaker, who skirted left end. The extra point was garnered and Tech led, 7-U. Morehead fought back and knotted the game at 7-7 early in the second period. A line plunge by Half- batik Bobby Kincer covered the linal yardage. A power thrust up the middle by 'john Moorhead clinched a 63 yard march lor Tech's second tally. Shumaker intercepted an enemy aerial to give Tech its opportunity. Allred Cate put his foot to the ball and Tech went out front, lil-7. Tech wrapped the game up in the final period when Joe YVhitson stormed over center from one yard out. Gordon Mason tossed to End Jimmy Newsom lor a bonus ol' two points and a 22-7 Eagle triumph. X ""': :" "" I 1 IZQS5 r....- 5 if X ,. U K f 'angie Ng? an iii W A fstfa 0 sw iggefz ,j ir gf 'Q i A Q V W f H E it t EM 3 EAGLE HALFBACK Joe Whiison is bull-dogged io the ground by a de- termined Morehead defender CARROLL WRIGHT rambles for Tech T.D. :. . Wf'f.ft"" A .,v. :E: p if 5 i ww! li was V . we r NFW' h .ww-K U K ef e 1. t . if to " if e -. M we 'N ' if iff' iii . tfizf I ns K am... e we ...fi 7 .... Page 205 PART of the drama of collegiate football ET C Hands Tech Onl O Loss -14 l"11ll11wi11g :1 1111111111111 Ii1'st 111111 sl111wi11g, 'l'e1fl1 lell .Xlter i11te1'111issi1111. the liztst '11-1111essez111s expl01le1l z1pz11't l'UIIlIJlClCly 111111 z1wz1111le1l East 'iI'e1111essee Slzllli 111111 'l'e1'l1 went 111 put. 1Yl1its1111 l1llllllJlCt1 the 11pe11i11g 21 25-ll OVC 1'i1tt111'y. tl1is p1'111'i11g to be tl1e Iizigles ltiC1t11l'l'z11111 State wz1s11H't1e1tl1e1'z11'es. It 1'e1111i1'e1l 111113 l1111e 1'1111l'e1'e111fe loss 111' tl1e se:1s1111. live plays l'111'tl1e l1u1i1fz111ee1's 111 get 1111111 i11t11 l11e g'z1111e 'l'e1il1 was lmriglit-1rye11 111141 lJusl1yAlz1ile1l l1l'0lll tl1e 711- x'e1'y1111se1 111 tl1e game. 1111111 tl1e li11e 1T11z11'gi11g like Zl 'l'11is set 011131 1il111i11 1'er11'ti1111 111 lfngle l'111111Jles 111111 lIl2lt1t1CllCt1 li1111 111111 tl1e bucks 1'u1111i11g 1l2ll't1Cl' tl1z111 111istz1ltes lltlll 11111 11111 let up 1111til the 1'el'e1'ee's whistle they 111111 111 Zllly time Clllliillg t11e sez1s1111. tl1e liagles ClltlCl1 the gzuue. Nothing the C0lll1l1SCt1 l'l2lg'lCS 1i11ul1l p11sl1e1l tl1e lil1L'l'21IlCCl'S all over the 1iel1l. 1111 was right. 'l'11e li11e quit 1'l1z111gi11g. the lJz11ilts quit Hz1ll'1Jz11'lt Aloe 1Vl1its1111 begun Tlllllllllg' ll1l'0llgl1 tl1e 111'11'1113'- 111111 1110 11115 1111111 1111617 FTSC li11e like 21 wi111l st111'111. the pziyoll' play 1'11111i11g 1i'l'SCl111l1le11 tw11111111'e'I'lJ's lJel'111'e the g'2llIlC Cllt1Ct1 1111 21 pit1'1111ut. fl21l'l'Oll 1X'1'igl1t c1111x'e11te11 111111 the re- 1111 21 112185211111 li11e plunge. After the 1l11st 111111 1'lez1re1 -illYlll2llCt1 Eagles le11. 7-11. away the s1'111'elJ11z11'1l l'CIlCl 25-l-1 i11 l':1x'111' 111' State. GORDON MASON limbers up his pitching arm by tossing to WHO SA1Dthere wasa hole in thisline? W. J. Shumalrer Page 206 Ol--l NO, not again THE SMILE of satisfaction on the faces of these three Eagles leaves no doubt in one's mind as to who is winning the game Second-half Explosion Lowers Murra l -14 A fired-up Eagle squad staged a second half ex- plosion that left Murray State smouldering in the ashes of a 15-14 defeat. Stateis first score came when the Tlioroughbreds fell on an Eagle fumble and moved fall yards to paydirt in only live plays. Harper scored on a four-yard sneak play, then skirted left end for a bonus of two points and an 8-0 lead. Fullback Jack Morris then broke through the Tech defense and galloped 47 yards to spot Murray a I4-0 advantage. lVith unleashed fury. the Eagles quickly struck back. Behind the running of John Moorhead and XV. Shumaker, Tech moved the ball to the four, from where Mason picked up the score. Cate converted and Tech was on the road to recovery, 7-14. Tech sewed up the game late in the fourth period in a thrilling climax. Sliuniaker found an opening and scampered 40 yards before being hauled down from behind on the Murray l9 yard line. Moorhead then streaked l9 yards for the score on a dazzling run that left the Murray gridders spellbound. Tech elected to attempt a run for the bonus points and Shumaker obliged by racing around left end to net the Eagles a 15-I4 come-from-behind conquest. MASON HANDS off to freshman Fullback Joe Jacques on a line plunge Page 207 , by ,. iz, HILLTOPPER linemen barely miss blocking an Eagle punk Blocked Punt Nets MASON DRIVES for valuable yardage lw3f3.w- ' Page 208 1 TECH RECEIVES the opening lc 3 Homecoming Win Hoineconiing Queen Pauline Grahani saw All-Con ference End Rudolph Schniittou block a XVestern pun deep in Hilltopper territory to spark his team to a 7-2 victory before 8,000 stireaniing fans and alunini. l 'l'he Eagles perlorinetl royally for her niajesty, us ing their defense as the weapon needed to drop XVesty ern. Halltinie festivities consisted ol' the crowning ol Miss Graham as Honieconiing Queen and Sandrz Krise as Football Queen. A parade earlier in the day set the stage lor a little celebrating on the gridiron by Teelrs players thein selves, chalking up another conference win. jarring tackles were the order ol' the day as Eagle delenderf racked up 'Western players repeatedly. Relying upon a determined, tired-up delense, 'l'ecl tionipletely bottled up the Kentucky olllense the first hall, eonlining the NVesterners to their own stomping grounds. The Eagle ollense nioyed twice to the Hill topper I3 yard line. but could get no lurther, thc store being deadlocked 0-0 at the hallway niark. Seven luinbles and lour intercepted passes Choker' ofl' strong ollensiye threats throughout the ganie. Tinic 'e a packed stadium of fans and alumni and time again each teani began inoving the ball, only to lose it at the height ol' their drive by either a fumble or an intercepted pass. All the scoring thrills caine in the third period, be- ginning with a 20 yard lield goal by YVestern Hallback Bill Pegausch. The held goal atteinpt was inade pos- sible when a wind-blown Gordon Mason punt traveled only l2 yards. This lead looined big at first but the Goldinen rose up and pushed the Kentuckians back to the I0 yard line. Un lourth down the Hilltoppers went into punt formation with their kicker on his own two yard line. The ball was snapped and Sclnnittou barrelled through the line to block the kick, the ball being re- covered by Tech only one foot lroni the goal line. Hallback YV. Shuniaker promptly kniled over lor the score and Carroll Hlright split the uprights to give Tech a 7-3 triumph. This brought the Eagles season record to two wins and three deleats and their con- ference record to two wins and one loss. Queen Pauline left the held amid the victorious cheers of the Eagle supporters, her day a beaming suc- cess hlled with happiness and nieniories ol' the Tech win. FOOTBALL QUEEN Sandra Krise smiles patiently as co-captains Joe Whit- son and Dick Mann collect their dividends SHUMAKER CROSSES the goal line with the score thai gave 'the Golden Eagles a 7-3 conquest 1' Page 209 GC iraele Pla 9' Upsets Heavily Favored UC 1 -1 JOHN "RUSTY" CLAYTON strealcs 75 yards for the touchdown that sparked Tech to a I3-I2 upset over highly favored Chattanooga Teclrs 'inew-lookn gridiron eleven surprised every- one with a new play known as the "Chattanooga Speciall' in the linal seconds ol' play to deleat. Chatta- nooga in a storybook finish that lelft the proud Mocs lamenting over a l3-l2 upset. Tech broke the scoring ice in a big way midway the second period. Hallbaek John "Rusty", Clayton broke through the line, poured on the steam. then out- raced the entire UC team 75 yards lor the score, Cate's kick making the score 7-0. The surprised Moc team then regained its poise and marched across the twin stripes, Halllmack Joe ,Xbercrombie covering the last three yards. UC put a damper on Tech spirits in the lourth period when Quarterback -Iohn Green tossed to hall'- back Bill Butler in the end fone. Tech then trailed l2-7. XVith the chips down and hope almost gone the Eagles moved to the Chattanooga 25 yard line. Only K K three seconds remained in the game when the bottom fell out for the Nlocs. Nlason pitched out to NVhitson on a reverse play and XVhitson tossed to End Rudolph Schmittou lor a lil-l2 upset victory. the play being known as the Chattanooga Special. A MOC PLAYER is upencled by the tough Purple and Gold line Page 210 Late Gamble Paves 20-19 Victor over Eastern Seeking the OVC crown with renewed vigor, Tech pulled another game out ol the Iire against Eastern, the Chattanooga special again proving to be the dill lerence in the 20-lil "scare," Eastern drew first blood when the Eagles lumbled on their own nine yard line. Fullbaclc Bob Callahan bucked across lor the touchdown, and the PAT made the score 7-0. Tech roared back viciously when Quarterback Nlason engineered his team 68 yards in l l plays to put the Eagles back in contention. An intercepted pass soon put the Maroons on the road to another score. The KCIllllClQlZtllS marched 00 yards on the ground to lead l3-6. Explosive -john Clayton then stood everyone on their ears when he returned the Eastern kickolt 80 yards lor a touchdown with Tech behind lft-12. A tln'ill-a-minute lourth quarter saw a 30 yard Eastern scoring pass put Tech on the rmcomlortable end of a 10-I2 score. However, Tech moved to the lour yard line from where Joe Mac Jacques carried the mail into the end zone, bringing Tech within one point of a tie. Utilizing the Chattanooga special, lVhitson passed to Shumaker to save the game lor Tech. 20-10. WHITSON DEFENDS against an aerial attaclc QUARTERBACK Carroll Wright gets last-minute instructions before going into action Page 211 QQ M COACH DROST POINTS to an item ot interest W. J. SHUMAKER SEEMS concerned about the game as he talces time out for a little H10 Eagles Tame Lions for th traight Win Running its winning streak to live games, Tech toppled Florence Stateis Lions in typical Eagle style, coming from behind to turn certain defeat into a thrill- ing victory. Operating from the single wing, underdog Florence jumped out front early in the game on a 37 yard touch- down romp by Tailback .lack Daniels and, to the sur- prise ol all, Tech trailed 7-0. Adding insult to injury, the Alabamans scooped up a Gordon Mason bobble on the Eagle 28 and quickly converted it into another TD. The kick lrom place- ment was true to the mark, putting Tech deeper and deeper in a hole, I4-0. Tech threw off the shackles of slavery late in the second period, going 61 yards for a score, Mason cov- ering the final yard. Cate's kick was wide and Tech lagged behind l4-6. Late in the third period Carroll TVright quarter- hacked his tC2t111 39 yards in eight plays for another counter. The extra point attempt again failed, and Florence held on, I4-IZ. Fighting against the clock, the Eagles moved the ball to the Lion five yard line. Only 1:09 remained when Nlason connected with Shuinaker in the end zone. Mason tossed to Tommy Hackler lor two extra points, and Florence saw their dreams ol' an upset vanish into a 20-lfl deleat. BEHIND GOOD blocking, John Moorhead goes for a long gain Page 212 l' A PASS INTENDED for a Raider receiver misses its mark Tech Breaks 3-year Iinxg Dethrones Champs An inspired Tennessee Tech loolball lC21lll cli- niaxed 21 successlul season by stunning MTSU. ll-ll, lo gain Ll share ol the OVC crown beliore 21 chilled Vlil1Z1llliSglVl11g Day crowd and o11e nonchalanl Beagle carrying 21 rabbit across the lield. "By the help ol' God we'll do il." were the words ol' Coach lucker with regards lo the Eagle lilly with Nlur- lreesboro. Tuclaers stateinenl c21111e at a bonlire held by Tech students prior Lo the gaine which w21s Lo de- termine who would be king ol' Lhe OVC. lViLh only 25 seconds reinaining in the Iirsl half, Tech relied upon a version of Lhe Chattanooga special Lo spoi the Eagles ro 21 7-0 halllinre margin. Nlason h21nded off to lVhiLson, who hit. End Tonnny llackler THE GOLDMEN were playing for lcocps im ' '31 ssl' .- sais RE wwf .,,. ,::f3Es.-fzfkz 5 , X ,Zak nv- Y across Lhe Lwin stripes lor the TD. Cale kicking the point alter. lo Lhe surprise olf 21ll presenl. the liagles began the second h21ll by shilling inlo the l-lorniation, 21 'Iihanksgiving special cooked up by Coach 'l'ucker in honor of his guests. llisbeliel was Lurned lo realism in the lourth period when Tech punched across the clincher. Sclnniuou lell o11 a Raider lunible 211 the MTSC 117 yard line and the Eagles' inonienl of glory was near at hand. Tech nioyed swiftly and deflly for the score. with Moorhead crossing from two yards our and Cate adding a point lroui placement. I DON'T CARE who is playing for the OVC championship, l'm hungry W W Q L Page 213 f- gui V ' E, M,Www ""!?'3fl'Q'5-3AZi"'Q' J maui uhm gh Q is A ,ww if Y 'f ' Wx "sq X3 N 5 wfbflblll 'gf '. "ff if s Coach Oldham Ends Fourth Seasong Has Brought Tech Two O. .C. Titles Johnny Oldham caine to 'liech four years ago front a coaching job at College High School in Bowling K . K L K Creen, Kentucky. It took him only three years after coming to Cooke- ville to bring 'l'ech its first two OVC crowns. ln his first year at the helni he led his teani to a tie for the championship. Two years later his team placed Kenny Sidwell and Herbie Merritt on the .Xll-Conference teani and gained sole possession of the coveted title. Oldhani attended college at XVestern Kentucky. where he played on the varsity as a freshnian. Followe ing his freshinan year he joined the Navy and played four years of ball. Upon his return to YVestern he reached the ultiniate in college basketball, winning Allf .Xnierican honors in his senior year. Upon graduation he played two years with the Fort Hlayne tnow Dctroitj Pistons. He left the professional ranks to beconie a coach. CHARLES PANGLE, assistant varsity coach, is a former Tech athlete, lettering in football, basketball, and track Very active in school activities, Uldhani is one of the most popular coaches 'llech has ever had. A de- vout Christian, he is a deacon in his church and has spoken before various religious organizations on the canipus. Mild-niannered. Coach Oldhani shows very little einotion throughout the ganie. but stands up for his teani when the occasion arises. The picture shown at the left captures one of the rare instances in which he outwardly displayed his feelings. Oldham deniands the niaxiniuni an athlete has to offer. He has a great desire to win and believes in playing the ganie hard. but clean. Respected by players and coaches alike, he has won acclaini as one who will lltlf tolerate the breaking of training rules. Labeled as a coach with a bright future, Eagle followers are hoping John Olclhani will keep Tech in the center of any future plans and niake Cookeville his pernianent hoine. CHARLES BOARDMAN, Tech's freshman coach, is a student and played varsity ball until stopped by an injury Page 217 , TECH'S GOLDEN EAGLES: Assistant Coach Charles Pangle, Coach John Oldham, James Hagan, Hearon Puckett, Hardy Loyd, Ron Shumate Captain Dale Phelps, Buster Bush, Denny Vaughn, Miles Springfield, Jaclcie Pearson, Tony Price, Alan Herron VARSITY CAPTAIN Dale Phelps, a four-year Ietterman, ended his college career with an average of I3.4 points per game Page 218 JIMMY HAGAN GETS the tip Eagles, 16-9 Record Merits 3rd in 0. . . N01 1'011si1le1'e11 t11 be 21 t'0lltCllC1C1' 101' the 1i011l'e1'- ence Ilag 1111til next year, C0a1il1 -l0l1nnv cJlt1llZlll1lS tlC1ICllt1lllg OVC champs st211'te1I last b11t slackecl 011' 10- YVZIIIL1 tl1e e111l 01' the SCZISOII. Ii11isl1i11g tl1i1'11 111 tl1e 11111- Iierence witl1 21 7-5 1'e1T01'1l. l'211ie11 by fXll-A111e1'i1f2111 1'a111Ii11ate .lllll llilgllll. tl1e E21gles l'2ll1 up 21 season l'CCOl'tl 0l' I6 XVll1S a111I SI 1leIe21ts. llagan ave1'21ge11 28.8 110i11ts per gznne 211111 Ii11ishe11 thi111l in tl1e 1121ti1111 i11 s1'01'i11g. ll latevseason slu111l1 111011- 11i11g 111111 I'1'0111 se1101111 place. 'l'he big CCIILCI' b1'0ke twelve s1'l100l 1'e11111'1ls t0 1'ew1'ite the leeh 1'e1'01'11 lJOUlQ. 'l'e1'h lltjgllll the seas011 i11 a rush. winning its Inst eight games. 11111011 1I11ive1'sitvw21stl1e first vi1iti111 01' the f10lt1L'Il Eagles. Ialling 1117-69. Hagan t1llll1pCt1 28 11011118 l,ll1'0llgll tl1e 1100115 as Llllltlll XVZIS 1t0111l1letelv 0ut1tl21sse1l. cJlt1ll2llll 11se1l every 1IlClllljCl' 01' his te21111 211111 still 1'2111 up tl1e high score. Se1'0n1I 1111 t11e list 101' 1110411 w21s Abilene c1lll'lS1l2lll. The lexans gave the Eagles quite Ll tussle beI'01'e l10w' i11g. 87126-I. Hagan again w21s I1igl1 1101111 111a11 witl1 211. plus the Iact l1e C11nt1'0lle1l the I10a1'1ls. '1'1'21veli11g t0 NlOl'CllC2ltl. lientuekv, 'l'e13h engagetl Nl0l'CllC21t1 C11llege i11 El gl'lltlgC l1attle. 'llhe p1'evi0us yC2ll' 'lle11I1 112111 1leI'e21te11 tl1e KCll1.l1Clil2lllS in 0ve1'ti111e I01' the OVC Crown. Nl01'eI1ea11 lelit the IIOOI' 211 lll1C1'IlllSSlO11 witl1 21 A111- 43 n1211'gi11. 13111 the flC1Cl'lI1lllCt1 'llennesseans Ctbllltl 1101 be 11enie1l. 1'z111tu1'i11g the COIIICSL bv a 78-70 sc01'e. HARDY LOYD "waItzes" after a loose ball LITTLE JACKIE Pearson blocks a Memphis State field goal attempt 'l'I1e ltllltlllg Texans ll'0lll lexas XVCSlCl'll Ielt the sti11g 01' tl1e h121glCS 1il21w 011 'l'e1'h's l10111e 1'0u1't. 111011- ping 21 el0se 115,110 11eCisi0n. fX E12 1101111 111'1111u1tti011 l1v Hagan XVZIS just 100 niuch I01' tl1e lC2lIll l'1'0n1 lllC l10ne Star State. Playing in their l'FlYOI'llC 121111 tl1e E21gles put 011 il vi1ii011s se1'0n11 halt assault t0 blast l321YlC1 l,i11s1i0111l1, 109-70 EAGLE FANS DISPLAY satisfaction with a standing ovation Page 219 "IF YOU WILL get your hand off my shoulder I'II show you how to get that rebound," says Tech's All-American Jim Hagan Tech then played host to Mississippi Southern, turning them into victim ntnnber six, ill-72. Louisiana Tech came to Cookeville in a game that featured Hagan ol' Tech against highly publicized jackie Moreland ol' Louisiana. Before the nightfs action ended. Hagan had set a new school scoring record, looping 15 points through COACH OLDHAM EXPl.AlNS what they are doing wrong Page 220 the nets to break Kenny Sidwell's old record by one point. Tech crushed the Louisiana team, ill-72. Tech then participated in the Evansville Invita- tional Tournament at Evansville, Indiana. St. Marys QCalil'.j furnished the Eagles lirst opposition, being downed 69-67. This ran the Eagles win streak to eight games. However, the Golden Eagles picnic soon came to a screeching halt when Evansville spanked them in the tournament finals, 100-73. Returning to OVC competition once again, Tech inet XVestern Kentucky in the "Big Red Barni' at Bowling Green, Kentucky. Trailing fll-35 at intermission, the Eagles poured on the steam during the second hall' and salvaged an SIV73 victory. ln a hotly-contested scoring race be- tween 'vVestern's Ralph Crosthwaite and Hagan, Cros- thwaite took the edge, 27-24. However, it was the el'- lorts ol' Guard Jackie Pearson, who tallied 28 points, that brought Tech the victory. This was only the second time in history that Tech had beaten the Kentuckians in Bowling Green. At this point. the bottom lell out lor the Eagles. Coach Oldham took his team to Mobile, fXlabama, to participate in the Senior llowl. Highly favored to win the tournament, Tech dropped its opening game to Centenary, 87-621. .Xdding insult to injury, the Eagles meti Murray State to vie for third position in the tournament and were toppled. 74-7 l. Out lor revenge, the Purple and Gold met Murray in an OVC game. Instead ol' gaining sweet revenge, the Eagles were dealt bitter deleat, being dropped by the Thoroughbreds, Gil-til. This loss brought Techis season record to nine wins and four losses. BEEP! BEEP! ZOOM! THREE HAPPY EAGLES relax uncler the shower afier a big victory HEARON PUCKETT CLAIMS ihat basketball is a very tiring game RON SHUMATE RUNS into a little trouble under the baskei Page 221 HAGAN SOARS above his opponents to pour two points Through the hoop Page 222 XVith the exclamation. "lt's good to be home again," the Eagles rolled over their country cousins from MTSC. 98-75. on the Tech court. Smooth ball handling and teamwork were the keys to success for the Eagles. Continuing their fine style of ball, the Coldmen slipped by the Tigers of Nfemphis State ll.. 82-79. Memphis was paced by Forward Orby Arnold, whose devastating jump shot from the corner kept the Eagles busy the entire night. Tech's dreams of a repeat of the OVC champion- ship were turned into a nighttnare when the Eagles dropped consecutive tilts to Eastern Kentucky. 813-75. and ETSC. 80-78. Eastern, the pre-season choice to capture the con- ference flag. traveled to Cookeville to tangle with the unpredictable Eagles. Both teams were deadlocked for the conference lead. boasting identical 8-I records. Utilizing a fast break and smooth ball-handling. the Nfaroons trinnned the Eagles with a strong finish. 81- 75. The game was nip-and-tuck up until the final six minutes of play when Eastern bottled up Ilagan with a tight defense. choking off Techis offensive threat. completely. This was the lone home loss inflicted upon the Eagles this year. and only the third in two years. Playing the role of a l7-point. fayorite. the Eagles invaded the den of the Buccaneers of ETSC in hopes of gaining another OVC triumph. Instead, the defending champions were shocked, 80-78, to eve11 their conference record at fi-ff. Coach Oldham's squad was completely outserapped by the Staters. whose hustle and follow-up on shots proved to be the difference in the score. Starting fast. the Eagles saw a nine point lead dwindle to three at half. Tommy Chilton led the State bucket brigade with 21 points and Tech's Ilagan rattled the boards for lff in a hot first half scoring battle. Tech saw a -ffl-37 halftime lead liquidated at the onset of the second half. Caining confidence. the Bucs ran tip a lfi point margin with only five minutes re- maining. The Eagles turned red hot and, behind a fantastic barrage of points by llagan, kept the game in suspense up until the end. falling only two points short. CAPTAIN DALE PHELPS connects on a long one- hander Ilagan sciorecl -IS points lor his night's work to set ll new school reeortl. eclipsing his own reeortl ol' -lil set earlier in the year. llis seeontl hall' effort prothieecl 29 niarkers. Taking revenge lor their upset, loss at the hantls ol' liast Tennessee. Tech then inet the lines on the liagles Court one week later. winning 92-Sl. Coach Olclhani ntilifecl a lnll court press lront the beginning ol' the ganie, loreing the lines to inake lllllll- erons Iloor inistalges. The East Tennesseans walketl with the ball. threw it away. antl hail it stolen several tiines. being unable to eope with the aggressive Ifagles. Known as a seciontl half teant the lines settlecl tlown alter intermission antl playe1lTec'h on even ternrs. Be- hincl the accurate shooting ol' Chilton, F,TStl niacle a noble COIIICTDZICTQ but lell short. 92-Sl. Tech was conipletelx' eliniinatecl front the OVC race when it rentttretl to Riclnnontl to nieet liastern lieritticiky. being stoppetl by the Nlaroons lor the see- onil tinie this season, 72-159. This ran the liagles con- llerence ntark to fi--1. lfeatnring the greatest seeontl-hall' eonieback in the history ol' the school. the Eagles orershaclowetl a ISS-26 halltinte clelieit with a blistering attaek that hnniblecl lVestern K6Illlll'liy, S3-74. .Xpparently taking a bottle ol. ritaniin pills each tlnring haliftinie. the Clolthnen ox'er1'an1e the Hilltop- pers leacl ancl ran its victory string over XVestei'n to tour. M'l'SC.stea1lily iniproving as the season progressecl, stageil a seeoncl hall' rally to trip the liagles lor the Iirst tinie in two Years. 87-75. Little .Klan "Roailrnnner" Herron tieklecl the nets lor lil points anal playerl a goocl floor game to leacl the K K Eagle attack. Phelps was top scorer with 23, while Hagan was being helcl to lS. K K Seeking to get back into the win colnnin. the lfagles ,iotirneyetl to Nleniphis to take on the Tigers ol' Nleni- phis State lfnirersity. losing 624-till. i'Tl02ltll'llHIlCl'll eonipletely stole the show. ptnnping in ll Joints ancl Orabbinvn lil rebonncls to the cleliffht 5 5 W oi a paelaecl house. Teeh enclecl the season on a eheerlnl note by win- ning its last three ganies, all ol' theni being at honre. These xietories were at the expense ot' Nloreheacl, the llniversity ot' Chattanooga. and Nlnrray. PART OF THE SUSPENSE of college basketball is fi'- TECH FORWARD RON SHUMATE attempts to stop a scor- ing bicl by a St. Mary's lCalif.l guard during the Evansville Invitational tournament Page 223 GUARD TONY PRICE LUNG-ES for extra yardage against East Tennessee K mem .c,...-ani REFEREE CALLS a toss-up as Puckett mixes it up over a loose ball Page 224 THESE LOOKS of concern tell us that Tectv is trailing HEY, COACH, what do I do now? Morehead found the Eagles to be plenty tough at home, being crushed, 90-66. Hitting 45 per cent of their shots in the first hall, Tech vaulted into a sub- stantial 52-29 lead at intermission. Tech cooled off in the second half but the damage had been suflicient, giving the Eagles their second triumph over the Kentuckians this year. The Moccasins from Chattanooga brought a seven game winning streak to Cookeville with high ambitions of stopping heralded Jimmy Hagan and the Golden Eagles. A 36-point output by Hagan suppressed the Mocs attempt, 97-81. Chattanooga came Within eight points with live minutes remaining in the game, but four con- secutive baskets by Hagan soon put the game out of TEAMMATES CONGRATULATE Hagan after scoring 45 points against Louisiana Tech to eclipse the old school record of 45: he broke this mark later with 48 Grabbing its third straight victory, Tech avenged two earlier losses to Murray State by ripping the Ken- tuckians to the KUIIC of 90-70. Hagan passed the 700 111ark in total points scored for one season as he gar- nered 37 markers. Hearon Puckett, a Tech forward, played one of his better games under the baskets and flipped in ten points in the lirst hall. Captain Dale Phelps, the only senior on Tech's team, played his last varsity game, winding up his color- lul college career with a four-year average of llfl points per game. Phelps received a standing ovation from the near capacity crowd. Following the game he was hoisted onto the shoulders of his classmates and carried from reach for the Moccasins. RECORDS BROKEN BY ALL AMERICAN JIMMY HAGAN We Cheaper by the Dozen Old New I07 Average points per game 2l.3 28.8 85 Total points in one season 447 720 Total points in one game 44 48 '02 Field goal attemps 39l 547 9' Field goals made l53 254 QI Field goal percentage 45.8 46.4 69 Field goals in one game I5 I9 73 Free throw attempts 239 256 SI Free throws made l83 2l2 64 Consecutive 'free throws 2I 28 7I Total rebounds 3l2 454 Rebounds in one game 24 30 the Iloor like a true champion. SEASON RECORD Opp. We Opp. Union 69 6l 'Murray 69 Abilene Christian 64 98 'MTSC 75 'Morehead 70 82 Memphis State 79 Texas Western 60 75 'Eastern Kentucky 8I David Lipscomb 79 78 ETSC 80 Mississippi Southern 72 92 'ETSC 8l Louisiana Tech 72 69 'Eastern Kentucky 72 St. Mary's lCaIit.l 67 83 'Western Kentucky 74 Evansville College IOO 75 'MTSC 87 'Western Kentucky 73 60 Memphis State 63 Centenary 87 90 'Morehead 66 Murray 74 97 Univ. of Chattanooga 8I 90 Murray State 70 'OVC Games Page 225 Eaglets Post 12-1 Record-Best in History '1'01t11'5 1105111111111 1121511011121ll01'5. 111 l'111'111111g' il 1'C1'f 111'11 111' 12 y11.1111'105 llglllI1S1 1111ly 11110 11C1'C2ll. 11111110 1110 15158-551 502151111 1110 11051 111 1110 11151111'y 111' 1.1lCS11' 1112111 11111111011111111 211 10111. 11111101' 1110 111101111111 111' C1121111 C11z11'105 1,2l11g1C 211111 CI1121111 f1112l1'1CS 1111121111112111, 1110 1121111 li21g105 W0110 1111 111 1110 1'211'05 211 1110 811111 111' 1110 50z151111. XV1l1I1ll1g' l11Cll' 111151 l,11l'CC g21111c5. '1'11011111y 11155 1111' 1110 11l2lglCLS 0211110 211 1110 112111115 111 XVCSICVII 1fL0111111'ky. 1111w111g 1111-79 111 1111w1111g f11'CCll. '1'01'11 z11'011g011 1110 11010211 121101 111 1110 S0214 51111 11y 110l'0211111g 1110 H1ll111111101'5 82-119 1111 1110 101111 11111112 1"111111w111g l11Cll' 11155 111 1V051e1'11. 1110 110511111011 W1111 1110 11151 111110 QZIIIICS 111 1110 502151111. c1ll2l1'11 171111 f1Ol'lI1 11a0011 1110 51f111'111g 1111' 1111: liz1g1015 W1l11 25111 111111115 1111' 2111 2lYCl'L1gC 111' 17.7 111111115 1101' g2lIl1C. 111 501111111 111151111111 111 1110 501111 lllg' 11111111110 XVHS '110111 N1111i111110y W1111 51f111'011 2111 111111115 111 2lYCl'LlgC 15.7 111111115 1JCl' 011111051. R011 110111' 121111011 182 111111115 11111 a 111.2 21X'C1'2lgC 111 W11111 1111 1110 11111 111100 11111111 111'111111C01'5. 15111 1110 502151111 1110 lglllly E21g105, 111 1'111'111111g 111011' 12-1 1'01'111111. 51i111'011 il 1111211 111' 11171 111111115 XV1l1lC 111011' 111111111101115 w01'0 11ClC1 111 837. 6,11 1w11 111i- 1115111115 l1ll1'11lg 1110 501151111 l11Cy 5111112155011 111C 011111- ing 1301111 111111-ki FRESHMAN DON GORIN drives in 'for a lay-up TEC1-1'S FRESHMAN BASKETBALL TEAM-Front row: Tom McKinney, John Adams, Richard Papes, and Lonnie Connor. Standing: Coach Charles Boardman, Ken Jolly, Herbie Bennett, Bill Clemmons, Don Gorin, and Tony Carman A955557 911511218111 Page 226 Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Frosh Basketball IOI Union David Lipscomb York Institute Western Kentucky hAurray MTSC David Lipscomb York Institute Cumberland Western Kentucky MTSC Cumberland Murray 70 58 40 101 61 66 71 56 68 69 66 52 59 Wa J mmsavweimwm Q ,fag Xie' I958 BASEBALL SQUAD-Front row: Ronnie Buice, Wayne Greer, Frank Farley, James Gaylor, Warren Gilley, Tony Price, and Joe Sutton. Back row: Ron Shumate, Bill Smith, Coach Fred Pollock, Eddie Robinette, Coach Malcolm Quillen, Don Jones, Manager Thouald Ramsey, Wayne Larkin, Yogi Flatt, John Se- vier, Joe Whitson, Carlos Springfield, and Jerry Flatt Young Eagles Falterg Season Record only 7-ll Silent bats, inadequate pitching, inexperience, and that old bugaboo, Cookeville weather, combined to take the zip out of Tech's baseball team, as the men with spikes could emerge with only a 7-I I mark. Coach Malcolm HMutt'y Quillen had little to choose from when practice began. Ten lettermen returned, but the disadvantage of not possessing power and a WE OPP. I3 Kenyon 8 I2 Kenyon I I 0 Austin Peay 5 I Hillsdale 5 0 Cincinnati 3 5 Cincinnati 6 I David Lipscomb I I 8 Eastern Kentucky I4 I I Morehead 9 I0 Middle Tennessee State 6 8 Belmont I5 3 East Tennessee State I4 5 Western Kentucky 6 I I Carson-Newman IO I East Tennessee State 7 5 Eastern Kentucky 6 9 Murray State 2 9 Middle Tennessee State 8 Page 228 long-ball hitter put the Eagles 'ibehind the green door" at the onset of the season. Desperately in need of a good pitching staff, Coach Quillen was forced to use several freshman llingers, none of which had been tested in game competition. The woes ol' Quillen were further shown later in the season when no Eagle hurler won more games than he WHO SEZ that was a ball? I do, replied the ump . gill TECH'S FAVORITE baseball dia- mond-its home diamond lost. Lack of control was their biggest hindrance. The monsoons set in about the time baseball prac- tice was to begin. Forced inside because of the in- clement weather, the Eagles missed several early- season practices. This lack of practice showed up in Tech's first few games in the form of weak hitting and loose Iielding. Tech started the season with two conquests and ended the season with two victories, but the Golden Eagles were not so fortunate in the games sandwiched in between. Kenyon College was Tech's first op- ponent, dropping two decisions to the Eagles by l3-8 and 12-ll scores. The bottom then fell out for the Eagles as they dropped six consecutive contests. These losses came at the hands of Austin Peay, Hillsdale, Cincinnati fdouble headerj, David Lipscomb, and Eastern Ken- tucky. Hitting, or rather, the lack of hitting, was the primary cause of these defeats. Opposing pitchers completely handcuffed the hard-luck Eagle sticknien. A win-hungry Tech team then gobbled up an ll-9 OVC victory over Morehead, banging out eleven hits. Joe YVhitson sparked Tech's return to the win column by blasting a home run as Tech opened up with its heavy artillery. MTSC was Tech's next victim, 10-6, but the Eagles fell by the wayside again. COACH QUILLEN STUDIES the situation, then gives the sign Page 229 FARLEY CONNECTS with a fast ball l Ml, Belmont, East Tennessee, and WCSLCl'l1 Kentucky displayed supremacy over the Eagles as they won by the scores ol' l5-8, l4-3, and 6-5 respectively. Tech's pitching left much to be desired, and lielders fared little better. Returning to the win column once again, Tech eked out an ll-10 win over Carson Newman at Jefferson City. Ron Shumate and Carlos Springfield blasted home runs and ac- counted lor seven of the eleven runs garnered by Tech. Unable to keep its winning streak going, Tech dropped its next two games. ETSC hurlers held the Eagles to a meager live hits, downing the Cookevillians, 7-l. Still plagued by the inability to get enough runs, Tech dropped a 6-5 decision to Eastern Kentucky in ten innings. Each team collected seven hits, but three Eagle errors allowed four unearned runs to cross the plate. A WILD THROW and a run for MTSC A CLOSE PLAY ai first. How would you call it? Page 230 . Powerful Murray State challenged the Eagles in an OVC contest and Tech rose to the occasion to slap down the Ken- tuckians, 9-2. Hfhitson pitched seven-hit ball and the Eagles played flawlessly afield, in the best Tech showing of the year. Continuing its winning ways, Tech captured the last game of the season, slipping by the Raiders from MTSU, 9-8. lVar- ren Gilley scored three of the Golden Eagles' runs and drove in two, providing the spark needed to end the season on a good note. Third baseman Alfred Cate led the team in hitting with a mark of .368 and Joe Hlhitson was the leading run producer, driving thirteen Eagles across the plate. TNhitson also had the lowest earned-run average for the pitching stall, compiling a very respectable l.99. LOSE something buddy? COACH QUILLEN holds Warren GiIIey at third with a friple LOOKING THE SITUATION over from behind home plate Page 231 I958 TRACK TEAM-Front row: Tommy Chilton, Curtis Sexton, Tommy Campbell, Fred Sapp, and Null Tucker. Standing: Coach Bill Dupes, Robert Inman, Ron- nie McCurry, Wayne Cantrell, Gene Palmer, John Moorhead, David Parker, and managers Ray Slate and Jimmy Walling. Missing from the picture is John hQcNeH Mlnjur -riddledw Thinelads Finish Strong Techis track team, plagued by injuries to star per- formers and the absence of last year's OVC champion hurdler, ended its season with a 3-3 record and lin- ished fourth in the OVC. Ed Henley, one of the fastest hurdlers the OVC has ever produced, was ruled ineligible at the begin- ning of the season. This in itself was a big blow to the Eagles, but the thinclads' problems did not end there. Tommy Chilton, holder of school records in the dashes and broad jump, received a leg injury and was never able to reach his top form. Add this to the fact that Robert "Sweetears'l In- man, school pole vault champion, was hampered the entire season by a leg injury, and the reason for the Eagles' mediocre season is clearly seen. MTSC raided the Eagles' nest in the opening dual meet of the season and squeezed out a 65-57 victory. Tech then challenged lX'Iurray State and came out on the losing end as the 'l'horoughbreds raced to a con- vincing 85-37 conquest. NVith high hopes of break- ing into the win column, Tech was stung by the Eastern Kentucky Maroons, 70-52, suffering their third consecutive setback. Page 232 Desperately hungry for their initial victory, the Eagles could be contained no longer and crushed Mfestern Kentucky, 8-ly!-37w. YVith the taste of vic- tory in their mouths, the Techmen drubbed Sewanee, 70-52. Austin Peay then fell prey to the rampaging Eagles 63-59 in the final dual meet of the season. Gene Palmer was Tech's most consistent runner, going undefeated in the 440 and 880 yard runs for the entire season, including the TIAC and OVC meets. SEASON RECORD WE OPP. 57 Middle Tennessee State 65 37 Murray State 85 52 Eastern Kentucky 70 84V2 Western Kentucky 37lf2 70 Sewanee 52 63 Austin Peay 59 Fourth place in OVC meet Third place in TIAC meet TENNIS TEAM-Front row: Jerry Sharp, Buck Jones, Sam McGarrety, and Jim Quinley. Back row: Paul Gross, Malcomb McGehee, Jim Hagan, and Ted Fore etters Suffer in Worst Season, kunked 9-0 Following its greatest year in Tech history, the tennis team suffered one of its worst seasons, losing all games while compiling an unimpressive 0-9 record. The loss of all but one of last year's squad proved disastrous, with the Eagles being soundly thrashed by all opponents. Ted Fore, the lone returning court- inan from last yearis team, proved to be the Eagles only real threat, as the team took only nine sets from its opposition all year. The highlight of the season was the invasion of the University of Chattanooga netters. The Mocca- sins were paced by, of all things, two coeds. Marilyn Voges, one of the finest feminine tennis players in the South, delighted the railbirds on the Tech court with her deadly accuracy and tight defensive game, defeat- ing the Eagles' top two men. MTSC started the Eagles losing skien in the open- ing inatch of the season, winning by 8-I. ETSC kept the losing streak going by dropping Tech, 7-0, at Johnson City, with David Lipscomb and Eastern Ken- tucky keeping up the tradition by chilling the Eagles to the tune of 5-I. Tech continued its downward plunge in losing Page 236 twice to Chattanooga by 5-2 and 7-l, then dropped two to YVestern Kentucky by the identical score of 7-0. MTSC ended the Eagles' dismal season with a 6-3 victory. Coach Charles Pangle enjoyed a great year in l95'7, but the tables were turned this time. Last year he was blessed with a veteran team, then boom, the bottom fell out and he was forced to go with players who simply did not have the experience to blossom into stardom. SEASON RECORD WE OPP. I Middle Tennessee State 8 O East Tennessee State 7 I David Lipscomb 5 I Eastern Kentucky 5 2 University of Chattanooga 5 I University of Chattanooga 7 0 Western Kentucky 7 0 Western Kentucky 7 3 Middle Tennessee State 6 COACH PANGLE WONDERS whom he is going to employ in TED FORE utilizes lwis defensive abilities today's doubles competition PAUL GROSS serves up a fast one - A ef ff , 1 W . ,, . 'L Q A in Y? 1 - ' M ws mu Z f f 'M A K ., ' M Mx 'li i 1 x gm ' ' f . v f ' -K .hz A , sis - -H . - . - - p i.,.LZ:.:1:::w """ -,ggsgw , ' Page 237 TENNESSEE TECH'S GOLF team is shown above ready to go into action. They are John Ferguson, Bobby Greenwood, Jack Munroe, and Bob Waller Golfers Pace Spring portsg 2nd in O C Techls par-busting golf team stole the limelight in spring sports by racking up six wins compared with three losses and two ties, capturing lirst place in the TIAC and placing second in the OVC tournament. Freshman Bobby Greenwood set the stage for the successliul Eagle season in his team's first dual meet, competing against Indiana State. Greenwood sank a beautiful I8-loot putt from a difhcult angle on the eighteenth hole to give Tech an ll-I0 edge. MTSC momentarily stopped Tech's bid by thumping the Eagles, 16-2, then Tech and the University of Chatta- nooga tied, 9-9. East Tennessee State found the Goldmen to be anything but friendly on the links, dropping a lllll verdict. However, the University of Tennessee put the pressure on the Eagles and waltzed to a 16-6 de- cision. This was followed by Eastern Kentucky's conquest ol' Tech, the Maroons outshooting the Cooke' ville team, l31,Q-lflw. This proved to be Techis iinal defeat of the sea- son, as the Eagles began breaking par with consistency. Paced by Greenwood and Bob TN'aller, Tech toppled lVestern Kentucky, Eastern, and David Lipscomb in succession. Page 238 The Golden Eagles then participated in the TIAC tournament at Old Hickory, walking away with lirst place honors. Tied by F-ITSC, the Eagles bounced back to sink XVestern Kentucky in a warm-up lor the OVC playoffs. Paced by Marty Graham, the Raiders from Mur- freesboro nosed out Tech lor the coveted OVC chain- pionship. This concluded Techs successful and highly exciting year under the direction of Raymond "Bull,' Brown. SEASON RECORD WE OPP. ll Indiana State I0 2 Middle Tennessee State I6 9 University ot Chattanooga 9 I4 East Tennessee State 4 6 University of Tennessee I6 4V2 Eastern Kentucky l3If2 I2 Western Kentucky 6 I3 Eastern Kentucky 5 l4V2 David Lipscomb 3If2 9 Middle Tennessee State 9 l3If2 Western Kentucky 4V2 Placed first in TIAC meet Placed second in OVC meet ,wwf WALLER GETS SET to drive ball onto fourth green in tight dual JOHN FERGUSON LENDS moral support to Jack Munroe as he competition attempts to sinlc an eight footer "'t'W,"g",,.f""'-ruff'-'f""'P , we fy ,Nw f .mf r MUNROE's BALL ROLLS toward cup on sixth green, with Cookeville country club setting the background Page 239 i MTSC'S MARTY Graham was medalist in the to urna ment Tech Nosed Out in O. .C. Golf The Cookeville Golf and Country Club was the site ol the 1958 OVC golf meet with all seven teams in the conference participating. Marty Graham combined two identical scores ol 73 to take medalist honors and lead Middle Tennessee State to the conference championship, nosing out Tech in a close finish. The Golden Eagles' Bobby Green- wood and the Raiders' Doc Tant were medalist runners-up, finishing five strokes behind Graham. Tech and MTSC, as was expected, battled down to the wire, and the Raiders had to capture the title by coming from behind. BOB WALLER'S PUTT rolls toward the cup on the third green in stift O.V.C. competition Playing consistent golli, the Eagles grabbed a first round lead, but were unable to hold their own over the last 18 holes, losing their lead and championship hopes to the Murfreesboro team. MTSC had fallen twice to the Eagles during the year, once in the TIAC tournament held at Old Hickory, and another time on the Cookeville links. Graham and Greenwood were the top guns in these meets also. XVestern Kentucky finished third in the meet, rounding out the top three teams, with the remainder of the OVC schools lagging far behind. BOBBY GREENWOOD, Tech's consistent par-breaker, prepares o sink a short putt Page 240 START of OVC quarter mile ROBERT INMAN, OVC pole vault champion, forms a silhouette as he clears the high bar Finish Fourth in O. C. Track Niurray State walked away with first place honors in the OVC track championship nieet held on Tennes- see 'l'ech's track, compiling a total ol. 48-l points. The Maroons of Eastern Kentucky came nearest to the Murray thinclads, but they were a total of I2 points behind. Next in line came ETSC, MTSC, Tech, Morehead and XVestern Kentucky. Only three points separated the second, third. and fourth place teanis, with 'l'ech's cindernien compiling a total ol' 295 points. Four individual OVC records were broken to lur- nish plenty ol excitement for those attending the nieet. Robert "Sweetears" lnnian, Techs school pole vault chainpion, soared l2'7" to set a new conference record. Innian's school record, however, is l3fl'f. Other records were broken by Earl Knight, Eastern Kentucky, who threw the shot put fl7'EV'g John Daniels, Murray State, who threw the discus l39'6"g and Clay- ton Stiyers, Eastern Kentucky, who high jumped 6'4W". No records were broken in the dashes or distance runs, although the Tech track was in good shape. By Virtue ol' its Victory, Murray replaced Eastern as the OVC champ. A SHORT BREAK during rough competition Page 241 P 'lin Wnvvnnrnunq M. 3535... X all 3 ,..,..: I lLLU DOWN HTG G CARLOS "SLINGSHOT" SPRINGFIELD-football VIVA EWTON-volleyball ROBERT "SWEETEARS" INMAN-basketball Page 242 BILLY H U LL-track lntramural tandouts Brighten Program Une of the bright spots of 'l'ech's intramural pro- gram was the outstanding perforniance of some in- diyiduals. Viva Iiwton paced the senior girls to the volley- ball championship and the runner-up spot in the basketball tournament. Aggressiveuess and a desire to win were her trademarks. XfVith the coming of football s e as o n Carlos Springfield loosened up his pitching arm and passed his teani to the football championship. Known to his teainuiates as "Slingshot,,' Springfield was noted for his accuracy and dependability. The Physical Education Club looked to Robert "Sweetears" lnnian for leadership and captured the double eliniination basketball tournanient. lninan, who played on the Tech freslnuan team. was the teanrs leading rebounder and iuost accurate shot. Billy Hull doininated the field events in the in- traniural track uieet. A lineinan on 'l'ech's football team, Hull captured both the shot put and discus. vw ww N 1 sf M Q un- TECH'S INTRAMURAL COUNCIL-Seated: Coach Raymond Brown, Miss Judy Orr. Standing: Ed Smith, Mary Jane Perdue, Jess Plemons Intramurals Are Fastest Growing Program 111121011 Rz1y111111111 "Bull" B111w11, 'l'C1'1l'S 11111'llll1l1l'Z1l 1111e1'1111, 11218 111111111 111211 111s job is 1111 CZISY 11110. 1111 1.110 i1lll'21lI1l1I'2ll 11111g1z1111 is 1110 1521s10s1 g1'1111'111g 11111g121111 1111 1110 0z1111I111s. 13511111 111 111111 111111 1' 11' 7218 '11111 'C21'S. IC 1111111 JC' 11' s 111011 s PZl1'1iCiIJ2l111lg' ill 11111'2ll11111'2l1S 1121s 111111111011. N111 11111y 1111s, i1111'2lII1l11'2l1S 2ll'C begi1111i11g 111 1112111111 11111 211111 121liC 111 1111110 sp1111s 211'11vi1i0s. 1521s110111z11l 111111 111111112111 2110 by 1i2l1' 1110 1w11 111051 111111111111 s111111s, lllll 'I'01311's P1'0gl'21ll1 z11s11 i111t111110s 1I'2lCli, golf, S1V1l1l1ll1l1g, v1111ey11z11l, 1121111110112111, :11111 11111's0s11110 pi11:11111g. 011011 111 1111111 111011 211111 1111111011 1111 1110 1tz1111p11s, 1311111p01i111111 1101110011 1'211i1111s Cl11lJS 111111 111'g2111ifa111111s is YC1'y liCC11. 1111w0x'01. 11 is 11111 11C1'L'SS2l1'y 111 1JClO11f,f 111 21 111111 111 1111101 l11Cll1Cl' 21 1CZiIl1. I1111'2lI1lll1'lllS 1111'11is11 au 01100110111 11l1p111'1111111y 1111 l'O1'lllC1' lligll s1i1111111 PlZlyC1'S W1111 11111 11111 go 11111 1111 11112 V2l1'S1ly s1l112111s, 11111, W1111 like 111 11211'111'i112110 111 z1111101i1fs. 'li1101'01'111'0, 1:xl101'i0111'0 plays 1110 11ig11110 111 Clillllllillillg 1021111s 211111 110101'111i11i11g 1110 011211111111111 111 117111'1l2l11lC111S sp1111s111011 by 1110 11l1l'2lI11l11i2il lJl'Ogl'21ll1. N111 111111' 11110s 1110 il11l'2l1l1U1'Z1l 11111g1z1111 s111111s111' 1:1- Page 244 111111s lO111'l12l111C1llS, 11 makes all k11111s 111' s111111s 01111111- 1110111 211011211110 111 s11111e111s. A s111110111 may 1110111 0111 w0ig111s, lC1ll11S l'2lCliC1S, boxing 01111iI11110111. 111111 1111101 01111i111110111. 111 1111101 111 1'21l'1'y 11111 1111s 0xpz11111111g 11111g1'z1111 c102l1'11 111111111 1121s 1110 11111 111' :111 1111l'2lI11lll'21l 0111111011 1 13111111111s011 111' 1111111 111011 211111 YVOIIICII 1111 1110 C211111111s W1111 2110 i11lCl'CS1C11 111 1111s 1ype 111 work. INTRAMURAL EQUIPMENT MANAGERS, Jess Plemons and Ed Smith I TENN TECH ooww 10 GO 1NTRAMURAL FOOTBALL W1NNERS-Kneeling: Joe Sutton, Nealon INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL WINNERS-Front Row: Ed Smith, Bud Agee, Ronnie Tiller, Don Cox. Standing: Jerry Volman, Carlos Spring- Beatty, Hugh Mitchell, Gary Muslcett, Carlton Kell, Chuck Galyon, Hugh field, Wayne Greer Hac111er. Second Row: Warren Gilley, Robert lnman, Sam Brooks, Red Hemphill, Last Row: John Skidmore 1J1S1J12l1'111g1l 11111111010111 111111 s00111111g11' l11'C1C5S 512111. 'l'111s g111'0 1110 .X1'1111111s 11111 011111111111111s11111s 111 11111 1110 121l'g'CSl l1lC111S 1ll11'll1Illll'2l1 1J1'Ug1'2l1Il 0101 11ss1-111111011 1'0111s. 11 110111 HCYC1' 11011110 11111'111111111s11011 111 1llll'2lIIlll1'211 11010 11111011 111 1110 11111s1 s111'00ssl'111 110111 111 11s 111s11111'. 01111111011111111 111 '11L'L'1l. 11111111111 111111111111 11111110 17 1011111s. 1'1111s1s1111g 111 1711 11101111'-11111 10211118 1111111i11g 11111 111011 1J2ll'l1C117ll1,C11 111011. lvflllglll 111 ll l11l'1111llg 111111'-1111 1101110011 1110 1F's 111 1110 1111s1101111111 11111111111110111. 11111101 1110 l0111101s11111 111" 111111 111s1 1'0111's tN'11lllCl'. 1110 .-X1'i111111's. F11 51111111 111111 l'C11C1'CC511CSS 1'101111111s 111111 1111111 CL11100. 1111111 1110 lllll'C1Clll1Ilg 11F's gl'1ll111llg 111111 111111111g 111111111115 11111111 1111110 11110. 1110 1'111's11'111 K11111111111111 111011 11111' 111 11 111100 111 11110 101111 111111 111111' L'1g'11l s011111111s 1011111 11101 1110 511211108 111 1110 1111111s 111 1110 1111111110 01111111111- 1011 111 111211. 1110 ,'X1'1111111's 111110 1110 s11111111' 11g111 211111 111' 111111 11Jlll'll2llllC1lI. 1111111 1011111s 01111s1s1011 111 s01'01111 11111- CI111111s "S1111gs11111" S1Jl'1llg11C111 111 1110 1115's 11111-111111 S12lll1111lg111g'1l s1'1111111 1J12lyCl'S 211111 1111101s 111111111111 0111101 11110. 131111011 1111 1110111115 X'll1'S111' 01' 1105111112111 1011111. 7111111 1111ss0s 111101 1110 1101101111111110 "S1111gs11111" 1111011 '1110 S1Jill1CS 11010 111 1110 111s01s lJl'2lC1iC1. s11 11101 111111 1110 1111111111g 1111ss 111 110111 V1111111111 1111 1110 011111111111111- 1111111111101l10 111111010111011 Phys E11. 811112111 111100 111 1111101 511113. 111 1111111 1111111 111111 11l'Sl 1111100 111111111s. A JUMP BALL starts an intramural basketball game Page 245 I BILL HULL puts the shot in the intramural track meet BRAD THOMAS WINS by a dog's tail Mawr' ummm, W My N2 an 1-fge.v2ti'i'555W' K A ' "1 t - 1n?"'... A 4 ffzfffs fr Page 246 Behind the sharp shooting ol' xloe Sutton, the Spades pttlled a major upset by winning the Hrst meeting oI the two teams. 62-SI. Stttton poured 27 points through the hoops in gttiding his team to the one-sided victory. The Phys. Ed, team was led by XVarren Gilley and Robert "Sweetears" Inman, both ol, whom were sea'- soned veterans, having played on 'I'ech's varsity and Ireshman teatns respectively. Meeting on the next night Ior the showdown. the l'hys. Edfs received the coveted nod with a smashing til-40 victory over the never-say-die Spades. Inman again led his team. bueketing 22 points. A total of II2 girls entered into womens intra- murals ttnder the guidance of Miss -Indy Orr. The rottnd robin tournaments consisted oI III volleyball and I I basketball games. Dixie HalI's seniors Iought their way to the Iinals in volleyball, along with Rye Hall. Paeed by Nancy Speck, Viva Ewton, and Nlicaela Sadler, the senior girls won the title handily. The Ireshmen of Meadows Hall poured on the steam to topple the volleyball champions ol' Dixie Hall lor the basketball title. The sharp shooting oIi Nancy Speck was the only barrier Ior the freshmen. as they waltzed to an easy 32-I 6 victory in the final game. INTRAMURAL OFFICIALS Jess Plemons and LIoyc,I Groce GIRLS VOLLEYBALL WINNERS-Kneeling: Mary Ellen Locke, Micaela VIVA EWTON scores a point for Dixie Hall Sadler, Bettye Morecloclc, Jean Turner. Sitting: Harriett Hawkins, Nancy Speck, Viva Ewton, Peggy Kemp Speck's league-leading total ol 83 points was good, making a clean sweep ol' YVOII1Cl1iS lI1Ll'2lIIllll"2llS, winning bin noi good enough Lo carry Dixie Hall Lo the basket- both Llie volleyball and basketball cliainpionships. ball Lille. Sophomore Suzie Saddler was second to Speck in Prior to Llie Caine the seniors had liivli lio es of total SCOl'lll0', dron in ' 59 oints tlirouoli the nets. C D P D I P Q P O GIRLS BASKETBALL WINNER-Kneeling: Glenda Shelton, Betty Gar- ner, Barbara Rausctienberger. Standing: Edna Clarlc, Janice Pile, Faye TRIPLE-TEAMING in girls intramural basketball Bilbrey Page 247 DOT CANTRELL Editor opeland ls Speaker For Religious Week D11 Joseph Cl01JCl11Ill1, lnzistor ol' the Secmicl 1'1'esbyLe11ia11 fllll11'C11 ol' Kiioxville. was the guest speaker 211 the tweiily-secmicl Religious l'iIIllJ1l2lS1S 1Vee1i. which was spoiisfmrecl by the leash Chris- Lizui .-'xssoc1iaLi011. .Ximing Lo i11c1'e11se SlllllCl1l i11Le1'es1 111 religioii 101' the ezuiipus, the 11111111211 Religious l'lllllJll2lSlS 1Veel4's activities i11ci11111e ll s1.u11e11L-l'z1eu1ly b2111- cluel. 21 Yo11111l111'y 2lSSClIl1Jly. urlchiess ill Public l'1'og1':1111s by 1he guest speukei' 211111 15018011211 11011- 1'e1'e11c'es lor i111e1'es1e1l S1llC1Cll1S. 'lqhe '1'C,'X stresses 5l,ll61Cll1. p211'l.ic'ip11lio11 211111 1ez111e1'ship i11 2111 phases ol' its lJl'Ogl'2llIl. XVi1h the exceptioii ol' special guest speakers, Lhe slu- 1le111 IIlCllll3CTS eo111l111'l their own 111ee1i11gs. .X 1e1111e1' ill the 1lex'e111p111e111 ol' 111e 111111111 211141 spi11i111z1l z1c1.ix'i1ies ol the C'2lIl1l3llS. the 'IILX lJl'Ugl'2llI1 i11Cllll1CS 11:1i1y llfllllliliiy clevolioiis. bi- lllfllllllly c1ex'o1io11z11 services. 21111111211 religious week. TCA slum night 111111 exchmige IJl'0gl'21lllS with 1lC2ll'lJy colleges. TCA BANQUET OPENS the annual Religious Emphasis Week activities Sclcclcd Council goxvclvns thc but any sl1111e11l. is eligible lim' IllClIlbC1'S1ll1J. TECH CHRISTIAN ASSOClATlON-First row: C. Huddleston, L. Huddleslzon, P. Reynolds, B. Boaz. Second row: Dr. T. J. Farr, Sponsor: B. Hayes, G. Smith, President E. Sullivan, Women's Vice Presidenfg S. Haste, Secretary-Treasurer, J. Newsom, Me-n's Vice President: G. Newsom. Third row: H. Warner, L. Martin, C. Fugate, H. Price, D. Long, B. Wood, K. Roberts. Page 250 My NEWMAN CLUB-First row: R. Neidert, President: C. Guyette, Vice President: P. Flaherty, Secretary: K. Moran, Treasurer: W. Brink, Public Relations: Father F. X. Sauerborn. Second row: A. Williams, N. Navarro, R. Navarro, D. Hartnett, M. Garrigan, W. Henry, M. Harris. Third row: R. Canny, L. Brink, L. Armos, G. Pal- mer, A. Henderson, R. Henkel, D. Hutchings, Fourth row: D. Cebe, H. Lopez, J. McNeil, R. Papes, J. Adams, J. Guschke Newman Delegates Attend Conventions 'lihis spring. a delegation lrtnn the Tech New- tnan Club attentlecl the Cult' l,I'0X'illCC eonventicnt in Hattiesburg. Mississippi. During' lull quarter, another delegation at- tentlecl the Regional Newman Convention in Nashville. .Xt this meeting. XX'alter Brink. Ray- inontl Neitlert. Pat Flaherty. Clarence Cuyette antl Kathleen Nloran participatecl in the election ot. state Newman Club ollicers anal cliseussecl ways anal tnethotls ol' increasing' ntetnbership in the southern clubs. 'lhrouglt a plannecl series ol' progrants. the Newtnan Club instructs its tnetnbers in the Yarie uus aspects ol' philosophy. tlteolugy. social probe letns antl the liturgy. 'lb weltl its tnentbers into one unit through the lellrnvsltip ol' spiritual. in- tellectual antl social interest is the aint ol' the Newntan Club. The tnetnbers have a meeting can 'lhurstlay nights lor xmrsliip ancl recreation. 'Iihe annual stutlent retreat highlights the stutlent's year. Father S2ItlCTlJlJl'll is aclvisfn' antl Raytncnicl Nei- clert is presiclent. NEWMAN CLUB members enjoy Christmas party Page 251 'M W -.:b5'+f...:::fra.. .few 4 'f,-fV,..yg,...'.,.g, ., ,. : 1,3 I-:-3:-t - -- ......a...........N,......M, ., RW 1 , -M ---f W. s... ,...,. , .WVMW V M.. ..,..v ., ...f1.1..::::.2w51irf?f5.:.:55wss?5f?sii1rff555555g,q,f3,'Q555.wgggggggs WESLEY FOUNDATION-First row: T. Little, President: B. Hayes, Vice President: L. Burchfiel, Secretary: J. Hall, Treasurer, J. Jones, R. Owen, B. Hawkins, Mrs. W. Capps, F. Moore, Mrs. J. Carlen, D. Noble, Directory M. Noble. Second row: C. Catron, R. Medley, L. Huddleston, J. Williams, J. Jones, C. Robinson, C. Huddleston, K. Glenn, E. Mitchell, T. Tippitt, E. Noble. Third row: N. Jobe, G. Williams, H. Crist, G. Smith, B. Wood, B. Smith, T. Tippit, G. Burt, D. Mitch- WESLEY FOUNDATION program centered around Race Relations Sunday l l l Page 252 ell, K. Crawford, P. Johnson. Fourth row: K. Roberts, G. Meadors, N. Mynatt, R. Averitt, J. Miller, C. Smith, H. Carlen Wesley Center ls Campus Communit To deepen, enrich and mature the Christian faith ol' college men and women is the purpose of the XrVesley Foundation, the student Methodist organization. The correlation of lVesley Foundation busi- ness and activities is directed from the VVesley Center, which is located on East Ninth Street. An informal, friendly place, the center offers an opportunity for group studies, discussions, and recreation. Open daily except during church services, the center has a library, kitchen, recreation and as- sembly room with facilities such as a hi-fi set, piano, and ping pong equipment. As a campus Cfllllllllllllly, the XVesley Founda- tion endeavors to promote better student-faculty relationships. 'l'hroughout the year a series ol' luncheons are held at noon, with invited faculty members as guests. Rachel Medley is in charge ol' these luncheons. Realizing the diverse abilities and interests of 1l1e s1111le111s, XVesley lfo111111211io11 oflers Zl wide range oif 21ctivi1ies lo i11l.Cl'CSL 211111 develop 1l1e '5' Stl1C1CIll1S lea1le1'sl1i11 211111 spi1'i11121l g1'ow1l1. 111116 oflieial 11ewsp21pe1', The l'l"1'.s'l1i1' 1"o11111I1'r, is e1l- N1 i1e1l by Rosie Owen. W . . . 1 .X 1111111121 QTUIIIJ llI111C1' ll1e 1llI'CCl1OIl ol Nl1's. ' Mary Noble is l'CSlJUllSllJlC l'o1' 111e p1'o11111t1io11 ol' 2, plays, s11Cl1 as "Room lor 21 King." 21 1111111121 pre- SCIIICK1 ill cllll'lSlIll21S. Bill Slllllll is 1112111121 1'o111f li 111iL1ee 1'l121ir1112111. 'l'l1e 1Vesley Choir. 1li1'e1'1e1l by lJZlYl1l Noble. in A 1 ' 1'o11sis1s ol' 211JIJl'0XlllllllCly 512 s11111e111s who pre- V I '-1 W SClll 1Jl'0gT2lll1S 211 1l1e Firsl Nle1l1o1lis1 Cl1lI1'Cl1, Q it TCA 211111 Wlesley 111eeLi11gs. Meinbers ol. 1.l1e C11- 1i1'e group also 2lllCllCl 1'a1'io11s 1'e111e211s 211111 con- ff ve111io11s cluring 1l1e year. Members ol' 1l1e XVesley l'lOUllC12lIiOIl slallf are as lollows: 1l1e Rex. James Reed Cox, pastor- 1li1'ee1o1'g Mrs. .lean Capps, hostess: Miss qlaniee jones. sec1'e1211'y: 211111 M13 Noble, 21sso1:i211e 111- 1ee1o1'. 8111110111 ofhcers are: 'l'e1'1'y l1iLKlC, IJl'CSlClCl1IQ PJl'CllCl2l Hays, VlCC-lJYCSlllClll.Q l,o1'ai11e l311r1'l1Iiel11, se1t1'e1a1'y: a1111 -lim Hall, ll'C21Sll1'C1'. GORDON MEADORS and Billy Smith perform in Wesley Foundation Christmas drama WESLEY FOUNDATION COUNCIL-J. Cox, J. Hall, J. Jones, Mrs. D. Noble, R. Averitt, B. Smith, B. Hayes, T. Little, R. Owen, G. Smith, P. Johnson, B. Wood, C. Fagan, D. Noble, L. Burchfiel Page 253 DON LYELL FAILS in attempt to distract Viva Ewton from her train ot chatter in "Keep Talking" Church of Christ Develops Leaders Striving to builtl Christiztn t'l12ll'2lClCl'. tlevelop- ing leztclership zunong its young nten. lCZlCl1il1g Iiible truths, ztncl liornrulztting interest, in church work. ure the ztitns of the Churt'h ol' Christ Stu- clent Group. Urgzutifetl in Mareh. 1953, this group nieets every luestlzty evening in the Librztry ztuclitoriunr :tt 7 l'.Xl. to give stutlents zur opportunity for Christian fellowship. Progrznns ztre plannecl with at twoliolcl goal, to be spiritually lJCIlCllC'l2ll us well zts entertztining. These weekly progrznns consist ol' Bible stucly, inlorinztl cliseussions, singings, rnotion pictures :intl guest speakers. This yeztr's lezulers are: Morris C. Litton, group lezttler: Mr. and Nlrs. Ray Kinslow. faculty sponsors: Ronztltl Cribbs. ztssistztnt group lezuler: Pauline liieklorcl. secretary: Kzttherine Urissorn. treasurer: :intl Claude Lzunztr. ztclviser zrncl ntinis- terial sponsor. CHURCH OF CHRIST-First row: M. Litton, Group Leaclerg R. Critzbs, Assistant Group Leader: P. Bicktord, Secretary: C. Grissom, Treasurer: F. Bilbrey, P. Wilkerson, E. Jones, S. Birclwell, C, Flowers. Second row: L. Sain, I. Hays, B. Singleton, M. Wray, C. Pharris, R. McCandless, J. Gamble, T. Dedmon, R. Grissom. Third row: J. Knowles, L. Swann, A. Masters, A. Fox, A. Patton, B. Carr, M. Locke, W. Westbrook, L. Litton. Fourth row: E. Rice, Jr., W. Watkins, R. Slate, K. Hinson, R. Nutt, H. Bush, E. Price, Jr., B. Warrington, C. Chisam Page 254 -J...-.1 anna. CHURCH OF CHRIST-First row: J. Adcoclc, W. Hays, B. Creel, G. Workman, V. Fleming, R. Kinslow, Sponsor, Mrs. R. Kinslow, Sponsor: C. Lamar, Sponsor. Second row: T. Ragland, J. Dedmon, S. Green, M. Willis, J. Bicldiord, A. Rivers, M. Lauderdale, W. Howell, M. Christian, J. Garrett. Third row: M. Thompson, V. Ewton, J. McFerrin, P. Watkins, C. Moody, J. Lawson, B. Poole, D. Suddath, W. Prentice. Fourth row: R. Roark, S. Harlin, L. Alexander, R. Yearwood, J. Carr, K. Castleman, E. Rich, B. Flatt Members ol the program committee are as fol- lows: Viva Ewton, Mary Elizabeth Lauderdale, Virginia Fleming, Charles Chism, Danny Sud- dath and Beverly Creels. Barbara Poole is at- tendance chairman. . . . . . . . 5, 1 Student participation in all the activities of f the local Churches ol' Christ is emphasized. Be- 5 c sides their interest in spiritual growth, an im- gf portant part of their program provides for picnics, , skating parties and other social activities. 2- In October l058, approximately thirty mem- 'S- bers ol' the group attended a week-end retreat at Short Mountain, near Smithville, Tennessee. r ,M The retreatis program included group singing, short devotionals and recreation, such as hiking. ping pong and shullleboard. Ron Roark was the speaker at the Sunday morning worship service, which terminated the retreat. Another group ol' the Church ol: Christ stu- dents attended the annual Spring Lectureship Singing, which was held at David Lipscomb Col- lege in Nashville. .AX delegation ol' approximately hfty students attended this meeting, which was a type of song-lest: about 5,000 persons from all Over the nation lvclic HL the lucclillg' A SHORT WALK 'From campus is the Collegeside Church of Christ Page 255 SU Serves Baptist Youth Serving as the connective link between the stu- dent and the church, is the 'l'ech Baptist Student Union, which is the local unit ol' the national oi'- ganization of Baptist college youth. l.ocatcd on XVest Seventh Street at Cedar Ave- nue across l.l'0lll the 'llech stadiuni, thc new BSU Center is known as the "home away lroin hoinew to the BSU-ers. The center which was lornially dedicated in lfl58. is open daily lor the students lroni S .fX.Nl. to lll BNI. lt is a gatliering place for fellowship, lun, and recreation aniid a good Clnistian atmosphere. 'l'he planned progranis ol' the Baptist Student Union include: vespers, which are student led, Monday through Fridayg Bible study and discus- sions. each Saturday night: coltee and doughnuts, each Sunday morning: a singspiration on Sunday nightsg a BSU choir. A delegation oi' students also attend the annual BSU state convention at Canip Carson. Tennessee, October lll-l2. PROFESSORS Wallace Prescott, James A. Barksdale, and C. O. Glisson, par- chhcl. CYCINQ S Dougorcd b. the .U.C. .1 ticipate in Panel discussion at BSU Center K ' l A K ' 1 BAPTIST STUDENT UNION-First row: J. Foster, President: D. Kress, F. Bennett, J. Johnson, C. Mullinix, G. Hardy, H. Hawkins, B. Hatfield, D. Brooks, S. Ra- der, D. Pharris, C. Fugate, P. Croley, W. Powers, J. Crumpacker, Sponsor. Second row: L. Bratcher, K. Sexton, M. Hedgecoth, B. Akin, C. Wilhite. Third low: G. Walker, M. Johnson, K. Hicks, C. Carden, D. Wolfe, N. Swack, W. Hughes, J. Faris, M. Dixon, G. Harris. Fourth row: B. Teissler, P. lsenberg, N. Chitwood, W. Cochran, S. Thomas, B. Hawkins, G. Newsom, R. Boatman, B. Wilmore, D. Phillips, J. Moore, S. Ray. Fifth row: G. Galloway, W. Hughes, J. Forrester, P. Evans, M. Burke, S. McClanahan, J. Elrod, E. Sullivan, S. Shockley, P. Scarlett, P. Johnston. Sixth row: E. Pardue, J. Anderson, N. Turner, R. Harris, J. Emmett, J. Kennon, E. Thomas, K. Johnson, B. Schleicher, J. Sells. Seventh row: C. McKinney, J. Holder, J. Simmons, K. Hixon, B. Harris, R. Elliott, F. Pennycuft, L. Rawls, B. Boshears, W. H. Smith. Eighth row: S. Carter, E. Davis, G. Maggart, C. W. Ramsay, J. Newsom. vm me g Q R9 4' 'U 79 Q warm ' ,B if Q al l 1 M , . ,,.-- , if :sg 11" r 960 Page 256 BSU COUNCIL-W. Powers, D. Brooks, S. Mullins, J. Johnson, G. Hardy, C. Fugate, H. Hawlcins, J. Foster, J. Crumpaclter, D. Kress, P. Croley, C. Mullinax, D. Pharris, S. Rader, F. Bennett brotl1e1'l1ood, coinposed of Baptist 111e11 011 cani- pusg tl1e YTVA, wl1icl1 is the organization of Bap- tist wonien o11 canipus. Tl1e Brotlierhood and YYVA l10st annual banquets, wl1icl1 highlight tl1e BSU's social activities. An annual BSU banquet is also l1eld in tl1e spring. Tecli delegates also attended tl1e state convention llClKl i11 Knoxville in April. Tl1e BSU 111e111bers participate ill intraniural football, basketball, a11d softball ill addition to using tl1e I'CCTC2lLi01l2ll facilities sucl1 as ping pong, chess, and sliullleboard wl1icl1 are available at tl1e Center. Tl1e lounge at tl1e center is ope11 daily lor reading Zllltl fellowship: a prayer rooin is provided for students, use. Flilllj Baptist Student Union is directed by a corps ol' student ollicers of wl1icl1 xliin Foster is president: a faculty advisor, Klolin Oldlianig a stu- dent director, Joe Cru111packe1'. Menibersliip is ope11 to anyone who wishes to join. Tl1e purpose ol' tl1e Baptist Student Union is to assist in ineeting tl1e spiritual needs ol' tl1e college stuclentg to e11list students ill tl1e -COlIl1JlClC life Zlllil prograni ol' tl1e local Baptist Cl'1lll'ClTCS and to enlist Gods plan to tl1e unevangelized. THE BAPTIST STUDENT CENTER lounge which is open daily has various recrea- tional facilities available Page 257 CANTERBURY CLUB-First row: S. Haste, President: P. Haste, Secretary-Treasurer: H. Warner, Jr., Reporter: The Rev. H. Catlin, Chaplain. Second row: A. Carl- son, Jr., A. Cathey, A. Tripp, Jr., J. Lee Canterbur Club Meets for Prayer Canterbury Club, led by President Sue Haste, nieets every Sunday night for Evening Prayer which is followed by Z1 supperette and social. Sponsored by the lfpistsopztl Church, the Canterbury Club strives to reach every Episeopalian on the eznnpus, but per- sons ol' any faith may attend their meetings. By eor- relating the lile and worship of the student, the club hopes to bring the Church and the school eoniniunity closer together. P Group Has Weekl Devotions Meeting on 'lhursdztys in the l.ibrzn'y, the Cum- berland Presbyterian Group has 21 devotional service with singing, nieditzttion, guest speakers or student pzinels. The group ztttenipts to bring the individual student into Z1 closer relationship with God during his college days and at the saune time to present to hini the true meaning ol' religion. Glen Hendrick- son is group president. CUMBERLAND CLUB-First row: G. Henderson, President: A. Peek, Vice-President: J. Chism, E. Bryant, R. Fuson, Sponsor. Second row: C. Sullivan, J. Hensley, P. Scott, N. Russell, D. Tipton, E. Kirkpatrick Page 258 loint Council Directs Engineering Clubs .Ks a bi-annual project. the Engineering loint Council sponsors an Engineers Day on the cani- pus in connection with National Engineers Yifeek. This Jroffrani will be observed again in lfltitl. D D The Council sends delegations ol its nienibers to the area high schools where they filler advice about those high school studies necessary and helplul lor one planning to major in engineering in college. The Council is coniposed of the presidents ol' TSPE, CE, ME, AIEE and the chemical and general engineering clubs. A representative is selected at large lroin each club to serve on the council. The council otlieers are chosen by the council niexnbers themselves. Because there are so nianv fields old engineering ollered at Tech. with each division having its own clepartniental club, a delinite need for a Central governing body existed. The Joint Engineering Council was organized to hll this need and act D as a liaison lor the departmental clubs. Prof. TOM TIPPIT SUPERVISES as Julian King and Harold Morgan post National TNI. Henderson is sponsor. Engineers. Week Sign ENGINEERING JOINT COUNCIL-T. Tippit, J. McNeill, J. King, Secretary-Treasurer: P. Quarles, Vice President: J. Volman, President: J. M. Henderson, Spon- sor: W. Inglis, D. Compton, J. Boyd, H. Morgan Page 259 W-SSS Hmmm 5653 .tl 'Wm ww! wk mwwsw we iWH WS www swam ssxsswwzsfsi MWWMW Wwmew siwmmmfw Mt'! 'miIis ? m mm M9Ie mH T2 i sa WSWWSWM MMWW W mmms SPWMBWWUWB SCM YJ-44551 KWH mmwessm ZMWQQQWQ fwfiamstfsww ?H51 M2Ef 5 i-33-i .-.mQ!!9ln :- ,,.., . "'f?"7"'5 ":iff'.f 5 .. .. 4 TSPE-First row: T. Tippit, President: J. Gore, Vice President: J. Noblit, Secretary: J. King, EJC Representative: H. Morgan, C. Ledbetter, B. Smith, W. S. Pres- cott, R. L. Dunckel. Second row: R. Ryburn, J. Hudson, W. Henry, A. Mikul, J. Cowherd, E. Pugh, D. Reid, J. Tucker, P. Quarles. Third row: W. Davis, D. Comp- ton, J. Greer, W. Mitchell, Jr., H. Miller, G. Harper, R. Morris, R. Jarrell, D. Hays. Fourth row: J. Huggins, S. Harlin, D. Tippin, J. Gant, R. Bunn, R. Johnson, R. Marsh, W. Hickman, D. Sanders, E. Manners, D. Ezell, D. Parker. Fourth row:I-liwtiggett, D. Hall, L. Ferguson, W. Nichols, B. Lane, C. Springfield, J. Volman, J. i ert TSPE MEMBERS WORK on their float 'For the annual homecoming parade Tech T PE Chapter Sponsors Annual Ball To inculcate in its members the importance of the engineering profession is the primary goal of the Tennessee Tech Student Chapter of The Tennessee Society of Professional Engineers. The student chapter strives to promote those qualities which are essential to high professional attain- ment. To assist in the realization of these goals the TSPE programs are planned to inform the stu- dents about current events related to the various lields ol' engineering, through the medium of speakers and industrial iilms. The Tennessee Tech Student Chapter is a member ol: the National Society of Professional Engineers. The Tech chapter is the only stu- dent chapter in the entire state and the state and national organizations are composed ol' licensed professional engineers. ln keeping with its goal of giving the student the best technical education with proper moral, Page 260 mental, physical ancl social tlevelopment, the if TSPE sponsors various events lor the entire Stll- ll tlent bocly, such as the annual Iingineers clance. -W-W'-wwf-w....e.. The TSPE is known for originality. unusual K W.. M., i'."""""""'-'- theme ancl beautilul clecorations, which are an L integral part ol every engineering ball. l.ast year's clance lfeatuiecl the orchestra ol' Larry Sonn ancl the theme was a "Night in Nlanhattanf' Each year. the stuclent members ol' the society QI, conceive, compose ancl tlevelop the iclea anal all the ntechanisnis lor the engineering float. lot' homecoming paracle. The lloat is built by Volun- tary labor and is linanfecl by the students. This year's float, "Flush XVestern" was the first. place winner. Each spring the TSPE sponsors an annual out- ' ing lor the members. their families and friencls. Nlany ol the TSPIQ activities are in conjunction with the Engineering Joint Council and the fle- partmental engineering clubs. Prof. XV. S. Prescott and Prol. R. l.. Dunckel ol' the engineering lactilty are the sponsors lor the Tennessee Tech Student Chapter of the 'len- nessee Society of Professional Engineers. John Thomas Tippit, an electrical engineering major, is presiclent of the society. ENGINEER QUEEN Patricia Moore and her court, Barbara Underclown, Sue Lynn, and Mary Grace Willis TSPE-First row: C. Guyette, W. lnglis, J. Childers, M. Morris, L. Gregory, C. Wolgamott, Jr., C. Thompson, E. Hiclcey, H. Kinser. Second roxy: D. Kernea, Jr., D. McLarty, T. McCracken, H. Rogers, T. Tippit, E. Avant, L. Swanson. Third row: F. Rogers, H. Dellr, J. Darling, P. Craigheacl, R. Dayhutt, E. Price, Jr., G. Jones, W. Bush. Fourth row: A. Gann, D. Burr, L. Broolrs, H. Boatman, J. Stair, P. Griffith, D. Ray, D. Mattson. Fifth row: R. Peters, K. Roberts, J. Miller, J. Fuqua, F. Atni , A. Hollinsworth, A. Fitzgerald. Sixth row: J. Long, B. Nelson, W. Greer, D. Cox, J. McNeil P X ' an Page 261 AIEE Members Enter Natlonal Contest For the lirst year, the inenibers ol' the Tech AIEE chapter have written technical papers which were enterecl in national conipetition, spon- , A - - soretl by the .-Xnierican Institute ol' Electrical En- gineers. Local winning papers were presented in competition with 22 other colleges in the A southeastern clistrict. i v ii Each year representatives of the 'liech chapter attencl the clistrict .VXIEE convention. This year's meeting was heltl in Atlanta, Georgia. Xtlilliain Inglis serves as chairnian ol' the group, which is in its liourth year. The object ol' the .-Xnierican lnstitute ol. Elec- trical Engineers is to advance the theory and practices ol' engineering and the allied sciences. .Xt the sanie tinie the chapter strives to inaintain a high prolessional stantling aniong its ineinbers. As a branch ol' the engineering society, the AIEE inenihers participate in all the various cluties ol' the society. Nleinbership is open to all unclergracluate electrical engineers. l'rol'. .-X. I.. HAROLD MILLER TESTS voice as Vfilliam Anderson watches the voice ,,,d,C,,,o, Duke is sponsor. AIEE-First row: W. Inglis, Chairman, N. Hillman, Vice Chairman: J. Grissom, Secretary: H. Denny, Treasurer: J. Boyd, Delegate at Largeg H. Miller, E. Gentry, G. Harper, J. Tucker, A. Dulce, Sponsor. Second row: D. Kernea, R. Grinder, D. Lambert, H. Price, B. Burgess, J. Stansberry, L. Lowe, L. Dickey, L. Mills, T. Page. Third row: J. King, D. Sipes, P. Craighead, T. Williams, C. Almon, P. Poore, J. Hutchings, G. Jones, C. Green, K. Watson. Fourth row: W. Crawford, Jr., P. Douglas, H. Carlen, C. Butler, R. Dulce, T. Crawford, R. Talley, W. Hagewood, W. Bush. Fifth row: C. Carter, M. Webb, W. Smotherman, A. Neely, J. Col- lins, H. Meadows, L. Metzger, V. Campbell, J. Miller, J. Hunter 'VT Y A' 'W EMM ham' i 1 i ' . - . . E . s sm .fn W may , 5 . Z W 5 :ww We terse .nm 'Ve gg E My www Y Q 19 fn. tvs-E. . A mama vs-I Q35 Q 2 'Z' mwwlm g ,iii in i 2 1 Page 262 TT-V M ti t t ri ,. ,sa ,.,... is . M F TENNESSEE TECH SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS-First row: H. Morgan, Chairman: C. Boardman, Vice Chairman: J. Cowherd, Secretary: F. Leg- gett, Treasurer: D. Compton, EJCg R. Ryburn, O. Eubanlt, B. Smith, C. Ledbetter, T. Hardin, Sponsor: C. Glisson, Sponsor. Second row: J. Darling, A. Milcul, J. Ralston, W. Wells, C. Fugate, C. Reese, J. Paul, P. Griffith, E. Pugh, R. Armstrong, J. Webster. Third row: W. Davis, J. Potter, D. Vaughn, J. Townsend, K. Roberts, A. Farsai, D. Reid, W. Greer, J. Pearson, J. Pearson, C. Barton. Fourth row: J. Johnson, J, Kelley, R. Denney, J, Thurman, R. Rowan, F. Rogers, D. Cox, W. Hickman, J. Noblit, J. Gore, J. Long. Fifth row: L. Ferguson, T. Widmer, J. Brown, M. Williams, R. Marsh, D. Hall, W. Huffstetler, E. Sullivan, L. Fox lVlE9s Participate in E1 C Activities 'lihe Tennessee Tech Society ol' Mechanical En- gineers was organized to unite by social and tech- nical means the students in the Department of Mechanical Engineering and to further the in- terests of mechanical engineering in general. In the interest of the entire school, the Society assists in the activities ol the Engineers' joint Council, which is the parent organization, and also helps with the Engineers' Ball and the Iloat lor the honteconiing parade. The MES have an annual outing during the spring quarter, and this year they sponsored an open house of the Me- chanical Engineering Laboratory. lfnder the guidance ol' Professors 'lf C. Hardin and CI. U. Glisson. club sponsors, the ineinbers strive to contribute to the prestige of their pro- Iiession and at the sante titne to enhance the pres- tige ol' the 'l'ech School of Engineering and the college itsell. During the spring quarter. the ME's sent a delegation to the student eonliercnce held by the .-Xtnerican Society ol' Mechanical lingineers at the llniyersity ol' Florida in Clainesyillc. TESTING the performance characteristics ot a reciprocating air compressor is one of the experiments conducted by seniors in ME lab Page 263 'Q , g .aus .. ..... ,. . W . .g .,. . ,g li sf . ,M Q o QI I Q KQU E 'S5K WWW!! 35-n l Mt 0 !Ql Eli! til t ,j:. .Qf.iZ' INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY-First row: M. Chittenden, President, R. Jones, Vice President, G. Wingett, Secretary: D. Simcox, Representative: H. Parkey, Treas- urer: R. Hale, J. Crouch, D. Cook, C. Hayes, D. Graves, C. Ledtord, J. Moore, Sponsor: W. Lewis, Sponsor. Second row: C. Fagan, T. Dedmon, G. Suter, W. Hughes, Jr., D. Edwards, H. Shockley, J. Lewis, S. King, P. Johnson, H. Warner, Jr., B. Pettross, F. Grubb, C. Demetriou. Third row: T. Fore, J. Bradford, H. Squires, C. Cheatham, R. Anderson, H. Baker, W. Carver, J. Weaver, W. Wells, L. Reagan, R. Lewis, Jr., J. Smith, D. Stewart. Fourth row: T. Sells, J. Speck, R. Stew art, L. Rawls, M. Jacquish, J. Polston, L. Sills, T. Charles, T. Carr, B. Brown, D. Moore, C. Tucker, B. Claypool. Fifth row: B. Orand, C. Morris, D. Sutton, W. Kelso V. Allen, J. McClanahan, H. Merritt, C. Willis, C. Lockhart, J. Dunn, H. Winningham, J. Seeborn. Sixth row: W. Longmire, B. Bryant, P. Croley, J. Watts, W Rice, Jr., J. Hampton, L. Clarke, W. Fullam, Jr., J. King, J. Barker WORKING ON THE METAL LATHE is included in Industrial Technology laboratory ITS Begin nnual Banquet, Ward One of the newest organizations on the cznnpns Page 264 is the Society of Intlustrial Technology, which was orgztnizetl ut the beginning ol liztll quarter. lt serves those stuclents majoring in Industrial Technology and replaces the Eoriner tlepztrtinen- tztl club of lntlustriztl Arts. Entleavoring to enlarge the elub's scope, the ntetnbers started an znnnutl banquet, which lea- turetl an outstftntling speaker front totlz1y's inclus- triul lielcl. An ztwurtl has also been sturtetl untl will be presented zninuully to the nrost worthy sttttlent in the club. 'llhe ztwartl will be bztsetl on scholarship, lezttlership, cliznuietet' anal the stu- tlent's contributions to his club, ClClJ2ll'l,tllCllL ztntl his college. The Society ol' lnclnstriztl VllCfflllllJl1Jgy hats two inn-ior objectives. lt ztiins to lurnish un opportu- nity lor students to pztrticipate in extra-ttnrricular ztcitivities uncl to gain at better nntlerstztntling ol' the teelniologieztl services in the inclustriztl worlcl. In an effort to broaden the individual student's experiences, the IT Club sponsors planned Held trips to area industrial plants. These lield trips give the club members an opportunity to observe actual industries in their regular work operations. Membership in the club is open to any student majoring in industrial technology. However, membership and active participation in the club's activities serve as an excellent recommendation to industrial firms when the student graduates. Speakers, informal discussions, panels and in- dustrial Iirms comprise the regular club meetings which are held twice a month. The programs are designed to increase the student's knowledge of his chosen Iield. Operating funds for all the club's activities are raised by the proceeds from club-operated vend- ing machines and by concession sales at athletic events. This year's officers are: Myers Chittenden, presidentg Ronald jones, vice-president, Harold Baker, secretary, Harold Parker, treasurer. I BILL WELLS WORKS on the wood lathe in Industrial Technology laboratory MR. BILL LEWIS PRESENTS C. R. Hayes a plaque for being the outstanding student in the Industrial Technology Department Page 265 Q. 'Qt . 1 ...1 11..- CIVIL ENGINEER SOCIETY VISITS plant where pre-stressed concrete slabs are designed and manufactured CEQS Sponsor tudent moker 'l'l1c Civil li11gi11cc1'i11g' Cl11b. sp011so1'c1l 1l1iS yczu' by l'1'c1l'. ll. XV. NIZIIISOII z1111l prcsiclccl OVC1' by its prcsiclcul, lJ2ll'0l1I C. l3u111'y, is 0110 of 1l1c l11'z111Cl1cs ol' 1I1c 'l'ccI1 1'I1z1p1c1' ol' 1l1c Socie1y Ol' I'lIlgillCCl'S. 'llI1c 11111'posc ol' 1l1c Cli Club is to IJTOIIIOLC a gl'C2l1CI' spccizllixcrl llIl1ICl'Sl2lll1IIIlg ol' 1l1c Iiclcl ol' civil c11gi11cc1'i11g as wcll us 10 c11l1a11cc 1l1c i11cli- xi1l11z1ls1u1Ic111.'s k1111wlc1Igc ol'1l1c c111i1'e c11gi11cc1'- ing 111'ol'cssio11. Pz11'1i1'il1z11i11g in lllkllly yz11'ic1I z1C1ivi1ics cluriug 1l1c srlumol ycur, ll1C CPL Club 11113111bc1's l10lcl 21 siuokci' wl1ic'I1 bclps I'1'csl1111c11 z111cl IICXV s1uclC11tS gm ?lCClll2ltlllC1l with cz1cl1 o1l1c1' as well as with thc Iucully z1111I lllJlJCI'Cl2lSSIIlCll. 'l'l1c i11to1'111al smokci' is fill i111po1'1z1111 pcriocl ol' Ol1lCl1l.2ltiOll for ll1c l'1'csl1111c11. I11 z11lcli1ic111 lo sl11111so1'i11g cvc111s for 1l1C CHS only. 1l1c club lJ2ll'lIK'IlJ2llCS 111 llic p1'og1'z1111 ol? 1116 'l'cCl1 'l'Sl'Ii ctI1z1p1c1'. such as Engineers' Day, 1l1C EllgillL'Cl'SI Bull z1111I 1I1c c11gi11cc1's' IIOQ11 lim' l1o111e- 1'o111i11g. 'l'l1c Cli Club also lms 21 spring picnic cz1cl1 year. CIVIL ENGINEERS-First row: H. Buttrey, President: H. Boatman, Vice President, F. Atnip, Secretary, F. Ramsey, Treasurer: R. Morris, W. Mitchell, Jr., D. Mattson, Sponsor. Second row: J. Hudson, J. Portertield, J. Paris, D. McLarty, R. Eastland, L. Brink. Third row: J. Sprouse, J. Huggins, R. Lampley, B. Hack- ett, B. Neely, R. Owen. Fourth row: W. Grandey, H. Delk, P. Quarles, L. Conner, W. Ballard, J. Howard. Fifth row: D. Burr, G. Beckwith, D. Ray, S. Pace, A. Hollingsworth, Jr., J. Gant. Sixth row: W. Prescott, T. McCracken, J. Hilbert, J. Brown, L. Swanson, D. Parker, E. Avant 3 112132115 . ' 5 ww mt A . "', g .7 ,g .E 1 llff 552353 Q Q .si 3. 'WW GENERAL AND CHEMICAL ENGINEERS-First row: J. Volman, Presideniq D. Dunavin, Vice President: W. Nichols, B. Oglesby, Treasurer: T. Hester, M. Morris, G. Lee, J. Adcoclr, R. Kinslow, D. Williams. Second row: F. Krech, N. Stacy, W. Burton, W. Haley, A. Ballinger, E. Usrey, J. Norris, Jr., M. Christian, Jr., R. Sil- ent, R. Wilmore. Third row: P. Vaughn, B. Nelson, E. Price, Jr., L. Carter, H. Cantrell, D. Prichard, R. Dilzmore, J. Greer, J. Fitzgerald, D. Harmon. Fourth row: C. Wolgamolt, Jr., J. McNeil, R. Dunclcel, J. Mason, H. Devaney, J. Harper, H. Wassom, R. Thurman, A. Taylor Engineers Form Dual Club 'lliose SLL1llClllS training lor ll prolession in bolli clieinislry and general engineering ure nieinbers ol the ilepzirtineiuzil club of the szune name. Under the clireetion ol: ils liaculiy sponsor. Prof. Don lVilliauis. and irs presiclenr, jerry Volniun, the General Engi- neering and Engineering Clieinistry Club presents 21 Well-balaneecl progrzun basecl on the social and recli- nical aspects of the profession. Eta Epsllon igma Honors Engineers 'Iliose sluclenls in llie upper one-lilili ol' llie senior class anal the upper one-eigluli ol' Llie junior class are eligible lor nieinbersliip in llie Era Epsilon Sigma. lionorziry engineering society. which recognizes our- sranrling zicliievenienl in the lielcl of engineering. Po- tenlial nienibers uiusl also possess an exeuiplziry char- acter. Faculty sponsor is T. C. Hzirclin. ETA EPSILON SIGMA-First row: J. Cowherd, President H. Morgan, Vice President: W. Smotherman, Secretary: D. Burr, Corresponding Secrekaryg J. Darling, Treasurerg H. Buflzrey, T. Hardin, Sponsor. Second row: J. Grissom, B. Shell, J. Huggins, R. Pless, H. Denny, J. Boyd. Third row: N. Hillman, R. Frisch, T. Widmer, J. Lancaster, R. Dunclrel, C. Glisson, M. Williams Page 267 BUSINESS SOCIETY QUEEN Micaela Sadler, center, and her attendants Joyce Elam and Alice Amacher Four Clubs Comprise Soeiet of Business 'Iohu N1001'11C2lil is p1'esi11e11t ol' tl1e Society ol' liusiuess ,'Xt1Ill1ll1Sll'21I1011 which is co111posc11 ol' tl1e 1le111111t111e11t111 Clubs ot' I111lust1'i111 Muuztge- 1IlCl11., Business h12lI1Z1gClIlCl1I,, .rXc1'o1111ti11g, 111111 Se1'1'et111'i11l S11ie111'e. D11 H111'o11l .Xycrs is tl1e so- 1:iety's 5130118012 '.1'he clulfs objective is to 1'o1'1'el11te tl1e ztctiyi- ties ol' the yzusious clubs l1l1tlCl' its .iu1'is1lictio11. It 111eets twice 11 111o11th. when the tlClJlll'Ul1Cl112tl cluhs 1lo11ot IIICC1. 1211111 ye111' the society spo11so1's tl1e 11111111111 Busi- uess 131111. El husiuess picnic. 111llI tl1e Cllll'2ll1CC 01 21 business llo11t. i11 the 1lOll1CCOlll1llg p111'111le. '1'he Society ol' Business Council is 1'o111pose11 ol' tl1e lout' olticers of the society itsell' 111111 t11e ollicers ol the KICIJZIYIIIICIIIZI1 c1u11s. 'l'l1is ytjlll' the ll1CIl11JC1'S ol' tl1e society yote11 to select tl1e queen 111111 het' 11tte111l1111ts l'1'o111 the young 12lC1iCS ill the School ol' ltusiuess. The queeu 111111 het' z1tte111la11ts are IJl'CSClllCtl 211 the 132111. which is the 1'1i11111x ol tl1e society's socia1 activities. SOCIETY OF BUSINESS-First row: J. Moorhead, President: J. Odom, Vice President: M. Sadler, Secretary-Treasurer: D. Whitehead, P. Morris, E. Butler, H. Ayers, Sponsor. Second row: A. Nixon, M. Garrigan, B. Purcell, J. Quinley, T. Melton, E. Miller, D. Murphy. Third row: M. Langford, P. Kemp, D. Jones, K. Schmidt, B. Tinsley, B. Wakefield. Fourth row: B. Little, F. Solomon, J. Holliman, S. Sample, G. Shotner, C. Bussell. Fifth row: E. Davidson, B. Foust, G. Clif- ton. Sixfh row: R. Slate, D. Nolan, J. Clifton, L. Roberts, W. White, J. Purcell, S. Ryder "'N 31: nas, .ADH QW an gl was Wane' Page 268 D f1..Qi.tt""""'Tff"t1f", I N5 sn' DG Qi RG aug: F"lhqd it BUSINESS MANAGEMENT-First row: T. Melton, President: J. Quinley, Vice President: B. Purcell, Secretary-Treasurer: P. Morgan, M. Hedgecoth: E. Jared, Spon sor. Second row: G. Shofner, P. Kimberley, W. Watkins, D. Suddath, E. Davidson, J. Holt. Third row: E. Miller, G. Killian, K. Schmidt, R. Parrott, R. Slate, F. Cal fee. Fourth row: J. Clifton, H. Clendenon, S. Ryder, Jr., D. Meredith, L. Roberts Business Mana ement tudies Labor Problems Included within Llie Society ol Business, the Busi- ness Nlzinageinent Club is headed by president 'lionnuy Mellon, senior business nianagenienr major from Hur- rinnan. Membership is open to ull students majoring in business inanagenient. The eliiel' purpose ol' the BM Club is Lo promote 21 siudy ol' the relationships and problems Lliul. concern labor und business. S M Uffers Course ln Parliamentar Rule A course in Parlizunenlziry Procedure is being ol'- iered Lo ull srudenls under the auspices ol' the Society for Llie :XllY211lCC1llCl1l ol' Nlanageineul. Presented lol the first. time this year, the course is 21 non-oflieinl, non-credit course designed Lo give sludenrs an ade- quzue knowledge oi procedures necessary lor business Dr. lidwzircl Cornelius is the groups lzreully advisor SAM-First row: J. Templeton, President: T. Jones, Vice President: D. Suddath, Secretary: D. Daugherty, Treasurer: H. Jacquess, L. Roberts, T. Ramsey, W. Wat ltins, B. Ford, R. Perry. Second row: C. Womack, W. Camp, H. Clendenon, G. Harber, W. Ward, B. Wood, W. Roller, C. Bussell, G. Morton, K. Queen. Third row: F. Caltee, B. Hardy, W. Brink, D. Stiles, B. Parsons, L. Roden, J. Rymer, G. Gray, C. Flynt, L. Campbell. Fourth row: D. Carter, W. Ardary, L. Jolly, V Blankenship, B. Harris, J. Carter, H. Booher, E. Federman, J. Clifton, E. Hullander. Fifth row: W. Smith, D. Murphy, J. Holt, D. lson, P. Gross, B. Huffines, R Baggett, W. Roddy, G. Clifton, B. Welch I Page 269 whit use Q 9 SECRETARIAL SCIENCE-First Row: S. Langford, President: P. Kemp, Vice President: A. Nixon, Secretary-Treasurer: M. Garrigan, Publicity Chairman: V. Flem ing, Mrs. V. Plummer, Sponsor. Second Row: D. Whitehead, N. Branam, E. Butler, P. Morris, M. Keathley, J. Elam. Third Row: P. Evans, D. Hancock, M. Knott, S. Sadler, J. Hart, M. Connelly. Fourth Row: P. Bicltford, J. Turner, B. Hawkins, D. Beaty, V. Holland. Fifth Row: J. Everhart, M. Sadler, J. Myers, J. Garrett, N. Speck, H. King. Sixth Row: C. Sprayberry, S. Ray, D. Cantrell Secretaries See Demonstrations Sue Langford serves as president ol' the Secretarial Science Club which has the task ol' keeping potential secretaries informed as to the latest developments in the secretary's world. At the regular club meetings. special guest speakers relate from their own experience about the stuclents' prospective life as a secretary. Often clenionstrations are given using the latest equipment that is oiferetl to the secretarial profession. Members often enjoy picnics and on special occa- sions plan ior and participate in banquets, which are heltl at the cafeteria. Two of these clinner parties were held at Christmas and Thanksgiving. Among the niany other activities of the Secretarial Science Club inetnbers is the work they do in connec- tion with the Business Club Society. They are calletl upon to work on the Business Iloat for the honie- coining paracleg they assist in the planning and prep- aration lior the Business Ball. SECRETARIAL SCIENCE- First row: Mrs. R. Kinslow, J. Stewart, P. Patton, J. Smith, J. Hendrixson, P. Rains, E. Jones, K. Castle, B. Rummage, M. Wray. Sec- ond row: K. Henry, M. Fox, M. Dixon, C. Larmoyeux, P. Myers, C. Goans, B. Payne, B. Franklin, E. Busby. Third row: C. Snyder, L. Daugherty, S. Guess, S. Coul- ter, M. Tacltett. Fourth row: A. Lester, C. Chiles, W. Reynolds, C. Pharris, S. Bass, J. Elrod, A. Letever Page 270 qs Q ,,,,fi'1 a- as tiff-1-Q., . sz? qipdr wmwww Accountants Learn Business Practices 'l'hose luture businessmen and women who wish to specialize in accounting lind the knowl- edge and understanding ivliich they learn through the programs of the Accounting Club helplul. .AX branch ol the Society ol' Business, the club secures inlorniation concerning the latest develop- nients and needs ol' the business world lor the qualified accountant. The inenibers ol' the Accounting Club take part in the activities olf the Business Society such as picnicking during the spring, decorating lor the Business Ball and working on the honieconi- ing lloat. john Hollinian. a senior lroni Oak Ridge. serves as president ol' the club. Other officers lor this year are: Bailey Little, vice-president, and Jininiy Creer. secretary and treasurer. Members ol' the fXc'counting Club also attend the clinics and Workshops which are sponsored Ou Caulpus the Soflcty Ol Buslucss' TIME-CONSUMING problems are worked by senior accounting class ACCOUNTING CLUB-First row: J. Holliman, President: B. Little, Vice President, J. Greer, Secretary-Treasurerg L. Johnson, D. Coolc, Sponsors. Second row: B. Foust, F. Solomon, J. Harvey, T. Ramsey, R. Lottis. Third row: D. Cross, J. Wilson, W. White. If l K . 25:2 ,, r -. :-f:-:itil 'Z-:2:IE'I 2. .EiE2IfE5EIE .., , ......... . ,.g,,1:.-.:,,sf,,. - - ":':::: 1 :g.3,::.::1i:: .sir .ze li 63,3 ,W 6 5... Elf Page 271 Club Combines Business, Engineering 1 '1'he lIltlllSll'l2ll hl2lIl2lQCIIlCIll. major is 1l1e au-1 SYVCI' lor tl1ose I11Cll who waut a Co111l1i11e1l eclufa- tion ol' lJlISlI1CSS2lllCl Cllg'iIlCC1'illg. 'l'l1e I111lus11'ial ?Nl21Il3g'ClllClll stucleuts gracluate l'l'0lll tl1e School ol liusiuess. hut l1ave a Illlllfll' i11 tl1e Iielrl ol' e11- g1IlCCl'1llg. 1 llltlllSll'i2ll lXfI2lll2lgClIlClll IllCll1lJC1'S strive to pro- IIIOIC itll il1lCl'CSL lll Ill2lll2lgCll1CI1L aucl to develop better 111'o1luCtio11 aucl lllllfll' lI1HIl21gClIlClll l'Cl2l- tiousliips. 'Ihe eluh also attempts to 13111111010 positive business policies as viewecl hy hoth the stucleul. aucl the lJUSillL'SSlIlllll. '1'l1e 111e111be11s 1J2ll'l,lC'ilJ21l,C 111 llllllly varietl ac- tivities such as 1Vo1'l4i11g with tl1e Society ol' Busi- 11ess o11 21 lloat lor the l1o111e1'o111i11g paracle 111111 helping decorate lor the 11111111211 Business Ball. The llltlllStl'i21l Nl2lll21gClIlClll 111e111be1's also have spring outings, lielcl trips, aucl z1tte11cl ciliuies. I 1 l r1lll1SyC1ll' R1Cl1a1'cl Nllltlllly was presltleut ol the clubg Clary Harber. vice-1111esicle11t: Zllltl -lim Pur- lNDUSTRlAL MANAGEMENT MAJORS look on while Tommy Barnes works CCH SCKTCR,Ivy-U.C,Nul,Cl. INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT-First row: D. Murphy, President: G. Harber, Vice President: J. Purcell, Secretary: C. Bussell, D. Daugherty, B. Ford, R. Perry, B. Harris. Second row: B. Welch, B. Hardy, D. Stiles, B. Parsons, E. Federman, J. Kennon, G. Morton. Third row: D. Nolan, L. Campbell, C. Flynt, E. Hullander, L. Roden, G. Gray, W. Smith Page 272 mi- 3 Pl OMEGA Pl-First row: P. Kemp, President: J. Everhart, Secretary: A. Nixon, Treasurer: N. Speclc, Historian and Reporter: Mrs. R. Kinslow, Sponsor. Second row: L. Johnson, B. Bowling, V. Johnson, H. Williams, V. Plummer. Third row: B. Cameron P1 Ome a P1 Chapter Fosters High Ethics -juniors and seniors majoring in Business Adminis- tration are eligible for membership in the Beta Nlu chapter ol Pi Omega Pi, which was organized at Tech in I9-15. Members are required to maintain a 3.0 average in business subjects. The fraternity endeavors to encourage and foster high ethical standards in busi- ness and professional life. Peggy Kemp is president of the chapter. IE Requlres 3.0 verage Nlembership into the Sigma Iota Epsilon, hono- rary business fraternity, is open to those students lrom the business school who have a 3.0 quality point av- erage in business subjects. The SIE promotes scholar- ship in the business departments and encourages higher standards in business and professional lile. President ol the fraternity is Dan Suddath. SIE-First low: D. Suddath, President: J. Moorhead, Vice President: H. Ayers, Treasurer: F. Pollard, Sponsor: E. Cornelius, Sponsor. Second row: H. Jacquess, L. Campbell, P. Scarlett, J. Clifton :?5Z5.i:E,gE5w:Q:i: W3 g ,im im. f 12 ag, QM 'lv Y R ,Q :,. , 5 www-aww Page 273 SECTION of Brass Choir directed by James Marlcs gives annual concert in Administration Building Music Club Holds Listening Sessions A-Xt its semi-monthly meetings the Nlusic Club often presents a special artist lrom the laculty or the student body who performs lor the group. Un other occasions the members listen to records or hear lectures on the history or periods ol' music. 'l'he goal ol' the Nlusic Club is to promote a better understanding ol music among the students on the campus. They also try to develop fellow- ship and understanding between the laculty and the students ol' the music department. Norman XVoodall, senior from Lebanon, is president ol' the Music Club. He is assisted in his duties by Kenny llull, vice-president from Sparta: jo Ella Blzukbtirn, secretary, ol' Pikevilleg and Koleta Baker, treasurer, who is from Chatta- nooga. During the year the club has exchange pro- grams with the English Club on the correlation ol' music' and literature. The members of the Music Department comprise the campus musical orqanixat ions. K MUSIC CLUB-First row: N. Woodall, President: K. Hull, Vice-President: J. Blackburn, J. Garrett, P. Patton, B. Bradshaw, James B. Marlcs, Sponsor. Second row: A. Weaver, J. Williams, A. Bradley, B. Rudd, W. Manning, W. Pegram. Third row: D. Treadway, G. Barnard, B. Hagan, J. Bell, J. Flynt, E. Meyer Page 274 1.,.. - :,,,,. ,.,. , , QQ .,.h.. -Q 1 fa - ,...:f1 1-1 'KW it J i MUSIC EDUCATORS-First row: W. Manning, President: W. Pegram, Vice President: E. Cate, Secretary-Treasurer, B. Bradshaw, R. Seward. Second row: J. Win- 'Free, J. Blackburn, K. Baker, C. Hedgecoth, J. Garrett. Third row: J. Giles, K. Hull, J. Bridges, G. Barnard. Fourth row: A. Wood, N. Woodall, T. White, T. Tur- ney, P. Lohorn EC Delegates ttend T Meet Hlrryne Manning is prcsicleni of the Xlusic Na- tional Ecluc'a1ors Conference XX'llll'll is eoinposccl ol' Tech 11111sic 1IlI1jOl'S. The club Il1CIl1bC1'S uttenclecl the 21111111111 NINEC convention i11 Fehriizxry ill the Univer- sity ol' Tennessee LO learn new reaching methods. The MNEC group also sruclied the works of COIltC1HPOl'Z11'y 1nusic'ia11s. Prof. NlZllll'lCC HasLe, chairnian of Lhe Music' clcpz1rtn1e11t, is the clubys sponsor. Pi lVlu igma ls Music Honorar Upon l'ac11l1y 1'CCOlI1lNCllClfill0Il. lIlllSlC majors who have nlluinecl Lhe rank ol' sophoniores or who hold first chair in the college music o1'gz111izz1Lions are eli- gible lor Il1CIlllJCPSl1lP i11 Lhe 130111 chapter ol Lhe Pi NI11 Signia. Pi Mu Sigma is 21 llilflfllllll honorary 111lISlC f1'z1ter11i1y which was orgzniized in 19-19. The frater- 11iLy e11clez1vo1's Lo lllillllllillll and to aug111e11L the dig- nity of Lhe n1usic profession and to promote efficient IIlUSlCl2lllSlllIJ. Pl MU SIGMA-First row: R. Seward, President: W. Pegram, Vice President, B. Bradshaw, Secretary: A. Wood, Treasurer. Second row: J. Winfree, J. Black- burn, C. Hedgecoth, J. Garrett. Third row: K. Hull, T. White, N. Woodall, W. Manning, J. Bridges E 'UQ 9 5 il Page 275 ..,., ' , ,...,. uuuqg, New .. . ,., , ...,,,. Q te INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB-First row: D. Long, President: T. Medley, Vice President, J. Williams, Secretary: H. Roarlc, Treasurer: F. Pendergrass, H. Raper, Sponsor, C. Bruner, S. Jumper, R. Fraser. Second row: J. Herston, B. Lewis, G. Young, S. Holt, N. Allen, J. Waggoner, T. McPherson, R. Moody. Third row: F. Carloclc, W. Hardy, A. Hubbard, P. Rippy, J. Gamble, B. Moredoclc, S. Coolc, R. Whitfield, G. Meadows. Fourth row: P. Flaherty, L. Bratcher, B. Knox, T. Winters, D. Freytag, A. Brown, P. Winton, R. Ziegler, W. Balch. Fifth row: L. Sain, R. Denny, B. Newby, Mrs. B. Moore, F. Moore, M. Bertram, J. Clark, M. Wade, P. Williams IRC tudies Tech Club Merits World Problems Interestecl in at coinprelmensive stutly ol' the social. eeonoinie, :intl political prolmlenis ol' the worltl is the lnternationztl Relations Club. l.etI by Don Long, tlie IRC Il1CIlllJCl'S pzu'tic'ipz1te in lI1l'Ol'lll2lLlYC cliseussion groups :incl liaye lllll.ll0l'll2lllVC lCl'LllliC1'S as guests at their meetings. Although a tlClJlll'l.IIlCIll2ll elub lot' social science tnzt-iors. IRC meetings :ire open to any stuclents wishing to zittencl. AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY-First row: J. Mason, President: J. Volman, L. Meyers, L. Gregory, H. Kinser, C. Stringer. Third row: M. Grissom, W. W Affilia ion t For the second yezng Tennessee leeli lizts nteinber- sliip :ts 21 Stuclent Affiliate ol tlie .XIIICIJCZIII Clietnieal Society. liztying been zipprovetl by tlie .Xtneriezui Client- ieztl Society. 'l'ecl1 is the only small College in tlie stzxte to be so llonorecl. 'llie inontlily meetings ol' the group :noe tlirecitecl towztrcl the promotion 'ol' eltetnis- try. hlolin 'l'. Mason is the president ol? the stuclent Clniptet' :intl Dr. 'lf Skinner is the l'ztc'ulty sponsor. Second row: Craddoclc, C. Vice iggins, President: R. Boatman, Secretary-Treasurer, J. Slrinner, Sponsor. III, L. Hooper, W. Ford. Fourth row: B. Oglesby, W. Perry, C. Miller. Fifth row: J. Peters, C. Wolgamott, Jr., G. Henderson, J. Fuqua, Jr. """x f Page 276 f9W, 4155, sa SNR ini? Tech Chemical Soeiet Promotes Profession The 1958 International Geophysical year with its important discoveries and rapid progress re- emphasixed America's great need lor more and better technicians and scientists. The Tech Chemical Society, composed of stu- dents in chemistry and related fields works to- ward fulfilling our coimtry's vital need lor expert scientists. It strives to develop interest in each club meni- ber's professions and at the same time to act as a contact between chemistry and its related fields. Heading the Tech Chemical Society is Ross Averitt, presidentg Billy Perry, Vice-president, Catherine Grissom, secretaryg Glen Henderson, treasurerg and Nancy Navaro, reporter. Dr. Rob- ert L. Sublett is the laculty sponsor. In addition to its semi-monthly meetings, the club also raised money lor the purchase of a chemical dictionary lor the science study room. The society's lloat won third prize in this year's homecoming parade. RAMSAY YOUNG METHOD is used by Wayne Perry, Catherine Grissom, and Glenn Henderson to measure vapor pressure in chemistry lab TECH CHEMICAL SOCIETY-First row: R. Averitt, President, W. Perry, Vice President: C. Grissom, Secretary: G. Henderson, Treasurer: N. Navairrlo, Publicity Chairman: C. Franldin, E. Burchfield, J. Munroe, A. Baggett, L. Meyers, L. Burclitield, R. Sublett, Sponsor. Second row: C. Boyd, P. Haclcett, C. Mullinix, L. Smith, C. Ledbetter, R. Medley, H. Kinser, E. Mitchell, M. Wallace, P. Haste, R. Boatman, L. Gregory. Third row: B. Chrishman, G. Galloway, J. Frye, W. Keathley, C. Sexton, L. Hooper, C. Stringer, E. Kirkpatrick, Jr., J. Fuqua, J. Biclrford, H. Crist, L. Johnson. Fourth row: R. Smith, J. Harper, T. Pedigo, J..Ca.rter, C. Crad- doclc, J. Dedmon. B. Buford, W. Ford, C. Row, T. Friddell, J. Williams, M. Rivers. Fifth row: E. Rice, W. Mason, C. Miller, K. Hixon, W. Wiggins, III, T. But- ler, J. Mason, P. Burch, K. Kilgore, R. Cribbs, J. Peters, K. Johnson 321 Page 277 Health, P. Ed. Club felis? . ponsors Bloodmolmle The 11121-101' objective ol t11e Health 211111 Physi1'211 E11111'atio11 C111b is to develop he21lt11y bodies- physically. I1lClll2llly 211111 socially. 'less l'le111o11s is presiclent ol' t11e group this year. Meinbership is open to 2111 111611 211111 YVOIIICII st1111e11ts who 21re 1ll2liOl'l11g i11 health 211111 p11ysi1'211 e1111c21tio11. By spoiisorilig 2111 i11tr2111111r21l pro- gram each cluarter, t11is orqaiiizatioii gives each S1llC1CIll of the Tech 1i21111pus 2111 OIJP01'1lll1l1.y to Jarticinate 111 2111 athletic eve11t ol' 111s choosi11U'. 1 e This year the Health a1111 P11ysi1'21l Et1l1C2ll.lOll Club sponsored the Re11 Cross l31oo11111obile which co111es to the 'l'e1ih e21111pus once every quarter. Other activities i11cl1111e fl 110211 lor the l10111CL'OlIl- ing p21r2111e, picnics, 211111 progr21111s which consist ol' sports' news 211111 movies. Charles Calyoii is vice-presi11e11t ol the clubg Pat Calyou, secretary: Sam Brooks, program Cllfllflllftlli Ztllfl Caretou Kell is L1'C2lSll1'C1'. REFRESHMENTS are enjoyed at the Health and Physical Education Club Meeting HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLUB-First row: J. Plemons, President: C. Galyon, Vice President: P. Galyon, Secretaryg C. Kell, Treasurerg S. Broolcs, Program Chairman: E. Smith, D. Wolte, R. Brown. Second row: L. Gragg, H. Hawlcins, J. Parlcer, N. Agee, V. Stonecipher, M. Smith, D. Toney, B. Bridges. Third row: S. Jordan, B. Rauschenberger, R. Anglin, B, Lanlctord, A. Herron, L. Whaley, S. Reed, J. Newberry, J. Hinton. Fourth row: V. Ewton, J. Crittenden: D. Bax- ter, C. Lawler, R. Gaither, L. Finch, D. Leach, L. Groce. Fifth row: M. Hiclcey, H. Wilkerson, J. Skidmore, J. Quarles, R. Thomas, R. Stribling, B. Reagan, M McGahee 1 T I I sa .... 3 Page 278 GYMNASTICS CLUB-First row: G. Wingelt, President: C. Galyon, Vice Presideni: J. Newberry, Secretary, B. Parsons, Treasurer, R. Inman, Sgr.-at-Arms: R. Brown, Sponsor. Second row: E. Sullivan, J. Garretl, V. Fleming, J. Holi, J. Holliman, B. Teissler, K. Johnson, W. English, R. Schmitlou G mnasties Club Trains Acrobats Members of the Cviimastics Club preseutetl a hall'-time show featuring aerobatic and gvmiiastit' stunts at the 'l'eeh-Murray basketball game. Leading this club, whose members actually "Ily through the air with the greatest ol' ease," is George llliiigett, presiclem. Any student who is iuterestetl iii this sport may join the club. 'llhe goal ol' the Gviimasties Club is to clevelop proficiency iii acrobatic aiitl gymnastic skills lor the iutlivitlual. to teach others these skills, :mtl to learn :mtl perfect the latest. zmcl most tlillieult stunts. .X relatively small elub. the Cviimastics Club members are striving to interest more stutleius iii joining the group. Members may practice the pei'l'et'tioiis ol' their skill aiicl stunts iii Memorial Cvm. where mats aucl a trampoline are available lor their use. Siiiee the group is so small, the members at present, clo not sponsor any social events. How- ever. it is hopecl that au iiierease iii membership will make the purchase ol atltlitioiial equipment aml orgaiiizetl social activities practical. GYMNASTIC CLUB WORKS oul: under watchful eye of Coach Brown W.. in ,ff sg: 7 ,,5g14'.vx , ss 4 Page 279 quatic Club Has World Cruise Show The main purpose of the Aquatic Club is to teach and promote an interest in synchronized swimming and to encourage other aquatic sports. Members develop proficiency in swimming skill and at the same time observe water safety rules. Membership into the Aquatic Club is open to any student who is interested in synchronized swimming. The club meets regularly on Tues- day nights except in the case of special programs which require more practice. Judy Orr and Pete Preston are directors ol? the Aquatic Club, "W'orld Cruise" was the theme for the annual water pageant which was sponsored by the Aquatic Club. John T. Mason is president of the organization. In addition, each year the members of the club choose a queen from the groupg this year Pat Suddarth was chosen Aquatic Club queen. Laine Bratcher and Doris ltlliitehead composed the PAT SUDDARTH WAS QUEEN of Aquatic Club's annual water show cluccu S mint Court' AQUATIC CLUB-First row: J. Mason, President: C. Robinson, lst Vice President: J. Gonzalez, 2nd Vice Presidentg D. Whitehead, Secretary, P. Suddarth, Treas- urer, M. Genella, Sergeant-at-Arms. Second row: R. Cranch, J. Howard, R. Fuller, J. Stair, M. Hedgecoth. Third row: B. Roberts, C. Gutierrez, R. Cunningham, F. Sapp, M. Wallace, S. Jordan, B. Sherman, H. Wilson, L, Bratcher, N. Bacon, A. Brady, A. Baggett, J. Forester. Fourth row: T. Butler, F. Phinizy, J. Fogg, R. Grinder, D. King, K. Johnson Page 280 l-nr. N Vina s-WW r4"'f?' SPEECH ACTIVITIES-First row: F. Derryberry, President: G. Samples, Vice President: P. Suddarth, Secretary: H. McHenry, Treasurer: C. Cantrell, Reporter: P. Horton, Reporter: J. Jared, Assistant Sponsor. Second row: H. Pinkerton, Sponsor: J. Ives, S. Richardson, L. Meyers, W. Cochran, J. Williams, B. Huston. Third row: L. Brown, F. Pendergrass, P. Reynolds, S. Holt, J. Gamble, J. Nicholson, R. Denny, B. Franldin. Fourth row: J. White, H. Denny, A. Meyers, E. Hullander, R. Turner, W. McBride. Fifth row: J. Randles, T. McPherson, P. Cantrell, R. Eaves. Sixth row: W. Powers, J. Bellar, D. Long, W. Balch, R. Ziegler Debaters Host Oxford Team Representing Tech in intercollegiate speech coni- petition are the lianied "Talking Horses" ol' the Speech Activities Club, who were host to a debate learn liroin Oxford University in the lall quarter. Students skilled in debate, oratory, discussion. and alter-dinner speaking are trained and supervised by Prof. Herinan Pinkerton and Eugene Iared. x . Educators loin Kappa Delta Phi Kappa Delta Phi is a national honorary lraternitv in education whose purpose is to encourage high per- sonal, intellectual and vocational standards in the teaching profession. Nlenibership in Kappa Delta Phi is open to those exceptional students who have shown the greatest potential leadership in their chosen Held. Dr. T. Farr is sponsor of the fraternity. KAPPA DELTA Pl-First row: O. McCov-'an, President: B. Poole, Vice President: F. Derryberry, Secretary: H. Polston, Treasurer: S. Haste, Historian Reporter: T. Farr, M. Terry, P. Whitfield, T. Bertram. Second row: N. Kagley, V. Ewton, S. Huffines, P. Reynolds, W. Hardy, R. Moyers, H. Hall, R. Seward, Dr. Stradley, Spon- sor. Third row: S. Green, C. Voorhies, B. Browning, N. Huttstetler, A. Nixon, H. Roarlc, R. Jones, J. Wright, J. Garrett Page 281 , CLYDE HEMBREE was l958 winner ot Homespun fiction contest English tudents Publish Homespun Each year, the English Club sponsors the pub- lication of HCJll'Z.6.Siflll7l., a literary magazine which is edited and written by the students. Carolyn Voorhies is editor-in-chief of the magazine. Her staff is composed ol' other English majors who Volunteer their timeg however, any student may contribute original poetry or short stories to lfomesjlznl. Designed to feature the talents and skills ol' its individual members, the English Club pro- grams feature such things as the relationship ol' literature and music, or discussions of book re- views. The English Club also exchanges pro- grams with the Music Club. The objectives ol' the English Club are to pro- mote the effective use oi English and to encourage the literary aspirations ol' students. Outstanding members ol' the English Club are eligible lor membership in the national English fraternity, Sigma Tau Delta, il' they can meet the grade requirements. Janice Rogers is club presi- dent and Joe Carl Ross is the club's sponsor. ENGLISH CLUB-First row: J. Rogers, President: A. Murray, Vice President, C. Voorhies, Secretary: T. Huttine, Treasurer, S. Haste, Reporter: C. Mangrum. Second row: G. Samples, R. Owen, B. Harward, S. Green, N. Boles, D. Hartnett. Third row: H. Hall, B. Beeler, F. Derryberry, L. Harris, J. Ziegler, C. Can- trell. Fourth row: M. Lowe, P. lsenberg, F. Hendrixson Page 282 SIGMA TAU DELTA-First row: G. Samples, President: A. Murray, Vice President: S. Haste, Secretary: C. Voorhies, Treasurer. Second row: J. Cox, E. Lee, H. Hall, F. Derryberry. Third row: C. Eyler, Sponsor, C. Mangam, Sponsor lgma Tau Delta Has Highest Standards Sigma Tau Delta. national honorary fraternity lor English ina-iors. has the highest acatleinit' standartls lor nienibership of any other Greekvletterecl society on the czunpus. Membership in the ilillll Zeta Chapter is open to any senior. junior or sophomore. who has a average in English subjects anal a 3.0 in all other courses. This years programs have been centered around the ininor poets ol' the Seventeenth Century. P1 Kappa Delta Honors Debaters Bill Balch is president ol' Pi Kappa Delta. which is eoniposecl ol' stuclents who have exfelletl in clebat- ing. oratory. alter-tliinier speaking. exteinporaneous speaking anti iniproinptu. Students may join the Delta Chaptei' of the l'raternit.y when they have been in ten debates and have won two tlebates. Herman Pinkerton and Eugene -Iaretl are the clebate coaches. PI KAPPA DELTA-Firsf row: W. Balch, President, W. Powers, Vice President: J. Williams, Corresponding Secretary: J. Nicholson, Recording Secretary: H. Mc- Henry, Treasurer. Second row: F. Derryberry, N. Samples, H. Pinkerton, Sponsor: E. Jared. Third row: P. Reynolds, P. Suddarih. Fourth row: H. Denny, D. Long Page 283 W g SNEA-First row: B. Flatt, President: F. Jones, Vice President: B. Browning, Secretary: E. Sullivan, Treasurer, B. Singleton, Reporter: D. Tallent, T. Farr, Sponsor: W. Stradley, Sponsor: P. Whitfeld, Sponsor. Second row: S. Fields, S. Huffines, B. Dooley, B. Creel, P. Wilkerson, A. Holleman, A. Fox, B. Blankenship, E. Boaz. Third row: L. Morris, C. Carden, W. Cochran, P. Cavin, S. Black, B. Thomas, J. Nicholson, A. Nixson, L. Glover. Fourth row: C. Courtney, R. McCandless, D. Foust, W. Dowdle, D. McRae, N. Chandler, S. Bennett, E. Hunter, W. Hardy. Fifth row: C. Clayborn, W. Underwood, A. Burkitt, D. Toney, W. English, T. Huftine, L DuBois, J. Anderson, B. Hayes. Sixth row: B. Dennis, W. McBride, J. Holder H. Hall, O. McCowan, R. Jones, B. Hackett, B. Thomas, B. Skillern SN A Enriehes Teaching Program The Student National Education Association en- deavors lo help students become better qualified in their chosen held, education. The group aims to enrich the professional training ol' students preparing to teach and to bring about closer ties among the future teachers. Informative meetings on the history, ethics, and the organized teaching profession are held twice monthly. ln essence, the SNEA strives to acquaint the student with both the professional and the com- munity problems, which the individual student will lace when teaching. Another purpose of the SNEA is to encourage bet- ter relationships and understanding ot the student teacher and his problems. Thus the evaluation and the orientation of the student teacher is an integral part of the SNEA program. Sharon Rader, an SNEA member, was chosen by the training school staff to represent Tech at the Second Annual XVorkshop lor student teachers at Middle Tennessee State. SNEA-First row: B. Flatt, F. Jones, B. Browning, D. Tallent, J. Jones, P. Trapp, M. McLean, T. Farr, M. Terry, W. Stradley. Second row: C. Foster, P. Arnold, D. Wolfe, N. Jollitt, S. Rader, P. lsenberg, B. Teissler, N. Bacon, S. McLarty. Third row: l. Foster, G. Workman, V. Underwood, C. Whitson, R. Mayberry, A. Patton, J. Dilday, A. Hyder. Fourth row: M. Fitts, B. Keith, B. Poole, A. Ebert, J. Payne, C. Moody, A. Smith, N. Kagley, M. Wilhite. Fifth row: V. Ewton, A. Dilldine, H. Smithson, J. Wright, C. Fugate, R. Baldwin, W. Hughes, R. Moyers, S. Sample Page 284 Council nites Smaller Clubs Having the distinction ol' being the newest club on the cznnpus. the .Nrts :intl Sciences Coun- cil was orgzinizecl during winter quarter. Previously the six tlC1J2ll'l.Il1Clll.2ll clubs within the School ol' Arts zlntl Sciences were virtually ineffective in sponsoring ztny nizljor cznnpus event, since they lztcketl suliicient linuncizil support and the support. ol' Z1 large rnernbership. 'l'he Council however, will Ltd as zt liaison lor the tlepzirtinental clubs who will now be zible to promote ztntl to sponsor such events as an .Xrts untl Sciences tlzincc. In conjunction with the Veterans Club, the Council assisted in the Mzirclr ol. Dimes clrive in the winter quarter. luck XVerner is chztirrnan ol' the council anal Betty illll0Ill2lS serves as the sec- retary. The council ineinbers ure: -lunice Rogers, Eng- lish clepartrnentz Don Long, social scienceg Betty 'lll1OlllHS, inuthg .lack lVerner. biology: Ross Aver- itt, chemistry: and Ceorge lirunclon, physics. Dr. G. B. Pennebaker is tlirector ol the School of Arts and Sciences. ASSOCIATED ARTS AND SCIENCES COUNCIL-First row: J. Werner, im Y' xref 5:-2: alms? illfwi W- . at t.... .. ..,,. .. . rick 'Ee egg SSSSSEQS are 2 S we 4 f E MEMBERS OF THE newly organized Arts and Science Council participate in the March of Dimes Drive in conjunction with the Vets Club Chairman: B. Thomas, Secretary-Treasurer. Second row: R. Averitt, J. Rogers, G. Brandon We ui' Page 285 'inane i CAFETERIA CLUB-First row: K. Pollard, President: R. Bradford, Secretary: J. Forester, Treasurerg T. Dedman, T. Roberson, E. Burchtield, Mrs. I. Hunter, Secre- tary: Mrs. H. White, Assistant Dietitian: L. Crawford, Supervisor. Second row: F. Bilbrey, G. Tucker, C. Kerley, P. Haste, J. Epperson, P. Rippy, C. Human, C. Fagan. Third row: M. Fitts, R. Wallace, C. Martin, B. Martin, H. King, A. Angel, J. Brooks, F. Parmley, C. Roe. Fourth row: E. Pardue, N. Turner, D. Flowers, J. Clark, D. Suddath, F. Cheek, L. Reagan, R. Harris. Fifth row: H. Hawkins, H. Butner, J. Mefford, J, Guschke, D. Tarter, B. Attkisson, W. Smalling Cafeteria Club Members Discuss . . s 0 Q tudles Etlquette Composed ol' students who work in the cafeteria, the Caleteria Club has as its president, Kirby Pollard. These students meet at least once a quarter to study rules ol' etiquette and serving and to discuss plans lor group entertainment such as picnics, parties and skat- ing. Members of the club also serve at special dinners and banquets held in the cafeteria. Physlelst s Role George NV. Brandon serves as president of the Physics Club ol' which Proll. Marvin 'llidwell is spon- sor. Members ol' the club meet every other Friday to discuss the physicists role in lQOtl2lyiS world olf sci- ence and research. Hlorking in cooperation with the physics department, these scientists of tomorrow strive to realize their responsibilities to the world. The president is a member ol' the Arts and Sciences Council. PHYSICS CLUB-First row: H. Carden, Vice President: S. Jones, Secretary: E. Condon, Treasurer. Second row: W. Powers, M. Young, J. Ives. Third row: M. Tid- well, Sponsor: J. Shanks, Jr., R. Fuson Page 286 TBK Is Science Academ Member As a member ol' the lecli 'lau ltcta Kappa Chapter, Lanclon Smith was electetl presitlent ol' the Collegiate division ol' the Tennessee .Xcacleniy ol' Science tluring fall quarter. 'lau Beta Kappa. wlrirh is an honorary biologi- cal science club, became a member ol' tlie Acaci- emy in ltl57. Members ol' the 'llecb chapter participate in the rarious organizational meetings ol' tbe ,Xcatlemy lielcl in Oak Riclge. .Xt the regular club meetings. 'l'au Beta Kappa members are inlormetl about the latest scientific' clerelopments and job opportunities in the cliverse lielcls ol biological science. Ifacli quarter. tlie members are responsible lor assembling the lab manuals which are usecl in biology courses. For entertaimnent. the club bas picnics in tlie spring. suppers tlirougliout tlie year. antl a special banquet featuring an outstantling speaker. FRESHMAN LABORATORY MANUALS are prepared by the Biology Club TAU BETA KAPPA-First row: J. Werner, President: H. Sparlcman, Vice President: C. Robinson, Secretary: B. Ford, Treasurer: R. Schmittou, Representative: B. Underdown, C. Flowers, M. Richmond, Sponsor. Second row: A. Williams, H. Klausner, K. Hiclcs, J. Cunningham, E. Brewer, M. Locke, J. Wisner. Third row: T. Campbell, G. Palmer, D. Fitzpatrick, B. Lebow, J. Schild, B. Catlin, J. Davidson. Fourth row: L. Smith, J. Neely, L. Johnson, J. Shepherd, M. Koellein, F. Col- well, W. Flatt. Fifth row: G. Pennebaker, Sponsorg N. Harrison, Sponsorg P. Hollister, Sponsor 1 W tl -a:f:f:.2ga ---. , we it W New F WT K .s . it A sm fc. 5:2::s::5:.::i2'1"I' .f. ,wfi Page 287 - Math Club tudies T Purpose of Profession liclly Tlioiiias, scuim' uiatliciualics Illllllll' l'l'0IIl R0c'lu'alc. lcuucsscc. is licacl ol' llic Nlalliciiizllirs Club. 'lilic Matlicuizuicis Club was Ol'g2lllllCll iu H333 ou Llic VllCl'l1 caiupus. llic purpose ol llic Nlatlic- lll2lllCS Club is to lullill llic iiuellcclual aucl social ucccls ol' uiallicuialics majors aucl ollici' sluclculs who arc iutcrcslccl iu lcaruiug 1l10l'C about luallic- uialics aucl tlic rolc ol' iualllcuialics iu lllc iuoclcru worlcl. Uuc ol' tlic ollurr luirlmscs ol' Llic Mallicuizuics Club is to associate ll12lLllC1l1illlCS as au art that cvcryouc slioulcl know. rcgarcllcss ol' luis major iu scliool or plauuccl prolcssiou for lilc. The Nl2ll.llClIl2lllC'S Club, wllicli ulccls semi- iuoullily, slrivcs to c'zu'i'y out its aiu1 llllllllgll stu- clcul. IJl'0gl'2llllS. lccliircs by ulalliclualicians aucl Ll1glllCCl'lIlg l.czu'lic1's. talks by special visitors. iu- l'O1'IIlZll discussions. aucl liclcl trips. llic club also has uiauy social luiulious tlirouglioul Llic year. MR. DUKE DEMONSTRATES llie use of l:l1e compulsor to the Makli Club MATH CLUB-First row: O. McCowan, President: B. Thomas, Vice President, D. Borum, Secrelary-Treasurer, B. Creel, S. Burr, R. Childress, E. Ward. Second row: P. Turner, M. Willis, P. Suddarlli, P. Moore, B. Budd, M. Wynne. Third row: J. Hillis, J. Caplenor, M. Burke, R. Fennell, B. Jenlcins, J. Collier, W. Bloclc. Fourth row: J. Doran, G. Sulile, J. Guscblre, E. Brown, B. Maxwell, D. Agee, B. Bush, T. Davis Wf- Page 288 as KAPPA MU EPSILON-First row: J. Grissom, President: L. Boyd, Vice President P. Craighead, Secretaryg N. Hillman, Treasurer, R. Moorman, Sponsor: E. Brown, Correspondence Secretary. Second row: H. Denny, R. Frisch, M. Burlce, R. Childress, B. Maxwell, O. McCowan. Third low: D. Long, L. Mills, J. Cowherd, H. Morgan, R. Duncltel, E. Ward. Fourth row: J. Mason, J. Guschlte KME Recognizes Math Scholarship Kappa Mu Epsilon which is a national untler- gratluate llOIl01'2ll'y l'1'a1.e'rnity in iiiatlieinatifs is lecl tl1is year by klanies Grissoni, president. Nlenibership is open to stuclents, regardless ol' their niajor lieltl ol' stutly, who have a 3.l average in n1atl1einatics antl have Conipletetl one year ol' n1atl1en1aties antl one year ol' Calculus antl are above the average in general seliolarsliip. The projects ol' the KNIU lirztteriiity inclntle the annual Kappa Mu Epsilon batitplet, which is heltl as a nieans ol' initiating new inenihers. The t'llllJ.S chiel' projects are to enhance the pres- tige ol lll2iEl1Cllllll,ll'S as a prolession in todays worltl ol' rapitl stiientilie at'l1ieven1e11ts, which ai? lortls excellent opportunities lol' atlvaneetnent in this lieltl. Assisting P1'esitlent Grissoni in the IJC1'l'Ol'IIlllllCC ol' the tlulfs tluties are the other ollieersi l.eon Boytl. vice-p1'esicle11t: Paul Ciaiglieatl. secretary: Nornian llillnian. ll'C2lSU1'Cl'Q Mr. Richard Moot'- nian, sponsorg antl E. Brown, t'0l'l'CSPOl1Cllllg sec- retary. 'l'l1e Tennessee Alpha chapter of Kappa Klu Epsilon was installetl at Vllech in l94l. MATH FRATERNITY MEMBERS listen attentively to speaker at regular meeting Page 289 fmt xi. ie ar .1 ffviofwv 1, , Q -, " 1 W 2: 5 QE? Xi 5 S52 L5"i W 'SPC gg AA iii M W Ei M Q2 'im' Q W 3 if H010- an if' 2' T-CLUB-First row: J. Munroe, J. Smith, C. Sexton, T. Jones, R. Thomas, R. Brown, Faculty Sponsor. Second row: A. Herron, T. Ramsey, W. Greer, G. Mason, F. Sapp, T. Campbell. Third row: W. Parsons, C. Springfield, R. Shumate, J. Morehead, F. Edwards, M. Genella. Fourth row: T. Stone, C. Sullivan, T. Heitzman, G. Palmer, P. Paz, R. Cox, J. Ferguson. Fifth row: T. Price, J. Mason, W. Shumalcer, E. Burke, J. McNeil, R. Inman, L. Burns, D. Parlrer T-Club Boosts Prideg Bearden Is Queen Beginning its tllirly-liltb year us at nizijor Cani- pus organization, tlie 'l'eCli Club is letl by .luck Munroe. Persons who liziye lettered in one ol' the inter- collegiate sports wliicli include lootbzill, basket- bzill. baseball. trziek, gollf. tennis, swinnning. zincl the rille team are eligible lor menibersliip in the letter club. lixeept for tbe nien inyolyecl, initiation week, ut wliieli time prospective members nuiy be seen witli zininials in tbeir zirnis ancl yzirions clesignecl on their lieztrls, is enjoyecl by tlie 'lleeli stuclents. .-Xlso typical ol' initiation week is tlie cizirrying ol' tires zincl bricks to :ill elzisses wliile clressecl in football unilornis. 'l'be eliniztx lor the weelis activities on eznnpus is :in egg tbrowing contest in front ol' tlie Stuclent l'nion zincl 21 tire rztee zirouncl the cpizicl. The linzil test Comes on at lonely clark nigbt. when the POPCORN SALES el leeeleelleell eemee are llendleel by members el llle ..T.. Clue initiates are taken in groups of two lor at joy- Page 290 ride" to some remote area and are lelt to find their way back to Cookeville. 'l'he Varsity Ball is the major social event ol' the Club. Pat Bearden, senior home ecto- nomicis major from Clarksville, reigned as queen ol' the 1958 dance. which featured the 'kletsf' a combo from Columbia, Tennessee. Attendants to the queen were Micaela Sadler, senior business education major lrom Cainesboro, and Sandra Sherrod, sophomore secretarial sci- ence major lrom Oak Ridge. Miss liearden was crowned by President Nlunroe and was presented with her attendants. The decoration committee lor the dance was composed ol: Jimmy Smith, Cene Palmer, 'llony Heitxman, Leon Burns. john McNeil. Carlos Springfield and Allan Heron. Other Club projects include the selling ol' concessions at ball games. entering a lloat in the homecoming parade and doing various charity work in the immediate area. Boosting school pride and spirit is another ol' the goals ol' the varsity club, which honors those eligible to wear a "T" CLUB members wait to join "paddling session" Jack Munroe presents Mr. Bill Malzfhew with an honorary membership plaque to the "T" Club Page 291 HANGING DECORATIONS for a post-game dance is a frequent activity of Pep Club Members Pep Club Revitalizes Ebbing School pirit xVClt'OlI1C signs lor a visiting team, decorated goal posts, shakers at a ball game, but most im- portant ol' all, a rousing seliool spirit-tliese are all representative ol' the Pep Club. Only in its second year, the Pep Club has done much to revitalize the Tech spirit of the "old days," when the 'llecli lamily was mueli smaller. 'lliis years club membership bas doubled last years enrollment. At its weekly meetings a variety ol' programs are presented. 'llwo ol' the Illost outstanding were a talk by basketball coach, Johnny Oldham and a lilm ol' tlie Tech-Chattanooga football game. Aniong the major activities ol' the club are pep rallies, sponsoring ol' motorcades to out ol' town ball games, and a well-organized cheering section for home games. 'lliey also keep an up-to-date scrap book containing pictures and clippings ol' all Tech sports. Membership in the Pep Club is open to any Tech student. This year members constructed a graveyard scene in the middle of the quad in honor olf the opponent, YVest.ern Kentucky, dur- ing Homecoming Week. RHO EPSILON RHO-First row: B. Harris, President: B. Martin, Vice President: D. McRae, Secretary: K. Schmidt, Treasurer: P. Morris, R. Carter, M. Cooper, Sponsor: D. Cook. Second row: M. Sadler, P. Rippy, C. Snyder, W. Cochran, S. McClanahan, V. Holland, A. Hubbard, M. Evans, K. Hicks, B. Thomas, D. Hart- nett. Third low: T. Hu'F'Fines, M. Lowe, M. Willis, H. Miller, J. McClanahan, E. Butler, R. Tiller. Fourth row: J. McNeil, A. Meyers, A. Lester, L. Harris, P. Croley, R. G-uolceenegph, J. Quinley, C. Randles. Fifth row: J. Summerlin, A. Zehner, S. Harlin, B. Clement, C. Thompson, E. Hullander, J. Murray, R. Eastland, Q. Oran i I Page 292 --W-.......,.. We.. - L.,-.W ...N , V A CARS LINE UP for "Grand Cookevill 'lihe Pep Club also sells booster hats to raise money lor club supplies, makes the large hoops whieh are usetl lor the introcluetion ol? liootball antl basketball players at the beginning of the seasons. and sentls let- ters to visiting teams inviting them to the tlanees lol- lowing the games. It is one of the liew clubs on campus which has its own clubrootn lor work and relaxation. To make the uiernbers of the various varsity Learns RHO EPSILON RHO-First row: J. Waggoner, B. Bridge enship, M. Hickey, T. Melton, J. Elem, L. Huddleslzon, S. Leach. Fourth row: G. Killian, P. Kimberley, J. Anderson, T. McPherson e Tour' T. 5-3 . if viii 5 wi- -mast- I ' 'ef-uiik ' during Saturday afternoon pep rally realize that the stuclents are behintl them, but more important to show other colleges the ll'UC value ol' the Tech spirit and pricle, these are goals ol' the Pep Club. President Bob Harris. Vice-Presitlent lhtcltly Mar- tin. Secretary Dot McRae. 'lireasurer lien Sehniitlt ancl the faculty sponsors Nliss Mattie Sue Cooper and Don Cook have clone inuch to leacl the elub in the attain- ment ol' its clesiretl goals. s, K. Castle, F. Harber, A. Brady, B. Singhton, J. Hinton. Second row: B. Sullivan, C. Turner, B. Blank- Reed. Third row: V. Ewton, P. lsenberg, D. Jones, D. Hancock, S. Sadler, M. Connelly, D. Toney, D. ,W. English. Fifth row: H. Squires, S. Ryder, L. Jolly, D. Jones, G. Harber, J. Holt 4-Div W gtk ze: Page 293 s . Vets Sponsor Showg T Jie we it sg.: . . 'A 'fx i it . ., ef.. E f T Proceeds Co to Chant ML " t, . M55 J i g ks. .kg Q gg '35 HK i-?MMl.f,4T:w,f,gfQJf:lfM3 For the hrst time on the 'l'ech campus, a stage a'f??'f r,5fif'il't show from the XVNOX Tennessee Barn Dance, 1-Q-.1 fpz.. T,w..-.f-,-ff-sW,:tf5e",ii'.1MQ'-rf-'f1'L.'4"T -f'-'-'f'L4 f . ,- . . . , of ., .- s M-My M ZS., lxnoxxille, was sponsored by the X eterans t.lub .mf WLM .17-7 VQn,,,,,,,,,,.. with the proceeds going to the March ol Dimes. Each year the March ol' Dimes Drive is one of ACM the major projects ol' the Veterans' Club. President Charles Bussell, who is serving in this capacity lor the second year, led the Veterans in work with the National March ol' Dimes Drive. 'llhe Vet Club also contributes to other local Char- ities. The president keeps the members informed as to the latest plans and activities ol' the Veterans' ol Foreign TVars. 'Iihe Veterans' Club was established to aid the -:X-seviceinen. who are about live hundred in number on the 'l'ech campus. Veterans meetings are held twice a month. ANNUAL PICNIC of the Veterans Club was staged at Standing Stone State Parlc VETERANS CLUB-First Row: C. Bussell, Presiclentg J. Palladino, Vice Presidentg W. English, Secretary: G. Harper, Corresponding Secretary: J. Fowler, Treasurer: R. Fraser, Sponsorg M. Williams, Sponsor. Second Row: T. McCracken, B. Mangrum, M. Wilhite, D. Jared, R. Ziegler, W. Watkins. Third Row: J. Hall, R. Rowan, H. Warner, J. Gent, L. Metzger, C. Stringer, T. Campbell. Fourth Row: J. Collier, H. Brummett, J. Williams, C. Tuclter, Y. Garrett, Jr., D. White. Fifth Row: C. Holmes, E. Thomas, J. Robison Page 294 SK is ':::-SH ' S :ss ' " N 656. ' -, . Y ,. ar INTERMISSION TIME DURING informal dance, sponsored by Vets The tneetings also feature guest speakers. infor- xnal cliscussions. antl lihns: but the pritnary por- tion ol these tneetings is taken up with hnanees. anal announcetnents concerning reports issued by the government pertinent to the veteran-college program, plans lor the cotning allairs, and the appointing ol' Connnittees to Carry out plans. Each year the Veterans Club sponsors an in- formal dance which features a well-known combo from the surrouncling area. 'I'his year the Vet- erans' Club Dance was heltl cluring the winter quarter in the clance stuclio. 'lihe Vets also have a picnic' lor the elub rnenr- bers anal their lanriliesl this year the pienie was helrl cluring the lall quarter. The only recluiretnent lor tnetnbership into the Veterans Club is that ntenlbers tlltlsl be Vet- erans ol' a loreign war. Prolf Nlilo Xvllllllllh ancl Robert Fraser are Sponsors ol' the group. "LAST MINUTE sales talk" sells another ticket for Veterans Sponsored Benefit Page 295 Home Ee. Members ppl Class Skills Members of the Home Economics Club have ment of home management, home demonstra- tions, and home economics education. .lane Clark, senior home economics major from Red Boiling Springs, is president of the club this year. Members ol the Home Economics Club prac- tice the abilities and skills that they have learned in class and club meetings at the home manage- ment house and the nursery school. Each stu- dent in home economics is required to live in the home management house one quarter of her senior year. This year, the Home Economics Club has been working with the Aggies in many activities such as the Aggie-Home Economics lloat for the an- nual homecoming parade and the annual Aggie , and Home Economics Ball and Banquet. Home Economics members participate in vari- p ous extra-curricular projects such as giving gifts l f to the needy at Christmas and aiding other local HOME ECONOMICS MAJORS learn how to upholster chairs and how to reseat old chairs charities. Miss Esther Montgomery is advisor. HOME ECONOMICS CLUB-First Row: J. Clark, President: M. Thompson, Vice President: W. Howell, Secretary: C. Hurst, Treasurer: M. Hudclleston, Parlimen- tartan: S. McMurry, J. Lee, B. LaFever, M. Christian, J. Moore, D. Smith, E. Montgomery, M. White. Second Row: H. Martin, A. Rotella, D. Forester, P. Bobo, A. Masters,.M. Blanton, D. Shuck, B. Raby, J. Castle, W. Palladino, C. Huddleston, P. Cole. Third Row: K. Glenn, M. Lauderdale, G. Tucker, P. Horton, F. Bilbrey, B. Hawkins, B. Smith, M. Durham, B. Carr, M. Parham, C. Richardson, E. Wilmouth. Fourth Row: A. Adams, K. Hackett, C. Birdwell, S. Moore, A. Bryan, C. Kerley, S. Mullins, W. Thomas, J. Metford, H. Smithson, P. Reynolds. Fifth Row: R. Wallace, F. Masters, C. Moore, N. Quarles Page 296 T as their prime goal the promotion and develop- 48146 BLOCK AND BRIDLE-First Row: B. Reynolds, President: B. Epley, Vice Presidentg L. Willmore, Secretary: G. McDonald, Treasurerg B. Hall, Marshall: B. Parham, Advisorg C. Hyder, Advisory Second Row: B. Marting T. Bond: M. Head: B. Carter: R. Tillerg E. Gaylon. Third Row: D. Tarterg R. Haclcettq B. Sessions: B. Beardeng V. Lewis: S. Reynolds. Fourth Row: W. Gcolsbyg J. Lawsong R. Casey B. Warrington Bleek-Bridle Members ludge Dair ontests Students of aninial husbandry inake up the Tennessee 'lleeh Chapter ol' the National Block and Bridle Club. Levon Reynolds, senior aniinal husbandry niajor from Granville, is president ol' the 'Ileeh chapter. Nlenibers are aetiye in livestock and dairy judg- ing contests and have attended the annual na- tional convention, which was held in Chicago. 'Ilhis year llelon Reynolds and Glen Nlellonald were selected to represent the Tech chapter at the National Block and Bridle Convention which was held in Deeeniber. 'lihe purpose of the Block and Bridle Club is to protnote closer fellowship and interests among the nietnbers and to bring abottt closer relationf ships between the students and the nien who are pttrsuing some phase ol' animal husbandry as a prolession. 'l'he .Xggie Ball is one ol' the highlights ol their social year. Prof. XY. C. Ilyder and Prof. li. 'lf Parham are advisors. F Q BLOCK AND BRIDLE CLUB members inspect Senator Albert Gore's purebred Angus cattle Page 297 TECH AGGIES-First Row: K. Pollard, President: L. Montgomery, Vice President: B. Epley, Secretary: T. Allen, Treasurer: R. Hackett, Sergeant-at-Arms: H. Funli, Advisor: B. Parham, Advisor. Second Row: E. Stockton, N. Turner, D. Hewitt, J. Heard, T. Parris, M. Stover, J. Moss, C. Hyder. Third Row: A. Angel, W. Brain- ard, J. Downey, B. Sessions, B. Hall, T. Burl1s, W. Largen, C. Pangle. Fourth Row: R. Burgess, D. Elldng, J. Bedford, J. Elder, L. Heiclle, R. Groce, R. Wolfe. Fifth Row: J. Gadd, R. Reagan, L. Swaftord, L. Harkleroad, R. Webb, L. McDonald, W. Willocl1s, E. Galyon. Sixth Row: D, Tarter, C. Robertson, W. Carpenter, D. Delosier, C. Conley, J. Earley, B. Capps. Seventh Row: R. Case, G. Franklin, S. Copeland, C. Haltacre, M. Willoughby, G. Clark, B. Roberts, B. Carter Aggie Club ponsors 1.61111-1'12lS1110llC11 1S2l1'Il 15211112011 was 1110 11101110 1111 1110 L11llg1l21lI1 211111 LJVCYZI11 132111. 11110 111' 1110 111g1111g111s 111' 1110 z1011x'1110s 111' 1110 rXgg10 Club, w111011 1s 1102111011 by K1111y P1111z1111, lJ1'CS1C1C1lL. ixl1Ol11C1' p111j01'1 111' 1110 Agg10s 1s 1110 1111b110z1111111 111' 1110 Aggie Cflllflllff, 21 1lll1ll'lCl'1y 11111101111 w111011 011114 s1s1s 111' 1110 Aggic 110ws C211ClN12l1' plus 1110 z11i1,1x'1110s 111' Gingham, UV1-1112111 Ball 1111101 101111011 111111'0ss11111z11 110111s. 1110 .lggiv 111111111161 1s 11111111s11011 0s1101'1z111y 1111 Aggic .-X111111111 111111 s0v01z11 1'11p10s 1110 s0111 111 1110 2lgl'11ill11.ll1'2l1 11011z1111110111s 111' 11ig11 s0111.1111s of 1110 Sll1'l'OllllC1111g 111011. A1110 E. C1111011, 111111111 11g1'111111111y 11121-101' 1111111 N10- M11111x'1110. s01x'011 as 011111111 1'z101111y z111Vis111's 101' 1110 11111111111111111 2110 H. C. 15111114 111111 B. P211'1l2lll1. TECH AGGIES-First row: F. Pollard, President: L. Montgomery, Vice President: B. Epley, Secretary: T. Allen, Treasurer: R. Hackett, Sergeant-at-Arms: E. Knight, J. Conry, Director. Second Row: D. Henry, J. Windle: D. Pearson: S. Reynolds: D. Woodmore: B. Reynolds: B. Martin. Third Row: D. Cash: B. Vaughn: J. Hicl1ey: J. Anderson: V. Lewis: J. Regan. Fourth row: W. Huddelston: Q. Cummings, H. Brock: B. Carter: B. Bearden: L. Huddleston: C. Huder. Fifth Row: J. Couch: D. White: J. Laws 1n: G. McDonald 2 Page 298 For tl1e lirst ti111e, the Aggie Club began this year to have joint 111eeti11gs with tl1e ll0ll1C Eco- 4, 11o111ies Club. For their first p1'og1'a111. a short l skit, "'I'l1e FZIITIIICIJS lJlll1gl'lLCl'il was p11ese11te1l. , The 1il11bs also 1io111bi11e lor tl1e Zllllllllll Aggie- 1 Home l'l1to11o111i1's lJZi1lIlUCl, whi1th l'eat111'es a dis- t,i11g11isl'1e1l speaker Ztllll the 1i1'ow11i11g ol' tl1e Aggie L queen who is el1ose11 LYOIII tl1e Home lC1'o11o111i1's tlCIJ2ll'llllClll. .X M11 Tech :Xggie is elected by the lIlCllllJCl'S 1111 tl1e basis ol' lea1le1'sl1il1 lllltl a1'- tivity within tl1e 1'l11b. :XII Aggie s1'hola1'ship is also 1JI'CSCl1lCll. f,l'gZ1IllZCtl i11 ltl2Sl. tl1e Aggie CIl11b's purpose is to lJl'Olll0lL' i11te1'est, i11 tl1e study ol' ag1'ie11lt111'e and tl1e ag1'i1i11lt111'al Pl'OlJlClllS ol' tl1e state and 11z1t.io11. By 2ll.l.Clllllllg tl1e 111eeti11gs l'Cglll2l1'ly, the Il1CllllJCl'S are kept i11l'o1'111e1l about t.lTC latest ideas a111l ll'ClltlS i11 lll0tlC1'I1 l'at'111i11g111etl1o1ls. 'lihis year. tl1e 'lieeh 1'hapte1' ol' tl1e Aggies was host to tl1e 1-X111111al Middle 'l'e1111essee Livestock and -Tlltlglllg l'1'og1'a111. SLllllCIllS l'l'Olll Nliddle Tlie1111essee high schools lllltl colleges paitieilmatecl i11 tl1e lIlCCl,. which was l1el1l i11 April. THIRD PLACE won by Aggie-Home Economics tloat in Homecoming parade competition AGGIE CONTACT-First row: J. Couch, Editor: J. Windle: G. McDonald, Business Manager: D. Woodmore, Reporter: B. Parham, Advisor: H. Funk, Advisor. Second Row: D. Tarter, Assistant Editor, N. Turner, Assistant Editor: S. Reynolds, Business Manager: B. Reynolds, Business Manager: J. Farley, Reporter. Third Row: J. Fish, Typist: H. Brock, Typist: L. Harlderoad, Reporter: J. Lawson, Reporter: B. Carter, Assistant Editor: T. Allen, Reporter. Fourth Row: R. Case, Assistant Circulation Manager: D. DeLozier, Reporter: W. Young: B. Martin: R. Hackett, Business Manager 'rw Page 299 'bg 6 THIS FIRST PLACE trophy was won by Phillip Thomason, Waymon Wallace, Higgs Harwell, and Bobby Vaughn J. Huddleston, sponsorl in competition with tive other land grant colleges Agronom Members Donate to agazine Prouiotiiig the stucly ol. Zlgftlllflllly and agricul- ture iuul CllC0ll1'2lglllg high scholastic stziiiclarcls are the flllljli functions ol' the lecih Agrouoiiiy Club. Une ol' the uiziuioi' activities ol' the Club is its zuiiiuzil pzirticiiputioii iii the Nlllltllllll Coiiyexitioii ol' the .-Xmericzm Society ol' .Xgi'oiioiiiy. Dele- gates to the lflfrfl coiiyeutioii which was held at l'ui'clue lluiyersity were Lebron Nl0lllgOlIlC1'y, Bobby Xlllllgllll. zuicl Kirby Pollzircl. Members ol' the .Xgionouiy Club write :mtl eclit reports which are publishecl in the Xnliolmf Nezvs- I.r'llf'r, 21 iuzigzuiue which reports the operzitioiis ol' other 2lgl'0Il0llly clubs in the uzitiou. Lebron hlontgomeiy is Pl'CSltlCl1l, ol' the Tech .fXgi'o11ou1y Club. Ile is zlssistecl in his cluties by Doyle l'zu'mei'. vice-lmresitleutl Kirby Pollzircl, see- iietziryl Nolan illlll'llCl', t1'ez1su1'ei': liuclcly Martixi, i'epoi'te1': illl1OlI12lS Allen. pliotogmplier: and Gene l"i'zuikliu, l'0lTCSlJOlNllllg SCCl'Cl2tl'y. lfotuuletl in I950. the .Xgroiioiiiy Club keeps its iiiembers iul'oi'iuecl about the lzitest cleyelopiiieius in the fielcl ol' zigrouomy. Prolf. XV. Hutlcllestou is the clubs sponsor. AGRONOMY CLUB-First Row: L. Montgomery, President: D. Parmer, Vice Presdentg K. Pollard, Secretary: N. Turner, Treasurer: W. Huddleston, Advisor, C. Pangle. Second Row: J. Woody, D. Cash, B. Vaughn, G. Burt, T. Allen, B. Martin. Third Row: K. Smith, H. Lackey, J. Anderson, D. Woodmore, J. Couch, R. Groce. Fourth Row: D. Elkins Page 300 'll L. ww i .M lil S will Bi 1. it YE 4,1335 gigg- ,E QQ! ,,...s,3m . ,, , I S, ..w.MM.. ,. no... GRYPHONS-First Row: T. Medley, President: J. Moorhead, Vice President: J. Webb, Secretary: T. Reynolds, Treasurer: W. Kell, Parliamentariang D. Burr, Sergeant-at-Arms: J. Williams, Sergeant-at-Arms, N. Ewing. Second Row: B. Jenkins, H. Morgan, R. Perry, J. Foster, T. Melton, D. Heath, M. Brown, N. Gatlin. Third Row: W. Davis, W. Mitchell, Jr., B. Reynolds, S. Reynolds, W. Manning, R. Peters, W. Hickman. Fourth Row: B. Hardy, J. Johnson, C. Federman, J. Clifton, W. Oakes, T. Winters, D. Agee, J. Miller Gr phons Present Ballg Womack Is Queen One of the most active military organizations on the campus is the Gryphons Society, which is the cadet orlicers club. Composed ol' qualified ROTC members in the advanced stage of the Tech military program, the Uryphons work to promote this program. Highlighting the tall quarter at Tech is the annual Military Ball, which is sponsored by the Gryphons. This year's Ball featured Harry james and his orchestra. Miss Frankie XVomack was military queen. she and her attendants were pre- sented at the Ball. Leading the largest Ciryphons Society in Tech's history is President Ted Medley. He is assisted by the Vice-President -john Moorhead, Secretary Tommy Nlt'Reynolds. Parliamentarian lVallace Kell, and Sergeant-at-fXrms. Iohn lVilliams. Cap- K K tain Emmons is sponsor. Among the other activities were the military banquet and a Regimental rille match. A BANQUET SERVES as part of formal initiation program for new Gryphon men .,,..-ff .awww -Q 3 5 4 L 1r-2- ..... :if "t:t H' P" 'i"1. Q as t ' ,,.,,... ies was . - my Page 301 DORMITORY SUPERVISORS are Mrs. Gertrude Crawford, Mrs. Evelyn Hooser, Mrs. Mary Minor, and Mrs. Vera Goodpasiure TWU Board Coverns Women: Have Dances ln cooperation with the Dean of XVomen, the Tech lVomen's Organization, which is led by President Faye Derryberry, is a sell?-governing body which directs the campus life of all woman students. Each quarter the TXVO sponsors a Backward Hleek during which girls only can ask for dates. Girls must open doors, carry books, walk on the outside of sidewalks and do any other acts con- sidered courtesy lor a man. This week is cli- maxed by a semi-formal dance. The TXNU Board is composed of all the dorm oflicers plus one representative from each dorm and executive officers for the entire TVVO. The board meets once a month with Dean Marshall to plan for coming events such as open house on Friday and Saturday nights. This oroanization presents each freshman irl C L with an "Aquila," which is a handbook of rules and regulations by which the Tech women are governed. L TWO-First Ifow: M. G-arrigan: F. Derryberry, President: N. Quarles, Vice President: C. Sprayberry, Secretary: S. Langford, Treasurer: D. Marshall, Sponsor: J. Lee: V. Fleming. Second Row: C. Huddleslon: M. Lowe: M. McLean: M. Sadler: B. Raby: S. Sherrod: L. Glover: B. Boaz: D. Shuclc: M. Huddleston. Third row: L. Swann: S. Mullins: V. Ewton: P. Kemp: M. Thompson: L. Parrott: K. Hicks Page 302 'Pm TMDO COUNCIL-G. Burt: A. Meyers, Vice President: W. Hickman, President: C. Mullisg L. Armos if was 4 W' Sai? 5 9 1 mps 2 ti ,V S by H91 Q if Q X? , ' R. E. FUSON IS TMDO SPONSOR with Dean Malcolm Quillen serving as the group's advisor Male tudents All nren students residing in the dorniitories on the Campus automatically hecoine nieinhers ol the Tech Mens Dorniitory Organization. The TMDO is divided into divisions with each dorni as a separate unit. The 'l'ech lVIen's Dorniitory Organization at.- tenipts to lurther a spirit ol' unity and service among all niale students who reside in the dornli- tories and to sponsor programs related to resi- dence activities which will contrihute to the well-being ol' all the students. Representatives lroni each ol' the dorins are elected lor the 'INIIDO Council. 'lhis council serves as a central governing body lor eaeh dorni unit. 'lhe TMDO president is also a nietnher of the .Xssociated Student Body Council. lVavne Hicknian heads this vear's TNIIJO. Several social lunctions are held under the su- pervision ol' this group old niale students sueh as an open house and a seniiflorinal Christmas dance. R. E. Filson is the sponsor. JJ. 4 .v..,..f3s.. . ,e,.,,,. , iii N-...., Page 303 TECH PLAYERS-First Row: G. Harper, President: J. Ansley, Vice President: J. Rogers, Secretary, J. Forester, Treasurer: Mrs. D. Pennetaalcer, Sponsor, Dr. C. Ey- ler, Sponsor. Second Row: S. Wells, N. Boles, B. Harward, D. Hartnett, D. Wolfe. Third Row: J. Dilday, C. Moody, M. Collier, P. Williams, K. Crawford. Fourth Row: E. Keplingerp S. Kerr, H. Miller, H. Warren. Fifth Row: G. Meadors, C. Oswalt, D. Jared, D. Cantrell Pla ers Present 6GBlitl1e piritw As the campus drama group, the Tech Players are composed olf those students who are interested in all phases of dramatics, such as acting, directing and stag- ing. The Players presented "Blithe Spirit" by Noel Coward during winter quarter and a one-act comedy, "Sparkin' T' in Public Programs. Members of the club are endeavoring to secure a little theater for the cam- pus in the near future. lpha Psi Ome a Is Drama Honorary Membership in the Pi Upsilon chapter of the na- tional dramatic fraternity, Alpha Psi Omega, is open to members of the Tech Players who have accumu- lated the required number of activity points in some phase of campus drama. The chapter, which was or- ganized in 1957, plans as a long-range project to pro- mote interest in the erection of a Tech Playhouse. Gordon Meadors is president of the chapter. ALPHA PSI OMEGA-First Row: Gordon Meadors, President: Janice Rogers, Vice President: Diane Hartnett, Secretary-Treasurer: Gerald Harper. Second Row: Cohen Oswaltg C. M. Eyler, Sponsor Page 304 Alumni Association Binds Tech Graduates Four years at a college leave an indelible print on a graduate. 'l'he lech Alumni .Xssociation is the tie that binds all those stamped with the emblem OliVllC1lllCSSCC lech. 'l'he Tennessee 'l'et'h .Xluntni ,-Xssociation is more than an organifation ol' 'llech graduates, it is a visible manifestation ol the spirit ol' the school. During the spring quarter ol' each year the Alumni ftssociation has a meeting. .PX banquet is held in the cafeteria lor the purpose ol' renewing old acquaintances, meeting new lriends, and patrons ol' Tech, and electing officers lor the new year. Two other times during the school year, at homecoming and graduation, the alumni again re- turn to the campus. 'EX hack-home nostalgial' is the mood olf these times. 'llhe Alumni Lounge in the Tech Union is opened lor these meetings with senior class members in charge. The flhtnzni Nffttw, a quarterly which had its birth as a feature in the Ormilf. is published to keep the alumni in touch with the progress of the college. lVesley P. Flatt. is president, and Leonard Crawford is executive secretary. if SENIORS DIANE HARTNETT and Dick Moore talk to '56 graduates Martha and Harry Williams at the Alumni Dance PRESIDENT DERRYBERRY CONGRATULATES newly-elected Alumni President Wesley Flatt as other alumni officers watch Page 305 A SNG SAUNDERS F LORIST Sponsor of CLUB 1400 Since 1944 vm as The Voice of Tennessee Tech "Say It with Flowers" -iQX.EGRAp6 ss' 0 e . Q 'P X if 2 S V 'Q Lk xx 4 whip og- Flowers by Wire Afzyzvhere You may reach Howard or Helen Saunders ut JA 6-6117 Twenty-four hours a day COLLEGE B RBER HOP Barbers .' Copeland Jared D. L. Vickers C. Phillips Fred Bilbrey 210 East Sch Street JUST OFF THE CAMPUS "We Need Your Head in Our Business" COOKEVILLE PLANING MILL Hardwood Flooring and All Kinds of Building Lumber Telephone JR 6-4191 Cookeville Page 308 1 INDEX FOR STUDENTS Xlllrzr' 1,1120 Xlu-rnntlxy, Cznrolyn . . - H llll Xlxcrnanllly, George .. , ... llll Ailzuns, Ann Mackey 73, 2915 Arlxuns, lllmrlcs N., -lr. .,., '78 Aclanns, llinlle M. ., ..,., 92 Mlznlls, ,lolm A. 92, 251 Xdanns, l'zllriL'ia A. . 92, H4 1141 Xclioilx, jerry B. .. .92, 255, 2137 Ailkisxon, Arvine H. ,...,. .., TN Agce. Charles Nl. ,... ., ., TS .Kgs-c, llznnon Wilson , AH, 184, 288, 301 Kgs-c, Ni-zilon Rzly .. ..., . GR Akin, Barry Noel ... .. .. ... 73 Akin. Bobby Lou 251i Akin, Rohr-rtzl Louise 92 -Xliorn, Clmrlotte .. .. l50 Xlmlcrson, Shirley D. . ... 92 Xlcxzlnrlcr, Albert CL. . 'TS hli'X1lllKll'I', Dznid I... , 68 Xlcxumlcr, Lynn B. . .78 255 Xllcn, Brcnclu . . ., . 92 Xllcn, Curl Vestal . . 1m8,21il Xllcn, llcol-ge D. . . 53 Xllcn, Nun Gwen . . ...... 92, 2713 Allcn, Olncr C. . ., . ., .,.... .,, 92 Xllrn ilillillllili Z. . 78, 298, 299, 3110 Alinon, Clmrles P., Ill .. ........ I22, 2132 -Xlxnon, linnnn A. ...., .... . . 137 Alnmn, Nlxlry Allllilllll . . 92 -Xllstnn, LI. Dgilc .. TS Xlxzui-1, Oscar Nl. ,. . , 92 Xnuulwr, Alice Hclcn 78 XIIIUIII, lixlrhnm Sun' .. . . 78 xIIll'lll, Rcbckzxh Ann . . . . 92 Xmoni-11, Louise Ci. 78, ITS5 Ili! All1ll'lSUll, Freddix' R. . , ...,.. ..... S I2 Mnlcrson, .lzuncs ll. . .... . ......... . . . 53 'hula-xson, .Illlllf'S R. . , 92, 2515, 284, 293 298 3131! 'Xllili-Null, Ralph C. . ,........,,. 78 lfi1i AllilCINllll, Robert XY. . , . .. . 21i1 .flinlr-nson, Virginian . llll AIl1llillS, William ll. ,.. . ., 515 Xmlicws, XV:1ltcr ,, .... 92 Xngcl, Xrthnr Allen . .. 92 QMS 298 Xnglin, Roy XVilson .. . 92 278 Xllslcy, hlllllll H., 58 3111 Xrlnuklc, Churlcs H 53 Xlclzlly, YVilliz1In R. . ..... ...... 3 2 2159 Argo, Bohln' Earl . . . . . . ...,.......... . 92 Armos, Leslie H. .. 92, 251, 273 303 301 Arnislromz, Daxid li. . . . , ...,..... .. 92 LUNCHES SHORT ORDERS THE BEACON EIGHTH AND DIXIE COOKEVILLE, TENNESSEE DINNERS FOUNTAIN SERVICE MR. AND MRS. DON CROUCH, Owners P 09 INDEX FOR STUDENTS-Continued Xillllll' Page M H Arinstrong, ,Iunut I.. . .,. ..., , . .. ., ,., ,..... 92 Armstrong, Robert C. . 58, 263 Arnold, Pntririzi ll, ...., llll, 284 Atkin, Rohcrtai I.. . ...,,.. .. 92 ANEI Amip, Ifrcd ,tm-y . . Miss, 261,266 Attkisson, Bobby W. . . 92, 286 Aust, Gt'or1.:4' Win., llr. , ,,...... 68 Austin, .lorry D. .,.,. 78 Austin, ,lorry I.. ,. ,,. .... 78 Austin Slllillllll' NV. ,.,.., .,,... I 72 Avant, lfflwilltl IV. 78, 26l, 266 .ilfflll,uvllifllllllilll R. ,.,. 68, 252, 277, 285 fycrs, .. . N273 Phone JA 62135 isnt-mi, Nami is. 92, lax, Ill-i, uso, 2:44 Bacon, Mary S. , , . . 78, I44 Ezlggctt, lglflllillli li.x .. 78 2lggClI, . urgzirvl . . ., 92, 277, 286 On the Square imggt-ir, Rm-ii n. . 32, 2419 liuggott, Alry IS. ,. .. 68 Ilaiilcv, golfn CI. . .. 92 ' Ilzi't't', Jonrvs ...., 68 Cookeville' Tenn' Baker, Ilurolcl lfrzimis . 264 Baker, Kolvtzi Sui' . . ,,.. 78, 275 Baker, Klum-x Dain . 21, IIO nlllfll, lvllllillll Il. . ll, IS5, 276, 2SI, 283 Baltlwin, Rupt-rt l.t-on . . 2-l, 284 llzillurtl, IVillizun 'l'. . .,,., 92, 266 Iizillingcr, .Illini lmt' . 92, 267 lizillingcr, Carl Ray .,., 92 Fmrhc'r, Ililly Guilt' .. . 92 9 l7h2ll'gt'T, Virginia Ann ., . . 68 LO N S B2llikL'l', Alzuncs ll. .., .. ... 78 Bzlrkvr, john lloustrm .,,., 58, 264 Barlow, Billy llc-vxvs . , .,.,. 92 Bzirnzircl, Ct-nc Philip . ., 146, 274, 275 . lil2Il'II2lIfd. nlin ll., r. ,. ...... 92 Fresh Meats, Groceries and Vegetables Bzirncs, ijim wlmii- .,., 92 Barnes, VIXIIUIIIZIS lf., -lr .. . . 32 Barr, ci2lIlH'I'llll' 'l'. . 92 . Barry, Hziywmxl CI. . , 32 7 Pubhc Square im-fit-ii, imiiti A. , , 78 Bartlett, Klztrfizi Ann , 92 Burton, Cllizirlcs II. . . 58, 269, 263 ' lizlrwitk, Xlislizicl Rzly , . . . 78 Phone DCIIVCIY Basin, Roht-rt liugcnt' , . 92 Bnskctt, junior C, . 78, I-H Bnskettc, Bnlmhy Leroy ., 78 The Sfoye That Leads Bass, Kaitlin-rinc Suv 92, 270 Ihisslmn, Ilcrnmn Dunn . . 73 Bates, Norman Barry .. . 78 Barts, Albert Edwin., . . 32 Baxter, David Ray , ,.92, 278 1-. THE HITE STUDIO "On the best portraits you will final our name" 137 East Broad Cookeville, Tenn. lV,, Page 310 28 North Cedar esivtssy S' , DRINK "The Last Word in Relaxationv 060' COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. Cookeville, Tennessee INDEX FOR STUDENTS Continued Xznne Page Bean, Willie Claudius ....,......,.,...,.,.. ...,. ..,...,. l S 8 Beamer, Ron ,.,..,.... ,,.,.,.. . ....., 1 -16 Bearden, Bobby james . .. . . . . .,,,.... 53, 297, 298 Bearden, Patricia A. ..... 53, 127, 150, 159, 1715 Beaty, Brenda .,..,.. ...........,,...,... l 10 Beaty, Faye .....,..... ........ ...,.. 7 8 143 Beaty, Ronald Milborn .... .,.... 7 8 Beaty, Patsy Delores ......, ,,... I 12 Beaver, Thomas Franklin ....,. 68 Beckwith, Glenn A. .....,. .,,, E 72, 266 Bedford, james H. ...,. 92, 298 Beeler, Betty Lynn .... . . , 167 282 Beeiner, Ronald Keith ...... 92 Bell, David Ralph ..... . . .,.. 78 Bell, Estelle YV. ..,,.. .....,.,. 2 4 Bell, Fred Taylor . . . . . . 32 Bell, john Francis .. 92, 146, 274 Bell, Robert Everette ,. . ..,....., 92 Bellar, Daiid Russell .,.. .,...., 7 H Bellar, Jacky Orange . . . . . . . 68 231 Bennett, Duward, F., jr. . ,.., '78 Bennett, Frankie ,.,.,,.. . . . . 255 Bennett, Herbs' joe ..,. , 92 Bennett, Shirley Ann . . . . . .llll 284 Benson, Dallas C. , . ,..... 92 Benson, vvllllillll Arnold . . . .,......, 92 Bertram, Sara Alice ...... ....,. . 78 Biekford, Judith H. ... ... 68, 255 277 Bifkford, Pauline ,... .. .... 32, 25-4 Bilhrey, Carolyn J. .... . . . ...., . . 78 Bilbrey, Charles Hugh . . . ......, , . . . . 92 Bilbrey, Faye Pearl ...., . 92, 254. 286 296 Bilbrey, Gene Austin ., .. ...... ., Ill! Bilhrey, Harlan K. ,. .. . . . 92 Bilhrey, Rebecca R. 4 92 Binkley, Glade Arlen .. . 78 Binkley, Robert ..., . , , , 92 Bird, George R. ..... 92 Bird, Richard Bryant .. ,,,, 78 Birtlwell, Carolyn S. . ..., 92, 296 Birdwell, ,lark D. .... ,,,,,, 5 32 Birtlwell, Ronald R. .. ,,,,,, 78 Birrlwell, Stella J. .. ,,,, 92, 254 Blark, Carolyn ..,,...,. .,,,,,, 7 3 Blark, Charles Barton .. ...,...... 78 Black, NI. Sulanne .,,. 24, 144, 284 Blaek, Nancy Lou .,,,,,.,,,, G8 Blatkliurn, Carolyn ,.. .,. ..... ,... G8 Blaekhurn, james Nl. .. .....,......,..., 78 Blaeklnlrn, ,lo lilla.. , .,.. 68, 144, 27.1 275 Blakely, Marilyn j. .... . .........,.... .. 01: Blankenship, Barbara A. . 92, 143, 284 2ilil BULLI GTON'S All Your Reading and Writing Needs Hobby Supplies - Ojlice Equipment 20 West Broad Cookeville, Tennessee LE LIE C. WILLIAMS FLORIST Flowers for All Ocmsions CORSAGE-CUT FLowERs BOUQUETS si .mix Phone JA 6-4161 COOKEVILLE Page 311 I Time Out for an R.C. L 0 Q9 COLA W4' 8557 BY 7A5ff'ff5f ROYAL CROWN BOTTLING CO. Cookeville, Tennessee COOKEVILLE M RBLE AN GRA ITE WORKS Quality Monuments Phone JA 6-6115 INDEX F Avlllllf Blankenship, Vernon L. Blanton, Delores NI. , Blexins, Clarence N. Boardman, Charles li. Boardman, janet 'll Boatman, Howard . . Boatman, Reberru S. Boattnan, Roberta Ann Bom, Elizabeth C, Bobo, Patririzi L. . Bockman, Annt-llc . Bohannon, Will 0. . . Bohoms, Robert Iliuine Boles, Nflflllil Gail . , .. Boling, john R. .. Bolinger, Milbourn C. . R Bolles, iclmrd I. . Bolton, Robert Lee Bond, liuell T. Bond, James Edward Harold Dalle jack .,,.., Borum, Dzixid Hugh Booher, Borden, Boswell, Larry .,... Bottoms, Shirley . . Bookout, john N. ., Boone, Daniel Curtis Boshezirs, liouldin, Bowling, Bowling, Bowling, Bow mzi n , Box, Sue Boyd, Ali Bo 'd C' S , -I Boyd, ,lol 1 Boyd, Mi Brubson , Bobby IV. Noble I.ee .. Billie ,... Faye Henry john ., ., Cllmrles li. Kemp ..,. YC lf, , . . zirlt-ne . . . in I.eon . , . ke .,,.,. Carolyn .L BraL'y, Benjamin Il., ,lip Brziey, Robert A. ..... . Bmcey, 'liommy C. , Bradford, C. D. ., ,. Bradford, jackie A. . Bradford, Rosemary Bmcleliziw, Brenrlai .Xnn 149 West Spring Cookeville, Tennessee Brady, Anne Dull llrzulley, Anne R. Brziinrirtl, Wheeler . Brzikebill, Jimmie G. Brnnznn, junite .... Page 312 OR STUDENTS-Continued .js,"2ls1 .. . . 92 . 44, 276 TS, 250, 284 9" .. 93, 282 U68 .,..9fl , US, 2119, llvl, lol, . ..93, . I-I-1, 274 . . 280 ,. 9fl, I25, Iiifl I I Page 2159 290 92 263 53 266 2313 277 302 296 I 30 Elfl GS Ili!-I 32 93 93 78 297 93 269 93 288 I I0 l50 93 9.1 2 56 is 273 is H4 93 32 is ev: , - 289 l IU 913 vs 93 GS os 261 286 zo: fm 298 93 110 X tl INDEX FOR Brunun, Nancy Lt-uh ..,... Bflllllllll, Rollcrt Donald .... Brando B rzlnno n, George W. n, Bill ........ , Braltcllcr, .Iirnmic L. ,. Breeding, Fred A. .. Brewer, llildzr W. , . . . Brcwc r, lrzl Dewitt .. Brower, Mildred E. . . Bridges, 112ll'17ll1'11 A. . . Bridges, .lilnlny . . . Britlgvw , john R., Brim, George ll., jr. . Brink, Brink. 1.411115 11. Waller lf. ., . Brinklcx, l'lyus 0. . lh'ilnc'11, ,Ionn X. ..,. Brill, '1 1lL'0l1U1'C A. , . Brock, Anthony N, . Brork, Gordon H. .. Brolk, Nlikc B. Brogzin, Rohvrl -1. ., Brookw, john M. . , . .. Brooks, 1.:iwrcnt'c D. Brooks, Marry Diunnc .... Brooks, Szlnnny li. ......., . Brookmlmnk. Randall M. .. Brown, Belly ......,,... Brown, llzriwy S. ....... . Brown, livclyn .,... Brown, liugvnc C. ., Brown, I-'runklin .. Brown, Ifrcd . Bro w n, Brown , Brown . B row n , Brown , Brown , Brown Brown, Brown , Brown , Brown . Brown , Browni Browni Broylcs Broylcs B rn rc , jznnvi B. ,Iznncs M. ,lunics S. .. I..my l.. Larry 11. ,... Marie Ann ,. A12lI'10ll LCC ., Melvin H. . Robert 1.00 .. Ruhcurd W. .. 111110111115 XV. .. VIYOIIHHY Ruy .. ng, Bvltyc hl. . ng, Mary K. ., , Cilln-rt, jr. ., , Ralph ,...,. joe ..,.,.,.., Brlnnnlctt., Ilowzrrd B. . Bruton, john NV. Bryan, Bryan, Larry D. .... . Novclla Ann .,., STU DENTS--Continued Page 68 ,.,. U93 ,.,,.,. ,285 .,.ll0 ,...,78, 256, 276, 280 . ,..,.. 110 ,..44,287 .,..278,293 , ,..l17 68, 144, 275 , .,.... 78 . 5111, 251, 26-1 . 32, 251, 2159 .. ...,. GS , .2-1 93 U93 . 68, 298, 2519 ,, .,,..... 68 ....9f3,286 ...,68,26l . . . 158, 256 ..,lS8,278 ,....l50 ...288,289 .....,93 ,...,,.l10 ....78,266 ......93 263 ,...93, 281 U78 68,166,276 .,.... 58 HAH, 182, 301 ..,..44 . .,..., 93 ., .93,290 2-1, 281, 284 .,., .78 .NGS ..,..ll0 ......ll0 .,,.24,294 ........'78 ....78,296 Distributors of Grade "A" Food-Products DERSO Fish 8: Oyster Co. Incorporated 522 11th Avenue, North Post Office Box 187 Nashville 2, Tenn. Teclosters typing on the new Royal . WEAVER TYPEWRITER COMPANY SALES-RENTALS-SERVICE Iilectric-Standard-Porlable New-Used-Rebuill 113 West First Street COOKEVILLE Phone JA 6-2936 Page 313 Headquarters for HOUSEWARE 84 FISHING TACKLE JUDD H RDW RE CO. Corner of Broad and Cedar Phone jA 6-2436 STATE F RM INSURANCE Auto-Life-Fire and Casualty STATE FARM ca INSURANCE ROBERT B. MCKINLEY 299 East Spring Street Cookeville, Tennessee Phone jA 6-6218 INDEX FOR Kanze Bryant, Benjamin C. . Bryant, Eloise . .. B ryon, james li. . . Bryson, james li. .. . Burk, john Williain Buckley, joe R. ,... . Budd, Betty ,. . . . . . Budd, joseph H., jr. ., Budd, Paul G. ...,, . Buford, XVIII H. .... Buiee, Raymond I. . . Bunn, Robert A. . , . Burch, lValter I'. . . . . Burchlield, Angeline L. . Burthlield, Virginia li. Burgess, Bryan .. Burgess, Roy ,.... . Burke, Charles R. . . . Burke, Ernest If. , . . . Burke, Margaret A. . . Burkitt, Annie L. . , Burks, George Ray . . Burks, Tommy . .... . Burns, Leon C., jr. . Burr, Donald .,.. . Burr, Sarah Eleanor . . Burress, Patrifia Ann .. Burt, Gordon IV. Burt, Robert Houston Burton, john Wayne .. Busby, ldlizabetli A. .. Bush, Buster . .. .. Bush, Herbert T. . . . . Bush, Shelby jean . .. Bush, W'm. Henry, jr. Bussell, Butler, Butler, Butler, Butler, Butler, Butler, Butler, Butler, Butler, Bruner, Bu I trey Charles l,. . Charles I,ec john Walter Katherine NI. .. Lewis Dalton Martina ..., Patrieia Ann ., Renda . Tim Richard ., Tominy Loyd Henry Clay . . Harold C. Bvrd, Cearlie D. . Cagle, Bill joe . Caltlwell, David XV. .. Caldwell, Theo Clair .. Calfee, Earl lf., jr. . Caniernn, Billie Camp, Hershel L. . . STU DENTS-Continued .. 79 .. 79 ego ' 250 ....b8, -. ., 118, ISD, I92, 201, 260 , . 52, tri 4-if . 19, 202. lfsl 93 268, 209, . t 52, Il8, .58 Page . . . ,264 . . . .93, 258 . . . . . . 78 . . . . , 32 . . . 44 . . 93 , . , . .288 . . . . , 68 . . . . . 93 .. 78, 277 . . . . 78 . . . 200 78, 277 252, 277 277, 2815 .. 08, 202 . . 93, 298 , 79 150, 290 288, 289 .. 08, 284 . . . . . 93 93, 298 32, 290 207, 801 ., 44, 288 .. 79 800, 803 . . 79 H0, 207 924, 270 .. 79, 288 79, 254 .. 98 , 201, 202 272, 294 08, 202 . , . 79 98 93, 144 . ll0 79 208, 292 277, 280 . . . 79 93, 280 200, 207 .. .. 93 . . . 93 . 79 . . , l I0 08, 209 . , , 273 . . , , , I I0 F 'Furniture 0 if Distinction" from Cookevillek Most Modern Furniture Sta Te POWELL BILYEU AND SONS FURNITURE COMPANY 228 EAST BROAD STREET COOKEVILLE, TENNESSEE Page 314 "Prices Are Born Here and Raised Elsewhere" PRI G STREET MARKET Open 24 Hours-7 Days A Week Free Delzvery Arzytzme 22 West Sprmg Street Cookev111e, Tennessee Phone JA 6-2992 INDEX FOR STUDENTS-Conhnued Alflllll' age amp, 1Vaync Major .. .. ........ 32, 269 ampbcll, Lloyd KVM. .,.. 32,269 272, 2711 J, B. M C, T, ampbcll, Robert G. .. ,. .,,. ...... 7 9 ampbell, ll-1lOll1llS lf, ...79, 287, 290 294 amphcll, Virgil XV. ,...,......... 262 aunor, james D. .. ...,......., . 110 anny, Ruben . , .... ..,. . . . 08, 251 . . 2unrm1,cawn1a NL ., ..., 93,11o,2sl,2s2 Ilfhgleggle ljzyfrgbufgr antrell, Dorotlly A. ...6S, 143. 249,304 antrcll, llarris l'. .. ....... 267, 281 . .. w , "c Zlillillie, l11'll."T1,,'l' ,Q """'1IjI1 slfl 0f Twww Pefr0lew11 Prvduflf aplcnor, Frames j. . .. .68 288 apps, Robert Donald .,..,.,... 44 apps, 111111121111 .L ... .,. . 93 298 arden, Charloltc A. .. . 93, 256 284 ardcn, Harry S. ,,,. ,.,....,. 7 9 Phone arrlen, H1103 Dean . . ,-14 2815 arlen, llenry Frank . .39 262 arlcu, Hill ., ..,. ,. 110 252 arlcn, Walter W. . , . ,...... 24 - af-pma-r. wma' s. ,sm 298 Cookeville, Tenn- arlock. lfranxu-s F. ., .-l-1 276 arlsun, Jxfllllll' XXI, -lr .79 258 arltou, Daximl R. .. ,..... 93 arman, Tony C. . , ,.... 93 arr, Betty Sue . .,5fl, 254 296 arr, Jimmy XTHNIIL' . . .93 255 arr, .lolmny Rowan .. .,... GS 2lfl', Keith Ronald , ,.,. 110 arr, Nlary Spcnfer , ,. ...,. 93 arr. 'l'l1omaQ Cl. , ..., ...., 3 fl V arson, Patrinia CL, ., ,. 93 M I E P R arter, llobhv l.. , 297 298 299 arter, Cllarlvs liarl ,, , ..... 262 after, Dun Paul . ... 93 artcr, lirncxr Dow , Ili! 269 arter, Gerald .... , . , ,,,,., , 110 arter, james l.., -lr, 438 277 arter, 12111109 NI. . ,, 33, 269 artcr, 1.awreme R. , .. 110, 267 . .lI'lCI', Ramona sm 93 292 Antomotzzfe Replacement Parts arlcr, Stanley ,, .., .. 256 armriglmt, ,luditlu A. , ., ., .,, 93 arx er, 111213110 CI. , . . . , . , , 79 264 asC. Robert H. , .. 79, 297, 298, 299 ,' . ash, Don , ,. ..... 298 5:00 C00ke11lle, TSUUCSSCQ ash, Dow 112111 ., ., ...,.. 53 assclty, George 13. ,, ..... 93 ass:-tlv, ,iunm 1,. , ..,,. 92 ,,,,,.H,',,,,lH,,,,,, N, V, G8 201 Wfest Broad Phone JA 6-2166 asrle, .loannc ., . .68 296 asllc, Sara C. .... , .93 270 astlcbcrry, Joyce A. .93 293 Page 315 INDEX FOR STUDENTS-Continued INDEX FOR STUDENTS-Continued Nunn IHIIJI .Xfnnf C.IsLIL'xn1Ix1, INVIIIICIII f.1lIl'. .XIIIHI I'. f.llt'. I.I:Imx' K. III. I izxlllcx, XIx'x:1lI4Im'I II 4- ' .llIlI1, IIUIIN l.1Im:1I' CJIIIIII. I.r'IaI IIIHII C.1I111Im'I. xI.llll'ILI' .XIII f.IXIIl. Pguxx ,I.:m- is-III-. IIVIIIIIN R. IIIIAIIIII, Iivllx In lII.lmIIm'IN. Hugh II. I.II.IlI4III'I. lm' XXI-III x 4II.ImIIs-1. Xa-lluv Inu 1II.I1IIII. Ilrmx I.4Ig:lI CII.IIIm.m, NLIILIII K. IIILIIIQN. NI. Immun C.Iu'.IlI1:Im. Clmllmw R 1.I1m'm'Ix. IImI.II1I I". CIIIINIVI. XILIII .Xml l.IIiI1IvIx, In-In XXIII. IIIIiIIIIm'ws. Rnlrml Q. KIIIIIIN, Nlgux K.:lI'uIIn Illimm, C.IIgll'ILw XI, lhism, limmiv Iu- fIIIlII'IlIIk'll, Xlxrrx II LIIIIIIAIQIII. XIXIII II. Cluiluuml. NQIIIIIM' Llmx lnzuml. X1m:I'I1I R KIIIII. Ifxiniwln IIIIlwm.u1. Iivu II.. I IIIIINIIIIIII. I.IIrx II. CIIIIXIILIII. IIUII Iume LIII INIIQIII. IIIIIIIIII' imm- Q , . Ixrxxllzxn. XI.I1x in IX' K . , III1xlI.m. NI.IIx Xjzmw I' ' fI11ixuIpIIrI. I'IliIIi1I l'IluI4 II, R4In.II4I XIII Il iI.uk. IfmIl1.I RIIIII ILIIIX. I,IIn.mI I-. II.IIk.l.I4'II11 0, II.IIIN. I.Ix1m' Iu- CI.IIIx. luv ISII-nl fI.IIIx. III Xlmf' CI.nII. IIIIIII Nm.. II' CIJII.. RIIIIVII I'. CLIIIX. RIIIII-Ii Wm. IIQIIINIL X vluun I . 1I,u, XIIIIILIII I . i'I:uIIIIII1. IIII-Nlvx' X. 1 . . I.nlIrI4II. Hrlllzlm IX.. II. III-lm-nl. Nm. II.lmI film-Ilmnlmm, IIIIII II. I'IcmI1'nIIl1. II1mIIcI K . . IILI. LTI IIIIUII. ILIIIICS .X. 'ISL INI. Um. LIISI, 173 iIiI ,mIII.n1, Izmiw Luc II. JTI IIIIIIQIII. Wilma Iam UI. 2313. 251. JSI TU. 135 KIIIUIQ RIIIIUII Ix. . bf IIIILI. Yzm Ilvuxx. LII. QIfI. 132 IIIV. I'.IIxx II, Us III cIII'III.m. K4'nm'II1 XY. 'II, lhI mIIx'm.1l1. XIIIIIIIQ LIU TU. JWI cIIn'm.In. I'1IIu If III TSI mlm, 4I.Ixl4In I.. 'II IIIIII-I. ILIIIII-N I. I'I, QSS III IIIIII-I, NIM I-Ilan :ix II. JSI ullin-. ,I.Ixm-N WLIQIII ,III T'I IIIIIIIN, IIIIn.IIzI II. III 'IIIIIl1s.,IIIImI1x R. llII IIIIII1s, ,IIIWIIII II., IIB JII, QIII 'IIIIu'II. fII2lIIIN Row Im, lHlS IIIIIUII. I'l:1I1Ixir ll. . HII IIN Imnlmlfmn. Ilguximl 0. DEI, lrIlI TSI, llil '4ImI1III. I,lnrNI .Xllml If: QRS. lH1I 'null-I, IIIIIIIV I-. ., III III, 170 liumu-Il. .XIII-II I'. . IIN. III IIIIIIVIII. NILIIIIILI III XII 1II,l.'IS .mmm-I'. Imlxlis- XI, . 'II .'I1I, lIiI IIIIIIX. II1uiII XY. III III IIIIIX, ,l,I1m-I I,1lIlKIIIlIIl 79. III? nuk. S:x114II1I Ilamupvr IH 'III IIIIIXU. XIVIIIII Ii. TII II:ILsIu. I'.LlII I", I'I. JTT mm. Inlmw IN. III IIIIVILIIIII. LIIIIIII S. III TII IIIII-I.I11II. IILIIII XI. III IIIIIVI. IZIIIIQN II. III. JIT mpgs. I.um-I C-In LTI QIIII IIIIIVII. Rm K.:1NIu'II III IIIIIV. IIIIIIIIIII II.II1 'II IIIIIII. luv I-IIIIIII IIN. QIIS. XIII FII IIl1IIvI.II.II1Ix XIIVI 1" mlIln'I'. XIIILIIHI K. III. LTU -H' jug' nullm-I, RIIIII C. MA jg. IIIIIIQIIIII. Im' Qt. IH uIx.IlI. IIVIQIIII Inv 13:4 mI.mI. Mmm Igg IIIIIIVIII. I.ImIxic' R. 'I'I. lIIII. ZITI. JIT IIN Im. IIIIII IIRIIIIX QIII '.5I, JIII mx. Iulumx f..u'I I3 wx. lllIIiIII tlrgnxw Ml. II.I HIIA JSI wx. RIIIII-Il Iulrl JISI IQIIIIII1-. You I'm'IIx . 302 ILIIIIIIIIIN. f.IIlIIfIlI KL, lTli 'II l.liI.1Iu'zuI. IILIIII I1'I'Ix JIU. 314,102 fIfI, IIIII lzlmll, RcIIIs'Il Ii.IlIm' III IIIIIIII. I-n'l.II4I K.. 'VI QIIN 'li'I Page 316 IZllll'. fIl.lIIl'N C-.. II. IHIILI' . .IIII IIS . QIIJ 'II SKI . SIIII 1II QII IIIII PII III. . IIIII III" IIII :II fIfI IH I . IST "IVE QMS QEIH UI . 293 . QIII 'III III 'TIL III III sn Ifjg ' M-III XII QII III 'II IIIII III 'SI 'II ISU sn IJII IMI , QII, IIII N-I .--I 'IIII I-III '77 NI . QSII III WH CBS R DIO UPPER CUMBERLA i400 on your dial ---L Oxygen Equipment Ambulame and Air Ambulance Service Day or Night Telephone JA 6-21 52 WHITSON FUNERAL HUME 30 North Dixie Avenue JERE WHITSON HARDWARE COMPANY Frigidaire Appliances Furniture Building Supplies General Hardware Telephone JA 6-6132 13 North Cedar Street Pg 317 li.- One of the Soutlfs Newest and Finest . SOUTHERN MOTEL AND RESTAURANT Four Minutes West of Cookeville on Highway 70N 30 Ultra Modern Rooms with Baths Fine Foods and Beverages Phone JA 6-2462 CLARENCE STE ART AUTO SALES We Buy USED CARS We Sell We Trade UPHOLSTERY SHOP We Make Your Old Car Look Like New Cookeville McMinnville Glasgow, Ky. Page 318 INDEX FOR STUDENTS- Nanie Cranford, George M. . Crass, Howard C. .,.., . Crawford, Judith E. .... Crawford, Tulluse E. .. .. Crawford, Walter K., Jr. . Creel, Beverly Ann ..,. Crevens, J. 0. ,.,., .. Cribbs, Richard R. Crisler, Richard B. Crist, Howard Leroy. Crittenden, James T. .. Crolev, Prince Cromwell, Billy G. .. Cross, James D. Crouch, J. E. .. ,.., ... Crouch, Joe Bob .. Crouch, Mary Frances Crouch, Roger Keith Crowell, Clifford S., Jr. , Crowley, Bobby Glen Cude, John Wayne ....., Culp, Virgil Cary .,... Cummings, fINIrs.j Alton NI. .. Cummings, Don ... .,,.. Cummings, Quinton .. Cummings, Wm. Moody Cunningham, Joy ., . Cunningham, Riley E., Jr. Curbow, Gary Donovan ., Dainwood, Wm. Harold . Dale, Duvone .,...... Dale, Hugh David .. . . . Dalton, Nancy XV. ,... . Daniel, James Robert Daniel, Thomas Mfavnc .. Daniels, George F. .,.... . Daniels, Joe . .. , . ... Daniels, Lonnie E. Danklefs, Theodore L. .. Darling, James P. . . . . Daugherty, Dan ....., Daugherty, Herbert, Jr. . Daughtrey, Linda Sue .. Davenport, Joanne V. .. Davenport, VVm. Leon Davidson, Billy . . , . , , Davidson, Joseph T. . Davidson, Oliver E. . Davis, Darry Keith ,. Daxis, Earl Wayne .. Davis, Elbert C. ,.., , Davis, Jack Howell .. Davis, James l-lllis Continued . . 94, 252 ......SO ....80, 254 ffsfi .,.69, 256 Page .45, 182 94 .G8,80 '39 262 ,2b2, 255 277 252 94 264 f so .94 Q 53 .80 .69 ..,.59, 261, 263 269 .94 80 .,,.34, 268 y 304 288 ll0 284 .80 277 278 292 80 271 24 264 94 94 69 94 80 94 94 94 298 24 287 280 94 69 45 94 69 80 80 94 120 94 94 267 272 33 270 80 l 10 l 10 287 269 R0 94 80 80 94 INDEX .YIIIIIII llgixix, .lzIIIIIw li. lbgnis. john ., Imvis, john lili-I IJ. llznis, .I:IIIIcs VzIIIg'IIII llzxvis, Jlltlllll .VXIIII . , llglxis, Peggy lillill .. llxuis, RiLl1III'1l l'-,llI'l , Dznis, Rit'lILII'Il 0. Dilxis, llnvis, llglxix. S1lllllll'l I.. 'l':'Il ll.IIIrll ll'llllll'l .XIII-II , llIIx, Rox l'Il'll4ll l1IIyII1IIl R I llcarkins, IIYIIII I-oI'4l4III lllilll, ', :II1lIIll xllt'll Doris FOR lh-IIII, XVIII. xltKlllIlk'X, .II'. . llL'Lll'lI1g, Rolmcrl .Kiln-II lIL'LlllIOII, ,lHllIlIlX Xl. lIL'ilIlIOII, 'llIoIII1Iw ll.. .II llwlor-, Rox .llll'll lIl'lLlY, Ili-lk, IIDIIN 'ln Harold XY. llclosier, Ilzlximl CL. . lI0llll'II'l0ll. CI4IIIsl:IIIIim IM-nncy, XVIII. Ralph llc-nnis, lien DIIIIQIIIQ llcnnis, IfI'1IIIkliII K. DUIIIH' DI-nny lk-IIIIx IICIIIOI , Hugh WIINIII' . l.1ll'I'Y .Rm-lu-u:I XIIII I, Don RillI1IIrl llc-II'vlIr'I'Ix. l'1lXL' C., ., lJ:IxzIIIcv. lI1II'IIlcl la. IM-I cr. llvvitf, llirkc-I' Ilifktw Morris ll'ilsoII Hnrrv A. . , I.1IIII:II Xl. . . SIIIII .xllll llllklllllll. Paul I. . lIiK'fl. llildnv Jmkic' I.1IIIIzII . I1Ifli1lI .Kun llilldilw. .xllllll RI1llI Dillon. Qlllllll .XXIII Dillon, NoI'III1III li. lIllII10l'i', Rm' ll.. jr. Dixon. Dixon. llixon. .-Xliu' lfznr' . ciilSlll'li llfllllllfl XlvI'crlillI .xllll lloclrls, fill'lIll llllgll lloildw. Hugh XIIclI1-Iv IIUIILIILISOII. I.iIIci:I Iv:III lloolvv. lic-Ily jo , lllblillll, .lzumw . , llosscos, IICIIY ,IZIIIC .. Douglas, George R. . STUDENTS-Continued f- 0 'O .ISL 0... , IU, JI-, JII. L13 I-In I-IQ l71.2Sl. QI Will I . U3 7 I4 95 QRI fb fngfr 95 Ili S0 I llfl SU 21515 'fxkm 253 WS-l Qfil 298 fill fill 95 283 2.76 Qxfs 95 ' rib , 'ZS-I 2 5 95 . 2313 .Sl . 20.1 Page li!! llll 238 U1 lifl llll 2513 l-lil ll? 513 fllll UTI Qlil 95 IHI SH lift 277 2545 till 93 Qliti 299 213-l 281 HI! . QS!! lllr 2x1 so fm: 207 Rl Rl 2132 Rl 05 llfl T501 2:11 05 25 267 Sl sl , 270 Sl fll flu 281 288 9.I 69 Read the P TNAM COU TY HER LD Every Monday and Thursday "Serving tlae Great Upper Cll17lb61'lIIlldU ALL KINDS OF QUALITY PRINTING Adverising Commercial Printing Wfcdding Announcements Calling Cards Stationery FOR HOME AND BUSINESS! "THE HER LD" Ever Striving to Build KI Bigger, Better mul Stronger Putnam County, and Tennessee Tech! 0 0 HITAKER 81 SO Phone JA 6-6834 119 W'est Broad COOKEVILLE, TENN. Page 319 1 1 COOKE ILLE SHIRT CO PANY Manufacturers of "Fruit of the Loom" Dress Shirts 106 North Walnut Cookeville, Tennessee INDEX FOR Name Douglas, Pharis T. . Dowdle, Yvilrna I. .. Dowlen, Howard S. .. Downey, John Lee ....,... Drain, James Hermon, jr. . Drake, Murray W. ....... . Drannon Henry C., Jr. .. DuBois, Alice E. ,.... . Ducker, Aubrey Hurry Duff, Norman Douglas .. Duke, Carol JOYC? ------ Duke, Russell Keith Dunavin, David C. . Duncan, Michael .. Duncan, Noel S. Dunckel, R. L. ...,..- . Dunn, Barbara Ann .. Dunn, V. .........., . Dunn, XVarren Thomas .. Durham, Mary Jo .....- Durham, Richard A. .. Dyer, David Alan ,... Doris Dean .. Judith Faye . Dyer, Dyer, Dyer, Lola Bess .,... Dykes, Joseph Lee .. Dykes, William H. . Eads, Billy Gene .. Eakins, David F, ., Easterly, Billy Lee Easterly, Ezra T. .... . Eastland, Roy Daniel Eastridge, Harold D. . Eaves, George Jerry .. . Eaves, Raymond H. .. Ebert, Ann ..,....... Eblen, James F. . ....- Edgington, Ronald Lee .. Edmonds, Louise . . . . . Edmondson, Millard C. .. lidney, Thomas C. .,.., . Edwards, Basil E. ..,. . Edwards, David Leon . , . Edwards, Fred Clyde .. Edwards, Judy Ann .. . Elam, Joyce M. ,.,.. .. Elam, Robert Oakly ,.... Elder, Edwin Paul, Jr. ,. Elder, James E. . .. .. Eldridge, Lewis Xvayne . Elias, John Allen ,...... Elkins, Donald M. Elliott, Chester Ray .. Ellis, Betty Kaye Page 320 STU DENTS-Continued 01, s Page . .262 125 , 284 .95 95 , 298 . .110 .25 81 95 , 284 95 .,.95 95 .59 , 26 267 2 95 95 260 , 267 95 .69 , 2294 143, 296 69 95 69 95 ,.8l 69 69 95 81 54 96 266 1 ....96 ....8l ..69 HG.: 80, , 292 ., 81 96 281 284 110 45 U69 ..8l ..96 ..96 , 264 , 290 .. 96 , 293 ..96 ..96 '96 ' '96, 29's ,298 ..8l ..96 , 300 N256 .. 81 INDEX Name Elrod, Charles P.... Elrod, Martha Jo FOR STU DENTS-Continued Enlerlon, Clin D. .... . Emerton, Howard W. Emery, James Ray ..,.. Emmett, John McCue Emmons, Joan M. . . . . England, Tommy E. . . England, Wilma R. . . .. English, William H. . . Epley, Robert H. .... . Epperson, Nora Jean Ervin, Bobby E. ,.,. . Essary, Mary Joyce Eubank, Osrar L, Evans, Evans, Evans, Evans Mildred Marie Martin B. lx1ll'll2ll'l ......... Patricia E. .... . Evansi Patsy Rose . .. Everhart, Joan Ellen Evert, Henn .......,. Everett, Ivan Hugh Ewing, Neil .......... Ewton, Thomas Dale Ewton, Viva Jean ,,,.. Ezell, Dewitt, Jr, .... . Fagan, Carlton B. .. Fairchild. James A. . Faris, Jerry M. Farley, Bobby D, Farley, Jackie Bryan Farmer, Hassell Thurm Farmer, James Ronald Zln Farsai, Ali Jahangir ..,. Faulk, Bobby Joe ..,.. Federman, Charles E. . . . Fennell, Edward Ray Ferguson, Billie Lee Ferguson, Ferguson, Ferguson, John B. .. Ferguson, Larry D. .. Clyde N. .. Darrell J. .. Ferrell, Jimmy Ray Fields, Sylvia E. ,... . Finch, Larry S. ..... . Finley, Eva Lee W. . . Fish, James R, .... . Fisher, Frank James .. Fisher, William B. .. Fite, Edwin .....,.. Fitts, James M., Jr. .. Fitts, Mary Lou . .. Fitzgerald, Arthur J. . Page ....ll0, 256, 270 25 81 96 69,256 ................ ,.8l .,..25 177, 279, 284, 293, 294 297, 298 ..,.,..... 96, 143, 286 El-l 96 .59,26fl 25, 255, Sl 96 .. 96 ...69 292 , 256 69 270 96 96 ..............14s,so1 ..96 278, 281, 284, 293, 302 .,,...........69,26o ........,.69,264,2aa also ....s1,2ms 96 96 ..,.ll0 96 EsA,'2G9, 272 , fllll 45,288 96 69 ....,......,290 ...,60, 260, 263 96 .. 8l,2l'-K4 .. 96, 278 25 ,. 69, 299 96 70 ............ll0 67,70 96,284 ....8l,26l , l4I , 280 , 264 INDEX FOR STUDENTS-Continued INDEX FOR STUDENTS-Continued Name Page Name Page Fitzpatrick, Alton B. ,.,. ,.... ..... 9 6 Frisbee, Ronald E. .. .....,... .. 96 Fitzpatrick, David F. .. 70 181, 287 Frisch, Richard A. .. ...70, 267, 289 lfitipatrickls David LR. . . . .,... 4: 5. .l, liryar, JCllrarlgs HR. . . . . . . 18.1. .236 " ' ..... 1 L',.. 'r'e, 'e' ...... , , " 14'1irl?r6i1ii6aiiic.'i .,... 25 265, 294 lfrie. Jfimes 1i'.,y111 .,.,.......... . 75 Flatt, James E. .. .... ..... 7 0 Fugate, Cglfiuide .... ........,... 60, 262 Flatt, Jerry E. .,,.. ,. .,,.. 70 +ugate, ' y e . ... ,,..70, 250, 56, 28 Flatt, Windell Lee ... . .8l, 287 Fulkerson, Ann 11. ., ...... ......... 96 Fleishel, Charles F. ..... .. ..... 34 liullam, Wljllard .. . ...,..., 69, 264 ' . ......, ..... 8 1 ' ,R E. .. , Ji... ...si 256 279, 902 riliijffr, fiefige H. ,.,, .......,. ig H253 Flippin, Georgia Ann .... ...,, 5 16, 143 Fults, Kenneth ,....... .........,..., . 96 Flowers, Charles L. .... .,.....,.. 8 l 254, 287 Fuqua, James Lewis, Jr . ..., 70, 261, 276, 277 Flowers, Dale C. ..... ......... ....,. 9 6 , 286 lliugua, James Roger ...... .......,... 8 2, 155 Flynn, John C. ., . ............... ... 96 'uson, R. E. ......,... ...... . . . .286 Flynt, Clyde .... 34, 142 269 272, 307 Gadd, Johnny R. .,... ,,.. 9 6, 298 Flynt, Jason E. ,....... .96 146, 274 Gallin, Morris C. ....., .... . 82 Fogg, Jimmy D. . ..,.,.. .,,... 8 1, 280 Gaither, Ronny Byron ,. .... 96, 278 Ford, Betty Ann . . . . . . ..., 286 Gaither, Thomas IJ. . . . . . . . . . . 97 Ford, Bobby Lanis . ,..269, 272 Galbreath, Joe D. ..... ..,,. . ., 97 Ford, Buford D. . . . ..... 96 Gallagher, Martha Gale . . . . . . .70, 138 Ford, James L. ... ,.... 70 Gallaher, Jack A. ,...,. ...... 97 Ford, Tom King ... .. .. .. 96 Gallion, Harold Ray .. ........ 82 Ford, Wendell J. . . . . . 276, 277 Galloway, Gene ,.., . .. . . .256, 277 Fore, Ted W. .,..... .....,. . ., ..... 264 Galloway, Malcolm I.. . ....... , .. 97 Forester, Dixie Inez , . . .......,.... . . . 96, 296 Galloway, Richard li. . . ..... . . . . . . 70 Forester, Jeanine G. .... 70, 256, 280 286, 334 Galyon, Charlesull. .. ..... gg, Fortner, John W., Jr. .. . ......, ... ..,.. 6 Ga yon, Eli Wa ar .... ..... , , Foster, Carolyn C. . . . ....... . , . ...,. 96 Galyon, Patricia Ann . . ....... . . . . . . . ,278 Foster, Charlie Mc . . . .,.. , . . ..., 96 Gamble, Nancy Jeanne . . . . . .97, 254, 276, 281 Foster, Ida Ruth . . .,...,., , , . 96, 284 Gambrell, Dennis A. . . .......... . . . . .110 Foster, James E. ..... . . .45 185 256, 301 Gann, John Andrew . . . . .... . . . . . . 261 Foust, Bobby Gene ., ..... 34 268, 2711 Gant, John Ewin ...I .... .,,. 2 60, 266, 29,4 Foust, D l ' Je ... ,. ..,.. 2F, 28 Garner, Betty Blanc 1 .. .... ...,... , Fowler, JeciJdlSL. . . . .. ... Si, 294 Garner, Bobbie Sue .... ...... . ... 97 Fox, Ann Brown .. .96 254, 284 Garner, Elbert 0. ...... .................. . 97 Fox, Anna C. . . . .,... ..,. 7 0 Garner, Robert Lee, Jr. ......,....... . . . . . . . 82 Fox, Landon D. . ...,.. 60, 263 Garner, Robert Wayne . ......................... . 82 Fox, Mildred L. ..... .96, 270 Garrett, James Allen .. ..., 26, 144, 146, 274, 275, 281 Fox, Warren C. . ....... ..... ..... 7 0 Garrett, Jennie ,...,... .............. 8 2, 255, 279 Franklin, Audrey Gene .. .. 81, 298 Garrett, Yetman G., Jr. . ......... . .82, 294 Franklin, Barbara E. . ,. ..... 96 270, 281 Garretty, Charles Fl. , , . . .,...... . . . . . . . . 60 Franklin, Carl VV. .,.. .....,.. S 1, 277 Garrigan, Mary Ann... .... 70, 251, 268, 302 Franks, Nancy ..... ..,. .,... I 5 0 Gass, Paul Leander .... ............... 7 0 Fraser, James L. . . . ....., 34 Gatlin, Herbert ...... ....... . , . . . 34 Frasier, Charles A. . . . . . 96 Gatlin, Nick ........ . . . . .301 Frazier, Ray C. ...... 96 Geer, James Horace .... ,..... . . 82 Frazier, William J. .. 81 Genella, Milton L. .... ...280, 290 Frazier, Ivilliam S. . . . . . . 96 Gentry, Denton I . .l. . . . . . .82, 262 Freuler, Joel Stanley ..... 96 Gentry, Reba Eliza weti ..... . 82 Freytag, Charles Lee ..... ..... 9 6 George, Wlilliam G. .... ..... 9 gl Freytag, Roy Douglas . , . . 82, 276 Gibson, Gerald Dale .... ., . .. 9 Friddcll, Thomas J. .. ....82, 277 Gibson, Samuel Dale . .. ...,.... 82 Friedlob, George T. ,. ..,.. 96 Giles, Joe lvayne ..., .... 9 7, 275 D LYNN S TEXACO SERVICE OSIA WILLIAM. Texaco Products A Shop for Ladies Firestone Tires and Accessories COOKEVILLE-CLEVELAND Phone JA 6-4064 463 E. Spring St. If its new, different, and pretty . it must be from Osia Williams Cookeville, Tenn. ELMA S RESTAURAN MASTER S APPLIAN E V ' ' C S Authorized Dealer For: "Home Cooked Food" 1 U HOT ROLLS 'GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES Phone JA 6-4757 Phone JA 6-6688 West Broad Cookeville, Tennessee 26 South Washington Cookeville, Tennessee Page 321 ALGOOD LIMESTONE COMPANY Established 1938 Manufacturers of High Grade Limeslone for All Purposes SERVING PUTNAM AND ADJOINING COUNTIES Phone JA 6-4212 R. E. POTEET, Owner Algood, Tennessee Page 322 Pepsi sets the pace- Cookeville PEPSI-COLA Low in calories High in flavor Tennessee INDEX FOR .XYIUIIF Gill, Glenda Gayle. .. Gill, Mary jane .,,. Gilliam, jolm T. ..., , Gilpatr Gilpatr iek, Charles K. . iek, james ,.,.. Gladson, Patricia A. Glenn , Katherine C. . Glisson, Charles ,..,... Glover, Goad, Goans, Linda Gale .. . Charles K. . . . Carolyn Sue .. Godwin, George C. . Goff, .1 ames Thomas .. Golden, Patsy Burns . Gonzalel, juan jose .. Goodwin, Prentice G. . Goolshy, Lynn M, . . Goolshy, Teddy G. Goolsby, Walbon D. .. Gore, james Neil . . Gorin, Donald Lea Gowen, William D. .. Graciey, Rarhel W. . Gragg, Lou Alice ,,...,. Graham, Bessie I'. .. Graham, Thomas Nl., jr. .. Grandey. Walter B. ., . . Grant, Hulin Xfayne .... Graves, Curtis W. .. Graves, David L. . Gray, james G. .. Green, Charles H. . Green, Saralyn Sue . . Green. Walter E. , . .. Green, Walter Newton ...., Greenwood, Mary K. .. Greenwood, Rohert S.. jr. . Greer, David YVayne ..,,... Greer, jimmy ..,... Greer, joe A. Gregory, Betty ........ Gregory, Ladye Lou .. Gregory, Randall .. Grider. Donald Nye .. Gritlith, Payton ..... Grillith, Donald .,.. Grifhth, XVa1ter P. , . . Grinder, Raborn N. . . Grinder, james Philip .. Grissom, Brownie Dean . . Grissom, james L, . . . . . Grissom, Mary C. .. Grissom, XVil1iam Rea .. . Groce, Lloyd XV. . .. STU DENTS-Continued ...5-4, ll'l, lbl, 2:12 . . ,.... 82, 284 .....97 4 rio 'elif 123, iris, Alflll 35 . '.'4ts,'255 'f.'.'an, Qui 70, :tai f . 947 ....254 INDEX FOR STUDENTS-Continued Page Name Page . . . . 97 Groee, Robert . . . . . . . . . .98, 298 300 .. 97 Grogan, Hugh Gene . ......... 97 .. 70 Gross, Paul Brock .. . ..... 3:1 269 .. 97 Grubb, 1-Idward F. .. .... 70 264 ..,...1l0 Grubb, jessica 0. 82 97 Grubb, Truman jerry .. ....... 98 ' 296 Guekenberger, Carl R. . . .... 98 292 ......2ti7 Guess, G. Perry ...... .....,. 98 302 Guess, Suanna ...... ..... .... 9 8 2711 .. EH Guinn, Gerald H. ., ........ ......... 9 8 270 Gunter, james O. ......... ......... . 98 . . . . ., Guschke, jolm T. .. 70, 251 280, 288 289 82 Gutierrez, Carols E. 280 .. Guyette, Clarence XV. . ..... 70, l-il, 251 261 ..280 Gwaltney, Kenneth M. . .... .......... 9 8 .,.. 82 Hackett, Betty B. ..... ..... 2l, 26 284 82 Hackett, Bobby Nl ......... 266 .....2ti Hackett,joanne 70 297 Hackett, Katherine Nl. . . . . .. 82 290 260 263 Hackett, Peggy Ann . . 98, 14-1 277 ..... 97 Hackett, Randall D. . . . 297, 298 299 ....ll0 Haekler,11ugh G. 26 ..... 82 Haekler, jolm T. .. ...,.,... 70 97 278 Haekney, james R. . . ....... 82 140 170 Hagan, james S. , . .,....... 70 .. .. 97 Hagan, john H. . . . ...... 82 .60 206 Hagan, W. Sherman . . . 98, 140, 274 ..... 82 Hagewood, W. Neil ... ........2o2 97 Haggard, Mary P. .. 98 , . 2?-4 Haislip, joseph ..., .... l 10 269, 2 2 Hale, Gerald .... .... 9 8 Q - Elf Hale, jolmny ...... ....... 1 50 -Sl -fp Hale, Roy Glenn ..., . . .70 204 "" 5:1 Haley, N'illiam T. . ......267 """ Halfacre, Charles , , .....98 298 H ' SQ Halfaere, William jr. ...... .. 35 263 290 Hall, B. L. ,...... .... 3 2. 297 298 ,HM Q70 Hall, Charles L. ...... ......... 98 250 267 Hall, Dan Alyis .... ....... G 0, 260 223 t-H110 Hall,GeorgeRay . 2 276 Q77 Hall, Harold Eugene . ...4G, 281, 282, 283 28-l U--N97 Hall,james 294 ,HHH Q7 Hall, james Paul .. .... ... . . . .98 252 M-N263 112111, john Thomas ... ...... 82 Q7 llall, Monnie ....l10 .6O, 261 Ham, jack R. ..... .. 98 252 280 Hamby, lfred E. .... .. 82 .70, 280 Hamhy, Harvey H. . . . . .. 71 ,HU 97 Hamby, W. joseph ...... .. 71 262 267 llamilton, Donald Larry .... 110 276 277 Hamilton, Hubbard H, ... .... 98 .97, 25-1 Hammitt, judith E. .... ...... 8 2 . . . . . .278 Hampton, johnny W. . . 60, 264 Page 323 Cut Flowers, Floral Designs, Potted Plants 47 N. Cedar Avenue Cookeville, Tennessee INDEX FOR Xunzr' llnmptoit, Mary Keith ,. ., SAMMIE'S FLORIST Day Phone JA 6-6422 llztnvy , llztnggl, I lztrbcr, I l2lI'bCI', llitrdin, I lilflllll, llnrtly, llzttlly, llz1t'dy', llztrgis, llarklcrf I la rlain, llarlin, llatrmon Corsages for All Occasions Gifts and N o veltzes llzirpcr, Ilurpcr, Ilurpcr, llzirrrll, Harris, llztrris, Harris, llztrris, llurris, llztrris, l Iztrris, llztrris, llztrris, Harris, WINONA MOTEL A llztnt ock, I Iztrmon, Ruth llziwn William 'l'. . Herbert 'l'. . . Gary' Green , . . Helen lfuyc .. Donna ....,. Tyra C. , . , Sylvia Calc . , . Sylvia xvllllllll . William lf., jr.. Harry Let' ., mad, Larry XY. . jerry Ci. ., .. bam H., jr.. .. , David K. Dorothy' I.. Gcraltl B. , jerry' l.. . . Larry' Hill , , Brute lf. . , Ada Eli1.lbt'll1 . Bob . . . Ilnxid . . Gail Lotliw Hollis R. . joseph li. , . . Linda lfztyt' . . . Martin yl., ylr. . . Paul I.. , . , Riiihartl C.. lr. . llzirrisori, Arthur R. . . IlllI'TlSOI1, jmncs xvlllllllll .. Iztrtha rl. ,. , . llatrtinain, Bctijaimin C., jr. Air Conditioned-Tile Baths llzirvcy, ll:lru'y', llztrvcv, Beauty Rest Mattresses Hartnett, Diane A. llztrtsog, Charles . , .. ,lathes B. ,. johnny' D. Tommy' K, . . llztrwztrd, Betty' I,t'i' ., lflaisslcr, llztstc, Eleftric Heat Olaf XV:1y1it' jrmic Sue ,.,., lflztstc, Pzttrifia .Knit .,.. 2 Miles East of Cookeville Pl:ff"Y""l"lk ' U. S. Highway 70N llztwkins, Betty' 'lam' llxtwkins, Betty' jenn llztyvkins, Cyrstlc l.c'c Phone JA 6-4425 llztycs, Helen Il. ., i llztwkins. llztwkins, Richztrtl W.. .. Brenda Ruth .. llziycs, Carl R. .... . llnvus, Marvin ..., Mixer.. -,V 0, S6 ,N 4, 'ff if 'rv an ,,-t ,, , .. - ff .. p . STUDENTS Continued ,. fits, Il7. 1-to ,.1l.ll9 275, li-lfl 1 81. ' ' 'rio l-ll, l5ll l-12. 2:11 Q71Q'1fi7 , l66, 250 98 ,...b2, nl' I79 lm :in l-ll 260 98 256 . 282 H0 . .. . 2.13 I-ll sf 26 l8l 269 276 269 98 255 262 IS7 269 , . 82, 272 .98 82 281 272 298 260 H98 294 267 -1 212, ..98 .98 'iii 292 l8l 281 258 82 lelfl 256 Q56 71 256 30-1 3.1 282 282 277 125 .82 256 278 252 Gl ug:- 82 2925 98 98 293 293 l lll 82 256 28-l fllll 98 299 98 292 267 98 364 277 98 98 l I0 292 l Ill 256 '71 98 292 25l 98 286 35 l Ill 82 98 305 l Ill 98 27l 98 304 98 283 286 256 98 252 296 98 286 98 28-1 26-l l IU . H LLUBRICATIDN US The Friendly Station with the Friendly Cahs . ELLIS RADIO CAB A ERVICE STATIO Safe, Courteous Drivers Bring your car in for a in Every Ellis Cah complete and thorough service NVE CALL AND DELIVER PHONE JA 6-4616 ANYWHERE-ANYTIME Page 324 Newman Bros. WMAN,S RESTA RA T The Home of the Fine Foods 664 W. Spring Phone JA 6-2662 Cookeville, Tennessee INDEX FOR Nunn' l'lZlYl1CS. jzuncs llilxiil lluylws, -ICFIQ Phillip IIZIYHCS. xvllillllll lm- llzxys, Don Ricllzlril lluys, Iris Xlalclilux . llllfi, xxvlililllll llxuolil llllllkil. llmmlcl .X. .. llenil, Nlzw Dunne- , llezntd, john William llkillil, llznold lli-Ln: llerlguotll, flllk'SlK'I' I.. llulgerolli, Nlzlx llzlxiil Hedglfecollgll, klulm A. llvicllv, Lewis l-Ill. ,. Hl'llll111111, Anllmm' ll. . llelms, Cllmrlcs liilugml llclnbri'L', Cllyrlc Rm Hemphill. llzmws S, llcnbrcc, juni' llc-ll llenflcrsun, Allen l'. llvmlersoxl, Ulrwl I.. Hi-nrlersrm, -I. Nl. lflruclriik, Riihzml l.. llendrixson, Alton ll. , Hrnrlrixson, lfmnkiu X. llvmllixson. knrml QI. Henkel, Rm' xxvllllillll llenklvy, llc-113 Inu Henley, llremln linyi' Ili-nlcy, Ccfil Curtis llvnry, ,loc Donn . .100 Shaw . llcnry, llcniy. Xlzlck lS1,I'1'l'll llvnrv. Mzlrllxzl Kzlvc . l'lK'll1'Y, Morris Allen llvmx, ' llvmv, Noah Hzlllxur. Ill.. 1N'illi11m llvzm . , llmisliw, Izumi-s R. lfiluzxril Cf. llermzln Iwi- . llvrrL'n, lli'rrL'n. llcrron, .llzm lx. . llvrston. Slu-1113 lo lflrstcr. Rm' lx. lln'sla'r, 'llumnx R. llmxitt, l1s'l'l'1'll l.u' C-1-lu' llickm. ,lgumw W. llirkvv. Xlnrgaurvl I,. 1'lirLi-xp 1'1mi4i:1 .XXIII lliiltu, 'lllmngls R. llickmzm, Civiil llzn llickmzm, llvxmis XV. .Xlvill O. His Lu, lfilllii' llinks. lliiks, ,IIIIIIPN X. . STUDENTS Continued . , , . 33 . 215, 111 S" 256 , ' 01.-1--10 has , US . 92 V71 1 '71, 1:26, 171: .l86, 260, 263, 273 1 vi 1. 11 Pzlgr' . , , . Sl . . . 01 . 98 71, 2110 82, 251 115, 255 E18 .S2, 207 , 298 181, 301 140, 275 2130, 280 . , , SIR 08, 208 82, 2510 . . 98 150, 151 , , 98 . , I 10 251 , 270, 277 . . ,259 . SIN , . 82 1-10, 282 08, 270 Els, 251 . , . , 98 . ., 98 , 98 98, 208 , . , . S18 . , , 98 98. 270 110 251. 260 . 51 09, 258 . , , . 71 26 278, 290 , 276 , Nl Xl. 207 R2. 20S 71, 'wal 51. 20S 278. 2921 . . . 115 110 .. Bl 301, 30:1 . 08 . S2 THE RECORD SHOP Cookeville Amusement Company 42 S. Wfalnut Phone JA 6-6010 COOKE ILLE BE UTY SHOP Phone JA 6-9161 IDE L BEAUTY SHOP Phone JA 6-6336 Miss Lovell Franks 10 S. Cedar Street Cookeville, Tennessee Page 325 INDEX FOR .Yunzff llirks, ,limits G., jr. Hicks, jiuuuy ....... Hirks. Wzmdzi Kay .. Higclon, l.L'or1:1 1.1111 . Higgim, l'11i11ip NI. .. Hilbert. ,loscpli li. .. 11111, 1111117 ..., . 11111, 1'1T2l11CCS f1111l .. 11111, jvrrx fill11l1l . 11111, N1z1rtl1z1 E. . . Hill. Robert A. . 11i111z1111, 1'1l7ll111.1s Rl. . Hillis, 111111 11, . 11i11i4, 111111111 CI. . ll1llI111111, N0!7111ll11 111110 .. 11111k1C. .1111111's Saxon . lll11S0l1, Clulrlcs K. .. , llinson, 9121111 A. .. , Hinton, 1'l111li11 lloyrc . 111111110115 ,loci l'1X2l1! . . llixrm, 14011110111 1101111 . lloclgvs. ,Indy A1111 . . Holbrook, 1111111111 1.c'c , . 1lo11'o111111', jolly 11., ,lr. . llolclvr, 1111111 .. . Ho11z111r1, Victor 13. . . llflllllllll, V011 joy ,. . . 1Io111'111:111, A1111 15o11g,1z1:1 11o111111:111. ,Iolm , . .. Ho11i11gs11'o1'l11, 1.1'Rov 17, llollinsworllr, ,Al1111'1'W 1. Ho111x, 1111111 .-X. R. . 11o11111111, KI111r1'111'c Allen ,. 11o11111111, hlmcc Al. S. Holmvs. 1101112111111 K., ,Ir. . l11Jl11l1'N, Clll17L'111.1S 11, . . llolmcs, N111111' Rlllll . 1111110 Nlzlvrw ., 111111, 11011, CZl1'0lXf1 81111111 111111, 11111117108 S. . H1111. 101111 1Vi11111'11 .. 111111, Rupert ,..., 11011, 8011121 .. , .. 1111111011 1V111i:1111 ,. .. lloopvr, 1131111111 l.1'1l1llCl Iloopvr. 1-l1ll1'l1l W1151111 , . 11or1l, 11111111111 C. . 110111, 111-1111 1111110111 . 11or111'1'. 1V1l1iz1111 11. , 11o1'1011, 1,Zl1l'1L'111 .xllll . . l"l1N11Y, 91111111111 .. House, Gus Wilson ,. ll1!l1NCl', jcrrs Clyde . STU DENTS-Coniinued Page 99 148 2511 1 7, 292, .,-. ,gs ,...99, ..,71, 21511 J . 1111, 2112, 2197 2.7.8 ' 71,1 2511 .99 1 1 71, 2513 82 516, sff 1 2138 .. 2111 ..,.,99 1 13, 311. 2119 279 . . 2715 99, 281 82 71 3112 3114 99 21111 1 19 99 99 99 99 99 288 99 289 82 2:71 99 293 99 277 144 99 99 284 99 292 281 271 181 2116 89 99 313 '71 291 99 99 281 211 293 99 2713 273 277 99 99 99 83 2919 1 19 99 2111 INDEX FOR STUDENTS Houslou, 13131111111 W. . .. Howard, ,limmy W. . . Howzxrd, 1.z1r1-5 1101121218 . , llowurd, Pcggy . ...... . H011 11111, Robert Y. . . Houcll, Alhcrl C, .. Howvll, Wilma 1.. Huluhzird, fllly . ..... . 11111J1Jz1rd, R11111 A. .,. 1l11d1l1cS11x11, Clklll1lL' A. .. 611111111-Q ., AQIIIIIZ' H1u111Ics1o11. l4lll1lll11'8I011, 1.0111111111 R. . H11dd1cs1u11. 111111121 . .. M2115 M. . HL11lC1l1'Sl11Il, ll1l1lN01l, Bobby . .. 1-111c1so11, klzrrncs 11. . Hllll, Curl IC. 111111, .lack 1.. . . , . , . ... 111111, -11111104 XV. .... ,. .. ... . Hll1l111L'. 91011111 '11 . 71, 115 1111 l'lllll111l'S, Bobby C.. 1111111111's, Hollis E, . 111111i11cs, 51151111110 1'. . Hllll'I112111, LeRoy XY. .. 1'111ffs11'I1vr, -12111103 E. . l1l1ffNlL'Ill'1', X111115' XV. H1111's1C11cr, 1Vi11iz1111 KI. . H1111s111tt1-r, 1':1tr11k , Iluggins, ,lov ll. ,. . Hllj.fl1C'8, ,lcrrx ll, Hughes, x10ll1l N. lll12l1L'S, AY2lll11CL' 11. . H11,2f111'S, 11'il11f1111 li. . Hllll, K1-111011 J. . . 1-11111, Nlzlrgiv B. , Hlll1l'1ltlL'1', Eclwin I.. . 11111111111, Cll1l17lK'S 13. . 1lll11ll1l11'UX', B1-11113 11. l1L'1'1'l11'14 H. 1lll11lC1', 11ll1llL'1', ELIHCIIC HllI1li'1', ,Io lillcu . llllI1ll'l' Huntvr, 1z1tr11i11 A. 11ll1l1K'I', rl-1111111115 1., , llll1'1l, 191111111111 A. . 1111rwt, f11l1'0lY11 I.. . llllSliL'1', Riclxzircl 1.. . llllS1UI1, Rc11Qc'1:z1 A. . 11111111i11gs, Czirrirk 11. . 1111tc'l1i11gs, H11ro111 li. . 1lll1l'll1I1g8, joe M. Hll1Cl119ClH. Joseph . Hyder, 1Vi1111z1 A. 111glis, 1Vi11i:1m B. , ,100 S. .... , 1 1 1 Continued . 71. 250 . 77,'8i1,H14'1 111, 181 151 1142.1 2159 2, '09 8 I1 '99 , 252, 1.0 .1111 , 282 . 2130 99 71 1111 272 Page . .. 99 21115, 280 99 . .1111 ..., 213 .. . 88 255, 2911 .... .1111 2715, 292 2915, 392 . 111 ...... :J-'1 252, 293 , 2911, 3112 ...... 71 2199, 21111 ..... 83 .... 99 ..... 99 284, 292 . . 2111, 2139 .f11i, 11121 211, 281 ,... 99 .... . 71 . 281 .11I, 2113 .. 99 21115, 2157 .. ... 99 ... 99 , 2515, 284 2515, 2134 , 274, 275 .... 411 281, 292 .99, 2811 .... 99 .... 83 71, 28-1 . , . . . .111 111, 262 ..... 99 .,.. 99 ,.... 61 ., 99, 2915 . 83 .,.99, 281 .....251 ...,... 99 ...6l, 2112 ,..,11l ... 28-1 2111, 2112 .. 61, 2.19, Enjoy good movies at THE PRINCESS THEATRE Page 326 Tennessee Tech students and faculty make frequent use of numerous banking services offered by CITIZENS BANK "Serving the GROWING Upper Clmzberlamln Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Page 327 DAIRY Q FRENCH FRIES SANDWICHES SUNDAES SHAKES MALTS A TREAT FOR TASTE EE fs- R l 'll . . 21551 -.El,?,Xl,! ., 'A .' ,L g ff I ,I 'm i -:rw " I' ' . . an W 'f A 5 A 3, -ji. lm 1. ,llfiwi , ,, I Q . 5 HIRELQ X .2 of A FOOD FOR HEALTH Serving the Cookeville and Livingston Areas Cookeville, Tenn. Carol Bean, Owner Livingston, Tenn. HARDI G STUDIO FINE PHOTOGRAPHS Kodak and Bell 6 Howell Dealer 43 West Broad Street COOKEVILLE, TENNESSEE INDEX FOR STU DENTS-Continued X 11 nl 1? Page Inman, Robert L. ....,.....,.,..... 279, 290 Irhy, Judy .,....,. ..,.............,....,.. 9 9 Irby, Mitthncl P. . .. ....,..... ....,....... , . . 99 Iscnhvrg, Peggy J. . .... 83, 143, 256, 232, 284, 293 Ison. Donald IE. .....,......,..,..... 36, 269 Iws, Joann P. .. ,..., .,.. 9 9, 281, 286 Ivey, Leon IE. ..., ...,.,.,.., 8 3 Jnrk, Billy C. ..... ..,. 7 l Jackson, DeXVnyne , . , . . , . 83 Jackson, Louie H. .,.. ..., 8 3 -IZIKORSOII, Norman B. ., .... 71 Jackson Patsy A. .... 99 Jackson, Robert J. .. .... 99 Jnrkson, Rosetta , . . . . 99 Jilfliillll, Thomas . .... Ill Jacobs. Jzunes A. . ..,. 83 Jacobs, Jznncs M. , . , . . . . 83 Jnrquet, Richard J. . .... 99 Jznnvs, William L. ., ,.., 83 Jnquc's, Jzuncs H. . . . , . , 7l Jaques, Joe M. .... ....,. S 19 Jzullless, Hurry ...... .,,..... 2 69 273 Juquish, Mictliael P. ., ......... 61 264 Jared, Donald XV. . .... 71, 83, 294 flllrl Jurvd, Jerry A. .. ,.....,..... .. 7l Jurrvll, John K. ..... ............ 7 l Jznrrell, Ralph IV. .... 71 260 Jellcrs, Auhrn E. ... ..... 71 Jeffers, Donald R. . . . ....,. . 99 Jeffers, Kenneth N. .. ......-.... 99 Jenkins, Burl Mc. .-.. 46, 144 283 Jenkins, Glenn A. .... ..-.-..---- 9 9 Jensen, Janet IV. .,.. ..... 9 9 144 Jernigan, Rowlin C. . .. ..---- 72 Jeter, Jzunes G. .... ---,--- 3 3 Jobe, Howard N. .-,- 72 252 Johnscy, Hurry F. . . . ---- - - 61 Johnson, Alta F. .... ---- 3 3 Johnson, Bcttye U. , . . - - 4 - 40 Johnson, Donald E. . . , - - 99 Johnson, Donald M. .. -'-- 7l Johnson, lilna R. ,.... -- - -- 72 Johnson, Freddie L. - ---- ---'- 5 11 99 Johnson, Hugh A. . . - - - V --.--'-4'A 4 99 Johnson, Jerry S. ...., .... l il, 256, 250, 263 391 Johnson, Kenneth E. .....,. ..., 8 3, 255, 277 279 Johnson, Kenneth XV:1yne . ..,......... 99 2843 Johnson, Lake H. ,....,.. -..-.------ 7 2 281 Johnson, Lenora ....... ---- 3 3 Johnson Page 328 , Linda F. .. -- ISI MARCHBANKS INDEX Name johnson, Mary johnson, Molly A. ., johnson, Phillip R.. johnson, Ronald L. johnson, Richard L. .. johnson, Virginia .. johnson, William L. johnston, Paul G. . johnston, Thomas . . . jolliff, Gilbert F. . jolliff, Nancie .. jolly, Kenneth R. . . jolly, Lewis F. .. jolly, William H. .. jones, Benny F. .,.. . jones, Carroll T. jones, Cathy E. .... . jones, Cecilia R. .. jones, Charles N. jones, Delores N. jones, Donald G. . jones, Elsie A. . . , . jones, Frances M. .. jones, Garner .... jones, james K. .. jones, janis C. .. jones, judy K. ., jones, Larry I.. ., jones, Lyman C. . jones, Ray A. jones, Roy ....... jones, Ronald E. jones, Sidney C. jones, Thomas R. .. jones, William .... jones, William D. .. jones, William R. .. jones, XVi1lie F. jordan, Phil XV. .. jordan, Sue .... . . . jordan, VVil1iam E. . joslin, David I.. judd, judd, judd, j udd, Donald R. . . . , james H., jr. . Philip H. .... Virginian Ann . judkins, Ivadelle . . . judkins, Herbie T. justice, jane ......, Kagley, Nancy C. Keasler, Frederick W'. Keathley, Herbert W. Keathley, Mildred S. 115 FOR STUDENTS-Continued Page , 256 99 , .....,... 83, 252 273 , 264 v r .....61, 260, , 277 100 .....,... 273 .....l00, 256 ........72 .,...l00,284 .. . .100 ....83, 269, 2921 ...........1U0 ...100 ..l00 144 .,.l00, 268, 293 ...100, 254, 270 284 61, 261, 262 .46 72,252,284 ......100,252 .........l00 .....100 ...............l00 290 .....26, 264, 281, 284 ....,.......46,286 .....,.,...36,269 ......lll ...100 ......54,143 . ,.........., 100 ...l00, 268, 280 ....100 .-.100 ...72 ...100 ...100 83 . .... 26, 281, 284 . . ..,.....,. 100 277 ,. ..... 100 , 84 ffl fu . f' ii .sf ff ...Qi k"H1asLZ LJ 1 1 s i Q ,lj . 4 1, sez. Y ,sw -Mug DRUG COMPANY Your Friendly REXALI. Store On the Square COOKEVILLE, TENNESSEE Phone IA 6-4314 for fast, ejicient, and safe prescription service. S 1 3 .w ACME BOOT CO PANY INCORPORATED Wor1d's Largest Maker of Boots Page 329 Friendly Service Above All Else . . VUATCHES-SI LVERXVARE-DIAMONDS BORDE JE ELRY COMPANY Expm zzfpmfng 156 East Broad Street Phone JA 6-4633 COWAN'S DRY GOODS STORE "Clothing for All Occasions" 42 West Broad Street Cookeville Phone JA 6-6428 Tennessee Om 635 Spring Street In Town MORE TPI VISITORS STAY XWITH US Mr. and Mrs. George Scribner, Owners Phone JA 6-6343 Page 330 INDEX FOR STUDENTS-Continued .X mm' Puge Ki-anon, Iirlxszml li. l1l11 Kult, Roger KI. , lllll Ki-isling, llanolrl 11511 Kvilh, lloblrir- Snr l1D1l 28-I Kell, iI.nlion ,I. 215 278 Kell, llzlrolc' Il. .. Sl Ks-ll. Wnllsnc' .L flti 1811 Kr-llrx, l',tl1x:n'rl R. .,. ,.,l1Hl Kvllrk, hlxnncs S. ,. ,.,lllU Kr-Ili-x, lD.nitl I.. 72 Kvllaw. ,Iowpll li. ol. 2611 2153 Kelley, I.znerx ., .,. Ill lX1'llIl4'I. Ronald K. . IUO Kvlls, Ifrznnk .L . I1Jll Nfl Kc-Ilv, W. .L .... Sol Kr-lso, William l'. ., , , . . 215-l Kemp, 'lor' lfizmk . .. 3-l K1-mp, l't'ggx II. .,.l1v. 2158, 273 3112 Kemp, Raymond Nl. . ..,. Sl Kvnnon, llznnvs l-1. 2515 272 KC'llllllI.f4'l', Waller li. . 30-I Kt'rIA'v, lll'llYlll1I CI. S-l 286 291i Kcrm'z1, Iloxlt' R.. ju. . , .. 261 Krlr, Sllirlvy ,Io lllll 1504 Kcrwv, lfilflllli W. H10 K4'rnL':1, lloylr' R., ,Il ., 192 2152 Km. llaniml B. . . . , ,. 'rl Kilt-, Kvnn1'1l1 l.. ., ,., 11111 Kilgore, .lor Kxlr 72 277 Killiznx, Kllzulrllrc G, 11111 2159 293 Killion, Ronald ,lzly 84 Kimberley, Philip A. IUIP 260 293 Kimsey, Marx IC. . . 72 Kinrlig, john R. ,. H10 King, Annu Kim-rzildinc . 36 King. Ilznirl Vl'ilson IOU 280 King, llclrn fil'llI'C' , ,, . . .S-I 2815 King, ,Iolln ,Ivssc 213-l King, -lllllilll Vernon 2,79 21311 2152 Kinyr, Sznnnrl Dale , ... .,. IS7 264 Kinnvv, Qlznnus .,.. . . . . 1110 Kinwr, llnhr-rr IS. ,, 21il 2713 277 Killmv, Qlznnvs li. . .. . S4 Kilklvxlllitk, l'lClIl'1llll R 11111 258 277 Killnt-ll, llrmznld Iillllli ,., . . Ill Kilvr, C'lnn'lrs Bliss . . ,,.I1l1l KlIIllSll1'l', llowglrrl .L ,.,2S7 Klein, Nlirkry il. . .., .., IOU Klllglll, lwggy .hm . . WU Knoll, Nlzrlliwgu Ann , ff, W, llfl W2 1511 Knonlrs. -Iolln II. . . .. FH Knonlrs. 'lout lf. .. lflfl 254 Knox, Lvlc licence .. W0 Knox, Rolwrl Iloylc ,413 2713 INDEX FOR Xfnnc Koellein, Mnyln-w R. ,. ,. Koger, Clnnrlotre Faye ,. Kfillllll, George P. ..... . Krech, I"rz1nkit- Ray , Kress, llonznltl Wayne . Rrise, Snntlrn june .... Kuykendnll, Sxnnucl K. ., Kyle, lfrmnes 0. .,., l.nc'key, llt-ther! I.. . l.nl"ever, Annu Fay . . . . Inlfexer, Helly Ruth . I.z1fever, AIll'll2ll'l ..... I.1nnur, Cllnntl li., jr. I,znnzn', Nlznw' Lou . l.1nnberl, Dorse CI. .. I,:nnbert, Richard XV. . Lannbertll, llotzne L, . , I.z1mplt-y, Robert C. , I.zlm'z1s1er, .lunn-s 'l'. I.1lndre1ll, Clnmlyn Ii. , Lune, Billy Rln-11 ,. ., Lune, Ifosler ll. I.une. Ifrvcl Tlnnnxis . Lune, Ronald Bunce ., I.z1ngfol'1l, Xlnry Prire ,. lfnnglortl. Ricllnrtl A, ,. Inngstlon, Robert W, .. Inrlgforcl, Belly .Io . I,1lli2C'Il. XN'illizun V. I.2lI'lIlUSCllX, Xlurv C. ., I.4n1derdz1le, Slam' IE. , I.:lw, Iilln jenn Lawler. fillkll'll'N IV. ,. Lzlwson, llertx' S. l.uwson, ,lo Helen .. I.ny, jimmy Gene ,. . I.1n'nt', Albert I.e1'ov . ,, I.ez1, Rnbx fiwrmlzllvn I.:-fl, XYilli1nn . ., I.ez1t'lx, Ilorolllen . . I.:-znnon, litl Gwinn , . I,c-bow, lit-niie .Karon ,. I.edbetter, Curl B. . . I.L'tlhe11er, Shirley C. ., I.t-dfortl, C201 il O. . . . . I.edford, Rolwrl K. ,. Lee, Beltv .Xnn ., . Lee. fil'OI'2.1I1l I-'uve ,. Lee, C-rzne ., Ime, llnroltl .Kult . , . Lee, llznnes . . . I,ee, june . ...,. , Lee, Monroe Brnfe Leonard, Harry XV. . , STUDENTS-Continued I 711 .,,l...-Amo, . 315, lll, HS, H15 .. lll, 171 s-1 ...mo .,'.1i2i f 192 f 37,2198 ..:i:I00 . . mu ll. Hg, 23:1 -4 R4 . 297, 298 ,..-,26 . ,. N100 ..,72, 2150, 263 R-I f nn , .1 1- ., 54, lil, 1118, 296, Page 287 IUU I1l1l 2137 2519 ISI 152 215 3111! 2711 2915 llll 253 lllll 2132 Nl 72 2615 2157 l1l1I 21511 l1l1I l1l1l l1l1l 3112 l1l1l X-l 278 298 270 2015 72 2158 299 255 557 lllfl H3 l00 292 H15 297 277 mo 2151 ll I I1ll 2137 S1 IMI 72 3112 T2 72 B 8: B RESTAURAN Air Conditioned XWELCOME TECH STUDENTS 503 E. Spring Phone JA 6-6556 J RED'S SHOP Norge Appliances Air-Conditioning Engineer on Duty XV. Spring St. Cookeville, Tennessee Phone JA 6-4053 TODD'S SHOP RITE East of Tennessee Tech on Ninth Street Page 331 INDEX FOR STU DENTS-Coniinuecl Iylllllt' Piggy Lester, Ann I.. ... ...lUl, 270 292 Lewis, Belly june ,. ....., lOl 276 Lewis, jilnnty ll. . . .. G2 264 Lewis, Robert M., jr. . .. . . llll 264 Lewis, Virgil R. ..... .. zri, 297 298 Liggett, Irztnk I-2. ., 132, 2490 263 Ligon, Charles 'l'. .,... , ..., 101 ing, Chi ,lnztn ,....,., ,... 7 2 Ling, Cltztrlimr Miller ..... , ..,l0l Ling, Raymond Wesley , . . ..,. . . 81 WIE T Lipford, Rirltzml Lee .., .,, .. lOl Little, Charles Bailey . . , , . 37 268 27l Little, Chztrles Owen ,... ...,.. 1 i2 Little, Robert Terry, jr. ., .Lili 252 l.itton, jznnvs Larry .... .. 254 Litton, Morris C. .,., E57 254 Litingslon, NVilli:un U. . . 72 Lofke, George li. . . . .,,.... 72 Locke, ,link Houston . , , , ,. 84 Locke, Xlnry lillcn . , ., 46, 254 287 Loikhztrt, Cllester L. . .. ,G2, 264 Loftis, ,lone . . 47 Loftis, Rohert ll. ., . 72, 27l . . . Loggins. john 'l'. . ., ,. 72 l7'l2 Prescr1pt1ons-Candies ilohm-n, Pzntl s. .... ...,. . , , 72, 111 no 275 Lollztr, 'I'lllll'lH1lll R. . . ,..... .,., ..,. , . ..l0l I.om1tn. Donnie Ralph . ,. . . , . .101 Long, Donald Vaughn ,.,.. 250, 2715, 28l, 283, 285 299 Long, ,Izttncs lrit ,..,,.., ,,... 2 l, 62, HI, I-12 24il 263 Long, Nlitli .... . .,, ...... ., . . IIS H9 Longtnire, H'illiztm L. , ...,.. .. .,.. li2, 2ti-I Fountain Service , Cosmetics Looper, Auron Clmrlvs , . . . . , 27 Lopez, llztnsel .. . .,... ., 2:1I Love, ,loci li. ,...,.. ,, R4 Loveless, Ralph Lee .. .... .,...... 8 rl Lovell, Billie Ann ,.... ,.,,.,..,,.. l Ol Lowe, Lester ll., jr. , ,..,.,,. 84 262 Lowe, Nlztry McKee .,., l0l. 282, 292 302 Loyd, Xklilliann Hzmly . , . ,.,,.....,.... . , 84 Phone JA 6-4416 l1lIifllf"fl2..lIlil'lalillfilu' ,. .22 'Igllfl Lunsfortl. j. Dnxitl . , ,..,.. S4 Ly:-ll, Bohlmie Donztltl . , 19, 72 H3 Lynteh. Glenn lillW2lI'll , . . . . . . . , . .l0l Lynn, ,lint Rznnlell . .., ,, ,..l0l Lynn, Nlztrthzx Susitn . . ., llll West Broad Street Cookeville, Tennessee iiiiliiitd .. NIcBrixlc, ,Iattncs Ii. . . , . . . . . . , 3,1 RIc'Brid0, XVilli:nn I". . ,. Srl, 231 234 Mrflatnisli, Rudy ,Inc . , ....,,., l0l Nltflaxmlless. Rlllly june ., 27, 254, 284 Nlxflztskcy, Leroy llcnry , . , . . , . llll NIrC:tslztnd, B2ll'llllI'2l 1. .. . . .101 MO TEREY HARD OOD FLOORING Manufacturers o OAK, M PLE A D BEECH FLOORING Produced from A ppulucloiuu Hardwoods MONTEREY, TENNESSEE CO. Page 332 Phone JA 6-2972 EVANS GARAGE General Repairs Tune-ups Wheel Balancing Wrecker Service 36 S. Cedar Street INDEX FOR STUDENTS-Continued .Yarns Page McClanahan, john R. .......,,..........., .,........ I 12, 119 264, 292 NIeC1anahan, Sara E. .. .,.,., .. 84 256 2512 BlCCOwan, Otis B. .... 47, 281, 284 288 289 McCord, Arrh . ..,,.... .......,,............ 7 2 McCormick, james P. .... .....,.....,,..... 7 2 McCracken, joAnn ........ . . . ,.....,,,.., 101 McCracken, Thomas M. . . . . .72, 261 266 201 McCu1ley, jere Ronald .......,....,. 101 McCul1ey, johnny R. .. .,..... .,,. 1 01 MeCurry, Ronald Lea .... .. .... 84 McCearman, Nancy jane .. ....,... 101 McDermilt, Bettye Sue . , . .. . . , , , .101 McDonald, Barry Lyle . ..... 72 146 298 McDonald, Glenn .... ...... 2 98 290 McDonald, L. B. .. . , ...,.. . . .101 McDonald, Norman T. ..... 101 McDonald, Lowell T. ...., .... 1 01 McDonald, Ronald ......... .... 1 02 McDonough, William G-, Jr. ... ., , 47 McFerrin, Helen j. D. ...... I1IcGehee, W. Malcolm ...., 27 278 NIcGrew, james Hal . ,., .. ..... 85 MeGugin, Harry T., jr. .. ... ....102 McHenry, Hugh L. ...,. ...., 2 81 283 McKee, Arthur E., jr. .... .. ,,... 85 McKinney, Charles Lee . . . , .102 256 McKinney, James A. ..,... .....,... 1 02 McKinney, Thomas, jr. .. .... . 102 125 MeLarty, Durley Y. .... ..,.. 7 2 261 266 McLarty, johnnie Sue . . . . . . , . 72 284 McLean, Sara M. ...,.,. .. 27, 142 284 302 McMillan, james Ralph ............. ,102 McMillan, William L., jr. . ....,....,... 102 McMurry, john ....,.,.... ..,...,.. 1 50 McMurry, Wanda Sue ,. .,............,,.., 54 150 296 McNabb, Franklin K. .. ...,.... .,........ ,... 1 0 2 McNeil, john Carlo .... ..,1ll, 251, 259, 261, 267 290 292 McNult, William R. ..,. .....,....,............ ,..,. 7 2 McPherson, Thomas H. . ,.,..... ...,. 7 2, 276, 281 293 McRae, Doeothy A. ..,.., .,.9, 21, 27 143 284 MeReynolds, Tommy E. .. ,........ ....... E1 01 McWilliams, Sammy R. .. ......,. .... 1 02 Mabry, Josie C. ,.....,. . . . 27 Maddox, Charles K. .. . .... 102 Nlaerz, james WN. .... . . , , . . . 72 Nlaggart, Gerald G. .. .... 72 256 Maggarl, Shirley j, ., ..,... 102 Malone, Boyd B. , . . . . . . 72 Malone, james L. ,,, . . . .102 Malone, jimmy H. ,, ,,,, 102 Mangrum, Bobby .... 294 Manis, Earl ....,... ,,,,,, 3 5 Mann, joe T. ....... ........ 7 2 Manners, William E. .... 72 260 MURPHY'S SHOE STORE J. H. MURPHY, Owner 48 Broad Street Phone JA 6-6724 COOKEVILLE Freeman and Bob Smart Shoes For Men Miracle-Tread Shoes for Ladies WE SPECIALIZE IN CORRECT FITTING Page 333 M DDUX 8: PROEEITT C0olee1'ille's Fastest Growing Store Cookeville Tennessee BORDE ELECTRIC CO. The Best in: HOME APPLIANCES GENERAL ELECTRIC FRIGIDAIRE COMMERCIAL 46 South Cedar Cookeville, Tennessee Phone JA 6-4624 INDEX FOR STUDENTS-Continued .X rum' Nlzmning, lndsxin W. . . .. . 27 Xlalrrou, I 11-aiu il, Nlurks, -lgumw II. NIZIISIII Nlursll, - .. Xlursllull, I.zu'rs W. Xlznrtin, B. Alzulrxu- Xlzlrtin, llillx ,l. . Nlzxrlin, Iluilllv . Nlzxrlin, I'.ll1t'I'l I.. . Belly . . . Rohn! I' Mullin, Glu-nn 'l'. lxllllllll, lIlII'l'll'l ll. IIIIIYIIII, Irrrx I.. . ., Martin, .Iohn I.. ,. Nlantm. Im- S. Nlzxrlm, Nlzxry K., Xllllllll, Phillip Nlzlrtm, Ronald XY. Xlzlrlin, Ruth l-',. .. Xlzntln, IIIUIIILIS ll. Xlullm, Ixlllllllll Il. ., . XILINUII, lzlluznml IS. Nlzuou, .lolm I. XILISUII, Paul CQ, NI.usm1. William I. Nlglssm, Rulwll lf., Xlnsxic, Yernmi IJ. Xlalsu-rs, Iilsia' .M XIIINICIN, lflilzxlwlll Xlnsla-rs, Ilvlcn I". Nlzlstl-rs, Otto I'. AILIIIICIU, Belly I.. ,. Xlzltlmis, f.1n'l:1ml Nlnllzlck, -lolm U. .. Nlnltllews, Cimlis I.. Mattson, IH. W, Xlzlltson, Alzulx XV. Nluxwull, llclly ,. , Nlzxxwcll, Ilzurrx I.. Nlzlxwell, Im I'. , Nlzlxwcll, l'11'nliu' C. NI:1xl1c1'1'y', Ruth . Xlzlws, slzum-s I., Nlnylivld, Iimlxszml KI, AICJIIIOYG, I.m'clon I.. ,, H5 Nleudows, liulrlmv R. Nlezxclous, llurry I-1. Xleualmw, Raleigh II. . Nlullcv. Rucln-I lime Nlcdlcv, Tell . Nleilley, 'lllomus Klee, l'r:unIxlin ll. Klee. ,Iusper W. Xlelloril, juclilh ,kllll .0 I Isis, 267 'ITIS Q 275 Elm mf, ISI IU2. 298 IIT 2745! 85 'lil :rl IIB isa '7 fllbfl 72 U50 2745 I erm I '11 ffl' A fllbl Ill! 271 llli JI... lu! 2845 297 IIIIII 72 III" Hllti lllil 72 250 2813 IIIQ S5 27 85 ooo lull 290 QIIII 277 IIIQ FIT fllli I I l 290 lllf IQ? X5 IIIQ S5 Qlil IIIQ 289 I7 Ill? R5 28-I IO? 102 . fllll 37 Wi., 8.1 077 WPI 183 37 37 2516 ADISO BO LI G LAN ES "Spare Time Entertainment That Makes zl Strike with Students" Phone JA 6-2826 Cookeville, Tennessee Page 334 MCADOOS' A Good Store In A Good Town COOKEVILLE TENNESSEE JE KINS sf DARW N BROS. Popular Priced Merchandise Stores in Tennessee and Kentucky INDEX FOR X11 111 L' Melton, Tlxornais I.. .. Meredith, james A. Meredith, xvlllllllll D. , Merritt, xvlllllllll ll. .. Messer, xvlllllllll R. Meller, Alois Anton Metzger, Larry l.l'jl'llll0 . , Meyer, Cliarles Leland . . Meyer, lidgau' Albert Meyers, Archie Lee, jr. , Mexels, Linda Delight . Miknl, Allen Robert .... Miller, Bill Eugene ,... Miller, Charles l. Miller, lilmer :Xlltll'l'W .. Miller, Harold lit-ne .. Miller, Harry 1.1-e .... Miller, llelen li. ,.,... . Miller, jimmy Lynn Miller, Larry Glen ,. Miller, Larry Glenn .. Miller, Oscar liarl Mills, Larry Nelson .. Milsaps, Donald li. , Mingle, Charles ll. .. Minnear, Robert ..,... Minton, John Doyle Mist l1lic Mitihell Milthell Mitchell Mitchell M itc hell 11, -loe Llgde . , 1 M ilchell, Mitchell 1 Buford .... Don ....... Exelyn Ann .. Hugh Moore , . . Xvlllllllll R., jr. . xvlllllllll W., jr. M'i11ouise Molshee, Stephen M., Sr. . 1NIondz1y, Lowell Ray .,., Montgoinery, Dennis L. Monroe, jack ....,..,., Moody, Celia Ann .... Moody, Robert A. .,.. . Moon, Xvlllllllll 'I'., Jr. . Moore, Bill Hatkett ,... Moore, Charlotte li. .. Moore, Chollv ,lane . Moore M oore, M on re, M oorc, Moore, M oore, Moore Moore Moore , Moore, David litter . Dick . ., Glen Xvilllllllk .. 1 ames lfrank ,. .. Jerry Franklin . . B Iargaret Sue . Patricia Ann I1 nnl Douglas Ralph Lee, jr, , Thelma june , STU DENTS-Continued ,.,.:17, 136, 1511, 175, 21111, 21111 1151 f f' 111' ..,47. 27:1 N5 2711: U.i.i.,..1S11 ...Nh 21111 , 113, 123. .. 153, 252, 2111 T2 , f 1151, 121111 .,ffffff54 . ..102, 235 i11,'1i1,' 121 0 -1 293 .153 2112 1415 281 277 2110 2711 2158 2132 ' Sh 2112 262 252 2611 298' 21111 47 102 .55 149 102 .72 159 Page 3111 1112 2119 2114 72 102 2514 8:1 2741 211111 281 21111 72 277 21151 304 72 2512 2101 1112 117 1112 21151 1112 1112 1 l I 1112 85 1 1 l 252 277 72 72 3111 1112 102 102 31111 127 , 3114 , 2711 87 1-14 2911 102 211-1 305 102 2511 1112 2911 288 102 R5 2911 ROBERT GUNN EL FLORI T 4, ....., H A JA 6-4224 Phone 5 "rf.,L.n" FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Gifts and Novelties "Pleasing you means our success" 25 North Dixie Ave. Cookeville, Tennessee SHANKS HOTEL Comfortable Room Accommodations Phone .IA 6-4132 for Reservations COOKEVILLE, TENNESSEE Page 335 COOKE ILLE I DUSTRIES INDEX FOR STU DENTS-Continued Num 1' Moore, 'lhoinas Allen .. Moorehead, john H. ,. Mooty, Ifred M., jr. . , Moran, Kathleen Ann .... Moredoek, liettye Louise , . Moreland, Cail lf. ...,... . Morgan, Harold Dean Morgan, Patriria Sue Morris, Cecil Rex, jr. . . Morris, lirnesl Ray . . . Morris, Linda Lou . . Morris, Mary ,lean Morris, Mary Patricia ., Morris Morris on, Paul RlLllkll'l1 .. on, Sainuel M., jr. . Morrow, Charles D. ,, Morton, Ceorge Troy Morlon, Louise ....,.. Morton, Ronald I.. . . . Moser, Dayton Donald .. Moser, Horner R. ..,. . Mosley, Cene C. . . . Moss, Bobby M , ...,. . Moss, janies N. . . ,.., . . , Moss, jeweti Clexeland Moss, .Ion Sherman Moyers, Ruth ,..,....... 1nC0rp0fated Mumwn,LmwsAmmt U Mullinax, Billy Mae .... Mullinax, james B. Mullinix, Cl.1la F. , Mullins, ,lillllR'S C. Mullins, Martha ..... . Mullins, Virginia Sue Mullis, Charles R. . . . . Munroe, .lark . . . . . . Murchison, Carroll H. . Murphy, Rilharrl A.. Murray, .-Xinanda Ann Murray, ,laines S. ...., . Murrey, john D. .,,. , . Muskelt, Cary li. Cookeville Tennessee iaym, 111.11111-S 11. .. Myers, jerrye Sue .. . Myers, Nauna R. ., Myers, Myers, Mynat My nat Nash. Nash, Patsy Ann Rll'll1ll'll A. ..., . l, Ned ,.,.,,...., I, 7171111111111 Ii., Jr. .. Gary 1.ee ...,.., R1llllL'l'l11C ...,. Navarro, Nanry P. . Navarro, Ruby .... 82 '-17 ' 21111, Q73 H' " ','QfQ, 11111, 2153, 2157 102 .. . .,.4..... 6 .3 S5 fff'f17 .,..72 ,...8.1 ..,....12 ..,.,.103 ..,.1511, 151 1517.1 1511268 72, 112, 1119 ' 2911 Q47 2.811 1-13 .sn 21511 2111 37 2119 102 281 256, 296 273 277 269 282 113 103 f f f .12 251 103 Page 1112 31111 72 251 2715 1112 3111 21111 2114 213-1 214-1 2117 2158 1112 1112 1112 272 H5 1112 1112 1112 1112 85 1112 1112 2118 28-l 111 111 47 277 llll 1 1 I 3112 303 2110 1113 272 283 111111 103 R5 103 85 72 270 292 252 72 103 103 277 251 TECH GULF ERVICE "Co0keville's Newest and Finestn Cookeville Telephone JA 6-9004 Tennessee Page 336 1 E Plate Lunches and 1 Homemade Pies Short Orders rHome of jumbo Doublebzzrgerv . 1, Next I0 Glfl5 Dorm Pop and Nova Hudson, Mgrs. Phone JA 6-6878 INDEX FOR STUDENTS-Continued .X 1: me Page Xml, Luther, jr. ...., ..., . .. . .. 86 Ncccllnnn, john R., jr., , H115 Nrulm, Billv ll. . .,. .,lll Xvclv, .Xllon I.. . , . 262 Xu-lx. Billy ll. . .. 615, 266 TERRY BROTHERS Nr-vlv, Nlurxin li, ., H6 Xcirlr-rl, Rzlvnloml X. , . , 25l X1-lson, liugcm- , 24:4 Xvlsun, Clnnlcs ll. , 12, 26l, 267 Nelson, Stuart .X, ,., '46 Nelson, Xkllylxc' liclwin ,. , lllfi Nrsknng, Marion A. . ... ,. Ill Xmillu, Ken j. ...,. N6 ' xr-whgm, jndy 1.6111 ., . ., 86, 278. 279 Everytlauzg lo Wear' Nmrlnll, Rznlnoncl R., jr. ,. IHS Nc-whx, Billy Roy . .. . . -17, 276 NUXVIIIZIH, jnlinn H. ..., , . . IOS Ncwnmn, Nanny li. . , . H114 N4-wsunu, jinnnic Nl. . ,. 73 250, 256 Yirlmls, XVilliLnn V., jr, . 63 260. 267 Nirholson, jr-rrx . , 2rll, 2811, 2Rfl Xishnlsnn, l.illinn CQ. . . , '17 Nilholson, Sully H. . ,, H6 Nirkr-ll, Boyd 'II . ... .., ,. ., . X6 Yin-ss, joseph . , .. ,. 103 xmm, xnmrm ,xml , , . im, :rsx.g7:z, am, um MILLINERY, SHOES Xolxlm-, Eclwzlrcl li. .., . 84, 252 Xuhlit, jznncs ll. . 63 260, 263 Nolan, XV. llonglgls . ,. 298, 268. 272 Nolcn, Robert Guinn .. , . , ., 73 XUIIIILIII, George D. ., ., , 103 Nmnmn, Lznrra-nu' H6 XOI'Ill1lll, Lurrv Keith . ., I-lf? Norris, john XY., jr. , lllfl. 267 Nmnrml, jnniu' Xlgm , ., ., 73 Xllllllillt, jznnrs G. ., . ,.. SSR Norton, junk Wzlrnvr . . lllfl Xllll, Rob:-rt lf.. . 38, 25-1 ' A ' Nj curl-Q, XVilliznn 11. ., :ss 18-1,361 Cookevlllcr rennewfe Onklcv, RL!lllll1l 'l. . ., ,, IHS flll5l'lL'll. Rollin lu. . ,,,, 85 Orlmn, jinnnx I., 118' 268 Odom, Sann ll. , 103 Orhnn, Rohr-rl ll. .,. , ,H lllfj Oglcsln, Bolxhx L. . ASU, 2457, Q76 Oplm-shy, llnnxuhl l-',. , , ..., lllfl John W' Terry Benton Terry O'Nr'iI, Rznrlv . .v-- IH Orgnn, Afllllll' IL. I I 73 Orxln. Qurnlin l.. 33, 292 Orznnl, Boblw j. ll. ., , , gig, Q54 Orimk, Hnrohl . lvvl I 33 Osborn, john j. . 103 Page 337 F OUTCH'S MEA J. FOUTCH 'Sc SON Bunker Iiill Road Cookeville, Tennessee "Serving lhe Upper Czmzberlmzd and TENNESSEE TECH" -VUholesalc- BEEF 0 PORK 0 VEAL WEBB PHARMACY Wfe Boost Tech Every Day 111 Every Wrly WOODBI E DRY GOODS TORE "Alu'nyx under the m111'kel" On the Square Cookeville Tennessee Page 338 INDEX FOR STUDENTS-Continued Xrnllz' Pffm' lbxlnnn, Roller! I.. lllfl Omilll, lluncllu L. lil. IIS. Iitll flllllllllll. Klullzlorm Y. - 54' Olin. William I. Wil Uxvlzlll. Billy XX. , Nl' lJXl'lSlIL'l'l, Orlnn il, lllfl lVXL'il. xvlllllllll 5. . 75 thu-n, llc-lbL'1'l L. l -Iliff Um-n, klznncx l.. - W' Um-n. Xl, Rowlxn Nl, 252, 252 Omen. Rubill 1. lx, 754 WW, ffm Ouingw, junk ll. - '15 I'.uv. Samuel I.. . lllfly 24315 lkulgc-ll. kllillll R A lllfl I'1lg.u', llloxnus XI. Tfl, 202 I'.1ll1ulinu, XY:nnlu il, , 55, 231' I'.1lnu'l, Clxurlvs 5, . . ,.... lil l'gnllm'1', llnylc' ... V. - '--- Sl' I':1I1m-r, Gene KI. 157. 73, 23l, 287, 2911 lilpu, Rlfllflfll .... - . V - t W3 Pnprs. Richard RI. - 103, 21Y'l l':mlum'. Rzlunmnl li. 9250, 9519 llllllllllll, Nlznoilxn R. 73- 3915 l'4nix. Qlannes I-f. e llll lknkvr, l5:1rl11n.1 N. , llll p1,,L4-,v lymjd H, til. 2611, 260, 2911 I' srlwl, kllldx li. - --llllv 273 I'11l'lwv, Hzlrolrl ,l. - . 54, 2451 l':u'lm, Bobby R. ,,-,- llll I'11l'n1z'r. Doyle lf.. - V - fllllf I'gn'lnla-x. Marlin lk. 101, QW' l'11nix, Robert IJ, V, V llll l'lllllN, 'l llOI1l1lN li. lm, YW I'.n'xml. .Xnn llll I'11rmll, I.inniv QI. llljf' :mf Pgnmtt. Ricllzml .X. 843. 2610 l'nrrull. Ronald W. ., .. . .. .p-.. llll Iknmmxls. YYilli:nn O. . 33. 2439. 272, 219- mfg l'nwnls, .Immun XY. 55. lm l'.lle'. xxlilllllil .X. ml I'11ll4'l'mll, Cillrml Nl. --- f v sl' I'.nl14-1w:n1, NlllllX X. -V H- llll l'11llun. Xnn l'. llll- 2-'L UM l'1nllr1n. Nlaneion - lgl l'1lIlllIl, Pxllti Nl: Qfll- 2'-l l':111l, klzlrvii XV. - lil- gli: l'1llllIIll'lE, Hollis . 4 - -- lvl l'nync', B:1rb1n'1l xl. .... 104, 219 Payne, Burnett '-'4 if l'nynn', .lonnit .Kun I-f l'mm', xvflllilll l.. Rl' l'g1uin,Qm', Hfnxzml ,- llll l':xl. I':-:ho .Xntmnn ffl. QUU INDEX FOR Name Pearl, George lienjaniin .. Pearson, james ll. .,.. . Pearson, jesse R. .... . 1'earson, joseph D. .... . Peavvhouse, Sandra Lee ..., Pedigo, Ralph A. ....,. . Pedigo, Ralph W. Peiligo, 'lihurman ...,., Peek, Anita Pay ..,. .,.,.. Pegrann, Wayne Frank , . Pemberton, jinmne 1.11: .. Pemberton, -Ioyce , . . . . . Pemberton, Stanley K. . . Pemberton, Vixian ,l... Pendergrass, lfraniiis P. . Pennyeuff, Finys Gail ... Perry, Billy Wayne . . . Perry, Richard '1'. . . Pi-ters, -Ion Rohhin .. Peters, Robert il. .... . Peltross, Billy Xl'ayne . . Pt-ttross, Glenn ......, Pharris, Charlotte L, .. Pharris, Donald KI. .. Phelps, Dale Cain .. Philips, Claudie . , . . Phillips, Doris Ann .. . Phillips Phillips Phillips Phillips , Gracie Ruth .. , Hugh Linden , jiirkie N. . . , joe Black Phillips, john W. ..,. Phillips, joseph K. . . . Phillips, Kenneth li. . Phillips, Polly A. ..,. . Phinizy, Frank H., jr. . Phipps, Olan C., jr. .. Phy, Powell Q. ..... . Pierce, Guimm Que Pike, Mary Ann ..., Pile, Janice Faye .... Pillow, Frans D. .... . Pitts, Thurman Lewis Pitzer, Darrell Ed. .... . Plemons, jess H. Pless, Ray H. ...... . Plenk, jane Suellen Plumbe, Rowena ..... l'hunmer, Virginia W. . Polk, Charles A. .... . Pollard, Forrest K. . . , . Polston, Helen Joyce .. Polston, james Boyer ., STU DENTS-Coniinued Page ...,...1l1 .,...73,2li3 .,..260, 263 ...73,298 .....104 ,......104 73 ., , .,l1l,277 86,258 . 'iii 'I-li-11.274 275 ,-. .....,.. . 813 lll ........,l04 281 ffm ...,.48, .. . .,..., 104 -18, 276 . 38, 2139, 272 ....,..86, 276 ........261 y 1 1 1 a 256 , 277 301 277 301 , .,..... 264 ,...,.,104 .254 , 1 1- 210 256 27 lll, 143 v 256 ..,.,.......l04 73 . . 86 . . '73 ,- 13 ....10Ll ....l04 1 04 104 280 86 73 ..,.l50 1 151 .....l04 104 73 ..,..104 ...28 ...73 , f 278 267 86 ....104 H273 104 . 55. 'aisle' Q99 'Qsoo , 281 , 264 BOYD DRUG TORE VUALGREEN AGENCY "Anything in Drngrn Fountain Service Phone JA 6-4612 Terry Bldg. Cookeville, Tenn. lnsuraufe of All Kinds . . CLAUDE WILMOTH INSURANCE GENCY Ray 8 Wilmoth Building 118 S. Dixie Avenue Phone JA 6-6181 Cookeville, Tennessee TRIANGLE CAFE Plate Llmflaes Slmrf Orders Open 2-4 Hours W. Spring Phone JA 6-6671 Page 339 HOW RD HU TER COOKEVILLE BODY SHOP Auto Meclmnie and Body Wfork Frame SfraiglJte11iug - Wfbeel Brzlmzeing 2-1 Hom' 11"1'ecleer Serfice Phone jA 6-4266 Cookeville, Tennessee Always Remember . TRY YOUR HOME OWNED STORE FIRST- BE F RA KLI STORE V. P. CLARY - Owner Locally Owned Nationally Known Cookeville, Tennessee Page 340 INDEX FOR Poole, llarhala jean l'll1l11', Porter Nlorgau . Porter, Elmer Franklin . . Porler, john li. . Porter, johnnv H. Porlerlield, james B. . Posey, Charles Rlflllllll Puller, john 1-Irlwarml . 1'ouull, Carl liclwarml Powell, PCKQXLIIIIIL' li. ., 1'ouers, Sally .. Powers, Walter I.ee Prentice, xvlllllllll 1.. ,. Prescott, XY. S. Preston, Peter johu ., Preston, Phillip C. Prime, liarl A. Price, Gerald XY. , .Ylnrze 1'riu', George li., jr. . l'ri1'e, Howard P. , ,. 1'ri4e, jerry W. ..... . Prire, Tony . , , , . . . Price, lVilliam Rlitehel .. Prichard, Dennis W. ,. Priest, Earl Davis ....... 1'rin11n, james Conners ,. Prollilt, Carolyn R. . , . . Prollitt, Lee Roy ,..... . Prueu, Bobby Glenn .. Pructt, Frankie Rulh ,. Purkett, Mary Elaine ,. Pugh, Roy Edward .. Purcell, Burton G. . 1'urc'e11, james G., jr. , Putty. jimmy I.. . . Quarles, jimmy Darryl Quarles, Nauey jo . Quarles, Paul D. .. . , Queen, Kenneth Robert .. Quinley, jim Vaughn.. . Rally, Barbara I.uun .. Rarlahaugh, Daxid X. Rzuler, Sharon jean . , . Ragan, Elvis W. , . . Rngan, john Roy .... Ragland, Thomas 14. .. Rains. 1'atrieia j. .. Ralston, james 'l'. . R1l111ll'C'7, Hansel I.. ,. Ramsey, C. XV. ....... . Ramsey, Franklin D. , Raunsey, Paul E. .,. Ramsey, 'l'horold 11. ., Rauclall, Charles 11. ,. STU DENTS-Confinued as rrx was 48 256 281 ,. ,-.,- ,. 86, 25-1 74 ..-sms ., :ss .,'.'137.7-1 ., 64, 2:19 ..,74, 268. .. ..10A1 281 73 In is-1 Qsfs ms 24111 261 250 ' so 260 268 268 2516 260 flfl 2651 206, 2.55 104 nm .lil 256, .7-1 " 'fl 271. ,.f'l, 20. ugc 284 262 104 721 86 20,1 104 263 80 86 150 286 255 260 141 104 267 10-1 74 262 104 290 S6 267 104 104 104 74 SG 74 1 1 1 263 269 272 S6 86 302 266 209 202 302 104 284 1011 298 255 270 2051 39 256 266 104 290 104 INDEX FOR Name Randlcs, joe David ......,. Rankin, Bobbie jean ,. Rascoc, james C. ,4.,., . Rather, Tommy ,.,,. ....,. Rauschenberger, Barbara .. Rawding, Henry Clay Rawls, Madison L. ,... . Ray, A. Dale ....,.. Ray, Donald Lee Ray, Glenda june Ra y, Sl Reagan, Reagan , Reagan , Recto r, Rector, iirley Ann .. ,Iere ..,.... Loyd ll. Richard Lee . Betty jo .... William D. .. Redding, Robert C. .. Redmon, Ida Mae Reed, Shirley D. .... . Reeder, Alfred ,,.,... . Reeder, David Brown ,. Reese, Clem Allison Reese, jimmy ..,., Reeves. .lerry M. . Reid, Duane T, Reid. Sue Blakley .,.. Renegar, YV. lvesley .... Renfro, john M. .,..... . Reynolds, Buddy Lexon Reynolds, Patsy Anne Reynolds, Sonny Delon .. Reynolds, YVanda ,l. . Rhodes, Gwendolyn . . . Rice, William E. .. Rich. Earl F. .. Rich, Elmer R. ,,. Rirh, Larry G. ..... . Ricl1, Laurerta ......... Rirhardson, Celia S. . . . Riehardson, Larry M. . . . Richardson, Sarah C. . . Richarson, jiminy G. . , Richarson, Keith C. , . Riggit s Riggs ICOIVIIK1 li. .. R15 C. . Riddle, Aubry C. ' ' 13, 1 . ' ,I . . Rippe oe, Rippy, Rivers, Ri1ers, Ri1ers, Roark, Roark, Robbins Nina R. . , Patricia A. . , Anne ...... Linda . ,. Muriel Allll . , Henry W. . . , Ronald B. . . . , Billy James STUDENTS -Continued .. .,..,......... 40, 281 104 ' f f f1'04,' 256 f74, 261 ..,.74, 250 , ,...., sts, 14:1 , '. 1 Q 186. 126-1,4 279 ....,.,.,,.10-4 .f f fs0,' 278 ' f ff .74, 260 , 155. '1is2,'296Q'200, 299' 250, 281, 2251, 297 , ...., 55, 184, 297, 298 . .....,.,,.,.. 104 ' 74, 2114, 20-1-1 ' 105, 100, 18-I f f '. 1051 ii'74i,' .2140 ' Q ..V, ,b.... g G., 40, 270 ..,l05, 144 , Page 202 86 28 104 278 104 2611 11 1 2611 250 256 1 1 1 236 298 104 104 36 Sli 2951 104 10-1 2011 104 SG 203 39 74 RG 301 301 299 270 1041 277 255 105 105 11 1 2511 105 206 S6 10:1 S6 105 SG 202 255 105 277 281 255 105 MeMurry-Roberson Inc. Shopping center of the Upper Cumberland The Home of Style and Quality On the Square Cookeville TCUUCSSCC rw, "Full Line of Famous Feeds" . . A. STEAKLEY 81 SONS Live and Fresh Dressed Poultry, Eggs, Wool Furs, Hides, Etc. Phone JA 6-2250 Cookeville, Tennessee Sflufh Jefferson Page 341 VAUGHN 'S RESTAURANT Phone JA 6-2765 511 E. Spring Street Cookeville, Tennessee Sam Vaughn HERFF JONES COMPANY Official Manufacturers of Your School Ring BOB WAGGENER and BOB SMILEY 1717 West End Avenue Nashville 5, Tennessee Write Us If You Wish to Order a Ring for Any Year Dale COOKEVILLE PURE MILK COMPANY Pasteurized Grade A Dairy Products 30 West S Manufacturers of Cheddar Cheese Butter and Old-Fashioned Ice Cream HOME DELIVERIES Phone JA 6-4135 pring Cookeville, Te flfl. Page 342 INDEX FOR STUDENTS-Continued ,Youre Page Robbins, Sara A. ......,.....,...,,, ,..,. .........,... ..... I 0 5 Robbins, '1'erry H. . ,. ....,. 105 Roberson, Letttina G. . , . . .Sli 286 Roberts, james 12. .,.. .... 1 05 Roberts, ,Iatnes H. .. ..... 105 Roberts, joe 17. . . . . . . 86 Roberts, john j. .. . .....,,......,, 105 Roberts, john K. ,. .,........ ...,. 1 05 Roberts, Ray K. ..... ............ ...., l 0 5 Roberts, Kenneth C. . .... 250, 252 2131, 263 Roberts, Larry L. ......,. 86 268 269 Roberts, Ralph M. .. .,.....,..,.,.. 86 Roberts, Robert P. .. .... 104 280 298 Roberts, Ronald D. . ..... .... 1 04 Roberts, Tltomas XV. .... .,.. , 86 Robertson, Cynthia K. .. ,.,. S6 144 Robertson, Charles XV. . . . .10-1 298 Robertson, Daniel H. ..., . , . ..... 39 Robertson, ,loc K. ...., ..,,,.. .,.... 8 6 Robinette, licldir' XY. ..., ,......... . .. 86 Robinson. Cynthia J.. .. ..., 48, 252, 280 287 Robinson, Don E. ,... ....... ..... 3 9 Robinson, james l'. . . . . . . . . . .105 Robinson, Sandra il. .. ,.... 86 Robinson, lllalton N. . . A . ..... 105 Robinson, ,lark H. .. .,... 105 294 Roddy, Xvllliillll -1. . . .,.. . . .39 269 Roclen, Loran T. . ...39 269, 272 Roe, Clarenec C. . ..,., 105, 286 Roe, John .. .. .,.,.lll Rogers, Anlsie XV. , ,... . 87 Rogers, Barrie E. ,. ... . . . .. 97 Rogers. lilnier 11. .. .......,..,. .,... 1 05 Rogers, lfred O. .,.. ......,. . 64 261 263 Rogers, Harry R.... ............,..........,, .87 261 Rogers, ,laniie A. ., 118, 140, 282, 285 304 Rogets, 1.loytl C. .. ...,....,... ..... 1 05 Rogers, Nlary J. ..... 105 Rohrer, .larnes O. .... ...... 1 05 Roland, Alton M. .... ,....... 3 9 Roller, William james ..... 39 269 Rollins, ,Iolm D. ....,. ..... 8 7 Rose, Bob ........,. ..,. 1 20 150 Rose, Charlotte A. .... ,105 Rose, Martha J. .. ..... '74 Ross, I.ee D. . . . ....... ..... . .. 28 Rotella, Ann ....,....... ..... 7 4 296 Rowan, Robert Anderson ..,. ..... 2 63 294 Rowilen, jerry A. ...,.,.,. .....,... 7 4 105 Rnclil, Barbara Nell .,.. 111, 1114 274 Rndies, latlward ...... ......... 1 05 Rnnnnage, Brenda J. .. ,.... 105 270 Russell, Charles N. .. ...,... 105 INDEX FOR Russell, James I. .... , Ryburn, Roger james .. Ryder, Sterling C., jr. .. Nu me Rymer, James O. ..... . Sadler, Nanola ........ Sadler, jean Micaela .... Sadler, Sara Sue ,...... Sain, Linda Sue ....,. Sample, james C., jr. . Samples, Ganella NI. .. Samples, Samuel, Sanford, Sanders, Sandlin, james lf. .,.. Sushil ...,. Barbara ..,... Dan Harris ...., Kenneth G. ,.,., . Sands, Randol Q Howard . . . Supp, Jl than lt. .... Sartin, George 4........ Saunders, Mary Helen .... Scandlyn , Benny H. Scandlyn, Bobbie J. .. Sttandlyn, Helen M. Searbrough, Robert L. .. Scarlett, Herbie ....., Scarlett, Paul I.. .,.. .. Schaeffer, Robert A. .. Schild, Joseph E., Jr. .. Schleicher, john li. . . . . Sthmidt, Kenneth A. ,. Schmittou, Homer R. . , , Schrader, Eddie E. .. Schrader, Phyllis .... Sehrock, Dannie F. Schulte, jerry Edwin .. Stott, Charles Paul .. Scott, Frances K. .....,. . Seals, Carolina ., ...... .. Sedman, Edward M. .. Sechown, james Maxwell .. Seehorn, John WV. ....... . Sellers, Edgar Vance ..... Sells, Barnard Duncan .... Sells, j. C. .......,... . Self, jerry Alen ..., Sessions, XV. G., Jr. ,. Seward, Sexton , Rolland E. .. Curtis C. ,... . Sexton, Donna Kay .. Sexton, George H. .. Sexton, Ray Owen ., Shafner, Leroy ,...... Shanks, John WV., jr. Sharp, David Russell .. Sharp, Elmer E., jr. STU DENTS-Continued Page ...39, 268, 269, 293 , ...,..,..,,.,.,.,. 39, 269 .105 ,...39, 127, 136, 268, 292, 302 116, 125, 136, 293 ....87. 143, 167, 254, 276 ......,...40,26S,284 .....48, 281, 283 ..1l8,l50 ....77, 87, 2110 ...........l05 105 87, 280, 290 , ......,... Ill 87 ...74 ,..87 . .. 40, 256, 273 ......87,287 .. ...105,256 ....74,268,269 ......279,287 ,..,.,74 ....87,181 ....,,l05 ....87,258 ,.....87 ......87 ....,...87 ....64,264 .........l05 .....28, 256, 264 ..........,87,297,298 ....28, 144, 146, 274, 281 ...74,277.290 ,.............87,25ti ....l05 .....,l44 ....48,286 .....,87 ..,.105 ff-I 1 BUILDERS SUPPLY CO. Builders' Supplies BRICK, SAND, PLASTER CEMENT INLAID AND BATTLESHIP LINOLEUM ASPHALT TILE CONCRETE BLOCKS READY-MIX CONCRETE Phone JA 6-4119 COOKEVILLE, TENNESSEE EXPERT RECAPPING COOKEVILLE RECAPPERS Kelvinator Appliances, B. F. Goodrich Tires and Batteries, Motorola TV Cookeville, Tennessee Phone JA 6-4862 Page 343 V ,2,.,,,, . 2 l s 1 l 1 ,RH-A JOE SCOTT TRUCK 8: IMPLEME T CO. INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER Homelile, Chain Saws, Farm Equijzrueul, Tractors, Trufks, Parts and Serrife 502 Wfest Spring Phone JA 6-2511 BILBREY BROTHER Distributors PAN-AM PRODUCTS New and Used Tires Recapping Vulcarziziug Phone JA 6-4336 Cookeville Tennessee Page 344 INDEX FOR STUDENTS-Contmuecl Xzlrm' Prim' Slulrp, l'klC'ill'1'lLk A. . .1113 Sharp, .llxllf l". . , 71 Slu-ll, Bill liluurlu . 131. 2137 5ll1'll0ll, licluzml VI. . 1115 Shelton, Cfle-mln 15. 1113 Slwllou, Xl2l1'f.!1l1'1'1 .Xml NT Nl1L'Pl1ClTl, john l.., jr. 71, 287 Sheppard, liolmln Rm . , 111.3 Slu-rmun, 131-11-1'Ix Ruth 1115, 2S11 Sllrpnrk, llolmlu R111 . ., 111.3 Sherrill, Clmeslcr ln' , I11', Shcrroll, H1ly'1X'1111ll ll. . SD' Sll1'lTOCl, Szuulrn ,lime . ST, 21112 Shields, -lUllIlllY Luv, ,Il , 111'3 Shields, Sully Sus' . ., 1115 Sllirley, Plllll I-Qclwiu , 71 Shixcrs, Rlllllllll . 1 I I Slncuklex, Bzu'lx:u':1 .xllll 71 Slmofklev. Howzml li. , 2131 Shoxkley, Shirley -I, 28, 2513 Shofucr, 00111111 l... klr. ST, 2113, 21511 Short, X1'11l1cr ll. . , . T1 Slmwcrs, Nlylcw ll. 111.3 Shufk, Tjilllllil Rau- Tl, 21111, I1112 gllllgllfl, lfrz-rlcrizlx A. ,. RT Slmmnkcr, XYAIIL1-r II. 111. 21111 Sluunate, Rfllllllll IC, . . . 87, 21111 Sihvrl, Roger l':u1I ., 1115, 2117 Silcox, Ililllil' -lzuu' . ., , I11f3 Stills. jmucs l,gnrrx 2131 Simcox, 'I luunns llmlc 111. 2131 Sirurox, lvllflll' .Xllcu . 1113 Simmons, ,luuws W., ,lr 2313 Simmons, 104' ll.. Qlr. . Ill Slllllllflllf, Xlxuw li. , 1113 Simmons, Nlclxiu ll. 71 Simmons, New . 1 I I Simpkius. Rzxymoml ll. 1111 Sims. Ruhx . .., Ill Sims. ljflllllltl I.l1!Y1l ., 1115 Sll1,LZll'If11'l, Szlrzlh li. , 251 142, 231, 281, 21111 Sipcs, jlllllfl' Nlgukir .,... ,., . 11113 Sipzw. Rom-1' llnls- ST, 2112 Siru, Bolvln . 11113 Siwuu, l.Clg'lll11l1 li. 71 Slxllllllilllf, klolmux R. 28, 2TH Skillvru. Bobbie li. , 11113. 2X1 Skinner, jvzuuu- lliggs , . 11113 Slugle, Rufus Cllguk . T1 Slate, Xrlluu' R111 111 127 1351 154, 251. 21lH, 21311 Slguxson, ,lurk Nl, .. .. . . . 11113 Sligcr, Dzuicl Hugh . . , ., 11113 Sllgvr, Gcneu Stvplwu 11113 Slogm, lfCl.W2ll'Cl .Xruolsl . . 11113 INDEX FOR Name Sluder, jerry Lewis ....... Smalling, William Andrew .. Smiley, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Buddy Hugh ,..... Ann Garrett Anna Laura ., Bertha jean Bill Gordon Billie Gene Billy Wayne Brimagc Lee Carolyn ...,. Cherry ,.,.,.,. Chris ,........ Curt Howard .... Dallas Glen, jr. Dave J. ,....,., . Ed lwleadows .... Garnett Roy ..., Hazel Corryne jack Wallace jimmy ........ ,Ioan ..... Joe, jr. .... Joyce Rita ..., Judy Ann ...... Kenneth Lee .... Kenneth R. .. Landon ,.... Larry RI. Lois Gail Lucy D. .... . Merritt G. ..... . Melvin Wayne Muril L. ...... . Nancy C. .... Odie W. ,... . Richard NI. ..., . Robert H. ...... . Robert VV. ,.,,... . Robert Vtfitthorn .... Robin H. ....... . Sue Marler ..... Teddy R. ...,.. . Terry Anderson VVzide Cothran 1Vi1l H. ...... . 1VilIiam T. 1Vinl1red L. .... Smithson, Helen lf. .... . Smotherman, William E. .. Sneed, Ronald C. ..,.. , Snyder, Catherine D. .. Solomon, Frarier L. . . . Southard, Charles V. . .. STU DENTS-Continued ffffibu ,..'.'106 , .,.. ss .... 74 as 260 ....1-111 11 N128 .. 29 , . . 106, 14'1 106, 74 ,...106, 106, .. 21, '10, 190, 269 ...Nino fri, 294 .. 65, 262 ...fiddj Q70 .,...40, 215s 'I I.. Page 100 286 106 87 84 206 252 74 IIISI 2611 172 110 252 106 106 106 278 252 S8 261 290 1 I I 106 106 106 88 f100 287 106 277 206 278 106 106 74 106 106 277 106 74 40 1 11 106 1 1 I 0711 250 Ima 74 I, A 206 267 SS 202 271 88 Titsworth-Denn otor Compan DODGE JOB-RATED TRUCKS DODGE PASSENGER CARS PLYMOUTH PASSENGER CARS 161 W. Broad Street Phone JA 6-2717 Cookeville Tennessee THE DELMAN COMPANY "Manufacturers of the World's Finest Windshield Washers" Cookeville Tennessee Page 345 Always fha Bext in Motion Piflure Ezzterffziunzczzf PUT AM DRI E-I THEATRE U. S. Highway 70 - Four Miles Wfest of Cookeville - Phone IA 6-6969 HI-HO DRI E I Fellfllfillg the Besl in Fine Foods and Slmrl Orders CURB SERVICE Two Miles East of Cookeville on US-70N Page 346 INDEX FOR STU DENTS-Continued .X111111 51DLilIIIIl11. 11111111 I'. 511111,1g,I1-1, 1Yi11I'o1'1I I . S11.11I11111111, 1111111-11 R. N11.11I11111111. I.:11111'1111- IS N11.1111x, X111111.111 I S11.11Iu. I1-111 XI. N111-.1I1111.111. 11111111 l.. S1 L I11111N R Ifl . I ' . S111'1I1. X111111 O. S111'1111'1. 111111211 I, S1:1.11I11'111. f.1111llNIl I. S111111u111'I11. 11111115 l N 1i11g111'I1I. Xlilcw l-. I 5111111111: 111111111 Y, h1111111s1', l,.111111.111 IX S1111111'N. II11I1111's Ii, 51.111, X1'1I I'iIIi11ll 81.111, 11111-1111 I.. S1.111111'I11. X1 111111111 XI. S1.111I1111I. IS11I1I11 II. S1111111111I. l11111.1I11 I N1.111xI11-111. 1:11111-Q R. 8111116111111 IC'1'1X X N1.11111111. IIlIl114'I X. S1:11111111, R11I11'1'I lf. S1:11Ii11g. R111 I.. A1:11111's, R111111I1l I.. S1111I1I1'1, xIIli'1'l IC, N11-111111, IJ1111111- I.. N11-111111116 1.1111111111 H11'11'11x1111. kI1'1'11 C.. N11'11g111I. CI1.11l1w QI. S11-11.1111. 11111111 C.. N11':1.111I. I':111I R. Nl111.111I. II111'11 R. s11'11:111, 11.11111 C., N1111:111. I11Ii11 IB. N11'11.11'1, N1.11'g:11et N11'111111, R11111I11lI ,I H11'11:111, R111 .. h11I1'x, 151-11111111111 ll 511111. R11I1:11'1l CI. N1111I111111. II111'11I1I li. 81111113 I11lI1' I111' S111111', II21111I1I 111-1111 N111111. II11111I11 l'.XL1ll . 111 1'1 -111 SS 113. 21111 TI 'N "111 I IIII1 T1 T1 IIVI1 A 211 111, 21111 --vI1I11 51111112 SI1i111'x , 111 11S 8111111111111-1. X 1112111111 N11111-1, 1.111111 511111. 1111111 I111' 811111-1, XII11111' SXIIIIII Slllllll, l.1-sI11' R. 511'1'1'1, l'1I1li1' II. 511 IIJIIIIQ, R111 12111111111 1 NS llili 1l,u1' NH II111 111411 11111 HS 11111 SS 11111 . 2711 Ill , .1l1- "111 XR , 21111 71 25121 . 2117 2111 11111 11111 111 H111 11111 11111 71 11111 XS 71 71 11I 11111 IU11 7-1 11111 NN .2111 '711 11111 1147 2111 .1!1l I1ll1 QSM 11111 -151 SA 1111 174 SS 111 1 TIS Hi H111 175 INDEX FOR STU DENTS-Confinued .- Name Page Stringer, Claude .....,.,......,.,., . , . , . . .,.....,.. , 276, 277, 2911 Stringer, Franris ll. ..,. .-., -4... 1 0 Stubbleheld, jerry C. . . , . . . . H100 Stults, Claude Lee, jr. . . . . ,,.. 40, 135 Sturditant, Robert L. . . ,.... .,..,. . . . .... .106 Styles, Lonnie lidwin . . . . . .,.,,., . . , . , . . 88 Suddarth, Patricia . . . .. SS, HSI, 280, 231 2815, 283 Suddath, Danny I.on'ell ,..,., alll, 255, 2159 273, 2813 Sullixan, Barbara Sue . . . . . . .,.. . lllli lfili, 2915 Sullivan, Charles H. . . ., 'll 258, 290 Sullivan, Earl Reese . .. , 65, 263 Sullivan, Iilna Ann ...., .. 251, 250 256 234 Sullivan, NV. Shaylor ....,. , .. ... ..,.. 88 Summerlin, james R., -Ir. . . , HMS, 121, 292 Snrnmitt, jacrie Ann , . , . . . . . . 88 Suter, Gary Tbmnas . 88, 264 Sultle, Gordon lirufe .. 74, 233 Sutton, Daxid Lewis ..l06, 264 Sutton, joe Stewart ,.,. . 71 Snack, Nellie Rose . . . 106, 256 Swarford, Audley ..,. ... ., ...H107 Suallord, janire Nlarie .. . .., . , . . .107 Swafford, Lawrence Leon . 107, 298 Swann, Linda -lane .. . . IU7, 254, 302 Swanson, Lawrenre li. . 88, 261 266 Swindle, john Allen . . . . , . . . . .107 Swindle, W. Rirbard . . . 88 Sykes, Mary Frances . .107 Sykes, Mathew ,I. . , , . , .106 Iaber, Barbara NI. . , . ,. , 88 Tatkett, Marta I.ou . .. . .270 Talbott, XVanda Cay .. .. . SS Tallent, Mary Delaine . .. Tallent, Mary D. . . . . Talley, James Harold . . . alley, Robert I.. . ,. Talley, Johnnie M., jr. . Tarter, David li. .. Tarwarter, Robert .... Tash, Charles Turner .. Taylor, Andrew J. .. ., Taylor, Dudley Mayne Taylor, Ronald ., ., .. Taylor, Roy Albert .... Taylor, XV. Bryant .... Tays, Clarence, jr. .,.. , Tedder, Theodore M. .. Teissler, Barbara Kay .. Telley, Douglas .....,... Templeton, Donald Lee .,,. Templeton, joe G. .,,., . Terry, janey Catherine Testerman, Ralph F. Thamas, Robert L. ...... .. . ss, zany, ...2S4 29 ..7'1 ,...,262 107 Q93 -,299 . .111 , M106 107, 267 10" I H115 107 f ln , 186 M88 2513, 279 . .107 , 284 ..107 1,411 ,. 88 , 269 .. 88 ..107 ..l07 Morris 81 Son Plumbing and H eatin g Cookeville, Tennessee Telephone JA 6-6677 CHATTANOOG HANDLE COMPANY Subsidiary of Union Fork and Hoe Company Makers of Green Thumb Lawn and Garden Tools C00k6Vi1lC Phone JA 6-2026 Tennessee Page 347 INDEX FOR STUDENTS-Continued .Ymne Page Thaxlon, Thomas B., Jr. .....,,.,..,,.... ......,. ..,. ,...,... 8 I 3 A98 I Thomas, Algia Sue .....,, ..., . . . ........ . , ...4, 74, 256 B E Thomas, Betty Jean .... 49, 143, 150, 284, 285, 288, 292 Thomas, Bradford C. . . . .......,,......,,.,.......... 224 Thomas, Conrad C. .. ,..,.....,, l K Thomas, Edgar L. .,.. '11, 256, 29-i Y, I C- Thomas, Ray Carroll .. ,.,.,.... 278, 290 Thomas, Wilda Jean .... ..,.. . , 55, 296 Thompson, Charles H. .. ...., 75, 88, 201, 292 . Thompson, Corbin ..... ............,.. 8 b We Gas Bottle for Tydlleys Ihompson, James I.. ... ... .. 88 Thompson, Joseph li. .. .. 88 , Thompson, Joseph F. ., .. 88 We Offer S61"1JlCe 017 Thompson, Mary Jo '51, 296, Thorlnn, Jo Ann .,.. .10 ' Thrasher, Carl D, . . . .. S8 Gas Appliances Threet, W'i1liam C. . . . . .107 Thurman, Dallas L. ..,. . . .im 88 Thurman, Joe L. ....... 7- , 20? ' ' ' Thurman, Robert W., Jr. . 107, 267 West Spring St' Cookeville, Tennessee Thurwood. VVzrndn J. . . . . . ,l0' Tidwell, Cami J. ..,... . ...mi Phone JA 6-2721 Tidwell, Marvin ...,, , . , .286 Tidwell. Sue . , lll Tiller, Ronald Todd .. H292, 297 Tineh, Yvinlon H. 107 Tinker, Andy C. .. . 107 Tinsley, Billy G. ..... .,.l07, 203 Tippin, David Lynn .. 88, 260 Tippit, John T., Jr. .. .252. 259, 260 Tippit, Tildcn Deny ., ., 88, 272, 261 Tipps, Roland C. .. . ,,., 7... S8 Stay at Tipton. Billy Charles .. .... . . 88 Tipton, Douglas lf. .. ., 107, 25s Tittle, Larry Ken ...,.,.. . 88 Tittlc, Roger Lee .. . . ,, 107 Toney, Doris Faye .. ., 29, 2f9, 284 . Town, William .. ,,... ,..,,., ' ...in Comfortable Quxet Townsend, James D. . .. , ,, 65, 263 Trapp, Palsy Darlene . . . . . . 29, 284 ' TQ7' Trezidway, Danny Eugene .. 88, 1-H, 274 Large Rooms with Free S Trcznner, Tlionms S., Jr. ,,,,, , '4 , , , Tripp, Arthur M., Jr. ..., .... . All, 258 Alf C0Ud1f10Ued Troupe, 'T-TTOIIIZIS B. ,... ....., ... 88 Tufker, ClilYlJ0l'l'1 Ray . , , , 2134, 291 IW Miles East of Cookeville Tucker, Geraldine 107, 2815, 290 - 'l'lukvr, .limmy Ray . .TL 2150, 262 OU U.S. 70 Tueker, Null .... . ...., .. 150 Tuler, Kay , .... ..,. .... 1 l l - Turner, Allrlrey .....,.. ,,,,,,, 1 11 Q Phone 6 'im-m-r, Benny izuge-nc .. ...,.... 107 Cookeville Tennessee Turner, Churlene E. ,. ..,. 107, 181 Turner, Jezm ...,.,.. ...,.. 4 1 Turner, Johnny D. ... . . . . .107 ' . Y 4 4 "H - 'Jin Mflfff' ' ef 'iw 13. .1-ga, .v,,-n:'3fu ML-v A-5.5 '74,- Wf, ' 4 rw two... .f ,.,,x ...as JOHN L. MCCAWLEY, SR. JOHN L. MCCAWLEY, JR. RALPH MCCAWLEY COOKE ILLE El53i5A'iJi SINCE 1916 Ford - Mercury - Lincoln Page 348 COOKE ILLE MOTEL Mr. and Mrs. Leon Gentry, Owners Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Malone, Illmmgerx 170 S. Jefferson Ave. Phone JA 6-4484 Cookeville, Tennessee Sign Painting Neon Displays Outdoor Advertising ADAMS SIGN CO. Kzzowu for Quality 93 Mill Street Phone JA 6-6966 INDEX FOR .Yu rm' llllllkl, Nolan R. ,. I luruvr, lewis R 'I inner, 'l mnex, l'nila'rclc M-, - v Rinmoncl Lee lcllx Leon rwn, lizlrbailzx jo . l'mlcruoorl, jolm li. l'llzle1Mooll, XY. lxxlcl Lnclerwoocl, Virginia .. Vptlilirilx, -lol' Rzix l'IILlIlll'kll, lllllillllls li. lisrcv, Ynliles. lilguii lloiszml ,. lfi-rnauulo S. . Mime, .lolm lislixin , Vain Hooser, klzunes ll.. klr. . Yzu'm'll, l.nrxw llznisl . Yalssrv. lloliu W. .. . Vziuglm. llohlxv KI. Yllllgllll. llvnnis llr-nrx Yziuglln, llouaird ll. Xlllllllllll, Nlnxine , . Ynuglnl, l'1iul lf. Vznlghn, RUIKA' Roger ,, Verhle, lfrecl Russell Yo.-rnou, Bill llumplon Vinrs, I'illI'l Leon .. Yiikt-rs, I.yndvznII , Yix Vette, Dax nl la. Voilus, Ilunxu: V. . Volmun. .lerrx . . You Donlr-n, .Iolm l.. Voorlxics, Curolvn li. Wxulnlell, .lanncs Clan' xV2lI.lI.f0Ilt'Ii. Sue 'lam' XK':1goru'i', ,lerxw Nlzlfk XY:ikt-lielzl, Bing, li. . lV:ilslen. ,lo Ruth . XV:lll4c1', XX zilker, W. xvlllllllf. xX.Ill1lCll, Xl Ciolemaln R. fl0OI'2lLllllli' , '1lker, joseph Neill . lkmirl Reinl lime ci1llXl'l' . Xxllzirc, Alannes Duxiil . W.1IIucc, jim . . Xxvlllllllf, Keith Homol- lYull:1r'e, Will laife. Xl'11ll:1re. XIX: l lin U, NYglll1u'e, Wxlllxls. Lllllll . , . Xlilm Lou . l'1ilsx l.ee ,. Rl'lll'llIl Kim lY:ilIi'r H. Cflzlvlou ,. Waller. Billy lllenu xvlllllllg. slzuncs H. XY11lliug,. liston Y. lY11ller. Waller , STUDENTS-Continued , . ., HSS. 2315. 2813, 298 . 299 .. . .......... 49 IU7 7 I 'n gs 7 , IIUO 288 , ZXI 275 I 107, 144 . . 49, 284 A...-UIUS .. me mf 298 7-I ' ms un. 259. mm, 2157 ff"'74, zsl, 2:42 A ff 49, 2715 lim . 'ssf I21Il . A 99, 27.7. f "IOS, :so 287 IHS 108 284 88 IOS 267 HS SS 88 X5 108 flllll 263 lllrl HIS 267 IUS I I l SS IOS 74 I03 88 270 IUS 283 X8 29.5 I08 263 IIIR IOS 256 108 IOS 88 IOS I I l -ll I I I 280 88 296 I I I HIS -II T-I lllrl IHS HOOPER AND HUDDLESTO FU ERAL HOME Modern Ai1'-Comlitiofzed Fmzernl Home Ambulance Service A Boosfer of Tech Phone JA 6-412 1 Page 349 ETHERTON'S CCNOCO East 10th Street - P. O. Box 11 - Telephone JA 6-6316 Charlie Nethetton-Distributor Batteries-Tires-Road Service-Washing-Greasing-Simonizing Cookeville, Tennessee INDEX FOR STUDENTS-Continued Name Page Ward, E. F. ......., ,. .....,..,..,....,,. 288 289 Ward, Waymun T. ..., .. ..,. 41 209 Ware, Conaleta Marie . ..... ...4,........ 4 l Ware, Forrest james .. ...., .,........... Q .. 88 Warner, Henry Clay .. 05, 250, 258, 2414 294 4 lVnrren, Charles H. .... ..,.. ......,. I 0 8 E104 Warrington, Bobbie G. . .. ..,.... 254 297 lvarwick, jutk Lynn ........ 65 Wussom, Harold Ray ..,.. ,..,. 108 267 Wussom, Maurice 1'Zlll1 . . . ................, NVz1tk'n:, Patsy ..4,.,... ...........,.,.... , m 227 East Spring Street lVatk1ns, YVhite G. ,.... 142, 254, 269 294 Nvatson, Billy joe ..,.,.....,..... .108 Watson, Kenneth A. . . . . . ....., 65 262 Watts, Charles N. . , , , . . 89. . ii watts, J. . ..,...... L6 , Weatherford, Riehnrtl . . . ...... .108 Cookeville, Tennessee Phone jA 6-2542 weaver, Alben lice .... .... 1 03 233 eater, ,ames ., ,.,. lvemger, jlimmy W. ,, .... 108 263 lVe , E121 Mnye ..,, ......,. 1 01 Webb, Etta june . .. .,., ,. ,... 108 lVebb, james M., jr, . 41, 182 301 Welgg, Mziyes Rhea .. .... 65 262 ll'e , Ne ie ,..,...,.,. . .. ...IRI Webb, Richard Henry ..., 108 298 Webster, james Keith ....... 108 Webster, james L. ...... 26? Xlleddington, Gail . . . .,.. 108 144 Welch, Cllarles W. . . . ...... . ,lll Welch, james Allison . . . . . . ,108 Ve s, 'oy amzir ,..., ......., 1 08 COTTAGE CLEANERS lveIfh'f1"5cIiC' 4" 261' 272 Xlfells, Robert Eugene . ,,,.... 74 Ves, Sonja Kay ..... ..,..... Wells, William Lee .. .,...,.. 65 263 Wells, lvilliam T. .. .,.. ,. 65 264 werneg jjohn B., jr. 49 119 lfll, 150, 285 287 4 'est, ar ara , ...,... .,,...,...... 8 9 "We Ggpg Typ Value Staynpf' ales? liillie iludith .. .......,..... ies, ,erry oger Nvest, Judith ..,..... . . .108 WVest, Mary j. ....,... ...., 1 08 VVest, Myrna Pntricizr ..,.. ........ 8 9 Westbrook, llfanda Sue ..... 49 254 Located in Algood wlialen, glayrnontg K. .....,. 108 13 en, pencer .., jr ....... 89 Mlhaley, Lenurd .,.... ..... 8 9 278 Wheeler, Brainard M. , .,..., 108 Phone Mfheelcr, Edward ..,.. ..,..... 1 ll lVheeler, Marion M. . ..... 91 108 lVhit, john Templeton . .,., lll Whitaker, Cornelia G. ....... 74 VVhite, Dennis R. ..... 55, 294, 298 Page 350 INDEX Nfmze Whilc, james A. .,.. . IYhitc, Ilcrry Iiugcnc .. While, Ilohn T. . White, Travis IV. . . .. While, Ulas Aaron, Ilr. While, IVilliam A. . Wliilcliead, Doris Ilo . lYlllll'llCLlll. I-It-nry FOR STU DENTS-Continued . 975,111-i 'ii ...lil Wllillield, Robert. C. .. .. Whilson, Iloscph Gall' l Whitson, Marv Carolyn .. .. ll. Wliillenherg, Wanda A. . . . . , Wicker, XVilIiam Cllauclc ... . . . Witlmer, Thomas Ii. ., Wiggins. William ll., Wiley, Robert 'l'homas Whilhite, Carrie ,Iam- .. U65 lll., .. Whilhite, Martin Ii. .,., , .29 IVilken, Bill Herman Wilkerson, I-larry W. ., . Wilkerson, Peggy ,.,. XYilkinson, Joyce A. .. f M29 Williams Amna C. .,. ,..49 Williams, Donald Ray . Williams, Donald IV. Williams, Franklin ,.,. Williams, Fred Wayne Williams, Grarlv I.. . Ililliams Hugh' . . . .. .,.... xvlllllllIlS, IIHCQIICIYII I.. . . , . . . .IOS Williams Jeanette ,. ,... 39, 252, 277 IX illiams joe ..,. . ....., . .. Williams john S. .. ..,. 49, 183, 276 xVllll2lIl'IS Milo R. .. .,, ..... ... Williams, Oakley . . , ,,,,, , , , , , Williams, Patricia I.. , . .. 108 Williams, Paul Boyd ..,. ,,,, M'illiams Roger Dean . I Williams, Thomas N. .. Williamson, Kay Ii. , . ,,,,,,,, I I I Willis, Clyde E. .... .,..........,.. . XVillis, Mary firafe .. II ,RQI 143, 255 Willis, Tommy XV. .. ,,,,,,,,-, II I Willmore, Lewis C. .. IIIIIIII I I I Willorks, XVillis B. , , I , S9 Willoughby, Mac Ii. Willson, William I.. , XVilmore, Robert Il, . Wilmolh, Claude K. Ivilmoth, Emma jean Wilson, Don ........ Wilson, Heather II. . YVils0n, james R. .. .Q fidsi Page ., .. 71 Iflli, 188 . 281 .75, 275 . H9 268, 271 268,280 .. HIS IOS, 2713 . . -11 29, 251 ..... H9 . .. H1014 21323, 2117 2719. 277 . 75 ms, 250 28-1, 291 .. HIS 198, 273 254, 28-1 . 89 251, 287 . ...Ill 89, 267 89 . .. S9 89, 252 .. .111 144, 27-l 281, 2811 . 108 29-l. fllri 2133, 2li7 ,.... 89 27li,f1llf1 .,. ,IOS .. .. 75 .G5, 262 .,...10S 29, 2lifl , 288 292 ...U108 . . , . .297 108 298 ..10S, 298 ..... 89 256, 267 . . . . .109 ..l08, 296 . . . . .109 ..lll, 230 WILLIAMS N JEWELER joe M. Williamson, Owner "jewelers of Distinction" 32 West Broad Street Phone JA 6-455 1 Cookeville Tennessee TONE'S APPLIANCES Furniture, Radio and TV Service Authorized Westirzglaoztse Dealer 114 North Cedar Ave. Phone JA 6-6042 lHIPLEY, MARINE and AUTO SER ICE Evinrude Motors MacGregor Sports Equipment Magnolia Craft, Glnsspnr Boats Esther Williarrls Swimming Pools Gator, and Tee Nee AlunmCrnft Boats Phone JA 6,4668 Trnilerx "If We Sell It,' We Service It" Corner Spring and Walnut CONOCO PRODUCTS Cookeville, Tennessee Page 351 ' partans Manufaeturin Co., lne. Sparta Dunlap Smithville Tennessee HALL' D IRY M RT The Home of the "ORANGE MICKEY" Sandwiches-Footlongs-Burgers Malts-Shakes-Sundies Phone jA 6-2979 401 West Spring Cookeville A. H. and M. D. Hall Page 352 INDEX FOR Name Wilson, jimmy .,.... Wilson, Mitchell I. ., W'iIson, Ralph Hall Wilson, james R., Wincliester, Martha Winrlle, jafk . .,.,, , Winlree, james D. Wingelt, George H. .. .. Winninghanl, Hosea W Wiluliugliam, Rirliard A. ., Winters, james NI. Winters, lony ,... . VVHIIOII, Peggy Ella Wirt, john Howard .. Wise, .lim Holt .... . Wisner, jerry joan .. Wolfe, Diane May YVoIfe, Richard Ray ..,. Wolfe, William H. ...... . Wolgamott, Clarence O. . Womack, Charles Lee Womack, Frankie . .. Womack, Richard Hugh ., Womack, Thomas H. Wood, Albert Lee .... Wood, Barbara ....... Wood, Billy joe .... Wood, Robert Earl YVoodall, Norman W. .. Woodard, johnny N. Woodbury, june Gail Wooden, Hugh Smith Woodlee, Edwin H. .... . Woodmore, DeWitt, jr. Woody, Earlene ...,... Woody, jerry Miller .... Workman, Gail Marie Worley, james David ..... Worsham, Yvanda Marie .. Wray, Mary Frances ..,. Vllright, Carroll C., jr. .. Wright, Henry B., jr. ., Wright, john Marxin Wyatt, james L. ...,. . Wynne, Marion K. ..... . Yearwood, YVilliam Ray .. Young, Gloria Lee ...... Young, Hattie L. ..... . Young, Marsha Gayle Young, Willy Golston .. Youngblood, Margaret lehner, Alfred Dean Ziegler, Emma jean .. Ziegler, Robert Peek .. Zimmerman, Linda .. jr. ,. l-I. . STUDENTS Continued -ISI, . ' -IUII, ..s9, . .75. 75 180 256 Ziil .73 89 i4-1 ...75, I50, . 29, f -lU9,' 250 I li 4 144 1 09 75 .-iii .89 75 8.3 Page l .75 . HU 75, 271 . . lll9 73, 293 I-I-I. 275 195, 264 . . Zlii . 856 .. 75 2745, MII 75, 276 1.1 IJ 2:17 278, 28-I 109, 298 . 75 207, 270 142, 269 159, ISI 89 . 109 140, 275 109, 150 89 252, 269 274, 275 an . . . . . 109 ...IOEI so 300 1. 89 75, 5100 255, 284 109 . . 100 254, 270 . . . . 75 . . . . 100 281, 284 . ..l09 1091, 288 89, 109, 270 . . . . . 109 109, 280 ......299 ,.,.,lU9 282 1276 .292 . 29-i , 28l ......l09 ADVERTISING INDEX .Maur liuul Knlnpglm .hlgnns Sign KIUIIIILIIIX , , ,Xlgoorl l.inu-Slum' Cmnpnm . .XIIIIUISUII l'isl1 k Owtm . .XIIKUIIIUIIXV l'a1ru Clmnpallxx lizlilz-ik lluuwzuliilg Supplx IIUZIHIII Rs li X' ll RVSILIIIIIIIIII , , NIIIIIISLIIII, I'Ilc Ben l-'rzllllxl in Stow , , lic-nm-lik Nlurkcl . ,. Billnm Ill 4 athens llixlxilxulors Bo1'mli'n lluclric Cmnpgnm llm'rl1'n .li-uul1'y COIIIIILIIH . Bowl llxugslorc . , . Blou'nRlIr1x'c-In , . , liuilclrrw Supplx Kinnxpnm . llbllllllljllhllik . Citm-m Bunk . . ,,,.. ,. . f.1lr:rn, Iillvfnml W. ll. lillllt' . C.luxll1ux1oo1.,n 'L Hunrllr- CIUIIIDLIIIX C0441-Clnln Bottling Clmupnm Clzxwllu' Su-uni! ,Into Sul:-N . Clnurir' II'illnoth lnsulamu' Agcnu College li: Cookcx ills- ll ber5Imp . BC'1lllIY Shop , . Cookcxillc Buds Shop . . . Cuol.rx illn- Coolwx illr' Cookvx illn- ffcmlwxilll' Klookm illc Kioolwx illl' Cooke-x ills' Coolxcx illc Cooke-I illu Cookvx illu lllCIll5ll'll'S . . Nlurhlr' f'l'1lIlIll' Wo Nlmcl . .,... . Nlotol' Ilmnpumt. PIIIIIIIIQ, Nlills .,., l'urr' Nlillk C'mnp11m Rt'f1llJl7l'l'N , . 5ClIASl'l'XIKU l.lIllIlCll'X ., Sheet Nlclnl R Supplx 1 Shirt Clonipnny ,..., Cottage Dry f1lC1llll'l'S . , firm 1lll'Q ciflillll fily Inc KZ1'L'.m1 Lmnpnm Dairy f2llL'l'll . . .. . . Dclmzln Company, lln- . J. B. K C.. l'. Dullnis . ik N .nmpznlx ,. .SBU XIII , 2122 fl I .I lil DUNN'S AUTO P RTS fu.-I I.. . flllll , IIIII .LIN IIII IIIII ,. 3150 IIIIII .,- . .-J.. ., .. JI.. flll 2327 ,. IISII fi I7 ill I ills flilll , QIIIS .WW .fllll flflil ill! . IIIII .. SIN . 3118 . fl I2 31.3 . IIBI 35:4 . , 3211 SHI! Ilflll fl I il . Ilia LI-I I1 , flli A Replacenleul Party for lllnlees 'I'1'1lc'ks and Phone JA 6-6134 302 XY'esr Spring Cars BROWN'S DRIVE COME IN-DRIVE IN COUNTER, CURB SERVICE I I I ff H Courieous. Ejfifient Service Intersection Broad and NW. Spring St. Cookeville Page 353 MODEL CLEA ERT A D L U DRY COTTON JOHNSON, O zwzer McCreary Dayton and Tires Firestone TIRE ENGI EER R ec'af1l1i11g-Vlllmrzizing 349 Wfest Broad Street Telephone JA 6-2222 COOKEVILLE, TENNESSEE COOKEVILLE ELF-SERVICE LAUNDRY OPEN 24 HOURS Coifl-Operated Azitoimztif Wfzislaers mul Dryers Wfasbing and Fluff Drying Phone JA 6-9166 ll Hickory Street Cookeville, Tenn. Page 354 Own Xlilllznns . - - The Co-eds' Fashion Center . JAYSONDS Fealuriug lbe Besl in Ladies' RCIIIIJ'-ffl-IYIBII1' 36 Wfest Broad Cookeville, Tennessee ADVERTISING INDEX-Continued lbnnn N Auto l'llI'lN . ,.... , . , . . . , . - lxllis Cul: N 5L'l'Xlfl' Stallion - lzvllns Gzlnxuge ,,.. - I-'int Nnlionzxl lE.1nL . - l'0llllll's Xleallx . -- l.ullmcnk l-'lmlunxilxg . . -- 1-unnrls lflolisl . - ll:xlI'w llgiirx Nlllll . llzmling Studio . . . - llerlf-Jones fl0lllIDL1IlY . - - - lli-Ho RCNllllll'1lHl , , .... 353 flil 33,1 'VMI IHS 2157 2435 352 32S fl-12 3113 lloopvr lluclsllnwlon lune1.1I Home ---349 Icli-111 Cllenncis nnrl Nh-nk Shop - -355 J11l'L'cl's Shop . , .. . - -3341 l:uwon'w .,.,. - -331 Jenkins K llllflilll , ,.., - 335 jen' XX'luitxon llzirduznc CUHIJFXIIIX , , , V- 317 Joe Moll 'l rnlk K lllljllfllltlll ESUIIIJLIIH . --:ill Knouilln' lfexlilinx' fitllllllllllf . . , . - -356 Ima Bulnm' has Lonlpzlny 1943 l,ynn's Moll-I ... :HS ISQI l,xnnK 'll-xzuo Semin' , . - Xl: Xclorfi . . , XltNIIIITX-ROJIVINOII. Inn. - - Xlgxclrlux ll.n'clxx1urm- , . - Xlzulalnx Ploilitl -- Xl.ulixon lloxslinp, Linux N!:n'llllmnkw' Ding Slou- Xlzmmx .Xpplianiuw .. Xliiluzn l.un1h Room, . Nlollvl f1lt'2lllf'l'N , . .,.. . . , , Xlonlercx llzmlxxoocl Mooring Coxnpunx , XS. l'. Xlorlis k Son . . . . Xlosw1"w llownlown RK'Nl1llll'1llIl, Xi1nplixX Slim' SIMM' X1'lln'1'lonK Cionomo N1-ullmnk Reslznnznn Nixon Sa-xximewlxlel' ADVERTISING IN Powell llilveu tk Son Furniture , Powers TV X: Appliances Princess Theatre . .,...., . m Putnam County Auto lurts ,. Putnam Con my llertzld Putnam Drive-In Theatre Putnam Printing Company, . . , . , Record Shop, The ....... Royal Crown Cola Bottling Company ..,. Sannnie's Florist ......... Saunders Florist . , . . . . . St'rib's Motel ,. ,.., Shanks Hotel . .. . . . . Shipley's Marine Service Sloanys Grorery ...... Sorrell Brothers ..,. . . . Southern Motel ........,...... . Sparta Monumental Works, Inc. ..... . Spartans Nlanufzicturing Company, Inc. .. Spring Street Market ,........,.,.. .. State Farm Mutual Insurance , W. A. Steakley S4 Sons ...... Stones .Appliances . . , Tceh Gulf Service , Terry Brothers ...... Triangle Cafe, 'I he. ,. Tire Engineers ..,..,......... Titsworth-Denny' Motor Company Todd H ardware ..,. , 'l'odd's Shop-Rite .,..,. Yauglm's Restaurant , . . Velma's Restaurant ......,., Weaver Typewriter Company Webb Pllarniacy ..... . West Side Drug Store , White Studio .,.....,, XVhitson Ifuneral Home YYHUB .......,.,... Williams Florist ,. , X'VilIiamson jewelers . Winona Motel .,,..... Woodbine Dry Goods . DEX-Continued 251-1 358 326 355 3 I 9 3-16 355 325 312 324 308 330 335 351 310 360 318 356 352 315 ..,.3l4 ....f54l 35l 336 337 339 E454 E345 314 ZISI 342 321 313 338 E432 E510 2317 316 311 351 324 338 PUTNAM COUNTY We AUTO PARTS Co. Automotive Parts and Supplies Your NAPA Iobber in Cookeville 54-56 South Cedar Ave. Cookeville, Tenn. Phone JA 6-6121 BAILEY'S DE'COR TING SUPPLY Paint-Wallpaper-Floor Covering 125 West Broad St. Phone JA 6-4216 Cookeville, Tennessee PUTNAM PRINTING COMPANY 1927-Our 32ml Year-1959 Ralph H. Wirt OFFICE STATIONERY WEDDING ANNOUNCEMENTS ENVELOPES CARDS 111 West First Street Phone JA 6-6288 IDEAL CLEANERS AND MEN 'S SHOP Something New or Something Different In Men's Wear FORMAL WEAR-SALES AND RENTAL SERVICE 118 North Cedar Avenue Cookeville, Tennessee Phone 'IA 6-6051 Page 355 BN THE CITIZEN "Putnam C0unty's Weekly Newspaper" Telephone JA 6-2411 and WM. H. LANE CO., INC. Ojice Supplies Telephone JA 6-4618 SPARTA MON UMEN TAL WORKS INC. Monuments of Distinction N .ax T' M X9 H3Zl'lI.l.!l3:l 3TllAXl Y' iv .Nu, ,.u vi . f, an aa N. E I Q uw ii E! g? w N lit Qs W, 3' ff 2 ,, g !:X2l,, xv Q UU ig 2 3 X4 3 ..... C. Q 5 .. V i E we I .I f H if . 2 ' 1 - A GG' E' l.7h-,ax N ' TX .Ml 'N' rv.:1' ' 'QQ -A F x- X 1 ll 4. gr 2. ' ' 2 F I. an .ic ,h. : Qxghie TV ' 72 1 frigi 1-QS S1gSgEQplJgxYRlTgglx3', gr f.N 1 2- i --ei we -- 4 1 . W v:53SS-is 2 - 5.5. ,- ,ix ,V -. S x5iTHYf0 'D 'Q lug N N,,,fQS5j,i1X?F2' . 'gSA2Qf:RSSQfA.N .rx- W .A 'U Z N F! """"S:'B5-BGS5'3m":i-Z S Qgrmmmgnmnqgn I G Q.cLfv D 5 D P143 5 5,5 0 Eaimgf- mV'o:8PUEF-PG N fvUQo.2,'ED9.::k4 :J-Dg 4 Q 4 H O Q.,-r-1 fb Q D. 1-1 in E O mi-gg gke K4 fb D'g-2 m N162 :VW3 --m .H E E 2 Q ---...an fU,,rn'-1"U::53,,, SD "'fvUQo-'i::BO"UE'n."U"f O NQDQP-+1Ll1r-Yr-.:'7mp5 ,-gm h-Au D m rg va ui S D-H C O -.D D E'f40"SOm5'U'e5'::o9,UQ Q.. 'vomr'-img' FE-.DD-D-L 2 FD 'hrw Ein N Ph Q .Q m :ld :r...:4O.U,9,m'-fm Wag H m hzng H W O N G D' G, N O rr N Z Z,- g-UQQQ-Q as-QSO:-3. Q 5 Sa5Rff+x.,.,W:-. v-2 Q H 4 6 1"1 O ' H ' ,N H f1 2020731750502 fb 0:55-ef' 32353223 ui W UQ"U Z U:ZE:9,2fEsgaE'a5.'2. '-' ,E 2'?9.f.F.fe-3eoao.::a C5 5 C3 il! G D Cl' P' Y" KNOXJ3 and AGRICOE The American Agricultural Chemical Company Knoxville, Nashville and johnson City, Tennessee - London, Kentucky Page 356 ZW cafchmq. , . ' Art ' Letterpress Engraving ' lithographic Plates ' Color Process Plates ALL PLATES IN THE EAGLE WERE PRODUCED BY GULBENK ENGRAVING CCMPANY NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE FORTY-ONE YEARS OF SERVICE TO PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS P Men's Quad . . . Constructed By SORRELL BROTHERS Phone 52 7 1 Sparta Tennessee Pg 360


Suggestions in the Tennessee Technological University - Eagle Yearbook (Cookeville, TN) collection:

Tennessee Technological University - Eagle Yearbook (Cookeville, TN) online yearbook collection, 1949 Edition, Page 1

1949

Tennessee Technological University - Eagle Yearbook (Cookeville, TN) online yearbook collection, 1950 Edition, Page 1

1950

Tennessee Technological University - Eagle Yearbook (Cookeville, TN) online yearbook collection, 1951 Edition, Page 1

1951

Tennessee Technological University - Eagle Yearbook (Cookeville, TN) online yearbook collection, 1960 Edition, Page 1

1960

Tennessee Technological University - Eagle Yearbook (Cookeville, TN) online yearbook collection, 1961 Edition, Page 1

1961

Tennessee Technological University - Eagle Yearbook (Cookeville, TN) online yearbook collection, 1964 Edition, Page 1

1964

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