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'ma A ,. 1 '.,.x'-y P- V"'n"' f W: . ,N ' ' 4 ,,-Zh. L,--,L 70' ' fi S i I K f 'lQ3L'f?12MyA 3 X ff, gif? N ' . E", 7 V 'K VQQ We S -ff! '3"'i ' vs ,L 51 LL 35, ,:, , - L Z 5 LL J, 6 I A 3 Q?-Qzyfk . K fqf A 3 1 MZ mg! " Z 43 1?'gLz35f'5f"'N's uJmw""""'5't'l""'L 1 Q , f'?"'1i5!g2:q'?.?fw L ' iw 51 5, 5, fqzgl, L 1 X iff x 1,-ip . , gif I ' f. aw?-.:1,fL1 '3-a+5Z?W A. i iS'ii'ff'i1Tg'TWe1,, ,, .p"',A -v,.,"L' Xxwylw, V, ,ff ,ff .5-""" ff X ..,NMr,,..,.f- -A., ...w"" zf ff, ,J ,f W x A f hi' ,Q randy Uania. . . bf' X LM C8 gif' gina duty W ffkzwwrrrw . . . i nr in Ri 6' xgxt. KY -nw ana! Aer' afilairafionri Dedication To Harvey O. Davis . for his Contribution to Transylvania campus lilie . for his personal interest in every student with whom he Comes in Contact . for his efforts to instill in them high acaclenrie standards .for his friendly, unpretentious manner, which cornmancls the esteem and respect of every student . for his eontinuzxnee of the reputation whieh the A Cappella Choir has attained through the years . for his love. instilling in others 21 love. for the hnest in music . for his xntisical er'eatix'ity. which is I1 deep religions expression . . . we declicute the 1939 Cl7Zi7IZ.S07Z. I0 4'6- X President Dr. IRVIN E. LUNGER, AB., MA., BD., Ph.D. Transylvania is in her second century of education. It is to the advantage of the college that she has as her president and leader Dr. Lunger. He is a scholar a liberal, and a gentleman of quiet and unassuming friendliness. These 1 l qualities have won the loyalty and admiration of the students, faculty, and community. His devotion to the present and the future of Transylvania intensifies the respect which she has for him. g'What we are to be, we are now becomingf' N 1 2 RUSSELL WHITE, B.S. Comptroller LELAND A. BROWN, Ph.D. Academic Dean Boa rd of Curators David Ades, Lexington, Ky. Mrs. Kenneth B. Bowen, Lexington, Ky. T. Hassell Bowen, Lexington, Ky. Homer W. Carpenter, Louisville, Ky. Spence S. Carrick, Lexington, Ky. A. B. Chandler, Frankfort, Ky. Caruthers A. Coleman, Lexington, Ky. Vfilliam H. Courtney, Lexington, Ky. Frank G. Dickey, Lexington, Ky. Nathan Elliott, Lexington, Ky. Carl H. Fortune, Lexington, Ky. Charles Y. Freeman, jr., Aurora, Ill. J. Douglas Gay, Jr., Pine Grove, Ky. Thomas M. Giltner, Louisville, Ky. Joseph C. Graves, Lexington, Ky. David W. Griffin, Louisville, Ky. Hart Hagin, Lexington, Ky. Y'Vood Hannah, Louisville, Ky. Clinton M. Harbison, Lexington, Ky. Wlilliam P. Hardy, Oak Ridge, Tenn. Dyke L. Hazelrigg, Frankfort, Ky. Robert L. Houston, Eminence, Ky. PEARL ANDERSGN, M.A. Registrar FRANCES S. JENNINGS, M.A. Dean of Students 13 Grover C. Jones, Lexington, Ky. James A. Lollis, Danville, Ky. Frank L. McCarthy, Lexington, Ky. Davis T. McGarvey, Lexington, Ky. Raymond F. McLain, Cairo, Egypt Mrs. Myrtle Mae Mitchell, Lexington James A. Moak, Lexington, Ky. Gilmore N. Nunn, Lexington, Ky. Edward T. Oldham, Georgetown, Ky. Alfred G. Powell, Lexington, Ky. David Prewitt, Lexington, Ky. Julian C. Riffe, Danville, Ky. Frank A. Rose, Montgomery, Ala. Leslie R. Smith, Lexington, Ky. Ben Allen Thomas, Shelbyville, Ky. Charles Allen Thomas, St. Louis, Mo. Frank N. Tinder, Richmond, Ky. Harold Utter, Lexington, Ky. Charles A. Vance, Lexington, Ky. Clair Vough, Lexington, Ky. lVIrs. Robert M. YVatt, Lexington, Ky. A. WVhitehouse, Lexington, Ky. ww X EDWIN ALDERSON, Ph.D. Modern Languages Facult FELICA ANDERSON, Licence Des Lcttrcs, Sorborme French LAURA E. BALLARD House Director of Forrer H LILA BOYARSKY, Ph.D. all Biology ROBERT A. BRICKER. M.A. Music WILLIAM BUCKNER, M.A, Admissionx MITCHELL CLARKE, M,A, Englixh BRUCE COTTON, B.S. External Affairs A.B.CRAWFORD, Ph.D. Education HARVEY O. DAVIS, M.A. Muyic GEORGE E. DODDS, Ph.D. Political Scienoe and History HAROLD DOUGLAS, M.A. English LUCY Y. FISK, M.A. English ARNOLD FOSTER, M.A. Sociology MARGARET FOSTER, M.S. Art HANS HAHN, Ph.D. Pxychology fu if wg. 1, . 92x kg 4 ' 'T 9' A2 'E H 3 izmfw' LEP., " 1 A,-, ,z n . - W U' 'M' 3 5 N 'ka ?...1if, A E "k1 WJ GEM.: x af Y w wf' .f bs YV. SCOTT HALL, Ph.D Econornicx 11n1lC0un,reling JOHN HARRISON, Ph.D Englixlz ROBERT C. HAYNES, M.A., M.B.S. Natural Science NORMAN A. HEAP. AB. Drama and Speech ROEMEL HENRY. AB. Lilzrarian H. DAVID jENKINS..M.B.A. Economies and Businexx Administmtion JOE LEHMAN. BLA. Public Relations FRANKLIN LEYYIS. A.B.. S.T.M. Plzilasoplig' and Religion LARRY INICGEHEE. A.B. Alumni Affairs FRANCIS H. MITCHELL, Ph.D. Fine Arts MONROE MOOSNICK, M.A. Chemistry WILLIAM C. NIYLES, M.A. Education, Dean of Men Xuan"-4. 'W Wkm 16 C. M. NEWTON, M.A. Physical Education MILDRED VANCE RODES, M.A. Physical Education DONALD CLAYTON ROSE, Ph.D. Mathematics D. GLENN ROSE, B.D., M.A., Ph.D. Religion MANNING ROSE, M.S. Physics WINNIFRED SHANE, M.S. Home Economics HARRY STEPHENSON, M.A. Physical Education MARTHA JANE STONE, M.A. Music MARGARET WEHLE, M.M. Music JOHN WILLIAMS, M.S. Biology GEORGE WISE, M.A. Physical Education JOHN D. WRIGHT, Ph.D. History and Political Science ,, -3- V W. buzz,-Z 9 WMM. ix NW-,. , , in 3159 , 2 I, aye, ' 17 CI ss Officers Senior Class ofhcers are: Henry, presidentg Thaman, Gordon. nk ea' , , Sophomore C I a s s oHicers are: Smith, Pennington, Es- tridge, Hancock, president. :gs ns Junior Class ofhcers are: Scott, Almon, Kratzer, Mathis, presi- dent. , Q f ! an Freshman Class oiicers are: Pope, Inman Birch, Biddle, president. as -G 1, 5 Y Q V 9 Q nd ' W sq K5 Q' SJ x,,.5 2 . s Q 4 a 1. ff- "9':r ,,,, : .f5N,n' '2- 5+-1 ki, Senior Class sawn SHIRLEY LEE ADAMS Louisville, Kentucky Physical Education Delta Delta Delta Sorority, W.A.A., pres., sec., Pep Club. CARY MEADE ALEXANDER PRYNTHA DEPP ALEXANDER Shelbyville, Tennessee Glasgow, Kentucky Elementary Education Business Administration Phi Mu Sorority, A.W.S., W,A.A., Delta Delta Delta, Sorority, Vice- S.N.E.A., S.C.A. pres., treas,g W.A.A., treasg Pep Club, Choir, Band, Lampas. 20 JEAN BEVERLY Owenton. Kentucky Elementary Education Delta Delta Delta Sorority: social chairman, sec.3 S.C.A., W.A.A., S.N. EA., Pep Club, sec. RONALD BLACK Pleasureville. Kentucky Hixtory S.C.A., S.N.E.A., Band. az fu.: if .. . www. . ,vw fm.-f' 1-K WMF, ':""""7' I.R,C.. ser.-treus, CHARLES BRUMLEY Frankfort. Kentucky Hillary Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity. transfer. ANNE PRATIIER CAMMACK Owenton. Kentucky English Chi Uniegu. presg A,W.S,. treas.: HY? 'wwf' JANET SUE CARR lNIiClcllctown. Ohio lllzitic Erlucation Phi Mu Sorority. pres.: Phi Band. Choir. Mr 'Quo-N.. Beta, JAMES WILLIAM CARROLL Lexington. Kentucky Pre-law I.R.C., treas.: Circle HK". Rambler Drama. ANNE CONNAUGIITON Fort Smith. Arkansas English Chi Omega Sorority. Rambler. DENNIS CREECH South Irvine. Kentucky Business Administration Pep Club. Basketball. 22 JULIA JOAN CLINE Hollywood. Florida Piyclzology Chi Omega Sorority. I.R.C.. YV.A.A.. Punhvllt-nir Council. YY Wmsz"'s. PATRICIA RICE CRUTCHER Frankfort, Kentucky Elementary Education Dclta Zeta Sorority, pres,g S.C.A, S.N.E.A., Pep Club, Panhcllcnic Council, Chou. N V V PHILIP CUNNINCHAM Lawrenceville. Indiana Personnel Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity, I.F.C. - i.MA WM4' Transfer. 'Amp' ,W my LELIA ANN DICKINSON Glasgow, Kentucky JAMES DIAMOND Lexington. Kentucky Pre-dental Music Phi lNfIu Sorority. Phi Beta, S.N.E.A Ramble r, Band, Choir. BRUCE HILL FLORENCE Cynthiana. Kentucky Drama A.W.S,, Phi Beta. NEWELL NEALE FOSSETT Staten Island. New York Sosial Work W'.A.A.. A.IN'.S.. Transfer. 157 23 Delta Delta Delta Sorority W'-1 JO ANN ELDER Joncsborov. Arkansas Religious' Education Phi Mu Sorority, A.XN'.S.. Pep Club, Crimson, Rambler, S.C.A., Choir. 1 TN ,, v fs.-qv PEGGY GORDON Mayfield, Kentucky English Chi Omega Sorority, I.R.C., pres., vice-pres., S.C.A., pres., Student Council, A.WV.S., Lampas, Who's Who. JANET NICHOLS HAGLEY Somerset, Kentucky Elementary Education Delta Delta Delta Sorority, pres, S.N.E.A., Crimson, Rambler, Pep Club, Band, Choir. PAUL HARGIS BENJAMIN HENRY CHAN TANG HUANG Lexington, Kentucky Frankfort, Kentucky Formosa, China Philosophy and History Pre-dental Business Administration Phi Kappa Tau Fraternity, Junior Class, treas.g Senior Class, pres., Band. MARY MARGARET HUTCHINGS Carlisle, Kentucky Commerce CHARLOTTE INGRAM Maysville, Kentucky History Delta Delta Delta Sorority, A.W.S., pres., Lampas, Band. 24 JOHN RANDOLPH KITCHEN Ashland, Kentucky Philosophy Transylvanian, Choir, Drama, S.C.A LAURA LOU LENOX Foster, Kentucky Elementary Education Delta Zeta Sorority, sec.g YV.A.A., vice-pres.5 S.C.A., S.N.E.A., Pep Club. nw' Lacy? CLYDE McKEE Sinai, Kentucky Religion Drama, Pre-ministerial Association. Rambler. 'llama DAVID LOLLIS Danville, Kentucky Political Science Kappa Alpha Fraternity, Crimson, cditorg Rambler, editor, Board of Publications, chairman, Freshman Class, vice-pres.g Circle HK,,' Stu- dent Council. JOHN MclNNIS Nleridian. Blississippi Englixh Kappa Alpha Fraternity, pres. g Band, Lampas, Student Council, S.C.A., Circle HK," Pep Club. BRUCE PECK MacVEAN Manhasset, New York Economics Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity. PETER OSIVALD INIACS Lexington, Kentucky Pre-medical Circle "K," sec.-treas.g Tennis. PHILIP GUY MEININGER WILLIANI NULTON REBECCA OFFICER Davenport, Iowa New Brunswick, New Jersey Livingston, Tennessee History Business Administration Social Work Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity. Band, Phi Kappa Tau Fraternity, Tennis. Delta Delta Delta Sorority, Panhel- Student Council. lenic Council, sec.g Student Council. W.A.A., Accent on Religion. IVIYRA JANE OIVEN Alexandria. Kentucky History and Political Science S.C.A., S.N.E.A.. Student Coun- eil, Pep Club, WV.A.A. CHARLES TRENT OYVINGS Harvey. Illinois Philosophy Phi Kappa Tau Fraternity, chap- lain: Accent on Religion, chair- man. 2 6 I Phi lkiu Sorority, S,N.E.A.. Choir. Rambler. BOBBY PACE Louisville, Kentueky History and Politiml Science Basketball. Co-captain: Baseball. Pep Club. 5:7 Ns.. , ELIZABETH LICCETT PAXSON Fort Lauderdale. Florida Buxinesx Delta Delta Delta Sorority, Pep Club, Crimson, Rambler. mm M9045- -qv-qv CAROL PRATHER Livingston, Tennessee IWARY JO PRUITT Danville, Kentucky English History S.N.E.A. CLYDE ROPER Rye, New Hampshire Biology Phi Kappa Tau Fraternity. pres.: Freshman Class, pres.: Student Couneil. vice-pres.: Soplioinore W' LR 1+-SV' Class, pres.g Larnpas, YVl'i0's W'l10, Mr. Pioneer. INGRID ROPER lXIountain Lakes. New Jersey German Choir, S.C.A., S.N.E.A. 27 Phi Liu Sorority, XV.A.A., S.C.A., ANN HARDIN QUISENBERRY Mlinehester. Kentucky Elementary Education Delta Delta Delta Sorority, S.N.E X Pep Club. ' Af? 51 -- ,,,fmM,,,w DONALD ROSS Frankfort, Kentucky Psychology and Personnel Circle "KW ELIZABETH SCHIPHORST Louisville, Kentucky Elementary Education Chi Omega Sorority, Choir, S.N,E.A. BARBARA SCHWIER CHARLES EUGENE SCRUGGS GRADY SELLARDS Hebron, Kentucky Cullman, Alabama Lexington, Kentucky Elementary Education Comparative Literature Pre-medical Delta Zeta Sorority, S.C.A., S.N.E.A., Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity, Tran- Transfer. Pep Club. sylzianian. JOSEPH SLIGHTS Wlest Hartford, Connecticut Social Work Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity. JAMES SMYTH Ravenna, Kentucky Buxiness Administration Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity, pres., treasg Lampas. l.R.C., Christmas Dance, chairman. 28 FRANK SPRAGENS Lebanon, Kentucky History Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity. JIMMY STONE Atlanta, Georgia Psychology and Perxonnel m-,ff JOYCE ANN THAMAN Maysville. Kentueky Religioux Education Delta Delta Delta Sorority, pres.g Lampas, pres. 5 XV.A.A., Band, Cheerleader, Miss Transylvania. Xfrfuaff' W! 'Nl-Sbvidav-" DONNA STRAIN Crawfordsville. Indiana Psychology Delta Zeta Sorority, Panhelenie Council, pres., S.C.A., Christmas Dance, chairman: Student Council. Pep Club. JOHN TACKETT Lexington, Kentucky History Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity. Senior Class, vice-pres.g I.F.C., Vice-pres.g Student Couneil, treas.g Choir, The Maskers. NANCY SUE THOMPSON Harlan, Kentucky Modern Languages S.N.E.A. MARTHA UPSHUR Sumter, South Carolina Religion Crimson, editor, Board of Publi- cations, sec., Choir, Madrigal Singers, Transfer. HECTOR VanLENNEP Lexington, Kentucky Pre-law Board of Publications, treas., Washington Semester. GUY WALDROP Cullman, Alabama Religion Phi Kappa Tau Fraternity, vice- pres., Sophomore Class, vice-pres. 30 AMW Q,WniqQ.W1fai if:,,f.1,v:ta,:1XxiW NELL ROBINSON WALDROP Cullman. Alabama Physical Education and Sociology Chi Omega Sorority, vice-pres.g Sophomore Class, scc.g W.A.A., S.N.E.A. JOHN BRUCE WALKER Fort WVorth, Texas Mathematicx Phi Kappa Tau Fraternity. MARY ANN VVHITAKER Cynthiana, Kentucky Buriness Administration I.R.C., M.U.N.A.T., Transfer. ALICE COOK WILLS Louisville, Kentucky Elementary Education Delta Zeta Sorority, scc.g S.C.A., S.N.E.A, ruff Lowell Alexander Elwood, Indiana Priscilla Alley Ashland, Kentucky Beverly Allsmiller Winchester, Kentucky Sue Almon Evansville, Indiana .I u n Nick Carter Q Leverne Barlow Utica, Mississippi James Barter Lexington, Kentucky Roger Bishop Portsmouth, Ohio Trent Bobbitt Middletown, Ohio Herbert Borleis Scotch-Plains, New Gregory Bruce Washington, D. C. Jersey Lexington, Kentucky James Carter Toledo, Ohio Anna Ruth Clark Lexington, Kentucky Ruth Ann Clary Shirley Collins Lexington, Kentucky Independence, Kentucky Charles Costahell Scarsdale, New York Tom Crunner Lexington. Kentucky Judy Hardesty Louisville, Kentucky AHL .-My Sara Lee Hawkins Louisville. Kenturky Dora Koundnkjinn Beirut, Lebanon . . h 'W 'L itll may 1 ..f , A W ' J ' .1 P M K 1. - , li , ,, t Y to . gf, V:V,i 5 . Bill Evans Clarksclztle, Nlississippi Leslie Johnson Paris, Kentucky Stuart Johnson Lexington, Kentueky YVillinm Johnson Lexington. Kentuvky Mary Nlargaret Jones Lexington, Kentucky Beverly Jouett YN'inc'hester. Kentueky Betty Kidwell Union City, Tennessee Ellen Freeman Aurora, Illinois Eleanor Fox Winchester, Kentucky -x AWWVQQ 'vs' Robert Divk Longo Jzunes lXICCord Krzxtler Ft. Lnuclerdzile Bit. Prospect Kit. Sterling Florida Illinois Kentucky A Q-wg' Thomas lNICCrny Columbus, Ohio .nv at Us , , -, , .1 wif is ' Keith inet Suv Mcfluire NIcDon1ld McGinnis Mt. Sterling She lby Ohio Louisx ills: Kcntufky Kcntuc ky Bctlyc' Zoe: Marruttziy Taylorsville. Kc'ntuc'ky Bill Martin Frankfort. Kcnturky Lewis Mathis Sha-lbyville, Knntufky Osfzxr Rhys Hopkinsville. Kvnturky Ann Blvriwctllcr Birminghzirn. txlillllllllfi. Trfd Monroe Falmouth. Kentucky Donald Pliilpot Lexington. K1'l1lllI'ky' . . :Eli . f" , 2.. 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Mil ? Nancy Frankenberger Louisville, Kentucky Robert Humlong Dot Couch Tullahoma, Tennessee Anna Lee Sutton Cyrus Frankfort, Kentucky Betty Brents Giltner Louisville, Kentucky W'anda Green Owensboro, Kentucky Don Hancock Dawson Springs, Kentucky Don Hillock Betty Stewart Davis Louisville, Kentucky Carlisle, Kentucky Richard Holloway Fulton, Kentucky Nancy Howser Louisville, Kentucky John Inman Maysville, Kentucky Louisville, Kentucky Necmiye Ileri Eskishir, Turkey 37 Linda Johnson Louisville, Kentucky Marilyn Estridge Beverly, Kentucky David Knight Indianapolis, Indiana Lola Lzxwrctnfc Paris. Kcutllcky Betty l,4'lXInrr Nlayfivld. Kc-nluvky ' 'Q Ami Lewis Iiuwrc'11c'c'li111'g'. Kfintufky 5 .Alf JLIIIF llziriiu Brvrifln lxffflilllgllt Clarksville. Tc-rincsscv Tom Bfniishzxll Louisxillv. Kt'Illllf'ky' Paris. Kf'I1Illl'ky' Shirley Xlzirtiu FlO1Wl'Ilf'C'. Krinluvky Plierluizi lvlzlthis Ashlimcl. Kr'uti1c'liy Richard lN'Tic'linc'ls Evelyn Klziiris lNIziysvillv. 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'l'v1i1u'sSvv Eleanor Lollis Rose Elizabethtown, Kentucky Glenn Swindler Louisville, Kentucky Sarah Thompson Tullahorna, Tennessee Lawrence Rosen Patchogue, New York Mary Lou Shely Louisville, Kentucky Harry Varner Cynthiana, Kentucky Ginger Vaught Somerset, Kentucky Sam Ware Ashland, Kentucky Eleanor Ruth Webb Lexington, Kentucky Noel Weller Maysville, Kentucky Meadena Wesley Clarksville, Tennessee Barbara Whalen Lexington, Kentucky Joe VVise O,Bannon, Kentucky lVade Wficters Franklin, Virginia 39 Donna Kay Smith Harlan, Kentucky jane Kay Smith Shelbyville, Kentucky Nancy YVollert Louisville, Kentucky Byron Young Somerset, Kentucky Dale Adams Lexington, Kentucky ,e Freshmen fy 'xr . L ' 'EP in LQ ,K 4 I L-k: 2 2 xX Phillip Akers Mary Jo Akin Robert Pineville Burlington .Alexander Kentucky Kentucky Glasgow Kentucky Ea? Barbara Boss Kevil. Kentucky T X A 13-'-7' Martha Barnes Lexington, Kentucky Rosemary Barrett Lexington. Kentucky 'William Bartholomew Birmingham, Alabam Janice Bates ig V A . . if! A VFW' Charles Bowman Jackson, Ohio 'QI' Fran Bozievich Bethesda Maryland 40 Midway, Kentueky Kitty Beck Frankfort, Kentucky Robert Biddle Nfaysville. Kentucky 21 Shirley Brooking Bedford Indiana f N! Susan Archer Shelbyville, Tennessee Carolyn Billick Ashland. Kentucky Diane Birch Ashland. Kentucky Leonard Brown Lexington. Kentucky A William Bryan Fort Lauderdale, Florida Nancy Chester Marion, Illinois - f . .. N5 5 x it sq? if i Nancy Clemons Winchester, Kentucky Joseph DeLong New York, New York J R r , , yrcic . 1 as --1 :X L, f - -K ' ,, , '- fy- 5 -7 21:3851- ,, ,. 1 - in ' -V9 . ". u Charlotte Terry Carolyn Bryant Cameron Cannon Mayfield Oceanside Deland Kentucky New York Florida John Compton ' -' 5 Neon, Kentucky E Carolyn Corbitt ' if fai n, hx ulzvu Ashland, Kentucky , if ,' Sarah Jane Cox awe- - 5 " Spotswood, New Jersey Lynne Craig Louisville, Kentucky Sara Davis Versailles, Kentucky Sharon Day Tulsa, Oklahoma Carrolyn Bettie Lou Randy Dyer Downing Duff Arlington Lexington Mt. Sterling Virginia Kentucky Kentucky 41 James Carpenter Canton, Missouri James Eagan Hopkinsville, Kentucky A, , A ,W H 'S 1 W ' . be 1' 11-23? :Rv ' 1. , on xg . Ritchey Eldred Louisville, Kentucky - -ef, W f . 2 Q , ' Ss Kay Ewing Falmouth Kentucky Q? -'-' Phillip Frazier 'S' 1 it .V 'Rf EMS: R , , -awww Kitty Foley Lexington. Kentucky Harold Farlee Bruce Fitch Louisville New York Kentucky New York Jerry Garrison Westfield, New Jersey Thomas Foster .- 4 Danville, Kentucky . 1 3 Salyersville. Kentucky Shirley Frey Indianapolis. 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Q Q rganizafiond Student Council STANDING: Stewart, vice president. FIRST ROW: Meri- Oliver, Alexander, Bishop, Marshall, Stroker. NOT PIC wether, secretary, Tackett, treasurer, Frankenberger, TURED: Ferguson, president. Smith, Strain, Moloney, Rose. SECOND ROW.' Pedley, Association of Women Students STANDING: Ingram, president. FIRST ROW.' Frankenberger, secretary, Watkins, second vice presi- dent, Whalen, treasurer. SECOND ROW: Gaines, freshman representativeg Almon, first vice president. The Maskers Members of The Maskers. honorary drama. organization are pic- tured as follows: Evans, Rogers, Marattay, Craner. SECOND ROW.' Richardson, Crain. THIRD ROW: Webb, Morris, Hop- kins, Gibbs, Birch, Craig, Cella, Lawrence. Janet Stout and Bill Exans take the leading roles in the Fall drama. production, The Torchbearers. Phi Beta SEATED: Dickinson, president. STANDING: Starkey, Carr, Mnrattay, Allsmiller, Mathis, Nisbct, Spradling, Birch. 49 Circle QQ Q! FIRST ROW: Young, Barnes, Gross, president Baker. SECOND ROW: Baker, honorary member Wfilliams, Romaine, Johnson, Kidwell, Dyer witz, Pope. Student National Education Association FIRST ROW: Giltner, Kidwell, president: Whalen, Collins. SECOND ROW: Cannon, Auter, Alexander, Nocller, Roper, Eldred. THIRD ROW: Jouett, Prather, Hardesty, Thompson, jones, Spradling. FOURTH ROW: Carr, Marattay, Dick- enson, Waldrop, Starkey. 50 Eagan, Carroll, Sanders, Bryant. THIRD ROW. O'Brien. FOURTH ROW: Monroe, Wilson, Zano- International Relations Club The M.U.N.A.T. Steering Committee meets to plan this year's model United Nations. Bill Martin welcomes foreign students to the Interna- tional Relations Club on the Transylvania Campus. FIRST ROW: Costabell, Smith, Martin, Williams. SECOND ROW: Vwlang, Kim Koundakjian, VVebb, Ileri, Cella, Green, McGinnis, Johnson, Huang. 51 FIRST ROW: Templeton, vice presidentg Bishop, Beach Smith. presidentg McKnight, seeretaryg Myers, Butter worth, treasure-rg llumlong. SECOND ROW: Stivers, Nodler, Autor, Davis, Barlow, Lewis, Bayless, Sheloy, Johnson, THIRD RO W: Wfeller, Hardesty, Jouett, Ches- ter, Archer, Frey, Gaines. Nisbet, Kerehevzxl. FOURTH ROIV: Bryant, Duff, Kidwell, VVilmooth, Spradling, Brooking, Kar-ser, Geeslin, Mains. FIFTH ROW: Hop- kins, Hupp, Alexander, Bobbitt, Inman, Stauffer, Inman. Student Christian Association 32. if P,it 7 . FNB Vespers are held in both Ewing and Forrer Ilzills eaeh week under the sponsorship of the S.C.A. 52 Women'-3. Athletic Association FIRST ROW: Linberg, Alexander, president, Lenox. SECOND ROW: Scott, Waldrop, Rodes, sponsor. Pep Club CHEERLEADERS: Moore, Mathis, Moloney, Birch Tharnan, VVylie. FIRST ROIVJ Rullman, Bozievich, Al- ley, Fox, Boss, Arvin, president, Barbour, Wiley, Marr, Green, Inman. SECOND ROW: Young, Williams, San- ders, Kidwell, Gross, Hillock, Bryant, McDonald, Hard THIRD ROIV: Baker, A. Baker, Lenox, Billick, Watson, Beach, Alexander, Schwier, Rogers, Farlee, FOURTH ROIV: Eagan, Romaine, Dyer, Barnes, Monroe, Wilson Pope, Templeton, Wilson, Zanowitz, 0'Brien, Short. Scholarship Leadership Character SEATED: Cammack, Thaman, Crain, Gordon STANDING: Smyth, Mclnnis. Lampas Clyde Roper meets with newly tapped Lampas members to plan the annual Leadership Re- treat. SEATED: Williams, Jouett, Alexander, Kidwell, Scott, Ingram. STANDING: Krat- zer, Evans, Roper, Stewart, Martin, Stroker. ,ZS f'55?"f4'5' i , A . , W' ,al ,. ,6 , Q ,lp itil May ? iag , A 3 'V , ' 'R ff at ELK Xf ih X P68 5 s , 'J ,1:, K f 1 1 L. , L,-'E Delta Delta Delta FIRST ROW: Beverly. Alexander, Haglcy, Moss. SEC OND ROW: Day, Cannon, Eldred, Rfartin, Huff. Lath ram, Wiley, Quisenberry, Ingram. THIRD ROPV: Cald well, Mathis, Stout, Smith, Collins, Miller, Thompson. X .l R of i Xh f - x d, ?"! Q D Beta Zeta of Delta Delta Delta was established at Transylvania College in 1908. - Thaman. Blason. FOURTH ROW: Birch Spradling, - Alexander, Gantcr, Officer, Paxson, Billick, Freeman, Johnson, Craig. President . . , Viee President Secretary .. Treasurer . . . OFFICERS Janet Hagley .. Melva Moss Jean Beverly Pryntha Alexander See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil . . unless we get the opportunity. Liggett and her long, lovely and luscious legs. Dr. Alexander and two aides prepare to operate on coke bottle. F l 5 Santa Claus never looked so good! 57 5.-' if The newest style in maternity clothes? 00 W0 G Y Q E O 0 000' I' f.. Q . I '4 g av! Q7 9 'f ,Q 'meg 0. gl' Delta Theta of Phi Mu was chartered at Transylvania Col- lege on November 7, 1939. I Mechanical minded co-eds operate on broken car door. Drumming up votes for Moloney in the Phi Mu chapter room. Phi Mu Who is the pretty one in the center of the Hrst row? What nice legs you have, and you, President of A.W.S.! FIRST ROW: Meriwether, Allsmiller, Carr, Watkins SECOND ROW: Tuttle, Boss, Foley, Frey, Scott, Phil- lips, Alexander, Williams, Scott. THIRD ROW: Lodge Stauffer, Starkey, Thompson, Jones, Chester, Prather, OFFICERS President . . . . Janet Sue Carr Vice President . . . . . . Beverly Allsmiller Secretary . . . . . . Linda Watkins Treasurer . . . . . Ann Meriwether Pruitt, Hawkins. FOURTH ROW: Marattay, Crain Elder, Linberg, Brooking, Dickinson, Geeslin, Kaeser VVhalen, Moloney. Pledges go into business with high hopes of making enough to pay initiation fees. 59 1 Chi Omega OFFICERS President ..... .............. B everly Jouett Vice President . . . . . Nell Waldrop Secretary .. .. Judith Hardesty Treasurer . . . . Brents Giltner Q U Q Q 7X Q Q I 4 . 1 Q Q .Emo Q r nw X 'f Q 2 f Q Q I 9' Q 1 Q 4 Chi of Chi Omega was founded on Transylvaniafs campus in 1903. FIRST ROW: Almon. Hardesty, Jouett, Waldrop, Gilmer. Gordon. SECOND ROW: McKnight, Stern, Davis. Lewis. Barbour, Auter, Nodler, Rose. THIRD ROW: Akin, Moore. LeMarr, Green, Osbourne, Mains. Frrmkcnherger. Srhiphorst, Smith, FOURTH ROW: NVinkler. Killebrew, O'Gonner, Duff. McGin nis. Gaines. Smith. Stivers. W'eller. FIFTH ROW. Wilmouth, Archer, Inman, Gerhold, McGullagh Beach, Cline, Bryant, Hopkins. 7' V. ,g L, M 3' if x What might be in the trophies that would mix well with cokes? Q ,wi-fe, . W F3 :?: I fr .J iv? 7 i i 1' 5 21, r x 'G l G JR as-4 3 vs- , 'Q 3' Seven out of eight girls come to Transylvaniag the eighth is on the far right. Barmaids take time out to be mermaids. if is 11 Q, iff mu isa f i s 1' 55i l35i5' iii' 1'7'2" lv- 5fsZ3li,iuQQE,. sf,'Gfi?,l3i:4 V I- Wi.S'iA1: Cheesecake and cowboys in the Chi Omega chapter room. Chi Omcgas toasting before the false Ere place. ,Q 4 Getting ready for room inspection in Forrer Hall. Smile bigger, Janet. Delta Zeta New pledges are treated to a feast in the Delta Zeta Chapter Room. Ribboning Day always brings a variety of expressions. Some of them are ridiculous! VV ng Kb DIQIQIQ x Iimml Delta Gamma of Delta Zeta was founded on Transylvania's cam- pus in 1954. Palm reading is one of the many talents displayed and practiced at Transylvania. Some receive gifts while others wonder if they ever will OFFICERS President .... ..... H ilda McKee Vice President .. Laura Lou Lenox Secretary . . . . . Barbara Schwier Treasurer . . . . Shirley hlartin Always a bridesmaidg never a bride. But this doesn't keep her from practicing. FIRST ROW: Martin, Lenox, Barbara Sehwier, McKee. Kercheval. THIRD ROW: VVa11ace, Lindsay, Amburgey, SECOND ROW: johnson, Cooke, Rice, Sparks, Grubbs, Baker, Betty Schwier, Bowen, Begley, Strain. 63 Phi Kappa Tau FIRST ROIV: Nicholson, Waldrop, Roper, Boruff. SEC- Hupp, McCord, Brown, Young. Morgan, Farlee. Longo, OND ROIV: Stroker, Owings, Philpot, Gatewood, VVzxlker, FOURTH ROW: Ruth, Cardwell, Butterworth. Inman. Marshall, Bodine, Hill, Stauffer, THIRD ROW: Biddle, Rullman, Stewart, Bobbitt, Shephard, Evans, Nulton. f Q22 E3 Q Q QQ Theta of Phi Kappa Tau was established at Transylvania in 1919. OFFICERS President .. ,. Clyde Roper Vice President . . . . . Guy lValdrop Secretary .. .. Don Nicholson Treasurer ., .. John Boruff 64 This is Fun Night! Smile, boys! Ingrid Roper is honored as the Phi Tau Dream Girl of 1959. Brothers and friends enjoy 21 less formal form of recreation. Sweet young thing is wooed by tall dark This is the Phi Tau 'Tir-stu." but Norinun obviously has trouble un stranger. derstanding Spanish. l Happy's face shines on the poker game. Kappa Alpha Alexander and MCCray make eyes as Slights emerges from Jazz cool and easy at the Pi Knpp Student Center Party his suite in Ewing Hall. The Pi Kapps are born lovers: Brother Slights just got cut out. l v l 66 z Q4 MVA 'db' Q O' 456 'Ab' Kappa Chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha was founded at Tran- sylvania in 1900. QE 2 A ,Y 5 M L, 2 lv if if U 3 W? ,Q M! ..,.:'f..V J . W we 31' -F J Y 5 W Rf 'W f 51' v Kappa Alpha O vo 0 O O Q -KA QD o 0 O o Oo OFFICERS Q 06 o G President ..... John D. Melnnis 1 0 0 G ' 0 .,,,f' Vice President .. James R. Stephens Egfr.-it-1' Secretary .. .. C. Lewis Mathis Al h Tl f K Al h Treasurer .. Wlilliarn B. Martin P 3 lata O appa P a was established at Transylvania College in 1891. FIRST ROIV: Stephens, Mclnnis, Mathis. SECOND Wise, Carter. FOURTH ROW: Varner, Carpenter, Filer ROW: Kratzer, McPheeters, Martin, Pedley, Leedy. Ware, Alexander, Hancock, Costabell, Huber. NOT PIC- THIRD ROW: Hitt, Bryant, McDonald, Templeton, TURED: Arvin. 68 The K,Afs always wear their Confederate uniforms to the Old South Ball. Harry Varner and friend pay hommage to an old K.A. Rose. Varner nurses his beloved one as the brothers strive for the best possible view. Colonel Ware gets the cold shoulder at the annual Old South Ball. Bill Arvin demonstrates the famous "Nicholasville Stompf' 69 Delta Sigma Phi Transylvanizfs top athletes work out at Herrington Lake. it rines with water on the rocks. 70 Don Kidwell toasts the U. S. Ma- Pledges limber up in anticipation of hell weekg wall-sitting is a favorite pas- time of pledges at Transylvania. AZCIJ xg! Beta Mu of Delta Sigma Phi was established locally in 1941. Delta Sig formal? OFFICERS Prcsidcnl . . . . . . . Jim Smyth Vice Pre-sid:-nt . . . . . Gerald Morris Secretary . . . . Jon Alexander Treasurm' .. . Gone Scruggs FIRST ICUIV: ?XlOI'l'lS. Smyth, Kiclwvll. Sfrugss. .S'IfCOND ICUHY Gross, Akcrs. Stcin. THIRD ICOIV: 'l'41c'lu-tt. Cfoiiiptmi. Dye-xp flI'L1Ill'1'. .'Xl4'XLlIlClFI', I"OI'RTII RUIV: lwlighcld, Knight. Smyth. Aclzims. Bell. 71 Inter-Fraternity Council SEATED: Smyth. Roper. Xxlllffx. presidr-nt: Mclnnis. Carter. STANDING: King. Shephard Templeton, Young. YN'ingHcld. Tackett. Panhellenic Council SEATED: Cline, StaufTcr. Lnthram. STANDING: Amburgey. Scott. presidentg Smith, Officer. I 1 va If Crimson Beauty Miss Peggy Gordon Senior Class 74- Crimson Beauty Miss Ellen Freeman Junior Class 75 Crimson Beauty Miss Pherbia Mathis Sophomore Class 76 mai' 'Kiev Crimson Beauty Miss Diane Birch Freshman Class If Mountain Laurel Representative Snow Ball Queen Miss Linda Johnson 78 K A X . , Q Q., 1' is A is y n - ns V i. Q Q rx Y' - 1 '92 ' 1 I ,H i Vi. Q' 5 Q -, 1 1 Y L ' E, .fi 'wffgn WA if ' ,,. m , . M r ,, S av Q x Tl Q Q A in V , my me bil! f 21:9-+53 ' w'f'?Qi3 an .' ii, .X ,Lx f, ,yfiff 5- YV it P 2 'G "f,p W .fu i 2 Q ki' ,' Ski? MJ' f A 2., Q. ' HV., S . 51-Q. X.. Q M553 - ,V .rg M 'gf L k y 4? MQ , Q H 1 is , ,ig if X ffl Transylvania A Cappella Choir under the clircrtion of Harvey O. Davis Choir and Band Transylvania Band under the dircvtion of Robert A. Bricker. 80 Student Publications Student Board of Publications Stroker, chairman leads business meeting with members of the Board of Publicitions Costabell Alexander, treasurerg Mathis, Upshur, secretary. Not Picfured: Kratzer, VanMeter, Harrison, sponsor. Editors Upshur and Kratzcr leave for the Associated Collegiate Press Convention in Chicago. This is the first time that Transyl- vania has participated in a national press convention. It is hoped that in the future, Transylvanials publications will improve bc- eause of knowledge gained at this sort of convention. 81 Transylvanian Preparing material for the Spring issue of The Transylvanian are: Williams, Craig, Kitchen, Ware, VanMeter, editor, Kratzer, Akers. The Crimson Rambler SEATED: Smith, Green, Wfilliams, Johnson, Mathis. SECOND ROlV: Day. Boss, Craig S. Johnson, Moloney. THIRD ROW: Carpenter. Sanders, lNlzirtin. Fitch, O'Brien, Cella Costabell. 82 The Crimson Marty Upshur Editor Members of the staff of The Crimson are: FIRST ROW: Chester, Frey, Winges, Hancock. SECOND ROW: Moloney, Billick, Gerhold, Gaines, Upshur, editor. 83 'Q . I f V5 k 2 6' 2 6 a Q2 -f .Aw ,mi Q i 1 5 V 9 mf, Sadie Hawkins Day 84 ,i-.-.. - V Off and Runnin The Winners Circle Patsy Alexander and Bill Arvin enjoy their reign as Daisy Mae and Lil Abner. v 25, 2, X A A f vi, i 1 y A i if e A . W 85 W The Snow Ball Miss Snow Ball and Court Crowning of the Queen Dale Ferguson crowns the 1959 Queen of the Snow Ball, Miss Linda. Johnson. New Tradition Begins A new tradition begins with the procession during The Hanging of the Greens, Dr. Lunger reads The Christmas Carol to the first audience. Hanging of the Greens 5 Transylvania Day I 959 aaaa a 90 Q Miss Transylvania and Mr. Pioneer IRTHSA m "? Q' "' Miss Transylvania Joyce Thaman Mr. Pioneer Clyde Roper Dr. Lunger presents trophy for winning ban- ner to Bill Evans representing Phi Kappa Tau. At Medieval Fair . . . ,f r 92 Market E+ Villagers Feast . . . Bowl Awards Day I959 f ...., 1 ax ,a ' W , pdf . ,V RFQ 1 .W ik ,rhk WA,k Y Vw Recognition Day .-wiv' ,ummm .f 94 Senior Day ,aff EE Www fhffl 3? WS? Bmw 'A gf . - I2 . 7 s . wg, Q Y . vm bg g ,fx 5 ,zf 3 5 g 3 Nl' 4 7' .f FV 1.3 1 .. 5 M :iff Dr. Lunger Presides Commencement Class of '59 Graduates Dr. Willard Speaks 97 Haupt Humanities Building I960 Transylvania? 98 QQQN Proposed Social Science Building Future 99 Forrer Hall Women's Dormitory Completed and Dedicated in l959 100 ' f ' my - W , Mff If 1 1 -ffrwd-'M tivfyf ,gsax 6- QVVM if and .ggmll Bmiflii 4 Wagga?- uwzmu .fdfkfeficd 5521 ggklxt LEFT TO RIGHT: Swindler, Tibbs, Hale, Filer, Inman, Alexander, Willoughby, Rullman, Watson, Creech, co-captaing Stewart, Pace, co-eaptaing Longo, Stidham. Lincoln Memorial Lincoln Memorial . Pikeville ......... West Virginia Tech Union ........... Centre ....... Berea .......... David Lipscomb .. Bellarmine ....... West Virginia Tech Alderson-Broaddus Kentucky Wesleyan Villa Madonna . . . Transylvania Pioneers Basketball 1959 Transy. Opp. ...69 57 ...79 82 ...77 101 ...77 74 ...78 63 ...61 60 ...71 72 ...74 68 ...75 69 ...78 100 ...97 86 ....63 58 ....72 67 Transy. Opp Union .... .... 7 3 76 Bellarmine .... .... 6 8 73 Berea .... ...... .... 5 5 51 Indiana Central . . .... 76 82 Georgetown ..... .... 6 7 80 Villa Madonna . . .... 69 74 Pikeville ...... .... 9 5 92. Ccntre ..... .... 8 2 75 Hanover .... .... 9 8 74 Georgetown . . . .... 83 75 Pfeiffer ......... .... 1 01 72 Berea-K.I.A.C. , . . . . . . 53 72 A Dennis Creech Most Valuable Player QANSP P. E- QQKRUCTUR LEFT TO RIGHT: Macs, McChord, Inman, Stewart, Cardwell, Guerrant, Wieters. NOT PI CTURED: Newton, coach. Coaches Tennis Harry Stephenson C. M. Newton Jack Wise ,PW ' ' ' ..c....., lj " A ' - ff? g - ff -M ' ' ' 'V' 'ME' '- M , i - rctsr E . L is ' ,Q 3 tx "W W H "': 5,7 ,,. ,1 V K ff - 1 ., ' 'A " M - ' 4-'pf 't g .":.. E ' E E E ,1 gg - W ' :I . jfaj: 5:55 ' ,Vk QQ"7'fs2gE::2s.g?- ' .. ' V M , 1 1 1Lr'L ' 1 on kg if : - V A, Q 7 g 5 t ,., 15 , I K X st Mx , "' M 7 gf .: . ' J Q1 ,Z -2. gh we 1 fglhx , W K 76.1, K , ,A+ M V 2 f Q MM..,,,,,,m.4 Cheerleaders CHEERLEADERS ARE: Moloney, Birch, Thaman, Mathis, Moore, Wylie. ,xv , 4 Gkdf LEFT TO RIGHT: B. Hill, Croucher, Stephenson, coach, J. Hill, Pedley. BasebaH FIRST ROW: Mathis, Lucas, Hillock, jenkins, Longo, McCartney, Williams, Bartholemews Q SECOND ROW. Wise, coach, Carter, Bennett, Jenkins, Chrxstofield, Swindler, Lou Allen, Bodine, Ran. Em? R Q O. 71 1 .. ,, s,vf M. ll s L 5 www! ,ff f-55.24 O .K waive-'rw.msmfa a if n1 mlnmw KAPPA ALPHA INTRAMURAL TEAM PICTURED ABOVE: Stevens, McDon- ald, Wise, Leedy, Arvin. SECOND ROW: Hancock, Filer, Alexander, Templeton, Vamer, Costabell. Men's ' Intramurals Volleyball Basketball Football Softball . . . Phi Tau, K. A., Independents Win Men's Intramurals Phi Mu Takes Women's Women's Intramurals PHI MU INTRAMURAL TEAM Lodge, Scott. Allsmiller, Chester, Wil Iiams. SECOND ROW: Hawkins, Geeslin, Brooking. Linberg, Kaeser, EI der. . Phi Tau's Independents Independents K.A.'s 5 X i


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