Troy University - Palladium Yearbook (Troy, AL)

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PALLADIUM for 1957 Published by TROY STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE Troy, Alabama Editor— LANCE GRISSETT v V IB. I mm jsl BSf Bbbi IT ll m Warn gBaJIMy 55 -PlllflllJ fl I ! ? fmir AJ I RENWICK CAR sympathetic friend V the stulbnts good will ambassador for the J llege rmtian i and notable example of the Ch this PALLADIUM f is affectionately and gratef dekh in practice, DR. C. B. SMITH President mm t .-X " C ■ W» ■ Y-r V v-V fe ■ t ■ G. R. BOYD B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Dean AUXFORD SARTAIN B.A., M.A., History Assistant Dean R. H. ERVIN B.A., M.A., Ed.D. Psychology Dean of Instruction ERMAN E. LESTER B.S. Business Manager L. CLAY STABLER B.S. College Treasurer AURIE G. THAGARD Director of Housing — b .± LUCY AA. WHITE B.S., L.S. Assistant Librarian THELMA C. MERSHON B.A., B.S., L.S. Librarian ANNETTE S. PARKS B.S. Assistant Librarian JAMES B. CLEMENTS B.S. Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds LUCILLE K. BOYD B.S., English Social Director THOMAS J. McCLAIN B.S., M.A. Assistant Registrar MARGARET S. CROWE Director, Pace Hall IRENE P. McLEOD Director, Cowart Hal KATE G. SHELBURNE M.A. Director, Shackelford Hall MARTHA SEALE WARD MARTHA K. ROSE MARY E. RICH B.S., M.A. Secretary to the President R.N. Dietitian College Nurse Pi HAROLD E. GREEN D.Ed. Education Head of Department HARRIS HARVILL B.S., M.A., Ph.D. Education MARY R. MASON B.S , MA. First Grade Training School FOY INGRAM B.S., MA. Second Grade Training School WANDA ROY NELLIE HITT B.S., M.A. B.S., M.A. Third Grade Fourth Grade Training School Training School MARY VIC AAAUK B.S., M.A. Music TEX K. WHALEY B.S., M.A. Sixth Grade Training School JOHN P. GRAHAM B.A., M.A., Ed.D. Music Head of Department JAMES PATRENOS B.S., M.A. Music Director, Marching Band VIOLET G. ERVIN B.A., Mus.B. Piano (Private) OLIVIA K. RAINER B.A. Music FRANK P. RAINWATER A.B., M.A., Ph.D. English ALTON R. CATES, JR. MA. English EMMETT KILPATRICK B.A., M.A., Docteur Es-Lettres English Head of Department JANETTE S. ROSENBERG B.A., M.A., Ed.D. English DELORES TURNER B.S., MA. English JAMES PENROD B.S., M.A., Ph.D. English A 4 MARY H. LOCKRIDGE A.A., B.A., M.A. English R. C. WYATT THELMA B. GOODWIN Ph.D. B.A., M.A. English English MERLE F. BASS B.S. Mathematics ROSCOE D. KELLEY VIRGIL COLLINS B.S., M.A. B.S., M.A. Mathematics Mathematics Head of Department . J WHILDEN BLACKWELL B.A., B. Lift., M.A. English and Romance Languages LEMAR STEPHAN B.S., Ph.AA. Geography LENICE E. STEPHAN B.A., M.A. Social Studies HENRY E. STERKX B.A., M.A., Ph.D. History BROOKS THOMPSON B.S., M.A., Ph.D. History LEONARD Y. TRAPP B.S., M.A., Ph.D. History WILLIAM SCHELLINGS M.A., B.Ed. History ERNEST D. RIGGSBY M.A. Science GILBERT O. SPENCER B.S., M.A. Science WILLIAM T. WILKS B.A., M.S., Ed.D. Science Head of Department MARION McDOUGLE A.B. Science ROBERT A. DIETZ B.S., M.A., Ph.D. Science I w D. C. WIDDOWSON B.S., M.A., M.Ed. Ed.D. Science LAURESON FORRESTER B.S., MA Science w. d Mclaughlin MA Science ALICE THORNTON B.A., M.A. Art Acting Head of Department EARL YOUNG B.A., M.A. Art PAUL ELWYN NIX B.S. Physical Education Head Baseball Coach WILLIAM CLIPSON B.S., M.A., Ph.D. Physical Education Head Football Coach JOHN A. ARCHER M.A. Physical Education Head Basketball Coach EARL WATSON B.S., Ed.AA., Ph.D. Physical Education Head of Department ISABEL V. L. WATSON B.S. Physical Education Director, Women ' s P.E. EZRA D. HEYLER M.Ed. Business Education Head of Department PAULINE TRANUM B.A., M.A. Business Education SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Jo Ann Johnson, Claire McDaniel, Jack Hix, Helen Lisenby. JACK HIX President CLAIRE AAcDANIEL Vice President HELEN LISENBY Secretary JOANN JOHNSON Treasurer TOMMY IVEY ADAMS, JR. Troy, Alabama B.S., Bus. Ad., History IRC, BSU, 1953-54; Treasurer, Sophomore Class, Choir, 1954-55; Senator, 1955-56; Notari, 1956-57. ROSA T. M. ALDARONDO Puerto Rico B.A.; English, Art, Spanish IRC, 1955; Playmakers, WAA, IRC, House Council, Shackelford Hall, 1956-57. SUE ANDERSON Coffee Springs, Alabama B.S.; Bus. Ad., Math BSU, Choir, 1954-55; BSU, Choir, Notari, BSU Executive Council, Kappa Delta Pi, 1955-56; Notari, BSU Executive Council, Kappa Delta Pi, 1956-57. MAURICE JACKSON ANDRESS Montgomery, Alabama B.S.; Phys. Sci., Math, Bio. Sci. Wesley Foundation, 1953-54; Wesley Foundation, Specs Club, 1955-56; Wesley Foundation, Specs Club, 1956-57; University of Alabama, 1954-55. RALPH ANDREWS Dothan, Alabama B.S.; Bus. Ad , English BSU, Notari, 1954-55; FTA, Nolan, Kappa Delta Pi, 195 56; BSU, FTA, Notari, Kappa Delta Pi, 1956-57. CHESTER BAGGETT Brewton, Alabama B S., Music, English Band, Choir, Madrigals, Wavemen, 1951-54; Religious Council. 1952-53; " Pirates of Penzance " Operetta, Friends of lrm», 1953 54; Band, Choir, Madrigals, Wavemen, Collegiate Singers. " Robin Hood " Operetta. Friends of Irma, 1956-57 li»rfift FRANK BAKER Fitzgerald. Georgia 8.S., Math, Science FTA. 195455, Specs Club. 1955 56; Specs Club, 1956 57 WILLIAM THEODORE BALDWIN, JR. Americus, Georgia B.S. Science, Phys Ed " T " Club. Specs Club. 1956-57; Georgia S College, 19S EDWARD J. BEASLEY Castleberry, Alabama 8.S.; Science, Math Specs Club, 1955-56; Specs Club, Senior Senator, SGA 1956-57. BENNIE C. BECKHAM Samson, Alabama B.S.; Bus. Ad., Psy. DOROTHY SUE POPE BEDSOLE Slocomb, Alabama B.S.; English, Bus. Ad. WAA, 1954-55; BSU Council, House Council, Shackelford Hall, Kappa Delta Pi, 1955-56; BSU Council, Secretary-Treasurer, House Council Shackelford Hall, Treasurer, Kappa Delta Pi, " Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities, " 1956-57. MARCUS BISHOP Grant Ridge, Florida B.S.; Hist, and S. S., Math Berry College, 1950-52. JEANNE BALLARD Bay Minette, Alabama B.S.; English, Hist, and S. S. Band, 1953-55; Playmakers, FTA, IRC, 1956-57; Alabama College, Montevallo, 1953-54. JIMMY R. BARLOW Florala, Alabama B.S.; History, Music Religious Council, 1955-56; Reliigous Council, 1956-57. EDWARD F. BARNETT Goshen, Alabama B.S ; Math, Science Kappa Delta Pi, 1956-57. MAX BASS Troy, Alabama B.S.; Biology, Eng., Phys. Sci. President, Freshman BSU, 1954-55; BSU Council, Specs Club 1955; President, Kappa Delta Pi, Vice President, SGA, President, Senate, Student Counselor, BSU Executive Council, Specs Club, " Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities, " 1 956-5 KAY BITTNER Ozark, Alabama B.S., Elementary Education Playmakers, Westminster Group, 1955; Palladium Staff, Play makers, Religious Council, Westminster Group, 1955-56; Play makers, Palladium Staff, Westminster Group, 1956-57; Montreal School, N. C, 1953-54. ELOISE BLACK Luverne, Alabama B.S.; Hist, and S. S., English IRC, 1954-55; IRC, FTA, 1956-57. BUDDY BLACKWELL Luverne, Alabama B.S., Math, Chem., Phys. Sci. Specs Club, 1955-56; President, Specs Club, Palladium Staff, 1956-57 BETTY BOUTWELL Troy, Alabama 8 S , Englnh. Wit. and S. S. Sophomore Senator, Copy Editor, Tropohtan, 1955-56; ' . ' Editor, Tropohtan, Kappa Delta Pi. " Who ' s Who m American Colleges and Universities, " 1956-57 SIDNEY LEE BOWDEN Greenville, Alabama B.S., Bui Ad .. Hut. and S. S. CHRISTINE BROWN Evergreen, Alabama B.S., Elementary Education WAA, IRC, 1955; WAA. 1955 56 DONALD F. BROWN Bolivar, Tennessee BS . Phys Ed . ' ■■ Specs Club 195455, Baseball. T Club. 1955-54. Baiet • Club. 1956-57; lambuth Coll«g«, TennetM . 1949-50. RICHARD DOUGLAS BROWN Ozark, Alabama B.S.; Bus. Ad., English AAYF, 1954-55; FTA, Notari, 1955-56; Notari, 1956-57; Alabama Polytechnic Institute, 1953-54. DON BRUNSON Elba, Alabama 8.S.; Phys. Ed., History Football, 1954-55; Football, " T " Club, 1955-56; Football, " T " Club, 1956-57 JOHN W. BRYAN Ozark, Alabama B.S.; History, Eng., Psy. MARY CAROLYN BYRD Troy, Alabama B.S.; English, History Wesley Foundation, 1954-55; Copy Editor, Tropolitan, 1955-56; Feature Editor, Tropolitan, Kappa Delta Pi, FTA, " Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities, " 1956-57. JANE TAYLOR BYRD Luverne, Alabama B.S.; Elementary Ed., History Kappa Delta Pi, 1956-57. DAN DEAN CAMPBELL C ' nden, Alabama B.S., Math, Sci., Hist. IRC, 1953-54; IRC, Specs Club, 1954-55. MARY CARTER Andalusia, Alabama B.S.; Bus. Ad., English Athenaeum Club, Freshman Church Rep., BSU, 1954-55; Athe- naeum Club, Treasurer, BSU, 1955; Athenaeum Club, Treasurer, Stewardship Vice President, BSU, FTA, Notari Club, 1956, Noon- day Meditations Director, BSU, Vice President, FTA, Notari, 1956-57. EDSEL O. CHALKER Newton, Alabama B.S.; Phys. Ed., Hist, and S. S. FTA, 1955-56; Kappa Delta Pi, 1956-57. VIVIAN HENDERSON CLARK Andalusia, Alabama B.S., Elementary Education Shackelford Hall Council, 1956. CHARLES CLAY Troy, Alabama B.S.; Math, Hist., Sci. ERNEST A. COCKCROFT Andalusia, Alabama B.S.; History, English FTA, House Council, Cowart Hall, 1955-56; FTA " T " Club 1956-57. PLEASANT L. COMPTON Brantley, Alabama B.S.; Bus. Ad., Hist, and S. S. Kappa Delta Pi, 1956-57; Kansas State Teachers College, 1951. LARRY COTANCHE Panama City, Florida 8.S., English, Phys. Ed. Varsity Basketball, " T " Club, 1951-52; Vice President, Junior Class, Delegate, Associated Press Conference, Mo., Playmakers. College Forum, " T " Club, Writer, Tropolnan, 1955-56; Kappa Delta Pi, Playmakers, College Forum, Business Manager, Tropo i- tan, " T " Club, 1956-57. DEAN M. CRAIG Orlando, Florida B.S., Phys. Ed., Hist, and S. S. Basketball, 1955-56; Basketball, Treasurer, " T " Club, 1956-57, Florida Southern, 1954-55. GILLIS CRENSHAW, JR. Andalusia, Alabama B.S.; English, Hist, and S. S. Band, Minis. Assoc, IRC, 1954-55; Band, Minis. Assoc— Presi- dent, Secretary-Treasurer, Cowart Hall, 1955-56; President, Cowart Hall, Minis. Assoc. Specs Club, FTA, IRC. 1956-57. BILLY DANNELLEY Atmore, Alabama 8. A., English, French Jropolitan Staff, Pace Hall Social Committee, 1952-53; Tropo ifan Staff, Pace Hall Social Committee, Recognition, Annual Anthol- ogy of College Poetry, 1953-54; Playmakers, Freshman Coun- selor, 1954-55; Playmakers (Fall Production). Freshman Coun- selor, Secretary, Pace Hall, Kappa Delta Pi, " Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities, " 1956-57. DAVEY L. DERAMUS Troy, Alabama B.S.; Bus. Ad., Hist, and S. S. BETTY JANE DUPEE Columbia, Alabama B.S., Elementary Education Alabama Polytechnic Institute, 1942-44. JACK FINLAYSON Inverness, Alabama B.S.; Bus. Ad., Hist. MACK FLEMING Brundidge, Alabama B.S., History, English Copy Editor, Tropolitan, 1956. BOBBY DAVIS Kinston, Alabama B.S.; Phys. Ed., S. S. " T " Club, Varsity Basketbal: ball, 1955-57. HELEN M. DAVIS Andalusia, Alabama B.S., Elementary Education 1951-53; " T " Club, Varsity Basket- JAMES E. DAVIS Pensacola, Florida B.A., Music, French Friends of Irma, Madrigals, Soloist for " Messiah, " MENC, 1954- 56; a lead in " The Mikado, " 1954-55; Soloist for Brahams ' " Requiem, " Band, Collegiate Singers, 1955-57; Soloist in " Robin Hood, " MENC, Dramatics Club, Assist. Ed. of Junior Class, 1956-57. MARION E. DAVIS Andalusia, Alabama B.S., Elementary Education CARLICE E. FLOWERS Troy, Alabama B.S.; Bus . Ad., History Palladium Staff, 1956-57. HENRI GODFREY Donalsonville, Georgia B.S.; Bus. Ad., English Notari, WAA, 195455; Secretary, Notari, Treasurer, WAA, 1955- 56; Notari, WAA, Senate, Kappa Delta Pi, " Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities, " 1956-57. MARGARETT A. GOOLSBY Brewton, Alabama 8.S., English, Music Collegiate Singers, Band, MENC, 1955-56; Band, MENC, FTA, 1956-57; University of Alabama, 1954-55. JAMES WYATT GRIMMER Napier, Alabama B.S., Phys. Ed., Math LANCE DELANO GRISSETT Troy, Alabama B.S.; Bus. Ad., Hist, and S. S. Intramural Basketball, 1953-55; Notari, Business Manager, Pal- ladium, Kappa Delta Pi, 1955-56; Editor, Palladium, Reporter Historian, Kappa Delta Pi, Student Rotarian, Notari, IRC, " Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities, " 1956-57. FRANCIS W. HANCOCK Troy, Alabama B.S.; English, History JIM K. HARRISON, JR. Honoraville, Alabama B.S.; Bus. Ad., History SONNY HENDRIX Geneva, Alabama BS.; Phys. Ed., History FRED L. HOSEY Andalusia, Alabama B.S.; History, Eng., Psy. Chipola Junior College, 1953-55. JO ANN HOUSEMAN Pensacola, Florida 8.S., Elementary Education Vice President, Wesley Foundation, Kappa Wesley Foundation, Kappa Delta Pi, FTA, Junior College, 1953-55. CHARLES HICKROD Princeton, Indiana B.S., Phys. Ed., History WILLIAM R. HIGGINS Troy, Alabama B.S.; English, History ROBERT HILL Ft. Deposit, Alabama B.S.; Musk, Bus. Ad. Wavemen, Choir, Playmakers, 1951-53; Collegiate Singers, Play- makers, MENC, Lyre Club, 1955-56; Treasurer and Accompanist, Collegiate Singers, MENC, Playmakers, 1956-57. JACK HIX Troy, Alabama B.S.; Science, Phys. Ed. Letter, Varsity Football, " T " Club, 1953-55; President, Junior Class, " T " Club, Letter, Varsity Football, 1955-56; President, Senior Class, Co-Captain, Football Team, Specs Club, " T " Club, Letter, Varsity Football, 1956-57. Delta Pi, 1955-56; 1956-57; Pensacola JOE L. HOUSTON Clayton, Alabama 8.S.; Phys. Ed., History MARJORIE HUGHES Dothan, Alabama B.S.; Bus. Ad., English WAA 1954-57; Shackelford House Council, Majorette, 1955-56; Notari, 1956-57. WILMER HULEN Banks, Alabama B.S.; Phys. Ed., Gen. Sci. Intramural Basketball, Intramural Tennis, 1953-54; IRC, Specs Club, Intramural Tennis, Varsity Basketball, Manager, Basket- ball, " T " Club, 1954-55; Varsity Baseball, Treasurer, SGA, IRC, Specs Club, " Mr. STC, " Junior Class Favorite, " T " Club, In- tramural Basketball, Manager, Basketball and Football, Pace Hall Disciplinary Board, 1955-56; Senior Senator, " T " Club, " Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities, " 1956-57. BOBBIE JACQUE JEFFCOAT Dozier, Alabama B.S.; English, History Tropolitan Staff Reporter, FTA, 1953-54; Tropo ifan Staff Re- porter, FTA, 1954-55; Kappa Delta Pi, FTA, Tropolitan Staff Reporter, 1955-56; Stage Manager, Playmakers, Kappa Delta Pi, BSU Social Committee, First Baptist Church Choir, YWA, WAA, " Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities, " 1956-57. CLAIRRENE JOHNSON Andalusia, Alabama B.S., Elementary Education JERRY JOHNSON Enterprise, Alabama B.S.; Phys. Ed., English JOANN JOHNSON Colquitt, Georgia B.S., Elementary Education Junior Class Secretary, Junior Class " Favorite, " Kappa Delta Pi, 1955 56; Senior Class Treasurer, Kappa Delta Pi, Shackelford Hall Standard Committee, 1956-57; Georgia Southwestern Col- lege, 1953-55. TRAVIS JORDAN Troy, Alabama B.S., Mafh, Sci., Bus. Ad. J. HURD KNOX Monroeville, Alabama B.S., Bus. Ad., History Specs Club, IRC, 1953-54; Spec. Club, IRC, Notari. 1954; IRC. 1954; IRC, Notari 1954-56; Notari, 1956-57. JANE KUYKENDOLL Ft. Gaines, Georgia B S.; Phys. Ed., History WAA, 1955-56; President, WAA, 1956-57; G«orgi« SootK College, 1953-55. HENRY STEAGALL LAW Ozark, Alabama B.S.; Pbys. Sci., Math, Hist. Specs Club, 1954-56; University of Alabama, 1953-54. NORMAN H. LEE Mt. Willing, Alabama 8.S.; Phys. Ed., Hist, and S. S. PAUL LEROY Eufaula, Alabama B.S.; Math, Phys. Ed. HELEN LISENBY Brewton, Alabama B.S., Elementary Education WAA, 1955; Notari, 1955-56; FTA Treasurer, IRC, Notari Club Secretary, Member of Standards Committee, Secretary, Senior Class, 1956-57. FAYE LOFTIN Dothan, Alabama B.S.; English, Bus. Ad. Freshman BSU Council, FTA, IRC, 1954-55; FTA, BSU Council, Athenaeum Club, 1955; Publicity Chairman, BSU Council, FTA, Athenaeum Club, 1955-56; Reporter, FTA, First Church Repre- sentative, BSU Council, Athenaeum Club, 1956-57. ARNOLD REX LONG Brewton, Alabama B.S.; English, Phys. Ed. Senator, BSU Council, Football, 1953-54; Football, 1954-55; Football, Specs Club, 1955-56; Football, Secretary-Treasurer, Specs Club, 1956-57. ERNESTINE LOVETT Abbeville, Alabama B.S.; Math, English Circulation Manager, Palladium, 1953-54; Sophomore Senator, Sophomore Class Editor, Pallad ium, Specs Club ' , IRC, 1954-55; Treasurer, Junior Class, Secretary-Treasurer, Shackelford Hall, Publicity Chairman, IRC, Kappa Delta Pi, Homecoming Queen, Junior Beauty, Specs Club, " Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities, " 1955-56. DANIEL LAVELLE LUKE Troy, Alabama B.S.; Bus. Ed., English BSU, 1954-55; Class Senator, BSU, Notari, 1955-56; Notari, BSU, President, College Men ' s Brotherhood, Student of the Month, BSU, 1956-57. MARTHA G. LYLES Bay Minette, Alabama 8.S.; Bus. Ad., English FTA, Notari, 1953-54; FTA, Notari, IRC, 1954-55; Playmakers, Notari, 1955-56; Playmakers, Notari, FTA, IRC, 1956-57. BETTY McCALL Brewton, Alabama B.S., Elementary Education CLAIRE McDANIEL Troy, Alabama B.S.; English, Bus. Ad. Freshman Beauty, 1954-55; Kappa Delta Pi, 1955-56; Secretary, Kappa Delta Pi, Vice President, Senior Class, " Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities, " 1956-57. RALPH McELREATH Troy, Alabama B.S.; Bus. Ed., S. S. WILLIE JOE McGRAW Centre, Alabama B.S.; Phys. Ed., Hist, and S. S. jo ann Mcknight Baker Hill, Alabama B.S.; Bus. Ad., English Shackelford Hall House Council (Summer), 1955; Notari, 1955-56. ANNE McMURPHY Atmore, Alabama B.S., Elementary Education JOHN WESLEY McNAIR Troy, Alabama B.S., Bus. Ad., History Notari, IRC, FTA, 1956-57; Alabama Polytechnic Institute. 1952-53. HENRY McNEILL Pine Level, Alabama B.S.; His), and S. S., Geography CARL MADISON Atmore, Alabama 8.S.; Phys. Ed., History HENRY A. MARTIN Ozark, Alabama 6.S.; Science, Math JO ANN MARTIN Florala, Alabama B.S.; Elementary Education, Music MACK H. MARTIN Troy, Alabama B.S.; Math, Science NORMAN MARTIN Andalusia, Alabama B.S.; Math, Sci., Bus. Band, 1954-55; Specs Club, Notari, 1956-57. PATRICIA BAILEY MERRITT Slocomb, Alabama B.S.; Phys. Ed., Music Majorette, BSU Council, WAA, 1955; Vice President, Shackel- ford Hall, President, Pace Hall (Summer), WAA, 1956; Secre- tary-Treasurer, WAA, " Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities, " 1956-57; Alabama Polytechnic Institute, 1954-55. JACQUELINE MILLER Cowart, Alabama BS.; English, Hist, and S. S. FTA, Shackelford Hall Standards Committee, 1956; Senior Senator, FTA, IRC, SGA Social Committee, 1956-57. PEGGY MILLS Goshen, Alabama B.S.; Sec. Sci., Eng., Math PAT MOATES Enterprise, Alabama 8.S., Elementary Education Playmakers, Athenaeum Club, IRC, 1953-54; Playmakers, Secre- tary-Treasurer, Athenaeum Club, IRC, 1954-55; SGA Social Chairman, Madrigals, Playmakers, Athenaeum Club, Junior Senator, 1955-56; SGA Secretary, Playmakers, Athenaeum Club, Collegiate Singers, Vice President, Madrigals, Kappa Delta Pi, Soloist in " The Messiah, " and Brahms ' " Requiem, " " Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities, " 1956-57. CAROLYN MOORE Greenville, Alabama B.S.; English, Bus. Ad. Band, 1954-55; FTA, 1955-56; Secretary, BSU, 1956. JAMES H. MOORE Elba, Alabama B.S.; History, Science Kappa Delta Pi, 1955-56; Kappa Delta Pi, Specs Club, IRC, FTA, 1956-57. AUBREY H. MOSELEY Suttle, Alabama B.S.; Bus. Ad., History FTA, Stunt Night, IRC, 1953-54; FTA, Notari, 1954-55; Notari, IRC, Pace Hall Disciplinary Board, 1955-56; Notari, IRC, Busi- ness Manager, Palladium, Treasurer, SGA, Kappa Delta Pi, " Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities, " 1956-57. JEARLDENE MOTLEY Autaugaville, Alabama B.S.; Phys. Ed., Science IRC, 195457; Treasurer, IRC, 1956-57; WAA, 1954-57; Vice President, WAA, 1957; Tropolitan Staff, 1957. RODNEY NEUDECKER Belleville, Illinois B.A.; Music, French Madrigals, 1951-52; Band, 1951-52, 1956-57; Wavemen, 1951-52, Leader, 1956-57; Collegiate Singers, 1956-57; " Robin Hood, " 1957; Lyre Club, 1956. JOYCE NICHOLS Coffee Springs, Alabama B.S.; Bus. Ad., English BSU Freshman Council, Choir, 1954-55; BSU, Choir, Notari, 1955-56; BSU Executive Council, Notari, Kappa Delta Pi, 1955-56; BSU, Kappa Delta Pi, Notari, Business Manager, Palladium, " Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities, " 1956-57. BILLY NORMAN Luverne, Alabama 8.S.; Science, Math Specs Club, Football, 1953-55; Kappa Delta Pi, Football, " T " Club, Vice President, SGA, 1955-56 dent, Kappa Delta Pi, President, SGA, " T " Club, Student Rotarian, Tropolitan Staff, " Who ' s Who Colleges and Universities, " 1956-57. JOHN T. OGBURN, JR. Samson, Alabama 8.S.; History, English IRC, 1955-56. Specs Club, Vice Presi- Specs Club, in American JEFFIE PARISH Linwood, Alabama 8.S.; Bus. Ad., English Notari, 1954-55; Playmakers, 1955-57; Kappa Delta Pi, 1956-57. LOYD E. PARSONS Catherine, Alahama 8.S.; Bus. Ad., Eng., Hist, and S. S. Notari, 1954-57; Livingston State Teachers College, 1953-54. JANET PATTERSON Dothan, Alabama 8.S., E emenfary Education Freshman Favorite, Senator, 1954-55; Homecoming Attendant, Beauty Section of Palladium, Senator, 1955; Playmakers, Senator, 1956-57. BERNON PEACOCK Ozark, Alabama 8. A.; English, French Playmakers, Wesley Foundation, Reporter, Tropolitan, 1954-55; Vice President, Sophomore Class, Assistant Editor, Tropolitan, Playmakers, Kappa Delta Pi, 1955-56; Kappa Delta Pi, Editor, Tropolitan, Student Rotarian, Vice President, Playmakers, " Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities, " 1956-57. SARAH NELL PEACOCK New Brockton, Alabama 8.S.; Bus. Ad., Math Freshman Council, BSU, Notari, Tropolitan Staff, 1953-54; Notari, BSU, Noonday Meditations Director, 1954--55; State Officer and Local BSU News Editor, Notari, 195 5-56; Kappa Delta Pi, Shackelford Hall House Council, President, BSU, Religious Coun- cil, Notari, 1956-57. S. PATRICIA PEEL Malvern, Alabama 8.S.; Phys. Ed., Hist, and S. S. WAA 1954-57; BSU, 1955. JAMES C. PELT Marianne, Florida B.S.; English, S. 5. Chipola Junior College, 1953-55. BILL PHILLIPS Samson, Alabama B.S.; Bus. Ad., Hist, and S. S. Notari, 1955-56; FTA, 1956. JUANITA ANN PICKENS Crestview, Florida B.S.; Elementary Education, English SARA PLATT Headland, Alabama B.S.; English, Science LEWIS W. POPE Elba, Alabama B.S.; English, Music WARREN PRESTON Dothan, Alabama B.S.; Bus. Ad., English HUBBERT M. PRICE Troy, Alabama B.S.; Bus. Ad., Hist, and S. S. BERNIE RAINES Ft. Walton Beach, Florida B.S.; Math, Phys. Ed. Football, 1952; Manager, Baseball, " T " Club, 1956. MARIE REEDER Union Springs, Alabama B.S.; Music, History Specs Club, 1954-55; FTA, FTA, IRC, 1956-57. DOYLE REEVES Graceville, Florida 6.S., English, Hist, and S. S. Chipola Junior College, 1953-55. Collegiate Singers, AAENC, 1956; TOMMIE JO RHOADS Dothan, Alabama B.S.; Elementary Education, English Vice President, Athenaeum Club, Senator, Choir, 1953-54; Senator, Shackelford Hall Council, Cheerleader, FTA, Choir, Athenaeum Club, 1954-55; FTA, Kappa Delta Pi, Secretary, SGA, Secretary-Treasurer, Playmakers, Cheerleader, Lead, " Sunday ' s Child, " (Summer), Shackelford Hall Council, Athenaeum Club, 1955-56; Dist. President, FTA, Major Role, " Early to Bed, Early to Rise, " Playmakers, " Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities, " 1956-57. JEANETTE McW. RILEY Andalusia, Alabama S.S.; English, Bus. Ad. Student Hostess, Homecoming, 1953; IRC, Choir, 1954-55; Choir, Kappa Delta Pi, 1955-56. RHETT RILEY Andalusia, Alabama B.S., Bus. Ad. Copian-Lincoln Junior College, Miss.; 1951-53; Alabama Poly- technic Institute, 1953. NANCY ROBERSON Troy, Alabama B.S.; Elementary Education, Bus. Ad. Playmakers, 1954-55; Sophomore Beauty, Notari, 1955-56; No- tari, 1956-57. HENRY L. ROBERTS, III Dothan, Alabama 8.S.; Bus. Ad., History HAR RY ROGERS Ozark, Alabama B.S.; Bus. Ad., History Choir, 1955-56; Notari, 1956-57. LANELLE ROUNTREE Andalusia, Alabama B.S., Elementary Education J. PETE ROUSSOS ' Mobile, Alabama B.S.; Bus. Ad., Phys. Ed. Notari, Playmakers, 1956-57; Alabama Polytechnic Institute, 1953-56. CECELIA DE CASTRIQUE RUSHER Troy, Alabama B.S., Elementary Education Kappa Delta Pi, 1956-57; Ohio Wesleyan University, 1940-41; Women ' s College, University of North Carolina, 1941-42; West- ern Carolina College, 1954-55. CHARLES E. RYALS Troy, Alabama 3.S.; History, English Alabama Polytechnic Institute, 1954-55. JAMES M. SANDERS Goshen, Alabama B.S.; Math, Sci., Bus. Ad. McHEARTHLAND SASSER Dozier, Alabama B.S.; Phys. Ed., Bus. Ad. JOE SAWYER New Brockton, Alabama B.S., Bus. Ad., S. S. MARY OLIVE SCHLICH Loxley, Alabama B.A., English, Music, French Religious Council, Vice President of Class, Playmakers, Tropolitan, SGA, Nominating Committee, 1954-55; Playmakers, Collegiate Singers, Feature Editor, Tropolitan, Shackelford Hall Council, 1955-56; SGA Social Committee, Playmakers, Collegiate Singers, 1956-57. C. ALLEN SCOTT Brewton, Alabama 8.S.; Phys. Ed., History Alabama Polytechnic Institute, 1950-54. ED SELLS Banks, Alabama B.S.; History, English Second Vice President, Ministerial Assoc, 1956-57; University of Georgia, 1953-54; Alabama Polytechnic Institute, 1954-56. SARA B. SELSOR Camden, Alabama B.A.; English, French, Psy. BEATRICE CRYSELL SEXTON Georgiana, Alabama B.S., Elementary Education Playmakers, WAA, Band, Band, IRC, 1954-55. Athenaeum Club, 1953-54; WAA, BOBBY SKIPPER Troy, Alabama S.S.; History, Science CLARA SMITH Letohatchie, Alabama B.S.; Elementary Education, Phys. Ed. RAY SMITH Dothan, Alabama B.S.; Bus. Ad., Hist, and S. S. LESTER D. STEWART Troy, Alabama B.S.; Phys. Ed., History AMY CAROLYN STILL Dothan, Alabama B.S., Elementary Education Kappa Delta Pi, FTA, 1956-57. TED STODDARD Magnolia Springs, Alabama B.S.; Music, Science Band, 1953-57; Choir, 1954-57; Collegiate Singers, 1955-57; Friends of Irma, 1954-56; Wavemen, 1954-57; Tropolitan Staff, 1954-57; College Hour Asst., 1955-57; Chairman, SGA Qualify- ing Committee, 1955-57; President, MENC, 1955-57; " Pirates of Penzance, " MENC, 1953-54; " The Mikado, " Vice President, MENC, 1954-55; Troy Octet, Acting SGA Clerk, 1955-56; " Robin Hood, " 1956-57. RAYMOND G. TEW, JR. Brewton, Alabama B.A., English, Spanish Tropolitan, Playmakers, 1955-56; Playmakers, FTA, 1956-57. TOMMY THARP Chipley, Florida B.S.; Science, Hist, and S. S. Specs Club, 1956-57; Chipola Junior College, 1953-55. JOHN P. THOMAS Enterprise, Alabama B.S.; English, History Vice President, Freshman Class, Judiciary Body, IRC, 1953-54, President, Sophomore Class, Judiciary Body, 1954-55; Chief Justice, Judiciary Court, 1955-57; Ministerial Association, 1953-57 JACK L. TISDALE Brantley, Alabama B.S.; Bus. Ad., Hist, and S. S. Vice President, Freshman Class, Choir, 1952-53; Vice President, Pace Hall, FTA, 1956-57. WILLIS DEKALB VEAL Troy, Alabama B.S ; History, English Stunt Night, 1954-56; Playmakers, 1954-57, Business Manager, Tropolitan, 1954-56; IRC, 1955-57; Pace Hall House Council. 1956-57. ROBERT E. WALKER Ozark. Alabama B S.. Bus. Ad., English Notari, 1956-57; Arizona State Teachers College, 1954-55. AGNES WEAVER Casteberry, Alabama B.S., Elementary Education DON C. WHIGHAM Samson, Alabama B.S.; History, S. S. PATTY WHITE Bay Minette, Alabama B.S.; Phys. Ed., Bus. Ad. WAA, IRC, Notari, 1953-54; Cheerleader, WAA, 1954-56; Head Cheerleader, WAA, 1956-57. BILL WILLIAMS Troy, Alabama B.S., Science Notari, 1951-54; IRC, 1953-54. SAAITTY WALKER Ozark, Alabama B.S.; Bus. Ad., English SGA, Senator, 1953-54; Notari, 1955-57. EDWARD H. WARD Troy, Alabama B.S.; General So ' ., Math Judiciary Body, SGA, 1955-57; Specs Club, 1955-57; Kappa Delta Pi, 1956-57. FRANCIS EHL WARD Daytona Beach, Florida B.S.; History, English Editor, Cowart Hall Spectator, College Choir, Dramatics Club (Summer), 1955-56; FTA, Kappa Delta Pi, Vice President, IRC, Senior Class Editor, Palladium, 1956-57; University of Florida, 1950-51; University of California (Ext.), 1952; AA, The Southern Union College, 1954-55; Palladium, Student Assistant Education Department, 1956-57. ROY WALLACE WATFORD Graceville, Florida B.S.; Music, Bus. Ad. Freshman Senator, 1954-55; Madrigals, 1954-56; Wesley Founda- tion, 1954-57; Band, 1954-56; Choir, 1954-57; Vice President, MENC, 1955-57; Vice President, Collegiate Singers, 1955-57; MENC, FTA, Operetta, 1954-55; Lyre Club, 1955-56; SGA Clerk, Freshman Counselor, President, Madrigals, Treasurer, Wesley Foundation, Tropolitan Staff, 1956-57. HOMER JERRY WINDSOR Dothan, Alabama 6.S.; Bus. Ad., Hist, and S. S. Notari, 1953-56; Vice President, IRC, FTA, House Council, Cowart Hall, 1955-56; Treasurer, Notari, President, IRC, Presi- dent, FTA, 1956-57. GLENN FERRELL WISE Eufaula, Alabama 8.S.; Bus. Ad., English President, Wesley Foundation (Summer), 1956. SARA HENDRIX WISE Geneva, Alabama B.S.; English, Phys. Ed. Playmakers, 1954-57; WAA, 1954-55; Secretary, Wesley Founda- tion, 1955-56; Wesley Foundation, Kappa Delta Pi, Shackelford Hail Council, Palladium Staff, Tropolitan Staff, 1955-57. BARBARA WITHERINGTON Savannah, Georgia B.S.; Phys. Ed., Hist, and S. S. WAA, 1954-57; Canterbury Club, 1955-57; Stunts and Tumbling,- BILLY W. WOOD Pigeon Creek, Alabama B.S.; Bus. Ad., Math Notari, 1956-57. ROSALYN PALMER WOODHAM Opp, Alabama 8.S.; Bus. Ed., Art Huntington College, 1953-55. HUBERT R. WORRELL Elba, Alabama B.S., Science, History MILDRED WYNN Pine Level, Alabama B.S., English, Hist, and S. S. Tropolitan Staff. 1954-55, 1956-57; Kappa Delta Pi. 1956-57. AUTOGRAPHS ■ ■ H ■vn hivu ■ :» rr DAN HALE Ozark MARY ELEANOR WILLIAMS LARRY COTANCHE Dothan Dothan Mary Lou Allen Repfon Barbara Ann Austin Abbeville Wes Aman Tampa, Fla Bill ie Jean Baker Troy Doris Anderson Montgomery Bobbie Baker Opp Gloria Anderson Chancellor Joycelyn Baker Louisville Ouida Baker Baker, Fla. Armojean Beastey Luverne Blun Bell Rut ledge Janice Bentley Troy Mary Bigger Grady Barbara Boggan Atmore Doyle Bond Dorhan Joy Bond Troy Nancy Borland Troy Dale Brown Evergreen Emily Brunson Dothan Frances Buffaloe Bay Minetle Patsy Cain Elba Milton Ceraso Birmingham Barbara Clayton Snowdoun Bobbie Cotton Hartford Bob Coleman Manchester, Ga. Dell Creamer Cottondale, Fla. Eugene Crocker Thomaston Louis S. Davis Ozark Louis Gwyn Dismukes Elba Willie Lee Duffey Shawmut Merren Eastbum Mobile Bob Ellis Seale Burney Enzor Troy Jean Evans Flora la Barbara Faucett Dixiana Wayne Fincher Cairo, Ga. Rita Finlayson Perofe Irvyle Fleming Tenn 7 e Louise Freels Brewron Paul Freels Greenv 7 e Jean Gainous Cairo, Ga. Joy Genske Summerdale La Nell Grace Gunnel Springs Eleanor Greathouse Andalusia Stevetta Green Headland Peggy Griffith Monroeville Ed Griggs Dothan Jane Hair Andalusia Dan Hale Ozark Leo Harrell Donalsonville, Ga. Patsy Harris Haleburg Betty Hataway 7ro Ollie Jo Hayes Milton, Fla. Mary Ruth Hilton Ozark Ken Hilyer Phenix City Bobby Holland Andalusia Shirley Hoomes Brewton Maudie Hughes Phenix City Joan Hutchison Sylacauga llene Jackson Cottonwood Dollie Jacobs Elba Virginia Jacobs Elba Arlene Jones Jenkins Troy Frances Johnston Pensacola, Fla. Bobby Jones Enterprise Dean Jones Newville Loretta Josey Red Level Joe Mack Kelley S ocomb Elizabeth Kervin Georgians Marie Lauder Orange Beach Sara Lawrence Troy Robert Lightfoot Tuskegee Fred Lowery Troy Richard Luker Camden Jones Maxwell Cairo, Ga. Jacqueline Meeks Elba Billy Joe Merritt Slocomb Richard Morris Ashford Jim Morrison Ft. Deposit Sue Morrow Elba Gwen Myers Anion Elaine McDougald Goshen James Nelson Prattville Patricia Norris Dothan Hanson North La Pine Patsy Odom McKenzie Terry Olive Cottonwood Charles Oliver Franklin, Ky. Pat Perkins Cairo, Ga. Thelma Phillips Brewton Charolette Price Newton Bill Rhoads G enwood Johnny B. Roland Colquitt, Ga. Minnie Ruth Roten Ramer James Rowell Camden Ellen Sah Namallah, Jordan Joyce Saunders Samson Ray Sellers Webb Charlotte Sheffield Brundidge Bennie F. Shelley Ashford Annie Lou Shirley Goshen Louise Sims Opp Carrie Will Smith Eufaula Donna Smith Pinckard Raymond Smoot Clayton Robert Starr Troy Frances Stringer Rut edge Corine Tate Goshen Aida Tatom Greenwood Nell Tatum Beatrice Shirley Taylor Elba Jacquelyn Thompson Columbia Pat Thornton Troy Jere Tillman Phenix City Willis Todd Collinsville, Miss. Charlotte Troutman Atmore Elizabeth Turner Atmore Fred Tye Abbeville Patricia Tye Georgians Betty Warren Samson Martha Watkins Troy Charles White Hogansville, Ga. Jimmy Whitehead Georg ' ana James Whitman Phenix City Mary Eleanor Williams Dothan Bobby Williford Greenv 7 e Gene Windham Dothan Michael Woodham Midland City Cecil Wyatt Enterprise Kitty Yarbrough Geneva Frank Aldridge Troy IMOGENE MATHISON LEE CONLEY DOLLY YATES JANICE BENTLEY Skipperville Bartow, Florida Elba Troy President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Pat Adkison Kinston Jean Alford Luverne Nelson Barnette Sprott Tom Bell Ft. Davis Edith Baxley C opfon Barbara Blackwell Columbia Lois Beasley Castleberry Bobby Blocker Ozark Donald Boan Stapleton Billy Brantley Phenix City Tom Boyd Autaugaville J. E. Burns Brewton Patricia Brazeal Georgetown, Ga. Neil Bush Stapleton John Brewton Monroev e Jacqueline Butts Milton, Fla. Jimmy Lee Byrd Brantley Renee Clark Dothan Mack Callaway Orange Beach Joel Creel Ozark Eva Lee Carter Abbev e Jean Crocker Thomaston Max Culbreth Columbia Kenneth Dyess Elba Wilson DePriest Greenville Kimmie Dyess Elba Dixie Dickert Sunnyside, Fla. Ford Edmonds Foley Rosemarie Doswell Abbeville Carolyn Ellis Robertsdale Shirley Embry Snowdoun Pasco Gibson Bagdad, Fla. Jack Floyd Phenix City Mary Sue Glisson Enterprise Nancy Gibson Troy William Gowan Fitzpatrick Edward Harris Troy Harold L. Helms Clopton Roy Hartley Enterprise TTr tZJ Douglas Jackson Brewton Sherra Ann Johnson Dothan George Jones Sardis Peyton Langford Autaugaville Morgan Justice Montgomery Marian Lauder Orange Beach John W. Key Skipperville Barbara Ann Le Compte Coffee Springs MMkt r - Ronald Jackson David Jeffcoat Tennille Ansley Betty Sue Jones Bobbie Jones Clayton Enterprise Hwa Song Kim Seoul, Korea Jerry Maddox Dothan ji r i Peggy Massey Troy Imogene Mathison Skipperville James Miller Ozark Ted Missildine Bi ' ngs ey Joyce Mixon Dothan Hauley Money Abbeville Bobby Moon Brantley Robert Moore Hafchechubbee Jackie Morgan Brantley Robert Earl Morris Brewton Helen Motes Troy Nancy McCrory Dothan Joye McKee West Point, Ga. Susan McKenzie Evergreen o O - Roy AAcNei St. Stephens Curtis Ray Parker Brewton Doris Nix Clayton Virginia PeeH Louisville Standley Phillips Deatsville Robert Pinson Madison, Fla. Dan Redding Hatcher Station, Ga. Bobby Price Eufaula Phillip Redmon Chancellor Patricia Price Newton Peggy Register Cottondale, Fla. Hazel Reaves Eufaula Charles Rowell Brewton lift At Robert D. Sanders Headland Collen Sasser Brantley Ralph Shirley Troy John Siedow Opp Bob Skillman Crestview, Fla. Katherine Smith Pine Apple William Smith Pine Apple Frances Snead Clayton David Snell Pinckard Thad Spears Coffee Springs Earl Stephens Bay Minette Sara Stewart Troy John D. Swanner Vredenburgh Tom Taylor Headland Loma Tew Clio Nancy Townsend Troy Sammie Tew Brew on Charlene Turner New Orleans, La. Bonnie Tindall Greenville Charles Underwood Shawmut Margie Vickers Headland Fletcher Wideman Wetumpka Martha Walters Goshen Janice Williams Troy Travis Watters Suttle Billy Young Shady Grove J J£ President CHARLES BARNETTE Vice President ..RICHARD HERRING Secretary _ WILDA TAYLOR Treasurer BILLY BROWNING Claire Adams Midway Gayle Ballard Ozark Mary Adams Kinston Charles Barnette Goshen Helen Ashton Brewton George Barrows Georgetown, Ga. David Atkins Dofban Joyce Bell Dozier Eugene Autrey Greenville Carol Ann Benton Opp Billy Boan Dothan Ann Bostic Chancellor Deanna Bobo Panama City, Fla. Myrle Bowdoin Kinston Annette Booker Evergreen Bobby Bowman Opp Jeannie Coden Martha Clopton Bosarge Boyd Billy Brake Red Level Billy Browning Hazlehurst, Ga. Joanne Brooks Luverne Dorothy Bryan Doz er Leo Brooks Bainbridge, Ga. Stephanie Bryan Be wood Lounette Brown Ponce de Leon, Fla. Helen Bugg Lapine Ella Lou Bundrick Brundidge Barney Burnett Troy AAikey Bundrick Eufaula Earl Capps Clopton Gloria Burkett Newton Sam 8. Carnes Brantley Jack Burkett Kins on Connie Carpenter Phenix City Gloria Carroll Clayton Bobby Clements Pinckard Sam B. Carter Brantley Jewel Cook Mathews Barbara Chesser Petrey Faye Crew Columbia Terry Chesser Andalusia Bobby Culpepper Linwood Martha Culpepper Napier Field Rosalie Davis Troy Frances Cumbee Greenville Doris Day Stockton Jean Daughtry Dofhan Don Dean Hartford Elsie Lou Davis Luverne Rosa Deal Elba Ralph DeVane Opp Hortense Duck Phen ' x City Ann Donaldson Opp Jane Carol Edwards Abbeville Jake Doty Troy Betty Ezell Chickasaw Charlotte Driver Dozier Frank Fordham Lenox, Ga. rUft Grace Gaines Dothan Gene Grant Ozark Betty Jo Gibson Greenville Donald Gray Opp Kathryn Gillenwater Enterprise Bobby Green Troy Bobby Givens Abbev 7 e Janice Grimes Coffee Springs Paul Grissett Charles Griswold Billie Etta Gunter Don Hagler Troy Dothan Andalusia Anton Phyllis Hall Annett Hamrick George Hamby Barbara Hanson Abbev e Phenix City Perry, Fla. Opp ._-__. J Kathleen Hardin Castleberry Charles Henderson DeFuniak Springs, Fla. Peggy Harper Evergreen Richard Herring Abbev e Sara Harvey Montgomery Donelle Hobbs Troy Charles Heaton Montgomery Gene House Montgomery Herbert Jackson Dofhan Phillip Jones Headland Martha Jackson Cottonwood Jerry Kelley S ocomb Francis Johnston Three Notch Marcus Kelley Andalusia Celia Jones Headland Kenneth Kimrey DeFuniak Springs, Fla. Jimmy King Luverne Grace Lasseter Lockhart William Lamar Prattville Gwen Lee Panama City, Fla. Tom Langford Greenv 7 e Charlotte Loveless Dothan Mary Joyce Lashley Dothan Dale Lynn Notasulga Molly Manley Nevvfon Jo Ann Messer Geneva Anita Mason Red Level Jo Ann Miller Luverne Bobby Mathews Ansley Julia Morgan Headland Kenneth McCartha Honorav 7 e Kathryn Morgan Headland r Philip Morgan Coy Danny Nail Eclectic L ' f) James Morton Midway Johnnie Ruth Oates Headland Arthur Mulder Dearsv 7 e Kathy Panhorst Montgomery Ellen Murphy Panama City, Fla. Glenda Parker Florala Laurie Jane Patterson Gail Peacock S ocomb Hartford Doris Peddy Elmore Maureen Presley M 7ton Janis Phelps Troy Warren Presley M;7ton Dorothy Pruet Panama City, Fla Ben Rogers Bainbridge, Ga. Judean Register Doz ' er Preston Rosser Newton Anne Reid Bay Minette Frank Sadler Albany, Ga. Caroline Robinson Chickasaw Arthur Sanders Phenix City Frances Saunders Montgomery Joan Shelley Newville Joe Ann Scarborough Snowdoun Charles Shields St. Marks, Fla. John Sessions Mayo, Fla. Freddie Shirley Troy Home Shellnutt Columbus, Ga. Becky Sims Bay Minette I Buddy Sites Blakely, Ga. Carol Stacey Monroeville Carolyn Smith Kinston Judy Stelljes Troy Nell Smith Andalusia Ray Sullivan Ft. Deposit Billy Spann Greenville Mike Tate Opp 1 Carolyn Taylor Brantley Bobbie Sue Tindol Enterprise Wilda Taylor Luverne Jerry Trotter Shady Grove Gayle Thomas Elba Sylvia Turner Luverne Deloris Thompson Mexia Donna Vesper Bayou La Batre thF Gayle Walden Headland Clifford Watson Enterprise Martha Jo Wallace Opp Albert West Troy Hazel Ward Newville Bobby White Cuthbert, Ga. Ann Warren Troy Barbara Whitehead Cottonwood f m Ann Warrick Chickasaw John Williams Rut edge Woodrow Wilder Mayo, Fla. Gladys Williams Louisville Marvin Wiley Donalsonville, Ga. Richard C. Wooden Montgomery James T. Wilkes Troy Felton Woodham Dofhan Cecilia Williams Rut edge Judy Woodham Hartford : Nineteen Troy State Teachers College students were officially accepted by H. Pettus Randall, editor, for recognition in the 1956-57 edition of Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges. The criteria for selec- tion were past and present activities on the campus, academic grades, and recommendations by faculty department heads. MAX BASS Troy B.S., Biology, Eng., Phys. Sci. President, Freshman BSU 1954-55; BSU Council, Specs Club, 1955; President, Kappa Delta Pi, Vice President, SGA, President, Serrate, Student Counselor, BSU Executive Council, Specs Club, 1956-57. DOROTHY SUE POPE BEDSOLE Slocomb B.S., English, Bus. Ad. WAA, 1954-55; BSU Council, House Coun- cil, Shackelford Hall, Kappa Delta Pi, 1955- 56; BSU Council, Secretary-Treasurer, House Council, Shackelford Hall, Treasurer, Kappa Delta Pi, 1956-57. BETTY BOUTWELL Troy B.S., English, Hist, and S.S. Sophomore Senator, Copy Editor, Tropoli- tan, 1955-56; AAake-up Editor, Tropolitan, Kappa Delta Pi, 1956-57. MARY CAROLYN BYRD Troy B.S., English, History Wesley Foundation, 1954-55; Copy Editor, Tropolitan, 1955-56; Feature Editor, Tropoli- tan, Kappa Delta Pi, FTA, 1956-57. JIMMY CHISUM Andalusia B.A., English, French, Hist. Feature Editor, Tropolitan, 1955-56; As- sistant Editor, Tropolitan, 1956-57; Dra- matics (Summer), 1955. BILLY DANNELLEY Atmore B.A., English, French Tropolitan Staff, Pace Hall Social Committee, 1952-53; Tropolitan Staff, Pace Hall Social Committee, Recognition, Annual Anthology of College Poetry, 1953-54; Playmakers, Freshman Counselor, 1954-55; Playmakers, Fall Production, Freshman Counselor, Sec- retary, Pace Hall, Kappa Delta Pi, 1956-57. HENRI GODFREY Donalsonville, Georgia 8.S., Bus. Ad., English Notari, WAA, 1954-55; Secretary, Notari, Treasurer, WAA, 1955-56; Notari, WAA, Senate, Kappa Delta Pi, 1956-57. LANCE DELANO GRISSETT Troy B.S., Bus., Hist, and S.S. Intramural Basketball 1953-55; Notari, Business Manager, Palladium, Kappa Delta Pi, 1955-56; Editor, Palladium, Reporter- Historian, Kappa Delta Pi, Student Rotarian, Notari, IRC, 1956-57. BOBBIE JACQUE JEFFCOAT Dozier B.S., English, History Staff Reporter, Tropolitan, FTA, 1953-54; Staff Reporter, Tropolitan, FTA, 1954-55; Kappa Delta Pi, FTA, Staff Reporter, Tropoli- tan, 1955-56; Stage Manager, Playmakers, Kappa Delta Pi, BSU Social Committee, First Baptist Church Choir, YWA, WAA, 1956-57. WILMER HULEN Banks B.S., Phy. Ed., Gen. Sci. Intramural Basketball, Intramural Tennis, 1953-54; IRC, Specs Club, Intramural Tennis, Varsity Basketball, Manager, Basket- ball, " T " Club, 1954-55; Varsity Baseball, Treasurer, SGA, IRC, Specs Club, " Mr. S. T. C, " Junior Class Favorite, " T " Club, In- tramural Basketball, Manager, Basketball and Football, Pace Hall Disciplinary Board, 1955-56; Senior Senator, " T " Club, 1956- 57. CLAIRE McDANIEL Troy B.S., English, Bus. Ad. Freshman Beauty, 1954-55; Kappa Delta Pi, 1955-56; Secretary, Kappa Delta Pi, Vice President, Senior Class, 1956-57. PATRICIA BAILEY MERRITT Slocomb B.S., Phy. Ed., Music Majorette, BSU Council, WAA, 1955; Vice President, Shackelford Hall, President, Pace Hall (Summer), WAA, 1956; Secretary- Teasurer, WAA, 1956-57, Alabama Poly- technic Institute, 1954-55. PAT MOATES Enterprise B.S., Elementary Education Playmakers, Athenaeum Club, IRC, 1953- 54; Playmakers, Secretary-Treasurer, Ath- enaeum Club, IRC, 1954-55; SGA Social Chairman, Madrigals, Playmakers, Athena- eum Club, Junior Senator, 1955-56; SGA Secretary, Playmakers, Athenaeum Club, Collegiate Singers, Vice President, Madri- gals, Kappa Delta Pi, Soloist, " The Messiah, " and Brahms ' " Requiem, " 1956-57. AUBREY H. MOSELEY Suttle B.S., Bus, Ad., History FTA, Stunt Night, IRC, 1953-54; FTA, No- tari, 1954-55; Notari, IRC, Pace Hall Dis- ciplinary Board, 1955-56; Notari, |RC, Busi- ness Manager, Palladium, Treasurer, SGA, Kappa Delta Pi, Student Rotarian, 1956-57. JOYCE NICHOLS Coffee Springs B.S., Bus. Ad., English BSU Freshman Council, Choir, 1954-55; BSU, Choir, Notari, 1955-56; BSU Executive Council, Notari, Kappa Delta Pi, 1955-56, BSU, Kappa Delta Pi, Notari, Business Man- ager, Palladium, 1956-57. 1 ! BILLY NORMAN Luverne B.S., Science, Math Specs Club, Football, 1953-55; Kappa Delta Pi, Specs Club, Football, " T " Club, Vice President, SGA, 1955-56; Vice President, Kappa Delta Pi, President, SGA, " T " Club, Specs Club, Student Rotarian, Tropolitan Staff, 1956-57. BERNON PEACOCK Ozark B.A., English, French Playmakers, Wesley Foundation, Reporter, Tropolitan, 1954-55; Vice President, Sopho- more Class, Assistant Editor, Tropolitan, Playmakers, Kappa Delta Pi, 1955-56; Kap- pa Delta Pi, Editor, Tropolitan, Student Ro- tarian, Vice President, Playmakers, 1956-57. DAVID AA. POSEY Red Level B.S., Music, English Brahms ' " Requiem, " " The Messiah, " Prin- cipal Role, " The Mikado, " Madrigals, 1954- 55; Editor, Student Handbook, President, Collegiate Singers, Bass Soloist " The Mes- siah, " " The Telephone, " Madrigals, MENC, Lyre Club, Mozart ' s " Requiem, " 1955-56; President and Tour Manager, Collegiate Singers, Vice President and Student Di- rector, Madrigals, Bass Soloist, " The Mes- siah, " MENC, Lyre Club, Student Assistant, Music Department, 1956-57. TOMMIE JO RHOADS Dothan B.S., Elementary Education, English Vice President, Athenaeum Club, Senator, Choir, 1953-54; Senator, Shackelford Hall Council, Cheerleader, FTA, Choir, Athen- aeum Club, 1954-55; FTA, Kappa Delta Pi, Secretary, SGA, Secretary-Treasurer, Play- makers, Cheerleader, Lead, " Sunday ' s Child " (Summer), Shackelford Hall Coun- cil, Athenaeum Club, 1955-56; District President, FTA, Major Role, " Early to Bed, Early to Rise, " Playmakers, 1956-57. MR. AND MISS S. T. C ROY WATFORD PAT MOATES ELLEN MURPHY CAMPUS BEAUTY s E N I R B E A U T I E S GWEN BELFRY PATTY WHITE J u N I R % B E A U T I E S NELL McMURPHY MARIE LAUDER JANET PATTERSON mgm s p H M R E B E A U T I E S DOLLY JACOBS JANICE BENTLEY LOUIE GWYN DISMUKES SHIRLEY HOOMES F R E S H M A N B E A U T I E S FRANCES JOHNSTON ELLEN MURPHY GAIL PEACOCK 4 { 12 SCENES FROM BEAUTY CONTEST i %. ! HOMECOMING QUEEN AND ATTENDANTS HENRI GODFREY JEFFIE PARISH SHIRLEY HOOMES ! c H R I S T M A S S N A P S H T S MARIE L AUDER JAC ROTH HELEN LISENBY JERRY WINDSOR $ Eh JOYE McKEE DONALD BOAN CLAIRE ADAMS HURLEY MANNING V r c ' • il i j ¥ MARTHA J. FIELDS B.S. Second Grade Training School F A C U L T Y NAN COOPER B.S., M.S. Business Education PAUL L. MUSSELMAN B.S., M.S., M.A. History JOHN M. STAIR B.S., M.S. Dean of Students JAMES WATSON B.F.A., M.A. Art ELEANOR W. WILLIAMSON B.S., M.A. Fifth Grade Training School A D D I T I N S ETHEL SANDERS B.S., L.S. Assistant Librarian - V s T U D E N T G V E R N M E N T STUDENT GOVERNMENT Joy Genske, Nell McMurphy, Mary Olive Schlich, Mrs. Lucille Boyd, Rosa Aldarondo, Jackie Miller, Marian Lauder. Daniel Luke, Max Bass, Bobbie Baker, Blun Bell, Louie Gwyn Dismukes, Mack Callaway, Jane Hair, Neil Bush, Francis Saunders, Ed Beasley, Ray Smith, Gayle Thomas, Jewel Cook, Shirley Embry, Jean Alford, Henri Godfrey, Joy Genske, Marie Lauder, Janet Patterson, Jean Evans. RELIGIOUS COUNCIL Imogene Mathisor., Fletcher Wideman, Joye AAcKee, Mrs. Irene AAcLeod, Alvin Stewart, Ellen Sah, Shirley Hoomes, Ralph Andrews, Sarah Peacock, Jimmy Barlow, Carolyn Hicks, Bette AAcCall, Shirley Embry. WESLEY FOUNDATION Gloria Robertson, Fletcher Wideman, Roy Watford, Charles Underwood, Donna Vesper, Imogene Mathison, Rosalie Davis, Barbara Clayton, Shirley Embry. Ann Warren, James Whitman, Willie Duffey, Milton Ceraso, Donald Boan, Neil Bush. r $ W MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION Fletcher Wideman, Jerome Hamm, Louis Pope, Edwin Sells, Clifford Jeffcoat, Jerry Maddox, Gillis Crenshaw, John Thomas, Bill Rhoads. SPECS CLUB Rex Long, Carolyn Dansby, Nancy Cowart, Sara Piatt, Wynell Massey, Buddy Blackwell, Mack Helms, Hwa Song Kim, Willie Duffey, Edward Ward, Regional Worrell, Jack Hicks, Mr. Gilbert Spencer, Tommy Tharp, Douglas Jackson, Hanson North, Billy Norman, Norman Martin, Edwin Beasley, Dr. William Wilks. B. S. U. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL Front row: Sarah Peacock, president; Corine Tate, Southside representative; Elizabeth Kervin, Y.W.A. Presi- dent; Barbara Boggan, Publicity chairman; Dean Jones, Bible Study Director; Barbara Austin, AAusic Chairman; Charlotte Price, Promotional Chairman; Nancy Borland, co-editor B.S.U. NEWS. Second row: William Smith, Extension Director; Loretta Josey, Devotional chairman; Bennie Shelley, Brotherhood President; Eleanor Greathouse, co-editor B.S.U. NEWS; Carolyn Dansby, Social Chairman; George Jones, Stewardship Chairman; Ralph Andrews, Enlistment Vice President; Faye Loftin, First Baptist Representative; Alvin Stewart, Student Director; Mary Carter, Noonday Chairman; Harold Lundy, Secretary; Dr. Claude Ammerman, Pastor Advisor. Not pictured: Hwa Song Kim, Bush Memorial Representative; F. R. Bowman, Fred Brown, J. C. Anderson, Pastor Advisors. BAPTIST STUDENT UNION The Baptist Student Union serves as the connecting link between the College and local Church. It seeks to impress upon the student the joy of making college life Christian. B. S. U. GREATER COUNCIL ATHENAEUM CLUB Stevetta Green, Erma Nell Smith, Pat Moates, Charlotte Price, Sarah Piatt, Marian Lauder, Dorothy Bryan, Celia Jones, Eleanor Greathouse, Patricia Price, Bobby Holland, Tommy Mackin, Mrs. Thelma Mershon, Jo Ann Messer, Dean Jones, Glenda Hasty, Doris Anderson. NOTAR I CLUB Carolyn Ellis, Joyce Nichols, Jimmy Rowell, Joycelyn Baker, Helen Lisenby, Jerry Windsor, Doris Day, Rita Finlayson, Loyd Parsons, Ralph Andrews, Mary Carter, Marjorie Hughes, Dollie Jacobs, Jeffie Parish, Janice Moore, Martha Lyles, Betty Warren, Dorothy Peters, Maureen Presley, Delores Thompson, Gloria Carroll, Sarah Peacock, Ivey Adams, Bill Thompson, Aubrey Mosley, Merren Eastburn, Hubert Norton, Charles Casey, Daniel Luke, Junior Jones, James Sanders, Norman Martin, Pete Roussos, Walter Russ, Douglas Brown, Bob Starr, Harry Rogers, John McNair. A V KAPPA DELTA PI The Zeta Gamma Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi is an hon- or society in education. The purpose of this organization is to encourage high professional, intellectual, and per- sonal standards, and to recognize outstanding contribu- tions to the field of education. Invitations are issued quarterly to those members of the Junior and Senior Classes who have the necessary qualifications for becoming members of Kappa Delta Pi. DR. R. H. ERVIN Sponsor MAX BASS President Betty Warren, Joann Johnston, Jeffie D arish, Sarah Peacock, Bobbie Jack Jeffcoat, Joyce Nichols, Stevetta Green, Geraldine Pierce, Claire McDaniels, Carolyn Still, Ellen Sah, Patricia Merritt, Joy Bond, Jane Byrd, Elizabeth Turner, Barbara Boggan, Billy Norman, Francis Ward, Edward Barnett, Kenneth Law, Warren Preston, Lance Grissett, Aubrey Moseley, Max Bass, Dr. R. H. Ervin, Billy Dannelley, James Moore, Pleasant Compton, Edward Ward. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA F.T.A. Officers: Helen Lisenby, Treasurer; Jerry Windsor, President; Charlotte Troutman, Historian; Faye Loftin, Reporter; Mary Lou Allen, Secretary; Dr. Harris Harvill, Advisor; Mary Carter, Vice President; Eliza- beth Turner, Parliamentarian. The Future Teachers of America is an organization of great significance and value to prospective teachers. In becoming a member of F.T.A. , one will develop insights and abilities that will be influential in the teaching profession. The Celeste Darby Chap- ter of F.T.A. meets twice a month and is open to all who plan to teach. DR. HARRIS HARVILL Faculty Advisor Dean Jones, Sarah Peacock, Faye Loftin, Jeanne Ballard, Charlotte Troutman, Shirley Embry, Imogene Mathison, llene Jackson, Jackie Miller. Dr. Harris Harvill, Mary Carter, Stevetta Green, Barbara Boggan, Mary Lou Allen, Elizabeth Turner, Jerry Windsor, Helen Lisenby, Marie Reeder, Jack Tisdale. PLAYMA KERS Jimmy Davis, Tommy MacKin, Edgar Stewart, Andy Crumbly, Charles Oliver, Billy Boan, Roland Tew, Pete Roussos, Bobby Hill, Don Thomley, Gayle Goodin, Lanelie Grace, Sara Selsor, Martha Lyles, Joyce Bell, Joyce Lashley, Susan Meeks, Phoebe Gregory, Alia Jones, Marion Lauder, Jeffie Parish, Carolyn Heils, Blun Bell, Rosa Aldarondo, Bonnie Tindall, Joye McKee, Mary Olive Schlich, Mary Eleander Williams, Kay Bittner, Jean Evans, Marie Lauder, Joy Genske. CQ U lO THE COLLEGIATE SINGERS DR. JOHN P. GRAHAM The Collegiate Singers is a group of approximately 32 voices selected from the student body at large. This group performs in concert programs throughout the year, singing from a repertoire which includes many varieties of music. However, special emphasis is given to the music of contemporary American composers. Mem- bership is open to the entire student body. Joyce Saunders, Louise Simos, Barbara Austin, Rosalie Davis, Pat Moates, Anne Hughes, Bobbie Sue Tindol, Kathy Panhorst, Dr. John Graham, Dianne Pinckard, Marian Lauder, Betty Hattaway, Marie Reeder, Lanell Grace, Barbara LeCompte, Louie Gwyn Dismukes, Bobbie Baker, Terry OlivO, Donald Boan, Roy Watford, George Jones, Chester Baggett, Edgar Stewart, Ted Stoddard, Jimmy Whitehead, Osburn Henley, Bobby Hill, Blun Bell, David Posey, Norman Hair, Jimmy Davis, Rodney Neudecker. Not pictured: Gwendolyn Myers, Carolyn Dansby, Wynell Massey, Mary Olive Schlich. r r rs MADRIGAL SINGERS The study and performance of sixteenth century music with special emphasis on the madrigal is the purpose of the Madrigal Singers. The group is com- posed of voices selected from the entire student body, but the membership is necessarily limited to not more than 14 voices. DR. JOHN P. GRAHAM Bobbie Baker, Bobbie Sue Tindol, Kathy Panhorst, Betty Hattaway, Diane Pinkard, Pat Moates, Rosalie Davis, Roy Watford, Jimmy Whitehead, Chester Baggett, Blun Bell, David Posey, Norman Hair, Osburn Henley! Dr. John Graham. ft C3 - -. c - 1 ft» st s. " « ♦ : •••■■ • ■■•■• r-S ♦• ••« ♦ Is! . . • ■■ 10 = LU t J ID ■o " S 0) U •-Z .!= T3 (O O ia . D 0) o — ) o CO tT +- S S3 x 5 n m get £ « O) TOUJ £ •« £ £ i « COWART HALL Presic enf-GIUIS CRENSHAW Housemofher— MRS. McLEOD Monitor JERRY WINDSOR SHACKLEFORD HALL CLdwsrd MSKscKelfbra H + BM Barbara Boggan, Vice President; Shirley Hoomes, Secretary; Stevetta Green, Presi- dent. Shackleford House Council: Marie Lauder, Dixie Dickert, Deana Bobo, Kathrine Panhorst, Agnes Weaver, Carolyn Hicks, Frances Johnston, Mary Jo Howard, Judy Arant, Shirley Hoomes, Stevetta Green, Barbara Boggan, Martha Fields, Elizabeth Turner, Nell McMurphy, Sara Piatt, Janice Moore, Jackie Thompson, Joycelyn Baker, Sarah Peacock, Louise Young, Mrs. Kate Shelburne, Barbara LeCompte, Jo Ann Messer, Mary Lou Shelley. PACE HALL Mack Callaway, Mrs. Crowe, Robert Walker, Dan Redding V rff LARRY COTANCHE Business Manager BERNON PEACOCK fdifor DELORES TURNER Faculty Advisor The Tropolitan, student newspaper at Troy State, is a monthly publication. 5 JIMMY CHISUM Assisfanf Editor BETTY BOUTWELL Make-Up Editor c 0PB JAC ROTH Sporfs Editor A CAROLYN BYRD Features SARA WISE Features CHARLES UNDERWOOD Circulation Manager JOYE McKEE Typist ROY WATFORD Bookkeeper R E P O R T E R S 9 LANCE GRISSETT Editor We, the Palladium staff of 1957, offer you, the student body and faculty, this book as evidence of your life at Troy State. May you have all the enjoyment from your Palladium that we have had in presenting it for your satisfaction. May we also take this opportunity to say thank you to Holman Johnson of Troy and Bert Davis of Dothan for the profes- sional photography used in this Palladium. The Editors wish to express their sincere gratitude to the student body, administration, advertisers, and all others for their cooperative assistance. To a very wonderful staff, the Editor would like to express his thanks. Lance Grissett, Editor Kitty Yarbrough, Assistant Editor KITTY YARBROUGH Assistant Editor JAC ROTH Sports Editor CARLICE FLOWERS Advertising Manager BILLY SPANN Photographer iX AIDA TATOM Organizations Editor FRANCIS WARD Senior Editor JIMMY DAVIS Junior Editor JOYE McKEE Sophomore Editor JO ANN MARTIN Snapshots Editor DEANNA BOBO BILLY BROWNING Freshman Editors OUIDA BAKER Typist i V- LaNell Grace, Kay Biftner, Sara Wise, Lance Grissett, Kitty Yarbrough, Aubrey Moseley. Joyce Nichols, Pat Norris, Jean Alford, Billy Spann, Joye McKee, Jo Ann Martin, Ouida Baker. ' 57 PALLADIUM STAFF MISS PAULINE TRANUM Financial Advisor DR. FRANK RAINWATER Faculty Advisor i J ' y WILLIAM CLIPSON Head Coach Troy State Red Wave scored early in the first, third, and fourth periods to gain a 21-6 victory over the Livingston Tigers in the TSTC opener, September 22 in Memorial Stadium. Coach Bill Clipson ' s crew went on to a 3-5 season including a 14-13 homecoming victory over Austin-Peay. Fullback Jack Hix»and halfback Tom Boyd scored from the 11 and 10, respectively, to lead the Wave over the Governors for Troy ' s first homecoming victory in two years. Two called-back touchdowns proved too much for the Wave as Delta State trounced them 19-0 in Troy, October 6. Clipson ' s charges also lost to the University of Tampa 33-19 in Tampa, September 29. The South Georgia Tigers visited a muddy Memorial Stadium, Oc- tober 20, and were handed a 13-2 defeat by the locals. Captain Carl Madison set up one touchdown with a 78-yard kick return and com- pleted it with a beautiful pitchout to Manning. Brunson tallied from the 42 stripe for the other. Like Jacksonville State, Florence State celebrated homecoming with a football victory over Troy. Jacksonville 27-14. Florence 27-6. The Red Wave closed out the season in Franklin, Tennes see, Novem- ber 1 0, with a 2 1 -20 loss to Carson-Newman. Troy ' s inspired 14-13 homecoming victory was, perhaps, the best game of the year for the much-improved Wave. JOHN ARCHER Assistant Coach W ' 1 PAUL NIX Assistant Coach Livingston STC 6 Tampa University 33 Delta State 19 Jacksonville STC 27 South Georgia 2 Austin Peay 13 Florence STC 27 Carson-Newman 21 Troy 26 Troy 1 9 Troy Troy 14 Troy 1 3 Troy 14 Troy 6 Troy 20 MARION WILEY RED WAVE FOOTBALL TEAM MARY ELEANOR WILLIAMS J| 1 " ■ a _A _ c H E E R L E A D E R S PATTY WHITE JOHN ARCHER, Coach John Archer, graduate of Arkansas State Teachers College, took over the reins of the 1956-57 basketball team with his work already cut-out for him. Eleven lettermen answered Archer ' s call when practice be- gan with the hope of having one of the best seasons in the history of Troy State. The Red Wave jumped off to a terrific start by winning their first six games. Chip- ola, Howard, and Livingston provided the most opposition during this victory skein. During the Christmas holidays the Wave felt the pain of defeat for the first time when Southeastern Louisiana romped to a 82-65 victory in the first round of the 3rd Annual Kiwanis Club Tournament in Ham- mond, Louisiana. Troy came back the next night to capture the consolation prize with a thrilling 71-67 victory over a strong Sul Ross State team from Texas. Returning from a two-week vacation with a 7-2 record, Troy prompt- ly racked up a victory over Southern Union. Carey College handed the Wave third setback 85-78, but again the home team bounced back with two victories over Birmingham Southern 86-55 and Florida Southern 86-65 to compile an 11-2 record before going on what turned out to be a disastrous week-end in Mississippi. Mississippi College and Carey both turned the Wave back by 6 and 9 points respectively. Troy then knocked off Livingston again and Athens before Birmingham Southern gained revenge with an 84-73 romp over the Wave. Troy ended the month of January by coming from behind to hand a loss to Jacksonville State 87-82 and show a 12-5 record for the first two months of the season. With nine games remaining in February, Archer and his crew can certainly have one of the most successful seasons ever had at Troy if they play the brand of ball they are capable of playing. PAUL E. NIX, Assistant Coach w " » " n i iff ,- |15 iioivi 18 " . Vi " . " }ij ' film I Troy- Troy. Troy- Troy. Troy. SCHEDULE FOR 1956-57 81 Chipola 77 86 Howard 85 112 Valdosta State 44 87 Southern Union 55 83 Livingston State 60 Troy,. Troy- Troy.. Troy.. Troy- Troy. Troy. Troy- Troy. Troy- Troy. Troy. THIRD ANNUAL KIWANIS CLUB TOURNAMENT Hammond, Louisiana 65 South Eastern Louisiana 82 Consolation 71 Sul Ross State 67 85 Southern Union 66 78 Carey College 85 86 Birmingham Southern 55 86 Florida Southern 65 68 Mississippi College 74 64 Carey College 73 85 Livingston State 63 96 Athens College 65 73 Birmingham Southern 84 87 Jacksonville State 82 REMAINING GAMES Feb. 2 Jacksonville State Feb. 4 Valdosta State Feb. 8 Stetson Feb. 9 Florida Southern Feb. 14 North Georgia Feb. 16 Athens College Feb. 18 Howard Feb. 23 Mississippi College Feb. 25 North Georgia STARTING FIVE Jerry Tillman, Kenny Hilyer, Dean Craig, Bob Moore, Bernie Boyd. " 5 • .,or$T lr JERRY TILLMAN A 1 [■[ KENNY HILYER ■■l H I k jl ■ roe%?j [ . sflnt = „ RAY BAGGETT Manager • 1 1 ll , 1 1 I l LL Don Williams, Paul Enzor, Coach Bill Clipson, Pete Holman, Willie Joe AAcGraw, Billy Brantley. Billy Brantley, Pete Holman, Paul Enzor, and Don Williams will probably carry the main load of the Red Wave golf team this spring. All four of these linksters are lettermen and should provide their opponents some very stiff competition. Coach Bill Clipson will again tutor the golf team for what should be a successful season. PAUL ENZOR PETE HOLMAN G L F T E A M WILLIE JOE McGRAW L Jimmy Whitehead, Whitey Whitman, Bobby Williford, Ray Baggett, Jean Wells, Ellen Murphy. T U M B L I N G T E A M Bobby Williford, Whitey Whitman, Jimmy Whitehead, Ray Baggett, Jean Wells, Ellen Murphy. T E N N I S T E A M With only three returning lettermen and eighteen matches scheduled, the Troy State netters are in for a rough time this season. Joseph " Frog " Brabham, Jac Roth, and Jimmy Scott are the returners from last year ' s team which won 9 and lost 4. Unless these boys get some needed help, Coach John Archer may have some trouble in surpassing last season ' s record. JIMMY SCOTT JAC ROTH JOE BRABHAM BASE BALL PAUL E. NIX Coach That thump, thump, thump, that you hear on warm days is the sound a baseball makes when it disappears into a glove. Probably behind these gloves you will find eight veterans of Coach Paul Nix ' s last year ' s nine. These gentlemen are preparing themselves for the coming season and will be endeavoring to reestablish their claim to their respective posi- tions. Coach Nix is now making preparation for the coming season. He hopes to come up with several new players plus improved play by the returning lettermen. It is thought that some returnees will have a hard time recapturing their position after the disappointing 9-9 record dur- ing 1956. Bobby Williford and Ralph " Dusty " Rhodes will be returning for mound duty. These lettermen are being counted on for considerable action this spring. Conrad Henderson, two-year letterman, will don the " tools of igno- rance " in an effort to bolster the catching department. Henderson, al- ways a team leader, might prove to be the man for the job. Three Bill ' s— Phelps, Brooks, and Young— along with Don Brown, should add punch to the attack with their big bats. Brown and Young are outfielders while Brooks and Phelps are slated for infield duty. Troy State opens its season with a double-header against Florida State ' s freshmen on March 26th. On April 1st, immediately after the spring holidays, they will clash with the ever strong Howard club. From the opening game until the end of the season, the Troy lads face a tough schedule. With an excellent schedule and many new faces the Troy State base- ball team is looking forward to an outstanding season. 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